Angier High School - Old Acquaintances Yearbook (Angier, NC)

 - Class of 1960

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.,,, , A 1 8' 4 Q I f x 1 w M J ' . 5 1, ,4'!, 1 x l . A nt 1 w wx-ith U V 4 V wjgmfs' Ag ,nj W L-pivyfqsf-:vw-,N,.f,,' lx U I A s W- 4 - 'Y Mx xx X N.. s x , ,kk A Afxf. v Q I Q, .M sql lv ,ff , I ,' J-0,9 b All-...Q v 4 -... -,. , ,I P ' ,K 1 I 71 ""o3PT12S. ' '0 ' .X 'N' X -Q. -nw ,- ,u,.,sv-9"'f'f A . , 77 2 gh Qlunhmis bn d s """' 'S 23' 7 nrefnurrl We, the Annual Staff, present OLD ACQUAINTANCES, Volume XVI, to the students of Angier School. Our theme, Keys, has been chosen to represent the gateways of our lives. As you read through this annual, We hope many fond memories will be imprinted in your minds. We hope you will honor and safe- guard this yearbook throughout the years to come. 2 Bndiraiinn With deep gratitude and sin- cere appreciation,we, the Senior Class of 1960, dedicate to MRS. L. G. STEPHENSON this Volume XVI of CLD ACQUAINTANCES. You are in this spot1ight,Mrs. Stephenson, because of your wise Cgungel, dependability, and con- tinuous diligence shown in your everyday duties.You are a friend and helpmate to the students of Angier High. You will always occupy akey position in our hearts as an expe- die nt secretary an C1 a devoted friend. QQ' and they say girls gossip! ' fsrademins Books reports again Building the body with calisthentics Drawing geometric designs 4, X1 ix N , , 1 1 . me . M,,,,,u X YV.. I E Q fy N31 Y A ,E . E A , MM ,WRX Ja 9 n , ,.,,, A. Www we . d f .33 A WC. 1' ,A A M 1 - . ,,L..'jf?'j, "Z I Q 'fa FIV- R W' N Q? ! X . , 4 2 , I F 'Q . , A . 1 9 . . I 1' 4 ' 'W uw 'fur 4 " .5 , 1 1 'H' 1 N. E ' W ffffv e never get sleepy 1n school N gg, Zgg,,:'f rv If ng I v.X-9:2'f2l'f'- f Q' 5, . N .,,g.7- Q, lil' "' f -1 fr. 1- 'fa , K- . . , Let's plan a trlp to MEXICO dwfr?1' , gurl 511162111 'Wife - .X -:ma Future I-Iomemalfers? 5 f I L.,? 'Qi' Z hr ., Chatter! Chatter! On our way to chapel! Yipes! Cokes at SCHOOL! If we only had elevators! WW 'wx Fixing bulletin boards! What a way to kill time! '0142 F2i'Chfl-11S 6 x, Ss ' :zeH5Y9""vn N7 ., V ,Q til-.qswi AA A Q X' 0- u 1 fs' .. wg, if ... A N A teacher's guidebook and manual are the keys to help him to perform his duties, but the student's respect for him is his reward. r I rf, Q, NL K Q 3 , Q gf' 'E' K . M,J'Lfxx5Wgg..2LfEgf. .'. 2 1Y3mrm. .f..f..-1. a no mn, A ' f KS Z -1"""""" NW 9 f A 3 , 2, xx AN y v. ' , is., Q, 9:3 -f n ' tel' l . . - 'w r' at rb O 0 It has been a privilege to have the opportunity to be associated with this Senior class, both as a group and as individuals. I admire the splendid attitude that has been yours and commend you for a wonderful spirit. Your un- selfish service to your school and community will mean much to those who will follow you. As a class you have Banks proved yourself. This edition of OLD ACQUAINTANCES is just a sample of the good work that you have done. May it keep alive the memories of your high school life. To each of you,x best wishes for a continued active and happy life. fsnlminisirzxiinn MR. G. T. PROFFIT County Superintendent MRS. L. G. STEPHENSON Secretary SCHOOL BOARD Left to right: H. Wood,B. Watkins, K. Jackson, E. Duncan, H. Hall, R. G. Banks. PTA OFFICERS Left to right:R.G. Banks, H.We11s C . Wil1iams,B . Watkins , R. Gilbert v ,y 1, 11 I ix - , 2 Q 53, i ,1 MRS. OZELLA ADAMS Library, English i MRS. BERTI-IA POULSON English, French MISS PANSIE CAMERON English, Girls' Basketball Coach MR. WILMER WALKER Social Studies, Assistant Coach igh Srlquul MR. BRUCE SHELLEY Head Coach, Health and Physical Education sv V fQ5Wxi A '4 7 .ziliswig f + Q.V'h ' f ,tn 1 1 f, f M sf ff " '- :fx Q'-Lf. ' " Minis," 34, Qi-if ,, -, Ig- . A fn Aifi' S . M- fri! , ww gin'-41 ' ' 1 F ,Q .. 54 55 V 'F 'W' . f'fgVvl,'1,i 7,0 XM .fvswXN ' ' Quality forage ..,, ..,,-, . . H wk and 4 . ' - ' Jil MR. EARL GRAY Agriculture zlculig MRS . LEOLA LASSITER Math, Science MRS. MARTHA B. OVERBY Home Economics W... , -.. 'f viz' "A i , ,,,1-If rin, QL? -In .TS QW 13273 1-rg. ' f ,D H1 ,f if CCOUNT5 in 1 Avvun AFTER My asm POSTED rnl HHN 7 Mmn. ,mm 1141.41 .aw mov mmm , f., W 45 ! , .U vzq sw ,f 1: 1,.c1 75 ef 4-ul MISS RUTH JONES Business Educatlon MRS . PEARLE MCCALL Science is At work again on the annual! 7 xirzx-Glurritulztr fuziiniiies 'IZQ3 . . 1, V was V , N 7" Our f ut ur e farmers getting instructions from Mr. Gray! 12 Another job for stu- dents and teachers! Q 1 ,n-Q . 5 n 61315525 y . 8 4 V-i Qu. 5' it an--wsmnsQ"?.+newwsvagvw'A,wv.wvye5-an 'T-' ,- fwvwnxvwlflllxliif Mfwaswmmf-was-vf-wamew-bww-WQWW'N' Wm' A, .Q , X ' C 1 1 , + I .,,, . , . ' 9, 4!' W A x Metal hands tick away the golden hours as human hands and minds tick and Click to store knowledge for use as the key to future time. f. Q ' m 4' x I Q ff! I JUDY FISH Vice -President COY LEE BROADWELL President - SZ N I MISS RUTH JONES GLORIA STEPI-IENSON nninr 41112155 fl9ffirm's Qlulurs Red and White Zlflnftler Red and White Carnations CQHHUHU "It is more worthy to de- serve honor than to possess it. ll 4 S c t e re ary FAYE MATTHEWS I Treasurer s Ponsor Mlss PANSLE CAMERON S ponsor WANDRA MAE ADAMS Class Treasurer 35 FI-LA 1,2, 35 "An- Sco Hi-Lites" 45 Athletic Club 3,4, Treasurer 45FBLA 3,45 Beta Club 3, 4, President 45 Monogram Club 25 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 45 BARBARA JEAN ALTMAN FHA 1,2,35 "An-Sco I-Ii-Lites" 45 FBLA 3,4, Treasurer 4. Cheerleader 35 "Yacker" Staff 35 Library Assistant 1,35 JV Basketball 15 Teen-age Club 1,2,3,45 Senior Super-lative5 Marshal 3. 4,9-nw, JOSEPH WINTON ADAMS FFA 1,25 Athletic Club 3,45 Mono- gram Club 25 Student Council 3- b. 7 Varsity Football 2, 3 , 4, Co -Captain 4, All -Conference Second T e a m 3, All -Conference First Team 45 Bus Driver 45 Senior Superlative. COY LEE BROADWELL Class President 45 FFA 1,2, 3, Sec- retary 35Athletic Club 45Beta Club 3,4, Vice-President 35 Senior Su- perlative. ,, s - 3 . . ., --J 1 ,, , . , - ,V .. 5-5. '.'f" 1'S'l'5,1, 'i , , ' JERRY ALTMAN OLD ACQUAINTANCES , Art Editor 3, Feature Editor 45 FBLA 45 Student Council 35 Class Prophet 45 Senior Superlative . 15 JACK BARRON BYRD "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 45 Band 1,2,3, Student Council 3,4, Treasurer 35 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Teen -age Club 1,2,3,45 JV Baseball 15 JV Basketball 1,2. 1-'s BILLY RAY DUPREE FFA 15Band 1,2,3,45Athletic Club 35 Senior Superlative. 9HZw THOMAS LEONARD DUPREE FFA 1,2,3,4, President 45 Bus Dri ver 3,4. Iii -3,2:'4ffe.:r5-'A'-1-5Q:25e2',.zta,4.ri., . - , . A 4. .- ' MARY ANNE GARDNER FI-LA 1,25 "An-Sco H1-tires" 4, Athletic ciub 3,45 FBLA 3,4, His- torian 45 Monogram Club 25 Teen- age Club 1,2,35 JV Basketball 1, Girls' Basketball Scorekeeper 2,3, Boys' and Girls' Basketball Score- keeper 4. MALCOLM RAY FOWLER FFA 1,25 Athletic ciub 45 Bus Dri- ver 3,4. 16 JUDITH ANN ENNIS FHA 1,2,3,4, Junior Homemaker Degree 3, Chapter l-lomemaking Degree 3,Parliamentarian 42, Home Economics Award 2, Historian 35 "An-Sco Hi -Lites" 45Atl1letic Club 3,45 FBLA 3,45 Beta Club 3,4, Vice -President 4, Program Chair- man 45 Monogram Club 25 JV Bas- ketball 15 Varsity Basketball 2,35 Chief Marshal 35 Senior Supei-lative5 Library Worker 1,3,45 Teen-age Club 1,2,3,4. IUDITH BARBOUR FISH Class Officer 4, Vice-President 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, Vice -President 35 "An- Sco Hi-Lites" 45 Majorette 2,3,4, Chief 45 Athletic Club 2,35 FTA 2, 35 FBLA 35 Beta Club 3,45 Mono- gram Club 1,25 Student Council 1, 3, Class Representative 35 Cheer- leader 2, 35 "Yacker" Staff 35 Teen- age Club 1,2,3, Secretary 35 JV Basketball lg Class Poet5 Office Worker 1. MARTHA JEAN GARNER "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 4. MARY GARNER "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 4. BARBARA GA IL GILES FI-IA 1, FTA 3,45 FBLA 4,Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 3, Monogram Club 1, Cheerleader 3,45Teen-age Club 1,25 JV Basketball 1. JIMMY GLASGOW Oxford Orphanage 1, 2, 35 FTA 4 .iv Q V, f l w,,A:,-,I , I- :W,,::::,, ,.,, Aly., , ,W , , 1. wx , .. j- I, -. ' Q. I 1, V., J I I V 4,3 -,,, V, ,,,-EmllhgzQ15-ji,X, 513, Q, "" ' I - . , A: .fx ..... ,,.. , 01 f . .f v- -- ' H V V . a. We BENNY HAYWOOD GREGORY FFA 1,2,4, Vice-President 4, Ath- letic Club 3,45 Beta Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, Student Council President 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver. 17 BILLY GREGORY "An-Sco I-Ii-Lites" 4, Band 1,2,3 Athletic Club 4, JV Basketball 1, 2 Teen-age Club 1,2,3,4. nw-N JUNE HEDGEPETH "An-Sco Hi -Lites" 45Athletic Club TED LARRY GREGORY FFA 152,35 Teen-age Club 253,45 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 4. 45 Monogram Club 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Cheerleader 35 Senior Super-- lative5 JV Basketball 15Teei1-age Club 1,2,3. - ' " - N-. -' "-'p w' - .f -M, ,- , 4 ' ' -1 W X f',+5i5-hwy .,..x JUDITI-I ANN I-IOCKADAY Fl-LA 1,2, Historian 1, Pianist 25 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 45 OLD AC- QUAINTANCES 3,4, Assistant Edi- tor 3, Editor 45FBLA 3,45Beta Club 3,45 Student Council 2, Class Rep- resentative 25 Class Reporter 25 Chief Marshal 35 "Yacker" Staff 35 Library Assistant 1,3,45 Senior Su- perlativeg Chairman of junior- Senior Banquet 3. 'fi-vg, l , JEAN HOCKADAY "An-Sco Hi -Lites" 45 Library Work- er 4. 18 RUTH ANN HEDGEPETH FI-IA 15 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 4. FAYE DEAN I-IOCKADAY Lunchroom Worker5 Library Worker ULIUS MELVIN HUGHES FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 25 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 45 OLD AC QUAINT- ANCES, Sports Editor 35 Athletic Club 3,4, Vice-President 35 Teen- age Club 2,3,45 Senior Superlative5 Monogram Club 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2. LARRY CLINTON MAN GUM Class President 35 FFA 1,2, 35 "An- Sco Hi-Lites" 45 Athletic Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Co-Captain 45 Bus Driver 45 Senior Superlative5 Teen-age Club 1,25 3,45 Class Vice -President 4. RETHA LEE LAWRENCE "An -Sco Hi -Lites" 4. IRIS FAYE MATTHEWS Class Treasurer 45 FHA 1,2, 35 "An- Sco I-Ii -Lites" 4, Editor5 Majorette 2 3, Chief 35Athletic Club 3,45 FBLA 3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Treasurer 35 Teen-age Club 1,25 Senior Super- lative5 Marshal, Library Worker. -I I 0' "55 JON FRANKLIN HUNT FFA 1,25 OLD ACQUAINTANCES, Photography Editor 4. 19 it DAVID ANDREW MCLEOD FFA 253,45 Secretary 25 Athletic Club 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basket-A ball 3,45 Captain 4. 7 JUDITH ANN MOORE FHA 1,25 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 45 FBLA 3,4, Secretary 45 Student Council 1, Class Representative 43 Senior Superlative. JAMES UDELL REARDON .- in .".. I - '19 ' . V LINDA DARNELL SAULS FHA 1,25 "An-seo Hi-Lites" 4, FBLA 3,4g Teen-age Club 1. ANNIE FAYE STANLEY "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 45 Library Worker 4. 132 MYRTLE JOYCE SMITH FHA 1,2,35 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 45 OLD ACQUAINTANCES, Circula- tion Manager 45 Majorette 2,35 Athletic Club 3,45 FBLA 3,4gTeen age Club 1,2. 20 JERRY HOWARD SMITH FFA 1,2,3,43 Athletic Club 45 Monogram Club 1,25 Baseball 2, 35 Football 1,2,35 Bus Driver 3,45 Teen-age Club 1,2,3,4. ROBERT FRANKLIN STANCIL FFA 1, 2, 3, Sentinel 25 Athletic Club 3,4, President 45 Monogram Club 1, 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Bus Driver 3,45 Senior Superlative . BOBBIE LOU STONE FHA 15 FTA 35 FBLA 4. GLORIA JEAN STEPI-IENSON Class Vice -President 3, Class Sec- retary 45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 25 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 45 Athletic Club 3,4, Representative 35 FTA 25 FBLA 35 Monogram Club 25 Stu- dent Council Representative 45 Testatrix 45 Senior Superlative5 Teen-age Club 1,2, 3,45J'V Basket- ball 15 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. WILLIAM BAXTER WILLIAMS, III Band 1,2,3,45 Athletic Club 3,45 Monogram Club 25 Student Council 1,2,3, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 2, Class Representative 15 Baseball 3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 3,4, Co-Captain 45 Marshal 35 IV Basketball 1,25 IVBaseball. 15 Senior Superlative5 Teen-age Club 1,2, 3, 45 Second Team All-Conference Football 35 Honorable Mention All- Conference Team 4. '- " ..,,.. ..,,,.., 1 .,., fn ---'- . v -- f 5 5 an I ' gl ' - ' fy 5 ' .,,, 1 5 5 5, 5, ,,,,. ,, 5, f, , 5 , I si . , ., 5, ,, , ,. ,,,, '. 'V e . ' Qafe ' I . ,. 1-'riff f . 5- 55'r RICHARD YOUNG WEAVER FFA 1,2,3,45 Student Council Rep resentative 15 Baseball 2,3,4-. 21 BEFTY LOU WOOD Class Secretary 35 OLD ACQUAINT - ANCES Business Manager 45FTA 15 FBLA 2,3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Mar- shal 35 Library Club 1,2, Vice- President 25 Gossip Editor of Paper 15 "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 3. JOAN YOUNG FHA 1,2, Treasurer 1, "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 4, FBLA 3,4, Historian 3, President 4, Teen-age Club 1, 2, Senior Superlative. NANCY JANE YOUNG FHA 1, "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 4, FTA 2, 3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, FBLA 3,4, Beta Club 3,4, Treas- brary Worker 1, 3, 4, Marshal 3. DOAN WOOD FHA 1,2,3,4, President 3, Vice- President 2, Junior Homemaker Degree 3,Chapter Homemaker De - gree 3, "An-Sco Hi-Lites" 4, Ath- letic Club 3,4, FBLA 3, Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 4, Monogram Club ,gg 2, varsity Basketball z,s,4, All- ' County Team 4, Class Historian, Teen-age Club 1, 2, 3,Junior Varsity Basketball 1, Senior Su- tive . eZQ"'1'ff1, . ' , ' - 'M Qllass nem When first we started, years ago, our hearts were full of thrills, At last we had an aim in life, as students of Angier High. As we advanced through all the grades, this aim did not diminish, But going on our way we thought, "Shall we ever finish?" As young, green freshmen, how we longed for days to hurry by, Not knowing how the Seniors looked upon us with a sigh And wished that they could live the gay life of Freshmen once more. Now we must follow paths that others started long before. Yes, we must enter strange worlds now and for ourselves must fend, For graduation, we are told, is the starting not the end of life and learning. We must take our place in this wide earth as teachers, lawyers, doctors, preachers, we must prove our worth. We leave you now, Angier High School, this chapter has now ended, With all its happy school days and people we befriended. But you will never lose us, for we'll think of you each day, And in our he arts we promise that from you we'll never stray. JUDY FISH Class Poet 22 urer 4, Lunchroom Worker 2, Li- Hjuninr Qllzxss f19fficnrs il A Nl Left to right: MRS. LASSITER ...... .... S ponsor MRS. POULSON .... .......... S ponsor GLENDA DUPREE ........ .... P resident MAMIE JOHNSON .... ..... V ice -President TOMMY STEPHENSON. . . . . .Secretary JIMMY GREGORY .... ....... T reasurer BOBBY ADAMS DOTTIE BARNES JUDY COATS LARRY DAY BOBBY BROWN 1? TOMMY DUNCAN 'YQ A. G. CARD DONNIE DUPREE Huniurs GLENDA DUPREE IOYCE DUPREE JOYC E ENNIS RUTH GARNER -SA DOR EZNDA GREGORY GINGER GUY 1' VIC KY HOLLAND JANET HOWARD LYNWOOD DUPREE RUBY JEAN GILBERT Ag- 41" ,gf PATRICIA HAYES 9'- JUDY HOWARD JUNIOR ELLINGTON JIMMY GREGORY BOBBY HOC KADAY SAMNIY JACKSON CHARLIE JOHNSON DONNA MANGUM 'Q' JANICE OGBU RN fjnniurs MAMIE JOHNSON DAVID JONES 'av-5 'E' O , .JY Gs- 4 MM- ' - JEAN MATTHEWS JIMMY MATTHEWS 'isa FRED OWEN RICKEY OWEN JEAN MABRY 4 N PEGGY MCLEOD RONNIE OWEN if JOYCE PAGE GLENN PATE MARVIN SARTIN JACKIE SMITH 25 JAMES SPENCE Q HILDA TART Hjuniurs ANNE SMITH PERRY SMITH T OMMY ST EPHENS ON JEAN UPCHURCH V -I f ,SS Q I :S. I ff DONNIE WOMACK JOI-INNY STONE SHELBY WEAVER HAROLD WOODALL BILLY SURLES I PATTY SUE WILLLAMS Not Pictured LEE OWEN L 'U' JAY BROADWELL JERRY BULLOCK PHYLLIS COATS DOROTHY DEAN 'Oi Suphnmures ANNE ADAMS GLENDA ADAMS JERRY SUE ADAMS STEVE ADAMS JOY DENNING DONNA DUPREE BARBARA EARP JOHNNY GILES PATSY GOss JERRY GREGORY ROBERT HALL BRENDA JOHNSON JANIE JOHNSON NELL JOHNSON BRENDA LANGDON JOHNNY MANGUM FAYE MATTHEWS GLENDA MATTHEWS JUDY MATTHEWS ORA MATTHEWS ROBERT MCLEAN BOBBY MAULDLN PAUL NORDAN WILLIAM NUTT juphnmnres STEVE OWEN JERRY PARTIN JULIA PEED STEVE PLEASANT 'Wig ALICE SMITH HARRY SMITH SHIRLEY STARLING ANN STEPHENSON EDDIE STEPI-IENSON JEAN SURLES JUDY WHEELER DOROTHY WILLIAMS STEVE WILSON Not Pictured LINDA GRAY DONALD I-IOCKADAY GENE SPIVEY P' 4 res men Y Y ,sl f . , is , . ,. A f- xl X N ' -,- Q f" 'ins' " ' l U L t Q 2 A ' u . I . ,. w 1 ' - 1 H ' S, f:3 , . . 1 , ' ,. f f:.Q-YL' 2, 2 ' ' F 'lm L .. li. Afllwu Top row, left to right: Dottie Adams, Wyorma Adams, W. C. Ashworth, Bill Banks, Ray Bennett, Cecil Bowden, J. M. Byrd. Second row: Patricia Campbell, Glenda Currin, Sandra Currin, Bertie Day, Virginia Duncan, Carolyn Dupree. Third row, left to right: Ronnie D u p r e e , Leah Earp, Don Fish, Kenneth Fish, Sandra Fowler. arf ll lt I x V' F o u r t h row, le f t to right: L i n d a Gard- ner,Carl Gil- bert, Glenda Hart,Guerney Hayes, Margie Holland. Fifth row, left to right: Calvin Honeycutt, Phil Hughes, Kenneth jackson, Willie Jeffries, Betty Jean Johnson, Robert Lawrence. Sixth row: Bill Lee, Toni Mabry, Franklin Mangum, Tony Mangum, Betty Matthews,Lillie Mae Matthews, Lorelle Matthews. if yr' A ' , x . , b wx Y '- B L s A Sf E4 r ' 511, lx M, ...M Top row, left to Third row: Left to right: Gary Pleasant, Doris Prince, Sondra Reavis, T e rry Roderick,Haze1 Searcy. F' 4 res men 'WN ii: 115 ? 1 uf A Eg 1 s Y ' 1 i 9 3:3 ,- 2 ,u in ' V 4 ,. , n su nv fm , ,Nw , u ' ' e S Xl 4 right: Rex Matthews, Robert Matthews, Bonnie McLean, Mack McLeod, Herbert Miller. Second row: Ronnie Mills, Ray Owen, Sue Owen, Linda Parker. , T, xr , fi f is 'X b x Fourth row, left to right: Marvin Smith, Ronnie S mi th, Larry Spivey, Barbara Stephens, Linda Stone. Fifth row, left to right: Brenda Surles, Linda Surles, Judy Surles, Margie Weaver, Ronnie Wheeler, Linda Williams, Faye Wirnberlyg Cecil Young, Kemp Young . 95 30 lemeniarg J l MRS. NANCY DUPREE First Grade MRS. MARY PERRY First Grade MRS. IRIS COTTON Second Grade MRS. DOROTHY WELLS Third Grade MRS. AUDRY TALTON First Grade MRS. MARGARET FUOUAY Second Grade MISS ANNIE MAE CROWDER - Fourth Grade ' MRS. DOROTHY GLOVER Fifth Grade 'Cf 'I 4 Q... MRS. ZULA TUDOR MRS. BRUCE SI-IELLEY Third Grade Fourth Grade MRS. ADDIE COATS Fifth and Sixth Grades MRS. E. R. PERRY Sixth Grade MR. CHARLES RAMBEAU Seventh Grade MRS. MARY STEPHENSON Seventh Grade MRS. MARGARET UPCHURCI-I Sixth Grade MRS . RUTH GREGORY Seventh Grade MRS. R. G. L. EDWARDS Eighth Grade MRS. JOSEPHINE ROBERTS Eighth Grade 32 ' iahfh Etude R. AUSLEY A. BARBOUR H. BARBOUR R. BARBOUR R. BARNES D. BENNETT D. BLALOCK B. CHAMPION E. CHANDLER M. CURRIN A. CUTTS R. DORMAN s. DORMAN D. DUDLEY C. DUNCAN P. DUNCAN J. M. DUPREE D. ELLINGTON K. ENNIS N. FISH J. GILBERT R. HALL M. HAMILTON R. HAMILTON C. HAYNES D. HOBSON J. HOBSON D. HOLLAND C. HONEYCUTT J. HOWARD S. HOWARD C. HURT B. JACKSON E. JONES D. JORDAN F. MATTHEWS G. MATTHEWS P. MATTHEWS E. MCLEAN J. MCLEOD R. MCLEOD B. MYATT B. NUTT L. OGBURN S. OCBURN B. OWEN O. PARTIN B. PARRISH B. PRICE N. SILVERS C. SMITH J. STANLEY C. STARLINC D. STEPHENS E. STEPHENSON D. STONE E. TEASLEY J. TEASLEY E. TILLEY R. WARREN J. WILBUR C. WILLIAMS M. WRENN E. 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DUNCAN P. DUPREE S. EAIRGLOTH P. FERRELL L. FULGHUR E. GARDNER J. GARDNER L. GARDNER P. GARNER D. GREGORY M. GREGORY W. GREGORY D. HALL L. HARE S. HONEYGUTT E. HUGHES H. HUMPHRIES K. JOHNSON E. JOHNSON S. JONES B. LEE J. MABRY S. MABRY G. MANGUM G. MANGUM B. MATTHEWS D. MATTHEWS K. MATTHEWS R. MCKLNNEY S. MCLEAN E. MCLEOD D. MOLDEN N. MOORE S. NORDAN M. NORRIS R. NORRIS E, OWEN J. OWEN J. PAGE J, PAGE R. PARTIN O. PATE L. PATE 5 ixilq Etude R. PEARCE S. PEED J. PLEASANT J. PLEASANT M. PLEASANT M. PLEASANT S. POWELL D. PRICE G. PRICE J. RAY D. ROBERTS P. ROBERTS S. SEARCY G. SMITH C. SMITI-I S. SMIII-I M. STANLEY D. STARLING B. STEPHENSON M. SAULS D. SURLES L. TALTON G. TUDOR B. WATKINS I. WATKINS B. WEIS E. WESTER A. WILLIAMS W. WILLIAMS H. WILSON M. WOODLEY M. YOUNG J. ADAMS J. ADAMS M. ADAMS S. ADAMS S. ADAMS W. ADAMS C. ALTMAN G. ALTMAN J. AUSTIN D. BANKS J. BAREOUR L. BLALOCK D. BROADWELL L. BROADWELL R. BUTTS G. BYRD M. CAMPBELL T. CAMPBELL E. CAPPS E. CI-IAMPION J. 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Adams, C. Denning, C. Currin. Fourth row: S. Currin, D. Dean, L. Earp, G. Hart, L. Matthews, S. Owen, L. Gardner, S. Fowler, B. Surles, B. Day, G. Currin, Fifth row: B. johnson, G. Matthews, P. Hayes, C. Dupree, A. Smith, D. Gregory, D. Dupree, J. Johnson, F. Matthews. is ' 5 x SHELBY WEAVER JULIA PEED President Vice -President - HZ- . ' Q x . f mi Lf, 'gvrej mi gi I an il L H m m m! Something smells good! Training is furnished to members of FHA, which will be Valuable later in life. L- x i, P BRENDA LANGDON JEAN SURLES D Secretary Treasurer TONI MABRY LINDA SURLES MRS. MARTHA OVERBY Parliarltentarian Song Leader Adviser 45 First row, left to right: T. Dupree, B. Gregory, S. Wilson, H. Smith, B. Hockaday, I. Matthews, Mr. Gray. Second row: L. Dupree, W. Nutt, D. Hockaday, G. Pleasant, D. jones, D. Wommack, J. Stone, T. Duncan, G. Pate, R. Owen, L. Owen, P. Hughes, H. Miller. Third row: J. Ellington, L. Gregory, J. Smith, J. Broadwell, J. Gregory, M. Hughes, D. Dupree, P. Smith, A. McLeod, P. M. Nordan, M. Sartin, R. Lawrence. Fourth row: U. Reardon, M. Price, C .Gilbert, S. Owen, L. Spivey, C. Bowden, K. Fish, L. Day, T. Mangum, C. Johnson, B. Moulden, J. Mangum, R. Dupree. Fifth row: G. Hayes, F. Howard. 7 uinre 7 armers GBf ,America TOMMY DUPREE BENNY GREGORY President Vice-President Motto: Learning To Do, Doing To Learn, Earning To Live, Living To Serve. BOBBY HARRY LEE JIMMY HOCKADAY SMITH STEVE WILSON MATTHEWS MR. GRAY Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sentinel Adviser 46 I Esta Qlluh lw,...mi' Left to right: Judy Ennis, Vice-President, Nancy Young,Treasurer, Wandra Adams, President, Doan Wood, Secretary, Miss Pansie Cameron, Adviser. 8 if f First row, left to right:N. Young, D. Wood, F. Matthews, J. Ennis, B. L. Wood, J. Hockaday, G. Giles. Second row: 1. Fish, S. Weaver, J. Ogburn, H. Tart, G. Dupree, D. Mangum, W. Adams. Third row: H. Woodall, C. L. Broadwell, J. Gregory, B. Williams, B. Gregory, F. Owen, Miss P. Cameron, Adviser. 47 7 uiure usiness leaders fI9f Qsmerica ,f QQ . ' A y V, s l , f , A Abyvj , ' ., , "' 1, JOAN YOUNG. . .... ..... , . .President A MAMIE JOHNSON. . . . . . .... V ice --President I R JUDITH MOORE. ....... ....... S ecretarjf A - BARBARA ALTMAN ....... t ..... Treasurer O" MARY ANN GARDNER .... . . . Historian f ' ' MISS RUTH JONES ...... .... A dviser i r if ,. ,, rrqvf ' . 4 r s Ax-.Bl Q' 'A ' F 15. i '415'-Q' 1 27 V I A . , . r -r . f . . Q ',, . Q , , . . X, , ' 'n 'fy fr, , , X Left to right: J. Hockaday, W. Adams, I. Gregory, Eg. B. L. Stohegxfgi. Giles, L. Sauls, J. Moore, M. johnson, S. Weaver, Miss jones, I.'A1fm:m, M. A.'Ghrdner, B. Altman, Eunt, J. Young. 7 uiure ew: ers flgf Qsmericzx nad. vsgbm h Q U - L M " v- f '1 First row, left to right: Nancy Young, Vice -President, Barbara Earp, jimmy Glasgow, President, Anne Adams, Secretary, jerry Sue Adams. Second row: L. Gardner, A. Stephenson, J. Peed, G. Giles, T. Mabry, J. Wheeler. Third row: J. Ogbum, J. 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Banks, D. Matthews Qthleiic Qlluh 09ffi:ers Left to right: Wandra Adams, Treasurer, Mr. Bruce Shelley, Adviser, Fred Owen, Vice-President, Robert Stancil, Presi- dent, Donna Mangurn, Secretary. 50 Fund ,And Cmajnreiies ilfiify Lil 5 SCHOO First row, left to right: B. Carriers, C. Pate, P. Ogburn. Second row: D. Ferrell, R. Hughes. Third row: N. Fish, J. Matthews, G. Guy, B. Hughes, M. Woodley, M. Stanley, F. Duncan, D. Stephens, J. Pleasant, L. Fish, A. R. Brown, J. Fish, G. Currin, R. J. Gilbert. Fourth row: R. Ashley, K. Fish, H. Woodall, D. Fish, R. Matthews, B.Lee, M. McLeod, P. Hughes, J. Matthews, J. Dupree. Fifth row: S.'Adams, 1. Broadwell, D. I-Iockaday, R. Hall, B. Byrd, B. Dupree, B. Williams, J. Partin, R. Owen, F. Mangum. -my Mrs . Joyce Brown 51 Our school artists make preparationsfora chapel program. Changing cl a s s e s is some thing to smile about. 7 natures Keys to a well-rounded school life are the s ' 1 peC13 persons and events that add spice to life. . W -W emur e uperlaiines l BEST ALL AROUND Judy Hockaday 35 'V-3 Billy Williams S . , Q , -?.ff,5gq 1? " ' ' QW. . fam CUTEST ' A Faye Matthews ' , Melvin Hughes cY, Y WI .-,-1 L ' ,- Lff' 41 N ?.'3-:+-- 2 x 14' .1-a' Smxe -Q lm as M133 A Wa? 05 'T-7 N.. 5, 'lm' fr. 4 4 X.. F. '1- 'ns ,J vm Ms, --ls. Q? nf A .4 , A..m-'a+ - P QF' M LAK-"'5 :'4 x. , s. eniur Superlaiihes MOST POPULAR Judy Fish Robert Stancil Q WITTIEST June I-Iedgepeth jim my Glasg ow eniur iupnrlzxiiinzs BEST LOOKING Gloria jean Stephenson Larry Mangum MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Judy I-Iockaday Coy Lee Broadwell eniur Superlzliihes BEST DRESSED Judy Fish Billy Ray Dupree FRIENDLIEST Joan Young Mack Fowler eniur uperlaiiims MOST STUDIOUS jerry Altman Judy Ennis -11 ,. L , -f 'A +7- X - MOST DEPENDABLE Judy Ennis Coy Lee Broadwell W. T.-4. 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I vm 3a ,N H mf "MY Y fm, W Q wwf- ww ,,- ' , Wm' wg-fy,,W,w 'Q " f'.Mwm5eGg-' ' W-ff! may A W vw -Em' f M, A wvmwf NI, f' "ff zlllnfneen QA v '45-, 5. - , ,Wy , 'Wa 4 U H N W , ml My W , Q. v PHIL STEPHENSON MARY VICK STEPHENSON 63 .vw FRANK WOOD Gllzxss flgruplpzng TIME: 1970 SETTING: RUSSIA As I was sitting in my office chair doing nothing, I happened to think back to the year of 1960. Yes, that was the year that I was graduated, the year that I de- parted from my classmates. That was a Joyful but sad year for me, because I knew that I might never see my classmates again. After some time of concentration upon the situation of not having seen any of my classmates since the day of graduation, I decided to do something about the problem. That afternoon, immediately after work, I began to gather bulletins and other information that might lead to the whereabouts of my classmates. I found by going to the State Archives that everybody who had been graduated from Angier in the year 1960 was now living in Moscow, Russia, whereupon I promptly made reservations on Crowden's Mossy Missile for that mysterious city. Exactly twenty minutes after boarding the missile, I arrived in Moscow, real- izing that I knew nothing about where any of my classmates lived. To remedy this sad situation,I raced to the Town Hall for clues to the whe re- abouts of my vagabond classmates. As soon as I stepped inside the Town Hall, whom did I see but LARRY GREGORY, the boss of the hall, and ANNIE FAYE STANLEY, his secretary. Larry greeted me, "Derdst viagem!" I didn't know if it were a curse or a cordial greeting, so, I politely inquired, "Do you still speak English?" After a few more words, I grasped his lingo and leamed that all my classmates were employed in various and interesting Jobs--then, being the inquisitive sort,I asked, "Larry why did you and our other classmates decide to come to Moscow?" He laughingly explained, "Our class had a reunion after we had been graduated that spring. You know how we've always loved to do crazy things,entirely different from anybody else--well, someone hit upon the fantastic idea of getting our own Jet and coming here together. Everyone went wild over the plan --We worked out the details, and ROBERT STANCIL was selected to pilot the Jazzy jet on the basis of his record of having broken the sound barrier a hundred times flying backwards. By the way, why weren't you at the class reunion?" I quickly said, "I was on a business trip to Alaska to make a census of how many Eskimos smoke seals' meat and how many freeze it before cooking. " After leaving the Town I-Iall, I began to stroll about the streets of Moscow looking for a hotel in which I could stay while I was in Russia.As I waslonesomely strolling down Narroway, I could faintly visualize a huge 'neon sign which seemed to read, "Billy's Beat-nik Palace. " I had really worked up an appetite by Just look- ing and walking. Now that I was in this Jazzy little Joint, Ididn't know exactly what I wanted. I finally decided to snatch a big meal, so I slung to a "Pine Float" and a "Bubble Gum Block" for dessert. While I was eating the finest meal of my life, two singers appeared on the stage and began to sing 'fThis is the Life for Me. " The screamer had annoimced the singers as being "The Garner Twins." At once I recognized them as being the Gamer twins that I had gone to school with. Yes, it was really MARTI-IA and MARY GARNER.They told me that they were singing for BILLY WILLIAMS. After the twins had told me that Billy was the manager of the Palace, I went to gaze at him. Billy told me that many of our classmates had important duties to perform in the "Beat -nik Palace. "He said the waitresses were RETI-IA LAWRENCE, RUTH I-IEDGEPETI-I, JEAN and PAYE I-IOCKADAY, the band director was JIMMY GLASGOW, the drummer, JERRY SMITH, and the pianist, WINTON ADAMS. After having a short chat with Retha, Ruth, Jean, Faye, Jimmy, Jerry, and Winton, I left Billy's place of business and continued my journey down Narroway. NextI saw WANDRA ADAMS, BUDDY BYRD, JUDY FISH, MACK FOWLER, and BILLY RAY DUPREE.They told me that they were on their way to the car race, because JUDITI-I ENNIS, NANCY YOUNG, and GAIL GILES were the star speeders of the night. They also said Judith Ennis was to drive her car through a tremendous blaze of fire, while Nancy Young was to drive her car off a platform 20 feet high, and at the same time was to go over a body of water 40 feet deep. Now to speak of Gail Giles and her mysterious driving skill-Gail was to make her turn with six consecutive turnovers in the air. This had never been done by anyone in the world. I was told after the performance that night that the three star speeders of the race performed their feats well, but they were now all suffering from broken bodies. I then saw JUDY I-IOCKADAY going down the street on a pair of roller skates. Judy told me that she was news reporter and was going to see MYRTLE SMITI-I, FAYE MATTHEWS, and BOBBIE LOU STONE because they were to be the first homo sapiens to ever make an Atom Bomb out of black pepper and gasoline. How? No one knows but Faye, Myrtle, and Bobbie. I wanted to gaze and switch a word or two with them but was afraid to, because Imight be blown to bits by the bomb they were making. I thought it would be best if we switched our words by means of the telephone. Ah! whom did I see next but BENNY GREGORY and LARRY MANQUM. They told me that they were campaign managers for LINDA SAULS and GLORIA STEPHENSON who were running for the office Dictator of Russia.I knew it would be my life's thrill if I could only talk with Russia's Dictator, so I went to talk with Linda and Gloria. I then saw ANDY MCLEOD, and UDELL REARDON, along with RICHARD WEAVER. All three of them were running down the street like mad, and I asked them why they were in such a hurry. They told me that they were on their way to Africa to learn the customs of the Witch Doctor, because MELVIN HUGHES was a great philosopher of Russia and had hired them to go on this mission to Africa. They told me that I could find Melvin over at the Moscow Cemetery trying to learn what makes jello yell. Having chatted with Melvin, Udell, and Richard for a few minutes, Iasked them if they knew where and what BETTY LOU WOOD was doing. They told me she, along with DOAN WOOD,had a job working in the Moscow Memorial Hospital as Dope Tasters. ln their spare time they picked poppies to make opium. I decided to go over to the hospital to see and talk with Doan and Betty Lou. When I got to the hospital, they were both in the laboratory tasting away on opium and other dopes which are harmful to ordinary persons. When I first arrived, they didn't know whether they were coming or going, but I knew they would soon be going if they didn't stop eating so much dope. After I talked with Betty Lou and Doan for sometime, they told me that BARBARA ALTMANand JOAN YOUNG had performed an excellent dance last night in the Moscow Stadium. I asked them what kind of dancing Barbara and Joan did, and Doan told me that Barbara and Joan were classified as being the coolest Ballet Dancers in the entire universe. That is, if there were no new dancers on Pluto. When I had leamed of Joan and Barbara's occupation, I wanted to see them perform. So I did that very night. After the performance that night, I had a long conversation with Joan and Barbara. They told me that they were expecting to fall during the performance,beCause they had already broken their legs four times while learning this particular dance. Wow! What was that? Before I could turn around to see what it was, Iheard wheels squalling and then a big bang. After I did turn around, I saw a motorcycle with two people coming backdown the street toward me.As the cycle came closer, it began to slow down and bythe time it had reached me, it had come to a com- plete stop. Whom did I see on thc motorcycle but MARY ANNE GARDNER and JON HUNT. Mary Anne told me that she owned the famous Moonset Hotel of Russia, and she hired Jon Hunt as her chauffeur. Mary Anne said that she had wanted Jon to drive a tricycle instead of a motor- cycle, but Jon seemed to dislike three-wheel vehicles so much that she didn't in- sist on Jon's driving a tricycle. Iasked Jon why he was driving sofast whenhe first passed by.He told me that he and Mary Anne were on their way to the Russian Institute to enlarge their vocabu- lary in the Russian lingo. "Russizi!" I exclaimed. Mary Anne said,"Russia now has the best Russian teacher it has ever had", be- fore I could ask her who the teacher was, she had said that BILLY GREGORY, our former classmate,owned the Russian Institute and was also the dean of the Institute . I thought it would be nice if I could get to talk with Billy, so, I asked Mary Anne and Jon if I could ride out to the Institute with them. Upon our arrival at the Institute, I first sw Billy and--and-ah! it's COY LEE BROADWELL. Billy and Coy were discussing a business problem-whether or not they should invest their life's savings in a wine fermentator to place in the In- stitute cafeteria, and whether the fermentator would be profitable to them both. As I was about to leave the Institute, I saw JUDITH MOORE running down the hall screaming, "I-Ielp! Help!" I asked Judy what in the world was wrong. She told me that she was the biology teacher in the Institute and that one of her students was trying to put a pickled hog down her back. Upon leaving the Institute after talking with Judy, Icalled for a taxi to take me back to the hotel in which I was staying. Whom could the "Jet Line" Cab Company send to drive me back to the hotel but TOMMY DUPREE. Yes, it was good old Tommy, one of my dear classmates. As Tommy and I were riding along our merry way, there was a "News Bulletin" that blasted out on the radio of the taxi. The bulletin went something like this. "Attention all friends! June Bug has just arrived in town: Yes,dear friends,our June Bug is home once again": I asked Tommy what kind of bug this was, "Is it harmful to man?" Tommy told me that June Bug wasn't an insect at all, but was JUNE HEDGEPETH our former classmate. Tommy told me that.June had been in Spain for the past three months,leaming new tricks and stunts about Bull Fighting, and that she was to perform tonight to win as the "World's Champion Bull Fighter." Tommy and I agreed on going to see June perform that night. After the performance, I pushed my way through the crowd so that I might get to congratulate June on her excellent fighting. After I had congratulated June, I started chatting with her about the good old school days,but,unfortunately,I didn't get to talk with June very long because of a ferocious bull. The next thing I knew I had been placed once again in the grandstand. This was a knock out for me, because I saw more than just stars. I saw a plane ticket which would scoot me back to the States. The only thing wrong with the plane ticket was that I had no intentions of going back to America, because I wanted to share the exciting Russian life with my classmates. So I did just that! 1 ji 65 arshzxls 1959 BETTY LOU WOOD 0 NANCY YOUNG JUDY HOCKADAY chief BILLY WILLIAMS JUDY ENNIS Chief COY LEE BROADWELL FAYE MATTHEWS WANDRA ADAMS HAROLD WOODALL ff' 'BETTY LOU WOOD ' Business Manager Assistant Editor MYRTLE SMITH JUDY I-IOCKADAY Editor JON HUNT ANNE ADAMS Photog raphy Editor Sports Editor ST EVE OWEN Sports Editor Circulation Manager J 'fT'k3W:- -f - Q--rg JANIC E OGBURN Literary Editor PATTY SUE WILLIAMS Art Editor MISS Sponsor ERRY ALTM J AN MISS PANSIE CAMERON F e ature Editor Sponsor last mill ,Rnd esiamrni It is a sad occasion for my client, the Class of '60, of Angier High School, of the town of Angier, State of North Carolina, in this month of May, year of nineteen hundred and sixty. The class now faces the fact that the days of school are dying out, the time is drawing nearer to the final rites-GRADUATION. After a greatfdeal of consideration and in- ventory, the class asked me to state 'for her that she may have overlooked or been mistakeiffgin her inventory, but she hereby states her Last Will and Testament as follows: f' Attention: Listen while I read the document, as has been drawn up and sworn to: M ITEM I To our parents we leave our love and appreciation for theiikstruggle to get us through school. ITEM II- To our sponsors, Miss Ruth Jones and Miss Pansie Cameron, we leave peacewof mind, restful nights, and our best wishes. V ITEM Ill To our faculty we leave all notebooks, scratch papers, and old tests. ITEM IV. To Mr. Banks we leave a desk full of excuses to get out of school. ITEM V- To our mascots we leave our shoes hoping they'll follow our footsteps toward reaching their goals as SENIORS . ITEM VI To our dear old Alma Mater we leave our dearest memories and the hope that it will keep progressing . ITEM VII To the Juniors we leave fperiod!J hoping they will all become Seniors next year. ITEM VIII: To the Sophomores we leave all our old Biology booklets. ITEM IX: To the Freshmen we leave-hoping they'll work hard in the coming years and have as much fun as we have had. ITEM X: We, the Senior Class of '60, do hereby leave the following to our beneficiaries: 1. I, WINTON ADAMS, leave my ability to make D Honor Roll without taking my books home to Jimmy Gregory . 2. I, WANDRA ADAMS, leave my ability to get amnesia when I get around boys to Joy Denning. 3 I, BARBARA ALTMAN, le ave my height to Joyce Page . 4 I, JERRY ALTMAN, leave my blushes to Jimmy Matthews fthat is, if his face can turn that redj. 5. I, COY LEE BROADWELL, leave mfy good times, mischievous ways, loud laugh, and all my French Il homework papers to anyone taking French II next year. 6. I, BUDDY BYRD, leave everything I can't take away in my little black Bord. 7 I, BILLY RAY DUPREE, leave my ability to be "Best Dressed" to Sammy jackson. 8 I, TOMMY DUPREE, leave Bus 644 to anyone who has the ability to drive it. 9 I, JUDY ENNIS, would leave my fingernails but I don't have any. 10 I, JUDY FISH, would leave my red hair, but Ifigure it'll come out soon enough when I go to college. 11. I, MACK FOWLER, leave my ability to never take home any books and never make passing grades to A. G. Card. 4 12. I, MARY ANNE GARDNER, leave my basketball scorebook to anyone who wants the job as scorekeeper. 13. I, MARTHA GARNER, leave my loud, impatient ways to my sister, Ruth. 14. I, MARY GARNER, leave everything Martha doesn't leave. 15. I, GAIL GILES, leave my ability to attract Fords to Hilda Tart. 16. I, JIMMY GLASGOW, leave my naturally straight hair to anyone who will take care of it. 17, I, BENNY GREGORY, leave my position as left guard to Bill Banks in hopes he will hold it with honor, hard blocks, and sharp cleats. 18 I, BILLY GREGORY, leave my energetic ways to Paul Max Nordan. 19 I, LARRY GREGORY, leave all my excess weight to Sondra Reavis. 20. I, JUNE I-IEDGEPETH, leave my book, "360 Excuses to Stay Out of School, " to Patty Sue Williams. 21. I, RUTH ANN I-LEDGEPETH, leave some of my freckles to Bobby Mauldiu. 22 I, EMMA JEAN HOCKADAY, leave my bottle of peroxide to Jean Upchurch. 23 I, FAYE DEAN HOCKADAY, leave all my books to Joyce Ennis in hopes she can carry them. 24 I, JUDY HOCKADAY, leave my reckless driving to Ora Mae Matthews, ip hopes she won't get caught. 25 I, MELVIN HUGHES, leave my job'at the grill to anyone who wants to work twice a week. 26 I, JON HUNT, leave my ambitious character to Glenda Adams. 27 I, RETHA LEE LAWRENCE, leave my 18-inch waist line to Jerry Sue Adams. 28 I, LARRY MANGUM, leave my ability to pass Algebra I Qin three yearsJ to Ronnie Owen. 29 I, FAYE MATTHEWS, leave my Beta Club pin to Bobby Brown. 30 I, ANDY MCLEOD, leave all my conduct points to anyone who wants them. 31 I, JUDITI-I MOORE, leave my ability to go steady to Mamie Johnson. 32 I, UDELL REARDON, leave my ability to make good grades to anybody who needs it. 33 I, LINDA SAULS, leave nothing because I need all I got. 34 I, JERRY SMITH, would leave my glasses, but I think I will need them. 35 I, MYRTLE SMITH, leave my book, "Keeping A Steady Date," to Barbara Earp. 36 I, ROBERT STANCLL, leave my sleeping sickness to Bobby Ray Adams. I 37 I, ANNIE FAYE STANLEY, leave my quiet, sincere ways to Vicky Holland. 38 I, BOBBY LOU STONE, leave my French I and II books to Jerry Partin. 39 I, RICHARD WEAVER, leave my true Southern accent to anyone who can display a southern brogue as well as I can. 40 I, BILLY WILLIAMS, would leave my nickname "TANK!' but I know no one is as suitable for it as I am. 41 I, BETTY LOU WOOD, leave my giggles and smile to Miss Cameron so that she will not be a grouch to her students next year. I 42 I, DOAN WOOD, leave to join Grady, taking with me my diploma, and everything that's mine, even my ability to run around on BIRD LEGS. 43 I, JOAN YOUNG, leave my titles as "Most Original" and "Friendliest" to Jaines Spence, who surely doesn't need them because he has plenty of titles of his own. f 44 I, NANCY YOUNG, leave my title "Short Fat Fanny" to Dorothy Dean. ,, 45 I, GLORIA STEPHENSON, leave all my Chemistry notes to anyone who will make more use of them than I did. I This, our Last Will and Testament, is hereby stated and witnessed. ' Witnesses Miss Pansie Cameron GLORLA STEPI-IENSON Miss Ruth Jones Class Testatrix 68 I-MQ., :fs 1' .ff A ' k""i Y 'F' I ,GS mm N , -19.- -. '7 '. eh. ' V "K. :,,k3mx ,Ea -r V K' e purpose of athletics is not only to win a ga.me,but rather, to learn and practice good sportsmanship with g smile--win or lose. ' - ' S., i gl- 41- cg -5 i it T! 2 , , f 3 by N 5 a H A Www L, J. f, xlilrl? "f?xYt,5 it - in f - WSH- - , Y' If ,,g9f"" .,,n,, 4 V. 1 i Y 'W x, ,Qi I 317 si 4. y B.. Left to right: Assistant Coach Wilmer Walker, A. G. Card, Andy McLeod, jerry Partin, Bill Banks, Billy Williams, Buddy Byrd, Coach Bruce Shelley, Rex Matthews, Harold Woodall, Lynwood Dupree, Billy Surles, Fred Owen, Don Fish. iw. f 2' 4 - Q Left to right: Ronnie Smith, Frankie Howard, Guerney Hayes, Ronnie Warren, Bickey jackson, W. C . Asheworth, Ronnie McLeod, Willie Jeffries, Robert Hall, Marvin Smith, Coach Bruce Shelley Jerry Teasley, Bill Lee, Mike McLeod, Don Bett. 70 Assistant Coach Wilmer Walker and Coach Bruce Shelley nga' Ears keihzxll XXL f - , , Ipiyfx ,f'ss' I , 'Q 73 ' I ' , -J,,..s ,,0, ML. Q ' x ' '.,, 3 1 A ., we 1345 . if ff' Y' ' m I I r Wi. f' I ' ,K ee s I ' ,W 1 43 W . Q a XX r 5' WA :f'f 3 1 5 .' 5 4 x ? 4 ' 2' X an 2 3 A A LYNWOOD DUPREE BUDDY BYRD ANDY MCLEOD BILLY WILLIAMS Guard Forward Forward Forward 71 First row, left to right: Anne Adams, Doan Wood, Gloria Stephenson, Wandra Adams, Glenda Dupree, Sue Owen Sec ond row: jerry Sue Adams, Wyonna Adams, Glenda Adams, Joyce Page, Jean Mabry, joy Denning, janet Howard Linda Lou Gardner. Third row: Judy Wheeler, Manager, Miss Cameron, Coach, Mary Anne Gardner, Scorekeeper WANDRA ADAMS Co -Captain Qirls' Zgaskeihzxll HARNETT COUNTY SPORTSMANSHI P AWARD 1960 'r- 72 GLORIA STEPI-IENSON Co -Captain MISS CAMERON C oach I 1 .-N, Q ' f Hr' i 1: ' 'PY iw ' 'Bla 3 sm: .-, ,v..x ' 3. ,.--J, Q - ,B ,,. , A Q. , A . .. ' r avfff?-yew 5 S U N H fr w,f,.,a , ., ., ,,.-, 'I ft "M f 5.4, in' v ' v ffffni ,,e iw, 'Y viii" ' ' f , M. ,, 5 J- ' rv- -. First row, left to right: Mr. R. G. Banks, Mr. Hannibal Wilson, Mr. Bobby Sorrell, Mr Norwood Adams, Mr. Ulius Hughes, Mr. Dossy Mangum, Mr. Claude, Mauldin. Second row: Mr. Red Williams, Mr. Clyde Adams, Mr. Marshall Jackson, Mr. Hartwell Nordon, Mr. Cam Partin, Mr. Carl Stancil, Mr. Lacoma Adams, Mr. Frank Sartin. X. K , Y ww - Left to right: Ann Stephenson, Phyllis Coats, Brenda Langdon, Donna Mangum, Judy Coats, Chief, Julia Peed, Gail Giles Vicky Holland, Dottie Barnes. 74 3 Qflqeerleaders BRENDA LANGDON BARBARA EARP DONNA MANGUM PI-IYLLIS COATS JULIA PEED DALE ADAMS JUDY COATS ANN STEPHENSON CML GILES DOTTIE BARNES VICKY HOLLAND 75 First row, left to rig ht: jams Spence, M a rv i n Sartin, Larry Mangu:m,Winton Adams, Melvin H u 9 h e s, Steve Wilson, Bobby Adam s. Se cond row: Benny Gre g ory, Steve Adams, A.G. C ar d, Sammy jackson, Bobby Mauldin, Jerry Partin, Ronnie Owen. Third row: Coach Bruce Shelley,Bi1l Banks , Paul Nordan, Billy Williams, Robert Stancil, Assistant Coach Wi1merWalker. . views" '14, ' . ' - -Q 5- .A " F11 WM' fi -. ,, A if f , , , ffifw- 7, f' ' ' Aff 'if 5" wffwf ' H ' 'f 'f 'fri'-f who-' .. -'f ff ' if f , V , ,Q-QW.-. , ,- ,-,, 1 Lil! , RE, 1 xl A Q g,,.., ,, aa i 3 wx, 4,1141 ,iffy 79 rl ha, , 3 Q9 53- A 14 f3D',aa A ff' , 1 N? , L I ., Y A V , 4 5 , 3 1 A Z N ,f A .K ff lf?-K!! 9 "12mgR-Ani . ee - - - .- ., .. WRX R A , , M 1. IL I 4 I 4 ' P- F f Y 17- l 'Af l ff? MM ,A .:,s,5f:,'--ff, f V ,1- 1 A f ' :R ' " Wfugajgg' 1 W . ' . '.:65i':1:fi'-:"'v,'Hifi- -449 ,f 457 4. f J , f 1, ,Q I V 1 f Q A W ?fi'i'f3f0fZ?fg'Q41 Mew' f ' r, Aw., , ' A? 1 wg' 'S , ff' ga" N A, X . X 'E I7 if Ji My , fa, 4 ,A ,, ' 4 W A A f MELVIN I-IUGI-IES V g A b V, , 'Y F ullb ack N f ' JlR?YH1liZ-'S TT e t ac i -1, 1 , , i'.1gf,.Q f, A 2 :LARRY MANGUM . Quarterback A ,, R5 1 ': W' A if WE? ' Y, 5 , Sd ,I :J I A X Q: W 2 W 1 A it? 'S 5- -be A -A ' my X , I 1 ,. ' 7 ,AA A i W, ' 1 N . L ' L' 1 I - 5251 A 1 Y ,V Y - . . , -- -1, , A , ' I I R A. G. CARD A Left End WINTON ADAMS Left Tackle BILLY WILLIAMS Left Guard . 'T Ru 19 4 9 f. if ar I N ,s ' 4- R , Rl! -T 1, 'Q f 0 Q 35' R s. 1 .fi ,, - - " 'N M' mga, ,,,.-an BOBBY ADAMS RONN IE OYVEN sl' 'fs SAMMY JACKSON "1" ' I I ! I rj 1 Y 1 lg- AV A rf ii-., Q-A., F-4 ln- IF'-ff A 7 wf,gV,,f 'f' 'ffiwff , ff am' ,'fj,6:,1fiff T Jin .,-' ' , T' W , f 11 f I . . 14vfff.ffffi?' 1 ' 1 iii, W 1 ' 'T K' ,T ' ' ' f'fT?i.J,f Q T E ' E R K ,,,, , ,V f , , Q f T 4 6 , ,T 2 ,X , ff MARVIN SMITH ,V Y ,4 M 4 STEVE WILSON Right Halfback KENNY GREGORY Right Guard , lk" ,fl , v TU-glfff ix W-A .ggi " . a ,ya I' 2295? 52 7-ff' 1 W ' 5411! J, T 45 1- f .f mf 'saw ,qi xg J ,Aix A X .- ,f 67 wl. W ii -, , f ' D-.T ' 4 A J QSM 2' 5.2 '02 f' Taffy Q5 'M "" 1:1569 Wim, -.Sy Q '- , ii V 35353, ' . 1 7,54 2:3 , Xgiw ,V . T W,,,W,,f N T 2? -N, if J ,,- XWWW hfy' ' E R -u , ,, T f V52 Qfwgzl-5 t f V J ' 1- -5? Q 1- 1 I AL H Q 1 ' V f , ,ff V fl 'R rv ' ' 45911, . . 1' ,Rr 1 ' W 'J me X I? fx W cw A ff f M! by A 435 4' Q ff! ill K R 'f X v,'5f?s X Th qw, X fl f j f 0 "4 'S V W 4 9331 1,5 A as X 51 'I N inf' , Q Y W' ki 1' Iv: NZSKAQ 9 X , E' ' f rr 5 ' ,, R W f M WF: " gf 1 V? r 2' 5 1 X V J f ZW, ,LEW ' 4. T 3' x S ' ' SSR' M46 RX y T , T, ' fx, 'ual , , W ' K I S.7V, PAUL MAX NORDAN JAMES SPENCE ROBERT STANCLL Right Tackle A Right End Center First row, left to right: Lan'y Talton, jerry Matthews, Carl Gilbert, Butch Hurt, Ray Owen. Second row: Frankie Howard, . . . . 11 W.u. johnny Gardner, Kemp Young, Don Fish, Ronnle Smith. Third row: Ray Bennett, Gary Pleasant, Robert Ha , 1 ie Jefferies, Mack McLeod. Qw- W .., ,., A I up-f ...W b , , W f . . av. . 1 ,,,..L ,Q . , ' ,fa V . ,,,,,,,, , V I' f W xx 'nf -u fo, 74 .- ,,g. A ,V ,Q 1 v ,H i W' Q ' I V ,f fy f Q -V - K ' 1. I mi , ,Ll A-ALJ ,I ,Aix . fs. . R N i, , V , , xnq, ,, Iv 5 g . V 1' - - .. E lr. 1 , I ,, WM., n ee ,I , V 6 , , A , S ' A JV Football Ray Bennett, Mack McLeod, Larry Talton, Carl Gilbert, jerry Matthews, Butch Hurt, Ray Owen, Robert Hall, Frankie Howard, Kemp Young, Don Fish. 78 -gguw .- 'J gn Up 1-F lf gf .z . -rw wen ':'s .,5, v.. 'ini , ng:----' '35 'B ' Q , , - ,u -xi-,urn l nfs ' ' -. I ' ly, ' ll ',: J Q N ' 1' I --if - I NT" f f i 1 W' ,J eng if B 1 2 E ' , A X 4'-'ff-J 1 . ..-4 . ...fir Let's play ball! This is the way! , upturn. W ,fr K ' e QQ, X., ff' --uv'-75330 BTI' 4 'xii K , fa W' -0 .2 Fl B i st i s First row, left to right: jerry Bullock, Steve Adams, W. C. Ashworth, Fred Owen, Melvin Hughes, Lynwood Dupree, Steve Wilson, Ronnie Wheeler. Second row: james Spence, Jerry Partin, Rex Matthews, Gary Pleasant, J. M. Byrd, Kemp Young, Steve Owen, Harry Lee Smith. Third row: Billy Surles, Bill Banks, Willie Jefferies, Billy Williams, jimmy B Glasgow, Ronnie Smith, Coach Bruce Shelley. 79 I A Q A, ."A Ll Q ve H ff ,qi fi P Ni BILLY SURLES " e Right Field OK X, LYNWOOD DUPREE 1 3 , gf." XY XR Center Field 4 fig. Nl V, V. f FRED OWEN - S Y H Ky , w Second Base W A 325 ' I ' xf New A ' N f X.- q qe .gm A f- NNN , O W ,V 'A Hy, v '- Xe J ' X STEVE ADAMS I1 1 -. g First Base XX lx If V i f W f' -' u ss Y V Q pn. L . i Q , 5 ef.. 1 '--W-'W' " v STEVE OWEN Third Base f i' PW STEVE WILSON BOBBY RAY MAULDIN v, :E Left Field ' 4, 5 Pitcher 14? 2 -f li, ,W Q Q 'ri N 1' ,X I: 1 , ' X N xy. ' ' Y ' , , , , JM ""' fr ' ' .4 , , E! ' 1 YW, ,'i,,,. .W Q 9 N M JERRY PARTIN MELVIN HUGHES Catcher Shortstop l 1 5 2 . ...,.,.,R.g I 4. We I is 'L 0 , 6, -- "" ,.--- -' ' ly xiii' 1, .nf mul- ,fn The key to the supporting of our annual is through the patronizing of our advertisers, so Won't you consider their thoughtfulness and support , e them. K M I i T. A ,n , 1 1 A B. J. CHEVRCDLET, INC. Telephone MElrose 9-2303 P.O. Box 246 Angier, North Carolina John R. Byrd Clyde Adams 82 YCDUIXIGS DEPARTMENT STQPE WE have at all times large assortments of living room suites, assorted patterns of wool rugs at the most po pu lar prices and sizes, mahogany and walnut dining room suites, a full assort- ment of breakfast room and dinette suites. We carry a full line of Hotpoint appliances and Perfection cook- ing stoves, oil heaters and refrigerators. We carry a complete line of seed and feed and farm equipment.Consult us when you plan your next building or building job. Phone ME 9-8809 Angler, North Carolina 83 H 1 g , :ig Fl ner C ITIZIE les - if . . . I I blaltls 2 'luzusr co, - :AEE 1 .L wi-M FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CCDIVIPANY Complete Banking Service Serving Agriculture - Business - Commerce Angler Coats Dunn North Carolina 84 TCDMMY BYRIXIES' AND ELMUS Shoes and Clothing will make o hit with you Phone: MElrose 9-2530 Angier, North Carolina 85 4 L. WIMBFRLFYS FFFD MILL For the Advancement of Our Community With Better Mi lk, Meat, and Eggs Angler, North Carolina 86 I 1 J Q .,,.,...----4' . If BALLENTIIXIES DAIRY Grade A Pasteurizecl Homogenlzed Milk For Health, Wealth, and Prosperity MUrray 7-2662 Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 87 CCDLLINS BPCDTHEPS' SCDDA SHOP Sandwiches, Gifts, Sundoes, Coco-Colos Our Desire Is To Serve You Phone MElrose 9-2917 Angier, North Corol ino BANK CDF PUCQUAY Phone MU 7-2222 "A Good Home For Your Savings" Fuquoy Springs North Carol inc 88 ir' I. I V - Pfifaeauwf, " U' ELECTRIC SALES 84 SERVICE Phone MElrose 9-4407 Angier North Carolina State License il I 24 ANGIER FARMERS SUPPLY F.C.X. Distributor Feeds, Seeds, Fertilizers General Farm Supplies Phone MElrose 9-29l9 Angier North Carolina Roy Burt, Manager I-IARNETT IVIILLINC3 CO. Custom Grinding and Mixing Wayne Feeds Phone ME 9-2505 Angier, North Carolina TWIN CITY LAUN DRY AN D CLEANERS Angier's Newest and Finest Fast Dry Cleaning and Shirt Service Angier, North Carolina .: Modem Living Sign lar '59 - qQEv eN "Vi 3' The m.I.-E1.Ec11uc Medallion Home! ge Whether you plan to buy, build or remodel, look 'S it to The Medallion as your new hallmark of excellence .I ,. Y... N ', , g,Q:,i:ff. in modern livintadd Your CPGL representative can give you full de ' s. .'i2l.?2 ' ",' l CAROLINA POWER cf LIGHT coMrANY 2 1 Q' fqf, l i '- " ".' LIVE ELLlOTT'S PHARMACY Drug Service Since l9l4 Phone MU 7-2277 Fuquoy Springs North Carolina more SAUSAGE per pound It's Cooked Weight That Counts 01155 iffgj ZT3i,?f,ff5mY BIG TOP WAREHOUSE Sell Your Tobacco At Highest Prices Phone MU 7-4550 Fuquoy, North Carolina 90 Prescriptions Ford Sales and Service I-IEULON DEAN STUDIO Portrait and Commercial Photography 213 Woodland Drive - Fuquay Springs, N.C. NDITIONED A Q' Telephone MU 7-2865 AIR-CO Oil Paintings - Weddings Picture Frames - Children STEPHENS SUPPLY CO. C. R. FERREL Watches Diamonds Electric Shavers Watch and Jewelry Repair Hardware and Building Supplies Frigidaire Appliances Avolite and DuPont Paints Phone MU 7-2261 Angier, North Carolina Varina, North Carolina TALTON'S REXALL DRUGS SEXTON'S MOTOR SALES Our Specialty Phone MElrose 9-2929 Angier, North Carolina Clean, Late Model Used Cars Li I l ington North Carolina DR. A. N. JOHNSON Optometrist Office Hours 8:30-5:30 Wednesday 8:30 -l:3O Fuquay Springs North Carolina . WRENN INSURANCE AGENCY Bookkeeping and Tax Service Varina, North Carolina POPE'S 5c-104 STORE Angier, North Carolina Congratulations to the Class of I 960 INSTITUTICDNAL FCDCDD INC. ANGIER HARDWARE COMPANY C 8: D INSURANCE SERVICE Hardware, Farm Equipment Building Supplies, Wire Fencing Complete The Store of Quality Service and Satisfaction J .M. Byrd, Manager Phone MElrose 9-2832 Angier, North Carolina Insurance Service Phone ME 9-2990 Angier, North Carolina Compliments of PAUL'S AUTO SUPPLY Phone MU 7-2226 Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina WILLIAMS CLEANERS Phone ME 9-2384 Angier, North Carolina "For Better Cleaning, Go To WlLLlAMS" ANGIER TIRE SERVICE P.O. Box 401 Angier, North Carolina Phone ME 9-2326 PARKER'S FURNITURE STORES Fine Furniture Reasonably Priced Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Varina, North Carolina AS HWORTH'S, INC. Clothing for the Men and Boys Shoes for the Family Air-Conditioned Fuquay Springs, North Carolina McKNlGHT'S DRUGSTORE Phone ME 9-2230 Angier, North Carolina TILLY BROTHERS BODY SHOP Bear Front-End Alignment Service Body - Glass - Upholstery Phone MU 7-4338 P.O. Box 7 Fuquay Springs North Carolina THE VARIETY STORE General Merchandise Hardware and Fertilizer Angier, North Carolina Phone ME 9-22ll L.l. Ogburn, Prop. HUDSON-BELK CO. Clothing Household Needs Fuquay Springs North Carolina Sell Your Tobacco at LIBERTY WAREHOUSE Phone Mu 7-5402 Top Prices and Courteous Service Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Buddy Campbell, Operator JOHNSON'S DRUG STORE "ln Business For Your Health" Phone MU 7-4666 Fuquay Springs, North Carolina WOODALL'S Where Quality Comes First Phone ME 9-2535 Angier, North Carolina LILLI-ANN'S Fuqucy Springs, North Corolino APEX JOBBING COMPANY Fuquay-Varino, North Carolina GOLD LEAF WAREHOUSE Varina, North Carolina ADAMS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Varinc, North Carolina THOMAS COUNTRY STORE Vcrinc, North Carolina FUQUAY MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Fuquay Springs, North Carolina WOODLEY'S FLOWER SHOP Angier, North Carolina SUITT SERVICE STATION Angier, North Carolina FUQUAY BAKERY 8. SNACK BAR Fuquoy Springs, North Carolina VARINA WHOLESALERS Fuquoy Springs, North Carolina LILLINGTON TRACTOR 8g IMPLEMENT CO. Lillington, North Carolina REAVES SHOE SHOP Fuquay Springs, North Carolina THE PLEASANT SHOP Angier, North Carolina ANGIER RADIO SHOP Angier, North Carolina POOLE'S, INC. Raleigh, North Carolina COLLINS' GROCERY Angier, North Carolina HONEYCUTT FRUIT Sn PRODUCE COMPANY Raleigh, North CcroIino 94 McLEAN GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION Angier, North Carolina SOUTHSIDE WAREHOUSE Fuquay Springs, North Carolina PATE'S BARBER SHOP Angier, North Carolina THE ELMO COMPANY Fuquay Springs, North Carolina ANGIER BEAUTY SHOP Angier, North Carolina VILLAGE OPEN-AIR MARKET Erwin, North Carolina WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Angier, North Carolina HOWARD-BOBBITT COMPANY Sanford, North Carolina WE WISH TO THANK WEIS AND WELLS Angier, North Carol ina UNITED TELEPHONE COMPANY OF THE CAROLINAS, INC. Southern Pines, North Carolina ASHLEY'S BARBER SHOP Angier, North Carolina R. T. JACKSON 8 WIFE Angier, North Carolina THE MONTGOMERY-GREEN Raleigh, North Carolina CROSS POULTRY Raleigh, North Carolina LOUIS MILANI FOODS, INC. Los Angeles, California Faye Matthews, Jean Matthews, Jean Mabry, Barbara Altman and Donna Mangum for their work on the annual ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS As each edition of the preceding annuals has been finished, so, we must bring this edition to a close also. But this would be impossible without expressing our appreciation for the leadership and help we have received. We cannot express our thanks enough to our annual advisers, Miss Ruth Jones and Miss Pansie Cameron, for their wise council and unlimited time they have given to the work of this annual. We are deeply indebted to Mr. Heulon Dean, our photographerg Mr. T . M. Kilby, for his work with our layoutg Hunter Publishing Companyg and our patrons O r dee t't d ' u p gra 1 u e 1S extended to all who have given their time,effort and guidance toward making this publicatio possible. 95 Thank you, TI-IIE ANNUAL STAFF roduct of Qsuiugraplqs un'l'er Qwfuhmg 333 INDIANA AVENUE WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 174, , v . Y xv ' , .1 J ' 35" , 1. .. 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