Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

 - Class of 1955

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V ’’ ' - ' ' ’ f -o ' TI ■ ilfW ' »• ' ■ ! ?.■ ■-vsstiS Th e 5S CHIEF ‘Pxc CHtecC . ScHton. p Sc oC Ttont V olume VII The Sfaff takes great pleasure in presenting to you the 1955 edition of " The Chief. " This yearbook represents the result of many hours of concentrated planning and work, and we sincerely hope that the result is satisfactory to all who have had a part in making this publication possible. As you will note, we have used for our theme the idea of " footprints on the sands of time " — Footprints up and down the corridors of Ahoskie High, in and out of its classrooms, romping across the shining floor of its gymnasium, shuffling along in line at the cafeteria, rushing eagerly out at the close of a school day — all these activities and many more which go to make up the life of a dynamic, pulsing institution, teeming with life and hope for the future — inoa word, the life of Ahoskie High School. Editor Whose sympathy, understanding, and earnest endeavors on our behalf have been of incalculable aid in guiding and directing the footprints of the students of Ahosicie High School, this edition of the CHIEF is dedicated as a token of our sincere appreciation, gratitude and respect. RUSStELL P. MARTIN Superintendent Jamesville High School, Jamesville, North Carolina; A.B., Duke University; M.A,, Wake Forest; World War II Veteran; Principal of Seaboard High School; Prin¬ cipal of Windsor High School; Superintendent of Hert¬ ford County Schools. A. WOODROW TAYLOR Principal Grifton High School, Grifton, North Carolina; B.S., Atlantic Christian College; M.A., U. N. C.; World War II Veteran, First Lieutenant; Principal Creedmoor High School, Creedmoor, N. C. MISS DEBORAH MARY BROWN 1 2-D; Woodland, N. C.,- Corinth Academy, Ivor, Va.; English; A.B., Guilford College; University of Vir¬ ginia,- Colombia University. MRS. DEANS BRETT 12-H; Kerr, N. C.; Franklin High School; Social Science, English, Campbell College,- B.S., Wake Forest. v , MiSTALLAN r. PCJ , I I English, History; h ' School; Science, College. N. C.; Scotland Neck High School; A.B., W.C.U.N.C. MRS. R. P. MARTIN 11-D; Marshville, N. C.; Marshville High School; French, English, Wingate Junior College,- A.B., E.C.C.; Wake Forest College. MR. JOSEPH J. LASSITER i 1 l-L; Conway, N. C.; Conway High School; Science, • Algebra, Physics; M.A., E.C.C. •• AAR. JOSEPH G. WOODWORTH 9-J,- Erwin, N. C.; Erwin High School; Social Studies; A.C.C.; E.C.C.; A.B. MR. JOHN DAUGHTRY 9-L; Wilmington, N. C.,- New Hanover High School; Physical Education, Social Studies,- E.C.C.,- B.S. MR. ROBERT WILSON BROWN Band Director; Rich Square, N. C.; Rich Square High School; Wake Forest College; Mus. B., A.C.C .; Catholic University; Master ' s Degree, University of Florida. MRS. ROBERT WILSON BROWN Piano; Spencer, N. C.; Spencer High School; Mars Hill College; A.B., Meredith College. n r..- MR JUL’ N PITTMAN FREEMAN Cates, N. C., Gates F-igh School; Algebra, Geometry; C. ' mpbell College; A.C.C.; ,A.B. • JOHN WFoLEY YOUNG, JR. urnsvillo, N. C.; Tipton Hill High School; Social Science, T h .-S ' cal, Education; Brevard College; B.S., E.C.C.; ixiorthwestern Universiry; A.S.T.C.; E.C.C., Masters Degree. MISS BARBARA PARKER Kelford, N. C.; Roxobel-Kelford High School; Busi¬ ness Education; B.S.; S.A.; W.C.U.N.C. MISS MARY ROSE RUMMAGE Public School Music; Albemarle, N. C.; Albemarle High School; Meredith; A.B. MRS. A. WOODROW TAYLOR Home Ec; Lillington, N. C.; Lillington High School; Peace; E.C.C.; A.B. Degree. MR. LANSING C. PEACOCK Roper, N. C.; Roper High School; Agriculture; B.S.; N. C. State College. MRS. JEAN TAYLOR Office Secretary; Ahoskie, N. C.; Murfreesboro High School; Smithdeal; Massey Business College, Rich¬ mond, Va. MRS. IVOR BRAY REYNOLDS Camden County, N. C.; Piano; Blackstone Virginia Junior College; Bristow Harding School of Music; Hans Barth, Instructor; Greensboro; Goldsboro; Virginia Beach. MISS IRMA HOPE HURFF County Supervisor; Suffolk, Va.; Suffolk High School; William and Mary; A.B.; Columbia; M.A.; Harvard; Duke; Northwestern. MRS. MARGARET M. GILBERT 8th Grade; Carthage, N. C.; Sandhill Farm Life School; Flora Macdonald; B.S. MISS EARLINE WHITEHURST 8th Grade; Elizabeth City, N. C.; Central High School; Louisburg; E.C.C.; A.B. I MRS. VERNON L. SHACKELFORD 7th Grade; Union, N. C.; Ahoskie High School; W.C.U.N.C.; A.B. MISS FRANCES PARKER 7th Grade; Severn, N. C.; Severn High School; E.C.C.; B.S. MRS. MILDRED B. FERGUSON 7th Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Ahoskie High School; E.C.C.; A.B. MRS. JOSEPHINE C. PEACOCK 6th Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Rockingham High School; E.C.C.; A.B. MRS. GARNETTE B. HUGHES 6th Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Colerain High School; W.C.U.N.CT; A.B. MISS PEARL LAMB 6th Grade; Jamesville, N. C.; Pantego High School; A.C.C.; A.B. MISS ANNIE LAURIE SESSOMS 5th Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Ahoskie High School; E.C.C.; A.B. MRS. LOUISE H. GARRETT 5th Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Lake Viev High School, S.C.; Limestone College, S.C.; E.C.C., A.B. j MRS. ERNESTINE V. NORTHCOTT 5th Grade; Woodland, N. C.; Woodland-Olney I High School; E.C.C.; A.B. MISS MARY C. WILLIFORD j 4th Grade; Aulander, N C.; Aulander High School; Peace College; Meredith College; A.B. ,| MRS. SAM J. BOYETTE 4th Grade; Lewiston, N. C.; Lewiston High School; Littleton; Wake Forest College; Certificate. MRS. ANTOINETTE C. PETERSON 4th Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Ahoskie High School; Meredith; A.B. MRS. L. B. RICE 3rd Grade; Windsor, N. C.; Windsor High School; E.C.C.; A.C.C.; A.B. MRS. EDITH E. HARRELL 3rd Grade; Plymouth, N. C.; Plymouth High School; W.C.U.N.C.; A.B. MRS. LEE HALL 3rd Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Ahoskie High School; Chowan; E.C.C.; A.B. MISS MARIETTA PICOT 2nd Grade; Como, N. C.; Como High School; Chow¬ an. MRS. FANNIE DOWNS 2nd Grade; Winton, N. C.; Menola High School; E.C.C.; A.C.C.; A.B. MRS. LOIS S. YOUNG 2nd Grade; Ahoskie, N. C.; Ahoskie High School; E.C.C.; A.B. MRS. GLADYS E. BOZEMAN 1st Grade; Red Oak, N. C.; Red Oak High Schi ' .ol; E.C.C.; A.C.C.; A B. MRS. ALICE R. DAUGHTRY 1st Grade; Wilson, N. C.; Charles L. Coon, Ll ih School; E.C.C.; B.S. MISS AGNES SIMONS 1st Grade; Colerain, N. C.; Colerain High School; W.C.U.N.C.; A.B. Mrs. Jean Tayloe at work. Se Uo% O cce ' ■ William Randolph Nichols President Latin Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; JV Football 1; Basketball Manager 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Pow Wow 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. James Russell AAodlin Vice President Latin Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4, President 4; Vice President of Class 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Marshal 3. -- - , - Kuci o nr (2. uoo -x:ie.f i 4 ' -i.i V ' KS ' A i Frances Paige Wood Secretary Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Chief 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Basketball 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Class Sec¬ retary-Treasurer 2; Annual 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Marshal 3. Clarice Earle Dilday Treasurer Beta Club 3, 4; Treasurer of Class 3, 4; Annual Co- Editor 4; Pow Wow Staff 3, 4; 4-H 1, 2, 4, President 2; Homecoming Queen 3; Halloween Queen 3; Winner Recitation Contest 3; Chief Marshal 3; Intramurals 3, 4. 4 I Janice Louise Alston Band 1, 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; FHA 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 4-H 1; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Intramural President 1. William Ward Arrington Latin Club 4; Glee Club 2; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4. I Frank Yeates Ashfield I Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; I Student Council 4; Dance Band 3, 4. i Thomas Walter Barnes T-Bone ! FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. i i I I -s -v, Merrill Wesley Belch FFA 1, 2; 4-H 4; Intramural 3; Glee Club 3. Carol Jeanette Bell Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2; 4-H 1, 2, Secretary 1; Intramural Sports 1, 3; Office Assistant 4. Francis Mitchell Benthall Glee Club 4; Football 2; FFA 1, 2; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. Joseph Blowe Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4. William McCoy Britton Football 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 4. Shirley Lee Brown FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3; 4 H 1, 2. 3. Agnes Louise Byrum Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1 Vice Pi .‘sident 2, President 3; Student Council 3, 4-H 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 3. Robert Craig Castello j seball 3; FFA 1, 2, 3. Dorothy Jean Cobb Glee Club 1; FHA 1, 2; Student Council 1; 4-H 1, 2, GsrtALD Bennette Davis Beta Club Vice President 1; 4-H 1; Home room Treasv e jr Q Sarah Imogens Dilday Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band, Flagbearer 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual 4; Pow Wow 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; 4-H 1, 2; Class Intramural President 3. Mary Anne Dilday Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, 4-H 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 3; Office Assistant 4. Leora Jane Godwin iy Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1, Carlton Earl Hall Latin Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Band 1; 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; ball 2, 3, 4. JuDSON Eure Glee Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All Conference 3, 4, Honor-ible Mention All-State 3; Biseh’ll. 4; Bus Driver 4; 4-H 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. Gloria Richardson Fretwell Glee Club 1; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Bi-County Secretary 3, 4; 4 H 1. ■jJ y oj y Glee Club 3; Row Wow Staff 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Re¬ porter 4, Social Chairman 3; 4-H 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2. I Jane Blair Fretwell Kathryn Louise Godwin Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette and Flagbearer; Beta Club 3, 4; Row Wow Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; Student Council 1, 2, 4, Sec¬ retary 2; 4-H Club 1, 2. Ramon Alphonso Harmon latin Club 3, 4; Football 1; FFA 1, 2, V ice President 1; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1; Intramural 3, 4. James Perry Hill Latin Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4. V Dora Elizabeth Hobbs Libby Latin Club 2, 3, 4. Arthur Lee Horton FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sentinel 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; 4-H 1 2, 3, 4;. Intramurals 3. John Albert Hughson FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; 4-H 1, 2 Emily Cornelia Jernigan Glee Club 1; Pow Wow 4; FHA 1, 2; 4-H 1,2 CHARli RAy4 LPh J.ERNIGAN Latin Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3; 4-H 1, 2, 3; J.V. ball 1. Kennith Johnson Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA 1-4 Barbara Ann Jones Glee Club 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; 4-H 1, 2. Joe Cephus Lassiter J. c. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager; Baseball 1, Manager, Basketball 1, Manager. , Ray Roberts Lassiter Glee Club 3; Varsity Club 3, 4, Vice Pres ball 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; C 3; Annual Staff 4; Pow V ow Staff 4; J. 2; 4-H Club 1; President Infra. 4. Charles Hoggard AAaddrey Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Band 1, Club 3, 4, President 4; J.V. Football 1, 2; Van Baseball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Vars Beta Club 3, 4; Class President 1; Annual Student Council 1, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Marshal 3 Mary Elizabeth Maxham Glee Club 4; 4-H 1, 2. Fred Hayes M Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Cluh ' j; 3, 4; FootbalK 2, 3, A;, ball j£ Presid 3 lub Jjl nMrsha T; Vjafsity Club X 6 sketball 2, iss Treasurer 1; Annual Julia Godwin Mizelle L atin Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1 Annual Staff 4; Pow Wow Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1. Sally Parker Moore Beta Club 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pow Wow Staff 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff, Circulation Editor 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Class Vice Presi- Jane Wyatt McGee Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Annual Staff, Editor 4; Pow Wow 3, 4; Assistant Business Manager 3, Assistant Editor 4; FHA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Student Council 2; 4-H Club 1, 2; Marshal 3. Doris Jean Myers Glee Club 4; FHA 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3 Richard Blount Odom Biddie Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Giee Club 2, 3; Band 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4, District Vice President 4; Class President 2; Student Council 1, 3, 4, Vice Presi¬ dent 3, President 4; Bus Driver 4; 4-H 2; Marshal 3. Larry Winston Powell Varsity Club 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Class Secretary 1, 3; Annual Staff 4; Marshal 3. Ann Carolyn Riddick Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1, 2. Billy Kent Rogerson Hoot Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Baseball 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Beta Club 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Class In¬ tramural President 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4. D William Carlton Ross Bill Latin Club 4. Albert Lineberry Sumner Bones, Hook, The Goose Glee Club 2, 3; Beta Club 3; Annual Staff 4; In tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Sandra Dianne Upchurch Transferred from Marylana 3; FTA 2, Secretary; Art Club 2; Library Club 2; Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1. Mabel Reid Vaughan I Mildred Manning Williams Glee Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 4; Flagbearer 1, 2; Major¬ ette 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Bus Driver 4; Cheerleader 3; 4-H Club 1, 2; Secretary 2. Jacqueline Willoughby Jackie Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette; FHA 3. Jimmy Willoughby Robert Ellis Willoughby Pete Latin Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class Officer, Vice President 2; Student Council 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; In¬ tramurals 1. Esther Lee Winslow Larry Norvell Wynns Polecat Latin Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; SPECIAL STUDENT James Floyd Newsome Flossy V, V EMILY CARLTON GLORIA RANDOLPH SALLY GERALD PAIGE and FRED LEORA BARBARA FRANK i CLARICE MILDRED f ITij DIANNE o AGNES I MABLE I 55 IMOGENE CHARLES JULIA JANE F. MARY ANNE JANE M. 4 Best Dressed PAIGE WOOD LARRY POWELL Best Personality JAMES MODLIN IMOGENE DILDAY ’ y, y. Lyi - 7 Besf All-round RICHARD ODOM IMOGENE DILDAY 4 Best Lovers MILDRED WILLIAMS i LARRY WYNNS Wittiest V Most Popular PAIGE WOOD RICHARD ODOM ALBERT SUMNER SALLY MOORE -IT " iiil SS ■ T s s ' i 1 ' Ze‘ ift Ah 3i ' ■ t “4 li ll Pr ME f « ifc ' ■ ' ' • 9 p- ' 3 1 1 -d |d Mrs. Odom, Mrs. McGee, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Willoughby, Mrs. Godwin, Mrs. Byrum, Mrs. Fretwell, Mrs. Moore. Nof pictured: Mrs. Dilday, Mr. Maddrey, Mr. Miller and Mr. Byrum. We Seniors all much gratitude owe To those gracious ladies whose pictures we show; To each and to all go our thanks sincere For helping make ' 55 a red letter year. RALPH WILLOUGHBY President EDNA SPEIGHT Vice President SYLVIA JENKINS Secretary OLIVER PROCTOR Treasurer Billy Asbell Emily Askew Hugh Bazemore Ruby Lou Bazemore olly Belch Al-Bet hall Bobgy Bi ck Ray Brabl V Billy Bracy Fred Bracy Betty Lou Brett Pat Britton Jack Bunch Delia Burgess Carlton Byrum Durwood Coker Bob Cooke Barbara Ann Doughtit Sidney Futrell Dickie Garrett A Alice Paige Godwjn Fred Godwin Barbara Harrell Gay Harrell Nell Iris Harrell Reva Harrell Judy Hepner Henry Horton Syvillia Horton Bill Jones Paul Jones James Joyner I Frances Knight Faye Lewis Jo Anne Linkous Betty Ann Liverman June Morris Eley Newsome Joan Overton ' y Juanita Phelps j Ray Ralph Dan Ross James Rountree Billy Sparks Dolores Spivey Jo Anne Spivey Mary Rose Sullivan . Marian Turner Jackie Whedbee Tommy Wheeler Stuart Williams Shirley Woodley BILLY BOONE President BETTY JO LASSITER Secretary-T reasurer Lloyd Earl Alston Robert Lee Ayscue Delores Barnes Jean Bazemore Anne Beale Rachel Blowe Peggy Bracy Randolph Britton Arthur Brown Floyd Bryan Stella Burgess Marie Burkette Margaret Byrd Margaret Cowan Bobby Crawford Peggy Curley Betty Davis Billy Dilday Joan Dunlowe Jimmy Earley Betty Edwards Chuck Edwards Curtis Eure Frank Eure Nancy Faucette Jimmy Francis Betsy Freeman Mary Ann Fretwell Earl Gardner Anna Gatling Geraldine Godwin Sidney Harmon lAlice Harrell Iris Harrell Marian Harris S’; % Burleigh Hill Alice Hoggard June Howard Tommye Ann Hughes AAollie Hurst f- f 9 Donald Jernigan A T. Jernigan Bernard Jones ' Dwight Kirkland Faye Lee Everette Liverman Shelby Liverman Henry Matthews Jo Ann McLeod Lenora Mitchell Modie Mizelle Phillip Modlin Arthur Moore Margaret Newsome Jeanette Nichols Barbara Overton Joan Parker Ruth Perry Eva Pope Betty Sue Raye Jimmy Raynor Jean Ross C. C. Rowe James Smith Joyce Spivey Richard Tillery Susie Tillery Herbert Turner Mary Jo Vaughan Paul Wall Kenneth Warren Nancy Whebdee Jimmie Williums Robert Williams Maxine Wise Not pictured: Charles riall Donald Harrell Bruce Holloman Mr. Daughtry ' s Science Class. 1 vn i ' 1 1 w- h L ■ 1 Om JvIC, LiLi- iP I TOMMY BROWN President JIMMY JOYNER Vice President JEAN KNIGHT ' V Secretary r CAROLYN BRETT Treasurer Wayne Baker Martha Hope Basnight Janice Bazemore Jean Beale Robert Blowe Obed Brabble Barbara Brown Harold Bunch Phoebe Byrum Joyce Chitty Rebecca Copper Gene Davis Shirley Davis v McCoy Dilday Rose Nell Dilday Mary Jane Dunn Elaine Early Johnny Early Monty Early Charles Edwards Ronald Edwards Dan Eure Betty Lou Fretwell Ben Godwin Paul Godwin Reta Godwin Margaret Hall June Harrell Kenneth Harris Alex Hayes Christine Hoggard Shirley Hoggard Lillie Gray Horton Joe Howard Carol Ray Hudson William King Everette Knighf Ann Lewis Fred liverman Ida Lockamy Iris Lockamy Marie Mathias Judy Miller Billy Milne Jackie Morris I 1 Zoble Morris James Mulder Joyce Ann Mulder Dennis Nichols Charles Overton Billy Parker Dorothy Peele Peggy Perry Clayton Piland Cordelia Proctor i 1 Peggy Riddick Carlton Robertson G. C. Rogerson Sondra Rountree Mary Frances Ruffin » Edna Staton Gayle Swain Billy Tayloe Richard Tayloe Amy Taylor , Elizabeth Wall Douglas White Merilyn White Ray White Donald Whitley Earl Williams Ann Willoughby Harold Wise Not pictured: Rudolph Bell Wayne Burkette Erma Byrd Billy Conner Wayne Conner Cedric Conner J. D. Hill Richard Jernigan Bob Lassiter Above; Everette Liverman, Jimmy Williams, Eley Newsome, James Rountree, Mildred Williams, Arthur Horton, Tommy Wheeler, McCoy Britton, Francis Benthall. Below—Back row: Carlton Mitchell, Horace Mitchell, Jessie Casper. Front row: Buddie Mitchell, Clayton Beard, Donnie Mitchell. J. Asbeil, C. Askew, P. Askew, J. Bar- row, G, Beaman, : Blowe, M. Blowe. D. Brabble, B. Brfnkley, J. Brinkley, J. Burch, V. Burkette, L. Cooper, L. Cooper. J. Cowan, B. Creech, J. Davis, S. Dil- cJay, J. Earley, R. Earley, W. Edwards. J. Flowers, P. Garner, L. Godwin, G. Grant, AA. Gupton, B. Harrell, B. Hol¬ lingsworth. D. Holloman, S. Hopkins, R. Hurst, D. Jackson, E. Jen kins, R. Jernigan, C. Johnson. E. Jones, B. Joyner, H. Joyner, L. Keel, F. Knight,- C. Lassiter, D. Leggett. B. Matthews, I. Matthews, L. McKeel, C. Mitchell, H. Mitchell, R. Moseley, R. Morris. D. Newsome, F. Nichols, B. Overton, B. Overton, C. Perry, P. Pierce, C. Ray. P. Rice, J. Robertson, L. Ross, J. Ruffin, K. Shue, B. Smith, R. Smith. R. Sullivan, C. Todd, J. Turner, F. Wil¬ liams, J. Williams, A. Willoughby, P. Willoughby. Above; Eighth Grade, Miss Whitehurst, Mrs. Gilbert. Below: Seventh Grade, Miss Dukes, Miss F. Parker, Mrs. Ferguson. Not Pictured: Eighth, V. Dickens, M. Monk, Seventh, R. Ayscue. R. Alston, B. Andrews, M. Askew, W. Askew, B. Beale, L. Blanchard, B. Blowe. J. Britt, D. Brown, J. Brown, D. Burk¬ ette, D. Cannady, J. Charles, W. Collin. J. Cooke, M. Cowan, D. Davis, D. Davis, P. Davis, B. Dickens, A. Dilday. E. Dilday, L. Doughtie, P. Dunning, D. Earley, J. Earley, M. Earley, H. Ed¬ wards. T. Farmer, E. Fretwell, S. Futrell, L. Garrett, J. Gilbert, J. Godwin, T. Gray. C. Green, D. Hall, J. Hall, R. Harmon, B. Harrell, L. Harrell, H. Hoggard. L. Hoggard, M. Jackson, N. Jernigan, L. Johnson, B. Jones, L. Jones, M. Jones. R. Joyner, T. Joyner, J. King, C. Lassi¬ ter, J. Lassiter, O. Lassiter, E. Lee. J. Linsay, A. Liverman, J. Maddrey, V. Massey, B. Matthews, B. McKeel, B. McKeel. B. Miller, M. Milne, C. Mitchell, N. Mitchell, R. Mitchell, G. Mulder, R. Mul¬ der. C. Myers, E, Newbold, B. Newsome, A. Nichols, J. Nichols, B. Overton, B. Overton. T. Overton, S. Perkinson, F. Perry, L. Pritchard, R. Pritchard, B. Ralph, E. Rogerson. J. Rose, A. Ruffin, R. Skinner, E. Swain, C. Tayloe, P. Tayloe, F. Taylor. V. Thompson, K. Tillery, C. White, D. Wiggins, B. Williams, D. Williams, D. Willoughby. W. Wise, A. Wright, R. Writtenberry. M. Ainsley, R. Asbell, T. Asbell, D. As¬ kew, J. Askew, L. Askew, W. Askew. A. Beale, H. Beaman, C. Beard, S. Bell, J. Benthall, H. Betha, G. Birch. I A. Blowe, J. Boiden, L. Brabble, B. Burkefte, P. ByruiTi, ' J. Casper, M. Casr tellow. C. Cato, J. Cbamblee, AA. Cnamblee, AA. Chancier, D. Clark, B. Clubb, AA. Cook. P. Cooper, P. Darden, A. Dilday, B. Dilday, G. Dilday, J. Dilday, S. Drake. S. Eagles, A. Godwin, Godwin, S. Godwin, AA. rell. E. Godwin, J. Hall, C. Har- C. Harrell, A. Harrison, E. Hoggard, J. Hoggard, AA. Holloman, J. Huston, B. Howell. W. Jernigan, W. Knight, K. Krause, K. W. Lacy, J. Lee, D. Linkous, R. Lock- amy. D. AAassey, AA. AAatthews, R. AAaxham, A. AAcGee, L. AAcKeel, W. AAinton, B. AAitchell. B. Newbold, B. O ' Berry, T. Oliver, J. Outlaw, D. Overton, AA. Overton, AA. Overton. B. Perry, T. Powell, A. Rawls, J. Rawls, J. Rawls, N. Rae, B. Riddick. A. Ritter, L. Roark, K. Robertson, AA. Sadler, S. Swain, B. Vanderberry, R. Vann. B. Vinson, C. West, B. Whedbee, C. White, R. White, B. Williams, B. Wil¬ liams. V. Williams, A. Williford, E. Willough¬ by, F. Winslow. Not Pktuied: Sixth, C. Boyd, C. Con¬ ner, J. Overton, R. Swain, S. Todd. J. Andrews, J. Armistead, P. Askew, H. Babb, AA. Baker, AA. Bell, S. Benton. W. Blanchard, J. Blowe, L. Blowe, D. Brabble, L. Bracy, AA. Brett, H. Byrd. I I I E. Capps, B. Goosey, R. Copeland, J. Davis, J. Davis, 1 ' . Davis, J. Dilday. S. Dunn, c. Early, J. Early, O. Ed¬ wards S. Edwards, E. Evans, L. Farmer. R. Farmer, T. Fretwell, E. Gupton, C. Hall, J. Hall, J. Harrell, S. Harrell. P. Harrell, J. Harris, J. Hawkins, J. Hoggard, R. Horton, B. HugFison, J. Jenkins. P. Jernigan, B. JoFinson, D. Jones, AA. Jones, A. Joyner, R. Joyner, B. Kinlaw. B. LaFere, J. Lassiter, C. Lowe, K. AAiller, J. AAinton, D. AAitchell, W. AAitchell. L. AAodlin, H. AAonk, E. AAorris, H. AAul- der, B. Myers, L. Newbold, M. New- some. J. NicFiols, R. Odom, B. Overton, E. Parker, R. Phelps, C. Pierce, J. Pierce. B. Pridgen, S. Raynor, G. Roberson, B. Sparks, C. Tayloe, T. Taylor, B. Thomas. D. Thornhill, B. Todd, P. Vinson, L. Whedbee, C. White, J. White, B. Wil¬ liams. J. Williams, J. Williams, P. Willough¬ by, J. Young. Not Pictured; H. Byrd, L. Byrum. D. Ayscue, S. Barrow, J. Barnes, R. Blowe, L. Blowe, J. Brett, R. Burkett. D. Burch, J. Byrd, N. Byrum, B. Casper, L. Clark, L. Cooke, L. Cooper. M. Davis, B. Dempsey, I. Dickens, H. Dilday, J. Dilday, A. Dilday, D. Eagles. J. Early, J. Early, J. Early, J. Er ' ryards, A. Freeman, J. Futrell, C. Ge ' r ' ,. S. Gilbert, R. Godwin, T. Godv. ' in, K. Hall, B. Hall, C. Harmon, B. Harrell. V. Harrell, J. Harrell, J. Holloman, G. Jones, S. Jones, R. Jones, B. Joyner. G. Lassiter, AA. Liverman, A. AAassey, K. AAaxham, P. AAcSwain, C. AAitchell, P. AAitchell. B. Morris, D. Mosley, A. Moore, R. Mulder, H. Nelson, N. Nichols, B. Odom. J. Overton, J. Parker, M. Parker, G. Pearce, B. Perry, D. Peele, C. Reid. C. Rhoads, L. Ritter, E. Rose, B. Taylor, E. Vann, F. Vann, R. Vann. D. Vierson, J. Whaley, D. West, J. Williams. C. Askew, J. Askew, L. Baggett, L. Barnes, L. Barnes, K. Blowe, S. Bostic. B. Brabble, R. Brabble, P. Britton, M. Brown, D. Burch, M. Burden, J. Burk- ette. M. Byrum, F. Casper, T. Casper, T. Casper, G. Chitty, B. Collier, R. Cooper. B. Crawford, S. Davis, C. Dempsey, C. Drake, B. Edwards, D. Edwards, H. Felton. E. Freeman, M. Fretwell, B. Gilbert, D. Godwin, B. Harris, W. Hawkins, L. Hill. P. Hoggard, J. Hopkins, V. Howerton, C. Hughes, A. Johnson, W. Jones, T. King. M LaFear, S. Lassiter, W. Lassiter, C. ucwis. .S. Lockamy, E. Matthews, S. Matthews. F. McKeel, F. Miller, Y. Miller, C. Milne, K. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, F. Mizzelle. J. Monk, F. Morris, R. Morris, B. Mulder, L. Newsome, B. Nichols, J. Nichols. S. Nichols, D. Overton, J. Overton, L. Parker, M. Parker, B. Price, J. Purcell. J. Robertson, W. Robertson, Z. Roger- son, D. Ross, S. Ruffin, J. Savin, K. Sullivan. D. Sumner, N. Swain, M. Taylor, P. Taylor, S. Todd, G. Vann, A. Willough¬ by. J. Young. G. Allsbrook, C. Askew, J. Askew, N Askew, P. Askew, R. Baggette, B Baugham. J. Beale, S. Beard, B. Boone, B. Boy¬ ette, L. Bracy, K. Branum, L. Britten ham. B. Brown, J. Brown, J. Byrd, L. Byrd, L. Cameron, J. Casper, B. Charles. R. Davidson, R. Davis, S. Dickens, J. Dilday, B. Eure, J. Everette, D. Farless. D. Feher, L. Ferguson, L. Fornes, L. Fox, C. Freeman, P. Freeman, L. Fuller. L. Futrell, E. Garrett, P. Godwin, E. Hall, L. Hall, T. Harmon, M. Harrell. J. Harrell, T. Harris, J. Harris, P. Heath, B. Hill, L. Hoggard, D. Howell. B. Hughes, L. Jackson, C. Jern gan, L. Johnson, G. Jones, J. Jones, A. Joyner. A. King, P. Kinlaw, T. LaPear, N. Lassi¬ ter, S. Lee, M. Lewis, p, Lewis. C. Liverman, J. T. Lowers, C .AAcKeel, R. Miller, C. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, S. Mitchell. B. Mizzelle, K. Morris, R. Newsome, J. Nichols, B. Nowell, N. O ' Neal, G. Over- ton. S. Overton, S. Overton, J. Overton, C. Parker, A. Peterson, D. Pitman, M. Pow¬ ell. f. Raynor, O. Rawls, C. Reilly, G. Schulter, N. Sessoms, C. Shue, P. Spry. G. Stanley, W. Summer, H. Tayloe, W. Taylor, F. Todd, D. Upchurch, C. Vann. L. Vann, B. Vaughan, H. Vick, L. West, D. Whedbee, R. White, F. Wiggins. Williams, L. Below; First Grade, Mrs. Bozeman, Mrs. Daughtry, Miss Simons. Not Pictured: Second, H. Jenkins, J. R. Jones, L. Norvelle. D. Anderson, R. Baggett, L. Baugham, J. Bazemore, D. Beale, G. Bennett, J. E. Benton. R. Bland, D. Blowe, J. Blowe, R. Boul- din, R. Brabble, B. Branum, T. Bridgers. A. Brinkley, A. Britton, D. Brown, O. Burkette, R. Burkette, J. Byrum, J. Capps. R. Clark, D. Connor, L. Davis, A. Demp¬ sey, W. Dilday, L. Dilday, L. Drake. L . Dunlow, B. Dunning, M. Earley, B. Edwards, L. Edwards, R. Edwards, L. Finiay. .. Freeman, T. Freeman, R. Fuller, S. idwin, T. Godwin, L. Gray, M. Har¬ rell. T. Hawkins, J. Hoar, L. Horton, E. Jer- nigan, J. Jernigan, L. Jones, C. Jones. A. Jones, A. Lassiter, J. Lassiter, R. Las¬ siter, B. Matthews, H. McCoy, H, Mil¬ ler. M. Miller, E. Milne, C. Minton, F. Mitchell, S. Modlin, B. Moore, L. Morris. P. Morris, D. Nichols, J. Nichols, R. O ' Briant, S. Outlaw, S. Overton, D. Parker. L. Parker, E. Peele, B. Perry, D. Perry, S. Perry, J. Pierce, M. Rawls. S. Reynolds, J. Roark, R. Rose, M. Rowe, L. Sadler, E. Shepard, T. Slaughter. G. Slaughter, R. Sumner, B. Tayloe, J. Vick, S. Vinson, S. White, J. Wiggins. C. Winslow, J. Willoughby, G. Wilroy, L. Wilroy, P. Wommack. Not Pictured: C. Allen, E. Byrd, P, Doughtie, D. Nowell, R. Roundy, H. Vann. " We ' ll be good as gold, Mother " Gypsie and Myrtle Wilroy leaving for school. " MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE . . Principal A. Woodrow Taylor giving daily announcements over intercom system. 2uee DELIA BURGESS PATSY JERNIGAN BETTY BOYETTE StucCe tt r i Below—Standing: Mr. Jack Young, Billy Asbell, Betty Anne Liverman, Girls ' President; Billy Rogerson, Ray Lassiter, Boys ' President. Kneeling: Shirley Davis, Jean Bazemore, Carolyn Riddick, Alice Paige Godwin. Y ocL. mr 0i K ciuni b ;5rrA v B jy s Qlu Is S1 Oji.yAffi J m Bi i j " ' ' v IL . Jm H j i ' V i t 1 Pb- - W y F ' " -I k Bk ' i i ' c 1 S 1 kjCj ’ ■» »|- |S|B Mk f ; Ij " W : I Pfv miji r W i iwm iBiM liULffi |i 1 Pit , yi 1 k jPHBB| ’ ' ‘ r J i ! ft® 2ta STAFF: Suzannah Parker, Sally Moore, Jane McGee, Co-Editor,- Kathryn Godwin, Editor; Shirley Woodley, Business Manager; Julia Mizelle, Gay Harrell. Standing: Jackie Whedbee, Randolph Nichols, Mrs. Alan Powell, Sponsor; Nancy Whedbee, Betty Freeman. POW WOW REPORTERS: Ray Lassiter, Anna Gatling, Joan Overton, Betty Lou Brett, Betty Jo Vaughn, Betty Sue Ray, Joan Dunlowe, Marian Harris, Jane Fretwell, Emily Jernigan, Bernard Jones. Standing: Paul Jones, Tommye Hughes, Clarice Dilday, Nancy Faucette, Imogene Dilday, Burleigh Hill. [ Above: Charles Maddrey, President of the Varsity Club, crowning the Homecoming Queen, Shirley Woodley! Richard Odom, President of the Student Council, looks on with approval. 1 Below: The Trading Post, which the student b ody erected in honor of Homecoming. f 53- 3 uu uet MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS AL PIERCE ALICE GODWIN Football Basketball Mr. Dick Newsome Coach Freeman. Presents award. BOBBY BELCH | Basketball j Mr. Charles Bond J presents award. OFFICERS: Mrs. Taylor, Advisor; Mary Ann Fretwell, June Flow ' ard, Delores Spivey, Emily Askew, President; Mary Anne Dilday, Vice President; Agnes Byrum, Secretary; Jane McGee, Janice Alston, Sally Moore, Jane Fretwell. i I 1 utc€ne OTFIER MEMBERS: Gloria Fretwell, Carolyn Riddick, Leora Godwin, Cordelia Proctor, Rose Nell Dilday, Elaine Earley, Betty Lou Fretwell, Peggy Perry, Lenora Mitchell, Mrs. Taylor, Margaret Byrd. ieen£Md€n Joan Dunlowe, Betty Jo Lassister, Delores Spivey, Gay Harrell, Jackie Whedbee, Nancy Whedbee, Suzannah Parker. f954 ?«teUa tA MR. JULIAN FREEMAN Line Coach MR. JOHN DAUGHTRY Backfield Coach . 1 CARLTON HALL Quarterback, 165 lbs., 6 ' Senior. An excellent punter, fine passer, and good runner. Good de- i tensive man. Made 2nd team all-conference. I KENNETH JOHNSON Tackle, 170 lbs. Sen ior. Has a love for the game and was valuable reserve. RICHARD ODOM End, 190 lbs., 6 ' 5 " Senior. Excellent pass re- ' • ceiver. good defensive man and a fine leader. Made 2nd team all-conference and was the only Class " A " player represented in ' 54 Shrine Bowi Gameli ' JUDSON EURE Guard, 185 lbs., 5 ' 10 " , Senior. Outstanding defen¬ sive player. Plagued by in¬ juries but still played good ball. Made 2nd string all¬ conference 2 years. FRED MILLER Fullback, 176 lbs., 6 ' Senior. Switched from center to fullback. « Hard worker, good leader and val¬ uable both on defense and offense. PETE WILLOUGH Tackle, 180 lbs., year of first team defense. ✓ FRED BRACY Guard, 165 lbs. Junior. Valuable member of the squad. JOE BLOWE ’ Guard, 155 lbs., 6 ' 1 " Senior. Hard It worker, loves the game, and was a j i JAMES MODLIN Guard, 168 lbs., 5 ' 9 " Senior. Out¬ standing lineman, offensively and defensively. Valuable man and good leader. PAT BRITTON Guard, 180 lbs., 5 ' 9 " Junior. Played fine ball at both rackle and guard positions. CHARLES MADDREY Quarterback, 130 lbs., 6 ' Senior. Good punter, fine aerial defensive man, hard worker, loves the game 3 ffd-a valuable reserve signal caller. JIMMY HILL End, 170 lbs., 6 ' 3 " . ' Improved i greatly during the season. Fine pass 1 receiver and good defensive man. 1 JIMMY EARLY Halfback, 170 lbs., 5 ' 10 " Sopho¬ more. Hard runner and good de¬ fensive man. Should be a leader next year. RAY LASSITER Halfback, 145 lbs., 5 ' 8 " Senior. Worked hard and had a love for the game. Good pass defensive man and a valuable reserve. Scone4 A.H.S_39 A.H.S_26 A.H.S_27 A.H.S_27 A.H.S_19 Oxford _ 7 Spring Hope __ 0 Hertford _ ___.19 Plymouth _ 0 Tarboro _ ....19 McCOY BRITTON Guard, 165 lbs., 5 ' 8 " Senior. Lacked experience, but had a love for the game. BILLY ASBELL Center, 170 lbs., 6 ' 1 " Junior. Will be a leader next year. BILLY ROGERSON Halfback, 175 lbs., 6 ' 2 " Senior. Great broken field-runner and hard worker. Hampered by injuries but still did an exceptionally good job. Made 2nd team all-conference. JACK BUNCH Tackle, 200 lbs., 6 ' 4 " Junior. Played good ball and was a good leader. Should be a star next year. Scones A.H.S_ _19 Ede.nton _ 13 A.H.S_ 7 Williamston _ . 0 A.H.S_ _33 Rich Square - .14 A.H.S_ 19 Roanoke Rapids . 13 A.H.S_ _20 Wilmington _ . 7 bobby BLAYLOCK Halfback, 165 lbs., 6 ' 11 " Junior. Converted from end and played good ball. At the beginning practice of the Ahoskie High football season the outlook ' ' ' seemed grim indeed, for two of the starters were on the injured list. Billy Rogervon and Judson Eure were out by doctor ' s orders. But after a few days practice, the doctor allowed Judson to play and Billy started the Hertford game. Ahoskie rolled up victory after victory including a win over Plymouth who handed the ' 53 Indians their only loss. The outlook was bright but it was short-lived, for the principals of the Albemarle Conference met and voted to take the Ahoskie- Plymouth game from Ahoskie by forfeit, Ahoskie having played an illegal player for 30 seconds. The stunned Indians met Tarboro next and the outcome was a tie. The conference standings came out as a three way tie between Edenton, Ahoskie, and Plymouth. The deadlock was broken by a drawing from the hat. This was the third out of the past four years that the conference champs were decided by a hat. A comment was made that the conference name should be changed from the Albemarle Conference to " Hat Conference. " Even though the Indians didn ' t win the state championship, they completed a successful season, having actually won nine out of ten games with one draw. The Greensboro paper rated Ahoskie the number one class " A " team in the state. AFTER THE EDENTON GAME f 55 Coaches MR. JULIAN FREEMAN MR. JACK YOUNG JIMMY HILL Center CARLTON HALL Forward RICHARD ODOM Forward JAMES MODLIN Guard ; ■1 ' ' CHARLES MADDREY Guard i FRED MILLER Guard HUGH BAZEMORE Forward ELEY NEWSOME Center FRED BRACY Guard BOBBY BLAYLOCK Forward C.Ol ' ScMC : A H.S. .Siinhiiry 24 A H.S 52 WilliamstOi. 58 A.H.S_ _64 Washington _ _.41 A.H.S_ _65 Tarboro - __ ...38 A.H.S_ _68 Roanoke Rapids .42 A.H.S_ _65 Hertford _ .45 A.H.S_ _54 Elizabeth City .43 A.H.S_ _62 Plymouth _ .36 A.H.S_ _55 Washington .34 A.H.S_ _52 Kinston _ .57 A.H.S_ _78 Sunbury __ .26 A.H.S_ _66 Edenton ... _ .63 A.H.S_ _42 Edenton _ ..34 A.H.S_ _62 Roanoke Rapids ..53 A.H.S_ _51 Gatesville . ..34 A.H.S_ _54 Williamston _ ..83 A.H.S. ..38 Sunbury _ ... ...46 A.H.S_ ...33 Williamston _ .32 A.H.S_ .65 Washington .48 A.H.S_ ...66 Tarboro _ ..38 A.H.S_ .50 Roanoke Rapids .40 A.H.S_ ...49 Hertford _ 33 A.H.S. .. 51 Wa.shingtnn 33 A H .S ...45 Plymouth _ ..41 A.H.S_ .25 Sunbury ..46 A.H.S_ ...68 Edenton . _ ..36 A.H.S. 67 FHpntnn 1 1 A.H.S_ ...54 Roanoke Rapids 51 A.H.S_ .39 Gatesville ..34 A.H.S_ ...63 Williamston 47 ' ■ ' y ' ■, i ' ii i JuSjn . . “ i i 1 1 1 f Jv m 1 i 1 r M 1 £3 1 n Mk fjk f 55 I FRANCES MALLISON Forward ALICE PAIGE GODWIN Guard ANNA GATLING Forward ' 54 04 ' eue UC INDIANS at practice. Coach Julian Freeman, Catcher Fred Miller At home plate Al Pierce. The Ahoskie baseball practice started for the ' 54 season with a large number of candidates reporting. The season got off to a bad start as Colerain beat Ahoskie. After their first loss the Indians improved greatly, beating Plymouth twice and handing Perquimans their only loss. At the end of the regular season the confer¬ ence standing showed the Indians at the top along with Perquimans. This called for a playoff in which the Indians minus their first string starter, Dickie Newsome, were eliminated from the state playoff. The Ahoskie players and supporters wished Perquimans the best of luck in representing our conference, and they went on to win the State Class " A " Championship. Mrs. Linkous, Mrs. Willoughby, Mrs. Moseley, Mrs. Bruce Anderson, Miss Annie Futrell, Mrs. Alice Newsome, Mrs. Farmer, Mrs. Leggett, Manager. JANITORS John Rudison—Left Herbert Newsome—Right IFIT S GOOD FOOD YOU WAMT- Compliments of BAR-B-QUE CAFE BRIGHT EYES ' CAFE AHOSKIE. N. C. Compliments of THORNTON - JAFFE Compliments of JOSEPH R. BRYANT Agent tor FARM BUREAU INSURANCE EASTERN FARM SUPPLIERS, INC. Ahoskie Roxobel NORTH CAROLINA LET US HELP BANK OF AHOSKIE Ahoskie, N. C. Aulander, N. C. Compliments of POWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Ahoskie North Carolina THE FARMERS BANK Woodland, North Carolina GULF OIL COMPANY W. H. BRYAN, Distributor Ahoskie, North Carolina Visit LEGGETT ' S THE QUALITY IS THE BEST Suffolk, Virginia SAM LEVY ' S JEWELRY Suffolk Virginia OFFICE SUPPLY STORE Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of EARL SODA SHOP AHOSKIE, N. C. AHOSKIE TRACTOR CO., INC. M. D. DUNN, MGR. You ' re moMy Ahead! When You Shop a+ BELK-TYLER COMPANY AHOSKIE, N. C. Compliments of THE COLLEGE SHOP H. B. POWELL TEXACO 4 SERVICE Ahoskie, North Carolina S. LEVY SONS " Suffollc’s Largest Clothiers " GARRETTS ' INC Congratulations Graduates AHOSKIE. N. C. Compliments of A FRIEND When You Think of Shoes Think of RUSSELL AND HOLMES Suffolk Virginia NEWBtRN - WILLIFORD MOTORS, INC. Ahoslcie, Nor+h Carolina Compliments of DR. C. S. CREDLE QUICK SERVICE STORE " Service With a Smile " WILLOUGHBY BROS. SOCIETY CLEANERS Phone 2712 INSURED • GUARANTEED WE DELIVER 406 E. Main St. Ahoskle, N. C. BYRUM HARDWARE Suffolk Virginia Visit Our Gift Shop STANDARD CHEVROLET CO. BARROW MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRE-TESTED POLL-PARROT Shoes for Boys and Girls HOLLOMAN ' S COUNTRY STORE " RED " HOLLOMAN Tel. 2136 Ahoskie, N. C. Leading Jewelers Since 1878 WHITE WOODLEY HAYES - MILLER CO. Ahosicie, N. C. HAIR STYLING s FOR YOU Modernistic Beauty Shop AHOSKIE NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of THE FASHION SHOP Smart Apparel SALES SERVICE AHOSKIE MOTOR CO. Ahoskie North Carolina Automobile Financing ATLANTIC DISCOUNT CORPORATION Ahoskie, North Carolina Always Shop at THE AHOSKIE DEPARTMENT STORE For Best in Styles Values AHOSKIE. N. C. Br ' AT ALL TIMES THE BAISEY INSURANCE CO. Ahoskie, Nor+h Carolina Your International Harvester Dealer WHEDBEE EQUIPMENT COMPANY Ahoskie, North Carolina " Service With a Smile " QUICK SERVICE STORE SESSOMS BROS. Sales — Service Main Street AHOSKIE. N. C. ' We Pull tor AHOSKIE " Congratulations to the Ahoskie High School Graduates SNYDER ' S Ahoskie, North Carolina X ' you. ( 0 DEPENDABLE 4 ; DRUGGIST BOONE ' S PHARMACY Down to WHEDBEE- BRITTON HARDWARE BALLARD AND SMITH Suffolk ' s Quality Depar tment Store WHEN IN THE I MOOD FOR I fine FODM Visit THE MANHATTAN CAFE In Ahoskie Compliments of N. S. GODWIN AND SONS Ahoskie, North Carolina Compliments of BURTON FURNITURE CO. Suffolk, Virginia Shop Colonia l and Save COLONIAL STORES CHAS. H. JENKINS COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Aulander, N. C. B u I c K PONTiAC I 4 V You Get the Best at the PURE FOOD MARKET Compliments of LUMSDEN FUNERAL HOME Ahoskie, North Carolina Compliments of DR. O. W. PITTMAN H. O. RAYNOR SON Planters and Merchants POWELLSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA ESSO OIL CO. Ahoskie, N. C. WALKER BOONE DRUG CO. " Where the Gang Hangs Out " PARAMOUNT CLEANERS " As Near as Your Phone " PHONE 2911 Ahoskle, North Carolina Visit the AHOSKIE THEATRES Be Sure PURE With Pure COLONIAL OIL CO. J. Carl Wilroy, Jr. Dist. AHOSKIE, N. C. FARMERS ' IRON WAREHOUSES HARRELLSVILLE LUMBER COMPANY Visit GODWIN SAVIN tor ZENITH RADIOS AND TV Shop 37 LA GAIL S Ahoskie, N. Compliments of JAMES HILL " Quality Lumber at Moderate Prices " AHOSKIE. NORTH CAROLINA SETTLE ' S MARKET Ahoskie North Carolina I » ¥• t to the SENIORS DR. J. G. MATHESON Compliments of THE DAN BOYEHE INSURANCE AGENCY Compliments of STOP LIGHT DRIVE-IN at BARNES-SAWYER Ahosicie, N. C. SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT BEN ' S GULF SERVICE Compliments of RALPH BASNIGHT Congratulations to the SENIORS DR. J. B. RUFFIN RIVERSIDE MANUFACTURING CO.i. Murfreesboro, North Carolina BASNIGHT TOBACCO WAREHOUSES Sells — Prices Tell " COPELAND DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE Ahoskie, N. C. 3 LARGE WAREHOUSES IN AHOSKIE With Sympathy to These Future Mothers and Fathers AHOSKIE. N. C. - , _ • « COLONY PINE CO. " Buyers of Pine Timber " AHOSKIE, N. C. BOOSTERS RICKS ' JEWELRY D. B. DUNLOWE AHOSKIE LAUNDRY BUCK CARTER SERVICE BARBER SHOP HAROLD SESSOMS HARRELL SEED STORE " CHIEF " MOTEL McKEEL ' S JEWELRY WALLACE McKEEL HOTEL BARBER SHOP LITTLE SHOPPE Suffolk, Virginia FASHION SHOP Suffolk, Virginia YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP Suffolk, Virginia Compliments of JANE McGEE and “T CeUet tXI j| Ei P- " p— z -.J J J f 1 ' p ' A fn ■ = - r 1 : — Uif- M -1— J f— Of all the FroM the SCh 6 ol 5 pl iius I N of Ca ? 0 - Li - »4a., lHo -k ' E Hi ' et+s the het-t, CAR - 0-Li — Na., We cone ar 4 tRUE, —Mi - •_t.»-. iB— - 0 -f— ?- m . aI 1 f- —p f - —— J- It Ne-v ' cR shiRks f ?0M AN-y du - ty , est iu ev-CRy tcsf, Bes-k of all the coi iH-tRy 0 -VcR Best In ail we do . Lis-teN Help us FF? to OOR lA OUR dec — l » -Rx-tioN pRep - - Ra -t ion FR4ri A To be hos-kle loy—3 ' Xi ? YEARBOOK Tm ' Ldr Ymrbook I umpany Dallas ZzJU c jUoJL «- . ’ t ' " ' -t ' ■ » J) ' iM AcplajL J Sf • .r— ' - c Ll AfLi xzij- C3 f, ■ J- ;j ■ . . ;; ' W V . [I ‘. , » • s ■ ' ' ■- _ i Tf KA


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