Enfield Academy - Fife and Drum Yearbook (Whitakers, NC)
- Class of 1970
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Enfield A cademy Whitakers, N. C. Chartered 1965 THE FIFE AND DRUM 1970 Standing in front of the first Enfield Academy in 1965, are its original teachers and three members of the first Board of Trustees. From Left to Right are Rom Parker, Treasurer and Attorney; Mrs. Stella Edwards, fifth and sixth grade teacher; Mrs. Bessie Hancock, fourth grade; Dr. S. N. Wood, Chairman of the Teachers’ Committee; Mrs. Marie Mangum, second and third grades; Mi ss Garnet Grizzard, first grade; and the Reverend A. C. Morgan, Chairman of the Board. The Enfield Academy opened on September 1, 1965, at Hardarwee School, near the town of Enfield, with a faculty of four teachers and a student body of seventy-one. It had been organized during the summer by a group of interested citizens from Enfield, Darling- ton, and Weldon. From the beginning, the Enfield Academy was a pioneer in the field of modern private schools. It was the first private school in North Caro- lina to become chartered under the State’s Non-Profit Corporation Act. Dr. S. N. Wood was the first President, and Mrs. Bessie Hancock served as the Headmistress the first year. The Reverend A. C. Morgan was Chairman of the first Board of Trustees. The Board was composed of the following members: Walter E. Clement, Secretary; Rom B. Parker, Treasurer and Attorney; Dr. S. N. Wood, Chairman of the Teachers’ Committee; W. L. Fleming, Chairman of the Purchasing Committee; J. H. Norman, III, Chairman of the Book Committee; Alvin A. Woodard, Chairman of Publicity and member of the Finance Committee; and Paul Barringer, Aubrey Dick- ens, Jesse Holford, and H. L. Johnson, members of the Finance Committee. From the beginning, the parents and friends of the Enfield Academy showed a remarkable spirit and will- ingness to work. During the first month, they formed the Patrons of the Enfield Academy, which, under the leadership of Mrs. James F. Hunter, first President, became one of the pillars of the school. Parents and friends scrubbed floors and desks, painted walls, made curtains, hung light fixtures, put in restrooms, installed central heating, and even built classrooms. To raise the necessary money, bake sales, auctions, and festivals were conducted. The students responded enthusiasti- cally, and the joint effort was rewarded at the end of the year when the School was granted State approval. This academy spirit has both continued and increased these five years. Maxville Burt Williams became Head- master at the beginning of the second year, and under his administration, the school has steadily grown until it now has an enrollment of 425 students. It was at the start of the second year that the territory served by the Academy was expanded to include Scotland Neck. They proved dedicated as the organizers, and in a short time were serving on the Board of Trustees and as Chairmen of important committees. C. C. Turner of Scotland Neck succeeded the Reverend Morgan as Chairman of the Board, and in turn, was succeeded by Travis Uzzell, the present Chairman. Subsequent members of the Board have been Wade Dickens, John Branham, Kevin Viverette, L. W. Locke, Leonard Bunting, Dr. David Stroud, and J. P. Alford. During January, 1968, the Enfield Academy pur- chased the Whitakers school property in Nash County and during March of that year moved the school to the new location. This move to Whitakers provided the Academy with seventeen classrooms, a library, a labo- ratory, a lunchroom, a first aid room, a teachers’ lounge, a Headmaster’s office, a gymnasium, and a beautiful auditorium, which was subsequently named Parker Auditorium in recognition of the services of Rom B. Parker in acquiring the property. During the summer of 1968, it became evident that the enrollment of the Academy would double the next fall, and that at least a part of the older portions of the school would have to be renovated in order to accom- modate the new students. The incredible spirit of the Academy came through again. The summer was hot; the job to be done was large, but hundreds of persons spent untold hours working under the leadership of Building Committee Chairman, Leo Bellamy. The li- brary was organized and fully set up by Mrs. Rom Parker, who volunteered her services as librarian. The auditorium made debates and plays possible, and the gymnasium and baseball field made sports competition with other schools possible. The Carolina Academy Conference was formed for basketball competition, and the girls’ team immediately became champions. The fourth year had hardly got underway before applications from new students poured in. The Board of Trustees with the assistance of the school treasurer, E. M. Davis; Mrs. E. M. Davis, and Mrs. L. L. Allen, immediately began processing applications. By the end of the year, sufficient applications had been approved to more than double the enrollment. The hard summer of 1968 was nothing in compari- son with the summer of ’69. Hundreds of people went to work, and again the job was done. The fall of 1969 found the Academy with an enrollment of 425 stu- dents and a faculty of sixteen well-trained and quali- fied teachers. Students attending the Academy came from fourteen cities and towns, six counties, and had previously attended thirty-three schools. In this fifth year of operation, the Academy proved successful with its first graduating class, additional clubs and activities, and its first annual, the Fife and Drum. The first student body m . d %. wSgjk V- ' i- r :;V V Ft %j : i LlVTl‘ 5 S i Tacky Day November 26 , 1969 svi ia« Ida IIP III 111 In order to raise money, the Seniors had a very successful stew. Over 250 quarts were sold. Many thanks go to Mr. W. J. Wells! THE SENIORS present the 1969 CHRISTMAS BALL V ' mT 4| L i in 1 The New Establishment Seniors enjoy the scenery. Juniors enjoy the refresh- ments. The Senior Honor Dance When you’ve got “soul,” the sun shines all the time That’s punch?!? A short one! Eh, Bennett? Happiness is . . . 14 Dedication Dear Parents and Patrons, Since this is the first annual of the Enfield Academy, the Fife and Drum staff wanted to dedicate it to someone who had really contributed the most toward making the school the success it is today. The decision was very important, but impossible. The staff immediately realized that no one person or even a few people had created the Enfield Academy. Clear, yet still astounding memories came to our minds-memories of our parents and friends enthusiastically building, scrubbing, and painting; creating miracle after miracle for five long, hot summers to give us the school we are now proudly attending. For the endless self-sacrifice, we can never hope to repay you. But in our own way, we would like to show our deepest appreciation to you all. Therefore, the staff voted unanimously that this, our first yearbook, was to be dedicated to the parents and patrons, who are still continuing to build and improve our school, in hope that you will realize our greatest gratitude for your efforts and generosity. In deepest appreciation, The Fife and Drum staff 15 President Paul B. Barringer, President Officers: Seated, left to right: W. F. Clement, Secretary; Leo Bellamy, Vice-Chairman; Travis Uzzell, Chairman; E. M. Davis, Treasurer; Rom B. Parker, Vice-President. Standing, left to right: Leonard Bunting, David Stroud, W. L. Fleming, Kevin Viverette, M. B. Williams, Johnny Alfrod, L. W. Locke, John Branham, A. N. Dickens, and C. C. Turner, Jr. 16 Headmaster Maxville Burt Williams B.A . , M.A . , East Carolina University 17 Janet R. Collins B.S., M.A., East Carolina University Sixth Grade Ann W. Cox B.A., Meredith Second Grade Bonnie E. Cullom B.A., N. C. Wesleyan College English and French Gail H. Doerfler B.A., N. C. Wesleyan College Social Studies and English Garnet Grizzard B.S., Radford Colleg First Grade Wayne Helms B.S., Pembroke State Biology Danny Hudgins B.S., East Carolina Mary C. Lane University B.A., N. C. Wesleyan College Physical Education English and French Faculty Susan W. Mann B.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro Fifth Grade Lynne E. Walker B.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro Third Grade Myra H. West B.S., East Carolina University First Grade Mary H. Williams B.S., East Carolina University Commerce Not Shown: Carol D. Beach B.S., N. C. Wesleyan College Math Joyce R. Gregory B.S., Arkansas A M Fourth Grade Dean H. Hudgins B.S., East Carolina University Commerce Teacher ' s Day Mrs. Betty H. Bullock, Secretary Mrs. Rom Parker, Librarian The Patrons of Enfield Academy Left to Right: Mrs. C. W. Locke, Treasurer; Mrs. Rom B. Parker, President; Mrs. John Branham, Vice-President; and Mrs. Wade Dickens, Jr., Secretary. The Patrons of Enfield Academy is composed of both parents and friends of the Academy. Working throughout the year, these dedicated supporters give free ly of their time and service in order to augment the Academy. When school is not in session, they renovate the buildings, making new classrooms, painting, install- ing fixtures, and gathering needed supplies and teach- ing aids. The P.E.A. also helps to finance the Academy by holding bake sales, auctions, plays, and festivals. Last April, the patrons turned actors and produced The Womanless Wedding. This hilarious comedy was a big success. Two of the largest and most successful of their projects are the fall and spring festivals. This year the fall festival made nearly seven thousand dollars. Ninety percent of the profit is turned over to the Board of Trustees for the operation of the school. The remaining money is used for special P.E.A. projects. The patrons’ constant support and willingness to work whenever needed has made the Enfield Academy a successful and constantly growing school. 21 P.E.A. Projects Raise Money for the Academy The Womanless Wedding 22 Fall Festival Organizations 1 Billie Rose Hardison, Patsy Myrick, Madeline Lee, Leona Bellamy, and Cathy Hudson. Library Assistants 25 Student Council The Student Council is composed of two students from each homeroom. The officers are chosen by the entire student body at the beginning of the year. This year the Student Council brought about many re- warding changes in the school. Besides taking care of problems arising between students and the faculty, the Student Council wrote a student constitution and initiated a monitoring system, a tire drill system, and a clean-up campaign. Their latest project has been the opening of a student store to supply the students with pencils, paper, and composition books. David Winstead, Secretary; Wilma Whitehurst, Treasurer; Benny Hilliard, President; Matt Matt- hews, Vice-President. 26 Left to right, first row: David Purinai, Vicki Williams, Janet Davis, Becky Leonard, David Winstead, Benny Hilliard, Wilma Whitehurst, Matt Matthews, Cheryl Ezzell, Susan Stroud, Lou Ann Coleman. Jill Dickens, Mason Hawfield; Second row: Terry Sykes, Sue Wells, Steve Stroud. Bennett Steelman; Sponsor, Mrs. Beach, Dickie Hamill; Sponsor, Mrs. Williams; Buddy Bennett, Len Wilson, Ann Gregory, and Robin Phillips. Elections First row: left to right: Lisa Coleman, Karen Cain, Ellis Robinson, Billie R. Hardison. Second row: Jennifer Taylor Antoinette Suiter, Lil Newsome, Patsy Myrick, Adah Parker, Sue Wells, Leona Bellamy. Teachers ’ A ides Office Assistants Left to right: Karen Cain, Antoinette Suiter, Patricia Daughtridge. 28 Bus Drivers Left to right: first row: Ruth Chichester, Jean Tant, Charlotte Holloman, Jane Aycock. Second row: Mahlon Whitehead, David Dunn, Matt Matthews. 29 Left to right, first row: Vicki Williams, Nancy Staton, Nell Lee, Kathy Bunting, Susan Conger, Debbie Holmes, Glenda Pegram; Second row: Adah Parker, Sharon Craft, Lynda Smith, Betsy Pervis, Ruth Chichester, Sue Collins, Becky Leonard, Jane House, Lisa Coleman; Third row: Mitchell Bunn, David Winstead, Matt Matthews, Clyde Minges, Mike Carraway, Bennett Steelman, Buddy Bennett, Steve Stroud. Senior Beta Club Left to right: Vicki Williams, Secretary; Ruth Chichester, Treasurer; Adah Parker, President; Sharon Craft, Vice-President. “The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among the high school stu- dents of America, to reward good achieve- ment and to encourage and assist students to continue their education.” The Senior Beta Club has certainly lived up to its purpose in the year 1969-70. Not only did it sponsor the school newspaper, the Student Crier, but it also teamed-up with the Student Council in a clean-up campaign. The Beta members also made much progress in establishing Beta Clubs in nearby academies, and it began a Junior Beta Club at Enfield Academy to promote scholarship and leadership in junior high students. In April, the Club attended the Beta Convention in Raleigh. Left to right: Lou Ann Coleman, Secretary; Jill Dickens, Vice-President; Desiree Overby, President; and Susan Stroud, Treasurer. Junior Beta Club Left to right, first row: David Purinai, Mason Hawfield, Terry Sykes, Jan Barnes, Haze Hanff, Jill Dickens, Betty Jo Holloman, Mayre Graham, Cindy Elks, Kathy Twisdale, Ann Bunn; Second row: Robin Phillips, Johnny Wommack, Mary Craig, Jay Cutchin, Cheryl Ezzell, Genny Hale, Michelle Dickens, Carolyn Coleman, Desiree Overby, Matie Mann, Lou Ann Coleman; Third row: Thomas Neville, Billy Griffin, Steve Conger, Alma Ruth Fleming, Shelia Hines, Peggy Allsbrook, Wilma Whitehurst, Carolyn House, Becky Collins, Janey Gregory, Pam Tilley, and Susan Stroud. 31 Fife and Drum Staff Left to Right: Debbie Holmes, Karen Cain, Vicki Williams, Lisa Coleman, Leona Bellamy, Ellis Robinson, Billie Rose Hardison, Jean Tant, Charlotte Holloman, Ruth Chichester, Lil Newsome, Adah Parker, Sue Collins, Miss Cullom, Patsy Myrick, Faye Attkisson, Gayle Twisdale, Becky Leonard, Sue Wells, Jane House, Antoinette Suiter, Jennifer Taylor, Debbie Best, Sharon Craft, Bonnie Hudgins, Benny Hilliard, Len Wilson, Bill Beavans, Wayne Croom, David Dunn, Bennett Steelman. 32 Club Editors: Left to Right: D. Holmes, L. Bellamy, V. Grammar Grade Editors: F. Attkisson, S. Craft, C. Holloman, Williams, B. R. Hardison. L. Newsome, B. Leonard, G. Twisdale. High School Editors: D. Best, S. Collins, L. Coleman, R. Chichester, J. Tant. Faculty Editor: Bonnie Hudgins; Business Managers: J. Taylor, B. Hilliard, E. Robinson. Sports Editors: W. Croom, L. Wilson, S. Wells, and D. Dunn. 33 Adah Parker, Editor-in-Chief presents Bennett Steel- man his check for naming the annual. Student Crier Staff Left to right, first row: Billy Griffin, Faye Attkisson, Leona Bellamy, Jane Aycock, Vicki Williams, Haze Hanff, Jill Dickens; Second row: Adah Parker, Sharon Craft, Desiree Overby, Craig Hines, Gayle Twisdale, Alma Ruth Fleming, Nell Lee, Lisa Coleman, Susan Conger; Third row: Genny Hale, Sue Collins, Tommy Dixon, Jay Hunter, Bennett Steelman, Blake Acai, Susan Rogers, Becky Leonard, and Wilma Whitehurst. The Student Crier is sponsored and financed by the Senior Beta Club. The Beta members review applications for the various editors’ positions and vote on them. Each editor then selects his own staff. The Crier Staff is composed of sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Working in their spare time, these stu- dents put out an edition every two weeks. The Student Crier contains students’ editorials, creative writing, and reports on various social and sports events. The paper is printed with the help of Coastal Lumber Company, who donates the use of their offset printing machine. The paper is an immense success for the Beta Club and is a joy to the students. 34 Editors Left to right, first row: Lisa Coleman, Business Manager; Faye Attkisson, Feature; Sharon Craft, News; Susan Longer, Editor-in-Chief; Vicki Williams, Layout and Typing; Haze Hanff, News; Jill Dickens, Humor; Second row: Nell Lee, Sports; Tommy Dixon, Art; Becky Leonard, Class; Desiree Overby, News; Bennett Steelman, Features; Blake Acai, Humor; Craig Hines, Photographer; Alma Ruth Fleming, Sports; and Adah Parker, Art Editor. Parlez l ous Francais Left to right, First Row: R. Chichester, A. Parker, B. R. Hardison, S. Wells, L. Coleman, E. Robinson, J. Taylor, D. Best, W. Croom, L. Bellamy. Second Row: S. Craft, D. Shearin, J. House, J. Tant, P. Wommack, D. Armstrong, T. Winslow, C. Holloman, D. Winstead, S. Collins. Third Row: G. Pegram, S. Conger, K. Bunting, P. Twisdale, L. Smith, A. Dickens, G. Twisdale, B. Leonard, F. Attkisson, B. Hilliard, D. Dunn. Fourth Row: D. Hamill, E. Sorie, M. Whitehead, B. Bennett, S. Stroud, B. Steelman, J. Hunter, S. Graham, B. Beavans, C. Hines, L. Wilson. Fifth Row: V. Williams, M. Matthews, K. Hudson, D. Holmes, E. Kemp, N. Lee, N. Stanton, G. Bunn, and Brenda Gray. 36 Carolina Academy Con ference Champions Ellis Robinson Front Row, left to right; captains: Jean Tant, Ruth coach; Alma Ruth Fleming, Jo Ann Robertson, Marsh; Twisdale, Carolyn Smith, Wilma Whitehurst, Jan Coppage Girls ' f arsity 38 Sue Collins Basketball Chester, Ellis Robinson, and Sue Wells. Second Row: Mrs. Williams, Ruth Chichester Person, Sharon Craft, Cheryl Tant, Susan Rogers, Sue Collins, Gayle and Brenda Gray, manager. Alma Ruth Fleming Carolyn Smith SCORES Enfield Academy ... 39 Northeast 11 Enfield Academy ... 38 Albermarle 21 Enfield Academy ... 46 Roanoke Chowan ... 25 Enfield Academy ... 73 Northeast 27 Enfield Academy ... 56 Bertie 11 39 CAPTAINS Jean Tant, Ellis Robinson, Ruth Chichester, and Sue Wells. Boys J arsity Basketball First Row, left to right: Steve Graham, Manager; Matt Matthews, Captain; Mr. Hudgins, Coach. Second row, left to right. Greg Bunn. Bradford Rowe, Jay Hunter, Buddy Bennett, Bill Beavans, Mike Carraway, Skay House, Clyde Minges, Steve May, Dodson Tippette. and Lee Elks. 41 Scores Enfield Academy ... 48 Northeast 34 Enfield Academy ... 54 Albemarle 38 Enfield Academy ... 40 Roanoke Chowan ... 65 Enfield Academy ... 55 Northeast 52 Enfield Academy ... 52 Bertie 33 Left to Right: Karen Cain, Co-Chief; Susan Stroud, Peggy Scott, Suiter Whitehead, Mascot; Nancy Staton, Chief; Carolyn House, Pam Tilley, and Jill Dickens. ■ • ' ; m J Jin Varsity Cheerleaders First Row, left to right: Willie Dunn, Bud House, Gary Rowe, Thomas Neville, Mason Hawfield. Second Row: Aubrey McDaniel, Manager; Billy Griffin, Gary Brewer, Banky Minges, A1 Hines, Steve Warren, Steve Clay, and Steve Conger. Junior Varsity Left to Right: Cindy Elks, Ann Gregory, Cheryl Ezzell, Chief; Mary Craig, and Julie Twisdale. 46 47 Senior Class Officers President: Vicki Williams, Vice-President: Lisa Coleman, Secretary: Jennifer Taylor, Treasurer: Billie Rose Hardison. 48 The First Senior Class Class of 1970 49 Seniors Leona Merle Bellamy Enfield H.S. 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3; FHA 1; 4-H, 1; Office Assistant 3; Fife and Drum Staff: Club Editor, 4; Library Assistant 4; Student Crier Typing Editor, 4; Teachers Aide 4. Deborah Elaine Best Aurelia Springs H.S. 1,2,3; Class Vice-Pres. 3; FHA 1,2,3: Reporter 2; Girls’ Basketball Manager 3; Stu- dent Council 1 ; Teachers’ Aide 3; Fife and Drum First Grade Editor, 4; French Club 4; Substitute Bus Driver 4. Karen Lynn Cain Rocky Mount H.S. 1,2,3; Class Treasurer 1, Sec. 2,3; Pen-Pal Club 1 ; Fife and Drum Staff Class Editor 4; Cheerleader: Co-Captain 4; Of- fice Assistant 4; Teachers’ Aide 4. Annie Ruth Chichester Aurelian Springs H.S. 1 ,2,3; Basket- ball 1,2, 3, 4: Co-Captain 4; Beta Club 3,4: Treasurer 4; Bus Driver, 3; Class President 2, Treasurer 3; FHA 1,2,3; Marshal 3; Monogram Club 2,3; Annual Staff 3; Student Council 1,2; Fife and Drum Staff: Class Editor 4; French Club 4. Annie Ruth Chichester Class of ’ 70 Selby Wayne Croom David Barrett Dunn Elizabeth Rowland Coleman Patricia Ann Daughtridge Elizabeth Rowland Coleman John Graham H.S. 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Beta Club 2,3,4: Treasurer 3; Chorus 1,2,3: Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4; French Club 2,3,4; FTA 2,3; Girls’ State Representative 3; Home- coming Court 2; Class Reporter 2, Vice-President 3; Junior-Senior Prom Hostess 2; Fibrary Club 2; Marshal 3; Monogram Club 2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Student Council 2; War- rent onian Staff: Classes 3; Fife and Drum Staff: Senior Class Editor 4; Student Crier Staff Business Manag- er 4; Teachers’ Aide 4. Selby Wayne Croom Scotland Neck H.S. 1,2,3; Chess Club 1; FFA 3; Fife and Drum Staff: Sports Editor 4; French Club 4; Track 4. Patricia Ann Daughtridge West Edgecombe H.S. 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Library Sci- ence 1 ; Office Worker 3,4; Teach- ers’ Aide 3,4. David Barrett Dunn Weldon H.S. 1,2,3; Bus Driver 3,4; Football 1; Pep Club 3; Fife and Drum Staff: Sports Editor 4; Base- ball 4; French Club 4; Track 4. Seniors Billie Rose Hardison Enfield H.S. 1,2,3; Annual Staff, 3; Library Assistant 3,4; Senior Class Treasurer, 4; FHA 1; Fife and Drum Staff Club Editor, 4; Teach- ers’ Aide 4; French Club 4. Ronald Benton Hilliard John Graham High School 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1 ; Class Vice-President 2; Football 1,2,3: All-Conference 3, All-East 3, All- State 3; French Club 2,3,4; FTA 2,3; Golf 1,2, 3, 4; Class President 2, Vice-President 3; Library Club 2,3: Vice-President 2; Monogram Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council Representative 1,3: Presi- dent 4; Fife and Drum Staff: Busi- ness Manager 4; Track 4. Nellie Yvonne Hudgins Enfield H.S. 1,2,3; Annual Staff 2; FHA 1,2; Library Assistant 3; Teachers’ Aide 3; Fife and Drum Staff: Faculty Editor, 4. Patsy Sue Myrick Littleton H.S. 1,2,3; Vice-Pres. Bible Club 3; Cheerleader 3; Class Vice-President 3; Debating Club 3; FHA 1,2,3: Vice-Pres. 3; Junior- Senior Prom Waitress 2; Junior Var- sity Basketball 1 ; Monogram Club 3; Fife and Drum Staff Editor 4; Student Crier Staff 4; Teachers’ Aide 4; Library Assistant 4. Lil Louise Newsome Adah Reuben Parker Katherine Ellis Robinson Antoinette Culler Suiter Lil Louise Newsome Brookville H.S. 1 ; Northern Nash 2,3; FHA 2,3; Music Club 3; Sci- ence Club 1; Office Assistant 4; Teachers’ Aide 4. Adah Reuben Parker Enfield H.S. 1,2,3; Annual Staff: Club Editor 3; Beta Club 2,3,4: Treasurer 3, Pres. 4; Enfield H.S. Newspaper Staff Art Editor 2,3; French Club 3,4; Rotary Club Stu- dent of the Month 3; Fife and Drum Staff Editor-in-Chief 4; Stu- dent Crier Art Editor 4; Teachers’ Aide 4. Katherine Ellis Robinson Weldon H.S. 1,2,3; Annual Staff 2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3 ,4: Co-Captain 4; French Club 2,3,4; Health Ca- reers 1,2,3; Monogram Club 2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Science Club 2,3: Treas. 3; Softball 3,4; Fife and Drum Staff: Business Manager 4; DAR Good Citizen 4. Antoinette Culler Suiter Rocky Mount Senior High 1,2,3; Class President, 1 ; Representative, 2,3; House and Grounds Commit- tee, 1 ; Girls’ Basketball, 1 ; AFS Committee, 2,3; Rocky Mount Youth Council, 2,3,4; Good Sports Club, 3; Choir, 1,2,3; Office Assis- tant, 4; Teachers’ Aide, 4. Seniors Jennifer Kay Taylor John Graham H.S. 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Class Sec. 2,4; French Club 2,3,4; FTA 1,2,3; Homecoming Court 1 ,2; Class Pres. 2,3; Vice-Pres. 1 ; Monogram Club 2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Coun- cil 1 ; Fife and Drum Staff: Business Manager 4. Ella Sue Wells Enfield H.S. 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Co-Captain 4; Monogram Club 3; Fife and Drum Staff: Sports Ed. 4; Student Council 4. Vicki Louise Williams Enfield H.S. 1,2,3; Annual Staff Club Ed. 3; Beta Club 2,3,4; Sec. 4, Pres. 3; County Typing Contest 2; French Club 3,4; Fife and Drum Club Editor 4; Class Pres. 4; Stu- dent Crier Layout and Typing Ed. 4. Leonard Truman Wilson, Jr. John Graham H.S. 1.2,3; Football 1; French Club 2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4; Class Reporter 3, Treas. 2, Pres. 1; Monogram Club 3; Pep Club 1; Student Council 3,4, Treas. 3; Fife and Drum Staff: Sports 4. Not Shown Ann Lee Grant Rocky Mount H.S. 1 ,2,3; American Shield Service Committee 2,3; Booster Club Vice-Pres. 3; Cheer- leader 1 ,2; Class Vice-Pres. 1,3, Sec. 2; Treas. 2; Pres. 2; Junior-Senior Prom Decorations Committee 2; Princess Thunderbird 1; Student Organization 3. Deborah Sue Odom Rocky Mount H.S. 1,2,3; Choir 2; Edisonians 3; Class Treasurer 1,2,3, Sec. 1 , Vice-Pres. 3; Pep Club 1 . Seniors DAR Good Citizen Friendliest Ellis Robinson Senior Superlatives Adah Parker Ellis Robinson Jennifer Taylor Best All Around Most Likely To Succeed M os t Hu m orous Most Studious Wayne Croom Adah Parker Vicki Williams and Lisa Coleman Most 4thletic Sue Wells Benny Hilliard Best Dressed Leona Bellamy Benny Hilliard Most School Spirited Sue Wells Karen Cain Juniors Class Officers Sue Collins Secretary . Jean Tant Treasurer ; fV ; 1 ' i i ' z ■ % ' ' i ■‘‘i‘ r ’ v ' r » • 1 " V» " J i - : „ ■ - ■ C . j ' ' . 0 4 . .» i • € President . . . Vice-President 59 Charlotte Holloman Jane House Juniors David Dick Hamill Charlotte Glenda Holloman Deborah Ann Armstrong Faye Meriman Attkisson Jane Waring House Robert Dennis Johnson Martha Jane Aycock Mitchell Guy Bunn Rebecca Paige Leonard Leonard Clay Matthews Kathy Ann Bunting Nora Sue Collins Elmo Steven May Joy Lynne Morris Susan deCamp Conger Sharon Craft Margie Ann Newsome Glenda Sue Pegram Doris Elaine Daughtridge Brenda Anne Gray 60 Jo Anne Robertson Debbi Marie Shearin Linda Loi Smith Edward Earl Sorie Lois Jean Tant Eula Gayle Twisdale Pamela Elizabeth Twisdale Mahlon Alvin Whitehead Gertrude Whitehead Winslow Phyllis Gayle Wommack Class Of 71 The tree of knowledge? 61 Sophomores Class Officers President . . . Vice-President . Steve Stroud Secretary Carolyn Smith Treasurer . . .Nell Lee Clyde Minges Pamela Fern Armstrong William Ray Beavans Spier Lewis Bennett, III William Randolph Black, Jr. James Gregory Bunn Michael Bennette Carraway Sophomores Anna Katherine Cutchin Mollie Ann Dickens Margaret Ellen Gatsis Steve Anderson Graham Ellyn Haynes Gregory David Craig Hines Deborah Ann Holmes Oscar Julian House, III Catherine Dinsmore Hudson James Fletcher Hunter Dennis Earl Hux Eleanor Jane Kemp Steven Ray Stroud William Dodson Tippette William David Winstead Not Shown Alton Wesley Anderson Eleanor Malone Lee Clyde Coyte Minges Sandra Lou Moon Betsy Bowen Purvis Bradford Eugene Rowe Carolyn Jane Smith Nancy Helen Staton Bennett Loftin Steelman Class Of 72 A1 holds a group discussion. 64 IMP Freshmen President Lou Ann Coleman Vice-President Blake Acai Secretary Winky Leonard Treasurer A1 Hines Class Of ficers President Tommy Barnhill Vice-President Susan Stroud Secretary Carolyn House Treasurer Pam Tilley 65 Peggy Lynn Allsbrook Thomas Wayne Barnhill Janet Elaine Bone Denise Louise Broadbelt Martha Sue Capel Lou Ann Coleman Jan Carol Coppage Frances Diane Craft Freshmen David Lee Daughtridge, Jr. June Yvonne Daughtridge Janet Marie Davis Donna Jill Dickens Margaret Mucshell Dickens Mary Ann Dixon Tommy Neal Dixon Robert Putney Driver Eddie Lee Elks Alma Ruth Fleming Harriet Ellen Frisbee Geneva Quinn Hale 66 r J Hazel Wommack Hanff Rita Elizabeth Harris Terri Lynn Harrison Wanda Kay Hilton Anna Denise Holder Carolyn Crocker House Virginia Perry Hudson Anita Ann Hu Class Of 73 Gwendolyn Elizabeth Jones Irene Harris Kemp Helen Winifred Leonard Matie Christian Mann Diane Shaw May Celia Ruth Moone Wanda Kay Morris Janis Ereeman Myrick Michael Agustus Neville Desiree Renee Overby Marsha Hunt Person Sandra Elaine Pike 67 Freshmen Susan Lawson Rogers Linda Louise Shipley Leslie Felton Smith Susan Terese Stroud Cheryl Hope Tant Pamela Starr Tilley Deborah Leigh Topping Wheeler Tyler Whitehead Margaret Wilma Whitehurst Eighth Grade Debbie Ann Adkins Patricia Gayle Alston Sharon Renee Arrington Janet Elizabeth Barnes Eddie Douglas Batchelor Mary Darlene Bellamy Jane Blackwell Melba Gail Boone Terry Leigh Bozard Nellie Marie Bryant Carolyn Rose Coleman Addie Rebecca Collins Stephen Halsey Conger, Jr. Mary McKenzie Craig Mary Taylor Cutchin Patricia Kaye Driver Samuel Willis Dunn Cynthia Jane Elks Sherryl Clair Ezzell Judy Day Glasgow Anne Heartt Gregory Barbara Rousseau Gregory Janey McCalla Gregory Janet Renee Hines Class Of 74 Shelia Iris Hines Debra Ann House William Arthur House Frederica Alexander Josey 1 • John Richard Locke Eric Sam Manning Venessa Kay Marquette Franklin Alexander Minges Thomas Mayo Neville Robert David Phillips Harold Barton Rosely Lyman Charles Shipley Phillip Merritt Sorie Ricky Dale Sorie Terry Benton Sykes Ernestine Hope Tart Julie Fleming Twisdale Robert Barnes Twisdale Mark Steven Uzzell Steve Winfield Warren Janet Elizabeth White Kaye Elizabeth White Eleanor Denise Whitehead Gary Robert Whitehurst Pamela Louise Whitley Elizabeth Kelly Winfield John Harvey Wommack Susan Jane Wommack Aleph Bradley Woodard Jane Curtis Wyche Stanley William Wynne Class of 74 President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Anne Gregory Janey Gregory . Shelia Hines . Debra House President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . . . . Robin Phillips Mary Craig .Johnny Wommack . . . . Steve Warren 71 Seventh Grade David Lee Allsbrook, Jr. Paul Franklin Brown Clara Ann Bunn Steven Mitchell Clay Cathy Kay Dickens Carolyn Marie Dickens Mary Leone Dickens Mary Murelle Graham William Buxton Griffin, Jr. William Ira Harris Beverly Mason Hawfied Betty Jo Holloman Pattie Diane Howell Eric Kim Johnson Terry Eugene Judge Lemmuel Weyher Kornegeay Madeline Cutehin Lee Barbara Jean Light William Aubrey McDaniel Richard Dale Medlin Cecil Wynne Moone Denise Marie Nelson Steven Albert Newsome Jane McLean O’Briant Jayme Jaye Overby David Wayne Purinai Julie Ann Rives Cathy Lee Twisdale Sue Ellen Twisdale Amy Lou Wood ELEMENTAR Y GRADES 73 “Last year When I was little I could only count to three, And never could remember What the next number should be! But now that I’ve grown bigger 1 know more than I did then, For I have been in school a month— And I can count to ten!” — Ford “School days, school days. Dear old golden rule days” Days to work and play 74 Visual aids make learning enjoyable. We learn by doing. 75 Kenneth Lee Alford Sabre Perkins Anderson Leigh Ann Askew Gregory Ray Barnes George Burton Barnhill, Jr. Ann Hampton Barringer Constance Denise Boseman Cynthia Lynn Bowden John Marshal Burt Aaron Scott Clay Claudia Davis Coleman Boyce Spruill Cutchin Jeffery Neville Cuthrell Shelby Jean Dixon Shelia Lynn Garris Carla Camille Graham Steve Dwayne Gregory Karen Lil Henderson Lisa Jane Holder Laura Lee Horne First Grade James Franklin Horne Margaret Ann Joyner Teresa Lynn King Teri Lynn Leggett Jodie Lynn Link Tony Garland Mayo Robert Meade Morris Ruth Ann Moss John Spencer Rainey Robin Lou Reid Rhonda Murray Richardson Lola Lee Scott 76 Thomas Edison Sexton, Jr. May McLaughlin-Northrop Sherrod Mary Helen Sifford Sandra Lynn Smith George Haywood Stephenson Betty Ann Sykes Pamela Lynn Tharrington Virginia Lee Tharrington Lori Ann Vick Gwendolyn Ann Warren Brenda Jean White Betty Suiter Whitehead Tracie Annette Williamson Lisa Dean Wollett First Grade We’re storing up knowledge for future use. 77 Angela Ann Adkins Jonnie Proctor Alford III Karen Annette Anderson Victor Clay Barringer John William Branham IV Harold Thompson Braswell Elizabeth Whitaker Clement John Jay Cuthrell Earnest Allen Davis Lisa Jo Dickens Angela Irene Dunn Alton Randolph Hamill Second Grade Benjamin Michael Henderson Charles Exum Hunter, Jr. Lonnie Carlton Jordan Henry Clinton Keeter Garrett Douglas Leonard, Jr. David Timothy Locke Nathan Josh Melton, Jr. Eva Marie Moss Luanne Reid Moss Donna Kay Nelson Kathy Ann Neville Michael Scott Phillips Eugene Murray Simmons III Earle Herman Sykes Sandra Carole Vick Sara Jane Whitley Elizabeth Ada Williams Nathan Ernest Winslow Not Shown Mary Amanda Hamill 78 Ruth Ellen Bowden Tracy Leigh Branham Donna Lynn Bullock Sarah Denise Cooke Robert Alden Dunn John Edward Evans, III James Hunter Fleming, Jr. Edwin Heartt Gregory Martha Francis Hamill Laurie Gayle Hardison Karla Janene Holloman Audrey Lake House Third Grade Patricia Euphany Twisdale Ellis Craig Vaughan Janet Louise Whitehead V 1 H k 1 f . ■ Steven Rine Irby Milton Jackson Jones Gail Bernadette Lee Karen Lou Leonard Phyllis Elaine Locke Laura Jean Minges Ralph William Nelson Laurie Dean Phillips Valerie Anita Sexton Jeffrey Carl Short Susan Carole Simmons William Jeffrey Stroud Faris Collins Sykes Thomas Claude Tippett Tami Neville Turner 79 Fourth Grade Ronald James Adkins Gary Cobb Allsbrook Leonard Allen Aycock Terry Lynne Boseman Brian Keith Bozard Jennifer Kay Bradley Susan Pamela Bradley Cecelia Lee Browning Marvin Douglas Bullock Mary Ann Cox Jeff Eddie Dickens Margaret Kay Glover Merrian Lisa Harris James Louis Herbert, Jr. James William Hilton Jane Gillan Kornegeay Julia Whitley Marks Elizabeth Ann Massey Lisa Hope Morris Danelle Schuyler Moss Gerald Douglas Reid Elizabeth Garrett Ross Patricia Hilliard Sifford William Skinner George Males Stevenson, III William Jeffery Stroud Susan Gayle Tant Thomas Whitehurst Henry Howell Willey Patricia Ann Winslow Valerie Newberry Wood Fifth Grade Barbara Gail Adkins Pamela Lee Beck Esther Jean Branham Laura Gail Bunn Donald McRae Campbell, J George Anthony Cooke Kenneth McKenzie Craig Betty Lynn Green Janet Ruth Greene Quentin Gregory, 111 Bryan Keith Griffin Mark Randall Hoffman Julia Pearl Jordan Robert Henderson Ladd, 111 David Elam Lee William Kenneth Leonard Charlotte Beverly Locke Lisa Carroll Mayo Deborah Jane Nelson Carolyn Ann O’Briant Kevin Len Purinai James Albert Rowland Clyde Curtis Sifford, Jr. Sandra Faye Sparks Mary Jo Stallings Wade Spencer Viverette Donna Rose Warren Sixth Grade Bonnie Sue Babson Connie Lou Babson Maurice Gregory Barnhill Merrill Underwood Barringer Melynie Ann Brown Robert Cody Conger John Mason Cutchin Bobbi Sue Evans Mary Wynn Gregory Ann Spotswood Hawfield Henry Coy Herbert Linda Gail Herbert Norma Karen Hines Vernon David Holder, Jr. Harriet Louise Jones Dorothy Lynn Jordan Jennifer Marie Leonard Charles Stuart Locke Amy Marie Manning Pamela Kay Marriott Michael Lee Matthews Andrew Thomas Neville Brenda Kay Sorie David Stuart Stroud Susan Lynn Tippette Wallace Stanford Turner Eunice Pope Twisdale Julie Gay Whitehurst Regina Gail Williams Herbert Jack Winslow Congratulations, Seniors! HARRISON ' S DRUGS Enfield, N. C. OUR ADVERTISERS From Groceries to Gas, Batteries to Tires HULL ' S GULF STATION Enfield, N. C. 83 CITY MARKET Frozen Foods Fresh Meats — Groceries Littleton, N. C. Dial LU-6-2321 Compliments of PARKER VENDING kiddie kover Created By HAYVEE BRAND INC. Enfield Division Enfield, N.C. 27823 84 Compliments of ‘Your Happy Shopping Store’ West Nash Street Louisburg, N. C. 301 SERVICE STATION Auto Parts Complete Automotive Service 85 Compliments of HALIFAX MILLING and GIN COMPANY Highway 301 South Halifax, N. C. JU-3-2431 “Your Rexall Store — 24 Hour Prescription Service” HALL ' S DRUG STORE “Agents for Helena Rubinstein British Sterling” C. A. Elks C. C. Turner, Jr. — Owners Scotland Neck, N. C. 826-4601 86 ROANOKE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Weldon, North Carolina 27890 Branch Offices: 419 S. Peachtree Street Ahoskie, N. C. Windsor, N. C. 87 Compliments of BRANCH BANKING TRUST CO. 301 Washington Avenue Weldon, N. C. 536-3178 “For the Best Deal on Wheels” FOWLER-BARHAM FORD, INC. “We Service What We Sell” “Will” Fowler, owner C. Brantly Overby, mgr. Warrenton, N. C. 257-3372 88 Compliments Of Branch BANKING TRUST COMPANY NORTH CAROLINA ' S OLDEST BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Enfield, N. C. TWISDALE GRILL andGROCERY Main Street Halifax, N. C. 583—2921 89 J.T. AUTOMOTIVE INC . Littleton, N. C. New and Used Cars General Auto Repair 586-4371 “Cleanest Cut and the Closest Shave” PARK S BARBER SHOP Louisburg, N. C. Compliments Of R. L. DUNN SONS Farm Custom Work Halifax, N. C. 583-3271 90 Esso BOBBITTS ESSO SERVICENTER Walter Bobbitt Happy Motoring ! U.S. Highway 301 Phone: 445—3304 ENFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA 27823 eggeff Department Store Roanoke Rapids, N. C. DICKEN S SUPER MARKET Highway 301 South Halifax, N. C. 583-3061 “Fun for the Entire Family” SKY-VUE SKATELAND Highway 64 East Rocky Mount, N. 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C. 586—385 1 ELK ' S OIL THE COMPANY FABRIC SHOP (fsso) “One Stop Shopping for All Your Sewing Needs” Heating Oils Gasoline 1 102 South Elm Street Littleton, N. C. 586—5351 Weldon, N. C. 536—3215 Eddie Lee Elks 93 Day Ph. 442—8066 Night Sunday Ph. 446-4025 COASTAL TEXACO SERVICE STATION 24 Hour Wrecker Service 421 S. Church St. John James, Mgr. Rocky Mount, N. C. Hardware Sports Center L. M. HAITHCOCK STORE Independent Neighborhood Grocery Macon, N. C. HALIFAX PRUDEN ' S OFFICE LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT CO. Let us take care of your washday needs. Office Equipment, Machines Supplies 102 W Littleton Rd. 537-2565 1 009 Roanoke Avenue Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 537-6116 MOORES SUPER STORES INC. E. 10th Street P. O. Box 747 Roanoke Rapids, N. C. CLAYTON WILLIAMS SELF-SERVICE Wishes for the class of seventy: “all of the good things of life — and a life that is good to all things.” 561 at 1-95 Enfield, N. C. 94 LITTLETON SALES COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Littleton, N. 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Railroad ENFIELD BIG TREAT CLEANERS For the Best to Eat Enfield, N. C. Fur Woolen Storage Coin-Op Laundry Enfield, N. C. 442-4376 ETHRIDGE SERVICE Box 154 Gas and Oil — Groceries Fresh Meat — Ice Cream and Soft Drinks Battleboro, N. C. 27809 The Fife and Drum staff wishes to thank all of the advertisers for helping to make our first annual a success. 99 PATRONS Mr. R. L. Alston Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moone Mrs. Aphelia Aycock Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bellamy Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Myrick Mr. Wiley A. Bone Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neville Mr. and Mrs. John D. Bozard Mr. and Mrs. James Overby Mr. and Mrs. E. Guy Bunn Mr. and Mrs. Rom Parker Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Bunting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pegram Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Burt Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Purinai Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Clay Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rives Miss Marian Lansdell M. Conger Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Conger Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rose Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith Mrs. F. H. 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