Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC)
- Class of 1970
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,Artljfuag 1970 ft d it or: 13 aim eta pJillougl]bg JVssoc. dttorr Caura tEurnage (Assft Editors : (Sagle fierce loljn Ralston IKeitb Ietel| fcoortlrj 3 jHrs. jHary JH core dedication ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 The best teacher is the one who suggests rather than dramatizes, and inspires his listener with the wish to teach himself. Bulwer Friendship improves happiness, and abates misery, by doubling our joy, and dividing our grief. Addison In the time of our life when education is of utmost importance, there remains a special someone who has unselfishly dedicated herself to guide us in the right path, not only in the classroom but in everyday life as well. Her outstanding character, personality, and diligence will be remembered long after we have forgotten how to graph a sine curve. It has been written that “oft the deed is mightier than the word.” We only hope this deed will somehow say to her that which we cannot find words to phrase and will express to her our appreciation for that which we can never repay, for our respect is surpassed only by our love. We the Senior Class humbly dedicate, this, the 1970 Archway, to Mrs. Mary Rives Moore. 5 ,3ltt (Appreciation . . . JMr. Russ (ttotton For his great dedication to the well-being of every Farmville High School student, and for his worries, concern, and actions on our behalf, we, the Senior Class, would like to pay this tribute to a well-deserving man to show our appreciation. The man: our principal, Mr. Russ Cotton. 6 31 o eberg tiding ttyere is a season, (And daytime to etierg purpose under tt|e i|eaOen 7 A time to litoe A time to cite ROM time to loiie ,A time to Ijate 9 A time to torn - V ' ' ' JlBlj ’ ( y ■ ic vY 1 v i ■; yl li . ‘ • Akl g , 10 A time to lauglj A time to erg 11 A time to tnorfe time to plag 12 A time to reap A time to soto 13 A lime for os 14 Local School Board: Mrs. C. Outland, C. Venters, Mrs. L. Hurley, J. Griffin, C. Smith, T. Patterson, J. Phillips, J. Taylor. Not pictured: L. Owens. County Superintendent: Arthur S. Alford Principal: Russ Cotton 16 Guidance Counselor: Miss Elizabeth Edwards. Secretary: Mrs. Rachel Patterson. 17 Mrs. Joyce Lewis languages Miss Grace Horne Mr. Lewis Lawrence 18 Mrs. Peggy Hudson Mr. Larry Denny 19 Mrs. Gayle Hudson Mathematics Mrs. Mary Moore Mrs. Carol Brewer 20 cirnce Mr. D. L. Scott Mrs. Vivian Turnage Miss Catherine Green Mrs. Lurline Wheless 21 Jlocial Studies Mr. Kenneth Dilda Miss Norice Dupree 22 Vocational Mr. Kenneth Smith Mrs. Georgia Yelverton Mr. E. P. Bass 23 usrnees |Jtf|}0tcal Education Mrs. Betty Fulford Mr. Ronald Vincent Mr. Gene Brewer Mrs. Barbara Wooten 24 Ribera! ,Art8 Mrs. Beverly Batchelor Mr. James Furr 25 (Eafrftrta J taff .And (Eugtodians Cafeteria Staff: Mrs. M. Tyson, Miss P. Barrett, Mrs. B. Braswell, Mrs. G. Speight, Mrs. L. Rose, Mrs. M. Barrett, Mrs. T. Gay. Mrs. Mary Francis Tyson 26 f ' •• ! £ ! S V 27 Seniors Being a Senior is: living it up and then living it down-worrying about acceptance letters and draft notices-getting sunburned Junior-Senior Weekend-having underclassmen rise for you in assemblies— Senior Day— exam exemptions— being measured for caps and gowns-ordering invitations -sitting through the baccalaureate sermon— graduating— showing the world your class is best-look out world here we come! 28 Officers: Keith Letchworth, President; John Walston, Vice President; Gwen Speight, Secretary; Freddie Barrett, Treasurer. Marshals: Laura Turnage and Valencia Willoughby, co-chiefs. Mascots: Robin Smith, Doug Hunter. 29 Catherine Alexander Allen Freddie Oliva Barrett Martha Ann Barrett Shirley Jean Blalock 30 William Paul Cannon Norman Ray Casey 31 32 Catherine Susan Dwyer John Derek Eason 33 of ’70 David Hilton Goins Richard Dixon Harris, Jr. 34 Michael Lee Hines Ronald James Heath Debra Ann Hobgood Amanda Joy James Herman Henry Jenkins 35 Jo Ann Little James Clayton McLawhon Larry Mitchell Mewborn Eleanor Gayle Pierce Paul Beasley Pittman, Jr. draduaies ’70 Ronnie Allen Reel Judy Lynne Rollins Fred Theodore Sauls 39 John David Starling 40 Patricia Ann Strickland Thomas Frank Styers John Wayne Taylor Phyllis Ann Tripp Bobby Wayne Tugwell Graduates ’70 Cheryl Marice Tugwell David Ray Tugwell Ricky Vann Tugwell Laura Lee Turnage Jacqueline Joanne Tyndall 42 Lois Jean Umphlett Sheila Joy Vandiford Call Vandiford, Jr. Judy Ann Vincent Valencia Hattie Willoughby John Turner Walston, Jr. Patricia Ann Williford 43 Being a Junior is: Emerson, Thoreau, and Melville -taking the PSAT-fighting the Revolutionary War and burying Abe Lincoln-dreaming of being an impressive Senior-planning our Junior-Senior-class rings-still rising for the Seniors-fear of repeating U.S. History— knowing there is only one more year left. 44 Class Officers: Debra Ellis, Secretary; Lu Williams, Treasurer; Johnny Dickinson, President; Pattie Lewis, Vice-President. Marshals: Lu Williams, Harry Smith, Pattie j Lewis, Donna Allen, Betty Schlatter, Joy j Bundy, Kathryn Kilpatrick, Debra Ellis. Donna Allen James Allen Sandy Allen Susan Allen Dawson Andrews Jeannie Baird Connie Baker Ricky Baker 45 juniors Wilton Baker Paula Batts Debbie Baucom Rufus Beamon Vida Blackley Don Blair Becky Brumbeloe Joy Bundy George Burnette Charles Calhoun Patsy Carraway Simon Cox David Davenport Brenda Davis Laura Davis Rudolph Davis Daryl Daughtry Johnny Dickinson Kenneth Dunn David Dwyer Kirby Eastwood Debra Ellis David Ellis Randy Erwin 46 Kathryn Finklea Patsy Flake Edna Frizzelle Dewey Fuquay Chuck Gardner Carla Garris Kay Garris Ann Goff Vickie Gorham Jeff Hardison Sarita Hardy Perry Harper Karol Hart Butch Heath Lisa Heller Larry Horne Bobby House Thorne James l etha Jarman Frederick Jefferson Gretchen Jefferson Jean Johnson Joy Joyner Reide Joyner 47 HJumors Kathryn Kilpatrick Geraldine King James Langley Helen Lawrence Nell Lewis Pattie Lewis Ashley Little Charles Little Melissa McDavid Mike McLawhorn Carol Massey Lynn Minette Billy Modlin Danny Moore Allen Mooring Randy Mooring Ronald Mooring Deborah Mozingo Dickie Newton Jeffrey O’Neal Randy Owens Becky Perkins Norma Pittman Gene Reel 48 junior® Carolyn Rose Betty Schlatter Jeffrey Shirley Harry Smith Wolly Smith Vicky Spell Joby Taylor Doris Teel Kathy Thompson Pattie Tripp Keith Tyson Wayne Tyson Lola Umphlett Brenda Vandiford Willis Vandiford Ronnie Wainwright Bobby Webber Jean Wells William Wilkes Lu Williams Billy Young Dalton Beaman 49 jS’opfyomora Being a Sophomore is: dissecting frogs-convincing everyone that you are allergic to formaldehyde— selling magazines again-passing Driver’s Ed. and getting your license-constructing triangles and bisecting angles-trying to make Senior friends-playing Varsity football-cheering our team on to victory -taking one more step on the ladder of life. 50 Officers: James Johnson, President; Teresa Harris, Treasurer; Marla Tugwell, Secretary; Robert Tripp, Sergeant-at-Arms; Vance Daniell, Vice-President. Marshals: Barbara Lang, Marla Tugwell, Jo Ann McCoy, Millie Brown, Shelia Turnage, Charles Rasberry, Teresa Harris, Bobbi Schlatter, Frankie Hemric, Roger Eason. 51 (ttlass of ’72 Hazel Allen Jerry Allen Naomi Anderson Carleen Anderson Allyson Andrews Bebe Aycock Eddie Baker Patsy Baker Roger Barefoot Ella Barnes Avis Barrett Linwood Barrett Diane Beamon Darlene Blair James Blalock Terry Blalock Linda Blow Willie Boyd Tommy Brady Frank Brady Russell Britt Millie Brown Willie Brown Sharon Burress Mitchell Carmon Annette Carney Jesse Blalock Gail Case Janet Cox Jackie Craft 52 Claes of ' 72 Claudia Little Patricia Little Jo Anne McCoy Carrie Mercer Evelyn Mercer Lillie Mercer Carlos Moore Connie Moore Jeannie Moore Leslie Mooring Gayle Morgan Connie Mozingo Randy Mozingo Howard Nanney Johnny Nanney Ed Newton Larry Newton Aletha Nobles Pennell Norman Floyette Norville Mark Oglesby Ernestine O’Neal Carlton Parker Linda Pascale Tony Pascale 55 J opbcmiores Eddie Pate Lea Patterson Vivian Pierce Paulette Pittman Georgia Powell Mary Randolph Thomas Randolph Charles Rasberry Sue Reel Dorothy Robinson Donna Ross Donnie Ross Bobbi Schlatter Kenneth Sermons Erwin Shelby Sheryl Shreve Louis Spell Calvin Speight Linda Speight Brenda Stancil James Staton Taxton Strickland Linda Strickland Roger Sugg Garland Suggs Charles Sutton Janet Taylor Sam Taylor Connie Tripp Linda Tripp Robert Tripp Brownie Tugwell Kathy Tugwell Marla Tugwell Shelia Turnage Judy Tyson Mattie Vines Phillip Wainwright James Weaver Sherry Webb Earl White Morris Williams Willie Williams Clay Williamson Ellen Williford Luann Willoughby Cloyce Wilson Sandra Winder Carolyn Wooten George Wooten Gail Worthington David Wrought Not pictured: Delores Gorham Ronnie Hardison Jerry Hart Carolyn Jordan Charles Lawrence Alfonza Monk James Phillips Howard Tripp Linda Ward Thomas White 57 Being a Freshman is: exciting and eager-gym classes-building floats -Algebra I-panicking, but still passing two-hour exams— electing officers-paying attention to announcements-scientific experiments— attending assemblies-rising for the Seniors-but mostly, trying to belong. 58 President: Jody Joyner Marty Albritton Lillie Anderson Linda Anderson Wilbert Anderson Debbie Ange Rose Bagley Tim Bailey Connie Baker Linda Baker Mary Barnes 59 (Claes of ’73 Agnes Bairett Qaudia Bairett Mike Baucom Art Beamon Robbie Bell Frank Blalock Randy Blalock Joyce Blow Debrah Bowen Leonard Bradshaw Carl Brock Janet Brown Kathy Brumbeloe Frank Bullock Grant Bullock Ricky Bundy Pat Butts Shirley Butts Betty Bynum Terry Bynum Wayne Calhoun Susan Carraway Charles Chapaler Joyce Cherry Dorothy Cooper Jasper Cooper Cindy Couling Betty Daniels Bobby Daniels DeWanda Davis Tessie Dickens Kelvin Dickens Mike Dixon Hazel Duncan Glen Dwyer 60 Cindy Eason James Eason William Ebron Royce Edwards Annie Ellis Etta Ellis Bobby Erwin Rodney Evans Chuck Finklea Laura Flanagan Dorothy Foreman Ray Forrest Betty Jo Frizzelle Randy Futrell Ronnie Gay Bennett Gorham Victor Gorham Larry Green Joseph Grimsley Rosa Hagans 3[re0(]men Alton Hampton Ernestine Hardy Paulette Hardy Clarence Harris Steve Harris Donnie Hawkins George Hillard David Holloman Phyllis House Faye Howard Don Joyner Jody Joyner Debra King Martha Knight Michael Lambert 62 David Lucas Bobby Locust Debra McLawhon Judy McLawhorn Vickie McLawhorn Barbara May Tommy Miller Lillie Mitchell Alexander Monk Gentry Moore Connie Moore Linda Moore Ronnie Moore Mary Jo Mooring Connie Morton Chester Mosley Deloris Moye Dianne Mozingo Donna Mozingo Patricia Mozingo 63 A. J.R. Murphy Brad Nichols Glenda Nobles Gayle Oakes Clark Owens Lenny Owens Sandy Oxford Kim Parker Maggie Parker Marjorie Parker Amy Powell Martha Purvis Lavern Randolph Michael Rhodes Rita Robinson Charles Rose Randall Rouse Bernice Shelley Bennie Smith Leila Smith Wanda Smith Trina Spear Carolyn Speight Blaney Speight Patricia Stancill Deborah Staton Larry Staton George Strickland Glenn Strickland Bobby Sutton Sandra Sutton Marshall Thompson Tommy Tripp Carl Turnage Allie Tyson 64 Bennie Tyson Janice Tyson Carolyn Vandiford Linda Vandiford Sue Vandiford Mary Vines Stanley Wainwright Velma Ward William Ward Brenda Wilkes Audre y Williams Bobby Williams Donald Williams Grace Williams McCoy Williams Diane Williford Sito Willoughby Gwen Wilson Billy Wooten Charlene Wooten Daisy Wooten Ed Wooten Margie Wooten Troy Wooten Willie Wooten Not pictured: Larry Carr Mickey Cook Gloria Cooper Joseph Darden David Ebron Ray Ebron Annie Edwards Willie Ray Speight Walter Horne Donald Jones Roger Marston James Horne James Penley Helen Wooten Larry Ward Daisy Williams 65 MMM Activity period at FHS. Sleeping beauty. “Are they through running laps?” 66 dotomtor’s J djool John Eason was chosen to attend Governor’s School. Laura Turnage was chosen this year as DAR Good Citizen for participation in her school and community. Each summer two boys and two girls are selected as delegates to Boy’s and Girl’s State. Laura Turnage attended Girl’s State, while Johnny Lewis and Keith Letchworth attended Boy’s State. Carol Smith was also chosen to attend Girl’s State. BA 69 pjo’0 Pjo No one is truly literate who cannot read his own heart. Eric Hotter 70 Socrates Fame is the perfume of heroic deeds. 0 pjo’s p iCibbu (Corbett The best answer to a false idea is the truth. Richard M. Nixon 3john Easrnt It is my principle that the will of the majority should always prevail. Ibsen 73 Ptyo’s 35l|o 74 3)oI]nny |Cefm0 A good listener is not only popular everywhere, but after awhile he knows something. Wilson Mizner 75 ®riria Impossible is a word only to be found in the dic- tionary of fools. Mirabeau 0 Fortune favors the bold. Vigil Pifyo’s ptyn laura ®untage If you want to get an idea, wrap it up in a person. Ralph Bunche Valencia Jffltlltmgljbjj No bird soars too high as he who soars with his own wings. Blake JMomeamtmg . . . jHtss ®omta ,AlIen 80 (ttlub j foeetfyearts Ellen Williford and Ashley Little were chosen as FFA and FHA Sweethearts. Debra Oakley was chosen as DECA Sweetheart. The Key and Keyette Clubs chose Adrianne Gardner and Simon Cox as their Sweethearts. 84 Farmville’s mighty Red Devils were confronted with an adjustment to a com- pletely new coaching staff. This was headed by Gene Brewer and rounded out with Johnny Hardison, D. L. Scott and Ronald Vincent. Even with this change, the Devils combined cooperation and their con- fidence in the new staff with 8-1-1 record, and second place in the Eastern Plains Conference. Managers: Robby Moore and Gene Reel. 86 Wilson carries for gain of yards. 3§arsttg Jfootball Devils ready to capture game. Seniors: Styers, Englehardt, Bradshaw, Darden, Newton, Sauls, QB Sauls prepares to throw the bomb. Davis. 87 Wilson fights for more yardage. Speed merchant Newton breaks free for another TD. Defense is half the victory. Coaches: Gene Brewer, D. L. Scott. I J Davis gains yardage for the Reds. Tripp scores for another victory. Big T makes yardage as the Devils stop ’em cold. 89 ty y 0 " rjMfe 1 aMf ] P Ojj’s Basketball This year’s FHS cagers have worked hard and cooperated greatly with Coach Scott to make this year a good one. Much of the team remains since only four will not return for play next year. The team is young, and with more prac- tice and experience, they surely will show even more improvement. Coach: D.L. Scott 90 Seniors: F. Sauls, K. Bryan, C. Purvis, D. Newton. Tripp shoots for an extra point. 91 Purvis shoots for two! Jump ball-get it! Devils aim for a basket! 92 Coach: Carol Brewer. With a new coach this year, the Lady Devils have combined cooperation, ability, and spirit to make them a winning team. This year has been a great one for the Devils and next year promises to be a successful one. Many of the girls are young and will be back next year, with some having two and three more years of play. Keep up the good work, girls! (liri’s Basketball 93 Seniors: T. Liles, C. Smith, A. James, G. Pierce Sink it, Vicky, sink it!” 1 !w j Cl ll rnjt Vt •C7SB, JL. Put it in, Carol!” “Jump up, Patsy!” Jean shoots for two! 94 Sarita shoots for a basket! Smith dribbles down to score! Time out-White!” Managers: Vicky Spell and Linda Proctor (not pictured). 95 Coach: Johnny Haidison baseball The baseball team gained four victories to Farmville High dur- ing the ’69 season. Although the season was unsuccessful, the players gained valuable experience. With this experience and a new coach the ’70 season should be more successful. Wilson slugs a base hit. Agony of defeat. The end of the season. 97 ®racfe The track season of 1968-69 was a successful one for Farmville High School. They offered strong opposition in all events of the meet. They suffered defeat only at the hands of Conference opponent. Northern Nash. The Track Team represented Farmville well in the Conference Track Meet, taking second place. Coach: Gene Brewer. 98 Amidst confusion: W. Sermons and E. Newton. 99 Coach: Ronald Vincent. Struggle for Victory! Wrestling, a rather new sport at FHS, has created a lot of in- terest. Coached by Mr. Vincent, the matmen have done well, and with effort and determination, they will surely improve even more for our third year in wrestling. 100 (golf Coach: D.L. Scott. The FHA golf teams swings into action this year under the supervision of Mr. Scott. Last year they were conference Champions, and they are looking forward to another good year. We are sure they will make an excel- lent showing. Fuquay gets ready to tee off. 101 Advisor: Mrs. Joyce Lewis Head Cheerleader: Valencia Willoughby IJarsitg (Eljeer leaders Advised by Mrs. Lewis and led by Valencia Willoughby, this year’s squad has put forth a lot of time and effort to cheer our teams on to victory. Their vivaciousness and pep has helped boost school spirit. They’re number one! Alternates: Jo Ann McCoy, Reide Joyner, Karol Hart, Lea Patterson. v irl IP football Coach: Johnny Hardison. Mr. Hardison, new JV coach, has spent much time training the team this year. The team had a fairly good season, and with work, practice, and determin- ation, next year promises much. 104 Coached by Mrs. Carol Brewer, the JV girls have worked hard this year. Since there are only a few other schools with JV girls, the girls did not see very much action. However, next year there will be more chances for them to prove themselves . With coopera- tion and work success will come. m (®irl’s basketball The JV boys, coached by Mr. Johnny Hardison, show much prospect for the coming Varsity teams. Much skill was shown during the season by many of the players who could advance to Varsity soon. Beginners on the team have improved considerably and should continue to demonstrate their skills next year. m bog’s b as c a 105 3139 (Ctjeer leaders Head Cheerleader: Leila Smith. 106 tfyletit Mentors Tricia Liles was honored with being named All-Conference during the 1968-69 basketball season. Dickie Newton receives a plaque from The News and Observer for being named to the All-East Football Team last fall. Fred Sauls. Frank Styers, Dickie Newton and Mickey Bradshaw were chosen as All-Conference football players during the 1969 season. 107 “I give up!” “But Mr. Lawrence,, it’s only flat on one side.” . . . then I signed up for Physics.” “knit one, pearl two.” 108 109 The SCA has worked vigorously and successfully during the past year. Projects such as the magazine sale, homecoming, and the school store were caried out well. Through the guidance of Mr. Worthington and leadership of John Eason, the SCA has enriched the school program. |$£ 1 . Mr. Worthington. John Eason. Officers: John Eason, President; Billy Modlin, Parliamentarian; Keith Letchworth, Treasurer; Harry Smith, Vice-President; Carol Smith, Secretary; Norma Pittman, Jean Wells, Reporters. 110 SENIORS John Englehardt Johnny Lewis Cheryl Tugwell Laura Turnage Gwen Speight Susan Dwyer JUNIORS Lu Williams Wolly Smith David Davenport Johnny Dickinson Pattie Lewis Kathryn Finklea Gretchen Jefferson Donna Allen SOPHOMORES Carlos Moore James Ellis Vance Daniell Sheryl Shreve Celia Harris Millie Brown Barbara Lang Linda Speight Allyson Andrews Pam Johnson Marla Tugwell FRESHMEN Phil Lewis Carl Turnage Mike Baucom Bobby Williams Chester Mosely Bill) ' Wooten Chuck Finklea George Hilliard Lillie Mitchell Martha Purvis Shirley Butts Cindy Eason DeWanda Davis 111 efas Wteioi This year’s News ‘N’ Views is edited by John Walston and Cheryl Tugwell, who have together with their staff worked dili- gently to produce a successful and informative newspaper. Some of the people responsible for its success are the following: Freddie Barrett, Jo Ann Little, Richard Harris, Norma Pittman, Wilton Baker, Wayne Taylor, Jan Daughtry, Pattie Tripp, Jackie Tyndall, Jean Blalock, Frank Styers, Don Blair, Ann Barrett, Vida Blackley, Becky Perkins, Susan Allen, Clay McLawhorn, Jean Johnson. The News ‘N’ Views is advised by Mr. Lewis Lawrence, who has given unselfishly of his time to insure publication. 112 mertca Officers: Geraldine King, Secretary ; Carla Garris, Parliamentarian; Kay Garris, Reporter; Pat Strickland, President; Shelia Vandiford, Vice-President; Kathy Tugwell, Photographer; Ellen Williford, Treasurer. 114 future farmers Officers: Jeff Hardison, Treasurer; Ricky Tugwell, Secretary; Johnny Starling, President; William Sermons, Vice-President; Brownie Tugwell, Chaplain. 115 Officers: Kathy Thompson, Treasurer; Jean Johnson, Historian; Wilton Baker, Vice-President; David Goins, Parliamentarian; Sandy Allen, Secretary; Jo Ann Little, Reporter; Jackie Tyndall, Presi- dent. 116 ill future ®eact|ers of (America Officers: Paula Batts, President; Gretchen Jefferson, Vice-Presi- dent; Teresa Harris, Program Chairman; Dianne Griffis, Secretary; Patsy Flake, Program Chairman; Marla Tugwell, Treasurer. 117 (fllwb Richard Harris, Vice-President; Valencia Willoughby, Treasurer; Fred Sauls, President; Carol Smith, Secretary ; Freddie Barrett, Re- porter. 3lr jicimce (Khtb Officers: Janice Tyson, Treasurer; Martha Knight, Vice-President; Michael Dixon, President. 1 19 120 Officers: Janice Oakley, Treasurer; Frank Styers, Parliamentarian, District President; Debra Oakley, Secretary; Carl Massey, Vice- President; Pattie Tripp, Historian; Mickey Bradshaw, President. |JoIttttal j ctettce Club Officers: Harry Smith, President; Helen Lawrence, Treasurer; Jean Wells, Secretary; Charles Lawrence, Vice-President; Dawson Andrews, Parliamentarian. 121 itbrarg (Ehtb 122 District Officers: Jeannie Baird, Secretary ; Pattie Lewis, Secretary; Reide Joyner, Treasurer. Officers: Pattie Lewis, Secretary; Keith Letchworth, Parliamen- tarian; Phyllis Lewis, President; Jean Blalock, Treasurer; Jo Ann Little, Vice-President; Ally son Andrews, Reporter. 123 atfj (Utah 124 Rational Sonor Officers: Helen Lawrence, Secretar y; Laura Turnage, President; Kenneth Dunn, Treasurer; Pattie Lewis, Vice-President. 125 Cttlub m fWA % if v 1 Ik ki 1 % , Vi 1 f| 1 Officers: Mark Oglesby, Chaplain; Mike McLawhorn, Secretary; Fred Sauls, President; Simon Cox, Treasurer; Kenneth Dunn, Vice-President. 126 Alette Club 1 J « liM - Wtw %iiL v ' ■ L Wl ” L, 1 , 1 : : i JM j JHM ' V - r= ' ; • , ' ' ' 2§v i Ema. j v S, . . 1 .isssl v.x ■ j A 1- ' ' k - oKSkJla_- ' (Hoping (Assistant® 1 tr - y ‘ §f|§||§ HI] L jflRi f M ? jM5J IMP HGrr - ' V., jHIKf ' ‘V? ' _ ' sfy ' j mS i f £ l pjg lab (Assistants 128 (Pfftte Assistants rtoers 129 jfRottttora Head Monitor: Tricia Liles. 38ramattt0 132 Drum Major: Billy Modlin. The Farmville High School Band is under the direction of Jim Furr and Billy Modlin, drum major. Randy Erwin is President of the Band Council; Billy Modlin, Vice President. Class represen- tatives: Richard Harris, Lisa Heller, Lida Gardner, Carl Turnage. Publicity managers: John Eason, Daryl Daughtry. JNajorettes Head Majorette: Susan Dwyer. rcfyioay J taff Editor: Valencia Willoughby, Assoc. Editor: Laura Turnage. Copy Staff: Gwen Speight, Amanda James, Lois Umphlett. Other Staffs: Cheryl Tugwell, Fred Sauls, Tricia Liles, Paul Cannon, Richard Harris, Susan Dwyer, Catherine Allen, Carol Smith, Clay McLawhon. Publicity, Business Staffs: Vivian Speight, Lois Umphlett, Kathy Owens, Jackie Tyndall, Susan Dwyer, Libby Corbett, Jo Ann Little, Shelia Vandiford. The 1970 Archway staff, headed by Valencia Willoughby, has devoted much time and effort to produce a fine annual for the students of FHS. Many sleepless nights were spent planning the layout. However, all was not in vain; the staff takes great pride in presenting the finished product, Archway 1970. 137 (Elf or us 138 Renter ireciorg CATHERINE ALLEN: Band 1,2, 3, 4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4; Math Club 4; Political Science Club 4; Archway Staff, Art Editor, Publicity Staff 4; Lab Assistant 4; Office Assistant 2; District Science Eair Winner 2, State Science Fair 2. ANNE BARRETT: News ‘N’ Views 4, Copyreader; Science Club 4; Math Club 4; Band 1 ; National Jr. Hdnor Society 1; Chess Club 1, Secretary 1; FTA 2,3, Secretary 3; German Club 2,3, President 3. FREDDIE BARRETT: SCA Representative 1,2; Library Club 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 2; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4, Reporter 4; Archway Staff, Feature Editor 4; News TC Views 3 ,4, Assistant Editor 4 ; Keyette Club 4 ; Who’s Who 4 ; Class Treasurer 4; District Science Fair Winner 1. JEAN BLALOCK: Library Club 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; FBLA 2; FTA 3; News ’N’ Views 4, Exchange Co-Editor. MICKEY BRADSHAW: Political Science Club 3; FFA 1 ; Key Club 3,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3,4; Monitor 1,2,3; DECA 3,4, President 4; Library Club 2; Who’s Who 4; All-Conference Football 4. KENNY BRYAN: Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1; DECA Club 3,4; Jr. Science Club 1 ; Science Club 2,3. PAUL CANNON: SCA Representative 1; Monitor 3; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4; Matli Club 4; Political Science Club 4; J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2; Baseball 2,3,4; District Science Fair Winner 2, State Science Fair Winner 2; Archway Staff 4. NORMAN CASEY: FFA 1 ,3,4; Bus Driver 2,3,4; DECA 4. LIBBY CORBETT: Library Club 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 3; Math Club 2,3; Keyette Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Who’s Who 4; English Assistant 1,2; SCA Representative 1,2; Archway Staff, Publicity Manager 4. SUSAN COUNTERMAN: Math Club 1,2, 3, 4; FBLA 4. EDWARD DAIL: FFA 1,2,3; DECA 4; Track 1. RAY DANIELS: Jr. Science Club 1; DECA 3,4. JOHNNY DARDEN: J.V. Football; Varsity Football 1,3,4; Wrest- ling 3,4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4; Math Club 4; Track 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4; SCA Representative 3; District Science Fair Winner 3, State Science Fair ' Winner 3; Honorable Mention All- Conference 4. JAN DAUGHTRY: Jr. Science Club 1 ; Band 1,2, 3,4, Color Guard 3,4; FTA 3; Math Club 2,4; Science Club 4; News ’N’ Views 4, Feature Editor 4; Archway Staff. Feature Staff 4. BECKY DICKINSON: J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 3; Drill Team 1; Homecoming Candidate 3; FHA 1,2,3; DECA 3,4; FFA Sweetheart 2. SUSAN DWYER: FHA 1; Drill Team 1; Majorette 2,3,4, Assistant Head 2, Head 4; Class Secretary 2; National Honor Society 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Homecoming Candidate 2; SCA Representative 1,2, 3, 4; Monitor 3; Science Club 2,3; Math Club 4; Keyette Club 4; Archway Staff, Business Manager 4. JOHN EASON: Band 1,2,3, Dance Band 1,2,3, Stage Band 1, Band Council 2,3,4, Student Director 4; SCA Representative 2,3, President 4; Monitor 2,3, Head 3; Class Vice President 2, President 3; Jr. Science Club 1, President 1; Science Club 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4, Chaplain 2, Secretary 3; Who’s Who 4; Political Science Club 3,4; Math Club 4; Governors School 3; School Consolidation Committee 4; Office Assistant 4. CHARLES EDWARDS: FFA 1,2, 3,4; DECA 4; Bus Driver 3,4. JOHN ENGELHARDT: Key Club 3,4; Varsity Football 3,4; SCA Representative 4; Freshman Biology Club 1; Monitor 4. BILL ERWIN: Band 1,2,3, Dance Band 1, Band Council 3; Jr. Science Club 1 ; Science Club 2; DECA 3,4. SANDRA FORREST: Jr. Science Club 1; Drill Team 2; Math Club 2,3,4; News Views 3; Monitor 3,4; Archway Staff, Art Staff 4. 139 DAVID GOINS: J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2,3,4; FBLA, Parliamentarian 4; DECA 3,4; Baseball 1; Bus Driver 4. RICHARD HARRIS: Monitor 1; SCA Representative 1; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Band 3,4, Band Council 3,4, Vice President 3, Senior Representative 4; News ‘N’ Views 4, Assistant Editor 4; J.V. Bas- ketball 1,2; J.V. Football 1; Math Club 4; Lab Assistant 4, Head 4; District Science Fair Winner 3, State Science Fair Winner 3; Key Club 4, Keyette Sweetheart 2. RONALD HEATH: FFA 1, 2,3,4. MIKE HINES: FFA 1,2, 3,4. DEBRA HOBGQOD: Mixed Chorus 1,2; FHA I; FBLA 2,3,4; Library Club 1 . AMANDA JAMES: Drill Team 1; Jr. Science Club 1; FTA 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Archway Staff, Copy Staff 4; Assistant Monitor 3,4; FBLA 4; Track Assistant 1,2; District Science Fair Winner 2, State Science Fair 2; Li’l Abner 1 . HERMAN JENKINS: FBLA 4, Historian 4; Dramatics 4; DECA 3, Vice President 3; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; J.V. Football 1. RICHARD JONES: Band 1,2, 3, 4; Jr. Science Club 1 ; Science Club 2,3,4; District Science Fair Winner 3, State Science Fair Winner 3. DONNIE KING: Math Club; Monitor; FFA. KEITH LETCHWORTH:: SCA Treasurer 4; Class President 4; Key Club 4; Science Club 3,4; Library Club 3,4; School Consolidation Committee 4; Boys State 3; News C N’ Views 3, Managing Editor 3; Archway Staff , Assistant Editor 4; Football 1,2; Track 1; Spanish Club 2; Marshal 2; Homeroom President 1. MORRIS LEWIS: FFA 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Assistant Bus Driver 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . JOHNNY LEWIS: FFA 1,2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Sentinel 3; Library Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; DECA 3; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1; Who’s Who 4; Key Club 4; Boy’s State 3; SCA Repre- sentative 4. PATRICIA LILES: Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, All-Conference 3, All-East 3; Class Treasurer 3; Band 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Track Assistant 2,3,4; Monitor 2,3,4, Head 4; Jr. Science Club 1 ; Science Club 2,3; Keyette Club 3,4, President 4; Who’s Who 4; Archway Staff, Art Editor 4. JO ANN LITTLE: FHA 1,2, Secretary 2; FTA 3; Library Club 2,3,4, Vice President 4; FBLA 4, Reporter 4; Keyette Club 4; Archway Sj_aff, Business Manager 4; News ‘N’ Views 4, Assistant Editor 4. CLAY MCLAWHON: Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4; Kiwanis Scholarship For Grades 2; Math Club 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 3,4; School Store 4; News ‘FT Views 4; Archway Staff 4; Lab Assistant 2. LARRY MEWBORN: Key Club 4; Jr. Science Club 1; Math Club 2,3; FBLA 4; Baseball Manager 2,3; Basketball Manager 3; Foot- ball Manager 3; Office Assistant 1,2,3; Bus Driver 3,4. 140 CHARLES PURVIS: Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2; J.V. Bas- ketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; DECA 4; Class Vice President 3; Baseball 4. PHILLIP REEL: DECA 3,4; FFA 1,2, 3,4, Reporter 3, Sentinnel 4; Track 2,3. RONNIE REEL: Track 2,3; FFA 1,2,3; DECA 4. JUDY ROLLINS: Band 1 ; Library Club 2,3,4; Math Club 4. FRED SAULS: Key Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Class President 2; SCA Representative 2; Monitor 2,3; Football 1,2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3; Who’s Who 4; Archway Staff, Sports Editor 4; All- Conference Football 4. ARLENE MOSLEY: FTA 1,2, 3,4; Dramatics 1,2; J.V. Cheerleader WILLIAM SERMONS: Track 1,2, 3,4; FFA 1,2, 3, 4, Vice President 1; News ‘N’ Views 4. 4; DECA 4. BETSY NORVILLE: Drill Team 1,2, Color Guard 3; FTA 2,3,4, Program Chairman 3; FHA 1. DEBRA OAKLEY: FBLA 2,3, Historian 3; DECA 4, Secretary 4; Math 1 ; Band Secretary 4. JANICE OAKLEY: FHA 1,2, Reporter 1, Parliamentarian 2; FBLA 3; DECA 3,4, Treasurer 4; FTA 4. KATHY OWENS: Archway Staff 4; Miss Archway 4; Dramatics 2; Keyette Club 4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3; FTA 4; Band 1,2; Homecoming Candidate 1,3; Class Reporter 1; SCA Representative 1; J.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4. ALICE PARKER: DECA 3,4; FHA 1,2, Historian 2. CAROL SMITH: J.V. Cheerleader 1, Co-Head 1; Varsity Cheer- leader 3,4; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4, Reporter 3, Secretary 4; SCA Representative 1,2,3, Secretary 4; Track Assistant 1,2, 3, 4; Majorette 2; Drill Team 1, Assistant Head 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Keyette Club 3,4, Vice President 4; SCA Re- porter 3; Math Club 4; Archway Staff, Sports Editor 4; District Science Fair 2, State Science Fair 2. GWEN SPEIGHT: FTA 1,2,3, Treasurer 2, President 3; Library Club 1,2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; NEDNCHSLA Secretary 3; Class Secretary 4; FBLA 4; Homecoming Candidate 4; FBLA 4; News ‘N’ Views 4, Managing Editor 4; Archway Staff. Typing Staff 4. VIVIAN SPEIGHT: Archway Staff, Business Staff 4; Jr. Science Club 1; FTA 2,3,4; Homecoming Candidate 4; News ‘N’ Views 3; Dramatics 3. GAYLE PIERCE: Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, All-Conference 2, Co- Captain 3; Library Club 1,2; Bible Club 1,2, Program Chairman 2; FHA 1,2; FTA 2,4; Monogram Club 2; FBLA 3,4; News ’N’ Views 4, Managing Editor 4; Keyette Club 4; Archway Staff , Assistant Editor 4. PAUL PITTMAN: FFA 1,4; DECA 4. LINDA PROCTOR: Jr. Science Club 1, Secretary 1 ; Science Club 2,3,4; Band 1; Math Club 4; Monitor 2,3; Marshal 2; SCA Repre- sentative 2; National Honor Society 2,3,4; District Science Fair 1,2, State Science Fair 2; Girl’s Basketball Assistant Manager 3, Manager 4; Archway Staff. 141 JOHNNY STARLING: FFA 1,2, 3, 4; Football 2. PAT STRICKLAND: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; DECA 3,4; Guidance Assistant 4. JACKIE TYNDALL: Office Assistant 1; FHA 1,2, President 2; FBLA 3,4, Reporter 3, President 4; DECA 3; Majorette 3,4; FTA 4; SCA Representative 3; News ‘N’ Views 4, Exchange Editor 4; Archway Staff 4, Business Staff 4; Guidance Assistant 4. LOIS UMPHLETT; Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4; Math Club 4; Dramatics 3,4; Keyette Club 4; SCA Representative 2; Drill Team 1,2, Head 2; Majorette 3; Homecoming Candidate 2; Archwav Staff 4, Copy Editor, Publicity Staff; Monitor 4; FBLA 4. CARL VANDIFORD; FFA 1,2,3, 4; DECA 4; Bus Driver 3,4. SHELIA VANDIFORD: FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Reporter 3, Vice President 4; DECA 3,4. JUDY VINCENT: Archway Staff, Typing 4; Math Club 1 ; Library Club 2,3,4. FRANK STYERS: Jr. Science Club 1; Science Club 2,4; Political Science Club 3,4; DECA 3,4, Candidate for State Office 3, Most Outstanding Student 3, Parliamentarian 4, District President 4; Dramatics 1; Office Assistant 2,3,4; LH Abner 1; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2, 3, 4, All-Conference Track 1,2; Wrestling 3; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention All-Conference Football 3, Honorable Mention All-District Football 3, All- Conference Football 4, Tri-Captain 4; Band 1,2; News ’N’ Views 4, Humor Editor 4. WAYNE TAYLOR: FHA 1,2,3; DECA 3,4; News TV Views 4. PHYLLIS TRIPP: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; FFA 1,2,4; DECA 3,4. BOBBY TUGWELL; FFA 1,2; Math Club 1; DECA 3,4; Jr. Science Club 1 ; Typing Assistant 2,3; Monitor 4. CHERYL TUGWELL: Drill Team 1,2, Assistant Head 2; Math Club 1,4; Science Club 2,3; News ‘N’ Views 3,4, Co-Editor 4; Keyette Club 4; Archway Staff 4, Photographer; Dramatics Club 1,2, 3, 4; SCA Representative 4; Monitor 2,3; Color Guard 3; LiT Abner 1. DAVID TUGWELL: FFA 1, 2,3,4. RICKY TUGWELL: Library Club 1,2, 3, 4; FFA 1,2,3, 4; Bus Driver 3,4. LAURA LEE TURNAGE: Jr. Science Club 1, Vice President 1; Drill Team 1 ; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Class Treasurer 2; Science Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4, President 4; Library Club 2,3,4, Chaplain 2; Science Club, Secretary 3; Class Secretary 3; Keyette Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Marshal 2,3, Co-Chief 3; Girl’s State 3; DAR History Award 3; DAR Good Citizen Award 4; SCA Representative 2,4; Archway Staff 4, Associate Editor; Who’s Who 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1. Vvj JOHN WALSTON: Band l,2,3,4; a Jr. Science Club 1 ; Science Club 2,3,4; Class President 1; SCA Representative 1; News ‘N’ Views 1,4; Co-Editor 4; Office Assistant 2; Assistant Monitor 3; Class Vice President 4; Archway Staff 4, Assistant Editor; Math Club 4; LiT Abner 1; Dramatics 4. National Honor Society 4. PAT WILLIFORD: Mixed Chorus 1,3; DECA 3,4; Historian 3; Math Club 1. VALENCIA WILLOUGHBY: J.V. Cheerleader 1, Head 1; Cheer- leader 2,3,4, Assistant Head 3, Head 4; Drill Team 1; Class Sec- retary 1; Jr. Science Club 1; Secretary 1 ; Science Club 2,3,4; Trea- surer 4; Math Club 4; Marshal 2,3, Co-Chief 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Archway Staff 4, Editor; News ‘N’ Views 4; Monitor 2,3; Homecoming Candidate 1; SCA represen- tative 1,3; Keyette Club 4; Who’s Who 4; Dramatics 1,2, 3,4; LiT Abner 1; District Science Fair 1,2, Winner 2, State Science Fair 2; School Consolidation Committee 4. 142 143 Town of Farmville 144 Bell’s Warehouse has served our farming community for many years and has many satisfied patrons. It will continue to offer high jjg_ Briley prices and fine service in the future. Caraman Oil Co. Distributor Of ESSO Products SK3-3562 609 W. Wilson Street Farmville, North Carolina Owner T.E. Carawan Compliments One of the more modern industries in Farmville, the Farmville Division of U.S. Industries, Incorporated, congratulates the gradu- ating Class of 1970. Lang’s Inc. 145 Tommie Willis Inc For complete home planning service see Tommie Willis Inc. 425 Greenville Blvd., Greenville, N.C. j.C. s Joby ’ Griffin J.C. Griffin is the representative of Nationwide Insurance. See him at 122 North Main Street or call SK3-3019. FOUNTAIN MOTOR COMPANY IRVIN OWfcN? - HltTON OWENS GENERAL AUTO - TRUCK TRACTOR REPAIRING Phone SH 9-3316 ESSO PRODUCTS The College Shop and Pappagallo Gallery at 222 East Fifth Street in Greenville, is the fashion headquarter’s for high school and college girls. Come on girls, go see them today. Tug well’s Grocery Tugwell’s Grocery of Route 2, Farmville congratulates the Class of ’70. Mor Mac Mormac, located in the heart of Farmville, has all the school sup- plies anyone would need. They are equipped to handle all your printing needs. First Baptist Church 146 Pitt-Greene Electric Membership Co-op Pitt-Greene Electric Membership Co-op is “owned by those it serves.” They congratulate the Senior Class of Farmville High School. Ray’s Restaurant Ray’s Restaurant in the heart of Farmville serves delicious home cooked meals in the warmest and most pleasant atmosphere imaginable. Visit them today and enjoy the best meal ever. FCX Feed Mill John J. Barefoot, manager of the FCX Grain-marketing service, located on South Fields Street Extension, and his staff are ready to fulfill your grain needs. MARKET | ITT Red’s Service Red’s Radio and TV Service offers the finest repair service in the Farmville area. Highly skilled and experienced men are always standing by to serve you quickly and efficiently. Stop by and see their wide range of Magnavox and Whirlpool Appliances. r Kt osi Collins And Aikman World’s Largest Manufacturers of Tricot” Congratulates The Seniors LUMBER PAINT HOME BUILDERS SUP PLY CO ' All Kinds of Building Materials ” bricks ROOF I NG CEMENT PLASTER PRODUCTS 2000 DICKINSON AVENUE w I NDOWS . DOORS BU i LDER S HARDWARE Kue’s Pharmacy Kue’s Pharmacy is the place to go for all your sundry needs. Mr. Joe Kue, manager, along with his smiling staff will be glad to assist you in any way. Jenkins’ Grocery Located on the 264 By-pass, Herman Jenkins Grocery strives to serve you best. Craft Steel Works Steel C raft Pitt Mobile Homes Dealers in the finest of mobile homes, Pitt Mobile Homes would like to extend warm congratulations to the Seniors of 1970. Larry’s Shoe Store Larry’s offers the finest made shoes at reasonable prices. Bring the family and choose from their large selection of shoes. Shirley’s Self-Service Shirley’s Self-Service is open every day to better serve its cus- tomers. Dealers in UNICO GAS, they congratulate the 1970 seniors. Duke-Buick-Pontiac Company Duke-Buick-Poitiac Company, located on Highway 264 at Marl- boro, has a wide selection of new and used cars, including the 1970 models. “Wouldn’t you really rather have a Buick?” 149 City Drug Co. Compliments of Cobb’s Store Route One, FarmviUe, N.C. 1 + + + + ' ;■ City Drug Co., your complete drug store, invites you to let them serve you. Stop in soon and enjoy their warm welcome. Farmville Beauty Salon The Main Street Salon that appreciates your patronage and friend- ship. Visit us soon. Compliments of Fountain And Monk’s Warehouse The Bank Of The Bank of Farmville, a long established firm, has catered to the needs of the citizens of Pitt County for many years. They con- gratulate the Class of ’70. 150 151 Varsity Cheerleaders 1969-’7Q The First National Bank of FarmviUe, a new firm in eastern North Carolina, has already established a fine record for itself. Its modern building is located on South Main Street. They con- gratulate the Class of ’70! Shop Pleasing Pitt Plaza Acres of free parking 23 beautiful stores to serve you 152 Marlboro Restaurant F.C. Owens Enjoy good eating at the Marlboro Restaurant located at Marlboro General merchandise and Nationwide Insurance in Fountain, N.C. on the 264 By-Pass. Home Mutual Insurance Joe D. Joyner, your local Home Insurance agent, is ready to assist you in setting up an insurance policy. Mr. Joyner, also a realtor, will be glad to help you find a home to suit your needs. Fountain Milling Co. Fountain Milling Company, local supplier of Wayne Feed, is located on Highway 258 in Fountain. They offer the highest proces in this area for your soybeans and corn. Burress Electric Co. For heating and air-conditioning, see Buress Electric Co. They also do industrial, residential, and commercial wiring. They are located at 609 West Wilson Street, Farmville. Compliments of Compliments of The Glamor Shop Hendrix-Barnhill Co. 153 Dick McLawhorn Service Station Visit Dick McLawhorn Service Station today for quick and friendly service. Jimmy Lewis Service Station Phone 753-3437 and ask for Jimmy Lewis to assist you with all your car needs. ! B ook aril 123 E. 5th St. GREENVILLE, N. C. 27834 Come in and brouse Pitt County Transportation Co. Pitt County Transportation Company serves the public with the best in trucking service. They offer efficient and dependable service on both local and long hauls. Congratulations to the Seniors from this fine business. Cedric Davis Cedric Davis sends his congratulations to the Class of ’70. Trevathan’s Store Trevathan’s Store at Joyner’s Crossroads, north of Farmville, is ready to provide its customers with all grocery needs. They also offer a wide variety of delicious foods at their grill. Fresh Fruits Produce Compliments from Fresh Fruits and Produce to the Class of ’70. 154 McDavid Associates Newton’s Red White Newton’s Red and White has the finest stock of groceries around at low prices. Mr. Newton invites you to visit his store. McDavid Associates will survey your land for you with expert precision. Call Mr. Jack McDavid for dependability and ef- ficiencey. jBT jL V. .A ...u iPP |S, Wi-iWri W -T Compliments of Veterans of Foreign Wars Williams Jewelers Post No 9081 If you’re a bride-to-be or just a “plain Jane”, William’s Jewelers have a fine selection of jewelry for any need. Visit them today. 155 The Booster’s Club Supports Farmvilie High School And All Of Its Activities Majorettes 1969-70 SOUNDS UNLIMITED SALES — INSTALLATION — SERVICE 408 EVANS STREET GREENVILLE, N. C. 27834 PHONE: (919) 758-2600 aciM - Maid . . . tH£ PROVED, built, n Vacuu m cleaning system The Marlboro Inn The Marlboro Inn, Farmville’s finest motel, provides comfortable accomendations for the weary and tired traveler. It has 34 air- conditioned units and a swimming pool. Each room has a tele- vision. 159 Farrior and Son’s Rackley Electric Co. Farrior and Son’s congratulates the Class of ’70. Rackley Electric Company has all your electrical needs. For fast, dependable service contact them today. Joyner Son Grocery Jones Grocery For the best in food visit Joyner and Son’s Grocery. They wel- come you to stop in soon. For good, old fashioned, country service, visit Jones Grocery at Kings Cross Roads today. Lewis Store Compliments of Cobbtown Self-Service Located on the 264 By-pass outside of Farmville, Lewis’ Store offers you the best in fresh meats, vegetables, and groceries. Cobbtown, N.C. Murphey’s 66 Compliments of Murphrey’s 66 in their new location at Marlboro invites you to stop in and let them serve you. Norman’s Jewelry Farmville, North Carolina Outland’s Barber Shop Compliments of First-rate service and a friendly atmosphere are awaiting you at Outland’s Barber Shop on Main Street in Farmville. Visit them soon. K. Cannon’s N. Thomas Compliments of For fine clothing and friendly service go to N. Thomas on Main Street in Farmville open six days a week to better serve you. Moore’s Florist Pope’s Discount Congratulations to the Seniors Pope’s Discount Center is known for its outstanding savings and friendly service. Pay them a visit today and you’ll be glad you did. from N. Cannon’s H.Z. Ross See H.Z. Ross at Mobile Feed Service for custom grinding and mixing. Phone 758-1881. Compliments of Hamilton’s Barber Shop 160 Compliments of PRESCOTT’S Hardware, Garden Center 306 S. Main St. Farmville, N.C. Don Bryan’s Grocery Don Bryan’s Grocery, located on South Main Street, is ready for you to receive their friendly and fine service. Crumpler’s Fruit Stand Visit Crumpler’s Fruit Stand for fresh fruits and service with a smile. The Little Rocket If you enjoy hamburgers, french fries, hot dogs, drinks or milk- shakes, go to The Little Rocket and try theirs. Bill Auto Parts NAPA quality parts, for automotive, trucks, tractors, small engines, outboard boat engines. See them today. Compliments of Wooten Oil Company Farmville, North Carolina Farmville Fish Oyster Co. For fresh fish and oysters visit the Farmville Fish and Oyster Company soon. Let them hold the line for you. Norman’s Grocery Bonnie’s Cafe Manager Sam Hobgood invites you to sample the unique home cooking at Bonnie’s, for 25 years known as Farmville’s “Place of good eating.” Steaks, bar-b-que, fresh fish and oysters every day. Daily specials. Norman’s Grocery has an efficient delivery service, why tire your- self by going to a store? Let Norman’s do the walking for you. 161 Design your own ring and have it in just 6 weeks! Famous Gold Lance class rings are Finest quality -finest craftmanship. Com- pare-and order yours today. Tyson Jewelers Farmville, N.C. Ellis’s Jewelry Ellis’s has the best in jewelry at moderate prices. Their skilled and efficient watch repairman can fix any watch. Atlas Service Station Atlas Service Station is a place where the customer can expect the best in service. Go by and let them give you a fill-up. North State Garment Company North State Garment Company is one of the leading industries in our area. Their efficient employees produce many clothing articles each year. Music Shop The Music Shop sells band instruments, guitars, stereo records, sheet music, pianos and organs. For your musical needs visit them today. Rose’s Shamrock Restaurant The Shamrock Restaurant on Hwy. 264 By-Pass, Farmville is open from 7:30 a.m. till 9 p.m. and on Sunday from 8 to 2. The hosts are Roland and Nellie Lang. Call 753-4445 for reservations and catering. tctnbecfe’S MEN ' S SHOP THE ORIGINAL TRADITIONAL MEN ' S SHOP 427 S. Evans Street and Pitt Plaza Roses of Main Street, Farmville congratulates the Senior Class of ’70. 162 H.L. Hodges and Company, inc. See H.L. Hodges and Company, Inc. for paints, hardware, sporting goods, and garden supplies, located in Greenville, N.C. They send best wishes to the Senior Class. Oakley Oil Co. Oakley Oil Co. provided prompt metered deliveries with quality Phillips 66 Philheat heating oils. “It’s performance that counts.” Compliments Farmville Motors, Inc. 528 South Cotanche St. Greenville, North Carolina 27834 Save Money — Buy Used Text Books from Us. 163 ■ -- ' WI ' • ' . Coca-Cola Bottling Company Greenville, N.C. 164 Brody’s Rouse Prinfery Visit Brody’s, downtown and Pitt Plaza, home of Ladybug and Rouse Printery has a competent staff of workers and is known for McMullen Sportswear. its publication of the Enterprise. Rouse Printery congratulates the Seniors. Messer Chevrolet Inc. Allen Jones Inc. Visit Allen and Jones today for furniture and General Electric appliances. " Putting you first keeps us first” S H Cleaners Farmville Toyland " Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blackley encourage you to try their quality cleaning and fast service. Go today; a friendly smile and warm Farmville Toyland, located on Main Street, has a wide stock of atmosphere await you. toys to please that youngster in your home. ROSS’ CAMERA SHOP All Typea ol Cameras 506 EVANS ST. - GREENVILLE, N.C. 165 Rollins Fabric Shop Peele’s Supply Store 1 Rollin’s Fabric Shop located at 110 East Wilson Street have all the latest in materials and sewing needs. Visit them today! Peele Supply Store, located in Fountain, North Carolina, has a complete line of general merchandise. They extend their best wishes to the Senior Class and invite you to visit them. Bryan’s Esso Station Bryan’s Esso Station is your local Esso dealer. He provides friendly and efficient service for his customers. Stop by and visit them today. R.A. Gardner Co. R.A. Gardner and Company, located in Fountain, N.C., has a friendly and pleasant atmosphere in which you may purchase your family articles. Dr. J.M. Mewborn Dr. J.M. Mewborn congratulates the 1970 graduating class. Tyndall-Boyd-Stroud Co. Compliments of Tyndall-Boyd-Stroud Co., Inc. Wholesale grocers in Ayden, N.C. Blount Harvey Co. Blount Harvey and Company, located on Evans Street in Green- ville, N.C., is the main center for young men’s and women’s cloth- ing. Visit them today. 201 E. 5th. STREET HUNTER - HAIG CLOTHING SERO SHIRTS BATES SHOES Greenville, N.C. 166 Turnage Company The Turnage Company, located in Farmville along with its affiliates, Turnage Implement Company and Turnage Milling Company, is prepared to supply farm and home needs completely from such lines as: International Harvester, Purina, Westinghouse, Homelite, Johnson Motors, Sherwin Williams, Maytag, and many others. Here you will find the quality merchandise to fill most every need. 167 Speight Service Center and Auto Parts 121 West Wilson St. Farmville North Carolina " Complete Garage and Repair Service " Moore’s Pharmacy The Moore’s Pharmacy of Tarboro would like to send their con- gratulations to the graduating Class of ’70. So hats off to the Seniors! Dr. Paul E. Jones Compliments of Dr. Paul E. Jones who extends his best wishes to the Senior Class of Farmville High School. R.L. Smith Co. JV Cheerleaders Compliments to the Class of ’70 from R.L. Smith and Company in Farmville. Compliments of C.A. Lilley 168 Compliments of C.A. Lilley. SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Security Savings and Loan Association, a well-established firm, pays the highest interest rate in Farmville. They have an efficient staff to handle your savings and loan accounts. They are eager and waiting to serve you. 169 Joyner’s Men’s Wear Compbments of Joyner’s Men’s Wear and congratulations to thr class of ’70. Dr. Bert Warren Bert Warren congratulates the Senior Class of 1970. FARMVILLE LAUNDRY CLEANERS 118 E. WILSON ST. Samtone PHONE 5K3-S192 fya iMmlle, fyl(Hue i Shaft, 123 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 753-3671 FARMVILLE, N. 27828 L M Grocery L M Grocery, located on the outskirts of Farmville, is ready to give you the best in service. They extend warm wishes to the Senior Class. Big Value Discount One of Farmvi lie ' s newer businesses. Big Value Discount, offers its customers the finest in products at a big savings and all are at a discount! Visit them today and enjoy their hearty welcome. 170 A.C. MONK CO One of the largest tobacco industries in the South, A.C. Monk Company extends its best wishes to the Senior Class of Farmville High School. 171 Farmville Dairies Distributor of Dairy Products Phone Number SK 3-5506 172 ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. OF GREENVILLE 218 AIRPORT RD . GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 27834 Compliments of White’s Auto Store Congratulations Seniors Bethlehem Methodist Church Bell Arthur Monk Memorial Methodist Church Farmville-Fountain Hwy Wesley Methodist Church Stantonsburg Road Key Taylor, Pastor Farmville, N.C. Compliments of Farmville Fountain Nursery Farmville Implement Company h- JOHN PEEREj F.K. AUen W. AUen Farmville Furniture Farmville Funeral Home At FarmviUe Furniture Co., you can find any style of furniture which pleases you. Their Gift Shop is one of the finest in Eastern North Carolina. The modern facilities at Farmville Funeral Home enable the man- agement to provide the best in services at the time of need. 173 Compliments of 3 D RANCH, INC. Farmville, N.C. W.A. Allen W.A. Allen, III Marion A. Stowe Pitt Greenville Air Service Pitt Greenville Air Service has a FFA and VA approved flight school. They provide charter service, aircraft sales, and aircraft rental. Call J.H. Darden Jr., owner, today for your aircraft needs. Dr. S.H. Aycock Dr. S.H. Aycock compliments the Seniors and sends them his congratulations. Mid-East Photo Mid-EAst Photo Copy P. O. Box A Farmville, N.C. 27828 Smith-Dougiass, local dealer for fertilizer, seed and insecticides, is the answer to the farmers needs. Visit them today for all your farm supplies. Copy Smith-Dougiass Fertilizer 1 174 Carolina Dairy Carolina Dairy, situated on the Ayden highway in Greenville, provides grade “A” milk and dairy products for many people in this area. Candlewick Inn WFAG Here’s Coach Norma doing her thing on the “Coach Norma Sports Report.” Coach Norma is WFAG’s fabulous prognosticator of the sports world’s fates and fortunes. Also listen to WFAG’s “Portraits” for the finest music around. 175 The following citizens would like to congratulate the Senior Class of ’70. Mrs. Earl Flake Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Quilliver Little Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Flake Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hobgood Mrs. Adelaide Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Speight Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Rollins Mr. and Mrs. Earl Oakley Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Erwin Mr. and Mrs. James B. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beamon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wells Mrs. Lou Umphlett Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Heath Mr. and Mrs. Alvis L. Tyndall Mr. and Mrs. Wright Corbett Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Speight, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Oakley Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Walston Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Willoughby Taylor’s For Men Botony 500, Austin Hill, Asher, Textan, Oleg Cassini, Jarman For Ladies Austin Hill and Emily M. For good food and outstanding service, visit Capt’n Hanks, now featuring a grill with thick milkshakes. Seafood is so fresh they’re still flipping. Capt’n Hank’s Restaurant 176 j tudmi Gife All for Farmville stand up and holler!” Support your local monkey. “The die is cast.” 177 “Is the hands off policy in effect?” Clorox was needed here! “Ring around the rosie . . 178 For helping us realize our weaknesses, for encouraging us to work harder, for worrying while drinking all that coffee, yes, even for criticizing us, we would like to thank Mr. Lewis Lawrence. As annual advisor, he has helped the staff immensely. We want him to know that his work and concern is appreciated. 179 JVitd fobat a time it bias 3lt fuas . . . of innoc A time of confidences memories Wt t xt all ttfafg left gou. 180 • Winston-Salem HUNTER PUBLISHING • North Carolina COMPANY ALLEN BARBEE, SPRING HOPE, N. C.
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