Nicholas County High School - Nichlosean Yearbook (Summersville, WV)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 140 of the 1958 volume:
The Greatest Show on Earth
In 5 Brg Acts
1957 - 1958
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Published by the Senior Class to give to you an insight into
the life of our school. Co-Editors-Alice Morriston, Nancy Mc-
Dowell, Assistants-Janet Westfall, Penny Nichols, Mike McClung.
Business Manager-Edward Grose and the rest of the staff.
Brought To you By -
The Annual Staff
Ringmaster and Animal Trainers
f Administration and Facultyj
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C. P. Wells
HOV' Deaf- Mrs. Gladys Vaughi
Ass'f, PFFVICFPSI Guidance Counselor
MRS. LORETA BELL-
Numbers and figures are her
best friends, in her math classes,
that is-teaches in the red brick
building-claims Glenville State
as alma mater-math toilers will
remember these words, "Humm
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MRS. NANCY BROWN-
Attended Agnes Scott College
in Ga., Beckley College, W.V.U.,
has B.S.P.E. degree-gets pleas-
ure from family activities. golf-
ing. horseback riding-is biol-
ogy, phys. ed. teacher-spom
sors Science Club and sopho-
more class-ertioys her classes.
As well as being a teacher and
coach, here is a family man-
although he doesn't like bis-
cuits. he possesses an unusual
knack for showing the team
how to develop skills in sports
-is a senior sponsor-W. Va.
MRS. LUCY CARROLL-
A sponsor of iunior class-
teaches freshmen English-loves
to collect driitwood for floral
arrangements-has A.B. from
Glenville State-is very good at
presenting readings - dislikes
sloppy habits of lazy people.
Teachers Have Interesting Activities,
Always iovial and friendly, he
makes "living happily" a goal
for each day-received A.B. de-
gree from Glenville State-is
Hl-Y advisor and sophomore
sponsor-teaches algebra l, and
seventh grade phys. ed.
Tinkering with tools and "do it
yourseIf" proiects is a special
hobby of his-also is an ama-
teur inventor of things for prac-
tical uses-has 5.5. degree from
W.V.U.-teaches vocational ag-
riculture-is F.F.A, and sopho-
MISS HAZEL DORSEY-
A true homemaker in all re-
spects-cocking and baking
cookies are her hobbies-loves
traveling-teaches home ec. I.
ll, lll, IV--enioys reading-is an
FHA and senior sponsor-has
A.B. degree from Marshall Col-
Carrying his little red thermos
of coffee and with yard stick
in hand, he teaches freshmen
the basics of civirs, including
some witticisms of his own-
freshmen sponsor-has A.B. de-
gree from W. Va. Tech and M.A.
degree from Marshall.
MRS. KATHRYN DRENNEN-
Possesses an ear for music, eye
for new:-is advisor for Gold
and Blue Record, annual staff-
teaches iournalism I, II, Am.
govt., w. geog.-is senior spon-
sor-has B.S. degree from Ot-
tawa U.-enioys playing piano,
MRS. VlRGlNlA HlCKMAN-
Teaches sociology, problems of
democracy, and phys. ed-en-
ioys traveling and working on
her hobby which is ceramics-
Ioves to paint and read-has
B.A. degree from Fairmont State
-sponsor of freshmen class.
MRS. ESTHER GOLDEN-
Many interests fill her hours-
she is noted for church service
-teaches English lll. Bible-re-
ceived A.B. degree, Fairmont
State, M. A. degree, New York
University, honorary Doctor of
or Society spons r - likes
MRS. FAE GROVES-
Opens her home to visiting
foreign students-hobbies in-
clude stamp collecting, sewing,
with foreign dishes-has B.S.
degree from W. Va. Wesleyan-
teaches shorthand I, Il, office
practice, bookkeeping l, ll.
MRS. MAVOUREEN GRIMES-
Hax A.B. degree from Ohio
Wesleyan--studied at University
of Kentucky, and University of
Miami-has worked as a home
demonstration agent-has clas-
ses in freshmen English, civics-
works on needlepoint.
MRS, MARGUERITE HAlSTEAD-
Girls' sports is her department-
is physical education instrucior
-cheerleading sponsor-has 8.5.
degree from Concord College-
directt activities of G.A.A, and
some noon hours-has fresh-'
"A good sport" well describes
the coach in his history classes
as well as on the ballfield-is a
freshmen sponsor, N-Club ad-
visor-golfing, hunting are hob-
bies-has A.B. and M.S. degrees
from Fairmont State and W,V.U.
MRS. MATTIE LETT-
Always ready to help--has sev-
enth grade homeroom-is a
Thespian sponsor-teaches Eng-
lish and phyx. ed in red brick
building-has interest in drama-
tics-loves to dance-helps ma-
ioreties with special routines.
MISS FRANKE MILLER-
Books, books everywhere and
hardly time to keep up with
her hobby, reading-has studied
at various colleges including
Marshall, W, Va, Tech, Scarritt
Bible and Training School-is
the librarian-keeps study halls.
ARS. RUTH PERRINE-
Domes to us from Oklahoma
after teaching in Webster Coun-
y-hobhies include drawing,
iainting, crocheting and lor-
iign pen-pals-teaches iunlor
nglish, also speech-is Thes-
rinn sponsor-has A.B. from
V. Va. Wesleyan.
MRS. HELEN PITSENBERGER-
A whiz with a typewriter. en-
ioys working with dried flower
arrangements-is a senior spon-
sor-nated for her collection of
fancy earrings-teaches typing
l and ll-loves to swim-holds
B.S. degree from W. Va. Tech.
Master of the Gold and Blue
Band-enioys listening to "good
music"-chili rates as his fa'
vorite food-received B.S. in
music education from Concord
College and also attended Ohio
University-prize possession: his
new red and white station
Hobbies And Special Interests Vary
MRS. FRANCES POOLE-
Teaches students the right steps
of salesmanship-also teaches
commercial law, business prac-
tice-her favorite leisure activity
is settling down with a good
book-received A.B. degree
from Glenville-is freshman, Y-
Classes in chemistry, physics,
senior science, and driver ed.
are on his day's agenda-finds
relaxation in hunting and fish-
ing-holds M,A. and A.B. de-
grees from W.V.U.-studied at
Duke, Marshall, W. Va. Tech,
Tenn. Tech, and at University
of California last summer
Hunting, fishing. and camping
seem to rate as his favorite out-
door activities-Has A.B. degree
from Glenville State-received
MA. degree from W.V.U.-in-
strucvs junior high athletics-
teaches science-sophomore, N-
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MRS. VIRGINIA SlMMS-
Teaches freshmen girls the
"do's" and "don'is" of home-
making: also biology and sci-
an FHA and freshmen
sponsor-mother of two-stud-
W. Va. Tech, Morris-
Marshall, U. of Ten-
has A.B. degree.
MRS. IRENE SKAGG5-
Senior English and sociology
keep her day well occupied-
holds A.B. and M.A. degrees
from Glenville State and George
Peabody College, also studied
at W.V.U.-favorite pastime,
gardening and raising flowers
-is freshmen, 9-Club sponsor.
MRS. MYRTLE SMITS-
Graduated from Olivet College
in Illinois with B.S. degree-
has taught in grade school
seven years-teaches math-is a
freshmen sponsor-likes to do
handcrafts, paintings and ceram-
ics-is an active church worker.
MRS. ALICE STRICKLAND-
Enioys working with young
people-is a 4-H leader-teaches
classes in seventh grade geog-
raphy. eighth grade history,
civics-is an eighth grade, Thes-
pian sponsor-has A.B. degree
from Glenville, M.A. degree
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MISS MARY WILMOTH-
Attended Glenville State-has
taught in grade school-enioys
traveling, reading and listening
to people talk-is an eighth
grade and Future Teacher's Club
sponsor-likes to read deep.
MRS. ROTHA STRICKLAND-
Her day is never dull-teaches
solid geometry, algebra I, trig-
onometry, plane geometry, sen-
ior math-directs activities of
Future Teachers' Club-is a sen-
ior sponsor-studies logic-has
A.B.. M.S. degree from Uni-
versity of Oklahoma.
MRS. BARBARA SUMMERS-
Makes American history live in
her classes-enthusiastic senior
sponsor and Y-Teen advisor-
Ioves to be with her family,
especially on those outdoor
family excursions - graduated
from W. Va. Tech with 8.5.
MRS. MARTHA SMITH-
Honor Society sponsor-has
iunior homeroom-teaches Eng-
lish ll, IV-possesses a special
interest in American literature-
artended Glenville, Marshall,
and received A.B. degree from
W. Va. Wesleyan - loves to
MRS. BARBARA STRICKLAND-
Keeps everything running
smoothly-is secretary for her
"alma mater," NCHS-some of
her duties include cutting sten-
cils, making deposits, school
correspondence, and keeping
the bookstore-enioys crochet-
ing and embroidery.
These English Il students seem to wonder,
"Will we ever learn diagraming and sentence
structure?" First raw: Kenneth Evans, Paula
Taylor, and Barbara Barnette. Second row:
Belle Rader, Nancy Huffman, Freddie Huff-
man, Fred Hinkle, Charles Huffman, and David
Dooley. Third row: Mike Trimble, Jim Thomp-
son, Edgar Justice, Charlene Tyree, and Doris
Brown. Fourth row: Darrell Cartwright, Lloyd
skaggs. aurora Dodrill, and cmiyn wnae.
"The Rhirne of the Ancient Mariner" has a
different meaning to each student in English
IV. First row: Edward Grose, Roger Hanna,
John Hendrickson, Paul Huffman. Marcella
Sparks, Bobby Jack Legg and Mike McClung.
Second row: Kash McClure, Nancy McDowell.
James Morris, Alice Morrlstort, Eleanor Morton,
Judy Kay Murphy, Sandra Nichols, Jack Perk-
ins, and Forrest Ramsey. Third row: Carlos
Rapp, Patty Hackney, Nancy Strickland, Jean
Ann sweeney, Hedgie Tripplet, Agnes Tyree,
Martha Jean Tyree, Janet Westfall, and Jerry
Verbs, ouns-A Puzzle Any Year
English Ill students always enioy listening to their voices on the tape recorder Salted Eddie McMnllion Bernard Cavendish Don
Brewer, Elsie Deal, Esther McClung, Dianne Galeener Donna Hughes Danny Marks Dellrs Brown Gary Hamri: Tommy Grey Buster
Tinney, Charles Hanshaw, and Randy Corbett Standing Gary Wilson Don Ayers Roger Dorsey Paul Strickland Rodney Faeemnre
Jim Cavendish, Helen Woods, Carole Keenan and Phyllis Sparks
Typing I students compete in one minute timed writings to see who will win the
"Hot Rod" race. Competing in the race are, first row: Nancy Hayesy second raw: Penny
Nichols, Jo Ann Groves and Dolores Price, third row: Norma Brown, Thelma Martin and
Ruth Lewisg fourth row: Marilyn Grose, Mary Jane McHenry, Gene Vickers and Eugene
workmen, rtmt raw: wsae Rogers.
Becoming competent secretaries
and businessmen are the goals of
the students in the commercial
classes. At first, typing was peck,
erase and try again. Shorthand was
iust "curly cues" but after two years
we mastered the technique. After
graduation, we will take our first
step into the boss's office, bringing
with us the "know how" we ac-
quired in the office practice, short-
hand and typing classes, Thank
goodness, the teachers encouraged
us to learn "the right way."
We Acquired Valuable Business Training
Seeing business in action are these Business Practice students who visited the Nicholas County
Bank. Watching Mrs. Phyllis Taylor operate one of the machines are first row: Loraine Evans, Mary Sebert,
Kathryn Rogers, Fred Burdette, Donald Hanna, Darrell Brown, Bucky Bennett, and Milton Woods.
Second row: Cecil Thomas, Margaret Fowler, Wayne McCutcl1eon and Ronald Case.
Making a lovely creation is not
the only asset girls acquired in the
sewing class. Learning how to ar-
range furniture, the care of house-
hold materials and home nursing
are all aids which will be useful in
future life. Smiles spell triumph
when a classmate or a teacher com-
pliments a student on an article of
apparel she has made for her
Cooking, Sewing, A 'Must' F or Girls
Miss Hazel Dorsey finds herself in a lot of dough as she shows these Home Economics I girls the
correct way to roll out drop cookies, Watching the culinary exhibit are Rose Ann Wiblin Paula Ward
and Pai Trent.
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Ralph Morris, instructor, gives these girls
last minute instructions before they rake their
operatofs test. Ready to depart are Helen
Groves and Ruth Rader, as Judy Brown passes
on her way to class.
Working tirelessly, these Band I students
have their eyes set on the big marching band,
Busy practicing are, first row: Patty Facemire,
Patricia Cavendish, Larry Jones, Delbert Vick-
ers and Rornie Taylor. Second row: Janet
Young, Mona Maynard, Nancy Wiseman,
Rozella Abner, and Reva McMillion. Third raw:
Dewey Berry, Edna Donaldson, Nancy Baker
and Brenda Taylor.
Varied Curriculum Develops Many Slcills
Driver's education, band and vo-
cational agriculture are some of the
varied courses available to in-
terested students. Any iunior or
senior over I6 may enroll in one se-
mester of driver's education. "Don't
run when you see the car coming:
these students are the best trained
drivers on the hill." Band is avail-
able to students in grades seven
through twelve. "Join this group
early and be proud to march in the
big band later." Any boy who lives
on a farm may benefit from tour
years of training in the Vo-Ag de-
partment. A varied curriculum helps
develop a well-rounded student
Using the planer and seeing if the edge is level is one of the varied iobs in shop
Dickie Jackson and Charles Tucker look on as Bob Bell checks his work.
Adopting modern teaching methods, Mrs.
Barbara Summers shows her American His-
tory class a history slide. First row: Barbara
Nutter, Elizabeth McGill, Ricky Jones and Har-
riet Smith. Second raw: Gary Wilson, Bob
Johnson, John Hinkle, Jane Hinkle, Mrs. Sum-
mers, Berry snoagrass, .um Cavendish and
it looks as if Coach James Gladwell must
have told his World History class another
ioke. Forgetting their studies momentarily
are, first row: Barbara Losch, Gene Strickland,
Thurl Morris and Donald Bennett. Second row:
Mary Bell Brown, Fred Foster, J. W Mink and
J. D. Norman.
We Learn More Than Reading, Writing...
Finding the place they are studying helps these World Geography students remember
the location, "Discovering" a new country are Kay Cogar, Judy Greaser, Mike Trimble and
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Dates, dates, and more dates-
History is a story of the lives,
thoughts and action from the begin-
ning of man's existence. Eager soph-
omores venture forth into World
History and World Geography to
prepare themselves for American
History the next year. Modern tech-
niques, such as globes, maps,
movies and slides help to relive the
memorable events of history. Mem-
orize the dates and learn the past
events of the world to be more able
to understand the world of today.
Who knows-one of Us may be fea-
tured in a history book someday.
Putting what they learn to use, these students send up a hyclrogenvfilled balloon. Watching the
iakeotf are Nancy McDowell, Ricky Jones, Mike McClung, Polly Brown, Mr. Pitsenbergar, Lawrence Young,
Mike Lett. Clarence Wiblin, Joel Lee Groves, Gary Ramsey, Paul Woods, Dave Halbert, Janet Westfall, Jane
Hinkle, Joe Summers, Eugene Jackson, Van Summers, Jack Perkins, Diane Galeener, Esther McCIung, Gary
Stout and Dale Beam.
Experiments Confirm 'Book Learning'
Studying the instructions and measuring the chemicals carefully are necessary tor a successful
experiment. Busy at work are, standing: Clarence Wiblin, Margaret Alley, Janet Westfall and Jane
Hinkle. Seated: Lawrence Young, Gary Stout and Penny Nichols.
Boyle's law, atomic
weight and chemical sym-
bols delight these students
who combine atoms and
molecules for unexpected
results. Future nurses, doc-
tors and chemists enioy
discovering the various
functions of nature. And,
who knows, another Flor-
ence Nightingale or Robert
Boyle may come out of
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The American Education Week parade on No-
vember l3 climaxed the week-long celebration honor-
ing the schools, faculties and students in our nation.
Weeks of preparation and cooperation on the part
ot citizens all over the county helped to make this
parade a huge success, according to all reports by the
crowds who lined the streets.
Future businessmen and secretaries proudly represented the com-
mercial department. Shown using the office equipment are Jerry Rose,
Hilda Groves, Martha Tyree, Irene Young.
Students, Teachers oin Forces
Both brawn and brains had their place in the parade. The N-Club was represented by Henry Lilly, Ed McClure, Nicky Nichols,
Bobby Jack Legg and J. W. Mink dressed in various sports attire. The National Honor Society was represented by Alice Morriston,
Jack Perkins, Patty Hackney and Kash McClure wearing banners signifying Character, Leadership, Service and Scholarship.
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The mile-long parade was led by these girls carrying the theme
"An Educated People Moves Freedom Forward." Holding high the
banners are Barbara Starcher, Helen Woods, Evelyn Carle, Edna Elliot,
Shirley Mollohnn and Sue Ann Strader.
The spectalors seem to wonder, "Have the 'horse back riding'
days returned?" No, i1's two Thespians, Mac Cavendish and Mike
McClung, impersonating the stars of lheir favorite Western television
To Make First AEWParade A 'Hit'
Many hours of preparation went into the floats that shawed the public rhe many activities carried out "upon the hill." Ar left
Dellis Brown looks over the iunior class float, Right: Eddie Bell, Walter Rogers, Danny McClung and David Lunter of the chemistry
department display some of the equipment lhey use in class.
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Mike McClung points to one of the various
countries studied in American government. First
row: Barbara Starcher, Irene Fagan, Margaret
Alley, Alice Morriston, Bill McClung, and Anna
Smith. Second row: Bob Bell, Carlos Rapp, Utah
Walton, Ruth Rader, Mary Rose Thompson, and
Janet Helms. Third row: Don Hanna, Gary Stout,
Joe Summers, Eleanor Morton, Aaron Cadle, and
Learning government procedure so they will
become better citizens are these freshmen civic
students. First raw: Garland Black, Paul Cook,
and Emma Jean Chapman. Second raw: Brooks
Hall, Dianne Groves, Rebecca Groves, Dewey
Berry, Okey Miles, and Mike Gabberl. lhird row:
Nancy Wiseman, Linda Wilhrcw, Ronda White,
Paula Ward, Rebecca Walker, Helen Tyree, Paula
LGQQ4 lonnie Strickland, and Nancy Stowers.
Social Studies Broaden Student Outlook
The problems of democracy class learns of current news events by reading the American Observers. First row: Gaye Cutlip,
Darrell Copenhaver, and Gary Coffman. Second raw: David Perrine, Dorothy Mowery, Jo Ann Garrett, Eugene F.eIds, and Roger
Dorsey. Yhird row: Lena Sue Murphy, Frances Morrison, Wanda Morris, and Hilda Groves. Fourth row: Gale Mullens, Delma White,
and Dixie Trent.
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MARY ALICE ADKINS Summersvillo
MARGARET ALLEY Dill!
National Honor Society 3, 4, 9-Club 3. 4. Prep. Pres. 3.
Pres. 4, F.T.A. 4, F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, State F.F.A. Camp 3.
Historian dp Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant Ag
Prompter lor Junior Play 3, Annual Staff 4, Prom Com. 3.
Class Tournament Manager 4.
MARY ARMSTRONG Summersvilll
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Chorus 2.
HELEN BAILES Gilboa
F. H. A. I. Z, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Class Tournament 'l, 2.
CHARLES BARNETTE Bays
BILLY BARR Parsingor
MICHAEL BAYS Hoollerxvills
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Track 3,
N-Club 3, A, Class Tournament 3, 4.
ROBERT BELL Sllmmilsvlllb
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball ly Track l, 2, 3, Wrestling
4, Class Sgt.-of-Arms 4, F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Assistant Reporter
2, Assistant Advisor 4, State F. F. A. Camp 2, Annual
Staff 4: Prom Com. 3.
RALPH BROCK Gilbu
Did not graduate.
MARY LOU BROWN Pon
Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 4: F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3,
Ticket Com. for Junior Play 3, Prom Com. 3.
POLLY BROWN Mt. Nqhg
NORMA LEA BROWN Summusvillo
F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. lp v-teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2,
Library Assistant 4, Band I, 2.
Showers cause a break in practice for the Richwoocl and N.C.H.S.
band members as they rehearse for the combined halfvtime show in
Richwoocl. Apparently a liltle rain doesrft bother these Grizzly
bandsters: Closkwise: Cora Belle Malcolm, Carolyn Murphy, Mac
Cavendish, Janet Westfall, Patsy Dorsey, Nancy Strickland, and Jane
AARON CADLE Crligsvills
Thespians 2, 3, Science Club l, 2, Class Tournament 3, dp
Gold and Blue Record 3, 4, Annual Stall 4, Thespian Plays
2, Prom Com, 3.
WOODIE CAMPBELL Jodi:
Did not graduate
CHARLOTTE CAVENDISH Slllrlmcrxvllle
National Honor Society 4, Band l, 2, 3: Y-Teens 2, 3,
Science Club 2: G. A, A. 2, 31 Gold and Blue Record 2, 4,
Annual Staff A, Prom Com. 3, Christmas Party Com. 4:
Class Tournament 4.
CURTIS "MAC" CAVENDISH Lockwood
lhespians 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 4: Band 3. 4: Science Club 2, Ag
Gold and Blue Record 2, Baseball 3, Track 27 Junior Play
35 Annual Staff 45 'lhespian Play 3, 4, Prom Com. 35
Christmas Party Com. 4.
MARY ANN CHAPMAN Nattia
Ticket Com. for Junior Play 3, Prom Com. 3, Christmas
Party Corn. 45 Library Assistant 4,
MICHAEL CHAPMAN Nettie
Class Tournament 3, 4.
GARTHA BURKHOLDER Canvas
F. H. A. l, 2, 35 Y-Teens 31 Band ly Library Assistant 4.
OSCAR BUSH Isla
Football lp Science Club 4.
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GARY COFFMAN Birch River
Football 3, 4: Track 3.
DALE COPENHAVER Spark:
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Field Day l, 2. 3, Parlia-
mentary Procedure Team 3.
DARRELL COPENHAVER Splrlcs
F, F. A, l, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 2, 35 Basketball 47 Class
JOYCE CORBETT Nettie
GAVE CUTLIP Summersvills
Band l, 2, 35 Gold and Blue Record 25 G. A. A. l, 2,
F. H. A. l, 2, Chorus l, 2, Science Club 2: Y-Teens I, 2.
CHARLES DAMERON Canvas
"What's so funny? You look iusi as bad," Penny Nichols tells
Janet Weslfall, Charlotte Cavendish, Geraldine Perry, who is noi now
in school, and Nancy McDowell, as they laugh at her costume during 8 . i
G. A. A. initiation our sophomore year.
EVALENA DEITZ Mt. Lookout
BETTY DILLON Summersville
Pep Club lp Chorus l, 2, Thespians T, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens
l, 2. 3, 4, Thespian Plays l, 2, 37 Thespian Christmas Plays
I, 2g Junior Play 3, Prom Com. 37 Library Assistant 3, Ag
Graduation Usher 3.
DAl.E DODRIIA Bly!
F. F. A. I. 2, 3, 4, V,-Pres. 3, Sec'y 4, Sentinel I, 2,
State F. F. A. Convention 2, 3.
WENDELI. DODRILL Birch River
Class Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Social Committee 2, Cl, Ag Football
Manager I, 2, Basketball Manager 27 Baseball Manager 2.
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sand 1, 2, 3. 4, speech Assembly Program 2.
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numev nonsev Summeuvilll
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Cl, Track I, 2, 3, F. T, A.
3, 4: Gold and Blue Record 2, Annual Staff Ag Graduation
Uxher 3: Class Tournament 4. A
ELIZABETH DOIISEV Mt. Neko
F. H. A. I 2. ,
JO ANN DOKSEY
Gold and Blue Record 2.
rhespiam Ag rhespun my 4, G. A, A. 2.
Usher 3: Class Tournament 4.
Band I, 2, 3, 45 Thespians I: Llbrary Assist
Bancl I, 3, Thespians 3, Chorus 2, 3.
National Honor Society Ag F. T. A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
3: Gold and
Blue Record 2, 3, V-Teens Camp 47 Science Club 2, Annual
Staff 4, Library Assistant 4, Band I, 2, 3. 4, Graduation
IRENE FAGAN Vaughan
F. H. A. l, 2: Y-Teens l, 2.
EUGENE FIELDS Summusvills
Football ig Gold and Blue Record 3.
JO ANN GARRETT Summsrsvilln
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Band l, 2, Chorus 2.
CAROI GRAY Summirsvills
MILDRED "Mlll.lE" GROGG Strange Creek
National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas, 4, 9-Club 3, 4, V-Pres.
4, Guidance 3, 45 F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Y-Teens l, 2,
3, 4, sgvfut-Arms 2, v-Pres. A, v-reun camp 4, Churus 2,
Class Tournament 2, 3, Library Assistant 45 Magazine
Campaign Mgr. 4, Annual Staff 4, Graduation Usher 3.
CHARLES GROSE Summorsvillo
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National Honor society 4, routbutt 1, 4, Basketball I, 2,
3. 4, mga lg Thespians 2, a, 4, rhespaan Play 4, N-club
4, Gold and Blue tzeuufa 2, Annual Staff 4, Graduation
Usher 3, cum Basketball cum. 2, 4, mm cam. 5, sczence
Club I, 4.
JUDITH ".lUDY" GROSE Summorsville
National Honor Society 3, 4, F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A.
3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4.
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sand 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Did nut graduate
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F. H. A. l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Class Tournament 2, 3, 4, All-
Tournament Team 3, 4, Library Assistant 4, Prom Com, 3.
JU ANN GROVES Clnvlx
Band I. 1. 3. 4.
JOEI LEE GROVES Canvas
National Honor Society 3, 4, Groupleader 4, Junior Play
3, Thespian l, 2, 3, 4, Point Sec'y 2, 3, V-Pres. 4, Band
l, 2, 3, 45 American History Award 3: Hi-Y fl, 4, V-Pres.
3, 4: Guidance Council 3, 4, V-Pres. 4, Junior Court 3,
Band Sec'y 4, Prom Com, 3, Thespian Plays l, 2, 3,
Tbesplan Award 3, Science Club 4, Pres. 4.
Sl'lllllEY GROVES Plliingar
Featured during one of the religious assembly programs was a F H A I 2
sexier consisting of six girls from the local Baptist Church. Singers ' ' ' ' '
are Lynda McDowell, Rebecca Grose, Penny Nichols, Sandra Walker,
Nancy McDowell, and Betty Dillon,
Class of 1958 0
PATTY HACKNEY Lockwood
National Honor Society 3, 45 F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A,
3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, Annual Staff 4: Class
Tournament 2, 3, 4, Class Cheerleader lg Library Assistant
4, Prom Com. 3, Junior Play Ticket Com. 3,
CARl HAMRICK Morris
F. F. A. l, 3.
DONAlD HANNA Summarsvilla
Served in U. S, Army for two years.
ROGER HANNA Summerxvilla
Football lg Basketball l, 2, 3, Track l, 3, Annual Staff 47
Gold and Blue Record 2, Science Club 4.
ROBERT HARLOW Gad
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, V-Pres. 4, Assistant V-Pres. 3, Assistant
Sentinel 2, State F. F. A. Camp l.
NANCY HAYES Sllmmorsville N
F. H. A. l, 2, 3, G, A. A. l, 25 Class Tournament lg Science
Club 2. W
Has perfec! allendance record in high school
National Honor Society 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4,
.ur press time.
F. T. A. 3, 4,
Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Annual Siaff 45 Ticker Com. for Junior
PAUL HUFFMAN ML Nebo
President of Class lp Football lg Junior Play Stage Man-
EVEKYINE HUGHART Summlrsvills
BETTY HUGHES Sumlnsrsvllla
F. H. A. l, 25 Gradualiorl Usher 3.
These N-Club boys show how rough they are, by going our in' N
me snow in mezf Uma" armani. caughv an their .mats are standing: 19 Q
Joe Summers, Jimmie Rogers, Gene Rivchie and Robert Prater. Kneeling: 0
Bob Bell and Joe Kirlier.
JACKIE HUGHES Summers-ville
Gold and Blue Record 3,
JEAROUJ HUNT Sumrlltnvlllo
Band lp Gold and Blue Record 3, Prom Com. 3.
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F. F, A. l, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Sec'y 3, Sentine
Football l, Class
Did not graduate.
F. F. A. l, 2.
BOBBY JACK LEGG
Football l. 2, 3, 4, Co,Captain 4, Basketball T, 3, Track
l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Class Tournament 2, N-Club 3,
Science Club 4.
JOE MIKE IETT
National Honor Society 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4. V-Pres, 4, Sec'y-
Treas. 3, Student Director 3, Dance Band l, 2, 3, 4: Junior
Play 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, lhesplan Play 4, Christmas Play
2, 3, Science Club l, 2, 4.
RUTH LEWIS Canvas
V-Teens 3, 4: Library Assistant 3.
DORA llllY Nallut
G, A, A, l, 2. 3: F. H. A. l. 2. 3, Yvleens l, 2, 3, Class
Tournament l, 2, 5, 4, All-Tournament Team I, 4, Prompter
for Junior Play 3.
BRENT LUCAS Vaughan
Annual Staff 4, Science Club 1.
BETTY MCCIJ-ING Bruce
Homecoming Queen's Escort 4, Football I, 3, Basketball
l, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Track 2, Thespians 2, Clan Tournament
2, 4, All-Tournament Team 4, Prom Com. 3.
CARI. M:CI.UNG Mt. lookout
ELMETA McCIUNG MI. Nabo
Band T, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A, I, 2, 3, Class Tournament 3,
Y-rem l, 2, 3, Mather and Daughter ra. Program l, 2,
MICHAEL MGCIUNG Sulllmorsvilll
National Honor Society 3, 4, Class President 2, Gold and
Blue Record 2, 3, Thespians l, 2, 3, 4, F. T, A. 3, 4, N-Club
3, 4, Boy's State 3, Thespian Plays l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play
3, Christmas Play i, 2, 3, Delegate to National Thespian
Conference 2, Annual staff 4, Publicity Mgr. for Ash. l
Assn. 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4. gf
EDWARD McCl.URE Gilboa l
Class V-Pres, I, Class Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Football T, 2, 3. 4,
Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, N-Club 3, Science
KASN McCI.URE Gilboa
National Honor Society 3, 4, F. T, A. 3, A, Thespians 2.
3, 4, Football 1, 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 3, Track 2,
N-Club 3, Class Sec'y l, Class Pres. 3, Annual Staff 4,
Gold and Blue Record 2, Class Tournament i, 2, Thespian
Plays 2, 3, 4, Graduation Usher 3, Prom Com. 3, Escort,
Homecoming Mander-Hana, a, Mr. christmas 3, Mr.
DAVID McCUE Sumtnlrxville
Football I, Track l, 3, Gold and Blue Record 3, Thespians
3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Junior Play Stage Manager
3, Science Club 4.
NANCY M:D0lNElI. Summusvilla
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor
Society 4, F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
l. 2, 3, 4, rhaspsan, l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y A, Assembly cam.
2, 3, 4, Gold and Blue Record 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Annual
Staff 4, Girls Varsity 2, Class Tournament l, 3, 4, AlI-Tour-
nament 3, Junior Prom Court 3, Thespians Plays l, 2, 3, 4,
Regional F. H, A. Conferences l, 2, 3, May Pole Dance
2, Class Decorating Com. l, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 4.
CORA BELLE MAICOIM Kexlors Cross Lancs
Y-Teens T, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff A, Band l, 2, 3, 4, library
TI'IEl.MA MARTIN Sumlllolsvillo
F, H. A. l, 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY MOIIOHAN Birch Rivlr
Band 3: Class Tournament 2.
IRVIN MQQRE Stlmmlrlvilll
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Track l, 2, Baseball 3,
N-Club 3, Class Treas. 4, Class Tournament I.
James Mounts ella...
Discussing the highlights of their week in Chicago at the National
4 H Club Congress are Ricky Jones, David McCue, and Joel Lee Groves.
as they climb the well-worn front stairs.
FRANCES MORRISON Summorxvills
Varsity Cheerleader I, 2, 3: Pep Club I, 2: Homecoming
Princess 2: Prom Court 3: Thespians I, 2: YATeens 1. 2:
F. H. A. 2: Band 4: Class Tournament I, 2.
AIICE MORRISTON Isla
National Honor Society 3, 4: 94Club 3, 4: Class Sec'y 4:
F. T. A. 3, 4, Sec'y 4: G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4:
Y-Teens 3, 4: Gold and Blue Record 2, 3: Know Your
State Gov. Day 3: Prom Court 3: Annual Staff 4: Usher
at Junior Play 3: Graduation Usher 3: Library Assistant 4:
State F. T. A. Conference 3, 4: Y-Teen Conference 3, 4: Re-
gional F. H, A, Conference 3, Prom Com. 3: Class Tourna-
ELEANOR MORTON Drannln
National Honor Society 3, 4: Jr. High Cheerleader l:
Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3,
Pres. 4: Social Com. 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3:
Pres. 4: F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Glrl's Stale 3: Thespians 3, 4:
Gold and Blue Record 2: Girl's Varsity I, 2: Class Tourna-
ment 3, 4, All-Tournament Team Best Sport Award 3, A:
Miss Junior 3: Miss Christmas 3: Graduation Usher 3:
Annual Staff 4: State Y-Teen Conference 4: Prom Com. 3:
Homecoming Princess I: Science Club I.
DOROTHY MOUIIEY Summarsvilll
GALE MULLENS Parsingsr
Football I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I: Track 2, 3: Class Tournae
ment 2, 3, 4: N-Club 4.
CAROLYN MURPHY Calvin
Band l, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Yfleens I, 2, 3, 4:
chorus 1, May Pole om. 2, cum Msimne 2, usher for
Junior Play 3: National Honor Society 4: Annual Staff 4:
Prom Com. 3.
SHARON MORRIS Summarsvilla
Did not graduate.
WANDA MORRIS Isla
F. H. A. I.
Class of 19 8 0
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SUE MURPHY Sumrnanville
GARY MURRAY Summarxvilla
Prom Com. 3.
BRENDA "FENNY" NICHOLS Summauvilla
National Honor Society 3, 4, Girl's State 3, Thespians
T, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4,
F. T. A. 3, 4, Class Sec'y 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3,
Head Maiorette 4, Junior Prom Court 3, Class Cheerleader
3, 4, Thespian Plays 2, 3, Annual Staff 4: Gold and Blue
Record 2, 3, Band Council 2, A, Graduation Usher 3.
SANDRA NICHOLS Lockwood
National Honor Society 3, 4, 9-Club 3, 4, 5ec'y 3, F. H. A.
2, 3, 4, F, T. A. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Homecoming,
Maid-of-Honor 3, Homecoming Queen 4: Magazine Cam-
paign Mgr. 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Tournament 2, 4, Junior
Prom Court 3, State Y-Teen Conference 4, Prom Com. 3,
F. H, A. I, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3: G. A. A. i, 2, 3, Library
Assistant 3, Usher for Junior Play 3.
Class of 1958 0
"We almost won" these girls proudly boast last year as they
provided one of the most exciting tournament games in many years.
Kneeling: Patty Hackney, Nancy Strickland, Dixie Trent, Doris Hartley,
is not in school this year, and Eleanor Morton. Standing: Nancy Mc-
Dowell, Irene Young, Elmeta McClung, Millie Gregg, Janet Westfall,
manager, Hilda Groves, Martha .lean Tyree, Dora lilly and Penny
National Honor Society 3, 4, V-Pres. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball l. 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, N-Club 3, 4, Treas.
3, 4, Class Tournament 2, Class Tournament Coach 4, Sec-
tional All-Tournament Team 4, Prom Com. 3.
DAVID PERRINE Sirmmarsvillo
F. H. A. l,2.
Football 4, Basketball 3, 47 Track 3, N-Club 4, Gold and
Blue Record 2.
DOLORES PRICE Summersvilla
F. H. A. l, 2, 3. 4.
RUTH RADER Brennan
F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45
Library Assistant A, Property Mgr. for Junior Play 3.
FORREST RAMSEY Summarsvilla
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 4, German Band 3.
CARLOS RAPP Hookarsvillu
Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, F. F, A.
l, 2, 3, 4. Pres. 3, 4, Sec'y 2, F. T. A. 3, 4, Pres. 4: Class
Treas. 35 Basketball I, Class Tournament 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T, A.
Convention 3, F. F. A. State Convention 2, 3, F. F. A.
Camp 3, -1, Conservation Camp 2, Know Your State Gov,
Day 3. -
JOHN RIFE Nattio
N-Club 3, 4.
Chorus 2, Trac
Junior Play 3.
Baseball 3, 4: N-Club 4, Class Tournarrent 3, Ap F. F. A. 2.
Football I, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Class Tour
Band 2, Chorus 2.
k 3, 4, Wrestling 4.
nament 3, 4:
Library Assistant 3, Ap F. T. A. 4, Chorus 2, Usher for
Fayetteville High School l, 2, 3: Fayetteville High School
National Honor Society 3: National Honor Society 4.
MARCELLA SPARKS Splrlrl
National Honor Society 4, F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Assistant
Point Sec'y 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, State F. H. A. Camp 2, 3,
Conservation Camp 3, Mother and Daughter Tea Program
2, 3, Regional F. H. A. Conference 2, 3, Prom Com. 3,
Christmas Party Com. 4, Science Club 4, Class Tournament
RAY SPARKS Sparks
F, F, A. l, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Reporter 2, Parliamentarian 3,
WILLIAM STACY Gilbaa
Class Sgt.-at-Arms I, Football I, 2, Track 2, Class Tourna-
GARY STOUT Summarxvilla
Band 2, 3, Tltespians 4, Football 4.
BETTY STOVER Gad
F. H, A. 4, Yfleens 4, Christmas Party Com. 4.
GALE STOVER Gad
F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4, Sentinel 3.
BARBARA STARCHER Perxirtgsr
F. H. A. l, 2, 3, Chorus I, Band I, Class Maiorette 3,
Alternate Class Cheerleader I.
NANCY STRICKLAND Sparks
National Honor Society 3, 4, Sec'y 4, F. H. A. l.
Songleader 3, V-Pres. 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3,
Junior Play 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Thespian Plays
Annual Staff 4, Chorus 2, State F. H, A. Camp
Conservation Camp 2, Class Tournament 3, 4, Prom
Christmas Party Com. 4.
SAM STRICKLAND Summarsvilla
Guidance Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Pres. 4, Thespians I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, V-Pres. 3, Pres.
4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band Captain 2, Pres. 3, 4, Dance Band
2, 3, 4, Assembly Com. 2, 3, 4, Boy's State 3, Junior Play
3, Thespian Plays I, 2, 3, Class V-Prex. 2, 3, Junior Prom
Court 3, Thespian Award 3, Prom Com. 3, Science Club 4.
Football I. 3. 4, Baseball 3, 4, N-Club 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Know Your State Government Day 3, Class
V-Pres. 4, Junior Prom Court 3, Class Tournament 3, 4,
All-Tournament Team 4.
N ANN SWEENEY Summorsvills
Band 1, 2, 3. 4, Chorus 2.
SELL TAYLOR Summarsvillo
Thespians l, 2, 3, Thespian Plays 2, 3, Make-up Staff for
Junior Play 2.
"Wal, what's goin' on here?" Mike McClung seems to be saying
as he is caught in a very embarrassing predisament during the Thes-
pian one-act play, "Comin' Around the Mountain."
MARY ROSE THOMPSON Poe
Y-Teens 2, Chorus 2, Annual Staff A.
DIXIE TRENT Summarsvilla
Class Tournament l, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. l, 2, 35 G. A. A. I,
2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2.
HEDGIE TRIPLETT Slrangl Cloak
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, F. F. A. Representative to
Chicago 4. State F. F. A. camp 3.
AGNES TYREE Summarxville
9fClub 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 45 F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 45
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Class Cheerleader l, 2, 3, Ay Annual Staff
45 G. A, A. l, 2, 35 F. H. A, Camp 37 Gold and Blue
Record 2, Chorus 2, Pep Club lg Prom Com. 3, Chrlstmas
Party Com. A.
MARTHA TYREE Summerivilla
G. A. A. 1. 2: F. H. A. I, 2, 3: Class Tournament l, 2, 3, Ag
All-Tournament Team 2, Prom Com. 3.
GENE VICKERS Gad
Widen High School lp Basketball Manager lp Gold and Blue
BETTY THOMPSON Poningar
F. H, A. l, 2, Y-Teens 2.
HAROLD THOMPSON Panillgbr
F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 2, Field Day 2: F. T. A. 33 Football
l, 2, 3, Ag Track l, 2, 3, N-Club 4, Class Tournament 2.
Class of 1958 '
UTAH WALTON Bruce
JANET WESTFALI. Summersvilla
National Honor Society 3, 4: Guidance Council 3, 4, Re-
porter 3, Sec'y-Trees. 4, F. T. A, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4,
Reporler 3, V-Pres. 4: F, H. A. l, 2, 3, Ap Thespians l, 2, 3,
4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 41 Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Council 45
Junior Play 3, Gold and Blue Record 2, 35 Thespian Plays
l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Cheerleader 2, Graduation
Usher 3, May Pole Dance 27 Christmas Party Com. 4, Prom
DELMA WHITE Calvin
F. T. A. 3, 45 F. H, A. 1, 2, Y-Teens l, 2: Class Tournament 3.
JUNE WHITE Calvin
JERRY WOODS Hooliersville
EUGENE WORKMAN Hoolmersville
Class of 1958 0
A husky model a scrub woman and an overgrown lady with her
slip showing were typical examples of the horror of N Club iniiialion.
Seen leaving for :lass are Bob Bell Gary Stoul and Joe Summers.
FRANK YOUNG Summersvilla
Class President 4, N-Club 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Foolball An-
nouncer 3, 4, Basketball Announcer 4, Know Your State
Government Day 3, Football Ip Class Tournament lp Gold
and Blue Record 3.
IRENE YOUNG Mt. Nobo
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, Class Tournament l, 2, 3,
Jaycees Play l.
A lot of hard work and time is spent getting the annual ready as is shown by some members of the
annual staff as they cut and paste pictures. Hard at work are David McCue lfrontj, Agnes Tyree, John Hendrick-
son, Lula Wiblin, Patsy Dorsey, Nancy Strickland, Mac Cavendish, Charlotte Cavendish. Alice Morriston, and Nancy
Make The Best Better' Was Uur Motto
Even the leaders loaf in the hall is proven as the Senior Class officers stop for a friendly
conversation. Enioying the "chit-chat" are Alice Murrislon, secretary, Frank Young, president:
Irvin Moore, treasurer: Joe Summers, vicevpresidentg and Bob Bell, sergeant-at-arms.
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West Virginia University football game was the Grizzly Band
and Maia:-ewes. Forming pyramids fm the large crowd as the
massed bands play "Hail, West Virginia" are Carol Frame,
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Guidance Council during National Education Week presented
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faculty. Coach Bernard Poole gets his apple from Judy Greaser.
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Stull, Wendell Tnlberl, Mavis Tinnil, Priszilla
"All good learns need managers" and lhese boys lhal
know me big iob of keeping me foo1baIl learn ready le ge
are, seated: Frank Young, the announcer, shading: David Bur-
nene, Mike McClurlg, publicily manager: Charles Alley, and
woods, Paul Workman, Mme: Yeung, Juana.
Young, arena. vo-mg, Lawrence
uniors Prepare To 'Fill Senior Shoes'
Pausing Io cha! and look out over the campus, Eugene Jackson, sergeant-at-armsg Raymond Mc-
Cufchean, treasurer: Nicky Nichols, president: Carole Keenan, secretary: and Van Summers, vice-president,
iunior class officers. seem lo have seen an amusing incident.
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Getting the "eye" from a fellow classmate are these present sophomore girls wearing the "garb
during a G. A. A. initiation: Paula Taylor, Shirley Wagner and Belle Rader.
Supl: 's Activities Include Work, Fun
Sophomore "big wheels" relaxing on the campus as they diszuss future activities for their class
are John Jarrell, treasurerp Don Dietz, secretaryp Jimmy Cox, presidentg Ernest Withrcw, sergeant-at-armsg
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are the Freshman Class officers: Fred Fosler, secretary, Rulh Hypes, reporter, Bill Mclnfire, vice-presidenlg
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'Greenlnorns' Iaste Success In First Year
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Fun At The Sideshow
Always ready for that "down beat," whether they are outside for a football game or inside during concert season are these
Gold and Blue "bandsters." Seated: Penny Nichols, Nancy Rose, Carol Frame, Ramona Frame, Priscilla Tinnil, Paula Taylor, Shirley
Wagner. First row: Sam Strickland, Nancy Strickland, Janet Westfall, Vanra Grimes, Lynda McDowell, Lynda Beale, Carolyn Wilde,
Sue Mason, Ann Chapman, Deanna Grose, Brenda Rogers, Jane Hinlcle, Kelly Lett, Sandra Walker, Margie Rite, Geraldine Sparks, Elsie
Deal, Mary Armstrong, Mary Ann Summers, Martha Wallen, Harriet, Smith. Second row: Lou Gill, Nancy Huffman, Karen Dotson,
Judy Grose, Eddie Groxe, Rebecca Grose, Cora Belle Malcolm, Patsy Dorsey, Ronda White, Paul Cook, Gary Beale, Sandra Given, Sue
Roark, Pat Rollins, Marilyn Grose, Jewel Morrison, Judy Mullens, Dora Burkholder, Gloria Hughes, Rosemary Dotson, Patty Barnett,
Music, Trips, And Fun Highlight
Who knew that rain and mud could cause such a disgusted
look on Mr. Nicosia's face as he waits patiently for a clear sky
during the combined band practice at Richwood.
Providing halftime entertainment at football
games, the Gold and Blue Marching Hundred did
much to increase school spirit by playing at pep
meetings and tor many other activities outside
regular class routine.
Highlighting the summer of '57 were many
varied activities that kept the members of the
band on their toes. An outdoor concert was given
in the arena at the County Fair. The band was fea-
tured at the dedication of the swimming pool, and
at the opening of the Laird Memorial Clinic.
In addition to leading the parades in honor of
the National Marble Champion, and National Ed-
ucation Week, the band gave a concert for the
annual Carnifax Ferry Celebration.
Due to the "flu" epidemic, only about 70 of
the 100 members of the band reported to the
gym at 5:30 a.m. to travel to Morgantown to
take part in the annual High School Band Day,
October 26, at the W.V.U.-William and Mary foot-
ball game. The maiorettes were honored by re-
ceiving a place on the 50-yard line to "show-off"
their famous pyramids.
Marcella Sparks, Norma O'Dell, Donna Huffman, Nancy McDowell, Billy Sparks. Third Row: Benny Backus, Eugenia Campbell, Charlene
Tyree, Mary Jane McHenry, Doris Brown, Mary McDaniel, Sharon Buckland, Mary Jo Brown, Beverly Russell, Ray Donaldson, Moe
Lett, Donald Dietz, Belly Trent, Joel Lee Groves, Roy Stout, Bobby Frame, Patty Backus, Helen Robinson, Marilyn Loving, Ricky Jones,
Gary Wilson, Kenneth Shalap, Marshall Griuell, Ronald O'DeIl, Jo Frazer, Becky Young, David Eakle, Judy Young, Eddie McMillion,
Sue Nulter, Elmeta McClung, Forrest Ramsey, Teresa Pugh. Standing: John Hendrickson, Emma Jean Groves, Dorothy Brown, Jo Ann
Groves, Belle Rader, Becky Walker, Carl Elkins, Sandra Ward, Jean Ann Sweeney, Brenda Rollins, Frances Morrison.
At maiorette camp near Detroit, Michigan,
"our seven" copped the best twirling award,
while Carol Frame received the team trophy and
Penny Nichols the showmanship award.
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After the football season the band settled
down to a study of more serious music in prepara-
tion forthe annual Spring Concert. Such numbers
were featured as "The Nutcracker Suite," and I
"Buglers Holiday," a trumpet trio composed of
Mike Lett, Donald Dietz, and Betty Trent.
Band sergeant and master sergeant were new f
additions to the merit and demerit system this
year as set up by the band council. A
Ending their musical high school career under
the "wonderful" leadership of Charles Nicosia,
will be the band's twenty-one senior members !
after the Marching Hundred attends the Straw-
berry Festival in June at Buckhannon for two
days, and after their performance on Wednesday,
August 20, at the State Fair at Lewisburg, where K
they will appear in the morning and will give a
concert that night.
Recording the day's demerils is Nancy McDowell as olher members of the Band Council,
Joe Mike Levt, Jane! Westfall, Penny Nichols, Sam Sirickland, and Joel Lee Graves consider
carefully all of their decisions.
Auxiliary Groups Require Talent, Work
Polka! Rhumbal Walizl Rock and Rall! You name il and fhe Dance Band will play if as they have done for many dances in and
around Summelsville ihls year. Saaiad: Billy Joe Sparks, Mary Ann Summers, Donna Huffman, Sam Strickland, Nancy McDowell and
Ralph Brock. Slanding: Eddie McMillion, Forrest Ramsey, Yeresa Pugh, Charles Nicosia, Mike Leti, Dunald Deifz, Berry Ann Treni,
Gary Wilson and Vanra Grimes.
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"Helping Others," is the main purpose of the Guidance Council who are shown looking over materials they use to help students plan
their future. Standing are Joel Lee Groves, Judy Gresser, Gary Wilson, Millie Gregg, and Janet Westfall. Kneeling: Sam Strickland, Ann
Chapman, and Dyer Harold.
Filing, Testing, Directing Is our fob
"We are serving our school," is the motto ofthe
eight members of the Student Guidance Council.
These students perform a valuable service to the
school. Each member of the council works one
period each day with the counselor. Helping to
score tests, making profile sheets, filing and check-
ing out vocational material, filing admits, calling
students for interviews, and doing many routine
iobs which saves time for the counselor and en-
ables her to greatly extend her services to the
Two boys and two girls are selected by the
council from the sophomore class each year to re-
place the graduating seniors.
Each year many special proiects are carried out
by the members. This year's proiects included:
lunch hour movies, articles on vocations in the school
paper, posters for the bulletin board during Ameri-
can Education Week and representation in the pa-
rade. Two citizenship awards are sponsored each
year for the two seniors, a boy and a girl, who are
selected as being most worthy of it.
Members assisted with College Day, Career
Day, and Eighth Grade Visiting Day, and also spon-
sored a tea in honor of the students that made the
first semester honor roll.
All magazines must be sorted and bound for further use. Norma Brown examines a completed volume while Dolores Russell, Betty
Dillon, and Marcella Sparks continue working. Banks must be checked in then returned to the shelves. Busy at this nezessary duty Bonnie
Shelton, Molly Russell, Patty Hackney, and Hilda Groves. Calling the roll and checking out books is one of the many duties of the library
assistants. Seen at work are Millie Grogg, Sue Nutter, Cora Belle Malcolm, Violet Sparks, and Harriet Smith. All library records must be
checked and typed. Ruth Rader looks on as Margaret Alley begins to dictate solve typing to Alice Morriston.
Library Duty Consists of Varied Tasks
Nancy McDowell instructs Elsie Deal, Patsy
Dorsey, and Delaine Hamric in the correct
way to use the card file.
Planning outstanding entertainment and finding an appropriate date for each is a big
task. Discussing a forthcoming program are Rebecca Grese, Mary Sue Mason, Van Summers,
Sam Strickland, Mrs. Esther Golden, sponsor: Nancy McDowell, and Mrs. Lucy Carroll, sponsor.
This worthwhile group, the As-
sembly Committee, searches dili-
gently for outstanding programs
in the fields of entertainment and
ln May of each year, two
freshmen are selected by the
Guidance Council on a basis
of leadership, personality, char-
acter, and scholastic achievement
to serve lor three years.
Entertainment Briglntens School Life
Composed of two members
from each of the three upper
classes, the Social committee de-
cides whether we should have a
party, dance or a picnic, or
whether we should not.
Their iob is to see that each
social activity is properly chap-
eroned and a clean-up commit-
tee is on hand after it is over.
The members are chosen at
the end of their freshman year
by the Guidance Council.
Approving all social functions is the responsibility of this group. Caught enioying in good
iolce are sented: Eddie McMiIlion, Wendell Dodrill, and Donald Dietz. Standing: Karen Dabson,
Mrs. Fae Groves, sponsor, Eleanor Morton, and Carole Keenan.
The primary purpose of the 9-
Club is to support the athletic asso-
ciation but other school activities
are "helped, too."
One of the club's functions is
making signs for all ball games and
placing them in the downtown store
windows. They also make signs for
any school activity that needs pub-
Each year the club sponsors
the sale of mums for the homecom-
ing game. Selling candy and chew-
ing gum in the concession stand and
collecting tickets at football and
basketball games are other iobs of
the club members.
Selling and collecting tickets is another
important duty of the girls of the 9-Club.
Lula Wiblin, Alice Morriston and Margaret
Alley are taking care of the main gate.
What would a game be without the candy
these girls always have ready tc sell? Work-
ing in the concession stand are Violet Sparks,
Margie Champs, Millie Gregg, and their spans
sor, Mrs. lrene Skaggs.
Many Groups 'Use' These 'Workhorses'
The social life of the club mem-
bers is riot neglected, however.
Each year at the beginning of
school, the new members entertain
the old members at a movie and
supper. At the end of each school
year all 9AClub members go on a
roast, and each girl may invite a
guest to attend with her,
Club members are selected at
the end of their sophomore years
to serve for the next two years.
One of the important jobs of the 9-Club is
painting signs for the faorball and basketball
games. Seen getting ready for a game are
Agnes 'lyree, Sandra Nichols and Betty Lou
"Acting is our business," is proved by Eddie McMillion, who makes like a monkey as other Thespians observe with in-
terest. Kneeling: Eleanor Morton, Sam Strickland, David McCue, Ricky Jones, Nancy Strickland, Jane Hinkle, Ann Chapman
and Judy Greaser. Standing: Mrs, Mattie Lett, Mrs. Alice Strickland, Mrs. Ruth Perrine, spunsors, Mike Lett and Elsie Deal.
Honor Lies In Acting Well Your Part
Each actor has his individual way of learning and these Thespians become amateur actors as they present 3 one-act
plays and study the fundamentals of drameiics, Seen rehearsing an the campus are seated: Mary Sue Mason, Raymond Mc-
Cutcheon, Nancy McDowell, Edward Grose, Kash McClure, and Penny Nichols. Second row: Mac Cavendish, Betty Dillon,
Janet Westfall, Mike McClung. and Joel Lee Groves.
The horrors of initiation over, these members of the N-Club reminisce of the hard work and fun they had in the
various sports in which they participated and look forward to their annual trip. Seen seated behind the "tools of their
trade" are Mike McClung, Kash McClure, George Ritchie, Irvin Moore, Frank Young, Ed McClure, Bobby Jack Legg, Jack
Perkins, Mike Bays and Henry Lilly. Standing: Coaches Bob Burruss and James Gladwell.
Some Clubs Are 'For Boys Only'
Promoting better Christian ideals is the aim of these members of the HisY. First row: John Hendrick-
son. Serond row: Joel Lee Groves and Gary Wilson, Third row: Dudley Dorsey, David Lunter and David
McCue. Fourth row: Edward Grose, Raymond McCul:heon, Mac Cavendish and Carlos Rapp, Fifth row:
.lack Perkins, Carl Elkins, Dexter Dolson, sponsor: and Eddie McMillion.
Development oi body, mind and spirit is the goal ot these Y-Teens. First row: Mrs, Frances Poole, Marcella Sparks, Eleanor Morton,
Millie Grogg, Patty Backus, Lynda McDowell, Agnes Tyree, Janet Westfall, Nancy McDowell, Alice Morrision, and Mrs. Barbara Summers.
Second row: Betty Dillon, Margaret Alley, Ruth Lewis, Gartha Burkholder, Norma Brown, Jo Anne Garrett, Patsy Dorsey, Nancy Strickland,
Fatty Hackney, Ruth Rader, Mary Armstrong. Yhird row: Dora Lilly, Cora Belle Malcolm, Penny Nichols, Sandra Nichols, lrene Young, Bar-
bara Morrison, Nellie Nutler, Jo Frazier, Marilyn Loving, Sandra Given, lva Ayers, Barbara Seberr, and Mary Lou Brown. Fourth row: Shir-
ley Wagner, Judy Brown, Joyce Grose, Charlene Tyree, Tiny Cogar, Carol Drennen, Belle Rader, Teresa Pugh, Betty Trent, Betty Lou Ham-
ilton, Carolyn Wilde, Linda Beale, Nancy Huffman, and Lou Gill. Fifth row: Carol Frame, Nancy Rose, Gay Garrett, Karen Adkins, Carol
Cool, Sarah Jean Neil, Jolene Hughes, Rosalee Brick, Margie Rifa, Sue Roark, Martha Wallen, Sandra Walker, Karen Dolson, and Doris
Brown. Sixth raw: Ramona Frarne, Paula Taylor, Mary Keenan, Clotelle Ashley, Rebecca Grose, Ruth Ann Gregg, Sue Worlledge, Judy
Young and Beverly Russell.
Theirs Is A Christian Fellowship
So large a club it must be divided into two groups is the Y-Teens, Junior and freshmen members are first row: Nancy Ray, Judy
Justice, Pairicia Rollins, Delaine Hamric, Brenda Rollins, Priscilla Tinnel, Elsie Deal, Carole Keenan, Lula Wiblln, Margie Champe, Linda
Sims and Donna Hughes. Second row, l. to r.: Betty Stover, Madeline Painter, Betty Snodgrass, Harriet Smith, Jaunita Young, June Foster,
Susan Hall, Mary Sue Mason, Ann Chapman, Jane Hinkle, Diane Galeener, Bonnie Shelton, and Esther McClung. Third vow, l. to r.: Mary
Sebert, Shirley Cnwgar, Ruby Painter, Violet Sparks, Brenda Young, Joan Morriston, Anna lee Shaffer, Judy Greaser, Norma O'Dell, Donna
Huffman, and Barbara Knight. Fourth row, l. to r.: Wilma Schoolcrait, Deanna Grose, Brenda Rogers, Lynn Young, Connie Matheney,
Nancy Baker, Marie Ogden, Linda Hurst, Patty Painter, Jeannie Legg, Elizabeth Painter and Vanra Grimes. Fifth raw, I. to r.: Norma Backus,
Karen Skaggs, Paula Ward, Sue Bennett, Bessie Rader, Carolyn Wiseman, Katheryn Rader, Helen White, Helen Stover, Mary Jo Brown,
Helen Robinson, Becky Walker and Margaret Fowler. Sixth row, I, to r.: Barbara Barnett, Johanna Moore, Reva McMillion, Elizabeth Keener,
Sandra Williams, Ruth Ann Hypes, Shirley Snodgrass, Carolyn Moore, Jo Ann Waddell, Priscilla Rohmiller, Rose Ann Wiblin, Pat Trent,
Ronda White and Loraine Evans.
Lucky is the guy who marries one of the Future Homemaker girls. First row, I. to r.: Dora Lilly, Ruth Rader, Sandra Nichols, Betty Snod-
grass, Agnes Tyree, Millie Gregg, Nancy Strickland, Margie Charnpe, Margaret Alley, Lula Wiblin, Alice Morriston, and Eleanor Morton,
Second row: Judy Kay Murphy, Jo Ann Garrett, Dolores Price, Thelma Martin, Mary Sue Mason, Nancy McDowell, Judy Grose, Janet West-
fall, Marcella Sparks, Patty Hackney, Elmeta McClung, Penny Nichols, and Norma O'Dell. Third raw: Linda Huffman, Mildred Starcher June
Foster, Anna Lee Shaffer, Katheryn Kincaid, Doris Hinkle, Joan Morrislon, Violet Sparks, Bonnie Shelton, Barbara Hicks, Helen Rader, Glenna
Bosley, and Donna Huffman. Fourth raw: Karen Adkins, Linda Sims, Carole Keenan, Dianne Galeener, Donna Hughes Toy McClung, Judy
Greaser, Harriet Smith, Jane Hinkle, Ann Chapman, Sue Nutter, Marilyn Grose, and Nancy Ray. Fifth row: Martha Wallen. Sandra Williams,
Geraldine Sparks, Tiny Cogar, Charlene Tyree, Karen Adkins, Madeline Painter, Ruby Painter, Jean Painter, Margie Rile, Sue Roark, Lynda
McDowell, and Sandra Walker. Sixth raw: Sandra Given, linda Thomas, Carol Cool, Joan Gray, Rebecca Grose, Wilma Schoolcrafi, Ruth
Ann Gregg, Carol Drennen, Janet Hicks, Jolene Hughes, Sarah Jane Neil, Mary Keenan, Mary Sehert, and Beverly Russell. Seventh row: Lou
Gill, Nancy Huffman, Carol Frame, Ramona Frame, Joyce Grose, Teresa Pugh, Judy Young, and Ella Mae Hurley.
Better Homes In The Future - A Goal
"lt takes a heap of living in a house
to make a home." Working towards
this goal are the Future Homemakers
under the supervision of Miss Hazel
Dorsey and Mrs. Virginia Simms.
Being an active club they give an
assembly program, sponsor the "Moth-
er and Daughter Tea," and have a
series of parties, roasts, and square
dances. Also the members serve at
The homemakers attend the annual
regional meeting at Concord College.
During the summer, representatives
are sent to the F. H. A. Camps at Ripley
and Jackson's Mill.
At the annual Christmas Party given by the
F. H. A. the needy chlidren from the first grade
of the local grade school, who might not other-
wise have a nice Christmas, are the honored
guests. Santa Claus lNancy Stricklandl and Lula
Wiblin talk to the youngsters who will receive
gifts from old Santa.
Cleaning out the smokehouse and putting the tool: in working condition is necessary
on every farm. Busy af work are Orville lewis, John Murphy, Lonnie Strickland, Lowell
O'Dell. Jerry Cross, Larry Nutter, Harold Jarvis, Jerry Rapp, Eugene Chapman, Delbert
Copenhaver, Chester Worliedge, Robert Dorsey, and Bobby Coulter.
They Help Grow The Food
Shop work includes learning how to operate the iigrsaw and electric sharpener correctly. Practicing
correct working habits are Robert Taylor, Rodney Dodrill, William McCuh:heon, John Grose, Charles
Tucker, Freddie Huffman, and Charles Huffman.
Performing one of the essenlial jobs necessary for a good orchard, apple tree pruning,
are these Future Farmer boys. Seen at work are Roland Sigman, Paul Strickland, Holden
Martin, Dean Skaggs, Bob Bell, Gram Lewis, Bob McCIung, and Harold Thompson.
Tinkering with ihe lraclor is both fun and educational. Examining the paris are Forrest
Hughes, Bobby Neil, Fred Hinkle, Dennis Huffman, Jimmy Evans, Benny Backus, Billy
Dorsey, Billy Harlow, Dickie Gross. Reginald Sparks, Dyer Herald and Roger Copenhaver.
That Makes Our Nation Great
Knowing the fundamentals of parliamentary procedure is a "must" for lhese officers, Seen srudying
are Gale Srover. Dale Copenhaver. Bobby Harlow, Carlos Rapp, Carl Cook, advisor, Dale Dodrill, Ray
Sparks. and Dickie Jackson.
A visit to the grade school during recess helps these junior members of the Future Teachers learn
more about their chosen profession. Back row: Sue Mason, June Foster, Ann Chapman, Betty Snodgrass,
Harriet Smith, Judy Greaser, Esther McClung, Jane Hinkle, Donna Hughes. Front raw: Sue Nutter, Lula
Wiblin, Margie Champe, Mrs. Roiha Strickland, sponsor, Jean Painter, and Violet Sparks.
Substitute teaching is one of the privileges of senior club members from which they gain a lo? of
valuable experience. Practicing on the second grade are John Hendrickson, Kash McClure, Sandra Nichols,
Penny Nichols, Mike M:Clung, and Agnes Tyree.
tudents Become 'Teachers For A Day
Playground supervision is a part of every grade school teacf1er's duty, Seen around the pipe iungle are Priscilla Tinnil, Elsie
Deal, Eddie McMillion, Joan Morriston, Donna Huflman, Carole Keenan, Dolores Russell, Brenda Young, Frank Young, Nancy Ray,
Ma: Cavendish, Margaret Alley, Nicky Nichols, Jack Perkins, Lawrence Young, and Miss Mary Wilmoth, sponsor.
Receiving pointers in elementary teaching from Hoyt Dean, who was one of the club's guest speakers this year, are these Future
Teacher members. Seated: Annabelle Harrison, Patsy Dorsey, Fatty Hackney, Nancy McDowell. Standing: Alice Morriston, Janet West-
fall, Judy Grose, Dudley Dorsey. Carlos Rapp. and Mr. Dean.
Learning about the "inside work" of the Gold and Blue Record are these Journalism I students:
Kenneth Shalap, Shirley Rodebaugh, Thelma Samples, Sandra Ward, Norma Jane O'DeII, Nelson Moore,
Zane Stephenson, Paul Woods, Judy Murphy, and Clarence Wiblin.
'Your Business Is Their Business ,
Deeply engrossed in thought are the Journalism ll students taking a few minutes to study annuals alter the school paper is fin-
ished. Caught sitting in the window are Charlotte Cavendish, Aaron Cadle, and Lula Wiblin, who make up the editorial staff for
The Gold and Blue Record.
Finding and sharing their first printed story with classmates is a big thrill for these aspiring iournalists. Engrossed over the
latest edition of the paper are kneeling: Don Koon, and David Lunter. Seated: Ricky Jones, Harriet Smith, Betty Ann Trent, Lovie
Lester, Roy Brown, Carol Fisher, Tiny Cogar, Joan Morriston, and Donna Huffman. Standing: Donald Dietz and Douglas Dorsey.
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Very surprised vo find Grandad, played by Carlos Rapp, ai home in bed alter calling the
derecfive, Dudley Dorsey, to find him are Mu, Morton, Nancy Mcbowellg Beny Shadduck, Penny
Nichols, and Jack Norwood, Jack Perkins. Getting a laugh out of fha aiivalion is Mrs. Jobe Fenny,
Beny Dillon. Mrs, Abby Higgins. .lanel Weslfall, and Jim Mahoney, Forex! Ramsey, mike up a
Seniors Frolic In 5-Act Farce
Tilly, the maid, played by Nancy Strickland, who later helps Grandad, Carlos
Rapp, gel out of the house io have some fun with his old lriend, now brings him
his dinner. Finding himself an a mess is Kap shaddurk, make Mcclimg, who aamym
that the girl next door wiih whom he has a date lurns avi lo he iriplels, who are
Trudie, Millie Gregg: Judy, Frances Morrison: and Ludie, Carolyn Murphy.
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"The Road to Progress" was the theme as seven seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society in a formal initiation
ceremony. Seated on the stage following the ceremony are first raw: Sam Strickland, Edward Grose, Marcella Sparks, Nancy Mc-
Dowell, Charlotte Cavendish. Anna Smith, Carolyn Murphy, Patsy Dorsey, Mike Lett, Jack Perkins. Second row: Joel Lee Groves, Millie
National Honor Society Heads Many
Membership in the National Honor Society
is the highest honor a student can receive during
his high school career. Members are not chosen
on scholarship alone, but must also achieve high
standards of leadership, character, service, and
be approved by members and faculty. The or-
ganization, which last spring celebrated its 20th
anniversary, is under the guidance of Mrs. Esther
Golden and Mrs. Martha Smith.
Getting off to a good start, the society pre-
sented a special program in a fall assembly con-
cerning race relations, and featuring a choral
reading, "And No One Asked."
During football and basketball seasons, mem-
bers worked in the concession stand selling cof-
fee, soft drinks, and candy. ln this way, money
was raised to use for special proiects.
Each member was placed on one of the com-
mittees emphasizing character, scholarship, lead-
ership, or service. This year the committees were
lead by Penny Nichols, Joel Lee Groves, Kash Mc-
Clure, and Janet Westfall, respectively.
Each year, two induction ceremonies are pre-
sented to which parents and friends are invited.
During the first semester, seven seniors were in-
ducted in the program entitled, "The Road to
Progress." Good traits and bad traits portrayed
by members, met at the crossroads, each choosing
the road to failure or the road to progress.
institutions such as the home, church, school,
and nation, were featured in the second induc-
tion ceremony held in March. Ten per cent of the
iunior class were selected to become members
during this program which was followed by a
reception given in honor of the new members
and their parents.
A new activity of the society this year was
the entering of a float in the American Education
Gregg, Alice Morrision, Nancy Strickland, Mike McClung, Janet Westfall Penny Nichols Patty Hackney Sandra Nichols John Hen
drickson. Third raw: Eleanor Morton, Judy Grose, Joe Summers, Carlos Rapp Kash McClure Margaret Alley
Worthwhile Projects And Activities
Week Parade. During this week members pre-
sented special readings and skits on the inter-
communication system, concerning importance of
an education and of good citizenship.
The chapter in addition to these activities,
presents a scholarship of S100 to one senior each
year and also presents awards to seniors having
outstanding records in science, mathematics,
drama, music, social studies, commerce, and
In the spring members and their guests get
together for a day of fun on the annual picnic-
outing at Watoga State Park.
Serving the society this year as officers were
Sam Strickland, president, Jack Perkins, vice-
president, Nancy Strickland, secretary, and Millie
Lula Wiblin and Raymond McCutchecn who try to solve the mysterious professor's
reason for inhabiting the old mansion, are seen at the left. Right: Ricky Jones, in terror,
tries desperately to keep the furious Eddie McMillion from choking Elsie Deal to death.
unior Cast Causes Thrills and Chills
Doctor Fersig, Eddie McMillionp even uses his :harm on "Nil-as" as Judy Greaser, Gary Wilson, Esther McCIung, and Sue Mason
wonder about this strange msn. Members of the me noi pictured are Jane Hinkle and Paul woods.
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Shirley Wagner - Sophomore
Ruse Ann Wibiin - Freshman
Many Lewis - Seventh Grade
Patsy Hughes - Eighth Grade
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The Homecoming Court
And The Homecoming Queen
Riding "High on a Cloud," the Senior Class float, is Sandra Nichols, "Miss Grizzly" with her escort Bill McClung as they await
the start of the Homecoming Parade.
Classes Go 'All Out' For Homecoming
After the Queen received her crown of daisies from Principal C. P. Wells, more color was added by the giving of gold and
blue bouquets to the Royal Court. Here the members pose for their first official picture. First row: Raymond McCurcheon, Priscilla
Tinnil, iuniors, Queen Sandra Nichols, Bill McClung, seniors, Shirley Wagner and John Lewis, sophomores. Back raw: Steve McCue,
Martha Lewis, seventh grade: Rose Ann Wiblin, John Murphy, freshmen, and Patsy Hughes and Layne Rader, eighth grade.
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Wagner and her escort, John Lewis. on the class float driv
by Mrs. Farley Trimble.
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Princess Patsy Hughes escorted by Layne Rader were
chosen by their classmates as eighth grade attendants.
Driver of the car is Edgar McDaniel.
"All Smiles," is the Maid of Honor, Priscilla Tinnil, and her
escort, Raymond McCutcheon, on the convertible decorated by
the Junior Class and driven by Gene Stephenson.
Under an umbrella, are seen the Freshman Class Princess,
Rose Ann Wiblin, and her escort, Johnny Murphy. Driver of
the convertible decorated by the class is G. H. Martin.
Representing the seventh grade were Princess Marty
Lewis and escort, Steve McCue, perched atop a dev:-
orated Thunderbird, driven by Jack Heater.
Eleanor Morten-Kash McClure
Mes: Popular Mon Likely ro Succeed
Alice Morrislon Joel Lee Groves
Friendliesl-Mosh Likeable Beal Sense of Humor-Wivliesv
Millie Gregg Mike McCIung
Most Dependable and Cooperafive
Sam Slrickland-Penny Nichols
Most Conscieniious and Svudious Did Most for Vhe School
Mike Let! Nancy McDowell
Mos: Talented BHS' Afhleve
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and Penny Nichols.
Chosen from their class to represent our school
as delegates to Girls' State and Boys' State at
Jackxcn's Mill last summer were these seniors:
Sam Strickland, Mike McClung, Eleanor Morton,
Outstanding Students Chosen as Delegates
Attending "Know Your State Government Day" in Charleston both this year and last were these
outstanding students of the iunior and senior classes. Comparing notes on the trip are Alice Morristan,
Van Summers. Judy Greaser, Joe Summers, Carlos Rapp, and Frank Young.
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Preparing to "go4get-'em" are the members of lhe yarsily football team. Front row: David Lunter, Charles Ray Wiseman, Gene
Strickland, Curtis Lilly, Jimmy Cox, Clyde Bailey, Don Adkins, Wolfgang Fredersdorff, Don Koon, John Rapp. Second vow: Bob
Houghton, Jim Rogers, Richard Miles, Nicky Nichols, Ed McClure, Tommy Carte, Bob McClung, Henry Lilly, Fred Roberts, Dave Her-
bert. Third row: George Ritchie, Jack Perkins, Bob Legg, Bob Bell, Harold Thompson, lrvin Moore, Mike Bays, Edward Grose, Gale Mul-
Gladwell 's Bears Claw Through
The Nicholas Grizzly gridiron squad wrapped
up the football season with a four win, four loss,
and a tie record. Coach James Gladwell and as-
sistant Robert Burruss had a tough pre-season
training period with a team comparatively green
to football action as there were only three return-
Halfback Henry Lilly was the backbone of the
Bear offense as he scored four touchdowns,
passed to Irvin Moore for four more, and ran six
extra points. Lilly gained 509 yards rushing and
did most of the punting and passing. Booting the
ball on kickoffs were either Jimmie Rogers or
Taking advantage of Bulldog fumbles, the
Bears defeated Cowen 12-0, there, in the opener,
September 6. Joe Summers ploughed six yards
for a touchdown and covered a fumble for an-
The iubilant Grizzlies calmed somewhat,
when on the following Friday, Hinton registered
a 12-O victory, here. Lilly made his debut in this
game and gained 30 yards to be the top ground
An 18 yard TD pass from Lilly to Moore, late
in the fourth stanza, saved the day for the locals
as they barely skimmed to a 7-0 win over Sutton,
September 20. Joe Summers ran the extra point.
The Gladwellmen fell prey to the Gassaway
Elks, 13-7, the next week on the Elk's gridiron.
ln an effort to overcome Gassaway's 13 point
lens, Dudley Dorsey, Chester Worlledge. Fourth row: Coach James Gladwell, Joe Kirker, Jim Brown, J. W. Mink, Joe Summers,
Robert Prater, Bernard McCutcheon, Gary Stout, Zeke Hamric, Van Summers, Eugene Jackson, Dave Halbert, Kash McClure. Fifth
row: Assistant Coath Robert Burruss, John Jarrell, Edgar Justice, Lawrence Young, Mike Trimble, Fred Roberts, Gary Coffman, Charles
Hanshaw, William McCutcheon, Jim Thompson, Gale Osborne.
Season Boasting 4-1-4 Record
haltatime lead, Lilly fired a pass to Moore from
their own 25, and Moore galloped 75 yards to
paydirt, with Lilly plunging for the PAT, but
there the scoring ended,
lt was a one sided affair all the way lmore
than the score indicated! for the Bears, October
4, when they trounced Webster Springs, 13-O,
with "all hands and the cook" seeing action. Lilly
pushed across both scores in the first half and
ran the extra point.
The locals took a iolting 19-6 shellacking from
the Travelers of Gauley Bridge, October ll, on
the home turf. Lilly got the ball rolling early for
the Bears when he an-ibled 16 yards for a score
during the first two minutes of play. Gauley let
the first period slide by without scoring but man-
aged to jab over a touchdown during each of
the following quarters.
Getting off to another fast start when Joe
Summers bulled across from the one-yard stripe,
the Grizzlies tied Man i3-I3 the following Fri-
day. The Hillbillies scored later in that stanza and
again at the first of the third with a PAT after
the latter. Until the last two minutes ofthe game,
the score remained the same when Summersville
gained possession of the ball on the 20 and
brought it up the field in long drives to the six
inch line where Lilly did the honors and also ran
over the extra point.
"By the skin of their teeth" would be a good
title for the Grizzlies' 21-20 triumph over Fay-
etteville the next week. The
Pirates started the scoring with
a ld yard TD early in the first
quarter, but the Bears retaliated
with a four yard pass from Lilly
to Moore in the second and in
the third with another pass by
the Lilly-Moore machine while
later in the third Tommy Carte
dashed 22 yards to paydiri. The
extra points for all three were
run by Lilly. Fayetteville scored
twice in the fourth making both
extra points to end the scoring,
ln the season's finale, Novem-
ber 8, the Grizzlies were out-
hunted by the Richwood Lumber-
iacks in a 20-O landslide, at Rich-
wood. Richwood was in full con-
trol throughout the game, netting
213 yards rushing and i6 first
downs to the Grizzlies, 53 rush-
ing, and four first downs.
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Ending their season undefeated, these iunior high "Cubs" had a season record of six win: and one tie. Front row: Roy Harlow,
Dale Dorsey, Allen Rader, Eddie Ward, Jimmy Lilly, Johnny Fitzwater, Allen Young, Johnny Acree, Joe Pilsenberger, Francis Fockler,
Larry Trent, Paul Thomas. Second raw: Bill Mclntire, Victor McCue, Jerry McCue, John Andy Hamon, Bob Arch Brown, Terry Fyock, Joe
Young, Mitchell Williams, Larry Nutter, Eddie Lilly, Bernard Grose. Third row: Coach Bernard Poole, Wesley Byrd, Robert Racer,
Okey Jackson, Paul Groves, Larry Ellison, Dale Dodrill, Richard Harlow, Roger Chapman, Brooks Groves, Kenneth Brown. Fourth row:
Lonnie Graham, Fred Foster, Blaine Painter, Claude Smith, Thomas Kelly, Rodney Hutchinson, Jerry White, Colin Moore, Connie
Poole Boosts Cubs To 6-1-0 Record
Little giants that they are, the
Nicholas Cubs fought a rugged
season to an end with a six win,
one tie, and no loss record, un-
der the guiding hand of Coach
The Junior High was com-
posed of big boys, with an all-
around weight average of l65
pounds. This squad makes a
promising varsity and the sky
will be their limit. They allowed
Grim expressions of concern are seen on the faces of the iunior high cheer-
leaders, player: and Coach Bernard Poole, right, as they watch the Cub edge to a
7-0 victory over Gauley Bridge.
a total of T3 points to be scored
against them while they drove
Victory margins were ranked
over the following: lDue to lack
of opposition some teams were
played twicej Webster Springs,
I4-O, I3-6, Gauiey Bridge, 6-0,
Meadow Bridge, 28-0, Si-0, and
Montgomery, 8-7. The tie was
with Gauley Bridge, 0-O.
Halfback John Hamon emerged
as the stand-out in the back field.
He picked up the most in rush-
ing yardage and was tops in
scoring. Outstanding defensive
man was Mitchell Williams, who
played in the back field and on
the line. A promising figure to
fill the center vacancy on next
year's team is Larry Ellison, who
held this position for the Cubs.
According to Coach Poole, Elli-
son never made a bad center
during the game and is a good
Despite the teaming of Grose and Perkins with
31 and 19 points, respectively, Clay drew a 74-69
edge over Summersville in a close scoring rendez-
vousy Clay racked up another win B8-63.
Fayetteville handed the Bears a 71-57 trouncing
early in the season, but Summersville, sparked by
Perkins and Grose with 20 and 17 points to their
credit, retaliated with a 74-64 upset.
During the warm-up tourney, Summersville gave
Cowen a 60-41 shellacking, and later in the season
defeated them again 65-55, but in the last game of
the regularly scheduled season, Cowen handed
Nicholas a 71-67 surprise upset. Grose chalked up
25 markers in the second game and Perkins 19.
Seniors, Ed Grose
Henry Lilly, 8, drives in and shoots his special under arm
lay-up as Jack Perkins, ll, stands ready for the rebound in this
and lack Perkins
Everyone waits expectantly as the ball settles down through
the hoop, as Jack Perkins, under basket, and Robert Prater,
hidden behind No. 23, fend off the Richwood intruders.
warn r hand in his fm, Jack Perkins, ii, fires r try at the gari, with Ed Gmse
io, forcing his way farwrra to snatch the rebound from any :surety Cowen cam
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Jack Blankenship ,.,. 24
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High into the air, for the shot, goes Irvin Moore, 14. in the
Bear's attempt to dethvone Princeton. Robert Prater waits tensely
"AN right boys, when I pitch the ball, you go up for the Mp," Coach Robert Burruss briefs the B'Squad on a few minor bas
keiball lechnicaiilies. Preparing io lump are .lack Blankenship and Van Summers with Coach Burruss handling ihe bali, Taking in me
inslructions are Dave Lunier, Charles Aliey, Tom Carle, Lawrence Young, Dave Holbert, Jimmy Cox. Walter Rogers, Joe Kirker, and
B-Squad Wins Three of Six Games
Jack Perkins, II, jumps and fakes a wavering sho! at CIay's
with Ed Grose, 10, waiiing for 'hu rebound.
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Fayetteville 26 31
Montgomery 84 58
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"Fleet as a deer on foot," might be the goal this year's track team is striving
toward when they represent our school at various conference meets in the state.
Although only started three years ago, track has done a great deal toward helping
the Spring sport's program. Pictured kneeling are Curtis Lilly, Jimmy Cox, John
Lewis, Tommy Carte, and Jimmy Rogers. Standing: Wade Rogers, James Thompson,
Mike Bays. and Coach Robert Burruss.
Spring Highlights Baseball and Golf
Get-togethers for baseball pow-wows are a frequent sight on the campus during the Spring. Here
a few team members meet to debate the season's possibilities. Seen with Coach James Gladwell are
George Ritchie, Jae Kirker, Gene Ritchie, Joe Summers, Nicky Nichols and Van Summers.
Wrestling was added to the sports calendar this year and the new team under the direction of Coach
Robert Burruss fared very well in the meets they scheduled with neighboring high schools. Bob Bell and
Wade Rogers demonstrate, in this picture the starting position for a match. Waiting their turn are the
other team members Roger Chapman, Gene Strickland. Larry Ellison, Curtis Lilly, Charles Huffman, Jerry
Cross, Jimmy Rogers, James Lucas, Wesley Bird, Bob McCIung, Lanny Graham, Jim Thompson, and
Wrestling, Track Prosper Under Burruss
The newly formed Golf Club adds interest and excitement to the Spring season as more and more
teeneagers are taking up their clubs and going for a round or two in the evenings after school. Although
participation in the golf club has been slow in getting started, it does have certain benefits, such es
free use of the golf course and free instructions. Members seen practicing in the gym till good weather
tolls around are Nicky Nichols, Mike Trimble, Walter Rogers and Edward Grose.
The book is finished. The work is over. You hold the fin-
ished product, the NICHLOSEAN, in your hands. To transform
the NICHLOSEAN from a few dummy sheets into the yearbook,
takes more than lust the toil and trouble of the NKCHLOSEAN
staff. There are many unsung heroes and heroines who make the
NICHLOSEAN a true memory book. It is to these people the
staff dedicates this page to say, "thank you." To Biggs-Johnston-
Withrow, the NICHLOSEAN printer, the staff gives a vote of
thanks for their help and co-operation above and beyond the
call of duty. We wish to convey our "thank you" to Mrs. Helen
McCutcheon Bramrner, '52, for her expert designing of our covers
and carrying out our circus theme very effectively. A very
favorite unsung heroine, Mrs. Kathryn Drennen, deserves more
than iust a "thank you" for her untiring devotion and encourage'
ment. She was always ready to supply "that word" to complete
our write-up with a professional touch and we shall treasure
those moments she captured as the "roving photographer." A big
"thank you" goes to Mrs, Helen Pitsenberger for doing the endless
iob of typing write-ups and handling the financial "end" of the
book. To Sayre Studio for the excellent senior portraits and the
underclass pictures, we owe a debt of gratitude. Last, but cer-
tainly not least, to the Faculty, the cooks, ianitors, our many
generous patrons and advertisers, we say "thank you" for trans-
forming these dummy sheets, reams of copy and pictures into
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and CRAWFORD MAYTAG CO
Libby's Lunch HOME FURNISHINGS
Mr' and Mrs' Donald Dem GAULEY BRIDGE, west VIRGINIA
Country Sausage - Maple Syrup
and Buckwheat Flour Phone 388
Heaters, West Virginia Phone 42J2
Dress Better for Less
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
STAY OUT OF THE DARK
ALWAYS HAVE THE RIGHT
LIGHT-WHATEVER YOU DOI
Q I' rd I
Buy Spares at Your DeaIer's
MONONGAHELA POWER CO.
A. K. STOWERS
SUMMERSVILLE - BELLE
DEITZ-McCUTCHEON my GRILL
INSURANCE AGENCY '
Greetings and Best Wishes
707 Main Street To Class of '58
Phone 7891 PHONE 4891
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Summersville, West Virginia
HEROLD and HEROLD
Hardware - Furniture - Philco - Bendix Appliances
Farm Seeds, Tools and Building Material
Winchester and Remington Fire Arms
PHONE 2081 SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
McDOWELL CHEVROLET COMPANY
Buy With Confidence
New and Used Cars
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
YOUR FRIENDLY FAMILY STORE
JOHNSON DEPARTMENT STORE
Dry Goods and Shoes
Owners: Arley Johnson, Earl Morton, D. L. Hinkle, Manager
Opposite Court House Phone 2486
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
159 Riverside Drive
Phone VI 6-6132
GILBOA, W. VA, PHONE 4324
RICHWOOD, WEST VIRGINIA
THE NICHOLAS REPUBLICAN
"Serving Nicholas County Since I903"
RICHWOOD, WEST VIRGINIA
Craigsville Distributing Co., Inc
Distributors - Keystone Petroleum Products
TO TODAY'S GRADUATES WHO ARE FIRST AND FOREMOST
AS TOMORROW'S CITIZENS
The Mower Lumber Company
NALLEN, WEST VIRGINIA
Groves Dairy Farms
Grade "A" Posteurized Dairy Products
Box 572 Phone 84II
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF
CRAWFORD MOTOR COMPANY COMMUNITY SUPER MARKET
Chevrolet Sales and Service Nicholas County Food Center
PHONE SY 32 L27 I-OOKOUT SUMMERSVILLE PHONE 6271
THE NICHOLAS CHRONICLE, INC.
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
A GOOD PLACE TO BUY
EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
COURTEOUS, FRIENDLY SERVICE
PHONE 2531 SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
CENTRAL BUILDING AND
CRAIGSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
is good Bread
GOOD LUCK, SENIORS
NICHOLAS LOAN COMPANY
SUMMERSVILLE, west VIRGINIA
Best Wishes To The
Graduates of Nicholas County High
Ely-Thomas Lumber Company
Ls so ssss Lrg
RICHWOOD, WEST VIRGINIA
8 O kf d Phone VI 6
RICHWOOD, WEST VIRGINIA
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
Drink Cokes in Bottles
COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS
CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA
NIT. NEBO STORE
MT. Neso, WEST VIRGINIA
P. O. Box 427 - Telephone 5911
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
ASHLAND OIL REF NING COMPANY
VII Ol dG se--QuakerOI
Ahl d B HI Gas
PHONE 4541 AL STEVENS AGENT SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
Official Photographers For The Yearbook
Imrfrzting is Qui' Qusiness - - -
and whether your needs are letterheads, envelopes, accounting forms,
snapout carbon sets, mailing pieces, pamphlets or yearbooks, we try to
do our best to produce the work to your satisfaction, both in quality and
appearance. We always strive . . .
lla Serve you welter.,
1 3611011 159
PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS
alley DI' ive, BECKLEY, WEST VIRGINIA
"Before You Trade - See Us For Bargains"
New Or Used Cars '
LeRose-Blackwell Motors, Inc
SUMMERSVILLE, vvssr VIRGINIA
Ph 5111 Op E 9
ROY T. ELKIN
TOM'S CANDY- POTATO CHIPS
AND CORN CHEEZ
WALLACE and WALLACE
For the best in service
Stonewall Jackson Service Station
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS OF '58
State Farm Insurance Co.
Auto - Life - Fire
GeroId G. Phiilips
SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA
CARL'S BARBER SHOP
CARSON 81 LEDFORD ESSO
THE WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT
H. DALE SUTTON ICLOTHING SPECIALISTI
MCGRAW LUMBER CO.
E. VAN DORSEY
WITHROW'S VARIETY SHOP
DR. A. E. HIGGINBOTHAM
DEVIL'S ELBOW GIFT SHOP
RICHWOOD NEWS CO.
STAR SHOE SHOP
V. L. SMITHSON JEWELRY
MAIN STREET FLOWER AND GIFT SHO
THE JEWEL BOX
PURE OIL STATION
D. R. FRAZER
REXALL DRUG STORE
A 8- P SUPERMARKET
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE KISER
ELK VALLEY MOTORS
MR. AND MRS. JUNIOR R. MASSIE
JOHNSON'S PURE OIL
Annual Staff 4,37
Assembly Committee 62
Band 56, 57
Band Council 58
Cheerleaders 73, 75
Classroom Scenes 11-17, 20
Dance Band 58
Eighth Grade 53
Freshmen Officers 52
Future Farmers of America 68, 69
Future Homemakers of America 67
Future Teachers of America 70
Girl's Athletic Association 74
Gold and Blue Record Staff 71
Guidance Department 6, 60
Homecoming Court 82, 83, 84
Homecoming Parade 84, 85
Junior Officers 43
Junior Play 78
Junior-Senior Prom Court 80, 81
Library Assistants 61
Miss and Messrs. Nichlosean 2
N Club 65
National Honor Society 76, 77
Nine Club 63
Parade, AEW 18, 19
Popularity Winners 86, 87
Senior Officers 37
Senior Play 72
Seventh Grade 54
Social Committee 62
Sophomore Officers 47
Table of Contents 3
Thank You 104
Abner. Rozella l4, 48
Acree, John 54. 95
Adamson. William 54
Aokins, Don 44, 90
Adkins, Franky 5:1
Adkins, Karen 1111 44, 67
Keren llol 44, 67, 74
Adkins, Mow Alice 22
Adkins, Roy 54
Aloriooo, Avery 46
Alloy. Charles 42, 44, loo
Alley, Margaret I6, 23, 22, bl. 63, 67, 70, 77
Aniiok, Barbara as
Amick, corol soo 54
Arniek, lcoy 54
Aniiek, Richard 44
Alrvlerltrouf. Barbara 44
Arrnenlroin, Edna 5:1
Arnisnono. Mary 22, 54, 66
cloielo, 44, 44, 74
Don 11, :la
Benny 44. 57. 69
Norma 45, 66
Patty 44, 57, 44, 74
Judy 49, 75
Noncy 14, 48, 66
Boll, Eugene 44
Boll. Fred 5B
Barneite. Barbara 44, 66
laorneiie, Charles 22
Bornelte, Martha Ray
Borneiie, Pony ll, 4a, 56
Barr, Billy 22
Bartley, Billy 44
Bayx, Mike 22, 45. 90. 92, 1oz
Beale, Gary 5B, 59
Belle, Lynda 44, so, oo, 74
Beoln, Dale 16. as
Beoyer, Kenneth 48
Beirne. Linda AB
Beirne, Mike 54
Bell. Eooio 17. 19, cle, 97
Boll. Loretta 7
Ball, Robert 14, 20, zz, ze, ao,
Bennett, Bucky 12, 44
Bennett, chorloiio 48
Bennerl. Donolo 15, 44
Bennett, Mary Louise 48
Benneli. sne 4s, 66
Berry, Dewey 14, zo, 48
Biro, Wesley 4B, 95. los
Bleek, Garvin zo, 48
Bloks, Buster 48
Blankenship: Joek sa, 97, IOO
Blonkenshio, Jinrrnie 48
Blankenship, Johnny 48
Blonkenshlo, Martha 48
Blonkensliio, Rebecca 48
Bosley, Glenna aa, 67
Lee lzoy 54
Bowers, Chelsie 48
m. BQYYY Jo 54
Brewer, Don 11, 38
Brick, Resales 17, 44, oo, 74
Brock. Ralph 22, 58
Brown, Belly 54
Brown, Bobby 4a. 95. lOl
Brown, c. Alvin sa
Brown, Carol Sue 45, 75
Brown, Carroll 48
Brown, C. Fred 53
Brown, Dole 53
37, 68, 90, 93,
Brown, Dann 48
Brown Darrea l2, 44
Brown. David 53
Brown, Dollis 11, 19, 33
Brown, Doris 11, 44, 51, oo
Brown, Dorothy 44, 57
Brown. Evanell 54
Brown, George 44
Brown. Jimmy 44, 91
Brown, Judy UU 14, JB
Brown, Judy ll0l 44, 66
Brown. Kay 44
Brown, Kannelh 48. 95
Brown, Mary 15, 44, 74
Brown, Mary Jo 48, 57. 66
Brown, Mary Loo 22, 66
Brown, Nancy 1lv1rs.1 7
Brown, 1-Jonsy 48
Brown, Nornio 12, 22, 41, 66
Brown. Pllritll 53
Brown, Polly 14, 22
BYOWI1, Robe!! 48
Brown, Poy 44, 7l
Brown. Vlr lnld 38
Brown, Wiaie Mio 44
BIOWD, Wilma 38
Bryant, sloye 48
Butlilbhd, Shlforl 53, 57
te Fred I2 44
Borkhololer, Dora Lee 411, 56
Burkholdar, corlno za, 66
siirnelle, David 42, 44
Borross, Robert 7, 45, 91, 94, l00,
Burwell, Sylvia 48
aosh, Nathan 44
Buxh, Oscar 17, 23
coole, Aoron 20. 25, 7l
Cldla, Kay 48
coolo, Yhanna aa
Campbell, Eugenia 55, 57
cornoboll, Mary 48
c o ll w 44
amp o ,
Carroll, lucy 7, 62
Carter Brenda 44
csrle, Evelyn ls, aa
cose, Bono o l2
Carte. Janet 48
Carte, loinniv as, 44, vo, loo, l02
corler, Barbara 54
corlyfriohl, Darrell ll. 15, 44
Cartwright, Doryin 48
Carrwriqhr, Phyllis 54
Cavendish, Bernard ll, :is
coyenoirh, Charlotte 22, 24, 57, 71, 76
Cavendish, Freda la, 48
Cavendish, Jim ll, 15, :la
coyenoish, Judy 54
coyenelish, Moe 17, 19, 22, 57, 44, 55, 70
Cavendish, Patricia 14, 54
Charnpe, Margie :lB, ozi, 44, 67, 70, 74
chonrnon, Ann 36. 41, 54, 60, 44. 44. 41, 7
chsrsrnon, Ernino 44
Chapman, srnrno Jean zo, 45
Eu9ene 38, 6B
Chapman, John 44
chonnion, Mary Ann 23
chonrnon, Michael 2:1
Chapman, Roger 4a, 95, IOS
Childers. oorolo 48
chloos, lcolhleen 44
cloooorion, Tony 54
Clark, Nancy 5:
CIBV. George aa
Claywnll, Jerry 48
cloiior, Jininiy 44
coolo, Karen ls, 48
coflrnon, Ann 48
corirnon, Gary 2o, 24, 9l
coflinon, Myrna 44
Ccgar, Kay 15, 44
Cogar, Tiny Jean 44, 44, 47, 71
Collins, Phyllis 15, 48
Collins, wi lie
conoro, Agnes 48
conroo, Hazel as
Cook. Carl 7, 69
Cook. Darius 53
cook, Eugene 48
cook, Pool 20, 48. 52, 56
Cool, corol soo 44, 44, 47, 74
Cobenhaver, Dale 24, 49, 97
Cox, Jirnrny 44, 47,
nqham, Shirley 55
Darrell zo, 24
Delbert 48, 68
, Roger 44, 69
it, Joyce 24
Bolsoy 4s, 68
Eyo Evelyn 54
shonks, larry o. JB
JerrV 44, os, lua
Gave 20, 24
Dalton, Donny 54
Deal, Elsie ll, :15,
Deon. llovi 4, 70
Dons, syoleno 24
Delvloss, Mory 4B
Dennison, Betty 41
56. 6l, 64, 66. 70. 7B
Dennison, Doris Jean as
Dieir, Donald 44, 47, 57, sa, 42, 7l
Dillon, Betty 24, 27, 6l,
64. 66, 72
Dirnenglio, Filemena 38
nirnenolio, Lula 48
Dobson, Anna aello 48
Doorill, Basil Rodney aa, 68
Doelrill, Bobby 48
Dndrill, Buford ll, 44
Dodrill. Dale 25, 44, 69
Dodrill, Dole, 95, lOl
Doolrlll, Mary 48
Doorill, Wendell 25, oz
Donaldson, chorlolio 48
Donoloson, Ray 25, 57
Donelsorl, Edna l4, 51
Donelson, Jonies Boyd 54
Donelson, Mary 44
Dooley, David 11, 48
Dorsey. Ada 48
Dorsey, Bill 44. 69
Dorsey, Dale 54, 95
DorseY. Dennis 25
Dorsey. Dorothy 44
Dorsey, Douglas 44, 7l
Dorsev. Dudley 25, 65, 70, 72, 9l, 93
Dorsey, Elizabeth 25
DorseY, Halel 7, lf!
Dorsey, Janet 48
Dors!Y, Jo Ann 25
Dorsey, Patsy 23, 25, :l7, 54, 41, 44, 70, 76
DorsCY. Robert 45, 68
Dor9eY. Roger ll. 20. 25
Dorsey, Stove 39
Dorsey, Thomas 44
Dorsey, Wanda 25
Datsun, Arena 44
Dotson, Bill 44
Dorwn, Dexter 7, 65
Dotson, Karen N, 56, 62, 456
Rosemary 25, 56
, Carol 44, 44, 67
Duffy. Robert 44
Duling, Barbara 44
Eakle. David 53, 57
Elkins, Carl 25, 57, 65
Elkini. Ronald 49
Elliott, Edna 19, 39
Ellison. l.arrY 49. 95, l03
Evans. James 49, 69
Evans, Kenneth ll, 44
Evans. Loraine 12, 44, 66
Facemire, Cecil A4
Facemire, Donald 53
Faeemlre, Ernest 39
Facemire, Paley IA. 49
raaarnira, Rodney 11, 39
Fagan, Irene 20, 26
Fairborn, Gary 49
Fields. Eu9ene 20. 26
Fieldi, Grela 44
Fisher, Carol Sue 44. 71
Filzwaler. Johnny 54, 95
Flanagan, Victoria 44
Fockler, Francis 54. 93
Ford. Edna 44
rnslar, Carolyn A9
raslar, Clyde 39
Foslar. Fred 15. 49. 52. 95, 101
Foster. June 39, 66, 67, 70. 73. 74
Fowler, lvlargarar 12, 44, 66
ras, Mary 49
Frarna, Bobby 44, 57
Frame, Carol 40. 44. 56. 59, 66, 67, 74
Frame. Garv 49
Lena Gaye 39
Frame, lzaniana 40, 44, 54, 59, 44, 47, 74
Frame, Wilda A9
Frazer. Jo 44, 57. 66
Fredersdorff, clarisiia 5a
Fradersdorff, Wolfnang 44, 90
Fry. Paul 54
Fyock, Terry 49, 95, 101
Gabberf, lvlilra 20
Galaanar, Diane 14, 09. 44, 67
c-aiaanar. Donna 11, 54
eanaa, snirlay 45
canal., Gay 45, 66
oarralr, Jo Ann 20, 24, 44, 67
Gill, 14.. 45, 54, 44, 67
Given, Sandra, 45, 54, 44, 67
Gladwell, James 0, 65. 91, 94. 94, 102
caislan, Esrnar e, 62
cralrarn, uaris 39
Graiiarn, Jonn A9
Graham. Lania 45
sranarn, Lonnie 49, 95, 103
Gray, Carol 26
Gray, Jaan 45, 67
c-ray, kannarii 49
c-ray, 14rnn.y 11, 39
Greaser, Judy 15, 39. 41. 610. 64, 66. 67. 70.
oraar, Ronald 45
Griffin, John 53
Griffin. Louise 49
Grimes, Mavourneen a
Grinras. Vanra 49, 54, 58, 66
c-riara11, Marshall 49, 57
Gregg, Millie 26. 32, 60, 61, 63, 66, 67, 72.
74, al, B6
GW99. Rom Ann 45, 44, 47, 74
Grosa, Bernard 49, 95, 101
csrasa, narfan 49
crasa, aarry 49
Grose, Charles 26
crasa. Deanna 20, 54, 66
orosa, ss-laia 45, 54, 44, 65
Grose, Edward ll, 17, 26, 75, Bl, 90, 93. 94,
97, 100. 103
Gross, Hubert 49
Jimmie 39. 49
Grose, John 39, 49, 68
Grose. JUYce 66. 67
Grose, Judy 24, 54, 47, 70, 77
Gross. Marilyn 12, 39, 56. 67
Groxgk Rebecca 20. 27. 45. 53. 56, 62, 66,
Grow. Richard 39. 69
Grow. Sammv 53
Grovex. Brooks 49. 95
Grovei. David 49
Groves. Diann 49
Groves. Dtvhie lou 39
Grovei, Emma Jean, 57
Groves, FaYe 5. 62
Grovel. Helen 1121 14, 26
carayas, Halan 101 55
Groves, Herbert 45
Groves. Hesion 49
Groves. Heder 39
Groves, Hilda IB. 20. 26. 31. 61
Jo Ann 12. 26, 57
Grovesi Joel Lea 2, B. 16, 17. 27. 31. 60, 57.
55. 64. 65, 76. 81. B6
orayas. John 49
erayas, J4saph 45
Grayas, Louise 45
Gravel. Patricia 39
crayas, Paul 49, 95
c-rayas, lzasalaa 54
cmyas, Shirley Jaan 27
Pally ll, 18, 27, 32, 61, 66,
Hall. Brooks 20, A9
Hall. Drama 53
Hall, si-san 09, 44, 73
Marguarira 0, 74
Hamillon, Barry lou 17, 45, 44. 75
Hamillnn. Jim 49
Hanson, aannia 39
Harnan, Jaa 54
Harnan, John 49, 95, 101
Hanrria, callnarina 45
Hamrit. Delane 59, 41. 66
Hanirir, George 39
Harnria, Shirlf-V 49
Hamricli. Car 27
1-larnriaii, Gary 11, 39
Hanrrirlr, Herman 49
Harnrirlr, Jarry 39
Hanrrialr, Zsoldos "za1ra" 45, 91
Hanna, Don 12, 20. 27
Roger 1121 ll. 70, 17
Hanna, Hagar 191 49
Hanna, Ruth 54
cnarlas ll, 39. 91
Bill 45, 69
044149 27. 69
nianara 49, 95
Haaliarr, Victor 55
Haanas, sally 28
Hughes. nonna 40. 44, 47, 70
Haglias, Forrest 45, 69
Hughex, Gloria 49, 56
Hiianas, Jackie za
Hirairas, Janice 40
Hughes, Jolene 45, 44, 67
Hughes, Patsy 55, ez, 04, as
Hanianray, Ann sa
Hanipnray, Jane 55
Hanl, Jearold 28
1-larlay, A1144 Faye A9
Hurst, linrsa 504 49, 66
Hutchinson. Rodney 49, 95
Hynes, Albert 49
Hynes, nala 54
Hynas, srnaaana 15, 40
Hypes, Peggy 49
Hypas, Raya A9
1-iypas, Ruth Ann 49, 52, 66
Jackson, Dickie 14. 29. 69
Jaalrsnn, Eugene 16, 40, 43, 91
Jackson, okay 49, 52, 95, 101
Jarrell, John 45. 47, 91
Jarral., Cassidy A9
Jarren, Charlolla 49
Jarrett, Elirabaln 54
Jarvis. Ellen 19
Jarvis. Harold 45, 68
Jarvis. Ronnie 49
Jenkins, Carolyn 54
Jenkins, Eugene 53
Jenkins. Jane! 45
Harlaw, my 54, 95
Harris, Ruih A9
Harrouff, Burl 39
Hari, Barbara 5:1
Harrlay, oaris 32
iiarrisan, Annabana 70
Hayas, Halen A9
Hayas. Nanry 12. 27
Harslell, Mavis 39
He Ims. Don A9
Hailnrs, sliirlav 39
Halrnir, Eliralaarn 49
Halrns, Charlolre 39
1-lalnrs, Janal 20. ze
Halrni, Jaan is
Hendrickson. John 11, 13, 37. 57. 65, 70. 77
Harlaarr. oaya 39
Herald Dyer 39, 41, 40, 69
Hess, Jaiiia ze
Hasa, Kenneth 49
1-lass, Ralaari lcailn 49
Hislnnan, Brenda 49
Hiairrnan, Burton 45
Hiainnan, Virginia a
Hialrs, aariaara 59, 67
Hiairs, Jana. 45, 67
Hill. Bran? 45
Hinirla, Brenda 49
Hinirla, laalaris 49, 67
Hinirla, Daria, Jr. 49, sa
Hinirla, Fred 11, 45. 68
Hinklt. Jane 15. 16, 23. 40. 56, 64, 66, 67,
Hinlrla, Jean 39
1-1in1r1a, John 15.
Halbarr, Dave 14, 40, 90, 91, 97. 100
Hallrraak, Starlet 45
Holcomb. aarlaara 55
Holcomb. aalil 54
Holcomb. Raymond 49
Halsrain, Larry 49
Hoover. Barbara 49
Hoover, William Verl A9
Haugnron, aaa 40, 90, 94, 103
Hinllrina, Mania 54
Huffman, clrarlas ll, 42, 45, 40, 103
Huffman. Dennis 40, 69
Harlrnan. Danna 40, 57, 54, 44, 47, 70, 71
Huffman. rraa 11, 45, 68
Linda 40, 67
Huffman. Nancy 11, 45, 54, 44, 67
Hnnrnan. Paul 11, 28
Hagnar., svalyina za
Hugharl, Marina 45
Hughut, rzarnay 55
Jessup, Virginia A9
Janns, iaana 40
Johnson, 044 15, 40
Jannsan, Connie 49, 95
Jannsan, Gary 50
Jannsan, ianalan 45
Jannsan, Lnrarra 40
Jannsan, lzarnia 50
Jones, larry 14, 54
Jones, Richard 15, 16, :11, 40, 57, 44, 71, 7E
Jones, Virginia 5:
Janas, williarn Jarry AU
Justice, Edgar 11, 45, 91
Justice. G. O. 40
Justice, Jud 40, 66
xaanan, Bill 40
xaanan, Carole 11, 40, 43, 42, 44, 67, 70
lcaanan, Mary 45, 44, 47, 75
xaenan, Thomas 29
lcaanar, Elizabeth so, 66
lcaanar. Jarnas 1101 45
Keener. lame! 191 50
Keener, Ruih 40
Kelly, Darlene 50
Kell r Thomas 50, 95
Kidl. Wanda 29
icinraid, icalnryn 40, 67
icinaaid, Larry 50
xinaalal, William 29
. Joe 17. 28, 40. 9
Kirkland. Paulina 55
xniam, Barbara 50, 66
lcnign., Dora e11an 55
Koon, Don 45. 71. 90
lcranrz, Daisy la, 50
Lawson, Eliubeih 40
Lew, B41-.lay Jack 11, 17, la, 29
Lang, aannia 45
Lew, Davrall 54
Legg, Douglax 50
Lass, Faye 40
Legg, James Kannelh 45
Le9U. Jean 50, 66
, 45, 90, 91
Leqq, Jim 40
Leng, June 40
leuo, Lorena 53
Leili, Parry Sue 50
Legg, Paula 20
Legg, Sharon 45
Lesler. lovia 45, 71
Len, Kelly 50, 56
Lell, Malrle B, 64
e 16, 17, 29, 57, 55, 64, 76, 87
ran: 40. 69
Lewis, Janice 45
Lewis, John 45. s4, as, 97. 100, 102
Lawie, Martha 54, a2, 04, B6
lewia, Orville 45, 5s
Lewil, Ruth 12, 29, 66
Lewis, William 50
Lilly, Curtis 40, 90, 102, 103
Lilly, Dora 29, 02, 55. 57, 74
Lilly, Eddie 50, 95, 101
Lilly, Henry la, 40, 55, 90, 94
Lilly, Jimmy 54, 95
Lener. Mnriorie 45
l-oith, Barbara 15, 40
Losch, James 50
Laying, Edin, Berry 50
Loving, Marilyn 45, 57, 55
Luzas, Brenda 50
Lucas, Bren! 29
Lucas, Delmas 45, 50, 101
Lucas, Dorothy 45
lunler, David 19, 45, 47, 55, 71, 90, 100
McCIung, Betty 29
McClung, carl 30
M,cCIung, nanny 19, 50
McClung, oelmaa '151ripay" 45
Meclimg, oelmea 45
Meclrrne, Edgar 41
McCIung, Elmera 30, 32, 57, 67
McClung, Gene 50
McClung, Glenn 45
McClung, James 50
Eslher 11, 16, 41, 66, 70, 78
McCIunq, Lereira 50
Mrclnng, Mike 11, 15, 17, 19, 20, 30, 35, 40,
42, 54, 70, 72. 77, 115. as
Mfclnne, Nancy 41
Meclene, Parrieia Ann 50
Robert 45, 65, 90, 103
McClung: Toy Leigh 41, 67
Meclnna, William 20, 29, B4
McCIung, Zelra 50
sa 17, la, 110, 55, 90,92
Kash ll, 18, 30, 64, 66, 70, 77, BO,
35, 91, 93
McCue, nayiel 17, 30, 37, 54, 55
Macee. Jerry 50, 52, 95
McCue, Sharon 53
Mecira, sieve 54. 84, 05
Mecne, Vicior 53, 95
Macinehean, Bernard 41. 91
Macinrhean, Bill 45, 55, 91
Mecirrahean, Roger 50
McCurcheon, Wayne 12, A5
McDaniel, Mary Lee 53, 57
Mennwell, Lynda 27, 45, 55, 55, 57, 74
Manewell, Nancy 11, 16, 24, 27, 30, 32, 37,
57, 50, 61, 52, 54, 55, 57, 70, 72, 74, 75,
McGill, Elizabeth 15, 41
McHenry, Mary Jane 12, 41, 57
Mclnrire, Barbara 54
Mclntire, Bill, 50, 52, 95, 101
McKinneY, Francis 54
McMillion, Eddie 11,
MeMillien, Joe 50
McMilIinn. Reya 14, 50,55
Malcolm, Cora Belle 23, 3
Marks, Billy 45
Marks, Danny ll, 41
Marks, Roberla 50
Bealr ioe 45
Manin, Holden 45, 69
Marlin, Loreda 41
Marvin, Lerelra 41
Raymond 17, 41, 43, 54, 55, 75,
41, 57, 55, 52, 54, 55,
0, 55, 51, 55
Martin, Thelma 12, 30, 67
Maxon, Joe 54
Maxon, Mary sue 41, 55, 52, 54, 55, 57, 70,
Malhenyr Connie 50, 66
Maynard, Mona 14, 54
Maynard, Reba 53
Meaaewa, Wa ne 50
Milei, OkBY 20, 50
Mllea, Richard 41, 90
Miller, Franke 9
Mills, Genice 45
Mink, John W. 15, 13, 45, 91
Mellehan, Shirley 19, 30
Monroe, Marie 53
Monroe, Martha 53
Moore, Benny 45
Moore, Carolyn 50, 55
Meera, Carolyn Sue 50
Moore, Colin 53, 95
Moore, Elizabeth 50
Moore, Hilda 54
Maare. Irvin 30, 37, 55, 117, 90, 93, 74
Moore, Jack 50
Moore, John A5
Moore, Jonne 13, 50, 55
Moore, Nelson 45, 71
Moore, Sieve 41
Morelli. Lee 53
Morris, Dennis 50
Morris, Donald 50
Morris, James 11, 30
Merrie, Jimmy 45
Morrix, Jo Ann 41
Morrii, Lois 41
Merrie, Ralph 14
Morris, Sharon 31
Morris, lhurl 15, 45
Morris, wanda 20, 31
Morris, Wayne 50
Morrison, Alden 53
Morrison, Barbara 45, 66
Morrixoh, Frances 20, 31, 57, 72
Morrison, Jewel 50, 56
Morriuon, Alice 11, 19, 20, 31. 37, 61, 53, 66,
67, 70, 74, 77, el, 55, as
Mcrrislon, Joan 41, 66, 67, 70, 71
lvlerren, Eleanor 2, ll, 20. 111, 32, 52, 54, 55,
67, 73, 74, 77, 80, 86, 58
Moses, Dana 50
Mounls, Katherine 50
Meurey. Derarhy 20, 31
MoureY, Nine Bell 50
Mullins, Gale 20, 31, 90, 93
Mullins, Galen 50
Mullins, Judy 53, 55
Mullins, Rite 50
Mnrahy, Carolyn 23, 31, 72, 76
MurDl'lY, Frank 45
Murphy, Jeanrlaan 50
Murphy, John 0, 45, 55
Murphy, Johnny 50, 54, as
Murphy, Judy Kay 11, 41, 67, 71, 74
Murphy, Lena Sue 20, 32
MurraY, Gail 50
Murray, Gary 32
Neff, carel 45
Neff, Charlene so
Neil, Alden 50
Neil, Narelel 50
Neil, Lacy 50
Neil, Reber, 45, 69
Neil, Sarah 45, 50, 55, 67
Niahelaa, Kennelh 45
Nieharaa, Larry 50
Niehalaa, Sharon 50
Nichols. Donna Kay 53
Nichols, Nicky la. 41. 43, 70, 90, 102, 103
Nicholx, Penny 12, 15, 24, 27. 32, 40, 55, sa,
54, 55, 57, 70, 72, 74, 77, al, 57, ea
Nichols, sandra 11, 32, 53, 55, 57, 70, 77, al,
Nickoll, Reqer 50
Nicoxia, Charles 9, 57, ss
Nerman, J, D. 15, 45
Nunley, Belly Jo 50
Nuller, Allen 45
Nuiler, Barbara 14, 41, 95
Nulrer, Larry 50, 68
Nurrer, Nellie 45, 66
Nuiier, Sue 41, 57, 61, 67, 70
Nurrer, Sylvia 45
O'DeIl, Jeyea 54
O'Dell, Kermit 31
o'0el1, 15y,ell 45, 5s
o'0ell, Mary Ann 46
O'Dell, Norma Jane 41, 57. 55, 57, 71
o'0e11, Pearl 32
o'15al1, Ronney 45, 57
O'DeII, Sharon 46
Ogden, Marie 50. 55
oliyer, Frank so
Osborne, 0a1e 41, 91
Painter, Bnline 50, 95
Painler, Elizabelh 50, 66
Palmer, Jean 41, 67, 70
Painler, Perry 51, 66, 75
Madalene 41. 55, 67
r, Ruby 41, 55, 67
1, Barbara sue 51
5, Bill 54
e, Jaalr 11, 16, la, 32, 55, 70, 72, 76
91, 96, 100
Perkin, Jean 54
Perrine, Charlulle A1
Perrine, David 20, 32
Perrine, Rnih 9, 64
Perrine, Twyla 51
Perrine, William 54
Phillips, Richard 54
Piraenberaer, Helen v
Pireenzaerger, Henry 9, 1
Piisenberqer, Joe 54, 95
Panrier, Jaaeph, Jr. 51
Ponrier, Sammy 53
Poole, Bernard 9, 41, 52, 94, 95, loo
Poole. Frances 9. 55
Prarer, Ralaerr 20, 33, 91, 93, 97
1-raiher, Jens 51
Preaal, csaymana 41
Price, Delores, 12, 33, 67
Preffin, Cathy 46
Prerrirr, Errel Al
wsimer, James 45, 51
P'simer, Patricia 53
Pugh, Teresa 45, 57, sa, 55, 57, 74
Querreyr Glen 41
Runner! 51, 32, 95
A en, 54, 5
Belle ll, Ab, 47, 57,
seeaie 57, 55
Helen 42, 67
Kathryn 57, 55
leader, Layne 53, e4, as
Radar, Mack 46
Rader, reirrh, 14, 20, 33, 61
Rader, Shirley 46
Raleigh, ROY 51
Rarneey, Forrest 11, 33, 57,
Ramsey, Gary 1111
Rameey, Gary 171 54
rzamaey, Jane Il
Ramsey, Sandra 54
Rapp, Carlos 11, 20, 33, 55,
Rapp. Jerry 5a
Rapp, John 46, 90
RaPP, Russell 51
Ray, Nancy 42, 55, 57, 70,
Richardson, Jackie 42
Richmond, Amos 541
Richmond, Meredith 42
Richmond, Robert 54
Rife, John 33
Rife, Mrrriarie 45, 55, 55, 67
Raffle, Paul 53
Rirehie, Gene za, 33, 102
Rirehie, George 33, 55, 90, 92,
Rirehie, Robert 46
lzearra, Ramona S1
Roark, nelly 33
Rearlr. Nancy 54
lzeark, sua 45, 55, 55, 67
Relaerrs, Franklin 51
Relaerra, Freddy 45, 90, 91
70, 72, 77,
Reberie, Freddy K. 46
Robinxon, Halen 51, 57, 66
Rodebaugh, Shirley 45, 71
Rogers, Brenda 51, 55. 55
Peeere. Jernee ns, 42. 90. 102. 103
Rogers. xerhryn 12, 46
zegere, Wade 12, 33. 102. 103
Regen, wener. 17. 19. 42. 97. 100. 103
Rohrnillel, Priscilla 13. 51. 55
1ze11ine. Brenda 42, 57. 55
Peliine, Palricia 42, 55, 55
neee, Nancy 54
Rose. edne 46
izeee. Elsie 42
mere, Geraldine 51
Peee. Jerry, 15, 42
izeee, Nancy 40, 45, 55, 59, 55
izeee, Sharon 51
vzeeeeii, Bernice 51
1-rueeeii, Beverly 45, 57, 55, 67
1zueee11, ueieree 33, 61, 70
Rueeeil, Marlene 4'Me11," 42, 61
Pueeeil. Wanda 51
Puriedee, ciieriee 46
Samples, Thelma 45, 71
sernexes, Velda 42
seveee, Denvar 46
seveee, Donna 51
seneeierefi, Wilma 45, 55, 67
Seagraves, Jerry 54
seeeeir, Charles 53
seeerr, Barbara 45, 55
seberr, nereld 51
Szbert. Mer, 12, 45, 55, 67
Anna lea 41. 66, 67
snefferf cere1,n 51
snefier, freneee 51
sneffer. Lorelta 51
sneienhcennein 45. 57, 71
sne,er, Cora 42, 74
snenen. Bennie 42, 51, 55, 57
Roland 51 69
Simms, Virginia 9
anne. Lynda 42, 55. 57, 73. 74
skegee, Deen 5s
sireeee, oeieeri 46
Skaggs, Fred I2
, Irene 10, 63
skeeee, Karen 51, 55
Smallwood, Donna 54
Smallwood, lloYd 51
Smith, Anne 20, 33, 76
srrnrn, cieude. Jr. 51, 95
snnirh. seie 53
Smith, Harriet 42. 55, 51, 55, 57, 70, 71
srnirn, Martha 10
srnire. M,r11e IO
snedereee, nerr Lue 15, 42, 52, 55, 57, 70
Snodgrass, snirley 51, 55
s ade Richard 51
seerxe, Bill 45, 57, sa
Sparks, Geraldine 45, 55, 67
seerie, Mereene 11, 34. 57, 51, 55, 67, 76
spefire, Phyllis 5, 11, 42
seerire. Re, 33, 69
sperke, Reginald 45. 69
seerke, Violet 42, 51, 61, 55, 57, 70
5rrie1r1end, Gene 15. 45, 52, 90. 103
Strickland, Lonnie 20, 51, 50
sirieiriend, Neno, 11. 23. 32. 34. 37, 55, 54,
66, 67, 72, 77, 87
Strickland, Paul 42, 5s
sirieklend, Rutha 10, 70
srrieuend. sern 2. 17, 34, 55, 55, 50, 52,
54. 75, ei, 07, as
Stull, Wendell 41
surnrnere, Barbara 10. 15. 55
surnrnere. Jee 15, 20, za, 34, 35, 37, 77, ei,
as, 91, 93, 94, 102
surnnrere, Mary Ann 13, 51, 52, 55, 50
Summers, Van 16, 42, 43, 62, BB, 91, 97, 100,
Sweeney, Jean Ann 34, 57
5,1rer. Leie Jean 42
ieieerr, Mavis 42
Taylor, Barbara 45
re,1er. Ben, AY
Taylor. Brenda 14, 51
1e,1er, Jerry 54
Taylor. Peuie 11, 40, 45, 47, 55, 59, 55, 74
1e,1er, Pearl 54
izeeerr 45. 5a
Taylor, nernie 14, 51
reyier. ae, 46
1e,1er, Russell 34
1e,1er. zelrne 53
rerry, Harold 53
rhernee, Carolyn 51
ceeii 12 46
rnernee, James 46
rnenree, Leona 53
rnernee, Linde 45. 67
rnernes, Mary 51
rrrernee. Peui 54. 95
rherneeen, Barbara 51
rnernpeen, 1-iereid :15, 59, 90, 92, 94
Thompson, James 11, 46, 91, 102, 103
rnernfeen, Mary Rose 20. 35
rannel. Heien 42
Tinnel, Party 51
Tinnel, Violet 13, 51
TinneYr Busaer ll. 43
rinney, Jerry 51
Tinney, Peui 54
'iinnig3Prieei11e 40, 42, 55, 59, 55, 70, 52, 04,
rerniineen. nelene 51
rrenr, Betle 45, 55, 53, 55, 71
118711, Dixie 20, 32, 35
rrenv, Jackson 54
rrenr. larry 54, 95
rreni, Par 13, 51, 55
rrirneie. Mike 11. 15. 16.91, 103
Triplett, Hedgie 35, 11
Tucker, Charles 14, 43, 5a
Tucker. Jenn 51
r,1er. James 53
Tyler, Julia 43
Wallun. Utah 20, 36
Ward. Eddie 54, 95
Ward. Keith 46
Ward, Lillian 54
werd. Linde 51
werd. Melvin 43
werd. Paula 13. 20, 51. 55
werd. izienerd 51
Ward, Pereerre 51
were Ruth 43
Ward, Sandra 46, 57, 71
weuen, Perririe 51
Wells, c, P, 5
Wextfall. Janet 11. 15. 23. 24. 32, :15, 55,
50, 54, 55, 57, 70, 72, 74, 77
Wheelef, .lanel 66
Wheeler, Mariorie 51
wneeier, Sharon lb
White. 5511, 46
Whiier Crveiel 51
White, Darrell 51
wnire, neirne 20, 36
White, Eddie 53
While, Helen 51, 55
White, Jerr, 51, 95
whire, Judy 54
White, June 36
While, linda 51
wnire. Mary Louise 53
Whitt, llalDl1 46
White, Ronda 20. 51. 56, 66
Rosalee 13, Sl
wn,ree11. E,e1ene 52
Wiblin, Clarence 16, 43, 71
wieiin, Lula 37, 43, 53, 55, 67, 70, 71, 7B
Wiblin, neee Ann 13, 52, 55, 52, 34, 55
Carolyn 11, 46, 56. 66
Williams, Bob 52
Williams, Leonard 54
Williams, Mar are! 52
Miigliell 52. 95. 101
Pee , 54
Williams: Sangra 45, 55, 67
wsinrern, Mary 10, 70
Wilson. Charles 52
Wilson. cneerer 46
r Harold 16
ary 11, 15. 41, 43, 57. 50, 50, 55
winden. sen, 52
Windon. Jean 52
wlsemen, Carolyn 53, 66
wieernen, Charles 45, 90
wieennen, Nancy 14, 20, 52
wmrrew. Ernest 45, 47
wirnrew. linda 20, 52
Woods, Helen ll, 18, 46
JerrY 11 36
Woods, Margaret lb
Woodx, Milton 12
weeds. Nelda 54
weeds. Newman 52
weeeef Paul 15, 43, 71
Tyree, Agnes 11, 35, 35, 37, 63, 55, 57, 70
Charlene 11, 45, 57, 55, 67
1,ree-1 Helen 20
r,ree, Martha Jean 18. 32. 35
werkrnen, David 52
Workman, Eugene 12, 36
werirrnen, Mural 43
Worlledger cneerer 52, 55, 91
sneneer. c-ereia 51
spinue, Hilda 42
seinke, Sylvia 54
srery, xerrnn 51
Slaty, William 33
srerener. Barbara 10. 20. 34
srerener. sruee 53
srerener. Mildred 42, b7
sreeneneen, Carolyn 51
sieeneneen. lane 45, 71
5re,ene. oaene 53
s1e,ene, Jo Ann 54
sreur, Gary 15. 17, 20, 34, 35, 91, 92
sreur. Roy 45, 57
Stover. Belly 33, 66
Stover. Gale 33, 69
Stover. Helen 46, 66
Srowers. Nancy 20, 51
sireder, sen, 51
srreder, sue 19, 42
Strickland, Alice 10, 64
Strickland. Barbara I0
Uriderwuod. Pen, Sl
venrernp, Dannv 51
veee. Bobbie Leu 51
veugnen. Merenen 51
veuenr, Gladys 5
vieuere. Deieerr 14, 51
Vickers, Gene 12, :15
wedden, Jo Ann 55
Wagner, tgnrie, 40.45. 47. 55. 59, 55, 74, 02,
Walker, seek, 20, 51, 52, 57, 55
weiirer, Jud 46
wenrer. Llncla 54
wenrer, senere 27. 45. 55, 55, 57, 74
Wallen, Martha 45, 55, 55, 67
Walton, Judy 43
Worlledge, Sue 45, 55
wrieren, Junior 52
w,en1, Billy 52
veune, Allen 52, 53, 95
Voun9, Beulah 46
Young, Brenda 43, 55, 70
Young, Daniel 53
Young, Frank 36. 37, 42. 65, 70
Young, Herber! 53
Yeung, Irene ie, :12, 35, 55
Young, James 52
Young, Janet 14, 54
Yeung, Joe 95
Young. Juanita 43, 55
Voulw. Judy 46, 57, 66, 67
Young. Lewrenee 15. 43, 70, 91, 100
Young, lrlnn 52. 66
Young, P ,me 46
Rebecca 53, 57
The ioyful exciting time is over, the big tent floats reluctantly
to the well trodden ground. As the heart of the small child is sud-
denly saddened by the departure of the circus and all the wonder
that goes with it, so our hearts are saddened as the stakes are pulled
from the earth and we head for the world of decisions, tension, suc-
cesses, and failures. A familiar sight at the big top, the clown, under-
neath the white pained face, and the cheery red smile, also feels
a pang of sadness as he removes the grease paint and dons his place
in society leaving behind the icy, laughter, and merriment of the
ring. But the friends he made, all the fun and the lessons he learned,
linger in his mind as he turns to say farewell to our "Big Top" and
travel on to another stop.
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