Central High School - Breaker Yearbook (Elizabeth City, NC)
- Class of 1960
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Text from Pages 1 - 98 of the 1960 volume:
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
Elizabeth City, North Carolina3ovewovd
This, the BREAKERfor 1960, marks the end of another phase in our lives. As we bid goodbye to these hallowed halls, that have meant so much to us in the past four years, let us pause to look back on some of the activities and organizations that played such a large part in our lives during that time.
Perhaps at a future date when we pick up this book it will bring back pleasant memories and thus serve as a connecting link with a past embodied with pleasure and a rich heritage.
To you, the graduating class of May 1960, we offer this yearbook which is a record of our last year at Central. It's worth can only be determined by you, THE READER.
Dedication Page Administration Seniors
Seated: Ann Pike, Lona Mae Spear, Mrs. Buelah Sharber, Faye Weeks. Standing: Edith Williams, Ann Perry, Don Winslow, Kaye Brothers, Billie Ann Reid.-V • ' v '
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COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
W. T. Olds; Dr. C. D. Johnson; J. H. Bright; Carroll Brothers; Charles Saunders; V. B. Morgan; J. H. Leroy, Chairman; J. H. Moore.
LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD Gilbert Godfrey, Chairman; A. B. Carter, J. L. Onley, Garland Harris, Marrion Harris.Ceziers
Top Row: India Steading, Lona Mae Spear, Dawn White, Phyllis Bundy. Bottom Row: Norma Faye Bright, Audrey Sawyer, Dianne Jackson, Ann Harrell.
P. T. A. OFFICERS
Mr. Harold Witt sell, President; Mr. H. B. Davenport, Treasurer; Mrs. Andrew Winslow, Vice President; Mr. Leslie Wood, Secretary.
L. R. Hall PrincipalLee R. Hall Principal
Mattie Brite Science
Helen Larabee Home Economics
Alma Jackson English Business Math
Yvonne Roughton Commercial
Frances Hoggard Social Studies
F. Webb Williams, Jr.
C. O. McMullan Social Science Coach
J. E. Derrick Science Mathematics CoachIrene Riddick 4th Grade
Bertie Ferrell 4th Grade
Eugenia Ashley 3rd Grade
Vivian Jones 3rd Grade
Annie Pritchard 3rd Grade
Velma Moore 2nd Grade
Attie Cartwright 2nd Grade
Courtney Sawyer 2nd Grade
Edwin Reel 8th Grade
Jessie Singletary 8th Grade
Blanche Twiford 7th Grade
Hilda Pell 7th Grade
Mary Jane James 6th Grade
Virginia Hewitt 6th Grade
Eva Temple 5th Grade
Alma Weeks 5th Grade
Freda Pendleton 1st Grade
Carrie Meekins 1st Grade
Leila Harris 1st GradeClass Song
We shall always love our high school song Deep in our hearts it has dwelled for so long, Footsteps may falter through every passing day, We shall remember it in every way,
Yet till the end when life's dim shadows fall, This will be found the sweeteest song of all.
We a class of Central, hate to part from thee,
We shall think of you—, when we're far away,
No more good old friendships,
No more well known ways,
Memories will make sweeter our high school days, Our old high school days.
MASCOTS Robin Cartwright Woody Winslow
Joyfull we hail thee, Dear Old Central High,
Time will never alter our Devotion true,
Time for our commencement now is drawing nigh, We will part with a friendship for each of you,
For each one of you.
COLORS Red and White
United We Stand; Divided We Fall Compliments of P. T. A.EDNA MAE BATEMAN EDWARD LEON BOONE NORMA FAYE BRIGHT
May bad luck follow you all the days The way to fight a woman is with What can I be but what I am .
of your life and never overtake you. your hat; grab it and run.
PHYLLIS ELAINE BRIGHT JAMES EDWARD BRINKLEY
How lovely school would be without Some think the world is made for fun lessons. and frolic—so do I.
ELBERT RAY BUNCH PHYLLIS ANN BUNDY
An all around fellow who's generally OLA MAE BUNDY Her smile speaks louder than her
all around. To know her is to like her. words.lors
JAMES RAY CARTWRIGHT It's not what a man stands for; its what he falls for.
WILLIAM ROBERT CARTWRIGHT If I could only sleep as well nights as I can in class.
WOODROW TWIFORD CLARK Great men all over the world are dying; I don't feel so well myself.
SHERWOOD ERNEST COLSON IVIE JOHNSON COOPER, JR
Why can't everyone be contented like Not that I dislike study but I like fun me? much better.
FRED CARROLL HAMRICK, JR SANDRA FLYNN JENNINGS
Those who know the most say the DIANNE OLDS JACKSON She seems quiet, but do we really
least. A modest little maiden—maybe, know her?MAMIE ELLEN JONES ELIZABETH ANNETTE MEADS EVA LOU PERRY
An ounce of fun is worth a pound of It is better to understand a little Her life is like a moon-there's a sorrow. than to misunderstand a lot. man in it.
MARGARET ANN PIKE MYRTLE CHRISTINE PRITCHARD
Friendliness is a power; a smile its Men annoy me, but I like to be sword. annoyed.
AUDREY MARIE SAWYER
SARA LOU PRITCHARD WILSON EDWARD REID, JR Although her figure is rather slim;
If smiles were riches she could re- Behold I am here! Let the doings with her personality she's really a tire. proceed. gem.LONA MAE SPEAR Life is like a job--what counts is not how long it is but how good it is.
JOSEPH EDWARD SAWYER WILLIE BAGLEY SHARBER, JR
Good men are scarce, take care of Give life what it requires--but no me. more.
INDIA PATRICIA STEADING C. EVERETT SWACKHAMMER, JR.
. A good heart is better than all the Now Einstein says E equals MC2 heads in the World. but I say—
JESSIE CAROLYN TAYLOR She tells her cracks and remains quite cool.
EDITH ANN WALLER Good student, Good companion, good athlete, and a good friend.
EDISON POWERS WARD, JR Have a good time while you're alive -you’ll be dead a long time.Seniors
EDWIN CHRISTOPHER WEEKS MURIEL FAYE WEEKS
The ideal Prince Charming--Don't A perfect woman, nobly planned, to push, girls. warm, to comfort, and command.
LORETTA DAWN WHITE I never worry! Worry is interest paid on trouble before it falls due.
DUDLEY CECIL WHITE He spoke to a girl once and claims it was a mistake.
JAMES HOWARD WINSLOW PHILIP WILSON WINSLOW
An authority on the workings of Love is blind but marriage is an F.F.A. awful eye opener.Row one: Mamie, Willie, Eva Lou, Ivie, Ann, Dianne. Row two: Edith Ann, Jimmy H., Carolyn, Annette, Woodrow, Audrey. Row three: "Brother", Phyllis, Jimmy B., Lona Mae, Jimmy C., India, Row four: Ola Mae, Sara Lou, Phyllis, Joe, Myrtle, Fred. Row five: Dawn, Sandra, Dudley, Norma Faye, Faye, Ray. Row six: Edna Mae, Bobby.Ann Pike - Jimmie H. Winslow
ELIZABETH CITY JEWELERS ASSOCIATIONBest Dressed
Audrey Sawyer - Ray Bunch
Compliments ofEdith Waller - Bobby Cartwright
CAUSEWAY MARINAMost 5alentei
Ola Mae Bundy - Ivie Cooper
SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT CO.
Best All Around
Faye Weeks - Fred Hamrick
Compliments ofMost Studious
WOODLAND DRESS SHOPDawn White - Jimmy Cartwright
TUCK’S BAR B-Q
WHMost £i(tely So Succeed
Norma Faye Bright - Wilson Reid Compliments of NEW HOME APPLIANCE CO. INC.
EDNA MAE BATEMAN
Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Superlative 4.
EDWARD LEON BOONE Football 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4.
NORMA FAYE BRIGHT Beta Club 2,3,4, President 4; F. H. A. 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club
184.108.40.206, Vice-President 3; Splash Staff, Typist 4; Basketball 1,2; Junior Play 3; Student Council
3.4, Chaplain 4; Marshal 3; Superlative 4.
PHYLLIS ELAINE BRIGHT F. H. A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 4.
JAMES EDWARD BRINKLEY Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,4; Baseball 1,2,4; Monogram Club 3,4.
ELBERT RAY BUNCH Elizabeth City High School 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Superlative 4.
OLA MAE BUNDY
F. H. A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Pianist 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Splash Staff, Typist 4; Superlative 4.
PHYLLIS ANN BUNDY
F. H. A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Splash Staff 3,4, Sports Editor 3,4; Junior Play 3; Basketball, Manager 3, Scorekeeper 3; Monogram Club 4; Beta Club 3,4; Student Council 3,4.
JAMES RAY CARTWRIGHT F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Monogram 3,4; Football 2,3,4.
WILLIAM ROBERT CARTWRIGHT Student Council 1,3,4, Sargent-at-Arms 3; Glee Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; F. F. A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Monogram Club2,3,4; Class President 1; Football 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Superlative 4, Homecoming King 4.
WOODROW TWIFORD CLARK Football 2,3,4; Junior Play 3; 4-H Club 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Superlative 4.
SHERWOOD ERNEST COLSON Deep Creek High School 1,2; Superlative 4.
I VIE JOHNSON COOPER, JR.
Student Council 1; Class Officer, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4; Junior Play 3; F. F. A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Superlative 4.
FRED CARROLL HAMRICK, JR Student Council 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, Class President 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Splash Staff 3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Junior Play; Superlative 4; Chief Marshal.
DIANNE OLDS JACKSON Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Librarian 4; F.H.A. 1,2; Cheerleader 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4.
SANDRA FLYNN JENNINGS Glee Club 1,2; Substitute Cheerleader 2; F. H. A. 1,2; Brodgen High School 3; 4-H Club 1.
MAMIE ELLEN JONES F. H. A. 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Junior Play.
ELIZABETH ANNETTE MEADS
Glee Club 2,3,4.
EVA LOU PERRY
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3; F. H. A. 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Co-Historian 4; Student Council 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Superlative 4.
MARGARET ANN PIKE Student Council 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3; Beta Club 2,3,4, President 3; F. H. A. 1,2,3,4; Annual 3,4, Associate Editor 4; Splash Staff 4, Typist 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Junior Play; Monogram Club 4; Marshal 3; Superlative 4.
CITY MOTOR PARTSSfafisfics
MYRTLE CHRISTINE PRITCHARD Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2.
SARA LOU PRITCHARD Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; F. H. A. 1; 4-H Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Superlative 4.
WILSON EDWARD REID, JR.
Football 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Student Council 2.
AUDREY MARIE SAWYER Student Council 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Headcheerleader 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff2;FHA 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Splash Staff 3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Co-editor 4; Junior Play; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Marshal 3; Superlative 4.
JOSEPH EDWARD SAWYER Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2.
WILLIE BAGLEY SHARBER, JR.
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; Baseball 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; Bus Driver 4; Superlative 4.
LONA MAE SPEAR
Basketball 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 3; Annual Staff 3,4, Associate Editor 4; Splash Staff 4, Co-editor 4; Monogram Club 4; Junior Play; Student Council 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Superlative 4.
INDIA PATRICIA STEADING Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; FHA 1,2,3, Parliamentarian 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Basketball 2,3; Student Council 4; Splash Staff 4; Class Vice-President 2.
CLAUDE EVERETT SWACKHAMMER, JR George Washington High School 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Junior Play; Superlative 4.
JESSIE CAROLYN TAYLOR FHA 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Junior Play; Splash Staff 4, Art Editor.
EDITH ANN WALLER
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 3; FHA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Class Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Council 3,4; Monogram 2,3,4, President 4; Superlative 4.
EDISON POWERS WARD, JR Football 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Junior Play; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Superlative 4.
EDWIN CHRISTOPHER WEEKS Elizabeth City 1,2; Football 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Glee Club 3,4.
MURIEL FAYE WEEKS Annual Staff 2,3,4, Business Manager 3, Editor 4; Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Historian 4; Class President 2; Beta Club 2,3,4; Secretary 2.
DUDLEY CECIL WHITE Elizabeth City 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; FFA 3,4; Bus Driver 4; 4-H Club 2,3,4.
LORETTA DAWN WHITE FHA 1,2,3; Class President 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Splash Staff 3,4, Art Editor 4, Monogram Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Superlative 4.
JAMES HOWARD WINSLOW FFA 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Football 1,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Superlative 4.
PHILIP WILSON WINSLOW Camden High School 2,3; Football 1,4; Baseball 1,4; Basketball 1,4; FFA 1,4; Monogram Club 4.
NEECE TRACTOR CO.History of Class of ’60
In 1948 a group of small boys and girls set forth on a long journey. Starting school was a new experience for all of them. To most it was a very exciting event, having been awaited for months. At first these children did not know why they were attending school, but as the years went by they began to realize its true significance. When the time came for graduation from the eighth grade they knew the importance of the step they were about to take. This step into high school was a great advancement toward their goal--a high school diploma-which would signify that they had acquired a great deal of knowledge and were ready to go out into tiie world or to face the rigors of higher education.
High School was a new experience for everyone. Changing classes confused many of us, but it did not take long for us to settle down to the task at hand. But high school life was not all studies. Participation in sports and extra-curricular activities provided much enjoyment and several awards were won by members of the class. The homeroom teachers for our Sophomore year were Mr. J. E. Derrick and Mr. Clifton Boyd. We had 65 members this year. One highlight of the year for some of the girls was the Mother-Daughter Banquet.
The homeroom teachers for our Sophomore year were Mr. J. E. Derrick and Mr. Gene Singletary. Two of our boys had some bad luck at the beginning of this year. Bobby Cartwright and Frank Lilly each suffered a broken arm in different football practice sessions. The Sophomore -Senior Skating Party was well attended and everyone seemed to have a good time despite the bumps which resulted.
After the first two years in high school, this group, now young men and young women, was completely accustomed to high school and we started our Junior year with high hopes and ambitions for a very successful school year. Our homeroom teachers this year were Mr. C. O. Mc-Mullan and Miss Anne Brown. We began the year with a class of 46; however, 4 of the girls stopped school to get married and we lost 2 of our boys to Uncle Sam. The Junior Play, "Calling All Carrs", was such a success that a repeat performance was given. The crowning achievement of our Junior year was the Junior-Senior. Weeks of planning and preparation produced a magnificent banquet and prom that we will remember for the rest of our lives.
Now, at last, we are Seniors—preparing to graduate and face the world, knowing that our years of study and fellowship will be very valuable to us in years to come. We have traveled a road that has been very rough at times but we have reached our goal. Before we receive our diplomas we would like to extend sincere thanks to all the teachers who have taught us and helped us along this road of knowledge, preparing us for the future. We are looking forward to many events of this, our Senior year, but the most important will be that final Graduation Day when we will receive our long-awaited diplomas.
Eva Lou Perry Fred Hamrick Sara Lou Pritchard
SUNDRY SHOPProphecy of Class of ’60
The fortune tellers of Central High School's class of '60 are about to inform you of the futures of our classmates. Through our chrystal ball we see:
Woodrow Clark owns a swimming pool and Edison Ward is manager. And whom do we see in the water but the life guards—Chris Weeks and Everett Swackhammer.
Fuzzy Fitz, beauty salon, is managed by Sara Lou Pritchard.
Edward Boone operates a gas station, selling 3 quarts of gasoline for a gallon.
The New York Yankees have just hired a new secretary, Phyllis Bundy.
Willie Sharber and Ivie Cooper are successful partners in the selling of pick-up trucks. Their mechanic is Joseph Sawyer.
Ray Bunch, an Air Force officer, is in Florida with his wife, India Steading, and twin boys.
An Electrical Engineering job in New York has taken Fred Hamrick's interest out of marriage.
Ola Mae Bundy is a food specialist for Virginia Electric and Power Company.
Sandra Jennings is hostess for a prominent New York night club.
Dudley White was promoted from bus boy in Elizabeth City to manager in Raleigh's A P Food Store.
As we look deeper into our chrystal ball we see:
Jimmy H. Winslow is experimenting with an easier method of shelling beans.
Audrey Sawyer has become a well known hair designer in California.
Jimmy Cartwright and Jimmy Brinkley are driving Mayflower Moving Vans.
Eva Lou Perry is a business associate of Mayflower Moving Co.
Wilson Winslow has just won the title of "Husband and Father" of the year.
Mamie Jones manages her own restaurant called "Mamie's Place."
Wilson Reid, an honor French student, just flew to France. He is going to try to start a new republic.
Dianne Jackson is secretary for her husband's real estate company.
Norma Faye Bright is a primary teacher and wife of a philsospher.
Bobby Cartwright keeps the books and accounts for Greyhound Bus Company.
As a specialized registered nurse, Edith Ann Waller is doing fine work in a Pennsylvania hospital.
Faye Weeks has a secretarial position for the NEW YORK TIMES while her husband is overseas.
Dawn White and Myrtle Pritchard have their own beauty shops in Elizabeth City.
Ann Pike and Lona Mae Spear have reached their goal of teaching mathematics in an Elementary School.
Phyllis Bright, a telephone operator, is engaged to a Navy pilot.
Sherwood Colson can be seen every Labor Day at Darlington Speedway in a red and white race car.
In Woolworth's window we see Annette Meads designing a fall exhibit.
Edna Mae Bateman is using her typing ability for Western Union.
Carolyn Taylor has been promoted from the first floor of Belk-Tyler's to the third floor.
As we finish viewing the future lives of our classmates, we can only hope the best of everything will come to each of them.
HUGHES WYNNCast Will And Testament
We the Senior Class of '60 being of sound minds and bodies (with a few exceptions) leave our dearest and most valuable possessions to those of you most deserving.
To Mr. Hall we leave some new wheels for his office chair (to save walking step )?
To Mrs. Sharber we leave hopes for less sentence errors.
To Mr. Derrick we leave a new explanation instead of the usual um-humm!
To Miss Brite we leave the ’59 edition of "How to Get Along With Men".
To Mr. McMullan we leave some empty seats on the football bench.
To Miss Kinsey we leave a book entitled, "How to Teach Tenors."
To Mrs. Jackson we leave the Senior Prob-blems.
To Mrs. Larabee we leave and take Joe and Edison with us.
To Mrs. Roughton we leave with hopes of knowing a "debit" from a "credit".
To Mr. Williams we leave a book entitled "How to be a Good Poppa."
To Mr. Davenport we leave an automatic coal bucket.
To Mrs. Hoggard we leave a more orderly library.
I, Edna Mae Bateman, leave my American Girl Figure to Marilyn Craddock.
I, Edward Boone, bequeath my position on the football team to Gene Ventura.
I, Norma Faye Bright, leave my President's position in Beta Club to Tommy Ward.
I, Phyllis Bright, leave my ability to date Coast Guard guys to Edith Williams.
We, Jimmie Brinkley and Eva Lou Perry, leave our love seats on the front lawn to Maxine Muse and Jimmie Lon Winslow.
I, Phyllis Bundy, leave my curly hair to Bobby Davis.
I, Jimmie Cartwright, leave my ability to be funny to Frank McNaughton.
I, Woodrow Clark, leave------for College!
I, Wilson Reid, leave my wise and other wise ideas to Jamie Carter.
I, Everett Swackhammer, leave my ability to go steady to J. B. Cartwright.
I, Audrey Sawyer, leave my pep and energy as cheerleader to Evelyn Johnson.
I, Joe Sawyer, leave my mechanical ability to Tommy Turner.
I, Carolyn Taylor, leave my ability to type to Ivie Mae Cartwright.
I, Lona Mae Spear, leave to get a man.
I, Willie Bagley Sharber, leave my cute smile to Carolyn Hassell.
I, Edith Waller, leave my ability to get and get rid of a beau to Elizabeth Madre.
I, Edison Ward, leave my ability to make a million to Myron Midgett.
I, Chris Weeks, leave to get away from Mr. Derrick.
I, Dawn White, leave my witty ways to Janice Umphlett.
I, Jimmie H. Winslow, leave Sandra to anybody who thinks they can get her.
I, Dudley White, in all hopes of leaving this place------leave.
I, Faye Weeks, leave to get John.
I, Myrtle Pritchard, leave my dressing techniques to Latitcia Meads.
I, Ray Bunch, leave with MY ability to sell popcorn and candy.
I, Sandra Jennings, leave to go to South Carolina to live with my parents.
I, India Steading, leave to go with Ray.
I, Bobby Cartwright, leave my long-g-g-g-g legs to C. W. Weeks.
I, Ola Mae Bundy, leave my driver's license to Georgetta Basnight.
I, Sherwood Colston, leave my quietness to William Tuttle.
I, Wilson Winslow, leave to take up the duties of a husband.
I, Sara Lou Pritchard, leave my pretty clothes to Barbara Pierce.
We make, publish, and declare this to be our
I, Fred Hamerick, leave and take Betty Anil last will and testament. Signed and sealed this
with me and head for South Carolina.
I, Ivie Cooper, leave to get lost.
I, Diane Jackson, leave my flirty ways to Faye Bray.
I, Mamie Jones, leave my giggles to Billie Ann Reid.
I, Annette Meads, leave my height to George White.
I, Ann Pike, leave my friendly manner to Earline Williams.
26th day of October, nineteen hundred and fifty nine?
Ola .Mae Bundy India Steading Bobby Cartwright
J. W. JONES'S LUMBER MILLuZ
Row 1: Juniors - J. C. Harris, Larry Larabee, Kaye Brothers.
Row 2: Sophomores - David Hamrick, Janet Weeks, Judy McPherson, Janice Winslow Row 3: Freshmen - Betty Sharber, Eucell Byrum, Brenda Gibbs.
Compliments of SAWYER'S TRACTOR SERVICEjuniors
William Boyce Kaye Brothers Michael Brothers Tommy Brite
James Carter Ivia Mae Carwright George Copeland Ann Ferrell
J. C. Harris Judy Hurdle Rufus Jackson Cora Lee Jarvis
Clayton Jones Marion Ray Jones Leon Jordon Wanda Knauss
Brenda Key Margie Key Larry Larabee Lenon Madre
William McPherson L. P. McPherson Harry Raper Billie Anne Reid
Hattie Carol Russell Frances Sawyer Jean Sawyer Joe N. Sawyer
John Sawyer Aubrey Seymour Donald Taft Toni Tarkenton
Billy Temple Gloria Jean Temple Frances Tillett William Tuttle
Tommy Ward C. W. Weeks Dallas Weeks Joe White
Walton Whitehead Louise Williamson Becky Winslow Don Winslow
Jimmie Lon Winslow Patsy Winslow Donnie Wood
ALBEMARLE BOWLING CENTER
Anna Anderson Bobby Armstrong Georgetta Basnight Marshall Boone
James Breeden Mac Breeden Douglas Bright J. B. Cartwright
Billy Colson . Sally Colston Cathy Cullipher Wilford Dail, Jr.
Robert Davis William Evans Caroll Frias Helen Faye Gregory
Sandra Gregory David Hamrick James Harris Joyce Harris
Roy Harris Carolyn Hassell Richard Hoffman Phyllis Hurdle
Luther Jacobs Evelyn Johnson Billy Jones Carolyn Jones Ann Perry
H. M. SMITH GROCERYmoves
Compliments of BOONE TRUCK STOP
Donald Jones Margaret Jones Elizabeth Madre Philip Madre
Latitcia Meads Maxine Muse Linda McLawhorn Charles McNaughton
Judy McPherson Marlene Perry Barbara Pierce Stanley Sharber
Stephen Sharber Barbara Sherlock Wray Smith Betty Ann Temple
Cynthia Temple Tommy Thompson J. T. Twiford Janice Umphlett
Janet Weeks Linwood Weeks Edwgrd White Edith Williams
Janice Winslow Steve Winslow Glenda Faye Wood Cathy Copeland Marilyn Craddock Jean SaundersDeloris Morris Steven Nettles Larry Ownley
Betty Jean Bright Clark Bright Marie Brothers Sylvia Bundy Eucell Byrum
Percy Cartwright Sylvia Cartwright Nicky Craddock Jackie Craig Earl Eason
Gerald Edwards Sharon Evans Brenda Gibbs George Harrell Marion Harris
Walden Hearn Douglas Ivey Phyllis Jernigan William David Jernigan Lena Jones
Compliments of EASTERN CAROLINA FEED SEED
Earnest Ballance Helen Ballance Janice Ballance Lois Ballance Dolly Mae Bateman
James Bateman Steve Bateman Jessica Blundell James Boyce Faye Bray -
Wayne Perry Bennie Pritchard Charles Pritchard George Raper Ray Raper
George Sawyer Johnny Sawyer Joyce Sawyer Betty Lee Sharber Bail Spear
Jane Stafford Betty Symons Gail Taft Thomas Turner William Umphlett
Gene Ventura Bobby Weeks Lydia Weeks Wilma Doris White Dona Whitehead
Brian Williams Charlie Lewis Williams Earline Williams Frances Williams Richard Williams
Sandra Williams Edward Wittsell Ralph Wood John Pierce Donald Hales
Compliments of CAROLINA PRINTING COMPANY
Lolita Larabee Myron Midgett Faye BrayCompliments ofSigfitfi
Row one, left to right: Donald Alexander, Ann Armstrong, Preston Balance, Mary Ballance, Francis Banks, Bobby Berry, Jerry Boone, Babette Breeden, Shirley Bright, Francis Brite, Aaron Brothers. Row two: Tommy Brothers, Earl Bundy, Martha Cartwright, Claudia Chappell, Jackie Colson, Preston Colson, Mary Cooper, Faye Copeland, Johnny Dail, Dana Dawes, Katherine Eason. Row three: Ray Eason, Etta Mae Egan, Marvin Evans, Lauretta Ferrell, Barbara Goodwin, Cindy Gordon, Walton Gregory, Charles Hamrick, Carole Harrell, Clarence Harrell, Douglas Harris. Row four: Marie Harris, Tommy Harris, Cecil Hassell, Bobby Hewitt, Sophia Hinton, Judy Jackson, Margaret Jennings, Veronica Jones, Dianne Jones, Sharyn Jones, Doris Key. Row five: Phyllis Key, Joyce Lane, Harold Loflin, Carolyn Long, Martha McPherson, George Mason, Jr., Judy Meads, Anna Midgette, Janet Norman, Samuel O'Briant, Frances O'Leary. Row six: Aileen Parker, David Pawloski, Billy Perry, James Perry, James Pike, June Pike, Alice Pritchard, Joyce Raper, Sam Riddick, Sandra Reid, Roger Sawyer. Row seven: Sandra Sawyer, Carolyn Self, Richard Seymour, Newton Glenn Sharber, Janice Snow, Diane Spear, Brenda Tarkenton, Shelia Temple, Shirley Temple, Lydia Twiddy, Kaye Weeks, Row eight: Ernest White, Claude Whitehurst, Barbara Williamson, Ruby Wittsell, Murriel Jarvis, Frankie Egan.
Compliments of WILKINS FURNITURE CO.Seventh Cjr de
Row one: Dana Altenberger, Dallas Ambrose, Emily Jo Arndit, Michael Baker, Emily Marie Baum, Helan Blundell, Walter Blundell, William Boswell, Richard Boyce, Bobby Bray, Lymon Brickhouse. Row two: Shelia Brinkley, Peggy Brinson, Gary Brooks, Peggy Brite, Dennis Cartwright, Donald Cartwright, Sylvia Cartwright, Robert Copeland. William Cullipher, Gene Davenport, Betty Davis. Row three: Everett Dixon, Glenna Duncan, Everett Egan, Walter Evans, Bronnie Frias, Faye Glover, Willie Godfrey, Gwen Goodwin, Laura Green, Eunice Harrell, Carolyn Harris. Row four: Sheila Hooper, James Hurlde, Mitchell Ivey, Patricia Jackson, Mayhue Johnson, Sandra Morse, Steve McPherson, Peggy McNaughton, Stanley Newbold, Donald Nystrom, Bryan O'Leary. Row five: Richard Painter, Sharron Palmer, Linda Parker, William Potter, Linda Pritchard, Raymond Pritchard, Richard Raper, Cheryl Rhodes, Diane Sawyer, Durwood Sawyer, Donna Scott. Row six: Linwood Scott, Audrey Speight, Betty Spinks, Davis Stillson, Donnie Tadlock, Susan Townsend, Phyllis Turner, Terry Warren, Elizabeth White, Wesley White, Milton Winslow. Row seven: Sylvia Winslow, Talmadge Winslow, Margie Williams, Willena Zeigler, Ronnie Dixon, Gail Winslow, Charles Hunter, Bonnie Jean Cooper, John Newton.
W. E. INGRAM - DISTRIBUTORSixtH (jrade
Row one: Left to Right: Jimmy Anderson, Eddie Ball, Carol Bray, Linda Bray, Linda Bright, Cathy Brothers, Joel Brothers, Horace Bundy, John Wayne Bundy, Katherine Chappell, Leslie Comardo. Row Two: Robert Crawley, Wayne Cullipher, Creig Dawes, Faye Evans, Yvonne Fowler, Idelisa Gar-cea, Gary Godfrey, Curtis Gretory, John Hague, Faye Harrell, Patricia Hinton. Row Three: Gary Hobbs, James Hoggard, HI, James Howell, Jr., Donald Jackson, Dorinda Jackson, Ida Jarvis, Marlene Jennings, Jim Jernigan, William Jernigan, Bobby Jones, Brenda Kay Jones. Row Four: Frances Johnson, Larry Jordan, Harry Lee, Joesph Lewis, Allen Meads, Alice Meads, Linda Meads, Peggy McCloud, Bruce McPherson, Pat O'Briant, Deborah Pawloski. Row Five: Cecil Perry, Jr., Carolyn Pierce, Barbara Pritchard, Donna Pritchard, Elaine Pritchard, William Pritchard, Rctha Ranhorn, Sherry Rhodes, James Russell, Curtis Saunders, Rebecca Sanders. Row Six: Garland Scott, Jr., William Stevens, Jacky Symons, James Taylor, Wayne Temple, Billy Thompson, Anna Umphlett, James Vess, Bobby Williams, Phillip Wayne Williams, Billy Williamson. Row Seven: Kenneth Winslow, Jr., Danny Cooper, Charles Cruise, Harvey Brite, Phyllis Reid.
Compliments of THE DUDLEY CO.3ijth Qrzde
Row One: Left to Right: Leslie Anderson, William Ball, Linda Boyce, Douglas Bray, Nancy Bray, Johnnie Brothers, Christine Butler, James Byrum, Gail Cartwright, James Colston, Jr. Mary Comardo. Row Two: Dianne Cooper, William Cooper, Phyllis Copeland, Mark Davenport, Raymond Dixon, Brenda Egan, Cecilia Forehand, Eliott Green, Stephen Graschen, Elwood Gibbs, Franklin Gordon. Row Three: Patricia Halsey, Brenda Harris, Carroll Harrell, Rodney Harrell, Linda Harris, Jane Hearn, Kenneth Hooker, Mary Howell, Linda Ives, Linda Jo Jackson, Joseph Leon Jarvis. Row Four: Bonnie Jenkins, Wanda Jones, Jack Koerner, Forest Lane, Amy Meads, Della Moore, Paul Newbold, Frances Onley, Ersal Overton, Jean Owens, Viene Pawloski. Row Five: Thomas Perry, Carlton Pike, James Potts, Betty Pritchard, Clarence Pritchard, Linda Pritchard, Michael Pritchard, William Reid, Linda Rowland, Garland Russell, Nancy Saunders. Row Six: Steven Sawyer, Theron Scarborough, Sandra Sexton, Carol Tadlock, Milton Tadlock, Jr. James Tatum, Elwood Tatum, Terry Wade Taylor, Merle Temple, Alan Turner, Louise Umphlett. Row Seven: James Vaughn, Wilma Ann Weeks, Kay White, John White-head, Alden Winslow, Carole Winslow, Richard Young, Wade Holland, Deborah Newton, Myrtle Frances Ownley.
KRAMER ELECTRIC CO.3ourtd Qrade
Row one, left to right: Sheryl Altenberger, Elton Armstrong, Barney Berry, Susan Bray, Ida Mae Brickhouse, Lovenia Brickhouse, James Brinson, Kaye Brothers, Scottie Sue Brown, Terry Brower, Clarence Bundy. Row two: Norma Jean Cartwright, Gail Chappell, Juanita Colson, David Crawley, Walter Dail, Charlie Davis, Elaine Forehand, Margaret Godfrey, Terry Gregory, Billy Hague, Larry Hales. Row three: Carlton Harrell, Jean Harrell, Gary Harris, Michael Hayman, Ellen Holder, Jacqueline Holder, Darlene Ivey, Jerry Jackson, John Jernigan, Sandra Jernigan, Alvie Jordan. Row four: Georgia Knauss, Douglas Lane, Michael Lane, Mary Lewis, Ima Jean Loflin, Given McCloud, William McDaniels, Alston McPherson, Carlis McPherson, Ann Mann, William Mann. Row five: Ray Matthews, Ted Minton, Perry Newbold, Stanley Nystrom, Shealia Onley, James Palmer, Judy Parker, Jona Pritchard, Nancy Pritchard, Wade Reid, Bryant Sawyer. Row six: Christine Sawyer, Ronald Sawyer, Wade Sawyer, Corrie Scott, Carroll Smith, Rita Spear, Karen Spencer, Linda Stevenson, Lynn Ward, Larry Whaley, Vickie Whitley. Row seven: Ralph Williamson, Jerel Winslow, Linda Winslow, Robert Wolford, Jr., Rebecca Wood, Donella Young, Donna Young, Brenda Brinson, Mary L. Stevenson, Larry Newton, Steven Kent.
Compliments of FARMERS SUPPLY CO.Row one, left to right: Timothy Armstrong, Nancy Bailey, Shelton Baker, Angela Ball, Shelia Ball, John Barnes, Rickey Berry, Karen Sue Blevins, Gene Boyce, Jeannie Bray, William Bray. Row two: Linda Bridgman, Billie Brite, Susan Brothers, Sharon Jo Brower, Hilda Burns, Patricia Butzlaff, Randy Cartwright, Donald Cherry, Paul Comardo, Betty Cooper, Terry Cooper. Row three: Franklin Creef, Floyd Cullipher, Kenneth Cullipher, Margaret Davis, Darline DeBruhl, Hallet Evans, Roy Evans, Edward Ferrell, Irvin Ferrell, Betty Harrell, Carla Harris. Row four: Wayne Harris, Nancy Hearn, Larry Hobbs, Joyce Hodges, Steward Hooper, William Hooper, Lawrence Gaskins, Terry Godfrey, Wayne Jarvis, Gerald Jones. Row five: Don Jernigan, Charles Knauss, Elaine Luton, Sarah McLaw-horn, Sharon Madrey, Carol Mann, Daphnne Meads, Teresa Meads, Mary Frances Miller, William Miller, Ernest Mills, Jean Parker. Row six: Roy Pike, Rhonda Pipkin, David Potts, Barbara Pritchard, Jo Ella Ralph, Emmitt Richards, Jimmy Richards, Delores Ann Roach, Carolyn Ann Rountree, Robert Russell, m, Gloria Sawyer. Row seven: Jimmy Ray Sawyer, Karen Faye Sawyer, William Scott, Susan Sherrill, Delores Swain, Darline Taft, Linda Faye Taylor, Clyde Thompson, Lois Tuttle, Betsy White, Betty White. Row eight: Darlene Whittey, Marsha Williams, Stephens Williams, Roy Winslow, Dorothy Worsham, Brenda Halsey, Walter Holland, Chris Parker.
Compliments of TODD’S PHARMACY INC.Second Qrade
Rowone: Linda Armstrong, David Bray, Joeseph Baker, Danny Ball, Johnny Brickhouse, Don Bridgman, Connie Bright, Clifton Brinson, David Brinson, Michael Brinson, Deborah Burns. Row two: Jerimiah Cartwright, Sanford Chappell, Terry Clifton, Beverly Creef, Edith Curry, Darlene Dail, Linda Davenport, Betty Doxey, William Duncan, Lecretia DeBruhl, Theresia Debruhl. Row three: Gill Evans, Lee Evans, Roy Evans Jr., Joseph Ferrell, Kent Goodwin, Don Gordon, Betty Jo Grant, Dorsey Harris, Robert Hoggard, Charles Hunsucker, Donna Ivey. Row four: Garland Jernigan, Danny Jordan, John Keller, Frances Long, Nancy Matthews, Lloyd Meads, Delvin Minton, Robert McDaniels, Karen McPherson, Edgar Parker, Dolores Pipkin. Row five: Susan Presson, Phillip Pritchard, Frances Ralph, Ray Richards, Danny Rhodes, David Rhodes, Robert Roach, Deborah Roberts, Gail Russell, David Sanders, David Sawyer. Row six: Deborah Shirey, Karen Stevens, Douglas Swain, Jr., Linda Sylvester, Betty Tadlock, Fonda Tarkenton, Ida Jo Tatum, Douglas Turner, Ann Waters, Donald White, Mary White. Row seven: George Winslow, Lynn Winslow, Ann Wofard, Cliff Nix, Gloria Jones, Joy Byrum.
Compliments of SAWYER’S HOUSE OF FURNITURERow one: Renee Allen, Howard Anderson, Bruce Armstrong, Joyce Armstrong, Harry Bailey, HI, Winifred Boone, Jerry Boyce, Terry Boyce, Rodney Brickhouse, Wilbert Brickhouse, Clark Bridgman. Row two: Calvin Bright, Jr., Terry Sue Brite, Pamela Brown, Richard Bundy, Donna Cartwright, Paul Cauley, James Chamers, Jr., Kenneth Cherry, Monte Clifton, Floyd Colston, Wayne Cooper. Row three: Brenda Creff, Linda Culiipher, Michael Cuthrell, Paul Davis, Laura Dixon, Steve DeBruhl, Stephen Evans, Robert Ferrell, Steven Franks, Philip Garr, Cedric Hague. Row Four: William Hail, Jr., Eleyse Harrell, Marie Hayman, Patricia Hudson, Terry Hudson, Tony Hooper, Billy Hopkins, Janice Jackson, Hoyt James, Jr., Clifton Jarvis, Teddic Jernigan. Row five: Angela Jones, Russell Jordan, Mary Lou Lane, Richard Lewis, Dali Lowen, Dana Lowen, Linda Madrey, Mary Jo Mason, Janice Meads, Kathie Morgan, Erline McLawhorn. Row six: Geraldine McLawhorn, Janet Owens, William Parker, Jr., Herbie Parker, Douglas Pike, Andrew Pipkin, m, Lloyd Pipkin, Jeffrey Potts, James Pritchard, Mary Belle Ralph, Vann Ranhorn, Jr. Row seven: Franklin Reid, Garland Reid, Judy Rogerson, James Sanders, Jr., Eugene Sawyer, Gail Sawyer, Linda Scarborough, Jack Sherrill, Sandra Smith, Michael Spear, Jose Suris, Jr. Row eight: Raquel Suris, Clay Thompson, Norman Turner, Margaret Umphlett, Christine Vaughan, Ronald White, Brenda Williams, Alma Wood, Claud Zeigler, III, Eva Faye Cole, Jimmy Newton.
Compliments of SAUNDERS GROCERYSeated: Fred Hamrick, President; Don Winslow, Vice President; Georgetta Basnight, Secretary; Miss
Standing: Norma Faye Bright, Chaplain; David Hamrick, Parliamentarian, Leon Jordan, Sergant-at-arms; Billie Anne Reid, Treasurer: Faye Weeks, Historian.
ELIZABETH CITY BRICK CO.Row 1: Audrey Sawyer, Norma Faye Bright, Mr. Williams.
Row 2: Georgetta Basnight, Billie Anne Reid, Phyllis Bundy, Eva Lou Perry, Ann Perry. Row 3: Faye Weeks, Lona Mae Spear, Don Winslow, Ann Pike, Fred Hamrick.
4 H CLUB
President - Ola Mae Bundy Vice President - Bobby Armstrong Secretary-Treasurer - Jane Stafford
Compliments ofMrs. Roughton Advisor
Lona Mae Spear Co-Editor
Audrey Sawyer Co-Editor
Compliments of C. V. PERRY OIL CORP.. . . Phyllis Bundy . . . .Kaye Hooker . . . . Janet Weeks Marilyn Craddock
President Vice President Secretary . . . Treasurer . .
Bobby Cartwright . . . J. C. Harris . .Mike Brothers ... .Ivie Cooper
President. . . . Vice President Secretary. . . . Treasurer . . .
F. P. WOOD AND SONQlee Club
Row 1: C. Taylor, J. Stafford, A. Meads, J. Weeks, B. Gibbs, D. Whitehead, P. Hurdle, G. Taft, L. Weeks, G. Wood, T. Tarkenton, E. Byrum, S. Bundy, E. Bateman. Row 2: J. Saunders, S. Colson, L. Meads, K. Copeland, E. Johnson, J. Umphlctt, J. Harris, M. Muse, C. Jones, A. Anderson, N. Bright, B. Sherlock, H. Gregory, K. Brothers. Row 3: Miss Kinsey, M. Pritchard, E. Waller, A. Sawyer, P. Winslow, M. Brothers, D. Jackson, J. McPherson, E. Williams, G. Basnight, S. Gregory, M. Craddock, L. McLawhorn, W. White, F. Tillet, B. Pierce, F. Bray. Row 4: K. Hooker, E. Madre, B. Symons, L. Ballanco, B. Temple, S. Williams, I. Steadings, L. Larabcc, A. Perry, E. Perry, I. Cooper, D. Wood, J. Breeden, W. Boyce, B. Temple. Row 5: J. Harris, W. Sharbcr, E. Swackhammer, J. Carter, F. Hamrick, R. Bunch, B. Cartwright, J. Harris, C. Weeks, M. Breeden, L. McPherson, L. Jacobs, S. Sharbcr, J. Cartwright.Compliments of
M. G. MORRISETTE SONRow one: George Copeland, Dudley White, Joe White. Billy Temple, Rufus Jackson. Row two: Billy Jones. Harry Raper, Willie Sharber, Bobby Cartwright, Wilson Winslow, Marion Jones.
Mrs. Helen Harris, Miss Jessie Lee Riddick, Mrs. Lessie Mae Morris, Mrs. Effie Ives, Mrs. Eulalie Harris, Mrs. Pearly Jordan.
GOLD STAR SERVICE STATIONMarsfials
Faye Weeks, Norma Faye Bright, Ann Pike, Fred Hamrick, Eva Lou Perry, Audrey Sawyer.Attendants 3ov Homecoming
Faye Weeks, Don Winslow, Norma F. Bright, Fred Hamrick, Ann Pike, Jimmie L. Winslow, Audrey Sawyer, Ivie Cooper, Lona M. Spear, Leon Jordan, Jimmie Cartwright, Phyllis Bundy, Jimmy H. Winslow, Dawn White, Edison Ward, Billie Reid, David Hamrick.
PERKY MOTOR CO.Janet Weeks Jimmie Anderson Margaret Ann Davis
Wilson Reid Brenda Brinson Stephen Evans
SEARS, ROEBUCK CO.Compliments of
President Edith Waller
Vice President Leon Jordan
Compliments of GREGORY AND SAUNDERS
Treasurer Ann Ferrell
Secretary Billie A. ReidPatsy Winslow
PhyUls Hurdle £ £ £ tlc d
Compliments of WHITE CADILLAC-OLDS INC.
Sara L. Pritchard
Compliments of PAUL BRADSHAW
Row 1: Mac Breeden, Jimmy Harris, Stan Sharber, Luther Jacobs, Wilson Winslow, Bobby Davis, Billj Temple, Steve Sharber.
Row 2: Jimmy Brinkley, Jimmy Breeden, Billy McPherson, Roy Harris, Fred Hamrick, Clayton Jones, Rufus Jackson, Jimmy Cartwright.
Row 3: Marion Harris, David Hamrick, Woodrow Clark, Joseph Sawyer, Tommy Ward, Leon Jordan, Wilson Reid, Chris Weeks.
Row 4: Bobby Cartwright, Edward Boone, Larry Larabee, Bail Spear, William Umphlett, Donald Taft, Carter Boone, Butch Ambrose.
Row 5: Jerry Edwards, Douglas Ivey, Charles Pritchard, Walden Hearn, Percy Cartwright, Wray Smith, Edison Ward, Billy Old, Coach McMullan.Compliments of ROLLERLAND
Wilson Winslow, Edison Ward
Right to left: D. White, B. Simmons, B. Reid, L. McLawhorn, L. Balia nee, L. Lara-bce,D. Bateman, J. Hurdle, G. Basnight, E. Waller, M. Muse, M. Craddock, S. Gregory, J. Harris, G. Wood, S. Bundy, J. Winslow, M. Perry, E. Bateman, P. Bundy, Manager. Coach, J. E. Derrick.
INDUSTRIAL BANKBasSeffiall Boys
Row 1: W. Sharber, J. White, L. Jordan, R. Jackson, T. Brite. Row 2: E. Swackhammer, B. Cartwright, L. Larabee, M. Harris,
Row 3: F. Hamrick, D. Hamrick, C. Weeks, R. Harris, W. Hearn.
Row 4: J. C. Harris, L. Ownley, T. Turner, J. Craig, T. Thompson.
Row 5: B. Evans, S. Sharber, J. Breeden, M. Breeden, B. Temple.
Row 6: C. O. McMullan, D. Jones, J. Edwards, G. Ventura, D.
Wood, S. Sharber.
Compliments of ELIZABETH CITY MILLING PRODUCE CO.Row 1: Billy Temple, Douglas Bright, Donald Matthews, Jimmy Breeden, Bobby Davis, C. W. Weeks.
Joe White, Rufus Jackson.
Row 2: Mac Breeden, Fred Hamrick, Willie Sharber, Dallas Roy Weeks, Donald Jones, Donald Taft, Dudley Weeks, Donnie Wood.
Row 3: Luther Jacobs, Llnwood Weeks, Stan Sharber, J. C. Harris, Everett Swackhammer, Steve Sharber, David Hamrick, Tommy Brite.
Row 4: Mr. McMullan, Jerry Hamrick, Leon Jordan, Billy Hassell, R. B. McLawhorn, Bobby Cartwright, Audrey Seymour.
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1 TOXEY-BERRY BALL FERTILIZER
FUNERAL HOME COMPANY
Ambulance-Lady Attendant Ball’s Quality Fertilizers
Join the Z. B. Berry Mutual Burial Association Phone 4690
Phone 4412 P. O. Box 274
Elizabeth City Elizabeth City, North Carolina
D.T. WHITEHURST 1 A CAROLINA AMUSEMENT
Dealers In Carolina
Corn, Soybeans, Farm Produce Center
Fertilizers and Liquid Nitrogen and
Phone 6490 or 4780 Web Drive-In
Located On Hertford Highway U. S. 17
Elizabeth City, North Carolina Good Wishes
Flowers for all Occasions Dial 5590 110 S. Road St.
THE FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
"The Only National Bank in the Albemarle"
Member F. D. I. C. Established 1891
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
TOWN COUNTRY MOTORS, INC.
FORD Cars Trucks
Dial Elizabeth City
114 N. Road
Elizabeth City, North CarolinaCompliments of
UNION BAG CAMP PAPER CORP.
Timber is a Crop Harvest it Wisely.
You'll come out better EVERYTIME!
I cotomii sum!
BRITE-TATUM LIVESTOCK CO. INC.
FARMER’S BANK OF SUNBURY
Member F. D. I. C.
"Dedicated to Service"
Sunbury, North CarolinaHOOPER BROS.
Wholesale Paper-School Supplies-Complete Office Outfitters
Telephone 4894 109 South Water St.
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
SECURITY LOAN CORP.
205 South Poindexter St. Loan $25 and up on Furniture, Appliances Autoes
Phone 2600 Elizabeth City
ECONOMY TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
Royal Typewriters Portables and Standard Sales and Service
Dial 5690 106 S. Water Street
Plumbing, Heating, and Electrical Contractor
101 W. Main Street Elizabeth City, North Carolina
FOREMAN DAIRIES COMPANYCongratulations Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1960
TOWE-WEBB MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
Sales Chrysler-Plymouth Service We Buy Used Cars-Wrecks
Phone 2461 Hertford, North Carolina
ALBEMARLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
,rWe help folks help themselves” Savings—Loans
304 East Colonial Avenue Elizabeth City, North Carolina
R.C. ABBOTT COMPANY
Office Phones 4337-4338 Elizabeth City, North Carolina
M. R. WHITE LUMBER COMPANY
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
TOM SAWYER SONSCompliments of
MAOLA MILK COMPANY
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
LOCAL BOARD OF STOCK INSURANCE AGENTS, INC.
N. W. Daily Agency G. R. Little Insurance Agency Southern Loan Insurance Co.
Whitehurst Insurance Agency Dal H. Williams Insurance Agency Jerry S. Wright Insurance Agency
CAROLINA GRAIN MACHINERY CO.
Elizabeth City, North Carolina
GUARANTY BANK TRUST COMPANY
Capital Surplus $2,500,000 Member of F. D. I. C. Established 1901-Time Tested
Elizabeth City Branch Elizabeth City, North Carolina
General Building Contractors Commercial-Residence
Dial 6667 Elizabeth City, North CarolinaR.C. BOSEMAN SERVICE CO.
ZENITH T. V. SALES and ACME TELEVISION
Operated by R. C. Boseman, S. W. Owens and H. P. Evans
Phone 5260 212 North Water Street Elizabeth City, North Carolina
TWIFORD’S FUNERAL HOME
Join Twiford's Mutual Burial Association East Church at McMorrine Street Elizabeth City, North Carolina
Buyers of Peanuts, Grain Livestock
Phone-2331-2321 Home 2491 Sunbury, North Carolina
Compliments of Compliments of
G. P. KITTRELL HOFLER TRACTOR
Livestock Market IMPLEMENT CO.Compliments of Compliments of
GLOBE FISH COMPANY THE CITY CUT RATE STORE
Dial 2987 115 N. Water Street Elizabeth City, North Carolina
CLARA ANN FLORIST-FLOWER GIFT SHOP
Southern Hotel Building Elizabeth City, North Carolina
WHITE BRIGHT FOOD CENTER
Phone 6385 317 South Road Street Elizabeth City, North Carolina
KENYON BAILEY PRODUCE, INC.
Country Produce - Feed - Seed Fertilizer - Insecticides Lawn Garden Supplies
Phones 5882-4993 East Burgess Street Elizabeth City, North Carolina
Compliments of ALLSTATE WHOLESALE BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC.
AFTON OIL CORPORATION When you buy from us you
"build better for less"
Elizabeth City, North Carolina Your Hotpoint HeadquartersJACOCK'S PHARMACY, INC.
Your Walgreen Agency
Phone 4393 2075 S. Poindexter St.
FORBES RADIO SUPPLY CO.
Radio Television is our Business.
Phone 4484 Elizabeth City
J. F. FERRELL R. O. GIVENS
Pasquotank County Auditor Go to Sunday School
Elizabeth City, North Carolina Church every Sunday
COTTAGE SERVICE STATION
O. R. SYMONS
Wholesale Fruit ProduceCompliments Compliments
Marguerite Dress Shop ! DIXIE INN RESTAURANT
JENNETTE’S MEN SHOP SERVICE NEWS STAND
DAVID P. MEGGS, D. C. t CITY SHEET METAL CO.
J. A. "MICKEY" HOOPER CO. ALBEMARLE AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY
MR. MRS. MARION HARRIS Ann’s Diner
Compliments of Compliments
EASTERN FINANCE CO. of
110 E. Main Street
Elizebath City, North Carolina OWENS SHOE CO.
ROUNDTREE RIDDICKCompliments Compliments
COMSTOCK'S CONFECTIONERY HARRELL'S TEXACO STATION
Compliments of TUTTLE HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware-Sapolin Paint-Varnishes Phone 7186 108 S. Poindexter Compliments of HURDLE HARDWARE COMPANY
McPherson Brothers Auto Supply OWENS FLOOR COVERING CO.
OVERM AN AND STEVENSON "Perscription Druggist" RUSSELL HOLMES "Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
Dial 4335 512 East Main Street Nationally Advertised Shoes for The Family
BELK TYLER'S TEENAGE SPORT SHOP ROBERT SAWYER'S SERVICE STATION
Compliments of GERNELL'S Compliments of
512 East Colonial Elizabeth City, North Carolina JACKSON SHOE REPAIR
THE NEW FOWLER STORE, INC. Wholesale Oil Clothing Rubber Goods Phone 5406 111 N. Water St. WILLIS S. WRIGHT SON Dodge and Plymouth Cars Dodge Trucks-Sales Service 700 E. Main St.
JAMES SHOE REPAIR SANDERS COMPANY, INC.MOTOR BEARINGS PARTS CO., INC. Jobbers of Standard Brands of Replacement Parts Phone 5463 Elizabeth City Compliments of BAKER’S GULF SERVICE
JOSH TUNNELL DAVENPORT MOTORS, INC.
D. C. PERRY'S GROCERY
COBB’S GULF SERVICE STATION
LAMM'S SANDWICH SHOP
SPRUILL SHELL SERVICE STATION
PRITCHARD’S MEAT MARKET
Mann'6 Auto Sales Service
PIPKIN REID SHEET METAL ROOFINGCompliments
Ideal Repair Shop
Towe Pike Grain Supply
Perry Tire Store
Coastal Office Equipment Company
Quinn Furniture Company
Cara Nome Beauty SalonA CAREER
With A Future!
If you lilt i I n ond moth . •"Olio, rom'd.r engineering fof yevr or il Engineering ii th fi«W of todoy ond tomorrow. Progr i, I, fort. N w jobi or opening op every day. Won for a lob with a future—plon to b on ngln rl
VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY
Compliments of THE APOTHECARY SHOP Compliments of CADER HARRIS SON
Hooper Tile Co. Hand's Ladies Girls Shoppe
City Vulcanizing Co., Inc. Oscar Pritchard's GroceryCompliments of
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