Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC)

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I- - r BASKET BALL FRIDAY JAN 31 -dRlFTON HERE 7PM Amid the cheers of the excited spectators, the team takes the field for the big game. Although the game will be won or lost on the field, the outcome to some extent has already been decided. It has been determined at practice, where boys are molded into men; individuals, into a team. This transformation is the result of the untiring efforts of one man— the coach. His is not an easy job; it requires dedication. He must love youth. Because he is such a man, the senior class dedicates the 1964 ARCHWAY to our coach and friend, MR. ELBERT MOYE. 77, 857 MINUTES. . . The school year 1963-1964 entailed 77, 850 minutes of ceaseless motion in which every Farmville High School student took part. The additional seven minutes represented the inestimable amount of time spent in extra- 5 Evidence of mental and physi- cal exertion was indicated by the motion which was con- tinuously taking place in the classrooms. " On the go " was an apt description of the students. Motion occurred in a multiplicity of forms, and each movement helped to give Farmville High School an identity all its own. Waiting for their monthly checks are bus drivers David Jones, Marvin Harris, Gerald Tugwell, Sam Bagley, Bennett Dilda, David Lee, Steve Tugwell, Frankie Carraway, Richard Holloman, Paul Rasberry, Ray Corbett, and Elon Everett. 8 MISS DAIL HARRIS was chosen by the senior class as the girl who embodies the ideals of Farmville High School. Poise, charm, beauty, personality, and character- all are synonymous with MISS ARCHWAY. 10 TABLE CD-F " COrsTTEHsTTS INTRODUCTION 1 ACHIEVEMENTS 13 ORGANIZATIONS 17 ACTIVITIES 31 ATHLETICS 43 FEATURES 57 STUDENTS 71 ADMINISTRATION ,. 99 ADVERTISEMENTS 107 11 JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY Thirty-Fifth President THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA May 29, 1917-November 22, 1963 12 Some students, having utilize d their time more productively than others, have merited recognition for their abilities and for their hard work. All should be inspired and chal- lenged by the accomplishments of these few. 13 At the end of each year, freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, who have attained a scholastic average of 92 or above, serve as marshals at the Commencement exercises. To be a marshal is both an honor to the person and a service to the school. ERNIE PETTEWAY Co-Chief Ann Joyner and Dixon Sauls consult advisors, Mrs. Joyner and Mrs.Batchelor, about their duties. CAROL BLACKLEY JUDITH JOYNER NANCY WINSTEAD JIM DILDA DORIS WINDHAM 14 15 MISS JUDITH JOYNER received the annual GOOD CITIZEN AWARD presented each year to a senior girl by the Benjamin May Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. BOYS ' ArsTO G-II LS ' STATE Each year fovir outstanding students, two girls and two boys, are chosen to attend Girls ' and Boys ' State during the summer preceeding their senior year. MISS DAIL HARRIS and MISS JUDITH JOYNER went to Girls ' State in Greensboro, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. The American Legion selected JACK WRIGHT and JIM DILDA to go to Boys ' State in Chapel Hill. 16 Studies were pushed into the background momentarily to allow a place for extra- curricular activities. Providing an outlet for knowledge, leadership, and individual talent, various organizations also served as channels for friendship, community service, and the promotion of high ideals. 17 TUB ST-CriDE3IsrT Four years ago the Student Association was a new and novel feature in the school. It has become one of the essential parts of the school organization. Working with the faculty and the administration, it serves as a student voice in how the school is run. Mr. Harvey Russ, Advisor, and Ernie Petteway, President, discuss future plans for the S, G. A, Vice-President Bert Hart confers with other officers, Secretary Nancy Winstead and Treasurer Charlie Tyer. SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: Jack Wright, Betsy Allen, Margaret Mozingo, Frank Bradham, Albert Mosley, and Doris Windham (not pictured). 18 JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: J. P. Burnette, Laurie Fiser, Cathy- Waist on, Linda Cooke, Jo Alice Brock, and David Jones (not pictured). 19 KEY CI-iXJB MEMBERS: R. Turner, R. Rouse, D. Sauls, A. Mosley, P. Allen, G. Tugwell, D, Joyner, J. Hardison, B, Grant, I. Smith, R, Wooten, C, Eason, C. Phillips, B, Dilda, E, Allen, (not pictured, J, Dilda, J, Taylor, E, Petteway) OFFICERS: JIM DILDA, President; MR. BENFIELD, Advisor; IVEY SMITH, Chaplain; EXDUGLAS JOYNER, Vice-President; PAUL ALLEN, Secretary; CHARLES PHILLIPS, Treasurer. 20 Miss Edwards was re-tapped as Keyette advisor at traditional tapping service. MEMBERSHIP: M, Mozingo, J. Joyner, E. Andrews, B. Allen, D. Harris, Mrs. Hart, N. Winstead, K. Allen, C. Blackley, M. Nelson, B. Williams, L. Carr, J. Bass, S. Styers, R. Wainright, E. Gardner, D. Britt, M. Fitzgeraid, F. Thorne, L. Fiser, E. Allen. (M. Simpson, M. Newton, Miss Edwards, not pictured, ) 21 MEMBERS: D.Smith, J.D.Baker, L.Tyson, B. Darden, J. Mewborn, B. Kilpatrick, M. McDavid, M. Lang, K. Strickland, D. Eason, M. Andrews, B. Lapp, L. Shreve, D. Whitehead, T. Murphrey, R. Burnette, E. Suggs, J. Moye, L. Holloman, L. Wells, H, Cooke, J. Harris, H. Petteway, L. Willoughby, M. Tyson, C, Sutton, Mr. Harris, B, Lovic. OFFICERS: JULIA MEWBORN, Treasurer; MARY L e s t e r Wells and Jackie Moye prepare an LANG, Secretary; DAVID EASON, Vice-President; experiment to show the other members. BELINDA KILPATRICK, President; and MR. HARRIS Advisor. 22 OFFICERS: MRS. WHELESS. Advisor; EDITH ALLEN, Vice-President; CAROL BLACKLEY, Secretary; CHARLIE TYER, President; CATHY WALSTON, Reporter; and LAURIE FISER, Treasurer. MEMBERS: C. Lewis, S. Oglesby, L. Modi in, C. Tyer, M. Price, A. Joyner, R. Williford, B. Ellis, C. Walston, N. Winstead, L. Fiser, J. Darden, M. Gay, Mrs. Wheless, B. Allen, C. Phillips, E. Andrews, R. Duke, C, Phillips, L. Carr, N. Smith, E. Beasley, D, Jones, J. Phillips, L. Dixon, A. Mosley, J. Joyner, C. Nolen, D. Ryon, A. Pierce, J. Bass, I. Smith, B. Jones, F. Blalock, E, Petteway, C. Teel, G, Letchworth, G. Mozingo, P. Allen, R. Tyer, R. Jefferson, B. Lovic, D, Harris, M. Mozingo, M. Fitzgerald, S. Letchworth, G, Allen, J, King, B. Hart, J. Hardison, R. Wooten, C. Eason, D. Sauls, P. Ormond, R. Rouse, J. Brock, E. Allen, D. Britt, J. Dilda. 23 ' . ' OFFICERS: MR. BASS, Advisor; GERALD TUGWELL, Secretary; JESSE WINDOM, Reporter; CLAUDIUS John Lewis, JohnKoonce, and Tony CORBETT, Treasurer; STEVE TUGWELL, President; Hardee were chosen to represent the JOHNNY BAKER, Chaplain; ELON EVERETTE, Vice- Farmville club in the county tool President; and SAM BAGLEY, Sentinel, identification contest. MEMBERS: H. Batemen, J.Owens, C. Brock, L. Avery, D. Baker, J. B ' aman, D. Lee, R. Boone, S. Smith, G. Bell, B. Dunn, S. Carraway, H. Thigpen, R. Hardee, J. Ma - -he va, M. Bailey, L. Peaden, D. Tyson, P. Walston, J. Baker, C. Davis, J. Koonce, S. Bagley, L. Gay, E. Walston, B. Corbett, B, O ' Neal, J. Moore, D. Jefferson, J. Lewis, B. Tyson, T. Hardee, D. Tyson, D. Goff, S. Smith, S. Tugwell, E, ' ' ope, G. Tugwell, R. Rose, F. Bell, S. Wainwright, L. Askew, B. Gardner, C. Corbett, Mr. Bass, J.M. Tyson, D. Brown. 24 OF The winning scrapbook is displayed by Janice Avery who directed the prepara- tion. MEMBERS: B. Dunn, L. Cooke, P. Fields, P. Baker, P. Vandiford, B. Little, D. Moore, B. Smith, J. Avery, P. Little, C. Briley, Miss Seago, B. Smith, L. Ormond, C. Strickland, P. Hinson, M. Cobb, M. Forrest, L. Taylor, L. Bundy, J. Chase, N. Britt, K. Heath, B. Brock, P. Britt, M. Nelson, N. Hobgood, B. Dunn. OFFICERS: LINDA COOKE, President; BETTY RUTH DUNN, Vice-President; DIANE MOORE, Secretary; PATSY BRITT, Treasurer; MISS SEAGO, Advisor. 25 MEMBERS: C. Satterthwaite, K. Hart, D. Waist on, N. Wilkinson, G. Petey Creekmur, Noel Darden, Irene Griffis, B. O ' Neal, C. Hardison, M. Newton, S. Wheless, R. Phillips, N. Phillips, and Glenda Griffis prepare for Darden, F. Thorne, K. Allen, their future as teachers. OFFICERS: MARY SIMPSON, Vice- President; GAIL LECKIE, Program Chair- man; FRANCES THORNE, President; MARY NEWTON, Secretary-treasurer; MRS. HART, Advisor. 26 FTLJTXJI E] BXTSIKTBSS X_.EADER,S OF OFFICERS: JO ALICE BROCK, Historian; CHARLENE BAILEY, Historian; JOE WILLOUGHBY, Treasurer; MRS. AYCOCK, Advisor; BENNETT DILDA, President; ELIZABETH ALLEN, Secretary; MRS. BROWN, Advisor; STEVE TUGWELL, Vice-President; and NOR A LEE YOUNG, Historian. Elizabeth Allen and Bennett Dilda make plans for Homecoming. MEMBERSHIP: E.Gardner, M. Evans, J. Jenkins, J. Daniels, K. O ' Neal, J. Little, E. Allen, J. Willoughby, B. Dilda, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Aycock, G. Wainwright, P. Larson, R. Parker, R. Tiirner, D. Parker, R. Corbett, K. Wainwright, T. Dickinson, C. Owens, E. Jones, D. Gay, T. Thompson, J. Briley, F. Carraway, F. Taylor, E. Evans, D. Joyner, B. Smith, J. Eason, J. Young, B. Moore, J. Taylor, G. Gardner, N. Young, J, Allen, R, Wainwright, G. Tyson, L. Lehmann, P. Vandenburg, M, Forrest, L. Webber, A. Joyner, D, Windham, J. Wright, S. Styers, M. Burnette, J. Nichols, D. Whitfield, L. Moseley, B. Jefferson, P. Cobb, S. Lamm, B. Melton, N. Hobgood, J, Baker, C, Riley, P. Newsome, B. Hobgood, P. Hobgood. 27 SCaXJAI ErD CH CLB - MATH CLXJB 28 MEMBERS: C. Hard is on, B. Lapp, N. Britt, P. Britt, B. Mosley,J. Hardison, A. Owens, N. Leckie, B. Allen, P. New so me, C. Blackley, P. Hobgood, M. Britt, L. Webber, E. Andrews, R. Jefferson. MEMBERS: J. Moye, L. Fiser, S. Tugwell, N. Sumlin, P. Bundy, M. Gay, P. Allen, J.D. Andrews, H. Cooke, C. Mayo, C. Tyer, J. Moore, V. Dixon, K. Heath. OFFICERS: JUDITH JOYNER, President; MARY NEWTON, Vice-President; MRS. BATCHELOR, Advisor; EDDIE ALLEN, Treasxarer; DONNA BRITT, Reporter; JANICE BLACKLEY, Secretary. BOOK FAIR-November 11-13 29 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Varied activities provided the opportunity for a large number of students to develop and to improve their talents. Whether their interests lay in the musical, business, scientific, or journalistic field, all were provided with avenues of expression. 31 Steve Letchworth, Charles Phillips, Charlie Tyer, Nancy Robin Rouse, Paul Allen, Ivey Smith, Cathy Walston, Winstead, Milly Fitzgerald, and Ernie Petteway assist Linda Cooke, and Edith Allen assist with biology lab with physics and chemistry labs. work. Nora Lee Young, Eva Hobgood, Elizabeth Allen, Linda Moseley, Bennett Dilda, Bennie Turner, Nettie Faye Sumlin, Betty Ruth Dunn, Junior Nichols, Mary Paula Burnette, Becky Williams, Joe Willoughby, Larry Baker, and Douglas Moore assist the typing students. 32 OFFICE ASSISTA- sTTS Frank Bradham, Kay O ' Neal, Alma Joyner, Charlene Bailey, Bobby Smith, Margaret Nelson, Bennie Nichols, Kay Allen and Becky Williams assist Mrs. Worthington in the many tasks involved in running the office. Elizabeth Allen, David Lee, Judy Little, Doris Windham, Lynette Manning, David Whitfield, Myrtle Forrest, Lou Owens, Paul Rasberry, and Barbara Lewis gain practical experience as they do their individual jobs. 33 ARCHWAY STAFF The members of the 1964 ARCHWAY staff present the results of their work to the faculty and students of the school. It is their sincere hope that the time and effort which went into it will help to promote pride in Farmville High School. CAROL BLACKLEY Editor-in-Chief LARRY BAKER, Copy Editor; MARGARET NELSON, ELIZABETH ALLEN, and BECKY WILLIAMS, Assistants; MRS. PHILLIPS, Advisor. FRANK BRADHAM Photography Editor MARGARET MOZINGO, Publicity Manager; JUDITH JOYNER and JOHNNY BRILEY, Assistants, JIM DILDA Assistant Editor CHv RLIE TYER, Business Manager; MARY PAULA BURNETTE, RUTH JEFFERSON, DAI L HARRIS, and SUE STYERS, Assistants. 35 MR. LAWRENCE, Advisor, and JOAN BAKER, Assistant Editor. 36 MEMBERS: S, Batten, M. Burnette, J. Chase, M. Forrest, E. Gardner, D. Harris, B, Lewis, M. Mozingo, S. Styers, J, Allen, J, Avery, D, Britt, J. Daniels, D. Davenport, M, Evans, M, Forrest, L, Fiser, J, Jenkins, D. Moore, J. Owens, C. Phillips, C. Riley, B. Smith, M. Simpson, J. Wainwright, R. Wainright, N, Young, J. Baker, D. Bell, M. Bradshaw, S. Bagley, L. Bundy, L. Cobb, N. Darden, L. Dixon, N. Hobgood, J. Hobgood, N. Harris, A. Joyner, E. Lewis, C. Lewis, S. Lamn, L. Lehmann, B. Melton, P. Newsome, L. Ormond, J. Owens, A, Oakley, A, Pierce, D. Price, R. Phillips, B. Smith, C. Satterwaite, C, Strickland, P. Vandenburg, S. Wheless, J. Allen, R. Allen, L. Allen, L. Allen, C. Briley, J. Baucom, P, Baker, B. Brock, P. Case, B. Corbett, J. Carraway, J, Dunn, V. Dixon, L. Davenport, B. Darden, P. Fields, A. Gardner, C. Hardison, M. Harris, K. Hart, M. Johnson, N. Leckie, M. Lang, B. Lapp, R. Mosley, L. Meeks, J. Moore, M. McDavid, B. Moseley, D. Nichols, B. O ' Neal, A. Owens, M. Peele, M. Speight, 1. Sermons, J. Taylor, L. Tyson, L. Tugwell, P. Vandiford, D. Walston, A. Wilkerson, Mrs, Holmes, and Mrs. Smith. RENNIE TURNER, P r e s i d e n t; LU DIXON, Secretary- Treasurer; MRS. SMITH, Pianist. 38 MRS. JOHN HOLMES Director BOYS ' GLEE CLUB: G. Mozingo, G. Allen, J. Darden, C. Teel, R. Liles, S. Turner, B. Dilda, B. Smith, R. Parker, J. Hardison, R.. Williford, J. Taylor, D. Parker, P. Ormond, D. Brown, J. Nichols, J. Willoughby, R. Mozingo, J. Ellis, W. Allen, L. Willoughby, J. Koonce, E. Suggs, B. Ellis, D. Whitehead, J. Moye, L. Peaden, L. Askew, J. Harris, L. Wells, L. Holloman, B. Jefferson, J, Taylor, H. Bateman, J.Owens, T. Hardee, B. Tyson, B. Dunn, C, Corbett, J, Moore, R. Burnette, J. Owens, D. Jefferson, S. Wainwright, R. Rose, D. Lee, Mrs, Smith, Mrs. Holmes. 39 BARBARA JONES Drum Majorette 40 Front row: I. Smith, N. Winstead, M. Fitzgerald, L. Modlin, M. Andrews, B. Kilpatrick, M. Allen, D. Speight, C. Walston. N. Wilkinson, M. Price; Second row: D. Freuler, C. Nolan, B. Flake, B. Gardner, R. Duke, D. Eason, J. Mewborn, A. Lloyd, E. Allen, B, Lovic, L. Deal, S. Chesson, D. Whitfield, S. Lang, N. Eason, L. Carr, H. Winstead, K. Allen; Third row: G. Johnson, J. Kite, J. Hillard, D. Thomas, K, Wainwright, E. Jones, E. Beasley, N. Mewborn, E. W-alston, B. Lovic, C. Owens, B. Moore, C. Phillips, R, Wooten, J. Eason, J, Allen, J. Daughtry, T. Murphrey, D. Nichols, J. Dilda, and Mr. Glasgow. MR. W.A. GLASGOW Band Director 41 -A. cJ O B T T E S Many of the students were in motion spending a large part of their time participating in one of three sports offered. Practice, persistence, and desire went into the building of their skill. The athletes took pride in holding high the reputation of their school, striving not only to win but also to exemplify good sportsmanship. Others— enthusiastic cheerleaders and ardent fans— spurred the teams to victory. 43 SI= R,irTG- 1963 Gerald Tugwell rounds third base, head- ing for home plate. Jack Wright, outfielder, warming up for his turn at bat. During the spring of 1963 the Farmville baseball team spent countless minutes in preparation for what resulted in a successful season. The Pitt C ounty Baseball Championship was captured by these Farmville boys largely because of their desire to win, their competitive spirit, their persistent nature, and their ability to function as a team. Their overall record was 12 victories and 2 losses. David Ryon and Ivey Smith, two of the team ' s returning lettermen. 44 T, Dickinson, C. Corbett, J. Hardison, R. Rouse, R. Turner, E. Evans, G. Tugwell, D. Sauls, J. Baker, J. Young, J. Wright, E. Allen. Eddie Evans, Tommy Dickinson, Jesse Young, and Rennie Turner watch intently as their teammates wind up another victory. 45 Senior Linemen: Ernie Petteway, David Ryon, Albert Mosley, and Tommy Thompson. FOOTBALL FALL 1963 Fullback Ivey Smith strikes a familiar pose as he prepares to launch another Red Devil scoring attack. Quarterback Dixon Sauls helped lead our Red Devils in their ' most successful season o f the school ' s history. J. Hardison, S. Letchworth, R. Rouse, E.Petteway, G. Mosley, D. Sauls, I. Smith, D. Ryon, J. King, T. Thompson, and C, Eason. 46 The 1963 Red Devils had the most successful year in the gridiron history of Farmville High School. Although two star linemen were injured during mid-season, the team continued its hard practice and gave a fine dis- play of athletic ability. With only one loss ocurring during regular season play, and that being a non con- ference game, the Red Devils were Coastal Conference champions. In a game against Belhaven, they came through with a 35-0 win. This qualified the team for the Regional 1-A play-off. With a strong Murfreesboro team as its opponent, the Farmville eleven held the lead for over three quarters of the game. In the final minutes of the fourth quarter, the Murfreesboro Red Devils carried the pigskin over for the winning touch- down. Back row: J. Ellis, R. Turner, T. Murphrey, G. Allen, R. Duke, D. Brown, J. Darden, J. Bryant. Second row: R. Mozingo, J. Burnette, E.Allen, J. Hardison, I. Smith, D. Sauls, E. Evans, A. Mosley, S. Chesson. Front row: S. Letchworth, J. King, R. Rouse, E. Petteway, G. Mosley, D. Ryon, T. Thompson, C. Eason. Farmville Farmville Farmville Farmville Farmville Farmville Farmville 33 Greene Central 0 27 Contentnea 0 0 North Duplin 7 20 Richlands 0 6 Ayden 0 14 Robersonville 6 21 Bath 7 Farmville 35 Vanceboro 0 Farmville 27 La Grange 0 Farmville 54 Elm City 0 Regional Semi-Finals Farmville 35 Belhaven 0 Regional Finals Farmville 1? Murfreesboro 20 47 Halfback John King is being tackled as he makes a first down. All-Star C oa ch of the Coastal Conference, Elbert Moye, and his assistant, Harvey Russ, observe as the Red Devils try for the Regional Championship. Smith Scores again as the Red Devils trounce Belhaven " Bulldogs. " 48 The following boys were named to the all-conference David Ryon, Johnny Hardison, and Robin Rouse, second team: Ernie Petteway and Ivey Smith, first team; team. These four athletes were selected for the All-County Basketball team: Johnny Briley, Becky Williams, Betsy Allen, and Kay Allen. The 1963 County Champions are bidding for another championship in ' 64, Several starting players from last season have returned for their final year. The bench retained some of its experience to help strengthen the line-up. This combination has proved successful for the lady devils. Under the leadership of Coach Harvey Russ, the team hopes to maintain its high standing in the county. Kay-g Allen scores again with her polished jump shot. Defensive p 1 a y e rs await their turn for action in the game. Manager Sue S ty e rs per- forms one of her sundry duties. Red Devils prepare to meet their opponents. Starting line-up: Mary P. Burnette, Becky Williams, Kay Allen, Lu Dixon, Betsy Allen, Milly Fitzgerald. Co- Captains, Becky Williams and Kay Allen greet the referees. 50 First row (left to right): B, Allen, M. Burnette, M. Fitzgerald, B. Williams, K. Allen, A. Pierce; Second row: L. Allen, I. Sermons, K. Hart, M. Lang, D. Walston, A. Joyner; Third row: M. Newton S. Oglesby, D. Bell, L. Fiser, M. Simpson, J. Brock, N. Mewbom, L. Dixon. 51 BOYS ' BASKETBALL The varsity is composed of several football players who had to adapt themselves quickly to the basket- ball court before regular season began. At midseason the boys were ranked second in the county. With hard work, the team hopes to keep this position and go higher in the tournament. Ryon " dunks " it? Petteway attemps a jump shot from center under heavy opposition. Smith takes an outside jump shot as Petteway (35), Mosley (12), and Briley (13) watch the ball. Robin Rouse and David Ryon get ready for game action. Starting lineup: Ivey Smith, Johnny Briley, Ernie Petteway, Johnny Hardison, and Grady Mosley. 52 Injuries mount up at mid- season. 53 54 Donna Britt, Nancy Winstead, Rachel Wainright, Kay Allen, Judith Joyner, Ann Pierce, Ann Joyner, Lynda Carr, and Judye Bass. 55 FOOTBALL TEAM: First row, B. Evans, R, Eason, D. Anderson, D. Oakley, H. Jefferson, L. Willoughby, N. Walston, B. Pierce, J. Furquay. Second row: Mr. Benfield, C. Joyner, D. Jefferson, G. Moore, C, Sutton, J. Lewis, J. Harris, J, Moye, B. Corbett. Third row: K.Strickland, H. Petteway, L.Wells, R. Vandiford, D. Griffis, S. Johnson, J. Cowan, T.Tucker, J.Moore, G. Bridgeforth. Fourth row: G.Thomas, H. Winstead, B. Hall, F. Lewis, R. Allen, M. Taylor, C, Lehann, B. Lovic. CHEERLEADERS: Ruth Allen, Head; Niki Outland; Lee Joyner; Mary Lang; Rebecca Mosley; Margaret Andrews; Linda Allen; Cherry Hardison; Kinney Hart. BASKETBALL TEAM: D. Whitehead, S. Lang, C. Sutton, L. Wells, J. D. Andrews, R. Mozingo, K. Strickland, Mr. Benfield, H. Petteway, J. Moye, L. Willoughby, A. Drake, P. Bundy, R. Duke, E. Evans B. Lovic. 56 The upholding of tradition, the necessary effort, the satisfaction of a job well done- all of these were involved in making some minutes more special than the rest. Whether it was the Homecoming festivities, the " best Junior-Senior ever, " or the aimouncement of the " Top Ten " seniors, the occasion was unforgettable to those concerned. This year ten outstanding students were selected by the faculty from the senior class— students who have made the greatest contributions to their classmates and to the school. Their accomplishments include their scholastic achievement, cooperation with faculty and students, and outstanding leadership during their fouryears atFarmville High School. EVELYN ANDREWS BETSY ALLEN 58 MOST VERSATILE Miss Dail Harris, Albert Mosley BEST LOOKING Miss Ruth Jefferson, Charles Phillips 63 MOST DEPENDABLE Miss Elaine Gardner, Bennett Dilda MOST POPULAR Miss Jiadye Bass, Paul Rasberry 65 KCER, MAJESTY - HIS R,OYAnL. HIG-HnSTESS - MISS JUDYE BASS CECIL EASON Miss Rebecca Mosley, Freshman Candidate Louis Willoughby, Freshman Candidate 67 THE DANCE OCTOBER, 4 - PI O E C O M I IsT C3- THE PARADE The marching band does its part to add to the big day. " Filled with excitement and biisy days " describes life at Farmville High School during Homecoming Campaigns— ranging from making posters, washing cars, holding bazaars, to running open-air food markets at football games. These varied activities taught the fundamentals of co-operation and teamwork. As a result of effort on the part of many, there was victory for everyone — beginning with a thrilling football game against Robersonville and ending with the crowning of the King and Queen. The words of the Queen summed up the entire event: " It was an experience I shall never forget. " THE GAME Last year ' s royalty make their appearance at half-time. THE PARADE. . . The Scienc e Club claimed first place with its float entry built around the theme, " The Twilight Zone. " 68 KEY CLUB SWEETHEART KEYETTE CLUB SWEETHEART Miss Judith Joyner Charlie Tyet 70 Late in August, freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors set a swift pace which was not slackened until the last of May. Even while meeting academic standards, they managed to find time for other activities. Although the present was uppermost in the minds of all, preparation for the future was the prime consideration. Each student, consciously or unconsciously, made progress. 71 CLASS OF 1964 LARRY TALMAGE BAKER JUDYE MORROW BASS 73 SHARON ROSE BATTEN WILLIAM FREDRICK BELL LYDIA CAROL BLACKLEY FRANKLIN LANIER JOHNNY JAY BRILEY BRADHAM MARY PAULA BURNETTE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GLORIA JEAN CHASE CARRAWAY, JR. 74 RAY CARROLL CORBETT SHELBY JEAN DAVIS ROBERT EARL GRANT ROY THOMAS HARDEE DAIL DIXON HARRIS GENEVA HARRIS SYLVIA EVE HOBGOOD RICHARD EARL HOLLOMAN RUTH CORBETT JEFFERSON ALMA RUTH JOYNER 76 77 MARGARET ANNE MOZINGO MARGARET ELIZABETH NELSON BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KAY FRANCES O ' NEAL LOU GAIL OWENS DONALD RAY PARKER NICHOLS, JR. RONALD KAY PARKER EARNEST NORWOOD PETTEWAY, JR. 78 CHARLES JONAS PHILUPS PAUL EDWARD RASBERRY DAVID OSMOND RYON NANCY SUE STYERS FRANK ALLAN TAYLOR JAMES EARL TAYLOR CHARLIE BROWN TYER JOYCE ANN WAINWRIGHT 79 RUFUS THOMAS WARD iisr We, the class of 1964, wish to pay this tribute of respect and love to the memory of one of our friends and classmates, LUVENIA BEAMAN, who passed away on March 2, 1963. " Vennie " was a quiet girl, but her ever-present, sweet smile expressed her love for her classmates and teachers. This love was returned by all who knew her. Her sincerity, affable manner, and willingness to serve have endeared her to her classmates. 81 SENIOR OIR,ECTOI Y BETSY ALLEN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, (All county 2, 3); Math Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Science Club 3, 4;Keyette Club 2, 3, President 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2. ELIZABETH ALLEN Glee Club 1,2; FBLA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; ARCHWAY Staff, Assistant Copy Editor; Office Assistant 4; Typing Assistant 4. KAY ALLEN Band 1,2,3,4, S e c r e t a ry-Treasurer 3; Math Club 1; Science Club 2, 3; FTA 4; Keyette Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Office Assistant 2; News ' N ' Views 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Secretary Athletic Association 3; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1. EVELYN ANDREWS Library Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Marshal 1, 2; FTA 1; Glee Club 2; Class Treasurer 4. SAM BAGLEY Glee Club 1, 2; Bus Driver 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN BAKER Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 4; County Typing Contest 3; Most Improved in Home Economics 2. LARRY BAKER Glee Club 1,2; Typing Assistant 3,4; FBLA 2,3,4; S.G.A. Representative 3, M o n i t o r 4; ARCHWAY Staff, Copy Editor; Most Improved Kiwanis Award 2; Office Practice 4; School Mimeographer 3, 4; District Science Fair 2, 3. JUDYE BASS Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary 1; Science Club 2, 3,4; Math Club 1; Nurses Club l;Secretary of Class 3; Junior-Senior Waitress 2; Marshal 2; Keyette Club 4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; District Science Fair 2, 3. SHARON BATTON FHA 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; FBLA 4. FREDDY BELL FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club CAROL BLACKLEY Marshal 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; FTA 1; Keyette Club 3,4, Program Chairman 4; S, G. A. 2,3, Secretary 3; Class Treasurer 2; News ' N ' Views Staff 2, 3, 4, Feature Editors, Co-Editor 4; Class M a g a z i n e sale general manager 3; ARCHWAY Staff, Editor-in-Chief 4. FRANK BRADHAM S.G.A. Representative 4, Monitor 3; Science Club 2, 3; Math Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3; Office A s s i s t a nt 4; ARCHWAY Staff, Photography Editor. JOHNNY BRILEY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Home- coming Candidate; ARCHWAY Staff. MARY PAULA BURNETTE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; Science Club 2, 3; FBLA 4; ARCHWAY Staff; Typing Assistant 4; Glee Club 1,2,4. FRANKLIN CARRAWAY FFA 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; FBLA 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Science Club 4. JEAN CHASE FHA 2, 3; FBLA 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4. RAY CORBETT Library Club 1; FFA 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; FBLA 2,3,4; Bus Driver 3, 4. SHELBY DAVIS Glee Club 1,2, 3. BENNETT DILDA Key Club 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 ; G 1 e e Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F B LA 2, 3, 4, President 4; Bus Driver 4. JIM DILDA 4-H Club, Vice-President 1, President 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball, Football; Varsity Football 3; Junior Class President; Boys ' State; DAR Award 3; Parents ' League Citizenship Award 3; Athletic Association reporter 2, 3; Science Club 1,2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3,4, Treasurers, President 4; ARCHWAY Staff, Assistant Editor. ELON EVERETTE FFA 1,2, 3,4, Vice-President 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Glee Club 1, 2. MILLY FITZGERALD Math Club 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1; Junior- Senior Waitress 2; Lab Assistant 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2. Head Majorette 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 3; ARCHWAY Staff, Band 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Keyette Club 4. MYRTLE FORREST FHA 1; Glee Club 3, 4; FBLA 2, 3; Office Assistant 3, 4. ELAINE GARDNER County Typing Contest 3, 4; News ' N ' Views Staff 2, 3,4, Feature Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; FBLA 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Keyette Club 4; Representative to New York (Columbia University Publications Conference) 3. BOBBY GRANT FFA 2; G. A. Representative 3, Monitor 3,4; Glee Club 3; Key Club 3, 4; FBLA 4. ROY FL RDEE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant 4. DAIL HARRIS Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; Secretary of Class 2; Keyette Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Junior-Senior Waitress 2; Marshal 1, 2; ARCHWAY Staff; S.G.A. Representative 3. EVE HOBGOOD Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Typing Assistant 4; County Typing Contest 2. RICHARD HOLLOMAN Glee Club 1, 2; FBLA 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Football 1; Baseball 1. RUTH JEFFERSON S.G.A. Representative 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Math Club 1 ; C 1 a s s O f f i c e r, Reporter; ARCHWAY Staff, Advertising Assistant; Library Assistant 4; J. Y, Monk Math Award l;Most Improvement Kiwanis Award 1. 82 ALMA JOYNER Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, County Parliamentarian 1; FBLA 4; Office Assistant 4. DOUGLAS JOYNER Glee Club 1,2; Math Club 1 ; Science Club 3; FBLA 4; Class President 2: Key Club 2, 3,4, Vice-President 4; President of Athletic Association 4; S.G.A. Monitor. JUDITH JOYNER Marshal 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Head Cheerleader 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President4; Science Club 3, 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4; ARCHWAY Staff, DAR Good Citizen4;Girls ' State 4; Homecoming candidate, runner- up 1. BARBARA LEWIS Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; FBLA 4; 4-H Club; Library Club 3; Office Assistant 4. JUDY LITTLE Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 3, 4; Office Assistant 4. LYNETTE MANNING Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 4. JIMMY MATTHEWS Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sweetheart 3. ALBERT MOSLEY ' Football 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 3, Most Valuable Player 3, All Conference 3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Science Club 3,4; Class Vice-President 3; Key Club 4; Athletic Association, Vice-President 3; S.G.A. Representative 4. UNDA MOSELEY Glee Club 1,2; Miss Spring F o 1 1 i e s 2; FBLA 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Typing Assistant 4. MARGARET MOZINGO Marshal 1, 2; Office Assistant 1; Math Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Magazine Sale Co-Captain 3; News ' N ' Views 3,4, Managing Editor 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; Athletic Association Officer 4; ARCHWAY Staff, Publicity Editor 4; S.G.A. Representative 4. MARGARET NELSON Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 1; ARCHWAY Staff 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; FBLA 4; Office Assistant 4; Keyette Club 1. BENNIE NICHOLS Glee Club 3, 4; Office Assistant 4. KAY O ' NEAL Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 2, 3; Office Assistant 4. LOU OWENS Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 3, 4; Office Assistant 4. DONALD PARKER Math Club 1; FBLA 2, 3,4; Glee Club 2, 3,4. RONALD PARKER Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 2,3,4; S.G.A. Monitor 4; Homecoming Candidate 3. ERNIE PETTEWAY Class President l;Math Club 1; Science Club 2, 3,4; Lab Assistant 3, 4; Library Club 2; Key Club 2, 3,4, Secretary 3, Lt. Governor 4; S.G.A, Treasurer 2; Vice-President 3; President 4; Marshal 1, 2, 3; Co-Chief Marshal 3; Basket- ball 3,4; Football 2, 3, 4. CHARLES PHILLIPS Class Treasurer 1; Homecoming Candidate 1; S.G.A. Representative 2; Junior-Senior Waiter 2, Head Waiter; Class President 4; Key Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Band Captain 4; ARCHWAY Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Science Club 4. PAUL FLASBERRY FBLA 2,4; FFA 1, 2; Football 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Athletic Association, Vice-President 4; Office Assistant 4; Bus Driver 4. DAVID RYON S.G.A. Representative 1, Monitor 1; Baseball 1,2,4; Football 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Waiter 2. SUE STYERS Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1; Math Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,4; Science Club 2, 3; J un i or-Senior Waitress 2; Basketball Manager 3,4; FBLA 4; Typing Assistant 4; Magazine High Salesman 3; Keyette Club 4; ARCHWAY Staff. FRANK TAYLOR Baseball 1,2; FBLA 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1. JAMES TAYLOR Glee Club 2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Vice-President of Class 2; S.G.A. Monitor 3,4, Representative 1,2,3; Marshal 1. CHARLIE TYER S.G.A. Treasurer 4, HeadMonitor 4; Transfer 3; ARCHWAY Staff; Science Club, President 4; Lab Assist- ant 4; Keyette Sweetheart 4. RUFUS WARD Glee Club 1, 2; FBLA 2. LYDIA WEBBER Glee Club 1; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4. JAMES WELLS Glee Club 1, 2; FBLA 4; FFA 1, 2; Operating Ice-Cream Room 4. BECKY WILLIAMS Science Club 4; FBLA 3,4; Typing Assistant 3,4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Keyette Club 4; Math Club 1; Office Assistant 4. DORIS WINDHAM Glee Club 1,2, 3;FBLA 4; Marshal 3; S.G.A. Represent- ative 4; Office Assistant 4. NANCY WINSTEAD Glee Club L; Band 2, 3,4, Officer 3; Junior Varsity Cheer- leader, Head; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Candidate 2, Runner-up; Math Club, Treasurer l;Science Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Secretary of Class 1; Lab Assistant 4; ARCHWAY Staff; S.G.A. Representative 1, 3, Secretary 4; Junior-Senior Waitress 2, Head Waitress; Marshal 1, 2, 3; Keyette Club 3, 4. JACK WRIGHT Vice-President of Class 4; Boys ' State 3; S.G.A. Repre- sentative 4; FBLA 4; Science Club 3; Math Club 1,2; Band 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4; S.G.A. Monitor 4. 83 CLASS OF 1965 Junior-Senior waiters and w a i t r e s s e s— Nancy Smith, Donna Britt, Edna Beasley, Laurie Fiser, and Lynda Carr, Head Waitress; Johnny Hardison, Bert Hart, Ivey Smith, Steve Letchworth, Johnny Phillips, Head Waiter, and Robin Rouse. 84 EDITH ALLEN JAMIE ALLEN PAUL ALLEN JANICE AVERY CHARLENE BAILEY MAYNARD BAILEY JOHNNY BAKER BERT BALDREE HUBERT BALDREE EDNA BEASLEY FA YE BLALOCK RAYMOND BOONE (Not pictured) DONNA BRITT JO ALICE BROCK DONNIE BROWN J. P. BURNETTE LYNDA CARR STANLEY CARRAWAY PATSY COBB UNDA COOKE JEAN DANIELS 85 DIANNE DAVENPORT TOMMY DICKINSON BETTY RUTH DUNN JOHNNY EASON EDWIN ELLIS JOHNNY ELLIS MAVIS EVANS LAURIE FISER MARGARET FORREST MARY AGNES GAY GLORIA GARDNER DONNA SUE GARRIS GLENDA GRIFFIS JOHNNY HARDISON MARVIN HARRIS BERT HART KENNETH HEATH JANICE JENKINS BARBARA JONES DAVID JONES JOHN KING 86 PAUL LARSON GAIL LECKIE STEVE LETCHWORTH JOE LUCAS BILLY MARTIN DLA.NE MOORE DOUGLAS MOORE MARY NEWTON JUNIOR NICHOLS PECK ORMOND CHARLES OWENS JEAN OWENS CINDY PHILLIPS JOHNNY PHILLIPS EARL POPE (Not pictured) CAROLYN RILEY ROBIN ROUSE DURWOOD SHREVE IVtARY SIMPSON BOBBY SMITH 87 BONNIE SMITH IVEY SMITH NANCY SMITH NETTIE FA YE SUMLIN LESTER TENNEY HARVEY THIGPEN TOMMY THOMPSON FRANCES THORNE GERALD TUGWELL STEVE TUGWELL RUEL TYER DAN TYSON GAIL TYSON J.M. TYSON JANET WAINWRIGHT KENNETH WAINWRIGHT RACHEL WAINRIGHT CATHY WALSTON DAVID WHITFIELD JOE WILLOUGHBY JESSE WINDOM RUTH ANN WOOTEN NORA LEE YOUNG 88 CLASS OF 1963 EDDIE ALLEN GEORGE ALLEN MARY ALLEN J.D. ANDREWS LINWOOD ASKEW SUE BAGLEY JOAN BAKER HENRY BATEMAN JAMES BEAMON DIANNE BELL JANICE BLACKLEY MARY LOIS BRADSHAW MARY SUE BRITT NANCY BRITT PATSY BRITT J.C. BRYANT LINDA BUNDY PAT BUNDY SHELTON CHESSON LINDA COBB MARY COBB CLAUDE CORBETT PETEY CREEKMUR 90 JIM DARDEN NOEL DARDEN CLARENCE DAVIS LU DIXON RUSTY DUKE CECIL EASON BOBBY ELLIS EDDIE EVANS BETSY FLAKE DEBORAH FREULER BEN GARDNER DAVID GAY CARLOS HARDISON MICHAEL HARDISON NANCY HARRIS BRENDA HOBGOOD JOAN HOBGOOD NANCY LOU HOBGOOD PATRICIA HOBGOOD BILL JEFFERSON EDDIE JONES ANN JOYNER NANCY JOYNER JOHN KOONCE 91 t ' i mm SYLVIA LAMM SCOTT LANG DAVID LEE LORRAINE LEHMANN GLENN LETCHWORTH CORDELIA LEWIS EVELYN LEWIS RUSTY LILES BILLY LOVIC CHARLES MAYO BRENDA MELTON NANCY MEWBORN LINDA MODLIN JOHN MOORE BOBBY MOORE ROGER MOORING GRADY MOSLEY GARLAND MOZINGO RALPH MOZINGO PHYLLIS NEWSOME DEWEY NICHOLS RANDY NICHOLS CLARK NOLEN SHERRYL OAKES 92 ANN OAKLEY SALLIE OGLESBY LINDA ORMOND JANET OWENS ANN PIERCE DOLLY PRICE MARY ETHEL PRICE IRENE PHILLIPS ROBERT ROSE CECILY SATTERTHWAITE DIXON SAULS BECKY SMITH SAMMY SMITH SKIPPY SMITH DIANE SPEIGHT CLEOPATRA STRICKLAND JAMES TAYLOR CARLTON TEEL RENNIE TURNER (Not pictured) PATRICIA VANDENBURG EDWIN WALSTON GARLAND WAINWRIGHT JOE WEBB NANCY WILKINSON ROBERT WILLIFORD 1 sp SUSAN WHELESS RAY WOOTEN JESSE YOUNG 93 CLASS CDF " iseT OFFICERS RUTH ALLEN Secretary LINDA ALLEN Treasurer HAYES PETTEWAY President CLAY SUTTON Vice-President Bobby Lovic and Tony Murphrey help Carl Tyer up the steps. 94 JACKIE ALLEN UNDA LEE ALLEN UNDA SUE ALLEN RUTH ALLEN WAYNE ALLEN MARGARET ANDREWS LEE AVERY DONNIE BAKER J.D. BAKER PATRICLA BAKER JOYCE BAUCOM GEORGE BELL CAROLYN BRILEY BRENDA BROCK CARL BROCK SHIRLEY BRYANT RICKY BURNETTE JUDY CARRAWAY PATSY CASEY JAMES GATES ANDREW COOKE HOWARD COOKE BARBARA JEAN CORBETT BOBBY CORBETT BETSY DARDEN JIMMY DAUGHTRY 95 LINDA DAVENPORT LUKIE DEAL VERONA DIXON AL DRAKE BRUCE DUNN JOYCE DUNN DAVID EASON PHYLLIS FIELDS ANNA GARDNER LARRY GAY DONNIE GOFF TONY HARDEE CHERRY HARDISON KINNEY HART MARGARET HARRIS JIMMY HARRIS KATIE HEATH PEGGY HINSON LARRY HOLLOMAN DON JEFFERSON MARIE JOHNSON CHARLES JOYNER WILLIS JOYNER ELAINE KESHNER BELINDA KILPATRICK MARY LANG BETSY LAPP 96 NANCY LECKIE UNDA LETCHWORTH JOHN LEWIS TYNDALL LEWIS BETTIE LITTLE PAULETTE LITTLE ANN LLOYD BOBBY LOVIC JERRY LUCAS MARTHA McDAVID TONY MURPHREY DOROTHY NICHOLS BILL O ' NEAL PATRICIA O ' NEAL ANGIE OWENS J.D. OWENS JERRY OWENS LARRY PEADEN MARY ANN PEELE HAYES PETTEWAY 97 ELLEN ROUSE ILA SERMONS LARRY SHREVE DAVID SMITH MARY ELLEN SPEIGHT I KENNETH STRICKLAND EDWARD SUGGS CLAY SUTTON JANICE TAYLOR DANNY THOMAS HAZEL TRIPP LINDA TUGWELL CARL TYER BILLY TYSON DENNIS TYSON MARTY TYSON LOU TYSON PEGGY VANDIFORD STEVE WAINWRIGHT DEBORAH WALSTON PHILLIP WALSTON LESTER WELLS DAVlD WHITEHEAD ANN WILKERSON LOUIS WILLOUGHBY ORMOND WINDHAM KATHRYN WOO TEN 98 The motion of the board members, the Principal, and the facility brought opportunity and knowledge to the students. In addition to their duties, the teachers spent countless minutes supervising extracurricular activities. These dedicated educators cannot be appreciated enough. Through them, the students gained the practical knowledge needed to plan the motion of their future years. Farmville school board members are Mr. R. V. Fiser, Chairman; Mrs. Carroll Ogles by; Mr. George Allen; Mr. E.N. Petteway; and Mr. Jack McDavid, Jr. S XJ E R I IsT T E rsT O E 3Sr T OE COTJIsTTY SCHOOLS MR. D.H. CONLEY 100 Senior classes come and senior classes go, but th e school stays and the process of education continues. This process, of course, goes on for seniors. Some will enter college, some will go to business school, some will attend nursing school, some will go in- to Uncle Sam ' s service and others will enter the school of hard knocks. All will continue their education, for living is education. We must learn day by day, month by month, and year by year, or we will be lost in the shuffle. I commend those seniors who have persevered to graduation and I challenge all of you to keep alert to the times— to educate your- self so that you can adjust to changing society. I urge you never to become weary of doing well. Best of Luck. Sam D. Bundy, Principal MR. SAMUEL DAVID BUNDY Duke University— A. B. East Carolina College— M. A, 101 M RS. EVELYN R. JOYNER English A.B. Shorter College University of Alabama University of North Carolina East Carolina College Sophomore Sponsor MRS. DOROTHY PHILLIPS English B.S. Bob Jones University Senior Sponsor Mrs. Hart and Mr. Lawrence agree that the Junior class magazine sale is a profitable undertaking. MRS. MARGUERITE M. HART English, French University of North Carolina University of Georgia Oglethorpe University East Carolina College Junior Sponsor F. T. A. Sponsor Keyette Co-Sponsor Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Joyner discuss the fine points of English grammar. MR. LEWIS S. LAWRENCE English, Journalism A.B., M.A. University of North Carolina East Carolina College Junior Sponsor News ' n Views Advisor 102 MRS. MARY R. MOORE Mathematics Double A.B. University of North Carolina at Greensboro Freshman Sponsor Squared Circle Co-Sponsor Mrs. Rollins looks on as Mrs. Moore helps Betsy Flake with a difficult algebra problem. MRS. HOPEW. ROLLINS Mathematics A.B. Meredith College University of North Carolina Wake Forest College Sophomore Sponsor Squared Circle Co-Sponsor MRS. LURLINE B. WHELESS Science A.B. Meredith College East Carolina College Duke University Senior Sponsor Science Club Sponsor MR. LINWOOD A. HARRIS Science B.S. East Carolina College Sophomore Sponsor Junior Science Club Sponsor Mr. Harris shows Mrs. Wheless how to thread the projector. 103 Senior Sponsor East Carolina College Mr. Worthington gives Mr. Russ his opinion S.G. A. Sponsor Junior Sponsor of a current events test. MRS. BEVERLY BATCHELOR Library A.B. Meredith College Wake Forest College Woman ' s College East Carolina College Library Club Sponsor MISS ELIZABETH EDWARDS Guidance Economics Geography A.B. Flora Macdonald College University of North Carolina East Carolina College Wake Forest College Freshman Sponsor Keyette Club Co-Sponsor Miss Edwards and Mrs. Batchelor examine the guidance material available to students. 104 BXJSirsTESS . . . Hons iE Econsrois iics Mrs, Brown and Mrs, Aycock insist on informative and attractive bulletin boards for the biasiness department. MR. EDISON PLATO BASS Agriculture B.S. North Carolina State Future Farmers of America Sponsor 105 MR. ELBERT E. MOYE Health, Physical Education A. B. Atlantic Christian College University of North Carolina Sophomore Sponsor Mr. Russ and Mr. Moye prepare for a basketball game. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Holmes, and Mr. Glasgow plan the joint band- glee club Christmas performance. MRS. MARYW. SMITH Music B.A., B.M. Duke University Southern Conservatory of Music Glee Club Pianist MRS. LEYMON B. HOLMES Music University of Georgia Southwestern Theological Seminary Westminster Choir College Glee Club Director MR. WILLIAM A. GLASGOW Band M. A. East Carolina College 106 Many minutes were spent soliciting the advertisements to finance the ARCHWAY, Had it not been for the generous, civic- minded businessmen of Farmville and the surrounding area, producing an annual would have been impossible. 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, Joseph D. Joyner Commissioners: Dr. S. H. Aycock, Jr. Tommy Lang Oliver Murphrey R. L. Smith Sam Wainwright Town Clerk and Treasurer: Harold All red Street Superintendent: E.P. Freuler Utilities Superintendent: W. A. Mc Adams Chief of Police: D. C. Martin 108 Best Wishes to the Students and Faculty of Formville High School A. C. MONK AND COMPANY, INC. Farmville, North Carolina 109 " Everything A Farmer Needs... 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Box 89 Farmvill Compliments of FARMVILLE BUS STATION Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of ALLEN JONES Farmville, North Carolina FARMVILLE IMPLEMENT CO. Your John Deere Dealers Frank Alex Allen Complim ' nts of WESTERN AUTO ' res , Bct tcries, ' ' od o%. Home ' r d Au o - " Bicyo e and S .;--:»ods Phone SK, -3i70 109 Ncrtr Mo;- SUe .t Pen tvvU ! e , i " 4c) ■ C ■j ' ' " ' ! 5 ' to Compliments of DR. THOMAS H. PATTERSON Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of ELLIS JEWELRY 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 125 Buick - Pontio ' Phone SK Highway 2 Farmville, Nc Compliments of DR. W. ALBERT SMITH, JR. Compliments of DR. S.H. AYCOCK, JR. Eyes Examined Glasses and Contact Lenses Fitted Optometrist Farmville, North Carolina FLORENCE - MAYO Known for 29 years of progress Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of OUTLAND ' S BARBER SHOP " Small enough to need you. Large enough to serve you " Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of SECURITY SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of WILKERSON BROTHERS FRUIT MARKET Wholesale Retail West Wilson Street Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of F. C. TREVATHAN Joyner ' s Cross-roads Farmville, North Carolina 126 TYSON JEWELERS Jewelry and Gifts Phone SK 3-3611 103 North Main Street Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of DR. R. T. WILLIAMS Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of R. A. GARDNER CO. General Merchandise Fountain, North Carolina PEELE ' S SUPPLY STORE General Merchandise Fountain, North Carolina Complimp»nts of WESTERN AUTO Tires, Batteries, Radios, Home And Auto Supplies Bicycle and Sporting Goods Phone SK 3-3170 109 North Main Street Farmville, North Carolina FARMVILLE FLOWER SHOP Flowers For All Occasions 1 19 South Main Street Phone SK 3-3671 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of SMITH YELVERTON General Merchandise Feeds and Fertilizers Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of J. W. JOYNER Pitt County Insurance Agency Farmville, North Carolina 127 FOUNTAIN MOTOR COMPANY W. C. Redick Willie Klllebrew Distributors Esso Products Bottled Gas Who! esale Retail Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of G. W. JEFFERSON COMPANY General Merchandise Family Outfitters Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of DR. PAULE. JONES Farmville, North Carolina Congratulations Seniors From FARMVILLE BEAUTY SALON The Salon that Appreciates Your Friendship and Patronage Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of NORMAN A. GARDNER Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of BRILEY OIL COMPANY Farmville, North Caroli na Compliments of DR. JOHN M. MEWBORN Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of McDAVID ASSOCIATES Consulting Engineers Farmville, North Carolina 128 Uf LAI.! ' ved Sanltone Service t;- ' e SK 3 3m Farm. ■ ' , " Compliments of J.H. HARRIS SON Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of FARMVILLE 5 and 10 You get a bargain everytime At the Farmville 5 : Dime Home Owned-Home Operated MRS. FRED C. MOORE Florist Flowers for All Occasions Wilson Street Phone SK 3-3056 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of NORTH STATE GARMENT FACTORY T. E. Anderson Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of NASSIF CANNON 102 South Main Street Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of LEWIS AND ROUSE Attorneys -at-Law Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of LEE ' S WAREHOUSE Farmville, North Carolina 129 Compliments of FARMV I LLE TRADING CO., INC. Farmville, North Carolina Shoes for the ENTIRE FAMILY LARRY ' S SHOE STORE Greenville, North Carolina BLOUNT - HARVEY Shop Our Girls Teen Shop on Third Floor and Boys Prep Shop on Main Floor Greenville, North Carolina GARNER GAS " The Modern Fuel " Farmville, North Carolina Coniplsmenrs of Foun oin, North Carolina NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. Joe Griffon, Agent Phone SK 3-3019 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of CENTRE HARDWARE 108 West Wilson Street Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of S H CLEANERS Farmville, North Carolina 130 FARMVILLE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS Approved Sanitone Service Phone SK 3-3192 Farmville, Norfh Carolina Compliment ' s of AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. Automobile Parts Supplies at Wholesale Phone SK 3-3859 1 14 West Wilson Street Farmville, North Carolina STEINBECK ' S Smart Clothes For Men and Boys Come in to see us ! 427 Evans St. Greenville, North Carolina Compliments of S PEIGHT SERVICE CENTER AND AUTO PARTS Farmville, North Carolina BONNIE ' S CAFE Best Wishes to the Class of ' 64 " Meal a Minute " Farmville, North Carolina B. W. CHEVROLET CO., INC. Chevrolet Chevel le Corvair Chevy 1 1 Phone SK 3-3122 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of ROSES 5 - 10 - 25 STORE Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of CEDRIC DAVIS Agent for Morris Gold Bond and Vertagreen Fertilizers Sales and Service 112 Wilson Street 131 Compliments of OLIVER MURPHREY ' S TRANSFER Dealer in Grain Phone SK 3-3151 Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of T. T. DRIVE IN Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of HATHAWAY ' S SERVICE STATION Compliments of E. L. ELLIS ESSO Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of ROLLINS CLEANERS AND DYERS Farmville, North Carolina Compliments of BELK TYLER CO. Greenville, North Carolina BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF ' 64 Compliments of E. E. ELLIS SODA SHOP Fountain, North Carolina Compliments of DON BRYAN GROCERY MARKET Compliments of DICKS SERVICE STATION Best Wishes CLASS OF ' 64 132 unter 333 INDIANA AVENUE WINSTON-SALEM, N C


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