North Davidson High School - Nordahi Yearbook (Lexington, NC)

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III! V Harriette Evans--EDITOR Richie Leona rd- - ASSISTANT EDITOR Jane Michael--BUSINESS MANAGER Mrs. Alex Hinkle--ADVISOR Jour Goforfu years 7-i orecuor cf For the year 1965-1966 the NORDAHI Staff has chosen as its theme: " Four Colorful Years at North Davidson HighSchooL " These were years spent in diligent study; years that passed like brief hours in comparison with our life span; years filled with joys and sorrows, hopes and fearSo The purpose of this book is to retain in tangible form memories of experiences and friendships acquired during these years. More¬ over, it is to depict not merely the everyday happenings of work and play during the year 1965-1966, but also the colorful events that surrounded individuals. Seniors will long cherish the silver of new friendships, the gold of old friendships; and they will always remember with tears and smiles the COLORFUL years spent at North Davidson High School. 2 Color Guard: FIRST ROW--J. Smith, J. Edwards, M. Wagner, and L. Wagner. SECOND ROW--S. Reid, K. Rector, K. Spangler, P. Everhart, R. Everhart, J. Speaks, and D. Zimmerman. Our Cfl ma JKaier Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, We will ever love you dear. In our hearts we ' ll always cherish Memories of yesteryear. May our Black Knights rise to glory, Ever keep our standards high. v ... v - ' ;- . ’ r4 Faithful we will be forever, Hail to thee, North Davidson High. Seniors treasure the memory of these four years . . . carefree . . . busy . . . COLORFUL. From verdant Freshmen to seasoned Sophomores; from active Juniors to persevering Seniors-- these are the steps by which the Class of 1966 has come Goforfuf Personafities Administration Gurricufum Gtasses Participation Organizations Aihfetics Services Coents deatures Student L ife Achievements C Advertisements JDY LEONARD DAVID NIFONG Displaying the high scholastic ability of the North Davidson High School students are Ray Brinkley, Judy Leonard, and David Nifong as they participated on the High Point tele¬ vision Classroom Kwiz Show. After defeating Thomasville Senior High School and Stoneville High School, these stu¬ dents returned home victorious with two trophies. At ifetes an cf Scfio ans Just the right amount of chemicals are properly mixed to enable Randy Vaughn, David Weaver, Andrew Weavil, and Mike Robbins to solve their scientific problems. Vickie Wood, Suzanne Hege, Phil Berrier, Greg Berrier, and Brenda Ward discover that working on the yearbook can be fun as well as work. 6 NO SMOKIN ' It is an exciting moment that stretches into a long even¬ ing, when Wagner boards the bus to begin a long ride to Dobson for the 2-A regional championship playoffs. " Practice makes perfect " or so say the North Davidson girls ' basketball team as they begin working hard for another championship title. Our Opponents Oreen with C non. Once again the referee ' s hands go up to indicate another touchdown for the North Davidson J.V. football team. 7 " The true purpose of education is to cherish and unfold the seed of immortality already sown within us; to develop, to their fullest extent, the capacities of every kind with which the God who made us has endowed us. " These words, spoken by Mrs. Jameson, could well be applied to North Davidson High School during the year 1965-1966. Through active participation in class work, athletics, clubs, and organizations, students gained valuable knowledge and experience that enabled them to develop in a fourfold manner--mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually. A typical school day always begins with a friendly smile and an armful of books. : F.F.A. initiation is entertaining, not only for the members A pep meeting in the gymnasium furnishes the students an but also for the student body, who enjoy the lusty singing by opportunity to show true school spirit. ■ these candidates. . into the Deep hones of an Autumn School Dap No matter what the occasion, students always find time for refreshments. Shelia Newsome, Barbara Koontz, Keith Charles, and Craig Hinkle be¬ lieve the sun can cause smiles even on a Monday morning. Rousing the school citizenry by cap¬ tivating posters is done by Stokes Hege, Jeff Tuttle, and Paula Swain. Dispelled u JB ue ddo up Jits 12 fai l ij-ul ij C or .: ' £ecf. Our students have varied opportuni¬ ties for development in music, in study, and in play. 14 Gin d Gfien Game the G) fit nine Goaf of Graduation 2 5908 00585283 0 15 9n J ' yecoyniiion Uime . . . Dedication Mr. Don Palmer is a genuine teacher and a perceptive coach. His character reveals the power of example, the virtue of patience, the dignity of simplicity, and the success of perseverance. His contribution to North Davidson can be measured not only by his numerous winning teams and a splendid array of trophies, but also by less known, but equally outstanding, deeds of service for the students and also for the teachers. We are proud to have Mr. Don Palmer at North Davidson High School. 16 The faculty, students, and administration often look to Mr. Teal for guidance. Ready to render his services at any time, he is always available if they need his help. ur ( o- oz ' dz ' natoz s I— ' Mr. Teal and Phil are often confronted with many problems. Together, they try to help the students in any way they can. They are constantly striving for better school life. 5 hil Berrier daily performs many services othe students of North Davidson. Along with lerving as President of the student body, he mesides over the assembly programs and is n charge of the concession stand at break nd at basketball games. 17 wins 19 tcfministration Mr. E. L. Brown Superintendent of Davidson County Schools Mr. Clate F. Huffman Assistant Superintendent of Davidson County Schools Mrs. Carl Brinkley Supervisor of Davidson County Schools COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION . Box 53, Welcome, N. C. Route 7, Lexington, N. C. . . . . Thomasville, N. C. Route 5, Lexington, N. C. .Denton, N. C. Mr. Robert L. Ripple, CHAIRMAN . Mr. Clarence Sink, VICE CHAIRMAN Mrs. C. L. White. Mr. W. H. Boone. Mr. I. Tom Johnson. NORTH DAVIDSON SCHOOL BOARD Route 10, Lexington, N. C. Box 186, Welcome, N. C. Route 8, Lexington, N. C. Mr. John Hedrick, CHAIRMAN . . . Mr. John J. Perryman, SECRETARY Mr. Clyde Zimmerman. 20 c5 ' choof Officials These three administrators hold the guiding reins of the school in their capable hands. Daily they solve the numerous problems which confront teachers and students. Tirelessly and unceas¬ ingly, they endeavor to make our school better in every way. With their wisdom and understand¬ ing, these three have played a major role in making ' ’four colorful years. " Mr. James O. Teal, principal B.S., Wake Forest College M. Ed., Appalachian State Teachers College Mr. J. L. Gathings, assistant principal, A.B., University of South Carolina Mrs. Joe Berrier, secretary Draughon Business College Mr. Gathings, Mr. Teal, and Mrs. Berrier constantly strive to improve all phases of our school life. think 21 Mr. Lewey A lexander B.S., M.A.. Appalachian State Teachers College Miss Maggie L. Barney B.S. Catawba College Mr. Glenn Bemisderfer B.A., M.A. University of Virginia Mr. Charles Bennett A.B., Appalachian State Teachers College Miss Diane Bowers B.A. Meredith College Miss Lucille Bowers B.S. Catawba College Miss Joyce Collie A.B. Meredith College Mrs. Bill Cook B.S. High Point College Mr. Kenneth Drum B.S., M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College 22 Mrs. Charles Hales B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College Mr. Charles Hales B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College Mr. Frank Hamilton B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. John Hanes A.B. Pfeiffer College Mr. C. R. Hill B.S. N. C. State University Mr. C. V. Hilton B.S. N. C. State University Mrs. C. H. B. Leonard B.S. Wake Forest College Mrs. Robert Motsinger A.B. High Point College Mr. Don Palmer B.S., M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. H. E. Parker B.S. East Carolina College Mrs. Ralph Proto A.B. Lenoir Rhyne College Mrs. B. H. Revelle, Jr. A.B. High Point College Mrs. Don Sebastian A.B. High Point College Mr. Thomas Snider A.S., Appalachian State Teachers College Mrs. Carroll Spivey Master of Music Degree Conservatory of Music of Cincinnati Mr. Carroll Spivey A.B. Wofford College Mr. C. B. Tucker B.S. Clemson University Mrs. Robert Voyles A.B. University of North Carolina at Greensboro ( Juk a ance Mr. Joe Widenhouse B.S. High Point College M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Mrs. W. S. Wright A.B. Duke University Mr. Widenhouse has advanced and enlarged the services of the guidance department at North Da¬ vidson High School. His willing¬ ness to help anyone desiring his ef¬ forts is greatly appreciated by the students. _ JeacRers GauyA m [Rare 26 27 O urricut ' im Each student has a great desire to be successful in his life ' s work. Even though he may occasion¬ ally stray from his objective, he is continually absorbing the culture of past civilizations and profitingfrom their successes and failures. The curriculum is so designed to meet the needs of individual students and to train them to be useful members of society. The North Davidson High School student can satisfy his interests and pre¬ pare himself for college, business, or industry. " Among the purposes of a society should be, to try to arrange for a continuous supply of work at all times and seasons. " Pope Leo XIII Dramatics is a course which gives the student a chance to perform. Jiff St rive cf to CPerfect uC JIie DCin s Cjncjfish Im •{ m V 1 Every student is helped to develop skill in clear thinking, effective communication, and correct usage of the ' King ' s English ' through the effec¬ tive teaching that is portrayed in the English department at North Davidson High School. The importance of correct punctuation, sentence structure, spelling, and composition are aimed to meet the needs of each student. English Department Teachers-- Mrs. Hinkle Mrs. Wright Mrs. Proto Mrs. Voyles Mrs. Spivey Mr. Hales Mrs. Motsinger 28 I North Davidson offered an English V course to the Seniors who were enrolled in the college curriculum. The literary styles of authors and advanced composi¬ tion were studied in detail. Students were taught on an advanced high school level, so as to better prepare them for college work. Members of the journalism class learned the formats necessary for publi¬ cation of the KNIGHT NEWS. North Da¬ vidson is very proud of the English cur¬ riculum it offers the students. and Communicate in drench and Spanish The study of French is an integration of linquistic skills, cultural knowledge, and attitudes of understand¬ ing and appreciation of other people. The principal objective is communication. Students taking French are encouraged to study the language at least three years, and preferably four. French was offered to Freshmen for the first time this year. It is the basic intent of the Spanish department to teach oral communication based on sequential, useful, and everyday level situations with the aid of a new approach in the program LA FAMILLA FERNANDEZ, which consists of movies, tape recordings, filmstrips, and two texts developed by Dr. John Oiler in collaboration with the Department of Education of the Republic of Mexico. Through varied oral and written exercises the language is made apart of the student ' s experience. tlalii.. C xce Tent Jlicitfi ancf Science (courses All of the mathematical terms have a special meaning for the students who enrolled in a mathematics class. Students struggled dili¬ gently through algebra, plane and solid geom¬ etry, and general maths, but only the most industrious tackled the mathematical un¬ knowns of advanced algebra and trigonome¬ try. Students soon discovered that you never enter Mr. Alexander ' s class without a slide rule. Math Teachers-- Mr. Alexander Mr. Gathings Mr. Hilton Mr. Snider Most sophomores find themselves in a geometry class for one hour each day. Developed luture Hips icis is and ( ny neers North Davidson High School students now living in an age of atomic power and space explorations are preparing themselves for life in a highly motivated scientific world. Taking nothing for granted, they have tested theories by experiment and observation. They have realized the significance of sci¬ ence in daily living and thus challenged the field of physical science, chemistry, biol¬ ogy, physics, and advanced biology. Science Teachers— Mr. Bemisderfer Mr. Hamilton Mrs. Leonard Miss L. Bowers 31 Mrs. Revelle Mrs. Sebastian Mr. Drum Social Studies Teachers-- Mrs. Proto Mrs. Motsinger Mr. Tennyson Jones The regular classes in civics, geography, economics and sociology, United States his¬ tory, and World history have taken the stu¬ dents on many informative, interesting, and imaginary trips to the far corners of the earth. Through the mediums of books, news¬ papers, map construction, projects, radios, televisions, panel discussions and debating, the past has been explored and a glance into the future has been taken. J J upi s 5fuc iecf J J ast Coen s for Juture O eference 32 VJ us ness 7 oomecf at CTor ti Oauicfs son Business Teachers-- Miss D. Bowers Miss Collie Miss Barney Realizing the importance of skillful training, many students took advantage of the business education courses at North Davidson High School. Typewriting, bookkeeping, shorthand, and office practice trained students for future efficiency in the business world. Several students gained experience in secretarial work by serving as teacher and office assistants. Girls found a " home-away-from-home " in the home economics department at North Davidson High School. The curriculum included sewing and cloth¬ ing care, cooking and food nutrition, personality de¬ velopment, parent-child relationships, child care, and home management. Through the development of practical homemaking units, the students learned to plan and work cooperatively, to get along with people of their own age, and to solve both personal and homemaking problems. feminine 7mcnjinciiions Greaiecfthe 7)omesiic Home Economics Teacher Mrs. Parker 1 L7 Xim HttM iB r • i M MM 7 (Ohife JITciscu ine JKinc s CPoncferecf (he hndustriaf Mr. Hill Agricultural Teachers— Mr. Tucker Many boys took advantage of the vocational train¬ ing courses offered in the curriculum at North Davidson High School. These courses adequately prepared them for future vocations. In the agri¬ cultural department, boys were trained for sci¬ entific farming and for farm management. Clas¬ ses were held in maintenance of farm machinery, woodworking, and the industrial arts. Shop stu¬ dents constructed many useful products as well as learned the care and proper use of tools. 35 St ' rJs ancf Jjoys CBenefitecf Ctreatfu in Sports- mans up from U ieir iCjusica Ccfucation Courses " To have striven, to have made an effort, to have been true to certain ideals—this alone is worth the struggle. " Sir William Osier This quote is most fitting for the physical education department since it emphasizes the necessity of fair play, good sportsmanship, the fundamentals of health and hygiene, and physical fitness. Through participation in individual and team activities, muscular skills and body co-ordinations have been developed. Physical Education Teachers- Mr. Palmer Mr. Pete Jones Mrs. Cook SCORER The techniques of driving a car are taught to Jeff Tuttle by the driver education instructor, Mr. Spivey, while Steve Grubb and Joel Tuttle take the positions of observers. B. censes CJere Dew arc s Jor Drivers Draining Mr. Spivey poses beside his car before he begins a busy day. One of the most popular courses at North David¬ son High School was driver training taught by Mr. Carroll Spivey. Sponsored by the state of North Carolina, the course consisted of thirty hours of classroom study and six hours of driving for each student. The course began with a study of the automo¬ bile itself and other important safety rules. The much-anticipated driving period taught students driving technique, smooth starting and stopping, parking, turning, and driving on busy highways. After passing the state test, the stu¬ dent received the coveted license. 37 oiii ers The North Davidson High School chorus functions in order to foster an understanding of music through study, to share an under¬ standing of music with others through perfor¬ mance, and to encourage the development of musical talent among North Davidson High School students. Teacher and Sponsor—Mrs. Spivey. MEMBERS--FIRST ROW--D. Leonard, Snyder, John¬ son, Hiatt, Railey, A. Berrier, M. Kepley, Hinkle. SEC¬ OND ROW--Stone, Poole, C. Leonard, McGlamery, Mar¬ ble, B. J. Kepley, Hedrick, L. Pardew, Craver. THIRD ROW--Hanes, Hutchins, Foster, Byerly, Lawson, Boat- right, Rita Everhart, M. Andrews, E. Thomas, McAlpine. FOURTH ROW--Long, Myers, Jack Leonard, Beason, J. Berrier, Ward, Jeanne Leonard, T. Pardew, Bates, H. Andrews. FIFTH ROW--Wilkins, S. Leonard, Miller, K. Wagner, Helms, D. Wagner, Sink, Oman. SIXTH ROW-- Darr, Mize, Ronnie Everhart. Not Pictured--Alan Ber¬ rier, White, B. Thomas, Freeman, T. Bryant, R. Bryant. 38 Jhe XZLtfcS Hand in Cftdion . . Directing . . . Performing at halftime of football game . . . Leaving for Dobson . . . - Twirling . . . Playing the National Anthem . . . Leading . . . Making preparations for halftime show at Piedmont Bowl . . . lose W o 3ecf. . . The Band was put into the curriculum for the first time this year. As a result, the performances were much better, the membership increased, and the quality of the playing and marching improved. The N. D. Band participated in five parades, in Band Day at Wake Forest College, and presented an annual spring concert. For the third year in a row, the band accepted their invitation to the Sun Fun Festival at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Chief Majorette-Harriette Evans, Band Director- Tennyson Jones, and Drum Major-Franklin Smith work many hours planning football halftime shows, routines for parades, and music for concerts. The above pose of them is a familiar one, especially dur¬ ing football season. M a j o r et t e s--Harriette Evans-Chief, Penny Wagner, Smith, Cassandra Thomason, Alice Thomason, Linda Jackie Brandon, Carolyn Jones, Jane Ripple, Sharon Clodfelter, Paula Swain. ' IL «t ivy v I x „ M wm ' Hi L Band Members--FIRST ROW--Craver, Reid, Hinkle, Trantham, M. Everhart, Martin, Hege, Koontz, J. Hill. SECOND ROW--Evans--Chief Majorette, C. Thomason, S. Smith, Jones, A. Thomason, L. Clodfelter, Paula Swain, Ripple, Wagner, J. Brandon, F. Smith--Drum Major. THIRD ROW--Walters, Pat Swain, Watts, Law- son, Saunders, Miller. FOURTH ROW--Teal, A. Foltz, Welch, K. Simms, E. Hill, Gallagher, Crater. FIFTH ROW--Lynn, Berrier, K. Clodfelter, Largen, J. W. Simms, Speaks, J. Foltz, Sink, Kimel. SIXTH ROW-- Payne, D. Brandon, Charles, Griggs, Linville, Boden- heimer, Townsend, Spivey, Gibby. SEVENTH ROW-- Burrows, Culler. 41 Glasses A man is no better than his word; a school is no better than its constituents. Divided into four classes, these 825 students were the foundation for every activity of North David¬ son High School. Determined to become an integral part of life in the school, the ambitious freshmen got a head start to success with the honor of being the largest freshman class to enter these portals. The sophomores balanced their program with participation in clubs, in sports, in music, and with distinction in scholarship. With a year of orientation behind them, they proved that they could compete successfully with the upper classmen. The juniors, too, enjoyed a year of activity, highlighted by a successful magazine sale and the big Junior- Senior prom, which was dedicated to the seniors. The seniors polished their last year at North Davidson High School with many special events of their own, including a unique mascot contest and the purchasing of their class rings, symbols of achievement. The climax of twelve years of accomplishment for each senior was triumphant graduation. erseoennq cS eniors Senior Class Officers-- SEATED--Loretta Craver- Secretary, Sharon Ellerbe- Treasurer. STANDING-- Ted Wagoner-President, David Nifong-Vice President. 42 BUDDY BOATRIGHT RAY BRINKLEY MARIANNE BRITTAIN 43 ROBERT BRYANT TREVA BRYANT DOROTHY BYERLY ROBERT BYERLY STEVE BYERLY BECKY CARTER DONALD CECIL RITA CECIL JAMES CLINARD 44 FRANCES CLODFELTER LINDA CLODFELTER KENNETH COLSON ROBERT CORNATZER LINDA C RAVER LORETTA CRAVER SUE CRAVER ALVIN DANIELS CHUCK DARR 45 JIMMY DAVIS BOBBY DENTON STEVE DOSS GAIL ESSICK JACKIE ESSICK LINDA ESSICK 46 ROBERT ESSICK VICKI ESSICK WAYNE ESSICK CALVIN EVANS HARRIETTE EVANS DIANE EVERHART JUDY EVERHART LARRY EVERHART RITA EVERHART 47 RONNIE EVERHART STEVE EVERHART JANE FOLTZ DARELL FREEDLE CHARLES GALLOWAY RICHARD GALLOWAY ANN GOOCH BRUCE GOODMAN STEVE GRUBB 48 LINDA HANDY DIANE HANES NELL HANES TOMMY HARPER JEAN HARTLEY OLIVIA HARTMAN STOKES HEGE SUZANNE HEGE EDDIE HELMS 49 MARIE HEPLER GARLAND HILL GENE HILL JERRY HILTON BECKY HINES LANA HINES RONNIE HINES STEVE HODGES CLARK HODGIN 50 BENNY HOOTS NANCY HOPPER KAREN JOHNSON ROBIN JONES JIM KEARNS JOHN KNIGHT CARMEL KOONTS BARBARA KOONTZ SAMMY LAMBETH 51 BONNIE LARGEN JIMMY LATHAM PEGGY LEMLY JACK LEONARD JEANNE LEONARD KATIE LEONARD RONNIE LEONARD STANLEY LEONARD CHERYL LONG 52 KAYE MARBLE SUE MASSEY JUDY McCRARY RUTH ANN McGLAMERY DAVID MENDENHALL NANCY MENDENHALL JANE MICHAEL STEVE MILLER STEVE MIZE 53 BARBARA MOCK GAIL MOCK CLIFTON MURPHY JUDY MUSGRAVE ROND A MYERS JOYCE NELSON SHEILA NEWSOME DAVID NIFONG WILLIAM ODELL 54 JIMMY OMAN DAN OWEN JUDY LEONARD PALMER TOMMY PARKER DOUGLAS PERRYMAN LINDA McBRIDE PERRYMAN DAVID POLSTON NORMA RAILEY VICKIE ROBERSON KENNETH RUMMAGE BRENDA RUSSELL BEVERLY SAINTSING GORDON SAINTSING RONNIE SAINTSING SAMMY SAUNDERS GARY SCARBRO BE NNY D. SHOAF BENNY F. SHOAF 56 VS DAVID SHOAF DONALD SIDDEN FAYE SIMERSON DONNIE SINK RONNIE SINK DONALD SOWERS BOBBY SPIVEY RICKY STEGALL DONNA TAYLOR 57 REID TESH BILL THOMAS EMILY THOMAS JIMMY THOMAS MARTHA THOMAS CASSANDRA THOMASON TONY TOWNSEND JOEL TUTTLE DAVID TYSINGER 58 GIPSY VERNON DAVID WAGNER KENNY WAGNER TED WAGONER JOSEPHINE WALL BONNIE WALSER BRENDA WARD MARY JEAN WARD LARRY WEAVER 59 RAY WELCH SAMMY WELCH CARLA WHITLEY JANE WILLIAMS ROY WILSON JANICE WOOSLEY RUTH ANN WOOTEN LARRY YOKE LEY PAULETTA YOUNG 60 CLASS FLOWER 7?e f J ose CLASS COLORS Ji ac ? and l) n ' fe CLASS MOTTO 61 l -i — j , -HJi k k JIM j ' v iri 1 ) t’iflH i an x ..-k J i nm “ i i i Tfet uni ors The Junior Class experienced an eventful year during 1965-1966. The routine of school life was enlivened by happenings which the members of the class will not soonforget. Class elections were held and the winners Greg Berrier-President, Thom Hege-Vice President, Christy Huff¬ man-Secretary, Judy Leonard-Treasurer began the direction of class activities. The magazine sale drive was held early in the year so as to begin making financial plans for the enchanted evening of the year--the Junior-Senior Prom. r J£e Cflctiue Juniors Junior Class Officers--Judy Leonard-Treasurer, Thom Hege-Vice President, Greg Berrier-President, Christy Huffman-Secretary. 66 Ann Allred Wayne Anderson Bobby Ashby John Banner Ramona Bates Connie Beck Lowell Beck Ronnie Beck Martha Beeson Billy Bemisderfer Greg Berrier Johnny Berrier Ronnie Berrier Jimmy Bowers Charles Boyd Ronnie Bryant Eddie Butner Steve Byerly James Cannon Chris Carter Eddie Church Garry Clodfelter Wanda Clodfelter 67 Gail Conrad Pat Cook Joyce Cooke Jack Coppley Judy Cowan Leslie Crater Robert Graver Henry Crotts Fred Culler Chuck Davis Lomane Davis Sharran Davis Ricky DeHart Gary Dellinger Linda Denton Sonny Disher Gbarlie Doss Judy Drake Eddie Driver Judy Essick Shelia Essick Benny Everhart Bobby Everhart 68 Elaine Everhart Judy Everhart Randy Everhart Sylvia Everhart Paul Farmer Linda Fennell Joyce Flowe Donald Flowers Linda Flowers Jane Fox Carol Franklin Freddie Franklin James Frizzell Linda Garrison Joyce Grubb Linda Haggard Betty Hanes Charles Hanes Jane Hanes Rita Hartley Pam Hartman Vickie Harvey James Hayes 69 Vickie Hedrick Thom Hege Wayne Hege Sandra Henderson Janie Hester Bobby Hill Jackie Hill Larry Hill Ronnie Hines Jay Holder Christy Huffman Steve Hunter John Hutchens Roger Hyatt Donna James Martha Johnson Carolyn Jones David R. Jones R. David Jones Steve Jones Linda Joyner Betty Kepley Sally Kinsey 70 Jimmy Koontz Michael Koontz Steve Koontz Ted Koontz Gayle Lanier Edward Lawrence Janet Lawson Buddy Lemly Jimmy Leonard Judy Leonard Paula Leonard Richie Leonard Sandra Leonard Tex Leonard Tommy Leonard Randy Lester Eunice Lineberry Linda Logan Steve Long Jayne Lynn 71 Laura Maddox Eddie Mahaffey Charles Martin Judy Mayes Cynthia McGlamery Doug Meredith Roger Mickle George Mize Larry Myers Lorica Myers Robert Nicholson Billy Nifong Cecil Nifong Richard Nifong Ronald Nifong Willa Nifong Linda Pardew Homer Parker Johnny Payne Terry Payne 72 jonnie Priquette Joel Ragan John Reid Mikie Robbins Diane Saintsing Kay Shoaf Frank Sides Gail Simmons Jack Sink Johnny Sink Pat Sink Sandra Sink Becky Smith Bonnie Smith Brenda Smith Franklin Smith 73 Kaye Smith Nancy Smith Wanda Snyder Glenn Spaugh Mike Stewart Patricia Stewart Randy Surratt Rodney Trexler Jimbo Wagner Linda Wagner Steve Walker Roger Ward David Weisner Karen Weisner Dickie Wesson Steve White Jennifer Willard Gaile Wilson Vickie Wood Bunny Young n , v V. ffefc |i V ip b A i k fi 74 Calvin Young Linda Young Sally Younts Larry Zimmerman Mike Stewart and Billy Bemisderfer dis¬ cover that teaching a class during the absence of the teacher can be challenging. Initiation of Juniors into the Monogram Club brings out the humorous nature of Homer Parker, Tex Leonard, Mikie Robbins, and Steve Hunter. Christy Huffman, John Hutchens, Lomane Davis, Thom Hege, Judy Leonard, and Greg Berrier performed many mathematical calculations to enable the magazine sale to balance. 75 Sonj2(omo res English drills, geometric figures, and foreign languages will be remembered by the sophomores as a part of their busy year. During a meeting in the fall of the year. Glenn Graver - President, Jeff Koonts-Vice President, Sally Link-Secre¬ tary, and Rena Funderburk-Treasurer were elected by their fellow classmates to guide them in their sophomore activi¬ ties. As the year drew to a close, the sophomores had made their footprints a little deeper in school life. Uhe Seas one cf Sophomores Sophomore Class Officers- -Rena Funderburk - Treasurer, Jeff Koonts-Vice President, Glenn Craver- President, Sally Link-Secretary. Glenda Alexander Terry Andrews Lonnie Ashby Brenda Banner Jimmy Beasley Gail Beck Ruth Beck Teressa Bemisderfer Anna Berrier Joan Berrier Russell Berrier John Biaso Phyllis Binkley Rebecca Binkley Paul Blake Bruce Blum Glenn Blum Janice Boatright Joyce Boatright Dianna Bowers Jackie Brandon Marlene Brewer Christine Brinkley Luzette Brinkley Roberta Brown Norman Brown Dennis Bryant Marillyn Burton Betty Lou Byerly Roy Byerly Art Caldwell Linda Carlson 77 Ineta Cherry Linda Clark Linda dinard Harrell Clodfelter Wesley Crater Glenn Craver Randy Craver Ronnie Craver Sandy Davis Vicky Ann Disher Kay Dunn Hal Essick Randall Essick Belinda Everhart Donna Everhart Moncie Everhart Patsy Everhart Rexanne Everhart Rodney Everhart Sylvia Everhart Marie Farmer Mike Farmer Beverly Fletcher Amy Foster Carlton Freedle Charles Freedle Judy Freedle Ronnie Freeman Sandra Frye Rena Funderburk Debbie Gallagher Linda Gambill 78 Jerry Gentle Pam Greenwald Frankie Gregory Diane Grubb Jerry Grubb Baxter Hanes Ronnie Hanes Roxie Hanes Linda Hatch Joe Hawkins Tommy Hayes Donald Haynes Carol Hege Shirley Hege Rene Henderson Carolyn Hepler Carol Hester Cathy Hiatt Linda Hill Vickie Hines Alexis Hinkle Bonnie Hinkle Brenda Hinkle Charles Hinkle Chuck Hinkle Craig Hinkle Teresa Hinkle Lanny Hoffman Ricky Hoffman Melvin Hollifield Eleanore Holt Judy Horton 79 Vicki Hutchens Bobby Hyatt Karen Hyatt James Irby Carolyn Ireland Elmer James Mark James Carroll Johnson Geraldine Johnson Henry Johnson Allen Jones Sue Jones til Allen Kearns Brenda Keith Molly Kepley Dwain Kimel David Kite Eddie Koonts Jeff Koonts Joel Koontz Tony Koontz Steve Lane Janice Lassiter June Latham Donna Leonard Sally Link Dwight Luck Ken Lyon Vicky Matthews Vickie Mayes Benny McCrary David McDaniel 80 Regina Mendenhall Ponzi Merritt Judy Michael James Milam Amy Miller Annette Miller Carole Mize Larry Moore Annette Myers Elizabeth Myers Wayne Myers Linda Nifong Mike Nifong Ronnie Nifong Peggy Nobles Clarence Parker Donald Payne Lydia Penry Wayne Peterson Barbara Phillips Jimmy Phillips Frankie Polston Kathy Poole Nancy Poole Lynn Porter Mary Portis Andy Potts Kim Powell George Powers Janice Presley Chipper Price Katrina Rector 8 ) Pat Reid Sue Reid Sarah Saunders Eddie Scarbro Becky Shoaf Doris Simerson Bonnie Sink Danny Sink David Smith Sharon Smith Betty Sowers Cathy Sowers Wayne Sowers Kathy Spangler Gregg Stabler Brenda Starr Sharon Stone Joe Swicegood Robert Taylor Tommy Taylor Brenda Thomas Elizabeth Thomas John Turner Gail Tussey Jeff Tuttle Randy Vaughn Keith Vernon Keith Wagner Mary Wagner Penny Wagner Betsy Walser Donna Walser 82 Wayne Wright Zona Young Glenda Younts John Walser Beverly Watts Charles Weaver David Weaver Diana Weaver Janice Weaver Wayne Weaver James Weavil Pat Westervelt James Wilkins Susie Wood Larry Wooten Sophomore Jeff Tuttle does his share of work in preparing for the annual Home¬ coming Dance. Sophomores take part in many phases of school life. TheJayvee Cheerleaders pre¬ pare to cheer their classmates onto victory. 83 jjM O resnm en Asne.- . filers to ' T Davidson High School, the ' ■ ' oh men felt ' yhat out of place for a whih.; however ;..i3 weeks passed, they ’ me familiar with the crowded halls, tardy i - ' ' air. 1 - ' ations. Those elected to oti ps at North Davidson were president; Ann Conrad, vice- president; Kathy Smith, secretary; and Scotty Dellinger, treasurer. The freshman class, having the distinction of being the largest class of its kind to enter North Davidson, made many lasting and favorable friendships and impressions on those around them. ()ercfant 7resninen Freshman Class Qfficers--Steve Evans-President, Ann Scotty Dellinger-Treasurer. Conrad-Vice President, Kathy Smith-Secretary, and 84 Dianne Ader Lewey Alexander Brice Allen Jennie Allgood Marie Andrews Kathy Bailess Judy Ball Paul Bargoil Paulette Bargoil Tony Barker Rickie Bates Ronnie Bates Larry Beck Alan Berrier (NOT PICTURED) David Barlow Craig Berrier Donna Berrier Jane Berrier Linda Berrier Sylvia Berrier Wayne Black Jimmy Bowers Nancy Brandon Charles Brewer Andy Bridges Gary Burrow Lee Byerly Tommy Byerly Linda Cabe Tony Carlson Gloria Carroll Vickie Carter Gary Casey Keith Charles Phil Chisholm Robert Clifton Rusty Clinard Debbie Coleman Ann Conrad Charles Craver Debbie Craver Karen Craver Mark Craver Mike Craver Ned Craver Toni Craver Tony Craver Perry Crotts Carlene Davis Jerry Davis Victor Davis Leu Dean DeLapp Scotty Dellinger Linda Donley Randy Doss Gary Doub John Drake Nancy Drake Donna Driver Judy Edwards Kenneth Eller Linda Eller Donna Essick Randy Essick Joey Estep Steve Evans Brenda Everhart Clarence Everhart Darrell Everhart David Everhart James Everhart Jean Everhart Linda Everhart Margaret Everhart Michael Everhart Stephen Everhart Vickie Everhart Dianna Fennell 86 Jennie Fine Minehardt Fishel Eddie Foltz Judy Foltz Carol Freedle David Freedle Steve Fritts Brenda Frizzell Billy Galloway Carl Gordon David Gregory Dale Griggs Patricia Hamby Joanne Hanes Keith Hanes Martha Hanes Peggy Hanes Linda Hardwick Mike Harper Clayton Hartley Patty Hartley Joyce Hartman Norman Haskins Deborah Hedgecock Charles Hedrick Kathy Hedrick Ronnie Hedrick Van Hege Veta Helms Cynthia Henderson David Hester Ricky Hicks Debby Hildreth Jimmy Hill Steve Hill Harvey Hinkle Linda Horton Julie Huneycutt Henry Imes 87 David Jackson Arnold James Gary Jarrett Bobby Jolly Richard Jolly Ann Jones Durwood Jones Kathy Jones Milton Jones Perry Kearns Karen Kepley Sylvia Kirby Phillip Kiser Steve Knight Tim Koontz Tony Koontz Barbara Lambeth Ricky Lanier Mike Latham Helen Lawson Joy Lawson Bobby Leonard Calvin Leonard Judy Leonard Linda Leonard Ray Leonard Shirley Leonard Travis Leonard David Link Gary Luck Jo Anna McAlpine Doug McCrary Shirley McCrary Cynthia Mahaffey Gary Mays Reed Martin Mike Martin Dwain Mendenhall Kay Mendenhall 88 Mike Mendenhall Brenda Michael Perry Michael Benny Miller Gary Miller Kent Miller Carole Ann Mize Bobby Moon Steven Morgan Doug Moseley Danny Moss Steve Musgrave Cynthia Myers Delbert Myers Kermit Myers Margaret Myers Jeanie Nelson Cheryl Nifong Dallas Nifong Patricia Nifong Terry Pardew Tommy Pardu Ruth Park Roger Pennix Beverly Perryman Jimmy Perryman Tim Perryman Shirley Peterson Tim Phelps Shirley Phillips Jean Poindexter Barry Pope Jan Proehl Ralph Proto Lynn Raines Mike Reich Florence Reid Harold Reid 89 Dorothy Rhycroft Danny Riddle Jane Ripple Layton Roach Gail Robertson Terry Rothrock Bobby Russell Pat Schlachter Keith Scott Susan Shillinglaw Jim Shipley Ann Sheaf Linda Shouse Toni Sidden Ralph Simmons Irvin Sink Gayle Smith Jo Ellen Smith Kathy Smith Sherry Smith Bobby Snyder Jerry Snyder Kay Snyder Mike Sowers Sandra Sowers Gene Spaugh Jackie Speaks Terry Speaks Ronald Spivey Johnnie Spurlin Joe Van Starbuck Tim Stewart Tom Stewart Jerry Surratt Paula Swain Gloria Swing Karen Taylor Henry Thomas Alice Thomason 90 George Trantham Jerry Tuttle Brenda Tussey Sandra Tysinger Terry Utt Neal Vernon Becky Walser Kathy Walser Rhonda Walser Shelby Walser Sylvia Walters Terry Watts Celia Whicker Ted Wilson Every Friday the physical education clas¬ ses enjoy social dancing. Initiation into the F.F.A. is really fun, judging from the happy expressions on the faces of these Freshman boys. 91 Organizations and clubs supplemented the cur¬ riculum and provided an outlet for the enthusi¬ astic spirit of North Davidson High. Each extracurricular activity, in its own way, aided in the development of students, by providing opportunities for leadership and service. As the governing body of the school, the Stu¬ dent Council furnished training in citizenship, while the Knight News and Nordahi duties pro¬ vided training in various phases of publica¬ tion. All clubs worked toward a common goal, and at the same time rendered a valuable service to the school. Ule Student Council Members--FIRST ROW—Cindy Mahaffey, Sandra Sink, Steve Evans, Beverly Fletcher, Kay Snyder, Jane Ber- rier, Jackie Brandon, Connie Beck. SECOND ROW— Alexis Hinkle, Carmel Koonts, Jane Michael, Sharon Ellerbe, Lomane Davis, Sally Link, Rena Funderburk, Vickie Wood. THIRD ROW--Ray Brinkley, Ted Wagoner, Phil Berrier, David Polston, Greg Berrier, John Knight, Roger Hyatt, Ned Craver, John Drake. FOURTH ROW-- Tex Leonard, Glenn Craver, Kim Powell, Jeff Koonts, Joel Tuttle, Robert Nicholson, Clayton Hartley, Jeff Tuttle, James Hayes. 94 The 1965-66 Student Council of North Davidson High School reiterated its aims to create and maintain high standards of citizenship and scholarship, to provide opportunity for closer student and faculty cooperation, to increase the interest of the students in school by par¬ ticipation and attendance in the school function, to provide opportunity for student participation in the management of school affairs, to pro¬ vide opportunity for students to initiate and promote activities which may deem worthy, and to insure a spirit of democracy. To carry out these ideals, the Council sponsored the Homecoming Dance and the Valentine Dance. Student Council Officers—Carmel Koonts-Secretary, j e ff Koonts-Treasurer. Phil Berrier-President, Tex Leonard-Vice President, 95 Members--FIRST ROW--Gail Linda Essick, Judy Musgrave, Leonard. SECOND ROW--Ray Mock, Judy Leonard, Loretta Craver, Richie Brinkley, Mrs. Wright, Suzanne Hege, Karen Johnson, Jane Williams, Joel Tuttle, Jane Michael, Judy Beck, Steve Grubb, Sharon Ellerbe, Mrs. Revelle, Harriette Evans, Olivia Hartman. yCaiional jfonor Society Officers—Jane Michael-V. Pres., Judy Beck-Treasurer, Jane Williams-Secretary. SEATED--Joel Tuttle-President. Sponsors-- Mrs. Revelle Mrs. Wright 96 Officers--Steve Byerly-Reporter, Suzanne Hege- Historian, Jane Michael-V. Pres., Sharon Ellerbe- Pres., Harriette Evans-Secretary, Karen John¬ son-Treasurer, Ray Brinkley-Parliamentarian. Sponsors--Mrs. Sebastian and Miss Barney. future Ueachers of America Members--FIRST ROW--Sharon Ellerbe, Jane Michael, Harriette Evans, Karen Johnson, Steve Byerly, Ray Brinkley, Suzanne Hege. SECOND ROW--Joel Tuttle, Linda Perryman, Olivia Hartman, Linda Essick, Vickie Roberson, Marianne Brittain, Carmel Koonts, Judy Mus- grave. THIRD ROW--Miss Barney, Mrs. Sebastian, Ronnie Sink, Jimmy Latham, Martha Thomas, Steve Grubb, Harry Andrews. 97 yCorcfaJii All of the problems and complications of edit¬ ing the Nordahi are solved with devoted interest and efficiency by the sponsor, Mrs. Hinkle. The staff wishes to express their many thanks for all her guidance and patience throughout the editing of the 1966 Nordahi. The Nordahi Staff is nominated by the Junior Sponsors and elected by the members of the Junior Class. After serving as assistants during the Junior year, they assume their full duties during their Senior year, with the help of newly elected assistants. Assistant Feature Editor-Christy Huffman. Feature Editor- Suzanne Hege Sports Editors--Greg Berrier-Assistant, Phil Berrier-Editor, Brenda Ward-Editor, Vickie Wood-Assistant. Assistant Business Manager-Thom Hege. Business Manager-Jane Michael Class Editors--Loretta Craver-Sr., Lomane Davis-Jr., Glenda Alexander-Soph., Minehardt Fishel- Freshman. Assistant Photographer-Jack Coppley. Photog- rapher-Joel Tuttle. Copy Editor-Wanda Clodfelter Sponsor-Mrs. Voyles, Assistant Editors—Lomane Davis, Judy Leonard, Editor--Gene Hill. Literary Editor--John Hutchens, Feature Editors --Kaye Smith, Sharon Ellerbe. Artists--Gypsy Vernon, Becky Hines, Calvin Evans. Jtnicj ii ews Class Editors—Judy Leonard, Pat Westervelt, Sue Craver, Marie Andrews. Sports Staff—Jimmy Latham, Steve Hodges. Knight News, a product of the Journal¬ ism department, is published every two weeks. The newspaper is a vital part of the school ' s life. It not only keeps the students informed about school activities, but also acts as a unifying agent, keeping patrons, communities, and other schools informed of the events of North Davidson. Staff members not only contribute their study halls to helping with the production of the paper, but often stay after school, or come early to see that the paper gets out on time. Composing Staff--SEATED--Pat Sink, Calvin Evans, Linda Es- sick. STANDING--Kaye Smith, Sharon Ellerbe, Becky Hines, Bonnie Pierce. 7( nicj it y Cews Members--SEATED--Calvin Evans, Steve Hodges, Gypsy Leonard, Becky Hines, Kaye Smith, Bonnie Pierce Sue Vernon, Jim Latham, Pat Sink, Rita Hartley, Barbara Craver, Sharon Ellerbe, Linda Essick, John Hutchens . Koontz, Sheila Newsome. STANDING--Gene Hill, Judy GfuS ,Jr. Givi tan Officers—Linda Flowers-Secretary, Sue Craver- Chaplain, Thom Hege-V. Pres., Loretta Craver- Treasurer, Lomane Davis-Reporter, Ray Brink- ley-Pres. Sponsor-- Mr. Alexander Members--H. Andrews, P. Berrier, R. Berrier, R. Brinkley, S. Byerly, K. Colson, L. Craver, S. Craver, L. Davis, S. Ellerbe, L. Essick, J. Essick, C. Evans, L. Flowers, S. Grubb, O. Hartman, J. Hayes, T. Hege, B. Hill, C. Huffman, C. Jones, J. Kearns, J. Knight, S. Leonard, R. Lester, L. Perryman, K. Moseley, J.Mus- grave, D. Owen, V. Roberson, D. Taylor, M. Thomas, C. Thomason, T. Wagoner, B. Ward, J. Williams, R. A. Wooten. OFFICERS -- SEATED -- Judy Leonard-President, LomaneDavis-Vice-President. STANDING--Rich- ie Leonard-Secretary, John Hutchens-Treasurer. 9t orensic c )ocieitj FIRST ROW--GlendaAlexander, Rexanne Everhart, Mrs. Revelle. SECOND ROW--Theresa Bemisderler, Pat Westervelt, Linda Joyner, Gene Hill, Jack Coppley, John Hutchens, Richie Leonard, Lomane Davis, Judy Leonard, Diane Saintsing. l gy - j ' . 1 M M L ' |IM J l I f ■ i i 1 1 i is J A i - i yr vi Members--H. Andrews, B. Bemisderfer, G. Berrier, R. Berrier, R. Brinkley, B. Boatright, S. Byerly, F. Clod- felter, L. Clodfelter, W. Clodfelter, J. Coppley, S. Craver, J. Davis, L. Davis, R. Eller, J. Frizzell, S. Grubb, J. Hayes, S. Hege, S. Henderson, B. Hill, G. Hill, L. Hill, S. Hunter, J. Hutchens, R. Hyatt, J. Knight, Jimmy Leonard, Judy Leonard, R. Leonard, T. Leonard, E. Mahaffey, C. Murphy, R. Nicholson, D. Nifong, R, Nifong, D. Owen, V. Roberson, M. Robbins, S. Smith, K. Smith, M. Stewart, J. Tuttle, B. Wagner, V. Wood, R. Wooten. C jeta ( Jcunma Officers--Harry Andrews-Sergeant-at-arms, Suzanne Hege-Secretary, Roy Berrier-Treasurer, Ray Brink- ley-President, Frances Clodfelter-Vice President. Sponsor— Mr. Bemisderfer 104 OFFICERS--SEATED--Sally Link-Reporter, Jackie Brandon-President, Sue Reid-Treasurer, Pat Wester- velt-Se c r e t a r y. STANDING--Mike Nifong-Sgt.-at- Arms, Tony Koontz-Vice-President. Sponsor--Mr. Hamilton MEMBERS--Andrews, Bemisderfer, Berrier, Brandon, Brinkley, Caldwell, L. Carlson, T. Carlson, Casey, Cli- nard, Craver, Davis, Dellinger, Doub, Everhart, R. Ev¬ erhart, V. Everhart, Hardwick, Harper, Hartley, Haw¬ kins, Henderson, Hinkle, Hoffman, Hollifield, Jones, Keith, Kepley, Kiser, Koontz, Leonard, Lyon, Link, Mer¬ ritt, Myers, Nifong, Pardew, Penry, Phillips, Potts, Powell, Presley, Reich, P. Reid, S. Reid, Saunders, Scott, Simmerson, Sink, Smith, Starr, Stewart, Swain, B. Tus- sey, G. Tussey, K. Wagner, M. Wagner, P. Wagner, Wal¬ ters, Watts, Weaver, Weavil, Westervelt. n m Officers--Gordon Saintsing-President, Judy McCrary- Secretary, Jimbo Wagner-V. President, Jane Williams -Reporter, David Wagner-Treasurer. JlTc onoaram Members--L. Alexander, H. Andrews, L. Ashby, R. Beck, B. Bemisderfer, P. Berrier, E. Driver, S. Ellerbe, J Everhart, L. Everhart, R. Funderburk, S. Hodges, C. Hodgin, J. Holder, S. Hunter, J. Knight, B. Koontz, J„ Latham, R. Lester, J. McCrary, G. Mock, S. Newsome, W. Nifong, J. Oman, C. Parker, H. Parker, T. Parker, L. Perryman, D. Polston, M. Robbins, G. Saintsing, B. Shoaf, R. Sink, B. Smith, M. Stewart, B. Thomas, M. Thomas, H. Truluck, J. Tuttle, D. Wagner, J. Wagner, K. Wagner, S. Walker, J. Williams, V. Wood, R. A. Wooten. Officers—Richie Leonard-V. President, SuzanneHege- Secretary, Vickie Roberson-Assistant Sec. and Treas., Olivia Hartman-Pres., Alexis Hinkle-Treasurer, Sue Craver-Chairman of the Constitution Committee. Sponsor—Mrs. Leonard Members—G. Alexander, L. Alexander, H. Andrews, M. Andrews, T. Bemisderfer, D. Bowers, M. Brewer, M. Brittain, S. Byerly, F. Clodfelter, A. Conrad, G. Conrad, S. Craver, L. Essick, R. Essick, V. Essick, D. Everhart, E. Everhart, J. Everhart, P. Everhart, R. Everhart, J. Foltz, D. Gallagher, N. Hanes, O. Hartman, P. Hartman, V. Harvey, S. Hege, S. Henderson, G. Hill, A. Hinkle, B. Hinkle, C. Hinkle, D. James, L. Joyner, B. Keith, G. Lanier, J. Latham, J. Lawson, J. Leonard, R. Leonard, T. Leonard, S. Sink, V. Matthews, C. McGlamery, R. Mendenhall, E. Myers, R. Nicholson, L. Nifong, B. Phil¬ lips, M. Portis, A. Potts, J. Presley, R. Proto, S. Reid, J. Ripple, V. Roberson, I. Sink, S. Sink, K. Smith, S. Smith, K. Snyder, W. Snyder, P. Stewart, D. Taylor, J. Tuttle, S. Walters, B. Watts. H- ' V £jg9L.. SHEW gf! fiXyEra $9 ilUHj i fag B liamentarian, Linda E ssic k- Historian, Emily Thomas-President, Ann Gooch- Treasurer, Alexis Hinkle-Reporter. STANDING--Christy Huffman-V. Presi¬ dent, Sharon Ellerbe-County Reporter, Judy Musgrave-Secretary, Judy Everhart- Recreation Leader. future Jfamemafers of America Sponsor--Mrs. Parker Members--Ader, Bemisderfer, A. Berrier, B. Berrier, Jane Berrier, Joan Berrier, Janice Boatright, Joyce Boatright, Bowers, Cecil, A. Conrad, G. Conrad, K. Craver, T. Craver, DeLapp, Ellerbe, G. Essick, L. Essick, J. Everhart, L. Everhart, Farmer, Fennell, Fletcher, Flowers, Foster, Fox, Freedle, Gamble, Gooch, Haggard, Hartman, Hatch, Helms, Henderson, Hines, A. Hinkle, B. Hinkle, Hopper, Huffman, James, Johnson, K. Kepley, M. Kepley, Kinsey, Lanier, Lemly, D. Leonard, S. Leonard, Moorefield, Musgrave, Nelson, Nifong, Phillips, Portis, Priquette, Rector, B. Saint¬ sing, D. Saintsing, B. Shoaf, K. Shoal, Shouse, Simmer- son, Smith, Sowers, Spaugh, Taylor, Thomas, Wagner, Walser, Westervelt, Willard, Young. MEMBERS--Allen, Anderson, Ashby, Bargoil, Beck, R. Berrier, S. Berrier, Black, B. Blum, G. Blum, Bowers, Brinkley, Brown, L. Byerly, Robert Byerly, Roy Byerly, S. Byerly, Carter, Cecil, Church, Clodfelter, Cornatzer, Craver, Daniels, R. Doss, S. Doss, Eller, Estep, Essick, C. Everhart, D. Everhart, M. Everhart, S. Everhart, Farmer, Carlton, Freedle, Charles Freedle, D. Freedle, Fritts, Gordon, Griggs, Grubb, B. Hanes, C. Hanes, Hed¬ rick, T. Hege, S. Hege, V. Hege, Hester, B. Hill, J. Hill, Hilton, Hinkle, Hoffman, E. James, M. James, C. John¬ son, H. Johnson, Jolly, David Jones, Durwood Jones, S. Jones, Kearns, S. Koontz, Tim Koontz, Tom Koontz, C. Leonard, J. Leonard, Ray Leonard, Ronnie Leonard, Tommy Leonard, Travis Leonard, Link, Martin, Mc¬ Crary, Medlin, Mendenhall, Michael, G. Miller, K. Mil¬ ler, Mize, Moon, More, Moseley, Moss, Musgrave, My¬ ers, B. Nifong, C. Nifong, D. Nifong, R. Nifong, Odell, D. Payne, T. Payne, Phillips, Powers, Reid, Roach, Rus¬ sell, Shipley, Shoaf, Sides, B. Sink, Danny Sink, Don Sink, J. Sink, Snyder, B. Sowers, W. Sowers, Spaugh, Spurlin, Starbuck, Surratt, Swing, Tesh, Tysinger, Vernon, Wal- ser, Ward, Watson, Weaver, R. Welch, S. Welch, White, Zimmerman. A armers o, JL meric a OFFICERS--FIRST ROW--Stokes Hege-Sentinel, Alvin Daniels-Re po r t e r. SECOND ROW--Ray Brinkley - President, Thom Hege-Vice-President, Jerry Hilton-Secretary, Wayne Essick-Treasurer. Sponsors--Mr. Hill and Mr. Tucker. Sponsor-Mrs. Leonard. OFFICERS -- Kaye Marble-T reasurer, Olivia Hartman-Vice-President, Frances Clodfelter- Secretary, Judy Beck-President. The F.N.A. was organized in 1964 to pro¬ mote interest in the field of nursing. The club provides aid in the school clinic. MEMBERS--FIRST ROW--Vickie Essick, Judy Beck, JudyEssick, Barbara Barker, Brenda Ward, Jane Wil¬ liams, Cassandra Thomason. SECOND ROW--Cindy McGlamery, Sue Massey, Frances Clodfelter, Linda Flowers, Debbie Gallagher, Olivia Hartman, Betty Sow¬ ers, Linda Clodfelter, Rexanne Everhart, Sue Craver, Sandra Henderson, Bonnie Hinkle. Members--FIRST ROW--Linda Handy, Linda Haggard, Ann Gooch, Rhonda Myers, Johnny Berrier, Karen John¬ son. SECOND ROW--Roberta Brown, Dianne Saintsing, Priscilla Portis, Marilyn Burton, Theresa Perryman, Katie Leonard, Carol Franklin, Paula Leonard, Judy Essick, Pat Sink, Mrs. Hanes. THIRD ROW--Joe Haw¬ kins, Benny Miller, Ricky Hoffman, Wayne Wright, Steve Miller, Donald Sidden. Sponsor— Mrs. Hanes Officers--Johnny Berrier-V. Pres., Ann Gooch-Treas., Linda Haggard- Reporter, Rhonda Myers-Secretary, Karen Johnson-President 111 Sponsor--Mr. Gathings Officers—Larry Weaver-Treasurer, Kaye Marble-Sec¬ retary, Calvin Evans-V. President, Ray Brinkley-Pres¬ ident The tremendous responsibility of safely trans¬ porting North Davidson students to and from school is placed into the hands of these students. The students at North Davidson are indebted to them for the valuable service that they render to the school and community. 2 ). ' rivers Members--FIRST ROW--Roger Ward, Robert Cornat- zer, Johnny Sink, Sonny Disher, Larry Zimmerman, James Hayes, Ray Brinkley, Calvin Evans. SECOND ROW--Danny Sink, Ray Welch, Steve Grubb, Dan Owen, Gail Essick, Bill Thomas, Charles Galloway, Emily Thomas, Kaye Marble, Larry Weaver. THIRD ROW-- Benny Shoaf, Kenneth Colson, Steve Berrier, Roy Ber- rier, Rodney Trexler, Clifton Murphy, Wayne Essick, Greg Berrier, Glenn Spaugh. V I 4 Members—FIRST ROW — Bobby Spivey, Paul Farmer, Ricky Dehart, Chris Carter, Jackie Hill, Jimmy Leo¬ nard, David Jones, Bert Wagner, Barry Saintsing, Pat Sink, Kaye Shoaf, Steve Walker, David Weisner, David Nifong, Thom Hege, Sammy Lambeth, James Clinard, Jimmy Koontz, Terry Payne, Bobby Ashby, Charles Martin, Billy Bemisderfer, George Powers, Wayne Anderson, Jimmy Thomas, Ronnie Craver. Assistant Jjus D ' noers Sponsor—Mr. Gathings Pay Day! ICS Colorful sports events, highlighting every season of the school year, provided North Davidson High School students with an exciting and varied program. Foot¬ ball games drew fans to the stadium to cheer the team on to the 2-A Regional Championship Playoffs. After football season had ended, basketball turned the atten¬ tion of the Black Knight fans to the skillful playing on the hardwood. In the spring, baseball and track claimed the attention of the students. Sports played a vital part in the " four colorful years " at North Davidson High School. Don Palmer Athletic Director Coaching Staff--SITTING--Mr. Palmer-Head Football, Boys Basketball, Baseball. Mr. Bennett-Assistant Girls Basketball, Track. Miss Collie-Jayvee Girls Bas- Track. Mr. Drum-Freshman Football, Jayvee Basket- ketball. STANDING—Mr. Jones-Assistant Football, ball. Mr. Snider-Jayvee Football. 114 Varsity Football Team--FIRST ROW--Oman, Holder, Walker, Robbins, Berrier, Saintsing, Shoaf. SECOND ROW--Driver, H. Parker, J. Wagner, Truluck, Bemis- derfer, Sink, Tuttle, Thomas. THIRD ROW--Beck, Lester, K. Wagner, D. Wagner, Stewart, Hodges, Ever¬ hart, C. Parker, Urquhart. C)onference and District JootDaff Champions OFFENSIVE TEAM—LINEMEN--D. Wagner, Hodges, Berrier, J. Wagner, Sink, Beck, Robbins. BACKS—Saintsing, Lester K. Wagner, Everhart. ensiue 9 earn N.D.--40.Northwest Guilford—7. North Davidson opened its 1965 football sea¬ son with an impressive victory over Northwest Guilford. Saintsing led the victory romp by scoring three touchdowns. End D. Wagner caught two touchdown passes, and K. Wagner completed six passes for 97 yards. The Black Knights, led by Everhart, Saintsing, and Les¬ ter rolled up 221 yards rushing. N.D.--0.Lexington--27. The football team tasted defeat as they traveled to Lexington for the second game of the sea¬ son. H. TruluckandB. Shoaf played a fine de¬ fensive game, allowing Lexington only eight pass completions. North, however, playing without two of their starters, found the going rough, losing 27-0. N.D.--13.Denton—6. A triumphant ending to the Homecoming fes¬ tivities was the 13-6 victory over Denton. Quarterback M. Stewart and defensive tackles J. Oman and H. Parker played a large part in gaining our first conference victory. N.D.—26.East Davidson—0. Sparked by L. Everhart, Saintsing,and the Wagner twins, the Black Knights trounced East Davidson 26-0. Again, the defense was very stingy, allowing only 44 yards rushing. N.D.--43 . .Randleman—0. The Black Knights rolled up an important vic¬ tory over Randleman, winning 43-0. Seniors L. Everhart and D. Wagner led the high-scor¬ ing offense, and senior linebacker P. Berrier played an outstanding defensive game. N.D.--45.Trinity—6. The Black Knights continued to play a good brand of football as they defeated another con¬ ference foe, Trinity, 45-6. G. Saintsingledthe offense with five touchdowns. Offensive line¬ men R. Beck, and S. Hodges blocked well to enable the offense to gain more than 300 yards. 1 16 1965 JootSaff N.D. —19 West Forsyth--13. The North Davidson High School Black Knight football team gave one of their best perfor¬ mances of the season as they bumped off 4-A West Forsyth, 19 - 13. Offensive standouts were G. Saintsing, who gained an amazing 150 yards in eleven carries, and the Wagner twins, who scored twice on pass plays. The defen¬ sive effort was led by tackle Jimmy Oman. N.D. — 35.Central Davidson--12. North Davidson 4-0, met Central Davidson, 5-0, in the game of the year. The Black Knights came from behind and surged to an impressive 35-12 victory. Saintsing, P. Berrier, the Wag¬ ner twins, and S. Walker, all turned in fine individual performances which helped in con¬ taining the Spartans. N.D. — 23.Ledford--0. The Black Knights ended their conference sea¬ son by defeating the Panthers of Ledford. Touchdowns by G. Saintsing, L. Everhart, and D. Wagner, who also added a field goal, pro¬ vided the necessary points for the victory. Defensive ends, J. Tuttle and B. Bemisderfer, helped shut out the Panthers. N.D.--44.Winecoff--13. The North Davidson gridiron was the setting for the 1965 district playoff. Determination for victory and team effort spirited the Knight ' s victory. Linemen R. Sink, and J. Wagner played well on offense to defeat Wine- coff for the district crown. N.D.—41.West Davidson--20. North Davidson assured itself of at least a tie for first place when they defeated the Green Dragons. G. Saintsing scored three touch¬ downs, and R. Lester, M. Robbins, and D. Wag¬ ner scored one touchdown each to booster the win. N.D.--7.Surry Central--13. Surry Central played hosttothe Black Knights for the 2-A regional championship game. North scored first on a pass from K. Wagner to Saintsing. Surry Central came back strong with two touchdowns to win the regional cham¬ pionship. eren sioe 3 earn DEFENSIVE TEAM--Bemisderfer, H. Parker, C. Parker, Walker, Truluck, J. Wagner, Berrier, Shoaf, Oman, Saint¬ sing, Tuttle. 117 Phil Berrier All-Conference Guard Jimmy Oman All-Conference Tackle Larry Everhart All-Conference Halfback Steve Hodges Tackle Gordon Saintsing All-Conference Wingback Benny Shoaf Halfback Ueam CPos s 10 2 CRecorcJ David Wagner All-Conference End Ronnie Sink Guard Bill Thomas Tackle Kenny Wagner All-Conference Quarterback c5 sponsors Homecoming Sponsors—FIRST ROW--Kathy Spangler, Sue Reid, Donna Everhart. SECOND ROW--Nancy Smith, Penny Wagner, Bonnie Smith, Sarah Saunders, Becky Smith, Norma Railey, Brenda Starr. 120 uee J ' ooiSafl team FIRST ROW--Shipley, Hayes, Caldwell, Swicegood, Snyder, Coach Drum. THIRD ROW—Crater, Evans, Beasley, Vaughn, Price, Coach Snider. SECOND ROW-- Scott, Chisholm, Everhart, Jones, Craver. Speaks, Mendenhall, Reich, E. Koonts, J. Koonts, Ashby, yres i man football 0earn FIRST ROW--Hodgin, J. Snyder, N. Craver, T. Craver, Tuttle, Essick, Rothrock, Vernon, Scott, Evans, Speaks. SECOND ROW--Coach Drum, Bates, B. Snyder, Men¬ (21 denhall, Doub, Everhart, Shipley, Casey, Riddle, Imes, Reid, Chisholm. Jfo omecoimno Looking up to their queen, these ten lovely girls com¬ plete the 1965 Homecoming Court. FIRST ROW--Cas- sandra Thomason, Linda Craver, Judy Beck, Harriette Evans, Ruth Ann Wooten. SECOND ROW--Carmel Koonts, Bonnie Largen, Emily Thomas, Kaye Marble, Sharon Ellerbe. 122 Jfo omecomma Queen The crowning of Miss Judy McCrary as the 1965 Home¬ coming Queen climaxed all of the Homecoming activities. Despite the adverse weather, Judy and her court reigned with dignity and poise. Judy also represented N. D. well in the Lexington Miss Merry Christmas contest. (Varsity L 3asJ?etBaff Captain David Wagner and Coach Jones. Managers--Ronnie Sink and Steve Hodges. Boys ' Basketball Team—FIRST ROW—Shoaf, Truluck, derfer, K. Wagner, D. Wagner, Banner, G. Berrier, P. Berrier, Robbins, Ragan. SECOND ROW--Bemis- Lawrence. 124 Starting Team--David Wagner, Phil Berrier, John Banner, Kenny Wagner, Joel Ragan. Phil Berrier c Seniors Benny Shoaf David Wagner 125 Kenny Wagner Srr s ’ IJarsiiy i 3 as e Sail Girls ' Varsity--FIRST ROW—Wood, Sink, Snyder, Me- Smith, Funderburk, Nifong, Massey, Everhart. Crary, Andrews, Mock. SECOND ROW--Ward, Lanier, Starting Team—FIRST ROW-- Wood, Nifong, Mock. SECOND ROW--Funderburk, Everhart, McCrary. Judy Everhart Gail Mock Coach Don Palmer and Captain Judy McCrary. sag gf Sue Massey Managers--Jane Williams, Vickie Harvey. Judy McCrary Brenda Ward 127 Boys ' Jayvee Team--FIRST ROW--Carlson, Jerry Tut- ROW--Scott, Jeff Tuttle, McCrary, Kiser, Imes, E. tie, Leonard, Ashby, Hartley, Evans, Foltz. SECOND Koonts, J. Koonts, Stabler, Coach Drum. tournament Champion tirls Girls ' Jayvee Team--FIRST ROW--Berrier, Greenwald, SECOND ROW--Coach Collie, Shoaf, Everhart, Link, Reid, Whicker, Hartley, Swain, McCrary, Hinkle, Nifong. Smith, Ripple, Phillips, Sowers, Penry, Starr, Brinkley. auoee 128 Ruth Ann Wooten All-Tournament and All-Conference Judy McCrary. Playing Vo urn am eni Iciion All-Conference Guard--Phil Berrier . . . Team Cheerleaders jSaseSafl In the spring some young men ' s fancies turn to love; however, some of our ath¬ letes ' attentions turn to the baseball Baseball Team--FIRST ROW--Ted Koonts, Gordon Mike Stewart, Kenny Wagner, David Wagner, Tommy Saint sing, Benny Shoal. SECOND ROW--Jimbo Wagner, Parker, Coach Jones. Tommy Parker-- Right Fielder Gordon Saintsing-- Center Fielder Seniors Benny Shoaf-- Shortstop David Wagner— Pitcher Kenny Wagner-- Catcher 131 Jraci£ Track Team—FIRST ROW--Essick, Vaughn, Truluck, Bennett, Tuttle, Hawkins, J. Kearns, Bemisderfer, Everhart, Sink, Wagner, Holder. SECOND ROW--Coach Byerly, A. Kearns, Coach Palmer. The start of another track season means daily practice and physical fitness. A devoted training program and a determination to excel produces only the best of track teams at North Davidson High School. 132 Ronnie Sink Kenny Wagner 133 C-cirsiin (i ieer eac ers xz . Cheerleaders--FIRST ROW--Bar- bara Koontz. SECOND ROW--Ka- ren Moseley, Linda Flowers, Christy Huffman, Sally Sue Kinsey. THIRD ROW--Ruth Ann Wooten, Sharon Ellerbe-Co-chiefs. Seniors Senior Cheerleaders--Ruth Ann Wooten, Sharon Ellerbe, Barbara Koontz. Familiar sites for the cheerleaders --the gym and the football field. Miss D. Bowers Sponsor Mr. Bennett Sponsor auuee Gheerfeac ers JAYVEE CHEERLEADERS--Kathy Hedrick, Vickie Matthews, Joy Lawson, Andy Potts-Chief, Debbie Gal¬ lagher, Bonnie Hinkle, and Molly Kepley. Services Many persons give of their time and effort so that the work of the school might operate more smoothly. Many of them are student helpers who have gained experience and much pleasure. The Student Council officers, all class and club officers, and the staff members of both publications, the KNIGHT NEWS and the NOR- DAHI, are foremost among the student helpers. Still others render a valuable service to the school. Among these are the office staff, teacher assistants, custodians of the flags, projection staff, library assistants, and the bus drivers. The substitute teachers and the presidents of the band and athletic boosters ' clubs are adults who give of their time to serve the N. D. students. The group photographer and the individuals who permit us to use their homes for photog¬ raphy helped the N. D. student body in every possible way. Paid employees likewise perform many ser¬ vices that contribute to the comfort and enjoy¬ ment of school life. These behind-the-scenes people work to keep the building clean and comfortable and to insure the smooth opera¬ tion of the entire school plant. In no matter what capacity, each individual makes the year successful. Many thanks are extended to Mr. Joe Hinkle for the excellent photography of this book. FOR THE USE OF YOUR HOMES . . . MEMBERS--Bonnie Largen, Nell Hanes, Barbara Mock, Lana Yountz, Lana Hines, Ann Gooch, Rita Everhart, Judy Everhart, Judy Musgrave, Nancy Hopper, Cassan¬ dra Thomason. Jeac ie ' ylss s an s MEMBERS--SEATED--GailMock, CarmelKoonts, Lin¬ da Handy. Theresa Perryman, Diane Everhart, Vicki Es- sick, Linda Clodfelter, Ann Gooch. STANDING--Linda Drawdy, Gail Essick, Lana Yountz, Jane Michael, Bonnie Largen, Jeanne Leonard, Rhonda Myers, Judy Musgrave, Cheryl Long, Faye Simmerson, Janice Woosely, Martha Thomas, Jane Foltz, Judy Everhart, Rita Everhart, Katie Leonard. IWPf Mr. Banks Evans has served as president of the Athletics Boost¬ ers ' Association for this school year. The functions of the Athletics Boosters ' Club have helped to increase the sports Mr. Boyce Sink, president of the Band Boosters ' activities at North Davidson High School. Club, gives of his time and service in promot¬ ing the band program at North Davidson. U£ ose £ erue Mrs. Koontz and Mrs. Zimmerman are familiar faces to t the students as they do substitute work for the teachers. Wayne Wright, Johnny Berrier, and Tim Phelps are ever faithful in their duties of seeing that the flags are raised each morning. PROJECTION STAFF--SEATED--Barry Pope, Paula Hawkins, Steve Grubb, Roy B er ri e r, Ronnie Craver, Leonard, Linda Haggard, Ann Gooch, Pat Sink, Bobby Thom Hege, Benny Miller, Wayne Wright. Essick, Linda Handy. STANDING--Donald Sidden, Joe ylss s an s LIBRARY ASSISTANTS--FIRST ROW--Rhonda Myers, Johnny Berrier, Pat Sink, Katie Leonard, Ann Gooch, Diane Saintsing, Priscilla Portis. SECOND ROW--R0- berta Brown, Theresa Perryman, Olivia Hartman, Judy Essick, Carol Franklin, Paula Leonard, Linda Haggard, Mrs. Hanes. THIRD ROW--Brenda Russell, Linda Han¬ dy, Karen Johnson, Ramona Bates. FOURTH ROW--Don- ald Sidden, Ricky Hoffman, Bobby Essick, Steve Miller. SPONSORS--Mr. Bemisderfer, Mrs. Leonard. MEM¬ BERS- -STANDING--Berrier, Hawkins, Robbins, Hill, Lyon, Bemisderfer, Leonard, Davis. SEATED--Jones, Hyatt, Grubb, Wagner, Hill, Clodfelter, Hege, Berrier, Clifton. C aS issisiants Gusiomans Janitor--Raymond Lindsay. Maids—Lillie Moore, Elizabeth Tuttle, Catherine Roseboro. fj i ACT f : j; ' Jtjf ' U 1 ■ mm i ; m Ij ® L unchroom Ruth Swicegood Ethel Walser Marie Hanes Edith Fritts Margaret Swicegood Audria Biesecker V l Georgia Myers Supervisor The lunchroom staff of North Davidson High School has the great responsibility of preparing whole¬ some meals for the 825 students each day. No matter what the circum¬ stance may be, students may always find good food awaiting them. The student body appreciates the dedica¬ ted work and patience of the lunch¬ room staff and assistants. Jeatures " To get a name can happen to few—it is one of the few things that cannot be bought. It is the free gift of mankind which must be deserved before it will be granted, and is at last unwillingly bestowed. " Samuel Johnson " ' Tis an old maxim in the schools, That flattery ' s the food of fools: Yet now and then your men of wit Will condescend to take a bit. " Jonathan Swift Outstanding features of the school year—the selection of Miss North Davidson, the crown¬ ing of a Valentine King and Queen and the presentation of a Court, the production of the " Crucible " , Twirp Days, and numerous other school activities--served to illustrate a bit of the typical school life at N.D.H.S. These happenings provided much of the humor and fun that made school life amusing and excit¬ ing. Memories of these events--beautiful or inspiring, amusing or hilarious--will linger long after other dates have been forgotten. Jwirp Twirp King--Phil Berrier. Queen--Nell Hanes. 1965 TWIRP COURT Suzanne Hege . . Nell Hanes . . . Marianne Brittain Peggy Collins . . Elaine Everhart. Sandra Sink . . Marlene Brewer Sally Link . . . Marie Andrews . Vickie Roberson . . David Nifong . . Phil Berrier . .Wayne Essick . . . Joel Ragan . Homer Parker . . Randy Lester . . Eddy Koonts Edward Lawrence . . Steve Evans . . Ray Brinkley Twirp Days were observed for the first time at North Davidson this year. This event was sponsored by the Pep Club and the entire stu¬ dent body was asked to participate. On Friday, during the Pep Assembly, the Twirp King and Queen were announced. JITiss Xor A Davidson Exhibiting all the characteristics of a dainty beauty, Miss Ruth Ann Wooten captured the hearts of the student body and was selected Miss North Davidson. She was a runner-up in the Miss Veterans ' Day Contest, and represented her school well in the various other pageants. " L oue JKaJzes tJie Oorfcf ( :Jo ’ ' J ouncf ' On February 12, 1966, the North Davidson Student Council spon¬ sored the annual Val¬ entine Dance in the school gymnasium. The theme " Love Makes the World Go ’Round " was beauti¬ fully carried out in the decorations. The Challenger ' s Combo provided the music for the enchanted evening. The big event of the night was the crown¬ ing of the Valentine King and Queen and the presentation of the Val¬ entine Court. The student council members spent a busy day at school on Saturday decorating for the dance. Jhe 1966 Ua en ine - K Mjg . a O 1 1 f E pj bSI 1 3 ■ 1 rBflu m Q m Phil Berrier, Student Council president, crowns Miss Linda Craver Valentine Queen of 1966, while Jimmy Davis, Valentine King, looks on. 147 Presents r g .41 rSt . maSm Y- 1 L • . } Superstition is usually a light and harmless subject, but in excess it can be a dangerous motivation that drives men in the village of Salem, Massachusetts, to c o m mit foolish acts. Neighbor turned against neigh¬ bor as the BLACK MASQUE of North Davidson High School, under the di¬ rection of Mr. Charles Hales, pre¬ sented the " Crucible " . 148 ‘ c J ie CjruciS e ’ ’ trt ujr Jli I e er J s Suspicion and hate grew . . . and led to the trials where innocent men and women were tried for witchcraft. Accusations were made. (top to bottom)--FIRST ROW--Sandra Sink, Judy Leon¬ ard, Wanda Clodfelter, Kaye Smith, Vickie Wood. SEC¬ OND ROW--Richie Leonard, John Hutchens, Thom Hege, Jimmy Leonard, Eddie Mahaffey, Bobby Hill--CHIEF. U£ ose Judy Leonard Judy Leonard was one of a select few who had the opportunity to attend the North Carolina Governor ' s School at Winston-Salem, North Carolina dur¬ ing the summer of 1965. The selection was based on academic achievement. Linda Joyner Linda Joyner served as a Pagette in the North Carolina State Senate at Raleigh, North Carolina, last June 7-11, 1965. Linda served under Senator Joe Sink of Lexington, who also selected her for the honor. ■■ Mike Surratt Mike Surratt accepted an invitation to attend the North Carolina School of Performing Arts at Winston-Salem, North Carolina, during the 1965-1966 school year. Mike, who excels in the field of music, studies the regular high school curriculum in addition to piano and organ. 151 Retrospect 1964 63 Each year several outstanding functions occur after the Nordahi is sent to the publishers. We believe the student body of North Davidson High School will appreciate our including a pictorial review of a few of these highlights which took place in the spring of 1965. u DRoman jtot cfau V t U. A. Sponsorecf JRatj Dance 1965 May Court--Rothrock, Poole, Brandon, Truluck, Shoaf, Hill, Wooten, Knight, Proto, Ripple, Conard, Saunders, Polston, Huffman, Leonard, James, J. Graver, Driver, P. Wagner, Saintsing, Wood, Stewart, Lawrence, L. Craver, Davis, McCrary, B. Shoaf, Tesh, Loflin, J. D. Wagner, Koonts, Oman. 1965 May Queen Janie Shoaf JKaicf of Dfo nor Mary Ann Tesh Escorted by Rod Loflin D. J£ cS. CPresenis With the combined efforts of the drama and music departments, and the interest of count¬ less others in the community, the BLACK MASQUE, under the direction of Mr. Charles Hales, presented " My Fair Lady " . " Ascot Gavotte " " On the Street Where You Live " " Get Me to the Church on Time " " I ' ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face’ " Embassy Waltz " Because of its great suc¬ cess, this production will long be remembered as one of the greatest in North Davidson ' s history. This success was accomplished through the efforts of the Lexington Men of Song and the dedicated participants. There were numerous events that made the 1965-1966 school year at North David¬ son High School so wonderfully special. In the student life section, we have tried to de¬ pict many of the se happenings. Through these pictures, it is hoped that all of these and many more moments of your North Da¬ vidson High School activities will long be remembered. 156 157 158 Senior Directory HARRY ANDREWS Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3, Sgt. at Arms 4; Pep Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3.4; Forensic Society 3; Drama 4; Football Manager 2,3; Chorus 4; Band 1; Citizen of the Month 3; World Peace Speaking Medal Winner 3; Superlative- Friendliest. BARBARA BARKER F.N.A. Reporter 4; Student Council 2; Band 1,2,3,4; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Valentine Court 1. JUDY BECK Forensic Society 2,3; Alpha Bi Sci 2; F.N.A. Pres. 3,4; National Honor Society 3, Treas. 4; Drama 4; Class Sec. 3; Basketball Manager J.V. 1,2, Varsity 3; Valen¬ tine Court 2,3; Homecoming Court 4; Jr. Marshal. PHIL BERRIER Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Student Council Pres. 4; Drama 4; Class V. Pres. 1, Treas. 2; Valentine Court 1,2,3; Citizen of the Month 4; Football 1,2,3, All-Conference, All-Northwest, Co¬ captain 4; Track 2; Basketball 1,2,3, All-Conference 4; Superlative-Best All Around. ROY LANCE BERRIER Alpha Bi Sci V. Pres. 2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3, Treas. 4; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Band 1,2, 3; Audio-Visual Asst. 1,2,3,4; Lab Asst. 1,2,3,4; Safe Driver Service Award 3. STEVE BERRIER F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Football 1. BUDDY BOATRIGHT Alpha Bi Sci 1; Alpha Beta Gamma 4; Basketball 1; Superlative-Cutest. RAY BRINKLEY F.F.A. 1,2, Reporter 3, Pres. 4; Bus Driver Club V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; F.T.A. 3, Pari. 4; Student Council 3,4; Alpha Beta Gamma 3, Pres. 4; Jr. Civitan Club V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Pep Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Forensic Society 3; Jr. Marshal; Klassroom Kwiz 4; Superlative-Most Likely to Succeed. MARIANNE BRITTAIN Football Sponsor 3; Alpha Bi Sci 2; Pep Club 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Drama 4. ROBERT BRYANT Chorus 4. TREVA BRYANT Chorus 4. DOROTHY BYERLY Chorus 4. ROBERT BYERLY F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4. STEVE BYERLY Glee Club 1; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; F.T.A. 3, Reporter 4; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Pep Club 4. BECKY CARTER DONALD CECIL F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4. RITA CECIL F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. JAMES CLINARD FRANCES CLODFELTER Alpha Bi Sci 2; Alpha Beta Gamma V. Pres. 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1; F.N.A. 3, Sec. 4; Lab Asst. 4; Student of the Month 4. LINDA CLODFELTER Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Band 3,4; Majorette 4; F.N.A. 3,4; Forensic Society 3. KENNETH COLSOlJ Bus Driver Club 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 4. ROBERT CORNATZER Bus Driver Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Farm Electrician Award. LINDA CRAVER Pep Club 3; Band 2,3; May Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; Valentine Court 3, Queen 4; Superlative-Best Looking. LORETTA CRAVER Student Council 1; Pep Club Sec. 2,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club Treas. 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Class Sec. 4; Valentine Court 1; Jr. Marshal. SUE CRAVER Pep Club V. Pres. 2,3,4; Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club Chaplain 3,4; F.N.A. 3,4; Basketball J.V. 1,2, Varsity 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Cho¬ rus 4. ALVIN DANIELS F.F.A. 1,2,3, Reporter 4; Bus Driver Club 3. CHUCK DARR JIMMY DAVIS Football 1,2; J.V. Basketball Manager 1; Drama 4; Alpha Beta Gamma 4; Valentine Court 3, King 4; Superlative- Best Looking. BOBBY DENTON Bus Driver Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1. STEVE DOSS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1. LINDA DRAWDY Transfer from Lexington Senior High School 3; Teacher Asst. 4. RICHARD ELLER Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4. SHARON ELLERBE F.H.A. 1,2, Sec. 3, County Reporter 4; Alpha Bi Sci Sec. 2; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3, Pres. 4; Student Council 3,4; Drama 4; Class Treas. 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Jr. Marshal; Che erleader 2,3, Co-chief 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Valentine Court 1,2; Football Sponsor 3; May Court 2; Homecoming Court 4; Superlative-Most Courteous. GAIL ESSICK F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; Teacher Asst. 4; J.V. Basketball 1,2. JACKIE ESSICK F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. LINDA ESSICK F.H.A. 1,2,3, Historian 4; Pep Club 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 4; F.T.A. 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Newspaper Staff 4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Jr. Marshal. ROBERT ESSICK VICKI ESSICK F.H.A. 1; F.N.A. 3,4; Teacher Asst. 4; Pep Club 4. Senior l)trectory WAYNE ESSICK F.F.A. 1,2, Treas. 3,4; Student Council 1,2; Pep Club 3; Alpha Beta Gamma 3; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Class V. Pres. 2. CALVIN EVANS Jr. Civitan Club 4; Bus Driver Club 3, V. Pres. 4; News¬ paper Staff 4; Baseball 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Valentine Court 4; Safe Driver Service Award 3. HARRIETTE EVANS F.T.A. 3, Sec. 4; Student Council 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 3, Editor 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 1,2, Chief 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2; Home¬ coming Court 4; Sr. Spotlight; Jr. Marshal Co-chief; Citizen of the Month 3; Outstanding Senior Award; Su¬ perlative-Most Versatile. DIANE EVERHART Pep Club 4; F.N.A. 3; F.H.A. 1; Office and Teacher Asst. 4; Valentine Court 4. JUDY EVERHART F.H.A. 1,2,3, Rec. Leader 4; Pep Club 4; F.N.A. 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Office and Teacher Asst. 4; Clara Jo Rankin Physical Ed. Award 3; Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 2,3, All-Conference 4. LARRY EVERHART Monogram Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3, All-Conference 4; Track 1,2,3,4. RITA EVERHART Chorus 4; Office and Teacher Asst. 4. RONNIE EVERHART Chorus 3,4. STEVE EVERHART F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver Club 2,3,4; Safe Driver Award. JANE FOLTZ Pep Club 4; Band 1,2,4; Office and Teacher Asst. 4. DAREL FREEDLE F.F.A. 1,2,3. CHARLES GALLOWAY Bus Driver Club 3,4; Alpha Beta Gamma 4; Football 3; Lab Asst. 3. RICHARD GALLOWAY Alpha Beta Gamma 4; Football 3. ANN GOOCH F.H.A. 1,2, Pari. 3, Treas. 4; Library Club 3, Treas. 4; F.N.A. 3; Office and Teacher Asst. 4; Projection Staff 3,4. BRUCE GOODMAN STEVE GRUBB NationalHonor Society 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Football 1; Audio-Visual Asst. 3,4; Lab Asst. 1,2,3,4; Honorable Mention at Wake Forest Science Fair. LINDA HANDY Library Club 3,4; Teacher Asst. 4; Projection Staff 3,4. DIANE HANES NELL HANES F.N.A. 3; Pep Club 3,4; Chorus 1,4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; Office Asst. 4; Valentine Court 3; Twirp Court Queen 4; Football Sponsor 4. TOMMY HARPER Student Council 1; Newspaper Staff 3. JEAN HARTLEY OLIVIA HARTMAN Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Forensic Society 2,3; Pep Club 3, Pres. 4; F.N.A. 3, V. Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Jr. Marshal; Sr. Spotlight; Superlative-Best All Around. STOKES HEGE F.F.A. 1,2, Officer 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1; Valentine Court 2. SUZANNE HEGE Alpha Beta Gamma Sec. 3,4; F.T.A. 3, Historian 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 3, Sec. 4; F.N.A. 3; Drama 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Student Council 2; Lab Asst. 4; Band 2,3; May Court 2; Twirp Court 4; Jr. Marshal; Sr. Spotlight; Valentine Court 2,4; Superlative- Most Popular. EDDIE HELMS Transfer from Gray High School; Chorus 3,4. MARIE HEPLER GARLAND HILL AlphaBi Sci 2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Forensic Society 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Valentine Court 2. GENE HILL Pep Club 4; Forensic Society 3,4; Newspaper Staff Edi¬ tor 4. JERRY HILTON F.F.A. 1,2,3, Sec. 4. BECKY HINES F.H.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 3; Newspaper Staff 3,4. LANA HINES F.H.A. 1,2,3; Office Asst. 4; Basketball J.V. 1, Var¬ sity 2. RONNIE HINES F.F.A. 1; Football 3. STEVE HODGES Transfer from North Forsyth High School 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Football 3,4; Basketball Manager 4; Valentine Court 4. CLARK HODGIN Monogram Club 4; J.V. Football 2; Football Manager 4. BENNY HOOTS NANCY HOPPER F.H.A. 2,3,4; Office Asst. 4. KAREN JOHNSON National Honor Society 3,4; F.T.A. 3, Treas. 4; F.H.A. 1; Library Club 3, Pres. 4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; Drama 4; Chorus 1,3; J.V. Basketball 1,2. ROBIN JONES Alpha Beta Gamma 3. JIM KEARNS F.F.A. 1; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Baseball 1,2; Track 3. JOHN KNIGHT Glee Club 1, Pres. 2; Alpha Bi Sci 1; Alpha Beta Gamma 2,3,4; Drama 3,4; Monogram Club V. Pres. 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Annual Staff 2; Manager Baseball 2, Football 2,3; Student of the Month 4; Student Council V. Pres. 3,4. Senior Directory CARMEL KOONTS Alpha Bi Sci 2: Student Council 3, Sec. 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Pep Club 3: Office and Teacher Asst. 4; Class Sec. 2, V. Pres. 3: Varsity Basketball 1; Valentine Court 2; May Court 2.3; Homecoming Court 4; Superlative-Most Dependable. BARBARA KOONTZ F.H.A. 1,2; Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Band 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Drama 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Cheerleader J.V. 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Runner-up Miss Veteran ' s Day Contest. SAMMY LAMBETH Bus Driver Club 3,4; Band 3,4; Safe Driver Award. BONNIE LARGEN F.H.A. 1: Alpha Bi Sci 2; Office and Teacher Asst. 4; Valentine Court 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Homecoming Court 4; Typing Award 2. JIMMY LATHAM Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Band 1; Drama 4; Forensic Society 2,3; Pep Club 2,3; F.T.A. 4; News¬ paper Staff 3,4: Basketball Manager 2. PEGGY LEMLY F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 3; Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3; Lab Asst. 3; Student Council 2. JACK LEONARD Pep Club Asst. Treas. 3,4; Drama 4; Valentine Court 3; Superlative-Most Versatile. JEANNE LEONARD F.H.A. 1,2,3; Chorus 3. KATIE LEONARD Library Club 4; Teacher Asst. 4. RONNIE LEONARD F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Green Hand Pin; Chapter Farmer Pin; State Farmer Pin. STANLEY LEONARD F.F.A. 1; Chorus 2,3,4; Pep Club 2. CHERYL LONG Transfer from Lexington Senior High School 3; Drama 4. KAYE MARBLE Glee Club 1, Sec. 2,3,4; F.N.A. 3, Treas. 4; Bus Driver Club Reporter 3, Sec. 4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; J.V. Cheer¬ leader 1; Band Sec. 1; " My Fair Lady” 3; Homecoming Court 4; Valentine Court 4. SUE MASSEY F.H.A. 1,2,3; Alpha BiSci2; F.N.A. 4; Glee Club 1; Band 1,2,3; Football Sponsor 3; Basketball J.V. 1,2, Varsity 3,4. JUDY McCRARY Student Council Treas. 2,3; Monogram Club 1,2, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Class Treas. 1,3; Drama 4; Valentine Court 1,2; May Court 2,3; Football Sponsor 3; Runner-up Miss North Davidson 4; First Runner-up Christmas Contest 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Basketball Varsity 1,2, Honor¬ able Mention All-Conference, All-Tournament 3, All- Conference, All-Tournament 4; Superlative-Cutest. RUTH ANN McGLAMERY Teacher Asst. 4. PAULETTA YOUNG MEDLIN Newspaper Staff 3. DAVID MENDENHALL F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 1. NANCY MENDENHALL F.H.A. 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 3. JANE MICHAEL Annual Staff 1,3, Business Manager 4; F.T.A. 3, V. Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3, V. Pres. 4; Student Council 1,2,4; May Court 1; Valentine Court 3; Office and Teach¬ er Asst. 4; Basketball 1; Jr. Marshal Co-chief; Pheiffer Trustee Competitive Scholarship Winner; Superlative- Most Likely to Succeed. STEVE MILLER Chorus 4; Forensic Society 3; Library Club 3,4; Drama 4. STEVE MIZE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4. BARBARA MOCK Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Office Asst. 4; Newspaper Staff 3. GAIL MOCK Monogram Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Teacher Asst. 4; Jr. Marshal; Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Superlative-Most Athletic. CLIFTON MURPHY Alpha Bi Sci 2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Valentine Court 2; Bus Driver Club 3,4; " My Fair Lady” 3; Superlative- Most Courteous. JUDY MUSGRAVE F.H.A. 1,2,3, Sec. 4; Co-ed Correspondent; Jr. Home¬ maker Degree; Alpha Bi Sci 2; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Office and Teacher Asst. 4; Jr. Marshal; Superlative-Most Intellectual. RONDA MYERS Library Club 1,3, Sec. 4; Teacher Asst. 4. JOYCE NELSON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Office and Teacher Asst. 4. SHEILA NEWSOME Pep Club 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Drama 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4. DAVID NIFONG Alpha Bi Sci 1, Pres. 2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Bus Driver Club Sgt. at Arms 3,4; Student Council 3; Class V. Pres. 4; Band 1,2,3; Valentine Court 4; Klassroom Kwiz 4. WILLIAM ODELL F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver Club 3,4. JIMMY OMAN Bus Driver Club 3; Chorus 3,4; Drama 4; Monogram Club 4; Football J.V. 1, Co-captain 2, Varsity All-Con¬ ference 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Track 4; Valentine Court 1; " My Fair Lady” 3. DAN OWEN Alpha Bi Sci 2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Safe Driving Award 3. JUDY LEONARD PALMER TOMMY PARKER F.F.A. 1; Monogram Club 3,4; Baseball 2, All-Conference 3,4. DOUGLAS PERRYMAN LINDA McBRIDE PERRYMAN F.H.A. 1, Musical Director 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Monogram Club 3; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Band 1,2; Drama 3,4; Cheerleader J.V. 1, Chief 2, Varsity 3,4; " My Fair Lady” 3; Superlative-Wittiest. DAVID POLSTON Alpha Bi Sci 2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Student Council 4; J.V. Basketball 2,3; Football Manager 3,4; Track Manager 2,3. NORMA RAILEY Library Club 1; Chorus 3,4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; Homecom¬ ing Sponsor 4; Valentine Court 2,3,4. VICKIE ROBERSON Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; Pep Club 3, Asst. Sec. and Treas. 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 4; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Band 1,2,3; J.V. Basketball 1; Drama 4. c Senior Directorij KENNETH RUMMAGE BRENDA RUSSELL Pep Club 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Library Asst. 4. BEVERLY SAINTSING F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Teacher Asst. 4. GORDON SAINTSING Monogram Club 2,3, Pres. 4; Football 1,2,3, All-Con¬ ference, All-Northwest 4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1, All-Conference 2,3,4; Citizen of the Month 1. RONNIE SAINTSING F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. SAMMY SAUNDERS F.F.A. 1; Drama 3,4. GARY SCARBRO BENNY D. SHOAF F.F.A. 1,2, Chaplain 3,4; Student Council 2; Bus Driver Club 3,4. BENNY F. SHOAF Monogram Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Valentine Court 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4. DAVID SHOAF Drama 4. DONALD SIDDEN Library Club 3,4; Drama 4; Audio-Visual Asst. 3,4. FAYE SIMERSON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Teacher Asst. 4. DON SINK F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Drama 4. RONNIE SINK F.T.A. 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Chorus 4; Track 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,3, Manager 4; Baseball 1; Citizen of the Month 1. DONALD SOWERS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. BOBBY SPIVEY Transfer from Gray High School 3; Drama 4; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Band 3,4; Superlative-Wittiest. RICKY STEGALL Valentine Court 4. DONNA TAYLOR Transfer from Reynolds High School 4; F.T.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Drama 4. REED TESH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver Club 3. BILL THOMAS F.F.A. 1; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Football 1,2,4. EMILY THOMAS F.H.A. 1,2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Teacher Asst. 4; Homecoming Court 4; Jr. Homemaker Degree 2; Chapter Homemaker Degree 3. JIMMY THOMAS Bus Driver Club 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3. MARTHA THOMAS Alpha Bi Sci 1, Treas. 2; Monogram Club 3,4; Jr. Civi¬ tan Club 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Pep Club 3; Teacher Asst. 4; Cheerleader J.V. Chief 1, Varsity 2. CASSANDRA THOMASON F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.N.A. 3,4; Office Staff 4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Superlative-Friendliest. TONY TOWNSEND Band 1,2,3,4; Valentine Court 4. JOEL TUTTLE Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; National Honor Society 3, Pres. 4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Football 1; Honorable Mention District Science Fair 1,2; Superlative-Most Intellectual. DAVID TYSINGER F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. GIPSY VERNON Transfer from Gray High School 3; Newspaper Staff 4. DAVID WAGNER Monogram Club 3, Treas. 4; Football 1,2,3, All-Con¬ ference 4; Baseball 1, All-Conference 2,3, All-State American Legion 3,4; Track 3,4; Basketball 1,2, Honor¬ able Mention 3, Co-captain, All-Tournament 4; Super¬ lative-Most Athletic. KENNY WAGNER Monogram Club 3,4; Football 1,2, Most Improved Back 3, Co-captain, All-Conference, Honorable Mention All- State 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Superlative-Most Popular. TED WAGONER Jr. Civitan Club 4; Student Council 4; Class Pres. 4; Superlative-Most Dependable. JOSEPHINE WALL BONNIE WALSER BRENDA WARD F.H.A. 1,2,3; Jr. Civitan Club 4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; F.N.A. Treas. 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Football Spon¬ sor 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4. MARY JEAN WARD Chorus 1,2,3,4; Drama 4; Alpha Bi Sci 1; Forensic Society 4. LARRY WEAVER F.F.A. 1; Bus Driver Club 3,4; Student Council 3; Alpha Beta Gamma 3. RAY WELCH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver Club 3,4. SAMMY WELCH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2. CARLA WHITLEY JANE WILLIAMS F.H.A. 1,2,3; Jr. Civitan Club 4; F.N.A. Sec. 3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 3, Reporter 4; Alpha Bi Sci 2; National Honor Society 3, Sec. 4; Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2, Manager 3,4; May Court 1; Valentine Court 3. ROY WILSON JANICE WOOSLEY Teacher Asst. 4. RUTH ANNE WOOTEN F.H.A. 1; Alpha Bi Sci 1,2; Alpha Beta Gamma 4; Pep Club 3; Jr. Civitan Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Class Sec. 1; Cheerleader J.V. 1, Varsity 3, Co-chief 4; Miss North Davidson 4; Homecoming Court 4; May Court 1,3; Miss Davidson County Contestant; First Runner-up Miss Veteran ' s Day Contest; Tournament Queen. LARRY YOKELEY Newspaper Staff 3. LANA YOUNTZ Alpha Bi Sci 2; Student Council 1; Office and Teacher Asst. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football Sponsor 1,2; Valentine Court 2,4. 163 A WORD OF THANKS The foundations of every yearbook are the sponsors and advertisers. A great deal of work and co-operation is vital in the production of a yearbook. Even then, it would not be possible without the gracious advertisers of the 1966 NORDAHI. The staff is very pleased to have the help and financial support of such wonderful people. Advertising proves to be of lasting value and a school yearbook is no exception. It is hoped that anyone who receives the 1966 NORDAHI will support the founda¬ tions of it. Only by the patronage of these business firms can true appreciation be shown. They have definitely rendered a very valuable service. The 1966 NORDAHI Staff NORTH DAVIDSON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Member of OFFICERS William R. Craver, President R. Jack Brandon, Vice-President Mrs. Fred Hege, Secretary Robert Ripple, Treasurer OBJECTIVES OF THE NATIONAL CONGRESS OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, church and community. To raise the standards of home life. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of chil¬ dren and youth. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child. To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education. WELCOME CIVITAN CLUB Officers Garvey Everhart-President Douglas Craver-President-Elect Archie Surratt--Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor of Welcome Little League Baseball North Davidson Junior Civitan Club Welcome Boy Scout Troop WELCOME SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION " Better P.T.A. ' s through better schools make better communities. " MR. JERRY JOHNSON MR. ROBERT RANKIN Principal MRS. BOB ESSICK President Secretary MR. FRANK AUSTIN Officers MRS. JERRY JOHNSON Vice President Treasurer WELCOME COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL " Working together for a better Community” COUNTY WINNER 1962 I96B 1964 Compliments of MIDWAY SCHOOL P.T.A. J. C. GREEN AND SONS FUNERAL HOME Phone: 2774 Thomasville, North Carolina BELK-MARTIN CO. South Main Street Lexington, North Carolina Compliments DAVIDSON of MOTOR COMPANY INC. ALLEN-WHITE PONTIAC BUICK CO., INC. Lexington, North Carolina Telephone 249-9138 11 East Second Avenue Lexington ' s Chevrolet Dealer For Over 42 Years SHOAF WAYSIDE FURNITURE For 25 Yrs. A Trusted Name Appliances--Carpets--Draperies Floor Coverings--Ceramic Tile DECORATOR SERVICE HWY. 64 WEST Phone 246-5991 MICHAEL PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. Contracting and Repairing Hot Water Heating Dealers of Rapidayton Water Pumps Phone 243-4559 Route 9 North Carolina Rockway Drive Lexington HERFF-JONES CO. D. W. Smith, Representative SENIOR CLASS RINGS Taylorsville, North Carolina PIEDMONT FUNERAL HOME Phone 246-2366 405 S. Main St. Lexington, North Carolina Service Since 1913 PETE’S CLEANERS RE 1-2244 Welcome, North Carolina MACK’S DISTRIBUTING CO. Highway 52 at Midway Route 9 Winston-Salem, N. C. 27107 Phone ST 8-1178 M. E. Newsom, Owner STATIONERS - JEWELERS 418 West Main St. Louisville, Ky. Compliments of ALMAN-SHAW FURNITURE CO., INC. Retail Furniture Phone 476-7882 Thomasville, North Carolina N. H. CRAVER AND SONS, INC. Quality Building Route 10 Lexington, North Carolina " Quality Homes at Reasonable Prices " Stokes Craver Arnold Hinkle Telephone 731-7522 Telephone 731-2612 Jim A. Craver, Realtor Telephone 731-7521 CRAVER HINKLE BUILDERS Compliments of HARTLEY ' S BARBECUE RESTAURANT Hwy. 150--Arcadia CURB AND DINING ROOM SERVICE JOHN HARTLEY, Owner LEONARDS BRICK CONCRETE WORKS Manufacturers of TUFFLITE--STALITE AND CEMENT BLOCKS WE SPECIALIZE IN PROMPT SERVICE Midway School Rd., Rt. 5 Winston-Salem at Midway Dial 788-1321 If No Answer Dial 764-0607 PHONE LEXINGTON WINSTON-SALEM RE 1-3191 ST 8-3532 DILLON’S MIDWAY AUTO PARTS, INC. Between Lexington Winston-Salem On 52 WE BUY BURNT AND WRECKED CARS Route 10 Box 339 Lexington, North Carolina LEONARDS Piedmont Plaza Talbert Blvd. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity Lowest Prices Plus Stamps King Korn PHONE 9-9216 Refreshing remembrance AUTOGRAPHS Bottled under outhorily of The Coca-Cola Corapony by J W SHOP RITE FOOD STORE " Choice Meats " Route 9 Winston-Salem, North Cai ' olina PHONE 764-0230 WAGNER TIRE OF LEXINGTON, INC. FLOWER BOX Distributors of U. S. TIRES West 4th Avenue " Flowers ' for all Occasions " Lexington, North Carolina Phone 246-4222 Wheel Balancing Recapping Vulcanizing Retreading 1903 Winston Road CH 6-2153 Lexington, North Carolina CRAVER BROTHERS DIXIE RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. General Merchandise O ' Brien Paints--Groceries 900 Peters Creek Parkway Rt. 10 Phone RE 1-2264 Winston-Salem, N. C. Lexington, North Carolina Phone 725-3521 PARKER-MILLER COMPANY THE J. F. WARD CO. Certified Gemologist and Registered Jewelers Merchandise of Quality AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Phone 246-7110 Telephone 246-2308 Lexington, North Carolina 100 South Main Street Lexington, North Carolina ROBY A. LEONARD WHOLESALE, INC. BECKY HINKLE FABRICS Tobacco, Cigars, Candy School Supplies, Notions Fabrics of all Kinds P. 0. Box 531 Yarns and Needlework Supplies Lexington, North Carolina Patterns--Notions--Trims 27292 Spencer, North Carolina Compliments of WILSON FURNITURE AND CARPET CO. WOOTEN PUBLISHING PRINTING COMPANY Welcome, North Carolina Midway, North Carolina 731-3791 Color Specialists Zipper Truck Campers Zipper Travel Trailers Layton Travel Trailers DIXIE TIRE CO. L. M. CAMPER SALES 4048 South Main Winston-Salem, North Carolina 4410 South Main Street Quality Recapping Phone ST 8-9509 Business phone 788-5241 WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA Home phone RE 1-2638 Bill Jones Floyd Leach 7840226 ST 8-3257 Welcome, North Carolina DAN’S BAR-B-Q CONRAD PAINT STORE Paints For All Needs Dining Room and Curb Service Phone 246-5316 Highway 52 Welcome, North Carolina 24 E. First Street Lexington, North Carolina RE 1-3351 Paints Stag Marvelite Spred Satin Compliments of B M MFG. CO. CLAYTON LEONARD BUILDING CONTRACTOR Westside Drive Route 8 Manufacturers of Ladies Lingerie Lexington, North Carolina Lexington, North Carolina 764-0615 Compliments of SOUTH MAIN ECONO WASH AND CLEANERS PAUL T. MASON Self-Service Laundry Dry Cleaning Your Prudential Agent 33 Washers 14 Dryers 8 Cleaners Washer open 24 hours 246-5032 Cleaners 9 A.M. ' til 9 P.M. Mon.-Fri. Sat. 9 A.M. ' til 6 P.M. 3509 S. Main-788-9896 PERPETUAL SAVINGS BRUEL AND LOAN ASSOCIATION BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. Building Materials Martin Marietta Paints 18 South Main Street Westinghouse Appliances Lexington, North Carolina Leonard Road Phone 246-2729 Insured Saving-Home Loans Lexington, North Carolina HANES CORPORATION WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA WELCOME OIL COMPANY Welcome, North Carolina J. Lincoln Link Telephone RE 1-2111 Your Texaco Distributor FORD IS FIRST IN DAVIDSON COUNTY The Place to Buy FORD, FALCON, FAIRLANE, MUSTANG, THUNDERBIRD, or FORD TRUCKS is THOMAS MOTORS, INC. 805 Winston Road Lexington, North Carolina G A IMPLEMENT COMPANY INC. John Deere New Holland Farm Machinery 1200 South Main Street Lexington, North Carolina PHONE CH 6-2538 Compliments of DIXIE FURNITURE COMPANY INCORPORATED Lexington, North Carolina GRIFFITH OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Office Machines Supplies tcr bn (rc2Aikbviq LEXINGT0N STATE BANK gailklilli; jdk LEXINGTON • WELCOME A Compliment Of The FOLKS Who Bake and Sell BUNNY BREAD DARR’S ESSO SERVICE 50 Lexington Avenue Thomasville, North Carolina PIEDMONT GAS SERVICE CO. 339 South Main Street Lexington, North Carolina PHONE: 246-2496 COCKERHAM-CALAWAY FURNITURE CO. TEXTILE MILLS SALES ROOM A Complete Line All Types Piece Goods of Home Furnishings Upholstery, Drapery Fabrics at a Savings Notions Drapery Hardware PHONE STATE 8-2261 4351 So. Main Street 3931 South Main St. Extension Winston-Salem, North Carolina Winston-Salem, North Carolina Phone ST. 8-3341 M. O. HAYNES AND SON GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROCERIES Welcome, North Carolina YT « Tifc w v t rr- i i T« 11 [ PHONE 731-2273 Compliments of NATIONAL WHOLESALE, INC. Compliments of A FRIEND LEXINGTON LANES RESTAURANT " Open 24 Hours A Day” 700 N. Main Street " Try Our Pizzas " CITY BARBER SHOP 9 S. Main Lexington, North Carolina Phone 246-2901 BERRIER’S OIL COMPANY Distributors of Pure Oil Products 1307 W. Fifth Ave. P. O. Box 2 Lexington, North Carolina Phone 246-2797 Call us for " FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS " Flowers by MIDWAY FLORIST Midway School Road JEWELL EDDIE NICHOLSON Phone 764-1091 CENTER GULF SERVICE Gas--Oil--Tires Motors Steam-Cleaned U. S. Hwy. 52 Center Church Road Welcome, North Carolina PHONE RE 1-3571 FOLTZ CONCRETE PIPE CO. Manufacturers " SINCE 1930” PLAIN AND REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE A. S. T. M. SPECIFICATIONS STATE SPECIFICATIONS Route 4 Phone 764-0341 ACME PLUMBING HEATING CO. 208 East First Avenue Lexington, North Carolina PHONE CH 6-2264 Winston-Salem, North Carolina MOTSINGER ' S BLOCK PLANT HAYES JEWELERS 903 Winston Road Lexington, North Carolina " Home of Keepsake Diamonds " Route 9 Winston-Salem, North Carolina For Better Building Blocks Phone 764-0350 COMMUNITY DRUG STORE, INC. Walgreen Agency 206 W. Center Street Lexington, North Carolina ' Round the Clock PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 246-5255 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS W. Stanford Tate Seth G. Miller 246-5022 246-6551 SONNY’S SERVICE Sonny Everhart Owner Welcome, North Carolina Phone 731-3911 For the Finest in Athletic Equipment BOCOCK-STROUD CO. 501 W. Fourth Street Winston-Salem, N. C. " DEPENDABLE FOR 36 YEARS” Compliments of FRANK IX SONS " Weavers of Fine Quality " POPE’S DRIVE-IN AND FABRIC SHOP Home Of The For Fabrics That Are Tops Pope ' s Big-Big-Burger Visit Pope ' s Fabric Shop Phone 731-2253 Phone 731-7301 Compliments of COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS Lexington, North Carolina PICKETT GREEN The Shop For Men Lexington, North Carolina DAVIDSON FUNERAL HOME Lexington, North Carolina 246-2311 " Air-Conditioned Chapel” SMITH’S MEN BOYS’ STORE We appreciate your visit Lexington, North Carolina FRITTS LEONARD Men ' s Boys ' Clothing Lexington, North Carolina BOOSTERS OF NORTH DAVIDSON HIGH SCHOOL COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND CRANFORD ' S FIRESTONE Thomasville, N. C. FIELD ' S INC. Thomasville, N. C. FRED THOMPSON CO. Lexington, N. C. J. C. BECK MACHINE SHOP Welcome, N. C. LEONARD’S CLEANERS Lexington, N. C. MIDWAY COLD STORAGE Winston Rd., Midway, N. C. PIEDMONT ANIMAL HOSPITAL Lexington, N. C. FRITTS PACKING CO. Lexington, N. C. HUDSON BELK CO. Thomasville, N. C. REFRIGERATION SALES SERVICE Thomasville, N. C. WAGNER TIRE SERVICE Lexington, N. C. GRAVER’S PAINT WALL PAPER STORE 25 East Center St., Lexington, N. C. F. N. HEDRICK ' S AMOCO SERVICE Winston Rd., Midway, N. C. FRITTS SERVICE STATION Rt. 5, Winston-Salem, N. C. SMITH BROTHERS’ OIL COMPANY Rt. 6, Winston-Salem SW ICE GOOD REALTY CO., INC. 202 West Center St., Lexington, N. C. THOMPSON AUTO COMPANY 118 West Main St., Thomasville, N. C. BOOSTERS OF NORTH DAVIDSON HIGH SCHOOL DAVIDSON SUPPLY CO. SANITARY BARBER SHOP EPARLE’S A FRIEND E. W. FOUST ' S GROCERY SHAW ESSICK GARAGE GLANELL ' S STEWART ' S GROCERY SERVICE GREEN PRINTING CO. STYLETTE BEAUTY SHOP HINKLE ' S BOOK STORE THE GIFT SHOP HOOVER FURNITURE VAN-CAROL KENNELS HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT WALLACE B. BUTLER, D. D. S. LANIER HARDWARE, INC. WELCOME MILLING CO. LONGVIEW SERVICE STATION WEST CENTER GULF WEST LEXINGTON SERVICE STATION LETTER FROM THE EDITOR How difficult it is for me to realize the year is almost over and the 1966 NORDAHI is finished! At times I almost lost my mind when I counted the pictures to be taken, and the captions and copy to be written, not to mention all those last minute changes; however, at last it is in your hands. The innumerable hours I have spent were symbolic of you as well as of my effort, determination, and defeat. In spite of all the problems and hard work, I loved every moment of this challenging task. Classmates, I appreciate your electing me as editor, thereby expressing your confidence in my ability. I have learned so much from serving in this capacity. I wish that more people could share the joys and heartaches I have experienced as editor. Mrs. Hinkle, thank you for the guidance you have so ably given, and especially for your sincere interest. Mr. Teal, I am grateful indeed for your patience and understanding. Faculty members, you were wonderful to tolerate the classroom interruptions. My deepest gratitude is extended to the following: Mr. Herb Eaton, Mrs. Jaxie Simmons, Mr. Hinkle (Joe), Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lanier, Dr. and Mrs. V. C. Lanier, and School Pictures, Incorporated. Thank you, Mother and Daddy, and all my loving friends for giving me hope and encouragement when the going really got rough. Editing the 1966 NORDAHI has been fun. Perhaps you cannot realize what it really meant to me. My fondest wish is that this yearbook deserves your approval and that you will have as much enjoyment reminiscing through the 1966 NORDAHI as I have had as its editor. Harriette 198 In our theme " Four Colorful Years " , we have attempted in mathematical order for neatness and regularity to incorporate the three guiding principles applied to color: analogy, bringing together happenings bearing close resemblance; contrast, por¬ traying the variation of our events and activities; balance, meaning a compilation of concordant and pleasing sidelights of the school year 1965-1966. Just as no formal system of color arrangement can insure enjoyment and approval, no formal condensation of this year ' s curriculum and school-related activities can insure every pupil ' s enjoyment of the NORDAHI. Much depends upon the individual ' s success and participation during the year. For the Seniors, this marks the climax of " four colorful years” as compared to the Freshmen ' s exciting beginning. There is a tone of expectancy for Juniors who eagerly anticipate a fourth year at North Davidson. The Sophomores, having completed their second hurdle, can look to brighter tones for their remain¬ ing two years. Our sincerest wish is that in future years, the 1966 NORDAHI will furnish opportunities for each student to remember fondly this colorful year at North Davidson High School. C)oncfucfina u J ' our Goforfuf y ears 199 General ' Index Administration.20, 21 Advertisements.164-197 Alpha Beta Gamma.104 Alpha Bi Sci.105 Band.39-41 Baseball.130, 131 Bus Drivers.112, 113 C.C.C. Tournament Queen.129 Chorus. 38 Coaching Staff.114 Curriculum.28-41 Dedication.16 Dramatics.148, 149 Driver ' s Education.37 Faculty.22-27 Forensic Society.103 Freshmen Class.85-91 Freshmen Class Officers.84 Freshmen Football.121 Future Farmers of America.109 Future Homemakers of America .... 108 Future Nurses of America.110 Future Teachers of America. 97 Guidance Department. 25 Homecoming Court.122 Homecoming Queen.123 Homecoming Sponsors.120 Jayvee Boys ' Basketball.128 Jayvee Cheerleaders.135 Jayvee Football.121 Jayvee Girls ' Basketball.128 Junior Civitan Club.102 Junior Class.67-75 Junior Class Officers.66 Knight News Staff.100, 101 Lab Assistants.140 Letter from Editor.198 Library Assistants.139 Library Club.Ill Lunchroom Staff.141 Marshals.150 May Court .152 May Queen.153 Miss North Davidson.145 Monogram Club.106 My Fair Lady.154, 155 National Honor Society. 96 Nordahi Staff.98, 99 Office Staff.137 Pep Club.107 Projection Staff.139 Senior Achievements.160-163 Senior Class.43-61 Senior Class Officers.42 Senior Mascots.61 Senior Superlatives.62-65 Sophomore Class.77-83 Sophomore Class Officers.76 Student Council.94, 95 Student Life.156-159 Teacher Assistants.137 Track.132, 133 Valentine Court.146 Valentine King and Queen.147 Varsity Boys ' Basketball.124, 125 Varsity Cheerleaders.134 Varsity Football.115-119 Varsity Girls ' Basketball.126, 127 The mortgage burning indicated that the football bleachers were free of debt. 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North Davidson High School - Nordahi Yearbook (Lexington, NC) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

North Davidson High School - Nordahi Yearbook (Lexington, NC) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1

1961

North Davidson High School - Nordahi Yearbook (Lexington, NC) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

1962

North Davidson High School - Nordahi Yearbook (Lexington, NC) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

North Davidson High School - Nordahi Yearbook (Lexington, NC) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

North Davidson High School - Nordahi Yearbook (Lexington, NC) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

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