Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

 - Class of 1958

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msaasssm ft ' m i a «] 1 8 ‘iliirTn i ' • k ■ f2k - A. ' ' - f J5f y- VOLUME TEN Published by Senior Class Ahoskie High School Ahoskie , North Carolina Foreword In presenting the 1957 “Chief” your staff has worked long, and, we hope, well, to put into the hands of Ahoskie School students a aepresentative pictorial review of a year’s ac- Ivity at your school. We hope that it may sarve as a lasting memorial of those whose pictures appear in it, and of the school from winch it originates. If we have, with your approval, accomplished this purpose, we are both satisfied and gratified. Known as the lady who has “a magic touch with children, this teacher has enjoyed the love, confidence and respect of all those stu¬ dents who have the good fortune to sit in her classroom. Her inspirational guidance has been a blessing to countless hoys and girls. It is with pleasure, pride, and appreciation that the staff of “The Chief” for 1957-58 dedicates this publication to Mrs. Sam J. Boyette. “Now this is the way to do it.” Our dedicatee turns gracious hostess. I Dedication I The ’ 58 Chief the m Super in ten den t’s Message To the Seniors, During the past years you have striven to make your school one of the finest schools in the state. Your efforts have been successful in numerous ways—the improved stand¬ ards of scholarship, the student cooperation in every phase of school work, success in extracurricular activities, excellent trusteeship of property, and many other outstanding accomplishments. Now, as you approach graduation, may you always have the courage to encounter RUSSELL P. MARTIN Jamesville High School, Jamesville, N. C.; A.B., Duke University; M.A., Wake Forest; World War II Veteran; Principal of Sea¬ board High School; Superintendent of Hert¬ ford County Schools. hardships, the wisdom to seek the proper solutions to your problems, and the faith to surmount all obstacles. And may you ever find joy in serving others, be willing to forgive, and al¬ ways love mankind. Sincerely, RUSSELL P. MARTIN Our superintendent clears the deck for action ahead. First, the Superintendent . . . Pri n cipa Vs M. essage As principal of Ahoskie School it affords me great pleasure to extend to the staff of THE CHIEF my congratulations on this publication which represents in a worthy man¬ ner the school of which you are a vital part. To each and every member of our high school student body I extend my best wishes and kindest regards. My desire is that you may become better citizens of your school, state, and nation through the activities which have challenged your interest and your ability as you have here been laying the foun¬ dation for the busy life ahead. It is Even a principal may be amused. A. WOODROW TAYLOR Grifton High School, Grifton, N. C.; B.S. Atlantic Christian College; M.A.; U.N.C. World War II Veteran; Principal of Creed moor High School. my belief that the world will be a better place to live in, if the citizen¬ ship you have learned here is put into practice. Second, the Principal . . . and third , the School Board The chairman has his lighter moments. Standing is the chairman of the School Board, Mr. William Charles. Seated from, left to , right are Dr. J. B. Ruffin, Mr. Wallace Gray, Mrs. Alden Houston, and Mr. William Miller. They plan wisely for the year ahead. Seated from left to right are Mrs. William Raynor, Treasurer; Mrs. Bill Ennett, Secretary; Mrs. Tom Boone, President; and Mrs. Robert Anderson, Vice President. and P.T.A. officers Now, meet the faculty, MISS DEBORAH BROWN English and Latin; Twelfth Grade; Woodland, North Carolina, Corinth Academy, Ivor, Virginia; English; A.B., Guilford College; University of Virginia; Columbia University. A vA v- • J Mr f • i English; Twelfth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina, Colerain High School; Romance Languages; A. B., W.C.U.N.C. MRS. C. W. HUGHES MRS. HAROLD SESSOMS Algebra; Eleventh Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Sunbury High School; Mathematics; A.B., Greens¬ boro College. MRS. DEANES BRETT Economics and Civics; Eleventh Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Franklin High School; Social Sci¬ ence and English; B.S., Wake For¬ est; Campbell College. v MRS. ALLAN T. POWELL English and Journalism; Tenth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Scotland Neck High School; Eng¬ lish; A.B., W.C.U.N.C. who have guided MRS. R. P. MARTIN French and English; Tenth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Marsh- ville High School; French and Eng¬ lish; E.C.C., Graduate Work at Wake Forest and W.C.U.N.C. MR. T. R. GARRETT Biology and Physics; Tenth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Ahoskie High School; Science and Social Studies; B.S., Wake Forest. MRS. NEIL DOWNING History; Ninth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Murfree High School; Social Studies; B.A., Camp¬ bell College; Wake Forest. MR. CHESTER ROGERSON Chemistry and Mathematics; Ninth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina, Ahoskie High School; Health and Physical Education; B.S., E.C.C. s in every phase . . . MISS POLLY TAYLOE Librarian; Aulander, North Caro¬ lina, Aulander High School; Eng¬ lish; A.B.. W.C.U.N.C.; M.A., Columbia University. MRS. CARSON BRINKLEY Business Education; Ahoskie, North Carolina, Roxobel-Kelford High School; B.S.S.A., W.C.U.N.C. MRS. COBEN LIVERMAN Office Secretary; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Ahoskie High School. A W 1A. . SWAY SCWOl P.E REVIVAL k SCRVICtS yEA MR. BOB BROWN MISS MARY ROSE RUMMAGE MR. LANSING PEACOCK Band Director; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Rich Square High School; Mus. B., A.C.C., Wake Forest; Mas¬ ter’s Degree, University of Florida. Public School Music; Albemarle, North Carolina, Albemarle High School; A.B., Meredith. griculture; Ahoskie, North Caro¬ lina; Roper High School; B.S., North Carolina State College. . . of our school life. MR. JACK YOUNG MR. JULIAN FREEMAN MRS. JULIAN FREEMAN Physical Education; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Tipton High School; So¬ cial Science and Physical Educa tion; B.S., E.C.C. Brevard College; Northwestern University; A.S.T.C.; Master’s Degree. Geometry and Algebra; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Gates High School; Mathematics and Physical Education; A.B.; Campbell Col¬ lege; A.C.C. Home Economics; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Garden High School; B.S.; Radford College of V.P.I. warn ip | ■ . , - ' MmmwM: -Mu4 m ! ' A t IffSt Bennett Garry Williams Felton President Vice President Barbara Jo O’Berry Secretary Next meet our Freshmen, who struggled; Joanna Houston Treasurer Mary Ann Ainsley Richard Asbell Thomas Asbell David Askew Joyce Askew Linda Askew Skip Askew Wayne Askew Betty Ayers Peggy Beach Allen Beale Harold Beaman Clayton Beard Joyce Bell Sidney Bell Joe Benthall Hennieretta Bethea Annie Ray Blowe Chip Bouldin Herby Brett James Earl Brown Peggy Bryum Brenda Burkett Gloria Carter Mary Ann Castelow Jane Wright Chamblee Melvin Chamblee Mickey Chandler Martha Cooke P. F. Darden Cecil Davis Bobby Dilday Jane Dilday , V ' Jt Gona Dilday Casandra Drake i ySue Eagles ! l ' i V I j ' KJimmy Earley v ' ft ' Alice Godwin " h Edna Godwin 07 Jackie Godwin Sherwood Godwin Mac Harmon Albert Harrison Edith Holloman Mary Margaret Holloman Earl Hoggard Gene Jernigan Wayne Jernigan Mary Lois Knight Wilson Knight Kay Krause K. W. Lacy Eugene Lee Jerry Lee David Linkous Ann Liverman David Massey Billie Jo Matthews Bobby Matthews Martha Matthews Betty X V iO is arbara Newbold Tommy Oliver Judy Outlaw Mary Overton but made it through their first year Jimmy Overton Linda Parker Julia Peele Braxton Perry Emma Jean Piland Thomas Powell Bennie Poyner Arlene Rawls Jeanette Rawls Judy Rawls Norman Ray Brenda Riddick Alan Ritter Katherine Robertson Jimmy Rose Irene Mary L Thomas Viola Thompsoi Allen Tinkham Shelby Todd Bobby Vanderberry Romona Vann Essie Vick Brenda Vinson Bartlett Ward William Ward Carolyn West Betty Jane Whedbee Carol White Butch Williams David Williams John Williams Victor Williams Eddie Willoughby i y s 1 of high school at A.H.S % f; Ronnie Joyner Barry Miller President Vice President - ,JL V W The Sophomores . . . ' J , t Se-er-etarr tr J J Vann Massey Ann Dilday Treasurer Roberta Alston Worth Askew i, H »4 cl „0i ' ‘ .jd , )!. - (i o r _ . Florence Barnes Betty Lou Beale Luke Blanchard Barbara Blowe k ) » i r y y v K ' V ]3 • i t Jane Chari Jackie Bt nklfi David Burjkefte . Diana Cannfcdyf ■ y JM uy f) hy jt.l 9 j) MD Woody Collier John Cooke Martha Cowan Donnie Davis Patsy Davis Betty Jane Dickens Earl Dilday Deborah Earley J 1 . 0 ' A - 1 p-yO 9 ' v V J Martha Earley H. C. Edwards Bobby Eure Eyelyn Fretwell ✓ ' T. CX ' ' ' ( _ 4 juJwJa-tu Allen Futrell V » , Susan Futrell ' ' Tommy Gardne - w » y 7 Lolah Garrett » [L , L . iM Johnny Gilbert Horton Godwin JoAnn Godwin Clarence Greene a ]! G ru, _ i Q c cJL l ell Carolyn Hill Hersey Hoggard Lorna Hoggard Margaret Jackson Nancy Jerniga .; , Linda Jones M JO ' Tommy Joyner Jean King ft 0. i , 1 f CarHlyn Lassite Judith LassiteiS 5 Peggy Lee Dan Leggett f r A r fW n II vi V i r Jerry Lindsay Jessie Mae Liverman Joe Maddrey Billy McKeel G»os.h t Z ' ll yCC Ann fijn £= P » -- -- i OuTy Cleo MitchelT Nancy Mitchell Carroll Myers guided by their upperclassmen. Eddie Newbold Bobby Newsome Alice Nichols B. J. Overton Brinkley Overton Tommy Overton Rachel Peede Sandra Perkinson ebecca Pritchard Betty Jean naiph Elizabeth Rogerson Annie Sue Ruffin R. B. Skinner I Bobbi Smolen Edgar Swain Penny Taylcre] Carolyn TayW Emma Jean Thomas Kaye Tillery Wayne Vaughan Eddie Vinson Aaron Weathersbee Carolyn White Doris Wiggins Delores Willoughby Wesley Wise A. G. Wright Ronnie Writtenberry Not Pictured Quinton Brinkley Ted Burden have adapted themselves very well . • • Jan Hackett L. K. Godwin President Vice President The Juniors Frances Knight Ralph Mosley Secretary Treasurer James Asbell Carroll Askew James Askew Johnny Barrow Grafton Beamon John Belnay Geraldine Blowe Robert Blowe Jesse Brinkley Virgie Burkette i (+, t %,3 r+.• ' • •• Ugs- Camelia Burkett f 3 ♦ A Betty Lou Creech , tw |. Lucy Cooper % Betty Kaye Condon 0 % Betty Jean Davis Jimmy Davis Sandra Dilday Judy Earley Whit Edwards Jimmy Flowers Mary Anne Gupton Betty Hollingsworth David Holloman Christine Hoggard Sandra Hopkins Carroll Hudson Delores Jackson Ernest Jenkins Richard Jernigan Eleanor Jones J. D. Jones Lowell Keel Carolyn Lassiter Ervin Matthews Linda McKeel Carlton Mitchell Marianne Monk Kent Myers Delores Newsome Frances Nichols Wayne Osborne Betsy Anne Overton began work early to make plans ' b x jr unusual Betsy Ross Overton Carrie Perry Judy Piland Patsy Rice Jesse Robertson Larry Ross Jennings Ruffin Kitty Shbe Brenda Smith Ronnie Smith Warren Spivey Roger Sullivan Edith Terry Caulis Todd Jo Anne Turner Olethia Wall fi ji — i) w» _ “ " ' Stanley Wall 0 Janiceteen Williams Alease Willoughby Peggy Willoughby Ct -»JL prom. Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded time;. . . SHAKESPEARE I Friendliest ANN LEWIS BILL VERMILYA Most Intelligent JEAN KNIGHT G. C. ROGERSON i Prettiest Girl MARTHA HOPE BASNIGHT Best Looking Boy r r Cutest JEAN BEALE BILLY TAYLOE t Most Likely to Succeed JEAN KNIGHT DOUGLAS WHITE I Wittiest SANDRA ROUNTREE JIMMY JOYNER Quietest JUDY BARNES PAUL GODWIN jM , p .y Sweetest Girl CAROLYN BRETT Nicest Boy ZOBLE MORRIS yytu ch JuxsiJL ' LLqJJLa rYU cCiy CL f (z oLt ' 4 ' JJL £uji if- . « «■ £V .» I v-r X ' K i 4-JLxju J fc 9 o uJLk . " S ' Most Talented (CAROLYN BRETT DOUGLAS WHITE Best Dancers GAYLE SWAIN BILLY PARKER HH) Best Dressed JOE HOWARD JOYCE CH1TTY Wi dt? v Most Popular MARY JANE DUNN TOMMY BROWN Wi f-? ' f. MMjd f?. • ••rvwa? " -..• - ' ' «l , . I ..S ' fe.A %U.« r..„ ,. ._. Most Athletic SHIRLEY DAVIS CLAYTON PILAND Best All-Round MARY JANE DUNN G. C. ROGERSON ■H i ZOBLE RICE MORRIS President JV Basketball 1, 2; Intra¬ murals 1, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Board 3; Student Council 4; Class President 4; Senior Superlative Nicest Boy. «v HILLARY CARLTON ROBERTSON Vice President Intramurals 1, 2; Student Council 3; Class Vice Presi¬ dent 4. y+s Now meet the Senior Class officers . . wy Ma 1 hfi lA . J w t MARY JANE DUNN Secretary Intramurals 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Bas¬ ketball 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Student Council 4; Class Secretary 4; Pow Wow Staff 2. 3, 4; Circulation Manager 4; Sen¬ ior Personality; Senior Su¬ perlative, Most Popular, Best All-Around. ' A f,7 Y fjf.y 5 i t it c a V • ; y WILLIAM OAKLEY VERMILYA Treasurer Annual Staff 4; Intramurals 3; Class Treasurer 4; Senior Superlative, Best Personal¬ ity; Business Manager 4. and the Senior Class HUBERT WAYNE BAKER Baseball 2, 3, 4, All-Confer¬ ence 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra¬ murals 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. MARTHA HOPE BASNIGHT Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Pow Wow Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, 3, Feature Editor 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Flagbearer 3, Majorette 4; Marshal 3; Senior Superla¬ tive, Prettiest Girl; Senior Personality 4; Quill and Scroll Award 4. SARA JEAN BEALE Glee Club 1; FHA 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Student Council 1, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Intra¬ mural 1; Homecoming At¬ tendant 2; Halloween Queen 3; Annual Staff 4, Circula¬ tion Manager; Senior Super¬ lative, Cutest Girl. JUDY McCOY BARNES Class Secretary 1; Glee Club 1, 4; Marshall 1, 3; Civics Award 1; Beauty Queen 1; Beta Club 3, 4; FHA 3; Latin Club 3; 4-H 1; Senior Super¬ lative, Quietest Girl; Girls’ Chorus 4. JANICE EARLEY BAZEMORE Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treas¬ urer 1; Student Council 2; Pow Wow 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Citizen¬ ship Award 3; Chief Marshal 3; Quill and Scroll Award 4; Senior Superlative, Sweetest Girl, Most Talented; Senior Personality. As Seniors BARBARA JOAN BROWN FHA 3; First Aid Assistant 2; Office Assistant 4; Li¬ brary Assistant 4. EDGAR HARRELL BUNCH Football 1; FFA 1, 2, 3. HENRY THOMAS BROWN Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Track 3, 4; In¬ tramurals 1, 4; Class Presi¬ dent 1; Warrior Award 4; Senior Superlative, Most Pop¬ ular; FFA 1, 2. MERRICK WAYNE BURKETTE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4. JOYCE EARLE CHITTY Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pow Wow Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Assistant Business Manager 3, Circulation Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 2; Mar¬ shal 3; Senior Superlative, Best Dressed, Senior Person¬ ality; Quill and Scroll 4. REBECCA DEAN COOPER Intramurals 1, 2, 3; FHA 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Chorus 1; JV Basketball 1. ive made many plans BETTY JUNE DAVIS Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2; Intramurals 1; First Aid Assistant 3. SHIRLEY MAE DAVIS Basketball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Board 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 5, 4; Halloween Queen 1; Office Assistant 4. JOSEPH McCOY DILDAY FFA 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3. ELAINE PAIGE EARLEY FHA 1, 2, Reporter 2; An¬ nual Staff 4; Office Assistant 3, 4. ROSE NELL DILDAY FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 3; First Aid Assistant 3. JOHN LAWRENCE EARLEY Varsity Club 1; Student Council 2; Bus Driver 1, 2, 3; Intramural 4. I for our final rear • of school life. CHARLES NORFLEET EDWARDS Band 1; FFA 1, 2, 4; Vice President 4; Football 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Bus Driver 3, 4; Track 3. RONALD EARLEY EDWARDS FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA Camp 1 , 2 . PAUL MITCHELL GODWIN, JR. FFA 1, 2, 4; Bus Driver 4; Senior Superlative, Quietest Boy. RETA BURNS GODWIN Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Marshal 3; JV Basketball 1; Annual Staff 4. JUNE ELIZABETH HARRELL Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Girls’ (Aiorus 2; First Aid Assist¬ ant 3. Reminiscing of many happy experiences. KENNETH MORALE HARRIS FFA 3, 4, Reporter 4. COKE ALEXANDER HAYES, JR. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sentinel 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; LILLIE GREY HORTON Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 3. MICHAEL SCROGGS HARTLEY Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Basketball 3; Intramurals 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Track 3, 4. ALICE LOUISE HOGGARD Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1; FHA 1. JOSEPH COLEMAN HOWARD 4-H 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Student Council 2, 3; . Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Senior Superlative, Best Dressed. were able realize . . . AILEEN PARKER JONES Glee Club 1, 2, 4; FHA 1; First Aid Assistant 4. WILLIAM EMMETT KING, III Band 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1, Vice Presi¬ dent 1; Intramurals 1; Track 2, 3, 4. A " Jr EVERETTE BUXTON KNIGHT, JR. Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; JV Basketball 1; Student Council 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative, Best Looking. that our final goal was about to he attained; ELIZABETH ANN LEWIS Student Council 1, 2; Class Secretary 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Intramurals 1; JV Basketball 1; Homecoming Attendant 4; Senior Superlative, Best Per¬ sonality. ANNE MARIE MATHIAS Halloween Queen 1, 3; Bas¬ ketball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3, Treasurer 3; Bus Driver 4. WILLIAM PALMER MILNE, III Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Annual Staff 4. FRED LEE LIVERMAN FFA 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Var¬ sity Club 3, 4; Student Coun¬ cil 4; Track 3, 4; Warrior Award. JUDITH ISABELLE MILLER Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 4; Annual Staff 4. WILMA LEE MINTON Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Citizenship Award 3; Annual Staff 4; Office Assistant 4. he fore we knew it 9 June DENNIS JOEL NICHOLS Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1 , 2 . WILLIAM THURSTON PARKER Band 1, 2; Football 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Var¬ sity Club 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Senior Superlative, Best Dancer. came . CHARLES WESLEY OVERTON Basketball 1, 2, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Band 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Track 4. DOROTHY LOUISE PEELE Glee Club 1, 4; Intramu rals 1, 2, 3, 4. PEGGY COPELAND PERRY FHA 1; Glee Club 1; Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3. GRAFTON CLAYTON PILAND Intramurals 1, 2; Basketball 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Most Valuable 3; All-Conference 4; Baseball 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Senior Superla live. Most Athletic. Seeing CORDELIA FAYE PROCTOR FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Pow Wow Staff 2; Bus Driver 3, 4. our classmates, our teachers V LOU RIDDICK Class Treasurer 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4. GODWIN COTTON ROGERSON Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class President 2, 3; FFA 1, 2, Reporter 2; Beta C lub 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Intramurals 1; Intramural Board 2; Track 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Marshal 3; Senior Superlative, Most Intelligent, Best All-Around. SONDRA ELAINE ROUNTREE FHA 2, 3, 4; Song Leader 4; Pow Wow Staff 2, 3, 4; Fea¬ ture Editor 4; Quill and Scroll Award 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Senior Superlative, Wittiest. MARY FRANCES RUFFIN Intramurals 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Beta Club 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Of¬ fice Assistant 4; Annual Staff 4. ELSIE JEWEL SNIPES Basketball 1, 2; Beta Club 1, 2; 4-H 1, 2, Reporter 2; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Class Treas¬ urer 2; Literary Society 1, 2; Teen Age Club 1, 2; Flag- bearer 4; Homecoming At¬ tendant 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Annual Staff 4; Advertising Manager 4. (incl the hulls of aLLT.S. for the lust time . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4, Editor 4. BILLY RICHARD TAYLOE Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1; Sen¬ ior Superlative, Cutest Boy. JEANETTE GAYLE SWAIN Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 4; An¬ nual Staff 4; Senior Super¬ lative, Best Dancer. ELIZABETH MAE WALL Intramurals 1; Glee Club 1, 2; FHA 1, 2, 3; First Aid Assistant 2, 3. KENNETH LAVELLE WEST Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Intra¬ murals 3, 4; Science Club 2; Annual Staff 4. DOUGLAS EDWARD WHITE Class Treasurer 2; Vice Pres¬ ident 3; Band 1; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Pow Wow Reporter 2, 3, 4; Sports Edi¬ tor 4; Beta Club 3, 4, Pres¬ ident 4. we departed, the class of ’58 MERILYN ANN WHITE Glee Club 1; Pow Wow Staff 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4; FHA 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 3, Pian¬ ist 4. Skirts Ahoy!! ! EARNEST RAY WILLOUGHBY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; 4-H 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Varsity Club 4; Track 3, 4; Assistant Bus Driver 3, 4. The Government finally caught up with these chicken thieves. i We are such stuff As dreams are made on and our little life Is rounded with a sleep SHAKESPEARE •BunKmiI Elementary MRS. MARGARET GILBERT Carthage, North Carolina Flora Macdonald, B.S. MRS. HARRY SAMS Woodland High School Westtown, Pennsylvania E.C.C,. A.B. MRS. IRA AINSLEY Mars Hill High School Chowan College, A.B. MRS. MILDRED FERGUSON Ahoskie High School E.C.C., A.B. MISS CHRISTINE BRETT Murfreesboro High School Chowan, A.B.; E.C.C., M.A. MRS. VERNON SHACKELFORD Ahoskie High School W.C.U.N.C., A.B. MRS. LANSING PEACOCK Rockingham High School, E.C.C., B.A. MISS PEARL LAMB Pantego High School A.C.C., A.B. MRS. JOHN HACKETT Belhaven High School E.C.C., A.B. MRS. LOUISE GARRETT Lake View High School E.C.C., A.B. MRS. LOUISE HARDY Aulander High School E.C.C.; B.S. MISS ANNIE LAURIE SESSOMS Ahoskie High School E.C.C., A.B. I MISS AGNES SIMONS Colerain High School W.C.U.N.C., A.B. MRS. DOROTHY RUFFIN Oxford High School Primary; E.C.C. MRS. ADELENE GODWIN Gatesville High School Chowan College, B.A. MRS. GLADYS BOZEMAN Red Oak High School E.C.C., A.C.C., A.B. MRS. LOIS YOUNG Ahoskie High School E.C.C., A.B. MISS ANN OUTLAND Woodland Olney E.C.C., B.S. MRS. FAYE LASSITER Windsor High School E.C.C., A.B. MISS MARIETTA PICOT Como High School Chowan College MRS. EDITH HARRELL Plymouth High School W.C.U.N.C., A.B. MRS. NANCY RICE Windsor High School E.C.C., A.C.C., A.B. MRS. R. S. BRYAN Ahoskie High School Meredith College, A.B. MRS. LEE HALL Ahoskie High School Chowan, E.C.C., A.B. I MRS. SAM BOYETTE Lewiston High School Littleton College; Wake Forest, Certificate MRS. ANTIONETTE PETERSON Ahoskie High School Meredith, A.B. MISS MARY WILLIFORD Aulander High School Peace College; Meredith, A.B The Staff P. Askew, H. Babbs, M. Baker, R. Barnes, M. Bell, S. Benton, W. Blanchard, J. Blowe, L. Blowe, L. Bracy, M. Brett, L. Brinkley, M. Burden, H. Byrd, J. Byrd, L. Byrum, J. Cannady, E. Capps, D. Clark, B. Cooksey, P. Cooper, L. Cowan, L. Cowan, E. Davis, J. Davis, T. Davis, J. Dilday, S. Dunn, E. Earley, J. Earley, 0. Edwards, S. Edwards, E. Evans, T. Fretwell, E. Godwin, E. Gupton, F. Hall, J. Harrell, J. Harrell, S. Harrell, J. Harris, J. Hawkins, J. Hoggard, R. Horton, B. Hughson, J. Jenkins, P. Jernigan, D. Johnson, D. Jones, M. Jones, A. Joyner, R. Joyner, B. Kinlaw, J. Lassiter, C. Lowe, K. Miller, J. Minton, D. Mitchell, L. Modlin, H. Monk, H. Mulder, L. Newbold, M. Newsome, J. Nichols, R. Odom, B. Overton, D. Overton, E. Parker, M. Peele, C. Pierce, B. Pridgen, K. Purvis, S. Raynor, G. Robertson, L. Robins, B. Sparks, C. Taylor, T. Taylor, G. Terry, B. Thomas, B. Todd, S. Vermilya, P. Vinson, L. Whedbee, C. White, A. Williams, B. Williams, J. Williams, J. Williams, B. Willoughby, P. Willoughby, J. Young. now presents J. Austin, D. Ayscue, J. Barnes, S. Barrow, L. Blowe, R. Blowe, J. Brett, L. Brinkley, E. Burkett, R. Burkett, J. Byrd, B. Casper, L. Cooke, R. Copeland, B. Dempsey, F. Dickens, A. Dilday, H. Dilday, J. Dilday, D. Eagles, J. Earley, J. Earley, J. Earley, N. Eure, A. Futrelle, J. Futrelle, C. Gerry, S. Gilbert, R. Godwin, T. Godwin, K. Hall, J. Harrell, V. Harrell, B. Hill, J. Holloman, S. Jernigan, A. Jones, B. Joyner, M. Liverman, A. Massey, K. Maxham, P. McSwain, C. Mitchell, P. Mitchell, A. Moore, D. Mosely, B. Mulder, H. Nelson, R. Odom, J. Overton, J. Parker, M. Parker, G. Pearce, D. Peele, B. Perry, S, Poyner, C. Reid, C. Rhoades, R. Rigby, L. Ritter, E. Rose, E. Ruffin, B. Taylor, P. Tinkham, D. Vierson, B. Ward, M. Ward, D. West, J. Whaley, J. White, M. Whitley, J. Williams, J. Williams, J. Williams. our elementary grades, C. Askew, J. Askew, D. Austin, L. Baggett, D. Barnes, L. Barnes, K. Blowe, S. Bostic, R. Brabble, P. Britton, M. Brown, M. Burden, W. Burden, J. Burkett, T. Charles, G. Chitty, J. Cohen, B. Collier, R. Cooper, B. Crawford, J. Daniels, A. Davis, C. Dempsey, C. Drake, B. Edwards, D. Edwards, B. Felton, L. Frank, B. Freeman, M. Fretwell, B. Gilbert, D. Godwin, N. Harrell, R. Harrell, B. Harris, W. Hawkins, D. Hill, L. Hill, P. Hoggard, J. Hopkins, B. Howerton, C. Hughes, R. Hundley, A. Johnson, W. Jones, T. King, S. Lassiter, W. Lassiter, C. Lewis, E. Matthews, F. Miller, Y. Miller, C. Milne, K. Mitchell, N. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, D. Mizelle, J. Monk, B. Mulder, F. Morris, E. McGraw, F. McKeel, L. Newsome, B. Nichols, J. Nichols, S. Nichols, L. Outlaw, D. Overton, J. Overton, L. Parker, M. Parker, R. Perry, M. Purvis, J. Robertson, W. Robertson, Z. Rogerson, D. Ross, S. Ruffin, J. Savin, A. Smith, K. Sullivan, R. Sumner, M. Taylor, P. Taylor, P. Terry, R. Vann, D. Williams, A. Willoughby, C. Windham, R. Wynns, J. Young. the backbone G. Allsbrook, C. Askew, P. Askew, R. Baggett, J. Beale, S. Beard, B. Boone, B. Boyette, L. Bracy, B. Brown, J. Brown, L. Bullock, G. Burden, J. Byrd, L. Cameron. K. Chanoine, B. Charles, C. Cowan, G. Daniels, R. Davidson, S. Dickens, B. Eure, T. Eure, J. Everette, D. Feher, L. Ferguson, L. Fornes, C. Freeman, P. Freeman, L. Fuller, L. Futrelle, E. Garrett, G. Godwin, P. Godwin, D. Hackett, E. Hall, D. Harmon, M. Harrell, T. Harris, P. Heath, B. Hill, C. Hoggard, L. Hoggard, M. Holloman, L. Hughes, L. Johnson, G. Jones, A. Joyner, A. King, P. Kinlaw, S. Lee, M. Lewis, C. Liverman, S. Matthews, R. Miller, C. Mitchell, S. Mitchell, J. Mizelle, ,S- Mizelle, K. Morris, R. Morris, R. Newsome, J. Nichols, G. Overton, S. Overton, W. Overtoil, M. Patton, C. Parker, T. Peede, A. Peterson, D. Pittman, M. Powell, G. Purvis, 0. Rawls, R. Raynor, C. Reilly, B. Sawyer, M. Sawyer, N. Sessoms, C. Shue, P. Smolen, G. Stanley, P. Stroud, W. Sumner, W. Taylor, D. Upchurch, L. Vann, H. Vick, D. Whedbee, R. White, F. Wiggins, S. Wiggins, J. Williams, M. Williams, M. Willoughby. of the school, D. Anderson, J. Askew, N. Askew, B. Baggett, R. Baggett, R. Barnes, B. Baughan, L. Baughan, D. Beale, J. Benton, R. Bland, B. Blowe, R. Bouldin, R. Brabble, T. Bridger, A. Brinkley, A. Britton, L. Brittenham, D. Brown, J. Burch, D. Burkett, 0. Burkett, R. Burkett, E. Byrd, L. Byrd, J. Capps, D. Conner, L. Davis, L. Davis, A. Dempsey, D. Dilday, W. Dilday, L. Drake, B. Dunlowe, B. Edwards, L. Edwards, L. Finlay, G. Frank, S. Frank, L. Freeman, S. Godwin, F. Gray, D. Gwaltney, J. Hall, K. Hall, C. Harrell, J. Harrell, L. Harrell, T. Hawkins, 0. Hill, A. Holloman, J. Hora, L. Horton, H. Jenkins, E. Jernigan, J. Jernigan, M. Jernigan, A. Jones, L. Jones, B. Lassiter, J. Lassiter, N. Lassiter, R. Lassiter, P. Lewis, B. Matthews, H. McCoy, H. Miller, M. Miller, E. Milne, R. Minshew, C. Minton, F. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, S. Modlin, B. Moore, L. Morris, B. Mulder, D. Nichols, L. Norville, B. Nowell, R. O’Brient, S. Outlaw, J. Overton, G. Padgett, D. Parker, L. Parker, J. Patton, E. Peele, B. Perry, D. Perry. tomorrow ' s J. Pierce, M. Rawls, R Rose, M Rowe, J. Snyder, B. Sumner, H. Taylor, R. Taylor, S Vinson S. While, ' J J W “ K. W„£ S ' ' J ' W,e8i “ ' E ' W, " iamS ' J ' C- Wilroy, L. W.lroy! C. Allen, Z. Ambrose, B. Askew, E. Askew, G. Askew, R. Askew, J. Baggett, B. Baker, R. Baker, A. Barnes, D. Barnes, S. Barnes, T. Barnes, A. Beddow, B. Blanchard, J. Blanton, L. Boone, D. Bracy, E. Brantley, A. Brinkley, D. Brown, S. Brown, J. Bunch, J. Burkett, J. Burkett, A. Castello, G. Chamblee, J. Chamblee, C. Chandler, C. Cherry, J. Covington, A. Crawford, R. Crawford, W. Darden, N. Davis, L. Dempsey, J. Dilday, L. Dilday, K. Dilday, S. Dilday, B. Doughtie, R. Dunn, J. Eagles, J. Earley, M. Earley, J. Edwards, L. Edwards, J. Eure, D. Everette, A. Farmer, T. Freeman, D. Godwin, T. Godwin, N. Gupton, J. Harrell, J. Harrell, M. Harrell, A. Hill, C. Hoggard, D. Hughes. high school students D. Hundley, J. Jernigan, W. Jemigan, R. Johnson, T. Jordon, C. Joyner, A. Lassiter, T. Lassiter, N. Liverman, M. Mauney, B. Minton, J. Mitchell, L. Montie, E. Moore, D. Nichols, J. Nichols J. Nowell, J. O’Berry, J. Outland, C. Overton, S. Overton, R. Payne, L. Parker, M. Pugh, K. Rawls, R. Riddick, T. Robertson, R. Roundy, R. Ruffin, L. Saddler, R. Shores, L. Slate, T. Slaughter, J. Smolen, H. Snipes, E. Stroud, B. Taylor, B. Taylor, I. Taylor, M. Taylor, K. Terry, M. Tillery, C. Vaughan, N. Vaughan, E. Vick, E. West, G. Whedbee, J. White, R. White, J. Williford, C. Windham. W. Allen, S. Anderson, G. Askew, R. Askew, R. Barnes, L. Beaman, B. Blanton, D. Blowe, J. Britton, C. Bond, M. Boone, B. Boyette, D. Brantley, M. Brickhouse, B. Brown, D. Brown, L. Burden, B. Bryum, N. Cannady, W. Chamblee, B. Chanoine, D. Charles, C. Cherry, A. Cooper, J. Crawford, R. Cummings, B. Daniels, G. Daniels, R. Dickens, P. Dilday. and future citizens J. Dunn, H. Edwards, J. Ellis, S. Evans, D. Garrett, R. Godwin, T. Godwin, S. Guttu, B. Harris, E. Harrell, M. Hawks, H. Herman, J. Hepner, M. Herrin, A. Hewitt, T. Hewitt, M. Hill, G. Hoggard, B. Holloman, J. Horton, B. Howerton, R. Jernigan, W. Johnson, P. Kirkland, B. Lassiter, P. Lewis, J. Liverman, M. Mauney, B. Miller, J. Minshew, N. Minton, S. Minton, J. Mitchell, L. Mitchell, P. Mitchell, L. Mulder, C. Newsome, B. Nichols, L. Nichols, J. Northcott, B. Nowell, M. Odom, D. Overton, R. Overton, S. Overton, R. Parker, M. Pearce, M. Pearce, B. Peele, R. Peele, J. Perry, B. Pierce, B. Pittman, P. Price, T. Price, L. Rhoades, S. Roberson, C. Robertson, S. Reub, M. Shue, B. Slaughter, D. Smith, G. Sullivan, C. Taylor, P. Taylor, M. Terry, H. Vann, G. Waters, M. Waters, R. Whittaker, R. White, G. Williams, A. Williford, V. Wimberly, J. Wynn. C. Allen, L. Baker, B. Baggett, S. Barnes, W. Benton, K. Blanchard, J. Blowe, D. Bracy, J. Bracy, T. Britt, ' B. Brinkley, E. Brittenham, J. Brittenham, G. Britton, A. Byrd, J. Clark, P. Cooper, J Covington, J. Cummings, D. Dilday. of the nation M. Doughtie, B. Earley, D. Earley, W. Edwards, B. Ennett, P. Farless, J. Farmer, E. Ferro, W. Fuller, P. Futrell, T. Greene, D. Godwin, P. Godwin, W. Godwin, D. Harris, S. Hepner, T. Herrin, J. Hewitt, B. Hoggard, D. Holliday, J. Holloman, J. Holloman, B. Howard, G. Jernigan, N. Jernigan, R. Jernigan, E. Johnson, F. Joyner, G. Keel, W. King, W. Lassiter, L. Lewis, R. Lewis, C. Liverman, P. Mabry, J. Matthews, C. Miller, G. Mitchell, L. Mitchell, T. Mitchell, J. Morris, P. Morris, E. Mulder, S. McSwain, P. Newbern, B. Newsome, J. Newsome, B. Nichols, A. O’Stern, B. Outland, G. Overton, R. Overton, B. Parker, G. Parker, S. Parker, F. Peede, D. Phelps, J. Poplin, 0. Pritchard, N. Rawls, G. Rhoades, D. Riemer, W. Roundy, J. Slate, A. Slaughter, S. Smith, S. Smith, C. Snyder, C. Snyder, J. Stroud, S. Sumner, S. Taylor, K. Toler, L. Turner, C. Umphlett, J. Vann, S. Vaughan, L. Vierson, L. Warren, D. Waters, B. White, D. White, G. White, A. Wiggins, J. Williams, M. Williams, A. Wynn, S. Wyrick. All the world’s a stage And all the men and women merely players: •ey have their exits and their entrances; man in his time plays si®® Pictured here are Jean Knight and Edna Staton, editors of the CHIEF for the current school year. They have wor ked long and faithfully to put out an issue of the yearbook which you will approve and enjoy. Annual Staff We have many clubs They have been ably assisted in this undertaking by members of the staff whose pictures appear below. Standing from left to right : are Wilma Minton, Circulation; Ann Lewis, Advertising; Reta Godwin, Billy Milne, Photographers; Judy Miller, Circulation; and Gayle Swain, Advertising. Seated in the same order are Kenneth West, Sports Editor; Jean Beale, Circulation Manager; Jean Knight, Edna Staton, Editors; Bill Vermilya, Business Manager; and Elaine Earley, Advertising. c 1 (V | ■ t B J m H k A wt This group, under the supervision of Mrs. Neil Downing, does an excellent job of coordinating the activities of students and faculty in our high school. The various phases of their services contribute substantially to the success of our high school activ¬ ities. Seated from left to right are Oran Perry, Chaplain; G. C. Rogerson, President; Mrs. Downing, Advisor; Ralph Mosely, Vice President; and Ronnie Joyner, Secretary. Student Council in which most The activities of the students are promoted and directed by the Student Council and its advisor. The purposes of the Council are: 1. To creat opportunities for closer cooperation between students and faculty. 2. To provide better opportunities for student self-direction. 3. To create and maintain standards of good citizenship among students. The work of the Council varies from year to year. Some of. the activities for this year have been assisting in College Day, preparing the annual Homecoming program and the noon recess dance program, giving a Christmas party for all High School students, monitoring for P.T.A. open house and District meetings, and maintaining a morning devotion on the public address system. Club ¥A of our Y students Beta Club officers are Alease Willoughby, Treasurer; Jean Knight, Secretary; Douglas White, President; and Jennings Ruffin, Vice President. Led by the efficient hands of Mrs. R. P. Martin, our Beta Club has risen to heights of distinction in North Carolina. Members must have an average of 90 on academic subjects and show qualities of leadership and good character. A student is required to take a col¬ lege preparatory course including three years of math, chemistry or physics, and two years of foreign language. Principal A. Woodrow Taylor viser to the FH and new daughter, Margaret, leaders last year Ghosts n G( Will Invade 7 cl. ; tv aw Halloween h VOLUME 22, No. 1 AHOSKIE HIGH SCHOOL, AHOSKIE, N. C. OCTOBER, 1957 FHA Will Attend District I Rally At ECC. Oct. 26 Newspaper Staff Celebrates Press Week With Program | Members Igamzation, |aaviser, Mrs lattend the District 1 rally at enjoy participation ECC 1 aiksym newsDaoer is Droduced. ■ny as come articles in the completed Brett Paper- Carolyn Brett pointed out the difficulties of writing head¬ lines and explained proof reading. A discussion of the POW WOW’s , 1 .,.. the problems con- lg pictures for the ented by Sandra ■apher. as- school Come Halloween t goblins, and witches the premises of AHS nual carnival at 7:30 The feature attrac the crowning of thr from the primary, th( and the high school g ularity queens. Can not yet been selec home rooms. Also included in activities will be fis walk, a costume par; eral games in the gj Faculty members various committees, help in several capa The POW WOW, voice of Ahoskie High School, is created and designed for the purpose of pleasing the stu¬ dents and meeting high standards of journalism. Un¬ der the direction of Mrs. Al¬ lan Powell, the school news¬ paper has become affiliated with two national honorary journalism societies. In the past year, ranked with papers in its group, it has attained first-place ratings. regr Dharl prir ■ u j ! v i j 1 cpcc Smoke signals from the chief’s pipe announced to the members of the Ahoskie tribe that a princess had been born. The royal baby 14th sun of Aug) Fear Valley Hosj ville. Chief A. Wood squaw are justly red-haired, blue-t weighed six pou at birth. P.T.A. ___Ocl. 8 End of firsi grading periocL.Oct. 14 Homecoming .. Oct. 18 Halloween Carnival . Oct. 31 council K( For Home Vnr thf firct tim » To the right we see six members of the POW WOW staff whose ability to use effectively the King’s English and general journalistic “know-how” make possible our excellent school paper. Pictured from left to right are Martha Hope Basnight, Sondra Rountree, Co-Feature Edi¬ tors; Joyce Chitty, Business Manager; Car¬ olyn Brett, Editor; Merilyn White, News Editor; and Douglas White, Sports Editor. her of pa; are the Voc r [ua is o photographer. ■I Varsity Club The Varsity Club, un¬ der the capable direction of the coaches, Messrs. Jack Young, Julian Free¬ man, and Chester Roger- son, has done a splendid job of planning and co¬ ordinating the activities pertaining to the athletic program of our school. By taking interest Secre tary. Mary lane Dunn ; Sponsors, Mr. Freeman and Mr. Rogerson; and Vice Pres¬ ident, Douglas White talk over future plans for the Varsity Club with President, Tommy Brown. Pictured from left Tillery, Carole Martha Earley. Brenda Riddick, Patsy Rice, Mary Lou Spivey, Kay . In the center are the co-chiefs, Alease Willoughby and , v V y ... m activities cO l Or Co ‘‘We’re from Ahoskie High School and no one could be prouder. If you don’t believe us we’ll shout a little louder, louder.” So goes one of the cheers used by these nine lassies who help to provide the spirit, enthusiasm and will to succeed which have spurred our athletic teams on to many a victory. Their contribution to school morale has been outstand¬ ing. Our cheerleaders give their support during a tense moment of the Gatesville game when the outcome was uncertain. The Stars and Stripes Forever March JOHN PHILIP SOUSA l ' A l U J I ' j —=; Sgi igj tJ—== f " 5 J - » Tri? 3 inu 1 1 iT i iniiti i i i ti i . ii 1 1 I 1 M- 1 M Director Robert Brown as WTTTF.S |r=THTP H.V+ - tr JJjfjlrijT __It- I, ,.. , , A A_,_1 jtjstt l - Ijj Directed by Robert Brown, better known as “Bob,” the Ahoskie High School Band has had an outstandingly successful career. For several years they have entertained our football fans be¬ tween the halves as well as presenting numerous concerts which were very well received. The Band has also played a large part in promoting and fostering school spirit. m Grandioso. Our majorettes and flagbearers are selected each year by a committee of faculty members on the basis of personal appearance, personality traits, ability and readiness to follow instructions, and sense of rhythm. These girls add glamour and charm to many of our high school activities both locally and at events held in other places. They are popular, talented, and accomplished. To become a member of either of these groups is an honor cov¬ eted by many of our high school girls. Standing from left to right are Jewel Snipes, Gona Dilday, Peggy Willoughby, and Alary Ann Monk. Standing from Idjft to right are Sandra Hopkins, Joyce Chitty, Betty Lou Creech, Martha Hope Basnight, Brenda mith, Lolah Garrett, Betsy Overton, and Mary Ann Gupton. % V a well-rounded life. Mrs. Julian Freeman, head of our Home Economics Department, is advisor and sponsor for this organization which plans and carries out numerous undertakings connected with the fine art of building bet¬ ter homes. Shown from left to right are Mary Lois Knight, Casandra Drake, Historians; Becky Jo Overton, Secretary-Treasurer; Diana Canady, Reporter; Brenda Smith, Vice President; Jewel Snipes, P resident; Sondra Rountree and Jane Dilday, Songleaders. Future Homemakers of America Future Homemakers of America is the National organization of pupils studying homemaking in Junior and Senior High Schools of the United States. F.H.A. brings together local, state, and national groups interested in and working toward better home and family life. This organization provides opportunities to share in solving problems important to home life. Membership, which is entirely voluntary, consists of school girls enrolled in home¬ making and those who have been so enrolled. They learn to The officers of the local F.F.A. appear in the picture to the right. They, under the leadership of their sponsor, Mr. L. A. Pea¬ cock, make a real contribution to the work of building better citizens for the demands of tomorrow’s living. The officers are Aaron Weathersbee, Secretary; Alex Hayes, President; Charles Edwards, Vice President; Paul Godwin, Sentinel; Kenneth Har¬ ris, Reporter; and Jimmy Flowers, Treasurer. Future Farmers of America The F.F.A. is an intra-curricular activity having its origin and root in a definite part of the school curriculum—vocational agriculture. It is organized vocational education on a farm youth level. Among other things, members learn through active participation how to conduct and take part in a public meeting; to speak in public; to buy and sell cooperatively - ; to solve their own problems; to finance themselves; and to assume responsibility. The foundation upon which the future Farmers of America is built includes leadership and character development, thrift, scholarship, improved agriculture, citizenship, and patriotism. accept respons i ties r Into the hands of these young drivers each day are entrusted the lives of hun¬ dreds of boys and girls who ride our buses. They take their jobs seriously and assume willingly and capa¬ bly the responsibilities of this work. Members of this group are Rich¬ ard Jernigam J. D. Jones, Ernest Jenkins, Paul Godwin, Cordelia Proctor, Robert Blowe, Sondra Rountree, Charles Edwards, Shir¬ ley Davis, E. B. Knight, and Mary Frances Ruffin. Bus Drivers lA to assume leaderski der shifty j »nd ? j Under the direction of Mr. Rawdon Garrett these boys, each of whom has served more than one year on the Safety Patrol, are responsi¬ ble for general safety meas¬ ures taken in and around school, and adjacent sur¬ roundings. The Patrol members are Tommy Charles, Lee Frank, Wayne Rob¬ inson, Donny Upchurch, Ray God¬ win, Glenn Daniels, Clyde Hughes, Ray Hundley, Sterling Ruffin, and Jimmy Young. Ab¬ sent from the picture are Benny Dempsey and Reid Raynor. Safety Patrol The group shown here are members of our Glee Club under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Rose Rummage. They have presented some outstanding choral programs and have received favorable ratings where they have appeared in competitive programs. to cooperate with others. The 4-H Clubs, affiliated with the national organization of the same name, are directed by the county administrators, Miss Barbara Stephens and Mr. Enos Rogerister. Their monthly meetings, held in the school auditorium, carry on a program leaned toward better homemaking. s4( tuz ’TTtctfe ' i $ e|.» ■ r 3- j. fft fl ». fcfe — . =--r. 1 :E -1 -H_ WL __ . t= = Of all the Ftom the SCh6olf IN of If CAR- £ -Li —Ni-, We Cone cjood and tROE, s t It Ne-yeR Best of ShlRKS all ff?0M AN-y do - ty , Best iw ev-CRy tcstr -the coi N-tRy o -VeR est jn all we do. rs— — —r-v 1 w - Wi J | pr.... •1 } r " • 4P - . " 1 " —: t= c= r Li ' s-ttw Help us to 0OR a 1 our pRep - a - Ret -tion Ff h I- hos-k»e p i v To be ley—a I t o. --- m - ptr-q =t= r r : - —=1 p 1 - r 4_4L • 1 1 f p 1 j —:——t—-1 To ot R school in Car - o - - «a F irtA--P j| till We die. Mad to ib.ee t our l - nft M-te Aios-Kie, Atffe ' s to yet . CLASS MOTTO JFe finish to begin. CLASS COLORS White and Blue CLASS FLOWER Carnation __— 7 —-— 7jr— ZAcdt To hav e a giant s strength ) 1 but it is tyrannous To use it like a giant. SHAKESPEARE Jack Young The 1957 Indians had a successful season as far as experience is con¬ cerned. The squad will lose 15 Seniors via graduation. CONFERENCE GAMES NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Ahoskie_39 Ahoskie_ 0 Ahoskie_ 0 Ahoskie_26 Ahoskie_ 7 Plymouth _13 Hertford _ 19 Tarboro _ 21 Edenton _27 Williamston _ 7 Ahoskie_ 32 Ahoskie_ 0 Ahoskie_59 Ahoskie_ 7 Ahoskie_ 0 Scotland Neck _ 0 Roanoke Rapids _ 6 Spring Hope _ 0 Washington__ 26 Wilson “B” .. 19 G. C. Rogerson Clayton Piland Tommy Brown Fred Liverman Wayne Baker Indians g et revenge In the first game of the season Ahoskie stormed over Scotland Neck 32-0 here September 6. Five different backs got into scoring act. Baker, Hackett, Roger¬ son, Hartley, and Davis scored one each. Douglas White made both extra points for Ahoskie. The Scots never made a threat on the Indian goal because of a tight Ahoskie defense. Yellow Jackets sting in last three minutes Michal Hartlay Dennis Nichols In a defensive battle plagued with penalties, fumbles, inter¬ ceptions, and punts, Roanoke Rapids edged Ahoskie 6-0 here September 13. Not until the fourth quarter did the Yellow Jackets’ Bobby Gray sweep around end for pay dirt, however the conversion was short. Billy Parker Ahoskie’s defense proved to be its most valuable asset. Douglas White ' Jp mmmmw A Zoble Morris ! | Indians down Panthers, 39-13 Ahoskie’s Wayne Baker ac¬ counted for three touchdowns as the Indians swept past Ply¬ mouth 39-13 there on Septem¬ ber 27. Other than Baker, Rogerson, Hartley, and Williams got one T.D. apiece. Doug White made all three extra points. Late in the second half Ply¬ mouth finally cracked the tight Ahoskie defense when Brown passed for two touchdowns. Hope Wholesome scoring seemed to be the objective with Ahoskie tallying 59-0 over Spring Hope there on October 4. Of the nine touchdowns two each were credited to Rogerson and Hackett. Also in line for T.D. honors were Overton, Brown, Hartley, Davis, and West with one each. Kenneth West Charles Overton Ray Willoughby William King c yOt-afi. Aces gef §care ()f life ♦ UV .) (V On October 25 Ahoskie trav¬ eled 40 miles to almost upset Edenton. Robert and Bruce White picked up all of Edenton’s T.D.’s in the first half and early in the second. After that Ahoskie dom¬ inated the game with Hackett and Davis getting two each. Overton booted three conver¬ sions for Edenton while Hackett went over twice for Ahoskie. Indians and Green Wave fight deadlock m On the night of November 15 the Williamston Green Wave met the Ahoskie Indians here. In the first quarter Stalls, a tackle, fell on the Green Wave’s own fumble behind the Indian goal. In the second quarter Davis caught a pass and went all the way for a T.D. Muse kicked the P.A.T. for Williamston and Hackett made the extra point for the Indians. Ahoskie bows to Washington, 26-7 Washington rolled over Ahos¬ kie 26-7 here October 10. Coch¬ ran led the visitors scoring as he went over for two T.D.’s. The Indians’ only score came from a blocked punt by King on the Pam Packs 16-yard line. Summary of ’57 Season Although the Indians worked harder than the record shows, the team came up with a won—3, lost—6, tied—1 record for the season. In the Edenton and Williamston games the Indians almost fooled the “so called experts” who predicted a four touch¬ down victory for the foes. We didn’t quite do it though we lost the Edenton game by 1 point and tied Williamston. A 11 year record is now won—89, lost—25, tied—4. The Annual Staff would like to thank the coaches for their continuous efforts with the team. ■ h CONWAY after game Playing for the win Games and Scores Ahoskie_36 Ahoskie _ 47 Ahoskie__45 Ahoskie_50 Ahoskie_52 Ahoskie_50 Ahoskie_33 Ahoskie_39 Ahoskie_47 Ahoskie_62 Ahoskie_ 35 Ahoskie_ _48 Ahoskie_44 Ahoskie_54 Enfield 48 Gatesville _ ..... 59 Seaboard _ ..... 34 Conway _ ...48 Seaboard ... 38 Gatesville _. 48 Conway _ 31 Edenton _ .....45 Plymouth _ _ .... 42 Hertford _ ...38 Williamston .... 61 Tarboro _ 54 Edenton _ .... 50 Plymouth 39 CONWAY CONWAY Games and Scores Ahoskie _ 43 Ahoskie_28 Ahoskie_22 Ahoskie_25 Ahoskie_42 Ahoskie_29 Ahoskie_24 Ahoskie_43 Ahoskie_36 Ahoskie_26 Ahoskie_38 Ahoskie_42 Ahoskie_35 Ahoskie_46 Enfield _ 31 Gatesville _49 Seaboard _ 33 Conway _53 Seaboard _ 56 Gatesville _32 Conway _36 Edenton _48 Plymouth _51 Hertford _ ___ 46 Williamston _66 Tarboro _39 Edenton _37 Plymouth _48 s_Ar • ' - I Oh, that Thursday afternoon grind specimen Papoose Dancer? Thank goodness, Halloween comes but once a year. We hope you will enjoy our publi¬ cation as much as we have enjoyed compiling it. Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1958 Wayne Baker William King Judy Barnes Jean Knight Martha Hope Basnight E. B. Knight Janice Bazemore Ann Lewis Jean Beale Fred Liverman Carolyn Brett Marie Mathias Barbara Brown Judy Miller Tommy Brown Ruth Perry Miller Harrell Bunch Billy Milne Wayne Burkett Wilma Minton Joyce Chitty Zoble Morris Rebecca Cooper Dennis Nichols Betty Davis Charles Overton Shirley Davis Billy Parker McCoy Dilday Dorothy Peele .— Rose Nell Dilday Mary Jane Dunn Elaine Earley Peggy Perry Clayton Piland Cordelia Proctor Johnny Earley Peggy Lou Riddick Charles Edwards Carlton Robertson Ronald Edwards G. C. Rogerson Betty Lou Fretwell Sondra Rountree Paul Godwin Mary Francis Ruffin Reta Godwin Jewel Snipes June Harrell Edna Staton Kenneth Harris Gayle Swain Michael Hartley Billy Tayloe Alex Hayes Bill Vermilya Alice Hoggard Elizabeth Wall Lillie Grey Horton Kenneth West Joe Howard Douglas White Richard Jernigan Merilyn White Aileen Jones Jimmy Joyner Ray Willoughby RALPH BASNIGHT ELEY REID . . . Electric Coin Machines and Pool Tables . . . WINTON, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of WOODLAND QUAKER HOUSE Woodland, North Carolina Congratulations to the Senior Class FELTON ' S ESSO SERVICE STATION Winton, North Carolina FREEMAN LUMBER CO. Large Enough to Serve You Small Enough to Know You Ahoskie, N. C. to RUSSELL AND HOLMES Suffolk Franklin Elizabeth City Compliments of DR. J. B. RUFFIN BOONE ' S PHARMACY Phone 3374 The Best for Less 109 West Main Street AHOSKIE, N. C. Best Wishes From AULANDER FURNITURE CO. Aulander, N. C. Congratulations to the Ahoskie High Seniors Compliments of E. B. KNIGHT M. P. COOKE GINNERY Rich Square, North Carolina Our Business Patrons FUTRELL EQUIPMENT CO. EDWARD ESSO SERVICE STATION THE LITTLE SHOPPE HOBBS CLOTHIER HAROLD SESSOMS ' STORE HILL CHEVROLET CO. MURFREESBORO APPLIANCE CO. Congratulations to Seniors BRADY ' S SERVICE STATION WINTON, NORTH CAROLINA HAYES MILLER COMPANY Pre-Tested Poll-Parrot Shoes AHOSKIE, N. C. Anything From Tots to Teens RUTH ' S TOTS ' N TEENS HOME INTERIOR SHOP Draperies and Window Fixtures VICE IS OUR FIRST THOUGHT FARMER ' S HARDWARE ) COMPANY Compliments of o LUMSDEN FUNERAL HOME AHOSKIE, NORTH CAROLINA Phones 3097 and 2233 For the Best in Wholesale Meats AHOSKIE MEAT AND PROVISION COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of TOMAHAWK RESTAURANT iO D H L MARKET Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats and Vegetables PHONE 3369 Congratulations to Seniors FRANCIS ' RESTAURANT Eastern Carolina ' s Finest Furniture Store GARRETT ' S FURNITURE Ahoskie, N. C. WHEDBEE-BRITTON HARDWARE Phone 3061 Come In and Let Us Style Your Hair AHOSKIE BEAUTY SHOP Phone 3067 202 N. Main St. BOOSTERS City Barber Shop Dewey White ' s Texaco Station McKeel ' s Jewelry Snyder ' s Lee Roy Fuller Insurance Agency Always Shop at THE AHOSKIE DEPARTMENT STORE For Best m Styles and Values 1P: AHOSKIE, N. C. WHITE WOODLEY Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SHOP Fine Foods at MANHATTAN CAFE Compliments of SHARP CABINET SHOP Shop and Save at DAVID ' S Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. DALY-HERRING COMPANY Manufacturers-Distributors AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS Ahoskie Kinston AHOSKIE LIVESTOCK MARKET Ahoskie, North Carolina F. C. EARLEY, Ov ner nememl ' oev " . Y r YY V) ' e ” Compliments of POCAHONTAS AMOCO STATION AHOSKIE HARDWARE Ahoskie, N. C. BARNES SAWYER GROCERY CO. Congratulations to Seniors do ' ; Compliments of ; • ' .HOSKIE WHOLESALE QJ ' COMPANY Compliments of ESKIMO DRIVE-IN Off, Cod , oc c ) 1 CHARLES H. JENKINS AND COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Aulander, N. C. Best Wishes to Seniors R-C MOTORS Compliments of DR. E. T. VISER Compliments of BRINKLEY MOTOR COMPANY For Ford Parts and Service AHOSKIE, NORTH CAROLINA SALES SERVICE Compliments of JERNIGAN OIL CO. Shell Dist. and L. S. JERNIGAN SONS Farm and Industrial Machinery WESTERN ETO , ASSOClMt SIOM { -n— Ahoskie, N. C. WISE BODY AND FENDER SHOP A Teenager ' s Best Friend When in Trouble Save With Us for That Home of Tomorrow Compliments of f . N, GODWIN. AN fr SO flS Ahoskie, North Carolina BANK OF AHOSKIE The Bank of Friendly Service MEMBER F.D.I.C. BEST POLICY AT ALL TIMES Ahoskie Aulander GREENE INSURANCE AGENCY r - i r . s i a t i_i O D c ten -p o U VO - Compliments of AHOSKIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC y° u ,|w ™ ' Wi Cijff ' SODWIN SAV|N COMPANY IT J ZENITH RADIO AND TV SERVICE SOCIETY CLEANERS We Deliver Phone 2712 AHOSKIE, N. C. Compliments of AHOSKIE MEMORIAL WORKS Ahoslcie, N. C. Phone 2079 o 4 Save on All Your Drug Needs at X ' fib COPELAND DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store X 1Pa AHOSKIE, NORTH CAROLINA BRYANT INSURANCE AGENCY Services and Settlements That Satisfy AHOSKIE, N. C. Compliments of STANDARD CHEVROLET CO. Get Your School Needs at OFFICE SUPPLY STORE Compliments of BAKER AND BEALE BROS. SUPER MARKET Meats . .. Groceries Compliments of ROANOKE CHOWAN GAS COMPANY POPE MOTORS, INC. Friendly Ford Dealer in Rich Square, N. C. MAOLA MILK AND ICE CREAM COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. P. O. Box 293 VINSON ' S GARAGE General Repair Work 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE McCulloch Power Saw fi W McCULLOCH MODEL 1 [0 CHAIN SAW High-production mw for timber and pulp. 30% more power! Literature free. McCulloch Motor Corporation — World‘8 largest chain saw builder. POWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Savings to Policyholders Since 1939 AHOSKIE, N. C. Congratulations to Seniors AHOSKIE TRADING POST Aulander Highway MEWSl Ask about the McCulloch twia- xtits firm lawn mower. Winton, N. C. DAY PHONE 58-! NIGHT PHONE 82-1 HEILIG-MEYERS COMPANY Congratulations Furniture and Home to Furnishings SCOTLAND NECK, N. C. the ' 58 Seniors THE EARL AND AHOSKIE FEED AND FUEL RICHARD THEATERS COMPANY CITIES Ahoskie, N. C. SERVICE Congratulations to Seniors BEASLEY OIL COMPANY I. 0. HILL AND COMPANY Dealers in Quality Furniture 159 West Washington Street SUFFOLK, VA. (tsso) v DEALER Best Cleaning Service WINTON CLEANERS Winton, North Carolina R. G. COOKE MOTOR COMPANY Aulander, North Carolina ' " HU Compliments of RED APPLE RESTAURANT MOONLIGHT , UL 1 Yr • ENTERPRISES Murfreesboro Ahoskie Compliments of LEVY JEWELERS and YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP Suffolk, Va. Compliments of A FRIEND Save With the FARMER ' S BANK Woodland, N. C. THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE ' 000 ! W ® 3 i « W ' ,om Lto ‘ I J BALLARD SMITH, INC. Suffolk ' s Fashion Center SINCE 1880 SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT BRETT’S GULF SERVICE FASHION SHOE SHOP " Where Fine Shoes Are Sold " in Ahoskie For the Best in Wholesale Meats AHOSKIE MEAT AND PROVISION COMPANY " Service With a Smile " QUICK SERVICE STORE Sessoms Bros. SALES—SERVICE Main Street AHOSKIE, N. C. " We Pull for AHOSKIE " Ahoskie, N. C. SAM ' S RECORD SHOP Congratulations to the Roanoke-Chowan’s Most Seniors Modern and Complete Record Shop COLONY PINE COMPANY PHONE 3393 T ' Jb j " Buyers of Pine Timber " — AHOSKIE, N. C. Don r6 b +K,‘o p ooe . GO m j| mone u , 3 THE PLANTER ' S NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Ahoskie, North Carolina ' The Bank of Personal Service " ( a ol ' ■ ) VO TRESPftSStNG t- steJld) 44u+s jtXjb - ou JU djt ' QyxSsQ i i s GLU . 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