Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

 - Class of 1963

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‘Vi d Sc uKd It is with much pleasure that the staff of the CHIEF invites you to come with them along a trail, packed with many adventures, with many things to see and do. May they all challenge your interest and lead you finally to an end of the trail where the Happy Hunting Grounds await. DecUc itco«t mt -. ' T , .?S cV 3 ■ It is with admiration,-the hieh.- • ' - •• ••• • •-r. est esteem and sincere appreciation-- ' : ' that we dedicate this issue Yearbook to Mr., and Mrs. Russell =--plA a a P. Martin. Coming to Hertford County in 1950, he as county superintendent of schools and she as a teacher of English and French and sponsor of the local Beta Club in Ahoskie High School, they have performed out¬ standing service as educational leaders in our county. Under their capable direction much progress has been made along all lines of educa¬ tional endeavor. We salute these leaders as we express the hope that we may have the benefit of their valued services for many years to come. ' A ' - ' ll ' V-v ' ' , .iit4 I iiiwwi 4cC(itcetc4tn citc «t Su eni ttettcle tt Greetings to the Seniors of 1963: It has been with much pride and joy that I have observed your progress in the school and community for the past twelve years. Your ambition, diligence, and sincerity have been reflected in your work from day to day. As a class you have played important roles in scholar¬ ship as well as in extracurricular activi¬ ties. Your graduation from high school further indicates your desire and ability to resolve successfully the many diffi¬ cult tasks that have confronted you in the past years. I trust that your gradua¬ tion is but the first step in a series of successful achievements for you. May your past accomplishments be an inspi¬ ration and the future a challenge to even greater success. Sincerely yours, R. P. MARTIN Duke University; A.B. Wake Forest College; M.A. 8 It is with keen interest and much pleasure that I bring you greetings and best wishes in this, your yearbook for 1962-63. I am gratified and encouraged to note your capable participation in extracurricular activities of which your annual is a credit¬ able representation. It has been, and is, my sincere desire that all the activities of your school life may serve to make you better, more useful, more valuable members of human society. May your contribution to your day and generation be most outstanding and worthy. As your principal and your friend, I am happy to dedicate myself to your service. Very sincerely, - A. WOODROW TAYLOR Principal Atlantic Christian; B.S. University of North Carolina; M. A. " May I have your attention for announcements, please. " O ceena. Mrs. R. A. Anderson, Treasurer; Mrs. C. S. Savin, Secretary; Mr. William Charles, Vice-President; Mr. Clarence Godwin, President, (not pictured) Mr. William Miller; Dr. J. L. Frank; Mr. Wallace Gray, Chairman; Mr. William Green; (not pictured) Dr. Dan Boyette. 10 !! MRS. CHARLES W. HUGHES English, Senior Advisor: Colerain High Colerain High School; Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina Romance Languages, A.B. MRS, ALLEN POWELL English, Journalism, Pow-Wow Sponsor; Scotland Neck High School; Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, English, A. B. MRS. RUSSELL MARTIN French, English, Beta Club Sponsor; Marshville High School; East Carolina College, French and English; Wake Forest, and Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, Graduate Work. MISS DEBORAH BROWN English, Latin, Senior Advisor; Corinth Academy, Ivor, Virginia; Guilford College, English, A. B. , University of Virginia; Columbia University. MRS. HAROLD SESSOMS Algebra; Sunbury High School; Greensboro College, Mathematics, A. B. MR. CARROLL DANIELS Chemistry, Physics, Physical Ed. , Colerain High School, Colerain, N. C. , Chowan College; Appal achian State Teacher ' s College, B. S. MR. JULIAN P. FREEMAN Business Math and Geometry; Gates High School; Campbell College, Mathematics and Physical Education, A. B. ; Atlantic Christian College. MRS. ORRIN HARRELL Biology; Schoolfield High School; Farmville State Teachers College, Edu¬ cation, B. S. MRS, HARRY SAMS History, Student Council Sponsor; Woodland High School; Westtown, Pennsylvania; East Carolina College , A.B. MRS. TOMMY MITCHELL English, Algebra, Math, History; Ahoskie High School; Greensboro College, A. B. MRS. DEANES BRETT Economics, Sociology, Health, and Geography; Franklin High School; Wake Forest College, Social Science and English , B. S. ; Campbell College. MR. JACK YOUNG Physical Education; Tipton High School, Social Science and Physical Education; East Carolina College, B. S. ; Brevard College; Northwestern University; A.S.T.C. 9 r r |ri« MkAlpAM Mur lUiV ttPT OCT NOV 1 I BKSt MRS. JULIAN FREEMAN Home Economics; Garden High School; Radford College of V. P. I. , B. S. MR. ROBERT BROWN Music; Rich Square High School; Atlantic Christian College, B. Music; Wake Forest; University of Florida, M.A. MRS. BILL TAYLOR Typing and Bookkeeping; Ayden High School; East Carolina College, A.B. MR. LANSING PEACOCK Agriculture; Roper High School; North Carolina State College, B. S. 15 MRS. GERARD LAMM Lucama High School, Lucama, N. C. ; Flora Macdonald College, B. S.; Red Springs, N. C. MR. TOMMY MITCHELL Ahoskie High School; East Carolina College B. S. ; Physical Education and Social Studies. MRS. JOHN GILBERT Farmlife High School, Carthage, N. C.; Flora Macdonald College. B. S. MRS. MARY AINSLEY Mars Hill High School; Chowan College, A. B. MISS EMMA R, PARKER Librarian; Mapleton High School; Chowan College, A, B. MRS. W. G. BARNES School Secretary. MR. WILLIAM BARR County Guidance Director; King High School, King, N. C. ; Wake Forest College, B. S. ; Appalachian State Teachers College, M. A. ; Graduate work at East Carolina College. MR. ARTHUR BROWN Speech Therapist; Appalachian State Teachers College, B. S.; Western Carolina College. 17 MISS CHRISTINE BRETT MRS. WILLIAM LEARY Murfreesboro High School; Chowan College. Irvinton High School, Irvington, Kentucky. B. A. ; East Carolina College. M. A. A. B. ; Georgetown College. Georgetown. Kentucky. A. B. MRS. RONALD PERRY MRS. LANSING PEACOCK Colerain High School; Grammar Education; East Carolina College, B. S. Rockingham High School; East Carolina College, B.A. DOROTHY LOUISE AYSCUE Dlee Club 2,4, i I I j i i JOHN DAVIS BARNES Student Council 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Pow Wow 4; Annual Staff 4, Business Manager; Citizenship Award 1; Band 1,2, 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Co- Chief Marshal 3; Senior Superlative - Most likely to Succeed. HUNTER SPENCER BARROW Football 1, 2, 3,4; All-Conference Football 4; All-Eastern 3; All- State 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; Student Council 1,2,3; Class President 1,3; Pow Wow 2,3,4; Senior Superlative - Best All Round. iLinda belch j| jTransfer from Colerain High School, jcolerain, N. C.; Basketball 1,2; iVarsity Club 1,2; Homecoming ijAttendant 1; Homecoming ipueen 2; 4-H Club 1,2; Chorus ll; Cheerleader 1,2; Ahoskie LjActivities; Basketball 3,4; [parsity Club 3,4, Secretary 4; l ow Wow 4, Assistant Business (Manager 4; Annual 4; Co-Sports Editor; Office Assistant 4; Homecoming Candidate 4. LOIS DALE BLOWE Glee Club 1,2,4. ROYCE CARLTON BLOWE Pow Wow 3,4, Assistant Editor 4; Beta Club 3,4; Quill and Scroll 4; ECPA Award 3; NEDT Award 2. JOYCE EVELYN BURGESS JAMES ELVERTON BRETT Football 1,2, 3,4, Honorable Mention 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Home¬ coming Escort 2; Senior Superlative - Most Athletic. FHA 1,2; J.V. Basketball. RICHARD SAMUEL BURKETT Glee Club 2,3; FFA1,2,3,4. JEAN BYRD J.V. Basketball 1. BARBARA ANNE CASPER Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1; Citizenship Award 2; Typing Contest 2. County and District; Glee Club 2,3; FHA 3. LARRY DOUGLAS COOKE Band 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, All-Conference 4; Wrestling 3; Track 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Senior Superlative - Wittiest. BENJAMIN OTIS DEMPSEY MAGGIE LEIGH COOKE Glee Club 2,4; 4-H Club 2,4. FFA1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3; Football 2,4; Track 2; Varsity Club 4. ALICE FERN DILDAY J.V. Basketball 1; Citizenship Award 2; Band 1.2,3,4; FHA 1, 2,3,4; Annual 4; Office Assistant 4; Perfect Attendance 1,3. ■ HORACE CHRISTOPHER DILDAY , JR. FFA 1,2,4, President 4; Band 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Typing .Contest 3; FFA Contest 1,2; jjaycee Honor Roll Award 1; [| Homecoming Escort 4; Marshal 3. JUDITH EMMA DILDAY FHA 1; 4-H Club 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 2. 3; Typing Contest 3; Annual 4. DORIS ELIZABETH EAGLES Beta Club 3,4; Pow Wow 2,3, Feature Editor 3; J.V. Basketball 1; Basketball 2, 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Majorette 1,2, 3,4, Head 4; Homecoming Candidate 4, Annual 4, Assistant Photographer; Senior Superlative - Most Popular. A. JANE RAILEY EARLY SARAH MARGARET GILBERT JACQUELINE PAIGE FUTRELL Band 1,2; Class Secretary 1; Student Council 3, Vice-President 3; Beta Club 3,4; Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1; Homecoming Attendant 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Basketball 2; Pow Wow 3,4, Assistant Business Manager 3; Business Manager 4; Marshal 3; Harvest Festival Queen 2; Citizenship Award 2; Varsity Club 3,4; Cheerleader 3,4, Co-Chief 3,4; Majorette 1,2; Hertford County Scholastic Award 3; Annual 4, Co-Sports Editor; Senior Superlative - Best All Round. JANE ARLENE EARLEY Student Council 1; Class Secretary 2; FHA 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Presi¬ dent 4; Annual 4; Office Assistant 4; Homecoming Candidate 4; Senior Superlative - Sweetest Girl. JOEL DAVID EARLEY FFA1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. ANGELA HOPE FUTRELL Band 1,2; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Pow Wow 4, Assistant Sports Editor; GAA 4, Secretary; Annual 4; Senior Superlative - Wittiest. Band 1,2,4; Majorette 1,2,4; FHA 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Basket¬ ball 2,3; Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1; Homecoming Attendant 3; Class Secretary 3; Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Citizenship Award 3; Marshal 3, Co-Chief 3; Hertford County Scholastic Award 3; Student Council 2; Annual 3,4, Editor 4; Perfect Attendance Award 2. Band 1; J.V. Basketball 1; FHA 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Chief 3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Annual 4; Senior Superlative - Best Dancer. NORMA KAYE HALL CLARENCE RAY GODWIN, JR. Football 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Senior Superlative - Best Personality. Homecoming Attendant 2,4; FHA 1,2, Vice- President 2; Student Council 4; Glee Club 2; GAA 4. JANE ELLEN HARRELL I FHA 1, Office Assistant 4; ; Typing Contest 2. I I I I i I VICTOR LEE HARRELL Basketball 1,2,4; Student Council 2,3; Beta Club 3; PowWow3,4, Photographer 4; Class Vice- President 1; Senior Superlative - Best Dressed. PEGGY JEAN HARRELL Glee Club 3,4. DANIEL EDWARD HERRING, JR. FFA 1, Vice-President 1; Student Council 4; Annual 4, Advertising Editor; Homecoming Escort 4; Class Vice-President 4; FFA Con¬ test 1; Homecoming Escort 4. JOSEPH STEVE JERNIGAN JOSEPH JOHN HOLLOMAN Band 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Senior Superlative - Quietest. Glee Club 2,3; FFA 2,3,4; J.V. Football 2; Bus Driver 4. ELIZABETH AMANDA JONES J.V. Basketball 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Annual 4; GAA 4. BPTNDA JO JOYNER FHA 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Glee Club 4; GAA 4. ALAN KENT MASSEY J.V. Basketball 1, Football 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Student Council 1; Senior Superlative - Cutest. MERRIEL RAY LIVERMAN 4-H Club 1,2, 3; Bus Driver 3,4; FFA 1,2,3.4. PAMELA KAY McSWAIN KATHY DARE MAXHAM FHA 1; 4-H Club 1; Substitute Bus Driver 4. Glee Club 2; 4-H Club 2; GAA 4, CE-CECILIA PATRICIA MITCHELL 4-H Club 2; Glee Club 1; FHA 1,2,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Annual 4; GAA 4. WILSON LEE MITCHELL Glee Club 2,3; FFA1,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3. Student Council 1,2, 3,4, Secre¬ tary-Treasurer 2, President 4; Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 3; Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Annual 4, Associate Editor; FHA 1,2,3,4; Hertford County Scholastic Award 3; Perfect Attendance Award 2; Marshal 3; NEDT Award 2; Office Assistant 4; Senior Superlative - Most Likely to Succeed. JACQUELINE ANNE MOORE FHA 1,2,4, Junior President 2; Class President 4; Class Vice-President 3; Class Treasurer 2; Student Council 1,2,4; Beta Club 3,4; Annual 4; Senior Superlative - Best Personality. DOROTHY ANNE MOSLEY EARNEST CLAUDE MULLEN Transfer from Ralph L. Pike Senior High School, Wilson, N. C.; Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Track 1,2; Varsity Club 1,2; Ahoskie Activities; Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Track 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. HILDA MAE NELSON Glee Club 2,3; 4-H Club 1. ROBERT WAYNE ODOM Student Council 1,4; J,V. Foot¬ ball 1; District Typing Contest 2; NEDT Award 2; Annual 4; Home¬ coming Escort 4; Perfect Attendance Award 3. ALICE JANE OVERTON Flagbearer 1; FHA 1; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4, Varsity Club Attendant 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3; All-Conference 3; GAA 4, Presi dent; Senior Superlative - Most Athletic. GAIL ELIZABETH NOLAN Majorette 2; Cheerleader 3; Pow Wow 3,4, Feature Editor 3; Annual 4, Art Editor; Band 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4; J.V. Basketball 1; NEDT Award 2; Quill and Scroll 3,4. JOYCE ANN PARKER Glee Club 1,4. MURRAY MACHREE PARKER, JR. -ootball 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 4; arsity Club 4. i| PAMELA LEIGH PARKER 4-H 1,2; Perfect Attendance Award 1,2,3; Annual 4. EWELL GAYLORD PEARCE Football 1,2; Track 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Homecoming Escort 4. , DOUGLAS THOMAS PEELE i I Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2, 3,4; ■ Varsity Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Senior Superlative - Most Talented, MARGARET DIANNE PERRY J.V. Basketball 1; Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1; Typing Contest 2; Citizenship Award 3; Student Council 3; Beta Club 3,4; Marshal 3; Annual 4, Office Assistant 4. WILLIAM EDWARD PETTIGREW CAROLE JEAN RHOADS ROBERT LEON PRIDGEN Basketball 1,2,4; Football 1,2, 4; Honorable Mention 4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 2; Track 1,2,3; Home¬ coming Escort 2, 3; Senior Superlative - Best Dancer, FHA 1,2,3,4, Pianist 4; Beta Club 3,4; Typing Contest 2, District and State; Student Council 4; Annual 4; Office Assistant 4; Senior Superlative - Best Dressed. REBECCA NAILLE RIGBY Band 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Pow Wow 3; J.V. Basketball 1; Hertford County Scholastic Award 3; National Merit Achievement Award 3; Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1, Straight " A " Student Award; NEDT Award 2; Annual 4, Photographer; National Merit Letter of Commen¬ dation 4; Marshal 3; Senior Superlative - Most Intelligent. LEE MERIDA RITTER J.V. Basketball 1; Track 1; Beta Club 3,4; Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1; Straight " A " Student Award; Hertford County Scholastic Award 3; Marshal 3; Senior Superlative - Most Intelligent. EARLE SMALLWOOD RUFFIN FHA 1,2,4; Band 1,2; Majorette 2, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; GAA 4, Vice-President; Miss Remco 4; Class Secretary 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Azalea Princess 4; Office Assistant 4; Annual 4; Senior Superlative - Prettiest Girl. ELIZABETH ANN ROSE Glee Club 4. BEVERLY IRIS TAYLOR ! iBand 1,2,3; J.V. Basketball 1; IFHA 1,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Annual I |4; Typing Contest 3; Office ■Assistant 4. WILLIAM ISAAC TERELL, JR. Football 1,2, 3,4, All-Conference 4; Track 1,2,3; Class President 2; Wrestling 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Senior Superlative - Nicest Boy. DONNA DUKES VIERSEN J.V. Basketball 1; Band 1,2, 3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Jaycee Honor Roll Award 1; Beta Club 3,4; State Beta Secretary 4; Pow Wow i2,3,4. Editor 3,4; Annual 4, ||Feature Editor; NEDT Award 2; SlOuill and Scroll 3,4; Homecoming Candidate 4; Miss Good Neighbor 3; Marshal 3; Senior Superlative - ilCutest. 1 | ROBERT EUGENE VINSON J.V. Football 1,2; Track 1,2; FFA 1,2,4; Home¬ coming Escort 4; Senior Superlative - Best Looking Boy. PHYLLIS ANN TINKHAM Student Council 2; Citizenship Award 1; Class Treasurer 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President 2; Annual 4; Office Assistant 4; Senior Superlative - Quietest. BOBBY LEE WALL FFA 1,3,4; Glee Club. DAVIS WEST JAMES MABRY WHALEY Class Treasurer 1; Football 1,2,3,4. All-Conference 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Senior Superlative - Most Popular. Glee Club 4: FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2; 4-H Club 1 , 2 . JUDY WEST WILLIAMS Band 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance Award 3; Annual 4, Circulation Manaper; Senior Superlative - Most Talented. SANDRA VENABLE - Not Pictured 32 4 Clifford Askew Joe Askew Danny Barnes Linda Baggett Linda D. Barnes Linda P. Barnes Kaye Blowe Sandra Bostic Patricia Britton Beverly Brookshire Mary Ellen Brown Evelyn Burbage J. C. Burkett Jud Byrd Myrtle Byrum Patsy Byrum Tommy Charles Glenn Chitty Becky Collier Betty Jean Crawford Arther Davis Brenda Edwards Henry Felton Lee Frank M. B. Fretwell Gladys Gardner Billy Gilbert Donnie Godwin Nina Faye Harrell Richard Harrell Rose Harrell Beulah Harris Wanda Hawkins Dianne Hill Linda Hill Joyce Hopkins Butch Howerton Clyde Hughes Ann Jernigan Ann Johnson Sara Jones Tom King Diane Knight Gwen Knight Julia Knight Nancy Lassiter Charles Lewis Earl McGraw Frances Miller Yates Miller Kenneth Mitchell Winnifred Mitchell 35 Jean Monk Sugar Lump Morris Anita Newsome Linda Newsome Barbara Nichols Melvin Nichols Sandra Nichols Don Overton Johnny Overton Linda Parker Mexie Parker Robert Perry Marsha Purvis Zeb Rogerson Diane Ross Judy Savin Kay Sullivan Ronnie Sumner Nancy Swain Phil Taylor Eddie Teaster Phyllis Terry Barbara Troutman Bruce Vann Mary Etta Ward Alton Willoughby Ritchie Wynns Jimmy Young 36 Gene Allsbrook Bunny Askew Carolyn Askew Jerry Beale Sharon Beard Johnny Beaver Sandra Blades Bill Boone Betty Boyette Lois Bracy Bill Bradshaw Betty Jane Brown Judy Brown Linda Bullock Mary Ann Burden Shirley Casper Kelly Chanoine Karen Chapman Billy Charles Gail Cowan Glenn Daniels Robert Davidson Brenda Earley Bettie Eure David Feher Susan Felton Linda Ferguson 38 Linda Fornes Beth Freeman Charles Freeman Lou Futrell Bobby Gardner Gertrude Godwin Patricia Godwin Dru Hackett Ed Hall Deanna Harmon Marian Harrell Trena Harris Becky Jo Hill Greg Hodges Charlotte Hoggard Jimmy Hurdle Michael Jeffreys Linda Johnson Lynn Johnson Gordon Jones Anita Joyner Pat Kinlaw Shirley Lassiter Wayne Lassiter Sallie Ann Lee Celvin Liverman Freddie McKeel Robert Miller Carolyn Mitchell Betty Mizelle Steve Mizelle Betty Ann Mulder 39 Roy Mullen Ronald Newsome Gregory Overton Sherwood Overton Wayne Overton Mike Parker Thelma Peede Ann Peterson Donna Pittman Gail Purvis Reed Raynor Clara Ann Reilly Nancy Sessoms Pete Smolen Gregory Stanley Wesley Sumner Linda Taylor Pleasant Taylor Sharon Taylor Woody Taylor Donald Upchurch Loretta Vann Howard Vick Don Vinson Gloria Vinson Ronnie White Jeannie Whitehead Fred Wiggins Shirley Wiggins John Williams Marty Willoughby Ruth Wommack 40 Rebecca Rigby Richards VASS - Rebecca Naille Rigby Rich- •ds, 62, of Vass died peacefully ith her family by her side on March 24,2009 at Mor- rison Manor of T- Hospice of Scot- A. land County. J Naille Rigby and Miriam Baggett Rigby, Rebecca was a graduate Saint Andrews Presbyterian Col- ?e and received her M.A. in teach- g from the University of North irolina at Chapel Hill. Rebecca Richards was proud of r 44 year career as a legal assis- it working most recently for Vic- ria P. Brenner, J.D. of Robbins ay and Rich, LLP of Pinehurst. Rebecca so enjoyed her Friday ening dancing and Saturday )ming breakfast gatherings with ends at May Street Market. She IS also an active and faithful mem- r of Sandhills Assembly of God. rambecca” was also devoted to r six grandchildren whom she ' ed and who loved her dearly. Rebecca Richards was married to ; late William R. Richards, U.S. my retired. She is survived by stepchUdren, Eric Hill Richards, Te¬ resa Richards Mozena and husband, Steve Mozena, Shawn William Rich¬ ards and wife Lana Marie Richards; six grandchildren, Sarah, Daniel, Jordan, Timothy, Paul and Elijah Richards, all of Laurinburg; sister- in-law, Janice Richards Lea and husband, Robert E. Lea of Eas¬ twood, NC and many loving Baggett cousins of Lillington. A celebration service will be held on 3:00 p.m. Saturday, March 28, 2009 at Sandhills Assembly of God of Southern Pines with the Rever¬ end Bryan Rainbow officiating. A graveside memorial service for the interment of ashes will be at Sand¬ hills State Veterans Cemetery in Spring Lake at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Sandhills Assembly of God, 6481 U.S. Highway 1, South¬ ern Pines, NC 28387. The family wished to express thanks to the community of Laurin¬ burg for having the vision to build the Morrison Manor Hospice Home. Services for Rebecca B. Richards have been entrusted to Powell Fu¬ neral Home and Crematory of Southern Pines. Condolences: www.Powell | FuneralHome.com Lynn Edwards Lorelie Finley David Anderson Norman Askew Peggy Askew Bobby Baggett Rebecca Baggett Katherine Bailey Brenda Barnes Robert Barnes Laverne Baughan Bill Baughan Dianne Beale Joan Bell J. E. Benton Rodney Bland Dwight Blowe Rodney Bouldin Tony Bridgets A1 Brinkley Audrey Britton Danny Brown E. J. Burbage John Burch Olivia Burkett Ray Burkett Johnny Byrum Jo Ann Casper Cheryl Castello Debra Conner Lewis Davis Ann Dempsey Wayne Dilday Linda Dilday Elaine Doughtie Betty Jean Dunlow Benny Edwards 42 H. C. Francis Gail Frank Sandra Frank Larry Freeman Roy Fuller Johnny Futrell Walter Futrell Susan Godwin Linda Gray Charles Harrell Joe Harrell Linda Harrell Tommy Hawkins Donald Hill Dorothy Hoggard Elsie Hoggard Johnny Hora Linda Horton Elaine Jernigan Jerry Jernigan Martha Jernigan Sherron Jernigan Alice Jones Ray Lassiter Joseph Lassiter Nancy Lassiter Patsy l wis Harold McCoy Hilton Miller Michael Miller Frances Mitchell Betty Moore Kyle Morris Linda Morris Billy Mulder 43 Chris Nolan Delores Nichols Joyce Nichols Rhetta O’Briant Sandra Outlaw Gayle Padgett Diane Parker Lois Parker Evelyn Peele Brenda Perry Dale Perry Carolyn Pierce Judy Pierce Carolyn Pierce Jimmy Riddick Ruth Rose Richard Roundy Marie Rowe Joyce Snyder Becky Jo Sumner Bobby Tayloe Herbert Taylor Wayne Taylor Rebekah Terrell Pam Vann Sue Vinson Jean Warren Leon West Sherry White Judy Wiggins Elizabeth Williams June Willoughby Gypsie Wilroy Lagare Wilroy Peggy Wommack 44 (SRAD Curtis Allen, Bobby Askew, Edward Askew, Rebecca Askew, Robert Ayers, Beverly Baker, Ronnie Baker Ann Barnes, David Barnes, Shirley Barnes, Tim Barnes, Jimmy Baggett, Bill Blanchard, Joseph Bland Johnny Blanton, Linda Boone, Dicky Bracy, Elizabeth Brantley, Doris Brown, June Bunch, Janice Burkett Dewey Byrum, A1 Gastello, Linda Camp¬ bell, Gloria Chamblee, Jean Chamblee, Charlie Chandler, Cecil Cherry Ann Crawford, Lonnie Davis, Nancy Davis, William Darden, Lee Dempsey, Joe Dilday, Kay Dilday Lynn Dilday, Steve Dilday, Bobby Dough tie, Ronald Dunn, Jimmie Eagles, Joan Earley, Margaret Earley Judi Edwards, Larry Edwards, Johnny Eure, Dennis Everett, Annette Farmer, Erlene Felton, Troy Freeman Linwood Futrell, Dan Godwin, Tommy Godwin, Nathan Gup- ton, James Hall, Janet Harrell John Harrell, Masie Harrell, Jack Herring Ann Hill, Carlyle Hoggard, Brenda Horton, James Humphrey 45 William Jernigan, Tim Jordan, Cynthia Joyner, Dianne Longdale, Ann Lassiter, Teresa Lassiter, Nita Li verm an Cynthia Lucas, Jo Ann Martin, Linda Miller, Brenda Minton, Jo Mitchell, Linda Mon¬ tie, Ellen Moore Dianne Nichols, Joyce Nichols, Johnny Nowell, Robert Nowell, Jane Outland, Glenn Over¬ man, Cheryl Overton Sammy Overton, Linda Parker, Ray Payne, Keith Rawls, Ronnie Riddick, David Ruffin, Paul Sharp Rosa Shores, Linda Slate, Thomas Slaughter, Jane Smolen, Ann Snipes, Bobby Tayloe, Billy Taylor Mike Taylor, Tanya Taylor, Willie Taylor, Kenneth Terry, Martha Tillery, Tommy Tucker, Cynthia Vaughan Nelda Vaughan, Ellen Vick, David Wallace, Eunice West, Gail Whedbee, James White, Kathryn Whitehead Lyman Allen, Sue Anderson, Glenda Askew, Ralph Barnes, Leroy Beaman, Mary Boone 46 Barbara Boyette, Douglas Brantley, Montie Brickhouse, Anne Brinkley, Jeff Britton, Benjie Brown, Debbie Brown. Gay Burden, Stanley By¬ rum, Theresa Cale- mine, Nancy Can- nady, Wayne Cham- blee, Barbara Cha- noine, Dicky Charles. Clarence Cherry, Joseph Cognac, John Cooke, Rosa Dickens, Patricia Dilday, Ste¬ wart Dilday, June Dunn. Howard Ed¬ wards, Sandra Evans, Dianne Garrett, Ra¬ mona Godwin, Tom¬ my Godwin, Stephen Guttu, Eleanor Har¬ rell. Rachel Harrell, Billy Harris, Mary Hawkes, Jean Hep- ner, Mike Herrin, Roseanna Hewitt, Thomas Hewitt. Martin Hill, Joey Horton, Betty Hower¬ ton, Robbie Jernigan, Raleigh Johnson, ' Wayne Johnson, Car- lette Jones. Phyllis Kirkland, Brenda Lassiter, Peggy Lewis, Jimmie Liverman, Angela Lucas, Bar¬ bara Miller, Nancy ' Minton. Shirley Mor¬ ris, Charles Newsome, Patricia Newsome, Brenda Nichols, Judy Northcott, Bill No¬ well, Melvyn Odom. David Overton, Davy ■Overton, Royce Over- ton, Sidney Overton, Robbie Parker, Wiley Parker, Pat Parvin. Melinda Pearce, [Michael Pearce, Ben¬ nett Peele, Beth Pierce, Betsy Pittman, Marie Price, Pat Price. 47 Jack Ray, Larry Rhoads, Steve Rober¬ son, Carolyn Robert¬ son, Sam Rueb, Betty Slaughter, Dale Smith. Gail Sulli¬ van, Charles Taylor, Patsy Taylor, Melba Terry, Mike Turner, Paula Underwood, Kay Vaughan. David Ward, Merrill Waters, Ray Whitaker, Reggie White, A1 Williford, George Williams, Jennifer Wynn. axry gradb Dennis Bracy, Jim¬ mie Bracy, Sandra Barnes, Gail Britton, Steve Casper, Dianne Dilday, Janice Dil- day. Mary Ann Doughtie, Billy Early, Jackie Farmer, Eddy Ferro, Judy Fuller, Webb Fuller, Patty Futrell. Curtis Gib¬ son, Michele Gibson, Phyllis Godwin, Tom Greene, Jimmy Hol¬ loman, Francine Jones, Winston King. Brenda Knight, Cindy Liverman, J. C. Mor¬ ris, Brenda Newsome, Bonnie Outland, Gary Overton, Genie Parker. Gene Rhoads, Sherry Riddick, Bev¬ erly Sawyer, Michael Tucker, Leroy Turner, Sammy Vaughan, Lee Viersen. Bobbie White, Alan Wiggins, Amy Wynns. 48 To be recognized as an outstanding senior by being voted a superlative is truly an honor and privilege long to be remembered. These favorites among the Class of ' 63 are chosen by the popular vote of the Senior Class. Their contributions to both our class and school are notable and individual. To be chosen a superlative in any category is to be recognizee as a leader in some particular way. 49 BEST ALL-ROUND Jane R. Early Spencer Barrow MOST ATHLETIC Jane Overton Jimmy Brett 50 PRETTIEST GIRL Earle Ruffin BEST-LOOKING BOY Bobby Vinson MOST INTELLIGENT Rebecca Rigby Lee Ritter 51 MOST TALENTED Judy Williams Douglas Peele WITTIEST Angela Futrell Larry Cooke 52 BEST DRESSED Carole Rhoads Victor Harrell SWEETEST GIRL Jane A. Earley NICEST BOY Ike Terrell 53 BEST PERSONALITY Anne Moore Ray Godwin MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dot Mosley John Barnes 54 MOST POPULAR Doris Eagles Jimmy Whaley BEST DANCERS Jackie Futrell Bob Pridgen 55 CUTEST Donna Viersen Alan Massey QUIETEST Phyllis Tinkham Joe Holloman 56 ctccAitce 57 58 ofHec Mtc«t 2c e€ € cutcCccOate . KAYE HALL Senior Attendant JOYCE HOPKINS Junior Attendant SALLIE GILBERT Editor-in-chief As the year draws to a close, we look back with pleasure upon the events that have filled our cup of memories to over¬ flowing. We have attempted to capture the best and most outstanding of these memories between the covers of the 1963 CHIEF. We hope that we have succeeded in our endeavor to present a good annual to you, the students of Ahoskie High School. JOHN BARNES Business Manager DOT MOSLEY JIMMY YOUNG Associate Editor Junior Editor Left to Right - Early, Viersen, Gilbert, Mosley, Barnes, Belch, Futrell, Tinkham, Rhoads, Taylor, Earley, Perry, Ruffin, Odom, Dilday, Williams, Nolan, Moore, Jones, Rigby, Mitchell, Herring, Futrell, Eagles. 61 7 Left to Right - Belch, Early, Viersen, Bostic. Raynor, Stanley, Miller, Young, Savin, Blowe, Newsome, Futrell, Taylor, Barnes, Mizelle, Nolan, Harrell, Smolen, Barnes. The ROW WOW, the Ahoskie High School newspaper, attempts to meet the highest standards of school journalism while serving as a medium of information and entertain¬ ment. The publication is a member of Columbia Scholastic Press Association and Quill and Scroll International Society of High School Journalists. Last year it was rated medalist in CSPA national competition and took three out of four awards at the spring meeting of the Eastern North Carolina Press Association. MRS. ALLEN POWELL - Advisor; MRS. TOMMY MITCHELL - Assistant Advisor. 62 SEATED - Donna Viersen, State Beta Secretary: Sallie Gilbert, Secretary; John Barnes, President; Becky Collier, Vice-President; Rebecca Rigby, Treasurer; STANDING - FIRST ROW - Sullivan, Ross, Hill, Frank, Eagles, Baggett, Miller, Tinkham, Rhoads, Newsome, Barnes, L. Barnes, Early; SECOND ROW - B. Gilbert, Blowe, Dilday, Perry, Vann, Moore, Mosley, Taylor. The National Beta Club is a non-secret, achievement-service organization for high school students. Its objectives are to en¬ courage effort, promote character, stimu¬ late achievement, and to encourage and as¬ sist students to continue their education after high school. Its sole function is to encourage the stu¬ dent to do his best academically and morally, and to strive to make himself a real asset to his school and community. Sponsor - MRS. R. P. MARTIN. 63 Nancy Sessoms, Corresponding Secretary; Phil Taylor, Vice-President; Dot Mosley, President; Johnny Beaver, Secretary-Treasurer; Tom King, Chaplain. StcicCe«tt M€tccC The Ahoskie High School Student Council endeavors to coordinate the various school activities. It strives at all times to bring about a better relationship and more complete understanding between faculty and student body. Under the leadership of Mrs. Harry Sams this most co¬ operative group is ready and willing to aid in building a better school. Sponsor - MRS. HARRY SAMS. SEATED - Barnes. Moore, Piland, Dempsey, Beale, Purvis, Joyner; STANDING - (1) Young, Anderson, Freeman, Burkett, Terry, Brown, Hall, Rhoads, Collier, Barnes; (2) Burkett, Herring, Sumner, Vann, Odom, Miller, White, Riddick, Tayloe. 64 FIRST ROW - Mulder, J. Parker, Askew, L. Parker, Hill, Troutman, Brown, Hawkins, Burden, Cooke, Gardner, Harris; SECOND ROW - Burbage, Swain, Johnson, P. Byrum, F. Harrell, Rose, B. Nichols, S. Nichols, Daniels, J. Knight, Whitehead, Edwards; THIRD ROW - P. Harrell, Mitchell, Newsome, Pur¬ vis, Morris, Ward, Overton, M. Byrum, Joyner, M. Parker, G. Knight, Blowe. 4t £etcc FIRST ROW - Overton, Ruffin, Everett, Futrell, M. Purvis; SECOND ROW - P. Mitchell, McSwain, Dilday, W. Mitchell, R. Harrell, Hoggard, Monk, Earley, Hopkins, Morris, Kinlaw; THIRD ROW - Byrum, Hill, Askew, Brookshire, Brown, Eure, G. Purvis, Barnes, Ross, Miller; FOURTH ROW - Hall, P. Harrell, Rose, B. Nichols, Casper, Crawford, Mulder, S. Nichols, F. Harrell; FIFTH ROW - Belch, Burden, Askew. 65 Jimmy Brett, Vice-President; Mr. Julian Freeman, Sponsor; Spencer Barrow, Presi¬ dent; Linda Belch, Secretary-Treasurer. Membership in the Varsity Club is made up of those who have received letters in one or more of the major sports and who, in the opinion of the principal and coaches, have displayed those qualities of leadership and ability which good sportsmanship demands. They are enthusiastic, and cooperative in all phases of the athletic program sponsored and directed by their school. They give their whole-hearted support to all phases of activities which promote the goal of " a sound mind in a sound body. " FIRST ROW - Wiggins. Lee, Collier, Sullivan. Belch, Barrow. Brett, Newsome. J. Futrell, L. Futrell, Mitchell, Early, D. Barnes; SECOND ROW - Monk, Miller, Everett, Ruffin, A. Futrell, Purvis, P. Barnes, Earley, Eagles, Gilbert, Nolan; THIRD ROW - Parker, Barnes, Peele, Massey. Whaley, Pridgen, Mullen. Godwin; FOURTH ROW - King, Wynns. Teaster, Howerton, Charles, Young, Williams, Hughes, Raynor; FIFTH ROW - Fretwell, Rogerson, Smolen, Freeman, Miller, Bradshaw, Frank. 66 utccic o SEATED - Lou Futrell, Second Vice-President; Jane A. Earley. President; Sallie Ann Lee, First Vice-President; Betty Boyette, Secretary; STANDING - Linda Gray. Reporter; Carole Rhoads. Pianist; Betty Moore, Treasurer; Earle Ruffin Song Leader; Dianne Parker, Historian. Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of girls studying homemaking in high schools of the United States and foreign countries. The main purpose of the FHA is to help its members to contribute toward the improvement of personal, family, and community living through organized programs that function as an integral part of the homemaking education program in the schools. Sponsor - MRS. JULIAN FREEMAN FIRST ROW - Futrell, Boyette, Rhoads, Earley, Lee, Gray, Ruffin, B. Moore, Parker, Troutman, Mrs. Julian Freeman; SECOND ROW - P. Vann, B. Askew, Tinkham, Dilday, Joyner, Freeman, F. Harrell, Bailey, M. Jernigan, Conner, Pierce, Castelow; THIRD ROW - Eure, Mizelle, R. Harrell, Bracy, Tay¬ lor, Newsome, Johnson, Eure, G. Vinson, P. Mitchell, Ferguson, S. Mitchell; FOURTH ROW - Bul¬ lock, L. Vann, M. Harrell, Morris, E. Jernigan. Piland, Burkett, O ' Briant, Sumner, Finley, Baughn, Barnes; FIFTH ROW - Mosley, Peede, Edwards, Blades, C. Mitchell. C. Askew, Knight, S. Wiggins, Godwin, Peele, J. Wiggins, Dempsey; SIXTH ROW - A. Moore, Snyder, S. Jernigan, Baggett, Beale, Outlaw, J. Jernigan, L. Harrell, Willoughby, S. Vinson. 67 4«H€ ' Ucci FIRST ROW - Futrell, Willoughby, Overton, Perry, Lewis, Askew, Vinson, H. Dilday, Mr. Lansing Peacock; SECOND ROW - Harrell, Lassiter, Mizelle, Askew, Wiggins, Mitchell, Baggett, Jernigan, Dempsey, West, Wall; THIRD ROW - Hill, W. Dilday, Hawkins, Vick, Upchurch, Eure, Taylor, Burch, Hurdle, McGraw, R. Burkett; FOURTH ROW - Chanoine, Futrell, L. Freeman, Brinkley, Tay¬ lor, Jeffreys, Rogerson, Morris, Liverman, Godwin; FIFTH ROW - Ayers, Benton, Gardner, Mulder, Harrell, Perry, Edwards, Davidson, Early, Nichols. Sponsor - MR. LANSING PEACOCK. The Future Farmers of America provides experi¬ ences and training in cooperation, community serv¬ ice, leadership, earnings and savings, conduct of meetings, scholarship, recreation and public rela¬ tions. These are all summarized in the FFA motto: Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to earn. Johnny Overton, Secretary; Charles Lewis, Sentinel; Horace Dilday, President; Bobby Vinson, Vice-President; Clifford Askew, Reporter; Robert Perry, Treasurer. 68 MAJORETTES - left to right - Beard; Viersen; Joyiier; Eagles; Head; Fornes; Gilbert; Reilly; From left - First Row - Anderson; Dilday; McCoy; L. Edwards; Baggett; Boyette; Boone; Overton; Liverman; Second Row - Smolen; Beale; Nolan; Burkett; Sessoms; Bracy.C. Askew; Miller; Third Row - Taylor; Williams; Britton; G. Frank; Johnson; Brown; Fuller; Peterson; Fourth Row - B. Edwards; Stanley; Upchurch; Jernigan; Snyder; Hall; Brown; Fifth Row - S. Frank; L. Frank; Rigby; Bouldin; Riddick; Raynor; J. Askew. Probably no other organization on our campus has contributed as much to school morale and " esprit de corps " as has our Band. Under the leadership of Mr. Roben Brown their performance have always called forth a feeling of pride in their accomplish¬ ment and the school which they symbolize. Their stirring music does indeed have charms to thrill and inspire all who love and follow with interest the events which represent Ahoskie High School. MR. ROBERT BROWN Director 69 Donna Viersen Anita Joyner HEAD MAJORETTE Doris Eagles 1Sh(aioh:Beiird Sallie Gilbert Linda Fornes Sponsor - Mrs. Tommy Mitchell Sallie Ann Lee Carolyn Mitchell Lou Futrell Anita Newsome Shirley Wiggins Jackie Futrell Linda D. Barnes Becky Collier Evelyn Burbage Kay Sullivan Leader - Mr. Tommy Mitchell, Dennis Everett, Johnny Blanton, Sam Rueb, Tom¬ my Tucker, Nathan Gupton. This group of boys who make up our Safety Patrol are charged with the responsibility of as¬ sisting in checking our fleet of school buses in and out. They are on duty every morning prompt¬ ly at eight-thirty, rain or shine. They do another round of duty, beginning at three o’clock in the afternoon, as buses are dispatched. These boys take their job of protecting our students very seriously, and discharge their duties conscientiously and well. Perhaps no persons connected with our school life have more responsibility than do our bus drivers. Theirs has been, and is, an enviable record for efficiency and devotion to duty. We take this opportunity to commend them for their faithful service to their school, community, and county. Often in the face of discouraging odds, theirs is never an easy task, even under the most favorable circumstances. ROW 1 - Winnifred Mitchell, Kay Blowe, Janice Daniels, Dianne Hill, Phyllis Terry, Robert Perry; ROW 2 - J. C. Burkett, Merriel Liverman, Donnie Godwin, Clifford As¬ kew, Michael Jeffreys, Steve Jernigan. Mmes. McSwain, Gibson, Edwards, Barnes, Mitchell, Beale. What famous author once said, " But civilized man cannot live without cooks " ? Certainly no one will deny the truth of this statement. The ladies here pictured plan and prepare for our nourishment and enjoyment the well-balanced menus which charac¬ terize our cafeteria. Jesse Bishop, Ethel Newsome, Leroy Askew. C uUton These faithful servants of our school life wage a never-ending war against paper, trash, dust, and litter of every variety. They also contribute to our well-being as they manage to keep our somewhat aged and very temperamental furnaces function¬ ing for our winter comfort. 73 SEATED - Mrs. Don Viersen; Mrs. Jack Barnes; Mrs. Archie Eagles; Mrs. Jack Herring; STANDING - Mrs. Linwood Peele; Mrs. Mabry Whaley; Mrs. Miriam Rigby; Mrs. Ed Williams; Mrs. Lloyd Nolan. NOT PICTURED - Mrs. J. K. Barrow; Mrs. J. E. Brett; Mrs. Alton Dilday; Mrs. A1 Early. This group of ladies pictured above Deserves our admiration, respect and love; Tho busy their lives, and well-filled their days They follow with care our manners and ways. What do they do? They plan for our pleasure, They help make school days a time to treasure They give us fine parties, they fill us so well; In the art of entertaining they really excel! They warn, they advise, they sometimes consent; They may even scold, and later relent. We know they stand with us for all that is good. So we pay our homage to their motherhood. 74 AH ' OSKIE GREENVILLE AHGSKIE ROANOKE RAPIDS AHQSklE HERTFORD AHOSklE PLYMOUTH AHOSKIE SCOTLAND NECK AHOSKIE WASHINGTON si IiOSKIE ■F ' ‘A ' H Si IE ! ahosktd EDENTON WILLIAMSTON ELIZABETH CITY ALL CONFERENCE ■ aLl eastern DOUGLAS PEELE Guard IKE TERRELL f ■A 6 " Guard ••SPENCER BARROW Full-Back ALAN MASSEY LARRY COOKE Tackle BOB PRIDGEN End M I JIMMY WHALEY ! Quarterback JIMMY BRETT End BUTCH HOWERTON L Halfback t TOM KING Tackle MURRAY PARKER Halfback Barrow plows through for extra yardage. Indians get in shape for ' 62 season. Pridgen attempts pass interception. Left to right: Coaches Daniels: Young; Freeman. 79 KNEELING - Pridgen; Godwin; Brett; Barrow; Whaley; STANDING - Coach Freeman; Young; Raynor; Barnes; Miller; Wynns: Howerton; Chitty; Harrell: Teaster. Coach - JULIAN FREEMAN Freeman gives pep talk. 80 Raynor goes up for two points. Godwin and opponent fight over ball possession Showing his form, Brett sinks a shot for two points r;« ' VvV ' i T M KNEELING - Fuirell; Monk; Ruffin: Overton; Belch; Miller; Everette; STANDING - Brown; Hopkins; Morris; Mitchell; Askew; Ross; Kinlaw; Barnes; Purvis; Early. LINDA BELCH Forward - Co-Captain FRANCES MILLER Forward JANE OVERTON Guard - Co-Captain JEAN MONK Forward JOHANNA EVERETTE Forward Ruffin blocks show by opponent. Ball suspended as girls await outcome Girls scramble for ball. Futrell gets off two. 85 SENIOR ADVISORS Mrs. C. W. Hughes Miss Deborah Brown We are grateful for your assistance. 86 from Club and tbe CAB the _ Student bulletti catpenv P cialtv " While the cat is away, the mouse will play. .. " Belch .. office «o v,o-n . period ysics: ' Crip ' bourse P99„ Manirj’ g., hall hard ork 88 " Earle Ruffin crowned ' Miss Ahoskie High ' . " ith noiv ” State p.aletS - , beiw uda sboits. 89 ' ' l ’ JK. t-lpi « Tb •- IjfiV; . J „i«M. gg|||| P l P 4do‘entc4€ it€ €t EDDIE HARRELL AUTO SPORTS STORE Mulllers guaranteed for the life of your car . . . also Sporting goods, car accessories, toys, fishing tackle, and appliances . " Get the Best for Less. " 210 E. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. H. T. JONES LUMBER COMPANY The Buyers of the Finest Lumber. Ahoskie, N. C. WHITE ■ WOODLEY Ahoskie, N. C. JOYNER ' S RADIO-T. V. SERVICE Repairs on All Makes and Models. Ahoskie, N. C. For the Best of Service Stop at SYLVIA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Murfreesboro, N. C. FELD’S FINE APPAREL in Ahoskie, N. C. Shop at THORNTON’S FURNITURE for the Best. 101 E. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP Your Franchised Dealer for Botany " 500 " Clothing Suffolk, Virginia MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SHOPPE Distinctive Beauty Service for Those Who Care 115 N. McGlohon St. Dial 332-2733 Ahoskie, N. C. For Quality F urniture Shop at I. O. HILL 439 W. Washington St. Suffolk, Va. R. C. MOTORS Headquarters for Mercury - Comet - Rambler " Truly dependable automobiles at a price you can afford " 300 E . Main St. Ahoskie, N. C. AHOSKIE BEAUTY SHOP " For the finest in hair care " 206 W. Main St. Phone 332-3067 Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of GARRETT ' S JEWELRY STORE Ahoskie, N. C. America ' s Finest Car at SESSOMS BROTHERS Dependable Garage Se rvice Phone 332-2917 Ahoskie, N. C. MODLIN ' S CORNER Ahoskie, N. C. First and Academy Streets Market and Grocery Trailways Bus Terminal 0 DEPENDABLE 4 ; DRUGGIST Compliments of D. B. DUNLOWE STATION Ahoskie , N . C . PLANTER’S NATIONAL BANK " The Place for Your Money " Ahoskie , N . C . WALKER DRUG CO. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C FAST SERVICE N. S. GODWIN AND SONS Ahoskie, N. C. Radios and TV SAVIN-HILL Ahoskie, N. C Compliments of FRANKLIN DUNN Union, N. C . " Congratulations " Get For the Finest in Dairy Products MAOLA MILK ICE CREAM CO. Ahoskie, N. C. " Best Wishes " F rom GATLING PIERCE Ahoskie , N . C . F rom BAZEMORE SERVICE STATION Cofield, N. C. SHARP CABINET SHOP Dial 332-2560 Doors - Moulding - Door Jambs Mantels - Formica Tops - Cabinets Ahoskie , N . C . ROWE LONG MUSIC CO. Home of Baldwin Pianos and Organs. Suffolk, Va. YouVe money Ahead! POWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY 808 E. Memorial Drive Ahoskie , N . C . Buyers of Finest Timber. COLONY PINE LUMBER CO. Ahoskie, N. C. N. Railroad Street TAYLOE r EVANS TRANSFER SERVICE Fertilizers Made to Make Your Crops Pay More . Ahoskie, N. C. Where the Farmer is the Main Concern. FARMER ' S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Aho skie , N . C . For the Best Record Selections Visit SAM ' S RECORD SHOP Phone 332-3393 Ahoskie, N. C. COPELAND’S DRUG CO. DRUGS " Your prescription headquarters. " of BARNES-SAWYER GROCERY CO. , INC. 401 N. Railroad Street Ahoskie , N . C . Save-- RUSSELL ' S HOLMES Visit Our New Enlarged Store Suffolk, Va. " Future Success " F rom AHOSKIE ICE AND COAL Ahoskie, N. C. First Street Gifts for All Occasions . " Sellers of quality- clothing . " BALLARD AND SMITH, INC. " We Are Ready to Trade You. at Suffolk, Va. Building Supplies Paints and Oils Sash and Doors A. W. MYERS R. G. COOKE MOTOR CO. Railroad Street Ahoskie , N . C . DON’T WORRY . . . GET HER GIFT ETTA’S SHOP in Murfree sboro, N. C. Aulander, North Carolina " Insure your future with us. " Best Wishes to the Class of ' 63. " WINTON CLEANERS Winton, N. C. t I NATIONWIDE INSURANCE AGENCY Ahoskie, N. C. CHESTER G. RAWLS Gas Up at FELTON ' S ESSO SERVICE Winton, N . C . BASNIGHT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Ahoskie, N. C. YOUR SEARCH ENDS ATLANT8C DISCOUNT CORPORATION Ahoskie, N. C. REST ROLICY AT ALL " Insure your future with our Reliable Plan " GREEN INSURANCE AGENCY Ahoskie , N . C . Expert Auto Repairs When in the Mood for Fine Food Visit. . . MANHATTAN CAFE CHARLES H. JENKINS Ahoskie . . . Aulander Main Street Ahoskie, N. C Choice MEATS at W. W. SUPEREHE Winton, North Carolina " Best Wishes " F rom AHOSKIE TIRE SERVICE Hwy. " 13 " Ahoskie, N. C it ' s a To Serve You at COLUMBIAN PEANUT COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. GOOD FOOD " Best of Luck " F rom CAPP’S DRUG CO., INC. " Your Prescription Store " and Good Service at CAPP ' S DRUG CO. Ahoskie, N. C. A CAREER With A Future! if you Ilk tcionc and math - matict, eoni!d r anglnaaring for your car rl Engineering ii the field of today and tomorrow. Progrett it fatt. New {obi or opening up every day. Plan for a iob with a futur —plan to b an engineerl VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY Hurry to AHOSKIE HARDWARE " Your place to save. " Phone 332-3733 223 E. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. " Service with a smile. " BEALE BROTHERS SUPERETTE Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. let us do your ’ ' ' ♦c 115 W. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. BRYANT INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 332-3340 BOYETTE ROBERTSON AGENCY, INC. Insurance of All Kinds Personal Service 209 W. Main Street Ahoskie, N. For All Your Financial Needs Borrow From HERTFORD COUNTY SAVINGS AND LOAN 212 W. Main Street Ahoskie, N. See the " Lively Ones " at BRINKLEY MOTORS Ahoskie, N. C. The Place for Your Money is the BANK OF COLERAINE Colerain, N. C . For the Best in Meats and Fancy Grocerie s Visit HUGHES MARKET Colerain, N. C. FURNITURE GALLERIES Congratulations F rom BANK OF AHOSKIE C. B. JONES TEXACO " You can always trust your car to the man who wears the star " Cofield, N. C. L. N. TERRY GROCERY " Foods for Every Occasion " Ahoskie, N. C. Aulander Highway See Our Armstrong, Montina, Vinyl, Corlon Floor Covering in Many Beautiful Colors. W. H. BASNIGHT CO., INC. Ahoskie Phone 332-3131 f N. C. DAVID ' S 241 East Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. " It ' s Easy to Pay the David Way. " Compliments of JONES MILLING CO, Cofield, N. C. cleaning F or Quality Cleaning Visit PARAMOUNT CLEANERS Ahoskie, N. C. to FARMER’S HARDWARE for the Best Bargains . Ahoskie, N. C, AHOSKIE BUILDING SUPPLIES Ahoskie, N. C. Phone 332-3275 AHOSKIE T.V.-RADIO CENTER We ' re Known for T.V. Know-How Ahoskie, N. C. Memorial Drive Si Elito Pure Kerosene and Fuel 200 E . Main Street Ahoskie , N . C . Firebird Gasoline s Oil Grease CHANDLER ' S Live Bait, Minnows, Worms, and Crickets Ahoskie, N. C. SERVICE Where to Buy- Tires and Batteries. WILROY OIL COMPANY Phone 332-2048 720 Railroad Street Ahoskie, N. C. 1?emcmbcr BOONE’S PHARMACY " The best for less. " Main Street Ahoskie, N. C ESKIMO DRIVE-IN " Where friends meet friends to enjoy good foods. " Ahoskie, N. C. Congratulations to the Senior Class. AHOSKIE WHOLESALE CO. Ahoskie , N . C . LUCAS MACHINE WORKS General Repair Work Machine, Acetylene, and Electric Welding Phone 332-3522 Ahoskie, N. C. OFFICE SUPPLIES at OFFICE SUPPLY STORE in Ahoskie, N . C . Quality Groceries at BAKER ' S SUPERMARKET Ahoskie , N . C . Compliments of a FRIEND SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT at Compliments of THE AHOSKIE LAUNDRY Ahoskie, N. C. BRETT’S GULF SERVICE Ahoskie, N. C. APPLIANCES " Shop at Our Store for Household and Sporting Goods " Best Wishes to the Seniors of A. H. S. GARRETT ' S FUNERAL HOME Aulander Hwy. Ahoskie, N. C WHEDBEE-BRITTON HARDWARE CO. Ahoskie, N. C. For Good Food Try the TOMAHAWK RESTAURANT Ahoskie, N. C. FRANCIS BARBECUE RESTAURANT Dial A Specialty 332-3559 Curb Service Ahoskie, N. C. Visit MINTON ' S CLEANERS Ahoskie, N. C. Main Street H. B. POWELL’S TEXACO STATION for Wash Grease Batteries Gasoline Accessories Ahoskie, N . C . " Complete Bottle and LP Gas Service. " at C. W. BEASLEY OIL COMPANY Phone...241-1 Colerain, N. C. For Prompt COASTAL C Efficient FINANCE CORPORATION PgALiP Service Financing and Refinancing d o —I 0) Auto and Truck Loans HUGHES ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone ... 332-3 183 W. Main Street Academy Street Ahoskie, N. C. Ahoskie, N. C. AHOSKIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Sunset Street Ahoskie, N. C. McPherson BEVERAGES, INC. Compliments of JERNIGAN OIL CO. Ahoskie, N. C. A Complete Line of Soft Drinks Phone LU 6-3221 Littleton, North Carolina " Congratulations to All in the Class of 1963 " POWELL TRACTOR IMPL. CO. Ahoskie, N. C. BARROW MANUFACTURING COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Phone: COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 1 Dr . Eagle s and Dr. Calvert -332-2286 : Dr. Anderson and Dr. Wadsworth -332-2244 Dr. J. L. Darden -332-3548 Dr . J. L. Frank -332-3171 Dr. J. G. Matheson -332-3057 ❖ Dr . J . B . Ruffin -332-2517 Dr. E. T. Viser -332-2830 ! Dr. W. H. Wymns -332-2608 SHOUPS CHOWAN RIVER RESTAURANT Good Food Is Our Specialty Winton, N, C. Best Wishes F rom TAYLOR ' S ESSO Ahoskie, N. C. Mmim to the ARROW DRIVE-IN for PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS Delicious Snacks and Treats. Ahoskie , N . C . 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. 105 ■f m 1 ‘ I b’ " D I I 4 r • »■■ •V I 1 0 -■


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