Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC)
- Class of 1962
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0 D igitized by the Internet Archive in 2015 https: archive.org details archway19621962farm And all amid them stood the Tree of Life , High eminent, blooming ambrosial fruit Of varied shapes and sizes. Copied The eonfetty of $ehool life-i tyiff Here ' s to Farmville High— the noblest and the best! Reminisce with us about the many alumni who have made for themselves places of honor as they have gone their scattered ways into the various parts of the world ! The key to this compact brick building unlocks the door to the tools of good farming and industrial arts to be used successfully by the future farmers of America . Can you hear the band playing? Can you see the biology students dissecting cats? Can you hear the applause after the basketball game when Farmville is the winning team? All this and then some goes on in the dear ole gym. Tsble of Contents ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 7 CLASSES 13 ORGANIZATIONS 39 FEATURES 59 ATHLETICS 75 ADVERTISEMENTS 87 2 shapes $nd $ize$ of it$ $ctiyitie$ ' In the Befinn ' ini In the beginning is the seed. It is planted and carefully nurtured until it germinates tiny roots and begins to push its way up through the surrounding soil. And then— a twig, the first leaves, the tree grows taller and stronger. Finally, the tree bears fruit; the unusual shapes and sizes of every description enchant us. In the beginning is the child, faltering as he enters school the first day. Then he begins to 1 e a rn. . .quickly. His wisdom bears fruit and becomes sounder with each passing year. The fruits branch not only into the academic world, but also into the extracurricular world. The 1962 ARCHWAY will attempt to show the varied fruits of the individual trees of life. Continue through the pages and look for them. " Tis education forms the common mind; Just as the twig is bent the tree ' s inclined, Behold the Farmville High athletic field! Let your imagination run riot as the Farmville baseball or football team runs out on the field for the seniors to play their last game! Remember? Open House! A Thousand Guests! The Setting? Home Eco- nomics Cottage! Leading Characters? Miss Seago and Home Economics Students! 3 the colothl p0not$ni$ of unfot ett$ble 4 sehool d0y$- ' 0ll fhese $te youts in the A eh y of 1962 F tmi ille Hiih School f$tnii ille, Hotih C tolin 5 l)edie$tion Because of her love of teaching, her knowledge and understanding of young people, her unfailing kindness to everyone, enhanced by an undiminishing supply of humor, and her imparting of deep religious convictions to her students, we, the seniors of 1962, lovingly d e d i c a t e the ARCHWAY to MRS . EVELYN JOYNER, teacher, counselor, and friend. May she continue to enrich the lives of others, and may God ' s blessings be with her. Adminisit tion $ni hcQlitj The faculty teach. . .Macbeth, typing, history, algebra. . .but most of all they teach us about life. Lessons in congeniality, prompt- ness, self-control, and truthfulness, we learn from our faculty —either by listening or by experiencing the consequences of not listening. We realize that our teachers and principal are human— not me- chanical devices which know everything and continually feed out information, never listening to our ideas. While they are teaching us, they are learning much— especially about human nature . Mr, Bundy prepares to make his daily a n n o u n c e m e n t s as Carol Dunn, an office assistant, hands him more messages to announce . As Mrs . Worthington, school secretary, types a letter, Mr. Bundy smiles approvingly over her shoulder. Telephone calls, letters, announcements, conferences, teachers ' meetings, substitute teaching, trips, speaking engagements— all show that Mr. Bundy ' s ac- tivities extend over the gamut of life . Pupils find him an understanding, firm, and just counselor. Teachers learn that he can easily substitute for them when they are un- able to be at school. Parents may criticize him, but they cannot help admiring him for always trying to do what is right. Mr. Bundy is also an active partici- pant in many phases of church and community activities. Supetinfendenf Mf. 0. H. Conley htmi tlU Bo0td of Edue$tion Faculty MRS . EVELYN JOYNER A.B. Shorter College English Senior Sponsor MRS . MARGUERITE HART M.A. Oglethorpe University English, French Freshman Sponsor Sponsor, F.T.A. Co-Sponsor, Keyette Mrs. Rollins, Mrs. Wheless, and Mrs. Moore, math and science teachers, inspect the new laboratory and equipment. MR. LEWIS LAWRENCE A.B. East Carolina College Freshman Sponsor English Adviser, News ' N ' Views MRS. HOPE ROLLINS A.B. Meredith College Mathematics, Science Senior Sponsor Co -Sponsor, Squared Circle Mrs. Hart— We ' ve known long! Mrs. Toyner— We ' ve known longer! Mr. Lawrence is a valuable new addition to the faculty. We welcome him-. MRS . LURLINE WHELESS A.B. Meredith College Science Freshman Sponsor Sponsor, Science Club MRS . MARY MOORE A.B. W.C.U.N.C. Junior Sponsor Co-Sponsor, Squared Circle MRS. BEATRICE AYCOCK M.A. East Carolina College Business Education Junior Sponsor Co-Sponsor, F.B.L.A. I Mrs. Smith, Mr. Glasgow, and Mrs. Holmes, teachers in the music department, make plans for a concert. MRS. NORMA H. WARD B.S, East Carolina College Business Education Co-Sponsor, F.B.L.A. Co-Sponsor, Keyette Junior Sponsor MR-S . LEYMAN HOLMES University of Georgia Southwestern Theological Seminary Westminster Choir College Music MR . ROBERT BRUCE M.A. Catawba, East Carolina College Social Studies Freshman Sponsor Sponsor, S.G.A. Assistant Coach MRS . HAYWOOD SMITH A.B, Duke University Music Running off stencils for use in the school is one of the many services rendered by the Business Department, headed by Mrs. Aycock and Mrs. Ward. MR, W.A. GLASGOW B.S. East Carolina College Band MR. SAMUEL WORTHINGTON B.S. East Carolina College Social Studies Freshman Sponsor MRS. BEVERLY BATCHELOR A.B. W. C.U.N. C. Librarian Sponsor, Library Club MR. ELBERT MOYE A.B. Atlantic Christian College Physical Education Coach Miss Seago examines new bookcase which was made by Mr. Bass ' agriculture students. Coach Elbert Moye is not pictured . Mrs. Batchelor, librarian, shows new history books to Mr. Bruce and Mr. Worthington. MR. E.P. BASS B.S. North Carolina State College Agriculture Sponsor, F.F.A. MISS ELSIE SEAGO A.B. East Carolina College Home Economics Sponsor, F.H.A. Cl0$$e$ The bustling in the halls as we change classes. . .congregating at the water fountain. . .hurriedly exchanging greetings as we rush to our next classes . . . dropping a book. . .Was that test hard? ... I have some - thing to tell you ! —and then— cement -bound silence as the last students slip unobtrusively into their seats. The only sounds are the voices of teachers as they attempt to lay foundations for our futures. 13 Seniof Chss Offieets ALICE JEAN ALLEN Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; News ' N ' Views 2, 3,4, Feature Editor 2,3, Co -Editor 4; F.T.A. 2,3, Offi- cer 3; Science Club 1; Pitt County Typing Contest 2; District Typing Contest 2; Keyette Club 3,4, Officer 4; Woodmen of the World History Award 3; Marshal 1,2,3, Co-Chief 3; ARCHWAY Staff, Edi- tor; Superlative 4; Outstanding Senior 4. JERRY OWENS BAILEY Class President 1; Basketball 2; Glee Club 1,3,4, President 1, Athletic Association President 4; F.B.L.A. President 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Football 1,2,3; Bus Driver 4. SANDRA VIRGINIA BASS Band 1; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Glee Club 2; Junior- Senior Waitress 2; Dramatics Club 2; Basketball Manager 2; F.T.A. 3; News ' N ' Views 2; Nursing Club 1; Superlative 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Office Assistant 1,4; Student Council 4; Majorette 3,4. GEORGE HAROLD BATEMAN 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 ; Shop Assistant 4; Glee Club 1; Bus Driver 2,3. Seniots CLARENCE ACEY BEAMON Glee Club 1,2; F.B.L.A. 1; 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4. SANDRA KAY BELL F.H.A. 1,2, Reporter 2; Dramatics Club 2; News ' N ' Views 2; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Glee Club 1 , 2 , 4; Basket - ball 1,2,3; Miss Archway 4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Keyette Club 4. DORIS BERNICE BRYAN F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 1,3; Glee Club 1,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Office Assistant 3,4. KATHERINE MARIE CARRAWAY Glee Club 1,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.B.L.A. 3; 4-H Club 1,3. FRANCES SUE DUKE Science Club 1; Band 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Head 4; Dramatics Club 2; Head Waitress Junior -Senior Banquet 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 3; Spring Follies Candidate 3; Glee Club 3,4; Office Assistant 4; Superlative 4; Keyette Club 4. DORIS MARIE DUNN Glee Club 1;F.H.A. l,2;Student Council 3;F.B.L. A. 3,4. KATHERINE LYNETTE ELLIS Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Library Assistant 4. ANNE STATON EVERETTE Science Club 1; News ' N ' Views 2; Dramatics Club 2; Majorette 1,2,3,4, Head 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4, Reporter 3; Keyette Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Office Assistant 4. LANIE BRENDA CORBETT Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1; 4-H Club 1; J.V. Cheer- leader 1; Office Assistant 2; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4, Presi- dent 3; Basketball 2,3,4; Library Club 3,4; Library Assistant 3,4; Superlative 4. JAMES DANIEL DILDA Football 1,2, 3, 4;A11 -Conference 2, 3,4; Tri -Captain 4; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; J.V. 2; Office Assistant 3; Baseball 4; Homecoming King Candidate 4; Superlative 4; Bus Driver 4. MELDA FAYE DIXON Band 1; Squared Circle 1; Marshal 1; Library Club Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4, Reporter 4; Library Assistant 2,3,4; Keyette Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; News ' N ' Views 3,4. SARA WYNNE DONAT Squared Circle 1; J.V. Cheerleader l;Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2; Dramatics Club 2; Junior-Senior Waitress 2; Chairman Junior -Senior Banquet 3; National Science Foundation Institute 3; Student Council 3; Keyette Club 3,4, President 4; News ' N ' Views 2.3,4, Co-Editor 4; Superlative 4; Lab. Assistant 4. Seniots JAMES HENRY EVERETT, JR. Marshal 1 , 2; Homecoming King Candidate 2; Junior- Senior Waiter 2; Pitt County Typing Contest 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Class 2 , 4;Student Council Vice-President 3; Key Club 3, 4; Football 4. RUFUS BEASLEY EVERETTE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4 -H Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,3; Office Assistant 3; Bus Driver 3,4. ROBERT EDWARD FIELDS Science Club 1; Science Fair 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; F.B.L.A. 3,4. BETTY SUE FLAKE 4-H Club 1; J.V. Cheerleader, Head 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, President 3,4, Vice -President 2; Glee Club 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Junior -Senior Waitress. 2; Class Secretary 2,3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Office Assistant 3,4; Keyette Club 3,4, Secretary 4; F.B.L.A. 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4, Seniots BILLIE SUE FORBES Office Assistant l;Squared Circle 1;J.V. Cheerleader l;Basketball l,2,3,4;Glee Club 1,2,3,4; News ' N ' Views 2,4; Dramatics Club 2,3, Program Chairman 4; Girls ' State 3; Library Assistant 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4; Keyette Club 4. BETTY LOU GAY F.H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1 , 3 , 4; F .B . L . A . 3 , 4; Library Club 4. TIMOTHY BRYANT HARDEE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Bus Driver 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Glee Club 4. WILLIAM BENJAMIN HARRIS Safety Patrol 2,3; Library Club 3; Squared Circle 4. ELLEN DREW HEDGEPETH Glee CLub 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Parliamentarian 2, Treasurer 3: Office Assistant 3,4: F.B.L.A. 4. WALTER REX HODGES, JR. Science Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4, Officer 1,2,3, President 4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2; News ' N ' Views 2; Safety Patrol 2; Football 2,3,4, All Conference 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Officer 3; Basketball 3,4; Student Council 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4; Outstanding Senior 4. BOBBY GLENN HOLLOMAN 4-H Club 1;F.F.A. 1 2,3,4; Shop Assistant 4. LINDA KAY JEFFERSON Glee Club 1,4; Office Assistant 3; F.T.A. 3; F.B.L.A. 4. Seniots ELLEN LOU JONES 4-H Club 1,2; F.H.A, 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4; Glee Club 1,3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4. LINDA LEE JOYNER F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Vice -President 3,4;Glee Club 1,4. RALPH DANNY LANGS TON Glee Club 4; Basketball 3,4. BOBBY SHERWOOD LEWIS Glee Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. WILLIAM ANDREW MARTIN Glee Club 1,3,4; F.B.L.A. 4; Science Club 1. BENJAMIN TURNAGE MONK Dance Band 1,2; Band 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; News ' N ' Views 2; Football 2,3,4, Tri -Captain 4; Basket- ball 2, 3 , 4, Co -Captain 4; Student Council 3; Home - coming King Candidate 3; Science Club 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Superlative 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4. LILLIAN ANNETTE MOSLEY F.H.A. 2; Basketball 2,3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Girls ' State 3; F. T. A. 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Keyette Club 4. EDNA GRAY MOSELjEY Glee Club 1 , 3 , 4; F .B.L. A . 2,3,4; Typing Contest 2,3; Office Assistant 3,4. Seniots CARROLL MOZINGO F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,4; Bus Driver 4. CHARLES AARON MOZINGO, JR. Glee Club 1; Office Assistant 3; F.B.L.A. 1,2,3,4; Science Club 2; Manager of B a ske tb all Team 1; News ' N ' Views 2,3,4; ARCHWAY Staff 4. EDGAR OLIVER MURFHREY, JR. Band 1,2; Science Club 3; Office Assistant 3; Class Reporter 3; 7. B.L. A. 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4. JOHNNY MACK NICHOLS Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4; Football 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4. MARGE MAE NICHOLS Glee Club 1; Marshal 1; Typing Contest 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Secretary 2,3; Keyette Club 3,4, Program Chairman 4; Office Assistant 3,4; ARCHWAY Staff 4; F.B.L.A. 4. ROBERT CARROLL OAKLEY F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4; Glee Club 1,3,4; 4-H Club 3,4. JOHN ROBERT OWENS, JR. Class Vice-President 1; Glee Club 1; Class President 2,3,4; Junior -Senior Waiter 2; Chairman of Candy Sale 2; Boys ' State 3; General Manager Magazine Drive 3; Science Club 1,2,3; Key Club 3,4; Dele- gate to State Student Council Congress 3 , 4; F .B .L. A. 4; Outstanding Senior 4; Superlative 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4, Assistant Editor. CARROLL DEAN OGLESBY, JR. Homecoming King 1; Science Fair 2; News ' N ' Views 2; Science Club 1 , 2, 3; Football 2,3,4, Tri -Captain 4; Basketball 3; Key Club 2,3,4, President 4; Class Vice-President 3; ARCHWAY Staff 4; F.B.L.A. 4. HUBERT CHESTER OUTLAND, JR. Band 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 Science Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3,4 Boys ' State 3; Superlative 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4 Student Council 4. Seniots 4t ANITA ELIZABETH PICKETT Squared Circle 1; Junior -Senior Waitress 2; Band Majorette 2; Science Club 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Glee Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Office Assistant 4. DAVID CALVIN QUINN Glee Club 1; Baseball 1,4; Football 3,4; Science Club 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4; Athletic Association Officer 4. WILBUR GRAY REASON Science Club 1; J.V. Basketball 1; Glee Club 3,4; F.F.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4. WILLIAM RAY REASON Basketball 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Office Assistant 3, JOSEPH EARL ROSE Glee Club 3. JUDY INEZ ROUSE Transfer from Winterville 4. HELLEN MARIE RUSSELL Glee Club 1; F.T.A. 1,2,3; Office Assistant 3,4; ARCHWAY Staff 4; Keyette Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. Setihts SYLVIA MAE SMITH Glee Club 1,3,4; F.B.L.A. 2,3,4; Library Club 2,3,4. DENNIS RAY STRICKLAND F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 1. LINDA JANE TAYLOR Glee Club 1 3 , 4; F . T . A . 1,2;F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Secre- tary 4; Office Assistant 3,4. ROBERT AARON TUGWELL F.F.A. 2,3,4, Officer 4; Glee Club 4. FRANCIS FAYE YOUNG Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Historian 3; Office Assistant 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4. SAM RICHARD WAINWRIGHT, JR. Junior-Senior Waiter 2; Class Treasurer 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3 , 4; F .B .L . A. 2, 3,4; Vice -President of Athletic Association 4. RONNY LANGLEY WEBBER Science Club 1; Glee Club 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4. GLORIA DEAN WILLOUGHBY Band 1 , 2; Dramatics Club 2;GleeCIub 3,4;F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary -Treasurer 3; Science Club l;Junior- Senior Waitress 2; Homecoming Queen Candidate 2; Co-Captain for Magazine Drive 3; Office Assistant 4; Class Secretary 4; Superlative 4; Cheerleader 4; High School Reporter 4. ALMA SERENE WORTHINGTON Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, Reporter 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Library Assistant 4. Seniots SENIOR CLASS MASCOTS Wave Oglesby, Tammy Everett Seniots MELDA FAYE DIXON A good mixture of wit and wisdom is Melda. She keeps us giggling with her original wise " cracks . " Although small in sta- ture, the place she holds could be filled by no other. She has proved herself a true friend, and always gives those about her plenty of pleasure. If you want anything done, go to Melda, she always greets you with " I ' ll try, " and what she does is done well. Real common sense is one of her strong points, too . She is steady, persistent, conscientious, loyal, and friendly . We anticipate for her great success as a librarian. ALICE JEAN ALLEN Jean, " Une petite brunette " has a certain faculty which is prized more than gold, yea much gold, that of being able to think and reason. She is careful in making decisions, forming opinions, and sticking to what she believes to be right. Jean seldom answers unless she is called on; but when she begins, why, you think she is " wound up . " As co-editor of News ' N ' Views , Jean has been true to her promise to last year ' s sponsor in that she has been diligent in helping to maintain the award- winning status of our school paper. Hail our editor-in-chief! She is right there with the correct answer. Quiet, demure, studious, ambitious, but as the old adage goes, " Still water runs deep. " Someday Jean ' s friends expect to see her do remarkable things. We wonder whether it will be president of a large concern or the wife of the president. WALTER REX HODGES, JR. Rex is full of fun and often puts it before other things. His motto may be " Pleasure before business " ; however, he always takes part in the class affairs. In spite of his fun loving nature. Rex is a very important member of our class. In everything he is always there. On the gridiron Rex fought for every inch of ground and helped " put it over " more than one time this year. We admire his fighting spirit, which shows only a part of how much he is willing to do. As a drummer, he is great. An all-round fellow — from athletics to music, inclusive —that ' s Rex. His sportsmanship, good fellowship, and " Rex -ship " have won for him a place in the hearts of his classmates. Seniots SARA WYNNE DONAT Those big brown eyes and that winning smile weren ' tgiven " Sally " for nothing. It ' shard to know where to start in enumerating her good qualities. She ' s s i n c e r e , consci- entious, dependable , studious, and withal, full of fun. Versatile is the only word applicable to her ac- complishments. Three cheers for our basketball star! Sally ' s efforts as co-editor of the News ' N ' Views this year have been untiring. She has " burned the midnight oil " to help make it a success, and we see the fruits of her labors. Truly, her high ideals, strong Christian character, determination, and keen interest bespeak a noble success . JOHN ROBERT OWENS, JR. " Will the meeting please come to order? " Behold the president of the Student Government Association and the president of the senior class. Was there ever a president as good as John? Never! He has been president of his class for three successive years. When it comes to presiding, he ' s as good as " J.F.K. " himself. The position of responsibility, trust, and honor, which he has held, is sufficient to show his ability and real worth. Q u i e t, dignified, trustworthy, courteous, and pleasant to all, are words that may best describe John. No one will dispute the fact that he is one of the best known and most popular students in Farmville FRANCES SUE DUKE Pep, fun, a jolly good time — that ' s " F rankle. " She leads our cheers. Whenever there is a game, " Frankie " is right there yelling. She has the enthusiasm that we all desire and the ability to put her whole soul into every- thing she undertakes. " Frankie " is a professional gloom chaser. Her congeniality and amiable disposition make her welcome wherever she goes. Her good nature and lively disposition are like a daily tonic for those around. She takes from every minute sixty seconds of happy living. We know that with her liveliness and love for a good time " Frankie " will get much out of life . Chss Off ' icets KENNETH DILDA President BOBBY FISER Vice-President JULIA RUSSELL RIVES Secretary SONDRA WINDOM Treasurer The honor roll and principal ' s list are posted for the first marking period of the junior year. Why so few names? New subjects have been added: French, plane geometry, United States H i s t o ry on TV, bookkeeping, and physics. Then the students are busy with the maga- zine drive , hoping to realize sufficient funds for financing the Junior-Senior in the spring. 26 MARION ALLEN SANDRA ALLEN MARY AVERY IRENE BAKER LINDA BAKER LOUIS CAUSEY PHYLLIS CORBETT JIMMY CRAFT LEON CRUMPLER TED DAIL ROBERT BASS PERRY BEAMON CAROL BRADSHAW BETTY BRAXTON RACHEL CASE RACHEL HUDNELL WILMA JEFFERSON CAROL JENKINS JULIE JONES TOMMY JOYNER 27 WILBUR JOYNER CHARLES JUSTICE LARRY KING ANN LETCH WORTH VAN LEWIS LINDA LLOYD FRANCHION McLAWHORN HOWARD MANNING RAY MASSEY BRENDA MATTHEWS JOYCE O ' NEAL EVELYN OWENS GLADYS PEADEN DIANA POLLARD D.J. RASBERRY ifl iHk MITCHELL STEPPE NANCY THOMAS DAISY TYSON BRUCE VINCENT EMMA VINCENT 28 Last year ' s green freshmen have developed into wiser sophomores. These students are introduced to biology , in connection with which they collect for and enter projects in the Science Fair. DOUGLAS JOYNER President BETSY ALLEN ELIZABETH ALLEN JOHNNY ALLEN KAY ALLEN EVELYN ANDREWS SANDRA AVERY SAM BAGLEY FAYE BAKER JEAN BAKER LARRY BAKER JUDYE BASS BETTIE BELL FREDDIE BELL CAROL BLACKLEY GAY BLAND FRANK BRADHAM JOHNNY BRILEY ROBERT BROCK MARY PAULA BURNETTE FRANKLIN CARRAWAY MARY SUE CARROLL RAY CORBITT SHELBY DAVIS BENNETT DILDA JAMES DILDA W e% ELON EVERETTE MILLIE FITZGERALD ELAINE GARDNER GLORL GARDNER ROY HARDEE DAIL HARRIS GENEVA HARRIS KENNETH HEATH EVE HOBGOOD RICHARD HOLLOMAN 31 RUTH JEFFERSON PAT JONES ALMA JOYNER DOUGLAS JOYNER JUDITH JOYNER JOHN KING CHARLES LETCHWORTH BARBARA LEWIS JUDY LITTLE LYNETTE MANNING BILLY MARTIN C.E. MATTHEWS JIMMY MATTHEWS BONNIE MELTON ALBERT MOSLEY LINDA MOSLEY FA YE MOZINGO MARGARET MOZINGO MARGARET NELSON BENNIE NICHOLS KAY O ' NEAL ANNA OWENS LOU OWNES DONALD PARKER RONALD PARKER ERNIE PETTEWAY CHARLES PHILLIPS HAZEL PRICE PAUL RASBERRY DAVID RYON BOBBY SMITH SUE STYERS FRANK TAYLOR JAMES TAYLOR TOMMY THOMPSON 32 JOE WILLOUGHBY DORIS WINDHAM NANCY WINSTEAD JACK WRIGHT GENNIS TRIPP JOYCE WAINWRIGHT KENNETH WAINWRIGHT RUFUS WARD PAT WEBB LYDIA WEBBER JAMES WELLS BECKY WILLIAMS Students explore the mysteries of biology with a bioscope. 33 ' Et tu Brute? ' DONNIE BROWN President Fteshmen IVEY SMITH Vice -President Teenagers await with keen antici- pation their first year in high school . Even after they find out what it is like, they love being able to change class rooms and teachers every hour. In addition to making principal ' s list and the honor roll, some of the freshmen became cheer- leaders, band m e m b e r s . . . for the first time, the freshmen have a class on TV. CONNIE KILLEBREW Secretary RACHEL WAINWRIGHT Treasurer EDITH ALLEN JAMIE ALLEN PAUL ALLEN JOHN ASKEW LINWOOD ASKEW JANICE AVERY MAYNARD BAILEY JOHNNY BAKER BERT BALDREE HUBERT BALDREE EDNA BEASLEY FAYE BLALOCK RAYMOND BOONE JESSE BRAXTON DONNA BRITT I JO ALICE BROCK DONNIE BROWN DONNA BRYAN J. P. BURNETTE ANNE BURESS LINDA CARR STANLEY CARRAWAY PATSY COBB LINDA COOKE JEAN DANIELS DIANNE DAVENPORT WANDA DAVIS TOMMY DICKINSON BETTY RUTH DUNN JOHNNY EASON KATIE EASTWOOD CHARLENE EDWARDS EDWIN ELLIS JOHNNY ELLIS CHARLES EVANS 35 MAVIS EVANS BRENDA EVERETTE MARGIE FIELDS LAURIE FISER BUSTER GARDNER DONNA SUE GARRIS MARY AGNES GAY WILLIAM GAY VELMA HADDOCK JOHNNY HARDISON MARY NEWTON JUNIOR NICHOLS JEANETTE OR MONO CHARLES OWENS JEAN OWENS TOMMY OWENS WAYNE OWENS ANN PARKER JOHNNY PHILLIPS EARL POPE CAROLYN RILEY ROBERT ROUSE MARY SIMPSON BENNIE SMITH IVEY SMITH 36 NANCY SMITH NETTIE FAYE SUMLIN HARVEY THIGPEN FRANCES THORNE GERALD TUGWELL STEVE TUGWELL RENNIE TURNER DAN TYSON GAIL TYSON JAMES TYSON JANET WAINWRIGHT RACHEL WAINWRIGHT CATHY WALSTON DAVID WHITFIELD KENNETH WILKINS iiii iiiliii itf fc mm JESSE WINDOM RUTH ANN WOOTEN NORA LEE YOUNG Side -straddle hop! 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 These are our leaders in school. Their main responsibility is to lead us to the best of their abilities. Our responsibility is to follow them as well as we are able. Also we must offer criticisms, when needed, and make ourselves good followers. A person cannot lead without followers; a follower must have a leader. Mutually dependent, we perform the responsibilities of each organization, smoothing over the rough spots and developing a well-oiled mechanism. 39 Sfudenf An organization still in its inf ancy , the Student Association of Farmville High School is always striving to benefit all the students. By governing ourselves we endeavor to create better citizens for the better communities of tomorrow . JOHN OWENS President of the Student Association Student Council in s e s s i on. . .From left to right: Mr. Robert Bruce, Ann Letchworth, Nancy Thomas, Bobby Fiser, Rachel Case, Marion Allen, Bobby Bass, Kenneth Dilda, John Owens, Ernie Petteway, Sandra Bass, Chester Outland, Carol Blackley, Rex Hodges, Annette Mosley, James Taylor, Ruth Jefferson . KENNETH DILDA STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Vice-President MARION ALLEN ERNIE PETTEWAY Treasurer , Secretary Mr. Robert Bruce, founder and adviser of the Association in this school. The Student Association takes pride in seeing that the national and state flags fly over our school. The assemblies have also been taken as a responsibility of the S.G.A.Forthe first time, a school seal has been selected this year, and a school handbook has been published. Association 41 Staff members gathered ideas from other annuals to Photography Editor, Win Donat, and Art Editor, Charles Mozingo, search for quality examples by which to pattern their work. Staff use with their original ones to compile this yearbook. HELLEN RUSSELL Assistant Copy Editor EDNA GRAY MOSELEY Assistant Copy Editor CHESTER OUTLAND Publicity Manager ARCHWAY Advisers, Mrs. Joyner and Mrs. Rollins, smilingly study the yearbook layout plans. BEN MONK Business Manager RICKY MURPHREY Assistant Publicity Manager DAVID QUINN Assistant Business Manager DEAN OGLESBY Assistant Business Manager 43 Co-Editors, Jean Allen and Sally Donat, study one of their finished products. Staff members display different emotions as they criticize a recent issue of News ' N ' Views. 44 will have to pay close attention to instructions, " Win Donat warns Kay Allen, a staff member. " Type this copy, please, " Julie Jones instructs Melda Dixon. tecotds disappointment, excitement, Ken Clab DEAN OGLESBY President JERRY BAILEY Vice -President MELVIN GAY Secretary BEN MONK Treasurer KENNETH DILDA Chaplain MR. ALLEN BENFIELD Adviser Key Club members carry out one of the many service ects of their club . Key Clubbers pick up the tab after a supper meeting. The new Key Club members enjoy the twisting part of their initiation. Keyeffe Club Mrs. Batchelor, adviser; Melda Dixon, president; and other club officers grin happily as they think of all the achievements of their club. Bulletin board committee members gather in front of one of the many attractive bulletin boards in the library. Libfsty Club The lineup of books in the library is always attractive because of the diligent work of the library assistants. Library assistants gather in the elementary Science Club officers: Bobby Fiser, president; Bobby Bass, vice-president; Marion Allen, secretary; Su-Su Lab assistants, David Quinn and Sally Donat, look Dixon, treasurer; and Phyllis Corbett, reporter. The on as Mrs. Wheless demonstrates how to strike a match. officers try out the new fume hood in the lab. S(iii$ted Citele 53 F.F.A. officers prepare for the first meeting of tlie year. Jennis Tripp, C.E. Matthews, and Dennis Strickland Mr. E.P. Bass, Adviser, and Brenda Matthews, find shop work enjoyable, as well as useful. sweetheart, study the scrapbook. Sweethearts on parade. construction. Formal initiation service of new members of the Future Flomemakers. 58 Beauty is the tear of joy that springs from a girl ' s twinkling eyes as she hears that she has been chosen Miss Archway, homecoming candidate, or Homecoming Queen. It is the parade of marshals at graduation exercises, the senior superlative winners, the beautiful homecoming floats, the baby pictures of the seniors. Beauty is man— the perfect symmetry of man. Beauty is eternal. 59 Miss Afcfimsy KAY BELL of the Ametic n Reulufion Good Citizenship ANNETTE MOSLEY Boys ' 9nd 6hls ' $f$fe Boys ' and Girls ' representatives— John Owens , Chester Outland, Annette Mosley, and Billie Sue Forbes— are preparing to leave for a week of governmental work. KAY BELL and DANNY DILDA Seniors NANCY DRAKE and TOMMY JOYNER Juniors C$n(lid$tes NANCY WINSTEAD and JOHN KING Sophomores CHARLENE EDWARDS and STEVE LETCHWORTH Freshmen 69 70 Mmh h of 1961 Bobby Fiser Milly Fitzgerald Dail Harris Douglas Joyner Judith Joyner James Taylor Daisy Tyson Sondra Windom Nancy Winste ad Rebecca Young 71 72 Netiily Adopted School SesI On November 13, 1961, the student body of Farmville High School adopted the above as its official school seal. The words Farmville High School, North Carolina, form the outer circle. The inner circle consists of the Latin words " PALMAN QUI MERUIT TARAT " meaning " Victory to him that merits it. " A lower semi -circle of palms symbolizes victory. The lamp and book in the center of the seal signify the study and unceasing work necessary to achieve success. 73 Athletics The touchdown scored, the basket made, the homerun hit— these are only some of the glories of sports. Accompanying them are the cheerleaders and spectators urging their team to victory. The knowledge that the other members of the team and the coach are living every moment of the game along with the spectators is a real inspiration. Then there is the Victory! ... or the defeat. When one knows he has played fairly, the score does not matter so much. To rush onto the field or court after the final whistle . . . Good game , boys ! Forever —Motion . 75 These seven boys compose the starting line: center, Ernie Petteway; guards, Jimmy Everett, Rennie Turner; tackles, Ben Monk, Johnny Nichols; ends, David Quinn, Chester Outland. 76 Reserve backs: halfbacks, Tommy Joyner and John King; fullbacks, Tommy Thompson and Ivey Smith. Robin Rouse lowers his head into a Vanceboro player after a sizeable gain. 77 Chetle$det$ Te9m ' 62 Success comes only with hard practice and a will to play the game. 81 U9in ' 62 Not every umpire sees eye to eye with the Red Devils. Je0in ' 62 85 Assistant Coach Robert Bruce and Coach Elbert Moye. n Jerry Bailey, president; Su-Su Dixon, secretary; David Quinn, treasurer; Jimmy Dilda, reporter; Sam Wainwright , vice -president; Bobby Bass, reporter. 86 Ahetfisemenfs Along the streets of Farmville and surrounding communities stand the business firms represented in this section. The generous men cheerfully bought advertising space in our yearbook. As we hear their calls through their advertisements, we curiously visit their establish- ments to sample their wares, thereby expressing our gratitude for their support in helping to make this annual a reality. Congratulations [ From THE OFFICIALS AND OTHER CITIZENS of Farmville, North Carolina Help Make the Finest Town and Community in the Entire South Even Better By Making It Your Permanent Home When Your Education Is Completed MAYOR, O. G. SPELL Commissioners: Street Superintendent: Dr. S. H. Aycock, Jr. E. P. Freuler Tommy Lang Joseph D. Joyner Utilities Superintendent: Oliver Murphrey W. A. McAdams Sam Wainwright " Town Clerk and Treasurer: Chief of Police: Harold All red H. E. Epps 88 Compliments of G. W. JEFFERSON COMPANY General Merchandise Family Outfitters Fountain, North Carolina Sel I Your Tobacco With Gordon Lee and Carl Rowan -At- LEE ' S WAREHOUSE Formerly Greene County Warehouse South Main Street Farmville, North Carolina B. W. CHEVROLET CO., INC, CHEVROLETi Corvair Phone SK 3-3122 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of DR. JOHN M. MEWBORN Farmville, North Carolina TYSON JEWELERS Jewelry and Gifts Phone SK 3-3611 103 North Main Street Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of LANG ' S STORE General Merchandise Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of FARMVILLE TRADING CO., INC. Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of OLIVER MURPHREY ' S TRANSFER Dealer in Grain Phone SK 3-3151 Farmville, North Carolina 89 Compliments of FARMVILLE RETAIL LUMBER YARD Building SuppI ies Phone SK 3-3787 Farmville, North Carolina PEELE ' S SUPPLY STORE General Merchandise Fountain, North Carol ina Compliments of R.A. GARDNER CO. General Merchandise Fountain, North Carolina CompI iments of AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. Automobile Parts Supplies at Wholesale Phone SK 3-3859 114 West Wilson Street Farmville, North Carolina FARMVILLE BUS STATION Sandwiches - Smokes Ice Cream - Candy - Soft Drinks Magazines and School Supplies We Welcome You Phone SK 3-3430 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of RED ' S GRILL Joyner ' s Cross-roads Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of OUTLAND ' S BARBER SHOP Farmville. North Carolina L. M. SHELL STATION Oil, Gas, Groceries Phone SK 3-3000 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of F. C. TREVATHAN Joyner ' s Cross-roads Farmville, North Carol ina 90 Best Wishes to the Students and Faculty of Farmville High School A. C. MONK AND COMPANY, INC. Farmville, North Carolina 91 Congratulations Seniors From FARMVILLE BEAUTY SALON The Salon that Appreciates Your Friendship and Patronage Farmvilie, North Carolina CompI iments of DR. THOMAS H. PATTERSON Farmvilie, North Caromina 0 " Compliments of WESTERN AUTO Tires, Batteries, Radios, Home And Auto SuppI ies Bicycle and Sporting Goods Phone SK 3-3170 109 North Moin Street Farmvilie, North Carol ina Compliments of RED ' S RADIO T.V. REPAIR Farmvilie, North Carolina WILLIAMS ' JEWELRY STORE " A Gift For Every Occasion " Watch Repairing Jewelry - Engraving Farmvilie, North Carolina Compliments of LEWIS AND ROUSE Attorneys -at-Law Farmvilie, North Carol ina Newton ' s Red White Food Stores Food Stores Farmvilie, North Carol ina 92 Compliments of Poole ' s Inc. Distributors of the finest In Frozen and Canned Foods Paper Supplies Speciality Merchandise Dujanil Raleigh, N, C. Rocky Mount, N. C. South Hill, Virginia CompI iments of FARMVILLE F.C.X. Feed, Seed, Fertilizer Formville, North Carolina Compliments of E. E. ELLIS SODA SHOP Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of ROLLINS CLEANERS AND DYERS Farmvllle, North Carolina Compliments of N. THOMAS Farmvllle, North C arol ina CompI iments of K. CANNON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of RAY ' S RESTAURANT The Heart of Farmvil le Compliments of EDWIN C. NEWTON JefforsoiiSlandaiil Oft INSURANCE CO H»m« Offm. C eer.iboto, N. C Fountain, North Carolina BLOUNT-HARVEY Shop Our Girls Teen Shop on Third Floor and Boys Prep Shop on Main Floor Greenville, North Carolina 93 Congratulations Class of ' 62 Farmville Furniture Company " Furniture Fashion Center " Farmville Funeral Home 24 Hour Ambulance Service Farmville, North Carol ina Compliments of FARMVILLE STAFF of Home Security Insurance Co. H. G. Chesson Staff Manager H. B. Baker C. E. Everette N. L. (Bud) Eason Farmville North Carolina Compliments of BelTs Warehouse Good Sales Every Day Bell Bros. Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of BelkTylers " Farmville ' s Shopping Center " 94 refreshes CompI imenfs of PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Greenville, North Carolina Be Sociable Have A Pepsi 95 Compliments of Cheerleaders ' 61 - ' 62 Frankie Sue Duke - Head Marion Al len Phyliis Corbett Sue Flake Judith Joyner Brenda Moye Julia Rives Dean Willoughby Nancy Winstead Compliments of ATLAS SERVICE STATION Space Age Fuel Bob Fountain, Manager Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of ALLEN JONES Farmville, North Carolina JOYNER ' S MEN ' S WEAR W. E. Joyner W. C. Joyner Men ' s Clothing Haberdashery Formal wear sold and rented Farmville North Carolina Compliments of HATHAWAY ' S SERVICE STATION Farmvil le North Carolina Parker Oil Company Your Richfield Distributors Parker ' s at Marlboro Parker Grain Company Dealers in Grain Parker Grocery Company Fancy Heavy Groceries 96 Compliments of Red Devil Tri -Captains Danny Dilda Ben Monk Dean Oglesby Compliments of D. R. MORGAN ' S Formville, North Carolina CompI iments of FOUNTAIN BRANCH EDGECOMBE BANK TRUST COMPANY Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of JACKMcDAVID Registered Engineer Farmville, North Carol ina CompI iments of NASSIF CANNON 102 South Main Street Farmville, North Carolina " Use White Goose Flour and Stokely Canned Goods " Ormond Wholesale Company Wholesale Distributors Greenville, North Carolina 97 FOUNTAIN MOTOR COMPANY W. C. Redick Willie Killebrew Distributors Esso Products Bottled Gas Wholesale Retail Fountain, North Carolina CompI iments of DR. CHARLES E. FITZGERALD Fitzgerald Medical Center Farmville, North Carol ina CompI iments of BEAMAN ' S GRILL Farmville, North Carol Ina CompI iments of BIG BARGAIN SUPPLY Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of SECURITY SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. Farmville, North Carolina FARMVILLE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS » nvic » Phone SK 3-3192 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of JOHN HILL PAYLOR Attorne -at-Law Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of Morgan Oil and Refinin g Company Fertilizers - Coal - Fuel Oil - Cotton - So beans Phone SK 3-3183 Farmville, North Carolina 98 Mrs. Fred C. Moore FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions Wilson Street Phone SK 3-3056 Farmville, North Corol ina MELVIN ELLIS JEWELERS Expert Watch Repair Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of DR. PAULE. JONES Farmville, North Carolina NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. John D . Dixon , Agent Phone SK 3-3019 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of NORTH STATE GARMENT FACTORY T. E. ANDERSON Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of Cedric Davis Agent for Morris Gold Bond and Vertagreen Fertilizers Sales and Service 1 12 Wilson Street Farmvil le North Carol ina 99 Compliments of SMITH YELVERTON General Merchandise Feeds and Fertilizers Fountain, North Carolina ' Radio on the Go . . FARMVILLE FLOWER SHOP Flowers For All Occasions 119 South Main Street Phone SK 3-3671 Farmville, North Carolina .Serving the Farmville Community 1250 on the dial Compliments of T. T. DRIVE-IN Mechanic on Duty Welding Farmville, North Carol ina Compliments of FARMVILLE 5 and 10 You get a bargain everytime At the Farmville 5c;: 10 : Home Owned-Home Operated 100 The Rouse Printery Publishers of The Farmville Enterprise Quality Commercial Printing Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of BRILEY OIL COMPANY Farmville, North Carolina Nutrena Feeds Seeds - Farm Supplies Mules B.S. AND R.L. SMITH Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of J. W. JOYNER Pitt County Insurance Agency Farmville. North Carol ina Compliments of EASON MOTORS Your Chrysler Plymouth Vol iant Dealer Farmville, North Carolina Garner Furniture Co " Furniture at Lower Prices " Garner Gas " The Modern Fuel " Farmville, North Carolina 101 Prescriptions Sundries CompI iments of City Drug Co. Your Dependable Rexall Druggist Whitman Candies Drinks and Sandwiches Farmville, North Carol ina CompI iments of Farmers and Monk ' s Warehouses Farmville, North Carolina Tommy ' s Drive-In Sandwiches, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Barbeque, And " Short Orders. " Try our Thick Shakes, Lemonades, Coca-Cola. Pepsi-Cola, and Milk. We invite each of you to drive out to Marlboro and try our fine food . CompI iments of The Smith-Douglass Co., Inc Agent B. F. " Jack " Lewis Farmville, North Carol ina 102 Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporaHon Farmville, Norfh Carol ina THE BANK OF FARMVILLE A good place to do your banking CompI iments of DAVENPORT MOTOR SALES Farmville, North Carolina 103 CompI iments of FOUNTAIN MILLING COMPANY Fountain, North Carol ina CompI iments of PITT COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Local and Long Distance Hauling Cargo Fully Guaranteed Phone SK 3-3109 3-3100 Farmville, North Carolina 104 " Everything A Farmer Needs. . . " THE TURNAGE COMPANY Farmvilie, North Carol ina General Merchandise - Hardware - Building Supplies Dry Goods - Groceries Feeds Seeds TURNAGE IMPLEMENT CO. Farmvilie, North Carol Ina International Trucks and Implements Formal I Tractors TURNAGE MILLING CO. Farmvilie, North Carol ina Purina Chows - Custom Grind and Mix Feed Mi 1 1 Services " Trade in Friendly Farmvilie - It ' s Pleasant, and It Pays! " 105 Complimenl-s of DR. R. T. WILLIAMS Farmville, North Carolina CompI iments of SPEIGHT SERVICE CENTER AND AUTO PARTS Farmville, North Carol ina DUKE BUICK-PONTIAC CO., INC Buick - Pontiac - Opel - G.M.C. Phone SK 3-3137 Highway 264 By Pass Farmville, North Carol ina POlVTiAC Compliments of WOOTEN TfRE SERVICE WOOTEN OIL COMPANY AND THORNE-WOOTEN FURNITURE COMPANY Phone SK 3-3900 Phone SK 3-3046 Farmville, North Carol ina 106 Carolina-Virginia Enterprises, Inc Allied Oil Company Gasoline Allied Nitrogen Company Ammonia Kerosene Allied Gin Company Nitrogen Solution Fuel Oil Farmville, North Carolina Cotton Seed Charles S. Hotchkiss, General Manager CompI iments of DR. S. H. AYCOCK, JR. Eyes Examined Glasses and Contact Lenses Fitted Optometrist Farm VI I le North Carol ina BONNIE ' S CAFE Best Wishes to the Class of ' 62 " Meal a Minute " Farmville North Carol ina Compliments of ROSES 5 - 10 - 25 STORE Farmville, North Carolina STEINBECK ' S Smart Clothes For Men and Boys Come in to see us ! 427 Evans St. Greenville, North Carol ina CompI iments of Dr. E. Bruce Beasley Fountain North Carol ina 107 I I I 110 111 cA " product ol 112
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