Farmington High School - Echo Yearbook (Mocksville, NC)

 - Class of 1951

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" Q :- QW A 'YB Vkffiffiti -'17 1 A I 5 n r. ? K Y F l A k i 1 1 W , i O N v X1 C L, L X., k IBPIS fx gf! LJ X Mm new f w w 1 4 v i F i I 5 A , I l 5 vv , 'fu' hw, y, J , kwi- gl .ir t 'X N L t Ja 1 Xa Because of her endless patience, sincere friendship, pleasant smile, unfailing understanding, unselfish service to others and ready wit and humor, we, the senior class, humbly dedicate the 1951 annual to Miss Mattie Ruth Ayers. We 3- Dx fm' Oo S X L 1 Z I F x I I 5 I ! -2 THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 3' THE AUDITORIUM M -4 -rf 4. --o J Lu M lfHli'HU,lJ MHHM mnumu ,:N 5:1 QW A., ,ly 1 .J -75 , r r K A L, H A . If i ' k, 'V fl ,. gl, ,, 2 w . Qi 3 4 3 . i if Q 4 IL- Ll L.. : lf xx Q, A I is if X f mms. ELIEQEEYEHIILLIARD ' mm. Jggfgglgjjignaligzjzjrgqgz , A if UW 'S . ' ,W fbxwm f. G + W LJ, . 1139 W JA? , ,..f ,JM ML QL mm. TOLER HAYNES, PRINCIPAL 1 95. yt..- Lg! HR. B. G. O'BRIEN MRS. ESTHER HAWKINS AGRICULTURE EIGBTH GRADE if -I 4 1 P l 'WFS 'X if MRS QUEEN MISS VADA JOHNSON THIRD GRADE THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE Q T 512 . S' is . 4-L--0' wiv' MR. JAMES YORK SIXTH GRADE 'wx Q, 4911? MRS. NELL LAKETY MRS. FLORENCE MILLER SECOND GRADE SEVENTH GRADE I V w A if .ii QE s ' 5 E T: -- Z E t ,Z li 'VN, Qc., 75 'UI MISS MATTIE RUTH AYERS fir, MRS. LUCILLL BROJL FIRST 9 W GRADE ffl- R SM? "? X' wg ' f MISS ELFRETA MCBRAYER ss COMM RCIAL I r m y . f xf ,L . J O HOME ECONOMICS SCHOOL SONG You've all heard of the wonderful high schools In the counties all over the state, Youive listened to musical programs, Excelled in the art of debate. It's fun to be joyous and carefree, But loyalty is better for me. So let us all stay, and lurk for the day, When Farmington High tops the list. Here is to Farmington, Farmington High School, le'll ever be loyal to you. lefre proud of our clubs and our sponsors, le'll fight for our ball teams too. lhatever you do, we're right with you, It's Farmington right to the end. So when you all go, then you will all know, Her honor we will always defend. S 3 5 ff IA -.. : : A : T' in -4 I A : 5: E Q N ' X 5 X1 w X ' , P , w 1 Y ' x + X , w l X. ' ,L C Till KTWRUWQA mi! imf-H7553 NYG! WDW Y , fzjhf , 1-' WSW: Mascots ,re 'V' is LD Nsgf -Xu c .V V' " ' f N Y we 3 . 577111'f3.'.Xwk'X' I n 1 9 Ro he . Juno IC ie Randy' Muller CLASS HOTTO RWE ARE KNOCKING ON THE DOOR OF SUCCESS, AND DO NOT INTEND TO STOP UNTIL WE ENTER.n CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Blue and White Gardenia CLASS POEM DON'T QUIT When Things Go Wrong, as they sometimes will, lhen the road youfre trudging seems all up hill, When the funds are low and the debts are high, And you want to smile, but you have to sigh, When care is pressing you down a bit, Rest, if you must--but don't you quit. Life is queer with its twists and turns, Es everyone of us sometimes learns, And many a failure turns about When he might have won and he stuck it ou Don!t give up, though the pace seems slow-- You might succeed with another blow. ti Success is failure turned inside out-- The silver tint of the clouds of doubt-- And you never can tell how close you are, It may be near when it seems afarg So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit- It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit 0 CC 4 l 1 cg Sf ,f,L0,14g Z y,,..Q!J4L24 73i 51-f"! z0i 'K . nf. ,Z 'APB ou 1B!' v 133, is HL, 'F--,X 'ill -Ye-Q. f"' x""'Q"' 1 MN, .'.4 ELHA GRAY ALLEN F. F. A. CLUB l-2-3-L Baseball L Bat Boy 1-2 HLNCY CAI LLA BOOE Glee Club l Library Staff ZP3 Home Economical-Zfh B s Entrol 3 Cheer Leader 3 BEGGY JANE RIDDLE Beta Club 3 h hen Club 1-2k3-M Glee Club l spetllgnt steff 3 4 Basketball 1-2 Annual stef: M Library Staff 1-2-H HARRY KENNETH DRIVER mea Club 1-a- -L Basketball 3- F. F. A. Club 1-2-3 lfmeebell Lt JOHN HAROLD SEATS Fo Fo Au 1'2"3"'l-I. nmeebell 2-3-L Basketball 2-3-L Beta Club 3-L M-H Club 1-2-3-M Spotlight sterr 3-A l nual Staff A . DOROTHY CAROL HAUSER Annual Staff h E ta Club 3-L L-H Club l-2-3-L spetllght starr 3-A Basketball 2-3-L Chief Marshall 3 Library Staff l-2r3-H Bus Patrol 3 Home Economics 1-2-L Class Secretary 3 I L 4 T Q L, W ii if 5 rf 3 I 5, ,Q L ,T 5 E E L: E E E 5 . .. a S y.. ,.. I: ,- iz .E 'W' tx . 3 Y-7 it 1 X X Ox Q- ' I ' A I P A! ,Q f lfiix U Q nh fgr AV 'N Y ' ygx Q' f V 's 1,, ,,Nw x'vl 'I 4 vmk, P 1 W K RICHARD LEE CARTER F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 3. M F. F. A. Band 32h Baseball 3 L Basketball Manager LURAY MILLER Ebts Club 3 A Spotlight Staff 3 L Home EC. 1 2 B s Patrol A JANE AMANDA SEATS Beta Club 3-M Spotlight Staff 3 M has Club 1, 2, 3 L Cheer leader 1, 2, 3 M Annual Staff M lBT8h81l 3 BAYNE ELMO MILLER Class Pres. 1, 2, -H Club Pres. 31h Beta Club 3 M Easketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball l-2-h- Spotlight staff 3-L Editor-in-Chief of Echo L Marshall 3 GRADY LEWIS BECK I-H Club 1-2 Basketball 3-M Captain M Baseball 3-L Fa Fu Ao 1-2-3-U PATSY JEAN WOOD U'H 1-2-3-M Hume Economics li! Library staff 1-3-M Bus Patrol M Basketball 3-L 5 51 Z Q S in 5 +3 N, S'- "Qw gag ii X f 'wx WIS'- ,-. li , N5 '1h1' 95' 2 'IN G'-N V 'FED- ,ia,,,a- 'UW 4,5 5.- -aux h -.at ,.,, 11' X ox X, W X YQ I I In :lx 5 ? BUFORD SMITH Basketball 3-L Baseball 3- Fu Fo me 1'2' 3-H Bus Driver M Annual Staff M A-H Club 1-2-3-L NANCY BOGER u-H Club 1-2-3-A E-H Secretary 2-3- Beta Club Secret tary 4 Marshall 3 Spotlight Staff - Class Secretary Library Staff 1-2- 3-M FABIAN WHITE Beta Club -M u-H 1-2-3- ipotlight Staff 3- Basketball 2- -L Annual Staff Library Staff 1-2- 3-M Home Economics 3-M BONNIE CORNELISON Basketball l-2-3-L Co Captain E+-5 3-L+ LL F. Ho M. 1-2 EDITH BECK M-H 1-2 Basketball u Home Economics,l-2 3-M F. H. A. 2 o'BRIEN DIXON F. F. A, 1-2- -L Baseball 2-3- Commercial 3-M M: I 'NFJ2 FI 3 if E1 Ex 1 5- 32798 'S X. lm Wlmllifllfllhd T 15, iii" THE ANNUAL.STAFF X Q' X -PVS f.S . Q I 4 , X 4 I . S ' ' ,f L...,1f 1--K - ML K-',,f5.fA ,...""' A, ,,,, 1 i - Q -. '--, wx I THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS FMS., J, - Q s 1 W 5 ll I PHOPHECY By 1956, Edith Beck, will have been in two Metropolitan Operas. By 1952, Nancy Booe, will be married to Captain Bailey and liv- ing in Washington, D. C. By 1960, Nancy Boger, who has had many offers of marriage, still prefers being an old maid school teacher. As m way of disposing of her chewing gum, Bonnie Cornelison, will have discovered a new process for making rubber by 1955. By 1960, Dorothy Hlulnr, will be private secretary for the presi- dent of the United States, who will be Harold Seats. By 1965, Luray Miller will be chlef hair stylish in Times Square, New York. By 195k, Peggy Riddle, will be captain of the Hanes Hosiery Bas- ketball Team. By 1955, Jane Seats, will be happily married and keeping house in Farmington for her husband and two kids. In 196H, Fabian White, will be the leading lady in HThe Green Car- nationn playing opposite Tom Drake. In 1958, Patsy Wood, will be head nurse of the Pediatrics Ward at John Hopkins Hospital. By l95k, Grady Beck, will be a partner with L. S. Shelton in the Kaiser-Frazer business, By 1960, Richard Carter, will be living happily in Winston Salem with his third wife and six children. Immediately after their graduation from high school, O'Brien Dixon and Elmer Allen will go into their new business--street cleaning in Mocksville. In 1960, Bayne Miller, a prominent veterinarian in Texas, is still an eligible bachelor. In 1965, Buford Smith, and Harry Driver, the world's funniest team own their own radio station, so they can say what they please. -7 W '1T?E1iEg?7f' IPX 1 flyy 1 uGMalg2g 5 ,W WM We fl XY fff,QQ Q, SQf Q f' fe Alou? M aff p af ,, 47135 f45R scgiiki? fffliig my , ?,?i!f?Zi3Djr ,?:iJ5:g-sgfx, jjigisgw Qkdflff7,N4 C:ij:?EQEE? N K I i l i ,, ,L ,I 5 Y. - gg ,I ,Q r f, -.l fx ,il gg ' - 1 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT th Senior Class of 1951, approaching the end of our high We e school days, wish to make this, our last will and testament, while we are in our normal state of being. Tolthe Faculty, we bequeath our lasting friendship and many thanks for their patience with us. We bequeath to the class of l95Z'our friendliness and good will. will To the Sop make good use of them. homore Class, we leave our textbooks, hoping they f hard work. To the Freshmen Class, we bequeath four years o Harold Seats leaves his magnetic personality to Carroll Haynes. Bonnie Rose Cornelison leaves her ability to be quiet in study hall to Eula Mae Beck and Nannie Sue Ireland. Nancy Boger leaves her wise cracks to Edna Lee Naylor. Bayne Miller leaves his place as president of everything to Bonnie Speer. Fabian lhite leaves her good looks and cute ways to Mary Kathryn Bowles S ts leaves her ability to flirt to Edna Ann Shelton, hop Jane ea ing she will do as good a job with it as she has done Buford Smith leaves his ability to get along with the girls Thurman Howell Harry Brock Nancy Edith Grady Luray Pegg? Driver leaves his place as Teacher's Booe leaves her friendly dlspositlon Beck leaves her basnful ways to Edna Beck leaves his sunny disposition to Miller leaves her place as Teacher's Pest to Richard to Robert Seats Ann Shelton Carroll Haynes Pet to Lillian Allen Riddle leaves her witty remarks to Lucille Lakey Richard Carter leaves his jokes to Larry Williard O'Brien Dixon just leaves Elmer Allen leaves his quiet ways to Lyndol Haynes Dorothy Hauser leaves her dignified ways to Fred Rutledge Patsy Wood leaves her neatness and her boy frlends to Edlth King to 1 1 Q 5 A E A F 5' , fr JF 4 4- -f ,. HISTORY Twelve years ago, forty mischievous youngsters entered the first grade under the direction of Miss Pierson for the first half year, and Miss Alexander for the remainder of the year. As we progressed through primary and grammar grades, we lost several members of our class. When we entered the ninth grade, we had thirty five nbrightn stu- dents who were just starting over fool's hill, as one of our teacher's often told us. Miss Henderson, our home room teacher, helped us over our rough spots, which seemed impossible to us. We took an active part in all the clubs and activities, as we continued through high school. After the first year of high school, everything seemed easier to UB. We had quite a time keeping home room teachers for that year. We had three, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. O'Brien and finally Miss McBrayer. We had Miss Ayers as our eleventh grade sponsor, and we had to work hard to finance the Junior-Senior Banquet, which was held at the Vance Hotel, in Statesville. Under her direction, we also gave a Junior Class Play. Now, we are Seniors, with Miss Ayers again as our home room teacher. We find it hard to realize that we have about come to the end of our high school journey. The high lights of this year was the day we received our rings, the day we ordered our caps and gowns, invi- tations, diplomas, and gave our Senior play. Somewhere along the line, we lost thirteen of our members, so there are only eighteen in the graduating class. With sad faces and many fond memories, we say good-by to dear old F. H. S. We hope that the coming Seniors have as much fun and happiness in school as we have had. ls R992 - 5 'iliftfii 7'6'fk xl ,.tA I 'gap .Eigwy 1551.4 va' ' 1 J 1i5Ei ,- - 'lf' i X, I 1 i ,. 1? A1 I 1 1 HOST 5 C25 ' LIKELY TO SUC C 4' 19. "' 'M um MOST POPULAR di: as fig I' - A, u ,x 1 ' ,Q Iu- fgq- -y- .. ,H 1 M0ST.JK-T,,Ii1JiT,IC .41 11 U- -- MOST INTELLIGENT ' l Au gf U 5. 11 3 HOST LIKELYJPO MARRY 4 'I .-'Q WZ QL I I I , I . ' 7 3' - , ,Eh f , W' 1.1.1 - N I . , RK A1- 'Lg " ' ' Uni fg. f':4,- G 2 - ' sir" . 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A I A Jb f z , I-If r g f ' X P'F' '-'L , ' -' ' - -- , . ,- f- L. -' -ff-" , I 'J N - ' -fs x"TM I TEACHEIVS PEST AGRICULTURE BUILDING 1 V 3 if ji AND Yxg57 K A X 6 00 253422 ' 5-KH ' SENIOR PLAY On the night of February 23, l95l, the Seniors gave their play en- titled, nworrying Will1e.n We had twelve characters in this play, five boys and seven girls. It was a complete success. GRADUATION On the night of May 25, 1951 the dream of eighteen Seniors came true. Graduation had come at last. We listened to the speakerfs very interesting address. After the speech we received our long awadted diplomas. As we walked down the aisle we realized that we had at last reached the end of our high school days. JUNIOR-SENIOR.BANQUET One of the greatest events of the year for the Seniors was the banquet given by the Juniors. Everyone enjoyed the eve ing immensely. The girls were lovely in their evening dresses and the boys were very handsome in their dress suits. HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL On the 30th of October the annual Halloween Carnival was held. It was an evening of fun and gaiety for.all iho attented. The largest attraction was who crowning of the qpeens and kings. Those crowned were: Lucile Lakey and Bob Smith for the high schoolg Patsy Cline and Jim y Carter for the elementary gradesg Barbara Oakley and Billy Ellis for the primary grades. SNEAK DNY In the spring the Seniors had a Sneak Day. On this dmy they ex- changed their books for a glimpse of industrial Winston-Salem. They visited B. J. Reynolds Tobacco Factory, Journal and Sentinel, and P. H. Hanes Knitting Company. After this they topped it off ldth a picnic supper at Reynolds Park and a movie at the Carolina Theater. EKLENTINE.FESTIVAL 'llhe Juniors sponsored a Valentine Festival on February llq., 1951. T e purpose of this las to raise.money for the Junior-S nior Bmnqpet. 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