Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC)

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jXwnbV97 O ' -- V ' W VVU fy M 3t.- Hr 5 ®‘ 3 gL.jW- • through c rcUway ♦ ♦ ia happinea l cirmviU Sii k Sckooi artnviUe, ortk ( ciroiittci c rckway 2 . . . • 3 ntroduetion 5 • iSeMior 17 • juniors, SopkemomA re kmen 39 • OHors 51 • 0rganizations 59 • cMtkletlc 79 • %uMc 97 • uklicatioM 105 • cAdvertisements 111 The 1966 c rckway dedicated to Always present Always punctual Always capable Always interested Always businesslike Always prepared Always willing Always informed Always friendly Always appreciative Always thoughtful -these are a few of the many reasons why the Senior Class dedicates the 1966 ARCHWAY to Mrs. R. Leroy Rollins. 4 iappine id in his new student body; likewise, we show pride in him. We ought to show more pride for our school grounds. • • • ride Pride in our country . . . 5 Spirit Shouldn ' t we have more spirit for education? Keyettes have spirit too! Mr. Benfield rouses spirit in the basketball girls. Self-explanatory. Love of work prompts good work. 7 . . . hieing a art ol armvUle igk %Sckool The SGA i s a vital part ofFarmvilleHigh School . A " rare " moment of relaxation. . . .even a small part. Eager (?) anticipation. 8 appine »A ia helping others. 9 Introducing Ulr. hurle pucker and 0ur ew principal Mr. Charles Tucker has done an outstanding job in his position as Farmville High School ' s energetic new principal. His progressive ideas are a definite asset to a high school such as Farmville which is representative of the high scholastic standard imposed upon today ' s students— and tomorrow ' s leaders. Although a strict disciplinarian, he ' s always willing to as- sist the student in any way he can. 10 cArtkur iS c Hord itt (bounty S uperintendent i ocal iSckooL Board MR. AUTHUR S. ALFORD Mrs. Chester Outland, Mr. Jack McDavid, Mr. Robert Fiser, Mr. George Allen, Mr. Mark Owens. (Not Pictur- ed“Mr. Carter Smith and Mr. Ernest Petteway. ) 11 faculty members MISS ELIZABETH EDWARDS MRS. BETTY FULFORD MR. W. A. GLASGOW MR. L. A. HARRIS MR. E. P. BASS MRS . BEVERLY BATCHELOR MRS . WANDA CALDWELL 12 MRS. BILLIE HARRISON MRS. MARGUERITE HART MRS . LEYMON HOLMES p rlorm many duties . . . MR. L. S. LAWRENCE MR. H. M. MATHIS MRS. MARY MOORE MR. E. E. MOYE 13 MR. H. D. RUSS MISS ELSIE SEAGO MRS . HOPE ROLLINS MRS. MARY SMITH MRS . LURLINE WHELESS Z! n tructOTf friend MRS . BARBARA WOOTEN MRS . ELIZABETH WORTHINGTON MR. S. O. WORTHINGTON, JR. 14 appii c bciftg a pewter 15 OFFICERS: Rusty Duke, Vice-President; Evelyn Lewis, Treasurer; Patsy Britt, Reporter; Dianne Bell, Secretary; Michael Hardison, President. Our Ginger Benfield and Allen Lancaster 16 Rusty Liles, a friend and former class- mate . Armid Eddie Allen, III George Madison Allen, Jr, Mary Foree Allen John Davis Andrews, Jr. raduate • . • 7966 17 Janice Hope Blackley Dianne Bell Danny Bowen Mary Lois Bradshaw Happiness is indeed being a Senior! Raymond Earl Boone Nancy Ann Britt Patsy Jan Britt 18 David Patrick Bundy, Jr. Mary Elizabeth Cobb Claudius Ollin Corbett William Graham Creel ( raduatB • • • 7966 James Henry Darden, III 19 Dignified Senior girls " holding their dollies. " Noel Jean Darden Clarence Edward Davis Vivian Lu Dixon Cecil Lynn Eason, Jr, Bobby Ray Ellis Wilton Russell Duke, Jr. 20 (§raduate ♦ . • 1966 Edward Earl Evans, Jr. Betsy Ross Flake Nancy Deborah Freuler Benjamin Lawrence Gardner, III David Octavious Gay Shirley Mae Gay William Ralph Goins, Jr. 21 Carlos Earl Hardison, Jr. Nancy Leah Harris Patricia Ann Hobgood 22 Edward Lewis Jones, Jr. Eleanor Ann Joyner William Henry Jefferson, Jr. Nancy Burdetta Joyner Sylvia Yvonne Lamm Roland Scott Lang ( raduatea . . . 1966 Kate Lorraine Lehmann 23 Evelyn Ruth Lewis Charles Edward Mayo, Jr. Linda Lucille Modlin Charles Glenn Letchworth Linda Bundy Lewis Cordelia Coward Lewis William Douglas Lovic, Jr. Nancy Elaine Mewbom Brenda Lois Melton 24 « • • Roger Lee Mooring Grady Ray Mosley raduateA 1966 Garland Wesley Mozingo Virginia Phyllis Newsome Donald Ralph Mozingo 25 ( raduute • . • 1966 " Many happy hours. " ? Eva Sherryl Oakes Betty Ann Oakley Sallie Gene Oglesby Janet Carol Owens 26 Roland Dixon Sauls, Jr. Rebecca Ann Smith Robert Lee Rose Esther Diane Speight Mary Frances Starling James Edward Taylor Robert Carlton Teel, Jr. Cleopatra Strickland Lawrence Thome Tyson, Jr. 27 Susan Monroe Wheless Norman Ray Wooten Garland Ellis Wainwright Nancy Ora Wilkinson Jesse Roy Young, Jr. Maryland Patricia Vanderburg Cecily Jane Satterthwaite Joseph Ray Webb Robert Lee Williford 28 w ‘s»,sr ill Senior Superlatives BEST ALL AROUND Mary Allen and Cecil Eason BEST LOOKING Ann Joyner and Michael Hardison 29 CUTEST Evelyn Lewis and Glenn Letchworth MOST DEPENDABLE Joan Baker and Randy Nichols Senior iSuperl tive 30 iSc tior iSuperlative MOST ATHLETIC Lu Dixon and Eddie Allen MOST POPULAR Ann Pierce and Grady Mosley 31 FRIENDLIEST Susan Wheless and Rusty Duke MOST INTELLECTUAL Mary Ethel Price and Dixon Sauls ijSeMior Superlative 32 Senior Superldtive WITTIEST Glenda Griffis and Charles Mayo MOST TALENTED Cordelia Lewis and Shelton Chesson 33 Outstanding sS niors MARY FOREE ALLEN " Will the secretary please read the minutes? " These are indeed familiar words to Mary Allen who, during her high school career, has served as secretary for the Junior Class, ETA, and Keyette Club. Being active in her church youth group, Mary was elected to serve as 1965 state CYF secretary. Familiarly known to all of her classmates as " Mary Pie, " she is admired by them for her dependability, good personality, and capability of handling every job she undertakes. Being chosen a mem- ber of the SGA, an officer in the band, and Best -All- Round her Senioryear proves the great respect and confi- dence her many friends have for her. ARMID EDDIE ALLEN, III " Hey, Ed! Don ' t stop! Keep moving ! " And moving he is— his outstanding record in athletics more than proves it. Being a five -letter man makes Eddie very versatile in sports and it is no w o n d e r that he was chosen Most Athletic by the Senior Class. The students showed their trust in his ability to get a job done when he was elected president of the Freshman Class. Because of his popular- ity, he was chosen to represent the Freshman Class as their candidate for Homecoming King . Eddie is quite active in all school activities and has acquired many positions of leadership— too numerous to name. Big Ed ' s good looks and even disposition will make him a sure winner on any team. 34 RHODERICK JOAN BAKER Interviews, headlines, and deadlines are quite famil- iar to Joan Baker who served as editor of the News ' N ' Views this year. Joan has served on the staff for three years and was a delegate to New York her sophomore year for the annual school newspaper convention. Joan ' s willingness, conscientiousness, and quiet mannerisms are admired by all. Her classmates proved this when they elected her treasurer of her Junior Class and the Math Club. She was also a member of the SGA, Keyettes, and voted. Most Dependable in her Senior Class. It is quite evident that her dependability and capability willbe sure to carry her to the top. VIVIAN LU DIXON O Leadership and enthusiasm characterize Lu Dixon, the first girl in eastern North Carolina to b e elected Governor of Tar Heel Girl ' s State. Our Luisa spirited tri -captain of the basketball team, a former reigning Homecoming Queen, assistant editor of this year ' s ARCHWAY, and assistant head of the majorette squad. She began her leadership training her Sophomore year as an SGA representative and was elected secretary of the student body the following year. She was tapped into the Keyette Club and then became Sweetheart of the Key Club. The people in Lu ' s future better be pre- pared because she ' s enterprising enough to takeover anything —anywhere ! 35 JOHN MICHAEL HARDISON Progress— in anything— requires a sound financial basis upon which to build, and our finances are in cap- able hands. The man with the coins is Mike Hardison, this year ' s SGA treasurer. In addition, Mike is also pres- ident of the Senior Class— and his ideas as to how things should be done are as big as the job he has to do. He likes all sports— especially swimming— and his person- ality as well as good looks make h i m a welcome sight at any gathering. Outstanding Seniors CECIL LYNN EASON, JR. As an ace president of the Junior Class, Cecil Eason has come to be a habitual leader in h i s high school activities. This star athlete of football, basketball, and golf has made quite an enviable record for himself in sports. Aside from h i s participation in extra -curricular activities, he has received the honor of being a Morehead Scholarship finalist from this district, as well as being H o m e c o m i ng King, president of UCYF, and an SGA representative. It is no wonder that this amiable member of the class of ' 66 was elected Best -A 11 -Round by his Senior Class. With the intelligence, ambition, and zest for living that Cecil possesses, he will be rewarded in the future with much success. 36 ANN HARDEN PIERCE ELEANOR ANN JOYNER " All hail Queen Ann ! " In the capacity of Home- coming Queen for 1965- ' 66, the ash-blonde green-eyed beauty has represented FHS well. Yet this is only one of the many honors that Ann Joyner has received during her four years in high school. Intelligence, beauty, talent, and a friendly manner— Ann has them all. These are the attributes for which sh e was chosen Miss A R CHW AY, Key C 1 ub Sweetheart, president of th e Keyette Club, and a member of the SGA Council. An active partici- pant in church and civic activities, Ann was also elected president of the MYF as well as being selected to receive Farmville ' s DAR Good Citizen Award. Being a consci- entious person, Ann will always be found doing her best. " R e a d y . . . let ' s g o ! " As head cheerleader, Ann ' s vivaciousness has constantly spurred the teams to greater efforts. One of the busiest girls at FHS, Ann has served as secretary of h e r Freshman Class and Science Club. As a Junior her outstanding leadership qualities were recognized when she was tapped into the Keyette Club. Aside from her school work, Ann presently serves as president of h e r church youth group. Rating a number - one student in grades, Ann is a member of NHS . How- ever, her outstanding scholastic record reached a climax when she served as co-chief marshal her Junior year. Without a doubt, Ann rates highly in the opinion of her classmates as being a spirited, sincere, friendly, and active girl. 37 MARY ETHEL PRICE A whacky, " big -mouthed " scatterbrain— our hats are off to M a ry Ethel Price who did a remarkable job as editor of t h e 1966 ARCHWAY . Mary Ethel was chosen as one of Farmville ' s representatives t o attend the ' 65 session of Girls ' State. Her Senior year was highlighted by being tapped into the Keyette Club and being chosen Most Intellectual in the Senior Class. She has partici- pated in band, SGA, NHS, served as church organist for two years, and as a marshal. T o the surprise of many, she has demonstrated an undeniable ability to success- fully organize and complete every job she undertakes — so here ' s to her continuing success! ROLAND DIXON SAULS Time passes— and Dixon ' s " passes " have been no less significant in helping to establish Farmville as a major threat to any school seeking a football championship. A man of few words and fast action as president of the SGA , Dixon has demonstrated the qualities of leader- ship, self-confidence and general ability w h i c h have made him the success he is. Among his other achieve- ments he has lettered in every major sport, has served a s marshal and co-chief marshal, and is an active member in the Key Club. So Dixon, congratulations on a four-year job well done. 38 cippmess is anticipation. 39 unior OFFICERS; David Eason, President; Lester Wells, Vice-President; Julia Mewborn, Secretary; Margaret Andrews, Treasurer; M ary Ann P e e 1 e. Reporter. Wayne Allen Jackie Allen Linda Allen Ruth Allen Margaret Andrews J. D. Baker Patricia Baker Joyce Baucom Jimmy Braxton George Bell 40 Carl Brock J. C. Bryant Judy Carraway Howard Cooke Barbara Corbett Petey Creekmur Betsy Darden Jimmy Daughtry Linda Davenport Lukie Deal Verona Dixon A1 Drake Joyce Dunn David Eason Nell Franke Anna Gardner Tony Hardee Cherry Hardison Jimmy Harris Margaret Harris Kinney Hart Katie Heath Peggy Hinson Larry Holloman Don Jefferson 41 unior Marie Johnson Charles Joyner Belinda Kilpatrick Mary Lang Betsy Lapp Nancy Leckie John Lewis Tyndall Lewis Linda Letchworth Jean Little Paulette Little Ann Lloyd Bobby Lovic Jerry Lucas Martha McDavid Linda Meeks Julia Mewbom Beverly Monk Judy Moore Bonnie Mosely Rebecca Mosley Jackie Moye Tony Murphrey Dorothy Nichols Bill O ' Neal Blanche O ' Neal Angie Owens 42 Larry Peaden Mary Anne Peele Hayes Petteway Ila Sermons Larry Shreve Sammy Smith Kenneth Strickland Edward Sugg Clay Sutton Danny Thomas Jerry Owens J. D. Owens Linda Tugwell Carl Tyer Billy Tyson Dennis Tyson Lou Tyson Marty Tyson Peggy Vandiford Deborah Walston Phillip Walston Lester W ells David Whitehead Louis Willoughby Ann Wilkerson Ormond Windham Kathy Wooten 43 Sophomore OFFICERS: Junior Lewis, Treasurer; Jimmy Wooten, President; Diane Stox, Secretary; Jimmy Moore, Vice- Presidentj Frank Jones, Reporter. Donnie Allen Leland Bagley Donnie Baker Elaine Baker John Baldree Karen Barbour Leslie Beamon Randy Bell Buddy Blalock Janice Britt Larry Brock Susan Brothers Shirley Bryant Janie Bundy Ricky Burnette James Cates Bobby Corbett Connie Corbett Jimmy Cowan Billy Craft Susan Darden 44 Johnny Davenport Minerva Dupree Nancy Eason Peggy Ellis Alice Fields David Floyd Jimmy Forrest Lillian Gardner Hazel Gay Larry Gay Sarah Gorham Gwendolyn Graves Melvin Gurganus Steve Hardison Sarah Helms Glenn Johnston Cynthia Jones Frank Jones Elaine Joyner Lee Joyner Helen Lee Jimmy Lewis Junior Lewis Lee Lewis Connie Little Jimmy Hillard Diane Hurley Sheron Jefferson Steve Johnson 45 opkomor Mary Sue Mitchell Jackie Moore Jimmy Moore Robbie Moore Carolyn Mozingo Diane Mozingo Gail Mozingo Buster Nanney Dana Oakley Niki Outland Linda Owens Patricia Owens Lee Speight Diane Stox Doris Ann Sugg Joan Sugg George Thomas Danny Tugwell Walter Lee Tugwell Hilda Turner Lawrence Vandiford Roger Vandiford Virginia Vines Donna Whitehurst Tomianne Willis Harvey Winstead Connie Wooten Jimmy Wooten Carl Young 46 re hmen OFFICERS: Robbie Eason, Vice-President; Ann Bass, Secretary; George Moore, Treasurer; Henry D. Jefferson, President. Hilda Allen Jamie Allen Roy Lee Allen Richard Anderson Bonnie Baker David Baker Ricky Baker Mack Bagley Ann Bass Carolyn Beamon Bernice Blalock Connie Briley Janice Calhoun Betsy Ellen Carraway Jane Craft Jean Craft I i 47 re hmen Rebecca Grumpier Jane Darden Sue Davenport Genean Dunn Margie Dunn Robbie Eason John Eastwood Willard Ellis Butch Evans Jones Fuquay Ann Gay Jim Gooden Danny Griffis Phyllis Griffis Josephine Grimsley Bill Hall Tony Hall Marlene Hardee Robert Hines Sammy Hobgood Wayne House Beverly Humphrey Henry D. Jefferson Jo Ann Jefferson Ruth Jones Donald Joyner Sue Joyner Jack Kite Jimmy Lang 48 Charles Lehman Frank Lewis Morris Lewis Johnny Lee Little Harper Manning Betty Massey Jane Matthews Patricia McClain Clayton McLawhom Linda McLawhom Robby McLawhom Gail Miller Bill Moore George Moore John Moore Johnnie Moore Donald Mooring Ronald Mooring Lou Nelson Jackie Newsome Carolyn Newton Richard Oakley Ronald Owens Graham Parker Ruth Peaden Bob Pierce Judy Rose Tex Saulter Bert Smith 49 Ronnie Smith Elaine Stanley Patricia Starling Jimmy Sumlin Mike Taylor Mitchell Thigpen Janice Thompson Donna Tyson Lyman Tyson Wayne Vernelson Jo Ann Wainw right Neal Walston Kenneth Ward Doris Wilkinson Jean Williford Greg Wilson Debra W ood Mary Young re ltmen 50 appineaa ia being henered. 51 -iomacominq Queen c4nH Joyner ueens curt MISS RUTH ALLEN Junior Candidate MISS ANN LLOYD MISS LINDA McLAWHORN Junior Candidate Freshman Candidate MISS SUSAN DARDEN Sophomore Candidate MISS NANCY MEWBORN Senior Candidate MISS PATRICIA OWENS MISS JANICE THOMPSON Sophomore Candidate Freshman Candidate 53 1966 omecoming An entry in the Homecoming Parade. Miss Ann Joyner, Homecoming Q u e e n, is crowned by former queen, Miss Lu Dixon. A bonfire and pep rally the night before the .Big Game aroused much school spirit. Substantial yardage gained by Allen before tackle. 54 wee the a rt and MISS GAIL MOZINGO and STEVE HARDISON MISS LU DIXON and GLENN LETCHWORTH 55 uleir halA 1965 Students who attain an average of 92 or above serve as Marshals for the school year. 56 ■•v Sophomore , uHiord FRESHMEN: SusanDarden, Jimmy Wooten, SueMitchell. SOPHOMORES: Margaret Andrews, Nancy Leckie, Lou Tyson, David Eason, Julia Mewborn, Mary Lang, Belinda Kilpatrick. 57 Specidl onor and State Delegates to Boys ' and Girls ' State Lu Dixon, Mary Ethel Price, Dixon Sauls, and George Allen. llation and c . Delegate to Girls ' Nation Lu Dixon Daughters of American Revolution chose Ann Joyner as Good Citizen. 58 appineaa ia participation. 59 Student Pat Bundy, Martha McDavid; Reporters Mr. Harvey Russ, Advisor Dixon Sauls, President Hayes Petteway, Vice-President; Sallie Oglesby, Secre- tary; Michael Hardison, Treasurer. 60 (government SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES — Susan Wheless, Nancy Mewborn, Patricia Hobgood, Shelton Chesson, Ann Pierce, Cordelia Lewis, George Allen, Charles Mayo. SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES -Lee Joyner, Susan Darden, Patricia Owens, Janice Britt, Jimmy Wooten, Frank Jones. JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES -Marie Johnson, Carl Tyer, Mary Ann Peele, Judy Carraway, Kathryn Wooten, A1 Drake, Jimmy Daughtry, John Lewis. FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES -Beverly Humphrey, Ann Bass, Patricia Starling, John Moore, Frank Lewis, Henry Jefferson, Neal Walston, David Baker. 61 Tlational onor Society Evelyn oyn r (Chapter The scene at a National Honor Society Induction. OFFICERS; Miss Edwards, Advisor; Danny Thomas, Vice- President; Deborah Walston, Secretary; David Eason, President; Mary Lang, Treasurer; Mr. Lawrence, Mrs. Moore, Advisors. Moore, Joyner, Britt, Sauls, D. Eason, Stox, Carraway, Willis, Kilpatrick, C. Eason, Pierce, Bundy, Walston, Andrews, Darden, Mewborn, Thomas, Winstead, Price, Lewis, Lang, Tyson, Mitchell, Allen, Wooten. 62 future i eader oj c merica Letchworth, Hinson, Allen, Franke, P. Hobgood, R. Mosley, Briley, Owens, O ' Neal, Johnson, Moseley, B. Hobgood, Smith, Strickland, Moore, Lewis, Allen, Wilkerson, Lloyd, Davenport, Corbett, Harris, Meeks, Melton, Lehmann, Evans, Wainwright, Goins. FBLA ' s entry in the Homecoming Parade. OFFICERS: Mrs. Wooten, Advisor; Barbara Corbett, Historian; Mrs. Fulford, Advisor; Marie Johnson, Secretary; Garland Wainwright, Parliamentarian; Bonnie Moseley, Vice-President; Eddie Evans, Reporter; Patricia Hobgood, President. 63 future partner a c merica Three FFA Members at work on one of their projects. OFFICERS: Left to Right: Robert Rose, Re- porter, Walter Tug we 11, Chaplain; Phillip Walston, Sentinel; Ricky Burnette, Secretary; Steve Hardison, Vice-President; Claude Corbett, President; Mr. Bass, Advisor; Don Jefferson, Treasurer (not pictured). 1 Ijth ' JK ■ ■■■R 1 jH jfflO gJmmpWM. jrl. ’4 Beamon; Mooring; Bell; Wilson; Owens; Thigpen; M. Bagley; Vernelson; Sumlin; Ward; House; Manning; Baker; Gardner; Owens; L. Brock; Speight; Vandiford; Craft; C. Brock; Little; L. Bagley; D. Tugwell; B. Tyson; Forrest; Braxton; Smith; Gay; Hobgood; C. Hardison; W. Tugwell; Walston; Eastwood; D. Tyson; Davenport; Wainwright; Hines; Gay; Joyner; Ellis; Hall; Vandiford; Rose; Moore; Corbett; Burnette; S. Hardison; Davis; Baker; Mr. Bass, Advisor. 64 Britt, Newton, Baker, Starling, Sugg, Young, Allen. future oj c merica OFFICERS: Katie Heath, Secretary; Jean Little, Treasurer; Nancy Hobgood, President; Peggy Vandiford, Vice-President; Miss Seago, Advisor. Peaden, Tyson, G. Dunn, Hardee, Grimsley, Nelson, Grumpier, Stanley, M. Dunn, Massey. 65 future eacker oj corner ica M. Allen, Wheless, Lewis, Oglesby, Sermons, Flake, Wilkinson, Freuler, G. Griffis, L. Allen, Speight, P. Griffis, Carraway, Price, Matthews, Briley, Calhoun, Jefferson, Brothers, Phillips, Darden. FTA float, " Teach Me Tonight, " won third place in the Homecoming Parade. OFFICERS: Cordelia Lewis, Treasurer; Diane Speight, Secretary; Deborah Freuler, Presi- dent; Mrs. Hart, Advisor; Linda Allen, Vice-President. 66 ibrciry ( lub Mooring, Johnson, Walston, Moseley, Blackley, Britt, Lewis, Allen, Thomas, Speight, Corbett, Owens, Hobgood, Joyner, Wilkinson. OFFICERS: Verona Dixon, Vice-President; Niki Outland, Secretary; Diane Hurley, Reporter; Mrs. Batchelor, Ad- visor; Nancy Britt, President; Jimmy Moore, Treasurer. Stanley, Carraway, Whitehurst, Darden, Wooten, Meeks, Gay, Mozingo, Fuquay, Leckie, Matthews, Lewis. 67 eyette ( lub Owens, M. Allen, Modlin, Pierce, Sermons, C. Lewis, Oglesby, Britt, Price, McDavid, L. Allen, Lang, Bakei Wheless, Andrews, E. Lewis, J, Mewborn, Walston, Blackley, Bell, Dixon, Joyner, Hobgood, Hart, Kilpatrick, Hardison, Wilkinson, N. Mewborn. ( lub The Key and Keyette Club Float, " Let ' s Lock The Door and Throw Away the Key, " captured second place. OFFICERS: G. Allen, Treas. ; Mr. Benfield, Advisor; R. Wooten, Pres.; C. Tyer, Sec. ; E. Allen, Chp ' n. ; Mr. Russ, Advisor; (not pictured, C. Eason, Vice-Pres. ) KIWANIS CLUB. farxyilu Petteway, Mayo, Nolen, Evans, Sauls, Moore, Tyer, Hardison, Williford, R. Wooten, Duke, Lewis, J. Wooten, Hardee, Thomas, Nichols, Eason, Lovic, G. Allen, E. Allen . 69 emor cience lub Out land, Hurley, E. Joyner, Lewis, Helms, Fields, Hillard, Jones, Baker, Moore, A. Joyner, Oakley, Thomas, Letchworth, Nanney, L. Joyner, Willis, Johnson, D. Allen, J. Darden, S. Darden, Winstead, Britt, Jefferson, Whitehurst, P. Ellis, Mitchell, Stox, Wooten, Murphrey, Holloman, T. Lewis, Whithead, Gardner, Dixon, Petteway, Thomas, Moore, J. Lewis, Hardee, Sugg, Tyson, Harris, B, Ellis, Lang, Mewborn, Williford, Modi in, Kilpatrick, W a 1 s t o n, McDavid, Lapp, Mozingo, Mayo, Wooten, Tyer, G. Allen, Duke, B. Darden, Andrews, Hart, Hardison, Sauls, Eason, Nolan, Pierce, Mrs. Wheless, Advisor. Mrs. Wheless, Advisor; Ann Pierce, Secretary; Martha McDavid, Reporter; Clark Nolan, Treasurer; Ray Wooten. President; George Allen, Vice-President. 70 The Science Club float won first place in the Home- coming Parade with the theme song " Love Potion No. 9 1 Science ( lub Mr. Harris, Advisor; Beverly Humphrey, Secretary; Jones Fuquay, Mr. Harris showing a group of Jr. Science Club President; Ann Bass, Treasurer; Bob Pierce, Vice-President. Members an experiment. Anderson, Moore, Fuquay, R. Allen, J. Allen, Bass, Humphrey, L, McLawhorn, Taylor, Little, Tyson, C. McLawhorn. Pierce. 71 tSciuared Circle Griffis, Lewis, Darden, Hardison, O ' Neal, Creel, Moye, Allen, S. Joyner, Daughtry, C. Joyner, Johnston, Thompson, Craft, Craft, Lucas, Smith, Lewis, Wilkinson, Kite, Lang, Eason, Wooten, Lehmann, Moore, Jefferson, Evans, Baker, Parker, Cowan, Owens, Oakley, Mooring, Young. I « M III M] Baker, R. Bell, Gay, Mozingo, Moore, Carraway, Lewis, Joyner, Baker, D. Bell, Owens, Blackley, Britt, Leckie, Wooten, Dixon, Nichols, Little, Dunn, Hall, Smith, Moore, McLawhorn, Walston, Blalock, Windham. The Math Club says, " The Rams have ' Heartaches by the Number. ' " Mrs. Rollins and Mrs. Moore, Advisors; Cherry Hardison, Treasurer; Junior Lewis, Vice-President; Jackie Moye, President; Mary Ann Peele, Sec- retary. 72 ramatic ( lub Bob Pierce, Evelyn Lewis, Margaret Harris, Donna Whitehmst, Glenda Griffis, Lee Joyner, Lyman Tyson, Nancy Wilkinson, Joan Baker. Cordelia Lewis; Dianne Bell; Ann Pierce; Bill Hall; Mr. Henry D. Jefferson and Diane Speight practice for a play. Lawrence, Advisor, 73 Lehmann, Nichols, Vanderburg, Oakes, Barbour, Turner, Owens, Baldree, Corbett, Hardison, Peaden, Jones, Mr. Mathis, Vandiford, Taylor, Webb, Bundy, Cates. Webb, Ring Up A Victory For Farmville High. Cynthia Jones, S e c r e t ar y; Joe Webb, Vice-President; James Taylor, Associate President; Mr. Mathis, Advisor; Pat Bundy, President; Karen Barbour, Treasurer. 74 SENIORS: Ann Pierce, Clark Nolen, Robert Williford, George Allen, Jim Darden, Linda Modlin. SOPHOMORES and JUNIORS: Martha McDavid, Hayes Petteway, Harvey Winstead, Tyndall Lewis, Buster Nanney. 75 0JJ ice and pinq c M tant OFFICE ASSISTANTS; Strickland, Webb, Bundy, Windham, Oakes, Dunn, Mooring. TYPING A S S I S T A N T S: Lewis, Baker, Smith, Melton,, Hobgood, Starling. OFFICE ASSISTANTS: D. Nichols, Wheless, Oakley, R. Nichols, Lewis, Baker. TYPING ASSISTANTS: Lehmann, Hobgood, Griffis, Freuler, Goins. 76 rivers .‘l i . ' : ' - ■ ' Corbett, Peaden, Holloman, ’ ' ■ . Ellis, Hardison, Carraway, • ■ “ Taylor, Tyson, Boone, Gay. Mr. Tucker and Mr. Bass show Ben Gardner one of the safety devices of a bus. 77 Student ecicker [ I Mr. Lassiter, Mr. Day, Mr. Cottingham, and Mr. Roberson, student teachers for the first quarter. Mrs. Roberson, Mr. Elmore, Miss Pierce, Miss Parnell, Miss Davis, Mr, Bennett; student teachers for the second quarter. 78 appine winning tke game. y keerleade ANN PIERCE Head RUTH ALLEN DEBORAH FREULER ANN JOYNER CORDELIA LEWIS 80 Cheerleaders posing in their new uniforms after a practice session. 81 football 1965 Coach Elbert Moye ' s 1965 edition of the Farmville Red Devils surprised everyone but themselves as they compiled a sparkling 9 and 1 record. They extended the school ' s winning streak to eighteen straight games before finally suffering a defeat in their seventh en- counter of the campaign. When on the attack, the Red Devil gridders scored at the rate of four touch- downs a game while displaying a well-balanced of- fense. On defense they were equally effective as they i limited the opposition to only a handful of touch- ’ downs. This was also a year of firsts for the Red I Devils. It was the first year that Farmville High Schoolparticipatedin the2-Aathletic classification, i and it was also the team ' s first year as a member of the Eastern Plains Conference. Even though the Red Devils were official conference members, they were i declared ineligible for the conference crown during their first year of membership. But the Red Devils were not to be denied as they ripped through their conference schedule with an undefeated record to ; . assure themselves of the unofficial conference title. : The accomplishments of this year ' s Red Devil eleven ' pay an excellent tribute to their fine coach, Mr. | Elbert Moye, who exhibited excellent leadership on I and off the field. ; i Bottom row: Hardison, Darden, Petteway, Sauls, Evans, E. Allen, Mozingo, Duke, Gurganus. Second row: Sutton, Teel, Willoughby, Mosley, Bryant, J. Moore, Lewis, Thomas, Wells. Top row: Whitehead, Creel, Letchworth, G. Allen, G. Moore, Murphrey, Eason, Winstead, Lang. Red Devils score in hard- fought 15-7 victory over N.C. S. D. RALPH MOZINGO Halfback ; CECIL EASON ' End ( I EDDIE EVANS Guard J. C. BRYANT Fullback DIXON SAULS Quarterback EDDIE ALLEN Halfback RUSTY DUKE Tackle GEORGE ALLEN Tackle GEORGE MOORE End HAYES PETTEWAY Center LOUIS WILLOUGHBY Guard 83 football Red Devil coach ELBERT MOVE and assistant HARVEY RUSS. F. 25 F. 15 F. 27 F. 42 F. 21 F. 26 F. 0 F. 39 F. 32 F. 41 Mt. Olive NCSD Vaiden- Whitley Robersonville Charles B. Aycock Bath Ay den North Lenoir Greene Central Four Oaks Defensive specialists and seniors — Lang; Lewis; Mosley; Darden; Creel; Teel; Hardison; and Letchworth. Red Devils swamp N. C. S, D. runner. i ady bevila Bottom row; Joyner, Griffis, Walston, Mewborn, Dixon, (manager), Hardison, Mitchell, Willis, Hart, Helms, Oglesby, Allen, Sermons, McDavid. Top row: Lapp Darden, Andrews, Lang, Hurley (manager). The ' 65- ' 66 D evil ettes have begun another year of drill- ing and practice to prepare themselves for the tough competition of the 2A Eastern Plains Conference. Their main attack has been centered upon their speed, agility, and ability to move the ball when on offense and to press when on defense. Although it was a big step from lA to 2A basketball, the girls have shown untiring effort in competition with larger clubs. The girls have lost several games by only a few points, but during the second half of the year they will be out to reverse these close scores. Hart stretches for jump ball as teammates await tap. 85 iriy Ba k tball Lu Dixon Forward Sarah Helms F orward Kinny Hart Forward Nancy Mewborn Guard Sallie Oglesby Forward Linda Allen Guard Coach Allen Benfield relaxes after practice. 86 Lu Dixon scores another two points for Lady Devils, a ketbciU This year ' s Red Devil cagers have the unenviable task of trying to equal last year ' s fine record. The 1964- 65 team rolled to twenty-three victories while losing only four games. The Red Devils finished in second place during the regular season, but they proved to be real champions as they captured the Pitt County Tourna- ment title be defeating arch-rival Ayden in three over- tim e periods. The Devils then went on to win the District Championship before they finally lost to Booneville (the eventual state champions) in the State Play-offs at Durham. Withthe return of three starters from last year ' s team, the Red Devils are again expect- ed to be contenders for conference honors, although they will be competing in the tough Eastern Plains 2A Confer- ence for the first time. At the completion of the first half of the season, the Red Devils are in first place with seven victories and one loss against conference foes. Mosley drives for lay-up against the Falcons of Charles B. Aycock. Eason connects on jumper as Moore moves in for possible Coach Russ caught in a rare moment— he rebound. isn ' t shooting. Eddie Allen Forward Grady Mosley Guard Dixon Sauls Guard 87 " aaketball Cecil Eason Center Lester Wells Forward Sauls scores two on one-legged maneuver. Moore leaps high for tap-in over the opponents ' outstretched arms. Bottom row: Sutton, Sauls G. Mosley, Mozingo, Petteway, Wells. Top row; C. Mosley (manager), Allen, Evans, Eason, Moore, Drake, Wooten. 88 rack Bottom row: Gurganus, Baker, Tyer, Wells, Hillard, Mosley, Lewis, Willoughby. Top row: Evans, Sutton, Allen, Teel, Winstead, Lovic, Allen, Cowan, Bryant. The year ' 64- ' 65 was a great year for track. Farmville was undefeated in four meets— including one intersectional meet in which the Devils defeated Kinston. During the regular season Farmville de- feated Ayden twice, Greene Central once, Roberson- ville twice, and North Lenior once. Donnie Brown, Robin Rouse, Ivey Smith, and Johnny Hardison were leaders of the county championship team as short distance men. Joe Lucas was the long distance man or miler. All these boys were Seniors. Eddie Evans, a Junior, was in the 880 and mile run. He won 1st place in the mile in the district meet held in Greenville, and he finished 14th in the state in the same event. Louis Willoughby was the best dash man with a time of 10.5 seconds. Donnie Brown ' s best throw as a discus man was over 126 feet. Since track was started in ' 63, Coach Allen Benfield ' s team has lost only one meet, that being to Ayden the first year. ' Wells runs close second in440yard dash against Farmville opponent. 89 Distance men:B. Lovic,E. Evans,]. Lewis, J.D. Baker, Weight men: H. Winstead, M. Gurganus, G. Allen, C. Tyer, J. D. Owens C. Teel Sprinters: L. Willoughby, J. C, Bryant, L. Wells Jumpers: E. Allen, G. Mosley, C. Sutton r a c k Farmville sprinters finish one -two during track meet with Robersonville Allen Benfield enters his third year as Red Devil track coach 90 Larry Holloman, Carl Brock, Lester Wells, Eddie Evans, Coach Elbert Moye, Claudius Corbett, Dixon Sauls, Eddie Allen North Lenoir 2 Farmville 5 Robersonville 9 Farmville 8 Robersonville 3 Farmville 4 Grifton 2 Farmville 12 Ayden 0 Farmville 3 North Lenior 4 Farmville 8 Stokes 3 Farmville 13 Chicod 0 Farmville 15 Bethel 0 Farmville 34 Winterville 1 Farmville 9 Belvoir 3 State Play-offs Farmville 15 Robersonville 1 Farmville 3 Pantego 5 Farmville 0 For the third consecutive year the Farmville High School baseball team successfully captured the conference title . The team blended a f i n e balance of pitching, speed, and power to e n d the season with an 11-2 record. It suffered its only setback in the first regular season game and then roared to eleven successive wins before losing to Pantego in the State Play-offs. The team was tested in only a few games, but when the pressure was on, the boys came through in grand style . After last year ' s fine record and the loss of many key players, this year ' s team will have to rely heavily on its returning lettermen. The Farmville nine is looking forward t o a successful season in the 2 -A Eastern Plains Conference. a I Corbett slams single en route to easy victory Ba ebaU JACKIE MOVE Catcher LESTER WELLS Outfield LARRY HOLLOMAN Outfield CARL BROCK Outfield 92 §oll Golf, as a competitive sport, was added to the ath- , letic program three years ago and has grown from the original four members to the present nine . There are seven returning lettermen. The 1965-1966 golf season be- gins in March and F armville will compete with more teams, since they are in the 2-A Eastern Plains Confer- ence. Harvey Russ, team coach, has taken a keen inter- est in the team. F armville Golf Club pro, Ken Worthington, will instruct the team once a week. His instruction will increase the team ' s proficiency. A new system will be added to give the boys more incentive to shoot lower scores. The team members will be ranked according to their handicaps (average number of strokes above par per eighteen holes). Each member has the op- portunity of challenging the golfer ranked directly above him. If he wi ns the match, he will move up one step on the ladder, and may eventually be ranked the team ' s number one golfer. HARVEY RUSS Coach Cecil Eason Bottom row: Hillard, Pierce, Andrews. Top row: Jefferson, Darden, Eason, Drake, Coach Harvey Russ Jim Darden J. D. Andrews Jimmy Hillard Henry D. Jefferson Bob Pierce A1 Drake 93 football Bottom row: N. Walston, G. Wilson, B. Pierce, D. Griffis, H. Jenkins, J. Moore, B. Evans, K. Bryan, R. Harris, W. Smith, W. Vernelson, R. Whitehurst, B. Smith, Coach Allen Benfield. Top row: M. Bradhsaw, F. Sauls, P. Cannon, W. Tripp, C. Lehmann, J. Moore, G. Parker, F. Styers, J. Fuquay, R. Eason, H. D. Jefferson, D. Anderson, R. Smith, J. Kite, S. Hobgood, M. Taylor. Sauls topples North Lenior runner as other Devils arrive on the scene. Defensive unit: Bert Smith, Danny Griffis, Charles Lehmann, Mickey Bradshaw, John Moore, Henry Jefferson, Greg Wilson, Sammy Hobgood, Ronny Smith, Fred Sauls, Jones Fuquay. 94 Ba ketball Bottom row: Lewis, Taylor, Griffis, Hillard, Thomas, Johnson, Walston. Top row: Moore, Fuquay, Winstead, Hall, Jefferson, Cowan, Eason, Coach Moye. d @ Bottom row: Jane Darden, Ann Bass, Linda McLawhorn, Carol Smith. Top row: Valencia Willoughby, Beverly Humphrey, Doris Wilkinson, Sue Joyner, • Phyllis Griffis. 5 95 ALI CONFERENCE FOOTBALL Dixon Sauls, Quarterback; Louis Willoughby, Guard; Cecil Eason, End; Grady Mosley, Center and Defense; Eddie Allen, Halfback; Eddie Evans, Guard. 96 m c appine the ound muMc. 97 MRS. HOLMES, Director A. Pierce, Lang, L. Lehmann, Sermons, Outland, Tyson, L. Joyner, Darden, N. Joyner, Britt, Whitehurst, Young, Miller, Grumpier, Lamm, H. Allen, Stox, Craft, Davenport, Briley, Darden, A. Joyner, Williford, B. Baker, Nelson, Jones, Bell, E. Lewis, J. Baker, Gardner, Owens, Calhoun, Matthews, Helms, Hardison, Hart, Willis, P. Baker, Baucom, Darden, Phillips, Harris, E. Joyner, D. Sugg, Hurley, Fields, McDavid, D. Walston, C. Lewis, Teel, Moye, G. Mozingo, W. Allen, Oakley, G. Allen, N. Walston, R. Smith, R. McLawhorn, Tyson, C. McLawhorn, Griffis, J. Lewis, little, Taylor, Lewis, Marcum, Parker, C. Lehmann, B. Pierce, B. Smith, Lang, Corbett, Shreve, O ' Neal, Ellis, E. Sugg, Mitchell, Jefferson, Jones, Taylor, Tyson, Wooten, Cooke. 98 Cobb, Franke, Hinson, Allen, Briley, Strickland, Brock, J. little. Heath, Letchworth, Peaden, B. Corbett, Davenport, Craft, Moore, C. Mozingo, Wooten, H. Gay, Jefferson, Lewis, J. Owens, S. Gay, G. Mozingo, Tugwell, Bagley, Harris, P. little, Nichols, Wainwright, A. Gay, L. Owens, Rose, Ellis, Jones, Bundy, D. Baker, Harris, Mooring, Allen, Blalock, Young, Floyd, L. Brock, C. Brock, Holloman, Joyner, Tyson, Walston, W. Tugwell, Manning, L. Gay, Bagley, D. Baker, D. Tugwell, B. Corbett, Vandiford, Bell, S. Baker, Craft. People with special talents are chosen to sing special music. 99 LU DIXON SALLIE OGLESBY NANCY MEWBORN Head ajorettea 100 Majorettes pose prior to a performance. The majorettes put in many hours of practice for a routine. Majorettes proudly show off their new uniforms earned by training future majorettes. 101 armviUe iScUool Band Price, Dunn, Graves, Modlin, Deal, Freuler, Andrews, Johnson, John Moore, Anderson, R. Eason, J. Allen, Joyner, Humphrey, Jackie Moore, Hillard, Johnston, Kite, Massey, Lloyd, Sumlin, Billy Lovic, D. Eason, Mewborn, Nolen, Gorham, Monk, Allen, Flake, Cowan, Winstead, Thomas, Bobby Lovic, Chesson, Duke, Murphrey, Daughtry, Wooten. DRUM MAJOR, Lukie Deal BAND DIRECTOR, Mr. William Glasgow 102 The band in a well-known formation on the football field. I The band is known for its hard workers. OFFICERS; Billy Lovic, Co-Captain; Mary Allen, Sec- retary; Shelton Chesson, Captain; Ray Wooten, Uniform Officer; Bobby Lovic, Maneuver Officer. 103 Margie Dunn, Ann Bass, Peggy Vandiford, Betsy Carraway, Elaine Baker, Jackie Newsome, Doris Wilkinson, Judy Moore, Phyllis Newsome, Phyllis Griffis, Pat McClain, Linda McLawhorn. ADVISOR: Mrs. Pat Woodside The Drill Team, a new addition to the band, in a char- acteristic pose. 104 cippi c crecitivitvf 72eu?d 1V View STAFF: Wilkinson, Gay, Andrews, Briley, C. Lewis, Oglesby, Sermons, L. Allen, L. Joyner, Whitehurst, A. Joyner, M. Allen, Wheless, Hardison, Kilpatrick, Dixon, Willis, Blackley, Smith, Hobgood, J. Darden, Bell, Mayo, S. Darden, Wooten, McDavid, Mewbom, Cobb, Flake, Outland, Mr. Lawrence, Owens, Britt, Bundy, E. Lewis, Baker. MANAGING EDITOR Dianne Bell EDITOR: Joan Baker PHOTOGRAPHER: Pat Bundy. EXCHANGE EDITOR: Patsy Britt. ASSISTANT EDITORS: Dewey Nichols, Ann Joyner. FEATURE EDITORS: Sallie Oglesby, Betsy Flake. ART EDITOR: Larry Shreve SPORTS EDITOR: Martha McDavid. The Journalism Class. 107 c rchway StaH Lu Dixon, Assistant Editor; Mary Ethel Price, Editor; Janice Blackley, Assistant Editor, SPORTS STAFF: Dianne Bell, Ray Wooten, Ann Pierce, Cecil Eason, Sallie Oglesby, Dixon Sauls, ART EDITORS: Nancy Britt and Linda Modlin, PUBLICITY: Nancy W ilkinson, Patricia Hobgood, Nancy Mewborn, Shelton Chesson, Robert Williford, Charles Mayo, Brenda Hobgood, Mike Hardison. 108 COPY STAFF: Sherryl Oakes, Linda Lewis, Patricia PROOFREADERS: Brenda Melton, Patsy Britt, Frances Vanderburg, Evelyn Lewis. Starling, Becky Smith. ADVISORS:Mrs. Rollins, Mrs. Caldwell, Mr. Harris, Mr. Moye . B U S 1 N E S S: Rusty Duke, Susan W he le ss, Nancy H o b g o o d, Frances S ta rl ing, Eddie Jones, Evelyn Lewis, Bobby Ellis. 109 0« eteri« Mrs. Mabel Flowers Cafeteria Supervisor Lunchroom Staff aintenance rew Maid and Janitors 110 appine spending money 111 Congratu lotions From THE OFFICIALS AND OTHER CITIZENS of Formvllle, 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, Frank K. Allen Commissioners: Street Superintendent: Dr. S. H. Aycock, Jr. E. P. Freuler Cedric Davis W. C. " Lum " Wooten R . L . Smith Sam Wainwright Town Clerk and Treasurer: Carl Beaman Utilities Superintendent: James H . Pittman Chief of Police : Graham R. Creel 112 to the. graduating class things go better,! with Coke p BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Greenville, North Carolina Besf Wishes to the Students of Farmville High School THE MARLBORO INN Farmville, North Carolina DRILL TEAM ’65-’66 Linda McLawhorn Ann Bass Susan Brothers Judy Moore Pat McClain Phyl lis Griffis Chiefs Doris Wi Ikinson Jackie Newsome Betsy Carraway Phyl lis Newsome Peggy Vandiford Karen Barbour Elaine Baker Margie Dunn j i 114 Compliments of Planters Prewitt’s Warehouse Chester Worthington Chester Don Worthington B . E . Correl 1 Bill Newell Foimville, North Carolina Tommy’s Drive-In Sandwiches, Hot Dogs Hamburgers, Barbeque " Short Orders " Try our Thick Shakes, Lemonades Coca-Cola, Pepsi -Cola Milk We invite each of you to drive out to Marlboro and try our fine food. I I I 1 — " Tableware at its Finest " — Farmville, North Carolina — " The Bride ' s Store " — Williams Jewelers Senior Girls Selecting Their Sterling Silver Pattern Parker’s at Marlboro Parker Oil Company Your Sinclair Distributors Parker Grocery Company Fancy Heavy Groceries Parker Grain Company Dealer in Grain Parker Propane Gas, Inc. Well Fertilizer 115 FARMVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM ’ 65-’66 Dixon Sauls Cecil Eason George A1 len J . C . Bryant Eddie Allen Rusty Duke Ralph Mozingo Eddie Evans Garland Wainv right Carlton Teel Hayes Petteway George Thomas John Lewis George Moore Lester Wei Is Bill Creel Glenn Letchworth Louis Wi 1 loughby Coach Elbert Moye Assistant Coach Harvey Russ Scott Lang Jimmy Moore Clay Sutton Mike Hardison Harvey Winstead David Whitehead Jim Darden Tony Murphrey Grady Mosley 116 Compliments of DR. W. C. MERCER, JR. farmville, North Carolina Compliments of DR. S. H. AYCOCK, JR. 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