Swain County High School - Ridge Runner Yearbook (Bryson City, NC)

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1 THE RIDGERUNNER Presented by THE SENIOR CLASS of Yi •fe NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication------- - - - — 3 Administration- 5-8 Seniors - - 9-40 Juniors-41-48 Sophomores -- -49.54 Freshmen-55-59 Activities- 61 - 80 Athletics - - 8 i-85 Senior Directory --— --- - 87-94 Advertisements 95-119 DEDICATION We saw him in class and we liked him. We watched as he directed the band. This tribute is to honor him. Donald Womick, of course, is the man. Because of your interest in all and your willingness to help each individual we, THE 1961 RIDGERUNNER Staff dedicate our annual to you . . . DONALD LEE WOMICK 3 FAMILIAR " We gather together to socialize and eat. " " We play hard, winning and losing. " BUILDINGS " We study hard, passing and failing. " 4 ADMINISTRATION JERRY A. RICE Principal T. L. WOODARD County Superintendent FACULTY LUCILLE BRINTNALL Home Economics PHYLLIS CLAXTON Physical Education CANDLER COOK Math 6 MARTIN COOK THAD DeHART Science English Commercial ESTHER FERGUSON Librarian ANN FOX English CLIFFORD FRIZZELL NORRIS JONES JOHN PRICE Biology Physical Education Agriculture 7 JEANNE SNEED English CECIL SUTTON Science - Math LILLIAN THOMASSON French CHRISTINE THOMPSON Commercial WILLIAM WATERS Social Studies JOHN WIKLE DONALD WOMICK CARROLL WRIGHT, JR. English Band - Math Social Studies 8 SENIORS SENIOR 10 CLASS FLOWER Lilac CLASS COLORS SENIOR SPONSORS Mr. Cecil Sutton Mrs. Jeanne Sneed Mrs. Lillian Thomasson Mr. William Waters Lilac and White CLASS MOTTO " By Courage and By Faith " CLASS MASCOTS Kay Vance and Mike Heffner EDITH REBECCA ADAMS AZALEA ARKANSAS LLOYD KNOWLES ARNEACH REBECCA SUE ARVEY 12 BRENDA FAYE BEASLEY PERCIVAL ROBERT BENNETT, III GRADIE LOUISE BLANKENSHIP VELMA CABLE PEGGY JEAN BLANTON DOUGLAS McCREE BOWMAN 13 FERRIS CHRISTOPHER BREEDLOVE LYMAN FLOYD BROWN FREDERICK EDGAR BRYSON RACHEL NAOMI BURNETTE 14 SHIRLEY MARGARET BYRD MARY VIVIAN CALHOUN BARBARA ANN CAMBY DARREL CAMPBELL CLINT CAMERON CARSON, JR. AUSTIN JOEL CHAMBERS 15 DORIS GAIL CLARK HENRY CARL COLLINS, JR. WILLIAM HARDY CRISP EDDIE JOHN CRISP BRENDA SUE CRISP JANE ELIZABETH CRISP POLLY ANN CROWDER CLIFFORD EUGENE CUNNINGHAM JAMES DENNIS CUNNINGHAM ABSLON JARRETT DAVIS LARRY MARTIN DeHART RAYMOND DeHART 17 ■ ? ROY KENNETH DeHART BILLY THOMAS DILLS BETTY ANN ESTES 18 HAROLD WILLIAM FOWLER NANCY ELIZABETH GIBSON 19 MAE ANNE GREENE MARY JO GREYER BOBBY KAY HALL CAROL JEAN HALL JAMES EDWIN HAYES CAROLYN RAE HENRY 20 BILLY GENE HOWELL WILLIAM CHASTINE JENKINS THOMAS ALFRED JONES JOHNNY KYLE JENKINS 21 PATSY GENEVA LOFTIS POLLY JANETTE LOFTIS SHIRLEY ANN LOLLIS SANDRA JAYNE McCRACKEN WILLIAM ALLISON MANESS PATSY gaye marr 22 GWENDOLYN JEAN MEDFORD DOUGLAS ROGER MESSER WILLIAM DORSEY MINCEY DEAN FATE MORGAN 23 GLENDALE VEA MORGAN DOROTHY ANN MORRIS JAMES LOGAN MORRIS, III FRED DALE PARRIS TROY SANDERS PAYNE CLARA SUE PHILLIPS 24 WILMA SUE PILKINGTON CECILE ELIZABETH PLOTT CLEO JANET PROCTOR RAYMOND EDWARD QUEEN BILLIE ELIZABETH REAGAN JOE DOUGLAS REVIS 25 PEGGY COZETTE REVIS PHILLIP ALBERT RICKMAN BARBARA ANN ROLAND RAYMOND LEROY RUMSEY DWIGHT CARROLL SANDLIN OSLEY BIRD SAUNOOKE, JR. 26 LINDA LEOLA SIBBETT JOHN WILLIAM SIMONDS SHIRLEY ANN SIMONDS CATHERINE BERNICE SLAGLE CATHERINE MARIE STYLES SONYA EDNA TRAWICK 27 WILLIAM EDWARD WARREN MAXINE CAROLYN WEBSTER SARA ELIZABETH WELCH DENNIS EDWARD WHITE DIXIE NELL WIGGINS REBECCA ANN WIGGINS 28 JAMES HAROLD WILLIAMSON CAROLYN WILSON NONNIVEE WOODARD NANCY ALLEAN YORK 29 CLASS HISTORY In the fall of 1957, 190 excited and scared Freshmen received the first glance of their goal - Swain High. We began to get acquainted, but mostly with other Freshmen since the upper¬ classmen seemed to th ink we were ignorant and " green " . With a struggle for most of us, we got through the ninth grade and in Mr. DeHart ' s words became " elated " Sophomores. As Sophomores, we felt at home. Those memorable days of learning to per¬ form operations, and on a frog at that, are events I’m sure none of us will ever forget. That spring we got plenty of exercise from the hikes we took hunting plants. Time was passing in leaps and bounds. We were, at last, Juniors, and con¬ sidered upperclassmen. We put our hearts into the eagerly awaited Junior - Senior Prom and were blessed with the results. Everyone, Teachers and all, agreed it was the best prom ever. The theme was " Rendezvous With The Stars. " After three years of striving, we finally reached our thrones. We were SENIORS. We soon found that being Seniors wasn ' t at all easy. With the elec¬ tion of superlatives, preparing for the Washington trip, and the Senior Play, we found we were still the same Ole ' Swain Hi students. That last year we had a new lunchroom. Other changes were made; an activity period, chapel each week, and no study hall. We looked forward to the Washington trip, Senior Play, prom, and getting our rings; but, our greatest event was yet to come - Graduation. We had reached our goal, but we couldn’t stop there. We have before us a great new future in which many goals must be achieved. 30 CLARA SUE PHILLIPS COZETTE REVIS Historians SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BEST ALL-AROUND GAIL CLARK HAROLD FOWLER 31 BEST-DRESSED JAMES HAYES BEST HOMEMAKER and BEST FARMER JIMMY MORRIS CECILE PLOTT BILLIE REAGAN BEST LOOKING JOYCE DUGAN DOUG BOWMAN BEST PERSONALITY CAROLYN WILSON DARREL CAMPBELL 33 MOST ATHLETIC SANDY McCRACKEN WILLIAM WIRE FRIENDLIEST ANN GREENE LARRY DeHART 34 MOST COURTEOUS BRUCE FORTNER NANCY GIBSON MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED CHARLEY DUNN RICK BRYSON MOST STUDIOUS MOST POPULAR NELL WIGGINS TOMMY TONES BETTY ESTES DOUG REVIS 36 37 V Ann SENIOR ACTIVITIES 39 SENIORS SIGN OUT XV 1 a.(L ' l XP M ' 0 -_V, . ' Q N.C ' l yrv A J i if srftKy 40 fy y jjLftKQr it ft JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS CAROLYN DEYTON JEAN CASADA - - - LINDA LANEY - - - SHERRY FOX-- ROBEY BRIDGES - - - - - Secretary - - - Treasurer Vice-President - - - Reporter - - President 42 Top, Left to Right: Letha Anthony, Era Anthony, Dora Arvey, Wesley Ashe, Mildred Bailey, Wayne Ballew, Jimmy Benedetto, Karen Biggs. Bottom, Left to Right; Patsy Birchfield, Edna Mae Brendle, Robey Bridges, John Brintnall, Frances Brown, Ted Burnette, Helen Carson, Annette Casada, 43 Top, Left to Right: Jean Casada, Barbara Cline, Elsie Cloer, Sam Cochran, Nelson Cole, Betty Coleman, Eddie Cooper, Jimmy Corbin. Bottom, Left to Right; Gary Davis, Monroe Davis, Carolyn Deyton, Elizabeth Dilling, Evelyn Dills, Agnes Estes, Jim Estes, Virginia Estes. 44 Top, Left to Right; Sherry Fox, Judy Gibson, Bruce Greene, Cheryl Greene, Fletcher Guge, Ted Hamilton, Richard Harding, Sue Hyde. Bottom, Left to Right: Gail Jenkins, Jeanette Jenkins, Wanda Kirkland, Pearlene Lakey, Linda Laney, Shirley Loftis, Brenda Long, Paul Maney. 45 Top, Left to Right; Bud Marcus, Bruce Messer, Joyce Medford, Pat McMahan, Jerry McKinney, Linda McHan, Earl McGaha, Peggy Mashburn. Bottom, Left to Right; Lyndon Monteith, Sandra Moore, Danny Morris, Brenda Parris, Kip Payne, Susan Pierce, Richard Pulliam, Larry Randall. 46 Top, Left to Right; Carol Roberts, Aaron Robinson, Edwin Sherrill, Judy Shuler, Richard Shuler, Willa Jean Sizemore, Bobby Smith, Buford Smith. Bottom, Left to Right; Mark Smith, Sue Sneed, Nellie Faye Stanton, Mac Stevenson, Billy Stillwell, Ann Sutton, Judy Sutton, Blake Tabor. 47 y Top, Left to Right; Brenda Taylor, Dennis Thomas, Mac Thomas, Keith Tipton, Kay Tuck, Louise Turpin, Carolyn Walker, Barbara Ward, Bobby Webb, Virgil Webb. Bottom, Left to Right: Carolyn Welch, Anna Whitaker, Vicki White, Shirley Wiggins, Keith William¬ son, Viola Willis, Joe Woodard, Lyna Wright, Lynda Young. 48 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS JERRY PARKER - FREDA GREGORY BRANNIN LAKEY CHARLES SHULER CHARLES CLINE - Vice-President - - Secretary - - - Reporter - - Treasurer - - President Top, Left to Right; Barbara Ammons, Lois Ammons, Margaret Anthony, Melba Arkansas, Linda Sue Ashe, Margaret Ashe, Roger Battle, Geraldine Beck, Alfred Brady, Faye Breedlove, Winfred Brooks, Blanche Bowers, Peggy Bowers, Rosa Lee Bowers, Edward Buchanan. Bottom, Left to Right; Larry Buchanan, Douglas Burnette, Patsy Burnette, Horace Burns, Peggy Sue Byrd, Rosalie Cabe, Ann Calhoun, Ellen Calhoun, BonnieClampitt, Charles Cline, Anna Belle Cochran, James Cochran, James Cochran, Ella Mae Cooke, Joe Cook. 51 Top, Left to Right: Rachel Cook, Sue Crisp, Ray Crisp, Gladys Cross, Bobby Davis, Pauline Davis, Tommy DeBord, Kenneth DeHart, Mac DeHart, J. V. Dills, Ronald Dodson, Pansi Downs, Terry Dugan, Raymond Elliot, Sylvia Sue Farr. Bottom, Left to Right; Jean Ferguson, Earl Fortner, Carol Freeman, Willard Freeman, Janet Fuller, Patsy Garrett, Paul Green, Freda Gregory, Brigitte Hensley, Linda Hensley O ' Dell Herron, Connie Hester, PatHosea, Richard Hughes, Carolyn Johnson. 52 Top, Left to Right: Rausie Johnson, Claude Jones, Ruby Jones, Clifford King, Carl Knight, Clyde Laws, Tack Laws, Kathryn Lee, Christine Ledford, Jimmy Lindsay, Mary Lindsay, Viola Littrell, Ann Marr, Douglas Matthews, Johnny McHan. Bottom, Left to Right; Ada Mae McJunkin, Marcia Meliski, Brenda Morgan, Pat Nelson, Eugene Owle, Jerry Parker, Lydia Patillo, Shirley Payne, Beulah Pilkington, Earnest Pilkey, Florence Posey, Ann Potts, Nancy Pulliam, Mary Lee Robinson, Betty Sandlin. 53 Top, Left to Right: Mary Lee Sawyer, Tommy Sitton, Wilma Sue Sizemore, Charles Shuler, Eugene Shuler, Wayne Shuler, Pat Smith, Ann Sossamon, Norman Stanberry, Ginger Stanton, Doug Sterns, Hazel Stevenson, Ellen Styles, Roy Styles, Linda Sutton, Rosa Lee Taylor, Shirley Thomas, Susan Turpin. Bottom, Left to Right: Joyce Waldroup, Margaret Walsh, O ' Dell Watkins, Virginia Watkins, Johnny Welch, Larry Winchester, Hilda Wiggins, Cormal Wike, Sandra Wikle, Shirley Williams, Joan Wright, Quintella Wright, Eloise Woodard, Tommy Woodard, Carroll Woods. 54 FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS CHARLES PAYNE - • KEITH MADDOX - • BRENDA STILLWELL CHERRY BURNETTE - - - President Vice-President - - Secretary- Treasurer - - - Reporter 56 Peggy Adams, Juanita Allen, Janice Allison, Jean Ammons, Kenneth Anthony, Claraneil Arvey. Judy Bailey, Robert Bailey, Gudger Ball, JoAnne Ball, Larry Ball, Lon Barker. Mildred Barker, Eddie Beck¬ er, Sammy Birchfield, Joyce Blakly, Jeanne Booth, Brenda Bowers. Katheryn Bradley, Johnny Branch, Jean Breedlove, Kay Breedlove, Barbara Brendle, Dockey Brendle. Eugene Brendle, Earl Bright, Joyce Brooks, Russel Brooks, W. C. Bryant, Gail Buchanan. Shirley Buchanan , Rena Burchfield, Cherry Burnette, Richard Busheyhead, Ruth Byrd, Howard Cabe. Joyce Cabe, Alice Carson, Nancy Carson, Betty Chicki- lilie, Margaret Chickililie, Carolyn Childers. Jerry Cline, Larry Cline, Jane Cochran, Wayne Cochran, Sandra Coffey, James Conner. W. C. Cook, Steve Cooper, Sue Cooper, Christine Crane, Doris Crisp, Marlema Crowe. Faye Cunningham, Dennis Dalrymple, Ann Nell DeHart, Deboyce Davis, Grace Davis, Wilford Davis. 57 Betty Jo Duvall, Jean Earley, Burgin Edwards, David Eller, Jerry Estes, Peggy Estes. Archie Fisher, Dillard Freed¬ man, Pam Game, Tony Gibson, Paulette Glassman, Mike Gossett. Billy Grant, Bill Greene, Joyce Greene, Jessie Greyer, Carolyn Gunter, Ronnie Hardin. David Harding, Linda Hensley, Furman Herron, Linda Herron, Shirley Herron, Rodney Hicks. Azalee Holden, Charles Hornbuckle, Irene Horn- buckle, Billy Hughes, Phil Hughes, Barbara Hyde. Carolyn Jenkins, Judy Jenkins, Marilyn Jenkins, Joyce Johnson, Mac Johnson, Steve Johnson. Alfred Jones, Roy Jones, Talmadge Jones, Irvin Lakey, Harold Laws, Gladys Lackey, Vernon Ledford, Earnest Lequire, Roy Lindsay, Keith Maddox, Carolyn Maness, Eugene Martin. Mary Jo Mashburn, Nancy Mason, Robert Matthews, Carroll McDonald, Marcelia McGugan, Fred McMahan. Pearl McMahan, Jack McJunkin, Shelby McMahan, Herman McMillion, Janice McWhiter, Buck Meliski. 58 Billy Morris, Peggy Nations, Melissa Nichols, Irene Oliver, Maxie Ogle, Gay Parker. Donna Jean Parris, Linda Parris, Wheeler Parris, Barbara Posey, Claudia Patterson, Charles Payne. Scotty Peterson, Richard Pitman, Jo Ann Phillips, Donald Pilkey, Sammy Pulliam, Sandra Randall. Mack Reagan, Gail Robinson, Jane Rogers, Robbie Roper, Mary Saloli, Butch Sanders. Sandra Sawyer, James Shook, Kathleen Shuler, Von Shuler, Anna Lee Simonds, Betty Simonds. Kenneth Sitton, Clara Sue Smith, Doyle Smith, Gertrude Smith, Jimmy Smith, Judy Smith. Bennie Stevenson, Brenda Stillwell, Barbara Sutton, Dorothy Sutton, Emma Sutton, Marvin Sutton. Kenneth Tadlock, Deems Taylor, Carolyn Thomas, Freddy Thomas, Ted Tread¬ way, Ellen Jo Warren. Harvey Waldroup, Donald Watkins, Barbara Watkins, Linda Kay Webb, Kathleen Welch, Frances Wiggins. Louise Wiggins, Ted Wiggins, Phyllis Wilkerson, Mary Alice Woodard, Jackie Carr. 59 Students yell out, " Victory for Swain High! " FAMILIAR SCENES The new lunchroom makes eating more pleasant. 60 ACTIVITIES A N N U A L Sandra McCracken EDITOR 62 Gail Clark, Nell Wiggins, and Sonya Trawick TYPISTS 63 MISS RIDGERUNNER CATHERINE SLAGLE 64 OFFICERS GAIL CLARK - President LINDA LANEY - Vice President ANN WIGGINS - Secretary BRENDA BEASLEY - Treasurer HAROLD FOWLER - Reporter Gail presiding at chapel SEATED: B. Beasley, G. Clark, ' L. Laney, H. Fowler. FIRST ROW: S. Thomas, J. Greyer, N. Gibson, J. Wright, C. Green, E. Brendle, S. Lollis, Mrs. Fox, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mr. Jones, Sponsor; P. Wilkinson, R. Cook, P. Lakey, S. Cooper, C. Childers, B. Adams, P. Hosea, M. Smith. THIRD ROW: D. Parris, J. Parker, S. Peterson. FIRST ROW: Brenda Beasley, Ann Morris, Tommy Jones, Janis Wright, Rick Bryson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Fox, sponsor; Gail Clark, Nell Wiggins, Ann Greene, Clara Sue Phillips, Annette Casada, Cheryl Greene, Edna Mae Brendle, Charley Dunn, Mrs. Sneed, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Benny Harding, Bud Breedlove, Harold Fowler, Anna Whitaker, Cozette Revis, Linda Laney, Sandra McCracken. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Brenda Beasley - Treasurer Ann Morris - Vice President Tommy Jones - President Janis Wright - Secretary Rick Bryson - Reporter MARSHALS Sherry Fox - CHIEF FIRST ROW: Edna Mae Brendle, Sherry Fox, Linda Laney, Lydia Pattillo. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Brintnall, Sponsor, Keith Maddox, Mac DeHart, Scotty Peterson, Mark Smith, Mrs. Douthit, Sponsor. 66 FRENCH II CLUB Harold Fowler - Reporter Ann Green - Secretary Sandra McCracken - V. Pres. Joyce Dugan - Treasurer Nell Wiggins - President Lyman Brown - Reporter FIRST ROW: Sandra McCracken, Janis Wright, Judy Grant, Charley Dunn, Jane Crisp, Betty Estes, Mary Jo Greyer, Joyce Dugan. SECOND ROW: Sonya Trawick, Brenda Crisp, Sara Welch, Nell Wiggins, Clara Sue Phillips, Ann Green, Gail Clark. THIRD ROW: Lloyd Arneach, Rick Bryson, William Wike, Billie Reagan, Ann Morris, Nancy Gibson, Cozette Revis, Cecile Plott, Patsy Marr. FOURTH ROW: Cameron Carson, Bruce Fortner, Billy Dills, Bud Breedlove, Darrel Campbell, Harold Fowler, Ly¬ man Brown. FIFTH ROW: Carl Collins, Sandy Messer, Tommy Jones. FIRST ROW: P. Crowder, V. Watkins, J. Ferguson, J. Gibson, K. Payne, J. Estes, B. Harding, J. Woodard, J. Corbin, J. Brintnall, C. Lane, B. Marcus. SECOND ROW: B. Tabor, L. Laney, S. Moore, L. Wright, A. Arkansas, C. Deyton, B. Webb, R. Pulliam, M. Smith, S. Williams. THIRD ROW: D. Morris, T. DeBord, M. Robinson, B. Ammons, P. Burnette, C. Welch, S. Hyde, J. Sutton, A. Casada, L. Young, C. Hester, C. Greene, E. Brendle. FOURTH ROW: R. Jones, N. Pulliam, P. Garrett, A. Cochran, R. Cook, P. Smith, C. Walker, B. Taylor, J. Fuller, C. Lee, F. Posey, P. Hosea, L. Hensley. FIFTH ROW: G. Jenkins, D. Arvey, P. Mash- burn, B. Clampitt, R. Taylor, F. Gregory, L. Patillo, H. Carson, M. Bailey, B. Birchfield, L. Monteith. SIXTH ROW: V. White, S. Fox, A. Sossamon, S. Pierce, J. Casada, B. Long, V. Webb, R. Styles, S. Cochran. SEVENTH ROW: C. Ledford, Q. Wright, R. Johnson, E. Dills, P. McMahan, A. Whitaker, J. Welch, C. Wike, J. Dills. EIGHTH ROW: B. Sanders, J. Benedetto, M. De¬ Hart, T. Woodard, J. McHan, C. Cline, E. Seay, B. Stillwell. NINTH ROW: D. f Nelson. " ' ■ B. D 3 . r ker ’ p FRENCH I CLUB OFFICERS OFFICERS Cheryl Green - Reporter Sherry Fox - Secretary Freda Gregory - V. Pres. John Brintnall - Pres. Jim Corbin - Treas. 67 FIRST ROW: S. Trawick, A. Arkansas, B. Adams, L. Laney. SECOND ROW: B. Harding, G. Medford, S. Welch, B. Reagan, J. Corbin, J. Sutton, A. Casada, C. Welch, L. Young, A. Estes, B. Estes, L. Blankenship, B. Roland. THIRD ROW: Mr. DeHart, D. White, J. Wright, C. Styles, B. Taylor, C. Walker, C. Deyton, C. Henry, M. Bailey, C. Phillips. FOURTH ROW: S. McCracken, S. Moore, S. Hyde, B. Long, M. Webster, J. Casada, S. Pierce, J. Shuler, J. Gibson, D. Revis. FIFTH ROW: B. Dills, A. Greene, P. Man, D. Arvey, C. Revis, M. Steven¬ son, J. Brintnall. SIXTH ROW: L. Brown, J. Wiggins, T. Payne, D. Parris, B. Smith, P. Rickman. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Sonya Trawick - Treas. Azalea Arkansas - Sec. Becky Adams - Vice Pres Linda Laney - President FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Lois Greene - Reporter Pearlene Lakey - Sec. Brenda Beasley - Pres. Velma Cable - Treas. .. Ann Wiggins - Vice Pres. " FIRST ROW: Sandra McCracken, Lois Green, Ann Wiggins, Velma Cable, Brenda Beasley, Pearlene Lakey. SECOND ROW: Allean York, Shirley Lollis, Ann Green, Helen Carson, Glendale Morgan, Bud Marcus, Dennis Cunningham, Raymond DeHart, Rebecca Arvey. 68 FIRST ROW: S. McCracken, A. Wiggins, C. Plott, A. Greene, D. Campbell, C. Carson, D. Bowman, J. Sutton, A. Potts, B. Sandlin, S. Thomas. SECOND ROW: L. Hensley, S. Williams, R. Arvey, B. Camby, M. Bailey, L. Young, A. Estes, H. Carson, G. Clark, W. Pilkington, L. Ashe, A. Marr, B. Watkins. THIRD ROW: J. Greyer, C. Thomas, V. White, C. Welch, K. Welch, J. Allison, G. Beck, P. Blanton, L. Greene, J. Crisp, K. Breed¬ love, J. Allen. FOURTH ROW: G. Bales, B. Matthews, R. Cabe, M. Arkansas, S. Wikle, L. Dilling, K. Biggs, L. Turpin, C. Roberts, R. Burnette, M. Sawyers, B. Pilkington, S. Coffee. FIFTH ROW: C. Hall, C. Proctor, J. Phillips, S. Cooper, A. Simonds, E. Warren, P. McMahan, G. Robinson, C. Arvey, E. Dills, G. Jenkins, P. Hosea, L. Hensley. SIXTH ROW: R. Byrd, J. Dugan, J. Brooks, K. Shuler, G. Parker, S. Welch, A. Morris, N. Carson, B. Stevenson, S. Randall, C. Patterson, Mrs. Brint- nall, Sponsor. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Anne Greene - V. Pres. Cecile Plott - President Betty Sandlin - Sec. Anne Potts - Pari. Sandy McCracken - Treas. Shirley Thomas - Reporter Ann Wiggins - Historian Judy Sutton - Song Leader FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Troy Payne - Sentinel James Hayes - Pres. Bruce Greene - Sec. Robey Bridges - V. Pres. Wesley Ashe - Reporter Butch Davis - Treas. FIRST ROW: L. DeHart, T. Payne, J. Hays, R. Bridges, B. Greene, A. Chambers, W. Wiggins, W. Ashe, R. DeHart. SECOND ROW: D. Earley, J. Williamson, J. Payne, G. Davis, R. Lindsay, R. Whiteside, P. Thomas, R. Elliot, B. Maness. THIRD ROW: J. Cook, N. Cole, R. Battle, C. Shuler, D. Thom¬ as, K. Tipton, A. Brady, E. Fortner, E. Bright. FOURTH ROW: R. Bailey, M. Sutton, H. Brady, E. Becker, D. Matthews, D. Burnette, J. Cochran, O. Watkins, H. Laws, N. Stanberry, D. Simonds, J. Headen. FIFTH ROW: A. Fisher, M. Johnson, J. Conner, W. Shuler, B. Morris, E. Lakey, B. Lakey, M. Johnson, D. Davis, K. Pilkington, L. Barker, S. Cochran. SIXTH ROW: D. Sandlin, W. Freeman, S. Birchfield, M. Sutton, D. Freeman, C. DeHart, M. Ogle, H. Waldrope, B. Howell. FIRST ROW: M. Reagan, W. Cochran, L. Cline, B. Fortner, B. Smith, J. Estes, J. Corbin, W. Wike, S. Coffey, B. Duvall, J. Allen, L. Dilling, A. Estes, L. Young, L. Parris, P. Estes, M. Walsh, E. Cook. SECOND ROW: K. Maddox, B. Sanders, C. Childers, S. Peterson, J. Estes, T. Gibson, J. Shook, M. Ashe, E. Styles, L. Sutton, P. Bowers, S. Shuler, S. Pulliam, C. Thomas, W. Pilkington, L. Ashe, G. Buchanan. THIRD ROW: B. Ammons, P. Burnette, B. Clampitt, R. Taylor, M. Mashburn, S. Cooper, T. Treadway, S. Wikle, P. Maney, T. Jones, A. Potts, M. Robinson, T. DeBord, P. Blanton, A. Wig¬ gins, H. Carson. FOURTH ROW: J. Allison, V. Watkins, R. Roper, A. Marr, C. Sneed, R. Johnson, R. Cook, P. Nelson, B. Cabe, L. Turpin, K. Biggs, C. Roberts, T. Payne, B. Beasley, P. Lakey, B. Camby, V. Calhoun, J. Phillips. FIFTH ROW: M. Arkansas, R. Cabe, B. Webb, M. Saloli, S. Payne, J. Gibson, D. Revis, B. Crisp, E. Crisp, R. Elliot, O. Herron, D. Burnette, J. Sutton, A. Whitaker, S. Pierce, C. Welch. SIXTH ROW: B. Marcus, J. Woodard, C. Lane, J. McKinney, D. Morris, J. Greyer, A. Carson, M. Woodard, S. Buchanan, C. Carson, H. Fowler, S. Trawick, V. White, B. Saunooke, S. Williams, G. Bales, H. Byrd. FIRST ROW: Mrs.. Ferguson, Sponsor, Claude Sneed, Judy Gibson, Doug Revis, Carolyn Wilson, Jim Morris. SECOND ROW: Rachel Cook, Ada Mcjunkin, Viola Litrell, Catherine Styles, Pansie Downs, Cheryl Greene, Nonnivee Woodard, Patsy Garrett, Mary Jo Greyer, Allean York. THIRD ROW: Charles Lane, Richard Shuler, Johnny McHan, Johnny Welch, Cormal Wike, Ted Hamil¬ ton, J. Corbin, William Wike, Bobby Davis, Mac DeHart. DEBATE CLUB 4-H CLUB OFFICERS Mary Lee Robinson - Reporter Carolyn Childers - Secretary Ruth Byrd - Vice President Tommy DeBord - President Paul Maney - Treasurer Jimmy Corbin - Song Leader OFFICERS Claude Sneed - Reporter Mrs. Ferguson - Sponsor Judy Gibson - Vice Pres. Doug Revis - President Carolyn Wilson - Sec. Jim Morris - Treasurer 70 TOP TO BOTTOM: Sandra McCracken, Sonya Trawick, Butch Saunooke, Judy Gibson, Doug Revis, Annette Casada, Linda Laney, Sandra Moore, Coach Jones, Judy Sutton, Ann Sossamon, Doug Bowman, Buford Smith, Bill Mincey, Coach Wright, Tom¬ my DeBord, Larry Randall, Jim Corbin, John Brintnall, Jimmy Estes, William Wike, Dennis White, Janis Wright. " S " CLUB OFFICERS William Wike - V. Pres Sonya Trawick - Sec. Dennis White - Reporter Jim Corbin - Treasurer Doug Revis - President BUS DRIVERS ' CLUB OFFICERS Cameron Carson - V. Pres. Phil Rickman - President Harold Fowler - Secretary FIRST ROW: Kit Williams, Harold Fowler, Phil Rickman, Cameron Carson. SECOND ROW: James Hayes, Austin Chambers, Danny Morris, Bud Marcus. THIRD ROW: Perry Thomas, Ray¬ mond Elliot, Tommy Si tton, Bud Breedlove. FOURTH ROW: Dale Parris, Butch Davis, Darrel Campbell, Bobby Bennett. 71 library FIRST ROW: E. Cook, V. Watkins, R. Burnette, G. Beck, R. Johnson, P. Crowder, B. Burns, H. Byrd, A. Morris, Mrs. Fergu¬ son, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: A. Marr, M. Greyer, S. Williams, L. Young, R. Cabe, B. Hensley, W. Pilkington, C: Slagle. THIRD ROW: M. Walsh, P. Downs, S. Wikle, C. Freeman, B. Crisp, L. Green, A. Wiggins, H. Carson, M. Sawyer, C. Revis. FOURTH ROW: L. Ashe, P. Garrett, S. Hyde, A. Casada, L. Laney, C. Greene, A. Cochran, S. Byrd, B. Matthews, G. Bales. FIFTH ROW: B. Taylor, J. Sutton, C. Welch, N. Gibson, J. Grant, C. Proctor, J. Loftis. SIXTH ROW: B. Beasley, P. Lakey, J. Morris, C. Wilson, S. McCracken. SEVENTH ROW: R. Bryson, M. DeHart. CLUB “ L vice Pres pf y - Secret,,, Peggy B „ nton . J FIRST ROW: B. Beasley, V. Estes, J. Loftis, C. Proctor, J. Estes, T. Payne, T. Ensley. SECOND ROW: N. Woodard, M. Bailey, H. Byrd, A. York, V. Cline, B. Coleman, L. Young, R. Cabe, B. Webb, C. Jenkins, Mr. Sutton, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: C. Lane, J. Crisp, D. Arvey, P. Burnette, C. Welch, A. Casada. FOURTH ROW: R. Arvey, J. Sutton, G. Bales, B. Matthews, G. Loftis, B. Breedlove, A. Chambers, E. Crisp, B. Adams, S. Trawick. FIFTH ROW: J. Jones, B. Camby, R. Burnette, B. Burns, V. Calhoun, S. Byrd, E. Dills, L. McHan, C. Phil¬ lips, J. Blakely, G. Beck, S. Williams. SIXTH ROW: B. Ammons, R. Cook, A. Potts, L. Pattillo, B. Saunooke, V. White, A. Sossamon, D. Bowman, B. Sandlin, S. Wikle, D. Revis, L. Brown. SEVENTH ROW: A. Wiggins, V. Cable, B. Crisp, J. Grant, J. Morris, C. Wilson, L. Laney, R. Harding, C. Styles, N. Gibson, M. Webster. EIGHTH ROW: D. Morris, B. Maness, D. Campbell, B. Fortner, W. Wike, J. Brintnall, J. Corbin, P. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Annette Casada - Treas. Ann Wiggins - Secretary Linda Laney - Vice Pres. Darrel Campbell - Pres. Phil Rickman - Reporter 72 ADVANCED FOLK DANCE CLUB OFFICERS Benny Harding - Reporter Judy Sutton - Treasurer Bud Marcus - Secretary Judy Gibson - President Doug Revis - Vice Pres. FIRST ROW: M. Sawyer, J. Wright, D. Morris, J. Ferguson, J. Woodard, J. Jenkins, D. Revis, J. Gibson, G. Beck, H. Wiggins, B. Hensley, S. McCracken. SECOND ROW: B. Mincey, B. Estes, G. Medford, S. Welch, L. Pattillo, C. Henry, C. Deyton, P. Hosea, C. Hester. I.. Young, R. Cabe, S. Williams, Mrs. Claxton, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: A. Potts, R. Johnson, B. Messer, Q. Wright, B. Smith, S. Wikle, B Sandlin, L. Hensley, S. Thomas, H. Byrd, C. Greene, S. Wiggins, A. Estes, L. Dilling, M. Bailey. FOURTH ROW: J. Estes, J. Corbin, J. Brintnall, C. Styles, M. Webster, M. Robinson, T. DeBord, G. Jenkins, S. Hyde, E. McGaha, C. Roberts, H. Carson. FIFTH ROW: W. Wike, B. Reagan, B. Saunooke, V. White, J. Sutton, A. Casada, B. Harding, L. Laney, S. Moore, L. Wright, J. Shuler. SIXTH ROW: R. Styles, V. Webb, F. Guge, A. Chambers, P. McHan, T. Ensley, T. Payne, C. Phillips, A. Wiggins, P. Blanton, C. Welch. SEVENTH ROW: D. Bowman, A. Sossamon, T. Ferguson, W. Herron, A. Whitaker, B. Long, S. Fox, S. Pierce, J. Casada. EIGHTH ROW: J. McHan, P. Mincey, H. Fowler, T. Jones, C. Sneed, C. Lane. NINTH ROW: T. Hamilton, K. DeHart, E. Crisp, B. Crisp, B. Smith, B. Adams, S. Trawick, B. Marcus, J. McKinney, P. Maney. FIRST ROW: S. Pullium, C. Payne, L. Parris, P. Estes, R. Hicks, E. Dills, P. Mashburn, S. Cochran, C. Burnette, J. Allen, H. Cabe, J. Cline, R. Harding. SECOND ROW: J. Greyer, R. Byrd, S. Cooper, P. Downs, M. Nichols, C. Maness, T. Jones, S. Peterson, J. Shook, J. Littrell, E. Baker, K. Breedlove, Mrs. Claxton, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: K. Maddox, C. Childers, S. Wikle, A. Marr, C. Freeman, R. Bryson, A. Carson, M. Mashburn, B. Duvall, N. Carson, B. Stephenson, J. Jenkins. FOURTH ROW: R. Brooks, V. Webb, F. Herron, J. Payne, M. Stevenson, T. Dugan, R. Shuler, G. Parker, S. Coffey, L. Ashe. FIFTH ROW: N. Cole, F. Guge, R. Bridges, G. Davis, B. Greene, D. Parris, C. Wike, B. Smith, D. Sutton, B. Chickalilie, J. Rogers, M. Walsh, E. Cook. BEGINNERS ' FOLK DANCE CLUB OFFICERS Charles Payne - Pres. Carolyn Maness - Sec. Keith Maddox - Vice Pres. Bruce Greene - Treas. AUDIO VISUAL PROJECTION CLUB FIRST ROW: L. Green, P. Lakey, B. Marcus, D. Morris, J. Parker, P. Maney. SECOND ROW: L. Buchanan, D. Taylor, R. Hicks, J. McHan, T. Woodard, B. Messer. THIRD ROW: S. Peterson, C. Sneed, C. Hornbuckle, D. Burnette, K. Payne, M. Gossett. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Frizzell, Sponsor; V. Shuler, S. Cochran, R. Bridges, G. Davis, C. Johnson, T. Treadaway. OFFICERS Danny Morris - Vice Pres. Lois Green - Treasurer Bud Marcus - President Pearline Lakey - Secretary Robey Bridges - Reporter SWAIN HI-LITE STAFF Rick Bryson - Editor Left to Right: Nancy Gibson, Ann Green, Sue Hyde, Sara Welch, Cecile Plott, Ann Morris, Anna Whitaker, Tommy Woodard, Mrs. Thompson, Sponsor; Carolyn Childers, Mary Jo Greyer. SEATED: Rick Bryson. 74 FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS CATHERINE STYLES JAN WRIGHT ANNE POTTS SHIRLEY THOMAS ANNA WHITAKER JUDY GIBSON BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Left to Right: Ronnie Hardin, Anne Potts, Charley Dunn, Head Cheerleader Judy Gibson, Shirley Thomas, Anna Whitaker, Peggy Blanton. 75 HOMECOMING COURT FIRST ROW: Clara Sue Phillips, Judy Grant, Peggy Blanton, Queen Sandra McCracken, Mary Lee Robinson, Jean Casada. SECOND ROW: Joyce Dugan, Rausie Johnson, Brenda Stillwell, Shirley Thomas, Maid o ' f Honor Judy Sutton, Gail Clark, Catherine Styles. 76 ,c ' HALLOWEEN COURT FIRST ROW: Ann Wiggins, Brenda Crisp, Queen Shirley Williams, Jane Crisp Sue Crisp. SECOND ROW: Anna Whitaker, Joann Phillips, Carolyn Jenkins, Kay Breedlove, Rena Burchfield, Janette Loftis, THIRD ROW: Phyllis Wilkin¬ son, Jean Ferguson, Pearlene Lakey, Era Anthony. 77 SWAIN HIGH SCHOOL BAND Members are: Becky Adams, Margaret Anthony, Azalea Arkansas, Lloyd Arneach, Lynda Beck, Jimmy Benedetto, Olivia Bennett, Joyce Blakely, Jeanne Booth, Charles Branton, Winfred Brooks, Lyman Brown, Bobbie Burns, Elaine Byrd, Annette Casada, Gene Cunningham, Brenda DeHart, Larry DeHart, Pansie Downs, Charley Dunn, Betty Estes, Jimmy Fellows, David Fergu¬ son, Jean Ferguson, Tommy Ferguson, Reenie Grant, David Greene, Mary Jo Greyer, Carolyn Gunter, Ronnie Hardin, Carolyn Henry, Bridgette Hensley, Connie Hester, Eddie Hollifield, Lesley Johnson, Carl Knight, Viola Littrell, Carolyn Maness, Jimmy Maness, Gwen Medford, Dan Morris, Jimmy Myers, Melissa Nichols, Shirley Payne, Billie Reagan, Phil Rickman, Prudy Sawyer, Douglas Stearns, Ross Stearns, Brenda Taylor, Deems Taylor, Linda Thomas, Virginia Welch, Doug Whitesides, Teresa Wikle, Phyllis Wilkerson, Shirley Williams, Sandra OFFICERS Jimmy Benedetto - Second Lieutenant Becky Adams - First Lieutenant Jean Ferguson - Secretary-Treasurer Azalea Arkansas - Captain 78 MAJORETTES Bottom to Top: Drum Majorette Charley Dunn, Head Majorette Betty Estes, Becky Adams, Billie Reagan, Jean Ferguson, Connie Hester. OFFICE STAFF SEATED: Sandra McCracken. STANDING: Nonnivee Woodard, Janette Loftis, Judy Henderson, Helen Byrd, Ann Wiggins, Shirley Lollis, Gail Clark, Brenda Beasley, Janis Wright, Lois Greene. LIBRARY STAFF FIRST ROW: Helen Byrd, Rachel Burnette, Cozette Revis, Polly Crowder, Bobbie Burns. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Wilson, Gladys Bales, Bertha Mathews, Ann Morris. THIRD ROW: Mac DeHart, Catherine Styles. 80 ATHLETICS VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Doyle Smith, Jimmy Corbin, Doug Revis, Archie Fisher, Richard Harding, Freddie Thomas, Earl McGaha. SECOND ROW: Tommy Ensley, Mack Thomas, Doug Bowman, Larry Randall, Buford Smith, Wayne Ballew, Talmage Jones, Bobby Ensley. THIRD ROW: Clifford King, Melvin Pullium, Tommy DeBord, Jim Jones, Billy Mincey, Steve Cooper, Donald Watkins, Chastine Jenkins. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Hall, Jimmy Estes, Butch Saunooke, Dennis White, William Wike, Jimmy Morris. Doug Bowman Captain Bill Mincey Coach Carroll Wright Coach Norris Jones Captain Doug Revis SENIOR Bill Mincey FOOTBALL Butch Saunooke Doug Revis PLAYERS Dennis White 83 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Sonya Trawick and Sandra McCracken, CO-CAPTAINS Carroll Wright, Jr. HEAD COACH FORWARDS: Annette Casada, Sonya Trawick, Sandra McCracken Sandra Moore, Ann Sossamon. KNEELING: Annette Casada, Linda Laney, Carolyn Welch, Sonya Trawick, Sandra McCracken, Sandra Moore, Mary Robinson, Lydia Pattillo, Judy Sutton. STANDING: Coach Carroll Wright, Mary Saloli, Sandra Randall, Nancy Carson, Claudia Patterson, Carolyn Maness, Ann Sossamon, Sherry Fox, Joyce Brooks, Pat Hosea, Joann Phillips, Manager Carolyn Thomas. GUARDS: Carolyn Welch, Mary Robinson, Linda Laney, Lydia Pattillo, Judy Sutton. BOYS’ BASKETBALL BENNY HARDING BILL MINCEY William Wike, Captain and Coach Norris Jones FIRST ROW: Billy Hughes, Manager, Bruce Messer, Bill Mincey, William Wike, Keith Maddox, Benny Harding, Jimmy Morris, Sammy Pulliam, Manager. SECOND ROW: Billy Dills, Troy Payne, John Brintnall, Carl Collins, Scotty Peterson, Jim Estes, Coach Norris Jones. LLOYD ARNEACH JOHN BRINTNALL WILLIAM WIKE SNAPSHOTS SENIOR DIRECTORY EDITH REBECCA ADAMS HOBBY: Annoying Teachers. AMBITION: To become a successful secretary. ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Officer 1,2,4; Future Teachers of America 4, Officer 4; FHA 1,2, Officer 2; Sci¬ ence Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; Majorette 4; 4-H Club 1; Student Council 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Float Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Square Dance Team 2; Debate Club 3. AZALEA ARKANSAS HOBBY: Music. AMBITION: To be a success in everything I undertake to do. ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3, 4; FHA 1,2; Dance Band 4; Future Teachers ers of America 4, Officer 4; French Club 4. LLOYD KNOWLES ARNEACH HOBBY: Guns, model planes, swimming. AM¬ BITION: To succeed in my chosen work. AC¬ TIVITIES: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Dance Band 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Annual Staff 4; Homeroom Officer 4; French Club 3,4. REBECCA SUE ARVEY HOBBY: Reading. AMBITION: To live a happy and succesfful life. ACTIVITIES: FHA 4; Sci¬ ence Club 4. GLADYS ESTHER BALES HOBBY: Talking. AMBITION: To be a worth¬ while person. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 3,4; Library Club 3,4; Library Staff 3,4; Science Club 4. LENLEY EDWARD BALLEW, JR. HOBBY: Driving and Girls. AMBITION: To be a success. ACTIVITIES: None. BRENDA FAYE BEASLEY HOBBY: Piano. AMBITION: Become a secre¬ tary. ACTIVITIES: Webster High School 1,2; Cheerleader 1; FHA 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2; 4-H Club p,2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Beta Club 2; Home¬ room Officer 4; Science Club 4; Library Club 4; Junior Homemaking Degree 3; Ridgerunner Staff 2. PERCIVAL ROBERT BENNETT, III HOBBY: Racing, hunting. AMBITION: To own a stock car racer. ACTIVITIES: Bus Driver’s Club; French Club 3,4. GRADIE LOUISE BLANKENSHIP HOBBY: Writing letters. AMBITION: To make someone a good wife. ACTIVITIES: Sylva High School 1,2,3; 4 -H Club 1,2,3; FHA 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Square Dance Team 3. PEGGY JEAN BLANTON HOBBY: Sports and writing letters. AMBITION: To attend Memorial Mission. ACTIVITIES: Folk Dance Club 3,4; FHA 3,4; 4-H Club 3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Science Club 4; Library Club 4, Officer 4; French Club 2; Cheerleader 4; Eureka Sr. High School 1,2. DOUGLAS McCREE BOWMAN HOBBY: Racing. AMBITION: To keep my li¬ cense. ACTIVITIES: Murphy High School 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Folk Dance Club 3, 4; Arts Club 1, 2; Monogram Club 3,4; FHA Beau 4; Superlative 4; Science Club 4. VELVA CABLE HOBBY: Playing the field. AMBITION: To have a happy and successful life. ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1,2, 3; FHA 1,2, 3,4, Officer 2; Class Officer 3; Marshal 3; Library Club 3,4, Of¬ ficer 3; Library Staff 3; Debate Club 3; Science Club 4; Homecoming Court 2; Halloween Court 3; Finance Committee 3; Student of the Month 2. FERRIS CHRISTOPHER BREEDLOVE HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To write a book. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 4; French Club 3,4; Science Club 4; FFA 1,2, 3,4, Officer 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Bus Driver ' s Club 4. LYMAN FLOYD BROWN HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To become an illustrator. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3,4; Band 3,4; Dance Band 4; Science Club 4; Future Teachers of America 4. FREDERICK EDGAR BRYSON HOBBY: Sports car racing. AMBITION: To be a sports car racing champion. ACTIVITIES: Marshal 1; Honor Society 3,4, Officer 4; WCC Field Day 2; Superlative 4; Library Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Co-Editor Swain Hi-Light 3, Editor 4; Editor ' s Roundtable 3,4; French Club 3,4, Officer 3; Homeroom Officer 4; Folk Dance Club 4. RACHEL NAOMI BURNETTE HOBBY: Playing piano. AMBITION: To be suc¬ cessful. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Office Prac¬ tice 3; FHA 4; Library Club 4; Science Club 4. BOBBIE FRANCES BURNS HOBBY: Laughing and having fun. AMBITION: To reach the West Coast and see the Pacific Ocean. ACTIVITIES: Band 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Library Club 4. 88 HELEN FRANCES BYRD HOBBY: Writing letters. AMBITION: To be happy throughout life. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 4; Library Club 4; 4-H Club 1,2, 4; Folk Dance Club 3, 4. SHIRLEY MARGARET BYRD HOBBY: Collecting postcards and cooking. AM¬ BITION: To become a dental assistant. AC¬ TIVITIES: Science Club 4; Library Club 4; Li¬ brary Staff 4. MARY VIVIAN CALHOUN HOBBY: Traveling and baking. AMBITION: To live a happy life. ACTIVITIES: FHA2.3; Science Club 4. BARBARA ANN CAMBY HOBBY: Having fun and baking. AMBITION: Be a nurse and live a successful life. ACTIVITIES: FHA 2,3, 4; 4-H Club 3,4; Science Club 4. DARREL CAMPBELL HOBBY: Things mechanical, electrical, and good-looking. AMBITION: Electrical or nuclear engineering. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3,4, Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Homeroom Officer 3; French Club 3,4; Bus Driver’s Club 4; FHA Beau 4; Class Officer 4; Float Committee 3,4. CLINT CAMERON CARSON, JR. HOBBY: Hunting and driving. AMBITION: Be an engineer. ACTIVITIES: Class Officer 1; Homeroom Officer 2,3; FHA Beau 4; Bus Driver ' s Club 3,4, Officer 4; Science Club 4; 4-H Club 3,4; French Club 3,4, Officer 3. AUSTIN JOEL CHAMBERS HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To make a million. ACTIVITIES: FFA1,2,3,4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Track 2,3; Science Club 4; Bus Driver ' s Club 4. DORIS GAIL CLARK HOBBY: Church work. AMBITION: To live worthy of respect. ACTIVITIES: Student Council President 4; FHA 2, 3,4, Officer 3; Marshal 3; 2nd Alternate State Parliamentarian FHA 3; Halloween Court 2; May Court 2; Homecoming Court 4; Student of the Month 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4; Class Officer 2; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Honor Society 3,4; WCC Field Day 3; Office Practice 4; French Club 3,4, Officer 3. HENRY CARL COLLINS, JR HOBBY: Outdoors and sports. AMBITION: Metallurgical Engineer. ACTIVITIES: Basket¬ ball 1,3,4; JV Basketball 2; Intramurals 2,3; French Club 3,4; Senior Float Committee. WILLIAM HARDY CRISP HOBBY; Hunting. AMBITION; To get ahead in life. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2, 3; Science Club 4; Folk Dance Club 4; 4-H Club 4. EDDIE JOHN CRISP HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To make a million. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2, 3; Track 2; Football 3; Science Club 4; Folk Dance Club 4; 4-H Club 4. BRENDA SUE CRISP HOBBY: Driving. AMBITION: To live happily and successfully. ACTIVITIES: FHA 1,2,3, 4; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Library Club 3, 4; Hal¬ loween Court 4; Science Club 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Float Committee 2,3,4; Library Staff 2,3. JANE ELIZABETH CRISP HOBBY: Drawing and collecting records. AM¬ BITION: To be a nurse. ACTIVITIES: Home¬ room Officer 2,3; FHA 2,3,4; Halloween Court 4; Band 1,2; Float Committee 4; French Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Science Club 4. POLLY ANN CROWDER HOBBY: Having a good time. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 4. CLIFFORD EUGENE CUNNINGHAM HOBBY: Model cars. AMBITION: Forest Ranger. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1; Band 4. JAMES DENNIS CUNNINGHAM HOBBY: Drawing. AMBITION: Commercial artist and illustrator. ACTIVITIES: Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4. ABSLON JARRETT DAVIS HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To have a successful life. ACTIVITIES: None. LARRY MARTIN DeHART HOBBY: Driving and mechanics. AMBITION: Pulp and paper technologist. ACTIVITIES: Band 2,3,4; Student Council 1; Debate Club 3; Class Officer 1,3; Superlative 4; FFA 1,2,4; FFA Public Speaking and Parliamentary Pro¬ cedure 3,4. RAYMOND DeHART HOBBY: Fisning and cars. AMBITION: To have along, successful life. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2, 3, 4; District Dairy Judging Team 3; Local Judg¬ ing Team 3; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3. ROY KENNETH DeHART HOBBY: Hotrods. AMBITION: Success. AC¬ TIVITIES: Football 2,3; Folk Dance Club 4; FFA 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2; Science Club 4. BILLY THOMAS DILLS HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: Journalist. AC¬ TIVITIES: FFA 1,2: French Club 3,4; Future Teachers of America 4; Basketball 4; Float Committee 4. JOYCE LEE DUGAN HOBBY: Writing letters. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: Class Officer 3; Homeroom Officer 2,3,4; French Club 4, Officer 4; FHA 3, 4; Folk Dance Club 4; May Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; Prom Committe 3; Float Committe 4; Junior Finance Committee 3; Super¬ lative 4. CHARLEY EARLENE DUNN HOBBY: Twirling and playing trumpet. AM¬ BITION: Lawyer. ACTIVITIES: Maroonettes 2, 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Marshal 2; Tri-M Club 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; French Club 3, 4; Folk Dance Club 3; Majorette 3,4; Drum Majorette 4; All- State Band 3; Cheerleader 4. DONALD EARLEY HOBBY: Hunting. AMBITION: Highway Patrol¬ man. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1; Track 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2. BETTY ANN ESTES HOBBY: Baton Twirling. AMBITION: Go to College. ACTIVITIES: Class Officer 1,2,3; Homeroom Officer 3; Student Council 1,2; Hal¬ loween Court 1,2; Homecoming Court 3,4; May Court 1,2,3, Maid of Honor 3; Superlative 4; Band 1,2,3, 4, Officer 3; Majorette 3, Head Majorette 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; Future Teachers of America 4. THOMAS SAMUEL FERGUSON HOBBY: Girls and cars. AMBITION: Stock Car Driver. ACTIVITIES: Blue Ridge School 1,2; Band 3,4; Variety Show 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Folk Dance Club 3, 4; Dance Band 4. PERBIE BRUCE FORTNER HOBBT: Girls, cars, sports and eating. AM¬ BITION: Be a successful executive, have plenty of money, and lots of beautiful women. AC¬ TIVITIES: FFA 1,2; French Club 3,4; Intramural Softball 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Science Club 4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Superlative 4; Future Teachers of America 4. HAROLD WILLIAM FOWLER HOBBY: Hunting. AMBITION: Electrical Engi¬ neer. ACTIVITIES: Class Officer 3,4; Student Council 3,4, Officer 4; Honor Society 3,4; French Club 3,4; Bus Driver’s Club 4, Officer 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Superlative 4; Intramural Soft- ball 2,3; Annual Staff 4. NANCY ELIZABETH GIBSON HOBBY; Driving. AMBITION: Phsical Therapist. ACTIVITIES- FHA 1,2,3; French Club 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Student Council 1, 4; Library Club 4; Superlative 4; Float Committee 4. JUDY EVELYN GRANT HOBBY: Driving and writing letters. AMBITION: To set a goal and achieve it. ACTIVITIES: Home¬ room Officer 1,2,3,4; Float Committee 1,2,3, 4; Library Club 4; FHA 1,2,3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Halloween Court 3, Maid of Honor 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2; Homecoming Court 4; May Court 3; FFA Sweetheart 4. LOIS MARIE GREENE HOBBY: Driving and writing letters. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Officer 2; Senior Float Committee 4; Li¬ brary Club 4; Office Practice 4; Homeroom Officer 4; Audio-Visual Projectionist ' s Club 4, Officer 4. MAE ANNE GREENE HOBBY: Writing letters. AMBITION: To have a successful and happy life. ACTIVITIES: FHA 1, 2,3,4, Officer 4; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 4- French Club 3, 4, Officer 4; Paper Staff 4; Future Teachers of America Club 4; Honor Society 4; Office Practice 4; Superlative 4; Senior Float Committee 4. MARY JO GREYER HOBBY: Playing drums, drawing. AMBITION: Major in art. ACTIVITIES: FHA 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Debate Club 3,4; French Club 3, 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Float Committee 3, 4; Library Club 1,2; Superlative 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3. 90 BOBBY KAY HALL HOBBY: Playing pool. AMBITION: To be a success in life and live in Florida. ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3, 4. CAROL JEAN HALL HOBBY: Collecting rocks. AMBITION: To be a good secretary. ACTIVITIES: Band 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3; FHA 4. JAMES EDWIN HAYES HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To succeed. ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Officer 1; 4-H Club 1,2; FFA 1,2, 3,4, Officer 3,4; Folk Dance Club 3; Bus Driver ' s Club 4. JUDY ANN HENDERSON HOBBY: Writing and receiving letters from Panama. AMBITION: To live a long and successful life. ACTIVITIES: Office Practice 4. CAROLYN RAE HENRY HOBBY: Getting people confused . AMBITION: To live on a South Pacific Island. ACTIVITIES: Waynesville High School 1,2,3; Debating Club 1,2,3; Library Club 2; FHA 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3; Band 4; Future Teachers of America Club 4; DAR Reading Contest 1; Folk Dance Club 4. BILLY GENE HOWELL HOBBY: Hunting and fishing and drag racing. AMBITION: To have a happy life, ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM CHASTINE JENKINS HOBBY: Girls, convertibles, sports, and eating. AMBITION: To have wealth, fame and glory along with a beautiful woman. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3; Folk Dance Club 3, 4; Science Club 3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; JV Basketball 1; Football 2,3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Junior Float Committee 3. THOMAS ALFRED JONES HOBBY: Hunting, fishing, and reading. AMBITION: To live a successfull life and be an electrical engineer. ACTIVITIES: Vice-President of Stu¬ dent Council 3; Honor Society 3,4, Officer 4; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Science Club 2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Debate Club 3; Marshal 2; WCC Field Day 1,2; Superlative 4. JOHNNY KYLE JENKINS HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To succeed in life. ACTIVITIES: Football and Basket¬ ball Manager 1,2; Folk Dance Club 3,4; 4-H Club 4. CHARLES RAY LANE HOBBY: Hunting, racing and swimming. AM ¬ BITION: To be a doctor. ACTIVITIES: Hills- bourgh High 1,2; Football 1,2; Swimming Team 1,2; French Club 1; " C " Club 1,2; Health Club 2; Delta Phi Delta Fraternity 1,2; Science Club 1,2, 3; Debate Club 3; Folk Dance Club 3,4. RUTH ANNE LINDSAY HOBBY: Reading. AMBITION: Secretary. AC¬ TIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 1,2, 3; FHA 4; French Club 3; Office Practice 4. PATSY GENEVA LOFTIS HOBBY: Collecting stuffed animals. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; FHA 2,3; Science Club 3,4. POLLY JANETTE LOFTIS HOBBY: Collecting stamps and stuffed animals. AMBITION: To make Bufford happy. ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Officer 1,4; FHA 2,3; Science Club 3, 4; Office Practice 4; Halloween Court 4. SHIRLEY ANN LOLLIS HOBBY: Watching TV and writing shorthand. AMBITION: To be an efficient secretary. AC¬ TIVITIES: Student Council 4; Office Practice 4. SANDRA JAYNE McCRACKEN HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: To be successful in all I undertake. ACTIVITIES: Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 4, Co-Editor; Honor Society 4; FHA 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4, Delegate to State Conven¬ tion 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Science Club 2,3; Library Club 4; Student Librarian 2; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3, 4, All-Con¬ ference 2,3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Folk Dance Club 4; Student Council 2,3, NCSCC 2; Home¬ coming Maid of Honor 2, Queen 4; French Club 3, 4, Officer 4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Superlative 4; Editor ' s Roundtable 4; WCC Field Day 3; Office Practice 4; Float Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 2,3. WILLIAM ALLISON MANESS HOBBY: Hunting, water skiing. AMBITION: To finish college. ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; FFA 3, 4; B us Driver ' s Club 3. PATSY GAYE MARR HOBBY: Reading. AMBITION: School teacher. ACTIVITIES: Halloween Court 2; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4. 91 CLYDE EUGENE MASON HOBBY: To have fun with one girl. AMBITION: To be a Highway Patrolman. ACTIVITIES: None. BERTHA MATHEWS HOBBY: Cooking and eating. AMBITION: To make the best of life. ACTIVITIES: FHA 3,4; Science Club 4; Student Librarian 4; Library Club 4. GWENDOLYN JEAN MEDFORD HOBBY: Music. AMBITION: To succeed in every¬ thing. ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2, 3,4; Dance Band 3,4; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Future Teachers of America 4; Basketball 1,4; 4-H Club 1. DOUGLAS ROGER MESSER HOBBY: Science, writing a letter to C - - every¬ day, and absorbing ginger ale. AMBITION: Electronics Engineer. ACTIVITIES: Science Fair 2; Band 2; Debate Club 3; French Club 3, 4. WILLIAM DORSEY MINCEY HOBBY: Working on cars and loafing. AMBITION: To be a stock car driver. ACTIVITIES: Football, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2, 3,4; Folk Dance Club 3,4. DEAN FATE MORGAN HOBBY: Hunting and reading. AMBITION: To be an engineer. ACTIVITIES: None. GLENDALE VEA MORGAN HOBBY: Reading. AMBITION: Be a successful secretary. ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Officer 4. DOROTHY ANN MORRIS HOBBY: Talking. AMBITION: Dental Hygienist. ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; FHA 1,2, 3.4, Officer 2, Delegate to State Convention 2; Honor Society 3,4, Officer 4; French Club 3, 4; Library Club 4, Officer 4; Library Staff 4; News¬ paper Staff 4, Assistant Editor 4; Editor ' s Round¬ table 4; Halloween Court 1; Float Committee 4. JAMES LOGAN MORRIS, III HOBBY: Crossing bridges and arguing with Mrs. Sneed. ' AMBITION: To own the world’s fastest dragster. ACTIVITIES: Riverside Military Acad¬ emy 1,2,3; Fusiler Drill Team 2,3; Coldr Guard 3; Horton Society 2,3; Science Club 4; Library Club 4; Debate Club 4; Superlative 4; Football 2, 3; Basketball 2,3; Term Honor Roll 1,2,3; Junior Honor Society 1; Homeroom Officer 4. FRED DALE PARRIS HOBBY: Hunting, fishing, and sports. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: FFA1.2; French Club 4; Student Council 4; Science Club 3,4; Folk Dance Club 4; Bus Driver ' s Club 4; Float Committee 4. TROY SANDERS PAYNE HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: To be a bachelor. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2, 3, 4, Officer 4; Football 1,3; Basketball 2,4; Science Club 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. CLARA SUE PHILLIPS HOBBY: Writing and receiving letters, and read¬ ing. AMBITION: To write a book. ACTIVITIES: FHA 1,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Science Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; Folk Dance Club 4; Honor Society 4; Halloween Queen 3; Homecoming Court 4; WCC Field Day 3; Future Teachers of America 4. WILMA SUE PILKINGTON HOBBY: Swimming and reading. AMBITION: To live a worthwhile life. ACTIVITIES: Library Club 4; Science Club 4; 4-H Club 3; FHA 2,3,4. CECILE ELIZABETH PLOTT HOBBY: Cooking and reading. AMBITION: Home Ec. Teacher. ACTIVITIES: Marshal 1; FHA 1,2, 3,4, Officer 2,3,4; FHA State Convention 2; French Club 3, 4, Officer 3; Folk Dance Club 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Editor ' s Roundtable 4; Superlative 4; Home¬ room Officer 4; Debate Club 3; World Peace Award 3 CLEO JANET PROCTOR HOBBY: Writing, receiving letters, and reading. AMBITION: To become a successful secretary. ACTIVITIES: FHA 4; Science Club 4; Library Club 4. RAYMOND EDWARD QUEEN HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: Travel to Mars. ACTIVITIES:_ FFA 1,2,3. BILLIE ELIZABETH REAGAN HOBBY: Collecting stuffed animals. AMBITION: To get married. ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; French Club 3, 4; Superlative 4; Halloween Court 1; Student Coun¬ cil 1,2; Homeroom Officer 2; FHA 1. 92 JOE DOUGLAS REVIS HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: Get through college. ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,3,4, Co -Captain 4; Track 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 1,2,3; Future Teachers of America 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4; Officer 4; Science Club 3,4; Home¬ room Officer 2,3,4; Debate Club 3,4, Officer 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4, Officer 4; French Club 3,4; Superlative 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. PEGGY COZETTE REVIS HOBBY; Cooking and reading. AMBITION: To lead a useful and worthwhile life. ACTIVITIES: FHA 1,2,3; Future Teachers of America 4; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Honor Society 4; French Club 3,4; Library Club 3,4; Student Librarian 4. PHILIP ALBERT RICKMAN HOBBY: Swimming. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3,4, 1st Lieu¬ tenant 3; Bus Driver ' s Club 3,4, Officer 3, 4; Science Club 4, Officer 4; Future Teachers of America 4; FHA Beau 4; French Club 3; Float Com¬ mittee 4. BARBARA ANN ROLAND HOBBY: Writing and receiving letters, making friends. AMBITION: To live a long and success¬ ful life with Leslie. ACTIVITIES: FHA 4; Future Teachers of America 4. RAYMOND LEROY RUMSEY HOBBY: Model airplanes. AMBITION: Get out of-high school. ACTIVITIES: Quincy High 1,2,3; FFA 1,2,3; Torch Honor Society 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2,3; Wrestling 3; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3. DWIGHT CARROLL SANDLIN HOBBY: Girls. AMBITION: Outlaw. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; Dramatics 3; Science Club 2; Clyde A. Erwin High 1,2,3. OSLEY BIRD SAUNOOKE, JR HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: To be a big wheel. ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 1,2,3, 4; Science Club 3,4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2,3; Class Officer 2; Debate Club 3,4; Superlative 4; French Club 3; Basketball 1; Student Council 2, 3; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. LINDA LEOLA SIBBETT HOBBY: Reading, babysitting. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: Hudson High 1,2; FHA 3; Library Staff 3; Science Club 1; Glee Club 1 , 2 . JOHN WILLIAM SIMONDS HOBBY: Reading and eating. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: FFA 1. SHIRLEY ANN SIMONDS HOBBY: Cooking and eating. AMBITION: To live a long and successful life. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,4. CATHERINE BERNICE SLAGLE HOBBY: Reading. AMBITION: Beautician. AC¬ TIVITIES: FHA 1; Homeroom Officer 1; Library Staff 1,3,4; Library Club 3,4; Annual Queen 4. CATHERINE MARIE STYLES HOBBY: Reading and sports. AMBITION: To be a successful teacher. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1, 2; FHA 2; Track 3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Debate Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Science Club 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Future Teachers of America 4; French Club 3. SONYA EDNA TRAWICK HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: To convert all Re¬ publicans to Democrats. ACTIVITIES: FHA 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,4, Co-Captain; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Officer 4; Future Teachers of America 4, Officer 4; Home¬ room Officer 2,3; Class Officer 2; Science Club 2, 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; Float Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Superlative 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. WILLIAM EDWARD WARREN HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: To become a diesel mechanic. ACTIVITIES: Track 1,2,3,4; Intra¬ murals 1; French Club 3; FFA 4. MAXINE CAROLYN WEBSTER HOBBY: Dancing, sports. AMBITION: To be a good P. E. teacher. ACTIVITIES: Track 2,3,4; Intramurals 2; French Club 3; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Future Teachers of America 4; Science Club 4; De¬ bate Club 4; Cheerleader Mascot 4. SARA ELIZABETH WELCH HOBBY: Getting into trouble. AMBITION: To be a success in life. ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Officer 1,3,4; Halloween Court 1; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; News¬ paper Staff 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Li¬ brary Club 3,4; Student Librarian 3; Basketball Manager 3; French Club 3,4; Folk Dance Club 3,4. DENNIS EDWARD WHITE HOBBY: Sports, especially football. AMBITION: Finish College. ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4,Officer 4; Science Club 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Track 1,2,3; Intramurals 2,3,4. CARL WIGGINS HOBBY: Driving and working on cars. AMBITION: Leave Bryson City and become an auto mechanic. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 4. DIXIE NELL WIGGINS HOBBY: Music and reading . AMBITION: To live wisely and be happy. ACTIVITIES: Student Coun¬ cil 2; Chief Marshal 3; WCC Field Day 3; French Club 3:4, Officer 4; Honor Society 4; Superlative 4; Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Homeroom Officer 4. REBECCA ANN WIGGINS HOBBY: Getting into messes. AMBITION: To live a life that will be pleasing to God. ACTIVITIES: Warwick High School 1,2; Student Council 4, Officer 4; FHA 3,4, Officer 4; Science Club 4, Officer 4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; 4-H Club 3,4; Future Busi¬ ness Leaders of America 4; Office Practice 4; Li¬ brary Club 3,4; Halloween Court 3, 4. WILL WIGGINS, JR. HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: Finish College. AC¬ TIVITIES: FFA 1,2,3,4; Future Teachers of America 4; Intramurals 3,4. WILLIAM PATTY WIKE HOBBY: Sports. AMBITION: To get married. ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3,4, Captain 4; Football 1,2,3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,4; Future Teachers of America 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Officer 4; Homeroom Officer 4; Class Officer 2; Science Club 3,4; Debate Club 3,4; Folk Dance Club 3,4; Superlative 4; French Club 3,4. JAMES HAROLD WILLIAMSON HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. AMBITION: Dieti¬ tian. ACTIVITIES: FFA 4. CAROLYN WILSON HOBBY: Music, riding in a little blue " Bug " AMBITION: To attain my goals set forth in life. ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Officer 4; Homecoming Court 1,2,3; Halloween Court 2; Student Li¬ brarian 1,3,4; Library Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Debate Club 4, Officer 4; May Court 2,3; Super¬ lative 4. NONNIVEE WOODARD HOBBY: Listening to radio, singing. AMBITION: To succeed in life. ACTIVITIES: Band 2, Science Club 4; Debate Club 4. NANCY ALLEAN YORK HOBBY: Collecting for my scrapbook. AMBITION: To live a successful life. ACTIVITIES: Canton High School 2; FHA 2; CYO 2; Chess Club 2; Alpha Tri-Hi 2; Debate Club 4; Science Club 4. 94 ADVERTISERS Home of Better Values ' BELK’S Bryson City, North Carolina BOUNDARY TREE TRIBAL ENTERPRISE Motor Court - Dining Room - Esso Service Snack Bar Owned and Operated by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Cherokee, North Carolina Two Miles North at the Boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Trans-Park Highway U.S. 441 Open All Year - Phone HY 7-2155 Recommended by Duncan Hines and AAA Opportunities In The Paper Industry The world cannot do without paper. Year after year new uses and devel¬ opments blend with the swelling world population to increase the demand for this useful commodity. Each and ev¬ ery American now uses over 400 pounds of paper per year. As the paper industry grows, itneeds the talents of a wide range of techni¬ cal and professionally trained people . Since paper manufacturing is a chem¬ ical AND mechanical industry, there are unlimited possibilities with The Mead Corporation, a 114 year old company, with 3 8 mills and plants extending over 14 states. With the presentation of these facts, we feel that there are unlimited op¬ portunities in the paper industry in engineering, accounting, chemistry, physics, business, and personnel ad¬ ministration . Get the Best! Get Sealte st! Sou te ffiavued " Where to Buy It " Sealte st Foods SOUTHERN DAIRIES DIVISION RUSS WHITESIDE, Manager CLOTHING STORE Bryson City, North Carolina VAN RAALTE COMPANY, INC. Hosiery Glove s Underwear " Because You Love Nice Things " NEIGHBOR’S DRIVE-IN and PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION MR. AND MRS. HOWARD BLACK, Owners and Operators " Where Friends Meet Friends " Bryson City, North Carolina " The Light Refreshment " PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Bryson City, North Carolina HUGHES SUPPLY COMPANY Building Materials Builders ' Hardware - Plywood Shingles - Roofing and Siding Complete Line of Electrical and Plumbing Supplies " From Foundation to Roof " Phone 6145 Bryson City, North Carolina BILL MARY MOODY RITE-WAY CLEANERS " We Are Never Satisfied Until You Are " Bryson City, North Carolina BRYSON CITY COAL LUMBER CO. Phone 3415 Bryson City, North Carolina MEDFORD MOTOR COMPANY Sales - Service 24-Hour Wrecking Service Auto Parts and Accessories Day Phone 4285 Night Phone 5 671 BRYSON CITY BANK Bryson City, North Carolina " For Women Who Like Nicer Things " Dresses - Lingerie - Hose - Accessories PEGGY JEANNE SHOP " Buy With Confidence - Wear With Pride " Bryson City, North Carolina Compliments of MOUNTAINEER MOTOR COURT U. S. 441 MR. AND MRS. ROBERT W. 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Paul Crisp, Sheriff Vincent Gasaway, Deputy Donald Cooper, Deputy Bryson City, North Carolina J. E. Breedlove, Deputy C. J. Beck, Deputy BROOKSIDE RESTAURANT ROPER’S GIFT SHOP Bryson City, North Carolina Bryson City, North Carolina CHIEF MOTEL " In the Heart of the Great Smoky Mountains " Phone HY 7-3701 On U. S. 19 THE ELEANOR ANN BEAUTY SHOP ALBERT AND AGATHA LAMBERT Owners and Operators Cherokee, North Carolina Bryson City, North Carolina ELA MOTOR COURT M. C. CLOSE’S HARDWARE Modern Units - Swimming Pool " When You Think of Hardware Think of M. C. Close ' s " Ela, North Carolina Bryson City, North Carolina AAA Approved LLOYD’S MOTOR COURT RESTAURANT Ela, North Carolina " If We Do Not Have a Room We Will Find You One " MIAGENE MOTOR COURT In the Great Smoky Mountains Bryson City, North Carolina JOHN D. NORTON Phone 9145 Cherokee, North Carolina 4 Miles West on U. 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