North Forsyth High School - Cynosure Yearbook (Winston Salem, NC)
- Class of 1965
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NORTH FORSYTH SENIOR HIGH
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Sports Photos-Arlie L. Worrell
things go forward, not to grow is to die. Growth is
often painful, but it is the essence and evidence
Now in her second year, North Senior bears evi-
dence of the population explosion as her enroll-
ment increases steadily. Already seven supple-
mentary trailer classrooms stand in soldierly rank
along our back campus, and crowded corridors
during class changes impede the progress of hurry-
North has been both deliberately and uncon-
sciously establishing those traditions which her
students will build upon and carry away with them
to cherish forever.
In this second volume of THE CYNOSLJRE the
editors have attempted to picture life as it is at
North, to capture the spirit of enthusiasm and de-
votion that illumines our days, to show some of
the ways in which we grow.
Please accept this book in the same spirit in
which the editors have prepared it-with pride
and pleasure, And of North herself, may
"Our echoes roll from soul to soul
And grow for ever and for ever"
Doors open Wide to
The hand that guides both new and old students throughout
their high school career is that of our principal, Mr. Julian
On Tuesday, September l,
l964, school officially opened
for the second year at North.
Juniors and seniors, familiar
with the campus and various
procedures observed at North,
returned for the most import-
ant years of their high school
career, Sophomores from Min-
eral Springs, Northwest, and
l-lanes Junior High awaited
with a sort of fearful anticipa-
tion the beginning of o new
The silent halls, typical of summer vacation, come alive with the bustling activities of a new
student body. The crowded conditions of assemblies and pep rallies give evidence of the
fact that North is in an ever growing state,
Student Life .... . . 4 Activities . . . . . .123
Faculty and Administration .... 21 Athletics . .... 169
Classes .,.. 41 Senior Statistics . . . .201
Students note a record-breaking enrollment
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The faculty at North expanded this
year to encompass seventy-two teach-
ers and a fully qualified administra-
tive staff. New teachers encouraged a
wider variety of subjects for the stu-
dent's choice and gave the student a
more roundly developed educational
background. New faculty members
were quickly initiated into North's
rules and routines and found both stu-
dents and faculty members friendly
and helpful. Teachers and students be-
came better acquainted as the days
wore on and each student knew that
an interested faculty member was al-
ways ready to help and advise.
Shop procedures require careful supervision
Mrs. McClaren guides her students with patience and skill.
Teachers guide us with patience
broadens to offer a greater variety of courses
The Administrative staff
ran our school with an
a m a z i n g efficiency con-
sidering the vast responsi-
bility they bore to a student
body of over seventeen hun-
dred. Always deluged with
work, the guidance counsel-
ors nevertheless found suffi-
cient time to take an active
interest in each student who
sought aid. Our principal
and assistant principal, the
most important men in
North's school system, work-
ed hard and diligently
throughout the year in an
unceasing effort to make
North Forsyth an outstand-
ing example among schools
and to generate and main-
tain a desirable rapport be-
tween faculty and student.
Mr Sims instructs a commercial math
Clggg, Faculty members enjoy an interesting conversation during their lunch break.
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Vikings continue to Win honors in
Gridiron action thrills a throng of enthusiastic fans at the homecoming game.
Josh Jenkins shoots over the heads of a flock of Titans.
Wrestlers practice before a conference match.
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The athletic program at North ex-
panded this year to encompass a tennis
team and a golf team. These new activi-
ties broadened the field of choice for all
athletics-minded students. The year be-
gan with emphasis on the hard-driving
football team, and as winter appeared
the stress shifted to North's invincible
basketball team, Spring, of course, found
baseball the most talked-about sport.
Other sports throughout the year includ-
ed track, cross-country, and wrestling for
the male athletes, and volleyball, speed-
ball, softball, and basketball for any girl
interested in sports.
Cartwright sings out words of encouragement
expands to encompass tenms and golf
Debbie Tuttle and Eve Varellas amuse the students with an original skit.
All North students look forward to
pep rallies with enthusiasm and anti-
cipation. Besides being a break in the
established routine of classes, the pep
rallies provide an outlet for expressing
school spirit. During l964-'65 colorful
and original skits created howls of
laughter in the crowded bleachers.
Faithful Vikings dressed as cheer-
leaders, Valkyries, and Eaglesg and
well-padded football players frolicked
before the lively crowds. Eyes sparkled
with delight when the coaches and
players gave their impromptu speeches
about forth-coming victories, But the
real life of every pep rally, large or
small, was the hard-working cheer-
leading squad. They led the student
body in rousing cheers to encourage
The finale of every cheer is a high jump.
invites all Vikings to
The Pep Club sponsors o contest for the best costume ot the Eost
Boys imitating the Vcilkyries get 0 rousing cheer from
Mr. Gibson gets o rousing cheer from the student body os be enioys d ride around the
Coiiseum, compliments ot Fred Lewis, principal or Eost Forsyth High School,
Various assembly p r o g r a m s
throughout the school year provid-
ed the student body with interest-
One ot the most impressive pro-
grams presented was by a protes-
sional group called the Spurrlows,
who were commissioned to perform
at various schools throughout our
country. The theme, Music for
Modern Americans, encompassed
an admirable blending ot music
and song. Almost as great in popu-
larity was the Valkyries' revue of
their first year's performances.
This provided a spectacular show
at dance and song by sixty vivaci-
Other notable assemblies in-
cluded the French Club assembly
and pre-election debate.
orth hosts foreign
Lynn Dowell's antics amuse her fellow students during the dramatization of a French play,
Seniors Billy Welborn and
Dick Pruitt entertain student
body at a variety show.
Members of the boys', girls' and mixed chorus practice for their annual pre-Christmas
Foreign exchange student Nhora Cordoza poses for the school
Nhora spends many hours with her American sister, Louise Curry.
North was one of the schools in Winston Salem
again honored by being chosen as host to an exchange
student. Nhora Cardoza of Bucaramungo, Colombia,
arrived in the Twin City just in time to enjoy an
American Thanksgiving, During her stay in the home
of senior Louise Curry, Nhora was initiated into the
mysteries of the American way of life, from weeiuns
to hot dogs. Her routine was a busy mixture of classes,
ball games, club meetings, movies, shopping, ond
meeting new friends. Our South American visitor took
many memories of Vikings and snow balls with her
when she departed in February to remain forever a
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Early October finds students preparing for
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Homecoming preparations are delegated to various committees. The Field Committee tackles
the job ot decorating the homecoming float and co-ordinating the halftime activities.
Moore outdaes herself
the homecoming pep
During the weeks preceding the annual Hame-
coming activities, the members of the Student
Council became intriguingly busy with secretive
preparations. The theme, Thanks for the Memo-
ries, was voted upon and committees appointed to
distribute the responsibilities which come with
planning such a large event, The Field Committee
worked on the blue and white float, decided upon
the best method of presenting the court, and work-
ed with the band to acquire the wanted musical
innual homecoming festivities
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The 1964 Homecoming Queen, Janet Carter, returns to present her
crown to ci new Queen.
Another committee assumed the task of decorating the
gym for the Homecoming Dance heid after the game, and
a third committee, the Refreshment Committee, ordered
vast supplies ot punch and sandwiches.
The announcement of a new queen brings Cries of de
iight from Ramona and her court,
Attendant Rena Patterson awaits her turn to be in-
troduced to the spectators.
Homecoming Queen Ramona Taylor takes her throne.
Janet Mabe, Homecoming Attendant
draws large crowds
ln a crowded stadium, North stu-
dents and alumni watched with spark-
ling eyes as Ramona Taylor was crown-
ed Homecoming Queen ot l965. Also
honored by the football team were at-
tendants Janet Mabe, Ann Hartgrove,
Rena Patterson, and Rita Brooks.
Rena Patterson i
Rim Brooks' Homecoming Attendant Ann Hartgrove, Homecoming Attendant
Clubs render valuable SCIVICCS to school
The sale of chocolate during the daily lunch period by French Clubbers Jill Vaughn Alice
Frick, and Bettianne Moore raises funds for club activities
Every student at North Forsyth can find a
club to fit his individual needs. With this
abundance of clubs, North Forsyth is the reci-
pient of many valuable services.
With bundles, bundles, and more bundles,
the North High Key Club once again walked
away with top honors in the annual Goodwill
Bundle Day competition.
Senior Y-Teen members Sandra Graves and Cindy Jones decorate the
Y-Teen Christmas tree displayed in the school library.
The famous countenance of Leif Ericson greets visitors
as they enter North Forsyth Senior High, A Christmas
present to the school from the Student Council, this paint-
ing occupies a place of honor in the trophy case.
Though it is not in the trophy case, our school flag is a
prized possession here at North. Given to the school by
the Valkyries, the flag finds its place in assemblies and at
the head of the North High Band,
The Key Club marquee, the beautification of the cam-
pus by the Hi-Y, the Y-Teens' Christmas treeg all these
symbolize growth . . , the growth of a school , . . of peo-
ple , , . of North.
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Hall monitor Marcia Bunn studies while on hall duty.
Library Club inductees Charles Hauser and Betty Robertson
receive prizes from Chi-Chi Ziglar for creating the most
Students benefit from extra-curricular activities
All the anxities of study and school life began to
fade as the final days of school approached. To any
senior these final days were the most important, and,
to many, the saddest of their high school career.
While underclassmen paced through final exams and
activities, the senior class participated in the various
phases involved in graduating. Cops and gowns ar-
rived, plans for commencement speakers and pro-
cedures were solidified, and rehearsals ensued. Under
warm spring skies, students, faculty, and devoted par-
ents and friends flocked to Memorial Coliseum for
With tassels swaying, the seniors marched into the
Coliseum to the familiar strains of POMP AND CIR-
CUMSTANCE. ln this, their last appearance as a unit-
ed class, the seniors took a giant step forward and
over the threshold of adult life. As each new graduate
received his diploma, the immensity of this moment
was intensified. With a firm handshake, Mr. Gibson
wished them Godspeed, and 555 students stepped into
a new and somewhat frightening adult world.
Graduations means work for many seniors. Here Lynn Dowell
ond Bettianne Moore prepare for the exercises to be held
in the Coliseum.
Seniors Lynn Dowell and Louise Curry admire their class rings.
Memones of Student Life fade as
An efficient administrative staff enables
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Mr. Gibson is the undisputed head of North
Senior. Let no man be brash enough to question it.
To the wrong-doer he metes out justice with a firm
and impartial hand, but for the hurt and the un-
happy he has the gentleness, the sympathy, the
understanding that characterize the truly great.
North students are proud of their highly per-
sonable principal and will support against all com-
ers their contention that he is unequalled in the
ranks at good principals.
Mr. Malcolm, assistant principal, is known
throughout the school community tor his dry wit,
his subtle humor, his quiet reserve, and his untail-
ing kindness With unlimited patience he listens
to student excuses and helps with problems.
Mrs, Kastner and Mr. Bowen are ever busy in
the field ot guidance, while Mrs. Allen and Mrs.
Burge manipulate the involved processes of office
management with skill and finesse.
Mr. James Malcolm
SEATED Mr Ned Smith Mr. Marvin Ward, Mr. Raymond Sarbaugh, STAND- l
ING Mr Leo Morgan Mr Bob Blevins, Mr. Ted Lineback, Mr. Eugene Johnston.
North to function smoothly
Mr. Rupert Bowen Mrs. Gertrude Kastner
Guidance Counselor Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Opal Allen Mrs. Eleanor Burge
Mrs. Margaret Blackburn
Miss Betty Hobbs
Highl qualified English teachers drill
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Mrs. Phyllis Carswell
English ll, Ill
Mrs. Mary Marinus
English lll, IV
Mrs, Carswell stresses the importance of American literature.
Mrs. Jackie Gibson Mrs. Mary Hauser
English ll, lll English ll
English is for everybody at North, four years being
the minimum requirement for graduation. While
seventy-three instructors contribute to the teaching
of English, fourteen fulltime, highly qualified teachers
make up our English Department. ln addition to the
regular courses required of all students, English-relat-
ed courses-journalism, dramatics, and speech--are
offered as electives,
Clinics are available for the student who has a
speech problem, remedial reading clinics are also
available free or at minimum cost to the student,
clarity of expression in writing is emphasized in all
classes at North,
Chi-Chi Ziglar seems entranced by Carl Sandberg's poetry.
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students in grammar and composition
Mrs. Erline Martin Mrs. Ruth McClaren Mrs. Louise Newman
English IV English ll English IV
Mr. Tom Pickel Miss Jesse Threllfall Mrs. Dorothy Thomas
English ll English IV English IV
Bulletin boards encourage reading skills.
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Mrs. Edna Walls
Journalism classes make use of a practical knowledge of English
composition and grammar.
Librar provides valuable research facilities
Mrs. Vance aids Ken James in research work.
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Due to the donation of PTA funds, North's library
has grown in the number and variety of its books this
Under the supervision of two librarians, the student
library staff operates the library for the benefit of
both students and teachers. The library facilities are
available for reading and research work.
The library assistants relinquish their study halls
several days a week to work in the library, Shelving
books, repairing worn covers, arranging shelves and
displays, and supervising book checkouts are some of
the many jobs undertaken by the staff. This gives
valuable experience for many future occupations
which they might desire to enter.
Mrs. l-lagaman fills out a book order form,
Librarians aid in the selection of reading materials.
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Marching Vikings prepare for participation in the Christmas Parade.
Electives broaden our background
Our school is often brightened by paintings and un-
usual sculpture produced by our art classes. With the
aid ot Miss Maddrey, the art teacher, students who
choose this elective course are given an opportunity
to experiment in many types ot art. Lettering and a
knowledge ot perspective are some of the primary
skills acquired by the students. More involved work
follows, including painting, sculpture, and working
Under the direction of Mr. Carl Chiddister, our new
music director, North's Music Department has expand-
ed broadly this year. The student with an interest in
musical instruments may have instruction in using his
chosen instrument and become a member of North
High School Band.
The student who likes to sing may enroll in Chorus
as an elected course. As a member of the Chorus, he
takes part in group programs throughout the year. Es-
pecially commended by the student body is the Christ-
mas chapel program rendered by the Chorus.
Ricky Nail experiments with water colors.
Mr. Carlyle Chiddister
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instructors three choral groups.
Q Lotin students enjoy Miss Longley's discussion of Roman
Miss Huggins instructs students in the use of the French calendar. pareian Ianaaaae Students entertain excnanae Student
Foreign Language Department incorporates
g Miss Virginia Langley
Miss Nancy Hannah Miss Jane Huggins in H In
French I, II French I, II English Ill
One of the most extensive programs at
North Forsyth is our Language program which
involves French, Latin, and Spanish.
The French Department has grown rapidly
this year to become the largest section of the
Language Department. French students en-
gage in first to third year classes. French
grammar is most important to the beginning
French student, but to the more experienced
third year student, conversation and practi-
cal use of the language are emphasized. All
French pupils become well-informed in the
intricacies of French customs and culture,
The speech laboratory which has been newly
installed this year is proving an invaluable
and substantial help to the user.
Latin is tar from being dead at North
where many students study the Roman lang-
uage with capable instructors. Early Roman
life, culture, and history are also emphasized.
The relationship between Latin and other
world languages based upon it also proves
interesting when studied by the Latin classes.
For the student wishing still another
choice, Spanish is popular. Spanish classes
learn not only the language, but the cus-
toms and cultures ot Spanish speaking peo-
ples along with the government, geography,
and economy of their countries.
Interest in Spanish is stimulated by our ex-
change system which sends two students from
Bucaramanga to live tor two months in our
community and attend our school.
Mrs. Northrop incorporates tapes and an extensive vocabulary in teaching
the French language,
a' Miss Hannah explains a French assignment
Mrs. Lazelle Northrop Miss Eloise Teague
French II, Ill 5POniSt1 l, ll
Science courses make use of
Miss Ellis and a biology student inspect a living cell.
Chemistry lab means many hours of fun.
Miss Burtie Caroll Miss Nancy Ellis
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Mr. Fred Anderson
Mrs. Wymona Bufner
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Miss Carroll answers a student's
questions concerning a
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Students find experiments complicated and time consuming.
Mrs. Sara Frick
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her biology classes.
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ln order to keep in step with an ever-growing
emphasis upon science, North strives to keep its
program sufficient to the needs of its students, A staff
of eight qualified instructors offer courses in the
basic sciences as well as in the more advanced ones.
Those interested in the physical aspects of science,
may elect chemistry and physics. Ecology, biology, and
advanced biology represent the organic sciences.
Mrs. Eva Sprinkle
Mr. Jimmy Wilhelm
An elective typing course proves valuable to future College students,
Mr. Thomas Berrier Mr. Louie Beck
Bookkeeping Distributive Education
Mrs. Byrne listens attentively to a student's inquiry.
Mr. Berrier gives individual help to o puzzled student.
One of the most valuable courses offered to
North students interested in a business career is
the commercial curriculum. Under the supervision
of a well-equipped staff of teachers, commercial
juniors and seniors engage in dictation and drills
designed to increase both speed and accuracy in
various business techniques.
Commercial Classes are th
Mrs. Myrtle Bryne Mrs. Coleen Furches
Bookkeeping Shorthand I, ll
Typing I Typing ll
Mrs. Martha Hix
The typing laboratories at North are the scene
of never-ending sound, continuous erasing, and all-
too-trequent trips to the waste basket. Strains of
music are often heard issuing forth from these
doors, much to the surprise of the non-participat-
ing members of the student body who still find
typing to music a bit humorous. Shorthand, book-
ing, commercial math, and business law com-
plete this curriculum for the future business
The culmination of the school year for com-
mercial students is the presentation of the Out-
standing Business Student Award by the Better
Business Bureau. This presentation takes place at
graduation and is based on selection by the fa-
ey to better business
Typist Gerald Henley strives for speed and accuracy.
Mr. Neill takes charge of the l.C.T, program.
Mrs. Betty Speose Mr. Ben Neill
Typing l Senior ICT
Shorthand classes prepare commercial students for a future in
Mrs. Speas aids a confused student.
Mrs. Wilma Crowe Mr. A. C. Larrimore
Alegbra ll Algebra l, ll
Plane Geometry Plane Geometry
Mr, Larrimore takes several hours from his coaching activities to
instruct geometry classes.
John Elliot finds an opportunity to advance mechanical drawing
Mr. Charles McKinney Miss Eugenia McNew
Plane Geometry Algebra ll
Commercial Math Trigonometry
Eight vital and enthusiastic instructors
animate the XtY areas of our curriculum,
Modern mathematics has superseded the
traditional pattern in many classes. All
students must take one course in addition
to the offerings of the junior high school,
and academic students are required to
take two. Capable students are then
channeled into a variety of additional
Beyond minimal reqiurements, most
college-bound students take Modern AI-
gebra, trigonometry, plane and solid
Mr. David Nifong Mr. Harold Parkey
Algebra I Mechanical Drawing I ll
Mr' Ruben Sims Mrs. Lucille Speas
Commercial Math AlQ9bf0 ll
Chris Jordan finds algebra a challenge. Senior Math Modem Algebra
Math students divide their attention between the photographer and their teacher.
Miss Mary Ta rman
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The antics of Pep Club members entertain teachers at a pep rally.
Communism and team
American History, World History, Geography,
Contemporary History, a nd Communism are
some of the courses which may be chosen by a
history student at North. Upon making his
choice, the student is placed in the class of one
of North's competent history instructors to be-
gin his study. Advanced students may find them-
selves in special team-teaching or television
classes. The television class is varied since some
of the classes are taught by the teacher and
some by a television professor, Team-teaching
classes, new at North this year, are taught by
two teachers working co-operatively in one class.
This type of teaching has proven to benefit both
students and teachers.
Mr. Charles Anderson Mrs. Dean Clifford Mr. Howard Purdue
American History American History Geography
World History World History Commercial Math
Contemporary History American History
Mr. Jerry Peoples Miss Martha Stephenson Mr. Junior Watson
American History American History American History
World History World History World History
,re assets to the Histor
Something entirely new this year in the His- i it in
tory Department is a one-year elective course in
Communism offered to any senior, Mr. Peoples,
the Communism instructor, strives to impress
upon his pupils the values and merits of our
governmental system as he instructs them in the
basic beliefs, policies and principles of the
Mr. Pardue prepares a history lecture.
Mrs. Blanche Zimmerman Mr. Bob Burris Sandra Graves busily notes important historical
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World History General Business
Coach Alexander relates one of his "famous" stories to history
Miss Stephenson observes her team-teacher at work.
Mr Wilson Alexander Miss Teresa Barbee
Physical Education General Math
American History Physical Education
Mr Gray Cartwright
some classes We learn
The North High School Physical Education
program has expanded this year to include
junior as well as sophomore students. The
physical education students participate in a
gym class twice a week. The gym instructors
strive to impress upon their pupils the im-
portance of good health, co-ordination, and
physical fitness through various drills, exer-
cises, and games.
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The Drive-O-Trainer is equipped with twelve automobile panels.
Students guide their automobiles along a
Teachers enjoy chatting at an afternoon tea.
North High School offers an extensive
program of Driver Education for all students.
Students first engage in classroom Driver
Training where they are initiated into the mys-
teries of automobile mechanics, fundamentals
of operation of cars, and traffic laws and re-
lf a student chooses to continue his train-
ing, he spends several weeks in the Driver-O-
Trainer, a new teaching aid at North. This
trailer contains twelve automobile panels
which enable students to practice operating a
car. The separate panels contain the vital
parts ofa car, such as the speedometer, brake,
and steering wheel, While watching a picture
shown on a large movie screen, the pupil
learns to maneuver his automobile as though
he were driving on a real highway in a live
Many students find it more convenient
Mr. Norman Barringer
to take Driver Education during the
orth offers valuable elective courses
Shop student works at the sanding machine.
Students do not have to take strictly
academic courses. For the student who
plans to work rather than to continue his
education, North offers a variety of
courses which teach practical and useful
Many girls study in our Home Econo-
mics Department. They are instructed in
the useful arts of cooking, sewing, and
child care. Our modern and convenient
kitchen units and sewing room provide
the basis for many valuable hours spent
in this department.
Agriculture is a course which appeals
to many of North's young men and fu-
ture farmers. The study of agriculture
provides the student with information on
raising crops, caring for farm animals,
and increasing the production of our farm
Those students desiring to develop
skills for future occupations such as car-
pentry often choose Shop as an important
part of their high school curriculum.
Mrs. Vera Penner
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Home Economics classes instruct students in culinary art.
Mrs. Nancy McCollum
Home Economics I, Il
Mr. Charles Selle
Agriculture I, ll
Mr. Charles Jarvis
Agriculture ll, Ill, IV
Mrs. Eugenia Woaclall
Home Economics ll, lll
Senior Class Officers: Mike Willis, President, l-larvey Bauguess, Vice-President, Rita Brooks,
Secretary, Bill Raisner, Treasurer,
Exciting is the word for the senior at North. Having
grown both physically and mentally and having al-
most attained a high school education, seniors pre-
pare to take a giant step into the world, either as col-
lege students or as men and women launching a new
The senior year involves a great number of import-
ant decisions tor the student. l-le is urged to hurry
with college applications, select and pay tor invita-
tions, and find time to be fitted tor caps and gowns.
Class rings arrive and seniors select Memorial Coli-
seum as the site for graduation about June l.
Studies continue to be a pressing issue, accompan-
ied by a certain nervous anxiety over that scholarship
application or business interview,
The junior class honors the seniors with a prom in
early May, and finally graduation comes.
John Wayne Aaron
Larry Thomas Adams
Marilyn Lee Adams
Paul Edward Albert
Linda Gayle Alderman
John Stanley Allen
Larry Gray Alley
Gail Poston Anders
Daniel Eugene Anderson
Mary Elaine Jerry Lynn
Brenda Jane Martha Jeane
Rebecca Allison Bailey
Bonnie Yvonne Ball
Peggy Lynn Banner
Jeanette Faye Barr
Cecil Lee Barber
Stephen Thomas Barrow
Raymond Larry Bassetti
www Harvey Reid Bauguess
Linda Gail Ba ug uess
Billy Wayne Cathy Mae John Davis Samuel Robert Patty Ann
Beeson Beitel Bell Bell Belton
Jan Clarke Bills
Donald Eugene Blackburn
Shirley Ann Blackburn
Jeffrey Allen Blackman
Bobbie Gray Blakley
Rachel Ann Blakley
Endie Sue Blakley
James Edward Bleckley
John Randall Bodenhamer
Ann Greylynn Ramona Gayle
Lynn Dowell ossumes The responsibility of preparing
the daily devotions,
Terry Wayne Boose
Larry Douglas Booth
Brenda Gail Bovender
Roger William Bovender, Jr.
Janice Anne Bowles
Donna Lee Boyd
Larry Wayne Boyer
Rita Carolyn Brooks
Ralph Allen Brown
Barbara Brenda Sue Harold James Judy Carol Sharron Lee
Brown Brown Brown Brown Budd
Elizabeth Gayle Bullard
June Ray Bullard
Frank Leon Burgess
Marylin Frances Burnette ,wus 4
Sharon Catherine Burnette
Dennis Weldon Byrd
James Austin Byrd
Linda Dianne Elizabeth Victoria Nancy Carol Frances Elizabeth Janet Elizabeth
Call Campbell Carlton Carroll Carter
Sue Elizabeth Carter
Sharon Elizabeth Casey
John Joseph Cates
Nady Milton Cates, Ill
Larry Clifford Cecile
Allen Bruce Chambers
Thomas Howard Chappell
Edward Eugene Choplin
William Gray Comer
Calvin Joseph Conrad
Charles Steven Cooke
Joseph Carter Cooley
Dale William Copeland
Steven Roger Corns
Carolyn Jean Cox
Carol Imogene Creson
Linda Jean Cromer
Mike Robert Mark Alton
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Roger Moser Folding Booster Club pamphlets is the duty of Key
Crump Clubbers Steve Long ond John Dillard.
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Jere Lee David Charles John Talmadge
Davis DeHar! Dillard, Jr.
Jerry Jackson Culler
Louise Elkins Curry
Lindo Kay Cutrell
Carol Elizabeth Dancy
Leon Ross Daniels, Jr.
William Ernest Donner, Jr.
Carolyn Joyce Davis
Glenda Jean Davis
Patricia Ann Dodson
Jimmy Lee Doty
Dale Thomas Doub
Mary Dianne Doub
Susan Jane Doub
Phillip Rudolph Douglas
Anita Lynn Dowell 'Hp
Toni Maria Duggins
Alan Edward Dunnagan
Carol Suzanne William Andrew Larry Steven Glenna Jean Michael Allen
Dunnagan Edwards Edwards Elam Eller
Vicki Kay Ellis
Dallas Terry England
Ora Spencer Evans, Jr.
David Lee Faircloth
Nancy Lynn Fairclath
Judy Marlene Farmer
rw, Terry Gene Faust
Scott Catherine Ferguson
Ronnie Gray Fespermon
Bobby Gloria Moore Rebecca Carol Constance Elaine
Floyd Flynn Flynt Flynt
Garner, J r.
Doreen Linda Folsem
Dorcas Delores Foster
Lela May Foster
Brenda Gail Fulcher
Dwane Anthony Fulk
James Michael Fulk
Barry David Fulp
Judy Mae Fulp
William Earl Olin Phillip Seniors David Sherrill and Carlos McCracken enjoy
Garris, Jr. Gentry, Jr. the East gome.
Rebecca Rose Gentry
David Elam George
Stephen Lee Gibson
my Caroline Moore Gilbert
James Howard Gilley, Jr.
Michael Lewis Going
Sharon Kay Gordon
Vicki Lynn Gordon
Sandra Leigh Graves
Donna Christine Sandra Faye Jackie Steve Bernett Donna Le
Griffin Griffin Grubbs Grubbs Guice
Minnie Rebecca Gunn
John Austin Gwyn
Tina Diane Hailey
Ginger Lawson Hall
Phyllis Ann Hall
Alyce Marian Hambrighl'
Burl Thomas Hammock
Judy Lynn Hancock
Shirley Ann Haneline
Sally Ann Beverly Jean
Edward Wayne Michael Dwight
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Martha Ann Hartgrove
Joseph Dane Hartgrove
James Dry Hartman, Jr.
Janet Lee Hauser
Martha Sallie Hauser
Judith Sandra Hawks
Brenda Calvinetta Haynes
Marion Gilbert Hayworth
Jesse Milton John Powell Charles Larry Gary William Michael Moore
Head, Jr. Heath, Jr. Heath Hendrix Hendrix
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Teen Page Correspondent Sherry Budd exhibits the
weekly edition of the Teen Page.
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Daune Lourae Martha Ann Judith Elizabeth
Hutchens Hutchens Hutchins
Linda Jo Hollingsworth
John Charles Holt
Loretta Diane Hooker
James William Hoots
Bruce Steven Horton
Jean Carol Hudspeth
Mary Ann Hughes
Patricia Jacqueline Hughes
Cheryl Lea Hunter
Mary Frances lngram
Jettie Faye Inman
Margaret Jane Isaacs
Jerry Lee lsenhour
Patsy Carol lvester
Patricia Ann Jackson
Roy Edward Jarnagin, Jr.
Ollie Gray Jenkins
Cheryl Jean Jeziorski
Carol Jean Phyllis Elaine
Cynthia Ann John Anthony Christian Douglas
Jones Jones Jordan
Susan Earle Sylvia Estella Thomas Lloyd
Kiger Kiger Kimball
Barbara Kay Kelly
Wada Denny Key
Charles Steve Kiger
Doris Ann Kiger
Jan Allen Kiger
Keith Brian Kiger
Mickey Wall Kiger
Desdemona Kay Kirby
Robert Lee Kiser
Larry Gordon Knott
Margaret Leigh Knoit
Sandra Lynn Knott
Alvin Thomas Kyle, J
Rebecca Elaine Lamb
Jesse Raymond Lankford
Joseph Eugene Lankford
Teresa Elaine Richard Martin
L0"di"9h0m I-0V"'del' Sensors choose typing os on eiectuve course
Linda Gray Donna Gail Richard Allan
Lindsay Lineback Linville
Linda Lou Lawrence
Robert Mitchell Lawson
Glenda Ann Lawson
Raymond Earl Lawson, Jr.
Robert Edward Lawson, Jr.
Evelyn Brewer Leinbach
Roger Steve Leon
Jimmy Autry Lichefield
Michael Lee Cherry Blane
Steve Edwin Long
Gwen Frances Long
Tommy Walter Lord
Donald Bert Lucas
Carolyn Faye Lunsford
Danny Mestnick Luper
Mike Fred Lynch
Boyd Keith Henry Thomas
Martha Ann Sherry Gail William Francis
Mabe Mabe Maloney
Nelphia Elizabeth Marsh
Harry Venable Martin
Joseph David Martin
Steve Carl Mason
Ramona Louise McCanless
Christopher S. McClellan
Carolyn Jean McCoy
Margaret Kay Marcia Ann
Thomas Kenneth McMurray,
Donna Rae Mecham
Susan Kae Mecham
Kathryn Gunter Meeks
Donny Kaye Melton
Ronnie Parsan Memdenhall,
Karen Marie Merritt
Sylvia Jane Merritt
Nicholas Frederick Mertes
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Judy Marie Miller
Keith Carlos Miller
Steven Michael Milner
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bl Bettianne Moore
9' .,,,,.i..--K Clyde Gray Moorefield
James William Morefield
Donald Hiram Jimmy Winston Emmie Marie Patsy Marie Carol Emily
Morgan Morton Moser Moser Moss
Marilyn Kay Myers
Randall Wade Myers
Richard Wayne Nail
Brenda Sue Needham
Ella Bee Nicholson
Kenneth Gray Nicks, Jr.
Debbie Ann Norman
Jerry Lee Norman
Wanda Ruth Norman
William Gary Jerry Gray
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Kay Frances Coy Mack Raymond Lee
Owens Park Parker J
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William H. Judy Carol Brenda Ward
Petree, Jr, Pfaff Phillips
Salli Jane Parker
Sammy Edward Parsons
Tony Maurice Parton
Martha Ann Paschal
Irene Virginia Patterson
Arnold Daniel Pernell
Warren Lee Peters
Jane Evelyn Petree
Brenda Kay Plemmons
Joan Tris Poole
Nancy Ann Poole
William A. Poole
Theodore Alfred Porter, Jr. MJ
Lindo Carol Posey
David Brown Powell 'V' .Rx
Jan Sherry Powers P"""' Q'-of
Billy Ray Presswood
Desi? -I:-inzley Maryposrome sa':ueINRiwf'd Pep rallies provide on outlet for enthusiasm of both
me or ug me ' students and teachers.
William Russell Raisner, Jr.
Linda Dale Randleman
Dorothy Jean Randleman
Edward Eugene Raymer
Brenda Sue Reece
Linda Ruth Reece
Brenda Faye Reich
Pamela Jean Reich
Phyllis Kay Phyllis Dean Phillip Eugene Anne Marie
Reisinger Reynolds Rhyne Rickter
Nancy Sue Roberts
William Gaston Robinson Il
William Stanley Rule
Linda Lou Rush
Janet Lea Sapp
Robert James Satterfield
Richard Allen Saunders
Phillip Laurence Saylor
Sandra Kaye Scales
Vicki O'Dare Sechrist
Susan Yvonne Selle
Brenda Cheryl Sexton
Dennis Bland Seymour
Cathy Lorraine Sheek
Della Diane Shermer
Brenda Sue Shields
Jacqueline Kay Shields
Delores Ann Bennie Ray Teresa Ann Berrell Franklin Brenda Sue
Shook Shore Shore Shrader Shropshire
Linda Lou Shropshire
Paneen Jane Shropshire
Linda Diane Shutt
Ben Wesley Sloop
Gary Ray Sloop
Jake Marshall Sluder, Jr
Lora Ann Smith
Gregory Lee Snow
Patricia Elaine Creston Randolph Jayne Moore Effie Sue Christine Abigail
Snow Southard, Jr. Southard Southern Spainhour
Joyce Diane Spainhour
Kay Frances Speagle
John David Specs
Anne Evelyn Sprinkle
W in Jane Elizabeth Sprinkle
Donald Lee Stack
Rayman Stansfield, Jr.
Lucille James Eric Robert Charles Kenneth
Starbuck Stephens Stewart Stewart
Herbert Eugene Stoltz
Teresa Orella Story
Joanna Beth Stowell
Alfred William Stultz, Jr,
David Aldine Swartzel
Tommy Eugene Swink
Jennifer Lowe Tarkington
Mary Ellen Tatro
Nancy Kate Ramona Hope
Ronnie Wilson Shirley Dean Robert Lawrence
Taylor Taylor Thomas
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Geneva Gayle Brenda Gail Deborah Rose
Tucker Tuttle Tuttle
Shover Lee Thomas
Jimmy Ray Thompson
Cheryl Lea Thornton
Mike Hanes Thornton
Rebecca Claudine Throckmorton l
Bobby Ray Tilley
Marilyn Gayle Tillotson
Roger Franklin Tise
Gerald Odell Trexler
Robert Douglas Steve Lawrence
, Tuttle Tuttle
Mike Pardue Vannoy
Eva Helen Varellas
Barbara Kay Vaughn
Jill Susan Vaughn
Karen Rita Vernon
Linda Kay Vogler
Richard Allen Walden
Rebecca Ann Walker
Barbara Jean Sylvia Yvonne
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David Sherrill and Mike Vannoy compare football
Gary Charles Ward
Carl Marion Warner
Patricia Ann Watkins
Brenda Joan Watson
Charles Hampton Watson, Jr.
Janie Lee Watson
Michael Ray Weaver
,ge Jeanne Leigh Webber
William Marion Welborn
Larry Joe James Kenneth Howard J. Martha Ann E. C.
Welch West, Jr. Westmoreland, Jr. Westmoreland White, J
Linda Faye Whiteheart
Louis Wayne Whiteheart
Terry .lean Whitley
Dottie Lee Whitmon
Vickie Lee Whitt
Charles Franklin Williams, J
Ronald Keith Carolyn Sue Michael Patricia Ann
Williams Williamson Willis Winebarger
Sandra Lera Witt
Linda Lee Witty
Darlene Kathryn Wolff
Ronald Eugene Wolfington
Michael Wayne Wood
Donald Wayne Woodall
Patricia Ann Wooten
Rebecca Ann Wooten
Gleason Hale Worrell
Harold Stone Kathryn Cordelia Dennis A. LY"dU l-ee Rickey Nelson
Wright Yeager Young YOUNG Young
Stephen Kant Young
Susan Irene Young
Eugenia Carson Harper
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Junior art students depict Dickens's A Christmas Carol on the office
Junior Judy Lynn Tuttle's singing is a treat for all Vikings
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the football field.
Juniors boost school spirit by active participation in pep rallies,
Robert G. Johnson
Linda Susan Kiger
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0 Mrs, Burge and Mrs. Allen lend a friendly hand to students in distress
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Mrs Gibson leads her classes into the mysteries of American literature
with refreshingly versatile approaches
Dee Dee Rogers
Sue Soutne rn
Juniors porticipote in varsity sports.
Mory A. Speose
Ca rol Stokes
Jerry Lee Spease
Deceased Dec, 4, l964
Judy E. Tuttle
Judy L. Tuttle
La Von Williams
.lunlor cheerleaders bring rouszng cheers from the student body
Sophomore Class Officers: Poul Kanzer, Vice-President, Bob Poole, Treasurer, Susan Marsholl,
Secretary, Lawrence Cline, President.
Sophomores come to North eoch tall more than a
little frightened by the size of our campus ond the
number of our student body. Blunders are not intre-
quent, with sophomores reporting to World History
when they should be in geometry or trailing into class
titteen minutes otter class has begun. However, with
the aid ot upperclassmen and the knowledge gained
through experience, sophomores gradually blend into
a well-established routine and become acquainted
with the "do's" and "don't's" dt North.
The first year ot North is well-filled with study in
six or seven stitt courses, participation in various class
activities and applications and tryouts tor club mem-
Sand ra Booze
Mary Ruth Bottoms
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Jo Ann Hawks
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John Charles Hine
Carol Lynn Hobson
Betty Sue Honeycutt
David Lester Hooker
Jenny Lynn Hunter
Willie Lea Jester
J. C. Johnson
Macy Lou Marshall
Mary Nell Mclnnis
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Clyde Glenn Parks
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Michael A. Smith
Michael H. Smith
Donna Jo Smitherman
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Honor Graduates qualif
Honor Graduates, a group highly esteemed
at North, are students miantaining a 3.4 or
better average in all studies during seven se-
mesters at work.
A gold and purple stole of honor signifying
outstanding accomplishment is proudly dis-
played on the graduation robe of each mem-
ber of this group ot students as they take part
in the graduation exercises at Memorial Coli-
seum. Certain responsibilities, such as choos-
ing a commencement speaker, are reserved for
these members of the student body.
Senior sponsor, Mrs. Martin, discusses college plans with Honor
Graduate Ann Boger,
SEATED: Cheryl Hunter, Sandra Knott, Linda Lindsay, Janet Sapp, STANDING: Kenneth Rippy, Berrell Shrader, Richard Lavinder,
Martha Mabe. Gary Ogburn.
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SITTING: Ann Boger, Allan Brown, Billy Robinson, Billy Welborn, STANDING Martha Hauser Meredith Steaclman Kathy Yeager
Sylvia Walls, Teresa Shore
with a 3.4 average
SITTING: Brenda Sexton, Ramona Boles, Diane Snerrner, Connie STANDING Sarn Bell Janet Mabe Susan Selle Cathy Meeks
Flynt, Ramona Taylor, Carolyn Williamson. Sandra Graves Dane l-lartgrove Robert Lawson Nady Cates
Carol Mabep Samuel Whicker, Chiefg Susan Ratterree
The highest honor bestowed
upon o Junior is being chosen
to serve the senior closs os o
Junior Morshol. Quolified by be-
ing the Top-ronking schoiors of
their closs, These twelve mor-
shols render services of groduo-
tion ond Clciss Day.
The Junior hoving the highest
ocodemic sfonding outomciticol-
ly becomes chief morshol ond
Ieods the group in the perform-
once of the usuol functions ond
duties of o morshol ot ony pro-
groms hoving to do with com-
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Juniors earn recognition as
Tommy Guthrie Wilda Chee S d S Steve Taylor
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b Carolyn Darnell R h k Lindo Vestal
assume responsibilities at Class Day and graduation
Anchors familiarize sophomores Wrth
Miss BEMY Hobbs Lynn Dgwell
the North campus
The Anchor Club, sponsored by Pilot Interna-
tional, is devoted to serving school and commu-
nity through various projects during the school
lnductees into the Anchor Club are determined
on the basis of a minimum overall "C" average,
good character, and the unanimous approval of
all club members.
Committees composed of the club members,
under the supervision of the Board of Directors,
regulate the functions of the club. Business and
program meetings are held each month in the
home ofa member to produce a more friendly and
informal atmosphere of fellowship among the girls.
Services rendered to the school faculty, and to
fellow students by the Anchor Club include pre-
paring pre-school bulletin boards to beautify class-
rooms, operating concession stands, sponsoring
the Booster Club, and aiding teachers and per-
sonnel in closing out their school records at the
FIRST ROW: J. Tarkington, S. Kiger, L, Lindsay, L. Curry, M
Hauser, S. Witt, M. Paschal, C. Jezeroski, F. Stith, J, Bleckley,
B. Sexton. SECOND ROW: M. Park, S. Smith, P. Livengood, L.
Dowell, L. Lawrence, C. Jones, R. Taylor, M. Covington, R
Anchor Club members fold Booster Club pamphlets.
Lynn Dowell directs sophomore girls to the auditorium.
Blalcley, C. Flynt. THIRD ROW: J. Byerly, E. Gowens, A. Boger
C. Mabe, S. Budd, S. Parker, E. Varellas, S. Graves, S, Sfreddo, S
Marshall, G. Adams, J. Tuttle.
Beautif ing our campus is the
Leading this year's Hi-Y Club was President
Allen Brown. Helping him were Vice President
Robert Lawson, Secretary Bill Raisner, and
Treasurer Don Lucas. Parliamentarian Keith
Lyons and Chaplain Dennis Young did their
parts in making the Hi-Y one of North's most
This club, a service club closely affiliated
with the athletic program, has done many serv-
ices for North High School. These thirty-five
boys have worked along with the Key Club on
the Booster Club drive to get a new conces-
sions stand, they have also worked in the old
one at ball games.
The Hi-Y boys have had a special project
this year. They have taken on the task of beau-
titying the entrance to our school and have
spent many long hours slaving over the banks
of the long, curving drive leading to the school.
Their interest in athletics prompted the Hi-
Y Club to give an award to the most outstand-
ing athlete at North. They have hopes that this
award will become a tradition.
Officers: Allen Brown, President, Robert Lawson, Vice-President, Don Lucas,
Secretaary, Bill Raisner, Treasurer.
FIRST ROW: B. Westmoreland, J. Speas, L. Cecile, C. Heath, S. ROW: N. Cates, S. Whicker, D. Young, L. Thompson, C. Young,
Austin, T. Shouse, C. McCracken, C. Lyons, J. Shook, B. Lawson. S. Darnell, M. Tuttle, C. Hauser, A. Ashley, B. Lawrence. FOURTH
SECOND ROW: R. Lawson, K. Lyons, R. King, D. Lucas, H. Brown, ROW: S. Rule, D. Pruett, G. Stone, R. Ginizinski, C. Bornbeld, J.
B. Raisner, J. Martin, T. Kyle, A. Brown, S. Doss, J. Wikle. THIRD Harmon, R. Rockett, S. Boyles, J. Jenkins, S. Bell.
outstanding objective of the Hi-Y
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Hi-Y President, Allen Brown, takes an active part in
Hi-Y work project.
l-li-Y and Key Club members engage in a friendly battle during normal workday procedures.
David Sherrill, President.
Key Clubbers capture top honors
Bundles, bundles, and more bundles! Once
again the Key Club worked hard in the annual
Bundle Day Drive, North's Key Club always walks
away with tap honors.
Not only do the Key Clubbers work desperate-
ly an the Bundle Day Drive, but they contribute
time and effort to the promotion of the Booster
Club project which, if successful, will finance the
construction ofa modern and efficient concessions
stand adjacent to the North football field.
While they strive to earn money for the new
Booster Club concessions stand, they continue to
work in the old one at the ball games.
President David Sherrill and his fellow officers
have worked hard to make this yeor's Key Club
the best ever, Working right along with him were
Vice-President Bill Bovender, Secretary Steve
Long, and Treasurer Don Woodall.
Bill Bovender, Vice-President. Steve Long, Secretaryg Don Woodall, Treasurer
in the annual Bundle Da Drive
Tina Hailey, Key Club Sweetheart.
FIRST ROW: T. Guthrie, A. Owens, F Cline, D. Grace, G. Snow,
R. lnabinet, J. Dillard, D. Fulk, M. Vannay, Mr. Bowen, Sponsor.
SECOND ROW: S. Leon, D. Sherrill, D. Woodall, R. Wallington,
B. Chambers, B. Bavender, B. Russell, B. Welborne, S. Stewart,
S. Long. THIRD ROW: B. Stewart, l-l, Brown, S. Carithers, R.
Key Clubbers Steve Long and Bruce Chambers raise the flag each
Taylor, R, Lavinder, l'l. l-lelsabeck, M. Kiger, D. Tuttle, R. Walden,
G. l-lenclrix, FOURTH ROW: B. Schrader, M. l-lead, S. Chadwick,
l-l. Bauguess, R. Linville, J. Meadawi, S. Kiger, B. Page, M. Knight,
P. Vw'oad, S. Cams.
Wayne Davis Secretary Duncan Burt Treasurer.
S.S.C. members relinquish
The Senior Service Club is a newly-organizea
group at North, lt is sponsored by Mr, Jim Mal-
colm, our assistant principal, As its name implies,
membership is restricted to junior and senior boys
and the club exists to serve the school and its ta-
culty and students. One at their projects this year
was to raise money for the Booster Club and con-
cessions stand. Another was to polish the appear-
ance of the school during the Christmas holidays
by taking care ot the small but important groom-
ing details around the campus and in the class-
We all remember seeing the "GO NORTH" sign
at all at the football gamesg this sign was made by
members ofthe Senior Service Club.
Club members have also sponsored dances and
participated in other social activities.
Larry Heath, Vice-President. I
Christmas vacation days to "cleanup" orth
S. S. C. members Scot Coleman, Danny Luper, and Mike Wood, Paul Parrish, Ricky Young, Emmit Hancock, and Larry l-leath
Eddie Jarnagin find washing windows an interesting push brooms during Christmas vacation.
Charter members organize in 1964
FIRST ROW: L, Knott, P, Taylor, D. Burt, T. l-lerlocker, D. l-liatt, S. Coleman. THIRD ROW: P. Parrish, E. Jarnagin, T. Snyder, M.
T. Lord, J. Bleckley, D. Daniels. SECOND ROW: E. Stephens, E. Eller, D. Luper, M. Wood, L. Willard, W. Ridge, B. Bennett.
Hancock, W. Davis, D. Pritchard, R, Young, D. Holbrook, L. Heath,
The Student Council ot
North Forsyth is an important
factor in the harmonization of
the faculty and the student
body, lt listens to both and tries
to oct with tact and wisdom.
In October, the Student
Council sponsored Homecom-
ing for all of the alumni ot
North and the three feeder
schools. Members of the Stu-
dent Council willingly devote
their study halls to help with
the monitoring system. An-
other of the services ot the
Student Council is the Inter-
Club Council. The ICC works
directly with the Student Coun-
cil to coordinate the various
clubs at North and to make
North o better school. All as-
sembly programs tall under the
jurisdiction of the Student
Council, which is charged with
choosing timely and meaning-
Officers: Ronnie Taylor, President, Donny Groce, Vice-President, Connie Flynt, Secretary,
Richard Lavinder, Treasurer, Sponsors: Miss Threlfall, Mrs. I-lauser.
Student Council initiates
FIRST ROW: L. Johnson, M. Priddy, N. Barber, N. Brown, B. Booze, B. White, T. Kyle, M. Petty, R. Helsabeck, N. Taylor, G.
Wright, K. Myers, R. Petty, D. Sebastian, L. Dowell, S. Long, D. Adams. FOURTH ROW: K. Rogers, B. Lineback, M. Smith, G.
Groce, F. Cline, G. Elarn. SECOND ROW: D. I-leller, P. I-lall, K. Ogburn, G. Comer, S, James, C. l-lauser, R. Lavinder, A. Brown,
Merritt, D, Martin, B. Fulcher, K. Marsh, C. Collins, B. Trexler, B. Lawrence, L. Thompson, B. Raisner, M. Kiger, M. Kiger, FIFTH
J. Specs, J. Shook, B, Gibson, W. Cheek, F. Stith, A. Bianucci, ROW: J, Caudle, P. Flynt, G. Hiatt, S, I-lale, R. Taylor, R. Wolt-
M. Newsom, THIRD ROW: D. Spears, V. Davis, R. Brooks, J. ington, S. Corns, S. Leon, B, Gardner, B. Welborn, C. Burcharn,
Flemming, J. Transoo, M. Varellos, C. Flynt, D. Shermer, S, J. Booth, R. Lawson, E. Conner, P, Kanzer.
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ing the halls.
hall monitoring system
Student Council President Ronnie Taylor places the Student Secretary Connie Flyn
Council's Christmas gift to the student body, a picture of Leif office.
Erickson, in the trophy case.
Martha Petty puts finishing touches on a bulletin
board depicting the citizens of the month.
t makes valuable use of the new Student Council
Officers: Dennis Young, President, Josh Jenkins, Vice-President, Don
Officers: Kathy Wolff, President, Ellen Gowens, Vice-
President, Jill Byerly, Secretary, Mickey Shouse, Treasurer,
Vikings who have participated out-
stondingly in the field of athletics and
cheerleading and have earned athletic
letters are eligible for membership in
the Monogram Club. This is the only
way that a student may achieve mem-
bership in this club.
The Monogram Club has under-
taken many service projects during the
year including sponsoring dances after
ball games tor the benefit of all stu-
dents. They planned the inauguration
of a Basketball Homecoming for this
lnitiations provide student members
with their only opportunity during the
year to "goof-off" in the matter of
dress at school. For this one day one
may see students dressed as Indians,
Pilgrims, turkeys, and even freckle-
taced kids. These students provide en-
tertainment for the entire student body
as they humbly proclaim, "All hail to
the Monogram Clubl"
Sponsors: Miss Barbee, Mr, Alexander, and Miss Muse,
FIRST ROW: Miss Barbee, Sponsor, C. Schlotfeldt, S. Hester, J. by, S. Carson, K. Rogers, L. Robertson, B. Ingram, J. Fleming
Huclspeth, B. Lineback, P. Livengood, J. Petree, G, Lynch, P. Poole. THIRD ROW: J. Bleckley, J. Byerly, C. Hutchins, R. Brooks, D
SECOND ROW: E. Gowens, C. Wolff, M. Park, G. Mabe, M. Caus- Call, B. Payne, B. DuVol, L. Utt, R. Taylor, F. Grant, M. Shouse.
amuse the student bod
FIRST ROW: J. Doty, B. Raisner, B. Gardner, D. Lucas, A. Dunna
gan, A. Brown, G. Snow, L. Cecil, B. Boyender, T. Faust, B. West
moreland, J. Speas. SECOND ROW: T. Duff, G. Raymer, L
Angel, M. Vannoy, M. Kiger, G. Trexler, D, Young, D. Luper, M
Fulk, D. Woodall, C. Park, R. Linville. THIRD ROW: J. C. Holt,
D. Daniels, S. Corns, K. Lyons, R. King, S. Bowles, L. Whitehort,
B. Dickerson, R. Stanfielcl, B. Chambers, S. Leon, H. Bauguess.
FOURTH ROW: L. Thompson, K. Sechrist, L. Beitel, G. Henley
B. Persian, E. Stevens, C. Young, K. James, R. Lawson, R. Layini
der, D. Johnson. FIFTH ROW: R. Rockett, J. Messick, J. Tolley
D. Grubbs, A. Hicks, T. Pinnix, P. Parrish, C. Heath, M. Head, T
Samuels, K. Kiger, S. Thompson. SIXTH ROW: B. Page, M
Knight, P, Wood, W. Dufour, B. Daniels, S. Banod, T. Mills, J
Crotts, R. Crump, L. Carter, J. Jenkins, T. Guthrie.
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A visitor to our school might notice several
students busily scurrying to and from Room
l2O clutching pads and pencils. These are not
people skipping classj they are the staff mem-
bers of our school paper, THE NORLAND.
Guided and directed by Mrs. Newman, Edi-
tors Lynn Dowell and Bettianne Moore super-
vise the work ot the various editors and page
THE NORLAND is published weekly by the
two journalism classes. The printed edition of
THE NORLAND comes out once every quar-
ter. THE NORLAND is devoted to a complete
coverage ot school news, club activities, social
affairs, and accomplishments of the individual
students and student groups.
Lynn Dowell and Bettianne Moore, Co-Editors,
Journalism classes combine efforts and
Donna Mecurn organizes pages. Robbie Blaylock operates mimeograph Christie Bolton types stencils,
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Journalism classes assemble an edition at THE NORLAND.
Sports editors Greg Snow and Danny
Luper inspect an exchange paper.
Carol Mabe, Copy Editor.
Delores Shook, Typist.
The yearbook, The Cynosure, is the product
of the journalism classes who elect the staff
from among their own members.
Although the classes are directly respon-
sible for the yearbook, very little of the act-
ual preparation of it takes place during
school hours, Most of the work is done after
school when there is time for long periods of
Photography constitutes the major prob-
lem in constructing The Cynosure. Several
professional photographers and two student
photographers combine their efforts in meet-
ing the exacting standards of the picture
work. Even these pictures frequently have to
be made over more than once before they are
finally accepted by the staff. Time is one of
the commodities most lacking and most need-
ed at North, A thirty minute lunch period
and no break during the clay make picture
taking a real problem,
Lindo Hollingsworth, Class Editor. Greg Snow, SDOVTS Editor.
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strives to meet a midwinter deadline
Many hours are spent carefully planning layouts, prepar-
ing copy, and identifying pictures. The editor takes this op-
portunity to express grateful appreciation to Linda Hollings-
worth, Greg Snow, Carol Mabe, and Delores Shook tor the
many extra hours spent in preparation ot The Cynosure.
Janet Mabe, Editor-in-chief.
Sandra Burguess, Club Editor
Louise Curry, Photographer.
Y-Teens trick or treat for
Y-Teens is actually three separate clubs
at North. There are sophomore, junior,
and senior divisions, but all work to serve
their school and community.
Some ot the services this year have
been trick-or-treating for UNICEF, spon-
soring needy tamilies, raising money for
World Fellowship, and the visiting of
Knollwood Hall Home for the Aged.
At Thanksgiving the Senior Y-Teens
went to Knollwood Hall to shampoo the
ladies' hair. The elaborate Christmas tree
in the library was the work of Senior Y-
Teens who also entertained the faculty at
a Christmas tea.
At Christmas, the Junior Y-Teens sang
carols to the guests ot Knollwood Hall.
They held a bake sale at the shopping I
centers early in the year using their pro- I
fits for the World Fellowship project.
The Sophomore Y-Teens completed
the circuit to Knollwood Hall providing
cheer and entertainment for the guests.
They also worked to promote school
Y-Teen Presidentsi Cindy Jones, Senior Y-Teens, Sherrie Sessoms, Jun-
ior Y-Teens, Jenny Yeager, Sophomore Y-Teens.
FIRST ROW: L. Dowell, S. Graves, N. Faircloth, K. Kelly, D. A. Ingold, P. Johnson, G. Elom, L. Hollingsworth. FOURTH ROW:
Shook, L. Cutrell, W. Norman, S. Ferguson, SECOND ROW: B. J. Ashley, L. Scott, R. Blakely, K. Yeager, J. Powers, N. Taylor,
Moore, C, Jones, B. Shields, B. Lamb, L. Lindsay, C. Hunter, S. C. Bolton, R. Patterson.
Parker. THIRD ROW: J. Hancock, E. Leinback, P. Reich, F, Barr.
UNICEF g collect for World Fellowship Fund
FIRST ROW: E. Yarbrough, R. Blakley, C. Beavers, M. Speas, B
Helsabeck, L. McNeill, F. Stith, M. Mabe, V. Stanberry, J. Hovis
J. Foster, S, Ratterree, D. Heller, T. Adams, R. Thacker, Mrs.
Blackburn, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: S. Sfreddo, C. Owen, J. Cook
B. Horne, S. Brown, S. Sessoms, W. Cheek, J. Tuttle, M. Coving
ton, S. Martin, L. Covington, P. Merritt, THIRD ROW: S. Gibson
FIRST ROW: J. Southern, P. Mabe, N. Brown, N, Barber, C.
Myers, T. Brown, D. Joyce, S. Caldwell. SECOND ROW: A. More
field, V, Rutledge, J. Ziglar, S. Rakestraw, J. Strupe, R. Craft, S.
Booze, C. Cardwell, B. Hutchins, A. Lewis. THIRD ROW: L. Towe,
A. Ferguson, P. Evans, J. Yeager, R. Richardson, P. Simmons, M.
B. Shermer, J. Harper, S. Marlin, C. Pike, L, Brewer, l. Whitaker
C. Ziglar, L, Cooper, S. Owens, D. Willeford, J. Crews, K. Rogers
J. Gordon, M. Latham, P. Smith. FOURTH ROW: K. Huste, P
Stewart, P. Malark, M. Williams, C. Mabe, M. Petty, S. Burguess
B. Robertson, S. Dicus, L. Robertson, K, Coburn, N. Riley, N
Beeson, B. Spaugh, G. Long, B. Fulk, E. Bell.
Varellas, S. King, D. Smitherman, P. Pruitt, B, McCuiston, E. Ni
tong, M. Lyon. FOURTH ROW: S. Baker, J. Howard, J, Dickerson
S. Southern, V. Gough, N. Nelson, D, Mayberry, P, Flynt, K. West
morelancl, L. Jones, S. Marshall, J. Transou, S, Gordon.
Science and Biology Club members
sponsor annual science fair
Some students feel the urge to go beyond their
classroom studies and further explore the myster-
ies of a favorite subject. Members of the Biology
Club and Science Club are prime examples of this
group of students.
Under the competent supervision of Miss
Carroll, the Science Club members meet to dis-
cuss scientific problems and to debate the ever-
expanding scientific theories of our modern world.
Very similar to the Science Club in purpose, the
newly initiated Biology Club functions for the
benefit of the science-minded student. Aided by
Miss Ellis of the Science Department, each mem-
ber acquires greater knowledge of biology and its
related subjects through films, learned speakers,
and group discussions within the meetings.
To promote interest in the wide realm of mod-
ern science, the Science Club, in cooperation with
the Biology Club, sponsors a school-wide science
fair. Winners in the North Forsyth Science Foir
are eligible to compete for district, state, and na-
Bill Russell, Science Club President, Louise Curry, Biology Club
FIRST ROW: L. Curry, M. Tatro, M, Sapp, J. l-lauser, J, Dickerson, SECOND ROW: S. Lowry,
B, Johnson, S. Graham, M, Jenses, THIRD ROW: C, Hord, B, Russell, L, Gray, T. Guthrie.
P.H.O. maintains the First Aid Room
The North High Pro Humanite Organization,
sponsored by Mrs. Natalie Rogers, fosters a wise
choice at health careers, promotes a growing ap-
preciation of the joys and satisfactions of these ca-
reers and emphasizes the importance of personal
and community health.
At North, the P.H.O. assumes care of the ex-
ceptional children transferring from one bus to
another in the mornings and maintains the First
Aid Room each period of the day.
Larry Alley, a member at the North Club, was
elected president of the state organization in Jan-
Paneen Shropshire records a srudent's illness.
P. H. 0. Officers: Larry Alley, President, Ginny Long, Vice-President
Jean Hoyis, Secretary, Christine Spainhour, Treasurer.
Linda Shutt arranges the materials in the first aid cabinet.
Teen Crusade highlights Youth for Christ activities
Seated: C. Thomas, Vice-President of Program Committee, Ray
Parker, President. Standing: Vicki Leftwich, Quiz Team Captain,
Gary Hendrix, Chaplain, Nancy Pardue, Vice-President of Man-
Quiz Team: Carol Harris, Sharon Southern, Ray Porker, Vicki Left-
wich, Kay Morsh, Jane Boyer, P. Hincher.
FIRST ROW: C. Rogers, M. Hauser, J. Hauser, S. Smith, C. Miller,
M, Gough, V. Leftwich, C. Thomas, M. Hutchins, S, Whisenhut, S.
Blakley, P. McBride. SECOND ROW: G. Hendrix, G. Comer, K.
Marsh, L. Utt, J. Boyer, B. Wright, V. Grubbs, S. Butner, S. South-
The Youth For Christ Club inspires members to
stronger Christian unity. The purpose of the club
is to emphasize to all students the importance of
maintaining Christian principles and Christian fel-
lowship in school life.
Club members were especially busy during the
National Youth For Christ Week when they spon-
sored a TEEN-CRUSADE. This week-long program
featured the Rev. Mark Corth who presented a
program each afternoon after school for any in-
terested student wishing to participate.
Other activities included sponsoring the North
High Quiz Team which competes in the Bible Quiz
competition among the various Youth For Christ
clubs in our school system.
Mary Gough confers with Mrs, Vance on a Y.F.C. program,
n, C, Harris, J. C. Holt, P. Gentry. THIRD ROW: R. Parker, D.
Moore, J. Hawks, B. Spough, M. Moore, N. Pardue, K. Vestal, P,
Hincher, S. Wood, P. Griffin, R. Taylor.
The Contemporary Problems Club, after
a very successful first year at North, gain-
ed momentum this fall and quickly be-
came one of the most outstanding organi-
zations in our school,
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Dean
Clifford, Mrs. Blanche Zimmerman, and
Mr. Charles Anderson, club members
gathered at informal sessions to discuss
imminent local and national elections, and
world and national problems. Experts on
the racial situation, Communism, and var-
ious other current problems were frequent
guests of club members and visiting stu-
On November 3, after an assembly pro-
gram in which Ginny Long, Alice Frick,
David Prichard, and Berrell Shrader de-
fended their candidates and party plat-
forms, the clubbers staged a mock election
for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency of
the United States. Members tallied the
votes and with over half the student body
voting, North gave Senator Barry Gold-
water a resounding victory.
Sam Bell, President,
Berrell Shrader, Secretary, Spencer Evans, Treasurer
Contemporaly Problems Club
stages pre-election debate
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Zimmerman, Sponsor, B. Johnson, R. Nail, S, Evans, Mrs. Clifford, L. Curry.
SECOND ROW: B. Shrader, J. Davidson, M, McNatt, B. Poole, S. Graham, J. Gwen, T. Pinnix.
Library Club members labor to enable
Marylin Burnette, President.
FIRST ROW: J, Hauser, S. Lltt, J. Tarkington, G. Dalton, M. New-
some, L. Lindsay, J. Bleckley, B. Sexton, D. Shook. SECOND ROW:
V. Leftwich, M. Burnette, L. Scott, J, Wikle, M. Knott, P. Jackson,
G. Lineback, S. Knott, B, Plemmons, W, LaPrad. THIRD ROW: F,
Jennifer Tarkington, Vice-President.
Nancy Pardue, Secretary, Delores Shook, Treasurer.
Fletcher, S. Michalove, N. Matlock, B. Lawrence, J. lssacs, J
Bullard, K. Westmoreland, G. Aust, M. Latham, l. Whitaker, L
Brewer, N. Pardue.
the librar to function smoothl
Members of the Library Club are assistants
to the librarians, They help in checking out
books, checking students, checking shelves,
cataloging books, and answering endless ques-
tions of students using the library.
The club is a member of the North Carolina
Library Association. Each year a meeting is
held somewhere in the state for the Associa-
tion. Scrapbooks are entered at this meet-
ing. The scrapbooks contain information about
all the year-round activities of the club, includ-
ing such points as book week, initiation of
new members, officer election, prom, and teas.
At least twice a year the library staff enter-
tains the faculty at a lavish tea.
Once a year they entertain at a formal
dance for themselves and their friends.
They help keep the library bright and at-
tractive with seasonal flowers and decoration.
Marilyn Myers types overdue slips. Sandra Knott pauses while filing cards
Spanish Club: Jerry Boles, President, Miss Teague, Sponsor. French Club: Mrs. Northrop,
Sponsor, Bettianne Moore, President.
"C'est la semaine francaise." Yes,
French Week this year was very unusual.
Sponsored by the French Club, this was
a week that will not be forgotten soon.
The walls were covered with colorful post-
ers hailing the many glories of France.
The student body was entertained in assem-
bly by a program presented almost entirely
in French. Although the language remains
foreign to most Vikings, the program was
so well done that everyone not only under-
stood, but enjoyed it!
But the French Club is not the only
language club at North. All Spanish stu-
dents may participate in the Spanish Club.
This club has contributed to the appeal of
the language department also, especially
through its work with the Spanish exchange
The language clubs are for the student
who wishes to further his knowledge of the
language beyond the classroom level. The
clubs at North have done an excellent job
this year of fostering interest in the lan-
French and Spanish Club members
FIRST ROW: B. Moore, E. Bennett, J, Ziglar, B. Duval, J. Hunter, THIRD ROW: R, Richardson, L. Vestal, L. Baity, l.. Cutreli, P
B. Lamb, B. Anderson, S. Butner, V. Grubbs. SECOND ROW: A.
Snow, K. Coburn, T. McMurray, S. Whicker, S. Hauser, J. Coone
Frick, S. Hemrick, M. Sapp, J. l-loward, G. Thompson, E. Yar- S. l-lendron, D. Willeford.
brough, A. Stafford, J. Vaughn, J. Bills, W. Cheek, J. Lineback.
French Club members render a humorous French drama to entertain the student body.
entertain the student bod at assemblies
FIRST ROW: N. Cardozo, P. Hauser, A. Ferguson, J. Joyce, N.
Rilley, M. Varellas, J. Bleckly, A. Baca. SECOND ROW: P. Shrop-
shire, P. l-libbits, S. Southern, J. Rowley, S. Ferguson, P. Taylor,
K. Leinbock, l.. Kiger. THIRD ROW: C, Olsen, L. Robertson, C,
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Pork, P. Stanley, S, Tomlinson, T. Duff, J. Bowles, S. Evans
FOURTH ROW: S. Budd, J. Kimball, D. Mayberry, l-l. Wright, P
Reich, L. Thompson, S. Coleman, K. Campbell, M. Nail.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Penner, Mrs. Woodall, sponsors, N. Rilley, S. Spaugh, G. Lineback, S. Ferguson, D, Myers. THIRD ROW: N
Roush, G. Lawson, G, Hall, M, Priddy, S. Caldwell, Mrs. McCol- Matlock, S. Michalove, M. Davis, N. Carlton, G. Austen, M. Rog
lurn, sponsor. SECOND ROW: T. Whitley, F. Barr, J, Bowers, B. ers, M, Turpin, J. Secrest, J. Farmer.
Members of the F.H.A. sponsor
afternoon knitting classes
F.H.A. Officers: Gail Lineback, Vice-President, Scott Ferguson, Secretary,
Marilyn Priddy, President
Are you the type of girl who is interested
in learning the correct and most satisfying
way to manage a family and home? The Fu-
ture Homemakers of America Club at North
Forsyth offers this opportunity to girls. By en-
gaging in studies and projects concerning
both wifehood and motherhood, the members
seek to learn the basic principles and joys of
family Iiying. Some of their special studies
are preparation for marriage, family friend-
ship, child obedience, food prepartion, etc.
Upon entering into marriage and mother-
hood, these girls will be better prepared by
having been a member of the F.H.A.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Selle, Sponsor, R. Mason, M. McGill, D. Wall, T, Burner, C. Barber, K. Miller, THIRD ROW: D. Shore, J. l-lolt, M
Purvis, J, Arrington, L. l-licks: Mr. Jarvis, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Crowe, R. Shore, D. Sever, S. Rickter, J, Culler, H. Mabe,
T. Church, B, Daner, L. Whitehart, M. Edwards, J. Shouse, B.
Future Farmers of America displa
projects at agriculture shows
OFFICERS: Cecil Barber, Vice- President, Ray Shore, Presidentg Tommy Purvis,
Sentinel, Bill Danier, Treasurer,
North students are urged to participate
in activities which promote their vocation-
al interests. Students interested in agricul-
ture tind membership in the Future Farm-
ers ot America Club invaluable in learn-
ing the latest farming methods. At weekly
meetings club members see films and
study new developments in cultvation of
crops, animal husbandry, and soil conser-
Beautification of our campus is the im-
mediate objective ot the Future Farmers at
North. They also participate in local agri-
culture fairs and often win top honors for
their entries in the stock-raising and culti-
Future Business Leaders stud
FIRST ROW: M, Mabe, M. Procter, G. Davis, D. Hutchins, L.
Templeton, L. Cromer, D, Randleman, Mr. Berrier, Sponsor. SEC
F.B.L.A. Officers: Claudine Throckmorton, President,
Elaine Anderson, Treasurer, Jone Sprinkle, Vice-Presb
dent, Dottie Randleman, Secretary.
J. Bowles, C. Throckmorton. THIRD ROW: J, Sprinkle, J. Sapp,
- C. Long, E. Anderson, P. Bonner, B. Shermer, J. Poole, M. Atkins.
OND ROW: J. Cox, B. Phillips, B. Walker, L. Southern, S. McGee,
FBLA members are students who are inter-
ested in business as a career after graduation.
The objectives of the Future Business Leaders
ot America are to prepare for the world of
business and the task of successful citizen-
ship. These objectives have been met this year
with both enthusiasm and anticipation. The
students have studied their books and applied
the skills they learned. They have typed, dupli-
cated material, and acquired valuable short-
hand skills. At regular club meetings the mem-
bers discussed the world of business and it's
many job opportunities.
F.T.A. members prepare for a
The Future Teachers of America Club is a
club consisting ot those students planning to
be teachers upon graudation from college. The
objectives ot the club are to promote better
understanding of the teaching profession and
to build strong ideas concerning teaching and
lite in the minds and hearts of the members.
The club met regularly during the year to
discuss present day problems of teachers and
some possible solutions.
Charles Anderson, Sponsor
FIRST ROW: C. Olsen, K. Koburn, K, Rogers, G. Thompson. SECOND ROW: C. Yeager, L.
Kiger, B. Duval, L. Robertson.
Pep Club activities promote school spirit
Officers: Salli Parker, Vice-President, Jerry Pittman, Secretary, Phil Taylor, Treasurer.
President Eve Varellas submits her entry in the "Guess the Score
To attend a pep rally at North
plunged one into the hand-clapping,
toot-stomping spirit of l8OO loyal and
enthusiastic supporters of N o r t h
teams. Members ot the Pep Club work-
ed to make these rallies attractive and
popular. Original skits presented boys
dressed as Valkyries and girls dressed
as football players. Sometimes a mock
funeral of the opposing team stimulat-
ed the cheering throng.
Pep Club members sponsored dances
after games, made shakers in school
colors, and provided "fight" and
"beat-em" tags for distribution to stu-
dents and faculty.
Thursday atteroon meetings were
devoted to discussion and plans.
Confesf. Cheerleader Bonnie Moore prepares for a pep rally,
and student partiupation
Nancy Taylor and Freddie Cline sketch letters for a Pep Club bulletin board. Preparing bulletin boards is more fun than work to
Decorating the pre-game bulletin board is the weekly responsibility
of cheerleader Gilda Lynch.
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artistic Eve Varellas.
Salli Parker arranges large letters announcing a forthcoming game
rt Club displa s sculpture and
painting throughout school
Art Club Officers: Miss Maddrey, Sponsor,
Langford, President, Ellen Ebert, Secretary.
The Art Club's interpretation ot Dickons's
Penny Flynt, Vice-President, Sharon
Christmas Carol delighted students.
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Have you noticed the pictures adorning
many school walls this year? These dis-
plays were just another of the projects of
the Art Club whose members have painted
the pictures. Miss Maddrey's classes can
be seen sitting out on the grass sketching
during almost any period when the weather
is favorable. The art classroom is filled
with samples ot the students work. Each
student has tound a willing and helpful ad-
visor in Miss Maddrey.
The Art Club is a growing club at North.
Fostering an interest in the arts and their
execution this club has become one of the
most popular at North, and members spend
many hours in working at their particular
area of talent .
FIRST ROW: L. Curry, L. Reece, B, Reece, C. Spainhour, S. Har- Reager, D. Lynch, C. Miller. THIRD ROW: E. Ebert, S, Langford,
mon. SECOND ROW: K. Disher, M, Strickland, J, Holloway, T. P. Flynt, D. George, A. Stultz, V. Gordon, P, Olmstead.
Debaters attend Wake Forest
Affirmative Team: L. Cooper, J. l-lerke, Shields, Ci. Long, K, Yeager.
Joe Davidson excels at extemparaneous speaking.
Officers: Carolyn Moran, Reporter, Ted Mendenhall, President, Ginny Long,
Corresponding Secretary, Brenda Shields, Treasurer, Kathy Yeager, Program
President Lynn Cooper has led the Debate
and Discussion Club this year. She has been
helped by Vice President Dane l-lartgrove, sec-
retary Ginny Long, and project chairman Ted
Mendenhall, and reporter Brenda Shields.
These able leaders, with sponsdr Mrs. Marinus,
have led the debaters well.
These students have had a busy year. They
have staged many debates and have traveled
to Chapel Hill to prove their prowess in
debating. During the Speech Festival at Wake
Forest this year, the club members once again
distinguished themselves. They have continued
to make all Vikings proud ot them throughout
Debaters: C. Moran, T. Mendenhall, G. Long, and J. Herke study notes be-
fore a debate.
Marching, Concert, and Pep bands
The marching band plays an important part in many school activities. Marching in parades,
performing at football games, and backing up the Valkyries keep the band members busy.
Mr. Chiddister, Di rector
Our band, under the direction of Mr, Car-
lyle Chiddister, continued to increase in size
and skill this year, Inspired with a new-found
vigor and enthusiasm, band members fascinat-
ed their audiences with high-stepping marches
and spirit-raising music. Excellent pre-game
and halftime performances at football games
gained for this organization the admiration of
the entire student body.
Band activities were not limited to the foot-
ball season, however. Winter brought partici-
pation in the annual downtown Christmas par-
ade and concerts for the student assemblies.
Backing up the cheerleading squad and the
Valkyries, the Pep Band performed stimulat-
ing music for pep rallies and games.
Drummajor Mike Going and majorettes Lee
Templeton, Brenda Plemmons, C I a u d i n e
Throckmorton, and Linda Cromer also made
many contributions to the appeal of band per-
formances. Long hours of pracitice and ima-
ginative planning resulted in such routines as
the highly popular "Yankee Doodle" and
Mojoreftes: Lee Templeton, Claudine Throckmorton, Brenda Plemrnons,
Mike Goings, Drum major
meet the increasing demand for musical entertainment
ROW 'l: M. Going, M. Newsome, E. Nifong, S. Mecharn, T. Reed,
L. Bauguess, N. Marsh, L. Grubbs. ROW 2: S, Ferguson, C. Davis,
S. Mabe, S. Miller, L. Murphy, S. Fetree, S. Witt, J. Farmer, J
Gray. ROW 3: P. Branscomb, B. Still, R. McClellan, M. Elliott, B
Nicks, J. Salrnons, D. Dehart, H. Birdsong, M. McNatt. ROW 4
C. Cooley, M. Hendrix, P, Douglas, C. Snow, C. Warner, D. Fulk
J. Seippel, M, Haynes. ROW 5: T. Weavil, B, Brothers, C. White
H. Gough, S, Styers, P. Hooker, D. Griffin, J. Cook, C, Marsh
John Morris, G. Grubbs, D. Mecham, Joe Morris, Mr. Chiddister
C, Beitel, S. Gibson, L. Shropshire, J. Southard, S. Burgess, S. tle, E, Yarbourgh, L. Hollingsworth, M. Petty, D. Willeford, R
Dicus, K. l-luste, E. Walker, S. Parker, G Mabe, L. Brewer, K. Higgins, R, Blakely, J. Pitts, M. Latham, I. Whitaker, L. Caving
Lineback, M. Williams, S. Shropshire, N, Taylor, M. Knott, P, tan, G. Elam,
Banner, G. Adams, S. Marshall, B. Shermer, R, Blakely, J, L, Tut-
esponding to the enthusiastic cheering of our
Glenna Elam, Chief, Susan Ratferree, Choreographer.
Smile girls, and point those toesl Tweet,
tweetl Left, and-left, and-a-left. Once again
the Valkyries march out to perform. With
everything from a soft shoe lDA routine to a
bowlegged BUTTONS AND BOWS routine,
these sixty girls have thrilled North supporters
with the versatility of their halftime shows.
Led by chief Glenna Elam and choreo-
grapher Susan Ratteree, all the girls have
spent many hours of tiring work in perfecting
their routines. Though the blisters and aching
muscles were painful, they were small pay-
ment to exchange for the results. Once out
on the field in midst of bright lights and ap-
preciative cheers, not a girl ever appeared to
feel one of those nagging little aches.
The Valkyries were organized this year by
sponsors Mrs. Dean Clifford, Mrs. Kathy John-
son, and Miss Jane Huggins, Assisting them
was Mr. Carlyle Chiddister, North's new band
Valkyries please students with intricate dancing routines,
Summer practices end in a jam session.
student bod , Valk ries provide
D. Shook, A. Hartgrove, J. Hovis, J. Tarkington, F, Fletcher, D.
lsenhower, S, Rouse, V. Leftwich, R. Thacker, M. Priddy, G. l-loll,
L. McNeil, P. Johnson, J. Foster, S. Kiger, T, Adams, T, Hailey,
half time entertainment
I.. Johnson, E. Bell, D. Johnson, C. Beavers, A. Frick, P. Smith
C. Jeziorski, L. Lawrence, N. Riley, C. Owen, D. l-loller, M. Cov
ington, C. Pike, S. Atkins, J. E, Tuttle, S, Ratterree,
Ringl Schools outl Once again the mad rush
for the buses begins. The Bus Drivers Club is
an exceptional organization at North. Though
they do not call themselves a service club, they
probably render the most important service at
North Forsyth High School. These boys are the
ones who take the Vikings to and from school
each day. Come rain or shine, the drivers are
out each morning to get the buses safely to
school on time.
The Bus Drivers Club is not an exclusive
club. Anyone interested can join and would be
Rarely is honor paid to the drivers of our
buses, but these boys have done their duty
well. They deserve much credit and the real
gratitude of the students.
Bus Drivers' Club Officers: Standing: Edward Choplin, President, Jack
Queen, Vice-President. Sitting: Larry Moser, Sergeant at arms, Steve Kiger,
Bus Drivers transport students to and from school
FIRST ROW: H. Mabes, R. Tuttle, J. Whisenhunt, B. Danner, R. D. Anderson, J. Heath. FOURTH ROW: G. Richardson, J. Porter-
Reavis, S. Kiger, D. Powell, G. Comer, A. Pernell, D. Fulk, V. Tut- field, D. Gritten, M. McGill, L. Moser, J. Queen, P. Douglas, M.
tle, B. Kreeger, Mr. Edleman, sponsor. SECOND ROW: R. Flynt, Goings, M. Crowe, B. Byrd, B. Williams. FIFTH ROW: J. Boyer, C
T. Shouse, J. Burbage, T. Bowen, R. Plemrnons, J. Lineback, R. Jordon, R. Walters, C. Wall, E. Cromer, M. Hendrix, M, Flynt, K
Bassetti, H. Hesaback, M. Terry, E. Choplin, D. DeHart. THIRD Dezern, E. B. Hiatt, R. Shouse. SIXTH ROW: H. Gough, G. Callo
ROW: M. Harris, L. Collins, B. Smitherman, J. Meadows, D. way, J. Bell, B, Minton, A. Abbott, T. Cleary, T. Davis, S. Blakely
Brandon, E. Harrell, L. Hicks, H. Brown, S. Evans, B. Hammock, D. Shore, C. Cranfield, F. Wortineck.
SITTING Mrs Mecum Mrs Livengood Mrs Synder STANDING Wilkins, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Grubbs, Mrs. Gowens, Mrs. Muse,
M s Hauser Mrs Needham Mrs Winebarger Mrs Evans Mrs Mrs. Kiger, Mrs. Peele, Mrs. Presswood, Mrs. Ketner.
Members of the eafeterra staff
prepare nourishing meals
Rush, rush, rushl That is our student body hurrying
to the cafeteria where the cafeteria staff has delicious
food piping hot and ready to eat. Supervised by Mrs.
Phoebe Mecum, dietician, these ladies keep hungry
Vikings well-fed and happy.
The cafeterias throughout our entire school system
are directed by Mr. Harold Redding, a highly gifted
and efficient individual whose magic touch guaran-
tees the artistic and culinary success of all formal din-
ners, banquets, and similar functions which occur per-
iodically in our many schools.
Each day at North a delicious menu is ready and
waiting for us. This is the place where one can get and
abundant meal-a meat, two vegetables, milk, and
bread-for only twenty-five cents.
Our cafeteria staff is always ready and eager to
serve us, and they keep our cafeteria a spotless and
beautiful place of which North students are justly
Alvin Smith enjoys pep rallies os much as any Viking.
"Coach" Alvin octs in the capacity of "ball boy."
Custodians prove to be hard Working Vikings
Alfred ond Lillion work hord keeping North clean.
A blue seersucker hat and cigar smoke are
sure signs that somewhere nearby Alvin Smith
l is busily keeping North clean. Alfred Sherrill
A' " ' is known by o friendly smile and o cheerful
1 and Lillian Miller make up the janitorial staff
here ot North,
greeting. These men, along with Edward Brown
We've heard o lot this year about keeping
W our school cleon, ond these wonderful people
have borne o heavy share of thot burden.
I Without them, North would be nothing but one
big mess. The Vikings truly owe a debt of
gratitude to these four people.
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Ramona Taylor, Chief Janet Mabe, Co-Chief Rita Brooks
Cheerleaders promote school Splflt
Led by the very energetic Ramona Taylor and Janet Mabe,
the l964-65 cheerleading squad proved to be one to remem-
ber, Ramona and Janet, chief and co-chief, helped frame one
the best cheerleading squads seen in Forsyth County in many
years. This squad, including six young and sprite juniors,
helped in many ways to spread enthusiasm and lead the stu-
dent body in support ot the athletic teams. Throughout the
year the cheeleaders were busy putting up school spirit bulle-
tin boards, giving out "beat" signs, and performing at pep
rallies. They included in their schedule such social events as
pajama parties, eating out as a group before games, and
having various seasonal parties. All of the athletes were in-
spired by their presence, and the cherladers, guided by the
enthusiasm of their sponsor Miss Stevenson, tried to keep a
winning spirit in everyone,
FIRST ROW: Martha Park, Judy Flemming, Ramona Taylor, Ellen Gowens, Gilda Lynch SEC
OND ROW: Pot Livengood, Janet Mabe, Rita Brooks, Bonnie Moore.
Bonnie Moore Gilda Lynch Judy Flemming
and good sportsmanship
Mo rfno Po rk
Pot Livengood bends double in o breotnfoking open pump
FIRST ROW: Connie Boles, Mary Lois Varellas, Weeta Spainhour, Patsy Simmons. SECOND
ROW: Barbara Wright, Carol Carter, Joan Southern,
.V. Cheerleaders instill a Winning spirit
Mary Lois Varellas Weeta Spainhour
Joan Southern Carol Carter
Connie Boles Barbara Wright
This year's Junior Varsity teams
have been greatly inspired by seven
very competent sophomore cheer-
leaders. Even though these cheer-
leaders were in their first year at
North, they were accepted very
readily by the student body be-
cause at their boundless school
spirit. Mary Lois Varellas, chief
cheerleader, helped mold all of the
girls into a true North High cheer-
ing squad. They became imbued
with the vital North High spirit
early in the season and helped
keep it lively throughout the year.
They led the sophomore class in
becoming the most energetic class
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Mr. Nifong, Athletic Director
Mr. Larrimore, Track, Wrestling, and Football,
Mr. Alexander, Football and Track.
This year's athletic teams have been very ably
coached by eight energetic coaches who have aimed at
building character, ambition, and a winning spirit into
each participant. They have confronted each situation
with authority and patience. Each coach is highly
valued by the student body in victory or defeat. These
coaches have played a major role in the success of
this year's North High teams.
Mr. Cartwright, Basketball and J.V. Football
Teom bows for Lord's Proyer before every gome,
Vikings begin their second
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Coaches Larrimore, Alexander, Nifong, and Barringer.
Harvey Bauguess led this year's football team confidently and
was an excellent representative for the team on and oft the field.
Co-captain Dennis Young also contributed his qualities of leader-
ship and helped ta build a shining spirit at team co-operation. Gnd CO-Copfflin Def1f1iS YOUHQ-
Mr. Alexander talks with Captain I-larvey Bauguess
ikings excel in sportsmanship
FIRST ROW: I-lenley, Cecile, Snow, Brown, Young, Bauguess, Armstrong, Beitel, Gizinski, Martin, Chadwick, Carter, Kiger
Weaver, Copeland, Corns, Raymer, Whiteheart. SECOND ROW: FOURTH ROW: Daniels, Doty, Persiana, Rickter, White, Jenkins
Thompson, Woodall, Long, James, Burcham, Duff, Boyles, Talley, Lawson, Bovender, Boose, Stewart. FIFTH ROW: I-lead, Johnson
Grubbs, Chambers, THIRD ROW: Shook, Rockett, Linville, Tuttle, Page, Messick, Lyons, Dunnagan, Tomlinson, Faust.
Larry Cecile Robert Lawson
NORTH 13-GRAY 19
North started its second season of football with de-
feat. The Vikings led l3 to 6 in the third-quarter by
means of two touchdowns scored by Dennis Young.
Gray rallied in the fourth-quarter to score two touch-
downs and win the game.
Gerald Henley and Bill Raisner close in on a Gray runner.
Bill Raisner Louis Whiteheart
Gerald Henley turns on the speed against two West players,
Terry Faust Milton Head
Vikings pla with determination
NORTH 20-WEST 7
ln North's second game, the first score came when
Allan Dunnagan raced sixty-seven yards on the second
play from scrimmage. Richard Linville caught a five-
yard pass for the next score and then Terry Faust
dashed sixty-six yards for the final touchdown in the
Larry Thompson plunges through the Gray line for a sizable gain.
NORTH 7-MYERS PARK 27
Myers Park's Rich Arrington bombed his team to a
victory over the Vikings. North scored its only touch-
down in the last quarter by means of a nine yard pass
reception by Ronnie Rockett.
Jimmy Doty Keith Lyons
Harvey Bauguess clears the way as Allan Dunnagun gains
Gregory Snow Richard Linville Keith Sechrist and Alon Dunnagan tackle an East runner
NORTH 7-EAST 13
East repulsed five North scoring attempts and its
defense made their two touchdowns. Harvey Bauguess
snared a forty-tour yard pass from Allan Dunnagan
to score North's touchdown, The East defense scored
on an intercepted pass and a North fumble.
NORTH 2'l-WEST MECKLENBURG 7
The Vikings easily rolled over West Mecklenburg to
score North's first homecoming victory. Dennis Young
scored first on a one-yard plunge, Also in the first half,
Captain Harvey Bauguess caught two passes from
Alan Dunnagan for touchdowns.
The East runner is defenseless as Keith Sechrist and Terry Faust
bring him down.
Harvey Bauguess clutches to a touchdown pass in the East
Bill Copeland Gerald Henley
Alan Dunnagan scampers through a hole in the East line.
NORTH 0-CHARLOTTE HARDING 'I9
Dennis Young ran seventy-two yards on the first
play of the game to score but the score was nulli-
fied because of a clipping penalty, Alan Dunna-
gan went to the air but was thrown for losses con-
stantly as North failed to maintain a sustained
Dennis Young gets a good block and dashes down the field against
Mike WGCIVEI' Josh Jenkins
NORTH 0--REYNOLDS 14
North was in contention throughout the game,
allowing Reynolds only fifty-seven yards rushing
in the game. The Viking defense was very
staunch, with Alan Brown making fourteen tack-
les. Alan Dunnagan completed ten consecutive
passes in the fourth quarter and it appeared that
North would score. On the fourth down, Dunno-
gan was thrown for a loss, however.
Harvey Bauguess traps an East runner for a big loss.
Steve Corns An Eost defender pursues Gerold Henley Bill Bovender
NORTH 14-GRIFFITH O
The North offense ground out two Touchdown drives
with Dennis Young running superbly in both ond scor-
ing in both, Griffith toiled to complete o single poss
ogoinst the oggressive North defense, North's extro-
point kicker, Don Grubbs, scored on two successful ot-
NORTH 'I9-GREENSBOR0 SMITH 20
Dennis Young scored tirst tor North with o tour-yord
scomper, tying the score ot 7-7 until Greensboro possed
tor two odditionol touchdowns. Terry Foust sondwich-
ed o forty-one yord touchdown run to moke the score
20-l3 ot holttime. Dennis Young cought ci seventeen
yord poss in the tourth quarter ond scored for North,
but the extro-point wcis blocked ond North lost the
Alcin Dunnogon, Harvey Bouguess, ond Richord Linville converge
on on Eost runner.
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Dennis Young ond Milton Head surround ond tockle on
Donny Doniels Keith Kiger
NORTH 6-HUNTER HUSS 'I9
North ended its second season in football with a
shocking defeat, Huss took every advantage of the
North fumbles and scored three times in spite of
North's huge advantage in statistics.
Dennis Young scored on the first series of North
plays with a one-yard lunge for the only North
Gene Raymer Terry Boose
Dennis Young intercepts a pass as Gerald Henley watches.
Gerald Henley is run out of bounds by a West player just
short of the goal.
Harvey Bauguess snores a long pass in the East game.
A West player seems to be saying "Let's twist again," as Richard
Linville catches a pass.
Bruce Chambers Don Woodall
Harvey Bauguess and Bill Raisner prepare to tackle an already downed
The l-lunter-l-luss game ended the l964 football sea-
son and bad luck pursued the North players as they went
A West player tries to bring down Richard Linville after a down in honoroble defect'
ikings finish the season with a 3-7 record
A Gray player is tripped up by a member of the North kick-off team as Jerry Messick l605,
Don Grubbs l75D, Mike Weaver l67l, Keith Kiger l87l, and Bill Copeland CSU close in to make
sure that he stays down.
FIRST ROW: S. Hailey, B. Cope, M. Page, J. Wikle, D. Campbell, Booth. THIRD ROW: T. Darnell, V. Hauser, H Hauser D Ben
M. Brock, B, Byrd, R. Helsabeck, Mgr. SECOND ROW: J. Wilson, nett, M. Lawson, A. Ashley, R. Billings. FOURTH ROW J Har
W, Head, C. Sharpe, H. Smith, S. Keicher, C. Lyons, T. Benge, J, mon, J. Pittman.
J .V.'s capture second place in 3-A playoffs
26 . . . . . Gray
i9 . . . . . North Davidson
i2 . . . . . Lexington
47 . . . . . West
54 . . . . . North Stokes
l8 . . . . . Reynolds
46 . . . . . West
i5 . .. , . Grimsley
38 ... .. Salisbury
i2 . . . . . East
Cartwright prepares to send in a "sub
V1k1ngs sweep over countless foes on
Viking Co-Captains Ronnie Taylor and Denny
Cartwright rattles off statistics during a post game inter
their route to Durham
Denny Key lays in one of his many points.
"All the way in 3-Al" This chant was shouted
frequently at North High School this year and as
the year progressed became even more often re-
peated. Again and again teams went down to de-
feat at the hands of the unstoppable Vikings. Led
by the great Denny Key and Ronnie Taylor the Vik-
ing quintet rolled over many powerful teams.
Ronnie King's long outside shot was most enjoyed
by the fans but Steve Edward's corner shot, Taylor's
off-balance bank shot, Key's driving lay up, and
Young's soft push shot also received loud acclaim.
The antics of Mr. Cartwright were quite fascinat-
ing, and to see the two coaches, Mr. Cartwright and
Mr. Pardue, sitting together, otten brought to mind
Mutt and Jett of the comic pages.
This was a team that will long be remembered.
CO-Captains Denny Key and Ronnie Taylor listen intently to Coach's instruc- , ,
hong during G Timeout' Josh Jenkins out rebounds four of his opponents.
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FIRST ROW: Coach Cartwright, B. Persiana, K. Sechrist, M. Kig- Rockett, J. Jones, R. Crump, D. Key, D. Tuttle, K Campbell D
er, D. Tuttle, D, Young, R, King, D. Lucas, M. Vannoy, Coach Marshall, R. Taylor.
Pardue. SECOND ROW: S. Edwards, J. Jenkins, S. Meade, R.
Critics spell Vikings V-I-K-K-K -I-N-G-S
Ronnie King takes one of his famous outside shots.
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Next Stop: Durham
Many people spell Vikings with three K's due to the
superb playing and leadership that Denny Key, Ronnie
King, and Mickey Kiger possessed in their winning sea-
son. Key's scoring and rebounuding, King's deadly out-
side shooting, and Kiger's tight defense combined with
Taylor's moves and Jenkin's huslting made the Vikings
the top team in the conference. Much praise goes to
Coaches Cartwright and Pardue, who, through superb
organization and unending devotion, have molded the
best team that Forsyth County has seen in many years.
An opponent passes oft through a tight North defense.
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Key seems unstoppable as he raises the score another notch.
Vikings go for G 'OST bolt Players scramble for the possession of the ball.
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Denny Key Ronnie Taylor Josh Jenkins Ronnie King
Mickey Kiger Dennis Young Steve Edwards John Jones
Don Lucos Mike VOYWOY ROQGV C"UmP Coaches Perdue
Cartwrightis invincible eleven
G- l North
J.V.'s "Guber" Grubbs goes in for a layup.
Barringer offers encouragement to his starting f
. . . . . . Reynolds
. . . . . Gray
. . . . . Madison-Mayodan
. . . . . . Reynolds
. . . . . . Gray
. . . . . . South Stokes
. . . . . . Madison-Mayodan
... .. . Griffith
North . . . . . . Sanford
North . . . . . . East Surry
North . . . . . . Griffith
North . . . . . . South Stokes
North .......... West
FIRST ROW: R. Helsabeck, Mgr., J. Downs, E. Long, G. O'Neil, J. L. Cline, T. Thacker, G. Grubbs, R. Jenkins, Mr. Barringe J
Pardue, T. Darnell, J. Thornton, B. Tuttle, C. Sharpe, K. Swortzel, Booth, J. l-larmon, R, Mason, M. Smith, R. Jones.
B. Lindsay, J. Tothill, Mgr. SECOND ROW: J. Pitman, B. Smith,
SEATED: M. Shouse, C. Schlofeldt, D. Saunders, J. Petree, J, D. Call, S. l-lester, Miss Barbee, P. Poole, S, ynt C C I n
Bleckley, J. Dickerson, S, Boose, B. Trexler, STANDING: F. Gant,
Vikettes improve as the season progresses
Even though the l965 edition of the girls' varsity
basketball team was loaded with sophomores and jun-
iors, they were a team to be reckoned with. Coached
by two new coaches, Miss Barbee and Miss Muse, the
Vikettes left a lasting impression on the school with
their sometimes hilarious actions and solemn devo-
tion. The girls were molded into a strong team by Miss
Barbee and with boundless enthusiasm carried out
each assignment as best they could. They had fun and
fellowship and played with a keen and winning spirit
of sportsmanship and co-operation. They had their ups
and downs and each of the players managed to shed
a tear as they parted.
North 29 ..
North 22 . .
North 22 . .
North 34 . .
North 22 . .
North l4 ..
North 26 . .
North 44 . .
North 44 . .
North 33 , ,
North 20 . .
North 35 . .
Coaches Muse and Barbee.
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. South Stokes
. North Stokes
. South Stokes
Players walt anxiously for the result of a foul shot.
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Mickey Shouse prepares to sprung for a rebound. Mass Barpee demonstrates to Shurley l-lester the proper
way to bank a shot,
Senior players provide team leadership
Diane Coll Kathy Wolfe Shirley Hester
G11'ls part1c1pate m a vanety of sports
Diane Coll knocks boil across the net to
Intramural sports include softballyalleyball, soccer
Miss Barbee, Coach
Carole Hutchins catches practice kick by Mickey Shouse.
Many girls have participated
in a wide range of sports this
year. These girls, co-ordinated
into well-functioning teams by
Miss Barbee and Miss Muse, have
learned much about each sport
and also have grown into good
athletes. Saftballs have been hit,
volleyballs tapped, and soccer-
balls kicked, but the thing most
notable in each game was the
ambition, loyalty, joy radiated by
the players and coaches. These
extra-curricular activities not
only help the girls but add to the
enjoyment of the spectators.
Softball is a delightful pasttime for many girls.
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possession of the ball.
Coach Barbee gives pointers to her players before a softball game.
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Soccer players discover that there is much to learn about the game
Senior lead trackmen in a
North's second year in track was a very success-
ful one. With a new track to run on, the boys were
inspired by their coach, Mr. Larrimore, and each
participant sought to excel in his own category.
Much practice and effort went into this sport and
often o runner felt that he couldn't go another
inch, but with a driving effort each managed to go
ahead and add his best to Viking glory, With
many experienced trackmen returning to North
this year, the i965 team was the most formidable
in the conference, Each boy had a wide range of
activities to participate in, Some of these excelled
in tossing the shot putt and throwing the javelin.
Hurdles and pole vaults were easily crossed by well
experienced trackmen. Many speedsters ran hund-
reds of miles as they, together with the rest, added
tothe tradition of Viking superiority.
Richard Lavinder and Steve Leon are accomplished distance runners.
FIRST ROW: Horten, Leon, Pinnix, Bauguess, Raisner, Westmoreland, Whiteheart, Barrow,
Donner, Stansfield, Lavinder, Boose. SECOND ROW: Mankins, Dufour, Jones, Zimmerman,
Livengood, Russell, Crotts, Holt, Morton, Martin, Brown. THIRD ROW: Brothers, Vite, Gizin
ski, Wood, Gillespie, Calcutt, Dickerson, Knight, Raymer.
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"Chief" Whiteheart braces himself to
throw a shot putt.
Bill Raisner hands off the baton To Butch Westmoreland In a relay Bull Danner as ready to sprung forward In a
Harvey Bauguess, in sprir1ter's stance, awaits the starting
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FIRST ROW: Carter, Shouse, Sechrest, Park, Mr. Barringer, Van- THIRD ROW: Jones, Edwards, Gordon, Campbell, Marshall,
noy, Gardner, Lucas, Hauser. SECOND ROW: Lawson, Frye, Trex- Young, Clemens,
ler, l-licks, Grubbs, Southard, Thompson, Doss, Duff, Joyce, Mgr.
Viking ine are outstanding on the diamond
Barringer discusses game strategy with starting pitcher, Bud-
You're outl This was a frequent call of the 3-A base-
ball umpires this year. The North players heard it with
regret when it applied to them and with joy when applied
to the opposing teams, which received this call consider-
ably more than the Viking nine. Buddy Garner, the
North High Star pitcher, heard this call often while on
the mound, The other players worked hard to keep op-
ponent scores low with many outstanding catches and
throws. Coach Barringer taught the boys how to do their
best in each position.
Baseball Coach, Mr. Norman Barringer,
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Buddy Gardner Coy Mack Park Gerald Trexler Johnny Jones
Buddy Gardner, Gerald Trexler, and Steve Edwards engage in a practice session.
DGFIYUS YOUVYQ Don Lucas Steve Edwards Mike Vannoy
FIRST ROW: M. Page, T. Guthrie, C. Southard, S. Leon, J. Speas, THIRD ROW: C. Bombeld, J. Hanley, L. Beitel, B. Hollyfield, B
K. Lyons, J. Messick. SECOND ROW: T. Samuels, L. Wright, C. Russell, T. Armstrong, G. Southard.
Lyons, A. Southard, K. James, W. l-lead, C. Park, M. Forbis.
Wrestlers tie for conference title
The 1965 wres-
tling team had many J Ji,
outstanding and lf
tlers. Some w e r e
others lost only a
John Speas Coy Mack Park
Preston Southard Keith Lyons Sfeve Leon
Mr. Lorrimore is ci notcible wrestling coach ond the
holds ond techniques he tought his wrestlers combined
with their ncitive powers to defeot mony ot their od-
versories on the mot. Eoch boy leorned these necessi-
ties very quickly ond used them outomoticcilly in most
situotions. The boys procticed into the night eczch doy
ond conditioned themselves well. Thus it is no wonder
thot this yecir's teom won the conference title.
Steve Leon holds Keith Lyons in o guillotine.
Alon Southord locks Wesley Head in ci standing position
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Stories of a long gone day, told in bits of flower, in
the gossamer transparency of an insect's wing, are
imprisoned forever in the golden substance we call
amber. In like fashion, by choosing a bit here and a
trifle there, we have endeavored to transfix forever the
events of a fleeting year in the golden amber that is
We hope that in this book we have preserved for
you some of your most treasured moments of this year
in which together we have grown in stature and in
wisdom. Many hands have combined to accomplish
this task, and the editor is endlessly grateful to each
And so it ends-the task, the book, the year. lt has
all been a wonderful experience. Thank you for letting
us do it.
Senior Statistics provide a record
of student activities
Newspaper l, Student Council, Chess Club, Presi-
dent 2, 3, 4.
Student Council l, 2, Officer l.
Basketball l, 2, Track 2, FFA. 2, D.E. Club 4.
P.H.O. 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4, Public Speaking 2,
Basketball l, F.H.A. l, Senior Book Club 2.
Basketball l, 2, Football 2, Pep Club l, 2, Bus
F.H.A. 3, Pep Club 3, F.B.l..A. 4, Officer 4, Glee
Club l, NORLAND 3, 4.
FFA. l, 2, 3, 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, FHA. 2, 3.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3.
F.B.L.A. 3, 4.
Band l, F.H.A. l, Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3.
Campus Book Club l, J.V. Basketball 2, Senior
Book Club 3, Contemporary Problems Club 3, Sopho-
more Prom Committee 2.
Peggy Lynn Banner
F.H.A. l, J.V. Basketball 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Valkyries
4, F.B.L.A. 4.
F.H.A. l, 2, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, French Club 3, Student
Council 4, Pep Club 2.
Basketball l, 2, F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4.
Track l, 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 2, 3, Monogram Club
Track l, 2, Cross-Country l, 2, Science Club 4.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball
l, 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 3, 4.
Band 2, 3, 4.
Valkyries 4, Student Council 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4,
Literary Club 3, 4, President 4, Tri-Editor of Student
Football l, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, F.F.A. 2, 3, Pep Club 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, Contemporary Problems
Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Junior Marshall 3, Honor
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Drum-Bugle Corps 2, F.l-l.A. 2.
4, Basketball l, 2, French
Band l, 2, Y-Teens l, 3,
Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3.
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Officer -4, Science Club l.
Anchor Club 3, Y-Teens 3, F.H.A. l, 2, Book Club
Student Council l, 2, Class Officer 2, Track l, Pep
Club 3, Senior Class Representative.
Anchor Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Student
Council 4, Valkyries 4.
Y.F.C. 4, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, Book Club l, 2, Glee Club
Glee Club l, Baseball 2, Senior Service Club 4, Col-
lege Club 3, French Club 2, 4.
Anchor Club 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Officer l, Junior
Marshal, Governor's School, Girl's State Representa-
Contemporary Problems Club 3, F.T.A. 4, Library
Club 3, 4, Co-Chief Junior Marshal.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, French Club
3, Latin Club 2, Office Assisstant 4.
Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Monogram Club 4.
Tennis 4, Baseball l, Cross-Country 3, Monogram
Club 4, French Club 3.
Latin Club l, 2, Senior Teen-Age Book Club 2,
V.l.C. Club 4.
Football 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Basketball 2.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4.
F.H.A. 3, 4.
F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4.
J.V. Cheerleader 2, Chief 2, Varsity Cheerleader 4,
Class Officer 2, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Home-
coming Attendant 4.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer l, 2, Student Council
3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Monogram Club
l, 2, 3, 4.
Senior Teenage Book Club l, 2.
Ha rold Brown
Track l, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 3,
.l.V. Football l.
Anchor Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Reporter 4, Teen-
Page Correspondent 4, Assistant 3, Y-Teens l, 2,
Officer l, 2, Student Council l, 2.
Basketball l, 2, 3, F.H.A. l, Pep Club 2, Officer 2.
F.H.A. l, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, P.l-l.O.
2, 3, Literary Club 3, Officer 3.
P.l-l.O. 2, 3, 4, Contemporary Problems Club 3,
Forensic Society 2,
Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Distributive Educa-
tion Club 4.
F.F.A. 3, 4.
Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4, G.A.A.
2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
Chorus 4, Drum-Bugle Corps l, F.H.A. l, 2.
Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football Manager l, 2.
Student Council 3, F.H.A. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3.
Glee Club 3, 4, Softball 2.
NORLAND Staff 3, F.H.A. 3, Pep Club 3, Spanish
F.H.A. l, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Literary Club 3.
Good co-editors always suffer together.
SUS Cu rfel' Calvin Conrad
F.l-l.A, l, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Literary Club. Hi-Y 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Track 3.
Sh C Steve Cooke
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l, Football l.
John J. Cates
F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-
Y 3, 4, Basketball l, Track l, 2.
Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
l, French Club 2, 3, Monogram Club l, 2, 3.
Science Club l, Officer l, Bus Driver's Club 3, 4,
Officer 3, 4, Basketball l.
Bus Driver's Club 4.
Basketball 2, Softball 2, Monogram Club 3, 4, Volley-
Football l, 2, 3, Track 3, French Club 2, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Senior Service Club 4, Chaplain 4.
Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2.
Bus Drivers Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4.
Baseball l, 2, Monogram Club 2, Student Council
3, Spanish Club 3, Basketball l, 2.
Varsity Football 2, Y.F.C. 3, 4, Bus Driver 4, Student
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Football l, 2, Bus
Driver l, 2, 3, Track 2.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, Track l, 2,
Baseball l, 2, Art Club 3.
Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Officer l, 2, Key Club
l, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball l, 2, Captain l, 2.
Office Assistance 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4.
G.A.A, l, F.H.A. i.
Science Club l, Baseball 2, Bus Driver's Club 3, 4.
Office Assistance 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Ma-
iorette 2, 4, F.l-I.A. 3, Y-Teens l.
F.F.A. 3, 4, Bus Drivers Club 4, Youth For Christ l,
2, Track l.
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club
Biology Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Annual Staff 4,
Anchor Club 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Officer 3, Gold Key
Winner 4. 1
French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 3, 4.
Home Room Officer l.
Student Council 3, 4, Senior Service Club 4, Mono-
gram Club 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3,
F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4,
Monogram Club 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4.
Fl-l.A. l, 2, Glee Club l.
Y-Teens l, 2, F.B.L.A. 4.
Band l, Science Club l, Latin Club l, 2, J.V. Bas-
ketball l, 2.
Track l, Band l, 2, 4, Bus Driver's Club 3, Cross
Country l, 2.
Bus Driver's Club 4.
Science Club l, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, French Club
3, Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4.
FFA. l, D.E.C.A. 4.
Pep Club, Book Club.
Y-Teens l, F.H.A. l,
French Club 3, Band
2, 3, 4, Dance Band
4, Bus Driver's Club
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Officer 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, J.V. Cheerleader
2, Co-editor THE NORLAND 4.
Basketball l, 2, Football l, 2.
F.H.A. l, 2.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Monogram Club
3, 4, J.V. Basketball l, 2, Baseball 2, 4.
Y-Teens l, F.H.A. 2.
Bus Driver's Club
Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, Mono-
gram Club 2, J.V. Basketball 2.
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Valkyries 4, Chief 4,
Student Council 4, P.H.O. l.
S.S.C. Club 4.
F.T.A, 3, 4.
Contemporary Problems Club 4, Officer 4, Debate
Club 3, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, Bus
Driver 3, 4.
Basketball l, 2, Baseball l, 2, Football 2, Alderman
2, President of V.l.C. 4.
NORLAND Staff 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Basketball 2,
GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4.
Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, F.H.A. 2.
FHA. l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Band 4, Y-Teens 3,
Y.F.C. l, 2,
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 4,
Hi-Y 3, Basketball l, 2, Student Council 3.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, FHA. 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Y-Teens
3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 4.
ORLAND Staff 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Basketball l, 2,
.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Valkyries 4.
llhorus l, 2.
:horus l, 2.
Student Council 3, 4, Officer 4, Anchor Club 2, 3, 4,
Dfficer 3, 4, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, Officer 2, 3, Library
:lub 2, 3, Y-Teens 3.
Teenage Book Club l, 2.
3.H.A. l, D.E. Club 3.
Y-Teens l, French Club 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Bus
Drivers 3, 4, Y.F.C. 3, Band Monogram 2.
3aseball l, 2, Football 2, 3, Golf 3, 4, Boys' Mono-
gram Club 4.
Teenage Book Club l.
Basketball l, 2, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, ln-
tramural Sports 2, 3, Book Club l, 2.
Debate and Discussion Society 3, F.B.L.A. 4.
KFC. 3, 4, Student Council 4, Latin Club l, ln-
tramural Sports 2.
Art Club 3.
Saddle oxfords are used for both walking and sidewalk surfing.
Band l, 2, 3, Chorus 3, D.E. Club 4.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4,
Band Council 4, Bus Driver 3, 4, Track 2.
Transfer from R.J. Reynolds High School, Pep Club
4, Y-Teens 4,
Book Club l, Art Club 4.
Track l, 2, Y.F.C. l, 2.
Anchor Club 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4,
Pep Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Latin Club 3, Officer 3.
Senior Teenage Book Club l, Junior Y-Teens 3.
Bus Drivers' Club 3, Basketball l, 2, Y.F.C. l.
Senior Homeroom Representative 4, Pep Club 3,
Dramatics Club 2, Student Council 3, Art Club 3,
Spanish Club 3, Officer 3, Basketball l.
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, Library Club 4, Con-
temporary Problems Club 3, F.T.A. 4.
Contemporary Problems Club 4, NORLAND Staff 4,
Homeroom Representative 2.
Mary Kaye Gwynn
G.A.A. l, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Book Club 2.
Valkyries 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Officer 3, Biology Club
2, Key Club Sweetheart 4, Key Club Calender 4.
Y-Teens 3, Latin Club 2, Valkyries 4, P.H.O. l,
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Student Council 2, 4, Pep Club 3,
Key Club Calendar 4.
Pep Club 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Art Club 3, De-
bate Club 3, Spanish Club 4.
Football l, 2, Monogram Club l, 2, Bus Driver 3, 4,
Baseball l, Homeroom Representative 3.
P.H.O. 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3,
Key Club Calendar 4.
Y.F.C. l, 2, G.A.A. l, 2, Teenage Book Club 2.
Transfer from Garringer High School.
Edward Wayne Harrell
Bus Driver 4.
Football l, Track l, 2, Senior Service Club 4, Base-
Ann Hartg rove
Valkyries 4, Homecoming Court 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Latin
Club 2, 3, Officer 3, Key Club Calendar.
Debate and Discussion Society 2, 3, 4, NFL. 4, Con-
temporary Problems Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Jun-
ior Marshal, Honor Graduate.
Wrestling 3, Track 3, Baseball 2, Biology Club 2.
FFA. l, 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4.
P.H.O. l, Pep Club l, F.H.A. l.
Anchor Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Officer
4, Y.F.C. 3, 4, P.H.O. 2, 4, Office Assistant 3, 4.
Pep Club 3, V.l.C. 4, Officer 4, Y.F.C. l, 2.
Ella Bee Harper
G.A.A. l, Softball Team l, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Teenage Book Club 2.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4,
Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4.
Bus Driver 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 4, Bus Drivers'
Pep Club 3, 4, Senior Service Club 4, Officer 4.
Y.F.C. 3, 4, Officer 4, Quiz Team 3, Key Club 4,
Basketball l, Tennis 4.
Bus Driver 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 4.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Monogram Club
l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3.
Basketball l, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C.
l, 2, 3, Volleyball 3, 4, Softball.
Basketball l, Senior Service Club 4.
N E. B. Hiatt
Basketball l, Bus Driver 3, 4.
Pep Club 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council 4,
Youth For Christ l,
F.F.A. 2, V.l.C. l.
Football I, 2, 3,
Track 2, 3, Baseball
Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, Science Club l, 2,
French Club 4.
Bancl l, Football l.
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, French Club 4,
Valkyries 4, Cynosure 4.
Track 2, 3, 4, FFA, l, 2, 4, Y.F.C. 4, Monogram
Club 3, 4.
Y-Teens 1, P.H.o. 2, 4. Jfftfgi'
Football l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Monogram Club l, 2.
Band l, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Spanish Club
Homeroom Officer l, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4, Softball 4.
Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Contemporary
Problems Club 3, Honor Graduate 4.
P.H.O. I, 2, Latin Club 2, Y.F.C. 3, F.B.L.A. 4.
Chorus l, 2.
Basketball l, 2, Class Officer 2, Y.F.C. 3, 4, Officer,
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Officer, F.H.A. l, Officer 2.
Basketball l, 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Book Club l, 2,
Y.F.C. l, 2.
Y-Teens 2, 4, Band l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Ma-
jorette 2, 3, Pep Club 3.
GAA. l, 2, F.H.A. l, 2, Book Club l, 2, Home-
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, Pep Club 3.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 2, 3, Pep Club l,
Officer 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2.
Book Club I, 2.
Pep Club I, 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y
4, Library Club I, 2, 3, 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, S.S.C. 4, Football l, 2, Basketball l, 2,
Baseball l, 2, 4.
Hi-Y 2, Officer 3, 4, Football l, 4, Basketball 2, 3,
4, Track 2, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Officer.
Y-Teens 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Anchor
Club 3, 4, Valkyries Officer 4.
Chorus l, 2.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, 4, Pep Club
l, 2, 3, Forensic Society l, 2, Valkyries 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council
l, 2, 3, 4, Anchor Club 2, 3, -4, Pep Club 3, French
Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Basketball
l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4.
Bus Driver,l, 2, 3, 4.
Y-Teens 3, 4, Junior-Senior Play 3, Pep Club 3'
Book Club 1, 2, 3, officer 2, French Club 3l
Varsity Football I, Baseball l, 2, 3, Basketball l
2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Play 3.
D.E. Club 3, 4, Officer 3.
Key Club 3, 4, Monogram Club 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, Student Council l, 2.
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram
Club 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4.
Golf 2, 3, 4, T.C.C. 4, Bus Driver 3, 4.
Basketball l, 2, P.H.O. l, 2, Officer l, 2, 3, Student
Council l, 2, 3, Anchor Club l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2,
Chorus l, 3, 4.
Basketball 3, 4, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y
l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4.
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, NORLAND 3,
V.l.C. 4, Officer 4.
Band l, 2.
Senior Service Club 4.
Valkyries 4, Student Government l, Officer l, Y-
Teens l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Officer 4, Library Club
2, 3, 4, Officer 3.
Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Wrestling Manager 4, Track Team 2,
Student Council 4, Pep Club 4.
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3'
Officer 3, Science Club l, Band l.
Library Club 2, Band 2, Spanish Club 3, Y.F.C.
4, Biology Club 2.
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Officer 2, Homecoming 3, NOR-
LAND 3, 4, Student Council 3, Art Club 3, 4, Of-
Anchor Club 3, 4, Valkyries 4, Y-Teens 3.
F.H.A. 4, Office Assistant 4, J.V. Basketball l.
Baseball, Basketball, D.E., L.C.T., Football.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Junior
Marshal 3, Track l, 2, 3, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4.
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Officer
3, 4, Track 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Class Officer
Y-Teens l, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 4, Student Council 3.
Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Wrestling
3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4.
F.H,A. l, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, GAA. l, 2, French
Club 3, D.E, Club 4.
Pep Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Booster Club 4, Journal-
Basketball l, French Club l, 2.
Junior Marshal 3, Honor Graduate 4, Anchor Club
3, 4, Officer, Y-Teens 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4.
Library Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4,
Officer 3, 4, NORLAND 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Book
Club l,i 2.
Key Club 3, 4, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, French
Club 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representa-
Latin Club 2, P.H.O. l, 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Y.F.C. 3.
G.A.A. l, 2, F.H.A. l, 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Book Club l,
2, D.E.C.A. Sweetheart 4.
F,H.A. l, 2, Spanish Club l, 2, Officer 4, Science
Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Y.F.C. 4, Officer 4,
Student Council 4, Tennis 4.
S.S.C. 4, NORLAND 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3.
North goes weste rn.
Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Monogram Club l, 2,
3, 4, Officer 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l,
2, 3, 4, Class Officer l.
Basketball l, Baseball l, Football l, Tumbling 2.
SSC. 4, Officer 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Baseball
2, Basketball l, 2, 3, Football l.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
Track l, 2, Monogram Club.
I Mike Lynch
Basketball l, 2, Y.F.C. l.
Cynosure 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 4, Cheerleader 2, 3,
4, co-chief 4, Honor Graduate 4, Homecoming Atten-
dant 2, 4, Class Officer l, 3.
F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Book Club 2.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Boosters 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. l.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3.
Library Club 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4,
F.B.L.A. 4, Science Club 2, Pep
Chorus l, 2, Band 2.
Engineers Club l, Latin Club l, 2, Student Council
l, Track l.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Football l.
Chorus 4, Art Club 3, Y-Teens l,
F.B,L.A. 3, 4, Student Council 3, Book Club 2.
Pep Club 2, Y-Teens l, French Club 3, Senior Rep-
Chorus l, 3, 4, Baseball l, French Club 3, 4, Math
Club 3, Student Council 2.
Library Club 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, P.H.O. 3, Debate
and Discussion Club 3, Bowling l.
Band l, 2, 3, 4,
Bowling l, 2, Pep
Club 3, Library Club
2, Student Council
Y-Teens l, 2, Liter-
ary Club Officer 3,
Pep Club 3, French
Club 3, Contempor-
ary Problems Club
Band l, 2, Football
"You don't say!"
Basketball l, 2, Football l, 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Debate Club Officer
3, 4, Debating Team 3, 4.
Y-Teens l, 2.
Student Council 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, F.l-l.A. l, Pep
Library Staff 4, Band l, 3, Biology Club 3, 4.
F.H,A. l, 2, 3, Officer 4, Pep Club 3, Library Club
4, Book Club l, 2.
Y-Teens l, 2.
Track l, 2, Soccer l, 2, Pep Club 3, Electronics Club
French Club l, 2, 3, Officer 4, Student Council l, 2,
Y-Teens 4, NORLAND 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 4.
Beta Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, F.B,L.
A. 2, 3, D.E. Club 4.
Football l, 2, Baseball 2.
Track Team 3, 4.
GAA, l, Bowling l, Football Homecoming Sponsor
2, Student Council Alt. 3, Basketball Manager l, 2.
Y-Teens l, 2, Latin Club 3.
Library Club 2, 3, 4, P.H.O. l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3,
Basketball Manager 2, Baseball Manager l, 2.
Football l, 2, Track l, 2, Hi-Y l, 3, Student Council
3, Contemporary Problems Club 3, Officer 4.
Pep Club 3, Debate and Discussion Club 3.
Basketball l, Football 2, Band l.
Y.F.C. l, 3, 4.
F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4.
Pep Club 2, 3, YwTeens 3, 4, Y.F.C. l.
Ga ry Og bu rn
Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Track l,
Manager l, Latin Club 2.
Chorus l, 2, 3, DE. Club, Officer 4.
F.H.A. l, 2, D.E. Club 4.
Wrestling 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Hi-Y Club 2, Mono-
gram Club 3, 4, Baseball l, 3, 4.
Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, President 4, lnter
Club Council 4, Senior Homeroom Representative 4,
Honor Roll 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, Anchor Club 3, 4,
Valkyries 4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4,
Officer 3, 4.
J.V. Football l, Band l, Tennis l, 2, J.V. Basket-
ball l, Glee Club l.
Anchor Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, French Club 3,
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Home-
coming Court 4, French Club 3.
Ba rba ra Payne
J.V. Basketball l, 2, Co-Captain 2, Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 4, Captain 4, Monogram Club 4.
Baseball l, 2, 3, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, Student
Council l, French Club 3, Bus Driver 4.
Jane Evelyn Petree
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Y.F.C. 3, P.H.O. 4.
Y.F.C. l, Glee Club l, 2, Contemporary Problems
Club 3, Fl-l.A. 2, 3, F,B.L.A. 4.
Carolette 2, Y.F.C. 4, Chorus 2, 3, Pep Club 3.
Football l, 2, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2,
Contemporary Problems Club 4, Monogram Club 2,
Majorette l, 2, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Youth
for Christ l, 2, P.H.O. 3, Y-Teens 3.
Student Council l, Glee Club l, F.B.L.A. l.
Wrestling l, D.E. Club 4, Officer 4, Art Club 3,
Camera Club 3.
Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Teenage Book Club l, 2, D.E.C.A.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3,
Journalism staff 4, Office Assistant 4.
Baseball 2, 4,
Club l, 2, Bus Driver l, 2, V.l.C. Club 4.
Intramural sports l, 2, 3, Model
S.S.C 4, Officer 4, Student Council 3, 4, l.C.C. 3,4,
Debate Club 3, Officer 3.
Y.F.C. 2, F.B.L.A. 4.
Dick Pruett Kenneth Rippy
Hi-Y 3, 4, Officer 4, Student Council 3, Junior-Sen- Chess Club 4.
ior Prom Committee 3.
Chorus l, 2, 4.
D.E.C.A. 3, FHA. l, 2, Y.F.C. l, 2.
Jack Queen Billy Robinson
BUS Driver 3 4, BUS Drivefs Club 3 4, Officer 4- Contemporary Problems Club 3, Booster Club 4.
Bill Raisner Stanley Rule
Hi-Y 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, 4, Football Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Football 2, 3, Track 2,
2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4. Science Club l.
Dale Randleman Linda Rush
I Chorus l.
GAA. l, Senior Teenage Book Club l, 2, Majorette
2, Band Monogram Club 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Officer 4.
Gene Rayner F.B.L.A. l, Honor Graduate 4.
Monogram Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4.
Y-Teens 3, Art Club 3, 4. Phillip Saylor
Linda Reece Latin Club 2, 3.
Y-T l 3' A l b 3 4.
eens ' ' rl CU l Sandra Scales
Brehd!! RelCl'I F4H.AA. pep Club.
Y.F.C. 3, 4, Officer 4, Literary Club 3.
Basketball l, Baseball l.
Y-Teens 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Chorus
2? Debate Club 2' Vickie Sechrist
Phyliss Reisinger Chorus l, 2, 3, P.l-l.O. l, Y-Teens l, 2, Debate and
D' A S ' l' P l 2.
French Club l, 2, 3, Seventeens 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, lscusslon Oclely ' ep Club '
Drama Club 2, Student Council l.
Phil Rhyne V
Science Club l, 2, Book Club l, 2, French Club 2. l
Photography Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Annual Photo- l
grapher 3, 4, l
Susan Selle T
Anne Plclde' King High School 1, 2, 3, PHA. 1, 2, chorus 2,
Y.F.C. 3, 4, Literary Club 3, FHA. 3, Science Fair Winner l, 2, Newspaper Staff 2.
P,H.O,, Debate Club, Pep Club,
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Junior Y-Teens
3, Science Club 2, Y.F.C. l, 2.
Tri-Hi-Y 4, J,V. Cheerleader 2, Homecoming Spon-
sor 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4.
Debate and Discussion Society, PHO., Y-Teens.
Student Council 4, Y-Teens 3, Science Club 2, Junior
Marshal 3, Honor Graduate 4,
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3,
4, Officer 3, Honor Graduate 4, Class Officer l.
Debate Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Y-Teens 4, F,H.A. l,
Valkyries 4, Cynosure 4, NORLAND 3, 4, Maiorette
2, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Y-Teens 3, Literary Club 3, Contemporary Problems
Club 3, French Club 3, Honor Graduate 4,
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Contemporary Problems Club 4,
Officer 4, Football l, 2, 3, Honor Graduate 4.
Student Council 4, Valkyries 4, Art Club 3, Y-Teens
P,H.O. 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Officer 4, Y-Teens
2, 3, F,H.A. 2, Senior Homeroorn Representative 4.
Valkyries 4, Art Club 3, Y-Teens 2.
P.H.O. l, 2, 3, 4, Contemporary Problems Club 3,
French Club 3, Y-Teens 4, Junior Nominating Com-
French Club 2, 3, Bus Driver 3, Bus Drivers' Club 3.
Glee Club l, 4, Pep Club 3, Senior Teenage Book
Student Council l, V.l.C. Club 4, Nascar 4.
P.H.O. l, 2, Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, NORLAND
Key Club 3, 4, Monogram Club 4, Pep Club 3,
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Cynosure 4,
French Club 3, 4, Literary Club 3, Art Club 4, Y-
Teens l, Contemporary Problems Club 3, 4.
S.S,C. 4, Track 4.
Football l, 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, DE. Club 4,
Basketball 2, 3.
Wrestling 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Monogram Club 4.
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Valkyries 4, Latin Club
l, 2, Pep Club 2, 3.
Senior Teenage Book Club l, 2, F.B.L.A. 3, 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, Latin Club 3, Art Club 3, 4, P,H.O.
l, 2, 4, Officer 4.
Glee Club l, 2, G.A.A. l, Pep Club 3, l.C.T, 4, Senior
Teenage Book Club l, 2.
Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, Track l, 2,
Student Council 2, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Officer 4.
Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 3, Library Club 4, Office As-
Y-Teens 3, Office Assistant 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Of-
ficer 3, 4, Senior Homeroom Representative 4, Guid-
ance Office Assistant 3.
Monogram Club 2, Football l, 2, Track 2.
Cross-Country Team 2, 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4,
Monogram Club 3, 4, Science Club l.
Spanish Club l.
Honor Graduate 4.
Glee Club l, Senior Service Club 4, Monogram Club
4, Football Manager 3, 4.
Wrestling 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2.
E. L. Stewart
Band l, 2, 3, Band Monogram 2, Y.F.C. l, 2, V.l.C.
4, F.H.A. l.
Contemporary Problems Club 3, Pep Club 3, Band
J.V. Football l, 2, V.l.C. 3, 4, FFA. l, 2.
Y-Teens l, 2, Forensic Society l, P.H.O. 3, French
3, Literary Club 4, Contemporary Problems Club 3.
Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, 4.
P.H.O. 2, Debate And Discussion Society 3, Officer
3, Brush and Palette Club 4, Pep Club 4, Governor's
F,F.A. l, Glee Club 2, Football l, l.C.T. 3.
Latin Club l, F.F.A. 2, l.E.C. 3, V.l.C., l.C.T. 3, 4.
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Officer
4, Y-Teens 3, Teenage Book Club l, Valkyries 4.
Biology Club 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Student Council 4,
Executive Council 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Valkyries 4.
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Chief 4, Anchor Club 2, 3, 4,
Officer 4, Junior Marshal 3, Co-Chief, Honor Grad-
uate 4, Homecoming Queen 4.
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 3, 4, French Club 2, 3,
Student Council 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
Senior Book Club l, 2, F.H.A. l, F.B.L.A. 4.
F.B.L.A. l, Majorette l, 2, 4, F.H.A. l, Glee Club
Football l, 2, V.l.C. 4.
Class Officer l, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Pep Club l, 2,
Student Council 2, Latin Club 2.
Majorette 2, 3, 4, F.B.L,A. 4, Officer 4, F.H.A. l,
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 4.
Football l, 2, I.C.T. 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3.
Library Club 2, F.l-l.A. 2.
Band l, 2, Chorus l, 4, Officer 4, Photography Club
3, Bus Driver 3, 4.
Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Bos-
ketball l, 2, Y.F.C. l, Football Manager l.
Y-Teens l, 2.
Bus Driver 3, l.E.C.
3, I.C.T. 4.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Pep
Club 4, F.H.A. l,
Y.F.C. 2, 3, Gui-
dance Office Assis-
Evaluation man is un-
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Reporter 3, Cheer-
leader 2, Student Council l, 3, Monogram Club 2, 3,
Track l, Football l, Bus Driver 3, Bus Drivers' Club
3, V.l.C. Club 4, l.C.T. 4.
Basketball 2, Baseball 2, S.S.C. 4, D.E. 3, 4.
Library Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3,
Chorus l, 2.
Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Baseball
l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Class Officer 2.
Glee Club l.
French Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3,
F.H.A, l, 2, Y.F.C. l.
Ka ren Vernon
Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 3, F.H.A. l, 2, Band 2,
Chorus l, 2, 3.
Key Club 4.
Y.F.C. l, Y-Teens 3, F.B.L.A. 4.
D.E. Club 4, Officer 4, Teenage Book Club l.
Basketball l, 2.
Honor Graduate 4.
Bus Driver 3, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Officer 4.
Football l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4.
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, 3.
F.H.A. 4, Chorus l, Pep Club l, 2.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, P.H.O. l, D.E.C.A. 4,
Band l, 2, Track l.
Basketball 2, 3, Y.F.C. l, Monogram Club 3.
Band l, 2, D.E. Club 3.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4.
Latin Club l, Sophoteers 2, Hall Monitor 2, Y-Teens
Key Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Latin Club 2,
Officer 2, Pep Club 3, Officer 3, Honor Graduate 4.
Basketball l, 2, Bus Driver 2, 3, Bus Driver Club 3'
D.E. Club 4, Officer 4.
Band l, 2, 3, l.C.T. 4.
Track l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Mono-
gram Club 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 4.
Student Council 3, Senior Class Representative 4,
Y-Teens 3, 4, French Club 3, Latin Club l, 2.
E. C. White
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, 3, 4, Photography
FFA. l, 2, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club l, 2,
3, Basketball l, Track l, 2, 3, 4.
Y-Teens l, Officer l, F.H.A. 4, Chorus 3, 4, Officer
4, Y.F.C. 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4.
Y-Teens 2, Y.F.C. 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 3.
Library Club l, 2, Pep Club 2,- F.F.A. l.
F.H.A. l, 2.
Red Cross Representative 2, Football l, 2, Basketball
l, Chorus l, 2, 3, Monogram Club 2.
Basketball l, Football l, Science Club 2, Track 2,
Golf Team 2.
Basketball l, 2, Football l, Pep Club 3, Latin Club
Track l, 2, 3.
Basketball l, Football l, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Track
2, Science Club 2.
D.E. Club 4, Officer 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, P.H.O. 4, Latin
Club 2, Y.F.C. 4.
Band l, Pep Club l, F.H.A. l, Homeroom Officer
Anchor Club 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Y-
Teens 3, F.H.A. l, 2, Officer 2, Band Monogram
Club l, 2, Officer 2.
Pep Club, F.B.L.A.
Basketball 2, 4, Manager 3, Girl's Monogram Club
2, 3, 4, Officer 4, G.A.A. Officer 4, Booster Club.
Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 3,
Basketball l, Latin Club 3.
Senior Service Club 4, Officer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Golf
Team 3, 4.
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track
2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, Band l.
Latin Club 2, Public Speaking Club 2, Junior-Senior
Play 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Debate Club 2.
Yadkinville High School l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, Debating
3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Junior Marshal 3, F.T.A. 3,
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball l, 2, 3,
4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Officer
4, Hi-Y 3, 4.
Senior Service Club 4, Office 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Golf
Team 3, 4, Track 4, Basketball l, 2.
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