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1962 Sports
Sports
1962 Faculty & Staff
Faculty & Staff
1962 Class Roster
Class Roster
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BOBBY ALLEN
President
MRS. BETTY BLANFORD
Advisor
MR. ERNEST ETHERIDGE
Advisor
SUE COTTON
Lunchroom Director
DONN WOOD
Publicity Director
BRENDA BENTON
Public Service Director
CAROLYN WRIGHT
Traffic Director
SUSAN EASTES
Vice-president
Class Representatives: Lawrence Bond, Jeri Kaplan, Ronnie Ayres, Charles Gaskins, Billy Williams, Frances Barnes, Roy White.
Row one: Alan Blachman, Kathy Pollock, Linda Holland-secretary, Linda Whaley-president, Ann Clark, Julia Dorsey Reed, Joyce Meyer, Ronnie Bean. Row two: Elsie Lewis, Ruby Schonfeld, Paula Lippard, Susan Buck, Bette Parker, Bonnie Dratler, Judy Lewis. Row three: Leycester Owens, Gary Barnes, Cary Garrenton, Bobby Allen, Ed Barry, John Benton.
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MISS AVIS SHUMAKER
Advisor
LINDA WHALEY
President
Row one: Gerry Cocke, Frances Byrd, Pat Byrd, Helen Cross, Dianne Twilley, Missie Hodges, Dee Jones, Judy Fisher. Row two: Charlaron Hudgins, Arm Gayle Guyot, Jean Foxworth, Betty Lou Spencer, Barbara Newsome, Bonnie Odell, Lisa Louthian. Row three: Louise Albertson, Harry Hankla, Bill Schneider, Robert Bunger.
Court  of  Honor
MRS. IRMA CARTER
Advisor
JEAN FOXWORTH
President
KATHRYNE SMITH
Senior Representative
JULIA DORSEY REED
Junior Representative

Claudia Crutchlow is absorbed in literature
Linda Dashiell, Carolyn Warren, Brenda Simmer, Howard Skinner, Donna Mtller Lmda Arrmgton, Jean Blythe look ahead to the next day's assignment.
Class takes in Cathy Pollock's oral book report.
Mr. Pat Riley during a lighter moment in class
Test time in Mrs. Margaret Carter's English class
Miss Audrey Vincent explains Latin construction to third year students.
Mrs. Alice Morse at language lab controls.
The French flag was made by Mrs. Dorothy Rickman's students.
Scenes of Paris don bulletin board in French class.
Mrs. Morse puts Spanish students through vocabulary drill.
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Robert Bunger, Ronnie Ayres complete trig problems.
Mr. J .T. Underwood waits for Bernard Moore and Ann Clark to complete geometry problems before checking.
Charles Collette explains algebra problem to Cheryl Willis.
John Sammons points out method of working solid geometry example to Phillip Whitehurst.
SCientific application of mathematics.
Mrs, Marguerette Chiswell goes over test questions with history class.
Jim H. Hagwood takes in every word in Miss Codd's government class.
Mr. Ted Masters brings out a point which is amusing to Michael Opauski and Janie Wall
"Opportunity time" in Mr. Ernest Etheridge's class,
Frances Harrellson looks on as Mr. Morris Blachman checks her work.
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Ricky Robinson and chart of leaf specimen's.
Bobbie Weiss works hard to make chemistry experiment a success.
Mr. Paul Gibbs demonstrates use of pulleys in general science class.
Miss La.ura Pool explains problem in Biology to Judy Miller.
Sam Markman and Johnny Failes measure chemicals for experiment.
Miss Laura Pool explains genetics to biology class..
Mrs. Annie Laurie Edwards keeps
a watchful eye on student's pro-gress during Chemistry Lab.
Biology lecture.
Charles Collette, Bob Leary, Harry Hankla during an experiment.
Linda Hines works on biology drawing.
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Violin section or orchestra during one of the daily practices.
Mr. Michael Laguta looks determined during orchestra practice.
Mr. Dickie Barnes practices with 8th grade chorus.
Mr. Richard Dill and band members during practice break.
Mrs. Gertrude Anderson goes over Susie Oliver's schedule.
Mrs. Nell Whaley checks card file.
James Cox looks amazed as Miss Ricketts shows him his test scores.
Linda Evans, Cookie Brocksmtth, Julia Dorsey Reed make ap-pointments with guidance counselors.
Miss Georgiana Woodhouse discusses college plans with Mildred Baker.
Miss Dorothy Diehl shows Julie Wood how to cut out a pattern.
Mrs. Elinor Dalton helps Linda Myers layout sewing pattern.
Linda Ladd poses for art class.
Lois Haynes, Mrs. Ellen Norcom, Louise Albertson at work in art room.
Judy Vick and Nina Jo Beazley make sure this pot won't boil.
Pat Jernigan, Susan White, Frances Barnes, Linda Smith keep up with their typing
Susan Johnston hunts and pecks!
Carla Sorrell and Margie Kornegay practice on office machines.
Judy Vick and Sandra Keith prepare for a future in the business world.
Marsha Pegram concentrates on the touch system.
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Dot Barnes assigns newspaper articles as Ginger Martin looks on.
Janie Wall seems more interested in what Paula Lippard is doing than in what Mr. Riley is saying.
Susan Eastes, Mary Martin Keel, Carolyn Sawyer, Barbara Herbert, Judy Lewis, Michael Blachman, Tommy Lewis practice headline writing.
"Wonder what Larry Keenan and Jerry Philips are thinking about?"
Mr. Pat Riley in a rare serious pose during creative writing class.
Ronald Price delivers his speech before public speaking class.
"Carolyn, you're out of step with the rest of your row!"
Mr. Riley helps Gail Gaddy select a topic for her speech.
Mrs. Oliver enjoys SCA capers. That's Lawrence Bond trying the cup balancing act on Donn Wood's head to the amusement of the rest of the members (TAD).
Neither wind, nor rain, nor SNOW keep Lowry Hundley from answering the morn ing school bell.
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Robert Bullock and Paul English seem pleased with results in mechanical drawing class.
Mr. Harry White pauses for his portrait
Mr. Elmer Martin helps Mickey Odom with wood shop project.
Mr. John Dragseth demonstrates technique for Joe Gillikan and Cary Bonenberger.
Wayne Outland exersises ability in electric shop.
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