Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

 - Class of 1966

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1966 CHIEF Volume XVIII hoskie High School Ahoskie, North Carolina FOREWORD AHS ... A MAJORITY AS ONE ne school. . . one student body . . . yet composed of individuals . . . individuals unique and original, each possessing his own distinctive characteristics . . . individuals expressing various thoughts . . . individuals achieving various honors . . . AHS ... An organization of individuals . . . yet a harmony of purpose... To see ... to acquire ... to learn . . . to prepare ourselves for the role of adulthood. . . AHS ... A time and place ... a school of many . . . but one school . . . Sports, Clubs, Curriculum . . . study, talk, and laughter . . . work and play and activity . . . the daily life of the campus . . . individuals together in spirit. CONTENTS DEDICATION To Mr. Lansing Peacock we proudly dedicate this, the 1966 edi¬ tion of “The Chief,” with sincere ap¬ preciation for his faithful service to our school for so many years. For in his quiet and unassuming way he has touched the lives of many students of Ahoskie High School. Mr. Lansing Peacock man ADMINISTRATION 5 MR. RUSSELL P. MARTIN Superintendent of Hertford County Schools 6 MR. WALLACE T. GRAY Chairman of School Board ? ' • ' ji ? i-py % . ilfr . ,W r wf ' 4 I : ■■ j S i MR. JACK YOUNG Principal Secretaries - MRS. W. G. BARNES and BECKY JO HILL 7 MR. VERNON G. BAKER Physical Education, Gen¬ eral Science, General Math; Campbell College, ECC, B.S.-M.A. MRS. DEANES BRETT English III, Geography; Wake Forest College, B.S. Mrs. Sessoms always has time to help a student work out a hard Algebra problem. MR. LOUIS E. DAILEY 6 Algebra I, II, American History; Campbell College, Franklin College, Univer¬ sity of Iowa, A.B.-M.A. MR. JULIAN PITTMAN FREEMAN Geometry, Math, Analy¬ sis, Trigonometry; Camp¬ bell College, ACC, A. B. MRS. ORRINF. HARREL Biology, Health; Long- wood College, UNC, ECC, B.S. MRS. JULIAN P. FREEMAN Home Economics I,II; Radford College of V. P. I., B.S. MRS. CHARLES W. HUGHES Guidance Counselor; UNC-G, ECC. A. B. MRS. BILL TAYLOR Shorthand, Typing; East Carolina College, A.B. MR. DAVID J. TUCKER Marketing; East Carolina College, B.S.; Business Education MR. MICHEAL KEZIAH Instrumental Music; East Carolina College, B.S. MRS. WILLIAM M. LEARY English II; Georgetown College, B.A. MR. WILLIAM E. LEARY Business Math, Business Law, Business Economics, Bookkeeping; UNC, George¬ town College, B.S.-M.A. MRS. RUSSELL P. MARTIN French; ECC, Wake Forest, A.S.T.C. , A.B. MRS. VIRGIL McBRIDE English I, N.C. Wesleyan, B.A. MRS. TOMMY MITCHELL English IV, U.S. History, Journalism, Greensboro College, A.B. MR. RICHARD W. MURRAY Typing, World History, Physical Education, Chowan, Atlantic Christian, B.S. MISS EMMA RIDDICK PARKER Librarian, Chowan, A.B. w ■ paflf -,♦« 4 ■. ' i ' ll Would you explain that again, Mr. Freeman? MR. LANSING CARROLL PEACOCK Agriculture 1,2,3, 4, N.C. State University, B.S. MRS. ALLAN T. POWELL, JR. English, UNC at Greens¬ boro, A.B. MRS. HAROLD SESSOMS Algebra I, II, III, Greens¬ boro. MRS. HARRY R. SAMS MR. ALBERT LEE VAUGHAN U.S. and World History, Physical Education, Civics, East Carolina College A.B. Chowan College, East Car¬ olina College, B.S. MRS. WATSON H. WINBORNE Advanced Biology, General Biology, Family Life, Health, Chowan College, B.S. MRS. MARY R. AINSLEY 8th Grade, Chowan College, B. A. MRS. ELIZABETH C. TUCKER 7th Grade, ECC, B.S. MR. LEE O. WILSON 8th Grade, Campbell College, B.S. MRS. HELEN W. TYSON 8th Grade, ECC, B.S. MISS CHRISTINE BRETT Language Arts, Chowan, East Carolina, A.B, M.A. MRS. VIRGINIA E. EVETT 7th Grade, East Carolina College, B.S. MRS. MARGIE H. MINTON 8th Grade, Math, Health, Science, UNC, B.S. MR. THOMAS N. MITCHELL 8th Grade, English, His¬ tory, Spelling, Reading, ECC, B.S. MRS. KATHERINE D. SHACKELFORD 7t ' n Grade, Arithmetic, Science, UNC, A.B. Mrs. Hughes, I ' ve got problems me worry Now we know what a possum looks like Better late than never • ' • ’-.V b ;§ 1 i ■ $ •K ST ' i a ii ■ r t ii k ]| t ja l S i ILJIf i -« D 1 I Pow Wow staff in a stew! DAVID ROBERT ANDERSON Student Council 1,2; Football 1,2, 3, 4; All Conf. 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; MVP; All Conf. 3; Baseball 3,4; All Conf. 3; Track 2,3,4; All Conf. 3; Gov. School 3; NE Beta Club President; N. C. Beta Club President; Beta Club 3, 4; POW WOW 2.3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; V. P. 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Superlative, BEST-ALL-ROUND 4; Class Officer, Pres. 2. NORMAN ALFRED ASKEW FFA 1,2,3; DE Club 3, 4; Historian 4. REBECCA JEAN BAGGETT Annual Staff 4; Class Officer, Secretary 4; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Home¬ coming Queen 4; Band 1; Citizenship Award 2; Superlative, Prettiest Girl 4. KATHERINE LEIGH BAILEY FHA 1. LOUIS WESLEY BARMER FFA 1,2,4; DE Club 4; Bus Driver 3. GLADYS LA VERNE BAUGHAM FHA 3,4; Office Assistant 3; DE Club 4; DECA 4; Treasurer-Secretary FHA 4; Library Assistant 4. CAROLYN YVONNE BAZEMORE Basketball 1,2; Bus Driver 3, 4. DIANNE CAROL BEALE Student Council 1; JV Basketball 1,2; FHA 1,2, 3,4; Home Ec. Assistant 4; POW WOW 4,3; Circulation Mgr.; Band 1,2; Citizen¬ ship Award 1. 15 CLASS O JOAN CAROL BELL JAMES EURE BENTON FFA 1,2,3; DE Club 3,4; Bus Driver 3. RODNEY EDWARD BLAND Radio Club 1; School Fire Department 2,3, 4. OLIVER DWIGHT BLOWE Football 1,2; FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Secretary 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. LAWRENCE BLUMENT HAL Annual Staff , Photographer 4; Football 1; Track 3,4; Golf 4; POW WOW 4; Band 1, 2,3,4; All-State Band 3, 4; Drum Major 4; Photographer Club 3,4; Superlative, Most Talented 4; Varsity Club 4. RODNEY BLAKE BOULDIN Annual Staff 4; Basketball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3. ROBERT EARL BRAKE Baseball 3. GRANT TONEILL BRIDGERS, JR. " Tony " Student Council 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Bas¬ ketball 3; Baseball 1,2; Varsity Club 1,2; Citizenship Award 3; Homecoming Court Escort 2; Superlative, Best Personality 4. 16 AUDREY NANCY BRITTON Annual Staff 3,4; Jr. Co-Editor; Editor 4; Class Officer 3,4; Treasurer 3,4; Delegate to CSPA Con. 4; County Typing Contest 2; Beta Club 3,4; POW WOW 2,3; Band 1; Perfect Attendance 2; Citizenship Award 3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1,2, 3,4; Secretary 4; Senior Superlative, Best- All-Around 4. MARION DANIEL BROWN " Danny " Annual Staff 4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Basket¬ ball 1; Baseball 2,3,4; Golf 1,4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Superlative, Best Dressed 4. ELBERT JURDAN BURBAGE, JR. FFA 1, 2,3,4; DE Club 3; Bus Driver 3, 4. ALBERTA OLIVIA BURKETT Student Con. 1,4; Annual Staff, Ad Mgr. 4; Marshal 3; Class Sec.-Treas. 2; FHA 1, 2,4; Secretary 2; JV Cheerleader; Cheer¬ leader 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Band 1; Citizenship Award 2; Superlative, Most Likely to Succeed 4. RAY SINGLETON BURKETT Student Council 1,3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Citizenship Award 1; Vice President FFA 3; President 4; Superlative, Nicest Boy 4. MARY FRANCES CALLIS Student Council 4; Basketball 1,2; Citizen- -hip Award 3. JO-ANN ROBERTA CASPER Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4. JAMES DON COLLINS Band 1,2, 3,4; Editor R. L. Vann School Paper 2,3; NFA 1; Library Book Club- Vann, 3. 17 CLASS OF DEBRA LYNN CONNOR FHA 1; Delegate to DE Con. 3; Glee Club 2; DE Club 3; Library Assistant 4. LEWIS DAVIS DAVIS Class Officer 1; DE Club 3; Bus Driver 4, LINDA LOUISE DILDAY Assistant Mrs. Hughes 4; Mr. Tucker’s Assistant 3; Glee Club 2. MARTHA ELAINE DOUGHTIE Student Council 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Delegate to CSPA Con. 3; Beta Club 3, 4; POW WOW 3,4. JOHN BENJAMIN EDWARDS " Benny " Student Council 2, 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 2; Marshal 3; Class Officer, V. Pres. 1; Superlative, Most Likely to Succeed 4; Beta Club 3,4; Band 1,2; Stu¬ dent Council V. Pres. 3, President 4. MARY EVALYN EDWARDS " Lynn " Student Council 2; Basketball 1; FHA 1; Office Assistant 4; Beta Club 3,4; Band 1; Bus Driver 3,4. Mrs. Winborne tries to talk Mrs. Mitchell into sharing her lunch. Commander Britton speaks-- " Danny, when I say I want action-I want action! Wipe that smile off your face, H. C. ” 1966 ADA REBECCA EURE Annual Staff 4; Class Officer, Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 1,2,4; Beta Club 2, 3; Student Council 3. PHYLLIS ROGERSON FARMER Student Council 4; Basketball 1,2; FHA 1; Sec. of Glee Club 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Homecoming Court 4; and H. E. Assistant 4. JUDITH LORE LIE FINLEY FHA 1,2; Office Assistant 4; and Glee Club 2 and 4. CLEVELAND HENRY FRANCIS H. C. Football 1,2, 3, 4; Superlative, Best Dancer; Track 3,4; Homecoming Escort 1; Varsity Club 2,3,4; All Conference Football 4; All-East 4. SANDRA ELIZABETH FRANK Student Council 3; Annual Staff 4; J. V. Basketball 1,2; Marshal 3; Superlative, Best Personality; J. V. Cheerleader 1; Delegate to CSPA Con. 3; Beta Club 3,4; POW WOW 3,4; Glee Club 3; Homecoming Court 4; Majorette 3; Band 1, LARRY EUGENE FREEMAN Student Council 2,3,4; Marshal 3; Class Officer 3; Superlative, Most Intelligent 4; Delegate to CSPA Con. 4; Asst. Ed. POW WOW 3; Editor POW WOW 4; Beta Club Pres. 4; Beta Club 3,4; POW WOW 2,3,4; FFA l;Chaplain 4. JOHN BRYANT FUTRELL Football 1,2,3; FFA 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Bus Driver 4. SUSAN VESTER GODWIN Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1,2; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; Delegate to FHA Con. 1; Glee Club 4. 19 CLASS OF LINDA DARE GRAY Student Council 2; Annual Staff 4; Marshal 3; Superlative, Best Dressed 4; FHA 1,2, 3,4; Student Council Sec. 2; Sec. Beta Club 3,4; FHA President 4; Delegate to FHA Con. 1,3,4; Beta Club 3,4. LARRY WAYNE HOCKEMEYER Football 4, JOE EDWARD HARRELL FFA 1,2,3,4. VIRGINIA ROSE HARRELL FHA 2; Glee Club 1. THOMAS ALEC HAWKINS Student Council 2, 4; Football 1,2,3,4; All Conference 3; Track 2; FFA 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; FFA Secretary 3; FFA Treasurer 4; FFA Dele¬ gate to State Convention 1,4. DONALD RUDOLPH HILL Football 2, 3, 4; FFA 1,2,4; Varsity Club 3,4. ANITA GAIL HOLLOMAN DE Club 4. DANIEL THOMAS HOLLOMAN FFA 3,4; DE Club 4. 20 966 JOSEPH LOFTON HOLLOMAN Student Council 3; Football 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Class Officer 2; Varsity Club 3,4; Bus Driver Assistant 3,4. JOHNNY MICHAEL HORA Student Council 4; Baseball 3; Beta Club 3,4; Bus Driver 4; Citizenship Award 3. LINDA RAE HORTON Office Assistant 4; Library Assistant 4; DE Club 4. JERRY LEE JERNIGAN Basketball JV 1; FHA 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 4. MILLIE ELAINE JERNIGAN Basketball 1; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; JV Cheerleader 1,2; H. E. Assistant 4; FHA Song Leader 2; Glee Club 4. SHERRON JERNIGAN Student Council 2; Annual Staff 4; Superla¬ tive, Sweetest Girl 4; FHA 1,2; Delegate to FHA Con. 2; Majorette 2, Head 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Citizenship Award 2. MARGARET ALICE JONES CLARENCE RAY LASSITER FFA 1,2, 3, 4; DE Club 4. 21 CLASS OF JOSEPH ALLEN LASSITER Football Manager 1,2,3; DE Club 4; Varsity Club 2,3. HAROLD PAUL McCOY Student Council 4; Annual Staff, Ad Mgr. 4; Basketball 1,2; Class Officer, Vice President 3; Delegate to CSPA Con. 3; POW WOW 3,4; Band 1,2; Homecoming Escort 3,4; Senior Superlative, Most Popular 4. HILTON EARL MILLER Biology Laboratory Assistant 3,4. JAMES MICHEAL MILLER DE 3,4. FRANCIS LOUISE MITCHELL Glee Club 2; DE Club 4. BETTY JANE MOORE Student Coun. 2; Corres. Sec. 2; Basketball 1,2; Marshal 3; Class Secretary 1,3; FHA 1, 2,3,4; Treas. 1,2; Reporter 4; Delegate to CSPA Con. 3; Beta Club 3,4; POW WOW 3,4; Feature Editor 4; Homecoming Attend. 1; Citizenship Award 2; Superlative, Most Popular 4. PEGGY MARIE MORGAN Cheerleader 2, 3. BENJAMIN KYLE MORRIS 22 966 FRIEDA CORRINE MORRIS Glee Club 4. LINDA FAYE MORRIS FHA 1,2; JV Cheerleader 1. DELORES GAY NICHOLS Glee Club 2,3; DE Club 4, RHETTA EMILY O ' BRIANT Annual Staff 4; FHA 1; Office Assistant 4; Delegate to CSPA Con. 3; POW WOW 4. SANDRA KAY OUTLAW Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2,3,4. DIANE LOUISE PARKER FHA 1,2,3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Office Assist¬ ant 4; Varsity Club 2; FHA Historian 1; JV Cheerleader, Chief. EVELYN ANN PEELE Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2, 3,4; Secretary 3; 4-H Club 1; Beta Club 3, 4. CAROLYN JOYCE PIERCE Office Assistant 3,4. 23 JUDY GRAY PIERCE Annual Staff 4; FHA 1; Office Assistant 4. CAROLYN LEIGH PILAND Student Council 1; Superlative, Wittiest; FHA 1,2; Dramatics Club 3; Play 3; Bus Monitor 4, CLASS OF MARTHA ALICE RAYFIELD Annual Staff 4; FHA 3,4; DE Club 4; Drama Club 1; Y-Teens 1, JAMES THOMAS RIDDICK " Jimmy " Student Council 1, 3; Annual Staff 4; Foot¬ ball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Class Officer, Vice President 4; Best Looking Boy 4; All Conf, 3; Basketball Best Def. Player 3; Baseball Most Val, Player 3; Beta Club 3,4; Varsity Club 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Club President 4; Band 1,2,3, 4. RUTH CLAIR ROSE Delegate to DE Con, 3; Glee Club 2; DE Club 3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 3. RITA DIANE ROUNTREE Student Council 3; Annual Staff 4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3, 4; Marshal 3; Class Officer, Sec. 2, President 1; Superlative, Most Intelligent 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 4. JOYCE ANN SNYDER Art Editor of Annual Staff 4; Senior Super¬ lative, Most Talented; FHA 1; Delegate to CSPA Con. 3; Chapel Pianist 1,2; Dramatics 3; Play 3; POW WOW 4; Band 1,2; Hertford County Typing Contest 3. BECKY JO SUMNER FHA 1,3; Social Studies Award 3. 24 ROBERT MATTHEWS TAYLOE Student Council 1,4; Annual Staff 4; JV Football 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Basketball JV 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Marshal 3; Class Off. President 1,4; Superlative, Most Athletic 4; All Conf. Football 3, Baseball 3; Delegate to Youth Conf. on the Atom 4; Beta Club 3,4; Varsity Club 1,3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist 4. REBEKAH JANE TERRELL Office Assistant 4; Drama Club 3; Glee Club 4. ANNIE LA VERNE TERRY Annual Staff, Typing 4; FHA 1,2,3, 4; FHA Treasurer 4; DE Club President 4; H. E. Assistant 4; DE Club 4. LINDA ARLENE TODD PAMELA RUTH MARIA VANN Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,3; Cheerleader 2, 3,4; Dramatics 3; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; Band 1. HOWARD JR. VICK Football 1,3; Track 1,2; Wrestling 2,3; FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3. SUSAN WALKER VINSON Student Council 2; FHA 1,2; Library Assistant 3,4; Citizenship Award 1. EDWARD LEON WEST FFA 1,2,3, 4; Officer 3,4; DE Club 3. 25 The trophy case shows who is the best. FRED LAWSON WIGGINS Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Varsity Club 3; FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative, Wittiest 4. JUDITH ANN WIGGINS Student Council 4; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1, 2,4; Basketball 3; Cheerleader 1; Delegate to FHA Convention 1; Perfect Attendance 1,3; Glee Club 4. ELIZABETH IRENE WILLIAMS FFA 1; Glee Club 2. GYPSIE MAE WILROY Cheerleader 2,3,4; Head Cheerleader 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Candidate 4; Superlative, Best Dancer 4. MYRTLE LEGARE WILROY JV Basketball 1; Basketball Manager 1,2,3, 4; JV Cheerleader 1; Varsity Club 1,2, 3,4; Superlative, Most Athletic 4; Homecoming Attendant 2. PEGGY ELIZABETH WOMMACK FHA 1; Glee Club 2; DE Club 3; Associate President of DECA 3; Delegate to DECA Convention. 26 IN MEMORY Anne Dempsey 27 PRETTIEST GIRL BECKY BAGGET BEST LOOKING BOY JIMMY RIDDICK BEST ALL AROUND AUDREY BRITTON DAVID ANDERSON SUPERLATIVES BEST PERSONALITY TONY BRIDGERS SANDY FRAANK MOST INTELLIGENT LARRY FREEMAN DIANE ROUNDTREE NICEST BOY RAY BURKETT SWEETEST GIRL SHERRON JERNIGAN MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BENNY EDWARDS OLIVIA BURKETT MOST TALENTED LONNY BLUMENTHAL JOYCE SNYDER MOST ATHLETIC BOBBY TAYLOE LEG ARE WILROY BEST DRESSED DANNY BROWN LINDA GRAY MOST POPULAR HAROLD McCOY BETTY MOORE 32 Les students ne talk Phyllis, are you really selling an annual? 34 as le French Show us your form. Jack. Seniors finally got their class rings 35 Les students ne talk Phyllis, are you really selling an annual? 34 Seniors finally got their class rings 35 Curtis Allen Bobby Askew Edward Askew Rebecca Askew Bobby Baggett Jimmy Baggett Beverly Baker Debra Baker Ronnie Baker Ann Carter Barnes David Barneys SKIrley Barnes Tim Barnes Billy Blanchard Johnny Blanton Linda Boone Dicky Bracy Patsy Brady Susan Bridgers Connie Brown Doris Brown Nettie Brown Janice Burkett A1 Byrd 37 Jimmy Capps Gloria Chamblee Jean Chamblee Ann Crawford William Darden Lonnie Davis Lee Dempsey Lynn Dilday Steve Dilday Betty Doughtie Bobby Doughtie Ronald Dunn ■MR Joan Early Margaret Early Judi Edwards Larry Edwards Edward Evans Dennis Everett Annette Farmer Clint Farmer Erlene Felton Linwood Futrell Margaret Futrell Billy Gilliam Dan Godwin Tommy Godwin Troy Godwin Carlise Hall Janet Harrell John Harrell Masie Harrell John Helmkamp Jack Herring Ann Hill Mamie Holloman Brenda Horton Flip Humphrey Darlene James Jerri Johnson Seniors, Johnny Hora, Jimmy Riddick, Rodney Bland, and David Anderson work hard on a Physics experiment in the laboratory. Diane Jones Libby Jones Tim Jordan Cynthia Joyner Rebecca Joyner Diane Langdale Bobby Lassiter Karen Lassiter Brenda Leonhirth Cheneta Lassiter Nita Liverman Basketball takes up a lot of the Juniors’ time. Dennis Everett is shown shooting while Johnny Blanton (54) watches during practice. Juniors are shown checking their Algebra II outlines. The library Juniors. is a well known place to hardworking 0 Wesley Liverman Kenny Lowe Cynthia L ucas Brenda McGlohon Linda Miller Brenda Minton Gloria Mitchell Sharron Mitchell Linda Montie Deloys Moore Ellen Moore Martha Morris Billy Mulder Barbara Newsome Joyce Nichols Johnny Nowell Jane Outland Glenn Overman Cheryl Overton James Page Juanita Parker Linda Parker Keith Rawls 41 The hands of the future hard at work. Mrs. Martin ' s study hall doesn ' t have time to play. Margaret Rawls Virginia Reynolds Ronnie Riddick Ray Rowe David Ruffin Buddy Rumfelt Nathaniej Saunders Paul Sharp ' Rosa Shores Carol Slade James Slaughter Tommy Slaughter Janie Smolen Ann Snipes Kenny Terry Bobby Tayloe 42 Billy Taylor Kay Taylor Louise Taylor Mike Taylor Tanya Taylor Tommy Tucker Cynthia Vaughan Nelda Vaughan Eunice West Gail Whedbee James White Katherine Whitehead Miss Ahoskie Linda Wiggins Rudolph Williams Jimmy Williford June Willoughby 43 Our Junior-Senior Did you say boy? Margaret Rawls Virginia Reynolds Ronnie Riddick Ray Rowe David Ruffin Buddy Rumfelt launders Mr. Rabbit and « Xr Benjiet Brown Secretary-Treasurer: Debbie Brown Our Junior-Senior Did you say boy The y.; , Ws Dennis Lyman Sue William Patsy Dorothy Adams Allen Anderson Anderson Bass Barnes Monty Lynn Leroy Jerry Mary Barbara Brickhouse Bazemore Beamon Bell Boone Boyette Kathy Ann Perry Jeff Benjie Debbie Brett Brinkley Britt Brittin Brown Brown Gay Burden Clarence Cherry Vann Dilday Dicky Charles Virginia Clark Belinda Dunlowe Wayne Barbara Cheryl Chamlee Chanoine Chavis Jimmy Julie Kay Cotton Davis Deloatch Howard Randy Sandra Edwards Edwards Evans Cecil Cherry Patricia Dilday Larry Hairless 47 Donna Farmer Johnny Farmer James Felton Troy Freeman Ruth Gardner Dianne Garrett Tommy Godwin Stephan Guttu Brinkley Hall Douglas Hall Rachel Harrell Billy Harris Doug Helmkamp Carl Hendricks Jean Hepner Mike Herrin Anna Hewitt Tommy Hewitt Martin Hill Melissa Hill Allen Holloman Clara Holloman J. C. Holloman Joseph Holloman Phyllis Holloman Joey Horton Ernest Howard Betty Howerton Robbie Jernigan William Jernigan Carter Jones James Jones Patricia Jordan Richard Joyner Phyllis Kirkland 48 Brenda Lassiter John Lewis Peggy Lewis Ronnie Lewis Jimmy Liverman Angela Lucus Willy Mabine Inez Mason Cynthia McGlohon Barbara Miller Nancy Minton Billy Mizelle Clifton Moore Shirley Morris Marilyn Nelson 49 Charles Newsome Jerry Newsome Lou Newsome Patricia Newsome William Newsome Brenda Nichols Judy Northcott Bill Nowell Bob Nowell Melvin Odom Katherine Outlaw David Overton Royce Overton Sidney Overton Robbie Parker Kay Vaughan Linda Vinson Kathleen Ward Cathy Whitaker Ray Whitaker Jim White Reggie White Loretta Wiggins A1 Williford Jennifer Wynn Nancy Minton and Betty Slaughter enjoy their study of the carrot in biology. 50 Betty Howerton and Barbara Miller run laps during sixth period P. E. biology I s ... l i The Advanced Biology class seems to be enjoying themselves. Willie Parker Pat Parvin Malinda Pearce Michael Pearce Bennett Peele Beth Pierce Lonnie Pierce Betsy Pittman Ray Rawls Jack Ray Larry Rhodes Kathy Robbins Pauline Roberson Steve Roberson Carolyn Robertson Sam Rueb Marilyn Shue Betty Slaughter Dale Smith Donna Smith Dan Spivey Charles Taylor Patsy Taylor Melba Terry Paula Underwood 51 •row:. Christine Allen Ronnie Askew Linda Baker Sandy Barnes Wanda Barnes Barbara Ann Bell Wayne Benton Katherine Blanchard Jerry Blowe Susan Blumenthal Metza Bond Dennis Bracy Jimmy Bracy Brenda Brinkley Cummin Brittenham Gail Britton Jerry Burch Carolyn Burgess Sonny Burgess Roger Byrum Barbara Callis Steve Casper Sandra Castalow Janice Clark Abner Cooke Betty Daniels Dianne Dilday Jan Dilday Mary Ann Doughtie Bill Early Don Early Wayne Edwards Jimmy Ellis Wayne Eure Richard Faison 53 Evelyn Farmer Jackie Farmer Kay Farmer Rhonda Farmer Eddy Ferro Thelma Francis Judy Fuller Webb Fuller Curtis Gibson Betty Godwin Tom Greene Barbara Hall Kathy Hall Herman Harmon Paula Harrell Sandy Hepner Tim Herrin Jimmy Hewitt Paul Hockemeyer Brenda Holloman Jay Holloman Jimmy Holloman Joey Horton Robert Hurdle Wanda Hurdle 54 Chicken salad anyone? Carl Francine Bonnie James Jarmond Jarrett Linda Margaret Freddy Jones Jones Joyner Patricia Loretta Brenda Lassiter Leonard Lewis Tommy Gail Kitty Johnson Jones Jones Garmer Winston Brenda Keel King Knight Rose Cindy Shirley Lewis Liverman Mason Tommy May Constance Miller Brenda Morris William McGraw Gail Mitchell Linda Morris Sheila McSwain Jerry Mitchell Pat Morris Patricia Melton Julia Mitchell Pat Newbern Andrew Melvin Joe Ellen Mizelle Brenda Newsome Larry Merritt Clinton Moore Brenda Newsome 55 Everyone crowds on the front porch for the lunch hour gossip. Like many other students, Sandy Frank has a part- time job wrapping packages during the Christmas holidays. Hawletta Newsome Johnny Newsome Mark Newsome Sharon Newsome Linda Nichols Thomas Nichols Bonnie Outland Gary Overton Bill Parker Jeanie Parker Sandra Parker Victor Parker Frank Peede Doug Phelps Billy Piland Tommy Pope John Poplin Loretta Powell Ronny Ray Gene Rhodes Sherry Riddick Libby Rose Lucky Roundy Rendy Rowe Beverly Sawyer 56 Bernice Sharp Cindy Shubart Arthur Slaughter Jo Anne Smith Mary Staples Linda Stevens Sandra Sullivan Susie Sumner Mary Tann Shirley Taylor Michael Tucker Leroy Turner Charlie Umphlett Sammy Vaughan Lee Vinson James Wall Bobby White Gail White Alan Wiggins Janice Williams John Williams John Williams Minnie Williams Rebecca Williams Students gather to listen to the College Day. ative during Racoon skinning has become a pastime for Advanced Biology students. Eighth grade boys play basketball during their physical education class. EIGHTH GRADE All of the eighth graders rush to the ice cream stand at the sound of the recess bell. Wanda Alexander Mike Alston Winfred Ayers Jean Baggett Richard Baggett William Baggett James Bailey Jerry Baker Nancy Baker Susan Baldwin David Bazemore Julia Beale Bobby Beard Jo-Ann Belch Eddie Best Martha Blythe Glenn Brickhouse Jean Brittenham Shirley Brown Meiggs Brown Skeeter Bryant Harold Burkett Winnie Byrum Chuck Callis David Carroll Lee Carroll Jack Casper Wayne Casper Jan Chamblee Ray Coggin Earl Conner James Cooke Richard Cowan Belinda Davenport Gerald Davidson Linda Debeney Ann Dilday Wanda Dixon Joan Earley Dallas Eure Jimmy Eure Rush Everett Ed Wade Fairless Debbie Frank Sally Foy Tony Fuller Dwight Hall Katherine Hall Kenneth Hall Robert Harrell Wayne Harrell Jeanette Heath Jennifer Helankemp Charles Herring Benjamin Hill Steve Hill Brenda Hoggard Julie Holloman Jupe Holloman Connette Holloway Charles Hughes Gary Hurdle Floyd James Peter James Carolyn Jenkins Elizabeth Jernigan Ronnie Jernigan Earl Johnson Terry Johnson J. T. Jones Ricky Joyner Constance Lane Terry Langay Billy Lassiter Gloria Lassiter Vivian Lassiter SEVEN Tommy Lewis Jim McIntosh Cathy McKim Cheryl Magette Kathy Martin Carol Melton Teresa Miller Lynn Mitchell Tommy Mitchell Charlotte Mizelle Patricia Mizelle Gary Morris Linda Mulder Johnny Muse Joseph Newsome Mike Oliver Larry Overton 59 EIGHTH GRA All of the eighth graders rush to t Hue OUlldllU stand at .... „ Phillip Page Nancy Parker Benny Parker " Lala Parkin if| Mike Pearce Mike Peede Dianne Perry Ronald Perry Angela Phelps Stewart Pierce Donna Pittman Kathy Poplin Garey Purvis Carol Riddick Freda Rowe Robert Russell So phia Sharp James Slade James Smallwood Jimmy Smolen Marilyn Snyder Willie Tann Janet Taylor John Terrell Mike Thomas Kenneth Tillman Minnie Vaughan Nita Vaughan Ervin Vinson Lacy Warren, Jr. Jo Ann Weaver Ricky Whaley Carlton Wiggins Elizabeth Wiggins Jimmy Ward Addison Williams Annie Pearl Williams Wayne Willoughby Eddie Wilson Allan Wiggins, Judy Wiggins, and John Helmkamp enjoy watching the girls practice basketball after school. Wesley Liverman, fire marshal checks fire extinguishers daily. SEVENTH GRADE V. Askew, K. Baker, M. Baugh- am, R. Bracy, C, Brinkley, L. Calamine M. Early, S. Evans, M. Ferro, T. Fornes, B. Hod ge, J. Hollo¬ man T. Joyner, C. Kennedy, K. Lee, S. Lewis, A. Liverman, T. Miller E, Moore, M. Morris, M. Mus- tin, D, Oliver, L. Overton, L, Perry C. Saunders, S. Staples, L. Sumner, T, Tfnkham, L. Turnage, R. Wallace P. Wiggins, J. Williams, K. Wright, A. Barnes, J. Bridgers, D. Callis S. Caravan, D. Chamblee, P. Chamblee, S. Chanoine, T. Dixon, T. Doughtie K. Felton, G. Futrell, C. Har¬ rell, J. A, Hill, C. Jenkins, J. Jones R. Landry, J. Lassiter, S. Las¬ siter, C. Lewter, L. Mitchell, J. Morris R. Myers, V. Parker, C. Ran son, F. Rawls, S, Smith, G. Sullivan R. Sumner, A. Thomas, D. Tinkham, T. Venable, S. Williams, J. Ann Williford J. Bass, L. Brown, L. Byrd, P. Clark, M. Clubb, W. Gib$on W. Godwin, G. Hall, M. Har¬ rell, R. Harris, J. Hawkins, S. Hewitt R. Hoggard, L, Holloman, D, Lassiter, J. McKeel, E. Mor¬ ris, H. Morris L. Nichols, N. Rawls, S. Sut¬ ton, J, Tann, C. Thomas, J. A, Andrusia D. Basnight, M, Basnight, P. Bass, R. Best, N. Blanton, A. Brett J. Brinkley, P. Bunch, T. Cha¬ vis, R. Connor, S. Cooper, D. Darden M. Gatling, S. Gatling, J. Godwin, C, Hurdle, J. Hyatt, C. Jernigan E. Johnson, L. Joyner, M. Kin- law, M. Marsh, A. Miller, C. Murphy J. Newbern, A. Newsome, K. Phelps, T. Pritchard, W. Rev- elle, A. Terry D. Williams, L. Winborne 62 ACTIVITIES 63 OFFICERS - Larry Freeman, Chaplain; Pauline Robinson, Corresponding Secretary; Benny Edwards, President; Paul Sharp, Vice-President; Phyllis Kirkland, Secretary STUDENT COUNCIL MRS, H. R. SAMS Sponsor This organization participates in many and varied activities of extracurricular type, such as, College Day and the Magazine Drive. It performs on numerous occasions for the betterment and general enrichment of our high school life. 1st ROW - Pierce, Riddick, Boyette, Burkett, Doughtie, Blumenthal, Pittman, Snipes, Morris, Kirkland, Askew; 2nd ROW - Wiggins, Minton, Farmer, Callis, Baker, Bridgers, Shubart, Robinson, Hepner, Bridgers, Turner; 3rd Row - Greene, Vaughan, Morris, Rhoads, Ray, Blanchard, Godwin, Hora, Gibson, Farmer, Hawkins; 4th ROW - Tayloe, £4 Sharp, Freeman, McCoy, Overman, Jordan, Baker, Dunn, Brown, Parker, Guttu, Edwards BETA CLUB 1st ROW - Montie, Miller, Horton, Jones, Burkett, Gray, Frank; 2nd ROW - Edwards, Taylor, Britton, Jones, Doughtie, Baker, Moore, Peele; 3rd ROW - Fuller, Barnes, Crawford, Rountree, Baggett, Hora, Askew; 4th Row - Tayloe, Lowe, Sharp, Freeman, Riddick, Edwards, Anderson, Godwin BETA CLUB This national honorary society emphasizes leader¬ ship, character, and achieve¬ ments among its membership which is made up of students having a minimum scholas¬ tic average of 90. It spon¬ sors the Chicken Salad Sup¬ per. MRS. R. P. MARTIN Sponsor OFFICERS - David Anderson, State President; Larry Freeman, President Linda Gray, Secretary; Betty Moore, Treasurer 65 ANNUAL JUNIOR EDITORS - Libby Jones and Lou¬ ise Taylor PHOTOGRAPHER - Lonny Blumenthal TYPIST - La Verne Terry; BUSINESS MANA¬ GER - Linda Gray ACTIVITIES - Alice Rayfield, Tony Bridgers, Becky Bag¬ gett, Jimmy Riddick 66 STAFF SPORTS - Diane Roundtree and Bobby Tayloe ADVERTISEMENTS - Elaine Doughtie, Harold McCoy, Rhetta O’Briant, Olivia Burkett, Judy Pierce, and Sandy Frank THE CHIEF The production of a yearbook is a val¬ uable and vital part of our school life, of¬ fering as it does a pictorial record and de¬ tailed account of the principal events of the year which it represents. Such a compila¬ tion often requires concentrated effort to meet appointed deadlines. ART - Phyllis Farmer, Joyce Synder, Roy Fuller FACULTY - Sherron Jernigan, Evelyn Peele, Sandra Outlaw, and Pam Vann CLASSES - Becky Eure, Susan Godwin, Danny Brown, Judy Wiggins, and Rodney Bouldin 67 POW wow LARRY FREEMAN, Editor DIANE JONES, Assistant Editor POW WOW This publication promotes and fosters an interest in journalism and serves as a medium of information regarding the life and work of our school days, as we work or play. Our school newspaper has won many journalistic awards in its field. MRS, TOMMY MITCHELL Advisor SEATED - Newsome, O ' Briant, Snyder, Pittman; STANDING - Kirkland, Jordon, Barnes, Brown, Burden, Roberson, Odom, McCoy, Robinson, Frank, Anderson, Smolen, Futrell 68 POW wow t . I CIRCULATION AND ADVERTISEMENTS - STANDING - Dianne Beald, Elaine Doughtie, Susan Bridges, Tanya Taylor; SEATED - Nelda Vaughan, Cynthia Vaughan PHOTOGRAPHERS - Libby Jones and Lonny Blumenthal SPORTS EDITOR - Ronnie Baker; FEATURE EDITOR - Betty Moore Mrs. Mitchell helps Diane Jones with a POW WOW problem. 69 FHA 1st ROW: Williams, Staples, Farmer, Schubart, Barnes, Doughtie. 2nd ROW: Wiggins, Robertson, Fuller, Jarmond, Flepner, Dilday. 3rd ROW: Lassiter, Hill, Calamine, Sullivan, Melton, Bazemore. 4th ROW: 70 Farmer, Dilday, Holloman, Liverman, Vaughan, Newsome, Newsome. 1st ROW - Outland, Beale, Doughtie, Whedbee, Outlaw, Burkett, Gray; 2nd ROW - Chamblee, Baker, Brown, Dilday, Moore, Crawford, Boone, Brady, Liverman, Rayfield; 3rd ROW - Joyner, Shores, Baggett, Parker, Perry, Wiggins, Jernigan, Peele, Baughn; 4th ROW - Barnes, Vaughan, Vaughan, Edwards, Terry, Godwin, Jernigan, Earley, Harrell, Moore MRS. J. P. FREEMAN Sponsor SITTING: Ellen Moore, 2nd Vice President, Linda Gray, President, La- Verne Baugham, Secretary; STAND¬ ING: Linda Boone, Pianist, Nelda Vaughan, Historian, Cynthia Vaughan, Recreation Leader, LaVerne Terry, Treasurer, Betty Moore, Reporter, Cheryl Overton, Vice-President (ab¬ sent) FFA 1st ROW - Freeman, Baggett, Burkett, Jenkins, Rowe, Slaughter; 2nd ROW - Jernigan, Askew, Holloman, West, Mulder, Hawkins, Davis; 3rd ROW - Edwards, Blowe, Piland, Morris, Hill, Godwin MR. LANSING Sponsor SITTING - William Newsome, Vice- President; Ray Burkett, President; Dwight Blowe, Secretary; Billy Mizelle, Sen¬ tinel; Tommy Hawkins, Secretary; Leon West, Reporter PEACOCK 1st ROW - Slaughter, Cook, Birch, Britton, Bell, Whitaker, Moore; 2nd ROW - Joyner, Edwards, Pierce, Howard, Mabine, Liverman, Brittenham, Benton; 3rd ROW - Mizelle, Rawls, Hewitt, Edwards, Allen, Hen drix, Nowell; 4th ROW - Speivey, Newsome, White, Holloman, Lewis, Charles, Newsome, Harris 1st ROW - Lassiter, Slaughter, Parker, Merritt, Parker, Brickhouse, Wiggins, Finley, Casper, Rogers; 2nd ROW - Morris, Terrell, Nowell, Overton, King, Holloman, Wiggins, Jernigan; 3rd ROW - Godwin, Harrell, Ray, Bridges, Farmer; 4th ROW - Futrell, Francis, Lewis GLEE CLUB 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. MICHEAL KEZIAH Director STANDING - H. C. Francis, President; Roy Fuller; SEATED - Phyllis Farmer, Secretary; Brenda Lassiter, Vice-President; Linda Miller, Pianist 72 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB 1st ROW - Jones, Vick, Rose, Terry, Rayfield, Chamblee, Felton; 2nd ROW - Lassiter, Brown, Jenkins, Rowe, Baughn, Earley, Horton, Mitchell; 3rd ROW - Benton Baggett, Johnson, Davis, Lassiter, Evans, Askew, Piland, Slaughter; 4th ROW - Nowell, Lassiter, Byrum, Miller, Allen DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION This club is an organization set up on a local, state and national level to provide in¬ centive and recognition for marketing and distributive education students, thus helping to develop future leaders for marketing and distribution. MR. DAVID TUCKER Sponsor Erlene Felton, Vice-President, Norman Askew, Reporter, LaVerne Baugham, Treasurer, Alice Rayfield, Chaplain, Michael Miller, Sergeant at Arms, Ruth Rose, Secretary, LaVerne Terry, President 73 AHS MARCHING BAND MR. MICHEAL KEZIAH Director KNEELING - Sherron Jernigan, head majorette; Lonny Blumenthal, Drum Major; STANDING - Flip Humphrey, uniform lieutenant; Tommy Tucker, maintenance; Ronnie Baker, Captain 74 ' MAJORETTES SHERRON JERNIGAN Head Majorette 75 CHEERLEADERS MR. RICHARD ROGERS Sponsor 1 jg . • ' t K. mar i JUDY NORTHCOTT VARSITY CLUB 1st ROW - Montie, Burkett, Vann, Wilroy, Britton; 2nd ROW - Dunn, Reub, Tucker, Miller, Rountree, Wilroy, Vaughan, Bracy, Nowell, Hawkins, Piland; 3rd ROW - Lowe, Dilday, Fuller, Peele, Whitaker, Jones, Godwin, Capps, Holloman, Overman, Anderson; 4th ROW - Tayloe, Brown, Sharp, Rawls, Hill, Riddick, Francis, Everett, Blumenthal, Bouldin, Godwin MR, ALBERT VAUGHAN Sponsor VARSITY CLUB Upon this group revolves the duty of planning and organizing various ath¬ letic events and attractions to coor¬ dinate with other events on the school calendar. OFFICERS; David Anderson, Vice President; Audrey Britton, Secretary; Jimmy Riddick, President 77 SPORTS 78 FOOTBALL ’66 San. «■»« ! i(OWN •. ' ' aV f V - S ’V Anderson, Holloman, " " ’UH l ' il I lMIUji and Riddick 1st ROW - Ray, Bracy, Tayloe, Hawkins, Farmer, Fairless, Sharp; Capps, Rawls, Brown, Burkett, Piland, Everett, Riddick; 3rd ROW Guttu, Lowe, Beaman, Overton, Mulder, Williford. Ik wm km ierson, Overman, Holloman, Hill, 7 Coach Vaughan ' s Message The 1965 Indians were not a big ball club physically. They were not champions. They were a group of fine young men who through sheer determination, desire, pride and hard work made themselves into a fine football team. It was a football team with a big heart. It was my honor to be their coach. The association and experiences we had as player and coach were most enjoyable and gratifying. I will always remember the 1965 Indians for their fine attitude, character, and fighting spirit. They were true champions in so many ways. COACHES: Richard Murray, Albert Vaughan, Vernon Baker, Tommy Mitchell BACKS 1st ROW - Ray, Beamon, Overton; 2nd ROW - Hawkim, Overman, Tayloe Sharp, Riddick, Anderson Sharp sweeps end for first down yardage. Auri tosses one up for two points Referee calls penalty against Panthers. Batteries: Anderson, Holloman, and Riddick, Brown Indian lineman hits sled during practice, Sharp for long yardage. 82 Coach Vaughan and the boys ALL-CONFERENCE: Everett, Holloman, Tayloe, Anderson, Brown, Francis, Sharp. Auri tosses one up for two points. You can ' t have it. It’s mine! 83 Ij JIMMY RIDDICK DAVID ANDERSON 1 Tayloe stops a Panther dead in his tracks. Indian lineman hits sled during practice. Seniors Audrey Britton and Diane Roundtree with Coach Murray. MR. RICHARD MURRAY Coach COACH’S MESSAGE The Girls Varsity Basketball Team 1965- 66 gave to their teammates, classmates and school 100% desire, hustle and attitude. Seventeen of these girls will return next year, thirteen of these same girls will be present for the 1967-68 season. I am sure their goal is for you (the student body) to be as proud of them as they are of you and the win¬ ning tradition here at Ahoskie High School. 84 Auri tosses one up for two points. 85 AUDREY BRITTON BARBARA MILLER DLANE ROUNDTREE Well, I thought I could make it. BASKETBALL 66 PAUL SHARP RODNEY BOULDIN BOBBY TAYLOE Everett receives a boost from arch rival, Eden Johnny Blanton goes up for a layup - without the ball Sharp scores from the outside against Edenton, Bouldin flips in an easy two at Scotland Neck, f I v ■ 4 -,r v ' ' 1 • ' ' ? $75o«Kp£ - ' s ' ' it.... l! 4 ” Everett hits for two as Ahoskie defeats Plymouth. Bouldin ups for two points against Plymouth. WILLIAM DARDEN RONNIE LEWIS JACK HERRING 90 Everett lays in two as Lewis looks on. ■ J Herring fights his way to the basket for two points against Central. Anderson scores an easy two points. ,®J» T BASEBALL 65 1st ROW: Everett, Tayloe, Holloman, Overman, Capps, Riddick, Anderson, Sharp 2nd ROW: L. Lassiter, Fairless, J. Lassiter, Hora, Jordan, Lowe, Rawls 3rd ROW: R. Edwards, Eagles, Ray, M. Lassiter, D. Edwards, L. Edwards INDIANS HAVE SUCCESSFUL SEASON ALL-CONFERENCE: Jimmy Riddick, Paul Sharp, David Anderson, Bobby Tayloe Coach A1 Vaughan and Assistant Coach Richard Murray 92 PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT £ Everett holds ' em tight on first Riddick and Holloman get set for the double steal 93 TRACK ’65 1st ROW: Whitaker, Francis, tsracy, Godwin Blumenthal, Herrin 2nd ROW: Askew, Smolen, Daniels, Anderson, Barnes,, Godwin 3rd ROW: Coach Richard Rogers, Williams, Sharp, Everett, Stanley, Jones, Tayloe, Beale Blumenthal pours on the coal. Sharp goes up and over at 5 feet 8 inches. 94 White, Tucker, and Eagles; cross-country Blumenthal 95 HOMECOMING QUEEN BECKY BAGGETT HOMECOMING CANDIDATES SANDY FRANK GY PS IE WILROY PHYLLIS FARMER FREIDA MORRIS 97 HOMECOMING ATTENDANTS Senior OLIVIA BURKETT Junior CHERYL OVERTON 98 Sophomore DONNA FARMER Freshmen SHERRY RIDDICK BUS DRIVERS KNEELING - Burbage, Morris, Hawkins, Hora, Jernigan; STANDING - Blowe, Brown, Liverman, Mitchell, Bazemore, Wiggins, Davis PATROL BOYS L. to R. - Ricky Whaley, Garry Purvis, Bobby Beard, Jimmy Eure, Charles Hughes, Gunner Murfey, Rush Everett 99 Iiliand CAFETERIA WORKERS L. to R. - Mrs. M. E. Allsbrook, Mrs. G. T. McSwain, Mrs. J. R. Mitchell, Mrs. R. L. Beale, Mrs. Carlton Edwards, Mrs. R. E. Perry JANITORS Cobie Eley, Ethel Newsome, Lloyd Newsome, Lucious Williams 100 Well, I know it’s here someplace! 101 Edward, Laverne, and Ruth finish the D. E. showcase. 102 ADVERTISEMENTS 103 TARHEEL BANK MITCHELL ' S ESSO SERVICE TRUST COMPANY " More For Your Money " Organized 1904 Aulander, N. C. Gatesville, N. C. Lewiston, N. C. Winton, N. C. Congratulations Q Kr ,l0 ' 000 i I -j M) (j • Vm INSURANCE ' S O |) II 0 l W .A FOR EACH A ll g 1 Class of 1966 F rom SHARP ' S CABINET SHOP Ahoskie, N. C. Drop in to PAT ' S BEAUTY NOOK For Complete Beauty Care 115 McGlohon Street Ahoskie, N. C. 332-4459 C omplime nt s °f T BRADY ' S TEXACO STATION Awj-jjJa W inton, N. C. Compliments of Mechanical Contractors WHITE AND WOODLEY finggijjF Memorial Drive Ahoskie, N. C. STANDARD CHEVROLET OLDS COMPANY Compliments Memorial Drive of JONES MILLING COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Cofield, N. C. Compliments of WHOLESALE TIRE WINTON LAUNDROMAT RETREADING Winton, North Carolina COMPANY Home of the finest steaks in North Carolina LITTLE RED APPLE RESTAURANT Winton, N. C. Compliments of AULANDER PHARMACY Aulander, N. C. Highway 13 South Ahoskie, North Carolina 104 Stop at Our Store for All Your Household Items. WHEDBEE-BRiTTON HARDWARE The " Best " Groceries at FRANK DUNN ' S GROCERY Union, N. C. AHOSKIE BEAUTY SHOP Mitchell Street Ahoskie, N. C. Let Us Help HERTFORD COUNTY SAVINGS LOAN Your Money Ahoskie, N. C. " Best Wishes " HUGHES MARKET Colerain, N. C. CHAS. H. JENKINS CO. INC. A Complete Line of General Motors Products Dependable Garage Service BRINKLEY MOTORS Your Authorized Ford Dealer Sunset Street Ahoskie, N. C. MANUFACTURING COMPANY I I MAOLA MILK AND ICE CREAM COMPANY For All Your Pharmaceutical Needs " CAPPS AND COPELAND’S DRUG STORES " Prompt and Efficient Delivery Service " SERVICE BARBER SHOP Railroad Street Ahoskie, N. C. " Best Wishes, GRADUATES " HALL CAFE Main Street in Ahoskie 332-3277 332-3776 106 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY dr. D. P. BOYETTE DR. R. A. ANDERSON DR. J. L. DARDEN DR. E. T. VISER DR. A. Y. EAGLES DR. J. L. FRANK DR. J. B. RUFFIN DR. J. G. MATHESON DR. J. M. MILLER DR. E. R. FERRO DR. T. E. LEARY AHOSKIE TV AND RADIO CENTER Take Your Radios and T. V. 1 s to For Wash, Grease, Batteries, or Gas BRETT ' S GULF SERVICE " Best of Luck " BOYETTE AND ROBERTSON AGENCY Dependable Service Ahoskie, N. C. B. AND H. GARAGE Main Street " Congratulations " F rom MR. ED ' S HOUSE OF BEAUTY Ahoskie, N. C. " Enjoy a hamburger and a coke with the gang. " at ESKIMO DRIVE-IN BASNIGHT TOBACCO WAREHOUSES Get with the Crowd-Go to WALKER DRUG COMPANY Your Walgreen Agency in the Roanoke Chowan Area MARSHALL F. HUGHES WHOLESALE DEALER PRODUCTS " Where the farmer- is our main concern " Owned and Operated by Lyman Wilkins Lyman Wilkins, Jr. Harold Veazey Herbert Jenkins Save -- Where the Farmer is our main concern FARMER ' S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Ahoskie, N. C. BANK OF AHOSKIE Insure Your Future With a Savings Account at Our Bank Ahoskie, N. C. 108 BANK OF HARRELLSVILLE C. W. BEASLEY OIL COMPANY Complete Bottle and LP Gas Service " Phone 241-1 Colerain, N. C. " For Those Who Think Young " Drink Pepsi McPherson BOTTLING COMPANY 109 AHOSKIE DEPARTMENT STORE RUSSELL HOLMES Nationally Advertised Shoes for the Family Suffolk, Elizabeth City, Franklin CHAS. L. REVELLE SONS, INC. We st Street Murfreesboro, North Carolina Phones 343-1 or 615-1 " Cotton and Seed " " Grain and Feed " FURNITURE GALLERIES Ahoskie, N. C. " We have enjoyed serving the Roanoke Chowan Section " DRUGGIST " Compliments of " AHOSKIE TIRE SERVICE Ahoskie, N. C. BOONE’S PHARMACY 110 Ahoskie, N. C. " Best Wishes to Class of ' 66 " MINTON ' S CLEANERS Prompt Service Expert Craftsmanship at SESSOMS BROTHERS THORTON FURNITURE COMPANY Furniture and Appliances YEPCO Ahoskie, N. C. " Your friendly Texaco dealer " POWELL’S TEXACO Academy Street Ahoskie, N. C. YOUR TROUBLES Insure with " Best Wishes " 332-3359 101 E. Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. " Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 " BROWN REALTY COMPANY Best Wishes From BEALE ' S REFRIGERATION SERVICE Ahoskie, N. C. WINTON DRY CLEANERS " The Best Cleaning Anywhere " Headquarters for Mercury-Rambler Truly Dependable Automobiles Ahoskie, N. C. I I SAM ' S RECORD SHOP Maple Street 332-3393 Ahoskie, N. C. WHEDBEE EQUIPMENT COMPANY International-Harvester Dealer The Place for Your Money is the BANK OF COLERAIN Colerain, N. C. 332-2543 Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of MODLIN ' S CORNER First Street Ahoskie, N. C. I. O. HILL COMPANY Dealers in Quality Furniture Congratulations Class of 1966 GARRETT SHOES, INC. Ahoskie, N. C. 443 West Washington Street Phone 539-2372 Established 1891 Suffolk, Virginia POWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Savings to Policy Holders Since 1939 Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of the employees of CAROLINA ALUMINUM COMPANY Winton, N. C. THE PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST 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. Use this power to prevent forest fires. UNION BAG - CAMP PAPER CORPORATION Bleached Products Division Franklin, Virginia " Best Wishes to the Class of ' 66 " JONES, JONES, JONES FARMER ' S HARDWARE For Top Quality House-wares in Every Department COOKE MOTOR COMPANY Plymouth, Chrysler, Imperial, Sinca, CHRYSLER . . corporation International I rucks Aulander, North Carolina 13 SURBURBAN PROPANE LP Distributors for Eastern North Carolina Ahoskie, North Carolina Visit ROANOKE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION SHCJES For Boy and G r1 s 1 HA YES-MILLER " Your Poll-Parrot Dealer. " W. H. BASNIGHT AND COMPANY Featuring MAGEE Carpeting Church Street Ahoskie, N. C. " You ' ll find a complete line FREEMAN LUMBER COMPANY of Ford tractors and implements " Ahoskie, N. C. at B M NATIONWIDE INSURANCE TRACTOR COMPANY Chester G. Rawls, Agent Ahoskie, N. C. " Insure Your Future With Us " " It pleases us to please you " COLONIAL REALTY COMPANY J. C. Wilroy GREENE INSURANCE AGENCY 325 West Main Street 114 Ahoskie, N. C. " Congratulations, Graduates " F rom WILLOUGHBY FISH AND PRODUCE COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of The CORPORATION and Employees Ahoskie Division Ahoskie, N. C. Fine Food and Quick Service FRANCIS BARBEQUE Route US 13 South of Ahoskie " Best of Everything " H. AND V. EQUIPMENT COMPANY Visit SAVIN-HILL T EN!TH for your Radios and TV AHOSKIE, N. C. I IB Look Young . . . Be Young . . . Shop BELK TYLERS of Ahoskie LOWE ' S TEXACO " You can always trust your car to the man who wears the star " Harrellsville, N. C. Do Your Grocery Shopping at L. L. GROCERY Complete Electric Motor Service ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE COMPANY 925 East Memorial Drive - Ahoskie, N. C. Day Phone 332-4364, Night Phone 332-4323 Compliments of HOWARD BROWN ' S TRANSPORT, INC. Ahoskie, N. C. " Have a hamburger " Your Home-town contractor " with des sert " at TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVE-IN M. D. BROWN Ahoskie, COASTAL FINANCE CORPORATION Financing New and Used Cars and Trucks N. C. 332-3312 " LOW BANK RATES " Phone 332-3183 Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. Lindsey Hopkins 116 Guy Ruffin BRITTON’S ESSO SERVICE Compliments Compliments of TOMAHAWK RESTAURANT Ahoskie, North Carolina of L. S. JERNIGAN AND SON, INC. JERNIGAN OIL COMPANY, INC. Congratulations, Seniors F rom THE YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP Suffolk, Virginia JERNIGAN SPRAY SERVICE, INC. Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of WINTON INSURANCE COMPANY Herbert M. Brett Winton, N. C. AHOSKIE FERTILIZER COMPANY " Your Royster Fertilizer Dealer " Ahoskie, N. C. " Best Wishes to the Class of ' 66! " WINTON INSURANCE AGENCY H„ M. Brett, Manager Winton, N. C. PIERCE AND BRITTON Cedric Pierce--Pat Britton Ahoskie, N. C. AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY " TKa World ' s Bail Yearbooks Ar Taylor-mad " 120

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