New London High School - Londoner Yearbook (New London, NC)

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' Ls ; ... . ' : i ' • ’ DEDICATION For his Loyal service and expert guidance to the senior class. We, the seniors of New London High School Dedicate The Londoneer to Mr. Richard Koontz. THE LONDONEER STAFF SEATED, left to right: Mr. J. F. Turner, Principal; Mrs. G. H. Rogers, Advisor; Donald Britt, Ed itor-in- Chief; Barabara Allred, Assistant Editor; Jackie McSwain, Business Manager. STANDING: Gene Clayton, Tim Huneycutt, Jimmy Clark, John Wayne Lentz, Adv. Manager; Ginger Clark, David Allred, Kather- ine Starnes, Frances Plyler, Carolyn Russell, Linda Burris, Annette Turner. FACULTY V PRINCIPAL J. F. Turner SCHOOL BOARD Boyce Griffin, L. D. Lowder, J. D. Hearne MRS. G. H. ROGERS English MRS. JAMES VALSAME SARAH CRAWFORD English Home Economics MRS. O. L. CRISCO Eighth Grade MISS LIBBY ALMOND Seventh Grade W. T. WARD Seventh Grade MRS. BAKER MRS. J. F. TURNER MRS. HELEN SMALL Fifth Grade Fifth Grade MRS. H. B. HALL Mathematics MISS PATSY PETTIT Eighth Grade MRS. D. T. CLAYTON Sixth Grade MRS. W. O. CROWELL Fourth Grade MISS MAUDE MANESS MRS. BEN HARRIS MRS. C. B. CROOK MRS. R. F. LYERLY Fourth Fifth Grades Fourth Grade Third Grade Second Grade MRS. J. F. WINFREE Third Grade MISS LULA RUSSELL Second Grade MRS. JOE ROSS Second and Third Grades MRS. GEORGE GOODMAN First Grade SCHOOL COLORS Blue arid White MRS. H. L. FESPERMAN SAMUEL A NDREWS ALTON BASINGER First Grade Music and Voice Janitor 6 SCHOOL SONG Let our voices loudly ringing Echo far and near Song of praise Our children singing To thy memory dear. All the days we ' ve been together Fondly we recall Days of fair or stormy weather Thou hast gladdened all. Hail, New London Alma Mater Thy dear praise we cry Grateful we will love thee truly Hail, New London High. SENIORS MASCOTS Kenny Mabe Mary Ann Miller SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Jackie Russell SECRETARY Faye Russell VICE PRESIDENT John Wayne Lentz TREASURER Jimmy Clark REPORTER Frances Plyler CLASS COLORS Blue and White CLASS MOTTO Do all things well, both the seen and the unseen. " ANNETTE TURNER " To love, to learn, to dream, to do this is to live. " Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2 Dramatics 3 Annual Staff 4 Superlative 4 CAROL HOLMES " Young love may go for all I care to Jerico. " Dramatics 4 Baseball 3 Boosters Club 3 JERRY HARWARD " Just call me ' Trouble ' f.nd it everywhere I go. " Beta Club 3, 4 Staff 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3 BARBARA ALLRED " Happiness is cheaper than worry, so why pay the highest price. " Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4 Owl Staff 4 Class Officer 2, 3 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Marshal I, 2, 3 MARY ALICE LEDBETTER " Talented of Hand, witty of remark, always bright, but not so smart. " Glee Club 3, 4 Dramatics 3 Superlative 4 F H A I TIMOTHY FRANKLIN HIJNEYCUTT " Bind my wounds and get me another horse. " Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1,2, 3,4 Dramatics 3, 4 Bus Driver 3, 4 JIMMY CLARK " Don ' t let studying inter- fere with your education. " Dramatics 3 Annual Staff 4 Basketball 2 Booster Club 2, 3 Superlative 4 CAROLYN LOUISE LOWDER " To err is human, to forgive divine. " (Pope) Glee Club 4 Dramatics 4 F H A 2, 3 Officer 4 French Club 2 JOHN WAYNE SHIRLEY ANN v , Sr LENTZ HARDISTER " Slippin-an-Sliding. " " The only way to have a if friend is to be one. " M ' »■ Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 F H A 1, 2, 3, 4 IBB 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Superlative 4 Annual Staff 4 F F A I, 2, 3, 4 Usher 3, 4 Boosters Club 2 TAMARA KAY HARWARD " Her srpile shows her per- sonality. " Glee Club I, 2, 3 F H A I, 2 Usher 4 KEITH BURRIS " Live long; love hard; die young; and have beautiful memories. " Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4 F F A I, 2, 3, 4 Boosters Club 2, 3 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 TOMMY LAMBERT " Be living fast, loving hard, trying not to die young. " Endy I, 2, 3 New London 4 LAURA ALICE POTTS " Make haste; time waits for no one. " Safety Club I F H A I, 2 FAYE HINSON " Calmly pursuing an ob- jective. " Beta Club 3, 4 Owl Staff 3, 4 Marshal 3 French Club 4 DONALD SMITH " A joke for every occa- sion. " Bus Driver 3, 4 F F A I, 2, 3, 4 Agr. 1,2, 3,4 Boosters Club 2, 3 SUE HATLEY " A dark haired girl with a bashful grin, who for her- self many friends is sure to win. " F H A I, 2, 3 French Club 2 Safety Club 2 RICHARD TURNER " For he’s a jolly good fel- low. " Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4 Bus Driver 3, 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Agriculture I, 2 Monogram Club 3, 4 LINDA KAY BURRIS " My greatest ambition I regret to state — is this — to graduate. " Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 F H A I, 2, 3 Officer 4 F T A 4 DARRIELL CHANDLER " Why work when play is waiting ? " Bus Driver 3, 4 F F A 1,2,3 Officer 4 Manager, Boys Basketball team 4 GINGER ANN CLARK " First Kiss " Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Beta Club 3, 4 Owl Staff 4 Superlative 4 Glee Club I, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 NED BARNES BULLOCK " A little guy, a little shy, but the girls like him just the same. " Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 4 Boosters Club 2, 3 GENE CLAYTON " Women and sports is my game, but when I play them, they ' re never the same. " Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 HAZEL BURGESS " A cheerful greeting for everyone a friendly thought for all. " F H A I, 2, 4 Safety Club 2 ROGER SCOTT " Repitition is the best of all instructors. " Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 F T A 3 EVELYN BIZUK " The leaves of life keep fal.ing one by one. " (Omar Khayyam ) Glee Club I, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 F H A I Safety Club 2 GENELL MARGARET WHITLEY " Sweet and nice in every way. " Glee Club I, 2, 3 Usher in Senior Play F H A I, 2 DONALD GRIFFIN " What could I be but what I am? " Beta Club 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Agriculture I Boosters Club 2 STEVE SAUNDERS " Red hair and a pleasant smile would help anyone through the world. " Bus Driver 3, 4 F F A 3, 4 Boosters Club 2 Agriculture 3, 4 FAYE RUSSELL " A loving heart and a cheery smile are the char- acteristics of a life worth- while. " Glee Club 3 Marshal 3 Dramatics 4 Class officer 4 JOYCE ELAINE LOWDER What ' s to be will be so why worry? " Basketball 3 Glee Club 2, 4 F T A 4 F H A Officer 4 F H A I, 2, 3 JAMES PICKLER " Full of mischief, full of fun, James is known by everyone. " Baseball I, 2 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 Bus Driver 3, 4 Boosters Club 2, 3 KATHERINE GRIFFIN " Why should life all labor be? " Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Beta Club 3, Off. 4 Superlative 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Marshal 3 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 RONALD FURR " He was going to be all that a mortal should be tomorrow. " Beta Club 3, Off. 4 Class Officer 2, 3 Owl Staff 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Superlative 4 r r: p DONALD BRITT " Do it tomorrow, you’ve made enough mistakes to- day! " Beta Club 3, Off. 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Marshal 3 Dramatics 3 Class Officer 3 Owl Staff 3, 4 CAROLYN RUSSELL " She too serves a certain purpose who only stands and cheers. " Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 2, 3 Beta Club 3, Off. 4 Miss Merry Christmas Dramatics 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 FRANCES PLYLER b " Be serious, honest, and true in all that you do. " Glee Club 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Class off. 1 , 2, 3,4 Basketball I, 2 Dramatics 3, 4 F H A I JIMMIE SMITH F F A 2, 3, 4 Bus Driver 3, 4 Dramatics 4 Usher 3 Safety Club I JACKIE RUSSELL " in bonds of love united, may a happy life she lead. " Beta Club 3, 4 Class Officer 3, 4 Dramatics 3 Annual Staff 3, 4 Owl Staff 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 SENIOR PLAY SNAPS MOST POPULAR Katherine Griffin Gene Clayton Senior Superlatives BEST LOOKING Linda Burris John Wayne Lentz CUTEST Linda Burris Steve Saunders MOST ATHELETIC Katherine Griffin Gene Clayton MOST TALENTED Mary Alice Ledbetter Jimmy Clark Senior Superlatives MOST COURTEOUS Ginger Clark John Wayne Lentz MOST DEPENDABLE Annette Turner Ronald Furr MOST INTELLECTUAL Barbara Allred Donald Britt WITTIEST Katherine Griffin Donald Smith Senior Superlatives BEST PERSONALITY Katherine Griffin John Wayne Lentz MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Jackie Russell Donald Britt i E V LON ' DOy HIGH SCHOOL i BEST ALL-AROUND Jackie Russell Gene Clayton CLASS HISTORY In the year nineteen hundred and forty-six a group of sixty-five excited children entered New London School for the first time. Due to the large en- rollment our first grade was divided in- to two classes and remained divided through most of our grammar grade years. In these first eight years our class lost twenty-one students but we were fortunate in gaining fifteen new stu- dents. In the year of nineteen hundred and fifty-four our class finally entered the ninth grade as green freshmen with an enrollment of fifty eight students. Again due to the large number of eager students it was necessary that we be divided into three classes. Our class ad- visors for the year were Mr. L. A. Price, Mr. Max P. Webb, and Miss Myrtle Bes- cher. During this year we lost thirteen students and were unfortunate in not gaining any new ones. In the year nineteen hundred and fifty-five we entered the tenth grade with thirty-seven members. Consisting of two classes we lost three members, Shirley Jones, Julia Broadway, and Mil- lie Sides but were fortunate in gaining a former member, Joyce Lowder. Our class advisors were Mr. Joe D. Kelly and Mr. L. A. Price. The main attraction of this year was a party at Happys’ Lake. As juniors of New London High our successful events were the Junior-Senior Banquet, the Junior play “Finders Creepers”, and keeping the concession stand at basketball games. For high achievement, outstanding qualities of leadership and nobel char- acter eight of our Junior class were in- ducted into the National Beta Club: Carolyn Russell, Katherine Griffin, Faye Hinson, Jackie McSwain, Donald Britt, Donald Griffin, Ronald Furr and Jerry Harward. We lost Charles Doby, Jimmy Poplin, and Dewey Russell. We only gained one new student, Steve Saunders. The class advisor was Mrs. Dorothy Valsame. In nineteen hundred and fifty-seven we became seniors with an enrollment of thirty-eight members. During the year we gained three more students, Ginger Clark, Barbara Allred, and Tommy Lambert making an enrollment of forty-one seniors. Our advisor is Mrs. Martha Rogers. The project of the senior class is the publication of the yearbook, “The Lon- doneer”, with Donald Britt as editor. The main attraction was the senior play, “Call Me Penny”. Donald Griffin Historian Class Prophecy As I gaze into the TIME MACHINE made by the Physics Class of 57-58 I see the future. Mary Alice Ledbetter and Evelyn Bizuk own the Steak Houses of North Carolina. Donald Britt is one of the scientists working on America’s first Satellite. Ginger Clark is chief Hair Stylist for MGM. whos biggest star is John Wayne Lentz. Tamara Howard is the Principal of a school for girls. Carol Holmes owns American Tobac- co Co. Jimmy Clark is his most import- ant employee, he counts filter traps. Jerry Harward and Carolyn Russell are the comedy team of the year. Roger Scott is a successful stock broker. His secretary is Annette Turner. Frances Plyler is the new Mrs. Amer- ica. Laura Potts and Faye Hinson own New London Florist. The recording artist of the year is Gene “Sideburns” Clayton. Richard Turner is this years winner of the Safe Driver’s award. Darrell Chandler and Jimmie Smith are Americas most famous truck driv- ers. Linda Burris, married to a Recapping Executive, owns a chain of 10c stores with Shirley Hardister as Manager and Carolyn Lowder as the Secretary. Ned Bullock owns a chain of Super- markets. Tim Huneycutt is the weight lifting- champion touring the world with a na- tionally famous Circus. Genelle Whitley is the Fat Lady. James Pickier is the Principal of NL- HS. His faculty consists of: Chemistry teacher-Steve Saunders, English teach- er-Donald Griffin, French teacher-Joyce Lowder, Typing teacher-Jack Hopkins. Keith Burris owns Harley-Davison Company. Jackie Russell and family live in For- est Hills. Her neighbor is Sue Hatley who is married to the President of the First National Bank. Hazel Burgess owns the New London Theater where Bonnie Morton sells tickets. Ronald Furr owns the New London Loan Co. where Barbara Allred is the head of the office staff. Faye Russell now owns Confidential Magazine. ' Donald Smith broke all previous re- cords in his Chevy to become the No. 1 Driver in America. His mechanic is Tommy Lambert. Katherine Griffin is the new editor of the Neio York Times. Katherine Griffin Prophet Last Will And Testament I, John Wayne Lentz, leave this place to the birds. I, Faye Russell, leave my position as store manager to anyone who is willing to do it. I, Carolyn Lowder, leave my giggles to Doris and Minnie Pearl. I, Shirley Hardister, leave my place in the senior class to my sisters, Sue and Linda. I, Mary Alice Ledbetter, do bequeath my talented hand to Carol Huneycutt. I, Faye Hinson, leave my position on the Owl Staff to David Allred. I, Jimmie Smith, leave. I, Tim Huneycutt, leave my ability to pitch shutouts to Lanny Cranford with h is backing he will need it. I, Tommy Lambert, leave my ability to love girls to anyone who thinks he can handle the job. I, Jerry Harward, leave my ability to pass Physics and never open a book to Doug Miller. I, Carol Holmes, leave my corner in the boiler to anyone who will attend to it as well as I. I, Bonnie Morton, leave my ability to get married to any girl who’s willing to give a chance. I, Gene Clayton, leave my ability to go steady with one girl and flirt with all the rest to anyone who can do it and get by with it. I, Jimmie Clark, leave my knowledge of Physics to Mickey Clayton. I, Jack Hopkins, leave school. I, Donald Griffin, leave my place in the Beta Club to anyone who thinks he is smart enough to get in. I, James Pickier, leave my bus to any- one who wants to drive it on cold morn- ings. I, Tamara Howard, hereby leave my plain hair style to Barbara Pennington. I, Ned Bullock, leave my ability to quit basketball every year, when half the season is over, to Oliver Doby. I, Keith Burris, leave my ability to ride a motorcycle to another crazy mix- ed-up kid. I, Annette Turner, leave my seat in Physics class to all the poor Juniors who didn’t take General Science. I, Richard Turner, leave my catchers position to anyone who can wear those rags. I, Hazel Burgess, do will my quiet ways to Judy Cagle. I, Sue Hatley, do will my ability to study to my sister Linda. I, Barbara Allred, leave my weakness for being talked into any job, at any time, to Charles Griffin. I, Frances Plyler, leave my position as reporter to Doris Russell ; Doris col- lect the news. I, Katherine Griffin, leave my ability to date boys going steady and stay alive, to Jan Purser. I, Ginger Clark, leave my ability to play forward and guard to Sue Isen- hour ; good luck girl ! I, Evelyn Bizuk, leave my seat in Mrs. Rogers English class to Doris Russell in hopes she can use it to better advantage than I did. I, Genell Whitley, leave my talking ability to anyone who can talk during Mr. Fesperman’s class. I, Darriell Chandler, leave my posi- tion as baske ' all manager to anyone who wants a free pass to all the games. I, Linda Burris, leave my ability to tell the truth to Peggy Ann Holt. I, Donald Britt, leave my position as editor of the annual to David Allred in hopes that he will do a better job than I. Darriell Chandler Lawyer JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: David Allred, Vice-President; Jo Starr, Secretary; Katherine Starnes, Treasurer; Diane Almond, Oliver Doby, Reporters. Keith Baucom, President (not shown). KEITH BAUCOM DAVID ALLRED DORIS RUSSELL WAYNE PICKLER SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Thompson, President; Ray Spivey, Vice Presi- dent; Sandra Terry, Secretary; Wayne Smith, Treasurer; Bonnie Bunch, Reporter. JOE THOMPSON RAY SPIVEY SANDRA TERRY WAYNE SMITH BONNIE BUNCH ROBERT BASINGER DIANNE BURRIS TED BURRIS DORIS CHANDLER BOBBY HAVENS FRONAIL MORTON EVEY MEDLIN JUDY KENDALL DOUGLAS MILLER GAIL MAHATHEY LARRY SIDES BARBARA PENNINGTON JIMMY SMITH BUCK SMITH JUDY PENNINGTON MICHAEL SWARINGEN SHELIA POPLIN H. R. BURRIS MINNIE PEARL SIDES STEVE HATHCOCK BETTY COLEY LARRY POPLIN JANE CRANFORD CLAUDE SMITH SHELBY SMITH MELVIN WHITLEY BETSY HARRIS CAROLYN HATLEY KAY MORTON BETTY SUE PICKLER JAN PURSER NANCY SMITH NINA SMITH JEANETTE WAGONER BENNIE GLOSSOM FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Tommy Morris, President; Jane Turner, Vice Presi- dent; Carole Huneycutt, Secretary; Barbara Everhart, Treasurer; Bar- bara Maners, Barbara Smith, Reporters. TOMMY MORRIS m JANE TURNER CAROLE HUNEYCUTT BARBARA BARBARA EVERHART MANERS LUCY SIDES LARRY SCOTT MICHAEL HAT HCOCK CLARA WHITLEY BETTY JANE MILDRED SUE HUDSON BURRIS BAUCOM HARDISTER ROGER FAULKNER NANCY BURRIS LUCY HOPKINS ERNEST CORRIHER BARRY ELLIOT LINDA HATHCOCK LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Bingham, Charles Whitley, Linda Kay Aldridge, Boyd Simmons, Jane Whitley, Melvin Huneycutt, Hazel Trout- man, Garry Herlocker, Sue Thompson, Olin Gilbert, Brenda Stallins, Darrell Galloway, Linda Swaringer, Bill Crawley, Frances Sides, Dwight Chandler, Judy Ritchie, Terrol Kendal, Camilla Pickier, Bobby Lambert, Nancy Pence, Phillip Mauldin, Peggy Maner, Tommy Ross, Hazeline Maner, Gene Ritchie, Betty Huneycutt, Joel Parker, Marie Hinson, Roger Medlin, Kay Hathcock, Gary Medlin, Mazine Furr, Joyce Eury. ) w S N •V } EIGHTH GRADE MISS PETTIT LEFT TO RIGHT: Connie Walker, Martin Havens, Dorothy Smith, Richard Lowder, Marie Poplin, Don Floyd, Carolyn Morton, Jesse Burgess, Judy McSwain, Warren Smith, Linda Forrest, Eugene Crisco, Louise Hudson, Gene McIntyre, Juanita Fraley, Sonny Mabe, Esther Honeycutt, Danny Fesperman, Linda Lomax, Junior Smith, Kay Davis, Steve Talbert, Judy Hatley, Barry Talbert, Sue little, Harry Morgan, Veronica Bizuk, Mary Almond, Mary Ellen Morgan, Patricia Stein, Doris Glover, Johnsie Drye, Dorothy Basinger. LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Hathcock, Alan Roberts, Brenda Almond, Bobby Blalock, Nancy Poole, Steve Griffin, Donna Plowman, Gary Lowder, Margaret Isenhour, Barry Bowers, Carrol Spivey, Robert Burleson, Patty Doby, Henry Caudle, Joan Bizuk, Johnny Hall, Sylvia Griffin, Jimmy Allred, Willie Mae Loflin, Bob Calloway, Sue Nell Clayton, Ravon Baker, Marilyn Sharpe, Clyde Hudson, Butch Burris, Laverne Fraley, Fred Morton, Shelton Whitley, J. W. Lowder, Billy Coggins, Tony Frick, Allen Herlocker, Billy Finucan, Grady Burris. SEVENTH GRADE MISS ALMOND LEFT TO RIGHT: Ricky Burris, Carol Widenhouse, ourrell Maner, Darrell Cody, Barbara Burleson, La- vann Fraley, Mickey Thompson, Sherry Goins, Roger Russell, Roger Britt, Lena Mae Blalock, C. W. Al- mond, Johnny Thomas, Sheila Milton, Dewell Cook, Webb Langford, Arlene Whitley, Pete Terry, Jerry Hathcock, Sandra Brown, Lynn Huneycutt, Gerald Ritchie, Linda Burris, Ricky Rogers, Ken Aughtry, Donna Smith, Joe Stein, Ronald Hathcock, Jane Sau iders, Tina Swaringer. LEFT TO RIGHT: Patsy Davis, Gary Forrest, Jeanette Huneycutt, Tommy Hopkins, Sue Miller, Rickey Furr, Jewell Whitley, Danny Talbert, Jackie Mericle, Wayne Huneycutt, Linda Huneycutt, Jerry Furr, Sue Corriher, Sonny Sides, Linda Hardister, Harold Walker, Linda Sharp, Jimmy Kerr, Judy Russell, Ronald Kirley, Judy Britt, Jimmy Carter, Judy Yow, Jerry Hatley, Wanda Baker, Butch Smith, Patricia Pickier, Johnny Baucom, Beverly Rogers, Ronnie Morris, Sylvia Steins, Susie Hatley. LEFT TO RIGHT: Brenda Sue Smith, Laurence Blalock, Linda Tucker, Tony Tucker, Patsy Hathcock, Terry Ritchie, Rebecca Chandler, David Lowder, Dona Sue Blalock, Howell Ray Smith, Brenda Tucker, V. L. Smith, Nancy Fatkin, Louie Poplin, Jane McSwain, Tommy Herlocker, Diane Everhart, Jimmy Waldrop, Jane Forte, William Potts, Nodghia Clark, Horace Clayton, Janice Cagle, Jerry Fraley, Bonnie Smith, Eddie Harris, Linda Kay Smith, James Pence, Jeanette Broadway, Roger Furr, Brend a Kay Burleson, Bobby Smith, George Isenhour III. FIFTH GRADE MRS. TURNER LEFT TO RIGHT: Diane Caudle, Fred Devitt, Carol Hill, Jimmie McNeely, Phyllis Stamper, William Poplin, Caroline Martin, Ronnie Roberts, Brenda Tucker, Darrell Poplin, Glenda Smith, Eddie Burleson, Diane Forrest, David Burris, Cynthia Isenhour, Gene Clayton, Taske Almond, James Hatley, Patty Burris, Leonard Tucker, Vickie Pennington, Bobby Morgan, Paula Kendall, Jimmy Owen, Inez Furr, Larry Milton, Janet Biles, Sherrill Smith, Doris Pence, Linda Smith, Joyce Russell, Barbara Penninger, Linda Griffin, Donna Tucker, (absent) Ann Taylor. LEFT TO RIGHT: Claude Rogers, Carolyn Hinson, Miley Lee Elliott, Annette Bailey, Janies Smith, Rovetta Burris, Darrell Harward, Joann Whitley, Kenneth Kendall, Linda Herlocker, Wayne Chandler, Dianne Palmer, Ted Arey, Becky Morris, Doug Clayton, Shirlon Smith, Scottie Huneycutt, Paulette Burleson, Nolan Wilder, Glenda Russell, Skahn Crawley, Patsy Walker, Jimmie Hill, Patricia Deese, Junior Blalock, William Russell, Ned Maner, Jimmy Hathcock, Earl Baucom, Billy Clayton, Michael Bowers, Ronald Plyler, Reid Langford. FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADES MRS. MANESS LEFT TO RIGHT: Linwood Harwood, Nelda Burris, Tommy Furr, Jane Coggins, Leroy Blalock, Diane Bailey, Gary Lowder, Nancy Broadway, Adam Blalock, Elaine Hall, Jimmy Taylor, Peggy Sides, David Fesperman, Vernona Holt, Darrel Cooke, Ava Bunch, Tommy Naob, Jeanet+e Baily, Reggie Jordan, De- loris Bost, Larry Taylor, Barry Hill, Frank Mabre. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Boger, Ann Pickier, Mickey Eudy, Susie Morgan, Mickey Drye, Doris Capra, Roger Wyatt, Linda Smith, Hank Culp, Diane Miller, Donald Gilbert, Penny Mericle Benny Palmer, Vivian Mau ' din, Tony Morton, Paula Morton, Douglas Medlin, Beatrice Bowers, Eddie Smith, Sue Trott, Rodney Cody, Patsy Furr, Randy Sides, Jahala Smith, Tony Smith, Gilda Stamper, Harold Mauldin, Joyce Kennedy, Oatis Huneycutt, Patricia Stiller, Gerald Lomax, Frances Hatley, Charles Langford. LEFT TO RIGHT: Johnny Miller, Patsy Ritchie, Gene Morton, Cheryl Stallings, Tony Morgan, Mary Edna Shankle, Mickey Roland, Gail Roberts, Roger Smith, Sheila Terry, Lendell Hearne, Brenda Ingold, Rickey Bowers, Virginia Hathcock, Paul Crump, Diane Dixon, Ronnie Morris, Diane Shaver, Ronald Carter, Barbara Morris, Charles Coggins, Sue Faulkner, John Hathcock, Robbie McSwain, Phillip Forest, Sybil Crisco, Milton Burris, Janice Arey, Jett Dorsey, Barbara Kirby, Clara Culp, Linda Austin. THIRD GRADE MRS. CROOK LEFT TO RIGHT: Jackie Napier, Essie Mae Potts, David Smith, Cathy Norris, Bobby Smith, Barbara Wingler, Joe Hearne, Anita Miller, Jerry Rowland, Belinda Morton, John Frank Williams, Rebecca Howard, David W. Taylor, Evonda Hinson, Jimmy Hinson, Donna Milton, Jerry Frick, Betty Lynn Swaringen, Jerry Cagle, Paulette Smith, Jerry Harrison, Sharon Sides, Roger Smith, Sandra Whitley, Garrett Almond, Donna Forte, Dennis Helms, Vivian Dry, Dale Burris, Jimmy Goins, W. C. Pence. THIRD GRADE MRS. WINFREE LEFT TO RIGHT: Patricia Huneycutt, Eddie Griffin, Diane Rinehardt, Robert Forte, Jr., Patsy Mullis, Ray Smith, Nancy Herlocker, Stave Clark, Doris Lowder, Charles Hatley, Sandra Kirk, Dale Sides, Sue Ramsey, Gary Lynn Whitley, Nancy Turner, Julius Bost, Kathy Thomp- son, Sherrill Jordan, Patsy Dixon, Wayland Smith, Linda Almond, Freddie Palmer, Carolyn Troutman, Mike Furr, Loraine Huneycutt, Ernest Pence, Wayne Whitley, David Cagle, Terry Huneycutt, Richard Crowell, J. B. Mauldin, Joe Clayton. LEFT TO RIGHT: Roger Hatley, Gayle Elaine Medlin, Franklin Stamper, Jane Hathcock, Larry Whitley, Linda Jenkins, Jackie Griffin, Ann- ette Isenhour, Johnny Penninger, Doris Herlocker, David Miller, Susan Daniels, Bennie Drye, Wanda Sue Burris, Rayvon Miller, Myra Whitley, Richard Hathcock, Barbara Hinson, Gregory Furr, Barbara Maner, Tommy Lowder, Patricia Stoker, Glenn Dann Morton, Wanda Gayle Medlin, Lane Talbert, Tamara Kennedy, Darrell Furr, Gayle Mercile, Mickie Hueycutte, Delores Able, Jimmy Crump, David Sharpe. t rWofei; " tl 1 . i SECOND GRADE MRS. RUSSELL LlFT TO RIGHT: Gloria Johnson, Ewell Almond, Diane Burris, Gene Tucker, Drenda Chandler, Stevie Whitley, Susan Chandler, Kenneth, Linda Steins, Larry Crump, Elaine Baucom, Billy Joe Taylor, Jewell Almond, Richard Carter, Sherry Burris, Stevie Robinson, Jane Corriher, T erry Britt, Deborah Bailey, George Culp, Goyuell Carter, Kelly Burleson, Becky Cagle, Terry Sides, Shirley Culp, John Pence, Donnie Shaver, Frank Capper, Eddie Eudy, Ronnie Cagle, Michael Crisco, Vaughn Smith. FIRST AND THIRD GRADES MRS. TAYLOR LEFT TO RIGHT: Jimmy Shankle, Wanda Morton, Ted Medlin, Belinda Lee, Johnny Hatley, Deborah Hathcock, Donald Hardister, Anne Miller, Jessie Howard, Lana Hinson, Danny Mac Harris, Deidrea Kim- rey, Harvey Lee Hathcock, Cathy Huneycutt, Joe Smith, Ronald Hathcock, Mitchell Cook, Ronald Eudy, Tommy Walker. FIRST GRADE MRS. GOODMAN LEFT TO RIGHT: Grover Britt, Jr., Ann Burris, Gary Fincher, Cheryl Austin, Jerry Almond, Helen Bow- ers, Tommy Tucker, Naomi Furr, Jerry Boger, Linda Harrison, Butch Chandler, Vicky Fesperman, Matt Cagle, Nora Vanhoy, Jerry Crisco, Patricia Bizuk, Lamar Blalock, Bobby Dixon, Gene Carter, Carol At- well, Mitchell Burleson, Phyllis Griffin , Sidney Carter, Ted Beachum, Tommy Bowman, Mikey Burgess, James Blalock, Gary Allmond, Bain Daniels, (absent) Leslie Cagle, Teresa Cagle. Aim ,, cm FIRST GRADE MRS. FESPERMAN LEFT TO RIGHT: Rebecca McSwain, Michael Poplin, Judith Kendall, William Honeycutt, Mary Ann Miller, Ted Nash, Kay McSwain, Joe Smith, Saundra Pence, Jimmy Vanhoy, Dora Ann Saunders, Galen Owen, Wanda Talbert, Steven Stamper, April Stiller, Stanley Napier, Jan Morris, Reggie Rinehardt, Virginia Smith, Kenneth Mabe, Judy Huneycutt, Douglas McIntyre, Evelyn Poole, Jimmie Furr, Janice Wingler, Ned Stallings, Linda Thomas, Allen McNeely, Paulette Poplin, Dean Springer, Ronnie Whitley. BETA CLUB FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hall, Advisor; Donald Britt, President; Katherine Griffin, Vice-Presi- dent; Carolyn Russell, Secretary; Ronald Furr, Treasurer; Jackie Russell. SECOND ROW: Bernard Little, Sammy Penninger, Donald Griffin, Charles Griffin, Lanny Cran- ford, Powell Bush, David Allred, Barbara Allred, Jerry Harward, Jo Starr, Kathryne Starnes, Dianne Almond, Faye Hinson, Sharon Maner, Ginger Clark. OWL STAFF FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hall, Advisor; Donald Britt, Editor; Charles Griffin, Asst. Editor; Kathryne Starnes, Powell Bush, Carolyn Russell, Jackie Russell. SECOND ROW: Bern- ard Little, Katherine Griffin, Barbara Allred, Jerry Harward, Ronald Furr, Jo Starr, Faye Hinson, Ginger Clark. F. T. A. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Rogers, Advisor; Charles Griffin, John Wayne Lentz, Jo Sfarr, Kathryne Starnes, Dianne Almond. SECOND ROW: Bernard Little, Lonnie Chandler, Powell Bush, Pat Harward, Peggy Ann Holt, Bobbie Lowder, Sharon Maner, Shirley Hardister, Carolyn Lowder, Carolyn Russell, Brenda Turner, Daphine Pickier, Evelyn Bizuk, Annette Turner, Jackie Russell, Joyce Lowder. FRENCH CLUB FIRST ROW: Mrs. Rogers, Buddy Russell, David Allred, Katherine Griffin, Ginger Clark, Carolyn Russell. SECOND ROW: Larry Sides, Powell Bush, Sammy Penniger, Bernard Little, Faye Ftinson, Daphine Pickier, Bobbie Hatley, Betsy Harris, Gail Ma- hathy, Judy Dendall, Joyce Lowder, Shelia Poplin, Sharon Maner, Bonnie Bunch, Bobbie Lowder, Doris Russell. F. F. A. GLEE CLUB 4-H CLUB BUS DRIVERS James Pickier, Jimmie Smith, Ronald Furr, Darriell Chandler, Donald Smith, Richard Turner, Joe Frank Pence, Steve Saunders. CAFETERIA STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Loflin, Miss Smith, Mrs. Palmer, Manager; Mrs. Clayton, Mrs. Pickier, Mrs. McIntyre, Mrs. Miller. MONOGRAM CLUB FIRST ROW: Jan Purser, Carolyn Russell, Chief; Dianne Almond, Jane Burris. SEC- OND ROW: Bobbie Lowder, Jo Starr, Ginger Clarice, Katherine Griffin, Doris Russell, Sue Isenhour, Frances Plyler. THIRD ROW: Joe Kelly, Coach; Richard Turner, Roger Scott, Gene Clayton, Tim Huneycutt, John Wayne Lentz. FOURTH ROW: Keith Bur- ris, Jerry Harward, Lonnie Chandler. SPORTS 0 Vfls 23 , lohwh U E V I 11 ) LONDON LONDON LONDON .LONDON LONDON LONDON ' BOY ' S BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Lonnie Chandler, Keith Burris, Roger Scott, Gene Clayton, Tim Huney- cutt, Jerry Harward, Charles Griffin. SECOND ROW: Darriell Chandler, Manager; Ned Bullock, Sammy Penniger, Oliver Doby, Tommy Morris, Larry Smith, Douglas Miller, Johnny Ross, Robert Griffin, Lewis Sides, Joe Kelly, Coach. GIRL ' S BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Gail Mahathey, Sue Isenh our, Jo Starr, Bobbie Lowder, Katherine Grif- fin, Ginger Clark, Pat Harward. SECOND ROW: Joe Kelly, Coach; Dianne Burris, Kathryne Starnes, Bobbie Hatley, Wanda Hearne, Bennie Glossom, Nancy Burris, Sharon Lisk, Bobbie Maners, Barbara Smith, Carol Huneycutt, Sue Hardister, Vicki Forte, Shelby Smith, Jane Turner, Sheila Poplin, Barbara Evehart, Mildred Baucom, Lucy Hopkins. BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: John Wayne Lentz, Richard Turner, Gary Starling, Sammy Penniger, Powell Bush, Oliver Doby, Larry Poplin. SECOND ROW: Joe Kelly, Coach; Tim Huney- cutt, Dewayne Cody, Wayne Pickier, Roger Taylor, Gary Blalock, Melvin Whitley, Roger Scott. THIRD ROW: Robert Griffin, Gene Clayton, Tommy Morris, Lanny Cranford, Lonnie Chandler, Jerry Harward, H. R. 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