Elm City High School - Bear Trap Yearbook (Elm City, NC)

 - Class of 1963

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It is in this light that the '63 Bear Trap is pre- sented in memoriam to F auch ,,-. ,U .w.. x x I X x w i ' ' A N W x r ' ' 1 , A7' nl mv 5 rf f- S- s - ' I ,K 4 , -.1 N it x X -2 - A ' ' Lx ' J t A sn x " '-','x- s v J 1- , . -Q.. - . ,-' I I 1, . A . K A -.sr ,., . ,J . ' Q ' . W - l ' . xv-: ,.. .K 5. .., ' - gp, 4 4 1 '- -. N K 5,5-,. .. ' Q, -.:l:':Dx:,jz A f,:!. Fl - Qu., . , ,,.,1L14., .1 z, lj: --3 f .,.- -3.2. ' K,-.I'f.Ji' .. - -ISR?-" f' j .:. Lui'-f '- ..:I5 . 4.2.5 ---5 9 . "ISi.l.'-"5". Q-- Q ':"'u:.1'.' - : 'Q Qagggfgy- f xv '.,g,.fi-'F ,. .' 1:1 .3 :. jj: jfmngr ,.4- 4. ..,,.gA H ' ..'1A.r,1l1' 38.3-Q,-Nwg Us -. ,. F X4-.A 1.111 i 75.fEf.f11-1:-512. 'QJQ N . v. N M 1 R x 4 , To give of one's self is the greatest gift of all. Such contributions of time, energy, and loyal de- votion to one's associations with others should not and need not go unnoticed. To one who has worked tirelessly trying to help us better ourselves, our class, and our school, we dedicate this annual, which is but a small token of gratitude, to one who has given so much. Mr. T. A. Thurmond ?wfW MR. C. L. BATTEN N. C. State, B.S., M.A. Agriculture MRS. MYRA E. WHITLEY E. C. C. , A. B. English, Social Studies MRS. MARIE SAWYER WEBB W.C.U.N.C., B.S.,M.E. Secretarial Administration G. BRANTLEY AYCOCK A.C. C., B. S. Physical Education Social Studies, Coach ALLEN RAY LAMM A. C. C. , A. B. History MISS EMMA LOIS STEPHENS E. C. C., B. S. Home Economics MRS. JEAN T. TANT E. C. C., B. S. English, French MR. T. A. THURMOND A.C.C., A.B. Mathematics MR. OBIE L. PARKER A.c.c., A.B. ' Science MRS. HELEN M. SIMPSON E. C. C. , A. B. English, Mathematics MRS. RUTH J. DAVIS Converse, A.B. U. N. C. . Library School B. S. in L. S. French, Social Studies MRS. LOUISE G. WINSTEAD W. C. U. N. C. , B. S. Music Left to right - Dr. R. H. Putney, Jr., F, M. Page, F. T. Cobb, Mrs. T. W. Cobb, G. W. Gardner, KENNETH D. HALL, Principal MR. J. T. ODOM E. C. C. , B. S. , M. A. Superintendent Physical Education U. N. C. , A. B. , M. A. Social Studies E. C. C. , Graduate Study Duke University Social Studies Candidate for D. Ed. Physical Education W. G. Sharpe, H. R. Helmet, J. T. Odom, Jr., qSupt.D. Seated: T. A. McClees fChairmanj. Absent: Dr. E. V. Maynard MRS. KATHERINE BARNES I-Iardbarger's Business College ,-4 5145! Business Manager Editor Circulation Manager Paul Moore Mike Page Marty Owens TYPiSI TYPiSI Feature Editor Art Editor Pam Smith Arlene JOYUCF Thomas Jenkins Charles Smith Sports Editor Photo Editor Liaison Liaison Assistant Editor Chester Parrish Cindy Grady Dene Bottoms Kay Durham Graham Farmer Asst. Business Mgr- Asst. Circulation Mgr. Sophomore Editor Eddie Summorlin Jeanne Winstead Jimmy Lanier i F i 1 i i 1 1 .N f i up fv., will 5 of 3 .15 1 Q 7' +1 .NA VY.. '. fra- , .F W? 'I on an x my' I an 1 'Z .ff ' E SH' 4' m.f"' F' 'fs Ein., v 'YN' 'ga fa , N' ue if V n i 1 A .Q 1, 1 Pf- x X D A 1357? ,W . f.13'3 -1' I v -f 1 1. -QW: .3 Q Q' S xi K Q im: -vv a im. if W ff .1 4, ,V Q'?"',,x 4 4 my ,Y o 4 'ifmv W 'lx H4 -'Q J 4 2, 1, n. fvfl ,f. .Q 1 , ' M. 1,5 YB .. ,552 . , fi: 2 Vg,-'m, Zvi, 'VA ,Aa 'ey jf. ,ffyag "I f . . , ,f X V.: . -1 -sf' .1 V M an Af ggwff H mv ,A ' Ng 1 M-.H , V0 . '- M 3 '-A -nk . Q, ,W NT f f M . 'Sf Q f' 'Wa nw fw Wx - w 1 W 4 .4 . 1, 5 1 V :W .HQ Q, , j ,l X ' " H! an " Q pa, . . V .f .- , ,. 4 y 4, 2 f.,-f . sv . ' V V' lv 5 Q 2 2 1 M, :PW 5. . ' , f KATHERINE DIANA ADAMS "Diana" "We are easily fooled by the one we love." Chorus 1,2,3,4g Safety Patrol 1,2g 4-H 1,23 FHA 1,e2,3g Library Club 1, 2, EDNA EARLE BAKER "Edna" "Life is only what you make it." Library Club 1,2,3g Officer 25 Chorus 1,2,3,4g 4-H 1,25 FHA 1, 2,3. PATTY RUTH BATTS "Pat" "If God stands for usg who can stand against us?" Chorus 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Superlative 4g FHA l,2,3,4g Offi- cer 2,3g Safety Patrol 2,3,4. MYRA ALDENE BOTTOMS "Dene" "The purpose of life is not what you get out of it but what you gain by it." FHA 1,2,3,4g Honor Society 4g Beta Club 3g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Class Officer 1,45 Annual Staff 4g Mar- shal 3g Ensemble 1,35 Girls State 35 National FHA Convention 35 Student Council 2. BETTY ALICE BRIDGERS "Brigette" "Stand tall, be proud, and fight. " FHA 1,2,3,4g Officer 2,4g Class Officer 1g Awards-Home Ec., Hist. Biologyg Honor Society 4, Officer 43 Student Council 1,39 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4g Girls State Head Cheer- leader 2,3,4g Safety Patrol 1,2,3g Marshal 3g Library Club 2g Science Club 4. LARRY HUNTER CAPPS "Capps" "Do right at all times." FFA 1 ,2,3,4. JOHN WILLIAM CHERRY III lllackll "I'll eat when I'm hungry, I'll drink when l'm dryg if women don't kill me, I'll live till I die. " FFA 3,45 Student Council 25 Mono- gram Club 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,4g Superlative 45 Safety Patrol 35 Choral Festival 3. JEROME COBB COSTA "Turkey" "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." FFA 1,2,3,45 Farm Electrification Award 1,25 Football 35 Superlative 45 Bus Driver 45 Safety Patrol 4. BRENDA KAY DURI-IA M NK . H "Common sense is instinct. Enough of it is genius." FHA 1,2,3,4g Officer 3,45 Chorus 1,25 Band 1,2,4g Beta Club 33 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Superlative 45 Annual Staff 45 Safety Patrol 1,2,35 Honor Society 45 Student Council 1, 45 Annual Queen 35 Office Assistant 3,45 Majorette 2,4. DONNIE RAY COOLEY "Doo1ey" "Think before you answer." FFA 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Base- ball 1,2,3,4. GLENN SAMMY EVERETTE "Sambo" "Live with wolves, and you will learn to howl." Key Club 3,45 Officer 45 Superla- tive 45 FFA 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3, 45 Student Council 2,35 Monogram Club 35 Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2, 3,43 Safety Patrol 2. BRYAN GARNER IR. "Hi-Fi" "Make sure you are right then go ahead." Chorus 1,2,3,4. asiwv-qi fir nfl., v. ,,,., 'SHN ev CYNTHIA WARD GRADY "Cindy" "What we can do for another is the test of powers5 what we can suffer is the test of love" Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1 ,2 ,3 ,45 Superlative 45 Annual Staff 45 Head Majorette 45 FHA 1,2. BOBBY ANDREW JACKSON "Preacher" h "Whiskey and women are for the devil" Football 45 Bus Driver 3,45 FFA 1, 2,3,4. THOMAS WAYNE JENKINS "Jenks" "All knowledge is not wisdomg but all wisdom is knowledge." Class Officer 2,35 Safety Patrol 1, 2,3,45 Superlative 45 Key Club 3, 45 Officer 3,45 Student Council 1, 2,45 Beta Club 45 Officer 45 Honor Society 45 Science Club 45 Officer 45 Debating Team 3. DORIS ARLENE IOYNER "Arlene" "ldeals are like stars5 you choose them as your guide following them you reach your destiny." Chorus l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Class Officer 35 Superlative 45 Annual Staff 45 FHA 1,25 Safety Patrol l,2,35 Monogram Club 35 Student Council 1,3. LILLIAN PAULETTE JOYNER "Smiley" "What profit a man if he gain the world, but lose his soul." Beta Club 35 Honor Society 45 Stu- dent Council 25 FHA 1,2,3,4, Offi- cer 2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Class Officer 35 Superlative 45 Marshal 3. ODIE LEE IOYNER "Lee" "Just because you make low grades doesn't mean you are stupid. " FFA 1,2,3,45 4-H 1,2. ALICE MARIE LANGLEY ..Rie.. "He is truly happy who can make others happy, too." Chorus 2,3,45 Superlative 45 FHA 1 , 2 , 3 . PAUL BRYANT MOORE, IR. "Junior" "When someone starts throwing dirt you know he is losing ground." FFA 1,25 Officer 25 Student Council 1,2,3,45 Officer 3,45 Key Club 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Bus Driver 45 Baseball 1,25 Football 3,45 Class Officer 2,35 Superlative 45 Annual Staff 45 Safety Patrol 1 ,2 . EDWARD MANLEY MOSLEY "Mosby" "The most precious possession that can ever come to a man in this world is a woman's heart." FFA l,2,3,45 Officer 2,3,45 Feder- ation Vice-President FFA 45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Officer 1, 2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 Football 1,25 Bus Driver 2,3. MARTHA THELMA OWENS "Marty" "He who never made a mistake nev- er made a discovery." FHA 1,25 Student Council 25 Office Worker 45 Choral Festival 35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 45 Class Officer 45 Superlative 45 Annual Staff. FRANK MITCHEL PAGE "Mike" "Practice makes perfect, but who has the time. " Key Club 3,45 Officer 45 Beta Club 35 Honor Society 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Football 35 Class Officer 2, 45 Annual Staff 3, 45 Marshal 3. CHESTER FRANKLIN PARRISH IIC. P. n "Individuality is of prime impor- tance in the development of young minds in a democratic sovereignty Key Club 3,45 Officer 45 Beta Club 3: Chorus 1,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3, 4: Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2 3,45 Class Officer 25 Honor Society 4: Nominee for Morehead Scholar- ship5 Marshal 35 Science Club 45 Officer 4: Annual Staff 45 Delegate to Youth Fitness Convention. 3 i I l n Q i I 5 1. I l -E 2 I E L E ., ,.,. s .......s...,....,......,.....W.wmN.1....:s...a , HILTON DOCK PETWAY "Dock" "It is no small art to sleepg to a- chieve it one must keep awake all day. " Chorus 1,2,3,4g Superlative4. MILTON RICK PETWAY "Milt" "Do unto others before they do un- to you." u Student Council l,2,4g Chorus l, 2,3,4g Monogram Club 33 Baseball 2,45 Football 3,4g Basketball l,2, 3,4g Superlative 4g Safety Patrol l, 2,4g Choral Festival 3. ROBERT HUBBARD PUTNEY III "Bob" "The endurance of democracy is dependent upon the strength of the individual character . " Science Club 4. TRUDY DIANNE SHARPE "Sharpe" "Sportsmanship is victorious, even in defeat." FHA l,2,3,4g Monogram Club 3g Chorus l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3, 4g Superlative 4g Baseball Score- keeper 3 . WILLIAM DOUGLAS Sl-IARPE "Bil1y" "Sitting still and wishing makes no man great. The good Lord sends the fish, but we must dig the bait. FFA l,2g Officer 2g Chorus l,2,3, 45 Key Club 3,4g Student Council 45 Safety Patrol l,2,3,4. CHARLES DAVID SMITH "Smitty" "It's better to be on hand with ten men than absent with ten thousand. Monogram Club 3g Key Club 3,4g FFA 1,2,3g Baseball 1,2,4g Basket- ball l,2g Football l,2,3,4g Annual Staff 4. PAMELA LEIGH SMITH "Pam" "When God measures a man, he puts the tape around his heart, not his head" Honor Society 45 Beta Club 3g Sci- ence Club 4g FHA lg Chorus l,2,3, 45 Ensemble 4g Class Officer 4g Superlative 4g Annual Staff 4g Office Worker 4g School News Correspond- ent 4. MAHALA WILLIFORD TANT "Hala" "Let us thank God and be content with what we have." Library Club 1,2,3g Officer 3g Fl-IA l,2g Basketball l,2g 4-H Club l. IEAN CAROLYN THOMAS "Jean" "To fail is to indicate weakness." FHA l,2,3g 4-H l,2g Officer lg Library Club lg Chorus l,2,3,4g Ensemble 3,4. JOSEPH RAYMOND UPCHURCH "Chuck" "It takes less time to do a thing right than to explain why you did it wrong " FFA l,2,3,4g Bus Driver 3,4. WILLIAM EUGENE WATSON "Bluegene" "The only trouble with opportunity is that it comes in the form of hard work." FFA 1,2,3,4g Chorus l,2,3,4. DORIS PROCTOR WELLS "Duke" "God's providence is the surest and best inheritance. " Library Club l,2,3g Officer 35 FHA l,2,3g 4-H lg Safety Patrol l,2,3, 4. Miss Merry Christmas MARTY OWEN S I quit work. PAUL TI-IOMA S WILLIAMS Tommy" "If women interfere with my work, FFA 3, 4g Baseball 2g Bus Driver 3, 4. Halloween King and Queen SAMMY EVERETTE and CINDY GRADY ewan MRS. MYRA E. WHITLEY MRS. HELEN M. 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Q if Q, 5 ,, , "tx, MILTON PETWRY PATTY RUTH BATTS W , sf vv' 1 7 A fe , President - JOHNNY SESSOMS ice-President - DIANNE IOYNER IEANNE WINSTEAD Treasurer - PATSY WINSTEAD .hy a Bobby Ayers Jerry Barnes Tommy Barnes Joan Beaman Paul Bottoms Bruce Butts Ike Cobb Neal Cobb William Davis Graham Farmer Franklin Garner Mary Alice Gay ww ffm., ,4,f..f.wA,f4,gw ' M. ...,,,,,r,, Linda Gooch Janet Harper Carolyn Hathaway Barbara Jones Diane Joyner Winfred Knox Jimmy Langley Buddy Lewis Dickie Lewis T omrny Lewis Linda Lucas Linda Mercer Charles Peele Olivia Pridgen Randall Pennington Earl Proctor Johnny Sessons Eddie Summerlin Linda Viverette Johnny Ray Webb Charles Wells Delores Williams Margaret Williams Polly Williams Nl 1 I ju ,f L in A n Donna Winstead Jeanne Winstead Linda Winstead Marie Winste ad Patsy Winstead MW" X 10015 P1011-Jeco O 1 XXX D mf ONNA WINS 178 Queen Ca TEAD and JE ndidafes ANNE WINS as Cgwff' 'X' Carolyn Adams Brantley Aycock Eunice Baker La Verne Baker Wayne Baker I erry Barkley Peggy Barkley Larry Barnes Mary Alice Bass Darrel Batchelor Shirley Batts Nancy Braswell Rachel Briclgers Gregory Davis Gayle Driver Katrina Flora Linda Gardner Nancy Gardner Robert Garrett Jimmy Gills Linda Sue Harrell Jimmy Jackson Phillis Joyner Billie Jean Landin Rona Langley Jimmy Lanier Jan Loftin Martha Jane Owens Rachel Owens Jerry Parker 'QP Susan Pittman Bill Powell Butch Proctor Donnie Proctor Linda Reason Alton Smith Edwin Watson Phyllis Weaver Hilda Webb Ralph Wells Hazel Lea Williams Mitchell Williams Tim Winstead Dida Sue Winstead Doug Winstead Joyce Winstead Mickey Winstead Norma Winstead Sophomores show up well in FHA fashion show ,naw-04' Candidates for Homecoming Queen LINDA REASON and GAYLE DRIVER W- X 'ff f 'U if ' "' ff Q Q 1 4 4 1 , r i N 4614 N . VJ ' vn- J' if 'is P r fs if lf' ,, f I Ruby Allen Larry Baker Janice Barkley Donna Barkley Bobby Barnes Linda Barnes Linda Barts Walter Barts Linda Sue Bissette Bill Bridgers Freddy Bridgers Judy Bullock Judy Bunn Johnny Butts Shirley Capps J. '1 w yi rl L, J J J l l J? li 5 J 1 l l 3 el EJ z fi I 5. 's Ji gl il yi 2: J 1 fi 1 3 gl rl ll L aa Dorothy Coley Mary Ellen Coley Terry Creekmore Lorene Davis Susie Davis Glenda Edwards Annette Farmer Deborah Farmer Janet Farmer Johnny F1nn Stacy Fulford Paulette Garner Robert Gay Patrrcra Hathaway Brenda Jenklns ,M 4 f Barbara Joyner Judy Joyner Carolyn Knox Johnny Langston Ricky Loftin Jackie Massey Ashley Page Katie Pridgen Danny Proctor Shirley Ruffin Carroll Sessoms Clark Smith Sue Smith Clifton Sumrnerlin Sandra Tant Betty Sue Taylor Elizabeth Taylor John Taylor Linda Warbritton Robert Webb Virginia Whitley Bonnie Winstead Ray Williams Dan Winstead Homecoming Queen Glenda Edwards is presented Flowers by co-captain Eddie Summerlin. A 1 w ,x,,, , ,,,, . , , ,q,,,,,,11 , . 11. QQ, 5, 15kWE1'L+,1', f, , ,233 - ,, - +55 511 ma, WZ., i s " 11i4si1nwsAf3',w ': ,:,, F u, H, JE ,lr 'Zia Sc4aaZ gum! IM 12 DRUM MAJOR Jimmy Lanier ...L MAJORETTES Cindy Grady - HEAD Kay Durham Billie Jean Landin Linda Harrell DIRECTOR Mrs. Winstead V W ff',,,f L .fxs 5n5Q'w'z'-'f'f '-:'5 . . X5 43 I 'N - W ' " . wg Q' J. W 51953 -.Q3,,:'2gf-f:j..f,Q ,, Q 1,-J' ,5 -ff, '5 F 315, 3 i Q, M 1' ,4 ,aw r ,, 'M 23-QW My -' Q, ' +'f,f1a?fX1?a:f,fg6'v1 ' -V , X "NV ' , - ' du... 950-"ff J: 'fi V ' 42631 ,'::i.-fit' ZF! lr It f V 1 ' Q "" 5-' 3? Q-J X X i , A- - nf ' 'A 4 ' -'N f eq nv M: W " " wx M Q, wa 'Yr -M., f 1, . W S W E ,E -f f 32 s 2 Q M E3 Q 14 fi ?i F2 ii I I H :Q P QL is T , 1 l ENSEMBLE PIANO STUDENTS TEACHER M1ss Hazel Doles IN TERMEDIATE BAND BEGINNERS BAND mm wiv .,,,,.-4 ang, .W w L asf' f, l ini, ' x 2 t ff dl i Y 'rv ,,,.,.......-nun-lv 1 S - 9 53 2 I x x x 'X , ,UIQ ai' 'J 2' sf., Qjibxflli wc, F5 H? V. 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J-I .dbg 1 f5 3 5,4 ' 'uf'-f'fv.f'x,."'fN1 . 4 1 ...tgT',,.,I! fm.. x , , 'N 1 --args' unix gan , 1 1 4 7.20, , . 4. 4' f',7 1 f 1 1 5 i 'Zfaaafa ' The National Honor Society's main purpose is to stimulate the high scholarship, constructive leader- ship, purposeful service, and worthy character of the students in the secondary schools of this country. Our chapter has, as members, juniors and seniors who are outstanding in these fields. Each member must have maintained at least a 90 average his first two years in high school and must continue to maintain his average at, or above, this level to remain in the President - DENE BOTTOMS Vice-President - GRAHAM FARMER Secretary - BETTY ALICE BRIDGERS Treasurer - PATSY WINSTEAD Advisor - MR. LAMM Honor Society. Disgusted, Dene? But Mr. Lamm, three drinks! J' M .l WEM The Key Club is an all boys' organization dedi- cated to the proposition of upholding the following objectives: to build our home, school, and com- munityg to serve our nation and God and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions. Each member must be of good character and must have average grades. Throughout the school year the Key Club is constantly carrying out many worth- while projects. This just goes to prove that the Key Club members are always willing to do one thing - and that's to work for the benefit of themselves, of others, and their school. President - CHESTER PARRISH Vice-President - SAMMY EVERETTE Sweetheart - GAYLE DRIVER Secretary - MIKE PAGE Treasurer - THOMAS JENKINS Advisor - MR, PARKER Dignified President Hard Worker N aff? 'cz We are the Future Homemakers of America We face the future with warm courage And high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking Old and precious values. For we are the builders of homes, Homes for America's future. Homes where living will be the expression of everything That is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith Will be realities, not dreams. We are the Future Homernakers of America We face the future with warm courage And high hope. President - IEANNE WINSTEAD Vice-President - BETTYBRIDGERS Secretary - DONNA WINSTEAD Treasurer - LINDA WINSTEAD Historian - KAY DURHAM Reporter - DENE BOTTOMS Parliamentarian - OLIVIA PRIDGEN Song Leader - DIANE IOYNER State Progect. Helping the Aging . xnn 4 5 , f , A-if , .W ,..v..,.,.,....m......-..,.u-.....uv...,, :wayne ' 1 mnusw-nuuw .. - , " f , , K1 ,f' - aw mf, 2 Q wiv Y a sf F M 5 ,af 'ifzfuamni X:f'g?'gB , ' 5 , I V 6 ' i I '1 I J 3 f . E Q, W fs N ek It f A1 W '49 1, 4 sin Y ig A if ,Ni , , , ayffgfi'-f W . f Q. f. x Q 54 5 v ,. ,,.,Ya ,f 5 :ff ,. VM, ,J ,. ., r T z 5 ,., ,.. . .,..A. - F 'fZ..,W'.1? A 1 -1f,. ff , Lk ,-xl ' , M, Q, ,W N 1 y ' Ri' 5 2 if if y S Q W Q Q w- 5. t v '. . 'B sf, X 1, W f I ,L A., A mf ' Q. ,Q Q A 5 2 A K9 im W fm' 5 it Q L4 "5 'Q QEEAPTER , 7 A. f K 'W f ziei' .ff f a" 4 , , 1 W 27 M ,W Q V is I ' I H 'QQ Z1 4 ,. if A ,S S ' ?' ' gffwe ' f ff: 2 1 A, Qaiiaf f' ' 1 X 1- ,T Z' 6 7 '. 4-'?f ' . ' I it MA, f 4'-f ff J .f NJQQT f aw :S 'V Q' Am, ?55l:?,f5f5 ,t 9' if O The Library Club has gained tremendous momen- tum this school year. Its members, who are library assistants to Mrs. Davis have really served the school and their fellow students this year. They must be commended for their work in keeping the high school and elementary libraries in order and for their help- fulness in finding references for students working on research themes. Their work is greatly appreciated by all the students. President - OLIVIA PRIDGEN Vice-President - DONNA WINSTEAD Secretary - Pl-IYLLIS WEAVER Treasurer - JACKIE MASSEY Reporter - ELIZABETH TAYLOR Advisor - MRS. DAVIS 5 . The Student Council is the most important student organization in our school, for through it students participate in the management of our school activi- ties. Each class in high school has its own members whose objective is to represent the student body. Other purposes of the Student Council are to co- ordinate and to promote worthy student activity, to maintain and to encourage high standards of conduct and good citizenshipg to provide adequate assemblies for the student body and to contribute to the general welfare of the school and its students. O President - PAUL MOORE Vice-President - JIMMY LANGLEY Secretary - LINDA HARRELL Treasurer - BILLY IOE WINSTEAD Advisor - MR. HALL Student Council members listen attentively. O The Science Club is composed of the leading stu- dents in the sophomore, junior, and senior science classes. As the name might suggest, the purpose of the Science Club is to promote advancement in science and to inform others of the importance of science in every day life. The Science Club performs ' various activities for the school and sponsors the Advlsor ' MR' PARKER Science Fair at which it awards medals to the stu- dents having the best science projects. President - THOMAS JENKINS Vice-President - GRAHAM FARMER Secretary - CHESTER PARRISH Treasurer - BETTY ALICE BRIDGERS i 5 : Q ' 1 . 1 5 5 ,gp ww' Am. - ' "But I tell you Einstein was wrong! " Mr. Parker advises Science Club. 'bww R 3 3 -"hi y 13- , ,M is f gf + v 1 i 2 , .. Q Z 'ku-V' 5 S YE, v 2091, ' fff,.', ,, f Wx .-aff." T , im AW f D lla wi, f, f , 2,5-21 , , f " t g, 'sz 5 -if "L?41T . iv rpg, .f', 'fin Yo ,Q 4,45 f .. -1. 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THIRD ROW: Kenneth Wooten, Doug Winstead, Greg Davis, Bobby Barnes, Walter Batts, and Charles Peele. fafagecaw Good game, Edd - die! Not the net too, Bobby! 5 N: ,,l.? 1 , -... Hun Nh S. gi . ,f Q i ax V 'qw I Y 114'- z 5 , ' an 3 W MPR 545:12 .X 7 6 va Q1 D' KY . v Y V , WAAA m ' ff , mf 5 .,, ft JV ,g X L 1 5? Q Q . . Q Q 0 ., Q J A , ',.. K f4 ," f 3 .A- Zfi ' ,,., 4f2' f' -mwwvawa 7 N W. in f' 'S "' ' x 1 ff ' Q ' s K E 9 . .V M ?,'qr' in -f L , ik f 'fxjg' , , ll x X, .Vg ,I 5 4 sf 42' K4 . ,N ,152 .4 .,... . li, A eg If A :Sip ,. V 5 eg FIRST ROW: Robert Gay, Kenneth Wooten, Clark Smith, Alton Smith, Robert Garret. SECOND ROW: Butch Proctor, Paul Moore, Jimmy Lanier, Graham Farmer, Charles Peele, Buz Aycock. THIRD ROW: Jerry Barnes, Bill Powell, Chester Parrish, Frankie Garner, Randy Pennington, Milton Petway, Charles Smith, and Eddie Summerlin. COACH: Brantley Aycock si CO-CAPTAINS: Eddie Summerlin and Charles Smith 2' , 5 3 1 V I , '.,w-W! -'1 A X .ful 4 . 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Rosemary Batten, Linda Barnes, Betty Boykin, Teresa Brice, Roy Dixon, William Ellis, Timothy Farmer, Joseph Gardner, Mike Glover, Marty Hamm, Thomas McClees, Cynthia Hall, Vicky Jenkins, Jenny Lewis, Joyce Lucas, James Oakey, Carl Bradley Sanders, Dencil Warren Sanders, Vernon Smith, Michael Summerlin, Sharon Pittman, Phyllis Webb, William Whitehead, Roy Wiggins, Charlotte Williams Duane Batchelor, Peter Bridgers, Sandra Crumpler, Kenneth Farmer, Leslie Gardner, Cathy Garner, Kenneth Garrett, Vickie Hamm, Tim lnscore, Vicky Jobe, Bonnie Jordan, Marsha Langston, Carlton Meeks, Frances Oakey, Janet Parker, Barbara Pender, David Pittman, Michael Pittman, Julian Proctor, Elizabeth Putney, Stanley Ruffin, Dale Sessoms, Tony Thomas, Mary Tyson, Bonnie Webb, Janice Williams, Johnny Wiggins, Callie Williford, Deborah Williford, Paul Wooten MRS. EMILY GRADY MRS. MARY I-IARRELSON Allene Davis, Mike Durham, Lester Farmer, Jon Maynard, Philip Mitchell, Brenda Morgan, Joan Narron, Tommy Odom, Brad Outlaw, Audrey Pridgen, Michael Smith, Wayne Wheeless - .. ,',' ,.,, af t 4, ,x Y W g. I V , .,. , P A- f 5 Z, ,. , E,i1,,,,K wk 35' Q. y 0 M K as Q 'fig ,W , as wt -T QT , 5 'X el., 4? is -N h fn, -sv .Nil V! q i' M K f' A , f ' ' I f .,. I , i f T , , , ,, 'Q ,gg t .334 ,T .W ii? SSW 5,4 Q V' ka, W m7 ., A V " J 1 , if I' ' , V " V L fi V 'fi' - A :'f3.f"j Q , XA 1.1: WF. 'Z '. 1 A fer -4, - H A t 1 1, 2 My l A . S N- H 2 f Yr ' K " ' YN za-1 ,, , . r 2 sig ., V , "M-Lia ,Y , Kenneth Baker, Ann Bridgers, Helen Bunting, Jewel Bunting. 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Q 1 'Q-1 'P' 7 , 74 W -r-L E an 'Li' i 4 .dia ' A , "'A fif rr aa N4-'Fx at , y U p ax T ::AA'A Lg :Hifi A I ' 5 'bn K Y sur ,, Wi E 3 J Janie Boykin, Robert Bridgers, Joyce Bridgers, Hilda Davis, Gregory Farmer, Andrew Farmer, Brenda Gooch, Howard Knox, Jarvis Hardison, Angela Hardison, Ray Jones, Dean Joyner, John Lucas, Andra Page, Sherwood Page, Christine 1 Sharpe, Randy Whitehead, Patricia Williams, Katherine Williford, Michael Winstead, Brenda Wooten 5 MRS GAIL FLEMING and MRS. ANNIE LEE FARMER Xu .' J aitwmth m J J, ,P J :E2,, W, , rr, s ' D ',,, Q , - , H ' Y k Ez is J 11 J 4 sz? ll H!asdh',1 ,T QU? ,., W 'hw' 'J ff N ""i 33 J XV: Joseph Barnes, Dicky Barnes, Benjamin Batts, Billy Batts, Chester Bridgers, Susan Bullock, Dorothy Fulford, Kenneth Gardner, Edna Hamm, Patricia Hamm, Carol Hearne. Joyce Jones, Deborah Joyner, James Lee, Jr., Debbie Lucas, Kim McC1ees, Andrew Mitchell, Martha Jo Odom, James Pittman, Anglea Pittman, Charles Proctor, Stephen Sanders, Deborah Summerlin, Dwight Taylor, Faye Williams 165 L Wa 495 ,Adi GN fy G im 'W 'Y --- F4 -fsf' vm ft. ig , H. ,i,w.f'7E?m2 - Wayne Bottoms, Bobby Bulluck, Betty Cobb, Vickie Creekmore, Beverly Farmer, Donnae Fulford, Nancy Garrett, Patsy Gay, Wayne Hodges, Mary Jones, Johnny Jones, John Joyner, Donald Lynch, Jimmy Meeks, Charles Mercer, Annie Morgan, Douglas Outlaw, Wallace Owens, Vickie Pittman, Frieda Pridgen, Leon Proctor, Betty Smith, Susane Tosto, Brenda Williams, Alan Winstead, Stanley Winstead, Cornell Winstead, Gerald Winstead MRS. ELIZBETH WINSTEAD MRS. EILEEN DOLES P J fiixlfl Q Alvin Barnes, William Batten, Berry Bottoms, Laura Bulluck, Deborah Glasgow, Carolyn Gooch, Charlene Heath, Cathy Helmer, Cindy Jones, Susie Langley, Katie Maynard, Noah Morgan, Connie Mitchell, Nancy Oakey, Phyllis O'Briant, Roger Summerlin, Jackie Tyson, Ralph Wheeler, Jimmy Whitley, Warren Williams, Roger Winstead, Sandra Winstead Z , ,NNI 4 wm- ,ff 5373 J 1 Qt 'P ,Q f 1 .J rs: SC ,4.,Qfn.,v, . 4 'I :L W2 r- QNX, X 'Url' 'gc Brooks Barkley, Keith Barkley Betty Barnes Ben Barnes Deborah Batchelor, Nell Bottoms, Sherry Gr1ff1n Steve Harrell Joyce Hawley, Rudy Durham, B1ll1e Gardner, Mary Goulden, Martha Lamer Dora Lee, Lynn Pittman Harry Helmer Steve Knox, Becky Landrn, Kitsy Prldgen Robert Procter Deborah Sanders, Robert Sharp Donnie Summerlm Phyllrs Taylor, Brenda Qurnn, Wayne Walston B111 Webb Ernesnne Williams Gayle Williams, Mary Jo Wrlliams MRS. 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W, 4 if W 1 4 as P W B ff ' f r N517 I vw ,E W V A i H M M ,L V W N . ,H 1 , ,L.,, x B L A Mac Bissette Henr Brice Ka e Bullock Brenda Bullock Mollie Bottoms Kathr n Bot Y I 1 I 1 toms, Wanda Davis, Warren Davis, Sandra Dawes, Mary Ann Faircloth, Ruth Flowers, Mildred Gardner, Ann Gouldin, Lynne Griffin, Janet Hodges, Deborah Harrell, Edwin Jordan Betty Langley, Robert Moore, Edward Newcomb, Marie Page, Millie Pridgen, Carol Procter, Martha Skinner, Gary Sanders, Sherry Webb, Marsha Whitley, Larry Whitley, Jackie Whitley George Winstead, Joan Winstead, Barbara Jean Winstead, MRS. IRENE PAGE Kaye Bullock is crowned Ir. Annual Queen x16iegrz'f13Eaw:5wf '65, " W.-mw2Zx,5i' ,Q - fy-'V - - ,V . , f ,, f 'f Q1 , - A . ' .. X ,MJJ3 . V, ,, 'X .1 5-uf 'klf?.1s4xQ'g5 'J , , , 1 , :zfgffpim Q Q 1 f. , 1 - ' ,fz?"4w3:" n , " f ' 'f M f -K A - K .- af vijtsc.,-'Q-,4 'ff ' - . . V, . , K. .MQ-.x,. v "1 - 531 'L 1 f , ' ,J"',fffPf+Q' :kE.?A'f,, ' ' f . 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'X 'H no., J FOOD LANE SUPER MARKET "CLICK" NEWCOMBE Wilson, North Carolina f " xv. ,. - j,: ve. , V, - . -ff. T- mv .A 45 an CQFF " i ff ' W ' ' 'Q-:iff-..,y,n ' -'Z if T ' K V? lvv, W ., y w?""'o ' 1 W 1 ,yr A ,,,,QfLlwf3"'f"m'f 'EEV' .,.-5 HUNT FUNERAL HOMES Ambulanc e Se rvice Wilson Stantonsburg Spring Hope w l 1 F I! 1 ABA-A --Qi, 4-an-.1-va, K, . , Af f X3 . ,W 5' 12,- . - - 'Z' -4 4A.a,g.gi, ,::,mt f ,Q Y Q f - 5 A 4 V f, V, ,Q J W . m ,,,4, M, M,,1g,,,.:-,,m,f',4,,,,,:1f,iEgq,,.,.m:,,f,j,.3fMy ,wa 2 .vgszfs A I Jaya' 'flag 1. 'iw Za! : -.ar fig-.Q-.:fKw. -C .fy .fx V qv-,-5. ,4-Q.:-5: Y. :3fa:...s5,?fg,f,.,v: ,,g 1'vf3 , wwgn , I f , y, . gwff fu A jff: V ,147 v.,3ff,y5,f fi+'-,--.fflszczis-Qs:-1i,,f :,fnv4v V-vw K 1,3 ky! ,. I .12 5',H5j,,fl . 2 V, - , L ,, 3 My ,, , 4 ,WW , , ,, , .- .f . ,. MW .W-,f , .,., ..Y:9,iM.,,,, , .1 f MN 5, -Msrgryff f ,if W ,W,W,,,a,Wj gfff., LM , 44,4 .G-V 1 agp , f ,,gfr,V of ,-- 5 1, Qgrwwg .Q fgiwfff as f .w,,' ,wifiiwhwich ,ma ,, U S mwzp, ig 'f ' 1' 3 uaifs - ft N, ,. WILSON AUTO SALES, INC. Chrysler - Plymouth - Valiant Douglas Street, Wilson, North Carolina Phone 243-4700 THOMAS YELVERTON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Wilson, North Carolina Telephone 2.43-3121 CLARK WAREHCUSE No. 1 - No. 2 S. A. QSAMD MCCONKEY and H. I. QSLIMD JOHNSON We hope you like us like we like you. We really like that Elm City tobacco Tarboro, North Carolina gg 154152, 5' W4 ga .9 QYIIYYN' Si X2 WESTVIEW LANES Come on Out and Bowl a Few Games With Us . HOLIDAY HOUSE FURNiTURE ROBERT I-I, WILLLAMS, Owner -- Class of 1950 Furniture - Carpet - Draperies Interior Decorating Service Accessories P. O. Box 171 Wilson, North Carolina BAILEY'S JEWELRY 1 WATCH Q-EPAIQS Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry .. 1 W Expert Watch Repair Q 21 EX A 109 South Goldsboro St. A Telephone 243-2617 Wilson, North Carolina El I w cons t N FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES mm city, North fcaroiina iT1f , Bn, It +- . . ,,r5,..'.: .H 4. N - P 7' " "" 1 1 , f I 1 5 , L, I . . 4' ' 1 l.'f"1':r'i' 1 N d,n,n I +,:I.s- 1 Phone CE 6-4455 Q J I R . 4 Fa ,,, AINES AND CCX C 5 'Wg ,pm ' 5 Official Photographers of the 1963 Bear Trap H xx ' I U .,,g -. xl ! Wilson, North Carolina Phone 237-3935 ELM CITY PHARMACY . MARVIN L. DAVIS .ffezmi G Registered Pharmacist Q .-D DEPENDABLE " Elm City, North Carolina Compliments of THERMATICS, INCORPORATED "Makers of High Temperature Insulation Wire" Elm City, North Carolina Compliments of NELLO L. TEER ROCK QUARRY Tel. GI 2.-6353 Rocky Mount, North Carolina Crushed Stone Granite Screenings GROWERS CO-OPERATIVE WAREHOUSE, INC. For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco Wilson, North Carolina P. O. Box 247 Phone 243-5097 We Pay Patronage Dividends 1 gc ,. U gp WHITE'S TIRE SERVICE F l fiffiih ' IQ' 'f1: ..., i!,. ,'-" L y :i w ' I O , Eastern Carolina's Largest and 1 I at it ,II i I5 y,1l,r gg F L- A 'fi I , , I Q ou r - If I ' gm Finest Recapper W1 A Phone 243-4167 S I I , Wilson, North Carolina I Made to order for North Carolina. soils Planters "Controlled" Fertilizers PLANTERS COTTON OIL COMPANY Rocky Mount, N. C. Compliments of WAINWRlGHT'S WAREHOUSE SAM WILLIAMS GEORGE WAINWRIGI-IT Bookkeeper Owner Wilson, North Carolina f LEE Moron co., INC. Km 6 X A SALES - SERVICE Elm City, North Carolina 414 All Regular King BARNES HARRELL COCA - COLA Wilson, North Carolina General Insurance WILTON H. PRIDGEN AGENCY P. O. Box 163 Elm City, North Carolina Tel. CE 6-4577 THOMAS DRUG STORE, INC. Nash Street Shopping Center Prescription Specialist Phone 237-1572. Wilson, N. C. BRANCH BANKING 81 TRUST COMPANY Wilson North Carolina Complete Banking, Insurance Trust and Farm Management Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation RIO RESTAURANT Oyster Bar - Banquet Hall - Dining Room U.S. 301 and 301-A, North Telephone GIbson 2.-1927 Q 8 T "'i8bf.L'fMZ'L'1"' 1 1-if Tuuo T 1 E V ss RACTOR ' 'vgtifg - , coMPANY, INC. QQ- -1 "Your John Deere Dealer" 1 I fx? . Rocky Mount, North Carolina EASTERN MOTOR SALES CH EVRO LET Wilson North Carolina :Iii "The Best Car on the Road" THOMAS-FARRIS MOTORS, INC. 501 South Church Street Rocky Mount, North Carolina Telephones: Sales 442-2935 - PartsfService 442-1681 Milk SEALTEST FOODS Southern Division Ice Cream Wilson, North Carolina Phone 237-1161 Compliments of ROSENBLOOM-LEVY Rocky Mount, North Carolina GEO. H. FARMER HARDWARE Electrical - Plumbing - Paint Supplies Se eds, Fertilizer, Peat Moss, Insecticides Telephone 236 -4777 CAROLINA LAUNDRY 8. CLEANERS, INC. Wilson, N. C. "We appreciate your patronage." Telephone 237-2419 TAYLOR OLDSMOBILE COMPANY 309 Herring Avenue Elegant Starfire Home of Wils on, North Carolina Action - Packed Super 88 Classic 98 High - Spirited F-85 Cutlass Dollar - Saving Dynamic 88 Delightful New Jetfire F-85 CAROLINA PROPANE GAS CO. Distributors of WARRANGAS Phone 243-6445 P. O. Box 227 Wilson, North Carolina LANGLEY'S GRILL "The Finest in I-lot Dogs, Hamburgers, and Plate Lunches Elm City North Carolina THE COUNTRY SQUIRE Your Ivy League Headquarters 107 S. Tarboro Street Wilson, North Carolina J. C. FRIAR MOTORS, INC. 945 N. Church Street Rocky Mount, North Carolina Volkswagen Sales and Service "The Only Authorized Dealer in This Area" Compliments of WILSON VENEER COMPANY Manufacturers of Commercial Veneers Wilson, N. C. ALTON SHARPE'S GENERAL SUPPLY Groceries - Fresh Meats and Vegetables Clothing and Shoe s Elm City, North Carolina Phone CE 6-4480 BUCK OVERTON'S "A Good Place to Dine" Rocky Mount, North Carolina THELMA'S FLORIST Nash Road Elm City, North Carolina "Service to All Surrounding Territories' Call CE 6-4338 Night or Day PARKER'S Real Pit Barbeque Southern Fried Chicken Brunswick Stew T-Bone Steaks Oysters in Season One Mile South on U. S. 30l Wilson, North Carolina Read the Elm City News Written by Miss Frances Pleasants and the High School Reporter in THE WILSON DAILY TIMES Wilson, North Carolina EM-JAY SPORTING GOODS CO. 106 South Tarboro Street Wilson, North Carolina ONE HOUR CLEANERS "Wilson's Finest Cleaners and Shirt Laundry" 305 West Nash Street 308 West Nash Street Wilson, North Carolina Compliments of OETTINGER'S DEPARTMENT STORE ll0 W. Nash St. Men's Store 102 E. Nash St. Wilson, N. C. Students Welc ome at BRUCE'S HOT DOG STAND Wilson, North Carolina SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY Main Street Phone CE 6-4617 Elm City, North Carolina "CARL MEYERS GROCERY" Your Friendly Store Phone CE 6-4680 Elm City, North Carolina DOLES GROCERY Heavy and Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats - Frozen Foods Dairy Products Elm City, North Carolina Phone CE 6-4540 Get fed and liked at the MIDWOOD RESTAURANT Under new management FRED W. FARRIS North of Elm City on 301 THE CAROLE DRESS AND BRIDAL SHOP Apparel That Appeals Dresses Jewelry Sportswear Lingerie Wedding Attire ll8 Sunset Avenue Rocky Mount, North Carolina W. C. REID 84 COMPANY Eastern Carolina's Leading Music Store Rocky Mount, North Carolina GAY'S HARDWARE Telephone C11 2-1482 122-24 South Howard St. P. O. Box 928 Rocky Mount, North Carolina Compliments of EASTERN ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. 822 South Church Street Rocky Mount, North Carolina GAY-YOST FUNERAL HOME Rocky Mount, N. C. C11 6-6634 Ambulance Service Burial Ins urance Compliments of WARD BAKING COMPANY South Church Street Rocky Mount, North Carolina Congratulations Clas s of 1963 STEPHENS HARDWARE Wilson, North Carolina Phone 237-2204 JOYNER'S FUNERAL HOME Telephone 237-3197 Ambulance Service 107 North Pine St. Wilson, North Carolina MOSS BICYCLE SHOP Schwinn and Columbia We Repair All Makes 222 South Tarboro St. Wilson, North Carolina BRIDGERS PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO "Make Your Paint Problems Our Business" 125 S. Tarboro St. Wilson, North Carolina Phone 243-4428 Compliments of WILSON HARDWARE COMPANY Wilson, North Carolina THE REMNANT SHOP South Tarboro Street Ward Blvd. "Sew the Best for Less" Wilson, North Carolina Congratulations From THE LONDON SHOP Wilson, North Carolina Compliments of THE CREAMERY Wilson, North Carolina Intersection 301-A and 264 -Wilson's Fine Jewelers Royal Doulton China Hamilton Watches Diamond Engagement Rings Terms to Suit Sterling Flatware BALLARD 8: SON WUSO11 Theatre Bldg. "TOYS FOR MEN" Boats Motors Fishing Tackle Bait 600 Herring Avenue Wilson, N. C. ALMAND'S DRUG STORE The Pres cription Store Phone 442-5126 130 S. Main Street Rocky Mount, N. C. APPLIANCE 8. TIRE CENTER 227 S. E. Main Street Rocky Mount, N. C. AL KILPATRICK GI 2-4244 CHAIR 8. EQUIPMENT RENTALS U.S. 301 By-Pass South Post Office Box 705 Rocky Mount, N. C. Telephones: 442-6013 - 446-7352 GORDON VESTAL, JR, Owner - Mgr. Congratulations, Class of '63 DANIEL'S, INC. Rocky Mount, North Carolina Compliments of GRA-BAR RESTAURANT Steak House Congratulations Clas s of '6 3 BELK-TYLERS "Rocky Mount's Largest Department Store" MOSS 8. COMPANY, INC "Treat People Right" 103 W. Nash Street Dial 237-1511 Wilson, North Carolina Ya'll Come RAY'S DRIVE IN I-Iighway 301 South of Wilson, N. C. WILEY WINSTEAD, Prop. DURACLEAN SERVICE U.S. 301 By-Pass Rocky Mount, North Carolina Telephones: 442-6013 - 446-7352 CARBISCO FLOUR 8: FEED MILLS, INC Gold Strap Feeds Surge Dairy Farm Equipment Rocky Mount, North Carolina JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, INC. Phone GI 6-5135 Sunset Avenue Rocky Mount, North Carolina COBB MOSS 8. SON 134 South Tarboro St. Wilson, North Carolina Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Family Shoes GEHMANN'S JEWELRY 139 South Main Street Rocky Mount, North Carolina Phone G16-6722 BRASWELL'S SPORT SHOP 137 Nash Street Phone GI 6-4611 Rocky Mount, North Carolina 1 VANN'S Electrical Appliances T. V. --Radio Hobbies--Toys 115 West Nash Street Wilson, North Carolina CONTENTNEA GUANO COMPANY Manufacturers of High Quality Fertilizer Wils on, North Carolina BARNES SHELL SERVICE Bear Steering Service Frame and Axle Straightening Wheel Balancing Wilson, North Carolina J. A. THARRINGTON 8. SONS Tobacco Curers and Heaters Rocky Mount, North Carolina COMER OIL COMPANY Gulf Oil Products Phone GI Z-2112 Rocky Mount, North Carolina DOUG 8. ELEANOR MOSS, INC. Men and Boys' Store 136 South Tarboro St. Wilson, North Carolina Good Movies are Always More Fun at the STARLIGHT DRIVE-IN THEATER Wilson, North Carolina GUS Z. LANCASTER'S MULE BARN JOE S. LANIER, Owner Phone GI 2-3124 Rocky Mount, North Carolina "The Best in Horses and Mules for Trade Daily." TUDOR'S FLORIST TOWN 81 COUNTRY RESTAURANT Delicious Food "Best in Town" Dial 243-2022 Wilson, N. C. Highway 301 South of Wilson, North Carolina AMBER L. DIXON Phone - owner 442-2360 PRIDGEN'S 442-5635 AMOCO SERVICE DIXON'S m BLIND 8. 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