North Forsyth High School - Cynosure Yearbook (Winston Salem, NC)
- Class of 1966
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The student the teacher the athete the club member
working studying participating bubbling with
life and activity . . . giving once empty halls the breath of life . . .
the school . . . a world Within itself .. . pulsating in the student's
thoughts the center of his present life it is vital, alive
with constant activity . . . days like a kaleidoscope . . . an ever T 3
shifting series of events and busy happenings it is constant
turmoil and motion and always ACTION - The Essence of
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of belonging . . .
Smiles and laughter
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laboring . . . laughing . . . living . . .
The many faces of the students
smiling, frowning, laughing, scrutiniz-
ing. The actions of the students
hurrying to class . . . greeting a passing
friend .. . cheering in the blissful mad-
ness of a pep rally ...staring placidly
out a window at a wispy cloud
worrying, thinking, striving . . . such are
they the students grasping for
knowledge seeking enjoyment and
pleasure .. . needing friendship and un-
derstanding . . . they face a whole world
but, for the present, the long halls
and bright classrooms of our school are
all they know.
The questing for knowledge
FACULTY- Sharing ca wealth of
The look of interest .. . Concern .. . encouragement .. .
There are times of relaxation ..
Always willing to help
Knowledge. . .
Friendly chatter in spare moments
Chatter and laughter from the
teachers' lounges morning ..
solemn faces intent during a fac
ulty meeting then, the teach
ers enter the world of the student
Periods pass . . . the long day . .
there are smiles, words of praise
stabs of disappointment dead
frogs, greasy machinery, acids
slide rules such are the im
plements of a teacher's profession
. . . and books . . . always the books
and records and daily reports. A
reward satisfaction at the
final bell a feeling of being
needed, of accomplishment ..
sometimes a pang of futility and
exasperation when the students
fail to attain all the knowledge a
teacher can give but there is
Clubs honoi' the foreign exchznigxe student in an
assembly . . .
CLUBS- giving of
Giving of one's summer hours .,
Happily enduring initiations .
one's Talents . . . one's time . . .
Meetings aid in organizing and planning
Club members eagerly rendering services
A club escape from boredom
an outlet for self-expression
. . . an opportunity to give of one's
time . . . one's talents . . . meet-
ings . . . projects .. . days of hard
work deep feelings of accom-
plishment-of service to school
and community . . . bulletin boards
decorating halls for the Pep
Club. Service clubs paint, sweep,
help always help. Cheerful
voices raised in empty halls as
members work together . . . always
together . . . good times . . . fun
times fellowship. The club
member feels himself more than
a student he is vital to his
school .. . he is a part .. . he has
a place he belongs.
Folk music comes to North
A barbershop quartet entertains
The Vee Jays
produce a spine-tingling rhythm
Unceasing activity variety entertain-
ment the student's life never grows dull
.. . is never lacking in something new . . . dif-
ferent . . . to observe . . . to enjoy. A hootenany
. . . bustling dances . . . Homecoming festivities.
North is almost constantly the scene of night
life pancake suppers the Hi-Key Shen-
anigans .. . a Twirp Week movie . . . a barber-
shop quartet. Students present a musical comedy
.. . stage a pageant. Action . . . so much a part
of North is carried beyond the established
routines of the school day.
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The Kappa-Tones use true showmanship
entertcunment . . .
Everybody enjoys the informality of a dance
The Spurrlows exhibit Versatility ..
The U. N. C. G. choir presents Christmas music . . .
A different style of entertainment
The melodious strains of
A lilting voice
Crowds move into the gym Sen-
iors take the seats of honor an
hour of enjoyment for both students
and faculty begins. Music to delight
the ears the choruses sing
the U.N.C.G. choir performs . . .
applause rings out as the Spurrlows
take a final bow . . . nervous students
exhibit their special talents. Rosa-
lina Baron is recognized before de-
parting the Miss North High
contestants are introduced to the
eager students clubs hold induc-
tions the Valkyries present an
hour of laughter song and
Music to delight the ears ..
assembly devotionals . . .
ca welcome chcmge in routine
PEP RALLIES- clapping hands . . .
The boundless energy of a cheer-
Wild shouts of joy .. . the beat of a drum .. .
smiling faces another pep rally. Clapping
hands .. . stomping feet .. . signifying loyalty
and devotion to a team signifying the joy
of a break in routine . . . signifying the ingrain-
ed spirit of every Viking. Cheerleaders plummet
after a high jump the band blares a
skit laughter rings the boisterous ga-
iety dies solemnity descends on the myriad
faces .. . lusty voices sing the Alma Mater . . .
a noisy exit the gym lies silent.
The laughter during a student skit
A visible symbol of school spirit
exuberant faces . . .
Cheerful voices raised in Song
The willingness to participate
The beat of a drum
A high hurdle A steady aim A praiseworthy vault
Concern for fellow athletes
Fighting for victory
Loyalty to more than school
ioy of competition . . .
Wild applause a ball soars high shrill
whistles resound from the bleachers. Spectators
. . . wide-eyed . . . intent . . . now a frown .. .
now a pleased srnile. Athletes giving their
best . . . feeling the pride of victory . . . the faith
of fellow students . . . the loyalty of North. Vik-
ings spectators players all possess-
ing boundless spirit . . . love of a contest . . . true
Sportsmanship- Well-trained bodies arch high
Resounding cheers evidencing student support
HCMECOMING- ca time of memories
Preparation of the court's float
LEFT: Contributing many hours of work
'3W9f4'is ABOVE: Eager hands assume many tasks ..
A touch of gay Paris
LEFT: A new queen is born
BELOW: The radiant faces of the couit
i A cold emptx pm time
formed .. Pnie iinff
time the Eiffel towei
Willing handi paint tiim
. . . hammei build
create. Splmteie and punt
covered clothee 'ue foigotten
in the buss new the iueh
of time. Fixe neixoua gnle
arrange han bux dieeies
seek escoits find conxei
tibles. Then CIGI
touch of gax Pain a night
of nights. The halftime fee
tivities . Xalkxiiee and
band the moment long
awaited, and fl new queen N
crowned the team the
congratulationq th e
membering facee of alumni
The dance dieamx emilee
. . . lovely dieeeee happx
people foi fi time enioxing,
the delighte of Pane
"Vive la France then
strains of theme music fide
GIGI ls gone memo
Starry eyes .. . eager smiles . . .
lace tears. Five girls ideal
girls . . . charm emanating from their
presence . . . black hair . . . blond
hair . . . blue eyes . . . green eyes . . .
beauty .. . poise .. . radiant person-
ality. Each girl endowed with a lum-
inous quality .. . a majestic trait
. . . each given a moment crystalized
like a gem in her memories . . . a per-
sonal triumph to cherish .. . a with-
ered rose to keep
Miss Judy Lynn Tuttle
Friendly .. Versatile .. Talented ..
Miss Bonnie Moore
Miss Susan Ratterree
Miss Martha Park
Miss Ellen Gowens
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Miss North High
Contestants are introduced in assembly
The Vee Jays present a floor show
Mr. Goodwin emcees the pageant
Miss North High is crowned .
A new activity is begun, perhaps to be-
come a tradition . . . the Key Club spon-
sors a Miss North High contest the
gym is transformed into a magic World
. . . of hearts . . . and roses. Twenty-five
queens are introduced twenty-five
clubs are represented. A floor show
smiling faces . . .resounding applause
. . . then tension replaces joyful abandon
.. a record throng waits impatiently
the spotlight beams on shimmering
satin . . . and the first Miss North High
ascends her throne.
Miss North High
A parade of shimmering satin and anxious smiles
Mike Knight, Victory King
Martha Park, Victory Queen
The Victory Court leads dance
Victory leaders athletes club leaders
editors cheerleaders Valkyries. Special
qualities . . . imagination . . . responsibility . . .
loyalty Viking spirit all those essential
things that contribute to a victorious school a
profitable year for all students. Recognition
. . . the contest . . . voting. The student body chooses
a king and queen the symbols of a year filled
Contestants eagerly await the decision ..
Mr. James Malcolm, Assistant Principal. Mr. Julian Gibson, Principal.
offices are the
scene of constant
activity . . .
and Guidance Staff
Mrs. Gertrude Kastner and Mr. Rupert Bowen, Guidance Mrs. Opal Allen and Mrs. Eleanor Burge, Secretaries.
Smiling faces willing hands the noise
and bustle of the offices. Concerned looks
the guidance counselors listen intently col-
leges . . . problems. The front offices . . . phones
ring typewriters click members of the
faculty students excuses announce-
f"'3"" ments. Mr. Gibson busy in conference Mr.
Malcolm . .. discipline . .. the secretaries . ..
and always . .. smiling faces.
Mrs. Margaret Blackburn Mrs. Phyllis Carswell Miss Adrianne Cox Literature ' gllanlmar ' ' '
English III English III, IV English II, III book reports . ' .Such are the
components of the English class.
Four years .. . progression
variation . . . from Dickens to
1 Shakespeare short stories to
s sonnets. A world of fiction opens
,i'q new characters are met
ll new ideas encountered. Journal-
iil ism classes . . . the bustle of meet-
' E ing deadlines self-expression
through written words . . . print-
Mrs. Gerotha Gentry Mr. Robert Goodwin Mrs. Mary Hauser ers' ink, D1'3m3tjCS , , . m3kg-be-
English III English III English II lieve people ' . h rnake-believe
worlds the sparkle of foot-
, lights . . . the smell of grease-
R s paint. All lead to the discovery of
P Q new talents . . . new interest . . .
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Miss Betty Hobbs Mrs. Ruth McClaren Mrs. Louise Newman
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Mr. Tommy Pickel Mrs. Sally Ramsey
English II English II, III
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English IV English IV
Preparing a lesson .. .
Miss Willa Royster
Mrs. Edna Walls
Intently correcting themes
Communication between student and teacher
Classes arouse interest
Through dramatics, students enter make
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Mrs. Nancy Corriher Miss .lane Huggins Miss Virginia Langley Mrs. Lazelle Northrop Miss Eloise Teague
French French Latin French Spanish
Department of Foreign Languages
The language student assumes a foreign
identity French Spanish. The
Eiffel Tower bullfights the
clash of the Roman Legions flash
vividly before the eyes of his imagina-
tion. The murmur of foreign voices in
conversation the melodious strains
of "Au Clair de la Lune" strange
noises coming from the language lab.
Learning of foods .. . sudying cultures
. . .developing a desire to see the world
to visit other peoples .. . to speak
their native tongues.
An amused look .
Learn1ng proper 1ntonat1on 1n language lab .
process . .
Students make use of teaching aids
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Daily lectures bring history to life
A teacher spends hours in study
Department of Social
Current events are discussed
Mr. Charles Anderson
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Mr. Ralph Royster
Mrs. Dean Clifford
Mr. Jerry Peoples
Mrs. Blanche Zimmerman
Hundreds of facts flash around the stu-
dents' heads lengthy lectures
scribbled notes T.V. classes. Guest
speakers attentive faces ques-
tions are hastily fired. Current events . . .
the evolution of democracy students
look at maps . . . learn to read the stock
market sing protest songs gain
knowledge of the decayed world called
The Past look toward The Future
with a firmer step.
Worms thistle tubes a
lush terrarium science has
many forms the biological
sciences movies walks
on the nature trail an eye
peers througfh a microscope lens
or carefully scrutinizes the
stamen of a lily. The heat of
bunsen burners . . . the sizzle of a
chemical reaction near ex-
plosions and unsucessful experi-
ments. Science knowledge
gained from facts methods
. . . principles.
IEFT Concentiating in chemistry lab
HEI OW Demonstrating Z1 scientific principle ..
Studying biology on the nature trail .
Mr Fred Anderson Mrs Wynona Butner Miss Burtie Carroll
Biology Chemistiy Biology
Miss Nancy- Ellis
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Mrs. Sara Frick Mr. Lowell Keel Mrs. Janice Pitts Mrs. Natalie Rogers Mr. Jimmy Wilhelm
Biology Physics Biology Biology Chemistry
Family Living Plane Geometry
Mrs. Wilma Crowe Mr. A. C. Larrimore
Algebra Modern Alegbra
Mr. Howard Pardue Mr. Robert Sims
Marketing Senior Math
Proving theorems at the board
Mr. Charles McKinney
Miss Eugenia McNew Mr. Colon Nifong
Alegbra Algebra l
Mrs. Lucille Speas
Mr. Lyell Thomas
The look of concentration on the face of the
avid algebra student . . . the maze of loga-
rithms powers and roots unknowns
a student raises his hand asks a
question the instructor explains a
Diligently seeking a correct answer
. new prin-
ciples of design Circles parallelograms
using new implements in math . . . a slide rule . . . a
compass proving theorems at the board al-
Learning new math skills . . . geometry . .
ways striving for a worthy grade.
Explanations to the Confused
Watching a fellow student demonstrate hi
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Pondering an equation
S Skill - Returning math tests
LEFT: Typing assignments
ABOVE: Business lectures
Bookkeeping classes . . .
Mr. Louie Beck Mr. Thomas Berrier Mr. Robert Burris
Distributive Typing Commercial Law
Education Bookkeeping General Business
Typewriters type noisily deft fingers transform the
dictation of an instructor into accurate shorthand .. .
strains of music accent the rhythm of an active keyboard.
Mechanizing . . . retailing . . . law . . . fundamental require-
ments for the business student. Distributive Education
students operate the book store . . . spend busy afternoons
on the job always gaining practical knowledge
knowledge to be used in the future . . . in the business world.
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Mrs. Martha Hix
Mrs. Daphne Robinson
Timed writings ..
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Mrs. Coleen Fu rehes
Mr. Benjamin Neill
Mrs. Betty Speas
Mr. George Barker
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Mr. Carlyle Chiddister
Mrs. Eleanor Hagaman
Miss Mary Maddrey
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Mrs. Mary Vance
Paint . . . glue . . . sheet music . . . a shiny trumpet.
Books are laid aside . . . knowledge is gained through
practical application. The gifted student . . . the
artist using his hands his Voice his
special love foi books. The ait room . . . a maze of
pleasant smells . . . colorful creations. The band
room -. . . resounding with haimonious melodies . . .
the beat of a drum . . . 1-2-3 . . . pause 2-3. The li-
brary hushed impressive in its solemnity
. . . yet with constant busyness . . . behind the desk
. . . in the workroom.
Department of Fine
Exhibiting special talents
to be discovered Music as a means of self-expression
Teaching hands to be creative
Literature opens a new world
Patient guidance . . .
Mr. Fred Adams
Department of Vocational
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Mr. Charles Jarvis Mrs. Nancy McCollum Mrs. Vera Penner Mr. Charles Selle
Agriculture Home Economics Home Economics Shop
Horticulture Family Livimz Agriculture
Training for future professions .
Developing V "' M i
Mrs. Eugenia Woodall
Perfecting mechanical drawing skills
Busy hands . . . skilled hands . . . being trained
for a future profession. Constructing tables . . .
applying a coat of lacquer working amid
the buzz of shop machinery. Agricultural fairs
learning about poultry forestry
fertilizers. Girls training for homemaking
bending diligently over yards of cloth . . . frown-
ing at the eye of a needle . . . the thrill of baking
a first cake. Mechanical drawing preparing
for a future in design or in architecture.
Each student uses his creativity increases
Offering constructive criticism
eporimeni of Physical Education
agonized expressions on the
faces of the weak . . . whistles
. . . rows of lockers and baskets
.. . dirty gym suits .. . a dis-
tinctive smell old tennis
shoes all denote the striv-
ing for physical excellence . . .
striving for the development
of strong bodies . . . for a feel-
ing of sportsmanship. Classes
in the Drive-O-Trainer . . . the
first time behind a wheel
the watchful eyes of the in-
structor students become
Maintaining physical fitness ..
The thrill of a first drive .
Mr. Norman Barringer
Mr. Sam Eddleman
f Mr. Junior Watson
Mr. Wilson Alexander
Miss Theresa Barbee
Mr. Gray Cartwright
Mr. Joe Rhyne
Mrs- Peggy Tucker
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Students find clubs and organizations an en-
joyable means of utilizing their talents and free
time. Participating in skits to entertain the stu-
dent body, serving the school and community
through projects, and participating in education-
al meetings and discussions are some of the at-
tractions of club membership.
Valkyries exhibit their showmanship in an assembly program
Key Clubber Charles Hauser raises the school flag.
Club members entertain at a pep rally.
Shelving books is a task undertaken by Library
SEATED: Ellen Nifong, Nancy Barber, Paula Taylor, Bruce Cooper. STANDING:
Milton McNatt. Jack Thornton.
Jerome Thomas, Edna Bryan, and Bob Gorlow
Those members of the junior class who excell
academically are recognized as Junior Marshals.
With the title, come the responsibilities of serving
at class day and graduation activities.
Hal Smith, Lana Jones, and Ricky Helsabeck. ,
Senior students maintaining a 3.4
grade average throughout their high
school career qualify to wear the
golden cord of the Honor Graduate.
These students represent our best in
academic achievement and are there-
fore honored at graduation.
SEATED: Janice Foster, and Susan Ratterree. STANDING:
Delores Armstrong. Carol Mabe, and Carolyn Moran.
Cathy Oscar, Melba Latham, Pat Smith. and Judy Rowley.
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SEATED: Carolyn Darnell, Renee Thacker, Pat Collins, Sandra Sapp, Cheryl Moore.
Kate Rogers. Frances Shelton. Linda Vestal, Susan Dicus, Carolyn Bobbitt.
Mike Terry, Grady Stone, Sam VVhiCker, Hassel Helsabeck, Kim Coburn, Phillip Wood.
Tommy VVall, Bill Russell, Steve Taylor, VVilda Cheek, Tommy Guthrie.
Journalism students Worked diligently to pub-
lish a weekly rnimeographed edition and a quar-
terly printed edition of THE NORLAND. These
publications kept students well-informed on cur-
nt happenings at North.
NEWS EDITORS: Nancy Rymill and Bonnie Moore. SPORTS EDITORS: Bob Poole and Craig Burcham.
REPORTERS: Joan Southern and Cathy Myers.
EDITORS: Teresa Adams and Judy E. Tuttle
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TYPIST: Pat Poole
EDITORIALIST: Shelley King
CLUB EDITOR: Emily Thomas
Bill Hollifield, Bob Poole,
and Charles Bombeld, Sports
Milton McNatt and Bob Gorlow, Photographers
Susan Ratterree, Club Editor. Pam Henry, Copy Editor.
Carol Mabe, Editor-in-Chief.
Our adviser is camera-shy. This space was intended
for a photograph showing her in some accustomed
action - typing, writing, proofing, reading, teaching,
laying-out a news page, or any one of a legion of
other things. She declined. And that was that. With
our adviser there is one thing you learn to be sure of
- when she says No, then No it is and that's an end
to the matter!
Those students who are given the honor
of participating in the production of a school
yearbook bear a heavy responsibility to their
fellow students. Their task is to preserve an
entire year in words and pictures. This year
was for the staff of THE CYNOSURE a
hectic maze of picture taking, typing, and
worrying. However, the persistence, determ-
ination, and efficiency of Mrs. Newman and
Editor Carol Mabe ultimately bore fruit and
THE CYNGSURE '66 was achieved.
Kay Westmoreland. Class Editor.
FIRST ROW: B. Poole, G. Stone, Mrs. Hauser, Miss Threlfall, P. Wo
N. Barber. SECOND ROW: J. Shook, G. Kiniz, F. Cline, D. Hollar,
Owen, J. Casey, D. Spear, P. Eaton, S, McNeill, B. Rogers, F. Stith,
Bleckley, J. Summers, C. Darnell, E. Griggs, B. Wriizht, R. Petty,
Marshall. THIRD ROW: A. Frick, J. Leinback, L. Covington,
Plemmons, S. Parrish. C. Davis, C. Beavers, K. Rogers, J. Pitts,
Collins, C. Campbell, L. Mc-Neill, C. Karola, E. Boyer, R. Richardson,
Thompson, P. Simmons, B. Gibson, R. Helsabeck, J. Lineha
Bob Poole, Vice-President, Nancy Barber, Secretary,
Philip Wood, Treasurer.
FOURTH ROW: B. Green, P. Smith, L. Batts, A. Wood, S. Booze,
J. Byerly, P. Hem'y, P. Flynt, V. Davis, J. Transou, R. Woodall, E.
Hutchins, J. Thomas, S. Burzuess, N. Tuttle, B. White, E. Walker, H.
Smith, D. Harrold, S. James. FIFTH ROW: M. McNatt, R. Beddingfield,
S. Southard, T. Brooks, L. Brooks, S. Wall, J. Selle, J. Booth, H. Fields,
D. Griffin, J. Pittman, A. Miller, P. Forkner, K. Coburn, N. Pardue, B.
Mills, P. Johnson, S. Combs, M. Williams, J. Wikle, J. Martin.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . . . FIRST ROW: F. Cline, B. Rogers,
R. Woodall, J. Byerly. SECOND ROW: H. Smith, J. Booth.
The Student Council, a multifaceted organization,
devotes itself primarily to the student. Council mem-
bers assist the school by sponsoring the annual
Homecoming activities and presenting a morning
devotional. A hall monitoring system and Citizen
of the Month awards to recognize outstanding stu-
dents are other activities undertaken by the organ-
ization as it seeks to promote understanding be-
tween faculty and students and to create a more
efficient school atmosphere.
Miss Threlfall, Sponsorg Grady Stone, Presidentg Mrs.
Students enjoy a pre-school Hootenany sponsored
by the Student Council.
An efficient hall-monitoring system is a major
function of the Student Council.
Executive Council inductions are held before the
entire student body.
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FIRST ROW: B. McLane, M. Page, S. Knight, M. Paschal, B. Blevins
R. Potty, A. Owens. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bowen, R. VVoodall, J. Thomas
D. Campbell, R. Helsalxeck, B. Burge, P. Kanclzer, H. Smith, B. Gibson
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Philip Wood, Secretary, Freddie Cline, Vice-Presidentg Mike Knlght
The Kappa-Tones entertain at a Key Club-sponsored show.
Key Clubbers entertain the student body at a pep rally.
The Key Club undertakes various projects
throughout the school year to benefit both school
and community and accomplish its goal of service.
Heading their docket of activities was Bundle Day,
a clothing drive sponsored by Goodwill Industries.
To raise funds for school water-coolers, the Key Club
presented a musical show featuring the S.P.E.B.'s
and Kappa-Tones, barbershop quartets, and co-spon-
sored an annual variety show, the Hi-Key Shenani-
gans. The major project undertaken by Key Club
members was a Miss North High contest in which
each club at North selected a girl to represent them.
Bonnie Moore, Key Club Sweetheart, was chosen
first runner-up by the student body vote.
Members enjoy selling concessions at ballgames.
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President Hassel Helsabeck presents a Key Club momento
to departing exchange student, Rosalina Baron.
LEFT: Ferne Stith. President. ABOVE: Judy L. Tuttle, Vice-Presi-
dent, Mrs. Walls, Sponsor.
The Anchor Club, a girls' service organization, tries
to develop initiative, leadership, fellowship, and citizen-
ship. Service to school and community is accomplished
through various projects undertaken by the club mem-
bers throughout the year. Clothing drives, aid to the
Heart Fund Campaign, and the filling of more than a
hundred Red Cross Friendship packages were among
their projects for 1965-66.
Susan Marshall, Secretaryg Melinda Cov-
Club members sell drinks at a dance sponsored by the Anchor
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Club members Susie Sfreddo and Martha Petty discuss project plans. A scrapbook of the years' events is presented to
Miss Hobbs by Anchor sisters Bonnie Moore and
FIRST ROW: J. Southern, M. Park, N. Barber, F. Stith, M. Boles, C. ROW: Mrs. Walls, J. Tuttle, M. Petty, S. Sfreddo, G. Adams, S. Marshall
IN'Iycrs. J. Bleckley. SEFOND ROW: S. Smith, J. Yeager, W. Spainhour, P. Flynt, J. Byerly, C. Yeager.
S, Hemi-ick, P. Livengood, E, Gowens, E. Bryan, M. Covington. THIRD
Tim Shouse, President.
The Hi-Yls pep rally Skit featured the burial of East.
FIRST ROWV: D. VVoavil, J. Downs, J. Shook, M. Speas, S. Hendrix, M. B. Baker, C. Lyons, S. Doss, B. Hayes, A. Ashley, S. Whicker, S. Olson
Emlwarcls, VV. Cook. SECOND ROW: C. Heath, R. Mills, J. Wikle, T. FOURTH ROW: B. Lawrence, T. Wall, R. Gizinski, P. Bruwn, G. Stone
Shuuse, L. Mankins, B. Smith, D. Bennett. THIRD ROW: T. Armstrong, C. Bumbelml, J. Harmon, J. Booth, S. Carter, Mr. Peoples.
The Hi-Y, one of the
three boys service organ-
izations at North, has
much to offer both mem-
bers and the student body.
Members give their time
to participate in work
days, to operate the con-
cessions stand at ball-
games, and to Work with
the Key Club in sponsor-
ing the Hi-Key Shenan-
igans, a variety show. The
clubls money raising pro-
jects include the selling
of car stickers and school
JOl"1I1 BOOUI, Vice-Pl'6Sid6H'C1 BIT. Peoples, S3111 Vvhicker, Secretary: Richard Gil- pennantgl
Sponsor. inski, Treasurer.
Hi-Y Sweetheart Ellen Gowens is chosen to reign as Miss
Hi-Y inductees are presented to the student body.
Members of the Hi-Y flock to theconces-
sions stand during a ballgame.
The Tri-Hi-Y is a girls' Christian service club,
sponsored by the Y.M.C.A., for high school jun-
iors and seniors Whose purpose is to maintain and
extend high standards of Christian character
throughout home, school, and community. This
year, the Tri-Hi-Y presented the school with an
American flag, did a great service by frequently
removing shattered glass from the parking lot,
and joined the Anchor Club in the "Big Sister"
project to assist sophomore girls in getting their
feet firmly on the ground and off to a good start
at North. Much time was given to the selling of
programs at football games and working in the
concessions stand during basketball games.
Dolores Armstrong, Secretaryg Janice Foster, Treasurer.
Libby McNeill is introduced as the Tri-Hi-Y's entry in i
the Miss North High contest. 1
Tri-Hi-Y members chat at
a dinner meeting.
FIRST ROW: J. Hovis, J. Hartman, S. King, M. Chappell, C. Campbell,
M. Grogan. SECOND ROW: J, Morgan, S. Cooke, S. Cardwell, J. Foster,
L. McNeill, M. Marshall, D. Hollar. THIRD ROW: Mrs. McCollum, R.
Laughter greets the antics of Tri-Hi-Y members participat-
ng in a skit.
Higgins, T. Adams, J. Tuttle, J. Howard, L. Covington, S. Harris.
FOURTH ROW: E. Walker, E. Yai-borough, B. White, K. Leinbach,
S. Gibson, S. Burgess, D, Roclgers, D. Armstrong.
Mr. Malcolm, Sponsorg Drake Joyce, President.
S.S.C. member J. C. Johnson entertains the student body.
The Senior Service Club is
a boys' service club restricted
to juniors and seniors. Under
the sponsorship of Mr. Mal-
colm, these young men work
to beautify the school, there-
by promoting pride and school
spirit. Club members com-
pleted a nature trail for the
use of biology students and
painted a sign to mark the
rear entrance of the school.
A long range project of the
club is to build a cross-country
course for North's fine ath-
Tommy Hurlocker, Chaplaing Wayne Davis, Vice-Presidentg Duncan Burt, Treasurerg
Mike White, Secretary.
Senior Service Club
FIRST ROW: D. Joyce, W. Davis, J. Johnson, M, VVhite, R. Cope, P. L. Mitchell, D. Burt, B, Snyder, P. Parrish. FOURTH ROW: J. Hunter,
Taylor. SECOND ROW: Mr, Malcolm, R. Bennett, M. Kallam, D. Tuttle, M. Tuttle, T. Hurlocker, R. Beddinfzfield, D. Calcutt, VV. Phelps, J. VVilson,
R. Tuttle, M. James, THIRD ROW: B. Cromer, T. Tucker, E. Moore, R, Mason.
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ABOVE: A mock homecoming ceremony erupts shouts of
laughter from the students at the Burlington pep rally.
LEFT: President Drake Joyce and member Richard Mason recap
the S.S.C. skit before accepting the Best Pep Rally Skit trophy.
FIRST ROW: M. Voss, S. Wall, J. Selle, S. Combs. SECOND ROW:
L. Bennett, S. Crews, L. Gentry, P. Oscar, S. Oehman, A. Newton, S.
Robertson, P. Conrad. THIRD ROW: S. Froelich, J. Cleckley, L. Batts,
L. Wright, P. West, M. Hill, S. Parrish, R. Flippin, B. Simmons.
FIRST ROW: B. Robb, S. King, D. Spear, M. Grogan, S. Rakestraw, J.
Clodfelter, G. Sunderlin, B. Wall, L. Williams, Mrs. Corriher. SECOND
ROW: J. Smith, B. McBride, S. Bowman, P. Mahe, D. Petree, C.
Cardwell, S. Henderson, L. Wallace, D. Smitherman, J. Ziglar, C. Wilson,
L. Woodle, D. Vermillion. THIRD ROW: C. Marshall, L. Whitman, L.
FOURTH ROW: S. Southarfi, G. Orrell, B. Berry, M. Shinlever, K.
McBride, B. Tedder, K. Merritt, M. Little, K. McKnight. FIFTH ROW:
P. Thacker, C. Martin, C. Ward, P. Munday, G. Burchette, J. Jones, B.
Grubbs, R. Richardson, M. Varellas, M. McGuinness, A. Ferluson, J.
Yeager, P. Henry, J. Hunter, E, Bennett, S, Spainhour, G. Wade.
FOURTH ROW: S. Boyd, N. Davey, K. McKinney, V. Gough, N. Nelson,
L. Jones, K. Westmoreland, L. Helsabeck, N. Smithdeal, D. Campbell, B.
Pugh, M. Rogers, L. Austin, S. Petree.
Sponsors: Mrs. Corriher, Mrs. McClaren, Mrs. Hix, Mrs.
SEATED: J. Yeager, Jr. Vice-Presidentg C. Cardwell, Jr. President,
S. Sessoms, Sr. President: K. Merritt, Soph. President, N. Rymill, Sr.
Vice-President. STANDING: N. Nelson, .Ir. Secretary: M. Speas, Sr.
Treasurer: K. Westmoreland, Jr, Treasurer: A. Ferguson, ICC Representa-
tiveg S. Owen, Assistant Sr. Secretary, J. Hovis, Sr. Secretary.
Large membership participation achieves sucess
for the Y-Teens in promoting Christian fellowship
with better understanding and co-operation among
all girls in the school. Members served refreshments
at P.T.A. meetings, and sponsored Twirp lVeek to
provide funds for a school concessions stand.
FIRST ROW: M. Stone, J. Hovis, S. Cooke, M. Mabe, B. Horne, J. Harper, Rymill. S. Owen, L. Cooper, B. Spauzh, N. Riley, S. Carter, M. McKinney.
W. New. SECOND ROW: L. Day, E. Bell, K. Rogers, C. Beavers, K. FOURTH ROW: S. Sessoms, P. Smith, E. Thomas, S. Dicus, W. Cheek
Surratt, S. Marlin, S. Harmon, M. Gough. THIRD ROW: L. Johnson, N. M. Speas, C. Pike, K. Huste, R. Blakley. ,
With this year's addition of new
shelves and new books, Library Club
members used special efficiency in per-
forming their staff jobs. Devoting an
hour or more each day to work in the
library enables the members to familiar-
ize themselves with library procedure.
Special activities of the club included
sponsorship of the annual Book Week
and a Library Prom.
Librarian Mrs. Hagaman works closely with
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FIRST ROW: Glenda Dalton, Chaplain: Pam Henry, Vice-President: Melba Latham,
President. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hagaman, Sponsor: Betty Robertson, Reporter: Jim
Wikle, Treasurer, Chi-Chi Ziglar, Secretary, Mrs. Vance, Sponsor.
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FIRST ROW: D. Jone., C. gers, C. y, . g, . ', . , . .
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hagaman, K. Hicks, C, Wilson, P. Bonner, S. Southern, C. Marshall,
M. Sapp, V. Leftwich, C. Darnell, THIRD ROW: S. Manning, M, Newsome, N. Pardue,
D. Parrish, P, Henry, K. Westmoreland, N. Lane, M. Latham, B. Robertson, C. Ziglar,
A. Stafford. FOURTH ROW: D. Mayberry, D. Thigpen, P. Forkner, M. Stewart, M.
Tuttle, B. Lawrence, J. Wikle, S. Bolejack, R. Holbrook, G. Aust, Mrs. Vance.
FVRST ROW: M. Lee, D. Lynch, J. Hauser, A. Ferguson, H. Harper, M, THIRD ROVV: Miss Maddrey, M. Littel, L, Parks, B. Raker, S. YVenther-
Fulton, C. Miller. SECOND ROW: K. Huste, K. Reagan, P. Olmstead, ford, M. Causby, M. Nail, J. Jenkins, C. Bombeld, K. Stewart.
L. Wallace, S. Marlin, L. Pascal, S. Harmon, V, Bohland, K. McKnight.
President Charles Bombeld concentrates on a
FIRST ROW: Dawn Lynch, Vice-President: Charles Bombeld. President: Miss
Maddrey, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Sanrlra Harmon, Treasurer: Marlene Causby,
Scrapbook Chairman 3 Ellen Ebert, Secretary.
Art Clubbers are constantly serving the school by giving
of their time and talent. Homecoming decorations, props
for the dramatics productions, and hall decorations at
Christmas are the result of skillful members willing service.
A scrapbook containing drawings to illustrate the school
year and an original print will be given to the school by the
Art Club at the conclusion of the year.
ABOVE: Alice Frick, Secretary-Treasurerg Miss Royster, Sponsorg John
Herke, President. RIGHT:
Members of the National Forensic League, formerly
known as the Debate and Discussion Society, must ac-
cumulate tvventy-five hours of public speaking to ach-
ieve membership in this organization. This year
Leaguers have taken part in various debates and
speech contests. Both the affirmative and negative
teams have received high ratings of achievement.
Alice Frick practices to develop debating tech
FIRST ROW: C. Moran, D. Lynch, L. Cooper, Miss Royster. SECOND ROW: J. Herke,
A. Frick, H. Smith, G. Long, K. Coburn.
The Dramatics Department of North is small
number but not in talent! By participating in the Wake
Forest Speech Festival and returning with several
certificates of merit, their skill as tragedians has been
enlarged. They have endeavored to perfect their own
techniques by attending theatrical productions in the
area. The Dramatics students are also largely respon-
sible for the annual school play which is presented in
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Dramatics students Judy Lynn Tuttle and Sid Chadwick interpret a
Dramatics students study pro-
per techniuues of character
Anne Moorefield portrays a character bent
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ABOVE' French Club Officers: P. Smith, Vice-President: L. Vestal, Secretary: J
Coone, Treasurer. Spanish Club Officers: L. Robertson, Secretary: L. Brown, Treasurer:
S. Southern, Chaplain.
BELOW: Spanish Club: Miss Teague, Sponsor: Linda Kiger, President.
FRENCH CLUB:-FIRST ROW: Miss Huggins, S. Cooke, B. Duval, G, Frick, P,
Thompson, B. Anderson, G. Sunderlin, L. Cooper, Mrs. Corriher. SECOND Hollifield,
ROW: B. Gorlow, K. Surratt, E. Bryan, A. Morefield, J. Rowley, A. Whicker,
FRENCH CLUB: Miss Huggins, Sponsor: Sam
Whicker, President: Mrs. Corriher, Sponsor.
Smith, A. Stafford, L. Vestal. THIRD ROW: J. Coone, B.
D. Weavil, B. Johnson, B. McCuiston, L. Austin, M. Smith, S.
FIRST ROW: H. Vestal, D. Jones, B. Nichols, L. Brown, M. Lee. THIRD ROW: D. Mayberry, J. Kimball, J. Montgomery, C. Olsen, L
SECOND ROW: Miss Teague, C. Davis, L. Kiger, N. Riley, C. Jones. Robertson.
Members of the French and
Spanish Clubs go beyond their
classroom studies to exchange
ideas and to experience a differ-
ent level of culture not found in
daily life. This year the French
Club helped prepare the decora-
tions for Homecoming which
followed the French theme "Gigi",
and sponsored a French Week.
Spanish Club members Worked
closely with our South American
exchange student, Rosalina Baron,
to make her visit as enjoyable
Rosalina Baron, Spanish foreign exchange student, partici-
pates in language club skit.
Brian Johnson, Vlce Presldent Stan Olson Chairman of Program Com
mittee, Alice Frick Secretary
Generating enthus1asm in the Wide world of pOl1lL1CS, inter
national espionage, outer space, famous pe1sonal1t1es, and life
in any way shape, oi form 1S the pi 1me objective of the Con
tempolaly Problems Club In weekly meetings the members
listen to outstandmg speakeis flom citv, communitw, and
school Student ODIHIOH polls ale Conducted bv the club mem
President, Mrs. Clifford, Sponsoi bers several times during the school year
Mrs. Zimmerman, Sponsor, Scott Graham,
Contemporary Problems Club
FIRST ROW: L. Cooper. A. Frick, C. Moran, J. Rowley, S. Conrad, M. THIRD ROW: C. Hord, M. Jenson, S. Whicker, S. Olson, C. Bombeld,
Lee S. Cooke. SECOND ROW: S. Owen, E. Bell, A. Stafford, K. T. Wall, M. Smith, S. Graham, B. Johnson, B. Rake:
Sui-ratt K. Coburn W. Cheek D. Lynch, N. Smithdeal, Mrs. Clifford
FIRST ROW: S. Wood, K. Marsh, C. Hiatt, D. Griffin, Miss Teague. hour, D. Hutchins, S. Owen, S. Southern. FOURTH ROW N Paidue L
SECOND ROW: C. Miller, P. Brannock, P. Bonner, S. Whisenhunt, C. Vestal, B. Grubbs, J. Issaacs, W. Cook, J. Coone D Mayberry P
Rogers, C. Findley, J. Boyer, F. Ratledge, N. Speas. THIRD ROW: Hinchei , S. Petree.
B. Mankins, M. Haines, E. Thomas, M. Moore, D. Darnell, W. Spain-
Youfh For Christ Club
QUIZ TEAM . . . FIRST ROW: J. Boyer, S. Southern, P. I-Iincher, C. Marsh. SECOND ROW:
W. Cook, J. Coone, S. Wood, S. Owen.
OFFICERS . . . RIGI-IT: D. Griffin, Chaplaing S. Wood, President: J. Coone, Secretary:
Miss Teague, Sponsorp K. Marsh, 1st Vice-President: V. Leftwich, 2nd Vice-President, C.
The Youth for Christ seeks to inspire its members to stronger
Christian unity. The purpose of the club is to emphasize to all stu-
dents the importance of maintaining Christian principles and fel-
lowship in school life. The club sponsors the North High Quiz
Team which competes in the Bible Quiz with the various other
Youth for Christ Clubs in our system.
FIRST ROW: B. McBride, A. Cain, L. Miller, D. Sprinkle, G. Lounsbury. SECOND ROW: S. Shoaf,
B. Long, M. Mabe.
Formed through inter-
est in the world of com-
merce, the Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America
seeks to reveal to its
members the possibilities
of a profession in the
Future Business Leaders of America
The Science Club, spon-
sored by the Science De-
partment, meets to in-
crease its member's knowl-
edge, skill, and apprecia-
tion of the fields of sci-
ence and engineering. The
club sponsors the March
Science Fair. Winners in
the North Science Fair
are eligible to compete
for district, state, and na-
tional honors. Officers
are: Tommy Guthrie,
President, Chris Hord,
Vice-President, and Brian
SEATED: C. Hord, T. Gutherie, S. Weatherford, S. Simmons
S. Graham, B. Russell, S. Lowry, Miss Carroll,
. STANDING: Miss Ellis, B. Johnson,
The Distributive Educ-
ation Club operates for
the purpose of familiariz-
ing its members with pro-
cedures and techniques
characteristic of the busi-
ness world. Members at-
tend a district and nation-
al meeting each year to
discuss problems pertin-
ent to all participating or-
ganizations. Officers are:
Kenneth Burnette, Presi-
dent, Mike Stewart, As-
sociate President, Brenda
Smith, Secretaryg Susan
FIRST ROW: L. West, P. Roy, L. Stanley, D. Johnson, D. Martin, K. Burnett, M. Stewart, S.
Crutchfield, B. Smith, R. Watson, P. Blankenship, V. Pittman. SECOND ROW: M. Gill, S. Wall, D.
Martin, D. Kiser, S. Hamlin, C. Gilley, K. Rush, J. Crews. I. Ashby, C. Bassetti, L. Utt. THIRD ROW:
D. Severt, M. Tuttle, R. Reavis, L. Brewer, C, Calhoun, L, Murphy, T. Canter, D. Gibson, S. Short, B.
Griffin, P. Cornatzer, B. Darnell, J. Smith. FOURTH ROW: T. Adams, B. Clemens, J. Burton, J.
gang, Fishel, R. Caudle, F. Bryan, R. Sneed, T. Guy, F. Hoyle, J. Boyer, K. Denzarn, S. Fine,
Distributive Education Clubs of America
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America
FIRST ROW: D. Whicker. P. Smitherman, W. Vaughn, S. Thomas, D. Brookshire, B. Hutchins.
SECOND ROW: B. Bodenhamer, A. White, P. Stewart, M. Anderson, F. McKnight, K. McGee, H. Grubbs,
T. Rominger. THIRD ROW: C. Wall, J. Armstrong, D. Phelps, T. Purvis, D. Tritt, J. Price, L.
Moser, Mr. Neill.
The objectives of the
V.I.C.A. are to prepare
members for the world of
business and for the task
of successful citizenship.
To highlight the year's
achievements, an employ-
er-employee banquet was
held, and a float was
created for the Christmas
Parade. The V.I.C.A. also
took an active role in the
March of Dimes. Officers
are: Phil Smitherman,
Presidentg Wayne Vau-
ghn, Vice-Presidentg Sha-
ron Thomas, Secretaryg
and Debbie Brookshire,
Students interested in
agriculture or any of its
phases find membership
in the F. F. A. an asset
in learning and developing
a Wide variety of skills.
Beautification of our
school grounds is the im-
mediate service project of
the Future Farmers of
America. The club mem-
bers also participate in
many state Wide contests.
Officers are: Earl Brant-
ley, Presidentg Nolan
B o W e n, Vice-Presidentg
Stuart Bowen, Secretary,
and Woody Merritt, Trea-
FIRST ROW: E. Brantley, W. Merritt, S. Bowen, D. Lounsbury, D. Carriker. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Ja' ' E. H K. St 't K. S t J. F '. THIRD ROW: L. M' hll S. T l B
xvis, anis, ewax , co t, ostei xtc e , utt e, .
Bodenhammer, D. Wall, J. Blackburn, S. Southern, H. Petree, J. Shouse, J. Tolley, Mr. Selle.
FOURTH ROW: D. Bickley, D. Grubbs, P. Crowe, L. Hicks, J. Long, R. Styers, M. McGill, G.
Hendrix, M. Doub, P, Pennington.
Future Farmers of America
Future Homemclkers of America
FIRST ROW: J. Bowers, S. Roush, J. Sechrist, M. Rogers. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Woodall, S. Boles, B.
Johnson, S. Dawson, L. Parrish, Mrs. Penner. THIRD ROW: S. Chambers, J. Casey, P. Shore, N.
Isenhour, P. Johnson, L. Wallace, D. Baumgardner. FOURTH ROW: G. Aust. C. Wilson, B. Wooten, G.
Cleary, K. Schuyler, V. Hester, L. Howell.
The aims of the Future
Homemakers of America
are to Work for a good
home and family life, to
provide wholesome re-
creation, and to promote
interest in the ever-ex-
panding field of home
economics. Annual pro-
jects of the club include
National F. H. A. Week
and the district rally and
state convention held in
Raleigh. Officers are:
Jean Bowers, President,
Sarah Roush, Vice-Presi-
dentg Jeanette Secrest,
Secretary 3 and Martha
FIRST ROW: L. Vestal, F. Shelton, D. Hooker, J. Hovis, G. Dalton, B. Anderson. SECOND ROW:
M. Stone, S. Sapp, H. Vestal, M, Fulton, T. Logan. THIRD ROW: S. Marlin, P. Smith, D. Holcomb, G.
Samuels, P. West, F. Walker, K. Huste.
The Pro Humanite Or-
ganization is a health club
designed to promote voca-
tions concerned with var-
ious phases of health and
to foster a greater appre-
ciation for these careers.
The P. H. O. assumes the
maintenance of the First
Aid Room and furnishes
supplies to maintain it by
funds raised at bake and
doughnut sales. Officers
are: Jean Hovis, Presi-
dentg Linda Vestal, Vice-
Presidentg Donna Hooker,
Secretaryg and Frances
Pro Humanite Organization
Photographic Arts Society
The North High Photo-
graphic Arts Society seeks
to broaden each member's
knowledge of, interest in,
and appreciation for good
photography. The club
renders photographic ser-
vices to school publica-
tions. Officers are: Milton
McNatt, Presidentg Bob
and Bob Gorlow, Secre-
FIRST ROW: Mr. Anderson, B. Gorlow, M. McNatt, B. Brothers, H. Birdsong, R. Simmons. SECOND
ROW: J. Hall, S. Poindexter, D. Lounsbury, M. Sturms, S. Lowry, J, Scott, M. Hendrix.
Milf' We ,L,A
FIRST ROW: L. Clayton, M. Park, B. Rogers, E. Gowens. SECOND
ROW: V. Roy, J. Southern, F. Latham, W. Spainhour, G, Orrell, P.
Livengood, H. Boger, P. Simmons, L. Wright, J. Fleming, L. Gentry, S.
McNeill. THIRD ROW: D. Gilley, D. Cox, W. Barr, J. Carter, B.
Horne, S, Callahan, B, Nichols, J, Morgan, B. Helsabeck, A. Biannucci,
C. Davis, K. Saunders, A. Newton, S. Terry, S. Smith. FOURTH ROW:
B. Hussey, C. Jones, C. Davis, S. Helsabeck, S. Holt, B, Anderson, S.
Fulton, P. Eaton, J. Strupe, S. Cardwell, IS. Wright, S. Rakestraw, D.
Mrs. Blackburn, Sponsor, Annette Biannuci, President.
Caudle, C. Wray, P. West, S. Robertson, S. Landingham. FIFTH ROW.
N. Reavis, B. Wooten, C. Wilson, G. Greer, D. Darnell, N. Faircloth, L
Miller, Il, Chambers, M. Shinleve1', P. Munday, J. Cleckley, D. Caurlle
B. Berry, G. Burchette, W. Spainhour, L. Brown. SIXTH ROW:
J, Dow, F, Wilson, G. Samuels, L. Frazier, A. Sprinkle, R. Sheilds
F. VValkcr, D. Hooker, P. Norris, J. Johnson, V. Corns, B, Shermer, L
Brooks, K. McKinney, N. Davey, J. Isaacs, J. Pittman.
ABOVE: J. Pittman, Vice-President, S. Cardwell, Treasurer,
N. Brown, Secretary. BELOW: Pep Club members boost
spirit with colorful hall decorations.
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North High is well known for its outstanding
brand of sportsmanship and school spirit. The
Pep Club is one good reason for this distinction.
Pep Club members Work hard publicizing games,
organizing peppery pep rallies, or making plans
for victory celebrations. Projects of the Pep Club
include the selection of the Victory Leaders of
the Month, who are chosen because of their out-
standing school spirit, and sponsorship of a
talent assembly. A Victory Dance, which was
presided over by a King and Queen chosen from
the Victory Leaders, capped the year's activities.
Barbara Wright, Card Section Chairman.
Benny Norris, Program Chairman.
Brenda Helsabeck, Bulletin Board Chairman, Joan
Strupe, Skit Chairman.
Kittie McKinney and Nancy Davey, Poster Chairmen
BOYS' MONOGRAM CLUB
Boys' Monogram Club
Mike Knight, Presidentp Mr. Alexander, Sponsor
Members of the Boys' Monogram Club try to
promote excellence in athletic achievement. Club
members have worked diligently at raising
money for ping-pong tables to be used by the
students. From doughnut sales, car washes, and
general contribution of funds these boys hope to
complete this and other projects for the year.
Tim Duff, Vice-Presidentg Keith Sechrist, Secretary-
Girls' Athletic Associotion
LEFT: Brenda Trexler, Presidentg Judy Dickerson, Vice-Presidentg
Sarah Carson, Secretaryg Becky Berry, Treasurer. ABOVE: Miss
Barbee and Mrs. Tucker, Sponsors.
The Girls' Athletics Association consolidated with the
Girls' Monogram Club to offer to interested girls a means
of participation in a wide field of both individual and group
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Craig Snow, DRUM MAJOR MAJORETTES and COLOR GUARD
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FIRST ROW: L. Grubbs, C. Gordon, S. Nifong, J. Blair. SECOND ROW: S. Petree, V. Corn, B. Hinkle, S. Styers, D. Owens, D, Conrad, T, Weavil
R. Fulk, M. Stanley, W. Helsabeck, B. Randleman. THIRD ROW: J. Snyder, T. Yarborough, B. Brothers, T. Weavil, S. Harvey, F. Pelligrini
M. Newsome, E. Nifong, C. Davis, D. Jarvis, K. Ogburn, J. Scott, J. L. Wall, B. Green, S. Johnson, E. Powell, M. Hendrix, M. McNatt, L
Gray, J. Penn, B. Correll, B. Newsome, G. Calloway, H. Birdsong, R.
Armes, C. Snow. FOURTH ROW: S. Poindexter, R. B1'own, P. Speas.
The North Forsyth Marching Band
is ever-increasing in size and talent.
Under the direction of band director,
Carlyle Chiddister, and drum major,
Craig Snow, band members paced
through a variety of colorful half-
time shows. Parade performances
and a trip to Appalachian State
Teachers College to take part in the
homecoming festivities highlighted
the year's activities. Members of the
Color Guard and the Majorettes,
Sarah Nifong, Janet Blair, and
Shirley Bell, were incorporated with
the band in all performances. Mem-
bers of the Marching Band also
formed a Pep Band to boost school
spirit at pep rallies and games. A
Concert Band was formed at the con-
clusion of football season. The band
toured many county junior high
schools to present musical programs
to prospective high school students.
Shelton, S. Miller, P. Hooker, D. Griffin, Mr. Chiddister, Director.
Band Director, Mr. Chiddister, conducts the Pep Band at a pep rally
Linebach. FIFTH ROW: D. Hutchins, M. Haines, C. Marsh, S. Cox, J.
Some band students
who possess exceptional
talent and interest in mu-
sic are selected as mem-
bers of the school stage
band, the "Starlighters."
This band creates a ro-
mantic mood at proms
and dances through its
melodious form of music
and the showmanship of
its musicians. The stage
band is under the direc-
tion of Mr. Chiddister.
The Marching Vikings present another
spectacular halftime show.
Saxophone player Bobby Correll performs with
the pep band.
FIRST ROW: C. Marsh, D. Jarvis, M. Newsome, C. Davis, R. Fulk, E. D. Owens, H. Gough, E. Powell. THIRD ROW: L. Leinback, M. Hend-
Nifong, M. Stanley, B. Correll. SECOND ROW: M. Haines, S. Styers, dx-ix, C. Snow, M. McNatt.
The choral groups greatly expanded
this year to encompass a larger member-
ship. The Boys' Chorus and Girls' Chorus
serve to train the student, while the
Mixed Chorus is the main performing
group. Choral programs this year in-
cluded an assembly, performances at
various schools, and a spring concert.
FIRST ROW: D. Smitherman, S. Booze. D. Willeford, J
Pitts, R. Craft, P. Evans, C. Cardwell, C. Beavers, D
Saunders, M. Marshall.
The Valkyries of 1965-66 have won fame for
themselves and their school. Under the skillful
leadership of competent sponsors, Mrs. Clifford
and Miss Huggins, and band director, Mr.
Chiddister, these dancing girls entranced au-
diences throughout the city and its environs.
Valkyrie members paced skillfully through
routines which they named GOLDFINGER,
BABY ELEPHANT WALK, and SWEET
GEORGIA BROWN amid glaring stadium
lights and wild cheers. A special request per-
formance for the homecoming festivities at
Appalachian State Teacherls College and na-
tional recognition in a full color picture article
for Friends magazine highlighted the second
year of the Valkyries existence. An assembly
of talent and a review of the year's perfor-
mances concluded the year's activities for the
B Robb S Cardwell V Rutledge R Thacker M Przddy T. Johnson, S. Roush, P.
Collins L McNeill J Foster P Baugess C Myers M Grogan, D. Eisenhower, P.
Clayton B Taylol D Petree C Carter P Gordon
SECOND ROW: J, Tuttle, M, Petty, L. Covington, A. Cates, S. Atkins, Valkyllles use Colorful flags as props durlng a halftlme
s. Baker, N. Riley, E. Bell, T. Bar-1-eu. A. Morefield. performance.
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Christmas parade. BELOW: A basketball game performance
culminates a successful Valkyrie season.
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FIRST ROW: S. Dicus, K. Leinback, D. Rogers, G. Adams, L. Jones, M. Gordon, J.
Latham, D. Campbell, A. Stafford, J, Caudle, D. Dalton, M. Brown. Helsabeck.
SECOND ROW: D. Chambers, S. Sfreddo, S. Marshall, T. Rose, S.
Lineback, S. Henderson, J. Boyer, N. Nelson, C. Pike, L.
Sheila Queen, Secretary-Treasurer, Tim Shouse, Reporterg
Freddie Woiteneck, President.
A student is returned home safely after a day at school.
The Bus Driver's Club does not refer to itself
as a service club, yet the members probably
render, with regularity and efficiency, the most
important service at North: getting the stu-
dents to and from school on time. The club's
goals are the promotion of the safety of the
children who ride, the reduction of accidents
and improvement of the standards of cleanliness.
Bus Drivers' Club
FIRST ROW: R, Austin, S. VVood, V. Tuttle, J. Johnson, S. Keiger, C.
Kiyzer, T. Anders, T. Shouse, J. Portcrfielri G. Eddins, S. Queen, C.
Douh, N. Beeson, D. Griggs, T. Benge, L. Haynes, S. Jones. SECOND
ROW: J. White, E. Blackburn, B. Kreeger, D. Cates, D. Grubbs, R.
Plemmons, D. Oehman, R. Helsabeck, W. Dodson, T, Riddle, I. Holloway,
J. Hines, B. Wood, O. Jones, G. Settle, J. Lineback. THIRD ROW:
M. Nail, B. Ingram, J. Walton, R. Mayes, J. Morris, R, Flynt, F.
Woiteneck, P. Pennington, L. Vernon, A. Abbot, J. Burbage, J. Whisen-
hunt, M. Simmons, W. Hudler, D. Marshall, R. Chisholm, B. Lentz, S.
Matlock, C. Styers. FOURTH ROW: B. Banner, P. Crowe, R. Livengood,
T. Hardin, T. Bowen, G. Hicks, J. Boyer, B. Lawrence, J. Long, J. Bell,
D. Griffin, B, Snyder, R. Horton, J. Booth, G. Smith, D. Culler, B,
Nicks, L. Matlock, H. Gough, G. Calloway.
FIRST ROW: N. Riley, L. Winebarfzer, M. Maines, S. Owens, B, Moore. SECOND ROW: M. Priddy,
P. Livengood, J. Hartman, L. Denny, P. Collins, J. Bleckley, M. Mabe, M. McKinney. THIRD ROW:
G. Adams, S. Harmon, K. Coburn, Mr, Malcolm, M. Petty, S. Sessoms, S. Atkins.
The Cafeteria Staff is
responsible for the feed-
ing of hundreds of people
each day. With patience
and skill they prepare a
wide variety of meals to
thwart the appetites of
hordes of famished stu-
Some members of the
student body relinquish
their study hall each day
to work with the guidance
department and the secre-
tarial staff. Answering
calls, making announce-
ments, sorting mail, and
typing various forms and
stencils make the office
worker's job a full, but
FIRST ROVV: V. Davis, S. Winebarger, P. Ketner, L. Grubbs, M. Hauser, J. Wilkins, S, Lawson, P.
Mecum, J, Presswood. SECOND ROW: J. Randleman, B. Rachel. E. Grubbs, V. Walker, B. Muse,
C. Killer, A. Heedham. THIRD ROW: C. Melton, O. Evans.
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to keep North looking spotless after the
devastation wrought each day by 1,800
often careless students. With friendly
smiles and unceasing efforts, the cus-
todians accomplish their tasks With ef-
ficiency and skill.
Henry Amos and Alfred Sherrill
Coach Gray Cartwrightg J. V. Football, Varsity Basketball.
Coach Howard Pardueg Tennis, Varsity Basketball.
Coach Wilson Alexanderg Varsity Football
ABOVE: Coach Joe Rhyneg Track and Field. RIGHT: Coach
Norman Barringerg Baseball.
Learning what to do, how to do it, and
when to do it is most important in most
fields, especially athletics. The coaches
at North are responsible for bringing out
skills and characteristics synonymous
with quality athletics. Through many
hours of patience and skill, the Viking
coaching staff molded its raw recruits
into smoothly functioning varsity and
junior varsity teams.
Coach Colon Nifongg Athletic Director, Golf.
Coach A. C. Larrimoreg Wrestling.
Beginning their third season at
North, the Vikings proved them-
selves confident and worthy repre-
sentatives of North. Captain Mike
Knight led the Viking squad with
true distinction, always striving to
attain excellence in football and
sportsmanship. When the Vikings
played, they played hard - and
never could any individual say that
the members of the squad were
unworthy representatives of North '
High School. The football field was i
not only a place for physical de-
velopment, but as the players
worked together, each gained
standards and ideals that charac-
terize the strong.
TEAM CAPTAINS: Keith Sechrist, Co-Captain, Mike Knight, Captaing Jerry
FIRST ROW: H. Fields, T. Duff, R. Rockett, B. Page, L. J. Pittman, J. Booth, J. Wikle, D. Bennett, M. White, W.
Thompson, K. Sechrist, M. Knight, J. Messick, B. Persiani, Head, H. Hauser, C. Lyons, J. Speas, A. Southard, B. Hayes,
S. Doss, S. Boyles, J. Tolley, D. Grubbs, B. Dickerson, L. S. Tomlinson, M. Brock. THIRD ROW: T. Thacker, K. James,
Wright, J. Wilson. SECOND ROW: J. Davis, T. Armstring, G. Moorefield, R. Cope, C. Sharpe, M. Page, R. Gizinski,
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Campbell, T. Shelton, M. Lawson.
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NORTH VS. PARKLAND
The Parkland Mustangs ran a single wing formation in the opening
game of the season to defeat North, 27-0.
NORTH VS. WEST FORSYTH
The teams stood each other off in the fourth quarter of a great
defensive battle. Mike Knight spearheaded an eight-play drive on
which North Went across the goal to victory, 7-6.
NORTH VS. PAGE
The Vikings scored on an aerial from Mike Knight to Ronnie
Rockett in the early minutes of the game, and clinched it with another
touchdown in the fourth quarter to win, 14-6.
NORTH VS. REYNOLDS
Late in the fourth quarter the Vikings rallied to score on a re-
covered fumble. Don Grubbs then booted an 18-yard field goal,
bringing the score to what it was at the final buzzer, North 10 -
NORTH VS. EAST FORSYTH
Keith Sechrist scored a Viking touchdown on a 64-yard runback
from an intercepted Eagle aerial, and Don Grubbs later made good a
dramatic 35-yard field goal. However, the Eagles scored two touch-
downs in the final four minutes to win, 13-10.
NORTH VS. LEXINGTON
Tim Duff scored for the Vikings when he recovered a Lexington
fumble, but Lexington's powerful offense broke the game open in
the second period and defeated North, 32-14.
NORTH VS. BURLINGTON
Central 4-A Conference Champions, Burlington Williams, defeated
the stubborn North squad on three touchdowns. The Bulldogs drove
steadily against the Vikings, handing them a defeat for Homecoming.
The final score, Burlington-20, North-0.
NORTH VS. HIGH POINT
The Vikings were unable to warm-up against the Black Bisons'
strong passing offense, and were handed a 38-0 defeat.
NORTH VS. GRIMSLEY
Grimsley ran and passed well against a stubborn Viking defense.
North player Mike Lawson highlighted the Viking performance with
a dramatic kick-off runback to the Grimsley 41-yard line that re-
sulted in a touchdown. The final score, North-20, Grimsley-27.
NORTH VS. SALISBURY
Mike Knight bombed splint end Ronnie Rockett with consecutive
touchdown passes to defeat a sluggish Salisbury 27-7.
Players pile up after a touchdown.
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referees . . . looks of despair . . . and disappoint- N s J fi Q w
ment . . . looks of exultation . . . the roar from
the stands . . . cheerleaders leaping high . . .
crisp fall air carrying the strains of the Alma
Mater across the lined field . . . victories . . .
and defeats. Such is football . . . an experience
to be remembered forever . . . by both partici-
pant and spectator.
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Opponents reach high to block a North field goal attempt.
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Senior Larry Thompson evades a defensive player.
The referee declares the ball dead.
Tension runs high in the final minutes of a game.
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FIRST ROW: T. Thompson, S. Knight, K. Kiser, R. Hamby, Crews, D. Weatherford, W. Liner, T. Yarborough. FOURTH
M. Crews, B. Young, K. Dillard. SECOND ROW: Mr. Burris, ROW: J. Johnson, C. Priddy, D. Minter, G. Moorefield, F
A. Snead, W. Hall, B. MacLane, S. Madison, D. Clark, B. Hanner, G. Newman, K. Creeson.
Myers. THIRD ROW: S. Veneble, E. Allen, M. Carter, S.
Junior Vorsity Football
Coach Cartwright, assisted by Mr. Burris, worked
with the Junior Varsity football squad this year.
The Baby Vikings had a winning season, finishing
with a 5-4 record. Captains were alternated from
week to week, according to the individual perfor-
mances of the players during practice sessions. The
Vikings exhibited excellent sportsmanship and de-
veloped individual and team skills. They received
experience that will be helpful in making them
assets to future Viking teams. The high mark of
the J. V. season came when they defeated East, 7-6.
J. V. football coach, Gray Cartwright, urges student sup
port of the team.
Coach Gray Cartwright's Vikings entered the
Central 4-A Conference for the first time this
year. Although the North High cagers were slow
in jelling under the pressure of their first few
games, they soon learned to work together,
picking up speed and talent as the season
reached the halfway point. It was then that the
Vikings began to demonstrate that aggressive
and seasoned play that made North one of the
top defensive teams in the conference. Many a
rival of the Vikings shattered offensively under
the precision defensive patterns that the Vik-
ings demonstrated against those rivals. North
boasted a good bench throughout the season.
Spectators could usually guess three of the
starting five before a game, but very few could
predict all five starters. Versatility became a
characteristic of the Viking squad.
Captain Danny Tuttle dribbles the ball down the court
FIRST ROW: Coach Pardue, K. Sechrist, B. Smith, J. Thorn- B. Tuttle, T. Darnell, D. Tuttle, M. Purdue, B. Setser, K.
ton, R. Jenkins, D. Tuttle, G. Grubbs, B. Persiani, J. Minter, Campbell, D. Marshall, S. Meade, D. Griffin.
Coach Cartwright. SECOND ROW: J. Harmon, R. Rockett,
The starting players are announced amid Viking
Players tensely watch the outcome of the game.
Cartwright signals a play to his team.
A North player passes the ball to a teammate.
Senior Danny Marshall .struggles under the backboard for a
Senior Ronnie Rockett shoots over an opponent.
A loose ball catches players unaware.
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A conscientious Viking breaks away for a fast lay-up.
Kent Campbell is undaunted by his opponents'
A vivtory is greeted with many conprratulations.
Ronnie Rockett tries to outiump a Reynolds playel
Teammates show concern over an injured playel
An aerial View shows action on the hardwood floor. Ronnie Jenkins drives past Chuck Swannack to score.
The teams make a blazing entrance . . .
balls transverse the hardwood court . . . the
striped shirts of the officials flash by . . .
shrill whistles sound . . . There are fouls
. . . free throws . . . spectacular long shots
. . . the gasps of excited viewers . . . the
rapid passing of precious seconds. The sights
and sounds of basketball . . . all are im-
printed on the minds of the beholders.
Teams concentrate on retrieving the ball.
Coach Cartwright gives
terse instructions to his
players during a break in
a rugged game.
FIRST ROW J Stit B Young M Miller B Ratterree S Carter, R. Levy, K. Weaver, S. Crews, J. Rockett, H, Morris
Knight B Satteifield R Styers T Thompson D Smith Mr. Burris.
Junior Varsity Basketball
The Junior Varsity Basketball team, under the
able instruction of Mr. Burris and Mr. Royster,
played well throughout the season. J.V. cagers were
aggressive offensively and defensively, playing
balanced and precision ball. Gary Moorefield and
Sonny Carter were standouts on the Viking Court.
Excitement mounts as fans await the fate of the ball.
FIRST ROW P Bowden D Jeffreys N Faircloth L Boyles C. Hutchins, B. Berry, E. Livengood, V. Flynt, J.
Anderson L Fraviei V Marshall C Burgess J Dickerson Transou J. Ring, F. Gant, S. Flynt.
Girls Sports BASKETBALL,
Girls' Sports at North changed a bit this
year. All activities in which the girls parti-
cipated were sponsored by the Girls' Athletic
Association. Miss Barbee and Mrs. Tucker
led and coached the girls in various sports,
including soccer, volleyball, basketball, and
softball. The girls at North enjoyed parti-
cipating in athletic games and growing in
athletic ability, along With other girls from
all over the school system.
FIRST ROW: S. Marshall, D. Jeffreys, C. Burgess, D. Hutchins, S. Flynt, K. Buchanan, B. Shermer, C. Boyles, F.
Schiepers, C. Mathis, G. Petree, J. Roberts, D. Gilley, J. Gant.
Dickerson. SECOND ROW: J. Transou, B. Trexler, C.
SOFTBALL, VOLLYBALL, SOCCER
FIRST ROVV: A. Tuttle, B. Walker, L. Pascal, L. Anderson, Sellers, P. Munday, E. Livengood, V. Marshall, R. McClellan.
B. Berry, C. Findley, V. Styers, V. Speranza, W. Hill. THIRD ROW: F. Gant, B. Kiger, J. Ring, B. Moore, M.
SECOND ROW: J. Hill, C. Puce, S. Holt, B. Jones, A. Mitchell, L. Frazier, M. Bombed, P. West, T. Johnson.
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KNEELING: J. Austin, J. Veit, R. Gizinski, S. Boyles, M
Knight, S. Graham, J. Crotts, F. Gordon, W. Dufour, O. Jones
P. Wood, T. Thompson, G. Young, D. Minter. STANDING
Steve Hendrix lingers in the air as he clears a hurdle.
Coach Rhyne, R. Guyer, L. Wright, R. Cope, J. Davis, H
Hauser, S. Hendrix, N. Saunders, D. Sprinkle, L. Mankins
P. Brown, M. Gizinski, L. Poland, D. Swartzel, J. Wikle.
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North's Track and Field team, under the
coaching of former track star, Mr. Rhyne, made
constant efforts to improve the level of their
own skill. Track, a traditionally rugged and
disciplinary sport, was demanding of the mem-
bers of the track team this year. Members of
the Viking squad made sacrifices, worked hard,
and improved their minds and bodies through
J. Lingerfelt, S. James, D. Campbell, S. Knight, R.
Woodall, T. Tucker, B. Grubbs, T. Weavil, Manager.
Orville Jones gzrimaces as he hurls himself over the bar.
FRONT: Mr. Larrimore, J. Messick, A. Southard. FIRST M. James, D. Campbell. T. Weavil. THIRD ROW: K. Creeson,
ROW: M. Hodges, J. Scott, T. Thacker, C. Priddy, M. Page, B. Dickerson, J. Robbins, R. Styers, W. Head, B. Moorefield,
J. Austin, R. Prather, G. Flynn. SECOND ROVV: B. Holli- J. Davis.
field, D. Southard, W. Halls, C. Lyons, L. Wright, K. James,
Larry Wright, executes a firemanls carry to bring'
down Wesley Head.
Senior Tommy Guthrie pins his opponent.
A sit-out is demonstrated by a North wrestler.
In a Wrestling exhibition, a North wrestler prevents his
opponent from getting the advantage.
During a year of wrestling at North, parti-
cipating Vikings learned that this sport takes a
combination of strength and skill unmatched in
any other form of athletics. Skills of strength
and maneuverability were acquired through long
hours of concentration and practice. Coach Larri-
more taught his boys to wrestle their hardest . .
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Senior wrestlers Alan Southard and Jerry Messick demonstrate a tight "gut hold."
FIRST ROW: K. Campbell, D. Marshall, L. Thompson, S.
Doss, D. Grubbs, J. Pittman, D. Landingham, D. Bennett.
SECOND ROW: L. Hicks, R. Brown, B. Hayes, J. Mon-
gomery. J. Hunter. M. Tuttle, T. Tucker, C. Sharpe. THIRD
ROW: B. Smith, T. Thacker, A. Hicks, C. Taylor, J, Downs,
The Viking nine, coached by Mr. Barringer,
competed in 4-A baseball this year, representing
North well. The Vikings boasted good hitting and
strong fielding. Seniors Don Grubbs and Larry
Thompson were North's leading hitters. Also lead-
ing the Viking squad were ace pitchers Kent Camp-
bell, a right-hander, and southpaw Danny Marshall.
The Vikings, finishing their season with a great
show of team effort, were backed up by a host of
juniczlr players who made up the bulk of the North
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RIGHT: Senior player Steve Doss snaps up a close
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A North player loses his head as he makes a catch.
A North first baseman stretches toward the oncoming ball.
Don Grubbs executes a powerful swing'
Johnny Downs prepares to bunt.
James Tothill putts in a practice session.
ggxlnpionship player Mike Kallum exhibits his winning Mr. Nifong coached the golf team at North this
year. Many boys played the rounds at Pinebrook,
Went through the process of evaluation, and learned
to play with greater care and finesse. Many young
enthusiasts participated in the sport for either de-
G velopment of individual skill or enjoyment of com-
GOLF TEAM: S. Hauser, P. Taylor, H, Stewart, D. Tuttle, J. Tothill, M. Kallam.
FIRST ROW: B. Cooper, M. Livengood, D. Weavil, L. Sap- Grubbs, J. Mock, F. Weeden, Coach Pardue.
pington, B. Ratterree, B. Hollifield. SECOND ROW: G.
Bill Hollifield executes a powerful swing. Lovick Sappington sets up a serve.
Participation in the sport
of tennis was widespread this
year. T e n n i s enthusiasts
strived to improve their game
each afternoon under the hot
sun. Through the guidance of
Coach Pardue, techniques and
skills were improved, and this
game of court gained in pop-
ularity among all Vikings.
Martha Park, Chief Bonnie Moore, Co-Chief Judy Fleming
Martha Park sings out with spirit.
The cheerleaders lead
a pep rally.
Ellen Gowens Pat Livengood
Long hours of diligent practice
produced the outstanding cheerlead-
ing squad which urged the Vikings
toward victory throughout the 1965-
1966 athletics seasons. With un-
diminishing zeal, these nine girls,
united by loyalty, school spirit, and
devotion, led the student body in
cheering the teams at games and pep
Squad members pose at a football game.
sing to the basketball team.
An aerial view shows the varsity cheerleaders executing a high jump,
Chief Linda Clayton urges support for the J.V.
Amidst rousing: cheers, the J.V. team comes on the court.
The J.V. squad leaps high with spirit.
An outstanding squad of sophomores
served as Junior Varsity Cheerleaders this
year to urge their fellow classmen to victory.
Numerous practice sessions and the willing-
ness of each girl to give of her best led to a
precision performance at each pep rally and
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders
FIRST ROW: V. Roy, B. Rogers, L. Clayton, S. McNeill. SECOND ROVV: F. Latham,
E. Boprer, G. Orrell, L. VVright, L. Gentry.
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They reach the head of the stairs . . .
years of striving and yearning are vivid
in memories . . . long hours of study . . .
excitement of games . . . parties . . .
assemblies . . . meeting people . . . mak-
ing friends . . . growing in stature . . .
some, in wisdom. Learning responsibility
. . . the meaning of life . . . new authority
as senior classmen . classrings . . .
crimson cap and tassel . . . emblem of
both the end . . . and the beginning.
UPPER RIGHT: Hampton Fields, President.
UPPER LEFT: Melinda Covington, Secretary.
LOWER RIGHT: Billy Page, Treasurer. LOWER
LEFT: Hassel Helsabeck. Vice President.
Jerry Lee Aaron
Lewis Allen Abbott
Verta Mae Ackers
Edith Gail Adams
Teresa Anne Adams
Tommy Eugene Adams
Tobey Lynn Anders
lironda Lee Anderson
Judith Gail Andrews
James VVilliam Armstrong
Mary Dolores Armstrong
Thomas Wayne Armstrong
Elizabeth Ilynn Ashby
Sandra Kay Atkins
Chesley Thomas Austin
Richard Gray Austin
James Lee Ball
Ronald Preston Banner
Carolyn Lois Bassetti
Patricia Rose Bauguess
Christine Diane Beavers
Nancy Carol Beeson
Lawrence Deegan Beital, Jr.
Edna Ruth Bell
Brenda Kay Belton
Bobby Edward Bennett, Jr.
Annette Marie Bianucci
Shirley Irene Blakeley
Steven Richard Blakely
Rita Gaye Blakley
Patricia Ann Blankenship
Sarah Jane Bleckley
Carolyn Marie Bobbitt
Sandra Clifton Bodenhamer
Valerie Jean Bohland
Joseph Wayne Boles
Brenda Lee Bolling
Charles Carolus Bombeld
John Edward Bostic
Tony Vernon Bowen
Brenda Jean Bowers
Joyce Ann Bowers
Jerry Wayne Boyer
Jettie Frances Boyles
Stephen Michael Boyles
Richard Eugene Branch
David Allen Brandon
Robert Lee Brannock
Virginia Lea Brannock
Patricia Susan Branscomb
Dewey Earl Brantley
Linda Faye Brewer
David Franklin Britt
Debra Kay Brookshire
Robert Orville Brothers
Michael Joseph Brown
Vernon Lewis Brown
Joseph Byrd Burbage, Jr.
Craig: Emmett Burcham, Jr.
Bill Howard Burchette, Jr,
Jerrie Sue Burgess
Sandra Lee Burgess
Duncan Terrell Burt
Jimmie Lee Burton
Jenny Cook Butner
Sandra Jacqueline Butner
Jill Rosalie Byerly
Stephen Douglas Calcutt
Carolyn Ann Calhoun
Gregory Wilson Calloway
Constance Anne Campbell
David Kent Campbell
John Curlin Campbell
Terry Wayne Canter
Tony Lee Canter
Sara Gray Carson
Larry Wayne Carter
Steven Ray Carter
Susan Anne Carter
Robert Wade Caudle
Delores Marlene Causby
Sidney Leslie Chadwick
Wilda Kay Cheek
Teddy Lynn Church
Emmit Edward Clayton, Jr.
Robert Gordon Clemens, Jr.
Fredrick Garson Cline
Kimberly Ann Coburn
Linda Lou Collins
Patricia Ann Collins
Janis Carol Cook
Fredrick Stephen Cooke
Sharon Gaye Cooke
Donna Sue Cooley
Donna Lynn Cooper
Shirley Ann Copple
Patricia Ann Cornatzer
Vicki Lavonne Corns
Kathryn Lloyd Covington
Melinda Ann Covington
Gary Ray Cox
Judith Ann Crews
Michael Ray Crews
Joseph Lewis Crotts
Susan Elaine Crutchfield
Brenda Marie Darnell
Shelby Carolyn Darnell
Glenda Faye Dalton
Barbara Jean Davis
Betty Gail Davis
John Wayne Davis
Terry Nelson Davis
William Michael Davis
Linda Marie Day
Ada LaVerne Denny
Kenneth Travis Dezarn
Robert Earl Dickerson
Susan Elizabeth Dicus
Wayne Leslie Dodson
Stephen Ralph Doss
Odell Ralph Douns, Jr.
Barbara Lucille Duckett
Daniel Timothy Duff
VVatson Minyard Dufour
Beverly Ann Duval
George Leonard East
Ellen Marie Ebert
Terri Black Ellis
Randolph Hampton Fields
Stephen Bruce Fine
Charles Herman Fishel
Judy Ann Fleming
Marcus Dorian Flynt
Frances Marie Forester
Janice Virginia Foster
Kathy Louise Freedle
Alice Cecilia Frick
Larry Thomas Frye
Betty Lee Fulk
Kathryn Irene Fulk
Mary Ruth Fulton
Barry Wayne Furches
Betty Frances Gant
Sandra Kaye Gibson
Kenneth Robert Gillespie
Chriss Toni Gilley
Terry James Gilley
Richard Stanley Gizinski
Vicki Sharon Godfrey
Wanda Lou Goingfs
LaNell Eva Golding
Franklin Noble Gordon
Henry Merritt Gough
Mary Lee Gough
Ellen Linda Gowens
Betty Delores Grace
Richard Scott Graham
Larry Dean Gray
Donald Earl Griffin
Sandra Stanfield Griffin
Daniel Craig Groce
Donald Carlton Grubbs
Tanya Sue Grubbs
Vicki Lynn Grubbs
Thomas Carlton Guthrie
Thomas Daniel Guy
Shirley Vickers Hamlin
Carman Wayne Hamm
Emmett Edward Hancock
Linda Gail Hancock
Donna Yvonne Harbin
Lynda Kay Hardin
Sandra Kay Harmon
Joyce Darlene Harper
Douglas Gray Harrell
Leslie Fletcher Harris
Jane Madison Hartman
Jane Welfare Hauser
Stephen Wiley Hauser
Verdell Irene Hayes
Stephen Conrad Haynes
Henry Clay Heath, Jr.
Brenda Lou Helsabeck
Hassel Dan Helsabeck
Sarah Janet Hendren
John Alexander Herke
Susan Alice Hiatt
Pamela Yevon Hibbitts
Aaron Lee Hicks
Glenn Thomas Hicks, Jr
Larry Wayne Hicks
Recca Sue Higgins
Joyce Ann Hill
Judith Anne Hobson
Linda Diane Holland
Peggy Diane Hollar
William Francis Hollifield,
Donna Lou Hooker
Linda Jean Hoots
Christien Antone Hord
Brenda Faye Horne
Gloria Jean Hovis
Bobby Paul Huffman
Thomas Ray Hurlocker
Karen Diane Huste
Jacqueline Sue Hutchens
Ella Carole Hutchins
William Verlin Hutchinson
James Spurgeon Isaacs, Jr.
Deborah Lee Isenhour
Kenneth Lee James
Michael Stephen James
Jerry Gray Jenkins
Sybil Modene Jester
Brian Kent Johnson
Diane Elizabeth Johnson
Linda Ruth Johnson
Robert Glenn Johnson
Dalmar Marie Jones
Joel Drake Joyce
Cynthia Rae Karola
Steven Bain Keiger
Dennis Ray Ketner
Linda Lee Kiger
Linda Susan Kiger
Stephen Garreth Kiger
Thomas Wayne Kiger
Susan Jane Kimball
Jimmy WVayne King
Josie Louise King
David Eugene Kiser
Nancy Diane Kiser
Michael Russel Knight
Compton Joel Lane
Linda Gale Lane
Wanda Lee LaPrad
Howard Lester Lawson .lr
Pamela Lee Lazenby
Teena Diane Lazenby
Vicki Gail Leftwich
Karen Camiel Leinbach
Larry, Gene Lewis
Brenda Sue Lineback
Cheryl Lynn Lineback
Edwin Brooks Linville
Joseph Michael Livengood
Patricia Ruth Livengood
Mitchell Wayne Lloyd
Mary Yvonne Long
Virginia Theodora Long
Steven Wayne Lowry
Elizabeth Dawn Lynch
Gilda Sue Lynch
Carol Kay Mabe
Glenda Ann Mabe
Mary Ellen Mabe
Holland Franklin Mabes, Jr.
Dolly Jeanne Mace
Sue Ellen Mace
Nancy Kay Mahaffey
Mitzie Ann Maines
Patricia Kaye Malark
William Wayne Mankins
Sandra Gay Marlin
Arvol Clifton Marsh, Jr.
Danny Rishel Marshall
Larry Anthony Marshall
Mary Susan Marshall
Douglas Curwood Martin
Janie Diane Martin
Richard Earl Martin
George Edward McBride
Peggy Naomi McBride
Robin Lee McClellan
Janice Elaine McCoy
Maria Dianne McDaniel
Karen Frances McGee
Timothy Charles McGee
Mary Ann McHone
Reba Amelia McInnis
Mary Ruth McKinney
Lona Elizabeth McNeill
John Scott Meade
John Arlis Meadows
Larry Stephen Melaga
Kathryn Gail Merritt
Peggy Ann Merritt
Sandra Lee Merritt
Jerry Allen Messick
Larry Gene Mickey
Carol Ann Miller
Nancy Lou Miller
Vivian Lyvonne Miller
Ronald Clinton Mills
Tommy Gene Minter
Page Allen Mitchell
Bonnie Eugenia Moore
Cheryl Dean Moore
Donald Eugene Moore
Edward Fulton Moore
Mary Lee Moore
Carolyn Ennis Moran
Janie Elizabeth Morgan
Virginia Lee Morgan
Joseph Virgil Morris
David Kirby Morton
Charles Larry Moser
Donald Gray Moser
Linda Faye Murphy
David Sanford Nelson
Wanda Gail New
Molly Carol Newsome
.lerry McKinley Noel
Daniel Edward Oehman
Patricia Adell Olmstead
Cynthia Louise Olsen
Robert Stanley Olson, Jr.
Edna Cathern Oscar
Carol Joyce Owen
Selena Gray Owen
Jesse Alan Owens
Donald William Bryant Page, J
Annette Carmichael Pardue
Nancy Kay Pardue
Martha Lynn Park
Judy Marie Parker
Larry Robert Parks
Paul Lee Parrish, Jr.
Andrea Sue Peddycord
James William Persiani
Gerry Lane Petree
Martha Ellen Petty
Susan Lorraine Pfaff
David Franklin Phelps
Wayne Middleton Phelps
Michael Ray Phillips
Cheryl Diane Pike
Vicky Lee Pittman
June Marie Pitts
Rebecca Sue Plaster
Michael Eugene Plummer
John Thomas Poindexter
Patricia Elizabeth Poole
Sandra Gray Poole
John Christopher Porterfield
Jo Anne Powers
John Dale Price
Clyde Michael Priddy
Marilyn Jeanette Priddy
Thomas Hyden Purvis
David Fredrick Raby
Barry Lee Raker
Susan Lynn Ratterree
Katherine Wells Reagan
Arthur Geane Richardson
Nancy Ruth Riley
Vernie Ray Ring
Phyllis Lee Robbins
Sharon Lee Roberson
Barbara Lynn Roberts
Betty Lou Robertson
Linda Kay Robertson
Zandra Kay Robertson
Forest Rondell Rockett
Dawn Somers Rodgers
Carolyn Lee Rogers
Kathryn Grey Rogers
Sarah Gale Roush
Judith Ann Rowley
Patricia Ann Roy
Margaret Karen Rush
William Lee Russell, Jr.
Nancy Lee Rymill
Florence Gail Samuels
Terence Cameron Samuels
Larry Junior Sanders
Martha Anne Sapp
Sandra Kay Sapp
Constance Kae Schlotfeldt
Dewain Richard Schlotfeldt
Wilda Kay Schuyler
David Keith Sechrist
Iva Jeanette Secrest
Marie Ellen Segraves
Sherrie Diane Sessoms
Susan Elizabeth Sfreddo
Marilyn Pearl Shaffer
Don Eugene Shamel
Frances Kay Shelton
George Thomas Shelton
Brenda Kay Shermer
James Henry Shook
Moldred Louise Shouse
Ronald Edward Shouse
Timothy Lee Shouse
Robert Terry Shutt
Michael Lee Simmons
Lona Jean Sluder
Brenda Kay Smith
George Vernon Smith
Judy White Smith
Marien Louise Smith
Michael Brady Smith
Patricia Lee Smith
Paul Darryl Smith
Sharray Rejina Smith
Phillip Larry Smitherman
Edwin Craig Snow
Alan John Southard
Frances Marie Southern
Larry Lester Southern
William Coel Spainhour
Bonnie Lynn Spaugh
Johnny Vance Speas
Mary Alice Speas
Steve Kenneth Sprinkle
Vickie Elaine Stanberry
Beverly Jo Stanley
Judy Ann Stanley
Linda Frances Stanley
James Harlon Stewart
Kenneth Lee Stewart
Patricia Ann Stewart
Philip Stephen Stewart
Lucy Ferne Stith
Carol Delois Stokes
Grady Mitchell Stone
Mary Ellen Stone
Michael Robert Sturms
Luther Samuel Styers, III
Ronald Steven Styers
Cheryl Kay Surratt
Tonia Marian Swink
Thorman Douglas Talley
Phillip Dean Taylor
Steven Howard Taylor
Michael Flake Terry
Cynthia Renee Thacker
Emily Carol Thomas
Sharon Lynne Thomas
Gaynell Marie Thompson
George Larry Thompson
Jane Ogburn Thornton
William Brame Toburen
Jerry Wayne Tolley
Steven Darryl Tomlinson
Brenda Sue Trexler
Dahl Jerome Tritt I eg!
Bonnie Sue Tuttle
Dennis Anderson Tuttle
Dexter David Tuttle, Jr.
Don Barry Tuttle
Gary Miller Tuttle
Judy Elaine Tuttle
Judy Lynn Tuttle
Marcus Boyles Tuttle
Steven Darryl Tuttle
Linda Elizabeth Utt
Wayne Carroll Vaughn
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Jack Barger Veit, Jr.
Lloyd Elton Vernon
Kate Elizabeth Vestal
Linda Loretta Vestal
Gary Michael Wagnoner
Alan Douglas Walker
Ellen Kay Walker
Larry Ray Wall
Sandra Jean Wall
Thomas Edward Wall
Jack Davis Walton, Jr.
Gloria Gayle Warren
Jimmy Gray Warren
Mary Evelyn Warren
Myra Janet YVatts
Ronald Michael YVatts
Tommy Rex Weavil
Linda Carol VVest
Lenna Jeannette VVhetstone
Samuel Clark Whicker
Sylvia Jean VVhisenhunt
Allan Calvin White
Brenda Gene VVhite
James Michael VVhite
James Kenneth WVhiteheart
Francis Brian Wilkes, Jr.
Sharon Dee VVillef0rd
LaVon Elizabeth Williams
Melessa Grey Williams
Patricia Ann Williams
Juanita Faye Wilson
Sandra Margaret Wilson
Linda Kaye Winebarger
James Lee Winfrey
June Ann Winfrey
Fredrick William VVoiteneck, Jr
Philip Stephen Wood
Stephen Wray Wood
Ruth Evelyn Yarbrough
Carlotta Lee York
Craig Edwin Young
Chi-Chi- Lynn Ziglar
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Seniors Pat Livengood, Freddie Cline, and Sidney Chadwick rehearse
a dance scene for a dramatics production.
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Drum Major Craig Snow steps high in the Christmas
One year past . . . another ahead . . .-
new responsibilities to face . . . and
enjoy . . . juniors are promoted to var-
sity sports . . . become integral parts of
the major service clubs . . . anticipation
grows with the passing months . . . May
. . . frantic preparation for the Junior-
Senior Prom . . . creating the fantasy
world of the "Southern Plantation" . . .
secretly hoping to wear the crimson
regalia of a Junior Marshal . . . dreading
the College Boards . . . Graduation . . .
the juniors step forward to the coveted
position of honor . . . seniors at last.
UPPER RIGHT: Ricky Helsabeck, Presi-
dent. UPPER LEFT: Bob Gibson, Trea-
surer. LOWER RIGHT: Sandra Booze
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Cheering North's teams to victory is the job of junior Joan
Juniors Cathy Myers and Rita Craft display
their talent in a student talent show.
Junior Key Club members entertain the student body
at a pep rally.
New faces . . . a new environment
. . . the days are hard . . . adjustment
is difficult . . . the newness fades away
and the sophomores take their places
. . . important members of the student
body . . . exhibiting class spirit . . . and
enthusiasm . . . and fresh talents . . .
providing new blood that enriches . . .
progresses . . . enhances North . . . seek-
ing membership . . . clubs . . . athletics
. . . seeking to belong . . . and finally
. . belonging.
RIGHT: Sonny Carter, President
LEFT: Krista Merritt, Secretary
RIGHT: Sammy Knight, Treasurer
LEFT: Bill Blevins, Vice-President.
George Bryan, Jr.
Mary Ann Cox
Ronald Hall QDJ
Ronald G. Hall
Steven Johnson CLA
Steven W. Johnson
Janice L. Jones
Janice P. Jones
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Danny M. Overby
David A. Smith
David R. Smith
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Driver Education is required for all sophomores.
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Gary Moorefield shoots in a Junior Varsity game.
Majorette Janet Blair performs in the Christmas parade.
Sophomore Tommy Thompson relaxes at 21 dance
Sophomores participate in many sports.
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Always the frivolous gaiety . . . The endless striving for success . . '
The dreams for the future
Forever within These pages
The memories of a wonderful year . . , 207
Unending curiosity . . .
Days of turmoil and activity end . . .
another year passes into the haze called
The Past . . . for some there is next
year . . . new work . . . new organizations
. . . new pastimes . . . for some this is
the end of a phase in the metamorphosis
of life. The end and the beginning to
years of striving . . . searching . . .
questing for knowledge . . . end and
beginning . . . the world is open to con-
quest. There is fear in leaving . . . but
anticipation too. North has given of her-
self to the student . . . provided a way
of life. Within her well-loved walls fu-
tures have been formed . . . personalities
molded . . . and great men and women
prepared for their destiny. Now her
halls lie quiet . . . dreaming . . . remem-
bering . . . looking to a new school year
. . . new students . . . new teachers . . .
new activities. ACTION has not ceased
. . . it only lies briefly resting.
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In un-dimmed splen ---- dor shine e ---- ter-nal ------- ly.
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