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

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WHITLEY. - PAGE 3 9 sh f 'i 1 7 1 V sq, f xii Www A W ' iw "' Q fl' .hes f e ., at - , :gf M4 ff' tJZY3,.:sw W" W, av 15537 f. f if-1 'Wat , Q sq 'I iff 'H , 2' swf W f WG 3:1 V l, J X 94302 ,Q if sw! 5 M N T50 if 5 K 9 We f E ' 1. 6 f ' wa! , 93? 5, I sy 4 f rl 4 f 4, ga 4, Q f ' f 1 PY fymg 6 ,rap X42 ,Ms , , , .4 , f 2 els-4 J , , ,g ,X fy i MH va 1 I 5 A 3: ' M V is While the class watches intently, Miss Whitley explains a basic geometric concept. ln answering a mathematical problem, Miss Whitley en- courages a student to see the solution from several aspects 1 aregm- if Q A T l ,rlffilslgf I X 5 "T ff V -j, 0 Zf w b l ' " A , 'f7'WTr r 7 , , . -M "-fc 'aw if' - V , ,jr ,,," . 4 F f Jr xt .nwsf t M ,,,4.:?j.f'r' -- , x Ms .-' 1 "" 'l ,bs " Q . " ' 4 " ll A ' W Uh. HX' Q ' I J' A 4 A. 6 c , " ' S is Q if I " Q :I ' mv. 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Mgr- - 1, 'N I N, " v P' ' PAGE 5- sol-1oI..ARs1-IIP 5 zo , . .. . 4. 2 21 The per al interview is required for many scholarsh p Scholarship means Working to one's ability intellectually Scholarship reveals itself at Myers Park not only through the winning of coveted scholarships but in many other distinct areas. Recognition for intellectual achievement revealed that many students had striven for quality while at Myers Park. The wide range of scholarships extended from the National Merit Scholarship to the P.T.A. Scholar- ship. Students who received these awards gained out- ward and in many cases valuable recognition for their attainment. Induction into Myers Park's chapter of the National Honor Society climaxed for the top fifteen per cent of the senior class three years of outstanding achievement in both scholastic and extra-curricular endeavors. But scholarship in its true sense is not recognition, but earnest incentive to learn. The scholars of the school could be found in the library reading poetry selections for pure enjoyment, in the laboratory after school delv- ing into the realms of natural and physical sciences, or generally supplementing the classroom lecture. It is, then, this fundamental desire to exercise the mind to one's ability that is scholarship. Building advanced proj ts in a field such as radio, a student supplements his knowledge with valuable independent research. ' GANG!! . In Yemen 'QR We -'Eff' .til 3 .-. If "'f-4P"0'4.Q' g , -Q mm' eq: m,,e-aim sas X 59 'ual U-kgs' Ns PAGE 6 i. ,M-.7 M., ,Q Why, .,.. 2 'ogg N -u 2 1g,.,""A"f' M' ? 5 gf. 13,44 4' ' Q 1 fl l 1 pw ,l ' 4 2- H A .5 . . .1 " .- 'C ff, 1-J ' 4 mf - if ' .A A ,rw, Q.,MJl if , xx f " 'ag asf' 4 f' ' YY..." Ma' "Y rfz., Ju H. xv N.. . A, mi um- ' ' is -. ,, W .W QW ff. . - M ' 1. 5-af , - ' A' : 5"',"1"' ,dl ,u i A ' 1 J :"1i'l1'Y. x f rr- ' .,.Y, A Z. -M S,.f.,, g 2 ,ri W ,,,U.fj.',!,lVff 3. 5 -Fw W' A- -f ,.iv '! A ,r'x"':" 4,,, .MBAR 11.1 I ,F in 1 f? ww Ali! 'A' A Q' .f-'fl x A ti, +6 Af ' R' s su, uxrffy V -.-rw A captain guides efforts of teammates for effective play. C Q3 l LEADERSHIP page-Htfjyu p 6 Q iAg,f.t.'-,.,,,0.rp. f- ,,, , .ii .,.i EE L , ww V. 0? 4 F M , . , . ,. V. , , , ,, , .,, 0 ,, ., 7 .1 C 1 . ., JM .-,5 I .9 :.- A :HM nu sg,v,,,,, .:. 1, . ,,1 I .,:A,, .. ,1 ,A , x, ,V ., ,:, X -,QL-:fall -X 51" 1, I- ,zz I I ,U ..:::. , I .- I .- 0,ii--'Hn,t . V , , ,, V , - Only with responsible guidance can a club function properly. Student director co-ordinates presentation of Follies. Leadership denotes participation in Worthwhile activities Leadership is exemplified at Myers Park not only in areas as varied as officers ot clubs, student council, or team captains, but also in other capacities. To motivate individuals, whether it be an athletic team, student council representatives, or members of the Engi- neers Club requires capable persons who can unite a group into a well-functioning body. An otticer must be willing to devote his time and subordinate other in- terests for the betterment of his organization but pri- marily for the advancement of the school. A leader dis- plays an example worthy of emulation by others. But leadership is, in essence, the ability to merge the efforts of a group to fully realize a purposeful objective. A true leader does not try to perform all the tasks but instills in his followers a desire to serve willingly and effectively. 'PAGE 9' - ....... ,V 6 of "Gu Q cAm'AR5"ks"-0 H '6 V o B F ' 5 5 '72, 195' ig -8 C-" 'Q A9 IIB LY Xioff2"v12i-lux A.,A CITIZEINISI-IIP Editing. distributing student directory is lxey Club project. W'nrking in architects' firm, a student draflsman learns practical and beneficial application of classroom instruction. Citizenship is service to school and community life Citizenship is evidenced by Myers Parkers not only on campus, but also in other areas of social activity. Recognition for two of the best citizens at school comes through the annual presentation of citizenship awards. But exemplary citizens manifest their respect and courtesy for friends, faculty, and other individuals in the student lounge, the classroom, and the basketball court. Estimable sportsmanship, consideration for the property of others, and a helpful attitude toward others are the fundamentals of citizenship. Citizenship is, in effect, an unselfish, well-intentioned attitude toward other individuals. To curb traffic problem, Monogrammers register, direct cars. -5' 4 ,Q e l ' 1' f , I' , 1 ' ' 1 : by 'W , .fir 1 ,a f' ' i ,y ,A J 5 . . 1 'i - PAGE IO ' Q a""" ff as ff 3 5 4 ' J g 2 UI in-I , ,...4,,..-4,--0 M wr- f N, ..v.,,,,,4-and-W' M W.. v4 G" AX ' 'QQW 'WR tivitie Participation in clubs . . . maturity. . . beneficial service projects. . . rehearsal for perfectiong endless copy revisiong public appearances . . . Honor Society tapping . improved relations through open housesg self- and school-improvement: activities p SCHOLARSHIP LEADERSHIP CITIZEN SHIP - PAGE 13' 194, Student Council officers and advisors. Standing: Dr. Lewis, Vice President Gay Williams, Miss Gunter. Seated: Treasurer Raleigh Shoemaker, Presi- dent Billy Clark, and Secretary Wonda Moseley. Committee chairmen. First row: Handbook, Ledford, Mcliaigg Welcom- ing, Miller, Adamsg House and Grounds, Allisong A.F.S., Smith, Devo- tional, Burg. Second row: Athletic, Cass, Buckg Publicity, Gebhardt, Strawng Clubs, Beaver, Latimerg Assemblies, Bryant. Third row: House v--- - --- - Y v.-V s 4... ...En Making morning announcements over the intercom, Billy Clark fulfills one of his duties as student council president. Council sponsors dances, Operating in close contact with students, faculty, and administration, the student council governed campus activities. Delegates to the legislative body were home- room representatives and committee chairmen who formulated projects which encouraged unity within the student body. Serving as liaisons between the organiza- tion and students, the representatives reported decisions and received suggestions for future council discussion and action. Resulting from one of these suggestions was the formation of a standing Elections Committee. Signifying their membership, the homeroom represent- atives, committee chairmen, and officers purchased sterling silver student council pins. Myers Park was chosen the site of the 1962-63 State Student Council Convention. and Grounds, Rogersg Dance, Barnette, Meachamg Public Relations, Sprock, Lawg Citizenship, Whitton, Weldon, School Spirit, Stowe, and Harris. - PAGE 14 v 'UF Serving as delegate for his homeroom, Shuford Smith presents report of student council mccting. .ja r.-W :Z ' , f- x ' . ,gal . K ' ifi Exchange students Ronnie Evans and Ali Tuygan receive punch at ti from A.F.S. committee chairman Warren Smith. clean-up campaign, planting seedlings to beautify campus Dances were money-making projects for the group. Semi-formal dances were given at Homecoming and Christmasg to highlight School Spirit Week, a Sadie Hawkins Dance. During basketball season the Council improved relations with visiting schools by sponsoring open houses after several games. Preliminary plans were completed to expand the Honor Code into an Honor System. The handbook aided the orientation of sopho- mores and new students. Discussions led by committee chairmen in tenth grade homerooms added to the uni- fying force stimulated by the student council. The American Field Service Committee sponsored foreign exchange students attending Myers Park and chose finalists to represent the school in competition for scholarships to go abroad. Assuming leadership in many areas, the legislative body issued charters to all school-sponsored clubs and required each to perform a minimum of two service projects. The House and Grounds Committee conducted a clean-up campaign, awarding a money prize to the winning class. To beautify the campus, the Council sponsored the planting of seedlings and shrubs. Billy Clark initiated the policy that the student council presi- dent deliver morning intercom announcements. The organization decided to maintain a senior trophy room in the new auditorium in which will be placed photo- graphs and newspaper articles concerning outstanding achievements of each graduating class. Left: Publicity Chairman Susie Cebhardt and French Boyd decorate crepe paper Mustang. Center: Public Relations Chairmen Katy Law, Freddy Sprock straighten the Student Lounge. Right: Welcoming Chairmen Bob Adams, Jean Miller point out new auditorium to a visitor. a t y ., ,ff A .V .w b sq 1 in wi v' :st .Q ,mf . . , i ' ,Q t' 'A3 :Ein ' PAGE 15' Business Managers Susan Barnette and Caroline Martin prepare ad lay- out for 'Spark issue. Staff reporter Buddy Davis examines the sports page with Sports Editor Richy Burg and Hecky Stellings. P mx mnui 5 .. 'Qu' vw , Mycipag brings news, editorials before student bod Publishing the school newspaper every three weeks, the MyerSpm'k staff worked long and hard. Sixth period was devoted to preparing each issue by editors, report- ers, and typists. Subscriptions were included in English instructional fees, thus entitling every student to receive a copy. Distribution took place in the homerooms and at lunch. Because of the outstanding ad sales campaign led by Susan Barnette and Caroline Martin, Business Man- agers, special issues were printed at Christmas and grad- uation. Most school clubs and organizations as well as business concerns bought ads. Also, through this sales- manship the entire financial standing of the paper was improved. Organization of the staff differed from that of previ- ous years. Reporters were not placed on definite staffs but wrote for different editors. Features Editor Suzanne Bost received feature stories and poems from many minor staff members. Richy Burg, Sports Editor, as- signed articles which made more accurate accounts of athletic events available. News Editor Bette Katzen- moyer was in charge of write-ups covering all school news. All reporters were responsible for turning in some article for each issue. Typists Gale Hunter and Barbara Dowd prepared the copy for press. Judy Wesley, reporter, and News Editor Bette Katzenmoyer proof an article for publication. ' is .: . , X . swf! V 1:...gE fixi. ' ...t nauesuahv' '-'Q . -'.vxuVn 1'-X3 HXAAYW if - PAGE 16' J' 2' and 1 4 - fi i ,..,,- .- 'xi 'If,r,' 4' "1 .- . Q" 1 . During sixth period, staff members Gale Hunter and Barry Sklar sort articles for layout as Caroline Elliot and Barbara Dowd check spelling When the news-gathering was finished, Co-Editors Mary Quern and jim Hemphill, aided by Mr. Sizer, began their work of making paste-ups which consisted of arranging the columns and selecting appropriate headlines. In this form the 'Spark was taken to press. Besides these journalistic activities, the ,Spark also helped with other school functions. A suggestion box was maintained outside the publications room for stu- dents wishing to offer ideas to the student council. As a money-making project a Daisy Mae and L'il Abner contest was conducted in the Week preceding the Sadie Hawkins Dance. Mr. Sizer, faculty advisor of the MyersSpark, discusses editorials with Co-Editors ,lim Hemphill and Mary Quern. i i I in write-ups, preparing an issue to go to press. Dottie Faulkner and Laurin Horney read 'Spark issues as Linda Worces- ter gives copy to Kay Ford. Gale Hunter receives instructions from Features Editor Suzanne Bost for typing write-up. 0 PAGE 17 i I I I 1? It I. I1 i 55 1 4 1 I 4 J i A i 1 ! i V I U .L Admiring Mustang awards are John Apperson, Business Managerg Mr. Browne and Mrs. Cohan, advisorsg and Walter Graham, Editor. 1961 Mustang wins awardsg Early in September, thirty-nine Murmfzg staff members began planning and working to edit another All-Arneri- can yearbook for Myers Park. Walter Graham, Editor, and Mr. Browne and Mrs. Cohan, Advisors, introduced to the major staff novel ideas to incorporate in the 1962 annual. The entire book was printed on tinted paper, and a special ink was used in the opening section. The theme of the Mumzfzg carried out Myers Park's desire for the renewal of unity in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship. Business Manager john Apperson, assisted by Treas- urer jan Gaskell and an enlarged business staff, sold ads to raise money for the production of the Mustang. For additional funds they initiated a more extensive sale of sponsorships. Homeroom representatives served as salesmen of annuals and class pictures. Section editors toiled to complete the Mustang by the deadline. Layouts were drawn, pictures were taken, and copy was written to present an informative and appeal- ing overview of the year. Assisting them were the minor staff members who increased their knowledge of year- book production by working with the major staff. Major Staff members plan '62 Mustang. Treasurer Jan Gaskell, Class Student Life Editor Dottie McD0ugle, and Sports Editor Skip Motley. Editor Ann Loftin, Activities Editors Eleanor Carroll and Nancy Schwartz, fin w 'Lv -tai Q- J tiiihg ,va us TX in--'M . LX5-isggia ..,,. . kg.. - PAGE 18' 1962 staff employs original ideas in producing yearbook ., Z. xg.. t . Q t I, 1' f: 'zsfa ,Q . '-1,3 - ' s ,Y ff' 2: -1:4-'-Lwlg ,Q V ' .'.' L .. -A e . --' f f Q-.. -lk "ISHS, ,iR,ff5:2if.,Ll LII ,fu "-ZHJI -' - Classes Staff at work: Crouse, Cunningham, Pennigar, Alexander, Allen, Ad Staff. First row: Kendrick, Norman, Taylor. Second row: Mitchiner, Stafford, and Snepp. Henderson, Kuester, Freedland, and Ridenhour. To insure a sharp print photographers Morris McEwen, Jimmy Gordon, Minor Staff studies the dummy. First row: McCorkle, Oppold, Blair, and Stan Mantiply carefully focus the enlarger. George. Second row: Scott, Rowe, Baker, and Beatty. Z 1 l V , ,sf ' 'U' l grg S fx ., V ,ff -PAGE19- Q-Q l. -1 - 2 'Liv' I. 5 J Pen Pushers learn to run off stencils. Kathleen Brislin, Linda Flint, Sue Stokes, Sec. Cheryl Connor, Trcas. Sandie Little, Reporter Miriam Evans, V.P. Elaine Barnes, and Pres. Libby Applegate. Engineers build shelterg Pen Pushers sell scatter pillows To provide an increased understanding of the various branches of science and engineering was the purpose of Myers Parks Engineers club. Assisted by Mr. Walk- er, advisor, the club organized and sponsored the an- nual Science Fair. They designed and constructed a fallout shelter to accommodate the entire club. Preparing high school girls for secretarial careers was the chief aim of the Pen Pushers club. Aside from their diligent shorthand and typing practice, the girls profited from talks by several businessmen. To increase their treasury, they sold M.P. scatter pillows. Engineers officers study bomb shelter blueprint. Trcas. Myers, Sec. Hurt, Pres. Ili-mphill, and V.l'. Stanford. ' PAGE 20 - Engineer Ferman Wardell inspects an entry for the Myers Park Science Fair, sponsored by the club. .., 1 F.T.A. oliicers review their scrapbook containing all M.P. activities. Sitting: Treas. Dawson. Standing: V.P. Eaker, Pres. Barnes, and Sec. Rowe. F.T.A. assists teachersg F.H Girls interested in teaching found the Future Teachers of America program helpful in their preparation for a career. This year the members served as assistants to the teachersg they helped with grading papers in addi- tion to learning how to construct and give tests to students. The club compiled a scrapbook for the school, consisting of a record of all student activities. At the county and state meetings the members exchanged ideas with clubs from other schools. They honored the faculty on Teacher Appreciation Day in February. Through its program the F.T.A. encouraged interest in teaching. F.H.A. members Barbara Dorsey and Susan Oldham prepare to taste Nonnie Kraft's cooking. 0 PAGE 21- A. fefflf. Birch Lipford, Eileen Carfinkel, Mimi Smith listen as Toni Honey re- ports results of the state F.T.A. convention. learns art of homemaking Desiring to prepare themselves for careers as house- wives, the Future Homemakers of America sought to increase their knowledge of the art of homemaking. They practiced making Hower arrangements and origi- nal Christmas decorations. To raise funds for Christmas gifts for a needy family, the members sponsored a paper drive. A guest speaker discussed care of the hair and skin and demonstrated types of hairstyles and make-up techniquesg another speaker talked with the group about prolitable careers in the held of Home Economics. In cooperation with the Foods classes the F.H.A. honored the teachers at a Christmas tea. F.l'I.A officers study patterns. First row: Sec. Howell, Pres. Payne. Second row: Treas. Chittenden, V.l". Finley, and Reporter Faulkner. M WQIQQ unior Red Cross participates in nation-Wide activities 5 aids disaster-stricken areas Homeroom representative Carey Shore explains functions of high school Red Cross to Brenda Klutz and Deanna Eaker. Functioning as an active branch of the American Red Cross, the Myers Park High School Red Cross chapter began the year with a successful membership drive. Donations to support the year's activities were collected by representatives working in their homerooms. Most projects were on a national level or in coopera- tion with other Mecklenburg county schools. As a result of the first of these projects, Myers Park's exchange students were able to make recordings to send to their families at Christmas. Another of these joint projects was preparing Red Cross gift boxesg cartons were filled with small toys and personal grooming items, then sent to orphanages and nurseries in the United States and overseas. Members Lucy Dulin, Pat Hemby, and Jean Byrd prepare Red Cross gift boxes to be sent overseas. fly "lf?'5'e Red Cross Officers. Standing: Sec.-Treas. Martha Ratchford. Sitting: Pres. Carol Anderson, and V.P. Sally Snyder. Doing their part to improve world relations, the members filled a large chest with towels, blankets, and canned goods to be sent to rescue units in disaster areas. To complete the year's work, scrapbooks containing pictures of school and students were exchanged with many South American high schools. Ronnie and Ali, exchange students, receive briefing from Carol Anderson on procedure for making Christmas tapes. - PAGE 22' D.E. members. First row: Sec. Radford, Treas. Massey, Conway, J. Jones, Sullivan, Mitchell, Starnes. Serond row: Otten, McGarity, Wright, Boul- ware, Lawing, Mill, Mathews, Pres. Boyles. Third row: B. jones, Clifton, Benton, Hudson, llartsel, Snyder, Simpson, Craver. Fourth row: Burly, Oliver, and Sutton. D. E. members learn business methods through experience Advised by Mrs. Burgess, members of the Distributive Education club continued academic work while learning of business and advertising through experience in vari- ous jobs. Besides allowing students to learn better methods of business, the group prepared displays of merchandise in the Student Center showcases. Sponsor- ing "Good Grooming Week" was the main project of the club. This week was culminated by a fashion show in which students modeled clothes from local merchants. Advisor Mrs. Burgess, Ronnie Sutton, Jean Jones, and Anne Conway prepare retail merchandise display in Student Center showcase. ...-nl - " L. fair. R fi' i - , 1-- .1 'ff "rp .i Meeting bi-monthly, the group makes plans for projects. Pres. Tommy Boyles addresses club. Seated: Sec. Sylvia Radford and Stan Oliver. ' PAGE 23- lf, Eff. 9""- 12 'Wx 4 SIS St' Key Club. First row: V.P. Rogers, Sec. Bryant, Treas. Weldon, Pres. Sprock, Burg. Third row: Apperson, Shoemaker, Mclntire, Clark, Mc- Whitton. Second row: Tuygan, Slaughter, Taylor, Allison, Motley, Kaig, and Ridenhour. aluable school service projects mirror Key lub activities Byron Slaughter and Jeff Beaver lower school Rags to be drycleaned as school service project. Service projects for community and school marked an- other year of service for the Key Club and Girl Ambas- sadors' Club. First semester activities for the Key Club included providing corsages for the varsity cheerleaders during football season, cleaning the school flags, sponsoring a family at Christmas, and the annual compiling of the Key Club student directory. A new cover design in- corporating the Myers Park seal was used. Varsity cheerleader Marya Bell receives corsage from Key Club members Skip Motley and Norman Pease. 2 I 0 PAGE 24 0 EY J 'x Left: Spirited Ambassadors make tassels. Manning, Rich, Meacham, Frost, and Patterson. Center: Members sing yuletide carols. Right: Nancy Meacham, Jane Morrison, and Wonda Moseley decorate campus tree for Christmas sea son. Accomplishments of GAC benefit both school, communit To improve public relations, the Key Club continued its work by co-sponsoring with the senior Hi-Y an open house after Myers Park's home basketball game with South. Selling Mustang license plates, members aided in boosting school spirit. Making and selling tassels for football games was the first of many projects for the Girl Ambassadors' Club. Early in the fall the club gave their annual New Girls' CAC. First row: Pres. Law, V.P. Bost, Sec. Carroll, Treas. Strawn. Second row: Moseley., Frost, Horne, Rich, Elliot, Spratt, Patterson, Manning. Tea, decorated the Student Center for a football game, and sold potato chips. Christmas was an active time. Presenting the yearly teachers' banquet highlighted the season, followed by decorating a campus tree, yuletide caroling, and giving a party for children at Good Samaritan Hospital. Extending their service to benefit the community further, the Ambassadors aided the March of Dimes, Heart Fund, and Easter Seal drives. Meacham, Blackwell, Stowe. Fourth row: Advisor Carmichael, Williams, Huntington, Gebhardt, Gaskell, Dulin, Miller, Kuester, and Advisor Sifford. Third row: Pennigar, Morrison, Evans, Loftin, Sherrill, 0'Rourke, ,.,,, , ,- Vw' , K 1 5 i i cf QxK.5,X53lAQ0Q gkssfga 3 Ei gs t 4 4 9 fa A ' V L 1 ' V x 8 -'IME IAQUQKQTJ ' was . . 'RASS ' AS'-H091 is - PAGE 25' Sr. Hi -Y plaques honor Western Conference schools ,Al , Sr. Hi-Y Pres. Pete Richardson distributes dance tickets to V.P. Byron Slaughter, Sec. Freddy Sprock, and Treas. John Apperson. Sr. Y-Teens discuss their new point system. Sitting: Pat Hemby, Madeline Sonneborn. Standing: Laura Robinson, Sherry Weisman, and Susan Barnette. -lin , Xa W x ' ,,,,m ,Msn w5.14"" Industrious Sr. Hi-Y members construct plywood plaques to honor Western Conference schools. Sr. Y-Teen officers make Halloween favors. V.P. Hudgins, Treas. Doerr, Sec. Beck, and Pres. Ledford. - PAGE 26 ' Y-Teens support needy family Myers Park's Y-Teen and Hi-Y clubs, sponsored by the YWCA and YMCA, contributed to the welfare of the school and the community by working together in fellowship. Senior Y-Teens were assured of an enthusiastic mem- bership through the use of a newly adopted point sys- tem. To add color and spirit they decorated the halls and goal posts during football season. The club dis- tributed Halloween favors to hospital children and sponsored a needy family during Christmas. The ener- getic junior Y-Teens also decorated for games and sponsored a needy family. They participated in the city- wide potato chip drive to raise money for a new YWCA. Bravely withstanding the cold, the club sold the traditional chrysanthemums at Homecoming. Preliminary plans for the Senior Hi-Y began during the summer at the Blue Ridge Hi-Y camp. The club sent two busloads of students to the Asheville football game and sponsored a fall "hop," To display Mustang hospitality the boys constructed large plywood plaques with the names of all the schools in the Western Con- ference and hung them in the gym. The juniors also gained knowledge at the Hi-Y camp. They boosted spirit by decorating the halls and raised money for the Inter-Club Scholarship by holding their annual car wash. Checking the Jr. Hi-Y's financial situation are Sec. Charles Van Wagner, Treas. Sidney Smith, and Pres. Buddy Finch. 17" Top: Folding blankets to send to hospital children are Jr. Y-Teen ollicers Sec. Ann Haun, V.P. Caroline Elliot, Pres. Barbara Jean Barach, and Treas. Sally Pennigar. Bottom: Jr. Y-Teens decorate SC hall for a foot- ball game. Jr. Hi-Y members Raleigh Shoemaker and David Purnell work on an "easy job" at the clulfs annual car wash. .5 'W ' ' PAGE 27 ' V.P. Jan Gaskell, Sec. Yorky Johnston, and Pres. Gina Venning complete plans for the fall Honor Society initiation. .H. S. assist guests at Colleg Myers Parks chapter of the National Honor Society upheld its reputation as the members fulfilled the quali- fications on which they were chosen: service, leadership, scholarship, and character. On this basis twenty-two seniors were selected at the impressive fall ceremony as the second tive per cent of the senior class. National Honor Society. First row: Boyles, Snyder, Kontos, Whisnant, Roth, McDougle, Quern, Gaskell, Smith, Schwartz. Second row: Venning, Carroll, Carallateas, Barnes, Shore, Johnston, Katzenmoyer, Gunning- Pat Hemby excitedly receives her yellow ribbon from Susan Ledford at the fall Honor Society induction. e Night, Back to School P.T. A. In the spring the final five per cent of the senior class and the first five per cent of the junior class were tapped. Assisting at school functions, the group acted as guides on College Night and at the Back to School P.T.A. ' ham, Skinner, Law, Seawell. Third row: Blair, Pitts, Williams, Loftin, Alexander, Talley, Bost. Fourth row: Hamilton, Motley, Graham, Mc- Guire, Clark, Whitton, Ridenhour, Barnes, and Vick. Language Club plays, parties strengthen classroom knowledge Students broadened their scope of learning through membership in the foreign language clubs. Each club held stimulating programs to strengthen the classroom knowledge of its members. French students proved their writing and acting talent as they presented original French plays. They displayed a French nativity scene during Christmas. Latin Week was the highlight of Latin club activ- ities. With a slave auction, plays, and the annual ban- T7 quet, the members proved that Latin is not dead. The VN-s..,,x club honored Virgil at a birthday party in his memory, and sponsored one of the basketball sock hops. Spanish club members learned about Spanish and European customs from students who spoke to them. At their Christmas party they celebrated with traditional Spanish dancing and by breaking the traditional pinata. Latin club members Raleigh Shoemaker, Bobby Schworm, and Skip Motley portray a Roman version of "To Tell the Truth." French club officers display nativity scene. First row: Pres. Amen, V.P. Weisman. Second row: Sec. Hemby, Treas. Pitts. Peachy Hightower heaves a mighty blow at the pinata at the Spanish club's annual Christmas party. v PAGE 29 v D xv. W 42 J! hub a Debate Society officers: Secretary-Treasurer Sally Snyder, Co-President Rosann Alexander. Duty Oflicer David Purnell, and Co-President Lynn Whisnant. --5 wdf' na. ,fl 1,1 it ss aj 4411, as ,, .." Jag WM A Q Co-Presidents Rosann Alexander and Lynn Whisnant discuss debating methods with club members. Debate Society members enter regional, state competition Having as its purpose the encouragement of skillful debating at Myers Park, the Debate Society brought credit to the school by the performance of its members in various forensic contests. Practice debates allow members to perfect speeches to serve as criteria for choosing entries in contests. Margaret James, Jan Wuertenberger, and Caryl Rehm. 5. During the first semester, the activities emphasized research on subjects to be debated in spring matches. Club meetings featured discussions led by the officers on techniques of skillful debating. Practice debates were held in the latter part of Janu- ary, allowing members to perfect their presentations. In February the competition began. Teams were entered in several contests and festivals, including the state- wide contest, the South-Eastern Debating League at Emory University, and festivals at Wake Forest and Winthrop Colleges. Long hours of research go into each debate. Pete Gaskell, Martha Jean Grosboll, and Alice Patterson take notes on debate topics. v PAGE 30 0 imelighters present light comedy, entertain large audience Limelighter officers. Standing: Vice President Walter Charnley, President Dianne Harris. Sitting: Secretary Yorky Johnston, Advisor Miss Melnnes, and Treasurer Nadine Winton. Nancy Manning auditions before Dianne Harris for part in 'SYou Can't Take It with You." Camera catches players in action during one of three performances of "You Can't Take It with You," major Limelighter production. Nancy "You Can't Take It with You," a light comedy in three acts, was the first presentation of the Limelighters. To accommodate the large audience, the play was given in the auditorium of Myers Park Elementary School. Dianne Harris took the leading role, acting opposite Tommy Cavalaris. Student directors Sheila Roth and Nadine Wfinton worked hard with the groups advisor Miss Mclnnes on the production. Programs for the meetings consisted of discussions on the mechanics of presenting a drama. First semester pledges became members in january after a brief initia- tion. Casting and rehearsing four one-act plays for pro- duction in the Spring began in February. "Gray Bread," "The Violin Maker of Cremonaf' "Antic Spring," and "Wedded but No Wife" were the plays chosen for this presentation. Jane Whitton and Pete Scott, winners of the "best costume" award ut Limelighter initiation, perform before members. Manning, Walter Charnley, Mike Ambrose, Tommy Cavalaris, Dianne Harris, Lyn Whisnant, and Tom Reece. 3 Choir Officers. Standing: Sec. Anderson, Director Cronstedt, Pres. Vick, V.P. George. Sitting: Lib. Devereux, Treas. Mclnlyre, and Lib. Davis. Choir. First row: Eaker, Tasker, Holder, Mclntyre, Wise, Sneed, Shanks, Davis, McNeill, Gauge, Brokholf, Devereux, Henderson, Jarrell. Second row: Beck, Conrad, Rchm, Miller, Camper, Dulin, Ball, Young, Muilen- burg, Owens, Byrd. Third row: Mulwee, Gilmour, Liltlejohn, Tillman, Choir performs at luncheong 0 5 presents Christmas concert Increasing its number of performances, the A Cappella Choir, directed by Mr. Carl Cronstedt, had an active year. Members of both choir and chorus practiced fifth and sixth periods and the choir alone on Monday even- ings preparing for these appearances. During the fall, selections were presented at the Honor Society tapping and at a Woman's Club lunch- eon. At Thanksgiving and Christmas the choir sang seasonal songs over the intercom during homeroom period. joined by the chorus and graduates, the group pre- sented portions of Handel's Messiah at the annual Christmas assembly. Christmastide music was presented at Myers Park Elementary School in a December con- cert. Among the many selections was 'Twar the Night Before ClJ1'j.ff7lZ6lJ which featured solo parts. In january a musical was presented at the Parent Teacher Association meeting. Choir members took part in the district contest in Hickory and the state festival in Greensboro. Providing music for the bac- calaureate service and commencement concluded their performances. Robbins, Donnely, L. Horney, Harris, George, Anderson. Fourth row: Smyth, Horton, S. Horney, Potter, Chadwick, Mitchiner, Roach, Scott, Vick, and lVIcCinn. 0 PAGE 32 f fi! X 36 ...- vf' Rehearsing at night, the choir perfects musical selections for presen- tation. Portions of Handel's Messiah sound throughout the gym as choir, chorus, and graduates sing in Christmas assembly. ............. t..I'..n . ',:9s'.m:-,Mm Museo ,........u an l'Z'-W , ,-'E-5t'iQ'T,',i V' 455731 , 2- z 1 vngfta , 4 i . "' ,I-" Howard Chadwick, backed by choir, sings solo accompanied by pianist Anne McNeill. Choral selections provide entertainment for audience at Woman's Club luncheon. PAGE 33 rchestra presents concertsg 'if Mr. Mims directs the orchestra in final rehearsal for spring concert held at Myers Park Elementary School. Orchestra Vzolms Wfmoda Loftm, Lannmg btrawn lxm ht McC0rklc Cale, Staton, Land. Harp: Clark. Bassoons: Ridcnhour, Bigham. French Holdcr Mclntwrm Recd Holdrcdge lmmbcr cr Prlcc Lates Crosbon Horns: Milford, Berry. Trumpets: Vick, Smith, Weldon. Trombones: Vzolaa Lina r Bridges Cellos Horne McNull, Mullin Pratt Basses Chadwick, Scgrcst. Percussion: Bolen, Yarbrough, Caudle, and Cromartie. PAGE 34 ' Six orchestra members named to All-State Grchestra Musically inclined students had the opportunity to dis- play their talent through participating in the Myers Park orchestra. Ably directed by Mr. Mims, the group spent many long hours in diligent practice. Playing at two Honor Society tappings, the orchestra enhanced the induction ceremonies. They added to the beauty of the Christmas assembly by supplying the back- ground music for the Mariah. In the spring one entire assembly was set aside to give the student body an op- portunity to hear the arrangements which the orchestra worked on after Christmas. In addition, the group pre- sented two evening concerts at Myers Park Elementary School, which provided entertainment for the com- munity as well as the students, and provided the proces- sional music at commencement. Aside from their performances in Charlotte, the orchestra participated in various activities throughout the state. They travelled to Greensboro for the state music festival at which high school orchestras from all over North Carolina were rated on a competitive basis. Auditions were held in December for any high school students desiring to participate in the All-State orches- tra. Six Myers Park orchestra members were chosen as members of this group which included the most out- standing high school musicians in the state. Adding depth to the strings section are the bass violins. ' PAGE 35 - Myers Park members of All-State orchestra: Carmen Woods, Charles Milford, Lucy Clark, and Herbert Siskron. French horn players practice selections from W'est Side Story. Lettergirls take part in half-time shows and boost spirit during games. Carden, Head Suzanne Bost, Gaye Harris, Linda Holder, Yorky Johnston, Eleanor Stowe, Wonda Moseley, Barbara Banks, Betsy Strawn, Christine and Casey Sherrill. Band presents concertsg marches at football game half-times Drum majors Charles Milford and Eddy MacAleer direct band through complex half-time formations. 1 3949 fc ., v6-S' -W 3 lr 1 9 Football half-times were the scenes of the first band performances. Drum majors Charles Milford and Eddy MacAleer led the group through various formations and musical selections. Millie Mustangs Barrie Muilenburg and Polly Pickett, lettergirls, and majorettes helped the cheerleaders boost spirit during the games. Music was provided by the band for a hockey game at the Coliseum and a program was presented at the Mecklenburg County Fair. Evening shoppers at Charlottetown Mall relax and enjoy a concert by the Myers Park band. 0 PAGE 36 ' Band marches into formation to brisk cadence during half-time per- formance. Majorettes. Standing: Todd Davies, Libby Beattie, Carol Foster. Kneel- ing: Head Jane Ann Coffey. Lettergirls, illie Mustangs help boost school spirit Taking part in a city-wide program, the band per- formed at an evening concert at Charlottetown Mall. Again serving the community, the group marched in the annual Veterans' Day parade and planned to par- ticipate in the Carousel parade. In February a concert was given at Myers Park Elementary School. Members practiced sixth period each day perfecting selections for this presentation. At the conclusion of this concert, the band had completed fourteen public appearances. Band. First row: Milford, Foster, Coffey, Davies, Beattie, MacAleer. Second row: Stowe, Moseley, Banks, Strawn, Carden., Bost, G. Harris, Holder, Johnston, Sherrill. Third row: Lineberger, Fullerton, Ryburn, Mauney, Garner, Wade, Crawford, Schwantes, Lowder, W. Hobbs, D. Harris, Barden. Fourth row: Avent, Childress, Helms, Dcnte, Allen, Brownscombe, Rowe, Wilson, Berry. Fifth row: Ellis, Nelson, Nordman, "1 Members traveled to the All-State Band Clinic in Gastonia. The entire band competed in the state high school contest in Greensboro. Herb Siskron won a music scholarship in city-wide competition. Ken Avent, Charles Milford, Lucy Clark, jim Caldwell, and David Berry represented Myers Park in the All-State Orches- tra. In May, activities were concluded with the bands participation in the dedication of the new school auditorium. Holmes, Aiken, Malarz, Richardson, Crawford, Duckworth. Sixth row: Ncwlin, Shull, Spier, Reece, Sawyer, Bobo, Brown, Austin. Seventh row: J. Caldwell, Siskron, Burkhead, Santen, D. Caldwell, Howie, Collins, Hemphill, Williams. Eighth row: Striekhouscr, J. Hobbs, Schmidt, Hopkins, Orr, Clark, Talley, Spurlin, James. Ninth row: Abrams, Direc- tor McNcely, Duncan, and Selby. i QB K 1 l ,,,,,. 1 v i . I X a .7 R J 1, , Q , Q' , '54 5 V Q 1 , , 1 , 1 ill, 1 ,JR'wy.'2 VV 5 " . ' MK'-W Q ,' wy ,w-M J, A , H 4' . V 'Wg x' QM guys. 11 ,X at 5.4 his M .ami 13.34 wifi x X9 "'lgx:?? Vim 9 3 'lg F K ' Q -19,1 x A pf, Q we ssh "X 'f ff- .9 M 4, ,, , .jig-A 'fwajqg ' r 4 ' 4 l 3 Mg . , Wi Y A .1 , ,gf '53 f ,4 1' ' i 'MW W , l'g..?a4':r' 1, 1, f 'Z ' "1 , ,ifi ' W rf 31 A ' . f"?f+Q 524-3' Q H l , J ll lf, ' ' , I X i l ff Q -V-VV JD ,cj nj Physical fitness . . . co-operation . . . sound competition between rivals . . . frantic touchdowng battle for the backboardg second-wind effortg long tee shot to green . . . clamor of approval from crowded bleachers silence of disappointment in defeat . . . spirit of participation: athletics ---t L SCHOLARSHIP LEADERSHIP C I TI z EN SHIP ' PAGE 39 ' Varsity Cheerleaders. Kneeling: Head Cheerleader Sally Wiggins. First row: Roberta Frost, Marya Bell, Charlotte Blackwell. Second row: Jill Stewart. Jean Miller, Jan Dulin, Gay Williams, and Jan Rouzer. Exemplifying their pep and vivacity at an important basketball game. Jan Rouser and Charlotte Blackwell lead the students in cheering the Mustangs to victory. U ITE IN SPIRIT Becomes M. Pfs mottog Cheerleaders encourage spirit In their successful effort to build school spirit, the nine varsity cheerleaders adopted "Unite in Spirit" as their motto. These vivacious girls recreated student enthus- iasm for all athletic events. From the sound of the opening buzzer until the final whistle, the cheerleaders energetically led the cheers of the spectators. Win or lose, nine peppy voices always proudly shouted, 'Tm a Mustang, couldn't be prouderi' at each game. Pep rallies took a new twist under the planning of the cheerleaders. The killing of "eagles" or the hanging of "Wildcats" were not unusual sights at the pep sessions. With smiling faces and loud voices the junior varsity cheerleaders joined with the varsity yelle-belies to spur the Myers Park students to unite in spirit. LV. Cheerleaders. First row: Head Cheerleader Sally Hough. Second row: Sara Alexander, Nancy Lineberger. Third row: Carol Lee Scholtz, Georgia Knight. Fourth row: Judy Guillet, Chris Conner. Fifth row: Sally Bain and Martha Dulin. ' PAGE 40 0 Aided by Mike Stevenson 1273, Duncan St. Clair Q21 1, and Bud Phillips the goal. Myers Park's offense amassed many points through its effective 124- J, Byron Slaughter 1333 cludes an Asheville defender and heads for wide-sweep plays. 1961-62 Mustangs complete 7-3-0 record for successful season THE SEASON M ,P, Opponent 6 Albemarle 14 7 Garinger 14 30 Salisbury 0 41 South 0 20 Asheville 8 14 Gastonia 12 19 Harding 0 5 1 East 0 18 Rocky Mount 21 26 West 14 212 B 85 Myers Park's 1961 football team enjoyed a very success- ful and exciting season highlighted by an outstanding passing attack and stubborn defense. Captained by Billy Mallard and ably coached by Stuart Allen, jack Sink, and head coach Gus Purcell, the 1961 Mustangs displayed proficiency in the use of the "shotgun offense." Witli Byron Slaughter, johnny Short, and Bud Phillips receiving, the "shotgun offense" racked up impressive victories. Myers Park's offense was directed by quarterback jim Rogers. Termed "the most spectacular football player to perform for a Charlotte high school in many years," Rogers received a leg injury in mid-season, and remain- ed on the sidelines for the remainder of the year. Coach Purcell described Rogers' misfortune "the worst thing that has ever happened to me in coaching." Rogers' accuracy completed 41 out of 66 passes for a total of 735 yards. The loss of Rogers was a severe blow to the Mustang offense, but understudy jeff Beaver capably assumed the quarterback position for the Mustangs. The 1961 squad voted Jim Rogers and Billy Mallard the Most Valuable Players. Byron Slaughter received the Most Outstanding Back award, while Pete Richard- son received the award of Most Outstanding Lineman. Thom Blair managed the team for the third year, and the team picked Jeff Beaver as next year's captain. ' PAGE 41- Billy Mallard and ,lim Rogers, tackling, and Byron Slaughter 1331 halt determined Garinger drive at Memorial Stadium. The defensive unit, led by Earl Taylor 129 J, Byron Slaughter 133 Q, and Pete Richardson 1351 move in for the tackle. Myers Park Gridders runners-u p inWestern 4-A Conference After two early season losses to Albemarle and Garin- ger, the defensive line re-organized into an effective unit which, coupled with a spectacular offensive attack, netted a promising victory over Salisbury. In a determined match with Salisbury, halfback Byron Slaughter scampered 88 yards for one touchdown and quarterback Jim Rogers hauled a Salisbury punt back 90 yards for another. Launching on a winning streak, the Mustangs suc- cessively conquered South, Asheville, Gastonia, Hard- ing, and East. Myers Park's famed "aerial attack" literally slaughtered South's Sabres in a 41-O win. Traveling next to Asheville, the team won a costly victory. The 20-8 win over the Maroons was shadowed by the loss of quarterback .lim Rogers. Undaunted, the spirited Mustangs, aided by Hugh Martin and Billy Mallard who highlighted an outstanding defense, brought the mighty Gastonia Green Wayfes to their knees in a 14-12 victory. .leff Beaver exhibits his passing form in the Gastonia game. ' PAGE 42 ' Johnny Short leaps high to receive the ball in the Salisbury mateh. Quarterback Jim Rogers 1251 dodges onrushing Garinger defense to display his outstanding passing ability. Season highlighted b 19-0 Victor over Harding Rams 1961 Mustangs. First row: Slaughter, J. Short, Richardson, Mallard, Hart, Kimball, Forshaw, Sanford. Fourth row: Rogers, Bolen, Hall, Taylor., Allison, Phillips. Second row: Spencer, Evans, Cornelius, Moon, jones, Kiser, Martin, St. Clair. Fifth row: Blair, Mgr., Beaver, Nlaerae, Lauppe, 0'Hair, Willis. Third row: Allen, Mgr., Finch, Lf-avelle, Boyd, Griffith, Tinsley, Stevenson, Kelley, Thomason. and S. Short. ' PAGE 43 0 ...A-..-4. , Halfback Mike jones 1231 leans toward the sideline in a "wi run. This play gained much ,layvee yardage. THE SEASGN de-sweep" Mustang Iayvees enjoy first undefeated season Grinding out an undefeated season and a 7-0-0 record, Myers Park's junior varsity football team enjoyed their most successful year. Coached by Stuart Allen, the ponies practiced long and hard to polish a well-organ- ized offense and defense which seized the city, county, and conference championships. Quarterbacked by Jerry Kiser with able assistance from center Tommy Spencer and speedy halfback Mike Jones, the main offensive strong point of the jayvee team was its efficient use of the wide-sweep. An excel- lent aerial display to receivers Steve Hodges and Phil Murray gained the hard-working team much valuable yardage and often resulted in spectacular touchdown runs. NLP. OPPUUEYU Equally important in the Jayvee strategy was its 7 Gafmgef 0 powerful defense. The excellent linebacking of Bart 54 North O Mauldin and Johnny Bristow, coupled with a strong 32 South 0 . . . , . defensive line, effectively thwarted the opponents of- 15 Harding 7 f j h 35 West 0 ensivet rusts. 12 Gastonia 0 While the outstanding defense held its opponents 35 East 0 to a mere 7 points, the mighty junior varsity offense 168 7 scored a total of 168 points. 1961 J.V. Team. First row: Hastings, Watkins, Sandiford, Vukcevic, Crawford, St. Clair. Third row: Mauldin, Hodges, Campbell, Coins, Robbins. Second row: Elder, Estes, Murray, Schwantes, Bristow, Richey, Jeffries, Sawyer, Gordon, Wiriden, Spain. - PAGE 44 ' 1961 State Champions. First row: Coach Cloaninger, Dean, Myers, Smith, Pitts, Ridenhour, Greene, Edwards, Kellogg, Starnes, Ass't. Coach Stock- ton. Seeoml row: Weldon, Gilmour, johnson, Jones, Dawson, Cameron, McLaughlin, Convey, llanner, and Vincent. Myers Park Harriers seize 1961 State Championship title Combining team depth with spirit and determination, Myers Park's 1961 cross-country team concluded a most successful season by seizing the state championship title. Yielding only to the Davidson College Freshmen and the Wake Forest Freshmen, the Harriers ran away Breaking away from the starting line, runners vie for position in crowded conference meet. Myers Park finished first in this meet to become con- ference champion. 1 , 51527 5' from their opponents in both the dual meets and the conference meet. During the season, the Mustangs utilized Freedom Park for workouts and dual meets before journeying to Chapel Hill for the state meet. Dick Starnes sprints for the finish line in the dual meet with Caringer and South at Freedom Park. This rugged course furnished an excellent work-out area for the energetic Harriers. cz, Y' 0 PAGE 45 f Mustang Crapplers of 1962. First row: Mike White, Fred Willis, Phil Chapman, Bob McGowan, Bill Convey, Mgr. Twinky Morgan. Second row: Earl Taylor, Tommy Spencer, Ronnie Gleason, Hank Boyd, Bobby Boyd, Jack Hemphill, and Ben Sandiford. Returning lettermen provide mainstay for '61-'62 Grapplers Top: In Jayvee competition, Larry Sauder strains ln .1 near-pin over Country Day opponent. Bottom: Hank Boyd "sits-out" and starts to "step over" wrestler in the match with Appalachian. Myers Park's 1962 wrestling team featured returning lettermen Bobby and Hank Boyd, jack Hemphill, Earl Taylor, Mike White, and Fred Willis. Aided by Bill Convey, Bob Corry, Bob McGowan, Phil Chapman, and Ronnie Gleason, the Mustang matmen showed skill and determination as they downed their opponents in a tough schedule featuring home meets with Marion, Albemarle, South, and Appalachian. Co-captained by Earl Taylor and Hank Boyd, the team was selected from sixty interested candidates. Heartened by a promising pre-season win over South, the team boasted entries in every class from Bill Convey in the 98-pound division to Bobby Boyd in the heavy weight classification. Through the coaching of Stuart Allen, the wrestling squad has developed into a major sport. Interest in wrestling has carried over into the intramural program, where the sport has become an established intramural feature. The Jayvee matmen wrestled North and Coun- try Day, showing much spirit and promise. ' PAGE 46 ' Hustlers conquer opponents by combination of height, speed M .P. se 62 44155 84160 55169 51156 ' 55153 62112 . 53161 57152 53173 ww---1 1,189 , 'ro rs f 68 G5 THE SEASON New Hanover Columbia Salisbury East Garinger South Gastonia Harding Asheville West ' North WESTERN 4-A CONFERENCE Harding Gari nger South STATE TOURNAMENT Burlington 6'3" Robert Cass passes the ball high over a Harding defender. Height was a great asset to the courtmen. Opponent 67 50 35145 48153 47157 39143 60148 47145 41167 48155 34135 964 58 54 48 79 Myers Park's 1961-1962 basketball team, aided by a combination of height and speed, hustled through its schedule with win after win to prove coach George Powell's prediction that this year's courtmen would be "the best all-around team with the most potential in Myers Park's history." The varsity hustlers skillfully employed balance and depth during the season. The Mustang scoring was led by Robert Cass, Billy Clark, and Steve Buck. Two cap- able junior guards, Pete Ayers and Teddy DuBose, rounded out the starting five, with sharpshooter jack Sullivan seeing much late-season action. Aided by a strong bench in jeff Beaver, Ray Davis, George Elliott, jon Logue, and Stuart McKaig, the strength of the Mustang offense and defense was indeed formidable. This yearls squad was no one-man team, everyone shared in the scoring and rebounding. Billy Clark leaps high for ll lay-up as Pete Ayers and Stuart lVIcKaig prepare for ax possible rebound. v PAGE 47 ' Aided by experience and skill, returning letterman Billy Clark ably 1-aptained the 1961-62 basketball squad. Senior squad members are: Steve Buck, centerg Ray Davis, centerg Jon Logue, guarllg and Jack Sullivan, forward. Powerful Mustang offense, headed b Buck, Cass, and lark With an opening loss to 1961 state champions Wil- mington 67-56, the Mustangs rallied with successive wins over Columbia, Salisbury, East, Garinger, and South. After being edged by Gastonia 60-55, the squad Steve Buck Hres a corner jump shot in the Asheville match. roared to victories over Harding, Asheville, West, North, and home meets with Salisbury and Garinger to tie for first place in the Western 4-A Conference. Billy Clark passes the ball to Pete Ayers as Ray Davis hustles down-court. ' PAGE 48 0 Junior hustlers areg top: Pete Ayers, guardg Jeff Beaver, forwarflg Teddy Ben Lucas, guurrlg Stuart Mcliaig, forwardg and Jim Shaclcelford, center. DuBose, guardg George Elliott, forward. Bottom: Andy Hensley, guardg points courtmen to state tournament finals in Greensboro When the regular season ended, the Mustangs and its way through the conference tournament, defeating Asheville Maroons were co-champions of the Western Harding, Garinger, and South. In the state finals, they 4-A Conference. By a toss of the coin, Asheville gained lost to Burlington, 79-65. a berth in the state finals while Myers Park had to fight - Teddy DuBose intercepts a pass and heads for the basket and a final 58-41 score over Asheville. 0 PAGE 49 v Shooting accuracy, teamwork gain victories for Iayvee squad T HE SEASON ALP. 0132707107175 50 Rock Hill 29 42146 Saiisbury 319132 61146 East 40149 33167 Garmger 46152 49141 South 37134 32132 Gastonia 26130 77141 Harding' 46137 65177 West 49167 69164 North 47142 51 Asheville 55 9-13 757 J.V. TOURNAMENT 53 South 50 49 Garinger 46 41 East 50 Chalmers leaps to tip ball to receivers Aiken and Annas. l96l-62 Jayvee Courtmen: Mgr. Holmes Eleazer, John Trotter, Billy Bane, Steve Annas, Jimmy Estes, Caldwell Cline, Jay Efird, Randy Sills, Myers Park's 1961-62 junior varsity basketball team relied mainly on the accurate shooting of Clyde Aiken, Billy Bane, and Jimmy Estes, and the reliable rebound- ing power of Steve Annas and Ricky Tatum. The smooth offensive attack of the Jayvees was occasionally broken by a fastbreak which netted the team valuable points. Playing their best game in a 77-46 victory over Hard- ing, the Jayvees racked up victories over South, North, Salisbury, West, Harding, and Garinger. The shooting accuracy and teamwork of the junior varsity basketball team were a keynote in this most successful season. Annas breaks for basket as Bane and Tatum guard backcourt. Ray Byram, Bill Chalmers, Ricky Tatum, Clyde Aiken, John Richards, Tommy Sehorn, Steve Horney, Monroe Gilmour, and Mgr. Randy Lee. 0 PAGE 50 ' Monogram, Mustang Clubs boost spirit with service projects E5 wi' I! M Mustang Club officers prepare to sell basketball programs. First row: Treas. Jan Rouzer, Sec. Richy Burg. Second row: V.P. Rex Gribble and Pres. Marshall Pickens. Supporting school activities was the main objective of the Monogram and Mustang Clubs. Dedication to the school enabled both groups to serve the student by planning service projects. Myers Park profited from their programs, leadership, and spirit throughout the year. Members of the Monogram Club continued to spon- sor the registration of student carsg they introduced parking stickers to avoid overcrowded parking lots. No matter what the weather, club members faithfully di- rected school traffic each day. By selling booster cards for all football games, the Monogram Club encouraged school spirit. Participation was the key word of the Mustang Club. Spirited members made posters for football games and sold programs during basketball season. Many nights were spent in decorating the halls for upcoming games. To raise funds the club again sponsored the annual student-faculty basketball game. The Mustang Club contributed much time and effort to stimulate Myers Park spirit. Top: Tom Flowc, Richy Burg, Jim Smith cheer at the Mustang Club student-faculty game. Bottom: Monogram Club Pres. Monty Ridenhour shows Sec. Jamie Bryant and Treas. Billy Weldon how to write a parking ticket. Members load the books on a pledge during Monogram Club initiation. Byron Slaughter, Johnny Phillips, Pete Richardson, Dick Starnes, and Fred Willis. ' PAGE 51' Team depth, spirit determine successful year for Seahorses The 1961-62 Seahorses utilized team depth and spirit in an undefeated season. Myers Park's swimming squad has established itself as one of the Southeast's leading prep teams. This year's squad, co-captained by Walton Rogers and Drew Taylor, tied for first place in the Southeastern Invitational Meet at Emory University, losing first place only because of a relay forfeit. Seniors jim Barnhardt, jim Caldwell, Bob Turner, Herb Morrison, and Walton Rogers led the team with experience and skill in the four strokes and in the re- lays. jim Caldwell and Walton Rogers broke pool records in the breaststroke and butterfly respectively. In the Eastern Carolina Invitational Meet, the Sea- horses captured first place with double the points of the second place team. In diving competition, Myers Park's divers seized first, second, third, and fourth places. Seniors Mike McLaughlin and Drew Taylor headed the diving for the team. All-American Taylor, whose diving won first place in North Carolina, and second-place McLaughlin added valuable points to the Mustangs' total scores. Coached by All-American jack McCann, Myers Park's 1962 swimming team made history in the state meet by c0-ci.pii.ins Dr.-W Taylor and Walton Rogers appear sausnea with work- amassing 102 points to shatter their previously-held out lime trials prior to the Chapel Hill meet. record of Mac Mr-Garity churns thc water in the butterfly lap of the medley relay, a race which demands proficiency in all strokes. v PAGE 52 THE SEASON M.P, Opponent 82 Page 12 70 Raleigh 25 69 East 17 62 Spartanburg 31 104W First Place--East Carolina Invitational 57 ' Greensboro 37 75 Asheville 18 53 Tie, First Place'- Emory Invitational 71 Chapel Hill 15 68 Raleigh 27 102 First Place-- V State Meet iVIike 1:13Lr.r.,-girlie pauses on me board before executing er Hireek Hip and r.,'.err . Swimmers take State Championship, breaking state record 1962 Mustang Mermen: First row: Irwin, Inderfurth, sneer, Nerrmeff, Jenee, Mecerir,-, B. Berkeley, Barden, Moen, Welrerr, wyrhe, Ram-eh. He arne , Berrear, Couric, Morris, A. Berkeley. Second rewr Mecrmy, Third row: Rogers, Barnhardt, Morrison, Meorughian, Caldwell, Trryier. -- eweee, f PAG E 5 3 ' annin t eir ame s rate are num, oane, is, and J. Ed. ay Lindgren and Helen Kerhulas, two of the many girls who enjoyed A. basketball practice before a game. 1 X . ,X , i. ' , N. af 'Lf Q . . J. Wuertenhurger and J. Moody enjoy an ancient sport, archery. Formation of girls, swimming team highlights G.R.A. sports This year the Girls' Recreational Association started things going by sponsoring the first school dance. The sock-hop and fashion show was a big success. Before several athletic events, the G.R.A. members decorated the school halls. For a money-making project, the club sold Myers Park sweatshirts, nightshirts, and roller bags through the gym classes. Girls benefit from the G.R.A. program by being able to participate in a wide variety of sports. Beginners are encouraged to learn new skills, and help is always available. Mrs. Rotan and Mrs. Holland, the club advisors, offered valuable tips to everyone. Membership is available to any Myers Park girl. Chairmen of the twelve sports made up the G.R.A. Council, along with the officers and advisors. It is up to each chairman to plan the activities for her special sport and to make sure the plans are successfully carried out. In the fall, sophomores played speedball, offered for the first time as a club activity. Volleyball teams com- peted in a round-robin tournament. In bowling, each girl strove for the high scoring prize. Beginning this year, Myers Park had a girls' swim- ming team, a part of the G.R.A. Headed by co-captains Pam Barnett and Susie Gebhardt, the team had many promising swimmers, among them Beth Dobinson and Luray Lindgren. 0 PAGE 54 ' Officers: Front row: V.P. Huntington, Pres. O,Rourke. Seronll row: Rec. Sec. Sherrill, Treas. Venning, and Sec. Gebhardt. The team's first meet was with Greensboro, held at Queenfs College. Final score: Myers Park 61 and Greensboro 24. In May, an award's assembly was held, honoring all those who had participated in many G.R.A. sponsored activities. Points are the basis for the awards. G.R.A. medals, letters, and trophies are the awards. To finish a successful year, a group of selected girls represented Myers Park in various sports at the annual playday at Women's College. Council: First row: Marine, Hemphill, Shotwell, Lipford, Crosboll, P Barnett Honevcutt and Baker Farnan, Heacock. Second row: S. Barnette, Shepard, Meacham, Campen, Qi A 1 Ai' t 1 - PAGE 55 0392, ' sgs fmaz Y ,Q 12 if 1' ws 1 fx SS QHQQ 'W0lnfx ""0uQsm,,,,s ucadem' Intellectual curiosity. . . exams . . . recognition for achievement . . . evaluation of world problemsg literary discussions chem and physics labsg original research . . . tedious math problemsp memory passages . . creative projects . . . College Boards . . . desire to understand: academics SCHOLARSHIP , LEADER sr-1 1 P CITIZEN SHIP PAGE 57 Dr. Laird W. Lewis Principal Administration and staff. Mr. George P. Powell, Assistant Principalg Miss Frances Marian Gunter, Dean of Girlsg Mr. Porter Sheppard, Dean of Dr. Lewis named principal Beginning his first year as principal of Myers Park, Dr. Laird Lewis worked diligently to insure effective co- ordination between faculty, students, and the curricu- lum. Because of his belief that the mature student par- ticipates in extra-curricular activities, he worked through the student council to promote worthwhile school func- tions. Serving on the scholarship committee, he has assisted many students in winning a variety of scholarships. Most members of the administration served in dual capacities. Mr. George Powell served as assistant prin- cipal and basketball coach. Mr. Porter Sheppard, dean of boys, was responsible for the operation of the book store, snack bar, textbook rental program, and co-ordi- nated the overall athletic program. Besides co-ordinat- ing all student activities, Miss Frances Gunter aided seniors with college selections and schedule problems. The counseling program at Myers Park became such a demanding task that two full-time counselors were employed to help students with personal problems and to guide them in making mature vocational selections. Besides holding to their counseling positions, Miss Patsy Sifford and Mr. Ernest Feimster acted as sopho- more and junior class advisors. Boysg Miss Patsy L. Sifford, Counselorg Mr. Ernest D. Feimster, Counse- lorg Mrs. Juanita Conger, Secretaryg and Mrs. Patricia Pangle, Treasurer. ,.l'Q, - PAGE 58 - Auditorium completion provides additional arts facilities New and returning faculty and staff members were J 91 Mrs. Cohan, Mrs. Conger, Mr. Crowell, Mrs. Holland, Mr. McCann, Mr. McNeely, Miss Nelson, Mrs. New- ton, Mrs. Pangle, Miss Singleton, Mr. Sommerville, and Mr. Walker. Although final plans for the new auditorium were 1 approved in 1960, actual construction of the building A was begun in the fall of 1961 with completion date set for May, 1962. The structure is designed to accommo- ld date 850 persons with drama, instrumental, and choral music rooms. Led by co-presidents Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hanner, the Parent-Teacher Association sponsored activities which achieved better parent-teacher relationships and increas- ed parents' awareness of their childrens studies and activities at school. The first PTA function was the annual teachers' luncheon. Two individual meetings were devoted to information concerning activities and academics. At the activities meeting student council and club representatives described the purposes and goals of the individual clubs. Dr. Lewis spoke concerning the academic requirements and the description of courses. A unique feature this year was the college night. Because of previous limitations of college day, the new system of having college representatives meet with both junior and senior students at night proved to be more Suitable. Top: Miss Sifford and Mr. Feimster evaluate pupil's record. Bottom: Mrs. McCracken, nurse, and a parent note flu trend. Besides yielding additional classrooms, the auditorium will afford an appropriate location for drama and music productions. ,,.,,- 1 , , '., M .,,,,'ra?u ,Q , M .' '.. 'Z 'l A sf'-. j:?,,'fQfY,1523.A11.iv 1 KLM: -W- " 'Mm i ..':' 'A " 'f ' "..t"L:,,f., ing ' PAGE 59 ' Seventeen teachers complete advanced summer Work Many faculty members participate in local, area and state professional organizations. Of those holding state- wide positions, Miss Akers serves on both the state and local curriculum committees for foreign language in- struction. Mr. Booth is chairman of the Scholarship Committee of the North Carolina Industrial Arts As- sociation, Mrs. Burgess is a member of the Advisory Council on Teacher Preparation. Mr. Purcell is a mem- ber of the NC Athletic Association board. Miss New- land serves on the state curriculum committee in Eng- lish as well as chairman of the local Honors program in English. Mrs. Wright is vice-president of the North Carolina Classical League. In the North Carolina Edu- While Mrs. Long, Mrs. Lyerly, and Miss Brice watch, Mr. Coble reaches some food at the entertaining faculty party. ' PAGE cation Associationis South Piedmont district, Miss Har- rison is president of the Business Education division, and Mrs. Lancaster is secretary of the Modern Langu- ages department. Faculty: Fmt row: Miss MARTHA CABELL AKERS, Spanish I, II, III, Advisor: Spanish Club, Scholarship Committee. MR. STUART BEAMON ALLEN, Physical Education I, II, Advisor: Monogram Club. MR. VER- NON L. BOOTH, Industrial Arts I, II, Mechanical Draw- ing I, II, Advisor: Radio Club, Fellowship Committee. MISS ELIZABETH BRICE, English 10, 12, Advisor: Com- mencement Sermon Committee, Social Committee, Scholarship Committee. MR. GLENN R. BRIDGES, Alge- bra II, General Mathematics, Advisor: School Spirit Committee. MR. G. LESLIE BROWNE, English 11, Acl- visor: Tlae Murtezng. Second row: MRS. ELINOR E. BURGESS, Distributive Education I, II, Advisor: Cheerleaders, D.E. Club. MISS JEAN R. CARMICHAEL, Chemistry, Advisor: Girl Am- bassadors. MR. WILLIAM GRANT CLOANINGER, Per- sonal Typing, Typing I, Coach: Cross-Country, Tennis, Advisor: Key Club. MR. B. COBLE, Plane Geometry, Plane Trigonometry, Senior Mathematics, Solid Geome- try, Social Committee. MRS. ELIZABETH CURRY COHAN, Biology I, General Mathematics, Advisor: The Mm- mzzg. Miss DONNELLE COLEMAN, English 10, Advisor: ETA. , 50' ffm 'S PAGE 61 Faculty: First row: MRS. CATHARINE D. COX, French II, III, IV, Aclvisor: French Club. MR. CARL G. N. CRONSTEDT, Choral Music, Advisor: Choir. MR. RO- BERT KING CROWELL, American History, Problems of Democracy, Advisor: Junior Hi-Y. Second 1-ow: MRS. SUSIE WILKIE DEVEREUX, English 10, Fellowship Committee. MISS DOROTHY ELIZABETH DIXON, French I, II , Advisor: Cheerleaders. MRS. EDNA GALLOWAY FLETCHER, Biology I, Advisor: Red Cross, Senior Class, Administrative and Faculty Advisory Committee. Third row: MISS SARAH L. FOSTER, Latin I, Spanish I, Advisor: Latin Club, Spanish Club. MRS. CAROLYN PARK GOOD, World History, Advisor: Honor Society, Sophomore Y-Teens. MISS JANE E. HARRISON, Office Practice, Shorthand I, II, Advisor: Pen Pushers Club. Fourth row: MISS MARY HAZEL HATCHETTE, English 12, Fellowship Committee. MRS. DOROTHY W. HOL- LAND, Physical Education I, Senior Science, Advisor: G.R.A., J.V. Cheerleaders. MISS LOUISE ERWIN HUTCHISON, Algebra II, General Mathematics II, Ad- visor: Junior-Senior Committee, Fellowship Committee. Fifzh row: MRS. VIRGINIA MILLER JOHNSON, English 12, Advisor: Honor Society. MR. THAD A. JONES, American History, World History, Advisor: Senior Hi- Y. MR. EDWIN M. KISER, Algebra II, Plane Geometry, Advisor: Mustang Club. Sixzlo row: MISS OMA CLAIRE LAFFERTY, World His- tory, Scholarship Committee Chairman. MRS. BETTY T. LANCASTER, French II, Advisor: Senior Y-Teens. MRS. EDITH S. LONG, English 11, World Literature, Advisor: Baccalaureate Committee, Honor Society, Social Com- mittee Chairman. .I Sezfenlh row: MRS. JANEY C. LYERLY, Clothing, Family Living, Foods, Advisor: F.H.A., Social Committee. MISS MARY ELIZABETH MACFIE, Biology I, Chemistry, Advisor: Majorettes. MRS. HELEN LEACH MAcON, American History, Advisor: Citizenship Committee, Diploma Committee. Faculty: Fin! row: MR. THEODORE P. MATUS, Ad- vanced Art, Ceramics, and Sculpture: General Art, In- terior Designing and Advertising, Social Committee. MR. ,IOHN MCCANN, World History, Coach: Intra- murals, Swimming Team: Advisor: Key Club, Mono- gram Club. MISS LAURA SCHAFER MCINNESS, English 11, Public Speaking, Advisor: Limelighters. MR. LESTER HAROLD MCNEELY, Band. MR. SPENSER MIMS, Orches- tra. MISS WINNIE DAVIS MOORE, Biology I, II. Second 1-ow: MR. JOHN DANIEL MOOSE, JR., Driver Education, Advisor: Grounds Committee, Traffic Com- mittee. Miss NINA A. NELSON, English 11, Advisor: F.T.A. MISS MARGARET MCDOWELL NEWLAND, Eng- lish 12, Advanced Placement English, Scholarship Com- mittee. MRS. JEANNETTE TIMMoNs NEWTON, Bible I, II. MISS JEAN PHIFER, Librarian: Advisor: A.F.S. Com- mittee g NCEA Representative. MR. AUGUSTUS BU- CHANAN PURCELL, Physical Education I, II, Coach: Football: CTA Representative. 7 Third row: MISS JESSIE RANKIN, American History' Advisor: Cap and Gown Committee: Fellowship Com- mittee. MRs. ELIZABETH SIFFORD ROTAN, Physical Edu- cation I, Advisor: G.R.A. MISS LAURA GAIL SINGLE- TON, Librarian, Advisor: A.F.S. Committee. MR. RICHARD WAITE SIZER, English 10, Advisor: Debate Club, Senior Class Follies, Myedpmfk. MRS. MARY BARNETTE SMITH, Algebra II, Plane Geometry, Advis- or: Commencement Committee, junior Y-Teens. MR. WALTER GRAY SOMMERVILLE, JR., Economics, French I. English Dept. initiates formal advanced honors program I 0 PAGE 62 ' Charging in for a lay-up, Dr. Lewis boosts faculty score. Faculty: F21-rf row: Miss EVANGELINE STEWART, Book- keeping, Typing I, II, Advisor: Social Committee, Scholarship Committee. MR. STEVEN DOUGLAS WAL- LIN, College Algebra, Plane Geometry, Scholarship Committee. Miss ETHEL J. WHITLEY, Plane Geometry fSchool Mathematics Study Groupj, Plane Trigo- nometry, Solid Geometry, Scholarship Committee. MRs. IRENE L. WRIGHT, Latin I, II, III, IV, Advisor: Latin Club. MR. MATTHEW E. BREEDEN, Maintenance Engineer. MRS. T. CHRISTY MATHEws, Dietitian. MRS. ALMA MCCRACKEN, Nurse. Faculty participates in local, state-Wide professional organizations Mr. Wallin is vice-president of the Math Teachers As- sociation. On the local level, Mrs. Good works on the Curriculum Committee for the Social Studies, Mrs. Long is a member of the Curriculum Committee for the Academically Talented and the Curriculum Com- mittee for English, while Miss Phifer serves as secretary of the NCEA unit. Miss Lahferty chairs the Interna- tional Relations Committee of the local organization. An interest in professional growth, an awareness of the problems of modern educations, and a desire to improve both the welfare of teachers and the quality of instruc- tion is shown in the varied professional activities of the faculty. Many faculty members spent last summer at confer- ences, institutes, and workshops in specialized fields of education. Miss Gunter attended College Counselor Workshops at Duke, Emory, and Davidson. Miss New- land was a member of the Advanced Placement Con- ference in English. In the foreign language area, Mrs. Wright, Miss Foster, and Mrs. Lancaster participated in Language Workshops. Other teachers enrolled in workshops were Miss Hutchison, Mrs. Macon, Mr. Matus, Miss Harrison, Miss Mclnnes, and Mrs. Fletcher. In order to complete work for credit on advanced college degrees and to learn educational trends, six teachers attended various summer schools. In addition, Mrs. Burgess, Miss Carmichael, Mr. Bridges, and Mr. Walker won scholarships for advanced work. fUS 0 PAGE 63- !', v :J :Mini JA As it V ls be .ti ,,....i,k, .,,,,, V .. U - H- e W Mm. -. - v L. Clad in typically colorful Japanese garments, Bob Adams models and exhibits Oriental articles to a world literature class. Senior curriculum centers on diversified, advanced courses Exact measure requires delicate balance for Larry Harrison - in Because English was the only required subject, the senior curriculum provided a variety of courses. Ad- vanced Placement English permitted a limited number of qualified seniors to study on a college freshman levelg other senior English classes concentrated on British contributions to literature. World Literature, a survey of Writing, brought out concepts and ideas of men and comparisons of literatures of different countries. In view of increased demand for proficiency in one language, the Foreign Language Department offered a fourth year of French, Latin, and Spanish, emphasiz- ing the rich literary backgrounds of the three countries. The Math and Science Departments continued to ac- celerate their programs for seniors. While stressing the mechanical processes, college algebra laid particular emphasis on the theories of math. Senior Math explored the different phases of the field. Concentrating on the principles of physics and the discoveries leading to them, the physics classes investi- gated such topics as mechanics and the atom. Biology II students traced the development of the plant and animal kingdoms and evolution of man. Senior Science offered a general summary course of all branches of physical sciences. Problems of Democracy students examined past social, political, and economic issues in relation to such contemporary problems as elections. 0 PAGE 64 v Creating a Canterbury Tale, Sheila Roth delivers her paper. Don Willis and Pat Hemby work logic problem with truth table. After visiting Mexico, Carol Anderson shows n lllVl ir: ls xywg, gf,-gqsgdxwxusfw wvwrms sw. ....:.a..x.aafsf 1 .,.,- ., ., ,. :1.,:,ni-49 -' .V '- w. . ,, S '- " . 1 ,- Z . '- 1,-73,1-lv . ' ' "-"gr 'ana , " '- , 1 L, eff f .'gv5,f'si"-f,1.f" fn., 4 'Q ,' v 'L ,, -ii X.'4r.,f':, 'bf --. ia df Q, ...,.... ,... ..' .1 52- Jil .51-.fl-1i,.'4.pff,2 "lt1ilf,LiL.Jf1 ,HQ ,L 17 1 1 I fvr'-N if 'w?2'f,-L' f . ,,v'4e l .., m M19-.. ,........, 37 ARM' fl w wwf r if I Q - i it N .K , , 1 ' 4 i, . 5 1 5 s ' , Q -.. 'N"'-N i Y I A , n ' r 1 ,v ,Q I-nl - PAGE 65 ' ex M o fl Exrfu uPEA Studying old and contemporary newspapers, Jim Sills and Alex Mclntyre evaluate problems facing democracy in this age. Dissecting various animals, Martha Fullerton and Martha Hemphill trace structure of several levels of animal kingdom. College-level courses provide opportunit for advancement Studying an exhibit concerning plant structure, Biology ll students Kenny Godwin, Tavy Seawell, and Jo Granger compare relative differ- ences of a monocotyledon and a dicotyledon through preserved successive stages of plant growth. M THE QQMPHRISON OF 55' e ' H, NQYQQQQTA wma H DIQOT if 0 PAGE 66 ' kwa 2' x W JM a-,,m'3,-if W , f ,. W ui .. . f ,. , "fn ,,.. J A , ' 1Q..v".:51,+3!a.w.-4'fi1fff -..- 3 fn ' f Nicky Nichalson, Leigh Brenizer, and Mike Miller enjoy senior privileges, relaxing under the senior tree. Class Day olhcers. Clockwise: Prophet Skip Motley, Lawyer Robert Whit ton, Historian Suzanne Bost, and Poet Karen Amen. 1 , l -L., .,-ff--'gf . ,wwf-fx ' N V f , ,M ...-'ff , Y'-" ' , ,m.weA1es.:nw-Q Seniors gain maturity by meeting challenges of final year at Myers Park Many challenges faced the members of the senior class during their last year of high school. In academic work seniors were faced with advanced courses in Biology II, College Algebra, Advanced Placement English, World Literature, and fourth-year languages. The in- tensive study required by these courses was invaluable preparation for college. In extra-curricular activities seniors were forced to sustain the efforts which had won them top positions. Seniors capably served as club presidents, committee chairmen, and class and student government officers. The dynamic leadership of out- standing seniors challenged the rest of the class to give reliable support. On the individual level seniors struggled to maintain a balance between the trivial and the serious, to limit their activities to worthwhile projects, and to find time for private reflections in the midst of the pressures of getting into college. The reality of graduation brought the understanding that a Mother's Day week-end at- titude could not last forever. In overcoming the pres- sures and problems of high school life seniors received preparation for the greater complexities which college and job would offer. v PAGE 69 f 1962 Seniors: last graduating class to attend Myers Park six years JOHN WINSTON ABRAMS 101971 Entered '59, CHARLES JERRY ADAMS ferry Entered ,593 Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Football, J.V. 10. DOROTHY ADRIELLA ADAMS Doltie Entered ,593 Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 123 'Spark 113 Y-Teens 103 French Club 103 GRA 10, 11, 12. ROBERT WRAY ADAMS Bob Entered ,593 Student Council 123 Committees: Welcoming Chmn. 12, Dance 111 Homeroom Oflicer 10, 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 113 Mustang Club 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 123 Football, J.V. 10, 11. ROSANN LUCILE ALEXANDER Rommz Entered '593 Committees: Publicity 103 Honor Society 11, 123 Jr. Mar- shal3 FTA 103 Debate Club Sec. 10, Pres. 11, l2Q Limelighters 11, 123 French Club 123 Latin Club 10, 11, l2Q GRA 10, 113 Great Books 12. JOHN LAWRENCE ALFORD jack Entered '593 Tennis ll, Honor Society 12. JAMES WALTER ALLISON Buzrb Entered ,593 Student Council 10, 11, 12, Committees: Welcoming Chmn. 11, House and Grounds Chmn. 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Class Officer 10, 123 Key Club 10, 11, 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Wrestling 10, 113 Track 103 Football, Varsity 11, 123 J.V. 103 Honor Society 12. JANNIS RUTH ALTIZER Iamzir Entered ,593 Pen Pushers 123 Y-Teens 103 Chorus 103 Choir 10, 113 GRA 10,11,12. KAREN SUE AMEN Karen Entered '6O3 Homeroom Officer 123 Y-Teens 11, 123 French Club Pres. 123 Latin Club 113 GRA 123 GAC 12. CAROL GRANT ANDERSON Caro! Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 10, 113 Homeroom Officer 123 Honor Society 11, 123 Choir 10, 11, Sec. 123 Limelighters 103 Spanish Club 10, 11, Pres. 123 Red Cross Pres. 123 GRA, 10, 11. JEANNE ANNE ANDERSON femme Entered V593 Y-Teens 11, l2Q FHA 113 GRA 10, 11, 123 GAC 12. JOHN SAMUEL APPERSON fobzz Entered ,593 Committees: Welcoming 11, Public Relations 123 Home- room Officer 10, 113 Mumzng Bus. Mgr. 123 Key Club 123 Hi-Y 11, Treas. 123 Latin Club 103 Football, J.V. 10. ELIZABETH JANE APPLEGATE Libby Entered '59, Pen Pushers 11, Pres. 123 Y-Teens 103 FHA 123 Red Cross 103 GRA 10, 11, 12. SUSAN LORENE ARZBERGER Surazz Entered '59Q Y-Teens 103 French Club 10, 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. PATRICIA ANN AUSTIN Paz Entered '593 Committees: Dance 113 Y-Teens 10, IIQ Chorus 103 French Club 11,GRA 10, 11, 12. RALPH LEONARD AUSTIN Lenny Entered '59. NANCYE REBECCA BAKER Nafzcye Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 113 Homeroom Officer 11, 123 Muffafzg 123 Honor Society 123 Y-Teens 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 GRA10,11,12. BARBARA CLEVELAND BAMBERGER Barbrzm Entered ,593 Y-Teens 103 Debate Club 113 Limelighters 10, 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Great Books 12. if 5. WWW? V fl ew "ft" l Abrams C. Adams D. Adams R. Adams Alexander Alford Allison Altizer Amen C. Anderson J. Anderson Apperson BARBARA JANE BANKS Ba1'ba1'a Entered '593 Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Honor Society 123 Pen Pushers 11, 123 Lettergirl 123 GRA 10, 11, 123 J.V. Cheerleader 103 Latin Club 10. BRIAN DOWNS BARKSDALE Brian Entered '593 Committees: Public Relations 12, School Spirit 123 Home- room Officer 103 Engineers Club 123 Spanish Club 123 Track 10, 12. CATHERINE ELAINE BARNES Elaine Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 123 FTA 123 Honor Society 123 Pen Pushers 11, V.P. 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. JAMES ALFORD BARNES jim Entered '593 Honor Society 123 Jr. Marshal3 French Club 10, 11, 123 Great Books 12. NANCY CAROL BARNES Newry Entered '593 Committees: Publicity 123 Y-Teens 10, 113 FTA 11, Pres. 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Red Cross 10, 11, 123 GRA IO, II, 12. JAMES HARPER BARNHARDT lim Entered '593 Monogram Club 123 Swimming 12. ' PAGE 70 ' M -mtv If " ,qw 2 'i' 'fivf' gf-alfa! - f Hi ' ,11. f ' . 1 ,gl Z., I A 1 ' 4 43' ' Cui Effie W VU' ma-: . 'NNW Applegate Arzberger P. Austin Banks Barksdale C. Barnes Barnett Barnette Baynard Bell Benfield Biggers PAMELA BARNETT P41712 Entered '59g Student Council 123 Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, Chmn. 12g French Club 11, 12g GRA 10,11, 12. SUSAN EVERETT BARNETTE Sumn Entered '59g Committees: Dance 10, 11, AFS 123 Homeroom Officer 11 g 'Spark 10, 11, Bus. Mgr. 12g Y-Teens 10, 12, Pres. 11, French Club 10, 11, 12g GRA 10,11,12. HARRIET MURRAY BAYNARD Harrier Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10, 12, Dance 12g French Club 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 12, GRA 10, 11. TONI KATHRYN BEACH Toni Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 11, 12, Dance 12: Pen Pushers 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. JAMES TYSON BEACHUM ffm Entered '59g Engineers Club 11, 12, Spanish Club 11g Latin Club 10. PATRICIA RAE BECK Tricia Entered '59g Committees: Publicity 12g Homeroom Officer 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, Sec. 12: Choir 11, 123 Chorus 10: Latin Club 10, 11g GRA 10, 11, 12. R. Austin Baker Bamberger J. Barnes N. Barnes Barnhardt Beach Beacham Beck Bishop Blair Blakeney MARYA O'HARA BELL Ma1'y4z Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 123 Homeroom OEICCL' 12, Pen Pushers 11, 123 Y-Teens 10g Chorus 10, 12g Choir 11, 123 Flag Bearer 113 Mustang Club 125 Cheerleader 12g French Club 11, 12: GRA IO. SUSAN ELIZABETH BENFIELD Szzmfz Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 10, 12, Dance 11g Homeroom OHicer 105 Pen Pushers 123 Y-Teens 10, French Club 10g GRA 10. BETTY SUE BIGGERS BelfyS11e Entered '59, Y-Teens 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. WORTH FRANKLIN BISHOP JR. Fmrzle Entered '59. THOM WILLIAMSON BLAIR JR. Thom Entered '59, Student Council 12: Committees: Welcoming 12g Honor Society 12g jr. Marshalg Monogram Club 10, 11, 12g Hi-Y 12, Latin Club 10, 11, Pres. 12, Varsity Football Mgr. 10, 11, 12. VIRGINIA CLAIRE BLAKENEY Gifzizy Entered '592 Committees: Publicity 12, School Spirit 12g Chorus 113 Latin Club 11, 12g GRA 12. 0 PAGE 71' Conference delegates. Sitting: Butch Allison, Katy Lawg Wild Acres. Standing: Earl Taylor, Walton Rogersg Boys' State. Dianne Harris, Butch Allison chosen directors of ,62 follies CHARLES COOK BOGER JR. Chute Entered '59g Homeroom Oiiicer 12. SUZANNE GRIFFIN BOST Suzanne Entered '593 Committees: Publicity 12, Dance 10, 11, 12g Homeroom Officer 10, 115 'Spark 10, 11, Features Ed. 12g Honor Society 12g Jr. Marshalg GAC 10, 11, V.P. 12g Lettergirl 10, 11, Head 12g Mustang Club 10, 11, 12g French Club 10, 11, 12g GRA 10, 11, 12. TREZ MIDDLETON BOULWARE Trez Entered '59g D.E. Club 11, 12. Boger Bost Boulware R. Boyd Boyles Brenizer CAROL ANNE BOWLES Q I . Carol Entered '59g Student Council 10, 11g Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Publicity 121 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, 11, 125 GRA 10, 11, 12. . LINDA KAY BOWMAN Linda Entered '60g Majorette 12. HARRY MORGAN BOYD Hank Entered '59g Committees: Dance 11, 12, School Spirit 10, 12g Home- room OHicer 10, 11g Monogram Club 11, 125 Choir 12g French Club 11, 12g Wrestling 10, 11, Captain 12g Football, Varsity 12. Bowles Bowman H. Boyd Brislin Bryant Buck f' sl, . " 5 I 1 0 PAGE 72 ' Gay Williams, Wonda Moseley, Sue Stokes, Nancye Baker, Girls' State delegates, look at Cay's Girls' Nation souvenirs. ROY INGRAM BOYD JR. Roy Entered '593 Committees: Dance 12, School Spirit 12: Spanish Club 11, 12: Track 10. WILLIAM THOMAS BOYLES Ill Tommy Entered '60: Honor Society 12: D.E. Club Treas. 11, Pres. 12, District D.E. Club Assoc. Pres. 11, V.P. 12, State D.E. Club Assoc. Pres. 11, Assoc. Pres. 12. LEIGH RICHMOND BRENIZER Leigh Entered '59: Committees: Welcoming 11, 12: French Club 10, 11, 12: GRA 10, 11, 12. KATHLEEN MARY BRISLIN Kathleen Entered '60: Pen Pushers 12: GRA 11, 12. JAMES ROBERT BRYANT III jamie Entered '59: Student Council 11: Committees: Assembly, Chmn. 12: Homeroom Ofiicer 10, 11: Key Club 11, 12: Monogram Club 11. 12: Hi-Y 11, 12: Mustang Club 10, 11, 12: Latin Club 10: French Club 11, 12: Track 10, 11, 12. GEORGE STEPHEN BUCK Steve Entered '6O: Committees: Athletic, Chmn. 12: Homeroom Ofhcer 12: Hi-Y 12: Latin Club 11: Basketball, Varsity 11, 12: Honor Society 12. HARRIET LEAH BURNS Harrier Entered '59: Committees: Dance 12, School Spirit 11, 12: Homeroom Officer 10: Y-Teens 11, 12: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10: GRA 10, 11, 12. MARTY JEANE BYRD Ieafze Entered '59: Y-Teens 10, 11: Red Cross 12: GRA 10, 11, 12. JAMES CALDWELL jim Entered '59: Band 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 11, 12: Swimming 10, 11, 12. ANGELA CARABATEAS An ela 8 Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10: Honor Society 12: Y-Teens 10, ll, IZQ French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10, 111 GRA ll, 12. HELEN ELEANOR CARROLL Eleanor Entered '59: Student Council 12: Committees: Dance 11, 12, Citizenship 12 : Mufzmzg Organizations Ed. 12: Honor Society 12: GAC 11, Sec. 12: Y-Teens 10, 11: French Club 11: Latin Club 10: GRA 10, 11, 12. MARY ELIZABETH CASAS Mary Entered '61: Honor Society 12: Debate Club 12: Great Books 12. ROBERT CARROLL CASS Robert Entered '59: Student Council 10, 12: Committees: Athletic 10, 11, Chmn. 12: Homeroom Oliicer 10, 11: Monogram Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 11, 12: Basketball, Varsity 11, 12: J.V. 10. CLYDE SIDNEY CATES Sidney Entered '61, HOWARD KENNETH CHADWICK II Houwrd Entered '59: Homeroom Officer 12: Choir 10, 11, 12: Band 10, 11: Orchestra Pres. 12: Mustang Club 12. NANCY CARTER CHAMBERS Nancy Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 11, 12: Chorus 12: French Club 10, 11 : GRA 10, 11, 12. JUDY RAE CHAMPION Judy Entered '59: Pen Pushers 12: Y-Teens 10: GRA 10, 11. WALTER CHARNLEY Ill Entered '59: Limelighters 10, 11, V.P. 12: French Club 12. Waller 0 PAGE 73 0 Burns Byrd Caldwell Carabaleas Carroll Casas Cass Cates Chadwick Chambers Champion Charnley 7525 ' 'r ,, J - '. wwi 1- ,,aJ,.a 5 1 9 X. .. f '3+ , ,,, ..,. - ,Nh K ,V Fr' I. .i. wan? " S . ww., , "EQ . Dk . .3 , 2 1L,1,l4-aff., ! are f 5,1 ft s E . isa f? Q iii 5. , Z ' f Nw 1, f r fa., , ' .. , V, ' Q' mv.. 3 , 4w'.s Wg' 2 3 "fa , . x - l ' at. A aff s , Y.. My -. f . 1 title' .. 'haul' 0 1,-.WM ,un ,pk fv- hm V t E we 'ill lr if 'NO -nu., We f""' Barbara Bamberger acts in Mint Museum Drama Guild N l""'A I f ---' --svn, D 1 productions A CHARLES CARROLL CHASE Clmzfe ' Entered '59. V, CAROLYN ANN CHITTENDEN Carolyn Entered '59, Honor Society 11, 12, Y-Teens 12, FHA Treas. 12, Latin Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. MILTON CLAPP III Skeeter Entered '59, Band 10, 12. WILLIAM MACKEY CLARK Billy Entered '59, Student Council Sec. 11, Pres. 12, Committees: Athletic 10, 11, Honor Society 11, 12, Chief jr. Marshal, Key Club 10, 12, Sec. 11, Monogram Club 10, 11, 12,Hi4Y10, 11, 12, Mustang Club 10, 11, 12, French Club Sec. 11, Latin Club 10, Basketball, Varsity 11, Captain 12, j.V. 10, Tennis 10. MARY JANETTE CLONTZ Janelle Entered '59, GRA 11, 12. JANE ANN COFFEY jane Ann Entered '59, Committees: Dance 11, 12, School Spirit 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Majorette 10, 11, Head 12, French Club 10, 11, Red Cross 10, GRA 10, 11,12. CHERYL ANNE CONNOR Cheryl Entered '59, Pen Pushers 11, Sec. 12, French Club 10, GRA 10. MARGARET CAROLYN COON Carolyn Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Publicity 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. CAMILLE WILLINGHAM CROUSE Camille Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Mzuzmzg 12, Pen Pushers 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, FHA 12, French Club 11, 12. EDWARD LESTER CROWELL Eddie Entered '59. ELISABETH CUNNINGHAM Belly Entered '59, Muizmzg 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Y-Teens 11, 12. French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, 11, GRA 11, 12. JOHN EDGAR DARLING JR. jack Entered '59, Committees: Welcoming 12, Spanish Club 12, Baseball 12, Football, j.V. 10. MARY TODD DAVIES Todd Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11 , Majorette 11, 12, French Club 10, GRA 10, 11, 12. HAROLD JOHNSON DAVIS Buddy Entered '59, Committees: Public Relations 12, 'Spark 11, 12. JERRY RAY DAVIS Ray Entered '59, Monogram Club 11, 12, Latin Club 11, Basketball, Varsity 11, 12,J.V.10. it il Ku Chase Chittenden Clapp Clark Clontz Coffey Connor Coon Crouse Crowell Cunningham Darling MIRIAM DONA DAVIS Dona Entered '59, Committees: Dance 10, Publicity 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Chorus 10, Choir 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. ELIZABETH ELEMING DEVEREUX Bunny Entered '59, Chorus 10, Choir 11, 12, FTA 10, 12, Debate Club 12, Treas. 11, Limelighters 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, Great Books 12. MONICA LYNNE DOERR Mania: Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 10, Dance 11, 12, Y-Teens 11, Treas. 12, Red Cross 11, GRA 11, 12, Spanish Club 10. DENNIS JAMES DONNELLY Dee Entered '61, Chorus 12, Choir 12, Limelighters 12. JUDITH ELLEN DOUGHERTY Ellen Entered '59, Latin Club 10, 11, GRA 10. STEPHEN ARNOLD DOUGLAS Sieve Entered '59, Engineers Club 12, Golf 12. JOHN WILLIAM DOWNS I 1.15. Entered '59. 0 PAGE 74 - .ks- ,av A95 'l R gs. X.. Davies H. Davis J. Davis Donnelly Dougherty Douglas Earnhardt Edwards Eisler D. Evans M. Evans V. Evans JANE JORDAN DULIN lun Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 123 Homeroom Ofiicer10, llg GAC 123 Choir 11, 123 Mustang Club 11, 12 3 Cheerleader 123 French Club Ili Latin Club 103 GRA 10, 11. DEANNA KAY EAKER DEKIIIIZII Entered '593 Committees: Welcoming 123 Y-Teens 11, 123 Chorus 123 Choir 123 Band 10, 11 3 Orchestra 113 FTA 11, V.P. 123 French Club 11, IZQ GRA 10, 11, 123 Honor Society 12. JUDITH ALLEN EARNHARDT judy Entered ,593 Committees: Dance 123 Pen Pushers 11, 123 GRA 10, 12. LEONARD GARY EDWARDS JR. Gary Entered '59. JAMES IRVIN EISLER jimmy Entered '593 Track 10, 12. RICHARD TURNER ELMORE Rirlmrd Entered '593 Committees: Dance 12, Welcoming 123 Engineers Club 103 Spanish Club 10. RUTH DIANA ELMORE Diana Entered '613 Pen Pushers 123 Spanish Club 123 GRA 12. ff an Z X f zyjafff pf X Z X If" 4 M, M gl gf lfff f jf j ?f J we Fifi f we at r ' , if -as -ax' Qu M. Davis Devereux Doerr Downs Dulin Eaker R. T. Elmore R. D. Elmore Eskridgc Faris Farr Faulkner PATRICIA LOUISE ESKRIDGE Pat Entered '593 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Band IO3 French Club 11, 123 Red Cross 103 GRA 11, 12. DAVID BRADDOCK EVANS David Entered '593 Hi-Y 123 Chorus 123 Football, Varsity 12. MIRIAM RAYE EVANS Miriimz Entered '593 Pen Pushers ll, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. VERONICA ANNE EVANS RUIZIUE' Entered '61g Student Council 123 Committees: Dance 123 Homeroom Officer 123 GAC 123 Y-Teens 123 42 View St., North Perth, Wfest Australia. DANIEL FORD FARIS Dan Entered '593 Engineers Club 123 Spanish Club 11, Sec. 123 Tennis 11, 12. BARRY RICHARDSON FARR Barry Entered '59Q Homeroom Ofiicer 12 3 Monogram Club 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 12g Golf 10, 11, 12. DOROTHY LYNNE FAULKNER Doitie Entered '593 Y-Teens 11, 123 FHA 123 GRA 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 11. f PAGE 75' rr :X lx 'if' I 1 it-' flag: N g.. ., , 52, ' . K 1 W + 1-' ' S "f as W ' W , Q: l 4,TmTi:FQx D, it l 4- Am T lr 'Fa 4 X TT' ' +933 A ' gf- C. Ferris L. Ferris Finman Firestone N Flint ee 2 Flowe --X Y .v-v Follmer r"",w,, Ford Forehand Forshaw Q. ' ' it ' 'lb ,flew ., if'- -lg 1 Foster iff" N' 4 Freedland Y: ' ., , Vxb, 1, 7 Bill McGuire and Chris Marney, Baccalaureate Committee Co-Chairmen, and ,lan Gaskell consider having the baccalaureate address at Freedom Park. GWENDOLYN MAE FERRIS Gwen Entered '59: Committees: Dance 10, School Spirit 10, 11: Homeroom Ofhcer 10: Mzmazzg 12: Y-Teens 10: GRA 11. LEE THOMPSON FERRIS Lee Entered '59g Engineers Club 12. EDWARD DAVID FINMAN Eddie Entered '59: Committees: Public Relations 12: Homeroom Oflicer 10, 11: Spanish Club 12. LYNNE MERLE FIRESTONE Lynne Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: French Club 10, 11, 12: Red Cross 10, 11: GRA 10, 11, 12. LINDA ANN FLINT Linda Entered '59g Committees: Publicity 10, Dance 11, 12: Pen Pushers 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: FHA 11, 12: GRA 10, 11: French Club 10. THOMAS WEBSTER FLOWE Tom Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 12, Public Relations 12: Band 10, 11: Orchestra 11: Mustang Club 12: Engineers Club 12. KATHARINE GRAHAM FOLLMER' Kathy Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 12: Y-Teens 10, 12: FHA 12: French Club 10: GRA 10, 11, 12. KAY PEOPLES FORD Kay Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: FHA 12: Latin Club 10: Red Cross 12: GRA 10, 11, 12. MARY ELLEN FOREHAND Mary Ellen Entered '59: Y-Teens 10, 11: French Club 10, 11, 12: GRA 11, 12. THOMAS FORSHAW Ill Tom Entered '59: Homeroom Ofhcer 10, 11: Monogram Club 11, 12: Red Cross 10: Football, Varsity 11, 12: -I.V. 10. CAROL JEAN FOSTER Carol Entered '61: Committees: Dance 12: Band 12: Majorette 12: Spanish Club 12: GRA 12. LESLIE ANN FREEDLAND Lerlie Entered '59: Committees: Public Relations 12, School Spirit 11, 12: Murzazzg 11, 12: Mustang Club 10, 11, 12: j.V. Cheerleader 10: French Club 11, 12: Spanish Club 10: GRA 11, 12. DOROTHY BYERS FROST Dot Entered '59g Committees: Publicity 12, School Spirit 11, 12: Pen Pushers 12:Y-Teens10,11,12:GRA10,11,12. MARTHA SUMWALT FULLERTON Martha Entered '59: Committees: Dance 10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: French Club 11: Spanish Club 10: GRA 11: Flag Bearer 12. ROBERT MARTIN FURMAN Rvbert Entered '59: Engineers Club 12: Spanish Club 12. ROBERT MANLEY GADDY Bobby Entered '59. JAMES MCINNES GALE jimmy Entered '59: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Limelighters 11. ELIZABETH MORROW GALLAGHER Belh Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 12: Homeroom Ofhcer 11, 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: FHA 12: Latin Club 10: Red Cross 10: GRA 10, 12: Honor Society 12. - PAGE 76 0 Tomm Boyles elected vice-president of South Western District D.E. clubs CAROL LOUISE GANGE Carol Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 11, Homeroom Officer 10, Choir 12, Latin Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11. CHRISTINE JOSEPHINE GARDEN Cbrifzine Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, 12, Dance 11, 12, Home- room Oliicer 10, 11, Pen Pushers 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Lettergirl 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Red Cross 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. EILEEN CAROL GARFINKEL Eileen Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 12, Pen Pushers 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, FTA 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, Red Cross 11, GRA 11, 12. Frost Fullerton Furman C3330 Garden Garfinkel l lik" Lynn Whisnant, Co-Leader of the new Great Books Discussion Group, shows Bunny Devereux the selection from Machiavelli. JEAN ANN GASKELL Ian Entered '59, Student Council 11, Committees: AFS 12, Elections Chmn. 12, Homeroom Otticer 10, 12, Mzztfizng Treas. 12, Honor Society 11, V.P. 12, jr. Marshal, GAC 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, Mustang Club 10, 11, French Club, Pres. 11, Latin Club 10, 11, GRA 10, 12, Treas. 11. SUSAN CLAIR GEBHARDT Sllfie Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, Publicity 10, 11, Chmn. 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Limelighters 10, French Club 10, 11, 12, GAC 10, 11, 12, Red Cross 10, GRA 10, 11, Sec. 12, Honor Society 12. GAYLE MARSH GEORGE Gayle Entered '59, Committees: Dance 10, 11, 12, School Spirit 10, 11, 12, Mufttmg 12, Y-Teens 10, Choir 10, V.P. 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. Gaddy Gale Gallagher Gaskell Gebhardt George mv- , Nw' 2 42' T. wi 1 . x GX 1 v I- i 5 'Q' im- if ' PAGE 77 v Walter Graham chosen to receive coveted Morehead Scholarship DEANE HALSEY GILMOUR JR. Deane Entered '605 Chorus 11, 125 Choir 11, 125 Limelighters 11, 125 Spanish Club 12. GAIL LAVERNE GILREATH Gail Entered '595 Committees: Publicity 12, School Spirit 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 FHA 125 FTA 125 French Club 11, 125 Latin Club 105 GRA 10, II, 12. ROBERT KENNETH GODWIN Ken Entered '595 Student Council 125 Committees: School Spirit 125 Home- room Oflicer 11, 125 French Club 11, 125 Latin Club 105 Wrestling 10, 11. JAMES EDWARD GORDON Jimmy Entered '595 Mzumzzg ll, 125 Jr. Marshal5 French Club 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 12. JULIANNE GRAHAM julie Entered '595 Committees: Publicity 125'Spa1'k 115 Y-Teens 105 Orchestra 105 Latin Club 105 Red Cross 105 GRA 10, 11, 12. WALTER RALEIGH GRAHAM JR. Walter Entered '595 Student Council 125 Muilnng 10, 11, Editor 125 Honor Society 11, Treas. 125 Jr. Marshalg Latin Club 10, 11, V.P. 12. JOANA CHERRY GRANGER Jo Entered '595 Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 115 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Latin Club 10, 115 GRA 10, 11, 12. LUCY ROBERTSON GRASTY Lucy Entered '595 Committees: Dance 105 Y-Teens 105 Lettergirl 125 Spanish Club 11, Treas. 125 GRA 10, 11. CAROL ANN GREEN Carol Entered '595 Student Council 10, 11, 125 'Spark 115 Y-Teens 10, 115 French Club 10, 11 5 GRA 10, 11, 12. ROGER CARY GREENSPAN Roger Entered '595 Latin Club 10, 11. REX NORMAN GRIBBLE R Ski ei J - PP ' Entered '595 Student Council 115 Committees: Dance 12, School Spirit 125 Homeroom Officer 10, 125 Hi-Y 125 Mustang Club 11, V.P. 125 Engineers Club 115 French Club 11, 125 Red Cross 105 Basketball, J.V. 10. JULIUS VIRGIL GRIFFITH JR. Jule Entered '595 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 125 Monogram Club 125 French Club 105 Red Cross 125 Wrestling 10, 115 Football, Varsity 125 J.V. 11. RICHARD GARY GROSSWALD Dickie Entered '59, LINDA DIANNE GURLEY Linda Entered '595 Pen Pushers 125 GRA 11. DENNIS LORENZ GUTHRIE Dennif Entered '595 Committees: School Spirit 12, Dance 125 Engineers Club 10, 125 French Club 10, 11. SUSAN IRENE HAAG Suran Entered '59, -e:r"?' ,11, ' f' - jgaqfw :T ,- t . ' ,,.,, Ng ' f if" Gilmour Gilreath Godwin Gordon J. Graham W. Graham Granger Grasty Green Greenspan Gribble Griffith LINDA JEAN HACKETT Linda Entered '605 FHA 115 GRA 12. MARGARET ANN HADDEN Peggy Entered '605 Committees: Dance 11, 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 Limelighters 11, 125 French Club 11, 125 GRA 12. FRANCES DIANE HAIR Diane Entered '595 Pen Pushers 125 GRA 11. PAUL EDWARD HALBERSTADT JR. Paul Entered '595 Committees: Publicity 12, Welcoming 125 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 125 Spanish Club 12. DARLING ANNE HAMILTON Anne Entered '605 Student Council 12 5 Committees: Publicity 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 French Club 11, 125 GRA 11, 125 Honor Society 12. EDWARD SPRUNT HAMILTON JR. Ned Entered '595 Honor Society 11, 125 Jr. Marshalg Engineers Club 125 Red Cross 105 Tennis 11, 12. RICKFORD JAMES HANNER JR. I .Jimmy Entered '593 Monogram Club 11, 125 French Club 115 Swimming 115 Track 115 Cross-Country 11. v PAGE 78 - X-, Q 10' 5'0- M594 Crosswald Curley Guthrie Hair Halberstadl D. Hamilton C. Harris M. Harris Harrison Hasty Hatcher Hawkins DIANNE ELAINE HARRIS Dianne Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 103 Y-Teens 10, 113 Chorus 10, 11, 123 Choir 10, 11, 123Limelighters10, 11, Pres. 123 French Club 103 GRA 10, 11, 12. GAYE KARYL HARRIS Gaye Entered '59Q Student Council 113 Committees: School Spirit Chmn. 12, Public Relations 113 Homeroom Oflicer 103 Y-Teens 10, 113 Lettergirl 123 Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 Cheerleader 11, J.V. 103 French Club 10, 113 GRA 10,11,12. MARY JANE HARRIS ' Mary Entered '59g Committees: Dance 123 Choir 123 Spanish Club 11, 123 GRA 1O,11,12. JAMES LAWRENCE HARRISON Lan' Entered '593 Committees: Dance 123 Engineers Club 123 French Club 10, 11. JAMES PATRICK HART Pal Entered '593 Student Council 10, 123 Committees: Dance 123 Homeroom Officer 113 Monogram Club 123 French Club 113 Latin Club 103 Baseball 10, 11, 123 Football, Varsity 123 J.V. 10, 11. CHERYL MALINDA HARTSELL Cheryl Entered '599 Chorus 113 GRA 11, 12. I. '51 w A " - V fmt" .,.. 1 ' J fqf tx nr "' Mf , sw ty S ffs frm A ,by 4 V, X ,M 4? 7 Q I 1 3 V f A u ' - .. M. f Wy. ' 4 f 34 f zgf gif, A I I 1352 , 4 Z 7 ,f V Q f 2 , ff 1 -ezr , I Haag Hackett Hadden E. Hamilton Hanner D. Harris Hart C. Hartsell R. Hartsell Helms Hemby J. Hemphill RICHARD WAYNE HARTSELL Rirbard Entered '613 D.E. Club 12. JOHN CARSWELL I-IASTY john Entered YGIQ Chorus 12. ELIZABETH GAYLE HATCHER Guy Entered '603 Y-Teens 123 GRA 11, 123 Honor Society 12. ANN LYNN HAWKINS Lynn Entered '59g Y-Teens 10, IIQ French Club 11, IZQ Latin Club 103 GRA IO, 12. KENNETH EUGENE HELMS Ken Entered ,593 Baseball 11, 12. PATRICIA ANN HEMBY Pat Entered '593 Committees: Dance 10, 11, 12, Publicity 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Honor Society 123 Pen Pushers 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 FTA 123 French Club 10, Sec. 123 Red Cross 123 GRA 10, 11, IZQ GAC 12. JAMES CALVIN HEMPHILL IV Jim Entered '593 Student Council 123 'Spark 11, Editor 123 Engineers Club 10, 11, Pres. 123 Debate Club 103 Wrestling 10. 0 PAGE 79 0 Peggy Knauff and Nancy Meacham, Co-Chairmen of the Cap and Gown Committee, decide ,Ion Logue's robe is a perfect fit. Fifteen seniors named National Merit Scholarship finalists MARTHA NELL HEMPHILL Marlha Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 125 Muflmzg 123 Y-Teens 10, 12, Treas. 11: French Club 10, 11, 12: GRA 10, 11, 12. ALAN SCOTT H ENDERSON Alan Entered '59: Committees: Dance 10, 11, 12g Homeroom Ofiicer 10, 11, 12g Limelighters 10, 11. W. MARJORIE ANN HENDERSON Margie Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 11, Dance 11, 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g Spanish Club 11,12gGRA1O,1V1,12. JOHN PEACH HIGHTOWER JR. Peachy Entered '59g Committees: Welcoming 12g Homeroom Officer 103 Span- ish Club 12g Red Cross 12: Football, j.V. 10. JOHN LESLIE HENDERSON 10571 ANNE ADAMS HOLDER Amie' Entered '59: Engineers Club 113 Frenth Club 10. Entered '59, Y-Teens 129 FHA 12g GRA 10, 11, 123 D.E. Club 11. M. Hemphill A. Henderson J. Henderson M. Henderson Hightower A. Holder L. Holder Holliday Holton Hope Horney Horton A f : A Diff? ' 'L Q- he ft ,, ' M' ' ,ff ' I 1, V ,, f 5 gl 4 'fi , ' "'e f Y f' givin. , Ski? I 'WL tt, ft f h 1. 1, 64, R , 2 'Wm gig I Q 1 f as 1. ,, Q ' P, 72 A W - ' WM' 5 'fn' A if 41' F S' eerie: , f Q , bf 'M 1'!':"" "?"W 4:7 ,F N., if qw "F-'iz' ' PAGE 80 0 National Merit Finalists. First row: Alexander, Whisnant, Shore, Amen, Loftin. Second row: Holton, Apperson, Clark, Barnes. Third row: Kuykendall, Mclntire, Schworm, Whitton. LINDA SLISAW HOLDER Linda Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit IO, 11, 12, Dance 10, 113 Y- Teens 10, 113 Chorus 103 Lettergirl 11, 123 J.V, Cheerleader 103 French Club 10, 113 GRA 10, 11. MARY LOUISE HOLLIDAY Mary Entered '593 Committees: Publicity 123 Y-Teens 10, 123 FTA 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 GRA 10, llQ Honor Society 12. ROBERT ANTHONY HOLTON Bob Entered '603 Honor Society 12. WILLIAM DOUGLASS HOPE Billy Entered '593 Committees: Dance 12, Welcoming 12g Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Engineers Club 123 Spanish Club 11, 12 3 Wrestling 10. ELLEN LAURIN HORNEY Laurin Entered '59Q'S17dre llQ Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Chorus 123 Choir 123 Latin Club 10, 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. ROBERT MARKHAM HORTON Bob Entered '613 Chorus 123 Choir 12. WILLIS VUEDDINGTON HOWARD JR. W'illiJ Entered '59. JUDITH LEE HOWELL Judie Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 103 Homeroom Officer 103 FHA Sec. 123 French Club 11, 123 GRA 10. DEXWEY EDWIN HOWEY Eddie Entered '593 Engineers Club 12. GREGORY JOSEPH HOVUREN Gre H Entered '59g Homeroom Officer 103 Choir 10, 113 French Club 103 Wrestling 10. DONALD DOUGLAS HOYLE Dougldr Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 11. MARTHA MELINDA HUDGINS Melinda Entered '59L Committees: Citizenship 11, Dance 123 Homeroom Ofiicer l2Q Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Mustang Club 11, 123 French Club 113 Latin Club 103 GRA 10, 11. THOMAS XWALKER HUEY Tom Entered '613 Latin Club 12. JANICE MARIE HULSEY Imzire Entered '603 Pen Pushers 12. JOHN VUAYNE HUNTER Wlzyne Entered ,593 Engineers Club 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 10. NANCY GRANT HUNTINGTON Nancy Entered '593 Committees: Publicity 123 Homeroom Ofiicer 10, 11, 123 GAC 11, 123Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, 11, 12g GRA 10, ll,V.F'.12. FLOYD VVILLIFORD HURT JR. Floyd Entered '593 Homeroom Oflicer 123 Chorus 103 Engineers Club 11, Sec. 123 Swimming 10, 113 Track 10. RALPH HENRY HLYSBAND JR. Ralph Entered '59g Jr. MHfShZlQ Monogram Club 10, 12, Sec. llg Orchestra 10, 113 Honor Society 12. PAGE 81 - Howard Howell Howey Howren Hoyle Hudgins Huey Hul sey Hunter Huntington Hurt Husband 'K' iv an 'Yfq fi' 3s 1 gg Q ,11. , 'Lila ik IPB arf' K' H1 if , Egfr Q v 1 i l ' S. ie. , 0' ""lnE43f-,fu1T','F"Qlj 73544 - . ,ill 3 f - A if E ' u. - N Pam Barnett captures North Carolina omen's Golf Championship title ALLISON TAYLOR HYATT Allifofz Entered '593 Limelighters 11, 12. ALVIN WILLIAM HYATT Alvin Entered '59. NANCY ANN JACKSON Nancy Entered '603 Choir 10, 11, 123 Limelighters 113 GRA 11, 12. KATHRYN LEE JARRELL Kathie Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 10, 113 Y-Teens 10. 113 Chorus 113 Choir 123 French Club 10, 113 Red Cross 10, 11, 12 3 GRA 10, 11,12. KAY JACKSON JENNELL Jarkforz Entered '613 Latin Club 12. JEAN ANNE JERMAN Jearz Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 123 Homeroom Ofi'icer103Y-Teens1O, 113 French Club 113 Latin Club 10 3 GRA 11, 12. LEWIS MONROE JOHNSON Monroe Entered '59, Engineers Club 11, 123 Cross-Country 12. MARY YORKE OHNSTON York I 7 Entered '593 Student Council 103 Committees: School Spirit 10, 113 Homeroom Ofiicer 113 Honor Society 11, Sec. 123 Jr. Marshal3 Y-Teens, Treas. 103 Band 10, 11, 123 Lettergirl 123 Limelighters 10, 11, Sec. 123 French Club 112 Latin Club 10, 11, V.P. 123 GRA 10, 113 Great Books 12. JOAN BRANTLY JOHNSTONE Joan Entered '593 Committees: Dance 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, 11, 123 GRA 10, 11. JO ANN JOLLY Jo Arm Entered '59. GERALD JONES Jerry Entered '61. PAUL ADDISON JONES Paul Entered '59. ROBERT PARK JONES Bob Entered '593 D.E. Club 11, V.P. 12. TOMMIE JEAN JONES Jean Entered '603 Chorus 113 Red Cross 11, 123 D.E. Club 12. CARLA DIANE JORDAN Diane Entered '603 Homeroom Officer 103 Y-Teens 10, 113 FHA 103 Spanish Club 10, 12. KATHLEEN HAMRICK KAIGLER Kathy Entered '59Q Y-Teens 10, 113 FHA 123 French Club 103 GRA 10. WILLIAM CHARLES KANUPKE Chuck Entered '593 Committees: Public Relations 12, School Spirit 123 Mono- gram Club 11, IZQ Baseball 10. wx, 'Hia' WQ' .. 9--'pf' -Q-wasteam-11'-::e:w ,,.., ,..ww,w1:: M ""' J' I V , f f??f'17,'2flil . Y ,. ..,., ..,, , ,, ,,,. ,.., ,:.,t,. :,,, 1 . . ,, , , a y 6 cp , 1, . fi f 4 7 ,, 2? . a, at 2 K f f ,. , r ,ZF f a f is , , f f , fa! 'fi 3 ' W1 WBXL I Q1 , , 1 Rf I 4 ' , , A32 ,Q a vw 1 1 ws -. ' .afar ' We-1 1 A-W .V , 4-of M ' Q . fi . f ,5 5, ,V ,,., if Z , Zfggwf , If 'f ws r""' A. T. Hyatt A. W. Hyatt Jackson J arrell J ennell Jerman Johnson Johnston Johnstone Jolly C. Jones P. Jones BETTE ALICE KATZENMOYER Belle Entered '593 Homeroom Officer 103 'Spark 11, News Ed. 123 Honor Society 11, 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g FHA 123 French Club 10, 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. JUDY LYNN KEETER Judy Entered ,593 Student Council IZQ Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 113 Y-Teens 10, 113 Mustang Club 11, 123 J.V. Cheerleader 103 French Club 113 GRA 10, 11, 12. DONALD EDWARD KELLEY Don Entered '593 Homeroom Officer 10, 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Hi-Y 11, 123 Band 10, 11, 123 Latin Club 10, 113 Baseball 10, 11, Captain 123 Football, Varsity 12. ROBERT BROWN KELLOGG Robert Entered '59Q Student Council 113 Homeroom Officer 10, 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Track 10, 113 Cross-Country 10, 11, 12. MARY PATRICIA KELLY Mary Paz Entered '593 Pen Pushers 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. VAIDEN PEARSON KENDRICK Vaiden Entered '593 Committees: Dance 12, Welcoming 123 Murtang 123 Engi- neers Club 123 Spanish Club 10, 113 Track 11g Cross-Country 11. - PAGE 82 - rv'- 5:52. ' , ' I. M ,, 4. is ,f Nfefv 'UQ ,gee '4 - I is 49 6' A' is uf fa A.. ge 4 ' 243 2 ibn' 'QL' f I ,pw 719' f,,..f , .. an I ' .1 ,--v . W ff I ' 'tr l 7 .Fee 1. i f: V.. i vga-vi 5, R. Jones T. Jones Jordan Keeler Kelley Kellogg D. J. King Kleinfeldl Klutz Kraft Kuykendull Lambert DENNIS MAIEFIELDE KING Demzir Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 11, Dance 12. DIANN JUDY KING judy Entered '593 Committees: Dance 12: FHA 12: French Club 10, 11, 12: GRA 10, 11, 12. SANFORD KLEINFELDT Sandy Entered '59: Committees: Public Relations 11. BRENDA CHARLIEN KLUTZ Brenda Entered '59: Choir 10, 11, 12: GRA 10. MARGUERITE LANE KNAUFF Peggy Entered 'E-9: Committees: School Spirit 10, 12, Dance 11, 12: Home- room Officer 10, 11, 12 : Y-Teens 10, 11: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10: GRA 10, 12. ANASTASIA CANELLA KONTOS Tdjif Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10: Honor Society 11, 12: Y- Teens 10, 11, 12: Latin Club 10, 11, 12:GRA11, 12. LINDA CAROLYN KORALEK Lind.: Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: FHA 12: French Club 10, 11, 12: Red Cross 10, 11: GRA 10, 11, 12. 'I 7 QL? 2. W l,,,..,,14a2 ff, 2 .fs :,, 1 , .. Q, pvc Q Q L ,gn sl! Q A fab! " ' 4 I -f Q. .. ww V 'fc , ,, 13 R ,. 1, I., . W f E 3 . Kaigler Kelly Knuuff Latimer -,"5. 'Qing 1 '41-.2 -3- rf- T , rv- "0 eta , 'lv'-'wr ff' 7 1 -1. 1 ,,.,. I,- ,,, fu- pun 'KW' I2 1 X Q W f V 5 ,.w--- f " V", wmv, N qu Q Kanupkv Katzenmoyer Kendrick D. M. King Kontos Koralek Iinvindvr Law NAOMI GAIL KRAFT AIvUIlI.7i6 Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 10, 11: Homeroom Officer 10, 11: Y-Teens 10, 11: FHA 12: French Club 10, 11: GRA 10, 11. GEORGE HENRY KUYKENDALL JR. George Entered '59: Student Council 10: Honor Society 12: French Club 11: Latin Club 10, 11, 12: Great Books 12. SHERRY JEAN LAMBERT she,-fy Entered '59g Committees: Publicity 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: Band 10: GRA 10, 11, 12. KAY LATIMER Kay Entered '59: Student Council 12: Committees: Dance 10, 11, 12, Clubs Chmn. 12: Homeroom Officer 11: Y-Teens 10, 11: French Club 10: GRA 10, 11, 12. FORREST GALE LAVINDER JR. F0l'7't?.1il Entered '60. KATHRYN BANE LAW' Krzfie Entered '59: Student Council 114: Committees: Dance 11, Public Rela- tions Chmn. 12: Homeroom Officer 10: Honor Society 12: GAC 11, Pres. 12: Y-Teens 10: Mustang Club 10, 11, 12: Latin Club 10: GRA 10, 11, 12. v PAGE 83 ' Leavelle an Led ford Leekley kv Leggett Lewis Liner we R. L. Linli- 1?-fs-. Y '69 f v I S. Little Littlejohn Loftin Logue R. G. Little- lnvitations Committee Co-Chairmen Melinda Hudgins and Skip Motley inspect samples of possible graduation invitations. IAMES RICHARD LEAVELLE jim Entered '59, Homeroom Officer 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, Track 11, Football, Varsity 11, 12, J.V. 10. SUSAN WILEY LEDEORD Sufalz Entered '59, Student Council 12, Committees: Dance 10, 11, Handbook Chmn. 12, Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 11, 12, jr. Marshal, Y-Teens 10, 11, Pres. 12, FTA 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 11, GAC 12. CAROL ANN LEEKLEY Carol Entered '59, Committees: Dance 12, School Spirit 11, Pen Pushers 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Chorus 10, Red Cross 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. ILOW WADDELL LEGGETTE JR. Sonny Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 11, Engineers Club 10, 11, Football, j.V. 10. BARBARA LOUISE LEWIS Barbara Entered '59, Committees: Publicity 10, Dance 11, 12, FHA 11, GRA 10, 12. CHERYL ANN LINER Cheryl Entered '59, Orchestra 10, 11, 12. RUTH GWYNN LITTLE Gwyilll Entered '59, Y-Teens 10, Chorus 11, 12, FTA 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. RUTH LYNN LITTLE Lynn Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 12, Homeroom Officer 11 , Y-Teens 10, 11, Chorus 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. SANDRA KAY LITTLE Sandie Entered '59, Committees: Dance 12, School Spirit 11, 12, Pen Pushers 11, Treas. 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, FHA 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. SAMUEL MCGOWAN LITTLEJOHN JR. Sam Entered '59, Choir 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, 11. ANN JACKSON LOFTIN A1272 Entered '59, Murltzzzg 11, Classes Ed. 12, Honor Society 11, 12, jr. Marshal, GAC 11, 12, Orchestra 10, 12, Debate Club, V.P. 11, French Club 11 , Latin Club 10, 11, 12 , Red Cross 11, GRA 10, 11, Great Books 12. JON COURTNEY LOGUE jon Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 12, Homeroom Officer 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, Band 10, 11, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Basketball, Varsity 11, 12, j.V. 10, Tennis 11, 12. HARRIET ALLENE LOKEY Harrie! Entered '59. LINDA ANN LOOKABILL Linda Entered '59, Committees: Public Relations 12, School Spirit 10, 11, Homeroom Off1cer10, 11, Y-Teens 10, French Club 10 , GRA 10, 11, 12. CAROL ZEIGLER LORING Carol Entered '59, Committees: Dance 11, Publicity 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10. EDDY LEE MACALEER Eddy Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 11, Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12, Band 10, 11, 12, Orchestra 12, Engineers Club 12, Track 10, 11, 12. v PAGE 84 ' im Barnes attends National Science Foundation Summer Institute for advanced seniors LYNN BROWN MACLEAN Lynn Entered '59. FRANK WITHROW MACRAE III Cloipr Entered '59g Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12, Monogram Club 11, 12g Football, Varsity 11, 12, j.V. 10. JOE SHIRLEY MAJOR Jae Entered '59, Spanish Club 12, Basketball, j.V. 10. WILLIAM PAUL MALLARD Bifly Entered '59, Homeroom Officer 103 Monogram Club 10, 11, 12g Hi-Y 10, Mustang Club 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, Baseball 12, Basketball, J.V. 10, Football, Varsity 10, 11, Captain 12. Lokey Lookabill Loring Major Mallard Marine 'Uv .f ni 5 1. wa , , Don Willis and Eleanor Carroll, Co-Chairmen of the Commencement Committee, meet with Margaret Skinner at Ovens Auditorium to discuss seating arrangements. LESLEY DONNA MARINE Leiley Entered '59, Committees: Publicity 12g Y-Teens 12, FHA 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. RITA CHRISTOPHER MARNEY Chrii' Entered '59g Student Council 11, Committees: Dance 10, 11, 123 Home- room Officer 11, 12 g Y-Teens 10, 113 French Club 11g Latin Club 10, 11, 12, Red Cross 103 GRA 10, 11, 12. CAROLINE ARMISTEAD MARTIN Caroline Entered '591 Committees: School Spirit 10, 12, Dance 11 g 'Spark 10, 11, Bus. Mgr. 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, French Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. HARRIET SUE MASSEY HcZ1'1'fel Entered '59, GRA 10, 11, D.E. Club 11, Treas. 12. MacAleer MacLean Macrae Marney Martin H. Massey it .f ww-QI in A 1 , .,e,",?T'Ql" f'7rf'E1""f2GfYQ:". , 5 Qfivvitffw t ff- f ,M Q, X gqarii .,.. A 54911 31 42 64 I X " A , ' PAGE 85- Entered '60, Key Club 11, 12, Hi-Y 12, Mustang Club 12, Wrestling Carol Anderson tours South America With American Red Cross delegation JAMES CLAYTON MASSEY jnnzei' Entered '59, Track 10, 11, 12. MELVA JAYNE MAUNEY jaylze Entered '59, 'Sjuzrk 10, Pen Pushers 12, GRA 11, 12. HARRIET IRIS MAYER HLl1'7'j6f Entered '59, French Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 12. MAXINE SUE MAYER Maxilze Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. ELLIOTT ASI-IBEL MAYO Elliot! Entered '59,'Sp21r,e 11, Engineers Club 11, 12. JOHN MARSHALL MCCALL 101911 Entered '61, Football, Varsity 12. SANDRA MARILDA MCCLELLAN Sandra Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 11, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, FHA 11, 12, FTA 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. JULIANNE ALICE MCCLURE judy Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, FHA 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. MARGARET ELIZABETH MCCOMBS Libby Entered '59, Choir 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, GRA 10. 11, 12. DOROTHY ELLEN MCDOUGLE Dorfie Entered '59, Committees: AFS 11, 12, Citizenship 12, Murfrnzg 10, 11, Features Ed. 12, Honor Society 11, 12, jr. Marshal, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, Latin Club 10, GRA 10, 11, 12. MARY LAVERNE MCFEELY Billye Entered '60, Chorus 11. BoYcE GRIGGS MCGARITY Gfzggr Entered '59, D.E. Club 12. WOODS MONROE MCGINN IVo0dy Entered '59, Monogram Club 11, 12, Chorus 12, Choir 12, Spanish Club 12, Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Football, j.V. 10. ROBERT WILLIAM MCGOWAN Bob 11,12. WILLIAM BULGIN MCGUIRE JR. Bill Entered '59, Committees: Elections 12, Homeroom Ofhcer 12, Honor Society 12, Jr. Marshal, Engineers Club 12. ALEXANDER HAYWOOD MCINTIRE Alex Entered '60, Key Club 11, 12, Spanish Club 12, Great Books 12. MICHAEL ALLAN MCLAUGHLIN Mike Entered '59, Monogram Club 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, Swimming 11, 12. MARSHA LOUISE MCNEELY Marslm Entered '59, Committees: Publicity 10, School Spi1'it 12, Homeroom Officer 10, Y-Teens 10, 12, Chorus 10, French Club 11, GRA 10, 11. NANCY FLOYD MEACHAM Nancy Entered '59, Student Council 12, Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, Chmn. 12, Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12, GAC 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Mustang Club 12, French Club 11, Latin Club 10, GRA 10, 11, 12. JULIAN CURTIS MEADOWS III julian Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 12, Engineers Club 11, French Club 10, 11, 12. Z I Abs is K ku.-.4 J. Massey Mauney H. Mayer M- Mayer Mayo McCall McClellan McClure McCombs McDougle McFeely McCarity ROBERT DEAN MELTON Bobby Entered '59, Committees: Dance 12, School Spirit 11 , Homeroom Officer 10, French Club 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, Basketball, J.V. 10. CHARLES ORRIN MILFORD III Charlie Entered '59, Band 10, 11, Pres. 12, Orchestra 10, 11, 12, French Club IO, 12. JAMES HUGH MILL jimmy Entered '59, MICHAEL GRANT MILLER Mike Entered '59, Committees: Dance 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, Engineers Club 11, 12, Wrestling 10, 11, Football, j.V. 10. WILEY HERBERT MORRISON III Herb Entered '59, 'Spark 10, 11, 12, Monogram Club 10, 11, 12, Swimming 11, 12. WONDA LYNN MOSELEY Wgndg Entered '59, Student Council, Sec. 12, Committees: Dance 12, School Spirit 10, 11, Homeroom Oflicer 10, Class Officer 10, 11, GAC 10, 11, 12, Lettergirl 12, Mustang Club 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 11, j.V. 10, Latin Club 10, GRA 12. - PAGE 86 0 Lim? Ulf' i 475 gg 1 Q, '1 'C' ,cv- , 'sn MeCinn McGowan McGuire Meacham Meadows Melton Morrison Moseley Motley Nichalson Nordman Norman ELLIOT RECTOR MOTLEY Skip Entered '593 Student Council 11, Committees: Citizenship 11, Dance 12, Homeroom Officer 12, Murlfwg, Sports Ed. 12, Honor Society 12, Jr. Marshal, Key Club 12, Mustang Club 11, 12, French Club 11, Latin Club 10, 11, Pres. 12, Cross-Country 11, 12. MARTHA BARRETT MUILENBURG Barrie Entered '59, Committees: Dance 11, 12, Homeroom Othcer 12, Y-Teens 10, Chorus 12, Choir 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, GRA 10, 11, 12, Millie Mustang 12. LARRY NORWOOD MURCHISON Lczrry Entered '59, Band 10. ROBERT JOHN NEWLIN Bob Entered '59, Band 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 12. MONTE HYATT NICHALSON Nicky Entered '60, Student Council 12, Committees: Dance 11, 12, School Spirit 11, French Club 11, 12, GRA 11,12. ry .J t, , gl A at ,I fn for an-t.,.,,s r, 1 i""'3a?.g if' ' f 1 i Q , r , A 1. . ' ag: , v 'Q B v Mclntire McLaughlin McNeely Milford Mill Miller Muilenburg Murchison Newlin Norris O'Hair Oldham FRIEDA l..ll.l..lE NORDMAN Frieda Entered '59, Committees: Publicity 12, Homeroom Officer 10, 12, Y-Teens 12, Band 10, Spanish Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, 11, Red Cross 11, GRA 11, 12, Honor Society 12. THOMAS EDWARD NORMAN Tommy Entered '59, Committees: Public Relations 12, Dance 10, 11, 12, Mur- zazzg 12, Engineers Club 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Red Cross 10, Track 10, 113 Cross-Country 10, 11. BARRY ALLEN NORRIS Barry Entered '59, Central Industrial Education Center. RALPH MORGAN O'HAIR III Terry Entered '59, Student Council 10, 11, Committees: Athletics 101 Home- room Otlicer 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, French Club 11, Latin Club 10, Wrestling 10, 11, Football, Varsity 12, j.V. 11 , Tennis 10. SUSAN MORTON OLDHAM 51,5472 Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Publicity 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 12, GRA 10, 11, 12, FHA 12, FTA 12, Honor Society 12. - PAGE 87 - Gift Committee Co-Chairman Earl Taylor and member Connie Roper give Co-Chairman Suzanne Bost some class gift ideas. Sail G'Rourke plays championship te11nisgra11ks 2nd in state ARNETT STANTON OLIVER III Stan Entered '59g Engineers Club 12g Debate Club 103 Limelighters 103 Span- ish Club 11 g D.E. Club 12. COATES MARIE OLSEN Pikie Entered '61, SARA JANE OPPOLD Sally Entered '60g Murtazzg 123 Engineers Club 12g GRA 11, 12. PEGGY ANN ORMSBY Peggy Entered '59g Pen Pushers 12g Y-Teens 10g French Club 11g GRA 10, 11, 12. Oliver Olsen Oppold Outwater Overcash Page SALLY ANNE O'ROURKE Sally Entered '59g Student Council 10, 11g Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Dance 11, 125 Homeroom Officer 12g GAC 10, 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 12g Mustang Club 11, 123 French Club 11, 12g Latin Club 10g GRA 10, 11, 12. JOHN ALLEN OTTEN JR. Allen Entered '59g Homeroom Officer 12 g 'Spark 10, 11 g D.E. Club 12. LYN OUTWATER Lyn Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 12g Homeroom Ofhcer 12g Chorus 10g Limelighters 103 GRA 11, 12. Ormsby 0'Rourke Otten Payne Pearce Pentecost 1 y - fg,w,,.5zm S W 1 G! , 4, I a....' , 1, . , i 1 5 rg, 'V , , , Q lbs , ,Q ' , , ra is 1 3 ' lib' 1. f ' A , ' ,, VVAL ' . iszfi-A l 1 15 1 2 - PAGE 88 1 Social Committee Co-Chairman Nicky Nichalson shows a list of gradua- tion dance ideas to Linda Lookabill, Co-Chairman Donny Wood, Chuck Kanupke, and Hank Boyd. 'WALTER LEE OVERCASH III Waltef' Entered '593 Engineers Club 123 Basketball, Varsity Manager 12. GEORGE DANTZLER PAGE R. Dun I Entered ,593 Committees: School Spirit 12, Dance 123 Homeroom Officer 113 Monogram Club 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Track 10, 123 Cross-Country 10, 11. PATRICIA BROCKENBROUGH PAYNE Peuclaef Entered '593 Student Council Il, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Dance 123 Homeroom Officer 103 Y-Teens 113 FHA Pres. 123 Lime- lighters 10, Treas. ll, Red Cross 103 GRA 10, 11. JACQUELINE HELEN PEARCE jnrki Entered '6O3 Chorus 113 Red Cross 11, 12. JOHN CHARLES PENTECOST johnny Entered '593 Spanish Club 11, 123 Red Cross 103 Tennis 11, 12. JOHNNY MAYO PHILLIPS folomzy Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 12, Public Relations l2Q 'Spark 10, 113 Monogram Club l2Q Spanish Club 123 Wrestling 123 Basketball, J.V. 103 Tennis 11, 12. MARSHALL IVEY PICKENS JR. Ilflartball Entered '593 Committees: Citizenship 10, 11, 123 Key Club 123 Hi-Y 123 Mustang Club 11, Pres. 123 Latin Club 10, 11. POLLY ANN PICKETT Polly Entered '593 Committees: Public Relations 12: Dance 10, 11, 123 Home- room Oflicer 10, 11, T23 Mzzflmzg 123 Y-Teens 103 French Club 103 GRA 10, 11, 123 Millie Mustang 12. WILLIAM LOUIS PITTS Bill Entered '59Q Committees: Public Relations 12, AFS 11, 12: Honor Society 123 French Club 11, Treas. 123 Latin Club IO, Cross-Country 10, 11, 12. GARY AVRUM POLIAKOFF Gary Entered '603 Committees: Public Relations 123 Baseball 11, 12. JACK JOHNSTON POLLARD jack Entered '593 Spanish Club 11, 12. JAMES REID POTTER Reid Entered '593 Choir 10, 11, 123 Football, Varsity 123 J.V. 10, 113 Radio Club, V,P. 12. ANN BETH PRESSMAN A7172 Bello Entered '593 Chorus 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. LOTA ELIZABETH PRICE Lola Entered '593 Orchestra 103 FHA 10, ll, French Club 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12, MARY STEWART QUERN Mary Entered '593 Student Council 123 Committees: Dance 10, Citizenship 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Ofiicer 103 'Sfmrla 11, Editor 123 Honor Society 123 Jr. Marshal3 GAC 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 113 Limelighters 113 French Club IIQ Latin Club 10, Sec. 113 GRA 10, 11. SYLVIA JEANETTE RADFORD Sylvia Entered '593 Choir 103 D.E. Club 11, Sec. 12. MARTHA JANE RATCHFORD Mm-gba Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 10, 113 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 FTA 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 11, 123 Red Cross 11, Sec. 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. ' PAGE 89 ' Phillips Pickens Pickett Pitts Poliakoif Pollard Potter Pressman Price Quem Radford Ratchford NVQ. 4522 ,,. fwlwmng. '57 I .NW Deanna Eaker will travel With Lutheran Youth Mission to aid church youth groups JOYCE ANN RAY Joyce Ann Entered '59, Y-Teens 10, 113 FHA 11, French Club 10, GRA 11, 12. FRANK EDWARD REDIES Frankie Entered '59. OTTO JOHN REICI-I Otto Entered '61, Engineers Club 12, Debate Club 12, Limelighters 12, Spanish Club 11. RICHARD HICE REMBERT Ricky Entered '59, ELEANOR HUDSON RHODES Eleanor Entered '61, Committees: School Spirit 12, Dance 12, Homeroom Officer 12, 'Spark 12, FTA 12, Spanish Club 12, GRA 12. CHARLES GARDINER RICHARDS Chuck Entered '59, Latin Club 11, Baseball 11, 12. PETER BRUCE RICHARDSON Pele Entered '60 g Committees: Assembly 12 , Homeroom Officer 12, Key Club 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, Hi-Y 11, Pres. 12, Wrestling 11, Football, Varsity 11, 12, Honor Society 12. MONROE HOBSON RIDENHOUR Manly Entered '59, Student Council 12, Committees: Citizenship 12, Home- room Officer 10, 11, Mustang 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Jr. Marshal, Key Club 11, 12, Monogram Club 10, V.P. 11, Pres. 12, Band 10, 11, Orchestra 12, Latin Club 10, V.P. 11, Track 10, 11, 12, Cross-Country 10, 11, 12. CHARLES THOMAS ROACH Tom Entered '61, Choir 12. LAURA ANN ROBINSON Laura Entered '60, Y-Teens 12, Spanish Club 12, GRA 12. DOROTHY ELOISE ROCHESTER Dot Entered '59, MANUEL JAMES ROGERS JR. Jim Entered '59, Student Council 10, 12, Homeroom Officer 11, Monogram Club 10, 11, 12, Basketball, J.V. 10, Football, Varsity 10, 11, 12. PENNY BETTY ROGERS Penny Entered '59, Committees: Dance 12, Homeroom Officer 12, Y-Teens 12, FHA 12, Limelighters 123 Spanish Club 12, GRA 12. WALTON WORTH ROGERS lValzon Entered '59, Student Council 10, 12, Treas. 11, Committees: House and Grounds Chmn. 12, Class Officer 12, Key Club 11, V.P. 12, Hi-Y 10, 11, 12 g Mustang Club 10, 11, 12, Swimming 1O,11, Captain 12. CONSTANCE ELINOR ROPER Connie Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 11, Welcoming 12, Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, French Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 12. SHEILA DIANE ROTH Sheila Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, 12, Dance 12, Honor Society 12, Jr. Marshal, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Limelighters 10, 11, 121 French Club 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. Qiksn 'W Ray Redies Reich Rembert Rhodes Richards Richardson Ridenhour Roach Robinson Rochester M. Rogers NANCY LEE ROWE Nancy Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 11, Homeroom Ofiicer 12, Mur- zang 12, Y-Teens 12, FTA 11, 12, Spanish Club 12, Latin Club 10, GRA 10, 11, 12. MICHAEL ANTHONY RUSSELL Mike Entered '59, Chorus 10, Limelighters 10, Latin Club 10, 11, 12. SARA PARKER SAMS Sara Entered '59, 'Spark 11, FTA 12, Limelighters 10, 11, 12, French Club 10,11,12,GRA11,12. JAMES ALLEN SANDERS James Entered '59. JAMES WILLIAM SCHOUT JR. Jamie Entered '59, French Club 10, 11, Football, J.V. 11. NANCY LYNN SCHWARTZ Nancy Entered '59, Committees: Welcoming 11, Public Relations 12, Home- room Othcer 10, 12, Mnrlang 10, 11, Clubs Ed. 12, Honor Society 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, Mustang Club 12, French Club 11, Latin Club 10, 11, GRA 10,11,12. ROBERT ROLSTON SCHWORM Bobby Entered '59, Latin Club 10, 12. 0 PAGE'9O ' at est : f , 1 Ars 4' V , f A fe F ' , , 21, 4 F""" Yew an Ax' A " 2 3- 1 ' ii WN ' f - ' QW, ... f y, f ,, ,, 5, f y 1 ' ' ' M. ' Z6 " " e. fy i ik ,gf f X fs fm. V -I 'A -.-., , rs ' ' Y hw pu 1 af ff -- te,-2-mr 1 fllzrn eratl-' 1 : M I 1 Li 3 1 aw R ' 'Sf Z 1 1 1 ' fir . ' as W si M if , ss , 1 J fad, rd .4 af... ... f E, , 1 W 5' 5 1 1 5 A ff 2 Am' Q 1 if ' Q ffm yw, r Y V P. Rogers W. Rogers Roper Sams Sanders Schout Senn Sheppard Sherrill Shotwell Shull Sieburg OCTAVIA ZACHRY SEAWELL Trzvy Entered '593 Committees: Dance 12, Citizenship 11, 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 123 Honor Society 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 GRA 10, 11, 123 GAC 12. LAURENCE VAUGH SENN JR. Larry Entered '593 Latin Club 10, 113 Wrestling 10. ELIZABETH ANN SHEPPARD Biddy Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit 10, Publicity 123 Honor Society 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 113 French Club 113 Latin Club 103 Red Cross 10, 11, GRA 10, 11, 12. KAY SAVILLE SHERRILL Carey Entered '593 Committees: Dance 113 Homeroom Ofiicer 11, 123 GAC 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 123 Lettergirl 10, 11, 123 Mustang Club 113 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 GRA 10, 11, 12. CAREY DEANE SHORE Carey Entered '61 3 Honor Society 123 Red Cross 12. CHARLES MCCOY SHORT III Shorty Entered '593 Student Council l0Q Committees: Dance 10, Welcoxning 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 1131-Ii-Y 10, 11, 123 Baseball 12g Basketball, J.V. 103 Football, Varsity 11, 123 -I.V. 10. ,, 4 .,:- 4:1 iw, . Q 'wavy Roth Rowe Russell Schwartz Schworm Seawell Shore C. Short J. Short Sills Simms Simpson JOHN JOSEPH SHORT JR. IOIJIZIZJ' Entered '59L Committees: Dance 123 Band 10, 11, 123 Red Cross 103 Track 10, Football, Varsity 11, 123 J.V. 10. JUDITH ANNE SHOTWELL flldy Entered '59g Committees: Dance 10, 11, 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 123 Y-Teens 10, 12, Sec. 113 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 GRA 10, 11, 121 GAC 12. GRAEME HUNTER SHULL Graeme Entered '59, Band 10, 11, 12g French Club 113 Golf 11, 12. ROBERT HUBBARD SIEBURG Robbie Entered '59g Engineers Club 11, 123 French Club 10, 113 Football, J.V. 103 Tennis 11, 12. JAMES LYNN SILLS jimmy Entered '59L Commitees: Dance 10, House and Grounds 11, 123 Engi- neers Club 113 French Club 10, 11, 12. CARSON IRWIN SIMMS JR. Carroll Entered '59. CLARENCE XWILLIAMS SIMPSON JR. C.ll". Entered Y59Q Limelighters 10, 113 D.E. Club 11, 12, f PAGE 91 - Siskron Skidmore Skinner Slaughter Small D. Smith F. Smith J. Smith M. Smith N. Smith W. C. Smith W. S. Smith Banquet Committee Co-Chairmen Sally Snyder and Thom Blair call caterers to check prices for the senior class banquet. HERBERT EVANS SISKRON JR. Herbert Entered '59, Band 10, 11, 12, Orchestra 11, 12. JOHN ARTHUR SKIDMORE john Entered '59, Homeroom Ofhcer 10, 12. MARGARET CAROLYN SKINNER Marga1'el Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Dance 12, Homeroom Ofiicer 10, Honor Society 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, 11. BYRON ATKINS SLAUGHTER III Byron Entered '59, Student Council 10, 11, Homeroom Officer 11, 12, Class Officer 10, 11, Key Club 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, Hi-Y 10, 11, V.P. 12, Mustang Club 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, Co-Captain 12, Basket- ball, j.V. 10, Football, Varsity 11, 12, J.V. 10. PHILIP WINSLOW SMALL Phil Entered '59, Student Council 12, Committees: School Spirit 12, Dance 12, Homeroom Ofhcer 11, Murlang 11, 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Red Cross 10, Tennis 10, 11, 12. DENNIS EUGENE SMITH Denny Entered '59, Chorus 10, D.E. Club 11. FREDERICK GLENN SMITH JR. Fred Entered '61, JAMES HARRELL SMITH jim Entered '59, Committees: Dance 10, 12, School Spirit 10, 11, 12, Home- room Officer 10, Jr. Marshal, Engineers Club 11 , Spanish Club 10, 12, Honor Society 12. MIRIAM LEES SMITH Mimi Entered '59, Band 10, 11, 12, FTA 11, 12, French Club 11, Latin Club 10, GRA 11,12. NICHOLAS MURPHY SMITH Nirk Entered '61, FTA 12. . WARREN COLLIER SMITH lVa1'1'en Entered '59, Student Council 12, Committees: AFS 11, Chmn. 12, Citizenship 11, 12, Homeroom Ofhcer 11, Honor Society 11, 12, jr. Marshal, GAC 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, Latin Club 11, 12, GRA 10, 11. WYATT SI-IUEORD SMITH Shuford Entered '59, Student Council 12, Committees: School Spirit 12, AFS 12, Homeroom Ofhcer 10, 11 , jr. Marshal, Mustang Club 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Honor Society 12. DIANE SMITHER Diane Entered '61, Committees: Dance 12, GRA 12. DAVID BLAKELY SMYTHE JR. Dave Entered '59, Chorus 12, Choir 12, Latin Club 10, 11, 12. SARAH LAURA SNYDER Sully Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 11, 12, Homeroom Officer 12, Honor Society 11, 12, jr. Marshal, Y-Teens 11, 12, Debate Club 11, Sec. 12, Limelighters 10, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, 11, Red Cross11,V.P.12,GRA10,11,12. MADELINE SONNEBORN Madeline Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, 12, Dance 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 11, 12, Red Cross 10, 11, GRA 10, 11, 12. HARRY MATTHEWS SPOON JR. Harry Entered '59, Committees: Dance 12, Engineers Club 10, Track 10, 11, Cross-Country 10. - PAGE 92 0 Howard hadwick co-author of '62 senior class follies "Language of Love" ELEANOR ANNE SPRINGS Anne Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 12g Y-Teens 10g Spanish Club 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. FREDERICK EVANS SPROCK JR. Freddy Entered '59g Committees: Public Relations 11, Chmn. 123 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12 g Class Ofhcer 12 g Key Club 11, 12 g Hi-Y, Pres. 10, Sec. 11, 125 Mustang Club 10, 11, 12g Wrestling 10, 11. HERBERT WARREN STANFORD III Sinn Entered '59g Committees: Elections 123 Homeroom Officer 10g Engi- neers Club 10, 11, V.P. 12 g Debate Club 10g French Club 10, 11. Smither Smythe Snyder Sprock Stanford Starnes Diploma Committee Co-Chairman Bob Adams and Penny Rogers check spelling on a '62 diploma. BETTY JO STARNES Belly jo Entered '59g D.E. Club 12. DUNCAN DAVID ST. CLAIR JR. Dllllfdll Entered '59g Monogram Club 123 Football, Varsity 11, 12g J.V. 10. WILLIAM DEEDY ST. PAUL Biff Entered '61g French Club 12. HERSCHEL EVERETT STELLINGS Herky Entered '59g Committees: School Spirit 10, Public Relations 11, 125 Homeroom Ofiicei' 103 'Spark 10, 11, 12g Spanish Club 11, 12. Sonneborn Spoon Springs St. Clair St. Paul Stellings W1 'if ,oc vm - PAGE 93 ' Senior club leaders explain extra-curricular activities at anuar P.T. A. meeting BETTY MARGARET STEPHENS Belly Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11 : Homeroom Officer 11:Y-Teens 11: French Club 11 :GRA 10, 11, 12. ROGER EARL STEPHENS Roger Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 12: French Club 10, 11 : Golf 12. HUGH DANIEL STINSON Dan Entered '59: Band 10. SUE REA STOKES Size Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 11, 12, Dance 12: Homeroom Officer 10: Pen Pushers 11, 12: Y'Teens 10, 12, V.P. 11: Latin Club 10: GRA 11, 12. ELEANOR COLTON STOWE Eleanor Entered '59: Student Council 11, 12: Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, 12: Homeroom Officer 10: Class OHicer 10, 12: GAC ll, 12: Lettergirl 11, 12: Mustang Club 11, 12: J.V. Cheerleader 10: Latin Club 10. MARGARET ANNE STRICKHOUSER Margaref Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10: Y-Teens 11, 12: FHA 11: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10: GRA 10, 11,. 12. HUMBERT GIROUDE SULLIVAN Giroude Entered '593 Homeroom Officer 10. JOHN LEO SULLIVAN JR. Jack Entered '59: Student Council 10: Committees: Dance 11, 12, House and Grounds 10, 11: Homeroom Ollicer 11, 12: 'Spark 11, 12: Monogram Club 10, 11, 12: Mustang Club 10, 11, 12: Engineers Club 11: French Club 10, 11: Red Cross 11: Basketball, Varsity 10, 11, 12: Tennis 10, ll, 12. RONALD MARTIN SUTTON Romzie Entered '593 D.E. Club 11, 12. WILLIAM SWOFFORD Bill Entered '59. HELEN ANN TALLEY Ann Entered '59: Honor Society 1 1, 12 : Jr. Marshal: Pen Pushers 12: Y-Teens 10, 11: Band 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 11, 12: FHA 12: FTA 12: French Club 11, 12. ANDREW DUVALL TAYLOR Drew Entered '59: Homeroom Ofiicer IO, 11, 12: Monogram Club 10, 11, 12: Spanish Club 10, 11: Swimming 10, 11, Captain 12: Track 10. JAMES DAVID TAYLOR JR. David Entered '59g Committees: Public Relations 11, 12, Dance 12: Mafzarzg 12: Hi-Y 11, 12: Spanish Club 12. ROBERT EARL TAYLOR JR. Earl Entered '59: Committees: Citizenship 10, House and Grounds 11, 12: Homeroom Oliicer 10, 11, 12 : Key Club 11, 12 : Monogram Club 11, 12: Hi-Y 11, 12: Latin Club 10, 11: Wrestling 10, 11, Captain 12: Football, Varsity 11, 12: J.V. 10. WALTER MICHAEL TAYLOR JR. Mike Entered '59: Track 11. DURWARD VAL THOMASON .DllI'1l!!I1'd Entered '59: Football, Varsity 12 : J.V. 11. L 17' .f I . . N ...,. V, h ,K ' 'f'iY'V"' '.,. . i sl . ,Q A I 6- 4-9' gm. arg B. Stephens R. Stephens Stinson Stokes Stowe Strickhouser H. Sullivan J. Sullivan Sutton Swolford Talley A. Taylor RICHARD HARRY THOMES Rick Entered '59. FRANCES ANN THOMPSON A7777 Entered '59: Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 10: 'Spark 10: Y- Teens 10: French Club 11, 12: GRA 10. HENRY HAROLD THOMPSON U Hal Entered '59: Monogram Club 10, 11, 12: Chorus 12: Choir 12: Track 10: Cross-Country 10, 11. WILLIAM JOHNSON THRIFT JR. Bill Entered '59. NELLIE FAYE THROWER F479 Entered '59Q GRA 10, 11, 12. JAMES BRANDON THURMAN Jim Entered '593 Hi-Y 10, 11,12. SARA JO TODD Entered '59: Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: FHA 12: Spanish Club 12: GRA 10, 11, 12. Sara jo 0 PAGE 94 ' 414, 'Q 41-v nw Q J. Taylor R. Taylor W. Taylor H. Thompson Thrift Thrower Turner Tuygan Van Every Vining Volgelgesang Waldron MARTHA GRENFELL TREMBATI-I M411'lIe Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 11, 12, Chorus 12, French Club 11 , GRA 11. GEORGE ROBERT TURNER III Bob Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 11, Dance 12, Monogram Club 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, Swimming 10, 11, 12. ALI TINAZ TUYGAN Ali Entered '61, Student Council 12, Key Club 12, Mustang Club 12, Cumhuriyet Alani, Bulca Ap., Daire: 10, Konya, Turkey. DIANA HAMILTON VAN EVERY Bippy Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 10, Y-Teens 10, 11, Spanish Club 12, Latin Club 10, Red Cross 12, GRA 11, 12. MARY DIANNE VENABLE Dianne Entered '59, Debate Club 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 12, GRA 10, 11, Great Books 12. VIRGINIA ROSS VENNING Gina Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 11, Dance 12, Honor Society 11, Pres. 12, jr. Marshal, Y-Teens 10, 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, GRA 1O,11, Treas. 12, GAC 12. 'H 1-::: as-1 R' !.e1f 'Q' fu- fi -nga. N... ,emu 'N-Q. 'lu 'E . ,Q Q x K Vffes 'CT Thomason Thomes F. Thompson Thurman Todd Trembalh Venahle Venning Vick C. Ward H. Ward Waardell BINGHAM LAFAYETTE VICK JR. Ulflg Entered '59, Committees: Citizenship 12, Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12, Honor Society 12, jr. Marshal, Choir 10, Treas. 11, Pres. 12, Band 10, 11, Orchestra 12, French Club 11, Latin Club 10, Football, J.V. 10. CHARLES CLARENCE VINING Clmrler Entered '59, FELECIA VOGELGESANG Felecm Entered '60, Y-Teens 11 , Limelighters 12, GRA 11, 12. THOMAS WESTBROOK WALDRON Tommy Entered '59, French Club 10, Red Cross 10, 11, Tennis 12. GLORIA ORMAND WARD Gloria Entered '59, Committees: School Spirit 11, Y-Teens 11, GRA 10, 11. HARRY ALFRED WARD Harry Entered '60. ROBERT FERMAN WARDELL Fermun Entered '59, Homeroom Oflicer 12, Latin Club 10, 11, Engineers Club 12. 0 PAGE 95 1 In Memory Of BILLY RAY WRIGHT 1944-1962 ay Williams, delegate to Girls' Nation, holds position of Secretary of Commerce SHARON ARLENE WEISMAN Sherry Entered '59Q Student Council 103 Committees: Dance 10, Citizenshig 113 Homeroom OHicer lli Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 FTA 125 French Clu 10,11,V.P. 123 Latin Club 11, 123 GRA 10, 113 Honor Society 12. AUDREY LEE WEISS Audrey Entered '595 Committees: Publicity 12 3 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 French Club 10, 11, 123 FHA 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. JUDITH LYNNE WESLEY judy Entered '595 Student Council 123 Committees: School Spirit 10, Dance 11, 125 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 123'Spr1rk 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, llg Mustang Club 11, 123 French Club 10, 115 Red Cross 123 GRA 10, 11, 125 GAC 12. JAMES ROSS VUESTMORELAND Jimmy Entered '593 Spanish Club 11. BETTY LYNN WHISNANT Lynn Entered '593 Committees: Publicity 10, llg Honor Society 11, 123 Jr. Marshalg FTA 103 Debate Club V.P. 10, Pres. 11, 125 Limelighters 11, 123 French Club 125 Latin Club 10, 11, 125 Red Cross 11, 123 GRA 10, 113 Great Books 12. CECELIA HAMMOND XWHITE Cillfy Entered '591 GRA 103 D.E. Club 11, 12. MICHAELE MARY WHITE Mike Entered '593 Committees: Publicity 10, School Spirit 123 Y-Teens 10, 125 Chorus 103 French Club 115 Red Cross 103 GRA 10, 11. EARLE HOWARD WHITTON Earle Entered '59, ROBERT CLARK WHITTON Roberz Entered ,592 Student Council 10, 123 Committees: Citizenship Chmn. 123 Homeroom Oticer ll, Mzulazzg 11 5 Honor Society 123 Jr. Marshal5 Key Club 10, 11, Pres. 123 Hi-Y 10, 11, 123 Mustang Club 10, 11,125 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103 Cross-Country 10, 11. SALLY HOPPE WIGGINS Sully Entered '593 Student Council 125 Committees: Dance 10, 11, 125 Home- room Oflicer 10, 11, 125 Mustang Club 10, 11, 123 Cheerleader Head 125 J.V. 103 French Club ll, 125 Latin Club 103 GRA 10, 11312. JANICE GARNETTE XWILLARD janife Entered '593 Committees: School Spirit l2Q Y-Teens 11, 123 Chorus 105 Choir llg FTA 123 French Club 11, 125 Latin Club 103 GRA 11, 12. ,. fs 2. jb- .W F.-1' tl yn- I -A 1, 1 f Weisman Weiss Wesley Westmoreland Whisnant C. White M. White E. Whitton R. Whitton Wiggins Willard F. Williams FRANCES GAY WILLIAMS Gay Entered "59: Student Council V.P. 123 Committees: Citizenship 113 Homeroom Officer 105 Class Officer 113 Honor Society 11, 123 Chief Jr. Marshalg GAC 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 103 Mustang Club 10, 12, Sec. 113 Cheerleader 12, J.V. 103 French Club V.P. 115 Latin Club 10, 11, 123 GRA 10, 11, 12. MARGARET NELL WILLIAMS Marra Entered '593 Committees: Dance 11, 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 French Club 10, 11, 125 GRA 10, 11, 12. JOSEPH NEELY WILLIAMSON III foe Entered '593 Engineers Club 123 French Club 11, 125 Latin Club 10. DONOVAN JORDAN WILLIS JR. Don Entered '595 Homeroom Olhcer 10, 11, 125 Monogram Club 11, 121 Hi-Y 11, 123 Spanish Club 11 3 Red Cross 103 Football, Varsity 11, 125 J.V. 10. EUGENE FRANKLIN WILSON Frank Entered '593 Jr. Marshalg Engineers Club 125 French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 103 Honor Society 12. v PAGE 96 ' 4 if'- rm. M. Williams Williamson Willis Wolf M. G. Wood M. L. Wood R. Wright S. Wright W. Wright MAURICE HAMILTON WILSON JR. Buick Entered '59, Football, j.V. 10. NADINE BARBARA WINTON Nadine Entered '60, Committees: Dance 10, Welcoming 12, Y-Teens 10, 12, Limelighters 10, Treas. 12, Spanish Club 10, 12, GRA 10, 12, Great Books 12. NORMAN CHARLES WOLF Norm Entered '60, Committees: Dance 12, Welcoming 12. MARION GORDON WOOD Danzig Entered '59, Homeroom Ofiicer 10, 11, Key Club 12, Monogram Clu 10, 11, 12, Hi-Y 10, 11, 12, Football, Varsity 10, 11, 12. MICHAEL LEE WOOD Mike Entered '59. BARBARA JEAN WOOTEN Barbara Entered '59, Y-Teens 10, FHA 11, French Club 11, GRA 10, 11, 12. LINDA DELL WORCESTER Linda Entered '59, Student Council 10, Committees: School Spirit 10, 11, Dance 11, 12, 'Spark 11, 12, Y-Teens 10, 11, French Club 11, Spanish Club 10, 12, GRA 11. Bain ,fa x in live. 5 ,, ,ww 3 wi. f' ""'m E. Wilson M. Wilson Winton Wooten Worcester Wrenn Yandle Yarbrough Youngblood DIANNE MARTIN WRENN Dianne Entered '59. ROBERT BRUCE WRIGHT Robin Entered '59, Latin Club 10, Engineers Club 12, Wrestling 10, 12. STERLING WILSON WRIGHT JR. Steve Entered '59, Engineers Club 11, Latin Club 10. WILLIAM RAY WRIGHT Billy Entered '59, D.E. Club 11, 12. BRENDA PAULETTE YANDLE Brenda Entered '59, Y-Teens 11, 12, GRA 10, 11, 12. PATRICIA JANE YARBROUGH Put Entered '59, FHA 11, 12, French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10, GRA 10, 11, 12. THOMAS KELLEY YOUNGBLOOD T0772 Entered '59, ROY CONNELLY BAIN R031 Entered '59, Homeroom Ofiicer 10, Latin Club 10, Wrestling 10. 1 PAGE 97 ' Operating from a central control panel, assistant Hecky Stellings co-ordinates instructional tape for each student's unit. With two required subjects, juniors have varied programs Using a model, Ann Hall displays figure Graham Denton draws. The junior Curriculum Provided at number of advanced courses in most departments. Only two required courses, English and American history, left greater freedom of inquiry for the juniors. The junior English course stressed composition with a general review of grammar. American poetry and prose focused the students attention on our own literary background. Tracing Americals growth as a nation with special interest on the fundamentals of democracy, the Ameri- can history student learned to evaluate in better prospec- tive present problems. For those students who had previously taken SMSG geometry, an advanced course provided a solid geometry and trigonometry course supplemented with a brief study of analytical geometry. With emphasis on fundamental facts, theories, and symbolic language, chemistry permitted the inquisitive student to gain a better knowledge of the composition of substances and the transformations they undergo. In its third year, the language laboratory made it possible for students to gain proficiency in understand- ing and speaking a foreign language. li ls ' PAGE 98 v l"gix':g A Qlf' hx ., T' 5 N4 T -'95 lil: I Displays vivify history for Barbara Dowd and Dick Starnes. Beneath Roman symbol, Tom Spencer holds model of a warship. . Aw 1. 3 ,V . x , ,, ww ' 1 5, . 'if Y '-1. wx, Hi? .L i , X I 4 X wife? . g i f ,xx , 3 ,ff LD 'Q K3 'N 5 .,-,f.,'-1- " X d d S if ffljr j 1 I Rolfe K4-nnody takes zu vudiomvlcr rc-aiding in an 1-hm-xnistry lub. I 3315- l f 1 X, W ff fi ,J K K 'C PAGE 99 if! S, Qf Class officers: Sitting: Pres. Stuart Mcliaig, Sec. Tina Diamaduros. Standing: V.P. Norman Pease, Treas. Lane Anderson. Junior Marshals: First row: Chief Marshals Morrison, McKaig. Second row: Starnes, Elliot, Flynn, Blackwell, Todd, McCarity, Horne, Pease. Third row: Strawn, Anderson, Spratt, Finch, Honey, Jones, Stewart, Sense of confidence spurs juniors to successful year Confidence replaced hesitancy in the attitudes of juniors as they entered their second year at Myers Park. juniors knew what they were doing and soon settled into the school routine. The year passed easily and calmly for the most part. juniors had lost the naivete of their sopho- more year, but they were still not expected to show the maturity of seniors. However, the pressures of college procedures often seemed overwhelming. The frighten- ing battery of PSAT's, National Merits, and first college boards were rather nerveracking. But by studying con- sistently juniors were well-prepared for these tests and even made the discovery that knowledge meant more than a ticket to college. During the year juniors served Myers Park by supporting school activities and par- ticipating in clubs and sports. By the end of the year, Honor Society tapping, junior marshal selections, and student government elections revealed leaders ready to help their class meet the challenges which their senior year would bring. Cisne, Logan, Weldon. Fourth row: Bolen, Hunter, Rouzer, Shackel- ford, Frost, Jeffries, Crosboll, Miller, and Shoemaker. ' PAGE 100 ' i t Q .fi W sf? sz- -7 YT' J'-'N-se....4 Susan Stafford and Laura Allen admire Stella Alexander's new Myers Juniors elect versatile class president Stuart McKaig as the most outstand- Park charm. ing member of their class. Long-awaited class rings and charms arrive in February Simeon Arthur Abbey Jr. Louis Lee Abernethy If 1 Kenneth Barry Abrams 4 - ,F Clyde Miller Aiken " n Stella Watkins Alexander ,- , Larcus Bell Allen III .E Q ?4 'QQ fe tg' , ,,y, ,. . Laura Marshall Allen Mary Ann Allen e W7 W ef: fp? , y Samuel Eskel Allen sig Louis Hohnes Anders if Q" 1 John Raymond Anderson Jr. 'ffy A - M s, VHIZ NA J Lane Schofield Anderson III , fi A "'b ' ' ,,jf"i 5- iw - 'J 1 ,. -. fi ,1 Z , Q' "w' 4 , "vs ,.eyy or ,y,e at y, Robert Manley Argo f 3 3 Kathryn Lee Asbury Melinda Clarina Ashcraft W A B' Sandra Lynne Atwood 4 John Kendrick Avent James Franklin Ayers A n ' ,, ,Vii Q25 Barbara Jean Barach Stephen Lee Barden III Susan Elizabeth Barnett Patsy Rea Barnhill . Saundra Shawnee Bartel Theodore Dixon Beam Kathryn Lynette Beasley Elizabeth Ann Beattie Kathryn Brem Beatty Jeffrey Windsor Beaver Sally Lou Bennett Janalee Barbara Bentley ' PAGE 101' David Altion Berry William Thomas Berkeley III Harriet Anna Bigham Charlotte Guy Blackwell Sally Evaline Boger William Elzie Bolen Beverly Grace Booe Kenneth Westfield Boyd Priscilla French Boyd Robert Carr Boyd Sharon Diane Boyles Mary Lorraine Bozeman Jaxnes Edwin Brinkley Laura Frances Britt Henry Calvin Broadwell Jr. Virginia Sue Brokhoff Charles Marshall Broome Robert Kavin Broome Sharron Kay Broome Carol Ann Brown Kenneth Milton Brown Tony Monroe Brown JoAnne Scott Buice Richard Kantor Burg Samuel Lewis Burley Joyce Lynn Bynum Mary Ashley Byrd Beverly Ann Caldwell Larry Lavoid Campbell Mary Josie Campen Lois Gertrude Carey John Randolph Carpenter Martha Fielding Carter Carolyn Ann Cates Richard Lewis Candle Jane Sanford Caulkins John Pape Cayce Brenda Kay Chalabie Phillip Campbell Chapman William Arthur Christenbury Jr Anne Lynn Christensen Charles Neal Cisne Jr. Samuel Little Clayton Daniel Andre Cleyrat William Thomas Clinard II LeRoy Edward Cloud Janet Olivia Cochrane Nancy Jean Coleman Richard Burg unior playwright for '62 senior class follies wo-my 'Nw lg Nw.. 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Z r , M ' "' Af '- , ,Dpe.,' ,u . -. fifw ' s Lawrence Michael Connelly Virginia Dianne Conrad Diana Day Cook john Faulkner Cornelius Thomas Parker Cornell Robert Smith Corry Meredith Craig John Carroll Craver Roger Sharp Crawford James Henry Cromartie Nancye Russ Crosby William Randolph Crothers Norman Denis Crowther Gayle Elizabeth Cummings Daniel Ray Cutts Sharon Louise Dale Richard Randolph Dancy Walter Eugene Daniel Jr. Marsha Lee Davenport Camilla Middleton Davis James Edmund Davis James Edward Davis Nancy Elizabeth Dawson Robert Clarke Dean Michael Anthony Dente Jr. Graham Williams 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 Tahellia Eargle Jane Ann Ed Caroline McHardy Elliot George James Elliott Marian Janet Ellis Joseph Edgar Elrod III Sarah Ruth Ervin Carolyn Jenkins Farnan John Raymond Faulk Bertram Carlos Finch Ill Clarissa Landis Finley John Roddey Finley James Bryan Fitzgerald III Fletcher Smith Flynn II Toni Honey elected Vice-president of state future teachers 0 PAGE 103' Conferences with college delegates profit juniors On November 15 juniors were allowed to attend College Night. ln the past only seniors have attended the event. But because several decisions about college must often be made before the senior year, juniors were given the opportunity to confer with college representatives early. Approximately sixty colleges sent delegates. Although most of the colleges represented were North Carolina schools, some out-of-state colleges, such as Agnes Scott and Randolph Macon, also sent delegates. The repre- sentatives spoke about admissions requirements, aca- demic work, and extra-curricular activities. College Night was a valuable experience for many juniors because it enabled them to get first-hand in- formation about college admissions and college life. 4 mga Z . QW me-If If I, Attentive juniors get helpful information about Duke from the rep resentative during College Night. Alice Theresa Marie Foley Edward Robert Foster Sharon Sue Franklin Judith Louise Frerking Roberta Young Frost Gaye Annette Caddy v W fc i j My Q" a lv 9 . an -.. 4 "' 76' .f ,Zz 1 4-' ' .1 .. i fa Robert Lee Garner Margaret Ann Gentry Ruby Lee Gibson .,,,,, Ronald Nelson Gleason Robert Thomas Glenn Donald Wayne Godfrey Margaret Ann Graham Daniel Frederick Greene James A. Gribble III William Benjamin Grifenhagen Don A. Grigg Martha Jean Grosboll William Francis Haake II Ann Dunlap Hall Joseph Hutchinson Ham IV Elizabeth Hawkins Hambley "--W Arthur Ray Hamrick Ruby Virginia Hancock Charles Robinson Hanes II William Calhoun Hanks Jr. John Wesley Hardin Sandra Gwendolyn Harding Joseph Jackson Harkey Howard Pinckney Harris ' PAGE 104 - ane Morrison iirst junior to reign as Carrousel Princess -he Joseph Millard Harris Robert Charles Hastings Anne Elizabeth Hawn ' Robert Hoyt Hayes Carolyn Jane Heacock Benjamin Dawson Heath IV fm., Kenneth Wayne Helms John Albert Hemphill Nancy Dickson Henderson Andrew Avery Hensley Connellia Adalaide Hicks David William Thomas Hirsch 'm.,N..,. Kathryn Celeste Hobbs Stephen Blake Hodges John David Hoffman John Montgomery Hogewood Linda Carol Holder Lanny George Hollingsworth Lee Holman William Haley Holmes Toni Elizabeth Honey Nancy Lou Honeycutt Joan Paulette Hood Betty Shannon Hoover Jacqueline Rochelle Hopkins Helen Corinne Home James Gaston Hough Jr. Jeanne Thomson Hough Judith Marlin Hough Mary Patricia Howie Byron Malcolm Hudson Robert Charles Hunt Jr. David Marshall Hunter Cale Elizabeth Hunter Irma Elaine Hunter Linda Elizabeth Jackson Margaret Louise James Frances Marie Jannette Jane Ann Jarrell William Thomas Jeffries R Elizabeth Ann Jewell WM- ' Mary Carolyn Johnson Edward David Johnston Jr. Rebekah Leanora Johnston Joyce Ann Johnstone Harry Lee Jones John Michael Jones Sara Frances Jones v PAGE 105 f Patricia Rosan Joyce Barbara Jean Kapp Carolyn Dera Keith Deborah Jo Kelleher Rolfe Mason Kennedy Jr. John Marcus Kester Ill Terry Jane Kimbirl Alice Ann Kimel Carol Forrest King Linda Frances King Devonne Frances Kinney Kathleen Morris Kirkwood David Mosteller Kiser Gerald Dean Kiser Martha Carolyn Kling Faison Shaw Kuester Kate Adele Kuester Claudine Donna Lake John Hartwell Lane Peggy Jean Lanning Dorothy Ella Lawing Shelley Jean Laws Dianne Mary LeCarpentier Kenneth Pressley Lineberge Henry Arthur Linker Jr. Anne Birch Lipford Judith Elizabeth Lloyd Pamela Waters Logan Judith Huggins Love James Wilbur Lovings Jr. Benjamin Simons Lucas Jr. Mary Helen Maflitt Linda Laslie Mallonee Nancy Jane Manning Paul Blaine Marion Jr. Ellen Creear Martin Hugh Wilson Martin Jr. Bette Gayle Masters George Lee Mathews Alice Susan Matthews Jeanette Elaine Mattox Dwight Ralph Mays Elizabeth Theresa McArver William Banks McClintock lll Donna Kay McCorkle Susan Dell McCorkle Luther Morris McEwen unior class officers Working with four committees organize 1'1- fin 'VY NN'- Us 13' Gene Woodall McGarity Jr. David Jackson McGinty Barbara jean McGowan John 0'Brien McGuire Richard Irving McHenry Dianne Louise Mclntire Albert Stuart McKaig III ,lane Green McNeary Charlotte Anne McNeill John Coble McNeill Jr. Jerome Rutledge McNinch Thomas Albert McRae Bonnie Lynn Meyer Catherine Frances Miller ,lean 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 Patricia Morgan Morisey Laura Susan Morrison Marjorie Jane Morrison James Clyde Moseley Susan Lynda Moseley Earleen Mulwee Michael Terry Murphy Judith Ann Murray Charles Emion Myers Mary Willard Myers Mary Elizabeth Nelson James Richard Nicholson Henry Van Nordman Dorothy Kay Orr Charlotte Louise Otts Judith Lynne Parker Alice Leonard Paterson Jane Hunt Patterson Thomas Charles Pearson James Norman Pease III Sara Frances Pennigar Nancy Ellen Perry Suzanne Pharr Harold Lee Phillips Jr. Lloyd Stafford Pierce jr. unior-Senior dance in Ma around theme of Old Venice f PAGE 'IO7 Ken Avent is trombonist in Charlotte Symphon rchestra 'x 'Y-9 I .x " .-N ,rag-.A sy AIN -,,,,,,. f A , - ? 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'7 W "" as f if .-4 Q A if y . ,, V in , fa f Wim, , T "ar am Y 462 PAGE 108 ' Margaret Louelynn Poole Thomas William Porter Jr. William David Purnell James Ray Queen J an Rhenette Query James Allen Raines Michael Ray Rankin Fred Lee Ratchford Jr. Charles Patterson Raye Caryl Janice Rehm Margaret Susan Rembert Joseph Alan Renfroe Linda Kay Rhyne Lyttleton Cockrell Rich Barbara Ann Richardson Ceceila Crossett Richardson James Edward Rinesh Virginia Muzette Roane Elizabeth Ann Robey Jan Williams Robinson Diana Jane Rogers Freda Zoe Rothell Janet Ellsworth Rouzer Joyce Mclntyre Rudisill Donald Edward Sanford Joseph Rogers Santen John Larry Sauder Bernadette Frances Scott Peter Louis Scott Martha Ann Seawright James Hubert Shackelford Elizabeth Lane Shanks Linda Ruth Shanks Betty Jean Shaw Susan Jane Shaw Charles Dorman Shirey Raleigh Alexander Shoemaker II George Laycock Short Gail Marie Sieger Michael Flynn Simon Beverly Eugenia Sims Barry Edward Sklar Frances Christine Small Daniel Townsend Smith IV Linda Louise Smith Michael Haviland Smith Rebekah Sue Smith Robert Sidney Smith Finalists, Caroline Elliot, Sally Pennigar, Nancy Manning, and Richard McHenry, discuss countries they may visit. Sara Elizabeth Smith Janet Sanders Smoak Betty Eileen Sneed Ira Francis Snyder Jr. Janet May Solada Nathaniel Gibson Speir Jr. AFS finalists have chance of spending summer abroad Early in October interested juniors attended a meeting held by Myers Parks American Field Service advisors, Miss Phifer and Miss Singleton. At the meeting juniors received applications and were told the purpose of the AFS - to increase understanding of the United States abroad by sending teenagers to live with a foreign family. Four finalists were selected from Myers Park. Some possible homes for these finalists are South and Central America, Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. In these places AFS students, who have returned home after living for a year in the United States, search for and interview families interested in offering their hospitality to an American teenager. Myers Parks four finalists realize the value of the AFS program, and should they become exchange students, hope to fulfill its purpose. , .,-, S9257 i i .yi " f as 'fx Charles Lewis Spencer III Thomas Salford 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 James Raymond Staton Jr Janet Lee Stayer Janet Lee Stegall Richard Wearn Stenhouse Robert Clifton Stephens Jr. Michael Warren Stevenson Jill Glover Stewart William Benton Stewart III William Myers St. George II Thomas Wilder Stinson Ill Theresa Ann Stokes Joe Douglas Stoneham Betsy Ann Strawn Daniel Clark Strickhouser :wi fs, " ' - t . M it-N 'ie 'CTW' 7' ' PAGE 109 0 .lacquelyn Blair Stroupe Diana Ruth Sullivan Sherry Lynn Surratt Susan Forrest Sutton Tamara ,lean Tasker Rosie Colfo Tatsis Sarah Joyce Taylor James Ira Teat Jr. Mary Elizabeth Thomas William Richard Thomas Cheryl Diane Thompson Virginia Hurley Thornhill David Clover Tinsley Jr. Maureen Sharon Titlow Cornelia ,lane Todd Anne Wilson Townsley Diane Holly Triplett Frances Melanie Tull Frederick Cray Turner III Thomas Richard Turner Patricia Dee Twitty Charles Allison Van Wagner Patricia Gail Veasey Stuart Selden Verch Sandra Jean Vichesky Larry Edwin Vincent Elizabeth Morrow Walker William Harrison Walker ,lr Henry James Wallace Marvin Howard Wallace Jonathan Paul Wallas Carla Lynn Walton Deloris Anne Ward Elizabeth Lucille Ward Elizabeth Lawrence Way Wilson Osbourne Weldon J Bobbie Evelyn Wells Stephanie Caroll Welsh Lyman Coe Welton Kay Earline Whisnant Lucie Lea White Michael Arlando White Andrea Stewart Whitfield Anita Sue Whitley Weeta Jane Wickham John Duncan Williams III Fred Lewis Willis III Gerald Parker Willis 362 juniors take Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude tests ' 'J X ,M ef , 124 4 X I f 4.2 y 4, I , 5, i 3 iii F ,. 6' r in .w,. Dianne Wilson Lynne Conover Wilson Stephen Henry Wilson Charles Costa Wiriden jr. Stanley Lee W'isdom Jr. Pamela Price Wise Ronald Joe Withrow Carmen Dial Woods Diane Elizabeth Woodside David Cheshire Wyche Dixie Lynn Wynn Robert Ted Yarbrough 1' Corinne Mary Young Roy Wilson House s. Thomas Pickney Lauppe -2, ' ' 'D 1?Y':hz1':' , .. - S. .V X Q" r " f Miss Gunter meets with juniors in the library to discuss college boards, choice of colleges, and entrance requirements. October in Preparation for college board examinations ' PAGE H1 ' While Ceorge Edwards holds a figure representing a basic formula, Julia Reed explains the analytical formula on the hoard. Requisites permit few electives for sophomore schedule As Moreen Rogan views slide, Stephen Horney draws lab sheet. 'Wai o i it More standardized than the others, the Sophomore curriculum consisted mainly of required courses. Three main subject areas offered the student an opportunity to explore the language arts, science and math, and physical education. Covering English fundamentals thoroughly, the soph- omore English classes analyzed selected literary works to learn critical thinking and evaluation. Dealing with such large ideas as the ancient ideals of citizenship, world history was organized in interpretative units. Many sophomores entered the second or third year course in the study of a foreign language. Emphasizing structure, function, and adaptation, the general biology course probed the plant and animal kingdoms. The increase in the number of advanced math students brought about an expansion in the SMSG geometry program while regular plane geometry offered the more traditional study of rectilinear and other plane figures. Physical education enabled students to participate in a variety of sports not only to learn fundamental skills, but also to learn to exercise correctly. Driver Education taught knowledge concerning the car, the rules of the road, and the proper operation of the vehicle. -PAGE 112- :.T1F! . . i , 7,,J5,T,5,-, 535g V p, 'Mx :fx A , a .-- . CLS-.qg1,,-,r W an-.fx r--ff izsn l 1 -, . ,QA 1 f x 2 , V V, wwf , N i ' V"' 'X ' 1315 me 1386 l 1 1388 V- . Ill!-19 1513 - 1 9 I TT Extensive world history parallel required of Nancy Lineberger. Elise McClung prepares to lake the wheel from Karen Dunlap. V , 1 X VW W..- Wx' ,-- .--,.,. ..rf-X Q,-,Q x ,rrT.: I N G 464: QRS 4 ER X Q : 0 PAGE 113 jimmy lists-s, Monroe Gilmour, l.uwrc-nn' Naurnoff via- for ball Class officers: Sitting: V.P. Nancy Lineberger, Sec. Martha Dulin. Standing: Pres. Joe Chaplin, Treas. Johnny Bristow. I' ' A 5 'V af 5 1 6 Q ,.., I:'?' ' V ' i . S ,Z F- .. A X .5 SZ ,f , 4,4 w x J ,YV I f 45 , v 1 1. fy S-W F ., K 5 , j. j .. - vu-aa, w ks2aA,,G 4 ,N V A '- ' L" , H' ,N V' if ,, A K 2 Qi If I :- Sophomores adjust to chan e from junior to senior high Adjustment to a new school seemed to be a major task facing the incoming sophomores. One area which re- quired adaptation was academics. They found more difficult courses which demanded more hours of home- work and they experienced for the first time the two-hour exam. The bewildering number of available outside activities made it easy for sophomores to get involved in so many projects that real accomplishment in any was impossible. Disconcerting was the vast num- ber of unfamiliar faces since sophomores enter from three junior highs. In order to give them more time to become acquainted with the other members of their class, elections were postponed until second semester. Soon, however, they were absorbed into the different facets of high school life and took pride in the fact that they were now an integral part of a diversified school program. An increase in assurance was evident during the year, and by May sophomores were anticipating their junior year with confidence. Karen Jean Abernethy Mary Elizabeth Abernethy Joel Richard 'Abney Ill Nancy King Adams Judith Eloise Alexander Robert Flow Alexander Sara Dogget Alexander Thomas Mebane Allen Michael Irving Ambrose Beth Scott Amos Larry W. Anderson Winston Kinzel Anderson Stephen Miles Annas Jerry Ray Anthony Ellen Melissa Austin Larry Lee Austin Marie Gail Austin Sarah Dehauen Bain Helen Ray Baker Linda Lassiter Baker William Warren Bane Margaret Ann Barnes Janice Whitney Battey Alice Lloyd Bennett Henry Bell Benoit Ill Carole Jeane Benton Coburn Alexander Berkeley Richard Douglas Berkland Joseph Alexander Berry Marianna Betts -PAGE 114- Sophomores enthusiastic about campus life at Myers Park William Manning Bigham Beatrice Mary Bires Albert Reid Black Kathryn Elizabeth Blackwood William Sydnor Blair Betty Blakeney Ronald Brown Bobo Mary Anne Borough Polly Anne Boyd Dorsey Carroll Brewer Salen Dewitt Brewer Donald Ray Bridges John Nathaniel Bristow Jr. Alice Glenn Brown Beverly North Brown Edward Lloyd Brown James Asbury Brown Sandra Lavon Brown Barbara Anne Brownridge Clement Dale Brownscombe Jr. William Franklin Buckaloo Jr. Luther Dawn Burdette III Michael Dow Burkhead Ellen Darsey Burnside Bay Osborn Byram Nancy Carolyn Byrnes Herbert Wayne Caldwell Mack Denson Caldwell III Ken Ray Cameron Flake Carlton Campbell Patricia Anne Campbell Douglas Lee Carlson James Harrison Carter Anne Elizabeth Cates Jane Hoagland Cathey Walter Howard Cathey Jr. Harry Thomas Cavalaris William Williamson Chalmers Edward Lacey Chambers Jr. Sally Chambers Joseph Maybank Chaplin Jr. Saxby Mather Chaplin Carolyn Gifford Charnley James Hopkins Childress John McCutcheon Clapp Lucy Tuttle Clark Sue Ellen Clinard Caldwell Cline Jerry Moize Coe David Bruce Collins Christine Connor William Hamilton Convey Wilbur Allan Cook Jr. Lillian Carol Corbett AL ... s. 6 if , PAGE 115 1 vt a u caace r Q, it , 3 9 1 47 1 . r JV 4.. w -, QL-A, ., I ' 1 ff' kg? C W. ,Q ,,, 1 Nm We , ie . Q. 4'Y'Vi , ' jr. 5 Charles Maturon Couric Jr. Francis Dean Craver Warren David Crawford Kenneth Roscoe Cribb Norma Elaine Cross Rebecca Estese Crosson Emily Henrietta Crouse Margery Lynn Crowell Sandra Carol Dabbs Max Lambeth Daniel Anne Sherrill Davidson John Jacob Davis Judith Joanne Davis Thurston Eugene Davis John Edward Dawson lll Robert Olen Deal Sarah Myra DeArmond Kathie Lanora Deaton Mary Demas Joseph Buckner Denmark David Louis DeRamus Eager Richard Dimmette Jr. Elizabeth Mary Dobinson Gerald Wayne Dodson Sandra Kay Dodson Harold Clyde Doster Ron Steven Dougherty Randy Francis Drake Brenda Lee Duckworth David Adams Duckworth Lucy Bryn Dulin Martha Whalin Dulin Douglas Wadsworth Duncan Shaylor Henry Duncan Karen Jean Dunlap James Robert Dunn lll Kennedy Bryan Dwight Kenneth Lewis Dye Janice Knoxine East Tommy Jean Eaton Susan Lee Ed George Ambrose Edwards Betty Stuart Efird John Emory Efird William Dana Elder Jr. L. Holmes Eleazer Tully Gray Ellis lll Karen Gail Elrod Marjorie Allison Embrey James Tyler Estes Sara Jane Fallis James Morton Farris Margaret Amilie Federal Susan Falls Finch ,-, OW' f -V ' "' F26 t . 1 hifi' , ., YV' A K R, A 3. .,.., 1 :-? '- q . , 4 'fpfu 'Ek , "1-'7 rf s .. j if u 17' ' 1. 4- 'C ,4 . f 'eff I if 6 5. f, ug-9. mag, ffwiff '- 'V 7 H is f 4 ' x , Sophomores "get the spirit" as athletic season progresses PAGE 116 Q1 'WV' ' ' vs. H if to li lg ,A,. '41 ,, ' ,VM 'VQQY ,- f 3 'fri E! 'N' Nt X., 'rs if X' Ni? V Ii Xi :k 4, 'H K :Z wg El Q ta , "Q-1 1.'f'rtff , - fp ggi? 53,gt! .A,,,.,. ,,, gn ,253 VV 'Et 'Hs ,lvv R if X it X' 'hir 'G We-1. L. V A 2 ..... Y If ' W A he "2 M F we - r V N , I 11. it-+3 , N 5 I Margie Elaine Floyd Edna Grace Folsom Meredith Margaret Ford Henry Mt-Cord Fraser Ellen Amelia Frazier Frances Raye Freeman Marilyn Francine Freeman Willie Michael Freeman Eleanor Reid Fullerton Cynthia Louise Fultz Thomas Eugene Gardner Robert Lyle Garnett Perry Craig Gaskell Jr. Cathrine LaVonne George Frederick George Germulh Ill Odell Wayne Ghent Donna Lynn Gilmour Monroe Taylor Gilmour Joan Kathleen Gilreath Tonda Rie Glenham Herbert Lee Goins Charles Frank Gordon David Alan Graham jane Hinson Graham Norman Brake Graham Jr. Mitchell Teague Grant Nancy Jane Gravatt Nancy Butler Graves Ronald Clingman Green Mary Webb Greene Anne Frances Gribble Cottrell Sherrill Griffin Randolph James Griffin Judy Gardner Guillet Frank Richard Gulledge Robert Macdonald Gupton Wykie Ann Gwinn Earl French Hadden Virginia Landon Hall Mary Rebecca Hamilton Croft Miller Hamrick James Leroy Hancock Carol Ann Hanks David Clark Hanner Richard Micheal Hannon Sheela Mary Harden Carolyn Marie Hardin Kenneth Winston Harrison Carol Joan Hart John Franklin Hart Peggy Anne Hawes Thomas joseph Hawthorne Jr John Lynwood Hearne III any sophomores eagerly anticipate getting driVer's license -PAGE117- Sophomores have new experience: two-hour exam schedule ,f , , . V A Edward Victor Hemmle ' ,j Thomas David Henderson V J, , 4 V . V A , G., f ' W K f ' 'Na " Donna Call Herron KL, L MM - mlm ' W Z Douglas Linden Hill 1 vi ff Q., F - T ,T ' F f . , ' "'i Charles Anderson Hines III " " iliffll g I .. A ' James Cllbef' Hobbs Q i f 1 -2 .x l- - ,, N , W ' - 1- ,W ig m , ' N I , S ' Walter Newman Hobbs Jr. , 1 V ' George Rowe Hodges 2 - 4 ,, A+ ' ,-ll ,N - . 3 , , Q 'K g ' 41" M -' 0' df .N W V William Howard Hodges l- I - E f J- - Q James Micheal Holden fl- ' ff A " w 1 "W" Audrey Ellen Holder ' M ,. , - , f isle G+ I 2' f Betty Lfmg Holder 1 f X' 'A . Q 1 1 1 '- ZA, ffwg 1 f and it ' Susan Daphne Holdredge W X gg W Q, ',- i 5 K Patricia Parker Hooper ' i""' 'r , Q i" -V d w' Q' X ,.f .g . WL Thomas Borland Horack ,, - ' f if 'eh , 1- ,,,, f' , ' M W 1 X 1 WZ , , fly H I -f Beverly Diane Hord J x , X V ,xffffr-1172. gg , ' Stephen Henry Horney - W df' af' 1 " -V .-f,fs--'Ah 4 f- '. ' 1 A f" X I ' W Edward Randolph Horton f if I Q . ' ' bally Cecellla Hough '- " 1 nh. ,, , ' ' Stephen Mills Howe ,K ,. ,, I -fo' .Q f mm ,W ,- . . A '- is -"f -Y, f W fx 2 4 .. Ann Rivers Howie -V i fwfe .3 V - . V- 4 john Richard Howie f ,sk ' f , I ' Zh' , Donald Barry Hunt ' ' ' , .3 " "" " p ff ' A wif Dorothy Sidney Hutchison 4 , .,, gm .-zw.,.,w,,.:.xf, .. ,z , . .wg z.. 1 Q, .s ,-., f X, as Q G ' 'R , up M karl Fredrick lnderfurth ' l g I 5 K " . john Robinson Irwin 'W .Q ggi, W " ' ' wk-.F ,rv Q? 3 Q1 George Pressleyejenkins III yr - . " ,, 'Y f PT , , ' . ' ' j' Z x , W Marilyn Ann Johnson M F ' ' We Phyllis Ann Johnson , ' , 1 25'-4 3:2 f M" - . , 'N X - , Alice Rose Jonas , J ' ' sa we x ' A A ,Wa l A , , , 6- f 7, V ' .Q ', f ' L f A ,,.-. 52 1 1 09 Us f' W? Q bl K-K a c y r I Nancy Linelxerger, J.V. cheerleader and class vice-president, is voted the most outstzmtling sophomore. Betty Ann jones Frances Hovis Jones Robert Joseph Jones Thomas Henry Joye II wr Q Marion Norman Kale if? U S' Laura Adele Kanupke lv, 'KM x 91 Sophomore Rodger Stroup looks industrious as he works on his first two-hour English exam. -PAGE 118' Advanced sophomores take National Merit Exam in March Matthew James Karres Carl Barnard Keith Patricia Storm Kennedy Helen Kerhulas Robin James Kidd Clayton Gates Kimball Judith Elizabeth King Georgia Lynn Knight Marcos Cus Kontos Susan Cheryl Land Cassandra Leigh Lane Margaret Gay Lane Mary Lou Lawing Christina Allyn Lee Joe Randal Lee Janet Eileen Lewis Luray Marie Lindgren Nancy Graham Lineberger Stephen William Linger Raymond Otho Linker Jr. Suzanne Linker Margaret Eloise Litaker Judy Pruette Livingstone Elizabeth Stratton Lobdell John Thomas Loesch Christina Lavina Long Ramona Gaye Long Robert Clayton Lonon Beverly Hull Love John Nixon Love Lynda Byrd Lovell Frances Elizabeth Lowder Sidney Lowe Maria Martin Lucas Thomas Edwin Lucas Jr. Sandra Jean Lymberis John Stanley Lyon Dorria Anne MacLean Elfrieda Anne Madden Robert James Malarz Martha Ann Mallard John Calvin Manship Jr. Verna Louise Martin Connie Jeanne Mascho Rodney Barton Mauldin William Charles Mauney Janice Brian Maxwell Robert Edgar McArver Mary Ann McCall Elise Langford McClung Madeline Delores McGinnis Bette Lynn Mclntyre Carolyn Ann McKericher James Frederick McLaughlin . 1 X -1 n. "2" 1' Ss. 9 af at 'B A "E . ,W I 'ik .,, 1 Q- A T7 'ai W -6 gg. 4, fm? , I J fi , ef' af' X t X '- as , AV ...::. Y! , V ,,, p, V- 331 K . os '- l . I ,ff ,M 5' " Lf a .f Q, -0- .. 5 , "L..iW"'nggE -if S v ff: .N 'J X f ' ,. I C ..,. ,L Y, 'f ,. 1' ' K X. 1 1 'f,f ' u - X. fer' 5 V2 ' ' 4 W . ' 'fa' 54' 'IX V ., ,f""'-s 1 ,J V- V -. 1 .W F mf -M w ,Q ,. A ' at , , Q " ""' i , Q -, ' - - . " ' - ' .Q ' 1: jx .,.., v::,5.,4,,f, V, A , VV v..:,fi ..,. E L V X, - 55. - MH in 1 f er! 5 -v 1: J '3' v E. f 971,34 airy L 4? ,, -I 'SWE I : 1 xg! 4 Q 4 .. f , fe w' X' Nwa E f 'vw W km N - id. S A 5 'E 4 4 if ' 441 -1 5 GL. 'P' 'TMJ 'ea . ia. , , -PAGE119' Vivacious r. Varsity Martha Lorie McNeal Sally Lane Meacham Dorcas Loretta Merchant Margaret Lynn Merritt Lloyd Cardin Miller Margaret Gayle Milton 'Ain ' W Wiz' "ff, 4 " I 4 1 - M ff cheerleaders elect Sally Hough head fa nr , gf 2 'TR ,- W fa Q., s i V5 8.54 Nw slay gag ' yi Q , 'jf 0 A uhm qi wx 2 Ns' Q fa , g ei fm M X -.. N sq N MWQIKW1 ff, Hi William Dudley Milton Jr. Anne Sloan Moody ,lane Dugald Moody Joseph Franklin Moody III Thomas Tate Mooney Caroline Muirhead Moore Charles Ross Moore Claude James Morris ,l'r. Donald George Morrison Glenda Faye Morrison Georgia Carol Morton Lisa Gerrit Muilenburg Dorothy Margaret Mullen Marion Hayward Munn Walter Phillip Murray Alice Frances Myers Martha Elizabeth Myers Lawrence Jay Naumoif Davis Whitman Nelson John Thomas Nelson James Robert Noble jr. Russell Edward Noland Irving Lynn Nordman William Craig Norman Joan Elizabeth Norton Susan Phillips Norton Julian F. O"Connor Vicky Lynn Overcash Margaret Ann Palmer Jeanne Pappas Nicholas Theotokis Pappas Lloyd Bert Patterson Susan Wells Patterson Marilyn Jeannette Pearce George Fredrick Pearson Robert Lewis Phillips III Ann Pickard Patricia Anne Pickup Cynthia Ann Pillsbury Neil Ben Poliakoff Toy Spotswood Poole Margaret Norfleet Poston Logan Vincent Pratt Jr. Muriel Rowena Pratt Carol Ann Presley Sally Hunter Price Frances Lee Purvis Larry Joe Raborn , ax, . . . P R Iv g .R x ,'--- ,. " -' X ' .-'. . . :K , if I 4 Y 5 1 ' QU. F Q A if A .v ,, 4 I 4,4 I HQ I -RQ 41 3 V al Q A M at .a,-J.9f',' af fi- ,1 . f :fi Q H X , r 'PT' WH N t vigil" ,N fnxfxf, R-Y iv V Q F -vv'. I - PAGE 120' la Kimball, only sophomore on the varsity football team a.. My 0 PAGE 121' Cary Wingfield Raditz Thomas Sanford Reece Julia Ann Reed Joe Lawrence Revels John Dickens Richards Sara Margaret Richards James Brinson Richardson James Micheal Richey John Calvin Robbins Joy Lynette Roberts Roland Joseph Robinson Moreen Frances Rogan Elizabeth Ann Roseberry Edith Ashley Rosenblatt Nancy Louise Ruff Samuel Sharp Ryburn Jr. Mary Ann Sanders Ralph Benjamin Sandiford Richard Earl Sawyer Mary Lou Saye Jill Clark Schaeffer Steward Wyane Scher Meredith Ann Schmid Carol Lee Scholtz Sheridan Virginia Scholtz Geoffrey Ruth Schott William Leland Schwantes Jamieson Scott David Shelton Segrest Tommy Charles Sehorn Thomas Norwood Selby Caroline Marie Shaw Rebecca Ann Shirah Harold Milton Short Audrey Caroline Shultman Joanne Bartlett Sieburg Randolph Barron Sills Daniel Graham Sims Barbara Anne Sizer Christopher Dale Skidmore Dorothy Pamela Skinner Marian Annadell Skinner Cheryl Parnell Smith Lessie Stone Smith Susan Carla Smith Susan Elaine Smith Nancy Goodwin Snepp Alan Garrett Snook James Nelson Soule Robert Botts Spain Jean Frances Spencer Mary Burton Spigener Stanley William Spray Suzanne Stanfield Lindgren, Margaret 3 Armell Robert Stanley Walter Reid Stanley Walter Thomas Stanton Steven Issac St. Clair George Alexander Steele Louise Thomas Steiger Joyce Ellen Stevens Michael Emerson Stewart Mohe Stone Elizabeth Anne Strickland Harry Andrew Stroud Rodger Emerson Stroup Benjamin Clayton Swaim Jr. George Henry Talbot Jr. Kendall Brice Tarleton Richard Arthur Tatum Ann Holloway Teat James Gus Thevaos Charlotte Dell Thompson Nancy Jeanne Thompson Sandra Jane Thompson Cynthia Graham Thomson William Luther Threatt III Ashley Ormond Thrift Linda Rose Thrift ' William B. Timmerman Becky Lynn Trapp John Boyette Trotter Sarah Phyllis Tull Charles Lamar Turk Morris Turnage Lena Marie Turner Anne Kyle Underwood Susanne Veasey Emily Jane Wade Gloria Wagner Carroll Chapman Walker Emily Elizabeth Walker Fred Alfred Walton Pascal Thomas Walton Lloyd D. H. Watkins George Howard Webb Jr. Marcia Elizabeth Weinstein Don Thomson Welch Judy Ann West Helen Dolores Whetstone Jane Elizabeth Whitton Alice Suzanne Williams Cheryl Lynn Williams Gary Hugh Williams Nina Carson Williams Edward Louis Williamson Barbara Louise Wilson Walter Henderson Wolfe Barnes first sophomores initiated into Girl Ambassadors Mildred Elizabeth Wood , f i 7' Robert Lee Wcmrley' Ill Q ' f', 541, "i ' . if Rebecca Ellen Wright K M 'wi it .Y ,, X Virginia Anne Wfuertenberger VE, V M g vi V H .. Hope Spencer Zaeeagni K. ' W- V s,,, i 7 V X A ,, X Edwin Michael Zagora L iiii Q' " ,lei ,f ' 4 ii' , f i - N ' 1, After the game with Garinger, sophomores join with juniors and seniors to enjoy Myers Park"s first basketball open house. Q my Sophomore biology students Robin Kidd, Carolyn Clayton, and David Sophomores in Mr. Browne's homeroom learn the Alma Mater from Graham discuss the veination of a pecan leaf. senior student council member Cay Willizims. - PAGE 123- To express themselves creauvely, students take art, mus1c, Students were able to round out their course of study with non-academic electives of both practical and purely expressive nature. Courses for students interested in business training ranged from typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping to eco- nomics. General office practice students learned opera- tion of the basic business machines. Distributive Educa- tion enabled qualilied students to gain classroom and necessary on-the-job training. Learning the operation and use of hand tools, wood- working and metal machines, the industrial arts students completed original projects, while mechanical drawing students concentrated on architectural drafting. Through the home economics courses, including foods and clothing, girls gained skills in the preparation of food, study of nutrition, and design and construction of garments. The family living course was designed as a socialogical study of the home. For better understanding of interior design, advertis- ing, and general art, students executed projects relating to these aspects of art. Participating in both school and community concerts, the vocal and instrumental music courses allowed tal- ented students to develop their expressive abilities. Other electives included Bible I and II which exam- ined different aspects of the Old and New Testament, Physical Education II for boys which stressed a higher proficiency level, and public speaking which emphasized the fundamentals of good oratory. Using a dictaphone, Sue Stokes typos on electric type-writer. v ,f, , iv. W ' ""sZ45z,, Q' T' X as , --i,. . N. :ft Q Etta 'Wi ' PAGE 124 K home ecg make projects in shop, mechanical drawing Lenny Austin begins vlass proji-vt on the shop wood lakh:-. Hd- -qw -an ' -env wav fnljv ,L .., ...A l fqa. ...M . - in Eddy MacAleer, Frank Wilson, Walter Daniel, and Jimmy Teal. Turning a potter's wheel, Susan Cf-bhardt fashions a bowl. -PAGE 125- 3-ar M., Q KN fav J H? 6 TK I Al. 1 Van D I Q n Q, ' Ui' 4? . ' f 1 1 N' , 5 If . nf ,' all , as we 5 QQ , ,gs ' . Jf""",,., "Q 5 , "' I 5, Q 1 ,psf - 47, . Q, , 2 Y ,Nm fl. talk, iv.. v fn yu V' -Q wk H X R AV vi W A Mg' QPQPVK ,EI ,dh Sc. N tv, 15:42 . , 1 ' ' ' 4 1' ' f 'ff' ' ,W '45 , X . X . '5' r I ' ' ' 'fi F f' I 1' 1, . . an V I H A - it xi' ' I 5 D., tr ' ' .4 x A X I A I mf gf. M 4, 5. F L 1 I 1. ht u l l z if l- n KM' . . . True companionship . . . emotions . . . awards for outstanding students . . . 1, If . H4 frustration ot exams . . . tempo ot athletics . . . Quai' informal dances . . . seventh period study . . . tension of activitiesg club initiation . . . l ' l .. x-5, I. contemplation and reflection on year . . . all phases ot participation: student lite sc:-IQLARSHIP 2 t CITIZENSHIP 3 -PAGEI27- 4 , L. Reigning over Homecoming festivities are: Jr. :attendant Jean Miller, David Kiserg Sr. attendant Judy Wesley', David Taylorg Queen Sally Wiggins, Marshall Pickensg Sr. attendant Wonda Moseley, Jack Sul- livang Soph. attendant Sally Hough, and jamie Bryant. Homecoming, Christmas dances highlight fall activities Senior Susan Barnette collects hooks for morning classes as she begins typical day. Dance committee members spent much time and effort in planning the Homecoming and Christmas dances. At the Homecoming dance in November, the traditional green and white scheme was used with the addition of bright fall colors to give a festive mood to a delightful occasion. In December the committee again succeeded in transforming the cafeteria into a wonderland, with the "Holly Hop." Fourth period finds Susan translating classical French literature in Mrs. Cox's third year French class. - PAGE 128' H54 lk Joan Norton, Sara Alexander, Lloyd Miller, and Caldwell Cline are amid a snowy wonderland at the "Holly Hop." Open houses after several basketball games provide enjoyment for both Myers Parkers and their guests. Basketball season open houses promote inter-school harmon During basketball season the Student Council with the aid of several school clubs planned open houses after four home games in order to promote good relations among the local schools. Myers Park's own "Rivieras" provided lively music for these informal dances which proved not only to be a great deal of fun for everyone, but also a chance to make many new friends. Lunchtime provides a welcome break in class routine and an oppor- tunity to socialize with friends. Susan completes her day in the 'Spark publications room where she works as business manager for the school newspaper. if - PAGE 129 - W Q We . ,W if 4 f , , .a:z.QLgif ff 2 We W . f:12h fk5'h"x""T" f, ta.-' We-.3 Qu, f s V .1 , H 1 . ' ' - , ,, "':,Zf:.- , 5 f 4 f M 7 - 1 E ' is , Nara Q2 'B wa i Chosen to represent Myers Park at Winthrop College as Miss Hi-Miss was outstanding senior., Wonda Moseley. Leadership, Service, Dependability, and Patriotism are exemplified by Cay Willian1s, recipient of the D.A.R. award. utstanding students receive Each year those students who have striven continually to serve their school, and who are among the top scholars in their class are recognized for their efforts. At the close of his junior year Billy Clark received the award given annually to an outstanding boy by the Harvard Club, based on Scholarship, Character, and Leadership. Gay Williams received a similar award presented by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Gay and Billy also showed the popularity achieved among fellow stu- dents when they were elected by the senior class to be Mr. and Miss Myers Park. "The johnsonianj' the student newspaper of Win- throp College, chose Wonda Moseley to hold the title of Miss Hi-Miss. The newspaper selected the recipient of the honor on the basis of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Personality. The Carousel Princess was lovely Jane Morrison, named over a group of senior girls to become the first junior to represent Myers Park in the Christmas Parade. Boys of the senior class voted Junior Rotarians were Billy Clark, Pete Richardson, Walton Rogers, Freddy Sprock, Robert Whitton, and Butch Allison. Billy Clark, winner of the Harvard Book Award, typihes the qualities of scholarship, leadership, merit, and service. . ', 'gf 29' 'if-' ' 43 ' 4 Q11 ,, WJa,,w"T' V I . swf' . ,,,,,,.a4vg5'. X - , .. ..,,azav5sfeve4.eg, , 0 PAGE 130 ' recognition from classmates, 1 ! Mr. and Miss Myers Park, Billy Clark and Cay Williams find time for relaxation from their many school activities. Selected as Junior Rotarians by thc Student Council: First row: Pete Walton Rogers, and Freddy Sprock. 'PAGE 131 45. af I X ,f Butch Allison Thom Blair Suzanne B t Horner Awards Twenty-five seniors were nominated by their class on the basis of Service, Leadership, Dependability, and Character to receive the Horner Awards. After careful screening by the Mzzrtmzg staff and senior Student Council officers, the following fifteen students have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to the school. BUTCH ALLISON Vice-president, senior classg president, sophomore class . . . co-chairman, Welcoming and House and Grounds Committees . . . Key Club, Mono- gram Club, Hi-Y, French Club, Latin Club . . . Track, Wrestling, Foot- ball . . . Wildacres delegate . . . Director of Senior Class Follies . . . Junior Rotarian. THOM BLAIR junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Monogram Club, Hi-Y, Latin Club . . . Manager, Varsity Football Team. SUZANNE BOST Features Editor, Mye1'Spm'k . . . Junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Vice-President, Girl Ambassadorsg Mustang Club, French Club, G.R.A .... Head Lettergirl. ELEANOR CARROLL Organizations Editor, Nlzzrfazzg . . . National Honor Society . . . Secre- tary, Girl Ambassadors, French Club, Latin Club, G.R.A. BILLY CLARK Secretary and President, Student Council . . . Chief Junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Key Club, Mustang Club, Monogram Club, Hi-Y, French Club, Latin Club . . . Tennis, Captain, Basketball Team . . . junior Rotarian . . . Harvard Book Award . . . National Merit Finalist. 0 PAGE 132 - r-- Eleanor C ll Clark Jan Susan Ledford 'uwurfl' Gaskell Walter Graham Katy Law E , aww 'Min da Moseley .ff """"-. Horner Awards JAN GAsKELL Treasurer, Mzzrnzzzg . . . Chairman, Elections Committee . . . Junior Marshal . . . Vice-President, National Honor Society . . . Girl Ambassa- dors, Mustang Club, French Club, Latin Club, G.R.A. WALTER GRAHAM Editor, Mzzrmfzg . . . Junior Marshal . . . Treasurer, National Honor Society . . . Vice-President, Latin Club. KATY LAW Co-Chairman, Public Relations Committee . . . National Honor Society . . . President, Girl Ambassadors, Mustang Club, Latin Club, Y-Teens, G.R.A. SUSAN LEDFORD Chairman, Handbook and Scrapbook Committee . . . Junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Future Teachers Club, President, Y-Teens, French Club, G.R.A. WONDA MOSELEY Vice-President, Sophomore Class, Secretary, junior Class . . . Girl Ambassadors, Mustang Club, Latin Club, G.R.A .... Cheerleader . . . Lettergirl. 0 PAGE 133- Skip Motley . Pete Richardson Walton Rogers Robert Whitton Gay Williams E4 Horner Awards SKIP MOTLEY Sports Editor, Mwlazzzg . . . junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Key Club, Mustang Club, French Club, President, Latin Club . . . Cross Country. PETE RICHARDSON Key Club, Monogram Club, President, Hi-Y . . . Wrestling, Football . . . Junior Rotarian. WALTON ROGERS President, Senior Class . . . Treasurer, Student Council . . . Vice- President, Key Club, Mustang Club, Hi-Y . . . Captain, Swimming Team . . . junior Rotarian. ROBERT WHITTON Chairman, Citizenship Committee . . . Junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . President, Key Club, Mustang Club, Hi-Y, French Club, Latin Club. GAY WILLIAMS Vice-President, Student Council . . . Treasurer, junior Class . . . Chief junior Marshal . . . National Honor Society . . . Girl Ambassadors, Mustang Club, Y-Teens, Vice-President, French Club, Latin Club, G.R.A .... Cheerleader . . . D.A.R. Award . . . Girl's State and Girl's Nation Representative. ' PAGE 134 0 1.11 fr' f .-,fig 5 X . , . 4 V , x X fx N qu ,sf x 2 X1 pp.. 5. xl, .fk 9 N TQ -' ' ., 1? I 'X f Mg' 1 ' j wx" 'UA , vw I + X L- 5 gig. 35 Wifi ,X iff? vs J 5- 3' I T' 'N J HKS I lbw r' XY X T, Alhj 'SNYKVL WW -2-1 - s 51,55 XXX ml .V 2351" lgx , ,. x 0 -s-gsx-NN am we-1 K 'Q' BEAUTIES SCPHOMORE BEAUTY WM Jcznelf 05201155 N M egg Q XQFFW I ., My ff h N ICR BEAUTY md Jane orriwn It was so difficult to pick four out of eight such pretty girls, but I have com- plied with your request to the best of my ability. I feel very honored and extremely flattered to have been chosen as a judge in this contest. I consider it a privilege to make even this small contribution. Cordially, Henry Fonda -PAGE137- SENIOR BEAUTY mo game? .gzerrif 'ER-.I SENIOR BEAUTY sm, mg? x -Y kj 1 1. -'WZ' -.f A solitary student olnerves the changing countenance of Mvers Park Campus with the changmg seasons of the year The VCI'V1CW A New Era Begms 1n the L1fe of Myers Park Lees-McRae representatlve talks to girls at college nlght Excitement mounts as students cheer their team to victory :QAVL ti W- 'x From the very beginning, this year was labeled as dif- ferent. It was the beginning of a new era of progress, a new decade in the history of a new Myers Park. Each class faced a year of challenge - sophomores, to trans- late ideals into traditiong juniors, to put to task their year of experience to avail their years of opportunityg seniors, to uphold their responsibility of setting the pace for this new era. This was a year of achievement academically and athletically. The seniors seemed to meet their challenge with a new-felt enthusiasm, while sophomores and juniors united behind them with a promise of greatness yet to come. Outstanding scholars received honors and awards which brought the admiration of all and the incentive to work even harder. Athletes broke records, piled up victories. There seemed to be a new and in- vigorating force ever present spurring each student on to a new and better Myers Park. Our faculty and ad- visors through their long hours of counciling and guid- ance were the major factor in keeping this force alive in each student even in the most discouraging moments. Larry Vincent and Tina Diamaduros use library resources. CHARLES w. o'MALLEv ywdf Certified Master Watchmaker 0 Diamonds o Watches 0 Jewelry 107 LIBERTY LIFE BLDG CHARLOTTE Q Charms EDnso 2 3212 W., ,. x 5 1 Janet, David, Sherry, Pete, and Gale enjoy the sun at Harrill while waiting for their order to come. 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Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bostwick junior Varsity Cheerleaders A Friend Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Gaskell Girl Ambassadors Club Senior Hi-Y Club Dr. P. C. Hull jr. Myers Park Key Club Dr. Elliot R. Motley E. M. Stafford, Inc. jack Wood Ltd. ' PAGE 162' l 1 I l l l l 2 Mu 116 Dente, Michael Anthony . . . . .37, 103 .g . u g . . , Bires, Beatrice Mary ....,... -A.. Abbey. Simeon Arthur Abernethy, Karen Jean Abernethy, Louis Lee ., . Abernethy. Mary Elizabeth Abney, Joel Richard ..,... Abrams. John Winston ., Abrams, Kenneth Barry Adams, Charles Jerry .... Adams, Dorothy Adriella . , Adams, Nancy King ...... Adams, Robert Wray .. . . Aiken, Clyde Miller ....... Alexander. Judith Eloise ., Alexander, Robert Flow . . Alexander, Rosann Lucile . Alexander, Sara Dogget ....,. Alexander. Stella Watkins Alford, John Lawrence Allen, Larcus Bell ,..,.... Allen, Laura Marshall Allen, Mary Ann ...,..., Allen, Samuel Eskel ,... Allen, Thomas Mebane .... Allison, James Walter 14,24,43,6 Altizer, Jannis Ruth ,.,.... Ambrose, Michael Irwing . . Amen, Karen Sue ,....... Amos, Elizabeth Scott .... Anders. Louis Holmes Carol Grant .. Anderson, Anderson, Jeanne Anne Anderson. John Ra mond y . . Lane Schofield , Larry W. .. Winston Kinzel Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Annas. Stephen Miles .,...... Anthony, Jerry Ray ..,,... Apperson, John Samuel Applegate, Elizabeth Jane . Argo, Robert Manley ,,.... Arzberger, Susan Lorene . . . Asbury, Kathryn Lee ...... Ashcraft, Melinda Clarina Atwood. Sandra Lynne .... Ellen Melissa .... Austin. Austin, Larry Lee ..... Austin, Marie Gail ...,,. Patricia Ann .... Austin, Austin, Ralph Leonard Avent, John Kendrick .. , Ayers, James Franklin ..., .B- Bain, Roy Connelly ..... Bain, Sarah Dehaven .... Baker, Helen Ray ........ Baker, Linda Lassiter Baker, Nancye Rebecca Ball, Patricia , ...,... ,... Bamberger, Barbara C. . . . Bane. William Warren . . . Banks, Barbara Jane .... Barach, Barbara Jean . . . Barden. Stephen Lee ..,.. Barksdale, Brian Downs .... Barnes, Catherine Elaine ., Barnes, James Alford .... Barnes, Margaret Ann Barnes, Nancy Carol ..... Barnett, Pamela ,.....,.....i Barnett. Susan Elizabeth Barnette. Susan Everett Barnhardt. James Harper ..,. Barnhill, Patsy Rea .....,.. Bartel, Saundra Shawnee Battey, Janice Whitney . Baynard, Harriet Murrayi Z 1 1 Beach, Toni Kathyrn ..... Beachum, James Tyson ., Beam, Theodore Dixon .. Beasley, Kathryn Lynette .. Beattie, Elizabeth Ann .,,,.,. Beatty, Kathryn Brem ......, Beaver, Jeffrey Windsor . .14, Beck, Patricia Rae ...,...... Bell, Marya O'Hara .,...,.... Benfield, Susan Elizabeth . . , Bennett, Alice Lloyd ..... Bennett, Sally Lou ...,,.. Benoit. Henry Bell ......... Bentley, Janalee Barbara Benton. Carole Jeane ....... Benton, Clinton .,..,,.. , . Berkeley, Coborn Alexander Berkeley, William Thomas . . , V Berkland, Richard Douglas Berry, David Alton .. ...., 'f Berry, Joseph Alexander Betts, Marianna ........... Biggers, Betty Sue ....... Bigham, Harriet Anna ..... Bi ham William Mannin Bishop, Worth Franklin ...,. Black. Albert Reid ..,...,,.. Blackwell, Charlotte Guy , Blackwood, Kathryn Elizabeth ...101 ...114 ...101 ..,114 .,. 114 ....37.70 .,..,101 ,.....,.,.... 70 ,..........., 70 114 14,15,64.70,93 ,,..9,37.50,101 , . .....,..,.. 114 114 28,30.68,70,81 ,,...40.114,120 ,.....19,101 ..,,... 70 .. .. . 1411 ..19,101 ... . 101 . 37,101 . . ,,43,114 R,70,72,131,132 ,.,., ,,.... 70 ... ., 31.114 .,..29,6B,70.81 ,... .,....114 . .. ,, 98.101 .,..22,32,65.70 . ....,.... 70 .,,,.., ..101 .,,,100.101 ..,....,114 .. .. .... 114 ...... 9,50.114 ,.,.. .. .114 18.24,26,70.81 , .. ,,,.. 20,71 ...,.101 ... 71 ...101 ...101 ...101 .,,114 . ...114 ,,.,,.114 ,. ...... 71 . .. 37.71.125 .. ,. ,.37.101 47,48.49.98,101 97 ..,,. 40,114 114 ..........,.114 ,.. 19.55.71,73 ,...,...... 32 ...., ,, 71 ... . 9.a0.l14 ...30.37.71.135 .,,.. . 27.101 ...37.53.101 ,., 63.71 ....20,28,71 ..,,28,71,81 ...,.. 114 . .. .21.71 . ..,14.55.71 . . . 55,101 0,26,71,128.129 .....,.. 53.71 .. 101 .. 101 .,.114 .. 71 ... 71 ,.. 71 .. 101 ., 101 37.101 .........19,101 24,42,4i 2 49.101 .... , 26.32.71 ,..24.40.71,145 ......,,.,. 71 . ..,....., 114 ... ,.101 ,..53,114 .... 101 ...114 .. .. 23 . ...53.114 ,,,..53,102 ...... ,. 114 ...34.35.102 ........114 ......114 71 ,. 55,102 ,,.34.l15 .....l15 ,,.,....., 71 .. . ....... 115 102 ..25.40.10Q 115 Blair, Thom Williamson ...,,,, V ,'.43'.'71,'!12. 132 Blair, William Syd nor ....., Blakeney, Elizabeth . . . . . Blakeney, Virginia Claire . . . Bobo, Ronald Brown ..... .... 19,28,115 .,.., ..,.115 ... .. 71 .,.37,115 Boger. Charles Cook ..,. ,..,,....,. 7 2 Boger, Sally Evaline ,.., ..,..,......,, 1 02 Bolen, William Elzie . . . .... 34, 43, 100, 102 Student Index Booe, Beverly Grace ..,.,.,. , , , , , . Borough. Mary Anne .... Bost. Suzanne Griffin 17,25,28,2' ,102 .. ,, ,,,, . 115 10 37.0H.72,RH,132 ,. .. .. 23.72 Boulware, Trez Middleton Bowles, Carol Anne .,.,. Bowman, Boyd, Boyd. Boyd, Boyd, Boyd, Boyd, Ro Boyles, S Linda Kay .,.,, Harry Morgan .,.. M .. ., .. ,.,.,. 42 Kenneth Westfield , , Polly Anne .....,.. Priscilla French ,. . Robert Carr ..... y Ingram ..,.., ha ron Diane ..., Boyles, William Thomas , , . Bozeman, Mary Lorraine , . . Leigh Richmond . . . Brewer. Dorsey Carroll . . . Brenizer, Brewer, Bridges. Salen Dewitt . , . Donald Ray ,.... Brinkley. James Edwin , . Brislin, Kathleen Mary ..., Bristow. Britt, La John Nathaniel ., ura Frances .,... Broadwell. Henry Calvin .. Brokhotf, Virginia Sue ,.., Broome, Charles Marshall , . Broome, Broome, Brown Robert K. ...... , Sharron Kay .. Alice Glenn ...., Brown: Beverly North . . . Brown. Carol Ann .. ,... Brown, Edward Lloyd ..., Brown. J ames Asbury ..,. Brown, Kenneth Milton . . Brown, Sandra Lavon ..,.. Brown Tony Monroe ..,. Brownridge. Barbara Anne .......,,. .... 1 ln Brownscombe, Clement Dale . , Bryant, James Robert .,,,.,. Buck, George Stephen . , .,,,,,,.,,., 14, 48. 72 Buckaloo. William Franklin . . Buice, Jo Anne Scott ..,., . i Burdette, Luther Dawn ...., Bur Richard Kantor g, ..,..., Burkhead, Michael Dow ., , , Burley, Samuel Lewis .... Burns, Harriet Leah , , . . Burnside, Ellen Darsey ,. Bynum. Joyce Lynn Byram. Ray Osborn . . Byrd, Marty Jeanne . . Byrd, Mary Ashley ..., Byrnes, Nancy Carolyn ,. -C- Caldwell, Beverly Ann ..., Caldwell, Herbert Wayne . , Caldwell, James ..,,...... Caldwell, Mack Denson Cameron, Kenneth Ray Campbell. Flake Carlton .. Campbell, Larry Lavoid . . . Campbell. Patricia Anne ,. Campen, Mary Josie ....,, Carabateas, Angela ..,. Carey, Lois Gertrude .... Carlson, Douglas Lee ,..... Carpenter, John Randolph . Carroll. Helen Eleanor .... 18. Carter, James Harrison Carter, Martha Fielding .. Casas, Mary Elizabeth .,,. Cass, Robert Carroll Cates, Anne Elizabeth . , . Cates, Carolyn Ann ...., Cates. Clyde Sidney . , . . . . Cathey, Jane Hoagland .. Cathey. Walter Howard , , . Caudle, Richard Lewis .,., Caulkins. Jane Sanford , . Cavalaris. Harry Thomas . . Cayce. John Pape ...,.... Chadwick, Howard Kenneth Chalabie. Brenda Kay ..,.. Chalmers, William William Chambers, Edward Lacey . , SOD Chambers, Nancy Carter ..... Chambers, Sally ....,...... Champion, Judy Rae . , .... . Chaplin, Joseph Maybank .... Chaplin, Saxby Mather Chapman, Phillip Campbell I Charnley, Carolyn Gifford Charnley. Walter ,..,, ., Chase. Charles Carroll ..... Childress, James Hopkins .... Chittenden, .Carolyn .,.,.., Christenbury, William A. . , Christensen, Anne Lynn , . Cisne, Charles Neal .,.... Clapp. John McCutcheon . . , ClaDD. Milton ,........,. Clark, William Mackey . ,, ., 72 .. 43. HL 72,99 ., ,. ...102 . . ,,,115 ., 15.102 .,. 46,102 ......... 72 .. , , ,102 ,, 10.23.28.72 ...,,.,. 102 ......68,72 ....115 , .,115 . 34,115 102 .,. 20.72 ,. 44,114,115 ,. ., ..,102 102 .. 32,102 .....102 ,. 102 ,...102 ..,.115 ..,..115 102 ..,3l,115 . ...115 ..,.102 ...115 ,.. 102 , . .. . 34.115 14.24.57.72.128 115 ,, .. ,.,,. ,102 , . ,... 115 14,16.24,57,102 ,.,, , 37.115 23.102 . ,.. 73 ,. .,,, 115 .. 54.102 . 50.115 ,,, 22.73 ,...32,102 ,....115 ,....102 ,., 115 .. 37.53.73 , .37,115 ,.. 45,119 ....44.115 102 ,,, . ..1l5 ... 32.55,102 .,.....28.73 102 ...jffffiin . . , .,., 102 25.28.73,85.132 ,...... ,,..115 102 , . 68,73 .. 14.47.73 115 102 .... 73 , ,.., 115 115 ,, 34,102 102 . ,.31.115 102 ,. 32,33.34.73 102 ., . . 410,115 ....115 ..... 73 ...,...115 ...,. .. 73 115 115 .. 46,102 115 ,. 31.65.73 74 ....,11L ... 37.115 .....,. 74 .. , .102 .. . 102.140 .,...100,102 ...,......115 ,.,,..,.,....., 74 Clark, Lucy Tuttle .,........,. 34. 35, 37. 11:1 8.14.24.26.28.41 48.74,8L 130.131.132.159 Clayton, Samuel Little ,..,.......,.,..... 102 Clayton, Carolyn .,,,..,, . . ..... ,,,.. 1 27 Cleyrat, Daniel Andre , . . , . ,102 Clifton, Kenneth ......., . .. 23 Clinard, Sue Ellen .,.,..,.. Clinard, William Thomas , . Cline. Caldwell ..,.,...,.. Clontz, Mary Janette . , . Cloud, LeRoy Edward .. Cochrane, Janet Olivia ,. Coe, Jerry Moize ..,,,.. Coffey. Jane Ann .... 'PAGE 16 3. ,.,....115 ... 102 ..,50.115,120 ..., , ,. 74 . . 98,102 ,,..,102.143 115 .:ii:i.7-1 Coleman, Nancy Jean , Collins. David Bruce .. Connelly. Lawrence Michael Connor. Cheryl Anne , . . , Connor, Christine ,, , , Convcy, VVilliam Hamilton Conrad, Virginia Dianne Conway, Anne .,,,..... Cook, Diana Day ,...,... Cook, Wilbur Allan .. , , Coon, Margaret Carolyn . Corbett, Lillian Carol , Cornelius. John Faulkner . . Cornell, Thomas Parker .. Corry. Robert Smith . , . Couric. Charles Maturon . , Craig. Meredith ,.,.,..., Craver, Francis Dean .. Craver, John Carroll . . Crawford, Roger Sharp Crawford, Warren David . , Cribb, Kenneth Roscoe . Cromartie. James Henry , , Crosby. Nancye Russ ..,. Cross, Norma Elaine .,,, . Crosson, Rebecca Estese . Crothers, William Randolph Crouse, Camille Willingham Crouse. Emily Henrietta . . . Crowell, Edward Lester .. Crowell, Margery Lynn ,,.. Crowther, Norman Denis . Cummings, Gayle Elizabeth Cunningham, Elisabeth ,... Cutts, Daniel Ray ....,.., .D- Dabbs, Sandra Carol .,.,. Dale, Sharon Louise . ., Dancy. Richard Randolph . . , Daniel, Max Lambeth ,, , Daniel, VValter Eugene Darling. John Edgar . . . , Davenport, Marsha Lee , . Davidson. Anne Sherrill A Davies. Mary Todd . . . . Davis, Camilla Middleton . , . Davis, Harold J. ..,,.,., . Davis, James Edmund , . . Davis. James Edward ., Davis Davis: Jerry Ray ...,. John Jacob ,,.,.,. Davis, Judith Joanne ..,. Davis Miriam Dona ,,.,.. Davis Thurston Eugene .. Dawson, John Edward ..... Dawson, Nancy Elizabeth . . . Deal, Robert Olen ,,...,.. Dean, Robert Clarke , . . . DeArmond, Sarah Myra . . Deaton, Kathie Lanora ,.... Demas, Mary ..,...,,.,.,.,.. Denmark. Joseph Bockner Denton. Graham Williams , DeRamus, David Louis ,. , Devereux, Elizabeth Fleming Diamaduros, Tina George Dickey, Linda Loy .,,...,.. Dickson, Carol Ann , .... . Dillehay, George McNeill Dimmette, Eager Richard . . , Dobinson. Elizabeth Mary .. Dodson, Gerald Wayne , . , Dodson, Sandra Kay .,.. Doerr. Monica Lynne Donnelly. Dennis James .. Doster, Harold Clyde .,.. Dougherty, Judith Ellen . . Dougherty. Ron Steve , Douglas. Stephen Arnold ., Dover, Nancy Susan . ,... . Dowd, Barbara Elizabeth . . Downs, John William ,.,.. Drake, Randy Francis .. . , Driskill, Thomas Malcolm ,. DuBose. Theodore Marion ,. Duckworth, Brenda Lee ., Duckworth, David A. .. Dulin. Jane Jordan ..,.,.. Dulin. Lucy Bryn ..,.. . . , Dulin. Martha Whalin Duncan, Douglas Wadsworth Duncan. Shaylor Henry Dunlap. Karen Jean .. .. , Dunn, .Iames Robert . . Dwight, Kennedy Bryan , , Dye, Kenneth Lewis ..,., Dorsey, Barbara ...,, , . , -E- Eaker. Deanna Kay . . , . , Eargle, Sandra Tahellia . Earnhardt. Judith Allen . , East. Janice Knoxine ,... Eaton, Tommy Jean . . . Ed. Jane Ann ....... . Ed. Susan Lee ..,. ..... Edwards, George A. .. Edwards. Leonard Gary . . Elird, Betty Stuart ,..... Elird. John Emory .. . Eisler, James Irvin ..,. Elder, VVilliam Dana. ,.,. Eleazer. L. Holmes .,..... Elliot, Caroline McHardy 1r,2o,21. 102 37,115 , , 103 , . 20,71 , 4lL 115 , 45.40.115 . .. 32,103 ., 23 ,,,, 103 ,...,115 .,,, 74 ..... ,.115 . ...43,103 . .,103 . . 103 ,,.53,116 ..l03 110 23.103 , 37.44,103 ,, ,.37.1l6 110 .. 34.103 . 103 116 , ,,34.116 ,, 103 .. 19.74 .,...116 74 116 ,.,,103 . 103 . 19.28.74 ...,.. 103 103 ...,,103 ,.,...116 ,., 103,125 ......7-1- ...,103 ,. 116 .,..31,75 ..,. 103 ,,,,16.75 ., ..103 .. . 103 , ,.4S.75 ..,,116 ,..., 116 ,.. 32.75 . .. 116 .. 45,116 .. 21,103 . , 110 ,, .4-5. 103 . .. 116 ,... 116 .,.,.,116 . . .. 110 .,,.98 103 110 32.75.77 100.103 141 103 103 103 116 116 110 116 -, . 26.15 wr ,.32.lJ T 27 .- .99. ,f 049. , 37, -5.32.40.7i . .22, 40.114, . ..,37, f ffiia. 110 75 110 75 103 103 75 116 103 103 110 116 120 110 116 116 .116 116 116 116 116 21 -r ,. 21.Zl.32.15 103 75 116 116 . ., 54.103 , 116 45.112.110 . ,,,... 75 . 110 , 50 fit, ..,..5o. 100.103, 116 75 110 116 100 Elliott. George James .. Ellis. Marian Janet .. . Ellis. Tully Gray ...,.. Elmore. Richard Turner Elmore. Ruth Diana .. . . Elrod, Karen Gail ..,.. Elrod. Joseph Edgar .. Embrey. Marjorie Allison . , Ervin. Sarah Ruth ,..,.,.. Eskridge. Patricia Louise . Estes, .Iames Tyler . . . . Evans. David Braddock .... Evans. Miriam Raye Evans. Veronica Anne -F-. Fallis. Sara Jane .,... Faris. Daniel Ford Farris. James Morton . . . . Farnan. Carolyn Jenkins .. Farr. Barry Richardson Faulk. John Raymond . . . . Faulkner. Dorothy Lynne .. Federal. Margaret Amilie . Gwendolyn Mae . , . Ferris. Ferris. Lee Thompson . . Finch. Bertram Carlos ,,,... Finch. Susan Falls . Finley. Clarissa Landis ,... Finley. Finman. Jolm Roddey .... Edward David f'iij .,..49.103 , 54.103 37.116 ., ., 75 75 ....116 M103 .,..116 ......,103 75 50.115.116 .....43.75 . ,20. 75 15.22.25.75 ....116 75 , 116 .. 55,103 . ..,,. 75 103 9.21 . 17.21.75 ..,,,..1l6 76 .. ... 76 43.l00.103 ,.. ,... ..116 , 9. 31. 37. 79 Firestone. Lynne Merle .... Fitzgerald. James Bryan .. Flint. Linda Ann .. . Flowe. Thomas Webster . . . Floyd, Margie Elaine .,..., Flynn. Fletcher Smith .. .. Foley. Alice Theresa Marie .. Follmer. Katharine Graham ,, Folsom. Edna Grace .. .. .. Ford. Kay Peoples . . , Ford. Meredith Margaret .. , Forehand. Mary Ellen , . , , Forshaw. Thomas ,....., Foster. Carol Jean .. Foster. Edward Robert ..., Franklin. Sharon Sue .. . Fraser. Henry McCord ,.,. Frazier. Ellen Amelia .,... Freedland. Leslie Ann ,.,, Freeman. Frances Raye Freeman. Marilyn Francine Freeman. Willie Michael . . Frerking. Judith Louise .. Frost. Dorothy Byers ,.., Frost. Roberta Young ..... Fullerton. Eleanor Reid Fullerton. Martha Sumwalt Fultz. Cynthia Louise ., .. Furman, Robert Martin -G- Gaddy. Gaye Annette Gacldy. Robert , , , . , . . Gale. James Mclnness ,....., Gallagher. Elizabeth Morrow Gange. Carol Louise , . Garden. Christine Josephine Gardner. Thomas Eugene . , Garfinkel. Eileen Carol .,.. Garner. Robert Lee ..,... Garnett. Robert Lyle .. , 21. 103 103 76 76 103 .. 20. 76 . 57. 76 ,117 9.100.103 ,..,.. 104 76 ..,. 117 ., 17.76 ,,,.117 ,, .76 ...,-13.76 ...37.76 .,.,104 .,..104- . ,., 117 117 .. 9.19.76 117 ,.. 117 ... 117 .,..,..104 77 9.25.40.100.10i . 117 . 37. 66. 77 117 77 , . . . . .108 . ,,... 81 . 34. 35. 77 77 .. 32. 77 . 36. 37 77 1 ,..,. . 17 21.77 Gaskell. Jean Ann .... 18. 25. 28. 29. 76. 77. 133 Gaskell. Perry Craig . .. Gebhardt. Susan Clair ,..1 Gentry. Margaret Ann .. . George. Cathrine LaVonne George. Gayle Marsh , , , Germuth. Frederick George Ghent. Odell VVayne ..... Gibson. Ruby L. . , .,.. . ,. Gilmour. Deane Halsey ,... Gilmour. Donna Lynn ,.... Monroe Taylor Gilmour. Gilreath. Gail LaVerne .... Gilreath. Joan Kathleen .. Gleason. Ronald Nelson .. Glenham. Tonda Rie ,,,. Glenn. Robert Thomas ...,. Godfrey. Donnie Wayne . . . Godwin. Robert Kenneth Goins, Herbert Lee ,, .,.. Gordon. James Edward 1 1 .118 Hora ck. Thomas Borland ...... ....... Graham. David Alan .... Graham. Jane Hinson . . Graham. .Iulianne ..... , Graham, Margaret Ann Graham. Norman Brake Graham. Walter Raleigh Granger. .loana Cherry , Grant, Mitchell Teague . Grasty. Lucy Robertson Gravatt. Nancy Jane Graves. Nancy Butler . . . Green. Carol Ann ..... Green. Ronald Clingman Greene. Daniel Frederick .. Greene. Mary Webb ., .. . Greenspan, Roger Cary Gribble. Anne Frances ,,,, 4, 15. 25. 55, 77. 125 ,...3Z.l5.50,115,117 .. 37.101 . ...117 30.117 104 .,.....117 . 19.32.77 ....,,117 .. ...117 ....104 . ..... 78 117 ,..... 78 117 .. 46.104 ..,..117 ....l04 ,.. 104 ... 66.78 . . 44.117 ,, 19.78 ,. 117. 123 .. ..,117 .. ... 78 ..,.,.,104 117 6.18.28.78.133 s6.7s Gribble. James A. ,. ,.,,. .,,. Gribble. Rex Norman .. . Grifenhagen. William Benjamin Griilin, Cottrell Sherrill .,.,,. Griffin. Randolph James . . Grit1ith. Julius Virgil Grigg. Don A. .,.,.,, . ,,. ...Ili 78 .. 117 .,.,117 78 117 .,. 15.104 . ..., 117 ,... 78 ., 121 . 101 57.78 ....104 .., 117 117 . ..43.7H ....104 Grosboll. Martha Jean ...... Grosswald. Richard Gary . . Guillet. Judy Gardner . . . , Gulledge. Frank Richard .,.. Gupton. Robert Macdonald . . Gurley. Linda Dianne .,.... Guthrie. Dennis Lorenz , . . Gwinn. Wykie Ann ....,,, -H- Haag. Susan Irene .,.,.,... Haake. William Francis .... Hackett. Linda Jean ..... Hadden. Earl F. ....., . Hadden. Margaret Ann . . , Hair. Frances Diane ..... . , Halberstadt. Paul Edward .. Hall. Ann Dunlap ..... .... Hall, Scottie Ann ........... Hall. Virginia Landon ,.,..... Ham. Joseph Hutchinson .. Hampbley. Elizabeth Hawkins Hami'ton. Darling Anne .,...,, Hamilton. Edward Sprunt . , . Hamilton, Mary Rebecca Hamrick. Arthur Ray ..,. Hamrick. Croft Miller .. . Hancock. James Leroy Hancock. Ruby Virginia .... Hanes. Charles Robinson .. . Hanks, Carol Ann . . ..,.. .. Student Index . 79 .......40.117 .117 .117 . 79 . 79 .117 . 79 .104- 79 117 ' 79 79 Hough. Jeanne Thomson ,.... Hough. Judith Marlin Hough. Sally Cecellia ....... House, Roy Wilson Howard. Willis W. ,,.. . Howe. Stephen Mills . . . Howell, Judith Lee ..,, Howey. Dewey Edwin .. Howie, Ann Rivers Howie. Jolm Richard .. Howie, Mary Patricia ...... Howren. Gregory Joseph .. Hoyle, Donald Douglas .,.... Hudgins, Martha Melinda Hudson. Byron Malcolm Huey. Thomas Walker .,.. Hulsey. Janice Marie 79 .,.98,l04 .,...117 ..,,.117 ., ...104 . ,..., 104- - ...., 49 .,..28. 79 .....117 H104- ...117 ...........105 105 . 8. 28.135 ...........105 81 4d'11"i" ......118 ....21.81 81 .....118 ...37.118 ....,.105 81 81 .,..26.81,84- ..,..23.105 81 81 ...118 . ........ 105 ..,.......105 17, 100.105. 14-3 Hunt. Donald Barry ,... Hunt. Robert Charles Hunter. David Marshall ,.... Hunter. Gale Elizabeth ..... Hunter. Irma Elaine ..,., Hunter, John Wayne .. Huntington. Nancy Grant .. Hurt. Floyd Williford .,., 81 , .... 25 55 81 ..U.L20:81 si Husband, Ralph Henry .,,. Hutchison. Dorothy Sidney . . . . . .118 82 ...117 ...104 ...10f1- .....117 Hanks. William Calhoun Hanner. David Clark , . Hanner. Rickford James Hannon. Richard Micheal Harden. Sheela Mary .... ,.....104 ,..4-5.117 79 ...117 ...117 Hardin. Carolyn Marie ..,., . . ,117 Hardin, Jolm Wesley .. ... ,..104 Harding. Sandra Gwendolyn ......,,.., . .104 Harkey. Joseph Jackson .. ......., 98. 104 Harris. Dianne Elaine .....,.,, Harris. Gaye Karyl . . , .. 14 Harris. Howard Pinckney ,.... Harris. Joseph Millard ,. .. Harris. Mary Jane .. ,,., .. Harrison. James Lawrence . , Harrison. Kenneth Winston Hart. Carol Joan .,.,.,... Hart. James Patrick ,.... Hart. John Franklin .. .. . Hartsell. Cheryl Malinda Hartsell. Richard Wayne . . , Hastings. Robert Charles , , . Hastv. John Carswell ,. Hatcher, Elizabeth Gayle Hawes. Peggy Anne ........ Hawkins. Ann Lynn ,....,. Hawn. Anne Elizabeth ., Hawthorne. Thomas Joseph ,.,, Hayes. Robert Hoyt ,,.. ..,.. Heacock. Carolyn Jane ..... Hearne. John Lynwood .. Heath. Benjamin Dawson ,, . Helms. Kenneth Eugene .,... Helms. Kenneth VVayne .. . Hemby. Patricia Ann . .. 7. 22. 2 Hemmle, Edward Victor ,. Hemphill. James Calvin , . Hemphill. Jolm Albert Hemphill. Martha Nell Henderson Alan Scott Henderson. . Jolm Leslie ,. , Henderson. Marjorie Ann Henderson. Nancy Dickson . . . Henderson Thomas David ,. Hensley. Andrew Avery .... Herron. Donna Gail . . , , . Hicks. Connelia Adalaide . , Hightower, Jolm Peach ..,. .36. 37. 79. 135 104 ...105 .....79 ,.,64.'79 ..,..117 ....,117 ....43.79 .....117 ..79 ...23.79 ,.,44-.105 ,....79 ,..79 ,..117 ....79 ,.,27,105 .,...117 ,, H105 ...55.105 ,..53.117 .....105 105 , U37. 79 6. 28. 29. 65. '79 ,.,..118 F' ..17. 20, 56, 79 ....,37.46. 105 ,...55.66.80 .,,80.14l . .,..,. 80 ,.,..80 ...19. 32, 105 . ,. .,118 ...49. 98. 105 ..,...118 105 ..29.80 Hill. Douglas Linden .. .. .,.. .. 118 Hines. Charles Anderson .. ,.... ,,,.. 1 18 Hirsch. David William Thomas . . ..., 105 Hobbs. James Gilbert .,......... . . ,37. 118 Hobbs. Kathryn Celeste ,..,.... Hobbs. Walter Newman .. Hodges. George Rowe .,,. Hodges. Stephen Blake .,.,,. Hodges. William Howard .,.. Holden, James Micheal ....... Hoffman, John David .......... Hogewood, Jolm Montgomery ,.,. . , .10, 105 Holder. Anne Adams .,..,..... 80 Holder, Audrey Ellen ...,... Holder. Betty Long ., 105 ..,37.118 .. N118 ...41.105 . ..6.118 .....118 105 .ifffQ11s e ,.,11s Hyatt. Allison Taylor ..... Hyatt. Alvin William .... ..1.. Inderfurth. Karl Fredrick .. Irwin. Jolm Robinson .... .J- Jackson. Linda Elizabeth .. Jackson. Nancy Ann . ,,,, James. Margaret Louise Jannette. Frances Marie Jarrell. Jane Ann ...... .Iarrell. Kathryn Lee , .... , Jeffries. William Thomas .. Jenkins. George Pressley Jennell, Kay Jackson .... Jerman. Jean Anne ..,. Jewell, Elizabeth Ann ,. Johnson. Lewis Monroe .. Johnson. Marilyn Ann .. Jolmson. Mary Carolyn .. Jolmson. Phyllis Ann Jolmston. Johnston. Mary Yorke ,, ,. Johnston. Rebekah Leanora .,...,...... 105 Johnstone. Joan Brantly . Johnstone. Joyce Ann . . . Jolly. Jo Ann ,...,..... Jonas, Alice Rose .... Jones. Betty Ann . Jones. Frances Hovis Jones. Gerald Phelan .. Jones Harry Lee .... Jones John Michael . .I ones Jones Jones Jones .l ones Paul Addison .... Robert Joseph . . . Robert Park . . . Sara Frances .. Tommie Jean .. Holder. Linda Carol ,. Holder. Linda Susan , . . . , . Holder. Lyn Carole .. ..,.. .. Holdredge. Susan Daphne .,,.. Holliday. Mary Louise ..,.,.., Hollingsworth. George Lands .. Holman. Lee Franklin ,..,,,.., Holmes. William Haley .,..... Holton. Robert Anthony . . . Honey. Toni Elizabeth Honeycutt. Nancy Lou Hood. .loan Paulette ..,. . Hooper, Patricia Parker Hoover. Betty Shannon ..,.,. Hope. VVilliam D. ...,. . Hopkins. Jacqueline Rochelle .,.36. 37. 105 'f'f'3 ...34 ,- ,....3i.10 ,,.80.81 80 2. 34 . 118 . 80 .105 .105 5 ,.. 21.100.105 55.105 .....105 ,.-.118 .....105 80 37.105 Hord. Beverly Diane , ..... .. ..,.,...,.118 Horne. Helen Corinne .. 9. 25, 34. 100. 105 Horney. Ellen Laurin ............ 17. 32,80 Horney. Stephen Henry .... ,.,.. 5 0, 112. 118 Horton. Edward Randolph . . . .,,,., 32. 118 Horton. Robert Markham .. .,...... 80 Hough. James Gaston ..... .... 1 05 ' PAGE 164 - Jordan. Carla Diane ,. Joyce. Patricia Rosan .. Joye. Thomas Henry ..., -K- Kaigler. Kathleen Hamrick Kale. Marion Norman ..,,. Kanupke. Laura Adele ..,... Kanupke. William Charles Kapp. Barbara Jean .,..... Karres. Matthew James ....,. ...., . . Katzenmoyer. Bette Alice Keeter. Judy Lynn ........ Keith, Carl Barnard ..... Ili sz ..,53,118 ..,53.118 ...,,...105 82 ....30.37.105 .....,.,105 .,,.....105 .. 32.82 ,...44. 100.105 ..........118 82 82 .....,.105 ....4-5.82 .....118 ...105 ...........118 Edward David ,...,....... .. 105 28 , 31. 36. 37. 82 82 105 82 .,.118 ...118 .......118 82 . ,. 45. 53. 105 .43. -I-4. 100. 105 82 ...........118 83 ....,..105 .....23.83 83 ..,106 ...118 .. ..,83 .....118 . ..,... 118 ....83.89 ,....,..106 ,119 ....,16.28.83 83 .......119 Keith. Carolyn Dera .. . . .106 Kelleher, Deborah Jo .... ..... 1 06 Kelley. Donald Edward . . , .... 43. S3 Kellogg. Robert Brown .... .... 4 5,83 Kelly. Mary Pat .. .......... ...... 8 3 Kendrick. Vaiden Pearson Kennedy. Patricia Storm Kennedy. Rolfe Mason Kerhulas. Helen .,,,,... Kester. John Marcus Kidd. Robin James ..,.. Kimball. Clayton Gates Kimbirl. Terry Jane Kimel. Alice Ann ....., King. Carol Forrest ...... King. Dennis Maietielde King. Diann Judy ,..,.. King. Linda Frances ..... Kinney. Devonne Frances .. Kirkwood. Kathleen Morris Kiser. David Mosteller ..... Kiser. Gerald Dean ...... Kleinfeldt. Sanford ..... Kling, Martha Carolyn .... Klutz, Brenda Charlien .... Knauif. Marguerite Lane .. Knight. Georgia Lynn .... Kontos. Anastasia Canela .. Kontos. Marcos C. ....... . Koralek, Linda Carolyn .. Kraft. Naomi Gail ,..... Kuester. Faison Shaw ,..., Kuester, Kate Adele ..,..... Kuykendall. George Henry ....19.83 .......119 106 ...99. ,..54.l19 .,.,...106 ....119.123 ...43.119 ...106 ...106 ...106 83 83 .....106 106 ...,106.145 ....106.128 ...4-3,106 83 106 ......22.83 ,.......80.83 ...34. 40.119 ......29.83 .,....119 83 ...21.83.124- ,,......106 ...19. 25.106 ......81.83 -L- Lake, Claudine Donna Lambert, Sherry Jean .. Land, Susan Sheryl .... Lane, Cassandra Leigh Lane. Jolm Hartwell .. Lane. Margaret Gay Lanning, Peggy Jean .. Latimer, Kay .. ...,........, . 106 .... .. . 83 ....34.35,119 .........119 ..,.,..106 , ,..... 119 ,.,.34.106 14.83 Lauppe, Thomas P. .,,..,,,.,,,....,. 4-3.111 Lavinder, Forrest Gale , .,.. Law. Kathryn Bane . .14. 15. 25. 28, 72. 83, 133 23.106 Lawing, Dorothy Ella .. Lawing, Mary Lou ,........ Laws, Shelley Jean . . . . , . , Leavelle, James Richard ....., ff" .,., 119 ... 106 ......43.84 106 LeCarpentier, Dianne Mary ..,,. .. .. 7 14 Ledford. Susan Wiley .. . Lee, Christina Allyn .,...,.,. Lee. Joseph Randle ...., Leekley. Carol Ann ...... Leggett. Ilow Waddell Lewis, Barbara Louise .. Lewis. Janet Eileen Lietch. Arch Howard ...,., , Lindgren, Luray Marie ., .26.28.84.133 .. ...,. ..1l9 .... 50.119 ......... 84 .......... 84 ....84.135.136 .,.....,..119 . ..,.... 119 ..,....,...54,119 Student Index Malarz, Robert James .. . Mallard, Martha Ann ,,.. Mallard, William Paul Mallonee. Linda Laslie .. Mantiply, Stan ,,...,. . Mannin g, Nancy Jane .. Manship. John Calvin .. Marine. Lesley Donna ,.,. .....37.I19 ......,..119 ... 42.43.85 ...,....106 . .. .... 19 25.31.106,109 ........ 119 ....,.55.85 Otten, John Allen ,....,, Mill. James Hugh ,.,.,.,. Lineberger. Kenneth Pressley ,....,,, 37.106 Lineberger. Nancy Graham 34.113.114.118.119 Liner. Cheryl Ann .. ..,.......,.. . 34. 84 Linger, Stephen William ..,..,...,,,.... 119 Linker, Henry Arthur . . . . . . .106 Linker, Raymond Otho ...... .119 Linker, Suzanne .,...... .... . .119 Lipford, Anne Birch ....... . .21, 106 Litaker. Margaret Eloise .. ,....., 119 Little, Ruth Gwynn ..,... ,.... 8 4 Marion, Paul Blaine .. ..,. A .106 Marney, Rita Christopher . 76, 85 Martin, Caroline Armistead . . . . . . 16. 85 Martin, Ellen Greear ,..,. .,...... 1 06 Martin, Hugh Wilson ....,, .... 4 3.106 Martin, Verna Louise ..,... 119 Mascho. Connie Jeanne .. . 119 Massey. Harriet Sue ..,. , . . .23. 85 Massey, James Clayton .. ,,,. 86 Masters, Bette Gayle , . . , . . .106 Mathews, George Lee ,... . . ,23. 106 Matthews. Alice Susan A .. ....,, 106 Mattox, Jeanette Elaine ,,...,. .106 Mauldin. Rodney Barton . . . . . 44. 119 Mauney, Melva Jayne ...... .. 86 Mauney, William Charles .. ,,,. 37.119 Maxwell. Janice Brian ,.. .. .,.115l Mayer. Harriet Iris ,,... .... 8 6 Mayer. Maxine Sue ... .... 86 Mayo, Elliott Ashbel .... .,,.,..,,...., 8 6 Mays. Dwight Ralph ,.,... Meacham. Nancy Floyd .. Meacham. Sally Lane Meadows, Julian Curtis .. ........106 14.25.55.80.8T .. ....... 120 ,.........., 87 Melton. Robert Dean ....., 87 Merchant. Dorcas Loretta ,... 120 Merritt. Margaret Lynn ,...,.,,,.., 120 Meyer. Bonnie Lynn ,.,, ..,...,..., , .107 Milford, Charles Orrin ....... 34. 35. 36. 37. 87 Richa rdson, James Brinson Little, Ruth Lynn .......... ... . 84 Little. Sandra Kay ., .. ,.,.. .. 20. 84 Littlejohn. Samuel McGowan . . . , . 32. 81 Livingstone. Judy Pruette .... ,.., 1 19 L10 d Judith Elizabeth . ....106 y , , , . , Lobdell, Elizabeth Stratton , , . ......... 119 Loesch, John Thomas ..,.. Loftin, Ann Jackson 18, .. .. .. ....119 25.28.34.81.84 Logan. Pamela Waters ....,........ 100.106 Logue. Jon Courtney ........ Lokey. Harriet Allene Long. Christina Lavinia Long. Ramona Gaye ...... Lonon, Robert Clayton ., Lookabill, Linda Anne .. Loring, Carol Ziegler Love. Beverly Hull Love, John Nixon ...... Love. Judith Huggins Lovell. Lynda Byrd ....... Lovings, James Wilbur ..,,, Lowder, Frances Elizabeth , Lowe. Sidney ..,......,... Lucas. Benjamin Simons .. Lucas, Maria Martin Lucas, Thomas Edwin Lymberis. Sandra Jean .. Lyon, John Stanley ...... .-M C... McArver, Elizabeth Theresa McArver. Robert Edgar ..... McCall, John Marshall ,.,,. McCall. Mary Ann ,...,,.,. McClellan. Sandra Marilda ,, McClintock. VVilliam Banks ,. ..,,...48.84 ..... 85 ..,.119 ...,119 ... 119 ...85.89 .... 85 ....119 ....1l9 ....106 ....,119 .......106 ... 37.119 119 ... 49.106 ,...110 ,...119 ....119 ....110 ... ... 106 ....119 .... 86 ,....119 ....... 86 ...,.....106 McClung, Elise Langford ...... .... 1 13. 110 McClure. Julianne Alice .. .,... ,..,... 8 6 McCombs. Margaret Elizabeth McCorkle, Donna Kay ....,,.. McCorkle. Susan Dell ......, McDougle, Dorothy Ellen .. McEwen. Luther Morris .. McFeely. Mary Laverne .,.. McGarity, Boyce Griggs McGarity. Gene Woodall .. McGinn, Woods Monroe .,... McGinnis. Madeline Deloris Roane. Virginia Muzette .. . .,... 86 ....19.106 ... 34.106 .. 18.28.86 ....l9.106 ...,..... 86 ....... 23.86 52.53.100.107 .....,32.8T ..... 119 McGinty, David Jackson .... .... 5 3.107 McGowan, Barbara Jean ...,. 107 McGowan. Robert William . . . .46. 87 McGuire. John 0'Brien .. .. .,...,... 107 McGuire. William Bulgin ..,...,... 28. 76. 87 McHenry. Richard Irving .. ,....,. 107.109 Mclntire, Mclntire, Mclntyre. Alexander Haywo od ..24.66.81.87 Dianne Louise .,.....,..., 32.107 Bette Lynn ,......, McKaig, Albert Stuart ..... .. 90 14.2L McKericher, Carolyn Ann McLaughlin, James Frederick .....34.l19 47.100.101.10T ....,...,...119 ... .... 45.119 McLaughlin. Michael Allan . . . . , .53. 87 McNeal, Martha Lorie ...,,. McNeary. Jane Green .,.... ......,.,.120 ..,.........107 McNeely. Marsha Louise .......,.. .,.., 8 7 Miller, Miller, 23.87 Catherine Frances ,. ..,...... 32.107 Jean Brooks 14. 15.25. 40. 100. 10T.126.128.135 Lloyd Cardin ...,...,...,.... 120. 129 Miller. Miller, Marilyn Augusta ..... Miller, Michael Grant .... Miller. Susan Jane . Milton. Margaret Gayle Milton. William Dudley .. .. Mitchell, Brenda Lee .,.,.....,....,. 23.107 Mitchiner, Thomas Jeffreys . Moody. Anne Sloan .......... Moody, Jane Dugald ....... Moody. Joseph Franklin Moon. Travis Waterbury .. Moore. Thomas Tate .,.,. Mooney, Caroline Muirhead .. . ........ . 107 ....68.87 ... 107 ...,120 ,.......,120 .... ..19.32.107 120 ....54.120 ... ,,.. .120 , ..43.53.107 .........120 ......,,120 Moore. Charles Ross ,...... .... 1 20 Moore, Jack Henry ,,.,..... ..... 1 07 Moore, Saundra Pinckney . . . .... . . .107 Morgan, Ruel Hines ,.,,..., ,... 4 6.107 Morisey, Patricia Morgan ...,... .107 Morris, Claude James ...,, 53, 120 Morrison, Donald George .. ,...., 120 Morrison, Glenda Faye . . . 120 Morrison. Laura Susan ..,,,,...,..,..... 107 Morrison, Marjorie Jane 25.100.l07.131.135.13T Morrison, Wiley Herbert ...,.,,,....., 53,87 ...23.88 Morton, Georgia Carol ........,.,..,,,. Moseley. James Clyde .. Moseley, Susan Lynda , , . ......... . . . . Moseley. Wonda Lynn 14,25.36.3 Motle ' Elliot Rector 7,73.8T.128.13Q 120 107 107 133 5. 18.24.28.29.68.81.87,134.140 Muilenburg, Lisa Gerrit .. ....,....., 32.120 Muilenburg, Martha Barrett ..........,.. 87 Mullen. Dorothy Margaret .. .,,. 34, 120 Mulwee. Earleen ,....,...... .... 3 2, 107 Munn. Marion Hayward ,..... ...... 1 20 Murchison, Larry Norwood .. .,.. 87 Otts, Charlotte Louise . , 107 Outwater, Lyn . . . . .. .. BH Overcash. Vicky Lynn . , . 120 Overcash, VValter Lee ..., . .. 88 -pa 15189. fieorge Ilantzler .. ,, , an Palmer. Margaret Ann .. , ,120 Pappas. .Ieanne .,... .,.. , , , 120 Pappas, Nicholas Theotokis . M120 Parker, Judith Lynne , . .. .107 Paterson. Alice Leonard .. ,, 30.107 Patterson. Jane Hunt ., . 25.107 Patterson. Lloyd Bert ,... , N120 Patterson. Susan Wells . . . . . . 120 Payne, Patricia Brockenbrough ., . 21, 88 Pearce. Jacqueline Helen ..... . . . 88 Pearce. Marilyn Jeannette .. . .,.,,... 120 Pearson, George Fredrick . . ...,,.,. . . .120 Pearson. Thomas Charles .,.,.,... . . , . .107 Pease. James Norman ..... ..,... 2 4. 100. 107 Pennigar. Sara Frances .... 19. 25. 27. 107, 109 Pentecost. John Charles .. .,....... .. 88 Perry. Nancy Ellen , . . . . ....,., .... . . 107 Pharr, Suzanne ..... . , M , , .1107 Phillips. Harold Lee .,... . . . 41. 43, 107 Phillips, Johnny Mayo . , . ..,,, 57, 89 Phillips. Robert Lewis . .. ....... 120 Pickard, Ann . .,... , ,, ,,,,, H120 Pickens. Marshall Ivey .. ...9. 57, 89, 128 Pickett. Polly Ann ..., .. ..,, . 89 Pickup. Patricia Anne .. . ,. .120 Pierce, Lloyd Staiford .. . ,,,.. 107 Pillsbury, Cynthia Ann ...... . 120 Pitts. William Louis . . . , . 28. 29. 45. 80 Poliakoff. Gary A. ,,,., . ,.,. ...,. 8 9 Poliakolf. Neil Ben ....... .,.... 1 20 Pollard. Jack Johnston .,... . .. 80 Poole, Margaret Lovelynn . N108 Poole, Toy Spotswood .. .. .,.. 120 Porter, Thomas VVilliam . . H108 Poston, Margaret Norfleet ,. H120 Potter, .Iames Reid ....,.. ...., 3 2. 89 Pratt. L. Vincent ..,...,. ....., 1 20 Pratt, Muriel Rowena ... , ,, 31, 120 Presley, Carol Ann .... ...,, 1 20 Pressman. Ann Beth ... ...,. 80 Price. Lota Elizabeth ,. ....... 89 Price. Sally Hunter ,. .. U34. 120 Purnell. William David . . 27. 30. 108 Purvis, Frances Lee ., .. ,,,, 120 -Q.. Queen, James Ray . .,.... ........ 1 08 Quern, Mary Stewart . . . , . .17. 28, 80 Query, Jan Rhenette ..... ........ 1 08 -R- Raborn. Larry Joe ,......,. . ., , ,120 Radford, Sylvia Jeanette . . , ,... 23. 89 Raditz, Cary VVingtield .. ,,,,, 121 Raines, James Allen ..,. ,,,10S Rankin. Michael Ray .. H103 Ratchford, Fred Lee .,., 108 Ratchford, Martha Jane . . . ..... 22, 89 Ray. Joyce Ann ..,.,.,.. 90 Raye. Charles Patterson .. .,..., 108 Redies, Frank Edward .. Reece. Thomas Sanford .. Reed. Julia Ann .....,. Rehm, Caryl Janice ,,,, Reich, Otto John .....,... Rembert. Margaret Susan Rembert, Richard Hice Renfroe. Joseph Alan Revels. Joe Lawrence .., .. . 90 . 31.37.121 34.112.121 . 30.32.108 ........ 90 ....,..108 ... 90 Rhodes, Eleanor Hudson .. Rhyne, Linda Kay . ..... . Rich, Lyttleton Cockrell . Richards, Charles Gardiner Richards. John Dickens .,... Richards. Sara Margaret Richardson. Barbara Ann Richardson. Cecelia Crossett Murphy. Michael Terry ...... .... 1 07 Murray. .ludith Ann ....,.. ..,... 1 07 Murray, Walter Phillip ,. .... 44. 120 Myers, Alice Frances .,.. ...,..... 1 20 Myers, Charles Emion .,,.. . . .20. 45. 107 Myers. Martha Elizabeth .. ..,..... 120 Myers. Mary VVillard ,... , . . . .107 ..N.. Naumol'l', Lawrence Jay . 53, 113, 120 Nelson. Davis Whitman ... . . .37. 120 Nelson. John Thomas ..., ,..... 1 20 Nelson. Mary Elizabeth .. ...,. ..107 Newlin, Robert John ,..... ... .. 37, 87 Nichalson, Monte Hyatt .,.., . 68. 87. 89 Nicholson. James Richard ..,. .....,.. 1 07 Noble. James Robert ....,. ..,.,. 1 20 Noland, Russell Edward .. ..., 120 Nordman, Frieda Lillie .. ,... 87 Nordman, Henry Van .,.,. . ....., 107 Nordman. Irving Lynn ..,,,. ,,... 3 7.120 Norman. Thomas Edward . . .. 19.87 Norman. William Craig . .. ... ..120 Peter Bruce 26.42,43.57.90 Richey, James Michael .. .. Ridenhour, Monroe Hobson Richardson, . . ' I 10. 71 vs. 21 Rinesh. James Edward ......,.., ' Roach. Charles Thomas ....,.,... Robbins. John Calvin Roberts, Joy Lynette .. Robey, Elizabeth Ann ,,,.. Robinson. Jan Williams .. Robinson, Laura Ann ..,... Robinson. Roland Joseph Rochester. Dorothy Eloise .,10S N121 90 .......108 ....25.108 90 50,121 .,,..121 H108 ,H108 ........121 131,134,143 .....-14.121 .'.45.57.90 .....n3.10R ......32.90 ..., 04.108 . 32.44.121 121 ...108 108 .,.26.90 , ..,... 121 MacAleer, Eddy Lee ...,. . . . 36. 37, 85, 124 McNeill, Charlotte Anne .,.,, 32. 33. 34. 107 McNeill, John Coble ..,.. ..,.,,....,. 1 07 McNinch. Jerome Rutledge .. .... 107 McRae, Thomas Albert ...... ,... 1 07 -M- Norris. Barry Allen ..,.. Norton. Joan Elizabeth Norton. Susan Phillips .. -0- O'Connor. Julian F. .... . 0'Hair. Ralph Morgan .... Oldham, Susan Martan .... ... 87 ...120,129 ......120 ....,.120 ...,43.8T ....21.87 Rogan, Rogers, Moreen Frances ,. Diana Jane ..... Rogers. Manuel James Rogers. Penny Betty ,..,...... .. Rogers, Walton Worth ...111 121 108 .,,42.43.90 ,.,...91 .93 10.14.24.50.53.68.72.91.131.13l Roper. Constance Elinor .............,. 88. 91 Roseberry. Elizabeth Ann , ....... . 121 MacLean, Dorria Anne MacLean, Lynn Brown MacRae, Frank Withrow Madden, Elfrieda Anne ,. Maffitt, Mary Helen .... Major, Joe Shirley .. ............119 85 ...43.85 ....119 ....106 .. 85 Oliver, Arnett Stanton . 23. 88 Olsen. Coates Marie .,.. ..... 8 8 Oppold, Sara Jane . . . .... 19, 88 Ormsby. Peggy Ann .. . ., 88 0'Rourke. Sally Ann ... 25. 55. 88 Orr, Dorothy Kay .... ..... 3 7.107 ' PAGE 165- Rosenblatt. Edith Ashley ., Roth, Shelia Diane ., ...... .. Rothell, Freda Zoe .. 121 . 28.65.91 ....... 108 Rouzer. Janet Ellsworth . .40. 57. 100. 108, 125 Rowe. Nancy Lee .......,... . . . Rudisill, Joyce Mclntyre 19.21.3T.91 ..... ..108 122 122 Ruff. Nancy Louise ....,.,, Russell. Michael Anthony .. Ryburn, Samuel Sharp .. ..g.. St. Clair. Duncan David .. St. Clair. Steven Issac . .. St. George. William Myers . St. Paul. William Deedy .. SHIIIS. Sara Parker ..,.. Sanders, .Iames Allen ,... Sanders. Mary Ann . Sandiford. Ralph Benjamin .. Sanford, Donald Edward Santen. Joseph Rogers .. Sauder. .lohn Larry ,... . Sawyer. Richard Earl ., Saye. Mary Lou ......., Schaeffer, Jill Clark ...,. Scher. Steward Wayne Schmid, Meredith Ann Scholtz, Carol Lee .. .. Scholtz, Sheridan Virginia Schott. Geoffrey Ruth .,,,, Schout. James William ,. .. Schwantes, William Leland Schwartz. Nancy Lynn .. .. Schworm. Robert Rolston .. Scott. Bernadette Frances . Scott. Jamieson ......,. . Scott. Peter Louis .. .. Seawell. Octavia Zachry .. Seawright. Martha Ann ,. Segrest. David Shelton .. Sehorn. Tommy Charles Selby, Thomas Norwood .. Senn, Laurence Vaughn ., .. Shackelford. James Hubert . Shanks. Elizabeth Lane .,.. Shanks, Linda Ruth ,... . Shaw. Betty Jean ..,.. Shaw. Caroline Marie Shaw, Susan Jane ,, .. Sheppard. Elizabeth Ann ,. . Sherrill. Kay Saville ..., ,121 .... ,. 91 . 37.121 ., 41.43,44,93 . , 122 . .. 109 . 93 . 91 , ... 91 . , .121 41.46.121 43.10R.13R .. .,37.10R . .108 , 37.44.121 ,... .. .121 . ..,.. 121 .. . .121 . 37.121 . . 40.121 .,..l2l . ... 121 .. . . ,. 91 , 37.44.121 . . 18,2S.91 . 29.81.91 ,,19.10S ., 121 31.32.108 7.28,66.91 ...... 108 ... 34.121 .. 9.50,121 . ., 37.121 . , ,. 91 49,100,108 . . .. .108 .. 32.108 ... ..108 . ..l21 108 ,,.,.55.91 25.36.37.55.91,135.13R Shirah. Rebecca Ann ........ Shirey. Charles Dorman Shoemaker. Raleigh Alexander' 14 21 Shore. Carey Deane ,.,,. .. Short, Charles M. . . .... . . . Short. George Laycock Short, Harold Milton Short. John Joseph ..... .. Shotwell. Judith Anne ....... Shull, Graeme Hunter . . , . . . Shultman. Audrey Caroline .. Sieburg. Joanne Bartlett . Sieburg. Robert Hubbard .. Sieger, Gail Marie ..... ., Sills. James Lynn ...., . Sills. Randy Barron Simms. Carson Irwin ..... Simon, Michael Flynn ., ,. . Simpson, Clarence William . . Sims. Beverly Eugenia .,.., Sims. Daniel Graham ..,,. Siskron, Herbert Evans Sizer. Barbara Anne .. .. ,. Skidmore. Christopher Dale . Skidmore. John Arthur ,,... . Skinner. Dorothy Pamela .. Skinner. Margaret Carolyn . Skinner. Marian Annadell .. Sklar. Barry Edward ...,,,., Slaughter. Byron Atkins James Harrell ,. .... ... ,123 24.20 Small Frances Christine .. . Small, Philip Winslow .,., .. Smith Cheryl Parnell . . Smith Daniel Townsend .. Smith. Dennis Eugene .. . Smith Fred Glenn ..... Smith, Smith Lessie Stone ....... Smith Linda Louise .. . Smith Michael Haviland .. Smith Mimi Lees ,.... .. Smith Nicholas Murphy . , . Smith Rebekah Sue .,..,, Smith. Robert Sidney Smith. Sara Elizabeth .. Smith, Susan Carla. ..,, . Smith. Susan Elaine ..,, ., Smith Smith Warren Collier Wvatt Shuford Smithcr. Diane Lee ..,. Smoak. Janet Sanders .. Smythe. David Blakely Snecd Bett Eileen .....,,,, .121 . . y -1 1 Snepp. Nancy Goodwin Snook. Alan Garrett Snyder. Ira Francis .... .. . Snyder. Sarah Laura Solada, Janet May ..... Sonneborn, Madeline Soulc. James Nelson Spain. Robert Botts ,... Speir. Nathaniel Gibson ., Spencer. Charles Lewis . Spencer, Jean Frances . .. Spencer. Thomas Stafford ., . Spigener. Mary Burton .... Spoon. Harry Matthews .. Spratt. Choice Townley Spray. Stanley William Springs, Eleanor Anne ,. ......,. . 121 . ...,..., 108 27.29.100.10R .. 22,28.81.9l . ,,.. 43.91 ..,.. 108 121 .,.,43.9l ., 55.91 37.91 ... 121 , ,.12l .. 91 .. 108 ... 66.91 .. 50.121 . ., 91 . . 108 . 23.91 ..... 108 . . .. 121 . 35.37.92 121 ......121 .... 92 121 ..28.85.92 121 ,. .. ..17.103 41.42.l3.5n.9Z . .. .,108 , . ..... 92 1 ... . 121 .. 31.45.108 . ,,.,, . 92 . . 92 57.92 ...,121 . ..10R ... 108 ....21.92 ... 92 ......108 ....27,108 . .... 109 .. ., .,... 121 ... ...121 1l,15,25.23.92 . ...,,,. 15.92 .. ,,.,.. 93 ..... 109 32.93 ... 32.55.109 19.121 53.121 .ffI.fA 23.109 ,.. ..22.2R.30.92.93 .,...,.....109 ,,.,...26.93 .... . 121 ....44.121 ....37,109 ..........109 ..43.46.99.109 ..,.......121 .... . . 93 ...25.100.l09 ....,...,121 . .... 93 Student Index Sprinkle, Bonnie Eve ,....,.,,,.,. ...... Sprock, Frederick Evans .109 14.15,24,26,63.88,93.131 Spurlin. Vicky Ann ,....,... Squires, Louise Matheny , Stafford. Richard Morrison Stafford. Sarah Corinne .. Stafford. Susan Graham Stanfield. Suzanne . . .. . .. Stanford. Herbert Warren Stanley. Armell Robert .. Stanley. Walter Reid ..... Stanton. VValter Thomas .. Starnes. Betty Jo .,....... Starnes Richard Lynn ..10. . ........ 31.109 .109 109 109 ... 19.101.109 121 .. 20. 50. 93 .....,..122 ... ..., ,. 2 45.57.99.100 122 122 3.93 .109 Venable. Mary Dianne ..... Venning. Virginia Ross .... Verch, Stuart Selden ...... Vichesky, Sandra Jean ,... Vick, Bingham Lafayette .. Vincent. Larry Edwin ..... Vinning. Charles Clarence .. Vogelgesang. Felecia ..... -W- Staton. qJames Raymond ,. Stayer. Steele. Stegall, Steiger. Stelling Janet Lee ........ George Alexander . Janet Lee ...,.... Louise Thomas . s, Herschel Everett Stenhouse. Richard Warren Stephen s. Betty Margaret . Stephens, Robert Clifton ,. Stephens. Roger Earl ..,.. Stevens. Joyce Ellen ...,, . .. 34.35.109 109 122 ...,....109 122 ,..16.93.98.146 .. ........... 109 ,..,...,. 94 ....,109 ,.... 94 122 Stevenson. Michael Warren .. Stewart. Jill Glover ....,.... Stewart, Michael Emerson .. Stewart. William Benton .. Stinson. Hugh Daniel .,.... Stinson. Thomas Wilder .. Stokes. Sue Rae ......... . ., 41.43 ....40.100 .. 20.73.94 .109 .109 .122 109 . 94 .109 .124 Stokes, Theresa Ann .... ,.............. 1 09 Stone. Mohe .,..,.....,.................. 122 Stoneham. Joe Douglas . .. ...... .. .109 Stowe. Eleanor Colton . . . 14. 25. 36. 37. 68. 94 Strawn. Betsy Ann ..14. 25. 34. 36. 37. 100. 109 Strickhouser, Daniel Clark . . . ..... 37, 109 Strickhouser. Margaret Anne ........... 94 Strickland. Elizabeth Anne .. . ...... 122 Stroud. Harry Andrew ..... ,.., . . 122 Stroup. Rodger Emerson , . . . . 118, 122 Stroupe, Jacquelyn Blair .. ..... 110 Sullivan, Diana Ruth ,,.... ...... 2 3.110 Sullivan. John Leo .... . . .48. 94. 128 Surratt, Sherry Lynn . . . ..., 110. 143 Sutton, Ronnie Martin ... .... 23.94 utton Susan s , ,..,..... ,,.. Swaim. Benjamin Clayton Swofford. William , ..... ....,110 ...122 94 .......... 95 ....28.55.95 ...........l10 .............110 ....,28.32.34,95 ....45.110.141 95 95 Wade, Emily Jane ..... ,,,,,,, 1 22 Wade, Robert Paul ........... . . .37, 122 Wagner, Gloria . . ............ ...,. 1 22 Waldron, Thomas Westbrook . . . . . . . . . 95 Walker. Carroll C. ,...., ..., 6 , 122 Walker, Elizabeth Morrow ,, , , ,110 Walker. Emily Elizabeth . ,H122 Walker, William Harrison ...110 Wallace. Henry James . . . . . ,110 Wallace. Marvin Howard ...110 Wallas, Jonathan Paul .. ...110 Walton. Carla Lynn ..,.. . . .110 VValton. Fred Alfred .... ,,,122 Walton. Pascal Thomas . . . . . .122 Ward. Deloris Anne ..,,.. ,,,110 Ward. Elizabeth Lucile . . . , . .110 Ward. Gloria Ormand . . . ,. . ,. 95 Ward. Harry Alfred ...... Wardell. Robert Ferman Watkins. Lloyd ........... Way, Elizabeth Lawrence .. . Webb. George Howard ,....... Weinstein. Marcia Elizabeth Weisman, Sharon Arlene .,... Weiss, Audrey Lee ...,...,.,,. Welch. Don Thomson ........,. Weldon. Wilson Osbourne ....... 95 ..H2Q95 .. 44,122 .....110 .,.....122 ..... ...,122 .. ..26.28.96 .....,..., 96 ..........122 14,24.34.45.57.100.110 Wells, Bobbie Evelyn ,....,....,...,..... 110 Welsh. Stephanie Caroll . , . . . . ,.... . .110 Welton. Lyman Goe ..... . . . . . . .53, 110 Wesley. Judith Lynn .......... 16. 96. 128, 129 West. Judy Ann ...............,.,....... 122 Westmoreland. James Ross ..... ........ 9 6 Whetstone. Helen Delores . 122 Whisnant. Betty Lynn .... 28. 30.131.77.491 White. Cecelia Hammond .......... ...... .96 Whisnant. Kay Earline .................. 110 96 110 White. Lucie Lea ..,..... White. Michael Arlando .. White. Michaele Mory .... ,. ..:j40.110 96 -T- Talbot. George Henry Talley, Helen Ann ,..,.. Tarleton. Kendall Brice ..,. Tasker. Tamara Jean .... Tatsis. Rosie Golfo .,..,.,. Tatum, Richard Arthur .. Taylor, Andrew . . , ..,. . . . . Taylor, James David .. , Taylor. Robert Earl 10.24.41 Taylor. Sarah Joyce .... Taylor. Walter Michael . Teat. Ann Holloway .... Teat. James Ira .....,... Thevaos. James Gus .... . . , Thomas, Mary Elizabeth Thomas. William Richard Thomason, Durwood Val .. ..,,.,..122 ....28.37.94 .......,122 ....,32.110 ..,,. .. ..110 .,,....9.50.122 ... . 52.53.94 ..19.95.128.143 46.72.88.95.129 ,... .... ... 110 95 ......122 ....110.125 ......122 Whitfield. Andrea Stewart .... ...110 Whitley. Anita Sue .. ..... .. 110 Whitton. Earle Howard ,..,..,......,.. 96 Whitton. Jane Elizabeth ...,..........,. 122 Whitton, Robert Clark 14.24.26.28.68.81.96.131 134 Wickham. Weeta Jane ., . .. . . . . 31 110 Wiggins. Sally Hoppe . . ..40. 96.128, 134 139 Willard. Janice Garnette ... .. ....... 96 Williams. Alice Suzanne ,.,..........,.. 122 Williams. Cheryl Lynn .. ...,. ...,..,.. 1 22 Williams, Frances Gay 14.25.28,40.73.96.123.130.131 134 Williams. Gary Hugh ..,...,.........,... 122 Williams. John Duncan .. .....,. 37, 110 Williams, Margaret Nell . ,.... 97 Williams. Nina Carson ... ... .....110 ...110 ... 95 Williamson. Edward Louis' 11 , Williamson. Joseph Neely Willis. Donovan Jordan Thomes. Richard Harry Thompson, Charlotte Dell Thompson, Cheryl Diane Thompson. Frances Ann Thompson, Henry Harold Thompson. Nancy Jeanne .. Thompson, Sandra Jane . Thomson. Cynthia Graham Thornhill. Virginia Hurley .. Threatt. William Luther Thrift. Ashley Ormond .. Thrift, Linda Rose ...... Thrift. William Johnson Thrower. Nellie Faye .. .. Thurman, James Brandon .. Tillman. Henry ..... ,... Timmerman. William B. ,. Tinsley, David Glover ,.... Titlow, Maureen Sharon Todd. Cornelia Jane ...,. Todd. Sara Jo .. ..... ., Townsley. Anne Wilson .... Trapp. Rebecca Lynn .. . .. ... 95 N122 ...110 ,...,95 ....4-3.95 122 ...110 ...122 .. 122 ...122 ... 95 ... 95 ... 95 ..... 32 ......122 ..,43.110 .,.,, ..110 .,..100.110 ...... 95 ...,.110 .... 122 Trembath. Martha Grenfell . . . , , , . Triplett. Diane Holly .,..... Trotter. John Boyette .. 95 ,,.,..110 .... 50.122 Willis, Fred Lewis ...... Willis. Gerald Parker Wilson. Barbara Louise ., Wilson. Dianne .......... Wilson. Eugene Franklin Wilson. Lynne Conover .. Wilson, Maurice Hamilton Wilson. Stephen Henry .. Winton. Nadine Barbara Wiriden. Charles Gosta ., Wisdom, Stan Lee ......, Wise. Pamela Price Withrow. Ronald Joe .... Wolf. Norman Charles .. Wolfe. Walter Henderson Wood. Marion Gordon ,... Wood. Michael Lee Wood, Mildred Elizabeth Woods. Carmen Dial Woodside. Diane Elizabeth Wooten. Barbara Jean .. VVorcester. Linda Dell Worley, Robert Lee ..... Wrenn. Dianne Martin .. Wright. Rebecca Ellen Vl'right. Robert Bruce Wright. Sterling Wilson . Wright. William Ray .. . 122 ...,....122 ... . ... 97 . 43.65.85.97 .10.46.57,110 , ......... 110 .....122 .......111 ..,,97.124 ..,..111 ....... 97 ....37.l11 ,... 31.97 ... 44,111 .. ..l11 .,..32.111 .......1l1 ........ 97 ...,,....,122 .....26.89.97 .......,,. 97 34.35.111.145 ..........11l .,........ 97 ....17,97 ...,.123 ... 97 ... 97 ... 97 ...... 97 .,... 23.97 Wuertenberger. Virginia Anne ...,. 30. 54. 123 Vl'yche, David Cheshire ,....,.. .... Wynn. Dixie Lynn ...,,. -Y- Yandle. Brenda Paulette Yarbrough. Patricia Jane Yarbrough, Robert Ted ,... Young, Corinne Mary .. ,. Youngblood, Tom Kelley Tull. Frances Melanie .... . 110 Tull. Sarah Phyllis .. .. .... ,122 Turk. Charles Lamar .... .122 Turnage. Morris ........ ..., 1 22 Turner, Frederick ....... ,.... 1 10 Turner. George Robert . . . . . . . . 95 Turner, Lena Marie .. .. ......... 122 Turner. Thomas Richard ..,....,,. .110 Tuygan. Ali Tinaz ,,...,. ..,. 1 5. 22. 24. 95 Twitty, Patricia Dee ..... ........., 1 10 ...U- Underwood, Anne Kyle ,. .... 122 -V- Van Every, Diana Hamilton ...,...... .. 95 Van Wagner. Charles Allison .,.,... 9, 27. 110 Veasey. Patricia Gail ...,,.... ........ 1 10 Veasey, Susanne ,...... .... 0 PAGE 166 ' ......122 -Z-. Zaccagni. Hope Spencer .. Zagora. Edwin Michael .. 53.111 ...,.,111 97 97 ...34.l11 ..,32.111 ..... 97 ...123 ...123 -A- Akers, Miss Martha Cabell Allen, Mr. Stuart Beamon -B- Booth, Mr. Vernon L. ,. .. , . Breeden, Mr. Matthew E. .. Brice, Miss Elizabeth ...., Bridges, Mr. Glenn R. .. Browne, Mr. G. Leslie Burgess, Mrs. Elinor F. .0- Carmichael, Miss Jean R. Cloaninger, Mr. William Grant Coble, Mr. B. J. ............. , Cohan, Mrs. Elizabeth Curry ,, Coleman, Miss Donnelle ,,..,. Conger, Mrs. Juanita ....... Cox, Mrs. Catharine D. Cronstedt. Mr. Carl G. N. .. Crowell, Mr. Robert King . -D- Devereux, Mrs. Susie Wilkie ,. Dixon, Miss Dorothy Elizabeth -F.. Feimster, Mr. Ernest D. ,.,,. . Fletcher, Mrs. Edna Galloway Foster, Miss Sarah L. ....,,.. . ..G... Good, Mrs. Carolyn Park .. , Gunter, Miss Frances Marion . Student Council .... 'Spark .........., Mustang ........... Pen Pushers .,..,..,. Engineers .....,....,.. Future Homemakers .. , Future Teachers .... RedCross,.. ..,.. Distributive Education . . Key Club .......,,.... Girl Ambassadors Senior Hi-Y ....... Senior Y-Teens Junior Hi-Y ...... Junior Y-Teens . . . Honor Society ..... Language Clubs Debate Club .,..., .,.60 ..60 ...60 ...63 ...60 ....,60 ....,18.60 ,....23,60 .........25.60 ........45,60 ....,60 . ..... 18,60 .....60 .......58 ........61 .12,32,61 61 61 61 . .,.. 98, 59 .....6l ,..6l 61 14. 58. 115 .,...14, .....l6, .,...18, 15 17 19 20 ...20 ...2l ..,21 ...22 ...23 ...24 ...25 .,.26 26 ...27 ,.,,27 ..,28 ...29 ...30 Faculty Index Harrison, Miss Jane E. ..... . Hatchette, Miss Mary Hazel ., Holland, Mrs. Dorothy W. .... . Hutchison, Miss Louise Erwin -J- Johnson, Mrs. Virginia Miller .. Jones. Mr. Thad A. ..,.... , -K- Kiser, Mr. Edwin M. ..., , -L- Laffertv. Miss Oma Claire .. Lancaster, Mrs. Betty T. .. Lewis, Dr. Laird W. ..... 14, Long, Mrs. Edith S. I.yerly, Mrs. Janey C. -Mc- McCann, Mr. John J. .. ..,,. McCracken. Mrs. Alma . Mclnnes, Miss Laura Schafer ,, ., McNeely. Mr. Lester Harold . -M- Macfie, Miss Mary Elizabeth ..,. Macon, Mrs. Helen Leach Mathews. Mrs. 'l'. Christy ,. Matus, Mr. Theodore P. .. Mims, Mr. Spencer .. Moore, Miss Winnie D. ,. Moose, Mr. John Daniel Jr. ...31, 60. 61 ,. 61 .. 61 ,. 61 M61 ,.61 ..6l .. 61 ,. 61 58. 63 60. 61 ..6l N62 59. 63 62 37, 62 ,. 61 .. 61 ., 63 .. 62 3-l. 62 .. 62 , . 62 -N- Nelson, Miss Nina A. , .. ,, , Newland, Miss Margaret McDowell Newton, Mrs. Jeanette Timmons . ..p.. Pangle, Mrs. Patricia ., Phifer, Miss Jean .....,.,..,... Powell, Mr. George P. .. ..., . ., Purcell, Mr. Augustus Buchanan . -R- Rankin, Miss Jessie .. , ., Rotan, Mrs. Elizabeth Sifford ., -S- Sheppard, Mr. Porter ...., Sifford, Miss Patsy ...... . . . Singleton, Miss Laura Gail .. . Sizer. Mr. Richard Waite ,.,.... Smith. Mrs. Mary Barnette .. Somerville, Mr. Walter Gray Jr. . , Stewart, Miss Evangeline , ., , -W- Wallin. Mr. Steven Douglas ..,. Whitley, Miss Ethel J.. . . . , . . Wright, Mrs. Irene L. ,. rganizations Index Limelighters ,,,. .,., Choir Orchestra .,.,,., ..., Band Cheerleaders ,,.....,..,... .,., Varsity Football . . . , ,,.. . . . . .lunior Varsity Football . . . Cross Country .....,.,... Wrestling .,... .....,,.,. 1 . . . Varsity Basketball ,..,...,., , , . Junior Varsity Basketball Monogram Club .,.,....,,. Mustang Club Swimming . . ................ .... Girls. ltecreatio n Association . . . . . . . Administration .,..,...,..... ,... Faculty .....,........... . . . . . Senior Curricu lum .. 31 32. 33 34. 35 36. 37 ., 40 .41-43 . , , , 44 .. 45 ,. 46 .47-49 .. 50 ., 51 .. 51 52, 53 54. 55 58. 59 60. 63 ,64-66 Senior Officers .,..., Seniors ,. .. ,... Junior Curriculum Junior Oillcers ...,.,.. Juniors ..,......,....... Sophomore Curriculum . . Sophomore Omcers ..,. Sophomores . . ..... . . Electives Curriculum . . Senior Honors ..,.,.. Dances . . ........ . . Horner Awards ,. , Beauty Nominees . . , Beauties ......,,., Overview ...,.,. Ads ..... ,...,... Indices ............. Acknowledgments . . , 62 62 , , 62 ..58 H62 ...5B .M02 .. 62 62 58 '.1,58.59 62 ,,17.62 ... 62 63 63 63 .2, 3, 63 63 68 ..,.,69-97 ..98. 99 .,.,100 .101-111 112, 113 . . . .114 115-123 124, 125 128. 129 130. 131 ,132-134 I' . . .135 .,..136-139 .,,.140-141 ....142-162 ,...163-167 ,...l68 Autographs ' PAGE 167 ' ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Every memory of Myers Park for the year 1961-1962 would be impossible to capture in the 176 pages of the '62 Mzzmnzg. However, without the cooperation and financial assistance of many people, the Mzzmzfzg could not have become a reality. We feel that we are indeed fortunate in having such interested advertisers and sponsors, and we know that the students of Myers Park will enjoy patronizing our advertisers. We are also indebted to the following for their contributions: Mr. Frank Fleming, Consultant, Washburn Printing Company, Mr. Price Coursey, Consultant, Charlotte Engraving Company, Mr. Earl Powell, Plant Manager, Washburn Printing Company, Mr. Charles Smith, Art Consultant, Charlotte Engraving Company, Mr. George Barbers, Kingskraft Cover Company, Mrs. Virginia Christenbury, Mrs. jean Howarth, Mrs. Genevieve Stewart, Beverly Studio, senior portraits, Mr. Bill Renfrow, Delmar Studios, underclass portraits, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Aull, Aull Studio, beauty portraits, Dr. Lewis and the Myers Park faculty, The 1962 Staff and Homeroom Representatives, Mrs. Elizabeth Cohan, Mr. Leslie Browne, Mr. Henry Fonda, beauty judge, The Luau Restaurant. A6F CLVLCJ Jofm - PAGE 168 Autographs Autographs PAGE 170 Autographs Autographs Autographs AGE 173 Autograph s PA G E I 7 4 Autographs ' . I , ,, 'J Q, 5 'w 1 fr fl' l A w.. f Y Q , 3 Aut6 Q U , . , ' I 0 - .' In Q . . ' O. . Q 4 . 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