Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

 - Class of 1959

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rnmm (iK ' -yyy. AtfSsfA ’ «i .f» ■.» OOCx y GlAJX yL h- XXXj jXz { s_i...rX yc L zAJl x I y. j C C - }-4-A T -- XXX., CXjj - f --y„i yy LA —. CXJ yyi X X ' youuui J yuytXX_ (yc yy - 0 j _j yU iXv yj uJ ' cx -o C. yi dJJJL; 6-0 L l Y —£ ' ■ ■ • C hooray J U e- — kQo hbi cL Zhe Chief 1959 in F sir Published by Senior Class Moskie Migh School Moskie, North Carolina foreword Here you have it--the fruit of our labors, the result of many hours of concentrated effort, of much planning, of sometimes frantic meeting of deadlines, but also of co¬ operation, of teamwork, and a sense of satisfaction which comes with the completion of a task we sincerely hope has been well done. We have enjoyed it, and we hope that this yearbook will meet with your approval and will give you much pleasure and satisfaction. As we consider suitable terms to employ in dedicating " The Chief " for 1958-59, two expressions suggest themselves as being es¬ pecially applicable to our dedicatee. For truly hers has been and is a life lived " with malice toward none and charity for all. " It maybe said of this teacher that " none know her but to love her, none name her but to praise. " To Miss Annie Laurie Sessoms, a noble type of good, heroic womanhood, the staff is privileged and honored to dedicate this yearbook with our love and our deepest ap¬ preciation for her outstanding service as teacher, guide, and friend. Principal } s Message As your principal I am happy to bring you greetings and good wishes. May I take this opportunity to challenge you to meet the challenge of today ' s living. For the complexities of life today are challenging indeed, and they require and demand all the preparation which our schools have to offer in every field. Let me urge you, therefore, to take seriously and earnestly these opportunities for training so that you may fit yourselves to meet the demands of tomorrow. Superintendents Message Greetings to the Seniors: May I offer my congratulations along with those of many others for the ex¬ cellent work you have done in preparing THE CHIEF. This is one of the many projects to which you have responded with enthusiasm and interest. I am confident that the years you have spent in Ahoskie High School have been profitable and worthwhile. May you, in the years that lie ahead of you, continue to live the kind of lives that will enable you to find your proper places in the community, state, and nation. My very best wish to each of you, 6 {. 6 ? Dr. J. B. Ruffin, Mr. W. T. Gray, Mr. W. T. Charles, Mrs. J. A. Houston, Mr. W. J. Miller MISS DEBORAH BROWN MRS. EMMA MARTIN MRS. ELIZABETH SESSOMS English and Latin; Twelfth Grade; Woodland, North Carolina; Corinth Academy, Ivor, Virginia; English; A. B. , Guilford College; University of Virginia; Columbia University. 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. faculty Algebra; Eleventh Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Sunbury High School; Mathematics; A. B. , MRS. GARNETTE HUGHES English; Twelfth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Colerain High School; Romance Languages; A. B. , W.C.U.N.C. MRS. DOROTHY POWELL English and Journalism; Tenth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Scotland Neck High School; Eng¬ lish; A. B. , W.C.U.N.C. MRS. MARGIE TAYLOR Commercial Teacher; Ahoskie, North Carolina; East Carolina Col lege, A.B. MR. RAWDON GARRETT Biology and Physics; Tenth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Ahoskie High School; Science and Social Studies; B. S., Wake Forest. MRS. DEANS BRETT Economics and Civics; Eleventh Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Franklin High School; Social Sci¬ ence and English; B.S., Wake Forest; Campbell College. MR. CHESTER ROGERSON Chemistry and Mathematics; Ninth Grade; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Ahoskie High School; Health and Physical Education; B. S. , E.C.C. 1959 MR. JACK YOUNG Physical Education; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Tipton High School; So¬ cial Science and Physical Education; B. S. , E. C. C., Brevard College; Northwestern University; A.S.T.C. MR. JULIAN P. FREEMAN Geometry and Algebra; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Gates High School; Mathematics and Physical Educa¬ tion; A. B. , Campbell College; A.C.C. MR. ROBERT BROWN Band Director; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Rich Square High School; B. Music, A.C.C. , Wake Forest; Master ' s Degree, University of Florida. MR. LANSING PEACOCK MRS. BILL BRYAN MRS. NEIL DOWNING History; Ninth Grade; Ahoskie, Agriculture; Ahoskie, North Car- Public School Music; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Murfree High olina; Roper High School; B. S. , North Carolina; Meredith; A. B. School; Social Studies; B. A., Camp- North Carolina State College, bell College; Wake Forest. faculty MRS. JULIAN FREEMAN Home Economics; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Garden High School; B. S. , Radford College of V. P. I. MISS POLLY TAYLOE Librarian; Aulander, North Car¬ olina; Aulander High School; Eng¬ lish; A. B. , W.C.U. N.C.; M. A. , Columbia University. MRS. MARGARET GILBERT Carthage, North Carolina; Flora Macdonald, B. S. MRS. IRA AINSLEY Mars Hill High School; Chowan College, A.B. MRS. HARRY SAMS Woodland High School; Westtown, Pennsylvania; E. C.C. , 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. ANTIONETTE PETERSON Ahoskie High School; Meredith, A.B. MISS MARY WILLIFORD Aulander High School; Peace Col¬ lege; Meredith, A. B. MRS. LOCKHART DILDAY Ahoskie, North Carolina; East Car¬ olina College, B. S. i MISS PEARL LAMB Pantego High School; A. C. C., A.B. MRS. LANSING PEACOCK Rockingham High School; E. C.C. , B. A. MRS. LOUISE HARDY Aulander High School; E. C. C., B. S. MRS. CHESTER J. ANDREWS Ahoskie, North Carolina; East Car¬ olina, B. S., in Primary Education. MRS. LOUISE GARRETT Lake View High School; E.C.C. , A. B. MRS. JOHN HACKETT Belhaven High School; E. C. C., A. B. 1959 MRS. NANCY RICE Windsor High School; E. C. C., A. B. MRS. EDITH HARRELL Plymouth High School; W. C. U. N. C., A. B. MRS. DOROTHY BRYAN Ahoskie High School; Meredith Col¬ lege, A. B. MRS. LAVELLE HALL Ahoskie High School; Chowan, E.C.C., A. B. MRS. FAYE LASSITER Windsor High School; E.C.C., A.B. MISS ANN OUTLAND Woodland Olney; E. C. C. , B. S. MRS. LOIS YOUNG Ahoskie High School; E.C.C. , A. B. MISS MARIETTA PICOT Como High School; Chowan College. urimjct MRS. ADELENE GODWIN Gatesville High School; Chowan College, B. A. MISS AGNES SIMONS Colerain High School; W. C. U. N. C., A. B. MRS. GLADYS BOZEMAN Red Oak High School; E. C.C. , A.C.C., A. B. MRS. GUY RUFFIN Oxford High School Primary; E. C.C. MRS. O. D. REYNOLDS Camden County, North Carolina; Piano; Blackstone, Virginia, Junior College; Bristow Harding School of Music. MRS. E. M. SPELL Powellsville, North Carolina; Wake Forest High School; Shenandoah Conservatory; Piano; B. Mus. I faculty MRS. W. G. BARNES Office Secretary; Ahoskie, North Carolina; Charles L. Coon High School; Wilson, North Carolina. P. T. A. OFFICERS Mrs. H. Sams, Mrs. R. A. Anderson, Mrs. J. Tayloe, Mrs. W. Pitt¬ man. MARY ALEASE ' WILLOUGHBY Class Sec. ViW Wow 3,4, As. Feature Ed. 4; Annual 4, Co-Fea¬ ture Ed.; Varsity Club 3,4; Cheer¬ leader 2,3,4, Co-Chief 3; Band 1; 4nt a. Sports 1,2; Student Council fa-, FHA 1,2; Beta Club 3,4, Treas 3, Sec. 4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Homecoming Maid of Honor 4; Senior Personality, Pow Wow; Sen¬ ior Superlative, Prettiest Gill, Sweetest Girl. LARRY MANNING ROSS Class Pres. 1,2,4; Pow Wow 1,2,4; Annual 4, Asst. Sports Ed.; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2; Weight Lifting 3; Sec. -Treas. Stu¬ dent Council 2; Science Symposium 3; Senior Personality, Pow Wow; Varsity Chief 3; Senior Superlative, Most Athletic, Mbst Popular. ,7 A . ■; Glass Trepi f r ' - l At Football 1, tudent Council enior Persona ' vVf a + BETTY KAYE CONDOli Class Treas. 4 ; Student Council 2; FHA 1,2; Glee Clubft,£; Bpfa Club f 3,4; belegaje to Beta Convention JAMES EDWARD ASBELL ' Football 1,2,3,4; Intra. Sports 1,2 Track 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Bus Driver 2, 3,4; Drivers Ed. Instruc¬ tor 4. CARROLL LEGRAY A SKEW FFA 1,2. - T TT JAMES EARL ASKEW FFA 1,2,3,4; Intra. Basketball 3. JOHN HALE BELNAY Transfer from Jersey City, New Jersey; Creative Writing 1; Pow Wow Staff 3,4. JOHN KNOX BARROW III Band 1,2; JV Basketball 1; Basket¬ ball Mgr. 2; Intra. Sports 1,2; Class Vice-Pres. 3; Pow Wow 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; CSPA Delegate 2,4; Homecoming Committee 2; Football Student Training and Publicity Director 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Superla¬ tive, Best Dancer. AanuaJjS ' taff to Beta GRAFTON GATLING BEAMAN Band 1,2,3,4; Intra. Sports 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 2; Dance Band 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Jr.-Sr. 2; Senior Superlative, Wittiest; Delegate to Beta Conven- Lolt (X ojfer cO ' CAMELIA KEITH BURKETT FHA 1,2; Glee Club 1,2. VIRGIA LEIGH BURKETT BETTY LOU CREECH LUCY DARE COOPER Glee Club 1,2; FHA 1,2; JV Basket¬ ball 2. Band 1; Intramural Sports 1,2; Flag Bearer 2; Pow Wow Staff 2, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4; Co-Chief Mar¬ shal 3; Majorette 3,4; Beta Club 3, 4; Annual Staff, Co-Feature Editor; Delegate to Junior Science Sym¬ posium 3; CSPA Delegate 2,4; Sen¬ ior Superlative, Best Dressed; Dele¬ gate to Beta Convention 3,4; Sen¬ ior Personality, Pow Wow. BETTY JEAN DAVIS Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Seniors JIMMY GRAY DAVIS Band 1,2,3,4; Office Assistant 4; Annual Staff 4; Contestant in County Typing Contest 3; Intramural Sports. , UaJj J via. FHA 1,4; Glee Club 3,4; Intra¬ mural Sports 2; Library Asst. 4; JV Basketball. aJAacA OlA Ajoj xv A A . Ac-vt. CCt SANDRA JOAN DILDAY Glee Club 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Chief; Varsity Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Pow Wow Staff 3,4; Sen¬ ior Personality, Pow Wow, Feature Editor 4; Delegate to Beta Conven¬ tion 3,4; Annual Staff 4, Circula¬ tion Manager; Jr. -Sr. Waitress 2; CSPA Delegate 4; Marshal 3. ■ JUDITH CELESTE EARLY Glee Club 1,2; FHA 2; Bus Driver WHIT ROY EDWARDS Football 1,2; Varsity Club 2; FFA JAMES FINCH FLOWERS FFA 1,2, 3,4, Reporter 2, Treasurer 3,4; Office As. 4. MARY ANNE GUPTON EVA CHRISTINE HOGGARD LLOYD KEETER GODWIN, JR. Class Pres. 3; lntra. Sports 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4; Beta Club 3; Student Council 3; Annual Staff 4, Business Manager; Senior Personality, Pow Wow; Sen¬ ior Superlative, Best Dressed. Home Room Sec. 1; Home Room Vice-Pres. 2; Band 1,2,3; Major¬ ette 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Intra. Coach 1,2; Jr. -Sr. Waitress 2; Annual Staff 4, Asst. Circulation Mgr. ; Beta Club 3; Student Council 1; Homecoming Attendant 1; Varsity Club Treasurer 4. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2. BETTY KAY HOLLINGSWORTH Glee Club 1,2; Intramural 1; Annual Staff 4. DAVID RIDLEY HOLLOMAN Band 1,2, 3,4; Intramural Sports 1; Beta Club 3,4; Senior Superlative, Most Intelligent Marshal. SANDRA HOPKINS H.R. Pres. 1; Sec. of Class 1; S.C. 1; Band 1; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Vars. Club 2, 3, 4; Hal. Queen 1; Pow Wow Staff 2, Phot. 3,4; Maj. 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3,4; Sr. Per., Pow Wow 4; Del. to CSPA 2,4;Del. to Jr. Sc. Sym. 3; Marshal 3; Ann. Staff, Phot. 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Del. to B. Club Conv. 4; Sr. Sup. , Most Pop., Best All-Round. CAROL RAY HUDSON FFA 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1; Football 1,2; Bus Driver 4. DELORES ANN JACKSON Glee Club 1,2,4; FHA 1; Home Room Representative to Library 4; Senior Superlative, Wittiest. ERNEST BRAKTON JENKINS FFA 1,3; Bus Driver 4. WILLIAM RICHARD JERNIGAN FFA 1,2,4; 4-H 1; Bus Driver 3. JOHN DEW JONES FFA 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1; Bus Driver 3,4. LOWELL LEE KEEL Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2. 1959 FRANCES KAY KNIGHT DIANE CAROL LASSITER Home Room Pres. 1; Glee Club 1, 2, Pow Wow Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. Pres. 3; FHA 1, Sec. 2; Tri-County Historian 3; Beta Club 3, Pres. 4; Class Sec. 3; Student Council 4; Del. to Beta Conv. 3, 4; Citizenship Award 3; Co-Chief Marshal 3; Asst. Editor of Annual 4; Sr. Superlatives, Most Intelligent, Most Likely to Succeed. CAROLYN LOUISE LASSITER Glee Club 1,2; FHA 2. ' rt kv w y w £ r vr o; »n KV7. . MARIANNE MONK Band 1,2, Flag Bearer 3, Head 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Intramural Coach 1,2; Home Room President 2; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; Beta Club 3, 4; Student Council 3; Pow Wow 3,4; Halloween Queen 2; Marshal 3; Del. to Beta Club Conv. 3; Del. to S.C. Conv. 3; Del. to CSPA Conv. 4; Annual Staff 4; Sr. Superlative, Most Talented. IV Seniors MARY FRANCES NICHOLS RALPH WAYNE OSBORN FHA 1,2; Intramural Sports 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer Beta Club 3; Citizenship Award 3; 2; Track 3,4; FFA 1,2,3, President Annual Staff, Advertising Manager4. 4 ; varsity Club 4; Senior Superla¬ tive, Best Looking Boy, Quietest Boy. RALPH WESLEY MOSLEY Class Vice-Pres. 1,2; Student Coun¬ cil 1, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Foot¬ ball 1,2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; Pow Wow 2, 3, Sports Editor 4; Beta Club 4; CSPA Del. 2,4; Class Treas. 3; Ann. Staff 4; Marshal 3; Jr. Sc. Symposium 3; Pow Wow Sr. Per¬ sonality 4; Sr. Superlatives, Best All-Round, Most Likely to Succeed. BETSY ANN OVERTON Cheerleader 1; Class Treasurer 1; Halloween Queen 1,3; Intramural Board 1, Intramural Basketball 1; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Majorette 2,3, 4; Home Room Secretary 2; Home Room Treasurer 3; Glee Club 4; Annual Staff, As. Circulation Man¬ ager 4; Senior Superlative, Friend¬ liest Girl. BETSY ROSS OVERTON Glee Club 1,2,4; FHA 2 PATSY BENNETT RICE Glee Club 1,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4 Varsity Club 3,4; Intra. Sports 1; Jr. -Sr. Waitress 2; Home Room Librarian 4. JENNINGS BRY JESSE LASS ROBERSON FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2 KATHRYN OLIVIA SHUE Glee Club 1; Cheerleader 2; Intra. Sports 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Valen¬ tine Queen 1; Varsity Club 3,4; Flag Bearer 3; Majorette 4; Annual Staff 4; Office Asst. 4. :1. to Statg ' jjaiuj ' k linic ta Cortv. 3 4;ySr. Super ral ntedljd , Friend- Personality, Pdw Wow. Jyl RONNIE DAVID SMITH BRENDA GAY SMITH WARREN CARNICE SPIVEY Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 3; Majorette 1,2, Head 3,4; Band 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; FHA 2, Vice- President 3, President 4; Pow Wow Staff 3, As. Business Mgr. , Business Manager 4; Intramural Board 2, Coach 1,2; Secretary of Sophomore Class; Delegate to FHA Convention 2,3; Delegate to CSPA Convention 4; Annual Staff 4; AHS Good Neigh¬ bor Representative 4; Pow Wow Senior Personality 4; Senior Super¬ latives, Best Dancer, Most Athletic. ROGER EARL SULLIVAN Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3; In¬ tramural Sports 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3,4. FFA 4; Bus Driver 4; Senior Super¬ lative, Cutest Boy. Seniors EDITH MAY TERRY Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 2; Varsity Club 2,3, 4; MARVIN CAULIS TODD JR. Student Council 1,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 4; Annual Staff 4; In¬ tramural Sports 1. JOANNE TURNER Glee Club 1,2; FHA 2 OLETHIA WALL Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Librarian 1,2 FHA 2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2. STANLEY LEE WALL FFA 1,2,3,4. JANICETEEN WILLIAMS Glee Club 1,2; FHA 2; Intramural Sports 1,2; Halloween Queen 3; Bus Driver 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Senior Superlative, Cutest Girl. PEGGY ELAINE WILLOUGHBY Glee Club 1,4; Intramural 1,2; Cheerleader 2; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Flagbearer 3,4.‘ MARGARIETTE THERESA PATE Jr. Red Cross; Tri-Hi-Y; Sr. Nurses ' Club, Repres. 2,3; Glee Club 4: Wittiest 3. IK ■ iH 1 2gffiswSs. r« ' ji - ' , m m ' fe t |g|| |£pfjl ■■’. x to • feto Sts 4 ; 9( p HI to. 3 I $jlHj EHV F i t % V • ;.- 14 dm f ofe 3 fJk | - " ‘ ' r , ' _ ; -r to. to - » ' iff v ' ' %i‘. j A — - cx 6u 7 - - X -481U wx i ABSL (l £- (X mm X y ' J jJLp • i PUT fife; i X.X ■ :-e XX , V yf ■Lm- ■ y $%■ . ;■ 8, I imm W-o Cx.r, -: " ■ C, i C ' lx JAxA 4i cxXx. Jl XL t flL yLLxXi, X? 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JUDY PILAND Most Popular SANDRA HOPKINS LARRY ROSS WAYNE OSBORNE irf .f pies ident 30 8 - ssrS Sectet aT V V- ' W° ' zfa f j 33f -« »“■ X 5 DIANA CANNADY r-A JANE CHARLES 7 WOODY COLLIER JOHfi COOKE MARTHA COWAN DONNIE DAVIS PATSY DAVIS ANN DILDAY EARL DILDAY DEBORAH EARLY ’ V ROBERTA ALSTON XJLp H ASKEW LORENCE BARNES BETTY LOU BEALE LUKE BLANCHARD BARBARA BLOWE JACKIE BRINKLEY QUINTON BRINKLEY TED BURDEN DAVID BURKETTE Class of 1960 MARTHA EAR H c . EDWARD BILLY ENGUbH B EVEa WELL S jZAEi k od ER TOMMY GARDE ' LOtAHO jOHESlsY GlEBERY DVIlGH ' t £■ BOBBY HAWf B LUCY HAt® L CAROLYN l -« a OA- -V? JU- . LORNA HOGGARD MARGARE T J ACKSON NANCY JERNIGAN LINDA JONES TOMMY JOYNER JEAN KING V- JUDITH LASSITER c V y DAN LEGGETT .i JERRV LINDSAY G . .rKSCTF 4AF I TV .} - jJESSIE lylAE UVERMAN, ) JOE MADDRLY VANN MASSEY BILLY McKEEL BARRY MILLER EDDIE NEWBOLD ALICE NICHOLS £ C BECKY JO OVERTON BRINKLEY OVERTON TOMMY OVERTON RACHEL PEEDE fi ' , m A JW yx v I960 i - h £m SMWBA WB® 60 " 0RA rccM « CBA ’® ,t ,( ' Mn ,ffiSOER ufFn ’ R B . SKUW® B OB B1 SM°LBN EDGAR 0 o ' k ' 7 N SfvSSS DORIS V ' ' r ' WP gjF w i w ■ DELORES WILLOUGHBY BUTCH WILLIAMS WESLEY WISE A. G. WRIGHT RONNIE WRITTENBERRY NANCY MITCHELL ELIZABETH ROGERSC EMMA JEAN THON .S W , ■ " Sold to the senior in the n second row! f) - ' i- ' -P- ? a cL -iiX Of presided GI 1 Vice -pres ident P. ARDP Tteasutet G 0HA vlYD Mary Ann Ainsley Jimmy Ambrose Richard A shell Thomas Asbell David Askew Joyce Askew Linda Askew Skip Askew Wayne Askew Peggy Beach Allen Beale Harold B eam on Clayton Beard Joyce Bell Joe Benthall Johnny Byrum Henrietta Bethea Annie Rae Blowe Chip Bouldin Herby Brett Class of 1961 ,ames E. E ' °“ n Peggy Byre " 1 GWU A Ca c!«e 0- M«y • h , ee jane CUaniblee Melvin CMtnblee Mickey Chad ' 6 ' Martha Cooke Cecil Davis Bobby Dilhay Sue Eagl es jimmy Tb omas Eailey Mice Godwm Edna Godwin Jackie Godwin Sherwood Godwin Albert Harrison Edith Holloman MaryM. Holloman Earl Hoggard Joanna Houston Gene Jernigan Wayne Jernigan Hunter Joyner Mary Lois Knight Wilson Knight Kay Krause K. W. Lacy Eugene Lee Jerry Lee David Linkous David Massey Billie J. Matthews Betty Mathias A ■ Linda Pat gr axton f Emma 3 € Thomas Mlene 1 Judy Rawls Jeanette Rawls Norman Ray Brenda Riddick Alan Ritter Kathryn Roberson Irene Roundy Mary Lou Spivey Tommy T aylor Viola Thompson Aljdn Tmkham .p 1 ' $helby ' Todd Bobbry Vanderberry Ramona Vannvy ,• Essie Vick Brenda Vinson Bartlet W ard William Ward Carolyn West Betty J. Whedbee Class of 962 i Priscilla. Askew Henry Babb - Ruth Barnes Shirley Benton ■ ‘Julian Blowe Luther Blowe Warren Blanchard Lloyd Earl Bracy Stuart Brady Henry Byrd Linwood Byrum Judy Cannady Earl Capps Dan Clark Billy Cooksey Lanny Cowan Linda Cowan Eddy Davis Jean Davis pt esi ie nt . 0 president Ruth Jane Horton Betty Lou Hughson Patsy Jernigan Dorothy Johnson Delores Jones Ann Joyner Bill Kinlaw Joe Lassiter Ann Liverman Charles Lowe Lois McKeel Kay Miller Jimmy Minton Helen Monk Hazel Mulder Linda Newbold Bobby Newsome Mary Ann Newsome Ruffin Odom Betty Jane Overton teddy Davis joh y Stuart Dunn Eng ene 0$cat Edvf a ‘ joauHaneU Sharon HarreU jimmy Hams jesse Hav nS Joyce Hogg atd ■ j v V j •i?, p if W ' A i y dl VV ' A ! V 7 Iti r wyffi „ald oven " " cw tle,ce „ uavn 01 SataYiAnne y Lynda Robbvus G eue Roberson CWaxles ayloe Annette Williams Billy Williams Judy Williams Bobby Willoughby Philip Willoughby Johnny Young Brenda Burkett I D. Ayscue, J. Barnes, S. Barrow, J. Brett, L. Blowe, R. Blowe, L. Brinkley. Above—EIGHTH GRADE Below--SEVENTH GRADE R. Burkett, J. Byrd, J. Byrd, N. Byrum, B. Casper, L. Cooke, M. Cooke. R. Copeland, B. Dempsey, I. Dickens, A. Dilday, J. Dilday, H.Dilday, D. Eagles. J. Early, J. Earley, J. Earley, R. Felton. A. Futrell, J. Futrell. C. Gerry. S. Gilbert, R. Godwin, T. Godwin, C. Har¬ mon, B. Harrell, E. Harrell, V. Harrell. J. Holloman, J. Jenkins, S. Jernigan, A. Jones, B. Joyner, M. Liverman, A. Massey. K. Maxham, C. Mitchell, D. Mitchell, P. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, A. Moore, D. Mos¬ ley. B. Mulder, P. McSwain, G. Nolan, B. Odom, J. Overton, J. Parker, M. Parker. D. Peele, B. Perry, G. Pierce, B. Pridgen, C. Reed, R. Rigby, C. Rhoads. L. Ritter, E. Rose, E. Ruffin, B. Taylor, P. Tinkham, D. Viersen, B. Wary. M. Ward, D. West, J. Whaley, J. White, M. Whitley, J. Williams, J. Williams. J. Williams. C. Askew, J. Askew, D. Barnes, L. Barnes, L. Barnes, L. Baggett, K. Blowe. S. Bostic, P. Britton, M. Brown, M. Burden, J. Burkett, M. Byrum, P. Byrum. T. Charles, G. Chitty, B. Collier, R. Cooper, J. Cowen, B. Crawford, J. Daniels. A. Davis, C. Dempsy, B. Edwards, D, Ed¬ wards, B. Felton, L. Frank, B. Freeman. M. Fretwell, B. Gilbert, D. Godwin, M. Hadden, N. Harrell, R. Harrell, B. Harris. W. Hawkins, D. Hill, L. Hill, D. Hoggard, J. Hopkins, B. Howerton, C. Hughes. R. Hundley, J. Hurdle, A. Johnson, W. Jones, T. King, S. Lassiter, W. Lassiter. C. Lewis, F. McKeel, F. Miller, Y. Miller, K. Mitchell, N. Mitchell, W. Mitchell. F. Mizzelle, J. Monk, S. Morris, B. Mulder, L. Newsome, B. Nichols, J. Nichols. M. Nichols, S. Nichols, D. Overton, J. Overton, L. Parker, M. Parker, R. Perry. M. Purvis, J. Robertson, W. Robertson, Z. Rogerson, D. Ross, S. Ruffin, J. Savin. K. Sullivan, R. Sumner, N. Swain, P. Tay lor, P. Terry, B. Vann, D. Williams. A. Willoughby, R. Wynns, J. Young. E. Allsbrook, C. Askew, J. Beale, S. Beard, B. Boone, B. Boyette, L. Bracy. B. Brown, J. Brown, L. Bullock, J. Byrd, S. Byrum, L. Cameron, K. Chanoine. Above—SEVENTH GRADE Below—SIXTH GRADE B. Charles, G. Cowan, G. Daniels, R. Davison, S. Dickens, J. Dissell, J. Dissell. Above-SLXTH GRADE Below-FIFTH GRADE B. Eure, J. Everett. D. Faher. D. Farless, L. Ferguson, L. Fornes, C. Freeman. P. Freeman, L. Futrell, L. Fuller, E. Gar¬ rett, G. Godwin, D. Hackett, T. Harris. E. Hall, D. Harmon, M. Harrell, P. Heath, B. Hill, C. Hoggard, L. Hoggard. M. Holloman, L. Johnson, A. Jones, A. Joyner, P. Kinlaw, S. Lee, M. Lewis. C. Liverman, C. Mitchell, S. Mitchell, T. Mitchell, R. Miller, B. Mizzelle, S. Mizzelle. R. Newsome, J. Nichols, G. Overton, S. Overton, W. Overton, C. Parker, M. Patton. T. Peede, A. Peterson, D. Pittman, M. Powell, G. Purvis, D. Rawls, R. Raynor. C. Riley, M. Sawyer, N. Sessoms, C. Shue, P. Smolen, G. Standly, P. Stroud. W. Sumner, W. Taylor, W. Taylor, D. Upchurch, L. Vann, H. Vick, D. Whedbee. F. Wiggins, S. Wiggins, J. Williams, M. Williams, M. Willoughby. D. Anderson, J. Askew, N. Askew, B. Baggett, R. Baggett, R. Barnes, B. Baugham. L. Baugham, D. Beale, J. Benton, R. Bland, D. Blowe, R. Bouldin, T. Bridgers. A. Brinkley, A. Britton, D. Brown, J. Burch, R. Burkett, E. Byrd, L. Byrd. J. Byrum, J. Capps, D. Connor, L. Davis. L. Dilday, W. Dilday, B. Dunlow. B. Edwards, G. Edwards, L. Finley, G. Frank, S. Frank, L. Freeman, R. Fuller. S. Godwin, L. Gray, D. Gwaltney, C. Harrell, J. Harrell, L. Harrell, J. Harris. T. Hawkings, D. Hill, A. Holloman, J. Hora, L. Horton, E. Jernigan, J. Jemigan. A. Jones, B. Lassiter, J. Lassiter, R. Lassiter, P. Lewis, H. McCoy, H. Miller. M. Miller, C. Minton, F. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, S. Modlin, B. Moore. B. Mulder, D. Nichols, C. Nolan, R. O - Briant, S. Outlaw, W. Overton, G. Padgett. D. Parker, L. Parker, J. Patton, E. Peele, D. Perry, B. Perry, C. Pierce. P. Rose, M. Rowe, J. Snyder, B. Sumner, B. Tayloe, P. Vann, S. Vinson. J. Warren, L. West, J. Wiggins, E. Williams, J. Willoughby, L. Wilroy, J. Wyatt. K. Wyrick 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. Bames, W. Blanchard. J. Blanton, L. Boone, D. Bracy, E. Brant- ley, L. Brittenham, D. Brown, S. Brown. J. Bunch, J. Burkett, D. Byrum, A. Gastello, C. Chandler, G. Chamblee, J. Chamblee. Above--FIFTH GRADE Below--FOURTH GRADE ■■1 Above--FOURTH GRADE Below--THIRD GRADE C. Cherry, J. Cook, J. Covington, A. Crawford, W. Darden, L. Davis, N. Davis. L. Dempsey, J. Dilday, K. Dilday, L. Dilday, S. Dilday, B. Doughtie, R. Dunn. J. Eagles, M. Earley, J. Edwards, L. Ed¬ wards, J. Eure, D. Everett, A. Farmer. E. Felton, T. Freeman, D. Godwin, T. Godwin, N. Gupton, J. Hall, J. Harrell. J. Harrell, M. Harrell, A. Hill, C. Hog- gard, D. Hughes, J. Jernigan, W. Jerni- gan. R. Johnson, T. Jordon, C. Joyner, D. Lang- dale, A. Lassiter, T. Lassiter, N. Liverman. M. Mauney, B. Minton, J. Mitchell, L. Montie, E. Moore, D. Nichols, J. Nichols. J. Howell, R. Howell, G. Overman, E. Overton, S. Overton, L. Parker, R. Payne. M. Pugh, K, Rawls, M. Rawls, R. Riddick, T. Robertson, Ro Roundy, D. Ruffin. L. Sadler, R. Shores, L. Slate, T. Slaugh¬ ter, J. Smolen, A. Snipes, E. Stroud. B. Tayloe, B. Taylor, H. Taylor, L. Tay¬ lor, M. Taylor, K. Terry, M. Tillery. C. Vann, C. Vaughan, N. Vaughan, E. Vick, E. West, G. Whedbee, J. White. K. Whitehead, J. Willipord. M. Albares, R. Askes, A. Beddow, B. Blanton, D.Blowe, M. Boone, T. Britt. -- W. Allen, S. Anderson, G. Askew, R. Barnes, L. Beamon, J. Blowe, C. Bond. B. Boyette, D. Brantley. M. Brickhouse, A. Brinkley, J. Britten, B. Brown, D. Brown. G. Burden, R. Byrum, S. Byrum, L. Can- nady, W. Chamblee, B. Chanoirae, D. Charles. C. Cherry, A. Cooke, A. Cooper, R. Cum mings, B. Daniels, R. Dickens, P. Dilday. S. Dilday, J. Dunn, H. Edwards, J. Ellis, S. Evans, D. Garrett, R. Godwin. T. Godwin, S. Guttu, H. Harmon, E. Harrell, R. Harrell, B. Harris, M. Hawks. J. Hepner, M. Herrin, A. Hewitt, T. He¬ witt, M. Hill, G. Hoggard, B. Holloman. J. Horton, B. Howerton, R. Jernigan, W. Johnson, J. Liverman, B. Miller, N. Minton. S. Minton, J. Mitchell, P. Mitchell, J. Morgan, L. Mulder, C. Newsome, B. Nichols. J. Northcott, W. Nowell, M. Odom, D. Overton, D. Overton, R, Overton. S. Overton. R. Baker , M. Pearce, M. Pearce, B. Peeie, J. Perry, B. Pierce, L. Pierce. B. Pittman, P. Price, T. Price, M. Rawls, L. Rhodes, S. Roberson, C. Robertson. S. Rueb, M. Shue, B. Slaughter, D. Smith. G. Sullivan, M. Terry, C. Taylor. P. Taylor, H. Vann, G. Waters. M. Waters, R. Whitaker. R. White, G. Williams. Above--THIRD GRADE Below--SECOND GRADE A. Williford, V. Wimberly, J. Wynne. C. Allen, B. Baggett, L. Baker, S. Barnes, K. Blanchard, J. Blowe, D. Bracy. J. Bracy, B. Brinkley, E. Brittenham, J. Brittenham, G. Britton, A. Byrd, J. Clark. P. Cooper, J. Covington, J. Cummings, D. Dilday, J. Dilday, M. Doughtie, B. Earley. D. Earley, W. Edwards, J. Farmer, E. Ferro, J. Fuller, W. Fuller, P. Futrell. D. Godwin, P. Godwin, T. Greene, S. Hadden, D. Harriss, S. Hepner, T. Herrin. J. Hewitt, B. Hoggard, J. Holloman, J. Holloman, B. Jarrett, N. Jernigan, R. Jernigan. E. Johnson, F. Joyner, G. Keel, W. King, P. Kirkland, B. Lassiter, W. Lassiter. L. Lewis, P. Lewis, R. Lewis, C. Liver- man, P. Mabro, M. Mauney, W. McGraw. S. McSwain, C. Miller, G. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, L. Mitchell, T. Mitchell. J. Morris, L. Mosley, E. Mulder, P. New- bern, B. Newsome, J. Newsome, B. Nichols. L. Nichols, A. O ' Steen, B. Outland, G. Overton, B. Parker, G. Parker, S. Parker. F. Peede, R. Peele, D. Phelps, J. Poplin, N. Rawls, G. Rhoads, L. Roundy. B. Sawyer, J. Slate, A. Slaughter, C. Snyder, J. Stroud, S. Sumner. S. Taylor, K. Toler, R. Turner, C. Umph- lette, J. Vann, S. Vaughan, L. Vierson. R Wagstaff, D. Waters, B. White, G. White, A. Wiggings, J. Williams, M. Williams. A. Wynns, S. Wyrick. R. Albares, W. Alexander, M. Alston, R. Baggett, J. Baker, N. Baker, P. Barnes. J. Bass, D. Bazemore, J. Beale, B. Beard, J. Belch, E. Best, J. Blanton. L. Blowe, K. Brantley, G. Brickhouse, B. Britt, S. Bryant, R. Byrum, W. Burum. W. Byrum, C. Callis, B. Castello, J. Chamblee, K. Chandler, M. Covington, S. Cowan. R. Cowan, B. Davenport, G. Davidson, J. Earley, J. Eure, R. Everett, P. Farless. S. Farless, S. Foy, D. Frank, T. Fuller, B. Futrell, L. Garrett, W. Godwin. K. Hall, P. Harmon, J. Harrell, M. Harrell, W. Harrell, D. Harris, J. Heath. S. Hill, R. Hodge, J. Holloman, B. Howard, C. Hughes, T. Hughes, V. Hughes. L. Hulse, E. Jernigan, R. Jernigan, R. Joy¬ ner, L. Keller, W. Langley, D. Lassiter. G. Lassiter, G. Lassiter, C. Magette, C. Makim, B. Melvin, T. Miller, L. Mitchell. Above--SECOND GRADE Below--FIRST GRADE P. Mize lie, C. Mizzelle, G. Morris, B. Mosley, L. Mulder, G. Murphy, J. Muse. K. Newsome, R. Outland, A. Overton, L. Overton, R. Overton, B. Parker, G. Parker L. Parkin, M, Pearce, R, Pearce, S. Pearce, M. Peed, D. Perry, R. Perry. A. Phelps, S. Pierce, D. Pittman, K. Pop¬ lin, B. Prichard. G. Purvis, C. Riddick. S. Sharp, K. Simons, A . Slade, B. Smith, J. Smolen, M. Snyder, J. Taylor. N. Vaughan, L. Warren, R. Whaley, T. White, W. Willoughby, J. Wyrick. Cest We forget PICTURED: Mrs. O. R. Creech, Mrs. J. E. Keel, Mrs. W. E. Smith, Mrs. L. K. Godwin, Mrs. J. K. Barrow, Mrs. W. C. Gupton, Mrs. H. A. Willoughby. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. W. L. Hopkins Mrs J. B. Ruffin, Mrs. W. W. Knight. P jiHHUui waff SEATED, left to right Frances Nichols, Sandra Hopkins, Mary Anne Gupton, L. K. Godwin, Janiceteen Williams, Alease Willoughby, Betty Lou Creech, Marianne Monk, Jennings Ruffin, Brenda Smith, Frances Knight, Betsy Ann Overton, Kathryn Shue. STANDING, left to right: Betty Kaye Hollingsworth, Linka McKeel, Ralph Mosley, Jimmy Davis, Caulis Todd, Larry Ross, Johnny Barrow, Grafton Beaman, Lowell Keel, Geraldine Bio we , Sandr a Dilday We’ve said it in the foreword--we say it again--this group has toiled long and well to bring you a yearbook of which you can be proud. At least we have enjoyed trying. Our Editor-in-Chief, Jennings Ruffin, has burned the midnight oil to bring you this yearbook. e- y The Pow Wow, the high school newspaper, is a medium of information and entertainment for faculty and students. At all times it strives to promote the highest standards of journalism and has won several coveted journalistic awards under the faculty guidance of Mrs. Allan Powell. ' A fcjK) .PMlr y O, jf -A- - } „ rw yAj. b (llAl , iJ $ o) ' ,i)f JO • A f w y. ' a? r j tPC JL V; r " Editor--Betty Lou Creech As. Editor--Bobbi Smolen Feature Editors—Sandra Dilday, Alease Willoughby Sports Editors--Ralph Mosley, Johnny Barrow As. Sports Editor-- Ronnie Joyner Exchange and Circulation-- Delores Willoughby Business Manager-- Brenda Smith As. Business Manager- Becky Jo Overton Photographers-- Sandra Hopkins, Tommy Gray Student Council President Vice President Secretary Chaplain Vice President President character! Treasurer i I if y 7 l .y . j irjijif Secretary qJYs v _ MR. ROBERT BROWN ;|K y ' JW Jr 1 They strut for Ahoskie--Mary Ann Gupton Betsy Overton, Kathryn Shue, Brenda Smith, Garrett, Kay Miller, Betty Lou Creech, and Sandra Hopkins. .i • L V -r, „ Vv JK( Hats off the flags are passing- Gona Dilday, Marianne Monk, Judi Williams, Patsy Jernigan, and Peggy Willoughby. We are especially proud of our 4-H club since the first Corn Club, now 4-H, was established here in 1909. Miss Sparks finds it a pleasure to instruct such a fine group of girls. The Glee Club adds much to the pleasure of school events with their contribution of outstanding musical numbers. The Future Homemakers of America is the national organization for pupils who have studied or are study¬ ing, homemaking in high school. The purposes are eightfold, the main purpose is to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. " Toward New Horizons " is the motto. ' pggMERS gp Merica President Treasurer Secretary Vice President Bus Drivers: Jimmy Flowers, Ronnie Smith, Janiceteen Williams, James Asbell, Judy Earley, Ernest Jenkins, and Eddie Newbold. Bettie Mathis, Lucy Cooper, Rachel Peede, James Brown, Bobby Ray Harrell, and Roselyn Max- ham. The duty of the Safety Patrol is to promote safety in the building and on the school grounds during the loading and unloading of buses. The Safety Patrol is composed of 12 boys from grades five through eight. To be eligible to be on the patrol each boy must maintain a 90 average and pass a test put out by t he American Safety Council. Mr. Rawdon Garrett is the sponsor on the Safety Patrol. Zkis Js Not an Organization but Jt Js One of Our Javorite Activities Each year the senior class in recognition of the fact that our future depends upon its youth elects two mascots as its representatives. Here are those who represent ' 59, Alexis Lipsitz and Christopher Hunter. Coach’s Message To the fine young men and girls who have taken part in ath¬ letics this year I wish to extend a warm”nice going. " You have been tried in the fire of strong competition and come out well. To the student body and loyal fans we say thanks for your support and keen interest in athletics. Your conduct and spirit always inspire our teams to do their best in athletics. To the principal and faculty we express our gratitude for your support and understanding toward athletics in the school program. Stalwart Indians, Ready to go! These husky young men closed the season with a bang. Have ball, will score! Donnie Davis scores from 15 yards out against Scotland Neck as the Indians continue on their victory trail. Allan Beale is getting a good work-out as he strengthens himself for the stiffening com petition. STARTING LINE-UP FRONT ROW, left to right: Barry Miller, Right End; Larry Ross, Right Tackle; Jessie Brinkley, Right Guard; James Asbell, Center; Ralph Mosley, Left Guard; Billy McKeel, Left Tackle; Wayland Minton, Left End. STANDING: Jackie Brinkley, and Westly Wise, Left Halfback; Brinkley Overton, Quarterback; Butch Williams, Fullback; Donnie Davis, Left Halfback. ---for these boys were State Champions last year. Play ball, " says our coach. Out of the park for this one! Signs of spring. SANDRA HOPKINS Forward jk MARY ANN GUPTON Guard BRENDA SMITH Forward BETTY LOU BEALE Guard MARIANNE MONK Forward KATHRYN SHUE Guard Co-Captains: BRENDA SMITH MARY ANNE GUPTON KNEELING: Maidens - Mary Anne Gu ton Kathryn Shue, Brenda Smith, Marianne Monk, Sandra Hopkins. STANDING: Judy Outlaw, Betty Lou Beale, Barbara Jo O ' Berry, Emma Jean Thomas, Arlene Rawls, Kaye Krause, Diane Cannady, Ann Dilday. « 4 $, It must come down! Brenda Smith shot the ball, but where did it go? Marianne Monk and Kaye Krause Krause make their way around the Plymouth guards in search. Keep your fingers crossed! Betty Lou Beale awaits rebound as Mary Anne Gupton tries to stop Plymouth ' s Papineau, No. 11. Hitch your ball to a basket! Kitty Shue keeps her forward in the corner as Mary Anne Gupton and Betty Lou Beale stay out front to block the shot. Who ' s got the ball? Brenda Smith attempts a shot as the Plymouth girls try to stop her effort. » lr w ■ Head up! Ball in air! Arlene Rawls stands and hopes that the ball will go into the basket, as Brenda Smith waits for the rebound. Everyone wonders whether the shot attempted by Brinkley Overton was made or not. Jerry Lindsay, Wayne Osoome, and Donnie Davis stand by in case it wasn ' t. Where inches count. Jerry Lindsay runs under for the rebound as Brinkley Overton attempts to shoot over the hands of the Plymouth players. Bennett Williams, Warren Spivey, and Bobby Dilday stand guard for the rebound, as Harold Beaman goes high over the Hertford players for the shot. Wayne Osborne and Scotland Neck ' s No. 18 seem to be practicing a dance routine as they look around for the ball. Ruffin Odom and Wayne Osborne look on as Brinkley Overton and Hertford’s No. 18 battle for the ball. IA vC TEN OF THE BEST! The fighting Indians of 59 are - KNEELING: Earl Dilday, Wayne Osborne, Brinkley Overton, Donnie Davis, and Jerry Lindsay. STANDING: Ronnie Joynej W ey Wis , Ruffin Odom, Harold Beaman, and Bennett Williams. A quick quintet. Here’s looking at you Autographs -ms-.-0 ■cd f " , dd 01 . d h I ' nl d 7 lid ■ drrt M A Ka .c- . Autographs a w- cM rJ?0U7 J Vs a U . 0 0 0 2 % £ •4 tp UaV ) (Lad 2 a- CfXJi. (U QsbiAAs ’ - ' w .... CujJk UW A Vrf-. 2»X J MUjtsJ) r» owe uA yeiJof j. HJ. V SOCIETY CLEANERS We Deliver Phone 2712 Ahoskie, N. C. WISE BODY AND FENDER SHOP a Teenager ' s Best Friend When in Trouble V isit YOU GODWIN SAVIN P COMPANY for Zenith Radio and TV Se rvice I. O. HILL AND COMPANY Dealers in Quality Furniture 159 West Washington Street Compliments of DR, E. T. VISER Compliments of SUNOCO- Suffolk, Va. O’BERR Y ' S SUNOCO y cy, Aulander, N. C. Ahoskie, N. C Compliments of MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SHOP dairy products MAOLA DAIRIES Take Your Clothes to the WINTON CLEANERS ' Cong ratulations to the Seniors Compliments of SHARP CABINET SHOP COLONY PINE COMPANY " Buyers of Pine Timber " Ahoskie, N. C. RELIABLE PLUMBING COMPANY For the Best in Wholesale Meats BOONE’S AHOSKIE MEAT AND PROVISION COMPANY PHARMACY Compliments of DR. L. B. MORTON Phone 3374 " The Best for Less " 109 West Main St. Ahoskie, N. C. YOUR SEARCH ENDS THORNTON’S We Pull for Ahoskie SESSOMS BROTHERS “ AULj IDER furniture COMPANY Compliments of DRS. EAGLES CALVERT ATLANTIC DISCOUNT Compliments of N. S . GODWIN AND SONS Ahoskie I North Carolina HAYES MILLER COMPANY Pre-Tested Poll-Parrot Shoes Compliments of Ahoskie, N. C. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK AHOSKIE LAUNDRY Compliments of RICH SQUARE COAL ICE COMPANY Compliments of BRINKLEY MOTOR COMPANY For Ford Parts and Service Ahoskie, North Carolina SALES SERVICE FREEMAN LUMBER CO. Large Enough to Serve You Small Enough to Know You Ahoskie, N. C. BRYANT INSURANCE AGENCY Services and Settlements That Satisfy Ahoskie, N. C. IF IT’S GOOD FOOD JIMMIE’S PLACE Compliments of PELAND DRUG COMPANY DR. W. H. WYNNS BARNES SAWYER GROCERY CO. Congratulations to Elizabeth City POWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Savings to Policyholders Since 1939 Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of LEVY JEWELERS AND YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP Suffolk, Va. Seniors Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of STANDARD CHEVROLET COMPANY Compliments of ROSES 5 £ 10 £ 25 £ Best Wishes to the Senior Class SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT BRETT’S WILLIAM ' S FURNITURE CO. Come in and Let Us Style Your Hair AHOSKIE BEAUTY SHOP Phone 3067 202 N. Main St. GULF SERVICE Start Out on the Right Foot by Learning to Bake the Easy Way! Use Cream Flour for Best Results Every Time W. H. BASNIGHT COMPANY Compliments of AHOSKIE LIVE STOCK MARKET Compliments of ESKIMO DRIVE-IN Compliments of Best Wishes to BARNES SON Seniors s Powellsville, N. C. R-C MOTORS I 4 VINSON’S GARAGE l Shop at BELK-TYLERS IT’S A PLEASURE! BUDDIE ' S ompliments of ESSO STATION TOMAHAWK RESTAURANT Compliments of AHOSKIE WHOLESALE COMPANY Compliments of DR. J. B. RUFFIN WHEDBEE-BRITTON HARDWARE Phone 3061 Compliments of H. O. RAYNOR SON Powellsville, N. C. your key . . . TO GREATER VALUES Compliments AHOSKIE TIRE SERVICE Main St. Ahoskie MODLIN ' S CORNER Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats and Vegetables Phone 3369 R. G. COOK MOTOR COMPANY Aulander, North Carolina 1 Eastern Carolina ' s Finest Furniture Store GARRETT’S FURNITURE Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of SERVICE BARBER SHOP Compliments of B H MOTOR SALES Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of W. A. WYNNS STORE Powellsville, N. C. Compliments of WESTERN AUTO Hurry to FARMERS HARDWARE COMPANY Main St. , Ahoskie PARAMOUNT PARAMOUNT CLEANERS Our Business Patrons THE LITTLE SHOP DEE ' S MARKET £ cleaning E. R. CARTER SON DEWEY WHITE ' S TEXACO STATION Congratulations to the Seniors AHOSKXE MANUFACTURING COMPANY A CAREER With A Future! If you like science and mathe¬ matics, consider engineering for your career! Engineering is the field of today and tomorrow. Progress is fast. New jobs are opening up every day. Plan for a job with a future—plan to be an engineerl VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY FELTON’S ESSO SERVICE STATION of WOODLAND QUAKER HOUSE Woodland, N. C. Winton, N. C. AND SAVE Compliments of BRADY ' S SERVICE STATION Winton, N. C. 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