Myers Park High School - Mustang Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1963
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To Miss Carmichae
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WE DEDICATE the
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Miss Jean Carmichael
Miss Carmichael's active interest in her
pupils inspires them to greater achievement
in their studies. She is patient and encourag-
ing with each: to the average student, she
gives understanding and an incentive to
learng to the advanced, she lends further
knowledge. Her personality and warm sense
of humor make the classroom more mean-
ingful to all.
Miss Sifford, in her second year as coun-
selor, continues to give assistance to each
individual. Her sincerity and utmost desire
to help make her truly appreciated by all
those who seek advice or guidance. For their
willingness to give of their time for student
activities and their unfailing support of the
Myers Park student, We dedicate the 1963
Miss Patsy Sillord
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W1 ttee stud eet a visitor. Our friendliness and congeniality reveal school spirit.
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"Mustang" decals and stickers on cars exhibit students' pride in saying, 'Tm a Mustangf' School license
plates also serve to identify our cars from Mustang-land.
Cheerers yelling "I'm a Mustang, couldn,t be prouder" at sports activities reveal our enthusiasm.
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In maintaining a beautiful, distinguished campus, students themselves assume many of the responsibili-
ties. Clubs sponsor service projects, as cleaning the grounds and planting attractive shruhbery.
From an architectural viewpoint, Myers Park prides itself in having an outstanding physical plant. During
the year we are often host to numerous visitors who admire the convenience of our buildings.
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goeotiy shown to admiring
visitors. Service projects have
revealed our aiohitioo to keep
Myers Park stately, dignified.
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spirit nt attainment have pre-
vailed tlirpuqhnnt the year.
Blazing enlnrs, green and
white, symbolize enthusiasm
in the diverse activities nt the
Myers Park students.
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Part of the excitement for a big game lies in the decoration of a car. Green and white streamers and ban-
ners add to the spirit of an athletic contest. Such enthusiasm often contributes to victory.
Having a large gathering at sports activities results in the pride which Mustangs hold for school endeavors
Cheerleaders and rooters join together to display the pep which encourages our teams.
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Eonsidered one of the Sonths
finest academic programs,
Myers Pariffs curriculum has
produced outstanding schol-
ars and informed leaders.
Teachers and students Work
together industrionsiy to ac-
complish the main ohjective
in the high school years.
Receiving an early decision acceptance from a college results from our vigorous academic program.
Distinguished speakers rome to Myers Park for both curricular and extra-curricular activities. Our .lap
anese visitor, Mr. Kakei. discussed the llokku form and showed slides during an assembly.
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Myers Park hosts Student onncil Convention
Dance Committee Chairmen Sally Boger and Lynn
Wilson decorate for the winter dance. They plan-
ned the first Valentine Dance in three years.
Myers Park's Student Council officers led
the student body in many outstanding proj-
ects. This year, Myers Park had the honor
of being host to the North Carolina State
Student Council Congress. Four hundred
delegates participating in the convention
were housed by Myers Park students. Myers
Park was in charge of correspondence, regis-
tration of the delegates, and social activities
during their stay. Highlights of the conven-
tion were a banquet, a talent show, and a
semi-formal dance. Monroe Gilmour, Mar-
garet Barnes, and Saxby Chaplin, Myers
Park's official delegates to the convention,
attended discussion sessions with visiting
For two weeks at the end of October, Myers
Park participated in the Operation Amigo
program. Fourteen Peruvian students lived
in the homes of Myers Park students and
attended classes with them. In addition to
school activities, including a sock-hop, the
A migos toured Charlotte and various places
of interest in North Carolina.
Public Relations Committee Chairmen Ro-
berta Frost and Monty Hogewood worked
to keep Senior Privileges and to obtain new
ones. Starting in November, a 'tlibrary
nightll for seniors was introduced, complete-
ly managed by students. Sandy Welton,
chairman of the Student Opinions Com-
mittee, reported on suggestions from the
suggestion box. The Elections Committee,
headed by Nancy Manning, took charge of
all elections held at school, mainly Student
Left: Citizenship Committee Chairmen Mike Jones and Monroe Gilmour speak at the Honor Week assem-
bly which presented the Honor Corps to the students. Right: Welcoming Committee Chairmen Betsy
Strawn and Saxby Chaplin look at a map of the school as they wait in foyer to welcome any visitors.
The Citizenship Committee presented an
Honor Corps to the student body late in the
Fall as a means of raising the personal in-
tegrity of Myers Park students. The Honor
Corps was selected as the best type of honor
system for Myers Park after a year of study
by the Citizenship Committee. The School
Spirit Committee arranged the entertain-
ment for the intermission of the Homecom-
ing Dance and sponsored a School Spirit
Week before the East football game. Assem-
bly Committee Chairmen Buddy Finch and
Faison Kuester coordinated all assemblies
held during school hours. The Athletic Com-
mittee, headed by George Elliot, jack Hemp-
hill, George Edwards, and Steve Annas, was
in charge of intramurals, which provided
boys not engaged in varsity sports the
opportunity of participating in an organized
sports program. Bill Jeffries and Bill Bolen,
chairmen of the House and Grounds Com-
mittee, kept the campus in as good shape as
possible. Publicity Committee Chairmen
French Boyd and Margaret Barnes sup-
ported the athletic teams by making and
putting up posters and banners before each
game. Myers Park's exchange student to
Norway, Caroline Elliot, headed the Ameri-
can Field Service Committee.
Myers Park's service projects were topped
by collecting four hundred and fifty dollars
to contribute to the Empty Stocking Fund
and for the annual gift to the maintenance
staff. A Student Council meeting held be-
fore the entire student body at the end of
the year climaxed the Student Council's
Bobby Boyd and Lyttleton Rich, School Spirit
Committee chairmen, decorate a post in front of
the gymnasium before a basketball game.
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Bettie Lobdell, Sara Alexander. and Lane Anderson register delegates for the Student Council Congress
as Sally Bain. Karen McCall, and Susan Barnett wait to take home their delegates. The Registration
Committee was one of the special committees organized to plan the delegates' activities.
Handbook and Scrapbook Committee Chairmen
Jan Wuertenberger and Tina Diamaduros look at
last ye-ar's scrapbook to get ideas for the new one.
Top: ,lim Shackelford and Erhard Joerchel play
a game of chess. Bottom: Inga Nakling explains
the Norwegian calendar to Pam and Paula Wise.
Myers Parkis Student Council officers and advisors spend much time planning the activities of the student
body. Here they lead at Student Council meeting. Advisor Dr. Lewis, Treasurer Lane Anderson. Secretary
,lean Miller, Vice President Jeff Beaver, President Stuart llcliaig, and Advisor Miss Gunter.
CAC. Front row: Treasurer Lindgren, Secretary Patterson, Vice President Blackwell, President Spratt.
Seworzd row: Rich, J. Alexander, Horne, Manning, Frost, Boger, Scott, Elliot, Sara Alexander. Third row:
Lincherger. Grosholl, Lipford, Bain, Morrison, Dowd. Strawn, Nakling, Lymberis, Kuester, Barach,
Pennigar. Fourth row: Advisor Sifiord, M. Dulin, Barnes, Ed, Heacock, Jones, L. Dulin, Teat, Stella
Alexander, Honey, Miller. Boyd, and Advisor Carmichael.
mbassadors entertain faeult at hristmas part
Betty Jones sells pompom to John Faulk.
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Girls from the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth
grades have a busy year of serving others
through the Girl Ambassadors Club. Their
activities are not confined to the school,
but include civic services as well. New girls
at Myers Park get acquainted each year at
the Ambassadors, New Girls Tea. Making
and selling pompoms is always the club's
most important project during football
December is a month crowded with activi-
ties for the club. First on the schedule is
the annual faculty Christmas banquet.
Talented members put on an array of enter-
tainment for their teachers. To add seasonal
spirit to the campus the girls decorate the
large tree beside the library. While on
Christmas vacation the Ambassadors give a
party for-the children at Good Samaritan
Hospital. They also go caroling at the homes
of the faculty.
As the year progresses, the club's enthusi-
asm does not dwindle. Collecting for the
March of Dimes is the first project after
During second semester, girls who have the
required number of points and have been
approved by the members are inducted into
the club. Also, in the last half of the year,
there is a cake bake, which is the club's
most prosperous project. Entertainment and
soft drinks are provided for the Sadie
Hawkins picnic by the Key Club and
At faculty Christmas banquet Birch Lipford, Roberta Frost, Sally Boger, Corinne Horne, and Townley
Spratt present skit "Mountain Dew." Other talented Ambassadors also entertained teachers with original
acts after dinner. Each member took part in preparation of banquet.
Key Club sponsors buses to out-of-city games
Anxiously anticipating bus trip to football game, Sara Alexander and Saxby Chaplin wait in bus for
departure. Anne Townsley, Jim Kessaris, and Ken Cannady give tickets to Norman Pease and Bobby Boyd
before boarding bus. Buses were under the sponsorship of Key Club.
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.lohn Bristow and Buddy Finch ready directories.
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, the Myers
Park Key Club is responsible for aiding
their community through their high school
activities. This responsibility makes it nec-
essary for the members to devote more
time to club projects.
The Key Club's schedule begins with the
opening of school. Selling advertisements
for the Key Club Directory starts in the
early fall. The day before Christmas holi-
days begin these booklets are distributed
free to each student. When the Peruvian
Amigos were at MP, the Key Club gave an
open house and dance in their honor after
the Harding football game. To help- pro-
mote school support for the football team
the club sponsored buses for students to the
Salisbury and Rocky Mount football games.
The turnout for this project was so large
that more buses had to be chartered at the
last minute. Also, in the way of school
spirit, the club furnished flowers for the
cheerleaders for each football game. To
help Mustangs publicize their school pride,
the Key Clubbers sell Mustang license
plates. When Thanksgiving and Christmas
roll around, the club always proves itself
most generous. The members give their full
support to the collection of canned goods at
Thanksgiving. The next month is a busy
one for them. Money is donated to the gift
drive for the maids and janitors. In March
comes the annual Key Club District Con-
veniton in Charleston, South Carolina. Five
representatives are elected from the Myers
Park Key Club. At the Honors and Awards
Assembly the club annually presents the
Sportsmanship trophy. A tally of the events
of the Key Club's year shows that they
have well met the standards set up by the
Key Club members. Front row: Burg, Chaplin, President Pease. V. President Hogewood, Secretary Jones,
Treasurer Starnes, Eleazer. Second row: Finch, Cathy, Weldon, Bristow, Van Wagner, Boyd, Davis, Ander-
son, Benoit. Thircl row: Joerchal, Bolen, Shoemaker, Elliot, Beaver, Verch, Edwards, Chaplin, Annas,
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National Honor Society. Front row: Bigham, Beattie, Elliot, Stewart, Manning, Grosboll, Boyd, Cisne,
Scott. Second row: Pennigar, Strawn, Stroupe, James, Dawson, Seawright, Townsend, Ellis, Kimel, Dowd,
Ed, Stafford. Third row: McHenry, Pease, Stinson, Barden, Mays, Ham, McGinty, Spencer, Purnell, Line-
berger, McGarity. Fourth row: Weldon, McNeill, Hanes, Greene, Beaver, Wallas, Brown, Shackelford,
McKaig, Shoemaker, and Hoag.
Alice Ann Kimel congratulates Steve Barden who
has just been tapped into the Honor Society.
As an incentive to new students to stress
academic study, the four officers of the
National Honor Society spoke at the fall
initiation concerning the four standards of
the Honor Society: Scholarship, Leadership,
Service, and Character. In an impressive
ceremony, the top ten per cent of the senior
class was tapped in the first induction cere-
monies held in Myers Park's auditorium.
That night, new members provided enter-
tainment for old members through skits,
songs, and impersonations.
To raise money to buy a Hag and spotlight
for the school gymnasium, members offered
their services as tutors. Beginning in Feb-
ruary, several students were in the library
first and eighth periods to offer their assist-
ance, private tutoring was available when
In the Spring, to climax the yearls Work,
the top Fifteen per cent of the senior class
and the top five per cent of the junior class
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David McGinty entertains members by relating the
story behind Ulysses, travels and his waterwings.
Collecting research material for debating are, clockwise, Mike Burkhead, Jan Wuertenberger, Pete Gaskell,
David Purnell, and Holmes Eleazer. Club members work individually on debates in preparation for try-
outs at college forum. Varsity and Junior varsity teams are chosen.
Working outside school Hlls most of the
Debate Club's program. Debates on the
National Debate topic, HResolved: That
the United States should promote a Com-
mon Market for the Western Hemisphere,"
were prepared when the topic was announ-
ced. During February, the varsity and JV
teams were chosen through practice sessions,
along with the teams which will represent
Myers Park at Emory, Wake Forest, and
Winthrop Forums. The club ends its year
with an annual banquet.
Co-President Mike Burkhead, Secretary-Treasurer
Margaret James, Co-President Holmes Eleazer,
and Vice President David Purnell head debates.
0 Tom Stenson, Don Grigg, and Carroll Walker, members of Amateur Radio Club, set up equipment for
broadcasting over shortwave sets. Boys talk to other operators over entire country.
The Amateur Radio Club, one of the newest
and most energetic clubs on campus, pro-
vides some medium wherein students in-
terested in any phase of electronics can gain
experience and enjoyment of their hobby.
A code and phone station, WA4FPD, is
maintained by this organization, properly
licensed members operate the station and
talk to other amateurs all over the country.
During 1962, the club participated in proj-
ect OSCAR, monitoring the first civilian-
built satelite to orbit the earth. Although
relatively small in number, the members of
this organization derive knowledge in such
fields as Hi-Fi recordings, ham radio, and
Minor staff members work to produce annual. Sitting: Emily Walker, ,lan Query, Kay Beatty, Frances
Jones, .lan Wuertenberger. Standing: David Purnell, Candy Snepp, Bill Blair, and Pete Gaskell.
Photography staff of the Mustang receive instructions on the use of a graphic camera. The photographers
spent many hours in taking and developing pictures for the yearbook. Front row: Don Grigg, Tom Horack,
Stan Mantiply. Second row: Chic Myers, Chuck McConnell, Kavin Broome, and Frank Wright.
The publication of an award-Winning an-
nual Was a difficult and challenging task to
face, and the yearbook staff and their
advisor Mr. Browne began work in Sep-
tember in order to complete work by the
deadline. Top awards were won by last
year's annual from National School Year-
book Association, Columbia Scholastic Press
Assocation, National Scholastic Press Asso-
ciation, and North Carolina Scholastic
The major staff members of the annual were
responsible for making all decisions con-
cerning the Mustang. Major staff members
Sally Pennigar, Editor, Charles Van Wag-
ner, Business Manager, jeff Mitchiner,
Treasurer, Stella Alexander, Classes, Susan
Stafford, Clubs, Bernadette Scott, Organ-
izations, Kitty Kuester, Features, Tommy
Spencer, Sports, and Morris McEwen, Pho-
tography, made decisions concerning the
type of print to be used, the design of the
cover, and the theme. Other staff members
assisted section editors and helped Where
possible. The major staff for the 1964 an-
nual was chosen from the juniors of this
Editor Sally Pennigar, Business Manager Charles
Van Wagner, and Advisor Mr. Browne check the
arrangement of the sections of the annual.
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endeavors to produce award-Winning annual
This year, the Mustang staff received rec-
ognition for the superior annuals that have
been published in previous years. The
Charlotte News printed a picture article
concerning the printing and publication of
One of the changes in the layout of the
annual was the three-column page, a big
change from the two-column spread design
which the Mustang has had for the last
three years. Through the new arrangement
it was easier to vary layouts and to alter-
nate picture sizes.
Budget for the publication of the yearbook
was obtained through the sale of ads and
sponsorships and profit from the sale of
pictures and the individual sale of annuals.
There was no special ad staff this year, but
the efforts of the entire staff made it possi-
ble to reach the goal of S1500 set for ads
Seniors received their copies of the 1963
Mustang at the Senior Banquet at the end
of May. Underclassmen received their an-
nuals the next school day.
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Classes staff assistants check identification of class pictures and correct names. Mary Spigener, Ann Hawn
.lane Graham, ,lane Patterson, Janie Wade, Donna McCorkle, Geoffrey Schott, and Laura Allen.
Major staff members of the Mustang discuss ideas from last yearis annual. Clubs Editor Susan Stafford,
Classes Editor Stella Alexander, Sports Editor Tommy Spencer, Features Editor Kitty Kuester, Photog-
raphy Editor Morris McEwen, Organizations Editor Bernadette Scott, and Treasurer ,lefi Mitchiner.
Assistant Business Manager Ann Robey and Business Managers Sue Whitley and Suzie Pharr plan the ad
section for a 'Spark edition. They planned all ad layouts as well as being responsible for ad sales.
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By publishing ten issues of the MyerSpark
this year, the 'Spark staff enabled students
to be aware of the activities at Myers Park
and of the achievements of individual stu-
dents. The 'Spark sponsored the annual
election of a L'il Abner and Daisey Mae for
the Sadie Hawkins Dance in April. Mone-
tary votes were counted for each candidate
and the proceeds placed in the 'Spark treas-
ury. The 'Spark also was responsible for the
election of a King and Queen of Hearts for
the February Valentine's Day Dance. One
of the largest issues of the 'Spark came out
before the Christmas holidays. Money was
raised for the extra-large edition from ads
bought by clubs, homerooms, and organiza-
tions in the school.
Left: Rolfe Kennedy and Sports Editor Bill Crothers trim individual sports pictures. Right: Andrea Whit-
field, Copy Editor jackie Stroupe, and Diane Triplett read the copy to cheek for mistakes.
Two reporters, Judy Lloyd and Ellen Martin, pre- Typists for the MyerSpark staff work to prepare preliminary copy and that to be turned in to the printer.
pare to distribute papers to the homerooms. Freda Rothell, Susan Miller, and Dot Lawing type all stories written by staff members.
f evelops journalistic abilities
The editorial set-up on the M yerS park staff
differed this year from previous years. In
former years, there were two editorsg how-
ever, this year there was a single Editor-in-
Chief who was responsible for all the work
done by the staff. Other editors were the
Business Managers, Features Editor, and
Sports Editor. Three new positions were
created: Managing Editor, who arranged
the layout of the paperg Copy Editor, who
proofread copy, and Assistant Business
Manager, who assisted the Business Man-
ager. Ten reporters completed the staff.
Their job was to report pertinent news
stories, write interesting feature articles,
and sell ads.
Regular columns in the newspaper were
Spark Plugs written by Ellen Martin, Stu-
dent of the Issue feature, and Sidelines by
Caroline Elliot. Candid news concerning
different students was related in Spark
Plugs and Sidelines. Outstanding Seniors
were honored by being selected as Student
of the Issue. The sports section kept stu-
dents aware of team and individual stand-
ings in all sports at Myers Park.
Through a course in Journalism, sopho-
mores and juniors received training for
placement on the newsp-aper staff. journal-
ism taught the principles of editing and
publishing a high school newspaper.
Editor-in-Chief Barbara Dowd and Mr. Sizer, the newspaper advisor, discuss the 'Sparlfs recent mail. The
editor is responsible for the arrangement of the paper and for writing most editorials.
Reviewing back issues of the newspaper for unusual ideas, Managing Editor Sally Ervin and Features
Editor Caroline Elliot compare editions. The position of Managing Editor was created this year.
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Proofreaders Diana Cook and Carol Presley check
spelling and punctuation in a news story.
Barbara Dowd and Caroline Elliot check the lay-
out of the 'Spark on the galleys at the printer's
shop before the paper goes to press.
Nancy Dawson leads French Club members in 'Sainte Nuit,' one of many Christmas carols sung at a
meeting prior to Christmas holidays. Carols familiarized members with Yule season in France.
French Club. Treasurer Martha Dulin, President Alice Weldon, Inga Nakling prepare posters an-
Nancy Manning, Secretary Marian Ellis. nouncing French movies shown in spring.
Discussing life in Peru with Amigo are, clockwise, Beverly Brown, Connie Mascho, and Jill Schaeffer.
Amigos and MP students found there was much they could learn from each other.
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Through their various clubs the Spanish,
French, and Latin students at Myers Park
get vivid ideas about ancient Rome and the
numerous French- and Spanish-speaking
countries. These clubs are designed to com-
plement the students' classroom studies.
Jean Paul Loevenbruck, an exchange stu-
dent from France, was the first speaker for
the French Club. Adopting a French orphan
headed the clubls program this year.
AFS student speaks to Spanish Club members
about the country and customs of Peruvian people.
Spanish Club oflicers. Sitting: Treasurer Knight,
President Thompson. Standing: Secretary Long.
supports orphan in France
Latin students had an active year, which
began in early fall with the announcement
that their scrapbook of Latin Week activi-
ties won first place in a state-wide contest.
The November meeting had a Thanksgiv-
ing atmosphere with the discussion of
Roman harvest festivals. Saturnalia, a
pagan celebration later replaced by Christ-
mas, was the theme of the December meet-
ing. With spring came the annual trip to
the Latin convention in Chapel Hill and
celebration of Latin Week.
Operation Amigo topped the program of the
Spanish Club for 1963. Sponsored by The
Charlotte Observer, Operation Amigo pro-
vided Myers Park students with the oppor-
tunity of having Peruvian students live in
their homes for two weeks. While attending
school with their hosts, the Amigos fasci-
nated Mustangs with their Peruvian ideas
and fluent Spanish. At the Christmas party,
Spanish folk songs, Christmas carols and
refreshments highlighted the evening of
Clubbers enact Latin version of Christmas Pageant. Kneeling: Rebekah Crockett, Jill ReVille, and Debby
Smith. Standing: Philip Shore and Mary Spurrier. All parts were played by Hrst-year Latin students.
of shorthand do so in the Pen Pushers Club.
Girls with "A" and "B" averages in short-
hand are permitted to join. As their school
project the girls sell stationery with the
scho-ol's name and a Mustang on the top.
Oflicers. Standing: Scrapbook Chairman Nan
Perry, Sec. Bette Masters, V. Pres. Sue Whitley.
Sitting: Treas. Libby Nelson, Pres. Pat Veasy.
Top: Latin Club officers. Front row: Treas. Ingle,
V. Pres. Fallis. Second row: Sec. Hill, Pres.
Greene. Bottom: Leland Scliantes and Norwood
Selby entertain at Latin Club meeting.
Pen Pushers assist facult with paper work
Students desiring to utilize their knowledge Demonstrating use of business machines, clubbers Carol Hanks, Janet Stayer. Sharon Broome. and Nancy
Adams put their knowledge into practice which will prove beneficial in future secretarial work.
Sophomore Y-teens officers. See.-Treas. Betsy
Jones, V. Pres. Ellen Law, Pres. Linda Kee.
teens. Front row: Pres. Teat, V. Pres. Schott.
ci row: Sec. Jones, Treas. Johnston.
Sr. Y-teeners Morrison, Martin, Allen, Whitfield,
and Beatty load goods for needy family.
Y-teen volunteers collect for March of Dimes
Top: Sr. Y-teens. Crosholl, inter-club rep.g Townsley, treas.g
Dowd. chaplain: Ed. v. pres.: Myers. pres. Bottom: Juniors eo
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Mulwee, inter-club rep., Diamaduros, sec
llect for March of Dimes.
As a branch of the YWCA, the Y-teen
youth groups have led sophomore, junior,
and senior girls at Myers Park into many
worthwhile tasks. Collecting for the March
of Dimes, all three Y-teen clubs did an ex-
cellent job of serving their fellow man. The
club presidents put forth much Work in
organizing and collecting for this drive.
In October, the Senior Y -teen Club had an
interesting speaker who spoke about a
career in nursing. With the help of Mrs.
Smith as advisor, the senior girls obtained
the name of a needy family from the Wel-
fare department and gathered clothing and
food in order to bring Christmas to this less
junior Y-teeners, aided by Mrs. Elliot, also
brought Christmas cheer to a needy family.
Powell Huitt, a student at East Mecklen-
burg, talked to the club about his trip
abroad as an exchange student on the city-
to-city exchange program.
In their first year at Myers Park the Sopho-
more Y-teens, with Mrs. White as their
advisor, made posters to publicize the bar-
becue at the school.
Top: Jeff Mitchiner and Faison Kuester run projector for Senior Hi-Y movie "From Here to Eternity."
Bottom: Larry Saunder, Fred Walton, and Clay Kimball paint press box for Junior Hi-Y project.
Jr. Hi-Y boys play in Hi-Y Basketball League at
YMCA. Both Hi-Y clubs participated in league.
Jr. Hi -Y returns 66Hack the Hudson" to campus
Jr. Hi-Y. Front row: Treas. Eleazer, Chaplain
Benoit. Second row: Sec. Tarleton, Pres. Gilmour.
Clubs especially active on the Myers Park
campus this year are the junior and Senior
Hi-Y's. As in the past, the spirit of the
school has been stimulated by their leader-
On the Myers Park campus, the junior
Hi-Y has set an example of school spirit.
Early to rise on the morning of the October
barbecue, this energetic group spent the day
serving plate dinners to customers. How-
ever, the most memorable project of this
club was perhaps the revival of battering
the old jalopy. Eve-ryone's tension during
exam week was thus relieved by "Hacking
With every bit of traditional enthusiasm,
the Senior Hi-Y has led Myers Park during
1962-63. Many times on the afternoon pre-
ceding a big game day, this active group
arrayed the Math Building with green and
white. During Christmas the boys also
found plenty of time to help a needy family
see the old year through in comfort. Show-
ing the academy award-winning film "From
Here to Eternity" was this club's major
Sr. Hi-Y. Sitting: Treas. McCarity, Pres. Harris
Sfllflfllillgf V. Pres. St. George. Sec. DuBose.
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Standing: liahs Bentley and Sally Meachum. Sit-
ting: Joyce Johnstone, Emily Crouse discuss pro-
grams and projects for monthly meetings to aid
girls in becoming better future homemakers.
FH is host to count rall
Mrs. Dorothy Ridings, fashion editor at the
Observer, tells girls the spring fashion news that
she has gathered from her recent trip to New
York to view the styles for this season.
Striving to aid girls in becoming better
homemakers for tomorrow, the Future
Homemakers of America club at Myers
Park offers many good ideas through pro-
grams for this purpose.
Before Christmas, a meeting was held at
the Piedmont Natural Gas Company Where
their home demonstrator gave many help-
ful hints on fixing Christmas decorations.
At the February meeting, Mrs. Dorothy
Ridings, the fashion editor at the Observer,
spoke to the club on the coming spring
As a main event of the year, Myers Park
was host to the Mecklenburg County Fu-
ture Homemakers of America rally held in
our auditorium on February 28. The theme,
"When You Educate a Woman," was em-
phasized through the speeches given during
Red Cross helps uban refugees in Florida
Sunny Beam, Beth Rose-berry organize material for Red Cross scrapbook containing pictures and articles
of our school which will give some idea of American life through MP activities.
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As a chapter of the national organization,
the Myers Park junior Red Cross involves
almost every student in its worthy en-
deavors. For Christmas the homerooms
filled gift boxes to send to Cuban refugees
in Miami. The representatives are complet-
ing a scrapbook of our school to send to a
school in another country.
Red Cross officers. V. Pres. Jackie Stroupe, Sec.-
Treas. Becky Johnston, Pres. Ron Dougherty.
DE Club. Front row: Cates, Frazier, Hawes, Harding. S. Smith, LaPointe, Wise, Howard, L. Smith. Sec-
ond row: Jackson, McGowan, Broome. S. Dodson, Shaw, East. Hunt, Craven, Nash. Third row: Raborn
Mathews, Hayes, J. Dodson, Hudson, Anderson, Lonon, Miller, Turk. Fourth row: Clinard, Farris, Spencer,
Kologiski, Dwight, Burdette. Fifth row: Capristo. Snyder, and Snead.
DE Club members pursue job opportunities
The Distributive Education Club, which
incorporates job opportunities with aca-
demic study, was led this year by President
Francis Snyder and advised by Mrs. Bur-
gess. In order to prepare themselves for
their respective roles in the business world,
the members enrolled in either DE I or DE
II. In DE I, job application, advertising,
and salesmanship were studied, While in
DE II, the topics for discussion were eco-
nomics, business psychology, business in-
surance, business law, and public speaking.
A long-distance operator, DE Club member Sandra
Harding, holds a job at Bell Telephone Co.
In addition to preparing displays for the
Student Center showcases, the club engaged
in several service projects. During the
Christmas season, the club sponsored a
needy family and held a Christmas party
for the children of the family. With the
other Distributive Education clubs in
Mecklenburg County, the club set up a local
scholarship fund in cooperation with the
national Distributive Education scholarship
fund. The club's Spring project enabled
students to become more aware of Myers
Parks spring athletic teams.
Peggy Hawes, an employee of Be-lk's Department
Store, works at a calculator totaling receipts.
DE Club officers. Sitting: Sec. D. Whisnant, Treas.
Wise. Standing: Pres. Snyder, Sec. K. Whisnant.
FTA members Conne Hicks, treasurer, and Alice Ann Kimel give instructions to students preparing to
take test. Giving tests is one of club's efforts to familiarize girls with teaching.
Engineer clubs form city unit
Boys interested in engineering find an outlet
to further their interests in the Engineer's
Club. In room P7 a library which houses
college catalogues of outstanding engineer-
ing colleges in the country has been estab-
The club, under the direction of President
Chic Myers, organized the Inter-City Engi-
neerls Club which is composed of five Char-
lotte high schools, South, East, West,
Garinger, and Myers Park. These schools
joined together for the purpose of improv-
ing the program in order to entice talented
students into engineering careers. A joint
Engineer's Club oiiicers. Sitting: V. Pres. Lauppe
and Secretary Glenn. Standing: Pres. Myers and
meeting of all the clubs and members was
held, and speeches were made by outstand-
ing engineers and scientists. At these meet-
ings, speakers from General Electric Missile
Department, the government Missile De-
partment, and the government Nuclear Sub
Department ,presented facts about engineer-
ing in their fields.
Interesting field trips were made to NC
State College and Georgia Tech. There they
toured the laboratories. One of the many
trips the club made to industries to observe
how engineers apply their knowledge was to
the Nuclear Reactor in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Girls in FT '
Girls who desire to make a career of teach-
ing join the Future Teachers of America
Club. Faculty members find the girls most
helpful in grading papers and giving tests.
Some members of the club help as library
and oflice assistants, others teach Sunday
school and kindergarten. At the state-Wide
and county-wide meetings club members
campaign wholeheartedly for their candi-
dates for state ofiices. Toni Honey served
as president of the county FTA along with
recording-secretary Alice Ann Kimel. Thus,
through their activities, these girls have
served their school, county, and state, as
well as themselves.
Oliicers of FTA are Peggy Palmer, secretaryg
Jackie Stroupe, v. pres., and Anne Ward, pres.
Preparing to take field trip to Georgia Tech are Engineer's Club members, clockwise, Tom Lauppe, Bob
Glenn, Saxby Chaplin, Chic Myers, Jimmy Raines, and John Canipe. At Tech they observed classes in
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daughter whom they intend to wed to their nephew. Arsenic and Old Lace was presented as the Junior-
Senior Class Play, under the direction of the Limelighters and their advisor Miss Mclnnis.
pperclassmen produce Arsenic
This year, the Limelighters Club actively
participated in drama productions held in
the new auditorium. The Limelighters di-
rected the Talent Show at the beginning of
the first semester and produced and directed
the hilarious Junior-Senior play, Arsenic
and Old Lace. The Talent Show played a
large part in the entertainment of the Stu-
dent Council Convention.
Ten of the more experienced members of
Limelighters this year procured a charter
for membership in the Thespian Society, a
national society for young actors and ac-
tresses. Membership in this society is based
Officers. Treas. French Boyd, Sec. Bill Haake,
Pres. Merry Craig, and V. P. Mike Ambrose.
Chuck McConnell, Susan Marney, and Stan Hub-
bard rehearse a scene from '4Wedded, But No
Wife," presented by sophomores in March.
and ld Lace
upon service, participation, and a sincere
interest in dramatics. Several Limelighters,
having achieved a minimum number of
points based upon service to the club, were
initiated into the Thespian Society during
the second semester. For their project of the
year the Thespians produced one of the
one-act plays given in the Spring.
Limelighter rehearsals for the annual three
one-act plays began in February. The three
plays undertaken were 'tWedded But No
Wife," "The Long Silence," and '4The
Summons of Sarie1."
In the Spring, the district festival for the
Raleigh Shoemaker, believing he is Teddy Roosevelt.
production of one-act plays was held at
Myers Park. This festival provided the
actors and actresses in the one-acts the
chance to be criticized by judges and to be-
come more aware of the opportunities in
dramatics available to them. Those plays
which received a superior rating at the
district festival entered competition in the
state festival at the University of North
Carolina and Winthrop College.
The year's work was climaxed at the school
award's assembly, when top actors and ac-
tresses received recognition for the work
they had done.
greets Bill Jeffries, whose girlfriend Townley Spratt
reaches for her purse, during a scene from Arsenic and Old Lace presented in December.
Ann McNeill accompanies Diane Mclntire as she
practices "The Lord's Prayer" for a devotional.
Choir officers. Pres. M. J. Campen, V. P. J. Rob-
bins, Sec. E. Mulwee, and Treas. N. Henderson.
Mr. Cronstedt. choir director, leads the choir in singing Christmas carols at the Park Road Shopping
Center. The choir's singing entertained Christmas shoppers and attracted crowds of listeners.
Choir madrigals win awards
In September, the chorus and A Cappella
Choir opened their series of performances in
an assembly presenting Myers Park's new
auditorium to the students. This year many
students elected to take chorus, and the
choir was the largest Myers Park has ever
had. Also during the Fall, the chorus sang
for the North Carolina State Student Coun-
cil Congress held at Myers Park. Portions
of Handel's Messiah were presented for the
annual Christmas assembly. During the
holiday season, the choir, braving bitterly
cold weather, sang Christmas carols at the
Park Road Shopping Center and at the
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Myers Park's A Cappella Choir. Front row: Mclntire, Richards, Wright, Gilmour, Henderson, Jarrell,
Shanks, Le Conte, Thompson, Rhyne, Hutchinson, Eaker. Second row: Mulwee. Jewell, Benton, Miller,
Rehm, Phillips. Barnes, Campen, McNeill, Reich, Stewart, Bain. Newland. Third row: Dixon, White,
Ward, Trapp, Ball, Dawson, Snepp, Matthews. McMillan, Bynum, Lucas, Hite, Thompson, McRae, Flynn.
Fourth row: Hamilton. Ducker, Davis, Myers, Connelly, Mosely, Mays, Schwantes, Robbins, Barden,
Harris, Brownscomlie. Tillman, Scott, Stoneliam, Mitchiner, Landrey, and Williams.
A boys' ensemble, newly formed this year,
performed in Charlotte-area churches and
at the convention in Durham, North Caro-
lina. Two madrigals, each composed of
eight singers in a mixed chorus, entered
competition at Mars Hill, North Carolina.
In the Spring, the chorus joined the orches-
tra in the presentation of the Broadway
musical, Oklahoma! A musical interpreta-
tion of the Easter message, The Seven Last
Words, was presented in assembly, at which
time several solo parts were performed. The
choir and chorus concluded a productive
year by providing music for the commence-
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New facilities in Myers Park's auditorium
provided further opportunities for the or-
chestra. Two school assemblies were held:
one, the annual Christmas production of
Handel's M essiahg the other, a program of
popular classical works. Another Christmas
program combined the talents of the orches-
tra and choir in a rendition of traditional
Christmas music for parents as well as
The All-State Orchestra convened at Myers
Park in the latter part of january. Out-
standing musicians from North Carolina
joined together to produce an afternoon of
music which was open to the public. Eight
members of Myers Park's orchestra partici-
pated in this orchestra. The Workshop
Orchestra provided an opportunity for eight
other members of the Myers Park Orchestra
to further themselves musically.
The Charlotte Symphony provided two
orchestra members, Ken Avent and David
Hoag, the opportunity and honor of per-
forming in the Charlotte Symphony Or-
chestra. They played in various programs
produced in Ovens Auditorium. Several
scholarships were offered to the more tal-
ented orchestra members for study in
various summer music camps throughout
Myers Park's All-State Orchestra members played with North Carolina musicians. Ken Avent, Jimmy
Childress, Steve Barden, Billy Bigharn, Lucy Clark, Libby Beattie, Bette Mclntyre, and Carmen Woods.
Orchestra officers. -V. P. Betsy Strawn, Pres. Bill
Bolen, and Sec.-Treas. Georgia Knight.
Mr. Minis, orchestra director, conducts during the
evening production of Christmas music.
Orchestra. Violins: Woods, Mclntyre, McCorkle, Lanning, Holder, Reed, Cates, Lineberger, Knight
Crosson, Holdredge, Beam, Huff, Ray, Venable, Land. Snapp. Leftwich, Schreiber. Violas: Strawn, Price,
Shoemaker, McCauley. Cellos: C. Horne, Mullen, McNeill. Pratt, Campbell, Davis. D. Horne, Strickland
Basses: Powers, Glenn, Howren. Harp: Clark. Flutes: Nordman, Harding. Oboes: Barden. Weber. Clari-
nets: James, Williams, Travis. Curtis. Bass Clarinet: Hopkins. Bassoon .' Bigham. French Horns: Berry
Crawford, Brownscombe, Duckworth. Trumpets: Smith, Weldon, Brown. Trombones: Childress, Segrest
Dente. P8f!'llSSll0I1f Yarborough, Caudle, Cromartie. Timpfzni: Bolen, and Director Minis.
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Horns: Berry, F. Reece, Higgins, Cassels, Brownscombe, Rollow. Baritones: Avent, Howe, Reed. Trum-
pets: C. Aiken, Holmes, Brown, L. Austin, Mallary, Ellis, Richardson, Wakeheld, Lavine, Faulkenberry,
Green. Trombones: Childress, Dente, Helms, Segrest, Schworm, Fuller. Basses: Duncan, Selby, Hawkins,
Metger. Percussion: Mauney, Lowder, Schwantes, Hoag, ,l. Aiken, Lee, Renfro, Ward. String Basses:
Powers, Spurlin. Flutes: Beattie, Clark, Bordsen, Sibley, Gillespie, Harrison. Oboes: Parker, Wertz.
Bassoons: Lineberger, Hobbs, Bigham, Orr. Alto Clarinets: Venable, Eakes. Bass Cltzrinels: Hopkins,
Hobbs, Camp, Crawford. E-Flat Clarinet: Williams. B-Flat Clarinets: Travis, Santen, James, Hemphill,
Collins, Caldwell, Howie, Burkhead, Strickhouser, Schmidt, Baker, Smith, Kantsios, Starnes, Trice, and
Majorettes. Clockwise: L. Lindgren, B. Sizer, Head
L. Beattie, P. Harris, and B. Gillespie.
Attractive new uniforms, purchased through
donations and proceeds from the sale of
candy, enhanced the appearance of Myers
Park's band. On February 11, the concert
band, joined by junior high students, per-
formed in the auditorium. Finale from "The
New World Symphony," HHis Honorfl
"Overture Zampa," selections from The
Sound of Music, and "Rhapsody in Blue"
with Betsy Strawn as piano soloist were
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Many formations were devised for half-time
activities during the football season, with
themes drawn from popular songs and spe-
cial interests of the band members. The
marching band played an integral part in
encouraging school spirit at football games
in addition to participation in several
parades during the year, including the
Carousel parade, the Veteran's Day parade,
and the Shrine Bowl parade.
The band and lettergirls, spelling out L'MP,' during half-time ceremonies of the Myers Park-Gastonia foot-
ball game, entertain the crowd and display their ability of making intricate formations.
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son prepare to sell programs before a MP game.
In the Spring, the band participated in a
contest involving bands from western North
Carolina schools. The contest was held on
March 20, in Hickory, North Carolina.
Bands played in groups rated from grades
one through six. This year, Myers Park's
band was placed in grade five. A concert
program was presented near the close of the
school year. Band members played both
classical and modern music selections.
- Proudly bearing the banner of their school, the Myers Park Hag bearers, with the majorettes, lettergirls,
and band members represent Myers Park in the Veteran's Day parade of early December.
The five majorettes had new fire-a-ton uni-
forms this year. The majorettes performed
with the band during half-time activities at
football games and marched in parades in
which the band participated. Two t'Millie
Mustangs" personified the Mustang spirit
at football games and pep rallies. Spelling
out "Myers Park" on their respective
sweaters, the lettergirls marched during
half-time activities and in parades.
Myers Park Drum Majors Bobby Garner and David
Berry prepare to lead the band in a formation.
Myers Park Lettergirls. Hope Zaccagni, Townley Spratt, Sally Boger, Nancy Honeycutt, Martha Dulin,
Head Lettergirl Betsy Strawn, Lynne Wilson, Lyttleton Rich, Sally Bain, and Georgia Knight.
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Head cheerleader ,lan Rouzer unified the efforts
of the elieerleaflers in backing Mustang teams.
By cheering the Mustangs to victorious
seasons in football and basketball, the nine
cheerleaders encouraged school spirit and
unity. They organized pep rallies in the
gym and stadium before important games.
Their enthusiasm was shown at the rainy
Garinger game where their spirit was not
dampened. They led the cheers of the re-
maining spectators after the game was re-
sumed. To show their appreciation, the
varsity football team at their awards ban-
quet presented each cheerleader with a
miniature silver megaphone.
The cheerleaders for the junior varsity foot-
ball and basketall teams were chosen in the
Fall. Through encouraging unity among the
sophomore class, the junior varsity cheer-
leaders enabled the sophomores to establish
themselves as a more integral part of the
Carolyn He-at-ook sells Vickie Pettit basketball program as Chris Small buys one from Toni Honey.
Program sales are ltearlefl by Mustang Club. Volunteers from club turn out at each football and basket-
ball game in support of their teams. Club gives quality points to volunteers.
One of the largest clubs in the school is the
Mustang Club. Deviating from their cus-
tomary procedure, the club selected mem-
bers from all three classes this Fall: sopho-
mores who had been voted into the club by
their classmates, and juniors and seniors who
had been voted in on a point-system basis.
The Mustang Club works to further school
spirit. At football games the members spon-
sor a card section and sell programs at these
games and at the basketball games. Often
the clubbers decorated the halls in school
colors. For the championship game in
Greensboro the club provided signs to go on
the sides of the buses. Along with basketball
season came the annual student-faculty
game. Through these efforts the clubbers
help to carry out the purpose of their club:
to increase the pep and enthusiasm of the
Mustang Club officers. Front row: Pres. Jimmy
Davis, Treas. Sally Bain. Second row: Sec. Birch
Libford and V. Pres. Lyttleton Rich.
.lean Miller Roberta Frost Carol Lee Scholtz Sara .-Xlexander
and Monogram lub speak out for more spirit
Lettermen at Myers Park work together as
the Monogram Club to help their school.
New members taken into the club each year
must have both athletic ability and the will-
ingness to give of their time and effort in
the clubls activities.
This alert group of boys found many ways
of improving the MP campus. They clean
trash from the grounds and plan to erect a
permanent f'Welcome'l sign at the entrance
to the school. Their selling booster cards
spreads school spirit over the Whole campus.
After football season, the boys, in prepara-
tion for track season, take down the stadium
bleachers. Probably the club's most bene-
ficial job is the regulation of traffic. The
members register cars, direct traffic, issue
citations, and conduct traffic court. At the
annual North-South Red Cross meeting, the
boys volunteered to park cars.
Monogram Club members Phil Chapman and Mike Richey pile boards from bleachers. Club makes removal
of bleachers before track season one of its projects. Club pledges also worked on project to prove their
Junior varsity cheerleaders. Knee1z'ng.' Martha Cray Cochrane. Cheryl Brittain. Head Pam Dellinger. Sue
Woods, Eleanor Squires. Smncling: Jill Wilsoii, Carolyn Britt. Betsy Murrell. and Patsy Rouzer.
Officers: Johnny Richards. secretary: Bill Wieldoii,
presidentg George Elliott. vice prcsidentg and
Dick Starnes, treasurer admire trophies.
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Dr. Phillips is new superintendent of schools '
Dr. A. Craig Phillips
Superintendent of Schools
Myers Park's strongest attribute lies in its
faculty. These teachers commit themselves
to educing the imaginations of students and
to prodding them to make their own de-
Under the supervision of Dr. Lewis and the
other members of his administration, the
school has produced fifteen National Merit
scholarship finalists. Dr. A. Craig Phillips,
new school superintendent, effected a more
unified system of school management.
Dr. Laird William Lewis
Without the continuing interest and pa-
tience of Dean of Girls Miss Gunter and
counselors Miss Sifford and Mr. Feimster,
students would not have the essential guid-
ance in planning their future. Mr. Sheppard,
in addition to being Dean of Boys, regu-
lates the school store and snack bar, han-
dles the state text book rental system, and
is athletic coordinator. As assistant princi-
pal Mr. Powell aids students with the
many problems confronting them through-
out the year.
Mr. George P. Powell
Returning to Myers Park, Miss Baker has
initiated the senior classics course, which
gives more students an opportunity for
literary study. Other new teachers coming
to Myers Park include Mr. Cross, Mrs.
Harrell, Mrs. Brosius, Mrs. Elliott, Mr.
Fulcher, Miss Rogers, Miss Woodruff, Mrs.
Gravely, Mrs. White, Mr. Lee, Miss March,
Mr. jaynes, Mrs. Guerrant, and Miss Rivi-
ere. Mrs. Clary has assumed the position
of treasurer of the school.
Miss Frances Marian Gunter Mr. Porter Sheppard Miss Patsy L. Sifford Mr. Ernest D. Feimster
Dean of Girls Dean of Boys Counselor Counselor
Administration initiates eight-period-day schedule
Miss MARTHA CABELL AKERS
Spanish II, III, IV
Advisor: Spanish Club
MR. STUART BEAMON ALLEN
Advisor: Monogram Club
Coach: Football, Track
Miss EVELYN BAKER
English 11, Senior Classics
MR. VERNON LOWERY BOOTH
Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing
Miss ELIZABETH BRICE
English 10, 12
Social, Scholarship Committees
MR. GLENN R. BRIDGES
Advisor: School Spirit Committee
MRs. LAURA LOVINA BROSIUS
English 10, Geometry, Algebra II
Advisor: Honor Society
MR. GLENN LESLIE BROWNE
English 11, Photography
Advisor: The Mustang
MRs. ELINOR F. BURGESS
Distributive Education I, II
Advisor: DE Club, Varsity Cheerleaders
Miss JEAN R. CARMICHAEL
MR. WILLIAM GRANT CLOANINGER
Shorthand, Typing I, Personal Typing
Advisor: Key Club
Coach: Cross Country, Tennis
MR. B. J. COBLE
Plane Geometry, Algebra III, Algebra.-Trig,
Miss WILLA DONNELLE COLEMAN
MRS. CATHRINE D. Cox
French III, IV
Advisor: French Club
MR. CARL G. N. CRONSTEDT
Myers Park recelves complete
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MR. LANDRUM LEE CROSS
Advisor: Chess Club
MRS. SUSIE WILKIE DEVEREUX
MISS DOROTHY ELIZABETH DIXON
French II, III
Advisor: Varsity Cheerleaders
MRS. DORIS W. ELLIOTT
Advisor: lunior Y-teens
MRS. EDNA GALLOWAY FLETCHER
Advisor: Red Cross
MR. CHARLES S. FULCI-IER
Physics, Senior Science
Advisor: Engineers, Radio,
Great Books Clubs
MRS. CAROLYN PARK Goon
Advisor: Honor Society
MRS. MARGARET M. GRAVELY
MRS. RUTH CRAUSE GUERRANT
Spanish I, French I
Advisor: Spanish Club
MRS. MARY ALEXANDER HARRELL
English 10, 12, World History
MISS JANE HARRISON
Typing II, Business Law, Shorthand II,
General Office Practice, Machines
Advisor: Pen Pushers
MISS MARY HAZEL HATCHETTE
Advisor: Honor Society
MISS LOUISE ERWIN HUTCHISON
MR. OVAL JAYNES
Algebra I, II, General Math II
Advisor: Sophomore Hi-Y
Coach: Football, Wrestling
MRS. VIRGINIA MILLER JOHNSON
from outhern Association: no
MR. THAD ALLAN JONES
Advisor: Senior Hi-Y
MR. EDWIN M. KISER
Algebra II, General Math II,
Advisor: Mustang Club
MISS OMA CLARE LAFFERTY
MRS. BETTY T ILLEY LANCASTER
Advisor: Sophomore Y-teens
MR. JOHNNY HAYDEN LEE
Problems of Democracy, Economics
Advisor: Junior Hi-Y
Coach: Football, Intramurals
MRS. EDITH S. LONG
English 11, World Literature
Advisor: Honor Society
MRS. JANEY C. LYERLY
Clothing, Family Living, Foods
MR. JOHN JOSEPH MCCANN
World Geography, World History
Advisor: Key, Monogram Clubs
Coach: Swimming, Intramurals
Miss LAURA SCHAFER MCINNES
English 11, Speech, Drama
MR. LESTER HAROLD MCNEELY
MISS MARY ELIZABETH MACFIE
MRS. HELEN LEACH MACON
Advisor: Citizenship Committee
MISS MAY MORRISON MARCH
MR. SPENCER R. MIMS
MISS WINNIE DAVIS MOORE
Biology, Biology II
MR. JOHN DANIEL MOOSE JR.
Advisor: Traffic, House and
MISS NINA A. NELSON
MISS MARGARET NEWLAND
Sh 12, Advanced Placement English
Miss JEAN PHIEER
MR. AUGUSTUS BUCHANAN PURcEI.I.
MIss JEssIE RANRIN
Administrative, Faculty, Scholarship
Miss CORNELIA LAVON RIVIERE
MRs. LILLIAN B. ROGERS
English 10, Latin I
Advisor: Latin Club
stud at schools, Workshops
MRS. ELIZABETH SIFFORD RoTAN
Miss LAURA GAIL SINGLETON
MR. RICHARD VVAITE SIZER
English 10, German I, Journalism I,
Advisor: Debate Club, 'Spark
MRs. NIARY BARNETTE SMITH
Algebra III, Plane Geometry
Advisor: Senior Y-teens
Mlss FAYE EVANGELINE STEWART
Bookkeeping, Typing I
Advisor: Handbook Committee
MR. STEVE DOUGLAS WALLIN
Algebra III, Analytic Geometry
MRS. ADDIE JANE WHITE
Advisor: Sophomore Y-teens
Miss ETHEL JULIA WHITLEY
SMSG Geometry, Solid Geometry
Mrss BILLIE BURCH WOODRUFF
MRS. IRENE L. WRIGHT
Latin II, III, IV
Advisor: Latin Club
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Many of our teachers, over thirty per cent
to be exact, reversed their roles and became
students this summer. Mr. Cloaninger and
Miss March both earned Masters degrees.
Of the fourteen others attending summer
classes, five upheld the Myers Park tradi-
tion for scholarships by studying under
grants either from the National Science
Foundation or the PTA. Five remained
close to home to receive instruction at
U.N.C. while the others scattered in vari-
ous directions. The farthest Hung was Miss
Riviere who traveled all the way to Scot-
land to study at Edinburgh University.
Though not primarily for study purposes,
Mrs. Macon and Miss Newland also spent
the summer abroad - uabsorbing culture"
as Miss Newland phrased it. Other mem-
bers of our faculty attended workshops and
panels, four out of six in connection with
Outside activities keep our faculty busy
during the school year as well as in the
summer. Three serve on NCEA committees
while five others work on ones at the city-
county level. Mrs. Wright is president of
the NCCA. Miss Whitley is a member of
the Advisory Committee for Mathematics
created under Title III of the National
Defense Education Act.
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New building, improved parking added to MP
Mr. Matthew E. Breeden Mrs. Ethel Clary Mrs. Juanita Conger Mrs. Alma Mr-Cracken Mrs. T. Christy 'Nlathews
Maintenance Engineer Treasurer Secretary Nurse Dietitian
in fine arts
Adding diversification to basic subjects, the
fine arts curriculum offered several new
courses to Myers Parks students. Dra-
matics provided instruction in acting, public
speaking, and in applying make-up for a
Senior classics, a new semester course,
brought the study of outstanding world
literature to seniors to help them more
fully appreciate the beliefs and customs of
their neighbors, past and present.
In music, two courses continued to aid in
achieving a well-balanced education. Choir
and orchestra developed potential talent
through daily practice. These groups per-
formed such classics as Handel's Messiah
but also brought into their repertoire con-
Finally, in general art, the number of
courses increased. Beginners learned new
skills in painting and drawing while return-
ing students became more adept.
In senior classics Andy Hensley gives an oral report with illustrations on Greek literature
Acting out a scene of a play provides daily practice in the dramatics class. Ricky Dancy, Stan Hubbard, Mr. Mims directs the orchestra in their daily
Merry Craig, and Cathey Miller perform in front of their classmates as an audience. practice to develop students' muS1C61 3b1l1tY
Soelal, cultural program through language arts
In language arts, each student had an op-
portunity to study literature, foreign lan-
guages, history, and psychology. As a result,
language arts became one of the richest
programs at Myers Park. As English is re-
quired of every student, all studied Ameri-
can, British, as well as European literature.
Highlighted by the establishment of Ger-
man, the foreign language department en-
compasses four languages. The language
lab, in its fourth year, was supplemented by
tape recordings. The audio-lingual approach
to German particularly emphasized the
value of these recordings. Fourth-year
classes of French, Spanish, and Latin grew
as plans were underway to continue second-
year German classes.
After taking the required world and Ameri-
can history, many sought further knowledge
in the social sciences. Psychology returned
to Myers Park as a one-semester elective
and students filled ten classes during the
year. A new offering, world geography,
made an intensive study of geography
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Dorcas Merchant, Allison Moore, Beth Roseberry, Lifted easily by classmates Bill Hod es and Ricky
and Betty Poindexter receive instruction in Cer- Daney, David Hoag performs a psycholoay experi
man with aid of recordings from Mr. Sizer. ment involving principles of the mind
Using an atlas and a mounted map of the world, Gail Sieger and ,Ian Wuertenber tr point out the Qcan
dinavian countries to their world geography class. Students created this visual aid in class
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Operating machines and other mechanical devices found in business offices is primary objective in
machines class. Students Diane Sullivan and Bette Masters minieograph a bulletin with a duplicator.
Applied arts develop abilities in varied fields
Various topics were undertaken within the
applied arts curriculum this year. Whether
academic subjects or electives, these courses
taught students from practical application
New lab sessions provided students in
chemistry and physics more time for ex-
ploration in their fields. Whether through
distilling a substance or through testing
light rays, these science students learned
more about the composition of our earth
and its surroundings.
In clothing, foods, and family living, stu-
dents received invaluable training for their
present and their future household. The
classes in foods and clothing had lab
sessions as well as lectures. Girls were able
to learn such skills as basic sewing, smock-
ing, and embroidering. College-bound girls
found special hints and advice in planning
a basic college ensemble. ln the foods
classes, the essential elements of our diet,
meal planning, and budgeting in grocery
shopping were significant topics discussed.
In another scope of applied arts, there are
courses which also develop potential skills.
Distributive Education students become
more familiar with their future vocation by
actually being employed during the school
day. This practical experience has proved
benehcial whether or not a college educa-
tion is in the future.
Preparing for a commercial career after
high school, students found numerous aids
in the curriculum. Shorthand, typing, and
general office practice provided excellent
opportunities to acquire needed skills, dic-
taphones, computers, and other office equip-
ment Were available for the students to
operate. Business law introduced ideas and
terms with which a prospective business-
man should be familiar.
By shelving books, by classifying books
under the Dewey Decimal System, or by
categorizing magazines, a library assistant
also became more aware of how to use suc-
cessfully the library's resources.
Following the Presidents program of physi-
cal fitness, Myers Park complied with other
schools in instructing the students in physi-
cal fitness. A test, given periodically during
the year, measured the abilities and pro-
ficiency of a person. Myers Park is one of
the few high schools in the area which offers
field hockey. Soccer, football, and softball
were other outdoor sports played during the
During the year boys in the industrial arts
class learned to manipulate hand tools,
lathes, presses, planes, and sanders, in com-
pleting tables, cabinets, and bookcases.
Top: Linda Baker and Wykle Gwinn glaze jewelry
for crafts. Bottom: Ann Seawright, Margaret
James. and Susan Stafford work a logarithm.
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In preparation for a bookkeeping assignment, Learning to grocery shop within a budget proves helpful to family living students Freda Rothell and
Diane Woodside assesses some record hooks. Barbara Richardson. Practical experience gained from the course provides knowledge for a future home.
Botany, a new elective at Myers Park, makes an intensive study of the plant kingdom. ln a lah session. Rosemary Hill reaches high to volley the ball over
Bob Cunningham and Van Smith compare a cross section of wood with a larger model. the net during play period in gym class.
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Varied works of art, showing unusual talent, are produced in the advanced art class, ,limniy Cromartie
completes an original painting for his semester examination. Charcoal and pastels are also used.
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Mary Mafiitt and Lucie Lea White prepare lab
sheets from a slide in Biology II session.
Advance courses offered to talented students
Following the belief of leading educators,
Myers Park continued to have homogeneous
grouping in the basic subjects and also in a
few electives. Biology H gave students who
made above average grades in tirst year
biology and chemistry the opportunity of
continued study. Math classes continued to
have advanced courses under the School
Mathematics Study Group. In addition,
Analytic Geometry and Principles of Math
was introduced as a full-year course.
ln the junior year, students in English
Honors studied Macbeth while Honors
seniors read Hamlet. Moreover, sixteen
qualified seniors were selected to participate
in the Advanced Placement English pro-
gram. In the tield of foreign language, Latin
offered an advanced third and fourth year
to interested students. In these advanced
classes, such Roman classic writers as
Cicero and Virgil were taught.
Advanced art gave particularly talented
students additional practice in this area.
These students made exceptional use of
pastels, charcoal, watercolors, and oils in
creating their works.
Left: ln the Latin IV class, Virgil's Aeneirl is studied primarily. Barbara Brownridge and Stuart Verch
report orally on Aeneas' travels. Right: Advanced Placement English students Pam Wise. .lonny Wallas,
Kenneth Brown, and Nancy Dawson enjoy a tape recording of Hamlet while reading the play.
' ophomores, contributing new spirit, enter MP
1963 sophomore class officers, who were elected at the beginning of second semester, are Laura Hawes,
Secretary, Betsy Murrell, Vice President, Van Smith, President, and Joey Aiken, Treasurer.
Cliff Counts displays his class enthusiasm by
dropping an idea in the suggestion box.
i Enthusiasm was the key Word of the sopho-
more class this year. The class, the largest
one ever to enter Myers Park, blithely
tripped through orientation, adapted to a
new schedule, joined clubs and committees,
elected class oflicers at the semester, learned
the Alma Jllater, and chose the junior var-
' Y sity cheerleaders. Attendance by the sopho-
mores at games, dances, concerts, and other
school-sponsored functions spurs the upper
classmen into action, lest the sophomores
surpass them. The required courses of biol-
ogy, world history, English, and physical
education helped to round out the well-
planned schedule of the sophomores. Ex-
periencing two-hour examinations for the
tirst time, the sophomores learned to place
their studies in a position of primary im-
Drawn from three junior high schools, the
sophomore class united in spirit, became an
important part of the student body of
Myers Park, quickly lost the identities of
the individual junior high school, and
assumed the oneness of Myers Park. Up
and coming, the ambitious sophomores
strive towards the goal of making Myers
Park an even better school.
Ralph Pearcy and Martha Austin longingly gaze at the senior tree as they walk to their next class and
dream of the day that they will be able to sit under the tree as seniors.
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Roger Dean Abrams
Joel Weston Aiken
John William Alexander
Brenda Gail Allen
Mary Darden Allen
Charles Walter Allison
Mary Evelyn Allison
Carol Gordon Ambrose
Mary Katherine Amen
Barbara Ethel Anders
Nancy Lee Anderson
William Bruce Andrews
Corinne 'Harper Arbuckle
Allison Elizabeth Armstrong
Barbara Jean Arrendale
Rivhard Cameron Arrington
Louis Hunibert Asbury III
Charles Edward Atwell
Cherie Wood Austin
Edward Robert Austin
Martha Nan Austin
Linda Sue Ayers
Ann Hamilton Babcock
Richard Randolph Babcock
Linda Joan Bagby
Barbara Ellen Baker
Charles Edwin Baker
Douglas Brian Baker
Sharon Lynn Baker
William Erskine Baker
Robert Davidson Ballard
Gretchen Shelley Bard
Margaret Anne Barnes
Pamela Jean Barrett
Wdngate Battle III
Harriett Anne Beam
Robert Edward Beasley Jr.
Barbara Ellen Berry
Cary Franeis Biggers
Geotlrey Graham Bird
Samuel David Bishop
Vickie Vaughn Black
Elizabeth Barbara Blackmon
Paula Elaine Blackmon
Ted Alvin Blackmon
Cynthia Faye Blair
Herbert hleChord Blankenship
Carolyn Ann Babbitt
Martha Jo Bolen
Amma Carleene Bonawitz
Patty Jo Boone
-Xliee Louise Bordsen
Jauin-1' Margaret Boulwara-
Anita Jean Boyd
Nancy Brown Bradford
James Carlton Bramhall
Thomas Andrew Brantley
Carolyn Page Britt
Cheryl Ganson Brittain
Claude Upshaw Broach Jr.
Karen Dale Broome
Phillip William Broome
Jane Carol Brown
Mary Elaine Brown
Francis Lanier Bryant
Margaret Anne Buchanan
Michael Douglis Buvkaloo
Anna Minott Bullock
William White Bullock
Sylvia Ann Burgess
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Betsy Jones profits from the use of the driving machine as Linda Cattis watches with interest.
IN MEMORY or'
BRENDA GAIL ALLEN
rientation assembl h ld for ophomore Cla s
Gerald Allen Burley
Charles Paul Burnett:-
Virginia Pauline Burns
Catherine Elizabeth Butler
Susan Atlams Byerly
Joseph Henry Canlieu
.lames Davirl Cahill
Gerald Allen Call
Teresa Louise Cameron
Ann Winrbislr Campbell
James Steven Campbell
Nancy Fraser Campbell
Gary Lewis Canacly
.lohn Frank Cauipe
Michael Anthony Cantanese
Jane Elizabeth Carey
Mary Priscilla Carey
George Michael Carney
Peter Allen Carnrick
Thomas Bairtl Carrier
William Henry Carter
Richard Sims Casscls
Lutlwell Lee Chambers
Mary Elizabetll Chapman
Calcin Locke Chrisman
.lohn Darden Christensen
Peter Hanlin Clark
Elizabeth Leigh Coan
Cathleen .lane Cochrane
Martha Cray Cochrane
Carol Carr Collins
Clarenve Maleolm Collins lll
Fretleriek Lenlnartl Connell
Dixie Kay Cook
Sara Kathleen Cook
Thomas Ross Cook
Nancy Fisher Cornelius
Clifford Augustus Counts
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Park. Confronting them are books of the tenth-grade curriculum prefacing future studies.
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In the sophomore year, groundwork for a
student's high school academic future is
laid. The tenth grade marks the beginning
of study in new and broader subjects.
Certain courses are required in preparation
for graduation. In the English classes sopho-
mores study the mechanics of grammar and
various types of literature. Biology is re-
quiredg advanced students may continue
their study in chemistry and physics courses.
Algebra I and II are prerequisites for study
in higher mathematics. It is recommended
that students take world history in the tenth
grade. Foreign language courses are offered
to sophomores in French, Latin, Spanish,
Most students take physical education in
the sophomore year. Having a full schedule,
a tenth grader does not have time for many
electives but is mainly concerned with
adapting to the high school curriculum.
David Malcolm Cox
Robert Arthur Crane
Francis Dean Craver
W ,x , - A " V David Finly Crockett
I Syl Rebekah Jean Crockett
"' 1 N Q' Victoria Carter Crosland
, Sally Lynn Crothers
x Randolph Steven Crowder
Claire Judith Crump
Mary Elizabeth Culp
Robert Lightfoot Cunningham
Susan Jeanette Cutts
Kenneth Richard Dale
John Gibson Daniel
Carolyn Moore Davis
George Benjamin Davis
p- . ' Gilda Lynn Davis
'Z-Y' ' ff Susan Jo Davis
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k 2 f John Alan Deere
if Pamela Grace Dellinger
John Gordon Delph
Harry Edward DeMik
Meredith Erwin Diggle
Floyd Edmond Dixon
Judy Elaine Doster
Vlilliam Anthony Dotson
Deborah Jean Drake
George Leslie Ducker
Albert Franklin Durham
Mary Morgan Dwelle
Jay Marshall Eaker
Pamela Auten Eaker
Charles Faison Edwards
Charles Hillman Edwards
Larry Eugene Edwards
Ruby Corpening Edwards
David Separk Etird
William Alexander Eliason
Sara Anne Ellis
Larkin Stowe Ellison
Naomi Lynn Elmore
Riehartl Rieka Ertel
Frances Maria Ervin
Ann Rapelje Fairley
Brentla Lee Fasnaeht
Shirley Steele Ferguson
Katherine Lee Fesperman
Janet Susan Fletcher
Stuart Alan Fligel
David Franklin Foarsl
Frank Hartman Fogel
Robert Gill Foster
Joyee Diane Foster
Carol Ann Franklin
James Etlwarsl Freeman
W'illiam Michael Freeman
Susan Margaret Frerking
Barbara .lane Frieze
Iacquelyn Davis Frost
Steven Etlwartl Fuller
Pamela Diane Gatlrly
Aurlrey Janet Gallney
Russell Forbes Gale
Vicki Marie Gallman
Charles Gregory Gantt
John Alexander Garilner
Lintla Love Gattis
Mary Elizabeth Gaunt
Susan Carter Gay
Christine Anne Gibbs
Aynne Carol Gietzen
Jeanette Rhyne Gilbert
Brentla Naney Gillespie
Lois Munroe Glasgow
Robert Jay Glenn
Frank Sloan Goins
Tonya Lizabeth Gorzlon
Julia Bartlett Graham
William Grogan Granger
John Elmore Gravatt
Carol Louise Graven
Kay Elizabeth Green
Michael Anthony Green
Peter McDonough Greenf-
Robert Marshall Grihble
Larry Earl Grier
Emily Gail Grohman
Eugenia Lee Gullivk
Gay Laniee Gunter
Diann Marie Guthrie
Andrea Jean Hagan
Gayle Irene Hager
Dorothy Jean Hall
Mamie Kathleen Hall
Michael Owen Ham
David Emerson Hamilton
Davitl MeGregor Hamilton
Robert Dunean Hamilton
Nancye Elizabeth Hanhury
Martha Cornelia Hard:-e
Connie Marie Hartling
Janet Marie Harkey
Claurlette Ellis Harlow'
Marsha Gail Hariline
Patricia Lynn Harris
Bonita Kay Harrison
Katie Barbee Hart
Paul John Harvharik
Irish Jeanette Haskins
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Cynthia Faye Hathcock
Cecil Jennings Hawes
Laura Frances Hawes
William Benjamine Hawfield Jr.
Pamela Leigh Hawkins
William Bruce Hawkins
Catherine Ford Hawthorne
Robert Hendrix Hayes
Sandra Jean Heacoclc
Anne B. Henderson
Jane Pardee Henderson
Debithia Cecelia Hensley
Edith Elizabeth Hermelink
Robert William Hewitt
George Stephen Heyer
Charles Royden Higgins
Donna Jean High
George Preston Hill
Ann Elizabeth Hinson
Jean Eleanor Hitchcock
Virginia Ann Hitchcock
Karen Ann Hitc
Brown Maxwell Hobbie
Joseph Thacker Hodges
Sandra Gail Hotfmeyer
Pamela Leigh Hollars
Paula Lynne Hollars
Jolana Kay Holman
Jessie William Holmes
Margaret Elizabeth Holroyd
Mark Preston Honey
Stephen Douglas Hope
Barbara Ann Hopkins
Timothy Richard Horton
Thomas Mathews Horton
Susan Lynn Hout
Baxter Harold Howard
Michael Vencent Howren
Stanley Benjamin Hubbard Jr.
Mary Lee Huff
Marsha Lee Huffman
James Carter Hull
John Michael Hulse
William Boyd Humble
l-Ldward Eeherd Hunter
l-'ramw-s Westmoreland Hunter
Jerry Stephen Huntley
Charles Roland Ibach
Mary Fisher lngle
Mary Kathryn Jackson
Michael Douglas Jarvis
Lin Thomas Jayson
.lnhn Gregory Jewell
Rebevca Louise Jewell
Elizabeth Shepherd Jones
Nancy Susan Jones
Patricia Jo Jones
Peggy Anne Jones
Nancy Blair Josephs
Thomas Henry Joye
Thnmas Sam Kantsios
Paul Franklin Kay
Linda Carol Kee
Eugene Casey Kelley
Michael Patrick Kelly
William Ford Kennady
Richard Waverly Kennington
Jerry Waters. Connie McLuen, Toni Frey, Sandra Hatcher. Mary Ellen Crain new sophomores at MP.
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Alice Srhadt Kenley
Linila Lee Kersker
James George Kessaris
Jan Karen Kimball
Forrest Dunn King
Lorena Elizabeth King
Lynila Gail King
Charlotte Gene Kinnaril
Katherine ,lean Kism'
Nicholas Gus Kleto
Curtis Lee Klutz
Mary Jean Klutz
Harold Lawrence Kohler
John William Koller
Carolyn Anne Kopp
Thomas Walsh Krueger Jr.
Alan Wlillis Kuester
Carlisle Manning Lamlri-lh
Sarah .lane Lambeth
Ellen Elliott Law
Emily Ann Lazar
.lohn Duncan Leak
David Nlichael Lev
Emily Catherine- Le-ftwivh
Yvonne Marie Lf-mairv
Mary Susan l,f-list:-stvy
Virginia Austin Lf-ve-r
Paul lvan Levins-
Sanilrzi Margaret Linrlgra-n
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Kolwrt Grayson Litllvjohn
Mary Clare Lixingslon
Xlnriel Bishop Livingston
William Alf'X3!lIl!'l' Livingatnm-
.luilith Ellen Loftin
Mary Norvott Lomlon
Alicia Lois Lung
lirilca Faith Long
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many extra-curricular activities which are
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they take, students are able to join clubs
pertaining to their academic courses. These
include the Latin, French, Spanish, and
Great Books clubs. In order to become
better acquainted with their fellow class-
mates, students engage regularly in serving
on numerous committees.
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the Key Club, the Monogram Club, the Girl
Ambassadors Club, and the Mustang Club.
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mores that the leaders of the years to come
Sandra Lee Long
Julia Ellen Lonon
Michael Thaddeus Love
Walker Lee Love Jr.
Jerry Martin Lovings
Syble Olen Lowry
John Marion Lucas
John Billingsly Lunrlay
Brenda Karen McCall
Katherine Lee McCarty
Bolyn Newton McClung
Gregory Allan McClure
Charles Ware McConnell
Edwin Ross McCoy
Mary Emma McDonald
Lillian Ann Mt-Garity
Elsie Louise McGowan
liuhy Elizabeth Mclntire
llarie Kennedy Mclntyre
Jesse Neal McKinnon
Randolph Lawrence McLean
Barbara Ann McManus
Frank Hobbs McNeely
l-frnest Frederick McPhail
Thomas Malcolm MaeNeill
Katherine Ann Mandanis
Susan Elizabeth Marney
Charles Michael Martin
.loyee Ann Martin
Mary Jo Marus
Ramlell Lee Mauldin
Beverly Gail Medlin
Jane Ellen Melasky
John William Merrill
9..- Robert Earl Metger
Margaret Pamela Meyer
Pauline Berry Meyer
exhibit enthu iasm in extra-curricula
Kemp Arnold Michael
Margaret Francine Milam
Paul Harold Miller
John Alton Miller Jr.
Marilynn Ann Minton
Frances Bolling Mitchell
Sara Margaret Mizell
Trudy Ann Moflitt
W'illiam Henry Moncklon
Harold Vernon Moon
LaRue Allison Moore
Margaret Ann Moore
Susan Corinne Moore
William Franklin Moore
Eleanor Ann Morton
Beverly Rae Motter
Jo Arrington Muilenburg
Thomas Evans Mulwee
Barbara Elizaheth Murphy
Carol Ann Murray
Juliet Elizabeth Murrell
Patricia Jane Nance
Rutherford Douglas Neal
Mary Agnes Nelson
Lenora Ophelia Nettles
Marcia Ann Newlin
Theodore Adelbert Nodell
Linda Evangeline Nordman
David Taylor Norman
Ronald Albert O'Daniell
Preston Robinson Odell
Katherine Ann Overcarsh
Janet Marie Owen
Frank Neely Owens Jr.
Richard Wayne Page
Josepli Raymond Panalo
George Nicholas Pappas
Carol Sue Parker
Jan Stewart Parker
Patricia Ann Parker
Richard Alan Paton
Michael Wayne Patrick
Anne Keith Pearce
Ralph Emerson Pearcy
Margaret Louise Peardon
Carolyn Ann Peterson
Vickie Lynn Pettit
Lynn Marie Phifer
Danny Woodrow Phillips
Pamela Jane Pierson
Margaret Lynn Pleasants
Robert Jerome Pliner
Richard MacRae Porter
Virginia Horsley Poston
Ralston Murphy Pound
Thomas Blackley Powers
Sylvia Dean Pratt
John N. Preston II
Frances Sission Purnell
Frances Elizabeth Pyles
Sandra Jean Queen
Judith Anne Rader
Michael Lee Rash
Lindsay O'Nc-al Ray
Mary Elizabeth Ratchfuril
Edward Clark Reed
Frederic W'arren Rees
Billy Byron Renfro
Eleanor Jane Rcpetto
Jill Jessica ReVille
George Cranberry Richardson
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Cynthia Anne Robbins
Marian Virginia Robbins
Claire Elizabeth Robinson
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Michael Ray Rogers
Rebecca Ross Rogers
Nanry Lynne Rosol
Trudy Ann Ross
.lohn Richard Roth
Patricia Emily Rouzer
Edith Carolyn Rowe
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Sheila Marie Ryan
Sandy Edward Sanders
Chase Boone Saunders
William Hall Scarborough
Sherrie Beth Schreiber
William Emery Schworm
Stephen Gregory Scott
Sara Louise Seanor
Linda Louise Sears
Ronald Wayne Sechler
Melvin Paul Segal
Peggy Elaine Senn
John Patrick Shanklin
.louathan Maynard Shanks
Patricia Ann Sharman
Jane Calloway Shaw
Susan Elizabeth Shaw
Sandra Ruth Shearon
Stephen Robert Sheppard
Michael Eugene Shinn
Frances Gail Shirah
William Jackson Shoaff
Philip Linus Shore
Pamela Elizabeth Sibley
Ronald Steven Simpson
Patricia Anne Sims
Shirley Katherine Sims
Randolph Wade Sinclair
,I use-ph Benjamin Singletary
Domicia Louise Sitton
Patrieia Ann Slipher
Deborah Dunlap Small
Charlotte Loraine Smith
Claude Vandiver Smith
Dana Charlotte Smith
David Edwin Smith
Deborah Lynn Smith
Durham Holt Smith Ir.
Jan Foste' Smith
.lohn Evans Smith
Kenneth Henry Smith
Leslie Ann Smith
Linda Joye Snapp
Elizabeth Dunklin Soldati
Patricia Suzanne Sopher
Ronald Vance Sorrells
George Henry Soule
Herbert Henry Sparks lr.
Sandra Ann Sparks
Alan McBain Speir
Robert Wilkinson Speir
David Baker Spencer
Mary Frances Spurrier
Eleanor Gray Squires
Mary Lee Stamey
Luie Jackson Starnes
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ophomores vote classmate into u tang Club
Laurene Cail Stayer
Edith Mary Steiger
Martha Neil Steele
Mary Aliee Steele
Naney Lorene Stephens
Jane Eleanor Steven
Glenn Lnrin Stevens
Jenel Leslie Stewart
Sydney Samuel Stiekley
John Cheston Stout
James Willard Stratton
Emily Ann Stmheeker
lvan Floycl Strope
Robert lllaleolm Sturkey
Patricia Ellis Surles
Robert Howard Sutton
Stephen Douglas Taylor
James Caddy Therrell Jr.
Austin Cole Thies
Alice Carlisle Thompson
Dale Brevartl Thompson
Joseph Henry Thonipson
Edgar Franklin Tinilwrlake
John Rieharcl Totlal
Peter Alan Townsley
Molly Marie Transou
Mary Kathryn Transou
Aliee Elizabeth Trexler
Ann Cameron Triee
Katherine Rossetter 'l'rotlr-r
Naney Ann Trotter
Lewis Franklin 'l'ueker
James Oliver Turner Jr.
Lena Marie Turner
Ralph Breamon Turner
William Curtis Twitty Jr.
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William Wells Van Pelt
Della Carol Vehue
Georgia Carol Venable
Margery Jane Venning
Nancy Carol Verch
David Carl Verner
Freddy John Vichesky Jr.
John Lee Wakefield
Mary Jane Walker
Elizabeth Sandra Wallace
Maggie Mac Wallace
Philip Russell Wallas
Patricia Thomas Waller
Barbara Coe Walters
Vernon Chaplin Ward
Susan Lee Watson
Andrew Allen Watts
Lester Tilson Watts
Jeffrey Earl Wayne
Karen Penny Weisel
Alice Adelaide Weldon
Catherine Jo Welsome
Jellrey Franklin West
James Francis Whalen
Patricia Ann Whetstone
John Edmund White Ill
John Lee White
Juanita Morris White
Craig Alan Whitley
Neill Davidson Whitlock
Tracy Margaret Whittaker
John Marshall Wickham
Larry Elliott Widis
Staten Langbourue Wilcox
George Dayton Wilkinson
Janet Ann Wilkinson
Thomas Albert Wilkinson
W'illiam Lontz Wilkinson
Allan Thomas Williams
Richard Lauer Williams
Jill Lane Wilson
Paula Jean Wise
Jane Davis Wood
Rebecca Steedman Wood
Michael Tracy Woodall
Creighton Wrenn Jr.
Frank Burnette Wright
Walter Barton Wright
Barbara Ann Yandle
Paul Emlin Yandle Jr.
I-Irwin Klugh Yarbrough
Ira Thomas Yopp
Churchill Buck Young
Nancy Marshall Young
Stephen Tyler Young
Juniors return to confront a challenging year
1963 junior class officers, who guide their class in numerous activities, are Stephen Annas, Vice Presi-
dentg Joe Chaplin, Presidentg Nancy Lineherger, Sec-retaryg and John Bristow, Treasurer.
Ricky Tatum points out to his American history
class the ravages resulting from the Civil War.
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personal concern for Myers Park, the junior
class began a meaningful and critical year.
Only two prerequisites, American history
and English, allowed juniors leeway for a
more specialized program. Advanced courses
not offered in previous years effected a chal-
lenge that enveloped the desire of many
juniors to pursue their particular interests.
juniors gained experience for College Boards
in March and May through the PSAT tests
' in October. In March the National Honor
Society inducted the top five per cent of
the junior class. The American Field Service
finalists are the proud representatives of the
junior class to other nations of the world.
The honorary highlight of the year for the
junior class is the position of Junior Mar-
Confronting the need of balancing school
with outside activities, juniors learned to
use the many experiences of their junior
.W year to the best advantage. Through their
united efforts juniors Were better able to
assume their roles as seniors.
Juniors Beth Amos and Mary Anne Borough wait impatiently while Sherrill Griffin makes her final pay-
ment before receiving her long-awaited class ring from Mr. Bruce.
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Michael Irving Ambrose
Elizabeth Scott Amos
Larry Wilkens Anderson
Winston Kinzel Anderson
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Jerry Ray Anthony
Ellen Melissa Austin
Marie Gail Austin
Sarah Dehaven Bain
Anna Faye Baker
Helen Ray Baker
Linda Lassiter Baker
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Margaret Ann Barnes
Janice Whitney Battey
George Edward Beall
Alice Lloyd Bennett
Henry Bell Benoit III
Carole Jeane Benton
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Joseph Alexander Berry
Marianna Fairfax Betts
W'illiam Manning Bigham
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Albert Reid Black
Kathryn Elizabeth Blackwood
Yfilliam Sytlnor Blair
Ronald Brown Bobo
Mary Anne Borough
Donna Maureen Brady
Dorsey Carroll Brewer
Sale-n Dewitt Brew er
Patricia Ann Bridges
John Xathaniel Bristow Jr.
Alice Glenn Brown
Beverly North Brown
Edward Lloyd Brown
James Asbury Brown
Gary Neil Brown
Sandra Lavon Brown
Barbara Anne Brnwnridge
lt ment Dale Brownsrmnbe Jr.
Emma Isabelle Bryson
Luther Dawn Burdette III
Michael Dow Burkhead
Ray Osborn Byram
Xanvy Carolyn Byrnes
Herbert W'aynt- Caldwell
Mark Denson Caldwell Ill
Kenneth Ray Cameron
l"lal-te Carlton Campbell
Kr nneth Simms Cannaday
Douglas Lee Carlson
James Harrison Carter
Patrire Noel Casanova
Anne Elizabeth Cates
l-'rank Mr'Daniel Cathey
Jane Hoagland Cathey
Walter Howard Cathey Jr.
XYilliam Williamson Chalmers
Edward Lacey Chambers Jr.
Sally Louise Chambers
Jost-ph Maybank Chaplin Jr.
Saxby Mather Chaplin
Carolyn Gitlford Charnley
James Hopkins Childress
Martha McNeal does research on her term paper.
AFS finalists, Monroe Gilmour, Margaret Barnes, Jan Wuertenberger, Holmes Eleazer, scan globe.
AF finalists have
John McCutcheon Clapp
Lucy Tuttle Clark
Carolyn Rae Clayton
Sue Ellen Clinard
Jerry Moize Coe
David Bruce Collins
Karen Edythe Conlin
William Hamilton Convey Jr.
Wilbur Allan Cook Jr.
Lillian Carol Corbett
Charles Maturon Couric Jr.
Warren David Crawford
Norma Elaine Cross
Rebecca Estese Crosson
Emily Henrietta Crouse
Margery Lynn Crowell
Lane Richard Curtis
Sandra Carol Dabbs
Robert Eugene Danby
Justus Gilbert Daniel III
Max Lambeth Daniel
Anne Sherrill Davidson
Betty Jean Davis
John Jacob Davis
Judith Joanne Davis
John Edward Dawson III
Robert Olen Deal
Kathie Lanora Deaton
Joseph Buckner Denmark
David Louis DeRamus
Edgar Richard Dimmette Jr.
Elizabeth Mary Dobiueon
Sandra Kay Dodson
Marian Virginia Dotson
Ronald Steven Dougherty
Alfred I-Iunry Dow
Randall Francis Drake
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year. Some of these are the Preliminary
Scholastic Aptitude, National Merit, and
the Scholastic Aptitude and achievement
tests which make up College Boards. All
juniors are given the opportunity of taking
the PSAT in the fall, giving the student
some idea of what to expect on College
juniors with good academic records may
qualify for a scholarship through the Na-
tional Merit Foundation by taking the
National Merit Test given in March. The
amount of the scholarship awarded depends
upon the financial need of the student.
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more important to the students than the
College Board Examinations. The scores
made on these tests are one of the deciding
factors as to Whether a student is accepted
into the college of his choice. These may be
taken in March and May if the student
wishes to apply for 'nearly decision."
Brenda Lee Duckworth
David Adams Duckworth
Lucy Bryn Dulin
Martha Whalin Dulin
1-..... Shaylor Henry Duncan
Karen Jean Dunlap
James Robert Dunn III
Frank Joseph Dutton
Kennedy Bryan Dwight
Kenneth Lewis Dye
Janice Knoxine East
Barbara Faye Eaton
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George Ambrose Edwards
John Emory Efird
William Dana Elder Jr.
Luther Holmes Eleazer
Tully Gray Ellis III
Karen Gail Elrod
Marjorie Allison Embrey
James Tyler Estes Jr.
Rick Atlee Estridge
Sara Jane Fallis
James Morton Farris
Margaret Amilie Federal
Susan Falls Finch
Edna Grace Folsom
Meredith Margaret Ford
Rita Faye Ford
Francis Joseph Foster
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Donna Lynn Gilmour
Monroe Taylor Gilmour
Joan Kathleen Gilreath
Tonda Rie Glenhani
Herbert Lee Goins
Charles Frank Conlon Jr.
David Alan Graham
Jane Hinson Graham
Norman Brake Graham Jr.
Mitchell Teague Grant
Nancy Jane Gravatt
Nancy Butler Graves
Robert Edward Grayson
Ronald Clingman Green
Anne Frances Grihble
Cottrell Sherrill Griffin
Randolph James Grifiin
Judy Gardner Guillet
Frank Richard Gulledge
Terry Alan Gummerson
Vfykle Ann Gwinn
Earl French Hadden
Virginia Landon Hall
Mary Rebecca Hamilton
Croft Miller Hamrick
Carol Ann Hanks
David Clark Hanner
Richard Michael Hannon
Vi'ilma Kathryn Happy
Carolyn Marie Hardin
Kenneth Winston Harrison
Carol Joan Hart
John Franklin Hart
Peggy Anne Hawes
Thomas Joseph Hawthorne
Jessie Dianne Hayes
John Lynwood Hearne III
Thomas Stephen Helms
Edward Victor Hemmle
Donna Gail Herron
Douglas Linden Hill
Charles Anderson Hines III
Mary Daphne Hirst
James Gilbert Hobbs
Walter Newman Hobbs Jr.
George Rowe Hodges
William Howard Hodges
James Michael Holden
Audrey Ellen Holder
Betty Long Holder
Susan Daphne Holdredge
Patricia Parker Hooper
Beverly Diane Hord
Thomas Borland Horack
Edward Randolph Horton
Sara Cecelia Hough
Stephen Mills Howe
Ann Rivers Howie
John Richard Howie
Donald Barry Hunt
Dorothy Sidney Hutchison
Karl Frederick Inderfurth
John Robinson Irwin
George Pressly Jenkins
Alice Rose Jonas
Marilyn Ann Johnson
Phyllis Ann Johnson
Betty Ann Jones
Frances Hovis Jones
Robert Joseph Jones
Marion Norman Kale
Laura Adele Kanupke
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Judith Elizabeth King
Georgia Lynn Knight
Marcos Costa Kontos
Susan Cheryl Land
Cassandra Leigh Lane
Margaret Gay Lane
Christina Allyn Lee
Joseph Randall Lee
Janet Eileen Lewis
Lumy Marie Lindgren
Nancy Graham Lineberger
Stephen Wvilliam Linger
Raymond Otho Linker Jr.
Margaret Eloise Litaker
Judy Pruette Livingstone
Elizabeth Stratton Lobdell
John Thomas Loesch Jr.
Christina Lavinia Long
Ramona Gaye Long
Robert Clayton Lonon
Beverly Hull Love
Lynda Byrd Lovell
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Sidney Johnson Lowe
Maria Martin Lucas
Sandra Jean Lymheris
John Stanley Lyon
llohert Edgar Mt'Arver
Mary Ann McCall
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Bette Lynn Mclntyre
Carolyn Ann MrKerir'hr'r
.lmnes Fri-tlm'it'k McLaughlin
Ronald Ney McManus
Susan Ann Mr-Millan
Martha Lorie McNeal
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Elfreida Anne Madden
Rohr-rt James Malarz
Martha Ann Mallard
John Calxin Manship Jr.
Stanford Lee Mantiply
Connie Jeanne Masrho
Rodney Barton Mauldin
William Charles Mauney
Sally Lane Mearham
Ilorvas Loretta Merchant
Margaret Lynn Merritt
Lloy d Cardin Miller
Margaret Gayle Milton
W'illiam Dudley Milton Jr.
Anne Sloan Moody
Jane Dugald Moody
Thornas Tate Mooney
Caroline Muirhead Moore
Charles Ross Moore
Karen Shirley Moore
Claude James Morris Jr.
Georgia Carol Morton
Donald George Morrison
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Marsha Louise Mulford
Dorothy Margaret Mullen
Marion Hayward Munir
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Alice Frances Myers
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Lloyd Bert Patterson
Susan Wells Patterson
Marilyn Jeannette Pearce
George Fredrick Pearson
Robert Lewis Phillips III
Patricia Anne Pickup
Cynthia Ann Pillsbury
Constance Marie Poffcnbarger
Betty Irene Pointlexter
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sored a junior-Senior prom. As the major
project of the year it served as a unifying
element for the class. To see that things
ran smoothly, volunteers signed up to Work
with this year's committees and chairmen:
Decorations: Ann Teat, Gary Snookg En-
te1'tainme1fzt: Chris Connor, Elise McClungg
I nvitations: Judith Alexander, Emily Walk-
er: and Refreshments: Sara Alexander,
Saxby Chaplin. The theme remained a
secret until the last possible minute, this
same secrecy surrounded the band selected.
The budget, based on profits from Arsenic
and Old Lace and the sale of invitations,
financed elaborate decorations as the junior
class tried to prove itself the 'tbest ever."
This one formal affair of the year, which
sometimes precedes a round of parties 'til
dawn, was a last Hing for the seniors be-
fore graduation. For the juniors it was a
first taste of senior privileges: next year
junior-Senior will be for them.
William Richard Randall
Thomas Sanford Reece
Julia Ann Reed
Joseph Lawrence Revels
Sara Margaret Richards
James Brinson Richardson
James Michael Richey
John Calvin Robbins
Joy Lynette Roberts
Roland Joseph Robinson
Elizabeth Ann Roseberry
Edith Ashley Rosenblatt
William Payne Roughton
Nancy Louise Ruff
Cheryl Deane Rule
Samuel Sharp Ryburn Jr.
Mary Ann Sanders
Ralph Benjamin Sandiford III
John Larry Sauder
Richard Earl Sawyer
Mary Lou Saye
Jill Clark Schaeffer
Steward Wayne Scher
Meredith Ann Schmid
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Sheridan Virginia Scholtz
Geoffrey Ruth Schott
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David Shelton Segrest
5 Thomas Norwood Selby
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William Randolph Selden
Caroline Marie Shaw
Harold Milton Short
Audrey Caroline Shultman
Joanne Bartlett Sieburg
7'-v-' Randolph Barron Sills
Daniel Graham Sims
Barbara Anne Sizer
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Christopher Dale Skidmore
Dorothy Pamela Skinner
Celestia Stone Smith
Cheryl Parnell Smith
Horace Cleveland Smith
Susan Carla Smith
Susan Elaine Smith
Nancy Goodwin Snepp
Alan Garrett Snook
James Nelson Soulc
Robert Botts Spain
Jean Frances Spencer
Mary Burton Spigener
Barry Lee Stacks
Maggie Suzanne Stanfield
Walter Reid Stanley
Walter Thomas Stanton
Stephen Isaac St. Clair
George Alexander Steele
Louise Thomas Steiger
Joyce Ellen Stevens
Michael Emerson Stewart
Elizabeth Anne Strickland
Lynne Belle Strope
Rodger Emerson Stroupr-
James Avent Tadlock
George Henry Talbot Jr.
Kendall Brice Tarleton
Rivhard Arthur Tatum
Ann Holloway Teat
Robert Stewart Templin
James Gus Thevaos
Charlotte Dell Thompson
Cynthia Graham Thomson
Nancy Jeanne Thompson
Sandra Jane Thompson
William Luther Threatt III
Ashley Ormond Thrift
Linda Rose Thrift
Henry Lee Tillman
William B. Timmerman
Rebecca Lynn Trapp
Julia Ellen Trice
.lohn Boyette Trotter
Sarah Phyllis Tull
Charles Lamar Turk
Madelyn Louise Vance
Emily Jane Wade
Caroll Chapman Walker
Emily Elizabeth W'alker
Fred Alfred Walton
Pascal Thomas Walton
W'illiam Alan Watermeier
Lloyd D. H. Watkins
Kathryn Ann Watts
George Howard Webb lr.
Marvia Elizabeth Wleinstein
Donald Thomson W'elt'h
Judy Ann West
Diana David Whitney
Jane Elizabeth Whitton
Alice Suzanne W'illiains
Cheryl Lynn w'llll3lIlS
Gary Hugh Williams
Edward Louis Williamson
Barbara Louise Wilson
Walter Henderson Wolfe
Robert Lee Worley III
Virginia Anne Wuertenburger
Rebecca Ellen Wright
Hope Spencer Zaccagni
Edwin Michael Zagora
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New members of the junior class, who have joined Myers Parks student hody since the first of November
are David Fortenbery, Nadja Frey, ,loan Moritz, Martha-Gatlin Phillips, and Gerry Delantonas.
Thirt Junior arshals determined in March
Junior Marshals: Front row: Nancy Lineberger fChief Marshall, Ben Benoit, Fran Freeman, Jim Mc-
Laughlin, Georgia Knight, Charles Couric, Carol Lee Scholtz, Garry Snook, Sara Alexander, Holmes
Eleazer tChief Marshall. Second row: Elise McClung, Ronnie Linker, Sally Bain, Walter Wolfe, ,lan
Wuertenherger, Saxhy Chaplin, Bettie Lobdell, Steve Howe, Judy Guillet, Mike Burkhead. Third row:
Lucy Dulin, Bill Chalmers. Luray Lindgren, Norwood Selby. Martha Dulin, Pete Gaskell. Ann Teat,
Ronnie Bobo, Geoffrey Schott, and Monroe Gilmour.
1963 senior class officers. who were chosen after numerous homeroom balloting, are Bobby Boyd. Treas-
urerg Mike Jones, Secretaryg Bill Bolen, Vice President: and Raleigh Shoemaker, President.
In the student lounge Mrs. Speir measures Bill
McClintock's height for his graduation robe.
cherish memories of last year at MP
As the senior class brings to a close the
memories collected throughout the previous
three years, it recalls most vividly the last
- the senior year. In nine short months,
which served as a bridge between the ex-
periences of the past and the hopes of the
future, many emotions have flooded through
every seniorls heart. There are memories of
hard work as each person strove to excel
and make the senior year the best, memories
of disappointments, tears, anxiety, laughter
and many dreams. Seniors became caught
in the whirl of this all important year by
enjoying privileges, taking college boards,
ordering announcements, being measured for
caps and gowns, dancing at their junior-
Senior, and cramming for those inevitable
It has been a successful year, one of dream-
ing and planning -truly a year of learning
and discovering. The seniors have learned
more about themselves and are beginning to
explore the new worlds before them. As they
venture on separate paths, as they meet new
challenges, each member of the class of '63
will have these lasting memories to hold
forever in his heart.
Library night, a new senior privilege sponsored by the Public Relations Committee. is held periodically
during the school year to allow seniors to use available library facilities.
Tina Diainarluros merits DAR citizenship award.
National Merit Hnalists. Sitting: Wfelsh, Kimei. Manning. Dowd. Sitlnding: McGuire. Purnell, Spencer.
Wallas. Shaekelforrl. Greene. Brown, Hain. and McHenry.
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Terlfly DuBose. Townley Spratt, and Raleigh Shoemaker represent Myers Park at Wildacre convention.
Harvard Book award, based on scholarship, lead-
ership, and citizenship, goes to Tommy Spencer.
among National Merit finalists
Simeon Arthur Abbey Jr.
Sim entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, House and Grounds 3g JV Basketball 1
Louis Lee Abernethy
Lou entered '60. Engineers Club 1, 2, 3.
Kenneth Barry Abrams
Barry entered '60. Clubs: Engineers 3: Spanish 3.
Clyde Miller Aiken
Clyde entered '61, Homeroom Officer 2, 31 Band
2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Basketball, JV 2, Varsity 3,
Monogram Club 2, 3.
Stella Watkins Alexander
Szella entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Citizenship 2, 3, Publicity 2, 3,
Mmlafzg 2, Classes Editor 33 GRA 1, 21 Clubs:
Ambassadors 2, 3: Y-teens 1, 2, 3: Limelighters 2:
French 1, 2, 33 Y-teens 35 Inter-Club Council 1, 2,
Honor Society 3.
Larcus Bell Allen III
L. B. entered '60. Homeroom Officer 1, Great
Books Club 3.
L. M. Allen S, E, Allen
Varsity Football 2, 3, Clubs: Monogram 2, 3,
Laura Marshall Allen
Ltzzmz entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Welcciming 1, 2, Citizenship 2, 3: Mznmzzg 2, 53
GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3: French 1, 2:
Latin 1, 2.
Samuel Eskel Allen
Srzwmy entered '6O. Band 1, 25 Wfrestling, Man-
ager lg Monogram Club 1, 2, 3.
Louis Holmes Anders
Lffuir entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2. 3: Clubs: Spanish 2, 3, Latin 1.
Andrea Lynn Anderson
Azzdrciz entered '60, GRA 1, 2.
John Raymond Anderson Jr.
fuck entered '60, Baseball 3.
Judith Blair Anderson
Indy entered '62. Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, Citizenship 3, Welcoming 31 Clubs: Y-
teens 3, FTA 33 French 3, Great Books 3.
Anders A. L. Anderson
Class Day Officers. Clorlfwise: Poet Smitty Flynn
Historian Barbara Dowd. Lawyer Tommy Spencer
Prophet Charlotte Blackwell.
Alexander L. B. Allen
J. R. .Anderson J. B. Anderson
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Inga akling first foreign exchange student to
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L. S- Anderson Lane Schofield Anderson III
Lame entered '60. Student Council 2, Treasurer 3,
Committees: Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 2, 3, Wel-
coming 2: Homeroom Officer 1, 2: Class Treas-
urer 2: Junior Marshal: Track 2, 3: JV Basketball
1: Football, JV 2, Varsity 3: Clubs: Key 3: Mono-
gram 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Latin 1.
Robert Manley Argo
Bert entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Public Relations 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit
3: Homeroom Ofiicer 1, 2.
Kathryn Lee Asbury
Kathy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 3, Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1: GRA
1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1: FHA 2: French 1: Spanish
Melinda Clarina Ashcraft
Linda entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, Welcoming 3: GRA 1, 2: Spanish Club 2.
Sandra Lynne Atwood
Sandra entered '60. Student Council Committees'
School Spirit 1, Dance 2, 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs'
Pen Pushers 2, 3: Y-teens 1, 3: Latin 1, 2.
john Dendrick Avent
Ken entered '60, Homeroom Oflicer 1: Chorus 3:
Choir 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1: Clubs: Spanish
1, 2, 3: Limelighters 2, 3: Great Books 2, 3: All-
State Orchestra 3.
james Franklin Ayers
Pele entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, Public Relations 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3:
Basketball, JV 1, Varsity 2, Captain 3.
Patricia Dean Ball
Paz entered '61. Student Council Dance Committee
3: Chorus 2, 3: Choir 2, 3.
Edward Wells Ballenger
Eddie entered '57. Track 1.
Barbara Jean Barach
Bafbzzm jean entered '60, Student Council 3, Com-
mittees: Publicity 2, 3, School Spirit 1: Homeroom
Officer 1, 2: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Ambassadors 2, 3:
Y-teens 1, 3, President 2: French 2, 3: Latin 1:
Honor Society 3.
Stephen Lee Barden III
Slere entered '60, Student Council Citizenship
Committee 3: Honor Society 3: Chorus 3: Choir
3: Band 1, 2: Orchestra 3: Swimming 2, 3: Clubs:
Monogram 2, 3: Latin 1: All-State Orchestra 2, 3.
Susan Elizabeth Barnett
Slllflll entered '60. Student Council 2, Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, Publicity 2, Citizenship 2, 3: Home-
room Officer 1: GRA 1, 2: GAA 3: Clubs: French
1, 2, 3: Y-teens 2.
Patsy Rea Barnhill
Parry entered '60. Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1: GRA 1, 2: Y-teens 1.
Saundra Shawnee Bartel
Suufzdm entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, School Spirit 1, 3, XY'elcoming 2: Red
Cross 1, 2, 5: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Pen Pushers 1, 2:
Theodore Dixon Beam
Ted entered '60. Clubs: Spanish 3: Engineers 3.
' e e eeted arousel Princess
Kathryn Lynette Beasley
Kathy entered '60, Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 23 Red Cross 2, 33 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: French
1, 2, 3: FTA 3.
Elizabeth Ann Beattie
Libby entered '6O. Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 33 Homeroom Officer 23 Honor Society 33 Band
1, 2, 33 Maiorette 2, Head 33 GRA 23 Clubs: Y-
teens 33 French 33 Latin lg All-State Orchestra 3.
Kathryn Brem Beatty
Kay entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Public Relations 3, Publicity 3, School Spirit 13
Homeroom Officer 23 Mzuzafzg 1, 2, 33 Red Cross
13 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 33 FHA 1, 33 French 33
Jeffrey Windsor Beaver
jef entered '60, Student Council 2, Vice-President
3, Committees: Co-Chairman Clubs 2, House and
Grounds 13 Homeroom Oflicer 13 Honor Society
33 junior Marshal3 Varsity Football 1, 2, Captain
33 Basketball, JV 1, Varsity 2, 33 Baseball 33 Clubs:
Key 1, 2, 33 Monogram 1, 3, Treasurer 23 Hi-Y 3,
Vice-President 1, 23 Latin Club 13 Morehead
Scholar3 junior Rotarian,
Janalee Barbara Bentley
Babr entered '60. Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 33 Marzafzg Representative 1, 2, 33 GRA 1, 23
Clubs: Y-teens 1, 23 FHA Secretary 33 French 3.
Clinton O'Neil Benton
Ciirzt entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 3, House and Grounds
1, 2, 33 Homeroom Oliicer 13 Red Cross 13 Base-
ball, Manager 1, 2, 33 Football, JV 1, Varsity 33
Clubs: Monogram 33 DE 2.
A Berkeley Berry
William Thomas Berkeley III
Bill entered '60. Swimming 1, 2, 33 Clubs: Mono-
gram 2, 33 Latin 2.
David Alton Berry
Daz-fe entered '60, Band 1, 2, Drum Major 33
Orchestra 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 3.
Harriet Anna Bigham
Harriet entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Welcoming 1, Publicity 23 Honor Society 33 GRA
1, 23 Clubs: Limelighters 13 French 33 Latin 2.
Charlotte Guy Blackwell
Claarlolze 'entered '60. Student Council School
Spirit Committee 13 Homeroom OtHcer 13 junior
M3fSh8lQ Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 GRA 13 Clubs: Am-
bassadors 1, 2, Vice-President 33 Y-teens 13 Mus-
tang 1, 2, 33 Latin 1, 23 Honor Society 3.
Sally Evaline Boger
Sally entered '60, Student Council 3, Committees:
School Spirit 1, Public Relations 3, Dance, Co-
Chairman 33 Homeroom Ofiicer 1, 23 Lettergirl 33
JV Cheerleader: GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Ambassadors
2, 33 Y-teens 13 Mustang 33 French 23 Latin 1.
William Elzie Bolen
Bill entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Chairman House and Grounds 3, Dance 2, 33
Homeroom Ofiicer 1, 33 Class Vice-President 33
junior Marshal3 Band 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Varsity
Football 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Clubs: Key 2, 33
Hi-Y 2, 3.
Martha Jean Grosboll orders her invitations
Judy Yvonne Bollinger
Judy entered '62,
Beverly Grace Booe
Bezwly entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 1, Public Relations 3:
Mnrltzzzg Representative 1, 2, 3g GRA 1, 2: Clubs:
Y-teens 1: French 3: Latin 1.
Kenneth Westfield Boyd
Kezzzzy entered '61, Clubs: Engineers 3: Radio 2,
Priscilla French Boyd
French entered '61, Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 2, 3, Publicity 2, Co-
Chairman 3: Homeroom Otlicer 2, 3: Honor So-
ciety 3l GRA 2: Swimming 2: Clubs: Ambassadors
2, 3: Y-teens 2, 3: Mustang 3: French 2, 3: Lime-
lighters 2, Treasurer 3.
Robert Carr Boyd
Bobby entered '60. Student Council 1, 3, Commit-
tees: Dance 1, 2, Public Relations 1, 2, School
Spirit 1, Co-Chairman 3: Homeroom Oflicer 1, 2:
Class Treasurer 3: Wrestling 1, 2, Co-Captain 3:
Clubs: Key 2, Secretary 3: Monogram 1, 2, 3:
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Mustang 1, 2, 3: French 1: Junior
Mary Lorraine Bozeman
Mary entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, Publicity 1, 2, 3:
GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Limelighters 1, 2.
James Edwin Brinkley
jimnzy entered '60. Baseball 3: Track 1: Football,
JV 2, Varsity 3.
Laura Frances Britt
Ltrzzrtz entered '60. GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Pen Pushers
2: Latin 1, 2, 3.
Henry Calvin Broadwell Jr.
Himey entered '61. Track 2, 3.
Charles Marshal Broome
Cbtzrler entered '60. DE Club 3.
Robert Kavin Broome
KtlZ'jlI entered '60, jlflllffdllg 3.
Sharon Kay Broome
Sbamaz entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Pen Pushers 2, 3:
Y-teens 3: French 1.
Carol Ann Brown
Carol A1111 entered '60. Student Council Commit-
tees: Dance 1, 2, Publicity 2: GRA 1, 2: Y-teens 1.
Kenneth Milton Brown
Kemzezb entered '60. Honor Society 2, 3: Clubs:
French 1, 2, 3: Latin 1, 2: National Merit Finalist.
Tony Monroe Brown
Tony entered '61.
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P. F. Boyd
C. M. Broome
Joyce Lynn Bynum
JoAnne Scott Buice Joyce entered '60. Chorus 1 3' Choir 3' GRA 2'
joflznze entered '60. Student Council Committees: Clubs. Yieens 1 3. Spaniskf 7 '3 ' '
Dance 3, Publicity 2, 3, School Spirit 1: Home- ' ' ' S' '
room Otlicer 1, 2, 31 Red Cross 3: GRA 1, 2: BeVer1yAnnCaldWe11
C'ubS' Ydems 1' 2' 5' Ffenfh 2' 31 Latm 1' Beverly entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
Richafd Kantgr Burg mittee 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Odcicer 1, 2: GRA 2:
Ricky entered '60. Student Council 2, Committees: Xdeens 1'
Publicity 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Devotional '
1, Chairman 2: Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: Mar- L U, t E1'ElZgyg:1aYri'gCg"Jap?el1
mug Representative 1: 'Spark Sports Editor 1, 2: 'W' en are ' g' rs '
Swimming 1' Clubs: Key 1 2 3' Hi-Y 2 3' hflar ' C
, r g e n i 3 y Josie ampen
glgiiahni E' 3' Secretary 23 L'me"ghte'S 1' 2' Mary jo entered '60. Student Council Committees:
' ' ' , Dance 2, 3, Public Relations 3, School Spirit 1:
Samuel Lewis Burley Chorus 2, 3: Choir 2, President 3: GRA 1, 2:
Stzm entered '60. DE Club 2, 3. French Club.
Booe K. W. Boyd
R. C. Boyd Bozeman
R. K. Broome S. K. Broome
Lois Gertrude Carey
Trudy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 1, 2: Chorus 1: GRA
1, 2: Spanish Club.
John Randolph Carpenter
Rrzzzdy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 3, Public Relations 3:
Homeroom Officer 2, 3: French Club 1, 2.
Sandra Eudell Carson
Smzdm entered '60. Chorus 1: GRA 1: Y-teens 1.
Martha Fielding Carter
Marty entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3: School Spirit 1, 2: GRA 1, 2: Clubs:
Y-teens 1, 2: FHA 1: French 1.
C. A. Brown K. M. Brown
Carolyn Ann Cates
Carolyzz entered '61. Chorus lg DE Club 3.
Richard Lewis Caudle
Dirk entered '60, Band 13 Orchestra 2, 33 Track 33
Clubs: Engineers 33 Spanish 2.
jane Sanford Caulkins
jane entered '60, Student Council 2, Committees:
Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Ofhcer
33 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens 2, 33 Spanish 2, 3.
John Pape Cayce
john entered '60, Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 23 Clubs: Engineers 2, 33 Latin 1, 2.
T. M. Brown Buice
Brenda Kay Chalabie
Brezzdrz entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 3, Public Relations 33 Red Cross 53
GRA 1, 23 Clubs: French 33 Latin 1.
Phillip Campbell Chapman
Phil entered '60. Wrestling 2, 33 Monogram Club
William Arthur Christenbury Jr.
Bill entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, Publicity 3.
Anne Lynn Christensen
Lynn entered '60, Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 23 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Pen Pushers 33 Y-teens lg
French 1, 2, 3.
J. M. Cisne C. N. Cisne
Jane Morrison Cisne
jrwe entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 3: Homeroom Otiicer
1, 2, 33 Class Secretary 33 Honor Society 2, 33
Chief junior Marshal: Cheerleader, Head JV, 3:
GRA 13 Clubs: Ambassadors 1, 2, 33 Y-teens 2,
Secretary 13 Mustang 1, 2, 33 French 23 Latin 1.
Charles Neal Cisne jr.
Neal entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 33 Homeroom Oliicer
1, 33 junior Marshal3 Track 1, 2, 33 JV Basketball
13 Football, Varsity 33 Cross Country 1, 23 Chorus
33 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3.
Don Alan Claridge
D011 entered '62, Swimming 2, 33 Monogram Club
Samuel Little Clayton
5.1111 entered '60, Homeroom Ofiicer 1,
Daniel Andre Cleyrat
Dau entered '60, Spanish Club 2, 3,
William Thomas Clinard
Tommy entered '60, DE Club 3.
Leroy Edward Cloud
Lerm entered '60,
Janet Olivia Cochrane
jane! entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, Publicity lg Red
Cross lg GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 23 Mustang
2, 33 French 1, 2.
Nancy jean Coleman
Nancy entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Dance 1, 2, 33 Red Cross 13
GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 23 Spanish 3.
Lawrence Michael Connelly
lm-ry entered '60, Homeroom Oflicer 13 Chorus
1, 2, 33 Choir 1, 2, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Monogram
Club 1, 2, 3.
Virginia Dianne Conrad
Virgina: entered '60, Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 13 'Spark lg Chorus 2, 33 Choir 2, 33 GRA
Olivia Anne Conway
Libbie entered '60, GRA 1, 23 DE Club 1, 2.
Diana Day Cook
Ditzmz entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Dance 2, 3, Student Opinions 33
Mufnnzg 1, 23 'Spark 33 Red Cross 13 GRA lg
Clubs: Pen Pushers 33 Y-teens 1, 23 French 1, 2,
john Faulkner Cornelius
john entered '60. Student Council 1, Committees:
Dance 1, 2, House and Grounds 33 Homeroom
Officer 2, 33 Football, JV 1, Varsity 2, 33 French
Club 1, 2.
Thomas Parker Cornell
Tb0I1Id.f entered '60,
Robert Smith Corry
Bob entered '60, Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 33 Wfrestling 1, 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Clubs: Mono-
gram 2, 33 French lg Spanish 33 Engineers 2.
David Eugene Covington
Dtzrid entered '62,
Merry entered '60, Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 1, 23 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 23 Lime-
lighters 1, 2, President 33 French 1, 2, 33 Great
Books 2, 3,
john Carroll Craver
folamzy entered '60, DE Club 1, 2.
Roger Sharp Crawford
Roger entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Publicity 2, Dance 1, 33 Mui:
Iflllg Representative 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 23 Orchestra
33 JV Football 23 Swimming lg Spanish Club 1, 2,
James Henry Cromartie
jimmy entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 3, Dance 23 Track 2, 33 Limelighters
Nancye Russ Crosby
Nancye entered '60, Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 1, 23 GRA lg Clubs: Y-teens lg Limelighters
.Lek Mi -
William Randolph Crothers
Bill entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Welcoming 3, Citizenship 33 'Spar-la Sports Editor
33 Track 1, 2, 33 Clubs: Engineers 3: French 1.
Norman Denis Crowther
Denir entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 2, 3, Publicity 33 Track
33 Cross Country 3.
Gayle Elizabeth Cummings
Gayle entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, Publicity 2, 3, Welcoming 33 GRA 1, 23
Clubs: Y-teens 1, 23 French lg Spanish 3.
Daniel Ray Cutts
Dan entered '60,
Benjamin Tillman Daggett
Benja entered '60, Homeroom Officer lg Band 1.
Sharon Louise Dale
Sharon entered '60, Spanish Club 3.
Richard Randolph Dancy
Ricky entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, School Spirit 33 Track 33 Limelighters
Club 2, 3.
J. Edmond Davis J. Edward Davis
Walter Eugene Daniel jr.
Waller entered '6O. Golf 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Latin 1:
Marsha Lee Davenport
Martha entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, Citizenship 3: GRA 1, Clubs: Y-teens
2, 3, French 1: Spanish 2, 3.
Camilla Middleton Davis
Camilla entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, 3, Public Rela-
tions Zg GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1: Mustang 2,
3g French 1.
James Edmond Davis
jim entered '60. Baseball 2, 3.
James Edward Davis
jimmy entered '6O. Student Council Committees
Dance 1, 2, 3, Publicity 2, 3, Assembly 1, 2, 3
Homeroom Officer 1, 2g Chorus 3: Choir 3: Clubs
Key 3: Mustang 1, 2, President 33 French 1, 2.
Nancy Elizabeth Dawson
Nmzry entered '60. Honor Society 33 Chorus 1, 3
Choir 3: Red Cross 25 GRA 1: Clubs: FTA 1, 31
Treasurer 2: Limelighters 2, 3: French 2, 3: Na-
tional Merit Finalist.
Davenport C. M. Davis
Robert Clarke Dean
Robert entered '60, Student Council 33 Track 1, 2,
33 Cross Country 2, 3: Clubs: Monogram 2, 3,
Michael Anthony Dente Jr.
Alike entered '6O. Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 3: Clubs:
French 1: Latin 3.
Graham William Denton Jr.
Gmlvtzzzz entered '60, Student Council 2, Commit-
tees: School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1. 2, 3. Publicity
1, 23 Homeroom Otiicer 13 .IV Football 1: Clubs:
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Mustang 3: French 3.
Fortunate seniors accepted on earl deeislong
Diamad11r0S Stamatina George Diamaduros
Tim: entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Co-Chairman Handbook-Scrapbook 3, School Spirit
1, 2, AFS 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Class Secretary
2: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 2, Secretary 3,
French 1, 2, 3, DAR Award.
Linda. Loy Dickey
Lindt: entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, Welcoining 3, School Spirit 3: GRA
1, 2, Spanish Club 2.
Carol Ann Dickson
Carol entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 2, School Spirit 1, 2, Welcoming 2: GRA
1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 3: FHA 2, 3: French 1, 35
Latin 2, 3.
George McNeill Dillehay
George entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, Athletic 1, Citizenship 2: Homeroom
Ohicer 2: Golf 2, 35 JV Basketball 1, Clubs: Hi-Y
2, 33 French 1, 2.
Gerald Wayne Dodson
jerry entered '61, Parliamentarian of DE Club 2, 3.
Nancy Susan Dover
Nfuzry entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Wfelcoming 3, School Spirit 3, GRA 1, 2: French
Barbara Elizabeth Dowd
Btzrbtmz entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Publicity 1, 2, 3, AFS 3: 'Spark 2, Editor-in-Chief
3: Honor Society 2, 3, GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens
1, 2, 3: Limelighters 2, French 2, 3: Latin 1:
Ambassadors 2, 33 National Merit Finalist.
Thomas Malcolm Driskill Jr.
Tam entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 2, 3, Welcoming 2, 3:
Red Cross 3, Clubs: Engineers 2, 33 French 1, 2.
Nancy Dover and Bobby Stephens use the student
lounge for study during their lunch period.
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it O it
others anticipate news from favored college
Theodore Marion DuBose IV
Teddy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 3, Publicity 25
Homeroom Otticer 1, 35 Red Cross 25 Baseball 2,
35 Basketball, JV 1, Varsity 2, 35 Clubs: Hi-Y 1,
2, Secretary 35 Mustang 2, 35 Spanish 25 Wildacres
Jane Ann Ed
fone entered '60. Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Oihcer 35 Honor Society
2, 35 GRA 1, 25 Clubs: Ambassadors 2, 33 Y-teens
1, 2, Vice-President 35 FHA 35 French 2, 35 Latin
Caroline McHardy Elliot
Caroline entered '60, Student Council 3, Commit-
tees: AFS, Chairman 3, Publicity 2, 3, School Spirit
15 Homeroom Officer 1, 25 'Spark 2, Features Edi-
tor 35 Honor Society 2, 35 Junior Marshal5 GRA
1, 25 Clubs: Ambassadors 1, 2, 35 Y-teens 1, 3,
Vice-President 25 Mustang 1, 2, 35 Limelighters
25 French 2, 35 Latin 15 AFS Exchange Student.
George James Elliott
George entered '60. Student Council 3, Athletic
Committee, Co-Chairman 35 Homeroom Ofhcer 1,
2, 35 Choir 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 35 Basketball, JV 1,
Varsity 2, 35 Varsity Football 33 Clubs: Key 35
Monogram 2, 35 Hi-Y 3.
Marian Janet Ellis
Marian entered '60, Student Council 2, Committees:
Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Officer
2, 35 Honor Society 35 GRA 1, 25 Clubs: Ambassa-
dors 35 Y-teens 1, 2, 35 FHA 35 French 2, Secre-
tary 35 Latin 1.
Joseph Edgar Elrod III
Ed entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, Public Relations 35 Tennis 2, 35
French 1, 2.
Sarah Ruth Ervin
Sally entered '60. Student Council 35 'Spark 2,
Assistant Editor 35 Honor Society 35 GRA 1, 25
Latin Club 1.
. Flynn Foley
Carolyn Jenkins Farnan
Ctirolyu entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 35 Homeroom Officer
1, 25 GRA 1, 25 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 35 French 15
John Raymond Faulk
jobiz entered '60. JV Football 25 Clubs: Engineers
2, 35 Spanish 3.
Bertram Carlos Finch III
Buddy entered '60, Student Council 2, 3, Commit-
tees: Assembly, Co-Chairman 3, Dance 2, 3, House
and Grounds 35 Homeroom Officer 1, 35 Junior
Marshal, Football, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3: Clubs: Key
2, 35 Monogram 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 3, President 25
Mustang 2, 35 Latin 1, 2: Honor Society 3.
Clarissa Landis Finley
C1-ir entered '60, Student Council Committees'
Publicity 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 25
GRA 1, 25 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 35 City-County
FHA Vice-President 2, President 3.
John Roddy Finley
face entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, School Spirit 25 Homeroom Otiicer 1, 2,
35 Baseball 1, 2, 3.
James Bryan Fitzgerald
jim entered '60. Student Council Publicity Com-
mittee 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3'
Latin Club 15 Honor Society 3.
Fletcher Smith Flynn II
Snzilfy entered '60. Student Council 1 5 Committees'
Dance 1, 2, 3, Welcoming 2, 35 Junior Marshal:
Chorus 3: Choir 3: Baseball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3'
Hi-Y 35 Mustang 2, 35 French 1, 2, 3.
Alice Theresa Marie Foley
Alice entered '60.
John Alan Folsom
john entered '58. Homeroom Officer 1.
Finch C. L. Finley
Edward Robert Foster
Eddie entered '60.
Marilyn Ruth Frank
Lynn entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Dance 35 GRA 1, 2, French Club
1, 2, 3.
Sharon Sue Franklin
Sl7r1J'0ll entered '61, Student Council Committees:
Publicity 2, 3, Dance 3, XXfelcoming 35 Homeroom
Officer 35 GRA 25 Clubs: Y-teens 2, 35 Spanish
Stuart McKaig receives the honor of representing
Myers Park at the Boys' State convention.
J. R. Finley Fitzgerald
,I eff Beaver
Judith Louise Frerking
Judy entered '60. Student Council Commtitees:
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, Chorus 1, 3,
GRA 1, 2.
Roberta Young Frost
Roberm entered '60. Student Council 2, 3, Commit-
tees: Dance 1, 2, 3, Co-Chairman, Public Relations
3, junior Marshal, Chorus 3, Cheerleader 2, 3,
GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Ambassadors 1, 2, 3, Y-teens 1,
2, 3, Mustang 1, 2, 3: French 1, Latin 1, 2.
Gaye Annette Gaddy
Grzye entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Dance 1, 2, 3, Publicity 1, GRA
1, 2, Spanish Club 3.
Robert Lee Garner
Bobby entered '61. Student Council 3, Band 2,
Drum Maior 3, Engineers 3.
Jeannie Nadine Glatfelter
jerzzzzzie entered '62, Student Council Dance Com-
Ronald Nelson Gleason
Romiie entered '60. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Clubs:
Monogram 2, 3, Spanish 2, 3.
Robert Thomas Glenn
Bob entered '60. Clubs: Spanish 3, Engineers 2,
Secretary 3, Radio 2.
Daniel Frederick Greene
Dan entered '60. Student Council Citizenship Com-
mittee 3, Homeroom Officer 3, Honor Society 3,
Band 1, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Cross-Country 2, 3,
Clubs: Monogram 2, 3, Engineers 3, Latin 1, 2,
President 3, National Merit Finalist.
james A. Gribble III
jim entered '60. Baseball 2.
William Benjamin Grifenhagen
Billy entered '60. Clubs: Latin 1, Engineers 2,
Don Alfred Grigg
Don entered '61, Mustang 3, Baseball 3, Track 2,
Clubs: French 2, 31 Radio 3, President 2, Honor
joseph Monahan Grisdale
Buddy entered '62. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 3, Baseball 3, French Club 3.
Martha jean Grosboll
Marrbrz jew: entered '60. Student Council Com-
mittees: Elections 3, Publicity 2, School Spirit 1,
Homeroom Oliicer 3, Murtazzg Representative 1,
2, 3: Honor Society 2, Treasurer!Vice President 3,
junior Marshal, GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Ambassadors
2, 3, Debate 2, Limelighters 2, French 2, 3, Latin
1, Y-teens Inter-Club Council 2, 3, Treasurer 1.
William Francis Haake II
Bill entered '60. Student Council School Spirit
Committee 3, Wrestling 2, Clubs: Engineers 2, 3,
French 1, 2, Great Books 3, Limelighters 2, Sec-
Ann Dunlap Hall
Ann entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Public Relations 3, Homeroom
Officer 2, Red Cross 1, GRA 1, Clubs: Y-teens 1,
2, French 3, Latin 1, 2, Honor Society 3.
Thomas Jackson Hall
lark entered '60. Red Cross 3, Wrestling 1, Base-
ball 1, 2, Football, ,IV 1, Varsity 2.
joseph Hutchinson Ham IV
joe entered '60. Honor Society 2, 3, Clubs: French
1, 2, 35 Latin 1, 2, National Merit Finalist.
Elizabeth Hawkins Hambley
Liz entered '60. GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens
French 1, 2, 3, Spanish 3.
Arthur Ray Hamrick
Arlbur 'entered '60.
William Calhoun Hanks Jr.
13 Billy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Welcoming 2, 3, Dance 2, 3, House and Grounds
3, Homeroom Officer 2, Golf 2, Wrestling 2, 3,
French Club 2, 3.
John Wesley Hardin
john entered '61.
Ruby Virginia Hancock .
Virginia entered '60. Student Council Committees: A H Sandra Gwendolyn Hardmg
Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 1, 2, 3, GRA 1, 2.
Charles Robinson Hanes II
Sondra entered 60. DE Club 3.
Joseph Jackson Harkey
joe entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Chip entered '60. Homeroom Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, Honor Dame 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 3, publicity 3, 33
50Cif?fY 39 TCDIUS 1, 2, 33 C1UbS3 MOYIOJHIU 39 Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 1, Clubs: Monogram
Engineers 1, Latin 1.
2, 3, Spanish 2, 3.
Harkey H. P. Harris
Howard Pinckney Harris
Houw-d entered '6O. Clubs: Engineers 2, 33 Latin 1
joseph Millard Harris
joe entered '60, Student Council 33 Dance Com-
mittee 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 23 Chorus 3
Choir 33 Hi-Y 2, President 3.
Robert Charles Hastings
Bob entered '61, Wfrestling 2, 33 Track lg JV Foot
ball 2, 33 Monogram Club 2, 3.
Anne Elizabeth Hawn
Anne entered '60. Student Council Committees
Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 2, Wfelcoming 33 M111
mug 33 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3, French 1, 2. 3.
A. D. Hall T. J. Hall
J. M. Harris Hastings
Robert Hoyt Hayes
Ruben entered '60.
Carolyn jane Heacock
Ctzmiwz entered '60. Student Council 1, 3, Com-
mittees: Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 13 Homeroom
Officer 23 Mmztzzzg Representative 1, 2, 33 GRA
1, 23 Clubs: Ambassadors 2, 33 Pen Pushers 23
Y-teens 1, 2, 33 Mustang 1, 2, 33 Spanish 2.
Aflmmfzzze entered '62. Clubs: Limelighters 33 Great
Kenneth Wayne Helms
Kenny entered '60. Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra I3
Clubs: Engineers 33 Great Books 33 French 1. 3.
John Albert Hemphill
jack entered '6O. Student Council 3, Committees:
School Spirit 3, Chairman, Athletic 33 Band 1, 2,
33 Wfrestling 1, 2, 33 Track lg Monogram Club
1, 2, 3.
Nancy Dickson Henderson
Nancy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, School Spirit 1, 33 Mzzimzzg, Representa-
tive 1, Staff 23 Chorus Z, 33 Choir 2, Treasurer 33
GRA 13 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2: FTA 33 French 3'
Andrew Avery Hensley
Andy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 2, 3, Athletic 33 Home-
room Othcer 1, 33 Basketball, JV 1, Varsity 2.
Connelia Adelaide Hicks
Comze entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 2, 3, Wfelcoming 3, School Spirit 1, 2,
Homeroom Officer 1, Mzzrfzzzzg Representative 1,
2, 3, Stafir 3, GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, FTA
2, Treasurer 3, Spanish 2, 3, Latin 1, 2, 3.
David William Thomas Hirsch
Drzrid entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Wfelcoming 1, Dance 2, School Spirit 3, Red Cross
31 Clubs: Engineers 3, French 1, 2.
David William Hoag
Dizrid entered '61. Honor Society 2, 3, Band 2, 3,
Kathryn Celeste Hobbs
K.-:Ihr entered '60. GRA 1, 2.
Stephen Blake Hodges
Slew entered '60, Homeroom Officer 2, Track 3,
Football, JV 2, Varsity 3, Clubs: Monogram 3,
John David Hoffman
john entered '61, Engineers Club 3.
John Montgomery Hogewood
Mmzfy entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Public Relations 2, Co-Chairman 3, Dance 1, 2, 3,
Citizenship 1, 2, 3, Homeroom Ofhcer 1, 2, Choir
1, Clubs: Key 2, Treasurer 3, Mustang 33 French
l, 2, 3.
Linda Carole Holder
Lyn Camle entered '61, Student Council Commit-
tees: Dance 3, Citizenship 3, Choir 2, 32 Orchestra
2, 3, Clubs: Limelighters 2, French 3, Latin 2, 3.
1, A George Lands Hollingsworth
Lauzzy entered '60, Chorus 1.
Lee Franklin Holman
Lee entered '6O. Clubs: Limelighters 2, 32 Great
Books 2, President 3.
1 William Haley Holmes
Bill entered '60. Band 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3.
Toni Elizabeth Honey
Toni entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Publicity 2, 3, Homeroom
Officer 1, 2, 3, Junior Marshal, JV Cheerleader,
GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Ambassadors 2, 3, Y-teens 2, 3,
Mustang 1, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, Latin 1. '
Nancy Lou Honeycutt
INTLIIICJ' entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, Public Relations 3, School Spirit 2,
Homeroom Officer 1, 2, Chorus 1, Lettergirl 3,
GRA 1, 2, GAA, Treasurer 3, Varsity Basketball
3, Y-teens 1.
Joan Paulette Hood
jam entered '60. Red Cross 2, GRA 1, 2, French
Club 1, 2, 3.
Betty Shannon Hoover
Befly entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Wfelcoming 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance
1, 2, Homeroom Officer 3, Red Cross 1, 2, Clubs:
Y-teens 1, 2, FTA 3, French 3.
Jacqueline Rochelle Hopkins
jizriye' entered '6O. Band 1, 2, 32 GRA 1, 2, All-
State Orchestra 3.
Helen Corinne Horne
Curizme entered '60. Student Council 1, Commit-
tees: Dance 1, 2, Public Relations 2, Homeroom
Otiicer 1, 2, Junior Marshal, Orchestra 1, 3, Sec-
retary-Treasurer 2, Red Cross 1, GRA 1, 2, Clubs:
Ambassadors 1, 2, 3, Y-teens 1, 2, Mustang 2, 3.
James Gaston Hough Jr.
jjllllli-J' entered '60. Red Cross 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
Clubs: Monogram 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
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Jeanne Thompson Hough
feimzze entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2, Chorus 3, GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Lime-
lighters 3, Great Books 3.
Judith Marlin Hough
Indy entered '60. Spanish Club 1, 3.
Roy Wilson House
Roy entered '59. Student Council Dance Commit
tee 1, Homeroom Officer 1, Track 1, 2, Clubs
Engineers 2, 3, Spanish 3.
Mary Patricia Howie
room Officer 1: GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2
Limelighters 1, French 1, 2.
Puffy entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2. Publicity 1, Home-
Byron Malcolm Hudson
Byron entered '6O.
Charles Samuel Hudson IH
Chuck entered '6O. DE Club 1, 2.
Robert Charles Hunt Jr.
Bobby entered '60. Homeroom Officer 1, Choir 1,
IV Football 1, Engineers Club 3.
Gale Elizabeth Hunter
Gale entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, 3, Publicity 2,
Mzzrzrnzg Representative 1, 2, 3, 'Spark 2, Junior
Marshal, GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, Lime-
lighters 1, French 1, 2, 3.
,l. T. Hough J. M. Hough
Hunt G. E. Hunter
Irma Elaine Hunter
Elaine entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, Welcoming 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens
3: Spanish 3.
Maureen Helen Hunter
Maureezz entered '62,
Linda Elizabeth jackson
Linda entered '60, GRA 1.
Margaret Louise James
Ma1'gm'ez entered '6O. Homeroom Officer 1, 3:
Honor Society 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 3:
Red Cross 2: Clubs: Debate 2, Secretary 3: French
l. E. Hunter M. H. Hunter
Frances Marie jannette
Frtzizref entered '61. Chorus 3.
Jane Ann Jarrell
jane entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1. 2, 3, Publicity 1, 2:
Chorus 3: Choir 3: Red Cross 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens
1, 2, 3: French 1.
William Thomas Jeffries
Bill entered '6O. Student Council 2, 3, House and
Grounds, Chairman 3, Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 3:
Homeroom Otiicer 2, 3: junior Marshal: JV Foot-
ball 2: Clubs: French 2, 3: Latin 1.
Horne J. G. Hough
U. Nl. Hudson C. S. Hudson
Elizabeth Ann Jewel
A1111 entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Vlfelcoming 3: Chorus 1: Y-teens
Erhard Erwin joerchel
Erhard entered '6Z. Student Council 3: Clubs: Key
3: Mustang 3: Debate 3. 717 Schwaebish Hall,
Bahnhof Strasse 15, Germany.
Mary Carolyn Johnson
Cazuluyu entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 3, School Spirit 2, Dance Ig Homeroom
Officer 3: GRA 2: French Club 1, 2.
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Jeff Beaver, Tommy Spencer recipients of
E. D. Johnston
R. L. Johnston
H. L. Jones
J. M. Jones
S. F. Jones
Edward David Johnston Jr.
Eddy entered '60.
Rebekah Leanora Johnston
Berby entered '60. Chorus 2, Choir 2, Red Cross ,
1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, GRA 1, Clubs: Y-teens
1, Debate 3. 1
Joyce Ann Johnstone
Joyce entered '60. Student Council Committees: I
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, Red Cross 2, .
GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, FHA 2, President
3, French 1, Spanish 3.
Harry Lee Jones
Lee entered '60. Swimming 1, 2, 3, rack 1, 3,
Football, Manager 1, Cross Country 1, 2, Clubs: I
Monogram 1, 2, 3, French 2, 3.
John Michael Jones
Mike entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Citizenship 2, Chairman 3, Homeroom Oflicer 2, 1
3, Class Secretary 3, Junior Marshal, Track 1, 2, 3, .
Key Club 2, Secretary 3, Honor Society 3.
Sara Frances Jones
Sara Fmfzcer entered '60. GRA 1, 2.
Patricia Rosan Joyce
Pazzy entered '60.
Carolyn Dera Keith
Carolyn entered '60. Student Council Publicity
Committee 3, Homeroom Ofhcer 1, GRA 1.
Deborah Jo Kelleher
Debby entered '60. Student Council Committees: I
School Spirit 1, Public Relations 2, Welcoming 33 I
GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 2, 3, Treasurer 1, French W
1, 2, 5. -
Virginia Dabney Kelley E
Dabney entered '60. Girls Varsity Basketball 3.
Rolfe Mason Kennedy Jr. V
Rolfe entered '60. Homeroom Ofhcer 3, Tennis 1, I
2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3.
John Marcus Kester III
jobn entered '60. Basketball Manager 1, Spanish
Terry Jane Kimbirl
Terry entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 3, Welcoming 3, Red Cross 3, GRA
1, 2, Clubs: Pen Pushers 3, Y-teens 1, 2, Spanish
Carol Anne Kimler
Cm-ol entered '61,
Alice Ann Kimel
Alice Amz entered '60. Student Council Commit-
tees: Publicity 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, Welcoming
3, Honor Society 2, Secretary 3, Chorus lg Choir
3, GRA 1, 2, FTA 2, 3: Clubs: Ambassadors 2,
3, Y-teens 2, 3, Limelighters 2, Latin Club 1,
National Merit Finalist. -
Valued orehead scholarship
Carol Forrest King
Carol entered '60, Homeroom Officer 2: Red Cross
1: GRA 1: Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2: French 1, 2, 5.
Linda Frances King
Linda entered '6O. GRA 1: Pen Pushers 3.
Devonne Frances Kinney
Defie entered '60. GRA 1, 2: Pen Pushers 2, 5.
Kathleen Morris Kirkwood
Kathleen entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, Citizenship 3, School Spirit 1, 2:
Homeroom Officer 1. 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens
2: FTA 3: French 1, 2, 5.
David Mosteller Kiser
David entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mitfe 5: Golf 1, 2, 3: JV Basketball 1: Spanish
Gerald Dean Kiser
jerry entered '6O. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 3: Homeroom Otlicer 2, 3: Track 3: Foot-
ball, JV 1, Varsity 2: Clubs: Monogram 3: Span-
ish 2, 3.
Barbara jean Kopp
Barham entered '61. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 3: GRA 2: Clubs: Y-teens
3: French 2, 3: Latin 2, 3: Honor Society 3.
y C. F. King L. F. King
Kopp F. S. Kuester
Faison Shaw Kuester
Ftzimzz entered '6O. Student Council 3, Committees:
House and Grounds 1, Public Relations 3, Assem-
bly, Co-Chairman 3: JV Basketball 1: Clubs: Hi-Y
2, 53 Latin 1.
Kate Adele Kuester
Kifty entered '60, Student Council 1, Committees:
School Spirit 1, Public Relations 2. Wfelcoming 53
Homeroom Officer 2: Murlruzg 2, Student Life
Editor 3: Red Cross 3, GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Ambassa-
dors 1, 2, 3: Y-teens 2, 3, Secretary 1: French 3,
Latin 1: Honor Society 3.
Claudine Donna Lake
Clrzudizze entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Tratfc 1, Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 2: GRA 1:
Clubs: Y-teens 1: French 1, 2.
john Hartwell Lane
101111 entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
House and Grounds 3, Dance 2. 51 Homeroom
Officer 1: Tennis 3: Clubs: Mustang 1, 2, 3: Latin
1: Engineers 5.
Peggy Jean Lanning
Peggy entered '60. Student Council 1, Welcoming
Committee 5: Orchestra 1, 2, 51 Clubs: Y-teens 1,
French 2, 3.
K. A. Kuester Lake
.lolm Lane welcomes AFS student Erllard Joerchel
D. M. Kiser G. D. Kiser
county FT :
Thomas Pinckney Lauppe
Tom entered '60. Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 2, 33 Homeroom Otiicer 1, 2, 33 Chorus 23
Choir 2. 33 Football, JV 1, Varsity 2, 33 Clubs:
Monogram 2, 33 Engineers 2, Vice-President 33
French 2, 3.
Dorothy Ella Lawing
Dui entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Publicity 23 'Spark 2, 33 GRA 1,
23 Clubs: Y-teens 33 French 1, 2, 3.
Shelley Jean Laws
Shelley entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, Citizenship 13 GRA 1, 23 Clubs:
French 1, 23 Spanish 3.
Dianne Mary LeCarpentier
Diizmze entered '6O. GRA 1.
Barbara Richardson Leonard
Bfmzzie entered '60, Student Council Committees.
Dance 3, Publicity 33 GRA 1, 23 French Club 1.
William Russell Lewis
Bill entered '61.
Kenneth Pressley Lineberger Jr.
wuz entered '60 Honor Society 3' Band 1 2, 3,
K y . , , -
Orchestra lg Tennis 2, 33 Clubs: Engineers 13
French 2, 33 Latin 1, 2, 3.
Henr Arthur Linker Jr
Hunk entered '60. Track 2, 33 Wrestling 1.
Anne Birch Lipford
Birch entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 13 Homeroom Officer 2,
33 GRA 1, 23 GAA, President 33 Clubs: Ambassa-
dors 2, 33 Y-teens 13 FTA 23 Mustang 2, Secretary
33 French 23 Latin 1.
Judith Elizabeth Lloyd
Judy entered '60. 'Spark 33 Chorus 13 Red Cross
33 GRA 13 Y-teens Club 1.
Pamela Waters Logan
Pam entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 23 Homeroom
Officer lg Junior Marshal: GRA 1, 23 Clubs:
Y-teens 1, 23 Latin lg Honor Society 3.
Judith Huggins Love
judy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Dance 2, 3, Publicity 33 Home-
room Otiicer lg Mzzrlrzfzg Representative 13 Red
Cross 23 GRA 1, 23 Swimming 23 Clubs: Y-teens
1, 23 French 33 Latin 1.
James Wilbur Lovings Jr.
jimmy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 2, Dance 3, School Spirit 23 Spanish
Benjamin Simons Lucas Jr.
Bez: entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 3, House and
Grounds 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 33 Golf 1, 2,
33 Varsity Basketball 23 Clubs: Monogram 2, 33
Spanish 1, 2.
Elizabeth Theresa McArver
Bezb entered '60, Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1, 23 GRA 1, 2, 33 Y-teens Club 1, 2.
William Banks McClintock III
Bill entered '60. Student Council Welcoming Com-
mittee 23 Chorus 33 Wrestling 1.
Donna Kay McCorkle
Domi.: entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 3, School Spirit 1, Dance 23 Murtang
2, 33 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 33 French 33
Susan Dell McCorkle
Dell entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 33 Orchestra
1, 2, 33 GRA 1, 2.
Luther Morris McEwen
Morrir entered 360. Mrzrmzzg 1, 2, Photography
Editor 33 Band 13 French Club 2, 3.
Gene Woodall McGarity Jr.
Mar entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Publicity 2, 3, Dance 33 Homeroom Otiicer 23
Honor Society 33 Junior Marshal3 Swimming 1, 2,
Co-Captain 33 Clubs: Monogram 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2,
Treasurer 33 French 33 Latin 1.
David Jackson McGinty
Drzrid entered '6O. Homeroom Officer 33 Honor
Society 33 Swimming 2, Co-Captain 33 Clubs:
Monogram 2, 33 Engineers 23 French 13 Spanish 3.
Barbara Jean McGowan
Brzrlmm entered '60. GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Pen Pushers
3: DE 3.
Lawing Laws I
John O'Brien McGuire
john entered '60, Student Council School Spirit
Committee 33 Football, Manager 3g Latin Club 13
National Merit Finalist.
Richard Irving McHenry
Richard entered '60, Student Council 3, Commit.
tees: School Spirit 1, 3, Welcoming 2, 3, Dance
1, 33 Homeroom Otificer 2, 33 Honor Society 2,
President 33 Tennis 23 Clubs: French 2, 33 Latin
l3 National Merit Finalist.
Dianne Louise Mclntire
Djizzzzze entered '6O. Chorus 1, 2, 33 Choir 1, 3,
Treasurer 23 Red Cross 23 Spanish Club 2, Vice-
Albert Stuart McKaig III
Stuart entered '60. Student Council 1, 2, President
3, Committees: Handbook, Chairman 2, Citizen-
ship 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, 3, Class President 2,
Honor Society 2, 3, Chief junior Marshal, Golf
1, 2, 3, Basketball, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3, Clubs: Key
1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, President 1, Mustang 1, 2, 3,
Spanish 2, Latin 1.
Jane Green McNeary
jane entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 1, Welcoming 3, Public Relations 3,
Mustang 3, GRA 1, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3, FHA
1, Debate 2, 3, French 3, Latin 1, 2.
Charlotte Anne McNeill
Anne entered '60. Choir 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
.. .-.. M.. , .
Jerome Rutledge McNinch
Ievry entered '60. Homeroom Officer 2.
Thomas Albert McRae
Tonznzvy entered '60. Chorus 3, Choir 3, Swimming
Z, Clubs: Limelighters 3, French 1.
john Coble MacNeill Jr.
jack entered '60. Honor Society 3, Cross Country
1, Clubs: French 2, 3, Latin 1, Great Books 3.
Mary Helen Marlitt
Mary entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 2, 3, GRA 1, 2, French Club 3.
Linda Laslie Mallonee
Linda entered '61. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, Publicity 3, School Spirit 3, GRA 2,
Y-teens 2. ,
D. K. MCCOrkle S. D. fVlcCorkle
Victoria Elizabeth Malphurs
Vickie entered '60.
Nancy Jane Manning
Nrnzry entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Elections, Chairman 3, Wfelcoming 1, 2, School
Spirit 1, Homeroom Otticer 1, Mzzrmzzg Repre-
sentative 1, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, GRA 1, 2,
Clubs: Ambassadors 1, Z, 3, Y-teens 1, 2, 3, Debate
2, Limelighters 2, 3, French 1, 2, President 3,
National Merit Finalist.
Paul Blaine Marion Jr.
Paul entered '60. Student Council 3, Committeesg
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, 3, Public Rela-
tions 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Band 1, Clubs:
Hi-Y 2, 3, French 33 Latin 1.
new thls year
Ellen Greear Martin
Ellen entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, School Spirit 1, 2: 'Spark 3: GRA 1, 2:
Clubs: Y-teens 2, 3: French 3: Latin 1.
Hugh Wilson Martin Jr.
Hugh entered '6O. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 2: Football, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3.
Bette Gail Masters
Bene entered '60, Student Council Publicity Com-
mittee 2: Red Cross 3: GRA 1: Track 2: Clubs:
Pen Pushers 2, Secretary 3: Y-teens 2.
George Lee Mathews
George entered '60. DE Club 2, 3.
Alice Susan Matthews
Szmzzz entered '60, Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1: Homeroom Officer 3: Chorus 32
Choir 3: Swimming 2: GRA 1, 2: French Club
1, 2. ,
Dwight Ralph Mays
Dwight entered '60. Homeroom Officer 3: Honor
Society 3: Chorus 3: Choir 3: Clubs: Debate 2, 32
French 2, 3: Latin 1, 2.
Bonnie Lynn Meyer
Bwzizie entered '60, Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1, 2, 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1,
2: French 3.
Catherine Frances Miller
Cathey entered '61. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 3, School Spirit 3: Chorus 2, 3: Choir
2, 3: GRA 2: Clubs: Limelighters 3: French 3.
Jean Brooks Miller
Jerzzz entered '60. Student Council 2, Secretary 3,
Committees: Welcoming, Co-Chairman 2, School
Spirit 1, Citizenship 2: Homeroom Oflicer 1:
Junior Marshal: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3: GRA 1:
Clubs: Ambassadors 1, 2, 3: Y-teens 1, 2: Mustang
1, 2, 3: Latin 1: Miss Hi-Miss: Miss Myers Park:
Girls State 2: Homecoming Attendant 2: Honor
Marilyn Augusta Miller
Mfzrilyzz entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, School Spirit 2, GRA 1: Clubs: Y-teens
2, 3: French 1.
Susan Jane Miller
5111.112 entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, Publicity 1, 2, School Spirit 1, 2:'Sp111'h
2, 3: Red Cross 1: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1:
FTA 2: Spanish 2, 3.
Warren Robert Miller
Bohhy entered '60, DE Club 3.
Brenda Lee Mitchell
Brenda entered '60. GRA 1, 2: DE Club 2, Re-
Thomas Jeffreys Mitchiner Jr.
Jef entered '60. Student Council Citizenship Com-
mittee 3: Homeroom Ofhcer 3: Mmzzzzzg 2, Treas-
urer 3: Chorus 1, 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Hi-Y 1,
2, 3: Latin 1, 2: American Freedom Institute 2.
Travis Waterbury Moon
Tonzzzzy entered '60. Student Council Committees:
House and Grounds 1, Dance 2: Homeroom Officer
1, 2, 3: Swimming 1, 2: Baseball 2, 3: Football,
JV 1, Varsity 2. 33 Clubs: French 1, 2: Monogram
l, 2, 3.
Jack Henry Moore Jr.
Iuchie entered '60,
Saundra Pinckney Moore
S.11111drr1 entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, School Spirit 2, 3, Publicity 3: GRA 1,
2: Pen Pushers 3,
Ruel Hines Morgan
Tufizzhy entered '60, Wfrestling Manager l, 2.
Laura Susan Morrison
51151111 entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Welcoming 3, School Spirit 2: Chorus 1: GRA 1:
Clubs: Y-teens 3: French 3,
E. C. Martin
M. A. Miller
James Clyde Moseley
jim entered '61. Student Council Dance Committee
31 Chorus 3: Choir 3.
Susan Lynda Moseley
511.11111 entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs:
Y-teens 1, 2, 3: FTA 3: French 2, 3: Latin 1.
Ewleezz entered '60, Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1: Homeroom Oiiicer 1, 2: Mll.l'fill1g
Representative 3: Chorus 2, 3: Choir 2, Secretary
3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3: FTA 3:
French 3: Latin 1: Y-teens Inter-Club Council 3.
Judith Ann Murray
,Indy entered '61. Student Council Dance Commit-
tee 2: GRA 2: Chorus 2: Choir 2, 3: Clubs: Lime-
lighters 2, 3: French 2, 3,
H. W. Martin Masters
C. F. Miller J. B. Miller
S. J. Miller W. R. Miller
Charles Emion Myers
Chic entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 2, 3:
IVI11.rf1n1,H 33 Choir 1, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Cross Coun-
try 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Monogram 2, 3: Engineers 1,
Treasurer 2, President 3: Inter-City Engineers
Club, President 3.
Mary Willard Myers
Mary entered '60. Student Council 1, Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, Vlfelcoming 3:
GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 2, President 3: French
3: Latin 1.
111,211 entered '62, Student Council 3, Citizenship
Committee 3: Clubs: Ambassadors 3: Y-teens 3:
Mustang 3: Limelighters 3: Vice-President French
3. Markallen 37 Stabekk, Norway.
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3 I ,fi 4
x l ' i 3 l
Morrison .l. C. Moseley
M. W. Myers Nakling
Mary Elizabeth Nelson
Libby entered '60, Student Council School Spirit
Committee 13 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Pen Pushers 2,
Treasurer 33 French 2, 3.
Dorothy Kay Orr
Dottie entered '60. Band 1, 2, 33 Red Cross lg
Clubs: French 33 Latin 1.
Judith Lynne Parker
Judy entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 1, 2, Welcoming 33
Homeroom Officer 1, 23 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens
2, 53 French 1, 2.
Alice Leonard Paterson
Alice entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Dance 2, Homeroom Officer 2,
33 Red Cross lg GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Y-teens 13
Debate 2, 33 French 33 Latin 1.
Moon J. H. Moore
S. L. Moseley Mulwee
Jane Hunt Patterson
fume entered '6O. Student Council 13 Committees:
Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 1, 33
Homeroom Officer 1, 33 Murztnzg Representative 2,
Staff 53 Millie Mustang 33 Red Cross 23 GRA 1,
23 Clubs: Ambassadors 1, 2, Secretary 33 Y-teens
1, 23 French 1, 2, 33 Spanish 3.
Thomas Charles Pearson
Tommy entered '6O.
james Norman Pease III
Normfzrz entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 13 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 33 Class Officer,
Secretary 1, Vice President 23 Honor Society 2, 33
junior Marshal3 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Clubs: Key 2,
President 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 13 Mustang 1, 2,
33 Latin 13 Junior Rotarian 3.
1 as I
S. P. Moore Morgan
Murray C. E. Myers
Sara Frances Pennigar
Sally entered '6O. Student Council 5, Committees:
Publicity 2, 3, Citizenship 2, 3, School Spirit lg
Homeroom Officer 23 Mzzmzzzg 1, 2, Editor 33
Honor Society 33 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Ambassadors
1, 2, 33 Y-teens 1, 3, Treasurer 23 Limelighters 23
French 33 Latin 1, 23 Y-teens Inter-Club Council,
Nancy Ellen Perry
Nan entered '6O. Student Council School Spirit
Committee 13 'Spark 13 GRA 1, 23 Clubs: Pen
Pushers 2, 33 FHA 2.
Suzie entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Dance 23 'Spark 2, Business Man-
ager 33 GRA lg Varsity Basketball 33 Clubs: FTA
1QF1'61'1Cl'1 1, 2, 3.
David Hoag and Ken Avent join members of
B. A. Richardson
Harold Lee Phillips Jr.
Bud entered '60. Student Council Dance Committee
1, 2, 3: Homeroom Otiicer 1: Track 1, 3: Football,
,IV 1, Varsity 2, 3: Clubs: Monogram 2, 3: Span-
Lloyd Stafford Pierce jr.
Lloyd entered '60. Track 2, 3: Monogram Club 3.
Thomas William Porter jr.
Tom entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, Publicity 3: Clubs: Debate 2: French 1.
William David Purnell
Druid entered '60. Mzzmzfzg 3: Honor Society 2,
President 3: Swimming 3: Clubs: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3:
Debate 2, Vice President 33 Latin 1, 2, 3: National
Merit Finalist: Harding Scholarship.
James Ray Queen
jimmy entered '60. Track 3: Wr'estling 1: Mono-
gram Club 3.
jan Rhenette Query
1,111 entered '61. Student Council Committees:
Welcoming 3, Dance 2, 3, School Spirit 2: Mm-
ftmg 3: Red Cross 2: GRA 2: Y-teens 3.
James Allen Raines
jinzmy entered '60, Track 1: Cross Country 1: En-
gineers Club 2, 3.
Michael Ray Rankin
Mike entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 2, 3, Citizenship 3, Welcoming 2, 3:
Mmtfzzzg Representative 1, 2, 3: French Club 1
Fred Lee Ratchford jr.
Fred entered '60, Cross Country 3: Clubs: Engi-
neers 2, 3: French 1, 2.
Caryl Janice Rehm
Caryl entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 3, Wfelcoming 33 Homeroom Officer 2:
Chorus 2, 3: Choir 2, 3: Red Cross 3: Clubs:
Y-teens 1: FTA 2, 3: Debate 2, 3: French 1, 2, 3:
Great Books 3.
Mary Myers writes Sally Ervin a release absence
for her long-awaited college day to Duke.
Charlotte mphon rchestra for concerts
Patsy Jane Reich
Patty entered '61, Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, School Spirit 3, Publicity 3, Choir 3.
Margaret Susan Rembert
Szzmzz entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 3, GRA 1, 2,
GAA 3, Millie Mustang 3, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3,
Limelighters 3, French 1, Spanish 2,
Linda Kay Rhyne
Lindfz entered '60. Chorus 1, 3, Choir 3, GRA 1, 2.
Lyttleton Cockrell Rich
Lyzzlelwz entered '60. Student Council 3, Commit-
tees: Dance 1, 2 School Spirit 1, Co-Chairman 3'
Homeroom Officer 1, 2, Lettergirl 3, JV Cheer:
leader, GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Ambassadors 1, 2, 3,
Y-teens 1, 2, Mustang 1, 2, Vice President 3'
Barbara Ann Richardson
B11r!1111'11 entered '60, GRA 1, 2,
Cecelia Crossett Richardson
Cecelia entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Publicity 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 2, 3, GRA
1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, Spanish 2, 3.
James Edward Rinesh
jimmy entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 3, Swimming 1, 2, Monogram 1, 2, 3.
Virginia Muzette Roane
Vi1'gi11i11 entered '6O. GRA 2, Varsity Basketball 3,
Clubs: Y-teens 3, French 3, Honor Society 3.
C. C. Richardson Rinesh
V Rogers Rothell
James Cleveland Roberts
jim entered '62. Student Council House and
Grounds Committee 3, Homeroom Otiicer 3, Var-
sity Football 3, Baseball 3.
Elizabeth Ann Robey
A1111 entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 1, Honor Society 31
'Sjuzrk 2, 3, GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 1, 3, French
2, 3, Latin 1.
Jan Williams Robinson
J1111 entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Dance 2, Public Relations 3,
Mllffclllg Representative 1, 2, 3, GRA 1, 2, Clubs:
Y-teens 1, 2, French 1, 2, Mustang 2, 3.
Diana Jane Rogers
Dfcllld entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, Welcoming 3,
GRA 1, 2, GAA, Vice-President 3, Clubs: Y-teens
1, 2, 3, Latin 1.
Freda Zoe Rothell
Freda entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Publicity 2, 3, Dance 1, 2,
'Sptmt 2, 3, GRA 1, 2, Y-teens 1, 2.
Janet Ellsworth Rouzer
1.111 entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Publicity 2, School Spirit 2, 3, Honor Society 3,
Junior Marshal, Cheerleader 2, Head 3, GRA l,
Clubs: Mustang 1, 3, Treasurer 2, Limelighters 3,
French 3, Latin 1, 2, Y-teens 1, 2, Honor Society
Joyce McIntyre Rudisill
Mack! entered '60, Student Council 1, 3, Citizen-
ship Committee 2, Homeroom Ohcicer 3, Honor
Society 3, GRA 1, 2, Clubs: Ambassadors 2, 3,
Y-teens 3, French 1, 2, 3, Latin 2.
Donald Edward Sanford
D1111 entered '60, Student Council 2, Committees,
Dance 1, 2, 3, Citizenship 3, Homeroom Otlicer 1,
3, Track 1, 2, 3, Football, JV 1, Varsity 2, 32
French Club 1, 2, 3.
Joseph Rogers Santen
joe entered '61. Band 2, 3, Honor Society 3.
Tere Stokes, Jean Miller, and Roberta Frost are
Myers Park's delegates to Girls' State,
Bernadette Frances Scott
Berzmdelte entered '60, Student Council Commit-
tees: Dance 1, Welcoming 2: Murlluzg 2, Organiza-
tions Editor 3: Honor Society 2, 3: GRA 1, 2:
Clubs: Ambassadors 2, 3: Y-teens 2: FTA 2:
French 1, 2, 3: Latin 1, 2: Angier B. Duke Scholar-
Peter Louis Scott
Pere entered '60, Chorus 1, 2, 3: Swimming 1:
Limelighters Club 1, 2. 3.
Martha Ann Seawright
A7111 entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 2, Citizenship 3: Honor Society 2,
Secretary 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3: FHA
2: Spanish 3: Latin 1, 2, 3.
James Hubert Shackelford
jim entered '60, Student Council Publicity Com-
mittee 1, 2: Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: Honor
Society 2, 3: Junior Marshal: Basketball, JV, 1,
Varsity 2, 3: Clubs: Monogram 2, 3: Latin 1, 2, 3:
Great Books 3: National Merit Finalist.
Elizabeth Lane Shanks
Belly entered '61, Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 2, 3: GRA 2: GAA, Secretary 3: Swimming
2: Golf 2: French Club 2, 3.
Linda Ruth Shanks
Lindt: entered '60, Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Choir 2, 3:
GRA 1: Clubs: Y-teens 2, 3: French 1, 2: Betty
Susan Jane Shaw
Jane entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Welcoming 2, 3, Publicity 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2:
GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1: Spanish 3.
Raleigh Alexander Shoemaker Il
Raleigh entered '60, Student Council 1, 3, Treas-
urer 2, Committees: Dance 2, Citizenship 3: Home-
room Othcer 1: Class President 1, 3: Honor Society
2, 3: Junior Marshal: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Key
1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Mustang 1, 2, 3: Latin 2,
Treasurer 1: Junior Rotarian: Wildacres Delegate:
Angier B, Duke Scholarship Finalist.
George Laycock Short
George entered '60, Student Council 1, 2: Home-
room Ohicer 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3.
Gail Marie Sieger
Gail entered '60, Student Council Committees: Pub-
licity 2, Dance 2: GRA 1, 2.
Michael Flynn Simon
Mickey entered '60,
Beverly Eugenia Sims
Beverly entered '60, Student Council 3, Commit-
tees: School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 3, Publicity 3:
Homeroom Omcer 1, 2: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens
2: French 1, 2.
Nancy Marie Sito
Nancy entered '62, Student Council School Spirit
Barry Edward Sklar
Barry entered '60, 'Spare 2, 3: Clubs: French 1:
Frances Christine Small
Clarir entered '60, Red Cross 1: GRA 1, 2: Y-teens
Daniel Townsend Smith IV
Drnzny entered '60, Student Council 2, Committees:
Dance 2, School Spirit 3, Welcoming 3: Home-
room Otiicer 1, 3: Band 1: Orchestra 2, 3: Cross
Country 2, 3: Clubs: Monogram 3: Engineers 3:
B. F. Scott
Linda Louise Smith
Ljzzdrz entered '60, GRA 2: DE Club 3.
Rebekah Sue Smith
Berlay entered '60, Homeroom Officer 1, 2: GRA
1, 2: Clubs: French 1, 2, 3: Y-teens 3.
Robert Sidney Smith
Sidney entered '60, Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 2, 3: Homeroom Ofiicer 2: Band 2: Orches-
tra 1: Baseball 3: Clubs: Hi-Y 1, 3, Treasurer 2.
Sara Elizabeth Smith
Sum Elizabeth entered '60, Student Council Dance
Committee 1: GRA 1, 2: DE Club 3.
Betty Eileen Sneed
Eileen entered '60, Student Council 3: Homeroom
Othcer 1: Murzmzg Representative 1, 2, 3: Choir 2:
GRA 1, 2: GAA 3: Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2: French
1, 2, 3.
P. L. Scott Seawright
E. L. Shanks L. R. Shanks
Ira Francis Snyder Jr.
Fmurir entered '60, DE Club 2, President 3.
Janet May Solada
jafzez entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Publicity 2, Dance 2: Chorus 1: GRA 1, 2.
Nathaniel Gibson Speir Jr.
Nu! entered '60, Band 1, 2, 3.
Charles Lewis Spencer III
Clalzrlef entered '60, DE Club 3.
Thomas Safford Spencer
Tommy entered '60, Student Council Citizenship
Committee 2: Murzang, Sports Editor 3: Honor
Society 2, Vice-President 3: Wrestling, JV 1, Var-
sity 2, 3: Track 1: Football, JV 1, 2, Varsity 3:
Clubs: Monogram 2, 3: French 2: Latin 1, 2, 3:
Harvard Book Award: National Merit Finalist:
Robert S. Smith S. E. Smith
C. L. Spencer T. S. Spencer
R. M. Stafford S. C. Stafford
Choice Townley Spratt
Tozwzley entered '6O. Student Council 1, Commit-
tees: Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, Publicity 2,
3: Class Treasurer 1, junior Marshal, Lettergirl
3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Mustang 1, 2, 3: Ambassa-
dors 1, 2, President 3: Y-teens, Vice-President 1:
Bonnie Eve Sprinkle
Bonnie entered '60. Chorus 3: GRA 2.
Vicky Ann Spurlin
Vicky entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, Publicity 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: GRA 1. 2,
French Club 2, 3.
Louise Matheny Squires
Louire entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Publicity 2, Public Relations 3:
GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Debate 2: Y-teens 2g French 3:
Latin 1, 2.
Small D. T. Smith
S. G. Stafford Starnes
Richard Morrison Stafford
Dickie entered '60.
Sarah Corinne Stafford
Sally entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 3, Publicity 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 3: GRA
1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2: FTA 33 Great Books 3:
French 1: Spanish 3.
Susan Graham Stafford
Szmznz entered '60, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Citizenship 2, 3, Welcoming 2:
Murzrmg 2, Clubs Editor 3, Honor Society 2, 3:
Red Cross 3, GRA 2: Clubs: French 1, 2, 3: Am-
bassadors 3g Latin 1: Y-teens 2, 3.
sz f g
L. L. Smith Rebekah S. Smith
Richard Lynn Starnes
Dire entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, Public Relations 3: Honor Society 3:
Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: junior Marshal: Track
1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Clubs: Monogram
1, 2, Treasurer 3: Key 2, Vice-President 3, French
janet Lee Stayer
,Liner entered '60, Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 2, 3: GRA 1, 2, Clubs: French 1: Pen
janet Lee Stegall
ftlliel entered '6O. Red Cross 1: GRA 1: Clubs:
Y-teens 1g French 1.
award goes to
Richard Wearn Stenhouse
Dirt entered '60. Track 3: Football, Varsity 3:
Clubs: Monogram 3: Engineers 3.
Robert Clifton Stephens Jr.
Bobby entered '60. Homeroom Ollicer 2, 3: JV
Football 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Monogram 33
French 1, 2, 3.
Michael Warren Stevenson
Mike entered '60. Student Council Citizenship
Committee 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Football, JV 1, Varsity
2, 3: Spanish Club 3.
Jill Glover Stewart
jill entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, Welcoming 2, Public Relations
3: Homeroom Officer 1: Honor Society 3: Junior
Marshal: Chorus 3: Choir 3: GRA 1, 2: Cheer-
leader 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Ambassadors 3: Y-teens 1,
2: Mustang 2, 3: Latin 1, 2.
William Benton Stewart HI
Bill entered '60. Student Council House and
Grounds Commtitee 3: Track 2, 3: Football, JV
1, 2, Varsity 3.
William Myers St. George II
llnizzky entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees:
Dance 2, 3, Citizenship 3, House and Grounds 1:
Homeroom Officer 1, 2: Clubs: Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice-
President 3: Mustang 3: Latin 1.
Thomas Wilder Stinson III
Tommy entered '60. Honor Society 3: Band 1:
Clubs: Latin 1, 2, 3: Radio 2, 3.
Theresa Ann Stokes
Tera entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Publicity 3: GRA 2: Clubs:
Y-teens 2, 3: French 1, 2: Girls' State 2.
Philip Thomas Storey
Phi! entered '62.
Betsy Ann Strawn
Berry entered '60. Student Council 2, 3, Commit-
tees: School Spirit 1, Co-Chairman Publicity 2,
Co-Chairman Welcoming 3: Homeroom Officer 1,
2: Honor Society 2, 3: Junior Marshal: Lettergirl
2, Head 3: JV Cheerleader: Orchestra 1, 2, Vice-
President 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Ambassadors 1, 3,
Treasurer 2: Y-teens 3, Secretary 1: Mustang 2, 3:
Latin 1, 2.
Daniel Clark Strickhouser
Drnmy entered '60. Band 1, 2, 3.
Jacquelyn Blair Stroupe
Jackie entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Welcoming 3: 'Spark 2, Copy
Editor 3: Honor Society 3: Red Cross 1, 2, Vice-
President 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1: FTA 1,
2, Vice-President 33 French 2, 3: Latin 1.
Diana Ruth Sullivan
Dirzmz entered '60. GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Pen Pushers
3: DE 2, Secretary 3.
Sherry Lynn Surratt
Sherry entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Dance 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 2:
GRA 1, 2: Y-teens 1.
Susan Forrest Sutton
Snrrnz entered '60. Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1, 2: GRA 1, 2: French Club 1.
Rosie Golfo Tatsis
Rorie entered '60. Student Council 1, Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, Welcoming 1, 2, 3, School Spirit
1: GRA 1, 2.
Sarah Joyce Taylor
Joyce entered '60. 'Spark 1, 2: Chorus 3: Choir 3:
French Club 1.
J. G. Stewart
James Ira Teat Jr.
Jimmy entered '60. Student Council 3, Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Otiicer 1, 2: JV Football
1: Engineers Club 1, 2.
Mary Elizabeth Thomas
Min-J' Efizrzbefh entered '60. Chorus 2, 3: GRA 1.
William Richard Thomas
Bill entered '60. Chorus 3: Choir 3: Track 1, 2.
Cheryl Diane Thompson
Diane entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Publicity 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2, School Spirit 1: GRA
1, 2: Pen Pushers Club 3.
Gail Irene Thompson
Gall entered '62, Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 3, Welcoming 3,
W. B. Stewart St. George
Virginia Hurley Thornhill
Ginger entered '60. Chorus 1: GRA 1, 2.
David Glover Tinsley Jr.
Druid entered '60. Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: Base-
ball 1, 2, 3: Football, JV 1, Varsity 2, 3: Spanish
Maureen Sharon Titlow
Sharon entered '60. Student Council Dance Com-
mittee 1: GRA 1, 2: French Club 1, 2.
Cornelia Jane Todd
Itzzze entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 2, 33 Junior Mar-
shal: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3: French
1, 2, 5.
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M. E. Thomas W. R. Thomas
F. G. Turner T. R. Turner
Grace Sibyl Townsend
Grate entered '61, Student Council Committees:
Welcoming 3, Dance 2: Honor Society, Treasurer
3: GRA 2: Clubs: Ambassadors 3: Y-teens 2, 3:
Anne Wilson Townsley
Anne entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Publicity 2, 3, School Spirit 1, 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs:
Y-teens 1, 2, Treasurer 3: French 1: Spanish 3.
Diane Holly Triplett
Diane entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Publicity 1: 'Spark 2, 3: GRA 1, 2:
Clubs: French 1: Latin 2, 3.
C. D. Thompson G. I. Thompson
Twitty Van Wagner
Frances Melanie Tull
Melanie entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, Dance 2: Homeroom Officer 2, 3:
GRA 1, 2: Flagbearer 3: Clubs: Latin 1, Y-teens 1.
Fredrick Gray Turner III
Fred entered '60. Student Council School Spirit
Committee 3: Engineers Club 3.
Thomas Richard Turner
Tommy entered '61. Choir 2.
Patricia Dee Twitty
Pai entered '6O. Student Council Committes: Dance
2, 3, School Spirit 1: Red Cross 1: GRA 1, 2:
Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2: Latin 1.
Charles Allison Van Wagner
Cburler entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 2, Dance 2, 3. School Spirit 2, 3:
Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3:fV11z,if.n1,g, Business Man-
ager 3: Tennis 2, 3: Clubs: Key 2, 3: I-li-Y 3
Secretary 1, 2: Mustang 2, 3: Latin 1. ,
Patricia Gail Veasey
Ptzf entered '6O. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 2, 3, Dance 3, Publicity 3: Red Cross
3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Pen Pushers 2, President 3:
Y-teens 2: French 1, 2.
Stuart Selden Verch II
Sfzmrf entered '61, Homeroom Officer 3: Track 2,
3: Football, JV 2, Varsity 3: Clubs: Key 2. 3:
I-li-Y 3: Latin 2, 3: Radio 2. ,
Larry Edwin Vincent
Larry entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 3: Cross Country 2, 3: Clubs: Engi-
neers 3: French 1.
jerry Don Walden
jerry entered '61.
Elizabeth Morrow Walker
Bezb entered '60, Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 3: French
3: Latin 1.
William Harrison Walker jr.
Bill entered '60. Student Council Committees: Pub-
licity 2, Dance 3: Spanish Club 2, 3.
jonathan Paul Wallas
jomzy entered '60, Student Council Citizenship
Committee 3: Honor Society 2, 3: French Club 2,
3: Angier B. Duke Scholarship Finalist.
james Fredrick Walters jr.
jimmy entered '60. Student Council House and
Grounds Committee 3: Homeroom Officer 1:
Clubs: Engineers 3: Spanish 3.
Carla Lynn VValton
Carl.: entered '61, Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, 3, Public Relations 3, Welcoming 2, 3:
GRA 2: Swimming 2: Clubs: French 2, 3: Y-teens
Deloris Anne Ward
Anne entered '60. Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1, 3: Chorus 3: Choir 3: GRA 1, 2:
Clubs: Y-teens 1, 2, 3: Limelighters 1, 2, 3: French
3: FTA 2, President 3.
Elizabeth Lucille Ward
Bezh entered '60. Student Council Committees:
School Spirit 1, 2, 3, Dance 1, 2: GRA 1, 2: Clubs:
Y-teens 1, 2: French 1.
Wilson Osbourne Weldon jr.
Bill entered '60. Student Council 2, 3, Committees:
Welcoming 1, Citizenship 3, Co-Chairman 2:
Homeroom Otiicer 1: Class Vice-President 1:
Honor Society 3: junior Marshal: Band 1: Orches-
tra 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 1, 2, 3:
Clubs: Key 1, 2, 3: Monogram 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 1, 2,
3: Latin 1: National Merit Finalist.
james Robert Welch
jim entered '62,
Stephanie Caroll Welsh
Cum!! entered '60. Student Council School Spirit
Committee 1: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Pen Pushers 3:
French 1, 2. 3: National Merit Finalist.
Lyman Goe Welton
Sandy entered '60. Student Council 2, 3, Commit-
tees: Dance 1, 2, Welcoming 1, 2, Student Opin-
ions Chairman 3: Homeroom Othcer 3: Swimming
2, 3: Spanish Club 3.
Kay Earline Whisnant
Kizy entered '60, GRA 1, 2: DE Club, Correspond-
ing Secretary 3.
Lucie Lea White
Lucie Lei: entered '60, GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Latin 1,
Michael Arlando White
Mike entered '60. Wrestling 1, 2, Co-Captain 3:
Cross Country 1: Clubs: Monogram 1, 2, 3: French
W. H. Walker
Andrea Stewart Whitfield
Andrea entered '60. Student Council Committees
School Spirit 1, 2, Dance 2: Homeroom Officer 2
'Slmrb 2, 3: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 1, 3: Spani
ish 1, 2, 3.
Anita Sue Whitley
Walden E. M. Walker
D. A. Ward E. L. Ward
Weeta jane Wickham
llneem jane entered '60, Student Council School
Spirit Committee 1: GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Y-teens 2:
Frederick Lewis Willis III
Fred entered '60, Student Council 1, 2, Committees:
Dance 1, 2, 3, Public Relations 1, 2, 3, House and
Grounds 1, 2: Homeroom Otiicer 3: Wrestling 1,
Sue entered '60. 'Spark 2, Business Manager 3: 33 ClUbS1 Moflogfam 1, 3, 33 Fffflfh 1. 2- 3-
GRA 1, 2: Clubs: French 1: Y-teens 2, 3: Pen Gerald Parker Willis
Pushers 2, Vice-President 3.
john Duncan Williams III
jerry entered '60. Homeroom Otiicer 3.
Dianne entered '60. Student Council Committees:
jofmfzy entered '60. Honor Society 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Dance 1, 2, 3: Welcoming 1, 2, 3: School Spirit 3:
Orchestra 32 Clubs: Debate 2, 3: French 2, 3.
GRA 1, 2: Red Cross 1: Y-teens 1, 2, 3.
Lynne Conover Wilson
Lynne entered '60. Student Council 3, Committees
School Spirit 1, Public Relations 2, 3: Dance 2
Co-Chairman 3: Homeroom Olhcer 2, Lettergirl 3
GRA 1, 2: Clubs: Latin 1: French 3: Mustang 3
Y-teens 1, 2.
Charles Gosta Wiriden jr.
Clmrlie entered '60. Student Council Committees
Dance 2, 3, Welcoming 3, School Spirit 2, 3
Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Football,
JV 2, Varsity 3: Spanish Club 3.
Stanley Lee Wisdom jr.
Sum entered '6O. Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Clubs: Mono-
gram 3g Engineers 3.
Eilu.n..m:ev ' ' ""- -' -
L. L. White M. A. White Whitfield Whitley
F. L. Willis G. P. Willis D. Wilson L. C. Wilson
Wise Withrow Woods Woodside
Wyehe Yandle Yarbrough
Pamela Price Wise
PLJIIZ entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Citizenship 2, 3, Dance 1, Chorus 2, Choir 2, GRA
1, 2, Clubs: Y-teens 2, 3, FTA 2, 33 Limelighters
2, 3: Spanish 3: Latin 1, 2, 3.
Ronald Joe Withrow
Rwmy entered '60. Clubs: Spanish 3, Radio 3, 33
Carmen Dial Woods
Ctl1'lllt?I1 entered '6O. Homeroom Otlicer 3g Red
Cross 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, All-State Orchestra
Diane Elizabeth Woodside
Ditnze entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 2, School Spirit 1, Wfelcoming 2, Homeroom
Otlicer 1, Z, 3, Mzuttwg Representative 2, 3, GRA
1, 2: Clubs: Mustang 1, 2, 3, Y-teens 1, 21 French
David Cheshire Wyche
Druid entered '60, Homeroom Ollicer 1, Swim-
ming 2, 3.
Sherry Lane Yandle
Sherry entered '60. Student Council Committees:
Dance 1, School Spirit 1: 'IV Cheerleader: GRA 1,
Robert Ted Yarbrough
Ted entered '60. Band 1: Orchestra 1, Z, 3, Track
35 French Club 1,
TUDE T L FE
ll share in frustrations, opportunities at MP
After school. sophomores Pat Jones and Sandra
Hoffmeyer make friends in the student lounge.
Members of the sophomore, junior, and
senior classes have various interests and
activities which include school work, sports,
and other social events.
Students must apply themselves to diligent
study in order to meet the challenges of
academic work. Myers Park follows the
two-hour examination schedule, a grueling
yet rewarding experience for juniors and
seniors as well as sophomores. In addition
to the stiff testing arrangements, many
teachers require students to write term
papers. Preparation of research papers in-
volves much study, analysis, and thorough
organization. juniors and seniors must not
only exert effort in school studies, but also
they must prepare themselves for competi-
tive examinations on state and national
levels. Juniors take college boards in the
spring and some take the test for the sec-
ond time in December of their senior year.
After completion of Scholastic Aptitude
Tests and various achievement tests, a
senior is faced with the problem of selecting
the college he wishes to attend. To aid the
students in making wise decisions, colleges
send representatives to talk with possible
applicants. This year a number of women's
colleges sponsored a meeting for the girls.
Bobby Dunn, Mr. Kiser, and John Smith manage the concession stand. Sandy Heacock, cheerleader Sara
Alexander. Pete Gaskell. and other Mustang cheerers enjoy refreshments during exciting games.
f unmn LUHES
Once the problem of choosing a college is
solved, applicants nervously await decisions,
since only a few are lucky enough to be
selected as candidates for early admission
at the college of their choice.
There are endless opportunities for having
fun through the school year. The excitement
of a fast-paced basketball game cannot be
matched. This year the gymnasium lobby
was enlarged and enclosed. The room now
contains a concession stand whose workers
are kept busy by thirsty Mustang cheerers.
Some basketball games hold the added spice
of an open house afterward. Myers Park
students were guests at two such dances
this year, one at Garinger and another at
Even during a school day there are oppor-
tunities for relaxation and enjoyment. An
eight-period day allows for a long lunch
hour for every student. A juke box has been
installed in the cafeteria in the hope that
more students can enjoy a release from class
tensions. Although the student lounge is re-
served for seniors during lunches, it is open
to all classes before and after school. It
serves as an excellent place for students of
all classes to mingle.
Juniors Ronnie Bobo, Mitchell Grant, and Pat
Kennedy check their College Board's information.
Typed term papers are requirerl by many Myers Park teachers. Debby Kelleher, Richard McHenry, and
E ,leff Mitchiner work after school revising and eompleting their assignments.
Anne Warcl and her mother review information
booklet about college selection.
lim r' --
Luneh periods are brightened for Bill Jeffries anul
.lan Query hy a juke box in the eafeteria.
Although rain fell at the Garinger-Myers Park game. the sturlents, many in wet clothing. alemonstratwl
their school spirit by returning and supporting their team to victory.
Honors go to leading students
Inga Nakling is the Carousel Princess for MP.
Students who have distinguished themselves
in the fields of service, leadership, and per-
sonality are recognized as outstanding mem-
bers of the student body. Recipients of
some awards are honored by interested local
organizations: other students, by vote of
their classmates. In either case, those stu-
dents who have contributed most to the
betterment of Myers Park are commended
for their effort. Every student has shown
interest in our school in and outside the
Lovely Inga Nakling, exchange student
from Norway, represented Myers Park in
Charlotte's annual Thanksgiving Day Pa-
rade. Inga is the only foreign student ever
selected as Carousel Princess for the tradi-
tional event. Riding on the float of the king
and queen, Inga provided an excellent ex-
ample of the qualities a Carousel Princess
should haveg her beauty and Warmth of
personality made her the ideal choice.
Senior Class Committee Chairmen are Front row: Carolyn Heacock. Robert Dean, Martha Jean Grosboll.
Second row: Mary Jo Canipen. Chip Hanes, Birch Lipford. Teddy DuBose, Bernadette Scott, ,leff Mitchiner.
Third row: Bill SI. George, Ann Hall. Paul Marion, Susan Barnett. Smitty Flynn. Susan Renibert, and
Junior Miss Hi-Miss goes to Nancy Lineberger
Active ,lean Miller is Senior Miss Hi-Miss.
Miss Hi-Miss selections were precedent set-
ting, also. For the tirst time The Johnsonian,
Winthrop College student newspaper, spon-
sored two charming girls, a senior and a
junior Miss Hi-Miss, jean Miller, friendly
and vivacious, was chosen senior Miss Hi-
Miss by the members of her class. Junior
Miss Hi-Miss title went to busy Nancy
Lineberger. These outstanding girls were
elected for character, scholarship, leader-
ship, and personality.
Senior class members honored Jean Miller
and Stuart McKaig by electing them Mr.
and Miss Myers Park. Jean and Stuart are
energetic students and popular members of
the senior classg this honor is the culmina-
tion of their continual efforts to serve
Myers Park. Other outstanding seniors
have accepted responsibilities in connection
with graduation by serving as senior class
committee chairmen. Those students are
planning and coordinating the graduation
activities. Their Willingness to serve during
the years at M .P. is the commendable qual-
ity which led to their selection for the
Each year the Charlotte Rotary Clubs ex-
tend invitations to attend a series of lunch-
eon meetings. This year eight boys had the
opportunity to attend and talk with local
businessmen. These boys are elected by the
student council for such qualities as scholar-
ship, leadership, character, and ambition.
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Myers Park's seven Junior Rotarians are Front row: Bobby Boyd, George Elliott, Stuart Mcliaig, Raleigh
Shoernaker. Second row: Lane Anderson, Bill Weldon. and Norman Pease.
Typifying the students of our school, Stuart MeKaig and Jean Miller were chosen Mr. and Miss Myers
Park because of their qualities of character. leadership. and dependability to their classmates.
.1 If '-of
Honiemrning is a busy event for Myers Park. Front the game with Asheville to the dance featuring the I
I":lIllN'l'S, students enjoyed activities elimaxeel with the crowning of the Homecoming Queen.
Festive dances provide merriment as students
Nlemhers of the Hoxneemning Court.Sitt1'ng: ,lill Stewart. Queen janet Cochrane, Roberta Frost. Stand- luyers Parkis traditional Homecoming
ing: Nancy Lineherger. aml Carolyn Britt. Dance was held this year after our Victory
'mfg' over Asheville. Caricatures of the football
players provided an unusual feature for
the decorations. Tombstones of each team
uf , that fell to the Mustangs and cut-out pic-
tures of the cheerleaders with comic cap-
tions were other humorous innovations of
the Dance Committee. Music by the Em-
bers produced an atmosphere of gaiety for
everyone at the first dance of the year.
Official crowning of the Homecoming Court
was the highlight of the evening. Queen
Janet Cochrane, senior attendants jill
Stewart and Roberta Frost, junior attend-
ant Nancy Lineberger, and sophomore
attendant Carolyn Britt comprised a charm-
ing royal court.
t'Merry 'till Midnight," replacing an actual
Christmas dance, was held early in Decem-
ber with a wintry snow scene as the theme
5 X- for the decorations. The skillfully decorated
cafeteria and music of the Rivieras insured
merriment which lasted right up to the
witching hour. Without any snow students
had only these decorations for a white
Anne Hawn, Jane Patterson, and their dates enjoy
Bill lVlclntire's Combo at Valentine Dance.
don ga mood
For the first time in three years, students
were able to attend a Valentine Dance. All
three classes welcomed the chance to end
post-exam doldrums. With traditional ar-
rows flying, the slow music of Bill McIn-
tire's combo was right on target. The color
scheme was red and white: the decorations
theme was dainty hearts and friendly
Cupids. Two such nymphs welcomed stu-
dents and beckoned timid dancers to a land
of lovely lace. The most prominent decora-
tion was the heart-shaped throne for the
King and Queen of Hearts. Crowning of
the king and queen and presentation of the
Valentine Court was the most exciting
moment of the evening. jill Stewart and
Smitty Flynn were crowned King and
Queen of Hearts by Mr. Feimster. The
attendants were Carol Hart and Jack
Hearne, representing the junior classes,
Polly Burns and Rick Arrington, repre-
senting the sophomore class.
Top: Valentine Court. Sitting: Queen .lill Stewart,
King Smitty Flynn. Standing: Rick Arrington,
Polly Burns, Carol Hart, and Jack Hearne. Bot-
tom: Rivieras entertain at winter dance.
HornerAWards: utstanding stude11ts,nominated
Treasurer, Student Council, Citizenship,
Dance, Welcoming Committees . . . Treas-
urer, Junior Class . . . Junior Marshal . . .
Junior Rotarian. Lane was an active par-
ticipator in all phases of school life. Mono-
gram Club . . . Key Club . . . Track . .
Football . . . dedicated.
Vice President, Student Council: Co-Chair-
man Clubs Committee . . . Honor Society
. . . Junior Marshal . . . Junior Rotarian.
Jeff, captain of the football team, was also
an outstanding player on the basketball and
baseball teams. Mustang Club . . . Key
Club . . . versatile.
D.A.R. Award . . . Y-teen Officer . . . Sec-
retary, junior Class . . . G.R.A. As Co-
Chairman of the Handbook Committee,
Tina helped acquaint new students with
Myers Park. School Spirit, Publicity, Wel-
coming, and American Field Service Com-
mittees . . . courteous.
School Spirit, Dance, Publicity Committees
. . . Secretary, Hi-Y . . . Mustang Club.
Teddy represented the Student Council as
the Wild Acres delegate. Red Cross Repre-
sentative . . . Spanish Club . . . Basketball
. . . Baseball . . . clever.
l l O
Dance Committee . . . Junior Marshal . . .
Girl Ambassadors . . . Y-teens. Serving as
Co-Chairman of the Public Relations Com-
mittee, Roberta assisted the administration
in the coordination of senior privileges.
Cheerleader . . . Mustang Club . . . Chorus
. . . Cr.R.A .... intent.
Junior Marshal . . . Secretary, Key Club
. . . Homeroom Officer . . . Honor Society.
Under Mike's chairmanship, the Citizen-
ship Committee made great strides for
Myers Park toward an honor system with
the Honor Corps. Track . . . Football . . .
for service, leadership, dependability, character
School Spirit, Public Relations, Welcoming
Committees . . . Girl Ambassadors . . . Sec-
retary, Y-teens . . . Honor Society. Kitty
was appointed to the 1963 Mustang staff
as the Student Life Editor. French Club . . .
Latin Club . . . Red Cross . . . G.R.A. . .
School Spirit, Welcoming, Dance Commit-
tees . . . French Club. Richard was inducted
into the Honor Society during his junior
yearg he served as president the first
semester. Latin Club . . . Tennis . . . Home-
room Officer . . . exact.
Citizenship, Dance, Chairman Handbook
Committees . . . Honor Society . . . Chief
Junior Marshal. Stuart demonstrated his
leadership- ability by serving as President,
Student Council and President, junior
Class. Key Club . . . Hi-Y . . . Golf . . .
Basketball . . . motivating.
Welcoming, School Spirit, Citizenship Com-
mittees . . . Junior Marshal . . . Girl Am-
bassadors . . . Cheerleader. jean's service
to her school earned her the titles of Miss
M.P. and Miss Hi-Miss. Secretary, Student
Council . . . Mustang Club . . . Girl's State
. . . ejjulgeut.
Dance Committee . . . Honor Society . . .
Junior Marshal . . . junior Rotarian . . . Key
Club. Norman exhibited the qualities of
leadership by serving as Sophomore Class
Secretary and Junior Class Vice President.
Mustang Club . . . Hi-Y . . . Tennis . . .
Publicity, Citizenship, School Spirit Com-
mittees . . . Honor Society . . . Girl Am-
bassadors . . . G.R.A. Sally spent many
long hours Working as Editor of the 1963
Mustang. American Field Service finalist
. . . Limelighters . . . Treasurer, Y-teens
. . . reliable.
Richard McHenry Stuart MCKaig Jean Miner
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Horner Wards: Received by eighteen seniors
Treasurer, Student Council . . . Dance,
Citizenship Committees . . . Honor Society
. . . Junior Rotarian . . . Junior Marshal.
Raleigh served his class as class president,
sophomore and senior years. Wild Acres
delegate . . . Baseball . . . inventive.
Citizenship Committee . . . Sports Editor,
1963 Mustang . . . Vice President, Honor
Society. Tommy displayed academic prom-
ise by attaining the positions of Morehead
and National Merit nnalist. Harvard Book
Award . . . Track . . . Wrestling . . . Foot-
ball . . . conscientious.
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Dance, School Spirit, Publicity Committees
. . . Junior Marshal . . . Treasurer, Sopho-
more Class. Girl Ambassadors elected
Townley their president. Lettergirl . . .
Mustang Club . . . Vice President, Y-teens
. . . French Club . . . G.R.A .... jovial.
School Spirit, Co-chairman Publicity Com-
mittees . . . Honor Society . . . junior Mar-
shal , . . Treasurer, Girl Ambassadors.
Characterized by friendliness, Betsy headed
the Welcoming Committee, Head Lettergirl
. . . Mustang Club . . . j.V. Cheerleader
. . . Orchestra . . . congenial.
CHARLES VAN WAGNER
Citizenship, Dance, School Spirit Commit-
tees . . . Key Club . . . Secretary, Hi-Y . . .
Honor Society. Helping to finance the 1963
Mustang, Charles was the Business Man-
ager. Mustang Club . . . Latin Club . . .
Entertainment for the junior-Senior . .
Welcoming, Co-chairman Citizenship Com-
mittees . . . Honor Society . . . junior Mar-
shal . . . Vice President, Sophomore Class.
Bill was one of the first sophomores to be
taken into the Monogram Club. Hi-Y . . .
Band, Orchestra . . . Track . . . Cross
Country . . . effective.
Charles Van Wagner
Thank you for the privilege of choosing the
Good luck to all the students of Myers
Park High School.
Front row: Carolyn Britt, Sally Hough, Mary Ingle. Second row: Inga Nakling, Jill Stewart, Linda Baker
Jane Cisne, and Jean Miller.
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Mustangs' 1963, golden year for Myers Park '
This year has been a golden one for Myers
' t Park. In sports, spirit, academics and citi-
' zenship, the Mustangs have finished in the
Successful athletic teams have compiled a
splendid record for '63, Mustangs blazed a
trail across the state in football, swimming, l
cross country, wrestling, and basketball.
Spirit reached a peak early in the football
season and continued on a high plane, sup-
ported by the enthusiasm of anxious fans.
Not lacking in academic achievement,
Myers Park had two Morehead Scholarship
winners and fifteen National Merit finalists
in addition to other scholarship recipients.
Student participation was far-reaching in
many fields. In the fall Myers Park was '
host to the North Carolina Student Council
Congress. Also in the fall, a group of
A migos, Peruvian students, spent two weeks
at Myers Park. Over half the student body
has voluntarily joined the new Honor Corps.
Myers Park can remember 1963 as the
hgolden year" in student spirit, sports,
Speaking little English, a group of Peruvian students visited the United States and stayed in Charlotte
for two weeks. At our auditorium the visitors were assigned homes among eager students. Z1C21Cl6mlCS, and above all C1t1Z6HShlp.
Western 4-A Conference champions in football, the mighty Mustangs went to the state play-offs for the
first time in five years. The swimming team again remained undefeated in dual competition. 1
Halls are scenes of early morning gatherings of Changes in the weather and in the seasons can he Students work in the halls after school in order
students talking before class begins. seen through the traffic in the halls. to decorate for games or make posters.
The verviewz year of purpose fulfilled
Tommy Clinard signs the membership book after
induction to the Honor Corps by Lane Anderson.
Although the days, weeks, and months of
the school year are past and the time is
gone, each student has memories never to
be forgotten. Frustrations, accomplishments,
defeats, and triumphs in retrospect are
precious possessions to be treasured.
In exchange for the part of himself that
each student leaves in high school, each
takes with him a large part of what is really
Myers Park. Some of what a student takes
is carried in his head, but much more is
locked in his heart. just as a student could
not avoid the academic stimulus, so he can
not forget the satisfaction of club activities,
the mounting enthusiasm for special sports
events, or the frivolity of parties and dances.
School Work and sports give students a
purpose to fulfillg clubs and parties give
recreation and release which they deserve.
The benefits derived from these activities
will never be totaled: the result is the fu-
ture, the next endeavor, the next goal.
Friends and friendships will never be for-
gotteng ties have been established which
can never be broken.
There are countless ways to treasure these
remembrances of Myers Park's golden year.
Events at Myers Park and the spirit of '63
are echoed through the hallways of every
campus building. Halls not only connect
classrooms, but also they appear to join
students to their school. Through these
passages circulate the ideas and emotions of
the students who travel them daily. Stu-
dents themselves fill the halls with a vitality
which lingers and voices that ring, even
when the buildings are dark, empty, and
silent. Friendship-s are made, laughter
echoes, and news is spread in the corridors
of Myers Park. Halls reflect not only the
bustle of student participation, but also
such commonplace occurrences as a change
in the weather. Rainy weather permeates
the campus passageways, dampening floors
but not spirits. Colorful posters on the hall
bulletin boards tell of all the activities to
be expected and supply much information.
Hall decorations can reveal school spirit
and enthusiastic anticipation of events to
Some students will walk these familiar
paths again, others who walked into a
building last fall are walking out to a Way
of life this spring. The pulse of Myers Park
throbs in her halls, and each count repre-
sents some facet of student life.
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1231, Elliott f33l, Cornelius t52J, Lauppe f43l, Bolen 1635, and Kimball 1495, beating Gastonia 27-21.
lVIustang's aerial-minded offense Wins Western
Like eleven shooting stars, the Mustangs
began the onslaught of victories, running
through and passing over Albemarle. Thus,
primed for the crucifixion of traditional
rival Garinger, sustained by a defensive
stand holding the Cats to minus eight yards
in the first quarter, and regenerated by a
twenty minute delay from a deluge of rain
late in the second quarter, the team scored
Hawthorne t55t. averaging 39.7 yards per kick
for the season, punts the Mustangs out of trouble.
on the first play from scrimmage with a
spectacular run by Don Sanford who leaped
four feet over a would-be tackler and ran
thirty-nine yards to pay dirt, sealing Gar-
ingerls first defeat at the hands of Myers
Park. At Salisbury, the team was halted
three times within their twenty before a
punt, blocked by Greg McClure and recov-
ered by Hugh Martin on the one, turned the
tide as fullback Herb Goins plunged across
for the score. Against South Mecklenburg
jeff Beaver hurled four touchdown passes,
moreover, 220-pound center john Cornelius,
intercepting a stray Sabre pass, rumbled
sixty yards to the opponent's twenty. De-
spite a slow start, the Mustangs defeated
Asheville with two touchdown passes.
Our stalwart defense forms a wall as Brinkley 136i and Cornelius C525 fire through to help Phillips f24J
and Kiser t2lP make the tackle as Richey 151i and Tinsley 4429 come up from the secondary.
Lnu George Lluott 4351 ensnares one of twent
eight passes he caught throughout the season. Y-
Plagued by mistakes and penalties, Myers
Park trailed Gastonia with five minutes left
to play, when the Green Waves intercepted
a pass, but the defense made them punt.
With 1:15 remaining, Beaver threw suc-
cessfully to Phillips, Stevenson, and Elliott,
and handed off to fullback Goins on a draw
play. Then one last looping touchdown pass
to Mike Stevenson grounded Gastonia.
Hardnosed halfback Don Sanford f23J makes a quick
Herb Goins 1375 as the Mustangs smash Gastonia f27-
Flanker Mike Stevenson 1275 seizes another touch-
down pass, scoring on twelve for the year.
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After a disappointing 13-13 tie with Hard-
ing the Mustang magicians baffled East
Mecklenburg by scoring early in the game,
then converting an onsides kick into the
decisive touchdown. At Rocky Mount the
team lost in the closing minutes as a re-
ceiver slipped on the sandy soil causing a
would-be perfect pass to be interceptedg
moreover, center john Cornelius was lost
to a knee injury.
dash around left end with interference by fullback
213 with a running as well as passing offense.
Halfback Bud Phillips 4241. grabbing a total of
thirty passes for the year, goes up for a long one.
Special touchdown duo. Beaver and Stevenson
talk on sidelines before going into the game.
Beaver and Cornelius named to Shrine Bowl
S C O B E B O A R D
M .P. Opponent
5 2 Albemarle O
12 Garinger O
6 Salisbury O
40 South K 6
19 Asheville O
2 6 Gastonia Z 1
13 Harding 13
12 East O
14 Rocky Mount 2 7
33 West l 7
WESTERN 4-A CONFERENCE
6 Rocky Mount, 21
Phillips 124i holds the ball as Beaver f26l makes
an extra point attempt in cleinolisliing Gastonia.
N63 Nlustangs. Front row: Cathey, Brinkley. Jones. Nlaulflin. Cisne. Beaver. Stevenson, Arrington. Mc-
Clure-. .'hIltlf'l'SOIl. Phillips. Second row: Wiriden, Lauppe, Estes. Spain. Kimball. Stewart. Benton, Roberts.
Sanfliforfl. Spf-in-1-1'. Tlzirzl row: Bolt-n. Campbell. St-liwantes, Sanford. Elliott. Bristow. Tinsley. Kiser.
Nlartin. Fnurrlz row: Allen. lllurray. Coins. Cornelius, Vert-li. Riclif-y. Finch, Moon. Hodges. Stenliouse.
After whitewashing West Mecklenburg with
three touchdown passes in the first half,
Beaver and the first unit retired to allow the
reserves to gain game experience. Having
regained confidence in their prowess, the
team gambled in an attempt to break open
the playoff game, but their iinesses failed
as the whole team struggled until the bitter
end with one-hundred per cent effort the
Completing 104 of 225 passes for 1,796
yards and averaging 2.1 touchdown passes
a game, the Mustangs boasted a balanced
offense with Bud Phillips, Mike Stevenson,
and George Elliott catching 30, 31, and 28
passes respectively, while halfback Don
Sanford powered the running attack. De-
fensive stalwarts John Cornelius, Hugh
Martin, Mike Richey, and Bill Bolen held
the line while halfbacks Jerry Kiser and
David Tinsley defended the secondary.
Many players warranted honors like these:
Bill Bolen, All-County: Mike Stevenson,
All-Countyg John Cornelius, Shrine Bowl,
All-County, and All-State: and Jeff Beaver,
All-County, All-State, Shrine Bowl, All-
Southern, and All-American.
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1962 ,lVs. Front row: Estridge, Tinsley, Ridenhour, Hamilton, Lunday. Crockett. MacNeill. Smith. Sec-
ond row: Soule, McCoy, Dawson, Jones, Hawthorne, Worley, St. Clair, Holden, Berry, Call. Third row:
Allison, Hodges, Pearcy, Kissaris, Therrell, Burley, Kantsios, Bobo, Miller, Loesch. Fourth row: Mauldin,
S. Young, Keith, Huntley, B. Young, Sheppard, Goins. Fletcher, Roth, Uhl. and Wolfe.
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High-fl ing ,IVS conclude season victoriousl
Coach Stuart Allen with the able assistance
of Coach Johnny Lee inspired the junior
varsity football team to a successful 3-1-1
season. Although disappointed at having
only five games to play, the boys were ready
and running at the beginning and end of
Garinger was the first team to fall under
Rick Arrington's accurate passes. Following
this victory the team met disappointment
with South and Gastonia. South barely
managed to salvage a tie, while at Gastonia
the Colts, fighting a formidable lead in the
closing minutes of the game, finally man-
aged to rip' into the scoring column and
were driving toward the tieing touchdown
when the gun sounded. In the seasons last
two games the linemen were outstanding,
as the Ponies whipped Harding and East.
The final game was the most spectacular
with end Bobby Jones getting two of the
team's four scores.
7 Garinger O
6 South 6
14 Gastonia 21
13 Harding 12
27 East O
End Van Smith 1301 tries to bull his way past a
tacklerg Ben Sandiford 1271 is too late to throw
a key block which would have freed him.
Top: Steve St. Clair 1791 blocks as Van Smith
190i "cuts in." Bottom .' Estridge 1963 and Soule
1761 protect passer Rick Arrington 154J.
Enduring Harriers capture Western 41--A title
Timers and spectators watch as Robert Dean is
the first runner to cross the Hnish line.
Robert Dean, Dick Starnes, and Billy Wel-
don, three hard-running seniors, led the
Mustang cross-country team to a very suc-
cessful 8-1 season, taking the Western 4-A
Conference meet by eleven points. Begin-
ning on the first day of school, their practice
led to a perfect score in the frrst meet
against West Mecklenburg. North and
South Mecklenburg told the same story as
our Mustangs took all of the top-ranking
places. Nevertheless, the most outstanding
clash was at Hendersonville. Although the
team had never run the rocky and hilly
course, when the final runner had crossed
the finish line, the harriers reigned supreme.
ln the meet with South Mecklenburg at Freedom Park. George Edwards, Billy Weldon, Robert Dean, and
Buddy Poole begin to move forward as the runners spread out and settle flown to a steady pace.
Myers Parks 1962 cross-country team coached by Bill Cloaninger. Front row: Selby, Starnes, Greene,
Smith, Dean. Weldon, Vincent, Myers, Gilmour, Denmark. Second row: Poole, Whitley, McLaughlin,
lidwards, Kuester, Hanner. Battle, McArver, Thrift, Deal. Chaplin. and Cannady.
The final and most important meet was the
state championship, run in Chapel Hill on
a muddy course and complicated by crowd-
ed conditions. Here the long hours the boys
had put into extensive training repaid them
in full, but even this was not enough. Fight-
ing the elements, the harriers put out all
they had to gain second place in the state.
They were so close on the heels of the
winners that they lost by only one point.
Robert Dean, our leading runner, placed
second out of one-hundred and sixty en-
tries, with senior Billy Weldon and junior
Monroe Gilmour placing twelfth and fif-
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24 W Davidson Frosh 44
WAKE FOREST INVTTATIONAL
35 Reynolds 86
WESTERN 4-A CGNFERENCE
3 7 Asheville 48
so Asheville 19
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Myers Park first in Conference Tournament
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as Elliott and Beaver watch for a rebound.
After winning a hard-fought game against
an East slowdown, the Mustangs suffocated
North Mecklenburg by playing over,
around, and through them. DuBose, Ayers,
and McKaig, showing a combination of
speed and agility, continually stole the ball
from their opponents even when North was
attempting to break downcourt. Following
an expected thrashing of West Mecklen-
burg, the Mustangs put Garinger on ice
with 20 points from Ayers, supported by
14 points from corner shots by Mcliaig.
The thirteenth victory over South was
highlighted by Elliott who dominated the
boards. Furthermore, Ayers and DuBose
Supporting the slartt,-rs. the Mustang reserves experience much action during the season. Stfzndingf
Sehorn. Annas. Cline. Sills. Tatum, Chalmers, Bane. Kneeling: Lee. Gardner, and Fortenhery.
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capitalized on this domination by catching
long passes on runs downcourt and scoring
20 and 21 points, respectively. After drop-
ping one game to Gastonia, the Cagers re-
gained their poise as they stomped North,
then Rock Hill. Sickness in the ranks caused
a shaky defeat of Harding, and, despite the
newfound talent of Clyde Aiken who scored
twenty the following night, the Mustangs
were edged by Asheville 61-62. Then the
team found new life to demolish East and
West, filling out the regular season schedule
with the Western 4-A crown under their
Elliott t32J snatches rebound with assistance
from McKaig 4249 as DuBose 1423 awaits a pass.
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Team sinks 101 against Harding
Going into the Western 4-A Tournament
with the crown in hand, Myers Park played
true to form by walloping North 56-39.
With a deficit at half-time, the Mustangs
roared out on the courts at the beginning
of third period, ravaging the basket to quell
any doubts about their abilities. The semi-
finals were much the same as the round
ballers humiliated Garinger 76-46 by rack-
ing up a tremendous lead, then running the
Wildcats off the Floorg nevertheless, this
taste of victory simply whetted their appe-
tites for revenge against Gastonia.
Revenge is what they got, too, when they
shot Gastonia 49-43 in an excellent display
of teamwork, winning the tournament and
placing George Elliott, Pete Ayers, and
Teddy DuBose on the all-tourney team.
Then DuBose was recognized as the most
outstanding player in the conference. More-
over, Ayers and DuBose were named to the
All-County first team, and McKaig and
Elliott were also elected to All-County
berths, while Beaver, Aiken, and Bane re-
ceived honorable mention. After whipping
Wilmington in the quarterfinals of the state
tournament, the Mustangs dropped games
to Greensboro and Burlington, taking
M.P. SCOREBOARD Opponent
4 ,X 64172 Lexington 51152
78170 Garinger 50150
51171 East 43148
63167 Rock Hill 42142
61169 North 35156
81161 Asheville 66162
7517 1 West 5 7144
82169 South 56148
101175 Harding 61161
55147 Gastonia 39155
WESTERN 4-A TOURNAMENT
56 North 39
76 Garinger 46
49 Gastonia 43
70 Wilmington 5 7
51 Greensboro 67
5 7 Burlington 70
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the cagers stomp North with their speed and
Mustang ,lVs of 1962. Front row: Mgr. Tom Kantsios, Bill Battle, Chip Moon, Van Smith, Dick Babcock,
Cecil Hawes, Ken Smith, David Cox, Mgr. Tom Yopp. Second row: Harry DeMik, John Miller, Chuck
Edwards, Tommy Mulwee, Mike Rash, Bill Kennady, Rick Arrington, Bill Schworm, and Neill Whitlock.
turd ,IVS finish number two
David Cox snaps a pass to Cecil Hawes as they
wait for the forwards to set up for a play.
Guard Cecil Hawes fires a jump shot from the
outside while David Cox moves in from behind.
With the coming of the basketball season,
the boys out for JV basketball began prac-
tice. When the team was finally chosen, it
proved to be very versatile in that it could
,play either a slow or fast-break offense and
do well at the same time. Depending upon
the type of game and the situation at the
time, the action was dominated by the
guards or the big men up front. The two
line, but small, guards, Cecil Hawes and
David Cox, led the team on the breaks and
driving plays. In addition to this, these two
set up the plays with their strong, straight
passes and quick dribbling. Under the
boards and shots from the corner and the
inside were the specialties of the big men.
Two defenders close around forward Dick Babcock
as he dribbles down court preparing to pass off.
Against North Mecklenburg Dick Babcock sets
and fires a short jump shot while Chuck Edwards
watches and gets into good rebound position.
Forwards Dick Babcock and Chuck Ed-
wards hit from the corners, and center Bill
Schworm followed underneath. Schworm
set a record for the JVls by stuffing in 34
points in one night. John Miller, another
forward, gave extra height and good depth
to the balanced team.
Under the-coaching of -lack Sink, the Ponies
had a good season. East Mecklenburg was
the only team able to trip them on occasion
with a slow-down pace. In one of these
games the team lost by only one point and
in another by just four. The boys dominated
all of the other teams in the conference and
out of town with their solid play.
Defenders try desperately to block a shot, but after
a good fake, John Miller hits for two.
Intramural program fosters fitness, fair-pla
Football, wrestling, and basketball intra-
murals are three extra activities that keep
the boys of M.P. busy. Besides giving them
needed exercise, they instill a desire for
good sportsmanship and teamwork. This is
especially true of football and basketball.
Wrestling is done by the individual who pits
his strength and knowledge against that of
Myers Park's Senior Hi-Y won the football
intramural championship. First they had to
contend with the scrappy club and home-
room teams composed of members of all
three classes. In the iinal game of one-hand
touch, sophomore section 10-1 was slaugh-
tered by the skilled seniors 37-7.
Norman Pease leaps high into the air in an effort
to block a pass intended for Geoff Bird.
Hi-Y champs. Front row: Denton, Smith, St.
George. Second row: Marion, DuBose, Boyd, Pease.
Next on the agenda were the wrestling in-
tramurals held under the supervision of
Coach Jaynes. Bolstered by the participa-
tion of around twenty boys and held in
both the gym and auditorium basements,
the matches were very grueling. Dick Sten-
house and Neal Cisne met in the champion-
ship match, and after a lengthy struggle,
Stenhouse finally pinned his opponent.
Last and perhaps most exciting of all came
basketball. A large number of teams en-
tered into competition in hopes of having
a good time and, perhaps, of winning the
championship. Coaches Lee and McCann
set up the entire intramural schedule and
gave their valuable time to the games in all
of the programs.
ln an intramural basketball game, Jimmy Hough
of the Senior Hi-Y tries desperately to break up a
pass from David Kiser to Dick Starnes.
As varsity and junior varsity wrestlers watch, Dick Stenhouse wins the wrestling intramural championship
by pinning Neal Cisne. These two went through a string of other matches to reach this one.
Jerry Willis fires in a long jump shot over Gra-
Ceoff Bird jumps trying to catch a pass as Neill
ham Denton in a win over the Senior Hi-Y. Whitlock races in and Norman Pease watches.
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Silence - perfect solitude, a thrust down,
a spring up, and a sweeping, graceful flip
combined with a twist make up the near
perfect diving of Lee Jones, whose prowess
culminated in a record-breaking 245.1
points when the Mermen met Needham
Broughton of Raleigh here, in the last home
meet. But, not to be outdone, the freestyle
relay of McGinty, Benoit, Claridge, and
Couric set a pool record, too, while Baker
and Inderfurth took two first places apiece.
After two months of grueling practice at
the Central Y.M.C.A. and victories over
Ashley, Grimsley, and East, the Mustangs
traveled to Atlanta and came home with the
bacon when they won the Emory Invita-
tional with 31 points to spare. Subse-
quently, the Mermen proceeded to obliter-
ate Chapel Hill High with Baker as winner
of both the 200 and 400 freestyle and Clark
as a new school record-holder in the 100
breast with 1:10.1.
To head a commandeering victory over the
previously undefeated UNC freshmen, in
the 200 medley, W yche, Clark, Canady,
and Claridge teamed up for an outstanding
151.1 time while, individually, Wyche swam
a 103.1 in the 100. The next week the team
was once again on the road for the UNC
Invitational to bring home a fifth place,
ranking above every other high school par-
ticipating in the meet. A dual meet with
Grimsley became the 50th Mustang win as
the team won by a 44 point margin with a
record-breaking mark of 2:23.1 in the ZOO
individual medley by Charles Couric. Thus,
the seahorses again this year were first in
regular season swimming competition in the
state, holding their unblemished record of
victories. Mac McGarity and David Mc-
Ginty, co-captains of the swimming team,
sparked the winning spirit of the swimming
team for every meet.
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Relaxing at practice between meets, from left to right, McCarity, McGinty, Barden, and Naumoff battle
for the hall in a water polo game while Couric and lnderfurth await the results in the background.
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of students, each of whom earned the chance to participate in a meet by virtue of long and tedious
hours of practice. 1963 Seahorses. Front row: McGinty, Jones ldivert, Snook fdiverl, Hern fdiverl,
Barden, Purnell, Berkeley, Wyche. Second row: Claridge. Doughtery, Alexander, Speir, Canady, Baker,
Clark, McGarity. Third row: Berkeley, Irwin, Inderfurth, Naumoff, Couric, and Benoit.
Mermen swamp Emor Invitational la 3 1 point
, Lee Jones, the teanfs leading diver, displays a
precision Hip, leading to another victory.
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style from the pool. McGinty was a leading swimmer on the record-smashing freestyle relay team.
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Bill Holmes 1180 lb. classl has his man in a pin-
ning combination as the Mustangs defeat North.
Practicing and fighting with spirit and de-
termination, the 1963 grapplers defeated all
other teams in the newly-formed Western
4-A Wrestling Competition to win the con-
ference championship. Beginning with a
victory over Marion, the Mustangs proved
their ability with a 58-O skunk over East.
Being vitalized by three weeks of practice
in January before the tirst match, the mat-
men trounced North 32-7 winning ten of
twelve bouts with one draw.
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40 Garinger 7
32 North. 7
28 South 12
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35 Mooresville 5 9
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WESTERN Drsfnztcr TOURNAMENT
The next match determined the conference
championship as the grapplers beat South
with pins by Hastings at 133 and Boyd at
unlimited. Coming up from behind against
Marion, there, the Mustangs won in all the
matches above 135 division to defeat them
with pins by Russell, 95, Gleason, 165,
Holmes, 100, and Boyd, unlimited. At Ap-
palachian the matmen lost seven decisions
by one point, while co-captains White and
Boyd fought to draw at 120 and heavy-
The 1963 Western 4-A Conference champions took second place in the District and third place in the
State Tournament. Front row: Corry, Sauder, Chapman. White, Convey, Hastings, Russell. Second row:
Sandiford, Poole, Gleason, Hanks, Boyd, Holmes, Hemphill, Spencer. Third row: Davis and Granger.
After winning the remaining matches, the
Mustangs Went to the Western District
Tournament and placed one first with Boyd
and six seconds with Russell, 95, Convey,
103g White, 120: Chapman, 127, Hastings,
133, and Gleason, 165. Ten men qualified
for the State Tournament at High Point,
and Bill Convey rated state champion in
103 with Bobby Boyd ranking second in
unlimited, Ben Sandiford, 145, and Mike
White, 120, third: Bill Holmes, 180, and
Phil Chapman, 127, fourth.
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Bob Hastings 1133 lb. classi drives his man into the mat when he breaks him down with a single-leg
weight class as Myers Park whips North 35-5. ride, contributing three points to the team victory over North with an individual decision.
ranking third in the district and third in the state in 145 class, attempts to execute a
in the Western District Wrestling Tournament held at Myers Park this
Sandiford maintained a 10-2 won-lost record, pinning two of his opponents.
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down on Hyman of North. Bottom : Tommy Spencer
in 165 class throws a cross face on Pope of North.
Junior varsity Wrestlers practice basic rules '
Since they had only three meets in which
to wrestle, the boys on the JV team spent
most of their time in preparation for the
time at which they would move up to the g
varsity. Coach Jaynes taught the basic prac-
tices that they were to follow, and from the
practice matches that were held between
members of the team, the boys gained 1
Of the three meets in which the boys partici- t
pated, they won two and lost one. The West
Mecklenburg JVS were the first team to fall
to them. Next the jVs wrestled the varsity
of Hunter Huss. There were two matches t
between the teams, one was won by our Z
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1963 junior varsity grapplers of M.P. were numerous and, after much practice, very skilled. Front row:
Wrenn, O'Daniell, Crane, Widis, Uhl, Jayson. Second row: Wilkinson, Cunningham, Soule, Fletcher,
Crockett. Hunter, Harcharik. Third row: Oppold, White, Spencer, Cale, Kuester, Van Pelt, Paton, Karres ,
Dixon. Fourth row: Watts, Catanese, Stratton, Wayne, Burley, West, and Carrier
David Kiser putts while Walter Daniel lines the
ball up with the hole to check his form.
Three seniors, all returning lettermen, led
the Mustang golf team this year. They were
David Kiser, Walter Daniel, and Stuart
McKaig. These three, along with boys from
all classes, shot practice rounds before the
season began and turned their scores in to
Coach Sheppard. Those with the lowest
scores met the teams from Fort Mill, Gas-
tonia, and the freshmen from UNC and
Wake Forest,winning each of these matches
decisively and beginning a successful season.
ticing daily until these meets, the boys l
built their knowledge of the sport and the
stamina of themselves.
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Looking at last year's championship trophy, the 1963 golf team resolves to win the tournament once
again this year. Sitting: Kiser, Daniel. Front row: Townsley, Tom Horton, Tinsley, Aiken, Lucas, Rees,
Tim Horton, Carney, Manship, McKaig, Gardner. Second row: Highsmith. Rogers, and Stuckey.
Possessing experienced players, the Mustang netmen practice hard for their matches. Front row: Bab-
cock, Burkhead, Walton, Lineberger, Graham, Lane, Hanes, Pease, Moon. Second row: Cathey, Van
Wagner, Connelly, McHenry, McNeely, Raines, Michael, Kennedy. Third row: Lee, Durham, and Tarleton.
Pitchers lead Mustan baseball
Wavering from high-spirited group to mys-
terious question mark, the baseball team
has been upset and has created upsets. With
the pitching of George Short and John
Richards, the Mustangs came up from a
deficit to defeat Rock Hill in the last two
innings. At Harding, Richards held the
Rams hitless for five innings before the
Mustangs fell 4-3.
Behind a no-hit performance by sophomore
Rick Arrington, the Mustangs pounded in
one run after another and piled up a 1O-O
victory over Gastonia. Arrington's no-hitter
almost fell as the outhelders bobbled a few
flies before getting them completely under
control, but the fielding was good, and the
team proved their worth and forecast a
good season ahead.
The 1963 diamond-masters are looking forward to a successful season of baseball. Front row: Edwards,
Gunn, Flynn, Wiriden, Ridenhour, Short, Tinsley. Second row: Finley, Grisdale, Byram, DuBose, Moon,
Arrington, Estes, Richards. Third row: Benton, Hough, Ayers, Aiken, and Watkins.
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Experience was the key word in the com-
prising of the Myers Park tennis team this
season. just three of the many members
returning from last year's team were Larry
Connelly, Chip Hanes, and Norman Pease.
After practicing hard for four weeks at
Freedom Park, these three, backed by many
other outstanding players, guided the team
through its difficult schedule which included
teams from Mecklenburg County, the UNC
freshman team, and a team from Elkin.
Five out of a total of twelve matches were
held on the home court at Freedom Park.
Finally, the season came to an end, and
early in May the team played at Chapel
Hill for two days in matches of both dou-
bles and singles for the state championships.
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Norman Pease starts the downswing on his serve
in a pre-season practice at Freedom Park.
Veteran catcher Jack Finley looks out at rookie
pitcher Rick Arrington as he blanks Mustang
rival Gastonia with a no-hit baseball game.
The teanfs number-one miler, Robert Dean races for the hnish-line, pressed hard by Jeff West and Mon-
roe Gilmour, as tht- Mustang traekmen deff-at East and Harding in a triangular meet, doubling their
combined scores by defeating them 106-3916, hence starting the line of victories.
Beginning practice in Februar , the Mustang
Bud Phillips skillfully passes the haton to Neal
Cisne as the cindermen seize the 880-relay.
Billy Welrlon, the leading 880 man, runs for the
tape and another victory for the team effort.
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spirit and determination, the cindermen be-
gan another successful track season with
three victories in tri-school meets doubling
the scores of all their major opponents
Garinger, South, East, Harding, and Hen-
dersonville. The seniors, returning letter-
men, form the front ranks on the track with
Bill Stewart, Bud Phillips, Neal Cisne, and
Stuart Verch in the sprintsg Bill Weldon
and Dick Starnes in the 8803 Mike jones
and Lane Anderson in the 440g and Robert
Dean in the mile.
George Soule. sophomore dasher, strains in the
final yards of a victorious 220-yard run
Nevertheless, these men were pressed hard
by the juniors and sophomores with George
Soule in the sprints, Tom MacNeill and
Mike Smith in the 440, and Jeff West and
Monroe Gilmour in the mile. Preseason
practice caused excellent times like the 2:05
880 by Weldon and the 4:45 mile by Dean
and West in their first meet against Hard-
ing and East. The 880-relay also produced
a stupendous display of running as Phillips
jumped to a lead in the first legg Stewart,
Soule, and Cisne went on to capture first
place, increasing their distance with each
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M.P. District at M.P.
MQP,. State at Raleigh '
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Discus-thrower Bill Bolen, having hurled a near record toss of 150.6 feet, whips the discus as the Mus-
tangs sweep the Held events in a tri-school meet against South and Hendersonville at Myers Park.
George Elliott, Flake Campbell, and Al Allison add depth to the Mustang discus competition.
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Jerry Kiser, vaulting high into the air over the
bar, is about to release the pole, during a Mus-
tang victory against East and Harding.
indermen aspire to the state championship
The field events were the same with Bud
Phillips taking a first in the broad jump,
George Elliott in the high jump, Mike
Richey, in the shotput, and Flake Camp-
bell, in the discus. Still, the field events
found great depth as Lane Anderson and
David Berry pushed Phillips to greater
distances in the broad jump, while Bill
Bolen, throwing the shot and discus both,
took two seconds and threatened the tirst-
place distances. In the pole vault, Bob
Corry, followed by Jimmy Cromartie and
Jerry Kiser, neared the ten-foot mark.
David Berry stretches for distance on a broad
jump as the Mustangs defeat East and Harding.
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Our strength in the field events was ex-
hibited at Davidson as the team defeated
Garinger, North, and the Davidson fresh-
men in a four-way meet. Elliott and Pierce
took second and fourth, respectively, in the
high jumpg Richey and Bolen, first and
second in the shotputg Bolen and Campbell,
tirst and second in the discusg and Corry,
second in the pole vault. Weldon sparked
with a 2203.6 for a first in the 880 as Gil-
mour took third. Dean seized second in the
mile, while Bill Stewart ran the high hurdles
Bill Stewart gracefully springs over a high hurdle
as he wins one of his many first places.
Exhibiting precise timing and excellent form, Flake Campbell rolls into his first spin as he starts to
throw the discus. while helping the team monopolize the field events in a triangular meet.
The oliicers in charge of the organization of the C.A.A. are Jenny Fallis, recording secretary, Diana
Rogers. vice president, Birch Lipford, president, Nancy Honeycutt, treasurerg and Susanne Veasey and
Katie George, chairmen in charge of officials.
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bie Hensle warms u to start s ring s orts off
with a bang.
Girls initiate athletic program with enthusiasm
Instead of the previous program for girls'
athletics under the Girls Recreation Asso-
ciation, a new athletic program, the Girls
Athletic Association was initiated. Under
the leadership of Mrs. Rotan, Miss Wood-
ruff, and Birch Lipford, president of the
club, a solid basis for future programs has
been set up. The club is composed of sixty
charter members. Each girl, in order to
become a member, had to earn twenty-tive
points through participation in various in-
dividual and team sports.
Betty Shanks, chairman of track and field pro-
gram. illustrates the correct way to high jump.
The majority of the sports were organized
and led by a committee chairman in charge
of the various sports. The team sports con-
sisted of speedball, field hockey, basketball,
volleyball, and softball. Individual partici-
pation was encouraged in golf, table tennis,
archery, bridge, bowling, dancing, horse-
back riding, tennis, and track and field.
Most skills for these sports are taught in
the gym classes: however, the club offers
an opportunity to learn new skills and im-
prove those already known.
Ann Teat shows Martha Dulin and Dee Dee Whit-
ney the forehand swing.
This year the club's activities were high-
lighted by the organization of field hockey
and basketball teams. The hockey team was
led by the outstanding plays of Libby
Soldati and Betty Shanks. In basketball
Dabney Kelley took the responsibilities of
captain and was a notable player along with
This club truly enjoyed a full year and has
high hopes for as much success in following
years as it has had in its first.
Sherry Scholtz gives golfing tips to Elise McClung
as Sara Alexander looks on.
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tom: Weldon and Law bullie to begin game.
Lynda Lovell, chairman of horseback riding,
organizes first riding session.
Girls varsity basketball team. First row: Boulware, Kelley, Pharr. Second row: Poffenbarger, Lowder.
Wilson. Third row: Holder, Honeyeutt. Cross. Fozzrtlz row: Veasey. Nlulford. Dobinson. and Dulin.
Sara Richards, Susan Frerking, Tracy Whittaker. Nancy Stephens, and Cathy Cochrane execute dance
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Boyd, A. J. Anita ,.....
Boyd, K. W. Kenny ...
Boyd, P. F. French ,...
Boyd, R. C. Bobby ..,..
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d, N. B. Nancy
D. M. Donna ..,.
ll. J. C. Jimmy ..
Brantley, T. A. Tom ....
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D. C. Dorsey
S. D. Jackie ....
Brice, .Miss Elizabeth . . . .
Bridges, Mr. Glenn
Bridges, P. A. Pat .......
Brinkley, J. E. Jimmy
Bristow, J. N. Jr. Johnny
Britt, C. P. Carolyn .....
Britt, L. F. Laura ,.,.,.
Brttain, C. G. Cheryl .,..
Broach, C. U. Jr. Claude .
Broadwell, H. C. Jr. Hinky
Broome, C. M. Charles ..
Broome, K. D. Karen ....
Broome, P. W. Phillip
Broome, R. K. Kavin .....
Broome, S. K. Sharron ..
Brosius, Mrs. Laura ......
Brown, A. G. Alice ......
Brown, B. N. Beverly
Brown, C. A. Carol Ann .
Brown, E. L. Eddie ......
Brown, G. N. Gary ..., .
Brown. J. A. Jimmy .....
Brown, J. C. Jane .,,....
Brown, K. M. Kenneth ..
Brown, M. E. Elaine ....
Brown, S. L. Sandra .,....
Brown, T. M. Tony ......
Browne, Mr. Leslie ,.....
Brownridge, B. A. Barbara
Brownscombe, C. D. Jr. D
F. L. Frank . ........ ..
E. I. Emma
Buchanan, M. A. Margaret
Buckaloo, M. D. Mike ....,
Buice, J. S. JoAnne ,...,
Bullock, A. M. Anna
Bullock, W. W. Skip .....
Burdette, L. D. III Dawn
Burg, R. K. Richy ....
Burgess, Mrs. Elinor . . , .
Burgess, S. A. Sylvia ,,..
Burkhead, M. D. Mike
G. A. Jerry .,,..
S. L. Sam ......
Burnette, C. P. Charles ..
Burns, V. P. Polly ......
Burwell, A. Buck .,...
C. E. Cathy
A. Susan ..
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J. H. Hank .....
J. D. David ......
Caldwell, B. A. Beverly
Caldwell, H. W. Wayne ......
Caldwell, M. D. III Denny
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Campbell, A. W. Ann .
Campbell, F. C. Flake ..
Campbell, J. S. Steve ..
Campbell, L. L. Larry . .
Campbell, N. F. Nancy
Campen, M. J. Mary Jo
Canady, G. L. Gary . .
Canipe, J. F. John ,,,.
Cannaday, K. S. Ken ..
Cantanese, M. A. Mike .
Capristo, M. G. George
Carey, J. E. Jane
Carey, L. G. Trudy .
Carey, M. P. Priscilla . .
Carlson, D. L. Doug ,
Carmichael, Mis.: Jean ..
Carney, G. M. Michael
Carnrick. P. A. Peter
Carpenter, J. R. Randy
Carrier, T. B. Tommy
Carson, S. E. Sandra
Carter, J. H. Jimmy
Carter, M. F. Marty
Carter, W. H. Bill
Casanova, P. N. Palsy
Cassels, R. S. Rick .
Cates, A. E. Anne ..
Cates, C. A. Carolyn
Cathey, Crystal . .
Cathey, F. M. Frank
Cathey, J. H. Jane
Cathey. W. H. Jr. Bud
Caudle, R. L. Dick ., .
Caulkins, J. S. Jane .
Cayce, J. P. Cayce .
Chalabie, B. K. Brenda
Chalmers, W. W. Bill
Chambers, E. L. Jr. Eddie
Chambers, L. L. Lee
Chambers, S. L. Sally .
Chaplin, J. M. Jr. Joe
Chaplin, S. M. Saxby .
Chapman, M. E. Mary Beth
Chapman, P. C. Phil
Charnley, C. G. Carol ..
Childress, J. H. Jimmy ....
CHOIR . .. . . .
Chrisman, C. L. Calvin .
Christenbury, W. A. Jr. Bill
Christensen, A. L. Lynn
Christensen, J. D. John .
Cisne, C. N. Jr. Neal .
Cisne, J. M. .lane .
Clapp, J. M. John .
Claridge, D. A. Don .
Clark, L. T. Lucy .
Clark, P. H. Peter
Clary, Mrs. Ethel . ,. .
Clayton, C. R. Carol
Clayton, S. L. Sam ,,...
Cleyrat, D. A. Daniel ..
Clinard, S. E. Sue
Clinard, W. T. Il Tommy .
Cline, Caldwell .
Cloaninger, Mr. William .
Cloud, L. E. LeRoy
Coan, E. L Betsy ,
Coble, Mr. B. J.
Cochrane. C. J. Cathy
Cochrane, J. O. Janet ..
Cochrane, M. G. Martha Gray
Coe, J. M. Jerry .
Coleman, Miss Donnelle
Coleman, N. J. Nancy
Collins, C. C. Carol .
Collins, C. M. Ill Chuck
Collins, D. B. David ..
Conger, Mrs. Juanita .
Conlin, K. E. Karen .
Connell, F. L. Freddie .
Connelly, L. M. Larry
Connor, C Chris ..
Conrad, V. D. Virginia .
Convey, W. H. Jr. Bill
Conway, O. A. Libbie
Cook, D. D. Diana .
Cook, D. K. Dixie .,
Cook, S. K. Kathy . ,
Cook, T. R. Tommy ..
Cook, W. A. Jr. Dusty .
Corbett, I.. C. Carol . .
Cornelius, J. F. John
Cornelius, N. F. Nancy
Cornell, T. P. Thomas
Corry, R. S. Bob .
Counts, C. A. Cliff
CouriC, C. M. Jr. Charles
Covington, D. E. Dai-id
Cox, Mrs. Catharine ..
Cox, D. M. David .
Craig, M. Merry . ..
Crane, R. A. Bob
Craver, F. D. Francis .
Craver, J. C. Johnny
Crawford, R. S. Roger .
Crawford, W. D. Warren
Crockett, D. F. Davy
Crockett, R. J. Rebekah .
Cronstedt, Mr. Carl .
Cromartie, J. H. Jimmy
Crosby, N, R. Nancye .
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Cross, N. E. Norma ,,
Crosson, R. E. Rebecca
S. L. Sally ..
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Crouse, E. H. Emily ..
R. S. Randy
M. L. Lynn ..
Crowther, N. D. Denis
Crump, C. J. Judy , , ,
Culp, Mary Elizabeth
Cummings, G. E. Gayle .
Cunningham, R. L. Bob
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Cutts, S. J. Susan
Dabbs, S. C. Sandra .
Daggett, B. T. Benja ,
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Daniel, J. G. Jolzn ...,
Daniel, J. G. III Justus
Daniel, M. L. Max ..
Daniel, W. E. Jr. Walt
Davenport, M. L. Marsha
Davidson, A. S. Sherry
Davis, B. J. Betty ...,.
Davis, C. M. Camilla
Davis, C. M. Carolyn ..
Davis, G. B. George
Davis, G. L. Gilda
Davis, J. E. Jim ......
Davis, J. E. Jimmy ..
Davis, J. J. John ,
Davis, J. J. Judith ..,.,.
Davis, S. J. Susan ,.
Dawson, J. E. III John ,
Dawson, N. E. Nancy .,
Deal, R. O. Bobby .,..
Dean, R. C. Robert
Deason, J. D. Jane ,...
Deaton, K. L. Kathie
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Delantonas. D. G. Gert
Dellinger, P. G. Pam .
G. Gordon ..,.
Demas, Mary .....
DeMik, H. E. Harry .
J. B. Buddy
Dente, M. A. Jr. Mike ,
Denton, G. W. Jr. Graham
DeRamus, D. L. David .,,,
Devereux, Mrs. Suzie ..,.
Diamaduros, S. G. Tina .. ,
Dickey, L. L. Linda ......
Dickson, C. A. Carol
Diggle, M. E. Meredith ,.........,
Dillehay, G. M. George ...,...
Dimmette, E. R. Jr. Rick . ..
Dixon, Miss Dorothy ........,........,
Dixon, F. E. Floyd ,.......
Dobinson, E. M. Beth .,..
Dodson, G. W. Jerry
Dodson, S. K. Sandy
Doster, J. E. Judy ..,..,,,
Dotson, M. V. Marian ....
Dotson, W. A. Bill ....,
Dougherty, R. S. Ron ,.
Dover, N. S. Nancy . ,.
Dow, A. H. Alfred
Dowd, B. E. Barbara
Drake, D. J. Debbie .,..
Drake, R. F. Randy .,,...
Driskill, T. M. Jr. Tom
DuBose, T. M. IV Teddy
Ducker, G. L. George ...,
Duckworth, B. L. Brenda . . .
Duckworth, D. A. David ..
Dulin, L. B. Lucy .,,,..,.
Dulin, M. W. Martha
Duncan, S. H. Shaylor ....
Dunlap, K. J. Karen ,...
Dunn, J. R. III Bob .,.
Durham, A. F. Al
Dutton, F. J. Frank . ..
Dwelle, M. M. Mary ....
Dwight, K. B. Ken .....
Dye, K. L. Ken .......
Eaker, J. M. Jay .....
Eaker, P. A. Pam
East, J. K. Janice ......
Eaton, B. F. Bobbie ....
Ed, J. A. Jane ....,,..
Ed, S. L. Sue .,..... ....
Edwards, C. F. Charlie .
Edwards, C. H. Chuck ....
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Edwards, G. A. George
Edwards, L. E. Larry
Edwards, R. C. Ruby ,..,
Elird, D. S. David ....,
Efird, J. E. Jay ,. ..., ..
Elder, W. D. Jr. Dana ,.
Eleazer, L. H. Holmes ..
Eliason. W. A. Alex .,.. ,..,....,.., ,,,...,.. . ...,., , . .
Elliot, C. M. Caroline .
Elliott, Mrs. Dorothy ,,.,.,, ,
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Ellis, M. J. Marian ., .,.....,. ....,. , .
Ellis, S. A. Anne .
Ellis, T. G. III Tally ..
Ellison, L. S. Larkin .
Elmore, N. L. Naomi .,
Elrod. J. E. III Ed ,
Elrod. K. G. Karen , ..
Embrey, M. A. Allison .,
ENGINEERS CLUB . ,
Ertel, R. R. Richard ,.
Ervin, F. M. Frances . ,
Ervin, S. R. Sally
Estes, J. T. Jr. Jim
Estridge, R. A. Ricky .,
Fairley, A. R. Ann
Fallis, S. J. Jenny .
Farnan, C. J. Carolyn ,
Farris, J. M. Morton ..,,
Fasnacht, B. L. Brenda
Faulk, J. R. John , , ,
Faulkenberry, R. E. Ricky .
Federal, M. A. Peggy ,
Feimster, Mr. Ernest
Ferguson, S. S. Shirley ,
Fesperman, K. L. Lee ..
Finch, B. C. III Buddy .
Finch, S. F. Susan .....
Finley, C. L. Cris ,
Finley, J. R. Jack .
Fitzgerald, J. B. III Jim
Fligel, S. A. Stuart ...,..
Fletcher, Mrs. Edna .,..
Fletcher, J. S. Susan
Fletcher, N. Nick ,
Flynn, F. S. II Smitty ,.
Foard, D. F. David ..,.
Fogel, F. H. Ted ..,..
Foley, A. T. M. Alice ,
Folsom, E. G. Edna ,...
Folsom, J. A. John ....
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FOOTBALL, VARSITY , . .
Ford, M. M. Meredith .
Ford, R. F. Rita ,.,.,.,...
Fortenbery, J. D. David ..
Foster, E. R. Eddie .,.,.
Foster, F. J. Joe .,,.,.
Foster, J. D. Joyce ....
Foster, R. G. Bob .....
Frank, M. R. Lynn ,.,.,
Franklin, C. A. Carol
Franklin, S. S. Sharon .
Fraser. H. M. Cordy .
Frazier, Patricia .,... ,
Freeman, F. R. Frances . ,
Freeman, J. E. James
Freeman, M. F. Fran , ,
Freeman, W. M. Willie
Frerking, J. L. Judy
Frerking, S. M. Susan . ..
Frey, N. L. Nadia .,.,,
Frey, Toni ., .. .
Frieze, B. J. Barbara . . .
Frost, J. D. Jackie ,...
Frost, R. Y. Roberta .,
Fulcher, Mr. Charles , .
Fuller, S. E. Steve ..,.,...
Fullerton, E. R. Eleanor .........
Fultz, C. L. Cynthia . ..,.. . . . .
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Gallman, V. M. Vicki , . .
Gantt, C. G. Greg .. .
Gardner, J. A. Jack ......
Gardner, T. E. Tommy ..
Garner, R. L. Bobby .
Garnett, R. L. Bob . . . .
Gaskell, P. C. Jr. Pete . .
Gattis, L. L. Linda ,.....
Gaunt, M. E. Meg
Gay, S. C. Susan .........
George, C. L. Katie .,
Germuth, F. G. III Fred ,,..
Ghent, O. W. Wayne ...,..
Gibbs, C. A. Christy ....
Gietzen, A. C. Aynne ....
Gilbert, J. R. Jeanette ..
Gillespie, B. N. Brenda
Gilmour, D. L. Donna
Gilmour, M. T. Monroe ..
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Glasgow, L. M. Lois . . . .
Glatfelter. J. N. Jeannie ..
Gleason, R. N. Ronnie ,
Glenham, T. R. Tonda .
Glenn, R. J. Bob .,,,
Glenn, R. T. Bob ..
Goforth, E. W. Ellen . .,
Goins, F. S. Frank . . . , ,
Goins, H. L. Herb ,
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Gordon, C. F. Jr. Charlie ,.
T. L. Toney . ..
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J. H. Jane .... .
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Grain, Mary Ellen . .
Granger, W. G, Will .. ..
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Nancy . .
Graven, C. L. Carol . .
Graves, N. B. Nancy , .
Grayson, R. E. Bobby . .
Green, K. E. Kay , .
Green, M. A.
Green, R. C. Ronnie
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Gribble, J. A. Ill Jim ..
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Griffin, C. S. .Sherrill , ..
Griflin, R. J. Randy ..,,
Grigg, D. A. Don . . .
Grisdale, J. M. Buddy ,....
Grohman, E. G. Emily , .
Grosboll, M. J. Martha Jean .... ..
Guerrant, Mrs. Ruth , .,.. ,
Guillet, J. G. Judy ,.,..,
Gulledge, F. R. Frank
Gullick, E. L. Eugenia
Gummerson, T. A. Terry . ..
Gunter, Miss Frances
Gunter, G. L. Gay
Guthrie, D. M. Diann ,.
Gwinn, W. A. Wykie
Haake, W. F. II Bill
Hadden, E. F. Earl
Hagan, A. J. Andrea . .
Hager, G. I. Gayle .
Hall, A. D. Ann .....
Hall, D. J. Jean
Hall, M. K. Kathie ,.
Hall, T. J. Jack ..
Hall V. L. Landon
Ham, M. O. Mike .
Ham, J. H. IV Joe .
Hamilton, D. E. David
Hamilton, D. M. David
Hamilton, M. R. Mary
Hamilton. R. D. Bob .
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Hamrick, A. R. Arthur , .
Hamrick, C. M. Croft . , .
Hanbury, N. li. Betsey . ,
Hancock, R. V. Virginia
Hanes, C. R. ll Chip .....
Hanks, C. A. Carol ,...
Hanks, W. C. Jr. Billy
Hanner, D. C. David . ,.
Hannon, R. M. Dick ....
Happy, W. K. Wilma , .
Harcharik, P. J. Paul
Hardee, M. C. Martha
Hardin, C. M. Carolyn ..
Hardin. J. W. .Iohn . .
Harding, C. M. Connie . . ,
Harding, S. G. Sandra ,,..
Hariline, M. G. Marsha .,
Harkey, J. M. Janet ...,
Harkey, J. J.
Harloe, C. E. Claudette
Harrell, Mrs. Mary ....
Harris, H. P. Howard . .
Harris, J. M.
Harris, P. L.
Harrison, Miss .lane . . . .
Harrison, K. W. Ken .
Hart, C. J. Carol .,,.
Hart, J. F. Frankie . .
Hart, K. B. Katie . ,
Hartman, Mr. Jim .
Haskins, I. J. Janet ...,.
Hastings, R. C. Robert .
Haston, J. R. .lolmny ..... .
Hatcher, S. Sande , , . , . . .
Hatehelte, Miss Mary Hazel
Hathcock, C. F. Cindy ,... .
Hawes, C. J. Cecil .........
Hawes, L. F. Laura ,.,....
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Hawkins, P. L. Pam ....
Hawkins, W. B. Bruce ,.,.
Hawn, A. E. Anne .,,..
Hawthorne, C. F. Cathy .,.,.
Hawthorne, T. J. Jr. Tom
Hayes, J. D. Dianne ..,.
Hayes, R. H. Bix .,.....,
Hayes, R, H. Robert ..,.
Heacock, C. J. Carolyn
Heacock, S. J. Sandy ...,.
Hearnc, J. L. III Jack ....
Heiberg, Marianne ....,
Helms, K. W. Kenny
Helms, T. S. Steve .,....
Hemmle, E. V. Edward .
Hemphill, J. A. Jack ..,.
Henderson, A. B, Anne ,
Henderson, J. P. Jane ..
Henderson, N. D. Nancy , , ,
Hensley, A. A. Andy ....
Hensley, D. C. Debbie ....
Hermelink, E. E. Edie .
Herron, D. G. Donna . ..
Hewitt, R. W. Bill ....
Heyer, G S. George ....
Hicks, C. A. Conne ....
Higgins, C. R. Royden .
High, D. J. Donna ..,..
Highsmith, J. Jimmy ...,
Hill, D. Danna ....,.
Hill, D. L. Doug ,.,.
Hill, G. P. George ....
Hill, Rosemary .,..... .
Hines, C. A. III Andy ..
Hinson, A. E. Ann ,
Hirsch, D. W. T. David ,
Hirst, M. D. Mary ,,....
Hitchcock, J. E. Jean
Hitchcock, V. A. Jenny .
Hite, K. A. Karen ......
HI-Y CLUBS ,...., . . .
Hoag, D. W. David ,,,.
Hobbie, B. M. Brown
Hobbs, J. G. Jimmy
C. Kathy . .
Hobbs, W. N. Jr. Walter
Hodges, G. R. George , ..
T. Joe .,.....,.
B. Steve ,..
Hodges, W. H. Bill ....,
Hoffman, J. D. John . ,,
Hoffmeyer. S. G. Sandra .
Hogewood, J. M. Monty
Holden, J. M. Mike ......
Holder, A. E. Audrey
Holder, B. L. Betty .,
Holder, Lyn Carol ...,.,
Holdredge, S. D. Susan ..
Hollars, P. L. Pamela
Hollars, P. L. Paula ...,
Hollingsworth, G. L. Lann
Holman, J. K. Jolana
Holman, L. F. Lee .,....
Holmes, J. W. Butch ....
Holmes, W. H. Bill ..
Holroyd, M. E. Peggy
Honey, M. P. Mark ,.,..
Honey, T. E. Toni
Honeycutt, N. L. Nancy ,...
HONOR SOCIETY ..,..
Hood, J. P. Joan ......,
Hooper, P. P. Pat ....,
Hoover, B. S. Betty ....
Hope, S. D. Steve ,..,.,
Hopkins, B. A. Barbara .
Hopkins, J. R. Jackye ,...
Horack, T. B. Tom ..,..
Hord, B. D. Diane ,.,.
Horne, Doris ,...,.,...
Horne, H. C. Corinne
HORNER AWARDS ,.
Horton, E. R. Randy
Horton, T. M. Tom ....
Horton, T. R. Tim ...,,
Hough, J. G. Jr. Jimmy
Hough, J. T. Jeanne ,.,.
Hough, J. M. Judy .,...,
House, R. W. Roy ,...
Hout, S. L. Susan ..,...
Howard, B. H. Baxter
Howe, S. M. Steve , ...... .
Howie, A. R. Ann Rivers
Howie, J. R. Dick ........,
Howie, M. P. Patty .,,.,
Howren, M. V. Michael
Hubbard, S. B. Jr. Stan ..,.
Hudson, B. M. Byron . . .
Hudson, C. S. III Chuck ..
Huff, M. L. Mary ........,
Huffman, M. L. Marsha .
Hull, J. C. Jimmy ......
Hulse, J. M. John .......
Humble, W. B. Bill .....
Hunt, D. B. Barry ,.......
Hunt, R. C. Jr. Bobby ..
Hunter, E. E. Edward .....
Hunter, F. W. Frances ..
Hunter, G. E. Gale .... ,
Hunter I. E. Elaine ....
Hunter: M. H. Maureen .
Huntley, J. S. Steve .....
Hutchison, D. S. Sidney . . .
Hutchison, Miss Louise . . .
.. ..,. ...67
..14, 34, 85,134
18, 33, 34,'47,
.,.., , 67
..,.. . 86
..... . 67
., ., , 56
...34, 86, 134
. ....,..,. 56
. ...... 56,136
...... . 87
if-Q t-,Q 1 14 LB. CHOICE
. Og 5 ' fini' L3!r'L..r If
Onmu Puri' ' F ,S
Diane Hord, Linda Baker. Norman Kale, Joan Norton. and Ray Baker enjoy a leisurely snack at Charlotte's best drive-in re taurant
DIXIELAN D GRILL at 1600 EAST BOULEVARD
FU RN ITU RE MART
Home Fuwziflaizzgy 1?
of 301 East Trade St. ED 4-0861
126 S. Ch h St t
mf A FRIEND 1
Checklng Accounts Savlng Accounts
Loans Safe Deposit Boxes
OF MYERS PARK
3' 134 ' I '
Jannette, F. M. Frances .
TH E KEY CLU B
unlocks the door to the future.
THE JUNIOR HI-Y
'64 to be the BEST year ever!!
TH E J U N IORS
The Class of '63
THE ENGINEER'S CLUB
plans a new project for next year.
REBUILD MYERS PARK!!
Ibach, C. R. Charlex , ,
Inderfurth, K. F. Rick . .
Ingle, M. F. Mary .. .,
INTRAMURALS ., ,
Irwin, J. R. John .
Jackson, L. E. Linda ...,
Jackson, M. K. Mary
James, M. L. Margaret .,..
Jarvis, M D. Mike ...,
Jaynes, Mr. Oval ,...
n, L. T. Lin ., .
Jeffries, W. T. Bill , .
Jenkins, G. P. George .
Jewell, E. A. Ann ,
I, J. G. Butch .
I, R. L. Becky .
Joerchel, E. E. Erhard ..
Johnson, Janis .. . . ,.
Johnson, M. A. Marilyn
Johnson, M. C. Carolyn .
Johnson, P. A. Phyllis .
Johnson, Mrr. Virginia .
Johnston, E. D. Jr. Eddy
Johnston, R. L. Becky ....
Johnstone, J. A. Joyce ..
Jonas, R. Alice .,.,
Jones, . A. Betty
Jones, S. Betsy ..
Jones H. Frances . . .
Jones, . L. Lee
Jones, M. Mike .
Jones . S. Sue
Jones J. Par . ..
Jones, A. Peggy , . ,
Jones, . J. Bobby
Jones, Sara Frances
Jones, Mr. Thad ,.
Josephs, N. B. Blair .,
Joyce, P. R. Patty
Joye, T. H. Tommy .,
JUNIOR CLASS . . .
Kale, M. N. Norman ..
Kantsios, T. S. Tom ...,
Kanupke, L. A. Laura ..
Karres, M. J. Matt ,,..
Kay, P. F. Paul .,,..
Kee, L. C. Linda .....
Keith, C. B. Carl .. .
Keith, C. D. Carolyn
Kelleher, D. J. Debby ..
Kelley, E. C. Gene , ,, .
Kelly, M. P. Mike
Kelly, V. D. Dabney ..
Kennady, W. F. Bill ....
Kennedy, P. S. Pat ..
Kennedy, R. M. Jr. Rolfe
Kennington, R. W. Richard
Kepley, A. S. Alice ,
Kerhulas, Helen . .,,. .
Kersker, L. L. Linda
Kessaris, J. G. .lim
Kester, J. M. III John .
Kidd, R. J. Robin
Kimball, C. G. Clay
Kimball, J. K. .Ian ..
Kimbirl, T. J. Terry , ,
Kimler, C. A. Carol ,,,,
Kimel, Alice Ann .
King, C. F. Carol
F. D. Forrest .. .
King: J. E. Judy
King, L. F. Linda .......
King, L. E. Renie .. .....
Kinnard, C. G. Charlo
L. G. Lynda ,......,
Kinney, D. F. Deyie
Kirkwood, K. M. Kathleen
Kiser, D. M. David . ,
, Mr. Edwin ,.......
, G. D. Jerry ..
, K. J. Kathy
Kister, K. Kim ...,
, N. G. Nick
, C. L. Curtis
, M. J. .lean
Knight, G. L. Georgia ..
Kohler, H. L. Larry ....
r, J. W. John .,..
Kologiski, Russell ..,...
Kontos, M. C. Marcos ..
Kopp, B. J. Barbara .....,
, C. A. Carolyn .,.....
Krueger, W. Jr. Tom ....
Kuester, . W. Alan .....
Kuester, S. Faison .,,.
Kuester, K. A. Kitty .,
Lafferty, Miss Oma ....
Lake, C. D. Claudine ,
. g .l
73, 88, I10, 116,
, ,... ,..56
, 25, 56.113
. . , 56
IS, 19, 3 . ,48. 87
. ., . . . 32, 87
. ......,,,. 56
. ,..... 40,112,136
, ., . 56,136
..12, 14, 31, 87,105
,. .... 32,
. .15, 17, 87,
. , 88
.,.. ,. 20 67
., . 67,156
.. .... . 67
.., . 88
. .... 56,130
.. . 68,104
,., . 57
. ,,.,,..., 17
..., ,.,., .. 68
,. .,,.... 57
,. , .89
., . .43,104
.. . . 57
...24, 33, 35, 68, 72
THE MONOGRAM CLUB
. . Loyalty to the school and regard for its athletic Y 0 U n G
welfare above any personal preference for or prej-
udice against any member of any team." I- I F E
10 years from now, will you remember
TH E E Area Director
Nat, Smitty, Bill, Charles, Joe, Bobby, MAL MCSWAIN
Jeff, Howard, and Eddie. ED 4-5664
Al Browne's Service Station
Betty Sturgis Dresses
City Savings Bank
Faul 8: Crimes, Inc.
Girl Ambassadors Club
Harry 81 Bryant Co.
The Latin Club
Marion Davis Co.
McEwen Funeral Service, Inc.
Modern Barber Shop-8 barbers to serve you
The Open Kitchen
Touchberry Realty Co.
A Friend of MPHS
Lambeth, S. J. Sarah . ,
Lancaster, Mrs. Betty .,,.
Land, S. C. Susan ..,,, ,.
Landreth, C. M. Carlisle ,.
Lane, C. L. Cassandra . ,
Lane, J. H. John ......
Lane, M. G. Gay .
LANGUAGE CLUBS ,,
Lanning, P. J. Peggy ,.,.
La Pointe. J. R. Jackie , . ,
Lauppe, T. P. Tom ...,.
Law, E. E. Ellen ...,.
Lawing, D. E. Dot .,.,
Laws, S. J. Shelley
Lazar, E. A. Emily .......
Leak, J. D. Buzzy ..,..,..
LeCarpentier, D. M. Dianne
Le Conte, J. A. Jane .....
Lee, C. A. Chris ,.,,.,...,
Lee, D. M. David ....
Lee, llflr. Johnny .,......
Lee, J. R. Randy ,,..,... .
Leftwich, E. C. Catherine .
Lemaire, Y. M. Yvonne
Lenfestey, M. S. Susan
Leonard, B. R. Bonnie
Lever, V. A. Virginia ..
Levine, P. I. Paul .,.,
Lewis, J. E. Janet
Lewis, Dr. Laird .....,
Lewis, W. R. Bill .. ..
LIMELIGHTERS CLUB ..
Lindgren, L. M. Luray ,.... .
Lindgren, S. M. Sandy ....
Lineberger, K. P. Jr. Kenny
Lineberger, N. G. Nancy ..
Linger, S. W. Steve . ,,.. ,
Linker, H. A. Jr. Hank ,.,.
Linker, R. O. Jr. Ronnie ..
Linker, Suzanne .,......,.
Lipford, A. B. Birch . ,,,,,. .
Lipscomb, W. R. III Billy ,
Lisk, S. A. Susan ....,...
Litaker, M. E. Eloise ,,...
Littlejohn, R. G. Robert . ,.
Livingston, M. C. Clare
Livngston, M. B. Muriel ,.
Livingstone, J. P. Judy . ..
Livingstone, W. A. Bill . .
Lloyd, J. E. Judy ,... .
Lobdell, E. S. Bettie ...,
Loesch, J. T. Jr. John .
Loftin, J. E. Judy ,... .
Logan, P. W. Pam ..,..
London, Mary Norcott
Long, A. L. Alicia .,,..
Long, C. L. Tina .,.,.
Long, Mrs. Edith
Long, E. F. Erika ....
Long, R. G. Ramona , ..
Long, S. L. Sandra
Lonon, J. E. Julia ....
Lonon, R. C. Bobby
Love, B. H. Beverly . . .
Love, J. H. Judy ,.,...
Love, M. T. Mike ,,
Love, W. L. Jr. Chuck ..,.
Lovell, L. B. Lynda ..,...
Lovings, J. W. Jr. Jimmy .
Lovings. J. M. Jerry ,.,., .
Lowder, F. E. Frances
Lowe, S. J. Sidney .,.,.
Lowry, S. O. Syble .,..
Lucas, B. S. Jr. Ben
Lucas, J. M. John ,..,
Lucas, M. M. Mimi
Lunday, J. B. John ,.,.
Lyerly, Mrs. Janey ,..... .
Lymberis, S. J. Sandra
Lyon, J. S. Jay .,.,. .
McArver, E. T. Beth . .
McArver, R. E. Bob . . .
McCall, B. K. Karen .. .
McCall, Mary Ann .......
McCann, Mr. John .,.....
McCarty, K. L. Katherine ,
McClintock, W. B. III Bill
McClung, B. N. Bolyn ,...
McClung, E. L. Elise ....,
McClure, G. A. Greg ....,
McConnell, C. W. Chuck .
McCorkle, D. K. Donna .,
McCork1e, S. D. Dell .,..
McCoy, E. R. Eddy ....
McCracken, Mrs. Alma
McDonald, M. E. Mary
McEwen, L. M. Morris
McGarity, G. W. Jr. Mac .
McGarity, L. A. Lillian
McGinnis, M. D. Madeline
McGinty, D. J. David ......
MCGOwan, B. J. Barbara . ,
McGowan, E. L. Elsie
McGuire, J. O. John .,..,
McHenry, R. I. Richard
Mclnnes, Mi.s.s Laura .....
Mclntire, D. L. Dianne
Mclntire, R. E. Lizzy ...,
Mclntyre, M. K. Marie . , .
Mclntyre, B. L. Bette ..
16, 33, i3'6,'63,'68,' 7
.. . 33.68
. . , ...24-25
, ., . 29
,. ., . 31
..16, 34, 68, 72
, .. . ., 57
,l8. 34, 90,137
, . .. 68
36, 90, 106, 140
, ,.. 68
. . , . 58
McKaig, A. S. III Stuart
McKericher, C. A. Carolyn
McKinnon, J. N. Neal
McLaughlin, J. F. Jim .,
McLean, R. L. Randy
McLuen, C. C. Connie ..
McManus, B. A. Bobbie .
McManus, R. N. Ronnie .
McMillan, S. A. Susanne
McNeal, M. L. Martha . ..
McNeary, J. G. Jane ....
McNeely, F. H. Bud ..
McNeely, Mr. Harold .,
McNeill, C. A. Anne ..
McNinch, J. R. Jerry ..
McPhail, E. F. Fred ,...,
MCRae, T. A. Tommy
Macfie, Miss Elizabeth
MacLean, D. A. Dorrie ..
MacNeill, J. C. Jr. Jack .
MacNeill, T. M. Tommy .
Macon, Mrs. Helen ,,..
Madden, E. A. Frieda
Maflitt, M. H. Mary
Magher, Gail , ,
Malarz, R. J. Bob
Mallard, M. A. Ann .. .
Mallonee, L. L. Linda ....
Malphurs, V. E. Vickie ..
Mandanis, K. A. Kay ....
Manning, N. J. Nancy
Manship, J. C. Jr. Calvin
Mantiply, S. L. Stan ,,...
March, Miss May . ..... .
Marchant. P. Pri , ...... .
Marion, P. B. Jr. Paul . ..
Marney, S. E. Susan
Martin, C. M. Mike .....
Martin, E. G. Ellen .. ..
Martin, H. W. Jr. Hugh .
Martin, J. A. Joyce ,.,.,.
Marus. Mary Jo . .
Mascho, C. J. Connie
Masters, B. G. Bette .,..
Mathews, G. L. George ..
Mathews, Mrs. T. Christy
Matthews, A. S. Susan ..
Mauldin, R. L. Lee .....
Maudin, R. B. Bart ..
Mauney, W. C. Billy . .
Mays, D. R. Dwight ..
Meacham, S. L. Sally ..
Meador, Sally . .
Medlin, B. G. Gail ,,...
Melasky, J. E. Jane ,,..,.
Merchant, D. L. Dorcas .
Merrill, J. W. John .,.,..
Merritt, M. L. Lynn
Metger, R. E. Bob
Meyer, B. L. Bonnie .,
Meyer, M. P. Peggy
Meyer, P. B. Polly
Michael K. A. Kent
, p . . .
Milam, M. F. Francine ..
Miller, C. F. Cathey , . . .
Miller, J. B. Jean ,,...
Miller, J. A. Jr. John
Miller, L. C. Lloyd . ..
Miller, M. A. Marilyn
Miller, P. H. Harold ..
Miller, S. J. Susan .,...
Miller, W. R. Bobby . . . .
Milton, M. G. Margaret .
Milton, W. D. Jr. Skipper
Mims, Mr. Spencer .
Minton, M. A. Marilynn
Mitchell, B. L. Brenda
Mitchell, F. B. Frances ..
Mitchiner, T. J. Jr. Jeff
Mizell, S. M. Sara ,,.,...
Momtt, T. A. Trudy .
Monckton, W. H. Billy ..
MONOGRAM CLUB ..
Moody, A. S. Anne
Moody, J. D. Jane ,...
Moon, H. V. Chip ,,..
Moon, T. W. Tommy
Mooney, T. T. Tommy ,.
Moore, . M. Caroline
Moore, C. R. Ross ....
Moore, J. H. Jr. Jackie .
Moore, K. S. Karen .....
Moore, L A. Allison ,.,.
Moore, M. A. Margaret .
Moore, S. P. Saundra
Moore, S. C. Susan
Moore, W. F. Frankie
Moore, Miss Winnie
Moose, Mr. .lohn . ,
Morgan, R. H. Twinky ..
Moritz, J. E. Joan ,
Morris, C. J. Jr. Claude .
Morrison, D. G. Don ....
Morrison, L. S. Susan ..
Morton, E. A. Ann ...,
Morton, G. C. Georgia ..
Moseley, J. C. .lim ,.....
Moseley, S. L. Susan ....
Motter, B. R. Beverly
Muilenburg, J. A. Jodie ..
18, 83, 91,107,1l1,127,128,129,123
. ...... 68
... . 91
. ..... 50,91
...,..... . 58
. .22, 23,26, 92
Y I. . A ...I .
y v v Q y
07. l1l,113, 114
54, 59. 130. 137
93, 122, 124,137
Muilenburg, L. G. Lisa
Mulford, M. L. Marsha ..
Mullen, D. M. Dorothy ..
Mulwee, Earleen ........
Mulwee, T. E. Tommy
Munn, M, H. Winky ....
Murphy, B. E. Barbara
Murray, Carol Ann ......
Murray, J. A. Judith ..
Murray, W. P. Phil
Murrell, J. E. Betsy
MUSTANG CLUB ..
Myers, A. F. Alice ..
Myers, C. E. Chic ......
Myers, M. E. Martha ....
Myers, M. W. Mary .....
MYERSPARK STAFF ..
Nakling, Inga .......
Nance, P. J. Patsy .....
Nash, L. W. Larry ......
Naumoff, L. J. Lawrence . ..
Neal, R. D. Doug ......,
Nelson, D. W. Davis ....
Nelson, J. T. Tommy ..
Nelson, M. A. Mary
Nelson, M. E. Libbie ....
Nelson, Miss Nina .... .
Nettles, L. O. Lenora .....
Newland, Miss Margaret ..
Newlin, M. A. Marcia
Nodell, T. A. Ted ..
Noland, R. E. Russell
Nordman, I. L. Lyn . . . . .
Nordman, L. E. Linda
Norman, D. T. David ,,..
Norman, W. C. Jr. Craig
Norris, M. W. Mike ......
Norton, J. E. Joan ......
Norton, S. P. Susan
O'Connor, J. F. Julian
O'Daniell, R. A. Ronnie .
Odell, P. R. Missy ......
Oppold, L. W. Lin ...........
ORCHESTRA 2 ...,........
Orr, D. K. Dottie ...... ......
Overcarsh, K. A. Kathy . ..... .
OVERVIEW OF THE YEAR
Owen, J. M. Janet ...,.,......
Owens, F. N. Jr. Frankie
Page, R. W. Ricky ....
Palmer, M. A. Peggy ,...
Pando, J. R. Ramon
Pappas, G. N. George
Pappas, Jeanne .........
Pappas, N. T. Nick ....
Parker, C. S. Carol ....
Parker, J. S. Jan
Parker, J. L. Judy .....
Parker, P. A. Patsy ....,
Paterson, A. L. Alice ....
Paton, R. A. Dick ......
Patrick, M. W. Mike ....
Patterson, J. H. Jane
Patterson, L. B. Lloyd
Patterson, S. W. Susan
Pearce, A. K. Anne
Pearce, M. J. Marilyn
Pearcy, R. E. Ralph ,,.....
Peardon, M. L. Margaret
Pearson, G. F. Ricky .....
Pearson, T. C. Tommy
Pease, J. N. III Norman ..
Pennigar. S. F. Sally .....
PEN PUSHERS CLUB
Perry, N. E. Nan ..
Peterson, C. A. Carolyn ..
Pettit, V. L. Vickie . . . ..
Pharr, S. Suzie .......
Phifer, Miss Jean .....
Phifer, L. M. Lynn ......
Phillips, Dr. A. Craig ....
Phillips, D. W. Danny .....
Phillips, H. L. Jr. Bud .....
Phillips, M. G. Martha Gatlin
Phillips, R. L. III Bob ........
Pickard, Ann ..,............
Pickup, P. A. Patricia
Pierce, L. S. Jr. Lloyd
Pierson, P. J. Pam .......
Pillsbury, C. A. Cindy ........
Pleasants, M. L. Margaret ...,
Pliner R. J. Robert . ..... .
Poifeiibarger, C. M. Connie .....-
Poindexter, B. I. Betty .......
Polk, Ellen .... ........
Poliakoff, N. B. Neil ...,
Politopoulos, Angela . . .
Poole, M. L. Louelynn
Poole, T. S. Buddy ....
16, 24, 93, 106, 113, 115
20 30 32 93 126
1 1 y v
. , . . . .69
.. .... 59
.. .. . 69
, .... 59
. ....... 59
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Bigham
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Blair
Fred R. Cochrane, jr., M.D.
james A. Crowell, M.D.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Daniel
Dr. and Mrs. Monroe T. Gilmour
Dr. and Mrs. S. Hunt
O. Hunter jones, M.D.
Dr. William C. Matthews
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Miller, jr.
Mrs. H. E. Pennigar
Mr. and Mrs. H. Query
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Van Wag
Dr. and Mrs. Wilson O. Weld
David G. Welton, M.D.
Dr. Fred E. Wise jr.
A Friend of MPHS
Porter, P. H. Paul ,. . . .69
Porter, R. M. Rick' .,., .,.. 5 9
Porter, T. W. Jr. Ilotn .. .94
Poston, M. N. Margaret .. .... 69
Poston, V. H. Virginia . .59
Pound, R. M. Trip ,.... ....... 5 9
Powell, Mr. George .... . 40
Powers, T. B. Tom .... .... 3 3, 34, 59
Pratt, L. V. Jr. Vincent .. ,....... 69
Pratt, M. R. Muriel .,.,.. .... 3 3,69
Pratt, S. D. Sylvia ..... . 59
Presley, C. A. Carol ..,., .... 2 3,69
Preston, J. N. II John . . .... 59
Price, S. H. Sally . .,.. ...,,........ 3 3,69
Purcell, Mr. Gus ........ .. .. . .,.... .. .., 44
Purnell, W. D. David . ,. . . .18, 19, 20, 74, 94, 116, 133
Purvis, F. L. Frances . . . .,................... . .69
Pyles, F. E. Fran .... ....... .... ..... . . 59
Queen, J. R. Jimmy .. ... .. .. .94
Queen, S. J. Sandy .. .... . 59
Query, J. R. Jan . . . .. .20, 94, 105
Raborn, L. J. Larry . . , , . . 29, 69
Rader, J. A. Judy .. .....,. 59
RADIO CLUB .. ..... ....19
Raditz, C. W. Cary ... . ....... . . .69
Raines, J. A. Jimmy .... . . .30, 94, 137
Randall, W. R. Dick . . . ....... . .70
Rankin, Miss Jessie . . . . . . . . .44
Rankin, M. R. Mike ... . ..... 94
Rash, M. L. Mike . .. . .,., ..... 5 9, 130
Ratchford, F. L. Jr. Fred . ,...... 94
Ratchford, M. E. Mary . .. ...... .59
Ray, L. 0. Lindsay ....... .... 3 3, 59
RED CROSS .... . . . ...... .28
Reece, T. S. Tom . . . . . .34. 70
Reed, E. C. Eddie ....,. 34, 59
Reed, J. A. Julia . ,... .. 33, 70
Rees, F. W. Freddy . .. .34, 59, 136
Rehm, C. J. Caryl .... ..... 3 2,94
Reich, P. J. Patsy . . ....... 32.94
Rembert, M. S. Susan .. . ...35, 94, 106
Renfro, B. B. Byron ...... 34, 59
Repetto, E. J. Eleanor . ,,,,.. 59
Revels, J. L. Joe ... . .... . . .70
ReVi1le, J. J. Jill .. . ...,..... 25,59
Rhyne, L. K. Linda . .... .... 3 2, 94
Rich, L. C. Lyttletan . ..... 14, 16, 35, 36, 94
Richards, J. D. John . . ........, 37, 137
Richards, S. M. Sara . . . . . ...... 32, 70, 141
Richardson, B. A. Barbara . . . , . . . 49, 94
Richardson, C. C. Cecelia ..... N95
Richardson, G. G. George ..,........... ..59
Richardson, J. B. Jim . . . . ...,.......... 34, 70
Richey, J. M. Mike . . . .,.. 37, 70, 122, 124, 139
Ridenhour, C. B. Calvin . . ........ 60, 125, 137
Rinesh, J. E. Jimmy ..... . ...... . ...... 95
Ritch, T. A. Teddy . . ..... . H60
Riviere, Miss Cornelia . . . 40, 44, 45
Roane, V. M. Virginia ....... ..95
Robbins, C. A. Cynthia . . 60
Robbins, J. C. John . . . . . 32, 70
Robbins, M. V. Marian .. ..... . 60
Roberts, J. C. Jim . . . .... 95,124
Roberts, J. L. Joy ..,. .... . .70
Robey, E. A. Ann . . 22, 95
Robinson, C. E. Claire ,. . . . . . .60
Robinson, J. W. Jan . ..... ,M95
Robinson, R. J. Roland . . . , , , . , ,70
Rogers, D. J. Diana ..... .. . 95, 140
Rogers, G. E. Gail ..,.. , ,,,, , ,60
Rogers, Miss Lillian . . . . 40, 44, 45
Rogers, M. R. Mike . ., .... 60,136
Rogers, R. R. Becky .... ......... 60
Rollow, D. N. David . .. ......... . . . .
Roseberry, E. A. Beth .... .... 2 8, 47, 70
Rosenblatt, E. A. Edith ...... ..70
Rosol, N. L. Nancy .. .. ,,,,,,,60
Ross, T. A. Trudy ... . .......60
Rotan, Mrs. Elizabeth . . . , . . .44, 140
Roth, J. R. Dick .... .... 60 , 125
Rothell, F. Z. Freda . . . ,,,, 22, 49, 95
Roughton, W. P. Skip . .. ........ .70
Rouzer, J. E. Jan . .. . . . .5, 36, 95
Rouzer, P. E. Patsy .. ...... 37,60
Rowe, E. C. Carolyn . ..... 60
Rudisill, J. M. Macki ... . . . .95
Ruff, N. L. Nancy . . . . . . . .70
Rule, C. D. Cheryl . . . ..... . .70
Rumburg, R. K. Becky ... ... . ...60
Russell, F. A. Rusty .. .. ..,.. 60, 134
Ryan, S. M. Sheila ..... ....... 60
Ryburn, S. S. Jr. Sam .... . . ,,,,, 70
St. Clair, S. I. Steve ..... .... .... ...... 7 1 , 125
St. George, W. M. II Winky .. . .... 9, 27, 98, 106, 131
Sanders, Mary Ann ............ ................. 7 0
Sanders, S. E. Sandy ......... . ..... 60
Sandiford, R. B. III Ben . .. . . .70, 124, 125, 134, 135
Sanford, D. E. Don ...... ....... 9 5, 122, 123, 124
Santen, J. R. Joe ...... .......... . ..34, 95
Sauder, J. L. Larry .... ....... 2 7,70, 134
Saunders, C. B. Chase .... ........... 60
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Saye, M. L. Mary .,,, ....
Scarborough, W. H. Bill
Schaeffer, J. C. Jill .,,....
Scher, S. W. Steward ,....
Schmid, M. A. Merry ..,..,
Scholtz, C. L. Carol Lee ..
Scholtz, S. V. Sherry .....
Schott, G. R. Geolirey
Schreiber, S. B. Sherrie
Schuster, F. S. Suzanne
Schwantes, W. L. Leland ..
Schworm, W. E. Bill .....
Scott, B. F. Bernadette ,.
Scott, P. L. Pete .,......
Scott, S. G. Greg .....
Seanor, S. L. Sally ...,..
Sears, L. L. Linda ........
Seawright, M. A. Ann
Seehler, R. W. Wayne ..
Segal, M. P. Melvin .,..
Segrest, D. S. Dave .....
Sehorn, T. C. Tommy ..,,
Selby, T. N. Norwood ....
Selden, W. R. Bill .,,,
SENIOR CLASS .....
Senn, P. E. Elaine .....
Shackelford, J. H. Jim ..
Shanklin. J. P. Pat .,..
Shanks, E. L. Betty .....
Shanks, J. M. Jackie
Shanks, L. R. Linda ....
Sharman, P. A. Party
C. M. Caroline
J. G. Jane ...,.
Shaw, S. E. Susan
Shaw, S. J. Jane . ,... .
Sheron, S. R. Sandra
Sheppard, Mr. Porter
Sheppard. S. R. Steve
Sherrill. J. Jackie .....
M. E. Mike ..
Shirah, F. G. Gail .,......,
Shoemaker, R. A. II Rale
W. J. Jack .......
igh. . ....
Shore, P. L. Philip ...,
Short, G. L. George ..,...,
Short, H. M. Hal ........
Shultman, A. C. Audrey ..
Sibley, P. E. Pam ....,,,
Sieburg, J. B. Joanne . .
Sieger, G. M. Gail .,..
SiHord. Miss Patsy ..
Sills, R. B. Randy ....
Simon, M. F. Mickey ..
Simpson, R. S. Steve
Sims, B. E. Beverly
Sims, D. G. Danny ....
Sims, P. A. Patti ,...,,
Sims, S. K. Shirley .
Sinclair, R. W. Randy , ,
Singletary, J. B. Joe
Singleton, Miss Gail
Sink, Mr. Jack ...,..
Sito, N. M. Nancy .
Sitton, D. L. Dollie ....
Sizer, B. A. Barbara
Sizer, Mr. Richard .,,.
Skidmore, C. D. Dale .,,.
Skinner, D. P. Pam
Sklar, B. E. Barry
Slipher, P. A. Pat ..,..
Small, D. D. Deborah
Small, F. C. Chris .....
Smith, C. S. Lessie .....
Smith, C. L. Charlotte
Smith, C. P. Cheryl
Smith, C. V. Van ......
Smith, D. C. Dana ,,,.,..
Smith, D. T. IV Danny . ,
Smith, D. E. Dave ...,.
Smith, D. L. Debbie ...,
Smith, D. H. Jr. Mike ..
Smith, H. C. Sonny ..,.
Smith, J. F. Jan ..,..
Smith, J. E. John
Smith, K. H. Kenny
Smith, L. A. Leslie ..
Smith, L. L. Linda ..
Smith, Mrs. Mary .. .. .
Smith, R. S. Becky .......,
Smith, R. S. Sidney .,.,...
Smith, S. E. Sara Elizabeth
Smith, S. C. Susie . ..,... .
Smith, S. E. Susan ..,,...
Snapp, L. J. Linda ....
Snead, G. D. David
Sneed, B. E. Eileen ....
SnePP, N. G. Candy ....
Snook, A. G. Garry ,,.,..,
Snyder, I. F. Jr. Francis
Solada, J. M. Janet ,.....
Soldati, E. D. Libby ...,.
Sopher, P. S. Patsy ,.,.
SOPHOMORE CLASS ..
Sorrells, R. V. Ronnie
Soule, G. H. George ..
Soule, J. N. Jimmy .....
Spain, R. B. Bobby ......
Sparks, H. H. Jr. Dusty ,.
Sparks, S. A. Sandy ..,.
Speir, A. M. Alan ,......
Speir, N. G. Jr. Nat ...,
Speir, R. W. Bobby
. ,...., 60
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.34, 60, 130
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Spencer, C. L. 111 Charles
Spencer, D. B. David
Spencer, J. F. Jean ,,,...
Spencer, T. S. Tommy ,.
Spigener, M. B. Mary ,
SPORTS DIVIDER ....
Spratt, C. T. Townley
Sprinkle, B. E. Bonnie ,
Spurlin, V. A. Vicky ..
Spurrier, M. F. Mary ,,
Squires, E. G. Eleanor .
Squires, L. M. Louise .,
Stacks, B. L. Barry ,
Stamey, M. L. Mary ..
Stafford, R. M. Dickie
Stafford, S. C. Sally . .
Stafford, S. G. Susan .,
Stanheld, M. S. Susy ,.
Stanley, W. R. Walter .,
Stanton, W. T. Watt .
Starnes, L. J. Buddy
Starnes, R. L. Dick
Stayer, J. L. Janet . .
Stayer, L. G. Laur ,
Steele, G. A. Alec ,
Steele, M. N. Martha
Steele, Mary Alice ..
Stegall, J. L. Janet
Steiger, E. M. Edie .
Steiger, L. T. Louise ,..,
Stenhouse, R. W. Dick
Stephens, N. L. Nancy .,
Stephens, R. C. Jr. Bobby
Steven, J. E. Jane . ,.,.
Stevens, G. L. Glenn ,. ,
Stevens, J. E. Joyce ,.
Stevenson, M. W. Mike
Stewart, Miss Evangeline ,
Stewart, J. L. Jenel ..,.,
Stewart, J. G. Jill ..,.,
Stewart, M. E. Mike ,.
Stewart, W. B. III Bill
S. S. Butch
Stinson, T. W. III Tommy
Stokes, T. A. Tere
Stone, Molze , , . , . . ,
Stoneham, J. W. Joe .
Storey, P. T. Plzil .
Stout, J. C. Jack . ..,. .
Stratton, J. W. Jimmy .
Strawn, B. A. Betsy
Strickhouser, D. C. Danny 'L
Strickland, E. A. Anne .,
Strickland, J. L. Judy
Strohecker, E. A. Ann .
Strope, I. F. Bud .
Strope, L. B. Lynne ..
Stroup, R. E. Rodger .
Stroupe, J. B. Jackie
Stuckey, R. M. Bob , ,
STUDENT COUNCIL .
STUDENT LIFE DIVIDERI . f
sunivan, D. R. Diana .,... .
Surles, P. E. Patsy ,,., ,
Surratt, S. L. Sherry ,.
Sutton, S. F. Susan
Sutton, R. H. Bob ,.
SWIMMING ., ..,.
Tadloek, J. A. Jimmy
Talbot, G. H. Jr. George
Tarleton, K. B. Kendall
Tatsis, R. G. Rosie .....
Tatum, R. A. Ricky ..
Taylor, S. J. Joyce .,
Taylor, S. D. Steve ,.
Tear, A. H. Ann ..
Teat, J. I. Jr. Jimmy ..
Templin, R. S. Bob .,.,,
Therrell, J. G. Jr. Rusty
Thevaos, J. G. Jimmy .
Thies, A. C. Cole
Thomas, M. E. Mary . .
Thomas, W. R. Bill
Thompson, A. C.
Thompson C. D. Dell
Thompson, C. D. Diane
Thompson, D. B. Dale
Thompson, G. 1. Gail .
Thompson, J. H. Joey .
Thompson, N. J. Nancy
Thompson, S. J. Sandra
Thomson, C. G. Cindy
Thornhill, V. H. Ginger
Threatt, W. L. 111 Billy ,
Thrift, A. O. Ashley .,,.
Thrift, L. R. Linda
Tillman, H. L. Henry ..
Timberlake, E. F. Edgar .
Timmerman, W. B. Bill ....
Tinsley, D. G. Jr. David
Tinsley, R G. Richard . .
TITLE PAGE .,.,
Titlow, M. S. Sharon .,
Todd, C. J. Jane ...,.....
Todd, J. R. Dick . . .,
Townsend, G. S. Grace
Townsley, A. W. Anne
Townsley, P. A. Peter ..
, ,,, ....60,136
74, 75,97,1l2. 124,134,135
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Transou, M. K. Kathy ..
Transou, M. M. Molly
TraPP. R. L. Becky . ,.
A. E. Alice ....
Trice, A. C. Ann ....
Trice, J. E. Ellen ....,
J. B. John ....
Trotter, K. R. Kathy ....
Trotter, N. A. Nancy
Tucker, L. F. Lewis
Tull, F. M. Melanie ....
Tull, S. P. Sally ,...,.
Turbyfill, C. L. Cindy .,
Turk, C. L. Charles .
Turner, F. G. III Fred
Turner. J. O. Jr. Jimmy . ..
Turner, L. M. Lena ,...
Turner, R. B. Breamon ..
Turner, T. R. Tommy ..
Twitty, P. D. Pat .
Twitty, W. C. Jr. Bill ..
Wade, E. J. Janie .....
Uhl, J. C. Jimmy
Vance, J. R. Janis .,.....
Vance, M. L. Madelyn .,.,
Van Pelt, W. W. Wells ,
Van Wa ner C. A. Charles
Veasey, Pat ......,.....
Veasey, Susanne . , ..,..,. .
Vehue, D. C. Carol
Venable, G. C. Carol ....
Venning, M. J. Margie
Verch, N. C. Nancy ....
Verch, S. S. II Stuart ,....
Verner, D. C. David ..
Vichesky, F. J. Jr. Freddy
Vincent, L. E. Larry ,...... . ......., .
Wagner, Gloria .......
Wakefield, J. L. John
Walden, J. D. Jerry ,...
Walker, C. C. Carroll
Walker, E. M. Beth .....,
Walker, E. E. Emily
Walker, M. J. Jane .......
Walker, W. H. Jr. Bill
Wallace, E. S. Sandra
Wallace, Maggie Mac ...,
Wallas, J. P. Jonny
Wallas, P. R. Philip
Waller, P. T. Patty ..,.
Wallin, Mr. Steve .....
Walters, B. C. Barbie .,..
Walters, J. F. Jr. Jimmy ..
Walton, C. L. Carla .....
Walton, F. A. Fred
Walton, P. T. Tommy
Ward, D. A. Anne ......
Ward, E. L. Beth ..,..
Ward, V. C. Champ ,
Watermeier, W. A. Bill
Waters, Jerry ..,.........
Watkins, L. D. H. Lloyd
Watson, S. L. Susan ......
A. Andy . ,...
A. Kathy ,....
Watts, L. T. Sonny .....,.
Wayne, J. E. Jeff ......,..
Webb, G. H. Jr. Howard
Weinstein, M. E. Marcia ..
Weisel, K. P. Kerri ,..... .
Welch, D. T. Don ......,
R. James ..., . .
Weldon, A. A. Alice .,,..
Weldon, W. O. Jr. Bill
Welsh, S. C. Carol
. Welsome, Cathy Jo
. . 32. Welton,
L. G. Sandy ..
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West, J. F. Jef? ,,.. .
West, J. A. Judy ,..,
Whalen, J. F. Jim ,
Whetstone, P. A. Pat ....
Whisnant, K. E. Kay ,..,
White, Mrs. Addie Jane
White, J. E. Ill John ....
White, J. L. John ...,.
White, J. M. Tinka .,
White Lucie Lea .,.. ..
whnef M. A. Mike ..,..
whmieid, A. s. Andrea
Whitley, A. S. Sue .,..,
Whitley, Miss Ethel
Whitley, C. A. Craig ,...
Whitlock, N. D. Neill ..,..
Whitney, D. D. Deedee ....
Whittaker, T. M. Tracy ....
Whitton, J. E. Jane .,..,.
Wickham, J. M. John ....
Wickham, Weeta Jane
Widis, L. E. Larry ....
Wiener, Janet ...,..,...
Wilcox, S. L. Staten ,.,....
Wilkinson, G. D. George
Wilkinson, J. A. Jan ,..,.
Wilkinson, T. A. Tommy .
n, W. L. Bill ..
Williams, A. S. Suzanne
Williams, A. T. Allan ....
, C. L. Cherie
G. H. Gary .......
, J. D. Ill Johnny
, R. L. Richard .,..
on, E. L. Eddie
Willis, F. L. lil Fred ....
Willis, G. P. Jerry
Wilson, B. L. Bobbie . . .
Wilson, Dianne ...,.....
Wilson, J. L. Jill . ...,.... .
Wilson, L. C. Lynne . ...... .
Wiriden, C. G. Jr. Charles
Wisdom, S. L. Jr. Stan . ..
Wise, P. P. Pam
Wise, P. J. Paula ..,..
Wise, S. H. Sue ...,.....
Withrow, R. J. Ronny
Wolfe H Walter
Wood, J. D. Jane ......
Wood, R. S. Becky ,......
Woodall, M. T. Mike ....
Woodrug, Miss Billie
Woods, C. D. Carmen
Woods, S. Sue , .,.. ,
Woodside, D. E. Diane ..
Worley, R. L. III Bob ..
Wrenn. Jr., Creighton
WRESTLING, JV . . .
Wright, F. B. Frank ....
Wright, Mrs. Irene ......
Wright, R. E. Becky ..,.
Wright, W. B. Chip ......
Wuertenberger, V. A. Jan
Wyche, D. C. David ,..,
Yandle, B. A. Barbara
Yandle, P. E. Jr. Paul ....
Yandle, S. L Sherry .....
Yarbrough, E. K. Sonny . .
Yarbrough, R. T. Ted
Yopp, I. T. Tom ....
Young, C. B. Buck
Young, N. M. Nancy .
Young, S. T. Steve
Y-TEEN CLUBS . . .
Zaccagni, H. S. Hope
Zagora, E. M. Mike ...,
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CHARLES vm WAGNER
G. LESLIE aizowrsie
Ad"'So' 2400 CoLoNY RoAD
Classes Editor CHARLOTTE
Student Life Editor
Within the 168 pages of the 1963 Mustang are many events in pictures and words which, we hope,
will bring to each mind a pleasant memory of our golden year. We have tried to make this book a
rewarding treasure for each of you at Myers Park.
This book represents many hours of thought and planning and months of preparation on behalf of
the staff: for us, it has been a pleasure to serve Myers Park in this manner. We only hope that
you will find the Mustang as rewarding.
However, without the sincere cooperation of the administration, faculty, and students, and the financial
assistance of many persons, this book would not be possible. We are indebted to these persons,
and we hope that you, the students of Myers Park, will take pleasure in patronizing our advertisers.
We especially acknowledge the following for their invaluable contributions to the 1963 Mustang:
Mr. Frank Fleming, Consultant, Washburn Printing Company:
Mr. Price Coursey, Consultant, Charlotte Engraving Company:
Mr. Earl Powell, Plant Manager, Washburn Printing Company:
Mr. George Snyder, Art Consultant, Charlotte Engraving Company:
Mr. Bill Snell, Cover Consultant, S. K. Smith Company:
Mrs. Virginia Christenbury, Mrs. jean Howarth, Mrs. Genevieve Stewart, Beverly Studio, senior portraits:
Mr. Bill Renfrow, Delmar Studio, underclass portraits:
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Aull, beauty portraits:
Dr. Lewis and the Myers Park faculty:
The 1963 Staff and Homeroom Representatives:
Mr. Leslie Browne, Advisor:
Mr. Richard Beymer, beauty judge:
Mrs. Philip J. Baugh.
Again, let us express to the student body our thanks for your cooperation in helping to produce the
"best Mustang everf'
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