Statesville High School - Trail Yearbook (Statesville, NC)

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When you are farther along in life and high school is no longer a part of your present path, may many memories of the tradition and spirit of S.H.S. be revived by this 1957 Trail. 0 VI :uf F-vm' ' f ,ffyg j3zwy,j,w,,h 5, . ., Atv-3 -, 'f1'fe,ffff22 A k f ' Z V , , 1 4 4 ' fZQZ f:,fJg,u,1aff iii is iuitlg ll hvvp fvvliug uf Elfllfitllhl' :mb zlpprvriuiiuu that iuv, tlgv Svniur 011155 uf Sfutvshillv High ,g5l'lflJl1l, hl3hiL'ZltP tlgia l':137FQt1'2IiltL1 . . . H13RBER'1' H. SAMPSEL Gfly1'L111gl1u11t um' high Srlguul QL'Zll'5, lgv has gihrn in us fzlitlyful gxxihunrv 215 iuvll us lvuhvrslyip muh has slyzfiun us tlgr pnfimrr uf 21 iuilliug nhhisur, irzxrlyrr, zmh trnr frivuh. Admimktm tion mm' Fvzcu I 15 Our little lives were so untouched by a strange new world. Deep eyes of wonder met the deepest smile of a kind expression A hand, somewhat worn and wrinkled of age, grasped our own No longer did we stumble in darkness-a light was cast. Throughout all ages, men have realized their humbleness, Weak men have sought power, Unwise men have longed for a higher degree, All men, the world over, have need of a teacher. Lives have beckoned to the call of serving others. Problems have been solved, rules have been taught. The dust of education has been spread o'er the earth. The man with the hammer, the mother over a hot stove, All have need of wisdom. A trail of high school has been blazed, Your goal reaches the heavens, It can be and will be. touched, You have done nothing to earn the destiny. A faithful teacher is the winner of your prize, The teacher's gift is infinite, They alone deserve the reward. 0 9' fl, Q .B mp. ,. ff UR Q 923' A Q1 r ,Wray r ' 1 MR. A. D. KORNEGAY Superintendent of Statesuille City Schools MR. ALBERT ARCHIBALD Physical Education Social Studies MRS. LAURA BROSIUS Mathematics journalism MR. GERALD BRYANT Music X MRS. MYRTLE CAMPBELL X Commerce yfiyf 'I' Wftt 9 As Y' 'tl K -po' ff SMX X. ,lf L Riff! L J YI, Tj! Vg, 1 J - sf! I J . f js fl W K .5051 ,-MIN T- ADNU HF FACULTY MR. HOWARD CRAWFORD Vocational Art IVIR. RICHARD FEIMSTER Dric'er's Education Science Miss JULIA FOWLER Lihrarian MISS RUTH GRIFFITH Social Studies Guidance MR. HERBERT HIPPS Physical Education Social Studies Driz'er"s Education MISS LAVA I"IOXVARD Latin French E II glish FRA T10 Mlss R121s1ic:c1A KNIGIYVI' Bible MR. GRADY LANE, JR. Sfien ' , MIIS. MARO RET MU'F FQ! "TQ, MISS JOAN RATCLIEEE Spuuixlv Frellfly MISS CTENE SCOTT REYNOLDS I-lame Ef0Il0IIliC.f MR. HERBERT SAMPSIEL C 0 111 merfe MR. M. B. SIMPSON DjI'Ul'.Vlh61l Occ'11pulim1.r MR. A. WATT DEAL I'ri11cipaf of Sftll6J'l'fH6'S6'lIf0I' High Sfboof I ll! Lu MIIS. WILLIAM XVALKIZR l"l11.ric41f Ellllfclfiflll St'jL'lIt'C' MR, R0miR'1' W liS'I'l'fRO0K Sz'iel1c'c MRS. EARL B. Wilma lffzgfixb ML oRRls FII MRS. CLARA S. THARP12 Engfiyb luz1fl96llldfjt',f NI RS. R UTH G UY Scc'relary Q' .fir Claire! No longer did you have to dreamg You were there. There were so many others just like you longing to be a part, but shying awayg Your life was as a tiny pebble in an ocean of vast awakenings. As overnight changes were wrought, You walked upright with your head high and shoulders raised. This building was no longer a buildingg It was your school. You advanced and now had only one more hill to climb. Hours of work were not truly work but precious gems. There was a palace to build for kings and queensg You wanted to grasp every minute and live it in the fullest way. There you were-high above the valleys, the sky your rooftopg Your eyes could look faintly below at the trail your feet had trod Tears trinkled at the sight of the briars and thorns you passedg Hearts were sad but yet overflowing with joyg The race was rung You were on topg You had won. O XEQT -Nw--wx ....-Q A Y , 4 77 f 'r' V Vw, 1 -4. X77 ,, 4 il lag. 4 , 'W ,4 , if 2 rw Q- U lui 1: .,-,! 4 ' jx 1 V M 4- , J., ,.,A , fx.,-Qhn-Q 2 ' Q ,'-'-A .neu-r"', ,. ..,,,xn' '. vi'vr"i1'f"- 1- V 5, Q - A' ..5..,.-.a..-- -4-1 1 FQ nf " .11 , ., 1. .'. ' 4 n 4---? , I "' . U I I U RVN K' I s SE IORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Secretary-Tream1'e1' Preyidefzt Vice-Preficiefzt ANN KIRKMAN HOWARD ANDERSON RICHARD GRAF Jbfmcolif KAREN HIPPS PARKS WARREN 1957 HOWARD WALTON ANDERSON, JR. The non-chalant backbone of the football team A true friend is more than a million dollars A star in every held, best looking . . . A great boy , in every way Senior Class president Howard sf' SONVJA FAYE ANDERSON Anything worth having.: is worth working for . . A friendly word for all . . . Devilish smile and a twinkle in her eye . . . Wcmrking at Brady's . . . "Sweets to the sweet" , . , Sonja Sl, -1,1 . v'p, . .y. fi 1 if 21? Kar QW lj FRED ROCKWELL ARCHER, JR. Wl1et1 love and skill work together, expect a master- x nm piece . . . A swell guy to have around . . . A little f bov with u lot of talents - - . Hes our "Rev" Arch . . . Freddie is 'F :Vi SE IORS MAIRJORIE NOVELLA AUSTIN So sweet the blush of bashfulness . . . Freckles cen- tered around a great big smile . . . Those long working hours at the State . . . A friendly "hello" Silence is more eloquent than words "Margie" ALICE GAIL BARNES Sweet "hi" for all . . . Songbird of tomorrow . . . Glasses don't hide her charm . . . smart as a whip . . . Vfhere there's a will, there's a way . . . She sits high in all people's hearts . . . Alice ELAINE BRETT Windy' nights in a Pontiac convertible . . . Knitting argyles . . . From the heights to the depths in the twinkling of a moment . . . Here, there, yonder . . . A true friend is ever a friend . . . A high-stepping girl in every way . . . "Opie" 1957 RICHARD CALVIN CAMPBELL The black streak of his "chevie" seen everywhere . . . "V neck" sweaters and blue jeans . . . Manages to be seen on almost every tennis court . . . Little boy with big ideas . . . "Rat" WILLIAM PURCELL CAMPBELL All-around boy in an all-around way . . . Happiness is cheaper than worry, why pay the price? . . . A fellow who is fun when fun is due, and when there's work, hell do it too . . . A flying tackle . . . W-i-s-e B-i-r-d . . . Bill MARY GAGE CARLTON Shes an added sparkle for a brighter day . . . A future teacher seeking to serve . . . The last to giggle, the first to wake . . . All a friend could ever be . . . There is no one like her . . . Mary Gage SE IURS ALMA DELORES CASH Fairest and best adorned is she whose clothing is humility . . . Quiet but sweet . . . Quietness and confidence shall be your strength . . . Friendly word for all . . . Delores DAN MCNEIL CHURCH To worry little, to study less, his idea of happiness . . . A master touch at creative writing . . . I take my fun where I can End it . . . He is a man of power, an orator too . . . Dan RICHARD ALAN CLARK pick the best . . . Friend of all . . . Your attention. please! . . . A man of morals and manners . . . Best all around . . . "Smokey" 1957 PATRICIA COCHRANE Her thoughts may be deep, but they make a deep impression on you . . . New but long remembered . . . "How do you make hydrogen?" "Here is my chemistry report" . . . Pat JAMIE MARIE COLEY Sweet, sympathic, and dependable . . . A friend in need is a friend indeed . . . Great basketball player . . . Where there are sincere people, you can find jamie , , . "She's hard to beat" . . . jamie ELoIsE NEELY CowLEs A little girl hurrying along on fairy feet . . . She will not do her share of duty, she will do more . . . Love for friends . . . Love of life . . . Tiny in statue but reserving a great space in all who know her . . . Eloise 17' ' X. SE IURS DOROTHY lVlAE DAVIDSON Her ready wit, her cheerful smile makes her welcome all the while . . . Mixture Of work and fun , . . Her way is the way tO everyones hearts . . . Star guard of the basketball team ...' 'DOt" RICHARD HENRY DAVIS Dark crew cut and horn rimmed glasses . . , What a talent for art . . . A solution for everything . . . Man Of questions . . . There is none like him nor will be . . . "Little Richard" JEROME PAUL EISELE A little man with ti lot of gumption . . . Nights at Hauser's . . . Dodging "wlmmies" . . . To knov him is to love him . . . Vacation is his vocation . . . A lovable, jolly fellmx in every way . . . "Pete" 195 FRANK HARDEE ELLER Leader of leaders . . . Spark of the crowd . . . A stone wall at the guard position . . . Through the halls of S. H. S. resounds the cry of "Hardee" . . . Hi-Y master . . . Most influential . . . Frank JERRY MICHAEL ELLIOTT A blond crew-cut . . . Working for Miss Fowler . . . A cut-up and tease . . , Afternoons at wrestling practice . . . A man of cheerful yesterdays and con- fident tomorrows . . . A friend of all . . . jerry PATRICIA ETOYLE ELLIOTT Sweet "hello" . . . petite statue . . . Riding in black chevies . . . To know her is to love her . . . Her eyes as soft as summer skies . . . A great gal in her own special way . . . Pat SE IORS CHARLES THOMAS FORTNER A deep smooth voice, a slow grin . . . Someone just nice to have around, no trouble caused here . . . W'e like him . . . None but himself could be his parallel . . . Charlie JAMES LIPPARD FOSTER A whiz in English . . . His life was gentle, and the elements SO mixed in him that Nature might stand up and say to all the world, "This was a man" . . . "jimmy" GEORGE WIALKER GARRISON Those long hours Studying, most studious . . . Super sun-tan . . . Three strikes youre out . . . Depend- ahility is the keynote of success . . . A great life- Suver , . . UG. XV 195 RICHARD BYRON GRAF, JR. The stroke of a paint brush . . . Sound of far-away drums . . . Trips to the record shop . . . lndustrious today, prosperous tomorrow . . . Cartoons before lessons . . . Man of many talents . . . Richard LINDA LEE GRYIJER The dearest, sweetest, the most lovable, too, hest kind of :I pal and true hlue . . . Driblwling the hall Ilown the court . . . Charm attends her everywhere . . l2veryluody's friend . . . Linda BRENDA SUE HAlN'IlI-TON Slim and dark, just what the doctor ordered . . . Professional on a basketball court . . . A smile everyone looks for . . . Giggles heard through the halls of S. H.S .... A pretty girl is like a melody . . . Brenda ,,:z f-333 :Milt it in stirs, 'jj 5 rpg, Rudd.. af! cyegl lil,-rl V-ft-Us you ..g.1ul -gqyxx Crrxz,fr1ber' ,QU 505i '4fI'Yl3S uv-Q. Liar Sl6g!9ul'I7 poi' an '-l-AC, C,L'v"x5'7-r 19x50 Kr i gndf-QXQM7 up fu Hfie, cffvb H04 70e'l7 awff1'1wwi4 I JACKIE LEE HARTLINE . . , lov, Sports . . . Sports . . . Sports . . . Right hand onvnimcm Vi the baseball team . . . I..S.M.F.T. favorite by trial +A L .LHMC5 . The grass is always greener on the other side . Dark and handsome yet not too tall . . . Jackie wi- hkcl m ,Q ii-e-'mtl 'Limb-5 GLENDA FAYE HARTNESS The helping hand that saves the day . , . Sleepy hours working on the annual . . . A girl with al heart and a smile that makes the bubble of life Worth while . . . Three cheers for an Ae' gal with an A+ personality f... Most dependable . . . Glenda ,M i, it of Mt gen"1c:1rrx!9er- '1l'o -fhif Swffwm-H7 ,DMZ Qfid 1,4511 -FAQ., 'jBW1C5 6-Sl i-UQ, Ee4a','-v6,f4"i'tlP !""'xLe,x WW!! JH!-I 71-Wi . . 1. , y In Us -irc lomld al-Ac. :fu-nk' Pfwl bfeffw lem! ycpfg op nf R127-:fs Oval Easi 6.5, loefi yo-' Hifi-l jl'fff4"" HW-l LEON MASON HARTLINE lv f- S J " 'Z' L6 Never ceasing, always striving to reach a higher goal b H ' . . . To know him is to like him . . , A11 that is '- best meets in his eyes . . . A cry of joy for a champ of the team . . . He lives every moment at its fullest as if it were the last . . . Leon F9 Liga 1657? I95 VERLIE ELMER HOLLAND, JR. He who can take advice is sometimes superior to him who gives it . . , Afternoons at wrestling practice . . . Witty, yet serious . . . Seen driving "City Cleaners Truck' '... A great guy who stands hiuh with all . . , "Buddy" JAM iis Rocixxvizti, HOLLAND Not too serious, not too guy, u likable hoy in every wzlv . . . State Beta President . . . Collection ol tennis trophies . . . Romeo in hlue ieans . . . Most popular ,muy in town . . . "Pest" LARRY XVAYNE HOLLAND Ht-'s little, he's spry, but theres mischief in his eye . . . A little guy carrying it big horn . . . Kind, helpful, always ohliging . . . A big, little man . . . l-.irry 151' 4 :ig 4 , AN , 5' xv' fb! WVfJff .. G ? ,wif ':::v.Wwfff,fs 6 ' :ff Q' any ,R-,f,., ,,,, , 1 ' vdf 'Lfiff SENIURS MARGARET HALE JULIAN A daintier maid we never did see, and just as re- liable as she can be . . . Charm in a skirt and sweater . . . Haircuts that attract all . . . Sincere, fresh, and wonderful . . . "Peg 0' my heart" . . . ..Peg,, MARY ANN KIRKMAN And when she smiled, the world smiled too . . Graduation of '55-rush to slumber parties . . . Visitors "In the still of the night" . . . Secret codes and tests in Spanish . . . A girl born with red hair till she dyes . . . Everybody's friend "Vigero" JOHN ROGER KURFEES Man behind the football team . . . A credit to the Civil Air Patrol . . . Patience conquers the world , . . A twinkle in his eye and a smile on his face . . Johnny 195 JOHN GARLAND LACKEY, III Hup, hup, hup . . . Yes sir, Captain Lackey . . . Military minded expert . . . Hardworking soda jerk . . . Football authority '... A treasured friend . . . All in all a swell guy . . . "Tony" SIDNEY HUGH LANIER No hard work ever hurt anybody , . . Studious once in .1 while . . . Crazy about school during study hall and activity period . . . No hard work ever hurt any- body . . . Sidney ROBERT WARREN LINDLEY A muscle-bound physique under a head of blond hair , . . A friendly smile that charms all . . . A wizard at math . . . Most likely to succeed . . . "Bob" IORS ROYAL JOHNSON LINK, JR. A spin around town in a blue olds . . . Women prefer blonds . . . The good humor man . . . I.et's go to Hauser's ...' 'Fun is where you hnd it." . . . Hours of studying Spanish . . . Man with the golden touch . . "Perchy" DONNA CLAIRE LINZY Best things come in little packages . . . Vivacious, gay . . . Never running down . . . Weakness forl cashmeres . . . A cherished friend in every way . . . A lovable girl in a nice quiet wayg a kind thatls difficult to hnd today . . . Littlebit . . . Donna MARY CAROLYN LITTLE Gentle, sweet, and is loved by all . . . Hand of a great artist . . . Delightful little blonde . . . Excep- tional qualities . . . Where theres a will theres a way . . . Carolyn. ...l957 PHYLLIS GAIL LITTLE Flying fingers over typewriter keys . . . A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a Charm of friendship all the while . . . A willing worker . . . Sincere . . . Gail 'I 1 - , f . . K ' K. J . it 5 , fi eff K 1 I III! 1 717 uk L V ll, fr!! 0 7 ,ff . , 1 lf! 4, I7 if wrt af- K Le' A If ff PATRICIA LOUISE LIVINGSTON 1 my Air of a soft summer breeze with the Grace Kelly look . . . Typical girl as a future homemaker . . . I Thinks the best of everyone . . . A bundle of Jnefrgly I . . . Sweetest smile at S. I-l.S .... "Little Red" . . . "Putty" MARGIE MARIE LUNSEORD Pride of the basketball court . . . Healthy, happy, the best of sports, you seldom see her out of sorts . . . A serious minded girl in every way . . . Hard working . . . Margie Z SE IDRS To know her is to like her . . . "Dark eyesn . . . She's a laughing, peppy dame, never, never, quite the same . . . A rainbow for fashion . . , Soft beauty, light and bright . . . Original as a fashion trend . . . "Mack-off" JOHN WEsLEx' MARTIN The shadow of a boy in a light-colored Plymouth sm Always a friendly smile for everybody . . . will never be the death of him . . . Quiet but still around . . . Johnny GWYN LEE MAYBERRY Voom . . . Voom . . . A bass horn blaring . . . A tall, handsome guy marching . . . Look for a Ford and O. K. guy, and theres where you find him . . . Gwen 1957 WILLIAM FRANCIS lWAYHEXXf' Nxfitty . . . AlwaysQ doing something that may cause him trouble , . . Be good . . . A crazy guy . . . What can a man be, but merry . . . A real pal . . "Bill, DAN MAYS Bright, shining, freclcled face under a top notch of red hair . . . He doesn't worry, he doesn't fret, he's the kind of boy wc'll never forget . . . Picture of success . . . "Danny" GERALD MAX MCIGARR "Music goes round and round," . . . "Smoke rings" . . . Big man in ll black S8 . . . "Pep band," "pep rallies," . . . Half times at football games . . . Strike up the band . . . Mr. Drum Major . . . Max S, - 4 y I ,A 1 Q SE IORS FRANK MCLAUGHLIN, JR. A man's worth is estimated in this world according to conduct . . . Friendly to all . . . Striving for better English grades . . . A boy we hate to lose . . . Frank MARGIE RUTH MENSCER Happy is she who is content . . . A girl full of ideas . . . Sunny smile . . . Attractive in every way . . . She is always ready for a party to make other people happy A winning disposition Margie NOBLE BLooMF1ELD MILLS Midnights in the radio shack . . . A studious boy goes far into the world of knowledge . . . Stringing up lights . . . Working with all gadgets . . . Lots of ability . . . State bound . . . "Nobby" 1957 ROBERT LEE MITCHELL Full of energy and go . . . Merrily, merrily, shall l now live . . . To work with cars - his ideal . , . Give him happiness and laughter and then his life is complete . . . Wittiest . , . Robert JOHN THEODORE lMIZE Honor lies in honest toil ...' 'Nights at the "Rec" . . . "One alone" . . . A great football player . . . Devoted, anxious, and successful man of gentle man- ner . . . "Ted" JOSEPH FRANKLIN MOHLER His mind, his kingdom, his will, his law . . . Fine disposition for all . , . Quite pleasant manner wins friends for all . . . Lilieable in every way . . . ",lOC'i SE IURS CHARLES DAVIS MOONEY Unique pronounciation in French . . . Striving for perfection . . . Dramatic behind the scene . . . Well- known fellow around town . . . One of the roving kind . . . "Charlie" ALLEN SUE MOORE Susie with the light brown hair and beautiful blue eyes . . . Interest lies everywhere . . . Slim and striking . . . Skirts, sweaters, and turned up socks ...Sue BARBARA SUE MORRISON Her style is her manner . . . Speech is great, but Silence is greater . . . Independent and industrious . . . A Smile and greeting for all . . . Barbara 195 CAROLYN MORRISON Fragile and feminine, the glow of a summer sunset . . . The quality of a true friend . . , She doesn't say much, but we are glad she's one of us . . . Carolyn CHARLES GI.l2NN MORIIISON, JR. A silhouette of pride in the body of Charles Atlas . . . lfqutilled only hy strength in character . . . A lucky forest ranger . . . Tull, dark, and handsome in tt maroon lford . . . Charles MARGARET EMMA MUSE Patient industry is virtue . . . She delights us with music and sweet melody . . . A loyal supporter of our teams Practice. practice, practice Margaret P'-A ' 3133.5 3:22, T12-I . ' 1--. ,Li-fo f. 1-1.. 4 f .,,.,.i:fg.-7:---1 - SWL. AM s r ,. ? J gg, 4 '-,ct-3, -v43V,,:. :V -V, 1,334 " '63 Q ,f SE IORS BARBARA INEZ MYERS Combination of good looks and talents . . . Success only won by work . . . Willing . . . Gentle but not shy . . . Charm in every way . . . Small tribute to a wonderful girl . . . Barbara GENEVA DORCELIA MYERS A bundle of kitten nerves . . . Always ready to help a friend in need . . . Long practices with the dance band . . . Ready to bring forth a friendly smile, anytime . . . Come what may, she will never fail . . . Geneva JULIA KAY NABORS There is no substitute for brilliance . . . Blue and Gray on sale! . . . Sweet and sincere in all she does . . . All she asks from the newspaper stall is per- fection . . . Kay 195 MILDRED DENELDA NANTZ Cute as a button . . . The ray of sunshine , . . Will- ing to work . . . The gal with the golden hair . . . A quiet mind is richer than a crown . . . Little teeny weeny . . . "Nellie" ANNE WORTHINGTON NEELY Strawberry blonde, the center of attention . . . Ellish and mischicvious . . . Everything comes to him who waits . . . Little and neat, pretty and sweet . . . The campus chick . . . "Ida" ROBERT WILLIAM OTT Come on and let the good times roll . . . The more he talks, the more you like him . . . A pioneer in male cheerleading . . , Most original . . . "Bobo" SENIORS NANCY CAROLYN OVERCASH A box office ioy with baby blue eyes, golden locks, and a pleasing personality . . . Artistic hands, never failing to do their share . . . "Little things mean a lot." . . . Nancy SALLY ROVENA PARKS Keep it gayg a light heart lives long . . . By diligence she wins her way . . . Loafers and socks . . . A good disposition . . . Roven DOROTHY PHARR A worker always tending to her own allairs, and doing her level best . . . Smiles have charm . . . Some things you cant find in books . . . Dorothy 195 HARLAND GORDON PHARR Some credit in being jolly f... His friends are many, his enemies few . . . Well known for his good disposition .. . Strong and content .. . Gordon DWIGHT Davin PHILBISCK The lilc oi the good is free from fear . . , Hcre's a boy who knows his stuff, tall and handsome but still lids tough . . . Happy-go-lucky . . . Dwight JANE AMELIA POPE Frisky as a lamb, yes mam! . . . A bundle Of energy . . . A star with a basketball , . . Little in statue, but big to stand for all thats right . . . Shining example of an American girl . . . Most athletic . . . lane M .I . ,Y .,, 19' my? 'T' 'mf i-Q -aw A ,MJ .1 1 if M I I I LINDA KAY POPE IURS Hands of an artist with a creative touch . . . Making crowns for Queens . . . Ripling notes of mood music . . . Afternoons at the soda shoppe . . . Got a load? . . Thats our carefree . . . Kay CLYDE REAVIS What can a man be but merry? . . . Mischief in his eye . . . The world knows nothing of its great men . . . Witty as the next . . . Man of few words . . . Clyde NORMA SUE REID Little tube of mighty power, charmer of an idle hour . . . A music lover in it's truest sense, especially Four Freshmen . . . Fun on beach house parties . .. Chinese pajamas . . . "Ling" NANCY JANE RHEA Little bundle of sweetness with big brown eyes tied up in a pleasing personality . . . Petite with boyish bob, always looking for good times "Little things mean a lot' '.., jane FRIEDRICQK ANTHONY ROBBINS For he's a jolly good fellow . . . Comical in cvcry thing he says . . . What pleasure to be around Tuesday nights at C. A. P .... "Freddie" JACKIE RANDALL SHAVER All the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players . . . Dramatics Club . . . Dignity good character, and a cheerful disposition, happily combined . . . Conscientious, always willing to help . . . jackie SE IORS MARGARET ELIZABETH SHAW She's true to her work, her friends . . . Worn, worry, worry . . . Lovely Libby . . . Touched with a special kind of loveliness . . . Give the world your best and the best will come to you . . . Friendliness -anytime. anywhere . . . "Libby" REBECCA LEE SHELL To be rather than to seem to be . . . Ten past eight for a very important date . . . Dependability is the keynote of success . . . Oh, ya'll!! . . . Beauty is truthg truth, beauty . . . The world is conquered by influence . . . "Becky" JAMES ROBERT SHERRILL Men are not measured by inches but by their deeds . . . One accomplished in the art of making friends ' . . . Beta Club . . . Fords . . . A wonderful person to know . . . Jim 195 HAROLD CLYDE SHERRILL, jR. Give me athletics or give me death . . . A team is as strong as its captain . . . "Shave and a hair cut two bits" . . . The hercules of S. I-I.S .... His is the spirit that never dies . . . Most athletic . . . Harold SHIRLEY ANN SHINN Quiet, sweet, and everything HCHI . . . A friendly Hhello' '... She came, she smiled, she conquered , . . Wlizit a sweet life a quiet life can he . . . Our friend . . . Shirley ZELLA FAYE SHORE The life of the good is free from fear . . . Warm circle of friendship . . . Untiring effort in all she does . . . Friend of the friendless . . . Cheerful . . . Zella SE IORS MARGARET LOUISE SIPES The bouncy little blonde with the wonderful way . . . Capable and competent . . . The best things in life are free . . . What a sweet life a quiet life can be . . . Slim and trim as a button . . . Margaret HARRIET ERWIN SLooP She walks in beautyg her life shines as a golden gleam . . . Blushing is an ornament of youth . . . Megaphones and cartwheels . . . Forever willing to go the second mile . . . A queen of queens . . . "Happy" KAY FRANCES SMITH Happy she goes the live long day . . . She'll always help in every way . . . Cest dommage . . . Low giggles heard in study hall . . . A faithful friend in every way . . . Kay 195 THOMAS LYNN SMITH The happy Whistler of S, H. S .... Always a friendly "hi" . . . Honest and sweet . . . Long hours at the shop . . . Loyal, just, and upright man . . . Lynn Sl DN EY ROBERT SOWEIIS Quiet--hut industrious . . . A mind to know and a will to do . . . Master mind in all he attempts . . . Wtmrlting hours ut Smithy's . . . Greatest in every way . . . Sidney LEONA SPANN Dark hair, pretty eyes, and a wide smile . . . Always ready to help . . . Every motion hlithesome and cheery . . . True friend to all , . . Serene in all her ways . . . Leona SE IORS She is sweet and neat in everything she does . . . Love that Spanish . . . Fortune helps those who help themselves . . . The smile that warms all . . . Sylvia BARBARA JEAN STEELE Blue eyes soft colors. . . Bubblin lauvht g ber... Quick wit . . . A friend in need . . . A smile that will win the heart of all . . . Bobbie SANDRA LEONA STEWART Variety is the spice of life . . . Vogue in every way . . . Combination of brains and attractiveness . . . The nights of cheering especially "Come on Blue, come on Gray" . . . A whirl-wind in a sigh . . . Sandra ...I957 PATRICIA STIKELEATHER Heaven on earth, an angel of a bride walk hand in hand with a brown-eyed, handsome man-someone so sweet to confide in . . . A dashing girl with a twirling baton . . . All I desire, Jimmy . . . Pat BARBARA ANN SULLIVAN Life is a dreamy and truly here is a dream . . . Colorful and bright as an Autumn day . . . Saddle oxfords and shakies . . . She stands for all that's good . . . Popular as a song . . . Barbara RACHEL SWEARINGER A perfect girl, nobly planned, to warn, comfort, and command . . . A pleasing work for all . . . Big heart with room for every joy . . . Sweeter than them all . . . Rachel W-ia I 1.111 ,SI . Tian I r M in I If 23. 51 K' ' "W WJ -N 1. I ,--.lg Q Q J' "X -3 1. - ,ip te V 73 E' l?u iv SENIURS HAZEL HOVUELL TAYLOR, JR. An outburst of laughter hiding serious thoughts . . . Mr, Touchdown . . . Meet him, know him, under- stand him, and you'll never forget him . . . "Hurri- cane Hazel" . . . Give the world your best and some- day you'll reach a star . . . Key Club president . . . Hazel LINDA ANNE TEVEPAUGH Gray eyes and blonde hair . . . A sparkling, friendly smile . . . Personality that brightens a gloomy day . . . A wonderful lady decked out to do her best . . Door of success . . . Linda DAVID OTTo T HARPE The first to "O.K." a party . . . An award winning high jumper . . . "Mint julepn . . . A center in football and basketball . . . If only a blue olds could talk . . . Tall, lanky, and persuasive . . . "Your old Dad" . . . "Claude" 195 FRANCES BAGWELL THOMAS My own thoughts are my companions . . . Malte the most of yourself for that is all there is of you . . . The less people speak of their greatness the more we think of it . . . Key Club "Sweetheart '... An all around gal in an all around way . . . Frances JEAN EUGENIA TIMBERG Oh, that Swiss accent everyone loves to hear . . . Black hair everyone admires . . . Keen as a whip . . . Hours spent in C. A. P .... Much admired . . .lean PEGGY JEAN WARD A friend to truth, and soul sincere, in action faithful, in honor clear , . , Girl with quiet smile . . . Pretty. sweet, and yet so gentle . . . Peggy - V.,,,3. 5- . ff .,. - , Q., f 9' .Q vw 4-M if ,.,.. . my 1 .Mig SE IDRS ELIZABETH ANN WARREN When she speaks, the world listens . . . Beauty shines from her heart . . . A smile to melt the deep- est frown . . . A whiz at typing . . . Lending a hand . . . A girl to remember . . . "Liz" ELLIE JANE WEST A dark beauty with an air of sophistication . . . Share your happiness with othersg keep secret all else . . . Bright as the day, mysterious as the night . . . Seeks not glory for her names sakeg hours of service ...Agemofagirl...jane MARIANN WHITE The loudest giggle . . . Life of slumber party . . . A gallop across the basketball court . . . A lovable, laughable redhead . . . The dearest, the sweetest, the best kind of a pal . . . "Moody" 195 PATSY RUTH WHITLOW A pleasant disposition and a personality to match . . . Dreams that make the future real . . . An un- dying interest in her work . . . A true friend is ever a friend . . . Patsy GlEllAI-IJ THoMAs W1I,KINsoN Dusty tennis shoes . . . Quiet and industrious . . . One of fruit cup boys . . . Nice game . . . Boy of strong mind and determination . . . Fun loving . . . Wizztrtl at football . . . A treasure to all ..., Ierry MICHEL WEsToN VUILKINSON Horn-blows . . . Parties at the "Rec" Lake . . . Fly- ing feet over hurdles . . . The running car . . . Harpoon . . . Are you mine? . . . "Why let one-'s studies interfere with one's education?" . . . . "Wilkie" SE IORS JERRY BRYAN WILSON Teasing, tall, and technical . . . Always ready to help a friend . . . Dreams of being a preacher . . . N41 Chevy, '... A friend worth having . . . He will work as hard for cthers as for himself . . . Jerry JOE THOMAS WOODIE A little guy with a great big heart . . . What he lacks in brawn, he makes up with brains . . . College material . . . Creating fun wherever he goes . . . Joe MARX' JOAN XVOODY A dreamy mood and a blank stare . . . "Heres to the girl with :1 heart and smile. that makes the bubble of life worth while" . . . Lost in geometry' . . . Sweet and neat ...E I Oim 195 Veg e ALAIN Maur: SANDOZ We asked for a foreign exchange student and got ll friend . . . Strains of "Loyal and True" sung with at French accent . . . As they say in France, "Un grand garcon" . . . "Oh, l've never seen French feet" . . . The Church family, second only to those in France . . . "Alain, would you help me with my French?" . . . For he's a jolly, good fellovt '... "Did you have a Merry Christmas, Alain?" . . . just one of the "gang" from another land . . . "But in France they feed corn to the pigs" . . . A big smile and a friend- ly "Hi" . , . "Alain, say something in French" . . . Speaking in chapel and at civic clubs . . . Ivy league pants, black loafers, and a crew neck sweater , , . Pride of S. H. S .... Riding in the back of a truck at Camp Grier . . . Mack-off and Opie teaching Alain to jitterbug fbeach style? . . . First American date . . . Cream of the crop . . . Oh, that fabulous Vifashington trip . . . To know him is never to for- get him . . . He occupies a large space in our hearts . . . Alain CLASS HISTOR Y Do you remember that first day you came to elementary school? Do you remember learning to read, to print, and then to write? Do you remember when you first made all those wonderful friends that have stuck with you through all the years? Do you remember the trouble you had learn- ing to get along with people your own age? Do you remember facing the first crack of that new whip-homework? Do you remember all those Saturdays and the afternoon movies with "the gang?" Do you remember the first hectic days at Junior High and all the new friends you met there? Do you remember the steps to the gym and the tree nearby? Do you remember finding out that there is more to learn than just reading writing, and arithmetic? Do you remember working on the Junior High-Light and your first taste of student gov- ernment? Do you remember that first junior-Senior at junior High? Do you remember the day you went to Senior Chapel at Senior High? Do you remember the summer you eagerly waited for your first year at Senior High to begin-not just any Senior High, but THE Senior High, S.H.S.? Do you remember being amazed by the numerous clubs at Senior High and the rush to join all those that were open to sophomores? Do you remember going out for sports and trying to make the team? Do you remember signing up for the Blue and Gray or the Trail Staff and working your head off to make the grade? Do you remember working so hard for the Dramatics Club, either on or behind the stage? Do you remember signing library slips and working on that bulletin board for Book Week? Do you remember slaving on that Home- coming float? Do you remember those inspirational night meetings of the Bible Club? Do you remember the Monogram Club Ban- quet when you received your first letter? Do you remember the hectic, but wonderful, nights at the "Rec?" Do you remember the fun you had disecting earthworms in Biology? Do you remember seeing those high and mighty seniors cry at their graduation and not being able to understand why? Do you remember the hours spent working in the cafeteria or in the concession stand and the feeling of accomplishment you had as you watched the money roll in? Do you remember slaving night after night trying to get the gym ready for the Junior- Senior? Do you remember how beautiful it looked when that night "In An Oriental Gardeni' finally came and how it was gone before you realized it? Do you remember the odd feeling you had when you realized that you were the seniors now? Do you remember how you tried so hard to fill every minute of that last precious year? Do you remember going to every game, to every pep rally, and yelling like a madman? Do you remember your last Homecoming game and how you prayed that it wouldnt rain? Do you remember your Junior-Senior and how that beautiful night seemed to fly away so quickly. Do you remember seeing the Nations Capitol with your classmates and what a big happy family you seemed to be? Do you remember receiving those hard- earned awards and shedding tears at your Senior Chapel? Do you remember how meaningful that Baccalaureate Sermon seemed? Do you remember when you finally received your diploma-the symbol of twelve years of toil and fun, of friendship and beautiful mem- ories? lf you remember these things, you remember the happiest and best years of your life-your years at Statesville Senior High School! DAN CHURCH, Cltm Hittforian A WARD Valedictorian ,., A .-,.,,7A7777,,,,, ,, , , L , Sandra Stewart Salutatorian -- A .,,. G lenda Hartness English Award -......V .,..., G lenda Hartness Mathematics Award ..,., ,, Av R oben Lindley Science Award ..,.,.... French Award v..... Jerry Wilson Glenda Harrness Typing Award .,...... Shorthand Award ....... Bookkeeping Award ...r.. Citizenship Award c.,.. Citizenship Award ,..., Girl of the Year ...., Boy of the Year .........................,. L Elizabeth Warren Judy Rhea Kenneth Cannon Frances Thomas Ted Mize Frances Thomas Alan Clark D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award ...... Sandra Stewart Mr. Statesville Senior High Miss Statesville Senior High L. Alan Clark Harriet Sloop Library Award rrrrrrrr.rrr,,,.,.r..,. Library Award Library Award Library Award Library Award Library Award Library Award Library Award Library Award Library Award Library Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Yearbook Award Dramatics Alice Barnes L L Elaine Brett Mary Gage Carlton L Eloise Cowles L Linda Gryder Brenda Hamilton Margaret Muse Nancy Overcash Margaret Sipes Barbara Sullivan L Linda Tevepaugh Frances Thomas L Glenda Hartness LL LL Ann Kirkman L L LL Libby Shaw L Eloise Cowles Mary Gage Carlton Alice Barnes L ,,,. ..,..Vr.r,.,r,,Y,.,,..r,..,. H azel Taylor Pat Stikeleather Thornburg Mariann White L. Barbara Sullivan David Tharpe Club Award ......,r...,r.,...,,, Jackie Shaver Most outstanding contribution to Dramatics Club for three years Dramatics Club Award-Acting Sandra Stewart Dramatics Club Award-Acting Bob Ott Dramatics Club Award-Acting L Kay Mack Dramatics Club Award-Acting LL LL Alan Clark Dramatics Club Award--Acting Harriet Sloop Dramatics Club Award--Stage ,,,, Charles Mooney Dramatics Club Award-Stage Ljimmy Holland Dramatics Club Award-Stage ...,.,v.,.., David Tharpe Dramatics Club Award-Stage .L rr.r.... LL Richard Davis journalism Award ..................... ....,r. D an Church journalism Award ...,.. ..,..,. K ay Nabors journalism Award ,,... ....,. B ecky Shell Journalism Award ,.,... ,..,.. L L Jane West journalism Award .rr,, ...rr. H arriet Sloop journalism Award .,.r,. .,,.,,.. K aye Pope Journalism Award ...... ..... S andra Stewart journalism Award ,.r. L ...,. Richard Graf Carrousel Princess ,..... ,r,rrr, H arriet Sloop Miss Merry Christmas ,,,, L L Sandra Stewart Homecoming Queen L L LL L Barbara Sullivan Queen of the Sweetheart Ball L L Anne Neely Snow King L rr,, jimmy Holland Snow Queen Elizabeth Shaw Key Club Sweetheart Frances Thomas junior-Senior Prom Queen Kay Mack Queen of Clubs Ida Mae jennings lfssay Awards Wcmn1r1n's Club Essay Contest Pat Stikeleather Thornburg Civitan Iissay Contest Glenda Hartness V, F. W. Auxiliary Essay Harrier Sloop Athletic Awards Football Harold Sherrill Girls Basketball Margie Lunsford Boy's Basketball Mike Wilkinson Wrestling t.tttt LL L Jerry Elliott Baseball r,,, LL Howard Anderson Track ,.,. ,r,, L L Hazel Taylor Tennis . .L L L.LL LL Jimmy Holland Pardue Medal Mike Wilkinson Girls Athletics jane Pope , ,4 - . ' L h , Q ., A ,..,. . 0 ,v,, , , felt it: W" 4 Q x Q 14:1 '- gr' A ' ' ' I A :-1:2-M.: ?1f1:fiix 01:-1 JU 10K UNI OR CLASS OFFICERS Premienz ..4,, , . WALLY RIDDLE Vice-Prefifiefzl A . ..., DALE BECK Secretary A,,., , , . A SUSIE Woom' Tremwer A,.,.,,,,,,.,..A., TOMMY SOUTHALL N l"""" 4 3 A Nik N , QF? Lt "ffm I F Q., 4- fizg I W4 mi 'Q E t' 'Q . , waffle if 'Yi' QQSEZ wwwqf 6 Football fans gathered at the junior Class concession stand during the football game. M -F YT-Q 1. X ' 1 X Q9 N. - Q , X X 15 xx- Q 12- W Q , ' ' xs..x.u-. u ,QK x , r 2 'r 1 ,- ' .V 1 .KX A 'fy 4 . 'u 'W ,tn may 345: g' ,Flu ' " 1' F. . ,'.', 'K' 1 Q Q f,,'fTM5? iJZ??'1' , x ,gt gui g h W , ' 2 1 was , 4' H1 I F. W5 4 , GVQ-x AY J"- Q., 1,1 wJ W rw. '.-1 , , K V .QB1 mi '1 3' fU ,IOR Velma Pharr Dotty Plyler Gail Poole Ann Poole Bill Raymer Judy Rhea Wally Riddle Phyllis Ross Sue Rouche Gene Rowland Jane Rowland Nancy Sue Royall Catherine Royster Betty Rurnple Sue Sample Janette Sane John Scheld Sylvia Sue Sherrill Judy Shoemaker Cindy Shuford Tommy Southall Larry Southers Charles Southers Peggy Southers Barbara Stafford Sue Stamper Charlie Faye Stewart Glenda Stewart CLASS Jean Summers Gladys Summers Patsy Taylor John Tharpe Jane Thompson Janice Thompson Charles Thorne Dent Tillery Janice Tilley Henry Trent Wanda Tucker John Walker Martha Ann Ward Judy Weatherman Lafayette Whitley Lora Ann Whitley Frederick Wieland Jimmy Wilhelm Ann Willis Susie Woody Wlmitten Yount Nannette Young OPHOMUR E S OPI-I OM ORE CLASS OFFICERS Preficient .S.... . . . BOBBY PHILBECK Vice-Preridenr .,... , i . DICKIE RAYMER Secretary-Treasurer , . A . . . RALPH HOOVER pu W' a 'f.., -' --1l 1'l alan abernathy kenneth adams ronnie adclison sylvia allison nancy armour barry ashe mary ellen austin katie barkley aliCe gayle beard jucly benge anne benson ruth billings ronalcl lee bost jeannie boyer rosemary brewer marriott brosius marlon brown thomas Cain Carolyn Campbell Curley Campbell .. 13 N as in I df -f I 5 ' 2 .4401 mf pj JK A i jo n john n 'W afr N s o 4 fly? ay langston martha laws barry lindley bryant lindsey Vivien lippard wayne lippard joyce lloyd mary deneale long diane lunsfotd deanie marett barbara mayhew patsy mccombs elizabeth meacham lee miller nancy coleen mills john moore robert l. moore jane morgan frances morrison helen morrison Q jane morton richard motto buddy munday linda. murdock judy nash susie nash nathan neely teddy newton nancy dale offutt sandra parker kay pardue bob philbeck kathryn plyler mm nosron I RE dicky raymer linda raymer james reavis ralph reavis sybil reavis julia redmond wayne redmond linda rinehardt brenda robbins sylvia rogers linda Sharpe tommy sharpe judith sherrill kay sherrill mation shook tommy slane jerry smith larry smith mary jane smith linda Stevenson ronnie stone ClyCill1l1C SLIITIITICTS diane thompson rebecca thorne bennerr tollivcr duren froutman carolyn fucker kay warren mary lois warren nelda ann watts ronald weatherman henry weaver mary ann west grace henry wiley fannie lou Wilhelm billy wilson jerry wilson danny Wiseman alice lynn young loan yount Hu 1 3 1 Vs Fm tu re A mighty oak has many far-reaching branchesg Each individual has precious limbs that no storm, no wind can break The branches are rooted year by year-day by dayg Each hour reveals a personality all its own. Friendships are bound together in a love everlastingg There is the expression between two people when only eyes can speak. Your life does not truly live without the presence of others. The heavens declare a million starsg a friend declares a million more. Trips have been made that only memories can relive. The shadows will never be the sameg Time has been washed out to sea. Waves of the future are only to be recognized. The trail of high school is a path leading to a world beyondg Past experiences will burn forever though the flame will disappearg Gnly you know its lasting joy. 0 4' Your feet may travel down another hallwayg through another schoolg S.x:,51.4,,,5ii.Qf:i:3,,1. .Lf ,Q X ' l it 75:1-f "-ivHsQg.72SLQ? lx 1 . .. , .-x:,. . gk. ,-. lx 4 'L '89 vw Q 1-7 T' "" -0--'f L, K Y 5. J L fy, -P' 1 xg. Ev - A Elm A .M awww wkgfui 'I ,Jig - ' , -'-N' - 33' 2-me ms ' V1 L R I , M525 TEN, X SQ +4 : 1 . Q 5- , A 3 :wr - .nz 41,5 ww, H N Hi W fwageag.--.. . 9 X' , nes' we " ' V' ' ,L 1 A -Swv-93-'.. 1 rx .x S: - , '2iZ..,.m ' ' + :Jn ,,,Vf,mff 14 7 ,,, 146404 I V , A fy ' 2-ZZ 4' 7, M., WM - , 0 2 " L,. Lg 1 , , ,,,, 1 My I' Xix X , v 1 f . . . A Q . :R NV an . A . .s -.QQFNLS se5..ee- W., .,X. - - 1-Q' s . , QQ.. .s-,.,,-,Aiea , . ,J .M f cv .i . s - - s e , A - sw - lflxf' 3 'V ' A 1 X was 14' 3 R Q iv X if' A iff - 2i ?5?,,,.-L, I ,V - C: J ,gc L E 5. X S A. .Q . F S i s 1 , ' o , ' figwggyigwfgaske my -W ' 'Vt i+-?imHQvNiNmSws mc When people see pictured 21 hoy and ll girl chosen to represent S. H. S.. they see 21 reflection not only of them, hut of the school itself. XVe feel we ha1VC mzicle two perfect choices in selecting HARRlET SLOOP and USMOKEYU CLARK to represent us, the student hotly of S. H. S. Z FU :D Z U E cn cn cn l-l P H FU cn 4 l-"4 T' T' U1 E , C5 L' 4 -sc Siiiili -1 QQ . A ' ,Six X is . R' CLASS HO ORS Valedictorian Safzmztoritzzz SANDRA STEWART GLENDA HARTNESS "Natural abilities are like natural plants, that need pruning by study." MARSHALS Chic' Cb! Sam Harmon Tommy Southall Betty Duyvuult Patricia Alexander Victor Georgiou Sylvia Campbell Ida Mae Jennings john justice .lane Thompson Jetty Barrier Fred Wfieland Peggy McGez1Chy Williilni Aiken John Goodin HOMECOMING SHS 1956 QM mlm Smal l '?"f. A V 5 I , l SPONSORS First Row-Kay Warren, Jean Boyer, julia Johnson, Judy Benge, Nunette Young jackie Lusley. Second Row+AInne Pope, Sully Mills, Martha Ann Wliinl, Par Srikelentlier, Linda Gryder kay Muck, Burburri Sullivan, Sandra Stewart, Mary Gage Carlton, Bobbie Steele. Eliza- lwerli Ann Wfiirren, Susie Nush, Brirburu Myers, lVlLll'g11l't'I Muse. ,ni , 33. Ni' 'if--+..... " J HF I-'v 1.51 1956 HCMECOMING COURT Reigning over the 1956 Homecoming festivities was MISS BARBARA SULLIVAN. Barbara, a senior cheerleader, has many attributes becoming to a true queen. 1956-57 QUEENS O PARADE fs.. Cawozuel Pfinceff M255 Merry Clarixizmzs Miss HARRIET SLOOP M155 SANDRA STEWART "Tell there, dear, if eyes were made for seeingg then beauty is thine own excuse for being." A eaufg . . . c arm . . .pemonagfy . . .poke . . . agigfy ,,.',7t'.:.-W N 41 ME , et t 5 ,aff-. 'V' FRANCES THOMAS IDA MAE JENNINGS Key Club Sweetheart Queen of Clubx LIBBY SHAW ANNE NEELY Hi-Y Fi-Y Snow Queen Queen of the Sweetheart Ball 1957 SENIGR Best All Around FRANCES THOMAS SMOKEY CLARK When you lose yourself in service, you have found true life. I Mott Likely to Succeed SANDRA STEWART BOB LINDLEY The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well. SUPERLATI ES l 'K ab .IN . rl! 'if-,Tig Moi! Popular BARBARA SULLIVAN JIMMY l'lOI.LAND Popularity is only tl virtue when one has it whether one wills it or not 1518! of Beit Looking HARRIET SLOOP FIOXYARD ANnERsoN A pleasing countenance is no slight advantage. 1957 SE ICR Most Influential BECKY SHELL FRANK ELLER To encourage a person to think for himself, instead of trying to instill ready- made opinions into his mind, is true influence. f' . nf: gurl MW M051 Dependable GLENDA HARTNESS BILL CAMPBELL To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved. SUPERLATIVES Mort Stzmfiozff KAY NABORS G. W. GARRISON Learning by study must be won, ,Twas ne'er passed down from son to son. "gif Q , 1. - in Friemffieit ANN KIRKMAN LEON I-IARTLINE Of all the heavenly gifts that mortal men commend, Wllilf trusty treasure in the world can counrervail 21 friend? 1957 SE ICR Mort Original BoB CTT KAY MACK What is originality? It is sincerity in being one's self and reporting accurately what you see and are. I I Wittiest ROBERT MITCHELL DOT DAVIDSON If there he no laughter in lifeg I ask you where is the joy? SUPERLATIVES M051 Talented MARGARET MUSE RICHARD GRAF To do easily what is diffxcult for others is the mark of talent. ,,,,,,...,.----1 41-11-If Mort Athletic HAROLD S1-IERRILL JANE POPE Those who love the game beyond the prize have at right to be truly called athletes. wc ,MW ' in, 444 Q, fr , 'Q Hum f -ALQ YA -f ,f ,ff , 9 i I y ii, V 'i r av-in , ,V ,Ann l . V www , V vfiagamzzw-wa, Z ,W Www, Y I," K n '91 The Junior Class of Statesville Senior High School requests the pleasure of your Company at the Junior-Senior Dance and Banquet Friday, the twentieth of April, nineteen hundred fifty-six, at seven oklotlq in an "Oriental Gaiden." VN' Y ,..--v--...., 'GQ' I .li A . Cv 'w-J kf"1 f Cf A ueexzg 0 at 5 H1-Y - F1-Y SNOW KING AND QUEEN QUEEN o1f Cuuss Shall we wear these honors for a day? Or shall they last, and we rejoice in them? it A fig O' -r N, 'Q 'I Actiafitzler In order to feel a part, you must be a part. Your name was written in works, not in ink. A smile found its way after a job well done. A flower needs rain to liveg Clubs blossom forth with real members. There was a closeness working togetherg People were no longer strangersg but lasting friends. The school was your pride. You strived to create beauty and a greater name. With the hands of an artist, you drew a posterg With the hands of a carpenter, a float was builtg Once extra tasks were welcomed with a deep sighg Now it would be wonderful to work to the last breath of twilight A trail can not be unless it is traveled. Each step of the way is a vital part. You can not drift along as if on fairy feet. A trail is formed by someone seeking more in life. 0 ,, ff 5 .5 I 1.1 15, as l-7, f xg 2 1 S ' f 40 ,o Q 'W' 6 f Q , I I 3 Q fi "' J W nj uf - " 1 ' 1' 'X . JV ' 1. I -I " VN' - 1 m 1 - x ,, gy . 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Q ' 49 5 1 .-, F 6 L 'vimli 'J Q,-af' P JZ if THE 195 Editor GLENDA HARTNESS C o-Editor FRANCES THOMAS Bttyirzeff Manager ELOISE COWLES Adoertifirzg Manager MARIANN WHITE Actizfitiey Editor LIBBY SHAW Feature Editor PAT STIKELEATHER STAFF EDITORS Clair Editor MARY GAGE CARLTOIN Typing Editor ALICE BARNES Circrflatiorz Manager ANN KIRKMAN Art Editor BARBARA SULLIVAN Sporty Editor HAZEL TAYLOR Pbotograpby Editor DAVID THARPE TRAIL STAFF , I CIRCULATION-Ann Kirkman Bobbie Steele Linda Gryder Par Elliott joan Yount jean Boyer julia johnson Mary DeNeal Long jane Morgan Nathan Neely Mary Bartley Mary Jean Montgomery Martha Ward Ann Chandler Deleta Holland Gail Little ACTIVITIES-Libby Shaw Pat Alexander Sonja Anderson Carolyn Bost Louie Marett Pat Mayberry Doris Rummage William Aiken Nancy Offutt Linda Raymer jane Creedmore Elizabeth Meacham THE STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF Glenda Hartness 8: Frances Thomas Patsy Taylor Betty Dayvault Carolyn Campbell Eloise Cowles Businen Manager CLASS-Mary Gage Carlton Linda Elliott Doris Lambert Martha Harris Frances Morrison Bob Cathey Susan Johnson Jackie Shaver Robin Holland TYPING-Alice Barnes Geneva Myers Nancy Overcash Margaret Muse ADVERTISING-Mariann White Ann Lane john Tharpe Lafayette Whitley Peggy julian Martha Laws Judy Klutz Mary Anne West Tommy Slane Susie Nash Nancy Armour Wilson Angley Betty Jean Somers Dicky Raymer A-. .qu PHOTOGRAPH Y-- David Tharpe Henry Weaver Ralph Hoover Bill Barger Bryant Lindsey Sidney McLester ART-Barbara Sullivan Kay Warren Wally Riddle Alice Young Anne Benson FEATURE-Par Nancy Royall Barbara Morgan Linda Gryder Kay Pardue Thornburg SPORTS-Hazel Taylor Gene Roland Cindy Shuford Fred Wieland Tony Lackey Leon Hartline Gail Poole Barry Ashe Alohn ,lustice Mike Wilkinson ua. OFFICERS Preridenz A.... A,.. A LAN CLARK Vice-President ..... . . . LEON HARTLINE Secfemffy-Trearmer . . . .... JOHN SCHELD Spomm- .,......,.......,. Miss GRIFFITH Ronnie Addison, Mary Battley, Mary Parks Caldwell, Bob Cathey, Alan Clark, Pete Eutrell, G. W. Garrison, Robert Gilleland, Nancy Gray, Martha Harris, Leon Hartline, Julia Johnson, Linda johnson, John Kiser, Bob Lindley, Diane Lunsford, Elaine Moseley, Margaret Muse, Kay STUDENT ASSEMBLY Q33 Pardue, Bill Pence, Bob Philbeck, Wally Riddle, Linda Rinehardt, john Scheld, Harold Sherrill, Harriet Sloop, Tommy Southall, Hazel Taylor, Frances Thomas, Dent Tillery, Martha Ward, Elizabeth Ann Warren, Henry Weaver. Representing the students of S.H.S. as its governing body is the STUDENT ASSEMBLY. Representatives are chosen from each home room. Special projects are sponsoring the Student Store, Clean Up Day and Foreign Exchange Students. It QQ. X iw- L MR XGQN HE BL AND GRAY C0-Edit0rJ . A .. Kay Nabors Dan Church Aryociate Editor ....,.A News Editor! Sporn Edftorr ..... Feature Edftorr Aryirtanf Frature Editor Sylvra Campb ll Bufinen Manager ,.,. Asfirtarzt Biuiners M arzagcr ,,,,,,.,,,,V,, Circulaticrt Managerr Advertixing Manager Ayfirtant Manager ..,, Exchange Editor ,,7,, Art Editorf ,........,,... Editor ol Pfootograplay Sldney McLester Copy Editorf ., v...,.,.., Sandra Stewart New: Staff-Nancy Gray Elame Hollrngsworth Adzertifzrz Stal? Charles Neely Barry Llndley Elaine Mosely, Nelda Watts Frankie Burke james Reavrs Sara Hunter Brenda Feature SMU-Sue Reid Sara Harmon Judy Weath Hendren Nannette Youn Mary Greenwood jua erman, Alan Sandoz Flltil Elhott Kay Hamllton Tommy Sharpe Bennett Sporty Staff-Bllly Holland Rlchard Graf 'lollrver joe Wootly john Stheld Art Staff-Donna L1n7y Kay Pope Ida Mae en Typ Il Staff El zab th Ann Warren Margle Luna nings, Barbara Myers on Circulation Stal Linda Kctchre jean Trmbtrg., Susie Wfoody, Qatherlnc Ann Roystcr The BIUL md GRAY lb ln award wrnnmf, publltttron ol S H S lt prucnts thc v c K f BETA CLUB OFFICERS Preridenf ...... . . . BILL CAMPBELL Vice-Preridenz AA.. ..... E Lolsla COWLES Secremry ..,.., . . . GLENDA HARTNESS Trearurer . . . ..... JIM SHERRILL William Aiken, Pat Alexander, Alice Barnes, Mary Battley, Bill Campbell, Sylvia Campbell, Ann Chandler, Dan Church, Alan Clark, Eloise Cowles, Jane Crowson, Betty Dayvault, G. W. Garrison, Victor Georgiou, Sara Harmon, Martha Harris, Glenda Hartness, Bill Holland, James Holland, Robin Holland, Ida Mae Jen- nings, John Justice, Ann Kirkman, Robert Lindley, Peggy McGeachy, Donald Mills, Ted Mize, Elaine Moseley, Kay Nabors, Dorothy Plyler, Jane Pope, Nancy Sue Royall, Sue Sam- ple, Libby Shaw, Becky Shell, James Sherrill, Harriet Sloop, Tommy Southall, Sidney Sowers. Sandra Stewart, Barbara Sullivan, Patsy Taylor, Jane Thompson, Janice Thompson, Nelda Ann Watts, Judy Weatherman, Jane West, Jerry Wilkinson, Joe Woodie. Citizenship, leadership and scholarship determine membership in the BETA CLUB, a national honor society. Sponsoring College Day is an annual project. QUILL AND SCROLL To further interest in creative writing is the purpose of the QUILL ind SCROLL 1 Gull' national literary honor society. Membership is based on scholrrship and outstanding literary work. LH.S.H. OE EICERS Preriflefzl , .i,... Dan Church Vice-Preiifieazi . . i Becky Shell Secretary , . , Harriet Sloop 7q7'G6Z.fl!7'61' . .ii. Eloise Cowles Mary Parks Caldwell, Mary Gage Carlton, Eloise Cowles, Dan Church, Glenda It-Iartness, Levina King, Peggy McGeachy, Kay Nabors, Libby Shaw, Becky Shell, Harriet Sloop, Sandra Ste- wart, Barbara Sullivan, Patsy Taylor, Frances Thomas. Ol9IilCllRS Pl'L'.l'jZ!L'llf , i Bill Campbell Vic'c'-l'lt'c,iitfw1! .lane Pope SL'l'I'L'flll'j! . , , Hazel Taylor 7il'C'tl,1lll'C'l' , Mike WllklllS4l1l Alan Clark, Frank Eller, .It-rry Elliot, Jimmy Foster, Royal Link, jim Sherrill, Sidney Sowers, Joe Wfoodie, Ann Kirkman, Patty Livingston, Sylvia Stafford, .lean Timberg. 4'4 'lg Q Lava - xx UQ Qu gnmsu 511' CLUB' ,i U.. :nn aiu. . is 4.-..t. f t 1: I! -ff 0 4 I. I i may ' its ww ,L -- ., , I-v, . ,.. ut 'la J. Uh- ... V -'wr-W' rw'---'ra f 11"'l""1 li 1 , --v-w1wv-,q- Students taking second year Spanish make up the SPANISH CLUB Their meetings lrt held monthly during the class period. The purpose is to interest students in the continued study of Spanish THE SPANISH CLUB Howard Anderson Bill Campbell .... Mary Gage Carlton Dan Church ...4, Alan Clark ..., . Frank Eller ,rl.. G. W. Garrison . . . Glenda Hartness . Ann Holland ,,.. Jimmy Holland . . , Bobby Lindley . . . Patty Livingston . . Nobby Mills .i,.. Ted Mize .i4... PRESIDENTS CLUB Sponsor: MR. . . . . . . Senior Clary , . . . Beta Club Spaniib Club . . . Quill and Scroll, Blue anfl Gray Student Gouernnzent Hi-Y . . . Science Club Annual . , . Cbief Majorette . . . Monogram Club ......D.O.Club .F.H.A. , Projeclio12i,tl.f Club . , , . . . Frencb Club DEAL Margaret Muse Kay Nabors . . Bobby Philbeck jane Pope ,... Dickie Raymer Wally Riddle . Jackie Shaver . Becky Shell i , . Harold Sherrill Sandra Stewart ,, ,,Band Dance Band Blue ann' Gray Sopbouzore Clay! ...., Glee Club Moclern Muiic Marten' ..,,.........Lc1I'l7IClll17 , , ,.i, junior Clair Drauzatiiit Club . . ,,...,, Bible Club Foofball Captain i . . . . . . Head-Cbeerlearler Barbara Sullivan . . . ..,.. Library Club Hazel Taylor . , . . . , Key Club Frances Thomas , . . . . , Annual, Fi-Y Leaders in school projects as presidents of various clubs and organizations are members of the PRESIDENTS CLUB. AS 4? vang Q J OFFICERS S5 k KEY CLUB 1 4 '71 ...nz f- ,.K- ..,...... Mr .-.,....uaa-adam Prerialenr . . , S HAZHI. TAYLOR Vice-Preridem , DALE Buck Secrelary . . WAl.l.Y RIDDLH Trearurer . .. BOOKIER CLARK Spomor . ., . ., MR. SIMPSON "Sweetheart" . , . FRANCES THoMAs Bill Barger, Dale Beck, Bob Cathey, Dan Charles Morrison, Bob Ott, Bill Pence, Bobby Church, Alan Clark, Booker Clark, Bob Cole, Philbeck, Wzilly Riddle, Harold Sherrill, jerry Elliott, Richard Graf, Leon Hartline, Tommy Southall, Hazel Taylor, Dent Tillery, jimmy Holland, john justice, Tommy Kerr, Henry Weaver, Mike Wilkinson. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, the KEY CLUB endeavors to prepare its members for useful citizenship. Its annual projects are publishing the S. H.S. Directory. sponsoring Career Day and the Sweetheart Ball. 31 'ff at Stage Crew Charles Monney Richard Davis Jimmy Foster P1'0pe1'tie.r Mttmzgetf Ann Neely jane West Kay Pope Make-up Committee Barbara Sullivan Pat Livingston Elaine Brett Ann Kirkman Donna Linzy Becky Shell Publicity jane Pope Smokey Clark Jackie Brawley Richard Graf Kay Nabors Peggy MCGeachy Director Mrs. Earle G. White DRAMATICS CLUB TOM ARSDALE .,..,, M. David Tharpe Charles Morrison preyentf GIRL SHY USHERS S john Scheld Joe Woodie OKE STIMSON CAROLINE tttt,,,,,,t,,,.,.,, ANTHONY ARSDALE SYLVIA WEBSTER ..trttt DEAN MARLOXV ,,.,., PEACHES CARTER ttt,,.. ASMA ,,...,....tttttt t,., BIRDIE LAVERNE ,.,.ttt,. BARBARA SANFORD ALFRED TENNYSON MURGATOYD to at O r Q1-iUcR MAYO S t,.tttrt, , ,tsoo O so O Sandra Stewart Jack Shaver Sue Sample Leon Harrline Harriet Sloop Judy Weatherman at . Sue Reid to at . Kay Mack john Martin Bob Ott Jerry Wilson Jimmy Holland Elizabeth Warren Linda Ketchie Susie Woody Jean Timberg Pat Thornburg Barbara Mvers Hazel Taylor DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS Preridenl ...., . . , JACK SI-IAVER Vice-Prefidenr , , . ...., SUE REID Secretary .... . . SUSIE WOODY T1'ea,rzzre1' ..., . . . LINDA KETCHIE Elaine Brett, Jackie Brawley, Mary Parks Cald- well, Smokey Clark, Eloise Cowles, Richard Davis, Richard Graf, Leon Hartline, Billy Hol- land, Jimmy Holland, Ida Mae Jennings, Ann Kirkman, Linda Ketchie, Donna Linzy, Carolyn Little, Patty Livingston, Kay Mack, John Mar- tin, Peggy McGeachy, Nobby Mills, Charles Mooney, Sue Moore, Charles Morrison, Barbara Myers, Kay Nabors, Anne Neely, Bob Ott, Jane AMATI Pope, Kaye Pope, Sue Reid, Catherine Anne Royster, Sue Sample, John Scheld, Becky Shell, Jack Shaver, Harriet Sloop, Sandra Stewart, Pat Stikeleather, Barbara Sullivan, Hazel Tay- lor, David Tharpe, Jane Thompson, Jean Tim- berg, Elizabeth Anne Warren, Judy 'Weather- man, Jane West, Jerry Wfilkinson, Jerry Wil- son, Joe Wfoodie, Susie Woody. During the school year the DRAMATICS CLUB produces two plays as evidence of their work. Students receive training in acting and other phases of dramatic production. gif? 'III I I IIII I 'II . I -. 'l 1 P , Mal f mavffiig IIE of 1 ,- 2 7: 1 uf 4144 Mmm FI-Y CLUB OFFICERS P1-eridem ...A. . . , FRANCES THOMAS Vice-Preridenz . . . 4..A, ANN NEELY Sec1'eta1'y-'I'rea.rm'e1' , . JULIA JOHNSON Aalvimr . . S . . . MRS. Lois WALKER Pat Alexander, Mary Parks Caldwell, Mary Gage Carlton, Eloise Cowles, Linda Gryder. Anne Holland, Ida Mae Jennings. Julia John- son, Donna Linzy, Patty Livingston, Kay Mack, Peggy McGeachy. Barbara Morgan, Margaret Muse, Ann Neely, Jane Pope, Kay Pope, Nancy Royall, Catherine Ann Royster Libby Shaw Becky Shell Harriet Sloop Bobbie Steele San dra Stewart Frances Thomas Jane Thompson Martha Ward Moody Wliite Susie Woody. To create, extend, and maintain a high standard of character is the purpose of this girls' Christian organization. Members are chosen from the junior and senior classes J Jyr, . , . L , . , by the vote of the Fl-Y. An honorary sophomore is elected. lnitiations are held each fall. P"M"" ill i O 1 f HI-Y CLUB OFFICERS P7'C'.ffI,C7Zf ..... , FRANK LI I FR VifT6-P7'L'.1iif7iU7Zl .,..4 Li5oN I-lAR1l im Sccrctm'y-Trcfmfrcr . DIKIKY RAYMIR Williain Aiken, Howard Anderson, Dale Beck, Bill Campbell, Alan Clark, Booker Clark, Pete Eisele, Frank Eller, Jerry Elliott, Leon Hartline, jimmy Holland, Tommy Kerr, Louie Marett, Mike Marshall, Bill Mayhew, Max McGarr, The HI-Y is a boys' Christian club. Its members are from the lunior and senior tlisses with one honorary sophomore. These members are chosen by popular vote and initiated into the club The Hi Y and Fi X sponsor the annual Christmts dance FUTURE HOMEMAKERS QF AMERICA OFFICERS 52- Pfefidenz .,,F... .. PATTY LIVINGSTON sl? Vice-Preridenz . . , .... DOTTY PLYLER mf? Secfemry ...F . . , JUUA JOHNSON V fi Trearuref .,..... , , BARBARA MORGAN 5 5 - 'P 'U Sylvia Allison, Jayne Anderson, Elaine Baldwin, Gayle Beard, Faye Beaver, Dotty Bell, Carolyn Bost, Jackie Brawley, Elaine Brett, Mary Parks Caldwell, Lynda Campbell, Susie Christopher, Patsy Cochrane, Eloise Cowles, Jane Creedmore, Ernestine Crye, Linda Faye Dixon, Linda Drum, Phyllis Elder, Juanita Elliott, Linda Elliott, Pat Elliott, Franny Ewell, Millie Franklin, Georgia Lee Greene, Linda Gryder, Mary Greenwood, Nancy Hager, Brenda Hamilton, Kay Hamil- ton, Pat Harrell, Martha Harris, Doris Hart- line, Peggy Hefner, Judy Hinson, Bessie Jane Holder, Ann Holland, Deleta Holland, Elaine Hollingsworth, Ida Mae Jennings, Julia John- son, Linda Johnson, Peggy Julian, Ann Kirk- man, Judith Lambert, Doris Lambert, Ann Lane, Kay Langston, LaNella Lazenby, Donna Linzy, Rosa Nell Lipe, Carolyn Little, Patty Livingston, Joyce Lloyd, Diane Lunsford, Pat Sergeant-at-Army ..,.. NANCY SUE ROYALL Advimr ..,,......,. Miss GENE REYNOLDS Mayberry, Barbara Mayhew, Libby Meacham, Shirley Moore, Sue Moore, Mary Jean Mont- gomery, Barbara Morgan, Helen Morrison, Elaine Mosely, Linda Murdock, Ann Neely. Gail Poole, Dotty Plyler, Sue Reid, Jane Rhea, Judy Rhea, Linda Rinehardt, Brenda Robbins, Sue Rouche, Jane Rowland, Nancy Sue Royall, Sue Sample, Linda Sharpe. Libby Shaw, Becky Shell, Cindy Shuford, Judy Shoemaker, Marg- aret Sipes, Kay Smith, Mary Jane Smith, Betty Jean Somers, Barbara Stafford, Sylvia Stafford. Bobbie Steele, Dyeane Summers, Patsy Taylor, Linda Tevepaugh, Frances Thomas, Janice Thompson, Peggy Tomlin, Martha Ann Ward, Peggy Ward, Mary Lois Warren. Judy Weath- erman, Lora Ann Whitley, Patsy Whitlow, Grace Henry Wiley, Fanny Lou Wfilhelm, Ann Willis, Joan Woody, Jane W'est, Mary Ann West, Nannette Young. This organization of home economics students aims to further interest of girls in home- making and to make them better wives and citizens of tomorrow. Each year the F. H. A. has charge of the Sweetheart Ball. FUTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA Ol+l+IC,l1RS 0 I're.i-iflent r MARY UAGIE LiARl,'l'ON 3 Vice-l'i'eriflw11 . . MARQQAIQIVI' MIlSli html Scw'etaf'y'Trcw.rln'er ELAI N li M0515 I .HY Spomm' ..E.4.., Miss CiRIl'l"l'I'I'l T Pat Alexander, Jaye Anderson, Alice Barnes, Carolyn Bost, Mary Parks Caldwell, Sylvia Campbell, Eloise Cowles, Dot Davidson, Caro- lyn Day, Betty Dayvault, Mary Greenwood, Sara Harmon, Rita Holmon, Sara Hunter, Caro- lyn Little, Patty Livingston, Kay Mack, Sue Moore, Shirley Moore, Geneva Myers, Anne Neely, Jane Pope, Jane Rowland, Nancy Royall, Libby Shaw, Judy Shoemaker, Margaret Sipes, Janice Thompson, Martha Ann Wfard, Judy Wfeatherman. Seeking to encourage future teachers, the F. T. A. guides the students in preparation for the teaching profession. Sponsoring Parents' Night, the F. T. A. helps promote interest in the school. LIBRARY CLUB at A OFFICERS , I L13 Premienz ,,.. ..... ., B ARBARA SULLIVAN . Vice-P1-emienz ,.iAA MARY PARKS CALDWELL Secretary-T1'eamrer ...L,.,,, ALICE YOUNG ' Admor ,L..4.,4..,.., Miss JULIA FOWLER Alan Abernathy, William Aiken, Pat Alex- ander, Jaye Anderson, Wilson Angley, Nancy Armour, Barry Ashe, Alice Barnes, Judy Benge, Carolyn Bost, Anne Benson, Jackie Brawley, Elaine Brett, Rosemary Brewer, Jeannie Boyer, Marriott Brosius, Mary Parks Caldwell, Carolyn Campbell, Sylvia Campbell, Mary Gage Carlton, Bob Cathey, Joyce Cook, Eloise Cowles, Billy Crowson, Jane Crowson, Dot Davidson, Larry Davis, Betty Dayvault, Lida Dingler, Lynda Sue Drum, Linda Elliott, Franny Ewell, Millie Franklin, Jarret Garrett, Rockwell Goodrum, Nancy Gray, Mary Greenwood, Linda Gryder, Carole Guy, Nancy Hager, Brenda Hamilton, Sara Harmon, Martha Harris, Doris Hartline, Peggy Joyce Hefner, Brenda Hendren, Judy Hinson, Robin Holland, Elaine Hollingsworth, Sara Hunter, Mary Grace Jarvis, Jo Anne John- son, Linda Johnson, Johnny Josey, Charles Kelly, Nan Ketchie, Johnny Kiser, Judy Klutz, Doris Lambeth, Ann Lane, Kay Langston, Martha Laws, Bryant Lindsey, Carolyn Little, Patty Livingston, Mary DeNeale Long, Diane Lunsford, Deanie Marett, Pat Mayberry, Patsy McCombs, Libby Meacham, Benny Miller, Shirley Moore, Barbara Morgan, Jane Morgan, Frances Morrison, Richard Motto, Margaret Muse, Barbara Myers, Kay Nabors, Susie Nash, Anne Neely, Nancy Offutt, Nancy Overcash, Helen Pardue, Bobby Philbeck, Dotty Plyler, Gail Poole, Jane Pope, Pam Poston, Dicky Ray- mer, Linda Raymer, Sybil Reavis, Jane Rhea, Judy Rhea, Linda Rinehardt, Nancy Royall, S-ue Sample, Tommy Sharpe, Judy Sherrill, Judy Shoemaker, Marion Louise Shook, Margaret Sipes, Tommy Slane, Bobbie Steele, Linda Stev- enson, Patsy Taylor, Linda Tevepaugh, Diane Thompson, Jane Thompson, Janice Thompson, Jean Timberg, Bennett Tolliver, Carolyn Tuck- er, Wanda Tucker, Martha Ward, Kay Warren, Jane West, Mariann White, Jerry Wilkinson, Billy Wilson, Joan Woody, Alice Young. Working in the library, students check in, check out, and shelve books as part of their duties. LIBRARY CLUB members seek to make Book Week a success as they promote interest in reading. BIBLE CLUB OFFICERS Prerirlem . . . , I BECKY SHELL ViC6'P1'6,fi6i677l I LEVINA KING BILLY HOLLAND Secretary . , , . , PATSY TAYLOR T1-earmer ,..LL,,.,.L ELIZABETH WARREN Spomor , ..LA . , , Miss REBECCA KNIGHT Social Chairmen . , , , MAX MCGARR LIBBY SHAW Pat Alexander, Fred Archer, Barry Ashe, Bill Barger, Alice Barnes, Jerry Barrier, Mary Bat- tley, Gayle Beard, Faye Beard, Dorothy Bell, Judy Benge, Ruth Billings, Rosemary Brewer, Mary Parks Caldwell, Carolyn Campbell, Sylvia Campbell, Mary Gage Carlton, Ann Chandler, Joyce Cook, Eloise Cowles, Jane Creedmore, Billy Crowson, Dot Davidson, Larry Davis, Betty Dayvault, Linda Dingler, Judy Drum, Phyllis Elder, Jerry Elliott, Linda Elliott, Franny Ewell, Jimmy Foster, Pete Futrell, Richard Graf, Nancy Gray, Linda Gryder, Kathryn Guy, Doris Hartline, Leon Hartline, Martha Harris, Glenda Hartness, Peggy Hefner, Judy Hinson, Billy Holland, Deleta Holland, Robin Holland, Bonnie Holman, Danny Hoffman, Sara Hunter, Grace Jarvis, Joanne Johnson, Julia Johnson, Linda Ketchie, Levina King, Ann Kirkman, Johnny Kiser, Judy Klutz, Kay Langston, Sid- ney Lanier, Martha Laws, LaNella Lazenby, Bryant Lindsey, Donna Linzy, Mary DeNeale l Long, Diane Lunsford, Deannie Marett, Louie Matett, Mike Marshall, Pat Mayberry, Patsy McCombs, Peggy McGeachy, Libby Meacham, Mary Jean Montgomery, Shirley Moore, Bar- bara Morgan, Jane Morgan, Elaine Moseley, Kay Nabors, Anne Neely, Nancy Overcash, Kay Pardue, Velma Pharr, Dotty Plyler, Gail Poole, Jane Pope, Jane Rowland, Nancy Sue Royall, Catherine Ann Royster, Sue Sample, Janette Sane, Libby Shaw, Becky Shell, Kay Sherrill, Cindy Shuford, Margaret Sipes, Tom- my Slane, Jerry Smith, Tommy Southall, Peggy Southers, Bobbie Steele, Sandra Stewart, Bar- bara Sullivan, Jean Somers, Frances Thomas, Dianne Thompson, Jane Thompson, Janice Thompson, Pat Thorneburg, Carolyn Tucker, Peggy Ward, Elizabeth Ann Warren, Judy Weatherman, Henry Weaver, Jane West, La- fayette Whitley, Grace Henry Wiley, Jerry Wilkinson, Susie Woody, Nannette Young. In this club, centered around religious emphasis and promotion of interest among the students, the main stress is given to Religious Emphasis Week. ki -'CY'- 'Y 3...iusi-n.....n... SCIENCE CLUB KM rg gg OFFICERS 1 m Preridem A,..4. .... G . W. GARRISON : Vice-Prerirlenr ..., . . . JERRY WILSON ,AWD d Secremry .,A... . , . PAT ALEXANDER cr .Q Bill Aiken, Pat Alexander, Wilson Angley, Fred Archer, Nancy Armour, Jerry Barrier, Rosemary Brewer, Marriott Brosius, Carolyn Campbell, Mary Gage Carlton, Ann Chandler, Smokey Clark, Eloise Cowles, jane Crowson, Richard Davis, jerry Elliott, jimmy Foster, G. W. Gar- rison, Victor Georgiou, Richard Graf, Nancy Hager, Glenda Hartness, Mary DeNeale Long, johnny Martin, Bill Mayhew, Nobby Mills, Bob Ott, Nancy Overcash, Warren Prevatte, Nancy Sue Royall, Catherine Ann Royster, Jack Shaver, jim Sherrill, Margaret Sipes, Sidney Sowers, Harriet Sloop, Tommy Southall, Sandra Stewart, Hazel Taylor, Frances Thomas, Mari- ann White, Jerry Wilkinson, Mike Wilkinson. The SCIENCE CLUB is based on scientific interest in our school. The club is open to seniors and juniors taking chemistry or physics and to honorary sophomores. D. O. CLUB OFFICERS Preridenz .,.A, Roisizm' l.lNDI,.EY Vice-Prwiflwzf . . FRANK Moiuzow Sccremry 4.,., SIDNEY Mc3L1isTi2R Sonja Anderson, Marjorie Austin, jimmy rison, Frank Morrow, Nellie Nantz, Rovena Brincefield, johnny Faulk, Charles Fortner, Parks, Clyde Reavis, Freddie Robbins, Shirley Tommy Harwell, johnny Heath, Robert Lind- Shinn, Faye Shore, Lynn Smith, Leona Spann, ly, Gail Little, Gwyn Mayberry, Margie Mens- Rachel Swearinger, john Wztlker, Bobby Weziv- Cer, Sidney McLester, Joe Mohler, Carolyn Mor- er, jimmy Willielm. Students in the D. O. CLUB are taking an active part in our civic life. Their aim is to be better citizens of tomorrow. The Club is centered around diversified occupations. ,-..f41e-M. - - ' -4 -- , ig-jj lu, 4 ' .. , 'mi .- FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS President .,... ,....., T ed Mize Vice-Prefident ....4.. .... G . W. Garrison If Secretary and Treamrer .....A.... Jane West mm L fToiit ext bien qui finit bienj Elaine Brett, Mary Gage Carlton, Dan Church, Bob Cole, Eloise Cowles, G. W. Garrison, Rich- ard Graf, Brenda Hamilton, Glenda Hartness, jimmy Holland, Larry Holland, Peggy Julian, Donna Linzy, Kay Mack, johnny Martin, Ted Mize, Charles Mooney, Barbara Myers, Geneva Myers, Margaret Muse, Kay Nabors, Anne Neely, Nancy Dale Offutt, Bob Ott, Nancy Overcash, Kay Pope, Sue Reid, Libby Shaw, jackie Shaver, Margaret Sipes, Harriet Sloop, Sandra Stewart, Pat Stikeleather, Barbara Sulli- van, Frances Thomas, Elizabeth Ann Warren, Jane West, Jerry Wilson, Joan Woody. Seeking to increase their knowledge of France, second-year French students have bi- monthly programs in their French classes. l 1 LATIN CLUB OFFICERS fi Q- T I N Prerident , . , . . , Dicky Raymer V 1' Vice-Prefident . , , . . , . Carolyn Campbell Secretary and Treumrer . , Henry Wezlver Q o - w Q.:-2244 Fred Archer, Nancy Armour, Judy Benge, Anne Benson, Jean Boyer, Rosemary Brewer, Mary Parks Caldwell, Carolyn Campbell, Sylvia Campbell, Mary Gage Carlton, Ann Chandler, Eloise Cowles, Betty Dayvault, Nancy Gray, Victor Georgiou, Kathryn Guy, Sara Harmon, Martha Harris, Glenda Hartness, Robin Hol- land, Elaine Hollingsworth, Jan Isenhour, Ida Mae Jennings, Linda Ketchie, Levina King, Judy Klutz, John Kiser, Bryant Lindsey, Mary DeNeale Long, Peggy McGeachy, Benny Mill- er, Mary Jean Montgomery, Jane Morgan, Kay Nabors, Susie Nash, Dicky Raymer, Linda Raymer, Sue Sample, Becky Shell, Harriet Sloop, Tommy Southall, Sandra Stewart, Patsy Taylor, Jane Thompson, Bennett Tolliver, Henry Weaxfer, Jerry Wilkinson, Alice Young. Members of the second year Latin class make up the LATIN CLUB. Juniors and seniors who have taken Latin are honorary members. The programs are based on the Roman literature. A 1 PROIECTIGNISTS CLUB OFFICERS Prericient ..4... A A A Nobby Mills Vice-Pferioient .......A A A Johnny Kurfees Secretary and Trearwer V4.,. G. W. Garrison Publicity Manager A A A A A A Bill Campbell Spomor A A A A A A A A A A Mr. Westbrook Alan Abernathy, Ronnie Addison, Fred Arch- er, Bill Barger, jerry Barrier, Marriott Brosius, Bill Campbell, Bob Cathey, Bob Cole, Pete Futrell, G. W. Garrison, Mickey Harris, Leon Hartline, Danny Hoffman, James Holland, Whitley, Billy Wilson. john justice, johnny Kurfees, Louie Marett, The Projectionists boys take an active part in the school. They are trained to operate movie and slide projectors. Nobby Mills, Nathan Neely, Warren Prevatte, Gene Rowland, John Scheld, Tommy Southall, Ronald Stone, Hazel Taylor, john Tharpe, Ron- ald Weatherman, Fred Wieland, Lafayette X we MODERN MUSIC MASTERS vvfpfv,-,- g .U H , OFFICERS Prefident ....,. ..... J ane Pope Vice-Preficlent ..., . , . Pat Alexander Secretary ..... ,S.M S usie Woody Trearurer . , . .... . Bob Cole H zrtorzan ...... ..., M artha Ward Sergeant-at-Army . , . ,....,. Billy Holland Spomofr 4...... .,.. M rs. Margaret Muse Mr. Gerald Bryant Pat Alexander, Alice Barnes, Dorothy Bell, Bob Lazenby, Louie Marett, Gwyn Mayberry, Max Cole, Richard Graf, Mary Greenwood, Martin McGarr, Margaret Muse, Geneva Myers, Nancy Hall, Glenda Harrness, Billy Holland, Deleta Overcash, Velma Pharr, jane Pope, jackie Holland, Larry Holland, Billy Krider, LaNella Shaver, Martha Ward, Susie Woody. The "Tri-M" is a music honor society in which students showing musical talent and leadership promote music in the community. GLEE OFFICERS f X Prericiefzt .,..,. A.... J ane Pope i X Vice-Prerident .... ,A,. B illy Holland ',- W Secrermy-Trearzzrer ........ Danny Hoffman . , I Acizfiror ....A4,,. , . Mrs. Margaret Muse S Bob Cole, Bill Crowson, Billy Crowson, Victor Georgiou, Martin Hall, Danny Hoffman, Bill Holland, John Justice, Barry Lindley, Wayne Lippard, Max McGarr, Franklin Perry, Gordon Pharr, Jackie Shaver, Whitten Yount, Pat Alex- ander, Elaine Baldwin, Alice Barnes, Mary Bat- tley, Faye Beaver, Dottie Bell, Ann Chandler, Susie Christopher, Joyce Cooke, Jane Crowson, Dot Davidson, Mary Fox, Millie Franklin, Mary Greenwood, Carole Guy, Nancy Hager, Brenda Hamilton, Martha Harris, Brenda Hendren, Judy Hinson, Deleta Holland, Rita Holman, Sarah Hunter, Martha Johnson, Levina King, Doris Lambert, LaNella Lazenby, Diane Luns- ford, Mary Jean Montgomery, Shirley Moore, Frances Morrison, Geneva Myers, Nancy Over- cash, Kay Pardue, Velma Pharr, Dotty Plyler, Jane Pope, Julia Redman, Judy Rhea, Sue Roueche, Libby Shaw, Kay Sherrill, Margaret Sipes, Mary Jane Smith, Glenda Stewart, Pat CLUB LIBRARIANS Martha Wzirtl Wfhittcn Yount Pat Alexander Susie Wfoody Barbara Morgan Dot Davidson Nancy Eagle Linda Elliott Stikeleather, Gladys Summers, Patsy Taylor, Martha Ward, Nelda Wzttts, Mariann Wliite, Joan Vfoody, Susie Wfoody, Ruth Billings, Carolyn Bost, Jackie Brawley, Mary Lee Bustle, Lynda Campbell, Ramona Cline, Ernestine Crye, Carolyn Day, Katherine Dixon, Linda Dixon, Nancy Eagle, Betty Jo Elliott, Linda Elliott, Peggy Gantt, Geretha Gardin, Georgia Leigh Green, Kay Hamilton, Pat Harrell, Ruth- ann Hickman, Robin Holland, Grace Jarvis, Joann Johnson, Julia Johnson, Nfary Nell Joscy, Jane Kerr, Joyce Lloyd, Patsy McCombs, Bar- bara Morgan, Nancy Dale Olifutt, Katherine Plyler, Anne Poole, Gail Poole, Pam Poston, Brenda Price, Doris Rummage, Cindy Shuford, Judy Sells, Kay Smith, Peggy Southers, Linda Stevenson, Charley Faye Stewart, Diane Thompson, Wandtt Tucker, Judy Weatluermttn, Patsy Ruth Wluitlow, Fanny Lou Wfilhelm. Making up an important part of our student activities is the GLEE CLUB. lts members are from the music classes. Each year the Glee Club presents several programs to the school and community. The members also attend music conventions and contests. MA1oRETTEs The MAJORETTES lead our marching band. With the band they work up routines which are presented during the halftime show at the football games. Q a , aa g A Max McGarr .,..i Dram Major V ,,.,. . ,, ...L We 4 lz' 1 - 1' y 'Mk QFD Regular band members make up the DANCE BAND. They perform for school programs, civic clubs, and they also play for dances. DANCE BAND Anne Holland. .Head Majofetle Elaine Brett Deanie Marett Jane Morgan Frances Morrison Nancy Sue Royall Pat Stikeleather Advifor ..,. Mr. Gerald Bryant Stzzdevzt Director ,..,...,.,MargaretMus Alan Abernethy William Aiken jane Crowson Billy Krider Max McGarr Louie E. Marett, jr. Gwyn Mayberry Jane Morgan Margaret Muse Geneva Myers c--uv'--'li I1 -v-I.,--it 1-Q-an--D ,-.., i1 --113-1 THE BAND CFFICERS Prerident ,.,, , , , Margaret Muse Uniform Curtodianr . . . Johnny Morgan S' Nl! Vzce-Prerident , . . ,... Louie Marett Deanie Marett, Larry Holland lg Secretary ..... . . . Anne Holland Arrirlant Director , . . Max McGarr :gh n Treasurer ..,... .,... B illy Krider Drum Major l,..l i Max McGarr 159 ' Band Manager ..,. , . Gwyn Mayberry Heal Majorette i Anne Holland mb Property Manager . . . Nancy Sue Royal Majoretter i , Elaine Brett, Deanie Marett, Lzbrarianr ...... , , , William Aiken Jane Morgan, Frances Morrison Jane Morgan Alan Abernathy, William Aiken, Bobby Ammon, Jimmy Ashburn, Jerry Benfield, Gail Black, Joyce Blackwelder, Marriott Brosius, Calvin Bryson, Barbara Bumgardner, Bob Cole Charles Cole, John Cole, Larry Connely, Young Davis, Gay Davis, Jimmy Eisele, Johnny E'sele. Alan Eisele, Judy Flowers, Billy Furr, Donald Haigh, Billy Haigh, Mary Anne Hanes, Johnny Harmon, Diane Harmon, Sherry Harwell, Rob- ert Hefner, Mickey Hewitt, Johnny Holland, Larry Holland, William Hollingsworth, Mark Johnson, Kenny Johnson, Billy Krider, Robert Kurfees, Mac Lackey, John Lamson, Donald Nancy Sue Royall, Pat Stikeleather Ledbetter, Bruce Lewis, Barry Lewis, Bill Lyre, Louie Marett, Gwyn Mayberry, Vance McBride, June Merrill, Polly Miller, Johnny Morgan, Lane Morphy, Margaret Muse, Clyde Nagle, Earnest Neighbors, Tommy Neely, Sherman Owens, Charles Perry, Lyn Powell, Howard Price, Tommy Plyler, Jimmy Rodgers, Betty Jo Steele, Jimmy Steele, John Steward, Jimmy Stikeleather, Ronald Smith. Sandra Tevepaugh, Walter Underwood, Harry Underwood, Cola Jean Ward, George Wasson, Bob Wasson, Jane Watts, Jimmy Weber, Judy White, Steven Waff. The S.H.S. BAND is a very active part of our student body. Rehearsals are held each day in the music building. The band plays for our football games, marches in parades, enters contests and prepares for concerts. Its members are students from Senior and Junior High Schools. Sporty A wheel cannot turn without its many spokes, A team cannot fight without its many players. Eleven men, all striving for the glory of their school, Hours of team work, the last winning touchdown, our heroes. Though the odds were against him, a wrestler struggled with unfailing strength. Brave knights of the Cinder track gave their last breath to S. H.S. With the swing of a bat, the ball surpassed the fence. Tired expressions, dirty uniforms, a great score for a greater team. Echoes of a ball against a racket mark the sound of a champion sport. A year without basketball would never be complete, Their practice is not in vain, graceful shots make a higher score. Grand coaches, hearty congratulations, a night well spent. As the sky opened its door to a million raindrops, Cheers from a spirit filled school still filled the night air. All other thoughts seemed to vanish, the sport, the players were your only cares. Our band played the last stanza of "Loyal and True" The instruments were put away. Music of a theme song, a year most gracious rings over and over. It is the melody your heart will forever sing. A j S v ,ITM C 1 r . X J -1 0 Y 5 iw .. ML.-4' ,lmvc Nw .-.ip .41 V1 5 ,sw Swmaevi' 'RW CGACHES HERBERT HIPPS ALBERT ARCHIBALD LOIS WALKER RICHARD FEIMSTER HERBERT SAMPSEL 41in5LSflI'M3Z CHEERLEADERS SANDRA STEWART, Chief LAFAYETTE WHITLEY BOB OTT MARTHA HARRIS IDA MAE JENNINGS I-IARRIET SLOOP BARBARA SULLIVAN SUSIE NASH 3. ,af I in X 1, -.. ,-v fu ,- , ,. A-l . Q4 , . l ' 1 . in . 1 , , r .-.f' ff fL'f:7.,f' ' - Q ,f ' I f of A A ' ,ff ,fgemia fs- .4 fwfr f- ' -Lf:i'e4' fif- Midi' ff, I lj V, 1 of uf-A, Z- 4' fe ,,.- . sf lf ,- 1- 1, A, , df .., I , ,, I ,. Vg , f fl- 1 .. ,,,,45z'. A ,A , "V If ,--. 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I , .V . 4-1, -f' FOOTBALL ROSTER 1956-57 PLAYER POSITION PLAYER POSITION Booker Clark End Robert Gilleland Guard Mike Wilkinson End Gene Rowland Guard Jimmy Holland End David Tharpe Center Royal Link End Jack Harmon Center Bill Pence End Howard Anderson Quarterback Benny Miller End Dent Tillery Quarterback Bob Cathey End Ted Mize Quarterback Harold Sherrill Tackle Hazel Taylor Halfback Bill Campbell Tackle Dale Beck Halfback Charles Morrison Tackle Wally Riddle Halfback Bobby Philbeck Tackle Jerry Wilkinson Halfback John Moore Tackle john Tharpe Halfback Fred Archer THClClC Dicky RHYIHCI Halfback Jim Foster Tackle Leon Hartline Fullback Frank Ellef Guard Whitten Yount Fullback Robert Mitchell Guard HONORS HAROLD Sl-IERRILL e..,.. .....,..aa.......laa,....,aB....aac....aa C aptaing All-Conference Tackle HOWARD ANDERSON ,...t. -- ......,.at........a... Co-Captaing Winner of Mostx Valuable Player HAZEL TAYLOR .ttt.... ...,. A ll-Conference Halfbackg All-Stare lhonorable mentionl Co-winner of Most Valuable Player The Greyhounds had their best season since 1948. They won 6, lost 5, and tied 1. They came in fourth 20 in the North Piedmont Conference with 5 wins, Z ,X losses and 1 ' . Much credit is due to Coach Hipps a cl to Coach Archiba and Feimster. 5: H: S., 3 3X s.H.s. - is r - ig A .3 OFFENSIVE it E l is 3 .5 y is 5 . ' 3 RY fe 'Q ' B . 1 wg . P 'f - '53 i . rl l CD ,1 .... J... ex O Davie County 12 China Grove 55 Kannapolis O Mooresville O Barium Springs b 6 Childrens Home fHomecoming1 0 Thomasville 18 Asheboro 15 Spencer -il Lexington DEFENSIVE S. H. S. 151 Davie County O The Greyhounds open their very successful season with Beck and Hartline scoring for S. H. S. S. H. S. 21g China Grove 12 The Greyhounds win the second game of the season with Taylor scor- ing two and Anderson scoring one. S. H. S. 143 Kannapolis 55 Hounds lost first game of the sea- son with Beck and Anderson scoring. S. H. S. 201 Mooresville O Anderson scores three as hounds defeat one of their biggest rivals. S. H. S. 273 Barium 0 Hounds run wild as they defeat their biggest rival. Taylor and Wilk- inson score for the victors. S. H. S. 12g Childrens Home 6 Hounds win first Homecoming game in 4 years as Taylor and Beck score. ,V ...ip QP., if' :MJ izffwist.-.f:1'f'ff1-iiii' alifiii. -.N .1 A' ' A .' i'g'4.:,'-.f,'f:f'-.r f f 1 'I fl :gui l6N4'h-if, fy! x 1 " M S. H. S. U3 Thomasville O Hounds and Bulldogs fight 21 hard, even battle with neither scoring. S. H. S. 143 Asheboro 18 Hounds lose second game as Rid- dle and Anderson score. S. H. S. 2'g Spencer 13 Hounds crush Spencer as Ander- son and Beck score. S. H. S. 153 Lexington -il Hounds lose their finale with 16 seniors playing last game. Beck and Anderson score. 4, W' I X5 I 4 P ZFX . vw x. AQ .., 's A. x. K, rx 1 ,f S -rv X ,lllvggxi ,. Y X I -:gl . Ku ,535 L igyfgffivx X X gg- .yi E431 .. - Q NJ Z. 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X I- 'X I . . x ' ' ' v A .f A Nu, 4' "1 VM? '.l I 5 ,V , My , X - ,. ,. I I ,...f 1' "' " , 13 J . H- w ' . ,. 'gy . I . ', ' 4 s N - ,- ' ft Era lx X . , P ' gm , , V. ,Jrhz ,ff x 4. - -izirb, :Q-LK-'W .- rs '.- - ,Xl . .. fn, f ,,, ,I GUARDS Diane Thompson Nancy Hager Sybil Reavis LaValle Barnes Dot Davidson Mariann White Kay Langston Brenda Hamilton FORWARDS Margie Lunsford, Co-captain Jane Pope, Co-captain Gail Poole Sylvia Sherrill Pat Alexander Barbara Morgan Nannette Young Kat Walker The S.H.S. Girls Basketball Team has had an excellent sea- son. Much credit is due to Mrs. Walker and Coach Sampsel. VARSITY MANAGERS Frances Thomas Martha Ann Ward Margaret Muse , Honors-Margie Lunsford, All-conference forward, All- Northwest, East-West All-star Game, All-State Chonorable mentionlg jane Pope-All-state Chonorable mentionj. W 4551 .Rl b gul- ,"- ,tv, f gg-H4 -1- Lg, va 4 ,M az - ef ' .V f hx .4 ' ,- 12, P, V f. :ai .fi .- , ' f ,g y- , 2 g V QQ N .1 4 5 42 1 4 ,, Q 4 X 'K t Xbwr L5 2 6-971: .34 Ci? VF T I V T gsv, 2 5' 'Y' 21a mu im 4 ASKETBALL Front Row-Booker Clark, Co-captain Mike Wilkinson, Co-captain Jimmy Holland, Dale Beck, Co-captain jackie Hartline. Second Row-jerry Barrier, Henry Weaver, Benny Millet, john justice, Dent Tillery. Third Row-Coach Richard Feimster, Ted Mize, Manager Bucky Elliot, Coach Herb Hipps. This was the Greyhounds year of rebuilding and the team did a fine job. Much credit is due to Coach Hipps and Coach Feimster for their excellent work. iii x 1 Q T use " , be , - L ' ,.. . 4 Lan, buff 5 il ' :ii A 'E-P5 T 'is'- I I I lg? X 4 l .X 43 1, l 1 X 1 S F N . if ,Q- C 'X .i . Pj l fre .. ft. it i H .f - 5 4 lb! 'XXX f fj ,, if C, i X Q ' ' i H i, li t " t i if lu '7 X IR VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL Jackie Brawley Linda Murdock Linda Raymer Vivian Jarrett Linda johnson Pat Mayberry Mary Jean Montgomery Jan Isenhour Kay Hamilton Carolyn Tucker Judy Klutz Nancy Gray Mary DeNeal Long Mary Lois Warren Front Row-Richard Harris Tommy Slane, Bill Holland Tommy Sharpe, Bill Pence, Dan- ny Hoffman. Second Row-Mike Marshall David Gosnell, Ralph Hoover Dicky Raymer, Bryant Lindsey Coach Thompson, IR VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL ,xiilq A BASEB LL Front Row-Benny Miller, Henry Weaver, Dale Beck, Gene Rowland, jackie Hartline Ted Mize, Wliitten Yount. Second Row-Bucky Elliot, Bill Pence, Ralph Hoover, Bob Cathey, Charles Morrison and Coach Herb Sampsel. The Greyhounds had a very good season in l956, placing second in the North Pied- mont conference. Much credit is due to Coach Sampsel for his fine work with the team it w L Sm L SV 1 fl XVAKY. SVIL NNQPZ l TRACK THE 1956 NORTH AND SOUTH PIEDMONT CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Front Row-Coach Herb Hipps, Booker Clark, Lafayette Whitley, Dale Beck, Richard Graf, Hazel Taylor, Royal Link, Mike Wilkinson. Second Row-Ronnie Addison, Tommy Kerr, John Kiser, Gene Rowland, Larry Gaither, Billy Holland, Jackie Hartline, David Tharpe, Tony Lackey. Third Row-Jerry Barrier, Wally Riddle, Jerry Elliott, Leon Hartline, Jerry Wilkinson, Larry Davis. HONORS HAZEL TAYLOR-North and South Piedmont conference champ in 100 and 220 yard dashes and mile relay, second in WNCHSAA in 100 and 220 dashes and mile relay, first in 100 and 220 dashes in 1957 'WNCHSAA MIKE WILKINSON-NOffh and South Piedmont conference champ in 180 low hurdles, third in WNCHSAA in 180 low hurdles. DAVID THARPE-1955 and 1957 Champ in WNCHSAA in high jump. The 1956 S. H. S. Track team won the North and South Piedmont conference and were undefeated in the six scheduled meets. The team came in second in the WNCHSAA meet at Davidson, N. C. Much credit is due to Coach Hipps and Coach Archibald for their fine work. The 1957 S.H.S. Track Team won the North 8: South Piedmont conference and the WNCHSAA meet at Duidson V. , t .- t , E f ' ,aw A 1 V . ' N 1351: 2 W .. ' A, -V ,M 1 1 , qi 'S .F w w t, f 5 - "'. PW' .X p -,V 55, . 1 -- Mm, I Q XX sk . -, ,. t 5 ta t X- st ,aaa 'ss Z4 9 X N XGQQ x x ' XS w ww N Q F X X W A ,C im K x xmk Oy skxk 2 l ,, as to S A tt X it x Q t L WRESTLING First Row-Leon Hartline, Royal Link, Hazel Taylor Co captain Charles Morrison Larry Guther john Tharpe, Gene Rowland. Second Row-Larry Potts, Robert Gilleland, Bob Cathey ohn Kiser Larry Davis Lrfayette Whit ley, Smokey Clark, Bob Cole. Third Row-Coach Al Archibald, Manager Larry Southers Ronnie Addison Billy Wilstmn Rich 1rd Graf, Howard Anderson, jack Harmon. Not Pictured-Billy Holland, Co-captain Jerry Elliott The S-. H. S. Wrestling Team experienced it's best season is the grapplers won four ind lost four Much credit is due to Coach Archibald for his diligent work with the te rm VARSITY LINE-UP 103 Pounds-Larry Potts 1 12 Pounds- 120 Pounds- 127 Pounds- 133 Pounds- '1 Larry Gaither Jerry Elliot Lafayette Whitley Billy Holland 138 Pounds-Gene Rowland 145 Pounds--Hazel Taylor 154 Pounds-John Tharpe 165 Pounds-Royal Link Heavyweight -Charles Morrison if MONDGRAM CLUB OFFICERS Prerident .A... Vice-Prerident . . . S ecretary-Treawrer jane Pope, Hazel Taylor, Dot Davidson, Margie Lunsford, Jerry Elliott, Dent Tillery, Gail Poole, Harriet Sloop, Barbara Sullivan, Bob Ott, Lafayette Whitley, Leon Hartline, Howard Anderson, Martha Harris, Ida Mae Jennings, Susie Nash, jerry Wilkinson, Frances Thomas, Pat Cochrane, Sylvia Sherrill, David . . . JIMMY HOLLAND . . . . . CHARLES MORRISON . . . . . . , SANDRA STEWART Tharpe, Bill Campbell, Smokey Clark, Dale Beck, Larry Gaither, Harold Sherrill, Mike Wilkinson, Booker Clark, John Justice, Frank Eller, Tommy Kerr, Bob Lindley, Richard Campbell, Ted Mize, Tommy Slane, Buddy Holland, Whitten Yount, johnny Kurfees, Tony Benge, jackie Hartline, Dan Church. MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS HAZEL TAYLOR HOWARD ANDERSON fwfn, A ij if ,.I .4 .i ff if 1 . 4 Mm ,Q 13322 A' "' f-ug in 1-wnmaiiuuw y a5s,:,,4 .5-um..u. A win ,ff'1H.f2.2sxMi mf rin 515.34 1.1. ' J.,-f W, .-,Jr,, l....,., ,, W 1 Qui? J! BOOSTERS CLUB OFFICERS Prexridenf . OOOOOOOOO HAROLD SHERRILI. Vifc-Pfwifzkvzf OO O TOMMY KERR Sefremry OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO S USIE NASH Timm:-er O OOOOOOO O, BILL IWAYHEXY' SC'I'g6'cIlZf-tlf-AVNZJ' OOO, ,,OOO S USAN JOHNSON W J 1 1 A 5 I 5 I I 1 ACTIVITIES HOWARD WALTON ANDERSON, JR. Hi-Y 2,33 Glee Club 1.23 Modern Music Masters 23 Student Assembly 1,23 Class President 33 Superlative- Best Looking3 Boosters Club 2,33 Football 1,2,3 CCO- Captain 353 Baseball l,2,33 Monogram 2,33 Presi- dents Club 3. SON JA FAYE ANDERSON F. H. A. 13 D. O. Club 33 Glee Club 1,23 Annual Staff 2,33 Boosters Club 1. FRED ROCKWELL ARCHER, JR. Science Club 1,2,3 CHonorary Member 153 Pro- iectionist Club 1,2,3 CHonorary Member 153 Latin Club 1,2,33 Football 2,33 Boosters Club 2,3. MAR JORIE NOVELLA AUSTIN Bible Club 1,23 Library Club 1,23 F. H. A. 1,23 D. O. Club 33 Glee Club 2. ALICE GAIL BARNES Glee Club l,2,33 Beta Club 2,33 Bible Club l,2,33 Library Club l,2,33 Modern Music Masters 2,33 F. T. A. 33 Annual Staff 3 CTyping Editor53 Marshal 23 Homeroom Secretary 1,23 Greensboro Choral Festival 3. ELAINE BRETT Boosters Club 2,33 Library Club l,2,33 Bible Club 1,2,33 F. H. A. 1,2,33 F. T. A. 23 Dramatics Club 33 Annual 1,33 Band 2,33 Glee Club 1,23 French Club 3. RICHARD CALVIN CAMPBELL Monogram Club l,2,33 Boosters Club 1,2,33 Manager l,2,33 Wrestling 1. WILLIAM PURCELL CAMPBELL Hi-Y 2,33 Monogram Club 2,33 Football l,2,33 Bas- ketball 1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,33 Presidents Club 33 Science Club 2,33 Projectionists Club 1,2,33 Spanish Club 3, CPreSident 353 Beta Club 2,3 CPresident 353 Boy's Stateg CHomerOom President 1,353 Marshal 23 Boosters Club 2,33 Senior Superlative - Most Depend- able. MARY GAGE CARLTON Blue Bc Gray 13 Annual Staff 2.3 1Class Editor 353 Bible Club l,2,33 Latin Club l,2,33 Boosters Club 2,33 Quill and Scroll 33 Library Club l,2,33 F. T. A. 2,3 fPresident 353 Fi-Y 33 French Club 33 Presidents Club 33 Science Club l,2,33 CHonOrary Member 153 Basketball 1,23 Homecoming Sponsor l,2,33 Repre- sentative to North Carolina "Editors Roundtable" 3. ALMA DELORES CASH F. H. A. 1 LOFFICCI 153 Glee Club 13 4-H Club 1. DAN MCNEIL CHURCH Blue 84 Gray 1,2,3 fSports Editor 23 Co-Editor 353 Quill and Scroll 2,3 CTreas. 23 President 353 Key Club 1,2,53 Football 1.23 Track 1,23 Manager 1,23 Monogram Club 2,33 French Club 33 Chief Marshal 23 Boosters Club 33 Beta Club 2,33 Boys' Stateg Presi- dents Club 3. RICHARD ALAN CLARK Student Assembly 2,3 fSec.-Treas. 2, President 353 Key Club 1,2,3 CSecretary 253 Monogram 2,33 Science Club l,2,33 Blue 8: Gray 1,23 Spanish Club 33 Beta Club 33 Student Honor Society Council 2,33 Bible Club 33 Presidents Club 33 Vice-President of Sophomore Classg Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,2,33 Track l,2,33 Hi-Y 2,33 Delegate to N. C. S. S. C. C.3 Dramatics Club 33 Student Council 2,33 Senior Su- perlative - Best All-Aroundg Boy of the Month 33 Campus Personality 2. PATRICIA COCHRANE Fairview High Schoolg 4-H Club 1,23 Y-teens 1,23 Cheerleader l,2,33 Monogram Club 2,3. JAMIE MARIE COLEY Glee Club 1,23 Jr. Varsity Basketball 132. ELOISE NEELY COWLES Annual Staff 1,2,3 CBusiness Manager 353 Bible Club l,2,33 Beta Club 2,3 CVice-President 353 Quill and Scroll 2,3 CTreas. 353 Library Club 1,2,3 CSec.- Treas. 153 Boosters 2,33 F. H. A. 2,33 Latin Club l,2,33 F. T. A. 2,3 CVice-President 253 Dramatics Club 2,33 Fi-Y 33 French Club 33 Marshal 23 Rep- resentative to Honor Society, Homeroom Oflicer 3. DOROTHY MAE DAVIDSON Bible Club 2,33 Glee Club l,2,33 F. T. A. 2,33 Boost- ers Club 2,33 Monogram Club 33 Library Club 1,2,3' Basketball l,2,33 Senior Superlative - Wittiest. v RICHARD HENRY DAVIS Library Club 1,23 Science Club 33 Dramatics Club 3' Wrestling 1,33 Track 2,3. s JEROME PAUL EISELE Hi-Y 2,33 Boosters Club 2,33 Wrestling l,2,33 Track 132. FRANK HARDEE ELLER Football l,2,33 Vice-President of Junior Classg Hi-Y 2,3 CPresident 353 Monogram Club 2,33 Presidents Club 3. JERRY MICHAEL ELLIOTT Student Assembly 13 Monogram Club l,2,33 Wrest- ling 1,253 Boosters Club 2.33 Science Club 33 Hi-Y 33 Key Club 33 Bible Club 31 Library Club 1,33 HOIHGIOOHI OFECCI 1.2.31 Annual Staff 31 Ir. Rotar- iang Spanish Club 33 Track 3. 1 PATRICIA ETOYLE ELLIOTT Annual Staff 1,33 Dramatics Club 23 F. T. A. 2' 1 F. H. A. 1,2,33 Boosters Club 2,33 Bible Club 1,2- Library Club 1,2. 1 CHARLES FORTNER JAMES LIPPARD FOSTER Boosters Club 2,33 Spanish Club 33 Science Club 3' Bible Club 33 Bible Club Retreat 3. 1 GEORGE WALKER GARRISON Baseball 13 Boosters Club 2,33 Beta Club 33 Project- ionists Club 2,33 Science Club 3 CPresident 353 French Club 3 KVice-President 333 Student Assembly 33 Presidents Club 3. RICHARD BYRON GRAF, JR. Bible Club 1,2.33 Science Club l,2,3 CHonorary Member 133 Annual Staff 13 Band 1,23 Dance Band 1,23 Library Club 1,23 Pep Band 23 Boosters Club 2-33 Student Assembly 23 Modern Music Masters 2,33 French Club 33 Dramatics Club 33 Key Club 33 Homeroom Officer 1,23 Vice-President of Senior Classg Track 2,33 Jr. Rotarian 13 Senior Superlative - Most Talented, Jr. Civitan CTreas. 35. LINDA LEE GRYDER Blue 84 Gray 1,23 Basketball l,2,33 Boosters Club 2,33 F. H. A. l,2,33 Library Club l,2,3: Annual Staff 33 F. T. A. 23 Dramatics Club 23 Bible Club l,2,33 Fi-Y 3. BRENDA SUE HAMILTON Glee Club l,2,33 F. H. A. l,2,33 Library Club 1,2,33 French Club 33 Basketball 1,2,33 Monogram Club 3. OLIN HARPE JACKIE LEE HARTLINE Monogram Club 1,2,33 Dramatics Club 23 Boosters Club l,2,3Q Basketball l,2,33 Hi Teen Club fPresi- dentl. LEON MASON HARTLINE President of Sophomore Classg President of Junior Class3 President of Homeroom lg Boys' State 23 jr. Rotarian 23 Jr. Civitan 33 Campus Personality 23 Boy cf Month 33 Boosters Club 2,33 Student Assembly 3 CVice-President 373 Student Council 33 Annual Staff 33 Football 1,2,33 Wrestling 1,2,33 Track l,2,3: Bible Club l,2,3 iVice-President 253 Dramatics 33 Hi-Y 2,3 CVice-President 393 Key Club l,2,3 CTreas. 25 QCO-Chairman of Career Day 273 Monogram Club 2,33 Projectionists Club 1,2,33 Presidents Club 1,23 Co-Chairman of Jr.-Sr. 23 Senior Superlative - Friendliest. GLENDA FAYE HARTNESS Beta Club l,2,3 QHonorary Member 13 Secretary 353 Science Club l,2,3 lHonorary Member 13 Secretary 223 Bible Club 1,2,33 Latin Club l,2,3 CVice-Presi- dent 173 French Club 33 Presidents Club 31 Glee Club 23 Modern Music Masters 2,31 Quill 8: Scroll 2,33 Annual Staff 2,3 CEditor-in-Chief 379 Annual Representative to Editors Roundtable at Western Carolina 23 Annual Representative to S. I. P. A. at Washington 8: Lee University 23 Annual Representa- tive to N.C.S. P. 1. at U. N. C. 33 Library Club 13 Boosters Club 2,33 Marshal 23 Junior Class Treasurerg Senior Superlative - Most Dependable. JAMES ROCKWELL HOLLAND Hi-Y 1,2.3 lHonorary Member 13 Sgt. of Arms 353 Beta Club 2,33 fPresident of N. C. H. S. Beta Club 33 Sgt. of Arms 393 Boosters Club 1,2,33 Monogram Club l,2,3 CSec.-Treas. 23 President 353 Key Club 1, 2,33 Projectionists Club 1,2,33 Football 1,33 Basketball l,2,33 Tennis 1,2,33 Dramatics Club 3: French Club 33 Marshal 23 Presidents Club 33 Boys' State 23 Senior Superlative - Most Popular. VERLIE ELMER HOLLAND, JR. Basketball 13 Wrestling 23 Track 1,23 Boosters Club 2,33 Monogram 3. LARRY WAYNE HOLLAND Band 1,2,33 French Club 33 Modern Music Masters 2.33 Boosters Club 2,3. MARGARET HALE JULIAN Annual Staff 1,2,33 Library Club 1,23 Boosters Club 2,33 Bible Club 1,2,33 F. H. A. 1,32 F. T. A. 23 French Club 33 Glee Club 1. JACK CLARK KALE MARY ANN KIRKMAN Annual 3 QCirculation Managerlg Beta Club 33 Bible Club l,2,33 Blue 8: Gray lg Dramatics Club 3. JOHNNY KURFEES ' JOHN GARLAND LACKEY, III Bible Club 13 French Club 33 Boosters Club 2,33 Annual 1,33 Track 1,33 Football 23 Library Club l. SIDNEY HUGH LANIER ROBERT WARREN LINDLEY Wrestling l,2Q Track 13 Marshal 23 Student Assembly 33 President Club 33 D. O. Club 33 Beta Club 33 Glee Club 23 Monogram Club l,2,3. ROYAL JOHNSON LINK, JR. Football 1,2,33 Baseball 13 Wrestling l,2,33 Track 2, 33 Spanish Club 33 Boosters Club 2,3. DONNA CLAIRE LINZY Fi-Y 33 Boosters 33 Dramatics Club 33 Blue 8: Gray 1,33 F. H. A. 1,33 Bible Club 1,33 French 33 Rich- mond Hamilton High School 23 Creative Writing 23 Art Club 2: Y-Team 23 French 2. MARY CAROLYN LITTLE Blue 8: Gray 2,3, Dramatics 2,3, F. T. A. 2,3, F. H. A. 2,3, Annual Staff 1, Glee Club 2, Bible Club 1,2, 3, Library l,2,3, Boosters l,2,3. PHYLLIS GAIL LITTLE F. H. A. 1,2, Library 2, Glee Club 1,2, Annual 3, D. O. 3. PATRICIA LOUISE LIVINGSTON Science Club l,2,3 CHonorary Member lj, Bible Club l,2,3, Fi-Y 2,3, Boosters 2,3, Library Club 1,2, 3, Blue 81 Gray 1,2, Glee Club l, F. T. A. 2,3, F. H. A. l,2,3 CPresident 353 Dramatics Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Homecoming Sponsor 2, Basketball 1, Presidents Club 3. MARGIE MARIE LUNSFORD Monogram Club 2,3, Basketball l,2,3, All Tourament 2, All Conference 2, Blue 8: Gray 3, Vice-President of Homeroom 3, Boosters Club 3. KATHRYN TRACY MACK F. H. A. l,2,3 CVice-President 29, F. T. A. 2,3, Glee Club 1,2, Dramatics 2,3, Annual 1, Blue 84 Gray 2, Bible l,2,3, Boosters 2,33 Library 1,2, Fi-Y 3, Sergeant at Arms 3, Campus Personality 2, Senior Superlative - Most Original, Homecoming Sponsor 3, French Club 3. JOHN WESLEY MARTIN Glee Club 1,2, Boosters Club 2,3, Bible Club 2,3, Dramatics Club 3, French Club 3, Science Club 3. GWYN LEE MAYBERRY Band l,2,3, Boosters 2,3, Bus Driver 3, D. O. Club 3, Modern Music Masters 2,3. WILLIAM FRANCIS MAYHEW Bible Club 3, Library Club 1, Boosters Club 2,3 fTreaSurer 37, Hi-Y 3, Spanish Club 3, Science Club 3, Baseball 1, Football 2, Tennis 2, Wrestling 3, Track 3. , DAN MAYS GERALD MAX MCGARR Band l,2,3 CDrum Majorjg Glee Club l,2,3, Mod- ern Music Masters 2,3, All State Band Clinic 2, Dance Band l,2,3, State Band Contest 1,2, District Band Contest l,2,3, Bible Club l,2,3, Library Club 1,2, Hi-Y 2,3, Boosters Club 2,3. FRANK MCLAUGHI.IN MARGIE RUTH MENSCER Bible Club 12 Glee Club 12 Librar Clu , 5 , 1 V b 3: D. O. Club 3. NOBLE BLOOMFIELD MILLS Projectionists Club l,2,3 CPresident 321 Presidents Club 3, Library Club 1, Boosters Club 2,3, Dra- matics Club 3, Science Club 3. ROBERT MITCHELL JOHN THEODORE MIZE Baseball l,2,3, Football l,2,3, Basketball l,2,3, Key Club 3, Monogram 2,3, French Club 3 CPresident 31, Glee Club 1,2 fSecretary 12, Beta 2,3, Boosters 2,3, Boy's State 2. JOSEPH FRANKLIN MOHLER Baseball l,2,3, Basketball 1,2, D. O. Club 3. CHARLES DAVIS MOONEY Dramatics l,2,3, Boosters l,2,3, Blue 8: Gray l,2,3, French Club 3. ALLEN SUE MOORE Annual 1, Blue 84 Gray 2,3 fArt Editor 39, Library Club 2,3, Boosters Club 2,3, F. H. A. 2,3, F. T. A. 2,3, Dramatics Club 2,3, Glee Club 2. BARBARA SUE MORRISON Library Club l,2,3, Boosters 2,3, Bible Club 2,3. CAROLYN MORRISON CHARLES GLENN MORRISON, JR. Football l,2,3, Baseball l,2,3, Wrestling l,2,3, Boosters 2,3, Monogram l,2,3, Hi-Y 2,3, Science Club 2,3, Bible 2,3, Dramatics 3. FRANKLIN CORNELIUS MORROXYf MARGARET EMMA MUSE Band l,2,3, CLibrarian 1, Secretary 2, President 35, Representative to Band Clinic 2,3, Band Home- coming Sponsor 3, Dance Band 2,3 CStudent Direc- tor 39, Pep Band 2,3, Modern Music Masters 2,3 CHistorian 29, Library Club l,2,3, Student As- sembly 2,3, Annual l,3g F.T.A. 2,3 LVice-President 37, Bible Club 3, Fi-Y 3 4Sergeant-at-Armsbg Bask- etball l,2,3 CManagerJ, Presidents Club 3, Boosters Club 2,3, French Club 3, Senior Superlative - Most Talented. BARBARA INEZ MYERS Bible Club l,2,3, Library Club l,2,3, F. T. A. 2,31 French Club 3, Boosters Club 2,3, Dramatics 3: An- nual lg Blue 84 Gray 2,3, Homecoming Sponsor 2,3. GENEVA DORCELIA MYERS Glee Club l,2,3, Greensboro State Choral Festival 31 Modern Music Masters 2,3 LTreasurer 27: F. T. A. 2,3, Bible Club l,2,3, French Club 31 Dance Band 3, Annual 3. JULIA KAY NABORS Blue 84 Gray 1,2,3 CNews Editor 2, Co-Editor 393 Delegate to Southern lnterscholastic Press Association 1.2, Panelist 23 Delegate to N. C. Editors' Round- table 23 Delegate to N. C. Scholastic Press Institute 3, Panelist3 Quill 8c Scroll 2,3 fCharter Member93 Beta Club 2,3 CDelegate to State Beta Convention 293 Dramatics Club l,2,33 Latin Club 1,2,3 1Secretary 193 French Club 33 Bible Club 1,2,3, CReliaious Empha- sis Week Committee 2,393 Library Club 1,2,33 F. T. A. 2,33 Science 33 School Representative in the Odd Fellows' Contest "What the United Nations Means To Me" 23 Boosters Club 233 Presidents Club 33 Marshal 23 Jr.-Sr. CO-Program Chairman 23 Senior Superlative - Most Studious. BTILDRED DENELDA NANTZ Latin Club 1,2,33 D. O. Club 3. ANNE WORTHINGTON NEELY F. H. A. 1,2,33 Bible 1,2,33 F. T. A. 2,33 Library Club 1,2,3 tVice-President 293 French Club 33 As- sembly 13 Annual 13 Dramatics 2,33 Blue 8a Gray 2, 33 Glee Club lg Fi-Y 2,3 lVice-President 393 Home- coming Sponsor 1,2. ROBERT WILLIAM OTT Dramatics Club 2,33 Student Assembly 13 Blue 8: Gray 1,2,3g Science Club 2,33 Proiectionists Club 2,33 Library Club 23 Key Club 33 Bible Club 23 French Club 33 Cheerleader 33 Monogram Club 33 Superla- tive - Most Original. NANCY CAROLYN OVERCASH Library Club 33 Glee Club 1.2,31 Modern Music Masters 2,33 French Club 33 Science Club 33 Bible Club 31 Annual 3. SALLY ROVENA PARKS Glee Club 23 D. O. Club 3. DOROTHY PHARR D. o. Ciub 3. HARLAND GORDON PHARR Library Club 1,33 Boosters Club 33 Glee Club 33 Track l,2,3. DWIGHT DAVID PHILBECK JANE AMELIA POPE Blue dsc Gray 3 tSports Editor 393 Annual 23 Basket- ball l.2,33 Band 1, QSecretary 193 Glee Club 1,2,3 tPresident 39. 4Representative to Greensboro Chor- al Festival 2,393 Library Club 1,23 Beta Club 33 Bible l,2,33 Dramatics Club 33 Fi-Y 2,33 F. T. A. 2.33 Monogram 2,33 Science Club 33 Spanish Club 3 iVice-President 393 Boosters Club 2,33 Modern Music Masters 2,3 lSecretary 2, President 39: Homecoming Sponsor 1,2,33 Jr. Marshalg Senior Superlative - Most Athletic. LINDA KAY POPE F. H. A. l,2,33 F. T. A. 2,31 Dramatics l.2,31 Blue Cv Gray 1,2,33 Boosters 2,33 Glee Club 1,21 Fi-Y 33 French 33 Bible l,2,3. CLYDE REAVIS NORMA SUE REID Library 1,2,33 Blue Sc Gray 1 2,33 F. T. A. 2,33 Dra- matics Club 1,2,3 6Vice-President 391 F. H. A. l,2, 33 Bible 1,2,33 Boosters 2,33 French 3: Campus Personality 3. NANCY JANE RHEA F. H. A. 1,2,3g Glee Club 1,23 Library 1,2,33 Boost- ers 2. FREDRICK ANTHONY ROBBINS Dramatics Club 2,33 D. O. Club 3. ALAIN MARC SANDOZ Blue 81 Gray 33 Key Club 33 Jr. Civitan 33 Student Assembly 33 Modern Music Masters 33 Boosters Club 33 French Club 3. JACKIE RANDALL SHAVER Library 13 Glee Club 1,2,5Q Annual 3: Greensboro Music Festival 33 Dramatics Club 2.3 lPresident 393 Presidents Club 33 Modern Music Masters 33 Science Club 33 Bible Club 33 French Club 33 Bible Club Retreat 3. MARGARET ELIZABETH SHAW Annual 1,2,3, 6Activities Editor 391 Glee Club 1,2, 33 F. H. A. 1,2,33 Bible Club 1,2,3, lSecretary 1, Social Chairman 3393 Library Club 2,33 Beta Club 2,33 Boosters 2,33 Fi-Y 2,33 F. T. A. 2,33 Quill 8: Scroll 2,33 French Club 33 Student Assembly 23 Stu- dent Council 23 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Co-Chairman. REBECCA LEE SHELL Bible Club 12,3 1Treasurer Z, President 393 Latin l,2,33 F. H. A. l,2,3g Library 13 Boosters 2,33 Blue 84 Gray 1.2.3 lFeature Editor 2, Associate Editor 393 Presidents Club 31 Secretary of Editors Roundtable 2, Beta Club 2,33 Quill ik Scroll 2,3 fVice-President 393 Vice-President of Homeroom 33 Treasurer of Homeroom 23 Campus Personality 13 Bible Club Re- treat 33 Senior Superlative - Most Influential. JAMES SHERRILL Beta Club 2,3 lTreasurer 39, Boosters 2,33 Spanish Club 3: Science Club 3, HAROLD CLYDE SHERRILL, JR. Boosters Club 2,3 CPresident 39: Student Assembly 2,33 Student Council 23 Key Club 2,31 Monogram 2, 33 Football 1,2,3 CCaptain 393 Basketball 1,33 Track 1,2,33 Wrestling 23 Presidents Club 33 Senior Su- perlative - Most Athletic. SHIRLEY ANN SHINN F. H. A. 1,25 D. O. 3 ZELLA PAYE SHORE D. O. 3. MARGARET LOUISE SIPES Glee Club l,2,35 French Club 35 Science Club 35 Library Club l,2,3, Bible Club 35 F. H. A. l,2,3, F. T. A. 2,3. HARRIET ERWIN SLOOP Dramatics Club l,2,35 Bible Club l,2,35 F. T. A. 2,33 Boosters Club 2,35 Fi-Y 2,35 Carrousel Princess 33 Latin Club 1,2,35 Quill 8a Scroll 2,3 CSecretary 2,325 Marshal 25 Senior Superlative - Best Lookingg Beta Club 2,35 Blue 8: Gray l,2,3, CFeature Editor 323 Girl of Month 35 Cheerleader 35 Library Club 1,25 French Club 35 Monogram Club 35 Student Assembly 35 Homeroom Officer 2,35 Presidents Club 3. KAY FRANCES SMITH F. H. A. 1.25 Boosters 25 Glee Club 2,35 Library Club l. THOMAS LYNN SMITH Projectionists Club l,2,35 D. O. Club 35 Boosters Club 3. SIDNEY ROBERT SOWERS Beta Club 2,35 Spanish Club 33 Science Club 2,3. LEONA SPANN SYLVIA SUE STAFFORD Spanish Club 33 F. H. A. BARBARA JEAN STEELE Student Assembly 1,25 Boosters 2,33 F. H. A. l,2,3, Library Club l,2,35 F. T. A. 25 Dramatics 25 Bible l,2,3, Fi-Y 2,35 Blue 8: Gray 25 Glee Club 15 Home- room Officer l,3. JERRY EDWARD STEWART SANDRA LEONA STEWART Blue 8: Gray l,2,3 CCopy Editor 325 Library Club 1,25 Latin Club l,2,3, Dramatics Club l,2,35 Bible Club l,2,3 CSecretary 225 Beta Club l,2,3 QTreasurer 225 Boosters Club 2,35 French Club 35 Monogram Club 2,3 CSecretaty-Treasurer 3 2, Cheerleader 2,3 lChief 323 Chief Marshal 25 Girls' State, D. A. R. Good Citizeng Miss Merry Christmas, Fi-Y 35 Presi- dents Club 35 Quill 8: Scroll 2,35 Co-Chairman of Jr.-Sr. 25 Campus Personality 25 Homecoming Spon- sor 3g Senior Superlative - Most Likely to Succeed. PATRICIA STIKELEATHER Majorette 2,35 Basketball lg Dramatics Club 35 Homecoming Sponsor 3, Glee Club l,2,3 fMars Hill 225 Bible Club 35 Annual l,2,3 CFeature Editor 325 Boosters Club 2,35 Science Club 32 French Club 33 Library Club l. BARBARA ANN SULLIVAN Annual Staff 2,3 fArt Editor 325 Beta Club 35 Bible Club l,2,35 Blue 8: Gray 15 Dramatics 35 F. T. A. 25 French Club 35 Library Club l,2,3 CPresident 32, Monogram Club 35 Basketball 15 Cheerleader 35 Tennis 25 Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Class, Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class, Presidents Club 35 Homecoming Queen 3, Senior Superlative - Most Popular. RACHEL SWEARINGER Glee Club 2, D. O. 5. HAZEL HOWELL TAYLOR, JR. Student Assembly 2,3 CCouncil 323 Football 1,2,35 Wfrestling l,2,3, Track l,2,3 f2nd in WNCHSAA in 100 and 220 dashes 225 Athlete of Month 3, Monogram Club l,2,35 Bible Club l,2,3, Boosters Club l,2,3, Library Club lg Key Club 3 CPresident 325 Hi-Y 35 Projectionists Club 2,3, Annual 3 CSports Editor 324 Blue 8c Gray lg Science Club 3, Dramatics Club 35 Spanish Club 3 CSF-cretary 323 Jr. Rotarian lg Jr. Civitan 3. LINDA ANNE TEVEPAUGH F. H. A. l,2,35 Glee Club 1,25 Library Club l,2,3, Boosters Club 2. DAVID OTTO THARPE Monogram Club 2,35 Football l,2,3, Basketball l,2,3, Track l,2,3, Boosters Club 2,31 Homeroom OH'icer 35 Hi-Y 35 Annual Stal? CPhotography Editor 32. FRANCES BAGWELL THOMAS Boosters Club 2,3, Science Club 3g Bible Club l,2,3, Library Club 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 F. H. A. l,2,3 CTreas. 225 Student Assembly l,2,35 Student Council 1,35 Trafhc Squad 15 Delegate N.C.S.S.C.C. 25 Dele- gate W.D.N.C.S.C.C. 2,3 lVice-Pres. 321 Fi-Y l,2,3 CHonorary Member - Sec.-Treas. 15 Pres. 322 An- nual Ql,2,35 Co-editor 3, Annual Representative to Editors Round Table at Western Carolina 325 Mgr. Girls Basketball 2,35 Monogram Club 35 French Club 3: Homecoming Sponsor lg Co-Chairman jr.-Sr. Ban- quet 25 Campus Personality 15 Quill 8: Scroll 35 Key Club Sweetheart 35 Presidents Club 3: Superlative - Best All Around 35 Girl of the Month 3. JEAN EUGENIA TIMBERG Dramatics l,35 Blue 84 Gray 1,35 French Club 1: Spanish Club 35 Library Club 2,35 Bible Club 3. PEGGY JEAN WARD Central High School, Rutherfordton, N. C. l,2,3, F. H. A. l,2,3,45 Bible Club l,2,3,45 Science Club 2,33 Pep Club l,2,35 Boosters Club 35 Art Club 2,35 Homeroom Officer 15 Home Ec. I lPresident2. ELIZABETH ANN WARREN Bible Club l,2,3 CTreasurer 332 Boosters Club 2,33 French Club 33 Library Club l,2,33 Student Assembly 33 Dramatics Club 2,33 Homecoming Sponsor 3. ROBERT WILLIAM WEAVER D. O. Club 2,3 ELLIE JANE WEST Bible Club l,2,33 Boosters Club 2,33 Library Club l,2,33 Blue 8: Gray 1,2333 Dramatics Club 1,2333 Beta Club 2,33 F. H. A. 132,33 F. T. A. 2. MARIANN WHITE Bible Club l,2,33 Annual 1,2,3 CAdvertising Editor 33g Library Club l,2,33 Glee Club l,2,33 Greensboro Music Festival 2,33 Science Club 33 Band 13 Basket- ball 2,33 F. T. A. 23 Fi-Y 2,33 Boosters Club 2.3. PATSY RUTH WHITLOW F. H. A. lg Glee Club l,2,33 Basketball 1. GERALD THOMAS WILKINSON Tennis l,2,33 Football l,2,33 Track 33 Basketball 1, 2,33 Latin Club l,2,33 Beta Club 2,33 Science Club 33 Monogram Club 3g Boosters Club 2,33 Library Club l,2,33 Projectionists Club l,2Q Junior Civitan Club 33 Junior Rotarian 33 Junior Class Marshall3 Homeroom President 13 Homeroom Secretary 23 State Beta Club Convention 33 Junior Civitan Club Convention 3. NIICHEL VUESTON WILKINSON Football l,2,33 Basketball 1,2333 Track l,2,33 Boost- ers 2,33 Library 132,33 Blue 8: Gray 1,21 Bible 1,2,31 Monogram l,2,33 Annual 33 Science 33 Spanish 3 fTreasurer 323 Key Club 33 Hi-'I' 33 Home Room Ofhcer fTreasurer lg President 353 Projectionisrs Club 3. JERRY BRYAN WILSON Science Club l,2,3 6Vice-President 373 Projectionists Club l,2,33 Dramatics 33 French Club 33 Boosters Club 3. JOE THOMAS WOODIE Harmony High School 1,23 Spanish 39 Dramatics Club 33 Blue 8a Gray 3g Boosters Club 33 Science Club 33 Beta Club 33 Hi-Y 3. MARY JOAN WOODY F. H. 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GENERAL HARDWARE Paints - Glass - Heaters - Kitchen Ware Appliances 110 West Broad Street Phone 7141 amp AWLEH i5 of Harmon's Food Store "Fresh Produce Dailyn HoME OF THosE DELICIOUS STEAKS C7W1,,9 Amenfj of McNEER DILLON CO. Drew and Sport Sbirlf 114-120 South Meeting St. Phone 5651 SHERRILL-WHITE SHOE Co. INC. Shoes - Hofiery - Merry Fzfrrzifhirzgtr 102 West Broad St. Phone 74-41 HILL'S CLEANERS "Cash and Carry, Drive in Serrife' 527 West Front St. Phone 6411 GIMP Al7'LQl'l.!5 O! ALEX GREEN BUICK, INC. 207-209 WEST FRONT STREET STATESVILLE, N. C. "We Buick the Town" PHONE 7296 -5. Q Czmla Amenfd of Gimp nmn,fA U! I I'-1 f . PEBIIW OLII' S Prmtcrafters, Inc Sl6lf6.l'IJfZl6'.f Leading Store of Ff1.ff9i01z" C0mme'C'al Punting South Center Street XVCSI W2lfCf SUCCI Phone 6317 Phone 7387 -i- ,W THE SPORT SHOP NEWBERRYWS 108 North Center Street STATESVILLE, N. C. 5 8 IOC PHONE 5206 X- VOUNG MEN'S B E L K i S A SHOP DEPARTMENT 107 South Center St. Phone 7412 "The Home of Better I76l!Zf9,f" STATESVILLE, N. C. HAUSERS BARBECUE TELEVISION 1 Mile Out Turnersburg Road PHONE 5464 112 North Center Street PHONE 6304 Radios-Records-TV 'i- 60VVLl9AlfVl?l'L!:5 O! VW RANDY'S DINER 9 Mb Sandwiches of All Kinds STATESVILLE, N. C. gi . .-'ivy' : ldvtr' izM'1,.' Q---A K 5 . 5 M V' Ja' 1 - ,W i 1 t e . . xi . - , Q wb 1, w v 1 5 1 if A - L ,E ,V t . 1 A of ' Nl: ii: ai! if Y 1 -, L ii,-ff 4-,vi 0 ,H tv m I 'J 'V I ' ." wif M 7 lf' ' ,MJ ' fl fy V " in L' il 7 .Gif V' I is ' I 1' x V' .. f 'A . if , sf rt , ,ta if ,, ,J 1, Q ., ,t at r X v D' jo t. '39, 1' 1 f A ' 'lx if 7 5, , ,f - J IE 'i Q 1 S N ef 'W 1 W .f' i ,xx 4 X , '.M nf, " gf' ,ia if si, i ,lub ,Q , , ,""Q' ii ' - i . 4' f V' f L1 ,LV '. Lf ' :Vki ,fi A--I ' 1 F' . w .LN . rf' , A'Q4 .. '- W r . H . . 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WEST DEPARTMENT CONSTRUCTION STORE INC Phone 9034 STATESVILLE, N. C. L -r Victorian and Modern T Furniture Shop DOWNTUWN MOTCR Phone 4551 COURT 115 Water Street STATESVILLE, SOLIKTI MC6IiHg Sf. "Buy Direct from Mm2zzfaclm'er- P11096 3202 Save 25'2 - 50ft4,' f. Cffnfhnfnffof BOOOS MOTOR CO. DeSoto-Plymozrtla EDDIE'S BARBER SHOP 7,05 West F Om St , r . Front Street STATESVILLE, N. C. ,, I W EIRESTCNE STORE 1 ' 60171.19 AFVLEVLE5 O! CITY CLEANERS Phone 5312 FOR PICK UP AND DELIVERY V. E. HOLLAND, Owner ,W CLEANERS CIlfVL!fIAlW,Pl'll5 O! RALPH SLOAN, INC. 105 East Broad St. "Fu.s'biO1z Cwzlw' For Men' 04kwl 0WQ G90 lhiuvlllmnc. JOHN SCHELD, Salewmfz JOHNSON REAL ESTATE COMPLETE NEON ami COMMERCIAL and SIGN SERVICE BUILDING COMPANY 516 South Center Street DIAL 5284 STATESVILLE, N. C. v-up.. 'W 'f 33" 2 N fjj f fd j 'N n X I at I f If . X Qjji nw HJ ,yi ,7 LJ! my J I V tal . N Atp9RlCZil,gSEDHA,mMf14QHES I ,fiff Jr ,XI J! I 1 ilk V , CJ ,f!lEG.U.S.PAT.OFF. U M71 Sf KX' 1 omfogmenfj of VI 7 - WJ S atesvllle Coca-Cola W W Bottling Company STATESVILLE, N. C. M '5- HN CUIll!JAlll0I1f.5 of SHERRILL FURNITURE COMPANY .f7Wd7ZllfdCZll1'67'J' 628 Monroe Street W we .5. C I W- s f I omp WWW 5 O! CTIIHIIAIIIIIWIIA of NORTH CAROLINA FURNITURE, INC. A1tl7ZllfcIClllI'6I'.I of Bentwood Chairs for Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions SHERRILL LU MBER CO 1100 West Front Street Telephone 4519 PF .5 Wg, MW W Wy X WA Dbfvvygwvla -5- VL - 'I 'go son reenfnoelsesl IM if efxfglfolnliw Q M' Tele hcne 4346. W Clmpgmmbof , jf My My cole hardware co. Jsynjjj , 109 eosfbrood street N WMM of We S':t5::'ie3:x V-Point Shell Service Q0 H if W W EF 62 Q JTESVTLLEQ N K X ,ES 2 1 X1 . X32 ax Si? if-X ci 3 ef' ig, Q3 if 1 Gi 3 we 512525 R 1 ee af? ala' ,ig if Q gig-qfcj 56 cg! Z9 C5 X ie q E3 3 SS Q W ESX , SQAECL Qi 25 Ag fe-SEQ 11,23 gage ii? evem x -9? G C. ef ieffzfei eg MFXBQS iefiiiffieg 55 2 5 if Exif ' ' 9 ' EQ , 'X 2 5 ef 'SE fps 3 if 4' Q25 Q4 gc? 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Center Phone 7417 NUWAY SHoE SHOP Ci,m,,A-,,,,mj5 of 114 East Broad Street Walker Insurance Agency 124 East Front Street ' A Crmzplzlzzwzlf of A FRIEND Phone 3261 f 60II'1,l9AlllPfI,fJ0! P1'e.rw'ipIi011 Hwzcfqmzrterr Phone 5271 "On lbe Sqnme 150 East Front 101 East Broad Street Pe rfx3JJJL1VIJJW,ff2L'JJlf9'Qj,, MWIYU n ' ' WJ 7 r ' ' if K My tQ? 5rl9! 46? Cymlolgmenfd of W? CIIQRO IA EMPIRE M I OR MANUFACTURING W OM ANY CORP. 4 FORD RCURY 2020 west Front street DX , East Broad Street STATESVILLE, N. C. . JJ STATESVIICT, TELEPHONE 3217 E YUM L I ' 5 'rr ,W I Q 6 TTI C E IREDELL LAUNDRY "We Give S 8: H Green Stamps" Cznfzlogmenfd of! PHONE 9501 NORTH CAROLINA FURNITURE, INC. ZVIa1zufacZzz1'e1'J of T H O N E T Bentwood and Bentply Furnitur JOHNSON CLEANERS, INC. STATESVILLE, N. C. Quality Cleaning, Pressing P6 and Alterations 801 Boulevard PHONE 5 171 1. N I 093, SV gsvuwb WWECZW 5 YQ? 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