Tri City High School - Tricinoca Yearbook (Spray, NC)

 - Class of 1954

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Exodus XX:l2 . ...u f' n ' We Gather Together Frances Nooe Libby Trent THE TRICINUC VOLUME Two Editor: Frances Nooe Assistant Editor: Mary Hinternhoff any-N au, A Part of the Staff TRI-CITY HIGH SCHOO SPRAY, N. C. Business Manager: Libby Trent Assistant Business Manager: Ted Harrison FOREWORD Last year the Tricinoca Honored a number of citizens For their outstanding contributions to the furtherance Of education in this area. This year's hook Is fondly inscribed To our parents and to our families t'I'he true National Backhonel. 'l'hey have so gently prodded, S0 generously sacrificed. So lovingly tolerated our adolescent foihles. Thais our high school careers have been Wonderfully happy interludes. We are grateful. And we here present some scenes of our schooldays. We hope they reflect the true spirit With which we have sojourned here. and that They portend as happy a future as they make Of the past. OUR DAY We come to school, We crowd the halls, VVe hle mto ussemblv, .1-"'u We sing a song, We mix 21 brew, And see through glasses dimly We wait around 'Til three-fi fteen, And go home in u bunch. OUR DAY We hunt and peck, We cook and sew, We eat a little lunch 3 ln ggjnobi, BUS .Q-an.. MINI TR T IO "He is too experienced a parent ever to make positive promises." -Christopher Morley THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Left to Right: Mr. C. C. Campbell, Chairman, Mr. Melvin Moore, Mr. Harry Davis, Mr. John M. Hough, Mr. Allan Hancock, Mr. Homer Wright, Jr., Mrs. J. H. LaMar. LMr. John Geer is also a member of the boardl. Thr' IjI'I'H,l'f1lllI Mr. ll. M. Tomberlin Thr' SH1N'I'I'fHOI' Mr. Russell Byrd sl Sf Q ' , , g ADMINISTRATION 7'l1w Suyzrrinfrmlwll Mr. John M. Hough fm fi!! TRAINING AND TR CTIO ? T "Om Ifalther is mf than il hun drvrl sc-Imol mas lvrw " Gl'0I'5.1'0 llvrlwrt F A C U L T Y FACULTY ENGLISH Left to Right: Mrs. Julia Ivie Mr Thomas Teer Mr. Fred Soles Miss Faye Roberts Mr. Henry Richards Mrs. Dorothy Yount MATHEMATICS Seated: Mr. William Fulcher Mrs. Sarah G. Dininny Standing: Mr. Mott Price Mr. V. F. Morgan SOCIAL STUDIES Left to Right: Miss Lois Sumnicht Mr. Mott Price Mrs. Sarah Ferguson Mr. J. C. Honeycutt Mr. Ray Rhodes FACULTY LANGUAGES Spanish : Mrs. Dorothy Yount French, Latin: Miss Ellen French BUSINESS Seated: Miss Amy Buckner Standing: Miss Dorothy Norris Mr. Odell Nassar NATURAL SCIENCE Left to Right: Mr. William Fulcher Mrs. Louise Shumate Mr. V. F. Morgan FACULTY MUSIC Mr. Forrest Ray VOCATIONAL SCHOOI Mr. Homer Vernon Principal Mrs. H. M. Tomberhn Secretary VOCATIONAI. TEACHFRQ Mr Mr. Mr Mr A. W. Martin Gordon Siler Homer Vernon Henry Rahn FACULTY HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Pauline Hoover GUIDANCE AND DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION: Mrs. Minnie Hinternhoff LIBRARY Mrs. Jennie Laurens SECRETARY Mrs. Evelyn Banks 'F'- STAFF S CAFETERIA Mrs. B. B. Dunn DIETICIAN Miss Norma York AUDITOR Mr. H. M. Bowling COACHES Mr. J. E. Honeycutt Mr. Fred Soles Mr. Mott Price Mr. Ray Rhodes STAFF S THE OFFICE ASSISTA NTS THE LIBRARY ASSISTANTS fkfglgxgg uw 0 049305 'rflwl THE BUS DRIVERS m..wA.mfmaww mn: ST AF FS THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE Miss Edith Barrow Miss Beth' Cooper ALL OVER THE LOT The Quiet Hom- Mr. Rzlhn Draws A Read Qops! Swing Your Partner! 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I I 'x r ,1 Furl .Inv Tym-r Rulph O'Nunl Vkfzrlku .Ianm-N Qilrthm Wright 6' We know that all men are created equal. hut we have chosen these as having gained considerable ground in certain spheres. Htxl'lDl'l'l Lewis Barbara IJSMHI' Kenneth Patterson Kenneth MCCl'2lN' Nancy Hue: Most Musicrrl Most Dependable Most Artistic Most Athletic Rest Dress Best Citizen ., S ' a 3 1 J ,, , . . BE T FOUT F ORWORD Q 3 2 Y Q51 mn 1 wk 2, ERR wk gt wk? Q:Q.M-ww v m lv 1? yn v 4 H M 6 , 044 1 x f N1 x 5TKf31i5' xiiwx 2 gy ph -ti fx . 5 af, ,gi x as 2. 2 Ls' ' , ,ff A , . 1. It ,... W 1 'V 4 ,. .-:. 1 ? J Mig, ya, I r 2 1 QQ HM . ,: M - .21 Jimmy Wright Kay Shelton James Stephens Merlin Hopkins Hcmdsrmzcsr Most Considerate Most Studious Bcst All Round Most Dependable Shirlvy Cox Julia Brooks Norma Jones Judy Golden Hnlnlny Eclwzul B081 Num,-Pd M031 popular MUS! Athlgtjc Most Artistic Gzrl Mus! f,I'flYH1lIIf' Bos! Pvrsmmlily ' x s 1 iw! E f 5 f , mnu - u -qw naman-W WM-W - 1 .. . Mr . 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GET THAT PUNKIN BOYS g-msn euoowg sur 1 wg sruoaso Aeour IT wwe Aummc OTHER BANK!-'m Tl-IFV f:.n1' no nun um r snr.-n Q 1- rr un IOR DIRECTORY TONY L E ADAMS Me. 5-4772 4Mr. Claude Adams and Mrs. Pearl Moore Adamsj 200 Vvest South Avenue, Draper, North Carolina CHARLES DEWEY ADIINS 1747-W tMrs. Mary Oakley Adkinsl Route 2, Box 46 AA, Leaksville, North Carolina Concentrated Study Club 13 Vice-President Homeroom 23 Intramural Softball 23 Annual Staff 3. 43 English Club 33 Photo Club 43 Fu- ture Teachers of America 43 Library Asst. 43 Newspaper Club 4. EDMOND JAMES ADKINS, JR. Glimmyj 965-M fMr. Ed. J. Adkins and Mrs. Velma Collins Adkins! Box 425, Leaksville, North Carolina Folk Dance Club 13 Study Club 23 Intramural Softball 23 English Club 33 Homeroom Vice- President 33 Youth Family Life Council 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Bus Driver 3, 43 Public Speaking 43 Newspaper Club 43 Debate 4. FRANK EDWIN ADKINS tEggJ 1163--T tMr. Frank Adkins and Mrs. Kathryn Spencer Adkinsj . 327 Bridge Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Honor Society 43 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers Club 4, President 43 Varsity Club 1, 2, 4: Annual Staff 3, 43 Stu- dent Council 1. 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Boys' State 33 Treasurer Foreign Language Club 43 I-li-Y 1, 2, Secretary-'l'reasurer 13 Sports Edltor Newspaper Staff 23 Boys' Athletic Association 3. 43 Youth Family Life Council 2, 3, 43 Photo Club 4. WILPRED LEE AHERON 776 fMr. Dan Aheron and Mrs. Bertha Dan Aheronl 356 Clifton Street Hobby Club 13 Vocational School 2, 33 English Club 33 D. O. Club 43 Hi-Y 2, 3. SYLVIA JEAN ALMOND 9-M tMr. Eugene Almond and Mrs. Almond Mabel 3 Morgan Street, Spray, North Carolina Future Homemakers of America 13 Supervis- ed Study 2, 3. 43 English Club 2. 3: Driving Education 33 Dlstrlbutive Education Club I 43 Dlstrlbutlve Education Club II 4. TYNER RAY ARTHUR 394-M 1Mrs. W. J. Arthur! . 604 Morgan Street. Spray, North Carolina Hi-Y l: Glee Club 4. ALG R BOYCE BAKER, JR. 1275 tMr. A. B. Baker and Mrs. Hallie Washburn Baker! 501 Ellett Avenue. Leaksville, North Carolina 4-l-I Club 13 Folk Dancing Club 23 Hi-Y 23 Study Club 3. 43 Bus Driver 2, 3, 43 Vocation- al School 2. 3, 4. W BOBBY WILSON BAILEY tBob1 622-W 4'Mrs. Pauline McGee Bailevl I 610 Byrd Avenue, Leaksville, North Carolina Science Club 13 Boys' Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 English Club 33 Basketball 3: Baseball 4. CLIFTON BEVERLY BARHAM, JR. tPeto1 1238-M tMr. C. B. Barham and Mrs. Hazel Lovell Barhamj Stoneville Road, Leaksville, North Carolina Football 3, 43 Baseball 3. 4, Varsity Club 1, 3. 4: Science Club 13 Annual Staff 4: I-Il-Y 1, 23 English Club 3. FRANKLIN BENJAMIN BARROW lfrnnkiol 4Mr. Benjamin F. Barrow and Mrs. Maude Hoskin Barrowl 200 South High Street, Draper, North Carolina Basketball 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1: Softball Team 13 Vocational School 23 Football 33 English Club 33 Photo Club 43 Newspaper Club 43 Home- room Devotion Chairman 4. BUCK K. EARROW Me. 53453 fMr. Harry Barrow and Mrs. Maybud Barrow! 413 Front Street, Draper, North Carolina Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Monogram 1, 23 Varsity Club 3, 43 Photo Club 43 Basketball Manager 3. 43 Glee Club 1, 4: Baseball 4. JAMES BARTON Gfimmyj 816-J' tMrs. Spencer Atley Bartonl 414 Oak Avenue. Leaksville, North Carolina Class Vice-President 1: Science Club 1: Voca- tional School 23 Folk Dance Club 1, 23 D. E. 3, 4, Assgzciated President 3: President of Home- room . GERALD WAYNE BATEMAN Gerry! Mo. 5-3063 tMrs. Bertha Balilies Batemanj 406 Carolina Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Football 2, 33 Hi-Y 1. BOBBY H. EIEEY 1066-M 1Mrs. Mattie Bibeyb 518 Bridge Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Homeroom President 2, 33 Student Council 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, Vice- President 3. SHELVIE BORD N troodlej 457-W tMrs. Emma Kallam Bordenl 562 Aiken Road. Spray, North Carolina F.H.A. 1, 23 Career Club 13 Folk Dancing 1, 23 Intramural Softball 23 English Club 33 Photo Club 43 Library Club 43 Library Assis- tiant 43 Foreign Language Club 43 Trl-Hi-Y 3, ANN BOULDIN 924-J' tMr. Dennis Bouldin and Mrs. Hazel NVright Bouldinj Klyce Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Career Club Preslden 13 Student Council 1, 23 Girls' Athletic Association Secretary 23 Dramatic-s Club 43 Folk Dance Club 1, 23 Tri- Hi-Y 1, 23 English Club Secretary 33 Home- room President 23 Intramural Basketball and Softball 1. 2. JULIA ANN BROOKS 734-J' !Mrs. Sadie Young Brooksy Virginia Avenue, Spray, North Carolina Cheerleader 1. 2, 3, 4, Chief 43 Basketball 23 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Marshall 33 Student Council 43 Photo Club 4: Annual Staff 3, 4, Circula- tion Manager 4: Newspaper Work 43 Dramatlcs Club 43 Office Assistant 2, 43 T.C.H. Club 4: Co-Chairman Junior-Senior Decorations Com- mittee 33 English Club 33 Intramural Basket- ball, Softball. and Volley Ball 2, Basketball 33 Folk Dance Club 1, 23 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 1, 23 Miss Leaksville High 1950-513 Most Popular, Best Personality. RONNIE LEWIS BUCKNER 385-J tMr. Elvin Lewis Buckner and Mrs. Hattie Mae Alley Bucknerl 117 South Patrick Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Folk Dance 'Club 1, 33 D. O. Club 4. NANCY ANN CARTER KFIOIIIO, CMr. Gent Carter and Mrs. Gracie Wray Carter? Price Road, Box 206 4-H Club 1, 23 Folk Dance Club 1, 23 F.H.A. Club 2: Career Club 23 Study Club 3, 43 Eng- lish Club 33 Driver Training 4. VIRG-IL CALVIN CHAMBERS 'l'.e.54463 tMr. Carlton Chambers and Mrs. Ruth Cassell Chambers! 417 South Merriman Street, Draper, North Carolina gibrary Assistant 23 English Club 33 Photo lub 4. ESTELLE MARIE CIANEY Gludyy 1.157-J fMr. Lumas A. Chaney and Mrs. Ollie Nichols Chaney! 41 Circle Drive. Carolina Hts., Spray. North Carolina F.H.A. 1, 23 English Club 3: Glee Club 4: Su- pervised Study 3. MARTNA NADINE CLARK 1838-R tMr. Elvie Grey Clark and Mrs. Bessie Gauldin Clark! I Route 2, Leaksville, North Carolina F.H.A. 1, 2. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: Library Assistant 2: Youth Family Life Council 2: Amerlcanlsm tVVinnerl 1, 23 Medir-al Essay rWlnnerl 33 Eng- lish Club 33 Debating 3, 43 National Honor So- ciety 43 Public Speaking 43 T.C.H. Club 43 Dra- rratics 33 Foreign Language Club 43 Future Teachers Club 43 Most Studlous. ROMA IIARDEN CLARK tMr. John Vvalter Harden and Mrs. Bonnie Lucille Willard Harden! 109 Short Spring Street, Spray, North Carolina Tri-Hi-Y 13 F.H.A. 1, 23 Foreign Language 4. BIBA DARE COCHRAN 670-.T fMr. John Ray Cochran and Mrs. Lella Handy Cochranj 5 E. Early Avenue. P. O. Box 305, Spray, North Carolina Journalism Club 13 Folk Dancing Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. of Board 3, and Sec.-Treas. of Board 43 Dramatlcs Club 3, 43 T.C.H. Club 43 Driver Training 33 President Homeroom 1: English Club 3. E IOR DIRECTORY PATTY DEAR COCKBAH fMr. Dean P. Cockram and Mrs. Vergla Roberson Cockranij NVQ-st Clarkway, Spray, North Carolina. Folk Dance 1, 2: F.H.A. 2: D. E. .Club 3: Eng- lish Club 3: Good Health Club qi: D. E. Sec- retary I: Study Club 4. LORETTA ANR COOK 1000110 364-I tMr. Walter N. Cook and Mrs. Irene Robertson Cookj Washburn Avenue, Spray. North Carolina Glee Club 4: F.H.A. 1: Foreign Language Club 4: Annual Staff 4: Music Club 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, Captain, Softball 2, 3: Folk Dancing 1, 2: Business Education Club 2: Volley Ball 1: In- tramural Basketball 1, 2: Dramatics Club 1. LEONARD WILLIAM COVINGTON 113-R tMrs. Christine Bibee Covlngtonl 501 Greenwood Street, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Science Club 1: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Home- room Treasurer 1: Hi-Y 1, 2: Vocational School 2, 4: D. E. Club 3: English Club 2, 3: Bus Driv- er 4: Study Hall 2 4: 4-H Club 1: Hobby Club 1. PERCY RAY COX 1228-I tMr. Percy Cox and Mrs. Erna 'Campbell Coxj 501 Moir Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Mono- gram Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, Pres- idcnt 3: .Iunlor Marshall 3: Captain of Foot- ball team 4: President of Varsity Club 4: Best Natured: Most Considerate. SHIRLEY ANN COX 5734 t'l'he late Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Coxl G03 Bryant Street. Leaksville, North Carolina F.H..i. 1. 2, 3, 4, Parllamentarian 3, Secretary 4: Homeroom President 2: Homeroom Secre- tary 4: Class Treasurer 2: Student Council 2: Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Family Life Council 2: Best Natured. SAUNDRA ELIZABETH CRADDOCI tMP. Floyd J. Crarlrlock and Mrs. Oakey Belton Craddockl N03 Walnut Street, Leaksville, North Carolina National Honor Society 3, 4: Clarion Staff, Associate Editor 3, Co-Editor 4: Student Coun- cll 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Youth Family Life Council 2. Vice-President 3, Pres- ident 4: Library Assistant 3: Office Assistant 4: Public Speaking 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 1, 3. 4: Journalism Club President 2: Career Club 1: English Club Officer 3: Most Dramatic: Debating 4. EBOGENE CROWDER 1738-J tMr. J. Henrv Crowder, Jr, and Mrs. Josie Covartl Crowderl Route 2, Rox 63 A, Leaksville, North Carolina. Career Club 1: English Club 3: Supervised Study 1, 3: D. E. Club 3, 4: El-l.A, 2: Home- room Treasurer 1. HIT!! PRUITT DEAN' tK1cklej Ke. 5-53934 fMr. Tom Pruitt and Mrs. Lena Thacker Prulttl 21-l 1Vest Ridge Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 2, 3, 4. BETTY -TEAR DENNY 1063-J tlllrs. May Thornton Talleyl 229 College Street, Leaksville, North Carolina. Girls Aiiletic Association 2: Dramatlcs Club 4: Folk Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Office Assistant 3: English Club 3: Intramural Basketball 1: In- tramural Softball 1. JOHN CARVIL DUKE 602-I fMr. Fred T. Duke and Mrs. Catherine Edwards Dukel 334 Moir Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Hobby Club 1: Folk Dance Club 2: English Club 3: Study Club 3: D. E. Club 4, President 4: Student Council 4: Study Club 4. JUNIOR LEE DUNN' 4-Tllniorj ' tMr. .I. YV. Dunn and Mrs. Edith Cochran Dunn! 30 Flynn Street, Spray, North Carolina Hobby Club President 1: Vocational School 2. 3: English Club 3: D. O. Club Secretary-Treas- urer 4: Concentrated Study Club 2. FRANCES J ANETTE EID NS tMrs. Flora Boyd Edensl 319 High Street, Draper, North Carolina Class President 1: Basketball 2. 4: Glee Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y President 2: Class Secretary 3: Marshall 3: Secretary Foreign Language Club 4: Girls' Athletic Association 3: Vice-President English Club 3: Intramural Basketball 1: Homerooin Treasurer 4. ROBERT LEE EDWARD! tlobbyl 668-W tMr. William L. Edwards and Mrs. Lavra McCollum Edwardsj 113 South Patrick Street, Leaksvllle, North Carolina. Folk Dance 1, 2: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Club Reporter 1, 2: Business Education Club 2: Debating 2, 3, Winner 4: Art Club 1: English Club 3, 4: Tennis 3: Youth Family Life Council 4: Junior Chamber of Commerce Winner 3: Music Club President 4: Public Speaking 4: Glee Club 1, 4: T.C.H. Club 4: Most Dramatic. ELAINE FAIR 956-R tMr. Homer I. Faln, Sr. and Mrs. Carrie Biggs Fainl 76 Central Avenue, Leaksville, North Carolina Hobby Club 1: Future Teachers of America 4: English Club 3. JAIES RUSSELL PARKER, -TR. 1-Tim! tMr. James R. Farmer and Mrs. Clara Vestal Farmer! 83 Church Street, Spray. North Carolina Honor Society 3, 4: Future Teachers of Amer- ica 4: Tricinoca Staff 3, 4, Advertising Mana.- ger 4: English Club President 3: Radio and Draniatics 1, 2, Vice-President 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Concentrated Study Club 4: Bus Driver 4. BARBARA um' rut!! 803-I rMr, Elwood Fayne and Mrs. Gladys Martin Faynej Harrv Akers Street, Spray, North Carolina Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom 1: Secretary- Treasurer Freshman Class 1: Tri-Hi-Y 1: Vice- President Trl-Hi-Y 2: Intramural Basketball 1: Monogram Club 1, 2: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Eng- lish Club Secretary 3: Annual Staff 3, Art Committee Annual Staff 4: Foreign Language Club 4: Folk Dancing 1, 2: Girls' Athletic As- sociation 3: Supervised Study 1. PAYE HIRITA PLIIOEUK 1738-J 4'Mr. Troy N. Fllnchum and Mrs. Erma Pulliam Fllnchuml 'Route 3. Rldgewav, Virginia Folk Dance Club l. 2: Girls' Athletic .Associa- tion 1. 2: Library Assistant 4: Supervised Study 4. KENNETH WAYNE PODDRILL 20-R fMr. John H. Foddrell and Mrs. Margaret Brame Foddrelll 605 Maple Street. Leaksville, North Carolina Art Club 1: Studv Club 2. 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Tennis 3. 4: English Club 2. 3: Boys' Ath- letic Association 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 2: Folk Dance 1. DOROTHY RICHARDSON POWLER 1DotJ 359-W 1Mr. Lonnie W. Fowler and Mrs. Bernice Richardson Fowlerj T106 Oakland Heights. Leaksville. North Carolina. F.l-LA. 1: Folk Dance 1. 2: Journalism Club 1: Dramatics Club 2: Muslc Club 4: Foreign Language Club 4: Driver Training 4: Annual Staff' 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Librarian 4. JAMES FRANK FRAZIER fllllllol Ka. 5-3738 lMr. G. E. Frazier and Mrs. Ethel Cook Frazier! 426 Virginia Avenue. Draper, North Carolina' Homeroom President 1:,I-lomeroom President 2: English Club 3: Driver Tralhlnlr 32 TT- E- Cluh 4. HELVIN JACKSON FULLER tMr. Andrew Jackson Fuller and Mrs. Bessie Heandon Fullerj Box 193, Field:-rest Road, Draper, North Carolina KARY ETTA GILBERT le. 5-3413 fMr. Samuel Vvm. Gilbert and Mrs. Pernelle Motley Gllbertl 409 Front Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Home-room President 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Homeroom Secretary 4: Honor Scolety 4: Foreign Language Club 4: English Club 3: Youth Family Life Council 2: Folk Dancing Club 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1. 2: Super- vised Study 1. TEOIA8 IRVIII' GILLEY flfoml HO. 5-3734 fMr. Earley Gllley and Mrs. Elizabeth Earles Gilleyl 434 Virginia Avenue Band 1: English Club 3: Driver Training 3: D. E. Club 4. JACQUELIEE RAY GILLEY flask, -Tlokhl lMr. Tober Gllley and Mrs.. Susie A. Keaton Gilleyl 524 W'arren Avenue, Spray, North Carolina Folk Dance Club 1. SENIOR DIRECTORY NANNID HAD GILLPY tTootlie! fMr. Dock Gilley and Mrs. Ester Coy Gilley! Draper Road, Spray, North Carolina Glee Club 2: D. E. Club 4: F.H.A. 1: English Club 3. -TUDITH DLLEN G-OLDIN Und!! 44 tMr. Stuart L. Golden and Mrs. Hilda Fagg Golden! 204 Monroe Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4: Journalism Club 2: News- paper Staff 3, 4: Business Manager of Clarion 4: Muslc Club 2, 3: Public Speaking 3, 4: De- bating 3, 4: Honor Society 4: T.C.H. Club 4: Office Assistant 4: Future Teachers of Amer- ica 4: Youth Family Llfe Council 3, 4: Most Artistic. JOAN GHAY 538-ll tMr. Tony Gray and Mrs.. Ora Montgomery Gray! 508 Cherry Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Art Club 1: Folk Dance 2: Photo :Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN WAYN GHIPPIN fMr. Havel Griffin and Mrs. Ester Suthen Griffin! Meadow Road. Draper, North Carolina Football 4: English Club 3: President Machine Shop 4: Supervised Study 4. JOAN KAHIP GHIGGS 364-I 1Mr. Jesse W. Griggs and Mrs. Avery DeHart Griggs! 127 VVashburn Avenue, Spray, North Carolina Secretary Homeroom 1: Dramatics 2, 3: Li- brary Assistant 4: Journalism 1: Secreary Photo Club 4: Secretary English Club 3: Fu- surie Teachers of America Club 4: Annual Staff GAYNDLLB TAYLOR HALL Kiley! 692-J' tMr. Marvin Edwin Taylor and Mrs. Shirley Rorrer Taylor! 813 Early Avenue, Leaksvllle. North Carolina Band 1, 2 3, 4: Folk Dancing Club 1, 2: T.C.H. Club 3: English Club 3. LEWIS DAVID HALL Ho. 5-3551 lMr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Hall! Box 126, 534 Front Street Draper, North Carolina HITA JAY HALL tlllly! 1751-J fMr. Charlie G. Hall and Mrs. lnez Moseley Hall! Route 1, Box 240, Stoneville, North Carolina Basketball 1, 2: Cheerleader 1, 2: Student Coun- cil 1. 2: Newspaper Staff 1: Annual Staff 1, 2, 3: Library Club 1: F.H.A. 1, 2, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Public Speaking 1: Dramatics 3: Foreign Language Club 4: English Club 3. VIRGINIA ALICE HANDY He. 5-4901 rMrs. Lorene Handy Finney! 203 Vtfest Virginia Avenue, Draper, North Carolina English Club 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: F.'l'.A. Club 4: Photo Club 4. SHIRLEY HAI HANHIN! Ulheryle! He. 5-3012 1Mr. Orion Hankins and Mrs. Hazel Craig Hankins! 504 W. Ridge Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1: Trl-Hi-Y 1: Activities Club 2: English Club 3: Driver Training Club 3: Folk Dancing Club 3: D. E. Club 4: Health Club 4. BOBBY BAY HAH!!! Ho. 5-5232 fMr. A. R. Harris and Mrs. Clara Murphy Harris! 410 West Carolina Avenue, Draper, North Carolina D. O. Club 4: English Club 3. THOMAS GUIHHANT HARRIS t'I'ommy! 437-H rMr. Francis N. Harris and Mrs. Elizabeth Vvarlner Harris! 209 South Hamilton Street, Leaksville, N. C. Student Council 1, 2, 4: Treasurer of Class 1: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 1, 2, 3: Home- room President 1: President of Class 2, 3: Youth Family Life Council 2, 4: Attended Boys' State 3: Tennis 3: Vice-President English Club 3: Varsity Club 3, 4: Boys' Athletic Associa- tion 3: Newspaper and Annual Staff 4: Honor Society 4: President of Class 4: Best Dressed. BPULAH HAWHIN9 407-W 1Mr. George A. Hawkins and Mrs. Myrtle Harris Hawkins! 405 Chesnut Street, Spray, North Carolina Homeroom Secretary 1: Homeroom Vice-Pres- ident 3: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Secretary 4: Honor Society 4. SHIHLSY ANN HILL 901-J tMr. J. W. Kingsbury and Mrs. Kathleen Peeler Kingsbury! 300 Primitive Street, Leaksville, North Carolina D. E. Club 4: Curry High School 2, 3, Greens- 3?rg:1CeE1tral High School 1, Greensboro: Glee u , . JOHN W. HODGES 309-J fMr. Charlie Hodges and Mrs. Essle Ellington Hodges! 319 First Street, Oakland Heights Leaksville, North Carolina Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 3, 4: Folk Dance 1, 2: Annual Staff 3: Boys' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4. PAYE ELIZABETH HOLLAND tfloll! 1167-W 4Mr. G. VV. Holland and Mrs. Madlyn Jefferson Holland! 315 Oakland Heights, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Cheerleader 4: Annual Start 3: Dramatics Club 4: Office Assistant 3, 4: F.H.A. 1: Marshall 3: Photo Club 4: Folk Dance Club 2: T.C.H. Club 4: English Club 3: Business Education Club 2, Journalism Club 1: Secretary of Youth Fam- ily Council 4: Prettiest. PAYE SBAHCY HOPHIN! HO. 5-4442 fMr. Joe Searcy and Mrs. Annie Pruitt Searcy! all South Merriman Street, Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. GRACIB ANNBTTB HOPHINS Ho. 5-4302 fMr. Raymond Hopkins and Mrs. Edna Dodson Hopkins! 144 South Lake Street, Draper, North Carolina F.H.A. 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Tri-H1-Y 2: Home- room President 3: Homeroom Vice-President 1: Honor Society 4: Youth Family Life Coun- i'1lH2i ll:riZer's Training 4: Intramural Basket- ma , .., . HEHITA ANN HOPKINS Qlita! lMr. Charlie Hopkins and Mrs. Ethel Hylton Hopkins! Box 695, Draper, North Carolina Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 2: Glee Club 1. 2: Monogram Club 1, 2: student Council 1, 2. 4: Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class: Varsity Club 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: F.H.A. Vice-President 3, President 4: Foreign Lang- uage Club Vice-President 4: Treasurer Senior Class: Girls' Athletic Association 3: Best All Round. KBNNBTIEH HAY HOUOHIN8 KTootli.o! 3104 4Mrs. Allie Matthews Houchlns! 317 Glovenia Street. Leaksville, North Carolina President Homeroom 1: Science Club 1: Foot- ball 1, 2: Baseball 3, 4: Boys' Athletic Asso- ciation 1. 2. 3, 4: English Club 3: Monogram Club 1, 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: Sports Reporter 4: Future Teachers Club 4: Intramural Base- ball and Basketball 1, 2: Music Club 3. PLOHIZTTA HOWILL 4Mrs. Poca Light Howell ! Route 1, Box 17, Cascade, Virginia Folk Dancing 1, 2: Supervised Study 3, 4: English Club 3. PHILIP WARREN HOWELL 940-J tMrs. Marlon Adkins Howell! 75 Prospect Avenue, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Science Club 1: D. E. Club 3: D. O. Club 4. NITA HOSLYN HOWILL tlol! lo. 5-6753 tMr. Harry D. Howell and Mrs. Carrie Johnston Howell! 213 West Meadow Road, Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2, 4. JACQU LINE HOWLITT tMr. James T. Howlett and Mrs. Victoria Stoneman Howlett! High Street, Ext.. Route 1 Draper, North Carolina F.H.A. 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1: English Club 3: F.T.A. 4: Foreign Language Club 4: Supervised Study 3. BBN-'IAHIN KIHIAH HUP! flu!! 788-H lMr. Minoe M. Huff and Mrs. Evelyn King Huff! 304 Martin Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Folk Dancing Club 1, 2: Dra- matics Club 1, 2: T.C.H. Club 4: Future Teach- ers of America 4: Foreign Language Club 4: English Club 3: Driver Training 3: Business Education Club 2. SENIOR DIRECTORY EILIO DOUGLAS EUEDI-E! tfltol 933-W tMr. Jesse James Hundley and Mrs. Rivers Holt Hundleyl Rox 102, Leaksville, North Carolina Sophomore 2, Vocational. JACKIE EA! EUEDLE! 4702 4Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hundley, Guardian: 405 South Fieldcrest, Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1: I-li-Y 1, 2, 4: Bus Driver 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Junior Marshall 3: English Club 3: Dramatics Club 4: President Foreign Language Club 4: Folk Dancing 1, 2: Supervised Study 2, 3: Photo Club 4: Student Council 4: Wittlest. EEITE EAEDALI. BUNDLE! Ulluffyj 1068-W tMr. Otis Hundley and Mrs. Glrtha Hundleyl 701 Molr Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Study Club 1: Football 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Homeroom President 2: Boys' Athletic Association 2: President Junior Class 3: Jun- ior Marshall 3: Annual Staff 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: President 4: Newspaper Staff 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Parllamentarian 4: Basketball Manager 4: Best All Round: Best Personality. IILDEED AEE' .TAEEEIQL 185-W tMrs. Annie Mae Patterson Jarrelll 220 Boone Road, Leaksville, North Carolina Career Club 1: Folk Dance 2, 3: Photo Club 4: Glee Club 2: English Club 3. CECIL DAVID JEIPBIIS 1745-I tMr. Thomas Jeffries and Mrs. Minnie Ratlift Jeffries! Rt. 1, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Science Club 1, 2: Folk Dancing 1, 2: Super- vised Study 1, 2, 3: English Club Vlce-Presl- dent 3: Photo Club 4: Journalism 4. DUDE! JOEII IMI. 5-3R18 qMr. Jesse L. Jones and Mrs. Fuchsia E. Calahan Jonesl Rt. 1, Draper, North Carolina Monogram Club 1, 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Basketball Mana- ger 2: Glee Club 1, 2: English Club 3. EOEKA JONES fslllyf 1813-I 1Mr. Charlie E. Thompson and Mrs Gracie Seal Thompson: Rt. 2, Box 107, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Folk Dancing 1: Monogram 1, 2, 3: Varsity Club 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer Home- room 2: Girls' Athletic Association 2: English Club 3: President Homeroom 4: Library As- sistant 2, 3: Most Athletic. PATRICIA. JO! JOEEB QPR, Ifllll, 1191-J 1Mr. D, Ross Jones and Mrs. Martha Suttlifr Jones! 307 Hodges Street, Spray, North Carolina F.H.A. 1: Glee Club 1: Basketball 2, 3: Mono- gram Club 3. EET!! PBAICII JOYCE O53-I' 4Mr. Thomas Joyce and Mrs. Grace Fulp Joyce! Business Education Club 2: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Bible Club 1: Career Club 1, Secretary: Girls' Athletic Association 2: Intramural Soft- ball, Volley Ball, and Basketball 2: F.H.A. 1, 2: English Club 3: Science Club 1: Chairman of Food and Dish Committee for Junior-Senior DOEOTEY EAITEE thot, 554-.T tMr. Roy J. Kasten and Mrsf Dola Kallam Kastenl 16 Caleb Street, Spray: North Carolina Miss Popularity 1: F.H.A. 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4, Captain of Tealm 3, Volley Ball 2: llranmtics Club 3, 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: :Iriver Training 3: Homeroom Vice-President ELIZABETH IALIOES EIEG Uilbbyj 597-I 1Mrs. E. B. Bessie Salmons Klngl 215 Monroe Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Science Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Folk Dance Club 2: Music Club 2, 4: Future Teachers Club l: English Club 3: Girls' Athletic Association 2: Assistant Acconipanlst for Glee Club 4: Dramatics Club 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Girls' Softball 1: Dancing Club 2, 3: Library Qssiistant 3: Flower Committee for Junior- . en or. GEORGE WILI-Ill IEAETI, JE. lllllyl 388 fMr. George W. Krantz and Mrs. Bessie Roach Krantzl Box 725, Boulevard Street Leaksville, North Carolina Supervised Study 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Eng- lish Club 3: Science Club 2: 4-H Club 1: Ll- brary Science 4. BARBARA XAYDEI' IAHLI 530 fMr. James B LaMar and Mrs. Mary Lily Hayden LaMarJ Over Look Avenue, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Class Secretary 1: Class Vice-President 2: Class Treasurer 3: Band 1, 2: Music Club 1: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4: Youth Famlly Life Council 2, 3, 4, President 3: English Club President 3: Driver Training 4: Public Speak- ing 4: Newspaper Staff 3, 4, 'Co-Editor 4: Christmas Essay Winner 3: D.A.R. Good Citi- zen 4: Student Council 4: Best Cltlzen 4: Most Dependable 4. GENE LAED 213 Park Avenue, Spray, North Carolina Art Club 1: Hobby Club 1: Folk Dance Club 2: Hi-Y 2, 3. SHIRLEY UAB!! LAND 4Mr. Raymond Land and Mrs. Maggie Pearnian Landb Folk Dancing Club 1, 2: Study Hall 3: Nation- nl Honor Society 4: Driver Education 3: Sen- ior Scholastic Award 3: Clarion 4: English Club 3. KOENIE KAEIEE LAEDEETR llnj 1789-E CMr. W. C. Landreth and Mrs. Ann Hopkins Landrethl Route 2, Box 348, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Art Club 1: Folk Dance Club 1: Glee Club 2: President of English Club 3: Invltatlon Com- mittee Junior-Senior 3: National Honor Soci- ety 4: Drlver Training 4: Annual Staff 4, Sta- tistician and Secretary. WIDLIAK IEEE!!! LEWIS, ll. tMr. Willami Herbert Lewis and Mrs. Evelyn Gourley Lewlsl Cascade, Virginia Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: Hi-Y 2: Youth Family Life Council 2: Honor Society 4: Tar Heel Boys' State 3: T.C.H. Treasurer 4: Homeroom Treasurer 4: Annual Staff 4: Foreign Language Club 4: English Club 3: Most Musical. HBICIL JANE LIGHT 1208-K fMr. Roy P. Light and Mrs. Addie Barker Llghtl 282 Decatur Street, Spray, North Carolina F.H.A. Club 1. JAKE! AETEUE IAETIIII, JE. Uimmyj QMr. James A. Martin and Mrs. Mary Henley Martinb Route 1, Bcx 622, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Glee Club 1: Basketball 3: Football 4: Future Teachers Club 4: Monogram Club 4: Boys' Athletic Association 3: Bus Driver 4: Science C ub 1. EA! KASOE' lMr. Thomas Mason and Mrs. Mary Woods Mason! Route 1, South Fieldcrest Draper, North Carolina Junior-Senior Photo Club 4: Assistant Bus Driver 3: Bus Driver 4: English Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Baseball Mgr. 4: Monogram Club 4. KENNETH GAULDIE IOCBLY lllol Io. 58703 tMr. R. P. McCrayl 400 West Meadow Road, Draper, North Carolina Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 3, 4: Intramural Basketball and Baseball 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, Treasurer 1: Monogram Club 1, 2: Varsity Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Eng- lish Club President 3: Boys' Athletic Associa- tion 3, 4: Dramatics Club President 3: Home- room Vice-President 4: Most Athletic. E IOR DIRECTORY JAMES LEONARD MQOULLOUCH fMonk! 945-M tMr. Morale D McCullouch and Mrs. Helen Rich McCullouch! 1 Overlook Avenue, Leaksvllle, North Carolina English Club 3: Study Hall 2, 4: Science Club 1: Vocational School 2, 3, 4. SALLY MARICIA McC'ULLO'UCE tMr. Bill B. McCullouch and Mrs. Bessie liallles McCullouch! 413 Fields-rest Street, Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2: Monogram Club 1, 2: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 3, 4: Vice-President Homeroom 3: Treasurer of English Club 3: Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4: Office Assistant 3: Foreign Language Club 4: Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom 4. nncznna uenamnr. ' tMr. James C. McDaniel and Mrs. Luzina Porter McDaniel! 217 West Carolina Avenue, Draper, North Carolina F.H.A. 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Future Teachers' Club 4: English Club 3: Foreign Language Club 4: Supervised Study Club 3. JAMES BENJAMIN McG'UIRE tlvlr. XNalter B. McGuire and Mrs. Callie Chrlstley McGuire! Box 348 L, Route 2, Leaksville, North Carolina Intramural Softball 2: Hobby Club 2. NANCY B. MoG'UIRE tMr. Walter B. McGuire and Mrs. Callie tihristley McGuire! Box 348 L, Route 2, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Art Class 1: Folk Dancing 2: Study Club 3, 4: Career Club 2: English Club 3: Driver Train- ing 3. BETTY JEAN MEEKS 1100-M tMrs. Pauline Nelson Meeks! 106 Clarkway Drive, Spray, North Carolina Folk Dancing 1, 2, 3: English Club 3: Driv- ing' Training 4. PRENTIUE CAROL MOORE 1079-M tMr. R. N. Moore and Mrs. Avril Griffin McBride! 109 Vvest lflwell Street, Spray, North Carolina Dramatic.-s 1: Band 2, 3: Business 2: Study 4. KATIBYN MOORE flat! tMr. Lilburn Moore and Mrs. Bessie Roach Moore! 25 Morgan Street, Spray, North Carolina Art Club 1: Folk Dance Club 2: Glee Club 3, 4. EBSBIN WARREN MORRIS tMrs. James W. Morris! g 413 West Virginia Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Band 1, 2: Bus Driver 4: Glee Club 1: Library Science 2: Intramural Sports 2: Hi-Y 1: Golf 3, 4: English Club 3: Foreign Language Club 4: Office Assistant 4: Sports Editor for Clar- ion 4: Football 3: Supervised Study 2, 3: Folk Dancing 1, 2. JAMES LIVINGSTON NEWMAN fiimmyj 767-B tMr. Troy S. Newman and Mrs. Odell D. Newman! Pino Avenue, Leaksville, North Carolina Art Club 1: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Newspaper Club 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Future 'Fem-her of America 4: Football 4: Homeroom Vice-President 2: Homerootm Treasurer 1. PATRICIA ANN TTE NEWMAN lPlt! 938 tMr. Miller C. Newman and Mrs. Ruth Travis Newman! Iiox 581, lleaksville, North Carolina Music Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 4: Varsity Club 4, Secretary 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Softball 2: Spanish Club 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Most Musi- cal. CARVEL NICHOLS tNlck! 95-M tMr. E. M. Nichols and Mrs. Grace Crews Nichols! 'Ss West Avenue, lieaksville. North Carolina Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: Hi-Y 2: Vocational 2, 3, 4. FRANCES BENNET NOOE 461-R tMr. Bennet Nooe and Mrs. Mattie Dillion Nooe! 305 Highland Drive, Leaksville, North Carolina Folk Dance Club 1: Dramatics 2, 3, 4: Public Speaking 2. 3, 4: English Club 3: Driver Train- ing 3: Library Asistant 3, 4: Newspaper Staff Feature Editor 3: Delegate to Girls' State 3: Student Council 4: National Honor Society 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Animal Staff Editor 4. ELMA FRANCES OIDELI. 676-J tMi'. Elroy Odell and Mrs. Bessie Keaton Odell! llox 411, Spray, North Carolina l4'.ll.A. 1. 2: D. E. Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Girls' Athletit Association 1: Softball 1, 2: Library Assistant 4. SHIRLEY GRAY OVERBY tlllr. Mack Overby and Mrs. Carrie Holly Overby! lln NVE-st Delaware Avenue Library Assistant 2: English Club 3: Super- vised Study 1, 3. DEROTHIA PAYE PAGE tMr. John VVilliain Page and Mis. Ethel Gammon Page! 405 Maryland Avenue, Ext., Draper, North Carolina F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: English Club 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Photo Club 4. MQ. 56331 KENNETH RAY PATTERSON tTermlte! 1062-W tMr. Harry S. Patterson and Mrs. Gwendolyn Owen Patterson! P. O. Box 125. Leaksville, North Carolina Science Club 1: Activity Band 2: Band 2, 3, 4: Public Speaking 3: Dramatics 3: Debating 3: English Club 3: President of T.C.H. Club 4: Vice-President of Tri-City High School Band 4: National Honor Society 4: Won God and Coun- try Award 4: Art Staff for Annual 4: Office Assistant 4: Foreign Language Club 4: Most Artistic. PAY RUTH PENIDLETON 412-M tMr. Leonard Pendleton and Mrs. Virginia Williams Pendleton! 139 VV. Church Street, lleaksville, North Carolina Band l, 2: Dramatics 1: Folk Dance 2. PEGGY ELEANOR PERCIVAL tPeg'gy! 852-M tMr. Spencer M. Percival and Mrs. Genevieve Wilson Percival! Meadow Grceus, Spray, North Carolina French Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1: Dramatics Club 4: Driver Training 3: French Awards tl. SARA ESTER PICKELSIMEB lP1ck1e! 893-J' tMrs. Ida Jones Plckelsimerl 321 Moir Street, lleaksville, North Carolina Music Club 1, 4: Glee Club 2. 3. Treasurer 3: English Club 3: Driving Training 4: Home- roon: Parliamentarian 4. PATRICIA ANN PRATT tA.!l.n.'le! 358-J tMr. Clyde l'ratt and Mrs. Sue Cox Pratt! 506 Bridge Street, lleaksville, North Carolina F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 2, 4: Future Teach- ers of America 4, Officer 4: I-Iomeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: ltlnglish Club President 3: National Honor Society 4: Folk Dance Club 1: Family Life Council 2. CHARLOTTE ANN PULLIAM 1273-R tMr. Thomas Pulliam and Mrs. Janie tlilley Pulliam! 515 Monroe Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Folk Dance Club 1, 2: English Club 3: Super- vised Study Club 3: Photo Club 4. PATRICIA GAIL PULLIAM tPuddin! Me. 5-6674 tMr. Charlie tl. Pulliam and Mrs. Fannie Flarles Pulliam! 320 Meadow Hoad, Draper, North Carolina l".H..X. 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Basketball 1, 2: Mono- gram 2: Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom 3: English Club 3: Dramatics 4: Music Club 4, Vice-President -1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Youth Family Life Council 4. E IOR DIRECTORY JOHNNY WILLIAM PULLIAM 9-3 tlvlr. Jack Pulliam and Mrs. Mattie Harris Pulliam? 26 Morgan Street, Spray, North Carolina Hl-Y Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3. UAB! LOU PYRTLB 971-I tMr. Jesse D. Pyrtle and Mrs. Bessie Coffer Pyrtlel 214 West Avenue, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Jour- nalism Club 1: Newspaper Reporter 1: Class Secretary 2: Homeroom Secretary 2: National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4: English Club President 3: Dramatlcs 3, 4. LEWIS BATLIPI' tMr. John A. Ratllff and Mrs. Ida Bnyant Ratllffl 409 Gorden Street, Spray, North Carolina Art Club 1: Hobby Club 1: Folk Dance 2: Hi- Y 2, 3: D O. Club 3, 4. JEAN' BAWLIN8 507-H tMr. Maurice Rawlins and Mrs. Lily Eanes Rawlins! 414 North Hamilton Street, lleaksvllle, North Carolina F.H.A. 1. Z: Dramatics 2. 4: Annual Staff 3: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2: Glee Club 4: Intramural Basketball 1: Intramural Softball 1. Intramural Volley Ball 2: Driver Training 3: Folk Dancing 1, 2: Science Club 2: English Club 3: Decorating Committee for Junior- Senlor 3: VVittiest. WIIILIAK DAVID BEIGE 131111 567-I tMr. Luther V. Reece and Mrs. Ethel Frances Lemons Reeccl 719 River Road, Draper, North Carolina Basketball 2, 4: Monogram Club 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Vice- Presldent Homeroom 4: Glee Club 1: Intra- mural Baseball 1. NANO! ALKA IND!!! 801 tDr. A. VV. Reeser and Mrs. Mary Vickray Reeserl Leaksvllle, North Carolina Science Club 1: Homeroom Officer 1: Dra- matics 2, 3, 4: Public Speaking 2, 3: Music Club 2, 4: Reporter for Clarion Staff 3: An- nual Staff 4: Cheerleader 4: Junior Marshall 3: Office Assistant 4: English Club 3: Future Tecahers of America 4: T.C.H. Club 4: Cheer- leading Club 4: Best Dressed. BAL IBN! ROBERTSON 1151-J' tMr. C. T. Robertson and Mrs. Sunshine Fagge Robertsonl 248 Hodges Street, Spray. North Carolina Science Club 1: Hi-Y Club 2: Homeroom Sec- retary 2: English Club 3: D. 0. 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball and Baseball 1, 2. LONNIB O'NBAL DODGE!! tMr. Elmer T. Rodgers and Mrs. Nannie Hall Rodgersl Route 2, Box 232. Leaksvllle, North Carolina Hi-Y 2: English Club 3: D. O. Club 3, 4, 'Vice- President 4. DORIS NAOHI IUTLBDGE 332-I tMr. Edward Rutledge and Mrs. Naomi Bennett Rutledgel 4 Caleb Street, Spray, North Carolina Glee Club 2: D. E. Club 3: Trl-Hi-Y 3, 4: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Girls' Athletic Association 1: Driver Training 3: Softball 1, 2: Library As- sistant 4: English Club 3. INNNDTI CARSON SAHUBLS tSnmj 4831 tMrs. J. E. Samuelsb 121 Cascade Avenue, Draper, North Carolina. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 1, 2: Hi- Y 1, 2, Treasurer 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: Dra- matics Club 4: Boys' Athletic Association 3: English Club Vice-President 3: Homeroom President 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: In- tramural Baseball 2: Golf Team 3, 4. GIOIGD DALTON BOOT! 1045-J tMr. Gene Eldee Scott and Mrs. Letetla J. Scottl Leaksville, North Carolina. Science Club 1: Vocational School 2, 3, 4. not umm: suns! tnabyl an. 5-3354 tMr. John P. Searcy and Mrs. Lessle Jones Searcyl 232 Front Street, Draper, North Carolina Homeroom President 1: Hi-Y 2: President Sophomore Class 2: Chief Marshall 3: Home- room President 3: Vice-President Junior Class 3: Delegate to Boys' State 3: Tennis and Golf 35 English Club President 3: Student Council 4: Co-President Future Teachers of America 4, Vice-President Senior Class 4: Office As- sistant 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Basketball Team 1, 2. 3, 4, Co-Captain 2: Mon- ogram Club 1, 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: Home- room President 4: Most Athletic: Most Popular. KAY FRANCES SIILTON Kd. 5-8463 tMr. Lem Shelton and Mrs. Lessie Pratt Sheltonl -115 West Meadow Road, Draper, North Carolina. Basketball l: F.H.A. 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 8, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Secretary 2: Folk Dance 1, 2: Eng- li-sh Club Vice-President 3: Homeroom Presi- dent 3: Steering 'Committee Junior-Senior 3: Girls' State 3: National Honor Society 4: For- eign Language Club 4: Newspaper Club 4: Journalism 4: Secretary Senior Class 4: Secre- tary Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Most Considerate. SHIRLEY ANN HAWKINS SHBLTON 1038-W tMr. XV. C. Shelton and Mrs. Ila Hawkins Shelton! fu Spring Street, Spray, North Carolina Homeroom Parliamentarian 1: Hobby Club 1: Intramural Basketball 3: English Club Secre- tary 3: Driver Training 4: Supervised Study 2, 3. 4: Folk Dance Club 2. CLARENCE BBOCKLEY 1251103 233-I tMr. Eugene Shockley and Mrs. Iva Bowman .Shockleyl Washburn Avenue, Spray, North Carolina Football 1, 2, 3: I-ll-Y 2, 3: Science Club 1, 2: Folk Dance Club 1: Monogram Club 1, 2: Eng- lish Club Parllamentarlan 3: D. E. Club Treas- urer, Member of State Nominative Committee 4. WALTER THURKAN SIOBTIR, :Tl- tMr. Walter T. Shorter and Mrs. Maxine DeHart Shorterj Route 2, Box 341 A, Leaksville, North Carolina. SHIELD! ANNE SKBOPSIIII 1316-I tMr. Roy Shropshire and Mrs. Mamie Gravely Shropshirel Glenn Street, Leaksville, North Carolina. Folk Dance 1, 2: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2: Driving Training 4. HELEN LOUIS! SIA!! tMr. Walter F. Smart and Mrs. Ruth Hensley Smarty North Main Street, Ext., Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1: National Honor Society 3, 4: Tar Heel Girls' State 3: Student Council Secretary 4: Future Teachers of Amer- ica Historian 4: Homeroom President 4: Youth Family Life Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Parlia- mentarian of English Club 3: Senior Scholastic Social Studies Award 3: Most Likely to Suc- ceed. BETTY LOU SMITH tMr. Ernest Gilmer Smith and Mrs. Beatrice Dent Smithl Route 2, Box 776, Leaksvllle, North Carolina Folk Dancing Club 1, 2: English Club 3: Driv- er Education 3: Photo Club 4: Good Health Club 4. JAH B NORMAN STEPHENS 466-I tMr. Norman Thomas Stephens and Mrs. Swannie Murray Stephensl 325 Hollingsworth Street Leaksville, North Carolina. Honor Society 4: Office Assistant 4: English Club 3: Most Dependable: Most Studlous. KAITIA DELANO STEWART HO. 5-4484 tMr. 1Villiam H. Stewart and Mrs. Lillie Chambers Stewart? 501 South Merriman Street Draper. North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2. 3. E IOR DIRECTORY NANCY CAROL S'.I.'0VAInIn KEN!! tMr. Tom Stovall and Mrs. Carrie Stovall! Box 501, Summit Road, Spray, North Carolina Folk Dance Club 1, 2: Future Homemakers of America 1, 2: Business Education Club 2: Intra- mural Volley Ball 2: Driver Training 3: Li- brary Assistant 4. AELETTA VIBLEITE STOWE 736-J' tMr. T. Elisha Stowe and Mrs, Beatrice Fulcher Stowe! 0 Flynn Street, Spray, North Carolina Homeroom President 1: Folk Dance Club 1, 2: D. E. Club 3, 4, Reporter 4: Public Speaking 4: Newspaper Club 4: Honor Society 4. EVELYN JAOQU LINE STOWE tJa.oki.e! 1190-I 4Mr. Howard Stowe and Mrs. Estelle Doss Stowe! 315 Circle Drive, Spray, North Carolina Art Club 1: Folk Dance Club 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Photo Club 4: English Club 3: Driver Training 4. SHIEL Y MAE THOMPSON 823-J tMr. C. C. Thompson and Mrs. Cora Edwards Thompson! 211 Ewell Street, Spray, North Carolina Home Economics Club 1: Girls' Athletic As- sociation 2: English Club 3. RUTH ELIZABETH TEENT ffafbbyl 935-H CMr. B. J. Trent and Mrs. Ruth Snead Trent! 1002 VV. Washington Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Folk Dance 1, 2: Homeroom Officer 2: Eng- llsh Club Secretary 3: Newspaper Staff, Make- up Editor 3: Music Club 3, 4: Delegate to Girls' State 3: Dramatics 4: Public Speaking 4: An- nual Staff Business Manager 4: Office Assis- tant 4: Youth Family Life Council 3, 4. BOBBY JAMIE TUGGLE K'.l'ug'! 1700-R lMr. Jarrett Stanley Tuggle! ltoute 1, Leaksville, North Carolina President of Machine Shop 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3: Art Club 2: Boys' Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: Folk Dance Club 2: Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. CARL JOE TYNEI! 140 tDr. Carl V. Tyner and Mrs. Charlotte Browl Tyner! 205 Patrick Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Monogram Club 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Photo Club President 4: Student Council 4: News- paper Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Science Club 1: Hi-Y 4: English Club Treasurer 3. GEORGE KENNETH VASS Ulotton! Me. 5-5582 1Mr. George M. Vass and Mrs. Lucille Durham Vass! 204 South Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Hi-Y Club 3, 4: English Club 3: Assistant Bus Llrigeri 3, 4: Vocational School 2, 3: Annual .ta . DAVID LEE WAD He. 5-6704 tlvlr. Russell L. Wade and Mrs. Evelyn Adkins Wade! 323 West Meadow Drive Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2: Folk Dancing 2: Foreign Lan- guage Club 4. JAMES ELWOOD WALKER CEI! le. 5-8324 fMr. Adolphus M. Walker and Mrs. Hattie Griffith Walker! 423 Maryland Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Mono- gram 1. 2: Football Manager 1: Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 4: Freshman Class Vice-President 1: Hi-Y President 2: Boys' Athletic Association 3: Sophomore Class Vice-President 2: Home- room President 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4: Tar Heel Boys' State 3: English Club Vice-President 3: Annual Staff 4: Music Club 4: Foreign Lan- guage Club 4: Future Teachers Club Treas- urer 4: Youth Family Life Council 2: Ameri- can Legion Essay Contest, Second Place 3: Most Likely to Succeed: Best Citizen. CURTIS LEON WALHEE, tLoon! 711-I 4Mr. D. C. lvalker and Mrs. Blanche Loftis Walker! 35 Hill Street, Leaksville, North Carolina Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: Hi-Y 2: Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Vocational School 2, 31 Trcaisurer Homeroom 1: Vice-President l-Iomeromn 4: Vice-President English Club 3: Study Hall 3: Bus Driver 4. RALPH O'NEIL WALHEE tEs1dy! lo. 5-3492 4Mr. .l. Thomas Yvalker and Mrs. Mae Massey lValker! 501 Xvest Fieldcrest Road Draper, North 'Carolina Librm-y Assistant 1. 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Varsity Golf Team 3, 4: Bus Driver 4: As- sistant Bus Driver 3: Foreign Language Club 4: Annual Staff 4: Social Chairman Homeroom 4. JESSE WILHEE, WASHEUHN 870-W tMr. J. W. VVashburn and Mrs. Belle Curry VVasl1bu1'n! 31 Carrol Street, Spray, North Carolina. Hobby Club 1: Vocational School 2, 3: Treas- urer of' English Club 3: D. E. Club 4, DONALD BAY WILLIAMS 4Mr. R. K. VVilliams and Mrs. Faire Bateman 'Williams! 412 West Ridge Avenue, Draper, North Carolina Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Monogram Club 2, 3: Boys' Athletic Association 3. BARBARA JEAN WILSON tEob! tMr. Percy Wilson and Mrs. Sarah Smith Wilson! 527 7West Meadow Road, Draper. North Carolina Library Assistant 2: 1Vorked in Cafeteria 3. GEOEGE WOOD tlud! llvlr. XV. K. Vvood and Mrs. Virgie Rakes Wood! Route 1, Early Avenue. Draper, North Carolina Football 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 2: English Club 3. HIE-LEY JUANITA WBAY 1114-H fMr. VV. F. Vvray and Mrs. Turcla Stegall Wray! as Prospect Avenue, Leaksvllle, North Carolina. Homeroom Secretary l, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Folk Dancing 2, 3: 'l'.C.H. Club 4: English Club 3: Girls' Softball 2, 3: Business Education Club 2: Food Committee for Junior-Senior 3. JAMES CLIFTON WEIGHT tJi.mmy! 1738-I tMr. .l, lt. VVright and Mrs. Long Wright! I-Ridgeway, Virginia, Route 3 Science Club 1: Football 1, 2: Monogram Club l, 2: Hi-Y Club Vice-President 2: English Club Treasurer 3: Bus Driver 3. 4: President D. 0. Club 4: Student Council 4: Vocational School 2. 3: l-landsomest. JUANITA YOUNG tButch! Ko. 5-5592 tlVlr. Alex Young and Mrs, Elsie Dix Young! 205 Delaware Avenue. Draper, North Carolina. ,xr-tivigieg -Club 2: English Club 3: Driver Training Il: Library Assistant 4. him happy." UNIOR "He argued that the principal duty which a parent owed to a child was to make Anthony Trollope Perry Powell Rebecca Lawson Wayne Wilson Donnie Warren Treasurer Secretary Vice-President President sg ,n n -iw -A QP? - LILADD UI' DD Mary lfldith Auron l'-ally Abernathy t':Lr0l Harrow Rossie Barrow Jxwkis- Adkins Muuriw Adkins Billy Hr'lr'ha-r Lily Blau-kwvll I"-LU.: 5 Adkins Mum-l Ale-xnnder Vim-:Ant Hlzwkwell Ronald Honduran! lllunir-41 Bruker Fay Ball Eugene Booth Josie Brummer Iris IKHISPI' .luck Burke-I' Joe Hrannock Jmxws Bratton Mn t tis- Iizxrker .NI lld red Bark Q- 1' Tornlny Bridges Camilla Brown 3513 L 4 SSL. is ' q l 'Q N x C' A x 1-G T'X1c is S55 X N Q-xm X Q, X 1 i N5 v 1 3 fLX CLASS OF ,55 Milly liu--km-r Nunvy liurkvs NIIIFLIJXFHI Form Philip Cox Myrna Hurmlt la- llllly l4u1'rm1u:hs Virginia Craig hI2lI'Hfll't'I l'l'1lllu- 1h-nl'p4-- Iiullvr I..--rn t,':nrtf-r Palsy Imllun Clmrlvs lmvls Murthza Curt:-r Hum- 1'iAl'li'F Lcun Ikiishmon Hlye Durhmn Mullin-w m'hzanvy Hugh 1'h:xth:1m .Millie Ilyvl' Betty Dyer 'Pl 3 ' ff' "ij Cheek U lv-F! 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X . 5- E It - is 'Q' K x . .,.v ws :S Q 4 CLASS OF , Iiufhly Slnytvvn .limmv Smith Anmath- Thunmsnn Iiohlwg 'Flmnmson If- Nlzariv Smith . 1 -an Snow llilozuxor '1hompsm1 H1115 lloxln bl! G' QV 4 ': ' . 4-: 'I .Inna-Hw 'Froxlr-r In Ann TllIlOIllll ltlmssvlim- Ste-wart lin rls:ur:n SI MHZ Tummy 'FHVHP1' Ann Tyxwor X .,,5. gf? 21 38 x X' ,- ff if Y 'K ,di R , 25" 4 Imwis Stultz 58 x 5 Bmw.: Xoas l4'v':u1vis XX':1dz- X ,. ,. , x ' Te m Thrm u Xl K w x fb N if X is lx I 5 9 CLASS OF ' 5 x I :lx XYIHIIIIIN I no- lvldr-1'wmnI IW. Yun XYiIkvs 1 Iunl Q XM. fix Q . 1. llg.l1l I all llrzclvw-S Nw':l1!v Mrs. .luliu lxlw- ,Xlnx Inn'--Illx Nunn! A S -fezffgggig Ch. ' Q BEAUTY andthe BEASTS... D0 NOT FEKD THE ANIMALS - ,,'A if Si 2 x P-2DQf,'f,",Q,EfL'I Au. ruwr, STOODE-.NTS A PENNV me vouxz mauaurs Par Yoga mm mums nezqswmo FRAME mom ou-ren sm OPHO ORE Y "lt is a great pity that men and women forget that they have been children." -G. W. Curtis 1 9 5 6 Junior Scott Louise Luther Ronald Meeks Otto Funderburke Secretary . Treasurer President Vice-President M552 . ii . Q ,A 1 WX b fi f hx 'gr h K' KX A 'Nan V Y- ya Q K Q 3 it-. - aux 5 if at is i , W an I 0' 1 ,. : ag ' . ' ff ian. uf in 2 A A six ,.V..,., , is 61" x .QP . Q is ' I -as I . if Qsf z. A ,. 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' xr f Q if 2 il . F N 'sway Y' Y ffiiiifi ii. w P S i f + W - Y ,X 5' Y. im' it Y Qgii f "'-- . jmgf QSQSSW wmv.uvw:4-iuww-mm L4l.1f1DD Ulf Tommv Webster Jeannette Wilkes Katie Williams Ronnie Willis Carolyn Wilson Gayle-ne Wilson Yvonne Wilson Ronnie Woodall Frank Woody Lawrence Wors Annie Wray Curtis Wray Jackie Wright Hazel Wyatt Bradley Young Mrs. Louise Shumate Herbert Young Mr. Mott Prim' LeaksviHe Townshha presents Hs teachers. Do you know theni aH? DU hum Musical Governmental Vocational Professional Scholastic Dramatic Social Civic CTIVITIE "And when with envy Time, transported. Shall think to rob us of our joys. You'll in your girls again be courted. And I'll go wooing in my boys." -Thomas Percy The More We Get Together the Happier We'll Be fm sw e e. ,gg T . P BLICATIONS TH E TR I C INOCA :is QQ, x 1 A Executive Staff: Kenneth Patterson Libby Trent Jimmy Farmer Frances Nooe Mr. Thomas Teer Ted Harrison Mary Hinternhoft' Editorial Staff: N!'llff'l1', Mary Hinternhoff Frances Nooe. Maxine Landreth Annette Hopkins Merita Hopkins sfunrling, Joe Law Keith Hundley Tommy Harris Wayne Wilson Pete Barham Business Staff: xfffffrrl, Jimmy Farmer Maxine Landreth Loretta Cook s ta 11 fl I n g, Elwood Walker Nancy Reeser Ralph Walker Patricia Newman Ted Harrison Herbert Lewis Libby Trent Edwin Adkins Pete Barham P BLICATIO Saundra Cralldoek f'o-Effz for llarliara liaalar l'o-Erlifor .lucly Golden I.'1r.v1'111'.v.v Jlllllflflfl' THE CLARION THE STAFF Front I'0u', left to right: Kay Holland, Phyllis Holland, Saundra Craddoek, Sue Kasey. Julia Brooks, Bettie Shiveley. Judy Golden. Miss Faye Roberts. See- mzd row: Shirley Land, Kay Shelton, Tommy Webster, Otto Funderburke, Ceeil Jeffries, Essrin Morris, Joe Tyner, Barbara LlaIVlar. PUBLIC SPEAKING DEBATING DRAMATICS Public Speaking, left to right: Q Bobby Edwards. Judy Golden Frances Nooe, Nadine Clark Trent, Biba Cochran. DRAMATICS CLUB Front row. left to right: Billie Jean Edwarda, Yvonne Boaz. Joan Heflinger, Merle Hunter, Jeanne Crowsoiz, Norma Murray, Barbara LaMar, Edwin Adkins, Faye Holland, Nancy Reeser, Jo Marie Smith. Dot Kasten, Julia Brooks. Secvnd TOLD! Betty Humphrey, Carol Hobson, Betty Grogan, Ann O'Dell, Myrna Burnette, Peggy P.-rcival, Gail Pulliam, Frances Nooe, Saundra Craddock, Judy Golden, Bobby Edwards, Libbv Trent, Ralph Walker, Third row: Mary Lou Pyrtle. Rita llall, Jean Rawlins, Ann Bouldin, Jfan Denny. Elizabeth King, Patricia Newman, Kenneth Samuels, Patsy Geer, Keith Hundley, Rnda Law, Jackie Hundley. Fo-urtli Tow: Mary l-linternhofl. Billie Jean Holeman, Pat Leffew, Ted Harrison, Perry Powell, Dru Wilkes, Carol Hylton, Betty M4-Bride. Toni Flannagan, Douglas Woods. Ronnie Rippey. In 'recirz Mr. Henry Richards, Adviser. Peggy Percival, Saundra Cradl dock. Mr. Richards, Jimmy Ad- kins. Barbara LaMar, Libby STUDENT D O O O COUNCIL Officers. left to right: Wayne Wilson. Edwin Adkins. Louise Smart, Keith Hundlcy. Standing: Keith Hundley, Wayne Wilson. Louise Smart, Edwin Adkins, Mr. Odell Nassar, Adviser. Seated. left to right: Julia Brooks, Jimmy Wright, Fran- ces Nooe, Carvel Duke, Joe Tyner. Roy Searcy, Merita Hopkins, Jackie Hundley fhiddenl, Saundra Craddock, Elwood Walker, Barbara LaMar, Ronnie Meeks, Donnie Warren, Ray Cox. MUSIC MR. FORREST RAY Director of Vocal and Instrimzeiiml Music THE BAND Front row left to Tight: Mr. Ray, Dawn Griffen, Barbara Fisher, Jo Wright, Judy Powell. Glenda Gallimorc. Second row: Herbert Lewis. Jackie Johnson, Melba Squires, Third row! Carol Hobson, Frances Hatcher, Tommy Lovell. F0m'tli, Tow: Willy Hatcher, Nancy Johnson. Tod Price, Buddy Self, Tony Sheaffer, Joe Hopkins, Donnie Marlowe. Fifth. row: Ann Marie Stultz. Charles Laslcy, Kenneth Patterson, Jim McGavish, David Peterson. Sixth row: Janie Mclsaac. Earnest Roach. Mac Snodderly, Shirley Wray, David Alexander, Tim Cashett. Sev- vntli row: Geneva Brammer, Janice Gauldin, Glen Sykes. Billy Hopper, Leroy Carter, Gerald Peterson, Charlie Davis, Eighth row: Charles Rvberson, Diana Ray, Betty Hatcher, Jimmy John- son. Alec Purcell, Marie Burnette, Frances Lewis, George Butler. Ninth row: Steve Koontz. Biba Cochran. Billy Buckner, Gaynell Hall, Linda Fain. Mac Washburn. MUSIC CLUB First roir, left to right: Eleanor Thompsmn, Jerry Meeks, Geneva Hrammer, Jo Marie Smith. Libby Trent, Mary Hinternhoff, Gail Pulliam, Pat Newman. Rebeeea Shropshire Iva Roberts, Judy Golden, Elizabeth Kina. Nancy Heeser. Second rozr: Fay Durham. Barl hara Marshall, Betty Humphrey, Janiee Gauldin. Dot Fowler. Loretta Cook. June Rhyne. Exif-rlena Haynes. Naney Burkes. Nellie Brady. Betty Hopkins. Sara Pieklesimer, Dru Wilkes, Mr. Rhodes. Adviser. Tlzird row: Ann Tyner, Margaret Meyers, Elwood Walker, llobhy Edwards, Lloyd Thomas. Charlie Davis. Jo Wright. Betty Harris, GLEIS CLUB l"ir.st row. left to right: Frances Yeatts, Sira Pratt. Millie Earles. Betty Dyer, Jean Rawlins. Katherine Moore, Jean Ellington, Libby Mangrum, Sarita Gilley, Mae Overby. Gail Pulliam. Mr. Ray, Second row: Roslyn Howell. Nancy Carter. Virginia Handy. Re- heeefi Shropshire. Yvonne Spain, Judy Huncllev. Hilda Hawkins. Janelle Troxler. Dixie Shelton, Estelle Chaney, Fay Overby. Third rare: Dol Fowler, Russeline Stewart, Rebeeea Lawson. Joan Gray, Dorethia Page, Marguerite Burnette. Franc-es Newton. Annette Thomp- son. Loretta Cook. June Rhyne, Rossie Barrow. Pat Newman. Fourth row: Patsy Howell. Jaekie Stowe. Mary Gilbert. Barbara Fayne, Kay Shelton. Elizabeth King, Eleanor Thomp- son. Louise Smart, Nancy Burkes. Mitzi Dean, Faye Hopkins, Garnet Motley. Fifth row: Billy Krantz. Jimmy Adkins. Larry Williams. Jimmy Emory. Bobby Edwards, Jimmy l"armer. Buck Barrow. Si.rtli row: Jerry Meeks. Frankie May. Johnny Hodges. Tyner Arthur. Ray Cox. Philip Haynes. Elwood Walker, THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Mrs. Dininny Elwood Walker Mary Lou Pyrtle Barbara LaMar Shirley Cox Faculty Adviser President Vice-President Secretary Trerisurer F1-mat row, left to right: Sue Kasey, Shirley Cox, Maxine Landreth, Carol Riddle, Judy Golden, Nadine Clark, Annette Hopkins, Fran'es Norse. Kay Shelton. Louise Smart, Phyllis Holland, Mary Lou Pyrtle, Mary Gilbert, Saunira Craddock. Peggy Percival, Mary Hintern- hoff, Marvel Shockley. Second row: Rebecca Lawson, Billie Jean Holeman. Beulah Hawk- ins, Merita Hopkins, Kenneth Patterson, Jimmy Newman. Tommy Harris, Barney Walker. Edwin Adkins, Elwood Walker, Herbert Lewis, James Stephens, Barbara LaMar, Jimmy Farmer, Shirley Land, Buddy Self, Arletta Stowe, Ann Pratt. First row, left to riglilt Suv Kascy. Bcity Grogan Mr. Stransbury. Adviscr Merle- Hunter, E l e a n o I Thompson. Second TOIUZ Marvcl Shocklcy, Nancy B u r k s. Shclvic Bordvn Norma Murray, Fayc Dur- ham. First row. left to right: Kent Richardson, Mr. Faw- ccii, Adviser, Doug Woods, Ray Cox. Second TOUFI Ronnic Washburn, Buddy Hylton, Alvis Hill, Ronald M 1-ck s. David Hamrick Third row: Keith Hundley, D o n n i c Warren, Waync Light, Jackie Hundlcy. Hcrbcrt Finney. TRI-HI-Y HI-Y Sd DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION First Tow, left to Tight: Patty Cockran. Shirley Hill, Sylvia Almond, Shirley Hankins. Emogene Crowder, Nannie Gilley, Arletta Stowe. Sec- ond row: Lewis Stulz, Kenneth Walker. Ronald Bondurant. James Fraz- ier. Wilmer Washburn. Caivel Duke. Third row: Philip Martin, Doug- las Murphey, Leon Carter, Jimmy Barton, Mrs. Hinlernhoff, Adviser, Pete Shockley, Doug Terry, Irvin Gilley. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS Ii' J is I First row, left to right: Louis Raitcliff, Jimmy Bratton, Philip Howell, Bobby Harris, Leon Gauldin, Buck Hailey, Jimmy Wright. Second row: Mr. Vernon, Adviser, Philip Cox, Wilfred Aheron. Lonnie Rogers, Junior Dunn, Hal Roberson, Billy Troxlor. Front row. left to right: Gayncllc Hall, Jo Wright, Julia Brooks. Ann Navey. Kvnnvth Patterson, Rinda Law. Fay Holland, Nancy Roe-sz-1', Dot Kasten. Sec- ond F0102 Nadine Clark. Benny Huff, Bibu Cochran, Shirley Wray, Glenda Gal- limorv, Carol Hobson, Char- liv Davis. Jo Mario Smith. Judy Golden. Iva Roberts. Third row: Buddy Self. llvrbvrt Lvwis, Billy Buck- nvr, Glen Sykes, Ted Pricc, Bobby Edwards, Ann Tyner. lm-ft to right: Carol Moore, Barbara LaMar, Mr. Thomas Tear, Instructor. Francais Wright, Sue Ka- sey. Myrna Burnette. C111 Carl: Jean Ellington, Jer- ry Bateman. Jerry Wead- on, Loretta Cook. Dot Fow- ler, Sadie Hall. T.C.H. CLUB DRIVER TRAINING FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 1""Wa i Mrs. Hoover Merita Hopkins Mary Edith Aaron Shirley Cox Carol Gilbert Adviser President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer F1'o'nL row, left to right: Mrs. Hoover, Adviser, Carol Gilbert. Jean Ford, Merita Hop- kins, Mary Edith Aaron, Ann Pratt, Shirley Cox, Carol Mclssac. Second row: Jackie Allen, Janice Gauldin, Louise Luther, Barbara Bryant, Iris Balser, Susan Stephens, Shirley Kirk- man, Sara Pratt, Yvonne Spain. Third row: Frances Hatcher, Rebecca Lawson, Shirley Hund- lcy, Carol Riddle, Sally McCullouch, Julia Brooks, Rita Hall. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA First row. left to right: Elwood Walker. Roy Searcy, Edwin Adkins, Ann Pratt, Louise Smart. Elizabeth King, Second row: Mrs. Ferguson, Adviser, Frances Nooe, Joan Griggs, Pete Barham, Everlena Haynes, Nadine Clark, Saundra Craddoek. Judy Golden. Third row: Sue Kasey. Carol Riddle, Elaine Fain, Jackie Stowe. Benny Hull, Jimmy Newman, Nancy Reeser, Betty H1irris. Ann Tyner. Fourth row: Billie Jean Holeman. Mary Hinternhoff. Betty Grogan, Anita Silver, Jo Ann Tulloch, Jacqueline Howlett, Virginia Handy, Margaret Meyers. Fifth row: Mr. Byrd, Adviser, Kenneth Houehins, Mr. Tomberlin, Lloyd Thomas, Jimmy Martin, Jimmy Farmer, Iva Roberts. FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB First row, left to right: Mrs. Yount, Adviser. Roma Harden Clark, Shelvie Borden, Benny Huff, Jackie Hundley, Glen Sykes, Ralph Walkef. Iva Roberts, Nadine Clark, Miss French, Ad- viser. Second Tow: Edwin Adkins, Elwood Walker, Shelby Gallimore. Betty Harris, Dru Wilkes, Jo Marie Smith, Margaret Meyers, Pat Newman, Joan Griggfs, Everlena Haynes. Third row: Lloyd Thomas, Perry Powell, Herbert Lewis, Mary Gilbert. Kay Shelton, Barbara Fayne, John- ny Hodges, Dot Fowler, Rita Hall, Keith Hundley. Fourth row: Tommy Harris, Herbert Finney, Sally ML-Culloueh, Merita Hopkins, Jimmy Newman, Ann Tyner, Bobby Edwards, Kenneth Pat- terson, Joe Tyner. VARSHWTCLUB DR.CgV.TYNER Dr. Tyner has for many years been a patron of our schools in gen- eral and of sports activity in parti- cular. He has assisted enormously in the athletic programs of our schools in the Tri-Cities, in the ca- pacity of physician, and has, as an exemplary citizen, become highly esteemed by all of us. V as fa Q-sua-nuqu.,wM.,..s.aM...,,,., - .Esta f :Q ,. MOREHEAD STADIUM! , C , fd X w.4.f 1 A Km, uLiix ,?,H. icy, N V L W .A K Front row, left to right: Buck Barrow, Jerry Bateman, George Woods, Billy Gallagher Kenneth Houchins, Henry Landress, Donnie Warren, Jimmy Martin, Pete Barham, Joe Tyner Bobby Jones. Second row: Pat Leffew, Mary Edith Aaron, Merita Hopkins, Sally McCul- louch, Frances Edens, Beulah Hawkins, Kenneth McCray, Keith Hundley, Norma Jones, Pat Newman, Mr. Price. Third row: Mr. Honeycutt, H. C. Pace, Tommy Harris, Bobby Bibey, Elwood Walker, Leon Walker, Bobby Tuggle, Kenneth Samuels. Ray Cox, William Reese Douglas Woods, Roy Searcy. "'l'hroug'h the survival ot' their children. happy parents are able to think calmly, and with a very prac- tical :1t't'ection ot' a world in which they have no direct share." -Walter Pater PORT Mr. Hough crowns Faye Holland Homeconiing' Queen as Tuffy looks on 1 O I Senlor Kenneth McCray Bobby Tuggle Wayne Griffin Bobby Jones Bobby Bibey Ray Cox Footballers Pele Barham 6? Roy Searcy Tommy Harris Johnny Hodges Keith Hundley Jimmy Martin FOOTBALL - We 14 Statesville 239 Martinsville 6 Reidsville 532 Walkertown , 7 Lexington l 14 Mt. Airy 25 Mineral Springs 6 Gray 25 Hanes William Reece Buck Barrow THE SQUAD Ifirsz row, left to right: Herbert Young, Mgr., David Butler, Otto Funderburke, Jimmy Emory, Jimmy Harper, Keith Hundley, Mack Roberson, George Huff. Olin Meeks, Bobby Rey- nolds, Ronnie Meeks, Curtis Wray, Mgr. Second row: Johnny Minter. Sammie Gammons, Jim LalVIzn', Jimmy Newman, Jimmy Martin, Buck Barrow, Pete Barham, Tommy Harris, Billy Gal- lagher, Johnny Hodges, Dave Hamrick, George Woods, Bobby Bibey, Ronnie Rippy. Third row: Mr. Price, Wayne Grihin. Donnie Warren, Doug Woods. Lloyd Thomas, Kenneth McCray, Roy Searcy, Bobby Tuggle, William Reece, Ray Cox, H. C. Pace, Frankie May, Bobby Jones, Mr, Soles, Mr. Honeycutt. 195 They 12 13 7 6 7 13 0 7 7 3 5 1 Statesville Lexington Sizitesville Lexington Ashebo ro Carolina Fi Mt. Airy Hanes Reidsville DISTRICT TOURNEY Walkertown North Davidson Gray BASKETBALL We 82 Gray 56 Greensboro 54 Hanes 74 Reidsville 69 Asheboro 73 Martinsville 55 Gray 80 Bassett 69 Martinsville Freshmen 60 STATE TOURNEY 33 Whiteville 57 Kannapolis 59 Kinston THE CHAMPIONSHIP SQUAD Carvel Nichols, Kenneth Samuels Roy Searcy g 4 ills, First row, left to right: Leon Walker, Kenn:th McCray, Kenneth Samuels, Carvel Nichols, Roy Searey, Edwin Adkins, Tommy Harris, Joe Tyner. Second TOIUZ Ronnie Woodall, Kenneth Foddrell, William Reece, Kenneth Williams, Don Williams, Tommy Turner. Henry Landress. Coach. Ray Rhodes. Third row: Managers: Buck Barrow, Keith Hundley. STATE CHAMPIONS AGAIN -- W Agn.. ii E :E H 1 mm A 3 1 :gym ,MBU , E ll 1 - K E wg f' -TQ CONGRATULATIONS BOYS f Tia 4 gk K 2 :ir 3 - km' , W K r X mf Q j gg zz: if 5 xi" f ff Q' Q" gf? 2 5 fx , i W5 5 M ' 5 jug, Q 'K X Q, ' W ', . A , gm .121 KQIN I Iglyffgflm xv Q ' Wifi ' 5 ggi WM .5 G 141 52 V15 kiwi.-f Lf A X 'wb 55' K' U' 1 K L 0 ' . I x rp A. 1 Us ! 'tx I E M 1 ,, 1 ,fr KV' VH V4 F V if or M J. 8 -,rfhri , 4, K 5 'A J , A . 'W' -Q1 'fa' ,P ,fy x-,X u PORT ' we -1 ,my s GOLF' f Left to right: Mr. Nas- sar, coach: Roy Searcy, Henry Landress, Kenneth Samuels, Ralph Walker. Essrin Morris, Tony Sheaf- fer. TENNIS Left to right: Mr. Nas- sar, coach: Bobby Edwards. Bud Reeser, Kenneth Fod- drell, Tommy Harris, Ted Harrison. 1?4.1?S.lf4.L,?K.J.P!1 l?l.12g12.1.4 MORE ANNUAL WORKERS comeei UPN SING FOR YOUR SUPPER WARP Amo woor ,, Y, 9 Pmze Pnoroemvuea Roemnwoofs UUU b1'UKlb X X at W 4 an N X 4' Q, The proof of the pudding is in the eating Miguel De Cervantes PET I ADAM'S PHOTO ICECREAM BAR . Hmm--Boy!! Good Food?? Yes!!! Washington St. t L0 .. KW!! A I M gf! - f v - , i. If l A .M B LEAIEQQR EQK ff. My V fjf s ,W ff' ! o 'iii fwggggefi My My w 5 ' Vw! f www W' ' W g1E?,f+fy,gf,M ' nf? YQ Q ,. - I - 4 wwf WMQJQWMQQLIJ zmfML..f,z'?fTwn4l2lf M772 of ff ,,f1,Q Oxy Qui, ,Ca Dwlijga jwfiwf Chnl 4710? J Q,6b nQs10f,j2MfM U QAM ,IZA kwa, 1A1 ,2,Q..l c'VLM exflloxulhd' !lQ!M4nV47H!0I cb I urjy Xtgjflvbzfu fu? '7U-f 7X1 -'I X fm? 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