Ahoskie High School - Chief Yearbook (Ahoskie, NC)

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1969 CHIEF Volume XXI Editor, Margaret Jones Co-Editor, Sammy Vaughan Business Manager, Randy Rowe AHOSKIE HIGH SCHOOL - AHOSKIE, NORTH CARO! Enthusiasm " The spirit of our school can be traced through the roots of its past ... " 2 With 4 , memories along the way . . . 6 Enthusiastic ,5 P£ r i ■ v in - -.- « «. v jjfln v - mmsttr- sE KBiSfc fe l) HHS ■ ' ' r JS2?§ L K ■Jfc- m Pv V ' , ' ..?v c 8 in play Playing beneath the trees in the park overflowing with soft oranges, yellows, the eternal green, a pep rally, campaign speeches, halls filled with laughter--all these memories are cherished by the in¬ dividual as what he has been and what he is. 9 Contents FEATURES 1 Student Life 3 Administration 13 ORGANIZATIONS 24 Beta Club 25 Future Homemakers 26 Future Farmers 27 Distributive Education 28 Chorus 29 Varsity Club 30 Student Council 31 Fellowship of Christian Atheletes 34 Pep Club 35 Pow Wow 36 Chief 38 Majorettes 40 Flag Corps 42 Cheerleaders 43 Band 45 Homecoming Court and Attendants 47 ATHLETICS 50 Football 52 Basketball 56 Track 62 Baseball 64 Golf 67 CLASSES 68 Senior Class 69 Junior Class 88 Sophomore Class 96 Freshman Class 104 Eighth Grade Class 112 Seventh Grade Class 116 ADVERT MEATS 119 10 Dedication With genuine appreciation and highest esteem, we dedicate the CHIEF for 1968-1969 to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mitchell. Your yearbook staff welcomes this opportunity to pay tribute to these outstanding alumni of AHS and wishes only for more space in which to recognize their attributes and applaud their achieve¬ ments. As advisor to the award-winning high school newspaper, the POW WOW, and as seniorEnglish teacher, Mrs. Mitchell has demonstrated her skill in the art of com¬ municating, as well as her capacity for loving her students and challenging them to do their best. Coach of our Junior Varsity football squad, Mr. Mitchell has led his teams to enviable records while exemplifying all the qualities of good sportsmanship and while maintaining that dignified com¬ posure and good humor for which he is respected and admired. We salute these leaders and look for¬ ward to many more happy years under their guidance. 12 F eatures 1 Student Life 3 Administration 13 Superintendent MR. R. P. MARTIN Assistant Superintendent MR. J. M. JENKINS 15 Librarians Secretaries Senior High MISS EMMA PARKER Junior High MRS. F. D. OVERTON Head MRS. EMMA RUTH BARNES Assistant MRS. JACKIE MATHESON Cafeteria Staff MRS. OPAL BAGGETT MRS. CLARINE BEALE MRS. ANN MITCHELL MRS. GERALDINE EDWARDS MRS. DOT HARRELL MRS. JANIE BUNCH Thermostaticians ji ' ' vM Wm cJH j - CURTIS ALLEN LUCIOUS WILLIAMS LLOYD NEWSOME MRS. ESSIE ELEY English " tWS ' N ' notices MRS. MARIE McBRIDE MRS. CAROLYN MITCHELL MRS. DOROTHY POWELL MRS. LOIS BRETT MRS. BETTY McCAW History MRS. JANIE SAMS MR. ALBERT VAUGHAN MR. TOMMY MITCHELL MR. RICHARD MURRAY 18 MR. HARRY WYNN MRS. MARION WINBORNE Science MR. RICHARD ROGERS MRS. AGNES HARRELL MRS. GRACE MITCHELL MRS. JACKIE EARLEY Foreign Languages MRS. EMMA MARTIN MRS. LINDA JERNIGAN Mathematics 20 MRS. WILMA 1 LING MR. CALEB LEMASTER mlft 11 • Business and Vocation MRS. MARGIE MINTON MR. LANSING PEACOCK MRS. MARJORIE TAYLOR MR. WILLIAM LEARY FAI MR Home Economics MRS. MARGARET FREEMAN Guidance Counselor Band Director HES 22 MRS GARNETT r MR. PHIL GREEN Junior High School Teachers MRS. MABEL JORDAN MRS. ELIZABETH JONES MRS. JENNY JENKINS MISS CHRISTINE BRITT MRS. MARTHA MYERS MRS. LOUISE HOLLOMAN MRS. LOUISE HOLLOMAN MRS. MARY AINSLEY MR. LEE WILSON MR. LEY ' HI I HEAD Organizations Beta Club 25 Future Homemakers 26 Future Farmers 27 Distributive Education 28 Chorus 29 Varsity Club 30 Student Council 31 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 34 Pep Club 35 POW WOW 36 CHIEF 38 Majorettes 40 Junior Varsity 41 Flag Corps 42 Cheerleaders 43 Senior Council 44 Fire Brigade 44 Bus Drivers 44 Safety Patrol 44 Band 45 Homecoming 48 24 AHS Beta Club The purpose of the Beta Club is to encourage effort, to reward merit, to promote those quali¬ ties and actions which make for good citizen¬ ship; and to encourage and assist students to con¬ tinue their education after high school. The main project of the club is a chicken salad supper, the proceeds of which are used for financing the state convention trip and for schol¬ arships. Members also sponsor Tag Day, a drive for scholarships given to worthy students. TOP TO BOTTOM: Sammy Vaughan, President; Larry Overton, Vice-President; Michele Gibson, Treasurer; Nancy Parker, Secretary; Cheryl Magette. «BJ ' »T WU ' W!S B0«l 1st ROW: Jones, Perry, Hall, Parker, Davenport, Barnes. 2nd ROW ' ton, Bond, Jarmond, Newsc Magett, Lewis. 3rd ROW: Overton, Pope, Vaughan, Thomas, Brow iountain, Slade, J:nr s. 2 Future Homemakers of America FIRST ROW: Felton, Jones, Venerable, Heath. 2nd ROW: Feher, Williams, Holloway, Hall, Earley, Holloamn. 3rd ROW: Viser, Eure, Steele, Sewell, Overton, Perry, Sharp, Britton, Barnes. 4th ROW: Johnson, Mizelle, Minton, Bur¬ gess, Blanton, Cooper, Chamblee, Francis, Doughtie, Dilday, Mizelle. FRONT ROW: President Sandie Barnes; Vice-President Patricia Miz¬ elle. 2nd ROW: Secretary Shelia Eure; Historian Donna Steele; Rec¬ reation Leader Nancy Blanton; Treasurer Dianne Dilday; Chaplain Sara Minton; Reporter Dianne Perry. Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of stu¬ dents studying homemaking in high school. The major purpose of the F.H.A. is to help members to contribute toward the improvement of personal, family, and community living through organized programs in the schools. 2 f. Sponsor: Mr Margaret F ian Future Farmers of America OFFICERS: Thelbert Brown, Secretary; Earl Jones, Reporter; SECOND ROW: Donnis Perry, Sentinel; Brent Dilday, President; Tommy Chamblee, Vice-President; Luther Byrd, Treasurer. The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is to develop leadership, coopera¬ tion, and citizenship. The goals of the FFA are best expressed in our motto, one of prac¬ tical philosophy, reflecting a spirit of sincer¬ ity: " Learning to do. Doing to serve, Earn¬ ing to live, Living to serve. ” SPONSOR: Mr. Lansing Peacock. FIRST ROW: Harris, Bell, Morris, Ward, Askew, Hewitt, Allen, Castelow, Brown, Holloman, Cooke, Jo Bell. SECOND ROW: Castelow, Harrell, Williams, Nichols, Sumner, Byrum, Hall, Moore, Byrd, Lee, den. THIRD ROW: Morris, Winborne, Overton, Lassister, Godwin, Chamblee, dwards, Liverman, Mizelle, ’ tack, Bracy, James, Allan. FOURTH ROW; Perry, White, Williams, Tinkha Dilday, Perry, Blowe May H trnan, Corbitt, Lassister, Hoggard, Jarrett, Morris. Distributive Education Club Distributive Education indentifies a pro¬ gram of instruction which teaches mar¬ keting, merchandising, and management in the field of distribution. There are two phases of D.E. offered on the high school level: a preparatory marketing course, offered with the student ' s other academic subjects; and a cooperative distributive education, which trains boys and girls for careers in business. The primary purposes of the D.E.C.A. are to develop a respect for education in marketing and to promote understanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of citizenship. OFFICERS: Wanda Hurdle, Secretary-Treasure; Brenda Brinkley, Chaplain; Pat Eure, Historian; Richard Baggett, Vice-President; Pat Morris, Parlimentarian; Janice Williams, President. FIRST ROW: Overton, Vv Ward, Bell. SECOND RO Taylor, Byrum, Eure, We. Francid, Farmer, Bradley, Harrell, May, Parker, Merr 28 Hurdle, Brittenham, Baker, Benton, Brinkley, Hoggard, Mitchell, Mitchell, gins, Earley, Ortland, Farmer, Baggett, Pittman, Morris, Farmer, Harmon, , Baggett. THIRD ROW: Nichols, Sumner, Dorsey, Lassiter, Mathias, Wynn, i, Liverman, Castelow, Clark. FOURTH ROW; Muse, Fairless, Herrin, Hurdle, ure, Burch, McGraw, Harrell, Askew, Evans. PIANIST: Francine Jarmond FIRST ROW: DeBerry, Sharp, Tann, Smith, Conderla, Wynn, Overton, ner, Barnes, Wiggins, Riddick w- ford. SECOND ROW: Newsome, Mason, Harrell, Earley, Jones, Weav , wsome, Lassister, T ylor Pi Melton, Jarmond. FOURTH ROW; Williams, Morris, Hurdle, Harris, H 11, Hyatt, Lee, WiD ms. 29 Varsity Club OFFICERS: Ronnie Ray, President; Sherry Riddick, Secretary; Bill Henderson, Vice-President, Sponsor: Mr. Albert Vaughan Upon this group revolves the duty of planning and organizing various athletic events and attractions to co¬ ordinate with other event ' s on the school calender. 1st ROW: Ray, Henderson, Bracy, Holloman, Greene, cherson, Holloway, Beale, lin, Hill, Felton. ' verton, Pope, Hall, Herring, King, Hughes, Callis. 2nd ROW; Perry, Davidson, Coggins, Peede. 3rd ROW: Bazemore, Magette, Turner, Barnes, Heath, Hut- Morris. 4th ROW: Calemine, Hill, Doughtie, Riddick, Mathias, Overton, Pop- 30 Student Council 1st ROW: Lewis, Overton, Henderson, Gibson, Rowe, King, Keel, Newsome, 2nd ROW; Mizelle, Mitchell, Bas- night, Parker, Miller, Darden, Pope, Ellis. 3rd ROW: Vaughan, Everette, Hill, Askew, Bazemore, Oliver, Blan¬ ton, Pierce, Perry. 4th ROW: Conner, Pierce, Bazemore, Mizelle, Ward, Steele, Terry. The Ahoskie High School Student Coun¬ cil endeavors to coordinate the various school activities. It strives at all times to bring about a better relationship and more complete understanding between faculty and student body. Under the leadership of Mrs. Harry Sams this most cooperative group is ready and willing to aid in build¬ ing a better school. flMHf aplain; Nancy Blantc , Co res] ding nt; Paula Mitchell, ec. T as r; Ron- 31 OFFICERS: Garner Keel, Sec. ; Winston King, Pre aid Perry, Vice-Presidei Junior High Activities JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: Doughtie, Clodfelter, Holloman, Farmer, Tillery. SECOND ROW: Cope¬ land, McCoy, Lineberger, Spence, Lowe, Vinson. THIRD ROW: Wiggins, Goss, Vaughan, Lipstz, Umphlet, Overton. FOURTH ROW: Burgess, Newton, Dowdy, Overton, Brown, Viser, Martin. Seventh and Eighth Graders " rally " through a change of class. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS: Anna Freeman, Linda Viser, Jetta Brett, Chief; Mar Barne s, Mary Melton, Suzanne McCoy, Shelby Heath, Gail Davenport, Marsha Morr Pat Britton. FIRST ROW: Powell, Downs, Farmer, Umphlett, Callis, Washington, Bracy, Pierce, Callis, Myers, Renner, Overton, Doughtie, Lassister. SECOND ROW: Brown, Williams, Kornegay, Brown, Wynns, Powell. THIRD ROW: Flood, Vann, Hoggard, Lewter, Brown, Blowe, Harrell, Parker, Ray, Newton, Vaughan, Harrell, Pharr, Wiggins, Overton, Brinkley. if M - 4 . Pi ms? FIRST ROW; Copeland, Ashe, Holloman, Hall, Revelle, Williams, Casper, Myers, Watford, Beasley, Buidges, McClese, Holloman. SECOND ROW: Evans, illan, Morris, Bracy, Sessorr Clark, Jones, Callis, Roberson, Farmer, Calemine, Langdonci olloman. THIRD ROW: C O! Wiggins, Sellars, Chitty, Simmons, Miller. FOURTH ROW: on, Vaughan, Aske Ha kin Craft, Burgess, Overton, Wiggins, Lewis, Rawls. n, Maxon, r aughan, vlartin, Umphlett 33 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cheryl Magette, Treasurer; Sherry Ridick, Secretary; Tommy Pope, Mr. Tommy Mitchell, Sponsor President; Winston King, Vice-President. 1 1 - r KT K JmSj i It 1 jL Li : ' L. L ■ mm t , ; MM . 4j FIRST ROW; Mitchell, Pope, Blanton, Overton, Perry, Herring, Pierce, King, Hughes, SECOND ROW: Hender¬ son, Overton, iracy, Holloman, Greene, Bryant, Piland, Langley, Peede. THIRD ROW; Bazemore, Magette, Turner, Bar : illoway, Miller, Beale, Newsome, Lassiter. FOURTH ROW: Eure, Casper, Riddick, Everette, Austin, Poplin, ins. Hill, Felton. FIFTH ROW: Basnight, Jernigan, Basnight, Mathias, Winborne, Johnson, Cooper, Gatling, nell, Darden, Fuller. One of th F.C.A. th. The purpos earn money activities of the was chopping wood, project was to club. 34 The newly organized Pep Club with its 220 members supply the pep for all AHS athletic games. These Indian warriors help to build school spirit through their support at games as well as pep rallies. OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Judy Fuller, Secretary; Particia Mizelle, Trea¬ surer; Connette Holloway, President. 2nd ROW; Thelma Francis, Vice- President; Sandie Barnes, Program Chairman. 35 Pow Wow Editor - Sandie Barnes; Junior Editor - Di¬ anne Perry. Photographers - Marvin Jones, Nancy Blanton, Curtis Gibson. If. i Advisors - Mrs. Allen Powell, Mrs. Tommy Mitchell. The purpose of the POW WOW is to re¬ late the news events of A.H.S. accurately as they happen, to voice the opinions of the staff as well ; the student body, and to teach young v good journalism. The activities o producing six editio, tending the Columbia sociation convention 1 earning the necessary fu. student paper. !;e principles of W WOW include hool year, at- • ship Press As- rk City, and rn out a 34 -rr • - ' ■ Business Staff - Valerie Hutcherson, Sally Foy; Circulation - Nancy Parker, Dennis Brown. 1st ROW: Dixon, Alston, Parker, Foy, Holloway. 2nd ROW: Terry, Doughtie, Overton, Sharp, Perry, Hutcher¬ son, Johnson. 3rd ROW: Bond, Brett, Jones, Crenshaw, Gibson, Blanton, Pereira. 4th ROW: Cooper, Andrusia, Barnes, Williams, Gibson, Brown, Doughtie, Newbern. Vi iji 1 ' ll ABOVE; Sports and Feature Editors - Sophia Sharp, Mitzi Bond, Larry Over- ton, Mike Alston. ABOVE RIGHT: Ad Layout - Mary Ann Doughtie, Michele Gibson; Cartoonist- Valerie Hutcherson, Judson Newbern, Connette Holloway. RIGHT: Journalism Class. Chief Editor: Margaret Jones Assistant Editor: Sammy Vaughan Business Manager: Rendy Rowe ABOVE: Curtis Gibsoi Junior Photographer. A and Terry Johnson, Juni Eure and Judson Newber tgrapher; Bobby Beard, ' RIGHT: Dennis Brown ors. RIGHT: Shelia ass Editors. Editor: Assistant Editor: Business Manager: Junior Editors: Photographer: Junior Photographer: Sports Editors: Advertisements: Class Editors: Margaret Jones Sammy Vaughan Rendy Rowe Dennis Brown Terry Johnson Curtis Gibson Bobby Beard Sherry Riddick Charles Hughes Shelia Gatling Katherine Hall Tom Greene Eddie Ferro Wanda Hurdle Michael Tucker Joan Earley Elizabeth Jernigan Shelia Eure Judson Newbern 1 pi j m Bi! mi 38 ADVERTISEMENTS: Katherine Hall, Shelia Gatling, Eddie Ferro and Tom Greene. CLASS EDITORS: Wanda Hurdle, Michael Tucker, Elizabeth Jernigan, and Joan Earley. SPORTS EDITORS: Charles Hughes and Sherry Riddick. Mr. Richard Rogers 39 Majorettes Perform With Spirit FRONT: Sally Foy - Chief; Janice Williams; Jo Ann Hill; Dale Moore; Belinda Davenport; Martha Blythe; Shelia Gatling. Senior Majorette; Williams Chief Majorette; Sally Foy 4C Junior Varsity Sports -tr i CHEERLEADERS: Nita Early, JoAnn Williford, Dalene Langley, Kathy Visor, Carolyn Burgess, Elaine Sumner, Agnes Thomas, Diana Wright, Lynne Clark, Kathy Baker, Chief. tmj: » M itf FIRST ROW: Mitchell, Futrell, Hall, Tann, Rose, Calemine, Basn , Godwin, Oliver, tlaw, M y. SECOND ROW: Holloman, Saunders, James, Spoon, Chitty, Mize Askew, Ward, Jon- Harrell, ht. THIRD ROW: Holloman, Askew, Eley, Burden, White, Earley, Do ghtie, Lassiter, Newso ' e. Pierce. 41 Flag Corps Joins AHS Band FLAG CORPS: Wright, Mustin, Carawan, Riddick, Burgess, Commander; Miller, Burgess, Miller, Burgess, Myers, Helmkemp, Rawls. 42 " We’ve Got the Pep! " CHIEF: Connette Holloway. 2nd ROW: Hope Beale, Jeanette Heath, Mary Ann Doughtie, Katherinee Hall. 3rd ROW: Paula Mitchell, Ann Miller, Sandie Barnes, Barbara Jones, Valerie Hutcherson, Gail Jones, Donna Pittman. SENIOR CHEERLEADERS: Mary Ann Doughtie, Gail Jones, Sandie Barnes. 43 Fire Brigade Skeeter Bryant Garner Keel - Fire Marshall Harold Burkett David Bazemore Ronnie Conner Steve Hill Jimmy Holloman Lee Vierson Senior Council Brenda Lewis Shawnee Smith Bill Henderson Rendy Rowe Thelma Francis Mark Newsome Winston P. King Billy Earley Wayne Benton Sammy L. Vaughan Bus Drivers Carl James Clinton Moore Sonny Burgess Billy Piland Andy Melvin Jimmy Ward Lyman Allen Tommy Lewis Constance Lane Lynn Mitchell Barbara Hall Gail Mitchell Barbara Callis Tommy May Genie Parker Jerry Blowe J.T. Jones Robert Russell Thelma Francis Grady Chamblee Bunny Powell Johnny Newsome 9 ’ Come Blow Your Horn. A band of Indians made up the Ahoskie High School marching band. Led by director Mr. Phil Green and drum major Rush Everett, the musicians oom-pah-pahed and marched through new routines for half time shows. Their performance has always called forth a feeling of pride in their accomplishment and in the school which they symbolize. And the band played on . . . OFFICERS: Sally Foy, Garner Keel, Band Captai Secretary-Treasurer; Linda ants; Ronnie Conner, Howar Ma ' tenance. ijorette; Rush Everett, Drum Major; Parker, Captain; Sherry Riddick, and Pee Mizelle, Uniform Lieuten- ; ohon, and Michael Basnight, 41 Homecoming Q Miss Sherry Ridd [M E u || gj3 Npp ft wM, lil £1 jpg W1 fi @9 Queen Candidates Class Attendants Miss Nancy Parker Freshman omore iss Donna Miss Shelia Gatling Football AHS 20 Roanoke Rapids 6 39 Gates County 7 27 Perquimans 0 26 Plymouth 20 33 Northampton 0 20 Scotland Neck 20 13 Bertie 19 7 Edenton 30 6 Williamston 13 13 Pasquotank 38 Golf Ahoskie Bertie Edenton Northampton Pasquotank Plymouth Scotland Williamston Junior Varsity FOOTBALL AHS 12 Bertie 0 6 Plymouth 12 20 Northampton 0 48 Scotland Neck 0 26 Bertie 0 19 Edenton 0 42 Williamston 0 34 Pasquotank 0 BASKETBALL AHS T arboro T arboro Scotland Neck Williamston Gates County Bertie Edenton Pasquotank Plymouth Northampton Perquimans Scotland Neck Williamston Gates County Bertie Edenton Pasquotank Plymouth Northampton Perquimans Cross-Country Basketball AHS Tarboro T arboro Scotland Neck Williamston Gates County Bertie Edenton Pasquotank Plymouth Northampton Perquimans Scotland Neck Williamston Gates County Bertie Edenton Pasquotank Plymouth Northampton Perquimans 5D Track Baseball AHS 2 Gates 0 0 Williamston 3 6 Bertie 9 1 Northampton 8 3 Hertford 2 4 Scotland Neck 2 4 Scotland Neck 2 2 Plymouth 0 0 Northampton 1 4 Hertford 8 7 Gates 4 3 Pasquotank 2 0 Williamston 3 6 Bertie 3 4 Edenton 6 Basketball Schedule Tarboro Tarboro Scotland Neck Williamston Gates Bertie Edenton Pasquotank Plymouth Northampton Perquimans Scotland Neck Williamston Gates Bertie Edenton Pasquotank Plymouth Northampton Perquimans Junior High Sports Basketball Football A t h 1 e t i c s 51 o o t b a 1 1 i Pi -ji m 4 l jf . f i ■ 8 i ■9 : r ,| P : • ■ ■ I i a I T 5; J if n w w » 9 an m fjaf o MB C£l FIRST ROW: Newsome, Henderson, Holloman, Pope, Peede, Greene, King, Overton, Ray. SECOND ROW: Over- ton, Steele, Davidson, Bryant, Piland, Pierce, Hughes, Herring, Hill. THIRD ROW: Allen, Bracy, Hill, Calais, Perry, Langley, Perry, Morris, Vann, Austin. COACHES: Mr. Richard Murray, Mr. Tommy Mitchell, Mr. Vernon Baker, Mr. Albert Vaughan, Head Coach. SENIOR GUARD AND LINEBACKER: Tommy Pope SENIOR TACKLE: Ronnie Ray Basketball 1st ROW: Hughes, Marsh, Callis, Vann. 2nd ROW: Eley, Morris, James, Newsome, Everette, Hill. Vann. Some they won Some they 3t . . . 57 But they’ll all be back This was a hard season for the Indians but they came through with a win¬ ning spirit. The team, composed of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, showed a great deal of promise, and will return with bright hopes for next year. A strong desire to win and tremendous school spirit highlighted Ahoskie High School basketball play. ■L 1 Is PH : Maidens 1st ROW: Darnell, Gatling, Riddick, Taylor, Weaver. 2nd ROW: Darden, Coach Mitchell, Jones. 3rd ROW: Felton, Fuller, Johnson, Cooper, Blanton, Mathias, Maggette, Callis, Winborne, Lassiter. i V This team of seventeen girls - one senior - has experienced the excitement of learning to play in a varsity game. Although the girls don ' t win all the games, the coach points out that he hopes that they have won a " never-say-die " spirit. Track 1st ROW: Revelle, Lassiter, Edwards, King, Newsome, Everette, Greene, Hill, Pope, Lewis. 2nd ROW: Rogers, Newsome, Hill, May, Davidson, Bazemore, Bracy, Johnson, Slade, Coggins, Evans. RELAY: Newsome, Hill, Bracy, Newsome HIGH JUMPERS: FRONT: Edwards. BACK: Everette, King. CONFERENCE PLACERS: Everett?, Bracy, Slade, Coggins, Lewis. Dennis Bracy win against Gates County. CROSS-COUNTRY: 1st ROW: Landry, Johnson. 2nd ROW; Coggins, Poplin, Slade. DISTANCE RUNNER: James Slade SHOT: Ronnie Lewis SHOT: Pope, Newsome. DISCUS: Greene, Hill. Coach Jim Stancil. |4 a« 1 f ■L HALF-MILE RUNNERS: May, Bracy. DISTANCE RUNNERS: FRONT: Johnson, Lassiter. BACK: Bracy, Slade, Coggins. SPRINTERS: Hill, Davidson, Newsome. Newsome, BRO ' MPERS: Edwards, mg. Re Bazemore. 63 Baseball ’67 FIRST ROW: Pope, Callis, Ray, Overton, Beaman, Hill, Godwin, Fairless. SECOND ROW: Overton, Coggins, Perry, Vann, Calemine, Overton, Turner. THIRD ROW: Pereira, Holloman, Bazemore, Marsh, Kinlaw, Alston, Peede, Oliver, Vann. 4 An Equal Part . . . PITCHERS: Larry Fairless, Leroy Turner, Tommy Overton, Ray Coggins. An Equal Place 65 With Different Values, Traditions, Personalities . . And a C nmon Goal to Win OUTFIELDERS Martin Hill Tommy Pope Ronnie Ray Tommy Godwin CATCHERS: Ronald Perry, Leslie Calemine. FRONT ROW: Michael Basnight, Gary Overton, GARY OVERTON CHARLES HERRING SECOND ROW: Charles Herring, Charles Hughes, David Basnight. CHARLES HUGHES LICKA L BASNP T 67 Classes SENIORS 69 JUNIORS 88 SOPHOMORES 96 FRESHMEN 104 EIGHTH GRADE 112 SEVENTH GRADE 116 68 s e n 1 o r s CLASS OFFICERS: Bill Henderson, President; Randy Van Loten, Vice-President; Rae Brown, Secretary; Thelma Francis, Treasurer. WAYNE LYMAN ALLEN RONALD LEE ASKEW LINDA SUE BAKER SANDRA LOU BARNES MAR ' WAYNE BENTON } HERINE SUSAN BLANCHARD :RY WALKER BLOWE ZI D .OND 69 Seniors DENNIS MICHAEL BRACY JAMES WILTON BRACY BRENDA JOYCE BRINKLEY GAIL WINIFRED BRITTON HILDA RAE BROWN JERRY KING BURCH CAROLYN LEE BURGESS CLAUDY FUTRELL BURGESS BRENDA KAY BYRD JAMES ROBERT BRYUM BARBARA JOAN CALLIS LLOYD STEVENSON CASPER SANDRA CORNELIA CASTELOW GRADY O’NEAL CHAMBLEE ORRIS GENE CLARK KATE HIBBLE COPELAND BETTY LEE DANIELS FELECIA PERRY DARDEN DIANNE ELIZABETH DILDAY J CE YVONNE ILDAY SENIOR HOMECOMING ATTENDANT: Mary Ann Doughtie and her escort Lee Vierson. Seniors JAMES ARTHUR DORSEY MARY ANN DOUGHTIE DONALD JACKSON EARLEY WILLIAM LUTHER EARLEY WILLIAM HOWARD EDWARDS THOMAS WAYNE EDWARDS JAMES ANTHONY ELLIS RONALD WAYNE EURE CURTIS ALLEN FARMER DARLENE KAY FARMER EVE ' ,KIE LOUISE FARMER ON DA FAYE FARMER ; WARD VI MON D FERRC 71 Seniors MICHAEL OLIVER FLEMING WALTER GERALD FLOYD THELMA LEE FRANCIS JAMES WEBB FULLER JUDITH FULLER CURTIS RAY GIBSON MICHELE GIBSON THOMAS WILLIAMS GREENE DEBORAH PAULA HARRELL HERMAN GODWIN ARMON WI AM WALTER i ENDERSON 7 Seniors RUDOLPH MILTON HERRIN FREDDIE JAMES HOLLOMAN HOWARD JAMES HOLLOMAN JOSEPH CLING HOLLOMAN, JR. SANDRA MARIE HORN JOSEPH CLAYTON HORTON ROBERT EARL HURDLE WANDA KAY HURDLE SHELIA ANNE IRELAND LARRY CARL JAMES BONNIE SHARON JARRETT ESSIE LINDA JONES GWENDOLYN FAYE JONES IRIS GAIL JONES MARGARET NEWSOME JONES JOSEPH GARNER KEEL WIN ' KING BR JDA CAROLYN KNIGHT LE )N LASSITER ! ENDA DIANNE LEWIS 73 Seniors CINDY SUE LIVERMAN SHIRLEY REBECCA MASON THOMAS MILTON MAY SHELIA FRANCIS McSWAIN PATRICIA ANN MELTON ANDREW CARROLL MELVIN LARRY NATHANIEL MERRITT CONSTANCE STAFFORD MILLEF WILLIAM TED MILLS ELLEN GAIL MITCHELL JO ELLEN MIZELLE CLINTON RAY MOORE JULIAN CORBELL MORRIS, JR. DORA LINDA MORRIS PATRICIA ELAINE MORRIS LAWRENCE STEVENSON MOUNTAIN PATRICIA RAY NEWBERN BRENDA JANE NEWSOME BRENDA JOYCE NEWSOME A HAWLETTA NEWSOME Dennis Bracy pulls ahead competitor Seniors JOHNNY LUJACK NEWSOME MARK EARL NEWSOME SHARON JANE NEWSOME MARY BELLE OUTLAND GARY PARKER OVERTON GENIE WIGGINS PARKER SANDRA JEAN PARKER VICTOR ANTHONY PARKER WILLIAM RAY PARKER FRANK McCOY PEEDE WII LIAK STEPHEN PI LAND .OMAS LEE POPE, JR. )HN MAi POPL1I ORETT i POWE, N Seniors WILLIAM RONNIE RAY HOPE BELINDA RIDDICK SHERRILL NELSON RIDDICK MARY ELIZABETH ROSE 1968-69 HOMECOMING QUEEN: Miss Sherry Riddick. RENDY ANN ROWE GLORIA EURIGHT SESSOMS BERNICE P. SHARPE ARTHUR BLAKELY SLAUGHTER SHAWNEE CAMILLE SMITH MARY ELIZABETH STAPLES J Seniors SUSIE VIOLA SUMNER ROBERT DONALD TANN NANCY STEVENSON TAYLOR SHIRLEY ANN TAYLOR MICHAEL HASKINS TUCKER LEROY TURNER, JR. CHARLES WALTER UMPHLETTE RANDY LEE VAN LOTON SAMMY LEE VAUGHAN DOAN LD LEROY VIERSON, JR. JAMES ALLEN WALL SHIRLEY ANN WEAVER LINDA GAIL WHITE JAMES ALAN WIGGINS JANICE MARIE WILLIAMS REBECCA GENEVIA WILLIAMS LII MAURICE INBORNE 77 RONALD ASKEW SANDRA LOU BARNES Pow Wow Staff 2,3- Editor 4; JV Cheerleader 1,2 - Varsity 3,4; FHA 1, 2 - President 3,4; Beta 3,4; FCA 4; Student Council 3; Marshal 3; Pep Club - Program Chm. 4; Superlative - Most Intelligent; Varsity Club 4; Citizenship Award 2. MARVIN WAYNE BENTON FFA 1, 2; Senior Council 4; Pep Club 4; DE 3,4. KATHERINE SUSAN BLANCHARD Basketball 1; Girls Track 1,2; Pep Club 4. JERRY WALKER BLOWE Bus Driver 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; Varsity Foot¬ ball 2, 3 - JV 1; FFA 4; VICA 2. MITZI DALE BOND Pow Wow Staff 3,4; Beta 3,4; Marshal 3. DENNIS MICHAEL BRACY Band 1,2,3; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4 - All Conference 3; Golf 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; FCA 4. JAMES WILTON BRACY JV Basketball 1,2 - Varsity 3; Football - JV 1; DE 4; Pep Club 4. GAIL WINIFRED BRITTON FHA 2,3,4; Homecoming Candidate 4. HILDA RAE BROWN Girls Track 1; Drama Club - Sec. 2; Monogram Club 2; Basketball Mgr. 2; Student Council 3; Class Sec. 4; Pep Club 4. CAROLYN LEE BURGESS Student Council 3; Flag Corps Commander 4. CLAUDY FUTRELL BURGESS JV Football 1; Bus Driver 3,4; VICA 3,4; Pep Club. BRENDA KAY BYRD ROGER BYRUM VICA 3,4; FFA 1,2. BARBARA JOAN CALLIS FHA 1; Bus Driver 3,4; recoming Candidate 4; Citizenship Award 3. LOYD STEVENSON CASPER Basketball JV 1,2,3; FCA 4. SANDRA CORNELIA CASTELOW DE 3,4; FHA 2. GRADY O’NEAL CHAMBLEE FFA 1, 2; Bus Driver 3,4; Pep Club 4. JANICE FAY CLARK DE 4. ORRIS GENE CLARK Band 1; Glee Club 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; JV Football 1,2; Pep Club 4; JV Basketball 1. KATE HIBBLE COPELAND Health Career Club 2,3; JV Basketball 1,2; FHA 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3,4. FELECIA PERRY DARDEN FHA Pres. 1; Dramatics Club 1; Glee Club 1; Pep Club 4; Homecoming Court 4. DIANNE ELIZABETH DILDAY FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer 4; Pep Club 4. JAMES ARTHUR DORSEY MARY ANN DOUGHTIE FHA 1,2,3 - Secretary 2; Pow Wow Staff 2,3,4; Girls Track Team 1; Student Council 1; Class Officer Sec. -Treas. 2; Varsity Club 4; JV Cheerleader 1, 2 - Chief 1 - Varsity 3,4; Pep Club 4; Miss School Spirit 4; Senior Attendant 4; Superlative - Best All-Around. WILLIAM LUTHER EARLEY DE 3,4; FFA 4; Track 1; Senior Council 4. DONALD JACKSON EARLEY JV Football 1, 2; Pep Club 4. WILLIAM HOWARD EDWARDS FFA 1, 2; VICA 1. THOMAS WAYNE EDWARDS FFA 1,2,4; VICA 1,2; JV Football 1; Bus Driver 4. JAMES ANTHONY ELLIS JV Football 1 - Varsity 2,3; Varsity Club 3,4; JV Basketball 1; Student Council 4; Baseball 3. RONALD WAYNE EURE Football 2; FFA 3; DE 3,4; Bus Driver 2,3; Pep Club. ALLEN FARMER FFA 1; VICA 4. 8 EVELYN ANN FARMER FHA 1, 2,3; Pep Club 4; DE 3, 4 - Flistorian 3; Citi¬ zenship Award 2. JACKIE LOUISE FARMER Band 1,2; Pep Club 4. DARLENE KAY FARMER Varsity Club 2,3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 2; FHA 1; Pep Club 4; DE 3,4. EDWARD RAYMOND FERRO Class Officer - Vice-President; Annual Staff 4. GERALD FLOYD FFA 1,2; VICA 3,4; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 2; Basketball 2. THELMA LEE FRANCIS DE 4, Student Council 3; Senior Council 4; FHA 2, 3,4; Pep Club - Vice Pres. 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Class Officer - Treasurer 4; Citizenship AwarB 3; Superla¬ tive - Best Personality. JAMES WEBB FULLER JV Basketball 1; JV Football 1,2; Stuuent Council 2; Pep Club 4; Superlative - Best Dressed. JUDITH FULLER FHA 1; Pep Club - Secretary 4. MICHELE GIBSON Band 1; Speech Club 1; Pow Wow 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 4; Beta 3,4 - Treasurer 4; Sen¬ ior Superlative - Prettiest Girl. THOMAS WILLIAMS GREENE JV Football 2 - Varsity 3,4; Track 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; FCA 4; Annual Staff 4; Student Council 1; Band 1,2,3; Pep Club 4. HERMAN GODWIN HARMON Track 1, 2,3; DE 3, 4; Pep Club 4. PAULA HARRELL Pep Club 4. WILLIAM WALTER HENDERSON Class Officer - President 4; JV Football 1,2 - Varsity 3,4; Superlative - Most Popular; Varsity Club 3,4 - Vice-President 4; Student Council 1,4; FCA 3,4; Track 2; Pep Club 4. RUDOLPH MILTON HERRING Track 1; Baseball 4. FREDDIE JAMES HOLLOMAN FFA - Officer 4; VICA 4. JAY HOLLOMAN HOWARD JAMES HOLLOMAN Varsity Club 3,4; JV Football 1,2- Varsity 3,4; Baseball 3,4; FCA 4; Fire Brigade 4; Pep Club 4. SANDRA HORN Pep Club JOSEPH CLAYTON HORTON JV Football 1, 2; DE 3,4. ROBERT EARL HURDLE DE 1,2; FFA 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Club 4. WANDA KAY HURDLE DE 3 - District Secretary - Treasurer 4; Annual Staff 4.- LARRY CARL JAMES Superlative - Best Personality; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 4. PECOLIA FRANCINE JARMOND FHA 1, 2; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 4; Pep Club 4; Beta 3, 4. BONNIE JARRETT DE 3; Glee Club 4. IRIS GAIL JONES Varsity Cheerleader 4; Basketball 2; Track 1; Pep Club 4. ESSIE LINDA JONES Basketball 3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 4; Pep Club. MARGARET NEWSOME JONES Beta 3,4 - Secretary 3; Marshal 3; Annual Staff 3 - Editor 4; Superlative - Most Likely to Succeed; Pep Club 4. JOSEPH GARNER KEEL Band 1,2,3,4 - Captain 4; Track 2; Citiz Award 3; Student Council Chaplain 4; Fi 3; Fire Marshal 4; Student of the Mo i; Pep Club 4; Superlative - Most Talented. WINSTON PEOPLES KING JV Footbal Varsity Football 2, - Co-Cai in 4; Basket 1,2; Track 3,4; Gle lub 1; : lub 79 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Student Council 2,4 - President 4; Mr. School Spirit 4; Junior Class Vice President 3; Senior Council 4; FCA 4 - Vice President 4; Col¬ or Guard 1; Superlative - Best All Around; Typist, Annual Staff 4. LEON LASSITER Track Team 3. BRENDA DIANNE LEWIS Pep Club 4; Beta Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Sen¬ ior Council 4; Band 1,2, 3,4. CINDY SUE LIVERMAN FHA 1, 2; DE 4. SHIRLEY REBECCA MASON Glee Club 3,4; Pep Club 4. THOMAS MILTON MAY Track 2,3; Cross Country 3; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Bus Driver 4; FFA 4; DE 4. SHELIA McSWAIN Pep Club 4; Glee Club 4. ANDREW CARROLL MELVIN Football 1,2; Bus Driver 3,4; Pep Club 4; Superla¬ tive - Wittiest. LARRY NATHANIEL MERRITT Glee Club 1, 2; Track 2, 3; Fire Marshal 4; DE 4. PATRICIA ANN MELTON Glee Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; FHA 1; Basketball 3 - Manager 4; FCA 3. CONSTANCE STAFFORD MILLER Band 1, 2, 3,4; Office Assistant 4; Pep Club 4; Flag Corp 4. TED MILLS Band 1,2,3; Pep Club 4; French Club 1,2; Glee Club 1. ELLEN GAIL MITCHELL Glee Club 1; FHA 3,4; DE 3,4 - Secretary-Treasurer 3; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 4. JO ELLEN MIZELLE FHA 2; Student Counci 1 • Library Assistant 2,3. CLINTON RAY MOORE FA 1, 2, 3,4; Pep Club A Bus Driver 4; Band 1; Basketball 1. JULIAN CORBELL MORRIS, JR. Student Council 1, 2;,Football 1,2; Band 1; Pep Club 4; Superlative - Best Looking Boy. DORA LINDA MORRIS Library Assistant 2. PATRICIA ELAINE MORRIS Student Council 1; JV Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 4; DE 3,4 - Parliamentarian 4. LAWRENCE STEVENSON MOUNTAIN Band 1, 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Pep Club 4; Marshal 3; Class President 1; Band Vice-President 2; Superla¬ tive - Most Likely To Succeed. BRENDA JANE NEWSOME Pep Club 4. BRENDA JOYCE NEWSOME Beta Club 3,4; Pep Club 4; Marshal 3. EVA HAWLETTA NEWSOME FHA 1; Pep Club 4; Band 1,2, 3,4. MARK EARL NEWSOME JV Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Track 2,3,4; JV Basketball 1,2; Student Council 4; Senior Coun¬ cil 4; Pep Club 4; Varsity Club 3,4; FFA 1,2,3. SHARON JANE NEWSOME Glee Club 3; Pep Club 4. PATRICIA RAY NEWBERN Citizenship Award 1; Assistant Librarian 1,2; Pep Club 4. JOHNNY LUJACK NEWSOME JV Football 1, 2; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 4. MARY BELLE OUTLAND Student Council - Secretary, Treasurer 2; Class Of¬ ficer - Treasurer 3; Beta 3; Homecoming Court 4; Superlative - Sweetest Girl. GARY PARKER OVERTON JV Football 1,2 - Varsity 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Golf 1, 2,3,4; FCA 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Student Council 2,4; Pep Club 4. WILLIAM RAY PARKER JV Football 1; Glee Club 1; DE 4; Bus Driver 3,4. •0 GENE WIGGINS PARKER Track Team 1; Bus Driver 4 SANDRA JEAN PARKER FRANK PEEDE JV Football 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Pep Club 4; FCA 4; Varsity Football 3,4; Track 4. THOMAS LEE POPE, JR. Football 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Var¬ sity Club 2, 3,4; Pep Club 4; FCA 3,4- President 3, 4; Beta Club 3,4; Marshal 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Class President 3; Citizenship Award 2; All-Confer¬ ence - All-East 4. JOHN MAHER POPLIN, JR. Track 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Varsity Club 3,4; FCA 4. LORETTA JEAN POWELL Girls Track 1; Beta Club 3; Bus Driver 3,4; Pep Club 4. RONALD WILLIAM RAY JV Football 1,2; Varsity Club 4 - President 4; Var¬ sity Football 3,4; FCA 3; Glee Club 1. HOPE BA LINDA RIDDICK Glee Club 4; Pep Club 4; FHA 1,2; Guidance Com¬ mittee 2; Library Assistant 4. SHERRILL NELSON RIDDICK Student Council 1, 2; Class President 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 - Personnel Lt. 3 - Secretary 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Annual Staff - Sports Editor 4; Track 1; Home¬ coming Attendant 1,3; Homecoming Queen 4; FCA 4 - Sec. 4; Varsity Club 3,4 - Sec. 4; Beta Club 3 - Historian 3; Superlative - Most Popular. MARY ELIZABETH ROSE Glee Club 1,2; FHA 3; Library Assistant 3. RENDY ANN ROWE Class Officer - Sec. -Treas. 1; Citizenship Award 1, 3; Student Council 2,4 - Corresponding Secretary 2; Class Officer - Secretary 3; Band 1,2,3 - Uniform Lt. 3; Pep Club 4; Annual Staff - Business Manager 4; Senior Council 4; Superlative - Best Dressed. GLORIA EURIGHT SESSOMS Glee Club 4; FHA 1,2. SHAWNEE CAMILLE SMITH Dramatics 1; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; FHA 1; Governor ' s School 3; Senior Council 4; Class Secretary 1. AUTHUR BLAKELY SLAUGHTER FFA 1; VICA 1,2. MARY ELIZABETH STAPLES FHA 1; Library Assistant 1,2; Glee Club 4. SUSIE VIOLA SUMNER DE 3,4; Library Assistant 3,4. ROB.ERT D. TANN Band 1; Recreation Crew 1; JV Basketball 2; Cross Country 3; Varsity Basketball 4. NANCY TAYLOR Future Teachers 1,2,3; Dramatics 2,3; Jr. Beta Club 2; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; DE 4; Monogram Club 2,3. SHIRLEY ANN TAYLOR JV Cheerleader 1, 2; Pep Club 4. LEROY TURNER Baseball 1,2,3,4; JV Basketball 1; JV Football 1,2; Student Council 1; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Track 1; FCA 4. SAMMY LEE VAUGHAN Band 1,2,3,4 - Uniform Lt. 2 - 1st Lt. 3; Student Council 1,2 - Vice-President 3; Class President 1; All State Band 2; Beta Club 3,4 - President 4; Chief Marshal 3; Governor’s School 4; Senior Council 4; Annual Staff - Assistant Editor 4; Superlative - Most Intelligent. BERNICE SHARPE Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; FHA 1; Track 1. 81 RANDY LEE VAN LOTEN Class President 1; Vice President 4; Assembly com¬ mittee 1; Student Council 1, 3; Band 3,4; Basket¬ ball 1; Baseball 1; Soccer 1,2; Executive Com¬ mittee 1. DONALD LEROY VIERSON, JR, J.V, Football 1,2; Track 2; Fire Brigade 2,4; Pep Club 4. JAMES ALLEN WALL Bus Driver 4; Football 1,2; Track 2,3. SHIRLEY ANN WEAVER Majorette Squad 1; Glee Club 3,4; FHA 1; Pep Club 4; Basketball 1. LINDA GAIL WHITE Library Assistant 1; DE 3. JAMES ALLEN WIGGINS JV Football 2; Track 2; Bus Driver 3,4; DE 4. JANICE MARIE WILLIAMS Glee Club 3; Majorette 3,4; Pep Club 4; DE3,4 - Vice-President 3 - District Vice-President 3 - President 4; DE Sweetheart 4; FHA 1,3; Citizen¬ ship Award 1. REBECCA GENEVIA WILLIAMS FHA 2; Glee Club 2; Pep Club 4; DE 4. LINDA MAURICE WINBORNE FHA 1,2. HOMECOMING QUE CANDIDATES: Sherry Riddick, Michele Gibson, Gail Britton, Barbara Callis, Bonnie Outland, Felecia Da n. Who’s Who Among Students In Ahoskie High School Best All Around MARY ANN DOUGHTIE WINSTON KING Most Athletic RAE BROWN GARY OVERTON 83 Prettiest Girl MICHELLE GIBSON Best Looking Boy Twenty-Four Seniors Honored Most Intelligent SANDIE BARNES Best Dressed RENDY ROWE WEBB FULLER SAMMY VAUGHAN J. C. MORRIS Most Likely To Succeed MARGARET JONES STEVE MOUNTAIN Sweetest Girl BONNIE OUTLAND Nicest Boy VICTOR PARKER wm 85 Best Personality THELMA FRANCIS CARL JAMES Most Talented SHAWNEE SMITH GARNER KEEL 6 Best Dancers Who’s Who, 1969 87 CLASS OFFICERS: Rush Everette, President; Charles Hughes, Vice-President; Elizabeth Wiggins, Secretary; Dianne Perry, Treasurer. Wanda Alexander Mike Alston Kenneth Askew Jean Baggett James Bailey Angela Evans Jerry Baker Nancy Baker David Bazemor- Hope Beale Jo Ann Belch Barbara Bell £ Martha Blythe Gayle Bradley Dennis Brown John Brown Meiggs Brown Shirley Brown Skeeter Bryant Winnie Byrum Harold Burkett Chuck Callis Jack Casper Jan Chamblee Ray Coggins Richard Cowan Belinda Davenport Gerald Davidson Linda DeBerry Janet Doughtie Joyce Downs Brenda Earley Joan Earley Timmy Edwar Jimmy Ei Pat Eure 89 Joan Evans Spencer Evans Rush Everett Ed Fairless Terry Farmer Sharon Felton Sharon Flood Sally Foy Betty Futrell John Futrell Tony Fuller Dwight Hall Katherine Hall Patricia Hall Jennifer Harrell Mike Harrell Jeanette Heath Jennifer Helm- Charlie Herrin Tim Herring Jimmy Hewitt Ben Hill Steve Hill Brenda Hoggard Julie Holloman Jupe Holloman Connette Holloway Janet Howard Charles Hughes Gary Hurdle Valerie Hutcherson Floyd James Carolyn Jenkins Elizabeth Jernigan Earl Johnson Terry Johnson Billie Jones J. T. Jones Marvin Jones Ricky Joyner Constance Lane Terry Langley Billy Lass Donald 91 Gloria Lassiter Paulette Lassiter Calvin Lee Edgar Lewis Tommy Lewis Cheryl Magette Kathy Martin Jeanette Mathias Howard McGlohon William McGraw Carroll Melton Lynn Mitchell Charlotte Mizelle Patricia Mizelle Dale Moore Charlie Morris Gary Morris Johnny Muse Marvola Newsome Raycine Nichols Mike Oliver Rae Outland Larry Overton Rodney Overtoi n Sidney Overton Tommy Overton Phillip Page Gail Parker Nancy Parker Mike Peede Cathi Pereira Dianne Perry Ronald Perry Rosa Perry Mike Pierce Stuart Pierce Wayne Piland Donna Pittman Kathy Poplin Gary Purvis Carol Ridd Freda Ri 93 Robert Russell Joyce Sessoms Sophia Sharp James Slade James Smallwood Jimmy Smolen Mary Tann Janet Taylor Mike Thomas Marcus Vann Nita Vaughan Jimmy Ward Pat Ward Dale Weatherbee Jo Ann Wea ' ; Ricky Whale Linwood White Bonnie Wiggins 94 k- Carlton Wiggins Elizabeth Wiggins Judy Wiggins Addison Williams Annie Williams Wayne Willoughby Junior Quarterbacks: Charles Hughes and Chuck Callis 95 CLASS OFFICERS: Secretary Treasurer Shelia Eure; President Ronnie Conner; Vice-President Shelia Gatling. Jo Ann Andrusia George Askew Jerry Askew Virginia Askew Mary Avory Linda Ayers Anthony Brett Jeff Bridges Carolyn Brinkley Jackie Brinkley Jewell Brown Pat Bunch Alphanso L ien Carolyn Bur ss Luther Byrd ’6 Sophomores Emily Johnson, Nancy Blanton, and Sheila Gatling, know that practice makes perfect! Billy Baggett Richard Baggette Kathy Baker Alan Barnes Ann Barnes Joyce Barnes David Basnight Michael Basnight Mike Baugham Bobby Beard Nancy Blanton Ren Bracy Glenn Brickhouse Leslie Calemine Deborah Callis Sherrie Carawan David Chamblee Ernest Castelow Evelyn Chamblee Phyllis Chamblee Trent Chavis Jimmy C : a Clark atricia C’arke vandra Clark onnie Conner usan Coop Donna Crawford 97 Jack Crenshaw Sheryl Darnell Debbie Darden Shirley Davis Patricia Dixon Tony Doughtie Mike Earley Connie Edwards Calvin Eley Linda Emory Kathy Eure Sheila Eure Shirley Evans Shirley Fairless Keith Felton Molly Felton Marcelle Ferro Phyllis Flood Tony Fornes Alice Francis David Futrell Mitcheline Gatling Sheila Gatling Wanda Gibson Jimmy Godwin Wallace Godwin Portia Hall Waynard Hall Beverly Harrell Bobby Harrell C ester Harrell Better not drop it! 8 Sophomores Judson Newbern and Sheila Eure, Sophomore Class Editors identifying class pictures. Grant Harrell Wayne Harrell David Harris Richard Harris Steve Hewitt Jo Ann Hill Ricky Hoggard Steve Hoggard Lynette Holloman Julius Holloman Kathy Hurdle Jimmy Hyatt Curtis James Charles Jenkins Clawson Jemigan Emily Johnson Mark Johnson Barbara Jones Buddy Jones Janet Jones Sheila Jones Linda Jordan Larry Joyner Terry Jm Micha 1 Kinlaw B y Landry c-ne Langley well Lassiter Sammy Lassister Curtis Lewter Marty Mao Judi Matson Sophomores Anne Miller David Miller Teresa Miller Evelyn Mitchell Paula Mitchell Louis Mizelle Estelita Moore Eddie Morris Jerry Morris Mike Morris Marsha Mustain Rita Myers Judson Newbern Carolyn Newsome Creech Newsome Jerome Newsome Joseph Newsome Louis Newsome David Oliver arry Overton teve Perira George Perry Larry Perry 00 Sophomores clash with Seniors in Saturday basketball game Sophomores Ken Phelps Frank Pierce Linwood Pierce Terry Prichard Gail Proctor Janice Rankins Charles Ransome Francis Rawls Nita Rawls William Revelle Jeff Rose Christabell Satlerwhite Charles Saunders Steve Smith Brenda Dan n Sur ales Steele me Sumner ee Sumner ay Sumner iernie Tay Anne Ter 101 Sophomores Agnes Thomas Dianne Tinkham Tommy Tinkham Foye Tood Rochelle Vann Teresa Venerabe Kathy Viser Tim Ward Joseph Watford Nannette Weaver Johnny White Joan Whitley Phyllis Wiggins Dinah Williams Johnny Williams Susan Williams Jo Ann Williford Linda Winborne Keith Wright William Wynnes ott Farmer 1 ana Wright Sophomore Attendant, Sheila Gatling and her escort, Larry Joyner. Clint Steele, defensive end, and Donnis Perry, kicker, proved to be promising players this past season. Cheerleaders boost spirit as the Indians prepare to come on the field for another victory. Newly formed flag corps performs in Christmas parade. Terry Joyner, a sophomore, rides through Ahoskie on her pony promoting school spirit in the home¬ coming parade. F r e s h m e n v Jj§ A TML -Vi sflT r -VfMa Vvtfa p54Wlp V ' ▼ Ag . L i ' • a- » I • j. ' ■ 1 1 I i rafthfr 71 1 --ng - if tFj ijLrfj! I f ' f ii Bt r - . U 1 jffjHr N CLASS OFFICERS: Lewis Mizelle, President: Barbara Hodges, Secretary-Treasurer; Buddy Jones, Vice-Pres¬ ident. 104 Dwight Allen Jann Alston Trent Ambrose Barbara Askew Horace Avery Bobby Baggett Becky Bagby Stewart Bazemore Betty Belch Robert Bell Jaye Blake Richard Bland William Bland Laura Boone Cameron Bowser Freshmen Patricia Bower Marshall Bradley Mike Bradley Ray Brinkley Charlotte Britt Delia Brown Leelu Brown Sandy Brown Thelbert Brown Dan Bryant Jimmy Bryant Susie Byrum William Burden Elton Callis Bennie Castelow Brenda Chamblee Tommy Chamblee Rhonda Crawford James Cooke Henry Cooke Charles Corbitt Renee Cotton Ronnie Cotton Lyriette Darnell Cynthia Davenport Michael Davidson Brent Dilday Cheryl Dilday Linda Downs 105 Freshmen Melea Epps Edith Evans Malinda Evans Nolen Evans Patricia Everett Phyllis Flood Barbara Farmer Amy Feher Marva Fischer Steve Fleming Rheta Fly the Jane Freeman Sandra Fuller Judy Futrell Mary Futrell Sharon Godwin Ellen Harris Margaret Hill Barbara Hodges Michael Hollo man Beverly Howard Patricia Hrnter Sandra Hall Warren Hall Danny Hankins IC 6 Freshmen Bruce Harmon Debbie Harrell Martha Harrell Leadon James Pamella Jarmond L. C. Jarrett Jacqueline Jenkins Jerry Jenkins Patricia Jenkins Jeffry Jernigan Cindy Jones Earl Jones Bill Jordan Dianne Jordan Linda Jordan Maxine Joyner Mike Joyner Edward Konderla Frans Langdonck Anthony Lassiter Pam Lassiter Sandra Lassiter Donald Liverman Beth McKim Betty Merritt Becky Morris Sara Minton Carolyn Mitchell Jaye Mitchell 107 Freshmen Jewell Mitchell Randy Mizelle Bill Mobley Jimmy Moore Greg Muir Barbara Mullen Debbie Mustain Darris Newsome Lee Newsome Lou Newsome Jernade Newsome Margaret Newsome Janet Newburn Shirley Outlaw Brenda Overton Jeanne Overton Brent Parker Linda Parker Donnis Perry Elaine Perry Jacqueline Pierce Bruce Pittman Patty Poplin Evelyn Ransome Cheryl Rawls Joni Rawls Nita Rawls Keith Renner Robert Revelle Freshmen Gary Robbins Jane Rogerson Louise Russell Maxine Sessoms Ronnie Smith Donna Steele Leonard Sumner Linda Sadler Grady Saunders Phyllis Sewell Margaret Sharpe Andre Simmons Eddie Smith Robert Smith William Tann Cathy Taylor Wilber Terry Stacie Tillery Sharon Umphlette Theresa Vann Stevie Wall Lynne Wallace Ricky Wallace Cheryl Whitaker Earl White Rodney White Edward Wiggins rt Wiggins on Wiggins Wommack 109 Snaps • • • 6 S t ' ®4 Presently, it’s over, yet never forgf en Eighth Grade Betty Alexander Beth Alston Gail Ambrose Phyllis Ashe Keith Askew Danny Baggett Martha Barnes Dennis Bazemore Leon Bazemore Temperence Bazemore Bonnie Boyette Bobby Blowe Don Bracy Geil Bracy Jetta Brett Bobby Brinkley Kathy Brinkley Cris Britton Pat Britton Bobby Bracy Chip Brown David Brown Joyce Brown Mary Brown Virginia Brown Delores Burden Billy Wayne Burgess Linaa Callis Cathy Chalk Brenaa Clark Marsha Clark Mark Clodfelter Wanda Coggins Ray Conner Joyce Cooke Celeste Cowan Gail Davenport Ricky Davis I 2 Eighth Grade Cindy Dilday L. T. Downs Darlene Edwards Paula Edwards Judy Evans Danny Farmer Donnie Farmer Ruth Farmer Mike Fischer Dawn Fleetwood Jimmy Floyd Anna Freeman Jennifer Grant Billy Greene Glenn Griegs Nelda Godwin Peggy Godwin Billy Harrell James Harrell Jewel Harrell Marshall Harrell Sheryl Harrell Sheloy Heath Jeff Hoggard Kent Hoggard Davy Holloman Portia Holloman Willie Holloman Valerie Horne Aleasa Jenkins Benjamin James Paul Johnson James Jones Keith Jones Yvonne Jones A1Joyner Paul Knechtges Phillip Konderla Craig Kornegay Jimmy Lassiter Junior Lassiter Kenneth Lassiter Paula Lassiter Vicky Lassiter Brian Lewis Kenneth Lewter Alexis Lipsitz Lynn Li verm an Sharon Lowe Gwen Martin Mary Melton Cindy Miller Tommy Minton Floyd Mitchell Doug Mizelle Larry Morn Marsha Glenn Mart! Cane ewsome Ton sewton Co: orris Ka owell 113 Eighth Grade Dan Odom Mike Outland Patricia Outland Lin Overby Dennis Overton Keith Overton Kent Overton Avery Parker Bob Parker Dianne Parker Cora Parker Larry Parker Barton Pearce Lois Perry Eugene Pharr Gregory Pierce Ronnie Piland Whit Powell Albert Procter Dianne Rawls Robert Rawls Tommy Ray Bonnie Robinson Dee Rogers Bob Rowe Alfred a Saunders Stan Sewell Johnny Shores Randy Skinner Bonnie Smith Janet Staples Rene Stoifel Dinah Sumner Patricia Tillery Dottie Todd The Chowan River at peace now, but awaiting a summer of skiing and swimming. Shelia Turnage Ryan Umphlette Billy Vann Jo Ann Vaughan Gilbert Vaughan Linda Viser 4 Donald Wynn Tony Wiggins Denise Wiggins A Eighth Grade Patsy Watson Leah Wiggins Bernie Williams Stanley Williams Larry Watson James Wiggins Seventh and eighth grade Chorus wait to perform. AHS Band marches eight to five in afte oon practice. 115 Seventh Grade Regina Allei Bobby Askew Curtis Askew David Askew Terry Askew Anne Beasley Tom Bazemore Ray Belch Sandy Blythe Glenda Bowen Allen Brickhouse Rose Brickhouse Liz Bridges Mike Bridges Sidney Britt Denise Britton Diane Brown John ' Brown Jimmy Brown Kenny Burgess Earl Byrum Cathy Calemine Charlene Callis David Callis Larry Callis Johnny Cambell Bobby Casper Susan Cherry Joanna Chitty Bobby Clark Don Collier Lynn Copelanc Warren Cox Donnie Craft Sheryl Davidson Chip Dilday Robert Dilday Robbie Dixon Earl Doughtie Mike Dowdy Ricky Earley Michael Farmer Susan Farmer Emmie Felton Sue Fields Jeff Fleming f kLAkiLl Curtis Flood Lydia Floyd Joseph Futrell N ' Earl Godwin Gregory Goss Brenda Gregory Ricky Hall Katice Hall Alice Harrell Joan Harrell Nancy Harrell Russelle Harrell Brenda Harmon Calvin Hawkins Charlie Hill Beth Hoggard Penny Holloman Sharon Holloman Keith Horne Dennis Horton Angela Hunter Lucien Hutcherson Jennifer Hyatt Patricia Ireland Robert Ireland Karen James Dianne Jenkins Becky Johnson Jarvia Jones Steve Jones John Scott Jordan Carol Landry Kitty Langendonk Bruce Lassiter Sallie Lassiter Jimmy Leake Robert Lewis Donna Linberger Elaine Liverman Patsy Liverman Roger Liverman Mary Lovegrave Kathy Lukt. Bobby Lylthe Barbara Matson Larry Matthews Denise McClees Susie McCoy Mariam Melton Sheree Miller Arthur Minton Jenny Mobley Alvin Moore Minnie Morris Rhonda Morris Susie Morri W alter Larry Rick Debt kvsome Suz iewsom- Ton erton Joh arker 117 Kyle Pearce Mike Perry Judy Pierce Chris Piland Jeff Pittman Mike Proctor Nathan Pope Dwight Ransome Danny Rawls Lee Rawls Marty Rawls Ricky Rawls Tommy Ray Robert Reese Rohn Renner Coletta Revelle Priscilla Riddick Dianne Sawyer Lisa Sellars Hunter Sharp Jayme Sharp Starkey Sharp Sharon Simmons Karen Skinner Bonnie Smith Ginger Spence Rose Spivey Debbra Spoon Perry Sumner Cecelia Tann Grouson Taylor Kathy Taylor Pam Toda Sherry Turnage Michael Umphlett Tony Vaughan Donnie Venable Becky Vinson Joey Ward Jerry Warmack William Washington Travis Watford Lynn West Mike Whitaker Nyoka Wiggins Eadie Williford Audrey White Richie White Lynne Williams Vernon Williams s 18 Advertisements ■ COSMETICS 119 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. R. A. ANDERSON DR. D. P. BOYETTE DR. J. B. BROWN DR. J. L. DARDEN DR. A. Y. EAGLES DR. E. R. FERRO DR. J. L. FRANK DR. T. E. LEARY DR. J. G. MATHESON DR. J. B. RUFFIN DR. C. J. SAWYER DR. E. T. VISER DR. G. H. WADSWORTH Suburban Propane Gas Service Anywhere 107 Railroad Street Ahoskie, Phone - 332-4211 Do Your Shopping at L. and L. GROCERY Harrellsville, N. C. Compliments of AHOSKIE TIRE SERVICE t , Ahoskie, N. C. N. C. Dennis Bracy and Bonnie Outland discover that the timers on those vault doors really work. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY - 1 SS " ' ® 1 Si ' Hill m f fe i ' ; r [SjJgl 1 r Jimmy Holloman makes a wonderful clerk as Bunny Powell can prove. wAtk tjoa d cto ... ijowi Qtatoiiptiou. ifr— WALKER DRUG CO., INC. WALGREEN AGENCY 11 7 Main St. Ahoskie, N. C. Your HONDA Dealer SMALL MOTORS AND SERVICE CO. Murfreesboro, N. C. SILCO in T own Prices Stay Down Compliments of BEALE ' S SUPERETTE Best Wishes for a Successful F uture F rom JONES, JONES JONES 332 E. Main St. Ahoskie, N. C. Congratulations Class of 1969 GARRETT ' S SHOES, INC. Ahoskie, N. C. LUCAS MACHINE WORKS General Repair Work Machine, Acetylene and Electric Welding Portable Welding 332-3522 Nights - 332-2054 U. S. 13 South Ahoskie, N. C Compliments of OVERTON ' S BARBER SHOP 233 Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. POWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Savings to Policy Holders Since 1939 Ahoskie, N. C Compliment of A. MONK, . M. CHAS. H. JENKINS AND COMPANY, INC. A Complete Line of GENERAL MOTORS Products Dependable Garage Service The 1969 Grand Prix is being admired by Curtis Gibson and Mary Ann Doughtie as the car for the ' 69 jet-set. BRITTON’S ESSO " Put a tiger in your tank. " 520 West Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. 332-2361 Compliments of CROANOKE MOTORS Pra ttiMt mint c (MeU ' ne t " Promptness and Satisfaction " 114 S. Catherine St. Ahoskie, N. C. Agricultural Loans ROANOKE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOC. Ahoskie, North Carolina Compliments of MANHATTAN CAFE " A nicer place to stay " A Quality Courts Motel TOMAHAWK MOTEL Serving Fine Food - Choice Steaks Chicken, and Seafood. " Pow Wow Room Catering to Clubs, Banquets, and Private Parties. " TOMAHAWK RESTAURANT Ahoskie " Best WL Clas s h :.NTON ' S N. C. Ahoskie, es to the N. C. 332-2907 R. C. MASON AND SON ' 69. " .EANERS " An old-fashioned country store. " Har rellsville , N. C. 22 JOHN’S LTD. For Men Gant Cricketeer Cricketeer Botany Corbin College Hall Au stin Hill, Ltd. Cox Moore JOHNNA’S LTD. For Women Villager John Meyer McMullen Austin Hill, Ltd. Daney Aigner Misty Harbor Compliments of MAYOR CHARLES I. PIERCE ROWE TRACTOR CO., INC. U. S. 13 South Ahoskie, North Carolina ZJarheel (Rank 7jruit Co. Organized in 1904 Gatesville, N. C. Lewiston, N. C. Winton, N. C. Each cWpo«ltor Insured to (l OOO " Your friendly home-owned bank. " " Service is our only commodity. " ELECTRIC MOTOR RVICE COMPAN Com te Electric I r Ser e Re iding Repai Any T E. h emonal Dr. i oskie, . C. Oil f jouun I NC. 7 HOWARD C. BROWN, President 1108 E. Memorial Dr. E. Jackson Street Ahoskie, N. C. Rich Square, N. C. 27910 27869 Phone 332-3117 Phone 539-2316 Compliments of ROSE BROTHERS PAVING COMPANY EAST COAST SALES, INC. Mobile Homes - Insurance Ahoskie, N. C. Murfreesboro, N. C. Compliments of AHOSKIE WHOLESALE COMPANY INC. ROBINSON’S STUDIO " Home of fine portraits. " Over Earl Theatre 332-3095 Ahoskie, N. C. Steve Casj and Caroly. rgess inspect the fine work ione at RO ' NSON’S STl O. 14 JOYNER ' S T. V. SERVICE Sends " Congratulations " to the Class of 1968 Dependable Service B. AND H. .GARAGE Harrellsville, N. C. " Congratulations, Graduates " F rom COLONY PINE COMPANY, INC. BENNETT BOX COMPANY DIVISION R. LEE GATLING HESTER H. GATLING Windsor, N. C. GATLING GATLING Printing - Office Supplies Phone 794-3854 W. H. BASNIGHT AND COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Constance Miller, Leroy Turner and Rendy Rowe examine just one sample of the fine quality carpet which can be bought at BASNIGHT ' s. Compliments of BRITTON OIL COMPANY Distributor For Singer Sewing Machine Sales and Service See " your approved Singer Dealer " L. F. LASSITER 332-3651 Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of AULANDER FURNITURE COMPANY Ahoskie, North Carolina " Best Wishes " GARRETT ' S JEWELRY Distinctive Styles Gifts and Accessories Carpet and Custom Drapery Ahoskie, North Carolina Phone 345-4041 Aulander, North Carolina 27805 125 It pleases us to serve you. Phone 332-2138 WHOLESALE TIRE AND RETREADING COMPANY 3 GOODYEAR I GENERAL 4 ELECTRIC Highway 13 South Ahoskie, N. C. Everyone is Welcome at D. B. DUNLOW GROCERY Fresh Pork, Beef, and Produce Daily WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY The Southeast ' s Leading Bank Member of Federal Reserve System Compliments of WHEDBEE BRITTON HARDWARE BRINKLEY MOTORS Your Authorized Ford Dealer " Congratulations " AHOSKIE RADIO AND T.V. CENTER Ahoskie, North Carolina ADMIRAL © WHITE AND WOODLEY Mechanical Contractors Memorial Drive Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of RIDDICK AN URQUHART Notary mb lie Ahoskie N. C. 1,6 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE AGENCY Chester G. Rawls, Agent Ahoskie, N. C. HOLLOWAY ' S APPLIANCE SERVICE Maytag and RCA Appliance Sales 332-4650 Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of SPURILL OIL COMPANY Ahoskie, N. C. Eye Glasses Contact Lenses AHOSKIE OPTICAL CENTER Complete Eyeglass Service Phone 332-3208 Sterling S. Shue Optician 211 North St. Ahoskie, N. Carolina csso dealer " Happy Motoring " F rom PARKER ' S ESSO Winton, North Carolina Congratulations Seniors! F rom GREENE INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of FARMER ' S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Bill Henderson shows Michele Gibson a sample of the perfume found at COPELAND ' S. CAPPS’ DANIELS AND COPELAND’S DRUG STORES " The Complete Drug Stores! " 332-3776 332-3277 A pyrofax gas N. S. GODWIN STORAGE CO. Phone: 332-2374 220 Railroad St. Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of WINTON INSURANCE AGENCY Herbert M, Brett Winton, N. C. Virginia, i presentat cony,you r Saturday Information Center overlooking th. iting exhibits, and a working mod. . them assemble the real thing Op to 6 PM on Sunday. For tour inf Vepc more power to you .. ■■ will see an excelii " ctor. (And from .4 PM Monda. ! 771-3194 in K.. 127 WEATHER-ALL MANUFACTURING COMPANY A Division of the Kelwood C ompany Ahoskie Plant Sunset Street Ahoskie, N. C. Rebecca Williams, Jimmy Holloman, Paula Harrell, and Ronnie Ray agree that KELWOOD is the place to prepare for the long cold winter. Compliments of HOLLOMAN’S ’66 SERVICE On the Corner of Church and Academy Streets 332-3322 Ahoskie, N. C. Congratulations ! CHERRY AND CHERRY Lawyers Ahoskie, N. C. " The Roanoke Line - ' Farm and Industrial Equipment " We service the equipment we make. " HARRINGTON MANUFACTURING CO., INC. BLANCHARD OFFICE SUPPLY, INC Memor Drive P. O. x 29 Ahoskie N. C. Lewiston, North Carolina Phone - 397-2531 C. W. BEASLEY OIL COMPANY, INC. Colerain, N. C. Ahoskie, N. C. " Your distributor of Texaco petroleumproducts with complete L. P. Gas sales and service. " JUDY ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE Styling - Cutting - Tinting - Permanents - Wigs Open by Appointment Phone 33Z-4448 " Your friendly Texaco dealer " POWELL’S TEXACO Academy Street Ahoskie, N. C. " We are ready to trade you " BROWN AND BLINK General Merchandise Building Materials - Fertilizers Buyers of Seeds and Farm Produce Feeds Powellsville, N. C. R. G. COOKE MOTOR COMPANY BELK TYLER’S Ahoskie, N. C. Y our Chrysler, Plymouth, Imperial, Dodge, and International Truck Dealer Main Street Aulander, N. C. " Best wishes to the Class of ' 69 " F rom WILLOUGHBY ' S FISH AND PRODUCE Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of PLANTER ' S HARDWARE CO. Murfreesboro, N. C. Garner K ows us that BELK R ' S is th lace for every and clothing sele 129 UAlj.Ld.bIbAAUU " You can always trust your car to the man who wears the star. " Harrellsville, N. C. " Congratulations Seniors " CONSUMER CREDIT COMPANY I. O. HILL COMPANY JONES MILLING COMPANY, INC. " Your friendly dealers in Wayne feed, corn, and soybeans. " Custom Mixing and Grinding Cofield, N. C. Dealers in Quality Furniture 443 West Washington Street Phone 539-2372 Established 1891 Suffolk, Virginia employees, Cindy Liverman I Thelma Francis admire :he quality clothes at AHOS , DEPARTMENT STORE. AHOSKIE D ART V MT STORE i..o " The best of eve thing for the entire family. " FURNITURE GALLERIES " We have enjoyed serving the Roanoke Chowan section. " Ahoskie, N. C. FELD ' S FINE APPAREL of Ahoskie Smart Women ' s Wear . . . for Those Who Care. Your Area ' s Leading Building Supply House HILL ENTERPRISES, INC. Murfreesboro, N. C. McPherson BOTTLING COMPANY BAKER ' S SUPERMARKET Choice Meats Fancy Groceries 9:00 a. m. - 9:00 p. m. Aulander Highway Compliments of PLANTER ' S NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. Colerain, North Carolina R. C. MOTORS Headquarters for 24-Hour Wrecker Service " Come Alive! You ' re in the PEPSI generation! " Katie Copeland and Gary Overton agree as they " Have a 332-3378 PEPSI. Ahoskie, N. C. 332-2147 " Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1969 " Bleached Products Divi Franklin, Va. 131 Brenda Knight and Shirley Taylor know that the ARROW DRIVE-IN is the right place for quick service. ARROW DRIVE-IN Fountain Service Pizza Pies Box Lunches Charcoal Burgers AHOSKIE FERTILIZER COMPANY Royster Fertilizer Seeds and Pesticides Memorial Drive Ahoskie, N. C. BASNIGHT TOBACCO WAREHOUSES m " Where farmers are our main concern. " : Owned and Operated by LYMAN WILKINS ' LYMAN WILKINS, JR HAROLD VEASEY HERBERT JENKINS Best Wishes F rom SERVICE BARBER SHOP Ahoskie, N. C. Compliments of CORPORATION and the Employees of the AHOSKIE DIVISION Ahoskie, North Carolina BARGAIN CENTER 112 N. Main Street Suffolk ' s La rgest and Most Complete Bargain Center " SHOP THE STORE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE " SAVIN ExHILL COMPANY 224 E. Main St. Ahoskie, N. SIDNEY JONES MASONRY CONTRACTOR Aulander, N. C. Compliments oi CHOANOKE MOTORS Frigidaire SALES SERVICE Compliments of HARRELLSVILLE INSURANCE AGENCY Mrs. Maxine R. Blythe Harrellsville, N. C. THE DOLLAR STO p Ahoskie, N. C " Where every DOLLAR D BRETT ' S GULF SERVICE 133 Compliments of BRADY ' S TEXACO Winton, N. C. CAROLINA ALUMINUM Winton, N. C. Sandie Barnes and Brenda Newsome examine a sample of the many aluminum products from CAROLINA ALUMINUM. MARSH CHEVROLET COMPANY Home of Satisfied Chevrolet Owners Phone 345-4471 Aulander, N. C. B. AND B. CGI NER GROCERY Winto, N. C. Bu k and B ' che Harris, Ov r s 4 " Your frienc y grocer. " Best Wishes F r om DILDAY ' S SUNOCO Ahoskie, N. C. This Space is Filled by GARY ' OVERTON and JOHNNY NEWSOME ' S Overflowing Generosity. FASHION SHOE CENTER " Where fine shoes are sold. " For Better Values Go to Ahoskie, N. C. POPE’S DOLLAR-VARIETY BOONE’S STORE PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY " Clothing for the entire family " (rk Ahoskie, N. C. V Compliments of the Medical Arts Center BANK OF HARRELLSVILLE Ahoskie, North Carolina REG. U. $ PAT Off. Compliments of KELFORD COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.. INC. " Congratulations to the Class of 1969 " A AHOSKIE FLORAL GARDENS C ompliments SKIE BEAUT HOP Ahoskie, N. 135 Autographs TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY The World • B«t Yearbook Ar T ylof-m»d " ▼A

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