Northwest Guilford High School - Viking Yearbook (Greensboro, NC)

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' 'I 1 1 I ' 1 1 , l 1 Q 1' T V i 7 1, V A A eeee " ' fe. - e ie, M The Seniors of 1965 Present - il X ,wma ws L f" The Northwest Z!gblesofigCorirenfss s g W, xxx 1 3 ,V A V was X I X Foreword ...R g ..... Page 4 A 'ji 'fur M t Dedicafion .... ..... Page 5 2 A g lnfroducfion .... 3 ..... 5 Faculty and AdmII1lSfl'CJflOflifs . . e472 i 1 M Seniors. . . ..... ,f."'T ff. Pa 9 Z4 M ff X, AQr X ii f Classes. . . . . . jf . . 5 X52 if fi ,!!f M ,xx J h,44 ggi Acfivifies. . . 9. , e F - ? ,,,. as Ax N,s k yx l bl l Kgl asra , Advertisements. . .4 n . . Compiled By: Editor: Katie Fields Asst. Editor: Donnie Shields Business Manager: Phyllis Woodside Advertising Manager: linda Overby Circulation Manager: Brenda Pegram Page 148 M 2 Volume 3 V'k Q Northwest Guilford High School Greensboro, North Corolino G . ni Sze g.aiQf2'f, , of if 3 The Metropolitan 1910. V W P nf, y f 2 We Dediccfe . . . The Viking is proudly dedicated to a person who has un- selfishly given of herself in both the scholastic and extra- curricular realms of our school. We admire her for her sense of honor and her devotion to her work. Not only has she in- spired st ude nt s through classroom instruction, but has also created a growing interest in the literary arts. It is for the latter, especially, that we pay tribute and express deep ap- preciation to Mrs. Joyce Tibbals. Mrs. Joyce Tibbals As the play, "The Night of january 16" is rehearsed, Nothing like a cigarette and a cup of coffee to relax. Mrs. Tibbals looks on with interest. , "jf, 4 X L , ' . News , I Mrs. Tibbals explains to Angela the proper way to outline Macbeth. 5 'x 'M . 'W' X: 'K ' .v 3 - J. F 6 f x f 3, ' x f eww 0' ,.. f 1- Q- Q .TM ,ff . k .fx M, N' K Agmwxs-. QM .- - - 41 gg., KEAL ...nl N 6 ff- Q ,Q R Y 5 vi' 5. A: F I A :f.X-if .uf 1 Wy Q wg-- WW, f' as R' as 1' ,'fjZ9"f2'.r' 4... L,wO"904' kwfavfy, 09 no RIWQY 9 HQ, 0,1 ' I H QM Q " km xi Take fime fo play- if is the secret of perpefuol youih. an Take fime fo laugh- if is the music of fhe soul. iff' o nfs Tolce time to look oround- it is too short o day to be selfish. Tolce time to be lrienclly it is the rood to happiness. I1 Toke Hme fo work- ii i Adm in isfrofion h h , ,A s d s i KN V., fri R: - " V If - eo2F?h+1 eefapw s e a I fi we , il alike s e- fr . ' as as , ffefiffffi X hs?" 1 Y e I ,' 1' e -- X 1 ,-4 rw, ,,-ixszisuf' ,. 2. 5jfWUW35lQ?HQ'. ,1 ' f ii w : Ff ,ffff f,'gV,sv. Rf- If 1kl.?l'V In 1: rl :Ez - lx., LL , 'alas 'ig if Mt The administration and faculty are very well qualified to discuss and help us find the way to solve our many problems, whether they be about our studie s or our intimate troublesg whether they be large or small. Not only do they instruct us in the classroom, but are also an everpresent help and guide whenever needed. 12 15 School Board: Mr. Harold Stack, Mr. Wayne McGee, Mr. Bill Cummings. Mr. E. P. Pearce, jr. T Educators Set Goal of Mr. E. P. Pearce, Ir. , superintendent of Guilford County Schools, provides leadership by his constant e nd e av or s to maintain and improve schoolgroxxth,The school board repre- sents all the communities which make up the Northwest School District. These chosen leaders reflect genuine interest and concern for the schools' operation and activities. The school board is the important linl-4 betweenthe school and the three communities. School Board Member: Mrs, Boy Whitaker S School Board Member: Mr. James Marshall f ""n-if ,, 44I""'? IA v 1? Qualify Educofion Mr. Billings has proven to be a most competent adminis- trator and educator in the discharge of his duties as our prin- cipal. Under his leadership and foresight, Northwest reflects the favorable image of being a school with the highest stan- dards in all its areas. Mr. Bennett, assistant to the principal, is ever alert to the needs and problems of the student body. He gives whole- hearted support to the enforcement of administrative policies for our school. Mrs. Wilson, school secretary, is charged with varied duties and responsibilities in the administrative office. in Assistant Principal, Mr. Horace Bennett , , , ........ s...MM,...W.,..W,.., ..., - mm.-mm H.,.,,,,.,,...-Wwwm, .,..,,, i,,i,i ..f.a., ,,i,,. , ,,t,i,,W.,. . ,,,,,, ana,---:fm--mn-W ,,,,,,.m.W.,M..,,..W..,,,..,.i -Hi -'mm-. ..W,......,........ ,,,,, ,,t,,M,,.. .. , snlnn-ull .p--quam-nw-. ....,...,....,.,,.,,..,,.,Wm ..,,- -m-............, .. .---.....,,,, ,,. Secretary, Mrs. Maxine Wilson Principal, Mr. R. L Billings, jr 9 English, Science, History--Major .fam SARA C, WOLFF A. B. Degree History, English L,e.e Mr. Godwin helps students to understand the past events of the United States. Students take interest in Mr. Stuckey's biology class. V- I STANLEY B. GODWIN A.B., M. A, Degrees Social Studies Business Law DOROTHY CARLBERG B.S. Degree General Science Chemistry aio fi z 55 JULIA TRIVETT B. S., M. A, Degrees Chemistry Family Living ROSE M. SIDBURY B.A. Degree History, English r , - , ' ici D. STUCKEY A. B. Degree ' Biology 'E ' X Qing.. sg W .R X I sgs ,., A15 NX 2 K Courses of Northwest mm Y sr--I r'ru:.s W a-7 ,,,.s,, WWW , V, Mrs. Co11et.te's English students study to increase . I .sss f .- .R 3 K Aa Y,-.1 A 'Q ,, Y. ,i l f J 5 .re MAY M. PARKER JOYCE TIBBALS A. B. , M, A. T. Degrees B, A. Degree English Speech 8 Drama English is kr x Q- X ,Q -if , T , -B1 , N' f f ' fig, - ' k Q ig, J P Ru R f , ,Q , 4 A V NETTIE WALKER CLEDA B. GRAHAM their vocabulary. A.B, Degree B. S., M.A. Degrees English Library w Q is zz- ',,-f-1 B: ':f L,f.f. . N ...P X ,V U' 'J .1 gi in M 6 ,iii f SX uuis Q .,., E MARGARET RICHARDSON sns, I Q::gqq T English, SPHHiSh ii H. L. BENNETT Viii V' E French, English - Asst. Principal 17 KAY FULP B. S. Degree Mathematics 2 BETTY EVERHART B. S. Degree Commercial . f I 1 , - J MARTHA H. HICKEY B.S., M.E. Degrees Reading, Art 7, FRANCES HARRIS B. A. Degree Mathematics Physics FABER M. BOWMAN B. S. Degree Commercial .ful g ,W 4 Miss Fulp's algebra class concentrates on the solution to a difficult problem. BRENDA ENGLE B.S. Degree Commercial Business teachers, Mr. Bowman, Miss Everhart, and Miss Engle, order business materials - 5 x ss Teachers Sponsor Clubs G. C. BOWDEN R, M. COMER R. DOUG WILLIAMS B.S. Degree B.S. Degree B.S. Degree Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture al Q9 'sal in 1141 fs r .sh " -, fm! gs! 4938? L fr Q f -1f - Y MILLARD L. COBLE CAROL BROAD ROGER L. NELSON A.B. Degree B.A. Degree A.B. Degree Social Studies P. E., Health Physical Education Physical Education General Science Mathematics, Biology Under the direction of Mr. Nelson physical education students practice sportsmanship as well as physical fitness. GLENWOOD WILSON B.S. Degree Health, P E Mathematics X 2 A E-. K-, 2 X mom...-Q-f-"-" 5222 K ..k. WM. at gl Mr. Sharrock gives Carolyn McCrorie instructions on how to apply for college admission. , Q u . Q ' J K W ufyjd Guidance Counselor Aids Sfuclenfs ANNA SUE FORD EVELYN N. GRANT W. H. HUNTER, IR. B.S. Degree B.M.E., M.S. Degrees B.A., M.E. Degrees Choral Music Instrumental Music Distributive Ed. English ' 'i Q Q ' ' 1 ' : .' .1 1 K. me PAUL BREWER ROGER SHARROCK HELEN M. GODWIN B,S. Degree B. S., Ed. Degrees B,S., M.S. Degrees Driver Education Guidance Director Home Economics Asst. Football Coach 20 For Services Rendered, Thank You . . . 1 bf if Mrs. Green, Lola Pegram, Mary Mosley, Abelia Marshall Mrs. Almeta Green mi Wade Pegram Maintenance Supt ,fa ,L , ' ,, an V ' 75" awww V H' fog V , Georgia Huge, Ruth jones 21 Cafeteria Manager Martha Whitaker, Dillard Cox Take time fo think vi 22 F if is the source of power. Y Q 5 3-s"55"tg J 4 i e As Seniors, We should demonstrate the power of thinking about our future goals in life and ways to achieve them. We think about the many doors of opportunity open to us if we only take advantag e of them as we mature and become adults. Seniors Foce Maintaining many characteristics of the Senior Superlatives Tommy Price and Claudine Tucker are chosen Best All Around. mmf ROBERT KENNETH ADKINS DAVID HARRISON ANGEL JAMES GARFIELD APPLE GEORGE THOMAS ATKINS JERRY RHEA ATKINS WILLARD MCCIANE ATKINS MARY DONNA BAME 24 Challenge of the World l WILLIAM STEVEN BELTON NOBLE DENNIS BLACKERBY SANDRA DARYL BOI-IANNON A I Lf' A f vii.. I-IAYWOOD BOWMAN fs-QR A GAIL BRINKLEY PATRICIA ANN BROOKBANK - X-?I-I ' IS ANN BROWN 5,29 25 MARTHA JANE BROWNING Lawrence and Carolyn Voted Fffendliesf any ., GLENN WADE BURKHART IO ETTA CALLOWAY SANDRA SUE CLLNARD LAWRENCE COLEMAN LARRY JONES COTTRELL M'--Q ..,A RICHARD WAYNE COVINGTON 'vw VICKIE Le DARE COBB 26 ' With a smile and friendly greeting Lawrence C O l e m a ii and Carolyn McCrorie earn the title Friendliest. ROGER GLENN CRAIG WILLIAM DAVID CRUTCHFIELD GEORGE LINWOOD CUMMINGS Q19 JAMES ROGER CUMMINGS LONNIE HENRY DANIELS DELORES DQGRAFF 27 wiors Take ge Board ff' Wm , rvh gm , if Q Q 5 ,L if Q 2 Y f RL' ' up N i flss . J V , K 1: is ' 'D 5 izx M 1 ff 'X f I , a,5 LARRY JAMES DODSON "4g 'l,,7 7 LARRY T. DOXYELL ln tiif' tARA tij wwf. fd , N. 7, Wittiest Seniors Cary Kiscr and Sherry ?N'iO1'PhiQ can ulxmyi be depended on for 21 joke or clever commem ut the right moment. I : LINDA SUE DOWELL GARY RUSSELL EDGINGTON TILLMAN WEBSTER FARRINGTON 28 PI-IILLIP TAYLOR FULTON KATHERINE MARIE FIELDS ANGELA FOGLEMAN JOHN DUANE FUTRELL JAMES EDWARD GAMBLE JUDY LYNN GOSSETT WILLIAM RUSSELL I-IAMM 29 A Ann Higgins is Secretary of Sfudenf Council WILMA JEAN HARDISON MICHAEL THOMAS HARRELL YVONNE HILTON HAWKINS ELIZABETH ANN I-IEDGECOCK BETTY HARRIS JUDY CAROL HENNIS PAULA HIGGINS 30 Because of their scholastic achievement and ability Larry Stack and Emily Tucker are chosen Most Intellectual. ROBBIE MARIE HOLBROOK LINDA CAROL HUNSUCKER JOHN PRESTON IINNETTE ROBERT ERNEST I-IOLLINS STEPHEN ALLEN HOLT CAROLYN ELIZABETH HUTCHINS DANIEL FRANKLIN IESSUP 31 Seniors Present "Losf Horizon" '1 ,-H. A - I Y -fl In H 0 . 'QL 11' LARRY WAYNE IESSUP RONALD LLOYD JOHNSON SANDRA LEE JOHNSON VIRGINIA PEARL KENDRICK WILLIAM RONALD KIRKMAN CAREY LEE KISER 32 Y MARCIA LYNN KIRBY GLADYS FAYE LEDBETTER JERRY WAYNE LEE JUDY JOYNER LEMMONS ,f Agua : David Preston and Judy Price, who play with spirit and fairness, are chosen Most Athletic. MARY ANN LESTER DORIS EVELYN LINDSEY PHYLLIS IDALIA LITTLE JANICE EILEEN LEWIS 33 Wanda and Jimmy WW' Obvious Choices for Mosf Tclenied QQWWV' JOSEPH BAXTER LONG DONNIE MURRAY MABE WAYNE FRANKLIN MABE JULIE SHELDON MARSH 47" - LINDA HOPE MAYBERRY TERRY LEE MCCOIN CAROLYN DALE MCCRORIE 34 Rx 'X Nl 9-it urn' lil ,f . 'kd .4 Most Talented of the Senior Class are Wanda Stafford and jimmy Merritt. LINDA DIANE MCGEE LINDA ARLENE MORGAN PAUL JAMES MERRITT DENNIS RANDALL MORGAN DAVID EARL MCCORMICK HOWARD RONALD MILLS SHERRY DAWN MORPI-HS A J -W mmifwwwwe 35 "YW Seniors Dedicofe Yearbook QRS La.DONNA ANN MOTSINGER SUE ROYCE NELSON JAMES SANFORD NUCKLES LINDA LEE OVERBY 'U-..,. ,.,,,,A RONNIE LEE OAKES 36 . , Q 'N f' Q Avi. rf 1 ,, ,' 1 . .1 L . REBECCA SUZANNE NORTH CLYDE WAYNARD NUCKLES G' ev .QL THOMAS RAY PARRISH Judy Gossett and Randall Morgan capture the title Best Looking with their charm, poise, and neat appearance. 1 V , I , E E I , 5 E I I ' . I f 3 ' 9 E I 1 Q 2 I M p V 4 .,, E I Q ' i I F 'fe I 4 i 5 ff ! M :,iZ ,. g I A ,I ,p ,, ,M :7-,7,-1'T"""" JAMES MICHAEL PAYNE WILLIAM FRANKLIN PAYNE, JR HERBERT WAYNE PEGG BRENDA LOUISE PEGRAM HORACE DALE PEGRAM RONNIE BILL PEGRAM 37 ' 0 A Aff ,Q f J if ikjij' 'Cf 'il , 2x-x, W4 if' A T 1 .1 Wa-NN MARGARET SUSAN PHELPS 55 ,www X.:. Ax SOLOMON ALFRED PEGRAM,jR. LILLIE LUCILLE PELL BETTY JANE PERDUE STEPHEN BURTON PRATT PAUL DAVID PRESTON ROSA JEANETTE PRESTON .lohn Richardson, President of Sfudenf Council 38 BETTY JEAN REID JOHN THOMAS RICHARDSON JUDY CAROL PRICE THOMAS HAMPTON PRICE WILLIAM MICHAEL RAY J ' I Participating in school activities wins Most School Spirited for U Lynn Tucker and Larry Jessup. M NI FYJEVONNE RICHARDSON COLON COLUMBUS RIERSON Nfl? 39 E Q l CYNTHIA MARIE RIERSON CHERYI. LYNN RIPPY LINDA CAROLYN ROBERTSON Cheryl Chosen Homecoming Queen ELLA JANE ROGERS ELIZABETH ANN SATTERFIELD RICHARD CLEVELAND SCOTT ff ANNIE CHRISTINE SHIELDS 40 With ingenuity and ambition Darla Steele and Donnie Shields are sure to be Most Likely to Succeed. M1vw,..q,, JAMES DONNIE SHIELDS DONNA RUTH SHREVE BRENDA JOYCE SNYDER WILLARD WAYNE SHIELDS WILLIAM DON SMITH 41 WWW GENEVA MARIE SOUTHERN JIMMY WAYNE SOUTHERN www tzgmxgr N 4 -1' S LARRY DALE STACK KATHY ANN STAFFORD WANDA KAY STAFFORD LYNN ELISE STACK CAROLYN ANN STIGALL DARLA LEWIS STEELE EDWARD VINCENT THOMASON Seniors Look Forworcl To Groduofion P 63 I SX Q-S? W., AMY LEE TI-IORE JOHNNY MARVIN TURNER EMILY MARIE TUCKER LARRY EUGENE TUCKER CLARENCE MICHAEL TUCKER LINDA GAIL TUCKER SYRETTA CLAUDINE TUCKER I Ms. With dynamic personalities and high ranking character Linda Overby and Larry Cottrell are chosen Best Personality. 43 .exft -g,g...,e Q.- JOHNNY EDWARD VERNON BETTY LOUISE VONCANNON PAMELA JANE WALSH REBECCA ANN WEST LINDA GAIL WESTMORELAND LARRY GRAHAM WILLIAMS 1 Seniors' Favorite "Little Ones" RODNEY WAYNE RICE 44 1 If f- ' 1 ' . .aww , ' I A :If I ROBERT WOODLEY WILLIAMS BRENDA ANN WOOD PHYLLIS ANNE wooDsIDE ROBERT DAVID WRAY Gregg W e s t m o r e 1 a nd and Kitty Mayberry are chosen Mascots of the 1965 Senior Class. 'Vw BARBARA ANNE YOUNG WILLIAM DON JONES MICHAEL DALTON DUGGINS 45 Memories We Will Always Cherish in-' S GERALD WAYNE RIERSON MARTHA ANN ROBINSON JOYCE ANN TUTTLE BERNICE LEE SHULAR JOE FRENZ SOUTHERN I 46 saggy!-kimMW?'wr--f-efff,gfA--fgffz. Q Sen lor Sponsors MRS. 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M 5 -X1 X Toke time fo love ond The juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen are the foundation upon which the Northwest I-ligh's spirit and image will be formed during the next few years. May you continue to show enthusiasm throughout your high school career. We hope you shall learn to appreciate a sense of love and happiness. syrse E3 X be loved- if is the privilege of the gods C losses Junior Class Officers President JUDY MABE Vice President BETTY LEMMONS Treasurer ROBIN DECKER Secretary WANDA SI-IERRON wan, .- gg Qi -. ' 1 . - D 1 - Q . Y E i Jimmy Beeson Mary Lee Beeson Juniors Hove Mony Gools B. W. Anderson David Atkins Janice Atchison Jim Barham N. flip ' if-ff W M ,V AQ' 4 2' , ,,ff, 2?f ,, ag WA fy 49? af f , ff J , 1 ,, M5 A l' Dwight Angel Donald Atkins Johnny Ballard Steve Barham 'fr"""1' Pat Angel Glenn Atkins Barbara Barham Dennis Beeson 53 , ,I :f - ' ' .1 wg., ,:. , -251 IWW! f-If :U Perrie Coker Jennie Collins Martha Combs Juniors Sell Danny Collins Ronnie Collins Gayle Cooper 'WO- f 4 ff W Willie Bennett John Bloom Brenda Bowen Marvin Burton Bobby Biggs Elwin Bolejack Billy Bowman Nanci Burton Magazines and Candy Linda Cooper Eddie Cranford Mary Lou Cummings ,102 ix Elizabeth Cox Carol Crutchfield Robin Decker AQ Rita Duncan Donald Ellison Luther Fields Gail Forrest Jimmy Eller Curtis Fentress Larry Ford Barry Fricldle fv- K, Ae- -- Jim Friddle Charles Fulp Judy Pulp Q Sandra Fulp Larry Gann Pete Gardner Juniors .loin Clubs, Porficipofe Joan Garrett Linda Gourley Ann Gray Doug Gray Katherine Gray Judy Gregory Janice Hackett Beth Hagler 56 Lee Harris Brenda Hendricks David Hohn Grady Holland Gary Holt nLV" fo- Judy Holt e Randall Humphrey if ? 'i..k,kk Louise Iddings qr l :i'l' ' X Talent Show and Sporfs Y w. A Nancy Idol Rita james Penny Jessup Susan jinnette Phyllis Johnson Brenda Kasey Yearbook Staff For '65-'66 Elecfed is f f f X WW :gf ,ef ff 4? Aff? l 7 ll Zi 7 X 25 x H X xg, ff W 1 43' f' uf f ag ,,. 11,. ' ff- 'Cl 7' 58 Mary Lee Mabe Perry Marbert Paul Marshall Brenda Kennedy Ray King Wayne King Hal Kirk Annette Knight Robert Kota Ray Lamb Tommy Lawrence Doug Lee Betty Lemmons Dawn Linville Judy Mabe johnny Martin Mike Mills joan Moenkhaus Stanley Morgan Vicki Morphis jane Morton jerry Murphy Danny Nelson Ronda Newell Diane Oakes William Page Sue Parrish Muff Wm gums 'Www' wie..-' Judy Pass Linda Pass Dwight Pegg Wy, y 59 if , 54. sy YZ vf M ' 1 Patsy Pegg james Pegram Sheldon Pegram Leonard Phillips 7' P ? i Linda Pope Penny Pringle Ronnie Redmon Billy Rice Rebecca Richardson jimmy Robinson Brenda Sechrest Jane Sharon 60 Joyce Stock Wanda Sherron Connie Smith Gary Smith W'?l'f"'f Receives Honors I. Thomas Smith john Smith Tommy Smith 5' Mx: H"3'j Brenda Southard Joyce Stack Emily Taylor Roger Southern Judy Stanley Sharon Terrell Ted Southern Van Styers Joe Trawick Bobby Spencer Margaret Suggs Roger Tuggle 61 ,.,f WY 'Q Juniors Receive Richard Zdunczyk Evon Peoples Judy DeGraff Curtis Shular K.. 'flow Billy Venable Shirley Williams Becky Vernon joan Winfree Betty Wall johnny Winfree Shirley Warren Denise Winkler Debra jones Q' .. Margaret Shular Class Rings - nr f""" H 3 6 w L Rik QS l N M5 63 ,f-,R K2 K We-v. xx . Q I who S r ' XL L, x . , .J 1 c A 5 f .4 L Sophomore Closs Officers ANN DOWDY ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . President LAWRENCE COOK. , , , , , RICKY WILSON. . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President DAVID BRADSHAW, , , , , Secretary Treasurer Sophomore Sponsors MR. BOWMAN MRS, HARRIS MISS BROAD MISS PULP MR. WILSON MR. COBLE I l Charlotte Adcock Donnie Anderson Cindy Apple Sally Apple Mike Atkins Naomi Atkins Debbie Baker Bill Barham David Barham Carole Barrow Rose Beeson Avery Belton af V fwa l 4' Q 4' M fm, 3 54 .: urn ,af Q, N1 1 if f p fin f fm? 'sf i Z ia ,X +2 2 Q 5 s ' ivli Q Q ,,.., Y s a -f 9 3 7 4, . K 3 ,,. iV,., K, a lii ? VEVA y Aj , opy ii f' ' l J - V ',,q114,Lm 551:41 7 za , Af I ' X AQ " - f- PM L ,g r U e,,'w5,wv1 A ,F ,yy w Sy 'Y fi, 4 Q L f . , 'iz " H f ,flu , ' 1 154' V ' ii, - U3 I -W ff W1 " " V- Sophomores Are Active june Belton Ann Blair Randy Bolejack Carolyn Bowden David Bradshaw john Brewer Peggy Brewer Tommy Cain ,N X I S is C E i h ..-is -is ns. - as xi ' layra Q .K gwly rf . K 2 .. ,,: L. -1 A.. -5 -, .. J bw-ff -53 ,gf Q in 3.-gg X 1 Q f Q :E .,.- ,-i. ii lyi ,S A X Q? Q Q1 - Ssfafafy K va-H ?, v . , ,fi f - , Q ag, 4 2 5 ,,,,, f3,7Qgf cc' VE imfwsf f V fi 1 f 4 L J m 1 4 1 f W ,J ,Q M ,f 1 2' 9 P9 - .f : -Rm ,af V f 2 .Ea . 2 J! i 'x w 5 rr Y sf H. 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"" 1 Larry Craig Candy Cummings Ann Dowdy Patsy Edington Virginia Ellington Kay Ellis Becky Farrington Marlene Farrington Roxie Fowler Wayne Fowler Patricia Gann Sheila Gann Kay Gardner Beverly Gray Steve Crutchfield Kenny Doss 66 I Freida Hughes Marie Humphrey john Gray jane Griffin Burnie Gunn Brenda Hamm Ronnie Hancock Sally Hardin Sandra Harlan Brenda Hawks Carolyn Hendrix Diane Hodgkins Carolyn Hooker Mary Hudson David Hunter Linda Idol -FRG Joann jam es Walter james A V 5 Q .1 A rro, 58 Q4 Larry james Ronnie Jessie f "fi "T Y 3 V .- f U4- ' f . ,fzraiilwf ,f I f " ffiwfii , ' 'VZ' ,:',,, 6 ' 1 If ,X f tp Awe K , ,V G fl ffffeif f ' , an Q if M X ' I f 4 , 5 12 " ff 11' e 2 A, an W. Mm, ,,, 9 is 2 , 2 'V 5' if V v1Momy,f f Wi ' ' 'Ma , 14113: , nf, , VW, V fx :J iw, 2 4 ff 'KT' 4 52 Organizations, Clubs, Honor Sociefy Q, gy, ' W. ,,, 5,ik Us f ' L4 ' W, M M o,, ,J M I ' 4 U i s 5' V In M,-,mg I' A, 1 ' f' ' ' 2 V V ,. 5, n f wx ', wi! 1az,',:: : Z' QSTW: , 4 , aw.. ,, ,, ,L iq 4 v W1 , 4, 2573551 V tk tm H F f ,, gawk J ff as N 5, 5 'fv.,W,,,,Q2z ' f f , Q 4 if J 1 A ,, ff 5 ff 7' f Sw Henry jinette Debbie Johnson Eddie johnson jo johnson Reid Kendrick Tommy Kota Harold La Rue Dorothy Ledford Ruby Ledford Dale Lee Sonny Lee Sue Lester Andy Lewis Judy Lovings Jean Marshall Pam McGee Cindy Mears Freddie Michaux Gerald Moore J. B. Moore Provide A Challenge for Sophomores Steve Morgan Sylvia Morgan Bruce Morris johnny Morton Gail Motsinger Gary Mounce Donald Nelson Neal Nelson Billy North Ruby Nuckles Vickie Osborne Nancy Overby Pam Gwens Ellen Page W. I. Parrish Wanda Parrish Jerry Paschal ' Mary Pearson Stanley Pegrand Sybil Pegram X- .2i' fl ,1 If 'fa 17 ,, . ,, HW. F' 2 M . Y + .Balls 12' if X f X K W f V . OW N , vi M WH ff f ,iw f 1 3 W X X f , gf s x X A lg 2 X 2554 f f gg X ' f wry V ,fiafuw 2 3:4214 f' T 4 l V! X ' L W2 X gig g f A yi? YZ , Q ff H ,QE SV gf if 7 K7 XX 1, 7 ,:.,,: -flr H 244,135 fl. . -,fl ..,. , ' sf aaa nw uf . , A 4 3 h 7 X V '7 ,, Ji' 3' -774 , f 15' - fs 'W if lss A gag! - Mg, , W SE n K W V , 1 ' In an I. W J ll A f in , QNIWVLM, V in Y"' ' ' f 4 W X ff' :':' 'Lj??i?4li,?ff3'f?zQ, ,gif ffl, 'MZ' 69 - 3? ' nf . f W 4 ,. AW V F X s-My f mx , 4? M f I f . , g 1 fi U, W 'P at 4 , 0 2, gf I ..,,,i., WM? f 41 ff,,:r?f 221-:,.: .. ' P' ,V if I ' 'Www ,moz 1 ' "'..: S, f U ,,Qf 7 M1 ff' ,V FZ. 'E "St v iz, vt 7 , f 'wi if f xv 4 , K, sn, A W if v,,, . f x ,QM ,f ,w wf I .,. We ,esiffmin 5' mg fr iffy 'Xi Qs 7 wa il f Lx,k J . .P si. Q .x 5. 5 r r , S L , W.. Larry Pritts Sybil Plaster Kenneth Pope Mike Pratt Bryson Preston Sherrill Preston Bobby Price Nancy Privette Danny Pruitt Jerry Pruitt Rita Pruitt Gregory Quick Mike Reece Carolyn Roberts on Linda Robertson Second Year of Northwest Ernestine Robinson Euphrobia Robinson Eddie Scarl ette Powell Shelton Barry Pilkenton Proves fo Susan Shelton julie Simmons Caesar Smith be o Rewarding One jerry Smith Sharon Smith R onald S outhard Robert Southern Spencer Southern Garland Stack Buck Stafford Diane Stanley johnny Stevens Judy Stigall Carol Swink Gwyn Sykes Georgia Thore Bonnie Tucker Brenda Tuggle jimmy Turkette 1 ,QRS f Q h M f 1 ' f ff 42 X X 225 4 .f f 2 f ,fzQ,3,,3,,f, ' s z ,MM 0, 74. ,,,,,, M 2 if , tariff 'X XX Kwik X xx sg F wee Q gr xi S is 3 E. . gif-1 f fr'ffYii1 Xie Larry Tuttle Pat Walker Bonnie Williams Brenda Winfree ,t fi YQ Steve Tuttle Ruth Warren Kendall Williard Susie York . .,. K- Xtseb, . ,A es Q X X Q X m x X fs x is Nbr Sophomores Take Port Terry Voss James Wells Ricky Wilson Becky Walker 1 at S MHS X X X Q X QERNX X X six r 'Nt r . is .,.o.,s X J X KW Ronnie Young Polly Whitaker Susan Wilson Christine Atkins . sw 5 wi. ' M- ,in 1 - 2245? -Sk . i . .Ei . .L . e: Ji! T 1 gi. I .Sail f K X Xi 1. Jf Mft , ff ,mae . """5 4 Debbie Baker Tony Joyner Wayne Loggins In Driver's Educofion --.,,-S-kwsh xma.w1w.1-,mwkgf . A - ,nwffh s qi , V 2 , K Y 'Nr Freshman Sponsors f? W. .Q , Pike-f'A L E. ' 1 W- 'f VQWVY4. ,H " 5 w ., K, Freshman Class Officers President JIMMY YORK V. President DONNA OZMENT Secretary BOBBY SANDS ,fu 5 fl .X MR STUCKEY MRS, TRIVETT MRS, HICKEY, MRS. CARLBERG, MISS EVERHART, , , , MR NELSON 74 T? 4 Four Yeor Journey Af Northwest Sheila Chrisman David Craig Betsy Dean William Dean Martin Decker Marie De Graff Linda Dick Bill Donnell Tony Dowdy Donnie Dowell Dure ne Dye Barbar a Edwards Danny Edwards Carl Eller Merle Ellis Jimmy Flynt Janice Ford Sylvia Friddle Wanda Fulk Cindy Gamble Linda Gauldin Katie Glascoe Curtis Goforth Rex Gossett Rachael Griffin lll' , ff: , I H-W- '5 1 " , ,g wwf 5 .,., .. ,rr ,L fy ., W 1 292 l 1 if if , f f X rf 7 f Jef DJ Lfgy aw 2' 4 6 ffl 5 .2 X 9 5 if 2 I fi Brenda Abernathy Beverly Clearley 1 a s',, 1 'W-.cs W, -Q, 5 S f X fe M W A . .wi 4 Freshmen Prove To ,Q Y A ,SN Q V 'Q S My 9 :W-in Rwypvl I A - .,,,, if . e 5 at l as 'V as J " e e' J' 2 J' fr J' is " e it if 'Q J ":Li' J J I 4 55m ,zgeaafrf 1 ' fa , 521 3 gr ' , 2 at ' ww, if V 1 , , , E 9 yd , at 3 W 4 Vi 'Q v , , 1 ff if M if 3 J W ,-ffl' 1 ' 4 sg E J J W , f'-, 'M' Q If is eee Q, e J ,. dd 4, ' , . ,' A ,aww f a, f ,. 5 Q V sv. J f ee ee Q J C K H , J liiffkay ,K I , 4, ,jizz , If '- ' X - it ' fm , Q Diane Jones 3 il , Beverly Kelly ee e f H fp ,ey ' ' J eeee J C e,,ff 1 X JL! 4 76 Richard Gourley Jeanette Hackett Carolyn Hanks Bobby Hardin Bill Harlan Sarah Hicks Charles Higgins Joy Hodgkins Judy Hohn Wally Holder Linda Holland Garland Holt Roxie Hudson Annette Hunsucker George Hunsucker Debbie Hutchings Frank lddings Kathy Idol Larry Jackson Cheryl James Robert James Fred Jessup Janet Jessup Dennis Johnson Nancy Johnson Super Salesmen In Candy Drive Richard Krusinski Dian Lawrence jimmy Leggett Deborah Lincoln Kenny Linville David Marshall Freddie Marshall Gail McGee jerry Mills Larry Mitchell D. L. Morgan Tommy Murphy Kathy Musten Stephen Neal Craig Newell Kathleen Nuckles Terry Otwell Donna Ozment Vickie Parrish Michael Paschal Wanda Pass Gloria Patterson Travis Pearman Blakely Pearson Betty Pegg Shirley Killingsworth Larry Knight . - ,.f ,, 5. . W , 'V " V"' 47 4, l Z? J 3' , my if ' 2 if ff f p 45 ry ,S Q E: ii' ff W2 W 1, '7 3' 77 Q , X -,if X ' R' ,sf Ex, rf '2 K f . 'I if my M4 Wg i Q? T, f ,R X i ,S 5 I ,, li W f f an 1 3. ,gf 7 3,. Y . 5' ., fl- ky 2 f J ,, Z L L ' Carolyn Pegram Robert Phelps Charles Pilson Pamela Price Janice Ray Louis Reece Mark Richardson Allen Rippy Carl Robertson Boyd Rogers Paulette Robinson Bobby Sands Wanda Sapp Linda Scott Edward Sechrest Cheryl James and .lecmeffe Smufh ' V Carl Shelton X if , f ,ef f -v , , T V 7 VVVVV M Leonard Shelton yy b y Ronnie Shelton at E, sg 1 a W X . , , .. i A: zll My it W X , H Q 1 'Y' r,,' 'V 'iff' ,sg M1 f- It ,, I ff Z5 f 5 f .,2'A Q ff 3 I an 78 Sarah Shields jerry Simmons Kenneth Simmons Bonnie Simpson Brenda Smith Fred Smith james Smith Jeanette Smith Johnny Smith johnny Smith Alex Spencer David Stack junior Stevens Randy Stewart Shirlie Suggs joe Harvey Thacker, Ir. Frances Tilley Clinton Tucker Ronald Tucker Karen Tuttle Patsy Smith Richard Smith Terry Smith Q AQ Q W if f f H ff 5 3 gf ' 2 X t , ,, ,1,, at A . , . My , Vyziy f H fl , II5 I , ., liz: ,i ff Elected Homecoming Representatives Lee Vernon Shelby Vernon Catherine Wallace Joyce Warren Larry Watson Ronny Welborn Brenda Welchel Marshal Welchel joan Wells William Wells Bruce Westmoreland Richard Westmoreland Amie Whitaker Henry Williams De Vane Williard .air 7 ? 5 f 79 , , , f ' r" va : if 'i, ,ffilffl 2 V ' , W , , , . ,. .' V , ,, fix, v I . 1 3 B , H 3.555 y ft M i MK it 2 af A7 Z 5 4 x' f 1 4 aaa 1 ,, kg "" zrfwf 4 X , . ' his? KVVLVV -- ff V A T ' 'QT' 2 'va' A gl 4 iv, , ,,f.- A , . F iw 'L A 3 or 4-' in 2 E 6 M f Jimmy York Elected Class President 5 3 if ,fi 4' T if F 'uw-L ' 5 1 , , eq gf 2 lf. -ay 'QW ""' an V I .5 5 . - ,M A ff - , 5? .,-We an 7 4. f ..., 'fm T Va. f fi, f ,yy JM V ff , Q. 'R Q 5 QQ? ,gi A 5 '5 X i Doris Wilson David Winfree Jennifer Winfree 4-.J fn, 'UW 80 Z 4 ,V ip, I3 , 45 if Q v 41" V as . ,,, il' 'Y E 4 P W ,J 1 X ii, fy! iffy ,, 2 6! 43 0 'HF 'xl ef M A Terry Winfree jane Wray James York Elizabeth Yount Brenda Atkins Sherry Comer Jerry Ballard Linda Atkins Barry Hall Kay Hedrick David jones Arnold Lawrence Wade Loggins Betty Jean Shields Faye Shough Barbara Gail Shular Sandra Tuttle Bertha Williard Bobby VV'ray Roger Wright Freshmen Toil Away Y XX K X x -N if , ly 'X ' 4 XX NK ff K1 hg,WbgxgA ff S Jia zgh 1. ,f me. 1 M e Q 1e,,.. i .1 f' 1 QsUf...,. T1 " - lvwgwihgw 4 2 A-eq! If-rmikxlqv - i ,fjf A35 'if f?Nt7hm,,f X':' wx Q we i ,,.f74,:ml-, V I k faire! blip- -QQ,-fly ajax, Q, , ii f , Vi,,,f, A7 fm, f VVQ' ' SJ' "', 5 , , e 53 93.3 'Q A 1 ,fjS,V 1? K 1 'BL Ar 3 A Take time fo be friend if is the road fo happiness. lm. 13 E .KN Activities The presidents of each charter club make up the member- ship of the Inter-Club Council. They regulate and co- ordinate the clubs' activities, and strive to promote the aims and goals of each club. Student Council Leads School Through .. L, yguyg ,X..1 U ,- - F 1- ..., Q.. , v 5 l 'mm' I 'E , .., Wmmm.-I r . kwa , 1 I .. I . 8 S s,.a,,,M.t.,,ss-wsu! ' , .iwix X f - .,, rift'-gili..-'wiiirsfilgilzf sf 'sf , as .--'N Qfst J, x +I' fvys' + ff ja., A' ' w b Q wi 'fir " ey fs-SP ,Ss ,x,.,vEi5,'1-"x,,s56-:.,.- as fag.-ei, ,. N asia' ,lk ,P .A ,. N' Q8 ' .aw we xr' sf' A Qs , is , First Row: Stewart, Pegram, Coleman, Apple, Walker, Row: Fields, Gauldin, Griffin, Idol, Tucker, l-ledgecock, Williams, Lester, Belton. Second Row: Pope, Stevens, Richardson. Fourth Row: Crutchfield, Decker, Cooper, Stack, Collins, North, Higg i ns, Welborn, Kota, Fentrcss. Third Cook, Richardson, Edgington, Reid. john makes morning announcements. . . 'il' 'Zy- 44 Christmas dance in the making! 1,311 - Successful Year The Student Council, organized to help govern the school and to st i m ul ate interest in student affairs and activities, sponsored the Christmas dance. It strives to secure and main- tain high st andard s of scholarship, promote better school spirit, to foster closer co-operation between stu d e nt s and faculty, and create opportunities for training in leadership and citizenship. President of '65 takes oath. Committee compiles scrapbook. Spring election plans underway. Sponsor - Mrs. I-Iickeyg Sec. - Ann Higginsg Vice Pres. - Curtis Fentressg Pres. - John Richardson. 85 Pictures taken, layout made, copy written, deadlines met. . . When the drive to meet the deadlines has been relaxed, the anxiety begins. Have we done our job to the best of our ability? Have we given you a book which you will appreciate now and in the years to come? We have tried to interpret the s chool year as you, the student, see it, and it is our earnest hope that our endeavors have been successful. l .. www sa., Viking ls be ci. ,A gi x A xx, Q an-, ,--...Asn 4 x Xtx' "ig ,wg N' X :gg .S , W A Li. 1 42 ,V i W U ,, " M . ' A Li: ' f ' "f, , i fi' fwfr H -Q... A ft VV-V', ,n , a I - I gg mf 'JE' P- W '-... ,,,L 1 K 7 K .,?" 'J In Viking is proofread before going to press. Katie and Donnie seek ideas for copy. ,, .af-f' :N ,,,, Q Staff plans pictures and copy according to Viking layout. Viking Staff of 1966: Editor- Robin Declaerg Asst. Ed- itor-Billy Bowmang Bus. Mgr.-Judy Mabeg Advt. Mgr. -Joan Moenkhausg Cir. Mgr. -Wanda Sherron. ...ll I if i yiyy y i'la'51'P,y, iff 1' 'wean Q y r Evidence Of Mony Hours Of Work Editor- Katie Fields, Asst. Editor- Donnie S hi e ld s, Business Manager- Phyllis Woodside, A d v e rt i s i n g Manager- Linda "' 1 xx L I x 41 A-5 X 6 wg -,,..uu- -r A-l.,lhm', g Q '.'A ff "W -N Managers count money from sale of ads and sub- scriptions. ff, Overby, Circulation Manager-Brenda Pegram, Sponsor-Miss Betty Everhart. Faye Ledbetter, Judy Price, and Ann Lester type copy for yearbook. 87 Barque Presenfs Readers With Up-To-Date News Editor, Lynn Cumings, and Asst. Editor, jane Sharon consult advisor of Barque. Selecting articles for the Barque. K X405 - I l at ii 1 1 Ill Business Manager-Becky Northg Art Editor- Sharon Terrellg Sports Ed- itor-Cheryl Rippyg Advertising Editor- Tootie Tuckerg and Feature Ed- itor-Darla Steele. Proofreading galley sheets takes time! The Barque, Barquette, and P. T. A. Newsletter are pub- lished as a school service by the students of the journalism class. This year the staff has striven for higher standards in publication by having the newspaper printed by an offset printing press. The staff is happy to have served the students and community of Northwest this year. 88 'Up RX The fiI'1iSh9d PFOCIUCK Of the P- T-A- HCWS' Staff inspects the finished product-a job well done. letter. ...tv L ' no L' 'fiEi,,,..lf xx S W " Q, ,f-""Z fi ' .l . - Another community service by Barque Staff, the P. T. A. Finish the dummy sheets--we go to press the newsletter. 1812115 89 ,A President Brenda Pegram W 31' Sec . - Treas. Linda Overby data I 'G Vice- President Linda Mayberry Reporter Pamela Walsh Belo Club Holds Annual lncluclion The National Beta Club is to promote the ideals of hon- esty, service, and leadership among the highschool students, to reward achievement, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Harris. Lynn Cummings taps a new member. w ffl a' First Row: M o r t o n, M. Cummings, Pringle, Morphis, Pope, L. Cummings, Lee, W. Williams, jinnette, Stack. Second Row: Ford, Styers, Mayberry, Snyder, Trawick, L. Williams, Mabe, Marshall, B. Pegram, Overby. Third Row: Lewis, Forrest, Stafford, Garrett, Collins, Angel, Southard, R. Richardson, Smith, Zdunczyk, Redmon, Higgins. Fourth Row: J. Peg- ram, Morgan, Collins, Walsh, J. Richardson, S. Pegram. K v f Wi . Q 5 ages --.: ..t' f s P Honor Society ls Sfeeped In Trodifion Martha 'mis President Larry Jessup taps Susan Character, ,,': leadership,,scho1arship, land service are the qualities of theiigstud ents who achieveiaceeptance into the National Honor Society. There was an impressive candlelight ceremony held at the beginning of the year for the induction of new members. The club is sponsored by Miss Fulp. 1, MW A 1 , if " I , ,VVA Ev ,E-gm K 1 -I 4 I. - .. 'Q ' V wwf 4 Vice- President Lynn Tucker Secretary Treasurer Reporter Emily Tucker Larry Tucker Darla Steele First Row: Jessup, Bowman, Smith, Kota, Robertson, Angel. Second Row: Tucker, B e 1 t o n, Stack, Id ol, Steele, Robinson, Wood. Third Row: Tucker, Little, Tucker, Stack, Duncan, Crutch- field, Cooper. Fourth Row: Fields, Lemon, Sharon, M o e nk h a u s, Decker. Mabe, jinnette. Jr Civineffes and Civifcms Render The junior Civinette and Civitan Clubs are now in their third year of service at Northwest High. They have continued their policy of encouraging good citizenship and rendering service to both school and community. One of the service projects, sponsored by the Civinettes and Civitans, was pro- viding clothes and foodto the needy in the communityduring Christmas. Sponsor-Mrs. Rose Sidbury First Row: Pegram, Griffin, Hedgecock, Cummings, Satter- field, Morphis, Terrell, McCrorie, York, Shelton, Tucker, Collins, Sharon, Overby, Steele. Second Row: Higgins, Idol, Cooper, Crutchfield, Robinson, Robertson, Snyder, Angel, Moenkhaus, May- berry, L e m m o n s, Woodside, Tucker. Third Row: Young, Walsh, McGee, Forrest, Atkins, Wood, North, Dowdy, Sherron, Garrett, Mabe, Decker, Fields, Cooper, Little. , sisassjs gi, Ci vi n e t t e s plan "Miss Happy Hollow Hick" program. Services fo School ond Community F o'oL s LLL. TY Q. 'jj G, V. 'PI First Row: Williams, Tucker, Jessup, Moore, Preston, Price, Pegram, Williams, Wray, Shields Fourth Row Stacl-c,Pegram, Cottrell, Coleman. Second Row: Marshall, Bowman, Apple, Cook, Smith, Turner. Fifth Row Fenu-ess, Styers, Lee, Kota Price, Gamble, Cummings, Ford. Third Row: Stevens, Morgan, I Donnie discusses plans for Civitans with sponsor, Mr. Bowman. Civitans plan "Battle of the Bands. ' President- Donnie Shields, Vice-President- Larry Tucker, Sec.-Tres. -Lawrence Coleman, Sgt- At-Arms- Bob Wray, Chaplain- Lynn Cummings. Various Clubs Sponsor gas' , The Foreig n Language Club tries to promote a better understanding of different countries, the people, language, and the customs. The club has created enthusiasm by arranging interesting bulletin boards, enc o ur ag in g the members to correspond with people from other cotmtries, and forming a choral group to study foreign music. Left to right: Little, Preston, Jessup, Dowell, Lemmons, jinnette, Smith, Kirk, Redmon, Mabe, Kota, Trawick, Marshall, Zdunczyk, Forrest, Terrell, Bowman, Baker, Mabe, Shreve, Humphrey, Jessup, Ford, Southern, McCrorie, Tuttle, Cray, Cain, Winkler, Hagler, Crutchfield, COOP'-313 G0UY1eY: Garrett: MT- Bennett: Morton: President-Becky North, Vice-President-Phyllis Little, DQCIWY, JOIWSOH, AUUH5, Newell- Sf?-1151391 Pegfams Price: WHY: Secretary- Susan jinnette, Representative-Sharon Mabe, Beeson, Merritt, Mabe, Dodson, Sharon, Apple, Shelton, Ten-611, Mary Lee Beeggn. North. First Row: Humphrey, Preston, Payne, Belton, Morris. Second Row: Shular, Stigall, Hutchins, Pass, Morphis, Nuckles, Stigall, Calloway, Morton, Snyder, Hagler, Richardson. Third Row: jones, Morgan, McGee, Cobb, Angel, lkookbank, Stafford, Pell, Brinkley, Young. President-Barbara Brinkley, Vice-President- Randall Humphrey, Secretary-jo Calloway, Tre asurer- Carolyn Stig all, Representative- judy Stigall, Parli a mentari an-Wanda Stafford, Librarian- Mrs. Graham. Li b r a r y workers check out magazines for students. i izfailfil Activities For School 4 , gr, . 31 ' E: ge- K - L ' it - 1 . . , x ... -Q it 1 s i A First Row: Wanda Stafford, Tommy Atkins, Randall Humphrey. Second Row: Darla Steele, Katie Fields, Angela Fogleman, Larry Jessup, Carolyn McCrorie. The debate team sponsored a falltalent show for the pur- pose of sending some of the debators to a debate clinic this summer. The show, "Kaleidoscope", provided great fun and entertainment for all those who attended. Mrs. Tibbals spon- sors the debate team and the Thespians. The Thespian's main objective is to advance standards of excellence in dramatic arts. First Row: Sharon Terrell, Robert Kota, John Smith. Second Row: Lynn Tucker, Randall I-lumphrey, Susan Jinnette, Penny Jessup. Third Row: Larry Jessup, Billy Bowman, Carolyn Hooker, Betty Wall. Fourth Row: Johnny Turner, Ann Dowdy, Darla Steele. V Bus Drivers Exercise Safety SITNOUL SUS Sponsor-Mr. Bennett, Treasurer-Sandra Clinard, Secretary-Diane Hunter, Vice-President-Tootie Tucker, President-Larry Stack. Students prepare to le a ve for the journey home. The phrase "They get us there safely" can easily refer to the bus drivers at Northwest. They have been recognized for their low a c c i d e nt record and safety precautions. Without these responsible p e ople to drive our buses, transportation would be difficult. Students arrive, rain or shine! SCMODL BUS First Row: Gray, McCormick, Coleman, Cottrell,jessup, Hohn. Cummings, Stack, Pegram, Donnell. Fourth Row: Tucker, Second Row: Payne, Hunter, Clinard, Tucker, Wood, Brookbank, Belton, Williams, Pegram. Cummings. Spencer. Third Row: Pa g e, Merritt, Williams, 96 Monogram Club Boosfs Sportsmanship President- Garfield Apple, Vice-President- Tommy Price, Secretary- Dianne Hunter, Treasurer-Judy Price, Reporter- Tootie Tucker. The varsity lettermen of the Northwest monogram pledge themselves to the promotion and betterment of athletics at Northwest High School. They encourage the members in their school work and set an example of good sportsmanship and conduct. Sponsors: Mr. Bennett, Mr. Nelson, Miss Broad, Mr. Coble, Mr. Bowman, Mr. Wilson. Football stadium reaches completion. First Row: Bowman, Pegram, Nelson, Zdunzyk, Long, Cummings, York, Jessup. Second Row: Pegg, Humphrey, Morphis, Shelton, Tucker, Linville, Jeanette. Third Row: Gray, Kiser, Morgan, Pegram, Hackett, Styers, Mills, Morgan. Fourth Row: johnson, Pearson, Dowdy, Farrington, Beeson, Rippey, Fentress, Richardson, Hamm, Lawrence. Fifth Row: Gray, Collins, Wilson, Gardner, Collins, Beeson, Thompson. Sixth Row:Pope, Holland, Cook, Voss, Redmond, Ctunmings, Futrell, Scott. Seventh Row: Rice, Marbert, Oaks, Angel, Little, Kennedy, Gray, Tucker, Tucker, Hunter, Kirby, Price. Eighth Row: Lamb, Clinard, Price, Stack, Beeson, Morphis, Ledbetter. Ninth Row: Atkins, Woodside. Tenth Row: johnson, McCormick, Cottrell, Collins, Price. vit Ps- FHA Pro mofes A Growing Appreciofion Pyrofax winners search for prize-winning recipes. ., 'H V Vf As an integral part of the homemaking program, Future Homemakers of America provides opportunities for students to have additional experiences in planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking. The over all goal of the organization is to help individuals improve personal, family, and community living, now and in the future. joyc e Stack e placed fourth in the nation in a National Baking Contest. IWW: .v All " "-fag ' 6, ' 5 5,4 'A 1 I 5 .. x , i, vw i""fJi,x Mrs. Godwin works hard to prepai- future roles as homemakers. e gir af" F r e sh m e n girls demonstrate sewing tech- niques. First Row: DeGraff, Farrington, Whitaker, Dovvdy, Cox, Belton, Farrington, Smith. Second Row: Idol, Patterson, Smith, McGee, Chandler, Marshall, Thore, Winfree, Walker, IS for Smith, Lester, Stigall. Third Row: Yount, Warren, Gauldin, Barrow, Idol, li-ewer, Lovings, Griffin, Holland, Ray, Iddings, Swink, Edgington, Young, Overby, Fulk, Hackett, Hicks, Welchel, Gray, Tilley, Apple. 98 Of Homemoking .lo ,.'. V President-Nancy Overby, Vice-President- Patsy Edgington, Secretary- Treasurer-Ann Dowdy, Parliamentarian-Pam McGee, History- Sally Apple, Song Leader-Jean Marshall, Representative-Sue Lester, Rec. Chairman-june Belton. ii. If-df 9 6 Jw sr, 1 B v- , l A , ff y, W f1?5f2i2:,k ll fr 1: 'fl Jffff ul 'i iff? WW? ff A WL. Q Joyce pre pa re s to go to Chicago for National Bakmg Contest. K .lf 5 xl, .,.... f ,gtg at. Guess what we're having for dessert! 99 Bring on the food! y M , A 3 , Ai:1lA,fA J , AAA,A , Y n7 ,y y , M W W , 4 ,JM I ' ' hh, V, g..w Front: Morgan, Smith, Williard, Gray, Angel, Jessie, I-lunsucker, Lawrence, Reece, Page, Oakes, Hollins, Southern, Southern, Fields, T u c k e r, Wray, Coker, Doss, Br a d s h a w, Smith, Crutchfield, Sands, Jessup, Brewer, Hancock. Center: Williams, Ballard, Johnson, Mabe, Covington, Payne, Pratt, Gann, Wright, Pruitt, Atkins, Stevens, Kendrick, Pegram, Childress, Williard, Eller, Eller, Shelton, Southern, Bull, Atkins, Pegram, Winfree, FFA Students Achieve 5 i.-X , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, r ,,tr rrr r it pp .K ..t..,. e ' 'N T i y . il A - tsisi- '7 . 1 .7 I xx' President- Roger Southern, Vice-President-William Page, Sentinel-Bob Wray, Representative-Ray Parrish, Treas- urer-Mickey Pegram, Secretary-Gerald Rierson. IO0 Michaux, Moore, Nelson, Johnson, Linville, jones, Southern, Iddings, Marshall, Pilson, Stafford. Rear: Fulton, Bolejack, Anderson, Venable, Lewis, Westmoreland, Mills, Bolejack, Shelton, Winfree, Baker, Welch, Murphy, Andrews, Ballard, james, Southern, Thacker, Spencer, King, Holland, Nelson, Tuggle. Through Learning The purpose of the Future Farmers of America is to prac- tice brotherhood and develop qualities of leadership that a future farmer should posse ss. This year they have built a cattle shed, concession and scoring booth, and propagated plants among other projects. Watch yotu' step ! .w 12,4 ...QC FFA sponsors, Mr. Comer and Mr. Williams, inspect fence. FFA boys work with plants in the greenhouse. And 50: We must feed f-he COWS !, Agriculture class works to finish broadcasting stand Black angus calves purchased by the agriculture stu- dents are fed a well-balanced diet. FBLA Promofes lnferesf In Business First Row: Gossett, West, Robertson, Hutchins, Ledbetter, Lester, Motsinger, Dowell, Walker, Winfree. Second Row: Suggs, Gray, Lemmons, Stack, Brown, Phelps, Westmoreland, Morgan, Hardison. Third Row:j. Fulp, S. Fulp, Holbrook, Stafford, Combs, Rogers, Rierson, Hunsucker, Mabe, Price s F. B. L. A. sponsors, Miss Engle and Mr. Bowman, read about developments in business world. Ann Lester. Fourth Row: Reid, Southard, Taylor, Apple, Coleman, Cummings, Edgington, Johnson, McCormick, Cottrell. Fifth Row: Dodson, Mabe, Dowell, Covington, Beeson, Young, Morton. ,gr President-Lawrence Coleman, Vice-President-Judy Price, Secretary-Diane Hunter, Treasurer- Lynn Stack, Parliamentarian-Lynn Cummings, Representative- lO2 The Future Business Leaders of America place emphasis on studying for a b usine s s career. To be a member of the club, each student must be enrolled in one business subject. The purpose of the organization is to develop leadership and to improve business relationships. FTA Prepores Sfudenfs For Teaching Profession I . -V . s fyfu ' W. fm 1 T , 4 lg... - K . 5.5 . .. s YH I ff,-"f .:,i sisqwr 4.5 3 1 -M Q 1, ' . 1' Ss yi? .sv- A , N. i -i , , Mm "7 1 i Tfxf is . gi ii ... Xl f A s . s, s X' . in Y 5 President-Jane Sharon, Vice-President-jane Morton, Secretary-Darla Steele, Treasurer-Cheryl Rippy, Historian-Martha Robinson, Parliamen- tarian-Barbara Brinkley. Sponsor: Mrs. Richardson First Row: Adcock, Shelton, Tucker, Jessup, Sharon, Morton, Lemmons, Thore, Beeson, Mears, Humphrey, Stanley, Osborne, Terrell, Steele, C. Apple, I-Iagler, Belton. Second Row: Pearson, Dowdy, Overby. Fourth Row: Brinkley, Cooper, Angel, Robinson, North, Lemmons, Daniel, Farrington, Shields, Rippy, Fogleman, Shreve, Wilson, Privette, Stack. Preston, S. Apple, McGee, Marshall. Third Row: Duncan, The F ut ure Teachers of America is an organization for students interested in the teaching profession. The club strix es to enlighten the prospective teachers of theirfuture ambition. At meetings various areas of teaching are discussed. 103 Bond auf-Jo, .4-wr W UP ,ff-1. cw W- l, ., l f di' N V' ,V M2131 . ,V ' Drum Major-Marvin Burton, Majorettes-Donna Shreve, Cindy Mears, Susan Wilson, Gardner, Walker, Marshall, Privette, Winfree, Holder, Wells, Bradshaw, Forrest, Price, Pegram, North, Smith fCornerJ, Musten, Stanley, Jessup, Wells, . viii. ,f-L A vw-..ff ff 'A-out OW" J fr. Murphy, Harlan, Fulp, Fowler, Donnell, Young, Redmon, Zdunczyk, Higgins, Angel, Barham, Page, Adcock, Gourley QCornerj, Dowell, Flynt, Smith, Linville, Merritt, Turkett, Lamb, jinnette, Harlan. ri ' The Band was extremely busy with practices and per- formances this ye ar. With new uniforms to spur them on, the members presented newer and better half-time entertainment at f o o t b all games. A Christmas concert was also presented for the school and community. Mofivofes Sp irif 'E ,ew-.. . .L in F' A WVU: V241 4 V'k' I sg mf -' si V'VV,, 1? fn ffm - H E 51 ,,ww4fff,,' , wmv MH, 7' "Come blow your horn. " . , 5. N . K K . - M w. ,N K ' Q gi ,Q SQ . A -af ,W F -S .X R Q' y ,. N ,Q W . Q , s . , s . A oF F f---v-M..M.S- A-' 's'H1 I nr: rn, M, ",!",l-id I-. i- ' ' m u 4 I l 1 W K' is X Q- : 1: ... - - N , , -A ' Q L., . A ,, . 1 X' -N -.-1 , T' -. If r-I in-I rl l bl Q-I QV rs gy T. Qt. 1 if life-W Q: - - - . 'Q Northwest is proud of its majorettes. Band members present a striking appearance in new uniforms Glee Club Develops Musicol Ability Altos rehearse for choral festival. ....,,.,,N-, Qlffzys - Iggy- In L7 'fl-f ',. 'W ,g v 2 W ' 'i if First Row: Hennis, Pringle, jinnette, Winfree, Sykes, Stigall, Morphis, Miss Ford, Calloway, Shields, Stafford, Linville, Rippy, Andrews, Belton. Second Row: Hutchins, Gann, Vernon, Taylor, Brookbank, Shular, Atchinson, Abernathy, Pegg, Williams, Hendrix, Bohannon, Bowman, Page, Harris, johnson, Winfree, Daniels, Lawrence. Third Row:Fowler, Brinkley, Angel, Morgan, Knight, Pruitt, Ozment, Gauldin, Blair, Hackett, James, Smith, Cobb, Shular, Oakes, Cummings, Rierson, Cottrell, Reece. Fourth Row: Kennedy, Suggs, Sykes, Hogkins, Killingsworth, Robertson, Sapp, Lawrence, Parrish, Peoples, West, Covington, Craig, Hall, Atkins, Crutchfield, Payne. Fast, st ac c a to music escaping from the choral room causes even the deadest feet to begin tapping. On a more serious side, religious songs which would captivate any audi- ence are also learned. The enthusiastic efforts of our choral students made the Christmas music program avery impressive and enjoyable one. .c QQ..E fi ,i's i -, , - ,. ,f.iE1--,,.,f.gsi i-,. . . "" 'E 5151 L, A jj - A K- fri,-2,355 g. , r t 1 as 1:11 ... J or . 4 L...- '- - i w , La- gi?-'Z' i ' fi 3 . s i' M fkik H . : - -. . si! 2 f 1 . ' 1 ' .M ,...,, . " .st L - Q ' .,,, g , f A Q lk, 6, i .... 1 , , - , -i Y at ax f 1 iv , im - , vqfllm l . . is s ,-:-.. - if in x 5 . ' f , ' ,W ,h N ,,,, ,,m,..,.,t N . g . K . K . . .Q -llsi 1 C C .- f s x g 43 YZ f l - lj x .. .,.t, 1-if., , K K ' -A-sf" --i X '- g nf if i 'Q er" K "-v 'Y x' ' 1. LL Soprano voices blend together. ' , 'rf Chorus le arns new song under the direction of Miss Ford. IO6 ,BMW may iam? DE And Sfomp Clubs Leorn By Doing Back Row: Sandra johnson- Treasurer, Margret Suggs- Assistant President, Mr. I-limter-sponsor, Lynn Stack- Pr e s i d e nt, Doris Li nd S e y-Vice-President, Ann Satterfield- Secretary. The Distributive Education Club has as its pur- pose furthering the welfare of its members by stim- ulating professional growth of students entering the field of distribution, and developing progressive leadership in educ ation through opportunities in marketing. They strive to develop skills in human relationships, encourage high ethical standards in business and industry, create and nurture an under- standing of our free, competitive enterprise system. Back Row: Kota, Smith, Jessup. Front Row: jinnette, Marshall. IO7 ling- Nm- First Rowslindsey, Gray, Satterfield, Suggs, Barham, Simmons. Second Row: Nelson, P. Johnson, S. johnson, James, Rice, Page. Third Row Iddings, Wall, Pratt, Stack, Harris, Mabe. Fourth Row: Rierson, Eller Duggins, Winfree, Ballard, Biggs, Craig, Tucker, Jessup, Cranford Venable, Bennett, Hohn, Payne, Southern. Larry and john look ., .. ..., ,7,.,t.i. K W ?'?sigi57'fff R i we . A -511511-i .57 1 ,.i,,,,. , i.,i.,.r,s,. iQe2:Hs3:.2,i ,--.firms ,111-,w's'1m-sf, . A 'Q-t over collection of stamps ll ,fl M b th 6 , af I-,Y 9,8 , -my . ', if . axe Xt, ' if 1 , , . 1- S i w E ,1 Q' tiff if "' .Mx ' in ' Q ' . i Q Q X s ,, . M , .. , . it 7 W . ,x 3' 7, I "F ,ME pil' First Row: Rierson, Bohannon, Calloway, Steele, Harris, Shreve, Fogleman, McCrorie, Morphis, Brookbank, Preston, Hedgecoclx, Fields. Second Row: james, Dowell, Holt, Westmoreland, Phelps, Stigall, Terrell, Richardson. Wood, Rippy, Kirby, North, Nelson, Higgins, I-Iodglmins. Third Row: Trawiclx, Fulp, Humphrey, Angel, Atkins, Jessup, Turner, Dodson, Edgington. IOS Dromofics Club The Northwest playmakers Seek to promote the appreciation of the dramatic arts, not only at school, but throughout the community. Not only do they p r o vi d e outstanding dra- matic works for community enjoyment but pro- vide experience for the talented members. President-Carolyn McCrorie, Vice-President- Sue Nelson, Secretary-Brenda Wood, Treasurer- Darla Steele, Sgt-At-Arms-Donna Shreve, Representative-Jeanette Preston. Basketball Belle Northwest starts a new tradition by selecting a "Basketball Belle. " Diane Hunter was honored by receiving this award. J. V. Boskefboll First Row: Miss Broad, Coach, Wallace, Manager, Hudson, Lawrence, Price, Cook, Friddle, jones, Simpson. Third Row Dean, Nuckles, Smith, Griffin, Pegram. Second Row: Mustin, Tuggle, Hackett, Farrington, Johnson, Bradshaw. J.v. , Cheerleaders i Jenniferwinfree, Cheryljarnes, Linda S c o t t, Linda Gauldin, Marie DeGraff. 3 109 N1 Fx xr ,rf i X . I- Ni 5 1 I V i ws. ,fer if N s , V ,K ws. gr, . A - f ,f ' 5,1 ,fxk Rei Xxx . , 1 xi? ,-KW! ,e J AA Qs., .V W M, R, .Q ,,,gff T f 2 f UQ ' 'fl if. 1 A 1 M 1,', A ,'.K 1 iam- s, f 1 :sfo s e if? i if X- '6 ' , 1 fx. ,.,. KX kit Us X 3 -.L 1' x he f Take time fo dream- Feofu res Dre ams are a part of everyone 's life and for this girl a dream has come true. From five senior girls whose pictures were sent to Hollywood, Mr. Dick Clark chose a girl who is an asset to the school and whose bright smile and witty per- sonality is known by everyone. Chosen to represent the Viking, We congratulate Sherry Morphis. V gr , .N,,, ., , 5? 452 , ,W ,,, if is hifching your wagon fo 0 sfor. fi 2 I fe' 2 gg 2 2' " 2 5 2 2 2 2 E 'C 2 ,,,f 5 1 Z , 2 , if if ,V K ? L 2 L ,, Q ' E , EN If f Q! N 'r imp S l i 5 4i ., 5 4 x ia X V441 Cheryfs Dream Comes True The festivities of Homecoming 1965 begnn with Ll Home- coming parade sponsored by the lmer-Club Council. The crowning of Miss Cheryl Rippy was Lhe highlight of the eve- ning. The football game with Sloneville ended with the Vikings victorious. The Homecoming dance was held after the game. The entire evening was one of much C X c i t em e nt that will be long remembered. 'Pk Az, . ,,.. z ,ov-f f 'F 5. Y - 5 J f 1' '-.mfg A Cheryl Rippy escorted by Garfield Apple. Homecoming Queen, Cheryl Rippy H2 2 5 4""x- ,X 1? fi Senior Attendant: Claudine Tucker escorted by Eddie Gamb p gg s M Q, ' P' aw, " V S E ff le. d b ' Dennis Beeson. junior Attendant: Nancy Idol escorte 5 Courf Of Beaufy Reigns W V1 inf' .f""l' FM junior Attendant: Dawn Linville escorted by Ted Southern ,,,, fs, ..-t x " N , I t -,U , f W-M,,, mf' tx' A, Sophomore Attendant ' ' Susan Wilson escorted by Bob Wray Sophomore Attendant Candy Cummings escorted by johnny Morton A ,Q ff M,,gn-wen Freshman Attendant Cheryl james escorted by Terry Smith N in L If 5 4235 , Freshman Attendant A-Aff "Wi, Jeanette Smith escorted by Ricky Westmoreland t Kai II4 Homecoming Evenfs . . . 1964 A ' rr 'sg-Q ff L M"""--.,,ff' +G l . . M ' fffdi.-Nl 4 , , 4-A .4 A " A ' ,. ' 1' Q 'N ik, 1 ' - 4 e l , N, 1 Homecoming court rides on float made by junior Civitans and Civinettes. 6. 2 1 i 5' 1' K K f fig L7 ,,, 'L Margaret Holland, 1963 Queen, Crowne Cheryl. Queen and Court lead Homecoming Dance 1 l5 X s 5 -f ,V F' - W I Oufsfonding Abilifies Bring Honors Miss D. A.R., representing good citizenship, is selected at the end of the junior year from the rising senior class. The faculty elects one to be awarded this honor. The junior marshals are the students of the juni or class with the highest academic average. Their average consists of the grades earned during the first two and one half years of high school. Miss D. A. R. Darla Steele isisss junior Marshals: Katie Fields, Martha Robinson, David Angel, Chiefg Emily Tucker, Lynn Tucker, Larry Stack. I I6 Ploymokers Present "Night Of January 76" 4-ff The attorneys approach the Honorable Judge. HQ, I l -. 1 in I N, K -Lu. 51-gi' Curtain call! District attorney questions strip-tease artist. ,,-.. E Larry comforts the defendant. Witness takes oath. Cibunilillv Court remains peaceful during recess Cast: Sandra Bohannon, Jeanette Preston, Larry Cottrell, Sue Dowell, jimmy Cummings, Darla Steele, Larryjessup, Cheryl Rippy, johnny Turner, Donna Shreve, David Angel, Tommy Atkins, Ann Higgins, Carolyn McCrorie. jimmy receix es smiles as he rehearses a humorous line. student director The seniors pract1ce a scene of their play, "Lost Horizons. X t, Cindy Mears reigns as "Harvest Queen. " bingo. Harvest Festivities Are Exciting L The Harvest Festival, featuring a queen and talent show, was sponsored by the P.T.A. in the fall. A sock hop and bingo was enjoyed after the talent show. Harvest Court: First Row-Kathy Idol, Sue Lester, Ruth Warren, Lynn Stack, Vicki Morphis, Jennifer Winfree, Cindy Apple. Second Row-Norma Gail Cook., Judy Stigall, Patricia Gann, Sherry Morphis, Lynn Tucker, Debbie Lincoln, Gail Forrest. Third Row-Dawn Linville, Jeanette Hackett, Cindy Mears, Lynn Kirby, Carole Atkins, Jeanette Smith, Judy Gossett, Margaret Suggs. Parents and students enjoy playing . 1, Yu - -. . , i X .. Chrisfmos Queen Of 7964 Miss Lynn Stack 120 Christmas Dance Sparkles N.H.S. With .lay On December 19, the Student Council sponsored the annual Christmas Dance. Following the theme "Silver Bells", the cafeteria was beautifully decorated for the fe s t ivi ty. The main feature of the dance was the crowning of Lynn Stack as Christmas Queen. Music was furnished by the "Five Satans". 727 xwffliffl X 'lf , 4 ?,55 it ' Q ff.: -are .Q zyil kxV,, , a,tt,t V gf' M6 wifi! Xt? s fm. qvnfwf Q Ai L-. snty 1 'J K7 All Q I 1 Decorations in the process of being made. Lynn was a beautiful and charming queen. Q: im all The silver bell is htmg before the big event. The Christmas spirit fills the conference room 121 K X. lf! , i an Take time fo ploy- 1-4 The athletic department has provided exciting and en- joyable sports for the students and spectators throughout the year. They have met each oncoming game with great en- thusiasm and spirit, We have always been proud of our Vikings, no matter what the score. The value of competing with others has been immeasurable. Principles of good sportsmanship and fair play have constantly been stressed. X... t , 't't t..tl k,y prkk- Y-V5 j f- 1, Xi- X i'f' ff -, ,J i sf"ll'il Q,,,,, "" w fl f lg yt,i, ymfl 'fjvffq .47 ff ? f ,QR 1 ' Vik t 1 A fyg. -Bef' t tg gf! J ' 'fe 15 1 rs fhe secref of perpefucal youfh X- jfffi Q 2 ii! X W ij? Q J Athletics Are An Essential First Row: Paul Brewer, Carol Broad, Horace Bennett. Second Row: Millard Coble, Faber Bowman, Glenwood Wilson, Roger Nelson. We-V .lA A r e Mr. Wilson's thoughts on fo otb all strategy? The varsity basketball players of 1964-65 are introduced to the student body. l24 Advanced P. E. boys help to keep themselves in shape by playing basketball. Puri Of Northwest The members of the golf team get good exercise while re laxing and enjoying a good competitive sport. egge 'l if Wayne Pegg tees off for a long drive on the tricky third hole. V , . 2 I , . Tommy Price putts in a close one while others look on. Mr, Bennett, Coach Q04 nf gg First Row: Ted Southern, Wayne Pegg, Tommy Lawrence, Mike Mills, Manager. Second Row: Jerry Murphy, Tommy Price. 125 High-Spirited Cheerleaders Support Teoms ina-Q-.m.........., ,, Susan Shelton, Rose Beeson, Claudine Tucker, Candy Cummings, Lynn Tucker, Vicki Morphis, Dawn Linville, Cheryl Rippy, Sherry Morphis. f ' M ' ' Cheerleaders give an enthusiastic cheer for the victorious Vikings. Miss Broad advises cheerl eaders in helping to promote interest in athletics. 126 cheer the Vikings to victory. its Chief Cheerleader, Lynn Tucker, works hard to promote school spirit. Victory! Victory! That's our cry! - A X.,k Ah XX The boys' basketball team receives a warm greeting from the cheerleaders as they take the court for their V i-1f x game. Cheerleaders help to arouse school spirit. 127 Through vigorous practice and effort, the varsity cheer- leaders contribute much to school spirit with the enthu- siastic cheers. Headed by Lynn Tucker, the cheerleaders um .xx nf lnferesf ls Great Throughout Captains: David Preston and jimmy Cummings Halfbacks: Doug Gray, David Preston and Curtis Fentress Quarterbacks: Stan Morgan and Ronnie Collim Fullbacks: Lynn Cummings and Van Styers These boys practiced many long and hard hours to produce a fighting team. They played with determination and good sportsmanship. The games provided thrills and excitement from the season's beginning to end. 128 Foofboll Season ii n 0 . 1 AH. .,Mi'E Front row: Cummings, Voss, Jessup, Fentress, Preston, Gray, Tuggle, Cook, Gardner. Second row: Lawrence, Holland, Oaks, Cummings, Styers, Nuckles, Friddle, Pegram. Third Left Halfbacks: Larry Jessup and Terry Voss row: Thomason, W ils on, Kiser, Morgan, Long, jinnette, Collins, Price, johns on. Coach Wilson gives Tommy Lawrence a few tech- nical points before sending him into the game with Stoneville. mm me seq-pw, f fagmamuywmgmgigyws mlm -f-1 -fmmiizuxzzafw-mmwmwnsfwn WM High Pomf of Seoson P7 few I L tgaflfat 'A Q - ,s fe r not J -Q in , M 2535 S.,i '.e: f t g ms' V "kL 3 f- wg . . W 5 Vxis. 'rg -f -1 -.sr Q A NX 3 faq,-vig 'k K f L' l LJ ' mf si! A X Q S A ,isa m lr, -f ' -- ,. J, . . . Northwest Tackles: James Nuc Sheldon Pegram, Ronnie Preston jinnette, E Thomason. It usually took th1s many opposmg players to bring down our star half-back, David Preston s'fsf,.ue . ,s', L Q Cum mings. Guards: Lawrence Cooke, gi Pete Gardner, Carey Klser jim Fridd1e,I1mm Beats Sumner 'WI' Sl? Front row: Thomason, Kiser, Jessup, Preston, Cummings, Oaks. Back row: Nuckles, Cummings, Price, Long, Johnson, Iinnette Centers: Grady Holland and Tommy Lawrence Ends: Ricky Wilson, Joe Long, Tommy Price, Ronnie Johnson, Roger Tuggle. X . V7,1',J, 'X , , . X. . J - f 453519 I En- Bl-3, lbw From left to right: Sheldon Pegram, Tommy Price, William Ricky Wilson, Steve Morgan, john Futrell, Garfield Apple, Hamm, Tommy Lawrence, Ronnie Collins, David Hunter, John Richardson, Stanley Morgan. Vikings Hove Successful Season With Coach Nelson goes over plays with co- captains Garfield A p pl e and Tommy Price. John Richardson Garfield Apple 132 Attacking the new season with an air of confidence and determination, the powerful Viking cagers knocked downteam upon team, constituting a 6-O pre-Christmas record. Jumping into the season on the right foot the Vikings de- feated visiting Stoneville by a score of 93-50. With a power- ful offensive strategy, the Vikings fought their way to an easy 77-48 over E. Davidson. Undefeated S. Stokes met their fate with a Viking 55-45 victory. The Vikings bounced back to demolish E. Davidson in their second meeting 82-33.In their first conference tilt of the season, the Vikings held the upper hand and defeated Allen Jay 73-49. The second conference game favored the Vikings over Gibsonville 64-62. Strong Rebounding And Rugged Defense john Futrell William Hamm Tommy Price Boys' And Girls' Basketball Teams f If A lui!!! ' Sheldon Pegram scores two more points. Coach Nelson gives his team vital instructions on the strategy they should use in the crucial moments of the game. John Richardson attempts a jump shot Tommy and Garfield give their best performance. which was blocked by an opponent. Ronnie Collins maneuvers for an easy snowbird. Have Spectacular Season ...N s a,aa aa ,.4, -1.4 Girls jump for rebound after a missed shot. Who will get it? Coach Coble congratulates Diane Hunter upon receiving the title, "Basketball Belle. " Becky Farrington shoots a set shot while guarded by an opposing player. 'Q , .aff e W if it I z Exhausted players look on as their substitutes continue with the wide margin in the score. 135 Coach Coble and girls' captains, look on members of their team practice their fense. Girls Play With Determination as other zone de- Girls' Basketball Managers: Kathryn Gray and Beverly Gray. iisfiiififl From left to right: Susie York, Mary Pearson, Emily Tucker, Kirby, Phyllis Little, Sandy Clinard, Brenda Kennedy, Janice Jennie Collins, Pat Angel, Diane Hunter, Judy Price, Lynn Hackett, Ann Dowdy, Becky Farrington, Jo Johnson. 136 And Couroge Dec Dec Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. jan. jan jan. jan. jan. Jan. Jan. jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Schedule NORTHWEST GUILFORD "Vikings" 1964-65 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Stoneville.. ...............H0m6 E. Davidson. . . .. ....Away S, Stokes ...... .... H ome E. Davidson ..... .... H ome PFA11en Jay . . . . Away PkGibsonvi11e. . . . Away Stoneville. . . . . Away S. Stokes .... . . . Away P0fGui1ford ..... .... H Ome PFSoutheast .... . . Away PlfSumner .... .... H Ome Judy Price PFNo1'theast .... .... H ome PlfRagsdale .... . . . Away 4fA11en Jay .... ..... H ome PFGibsonvi11e .... .... H ome PlfGui1ford ..... . . . Away PlfSoutheast .... .... H ome PFSumner .... . . . Away PFNortheast ............ ..... A Way PkRagsda1e .............. .... H ome Game Time 7 P.M. PFConference Games Sandra Clinard Brenda Kennedy Lynn Kirby Phyllis Little Emily Tucker 137 Bosebollers Eogerly Slide Left to right front row: Stan Morgan,Doug Gray, Ronnie Oaks, Dennis Beeson, Billy Rice,Pete Gardner. Second row: Ronnie Collins, Roger Tuggle, Gary Smith, Steve Holt, Eddie Thomason, Larry Cottrell. Third row: Ricky Wilson, Garfield Apple, Tommy Price, Danny Collins, Kenny Pope, Coach Bowman. Y I X ' . ' . r ii N X Q, .9 T , we-a . i Q ,X if if M ft 2'7"f,.f,ff .f-"-'ff , q .1 ,df ,f f, .ze f x f Y "'. -,Q .fr rf' if f' xr ff ,v'- 2, T , 1 'fl' 42 -afrnfi ,af :fi .A ff'-az f' I f, 1T ,-'N,f',,f 1" ' f f 4 f f f. f yr AL ' '7!?Zf5Q3f?13l!,,Aj!Q"?'7' D! 1 2 -' .iffff f' K' K f iff' f' f 1 T T 1 , , f fu! J fi f32'3f'7ff'."?f f .f ,if A ' ,f"!"'?" f ff "','Jf.,f'7,f'2f:'f X-ff V. ,,f1v"2f.ffi-z, Qwv' James Nucl-iles - Outfielder Dennis Beeson - Catcher 138 Pla y i n g especially hard t hr oug h out the season, the Vikings were paced by the organization of the team in hitting and fielding. The team exhibited their athletic ability and acquired much experience through their sportsmanship and training. Info Spring Train ing .ff ,J-4. ' ' x V H' , I ,ff ,, If ,! 2' , Larry Cottrell - Second Base ,Y ..4',,. A , ,H j , Wy, V , 'pf' V' . V. ,V , 5 .,4. Q Ri F S Q ,gf , i S .- f 1'-V f f ' I if' fi , 'Q I 3, M vp. ,Av 3 Z , A f , ' i n fi- ,f f 1 Ii iiytff ' N ,fe f 7 it 'f"' .f f' f S ' r f f "f fr fy! .fffv f I X fffff, Z , Roger Tuggle - Pitcher, Outfielder Kenneth Pope - First Base 155311 Y ar ' , ii 'xi , ,, C 1 , , , f N v Q 1 , . 1 x - 1 i Coach Bowman 4 ,Q ff., W Q ' , , , Y ' 4 Hx --H... J' f 7 1 1 i , , ,K 2 Qf.,..,..,,...we-M-Wm, , . X 9, 55, , , i ,fiYcfi4VuKvxv K I f Y 4 - I ? i A, l Q at ' Vifxiii-A Garfield Apple - Third Base Ronnie Collins - Short Stop by '91 Q11 , A 4 ii" R with 4 YW' I h. ,,,,,, A7 ,W Wwwwy, g Vkmw fvfw -y n If i , V fx V fs f ,J ,xx x ,, ,W is -f , i S f Sfyw f I 1 A, I if, H K V: ,, . ,5F jj -Qi 2 VW!! iz in I f V QI . , . V 'w We X if 5 3 f X I ,' i f f ,I , V AA lx 'war . lx' ' if, QQZQ ,f'1ffff'y' f i , I ff' f- 7 f ,li ,Q ' , E 2 ff' if fjfkgif' AJ' A 4, 2?f g,:h:,f A ,',' my 2-jf, 45 if ,-w ' ' Z' 6 ri f'f'f- '-A "?' 3' , ,, ,ef ,f ,M , x A f- f ,f if Sheldon Pegram - Outfielder Stephen Holt Girls' And Boys' Trock Provides g is PM From Left to Right: Coach: Miss Carol Broad, Cummings, Hennis, Privette,johnson, Farrington, Barrow, Woodside, Atkins, Hunter, Clinard, Price, Kirby, Dowdy. .l. V. Boskefboll ond Foofboll Ployers First Row: Turkett, Shelton, Neal, Marshall, Belton, Loggins, Row: Marshall, Southard, Simmons, Decker, Eller, Shelton, Westmoreland, Bradshaw, Bell. Second Row: Dowdy, Tucker, Higgins. Smith, Iddings, Leggett, Stewart, Sands, Michaux. Third 140 Sfrenuous Exercise For Sfudenfs First R o w: Will ia m s, McCormick, Marbert, P e g r a m, S e c o n d Row: Dowell, Jessup, Futrell, Styers, Lawrence, Cummings, Blackerby, P ri c e, Preston, Stevens, Zdunczyk. Johnson, Scott, Williams, Bolejack, Lamb, Smith. Prepare For Varsity Teams First Row: Southern, Paschal, Reece, Hunsucker, Pilkenton, Preston, Turkett. Third Row: Murphy, Shelton, Eller, Stewart, Price, Michaux, Jessie, Angel. Second Row: Williams, Southern, Stevens, Quick, Jessup, Morgan. Marshall, Decker, Westmoreland, Bradshaw, Atkins, Shelton, 141 Senior Sfofisiics ROBERT ADKINS F.F.A. 15 Track 15 Chorus 45 F.B.L.A. 3 BRENDA ANGEL Chorus 25 Library 1 DAVID ANGEL Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Marshal 35 Newspaper Staff 45 F. T.A, 3, 4 GARFIELD APPLE F. F. A. 15 Civitan 3,45Monogram 1, 2, 3,4 QPres. ,5 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fco-captain 4,5 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Foreign Language Club 3, 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 4 JERRY ATKINS TOMMY ATKINS F,F. A. 15 Dramatics Club 3,45 Thespians 3,45 QV. Pres. 4,5 F. B. L. A. 3, 4 WILLARD ATKINS F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4 DONNA BAME Chorus 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 4 STEVE BELTON Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Bus Driver 2, 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 15 F.B.L. A, 3 DENNIS BLACKERBY Monogram 2,3,45Football 1,2,45Basketball 2,45Baseball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 3,45 Bus Driver 25 Chorus 1, 25 Library Club 25 D.E. Club 3 SANDRA BOHANNON F. l-I. A, 1,2,35 Monogram 15DI'3,1'nat1CS Club 2,35 Chorus 1, 3, 45 Library Club 2 BARBARA BRINKLEY Dramatics Club 35 Chorus 3, 45 Inter Club Council 45 F, T. A, 3,4 QParl. 4,5 Library Club 3, 4 fPres. 4, PATTY BROOKBANK F.H.A, 1, 25 Bus Driver 2, 35 Dramatics Club 45 Chorus 45 F.B. L. A. 35 Library Club 4 PHYLLIS BROWN F. B.L.A. 3,45 F.H. A, 15 Science Club 2 JAYNE BROWNING F. H. A. 15 Dramatics Club 35 F. B. L. A. 3, 45 Library Club 4 GLENN BURKI-IART F, F, A. 25 Cl'1OI'u5 15 JO CALLOWAY Dramatics Club 45 Chorus 3, 45 Library Club 3, 4 fSec. 4, SANDRA CLINARD F. H. A. 1, 25 M onog ram 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 3, 45 J.V, Basketball 1 VICKIE COBB F. H. A. 15 Chorus 2, 3,45 Library Club 1, 4 LAWRENCE COLEMAN Civitan 3,4 fSec.-Treas. 4,5 Student Council 45 F. F. A. 15 Foreign Language Club 45 Superlative 45 Bus Driver 3,45 F.B.L. A, 4 fPres. 4, LARRY COTTRELL Civitan 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Monogram 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45Foreign Language Club 35 Superlative 45 Bus Driver 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 15 Chorus 45 F, B. L.A. 4 WAYNE COVINGTON F.F.A. 1, 2, 45 Chorus 15 F.B.L.A. 3, 4 ROGER CRAIG F. F. A. 15 Monogram 2, 35 Football 1, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 J. V. Basketball 15 Chorus 3,45 F.B. L.A. 3,45 D.E. Club 3, 4 DAVID CRITCI-IFIELD F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,45 Chorus 45 D.E. Club 3 LYNN CUMMINGS Beta Club 3,45 Civitan 2, 3, 4, QV. Pres. 3,5 Monogram 1, 2, 3,45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 45 Track 1,2,35 Foreign Language Club 3,45 Bus Driver 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 3, 4, fAsst. Ed. 3,5 fEditor 4,5 Chorus 45 Class Treas. 25 Inter Club Council 3, 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 4, fPres. 3,5 F. T.A. 3, 4, fTreas. 3, JIMMY CUMMINGS Monogram 2, 3,45 Football 2, 3,45 fCaptain 4,5 Track 2, 3,45 J.V. Basketball 15 Class Treas. 1, 45 Class Reporter 3 LONNIE DANIEL F.F. A. 15 Chorus 1 DELORES DEGRAFF Student Council 25 F. I-l, A, 1, 25 Class V. Pres. 25 F.B. L. A, 35 LV. Cheerleader 1 LARRY DODSON F. F, A. 15 ForeignLanguage Club 3,45Bus Driver 35 Newspaper Staff 45 Dramatics Club 3,45 F.B. L. A. 3, 4 DREW DONNELL F, F.A. 1, 35 Bus Driver 3, 45 Chorus 3 LARRY DOWELL F. F. A. 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Golf 45 Foreign Language Club 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 45 Library Club 1 SUE DOWELL F. H, A, 1, 25 Track 15 Newspaper Staff 45 Dramatics Club 45 Chorus 25 F.B. L.A, 3,4 MIKE DUGGINS D. E. Club 4 GARY EDINGTON F.F.A. 15 Dramatics Club 45 F.B. L. A. 3, 4 TILLMAN FARRINGTON F. F. A. 1, 2 KATIE FIELDS Annual Staff 4, fEditor,5 Honor Society 3, 45 Civinettes 2, 3, 4, QV. Pres. 3,: Student Council 2, 3, 4, fSec. 3,5 ForeignLanguage Club 35 Dramatics Club 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Inter Club Council 3,45 F, H. A. 1, 2, 3, fPres. 2,5 Marshal 3 ANGELA FOGLEMAN F. I-I. A, 15 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Chorus 15 Band 25 Thespians 3, 4, fSec. 4,5 F.T.A. 3,4 PHILLIP FULTON F.F. A. 1, 2, 45 Bus Driver 45 D.E. Club 1 JOHN FUTRELL S tudent Council 15 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3,45 Foreign Language Club 35 J. V. Basketball 1 EDDIE GAMBLE Civitan 3,45 Student Council 15 Monogram 2, 35 Track 25 Class V. Pres. 3 JUDY GOSSETT F. H, A. 1, 25 Harvest Queen 35Superlative 45 Bus Drivers 3, 45 Class Sec. 1 WILLIAM HAMM F. F. A. 1, 2, 45 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 1 Senior Sfofisfics WILMA HARDISON F. H. A. 2gChO1'K1S 23 F.B.L. A. 3, 45 D.E. Club 3 MICHAEL HARRELL F.F.A. 1 ELLEN HARRIS F. H. A. 15 Newspaper Staff 45 Chorus 2 YVONNE HAWKINS F. H. A. 1, 2, 35 Dramatics Club 2, 35 Library Club 1 ANNE HEDGECOCK Civinettes 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, 45 F.H. A, 1, 25 Foreign Language Club 35 F. B. L, A. 3 JUDY HENNIS Track 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4 ANN HIGGINS Civinettes 3, 45 Student Council 3, 4, QSec. 415 F, H, A. 15 Foreign Language Club 35 Newspaper Staff 3, QBus. Man. 315 Dramatics Club 45 Chorus 15 Library Club 1 RoBB1E HoLBRooK F.H,A, 35 F.B.L,A, 4. BOBBY HOLLINS F,F.A, 1, 2, 45 D. E. Club 3 STEVE HOLT F. F, A. 1, 25 Monogram 3,45 Baseball 3, 4 LINDA I-IUNSUCKER F.H. A. 15 F. B, L.A, 45 Library Club 35 Science Club 2 CAROLYN HUTCHINS F, H. A. 15 Newspaper Staff 45 Chorus 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 45 Library Club 4 DANIEL JESSUP Monogram 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3,45 Class Treas. 15 F. B. L. A, 3,45 Library 15 D.E. Club 3,4 LARRY JESSUP Honor Society 3, 4, QPres. 415 Civitans 2, 3, 45 Monogram 1, 2, 3,45 Football 4, Man. 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Man. 1, 25 Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 45 Superlative 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 Inter Club Council 3, 45 Debate 3, 4, QChair- man 315 Stamp Club 3, 45 F, T. A. 3, 4, Reporter 3 PRESTON JINNETTE Student Council 15 Monogram 2, 35 Football 1,2,45 Basketball 15 F.B.L. A. 3,4 RONNIE JOHNSON Monogram 2, 3,45Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 15 Track 2, 3, 45 Golf 45 J.V.Basketball 8 Football 15 Chorus 45 D.E.Club 3, 4 SANDRA JOHNSON F,H,A. 15 Chorus 15 F.B.L,A. 35 F.T.A. 15 Library Club 15 D. E. Club 3, 4 DON JONES F. F. A. 1 VIRGINIA KENDRICK F. H, A. 15 Dramatics Club 35 Debate 35 D.E. Club 3 LYNN KIRBY Student Council 2, 35 F. H. A. 15 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 45 roreign Language Club 35 J.V. Basketball 1, 25 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4 CAREY KISER F. F. A, 15 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3,45 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Track 1, 35 Superlative 45 J.V. Basketball 1 FAYE LEDBETTER F. H. A, 15 Monogram 45 Track 3, Man.5 F.B. L. A. 3, 4 JERRY LEE Civitans 2, 3,45 Student Council 15 Science Club 25 Photog- raphy Club 2 JUDY LEMMONS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Officer 25 Monogram 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Track 25 Foreign Language Club 35 F.B.L. A. 45 F.T, A, 4 ANN LESTER F,H,A, 1, 2, 3, QParl. 215 QV. Pres. 315 F.B.L.A. 3, 4, QRep. 415 J.V. Basketball 15 Track 1 JANICE LEWIS . F. H. A. 1, 25 Foreign Language Club 3, 45 F, B. L. A. 35 Library Club 2 DORIS LINDSEY F.B,L.A. 35 Library Club 15 D.E. Club 3,4, QV. Pres. 41 PHYLLIS LITTLE Honor Society 45 Civinettes 2, 3, 4, QSgt. -at-Arms 21, QPres. 3, 415 Student Council 35Monogram 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 15 Foreign Language Club 3, 4, QV.Pres.415 News- paper Staff 3,45 J.V. Basketball 15 Chorus 45 Inter Club Council 3, 45 F. H. A. 1 JOE LONG Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 15Track 1, 2, 35 Golf 35 Bus Driver 35 J.V. Basketball 1, 25 Band 15 F, B, L. A, 3 DONNIE MABE FOFQAU FQBQIJQA. 3,4 WAYNE MABE Baseball 45 F. F. A. 1,25 Foreign Language Club 3,45 Bus Driver 45 F.B. L, A. 3, 45 Science Club 25 Photography Club 2 LINDA MAYBERRY Beta Club 3, 4, QV. Pres. 415 Civinettes 2, 3, 4, QB. of Dir.15 F, H. A. 15 Foreign Language Club 35Bus Driver 3,45 Chorus 1 JULIE MARSH F. I-I. A. 1 DAVID MCCORMICK Monogram 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 3,45 J.V. Basketball 15 Chorus 45 F. B. L.A. 3,45 F. F. A, 1 CAROLYN MCCRORIE Civinettes 2, 3, 4, QSec. 415 Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Su- perlative 45 Dramatics Club 3, 4, QPres. 415 Thespians 3, 45 Inter Club Council 4, QRep. 415 Library Club 4 DIANE McGEE Civinettes 2, 3, 4, QB. of Dir. 415 F. H. A, 25 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4, QSec. 415 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, QCo-captain 3, 415 Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, QSec. 415 J.V. Basketball 15 Chorus 15 Class V. Pres. 15 F.B.L.A. 3, 4, QSec. 41 TERRY MCKOIN F. F. A. 1 JIMMY MERRITT F. F. A. 1, 25 Foreign Language Club 45 Bus Driver 3 4- Band 2, 3, 45 F.B. L. A. 4 9 I RONNIE MILLS F, F. A, 15 D. E. Club 4 KENNETH MONROE F. F. A, 1, 2, 3 LINDA MORGAN J.V. Basketball 15 F. H, A. 25 Science Club 2 Senior Stotistics RANDALL MORGAN F. F. A. 15 Superlative 45 Class Pres. 15 F. B. L. A. 3 SHERRY MORPI-IIS F. H. A. 1, 25 Monogram 45 Track 15 Superlative 45 Dramatics Club 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Library Club 45 Cheerleader 4 LA DONNA MOTSINGER F. B. L. A, 4 SUE NELSON Student Council 1, 25 F. H. A. 1, 35 Monogram 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Foreign Language Club 2, 35 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Class Sec. -Treas. 35 D. E. Club 45 Cheerleader 35 ODK Leadership Conference Rep. 3 BECKY NORTH Civinettes 3, 45 F. H. A. 15 Foreign Language Club 3, 4, QPres. 415 Newspaper Staff 4, QBus. Man. 415 Dramatics Club 3,45 Inter Club Council 4, QV. Pres. 415 F. T. A. 2, 3, 4 JAMES NUCKLES F. F.A. 1, 3, QRep. 315 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4, QSgt.-at-Arms 3, 415 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 15 J.V. Basketball 1 RONNIE OAKES F. F. A. 25 Monogram 25 Football 3, 45 Baseball 15 Track 15 Bus Driver 15 Chorus 15 F. B. L. A. 35 D.E. Club 4 LINDA OVERBY Annual Staff QAdvertising Man. 415 Beta Club 3, 4, QSec. 415 Civinettes 3, 45 F. H, A. 1, 2, Superlative 45 F. B. L. A. 3 RAY PARRISI-I F,F.A. 1, 3,45 Bus Driver 25 F.B. L.A. 3,45 D. E. Club 3 JAMES PAYNE F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 35 D. E. Club 3, 4 WILLIAM PAYNE F. F. A. 1, 25 Foreign Language Club 35 Bus Driver 45 Chorus 45 Library Club 4 WAYNE PEGG F. F. A. 15 Monogram 2, 3,45 Track 25 Golf 2, 3,45 Foreign Language Club 35 Bus Driver 2, 3,45 Dramatics Club 2, 3 BRENDA PEGRAM Annual Staff QCirculation Man. 415 Beta Club 3, 4, QPres. 415 Civinettes 3, 4, QV. Pres. 415 Student Council 3,45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, QSec. 21, QRep. 315 Inter Club Council 4 MICKEY PEGRAM Monogram 25 F. B.L.A. 35 F.F.A. 45 Baseball 1 RONNIE B. PEGRAM F. F. A. 1, 2, 45 Bus Driver 4 SOLOMON PEGRAM Civitans 2, 3, 45 S tudent Council 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Foreign Language Club 2, 35 Bus Driver 3, 4 WILLIE PEGRAM F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 LUCILLE PELL F. H. A. 25 Dramatics Club 35 Chorus 35 Library Club 4 JANE PERDUE SUSIE PI-IELPS Dramatics Club 3, 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 45 Library Club 15 Science Club 2 STEPHEN PRATT F.F.A. 15 Football 15 Golf 35 Bus Driver 2, 3,45 Dramatics Club 35 Class V. Pres. 25 F. B. L. A. 35 D.E. Club 4 DAVID PRESTON Civitans 45 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4, QV. Pres. 315 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3,45 Superlative 45 Class Pres. 1, 2, 3, Inter Club Council 35 All Conference Football 35 Most Valuable Back football 3 JUDY PRICE F. H. A. 15 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, QCo-captain 415 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Superlative 43 F. B. L. A. 3, 4, QV. Pres. 415 All Conference Basketball 3 JEANETTE PRESTON F. H. A. 15 Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Class Pres. 15 F. T. A. 4 TOMMY PRICE Civitans 3, 45 Student Council 15Monogram 1,2,3,45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45Baseball 15 Golf 2, 3, 45 Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Superlative 45 J.V. Basketball G Football 15 Class V. Pres. 45 F.B. L.A. 3,45 F. T.A. 3 MIKE RAY F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Monogram 2, 35 F.B. L. A. 35 Football 2, 35 D.E. Club 4 BETTY REID Student Council 45 F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 Chorus 15 F. B. L. A. 3, 43 Library Club 15 D.E. Club 3 RODNEY RICE F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Bus Driver 3,45 F.B.L.A. 35 D. E. Club 4 JOHN RICHARDSON Beta Club 3,45 Student Council 3, 4, QPres. 415 Monogram 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 15 J.V. Basketball 15 Inter Club Council 4 YVONNE RICHARDSON F. H. A. 15 Dramatics Club 45 F. B. L. A. 35 Library Club 4 COLAN RIERSON F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 F.B. L. A. 35 D. E. Club 4 CYNTHIA RIERSON F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,45 Chorus 3, 45 F.B.L. A. 45 Library Club 4 GERALD RIERSON F.F,A, 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 D. E, Club 4 CHERYL RIPPY Student Council 25 F. H. A. 15 Monogram 2, 3, 45 Track 15 Homecoming Queen 45 Newspaper Staff 4, QSports Editor 415 J.V. Basketball 15 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Chorus 1, 45 F. T. A. 3, 4, QTres. 415 Thespians Club 45 F.B.L. A. 35 Cheerleader 2, 3,4, QAsst. Chief 41 JANIE ROGERS F. H.A. 25 F.B. L. A. 25 F.T.A. 25 Library Club 2 LINDA ROBERTSON Honor S ociety 2, 3, 45 Civinettes 2, 3, 45 F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 F. B. L. A. 3, 4, Historian 4 MARTHA ROBINSON Honor Society 2, 3,45 Civinettes 2, 3,45 Marshal 35 Foreign Language Club 35 F. T. A. 3, 4 ANN SATTERFIELD Civinettes 2, 3, 4, QReporter 415 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, QV. Pres. 21, QTres. 315 Bus D river 3, QReporter 315 Dramatics Club 35 F, T. A. 35 D.E. Club 4, QSec. 41 RICHARD SCOTT F. F. A. 45 Monogram 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 2 Senior Statistics CHRISTINE SHIELDS Chorus 3,4 DONNIE SHIELDS Annual Staff QCO-editor 415 Civitans 3, 4 fPres. 415 F. F. A. 15 Superlative 45 J.V. Basketball 15 Inter Club Council 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 4 fSgt. -at-Arms 315 F. T. A. 3, 4 DONNA SHREVE Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4 tSgt. -at- Arms15 Band 2,3,4 QTreas. 215 Debate 35 F. T. A. 3, 45Majoret'te 3,4 BERNICE SHULAR Chorus 3,4 HOYDE SIMMONS F.F. A. 1, 2, 35 Monogram 1,25 Baseball 15 F.B. L. A. 3,45 D.E. Club 3, 4 DON SMITH Civitans 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Bus Driver 3, 4 BRENDA SNYDER Beta Club 3, 45 Civinettes 3, 45 Monogram 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 15Foreign Language Club 35 Newspaper Staff 3,45 Class Treas. 15 F. B. L. A. 3,45 Library Club 4 GENEVA SOUTHERN F.H.A. 1, 25 F. B. L. A. 3, 4 JOE SOUTHERN F,F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 QSec. 315 Monogram 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Baseball 15 Bus Driver 25 F. B. L. A. 3 WAYNE SOUTHERN F.F.A. 1, 2,45 Track 15 D.E. Club 1, 2 LARRY STACK Honor Society 2, 3,4 QTreas. 315 Civitans 2, 3,4 tReporter 215 F. F. A. 1 fPres. 115 Marshal 35 Foreign Language Club 35 Su- perlative 45 Bus Driver 3,4 fPres. 415 Inter Club Council 4 fPres. 41 LYNN STACK F. I-I, A. 1, 35 Monogram 3, 45 2nd runner-up in District D.E. Convention 45 Dramatics Club 35 Chorus 35 Inter Club Council 45 F.B.L. A. 3,4 fTreas.415 F.T.A. 15 D. E. Club 4 QP1-es. 415 Cheerleader 3 KATHY STAFFORD F.H.A. 1, 25 F, B.L. A. 4 WANDA STAFFORD F.H. A. 15 Superlative 45 Dramatics Club 3,45 Thespians 4 fPres. 415 Inter Club Council 45 Library Club 4, QParl. 415 Chorus 3, 4 DARLA STEELE Honor Society 3, 4, fRep. 415 Civinettes 2, 3,45 fTreas. 315 S up e rl a t i v e 45 Newspaper Staff 3, 4, fFeature Editor 3, 415 Dramatics Club 3, 4, QPar1.415 Thespians 3, 4, fTreas.415 Inter Club Council 35 Debate 3, 4, fPres. 315 F.T.A. 3, 4, fSec. 41 CAROLYN STIGALL F. H, A, 1, 25 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Thespians 45 Library Club 3, 45 fTreas. 415 Chorus 3,4 EDDIE THOMASON Football 45 Baseball 3, 4 AMY THORE F.H.A. 1, 25 Track 15 Stamp Club 15 F.B.L,A. 3,45 F.T,A, 45 Science Club 1 CLAUDINE TUCKER Monogram 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 15 Superlative 45 Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, fSec. 315 fV.Pres. 415 Newspaper Staff 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 15 Class Sec. 1,45 F. B. L. A. 33 Cheerleader 3, 4 EMILY TUCKER Honor Society 2, 3, 4, fSec. 3,415 Civinettes 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Monogram 1,2,3,45 fSec. 315 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Marshal 35 Foreign Language Club 3,45 Superlative 45 LV, Basketball 15 F. T. A. 3, 4 JOHNNY TURNER Civitans 3,45 Newspaper Staff 45 Debate 3,45 Dramatics Club 4 LARRY TUCKER Honor Society 3, 4, fTreas. 415 Civitans 2, 3, 4, QV. Pres. 415 F. F. A. 15 Foreign Language Club 35 Bus Driver 4 LYNN TUCKER Honor Society 3, 4, fV.Pres.415 Civinettes 45 Monogram 1, 2, 3,45 Marshal 35 Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Superlative 45 Newspaper Staff 35 Inter Club Council 45Debate 3,4, fPres.415 F. T. A. 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, tChief 41 MICHAEL TUCKER F. F. A. 1, 2,45 Monogram 15 Baseball 15 Track 15 D. E. Club 3, 4 JOYCE TUTTLE F.H.A. 1, 25 Monogram 2, 35 J. V. Basketball 15 Track 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHNNY VERNON Student Council 15 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram 1, 2, 35 Base- ball 1, 2,45 Track 1 PAMELA WALSH Beta Club 3,45 Civinettes 3, 45 F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, Historian 1, 25 Monogram 1,25 Basketball 15 Track 15 Newspaper Staff 45 Class Sec. 1 BECKY WEST Chorus 3, 45 F.B. L. A. 3, 4 LINDA WESTMORELAND F. H. A. 15 Dramatics Club 3, 45 F. B. L. A. 3, 45 Science Club 2 LARRY WILLIAMS Civitans 2, 3,45 F. F. A. 1,45 Track 3, 45 Foreign Language Club 35 Bus Driver 3, 4 WOODLEY WILLIAMS Civitans 2, 3,45Monogram 2, 35 Track 1,2,3,45Bus Driver 3, 4 J, W, WILLARD F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4 BRENDA WOOD Honor Society 45 Civinettes 3, 45 F.H. A, 1, 2, tTreas. 215 Bus Driver 45 Dramatics Club 3, 4, fSec. 41 PHYLLIS WOODSIDE Annual Staff 4, fBusiness Manager15 Civinettes 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 15 Monogram 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 2, 3, 45 LV. Basketball 1, 2 BOB WRAY Civitans 3, 4,1Sec.-at-Arms 415 F. F.A. 1, 45 ForeignLanguage Club 3, 45 Class Pres. 45 Inter Club Council 4. BARBARA YOUNG Civinettes 2, 3, 45 F.H. A. 15 Class V. Pres. 15 F.B.L.A. 3,45 Library Club 4 Wx dx. K kim KL 1 ga., Q K 251 , 52, gf gait i E4 Lk Y Q- 7 g Q A f ax Q ' ,I A j i - E 1 i,:. 7 my M3555 . 1 ,.. , ,. 2 1 V ., A , . 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BARHAM GROCERY Summerfield, North Carolina Compliments of CARLSON'S FARM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 705 Sunset Drive Greensboro, North Carolina JOHN KELLAM Agent For INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZER Route 2 Summerfield Highwciy T50 Phone 643-3657 Oak Ridge, North Carolina CASS y , REGINALD STYERS ASSOCIATES Interior Designers Member American lnstitute of lnterior Design I49 South Main Street Kernersville, North Carolina PEARMAN'S GRILL 8g TRUCK STOP Good Home Cooked Meals Sandwiches Kr Cold Drinks One Mile East of Kernersville On Highway 421 "SCRUGGS" FLORIST 2158 Lawndale Dr. Greensboro, North Carolina FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Office Phone BR-3-8230 or BR-50127 Night Phone BR-4-2363 :off MASON 4 .4 FLORI sr, INC. Q .- QA 625 Friendly Shopping Center Qu Greensboro, North Carolina lnez Mason Telephone 292-0768 LIL'S BEAUTY SHOP 3l26 Battleground Road Across from McMillan Furniture Store Lil Jones-Owner 8. Operator Greensboro, North Carolina NlARG'S BEAUTY SHOP Colfax, North Carolina g l l Q at Compliments of GUILFORD COLLEGE DRUG CO. OLD WATER MILL R.F.D. Box T64 Route 4, Kernersville, N. C. Old fashioned water ground Self-Rising Corn Meal - Rye Flour Whole-Wheat Flour Buckwheat Flour and Grits Custom Grinding N. Lloyd Lucas-Miller Compliments ot NlCNllCHAEL TOBACCO CURER Route 2 Summerfield, North Carolina 643-4362 THE NlEN'S SHOP P.o. Box 505 Kernersville, North Carolina NlACK'S BAR'B'Q Winston-Salem, North Carolina VlSII--- Ihe Hy-way Collage 31 13 Battleground Road 288-1320 FOR SPORTSWEAR DRESSES BLOUSES SUNINIERFIELD BARBER SHOP COCHRAN RESTAURANT Summerfield, North Carolina A A C3 Food Service Equipment for 519' S SA A ii ' . S Restaurants-HoteIs-Schools 'G gb ,. oi, - b'ii Hospitals-Churches-Clubs p s s' I S "i ,I and Industrial Installations S i: lW 4 sooo Lqwndgie Drive 288-T351 Compliments of I 'IMP' NII LLER FURNITURE COMPANY , , ff STOKESDALE I 1 I ii pf 3I4-3I6 South Elm Street UP I , Stokesdale, North Carolina ..FUmHUl,e of Qualify.. NICNIILLAN FURNITURE COMPANY "Home ot Quality Furniture" at lowest prices 3I27 Battleground Road WILLIANIS GARAGE T General Auto Repair Electric and Acetylene Welding Stolcesdale, N.C. Phone MI - 33735 SUNINIERFI ELD ES SO SERVICE il Courtesy of DR. GRIIVISLEY Stokesdole, North Corolino ELEASE'S BEAUTY SHOP 3 I O9 Brcznchwood Dr. 288-I 8OO Air Conditioning Complete hair core WARREN DRY CLEANERS cc You Wear, Tear and Mess ,Emu "We Clean, Repair and Press 'Emi' KERNERSVILLE, N. C. 125 Church Ln. 993-3636 "Quality Considered... We Are Never Undersold" MADISON LUNIBER CO., INC. I I5 West Hunter St. Madison, North Corolino Area Code 9I9 Telephone 548-2280 Compliments of COLLEGE CLEANERS Guilford College, North Corolino CH I TTON MOTOR CO. Dodge cars ond trucks New Brick ond Carolina Madison, North Carolina TRI-CITY PHARNIACY, INC. IO8 South Mein Street Kernersville, North Carolina Phone 993-3635 ond 993-2I68 "Never closed to the sick" Compliments of IVICGUIRE OIL COIVIPANY, INC. Guilford College, North Corolinc Aubrey L. McGuire Res. 299-I274 Bus. 299-7071 BALDWI N-GARRETT CONIPANY, INC. Farmall Tractors 8. McCormick Farm Equipment Service 8. Parts Phone 274-6343 P. O. Box 2967 1011-1015 S. Elm St. Greensboro, North Carolina THE BANK OF KERNERSVILLE cbd S Kernersville, North Carolina 7 Established 1903 A Member F.D.I.C. E ' ef ff Insured Parking Facilities AIRPORT ESSO SERVICENTER Washing - Lubrication - Accessories 18 Hour Service Free Pickup 8. Delivery Phone CY9-9931 Ralph Meadows Proprietor At the Airport U. S. 421 West Greensboro, North Carolina CARL'S GROCERY 8: SERVICE Highway 220 North Greensboro, North Carolina GREENSBORO AWNING CO. 1043 Oakmont Ave. Phone - 275-5389 "Exterior Decorators" Awnings, Storm Windows 84 Doors Carports, Etc. Compliments of TRADER'S CHEVROLET COMPANY East Market Street Greensboro, North Carolina CARL 8: DAISY GROCERY Phillips' 66 Gas 8. Oil Also Studio Girl Cosmetics Route 1, Summerfield, N. C. Highway 220 - North ot Summerfield fi Q PATTERSON SEAFOOD Ocean Fresh Fish Daily Plus Free Delivery Always Plenty of Parking HEDGECGCK LUNlBER COMPANY 213 Ward St. High Point, N.C. Phone 882-4101 Always Plenty of Parking GRAHAM CHEVROLET COMPANY Sales and Service Frigidaire Appliances Phone 993-2101 Kernersville, North Carolina Led better's Service Station 84 General Repair Lawn Mower Repair Welding Pickup and Delivery Drugs and Notions Highway 150 Phone: Ml -3-4489 157 GARLAND HUTCHINS, lNC. Furniture - G.E. Appliances Phone 993-2186 Kernersville, North Carolina AGRICO 8f WEAVER FERTILIZERS "Your Self-Service Fertilizer Center" Phone: 643-3509 Oak Ridge, North Carolina James - Doc. - George Long Brothers Contractors Grading-Paving all types Phone: 643-3645 or 643-4790 LI B'S BEAUTY SHOP Lib Angel Owner 8. Operator Summerfield, North Carolina MI3-3351 MACO BEAUTY COLLEGE E. D. London, Pres. Unlimited Opportunities for Aspiring Youth Carolina's Largest Beauty Culture School Approved and Accredited by N. C. State Board of Cosmetic Art Dormitory Facilities Available Registration Dates: Sept. I, Jan. I June I Each Year 229 If2 S. Elm St. Greensboro, N. C. Specializing in lndividual Hair Styling Cutting, Tinting and Permanent Waving FENTR ES S BEAUTY S HOP Oak Ridge Road Highway T50 For Appointment Call lzula Fentress Phone MI 3-4204 NELSON INSURANCE 8: REALTY CONIPANY 4OI Southeastern Building Greensboro, North Carolina Phone: 272-29I7 Hugh B. Nelson O,D. Nelson Compliments of GUILFORD PRESS INC. School and Library Books 3I I I Battleground Avenue Phone 272-2453 STYLES by CARLO Hair Coloring and Wig Consultant Plaza Shopping Center Greensboro, North Carolina DAVID IVI. HOLLADY REALTOR Insurance - Real Estate - Bonds Guilford College, North Carolina Phone: 299-9690 Downtown. . . Summit.. .Friendly Tlallullrunw- COBLE SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 119 North Greene Street Telephone 272 -0912 272-0344 Greensboro, North Carolina 3116 Make our Store your Headquarters for Athletic Equipment and Sports Goods. "It Pays to P1ay" Price's Auto Service General Repair 24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone Day Ml . 3-4115 Night Ml. 3-4271 Summerfield, North Carolina SE-ti . iii , 9553555 i . .. yu-,ul ,rw ,L tg , 3: Gifl Y J ur X N Edmonds Friendly Road Drug 5603 Friendly Road Greensboro, North Carolina New Sr Used Cars Phone BR. 5-8587 Used Cars The Best In Town E-Z Terms .QQ Greensboro Auto Brokers More Car For Less Money Herman Adams General Manager 501 West Market Street 213 Bellemeade Street Compliments of GLASGOW-GRAHAIVI INCORPORATED Heating and Air Conditioning 5811 Friendly Road Greensboro, North Carolina .IESSUP COMPANY Plumbing - Piping Hydronic Heating Residential - Commercial - Industrial License 1486 3118 Battleground Rd. Post Office Box 9126 Greensboro, North CaroIina27408 Tel . 288-2662 -3 SINIPSON'S GROCERY Highway 22 North Summerfield, North Carolina Compliments of GUILFORD IVIILLS, INC. Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of NIR. 8i NIRS. CLYDE A. SHREVE SHAFFER'S ESSO SERVICE 27OO Battleground Road Greensboro, North Carolina 288-2400 A HARDWARE g sToKssnALE s,,,.,.,,, ' C IRQ, Q .4 . I Oufggm Cliffs HARDWARE. 1455, jllyf , , k .J -- ' INSURANCE COMPANY f COMPANY p, 0, Box 765 Guarding your future with a policy for every HARDWARE. BUILDING MATERIAL. SHOES. CLOTHING membey of the familynyi DRY GOODS. PLUMBING. SEEDS. FARM MACHINERY AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES PHONE MI 3-3411 Compliments ot Greensboro High Point Air Service Inc Compliments ot Gossett Nursery Rt. l High Point, North Corolino Phone 883-3224 M. V. WINFREE 81 SDNS P,O, Box 56 Summerfield, North Corolino Phone 643-422i l6i Phones Day 'V PP D Night Mi-3-4540 9 BR. 4-5086 PATTERSON TIRE RECAPPING Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed New and Used Tires For Sales Wide Treacl's Summerfield, North Carolina ITITUIFICIN CABINETS QFOrmiCa Topsl - COTINICES BOOK CASES -- MANTELS - MILLXVORK. ETC. TERRELL'S CABINET SHOP SUMMERFIELD, N. C. FREE ESTIMATE Phone 273-I T55 Since FAS HION S HOP I 930 For the Fashions You See in Yo Favorite Magazines 22I S. Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina UI' HANES-LI NEBERRY FUNERAL HOME 24-hour service Phone 643-4276 Presented By If no an wer Greensboro, North Carolina W. R. TERRELL D1al643-4995 ff ' f- I 1 ff,-4.44, I :X f f .A F . Tm, 'g- l ,Z f ffl rr . ' 9 jg Ji., . , A f L I I 1' V 4. 1' ' -- ' Compliments of fi I , ' H K , f QFOREMOST SCREEN PRINT, INC. ,.,' .. , w'f' Kerosene - FUEL OIL Keep Fill Service Ticket Printers OAK RIDGE OIL SERVICE W. G. Barrow Star Route, Oak Ridge Phone 643-3745 Your Patronage Appreciated C. A. JESTER, .IEWELER I46 N. Main St. Kernersville, North Carolina Diamond Rings - Bulova and Benrus Watches Beltone Hearing Aids and Batteries J. D. SUNINIERS CONST. CO. 3122 Battleground Ave . Phone 643-4294 Star Route Notary Public Oak Ridge A. A. FOG LENIAN Insurance Service Auto-Fire-Farm Liability-Boat-Garage Workmen's Compensation-Crop Hail Irrigation Equipment - Tobacco Stringers Bulk Curing Systems STOKESDALE MOTOR CO., INC NEW BILL THOMAS USED CARS MANAGER CARS LOW DOWN PAYMENT B NK FINANCING STOKESDALE NO H C RO I A P ONE 643 4084 SALESMAN Compliments ot FARNIERS HARDWARE AND ELECTRIC CO. G Io ' . . reens Oro' Norili Corolmo Kernersvllle, North Carolina ,Zn THE BARBEE AGENCY Qfgywi mjfy. ,, Q Over Twenty-Five Years Serving SchooIs" -om Ii ents of Class Rings - Invitations 69" Caps 8. Gowns - Diplomas Allen Barbee-B..I. Lamm-Tommy May G Box 338 J, Spring Hope, N.C. Tel. 478-3I46 C P C2534 ANGEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Commercial-Residential-Industrial Phone 643-4593 Route No. 1, Box 289 Stokesdale, N.C. Specialist in Heat Heat GENERALIQ ELECTRIC PEDDYCORD EQUIPMENT CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF KARTS 1 CHAIN SAWS -- LAWN MOWEPS R PEDDYCORD PHONE 993-2711 KERNERSVILLE, N. C. Une Day Recapping Service C. D. DOSS TEXACO STATION Phone MI 3-4787 Highway 220 Route 1 Summerfield, North Carolina Guaranteed Recapping I U. SAVE IT FOOD STORE 2100 North Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Featuring Western Prime Beef and Fancy Foods GIenn MitcheII Br-5-2486 TU-I-ILE CHEVROLET, INC. TeIephone 548-2461 117 S. Market Madison, North CaroIina LAI N 81 BARTLETT Formerly LinviIIe 8. Roberts Funeral Home Phone 993-2136 24-Hour AmbuIance Service First-Aid 81 Oxygen Equipment New Modern and Up-To-Date ChapeI Air Conditioned Kernersville, North Carolina HERB PAYNE AUTO SUPPLY Phone 23619 2013 North Main Street High Point, North Carolina P at N 511005 DEPARTNIENT STORE Kernersville, North Carolina TOM BOONE Formal Wear Rentals I I2 W. Sycamore Street Phone 273-66I7 STOKESDALE BARBER SHOP QC E. T. WALKER, NI. D. Summerfield Clinic, Inc. Best Wishes to the senior class of '65 Complimentsof IVIR. gc NIRSO JAMES A. WOODSIDE LIBERTY OAK GROCERY 8: SERVICE STATION 4422 Lawndale Dr. Greensboro, North Carolina W. Rs IVIILLES GROCERY Route 2 Summerfield, North Carolina Q5.o,'0.fxQvsSlJ!.w,, V, X 1 A Q M 'F il ,X Kerosene-burner Service QFESXPQ3 Svuji Keep Fill Service-Ticket Printers GUILFORD OIL COMPANY gi SQMMERFIELD QRUQCOMPQIQMZM X, K ..f.f-fvf.fw,s .,, f 'JST . 'VYSMJ I -, SIR, .D h BIQO Battleground Rgad b XL QQ? A Jrpvsfggg! sys, P BR -II66 f A , ' one reens oro 01-Mix ,RLXCLDL Lydxmkw .XWMM3 aww :XL-4,12-Jo-C, Q-+1 QVFQXW qs fi! 165 I X-'CA'-L4.J NOBLE r. BLACKERBY Sales Manager 3317 Spring Garden Street Greensboro, North Caro ina Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. CYpress 9-1341 I ' ix ROGERS JEVVELERS IRM? Summit Center Greensboro, North Carolina I Compliments of LAWNDALE CURB MARKET 2710 Lawndale Drive Greensboro, North Carolina GILLIAMS' ELORIST Congratulations to the Class ot 1965 'E W1 g DOLLY MADISON GULF 5601 Friendly Road Greensboro, North Carolina APPLIANCE 8: T. V. CENTER 942 East Bessemer Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina G.E. 81 Packard Bell I-Ios. A Qffi f I L ..,,,, Uvlu , 3. I Q l X TI-IEVILLAGESHOP ' Sh pp s oro, or h Caro n E 0 f x, A gh Compliments ot 1 "I Q 9 fl Quaker Village o ing Cen Green b N t Ii a Compliments of MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO COMER'S STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY FREE Teletype Parts Location Service SUNINIERFIELD USED AUTO PARTS, INC. On U.S. 220 N. of Greensboro, N.C. Route 2, Summerfield, N.C. Phone 643-4I59 Fred M. Perdue Herman F. Cole Manager Assistant Manager BAINBRIDGE AND DANCE WELL DRILLING CONTRACTORS INC. Drilled Wells Water Systems Phone 299-4331 299-5708 299-7959 ART SPECIALTY S HOP I IO East Washington Street Greensboro, North Carolina AIR CONDITIONED TELEVISION ROOM TELEPHONES TILE BATH, TUB 8: SHOWER WALL TO WALL CARPETS SWIMMING POOL JOURNEY'S END MOTEL COURT Highway 220 North Inside City Mrs. Edith Price BR 3-8216 Owner-manager Greensboro V A . 1 '. 'J ODELL MILL SUPPLY COMPANY 300 North Forbis St. Greensboro, North Carolina Textile and Industrial Supplies USED OFFICE MACHINES CO., INC. 206 Exchange PI., Greensboro CAround the corner from Carolina Theaterl New 8. Used Typewriters, Standard, Portable 8. Electric All Brands Available FLORENCE' S BEAUTY SHOP Route T2 Summerfield, North Carolina 643-3454 FRIENDLY CAR WAS H, INC. Friendly Shopping Center Greensboro, N.C.27408 Compliments of T. B. DOGGETT Contract hauling Summerfield, North Carolina SAND STONE Phone MI 3-4414 xslv, af- .49 guna Qafzfsz J sw:n.:n ID3 E MARKET EET SDUTHEASTERN BLDG P 27 ZBU62 GREENSBDRD N C Compliments of FRIENDLY TOY 8t HOBBY SHOP Friendly Shopping Center CITY RAMBLER 3I4 Bellemeade Street Greensboro, North Carolina Phone 56IOI RAMBLER GATE Cm Mom CO. COMMUNITY SUPER MARKET Chrysler Imperial Summerfield 'S - if 1' I, Plymouth North Corolino - 4 Greensboro, North Carolina C"""'I"'n" " KERNERSVILLE NORTH DECORATING STUDIO DRY CLEANERS Dry Cleaning SL pressing Summerfield, North Carolina Antiques--Carpets--Furniture Phone 993-4115 205 Bodenhamer St. Draperies--Accessories Kemersviue' N'C' L CDLN CONTINENTAL - MERCURY COMET SERVICE COMPANY 3005 M C II R 'd C Orme OG Olena Cobie FUEL OIL Gnd KEROSENE BRINSFIEEOLTIIZEIPISEI:-NJIAEZIIURY INC Pure Oil Products ass N is s P 27:1 ass Phone 27-47223 29-90889 G N C H P 275 9509 Compiiments of CARI'ER'S ESSO COMPETITION MOTORS INC. "CIeonest Cors in the South" Guilford COIISQS North Carolina Downtown Greensboro-ocross from Seo rs I69 Compliments ot SIVIITH DRUG Stokesdole, North Carolina CORDER'S Men's cl Boys' Clothing Store Kernersville, North Corolino WILSON GROCERY gr SERVICE STATION Summerfield, North Corolino 4 '- v I2?yZp.,, ' 7 mir sf' -in ww is y 'M 'Qff Compliments of STOKESDALE CLEANERS Stokesdole, North Corolino FIVE OAKS DANCE HALL Rock ond Roll every Fridoy night ond Square donce ond Rock ond Roll every Soturdoy night ff .-Ea, - ,-4" wi :SWR Automobiles Bought oncl Sold WILLIANIS TRADING POST OFFICE MI3-4072 Stokesdole, North Corolino CARLTON P. WILLIAMS Res. BR5-3903 Greensboro, North Carol ino Tom Joyce Lee Nelson Poul Whicker FUNTMC.. HOIVIETOWN PONTI AC-BU I CK, INC We Buy ond Sell Used Cors Phone 993-2I I I Kernersvi I Ie, North Corolino W. C. WARREN GENERAL IVIERCHANDISE Phone 643-33I4 Summerfield, North Carolina STATE ENGINEERING RAY FUNERAL HONIE 81 SALES COMPANY Your Home Improvement Dealer BR 2-1 185 Box 6001 Madison, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina R r as go C Wbriofc IIIF Ulf Q5 HOLLANDSWORTH SINCLAIR SERVICE ,N ICE CREAM AND SANDWICH A 0 S "First Class Mechanic Service 109 N. Main gf. and Front End Work" p'O. Box 395 5600 Friendly Rd. Kernersville, North Carolina Greensboro, North Cororrno D501 993-2925 Phone: 299-9948 Compliments of HANES-LINEBERRY FUNERAL SERVICE sanee I9I9 The Home of 111eU9111fU1 Service 401 W. Market sf. Greensboro, North Ce.-elane BR-25158 I7I Sharon's Esso Service Station Telephone 288-99l l Highway 220 North Greensboro, North Corolino on BuRNER B Stokesdale Commercial Bank Stokesdale, North Carolina Stokesdale Electric Company P. O. Box 736 Stokesdale, North Corolino Business Phone 643-3800 James E. Shelton 643-3664 QRes.D Leon Southord 643-3959 CRes Hedgecock Builders Supply Company and Benjamin Moore Paint U.S. Gypsum Products Summerfield, North Corolino uw- - 2. - 3 .i"r' PRE Phone 643 42ll l Q li For Sotety, Service ond Convenience U 5 ... lvri 1 "" V . Pi I- 113 S -J' O S D J A- - 1 :ff 20 iiiiiiizl C O HJ ill E. F12 JL.- hw: ' ' ,L. JQ .fi .Wu Johns Manville Products Phone CY-4531 1 Fifi I 104 Jamestown Road Your Guilford College Dealer I l72 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLI NG CO. 33l7 Spring Garden Street Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of ' Jirsfw .gl Q 'JT 2' Stokesdale - ' Milling Company S. at vv. MOTOR LINES, INC. P. G. Box 2973 Greensboro, North Carolina 27402 Stokesda l e, North Carol ina E 1 Transportat on Service R35 2 ' BLACKBURN INSURANCE AGENCY Hgmg Fgderal Stolcesdale, North Carolina 8 Main Office A! ll3 N. Green St. RE Greensboro, North Carolina SERYICE ' Plaza Branch l702 Battleground Ave. ...x Compliments of Summll Branch l2Ol Summit Ave. I SUNlNlERFIELD FEED MILL again Friendly Branch ,I and Summerfield, North Carolina 6ll Green Valley Rd' l II. Q my 52, J! K ab '- " 54 5 -4 173 GENTRY'S GARAGE Just off Highway 220 near Summerfield, North Carolina Phone Ml-3-4518 .l.C. GUNTER GROCERY 8f SERVICE Fertilizer 8. Solite Blocks Sunoco Gas 8 Fuel Oil lnt. Church St. Ext. 8. Hgh. T50 Phone 643-9975 Greensboro, North Carolina GARDNER'S PLUMBING COMPANY Harry C. Gardner Phone MI 3-4206 B 438 ox Commercial, Residential, and Repair State License 1268 OAK RIDGE, N. C. l i I. F1 . . ' r.r1..:.,.r . 1 ' 275-7254 Afffgiygf, I Bus Pucmz fi w fxifj cis. N ,i v ,. fri fr TRUCKS 1.2, ,A dj ii 3' Y 'rqymi Jae 1Qicl1arJsan NEW AND USED CARE AND TRUCKS BREENSBDRCI FORD S u-rs-Us Luaazs-r Ann FRIENDLIIZIT F D 3 5 N. ELM STREET GREENSBURU N 3 Compliments of THE HU B LTD. With Two Locations To Serve You . Jefferson Square At lOO N. Elm St. . Quaker Village Shopping Center The Finest in Young Men's Clothing and Accessories PHIPPS HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. Sporting Goods 8. Gift Dept. 2l5 N. Elm Street Johnson Outboard Motors Boats-Trai lers-Marine Supplies fSales and Servicej 260i S. Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina nx. . Xe . " x . X E- . fi.-.AXX 'lfihfil Compliments of "' WILLS BOOK STORE H3 South Elm Street Friendly Shopping Center FLOOR COVERINGS OUR SPECIALT ASK FOR IT. WE HAVE IT F P' k U d D I' Glfoms Axfzscialfy company ree IC P on e 'Very . PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 1722 EATTLEGROUND AVE. 8 E T Parkway and W. Wendover Ave. J. B. Blake cmdC. B. ULD Lee B Phone 273-0791 W A ol L KISER SERVICE B ' ' - !Gas - Oil- Groceries , 1 EQ X 'B Colfax, North Carohna fy Q C1355 if X3 W Eb C fic, CC: Q S55 Xe 3: 1 Ct X -P 7 Congrofulofionslgl V5'iQe'??BWisl1es Q?Q6r X?i6g : e T'-E 'CD , fo Q' A ' B ' eq 3 P ici OLD WATER jf fi H65 Highway B68 Q N A X-:gf ggkiqffj Q, Bae 27 of We 23652 e 5225.35 B 175 Kernersville Realty 8. Insurance Company, Inc - Fire, Auto, Casualty and Homeowners lOl lf2 Pinnix Building Pianos Organs Instruments B MOORE MUSIC CO. 615 W. Market Greensboro, N. C. Walker's Sinclair Service ' 26l5 Battleground Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina Phone 643-3877 lAlesl'Bend, Summerfield, North Carolina Outboard Motors Cummings Hardware 81 Sporting Goods Co. Bryant L. Cummings 81 Bryant O . Cummings Located on Highway 220, 6 Miles North of Greensboro City Limits 176 KERNERSVILLE LUMBER C Dealers in all Kinds Building Supplies Phone 993-2144 OMPANY Kernersville, N. C. KERNERSVILLE LUMBER Co. KERNERSWLLE A GUY HILL INC. c "The Qualif Sh omplimenfs of y op For Men and Boys" BURGER - CHEF 611 Friendly Shopping Phone 292-1666 CAROLYNS BEAUTY SALON Greensboro, Norfh Corolino FARMERS FEED 8: SEED STORE BIFF-BURGER OF BATTLEFIELD, INC. P.O. Box 1122-27402 230 N. Main Street - Phone 993-2611 Greensboro, North Carolina Kernersville, N. C. 177 if 2" A- V' .Qy I I K , f 3 ESQ ,,.. A . V' ',,,, 1 if R 4 F f L57 - f ...A X - My A I M-L J- - j'Q,f "3 lj V' J Y ' sf ' V , fl, 7 Uf31,2 TL ' ' ' KST? ' ' QP- x O ,W ,X , , .V I7 ,V , . " .7 , Q 1 cj ' I ' -if Li? , fffff 'J J O . 4 hw X ' ' X, ,1 , x - ' ff .' ,' ., , ' X' fi ,,wf3?gf1'v 1 MM VLMJK' Q cf-5,1 V T A ,1 . Qj,,f'N-- P I, A . i , 1 -Nz... -H!! 1, A yr? ,V I4 44 42 V 0 VJ! :I 5 k f,!'k,,-x-- VA, 5 441,-'2,-ff ff 4 J W a Lp X, 7 azz owe , H , .L M . '71 1" 4, ffxvifm ' , ' ,.pr..4'T' f-.f ,LW-ff'- fm f , ' A 17 Mm' ghd!! flag ' f 1, JC, ,443-fill! 7 X" 'L7 KL! om ' 4 if A V X A 4 V1 K1 J , A gf'l L,ll' , '5' 1? 'TQ-5-L ff 44 fp, Vw f 4 A ' ! Zi Jef? ff- ' ? J , JV , U' 62 4' 1,1 L- 'j A vu ,l 1' ' 7 xi EQVW .V Jdwllaihwl amdwl ' I M1 ..,J, f" M -16 ww' ix I JE Af, 1 .:g-,fx-Q Y K ' X' lf? 'Q if , . A t ' r ' ., My s A M T1 ' ' f - . - .EJ V w fs: 'f 'L I 1, . a HJ, fz f- syffgi w K' it 1 'M t Reminisce and Dream . . . Between the covers of this book are presented the memo- ries of our 1964-65 school year. We leave behind us happy moments which we will always cherish-homecoming, foot- ball games, Christmas dance, Senior prom, graduation and many others. . . In the past three years we have become a part of North- west and it has become a part of us. We, the Seniors, hope 7 P that we have contributed greatly in making our school a better place of learning for future students. As a new road unfolds before us, it leads us to the future and all dreams that are a part of things that are yet to be. And so it is that we "Take time to dream. And hitch our wagon to a star." T s MW wif Wil l 1 N ldww W of N x ,,. r l ,JN A x Q L IL, TWH Q My U ,fl S kv .-. - ff! ' ,qL.,.,, rip if L. ,sh V ' 'M 1 fri I fisuy ,S I I I . if V in R A Jie' s A , , , .pm T ,.,AL:,Kf' . I y! ,' 44 -' ag if l ,i .-, - , J C, ' .x X ' "" X' x,! X . , fr-7 v W Acknowledgem ents We thank you. . . The yearbook staff expresses its appreciation to all of those who I ,helped to make the 1965 VIKING possible. , Tofthe seniors who sold ads and the entire student body for co- 'operating,f'i51"making pictures, we say, "Thank you." , HWS are grateful to Mr.Bob Chappell, our layout artist, who worked fipxatientlyi with us on the yearbook. What he accomplished in one day, it.,v d 'have taken us weeks to do. We thank Hunter Publishing Company for publishing our yearbook. We are really proud of it! ,iff Thank you, Mr. Boswell, for taking our photographs for us. We ppreciate your coming on special nights to make extra pictures. We would especially like to thank our advertisers, without whose support we could not have published our yearbook. We appreciate the help of Mr. Dick Clark, who chose Miss Viking for us. Teachers, we thank you for co-operating with us during all the class interruptions of making pictures and for excusing us from class when it was necessary to work. We are grateful for Mr. Billings's help and co-operation. We especially thank Miss Everhart, our sponsor, to whom we took all the questions and problems of the yearbook. She helped us in every way, and without her help and advice, we could not have met the deadlines and compiled the yearbook. We are grateful to our parents who came for the staff members Ri x A ,' A s L, C. w Q .. X sf .. 117, 815, tl-1. .U x , li .R N74 ,X K , ' A l. ' " ' J ferffx K. . 1. -,Xb .K .L .A , - I 1 'tn-is-i'Qf. if my , V .X . C. - 4 gf, , .lr U D 1.5. if ' fx.. 0.5.0 , f. lx ' '3 Klan' -.A Q. , ,, . 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