Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC)

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’6 " 7 Presents THE! THE3 THE T3ae F -u.3: STjLit of knowledge has become the fire by which our lives are cast: our futures are at stake. I-iOve, for us, is something new. It changes from time to time (going steady, playing the field), but it is an ever-present element. The future will bring more of its joys and sorrows into our lives. 6 rricie Seetrcli for meaning and relevance is a story of confusion, frustration, and loneliness. It is even more one of hope and renewed faith in God. Ttie Sig SesLt speaks a nonverbal language to our emotions and our feet. It says " You belong ! " but best of all, it belongs only to us and our time. SiDi37it is the inner dynamite which stirs us to action. It is the spark which holds our promise for the future. Someday its flame will be the power of the world. Action not words 9 Dedication Breetcitli. of Concern Kind.les R,esp)ect Clietrles T. Tncasier the man who has worried and prodded and must have wondered if it was worth the trouble, and we think it was, and is. the man: our principal. -A- a.nci in. is t ration 13 St-u-dent Body Beat-u-res Organizations Sp orts -A-dvertisements 21 45 63 90 109 12 Superintendent, Principal and School Board " Witlx IDeter-nciination Often Stronger PRINCIPAL: Mr. Charles Tucker PITT COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Mr. Arthur S. Alford LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD Mr. E. N. Petteway Mrs. Nellie Outland Mr. J, J. McDavid Dr. Thomas Patterson and Mr. H. B. Sugg. Not Pictured: Mr. R. C. Owens, Mr. Carter Smith, and Mr. R. V. Fiser, Chair- man. 14 Secretary, Guidance, Dietitian, Office Assistants tlian Ou.r O ' W ' n, They GrVLica.e, IDirect XJs SECRETARY: Mrs. Joan Wiggins GUIDANCE: Miss Elizabeth Edwards DIETITIAN: Mrs. Mabel Flowers OFFICE ASSISTANTS 15 Mr. E. P. Bass Mrs. Wanda Caldwell - - A Mrs. Beverly Batchelor Mr. L. A. Harris Mrs. Billie Harrison Mrs. Mary Moore Mr. Elbert Moye Mr. Gene Narmour Mrs. Hope Rollins Miss Elsie Seago 18 Mr. Tony Warren Mrs. Lurline Wheless Mr. Sam Worthington Mrs. Barbara Wooten Mr. Carroll Wooten Lab Assistants and Bus Drivers Stu-deiit -A-dixiinistrsitioii -A.ssists Feicxilty This year ' s lab assistants, under the direction of Tyndall Lewis, have done much to aid the science department. David Eason has served as business manager for the depart- ment. He is in charge of keeping records and orders for materials. The lights in the lab have burned many nights, as these students have spent extra time in assisting the department. " Honk, honk " is a familiar sound for the bus drivers who guide their clumsy buses through circuitous routes each day. Among the duties they perform are keeping accurate mileage records and keeping their buses clean. These stu- dents accept great responsibility in perform- ing this essential task and what do they get in return? —a smile of relief on a freezing morning and a well- deserved monthly check. 20 Senior Class Foised on the Lann oiling fox its Destiny SENIOR OFFICERS: President, Hayes Petteway; Vice-President, John Lewis; Secretary, Ila Sermons; Treasurer, Angie Owens; Reporter, Bobby Lovic. Jackie Allen Wayne Allen Linda Allen Ruth Allen Margaret Andrews Donnie Baker Joyce Baucom J. C. Bryant George Bell Jimmy Braxton Carl Brock Shirley Bryant Judy Carraway Howard Cooke Barbara Corbett Bobby Corbett Betsy Darden Jimmy Daughtry Linda Davenport Lukie Deal Verona Dixon A1 Drake David Eason Brenda Ellis Joyce Dunn Anna Gardner Bill Goins Jimmy Harris Tony Hardee Cherry Hardison Margaret Harris Kinney Hart r Marie Johnson Mary Lang Charles Joyner Betsy Lapp Belinda Kilpatrick Nancy Leckie Betty Jean little Paulette Little Ann Ooyd Bobby Lovic Beverly Monk Linda Meeks Judy Moore Julia Mewbom Bonnie Mosely Martha McDavid Rebecca Mosley Jackie Moye Tony Murphrey J. D. Owens Angie Owens Bill O ' Neal Larry Peaden Dorothy Nichols Jerry Owens Blanche O ' Neal Charlotte Pierce Mary Ann Peele Ila Sermons Hayes Petteway Gail Powell Larry Shreve Clay Sutton Danny Thomas Linda Tugwell Billy Tyson David Whitehead Marty Tyson Phillip Walston Lou Tyson Lester Wells Deborah Walston Ann Wilkerson Junior Class Fen -Weary yet I eady to Talce tlie Helm JUNIOR OFFICERS: President, Jimmy Moore; Vice-President, Harvey Winstead; Secretary, Lee Joyner; Treasurer, Susan Darden; Sergeant-at Arms, Buster Nanney. Donnie Allen John Baldree Leland Bagley Elaine Baker James Blalock Karen Barbour Leslie Beaman Randy Bell Larry Brock Janie Bundy Ricky Burnette Connie Corbett Jimmy Cowan Billy Craft Kenneth Cherry Linda Curry 33 Susan Darden Minerva Dupree Peggy Ellis Alice Fields Jimmy Forrest Hazel Gay Larry Gay Sarah Gorham Gwendolyn Graves Melvin Gurganus Steve Hardison Sarah Helms Jimmy Hillard Dianne Hurley Sheron Jefferson Steve Johnson 34 Glenn Johnston Frank Jones Lee Joyner Lee Lewis Elaine Joyner Jimmy Lewis Cynthia Jones Junior Lewis Sue Mitchell Jackie Moore Diane Mozingo Gail Mozingo Jimmy Moore Buster Nanney Gaile Marcum Dana Paul Oakley Carolyn Mozingo Niki Outland 35 Linda Owens Patricia Owens Thomas Purvis Glenn Shirley Diane Stox Doris Sugg George Thomas Danny Tugwell Walter Tugwell Hilda Turner Sandra Turner Olivia Tyson Tomianne Willis Connie Wooten Jimmy Wooten Billy Young Harvey Winstead 36 Sophomore Class R,eso‘UL3: ' cef‘ ' u.l - 3p iritec3. - Oynamic SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: President, Danny Griffis; Vice-President, Neal Walston; Secretary, Janice Thompson; Treasurer, Linda McLawhorn. Hilda Allen Jamie Allen Roy Lee Allen Dick Anderson Mac Bagley Bonnie Baker David Baker Ricky Baker Ann Bass Bernice Blalock Betsy Carraway Janice Calhoun Jane Craft Jean Craft Rebecca Crumpler Jane Darden Sue Davenport Dana Duke Margie Dunn Genean Dunn Linda Davenport Robbie Eason John Eastwood Willard Ellis Butch Evans Jones Fuquay Ann Gay Danny Griffis Phyllis Griffis Tony Hall Bill Hall Marlene Hardee Robert Hines Sammy Hobgood Wayne House 38 Beverly Humphrey Henry Jefferson Jo Ann Jefferson Ruth Jones Sue Joyner Jack Kite Jimmy Lang Charles Lehman Frank Lewis Morris Lewis Johnny Little Harper Manning Betty Massey Jane Matthews Clay Me Law horn Linda McLawhom Robert McLawhorn Gail Miller George Moore John Moore Johnnie Moore Donald Mooring Ronald Mooring Lou Nelson Jackie Newsome Carolyn Newton Richard Oakley Ronald Owens Ruth Peaden Bob Pierce 39 Ronnie Reel Judy Rose Ricky Shirley Vicky Shirley Bert Smith Ronnie Smith Lee Speight Pauline Stancil Elaine Stanley Patricia Starling Jimmy Sumlin Mike Taylor Mitchell Thigpen Janice Thompson Donna Tyson Lyman Tyson Wayne Vernelson Neil Walston Jo Ann Wainwright Kenneth Ward Doris Wilkerson Jean Williford Greg Wilson 40 I e ' w etnd Promising Freshman Class FRESHMAN OFFICERS; President, John Walston; Vice- President, Charles Purvis; Secretary, Valencia Willoughby; Treasurer, Carol Smith; Reporter, Kathy Owens. Catherine Allen Wilton Baker Freddie Barrett Dalton Beamon William Blair Shirley Blalock Buddy Bradshaw Mickey Bradshaw Kenneth Bryan Marvin Bryan Russell Bryan George Burnette N S ir . -ii ' Paul Cannon Ray Daniels Charles Edwards Patsy Carraway Johnny Darden William Erwin Norman Casey Jan Daughtry Randall Erwin Libby Corbett Becky Dickinson Sandra Forrest Susan Counterman Susan Dwyer David Goins Edward Dail John Eason James Grimsley 42 Richard Harris Ronald Heath Michael Hines Ann Hob good Amanda James Frederick Jefferson Henry Jenkins Richard Jones Johnnie Lewis Patricia Liles Ann Little Mitchell Lovic Lany Mewbom Jean Morris Arlene Mosley Carol Norville Debra Oakley Janice Oakley Johnnie Owens Kathryn Owens Alice Parker Carolyn Phillips Paul Pittman Linda Proctor Charles Purvis Judy Rollins Phillip Reel Fred Sauls Kenneth Saulter Rex Saulter 43 Tex Saulter William Sermons Brenda Smith Carol Smith Gwendolyn Speight Vivian Speight David Starling Patricia Strickland Frank Styers John Taylor Bobby Tugwell Cheryl Tugwell David Tugwell Lois Umphlett John Walston Ricky Tugwell Phyllis Tripp Joanne Tyndall Carol Vandiford Shelia Vandiford Wiley Tripp Deborah Laura Lee Turnage Sallie Vann Valencia Judy Vincent V ainwiight John Wainwright Vandiford Willoughby P.atricia Williford Wanda Wray William Young 44 Miss Archway -A-nne iFeele ExemiDlifies Oiar Jc ea.1 Homecoming Queen JDynsLxnlG F-inetle — list Serixions Reigns Homecoming S Dirit Flstmes Into Electric OllmsLx 1. Aon Bass 2. Patricia Owens 3o Kathy Owens 4. Mary Ann Peele 5. Valenica Willoughby 6. Bonnie Baker 7. Niki Outland 48 Marshals Serving as marshals in graduation exercises were Julia Mewbom, Susan Darden, Robbie Eason, David Eason, Jane Darden, Frank Lewis, Henry Jefferson, Jimmy Wooten, Sue Joyner, and Janice Calhoun. The selection of these marshals was in accordance with their scholastic averages, which were required to be 92 or above. Belinda Kilpatrick, chief marshal, and Margaret Andrews, assistant chief, were responsible for leading the seniors during all commencement exercises. Glvietlities of TDaose Selected Special Honors St-u-dents Honored for Sp)ecistl Tetlents Louis Willoughby was named to the All- Conference football team. George Moore acquired a position on the All-County team, while Lester Wells and Louis received honorable mention. Louis Willoughby, Lester Wells, George Moore, Wayne Vemelson, and Jimmy Hillard hold conference records in track. v-B f 1 In boys ' basketball, George Moore and Lester Wells made the All-Conference team. Lester also received All-Toumament. As for the girls, linda Allen made All-Conference while Sarah Helms and Linda made the All- Tournament. In golf, Jimm y Hillard received second place in the state qualifying match. 52 Each year four rising seniors are chosen to attend Boys ' and Girls ' State. This year Mary Lang and Deborah Walston attended Girls ' State in Greensboro which was sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Danny Thomas and Hayes Petteway were selected to attend Boys ' State in Winston-Salem which was sponsored by the American Legion. Mary Lang received the Good Citizen Award which is presented annually to a rising senior girl by the local DAR Chapter. Belinda Kilpatrick attended the Governor ' s School of N. C. Also she is a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist. 53 Key - Keyette, FFA - FHA, Deca Club Sweethearts Zdestls of F ' riendliness, Iverson. stlity The Key and Keyette chose for their sweethearts Miss Anna Gardner and Glenn Johnson. 54 Who ' s Who IDetiiiiy Tliomets list Sermons 6 OelDoretli ' Wetlstoii Clierry Hardison : 60 IDetvica. BZstson -A.ngie O ' wens i I Lester Wells 62 Student Government Association Lestciers Oirect Stviciexits’ Energies The Student Government Association provides an opportunity for students to practice self- government on the high school level. This is accomplished through a Student Council which includes the officers elected by the student body and two representatives from each homeroom. The Council is advised by Mr. Sam Worthington and led by President Danny Thomas; vice-president, Jimmy Moore, sec- retary, Mary Lang; treasurer, Jimmy Moore; and reporters, Frank Lewis and Bobby Lovic. This year the Council has completed the school ' s first handbook and sponsored Homecoming and a drive to send school supplies to soldiers in Viet Nam. 64 National Honor Society Serving etnci DMeeting tlie Clistllenge The Evelyn Joyner Chapter of the National Honor Society was formed in 1963 in honor of former teacher Mrs. Evelyn R. Joyner. The purpose of the organization is to challenge students who have displayed superior scholastic ability to seek the best in education. Students elected to the Society must have a 90 average and maintain it each semester; they must display qualities of character, leadership, scholarship, and service. The club is advised by Miss Elizabeth Edwards, Mrs. Mary Moore, and Mr. Lewis Lawrence. The officers include: Mary Lang, president; Jimmy Wooten, vice-president; Dianne Stox, secretary; Margaret Andrews, treasurer; and Sue Mitchell, reporter. Future Business Leaders of America I-jestciei ' s of Tonciorro-w’s Econonay The Future Business Leaders of America provides students interested in commerce an outlet for pursuing opportunities open in this area. The club is advised by- Mrs. Betty Fulford and MLrs. Barbara Wooten. The officers include Marie Johnson, president; Angie Owens, vice-president; Jackie Allen, secretary; Blanche O ' Neal, treasurer; Linda Letchworth, historian; and Ann Wilkerson, reporter. 67 Future Farmers of America Oown to Eartli A-mtoition One way for agriculture students to develop their interests and skills is through the Future Farmers of America. The club provides opportunity to engage in competition in various aspects of agriculture training. The club is advised by Mr. E. P. Bass and led by president, Steve Hardison; vice-president, Ricky Burnette; secre- tary, Phillip Walston; treasurer, Wayne Vernelson; reporter, Danny Tugwell; senti- nel, Glenn Shirley; and Chaplain, Kenneth Ward. 68 Future Homemakers of America F rstcticstl -A-p iDroaLCli to F’etm.ily rTeeds Prospective homemakers may gain experience in techniques of home economics through the Future Homemakers of America. The club encourages its members to seek beyond what is offered in high school courses. It is advised by Miss Elsie Seago and led by President Patricia Starling; Vice-President, Pauline Stancil; Secretary, Doris Sugg; Treasurer, Donna Tyson; Reporter, Jean Little; and Photographer, Historian, Katie Heath. 69 Future Teachers of America TsLVLglit Tociety to Teetoli Tom.oi’ro ' w Busy with preparations for a career, members of the Future Teachers of America explore the possibilities of teaching. Through informative programs, they discover aspects of training, problems, and rewards of such a career. The club is advised by Mrs. Pat Hart and led by Linda Allen, presi- dent; Janice Calhoun, vice president; Phyllis Griffis, secretary; and Ila Sermons, treasurer. 70 library Club KeeiDers of t!h.e Keys of Kno ' W ' ledge The Library Club, undoubtedly one of the most active clubs in the high school, assists Mrs. Beverly Batchelor, librarian, in operating the high school library. Student assistants perform such tasks as operating the circulation desk, cataloging books and magazines, taking inventory, and keeping the library in order. Members gain valuable knowledge through their experiences. The club is a member of the North Carolina High School Library Association. It is led by Verona Dixon, President; Hazel Gay, vice-president; Kathy Wooten, secretary; Jones Fuquay, treasurer; and Linda Meeks, treasurer. 71 Keyette O-LLtstanciing in J esidLershl’ , " Look to Keyette and you ' ll find, tomorrow ' s leaders of mankind, " is a line from the Keyette Song. It may be an overstatement, but it does express the ideals of the club. The Keyette Club, consisting of junior and senior girls chosen according to character, scholarship, leadership, co-operation and participation, does seek to instill in its girls the qualities of service which develop into leadership. The club is advised by Mrs. Pat Hart and Miss Elizabeth Edwards. Officers include: Deborah Walston, president; Kinney Hart, vice-president; Cherry Hardison, secretary; Martha McDavid, treasurer; Julia Mewborn, reporter; and Mary Lang, song leader. 72 Key ScliolarsDaip), I=eti?ticip eLtion, Coo Deration Spurred on by its promise to serv ' e, the Key Club utilizes the differing qualities of its members. Chosen for attitudes, scholarship, character, and participation, the members consider it an honor to be able to contribute their talents to the Club. Advised by Mr. Allen Benfield, the Club is a member of Key Club International. It is led by Hayes Petteway, president; Danny Thomas, vice-president; Jimmy Moore, secretary; and John Lewis, treasurer. 73 Science Club ] T£tt ir e’s 3eoi ets Liare Tliem. The Science Clubs, Jr. and Sr. , maJce up the largest and one of the most active clubs in high school. The Sr. Science Club is sponsored by Mrs. Lurline Wheless and led by David Eason, president; Harvey Winstead, vice-president; Carl Tyer, secretary; Julia Mewborn, treasurer; and Buster Narniey, reporter. The Jr. Science Club is sponsored by Mr. L. A, Harris and is led by John Eason , president; Laura Lee Turnage, vice-president; Valencia Willoughby, secretary; and Linda Proctor, reporter. 74 Math Club -A. Wor’lci of I x stcticetl -A-lDStrstctioxi I I I Analytically inclined students pursue the realm from googleplexes to derivatives through the Math Club. The club endeavors to provide its members with programs on all forms of mathematical computation. The club is advised by Mrs. Hope Rollins and Mrs. Mary Moore. Officers include Junior Lewis, Presidentj Jimmy Wooten, Vice-President; Hazel Gay, Secretary; and Sue Joyner, Treasurer. 75 Dramatics Club Znter iDreta,tions Spstrls: ResjDonse The Dramatics Club members of Farmville work toward a mastery of the Thespian art and show the abilities they have learned in several productions during the year. " The Dancers " was presented after Christmas, and at least one more one-act play was planned for the year. Maybe it was pretty far off Broadway, but director Lewis Lawrence and an enthusiastic group enjoyed it all, even when they had to be prompted. 76 Deca Club Training for tlcie Ensning Claallenge " Work, work, work " is not an uncommon saying among members of the DECA CLETB since that ' s exactly what they do. Members of the club are involved with the Distributive Education program initiated last year. Among the projects they have completed this year is a survey to indicate interest in a bakery in Farmville. The club is sponsored by Mr. Tony Warren and led by Bobby Corbett, president; Don Jefferson, vice-president; Barbara Corbett, secretary; and Janie Bundy, treasurer. 77 News ' n ' Views F ' illing XJs In on tlcie -Auction Hard work and inspira- tions of creativity characterize the News ' n ' Views Staff which publishes the five-page paper each six weeks. The editors include: Martha McDavid and Linda Allen, co- editorsj Deborah Wal- ston, managing editor; Margaret Andrews, Judy Moore, Angie Owens, assistant editors; Ila Sermons, sports editor; Mary Ann Peele, feature editor; Cherry Hardi- son, humor editor; Verona Dixon, copy editor; and Kinney Hart, exchange editor. It is advised by Mr. Lewis Lawrence. •i j Archway Staff Slst-ving, R,SLCin.g, HCopilxig, stnd. B’inetlly Sparked by the power of its theme, this year ' s Archway staff has attempted to create a yearbook of which the students of Farmville may be proud, and to portray the youth of FHS in a unique manner. Led by Margaret Andrews and Belinda Kilpatrick, the staff has fought its way to the deadline and to the completion of its " aggregate impressions of life at FHS. " Other editors include; Julia Mewbofii, business manager; Mary Lang, feature editor; Martha McDavid, sports editor; Betsy Lapp, art editor; Ila Sermons, publicity chairman; Frank Lewis, photographer; Verona Dixon, copy editor; and Kathy Wooten, proof- reader chairman. 80 1 11 t; ;- W t ' j J V.. V Glee Club Imp ressions BvLTDt le into TyflEelocly 82 " Jingle, tingle, jingle, tingle " are familiar sounds which come from the lunchroom each day as forty-one talented students succeed in creating melody. The Glee Club is directed by Mr. Gene Narmour, from East Carolina College. Lou Tyson serves as accompanist for the group. 83 Band Rliytlim. I strclies Witli tl e Sig Sou-nci Arrayed in brilliant new uniforms, the Farmville High School Band pranced through another marching season under the superb direction of Mr. William A. Glasgow. Traveling to Ayden and Greene Central, the band performed a total of eleven half-time programs under the command of Lukie Deal, drum major. The marching band is composed of thirty-three players, five majorettes, and seventeen members of the drill team. The Concert Band boasts forty-four members and has engaged in playing numerous scores during its season. ■m ■R« " ' f ■ F V " 1 " ’ I f MttSsssssssSSss 9fl 4 7 Majorettes F’lSLStiing Entertainment TTiis year ' s majorettes spiced up half-times and parades with a d3,s ' h of colorful entertainm. nt. jLong hours of practice and new uniforms characterized the squad. ' " The high-steppers, under the leadership of chief Eelyida Kilpatrick, are Janice Thompson, assistant chief; Anna Gardner, Cherry Hardison, and Betsy Lapp. Drill Team I Colorftil CoriDS Enliven Hstlftimes Precision marching, showy routines, new uniforms — the drill team boasted all of this during its second year of adding sparkling variety to the band ' s performances. Lovely Mrs. Pat Woodside sponsored the team consisting of Jackie Newsome, chief; Carol Smith, assistant chief; and fifteen more lively prancers. 88 Cheerleaders Ex-uLlDerarLce Kincailes 3pi3cit Ruth Allen Susan Darden Niki Outland Rebecca Mosley 90 Headed by Ila Sermons and aided by Mrs. Carroll Wooten, this year ' s cheering squad has done an out- standing job supporting Red Devil teams. The squad, composed of eight girls other than Ila and mascot Sandy Fulford, has gone all out to kindle both spirit and sportsmanship in spectators as well as players. Sponsored for the first time, the cheerleaders have added a demerit system to insure utmost participation in the squad. Their energy and pep have been unfailing as they have given undying support to the various teams. 91 Football Red Devil GS-rid-ders E3cp lode -witli Energy 93 94 The 1966 Red Devils ended the season with a 5-5 record. Under the guidance of Head Coach Elbert Moye and Assistant Coach Carroll Wooten, the Devils won their first five outings. But after a 32 to 6 pasting by archrival Ayden and a rash of injuries, the Devils never regained their early season form and lost their last games. The future is bright, however, for next year, with experienced players returning at all positions. The offense was led by the powerful running of seniors Louis Willoughby and Lester Wells and sophomore George Moore. Sophomore Henry Jefferson offered strong blocking from his tackle position. Outstanding defenders were seniors Jackie Moye, Tony Murphrey, Hayes Petteway; juniors George Thomas, and sophomore Mike Taylor. Farmville 6 Farmville 48 Farmville 19 Farmville 41 Farmville 27 Farmville 6 Farmville 0 Farmville 13 Farmville 13 Farmville 0 Hobbton 0 New Hope 6 Robersonville 7 C. B. Ay cock 13 Bath 6 Ayden 32 North Lenoir 12 Greene Central 32 Four Oaks 19 Northern Nash 19 95 Boys ' Basketball 1 1 I This year ' s Red Devil eager s, under Coach Allen I, Benfield for the first time, proved to be a ready opponent. The team had several narrow escapes, a few heartbreak- ing losses, and a couple of overtimes to keep them on edge. Twice the team was kept alert by Charles B. Aycock. The Devils took the opening decision by a 48 to 46 score, j Devils Rian R,a,miDa,nt but fell in an overtime when they traveled to Aycock ' s I home court. North Lenoir also gave the basketeers a scare when they invaded the Devil ' s home court. The Farmville team was behind by one at the end of the first quarter and still trailed by a point at the half. North Lenoir drew out their lead to six by the end of the third period of action. The , Devils then came alive and hit for twenty points in the final quarter to ' squeak by with a score of 54 to 50. 96 Later in the season the Red Devils played a hair-raising game against Greene Central. The nip and tuck battle found FHS a point behind at the end of the first quarter. The half ended with the margin of difference remaining the same. Greene Central then made a bid for glory as they drew away from the home team by five at the end of the third period. But the Devils bounced back to tie it up and play was forced into an overtime. Farmville controlled the tap and played control ball. It looked as if a double overtime would be necessary, since both teams seemed unable to score. Finally a Greene Central player fouled Farmville ' s A1 Drake. A1 tossed in the free throw and the Devils emerged triumphant by a score of 59 to 58. 97 The team has proved to be a good representative of the school as it displayed the sportsmanship and fair play of a truly great team. 98 99 Girls ' Basketball J SLcXy Oevils Frove To Be Bo ' werf‘u.11 Boes This year ' s Lady Devils have shown themselves to be a power that is to be reckoned with. Under their new coach, Carroll Wooten, the cagers rolled up four straight victories to start off the season. After dropping the next two to North Lenoir and North Nash, the team once again went on the rampage and racked up even more victories and a few losses. The fact that half a season was successfully completed without a star scorer is testimony to the teamwork dis- played by t h e girls. A strong first string and a strong bench have gradually emerged from the girls who made the team. The games were not all calm wins or losses. Several times the teams went right down to the wire. The third game of the season, against Winterville, was such a con- test. The Lady Devils won that one by a score of 34 to 30. Another such meeting came when the Farmville team traveled to Ayden to take on their traditional rivals. After a nerve-racking game, the Devils came out on top by a slim two point margin, downing the Tornadoes by a score of 31 to 29. An exciting season and an exciting team will long be remembered, not only for their victories but also for their teamwork and their sportsmanship. This year ' s team has been a fine representative of the ideals of Framville High. 101 Track Exertion Enrsts into Snccess The track team of the 1966 season was really explosive as it worked its way to a conference champion- ship. The cindermen suffered only one defeat, which was to Grifton, a nonconference opponent. The success of the team may be attributed in part to the number of conference record holders who helped compose it. The records for the 220 and the 100 yard dashes are held by Louis Willoughby, who also helped Jimmy Hillard, George Moore, and Lester Wells capture the conference record for the 880 relay. Glenn Letchworth holds the record for the discus. These are the members that re- ceived special laurels. However, without the hard work and determination of an entire team, plus a good coach, a winning team would not have been possible. 102 103 Baseball I Bat Alexi S ' wrin.g into -A.ction I i 104 The 1966 Red Devil baseball team got their first taste of the 2 -A Eastern Plain Con- ference as they compiled a 8-6 season. The " diamond Devils " won their first game against Four Oaks by a score of 10 to 5, but they lost the next two matches against Greene Central and North Johnson by scores of 3 to 11 and 2 to 11, respectively. The team then stormed back with a 8 to 1 victory over Hobbton, only to drop the following two games against North Lenoir and Charles B. Aycock by scores of 6 to 8 and 2 to 13. Once again the Devils rallied against New Hope to take a 4 to 2 decision. Then, as if following a pattern, they lost the next two matches against Four Oaks and North Johnson by respective scores of 3 to 5 and 4 to 11. The team then broke loose on a rampage that saw the remaining five opponents fall before them. Hobbton fell at 10 to 2, Greene Central by a score of 4 to 3, North Lenoir by 7 to 6, Charles B. Aycock at 6 to 4, and New Hope by a 7 to 6 score. 105 Golf Winging Tlieir Wsty into tliie Sp otliglit As golf season rounds the corner, the FHS team swings into action under Coach Allen Benfield. As golf coach for the first time this year, Mr. Benfield will be aided by the services of the Farmville Country Club pro, Ken Worthington. When the season gets underway, there will be five lettermen returning to compete for the number one spot on the team. They will be pushed hard by the other team members as they also compete for the number one ranking. The team is looking forward to a good year this year. Last year they sent a player, Jimmy Hillard, to the state match, and this year they hope to continue their excel- lent showing in the sport called golf. Junior Varsity Training for tlie F-u-tnre Coached by Allen Benfield, the Farmville Junior Varsity Team ended with a record of three wins and three losses. The J.V. ' s won over Robersonville once and Ayden twice. Under the over- powering forces of Grifton, North Lenoir, and Robersonville, the team fell to defeat. The J.V, cheerleaders gave much spirit and support to their team. This year Carol Smith and Valencia Willoughby, co-heads, led eight vivacious girls in the cheers. They are as follows: Laura Tumage, Becky Dickerson, Arlene Mosley, Kathy Owens, Paula Batts, Becky Perkins, Leslie Smith, and Sarita Hardy. East-Brealcing F ' ive F’ind Sixccess Coach Elbert Moye did an out- standing job this year, molding the Junior Varsity team into an exciting, cohesive unit. In the beginning of the season, play was frequently ragged and the boys were inconsistent, but the team found itself during mid- season and won its last nine games, ending the season with an overall record of 10 wins and 4 losses. Coach Moye ' s fast -breaking five was certainly the best Junior Varsity group in many years. Their perfor- mances frequently pleased the crowds as much as they did the Varsity. The big men up front, Charles Purvis, George Burnett, and Charles Lehmann, did most of the rebounding and scoring, while Neal Walston, Fred Sauls, and Robbie Eason led the floor play. The bench was strong, too, and little difference could be seen when the substitutes entered the lineup. Tlie Officia.l3 etnd. Otli.er Citizens of F’a,x ixi " V " ille I-ielp tlie Finest To-wn in tli.e Sontli The officials and other citizens of Farmville send their congratulations to the Senior Class. They are constantly striving to help make Farmville the finest town and community in the entire South, They urge the Farmville youth to make Farmville their permanent home after their education is completed. Farmville ' s officers are Mayor, Frank Allenj Commis- sioners, Dr. S.H. Aycock, Jr., Cedric Davis, W. C. " Lum " Wooten, R. L. Smith, and Sam Wainwright| Town Clerk and Treasurer, Carl Beamon; Street Superintendent, E, P. Freuler; Utilities Superintendent, James H. Pittman; and Chief of Police, Graham R. Creel. no n)r. J. I e-wlDom Tine Boole Betm Dr. J. M. Mewbom congratulates the 1967 The Book Bam, located on 123 East graduating class. 5th Street, is North Carolina ' s most unique book store. They have a complete stock of novels, non- fiction, textbooks, cards, study guides, and school supplies. Bollin’s Sliop) RoUin ' s Cleaners, on West Wilson Street inFarmville, offers the finest in laundry and dry-cleaning services. Also, they carry a variety of sewing notions and materials and feature telegraph service. They extend their best wishes to the Senior Class and invite every- one to take advantage of their services and products. Beele’s SxxjDiDly Store Peele ' s Supply Store, located in Fountain, North Carolina, has a com- plete line of general merchandise. They extend their best wishes to the Senior Class and invite you to visit them. Booses 5 cfe lO Roses Stores, Inc. is lo- cated on Main Street in Farmville, North Carolina. They have a varied selec- tion of toys, n o-v e It i e s, candies, and records. Visit Roses for moderately- priced merchandise. s cfe b: Cleaners S H Cleaners, lo- cated on South Main Street, offers the best in dry cleaning. Owned and operated by Mr. Walter Blackley, they feature fast and effi- cient service. William’s cJe ' STveler’s William ' s Jewelers, located in the central part of Farmville, offers a wide selection of gifts for all oc- casions. They have the finest in tableware and a complete stock of gifts for the bride -elect. Ill Drill Teetm 112 FoTJ-ntain cfic Iconics Fountain and Monk ' s Warehouse of Farmville invites everyone to sell his tobacco at the warehouse where higher prices are found for tobacco crops. %tA f City 3Dx -Lig Co. The City Drug Company has a complete line of cosmetics, camera supplies, maga- zines, candies, and soft drinks. Visit them often for friendly service in filling your prescriptions. G-etmer Gets Co. Centre Hetrci ' W ' etre Gamer Gas Company congratulates the Senior Class. Centre Hardware has all the needs for farmers, gardeners, and carpenters. Visit them and see their complete stock of merchandise. 113 Betson IS otoi s Eason Motors of 133 West Wilson Street, Farmville, N.C. is your friendly Chrysler, Plymouth, Valiant, and Barracuda dealer. They are the dealers of all Gulf products. Good management and friendly personnel enable them to give expert service to your car. Lynn Eason invites you to come in and see his complete stock of automobiles. Call SK3 -3440 for complete automotive service. Bonnie’s Cstfe Bonnie ' s Cafe accommodates the entire public with delicious home style cook- ing. Complete dinners are served in the friendly atmosphere of the Pine or Ruby Room. Enjoy fine food daily at Bonnie ' s located on 114 North Main Street in Farmville. Ceciric Da, vis Cedric Davis is your local agent for Morris Gold Bond, Vertagreen, and Armour fertilizers. He may be contacted at 112 West Wilson Street. Phone SK3-4520 for farm needs. Tlie Sliacfe: I oore’s Blorist Moore ' s Florist located on 105 East Church Street offers attractive floral arrangements for any occasion. They are members of the Florist ' s Telegraph Delivery and they send flowers world-wide. For quick ser- vice call SK3-3056. The Shack, located on South Fields Street Exten- sion, invites everyone t o come out and enjoy their hot dogs and hamburgers. ]BlliS’S eT©‘W©lX 37 ' For expert watch repair visit Ellis Jewelers located on East Wilson Street in Farmville. You will find fine jewelry at moderate prices. Brody’s Brody ' s of Greenville has a complete line of the latest fashions for school and special occasions. For the finest in ladies ' apparel, visit Brody ' s at 422 Evans Street or Pitt Plaza. 114 Slioe Store Larry ' s Shoe Store, located at 431 Evans Street in Greenville, North Carolina, has the area ' s finest selection of shoes. It is Larry ' s of Green- ville for the whole family ' s shoes. R.eci’s R.etciio cfe T " V " R,ep eLir Red ' s Radio and T. V. Repair provides you with sales and service for the products they sell. They are your Admiral, Motorola, Norge dealer. Prompt service and dependable repairs. They are located on Home Ave. Phone SK3-3074. The Marlboro Inn, located at Marlboro, provides comfortable accommodations for the traveler or visitor. With 34 air-conditioned units, they seek to please their customers. Other conveniences include television and a swimming pool. !F ' a.r in ' ville Toylstnca. Farmville Toyland offers a variety of toys for all ages. Records and sports equip- ment for all occasions may be found in Farmville ' s unique toy center. The only place where you spend a dollar and get back a buck is Farmville Toyland. I-je-wis einci R,OTj.se Lewis and Rouse of Farmville, N. C. send their compliments to the faculty and to the graduating class of Farmville High School. 115 116 IDr. W. C. IMIercex Ji? Dr. W. C. Mercer extends compli- ments to the graduating class of Farmville High School. Wooten Oil Com Dstny Wooten Oil Company is located on East Wilson Street in Farm- ville. They provide fuel oil and kerosene. Metered trucks and tickets provide you with fast service. Dial SK3-3900. I-iee’s I War-elio-ULse Lee ' s W a re ho us e of Farmville is located on South Main Street. Their aim is to serve the farmer better. They have 5 sets of buyers. For information Dial SK3-4347. Z-jctng’s Lang ' s General Mer- chandise is located on N. Main Street in Farmville. They carry all general merchan- dise for the home and for the farmer. Owned and operated by Tommy Lang, it car- ries the finest in men ' s and women ' s wearing apparel. -AJ.len c eJones Allen and Jones are ready to serve the en- tire family. Whether the needs are toys for the kiddies, gifts for friends, or furniture for the home, you can find them at 113 N. Main Street in Farmville. I ieller’s Store Heller ' s Department Store is located in the heart of Farm- ville. A friendly staff which is anxious to serve you will help you to meet your clothing needs. Visit them to look over their stock. IBTJ.S station The managers of the Farmville Bus Station will gladly help you plan a trip or send a package. " Service with a smile " is their slogan. It is located on the comer of Main and Belcher Street in Farmville. GREENVILLE. NORTH CAROLIN E 117 ' yVeBtem Auito Store 1 Western Auto is your dealer for tires, bat- ' | teries, radios, home and auto supplies, i| bicycle and sporting goods. They are located [ i on 109 North Main Street, Farmville, North [ | CaroHna. Dial SK3-3170. I I i " Vy alter B. Jones Co. Bray’s R:,esta irant Ray ' s Restaurant of 101 Main Street of Farmville, North Carolina, is the home of fine foods in Farm- ville. It is located in the heart of Farmville. Ray ' s extends its best wishes to the Senior Class. Walter Jones Office Supplies store is located on East Wilson Street in Farmville, For the best in office equipment, see Walter Jones Office Supplies, Nassif Cannon Nassif Cannon Department store is located at 102 South Main Street in Farmville, North Carolina. They welcome you to come in anytime and look over their fine selection of clothing. They extend their best wishes to the graduating class of 1967 . Florence IS ayo Co. Florence-Mayo Company, located on May Street in Farmville, North Carolina, has had thirty -two years of progress. They send their congratulations to the Senior Class. Br. Fa,TjLl EL Jones H esqjert dental work is needed go to see Dr, Paul E. Jones located S02 North Main Street. To make an appoint- ment call SK 3-3539. Proctor ' s of Greenville has attractive and stylish clothes for the college boy and clothes f or conscious man of today ' s society. Uncle Scrappy isasists that all his customers be com- pletely satisfied or re- turn their purchase. 118 Tony’s Tlsliing Womis Tony ' s Fishing Worms is the supplier of the best live bait in this area. Mr. Tony Hardee is ready, willing, and able to serve you with your fishing needs. Phone SK3-3485. C. -A.. I-iilley Mr. C. A. Lilley congratulates the senior class. Tlie Grlstmonr Beetnty The Glamour Beauty Shop of East Wilson Street in Farmville, North Carolina, has esqjerienced operators. They are always ready to serve you. Call SK3-4366 for ap- pointments. They also extend their best wishes to the Senior Class of ' 67. I oore’s Gr-u-lf Stcttion Moore ' s Gulf Station located at Marlboro offers fast and friendly service. Horace G. Moore strives to please the customer. Moore ' s Gulf has a fine variety of gro- ceries. For the best in Gulf products visit Moore ' s Gulf Station. I ep)si-ColSL Bottling Co. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company is located in Greenville, North Carolina. They are famous for their " Pepsis " and " Mountain Dews. " They make the best soft drinks in the land ! Their refreshing cola is sold at all local stores, and they urge you to drink and enjoy the best-liked beverage in the land — Pepsi. 119 T3ne Stistmr-oclc The Shamrock Restaurant is the home of quality food. You can enjoy delicious meals in a pleasant atmosphere. Call for prompt delivery service. The Shamrock, owned and operated by Roland Lang, is located on the 264 By-Pass. SteinlDeclc’s Steinbeck ' s of Greenville, located on 427 Evans Street is the house of fine clothes. They invite the high school, college, and businessman to come in and look over their fine selection of suits, ties, shirts, and colognes. They alter the clothes they sell. C. PIet ex ' F ' OTloes C. Heber Forbes in Greenville has exclusive ap- parel for ladies. Vanity Fair and Hollywood Vaserette, are quality name brands of the lingerie they carry. Smart McMullen and Evan Picone Sports wear outfits are sold at reasonable prices. A complete line of Cosmetics and attrac- tive costume jewelry may be found at Eastern North Carolina ' s most exclusive ladies ' shop. J. X. Sr. Mrs. J. I. Morgan, Sr. extends congrat- ulations to the 1966-67 graduating class. FojDe’s Oime Store Pope ' s Dime Store located on North Main Street in Farmville, North Carolina is Farmville ' s finest dis- count store. XX. O. Betldree H. O. Baldree well diggers are located on 264 By-Pass. K you want a well dug well call SK3-3096. They offer well digging and boring service. Kne’s F lietrmstcy Kue ' s Pharmacy, located on South Main Street in Farmville, N. C. , has a complete line of pharma- ceutical supplies. They offer a vari- ety of well-known cosmetic brands. School Supplies, cards for all occa- sions, and books and magazines, may be purchased at Farmville ' s new and modem phar- macy. They urge you to come and visit them soon. 120 Collins Sind AilcmeLn Collins Aikman Bangor Division of Farmville is located on the 264 By-Pass. It is one of the twenty Collins Aikman plants in the United States and Canada. Being leaders in the production of textiles in North Carolina, they strive to build the community, and the people they are associated with. 121 Jo 3 riiex ’s Sliop Joyner ' s Men ' s Wear is located on Main Street in Farmville. They have a complete line of stylish clothes for men and boys and urge you to visit them. I-iO-u-is Co ' wgtn For more vitality and the best in health, rely on fresh, wholesome Sealtest Milk. See Louis Cowan, your local dealer, or call SK3 3738. C cSc H IBeLrlDer- SliOjD C H Barber Shop in Farmville has a new shop to give you a restful time when you let your hair down. Located on Main Street, they pro- vide professional service from the best of barbers. Oliver 1 -u.rxDlirey Co. Oliver Muphrey Transfer Co, is located on Highway 258 North in Farmville. Their trucks will carry anything anywhere. Betlcer’s Self Service Baker ' s Self Service, located at Marl- boro, offers complete grocery needs for the housewife and quality automotive products for the car owner. Planter ' s and Prewitts Warehouse in Farmville has plenty of space for prompt service in meeting the farmer ' s needs. Located on the 264 By-Pass, they have spacious parking area. Expert management renders it the ideal place to sell your crop. 122 FoTj-ntstin I otor Co Fountain Motor Company in Fountain offers the best in used cars for the pro- spective buyer. Offering a wide selection, they invite you to stop by and view their varied supply. 3 Tgttion ' wicie Insu-retrLce Co. Nationwide Insurance Company offers complete coverage for the home, car and personal needs. Contact Joe Griffith for complete information on their policies. WF-A-Gr R,eLCiio For the most complete news, the best music, or a report on the latest sports tune in to WFAG Radio Station— 1250 on your dial. WFAG sponsors public service announcements daily and they strive to please their listeners. WFAG is located on the North Main Street Ex- tension and is operated by Carl Venters. cJe’wel Box Cliemicetl The Jewel Box is the finest jewelry store in this area. Come in and see their fine line of jewelry, records and gifts. Royster Chemical Company of Farm- ville, N. C. sends their congratulations to the graduating class of 1967, Stan’s Cycle Center Stan ' s Cycle Center of Greenville, N. C. invites everyone to come by and see his Hondas and Yohama cycles. They send to the class of 1967 their congratulations. 123 Cocet-Colet Bottling Co. The Coca-Cola Bottling Company is located on 630 Pitt Stree t in Greenville, N. C. It is knov;n for its refreshing " Coca-Colas " as well as " Tabs " and " Sprites " — all of which have " that taste you never get tired of. " 124 1 IDon Brya n’s G-rocery Don Bryan ' s Grocery located on South Main Street has a variety of choice meats and vegetables. They are knownfortheir prompt delivery service. R. C. Bottling Co. The Royal Crown Cola Bottling Company of Greenville, North Carolina would like to extend their best wishes to the Senior Class of 1967. They would like to remind every- body to drink Royal Crown Cola, the best by taste -test. I_i fe lyfll Sliell Station L. M, Shell Station on North Main Street offers quality Shell products and service at moderate prices. Taylor Clie-vr olet Co. Taylor Chevrolet Company in Snow Hill has a fine selection of new and used cars. Their auto-parts center has parts for all cars. Clreerleader ' s 19Se-’ST .A-tlas Service Station For quality Atlas gasoline visit the Atlas Service located on Highway 258. They offer a 2(t discount per gallon if you fill your car. Barry’s Bestanrant Harry ' s Restaurant, located on Main Street in Snow Hill, features broiled steaks and other home-style cooking. For the utmost in dining pleasure, visit Harry ' s. F’lrst I ettioTia.1 The First National Banlcof EastemNorth Carolina, located on 200 South Main Street in Farmville, is always ready to serve you in all your banking needs. I ozingo cfe Tre ' va.tli.a.n’s For delicious bread, pies, cakes, and pastries visit West End Bakery located on 1808 Dickinson Avenue, Greenville. Smith A " S el-verton Smith and Yelveiton, located on Main Street in Fountain, has general merchandise to meet the farmers ' and housewives ' needs. Call them at SH-9-3121. Mozingo and Trevathan ' s is your local dealer for Dixie Fertilizers and Farm Supplies. They stock a complete line of groceries and general mer- chandise. 126 I etrm ' V’ille I ' orci Farmville Ford Company is located on North Main Street in Farmville. They have a complete line of new and used cars. Setrell’s 3 Teecilecr eLft Sarell ' s Needlecraft located on 521 Cotanche Street in Greenville invites you to visit their modem shop and see their variety of knitting yams, needle points, and embroidery supplies. E. E. Ellis Sodet Sliop) E. E. Ellis Soda Shop has a variety of soft drinks and snacks for its welcome customers. A selec- tion of books and magazines is found at " Foun- tain ' s friendly soda shop. " Cetrolinet Oetiry For Grade " A " Milk and Dairy Products contact Carolina Dairies on the Ayden Highway in Greenville. 127 C. lEw onlc cfe Oo. t¥t¥MW i ’ ' ' M QUHfHihnHmfnhi Wi i A. C. Monk Company, Inc. , located on 401 West Home Avenue in Farmville, extends their best wishes to t h e students and faculty of Farmville High School. 128 Tyson’s cJe-w elers S3: si: G ic nualli}OC. Gaflfl The Pappagallo Gallery is located in the College Shop in Greenville. Visit them and see their selection of stylish and comfortable shoes. IVIolDil Cli.em.icetl Co. Mobil Chemical Company extend sincere congratulations to the graduating class of Farmville. Tyson ' s Jewelers of Main Street in Farmville invites everyone to visit his shop and see his complete stock of jewelry, silver, china, and gifts. Belle— Tyleir ’s Belk Tyler ' s of Farmville has a complete line of clothes for the entire family. Friendly service in Farmville ' s largest department store make shopping at Belk Tyler ' s a pleasure for everyone. 129 Jimmy I_ie-vsris’ Service Station. The Jimmy Lewis Service Station extends best wishes to the Senior Class. F . C. Ovrens Grocery F. C. Cwens Grocery, located in Fountain, would like to express their best wishes to the Seniors. 3 Tell’s Beanty SlaoiD Nell ' s Beauty Shop in Farmville is al- ways ready to serve the girls of FHS. They are competent operators who know their work. B,. Gar a.ner cfc Co. R. A. Gardner and Company is located in Fountain, North Carolina. For your general merchandise shopping, visit them soon. X orman R. Gard.ner Insnrance -A.gency Norman A. Gardner Insurance Agency, located in Fountain, North Carolina, has all your hail and crop insurance needs. Call at Sherwood 9-3331. Mr. Gardner would like to extend his best wishes to the students. X ' Te-wton ' B BLed " Wliite Newton ' s Red White grocery store is located on Wilson Street, They have a large selection of fine foods to fit the family needs. Bell’s areliouLse Bell ' s Warehouse on Belcher Street in Farmville is always ready to serve the fanners to the best of their ability. Bell ' s is noted for having a good sale each and every day. Owned and operated by the BeU Brothers, they serve the people of this area. 130 FCX G-rain FCX grain-marketing service is located on South Fields Street Extension. John J. Barefoot is a very efficient manager who is eager to please his customers. IvIcOavica. -A-ssooiates McDavid Associates located on North Main Street is THE Engineering firm of Farmville. They are known as a reputable firm. Dial 753-4227 for an appointment for your needs. F ' etx ' iin Service Center Station The Farm Service Center Station lo- cated on Highway 222, extends its best wishes to the students of FHS. Carolina Office cSc EQ,-uLip ment Co. Carolina Office Equipment Com- pany on 306 Evans Street in Green- ville is the place to get your school supplies. Biggs Dmg Store Biggs Dmg Store on 300 Evans Street in Greenvil le is the place to have all your prescriptions filled. They have a competent pharmacist on duty at all times. Biggs would like to express their best wishes to the students. IS asliTonm BlnmlDing and Beating Mashbum Plumbing and Heating Company congratulates the Class of ' 67. Ivey Co-ward Co. The Ivey Coward Company congratulates the class of ' 67. 131 FixmitTj.x e Co. The Farmville Furniture Company on Main Street in Farmville has a fine selection of furniture for every room in your house, Drexel, Heritage, and Henderson furniture are name brands found here. It features interior deco- rating, and fine china and silver may be purchased at the elegant gift shop. JDir. S. ti. -A-ycocIte Jr. Dr, S. H. Aycock, Jr., congratulates the Senior Class. The Snooty Fox at 203 East 5th Street, offers fine sports v ear for the sports- minded woman. Dial PL8-4061 for the finest in clothes. Tomnay’s Dx i-v " e— In. Tommy ' s Drive-In in Marlboro is the place for the high school set. Tommy ' s offers a friendly atmos- phere and good food. BlOTj-nt cfe Co. Blount Harvey and Company is the main center for young men ' s and women ' s apparel. Their new air- conditioned store is located at 328 Evans Street, Greenville, N. C. eJacl?::son’s Slioe Store Jackson ' s Shoe Store of Greenville is located on 400 1 2 Evans Street. Give your feet a treat and stop in at Jackson ' s. All name brands in stock, including Hushpuppies and Wingtips. Oixtland’s Barloer SlioiD Outland ' s Barber Shop offers the kind of service that makes its pa- trons become friends. Expert work and warm hospitality are found here. Oxxlce STjLiclc P ontietc Co. Duke Buick Pontiac Company is located on the 264 By- pass in Farmville. Stop in and see the new fine-tuned Buick and the new wide-track Pontiac. They service what they sell. 133 Parker ' s Oil Company is located at Marlboro, For the finest in metered delivery of gaso- line, kerosene oil, and fuel oil contact Parker Oil Company. IMaamie’s Beet ity H. IDwI. 3Moore W laoleBa-le H. M. Moore Wholesale Company is located on Lee Drive in Farmville, They supply you with goods at wholesale prices. Call H, M. Moore at SK3 3133. Mamie ' s Beauty Shop is located on 405 Grimmereburg Street in Farmville, North Carolina. For the latest in hairstyling by a complete staff of experienced stylists, visit Mamie ' s Beauty Shop, Tlie of Fetrin-ville The Bank of Farmville located on North Main Street was established in 1904 and is a mem- ber of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. It is a good place to do a 1 1 your banking. Look to the time and temperature sign for friendly service. 134 Tlie Tij-mstge Co. The Tumage Company provides everything a farmer needs. They supply general mer- chandise, hardware, building supplies, dry goods, groceries, feeds, and seeds. The Tumage Implement Co. is your dealer for International tmcks and implements and Farmall tractors. Tumage Milling Co. sup- plies Purina Chows, custom grind mix, and feed mill service. 135 Brstciy’s BsLrt eciTae J. R. Brady, owner and proprietor of Brady ' s Barbecue, serves delicious meals featuring pit barbecue. Edgecom-lDe Bstnlc cfe TruLst Co. Edgecombe Bank Trust Co. in Foimtain is the FULL SERVICE BANK. Phone: 749-4211 or 749-4411. cJefferBon Florist Nxirsery Jefferson Florist Nursery, located on West 5th Street Extention in Greenville, has a fine selection of floral needs. 136 Pletx ' X’y cJ- Byers Inc. Harry J. Byers, of Farmville, located on Highway 264 By-pass, is a contractor. He would like to extend his compli- ments to the Class of 1967. Foxintetin IVIilling Co. Fountain Milling Company offers the highest prices for your com and soybeans. Located on Highway 258, they are dealers of quality feeds. LUHBER BUILDING SUPPLY CENTER Wiclces I-i-uLmTDer cfe Bnilciing 3-u.iDiDly Wickes Lumber and Building Supply is lo- cated on the 264 By-pass west of Farmville. They sell wholesale goods and specialize in service. Wliite Concrete White Concrete Co. , division of the main plant in Greenville, is located on Highway 258 South. They have prompt and efficient service. " R. I_i. SmitDn Feed Com.p eLrL3r R. L. Smith Feed Company, located on East Wilson Street in Farmville, has farm supplies to meet the farmers needs. W. E. ForlDes W. F. Forbes extends congratulations to the Senior Class. Fitt Grreene Electric I eint ex sliiiD Co. Pitt Greene Electric Membership Co-Company serves Pitt and Greene Counties with electrical power. They congratulate the Senior Class. Fitt CoTJ.nty TretrLsp ortsttion Co. Pitt County Transportation Company serves the public with its efficient trucking service. They send their congratulations to the ' graduates of 1967. 138 Formica, Formica Corporation, a subsidiary of Cyanamid, is located in Farmville, North Carolina. They are quality producers of flakeboard in this area. Phone SK3-3 154 or write P. O. Box 229 in Farmville for more information. Heilig layers Heilig -Myers, located at 117 East 3rd Street in Greenville, North Carolina, is your quality fur- niture dealer in this area. Stop by and see them sometime. iNortli StSLte G-a,rmet Co. North State Garment Factory is located at Marlboro. They manufacture clothes of all types. They invite you to come by and visit them. Or. AlTcert W ' . Sm.itli eJr. 139 Dr. Albert Smith, veterinarian, located on Highway 258, extends congratulations to the 1966-67 graduating class. cJ. H. Harris c Son J. H. Harris and Son invite you to shop at their clothing store for moderately priced goods. They are located at 100 South Main Street. Stop in and see their varied selections of merchandise. i i Mormac ' s, located on North j Main Street, has a complete [ selection of office and school j supplies. They are equipped to j handle all printing needs. I ! I I j orettes F ' arm ' srille IPaint Store Visit the Farmville Paint Store, 103 East Wilson Street for art supplies, attractive ceramics, and supplies for all your paint- ing needs. Call them at 753-3595. SinitDa Oonglas Smith-Douglas Company, located at 113 East Wilson Street, will help the farmer to produce better crops. They offer choice fertilizer and top dressing. The Maola Company of Wilson, N. C. has the best in dairy prod- ucts. They urge every- one to try their deli- cious milk and ice cream. They send their congratulations to the Senior Class. S3aa,c3s:lef ord’s Sli-OiD-w-ortli ir’ood Store For e}q3ert automobile service, visit James O. Shackleford located at Lang ' s Crossroads. They carry a variety of soft drinks, snacks, and groceries. KC. X_.. Hodges Co. H. L. Hodges Company in Green- ville is the complete store for team outfitting in all sports. They carry a line of sporting goods for the out- doorsman. Dial PL2-4156 for infor- mation on their products. Edge Brotliers I_j ximlDer Co. Edge Brothers Lumber Company, located on Highway 258, specializes in buying standing timber. For outstanding service call SH 7-3602. Ormond Wliolesale Co. Ormond Wholesale Company, located on 1901 Dickinson Avenue in Greenville offers a variety of foods and merchan- dise at wholesale prices. Harrel Holden Harrel Holden Hardware Store of Snow Hill features building materials, hardware, seeds, and farm machinery. To fill your farm needs, contact them at SH 7-3685 in Snow Hill. 141 IL-i. 1-1. Co. L. L. Muiphrey of lizzie invites everyone to shop at his modem station. He offers a complete line of staple foods and general merchandise. Jnsu-r-stnce -A-gency Home Mutual Insurance Agency of 120 North Main Street will assist you in setting up an insurance policy to meet your needs. Wliite’s Stores White Stores Inc. of Greenville offers whole- sale and retail selling. Their general offices and warehouses are located on 601-6 07 Dickerson Avenue. Shop White ' s stores and use their free parking lot. Blou-xit Hstr ' vey Im.p leinent Co. Blount-Harvey Implement Co. of Greenville offers Massey Ferguson sales and service. They carry the world ' s most famous combines and the only tractors with the Massey Ferguson system. G-reene Cou-nty F’lorist -A-llen Betrloee Greene Coimty Florists owned and operated by Mrs. L. W. Edwards has flowers for all occasions. Contact them day and night at SH 7-3519 in Snow Hill. Allen Barbee is the district representa- tive for Herff -Jones Co. , Clint W. Lee Co., Collegiate Cap Gown. , and Hunter Publishing Co. He has been serving schools for over thirty years. 142 F’SLX ' r-ior- cfe Sons Inc. R,igg’s PIouLse I estefu.x etnt Silo I estetnra nt Tlie Co-Ea. Located in Greenville are three of the best restaurants in this area. The Co-Ed, Silo, and Riggs House restaurants, owned by R. L. Lloyd, each boast of the finest foods to be found. The Riggs House and Co-Ed are opened 24 hours for the zenith of service. Dine in a friendly atmosphere and enjoy quality foods at any of these outstanding businesses. Farrior Sons, found on West Wilson Street, are general contractors. They are ready to build your house or do your milling for you. Call SK 3-4572. Oil IRefining Co. Morgan Oil and Refining Co. in Farm- ville are dealers in fertilizers, coal, fuel oils, cotton, soybeans, and com. For information. Dial SK 3-3183. Fitt Coxxnty TreinsiDor-teLtion cfe -A-ixto Oeetlers -A..SS oci eiti on Pitt County Transportation and Auto Dealer Association compliments Farm- ville High School Seniors. 143 Sp)eiglit Service Center Speight ' s Service Center, located on Wilson Street in Farmville, is known for its prompt, efficient service and its full stock of automotive supplies. R onse P rintery Rouse Printery is located on Main Street in Farmville. Its competent staff of workers is known for its publication of the Enterprise . Rouse Printery offers complete service for printing needs. eJ-V. Clieerleetciers ■- , " i ; ' -A-VLtomotive S xr r5ly Company Automotive Supply Company on Wilson Street in Framville has a full stock of the best name brands of automobile supplies and parts for your car. Call or visit them for the most efficient auto supplies. I i F’a.rrxi’ville Booster’s CItjlTd The Farmville Booster ' s Club was organized for the pur- pose of promoting the athletic program in the high school. Their efforts are not only appreciated by the school athletes, but also by each student. 145 Fu-rity Bstlcery Purity Bakery of Wilson bakes the finest breads, rolls, and pasteries. They supply your local merchant daily with a fresh stock of merchandise. fy emaim QU A LIT v W ilfeerson Brotliers’ F’r-u.it Iwleirlcet Visit Wilkerson Brother ' s Fruit Market of Farmville for a complete variety of canned goods, fruits, and vegetables. They receive fresh groceries for your daily consumption. IDirectory: Senioi Allen, Jacqueline: 23, 67 Allen, Jerry Wayne: 15, 23, 75, 79, 81, 83, 106, 107 Allen, linda Lee: 23, 52, 60, 70, 72, 78, 79, 81, 83, 100 Allen, Ruth Carolyn: 23, 67, 82, 90 Andrews, Margaret Susan: 23, 50, 51, 59, 66, 72, 74, 78, 79, 80, 81, 85, 100 Baker, Donnie Woodard: 23 Baker, Joseph Danny: 20, 23, 65, 75, 94, 102 Baker, Patricia Rita: 23, 67, 77, 81 Baucom, Joyce Caroline: 24, 75, 76, 79, 81 Bell, George Richard: 15, 24 Braxton, Jimmy Wayne: 24, 68, 77 Brock, Brenda Lou: 25 Brock, Carl Thomas: 24, 68 Bryant, Joseph Carter: 24, 77 Carraway, Judy Carol: 24, 66, 70, 72, 76 Cooke, William Howard: 20, 24, 73, 74, 81, 82 Corbett, Barbara Jean: 24, 65, 77, 81 Corbett, Robert Martin: 24, 77 Darden, Elizabeth Cowan: 15, 25, 70, 74, 100 Daughtry, James Floyd, III: 25, 73, 75, 85 Davenport, Linda Lou: 25, 67, 77, 81 Deal, Luther Zeno, Jr. : 25, 84, 85 Dixon, Verona Agnes: 25, 71, 72, 75, 78, 79, 80, 81 Drake, Allen Ray: 25, 96, 106 Dunn, Joyce Ann: 15, 25, 67 Eason, David White: 20, 25, 50, 51, 61, 66, 73, 81, 85 Gardner, Anna Mooring: 24, 54, 74, 79, 85, 86, 87 Goins, William Ralph: 25, 68, 77 Hardee, Tony: 26, 73, 74 Hardison, Eleanor Cherry: 26, 58, 65, 72, 76, 78, 79, 81, 86, 87, 100 Harris, James Howard: 26, 65, 75, 81 Harris, Margaret Helen: 15, 26, 67, 79, 81, 82 Hart, Nancy Kinney: 26, 57, 72, 74, 78, 79, 81, 100 Heath, Katie Marie: 26, 69, 71, 81 Hinson, Peggy Lounette: 26, 67, 81 Holloman, Larry Douglas: 26, 73, 74, 94, 105 Jefferson, Donnan Robert: 15, 26, 77 Johnson, Ellen Marie: 27, 57, 67, 71, 72, 79 Joyner, Charles A. , Jr. : 27, 75 Kilpatrick, Hilda Belinda: 27, 50, 51, 53, 56, 66, 72, 74, 79, 80, 81, 85, 86, 87 Lang, Mary Annis: 27, 53, 56, 64, 65, 66, 72, 74, 80, 81, 83, 100 Lapp, Betsy Louise: 27, 72, 74, 80, 86, 87 Leckie, Nancy Louise: 27, 66, 71, 72, 75, 81 Letchworth, linda Lou: 15, 27, 67 Lewis, John Redden: 20, 22, 27, 73, 74, 94 Lewis, Frank Tyndall: 20, 27, 73, 74 Little, Betty Jean: 28, 69, 81 Little, Paulette: 28, 67, 71 Lloyd, Avis Ann: 28, 67 Lovic, David Robert: 22, 28, 64, 85 Meeks, Linda Deborah: 28, 67, 71, 81 Mewborn, Julia Ann: 28, 50, 51, 60, 66, 72, 74, 80, 81, 85 McDavid, Martha Parker: 20, 28, 62, 72, 74, 78, 79, 80, 81 Monk, Beverly Smith: 28, 85 Moore, Judy Arlene: 28, 67, 78, 79, 81, 82 Moseley, Bonnie Sue: 28, 67, 71, 72 Mosley, Rebecca Jean: 28, 67, 76, 79, 90 Moye, Jacky Lee: 29, 76, 77, 94, 105 Murphrey, Loys Anthony: 29, 74, 85, 94 Nichols, Dorothy Jean: 15,29,67 Owens, Jerry: 29, 68, 77 Owens, Joseph Daniel: 29, 77 Owens, Phyllis Angela: 22, 29, 61, 65, 67, 71, 72, 78, 79 O ' Neal, Blanche Patricia: 15, 29, 54, 67, 77 O ' Neal, William B. : 29, 71, 77 Peaden, Larry Ray: 29, 68, 77 Pierce, Charlotte: 29, 77 Peele, Mary Anne: 30, 46, 48, 67, 78, 79, 81, 82 Petteway, Everett Hayes: 22, 30, 53, 59, 73, 74, 81, 92, 94, 96 Sermons, Ila Jean: 22, 30, 47, 55, 70, 72, 78, 79, 80, 81, 90, 91, 102 Powell, Gail: 30 Shreve, Larry Weldon: 30,81,82 Sutton, Clayton Henry: 30, 76, 79, 94, 96, 102, 103 Thomas, Daniel Wesley: 30, 53, 55, 64, 65, 73, 74, 79, 81, 85 Tugwell, Linda Lee: 30 Tyer, Carl Lee: 15,31,65,73,79,81 Tyson, Dennis Leon: 15, 20, 31, 68, 71, 83 Tyson, Lionel Martin: 20,31,74 Tyson, Mary Louise: 31, 65, 66, 74, 79, 81, 83 Tyson, William Ivey, Jr.: 31,68 Walston, Deborah: 31, 53, 58, 72, 74, 78, 79, 81, 100 Walston, Phillip Ray: 20, 31, 68, 71, 82, 102 WeUs, Lester Earl: 31, 52, 62, 94, 96, 102, 103, 105 Whitehead, David Warren: 15, 31, 77 Wilkerson, Barbara Ann: 31, 67 Willoughby, Louis Skinner: 30, 52, 94, 102, 103 Windham, Ormond Neverson: 15, 30, 77 Wooten, Kathryn Inez; 31, 71, 72, 79, 80, 81 147 IDii ' ectoi y. J-Linior Lucas, Jerry: 35, 77 Marcum: Gaile: 35 Mitchell, Mary Sue: 35, 66, 70, 72, 76 Moore, Jacqueline: 35, 74, 82 Moore, James Edward: 32, 35, 64, 65, 73, 74, 94, 96, 105 Moore, Robbie Dean: Mozingo, Carolyn Ruth: 35, 70, 76 Mozingo, Diane Lynn: 35, 67, 88 Mozingo, Gail Tamara: 35, 71, 77 Nanney, Marvin Earl: 20, 32, 35, 73, 74 Oakley, Dana Paul: 35, 65, 94 Outland, Lou Nichols: 35, 48, 71, 72, 74, 76, 90 Owens, Linda Diane: 36, 69, 77 Owens, Patricia Louise: 36, 48, 67, 82 Purvis, Thomas; 36, 75 Shirley, Glenn Clayton: 36, 68, 77, 105 Smith, George Wayne Stox, Stella Diane: 36, 65, 66, 72 Sugg, Doris Ann: 36, 69, 82 Thomas, George Edgar: 36, 74,94 Tugwell, Danny Wade: 36, 54, 68 Tugwell, Walter Lee: 20,36,68 Turner, Hilda Grace: 36 Turner, Sandra: 36, 67, 79, 82, 100 Tyson, Olivia Ruth: 36, 75 Willis, Tomianne: 36, 65, 72, 74, 79, 82, 100, 102 Winstead, Harvey Lee: 20, 32, 36, 66, 73, 85, 94 Wooten, Connie Gail: 36, 70, 76 Wooten, James Quintin: 36, 50, 51, 66, 73, 75, 82, 102 Young, William Carlton, Jr. : 20, 30, 75 Allen, Donnie Ray: 33, 74, 102 Bagley, William Leland: 33, 68, 77 Baker, Nancy Elaine: 33, 67, 76, 79, 90, 91 Blalock, James: 20, 33 Baldree, John Rollins: 33, 77 Barbour, Karen Elaine: 33, 67, 88 Beamon, Leslie Jefferson: 20, 33, 68, 77 Bell, Phillip Randall: 33, 75, 94, 102 Brock, Larry Franklin: 33, 68 Bryant, Shirley Ann: 24, 77 Bundy, Janie Delores: 33, 77 Burnette, Paul Ricks: 20, 33, 68, 77 Cherry, Kenneth Roy: 33, 77 Corbett, Connie Laverne: 33,71 Cowan, James Louis; 33, 75, 85, 102 Craft, Charlie William: 33, 68 Curry, Linda Grace: 33, 70 Darden, Nancy Susan: 32, 34, 50, 51, 65, 66, 72, 74, 79, 83, 90 Dupree, Minerva: 34 Ellis, Peggy Lee: 34, 70, 76, 79 Fields, Alice Grace: 34, 65, 74, 83 Forrest, Jimmy Wayne: 34, 77 Gay, Hazel Marie: 34,71,75,88 Gay, Larry Glen: 20, 34, 77 Gorham, Sarah Elizabeth: 34, 85 Graves, Gwendolyn Lavern: 34, 85 Gurganus, Melvin Hynter: 34, 77, 102 Hardison, Stephen Ray: 20, 34, 68, 77 Helms, Sarah Delane: 34, 52, 74, 82, 90, 91, 100 Hillard, James Carl: 34, 52, 74, 85, 96, 102, 103, 106 Hurley, Dianne: 34, 71, 74, 82, 100 Jefferson, Sheron Mae: 34, 65, 70, 72, 82 Johnson, Stephen Claude: 34, 54, 65, 74, 85, 96 Johnston, Larry Glenn: 35, 74, 85, 102 Joyner, Agnes Lee: 32, 35, 72, 74, 79, 83, 90, 91 Joyner, Elba Elaine: 35, 67, 76, 79 Jones, Cynthia Louise: 15, 35, 70 Jones, Frank Cox: 35, 74, 82 Lewis, Elizabeth Lee: 35, 70, 76 Lewis, James Benjamin: 35, 66, 73, 75 Lewis, Thad, Jr. : 35, 73, 76, 75, 105 148 f rDirectory- Sop li.omore Allen, Hilda Gray: 38, 82, 67 Allen, J ames Earl: 38, 85, 74 Allen, Roy Lee, Jr. : 38, 74, 94, 95, 105, 108 Anderson, Richard Thomas: 38, 85 Baker, Bonnie Ethelyne: 38,48,75,88 Baker, David Aubrey: 38, 75, 108 Baker, Ricky Glenn: 38, 68, 102 Bagley, Francis Marion: 38, 68 Bass, Martha Ann: 38, 48, 74, 88 Blalock, Bernice Lee: 38, 75 Carraway, Betsy Ellen: 38, 70, 88 Calhoun, Janice Marie: 38, 50, 51, 66, 70, 82 Craft, Ellen Jane: 38, 66 Craft, Ethel Jean: 38, 70 Grumpier, Rebecca Jane: 38, 70 Darden, Jane Lang: 38, 50, 51, 65, 66, 71, 75, 83 Davenport, Johnny Wayne: 68 Davenport, Sue Darlene: 38, 67 Duke, Dana Ann: 38, 67 Dunn, Margie Louise: 38 Dunn, Mary Genean: 38 Dupree, linda Lavone: 38 Eason, Robert Arthur: 38, 50, 51, 65, 73, 74, 85, 94, 108 Eastwood, John Major: 38, 68 Ellis, Willard Leon, Jr. : 38, 68 Evans, Ervin Allen: 20, 38 Floyd, David: 68 Fuquay, Marvin Jones: 38, 71, 94 Gay, Debbie Ann: 38 Griffis, Danny Bickett, Jr. : 38, 65, 75, 96 Griffis, Phyllis lanna: 37, 38, 70, 105 Hall, Tony Allen: 38, 68 Hall, William Benjamin: 38, 75, 76, 96 Hardee, Julia Marlene: 38 Hines, Kenneth Robert: 38, 68 Hobgood, Samuel Clifton: 38, 94, 102 House, David Wayne: 38, 68 Humphrey, Beverly Frances: 15, 39, 70, 85, 100 Jefferson, Henry Dawson, Jr. : 39, 50, 51, 64, 65, 66, 73, 74, 94, 96, 102, 103, 106 Jefferson, Jo Anne: 39, 65, 70, 76 Jones, Jennifer Ruth: 39, 70, 85 Joyner, Mary Sue: 39, 50, 51, 66, 75, 85 Kite, Jack Dennis, Jr. : 39, 74, 85 Lang, James Thomas, Jr. : 39, 75 Lehmann, Charles Jefferson: 39, 94, 108 Lewis, Benjamin Franklin, Jr. : 39, 50, 64, 65, 66, 73, 74, 81 Lewis, James Morris: 20, 39, 68 Little, Johnny Lee: 39, 7 1, 74, 82 Manning, Joseph Harper: 39, 102 Massey, Betty Elizabeth: 39, 67 Mathews, Jane Ann: 39, 65, 71, 75 McLawhorn, Clayton: 39, 82, 74 McLawhorn, Robert Alton, III: 39, 82 Miller, Gail: 39, 67 Moore, George Elmer, III: 39, 52, 73, 74, 94, 96, 102, 103 Moore, John Woodrow, Jr. : 39, 65, 73, 74, 85, 96 Moore, Johnnie O ' Neal: 39, 94, 75 Mooring, Donald Ray: 39, 68 Mooring, Ronald Dudley: 39, 75 Nelson, Lou Ella: 39, 67 Newsome, Linda Jacqueline: 39, 70, 88 Newton, Carolyn Jean: 39, 69 Oakley, Richard Carl: 39 Owens, Ronald Payne: 39, 68 Peaden, Helen Ruth: 39, 67 Pierce, Robert Pittman: 39, 66, 74, 76, 106, 108 Reel, Ronnie Allen: 40, 68 Rose, Judy Raye: 40, 83 Shirley, George Richard: 40, 68 Shirley, Vicky Gray: 40 Smith, Bert S. , III: 40, 71, 75 Smith, Ronald: 40, 94, 105 Speight, Lee: 20, 40 Stancil, Edna Pauline: 40, 54, 69, 76 Stanley, Emily Elaine: 40, 69 Starling, Patricia: 40, 65, 66, 69 Sumlin, James Joseph, Jr. : 40, 68, 85 Taylor, James Michael: 40, 74, 94, 106, 108 Thigpen, Bennie Mitchell: 40, 68 Thompson, Janice Lou: 37, 40, 74, 85, 86, 87 Tyson, Donna Clara: 40, 69 Tyson, Lyman Earl: 40, 74, 75, 82 Vernelson, Edwin Wayne: 40, 52, 68, 94 Walston, William Neal: 37,40, 65, 71, 75, 108 Wainwright, Jo Ann: 40, 67 Ward, Kenneth Earl: 40, 68 Wilkinson, Doris Carr: 40, 74, 76, 90, 91 Williford, Betty Jean: 40, 82 Wilson, Gregory Jay: 40, 68, 95, 105, 108 Wood, Debra Annette: 40, 70 Young, Mary Louise: 40, 65, 67 IDirectory: Fresliman Allen, Catherine Alexander: 42, 85, 74 Baker, James Wilton: 42, 74, 107 Berrett, Freddie Oliva: 42, 71, 74 Beamon, Dalton Rufus: 42, 68 Blair, William Donald: 42, 74, 96 Blalock, Shirley Jean: 42,71 Bradshaw, Buddy: 42, 68 Bradshaw, Mickey: 42, 68, 107 Bryan, Kenneth Wayne: 43, 74, 107, 108 Bryan, Marvin Earl: 42, 68 Bryan, Russell Dunn: 42 Burnette, George Henry: 42, 68, 108 Cannon, William Paul: 42, 65, 74, 107 Carraway, Patsy Lou: 42, 75 Casey, Norman Ray: 42, 68 Cleghorn, Cynthia Mae Corbett, Elizabeth Moye: 42, 71 Counterman, Susan Dawn: 42, 75 Dail, Edward Thomas: 42, 68 Daniels, Dalton Ray: 42, 74 Darden, John Cowan: 42, 74, 85, 107 Daughtry, Jarmette Karen: 42, 74, 85 Dickinson, Becky LaRue: 42,69,88, 107 ’ Dwyer, Catherine Susan: 42, 65, 69, 88 1 Eason, John Derek: 42, 74, 85 i Edwards, Charles Allen: 42, 68 : Erwin, William Gherswin, Jr.: 42,74,85 , Erwin, Randall Wayne: 42, 74, 85 Forrest, Sandra Ann: 42, 74 Goins, David Hilton: 42 Grimsley, James Ray: 42, 74, 107 . Harris, Richard Dixon: 43, 65, 74, 82, 107, 108 Hart, Brenda Kay Heath, Ronald James: 43, 68 Hines, Michael Lee: 43, 68 Hobgood, Debra Ann: 43, 69, 71, 83 James, Amanda Joy: 43, 74, 88, 100 Jefferson, Frederick Dean: 43 Jenkins, Herman Henry: 43, 74, 82, 107 Jones, James Richard, II: 43, 74, 85 Lamn, Lois Ann Lewis, Johnnie Ranson: 43, 68, 108 Idles, Patricia Ellen: 43, 74, 85, 100 Little, Jo Ann: 43, 69 Lovic, Ralph Mitchell: 43, 74, 85 Mewborn, Larry Mitchell: 43, 74 , Moore, William Julius Morris, Barbara Jean: 43 Mosley, Sarah Arlene: 43, 70, 76, 107 Norville, Betsy Carol: 43, 69 Oakley, Debra Marie: 43, 75 Oakley, Janice Earle: 43, 69 Owens, Johnnie Carrol: 41,43,74 Owens, Mary Kathryn: 43, 48, 65, 74, 85, 107 Parker, Alice: 43, 69 Phillips, Carolyn Kay: 43, 69 Pittman, Paul, Jr. : 43 Proctor, linda Elaine: 43, 74, 85 Purvis, Charles: 41,43, 74, 108 Reel, Philip Ray: 43, 68 Rollins, Judy Lynne: 43, 75, 85 Sauls, Fred Theodore: 43, 74, 94, 108 Saulter, Kenneth Ray: 43, 68 Saulter, Rex Melton: 43 Saulter, Tex Shelton: 44 Sermons, William Earl: 44, 68 Smith, Brenda Kay: 44 Smith, Carolyn Elizabeth: 41, 44, 65, 74, 88, 100, 107 Speight, Gwendolyn Kay: 44, 70, 71 Speight, Vivian Marie: 44, 74 Starling, John David: 44, 68 Strickland, Patricia Ann: 44, 69 Styers, Thomas Frank: 44, 74, 85, 94, 108 Taylor, John Wayne: 44, 68 Tugwell, Bobby Wayne: 44, 68 Tugwell, Cheryl Marice: 44, 75, 88 Tugwell, David Ray: 44, 68 Tugwell, Ricky Vann: 44, 68, 71 Tripp, Phyllis Ann: 44, 69, 82 Tripp, Wiley Brown, III: 44 Turnage, Laura Lee: 44, 74, 88 Tyndall, Jacqueline Joanne: 44, 69 Umphlett, Lois Jean: 44, 74, 88 Vandiford, Carl, Jr. : 44, 68 Vandiford, Sally Ann Vandiford, Shelia Joy: 44, 69 Vincent, Judy Ann: 44, 75 Wainwright, Deborah Kay: 44 Wainwright, Dorothy: 69 Wainwright, John Wayne: 44, 74 Walston, John Turner, Jr. : 41, 44, 65, 74, 79, 85 Willoughby, Valencia Hattie: 41, 44, 48, 65, 74, 88, 107 Williford, Patricia Ann: 44, 75 Young, William Thomas: 44, 82 151 In Appreciation -A. Small TriToxite for a Priceless GS-ift for a life dedicated to preparing young people for the future, we give you our sincerest appreciation. Mrs. Laura Tanner 152 Senior Directory -A. I-ieca-ger of -A-ctivities, Ser ' V ' ioes, Honors JACKIE AT T EN ! FBLA 3, Secretary 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA ALLEN: Class Secretary 2; Keyette Club 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Archway Staff 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 2, 3, Co-editor 4; Typing Assistant 4; SGA Representative 1; Glee Club 1,2,4; Who ' s Who 4. RUTH ALLEN: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 3,4; JV Cheer- leader, Head 1; SGA Representative 1; Class Secretary 1; Homecoming Candidate 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. WAYNE ALLEN: Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 3; JV Manager 2, 3, 4; Archway Staff 4. MARGARET ANDREWS: SGA Representative 1; National Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Keyette Club 3,4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2, Assistant Chief 3; Basketball 2, 3, Manager 4; Class Treasurer 3; News ' n ' Views Staff 3, Assistant Editor 4; Archway Staff, Co-editor 4; JV Cheerleader 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. DONNIE BAKER: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FFA 1, 2, 3; DECA Club 3, 4. J. D. BAKER: Glee Club 2, 3; Jr. Science Club 1; Math Club 2, 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; Track Team 2, 3; Football 4; SGA Representative 4. PATRICIA BAKER: FHA 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 2, 3, 4; Archway Staff 4; Typing Assistant 3; DECA Club, Reporter 4. JOYCE BAUCOM: FTA 1, 2; Math Club 4; Dramatics 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Archway Staff 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4. JIMMIE BRAXTON: FFA 2, 3, 4; DECA Club 3, 4; Transfer J. H. Rose High School. GEORGE BELL: FFA 1,2,3; Typing Assistant 3,4; Office Assistant 4. CARL BROCK: Glee Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; FFA 1, 2,3,4. SHIRLEY BRYANT: Glee Club 1, 2; DECA Club 3,4. JUDY CARRAWAY: FTA 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 4; Math Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3,4; Library Club 3; SGA Representative 3; News ' n ' Views Staff 4; Archway Staff 4; Keyette Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. HOWARD COOKE: Key Club 4; Lab Assistant 4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,4; Library Club 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Annual Staff 4; SGA Representative 2. BARBARA CORBETT: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 2, Historian 3; Archway Staff 4; SGA Representative 4; Typing Assistant 4; DECA Club, Secretary 4. BOBBY CORBETT: FFA 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Baseball 3; DECA Club 3, President 4; DECA Club, Secretary 4. BETSY DARDEN: Science Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3,4; FTA 4; Office Assistant 4; Typing Assistant 4; Dramatics Club 4. JIMMY DAUGHTRY: Band 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; SGA Representative 3; Key Club 4; Jr. Science Club 1; Math Club 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA DAVENPORT: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FBLA 3, 4; DECA Club 4; Typing Assistant 4; Archway Staff 4. LUKIE DEAL: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major 3, 4; SGA Representative 1, 2; Math Club 1, 2; Science Club 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4. VERONA DIXON: Library Club 1; Treasurer 2; Vice- President 3, President 4; FTA 1; Keyette Club 4; News ' n ' Views Staff, Copy Editor 4; Archway Staff, Copy Editor 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Math Club 2, 3,4. AL DRAKE: Glee Club 1; Basketball 3,4; Golf 1, 2, 3,4; SGA Representative 3; Math Club 1 , 2 . JOYCE DUNN: FHA 1; FBLA 2,4; Math Club 3; Office Assistant 3,4; Typing Assistant 4; Glee Club 1 , 2 . 153 DAVID EASON: Marshal 1,2,3; Band 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 2, 3, President 4; Key Club 3,4; Jr. Science Club, Vice-President 1; Class President 3; Lab Assistant 4; Archway Staff 4; National Honor Society 2, 4, President 3; Who ' s Who 4. BRENDA ELLIS: FHA 1, Parliamentarian 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4; Archway Staff 4. ANNA GARDNER: Glee Club 1; Band 2, 3, Secretary 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Candidate 2; Math Club 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4. BILL GOINS: FFA 1, 3,4; Class Treasurer 2; Transfer Hancock County High School 3; Typing Assistant 3,4; DECA Club 4. TONY HARDEE: FFA 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 2; Key Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4. CHERRY HARDISON: Math Club 2, Treasurer 3; FTA 1,4; Basketball 2, 3,4; SGA Representative 4; News ' n ' Vi ews Staff 3, Humor Editor 4; Majorette 4; Keyette Club 3, Secretary 4; Glee Club 1, 2; library 1, 2; Archway Staff 4; Who ' s Who 4. JIMMY HARRIS: Science Club 2, 3; Jr. Science Club 1; Math Club 4; SGA Representative 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Archway Staff 4; JV Football 1. MARGARET HARRIS: Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; FTA 1; FBLA 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4; Archway Staff 4. KINNEY HART: JV Cheerleader 1; FTA 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Archway Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Keyette Club 3, Vice-President 4; News ' n ' Views Staff, Exchange Editor 4; Who ' s Who 4. KATIE HEATH: FHA 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Historian 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Library Club 4; Archway Staff 4. PEGGY HINSON: FHA 1; FBLA 3,4; Glee Club 2, 3; Typing Assistant 2; Archway Staff 4. LARRY HOLLOMAN: Bus Driver 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Football 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4. DON JEFFERSON: FFA 1, 2, Treasurer 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Office Assistant 3, 4; DECA Club, Vice-President 4; Bus Driver 3. MARIE JOHNSON: Glee Club 1; FTA 1; Library Club 2,3,4; Homeroom Representative 3; Typing Assistant 4; Keyette Club 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4; FBLA 2, Secretary 3, President, State Secretary 4; Who ' s Who 4. CHARLES JOYNER: Math Club 1, 2, 3,4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; JV Football 1. BELINDA KILPATRICK: Band 1,2, 3,4; Majorette 1,3, Assistant Head 2, Head 4; National Honor Society 2,4, Vice-President 3; Marshal 1, 2, Chief 3; Jr. Science Club, President 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; SGA Representa- tive 2; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Governor ' s School 4; Archway Staff, Co-Editor 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 3,4; Keyette Club 3,4; Who ' s Who 4. MARY LANG: JV Cheerleader 1; Jr. Science Club Sec- retary 1; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Keyette Club 3, Song Leader 4; National Honor Society 2, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4; Archway Staff, Featirre Editor 4; Girls ' State 3; DAR Good Citizen 3; SGA Representative 1; Secretary of SGA 4; Science Club 2, 3,4; Marshal 2; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Who ' s Who 4. BETSY LAPP: Majorette 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3,4; Keyette Club 4; Library Club 1; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Archway Staff, Art Editor 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. NANCY LECKIE: Library Club 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2; FTA 1, 2; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2; Math Club 3, 4; Keyette Club 4; Archway Staff 4. LINDA LETCHWORTH: Glee Club 2, 3; FBLA 3, Historian 4; Office Assistant 4. JOHN LEWIS: Glee Club 2; Key Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Class Vice-President 4; Football 2, 3,4; JV Football 1; Track 2; FFA 1, Chaplain 2; Science Club 3,4; SGA Representative 3. TYNDALL LEWIS: Math Club 1; Science Club 2, 3,4; Lab Assistant 3, Head Lab Assistant 4; Key Club 4; Glee Club 1; Golf 2. BETTY JEAN LITTLE: FHA 1, Vice-President 1, Presi- dent 2, Treasurer 3, Reporter 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Archway Staff 4. PAULETTE LITTLE: Glee Club 1, 2; FHA 1; FTA 2; Math Club 3; FBLA 4; library Club 4. 154 ANN LLOYD: Band 1, 2, 3,4; Jr. Science Club 1; FTA 2; FBLA 3,4; Homecoming Candidate 3; Archway Staff 4; Typing Assistant 4. BOBBY LOVIC: Band 1,2, Publicity Officer 3, President 4; SGA Representative 4, Reporter 4; Class Reporter 4; Bas eball 1, 2; JV Football 1; Science Club 2, 3. MARTHA McDAVID: Keyette Club 3, Treasurer 4; Science Club 2,4, Reporter 3; Jr. Science Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Lab Assistant 3,4; Basketball 2, 3; Track Manager 1,4; News ' n ' Views Staff 1, 2, Sports Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; SGA Representative 2; Athletic Reporter 3; Class Treasurer 2; Who ' s Who 4. LINDA MEEKS: FTA 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Math Club 2; FBLA 3, 4; Library Club 3, Reporter 4. JULIA MEWBORN: SGA Representative 1; National Honor Society 2, Secretary 3,4; Keyette Club 3, Re- porter 4; Jr. Science Club, Treasurer 1; Science Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Marshal 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 3; Archway Staff, Business Manager 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Who ' s Who 4. BEVERLY MONK: FHA 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1; Marshal 1, 2; Class President 2; Trans- fer G. R. Wh itfield High School 3; Band 3, 4. JUDY MOORE: FTA 1; FBLA 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Archway Staff 4; News ' n ' Views, Assistant Editor 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BONNIE MOSELEY: Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 1, 2, 3,4, Vice-President 3, Assistant Historian 4; Glee Club 1; Keyette Club 4; Typing Assistant 4. REBECCA MOSLEY: Cheerleader 2, 3; Assistant Head 4; FTA 1; FBLA 2, 3,4; JV Cheerleader 1; Dramatics 4; SGA Representative 1; Homecoming Candidate 1; Glee Club 1, 2. TONY MURPHREY: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, Maneuver Officer 4; Jr. Science Club 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY JEAN NICHOLS: Office Assistant 3,4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FTA 2; FBLA 4; Math Club 3. BILL O ' NEAL: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FFA 1; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 4; DECA Club 4. BLANCHE O ' NEAL: Glee Club 1, 2; FHA 1; FBLA 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Office Assistant 4; DECA Sweetheart 4. ANGIE OWENS: library Club 1, Secretary 2, 3,4; FTA 1; FBLA 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Keyette Club 3, 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 3, Assistant Editor 4; SGA Representative 4; Class Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1; Who ' s Who 4. J. D. OWENS: Glee Club 1, 2; Math Club 3; DECA Club 4; Monitor 4; FBLA 2; Track 1, 2. 155 LARRY PEADEN: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; FFA 1, 2 , 4; Bus Driver 3j DECA Club 3,4. MARY ANNE PEELE: Math Club 1, 2, Secretary 3; FBLA 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Archway Staff 4j News ' n ' Views Staff 3, Feature Editor 4j Class Officer 3; SGA Represen- tative 3; Homecoming Candidate 4; Miss Archway 4. HAYES PET TEW AY: Class President 1, 4j Jr. Science Club 1; Key Club 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; SGA Representative 3; Science Club 2,3,4; Football 2, 3, Captain 4; Basketball 3, 4; Boys ' State 4; Archway Staff 4; Who ' s Who 4. CHARLOTTE PIERCE: FHA 2, 3; Glee Cluj) 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1; FBLA 1; Transfer Fike High School 4; DECA Club 4. GAIL WEBB POWELL: FHA 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; SGA Representative 1; Marshal 3; Basketball 1, 2; Monogram Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Beta Club 3; Transfer from South Edgecombe 4. ILA SERMONS: FTA 1, Treasurer 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; SGA Representative 2; News Views Staff 2, 3, Sports Editor 4; Math Club, Secretary 2; Cheerleader 3, Head 4; Keyette Club 3,4; Class Secre- tary 4; Homecoming Candidate 4, Homecoming Queen 4; Archway Staff, Publicity Chairman 4; Track Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. LARRY SHREVE: Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2; Class Vice-President 2; Glee Club 3, 4; News ' n ' Views Staff, Art Editor 3; Archway Staff 4. CLAY SUTTON: Class Vice-President 1; Science Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3,4; JV Football 1; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; JV Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Typing Assistant 3; Baseball 4; Dramatics 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4. DANNY THOMAS: Band 1, 2, 3,4; Math Club 1; SGA Representative 2, President 4; Key Club 3, Vice- President 4; Science Club 2, 3,4; Boys ' State 3; National Honor Society 2, Vice-President 3; Archway Staff 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4; Who ' s Who 4. LINDA TUGWELL: FHA 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Typing Assistant 4. CARL TYER: Track 1, 2; News ' n ' Views Staff 4; Archway Staff 4; Key Club 2, Secretary 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; SGA Representative 4; Office Assistant 4. BILLY TYSON: Glee Club 1, 3; FFA 1, 3, 4; FBLA 2; Library Club 4. DENNIS TYSON: Bus Driver 3,4; Glee Club 2, 3,4; Office Assistant 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. LOU TYSON: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Accompanist 4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 2, 3,4; Archway Staff 4; SGA Representative 2, 4; Marshal 1, 2. MARTY TYSON: Lab Assistant 2,4; Science Club 2,3,4; Jr. Science Club 1; Bus Driver 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4. DEBORAH WALSTON: Glee Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Girls ' State 3; FTA 1; Science Club 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 2, 3; Track Manager 1, 2, 3,4; News ' n ' Views Staff, Managing Editor 4; Archway Staff 4; SGA Representative 1; Who ' s Who 4. 156 PHILLIP WALSTON: Glee Club 2, 3; library Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; FFA 1, 2, Sentinel 3, Secretary 4. LESTER WELLS: Class Vice-President 3; Jr. Science Club 1; Glee Club 1; JV Basketball 1, 2; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Football 3,4; JV Football 1, 2; Who ' s Who 4. DAVID WHITEHEAD: Science Club 2, 3; Jr, Science Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Football 3; DECA Club 4; Office Assistant 4. LOUIS WILLOUGHBY: Class President 2; Glee Club 1, 2; JV Basketball 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3,4; SGA Representative 1; JV Football 1; Homecoming Candidate 1; Typing Assistant 3. ANN WILKERSON: FBLA 3, Reporter 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Homecoming Candidate 2. ORMOND WINDOM: Math 1, 2, 3; DECA 3, 4; Office Assistant 3, 4. KATHY WOOTEN: Library Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Math Club 3; Dramatics Club 4; Keyette Club 4; News ' n ' Views Staff 4; Archway Staff, Proofreader Chairman 4. 157 158 This is not the end; It is not even the beginning of the end; Rather, it is the end of the beginning. ■—Winston Churchill


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