Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

 - Class of 1965

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mn ' - ■ I? Ml ’fix ' f fe aA ii f rrii «M r Tf-fE CWEP PubOtilwi by Q(m i C$M$ fikotkib f-ltyh Qckool Afio$k , Nodk Cotofowb 1965 Vol.W l Rvt QJUf ul Your staff is happy to present for your approval and pleasure this pictorial record of life for each class as it was at Ahoskie High School in 1964-65. We have tried to convey, both in letter and spirit, the many and varied activities which make up our school life. The poem below, written by Wesley Sumner, presents in verse the faculty’s and each class’s impressions of life at our school. We see you come, we’ll see you go. As your future will be, our work will have been. Knowledge and fruitful lives we hope you will have. The spirit of our school - what could take its place? For us students, all is not work; all is not play. We have fun with more than books. Pep rallies, ball games, special projects. All a big part of Ahoskie High School. We are the students; we love our school, and share its traditions . . . Rising for seniors, daily devotions, the trophy case, our school shield . . . We will be ready for what the morrow may hold. A few more days, we will be gone . . . Our memories, only Indian lore and still, we can’t forget The crowded halls, the fountain, our annual, that special friend. Coming graduation, our past work - These will remain with us through all the future years. One year left at AHS. We’ve had a year of fun, Our junior-senior, our new class rings, that first school trip. Tomorrow we will be seniors. This was a year of firsts and of happy moments. Our Beta tapping, that first big game, a driver’s license, service projects, Have shaped this year. But onward we climb, to greater heights, as juniors! Almost sophomores, thank Heaven for that! We made our impression in this first year. There’s much to face in the three years ahead. Our hopes are high; our faith is strong. Cc tfeufe Dedication .. 4 In Memory - .- .... g Administration and Faculty - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - 7 Classes - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - 15 Activities. -------- - 55 Sports - - - - - - - --- go Homecoming Court - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -96 Advertisements - -- -.- -ioi Autographs------117 3 4 Z)q ]j X)£Lovi It is with pleasure, pride, and sincere appre¬ ciation that we dedicate our 1964-65 year¬ book to Mrs. Garnette B. Hughes. As annual sponsor and senior sponsor for many years, and as county guidance counselor for the past two years, she has given without reservation of her time and talents to the young people of this and surrounding areas. Her calm and con¬ sidered judgment and her ability to weigh de¬ cisions and to give advice and assistance have been invaluable. We are fortunate to have come under her guidance. Her influence will remain to bless the lives of those whose guide she has been. 5 fit We pause a moment here to pay reverent tribute to our friends and fellow students who have already gone “beyond the sunset,” to that bright and happy land where all mysteries shall be explained and all life’s secrets made clear. We are grateful to have known you, saddened by your passing, blessed by our memories of you, and secure in the conviction that our loss was truly your gain. 6 7 LpjuJpmI MR. J. M. JENKINS Wake Forest College, B.S., M.A. MR. WALLACE GREY Chairman DR. DAN P. BOYETTE, JR. MR. BILL GREENE DR. JOE LEE FRANK MR. WILLIAM MILLER 8 JitfL MR. J. W. YOUNG, JR. Principal Pu ' MSjpai ' s, Uessagfr It is with keen interest and much pleasure that I bring you greetings and best wishes in this, your yearbook, for 1964-1965. To note the enthusiastic participation in all the school ac¬ tivities is indeed gratifying and encouraging. My sincere wish is that every activity here may serve to broaden and enrich our lives. I am especially proud of the accomplishments of our stu¬ dents in clubs, athletics, and publications. These accomplishments surely serve as a challenge, to strive for better and greater things in our society. As your principal and friend, I am happy to dedicate myself to your service. MR. VERNON BAKER Assistant Principal and Dean of Boys MR. VERNON G. BAKER, JR. General Science, Introduc¬ tion to Vocation, General Math; Campbell College, E.C.C., B. S. MRS. DEANES BRETT English III, Geography; Wake Forest College, B. S. MRS. PAT BRITTON MRS. JULIAN P. FREEMAN MR. JULIAN P. FREEMAN English, World History; Wake Forest College, A.B. Home Econ. I and II; Rad¬ ford College of V. P. I., B. S. Geometry, Trigonometry, Physical Education; Camp¬ bell College; Atlantic Chris¬ tian College, A. B. MRS. ORRIN HARRELL Biology and Health; Long- wood College, B. S. MRS. CHARLES W. HUGHES Guidance Counselor; U.N.C.G., A.B. 10 MR. MICHAEL KEZIAH Instrumental Music; East Carolina College, B. S. MRS. ROBERTS JERNIGAN Spanish, English, Civics; U.N.C. Chapel Hill, A.B. MRS. MICHAEL KEZIAH Music; Grades 1-12; East Carolina College, B. S. MR. WILLIAM LEARY Business Math, Bookkeeping. Business Ec., Business Law; U.N.C., Georgetown Col¬ lege, B.S., M.A. MRS. RUSSELL P. MARTIN French; E. C.C., Graduate Work at Wake Forest, N.C.E. A. Language Insti¬ tute MRS. THOMAS N. MITCHELL English IV, U.S. History, Journalism; Greensboro College, A.B. MR. RICHARD W. MURRAY Typing, P.E., World His¬ tory, Civics; Chowan Col¬ lege, Atlantic Christian, B.S. MISS EMMA R. PARKER Librarian; Chowan College, MISS MARY LOU PARKER English I, HI; U.N.C.G., U.N.C. Chapel Hill, A. B. MR. LANSING C. PEACOCK MRS. ALLAN POWELL MRS. KEITH PURVIS Agriculture I, II, M, IV; English I, II, III, IV; North Carolina State College, U.N.C.G., A.B. B.S. Dramatics; E.C.C., Greens¬ boro College, B.S. MR. RICHARD ALLEN ROGERS Physics, Chemistry, Algebra General Math; Maryville College, B. A. MRS. HARRY R. SAMS United States History, World History; E.C.C., A.B. 12 MRS. HAROLD SESSOMS Algebra I, II, and HI; Greens¬ boro College, A.B. s MRS. WILSON C. TAYLOR Shorthand, Typing I, II; East Carolina College, A.B. MR. DAVID J. TUCKER East Carolina College, B. S.; Business Education MR. ALBERT VAUGHN Health, P.E., Civics; Cho¬ wan College, E . C, C., B. S. MRS. WATSON WINBORNE Biology, Health, Family Life; Chowan College, High Point, B. S. MRS. W. G. BARNES School Secretary 13 MRS. PAUL RODEN Seventh and Eighth Grades; Florence State Teachers College; Carson Newman College, B.A. MR. THOMAS N. MITCHELL Seventh and Eighth Grades; East Carolina College, B. S. t MRS. LUTHER FERGUSON Health, Science, Math; East Carolina College, M.A. MR. LEE ORMAND WILSON Eighth Grade; Campbell Col¬ lege, B. S. MRS. MARY R. A INS LEY Eighth Grade; Chowan Col lege, A.B. IV MRS. EDWIN RHOADS Seventh and Eighth Grades; East Carolina College, A.B. MISS CHRISTINE BRETT Language Arts; E.C.C., Chowan College, M.A. MRS. SAM EVETT Seventh Grades; East Caro¬ lina College, B. S. MRS. LANSING PEACOCK Sixth Grade; E.C.C., A.B. 14 Ch m 15 OFFICERS QpmjUvo A few more days, we will be gone . . . Yet, in our hearts will linger fond memories of our school . . . The crowded halls, the fountain, our annual, that special friend. Coming graduation, our past work - These will remain with us through all the future years. President.WESLEY SUMNER Vice-President.GAIL PURVIS Secretary.CAROLYN WHITLEY Treasurer-.GAIL COWAN CAROLYN CROSS ASKEW F.H.A. 1,2,3; Band 1,2. MARTHA ELIZABETH ASKEW Basketball 2; F. H. A. 1,2, 4; Glee Club 3; Band 1; Ma¬ jorette 1; Varsity Club 2; Girls ' Athletic Association 2 . PEGGY JEAN ASKEW F.H.A. 4; Glee Club 3; 4-H Club 1. GLORIA WATERS BAKER Basketball 1,2, Marshal 3; Cheerleader 2; 4-H Club 1, 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Dele¬ gate to Beta Convention 2; Scholastic Achievement Award 2,3. HELEN JEAN BASS F.H.A. 1, 2; Office Assist¬ ant 4; Glee Club 4; Distri¬ butive Education Club 4. GERALD JOHNSTON BEALE " Jerry " Annual Staff 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; A11-Conference 4; Baseball 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Wrestling 1,2; Senior Super¬ lative 4, Wittiest; Band 1; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Bus Driver Substitute 4. SHARON DOANE BEARD F.H.A. 1,2; Band 1,2,3, 4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; J. V. Basketball 1,2. DORA IDEAL BELANGA WILLIAM THOMAS BOONE Student Council 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Band Captain 4; Radio Club 3. BETTY BROOKS BOYETTE S.C. 4; Ann. St. 4, Bus. - Mgr.; Marshal 3, Co-Chief; Class Off. 3, Sec.; Sen. Su¬ perlative 4, Most Likely to Succeed; FHA 2, Sec. ; Del. to CSPA Conv. 2,4; Bd. 1, 2,3,4; Del. to Beta Conv. 3,4; Hertford Co. Schol. Ach. Awd. 3; Perfect At. 1,2,3. LOIS HOPE BRACY F.H.A. 1,3,4, Reporter 4; Office Assistant 2; Band 1, 2; Library Assistant 3,4; County Typing Contest 3; Typing Award 3. WILLIAM RUFUS BRADSHAW Student Council 2; Annual Staff 4; Football 4; Baseball 2; Manager 2,3; POW WOW 3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Track 3,4. BETTY JANE BROWN Student Council 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 3, Pres¬ ident; F.H.A. 1; Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Band 1,2,4; Delegate to the Beta Convention 3,4; Delegate to E. C.C. Press 4; Wake Forest Leadership Con¬ ference 3; POW WOW 3,4. LINDA LOU BULLOCK F.H.A. 1. k. J JAMES HENRY BURGESS Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3; Homecoming Escort 4; Bus Driver 3,4, Substitute 1 , 2 . LINDA MAE BYRD F.H.A. 1,2. 18 EDWARD EVANS CALLIS Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1, 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Class Officer 3, Reporter; Senior Superlative 4, Most Intelli¬ gent; Substitute Bus Driver 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3,4; Dele¬ gate to the Beta Convention 2,3, 4; Homecoming Escort 4, ROYEN KELLY CHANOINE Student Council 4; Basket¬ ball Manager 3,4; Office Assistant 3,4; School Patrol 1,2, 3,4, Captain 1,2,3, Supervisor 4; F.F. A. 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4; Federation President 2; Delegate to F.F. A. State Convention 2; F.F.A. President 1. WILLIAM PORTER CHARLES Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Distributive Education Club 4, Historian; Glee Club 4, President; Band 1; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1, Vice President; Substitute Bus Driv er 4; Wrestling 1. LESLIE DOWE CORNETTE Football 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Manager 3; 4-H Club 1; Class Play 3. GAIL PAIGE COWAN Annual Staff 4; Marshal 3; Class Officer 4, Treasurer; F.H.A. 1; Beta Club 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3, 4; JV Cheerleader. DONALD GLENN DANIELS Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2, 3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 2; F. F. A. 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Bus Driv¬ er 3, 4. CLYDE ROBERT DAVIDSON Distributive Education Club 4; F.F.A. 1,2,4. MELVIN McCOY DAVIS Basketball 1,4; Baseball 1, 3, Manager 2,3; Senior Su¬ perlative 4, Best Dancer; Bus Driver Substitute 3,4. CONNIE HUGHES DEMPSEY Basketball Manager 2,3; Dis¬ tributive Education Club 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3. MARY SUE DILDAY Student Council 4; Office Assistant 3; 4-H Club 1,2, 3. BRENDA KAYE EARLY BB 1,2, 3,4, Mgr. 1; Var¬ sity Cl. 1,2, 3,4, Sec. - Treas. 4; FHA 1,2, 3,4, Pres. 4; Girls ' Ath. Assn. 2; Home Ec. Assist. 4; Dist. Ed. Cl. 4, Pres. 4; Class Off. 1, Sec. -Treas; Ann. St. 4, Spts. Ed. ; Senior Superlative 4, Most Ath. BETTIE CAROLYN EURE Basketball lj2,4; FHA 1,2; Office Assistant 4; Band 1; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Girls ' Athletic Association 2. BRENDA MAE EURE FHA 1,2; Glee Club 3. JUDITH ANN EURE Basketball 1,2,3; Cheer¬ leader 2,3; Bus Driver Sub¬ stitute 3,4; Distributive Edu¬ cation Club 4. JOHNNA LEE EVERETT S.C. 1,4, Pres. 4; Ann. St. 4, As. Ed.; BB 1,2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 3; All- Conf. 3; Beta Cl. 3,4; Mar¬ shal 3; Wake Forest Ldrshp. Conf. 3; Sen. Superlative 4, Best All-Around; Varsity Cl. 1,2,3,4; Co. Typing Con. 2; Del. to Beta Cony. 3, 4; Girls ' Ath. Assn. 2; Hertford Co. Scholastic Award 3. 20 DAVID ERNEST FEHER Student Council 3,4, Chap¬ lain; Senior Superlative 4, Nicest; Radio Club 3,4. SUSAN ADMINTA FELTON Annual Staff 4; Senior Super¬ lative 4, Sweetest Girl; Band 1; 4-H Club 1; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Citizen¬ ship Award 2. LINDA MAE FORNES Student Council 1; Annual Staff 4; Senior Superlative 4, Most Popular; Cheerlead¬ er 1 ' ; POW WOW 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Club 1; Homecoming Court 3; Home coming Queen Candidate 4; Majorette 2,3, 4. CHARLES WILLIAM FREEMAN Student Council 2; Annual Staff 4; Football Manager 1, 2,3,4; FFA 1; Vice-President; Band 1; Varsity Club 1,2,3, 4; Bus Driver 2,3,4; Dele¬ gate to Student Council Con¬ vention 2; Delegate to FFA Convention 1. MARTHA LUVENIA FUTRELL FHA 1,2,3, Second Vice- President 2; Cheerleader 1, 2,3,4; Office Assistant 4; Band 1; Varsity Club 1,2,3, 4; .Homecoming Court 4; Li¬ brary Assistant 1. WALTER LEROY FUTRELL, JR. Office Assistant 3; Fire Mar¬ shal 1,2,3, 4; FFA 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 1; Service Award 3; FFA Sentinel 4. BOBBY RAY GARDNER FFA 1,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4, Substitute 2; Citizenship Award 3. GERTUDE MARIA GODWIN FHA 1,2; Band 1; 4-H Club 1; Bus Driver 1; Citizenship Award 3. 2 ROBY EDWARD HALL Football 1,2, 3,4; Senior Superlative 4, Best Dressed; Band 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,4; Varsity Club 3,4. DEANNA KAYE HARMON FHA 1,3,4, Vice-President 4; Delegate to State FHA Convention 3; Band 1; Hert¬ ford County Typing Contest 3; Home Economics Assist¬ ant 4. TRENA MAE HARRIS FHA 1; Perfect Attendance 1 . PEGGY LOU HEATH Basketball 2; FHA 1; Cheer¬ leader 3,4; Band 1; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Li¬ brary Assistant 4. BECKY JO HILL Library Assistant 3,4. GEORGE GREGORY HODGES Distributive Education 4; FFA 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1, Vice-President; Bus Driver 3,4. CHARLOTTE HARRELL HOGGARD FHA 1,2,3; Office Assistant 4; 4-H Club 1; Girls ' Ath¬ letic Association 2; Bus Driv¬ er 4, Substitute 3; JV Basket¬ ball 1,2. SANDRA ROSE HOLLOMAN Student Council 4; Class Of¬ ficer 3, Reporter; Cheerlead¬ er 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3. 22 KENNETH EARL HURDLE Football 1,2; Varsity Club 1,2; Varsity Club Co-Cap- tain 1,2. LINDA JOHNSON Glee Club 3; 4-H Club 1. LYNDA MARIE JOHNSON FHA 1; Beta Club 3,4; Band 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Bus Driver 4; Delegate to Beta Conven¬ tion 3,4. MARVIN GORDON JONES Football Manager 2; Basket¬ ball 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 2; Homecoming Escort 4. MARGARET ANITA JOYNER Student Council 2,4; Class Officer 1, Vice-President; Senior Superlative 4, Pret¬ tiest Girl; FHA 1,2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, Head Majorette 3; Home¬ coming Queen 4; JV Basket¬ ball 1. PATRICIA ALICE KINLAW Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; FHA 1; Band 1; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Girls ' Athletic Association 2. EDWARD LEE LASSITER FFA 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1,2. SHIRLEY JANE LASSITER Marshal 3; FHA 1,2, 3,4, Treasurer 4; Beta Club 4; Typing Contest 3; Bus Driver 4, Substitute 3. k SALLIE ANN LEE Student Council 3; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2, 3,4, Vice- President 2,3; Cheerleader 1,2, 3,4, Chief 3,4; Office Assistant 4; Band 1; Varsity Club 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Citizenship Award 2; Home Economics Assistant 4. ERNEST CELVIN LIVERMAN Basketball 1; Band 1,2, 3,4; Bus Driver 4, Substitute 3. THOMAS EARL LOWE, JR. Student Council 4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Class Officer 3, President; Senior Superlative 4, Best Personality; Glee Club 4; 4-H Club 1; Bus Driver 4; Most Inspirational Boys’ Bas¬ ketball Player 3; Homecom¬ ing Escort 4; Assistant to the Principal 3. ROBERT ADAM MILLER Student Council 2, 3,4; Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Senior Superlative 4, Most Athletic; Varsity Club 2,3,4, President 4; Band 1, 2; Track 1,2; Warrior Award 1 . CAROLYN ANN MITCHELL FHA 1,2, 3,4; Home Econom ics Assistant 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; JV Cheerleader 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. LINDA MARIE MITCHELL Basketball 1,2,3,4, Varsity Co-Captain 2, 3; Class Offi¬ cer 3, Vice-President; Glee Club 4; Beta Club 2, 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 2,3,4; Scholastic Achieve¬ ment Award 3; Bus Driver 4. MARY ANN MITCHELL Class Officer 2, Chaplain; Cheerleader 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. STELLA PERCIA MITCHELL FHA 2,3; Glee Club 3; 4-H Club 1,2; Bus Driver 4, Sub stitute 3. 24 BETTY JOYCE MIZELLE Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1; FHA 1,2; Delegate to CSPA Convention 2,4; POW WOW 2, 3, 4. BETTIE ANN MULDER FHA 2; Glee Club 2, 3; 4-H Club 1,2. WILLIAM ROY MULLEN FFA 2,3,4; Bus Driver 2,3, 4. GREGORY O’NEAL OVERTON Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; FFA 1,2, 3,4, Secre¬ tary 3, Sentinel 1; Glee Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2, Secretary 1; Homecoming Escort 4; Bus Driver 4, Substitute 3; Ci¬ tizenship Award 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Chief Award. JOHN WAYNE OVERTON Football 1; FFA 1; Band 1, 2,3; 4-H Club 1. RICHARD SHERWOOD OVERTON Football 1,2; Basketball 1, 2; FFA 1,3,4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Track 2. MICHAEL DOUGLAS PARKER Annual Staff 4; Football 1, 2; Senior Superlative 4, Most Popular; Track 1,4; Band 1,2,3,4. 25 ROZSA FEHER PARKER FHA 1,2; Library Club 3; Future Business Leaders of America 3. THELMA LOUISE PEEDE FHA 1,2,3; Bus Driver 4, Substitute 3; Perfect Attend¬ ance 1; Distributive Educa¬ tion Club 4. ANN MAYNETTE PETERSON . Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 2,3; Secretary 2, Treasurer 3; Senior Superlative 4, Best Dressed; Beta Club 3; FHA 1; Band 1,2; Citizenship Award 2. NANCY CARROLL PIERCE Basketball 1,2,3; Office Assistant 3; Bus Driver 3,4. JEAN DONOVAN PITTMAN Student Council 3; JV Bas¬ ketball 1; Citizenship Award 1; Typing Award 2. ELIZABETH GAIL PURVIS Student Council 2; Band 1; Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 4, Vice-President; Basket¬ ball 4; Senior Superlative 4, Wittiest; Girls’ Athletic As¬ sociation 1,2; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; JV Cheerleader 1; Delegate to Student Council Convention CLARA ANN REILLY Student Council 3; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Superlative 4, Best Dancer; FHA 1; Of¬ fice Assistant 4; Homecom¬ ing Court 2; Majorette 1,2, 3,4; Drum Majorette 4; Del¬ egate to the Student Council Convention 3; Citizenship Award 3; Hertford County Typing Contest 2. JAMES PAUL ROGERSON Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1,2; Distributive Education Club 4. NANCY NORFLEET SESSOMS Student Council 1,2, Cor¬ responding Secretary 2; An¬ nual Staff 4, Editor; Marshal 3; Class Officer 2, Vice- President; Senior Superlative 4, Most Talented; FHA 1; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer; Band 1, 2; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Citizenship Award 3; Wake Forest Leader¬ ship Conference 3; Delegate to CSPA Convention 2; Chap¬ el Pianist 1,2, 3, 4. CHARLOTTE FAYE SHUE Marshal 3; FHA 1; JV Cheer¬ leader 1; Beta Club 3,4; Del¬ egate to Beta Convention 3, 4. PETER NAT HEN SMOLEN Annual Staff 4, Sports Editor; Football 1,2, 3,4; All-Con¬ ference 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Marshal 3; Class Officer 3, Vice-President; Senior Superlative 4, Best All-A¬ round; Delegate to CSPA Convention 2,4; Track 3,4; Warrior Award 1; Beta Club 3,4; POW WOW 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4. GREGORY HOWARD STANLEY LOUIS WESLEY SUMNER Annual Staff 4; Football 1, 2, 3,4; Senior Superlative 4, Most Talented; POW WOW 2; Band 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 3; Track 1, 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Warrior Award 1; Hert¬ ford County Typing Contest 3; Wrestling 2. Student Council 1,2, 3,4, Vice-President 3; Annual Staff 4; Football 1,2; Class Officer 2,4, President; Dele¬ gate to CSPA Convention 4; POW WOW 2,3,4; Delegate to Student Council Conven¬ tion 2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Escort 2, 3,4. LINDA LOUISE TAYLOR FHA 1; Glee Club 3. 27 MURIEL SHARON TAYLOR Annual Staff 4; Co-Chief; Marshal 3; Senior Superla¬ tive 4, Most Intelligent; Delegate to CSPA Conven¬ tion 2, 4; POW WOW 2, 3,4; Band 1,3; Beta Club 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Delegate to ECC Press 2,4; Hertford County Scho¬ lastic Award 3. DONALD PAUL UPCHURCH Radio Club 3; FFA 1,2, Re¬ porter 1; Band 1,2, 3,4. LORETTA ETHEL VANN FHA 4; 4-H Club 1; Library Assistant 4. DONALD WAYNE VINSON Football 1,2; FFA 1,3,4; Delegate to FFA Convention 4; Distributive Education Club 4. RUTH CAROLYN WHITLEY Basketball 1,2,3; Marshal 3, Chief; Class Officer 1,2,3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 1,2, 3, Treasurer 4; Office Assist¬ ant 4; Beta Club 3,4; Dele¬ gate to Beta Club 3,4; Per¬ fect Attendance 1,2; Hert¬ ford County Scholastic Award 2,3. GLORIA JEAN VINSON FHA 1,2,3; Distributive Edu¬ cation Club 4, Secretary- Treasurer; 4-H Club 1. JEAN CAROLYN WHITEHEAD FHA 1,2; Glee Club 2. 28 SHIRLEY MARIE WIGGINS Annual Staff 4; Senior Super¬ lative 4, Best Personality; FHA 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2,3, 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Home¬ coming Queen Candidate 4; County and District Typing Contest 3; Perfect Attendance 3. JOHN FRANCIS WILLIAMS Football 1,2, 3,4; Band 1; Senior Superlative 4, Best Looking Boy; Wrestling 1; Warrior Award 1; Track 1,3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH MARTEL WILLOUGHBY Annual Staff 4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Track 1,2; Wrestling 2; Warrior Award 1; Beta Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1 , 2 . CHARLES WATSON WINBORNE Football 4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Class Of¬ ficer 1, President; 4-H Club 1 . RUTH ANN WOMMACK FHA 1; Distributive Educa¬ tion Club 4; 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4. DOUGLAS ALAN WRIGHT Annual Staff 4; Marshal 3; Class Officer 1, President; Band 2,3; Beta 2,3,4; POW WOW 3,4; Delegate to Beta Convention 3,4; Delegate to ECC Press 4 Delegate t o L CSPA Convention 1; Senior Superlative 4, Most Likely to Succeed; 4-H Club 1,2. Best AM AwwmL JOHNNA EVERETT PETE SMOLEN Pte£fee$t vJL ANITA JOYNER Best Locking Boy JOHN WILLIAMS Uost lidtMlqwt SHARON TAYLOR EVANS CALLIS Best PmcM$Jty SHIRLEY WIGGINS TOMMY LOWE £ attest QvJl SUE FELTON Nicest Boy DAVID FEHER BETTY BOYETTE DOUG WRIGHT M.W,t Llkehj to- Succeed „ Jl jjJO Xjt Mo sbAtMrito BRENDA EARLY ROBERT MILLER UosbTcJktd L NANCY SESSOMS GREGORY STANLEY 33 U,o$fc Poj3ttW LINDA FORNES MIKE PARKER Besfc Dtessed ANN PETERSON ED HALL !!!!!! One year left at AHS, A year full of fun and sorrow - Our junior-senior, our deep-felt loss, Our new class rings. Tomorrow we will be seniors. OFFICERS President- Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer- -LARRY FREEMAN -HAROLD McCOY - BETTY MOORE AUDREY BRITTON 36 David Anderson Norman Askew Becky Baggett Katherine Bailey Bill Baughan Laverne Baughan Carolyn Bazemore Dianne Beale Bobbie Belanga Joan Bell 37 J. E. Benton Rodney Bland Dwight Blowe Lonnie Blumenthal Tony Bridgers Audrey Britton Danny Brown E. J. Burbage Olivia Burkett Ray Burkett 38 Mary Francis Callis Jo Ann Casper Joanne Cognac Debra Conner Lewis Davis Linda Dilday Elaine Doughtie Betty Dunlowe Benny Edwards Lynn Edwards Walter Evans Becky Eure 39 Phyllis Farmer Lorelie Finley H. C. Francis Sandra Frank Johnny Futrell Susan Godwin Linda Gray Joe Harrell Donald Hill Elsie Hoggard Larry Freeman Roy Fuller 40 Danny Holloman Joe Holloman Johnny Hora Elaine Jernigan Joe Lassiter Larry Lassiter Nancy Lassiter 41 4 ' f Ray Lassiter Patsy Lewis Harold McCoy Hilton Miller Kyle Morris Linda Morris Delores Nichols Rhetta O’Briant Sandra Outlaw 43 Jimmy Riddick Ruth Rose Dianne Rountree Joyce Snyder Linda Todd Pam Vann Howard Vick 44 Susan Vinson Jean Warren Leon West Duke Whedbee Fred Wiggins Judy Wiggins Mary Leigh Williams Elizabeth Williams Gypsie Wilroy Legare Wilroy Peggy Wommack 45 OFFICERS President - Tim Barnes Vice-President - David Ruffin Secretary-Treasurer - Kenneth Terry 46 This a year of firsts And of happy moments. Our Beta tapping, that first big game, A driver ' s license, service projects, Have shaped this year. But onward we climb. To greater heights, As juniors! Curtis Allen Rebecca Askew Beverly Baker David Barnes Johnny Blanton Betty Arnold Robert Ayers Debra Baker Shirley Barnes Linda Boone Bobby Askew Bobby Baggett Ronnie Baker Tim Barnes Dicky Bracy Edward Askew Jimmy Baggett Ann Barnes Billy Blanchard Patsy Brady 47 Doris Brown A1 Byrd Jean Chamblee Lonnie Davis Steve Dilday Nettie Brown Jimmy Capps Cecil Cherry Nancy Davis Bobby Doughtie Susan Bridges Elsie Casper Ann Crawford Lee Dempsey Betty Doughtie Janice Burkett Gloria Chamblee William Darden Lynn Dilday Ronnie Dunn 48 Jimmy Eagles Joah Early Larry Edwards Dennis Everett Erlene F elton Troy Freeman Billy Gilliam Dan Godwin Margaret Early Annette Farmer Linwood Futrell Tommy Godwin Jimmy Hall Janet Harrell John Harrell Judy Edwards Charlie Farmer Margaret Futrell Troy Godwin Masie Harrell 49 J. C. Holloman William Jernigan Libby Jones Gloria Kimball John Helmkamp Brenda Horton Charlie Johnson Tim Jordan Dianne Langdale Jack Herring Linda Horton Jerri Johnson Cynthia Joyner Micheal Lassiter Ann Hill James Humphrey Diane Jones Rebecca Joyner Warren Lassiter 50 Brenda Leonhirth Cynthia Lucas Donald Morford Patrica Morris Vi Nita Liverman Linda Miller Linda Montie Billy Mulder Wesley Liverman Kenny Lowe Brenda Minton Sharon Mitchell Ellen Moore Martha Morris Joyce Nichols Johnny Nowell Jane Outland Glenn Overman Cheryl Overton 51 Juanita Parker Margaret Rawls Richard Roundy Tommy Slaughter Linda Parker Ronnie Riddick David Ruffin Jane Smolen Carl Piland Wayne Robertson Paul Sharp Ann Snipes Keith Rawls wm Ray Rowe Rosa Shores Bobby Tayloe Billy Taylor Herbert Taylor Kay Taylor 52 Louise Taylor Mike Taylor Robert Terry Nelda Vaughan Eunice West Martha Tillery Ellen Vick Gail Whedbee Tanya Taylor Tommy Tucker Britt Ward James White Kenneth Terry Cynthia Vaughan David Wallace Jim White Linda Wiggins Jimmy Williford June Willoughby 53 : r ilm.iaOw ' r i ■ ptes[tfvi W 06 s$ No longer freshmen, Thank Heaven for that! We made our impression In this first year. There’s much to face in The three years ahead; Our hopes are high; Our faith is strong. OFFICERS President--BARBARA MILLER Vice-President.LARRY RHOADS Secretary-Treasurer-JENNIFER WYNN w.mmi vm a sm ■HI HK • im 54 Dennis Wayne Sue Dorothy Lynn Pat Adams Allen Anderson Barnes Bazemore Bass Leroy Alice Gloria Jerry Mary Barbara Beamon Beddow Belanga Bell Boone Boyette Monte Brinkhouse Ann Brinkley Kathrine Britt Perry Britt Sandra Brittenham Jeff Britton Benjie Brown Debbie Brown Linda Burden Theresa Calemine Wayne Chamblee Barbara Chanoine Dickie Jimmy Florence Joseph Rosa Patrica Charles Cotton Cutlip Daniels Dickens Dilday Vann Doris Howard Randy Julia Sandra Dilday Dunlowe Edwards Edwards Evans Evans Larry Donna Johnny Ruth Diane Tommy Fairless Farmer Farmer Gardner Garrett Godwin Stephen Rachel Billy Mary Douglas Jean Guttu Harrell Harris Hawks Helmkamp Hepner 56 Mike Herrin Anna Hewitt Tommy Hewitt Martin Hill Allen Holloman Clara Holloman Phyllis Holloman Joey Horton Betty Howerton Robbie Jernigan Carle tte Jones Carter Jones James Jones Rose Jones Patrica Jordon Richard Joyner Phyllis Kirkland Brenda Lassiter Peggy Lewis Jimmy Liverman Angela Lucus Barbara Miller Billy Mizelle Nancy Minton Shirley Morris Charles Newsome Lou Newsome Jerry Newsome Patrica Newsome Brenda Nichols Judy Northcott Bill Nowell Melvyn Odom David Overton John Overton Royce Overton Sidney Kathryn Robbie Wiley Pat Malinda Overton Outlaw Parker Parker Parvin Pearce Bennett Beth Lonnie Micheal Betsy Wilma Peele Pierce Pierce Pierce Pittman Rawls Jack Ray Larry Rhoads Steve Roberson Carolyn Robertson Pauline Robinson Vicki Rogers Sam Rueb Marilyn Shue Betty Slaughter Dal e Smith Donna Smith Dan Spivey Pete Pasty Gene Taylor Taylor Trevathan Reggie Loretta George White Wiggins Williams Larry Kay Linda Umphlette Vaughan Vinson Charles Allen Jennifer Whitaker W illiford Wynn ifTrm V. Askew, K. Baker, M. Baugham, R. Bracy, J. Bridges, L. Calamine. J. Castello, D. Chamblee, S. Chanoine, T. Doughtie, M. Earley, D. Faulkner. M. Ferro, T. Fornes, C. Har¬ rell, C. Jenkins, T. Joyner, S. Lewis. T. Miller, M. Mustain, R. Myers, B. Overton, V. Parker, J. Perry. S. Smith, G. Sullivan, E. Sumner, L. Sumner, R. Sum¬ ner, A. Thomas. T. Tinkham, R. Wallace, J. Williams, J. Williford, K. Wright. W. Alexander, M. Alston, W. Ayers, R. Baggett, W. Baggett, J. Bailey. J. Baker, N. Baker, P. Barnes, J. Bass, D. Bazemore, J. Beale. 60 B. Beard, J. Belch, E. Best, K. Brantley, G. Brickhouse, E. Brittenham. M. Brown, S. Bryant, H. Bur¬ kett, R. Byrum, W. Byrum, C. Callis. J. Casper, W. Casper, B. Davenport, G. Davidson, A. Dilday, J. Early. R. Cowan, S. Cowan, B. Cas- tello, J. Chamblee, R. Coggins, W. Conner. J. Eure, R. Everett, S. Foy, D. Frank, T. Fuller, K. Hall. E. Hamrick, J. Harrell, W. Harrell, W. Harris, J. Heath, J. Helmkamp. C. Herring, S. Hill, B. Hog- gard, J. Holloman, J. Hollo¬ man, C. Holloway. B. Howard, C. Hughes, E. Jernigan, M. Jernigan, E. John¬ son, B. Jolley. B. Jones, R. Joyner, B. Kim¬ ball, T. Langley, G. Lassiter, V. Lassiter. J. Leatherwood, C. Magette, K. Martin, J. McIntosh, K. McKim, T. Miller. L. Mitchell, C. Mizelle, P. Mizelle, G. Morris, L. Mulder, G. Murphy. J. Muse, R. Outland, A. Over- ton, L. Overton, R. Overton, T. Overton. N. Parker, L. Parkin, M. Pearce, M. Peede, D. Perry, R. Perry. A. Phelps, S. Pierce, D. Pitt¬ man, K. Poplin, G. Purvis, G. Parker. C. Riddick, F. Rowe, S. Sharp, K. Simons, J. Smolen, M. Sny¬ der J. Taylor, J. Terrell, M. Thomas, W. Thompson, J. Vann, N. Vaughan. J. Ward, L. Warren, R. Whaley, W. Willoughby. CjldIrv C. Allen, R. Askew, L. Baker, S. Barnes, W. Barnes, D. Be- langa. W. Benton, K. Blanchard, J. Blowe, S. Blumenthal, B. Brinkley, G. Britton. 62 D. Bracy, J. Bracy, R. Byrum, B. Callis, S. Casper, S. Castel- lo. J. Clark, A. Cook, J. Conner, B. Daniels, J. Dilday, D. Dil- day. M. Doughtie, D. Earley, W. Earley, W. Edwards, J. Ellis, J. Farmer. J. Fuller, J. Fuller, E. Ferro, P. Futrell, C. Gibson, D. Godwin. P. Godwin, T. Greens, H. Harmon, J. Hamrick, G. Har¬ ris, S. Hepner. T. Herrin, J. Hewitt, J. Hog- gard, J. Holloman, J. Hollo¬ man, B. Jarrett. G. Jernigan, R. Jernigan, B. Jolley, F. Joyner, K. Jones, T. Johnson. F. Joyner, G. Keel, W. King, B. Knight, P. Lassiter, W. Las¬ siter. R. Lewis, C. Liverman, T. May, L. Merritt, C. Miller, G. Mitchell. J. Mitchell, J. Mizelle, J. Morris, L. Morris, E. Mulder, P. Morris. W. McGraw, S. McSwain, P. Newburn, B. Newsome, J. New- some, L. Nichols. T. Nichols, B. Outland, G. Overton, B. Parker, G. Parker, S. Parker. V. Parker, F. Peede, J. Perry, D. Phelps, W. Piland, J. Pop¬ lin. R. Ray, G. Rhodes, S. Riddick, M. Rose, L. Roundy, R. Rowe. B. Sawyer, C. Schubart, A. Slaughter, M. Staples, S. Sulli¬ van, S. Sumner. J. Tayloe, S. Taylor, J. Treva- than, M. Tucker, L. Turner, C. Umphlette. S. Vaughan, D. Vierson, D. Waters, G. Waters, G. White, B. White. B. White, A. Wiggins, R. Wil¬ kins, J. Williams, M. Williams, A. Wynns. 64 The spirit of our school - What could take its place? For us students, All is not work; all is not play. We have fun with more than our books . . . Pep rallies, ballgames, Special projects . . . All a big part Of Ahoskie High School. 65 Stackwi CouaciC This organization, serving as a link be¬ tween faculty and students, participates in many and varied activities of extra-curricu¬ lar type, and performs on numerous occa¬ sions for the bettermept and general enrich¬ ment of our high school life, MRS. HARRY SAMS, Adviser Libby Jones - Correspondence Secretary; Benny Edwards - Vice President; Louise Taylor, Secretary; David Feher, Chaplain. Johnna Everett, President FIRST ROW - B. Miller, P. Kirkland, D. Garrett, L. Dilday, A. Joyner, D. Adams, B. Brown, B. Boyette, M. Dil- day. SECOND ROW - D. Rountree, B. Pittman, B. Horton, S. Overton, D. Overton, R. Riddick, T. Barnes, S. Hol¬ loman. THIRD ROW - E. Doughtie, S. Frank, N. Vaughn, C. Vaughn, D. Brown, T. Bridgers, B. Boone, K. Cha- noine, T. Lowe. FOURTH ROW - P. Sharp, J. Riddick, T. Jordan, R. Miller, J. Holloman, W. Sumner, L. Free¬ man, G. Overman. Betct Club This national honorary society empha¬ sizes leadership, character, and achieve¬ ment among its membership which is made up of students having a minimum scholas¬ tic average of 90. Nancy Sessoms, Treasurer; Bobby Tayloe, Vice-President; Linda Gray, Secretary. MRS. R. P. MARTIN, Adviser BETTY JANE BROWN, President FRONT ROW - L. Mitchell, G. Cowan, S. Taylor, D. Wright, S. Lassiter, O. Burkett, B. Boyette. SECOND ROW - C. Whitley, G. Baker, S. Frank, E. Peele, B. Moore, G. Purvis, A. Britton, E. Doughtie. THIRD ROW - C. Shue, D. Rountree, B. Baggett, J. Everett, B. Edwards, J. Hora. FOURTH ROW - R. Fuller, J. Riddick, E. Callis, P. Smolen, L. Fre eman, D. Anderson. Sponsors The Chfe Nancy Sessoms, Editor Johnna Everett, Assistant Editor Junior Editors; Audrey Britton, Benny Edwards Photographers; Wesley Sumner, Marty Willoughby Mrs. Deanes Brett Miss Mary Lou Parker Mr. Richard Rogers B tty Boyette, Business Manager Sports Editors; Pete Smolen, Brenda Earley 68 CLASSES - Ann Peterson, Sharon Taylor, Deanna Harmon, Clara Reilly, Bill Bradshaw. ACTIVITIES - Sue Felton, Betty Jane Brown, Robert Miller, Gail Purvis, Evans Callis. The production of a yearbook is a valuable and vital part of our school life, offering as it does a pictoral record and detailed account of the principal events of the year which it represents. Such a compi¬ lation often requires concentrated effort to meet appointed deadlines. ART - Jerry Beale, Doug Wright, Mike Parker, Gregory Stanley, David Feher. ADVERTISEMENTS - Gail Cowan, Shirley Wiggins, Linda Fornes, Betty Joyce Mizelle. FACULTY - Lou Futrell, Sallie Ann Lee, Charles Freeman, Anita Joyner, Pat Kin- law. 69 P(HjlP W(HjlP JOANNE COGNAC Editor This publication promotes and fosters an interest in journal¬ ism and serves as a medium of in¬ formation regarding the life and work of our school days, as we work or play. Our school news¬ paper has won many journalistic awards in its field. LARRY FREEMAN, Assistant Editor ADVISERS Mrs. Tommy Mitchell, Mrs. Allan Powell REPORTERS - Kenneth Terry, Tanya Taylor, Cynthia Vaughan, Charlotte Hoggard, Susan Bridges, Doug Wright, Betty Moore, Sandy Frank, Elaine Doughtie, Diane Jones, Harold McCoy, Evans Callis, Diane Beale. 70 PHOTOGRAPHERS - David Anderson, Joanne Cognac, Wesley Sumner, Pete Smolen. SPORTS - Bill Bradshaw, Wesley Sumner, Audrey Britton. ADVERTISEMENTS - Betty Jane Brown, Linda Fornes. CIRCULATION - Sharon Taylor, Betty Joyce Mizelle. 71 Pij UAJb ofj ' AlnmtoOu BRENDA EARLY, President Members of this club study problems of home-making and the building of a better America through better home life. MRS. JULIAN FREEMAN Sponsor Deanna Harmon, V. Pres.; Carolyn Mitchell, Second V. Pres.; Evelyn Peele, Secretary; Shirley Lassiter, Treasurer; Cynthia Joyner, Historian; Ann Crawford, Pianist; Cynthia Vaughan, Song Leader; Lois Bracy, Reporter. FIRST ROW - B. Joyner, C. Roberts, B. Sumner, G. Whedbee, B. Doughtie, A. Lucas, L. Vann, B. Pierce, B. Slaughter, C. Jones. SECOND ROW - B. Baggett, C. Piland, D. Beale, P. Askew, E. Moore, P. Vann, S. Out¬ law, C. Overton, L. Dilday, L. Boone, L. Baughan. THIRD ROW - J. Harrell, J. Earley, P. Lewis, P. Under¬ wood, J. Hepner, P. Brady, J. Chamblee, T. Calemine, N. Liverman. FOURTH ROW - B. Askew, S. Lee, K. Vaughan, D. Parker, J. Jernigan, J. Edwards, S. Barnes, P. Taylor, A. Raefield, M. Shue. F ukuM 0 fyAMAiCfr EDWARD LASSITER, President This organization, made up of boys who are engaged in the study of agriculture, " learns to do by doing " the many practical, worthwhile things which make tilling the soil the basic in¬ dustry of our nation. They are taught hand crafts, the use of tools and machines and many allied skills necessary for successful future farm¬ ing. MR. LANSING PEACOCK, Sponsor Ray Burkett - V. Pres., Dwight Blowe, Sec. ; Robert Davidson, Treas.; Leon West, Reporter. FIRST ROW - Overton, Freeman, Lassiter, Charles, Taylor, Burbage, Allan, Britton, Bell, Peele, Liverman, Brick- house. SECOND ROW - Allen, Payne, Dunlow, Askew, Rawls, Reub, Piland, Askew, Davis, Slaughter, Whitaker. THIRD ROW - Harris, Mullen, Hodges, Overton, Lassiter, Vick, Wiggins, Holloman, Ayers. FOURTH ROW - Over- ton, Jones, Ayers, Rogerson, Holloman, Vinson, Godwin, Furdle, Fairless, Gardner. QQjq 00ub FIRST ROW - M. Brickhouse, B. Charles, G. Daniels, J. Parker, B. Lassiter, V. Rogers, J. Bass, P. Farmer, SECOND ROW - B. Nowell, C. Freeman, R. Rawls, P. Bass, D. Nichols, B. Barnes, J. Casper. THIRD ROW - S. Overton, J. Futrell, H. Francis, T. Lowe, W. Evans, S. Lee, L. Fornes, P. Heath. Phylis Farmer - Secretary; Linda Mitchell and Billy Charles - Co-President. This club offers students a fine opportunity to develop vocal talent and to participate in excellent performances featuring programs of song and choric interpretation. Mrs. Michael Keziah, Director 74 Disfozbufcwe Bducattiw Club r.- ■ Distributive Education Clubs of America is an organization set up on a local, state, and national level to provide incentive and rec¬ ognition for marketing and distribu¬ tive education students, thus help¬ ing to develop future leaders for marketing and distribution. ROW 1 - Wommack, Whitehead, Parker, Lewis, Connor, Eure; 2 - Hddges, Hurdle, Baughn, Benton, Davidson, West, Davis; 3 - Mize lie, Robinson, Bur¬ gess, Jones, Morris, Lassiter, Askew. OFFICERS - Paul Rogerson, Sergeant-at-arms; Billy Charles, Historian; Gloria Vinson, Secretary - Treasurer; Becky Jo Hill, Vice-President; Peggy Wommack, Associate President. MR. BRENDA EARLEY - President DAVID TUCKER Advisor A W.S. U ' tclimcj B gmAj BILL BOONE - KNEELING - Clara Reilly, Drum Majorette; Linda Fornes, Head Majorette; STANDING - Anita Joyner, Personnel Lieutenant; Betty Jane Brown, Uniform Lieu¬ tenant; Celvin Liverman, Maintenance Lieutenant; Betty Boyette, Librarian. Uojtweffes MR. RICHARD ROGERS Sponsor CAROLYN MITCHELL LINDA MONTIF. SHIRLEY WIGGINS DIANNE GARRETT SALLY ANN LEE Chief PEGGY LOU HEATH LOU FUTRELL GYPSIE WILROY CYNTHIA LUCAS OLIVIA BURKETT PAM VANN Upon this group devolves the duty of planning and organizing various athletic events and attractions to coordinate with other events on the school calendar. MR. ALBERT VAUGHAN Sponsor ROBERT MILLER - President BRENDA EARLEY - V fcStiy Cfub Secretary-Treasurer PETE SMOLEN - Vice-President ROW 1 - Tayloe, Heath, Wiggins, Burkett, Britton, Kinlaw, Eure, Wilroy, Willoughby; 2 - Chanoine, Mitchell, Vann, Lee, Everett, Wilroy, Futrell, Anderson, Overman; 3 - Lassiter, Winborne, Daniels, Bridgers, Francis, Stan ley, Hall, Brown, Beale; 4 - Cornette, Bradshaw, Sharp, Riddick, Tayloe, Williams, Everett, Charles, Rawls. 79 1964 fuctfaftS FIRST ROW - B. Tayloe, P. Smolen, J. Beale, H. Francis, R. Miller, M. Willoughby, J. Williams, D. Everett, J. Riddick, P. Sharp, G. Stanley. SECOND ROW - M. Herring, B. Ward, J. Capps, R. Fuller, G. Overman, L. Lassiter, B. Mulder, K. Rawls, B. Charles, J. Hall, D. Anderson, J. Futrell, C. Freeman. THIRD ROW - J. Lassiter, B. Bradshaw, H. Vick, L. Cornette, J. Williford, D. Brown, E. Hall, J. Holloman, W. Winborne, J. Harrell, L. Futrell. 1964 RECORD AHS 0 Greenville 7 AHS 33 Gates Co. 7 AHS 7 Hertford 6 AHS 6 Plymouth 16 AHS 52 Northampton Co. 0 AHS 14 Scotland Neck 0 AHS 34 Bertie Co. 0 AHS 7 Edenton 25 AHS 6 Williamston 0 AHS 33 Spring Hope 0 80 Indians at work as night descends. JULIAN FREEMAN, Head Coach ALBERT VAUGHAN, Assistant Coach A football team is a precision machine. Its members must be well informed on the many aspects of the game. This is the coach ' s job. The 7-3 record compiled by the Indians in 1964 was a result of the superb coaching of Mr. Freeman and Mr. Vaughan. The squad of 64 will not soon forget the knowledge gained from these two men. Left to Right - Dennis Everett, Honorable Mention; Bobby Tayloe, Second Team; John Williams, First Team; Jerry Beale, Honorable Mention; Pete Smolen, First Team; Paul Sharp, Honorable Mention. GREGORY STANLEY, Halfback BILL BRADSHAW, Guard ED HALL, Fullback 1964 Jerry Beale throws a crucial block as Bobby Tayloe streaks down the sideline in the Hertford game. 82 ROBERT MILLER, Center MARTY WILLOUGHBY, Guard CHARLES FREEMAN, Manager JERRY BEALE, Tackle AftStir ft ■ ' 4 » 3 £ - WINDY WEMBORNE, End BILLY CHARLES, End JOHN WILLIAMS, Tackle PETE SMOLEN, En 83 O tSu T w FIRST ROW - Pete Smolen, Jerry Beale, H. C. Francis, Robert Miller, Marty Willoughby, John Williams, Dennis Everett, BACK - Bobby Tayloe, Paul Sharp, Ed Hall, Greg Stanley. Dennis Everett snags a T. D. pass as several Edenton play¬ ers stand by helplessly. Larry Lassiter drives for needed short yardage against Edenton. Gregory Stanley streaks toward pay dirt against Bertie. 84 Larry Lassiter gets set to block for Bobby Tayloe in the Scotland Neck game. tu T Uii Jimmy Capps, Paul Sharp, Robert Miller, Jimmy Riddick, Ed Hall, Marty Willoughby, John Williams, Bobby Tayloe, Jerry Beale, Billy Charles, Pete Smolen. John Williams, Ed Hall, and Billy Charles stop a Bertie Player dead in his tracks. Billy Charles and H. C. Francis give this Gates County Ram his hands full. Paul Sharp and Ed Hall converge on a runner in the Bertie game as Robert Miller stands ready to help. A player is pulled down by Pete Smolen as two others wait to assist. 85 Co-captains Brenda Early and Johnna Everett with Coach Freeman. Maidens in a huddle discussing their plans. 86 Outside - N. Minton, p. Robinson, J. Smolen, J. Wynns, L. Miller, D. Brown, N. Vaughn, D. Roun¬ tree, P. Dilday, L. Jones, S. Anderson, P. Taylor, B. Howerton, B. Miller, D. Pittman, A. Britton. Middle - G. Purvis, L. Mitchell, J. Everett, B. Early, P. Kinlaw. 1964-65 BASKETBALL SEASON With the present record of six wins and nine losses, we feel our season has not been what it should have. Defensively, this ball club is as good as any other in the conference, but we have had our troubles offensively. These girls have a great deal of determina¬ tion and " stickability. " Because of these assets, I feel we will be ready to make a good showing in the future. Coach Freeman Assistant Coach, Mr. Richard Murray with Head Coach Mr. Julian P. Free¬ man 87 BRENDA EARLY Guard JOHNNA EVERETT Forward AUDREY BRITTON Forward LINDA MITCHELL Forward 88 DIANE ROUNTREE Forw ard PAT KINLAW Forward JULIAN P. FREEMAN Coach GAIL PURVIS Guard 89 YiJ Mitchell sinks a long shot. Kinlaw on a rampage. Ba keibatl ' 65 Left to right - Robert Miller, Fred Wiggins, Jimmy Riddick, Bobby Tayloe, Joe Holloman, David Feher, Coach Albert Vaughan, David Anderson, Tony Bridges, Pete Smolen, Rodney Bouldin, Paul Sharp, John Williams, Dennis Everett. DAVID ANDERSON GUARD CO-CAPTAINS JOHN WILLIAMS CENTER 91 DENNIS EVERETT FORWARD PAUL SHARP FORWARD JIMMY RIDDICK GUARD JOE HOLLOMAN GUARD RODNEY BOULDIN GUARD TONY BRIDGES GUARD ROBERT MILLER CENTER FRED WIGGINS CENTER DAVID FEHER FORWARD PETE SMOLEN GUARD BOBBY TAYLOE FORWARD David Anderson drives in for a layup against Pasquo¬ tank as Dennis waits for a possible rebound. David Anderson flips in an easy two pointer in the Gaston game. John Williams takes a shot over the head of a Gas¬ ton player. 94 Who could forget the 1964 Junior-Senior Prom? These few pictures may serve to recall that long-awaited night. 95 u O ' tW to to to tov v tv 9 0 vu to to tv Each year our student body selects by secret ballot a Sen¬ ior girl who by her charm, beauty, and grace is worthy to represent our school at the an¬ nual Homecoming game. This is an honor much prized by any girl to whom it is accorded. ANITA JOYNER 96 SHIRLEY WIGGINS SUE FELTON ANN MITCHELL LINDA FORNES 97 DIANNE GARRETT CYNTHIA VAUGHAN BECKY BAGGETT LOU FUTRELL 98 Bus Duu£ is Standing - W. Barmer, G. Overton, R. Mullens, C. Liverman, H. Burgess, J. Benton, T. Lowe, B. Gardner, In bus - L. Johnson, N. Pierce, L. Mitchell, S. Lassiter, G. Godwin, T. Peede, C. Hoggard, S. Mitchell. PcJbuJl Boys D. Earley, C. Hughes, P. Parvin, Mr. Tommie Mitchell, G. Purvis, R. Whaley, J. Eure, G. Murphy. 99 Calet ito Woxk tS FIRST ROW - Mrs. Eugene Allsbrook, Mrs. Jake Perry, Mrs. Robert Mitchell. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Mack MacSwain, Mrs. Calton Edwards, Mrs. Robert Beale. J CuufylS SEATED AROUND TABLE - LeRoy Askew, Jesse Lee Bishop, Cobey Eley, Ethel Newsome. 101 " Clothes for the entire family " BELK-TYLERS " Fill ' er up " at FELTON ' S ESSO Winton, N. C. " Best of Luck " BOYETTE AND ROBERSON AGENCY Main Street Ahoskie, N..C. If in Doubt -- Buy Flowers for All Occasions from AHOSKIE FLORAL GARDENS COOKE MOTOR COMPANY " See Colonel R. G. Cooke for the best deals in town " " Have a hamburger with dessert at TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVE-IN Aulander, N. C. Compliments DEWEY WHITE TEXACO c 8c , 1 Take Your Radios and TV to AHOSKIE TV AND RADIO CENTER Ctff BAKER’S SUPERMARKET AHOSKIE DEPARTMENT STORE Clothes for the Entire Family RUSSELL HOLME ' S Visit Our New Enlarged Store Suffolk, Va. " Congratulations F rom ASKEW ' S 66 LET US HELP I f FARMER’S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Ahoskie, N. C. HERTFORD COUNTY SAVINGS LOAN Compliments of STANDARD CHEVROLET COMPANY Visit ROANOKE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Ahoskie, N. C. Ahoskie, N. C. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK Best Wishes From " The Place for Your Money " BEALE’S REFRIGERATION SERVICE Ahoskie, N. C. Ahoskie, N. C. WHOLESALE TIRE CO. Ahoskie, N. C. OVERFLOW STATION FARMER’S HARDWARE For Top Quality House-wares in Every Department Compliments of BROWN ' S TRANSFER Ahoskie, N. C. Powellsville, N. C. Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 JONES, JONES, JONES COASTAL FINANCE CORPORATION Financing and Refinancing Auto and Truck Loans Phone- 332-3183 W. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. SERVICE BARBER SHOP Railroad Street Ahoskie, N. C. AHOSKIE HARDWARE Your Local Frigidaire Dealer Headquarters for Mercury - Rambler Truly Dependable Automobiles LOWE ' S TEXACO " You can always trust your car to the man who wears the star " FREEMAN LUMBER COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Harrellsville, N. C. BALLARD AND SMITH, INC. Suffolk, Va. GARRETT ' S SHOES, INC. 229 East Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. Fine Shoes for Men and Women DRUGGIST BOONE’S PHARMACY Ahoskie, N. C. BANK OF HARRELLSVILLE M. D. BROWN TIRES--Recapping, Retreading, and Repairing AHOSKIE TIRE SERVICE For the BEST in FOOD and SERVICE Head for TEE PEE RESTAURANT Ahoskie, North Carolina 332-33 " Best Wishes " HALL CAFE Main Street in Ahoskie Get your school supplies early at OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY for your Radios and TV Congratulations to the Seniors DR. W. H. WYNNS Powellsville, N. C. Gas Up at C. B. JONES " Your best bet for service " 12 Ahoskie Catering to parties in our new dining room " Compliments of " PORTSMOUTH MUSIC COMPANY 1803 High Street Portsmouth, Va. " May Your Future Be Successful " FASHION SHOE STORE Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. " For Those Who Think Young " Drink Pepsi McPherson BOTTLING COMPANY For the Finest In Up-to-Date Clothing YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP Suffolk, Va. " Best Wishes to Class of 1 65 " MINTON ' S CLEANERS I. O. HILL AND COMPANY VEPCO " For All Your Pharmaceutical Needs " 332-3776 332-3277 Ahoskie Suffolk, Va. CAPPS AND COPELAND’S DRUG STORES THORTON FURNITURE COMPANY F urnitur e and Appliances 332-3359 10 1 E . Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. ' INSURE YOUR FUTURE WITH US " GREENE INSURANCE AGENCY 325 West Main Street Ahoskie, North Carolina Do Your Grocery Shopping at L. L. GROCERY " Happy Motoring With ESSO ' Stop at ADAMS ' ESSO £sso • (All Prompt Service Expert Craftsmanship at SESSOMS BROTHERS The " Best " Groceries at FRANK DUNN ' S GROCERY Union, N. C. Fine Food and Quick Service FRANCIS BARBECUE Acadamy Street Ahoskie, N. C. ' Insure YOUR Family With Us. LIBERTY W MUTUAL POWELL’S MUTUAL INSURANCE Memorial Drive Ahoskie MODLIN ' S CORNER Market and Grocery Complete Electric Motor Service ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE COMPANY Ahoskie, North Carolina 925 East Memorial Dr. Ahoskie, N. C. Day Ph. 332-4364 Night Ph. 332-4323 " Congratulations " F rom SHARP ' S CABINET SHOP Ahoskie, North Carolina Mechanical Contractors WHITE AND WOODLEY Memorial Drive Ahoskie, N. C. GARRETT ' S JEWELRY STORE Watches, Rings, China Main Street Ahoskie, N. " Best of Everything " Dependable Service C. H. AND V. EQUIPMENT COMPANY B. AND H. GARAGE ROANOKE CHOWAN GAS SALES, INC. T elephone 3191 Murfreesboro, North Carolina " For All Your Pharmaceutical Needs ' Visit MURFREESBORO PHARMACY C. W. BEASLEY OIL COMPANY " Complete Bottle and LP Gas Service " Phone 241-1 Colerain, N. C. " Congratulations " F rom CHARLES L. REVELLE SONS Murfreesboro, N. C. Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 AHOSKIE SHOE REPAIR CHOANOKE MOTORS Aulander, N. C. STANDARD ’ OIL U Dealer NORTHEASTERN OIL COMPANY Murfreesboro, N. C. For Good Food Try the TOMAHAWK RESTAURANT AND DRIVE-IN For the Latest Fashions Visit FELDS BANK OF AHOSKIE Insure Your Future With a Savings Account at Our Bank BRINKLEY MOTORS AHOSKIE BEAUTY SHOP Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Mitchell Street Ahoskie, N. C. " Enjoy a hamburger and a coke with the gang. " at Ahoskie, North Carolina ESKIMO DRIVE-IN " You ' ll find a complete line of Ford tractors and implements at I I MAOLA MILK AND ICE CREAM COMPANY " Prompt and Efficient Delivery Service " B M TRACTOR COMPANY —— One of Roanoke Chowan ' s Growing Industries CAROLINA ALUMINUM BASNIGHT TOBACCO WAREHOUSES Owned and Operated by Lyman Wilkins Lyman Wilkins Jr. Harold Veazey Herbert Jenkins For the Tops in Pops Visit SAM ' S RECORD SHOP SUBURBAN PROPANE 404 Maple Street Ahoskie, N. C. LP Distributors " Best Wishes " for WINTON DRY CLEANERS " the best cleaning anywhere " Eastern North Carolina W. H. BASNIGHT AND COMPANY Featuring MAGEE Carpeting Church Street Ahoskie, N. C. W. MAIN STREET AHOSKIE, N. C. “JOHN’S” suits the best people HOLLOMAN BARBER SHOP Powellsville, North Carolina Compliments of CARTER ' S GROCERY Powellsville, North Carolina The Place for Your Money Is the BANK OF COLERAINE Colerain, N. C. KENNY ' S CLOVER FARM Colerain, N. C. " Best Wishes " HUGHES ' MARKET Colerain, North Carolina AULANDER PHARMACY " Service With a Smile " Aulander, North Carolina BAKER’S SUPERMARKET Aulander Highway MITCHELL ' S ESSO " Gas for Less " Aulander, North Carolina For " Happy Motoring " Stop at AULANDER TEXACO Aulander, N. C. AULANDER FURNITURE " For Comfort " Aulander, North Carolina Quality Groceries at BROWN BLINK Powellsville, North Carolina MERVIN’S MARKET A Complete Line of Fresh Meats APPLIANCES Stop at Our Store for All Your MACK’S SPORTS LAND For the Vi sit WHEDBEE-BRITTON HARDWARE Finest in Sporting Needs £sso PIAIIB BRITTON’S ESSO SERVICE Poll- ' SH Sf s For Roys and Girls rro ' l ' HAYES-MILLER " Your Poll-Parrot Dealer " MARSHALL HUGHES FURNITURE GALLERIES Ahoskie, N. C. " We have enjoyed serving the Roanoke Chowan Section. " DISTRIBUTOR OF ESSO PRODUCTS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. G. H. WADSWORTH DR. R. A. ANDERSON DR. J. L. DARDEN DR. E. T. VISER DR. A. Y. EAGLES DR. J. L. FRANK JR. DR. J. B. RUFFIN DR. J. G. MATHESON DR. J. B. BROWN DR. O. W. PITTMAN DR. T. E. LEARY DR. A. W. PARKER DR. E. R. FERRO America ' s Finest Car at CHARLES H. JENKINS CO. Railroad Street Ahoskie, N. C. Complete Line of General Motors Products Dependable Garage Service ' Your friendly Texaco dealer ' POWELL’S TEXACO Acadamy Street Ahoskie Nationwide Insurance Life - Fire - Casualty - Automobile NATIONWIDE INSURANCE AGENCY Ahoskie, N. C. " Congratulations, Graduates " F rom WILLOUGHBY FISH AND PRODUCE COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Get with the Crowd Go to GOOD|| FOOD WALKER DRUG COMPANY Your Walgreen Agency in the Roanoke Chowan Area " It pleases us to please you " COLONIAL REALTY COMPANY LET US DO YOUR WORRYING Insure With BRYANT ' S INSURANCE AGENCY Sunset Street Ahoskie, N, C. AHOSKIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY 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. 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