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

 - Class of 1961

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Moores teaching. Because of her insight, she is able to arouse in others the desire to explore and to dis- cover the unknown for them- selves. Many of her afternoons are spent in supervising make- up labs, in guiding students in enrichment work, and in simply counseling. Through her teach- ing, Miss Moore reveals her own deep love and respect for knowledge. To keep herself informed about the newest concepts in biology, Miss Moore often does advanced study in summer school. In 1959 she held a National Science Foundation Scholarship for study at Hunter College. Last summer she studied radiation biology at the Duke Marine Station. A member of the first faculty, Miss Moore has been instrumental in winning prestige for the Biology Department and in establishing the Biology II course. The inspiration which she has brought to her students over the years is immeasurable. In appreciation for her innumerable contributions to Myers Park High School and its student body, we proudly dedicate the 1961 f1fIz1.rfr111g to Miss Wfinnie D. Moore. Interested students watch as Miss Moore disseets premature calf. wffw 4 55579, -ww, 1 ?f 1, gay YQ H31 F 1 I I M. X i 4 if FUREWIJRIJ For Myers Park students, the year 1960-1961 was the beginning of an end. A dream, chaos, and confusion - such was the school in 1951. Many pieces of the puzzle had yet to be fitted into place. Equipment and textbooks were available to help complete it, but the human element was needed. As the first year progressed, the buildings received a "lived-in" appearance, new faces became olcl faces, Myers Park's spirit materialized. Students and faculty were no longer groping in their new environment, the bonds of friendship had been forged. The administration and the community as a whole helped to shape the destiny of Myers Park. EUNTENTS ,y,,N K - .bf 'Z'i11Lm1Jgf f' ' ,V -:Q Q 1 ,iq , 1 , .V 1 , -1 I KS' "fd y ,iv if Cy , guy-il -1l'.E,1 1, f l zfajll ,11 f -.- x fa-nf 1:-nj 1951 f-S gig!! l 10 'ff 0' "Vi tg.. ,yuh X iff Mr.--A p ,1 , f- f X f ': 'Ulu Wiz' if X fy, A-L. Ia ..,-,X '- V -ff Q 'Q 1 lltill r J: V:-.1. M1951 3-N 311279 1379145 ft A i9Mip5'ifiii'g':f:lX lllqll, :I A2 7 f 1 rw 1 4 , . , Q., s I, 1, Q f ' mf 1, X1 ck'-ffm. cf-'byfl 1' .. -"fy-H --,- --nu' W ' xii? , ali. X975 an f fx. -X ' ue' "mf 1 .Q-Ab W.. if K, E.. pw 1,-.A c 1, Q.: , k,,-. .4,..,., V , , .-xi hiuig,-10' .7 ,TLU1 X, 1 if i .M 1' .f 1' ir' 'UQ , -' m mtv fl 1' it "'M"' gn -' Y f f ' ,1 ilQi'f'1J 1551 Sf? 1 'Uv'-iff. C-T-'LT 1 joy-., .... .--"ev, ' 2 i Q 11-114.1 1951 J , S 'gem .xiif ff il-1 Opening Section .... Activities . . . Choral Music ...... Instrumental Music . . . . 'Spark ............ Muylfuzg ....... Limelighters ....... Student Council .... Honor Society . . . Service Clubs ...... Career Clubs ....... Mustang, Monogram Cheerleaders ....... Academics . . . Administration . . . P. T. A. ......... . Faculty, Curriculum . Senior Class ....... junior Class ..... Sophomore Class . . . Athletics .... Boys, Sports ..... Girls' Sports ....... Physical Education . . Student Life .... Honors and Awards iff ..... 3 Clubs Horner Student Awards . . Dances ............... Beauties ..... Photo Essay .... Advertisements . . Sponsors ........ Index ............. Acknowledgments . . . 11155 4 . . . . . . - . . - . ...- Pg7 vve expanded our curriculum ln the formation of Myers Park, we found the cur- riculum to be the integral factor which was vital to the advancement of our school. Expansion of the academic program took place in all fields of study. Emphasis shifted to math and science, but Language Arts still remained as the essential area of learning. With the addition of fourth-year languages, Advanced Placement English, and World Literature, we were afforded the oppor- tunity to widen our horizons. Through social studies - Problems in American Democracy, American history, and world history - we became more aware of our place in society. The wide range of non-academic subjects contributed to our diversified personalities. Distributive Educa- tion offered job experience while we studied. Through our ingenuity and industry we exercised our intellect in our search for knowledge and self- realization. In our daily studies, objectivity and inter- pretation were our aims. W Plane coordinate geometry helps develop analytical minds. Through studying embryology and dissecting embryonic forms. Biology ll students penetrate into the mysteries of life. -aw,1l0MWMW Y in 'ew ar wi' ,fa .,.-.-rm! it wwf 1 f if V f 1 f . f ff , My K M.. f i 00' X Q ' W, ,,. ' , ,gym E5 ga W we watched the growth of our campus Through expansion and increased enrollment, the gradual metamorphosis of Myers Park as an all- senior high took place before our eyes. Campus ad- ditions enabled our school to meet the ever-growing needs in modern education. " " 'x'--+--Y-V'-'s..,. ,mf " wiv- f,vrg, ., ,, Q 6 I R' K QI.,-....-.......-,,,,Mj"Lm f lfviwfylt. .. .4 ,,1- . A' ' -'H V . I"-f-5 xv W 4:,,:'4t , , . 1 V' ref? .. Af f, n.,,,. . 1 W 1 - 4. ' ' ' X fe wg x 1 f Y' ' ' V' ' A ' 'M ' ' av' VH' " c dk 7,,,, ttf ' - ,q MV' " ' ff'-'7,?'w .v . -Q 1 A-' "kf2.,,:"r 6 Page IO Myers Park students at 3:15 head to SC terrace for a pep rally. Built in 1956, the stadium provides for varied athletic program L 1 4... . Q., l Page ll It I E I I t I I Q E E Warn rl cxprm IOIIS appe lr on facts as band plaws the Alma lllater were the little things we knew as IVI. P. Witluout the little things, Myers Parks picture could not have been completed. Varied emotions were felt by all of us during our moments of diversion. Being with friends became our most cherished activity. Hearing the "Star Spangled Banner" echo through crisp, fall nights sent chills down our spines. Strains of our flfnm fllafer made us solemn in our moments of glory. Holiday spirit and exam blues were part of our emo- tions during the year. The Student Lounge and home- room period caught us in some of our capers. Slush- ing through snow, ice, and a sea of mud were part of our daily winter routine. Fellowship which we experienced in club projects benefited us as well as the school. Endless hours of Follies practice Iilled our time. Cold, drab winter months were erased by the arrival of spring. Mothers Day and the beach dominated our thoughts. After our fling, we had the interlude before the Junior-Senior, the Senior Banquet, gradua- tion, and summer vacation. Page I2 Enthusiasm of CAC is not daunted by ll eold, nlisly morning. Snack bar is favorite meeting place for Cokes and visiting fi U G i , 'fe' 5? All No signs of drowsiness are erased by 8:00 a.m. pep rally. morning is too vold to raise Amerie 0 A 1 an and school flags. .yas 4 y k , .A.. -f,,,., fi ' of 96 , f 5 I .Q , Q , an A 1 Page I3 and through these things we were growing with a purpose Throughout our entire period of observation and growth, we were compelled by some force which made us strive harder to achieve our aims. For the betterment of Myers Park and ourselves, purpose was guiding us on to higher goals. Even in the midst of companionship and shared interests, El We had our frivolous moments, our moments of de- spairg but the underlying factor in all our activities was the desire to make Myers Park a more vital part of our community, to make ourselves more useful members in our ever-changing society. student may sometimes find solitude and contemplation. , ,ryf S i ,- U-P Q-- ffalrww A ,AK NM Undh. ,., n V 'Q 511 x if. 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Etffwb r11'g11111z1111r111 111111 ll 111'1jICf1'6'l11 1'r1111111111111111.f: 51111111111 C,'r11111c'11-5111 f-11'1.s'1'1 11711116 .' 111'1'11e.f11'11. 15111111. l-X10111! g1'r111j1,s'. 111111 L1111e11g111e1'5-5e1f- 11.x'f11'1as1111111.'111111 " 'Sf1111'1f" 111111 "1X1I11,s'11111g''-.s1e1f-1'e111111re. T1v1'r111g11 1111 11111' 111111'111e,v, 11'e Zl'6J'6' g1'f1ll'11Ig. 111111 11111 ,W11111111 z1'11.s' p1'11q1'1f.1,s111g. 17 L , 1. A A 011 uffilggggf 1 Q9 6' w p -531 1 1 Page I7 N 1 f w 5-?7...., ,.a..' . , 4- B 1 ' 4 - f i, ,,, .' "1'f. ' iVN '35""'5'."!' Choir members: First row: Swanzey, Bell, Griffin, Harris, Purifoy, Kirkpatrick, Heston, Holden, Alice McNeill, Barfield, M. Myers. Second row: Couric, Glensor, Beck, Willard, Ander- son, Saussy, Davis, Kuester, Devereux. Third row: Robertson, Linker, Littlefield, Minor, Anne McNeill, Dulin, Pearsall, Jackson, Herring, Klutz, Altizer. Fourth row: C. Myers, Keen, Lindenlan, Biggers, Rogers, Durham, Gilmour, Vick, Hoge- wood. Fifth row: Roberson, Hysler, Wallace, Shaw, Mascho, G. Elliott, Mitchiner, Scott, Booth, and D. Elliott. Choir presents Messiah at traditional yule assembly Throughout the halls of L. A. singing was heard as the choir and chorus rehearsed during fourth and fifth period. Students heard the result of this practice at the traditional Christmas assembly when graduates of Myers Park returned to join the choir in presenting a portion of Handel's Alertiizb. Choir and chorus mem- bers also combined with the orchestra to present a concert in December at Myers Park Elementary School. Activities of the choir did not end with school func- tions, for they also presented a program at the S 84 W Cafeteria. Members traveled to the District Contest held in Hickory and later to the State Festival in Greens- boro, North Carolina, where the group received high ratings for their musical accomplishments. Choir of- ficers, President Deno Elliott, Vice President Gayle George, Secretary Carol Holden, Treasurer Bing Vick, and Mr. Cronstedt made plans for these musical per- formances. As a climax to the year's activities, the choir performed at the Baccalaureate and commencement services. Another vocal group, the "Monotones," was formed this year. Outstanding boys from the choir composed this group which practiced after school to perfect its repertoire. One of their first performances was at the Honor Society Tapping in October. This popular group added to the acclaim of Myers Park's music department. Page I8 Choir officers are: First row: Vice President Gayle George, Librarian Gayle Heston. Second row: Secretary Carol Holden, Treasurer Bing Vick. Third row: Director Mr. Cronstedt, and President Deno Elliott. like? W s , " l' il - y i t 'fr it K 'V 3 , , . ,Q . , it mf '31 I "Monotones" perform with orchestra for students and faeulty at National Honor Soeiety tapping in October. 1 x , w 1 l N w l ,ml 1 'I r w 1. 1. 1 I r Chorus members bleml voices in rehearsing for appearances. 'Q Mike l,!'C'SSlll1lll, Jimmy Barrett. Ned Lipscomb, anal D1-no Ellio t. ' Chorus, choir loin orchestra in December concert t During a night rehearsal Mr. Cronsterlt directs choir, chorus in perfecting their presentation of musical numbers. f H5 .A '27!5f'i273 'Tl' fx L, D A 1 ,1w"1g41Z,,Z!, . ' . H Q I V 5 if S X A' nah J 'a 'QI 'X 'Q A 1 r P I e u ' I . "" " ' ,Q ' - ' 'N 'M -W Je Graduates of Myers Park return to join choir and chorus in presenting portions of NIPSSilIll at annual Christmas assembly. i , ,t,,.tgjg,, - Q -. fe 41:3 , few-M-Q - 0. ,X we V, wifixw , , 71 'S ? l rr? Orchestra plays at sixth annual Christmas Assembly Practicing during fifth period each day, the orchestra worked to attain perfection of tone. In the weeks before concerts, rehearsals often extended into night sessions. President Caroline Pilcher, Vice President Mac Smith, Secretary-Treasurer Alice McNeill, and Director Mr. Mims planned programs and made all arrangements for the orchestrais performances. Wforking together, the orchestra, choir, and chorus pre- sented an impressive performance of Handel's rlrlwpmzli and other seasonal music at the traditional Christmas assembly. Mr. Mims initiated a new tradition this year by inviting graduate students of Myers Park to return to perform with the orchestra for this annual assembly program. In October and again in the spring, the orchestra pro- vided music for the National Honor Society tapping assemblies. During December the group appeared in concert at Myers Park Elementary School. Members named to the All-State Orchestra performed at East Carolina College in February and at the Music Educators Association meeting in Asheville in April. Orchestra officers: Secretary-Treasurer Alice McNeill, Vice President Mac Smith, President Caroline Pilcher, and Director Mr. Mims. ' . 1 ' 1 ' , I ,-af - Ss' famfff . if ' 4 , . my Q 4 E K E X . 4, J Q - x ' : fe, , we Qi f ,.a. Page 20 Wig . 3 Before concerts, practice sessions extend into night rehearsals. Dot Poole, ,Io Ann Elliot, and Cheryl Liner. Mr. Mims directs orchestra during a dress rehearsal at Myers Park Elementary School in preparation for the concert. Members perfect techniques, prepare for concerts Myers Park Orchestra: First Violins: Pilcher, Husband, Cale, Staton, Otts, Fisher. Second Violins: Lanning, Mellorkle, Woods, Strawn. Violas: Thomas, Lobflell, Elliot, Poole. Cellos. Alice McNeill Ru recht Blvthe Anne McNeill. Basses PI' 9 . Q 3 Brietz, Rogers: Flutes: Beasley, Johnston, Talley. Oboes: M. Violin section performs at assembly for Honor Society tapping Jimmy Cale, Jimmy Staton, and Mary Fisher. Smith, Barden, Eaker. Clarinets: Siskron, Caldwell, Huffaker. Bass Clarinet: Mai-Aleer. Bassoons: Ridenhour, Lineberger. Trumpets: Booth, Shaekelforfl, Barnett, Vick, Helms. Tuba: Chadwick. Percussion: Bolen, Flowe, Marion, S. Smith, and Yarbrough. Members of the brass section are trumpet and eornet players, Bing Vick, Julian Barnett, Bill Shaekelford, and Harry Booth. Page 21 Band marches in parade celebrating Veteran's Day ff.. Band members: First row: Bell, Andrews, Coffey, Shaekelford, Garrison, B. Holder, Davies, Gantt, Kuester. Second row: Di- rector Mr. Mims, Stowe, Lobdell, Benoit, Owen, Bost, Pileher, Chase, L. Holder, Sherrill, McNeal. Third row: Reed, Helms, Dente, Kelley, Furr, Avent, Milford, Counts, Wilsoll, Speir, Munford, Logue. Fourth row: McEwen, Striekhouser, Siskron, Orr, Spurlin, Bolen, MacAleer, Melvin, Hopkins, Berry, New- Divided into two sections this year, the marching band and the concert band directed by Mr. Mims were on hand to add music to many school activities. Executing intricate formations and presenting colorful half-time entertainment, the entire band performed at each Myers Park football game. Half-time shows this year included themes such as "A Salute to Hawaii" and "The Roaring Twentiesf' Assisting with these performances were the Lettergirls led by Caroline Pilcher, the Majorettes headed by Tinka Lee, and Flagbearers Mariana Kuester and Marya Bell. Drum Majors, Bob Holder and Bill Shackelford, led the marching band through their paces on the field. Millie Mustangs, Frances Sullivan and Fay Walters, appeared at every game dressed in bright green kilts and created extra pep and enthusiasm among the spectators. Three members of the concert band, Bill Bolen, Mac Smith, and Ken Avent, participated in the All-State Orchestra. In February the concert band performed for the public at Myers 'Park Elementary School. High-stepping drum majors, Bob Holder and Bill Shackelford, lead band in intricate half-time formations. Page 22 lin, Shull. Fifth row: Mac Smith, Greene, Crawford, Weldon, Allen, Caudle, Daggett, Flowe, S. Smith, Yarbrough, Marion, Cromartie. Sixth row: Booth, Beasley, Stinson, Talley, Beattie, Barnett, Bowers, D. Smith, Crump, Lineberger, Holmes, Vick. Seventh row: Chadwick, Williams, Eaker, Caldwell, Abrams, Mimi Smith, Huffaker, James, Hemphill, Hancock, and Glasgow. .f""-N, if ii .1 0, .vii '?"Q f Tv ' p,s,Qei E i 9.3 'gi . ff." .nfl If r ' i ., , I hi v M li . lr' I 'Nu' f 'i D , ri A 'I , V as ,' y ' Q vw we. . ' X ak, , I ' T' ff . , ' i ' if ea i ii ff. 4 M sw ,.. dim A A K' A 'A f in i xi W QM 7, i r .D .Y ww-.W ., ' X . L Q f ,gp K , if ffm 'lr i 'S' , " ,S A , ,. H D, 5, N, I 0' ,V NX, 5 i W... ra .1 ' .i , -7 ,. 's"t '. - ' ' f' N, ssl," t 'gtk Y 'rin 'rw B' fs""-- '7"'A' .Marv-.v M, ,.. U--.f-.vw mv . 1-, A ,155 S' 'Q fs , N . 4-.'.tg,,i we r'-.QP 'M Maiorettes strut and twirl to lively music ot band Millie Mustangs are a vital part of the school pep groups. Fay Walters and Frances Sullivan, the 1960-1961 "Millies" appear at sports functions to add their own special touch of enthu- siasm to the cheering section. Performing not only on the field but also in the stands, the band adds to the spirit of spectators. Mr. Minis directs mem- bers in marking another Myers Park touchdown by playing the victory song, "Give a Cheer for Myers Park High School." l Majorettes, led by Tinka Lee, add color and spirit to band Lee, Bobbie Jean Gantt. Standing: ,lane Ann Coffey, Carol Ann formations. Kneeling: Mickie Andrews, Head Majorette Tinka Garrison, Todd Davies. W, ,, X ,t ' fiff N-HUA 2 'N ,.,..w -f V r 'zfff ,, ,wt . if I was ff, 1 ,f f' ,Vi f W WsZ'if'A'iZ' 1 dv ' ffjf , '- 'Y?TI2?'5't2ff"' - ' K' V 5" ' 'W '-Zi. : J . 'iff . ' Q MEWHEigQiggQff' . ' 1 to ,f 1 ,N wr' :FM f V A f ' 1 8 if' Page 23 'Spark voices student opinions, records activities With deadlines forever looming ahead, the 'Spark staff worked feverishly to put out each bi-weekly issue. Re- porters labored over news stories and editorials. Last- minute changes were made to get the "scoop" on the latest news events. Subscriptions were sold this year through a newspaper fee which entitled each student to receive copies of the paper. Keeping the students informed of all the campus news was not the only objective of the 'Spark It also gave recognition to outstanding students and provided a means for individuals to voice their opinions. Special editions were printed at Christmas and in May when graduating seniors were honored with special features, including the History of the Class of 1961. Staff members did not confine their talents to journal- istic efforts, however. The 'Spark supported a school project to contribute Christmas cards which they sent to local nursing homes. Sponsoring a contest to elect Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae for the Sadie Hawkins Dance capped the spring activities. Staff reporters usually spend 6th period working on copy but after each bi-weekly issue appears, everyone takes time to read the 'Spark and to experience the excitement of seeing their own ideas in print. Clockwise: Nan Perry, Dottie Adams, .NSW News Editor Milton Van Hoy and Feature Editor Malinda Lob- dell check news copy for the next edition of the 'Spark. Sara Sams, Richy Burg, Bette Katzenmoyer, Jim Hemphill, Herb Morrison, Suzanne Bost, Mary Quern, and Linda Worcester. Page 24 ,a-1'-QM gk r s Bi-weekly editions inform students of current events ,wg 1? , If Even on a busy newspaper schedule there is time to share a joke. Laurin Horney, Gerry Hancock, and Advisor Mr. Sizer. Top: Assistants Caroline Martin and Susan Barnette. Seated: Business Manager Peggy McNeal. Bottom: Business staff mem- bers: Seated: Joyce Taylor, Judy Wesley, Virginia Conrad. Standing: Hecky Stellings, Carol Green, and Johnny Phillips. 1 'I ww fmgqggf 1 ,ix 4 fe ' 5 2-tg ' ! ' Q X- At Anderson Press Co-Editors Mary Stella Leak and Trey Snepp examine a galley sheet for the next edition. W'orking with layouts from past issues of the paper. business staff members Nan Perry and Buddy Davis plan new layout designs for displaying appealing ads. 'S Page 25 Vw Business Manager Jo Ann Elliot, Advisor Miss Freeman, Treas- urer Anne lxendriek, Editor Susan Stephenson, and Advisor Mr. Browne. Sports staff: First row: Dianna Cook, Naney Grubb, Sports Editor Ed Adams. Second row: Robert Wfhitton, Zan Copeland, and Phil Small. Classes Editor Jo Patterson cheeks identifieations with stall' members, Sally Pennigar., Gail Crowell, and Ann Iroftin. f Page 26 V--as --V i960 Mustang receives Producing an award-winning annual was the aim of the 1961 Mzunzzzg staff as they began work in September. Editor Susan Stephenson with advisors, Mr. Browne and Miss Freeman, held numerous conferences with the major staff members to make plans and decisions. Wfith originality as the keynote, staff members decided on numerous innovations. Choosing a letterpress book instead of offset was a major decision. An aid for the photographers was the well-organized system devised for planning, scheduling and taking pictures. Section editors worked with new type for copy and captions, and planned layouts with set margins. School activities were covered in two sections, Organizations and Clubs. Another addition was the Student Life section that in- cluded Honors and Awards. By placing a booth at the P. T. A. barbecue, Business Manager jo Ann Elliot was able to sell sponsorships and ads. For the tenth anni- versary edition of the Mzzrmzzg, the staff chose the theme "A Decade of Progress." Section editors: Clubs Editor Diane Crockett, Features Editor Mary Van W'agner, and Organizations Editor Pat Cox. E' 3 , 4 o 4 ,at v5,,K top ratings, wins All-American award from N.S.P.A. -Sfz ,mo 8 Business staff, Nancy Best, Nancy Collier, and Nancy Ilender- son, watch Miss Freeman demonstrate new adding machine. During a discussion meeting Editor Susan Stephenson points out the qualities of good layout design to minor staff members Photographers work in the darkroom developing prints. Head photographer Barney Young, W'alter Graham, and Morris McEwen. - S41 V A Q ,.,..--1 ...,-f"w"- Typing captions and copy staff typists Marsha Love and Carolyn Spoon. for all section editors is the job of Nancy Schwartz, Candace Wfclstcd, Kay Beatty, Sally Aber- ncthy, Jennie Moore, and Judy Love. Q-bww www g,,? ' ' - f? Page 27 '5lVleet Me in St. Louis, Louie . . ." sing east: Rosann Alex- Chadwick., Ann Ward, Ned Lipcomb, Corinne Young, and ander, Jimmy Gale, Dee W'inton, Peggy Anderson, Robert Ken Wilsoli. Stern, Peggy Haddon. Walter Charnley, Mary Quern, Howard XX ll Limelighters stage musical Meet Me in St. Louis "lt's really for the best, Anna," explains Waller Peggy Haddon ill Art I of "Meet Me in Sl. Louis." l . Cllarnley to "Meet Me in St. Louis," a musical comedy about family life in the "good old days" was the chief production of the Limelighters. Energetic club members worked es- pecially hard to stage this play which was the second musical comedy to be presented by the dramatics club. In October after the club members had selected the play, open try-outs were held to cast the various roles. President Joey Sherrill, Vice President Happie Peralta, Secretary Sis Smith, and Treasurer Peaches Payne were in charge of auditions. Rehearsals directed by Advisor Miss Mclnnes and joey Sherrill lasted long into the night as the cast worked on blocking and cues. For the first two weeks the cast practiced in the drama room, Stage 11, but props and scenery had to be moved to the cafeteria for dress rehearsals. Choreography was planned by Sis Smith and jan Dulin, pianist, provided music for the chorus. Yorky Johnston and Harriet Bigham were the costume directors. A special committee was appointed to provide authentic furniture and paint backdrops for the various scenes. Programs were printed with a special "Wl1o's Who', section about the actors. Opening night found a slightly nervous cast but a de- lighted audience as the curtain fell on "Meet Me in St. Louis." This musical should be the forerunner of similar productions. In December a Christmas party was given to initiate new members into the Limelighters. In order to become a member, pledges had to earn a total of 21 points by selling tickets, working on publicity, scenery, or make- up, or by participating in the play. Pledges entertained members by acting out skits, dancing, singing, or telling stories. After the initiation the old and new members enjoyed refreshments, music, and dancing. Meeting on the first and third Thursdays in each month, members of the drama club discussed the problems of stage production and publicity. After the successful staging of "Meet Me in St. Louis," the group made plans for the spring productions. The first play to be staged was "The Bad Children," which was entered in competition against other North Carolina high school drama groups at the Palmetto Drama Festival in March at Winthrop College. "The Hour Glass" was chosen for the Carolina Playmakers Festival held in Chapel Hill in April. "Never Stop Running," an original play written for the club by Walter Charnley was another one-act produced later in the year. At the annual club banquet in May, outstanding mem- bers received awards for their contributions to the club or for their accomplishments on stage. N7 Ir? ' . Jr? T' gf YZ! Limeligliter officers: Seated: Treasurer Peat-lies Payne. Advisor Miss Melnnes. Standing: Secretary Sis Smith, President Joey Sherrill, and Vice President Ilappie Peralta. Members learn make-up methods, design scenery Excited cast members exclaim over fireworks from Worlds' Fair in a scene from "Meet Me in St. Louis." Q.,-61 Us C l ' w V v "1 Make-up plays an important part in any stage produt-tion. Joyee Lambert transforms Jimmy Gale into "Granpzx." Page 29 l r l 1 i rl 7l 4 1 5 ,l F Student Council Advisors lVliss Gunter and Dr. Horner discuss activities with President Zan Copeland, Vice President Billy Trotter, Secretary Billy Clark, and Treasurer Waltonl Rogers. I Jllfff Publicity Chairman Shirley Spratt, and committee member Barbara Dowd put up posters for school events. Student Council sponsors numerous helpful projects A. F. S. Committee Chairman John Thomas and Frieda Nord- man talk with exchange student Marta Ortiz at A. F. S. tea. Page 30 Guiding Myers Park through another successful year, the Student Council made important decisions which affected all phases of school life. Aided by President Zan Copeland, Vice President Billy Trotter, Secretary Billy Clark, and Treasurer Walton Rogers, members made suggestions which the ten committees carried out. Each student was able to serve on one committee. Sophomore orientation and a party for new juniors and seniors were the main projects of the newly formed Welcoming Committee. Citizenship Committee mem- bers distributed cards printed with the code of ethics and placed receptacles around the Senior Tree and other smoking areas. In addition to welcoming the exchange students, the A. F. S. Committee sponsored three in- formative assembly programs concerning foreign life. Not limiting themselves to legislation, the Student Council sponsored several projects during the year. The Craig Hunt Memorial Fund was the most outstanding of these projects. At Thanksgiving the Council sent canned goods to local orphanages. Christmas projects included a collection for the maintenance staff and Christmas cards which were sent to each faculty member. Additional legislative action included an amendment to the constitution to establish higher qualifications for the requirements of homeroom representatives. The amend- ment will go into effect next year. Selling mums at Homecoming is project of School Spirit Committee Alice Patterson, Ronny Witrow, and Sandy Nicum. Chairmen: First row: Clubs, Buddy Dulioscg Dancc., Thad Adamsg Athletic, Larry Graham. Second row: Wfelcoming, Malinda Lobdellg Handbook, ,Io Pattersong Citizenship, Arnall Broachg Handbook, Judy Adamsg School Spirit, Eleanor 1 Q iii... Decorating for Homecoming are Dance Committee members Louis Anders. Ronald Miller, lxay Latimer. and Pam Barnett. Stoweg Clubs, Darlene Hassler. Third row: A. F. S., John Thomas: Dance.. Linda Urrg Assemblies, Paul Barefootg Pub- licity, Shirley Spratt: Public Relations. Mariana Kuestcrg Devotional, john Wllite. V17 A , re f' C, , 3w'J.-f P jiw., 5 it . L41?'ff was A -W .. , iii at .-f , H533 ..g.,J?'f Page Ji High standards attributed to National Honor Society Air?-4' Arnall Brom-li congratulates Carolyn Spoon at the fall Honor Soc-iety induction assembly. I .7W.,4y H , A I. Myers Park's chapter of the National Honor Society retained its position as the most selective and honorary organization. Qualities which serve as a basis for mem- bership are character, scholarship, leadership, and serv- ice. The group began another rewarding year by induct- ing twenty-one new members who ranked in the second live per cent of the senior class. Following the cere- mony, the excited inductees and the advisors, Mr. Hunt, Mrs. Long, Mrs. johnson, and Mrs. Good, were honored at a luncheon in the Student Lounge. On College Day in November the members served as guides to assist representatives from fifty-five colleges that were participating in the annual senior College Day. At the December meeting Miss Gordon, Bible teacher, gave a talk on preparation for Christmas, which was enjoyed by the members. Late in April the third five per cent of the senior class and the first five per cent of the junior class were tapped in the last induction ceremony of the year. Closing the year, the Honor Society contributed to the coveted Thomas F. Braaten Inter-Club Scholarship, which was awarded at com- mencement exercises. il National Honor Soeiety: First row: S. Abernethy, Alexander, Pres. Sargent, Vive Pres. Iglllllll'1'I'lll, See. Broaell, Treas. Crowell, Grubb, Sne-pp. Second row: A. Abernethy, Crockett. Lobdell, Marple, Spralt, Benoit, Pharr, Moore, Leak, Raff, Page 32 Spoon. Third row: Stephenson, Ross, Adams, Patterson, Vvhite, A. Elrod, Branon, Oetzman, Collier, Orr. Fourth row: Me- Kinnon, Shackelford, Wood, DuBose, Place, Stafford, Duvall. Robinson, Sidbury, C. Elrod, Counts, and Pfohl. Junior Red Cross strives to serve others overseas As part of the American Red Cross, Myers Park's junior Red Cross was very active this year in participating in national and community programs. To start the year, the club held its annual enrollment drive to secure volunteers as well as finances for national and local services, relief, and childrens funds. During the year members formed the Eighteen-Year Old Club by enlisting all seniors who wished to donate their blood. These students received recognition for their generous gift at the close of the year. Early in December the council began lilling a chest with various school supplies, personal supplies, and sporting goods, which was sent overseas to promote international good will. On Valentines Day members entertained the children at Charlotte Rehabilitation Hospital with stories and refreshments. As a finale of the year, the Red Cross with the aid of Marta Ortiz, exchange student from Argentina, made a correspondence album lilled with pictures and explanations of American customs, which was sent to Argentina. I eswgj 1 1,14 e r r I l alll l YQ l Q? 5 i X r 9 l as i Demonstrating their singing ability at the initiation banquet are Charles Elrod, John Alexander, Howard Duvall, Wliyne Place, and Alex McKinnon. On College Day the Honor Society members serve as guides to assist the college representatives. David Pfohl and Mr. M. M. Richards, representing Catawba College. i Eff' Correspondence album aids international eommunieation. President Ann Abernethy, Vice President Susan Stephenson. and Secretary Sally Abernethy. Page 33 i l 5 l 3 4 3 l l y, .?. -' Q53 lla! llll Pen Pushers strive for perfection in shorthand. First row: Cathy Stanley, Pat Hout, Beth Hitchcock. Second row: Patsy Marwitz, June Scott, and Donna Segrest. rs Marsha Love, President of the Pen Pushers' Club, demonstrates her typing ability to Treasurer Susan Archer, Vice President Meta Kessaris, and Secretary Anne Long. Future secretaries, engineers prepare for careers Students interested in business or engineering careers formed two very active groups on campus - the Pen Pushers' and the Engineers' Clubs. The Pen Pushers, assisted by Miss Harrison, evaluated business courses offered in high school by surveying local firms. Members enjoyed qualified speakers from the business world. Engineers' officers study enlargements of crystals. Treasurer Harry lVIeArver, Vice President Barney Young, Secretary Joe Caldwell, and President Eddie Clayton. , ,.,,, , .,. . . 4 M., ., , , ,7gW,e7,s.,,.. .WV yfjf .Ziff XWWZX KY! i f Q 3, 4, ,, , j , , N, 76.1 , , j ,Z,,ffQ5,,tys4 fjdf f f Z' W f jay, 5 ,ffwf ff Man ,ffrf ff W 45, f fr 2 fm ' , ew -. jf ,, - f . fr 4, U 4 1 ,gf y 4-mime pig ' s Z5 ,sf fw e 1: , -if .. . r. ,fs Mb ,,,-ve? Page 34 The Engineers' Club, with the aid of Mr. Greene, learned about the variety of jobs in engineering. The club also sponsored the annual Science Fair where in- terested students exhibited projects. Local winners par- ticipated in the District and State Fairs. Fulfilling its objective, the club helped members prepare for future careers. Future engineers examine an electricity experiment. Jimmy Coggins, Bernie Farmer, Charles Favor, Ronald Miller, and Bobby Cato. Experience helps F. T. A., speakers interest F.H.A. iff .. at ' ' Q, f ic ., 2553911 Grading papers for teachers gives valuable experience to F. T. A. members. Nancy Barnes, Advisor Miss Coleman, Peggy Stokes, Judy Burrier, and Nancy Dawson. Girls interested in future roles as teachers or home- makers found many opportunities for learning about these fields through membership in the Future Teachers and Future Homemakers of America Clubs. Future Teachers of America Club, advised by Miss Hatchette and Miss Coleman, initiated a busy year by presenting teachers with corsages in celebration of Na- tional Education Week. A high point in the club's F. T. A. officers - Treasurer Sally Davis, Secretary Patti Tarr. and President Jeanne Downs-present Miss Hatehette. advisor. with a corsage on Teacher Appreciation Day. Future Homemakers of America Club, advised by Mrs. Lyerly, had guest speakers at several meetings. In No- vember they learned about the latest hair styles from Miss Roberts of La Marick Hair Studio, and in Decem- ber Mrs. Nelson of the Mecklenburg County Home Demonstration Club demonstrated the making of Christmas decorations. Monthly programs interested the future homemakers and taught them many essential aCt1v1t1e5 was the State Future Tegqherg Qtjnventign at household secrets which they will need in managing a 5 Woman's College in Greensboro. family and running a home. i F. H. A. members: First row: Treasurer Martha Branon, Secre- tary Deanne Johnson, Vice President Permelia Harkev, Presi- M1-Clellan. ,lo Ann Oelzman, Pat Cox, Marsha Love, liinrla , Flint. and Virginia Turner dent Elaine Fodel. Second row: Margaret Strickhouser, Sandra ' nf Page 35 J.- 1 it -1 401, E5 serum "55"0f9 iavtssaoal W Missa, .I """'-. Girl Ambassador Club: First row: Lobdell, Blythe, President Adams, Vice President Herring, Secretary Hassler, Treasurer Benoit, Patterson, Stowe, Lee. Second row: Ortiz, Elliot, Broach. Gaskell, Stephenson, Law, White, 0'Rourke. Third , . 2 f f 4 M5 1 11 W .JSC-Q3 T VWSADJ J A235540 l mm SSA f ilk S f A A xx 1 3' - am row: Williams, Bost, Grubb, Gebhardt, Spratt, Crowell, Martin, Kuester, and Moseley. Standing: Advisors Miss Sifford and Miss Carmichael. Service to school and community upheld by GAC fe for f Top: Energetic GAC members make tassels. Jan Gaskell, Sally 0'Rourke, Shirley Spratt, Katy Law, and Arnall Broach. Bottom: Ambassadors serve at the teachers' banquet. Blanche Willard. Katy Law, Sarah Herring, and Judy Adams. Page 36 Noted for their service to others, the Girl Ambassadors Club and the Key Club retained their positions as the leading campus organizations. To commence activities, the GAC held a tea for the new girls to enable them to become better acquainted with Myers Park. Again this year members made and sold tassels for the football games. For the big Garinger game the club decorated the Student Center building. They also helped serve at the annual P. T. A. barbecue. Honoring the teachers, Ambassadors held a buffet din- ner where the members provided lively entertainment. Christmas brought much activity as members trimmed the tree outside the library, gave a party for children at Good Samaritan Hospital, and, after caroling, had a spend-the-night party where they exchanged Pollyanna gifts. Once again the Girl Ambassadors raised the pres- tige of Myers Park through service. Myers Park's Key Club worked diligently this year to fulfill its responsibility as a major service club. The members began their varied activities by giving devo- tions over the intercom in September and reserving seats for season-ticket holders at every football game. For the students' convenience, members, with Key Clubs of other schools in Mecklenburg County, compiled the Key Club directory, which contained the addresses and telephone numbers of the students and teachers. During the Christmas holidays, the club kept the spirit of the Yuletide in mind by gathering food, clothing, and toys for a deserving family. John Thomas and Rob Wfhitton sell Mr. Shelton of Providence Men's Store an ad for the Key Club directory. Key Club works towa rd improvement oi school As their final project of the year, the club members entered their Key Club scrapbook, a record of the activi- ties throughout the year, in the district contest. When the year ended, the Key Club had fulfilled its many responsibilities. Key Club: First row: Duvall, Treasurer Barefoot, Thomas, Bryant, Rogers, Vice President White, Sprock, President Pfohl. Secoml row: Marshall, DuBose, Snepp, Sargent, Secretary V 1 . .Mg 2' 'Y' 4-at if gl. af' 'Jeri - . 1 is 1 ff?-Serta-T2 I Xe, ' fri-'Ci ll' kr Q in NK ,JI John W'hite and Ed Cenois are proud after months of work on the Key Club directories, which really pile up. Clark, Curry, Allison, Cenois. Third row: Rogers, Copeland, McGowan, Ridenhour, Whitton, Stone, Adams, and Wallace. . ggi V , .H , 3 . , 5 .1 . If 1 Y---as ,, , A ' l ' . v - -:ff ---- ggi-Auf ,He T-, - 2 lt iii . 4 , 9 i 'WW'TZ".? 1 at 'Abt .,i I r wt iii :lm in.-ng...-.... , , P i . 0 . . .. ., s Fu " li-QE? I 2.2 .1 ii J,.fi.i. ...Q E835 .,,..,.......i--1 A-.iq 1 -l' Senior Y-teens: First row: Diane Crockett, Becky Otis. Presi- Pat Cox, Brenda Armstrong, Virginia Turner, Pam Guthrie, dent Ann White. ,lc-zumie Pharr, Wim- President Edith Buiee, and Linda Shields. Hannah Bradford. Sally Abernethy. Second row: Fay Walters, Senior Y-teens give party for nursery at Christmas Sponsored by the YWCA, the three Y-teen groups at Myers Park accomplished many constructive activities. Beginning their first year at Myers Park, the sophomore girls looked to the tenth grade Y-teens as a source of fellowship and service. Dressing dolls for the Salvation Army with the aid of Mrs. Smith was a main activity. Making Myers Park pillows as a project, the Junior Y-teen girls began their second year of fun and service. Assisted by Mrs. Lancaster, they donated time and work in helping a deserving family. In their last year at Myers Park, the senior girls with their advisor, Mrs. Hudgins, gave a Christmas party for the Charlotte Day Nursery. Proud of their three years of service, the Senior Y-teens completed their most suc- cessful year. Q25 Sophmnorv Y-tc-en officers: Todd. Morrison, Spratt, Strawn, Grosboll. lxlu-sta-r, Pc-nnigar, and Dowd. Junior Y-In-rns: First row: Smith. NIQHCIIZIIII. Secretary Shot- lVlcDouglc-, Hassler, Vice President Stokes, President Barnette, su-ll. 'l'rs-usurcr llvmphill. Hudgins. Second row: Johnstone. and Seawell. '-1-'nr 1' - l A.- ,.,. i -A L "-' 'ru ' ,,,. - .. --Q-..?i'. . ' - . '25 -...... "" A -A.-.liter Basketball for the Senior Hi-Y provides recreation and fel- lowship. Jim W'allace, Russell Jones, and Doug Caldwell. Senior Hi-Y officers: Secretary Ed Gcnois, Treasurer Ed Adams, President Tommy Marshall, and Vice President ,lim Wiallace. Senior Hi-Y contributes floodlights to Myers Park 1 Two very active clubs represented the YMCA this year. Also helping and serving the school were the junior f Twenty-live energetic members of the Senior Hi-Y, Hi-Y members, assisted by Mr. jones. In December they 7 advised by Mr. Browne, opened the year by sponsoring added a touch of beauty to the school during the pre- l a fall "hop" in October. To beautify the school, they holiday season by putting a Christmas tree in the Stu- installed floodlights on SC and LA, and to boost school dent Lounge. These sixteen boys selected as their main spirit, they sponsored a bus to the Salisbury football service project for the year the repairing of the LA game. parking lot. Junior Hi-Y's "repair" LA teachers' parking lot. First row: row: Vice President Sprock, Kelley. Clark., Richardson, Willis, Whittoll, Adams, President Allison, Thurman, W'ood. Second Third row: Short, and Slaughter. 1 l 4' 8. 'sr ge N Q was mg l me l 'mf 5 I an Q I ii 1 wd5'1f hr . .1 W1-. TIN ister Dm IUWOES asouev M nicmz fs Wal 1 at . 52 . I 1 . . ' X , if J .s ro'cct ac uaint latin Club officer' wi h ancient Roman P J s ' q ' f s t civilization. Vice President Monty Ridenhour, President Malimla Lobdell, and Treasurer Raleigh Shoemaker. Language clubs helped students taking foreign lan- guages to enrich their study from the classroom. The Latin Club, counseled by Mrs. Wright, enjoyed a talk by john Thomas, exchange student to Italy. During April members participated in Latin week when the club auc- tioned new members as slaves, presented skits, and climaxed activities with a Roman banquet. To begin the year, the Spanish Club, assisted by Miss Akers and Miss Foster, learned about Argentina from Marta Ortiz, exchange student. During the year, the club enjoyed Spanish bingo at one of their meetings. A Mexican pinata party in December highlighted festivi- ties, Mrs. Cox and Miss Dixon, advisors of the French II and French I Clubs, co-ordinated many of their plans for the year. In the fall Dr. Macy gave a talk on French customs, which interested the two clubs. During the year, a French movie was sponsored by the French II Club for all interested students. To close the year, three French plays were presented by French students under the direction of Mrs. Cox. Language clubs supplement learning from classes A Spanish custom, breaking the pinata, is enjoyed by Spanish Club Treasurer Happie Peralta, President Betty Moore Chase, Secretary Denise DuBose, and Vice President Susan Naumoff. I Page 40 French ll President Ed Adams co-ordinates plans with French I President Jan Gaskell, French II Vice President Lois Raff, and French I Vice President Gay Wfilliams. .17--5 ,vqvy Q Caiety of the D. E. Christmas danee is enjoyed by Ken Boze- man, Pat Hemby, Sally Newman, ,lim Elting, and Sherrill Watkins. Distributive Education provided an opportunity for stu- dents to obtain work experience while completing their education. Participating in the District, State, and Na- tional Conventions, outstanding members won several awards. To highlight the year's activities, the annual Bosses' Banquet was held. D. E. students work at forty different business Hrms in Char- lotte. First row: Salen, Cook, Radford, Newton, President Pear- son, Vice President Bozeman, Secretary Ward, Treasurer Boyles, Simpson, Massey. Second row: Holder, White, Swaim, Judy Pearson shows mail earrier, Trez Boulware. a prosper- tive advertising layout for the Clmrlntte Observer. Now in its fourth year, the D. E. Cluh has hecome one of Myers Parks most outstanding groups. Boulware, Ayers, jones. Reinstein, Newell., Newman. Third row: Smith, Mill. Neal, Spratt, Lawing, Walker, Watkins, Beach, Greene. Fourth row: Huddleston. Brown. Applegate.. Simpson.. and Josey. 36 ,af at .. ,.A ...',. . D. E. profits through classes and work experience Page 41 Q P .MJ ,W , l , W -- -f..-.-w---+f- r eo'rt 2 f W i -5 z. 5 A ' -In 0 4 fag 1 i 7-C... P Spirit encouraged by Monogram, Mustang Clubs Q f sf WU' . , C jf if ' s, .,,, .. . ,E V , Monogram Club members work hard to issue campus licenses. ,lim Grey, Bruce McClure, John Alexander, and Tom Hartley. Top: Monogranl Club offieers: President Favor, Treasurer Duvall, Vive President Ridenhour, and Secretary Husband. Bottom: Mustang Club officers: Vive President Paul Bare- foot, Treasurer Gaye Harris, and Secretary Cay Willianls. If 5 V ,J X' 9 ij 4 ..Q.fj QL raw ,I If V P' 'P . Page 42 Supporters of school spirit, the Monogram and Mustang Clubs maintained their reputation as two of Myers Park's most active groups. Again this year, the trafhc control program by the Monogram Club assured safe driving on campus. Dis- tribution of booster cards by the members lifted school spirit for the football games. In these activities, Coach Allen, their advisor, helped the lettermen learn the im- portance of good sportsmanship. Working with the Mustang Club, Mr. Kiser helped the members carry out many projects to promote Mus- tang spirit. Thrills and skills were exhibited at the stu- dent-faculty basketball game, sponsored by the club to obtain glass backboards for the gym. Signs and banners were made and put up in the cafeteria to arouse spirit. These school-spirited clubs worked hard to produce true Mustang spirit, not only at athletic events, but also at school and community activities. Mustang Club President Carole Lane and Tommy Marshall pu! up banner for a basketball game. "Z V M-AM ,, , Ms QQ, gf aa WW P V . , , if I .,l' X' I , 1. gg ami ft- fa -4, ,Q M ,4- gp. -7- 1 f I g 54? Q a 44, , i 3 . 'WWW ffm, 9 , .. .. . fri v lm 'T' A 3 it fi 51 Y' we 2 1 tiff Q gf- wiv, Q, ,N ,,,,. .Um . -- VV--5i,.,,e-DV .A 'X wtf. Mfrs' ., ,ef ,. 1 1-4 if sf if if QQ fi A 9-.. My Head cheerleader Cynthia Blythe and varsity cheerleaders Gaye Orr, Nancy Rouzer, and June Hopkins practice cheers that Harris, Barbara Martin, Judy Adams, Blanche Willard, Linda bring pep, spirit, and enthusiasm to sports events. Honor and I-espcynsibility were bestowed upon nine en- J. V. cheerleaders: First row: Charlotte Blackwell, Head Cheer- , . leader Jane Morrison, Jill Stewart. Second row: Betsy Strawn, erget1c girls when they were elected Cheerleaders fOr Lyttleton Rich, Sally Bagel-. Third ww: sherry Yamila. Toni 1960-1961. Promoting school spirit and supporting the Honey, -lea" Mmef- Varsity teams were the most important of their innum- erable duties. With the opening of school the cheerleaders had al- ready completed two successful money making projects. They used the funds to give a pre-season party for the football team. In August they showed their willingness to serve by practicing twice a day and helping the coaches with typing. Pep rallies presented by the cheerleaders during sixth period had varied themes. At one they imported a "savage jungle medicine man," while at another they introduced the distinguished "Harvard Cheerleadersf' To boost the team's spirit at out-of-town games. the cheerleaders collected money to send a telegram from the student body. A colorful banner made by the cheer- leaders during the summer hung in the cafeteria to en- courage spirit. On game days the cheerleaders sponsored special announcements on the intercom. Early in the school year the sophomore class elected nine J. V. cheerleaders. These school-spirited girls quickly perfected their cheering to lead yells at the re- maining J. V. football games and gave support through- out the basketball season. Page 43 ' I 1 E 5 A ii 'a 5 i F Page 44 AIADEMIIS l9e1'111efz!i11g all plmwr of Aflywzr Park Zl'41.f the zlfddwlljf pm- gmllz. Prorizig g60Ill6fl"y' llveo1'e111.r. hzlfdllffllg Cl?6lIlj.ff1'-V equa- finm. mln' .fliflflig lI7lv'1'.rif.f 17I'0!7!L'lll.f becwfze flmflezlgef In nm' ilzlellcfcf' flue adjzzflizzg of u 111if1'o.fmpe. fzzzfofmzlia' Verb l'l7zI1'ff. m11li11e,' mm' ffm l1l67Il01'jZil1g of Slmfee.fllvef11'e, Sana'- lazzrg. and Clmlzcer, nm' Chief "pu.fIin1e." The Cozlffifzzliofml Cozzzwzzfiwz nmde zu fire lvi.f!01'y. Tami papefif and f1dl'f7H6'! zzfndilzg ffzzzglvf 115' 1101 In f11'0f1z1.fIi1141le. N011-llflId67lliC m111'.s'cir p1'01'ided 0 pp01'I1n1itie.f In explore additional! fiefdy of ilzlemrf. Tlvrozzglv our experiezzfef we lefzrlzea' ffm! .fflldjf Zl'.4I,f 1'ezz'4zm'- jug. Om' arlvjezwlzezzf ll'zlJ' ez'ia'e11c'ed by our National Merit jim1li.rf.r, College Board .rfore,f. and .fc'lv0lu1',ff9i jz 1'ecip2e11l.f. QK I-IIG ' f' ' .vi Y' l 'Q I V ' Q ,.-, 'O J "V W if 5 N 'fu T K, Q H fy . 5 Q A Sv X 65:9 1 1 5315 YS' ,ffbiffa . ' .,.. 1 as " ' Nd Eff' M v-If G9 As principal of Myers Park, Dr. Jack Horner has done much to improve the curricular of the school. He has led those who have shaped the policies and has been instrumental in obtaining advanced courses in English, history, math, and biology. His resignation effective at the close of the school year enabled him to obtain a higher educational position on Long Island. Myers Park's counseling program, a distinctive feature of the school, assisted the students in solving their problems and determining their post-graduate plans. ' Mr. Ray Hunt served not only as assistant principal but also as counselor and psychology teacher. As dean of girls, Miss Frances Gunter could always be found in her office counseling with someone, writing college recommendations, making student schedules, or keeping the school calendar. Mr. Porter Sheppards role was a dual one. Counselor and teacher of algebra, he also served as athletic director and as coach of the golf team. New additions to the faculty were Miss Coleman, Eng- lishg Miss Dixon, Frenchg Mrs. Rotan, girls' physical education, and Mrs. Smith, algebra. The administration worked with the fifty-four faculty members to expand the educational opportunities of the students. DR. JACK HOHNER Dr. Horner concludes iob as principal of Myers Park lsflfflfi MBS Iiif,ifflf,l2Ef:ffiflNTER MR' P?1'f,f3'.ffii'.fiPPARD Page 46 Students and school aided by activities ot P. T. A. Dr. John Otis greets parents and faculty members after thse P. T. A. meeting at which he spoke on tlle modern school s In cooperation with the administration, the Parent- Teacher Association worked for the advancement of Myers Park. Their first activity was the annual back-to- school night which was held to allow the parents to follow a simulated schedule and to acquaint them with the faculty. Co-Presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Gribble, directed the coordination of the P. T. A.-sponsored barbecue. Forty per cent of the 352,700 went to the Athletic Department, while the remainder was put into the P. T. A. general fund. Some of this profit was used to buy accessories to add a decorative touch to the Student Lounge, and to give a coffee hour for the faculty on Teacher Appreciation Day. Effective September, 1960, money was set aside to be used as a sick-leave fund for the teachers. To inform the parents and faculty members about the latest trends in education, the P. T. A. invited Dr. john Otts to speak at the january meeting. The P. T. A. also gave recognition to students with scholarship achieve- ment. To climax the year's activities, a reception was given in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Horner. curriculum. I,2il'f'lll-l4'2ll'lllt'I' relations and etlnealimml programs benefited from the lni-monthly meetings. Mrs. Elliot and Mrs. Cisne collect tickets at annual barbecue. Page 47 Math, Science Departments offer SMSG, Biology ll Miss Martha C. Akers Spanish I, II, IIIg Advisor: Spanish Club. Mr. Stuart Beamon Allen Biology lg Coach: Cross-Country, Track, Wrestlingg Asst. Ccach: Football: Advisor: Monogram Club. Mr. Vernon L. Booth Industrial Arts I, IIQ Mechanical Drawing I, Ilg -Q R Advisor: Grounds Committee. l s ' . . . g N Miss Elizabeth Brice V 4 3 3' English 10, 12. A T i Mr. Glenn R. Bridges Algebra I, Ilg Advisor: Senior Class. Mr. G. Leslie Browne English llg Advisor: Mzuzuzzg, Senior I-Ii4Y. Mrs. Elinor E. Burgess Distributive Education I, II: Advisor: D. E. Club. Miss jean R. Carmichael Chemistryg Advisor: Girl Ambassadors, Mr. William Grant Cloaninger Personal Typing. Typing I, IIg Coach: Tennis: Advisor: Key Club. Mr. B. J. cobie Plane Geometry, Senior Math. Miss Donnelle Coleman English 10: Advisor: F. T. A. . . . . . Mrs. Catharine D. ox Carolyn Chittenden conducts a titration experiment to deter- C mine the normality of an unknown. l:FCf11l1 ll. III. IV! ALlViSOfZ FI'CI1Cl1 II Club. Akers Allen Booth Brice Bridges Browne Burgess Carmichael Cloaninger Coble Coleman Cox ll, t ,fire "iv-Ni: .4 'fi gg,jf,1Q, 1- ' .' wg:yw'2 ,Q , ff :f it ,A K VZ .f ea. it as 1- aanvehms fe' t .aweaw A e f: 3 ' all ' at fk fm Page 48 as part of their course Heeding the national and state emphasis on math and science training, Myers Park has continually improved its courses in these areas. With the addition of Biology II and the increased en- rollment in the sophomore class, a biology lab was com- pletely equipped in LA. Biology II was not limited to the study of the systemic development of plant and animal life, much emphasis was placed on the study of the human-his anatomy, his physiology, and his evolu- tion. Toward the end of the year many experiments were done in the area of radiation biology. This study enabled the students to understand the effects of radio- active isotopes and to make applications to radiation in general. Chemistry, too, was an integral part of the Science De- partment. The study of the composition of substances and the changes they undergo gave students the oppor- tunity to experiment with chemicals and compounds in the lab and to observe the changes for themselves. As part of the course, organic chemistry was included. Those students interested in the study of different forms of energy and the physical changes in matter took physics. Subjects concerning heat, light and sound, mechanics, and radiation were a few of those studied. Through labs, lectures, and stimulating class discus- sions, students were able to comprehend the phenomena of the laws governing matter. Robert Rice fulfills his project requirement by demonstrating the procedure for making nylon to his class members. First Yorky Johnston, Richard Sargent, and Susan Naumoff ex- amine math books purchased with funds from the NDEA. In the Math Department, the SMSG course was con- tinued for the second year. The forty-four sophomores who made up the classes were presented the newest concepts and techniques in geometry. Those who had taken the course previously were able to combine plane coordinate with solid geometry. Algebra enabled students to reason more concisely and to understand relationships. Those taking college alge- bra and trigonometry received excellent preparation for more advanced courses. Senior Math included the study of arithmetic, algebra, plane geometry, and basic trig as a single course. row: Joe Curlee and Lee Wassoii. Second row: Bobby Stafford and Dan Caldwell. an-q 4.4 thug, xr' .9986 Mp,-,4:1heA0Uk94iS5'5UwkJfiw ,I df' H fs-vi if Problems of Democracy broadens understanding a Miss Phifer arts as moderator of debate by Charles Elrod, Ed Adams. Bill Vinson, and Gerard Davidson. Taking notes from a television teacher is a new experience for many American history students. V'2:v.::JiI:::?:,:"fl,f A ., ' ' ' 2 l E , if , It , 1, ff .. -f ff Page 50 To fulfill the history requirement for graduation, all students took world and American history. This pre- requisite better prepared them for their lives in a demo- cratic community. The organization of world history presented the gradual ascent of civilization and the problems which faced man as he advanced from the Stone Age. By doing extensive parallel reading, American history students supplemented the information in their text- books. The fundamentals on which the United States bases her heritage were better understood. Thirty-two students proved their interest in social studies by taking Problems in American Democracy. Social, economic, and political problems facing the people of America today were studied. Because of the election year, emphasis was placed on the political structure of the United States. In their world history class, Helen Currie, Jane Ed, and David Purnell survey a relief map of Europe. of contemporary events, history courses reveal past Mr. Carl G. N. Cronstedt Choral Musicg Advisor: Choir. Mrs. Susie Wilkie Devereux English 10. Miss Dorothy E. Dixon French I, II: Advisor: French I Club. Mr. Ernest Davidson Feimster World Historyg Advisor: Sophomore Hi-Y. Mrs. Edna G. Fletcher Biology Ig Advisor: Junior Class, Red Cross. Miss Sarah L. Foster Latin II, Spanish I: Advisor: Spanish Club. Miss Gordon Q. Freeman English 12g Advisor: Murlazzg. Mrs. Carolyn Park Good World History: Advisor: Cheerleaders, Honor Sc Miss Almeria Gordon Bible I, II. Cronstedt Devereux Freeman Good Johnson Jones iciety. Dixon Cordon Kiser Miss jane E. Harrison Office Practice, Shorthand I, II, Typing Ilg Advisor: Pen Pushers. Miss Mary Hazel Hatchette English 11 g Advisor: F. T. A. Miss Louise E. Hutchison Algebra I, II. Mrs. Virginia Miller johnson English 125 Advisor: Honor Society, Sophomore Class. Miss Mary Louise jones Physical Education: Advisor: G. R. A. Mr. Edwin Martin Kiser Plane Geometryg Advisor: Mustang Club. Miss Oma Clare Lafferty XX'orld Historyg Scholorship Committee Chairman. Mrs. Betty Lancaster French I, II: Advisor: junior Y-teens. Mrs. Edith S. Long English 11, World Literatureg Advisor: Honor Society. Feimster Fletcher Foster Harrison Hatchelte Hutchison Laiferty Lancaster Long ' t,fc,.tigigtaa ,K ap' ' rear eff I f ff: . fffsfraaev '+o N' aaaaaarar V f . f K 'Y' I ' ' , 2? gk. 7 V I my 5 . 12, . '. . E' 1 Page Sl A ,Wx ,nfl . , "wwwwv as We Serving as the hub of the academic program al Myers Park. the library helps many in their class and parallel work. Enrichment received from Language Arts courses Vital to any strong academic program is a well-equipped library such as Myers Park possesses. A wide variety of current literature and up-to-date references enables stu- dents to supplement their classroom studies. Page 52 Through the study of literature, students learned about their European and American heritage. The eleven teachers who taught the forty-four classes in English had the responsibility for seeing that their students per- fected their use of the English language by daily drills and by writing themes and term papers. In its second year, Advanced Placement English con- tinued to stimulate a select group of seniors in writing and literary skills on the college freshman level. Of the fifteen seniors who took the course last year, live re- ceived honor ratings on the CEEB examination. This year the language laboratory was fully installed. By listening to tapes and records and by recording their responses, students were able to perfect their pronuncia- tion and understanding of a foreign language. Class enrollment in the Foreign Language Department was increased to thirty-two classes to meet the demands of the students. Four years of French and three years of Latin and Spanish were offered. Proficiency in com- prehension and composition was stressed. Concentration on literature was presented in the third- and fourth-year classes. Another elective in the Language Arts Department was World Literature. This survey course revealed the growth of ideas and beliefs and the movements in litera- ture through the ages. Eighty-eight seniors found the course to be invaluable. Public Speaking, Drama, and Bible helped students to develop self-assurance, poise, and ethics. In preparation for her Advanced Placement English tc-st. Sally Rupprecht takes the one given last year. japanese dress and customs intern-st Sally Alu-rnvlhy listens to a first-hand report from Miss Phili-r. Latin III students, Stuart lVIcKaig, Norman Pease, Jan Gaskell, Ski 1 Motlev, and Alice McNeill, examine dis rlaved 1r0'eets. Out MAN f?Oaul'lAS 5,1-it I . I. I .I --an-' """""' , Y ,LX ,sf 1 ct 0 ' K ' w . U -l Elective program supplements graduation requisites Mrs. ,Ianey Lyerly Clothing I. Family Living, Foods, Advisor: F. H. A. Miss Betty Macfie Biology I, Chemistryg Advisor: Maiorettes. Mrs. Helen Leach Macon American History, Advisor: Citizenship Committee. Mr. Theodore P. Matus Art: Advisor: Cheerleaders, Publicity Committee. Miss Laura Schafer Mclnnes Drama, English 11, Public Speaking: Advisor: Limelighters. Mr. Spencer R. Mims Band, Orchestra. Miss Winnie D. Moore Biology I, II. Mr. john Daniel Moose, jr. Driver Education: Advisor: Grounds Committee, Traffic Committee. Miss Margaret Newland English 12, Advanced Placement English. Lyerly Macfie Macon Moore Moose Newland Rankin Rotan Sifford Miss Jean Phifer Librarian: Advisor: A. F. S. Committee. Mr. George P. Powell Physical Education I, II: Coach: Basketball: Advisor: Athletic Committee, Monogram Club. Mr. Augustus B. Purcell Physical Education I, IIg Coach: Football, Swimming. Miss Jessie Rankin American History. Mrs. Elizabeth S. Rotan Physical Education. Miss Patsy Sifford American History, Problems of Democracy: Advisor: Girl Ambassadors Mr. Richard W. Sizer English 10: Advisor: MyerSpa1'k, Senior Class Follies. Mrs. Mary B. Smith Algebra I, Plane Geometry, Advisor: Sophomore Y-teens. Miss Evangeline Stewart Bookkeeping, Typing I. Matus Mclnnes Mims Phifer Powell Purcell Sizer Smith Stewart Page 54 From musical expression to driver training, aesthetic as well as practical experience could be obtained through the diversified subjects included in the curriculum. Preparation for adult life was received in many classes. In clothing and foods, future homemakers learned methods which would make them more efficient. In industrial arts, dexterity with the hands resulted in a finished product of fine craftsmanship. Family Living familiarized students with the adjustments which would be necessary to maintain a normal home atmosphere. Psychology presented basic human behavior patterns. Prospective secretaries and businessmen profited from the office training ancl typing classes. Distributive Edu- cation students received valuable classroom and job experience. Not all the non-academic courses were practical in nature. Through the art medium, students could find expression, whether in the field of music or creative arts. In mechanical drawing, Robert Cass and Jim Mascho work on the details of a scale model of SC. -xl dig' I-'!,!:::T' gglllx 'vp , J, Tr g p - 'buf' " rs Q A v rr kxfq, rrr 'KLM rU'l 4 Marking a skirt for hemming is only one of llle many leeh- niques of fine sewing learned by girls taking clothing. lii-ila Lane with the skirt marker fl0lll0llSll'1ll1'S Ihr- method by using Denise Dullose as a model. fs. Page 55 Many behind-the-scene fi ,gl X N' 'T ll is- -ai! x sv J ns is , 5, Q' . W :-1545-. . . -fr f ,,'mwzw,w -. W l QM is X ,jig 5 ...v,"'- f' ,ff V 'I-""f-m 1 ,tif ' ' -rl - , -. -ya is f , -V , ass, -- 1 -, , A . P . A -f' if-2.1.22 rg, am w,,'pff.., 1 ' ' L YV - V aW,iVWE22 A . . . , .f Q-3, fr., W + r ,ici , ' 2 g,,.,14-wid' . A V Af . W 4 f Something faseinates Mrs. Fletcher, Miss Moore, and Miss Phifer as they enjoy the refreshments at the annual tea given by librarians, Miss W'heeler and Miss Phifer., for the faculty. Wallin Breeden Wheeler Gower '23 , 2 QM jsjfofit 1549-e ' A ' ,lt t . '13, . ' f 'X 41 5 ' T' ki? "W 7' V, .Q M D f 'f'ff"+1- at - ' '65 -- 1-2 - . f i 1 ' trip " 'lf- gg, ,, 'xgi:,4,. 'A - qu . , A 4 , A 4 349 'f" e ' 25,4-1 ' Q. fa.-i Q Mx 'vii' ' A 5 i : I ' ' 1 xv ' - - V. Q 'V ..f?'T'a':1.i:..' f " 'P 4 . W Y ':-:fy pw :N fl 33- sf, .Y -A 15 E .. QV, . Lrg g if? .i ' t "I: if if , Page 56 activities are responsible Mr. Steve D. Wallin College Algebra, Solid Geometry, Plane Trigonometryg Advisor: Assembly Committee. Miss Anne Wheeler Librariang Advisor: A. F. S. Committee. Miss Ethel Whitley Plane Geometry CSchool Mathematics Study Groupj, Plane Trigonometry, Solid Geometry. Mrs. Irene L. Wright Latin I, II, IIIQ Advisor: Latin Club. STAFF Mr. Matthew E. Breeden Maintenance Engineer Miss Marilou Gower Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. T. Christy Mathews Dietitian Mrs. Alma McCracken Nurse Whitley Mathews Wright McCracken . in sw ,.V, 'T f 5.0 f 4 X' .f v Q Vrk' i, .qi ' ' a U - V h U,-In K 3-+..f.5 ,V sw . f ' 'f .' A ' , H . , 'Z 75 " if' 'W-..Q 49' H T 2 .af g Q 1315 asf 'f i'3x.5.5QQ,gf ' , sg f ?' Jgkffif. V? ,-aj. ive Sli Q , , ,- : . V , if V Qxsgjgaww,,LP,4y.,.-6. 1.-:a w ' r ., 5 y, W ' . 3 . 1, .Sys K MQ., if-.,., , f 7 X., 4' f . ' y 1 e -W ' -Q, -.1 ia.. A 3 . 50 U. - 4 K sf, 12,4 qi ff ' 0 , , ' -4 ' . f M 'f a aEsi3'Jtxs9.t " ff- . .M 4 . . 1 Q , . . r I'Q.,l?4 3 ii for success of school For a school with a student body of 1,362 to run ef- ficiently, there must be a well-organized staff to perform the innumerable duties that go along with the school operation. Miss Gower, school secretary-treasurer, has been at Myers Park since 1956. Keeping the school reports, col- lecting and disbursing all money of the clubs and organizations, and handling correspondence has kept her very busy. Since approximately eighty-five per cent of the graduat- ing class goes to college, Mrs. Boston has the almost endless task of making transcripts. She is also respon- sible for the maintaining of permanent records. The Health Unit which is the cooperative project of the P. T. A. and the Public Health Department is di- rected by Mrs. McCracken. P. T. A. volunteers staff the unit during the day. Mrs. Mathews, the dietitian, is responsible for the preparation of nourishing meals and for the coordination of her cafeteria staff. Maintenance of the campus grounds and buildings is under the direction of Mr. Breeden who is also always on hand to assist students in their activities. Working in the office are girls who act as "girl Fridays." The services which they perform for Miss Gower, Mrs. Boston, and members of the faculty are invaluable. Charles Rust operates the control panel of the intercom for the daily announcements during homeroom period. I arg any 'Wi Wan 'P' Mrs. Boston, records secretary, performs her almost endless task of making transcripts for college applications. Receiving office experience, Kathy Kaigler sorts absentee cards and Marsha Love "runs off" the absentee sheet. Page 5 7 8 ,A Aix, . ,, ni 9 R" Fi Y is nfl' ,K i ,j a 5 is i 's K ' -. my 1 f 0 . -. '- . r iii f 'P .K -.S .. - , pd-x?':w,J ' - . 4, .Q rf: x , - '51 .. V 'P f ' . v r ,. F ,iv - -X, Q 1 ' x -, .4 .5 . 1 K N t .' bg ig! ' , .gin NES: u - ' . ' - Q A Q."-w 5 Q! ' J - Q "' 'Pm mf: I Y :X X -, 'xig ' . ., y , . u b Q ,Z ,ll f 'fy v --45? P Ain 1 Q 'Q uf' ' mr' , P' ! I -s Q w -1, .x gf .M v. wk if- 5'V'v is -rq-f Xgyg, , ., .kr4,, 'if 'xr -- ' ' X .4 -'fini' 3335 . gg , Q M- ' 'FS '9 3' " , v2":'fQ1, , -,M .I f, a 4 if . V 4 N ,ur a J- H rg, It 5. - x ,K ,qt 4,4 L.-K X I fx .-If 11 1" Apu! 4-J' Treasurer Blanche Willard, Secretary Linda Orr, Vice Prcsi- dent Paul Barefoot, and President Buddy DuBose planned Historian Mary Stella Leak, Lawyer Trey Snepp, Poet Malinda Lobdell, Prophet Richard Sargent, and senior class advisor Mr. Bridges consult former class documents. graduation exercises and helped unify the class of 1961 with committees and important class meetings. Whirlwind activities culminate year at M. P. for seniors Seniors at Myers Park experienced a year of service, creativeness, sportsmanship, and talent, continued and intensified from previous years. Senior year was unique because of its privileges. Use of the Student Lounge before school and leavng campus for lunch during exams were "strictly for seniors." Ambition was the incentive for seniors who pored over Alexander Pope, oriental authors, coordinate geometry, French parallel, and physics. Rewards for scholastic at- tainment were membership for 1092 in the National Honor Society, early admission to college, numerous grants and scholarships, and for seventeen the honor of being National Merit finalists. With many accomplishments and honors behind them, seniors eagerly awaited the Senior Banquet, Baccalaure- ate, commencement, summer, and a new experience - going to work or to college in September. Page 59 ELEANOR ANN ABERNETHY Ann Entered '58, Honor Society 123 Y-teens 113 F.T.A. 10, 12, Pres. 113 Latin Club 103 Red Cross 10, 11, Pres. 121 G.R.A. 10. SALLY JOHNSTON ABERNETHY Sally Entered 583 1lI11,fz.n1g 11, 123 Honor Society 11, 123 jr. Marshal3 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10, 113 Red Cross 10, 11, Sec.-Treas. 123 Pub. Committee 11, 12. ALFRED EDXX'ARD ADAMS Ed Entered '581 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 123 llflI1.1'frUlX Sports Editor 123 Key Club 123 Hi-Y 10, Pres. 11, Treas, 123 French Club 10, 11, Pres. 123 Red Cross 113 -I. V. Basketball 103 Committees: Athletic 123 Dance 11. JUDY LYTTLETON ADAMS Judy Entered ,581 Student Council 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 113M'7'e1'Sp411'k 10, lli Honor Society 123 Chief jr. Marshal3 Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, Pres. 123 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 123 French Club 113 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 11. 123 Cheerleader 123 -I, V, 101 Committees: Spirit 113 Handbook Co-Chairman 123 Pub. Rel. 12. THAD A, ADAMS III Thad Entered '583 Student Council 123 Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 Monogram Club 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 101 Limelighters 10, 11, 123 Swimming 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 11, Co-Chairman 123 Pub. 11. PHYLLIS ANN AGRESTA Phyllis Entered '583 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 103 Spanish Club 123 Limelighters 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Pub. 113 Dance 12. ALAN GORDON AITKEN Alan Entered 'SSL Homeroom Officer 103 Monogram Club 10, 11, 123 Wfrestling 10. 11, 123 Pub. Rel. Committee 12. JOHN PRESSLY ALEXANDER JR. john Entered '58Q Homeroom Officer 113 Honor Society 123 Jr. Marshalg Mustang Club 11, 123 Monogram Club 123 Engineers' Club 11, 123 French Club 11, Treas. 123 Latin Club 103 Swimming 10, 11, 123 Citizenship Committee 11, 12. MARKHAM ROBERTSON ALEXANDER Mark Entered '583 Band 10. 11. SUSAN KAY ALLEN Entered '58Q Y-teens 113 Red Cross 11. GUS ANASTES Kay Gus Entered '58, Homeroom Officer 123 Monogram Club 10, 11, 123 Engi- neers' Club 113 Spanish Club 11, 123 Vlfrestling 10, 11. 12. MARGARET GAINES ANDERSON Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, G.R.A. 11.12. SUSAN KELLY ANDERSON Peggy 123 Y-teens 123 Choir 113 Susan Entered ,593 Homeroom Officer 123 Y-teens 11, 123 F.H.A. 123 F.T.A. 123 Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. 11, 123 Dance Committee 12. DONALD MOSER APPLEGATE Entered ,581 D. E. 12. MILDRED SUSAN ARCHER Don Susan Entered '583 Pen Pushers 11, 123 Y-teens 123 French Club 123 Latin Club103G.R.A. l0,11,12. XWILLIAM FRANCIS ARIVELLA Entered ,581 AI. V. Football 11. BRENDA MAYO ARMSTRONG Entered '583 Y-teens 10, 113 F.H.A. 123 10, 11, 123 Spirit Committee 11. DAVID ARTHURS Entered '58. Seniors Bill Brenda French Club 11, 123 G.R.A. David Agresta M. Anderson Arthurs E. Abernelhy S. Abernethy A. Adams J. Adams T. Adams Aitken J. Alexander M. Alexander Allen Anastes S. Anderson Applegate Archer Arivella Armstrong . aa. fav we f ' T' S7 f X Q ff Q diig ,Ii er"'f" ps-...af ,104 Using the college catalog shelves, Peggy Hull and Linda Shields check all-important entranee requirements with Miss Gunter. KATI-IARINE GREER ATKINS Katharine Entered .583 Student Council 103 Homeroom Officer 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 10, 123 Spirit 10, 11. NANCY LEE AYERS Nancy Entered '593 G.R.A. 11, 123 D.E. 12. WAYNE HOUSTON AYERS Nxfziyne Entered ,58Q Student Council llQ Homeroom Othcer 123 Monogram Club 123 I-Ii-Y 11, 123 Baseball 10, 11, 123 Basketball 11, Captain 123 J. V. 103 Athletic Committee 12. KATHRINE OLIVER BAGBY Kathrine Entered '583 Y-teens 10, 113 G.R,A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dante 123 Spirit 11. JACK ERNEST BAKER ,link Entered 58. JANE XWELLINGTON BAKER NX'elly Entered VSSQ Red Cross 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Spirit Committee 11, 12. JOSEPH LEONARD BARACH IR, ,lay Entered -582 Engineers' Club 123 Liitin Club 11. PAUL DRl'M BAREFOOT Paul Entered '583 Student Council 123 Class Othter 11, 123 Key Club 10, 11, Treas. 123 Mustang Club 10, 11, V. P. 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 12, Treas. lll Frenth Club 12, Set. 113 Band 103 Swimming 10, 11, 123 Committees: Citizenship 113 Dante 123 Assembly Chair- rnun 12. DESSIE ELAINE BARFIELD Elaine Entered '58Q I-Iomeroom Otfiter 113 Y-teens 123 Choir 11, 123 L1.R,A. 123 Spirit Committee 12. ALFRED HAYXWOOD BARNE'1"1' III Alfred Entered '583 I-Iomeroom Othcer 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Baseball 10, 11, 123 Football 12. IIILIAN HENRY BARNETT Julian Entered -583 Band 10, 11. 12. LINDA ANN BARNI-IILI- Linda Entered '58Q Choir 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. Page 67 Atkins N. Ayers W. Ayers Bagby J. E. Baker J. W. Baker Barach Barefoot Barfield A. Bartlett J. Barnett Seniors Mn ,MMV , fm .zz wx., MW W f we fm!! , ,M ,F , ",.f an 'wi 'QQ' .. ,, 4 if Aw f W4 I me ,, xp f ., 2 ,. 1 ,aw . .2 ,7 ,wif ff Mesh - vi ZW N - fiom fa- .nf- y Y ,-,, Barnhill EMI' I Q- 3 , S T ,, . Seniors 'wiv WF' 'v V. art ff 9 '- . 1 'f . M ,M rw . -g- hiiifyf ,gr x .. '- , ' aeeraaaee f of 71 f f , M 1 A 44 A' Y ,Q Mg X I 47 , f 4 , , ' Q 4, f f f W W, ' ' A , C f fb V JN aaa Q! . 5 .5 - ,fe 1 ff f Q ff I f fi lf! N I 1' ff f, f , " f ff ,ff Mf- f fig f M ,, ff if 7 qiwgg A V 4.01 -ffygff 4, Q 1 ga ,. L - ,, 314. W 1 1 I fa wi 1 H, ,J ,WN . X wa,r,a,.. , .1 iffmw-ve .ffielfswfft f ' 't 4BC4ff',2f' ""!',f'. 1 '.' '.4"' " ' f' fwf'FQff1,T 3 ,, A ., If f. U 1-in 5 W? 1 4 I , ' 19.1155 rife' . M ,WX . , Q 'iff'-lf! ' " rf l 9ffa'In 5242. f,',sPf?"ff? ' - , I -f 1 Q W ' 1- ' ' il.: fe 12' , ,aff 3 ,J "a4,l,l4!' ,. 'Ii ' ,, 'feigfke . I 1 ' ' "1 4 Barrett Beach Beasley Ben field Benoit Best Blake Blythe Bolen Bolles Boone Booth Don Applegate, Carol Ann Garrison, and Robert Wilkiilson, members of Mr. Cloaninger's homeroom, give senior class dues to Treasurer Nancy Grubb. ,IAMES BRVCE BARRETT jimmy Entered -582 Choir 12. ROBERT EUGENE BEACH Robert Entered 'SBQ D.E. 12. BARBARA CAROLE BEASLEY Carole Entered '583 Pen Pushers 123 Latin Club llQ Band 10, 11, 123 Orches- tra 123 G.R.A. 12. PATRICIA ANN BENFIELD Pat Entered '52-13 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 F.H.A, 123 Spanish Club 123 Lime- lighters 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Spirit 113 Dance 12. MARY ELIZABETH BENOIT Betsy Entered 'SSQ Homeroom Otiicer 103 Honor Society 11, 123 -Ir. Marshal3 Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, Treas, 123 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10, Sec. ll, G,R.A. 10, 11. 'Y 1-3 j. V. Cheerleader 103 Lettergirl 11, 123 Committees: Dance 11, 123 Handbook 123 Citizenship 12. NANCY GOODE BEST Nancy Entered -581 M111'ft1l1,K 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Fremh Club 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Spirit Committee 11, 12. LINDA CAMILLE BLAKE Linda Entered '593 G.R.A. 12. CYNTHIA RUTI-I BLYTHE Cynthia Entered .58Q Class Othcer 103 Hameroom Officer 103 jr. MHfShHlQ Girl Ambassadors 10, 12, Treas, ll, Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 Latin Club Sec. 103 Orrhestra 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 103 Cheerleader 11, Head 123 bl. V. 103 Committees: Citizenship llQ XX'elcnming 123 Dance 12. JOHN CAREY BOLEN AIR. john Entered VSHQ Homeroem Otlicer 123 Spanish Club 123 J. V. Football 103 Dance Committee 12. ROSEMARY LOUISE BOLLES Rosemary Entered '593 Y-teens 11, 123 Limelighters 123 G.R.A. 11, 123 Commit- tees: Pub. Rel. 123 Dance 12. BARBARA ANNE BOONE Barbara Entered '58, Y-teens 123 G.R.A. 11, 123 Committees: Pub. Rel. 123 Spirit II. HARRY PEGRAM BOOTH Harry Entered '583 Choir 11. 123 Band 10, 11, 12. Page 62 NANCY ELIZABETH BOWEN Nancy Entered '583 Y-teens 10, 11, IZQ French Club 11, T22 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 113 Spirit Committee 11. RONALD JAMES BOWERS Ronald Entered ,593 Band 113 Track 11. WILLIAM DAVIS BOYD Davey Entered '59. KENNETH INGLIS BOZEMAN Ken Entered '58Q Homeroom Officer 103 D.E. 11, 12. HANNAH GRACE BRADFORD Hannah Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 113 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 F.T.A. 113 French Club 11, 12g Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12g Committees: Spirit 113 Dance 11, 12. MARTHA CAROLYN BRANON Martha Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 113 Honor Society TZQ Y-teens 10, 11, TZQ F.H.A. Treas. 123 French Club 11, TZQ Latin Club 103 Orchestra 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Dance Committee 11. CHARLES DAVID BRAZZEAL Charlie Entered ,583 Limelighters 11, 12. ROBERT JAMES BRIETZ Bobby Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Hi-Y 10, 11, 121 Latin Club 10, 113 Orchestra 10, 11, IZQ Grounds Committee 12. THOMAS WATSON BRITT Tommy Entered '583 Student Council 103 Homeroom Ofiicer 10. DONALD LEE BRITTON Don Entered '583 D.E. 10. MARY ARNALL BROACI'-I Arnall Entered '583 Student Council 123 Honor Society 11, Sec. l2Q Jr. Marshal3 Girl Ambassadors IZQ Y-teens 10, 113 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10. 113 Red Cross 10. 113 G.R.A. 10, 113 Committees: Citizenship 11, Chairman 123 A.F.S. 12. TROY LAFAYTTE BROWN Troy Entered ,583 D.E. 11, 12. EDITH MERRILL BUICE Edith Entered '58Q Y-teens 10, 11, V. P. 123 Frenth Club 11, 123 Latin Cluh 101 G.R.A. 10. ll, 123 Citizenship Committee 11, 12. JUDITH ANN BURRIER Judy Entered '583 Y-teens 10. 11, 121 F.T.A. 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. io, 11, 12. SALLY BUTZ Sally Entered '583 Latin Club 103 Y-teens 10, T2Q G.R.A. 12. DANIEL LEE CALDWELL Dam Entered '593 Engineers' Club l2Q French Club 113 Swimming 10, 11. DAVID FRANKLIN CALDWELL David Entered '583 Class OfEcer ILQ Hi-Y 11, T21 French Club 113 Citizen- ship Committee 11. DOUGLAS WILLIAM CALDWELL Doug Entered '583 Class Officer 10, 113 Homeroom Otiicer 10, T23 Mustang Club 123 Hi-Y 11, IZQ Track 103 Committees: Athletic 11, 123 Citi- zenship 12. Seniors Bowen Bowers Boyd Bozeman Bradford Branon Brazzeal Brietz Britt Britton Broaeh Brown Buice Burrier Butz D. L. Caldwell D. F. Caldwell D. W. Caldwell ,-,J Y' N045 Q f, ei- Ml. yew., - 3 .. A Q f if , i - -"""" Q. , 'X Lf ' YU: Zeb " . .4 'ff' . Q 1255: W. 4 ' ' ' f i? fever N' -Za: . I t PW 'B .-,:.f,:.vg.f'i'a vw 39, E ,ii -rf . Y --nulfw f re- Seniors lgf 1. it au-V, 1 1- Nur 'Wi 1 '60 1 '36, fm , is-0 -1-Q. fi Ffh ur- 1 WP! f' fr, -sw ,. -d""" il VKTW. l H Nl ,Q 'V"y vs- 1. Caldwell lla naaly A. Carey P. Carey Carter Cato Chambers Cllanon Cliarnley Chase Clwlley Clayton College Day, an annual event, gives seniors an opportunity to survey colleges. Mrs. I. Grier Wallace discusses Randolph- lVlar'on with senior girls. DIOSEPH ELLIOTT CALDXWELL joe Entered 585 MYl'K7'SfltlI',E 10, 115 jr. Marshal5 Engineers' Club 10, 11, Set. 125 French Club 11. 125 Lzitin Club 105 Traffic Committee 10, Co-Chairman 1 1. EMMETT ALLEN CANADY Allen Entered '585 Homeroom Otlicer 125 Track 125 Spirit Committee 12. FRANCES ANNE CAREY Anne Entered '595 Y-teens 11, 125 lf.H.A, 125 lfremh Club 11, 125 G.R.A. 11, 125 Spirit Committee 11. PHILIP MCKNIGHT CAREY Phil Entered '585 Latin Club 1115 Orcliestru 10, 11. LEONARD HEXX'ELL CARTER VIR. Kippy Entered '585Spr1nish Club 125 j. V. Football 10. ROBERT LEE CATO Bobby Entered '585 Engineers' Club 125 Spanish Club 111, 115 Track 125 Basketball 125 I V. 10, 1l5Athletit Committee 111, 11. 12. AIOHN KEATING Cl-IAINIBERS Keat Entered '61l5 Erenth Club 12. -IOHN L. CHANON john lff1ft:1'CLl Toll. LOREN CHARNLEY IR. Sonny Entered '585 Monogram Club 11, 125 Swimming 10, 11, 12. ELIZABETH MOORE CHASE Entered '585 Hoineroom Otlicer 111, 11, 125 Mustang Club 125 Y-teens lo, 125 Spanish Club Sec. 11, Pres. 125 G.R.A. 105 Lettergirl 125 Pub. Rel. Committee 11, 12. Betty Moore SANDRA LEE CHENEY Sandra linrei-ed 'Sag Y-teens io, 11, 125 1f.H.A. ii, 125 lfrenth Club 125 Li.R.A. lo, 11, 125 Citizenship Committee 11. NX'ALTER EDXXTARD CLAYTON FIR. Eddie Entered '585 Engineers' Club 111, Treas. 11, Pres. 125 Spanish Club 11. Page 64 224 I .-'e.3.,,. LEE HUNT CLIPPARD Entered '59. FRANKLIN EUGENE CLOYD JR. Entered .581 Homeroom Officer 11, 121 J. V. Football 12. MARY ELIZABETH CLUTZ Entered ,581 Y-teens 10. 11, 121 F.H.A, 11, 121G.R.A. 10, JAMES WILLIAM COGGINS JR. Entered '581 Engineers' Club 121 French Club 10. NANCY GIBSON COLLIER Lee Frank Mary 12. ll, Jimmy Nancy Entered '581 Mzlrmzzg 121 Honor Society 11, 121 Y-teens 10, 11, 121 French Club 11, 12g Latin Club io, 111 G.R.A. io, 11, 121 Commit- tees: Citizenship 11, 121 Dance 11. FRANCES ORDXVAY CONDON Fran Entered '591 Y-teens 121 French Club 11, 121 G.R.A. 121 Dance Com- mittee 12. GERALD BENJAMIN COOK Skip Entered '581D.E. 11, 12. ALEXANDER COPELAND Zan Entered '581 Student Council Pres. 121 Homeroom Officer 10, 111 Murmzzg 11, 121 Jr. Marshal1 Key Club 121 Mustang Club 11, 121 Hi-Y 10, 11, 121 Latin Club 101 Spanish Club 121 Baseball 10, 11, 121 Committees: Citizenship 101 Athletic 11. MARTHA JUDITH COPLEY Entered '581 Pen Pushers 121 Y-teens 11, 121 11, 121 Citizenship Committee 12. Clippard Cloyd Cook Copeland J. Cox P. Cox F.H.A. 121 Entered 'S91 Homc-room Olhcer DAVID KENNETH COUNTS Entered '581 Homeroom Otticer Marshal1 Engineers' Club 11, Band 11, 121 Orchestra 10, 11, 121 lrac Tennis 11 1 Athletic Committee 11. SARAH ELIZABETH COITRIC WILLIAM EVGENE CORNELIVS liill 121 M1t'i'Sj11ii14 121 Engineers' Club 121 French Club 11, 121 Golf 121 Track 11, 121 Cross Country 12. Kenny 10, 111 Honor Society ll, 121 Jr. 121 French Club 111 Latin Club 101 k 121 Cross Country 121 Sa rab Entered V581 Student Council 10, 121 Homeroom Otlicer 111 Y-teens 10, ll, 121 Latin Club 101 Spanish Club 121 Choir 121 Red Cross 111 1 P h R I 12 G.R.A. 10, 11, 121 Committees: Spirit 1 1 Ll. C. JOSEPH EDXWARD COX JR. Joe Entered ,581 Homeroom Officer 10, 111 Monogram Club 10, 11, 121 J. V. Basketball Itlg Football 10, 11, 121 Grounds Committee 12. PATRICIA ANN COX Pat Entered '581 Nzrrhmg 11, Organizations Editor 121 Yateens 10, 11, 121 F.H.A. 11, 121 French Club 11, 121 Latin Club 101 I-imeli,rhters 111 Red Cross 121 G.R.A. 10, 11, 121 Committees: Pub. Rel. 111 Dance 111 Citizenship 12. THOMAS NELSON CRAYTON Tom Entered V581 French Club 10, 11, 121 Orchestra 10. DIANE ELAINE CROCKETT Diane Entered ,581 ATl11'ftlllg 11, Clubs Editor 121 Honor Society 121 Girl nth C lub 11 Ambassadors Club l21Y-166118 10. 11, 121 F.T.A, llQ Fre Q 121 Latin Club 101 G.R.A. 10, ll, 121 Committees: A.F.S. 111 Spirit 12. MARGARET ELIGENIA CROCKETT Margaret Entered '581Ci.R.A. 10, 11. Judi G4R.A. my JOHN EARLE CROSBY John Entered 'S91 Cross Country 121 Committees: Dance 11, 121 Pub. Rel. 12, . Clutz Coggins Collier Condon Copley Cornelius Counts Couric Crayton D. Crockett M. Crockett Crosby 'fur 'C ZH ' - , - - , W :' E 'C 1 I l f 1 'S' 1 -- Q25 f 2' f W 4,2 W s N, 1 V ST .1 frffeef f Qs ,J 1 W , ' 1 51,2 Y I My Y 4 52 0 l l I , If 1 32 xy! ,,,,. 1,1 ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,N , , 6 Q Q Q ,,. gg 1 v ,W 4 I z tel 4 ' 15141142 ara,- .ing ws- cw :Sl y' ,W I 2 .' 1' Y ' 419: on R " . 4 1 3 ,11. 13, . Isp, 2 1 11215: ' ,Y 3 - Rank . E 4 rwy, SQ , Q 4 me , v ELISABETH GAIL CRONWELL Gail Entered '583 Student Council 103 Homeroom Ol'Iicer 123 M1l.1'I.1I1g 123 Honor Society 11, Treas. 123 Jr. Marshalg Girl Ambassadors 123 Y-- teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10, 113 Red Cross 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Citizenship 123 A.F.S, 10, 11: Handbook 12. JOHN HLIGH CRIIMP John Entered '60Q French Club 123 Band 12. JOSEPH CAREY CURLEE Joe Entered -581 Student Council 123 Engineers' Club 12. ROBERT BLAKE CLIRRIE Bobby Entered '583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Oflicer 113 Mustang Club 11, 123 Spanish Club 123 Track 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 123 Athletic 11, 12. RONALD PATRICK CURRY Ronnie Entered V601 Key Club 123 Football 12. GERARD HADLEY DAVIDSON JR. Gerard Entered '583 Student Council Ill Homeroom Otlicer 10, 123 Engineers' Club 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Committees: A.F.S. 123 Pub. Rel. 11. DEAN JACKSON DAVIS Jack Entered '5SQ French Club 12. DNXIIGHT LARRY DAVIS Larry Entered 'SSL Band 103 Track 10. SARAH LORRAINE DAVIS Sally Entered '583 Y-teens 11, 123 F.T.A. 11, Treas. 123 French Club 11, 123 G.R.A. 10. 11, 123 Citizenship Committee 12. JONES DEASON JR. Jones Entered '58g Monogram Club 10, 11, 12. CHARLES WILLIAM deKRAFFT Charles Entered '58. FRANCES KAY DeMIK Kay Entered '583 Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 F.H.A. 123 French Club 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Spirit Committee 12. SLISANNE DENTON Susanne Entered '583 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens llg French Club 113 Latin Club 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 113 Pub. Rel. 12. JAMES FLINN DERAMLIS Jimmy Entered '583 French Club 12. KATHARINE ANNE DIETLER Kathy Entered ,581 Y-teens 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. PETER DODGE Peter Entered '58Q Engineers' Club ll, French Club 12. GENEVA LOUISE DOUGLAS Louise Entered '58, D.E. 12. MIRIAM JEANNE DOWINS Jeanne Entered T582 Y-teens 11, 123 F.T.A. 11, Pres. 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G,R.A. 10, 11, 123 Citizenship Committee 12, Seniors Crowell Crump Curlee D. J. Davis D. L. Davis S. Davis Denton Deramus Dietler Currie Curry Davidson Deason deKrafft DeMik Dodge Douglas Downs WW? Q41 ...WV --H" at my 'ir Qin' fvi --MM Me- an Q' -avr "' ve- .,,, j pn-p lr C. DuBosc J. Dullosc Seniors I ,. Happie Peralta and Rosemary Bollcs portray "Ruthcrfordton" R I N and "Fifi', in an intercom announcement to arouse school Duckworth V K, spirit for an important game. ' ,Q t Duncan ,Wu am' 5. CHARLES OLIVER DuBOSE Enatiy ' 1' Entered '58, Student Council 10, 11, 12, Class Orhcer 10, Il, 121 R A Homeroom Officer 10, 12, Honor Society 121 Ir. Marshal, Key Club 11, 12, Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club ll, 12, Baseball 10, Basketball 11, 12, J. V. 10, Co-Chairman Clubs Committee 12. 3 JEANNE DENISE DuBOSE Denise I Entered '58, Homeroom Oliicer 10, 11, 12, Mustang Club 12, Y-teens ' 10, 11, 12, Latin Club io, Spanish Club 12, ci.R.A. 10, ll, 12, Spit-if Du,,1,,I, Committee 12. DuPont fm g 'x" I PEGGY ANGELA DLICKXWORTH Angela Entered '60, Y-teens 12, French Club 12, Latin Club 12, G.R.A, 12, arg, Dance Committee 12. REBECCA LARKIN DUNCAN Becky Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, If.H.A, 12, French Club 11, G.R,A. 10, 11, 12, Dance Committee 12. WALTER MASSEY DIINLAP III Wfalter Entered '58, NORMAN LEE DuPONT Norman D""'t"" Entered '58, French Club 11, Band 1o, 11, T1-trek io, 11. Duvall MELVIN MURPHY DURHAM Mel I' Entered '58, Choir 12. HOWARD MAREEN DUVALL III Howard 4, Entered '58, Homeroom Ollfrcer 10, 11, Honor Society 12, Ir. Marshal, wr Key Club 11, 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Band 10, 11, 12, Red Cross 10, Football 11, 12, J. V, 103 5 3 Co-Chairman Grounds Committee 12. Ili QE, SARA COTHRAN DWELI.E Sally 211 Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, Limelighters 11, G.R.A, 10, ll, 12, Dwelle A Committees: Dance 11, 12, Spirit 11. Ea t 2' ' '. 5 E. l, , 1 i ,,. ,A QQ git NANCY HILL EAST Nancy ' ' L 't-- ' - 2 Entered '58, Pen Pushers 11, 12, Y-teens 12, Choir 11, G.R.A. 10, , ,V C , 11, 12. 1 ' E , 1 , .v ,,., I i MARIA CECILIA EI-IRMAN Maria Entered '58, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. JO ANN ELLIOT ,Io Ann Entered '58, Homeroom Officer 10, 11, lvllllltlllg 11, Bus. Mgr, 12, l Girl Ambassadors 12, Mustang Club 12, Y-teens 10, 11, French Club Ehrman .LN 11, 12, .Latin Club 10, Orchestra 10, 11, 12, G.R.A. 10, ll, Commit- , l' tees: Spirit 11, Citizenship 11, 12. Ellim H ,He L , ,A W Q i , fx "VV I en- ' !' Page 67 A , L. gg ' A all - , J' 4 Seniors I , 292 ' 13 Q , gf ' ' V Q94 " iffy S g S 33, ' gf f ' 'F Q if--1 ' 1' 2 47, .P ' .vi 'f1?f?1' 1' f 3 il'i'i1?'3 I I , . S 2 . gd 4. 'C'f""'v u""' f W W . 11 41' , ., .3 c j . ,gf 54 'QITTW' A 1 ,. , 5 76,67 ' '11 ,, . , ..,,,.. ' , gf " V A . -' mai' 41.4. ,. ' u , .1 I 97 raft Q65 1 s- ' 9' 7 ai ' 3 , 1 Z4 , at 1 ,ff ,Q 1 51 fu- I Z 1 1 .grrf ' . . 1 . .2 fos 'fb'- fi my ., .nf 1 ff . 5 :I f 2, 'D , 'f M - ' w . v, '3 'fm 1 i ' - 11,75 J. e , W., 3 Lai I .4,. ms. si. . , 6.9. ,. ayil "1 41, ' a ,ac .,f,Jf"1Qfe. 5 u - Q inf! 'iv- il -gf-T I Elliott Ellis A. Elrod C. Elrod Farmer Farris Farthing Favor Finley Fodel Gantt Garrison Senior Delegates: Cynthia Blythe, Linda Orr, Girls, Stateg Mary Stella Leak, Mariana Kuester, Wildacresg Buddy DuB0se, Zan Copeland, and John White, Boys' State. CONSTANTINE JAMES ELLIOTT Deno Entered ,583 Monogram Club 11, 123 Choir 11, Pres. 123 Wfrestling 10,1l,123T1'aclc11. LLIGEORGIA ANN ELLIS Ann Entered '583 Student Council 10, 123 Y-teens 113 Latin Club IOQ C.R.A.10, 11,12. ANNE CRAIG ELROD Anne Entered ,583 Honor Society 123 Jr. Marshal3 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 12, V. P. 113 Latin Club 103 Red Cross 11. l23G.R.A. 10, 113 Committees: Dance 11, 123 Citizenship 12. CHARLES ELLISON ELROD AIR. Charles Entered V581 Honor Society 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 123 Baseball 10, 11, 123 Football 11, 123 I. V. 103 Pub. Rel. Committee 12. BERNICE DIVINE FARMER III Bernie Entered ,583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Officer 103 jr. Marshalg Engineers' Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Citizenship Committee 12. MARGARET STEVUART FARRIS Stewart Entered '58Q Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 123 French Club 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 10. JANE ELIZABETH FARTHING jane Entered ,581 Y-teens 10. 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 113 Pub. Rel. 12. CHARLES HENRY FAVOR Charles Entered -581 Homeroom Officer 123 Monogram Club 11, Pres. 123 Engineers' Club 11, 123 French Club III, Latin Club 103 Track 113 I. V, Basketball 103 Football 11, 1231. V. 10. XWILLIAM PINKNEY FINLEY Bill Entered '583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Otiicer 103 Mustang Club lo, 11, 123 Baseball io, 11, 1231. V. Basketball 103 J. V. Football 10. LILLIAN ELAINE FODEL Elaine Entered '58Q Y-teens 113 F.H.A. V. P. 11, Pres. 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A.10, 11, 12. BOBBIE JEAN GANTT Bobbie Jean Entered l58Q Homeroom Officer 113 Y-teens 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Majorette 123 Dance Committee 12. CAROL ANN GARRISON Carol Ann Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club ll, 123 G.R.A. 10, ll, 123 Majorette 11, 123 Committees: Citizenship 121 Spirit 12. Page 68 ROSS KEITH GATHINGS ROSS Entered '583 Band 10, 11. EDMOND RENALD GENOIS Ed Entered '58Q Student Council 123 Homeroom Otticer 10, 113 -Ir. Marshalg Key Club 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, Sec. 123 Latin Club 10, Red Cross 113 XXf'1'estling 10, 11, 123 J. V. Football 10. DEWEY ANDRELL GIBSON Andi' Entered ,581 Mustang Club lll Track 103 J. V. Basketball 103 Football 11, 1231. V. 10. MARSHALL BROXWN GILCHRIST Gilly Entered '593 Monogram Club 123 Vlfrestling 11, 123 Track 11, 12. PAMELA DOROTHY GLENSOR Pam Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 123 Y-teens 10, 11. 123 Latin Club lik Spanish Club 123 Choir 123 Red Cross 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Com- mittees: Citizenship 113 Handbook 123 Pub, Rel. 12. CYNTHIA CHAPMAN GRAHAM Cyndy Entered ,583 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Orchestra 103 G.R.A. 10, llQ Committees: Spirit 113 Dance 123 Citi- zenship 12. LAURENCE STARR GRAHAM Larry Entered ,581 Homeroom Oflicer 103 Mustang Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Basketball 123 J. V. 113 AI. V. Football 103 Athletic Committee Chairman 11, 12. HOXWARD E. GREENE FIR. Ted Entered ,603 Track 123 Football 12. RONALD EUGENE GREENE Ronnie Entered ,58Q Band 103 D.E. 113 12. VIAIWES THOMAS GREY ,lim Entered 'SSI Monogram Club 11, 121 lIUj.IlIILL'l'Si Club 11. 123 French Club ll, 123 Latin Club lIlQSWIITI11ll11g 10, 11, 12. SVSAN ELIZABETH GRIFFIN Susan Entered '583 Choir 123 G.R.A. 10, 11. NANCY JANE GRITBB Nancy Entered ,583 Homeroom Otliter 123 fVI1l1ltlIl,Q 11, Girls' Sports Editor 123 Honor Society 11, 123 jr. Marsl1al3 Girl Ambassadors 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 F.T.A, 10, V. P. 113 French Club 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Girls' Basketball 113 Committees: Citizenship 11, 123 Spirit 12. XX'ILl-IAM HARRISON GFERRANT Bill Entered .582 Engineers' Club 113 Orchestra 103 Swimming 113 A.F.S. Committee 12. PAMELA JANE GUTHRIE Pam Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 10. 113 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 10, Pres. 113 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, Pres. 123 Girls' Basketball 113 Pub. Rel, Committee 12. COLEMAN MOORE HAMBLEY Coleman Entered '58. XVILLIAM STENXIART HAMILTON Bill Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 11, 123 Choir 123 Football 11. CAROL FRANCES HAMMERSLEX' Carol Entered '583 G.R.A. 10. VC'ILLlAM GEREMAIN HANCOCK FIR. Gerry Entered 'SSL Student Council 123 A1wrSp1zrk 123 Monogram Club 10, ll, l2QF1'6I'lCl"l Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Band 10, 11, 12. Seniors Gathings Genois Gibson L. Graham H. Greene R. Greene Guerrant Guthrie Hambley Gilchrist Glensor C. Graham Grey Griffin Grubb Hamilton Hammersley Hancock 5- HI ago' Lwr ,E 9 ik 'Jaw Seniors 1 Fics l 'S 'ggi :wiv X Q '4'!I"'j'r e??ff"i,' tw- ff .1 2-Ti JE. ""w5"", ' aaa., f f .. 1f:..2. ,M- ,. QV- -um"""P' fum- -Qua- Hanes Harcharik Hardee Harkey J. Harris P. Harris R. Harris Hartley Heath Heeseman Hefelfinger HCIIIIS A member of the new Sophomore Advisory Council, made up of last year's Junior Marshals, Judy Adams teaches Alma Mater to sophomore homeroom. ALEX STEPHEN HANES Steve Entered '60g Homeroom Ofhcer 12g Engineers Club 123 Latin Club 12g XXfrestling 12. THOMAS ALLEN HARCHARIK A1 Entered '59L Wfrestling 11. ALDRIDGE KIRK I-IARDEE III Bo Entered '58. MARY PERMELIA HARKEY Permelia Entered '581Y-teens 10, 11, 12g F.H.A. 11, V. P. 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10g G.R.A. 10, 11, 12g Dance Committee 11, 12. .IOI-IN DAVID HARRIS John Entered 585 Monogram Club 11, 12g Red Cross 10, 11, 12g Track 10, 11, 12g LI. V. Football 10. PATRICIA DAWN HARRIS Pat Entered '58g Y-teens 10, 113 F.H.A. 10, 11g Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. IO, 11, IZ. ROBERT KENNETH HARRIS Ken Entered '58. . THOMAS HENDRIX HARTLEY AIR. Tom Entered '581 Monogram Club 12g French Club 11, 12g Golf 10, 11, 12g Dance Committee 12. MELVA LANE HEATH Melva Entered '581 Homeroom Othcer 11, 123 Choir 10, 11g G.R,A, 11, 12g Dance Committee 12. ELIZABETH BRANTLEY HEESEMAN Betsy Entered '59g Homeroom Officer 113 Girl Ambassadors Club 12 g Y-teens 11, 12g G.R.A. 11, 12g Committees: Dance 11g Citizenship 12. DANIEL TUCKER HEFELFINGER Danny Entered '58g Engineers' Club 121 Latin Club 103 Committees: Dance 121 Spirit 12. PATRICIA LOUISE HELMS Pat Entered '59: Y-teens 11. Page 70 MARY SHEPARD HENDERSON Shep Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, G.R.A. 11, 12, Committees: Citizenship 11, Dance 12. JANIE MARIE HENRY Janie' Entered '58, Y-teens 11, F.H.A. 12, Spanish Club 12, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. SARAH LEILIA HERRING Sarah Entered '58, Student Council 10, Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, V. P. 12, Mustang Club 10, 11, 12, French Club 12, Treas. 11, Choir 12, Lime- lighters 10, G.R.A. 10, 11, V, P. 12, J. V. Cheerleader 10. GAYLE SUSAN HESTON Gayle Entered '58, Choir 11, 12, G.R.A. 12, Spirit Committee 12. DAVID MICHAEL HILL Mike Entered '58, JERRY GENE HILTON Jerry Entered '58. JANET LOUISE HINES Janet Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, F.H.A. 11, 12, French Club 10, 12, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Dance Committee 11, 12. WILLIAM CARL HINSON Bill Entered '58, Student Council 11, Homeroom Ollicer 10, 12, J. V. Foot- ball 10. LUCY ELIZABETH HITCI-ICOCK Beth F.T.A. 1.1, 12, Entered '58, Pen Pushers 11, 12, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. NICHOLAS HAIRSTON HOBBIE JR. Entered '58, Engineers' Club 12, Spanish Club 12. CLARENCE VU. I-IOBBS Entered '58. CAROL JEAN HOLDEN Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Choir G. R. A. 10, 11, 12, Committees: Dance 11, Spirit 12. ROBERT RAYMOND HOLDER Entered '59, Band 11, 12, Orchestra 11. XVILLIAM VUALTER HOLLIFIELD 11 Nick Hank Carol .131 Bob Bill Entered '58, Monogram Club 11, 12, I-li-Y 11, 12, W1'estling 10, 11, 12, Track 10, Football 12, J. V. 10. JUNE MARRIOTT HOPKINS June Entered '59, Girl Ambassadors Club 12, Mustang Club 12, French Club 11, 12, Cheerleader 12, G.R.A. 11, Committees: Spirit 11, Dance 12, Pub. Rel, 12. FRANK MACKEY Houon skipper Entered '58, Engineers' Club 11, 12. IVIICHAEL HOGUE HOUSTON Mike Entered '58, Monogram Club 12, Baseball 10, Track 11, 12, Football 11, J. V. 10. PATRICIA JOAN HOUT Entered '58, Pen Pushers 12, Latin Club 10, 11, G.R.A. 11, 12 Committee 11. Seniors Henderson Henry Herring Hines Hinson Hitchcock Holder Hollifield Hopkins on A' wr,:"" QNQQ: ,, ,- " l, ,,, 1 . ,.f.,.cX , R if --" ,s- INXS Heston Hill Hilton Hobbie Hobbs Holden Hough Houston . Hout 1 A 'J R 'SA ' 'av "we, Q'-'D' -M' R f, , as 5 1 , V? X ,Q x N 4 1 V f bs., E 1 . , ,E 2 Pat Spirit 1 3' it ' as if I 5' ga if if . . u, PM-ar fi.. f i' it o I I - ' 1 3 'U'- 4' es- , gf , . ' ,.,f . A g, 1 "' 1 XX'I1.I.IAM BIICHAEL HOVIS Billie Entered SS. EDWARD STEVENS HOWIE Eddie Entered '58, Homeroom Othcer 10, 113 XVrestlin,u 10, Tratk 10, J. V. Football 101 Committees: Dante 121 Spirit 12. ROBERT STEXX'AR'l' HOVUIE Bobby Entered '58g XX'restlin,u 121 Tratlc 12. MARY ANN HVBBARD Mary Ann Entered '53, Y-teens 12, French Club 11, 123 Band 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 121 Dance Committee 12. TITNIOTHY DOUGLAS HITDDLESTON Tim Entered '591 DE. 11, 12. PATRICIA ANN HUFF Patsy Entered '58g Homeroom Officer 121 Y-teens 10, 11, Frenth Club 123 Latin Club 1t1,G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Committees: Dance 111Pub. Rel. 12. THOMAS ALEXANDER HUFFAKER Alex Entered '58, Honor Sotiety 12g Band 10, 11, 12, Orchestra 11, 12. PEGGY ANNE HULL Peggy Entered QSRQ Y-teens 10, 11, 12, F.H.A. 12, ,French Club 11. 12, G.R.A. 10. 11, 12g Committees: Spirit 11 Q Dance 12. EDXWIN SCOTT HYSLER Ed Entered 593 Choir 123 Limelighters 12. PAMELA ANN INDERFURTH Pam Entered '581 Y-teens 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Dance Committee 11, 12. JON CHARLES JACKSON jon Entered '58g Engineers' Club 12g Spanish Club 12. PAUL JOHANSEN Smokey Entered '58, CONSTANCE DEANNE JOHNSON Deanne Entered '581 Homeroom Oihcer 10, 113 F.H.A. Sec. 12, French Club 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Dance Committee 12. FINLEY HERMAN JONES Fig Entered '59. FLEMINC1 HOLCOMBE JONES Fleming Entered 581 Homeroom Officer 10, 11g Cross Country 11. JOHN LAURENCE JONES III Larry Entered '58g Engineers' Club 123 Spanish Club 12. MARY FRANCES JONES Mary Frances Entered '58, Homeroom Officer 103 Pen Pushers 123 French Club 11, 123 Spanish Club 10g Red Cross 12g G.R.A. 11, 12. RUSSELL EDWARD JONES Russell Entered '58g Student Council 103 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, Mono- gram Club 10, 11, 123 Tennis 10, 11, 12. Seniors Hovis E. Howie R. Howie Hubbard Huddleston Huff Huffaker Hull Hysler lnderfurth Jackson Johansen Johnson F. H. Jones F. H. Jones J. Jones M. Jones R. Jones 7 'S , , , 5 As.. A . A QV , 4... 1' 4 "MS 'M-Q... 1 in ,.,a4"' le., Q vu -e:."1' 'X x A EZ. A i Mariana Kuester and Tinka Lee rehearse Follies routine for directors, Paul Barefoot and Joey Sherrillg writers, Gerry Han- cock and Trey Snepp. KENNETH ROBERTS JORDAN Ken Entered '5S3 Homeroom Otiicer 10, 11, 123 French Club 123 J. V. Football 10. DONALD STUART KALEEL Donnie Entered V583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Otlicer 10, 113 Mono- gram Club 123 Engineers' Club 123 Latin Club 123 Band 103 Basket- ball 11, 123 J. V. 103 Athletic Committee 12. FRANCES ANNE KENDRICK Anne Entered '58Q Mznnmg 11, Treas. 123 Y-teens 10, 11. 123 French Club 113 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Spirit llg Handbook 123 Dance 12. CLAUDIA VIRGINIA KERNS Claudia Entered '583 Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 11, 123 F.H.A. 113 123 French Club 10, 113 Limelighters 123 G.R.A. 10, 11. 12. ANNE META KESSARIS Meta Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 123 Pen Pushers 11, V. P. 123 F.H.A. 11,123G.R.A.10,11,12. MARRENA KIRKPATRICK Marrena Entered '583 Choir 123 G.R.A. 10, 11. MICHAEL LYNN KNIGHT Mike Entered '58. MARIANA HANCOCK KL'ESTER Mariana Entered '583 Student Council 11, 123 Homeroom Oliicer 103 Girl Am- bassadors 123 Mustang Club 123 Y-teens 10. 12, Pres. Ili French Club 103 Spanish Club 123 Choir 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Flag Bearer 123 Committees: Spirit 113 Pub. Rel. Co-Chairman 12. JOYCE ANN LAMBERT Joyce Entered ,583 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 F.H.A. 10, 113 Limelighters 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Dance Committee 12. JUDY ANN LAMBETH Judy Entered ,583 Pen Pushers 123 G,R.A. 10, 12. MARY CAROLYN LANCASTER Mary Entered '593 Y-teens 123 Latin Club 103 G,R.A. 10, 123 Dance Com- mittee 12. MARY LEILA LANE Leila ered 58 Yteens 10 11 GRA I c.,Ul'I'lII1lftQC' S I1 11 Pub Rel 2 Page 73 Jordan Kalecl Kendrick Kerns Kessaris Kirkpatrick Knight Kuester Lambert Lambeth Lantaslcr L.-inc Seniors ZS A I? K .W I'. 'T " Xefyilaif.. .17 f .f fl "WL ., . 'X ip ' fx .UM iw? .ttyl J af . 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Lane Layton Leak Lee Lewis Ligon Lindeman Lindsay Lineberger Linker Liule Littlefield Co-Chairman Frances Pierce models for Cap and Gown Com- mittee: Bud Palmer, Larry Graham, Co-Chairman Jay Rogers, and Doug Caldwell. VIRGINIA CAROLE LANE Carole Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Mustang Club 10, Sec. 11, Pres. 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 J. V. Cheerleader 103 Committees: Spirit 113 Dance 11, 12. DAVID ALBERT LAYTON David Entered '593 French Club 12. MARY STELLA LEAK Mary Stella Entered '583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 123 Myer- Sfmrk 10, 11, Co-Editor 123 Honor Society 123 Girl Ambassadors 11, 123 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 12, V. P. llg Latin Club 10, Spanish Club lli G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Pub. 113 Dance 11, 12. LINDA VALERIE LEE Tinka Entered '58, Mustang Club 11. 123 Y-teens 10, 111 French Club 12. Pres. 113 Latin Club 103 Red Cross ll, Majorette 11, Head 123 Com- mittees: Spirit 10, 123 Dance 11, 123 Citizenship 11. GORDON BRYSON LEXXIIS Bryson Entered '593 Engineers' Club 11, 123 Spanish Club 11. KATHERINE ANN LIGON Kathe Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 123 F.H.A, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 101 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Dance Committee 11, 12. DAVID IVIARLEY LINDEMAN Dave Entered 583 Choir 10, 11, 123 Tratiic Committee 10, 11. MARY LEE LINDSAY 'Mary Entered '59g Y-teens 12. XWILLIAM MONROE LINEBERGER Bill Entered 583 Student Council ll, Homeroom Oiiicer 103 Engineers' Club 123 Track 11, 12. HENRIETTA LINKER Henrie Entered '58g F.H,A. 123 French Club ll, Choir 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 12. LINDA ELAINE LITTLE Linda Entered '583 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Pub. Rel. Committee 12. DIANNE BURNS LITTLEFIELD Dianne Entered '58, Homeroom Officer 101 Y-teens 10. 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Choir 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 11, 123 Citizenship 11. Page 74 MARY MALINDA LOBDELL lNIalinda Entered '58g Student Council 11, 123 A'I1t-'rSfv.n'k 123 Honor'Socicty 11. 123 jr. Marshalg Girl Ambassadors 12, Y-teens 10, 113 Latin Club 10, 11, Pres. 123 Orchestra 10, 11, 123 Lettergirl 123 Committees: Citizen- ship ll, Welccwming Co-Chairman 12. MARGARET ANNE LONG Anne Entered ,SSQ Pen Pushers 11, Sec. 123 Y-teena 103 G.R.A. 10, 12. ROBERT LEE LOOPER Entered '58. MARSHA PAVLETTE LOVE Entered l58Q Mzzrfrzzzg 123 Pen Puahers 10, 11,123G.R.A.10,11,12. WILSON TRUMAN LOVE JR. Entered '58. NANCY POSTON LUCAS V. P. 11, Pres. Bobby Marsha 123 F.H.A. Truman Nancy Entered '583 French Club 10, 11, 123 Red Cross 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. DOUGLAS MOORE MADDOCK Doug Entered l5SQ Monogram Club 10, 11, 123 XXf'i'estling 10, 11, 123 Ll. V. Football 103 Spirit Committee 12. LONNIE BAIN MANN Lonnie Entered '583 Engineers' Club 113 Latin Club 103 Spanish Club 123 Red Cross 12, Treas. 113 Citizenship Committee 12. NANCY JANES MARPLE Nancy Entered ,582 Honor Society 123 Y-teens 11, 123 F.T.A. Ill Spanish Club 11, 123 G.R.A. 10. 11, 123 Dance Committee 12. THOMAS STYLES MARSHALL Tommy Entered i5SQT'It1111L'l't1U111 Officer 10, llgliey Club 11, 12 3 Mustang Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, Pres. 123 Latin Club 10, 11, 123 Athletic Com- mittee 1 1. BARBARA Sl 'E MARTIN B.1rb.1ra Entered 'SSL Homeroom Otlicer 10, Ilg Girl Ambamadoiw 123 Mua- tang Club 11, 123 Y-tecns 10, 11, 123 French Club 121 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Cliecrlcader 11, 123 I.ettergirl 103 Spirit Commit- tee ll, CU-Cl1.il1'l11.lIl 12. XX'AYNIE LOIIIS INIARTIN Xxfayne Entered 58. PATRICIA ANN IVIARNXIITZ Patsy Entered -591 Pen Ptimlieis 123 Y-tcena 123 G.R.A. 11, 12. ,IAMES ANSON INIASCHO III Jimmy Entered '593 Monogram Club 11, 123 Choir 123 Baseball 113 Football 11, IZ. JEAN CRAIG MASON Entered '583 AIV1't'l'Sf7tlI'l9 103 Y-teens 10, 113 lf.T.A. Treas. 113 Lime- lighters 10, Treas. 113 Red Cross 10, 113 G, R. A. 10, 11, 123 Com- mittees: Spirit 113 Pub. 11. Craig HARRY FORD MCARVER Entered V581 Mustang Club 123 Engineers' Club 11, Treas. 123 Latin Club 1o,B1mt1 111, 11. Harry ROBERT BRL 'CE McCLL7RE Entered ,581 Student Council 113 Ivionogram Club 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Football 10, 11, Captain 123 Grounds Committee 12, Bruce GERALDINE ANNE MQDONALD Jerri Entered 'SRQ Homeroom Oflicer 10, 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, ll, Committees: Spirit 113 Pub. Rel. 12. Seniors Lobdell Long Looper M. Love W. Love Lucas Maddock Mann Marple Marshall B. Martini YV. Martini Marwitz Mascho Mason MeArver McClure McDonald s .X Q ,V . ,V . H4 Q . . .' wt fire '.'3 1' W' 1 Q -Z. -e:'Z.."'3'x , .... .. J 'I' .333 'FEW' Hr 1 , .AZ fN4..,f-f4-.,.. -I 1 ' 1-igvuf K 3 501 . f Ji ' ' R if dir few? ' ofa. f rf? W N1 M12 f ff 3255 -.ddr-5 1- I '. I ,I .I ,. 5 mi . K1 . at , Ng?----r ,A I ' ,... A 1 f I Pwmiww Pity , ,al -QQ V95 X v uw, A-5 Seniors tif.. I iw- 3 , . -- 5' I' 45,5 53 I Mm T.. - . I . ,A - ,fain ,Q '- 1 av ' fr. H I ., W! 4 SQ Hfzf " 1 iff: 1 1 . f - -'1 VW .V 245 1.5-. 13- I ,g if 1 Q " we-A11 3 ' M-,2. - I f :ff N. I ,W gn,-., har is.. I ju . J., um :E l., Z 3 , ,JW , f 1 f 1 1-.f ,, ,f 'W Q f. W 1 .ff M, f W ff! f 4 f X 1 1 7 X e""Q0" fkfff Aff! "im" ,ff J ' ' f5f'5fi1j" ,. f 3. .V-11. V Sf. lk. W I., Q . .- ffgqvyylf 'I' , I f -7' dflg - , lf. 141 Q pe--.. . MK? Q ,ff 3 . 'ish 'I . ..- 1 1'2" were 2 'S' 'nt' ' W' K! Q . Y , -'Wifi X 1, 4 McFadden IVIeIver lVIeKinnon McLeod lVIclVIanus lVIeNeal McNeill Melvin Mercer Miller Mills Minor '3 Ed Adams and Freddy Wood, Invitations Committee Co-Chain men, with ,Io Ann Elliot, June Hopkins, and Dot Poole prepare invitations for distribution. MARY ELLIOTT MtEADDEN Mary Entered 'Gill G.R.A. 12. NANCY SHARON MLIVER Sharon Entered '55-13 Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 103 F.H.A. llQ Erenth Club 10, 113G.R,A.10,11,12, HARRY ALEXANDER MQKINNON Alex Entered '583 Honor Sotiety 123 jr. Marshalg Engineers' Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Basketball 123 VI. V. 10, 11. DONALD DAVID MLLEOD Don Entered '5S. MILDRED LOl'ISE MLMANVS Millie Entered '583 Y-teens llQ G.R.A. 11, PEGGY LYNNE MtNEA1. Peggy Entered -583 AfIrw'Sjm1'i 10, 11, Bus, Mgr. 123 Mustang Club 11, l.2Q Y-teens 10, 113 Spanish Club llQ Red Croas 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. ALICE GIBSON INICNEILI. Alice Entered '591 Homeroom Otliter 103 Latin Club 10, 123 Choir 10, 123 Orchestra 10, Sec.-Treas. 123 G.R.A. 10, 123 Girl Ambassadors 12. -IEAN ELIZABETH MELVIN jean Entered '581Bi11"1Ll 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. FRITZ YOVNG MERCER Fritz Entered '593 Xwrestling 11, 12. RONALD XX'EBSTER INIILLER Ronald Entered '583 il1rerSfr.n',6 103 Engineers' Club 123 Latin Club 103 Spanish Club 123 Red Cross 123 Dance Committee 12. HANNAH SCOTT MILI,S Scottie Entered 'SSL Y-teens 123 O,R.A. 10, 11. 123 Dante Committee 12. NANNETTE KIACKSON MINOR Entered 'SSQ Home-room Othcer 123 M 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 103 Cheerleader 11. Nannette ubtang Club 10, 11, 123 Choir Page 76 ROBERT HAWKINS MOBLEY Bob Entered '583 Monogram Club 11, 123 Swimming 10, 11, 12. PATRICIA ANN MONCKTON Pam Entered '593 Y-teens 11, 123 Red Cross 11, 123 G.R.A. 11, 12. JENNIE MARIAN MOORE Jennie Entered ,58QMIlJ'lz1lI,2 123 Honor Society 123 Y-teens 10, 11, Treas. 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Citizenship Committee 11, 12. MARILYN THOMAS MOORE Marilyn Entered '58, Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 10, 113 Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 113 Citizenship 12. PAROLA LORENE MOORE Lorene Entered '58g Pen Pushers 123 Latin Club 11, 123 G.R,A. 10, 11, 123 Spirit Committee 12. GEORGIE ANN MORRISON Ann Entered '583 I-lomeroom Officer 103 Y-teens 11, 123 French Club 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Citizenship Committee 12. MICHAEL WAYNE MOTTER Mike Entered '58. BETTY JEAN MULLIS Betty ,lean Entered ,581 Homeroom Officer 113 Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, ll, 123 Committees: Citizenship llg Spirit 12. KATHERINE AUBREY MUNFORD Kay Entered '58, F.H,A. 123 F.T.A, 123 Spanish Club 123 Limelighters 123 QRA.m,u,m. MARTHA MATTHENWS MUNROE Pat Entered '593 Homeroom Oliicer 123 French Club 123 G.R.A. 11, 12. BRENDA LEE MURPHY Brenda Entered '58, MARGARET NELL MYERS Peggy Entered '583 Choir ll, 123 G.R.A. 10, 12. SUSAN GAIL NAUMOFF Susan Entered '583 Student Council 103 Homeroom Officer lll Mll.lltlIl,Q 10, 113 Y-teens 10, 113 Latin Club 103 Spanish Club 11, V. P. 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Citizenship 123 Welccmming 12. CLIFTON NEAL -IR. Clifton Entered '583 D.E. 11, 12. NANCY LOUISE NEWELL Nancy Entered '583 D.E. 11, 12. SARA FRANCES NEWMAN Sally Entered '58, Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. 123 D.E. 11, 12. MARY PAGE NEWTON Mary Entered '58, D.E. 11, 12. JO ANN OETZMAN -Io Ann Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 11, 123 Honor Society 11, 123 Y-teens 11, 123 F.H.A. 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club IOL G.R.A. 11, '12. Seniors .1 4 M. Moore P. Moore Morrison Munroe Murphy Myers Newman Newton Oetzman My L I: Y ' i . Haw '!r"'Y ,ns C 3' Q see 1 5 f ' C-Si?2fi:'x -2 .ze ' Q ff ee A , N F Ms f f I' f Q 5' NW. eeepffwr Mobley Monckton J. Moore Motter Mullis Munford Naumoll' Neal Newell ..maffxef2 A 'ffl " if fr. L' ,V ' 1 'vfjgw W f 4 ' WN, 7 A 424 ' we-. . . ' 1 7- izffdfftf , 4' A 2517 31 X, S 3 f' u, 1? J 3 'Q ' il' " mkfw f1Q?L3QQMf rw Qgg' i ' , , , 3 , , ,e,,Q,i.:A,g-vQ,.f, V ,.:,:..1f:f,.:?g: Tw I' . ta ,wat ee: if .M 1, 4 ,'.,,.o-f' 57" wif me mmm, vid JH"- LINDA ORR Linda Entered '583 Student Council 121 Class Officer 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12: Honor Society 11, 123 -Ir. Marshalg Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, 123 Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 Y-teens 10, 12, Sec. ll, Latin Club 11, V. P. 103 Orchestra 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 12, Sec. 113 Cheerleader 123 -I. V. 103 Committees: Spirit Il, Dance Co-Chairman 12. MARTA SUSANA ORTIZ Marta Entered '6OQ Student Council 123 Girl Ambassadors 123 Mustang Club 121 Y-teens 123 F.H.A. 123 French Club 12, Spanish Club 123 A.F.S. Exchange Student, Canning 1978, Buenos Aires, Argentina. REBECCA ELIZABETH OTTS Becky Entered '58Q Y-teens 11, l2Q Latin Club 10, 113 Orchestra 10, 11, l2Q Red Cross 123 G.R.A. 11, 123 Spirit Committee 12. GLORIA CLEMENTS OWEN Gloria Entered ,592 Homeroom Officer 11, 123 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 12, Treas. Ili French Club 113 G.R.A. 11, 123 Lettergirl 123 Dance Committee 11, 123 Girl Ambassadors 12. LAURA ELIZABETH OWENS Sibby Entered ,582 Student Council 113 Y-teens IOL Spanish Club 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. CHARLES JUDSON PALMER Bud Entered '58, Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Mustang Club 11, 123 Mono- gram Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Spanish Club 123 Wfrestling 123 Track 11, 123 Football 11, 123 J, V. 103 Pub. Rel. Committee 12. JOSEPHINE PARHAM PATTERSON Entered '583 Student Council 123 Xvlzzrfrnzg 11, Classes Editor Honor Society 11, 123 jr. Marshal3 Girl Ambassadors 123 Y-teens 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10, 11, 123 Red Cross G.R.A. 10, 12, Council 113 Committees: A.F.S. llg Handbook Co-Chairman 12. NANCY ANN PEARCY Nancy Entered '58Q Y-teens ll, French Club 123 G.R.A. 11, 12. GRACE LeNOIR PEARSALL LeNoir Entered '583 Choir 10, 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 12. GAIL WESLEY PEARSON Gail Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 103 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 123 Latin Club 113 Spirit Committee 12. JUDITH LOUISE PEARSON Judy Entered '583 Y-teens 10, Spanish Club 10, Sec. 113 D.E, 11, Pres. 12. ROBERT ALFRED PEARSON Bob Entered '583 Band 10, 113 J. V. Football 10. HUBERT ALBERT PERALTA JR. Happie Entered ,58Q Student Council 123 Murtfnzg 113 Mustang Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Spanish Club 11, Treas. 12g Limelighters 11, V. P, 123 Committees: Dance ll, Pub. Rel. Co-Chairman 12. KARLA ANN PERRY Karla Entered '603 Pen Pushers 12. LARRY JAY PETREA Larry Entered '583 French Club 11, 12g Orchestra 10, 11. CAROLYN JOAN PFAFF Carolyn Entered '603 Y-teens 123 Limelighters 123 G,R.A. 123 Dance Commit- tee 12. DAVID NELSON PFOHL David Entered l58Q Student Council 10, 113 Honor Society 11, 123 Chief Jr. Marshal3 Key Club 10, 11, Pres. 12g Hi-Y Pres. 10, Sec, 113 Orchestra 10, ll, Basketball 11, 123 J. V. 103 Citizenship Committee Co-Chair- man 11. JEAN WHEELER PHARR Jeannie Entered '583 Honor Society 123 Jr. Marshal3 Mustang Club 11, 123 Yrteens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Spirit 113 Citizenship 12g Dance 12. Seniors Orr Ortiz Otts Owen Owens Palmer Patterson Pearcy Pearsall G. Pearson J. Pearson R. Pearson Peralta Perry Petrea Pfaff Pfohl Pharr Z1 f 1 f W Q gt f f .gap-J J ., my 1 my f f . , f I .f-'af' f9y,.,,.1.if. A f- s wf-:H ,E .' , -,f 4, f 3, I 4 ., ..., , Mag. ,,,,2 , it 1. , , , VW if 2 f , -' .V 7 H 1 1- . 1 3 ar, 1 E -7 f " . ' ,Q f ,i ' M' f rf-an , f ,. , , I " W fa ,. , f 1. . : ir W? ta. ' ' t , . . . f N ,.- ' CT f Z, . , -N .2 WSE A I K ,M-t is are Q- ,, . f A , ' ' ' X L aa fn in M, ' , "' ' 'we f Wy a 3 f Saw I ' X 'f Q 9 ,ff - mxmm W f M M I .-n 31 "" la sv ' 'W-25' ' juff ' n I it Diploma Committee Co-Chairmen John Alexander and Peggy Stokes, Ted Greene, ,Io Patterson, Way'iie Place, and Marti Ross glance at 1961 diploma. FRANCES ALLEN PIERCE Frances Entered '58g Student Council llg Y-teens 10, 11, 121 F.'1',A. 111 French Club 11, 121 Red Cross 10, 11, 121 G.R.A. 10, Ill Commit- tees: Spirit lll Dance 12. CAROLINE JEAN PILCHER Caroline Entered '581 Homeroom Officer 121 Y-teens 10, 121 French Club 11, 121 Latin Club 101 Orchestra 10, V. P. 11, Pres. 121 G.R.A, lli Lettergirl 11, Head 121 Committees: Citizenship 121 Dance 12. JEFFREY XWAYNE PLACE Wliyne Entered '581 Homeroom Officer 121 Honor Society 121 Engineers' Club 121 French Club 121 Red Ci-oss 111 'rr-ack io, 11, 12. MORTON ALAN POLIAKOFF blorton Entered ,58Q Baseball 12. DOROTHY AGNES POOLE Dot Entered '581 Student Council 101 Homeroom Othcer lll Mustang Club 10, 11, 121 Y-teens 10, ll1 Spanish Club 121 Orchestra 10, 11, 121 G.R.A. 10, 11, 121 Committees: Dance 111 Pub. Rel. 12. DAVID LEBRON POPE David Entered .581 Engineers' Club 121 Choir 101 NXfrestling 10. SARAH BROXWN PORTER Sarah Entered ,581 Homeroom Orhcer 10, IIQ Mustang Club 11, 121 Latin Club 10, llQ French Club 121 Red Cross 101 G.R.A. 10, Council 11. 121 Pub. Rel. Committee 12. JOHN FRANK POTTS Frank Entered '58, CLIFFORD ALEXANDER PRESLEY JR. Cliff Entered '60. MICHAEL SIMON PRESSMAN Mike Entered '58. LESLIE NEAL PURIFOY Leslie Entered '581 French Club 10, 11, 121 Choir 12. JOHN ALAN PURVIS Alan Entered '581 F.T.A. 121 Engineers' Club 11, 121 Latin Club 101 Red Cross 10, 12, V. P. llf, Citizenship Committee 12. Page 79 Pierce Pilch er Place Poliakoff Poole Pope Porter Potts Presley Pressman Purifoy Purvis Seniors .T V, Ar- Q Q, .,,. if'...""'f fa. -:ga J, ,K , V , he A ve' fair' X f f f ., I I , 4, wr! I 'FN I -.:,. 4. , bu cm "lnfq.,.. M x ' ,X si it ' IIN.. 2 qw' - 4 ' . 9'4', f VX 1 X X 1 5, ' 'mfg i in ,ff ,. ' Ni ,A 'F Q' ' es- 1 1' , x ' I A V 1 , 7' A 'fe A ' 4 35" if ' , ' .f gl- it , rg, Q A f M I N 1 4 WA ' Q New-9 Q rf 2 X1 -M ze ., s 1 . +s-.vaiswf sf, ef fi ii tirbw' A Seniors , . ,fe HQ-2 fvt I9 x I 'VW 1' 7 fw- I f I ' .rf 1 .V W, ,P . A zffff7", , Z I V - , Q . 'lift . fi 1 K kr Zikluw f ., , Q--rv f J' ' R 1 , ' rw S, 'UN 5 . QL. ,1 E A X'-' i .W-:'a:1',2 fm' i .1 bi ' I 1 ' Lx,:,1H '51 ll If ' A 4 3 if Eli L1 Raff Randall Rayburn Rea Reed Reid Reinstein Rembert Rice Richardson Roberson Robertson Gift Committee members, Shep Henderson, Co-Chairmen Denise DuBose and John Crosby, and Susan Naumoif inspect a. former class gift. LOIS ELIZABETH RAFF Lois Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, l2Q Honor Society 12, French Club 10, 11, V. P. 123 Orchestra 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Dance Com- mittee 12. PHILIP HOUSTON RANDALL Phil Entered '59. JAMES TUCKER RAYBURN Jimmy Entered .583 Limelighters 123 Red Cross 10, 11. JAMES HENRY REA F Jimmy Entered '58g Limelighters. 11, 12. CHARLES HARMON REED Entered '58Q Monogram Club 10, 11, 123 French Club 113 Band 10, 11, 123 Orchestra 11, 12. Harmon ARTHUR RONALD REID Ronnie Entered '593 Homeroom Officer l2Q Engineers' Club 12. RONALD MARCUS REINSTEIN Ronnie Entered 158, D.E. 11, 12. SHIRLEY ANN REMBERT Shirley Entered .583 Y-teens 113 G.R,A. 10, 11, 12, Dance Committee 10, 11, 12. ROBERT JOHN RICE Robert Entered '58, Engineers' Club 11, 123 Spanish Club 12. ELIZABETH WATT RICHARDSON Betty Entered '59Q Student Council 113 Y-teens 11, IZ, French Club 11, 122 Choir 123 G.R.A. 113 Dance Committee 12. oris PERCY ROBERSON Pffky Entered '583 Homeroom Officer ll, French Club 121 Latin Club IOQ Choir IZQ Football 11, IZQ J. V. 10. LAURA DEAN ROBERTSON Laura Entered '60. Page 80 MARY LOUISE ROBERTSON Mary Louise Entered '583 French Club 123 Choir 11, 123 Limelighters 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Dance Committee 11, 12. VERNON JOSEPH ROBINSON Vernon Entered '583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Otiicer ll, Honor Society 11, 123 Engineers' Club 123 French Club 11, Sec. 123 Latin Club 10, Tennis 10, 11, 12. RICHARD LEE ROCHESTER Richard Entered '58, JOHN PATRICK ROGAN john Entered '583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Officer 113 Hi-Y 11, 123 French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 103 Dance Committee 12. JAY PATRICK ROGERS Jay Entered '583 Student Council 123 Homeroom Otlicer 11, 123 Key Club 10, 11, 123 Hi-Y 11, 12, V. P. 103 Latin Club 10, 113 Choir 123 Orchestra 10, 11, 123 Track 10, 11, 121 Football 10, 11, 123 Grounds C0-Chairman 12. THOMAS FRANKLIN ROGERS Butch Entered '583 Engineers' Club lll French Club 113 Wfrestling 11, 12. ELIZABETH LOUISE ROSS Betty Entered '593 French Club 123 G.R.A. 11, 123 A.F.S. Committee 12. MARTHA AVEREAUX ROSS Marti Entered '583 Honor Society 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 113 Committees: Spirit 11, Dance 12. MARY LYNDA ROSS Lynda Entered '603 Homeroom Officer 123 French Club 12. NANCY THORNE ROLIZER Nancy Entered '583 Student Council 103 Homeroom Othcer ll, 123 Mustang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 10, ll, Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 103 Cheerleacler ll, 123 J. V. io. SARAH ELLEN RIIPPRECHT Sally Entered '58g Honor Society 11, V. P. 123 Latin Club 103 Orchestra 10, ii, 12. CHARLES GAYLE RIIST Charles Entered '583 Engineers' Club 123 French Club 11, 123 Committees: Dance 113 Spirit 12. PATRICIA ANN RYAN Pat Entered '593 Y-teens 113 F.H.A. 123 Limelighters 11, 123 Dance Com- mittee 12. RICHARD BERTON SARGENT Richard Entered '583 Homeroom Officer 123 Honor Society 11, Pres. 123 Jr. Marshal3 Key Club 11, 123 Engineers' Club 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Orchestra 10, 113 Wfrestling 11, 123 Track 103 Athletic Committee 11, 12. NANCY HTTLBERT SAIISSY Nan Entered '603 Choir 123 G.R.A. 12. HERBERT CHARLES SCHOOF Carl Entered '58, Spanish Club 11, 123 Choir 103 Band 10. ,ll'NE LATIMER SCOTT june Entered '583 Pen Pushers 11, 123 G.R.A. 10, 11. ALBIN BRADFORD SEARS Bradford Entered '60. Seniors Robertson Robinson Rochester Rogan J. Rogers T. Rogers E. Ross M. A. Ross IVI. L. Ross Rouzer Ruppreeht Rust Ryan Sargent Saussy School' Scott Sears at ,, .ifb-Pvc f f " " find ' 1 M, XP' , W K , , A 1 S "" -X Q, ' .32 A 55: ,mf ., ,W . , c cc t lf wi: .,v, - Fi ' '2' . ' I 2. 1 . f':-safer? U Q 1 at . . 3 we 2 tl' I J f -, 7' ffm. . Q X L . 7"""W " ,Zi PM-1... WP H9 44" 59" tm- Seniors ,. I' . . W 'ir . 'S I R ir f i l 1 S....,,,,. 4475 wks., 'E ,. Q gy 'j.Q'f' . IHH' - wif wa-' I Q l " -. o I 105 Q Q 45: ,J 1, ...s . Segrest Selby Shaekelford Shaffer Sharpe A. Shaw C. Shaw L. Shaw Shelton Sherrill Shields Shull hu., Banquet Committee Co-Chairman Ronald Miller and members, Permelia Harkey, and Peggy Anderson, plan to decorate the cafeteria for the senior banquet. DONNA LEE SEGREST Donna Entered '58g Pen Pushers 11, 123 Y-teens 113 123 French Club 11, 123 G.R.A. IU, ll, lf. XX'lLLIAM ELLEDGE SELBY Bill Entered '58, WILLIAM HERRING Sl-IACKELFORD Bill Entered 'SSL Homeroom Oihcer 123 Honor Society 123 Mustang Club 123 Hi-Y 123 Latin Club 103 Band 10, 11, 123 Orchestra 123 Swim- ming 12. 111D1'rH CAROL SHAFFER A Judy Entered 593 Student Countil 113 Latin Club 11, 123 G.R.A. 11. LINDA LEE SHARPE Linda Entered V581 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 D.E. 11312. ALAN PAGE SHAW' Alan Entered '581 Homeroom Othcer 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Spanish Club 123 Golf 10, 11, 123 Al. V. Basketball 10. CLARENCE RAYMOND SHAXW Ray Entered ISSQ Homeroom Officer 103 Choir 123 Baseball 10, 11, 12, LAXWRENCE MQRAE SHANX' Lawrence Entered '593 Homeroom Officer 113 Baseball 12. DAVID GANX'AlN SHELTON Dave Entered '58. JOEY ELAINE sHERR11-1. Joey Entered '581 French Club 11, 123 Limelighters 10, Sec. 11, Pres. 123 C1.R.A.1o, 11, 12. LINDA LEE SHIELDS Linda Entered ISXQ Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 11, 123 French Club 10, 113 G,R.A. 10, 11, 123 Spirit Committee 12. MARTHA HELEN SHITLL Martha Entered ISHQ Y-teens 10, lll Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. 10, 113 Pub. 7 Rel. Conimittee 1-. Page 82 JUDITH CAROLYN SHUMATE Judy Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Committees: Spirit 11, Citizenship 12, Dance 12. JAMES RICHARD SIDBURY Dickie Entered '58, Honor Society 11, 12, Engineers' Club 11, 12, French Club 10, 11. GARY MITCHELL SILVERSTEIN Gary Entered '58, Monogram Club 11, 12, Grounds Committee 11, 12. MELAINE ANNE SIMPSON Melaine Entered '58, Y-teens 10, G.R.A. 12, D.E. 11, 12. JUDITH LOUISE SIMS Judy Entered '58, Homeroom Otiicer 10, 11, 12, Mustang Club 11, 12, Y- teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Dance Com- mittee 11, 12. DOTTIE ANNE SLIPHER Dottie Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. JUDITI-I JUDSON SMITH Judy Entered '58g Homeroom Otiicer 11, Mzzimng 11, Mustang Club 11, 12, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Lettergirl 12, Committees: Spirit 11, Pub, Rel. 12, Dance 12. MARVIN MacLEOD SMITH JR. Mac Entered '58, Student Council 11, Homeroom Officer 11, Jr. Marshal, Engineers' Club 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Band 10, 11, V. P. 12, Orchestra 10, 11, V. P. 12, Tratiic Committee 11. MYRTLEANNE SMITH Sis Entered '59, Limelighters 11, Sec. 12, G.R.A. 11, 12, Pub. Commit- tee 12. FRANK WARREN SNEPP Trey Entered '58, Student Council 12, Homeroom Officer 10, !lflyerSpark ll, Sports Editor 10, Co-Editor 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Jr. Marshal, Key Club 10, 11, 12, Mustang Club 11, 12, Hi-Y io, ll, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Pres. 11, Track 10, 11, 12, Citizenship Committee 11. HARRY DAVID SNOOK David Entered '58, Homeroom Officer 10, Spanish Club 12, Wrestling 11, Pub. Rel. Committee 12. BARBARA GENE SPANN Barbara Entered '58, French Club 10, Red Cross 10, 12, G.R.A. 10, 12. JOSEPH MILTON SPENCER Joe Entered '58, Engineers' Club 12, Spanish Club 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Football 12: J. V. 10, 11. CAROLYN HAYNES SPOON Carolyn Entered '58, Homeroom Otiicer 10, 11, 12, Mzziamg 12, Honor Society 12, Pen Pushers 12, Y-teens 10, 11, Sec. 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, G.R.A. 10, ll, Council 12, Committees: Dance 11, 12, A.F.S. 11. CHARLES AGUSTAS SPRATT Charlie Entered '58, D.E. 11, 12. SHIRLEY ANNE SPRATT Shirley Entered '58, Student Council 12, Homeroom Otiicer 10, Honor Society 11, 12, Jr. Marshal, Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, 12, Y-teens 10, F.H.A. 10, F.T.A. 10, French Club io, 11, 12, G.R.A.,l0, II, 12, Commit- tees: Pub. 10, 11, Chairman 12, Pub. Rel. 11. STELLA MAE SPURRIER Stella Entered '58, Y-teens 10, 11, 12, F.H.A. 12, G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Dance Committee 12. ROBERT BLANTON STAFFORD Bobby Entered '58, Honor Society 11, 12, Engineers' Club 12, French Club 121 Latin Club 10, 11, J. V. Football 11. Seniors Shumate Sidbury Silverstein J. Smith M. M. Smith M. Smith Spencer Spoon C. Spratt I"-e ree- Simpson Sims Slipher Snepp Snook Spann S. Spratt Spurrier Stafford :X f M' , , , ,, fn , X Q Q r fsck! l 1 t . as Q f , if s . Qt' f ze 3 s fe 1 X f K. Qt' fe M' ' 4 2 if 35 iflafet ft-H"":' ' , 'f 1 c fi wwf we -Vg - f- :aww - , ,ff -st t - 1, 1 ,sg . ' 0 . X-:-, . 7, . 1- -' f ' . .2 "LQ'i!S ' 'Ne - .Va Q. - . .,. tA'sv,.,. ENT 'gf 1 ff sr a if 2 , , ' S f t5w:fgTe4"-'V . 1 25651: f ' ' S Q W , k WHY' 3, Pb' .,:?.f' 'Q . 1 Q E- ,sr i, , , : ' Eb' X f' 'uh' " - . ' We .ff Mwst 3,1-N.. Qs 4-,M Db.. "Se-....., L, CATHY ELIZABETH STANLEY Cathy Entered 593 Pen Pushers 123 G.R.A. 11, 12. MARLIORIE ELAINE ST, CLAIR Margie Entered '593 Y-teens 123 F.H.A. 123 G.R,A. 11, 12. JAMES BOYD STEELE Jimmy Entered '58. FRED GRAHAM STEPHENS Fred Entered '58, SUSAN LILLIAN STEPHENSON Susan Entered 'SSL Student Council 123 MH.liftlII.Q 11, Editor 123 Honor Society 11, 123 jr, Marshal3 Girl Ambassadors 11, 123 Y-teens 10, IIQ French Club 10, IIQ Red Cross 10, 11, V. P. 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12: Citizenship Committee 11, 12. ROBERT FRED STERN Robby Entered '58Q Spanish Club 10, 11, 12 3 Swimming 10gTennis 10, 11, 12. VERA EMMA STETTLER Vera Entered '583 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 F.H.A. 113 French Club 10, 11, 123 Red Cross 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Dance 123 Pub. 123 Spirit 11. GAROLD ALLEN STEXWART III Garry Entered '581 Homeroom Officer 103 French Club 10, IIQ Choir 103 Baseball 12. MARGARET CAROLINE STOKES Peggy Entered ,58Q Homeroom Otlicer IIQ Girl Ambassadors Club 123 Mus- tang Club 11, 123 Y-teens 11, 12, Treas. IOL F.T.A. 12, Sec. 11: French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Pub. 113A.F.S. 12. NANCY ESTELLE STOKES Nancy Entered '581 Pen Pushers 123 Y-teens 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. MAURICE PRESTONE STONE Stoney Entered ,583 Homeroom Ofiicer 123 Myer-Spark 103 Key Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Engineers' Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Dance Com- mittee 10, 11, 12. RONALD DOUGLAS STONE Ronnie Entered '58, EIVIMETT REID STURDIVANT Reidie Entered '583 Homeroom Officer IIQ J. V. Basketball 10. NEVA FRANCES SULLIVAN Frances Entered I58Q Y-teens 11, 123 G.R,A. 10, 11, 123 Millie Mustang 123 Spirit Committee 12. REBECCA LOUISE SWANZEY Becky Entered '58, Latin Club IIQ Choir 10, 11, 123 Red Cross IO, G.R.A. io, 12. MARY PATRICIA TARR Patti Entered '58g Y-teens 11, 123 F.T.A. 11, Sec. 123 French Club 123 Latin Club 11 3 G,R.A. 10, 11, 12. FREDRIC LEE TATHVVELI. Buddy Entered '583 French Club 11, 12. PENNY DELAINE TATUM Penny Entered '58Q Y-teens 11, 123 F.H.A. 123 French Club II, G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Citizenship Committee 12. Seniors Stanley St. Clair Steele Stettler Stewart M. Stokes Sturdivant Sullivan Swanzey Stephens Stephenson Stern N. Stokes M. Stone R. Stone Tarr Tathwell Tatum '.f be f R f 1 A 'N X P N f N " R A. Q 1. in .3 XVI. ' K-it 1 2821 1 1 31125414 ' A -f 2,1 be-.1 igw PW.. Gail Crowell, C0-Chairmen Malinda Lobdell and John White, and Ann Ellis of the Baccalaureate Committee discuss seating arrangements in First Methodist Church. JOHN STEPHEN THOMAS John Entered '583 Student Council 12, Treas, 113 Class Otiicer 103 Home- room Otiicer 103 jr. Marshalg Key Club 10, 11, 123 Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 12, V. P. Ill Latin Club 10, 113 Orchestra 10, 11, 123 Swimming 10, 113 A.F.S. Exchange Studentg A.F.S. Committee Chairman 12. HAYVUARD MARTIN THOMPSON Butch Entered T583 Mi1't71'Sf7cII'b 1 1 3 j. V. Football 10. GERALD FREDERICK TITLOXX' -Terry Entered T583 Homeroom Othcer 12. CATHERINE RAVENEL TOVUNSEND Kit Entered 583 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 1f.T.A, 11, 12, French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Red Cross 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. ANINA TRIBBLE Nina Entered V583 Student Council 103 Honor Society 123 Y-teens 10, ll3 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Committees: Spirit 113 Pub. Rel. 12. WILLIAM RIIFUS TROTTER Bill Entered '58 3 Student Council V. P. 123 Limelighters 10. 1 13 Pegmm 11. WARREN CALDXWELL TUCKER XX'arren Entered '58. JUDITH ANN TVRNER ,lutiv Entered '58, D.E. 11, 12. VIRGINIA GENE TURNER Gina Entered '58Q Y-teens 103 F.H.A. 123 Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, I2Q Dance Committee 11, 12. MILTON SPANGLER VAN HOY Milton Entered '583 Homeroom Othcer 103 M1w'Sf7.1r,6 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Committees: Citizenship ll1 Pub. 123 XY'elcom- ing 12. MARY ISABELLE VAN XWAGNER Mary Entered V583 Student Council 103 Homeroom Oiiicer 113 Mzzifrzzzg 11, Features Editor 123 Girl Ambassadors Club 123 Y-teens 10, 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 123 Girls' Basketball 113 Committees: Spirit 11, 123 Pub. Rel. 11. CHARLES GIBSON VENNING Charles Entered .583 Student Council ll, French Club 123 XX'restling 11. Page 85 Seniors Thomas Th ompson N.-:ey fx T itlow 3 gg, . 3 f Townsend 4 ' V 1. 6- .' 9. Aw ' I W 'ii s . A ' ' if If 4 . , ,w a .. Trlbble 3 - ,, Trotter 2 . fr' , .. nw . 3.. Q 1 . 3 f 1' f c' ' , gli ' ff "' Tucker f Q J. Turner V 3 3 , S , 2' . Hb., . . ,-4 V I ,wb vs l" M . 'K-A-Q.. .. 'W V. Turner ' N '74, Van Hoy I ' , i 154- Y 'Jem ' 3 Van Wagnier W 'A ' Venning ' M 5 A . MPT? ' sz- ,r " 4 i .T-2. tw ' 1 -.1-51.5 , . is 'L Seniors ez'-M I i 4 ' Vinson fc H ,q 3 Y V0glCl' ,f 'Qc ml Yrs., 'vi S 'I Wagiier D. Walker R. Walker .W Wallace fi eil, 55114 f W K' 'Y ' A f 4. w I W E. I i 'REQ W A Walters in Mn V ' fr Ward 'Un t L - gm 3 ,l,l 1 AQ, ,QM if ,. .. -elf Wasson Watkiiis ' Wegner I I Wells '1"" 7-'A ig Commencement Committee, Vernon Robinson, Co-Chairmen Nancy Collier and Eddie Howie, and Judy Sims visit Ovens Auditorium to make preliminary graduation plans. WILLIAM ELLIS VINSON Entered .583 Baseball 10, 11, 12. HELEN ANNE VOGLER Entered '591 Y-teens 113 G.R.A. 11, 12. CAROL XXIAGNER Billy Anne Carol Entered V531 Y-teens 113 French Club 10, 113 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12 DOUGLAS I-IENDREN XWALKER Entered '5B1D.E. 11, 12. ROBERT LOCHLIN XX"ALKER Entered '59. ,IAMES GILBERT XWALLACE Doug Loch Jim Entered '583 Student Council 10, 11, 123 Key Club 10, 11, 123 Mus- tang Club 10. 11, 121 Monogram C1ub11, 12g Hi-Y 10, 11, V. P. 123 French Club 10, IIQ Choir 123 Track 113 bl. V. Basketball IOQ Foot- ball 121-I. V. 10g Committees: Assembly 101 Athletic 10. DIANA FAY XVALTERS Fay Entered '58g I-Iomeroom OHicer 11 g Y-teens 10, 11, 123 Latin Club IOQ Spanish Club 123 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12, Millie Mustang 123 Committees: Dance 11. Spirit 12. OLIVIA ANN WARD Entered '583 French Club 10, G,R.A. 123 D.E. 11, Sec. 12. GEORGE LEE WASSON IR. Entered '59. SI-IERRILL EDWARD VUATKINS Entered '58, D.E. 12 RICHARD FISKE WEGNER Entered '583 Monogram Club 10, 11, 123 Band 10, 11. O. FENTON XWELLS III Ann Lee Sherrill Richard Fenton Entered '58, I-Iomeroom Officer 10, II, Football IZQ j. V. 10, 11. Page 36 SANDRA JEAN WELSH Sandra Entered '581 Mye1'Spm'k llQ Y-teens 121 Spanish Club 11, 121 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. THOMAS HENRY WESTERFIELD Tommy Entered '58g Student Council 111 Red Cross 101 Baseball 10, 11, 12, J. V. Basketball 10. ANN STEWART WHITE Ann Entered '581 Student Council 11, Homeroom Ofhcer 121 Honor Society 11, 121 Girl Ambassadors 121 Y-teens 10, 11, Pres. 12g Latin Club 10, 11, 121 G.R.A. 10, 11, 121 Committees: Pub. Rel. llg Spirit 11, 121 Citizenship 12. JOHN GETTYS WHITE John Entered '58g Student Council 121 Homeroom Otiicer 101 Key Club 10, Sec. 11, V. P. IZQ Mustang Club 10, 11, 121Hi-Y 10, 11, 121 French Club 10, Ill Orchestra 101 Swimming 10, lll Committees: Citizenship 101 Dance 121 Devotion Chairman 12. RANSOM CURTIS WHITE JR. Curty Entered '581 Student Council 11, 121 Mustang Club 11. 121 Monogram Club 12g Hi-Y 11, l2Q French Club 10, 111 Track 10, 11, 121 Cross Country 12, Basketball 11, 121 J. V. 101 Athletic Committee 11, 12. KIRK REYNOLDS WHITNEY Kirk Entered '59, MARGARET LYNN XWILKINSON Lynn Entered 'sag Y-teens 10, 11, 121 F.H.A. 121 G.R.A. 10, 11, 121 Spirit Committee 12. ROBERT EMMETT WILKINSON Robert Entered '58g French Club 121 Limelighters 111 Committees: Spirit 121 Dance 12. BLANCHE GREGG WILLARD Blanche Entered '58g Student Council 10, 111 Class Otiicer 121 Homeroom Officer 121 Girl Ambassadors 11, 121 Mustang Club 10, 11, 121 Y- teens 10, 11, 121 Spanish Club lll Red Cross 101 G.R.A. 10, 12, Treas. 111 Cheerleader 123 J. V. Head 101 Committees: Spirit 10, 121 Citizenship 10, 111 Dance 10. FRANCES LaDEAN XYILLIAMS Entered '581 F.H.A. 121 Spanish Club 121 G.R.A. 10, 11, 12. XWILLIAM BURKE WILLS LaDean Bill Entered '601 Limelighters 121 Committees: Spirit 121 Dance 12. KENNETH EUGENE XWILSON Ken Entered '581 Latin Club 10, 11, 121 Limelighters 12. FREDERICK XXIILLIAM XWOOD Freddy Entered '58g Honor Society 121 Engineers' Club 121 French Club 111 Latin Club 101 Committees: Pub. 11, 121 Dance 12. SUSAN WREDE Susie Entered '58g Pen Pushers 11, 121 Latin Club 10. BENJAMIN WYCHE IV Ben Entered .581 Homeroom Othter 11, 121 Monogram Club 10, 11, 12, Tennis 10, 12. BARNETT CABANISS YOVNG Barney Entered '581 rlflzuzmzg Photographer 10, 11, 121 Engineers' Club 11, V. P. 121 Spanish Club 121 Dance Committee 11, 12. RUSSELL CRAIG HUNT JUNE 1, l9Al2-OCTSOBER 9 1960 IN MEMORIAM Seniors Welsh Westerfield A. White J. White R. While Whilllfj' M. Wilkinson R. WilkiHS0ll Willard Williams Wills Wilson Wood Wrede Wyche Young Q...-A ""--an-vm . RW'-.,.,, . 2 : X -mm., At' my :dns 3...--f Q-RUB' 1, v ? 1.3 if X s Class rings, the Junior-Senior, and the overwhelming thought - "Next year we'll be seniors!" - made the juniors year at Myers Park one of excitement. But it was a year of hard work, too. After endless hours of work on parallel reading, book reports, and geometry projects, juniors realized the importance of knowledge. During the year outstanding juniors were inducted into the Honor Society and were chosen junior Marshals. Others were elected to important leadership positions and became members of top clubs. Faced with decisions concerning college, many juniors took the National Merit Examination and College Boards in May. Hard work, awards, and decisions made the juniors year memorable in every respect. Juniors face work, responsibility in year of unique experiences Page 88 K Voted Most Outstanding Juniors were Walton Rogers and Billy Clark, both efficient Student Council officers. I liz' v 'til 'S- 5 I' , . ,N ., "' , Hn c,,, 39 : '14 51 ii t 1 .f "af " ' fp A 1 1 , ff E Q , Q 2 ,. ,,.. i m, . -Ai., . .W y a V ,- yu 4 X , -fx: ,,, my w 4 f- ? vii i Sf : IQ f A . Abqz ' 0 ,N 5 4 all u , 1 i a ? Q A 'I x 5- 1- 'ff ,. 5'5 MNH X An American history parallel assignment brings juniors Kay Treasurer Gay Wfilliams, Secretary W'onda Moseley. Vice Presi Latimer and Barry Farr to the library history shelves. dent Darlene Hassler. and President Byron Slaughter. John Willstoll Abrams Charles Jerry Adams Dorothy Adriella Adams in it Robert Wray Adams ,N Rosann Lucilc Alexander W5 James Walter Allison Janis Ruth Altizer Carol Grant Anderson Jeanne Anne Anderson "'- li- Miriam Lee Andrews qi-yt Richard Leon Angel John Samuel Apperson IV Elizabeth Jane Applegate Susan Lorene Arzberger .H Patricia Ann Austin W M Ralph Leonard Austin Jr. Nancye Rebecca Baker Edward Wells Ballenger Jr. 4 Barbara Cleveland Bamberger Barbara Jane Banks Brian Downs Barksdale Catherine Elaine Barnes M War James Alford Barnes 'ng-'-' YQ," Nancy Carol Barnes Cl 'uv' 3 Page 89 JUNICRS it Q George Eldridge Barnett Jr. ox Pamela Barnett Susan Everett Barnette Toni Kathryn Beach James Tyson Beachum fp: fs Q 'L Philip Arnold Bechwld Patricia Rae Beck Marya 0'Hara Bell 'Nw Susan Elizabeth Benfield Betty Sue Biggers Worth Franklin Bishop Jr. Thom Williamson Blair Jr. gms ff'-grwdw Virginia Claire Blakeney Charles Cook Boger Jr. Suzanne Griffin Bost Trez Middleton Boulware Carol Anne Bowles Harry Morgan Boyd Jr. Roy Ingram Boyd Jr. William Thomas Boyles lll -'fr'-is K-ff' Leigh Richmond Brenizer Kathleen Mary Brislin Sandra Lee Brooks James Robert Bryant Ill George Stephen Buck John Charles Burgess Millicent Lourene Burley Harriet Leah Burns Aline Sanders Burr ff- 'f""' Frances Carolyn Byrd Marty Jeane Byrd Henry Alexander Caldwell Jr. James Caldwell Q Ray Bradford Camby Angela Carabateas Helen Eleanor Carroll K Robert Carroll Cass Howard Kenneth Chadwick II Nancy Carter Chambers Judy Rae Champion Walter Charnley Ill Charles Carroll Chase Jr. Carolyn Ann Chittenden Milton Clapp III W'illiam Mackey Clark Mary Janette Clontz Jane Ann Coffey M3 X , F Cheryl Anne Connor Page 90 JUNIORS Margaret Carolyn Coon Camille Willingham Crouse Edward Lester Crowell Elisabeth Cunningham Charles Douglas Curd Ann Campbell Curnow Gretchen Davey Daniel John Edgar Darling Jr. Mary Todd Davies Harold Johnson Davis Jerry Ray Davis Miriam Dona Davis Elizabeth Fleming Devereux Charles Alexander Dewey lll Monica Lynne Doerr Judith Ellen Dougherty Stephen Arnold Douglas VI John William Downs Jane Jordan Dulin Deanna Kay Eaker Judith Allen Earnhardt Leonard Gary Edwards Jr. Mark Walter Edwards James Irvin Eisler Richard Turner Elmore Jr. Patricia Louise Eskridge David Braddock Evans Miriam Raye Evans Daniel Ford Faris Dorothy Lynne Faulkner Gwendolyn Mae Ferris Lee Thompson Ferris Edward David Finman Lynne Merle Firestone Linda Ann Flint Thomas Webster Flowe Katharine Graham Follmer Kay Peoples Ford Mary Ellen Forehand Thomas Forshaw Ill Leslie Ann Freedland Dorothy Byers Frost Raymond Browning Fuller Jr. Martha Sumwalt Fullerton Robert Martin Furman Jerry Dale Furr Robert Manley Gaddy James Mclnnes Gale At a meeting to interest the junior class in the American Field Service program, John Thomas, Myers Park's exchange student to Italy last sum- mer, shows pictures to Nancy Huntington, Linda Koralek, and Linda Worcester, hopeful applicants for a summer abroad. 360 IUDIOTS take October preliminary College Boards Elizabeth Morrow Gallagher Carol Louise Gange 'fav Christine Josephine Garden Eileen Carol Garfinkel Jean Ann Gaskell Susan Clair Gebhardt Gayle Marsh George Deane Halsey Gilmour Jr. Gail LaVerne Gilreath Robert Glasgow Jr. Robert Kenneth Godwin James Edward Gordon Julianne Graham Walter Raleigh Graham Jr. Joanna Cherry Granger Lucy Robertson Grasty Carol Ann Green Roger Cary Greenspan Rex Norman Gribble Jr. Julius Virgil Griflith Jr. Richard Gary Grosswald Linda Dianne Gurley Dennis Lorenz Guthrie Linda Jean Hackett Margaret Ann Hadden Q., Frances Diane Hair Paul Edward Halberstadt Jr. Darling Anne Hamilton Edward Sprunt Hamilton Jr. Rickford James Hanner Jr. JUNIORS Dianne Elaine Harris Gaye Karyl Harris Mary Jane Harris James Lawrence Harrison John Langdon Harrison James Patrick Hart Cheryl Malinda Hartsell Richard Wayne Hartsell Dana Darlene Hassler Elizabeth Gayle Hatcher Ann Lynn Hawkins Bobby Brown Helms Kenneth Eugene Helms Mary Kathryn Helms Patricia Ann Hemby James Calvin Hemphill IV Martha Nell Hemphill Alan Scott Henderson John Leslie Henderson Marjorie Ann Henderson John Peach Hightower Jr. Anne Adams Holder Linda Susan Holder Mary Louise Holliday Ann Mary Holthaus Robert Anthony Holton William Douglass Hope Ellen Laurin Horney Roy Wilson House Jr. Willis Weddington Howard Jr Judith Lee Howell Dewey Edwin Howey Gregory Joseph Howren Donald Douglas Hoyle Martha Melinda Hudgins Janice Marie Hulsey John Wayne Hunter Nancy Grant Huntington Floyd Williford Hurt Jr. Ralph Henry Husband Jr. Allison Taylor Hyatt Alvin William Hyatt Nancy Ann Jackson Kathryn Lee Jarrell Jean Anne Jerman David Gardner Johnson Lewis Monroe Johnson Mary Yorke Johnston X f""g Page 94 JUNIORS Joan Brantly Johnstone ,lo Ann Jolly Paul Addison Jones Tommie Jean Jones Carla Diane Jordan Kathleen Hamrick Kaigler William Charles Kanupke Stathoula Kaperonis Bette Alice Katzenmoyer Judy Lynn Keeter Donald Edward Kelley Robert Brown Kellogg Mary Patricia Kelly Vaiden Pearson Kendrick Vicky Rose Kephart Dennis Maiefielde King Diann Judy King Lucretia Virginia Kinnaird Sanford Kleinfeldt Brenda Charlien Klutz Marguerite Lane Knauif Anastasia Canella Kontos Linda Carolyn Koralek Naomi Gail Kraft Karen Jean Kreamer George Henry Kuydendall Jr. Sherry Jean Lambert Kay Latimer Forrest Gale Lavinder Jr. Kathryn Bane Law James Earnest Lawing James Richard Leavelle Susan Wiley Ledford Carol Ann Leekley llow Waddell Leggett Jr. Barbara Louise Lewis Cheryl Ann Liner Ruth Gwynn Little Ruth Lynn Little Sandra Kay Little Samuel McGowan Littlejohn Jr Ann Jackson Loftin ,lon Courtney Logue Harriet Allene Lokey Linda Ann Lookabill Carol Zeigler Loring Eddy Lee MacAleer Lynn Brown MacLean .IUNIORS Frank Withrow Macllae lll Joe Shirley Major William Paul Mallard Lesley Donna Marine Rita Christopher Marney Caroline Armistead Martin Harriet Sue Massey James Clayton Massey Melva Jayne Mauney Harriet Iris Mayer Maxine Sue Mayer Elliott Ashbel Mayo Sandra Marilda McClellan Julianne Alice McClure Margaret Elizabeth McColnbs Dorothy Ellen McDougle Mary Laverne McFeely Boyce Griggs M1-Garity Woods Monroe McGinn Robert William McGowan William Bulgin McGuire Jr. Michael Allan McLaughlin Marsha Louise McNeely Nancy Floyd Meacham Julian Curtis Meadows Ill Robert Dean Melton Charles Orrin Milford lll James Hugh Mill Michael Grant Miller Linda Rae Mitchell Wiley Herbert Morrison lll Wonda Lynn Moseley Ninia Gail Moser Elliot Rector Motley Martha Barrett Muilenburg Larry Norwood Murchison Robert John Newlin Monte Hyatt Nicholson Frieda Lillie Nordman Thomas Edward Norman Barry Allen Norris Ralph Morgan 0'Hair lll Susan Morton Oldham Arnett Stanton Oliver lll Sally Jane Oppold Peggy Ann Ormsby Sally Anne O'Rourke John Allen Otten Jr. Page 95 F'-'I' Class Treasurer Gay Williams collects homeroom dues from Sally Wigginls while Junior-Senior com- nlittee chairmen discuss plans for the big event. Katy Law, Entertainmentg Suzanne Bost and Freddy Sprock, Decorationsg Susan Ledford, Re- freshmentsg Jamie Bryant and Yorky Johnston, Invitations. Juniors hold traditional prom in May, honor seniors 495- than 'Quo 'A :PW gh 'U5 Gb' 7'3- KI? 'GPH' f Lyn Outwater Walter Lee Overcash III George Dantzler Page Jr. Grady Dickson Patterson Patricia Brockenbrough Payne Jacqueline Helen Pearce aw-. John Charles Pentecost Johnny Mayo Phillips Carolyn Leigh Pickard Marshall Ivey Pickens Jr. Polly Ann Pickett Wfilliam Louis Pitts Gary Avrum Poliakoff Jack Johnston Pollard James Reid Potter Ann Beth Pressman Lota Elizabeth Price Mary Stewart Quern Sylvia Jeanette Radford Martha Jane Ratehford Joyce Ann Ray Frank Edward Redies Paul Nelson Reid Richard Hice Rembert Charles Gardiner Richards Peter Bruce Richardson Monroe Hobson Ridenhour III Laura Ann Robinson Page 96 Dorothy Eloise Rochester Manuel James Rogers Jr. JUNIORS Penny Betty Rogers Walton Worth Rogers Constance Elinor Roper Sheila Diane Roth Nancy Lee Rowe Michael Anthony Russell Timothy Bruce Salen Sara Parker Sams James Allen Sanders James William Schout Jr. Nancy Lynn Schwartz Robert Rolston Schworm Octavia Zachry Seawell Laurence Vaughn Senn Jr. Elizabeth Ann Sheppard Kay Saville Sherrill Charles McCoy Short III John Joseph Short Jr. Judith Anne Shotwell Graeme Hunter Shull Robert Hubbard Sieburg Karen Jane Siegel James Lynn Sills Carson Irwin Simms Jr. Clarence Williams Simpson Jr. Herbert Evans Siskron Jr. John Arthur Skidmore Margaret Carolyn Skinner Byron Atkins Slaughter III Philip Winslow Small Dennis Eugene Smith James Harrell Smith Miriam Lees Smith Warren Collier Smith Wyatt Shuford Smith David Blakely Smythe Jr. Sarah Laura Snyder Madeline Sonneborn Harry Matthews Spoon Jr. Eleanor Anne Springs Frederick Evans Sprock Jr. Patricia Ann Stallings Herbert Warren Stanford III Richard Douglas Starnes James Raymond Staton Jr. Duncan David St. Clair Jr. Herschel Everett Stellings Betty Margaret Stephens N.- .1 luv' Page 97 Page 98 JUNIORS Roger Earl Stephens Hugh Daniel Stinson Sue Rea Stokes Eleanor Colton Stowe Ralph Jefferson Strange Jr. Margaret Anne Strickhouser Humbert Giroude Sullivan John Leo Sullivan Jr. Ronald Martin Sutton Helen Ann Talley Andrew DaVal Taylor Jr. James David Taylor Jr. Robert Earl Taylor Jr. Walter Michael Taylor Jr. Durward Val Thomason Richard Harry Thomes Frances Ann Thompson Henry Harold Thompson William Johnson Thrift Jr. Nellie Faye Thrower James Brandon Thurman Sara Jo Todd Martha Crenfell Trembath George Robert Turner lll Diana Hamilton Van Every Mary Dianne Venable Virginia Ross Venning Bingham Lafayette Vick Jr. Charles Clarence Vining Felecia Vogelgesang Thomas Westbrook W2ldF0ll Gloria Ormand Ward Harry Alfred Ward Robert Ferman Wardell Sharon Arlene Weisman Audrey Lee Weiss Candace Carroll Welsted Judith Lynne Wesley James Ross Westmoreland Ronald Bernad Whetstone Betty Lynn Whisnant Cecelia Hammond White Earle Howard Whitton Robert Clark Whitton Sally Hoppe Wiggins Virginia Gay Wilkinson Janice Garnette Willard Frances Gay Williams JUNIORS Margaret Nell Williams Joseph Neely Williamson III fb- Donovan Jordan Willis Jr. WNW Eugene Franklin Wilson Maurice Hamilton Wilson ,lr Daniel Townsend Winter IV Norman Charles Wolf 5: Charles Edward Wood IV Marion Gordon Wood Michael Lee Wood OCS' Barbara Jean Wooten Linda Dell Worcester Dianne Martin Wrenn Robert Bruce Wright Sterling Wilson Wright Jr. William Ray Wright Brenda Paulette Yandle ,bs Patricia Jane Yarbrough Thomas Kelley Youngblood Junior Marshals. First row: Mary Querng Shuford Smithg Gaskellg Jim Barnes. Third row: Ann Lofting Skip Motleyg Sally Snyderg Billy Clark, Chiefg Cay Williams, Chiefg Jim Susan Ledfordg Robert W'hittong Suzanne Bostg Monty Biden- Smithg Dottie McDougleg Bill McGuire. Second row: Warren hourg Ann Talleyg Ned Hamiltong Gina Venningg Thom Smithg Ralph Husbandg Lynn Whisnantg Bing Vic-kg Yorky Blairg Rosann Alexanderg and Walter Graham. ,lohnstong Jimmy Gordong Sheila Rothg Frank Wilsong ,lan Page 99 ' 'M in bopl 1.,111 mgbwawieofhi .lass enthusiasm , Y in first year at Myers Park Confusion, "impossible" schedules, and a maze of class- rooms greeted the sophomore class in late August. Through the help of homeroom teachers and the Sopho- more Advisory Clouncil, however, the new class became organized quickly. Committees and clubs afforded the sophomores an opportunity to serve their school and community, while sports events and dances helped balance busy academic schedules. Through carefully planned programs of study, the sophomores began meeting their graduation requirements and found ex- pression and enjoyment in special electives. The year passed with unbelievable speed and members of the "new class" became rising juniors, ready to take their places as underclassmen. Page IOO A lab sheet on the Elodea absorbs the interest of sophomore biology students, David Berry and Sharon Boyles. Newcomers from iunior Simeon Arthur Abbey Jr. Louis Lee Abernethy ,M Kenneth Barry Abrams Stella Watkills Alexander Larcus Bell Allen lll Laura Marshall Allen Mary Ann Allen Samuel Eskel Allen Louis Holmes Anders Andrea Lynn Anderson John Raymond Anderson Jr. Lane Schofield Anderson lll Robert Manley Argo Kathryn Lee Asbury .K Melinda Clarina Asheraft Sandra Lynne Atwood John Kendrick Avent James Franklin Ayers Barbara .lean Barach Stephen Lee Barden lll Michael Strong Barkley Susan Elizabeth Barnett Patsy Rea Barnhill Saundra Shawnee Bartel Theodore Dixon Beam Kathryn Lynette Beasley Elizabeth Ann Beattie Kathryn Brem Beatty jeffrey Wilirlsor Beaver Sally Lou Bennett .4,..m-5, Sig 133' 'K QM! 'Ss A-4 W' ,GPN 'Q Secretary Norman Pease, Treasurer Townley Spratt., Vice President Billy Xveldon. and President Raleigh Shoemaker. highs form Sophomore Class D- Kr, Rv 'Sify Page lOl V-"fi Page 102 vh- SOPHOMGRES ,lanalee Barbara Bentley Clinton 0'Neil Benton William Thomas Berkeley Ill David Altion Berry Patricia Faye Berryman Harriet Anna Bigham Charlotte Guy Blackwell Sally Evaline Boger William Thomas Bolen Beverly Grace Booe Kenneth Westfield Boyd Robert Carr Boyd Sharon Diane Boyles Mary Lorraine Bozeman James Edwin Brinkley Laura Frances Britt Virginia Sue Brokhof Charles Marshall Broome Robert Kavin Broome Sharron Kay Broome Carol Ann Brown Kenneth Milton Brown JoAnne Scott Buice Richard Kantor Burg Samuel Lewis Burley Lawrence Frank Byerly Mary Ashley Byrd Beverly Ann Caldwell Larry Lavoid Campbell Mary Jo Campen Michael George Capristo Lois Gertrude Carey John Randolph Carpenter Sandra Eudell Carson Martha Fielding Carter Richard Lewis Caudle ,lane Sanford Caulkins John Pape Cayce Brenda Kay Chalabie Phillip Campbell Chapman William Arthur Christenbury ,lr Anne Lynn Christensen Charles Neal Cisne Jr. Samuel Little Clayton Daniel Andre Cleyrat Kenny James Clifton William Thomas Clinard II LeRoy Edward Cloud Ill Janet Olivia Cochrane Nancy ,lean Coleman Janet Louise Connelly Lawrence Michael Connelly Virginia Dianne Conrad Olivia Anne Conway Diana Day Cook Carl Ross Corbin Evan Ross Corbin John Faulkner Cornelius Thomas Parker Cornell Robert Smith Corry SOPHOMORES Meredith Craig john Carroll Craver Roger Sharp Crawford Richard Milton Cribb James Henry Cromartie Nancye Russ Crosby William Randolph Crothers Norman Denis Crowther Gayle Elizabeth Cummings Helen Currie Benjamin Tillman Daggett Sharon Louise Dale Ricky Randolph Dancy Aubrey Eugenia Daniel Walter Eugene Daniel Jr. Chalmers Frazer Darden Marsha Lee Davenport Camilla Middleton Davis James Edmund Davis James Edward Davis Nancy Elizabeth Dawson Robert Clarke Dean Bingham DeCamp Michael Anthony Dente Jr. Graham W'illiams Denton Jr. Stamatina George Diamaduros Linda Loy Dickey Carol Ann Dickson George McNeill Dillehay Nancy Susan Dover Barbara Elizabeth Dowd Thomas Malcolm Driskill Jr. Theodore Marion DuBose IV Sandra Tahelia Eargle Jane Ann Ed Caroline McHardy Elliot George James Elliott Marian Janet Ellis Joseph Edgar Elrod lll Sarah Ruth Ervin Carolyn Jenkins Farnan John Ray Faulk Bertram Carlos Finch lll Clarissa Landis Finley John Roddey Finley Kenneth Scott Fisher Mary Pauline Fisher James Bryan Fitzgerald lll Ann Marie Floyd Fletcher Smith Flynn ll Alice Theresa Marie Foley John Allan Folsom Edward Robert Foster Marilyn Ruth Frank James Foster Freeze Judith Louise Frerking Roberta Young Frost Gaye Annette Gaddy Margaret Rebecca Gainey Tana Marie Gaskins Page IO3 -,,.- ,tt mY Miss Gordon receives varied reactions as she gives first report cards to Caroline Elliot, Jo Anne Buice, and Diana Cook. Sophomores Joyce Taylor, Nan Perry, Richy Burg, and Vir ginia Conrad use talent and creativeness on the 'Spark. Sophomores support school with spirit, eagerness Page IO4 Ronald Nelson Gleason Robert Thomas Glenn Donald Wayne Godfrey Ronald Steal Goodman Margaret Ann Graham Daniel Frederick Greene William Benjamin Grifenhagen Harry Ashlin Griffin William Hal Griffin Martha Jean Grosboll William Francis Haake II Ann Dunlap Hall Thomas Jackson Hall Joseph Hutchinson Ham IV Elizabeth Hawkins Hambley Arthur Ray Hamrick Ruby Virginia Hancock Charles Robinson Hanes ll Williaiii Calhoun Hanks Jr. joseph Jackson Harkey Bennie Sue Harmon Howard Pinckney Harris Joseph Millard Harris Anne Elizabeth Hawn Linda Ann Hayes Robert Hoyt Hayes Carolyn Jane Heacock Benjamin Dawson Heath IV Milton Gray Heath Kenneth Wayiie Helms John Albert Hemphill Nancy Dickson Henderson Andrew Avery Hensley Connellia Adalaide Hicks David William Thomas Hirsch Kathryn Celeste Hobbs SOPHOMORES Stephen Blake Hodges John Montgomery Hogewood Lanny George Hollingsworth Lee Holman William Haley Holmes Marilyn Bose Honey Toni Elizabeth Honey Nancy Lou Honeycutt Joan Paulette Hood Betty Shannon Hoover Jacqueline Rochell Hopkins Helen Corinne Horne James Gaston Hough Jr. Jeanne Thomson Hough Judith Marlin Hough Mary Patricia Howie Byron Malcolm Hudson Charles Samuel Hudson lll Robert Charles Hunt David Marshall Hunter Gale Elizabeth Hunter Irma Elaine Hunter Linda Elizabeth Jackson Norval Lee Jackson Margaret Louise James Jane Ann Jarrell William Thomas Jeffries Elizabeth Ann Jewell Mary Carolyn Johnson Edward David Johnston Jr. Rebekah Leanora Johnston Joyce Ann Johnstone Harry Lee Jones John Michael Jones Sara Frances Jones Patricia Bosan Joyce Carolyn Dera Keith Deborah Jo Kelleher Rolfe Mason Kennedy Jr. John Marcus Kester lll Terry Jane Kimbril Alice Ann Kimel Carol Forrest King Linda Frances King Devonne Frances Kinney Kathleen Morris Kirkwood David Mosteller Kiser Jerry Dean Kiser Faison Shaw Kucster Jr. Kate Adele Kuester Claudine Donna Lake John Hartwell Lane Peggy Jean Lanning John La Pointe Thomas P. Lauppe Dorothy Ella Lawing Shelley Jean Laws Dianne Mary Le Carpentier Barbara Richardson Leonard Kenneth Pressley Lineberger Jr I. 1 Page IO6 i SOPHOMORES Henry Arthur Linker Jr. Anne Birch Lipford Lewis Ned Lipscomb Judith Elizabeth Lloyd Pamela Waters Logan Judith Huggins Love James W'ilbur Lovings Jr. Benjamin Simons Lucas Jr. John Goble MacNeill Jr. Mary Helen Maffitt Nancy Jane Manning Paul Blaine Marion Jr. Ellen Greear Martin Hugh Wilson Martin Jr. Bette Gayle Masters George Lee Mathews Alice Susan Matthews Dwight Ralph Mays Elizabeth Theresa McArver William Banks McClintock Ill Donna Kay McGorkle Susan Dell McGorkle Luther Morris McEwen Gene Woodall McGarity Jr. David Jackson McGinty Barbara Jean McGowan John O'Brien McGuire Richard Irving McHenry Dianne Louise Mclntire Albert Stuart McKaig Ill Raymond Franklin McLain Jr. Jane Green McNeary Charlotte Anne McNeill Jerome Rutledge McNinch Thomas Albert McRae Bonnie Lynn Meyer Jean Brooks Miller Marilyn Augusta Miller Susan Jane Miller Brenda Lee Mitchell Thomas Jeffreys Mitchiner Jr Travis Waterbury Moon Jack Henry Moore Jr. Saundra Pinckney Moore Ruel Hines Morgan Laura Susan Morrison Marjorie Jane Morrison Susan Lynda Moseley Earleen Mulwee John Wilson Munford Michael Terry Murphy Charles Emion Myers Mary Willard Myers Mary Elizabeth Nelson James Richard Nicholson Henry Van Nordman Sandra Lynn Nycum Dorothy Kay Orr Charlotte Louise Otts Gloria Jean Overcash SGPHOMORES Judith Lynne Parker Oren Bartlet Parker Jr. Alice Leonard Paterson Jane Hunt Patterson Thomas Charles Pearson James Norman Pease lll Sara Frances Pennigar Nancy Ellen Perry Richard Jeffrey Petrie Suzanne Pharr Harold Lee Phillips Jr. Lloyd Stafford Pierce Jr. Marsha Ann Pixler Thomas William Porter Jr. W'illiam David Purnell James Ray Queen James Allen Raines Michael Ray Rankin Fred Lee Ratchford Jr. Charles Patterson Raye Linda Sue Rea Caryl Janice Rehm Margaret Susan Rcmbert Linda Kay Rhyne Lyttleton Cockrell Rich Barbara Ann Richardson Cecelia Crossett Richardson James Franklin Rike Jr. James Edward Rinesh Elizabeth Ann Robey Jan Willianls Robinson Diana Jane Rogers David Woodson Rohrbaugh Susan Myra Rosenstein Freda Rothell Janet Ellsworth Rouzer Joyce Mclntyre Rudisill Donald Edward Sanford Bernadette Frances Scott Peter Louis Scott Martha Ann Seawright James Hubert Shackelford Linda Ruth Shanks Betty Jean Shaw Susan Jane Shaw Charles Dorman Shirey Raleigh Alexander Shoemaker ll George Laycock Short Gail Marie Sieger Michael Flynn Simon Beverly Eugenia Sims Barry Edward Sklar Frances Christine Small Daniel Townsend Smith IV George Franklin Smith Michael Haviland Smith Rebekah Sue Smith Robert Sidney Smith Sara Elizabeth Smith Janet Sanders Smoak SOPHOMORES Betty Eileen Sneed Ira Francis Snyder Jr. Janet May Solada Nathaniel Gibson Speir Jr. Charles Lewis Spencer Ill Thomas Safford Spencer Choice Townley Spratt Bonnie Eve Sprinkle Vicky Ann Spurlin Louise Matheny Squires Richard Morrison Stafford Sarah Corinne Stafford Susan Graham Stafford Richard Lynn Starnes Janet Lee Stayer Janet Lee Stegall Richard W'earn Stenhouse Robert Clifton Stephens jr. Charles Kevin Stevens Michael Warren Stevenson Jill Glover Stewart W'illian1 Benton Stewart Ill W'illiam Myers St. George Il Thomas W'ilder Stinson Ill Theresa Ann Stokes Joe Douglas Stoneham Betsy Ann Strawn Daniel Clark Strickhouser Jacquelyn Blair Stroupe Diana Ruth Sullivan Sherry Lynn Surratt Susan Forrest Sutton Tamara Jean Tasker Rosie Golfo Tatsis Sarah Joyce Taylor James Ira Teat Jr. Mary Elizabeth Thomas Xvilliam Richard Tll0lll3S Cheryl Diane Thompson Gail Irene Thompson Virginia Hurley Thornhill David Glover Tinsley Jr. Maureen Sharon Titlow Cornelia Jane Todd Anne Wilson Townsley Diane Holly Triplett Frances Melanie Tull Frederick Gray Turner III Patricia Dee Twitty Cllarles Allison Van Yvagner Patricia Gail Veasey Larry Edwin Vincent Elizabeth Morrow W'alker Yvilliam Harrison Walker Jr. Henry James Wallace Marvin Howard W'allace Jonathan Paul Wlallas James Frederick Walters Jr. Deloris Ann Ward Elizabeth Lucille Wfard .XXX MH I3 ff? -- 3 w 1 la Eire is Q al me ar lf' M Proud of her new driver's license, sophomore Beverly Booe Y-teens ,lane McNeary. Anne Hawn, Ginny Brokhoff, Kathy As- shows it to Bill Mc-Clintoek. Diane Wfoodside, Camilla Davis. bury exchange views with foreign students Marta Ortiz, Viki Alvik. Soplwomores develop new interests in wide curricular Elizabeth Lawrence Way' Wilson Osbourne Weldon Jr. Bobbie Evelyn Wells Stephanie Caroll Welsh Lyman Cae Weltoll Kay Earline Whisnant Lucie Lea White Michael Arlando White Andrea Stewart Whitfield Anita Sue Wllitley Weeta ,lane Wickham John Duncan Willialns III Fred Lewis Willis III Gerald Parker Willis Dianne Wilson Lynne Conover Wilson Stephen Henry Wilson A Charles Costa Wiriden Jr. Stanley Lee Wisdom Jr. Pamela Price Wise Ronald Joe Withrow Carmen Dial Woods Diane Elizabeth Woodside Dixie Lynn Wynn Sherry Lane Yandle Robert Ted Yarbrough Corinne Mary Young iw- 4-s Page 109 Page H0 ATHLE IIS GI'0ll'1l!g 111 1e11111 .fl1?1l'11. AI-1"61'.Y P111k'.5 11111111111 11110 g111111 19115 116611 11111e115e11 10 1l!C'1Z1H'Cf 111116 f11ej1 1e111115. 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'J' :Q fa H E , XO J f 1 1 11 13 Q7 Q , 1 7' " 1 A ff W 19 Q Q P Q1 6' 1 v-171,E mQR1x'X 1 ,.11f H ,A ,,.'1, . Page Ill 1 A li L 1. '-8 f?'17" .5 Q? ut, X3 4 if 1 W, l 9. 1, 5 5 tl 5 3 Q ll Y il: lit ' R 9 e at . :A V .xx sa fy 46 .ffl 5 21 ltlfn m 5 me Mustangs of 1960: First row: Duvall, Curry, Mascho, McClure, 22 PM l U Moon. Fourth row: 0'Hair, Taylor, Hollifield, Leavelle, Hall, Cox, Roberson, Mallard. Second row: Jim Rogers, Wells, Tinsley, Phillips, Beaver. Fifth row: Spencer, Palmer, ,lay Richardson, Allison, MacRae, Favor, Gibson, Elrod. Third row: Willis, Forshaw, Fuller, Greene, Adams, Wood, Hart, J. Short, Rogers, S. Short, Slaughter, and Sanford. Mustang Gridders compile 5-3-2 record for year McClure 1233, Curry 1363, and Richardson 1353 protect Rogers 1253. Elrod holds as Wallace booms field goal attempt in Page game. Page H2 Playing with determination, the 1960 Mustangs com- pleted their season with successive victories over East, Page, and West. For the season's opener, the Mustangs met North and soundly trounced them by the score of 44-0. Up against arch-rival and 1959 State Champion Cvaringer, the Mus- tangs went down to defeat in a hard-fought contest. A 20-O victory over South and two ties, with Salisbury and Asheville, came before meeting Conference Champ- to-be Gastonia. The Mustang Gridders were edged by the Greenwave 13-7. Coach Purcell again used the lonesome-end, a position played to the fullest by Perky Roberson, Bud Palmer, and jim Mascho. All-City player Billy Mallard held down the short-side end. The interior linemen were led by joe Cox, Howard Duvall, Jim Wallace, Ted Greene, and Shrine-Bow1- Choice jay Rogers. With quarterbacks jim Rogers, jeff Beaver, and Charles Elrod passing, much of the Mus- tang yardage was gained through the air lanes. Captain Bruce McClure, Ronnie Curry, and juniors Shorty Short and Byron Slaughter rounded out the Mustang back- held. M. P. 44 North 0 M. P. 0 Garinger 21 M. P. 0 Salisbury 0 M. P. 20 South O M. P. 7 Asheville 7 M. P. 7 Gastonia 12 M. P. 0 Harding 6 M. P. 10 East 0 M. P. L28 Page 20 M. P. 19 West 6 Moving into position to receive pass, IOIIPSOIIIG-Qlld Bud Palnler eludes Harding defender. Mustang .lay Rogers named to Shrine Bowl Team With any team good kicking is a must. This chore was left to joe Cox and .lim Wallace. Cox compiled a 37 yard-per-kick average while Punting the team out of many crucial situations. Jim Wallace added twelve tal- lies from extra points and also a booming 41-yard field goal against East to increase his total to fifteen. Captained by Bruce McClure and coached by Jack Sink, Bruce McClure C233 turns the end following blockers Joe Cox C450 and Ronnie Curry C36J. The football team depended Stuart Allen, and Head Coach Gus Purcell, the Mus- tangs of 1960 received many awards. Tommy Blair, team manager for two years, was awarded a letter jacket. In recognition of his outstanding work in prep football, Mustang Coach Purcell was selected as Head Coach of the 1960 N. C. Shrine Bowl Team. heavily on blocking strategy to clear holes for their runs and to assure touchdowns. , 'f'..,9p'.f, ' 0.7. 'M' - aw' .H if ' .-." '. 'W in End Bud Palmer C321 goes high into the air for Roger's passes in the game with the Harding Rams. one of Jim Senior quarterback Charles Elrod C425 rolls up yardage against East's Eagles in a crucial game won by M. P. 10-0. Masclwo, McClure, Duvall take top football awards Moving down the field toward victory, junior quarterback Jim Joe Cox C4-5D, Jay Rogers 1525, and Ronnie Curry C365 move Rogers C253 skirts East line as Mustangs Howard Duvall 1463, in to block Eagle defenders. Page H4 C7715 Wiltsie i "-.af an WP sp gg 4 X, K tt iiiqw . 1 'CW g- ' M' kE,5' . 'L .. ww- Q - 1: QS' 'fm ni' . ,Ag gs? al A X fwfifl Q L2-:N li 'gh - 1 , 3 .,?g.',1...,"' Ig we sf - W v "" " 155, 32,213 K fi' ..... 531mm 1 ft if 1 1 e- 1 253.19 5 1960 County Champs: First row: Sanford, 0'Hair, Phillips, Martin, Teat, Lauppe. Second row: Abbey, Moon, Finch, Den- ton, Tinsley, Stevenson. Third row: Hall, Schout, T. Spencer, J. V. Horses ca ptu re City Racing to a 6-1 record the Myers Park junior varsity football team finished one of its most successful seasons. During their regular season they won the City and County Championships and fell only to powerful Gas- tonia. Coached by Stuart Allen and quaterbacked by Bud Phillips, the young Mustangs scored a total of 143 points as compared to a total of 69 points scored by their opponents. M. P. 13 North 6 M. P. 26 P South 6 M. P. 19 Garinger 6 M. P. 26 West 0 M. P. 0 Gastonia 32 M. P. 19 Harding 15 M. P. 19 East 0 M. P. 13 Garinger 7 Cornelius, Hart, St. Clair. Fourth row: Benton, Stewart, J. Spencer, Adams, Thomason, and Potter. and County Championship Top: B. Phillips Q24-J with J. Hall assisting, nails runner. Bottom: Sanford C575 is protected by quartet of blockers. j-vw--.. I F 5 r 1' ' ' . I ' I it. .4 31- ' V .gy , . 4 -Am v x C f5"2-'lf-Q t' I ,. A. . . xl' . .. I' , V ., ,-M , W,,,.f.- . . Aaaggmgjtj . ., .' ' ., . W y- -' If U., i . . .. ,,Ajff?'A,q-,..,' V.,-.3 f , . 1 r - 3 ifa. f . M4, 'ff envy' .U ap. .FQ 3, " :fx-,4.Jcf4'gQ., ..f-.,gf3.a6,2v"F9f"j!?f zu' "f , ",..21-lg f 113' . 31 ' ' , ' ' . - .' lf f' wx' s -. -M"w .' - M: -15. '-. . . . W. . '.,.,'fy:. M0 , . . 5-' . 'f -A fly 'asia ,t V . many- ,. . E ' rw.. -tv 'K wg!!-w-5:13-fmt?-wi, lk f f ,Q fvnmfv imigillfl- 5 y gm, sv' M J .P f- ,Q ,M A N Working out in Freedom Park before a meet are seniors Kenny Counts, Bill Cornelius, John Crosby, and Curty White. Mustang Harriers place Again in 1960 the Myers Park cross country team was one of the outstanding groups in the state. Coach Stuart Allen, coaching for his third year, led the Har- riers to a fourth place in the North Carolina High School Cross Country Championship Meet and to a position of third in the western division. The Harriers of 1960: First row: Jones, Kellogg, Myers, Starnes, Thompson, Cisne. Secoml row: Kendrick, Hanner, M. P. 55 South 23 M. P. 77 East 17 West 80 M. P. 30 East 25 M. P. 40 Garinger 66 Winston-Salem 30 M. P. 72 Davidson Erosh 42 South 27 M. P. Conference East C31-d PIMP Clsf Place? M. P. State East 14th planet flst placel fourth in State Tournament Team depth and steadiness were the main strength of the Harriers. Sophomores Neal Cisne, Billy Weldon, Lee jones, and Dick Starnes, coupled with juniors Monty Ridenhour, Robert Kellogg, and Dan Page ran well in their performances. Four seniors - John Crosby, Bill Cornelius, Curty White, and Kenny Counts -- rounded out the team. Raines, MacNeill, Weldon. Third row: Page, Crosby, Cornelius, Counts, White, Ridenhour, and Pitts. 'iraq mf' Q H.. an PTA. ' 4 G" -'L' ' "N 'rw' 'V in ' . , V: .V ' - ,H 3" 1 . . ,J , 2 . , . . .wg V , . 4 5-I , . ,r , ,. ' ,, . all . ff, F 4 1' at wtf, .1 .... '1'-.fe--3,5 4 , Q u, K X t ,,, . , il' will Page H6 l Mustang Grapplers show determination, spirit Returning lettermen and a crop of talented sophomores built Myers Park's 1961 wrestling team. The Grapplers were led by veterans Bill Hollifield, Richard Sargent, Doug Maddock, Gus Anastes, Deno Elliott, and Ed Genois. Myers Park was well represented in every weight class from Mike White in the 103-pound division to Bobby Boyd in the heavy weight class. In traveling around the state to meet Mooresville, Kan- napolis, and Albemarle, the matmen have always been able to hold their own and this year was no exception. At home, the Mustangs played host to South, Salisbury, and Asheboro. Interest in wrestling has changed this "minor sport" into a major one at Myers Park. Part of this increased popularity must go to Coach Stuart Allen, who guided the Grapplers for the third year. The matmen fought through their season displaying determination and the will to win, thus closing another successful season for this winter sport. In post season action, the team par- ticipated in the state meet held early in March. 1961 Mustang Matmen: First row: B. Boyd, Miller, Cenois, Hollifield, Elliott, Sargent, Anastes.. Gilchrist, Godwin, Willis, White. Second row: Allison, H. Boyd, Hanes, Maddock, Taylor, f--ff"""' Top: Doug Maddock wrestles Albemarle opponent to the mat. Bottom: As referee watches, Ed Cenois tries to pin opponent. McGinn, McClintock, McGowan, Linker. Sprock, Wilidillll, Corry. Third row: Mercer, Gleason.. Richardson.. Griffith, O,Hair, Fuller, Spencer, Hemphill, and Queen. SM-4 tii' ., L !1.,g.,i' 'lvl f f wi sam! ..M,,,..J Page II7 Hustlmg Mustangsllrunnopponents to quick defeats To remember this year's varsity basketball team is to remember a team whose strength was in its speed. 41 Wjlmingfglq Hustle was the by-word of the 1960-61 courtmeng their 46 Salisbury games werelfilled with fastbreaks and close guarding. 44 Salisbury In a clutch situation, when a rebound was needed, Cass, 75 North Graham, or Sullivan were on hand to pull it down. 60 East As the season began, successive losses to Wilmington 70 Garmgef and Salisbury seemed to indicate that a lack of height - would be an obstacle for the Mustangs. However, as 51 Gastonia D U the season progressed, it became apparent that this de- 60 South H . . , ciency could be overcome by strategic use of speed 56 Qlshgvlue which was utilized in a fast-paced running game. 44 ar ing 72 West Strength in the offensive attack came from the experi- 67 North enced, skillful play of the backcourt men Buddy Du- 55 East Bose and Wayne Ayers. Fast moving forwards Billy 80 Gaim er Clark and Robert Cass and center Larry Graham Hlled 61 Gastoiia out the starting five. Jack Sullivan, Bobby Cato, and S6 S th David Pfohl proved to be capable replacements and ou s often played regularly. 67 Asheville 49 Harding If substitutes were needed, there was strength in depth 85 West on the bench. Ray Davis, jon Logue, Steve Buck, and Donnie Kaleel were always ready to replace a starter ' when needed. the d f slve end of the Mustang court, Captain Wayne Graham, Cass, and Clark guard Gast0nia's players from scor- s goes up for jump ball. While attempting to get the tap. ing an easy layup. in conference contests Two defeats in the opening games of the season caused a slow start for the Mustangs, but they experienced a lively comeback with two consecutive wins over North Mecklenburg and Salisbury. Myers Park lost twice to the East Eagles. Against Gastonia the Mustangs were hampered by their opponents' height. The Greenwaves' starting lineup averaged six feet three inches. In a nip-and-tuck contest that saw each team take the lead many times, the Green- waves were able to win only by tapping in a rebound in the final two seconds of the game. South Mecklenburg, fast becoming one of Myers Parks closest rivals, was defeated on the home court. In a re- turn game at South, the Sabres meted out a defeat to the Mustangs. Garinger clashed with the Mustangs once on each team's home court, and Myers Park defeated the cross- town rivals each time. In two very close games against Harding, the Horses won by four points both times. After winning the conference, MP advanced to the State Finals, defeating Reynolds and Gastonia but bow- ing to Wilmington for the state title. Filling out the strong varsity bench are Jon Logue. Steve Buck, Ray Davis, and Jack Sullivan. , .J .a- we-WZZZ' FA iff ' A ILT 1,-Q--,"'v f , ,,,f.-f. 4" .' ix ' if ggi ' day V "- J ,?"tks ' M5-X , Yvayne Aye-rs Buddy Du Bosc- Cuard Guard David Pfohl Larry Crulunn Forward Center Donnie Kale-el Bobby Cato Forward Guard Robert Cass Billy Clark Forward Forward Page 119 in-... s Q S, ,, ' Q X ,. A4 x ight' N P :Q r -u kg: ,- f 'D I rf lk if Jayvees: Teddy DuB0se, Lane Anderson, Faison Kuester, David Shackelforfl. Sim Abbey, Barney Corbin, George Dillebay. Kiser, Pete Ayers, Neal Cisne, George Elliott, Jeff Beaver, Jim Stuart lVIeKaig. Andy Hensley, and Smitty Flynn. Jayvees roll up lopsided scores on opposing teams Jayvee center, Jeff Beaver, fires a jump shot as Pete Ayers and Stuart McKaig move in for possible tip-in. Victorious in all of their games with the exception of a two-point loss to Harding, the Jayvee basketball team was the best in the conference. The loss to the Harding jayvees was revenged when the Junior Mustangs de- feated them by the score of 59-41 later in the season. The winning jayvees were led by Pete Ayers, who com- piled a 17 point-per-game average. With Jeff Beaver and George Elliott in control of the backboards and with adept shooters Stuart McKaig and Andy Hensley, victories were very often one-sided. M. P. 51 Salisbury 47 M. P. 58 East 47 M. P. 60 Garinger 21 M. P. 55 Gastonia 50 M. P. 68 South 27 M. P. 65 Asheville 55 M. P. 59 Harding 43 M. P. 62 West 52 M. P. es North 50 M. P. 60 East 56 M. P. 62 Garinger 52 M. P. 57 Gastonia -15 M. P. 55 South -12 M. P. 57 Asheville 36 ' M. P. 59 Harding 41 M. P. 86 West -47 Page IZI ' mama saw at aa a . ,gg ,Q i ei Q ii I :fa cp 'gl e , ,si A G . 1 f X 1: I xi 2 I E x I R 1961 Seahorses: First row: McLaughlin. Charnley, Mobley, Berkeley. Third row: Taylor, Rogers, Scott, Turner, Moon, Alexander, Adams, Captains Barefoot and Grey. Second row: Jones. Glasgow. Burg, Rinesh, Meflarity., J. Caldwell, Morrison, Munford, D. Caldwell, and Shackelford. Mustang Seahorses rank high in state for third year In this diving event, Mike McLaughlin shows good form as he is in "tight position" in his flip. ..,. "THQ-. 8 M: PEN A vu-...4 . Ms- - M f--.....,., so ,A A J Whip, 4 an " - Q-, A A ig Page I2 2 Depth and experience sum up the strength of the 1961 Mermen. The losses incurred by graduation did not keep the swimming team from being one of the fore- most prep teams in the Southeast. Captained by Paul Barefoot and jim Grey, the swim- mers easily won the North Carolina State Champion- ship. The Seahorses were victorious at the Eastern Caro- lina Invitational, but because of a snow storm which kept them in Charlotte, they were unable to compete in the Emory Invitational meet and thus defend the cham- pionship which they had held there for two years. The Seahorses placed sixth in the Southeastern Scholastic Invitational held in Chapel Hill in mid-February. Outstanding performers for the Mermen were Thad Adams, Paul Barefoot, john Alexander, Dan Caldwell, and jim Grey. Both the medley relay and freestyle relay teams compiled excellent records during the season. Led by Drew Taylor and Sonny Charnley, Myers Park divers outclassed their competition by placing first, second, fourth, and fifth, at the Eastern Carolina Invi- tational. Through the fine efforts of Coach Purcell and the team members, Myers Park has again established itself as the leading high school swimming team in this part of the country. M. P. 7816 Page 16W M. P. 67 Raleigh 27 M. P. 70 Davidson Frosh 25 M. P. 94 Eastern Carolina Invitational mmm Granby fNorfolk,Va.j 47 M. P. 50 Greensboro 45 M. P. 71 Chapel Hill 21 M. P. 67 Asheville 18 M. P. Emory Invitational forfeit M. P. 71 Page 23 M. P. 55 Raleigh 42 M. P. 65 Greensboro 30 M. P. 18 U. N. C. Invitational em place Westminster fAtlanta,Ga.j 3916 M. P. 69 Chapel Hill 26 Tl Vg, Dan Caldwell prepares to hit the water in an attempt to bring home a victory. Barefoot, Grey captain team 5 Aclams, top swimmer Walton Rogers, number-three man on the relay team, prepares On the blocks, Bob Turner and Paul Barefoot await the signal to take his lap as the Seahorses win again. to flive. awww 'Vg 13 ,""'r' 5 . G. R. A. officers and advisor. First row: Treasurer Jan Gaskell, Secretary Sally 0,Rourke, Vice President Sarah Herring, Re- corder Gay Willianls. Second row: Advisor Lou Jones and President Pam Guthrie. Comprising the G. R. A. Council are the heads of the twelve individual clubs. First row: Walters, Law, Smith, Anderson. State G. R. A. Playday As in years past, the G. R. A. fulfilled its purpose by promoting wholesome and healthful activities, stimu- lating an interest in athletics and recreation, and creat- ing a spirit of good sportsmanship. President Pam Guthrie, the other officers, and the Council, under the advice of Miss jones, sought to strengthen and expand the activities of the club. They revised some of the rules for member participation and improved the meeting schedules of the various clubs. Showing great enthusiasm, the 495 girls began the school year by earning a 3590.00 commission from the sale of barbecue tickets. This money was used to pur- chase much-needed volleyball equipment which was beneficial to all members. Volleyball, golf, basketball, bowling, tennis, swimming, and softball clubs were organized, and all who par- ticipated found them worthwhile and fun. A playday in Greensboro highlighted the spring activities. Second row: Sullivan, Meacham, Pharr, Sheppard. Third row: Sonneborn, Venning, George, Huntington, and Bost. Page 124 5 ,,,.,,,'m highlights another year full of fun and activity Seniors Susanne Denton, Sarah Porter, Carole Lane, and Judy Sims agree a peek in the hand is worth two finesses. C. R. A. bowling had the largest turnout of all activities. Participating at Park Lanes are Jill Stewart and Juli Graham. I 1. N., 5 fi-Mwanmwsfwuwmw-vs' Looking on as Katy Law sinks the ball with a well-controlled putt are Lesley Marine and Nancy Coleman. Saundra Moore, Rosemary Bolles, and Gayle Heston find swim- ming provides exercise and relaxation. ?ii,z?,:tE??:?3vif-rv, ,,-. - . ir' we H 1 e it Q ' r 4 " 'K f- ' Mm.wa.-f f ' - ' - Q , V' L ' f - i ' ' ' ' Q ' TT - . r 1 em-.,.,, - f-,J i ,Wy A ' K fit' 'L Lil - L Q :M-W 5 i Ms 'P 5 .hm ,sfWg,.4..,s,maW'!iff6QSt-eq t . mfg., . 4 5 Q .Z . 4f,y44a1gf.'1 . V, , . 4.4. N4 f any-an a. Q , Azakwyg .,.. ' .,,.,.a M. . ,, ,.. ,. , af. ,, .,,5,,,, . M, is M., 2 - . G 4 A 6, , ,. , Y W . 2.4.w :ff-,r f ' ga sf, .M gsgg ' N V. A ,, , n .was T f ' . .Vz,2'ff :?s,,,.2f age, f , . - ,, Li Q 'aff Q 1 we ' ' G 2 ,H A --,Q seas- s ,, 1-,Q , ' f 1 ' f 2 sw. fe..aw,sA .- tahwy, .dum nr!! .4 iaiiyhls' "V . .U Ag if ""35v3F .,. It in 'Nw , ff Whether participating in volleyball or practicing layup shots. boys find an outlet for their energy. Myers Park's physical education program is designed to promote physical fitness and to provide wholesome recreation. Variety for students offered in physical education In addition to tcaln sports, girls also learn modern and tap dance routines in their gym classes. 4- 1 M 32 -4 ,- uma' i . . Page 126 Variety in the curriculum and a chance for vital exercise are provided by the physical education program. Girls' classes are taught by Mrs. Rotan and Miss Jonesg boys' classes, by Coaches Powell and Purcell. The program has been expanded to include recreational sports and first aid instruction. Forced inside by winter weather, the sixth period boys' phy- sical education class participates in various indoor sports. Pictured here is volleyball. l'Decade of Progress" evident in athletic program One of the best examples of Myers Park's progress is evident in the program of athletics. Each of the nine varsity teams has added to the record, and today the Mustangs stand as formidable contenders for champion- ships. After an undefeated season in 1958, the football team went to the state finals, and Ray Farris was named All- American. The Mustangs have placed seven players in the Shrine Bowl. The cross country team copped the State Championship, 1955-1960. Tom Stockton and Eddie West held indi- vidual championships for two years. In 1955 the basket- ball team won the GCAA Championship and in 1956 entered the State AA Conference, placing second. The tennis team snared the state title in 1960. The track team has held the State Championship since 1957, while the golf team holds four state championship titles. Myers Park's swimming team won the State Champion- ship, the Eastern Carolina Invitational, and the Southern Championship, 1959-1960. Bill McGinty and Lou Sul- livan were named All-American. The wrestling team has always held a strong winning record and was runner-up for the State Championship in 1960. The baseball team placed second in the State Championship finals in 1958 and third in the Western 4-A in 1960. Some of the trophies awarded: Ray Farris: Lee Kirby Me- morial, Tom McAn, 1957: Track: Duke Durham Relays, 1956- 19605 Queen City Relays, State Track Champs, 1958, 1960: Swimming: Southern Interscholastic 1959-1960, Football: Ki, Top: Ray Farris - Football All-American, Class of 1953 Bottom: Bill MeGinty-Swimmer All-American, Class of 1960 Class AA Runner-up, 1957: Basketball: NCHSAA District Champs, 1956: Baseball: Westerll AA Champs, 1958: Tennis: Singles, Doubles, Team Champs, 1960: Golf: State Champs. 1952, 19563 Cross Country: State Champs, 1959. 25 1 jg lil it W I tt ' :Wai in ge 128 AJ Myery Park grew, 50 greu' ffae ylzzderzly in their mnzpfzrziorzfbip and zmiiy. Sfzzderzt life elzeozrzpaued uf! that ufe did. Ezferz in our ffzzdyjrzg. fffzm' periodx, .ferret Zmllnfmg, and 1110- weufy of mlilzzde. we fe!! 11 bona' zwiflv our feflozz' a'lm.f1m1fe.s'. The 5llJ'lD6lIJ'6f in uzwzitirzg Ilae l'6J'Zlff.Y of zfotirzg, flue figlvf-bem'fea1'11e.f.f and mzxiely of LZ Jporfy ez'e11l, the exeifemezzf and folor of 41 dmzve, and the jllbjfdfzbll and mdrzeu 411 the ffofe of ilae .School year were all emofiorzy felf by zu. QYSMHIG V a s . je , ,' ,,: . QQ Q V R W' f f N" ESO I W x . E. I H ' i i, . r Rik ,X x 'Yxf::? , - " ki Z!! f I -7,. ,Q Q O X37 L1 Q 'Sf 'KP 3 I o .X FE , Page 129 Seniors win distinction, honor in annual awards Seniors excelling in scholarship, leadership, and service to their school, received coveted awards during the year. Elected by fellow classmates, these students represented Myers Park on numerous occasions. Linda Orr was the winner of the D. A. R. Award which is presented on the basis of dependability, character, and patriotism. Blanche Willard was named to repre- sent Myers Park at Winthrop College during a week- end to honor all high school girls who had been elected to the position of Miss Hi-Miss. During his junior year, David Pfohl was presented the Harvard Book Award, given in recognition of excellent grades, fine character, and outstanding leadership and service. Boys who were chosen to represent Myers Park as junior Rotarians were Trey Snepp, Curty White, Zan Copeland, John White, Buddy DuBose, Billy Trotter, Paul Barefoot, David Pfohl, and Howard Duvall. Typifying the Myers Park student were Mr. and Miss Myers Park, Cynthia Blythe and Buddy DuBose. Boys who represented Myers Park as Junior Rotarians were: First row: Howard Duvall, David Pfohl, John White, Billy I.-n-. Linda Orr, active campus personality, is the 1961 recipient of the D. A. R. Citizenship Award. ' Trotter. Second row: Paul Barefoot, Trey Snepp, Zan Cope- land, Curly White, and Buddy DuBose. Page 130 iiintfw' Students elected Buddy DuB0se and Cynthia Blythe Mr. and honor are representative of these qualities 1 character. leader- Miss Myers Park. The two students chosen each year for this ship. dependability. and devotion to their school. Blanche Willard. M. P.'s busy Miss Hi-Miss, faces a typical Studying paid off for David Pfohl, winner of the Harvard quandary - 5'There's a game today and a GAC meeting, too!" Book Award. 'O' f 1' , wp , 'Y' F wi' A K , W 'eff if - 2,4 ,S M' 1: fe ww K' ,Q 3 kg TL 'T Z W, cf ' ww K 'Q ,f he ' Q f ggi? to 'N 'NG ' - .' M I 6, Page l3l 1961 Musfang presents Horner Student Awards K Hip QLADS Q'?J?"f-,lx A00 0 l,A ff., j if 93 A TE i W were Service, leadership, dependability, and character were the criteria used in selecting the recipients of the first Horner Student Awards. After candidates were nomi- nated by the senior class, fifteen seniors were selected through careful screening and thoughtful voting by the Student Council Executive Committee, made up of three students and three faculty and administrative members, and the Marfang major staff. The number of students to receive this award will vary yearly, but the qualifica- tions will remain the same. Named in honor of Dr. jack Horner for his leadership in the development of Myers Park High School, these awards give recognition to seniors making the most out- standing contributions to the school. Ed Adams Pago 132 Judy Adams Paul Barefoot ED ADAMS President, French Club . . . Sport's Editor, 1961 Mar- tang . . . homeroom president: junior, senior years. As president of the junior Hi-Y and treasurer of the Senior Hi-Y, Ed demonstrated his leadership abilities. Junior varsity basketball . . . Key Club, senior year . . . Co- Chairman, Invitations Committee . . . Athletic Commit- tee, Dance Committee . . . amicable. JUDY ADAMS President, Girl Ambassadors . . . Chief junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society. By being a varsity and junior varsity cheerleader and a member of the Mustang Club, Judy helped to boost school spirit. Homeroom officer . . . 'Spark staff: sophomore, junior years . . . Co- Chairman, Handbook Committee . . . Student Council representative, senior year . . . zfizfacioar. PAUL BAREFOOT Vice President, senior class, junior class officer . . . Key Club. Responsibility was invested in Paul as vice presi- dent of Mustang Club, secretary of French Club, and treasurer of the junior Hi-Y. Swimming team . . . Monogram Club . . . Chairman, Assembly Committee . . . Student Council representative . . . director, Follies . . . Junior Rotarian . . . devoted. ARNALL BROACH Secretary, National Honor Society, senior year . . . Junior Marshal . . . Girl Ambassadors. With Arnall's leadership, the Citizenship Committee worked to pro- mote honor and to build strong character in the student body of Myers Park. American Field Service Committee . . . Student Council representative, senior year . . . dignified. ZAN COPELAND President, Student Council . . . Murtmzg' junior, senior years . . . junior Marshal . . . National Merit iinalist . . . Key Club. As Co-Chairman of the Prom Committee, Zan helped to plan and to organize the junior-Senior. Mustang Club . . . Hi-Y, baseball: sophomore, junior, senior years . . . junior Rotarian . . . Boys' State . . . homeroom officer . . . ejfectiml. BUDDY DuBOSE President, senior class, class leader: sophomore, junior years . . . National Honor Society . . . junior Marshal . . . Student Council representative: sophomore, junior, senior years. Buddy starred in junior varsity and varsity basketball, played baseball. Mr. Myers Park . . . Hi-Y . . . junior Rotarian . . . Co-Chairman, Clubs Committee . . . Boys' State . . . initiative. Arnall Broach 'hw 135 CYNTHIA BLYTHE Head varsity cheerleader, junior varsity cheerleader . . . Junior Marshal . . . Homecoming attendant . . . Miss Myers Park . . . sophomore class, homeroom oflicer. Girl Ambassadors elected Cynthia treasurer, Latin Club, secretary. Mustang Club: sophomore, junior, senior years . . . Co-Chairman, Prom Committee . . . orchestra . . . Girls' State . . . eferzfercezzt. Cynthia Blythe Zan Copeland Buddy DuBose uv':,.,,sw s' Page 133 j .' 1 G ' " ig I it .Mn "fx " f .nw -45 .r- ib is ' i l ,Io Ann Elliot Mary Stella Leak Malinda Lobdell fvvs l Linda Orr LINDA ORR Secretary, senior class . . . junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . secretary, junior Y-teens . . . D. A. R. Award. Linda spent many hours of hard work as Co- Chairman of the Dance Committee. Mustang Club, Girl Ambassadors: sophomore, junior, senior years . . . varsity, junior varsity cheerleader . . . Girls' State . . . orchestra . . . cozzzdzfirrf. Page 134 Jo ANN ELLIOT Business Manager, 1961 Mzzrtmzg . . . Mustang Club . . . Girl Ambassadors . . . orchestra: sophomore, junior, senior years . . . Publicity Chairman, Follies. jo Ann received recognition for her diligent work with the P. T. A. barbecue. Homeroom officer: sophomore, junior, senior years . . . Invitations Committee . . friendly. MARY STELLA LEAK Co-Editor, 'Sjfmrk . . . National Honor Society . . . Girl Ambassadors . . . Class Historian. As homeroom officer for three years, Mary Stella displayed responsibility. Vice president, Junior Y-teens . . . Mustang Club . . . Student Council representative, senior year . . . Dance, Public Relations Committees . . . Myers Park delegate, Wildacres . . . origilzaf. MALINDA LOBDELL Assistant Co-Editor, 'Sjtmrk . . . Junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Girl Ambassadors. Malinda exhibited friendliness as Co-Chairman of the Welcom- ing Committee. Class Poet . . . Student Council repre- sentative . . . Citizenship Committee . . . lettergirl . . . orchestra: sophomore, junior, senior years . . . president, Latin Club . . . crealizfe. Vwr ' --QQ 1 'f V 'Q ., 1, I, . 1 1 gp 'Im ,, ,K r ."'f-'N'-f' r er 4' , f . . :+V x iss Y' ff' , K, f...: ,f ff ff ' f X. X V Q. ,, Jo Patterson David Pfohl Susan Stephenson Jo PATTERsoN Classes Editor, 1961 Mmmzzg . . . junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Girl Ambassadors. jo, as Co-Chairman of the Handbook Committee, coordinated the publishing of Ifzfowmztiozz Please. G. R. A. Council, junior year . . . Student Council representative, senior year . . . Latin Award, sophomore year, French Award, junior year . . .p1'ecire. DAVID PFOHL President, Key Club, secretary, sophomore year . Chief junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . varsity, junior varsity basketball. As Co-Chairman in his junior year, David bolstered the Citizenship Com- mittee with his industry. Student Council representative . . . Junior Rotarian . . . orchestra . . . Dance Committee . . . cozzyciefztiom. SUSAN STEPHENSON Editor, 1961 Nlzumzzg . . . National Honor Society . . . junior Marshal . . . Girl Ambassadors . . . Student Council representative. Susan placed in District Science Fair, Won National Science Foundation Scholarship. Vice president, junior Red Cross, Camp Green Cove delegate . . . Rezzaiefr Digest "Teen Top Ten" project . . . Citizenship Committee . . . dependable. WM.- Blanche Willartl BLANCHE WILLARD Treasurer, senior class . . . Miss Hi-Miss . . . Student Council representative: sophomore, junior years . . . Girl Ambassadors. Blanche typified true Mustang spirit as varsity and junior varsity cheerleader. Mustang Club . . . Homecoming attendant, senior year . . . treasurer, G. R. A., junior year . . . Citizenship, Dance Committees . . . Homeroom officer . . . fzlziflmfwf. Page 135 X. l Q3 f? 1 llomccoming court surrounds Quccn and King, Susan Antler- row: Escorts Neal Cisne, Jim Rogers, Tommy Marshall, and son and Bruce Mcfllurc. First row: Attendants Jane Morrison.. Vfonda Moseley, Cynthia Blythe, and Blanche Willard. Second Bud Palmer. Homecoming, Christmas dances head social events Gigantic snowman steals limelight in "Wilmer W'onderland." lleld this year on the first day of the holidays, the Christmas dance featured music hy Billy Knauff and his band. This year's center of social activities was the Homecom- ing and Christmas dances and a spring hop. Weeks of planning for the theme and the decorations heightened the expectancy before each dance. The transformation of the cafeteria made the happy occasions memorable. Barbara Martin represented Myers Park in the annual Caro- linas' Christmas Carrousel Parade held on Thanksgiving Day. Y V 1 'ZW I 9294 of i ,fy-1 ,i ' tg 1 if ,- NZ' 3 ,,,, 5'5" V ri ,A n . , . A H Svntefl Sallv W'iggins Jani Morri'-um Slurrs Yandle and i Sarah borlerl Standing: Ilgolrbie ,lwfifrl Qailflqi Hglrbgra Mqartin, and Nancy Rouzer. Not plcturefl. Casey Sherrill. Page 137 Beauties JANE MORRISON Sophomore Beauty JX N, x r ,154 P ww . . gl Q! W - .x ,, Y if F 5 ' S 42 A , .., 3 LM. , SARAH PORTER Senior Beauty BARBARA MARTIN Senior Beauty I enjoyed, very much, acting as judge for your contest and send my best wishes to all the participants. Sincerely, Egyjer SALLY WIGGINS Junior Beauty Beauties ,non 412 Crisp fall nights and football -- huhbling school spirit is seen in Cynthia Blythe and Zan Copeland. Dances - the highpoint of social activities at Myers Park - hring time for fun and an opportunity to forget hooks and ,xxx -19" , xt A-1 LN .AL-'iii7f1w A .Q L.. , 4 TR 'TA The overview: a year of fun and hard work Ball games, dances, studies - this was Myers Park. The student puzzling over a difficult test question at 2:00 p. m. was the same one found later listening to the blare of the juke box in the Student Lounge. The girl in blue jeans and Dad's old shirt at 5:00 p.m. was the one who a few hours later was walking into the softly lighted cafeteria. For all students these and many other activities filled each day. Brisk, cool nights brought football and the excitement which comes with the season. This time, when old and new Myers Parkers were becoming acquainted, unified the school. Whetlmer at a football or basketball game, each student felt the elation of victory and the disap- pointment of defeat. There were dances and other events which would not be forgotten, but the most important subject of school life was academic achievement. the hectic pace of academic life. Gloria Owen and Harry McArver pause for a moment before joining classmates. Gail Crowell watches as Mustangs lnove down and Myers Park makes the opponent scores . . . the court . . . a basket. Graduation - the culmination of twelve years' work found four hundred and twenty-nine seniors leaving high school. There was perhaps nostalgia for Myers Park and carefree days, but also, there was anticipation for the future. Academic progress is every senior's aim. Caroline Pileher finds a quiet session with homework a rewarding experience. 'ffl J.,-ww-. June - and now the end. A senior, cap and gown in readiness. takes one last moment to I'9IllllllSI't' about days al Myers Park. Page Ml SAVE REGULARLY AT FIRST UNION Bef! IWirl1eJ NATIONAL tothe MUSTANG from - FRAN 81 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System X K,-:.'-E:i:':gZ5-A t fulfa c gi: 2 I f- g:zsz:s2E35::' ' -u . .,A, I, l .7 itz? " ,. x I . ' 'II' A' " rim!! 'BI U M ' 1 is 7-71311 'G' Famous for the BIG BOY arr and John Crosby enjoy a Big Boy at Sh SHONEYIS - soo EAST MOREHEAD Page 142 1 x , , X Q Q , I f X J , 7 if ' vi K Y ,Qi 51vNT!mv W K? K,s q W w 2 F - 422 XN Q 0 0 1 J e f f , ,,T, P 6 Q A f x f I I Y X " If - Z: TEXTILES , , f N. uf , 1 Y If f , A H, "' ' lfff y -. 1' , fw, f X x !,f Page I43 DAVIS 8r YOUNG, INC. 110 Latta Arcade I ED 3-5189 I Yau Ildfpflldflil E zfery Kim! of l11.I'u1'a1zce l AG Q ff-WVWIFF ENT ERNEST F. YOUNG RSIIVES You Fllsf' Q GEORGE P. WADSWORTH t ERNEST E. YOUNG, JR. M. P. H. S. 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WOOLWO RTH COMPANY Nick T. Newberry, Suzie Manager WOODMEN OF THE WORLD 705 Liberty Life Building ED 4-7694 SMITH'S TRANSFER CORPORATION 220 West 31st Street, Charlotte, N. OF STAUNTON, VIRGINIA cyiilblflflfldllfk of JEVVZFKD erving the Carolinas - Eastern Seaboard C. and the New England States SOUTHERN DIVISION OFFICE Telephone ED 5-9601 P 147 COLONIAL BARBER SHOP 1041-A Providence Road ED 3-2418 f2iK'15ibfW'n. A - h'-f ':1- A ' 409 SU. TIIYIJII 0 PIIUIIE ED 4-0897 THE BLOSSOM SHOP ELORIST 2242 Park Road ED 2-6146 C01l'mge.r- A Specially "IIE Eafy To Pay - The N einzazz Why" NElMAN'S JEWELERS 1 15 S. Tryon Street Serving the Carolinas for Forty-Nine Years OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF N. C. julian "Chic" Burroughs, Manager Charlotte Office HILL'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 1257 E. Boulevard Phone FR 5-9436 Mechanical Service - Pickup Sc Delivery CAROLINA PAVING CO., INC. Afpbfzlf and Concrete Pazfizzg Post Office Box 3613 ED 4-2075 AL BROWNE'S SERVICE sTAT1oNs at FUEL o1L Now, I used to teach Advahnced Placement English . . . Feet in a picture, Thad? Where's my Mama? Any idea what's so funny, Mr. Coble? CAROL-ANN HAT SHOP 113 S. Tryon St. ED 4-7961 . .SPE REAL ESTATE SALES PROPERTY REALTORS 130 E. Fourth Street 1 Would you believe that this lowly group is the Honor Society ? Carolyn, is John heavy? ,lust one more drop, please. Have you eve e n such a cute dish under glass? 76 Years of Service HARRY 81 BRYANT CO. 11117161-ii! D21-mon 500 Providence Road SELWYN 0 2901 Selwyn Ave. FR 5-5842 MANOR SERVICENTER 617 Providence Road QuEEN's . SERVICE 931 Providence Road "For Belle1'Se1'z'2z'c TERRY JONES 4011 Park Road JA 5-6004 Road Serrire BRUCE ROGER'S . Servicenter 1500 E, Boulevard PR 6-4227 KALE-LAWING CO. COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 217 S. Tryon St. Charlotte, N. C. FR 7-2641 ELITE BARBER SHOP 1551-A E. Boulevard FR 5-7273 yIR,lNC. 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DIVISION OF LITTON INDUSTRIES 604 S. Church St. Charlotte, N. C SOUTHEASTERN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BUILDERS OE CHARLOTTE EOR EORTY YEARS Page I50 i-.L- . .af Q M XZ t 4 . 1 4 0 we-'J' Zan Copeland Student Council Prvsidc-nl 1960-1961 Your Gfflcial Senior Portrait Photographer 4- 4 v, -Y 529 South Tryon St. Charlotte, N. C. MF0I'ill6f!'1' at Ejirfl',v 11 PORTRAIT M61 COLONY BARBER SHOP I-Iai1'SZyli1Qgf01' Entire Family Mecbaizifal Repairs 012 the Road or at Oa1'Stati0iz 1374 East Morehead Street Charlotte, N. C. MI TREE FR 7-9385 520 Providence Road ED 4-3028 PARK ROAD GARDEN SHOP XANADU 4305 Park Road JA 5-5264 30516 N. Tryon St. Charlotte, N. C. "For All Your Garden Neealf' ALLISON FENCE COMPANY Residential and Commercial Chain Link Fence Serving the Carolinas Since 1919 va-WC? All I need is a minute's rest and I'll be ready to go. Have you eve n such energetic football players? TALLEY REALTY COMPANY WOODLAWN BARBER SHOP 2505 South Boulevard JA 3-5045 631 Woodlawn Road JA 3-9800 COLONY BEAUTY SALON "Built aa Aclaalifief' 2807 Selwyn FR 58615 Bos RoBlNsoN's AUTO SERVICE Auto Repairs - Auto Air Conditioners In Charlotte Since 1924 1305 East Fourth Street Charlotte 4, N. C. GREE N LAN D RESTAU RANT SERVICE - AIR coND1T1oN1NG Dil ufortlfr Mori Popular Place To Eat ED 4 1615 south Boulevard ED 3-3206 '0857 Pg 152 f CHINA FURNITURE r, , AA A SILVER oBJEcTs D'ART V " 'f'N'..,, 1 R ' v i 5 ' ,, iw W ' 7 awe 4 ANTIQUE SHOPS Df.li'fjllL'ffl'6 Gifts' for AU OL'fzl.l'j0l1.I Using a machine to check transmission puzzles Toni Honey. Charlotte, Nortll Carolina H a. H Moron COMPANY L , Q 1909 South Boulevard 1022 Providence Road ED 2-7761 "We Specialize in Automatic Transmissions 120 West Fifth Street FR 6-4627 of All Kinds - Tune Up, Brakes, Front End and Major Repairs" I BIGGERS BRCTHERS Interstate Securities Corporation Incorporated 701 Johnston Building Wholesale Fruits and Produce Chatlette 2, N, C, Frozen Foods - Institutional Canned Goods Charlotte, North Carolina p Mecklenburg Iron Works, Inc. SELWYN SHELL SERVICE "Since 1846" Uflzztolzmljzfe Specia1fi.rt.f" 617 N. Summit Avenue Post Office Box 599 2857 Selwyn Avenue FR 7-9588 ED 52169 R. M. KESTER Page 153 FOR TEENS: Annelies Clemmer School of Ballet THE GYMNASIUM 4710 Park Road Phone 523-5940 KlMBRELL'S FURNITURE CITY 45241 Pineville Road JA 3-7693 ff ffifi' ll 4 :iff '.. .-1:1 .jf.-' ' 1- , ' o Q5 ' .' .....,. , , .,., 2, V. ,..,., , ,.,,,. I f 3" "" 'f ' -sf 753' 9 U 2Q,1,.2,13:. qa??fa? ' E ,11141 ' O -. -:4-5:3-:.'-:ff-:GF 'V f -e'- A . - 9 bg 1 W . .V , -Z'-ji -. 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O N we in C , . ,gn 'Q After School . . . What Next? lm' , . , B x3 L X You want a job that's both useful and rewarding. Among the hundreds of people working to produce Electric Power for the Piedmont Carolinas are clerks, salesmen, home economists, farm experts, service men, linesmen, and engineers in many fields - agricultural, lighting, mechanical, construction, design, and electric. If you would like additional information write Personnel Department, General Offices, Charlotte, N. C. 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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation PLAZA SEDGEFIELD HARDWARE HARDWARE Looking over the charms, Judy Shumate finds one she likes. The Compjefe I-Imlduwfe Store V. BA' N 81 COMPANY 1515 Central Avenue 2813 South Boulevard Charlottetown Mall lie sure to sec- Tim Huddleston and Ken Bozeman for your summer clothes. J. ES Featuring Traditional Styling in Clothing, Furnishings and Sportswear for the Young Campus Man New Racquet Shop Located in the Wfachovia Bank Building ge 160 Dr. R. Adams Dr. David Ballard NV111. T. Berkeley, M.D. Dr. Allan H. Cash Dr. james Crowell Dr. Lucius Gage Girl Ambassadors Club Miss Gordon's Homeroom Dr Di. D 1. D 1. Dr Dr Dr Walter Graham Henry Harrelson Cecil Hawes and Mrs. E. Hemphill Edward Hipp Rufus Hoover Joe Van Hoy Sponsors Dr. P. C. Hull, jr. j. V. Cheerleaders Drs. Keller di Page Dr. and Mrs. Vaiden B. Dr. John M. Kestcr Dr. Vifayne Lee Matthews-james Clinic The Miller Clinic Dr. XV. S. Peery Dr. NW. H. Pettus Dr. Wfilliam Pitts Dr. C. L. Pressly Wfilliam E. Selby, M.D. Drs. Steiger is Mitchner Youth Town, Inc. Kendrick 1961 MUSTANG WASHBIIIIN PRINTING IIIIMPIINY IIHIIRLIITTE ENGRIIVING IIUMPANY CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Printed By Engravings Made By ,YA-. Abbey, Simeon . Abernethy, Ann .. Abernethy, Louis .. Abernethy, Sally .. Abrams. Barry , . . 101,115,121 .....,...32,33,60 . ,,,,,..,...,..., 101 . ,.27, 32, 33, 38, 53, 60 101 Student Index Berkeley, William Berry, David ...,. Berryman, Patricia . Best, Nancy ,..,.... Biggers, Betty Sue . Biggers, Gerald Higham, Harriet Bishop, Franklin ...., Blackwell, Charlotte Blair, Thom ,....., Blake. Linda . ... Abrams, John ... ,............,.,.,.,...., 22, 89 Adams, Dorothy . . .,.. .......4.,...,.....,,,. 2 4, 89 Adams, Edward . , ... 26, 37, 39, 40, 50, 60, 76, 132, 149 Adams, Jerry . . . ,,,., ,.,..,.... ..... . . B9 Adams, Judy . . .,. 31, 32, 36, 43, 60, 70, 132, 157 Adams, Robert ,. ................ 39, 89, 112, 115 Adams, Thad . ,......,....,,..,, 31, 60, 122 Agresta, Phyllis . . ,,.,..,,., ........., 6 0 Aitken, Alan , .,.. ............. . ..,.., . 60 Alexander, John .,.,. .. 32, 33, 42, 60, 79, 122, 149 Alexander. Markham .,. ...,..,.....,,...,,.. .. 60 Alexander, Rosann .. , ...., .,...., 2 8 39 99 Alexander, Stella . Allen, Kay ,... . . Arthurs, Allen, Larcus .,., Allen, Laura . .. Allen. Mary A11n .. Allen, Samuel . Allison, James . . Altizer, Janis .. Alvik, Viki .. Anastes. Gus .. Anders, Louis . . . Anderson, Andrea . Anderson, Carol .. Anderson, Jeanne Anderson, John . .. Anderson, Lane ,.,.. Anderson, Margaret .. Anderson, Susan . Andrews, Miriam .. Angel. Leon ..,,. Apperson, John ...... Applegate. Donald .,.... Applegate, Elizabeth Archer, Susan ........ Argo, Robert .,..,,, Arivella, William .... Armstrong, Brenda David .,.,., Arzberger, Susan . . . Asbury, Kathryn ,. Ashcraft, Melinda . . . Atkins, Katharine ... Atwood, Sandra ,.. Austin, Leonard .. . Austin, Patricia .. ,3- ..,.102 Avent, Kendrick . Ayers, James . .. Ayers, Nancy . Ayers, Wayne Bagby. Katherine , . Baker, Jack .. . Baker, .lane ,..,, . Baker. Nancye . Ballenger, Edward . Bamberger, Barbara Banks. Barbara , . , Barach, Barbara . . Barach, Joseph . ..... , Banlen. Stephen . Barefoot, Paul . 31.37, Barheld, Elaine ,. . .. Barkley, Michael . . . . Barksdale, Brian ., Barnes, Elaine . Barnes, James . , Barnes. Nancy ,.. Barnett, Alfred . . Barnett, George , Barnett, Julian .. . Barnett, Pamela ,.,. ..,. Susan Elizabeth Barnett, Barnette, Susan Everett Barnhill, Linda Barnhill, Patsy Barrett, James , Bartcl. Saundra .. Beach, Robert Beach, Toni Beachum, James . Beam, Theodore Beasley, Carole . Beasley, Kathryn ,,,, Beattie, Elizabeth . Beatty, Kathryn .. Beaver, Jeffrey ., Bechtold, Philip ., Bcck. Patricia Bell, Marya . . Benfield, Patricia , Benfield, Susan . .. Bennett, Sally . . . Benoit, Elizabeth , . Bentley, Barbara . Benton, Clinton . Page 162 .,.,....101 ....,. 60 .,..101 ..............101 ,............ 101 .......... 22,101 37,39,89,112,117 ,...,....,..18,89 ....,..,... 109 ... 60,117 ., .31,101 . ., 101 ....1a,s9 .... 89 .. .101 .. 101,121 28,60,B2,124 ........,60,136 .22.23,B9 ,...,...89 ..,,41,60.62 ...,....89 ....34,60 ...101 ,...60 ..,.38,60 .60 B9 ...101,109 ...,101 ....6l .,...,.101 B9 89 . 21, 22,101 .... 101, 121 . . 41. 61 .. 61, 118.119 61 ,.,6l ...61 .,.89 .89 . 89 ,.89 ...101 . 61 . ,21,10l 42, 59, 61, 73, 122, 123, 130, 132 . ,t....,... 10,61 , . .., . .. 101 . 89 . 89 ... 89,99 .. 36,09 . .. . 61 . 90 ., 21.22.61 . . 31,90 . . 101 .. 2s,3a.90 ... .... 61 ... 101 .. 19,62 .. 101 ...41,62 .. .90 90 .. . 101 ..21,22,62 101 .. 22,101 .. .27,101 101,112,121 . 18, 90 18, 22, 90 60 ......... ..90 , .. ,,... 101 .13, 22, 32, 36. 62 .. .102 ... 102,112, 115 Blakeney, Virginia Blythe, Cynthia .... Boger, Charles .,... Boger, Sally Bolen, John ,.., Bolen, William .... Bolles, Rosemary ,. Booe, Beverly ., Boone, Barbara ,. Booth. Harry Bost. Suzanne .. Boulware. Trez Bowen, Nancy Bowers, Ronald Bowles, Carol . . Boyd, Davis . . Boyd. Harry . . Boyd, Kenneth .. Boyd, Robert . . Boyd, Roy . . Boyles, Sharon Boyles, Thomas . Bozeman. Kenneth Bozeman, Mary Bradford, Hannah Branon, Martha Brazzeal, Charles .... Brenizer. Leigh Brietz, Robert . Brinkley. James ..... Brislin, Kathleen .. . Britt, Laura ...,.. Britt, Thomas Britton, Donald Broach, Amall Brokhoff, Virginia . Brooks, Sandra .... Broome, Charles .. Broome. Kavin . Broome, Sharron . Brown, Carol Ann Brown, Kenneth .. Brown, Troy ..,.. Bryant, James .. Buck, Stephen Buice, Edith .. Buice. Jo Anne . . Burg. Richard Burgess. John ..... Burley, Millicent . Burley. Samuel .... Burns. Harriet .. Burr. Sanders . Burrier. Judith Butz, Sally , .,.. . Byerly, Lawrence .. Byrd, Ashley ... Byrd, Carolyn Byrd. Jeane Caldwell, Alexander Caldwell, Beverly . . . Caldwell, Daniel . David , Caldwell, Caldwell, Douglas . Caldwell, James Caldwell, Joseph .. Camby, Ray . Campbell, Larry . Campen, Mary . Canady, Allell Capristo, George .. Carabateas. Angela . Carey, Anne ..,., Carey, Gertrude ..,.. Carey, Philip Carpenter, Randolph Carroll, Eleanor . Carson, Sandra .... Carter, Leonard Carter. Martha . Cass. Robert .... Cato, Robert .. , Candle, Richard . Caulkins, Jane Cayce. John . .. . Chadwick, Howard Chalabie, Brenda Chambers, Keating Chambers, Nancy .. Champion, Judy Chanon, John ... Chapman, Phillip . . .... ,l02,122 H..22,101,102 102 ,..,..27,62 , ..,. 90 18 ,.....102 ,....43,102 ....90,99 . 62 62 681 13, 21, 36, 43, , Q ,c,, 22, 24, S5 3 3 31, 133, 136. 140 90 , .....,,. 43,102 .......62 H...21,22,l02 H...62,67,125 ......102,109 .n,..,.. 62 . 18, 21. 22, 62 6, 90, 96, 99. 124 .....H.. 41,90 ...... 63 ....22,63 ,.... 90 ..... 63 ..,..90,117 .... 102 .. .102,1l7 . ..... 90 ... 101,102 .. . 41,90 ... 41,63,160 .. ..... 102 ... ..38,63 ... 32,35,63 .,... , 63 ..,. . 90 W..,2l.63,155 .....,..,.102 , .... ,., 90 .....102 ............ 63 ......,..,.. 63 l,32,36,63,l33 ...... 102,109 .. . .... 90 .... 102 .. 102 . .,.102 ......102 . . 102 .H 41,63 . . 37.90.96 ... .90.119 ....... 38,63 . ... 102,104 24,l02,104,122 ....,..,.... 90 ........... 90 ....102 ... 90 ... 90 . . 35,63 63 N102 . 90 .. 90 .. .. .. 90 , . 102 49, 63, 122, 123 63 39, 63, 74 21, 22, 90, 122 .., . 34. 63 90 ,,,..102 ,..102 ....64 ..102 ...90 .64 ..,.102 ...,64 102 .. 88.90 .....102 . 102 . 90.118, 119. 120 34-,64,119 ... 22,102 102 102 .21, 22. 28. 29. 90 .,.102 ., ...,. 64 ..90 ..90 64 .....102 Charnley, Loren Charnley, Walter .,.. Chase, Charles Chase, Elizabeth Cheney, Sandra Chittendon, Carolyn . Christenbury, William Christensen, Lynn Cisne, Neal .......... ClaPP. Milton ..... Clark, William Clayton, Edward Clayton. Samuel Cleyrat, Daniel .,... Clifton, Kenneth Clinard. Thomas Clippard, Lee ...., Clontz, Janette .... Cloud, LeRoy ..... Cloyd. Franklin , Clutz, Mary Cochrane, Janet Coffey. Jane ,,... Coggins, James Coleman, Nancy Collier, Nancy Condon, Frances Connelly. Janet .... Connelly. Lawrence ., Connor. Cheryl Conrad, Virginia . Conway, Olivia Cook, Diana .... Cook, Gerald . . Coon, Carolyn . . Copeland, Alexander 12 Copley, Judith ,.,.,. . Corbin. Carl . . .. Corbin, Evan ..., Cornelius, John ,,.. Cornelius, William Cornell, Thomas . .. Corry, Robert .... Counts, Kenneth . ,. Couric, Sarah .... Cox, Joseph .... Cox, Patricia . , Craig, Meredith . Craver. John ,, . Crawford, Roger , . . Crayton, Thomas Cribb. Richard . .. Crockett, Diane Crockett, Margaret . Cromartie. James . . . Crosby, John ...,. Crosby. Nancye . Crothers. William ,. Crouse. Camille .,,. Crowell, Edward .., Crowell, Gail . Crowther. Denis , Crump, Jolm ... Cummings. Gayle . Cunningham, Elisabeth Cunl, Douglas . . . . Curlee, Joseph . . Cnrnow, Ann .,. Currie. Helen ,. Currie. Robert . ., Curry. Ronald . Daggett. Benjamin Dale, Sharon . Dancy, Ricky . Daniel, Aubrey .. Daniel, Gretchen , Daniel, Walter , Darden, Chalmers Darling. John .. Davenport, Marsha , Davidson, Gerard .. Davies, Todd Davis, Camilla . ., Davis, Dona , . Davis. Harold ...... Davis. Jackson .. . Davis. James Edmund Davis. James Edward Davis, Larry ..,..... Davis, Ray .,.. , . Davis, Sarah ., Dawson, Nancy . Dean, Robert . Deason. Jones ...., DECLIIIIII. Bingham ., deKrat1t, Charles DeMik, Kay ..., Dente, Michael ,..,, Denton, Graham . , Denton, Suzanne .... DeRamus. James ...,. Devereux, Elizabeth . ... 64,111,122 .,,.....28,90 ......., 90 A,..32,40,64 ....... 64 ....,......48,90 ...,,..........102 ........,..,,.,..102 136 H..102,116,12L ..u.... 90 30,31,39,as,90,99,110,119,120 ......,,.....,..,.U........,34,64 102 , 26, 30, 37, 65, ....,102 .....102 ....,102 ... 65 ..... 90 .....102 ,.. 65 ....... 65 ........102 .H..22,23,90 ...,......34,65 ........,102,125 H,..27,32,65.86 ..........., 65 ..........102 ........,.102 ..........., 90 H..25,l02,104 .. ....... 102 N..26,102,104 ........41,6S ..........,,...., 91 68, 130. 133. 140, 151 -D- ..........,.102,121 ....,..102 .....102,ll5 ,.,65.116 H..,.....U..102 .....,.....102,l17 .. 21,22,32,6s,116 ,......,,18,65,158 .....65,112,113,114 .H...26,35,38,6S ..,....,......103 ..........103 H..21,22,103 . .......... 65 103 .. 26,32,38,65 . ...... ..65 .. . .. 22,103 ,...65,80,116,142 .. ......,.. 103 .... .. 103 ., ..,.,......,.. 91 91 26, 32, 36. 66, 85, 141 . . .....,,.... 103 .. 22.66 ...103 ...91 .....91 ...49,66 . .91 . .50.103 . . .... 66,112 37, 66,112, 113,114 22,103 ,. 103 ,. 103 .,..l03 .. 91 ...M103 ...103 .. 91 103 .. .50,66 . ,22,23,91 ..103.100 ..18.9l ..,25.91 . 66 103 103 66 . 91.119 ..,8.35.66 ....35,l03 ....,.103 66 103 66 66 ..,..22,103 ....103,11S .....66,125 ....... 66 H..18.91 ..,,, 1192 Dewe Charles y, ..,.,,,. Diamaduros, Stamatina Dickey, Linda ....... Dickson, Carol ....,.. Dietler, Katharine Dillehay, George Dodge, Peter .,.... Doerr, Monica .,.. Dougherty, Ellen . 1 1 Douglas, Louise 1. Douglas, Stephen 1. Dover, Nancy ..... Dowd, Barbara .1 Downs, Jeanne .... Downs, John ...... Driskill, Thomas .,... DuBose, Charles 31, 32. DuBose, Denise ..,.. DnBose, Theodore Duckworth, Angela . 1 1 Dnlin, Jane ,....... Duncan, Rebecca 1. Dunlap, Walter ..., Du Pont, Norman .1 Durham, Melvin 1. Duvall, Howard 11 Dwelle, Sara .... Eaker, Deanna Eargle, Tahelia Earnhardt, Judith 11 East, Nancy ....... Ed. Jane ...,... Edwards, Gary .... Edwards, Mark ,.., Ehrman, Maria Eisler, James Elliot, Caroline ..., Elliot, Jo Ann ....,., Elliott, Constantine .1 Elliott, George ...... Ellis, Ann .......... Ellis, Marian .,..., Elmore, Richard 1 1 Elrod, Anne ....., Elrod, Charles .1 Elrod, Edgar .... Elting, James ,.... Ervin, Sarah ....,. Eskridge, Patricia Evans, David ,,.,, Evans, Miriam Faris, Daniel 11 Farmer, Bernice Farnan, Carolyn Farr, Barry . Farris, Stewart 1 1 Farthing, Jane Faulk, John ......, Faulkner, Dorothy Favor, Charles ,..,. Ferris, Gwendolyn 1 1 Ferris, Lee ...,.,... Finch, Bertram 1 Finley, Clarissa 1. Finley, John ....,, Finley, William .,,. Finman, Edward Firestone, Lynne Fisher, Kenneth .1 Fisher, Mary ....,. Fitzgerald, James .1 Flint, Linda ...... Flowe, Thomas 1 Floyd, Ann ..,. Flynn, Smith 1. Fodel, Elaine ,..., Foley, Alice ..., 11 Follmer, Katharine 1. Folsom, John .,.... Ford, Kay .,,.... Forehand, Mary 11 Forshaw, Thomas 11 Foster, Edward Frank, Marilyn 1 1 Freedland, Leslie Freeze, James ..,. Frerking, Judith Frost, Dorothy Frost, Roberta ,..,. Fuller, Raymond Fullerton, Martha 11 Furman, Robert 11 Furr, Jerry 11 1. Caddy, Gaye .... Gaddy, Robert 91 1.11103 1.1.1103 .....11l03 66 103,121 .1 .,., 66 91 91 91 103 111130,38,103 1.11.35,66 91 37, 59, 67, 6B, 119, 120, 130, 131, 133 40,55,67,80 ...111.1103,121 67 91 67 67 1 .....,,,...,.,........... 67 H..1111.11n11111.11.111113, 67 .1 32, 33, 37, 42, 67, 112,l14, 130 H.1.21,22,91 111.1...1103 11.1111 91 1.111 67 1111s0,103 .111 91 .1111 91 1.11.11 67 1 91 1 1 1 1 .......,., 103. 104 20, 21, 26, 36, 67, 76, 134 .1 ..r..,.,... 18, 19, 68, 117 H...,18,103,121 1.1M.1.6a,as ....111..103 91 .H . 1. ...1. .. 32,68,146 12,32.33,50,68,112,114 111 .,.....,,,.....,1. 103 111.1..H.1.11....H1 41 1.11103 91 1.191 91 91 34,68 11111103 89 1111341 42,6111 "' .'f103,' 68 68 103 91 112 91 91 115 1111.103 1 .1103 11.1 68 .111 91 111. 91 . 1 103 11..21.103 H.1..H.103 111111113s.91 .1..21,22,91 111111.11103 1 1 1 1103, 121 H.. 35,68 1.1103 1.1 91 .1 1103 111. 91 1.11 1. 91 ....91,112 11.1 103 1 1 103 ..11.21,91 111. 103 11.1.1.1 103 ...11..91,100 ......1.100,103 H...91,112,111 11.11.1111 91 1111... 91 ..11122,91 11.1103 91 Student Index Gainey, Rebecca .11 Gale, Robert 11 .11 Gallagher, Elizabeth Gauge, Carol . 1111 Gantt, Bobbie Jean Garden, Christine 1. Garlinkel, Eileen 1. Garrison, Carol Ann Gaskell, Jean 1.1 Gaskins, Tana .,.. Gathings. Ross 11 1 Gebhardt, Susan 1 1 1 Genois, Edmond 1 1 George, Gayle 1 1 Gibson, Andrell 1. Gilchrist, Marshall 1 Gilmour, Deane 1 Gilrealll, Gail .11 Glasgow, Robert 1 Gleason, Ronald Glenn, Robert 11 Glensor, Pamela 1 1 1 Godfrey, Donald 1 11 Godwin, Goodma Gordon, Grahaln, Kenneth 1 n, Ronald 1 1 James ..,., Cynthia 1 Graham, Julianne 1 Graham, Laurence 1 Graham, Margaret 1. Graham, Walter 1 1 1 Granger, Joanna 11. Grasty, Lucy 1. Green, Carol 1 1 Greene, Daniel 11 Greene, Howard 1 1 Greene, Ronald 1 Greenspan, Roger 1 1 . Grey. J 811165 ,..,. 1 . 1 Gribble, Rex 1 Grifenhagen, William Griffin, Ashlin ..... Griffin, Susan .,.,, Griflin, William ..,. Grifhth, Julius 111 Grosboll, Martha Grosswald, Richard 1 Grubb, Nancy 111 Guerrant, William 11 Gurley, Linda ,..,. Guthrie. Dennis 1 1 Guthrie, Pamela Haake. William 1 Hackett. Linda ,.,, Haxlden, Margaret 1 Hair, Diane Halberstadt, Paul Hall, Ann 1 1 1 1 Hall. Jackson ,,., Ham. Joseph 1 1 . Hamhley, Coleman 1 Hambley, Elizabeth Hamilton, Anne .,,. Hamilto llamilto n. Edward 1 n, William 1 Hammersley, Carol 1 Hamrick, Arthur 1 Hancock, Geremain Hancock, Virginia 11 Hanes, Charles 1 Hanes. Stephen 1 1 1 Hanks. William 1 1 1 Hanner. James 11. Harcharik, Allen . Hardee, Kirk . Harkey, Joseph 1 Harkey, Permelia 11 Harmon, Sue 1. Harris, Dianne 1 Harris, Gaye . Harris. Howard 1 .1 Harris. John 1 1 1 Harris, Joseph 11 Harris. Kenneth ,... Harris. Marv Harris. Patricia 1 1 Harrison, John 1 ,,.. Harrison, Lawrence Hart. Patrick 1. 1 Hartley, Thomas Hartsell, Cheryl . 1 Hartsell, Richard .1 Hassler, Darlene Hatcher, Gayle Hawkins, Lynn 1 Hawn, Anne Hayes, Linda ..,. Hayes, Robert 1. 1 Heacock. Carolyn 1 Heath, Benjamin Heath, Melva .,.. 1 1 Heath, Milton ...,,. Hceseman, Elizabeth 1. ..,..., 103 .11.21, 28, 29, 91 1 1.22, 23, 68, 137,148 13,3 4, 31, 22, 23, 62, 68, 148 6, 40, 53, 92, 99, 124 1 ..,...,.., 11103 ......,.. 11 69 1 11 136,92 H11 37,39,69,117 1..1 1s,92,124 H. 1 69,112 1 1 69.117 l7,18,92 22,92,122 1. 102, 117 1. 104- 1. 118. 69.158 1 1 1 104 111. .92, 117 104 11 .1192,99 .1 .169 1 . 11,192,125 6 1 9, 74, 18,119,120 1 ..,.., 104 27,92,99 92 .92 69, 79, 112 .1 1.41, 69 25. 92 22. 104 . ... . 92 11.142.69.122 .11..11111 92 .......1104 11.1.1104 111.13169 1 .,..,. 104 1..192,111 111.11111 38,104 1 . 1.. 92 . 26,32,36,62,69 111.1...11..1.1 69 1.. ...,.. 1. 92 92 .11 38, 69, 124 1 1104 111.11 92 .3 28,92 .11 92 .1..111.. 92 11 ,.,,,,. 104 11.1o4,112,11s . ..,,, 104 1 ,.., . . 69 11.104 .11 92 1 1 92.99 11.......1 69 1 ,,,,.., 69 11 .1 .1 104 1. 22,2s.69,13 1....... 104 .1 11. 104 H11.10,111 ...1 104 11 192.116 70 .1.13,70 1 104 11 35,70,82 104 11 18,93 ...43,93 .1104 111.70 1.1104 1. 70 ...93 .11 70 93 11.1 .1. 1 93 111 93,112,115 .111.1.42,10 1111111.11111 93 111.........1.. 93 93 1 1 1 31, 36, 38, 39, .11104,109 11.1.1104 104 1111104 1111104 70 11.1104 1.70 Helleltinger, Daniel Helms, Bobby 1 Helms, Kathryn 1. Helms, Kenneth E. Helms, Kenneth W. Helms, Patricia 11 Hemby, Patricia 1.1 Hemphill, James 11 Hemphill, John 1 Hemphill, Martha 1 1 Henderson, Alan Henderson, John Henderson, Marjorie Henderson, Nancy 1.1. Henderson. Shephard . Henry, Janie .,.., 1. Hensley. Andrew 1. Herring, Sarah Heston, Gayle Hivks. Connelia Hightower. .John 1 . Hill, Michael Hilton, Jerry 1 1 Hines. Janet 1 Hinson, William .1 Hirsch, David 1 Hitchcock, Elizabeth 1 Hobbie, Nicholas ..., Hobbs. Clarence Hobbs, Kathryn 11 Hodges, Stephen . 1 . Hogewood, Montgomery Holden, Carol 1 1 1 .1 Holder. Anne 1 Holder, Linda 1. Holder. Robert 1 1 Holliday, Mary Hollifield, William 1 1 Hollingsworth, George Holman, Lee .,...,, 1 1 Holmes, William 1 1 Holthaus, Ann ,,., Holton, Robert 1 1 Honey, Marilyn Honey. Toni 11 1 Honeycutt, Nancy H0Od. Joan 1 1 Hoover. Betty 11 1 Hope, William 1 1 1 Hopkins. Jacqueline Hopkins, June 1 Horne, Corinne 11 Horney, Laurin 1 Hough, Frank Hough, James 1 Hough, Jeanne . 1. Hough, Judith 1 House, Roy Houston, Michael Hont. Patricia . Hovis. Michael Howard, Willis , Howell, Judith 1 Howey, Edwin Howie. Edward Howie. Patricia Howie, Robert Howren, Gregorv 1 Hoyle, Douglas 1. Hubbard, Mary Anu Hnddleston. Timothy 1 Hudgins, Melinda Hudson, Byron 1 Hudson, Charles Hull, Patricia 1. Hutiaker, Alexander 1 Hull, Peggy ..... Hulsey, Janice 1. Hunt. Robert Hunter, David 11 Hunter, Elaine 1. Hunter, Gale Hunter, Wayne Huntington. Nancy 1. Hurt. Floyd 1 Husband, Ralph . Hyatt, Allison .1 Hvatt. Alvin Hvsler, Edwin . lnderfurth. Pamela 11 Jackson, Jon Jackson. Lee Jackson, Linda 1. Jackson, Nancy .. James, Margaret 1 . Jarrel. Jane .1 . Jarrell. Kathryn Jeffries, William Jerman, Jean ..,.., 11. 70 11.1.1 93 H.1111 1 93 1.1 2l,22,93 1111... 104 1111 70 ....141,93 1 1 24, 93 1 1 1 22, 104 1 1 1 38, 93 1 93 1 1 8. 93 1 1.93 . 11 127,104 4, 8, 71, 80 1.1 1. .. 71 104, 121 18, 36, 70, 124 .1 l8,7l,125 1.1111 1 104 1.11.11 93 1 . 71 11 1 71 1.1 71,158 111. 71 . 11 104 1. 134,11 1111. 71 11 71 .11.104 1. 1.1105 1111131105 . 18,71 1..141,93 .11 22,93 11 .1 22,71 93 71,112,117 1 1 1 1105 .105 11,122,105 93 93 .105 143,105,153 1 ..1.1 105 .1 105 1 .105 1. 93 1 22, 105 1 43, 71, 76 1 . 105 1 25, 93 . 1 71 1 1 1 105 11 105 1 105 11.193 .71 11 34,71 1. 72 93 11 93 93 .. 172,86 1.11105 1 72 11.93 .93 11.172 41, 72, 160 38, 93 11.1 105 .. 105 .. 11... 72 1 21.22,12 1. 61.72 1 1 93 1 105 .1 105 11 105 105 1 93 . 92, 93, 124 93 21, 42. 93. 99 1 1 1 93 93 IB, 72 72 1. 72 ...105 .11 105 ... 18,93 ...122,105 111.105 .193 1 10.9 93 Page 163 Jewell. Ann Johansen. Patil .lohnson. Carolyn Johnson, David .lohnson. Dr-anne Johnson. Monroe .lohnsto11. Edward Johnston, Mary Yorke Johnston. Rebekah , Johnstone, Joan ., Johnstone. Joyee .lolly, Jo Ann . Jones. Finley Jones, Fleming , Jones Jean , Jones, Laurence Jones Lee . J ones. Nlary Fraufes Jones Michael . Jones Patil ... Jones Russell Jones Sara Frances Jordan. Diane Jorclan. Kenneth Josef. Lawson . ,. Joyee. Patricia Kaigler, Kathleen Kaleel, Donald ., Kanupke. Charles Kaperonis. Statahoula Katzenmoyer, Bette . . Keen. Patil . Keeter. .Judy ..., , Keitl1, Carolyn Kelleher, Deborah Kelley. Donald . ,, Kellogg. Robert . . Kelly. Mary Patricia Kendrick. Anne Kendrick. Vaiden . Kennedy. Rolfe Kephart. Vicky . Kerns. Claudia Kessaris. Meta . Kester, John . Kimbirl. Terry Kimel. Alive . King. Carol ..., King, Dennis . Kin,f1..lutly .. King, Linda Kinnaird. Virginia Kinney. Deyonne Kirkpatrick, Marreni Kirkwood, Kathleen Kiser. Daxid , Kiser, .lt-rry . Kleinfeldt, Sanford . Klutz. lirenda .. Knaul1. Margur-rite ., Kontos, Anastasia Koralek. Linda . Kraft. Naomi . ,, Kreanir-r, Karen , Kuester. Faison Kuester. Kate , Kuester. Mariana Kuykendall. George Lake, Claudine Lambert. Joyce Lamhert. Sherry Lambeth. Judy , Lancaster. Mary Lane. Carole . Lane, John , Lane, Leila , ,. Lanning. Peggy , . La Pointe. John Latimer, Kay , . . Lauppr-, Thonias Layinder, Forrest Law. Kathryn ... Lawinfz. Dorothy Lawingz. James , Laws. Shelley , Layton, David Leak. Mary Stella , Leavelle. James Le Carpr-ntier. Dia11e Ledford. Susan Lee, Linda Leekley. Carol Leggett, llow . ,. Leonard, Barbara Lewis, Barbara ,, Lewis, Bryson Ligon. Katherine Lindenian. David , Lindsay, Mary ., Page' 164 , 105 . 72 ...,105 93 35,72 . 93 105 21. 49, 93, 96, 99 105 .,.38.94 ,....105 .. 94 .72 .. ,... 72 94 ,, 72 , 105. 116, 122 ,, 12 ,,...,,105 .,94 39.72 105 .. 94 ,,.73 .41 .....105 .1 57.91 ..73,119 91 94- 24,91 18 94 ..,,.l05 , 105 ,22,39.94 ,,..,94,116 ..... 94 .,.,. 26.73 .....94.116 ,,.., 105 ... . 91 . 73 .,,,34,73 ,... 105 ... 105 . . 105 ,. 103 .,. 94 ,.,. 94 . . 105 ,... 94 ,, 105 .. ,18.73 105 , 105.121 .105 .. 9-1 .,..18,941- 94 .. 94 ...92.94 94 H94 ,...,105, 121 38.105 ,., 18. 22. 31. 36. 68, 73 , 105 .. 29,73 94 73 75 ... 4, 42. 74,125 .,,. 105 , . .. 55, 73 .... 21.105 .. 105 31. 89. 941 . ,. , 105,115 . 94 36. 94, 96, 124, 125 . 105 . ,, , 41.9-1 ,. , ...105 , 74 a2.59,60,14,1a4 , 94,112 ,. .. 105 94,96,99 23.36.73.74.148 . . 94 . .,...,, 94 , . . 105 94 74 , . 74 ..18,74 74 Student Lineberger. Kenneth Lineberger, William Liner. Cheryl ....,. Linker, Henrietta .. Linker. Henry .... Lipford. Birch ., Lipscomb, Ned Little. Gwynn .. Little, Linda .. Little, Lynn ....., Little, Sandra . ,.,,. Littlefield. Dianne . Littlejohn, Samuel . Lloyd. Judith , Lobdell, Malinda 14, 21, Loftin. Ann .,....,... Logan. Pamela ., ., Logue, Jon ,... Lokey, Harriet .... Louu. Anne ,. Lookabill. Linda Looper. Robert Loring. Carol .... Love, .Judith Love. Marsha Love. Truman Lovings. James ,. Lucas, Benjamin , 24, 3 Index .. 21, 22. 105 ....,.. 74 ..,.... 94 ..H,.1B,74 ....105,117 .,,.,...106 ...19,2a,106 ....... 94 ,,. 74 ... 94 ..... 94 ... 18,74 ..... 94 .........H..,..,...... 106 1. 32. 36. 40, 59, 75. 85. 134 ...s........s.. 26,94,99 ,...,............ ,.,1.106 ., 22,94,119 ..,.... 94 ,,. 34,75 94 75 . 27,106 ...,.27, 34, 35, 57, 75 ......106 .....106 l.ut-as, Nancy .. ... 75 -M- Nlar-Aleer, Eddy . ,., .. 21, 22, 94 MacLean, Lynn ... ,..... ,. 94 MaeNeill. John ... ..,. 106, 116 Mau-Rae, Frank ,.., .... 9 5. 112 Madrlock. Douglas . ...75, 117 Mafhtt. Mary .... ..,. 1 06 Major. Joe ,.,,. ..,.. , 95 Mallard. Williatli ..... 95, 112 Mann, Lonnie .. ....... 75 Manning. Nancy ., ...,, , 106 Marine. Lesley i,,1 ..... 9 5. 125 Marion. Patil ,.,.... . 21, 22,106 Marney, Christopher ..........,.....,.,... . 95 Marple. Naney ... ..... ,...,,.,,,... . 32, 75 Marshall. Thomas . , ..... 13. 37. 39, 42. 75, 130. 136 Martin. Barbara ., ,.,. 36. 43, 75, 136, 137. 139 Martin. Caroline ... ,..,, ...,,,. .,.,. 2 5 , 95 Martin. Ellen .... ., ,... ...... 1 06 Martin. Hugh .,. .,... 106,115 Martin. Wayne ., ,,,,.,.,. 75 Nlarwitz. Patrii-ia ... ., , 34, 75 Nlast-ho. James ... ... 18. 55, 75, 112 Mason, Craig ... ,...,.... . 75 Massey, Harriet ,. ... .., 41, 95 Massey. James . . .... 95 Masters, Bette ,.. ,... 106 Mathews, George , , Matthews. Susan ,, Mauney, Jayne .... Mayer, Harriet .,,, Mayer. Maxine .. Nlayo. Elliott ,,.., Mays. Dwight ,..., MeArver, Elizabeth MeArver. Harry Nl:-Clellan. Sandra . MeClintoc'k. William McClure. Bruce Mt-Clure, Julianne lN1eComhs, lilizabetlt Mt-Corkle. Dell .,.. Mt'Corkle. Donna . X11-Donald. Geraldine NleDougle, Dorothy NleEwen. Morris . lVleFadden. Mary ... MeF'eely, Mary ,,. M1'Garity. Gene .. Mt-Garity. Griggs , Mt-Ginn, Woods Mt'Ginty, David ,. McGowan, Barbara , McGowan, Robert , , MrGuire, John ,.., , 'Wt-Guire. William ... Mel-lenry, Richard ... Mclntire, Dianne ... M4-lyer. Sharon ,..., MrKaig. Stuart . MeKinnon, Alexander . Mc-Laughlin. Michael . McLain, Franklin , ,. McLeod. Donald . , . Mrfllanus, Mildred . Mt-Neal. Peggy , MeNeary. .lane . , MeNeely. Marsha . McNeill, Alice ... McNeill, Anne ... MvNinch. Jerome 'tleRae. Thomas .,.. Nleaeliam. Nancy . 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Moore, Marilyn ... Moore, Saundra . . Morgan, Ruel ..,... Morriso Morriso Morriso Morriso n, Ann ..,. n, Herbert n, Jane ,.., n, Susan .. Moseley. Susan Moseley. Wonda Moser, Gail ,,.,.. Motley. Elliot ,... .. Motter. Michael . .. Muilenburg, Barret . . , Mullis, Betty Jean Mulwee, Earleen .,.,. Munforcl, John ,...,... Munford, Katherine .,.. Munroe, Martha ..... Murchison, Larry Murphy, Brenda Murphy. Michael Myers, Charles ...,. Myers. Margaret .... Myers, Mary ..... Naumofi, Susan ., Neal, Clifton ... Nelson, Elizabeth .. Newell. Nancy ..., Newlin. Robert ... Newman, Sara .. Newton, Mary ..., Nicholson, James ., Nicholson. Monte ... Nordman, Frieda ... Nordman, Henry ... Norman. Thomas Norris. Barry ..,.. Nyeum, Sandra Oetzman, Jo Ann O'Hair. Ralph .,.., Oldham, Susan Oliver. Stanton ,,,. Oppold. Sally .. Ormsby. Peggy O'Rourke. Sally .. Orr. Dorothy .,.. . Orr, Linda Ortiz, Marta .. Otten, Allen .... Otts. Charlotte ,... Otts. Rebecca .. Outwater. Lyn .... Overeash, Gloria . . Overrash. Walter Owen. Gloria . ... Owens, Laura ... Page, Dantzler Palmer, Charles Parker. Judith ,. Parker, Oren , .... . Paterson, Aliee .,... Patterson, Dickson .. Patterson. ,lane .,..., Patterson, Josephine Payne. Patricia .... Pearee, Jacqueline . Pearey, Nancy Pearsall, Le Noir . Pearson. Gail ,... Pearson, Judith .. Pearson, Robert .,,. Pearson. Thomas .. Pease, Norman .,.... 95 ... 22,76 .....76,1l7 ...,.,...,l06 .....21,22,95 ......41,95 . . ...43,106 .....,..,....,106 .,...,.....,95,l17 ...,8,3l,34,76,82 ......,.,.....106 ,........... 76 ,,,.1s,16 .....l06 ,...... 95 ...18,106 ..........77,122 ............... 77 .,..l06.112,1l5,122 .,,..,..,...,....106 u.,.s,21,s2,11,141 ...,........,.. 77 .............. 77 ....1o6,125 ,...,.,.1,....,,........1o6 ,.....,...,.,....H.,..... 77 ..,..,H...,,.,.H,..24,95,122 .. . .38, 43, 106, 130, 136, 137, 138 106 ....,..,..,.H,.........106 .,..36,43,89.95,136 ..........,.,... 95 .,.H...53,95,99 ......... 77 ....... 95 ...,....., 77 ......,,....106 .., 22,106,122 .......... 77 ......... 77 ... 95 . ,...,.... 77 1,.......,.,106 ,..,l8,106,116 ........18,77 ,. .,..... 106 ...N- .. .,., 40,49.77.80 .H,,4I,77,147 ..,., 106 U...41,77 .,.,.22,95 ..,. 41,77 ,....41.77 .....l06 ....... 95 .,. 30,95 .... 106 ,., 95 . . 95 ... 31.106 -0- ,.... .. L.. s2,ss,11 ... 95,112,115,111 .............. 95 .,....,...,. 95 ,...... 95 ....,.... 95 .....,.U,.......U...36,95,124 U........N.,..,,..H,..22 106 31. 32, 43, 59, 68, 78, 130, 134: 148 .....H........H. so,s6,1s,109 ......,....,.,...,n.,....,., 95 ,,,.. ,. 106 .H..21,38,78 .......,.. 96 ............106 ,... ..,,. 96 ..,.14,22,78,140 78 -P- . ,........... . 96,116 ....74.78.1l2,113, 114,136 ,.......107 31,107 ....26. 31, 32, 36. 78, 79, 136 29,96 96 78 ,...18,78 78 ....41,78 . ,,,...... 78 ..........,,107 ...,53,101,107 1 107,112,115 Pennigar, Sara 1 1 1 Pentecost, John 11 Peralta, llubert 1 1 Perry, Karla .... Perry, Nancy 1 1 1 Petrea, Larry . 1 1 Petrie, Richard 1. Pfalf, Carolyn ... .1111 Pfohl, David 1 1 32 Pharr, Jean ,.... Pharr, Suzanne Phillips, Harold 1. Phillips, John .... Str-wart. Jill Ralf, Lois ......,. Sllllll, Pickard, Carolyn Pickens, Marshall 1. Pickett, Polly .... Pierce, Frances Pierce, Lloyd Pilcher, Caroline . Pitts, William 1 .1 Pixler. Marsha Place, Wayne 1 1 Poliakofl, Cary Poliakotf, Morton 1. Pollard, Jack ..,, Poole, Dorothy .... Pope. David .11 Porter, Sarah Porter, Thomas Potter, Reid .... Potts, Prank 1 Presley, Cliflord Pressman, Beth .,., Pressman, Michael Price, Lota ...... Purifoy, Leslie ..., Purnell, David .1 Purvis, Alan 1 . 1 Queen, James Quern. Mary Radford, Sylvia Raines, James 11 Randall, Philip ..,. Rankin, Michael 1. Ratchford, Frederic 11 Ratchford. Martha Ray, Joyce ......... Rayburn, James 1.1 Raye, Charles Rea, James Rea, Sue ...,.... Redies, Frank 1.1 Reed, Harmon .1 Rehm, Caryl 1. Reid. Nelson .... Reid, Ronald ..,., Reinstein, Ronald 1 1 1 Rembert, Richard .1 Rembert. Shirley Rembert, Susan 96 Rhyne, Linda Rice, Robert ..,... Rich, Lyttleton ,,.. Richards, Charles .,,, Snffd- 11 1 39.98 Richardson, Barbara ..., Richardson, Cecelia Richardson, Elizabeth Richardson, Peter .,.,, Ridenhour, Monroe 11. Rike. James ,.,.... Rinesh, James ..... Roberson, Percy ..,.,, Robertson, Laura ,...... Robertson, Mary Louise 1 Robey, Ann ...,........ Robinson, Jan ,,... Robinson, Laura Robinson, Vernon Rochester, Dorothy Rochester, Richard 1.1 Rogan, John .,.,,.., Rogers, Diana ...,. Rogers, James Rogers, Jay ..., 1 Rogers, Penny .... Rogers, Thomas ,,.. Rogers, Walton .,.. Rohrbaugh, Woodson .. Roper, Constance ..,. Rosenstein, Susan .,.. Ross, Elizabeth ...,. Ross, Lynda ..,., Ross, Martha Roth, Sheila ,..., Rothell, Freda Rouzer, Janet 1. 1 Rouzer, Nancy .1 Rowe, Nancy .,.. 133,31 ..Q,... .-R- .ff10j21 1126,38,l07 196 11 29, 40, 67, 78 24,25,104,107 78, 119. 130. 131, 135, 139 32, 38. 78, 124, 142 107 107,112,115 96 Si Rudisi ucleni Index ll, Joyce 1 R u pprecht, Sarah 1 Russel Rust, Ryan. Salen, l, Michael 1 1 Charles 1 1 Patricia 1 1 'Timothy 111 Sams, Sara ...., 1 Sanders, .James 11. Sanford, Donald ..,. 1.196 96 .1111.111.-1....74,79 1 1 11 1 107 111.114, 20, 21, 22, 79,141 11.1111111111196.116 1 11 107 32, 33, 58, 79 . ...,,.... 96 96 11 20, 21,76. 79 79 79.125,137,138 107 . 196,115 11111179 1111.79 Sargent, Richard Saussy, Nancy .... Schoof, Charles 1 Schout, James 1 1 1 Schwartz, Nancy 1 Schworm, Robert 1. Scott, Bernadette .1 Scott. June 111 1 Scott, Peter 1. 1.1 Sears, Bradford . S1-awell, Octavia S1-awright. Ann 11 Segrest, Donna 11 Selby, William 1.1 Scnn, Laurence 1 Shackeltord, James 1 Shackelford, William 1. Shaffer, Judith 1 1 1 Shanks, Linda 1 96 ..1119,79 11 96 .1 18. 79 1. 50, 107 79 11 107, 117 1 24, 28. 29, 96, 99 111 . 141, 96 111132, 40, 80 .1 107,116 80 107 111107 96 96 80 1111.107 1 80 1.1107 96 22,80 111107 96 80 41,80 96 80 ..107 1 1 107 1 . . 149. 80 107 11107 107 80 39,96.l121117,152 21,37,40,42,96,99,116 11111H111111111 11107 . 1 1 1 107, 122 111 18, 80, 112,152 1..11....18,81 11.1.1107 1111.1..107 96 32,8l,86 96 81 Sharpe, Linda 1 1 Shaw, Alan 1 Shaw, Betty 1.1 Shaw, Jane 1. Shaw, Lawrence 1 Shaw, Raymond ,... Shelton, David 1 11 Sheppard, Elizabeth Sherrill, Joey .,.,,. Sherrill, Kay 1 1 Shields, Linda Shirey, Charles ,.,, Shoem aker, Raleigh Short, Charles ,..,, Short, George ,.,.. Short, John 1 1 Shotwell, Judith 1 Graeme 1 Shull, Martha .,.. Shumate, Judith .... Sidbury, Richard 1 Sieburg, Robert .1 Siegel, Karen 1 Sieger, Gail 1 Sills, James 11 1. Silverstein, Gary Simms, Carson 1 11 Simpson, Clarence Simpson, Melanie 1 Simon, Michael . 1 1 Sims, Beverly 11 Sims. Judith .,.. Siskron, Herbert 1 1 Skidmore, John 1 11 Skinner, Margaret 1 Sklar, Harry ....., Slaughter, Byron 1 . 1 Slipher, Dottie Small, Christine 1 Small, Philip 11. Smith, Daniel 1 1 S1nitl1, Dennis .1 Smith, George 11 Smith, James 11 Smith, Judith 1 Smith, Macleod Smith, Michael .1 Smith. Miriam ,..., Smith, Myrtleanne 1 Slllllll, Rebekah 11 Smith, Sara 11 111 Smith, Smith, Smith, Shu ford 1 . Sidney ..,. Warren 1 Smoak, Janet 11 Smythe, David 1 Eileen 1 .1 .,., 96.112, 114, , 37, 74, 81,112, 114, 30,a7,a0,97,12a 1.11.1H.111.1111111107 97 1.1107 81 .81 11. s2,79,a1 11197,99,129 . .,.,... 107 11...11.107 ..143, 81, 137 1 .,...,. 97 Snepp, Frank Snook, David 11 Snyder, Francis Snyder, Sarah Solada. Janet 1. 1 Sonnehorn, Madeline Spann. Barbara 1.1 Speir, Nathaniel 11 Spencer, Charles 1 Spencer, Joseph 11 Spencer, Thomas 1 11 107 1 21.32,53.81 11 97 11 57,81 1.11 ai 111 41,97 24,97 97 32, 37, 119, 59, 81, 117 11 1 1.18,81 81 11 197,115 27,97 97 11111111107 34,81 111 18,107,122 1 81 1 38,97 11 107 1 1 34.82 .1 82 1 1 1 97 1 1 107,121 1 21.22,32,a2,122 11 1111 1 58,82 107 82 82 1 107 11 107 11111 82 111 18.82 M11 82,156 .1 97,124 1 29,73,82 11 22,97 .M 38,61,82 111 11 107 111140.100,101,107 V11 39,9f,1l2 111111111 107 1 11 97,112 111138,97 1 22,97 1 . 111 82 111 83,160 111 32,83 H11 97 1111 97 1 1107 1 97 . 83 1 97 .11 41, 97 11 41. 83 11 11 1 107 1 107 1 83, 86,125 2l,22,97 97 97 1111 11107 11 39, 89, 97, 112 83 107 1 26, 97 1. 22,107 111141, 97 111. 107 11 1 97, 99 111 1 83,124 1 20, 21, 22, 83, 129 1.1 1 1.11 1 107 .1 1 22,97 29.83 11 107 11 107 197,99 1121.22,107 1.138,97,99 11111111107 11 11 97 1111108 32, 37, 59, 73. 83, 130 11 .111. 1..1183 11 11111111108 97.99 11108 1. .197,124- 1. 83 Sprock, l'lr1-dcrluli Spurlin, Vicky 1 1 Spurrier, Stella Squires, Louise 1 Stalling s, Patricia Statlord, Richard 111 Stailord, Rohcrt 1 Stallord, Sarah 1 Stailord, Susan 11 Stanford, Hcrbert 111 Stanley, Cathy 1 1. Sturnes, Starnes, Douglas .1 Richard 1 Staton, James 1 Stayer, Janet 1 St. Clair, Duncan St. Clair, Marjorie Steele, James 1 Stegall, Juni-t Stelllngs. l'lcrschcl Stenhouse. Rlcliard Stephens, Betty Stephens, Fred Str-phi-ns. Robert Stephens. Roger Stephenson. Susan Stern, Rohr-rt S141-ttlcr, Vera Stevens. Kevin Stevenson, Micliucl Stewart, Carold 1 St:-wart. Wfilliam St. George, Willialli Stinson. Daniel Stinson, Thomas 1 Stokes, Margaret 11 Stokes, Nancy 1 1 Stokes, Sue Stokes, Theresa 1 1 Stone, Maurice 1 Stone. Ronald 1 1 Stoneham, Joseph Stowe. Eleanor 1 Strange, Ralph .1 Strawn, Betsy 11 Strickhouser, Daniel Strickhouser. Margaret 1 Stroupe, Jacquelyn Sturdivant, Reid 1 . Sullivan. Diana Sullivan, Frances Sullivan, Ciroude Sullivan. John 1 Surratt, Sherry Sutton, Ronald 1 Sutton, Susan Swaim, Jeanne Swanzev. Rebecca Talley, Ann 1 Turf. Patricia 1. Tasker, Tamara 1 1 Talhwcll, Fredric Tatsis, Rosie 1 Tatum, Penny 11 Taylor, Andrew 1 11 Taylor. David 1 1 1 Taylor. Earl 1 1 Taylor. Joyce 1. 99 ...., 1111 83, 112, 111 108, 115, 108 108 115 117 Spoon, Carolyn Spoon, Harry 11111 Spratt, Charles .1.. Spratt, Shirley Spratt, Townley 1. 1 Spring Sprink s, Anne .1 le, Bonnie 1. 11 27, 32, 83, 149 1..11111111.1141,a3 11111a,30,31,a2,30,4s,aa 38,101,108 .1 .1..1.1.1111 97 1.11.108 Taylor, lllicliael . 1 Tent, James 1111 Thomas, John Thomas, Mary 1 Thomas, William 1 Thomason. Durward Thomes, Richard Thompson, Diane Thompson, Ann 1 Thompson, Gail Thompson, Harold Thonipson. Haywaid Thornhill. Virginia Thrift. Yvilliam 11 1 Thrower, Faye 1 Thurman. James Tinsley. David 11 Titlow, Gerald 1 Titlow. Sharon Todd, Jane 1 Todd, Sara 1 1 1 Townsend, Catherine Townslev. Anni- Trembath, Martha 1 Tribble, Anina 1 1 Triplett, Diane 1111 Trotter, William Tucker, Warren Tull, Melanie 1 Turner, Frederick .1 Turner, Judith 1.11 Turner, Robert 111 Turner, Virginia 1 .. Twitty, Patricia 1 1 37, 39. 96, 97, 117 1111 22, 108 1 83 1 108 11 111 97 1 1 108 11 32. 49, 83 1 1.1111 108 1.11.1108 97 11134-,84 111111197 1 108, 116 21, 107 1 108 1.1 97, 115 .1 11 84 81 1 108 25, 97 11 108 97 11 8,1 108 98 32. 33, 36, 84. 135 1 11 28, 8-l 1 1 11 8l 1 108 1 108, 115 11 84 11 43. 108.125 1 108, 115 1 1 108 1 22, 98 11 1122, 108 1 35, 79, 84 11.11 84 1 38, 98 108 111137,8-1 11 84 1 108 22, 31,36, 98 1 1 98 11 21,38,43, 108 11 1. 22,108 1 1 1.11 98 108 1. 84 1 1 1 108 11 23,111,124 1 98 11 1198,119 11 108 .1 1 98 1 108 1 1 41 1 18. 84 1 21. 22, 98. 99 1 11111 35, 84 11 11 1 108 1 11 81 108 1 1 8-1 98.122 25, 98 88, 98,112,117 11 25,101,108 11111111 98 108. 115 30, 31. 37. 85. 92 108 1111. 11 108 1 98, 115 1 98 1 108 98 108 1 98, 116 1 85 1 108 1 98 11 1 98 1 108, 112,115 11.1 85 1111 10a H11 38,108 111111 98 85 108 1 11 11 98 111 1111 1 as 1.111 108 H111301s5,13o 111111.11 as H11110s 11.11 1110s 11.1112 as 11119s,122,123 .11.s5,3a1as 11111111103 Page 165 . . ..... 108 Wells, Bobbie Van Every, Diana ., Van Hoy, Milton . , Van Wagner, Charles ,...,.98,99,124 Van Wagner, Isabelle Yeasey, Patricia ... Venable, Dianne .,.. Venning, Charles .. , Venning, Virginia .. Yiek, Bingham ,.,, Vincent, Larry ,,, Vining, Charles ,. Vinson, William Yogelgesang, Felecia Vogler, Anne . . Wagner, Carol ., Waldron, Thomas . , Walker, Douglas , Walker, Elizabeth . Walker, Lochlin . , Walker, William .,.. Walla:-e, H. James , Wallace. James C. . Wallace, Marvin . Wallas, Jonathan . . Walters, Fay ,.. Walters, James . . Ward, Deloris Ann . Ward, Olivia Ann .. Ward, E lizabeth . . Ward, Gloria . Ward, Harry . Wardell, Robert . . Way, Elizabeth Wasson, Lee ., , Watkins, Sherrill .. 98 ..,..2-4,85 ...26, 85, 149 .......10B 98 85 18, 21, 22, 98, 99 ............108 98 ...50,86 98 ..B6 86 98 ,..41,86 ....10B 86 108 . .... 18, 37, 39, 45, 86, 112 . ,. . ..,.108 . . .108 23, 38, 86, 124 .. ,. .,,.108 .. . ..l08 . 28. 29, 41.86 ...108 .. .98 . . 98 , 98 . . 109 .. . 49, 86 . 41, 86 l Student Index Wegner, Richard ,... Weisman, Sharon Weiss, Audrey .... Weldon, Wilson . . . W'ells, Fenton Welsh, Caroll .,.. Welsh, Sandra .... Welsted, Candace Welton, Lyman . .. Wesley, Judith ..... Westertield, Thomas ..,. Westmoreland, Jamel Whetstone, Ronald ,,.. Whisnant, Kay ..,.,. Wliisnant, Lynn . . White, Ann .. . White, Cecelia . White, Curtis .. White, John . White, Lucie Lea White, Michael . , . Whitfield, Andrea .. Whitley, Sue . , . . Whitney, Kirk .., Whitton, Earle . Whitton, Robert . Wickham, Weeta Jane Wiggins, Sally . Wilkinson, Gay .. W'ilkins0n, Lynn , Wilkinson, Robert . Willard, Blanche Willard. Janice ... Williams. Cay . Williams, John , Williams, La Dean . Williams. Margaret Williamson, Joseph . Willis, Donovan .. , W'illis, Fred .,.,. , .,.. 22, 101, 109, 86 98 116 H...86,l12,14S ..........l09 ........ sv ,.,.27,98 .. 109 ....25,98 ... av ,.. 98 ...... 98 .. . . 109 . 17.98.99 ....a2,as,aa,a: .H... , . .. 41,98 .. ., 87,116,130 , 31, 37, 63. BS. 87, 130 .,.109,117 ,....109 . ,.,.,, 109 .. 98 .,..26,37, 39, 98, 99 . , ..109 . 96, 98, 137, 139 . . . 98 .. . 87 62, 87 13, 36, 43, 59, 87, 131, 135, 136 18. 98 . 36, 40, 42. 89, 96, 98, 99, 124 . . , . , , .,,. 22, 109 .. ,..4,.. , .. ..87 99 . 99 .,.. 39, 99, 112 .. 109, 117 Autographs O I 5 O Page 166 l .,,1'i 11.5 at ' Willis, Gerald . .. Wills, William .. Wilson, Dianne . .. Wilson, Franklin Wilson, Kenneth Wilson, Lynne Wilson, Maurice ,, Wilson, Stephen . Winter, Daniel Wiriden, Charles Wisdom, Stanley Wise, Pamela .. Withrow, Ronald . Wolf, Norman ..,. Wood. Charles .. Wood, Frederick, Wood, Cordon ... Wood, Michael . . Woods, Carmen .. Woodside, Diane . Wooten, Barbara .. Worchester, Linda Wrede, Susan ..., Wrenn, Dianne , , Wright, Robert ., Wright, Sterling .. Wright, William , Wyehe. Benjamin Wynn. Dixie- . Yandle, Brenda .. Yandle. Sherry . ,. Yarbrough, Patriria Yarbrough, Ted Young Barnett Young, Corinne Youngblood, Thomas ,....l09 87 .....109 ...,28,87 ......109 99 . . ..,. 22, 109 99 109 ... .... 109,117 109 ..,..31,109 99 , . , ..,.., 13, 99 .. ..,32,76,87 . ,,... 39, 99, 112 .99 . ..,.. 21, 109 ...,..109 99 99 ... .M 24,91 87 99 99 99 99 87 ,. 109 . , . , 99 43, 109, 137 99 2l.22,109 .. ,... 27,514.87 ....28,109 99 Acknowledgments Though every memory of Myers Park for the year 1960 1961 cannot be cap tured rn these 168 pages we of the 1961 Mmlung staff have trred to show every aspect of the school year However wrthout the cooperatron and hnancral assrstance of many people the Zvlummg could not have become a reahty We feel that we are mdeed fortunate rn havrng such rnterested advertisers and sponsors and we know that the students of Myers Park wrll enjoy patronrzmg our advertrsers We are also mdebtecl to the followmg for therr contrrbutrons Mr Frank Fleming Consultant Washburn Prmtrng Company Mr Prrce Coursey Consultant Charlotte Engravmg Company Mr Earl Powell Plant Manager Washburn Prmtrng Company Mr Charles Smrth Art Consultant Charlotte Engravmg Company Mr George Barbers Kmgskraft Cover Company Kmgsport Tennessee Mrs V1rg1n1aChr1stenbury Mrs ean Howarth Mrs Genevreve Stewart Beverly Studros senror portrarts Mr Ph1lAull Ph1lAullStud1o beauty portrarts Dr ack Horner and the Faculty of Myers Park The 1961 Staff and Homeroom Representatrves Mrss Gordon Freeman Mr Leslre Browne Mr ames Stewart beauty judge Charlottetown Mall Publrc Relatrons Olhce V Nj! 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