Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)
- Class of 1964
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1964 volume:
f»l HRf iiyii tommmasnmm AV»’» THE CHIEF Published by Senior Class Ahoskie High School Ahoskie, North Carolina Vol. XVI Foreword The staff of THE CHIEF has endeavored to capture the happenings and events of the school year 1963-64 between the covers of this volume. We have divided it into four distinct sections, based upon our school motto - TO STRIVE, TO SEEK, TO FIND, AND NOT TO YIELD. Contents Title Page - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - i Foreword - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 Dedication - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -3 TO STRIVE...7 Faculty and administration, plus three special memorial pages TO SEEK..-.-.-17 Student section, plus Senior Superlatives TO FIND.-..59 Section of activ ities and organizations on AHS campus AND NOT TO YIELD... - -.77 Sports section ADVERTISEMENTS..-.95 Student Life Section - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 109 3 4 DEDICATION For years Miss Deborah M, Brown, better known to her students as " Miss Deborah,” has taught at Ahoskie High School. During these year, her ideals and her knowledge have in¬ fluenced the lives of an uncountable number of students. Miss Deborah is a person who takes an in¬ terest in every phase of life at Ahoskie High School; be it athletics, student government, or any of the other extracurricular activities or organizations. Every day Miss Brown is called upon by numerous students for advice and assistance, and she never fails to adhere to their requests. When student elections come around, to whom do candidates go for help with their speeches? - to Miss Deborah, of course. Her unlimited vocabulary and outstanding oratory attributes are both respected and admired by faculty and students alike. Miss Deborah casually lectures to a Senior English class. Serving as Senior sponsor, Miss Deborah is constantly assisting doubtful seniors in plotting their future. Her " words of wisdom” very of¬ ten tend to alter the plans of some would-be dropouts. Aside from her daily tasks as a teacher, Miss Deborah always has a kind word and a warm smile for everyone. It is for these, and many other, wonderful contributions to Ahoskie High School, and with deepest love and utmost respect, that we ded¬ icate the 1964 volume of The Chief to Miss Deborah M. Brown. Whenever a poem or speech is needed. Miss Deborah is always willing to write it. Among Miss Brown’s extra tasks at Ahoskie High is that of yearbook adviser. She is con¬ stantly putting aside her classwork to give any needed assistance on this publication. The staff of The Chief would be lost without the careful proofreading and copy alterations that Miss Deborah is responsible for. 6 Miss Brown labors over pages of copy for the annual. » ay f » p. n cmnrrr t TO STRIVE Ahoskie High School is equipped with a devoted faculty, who constant¬ ly strive to present to their students a well-balanced and solid academic foundation. The students of Ahoskie High are fortunate to have teachers who are always willing to put aside their own work and give special per¬ sonal attention to any individual stu¬ dent. To Strive 7 Tribute to a Martyr The staff of THE CHIEF has seen it fitting and ap¬ propriate that a tribute to John Fitzgerald Kennedy, our late President, be included in this issue for the year 1964. He was a young man, alive with an intense love of living, and possessing a keen, understanding interest in, and concern for, the problems of the young people of our time. In words far more eloquent than ours could ever be, Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. in the edition of the SATURDAY EVENING POST for December 14, 1963, has presented a moving eulogy to the President. From this beautiful tribute we present the following excerpt: ' . . . But overriding everything else, he had a vision of America, of what this country might do and might be, and he had a vision of the world. He saw this nation as a noble nation, raising the standards of existence and opportunity for all its citizens. He was always receptive to new experience, and new experi¬ ence steadily deepened his sense of what America must do to fulfill the vision . . . And so a crazed political fanatic shot him down. With this act of violence, and with the violence that followed, the idea of America as a civilized nation - the idea which John F. Kennedy so supremely embodied - suffered a grievous blow. The best way to serve his memory is to redeem and revindi¬ cate the values of decency, of rationality, of civility, of honor - those values for which he stood through his life and to which in the end he gave his life. " And so we, as those upon whom the future fate of America depends, can best serve the memory of this great and good man by committing ourselves to the ideals for which he lived so valiantly. In the words of another great American, we can " ... Dedicate our¬ selves to the unfinished task remaining before us.” We can, indeed, present such profiles in courage as will best serve our day and generation. The flag on the front AHS campus hovers at half mast against a mourn¬ ful grey sky on the day of the tragic murder. As a token of respect and love, Ahoskie High School suspended classes for the day and television sets were installed at various vantage points throughout the build¬ ing on November 22, 1963, on the occasion of the fu¬ neral of President Kennedy. Many pupils gathered in the auditorium and followed reverently and quietly the details of this deeply moving ceremony. Thus they were privileged to see and hear history in the making as the humbled world paid homage to the memory of our great President. 8 Ask not what your country can do for you - Ask what you can do fcr your country. MARION EUGENE ALLSBROOK (Gene) 1947-1964 10 MR. J. W. YOUNG JR. In my first year as principal of AhoskieHigh School, I am very glad to be able to commend the entire stu¬ dent body for their cooperation, school spirit, and con¬ stant endeavors to honor the name of our school. I extend to the staff of THE CHIEF my congratu¬ lations for a job well done, and to all the school or¬ ganizations for their high standards of efficiency. It has been a great pleasure to work with and for you, and together, I believe, achieve a commendable amount of success, scholastically, as well as in extracurricular activities. In all my efforts in your behalf, I have tried al¬ ways to remember that we are teaching not so much subject matter as boys and girls, who will, I trust, make a great nation even greater in the coming years. To that end, I and my faculty have dedicated our best ef¬ forts. MRS. RUSSEL MARTIN French, English, Beta Club Sponsor; French and English; E.C.C., Graduate Work at Wake Forest and U.N.C.G. MISS DEBORAH BROWN English, Latin, Senior Adviser; Guilford College; French and English; A.B., Uni¬ versity of Virginia; Columbia University. MRS. ALLEN POWELL Accelerated English, Journalism, Pow-Wow MRS. PAT BRITTON English, Sociology, Economics; Wake For¬ est College, A . B. MRS. ROBERTS JERNIGAN English, Civics; Greensboro College, U.N.C., A.B., Senior Sponsor. MRS. TOMMY MITCHELL English, Math, Algebra, Civ¬ ics, U.S. History; Cheerlead¬ er Sponsor, Assistant Pow-Wow Sponsor; Greensboro College, A. B. MRS. HAROLD SESSOMS Algebra; Mathematics; A.B., Greensboro College. MR. JULIAN P. FREEMAN Agriculture; North Car¬ olina State College, B.S. Business Math and Geometry; Mathematics and Physical Education; A.B., Campbell College; Atlantic Christian College. MR. LANSING PEACOCK MISS EMMA PARKER Librarian; Chowan College, A.B. MRS. WESLEY WILLIAMS Physics, Chemistry, General Sci¬ ence; E.C.C. , B.S. MRS. WILLIAM LAWRENCE Music; Meredith College, A.B., E.C.C., M. A. 13 MR. CHARLES ARMSTRONG Music; MR. ALBERT VAUGHAN General Math, Health, Physical Education; Varsity Club Sponsor; Chowan College, E.C.C., Notre Dame MRS. HARRY SAMS History; Student Council Sponsor; E.C.C., A . B. E.C.C., B.S. MRS. ORRIN HARRELL Biology; Farmville State Teachers College, B.S., U.N.C. MRS. JULLIAN FREEMAN Home Economics; F.H.A. Spon¬ sor; Radford College of V.P.I. , B.S. MRS. DEANS BRETT Geography, Health, Civ¬ ics; Campbell College, Wake Forest College, B.S. 14 MRS. BILL TAYLOR MRS. W. G. BARNES School Secretary Typing, Bookkeeping; E.C.C.A.B., Senior Ad¬ viser. MRS. CHARLES W. HUGHES County Guidance Director. — - S 15 MRS. EDWIN RHOADS Seventh Grade; E.C.C., A.B. MRS. IRA AINSLEY Eighth Grade; Chowan College, A.B. MISS CHRISTINE BRETT Seventh Grade; Chowan Col¬ lege , A.B., E.C.C., M.A. MRS. MILDRED FERGUSON Seventh Grade; E.C.C., A.B., M.A. 16 TO SEEK We, the students of Ahoskie High School, are constantly seeking to en¬ rich our academic talents through the facilties offered here. We not only seek scholastic knowledge, but we endeavor to develop and cultivate our social and moral standards. To Seek i? Seniors Senior Officers ANITA NEWSOME BUTCH HOWERTON BRUCE VANN - - - ANNE JERNIGAN - - - Secretary - - President Vice President - - Treasurer 18 CLIFFORD RAY ASKEW Football 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 1,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Substitute Bus Driver 2; Bus Driver 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4, Senior Superlative - Best Looking. JOSEPH PERRY ASKEW Football 4; Baseball 3,4; Glee Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 4; 4-H Club 1. DANNY O’NEAL BARNES Student Council 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Mar¬ shal 3; Beta Club 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Citizenship Award 3; Per¬ fect Attendance 1, Senior Superlative - Most Likely to Succeed. LINDA GAY BAGGETT Student Council 4; Annual Staff 4; Marshal 3; FHA 1,2; Office Assistant 4; Beta Club 3,4; Band 1; 4-H Club 1; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Citizenship Award 3. LINDA DEANE BARNES Student Council 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Of¬ fice Assistant 3,4; Beta Club 3; Delegate to Beta Club Convention 3; Pow Wow 3; Var¬ sity Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Citizenship Award 2; Typing Contest 2; Senior Superla¬ tive - Best Dancer. LINDA PAIGE BARNES Annual Staff 4; JV Basketball 1; Basketball 2,3,4; FHA 1; Delegate to CSPA Conven¬ tion 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Delegate to East Carolina Press 3; Pow Wow, Co-Circula¬ tion Manager 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Girls Athletic Association 3. KAY CAROLYN BLOWE Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2; Office Assistant 4; Glee Club 4; Band 1; Bus Driver 4. SANDRA MAE BOSTIC Student Council 1,2,4; Annual Staff 4, Assistant Editor; JV Basketball 1; Class President 2; FHA 1, Pianist; Delegate to CSPA Convention 3; Delegate to East Caro¬ lina Press 3; Pow Wow, Exchange and Cir¬ culation Manager 3,4; Homecoming Candi¬ date 4; Band 1,2; Quill and Scroll 4; Senior Superlative - Most Popular. PATRICIA CAROL BRITTON Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2; Pow Wow 4; 4-H Club 1,2. LORRAINE FRANCES BRITTENHAM FHA 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. BEVERLY MARIE BROOKSHIRE Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Band 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Girls Athletic Association 3. MARY ELLEN BROWN Basketball 3; FHA 1; Office Assistant 4; Glee Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Varsity Club 4; Girls Athletic Association 3; Bus Driver 3,4. MARY ANN BURDEN FHA 1; Glee Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Girls Athletic Association. JAMES COLBERT BURKETT Student Council 1,3,4; FFA. CHARLES JUDSON BYRD Baseball 1; FFA 1. MYRTLE LEIGH BYRUM Glee Club 1,2,3,4. PATSY ANNE BYRUM FHA 2; Glee Club 3,4; Girls Athletic Asso¬ ciation 3. ELIZABETH FREEMAN CASPER FHA 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2; Girls Athletic Assocation. THOMAS DANIEL CHARLES Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Base¬ ball 4; Varsity Club 3,4, Vice-President; Senior Superlative - Most Athletic. THOMAS GLENNWOOD CHITTY Annual Staff 4, Photographer 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Class Secretary and Treasurer 2; Band 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Homecoming Escort 4; Typing Contest 1; Senior Superlative - Most Popu¬ lar. BECKY JEAN COLLIER Student Council 1,2,3; Annual Staff 4, Art Editor 4; Basketball 1; Marshal 3; Class President 1; FHA 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3; Of¬ fice Assistant 4; Beta Club 3,4, Vice-Pres¬ ident 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Homecoming Candidate 4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Citizenship Award 2; Senior Superlative - Best All Round. ELIZABETH JEAN CRAWFORD Student Council 2; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1, 2,4; FHA Pianist 4; Girls Athletic Associa¬ tion 3; Typing Contest 2. JANICE MAE DANIELS FHA 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Bus Driver 3. ARTHER LEE DAVIS Glee Club 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Typing Con¬ test 2; Typing Award 3. BRENDA JOYCE EDWARDS FHA 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Band 1,2. JOSHUA HENRY FELTON, JR. FFA 1; Glee Club 4; 4-H Club 1,2, Presi¬ dent 1, Secretary 2; Citizenship Award 1; School Radio Club 3, Vice-President 3; Service Award 3; Fire Brigade 2,3,4. JOE LEE FRANK, III Annual Staff 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Senior Superlative - Most Talented. MARVIN BENNY FRETWELL Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; FFA 2,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Senior Superlative - Best Dancer. GLADYS MAE GARDNER FHA 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Sen¬ ior Superlative - Wittiest. WILLIAM PAUL GILBERT Student Council 2; Class Vice-President 3; Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4, President 4, Tri- County President 4; Band 1; Homecoming Escort 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3, 4; Delegate to Student Council Convention; Senior Superlative - Most Intelligent. DONALD WAYNE GODWIN FFA 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Bus Driver 1, 2.3.4. NINA FAYE HARRELL FHA 1; Glee Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Girls Athletic Association 3; Substitute Bus Driver 3.4. ROSE MARIE HARRELL Annual Staff 4, Circulation Manager; JV Basketball 1; FHA 1,3,4, Song Leader; Glee Club 4; Band 1; Girls Athletic Asso¬ ciation 3; Perfect Attendance 1. RICHARD MELTON HARRELL Baseball 3, Manager 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; Var¬ sity Club 1. BEULAH BERNICE HARRIS FHA 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1. WANDA JUNE HAWKINS FHA 1,2; Office Assistant 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1. SYLVIA DIANNE HILL FHA 1,2,4; Glee Club 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. LINDA MAE HILL Co-Chief Marshal 3; FHA 1,2, Reporter 1; Beta Club 3,4; Delegate to Beta Conven¬ tion 3,4; Typing Contest 2; Senior Super¬ lative - Most Intelligent. JOYCE HOPKINS Annual Staff 4; JV Basketball 1; Basketball 2,3,4; FHA 1; Office Assistant 4; Pow Wow 4; Band 1; Varsity Club 4; 4-H Club 1; Homecoming Candidate 4; Homecoming Court 3; Girls Athletic Association 3. LLYOD VANN HOWERTON Student Council 2,4; Annual Staff 4; Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain; Basketball 1,2, 4; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1; Class Pres¬ ident 2,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Most Valuable Football Player 4. CLYDE MARSHALL HUGHES Football 2,3; Band 1,2,3; Varsity Club 3; 4-H Club 1,2; Wrestling 3. MARGARET ANNE JERNIGAN Transfer from Columbia, Mississippi; Cheer¬ leader 1,2; Class Officer 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Library Club 1,2, Officer 2; Who ' s Who 2; Library Club 1,2; Delegate to Safety Con¬ vention 1; Student Council 2; Annual Staff 1,2; Assistant Business Manager 2; Ahoskie Activities; Annual Staff 4; Class Secretary 4; Senior Superlative-Sweetest Girl. ARCHIE ANN JOHNSON FHA 2; Glee Club 3,4; 4-H Club. SARAH ELIEN JONES FHA 1; Glee Club 4; 4-H Club. THOMAS HENRY KING Student Council 3, Chaplain; Annual Staff 4, Art Editor; Football 1,2,3,4, Honorable Mention 3, All-Conference 4, Co-Captain 4; Perfect Attendance 1; Wrestling 3; Var¬ sity Club 2,3,4, President 4; Citizenship Award 3; Senior Superlative - Best All Round. PATRICIA DIANE KNIGHT FHA 1,2,3,4; Office Assistant 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; Substitute 3; Perfect Attendance 1. GWENDOLYN ELAINE KNIGHT Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4. JULIA ANN KNIGHT FHA 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Girls Athletic Association 3. GEORGE WESLEY LASSITER Marshal 3; FFA 1,2,3,4. Secretary 2, Pres¬ ident 3; 4-H Club 1,2; Science Club 2; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4; Delegate to State FFA Convention; FFA Committee Chair¬ man 2,3. STEPHEN DOUGLAS LASSITER Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,4; Band 1,2; Varsity Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Senior Superlative - Best Dressed. CHARLES McCOY LEWIS FFA 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; 4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 4; Substitute Bus Driver 4. FRANCES DIANNE MILLER Student Council 1; JV Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; FHA 1; Delegate to CSPA Convention 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Delegate to East Carolina Press 3; Beta Club 3,4; Pow Wow 3,4, Feature Editor 3, Editor 4; Band 1,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 1, Homecoming Queen 4; Girls Ath¬ letic Association 3; Majorette 1,4; Dele¬ gate to Beta Club Convention 3,4; Senior Superlative - Prettiest Girl. JESSE YATES MILLER Student Council 4; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Typing Contest 2; Perfect Attend¬ ance 1; Senior Superlative - Wittiest. KENNETH LEROY MITCHELL FFA 1,2,3,4, President 4; 4-H Club 1,2; Homecoming Escort 4; Substitute Bus Driver 2, Bus Driver 3,4. WINNIFRED ELIZABETH MITCHELL Annual Staff 4; JV Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,4; Glee Club 3; Varsity Club 4; 4-H Club 4; Girls Athletic Association 3; Bus Driver 3,4. CHARLOTTE JEAN MONK Annual Staff 4, Sports Editor; JV Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; FHA 1; All Conference 3; Varsity Club 3,4, Vice Pres¬ ident 4; Senior Superlative - Most Athletic. . FRANCES RAWLS MORRIS Annual Staff 4; JV Basketball 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Office Assistant 4; Glee Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Girls Ath¬ letic Association 3. ANITA CAROL NEWSOME Annual Staff 4; JV Basketball 1; Class Treas¬ urer 4; FHA 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Dele¬ gate to CSPA Convention 3; Beta Club 3,4; Pow Wow 3; Glee Club 4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Homecoming Candidate 4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Per¬ fect Attendance 2. LINDA LEIGH NEWSOME FHA 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; 4-H Club 3, 4; Girls Athletic Association. BARBARA JEAN NICHOLS FHA 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Girls Athletic Association 3; Perfect Attendance 2. MELVIN RAY NICHOLS Manager 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; 4-H Club 1,2. SANDRA ELLEN NICHOLS FHA 1,2; Glee Club 2,3; 4-H Club 1; Girls Athletic Association 3. DONALD HILLARY OVERTON Baseball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. JOHNNY HARLAND OVERTON Football 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,4, Secretary 3; Varsity Club 3,4. LINDA DIANE PARKER FHA 2,4; Perfect Attendance 1. MEXIE ARTHUR PARKER Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,4; Office Assistant 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Bus Monitor 4. ROBERT SHANNON PERRY FFA 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. MARSHA PAIGE PURVIS Student Council 4; Annual Staff 4; Basket¬ ball 2,3,4; JV Basketball 1; FHA 1,2; Glee Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Girl Athletic Association 3; Citizenship Award 3. ZEB WILTON ROGERSON Annual Staff 4, Art Editor; JV Football 3; JV Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Escort 4; Citizenship Award 3. LOIS DIANE ROSS Annual Staff 4; JV Basketball 1, Basket¬ ball 2,3; Marshal 3; Class Vice-President 1, Class Secretary 3; FHA 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2, Vice-President 1; Homecoming Court 2; Girls Athletic Asso¬ ciation 3; Delegate to Beta Convention 3, 4; Typing Contest 2. JUDY ELIZABETH SAVIN Student Council 1; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1; Delegate to CSPA Convention 3; Pow Wow 3,4, Exchange and Circulation Manager 3, Feature Editor 4; Band 1,2; Quill and Scroll 4; Senior Superlative - Most Likely to Succeed. RONALD McCOY SUMNER Student Council 1; Baseball 2. NANCY ANN SWAIN FHA 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1. PHILIP DAVIS TAYLOR Student Council 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasur¬ er 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 4; Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club, President 1,2; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Citizenship Award; Delegate to Dis¬ trict Student Council; Delegate to National Youthpower Convention. EDWARDS CHERRY TEASTER Annual Staff 4; Football 1,2,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Senior Superlative - Best Per¬ sonality. PHYLLIS ELIZABETH TERRY Student Council 3; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1, 2; Band 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Homecoming Court 4; Bus Driver 3,4. BARBARA LINDA TROUTMAN Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2,3,4, President 4; Delegate to National FHA Convention 2; Glee Club 3; Girls Athletic Association 3. BRUCE ELWOOD VANN Student Council 1,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-President 4; Beta Club 3,4; Glee Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Wrestling 2,3. MARY ETTA WARD Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1 , 2 . ALTON LEE WILLOUGHBY FFA 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4. FITCHIE SCOTT WYNNS Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Home¬ coming Escort 1,4. JAMES HILLIARD YOUNG Student Council 1,3; Annual Staff 3,4, Junior Editor 3, Editor 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4, Man¬ ager 1; Class President 3; Delegate to CSPA Convention 3; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Dele¬ gate to Wake Forest Leadership Conference 3; Pow Wow 2,3,4, Sports Editor 3,4; FFA 1, Vice-President 1; Band 1,2; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. All Seniors anxiously await the joyous night when they will walk across the stage and receive their diplomas. 29 Senior MOST POPULAR Glenn Chi tty Sandra Bostic BEST DANCERS M. B. Fretwell Linda Deane Barnes 30 Superlatives MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Danny Barnes Judy Savin m mlm iiiii iiM»W ' MiraP mtohk BEST PERSONALITY Eddie Teasier Marsha Purvis 32 Superlatives ' . i- fffllSS tfltssfeil lai ' UKBS;- RSBWS «M5r l wsr 2 siigfe rnmtmmw ■ • . , tm m Senior MOST INTELLIGENT Billy Gilbert Linda Hill PRETTIEST GIRL Frances Miller BEST LOOKING BOY Clifford Askew vie m wm 34 Superlatives Juniors Junior Officers BETTY BOYETTE - ANN PETERSON - - BETTY JANE BROWN PETE SMOLEN- - - Treasurer - - Secretary - - President Vice President 36 PEGGY ASKEW BETTY JANE BROWN BUNNY ASKEW JEAN BASS JOHNNY BEAVER LOIS BRACY LINDA BULLOCK JERRY BEALE BILL BOONE KAREN CHAPMAN GAIL COWAN ROBERT DAVIDSON CONNIE DEMPSEY BRENDA EARLEY BETTY EURE BRENDA EURE JOHNNA EVERETT DAVID FEHER CHARLES FREEMAN LINDA FERGUSON LOU FUTRELL LINDA FORNES BOBBY GARDNER 38 MARIAN HARRELL ANITA JOYNER TRENA HARRIS LYNN JOHNSON PAT KINLAW DEANNA HARMON PEGGY LOU HEATH CHARLOTTE HOGGARD GORDON JONES SHIRLEY LASSITER ROBERT MILLER SALLY ANN LEE CAROLYN MITCHELL BETTY JOYCE MIZELLE STEVE MIZELLE SELVIN LIVERMAN STELLA MITCHELL ROY MULLEN GREGORY OVERTON SHERWOOD OVERTON BETTY MULDER WAYNE OVERTON ANN PETERSON MIKE PARKER DONNA PITTMAN CLARA ANN REILLY CHAROLETTE SHUE LORETTA VANN GAIL PURVIS w- 4,te PAUL ROGERSON DON VINSON REED RAYNOR NANCY SESSOMS GREGORY STANLEY DONNIE UPCHURCH GLORIA VINSON SHIRLEY WIGGINS JOHN WILLIAMS MARTY WILLOUGHBY Fourteen Juniors are rewarded for their academic accomplishments by being sworn into the Beta Club. 42 Sophomores Sophomore Officers 43 ROY FULLER - - DAVE) ANDERSON OLIVIA BURKETT - - Vice President ■ - - - - President Secretary-Treasurer David Anderson Norman Askew Becky Baggett Brenda Barnes Robert Barnes Bill Baugham Laverne Baugham Dianne Beale J. E. Benton Rodney Bland Dwight Blowe Rodney Bouldin Tony Bridgers A1 Brinkley Audrey Britton Danny Brown E. J. Burbage John Burch Olivia Burkett Ray Burkett Johnny Byrum Jo Ann Casper Cheryl Castello Billy Charles Jo Ann Cognac Debra Conner Glenn Daniels Lewis Davis Anne Dempsey Linda Dilday 44 Wayne Dilday Elaine Dough tie Janet Drew Betty Jean Dunlow Benny Edwards Dana Edwards Lynn Edwards Lorelie Finley H. C. Francis Gail Frank Sandra Frank Larry Freeman Roy Fuller Johnny Futrell Walter Futrell Susan Godwin Linda Grey Charles Harrell Joe Harrell Tommy Hawkins Donald Hill Dorothy Hoggard Elsie Hoggard Johnny Hora Linda Horton Elaine Jernigan Jerry Jernigan Martha Jernigan Sherry Jernigan Linda Johnson •-V " ’ Alice Jones Joe Lassiter Nancy Lassiter Ray Lassiter Patsy Lewis Harold McCoy Hilton Miller Michael Miller Frances Mitchell Chris Minton Betty Moore Kyle Morris Linda Morris Delores Nichols Chris Nolan Rhetta O ' Briant Sandra Outlaw Gayle Padgett Diane Parker Juanita Parker Lois Parker Thelma Peede Evelyn Peele Brenda Perry Dale Perry Carolyn Pierce Judy Pierce Carolyn Piland Jimmy Riddick Ruth Rose 46 Joyce Snyder Becky Jo Sumner Bobby Tayloe Rebekah Terrell Larry Trevathan Pam Vann Howard Vick Sue Vinson Jean Warren Leon West Judy Wiggins Elizabeth Williams Mary Leigh Williams June Paige Willoughby Gypsy Wilroy Legare Wilroy Peggy Wommack Doris Wyatt Mr. Doke, representative of Curtis Publishing Company gives sales talk as AHS students prepare to kick off the annual magazine drive. 4 Freshmen Freshman Officers GLENN OVERMAN...President JAMES HUMPHREY---Vice President LOUISE TAYLOR--Secretary KENNETH TERRY.-..Treasurer 48 Curtis Allen Betty Arnold Bobby Askew Edward Askew Rebecca Askew Robert Ayers Beverly Baker Ronnie Baker Ann Barnes David Barnes Shirley Barnes Tim Bames Bobby Baggett Jimmy Baggett Billy Blanchard Johnny Blanton Linda Boone Dicky Bracy Patsy Brady Elizabeth Brantley Thomas Brittanham Doris Brown Nettie Brown June Bunch Janice Burkett Dewey Byrum Jimmy Capps Essie Casper A1 Castello Gloria Chamblee Sb Jean Chamblee Cecil Cherry Ann Crawford Mary Cutlip Lonnie Davis Nancy Davis William Darden Lee Dempsey Joe Dilday Kay Dilday Lynn Dilday Steve Dilday Betty Doughtie Bobby Doughtie Ronald Dunn Jimmy Eagles Joan Earley Margaret Early Judi Edwards Larry Edwards Johnny Eure Dennis Everett Annette Farmer Erlene Felton Troy Freeman Linwood Futrell Margaret Futrell Dan Godwin Tommy Godwin Troy Godwin Tames Hall Janet Harrell John Harrell Linda Harrell Masie Harrell James Harris John Helmkamp Jack Herring Ann Hill Carlyle Hoggard Brenda Horton James Humphrey Douglas Johnson Jerri Johnson Diane Jones Libby Jones Tim Jordan Becky Joyner Cynthia Joyner Gloria Kimball Dianne Langdale Ann Lassiter Teresa Lassiter Warren Lassiter Pam Lewis Nita Liverman Wesley Liverman Cynthia Lucas Linda Miller Brenda Minton Jo Mitchell Linda Monde Ellen Moore Pat Morris Billy Mulder Dianne Nichols Joyce Nichols Johnny Nowell Bob Nowell Jane Outland Glenn Overman Cheryl Overton Sammy Overton Linda Parker Nita Parker Ray Payne Carl Piland Keith Rawls Margaret Rawls Ronnie Riddick Richard Roundy David Ruffin Paul Sharp Johnny Shaver Rosa Shores 52 Linda Slate Thomas Slaughter Janie Smolen Ann Snipes Bobby Tavloe Billy Taylor Herbert Taylor Louise Taylor Mike Taylor Tanya Taylor Kenneth Terry Martha Tillery Tommy Tucker Cynthia Vaughn Nelda Vaughn Ellen Vick David Wallace Britt Ward Eunice West Gail Whedbee Scarlett Wheeler James White Kathryn Whitehead Ronnie Williams Jimmie Williford UNDEFEATED - The 1963 Ahoskie Junior Varsity football team went through this season undefeated. Lyman Allen Sue Anderson Glenda Askew Patsy Bass Ralph Barnes Leroy Beaman Mary Katherine Boone Barbara Boyette Douglas Brantly Montie Brickhouse Ann Brinkley Jeff Brittton Benjie Brown Debbie Brown Gay Burden Theresa Calemine Nancy Cannady Wyane Chamblee Barbara Chanoine Dickie Charles Clarence Cherry Joe Cognac John Cooke Gail Daniels Patricia Dilday Stewart Dilday June Dunn Howard Edwards Sandra Evans Diane Garrett Remona Godwin Tommy Godwin Steve Guttu Eleanor Harrell Rachel Harrell Billy Harris Mary L. Hawks Jean Hepner Mike Herrin Roesanna Hewitt Thomas Hewitt Martin Hill Joey Horton Betty Howerton Robbie Jemigan Eighth Grade 54 Wyane Johnson Carlette Jones Phyllis Kirkland Peggy Lewis Jimmy Liverman Angela Lucus Barbara Miller Nancy Minton Shirley Morris Linda Mulder Charles Newsome Johnnie Newsome Patricia Newsome Brenda Nichols Judy Northcott Bill Nowell Milvin Odom David Overton Royce Overton Sidney Overton Robbie Parker V iley Parker Pat Parvin Melinda Pearce Michael Pearce Bennett Peele Ronnie Forbes Beth Pierce Betsy Pittman Pat Price Jack Ray Sam Reub Larry Rhodes Carolyn Robertson Steve Roberson Jan Searce Betty Slaughter Marilyn Shue Dale Smith Gail Sullivan Patsy Taylor Pete Taylor Melba Terry Gene Trevathan Mike Turner 55 Paula Underwood Kay Vaughan Merrill Waters Ray Whitaker Reggie White A1 Wilford George Williams Frankie Willoughby Jenifer Wynn Seventh Grade C. Allen, R. Askew, L. Baker, W. Barnes, S. Barnes, W. Benton, K. Blanchard. J. Blowe, D. Bracy, J. Bracy, B. Brinkley, G. Britton, R. Byrum, S. Casper. J. Clark, E. Conner, A. Cooke, B. Daniels, D. Dil- day, J. Dilday, M. Doughtie. B. Earley, D. Earley, W. Edwards, J. Ellis, J. Farmer, E. Ferro, J. Fuller. W. Fuller, P. Futrell, M. Gibson, D. Godwin, P. God¬ win, T. Greene, H. Harmon. D. Harris, S. Hepner, T. Herrin, J. Hewitt, M. Hill, J. Hoggard, J. Holloman. J. Holloman, S. Ireland, G. Jernigan, R. Jernigan, F. Jones, G. Keel, W. King B. Knight, P. Lassiter, W. Lassiter, R. Lewis, C. Liver- man, T. May, C. McCoy. W. McGraw, S. McSwain, L. Merritt, C. Miller, G. Mit¬ chell, J. Mitchell, J. C. Morris. 56 P. Morris, E. Mulder, L. Nichols, B. Newsome, T. Nichols, B. Outland, G. Overton. B. Parker, J. Parker, S. Park¬ er, V. Parker, F. Peede, B. Perry, D. Phelps. J. Poplin, R. Ray, G. Rhodes, S. Riddick, L. Roundy, B. Sawyer, J. Schubart. J. Slate, A. Slaughter, S. Sumner, S. Sullivan, S. Taylor, J. Trevathan, C. Umphlett. M. Tucker, L. Turner, S. Vaughan, L. Vierson, D. Waters, G. Waters, B. White. G. White, A. Wiggins, M. Williams, A. Wynns. Sixth Grade B. Baggett, J. Bailey, G. Brickhouse, E. Brittenham, R. Byrum, W. Byrum, W. Casper. G. Davidson, C. Gibson, D. Harris, S. Hill, B. Hoggard, B. Howard, M. Jernigan. E. Johnson, F. Jones, F. Joy¬ ner, T. Langley, V. Lassiter, K. Martin, T. Miller. J. Mitchell, L. Mitchell, L. Mulder, R. Overton, K. Si¬ mons, J. Ward, L. Warren. 57 Patrol Boys Kelly Chanoine, Tommy Godwin, Leroy Beaman, Sam Rueb, Bennett Peele, Bill Nowell, Joe Cognac, Pat Parvin, and Mr. Tommy Mitchell. 58 TO FIND In our various extracurricular ac¬ tivities we find new ways to express ourselves in leadership and service. Ahoskie High provides sundry activi¬ ties and organizations in which each individual, regardless of scholastic or social status, may be recognized for his accomplishments. To Find 59 Homecoming Queen • ' •. a MISS FRANCES DIANE MILLER 60 Homecoming Candidates JOYCE HOPKINS ANITA NEWSOME SANDRA BOSTIC BECKY COLLIER Homecoming Attendants I FIRST ROW - P. Taylor, Y. Miller, R. Raynor, R. Miller, B. Howerton, L. Edwards, D. Feher, W. Sum¬ ner. SECOND ROW - L. Baggett, E. Doughtie, D. Anderson, S. Jernigan, J. C. Burkett, L. Freeman, B. Edwards, S. Lee, G. Overman, B. Moore, J. Capps, S. Bostic, M. Purvis, D. Barnes. THIRD ROW - L. Dilday, L. Gray, D. Pittman, C. Overton, R. Barnes, A. Crawford, S. Vinson, B. Brown, J. Beaver, C. Reilly, T. Godwin, T. Barnes. The Student Council, serving as the link between the students and the administration, devotes its work to the betterment of all phases of Ahoskie High School. This organization, under the direction of Mrs. Harry Sams, strives to place AHS among the leading secondary schools in North Carolina. ADVISER Mrs. Harry Sams OFFICERS Phil Taylor •• President Wesley Sumner Vice-President Linda Gray - Secretary-Treasurer David Feher - Chaplain 63 Yearbook Staff Jimmy Young EDITOR Miss Deborah Brown ADVISER We ' ve often heard the phrase - " the best years of your life are your high school years. " No truer words could be spoken. If only we re¬ call the many fond memories we have cherished as students of Ahoskie High School, the worth of these wise words can be fully realized. The year of 1963- ' 64 has been one filled with many outstanding events and highlights. These moments we hope we have captured for you, the students, in the ' 64 CHIEF. 64 Sandra Bostic - ASSISTANT EDITOR Kay Sullivan - BUSINESS MANAGER Johnna Everett, Nancy Sessoms JUNIOR CO-EDITORS ADVERTISING - SEATED - Frank, Baggett, Terry, Britton, Purvis, Ward. STANDING - How¬ erton, Morris, Brookshire. ART - Collier, Rogerson, King PHOTOGRAPHERS - Hopkins, Chitty Barnes. SPORTS - Monk, Teaster; FEATURES - Ross, D. Barnes, Jernigan, Savin, L. CIRCULATION - SEATED - Troutman, Crawford, Harrell, Newsome, Mitchell. Blowe, Knight, Parker, Miller. Beta Club SEATED - Brown, Gilbert, Collier, Sessoms. FIRST ROW - Beaver, Barnes, S, Taylor, P. Taylor, Peterson, Shue, Vann, Everett, Smolen, Purvis, Miller, Frank. SECOND ROW - Willoughby, Hill, Cowan, Newsome, Baggett, Wright, Johnson, Boyette, Ross, Sullivan. Led by the efficient hands of Mrs. R. P. Martin, the Ahoskie High Beta Club has risen to heights of distinction in North Carolina. Members must have an average of 90 on aca¬ demic subjects and show qualities of leadership and character. The purpose of this organization is to instill in its members, " Achievement, Character, and Lead¬ ership. " OFFICERS - Betty Jane Brown, Secre¬ tary; Nancy Sessoms, Treasurer; Becky Collier, Vice-President; Billy Gilbert, President. SPONSOR - Mrs. R. P. Martin 66 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. Under the capable direc¬ tion of Coach Albert Vaughan, the club does a splendid job of planning and coordinating the activities pertaining to the athletic program of our school. OFFICERS - Linda Deane Barnes, Secretary-Treasurer; Tom King, Pres¬ ident; Jean Monk and Tommy Charles, Vice-President. SPONSOR - Albert Vaughan Varsity Club FIRST ROW - Frank, Taylor, Teaster, Rogerson, King, Vann, Raynor, Beale, R. Miller, Brads ' . jw. SEC¬ OND ROW - Britton, Newsome, Collier, Sullivan, L. P. Barnes, Purvis, Hopkins, Monk, F. Miller, Wilroy, L. D. Barnes, Morris. THIRD ROW - W. Mitchell, Brown, Everett, Kinlaw, Earley, Wiggins, C. Mitchell, Lee, Futrell, B. Askew. FOURTH ROW - Smolen, Chitty, Williams, Wynns, Overton, D. Overton, Will¬ oughby, Freeman, Riddick, Bridgers. FIFTH ROW - Young, Lassiter, J. Askew, Fretweli. Howerton, Charles, K. Morris. 67 THE POW WOW Pow Wow CIRCULATION and BUSINESS STAFF - Linda Paige Barnes, Sandra Bostic, and Betty Jane Brown. EDITOR - Frances Miller Published six times a year by the students of Ahoskie high school. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Ahoskie, North Carolina. CSPA Medalist, 1959,1962, 1963. Editor, Frances Miller; Sports editor, Jimmy Young; Assistant sports editor, Wesley Sumner; Exchange and circula¬ tion, Sandra Bostic, Linda Paige Barnes; Feature editor, Judy Savin; Business manager, Betty Jane Brown; Assistant Business manager, Linda Fornes; Photographers, Reed Raynor, Pete Smolen, Joyce Hopkins. FEATURE EDITOR - Judy Savin, ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR - Wesley Sumner, SPORTS EDITOR - Jimmy Young. Pow Wow The POW WOW, Ahoskie High School’s award-winning newspaper, offers its staff members the opportunity to develop the qualities of suc¬ cessful journalists - originality of thought and expression, accuracy, dependability, and leadership. Serving the school as a medium of information and entertainment, the POW WOW attempts to meet the high standards of school jour¬ nalism. The publication is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, and Quill and Scroll Interna¬ tional Society of High School Journalists. PHOTOGRAPHERS - Pete Smolen, Reed Raynor, Linda Paige Barnes, and Joyce Hopkins. ADVISERS - Mrs. Allen Powell and Mrs. Tommy Mitchell. REPORTERS - Anne Jernigan, Sharon Taylor, Patricia Britton, Joanne Cognac, Bill Bradshaw, Betty J. Mizelle, Larry Freeman, and Audrey Britton. 69 OFFICERS - Pres. , Kenneth Mitchell; Vice-Pres. , Richard Harrell; Sec. , Gregory Overton; Treas. , Clifford Askew; Reporter, Greg Hodges; Sentinel, Gordon Jones; Adviser L. C. Peacock. F.F.A The ideals of the FFA are: Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve SPONSOR Mr. Peacock FIRST ROW - Freeman, Liverman, R. Williams, Eure, B. Askew, L. Davis, E. Burbage, Godwin, Slaught¬ er, Byrum, J. Dilday, R. Perry, Mr. Peacock. SECOND ROW - Godwin, Ayers, Allen, Perry, Burkette, Hodges, Dempsey, Willoughby, Burch, Harrell. THIRD ROW - Fretwell, Overton, Hawkins, Baggett, Harrell, Dilday, Vinson, Futrell, Harris, Ambrose. FOURTH ROW - Mullens, Gardner, Roundy, Overton, Vick, Wiggins, Lassiter, G. Lassiter, Daniels, R. Lassiter, Ayers, White. FIFTH ROW - Overton, West, Blowe, Hill, Benton, Rogerson, P. Rogerson, Harrell, Overton, Brinkley, Johnson. SIXTH ROW - Mizelle, Brittenham, Hurdle, Lewis, Nichols, Mitchell, Askew, Jones, Morris. FIRST ROW - Mrs. Freeman, Whedbee, Gray, Finley, Overton, Slate, B. Crawford, Burkette, Cognac, Parker, J. Harrell, T. Lassiter. SECOND ROW - Moore, A. Crawford, Boone, C. Vaughan, D. Knight, Lucas, Parker, Taylor, Snipes, Dilday, Barnes. THIRD ROW - Daughty, B. Joyner, R. Harrell, Bracy, B. Early, C. Joyner, J. Early, Harmon, Vinson, S. Lassiter, W. Mitchell. FOURTH ROW - Hoggard Britten- ham, C. Askew, L. Parker, G. Knight, D. Hill, Newsome, Brantley, K. Dilday, Arnold. FIFTH ROW - C. Mitchell Futrell, P. Morris, Liverman, J. Early, J. Burkett, J. Harrell, M. Parker, D. Brown, Peede, Horton. SIXTH ROW - E. Jemigan, Outlaw, Beale, Godwin, Jernigan, Montie, J. Chamblee, N. Vaughan SEVENTH ROW - Troutman, Lee, S. Mitchell, Chamblee, E. Moore, Wheeler. SPONSOR Mrs. Julian Freeman F.H.A. THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA is a national, state, and local organization composed of girls who have taken or are taking home eco¬ nomics. FHA provides opportunities to study and to solve problems im¬ portant to home life. SEATED - B. Troutman, Pres.; S. Lee. Vice-Pres.; O. Bur¬ kett, Sec.; B. Moore, Treas.; B. Crawford, Pianist: E. Jerni¬ gan, Song Leader; D. Parker, Historian; J. Cognac, Reporter. 7i AHS Marching Band One of the most vital elements in boosting the morale of the student body is the band. We are privileged to have at Ahoskie High School a band in which we may all be proud. In his first year at Ahoskie, Mr. Charles Armstrong has devel¬ oped one of the best bands in our school’s history. Although small in number, this corps has thrilled many spectators with its precision drills and striking music. 72 Glee Club Among the various organizations in which stu¬ dents may display their talents is the Glee Club. This group, led by Mrs. Mary Rose Lawerence, has often excelled in the presentation of choral music throughout our community. 73 LINDA FORNES CHERYl OVERTON NITA IOY-N FRANCES MILLER CLARA ANN REILLY Majorettes HEAD MAJORETTE Cheerleaders LINDA DEANE BARNES PAM VANN SHIRLEY WIGGINS CAROLYN MITCHELL DIANE PARKER GYPSIE WILROY OLIVIA BURKETT PEGGY LOU HEATH Bus Drivers Mary Ellen Brown, Donnie Godwin, Roy Mullen, Winnifred Mitchell, Clifford Askew, Phyllis Terry, Bobby Gardner, Robert Perry, Diane Hill, Kenneth Mitchell, Kay Blowe, and Glenn Daniels. 76 AND NOT TO YIELD Throughout the years, Ahoskie High has developed a reputation for championship teams. All over the state, the unyielding attitude and in¬ domitable spirit of the fighting Indi¬ ans is known. We have accumulated a won-lost record admired by every¬ one. And i 77 1963 Fighting Indians ROW ONE - T. King, B. Vann, E. Teaster, L. Frank, J. Overton, B. Howerton, T. Charl es, J. Askew, S. Lassiter, P. Taylor. ROW TWO - M. B. Fretwell, J. Beale, P. Smolen, J. Williams, R. Raynor, E. Hall, G. Stanley, R. Miller, S. Willoughby, J. Young. ROW THREE - B. Taylor, D. Anderson, L. Trevathan, H. C. Francis, A. Brinkley, K. Rawles, R. Fuller, T. Hawkins, and B. Charles. SCHEDULE Ahoskie 7 Ahoskie 6 Ahoskie 0 Ahoskie 6 Ahoskie 0 Ahoskie 31 Ahoskie 6 Ahoskie 0 Ahoskie 20 Ahoskie 42 Greenville 26 Roanoke Rapids 19 Hertford 27 Plymouth 26 Murfreesboro 23 Scotland Neck 12 Bertie Co. 0 Edenton 0 Willi amston 0 Spring Hope 12 COACHING STAFF VARSITY COACHES - Julian Freeman and Albert Vaughan. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE COACH - Tommy Mitchell. JUNIOR VARSITY COACH - William Leary. 78 OFFENSIVE TEAM - Lassiter, King, Tayloe, Beale, Brinkley, Anderson, Charles, Willoughby, Howerton, Williams, and Raynor. YOU CAN ' T WIN ’EM ALL - Coach Freeman and guard Jerry Beale display feelings of disgust in the final minutes of the Greenville game. DEFENSIVE TEAM - Raynor, Young, Miller, Tayloe, Williams, Fretwell, King, Howerton, Beale, Overton, and Smolen. M. B. FRETWELL - Guard TOM KING - Tackle TOMMY CHARLES - Back JIMMY YOUNG - Back EDDIE TEASTER - End 00 JOHNNY OVERTON - Back STEVE LASSITER - End BUTCH HOWERTON - Back Co-Captain Most Valuable Player PHIL TAYLOR - Back LEE FRANK - Back BRUCE VANN - Tackle 81 Jimmy Young (11), Johnny Overton (32), Robert Miller (52), and Butch Howerton (20) display a good defensive pursuit against Scotland Neck. Gregory Overton (41) and M. B. Fretwell (30) take out all but one Greenville defender as Tommy Charles (14) races around end. Gregory Stanley (75) breaks in front of a Spring Hope receiver to deflect an aerial. Jimmy Young (11) leads the way as Tommy Charles returns a Scotland Neck punt. Bobby Tayloe dodges through the Plymouth backfield 82 for valuable yardage. Pete Smolen (12) and John Williams (71) team up to stop a Williamston back for no gain. Other Indian defenders are Robert Miller (52), M. B. Fretwell (30), and Johnny Overton (32). Indian Cagers D. Anderson, P. Sharp, J. Riddick, B. Tayloe, R. Rayner, R. Miller, R. Wynns, F. Wiggins, T. Charles, P. Smolen, E. Teaster, and J. Young. The 1963-64 Indians, playing with a young team, suffered through a losing sea¬ son, but showed the fighting spirit that has marked past winners. Playing almost en¬ tirely on determination, the tribe held the pride of a loyal student body. COACH ALBERT VAUGHAN 83 Reed Raynor FORWARD Robert Miller CENTER Jimmy Young GUARD David Anderson GUARD 84 V Tommy Charles Pete Smolen GUARD Bobby Tayloe FORWARD GUARD 35 Sharp gets off a push shot over Edenton defender Tommy Charles rips for two points against Windsor, Va. Young shoots a jumper against Hertford. 87 Maidens A. Britton, J. Monk, B. Early, F. Miller, J. Everett, L. Miller, N. Miller, N. Vaughan, B. Moore, L, Morris, W. Mitchell, L. Barnes, S. Wheeler, B. Askew, and P. Kinlaw. The Maidens seemed to have their share of trouble this year also. Although their record was not so impressive they accomplished much in the way of develop¬ ing the young squad and preparing for next year. COACH Julian P. Freeman 88 WHO ' S GOT IT? - Maiden Frances Miller vies with Hertford lassies for ball possession. GOING UP - Frances Miller leaps with Bertie girl for jump ball. Johnna Everett drives for a two pointer against Edenton. Johnna Everette gets off shot over Hertford de¬ fender. WOOPS! Frances Miller almost loses ball as she drives for the basket. Jean Monk FORWARD Joyce Hopkins FORWARD Johnna Everett FORWARD Linda Paige Barnes GUARD Audrey Britton FORWARD Frances Miller FORWARD Marsha Purvis GUARD Winnifred Mitchell GUARD Lump Morris GUARD Brenda Early FORWARD J. BRETT Outfield STANDING - C. Daniels, J. Riddick, R. Newsome, B. Bradshaw, B. Tayloe, D. Overton, H. C. Francis, R. White, R. Roundy, T. Bridgers, R. Wynns, R. Harrell. SEATED: AHS 2 Plymouth 1 AHS 0 Hertford 5 AHS 0 Edenton 1 AHS 3 Gates Co. 4 AHS 12 S. Neck 0 AHS 8 Williamston 9 Base 92 J, WHALEY Pitcher J. ASKEW Third Base C. DANIELS Coach ball 63 AHS 3 Plymouth 7 AHS 3 S. Neck 4 AHS 6 Williamston 5 AHS 2 Edenton 1 AHS 1 Gates Co. 6 AHS 0 Hertford 14 E. MULLEN Catcher G. CHITTY Outfield 93 R. WYNNS S. S. , Pitcher J. RIDDICK Shortstop ■ ■ • E. TEASTER First Base 94 }, YOUNG Second Base D. OVERTON Outfield 95 BELK-TYLERS Compliments of of Ahoskie " Headquarter s for Jantzen Sportswear " GARRETT’S JEWELRY STORE Ahoskie, N. C. POWELL TRACTOR IMPLEMENT CO. Ahoskie, N. C. MODLIN’S CORNER Market and Grocery Ahoskie, N. C. For Good Food Try the TOMAHAWK RESTAURANT Ahoskie, N. C. L. N. TERRY " Foods for Every Occasion " Aulander N. C. € 0 v V C Woman ' s Apparel of Distinction HUGHES ESSO SERVICE CENTER Academy and Main Washington Street Suffolk, Va. " For Happy Motoring Stop at " MITCHELL ' S ESSO Aulander, N. C. 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SUBURBAN PROPANE LP Distributors for Eastern North Carolina SERVICE BARBER SHOP Railroad Street Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of TAYLOE EVANS Ahoskie For the Tops in Pops Visit SAM ' S RECORD SHOP VI 1 (, A " For fast courteous service " Visit EURE HALL CAFE For Quality Footwear Patronize THE FASHION shoe store Enjoy " the pause that refreshes " F r om AHOSKIE, N. C. " .John ' s suits the best people " COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Kelford, N. C. Compliments of AULANDERPHARMACY Aulander, N. C. " Congratulations " F rom GATLING PIERCE Ahoskie, N. C. " All Forms of Insurance " EARLY INSURANCE AGENCY 108 W. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. R. G. MOTOR CO. IMPERIAL SALES AND SERVICE Quality Groceries at BEALE ' S SUPERETTE " See Colonel R. G. Cooke for the best deals in town " Aulander N. C. BARROW MANUFACTURING COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. H. B. POWELL’S TEXACO STATION AHOSKIE HARDWARE D. B. for wash grease batteries gasoline Your Local Frigidaire Dealer Ahoskie, N. C„ " Congratulations " F rom , DUNLOWE STATION Ahoskie, N. C. Frigidaire CHATHAM FURNITURE COMPANY Furniture - Appliances Phone 332-3741 Mechanical Contractors WHITE WOODLEY Memorial Drive Ahoskie, N. C. 127 East Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. N. S. GODWIN AND SONS AHOSKIE BEAUTY SHOP Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. Wholesale Distributors Railroad Street Ahoskie, N. C. " Best Wishes " F rom AHOSKIE SIGN COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. " For All Your Pharmaceutical Needs " Visit CAPP’S AND COPELAND’S DRUG STORES AHOSKIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Sunset Street Ahoskie, N. C. " For Quality Cleaning " Visit PARAMOUNT CLEANERS BALLARD AND SMITH, INC. Suffolk, Va. COASTAL FINANCE CORPORATION Financing and Refinancing Auto and Truck Loans Phone - - - .• 32-3183 W. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. BETTER LIVING FROM TREES YOU HOLD IT IN YOUR HAND... Little seedlings produce tomorrow’s timber, ou hold in your hand the power to nurture or destroy America’s future timber crops. Use this power to prevent forest fires. UNION BAG-CAMP PAPER CORPORATION BLEACHED PRODUCTS DIVISION Franklin, Va. BRINKLEY MOTORS A Welcomed Sight for Weary Travelers CHIEF MOTEL Ahoskie, N. C. U.S. " You ' ll find a complete line 13 North Ahoskie MUTUAL INSURANCE of Ford tractors and implements " at Life - Fire - Casualty - Automobile B M TRACTOR COMPANY POWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY AULANDER TEXACO " Service with a smile. " " Enjoy a hamburger and a coke with the gang. " at ESKIMO DRIVE IN Compliments of HAYES-MILLER FRANKLIN DUNN GROCERY D 1 Pal " }” " Your Poll-Parrot no I 1 - rr of Dealer. " SHOES f or Boys and Girls Union, N. C. SESSOMS BROTHERS Your Dependable Dodge Dealer SAVIN-HILL Radio and Television Sales and Service MAOLA MILK AND ICE CREAM COMPANY " Prompt and Efficient Delivery Service " EN TH " Take your clothes to MINTON ' S CLEANERS for expert care. " Compliments of BAKER’S SUPERMARKET AHOSKIE WHOLESALE Aulander Highway APPLIANCES CHARLES H. JENKINS CO. Stop at Our Store for All Your Household Items. WHEDBEE-BRITTON HARDWARE Compliments of A Complete Line of General Motors Products AHOSKIE MEAT PROVISION CO. For the Best in School Supplies Visit THE OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY W. H. BASNIGHT COMPANY. INC. A Complete Line of Armstrong Flooring BANK OF AHOSKIE Insure Your Future With a Savings Account at Our Bank. Compliments of DR. W. H. WYNNS MACK’S SPORTS LAND JOYNER ' S TV RADIO The Best in TV Repairs at Your Fingertips. See Mack for All Your Sporting Good Needs o RAMBLER R. C. MOTORS Headquarters for Mercury - Rambler Truly Dependable Automobiles MERVIN’S MARKET S ' 1 THORNTON’S FURNITURE CO. Shop at Thornton ' s for the Best in Quality Furniture A Complete Line of Fresh Meats Gas Up at FELTON ' S ESSO Winton N. C. Compliments of One of Roanoke Chowan ' A FRIEND Best Wishes to the Class of ' 64 Growing New Industries WINTON DRY CLEANERS CAROLINA ALUMINUM KENNY ' S CLOVER FARM Colerain N. C. Adequate Insurance Policies to Fit Every Need at WALKER DRUG COMPANY BRYANT INSURANCE AGENCY DEWEY WHITE ' S TEXACO Your Walgreen Agency in the Roanoke Chowan Area GREEN INSURANCE AGENCY Insure Your Family With the Best Insurance Available. LET US HELP Jft tey HERTFORD COUNTY SAVINGS LOAN Ahoskie, N. C. Congratulations to the FARMER’S HARDWARE Senior Class For Top Quality House-wares in Every Department COLUMBIA PEANUT COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Buy Grocery Items of Every Type at CLINGY’S SUPERETTE Aulander, N. C. McPherson BOTTLING COMPANY, INC. Distributors of Pepsi and Seven-Up FURNITURE GALLERYS Ahoskie, N. C. " We have enjoyed serving the Roanoke Chowan Section. " PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. G. H. WADSWORTH DR. R. A. ANDERSON DR. J. L. DARDEN DR. E. T. VISER DR. A. Y. EAGLES . ! 6 0c , BARNES-SAWYER CO. Wholesale Distributors THANKS! DR. J. L. DR. J. B. FRANK JR. The staff of the 1964 CHIEF RUFFIN would like to extend their grati¬ tude to the businesses which sub¬ scribed for advertisements in this book andwould encourage every¬ one to patronize them. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Not All Is Work at A IIS . . . It all begins in the balmy Carolina fall, when students gather to boost school spirit at their first pep rally . . . Simultaneously, at another part of the campus, this lovely sextet gathers to see what they can " cook up” . . . P.E. boys enjoy tag football in the mild September mornings . . . And enthusiastic students build a display for the doomed opponents . . . As October approaches, cheerleaders prime up for the big homecoming game . . . 109 The POW WOW holds a bake sale . . . And Betas play in chicken salad . . . Then comes winter ' s frigid grip . . . But things are not so cold in the classrooms as . . . Miss Parker chuckles happily in the library . . . and SOMEONE gets a smile out of Mrs. Sessoms . . . Then comes the time when the Seniors begin to be pressured . . . This group of Seniors certainly doesn ' t look Pressured - Of course not - this is Miss Brown ' s second period English class. When the snow melts, and the days become warm, a group of AHS students decide to take a pre-season dip in the pool . . . . . . So, as one may well see, there is more to going to school - that is, at AHS - than just books. lt ' « ■ 7 • s ' •» " « Vi IT™ . .. _3£$ E|$ssk « 1 §fPS •■ " • 1 k t r
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