Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC)

 - Class of 1971

Page 1 of 200

 

Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1971 Edition, Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 200 of the 1971 volume:

archway 1971 editor : katliryn kilpatrick asst, editors: donna alien sarita hardy pattie lewis table of contents administration 15 features 27 organizations 45 sports 77 classes 103 advertisements 153 im ' f ■ v»% 95S8!? dedication mr. e. plato bass a man, a teacher, and a friend — these words can only partly describe the senior class’s feelings for the person we have chosen to honor on this page, as a man, he has set high standards for us and an example of true devotion to a job. as a teacher, he has always gone out of his way to help each Individual, treating him not only as a student but also as a son. his record of many years of service to the student is proof of his concern, willingness to help, and desire to prepare youth for the future. yet as a friend, this is how he will be remembered by the members of his agriculture classes and members of the ffa. for all these reasons and many more we dedicate this page to you . . . mr. edison plato bass. 5 in appreciation . . . in appreciation . . . to you, our faculty and administration, we have placed this page in our annual to honor you and to express our sincere thanks for everything you have given us in our school days. for your understanding, concern, care, and love, we realize we are indebted to you. you have helped in many ways to mold our lives, and you have given us more than facts and knowledge through the examples you have set for us. you will be remembered in our fondest memories for your help through our weakest moments, for the times we have disappointed you, we can only hope to repay you by fulfilling your dreams for us. for being there when it counted, we pause now to say a humble thank you—one last time . . . with appreciation and love, the senior class of 1971 here they come some are walking, some are riding here they come, yeah and some are flying, some just gliding released after years kej)t in hiding they’re climhing up the ladder rung by rung enter the young, yeah they ' ve learnefl to think enter the young, yeah more than yon think they think not only learned to think hut to eare 9 not only learned to think bnt to dare enter the young yeah, here they eoine some with questions, some decisions here they come and some witli facts and some with visions of a place to multiply without the nse of divisions to win a prize that no-one s ever won here they come, yeah some are laughing, some are crying 11 here they come and some are doing, some are trying some are selling, some are buying some are living, some are dying hut demanding recognition one hy one enter the young, yeah 1 B 1 ! 1 jjgggg BS " TWSB 1 f WB 13 Enter the young advisory council — mr. carter smith, mr. tom patterson, mr . carl venters, mr. joby griffin, mr. joe phillips, mr. james taylc mr. linwood owens, mrs. fran hurley, mrs. nellie outland. pitt county superintendent — mr. arthur s. alford principal — mr. russ cotton 16 miss elizabeth edwards — guidance mr. sam Worthington — ass’t principal mrs. manley patterson — secretary, bookkeeper mrs. joney taylor — secretary 17 faculty miss pauline anderson — home economics vocational education mrs. beverly batchelor — librarian mrs. carol brewer — math 18 mr. gene brewer — physical education mrs. joan cox — english mr. don dempsey — social studies, guidance mr. ernest crumpler — vocational education mr. larry denny english 19 mrs. doris dixon — home economics mr. james furr — band miss Catherine greene — science mrs. betty fulford — business education mrs. lillie graham — math 20 mrs. marguerite hart — foreign language miss grace home — english mrs. gayle hudson — math mr. lewis lawrence — english mrs. peggy hudson — english 21 mr. wayne morris — vocational education mr. john meares — social studies ■ 11 ' it i f yJL IS mrs. mary moore — math mrs. joyce pettis — social studies 22 mrs. bessie redden — mixed chorus mr. d. I. scott — science mr. kenneth smith — distributive education mrs. cynthia thompson — science miss edna sherrod — business education 23 mrs. vivian turnage — science mr. ronald Vincent — health, physical education •4v- Va» « V WA V mrs. ann williams — social studies mrs, lurline wheless t : i ■ i 1 1 rs!» 24 custodians: mr. w. williams, mrs. s. williams, mr. c. barrett, mrs. mary trances tyson mrs. e. davis, mr. m. joyner cafeteria staff: mrs. m. tyson, mrs. t. gay. mrs. g. speight, mrs. I. rhodes, mrs. m. barrett 25 miss archway paula halts 28 29 johnny dickinson becky brumbeloe Simon cox 31 jeanie baird kenneth dunn debra ellis sarita hardy 33 reide joyner kathryn kilpatrick pattie lewis harry smith jean wells marshals chief, ass’t chief 39 40 Vickie gorham gretchen jefferson doris teel ella barnes jilayne erwin dewanda davis mary jo mooring peggy ellis sandra harris friendship court 41 42 junior-senior ’70 ' Tn ■ mJ- r this page is sponsored by sea school store pres. — johnny dickinson v-pres. — robert tripp sec. -trees. — donna alien chaplain — Charles rasberry pro], chm. — reide joyner prog. chm. — vickie gorham i 1 1 w if V ’ m Id Kenneth dunn — Simon cox harry smith - mark ogiesby — jody joyner political science pres. — wolly smith v-pres. — paula batts sec. — joy bundy treas. — celia harris pari. — Charles lawrence i ■ 1 S., pres. — jeanie baird v-pres. — kathy thompson sec. — becky perkins treas. — brenda vandiford Fiction i SAort Sfnri c V- • a| officers have not been elected fr ' f iiSMBM 1; j ' ' nr -v-i 5 . ' rams3 iM. m itiM pres. — millie brown v-pres. — sandra winder sec. — kathy thompson treas. — jean wells prog. chm. — joy joyner and margie barnette pres. — gene reel v-pres. — ray hines sec. — phillip wainwright treas. — roger sugg sent. — frank brady chaplain — brownie tugwell Kenneth dunn — mike mclawhorn donna alien - Simon cox fm Aw science pres. — billy modlin v-pres. — earl white sec. — barbara lang treas. — paula batts Hr ' • iij pres. — geraldine king v-pres. — sandra winder sec. — sue reei ass’t sec. — linda Strickland treas. — dardene edwards B 1 H J library club pres. — pattie lewis v-pres. — allyson andrews sec. — phyllis lewis treas. — dewey fuquay chaplain — roland letchworth rep. — doug leonard h ■■ :- L - ■ ' ' ' »M M||| s aSjjjS iff: bus drivers office assistants typing assistants lab assistants eds. — pittman vida blackley, jean wells, norma man. ed. ass’t eds joy joyner - sheila turnage, mack dickens ||gj| 1 f= W : r M iL w 1 jm 0im |j r ■ : M Tis page is sponsored by rouse printery 1971 archway staff annual staff editor — kathryn Kilpatrick ass’t editors — donna alien, sarita hardy, pattie lewis business managers — jean wells, david davenport; staff, susan alien, kathryn finklea, kathy thompson publicity manager — joy bundy; staff, nell lewis, deborah mozingo, debbie baucom, doris teel, letha jarman feature editor — lu williams; staff, paula batts, helen lawrence, norma pittman sports editor — reide joyner; staff, karol hart, melissa mcdavid copy editors — vida blackley, debra ellis; staff, jeanie baird, letha jarman art staff — becky brumbeloe. jean johnson, betty Schlatter photography editor — wilton baker; staff, vicky spell, gretchen jefferson, patsy flake majorettes 75 sweethearts ffa and fha sweethearts 76 deca sweetheart keyette sweetheart f r4!5Fc K.» J S ' fSM varsity football the coaching staff of the farmville red devils, headed by coach gene brewer, and aided by coach d. 1. scott and coach Claude r. dark, helped the mighty devils to accomplish a most successful and rewarding season. although the devils lost a conference game to northern nash, and were defeated by their arch rival, ayden, they had a splendid record of 6-1. overall record of 8-2 and a conference us them 22 southern nash 6 34 hobbton 0 22 vanceboro 0 25 c. b. aycock 7 0 northern nash 17 10 ayden 20 6 north lenior 0 18 green central 14 28 southern wayne 7 38 grifton 8 ' V, ' ' Sv flis football m ll■l ' ..M 1 i j ft i y 1 ffH -df 1 ii LUi boy’s basketball the fighting devils started the 1970 season with high hopes of being a contender, there was a great deal of individual potential in the team and much desire to win, the red devils were coached by d. I. scott and finished the season with a conference record of 10-4. in the final analysis, the devils proved to themselves and to the students that they could win. a.c. monk co. this page is sponsored by ' • .. , i . girl’s basketball the lady devils, coached by carol brewer, managed to easily fill the four empty spaces left from the previous year, the team got off to a slow start, but then came back to win all of their conference games except one and placed first in the conference. this page is sponsored by security saving and loan association baseball the farmville high baseball team had an outstanding 70 season winding things up with a 9-1 conference record, the team was aided by the coaching abilities of coach ronald Vincent and coach johnny hardison. with outstanding pitching, the diamond devils were led throughout their season by wilson, dickinson, sauls, burnette and sermons, although the 70 team lost many valuable players with graduation, the 71 team is looking forward to having a successful season. 10 li9 3 track the ’70 track team had a most successful season, they were well equipped with both sportsmanship and leadership, coached by gene brewer, the running and jumping devils had victories in almost every meet that they participated in. they had many outstanding members on the team and among these outstanding boys was johnny dickinson, who placed first in the mile in the district meet and participated in the state meet, along with johnny, dickie newton also participated in the state track meet. the wrestling team of 70 lacked enough depth in the higher weight classes to have a triumphant season, yet the season was filled with the true devil spirit of fhs. the tumbling devils were coached by ronald vincent. j.v. boy’s basketball the junior varsity boys played under the guidance of coach r. a. benfield. the season, though disappointing to some, was the foundation on which the winning teams of the future will be built. j.v. football the j.v. football team, composed of ninth and tenth graders, was coached by ronald vincent. they had a football record of 2-4, with one game rained out. we they 12 ayden 14 6 snow hill 13 15 eastern wayne 6 14 southern wayne 0 7 d. h. conley 14 0 northern nash 30 j.v. girFs basketball the little lady devils, a fairly new organized team at farmville, were back with us this year, the little devils, coached by john meares, didn’t win too many games this year, but we expect them to come back strong next year. j.v. cheerleaders junior high foothall for the first time at farmville high, we had a junior high football team, which was composed of seventh, eighth, and ninth graders, they were headed by coach liverman and had a football record of 5-3, with one game rained out. athletic honors football honors-charles sutton, hon. ment.; robert tripp, all conf.; kenneth dunn, all conf.; connie tripp, all cof.; (not pictured) Columbus davis, all conf.; alien wilkes, Jeffrey german, philMp wainwright, hon. ment. girl’s basketball honors-jean Johnson, all conf., all county, all tournament; vickie gorham, all tournament; sarita hardy, all conf. track honors-gene reel dickinson, all conf. all conf.; Johnny baseball honors-cloyce wilson, all conf. boy’s basketball honors-connie tripp, all conf. ■ students B ll ‘v ' ll classes seniors 104 senior class officers senior marshals I 105 106 carla garris baker james wilton baker james earl barrett paula howard batts nancy deborah baucom 107 beverly joy bundy Charles elbert calhoun 108 david edward davenport brenda gail davis laura etta davis 109 kenneth roy dunn david quinton dwyer noah gordon edwards 110 edna earl frizzelle 111 dewey wesley fuquay, jr. norman joseph gardner sally kay garris rufus alexander hamilton, jr. Jeffrey allan hardison karol anne hart sarita wynne hardy robert perry harper 113 waiter clifton heath, jr. lisa heller larry lafayette home larry thorne james 114 115 116 carl anthony massey melissa harper mcdavid david michael mclawhorn 117 lynne ann minette Carroll wlllis modlln, jr. danny glenn moore william earl moore Joseph alien mooring 118 evelyn rebecca perkins 119 Carolyn kaye rose elizabeth anne schlatter albert wollaston smith, III 120 harry moran smith sam ray Summerlin joseph lee taylor doris marie teel 121 keith arnold tyson mary kathryn thompson brenda joyce vandiford lola dean umphlett thomas wayne tyson 122 iL Willis henry vandiford, jr. ronnie lee wainwright bobby gene Webber barbara jean wells lula lee williams 123 who’s what gaty alford: dramatics 1,2, 3, 4; science club 1,2,4; math club 1; french club 1,2; art club; rose high school transfer. donna alien; dramatics 1; math club 1,2, 3, 4 sec, 3,4; fca 3,4 sec.-treas. 4; keyette club 3,4; archway ass’t. ed. 4; marshall 2; nhs 2,3,4; monitor 2,3; basketball 1, 2,3,4; majorette 2,3 ass’t. head 3; homecoming candidate 1,3,4 queen 3; letter basketball 1,2,3; who’s who 4; sea rep. 1,3; class sec. 1; track ass’t. 2,3. james alfred alien: political science club 2,3; ffa 1; deca 3,4; marching and stage band 1,2, 3,4; news ‘n’ views 3; bus driver 3,4. mary susan alien: math club 2; political science club 3,4; dramatics 4; fta 3; science club 1; mixed chorus 1,2; arch- way business staff; news ‘n’ views 3; monitor 4; majorette 3,4. lillian eugenia baird; jr. science club 1; sr. science club 2; fta 4; fbla club 3,4 pres. 4; keyette club 3,4 songleader 4; library club 1,2, 3, 4 sec. nednchsla 2; archway copy staff 4; news ‘n’ views 2,3,4; sub. scorekeeper j.v. basketball 1; who’s who 4; science fair award 1; sea rep. 4; devil’s den 4; ncarc state sec. 2,3; arc 2,3,4 pres. 2,3 vice-pres. 4. carla garris baker: fha 1,2,3; fbla club 2,3,4 historian 2 pari. 3; typing ass’t. 2,3,4. james wilton baker: fbla club 2,3 vice-pres. 3; jr. science club 1; deca 3,4 historian 4; mixed chorus 2; office ass’t. 3; archway photo, ed. 4; news ‘n’ views 3,4 sports ed. 4 photo ed. 4; j.v. football 1; wrestling 2,3. james earl barrett: mixed chorus 1,2. paula howard batts: jr. science club 1; dramatics 1,2; fta 2,3,4 pres. 3; sr. science club 3,4 treas. 4; political science club 3,4; keyette club 3,4; archway feature staff 4; news ‘n’ views 2,3,4; monitor 2; j.v. cheerleader 1; science pro- ject winner 1; school store 3; sea rep. 2; class sec. 2; miss archway 4. nancy deborah baucom: fta 1,2; fbla club 3,4; deca 4; dramatics 3; library club 2,3,4; mixed chorus 1; archway publicity staff 4; girls state 3. dalton rufus beamon: ffa 1,2, 3,4; deca 3. vida lynn blackley: fta 1,2,4; dramatics 3; arc 3,4; library club 1,2, 3, 4; archway copy ed. 4; news ‘n’ views 3,4 copy ed. 3 editor 4. rebecca anne brumbeloe: fta 1,2,3 prog. ch. 4; political science club 3,4; keyette club 3,4; dramatics 4; marching band 1,2, 3, 4; archway art staff 4; news ‘n’ views 3,4; monitor 4, ass’t. monitor 1; majorette 2,3,4 ass’t. head 4; color guard 1; who’s who 4; sea icc ch. 4; sea rep. 2; class treas. 2. beverly joy bundy: fta; political science 2,3,4; dramatics 3,4; math club 3,4; keyette club 4; lib. club 1,2; office ass’t. 4; archway Dub. mang. 4; news ‘n’ views 2,3,4; mar- shall 1,2,3; nhs 2,3,4; monitor 3; girls basketball statistician 1,2, 3, 4; girls’ state 3; sea rep. 1. Charles calhoun: jr. science club 1; math club 2,3; n ews V views 4; monitor 4; j.v. football 1; baseball 2; football 4. patsy lou carraway: math club; fbla club 2,3,4; deca 2,4; office ass’t. 3,4; typing ass’t. 4. Simon cox: junior science club 1; key club 3,4 treas. 3, vice pres. 4; math club 2,3,4 pres. 3; science club 3; lab ass’t. 4; monitor 3,4; j.v. basketball 1 cap. 1; j.v. football 1, cap. 1; varsity football 2,3; baseball 2,3; track 3; keyette club sweetheart; baseball 1,2,3; football 2,3; track 3; who’s who. lonnie davis daniels: basketball 1,2,3, 4. david edward davenport: science club 1,3,4; political science club 3; archway business manager; school store 4; sea rep. 3; transfer from asheville school. brenda davis: fha 4; deca 2; typing ass’t. 3,4. laura etta davis: fbla 3; homecoming candidate 4; sea rep. 4; deca 3,4; dramatics 3. Stephen daryl daughtry: math club 1,2,3; political science club 2,3,4; marching band 1,2,3; monitor 2; wrestling 2; school store 4. 124 john dickinson: junior science club 1; math club 2,3; key club 3,4; fca 3,4 pres. 4; track 1,2, 3, 4; j.v. basketball 2; varsity basketball 3,4; baseball 3,4; j.v. football 1; varsity football 4; boys’ state 3; most valuable player, baseball 3; who ' s who 4; track 3, all conference; sea rep. 1,3; class reporter 1; class pres. 3. kenneth roy dunn: key club 2,3,4; vice pres. 3, pres. 4; math club 2,3,4 vice pres. 3; ffa 1; nhs 2,3 treas. 3; foot- ball 2,3,4 cap. 4; bus driver 3,4; class vice pres. 2. david dwyer: junior science club 1; math club 3; wrestling 1; baseball 3 most improved player 3; sgt. of arms 2. noah gordon edwards: science club 2,3,4; mixed chorus 2,3; office ass’t. 2,3; bus driver 3, sub. 4. debra sue ellis: math club 1,2, 3, 4; dramatics 1; keyette club 3,4; archway copy editor; marshall 2,3; nhs 2,3,4; monitor 3,4 head monitor 4; who’s who; sea rep. 2; class sec. 3. randall wayne erwin: junior science 1; math club 2; march- ing band 1,2, 3,4; stage band 3,4 band vice-pres. 1 pres. 2, 3,4; office ass’t. 4; band most improved student musician. kathryn earlene finklea: junior science club 1; political science club 2,3; dramatics 4; keyette club 3,4; archway business staff; monitor 2,3; track ass’t. 2,3; sea rep. 2,3. patsy jean flake; dramatics 2,4; fta 2,3,4 program chairman 3; junior science club 1; science club 2,3; keyette club 3,4 pres. 4; fca 3,4; marching band 1; archway photography staff 4; news ‘n’ views 2; monitor 3,4; basketball 1,2, 3, 4; lettered in basketball. edna earl frizzelle: fbla 3; fha 1,2; deca 4; office ass’t. 3; key club sweetheart 2; ffa sweetheart 2. dewey wesley fuquay: library club 1,2, 3, 4 rep. 2 treas. 4; fca 3,4; key club 4; j.v. football 1; basketball 1,2; golf 1,2, 3,4; lettered in golf 3. chuck gardner: political science 2,3,4; junior science 1; mixed chorus 2; news ' n’ views 3. sally kay garris: fha 1,2,3 reporter 3; fbla club 4; typing ass’t, 3,4; drill team 1. Vickie lynn gorham: fca 3,4 prog chm. 4; fta 2; homecoming candidate 4 friendship court 4; basketball 1,2, 3,4; all con- ference 3; sea representative 4. barry mitchell hamill: ffa 2,3; bus driver 4; belvoir-falkland transfer. ronnie lee hamill: ffa club 1,2,3; bus driver 4; belvoir-falkland transfer. rufus alexander hamilton, jr.: math club 4; fbla club 4; ffa 1,2,3; news ’n’ views staff 4; baseball 1; south edgecombe high school transfer. jeffrey allan hardison; ffa 1,2,3 treas. 3; deca 4; ffa live- stock award 2,3; ted vandiford award 3; school store 3; class sgt. of arms 3. sarita wynne hardy: jr. science club 1; sr. science club 2,3,4; dramatics 4; keyette club 3,4; fca 3; archway ass’t. ed. 4; monitor 3; basketball 1,2,3; cheerleader 2,3,4 head 4; homecoming candidate first runner-up 3; j.v. cheerleader head 1; all conference basketball 3; who’s who 4; sea rep. 1 . karol anne hart: science club 1,2, 3, 4; math club 2,3,4; fta 2; dramatics 1,2, 3, 4; keyette club 3,4; band 1; archway sports staff 4; basketball 1; cheerleader 3,4; school store 3,4. waiter clifton heath, jr.: jr. science club 1; deca 4; march- ing band 1,2, 3, 4. lisa heller: math club 2,3,4; keyette club 3,4; jr. science club 1; sr. science club 3,4; marching band 1,2,3; stage band 3,4; band council rep. 3,4; basketball 1. larry lafayette home; pep club 1; vica club 2; deca 4; key club 4; fbla 4; monitor 4; wrestling 3,4; transfer from new- born high school. bobby lee house: deca 3,4; ffa 1,2,3. 125 larry thorne james: math club 1,2,3; sr. science club 2,3; dramatics 3,4; marching band 1,2, 3, 4; stage band 3,4; band council 1,2; student director 4; lab ass’t. 1,2,3; j.v. football 1; wrestling 2,3. letha jarman: science club 2,3; fta club 4; dramatics 2,3,4; keyette club 4; drum majorette 4; archway publicity and copy staff 4; monitor 3; majorette 3; school store 2. gretchen jefferson; jr. science club 1, treas. 1; fta 2,3,4, vice-pres. 3; keyette club 3,4 vice-pres. 4; sr. science club 2,3; sec. 3,4; archway photography staff 4; ass ' t. monitor 3; cheerleader 3,4; majorette 1,2; homecoming candidate 2,4; who’s who 4; sea rep. 3; class treas. 1. gloria jean johnson: fca 3,4; jr. science club 1; fta 2,3; fbla 3, historian 3;. drama 3,4; keyette club 3,4; archway art staff 4; news ‘n’ views 3,4 art ed. 3; monitor 3,4; basketball 1,2, 3,4 all conference 3, all tournament 3, most valuable player 3, all area 3. carol joy joyner; fta 1,2, 3,4, prog. ch. 4; jr. science club 1; sr. science club 3,4; keyette club 3,4; dramatics 1,2, 3, 4; archway business staff 4; news ‘n’ views 2,4 managing ed. 4; monitor 3,4. elizabeth reide joyner; jr. science club 1; dramatics 1; sr. science club 3; fta 3; keyette club 3,4; library club 2,3,4; fca 3,4 prog. ch. 4; archway sports staff 4; basketball 1,2, 3,4; alternate cheerleader 3; j.v. cheerleader 1; who’s who 4; letter basketball 1,3. ethel kathryn kilpatrick: jr. science club 1, reporter 1; dramatics 1,2, 3, 4; political science club 2,3; fta 3,4; keyette club 3,4; archway ed. 4; news ‘n’ views 2,3,4; marshall 1, 2,3; nhs 2,3,4; monitor 2,3; cheerleader 3,4; j.v. cheerleader 1; who’s who 4; woodsmen of the world award 3; sea rep. 1. geraldine king; fha 1,2, 3,4 vice-pres. 2, sec. 3, pres. 4; deca 3,4. helen ann lawrence; jr. science club 1; fta 3; political science club 2,3.4 treas. 3,4; keyette 3,4; sec. 3,4; archway feature staff 4; nhs 2,3 sec. 3; monitor 3,4. nell marie lewis; fha 2; jr. science club 1; dramatics 1,2; library club 3,4; deca 3; fbla 3; archway publicity staff 4. pattie lewis; keyette club 3,4; jr. science club 1 vice-pres. 1; sr. science club 2,3,4; library club 1,2, 3, 4 reporter 1, sec. 3, pres. 4; archway ass’t. ed.; marshall 1,2,3 chief 3; nhs 2,3,4 vice-pres. 3, pres. 4; library ass’t. of the year 3; dar good citizen 4; sea rep. 1,3; class vice-pres. 3; farmville arc 3,4. Charles ray little: math 1, 2,3,4; monitor 4; news ‘n’ views 4. ashley little: deca 3,4; ffa 1,2,3; fha sweetheart 3. melissa harper medavid: jr. science 1; keyette club 4, math 2,3,4; sr. science club 2; dramatics 2,3,4; archway sports staff 4; news ' n ' views 1,4; monitor 2; basketball 1,2,3; most Improved jr. 3; basketball letter 1; science project award 1; school store 2,4; sea rep. 2; track assistant 1,2. david michael mclawhorn: math club 2,3,4 treas. 3,4; science club 1; see 3,4; monitor 3; track 1; sea rep. 1; class pres. 2. ronald manning; ffa 1,2,3; deca 3,4; monitor 1; bus driver 4. carl anthony massey: math 1,2,3; deca 3,4 vice-pres. 3, pres. 4; political science club 1,2,3; band 1,2, 3, 4; stage band 1,2, 3, 4; office ass’t. 4; j.v. football team manager 1; most improved band student 3; teenage driving contest 3. lynne ann minette: jr. science club 1; sr. science club 2,3,4; keyette club 3,4; library ass’t. 1,2, 3, 4; archway busi- ness staff 4; news ‘jV views feature ed. 4; nhs 2. carol Willis modlin, jr.: math club 3,4; jr. science club 1; sr. science club 2,4 pres. 4; p olitical science club 3; band 1,2,3 drum major 3 vice-pres. 3; stage band 4; lab ass’t. 4; sea par. 3; sea rep. 2. danny glenn moore: fca 4; alt. monitor 3; j.v. football 1; football 2,3,4; wrestling 2,3,4; track 2,3,4; most improved award for wrestling 3. william earl moore; office ass’t. 4. alien mooring: ffa 1,2,3 reporter 3; deca 3,4; j.v. football 1. randy mooring: deca 3,4; ffa 1,2,3. deborah louise mozingo: jr. science club 1; fta 2; fbla 3,4; dramatics 4; deca 4; archway publicity staff 4; monitor 3,4. dickie ray newton: football 1,2,3; track 1,2,3; basketball 3; j.v. basketball 2; most valuable in track; 5th place in state in low hurdles; football manager 4; all conference football 1,2,3; all east 3; most valuable back 3; rocky mount evening telegram back of the week 3. 126 jeff o’neal: jr. science club 1; deca club 3,4; track 2. becky perkins: fbla 4 sec. 4; fta 2,3,4; jr. science club 1; sr. science club 3; political science club 3; keyette club 3,4; dramatics 1,4; archway business staff 4; news ‘jn’ views 3,4; monitor 4; cheerleader 2,3,4; homecoming candi- date 4; j.v. cheerleader 1; school store 2. norma jane pittman: political science club 2,3; jr. science 1; fta 3,4; dramatics club 1,3,4; keyette club 3,4; student in- volvement comm. 3; office ass’t. 4; archway feature staff 4; news ' n’ views 1,2, 3, 4 sports ed. 3, ed. 4; monitor 1, 2,3; basketball 1; football, basketball, and track statistician 1,2,3, 4; j.v. cheerleader 1; most valuable staffer 3; who ' s who 4; sea reporter 2,3 sec. 4. gene reel: ffa 1,2,3, 4; deca 3,4 par. 4; key club 4; wrestling 2,3,4; track 2,3,4; football manager 3,4; mvp in wrestling 3; all conference in track 3; school store 2,3. Carolyn rose: fha 1,2 par. 2; fbla 3,4; deca 4; keyette club 4; deca sweetheart 4; 3rd place award as miss deca 4. betty Schlatter: keyette club 3,4 treas. 4; jr. science club 1; sr. science club 3,4; fta 3,4; political science club 3; dramatics 4; archway art staff 4; news ‘n’ views 4 art ed. 4; marshall 2,3; alt. monitor 3,4. albert wollaston smith: sr. science club 3,4; math club 1,2, 3, 4; political science club 3,4; band 1,2,3; dance band 1,2; j.v. football 1; j.v. basketball 1,2; track team 2; district science fair winner 3; state science fair 3; sea rep. 2. harry smith: political science club 2,3 pres. 3; library club 1,2,3; key club 3,4 sec. 4; see 3,4; marshall 2; j.v. football 1; varsity football 2,3,4; boys state 3; who’s who 4; school store 4; sea vice-pres. 3; sea rep. 2; class pres. 1. Vicky amelia spell: junior science club 1; dramatics 1,2, 3, 4; fta 2,3,4: science club 3: fbla 4; news ‘n’ views 3: archway photography staff 4; ass’t. basketball manager 3 manager 4; school store 3. sam Summerlin: mixed chorus 1,2; baseball 1,2,3; bus driver 3,4. joby taylor: ffa 1,2,3; deca 3,4; j.v, basketball 1. doris teel: fha 2; fta 3,4; fbla 3,4; junior science club 1; dramatics 4; archway publicity staff 4; cheerleader 4; majorette 1,2; homecoming candidate 4; who’s who 4. mary kathryn thompson: jr. science club 1; keyette club 3,4; fta 2,3,4 sec. 4; fbla 3,4 treas. 3, v-pres. 4; archway business staff 4; ass’t. monitor 3; sci. proj. award 1; school store ass’t. 3; cheerleader 3,4; majorette 1,2; homecoming candidate 2; who’s who 4. keith tyson: ffa 1,4; deca 3,4; political science 2,3,4; office ass’t. 3,4. wayne tyson: ffa 1,2,3; deca 3,4. lola umphlett: fta 1,3; fha 1,2,3; deca 3,4; news ‘n’ views 3; majorette 1, 2,3,4 head 4. brenda vandiford: fha 1,2,3; dramatics 1,2,4; fta 3; deca 3,4; fbla 4 treas. 4; typing ass’t. 4; most improved student home economics. Willis henry vandiford: ffa 1,3; political science 2,3,4; deca 3,4; fbla 4. ronnie wainwright: math club 1,2, 3, 4; dramatics 3,4; deca 4; fbla 3,4; office ass’t. 3; monitor 1; j.v. football 1; varsity football 2; school store 2. bobby gene webber: ffa 1,2; deca 3,4. barbara jean wells: junior science club 1 sec. 1: dramatics 1.2, 3. 4; political science club 2,3,4 sec. 3; fta 3,4 treas. 4; keyette club 3,4; see 3,4; archway business manager; news ‘jV views 2,3,4 editor 4; j.v. cheerleader 1; cheerleader 2,3; who’s who; school store 4; sea reporter 3, pres. 4; sea rep. 1,2, 3, 4 class vice-pres. 1. lula lee williams: sr. science club 4 rep. 4; jr. science club 1; math club 2,3,4; dramatics 1,3,4; keyette club 3,4 sec, 4; lab ass’t. 4; archway feature ed. 4; marshall 1,2,3 ass ' t. chief 3; nhs 2,3,4; majorette 1,2, 3, 4; who’s who 4; science fair award 1; sea rep. 1,3; class treas. 3. 127 juniors K aPgjfL 128 junior class officers junior marshals 129 hazel alien jerry alien naomi anderson allyson andrews bebe aycock patsy baker roger barefoot ella barnes margie barnette avis barrett jackie barrett linwood barrett john basso diane beamon rufus beamon darlene blair james blalock jesse blalock sammy blalock terry blalock Willie boyd frank brady tommy brady russell britt linda brock millie brown Willie brown grant bullock Sharon burress annette carney ronald carraway gail case mike Clark janice cox jackie craft billy creekmur 130 lauretta creekmur vance danieil betty daniels mandy daniels janet darden richard davis mack dickens geneva dunn peggy eason roger eason alvin edmundson tony edmundson dardene edwards daphene ellis james ellis percy ellis Sylvia ellis jilayne erw in elander forbes cynthia fulford larry futrell adrianne gardner lida gardner luidell gay 131 gwendolyn gorham diane griffis celia harris teresa harris frankie hemric gwen hillard ray hines Patricia hobgood larry hopkins lucille howard marilyn james james johnson pam johnson joanie Jordan ben joyner mary joyner debbie keel linda knight barbara lang Charles lawrence doug leonard Vickie letchworth nan-et lewis Claudia little Patricia little jo anne mccoy Vickie mclawhorn Carrie mercer delores mercer evelyn mercer lillie mercer betty monk carlos moore cathy moore Connie moore doris moore jeanie moore gayle morgan randy mozingo howard nanney johnny nanney ed newton larry newton aletha nobles pennell norman floyette norville mark oglesby ernestine o’neal eddie pate lea patterson tommy peaden georgia powell ray price selma price 133 thomas randolph Charles rasberry sue reel Vickie roberts donna ross donnie ross bobbi Schlatter Kenneth sermons erwin shelby Jeffrey shirley Sheryl shreve Calvin speight linda speight louis spell brenda stancil James staton linda Strickland taxton Strickland roger sugg garland suggs Charles sutton Janet taylor Connie tripp linda tripp robert tripp bettie tugwell brownie tugwell kathy tugwell maria tugwell Shelia turnage 134 judy tyson mattie vines phNIip wainwright linda ward sherrv webb earl white morris williams Willie williams luann Willoughby cloyce Wilson Carolyn wooten gail Worthington sophomores 136 sophomore class officers sophomore marshals 137 r.i ' T;! marty albritton linda anderson Wilbert anderson debbie ange rose bagley tim bailey Connie baker mary barnes sandra barnes agnes barrett Claudia barrett mike baucom art beaman robbie bell frank blalock randy blalock Joyce blow deborah bowen carl brock janet brown kathy brumbeloe frank bullock ricky bundy Shirley butts betty bynum terry bynum wayne calhoun susan carraway Charles chappelear Joyce cherry 138 edith civils dorothy cooper Cindy cooling bobby daniels dewanda davis michael dixon glen dwyer Cindy eason james eason david ebron annie edwards annie ellis bobby erwin rodney evans bertha finch chuck finklea dorothy foreman ray forrest betty jo frizzelle randy futrell edward ray garris ronnie gay victor gorham larry green 139 I rosa hagans alton hampton ernestine hardy clarence Harris Steve Harris donnie Hawkins george Hillard Hubert Hines david Holloman faye Howard wayne jones don joyner margorie jovner jody joyner deborah king martha knight mike lambert nancy lang jimmy langley phil lewis phyllis lewis david lucas bobby locust roger marston • barbara maye debra mclawthorn judy mclawthorn tommy miller lillie mitchell alexander monk Connie moore gentry moore ronnie moore mary jo mooring robert mooring Chester mosley diane mozingo donna mozingo ]. r. murphy brad nichols glenda nobles dennis norville jamie norville gayle oakes Clark Owens kirn parker maggie parker mary randolph mike rhodes reita robinson Charles rose randal rouse berniece shelley bennett smith 141 benny smith lelia smith wanda smith trina spears blaney speight Carolyn speight helen speight Patricia stancil deborah staton larry staton linwood staton glenn Strickland george Strickland bobby Sutton sandra sutton david taylor marshall thompson phyllis tugwell carl turnage janice tyson Carolyn vandiford linda vandiford sue vandiford ronald vernon mary vines Stanley wainwright velma ward william ward brenda wilkes donald williams I 142 grace williams mccoy williams diane Williford sito Willoughby gwen wilson billy wooten daisy wooten danny wooten ed wooten helen wooten margie wooten Shirley worsley I 143 freshmen 144 freshman class officers lorene anderson thurman barnes eva barrett mattie brown mitchell brown brenda carmon jackie carmon Charles cooke jasper cooper mattie cooper luther cox gloria daniels Stanley dixon debbie dunn sandra dunn lois dupree sandra dupree sandra kay dupree 145 brooks eakes etta ebron judy ebron doris edwards edith edwards edmond edwards john edwards michael edwards Patricia edwards ronaid edwards susan edwards etta ellis martha rose eiiis peggy ellis laine engelhardt jesse evans phil evans debbie everette beth fields gloria floyd Vincent forbes cathy forrest billy garris terry garris eunice gay judy gay marie gay melvin gay Winnie gay benjamin gorham james alien gorham james roy gorham judy gorham van gregory Patricia griffin dianne hardison 146 gwen harper johnny harris joyce harris malcolm harris mattie harris randy harris Sandra harris gwanda hart diane hawkins kathie heath jackie hedgepeth debbie hines marty hobgood alice home danny home eddie home debra horton ronald house rudy house waiter howard frank hudson bill johnston barry Johnson billy ray Jones lou ester Jones charieese Jordan cleo Jordan donna Joyner Steve Joyner lee keel 147 roland letchworth michael little thomas matthews david may ervin may Willie may ricky meeks barbara mercer oglesby mercer tommy merritt judy mewborn terry milligan linwood mitchell margie mix pam monk macon moore anna mooring trances morgan phlistine morgan deloris moye patrioia mozingo thomas mozingo jerry murphrey debbie nanny rowena newton leroy nobles margie nobles bryant oakley delane o ' brien wave oglesby juandean owens phyllis Owens david patterson debbie pittman mary dell pope amy powell 148 bobby powell thurman powell laverna randolph linda randolph Pamela reel barbara reld tony reeves milton roberts donna schlatter jo ann sermons velma shelley ellen shirley 0 helen shirley nancy shirley brenda smith david smith brenda speight debbie speight lillis stancil delores stocks gary stocks kathy sutton mervin taylor rosemary taylor Shelley trowbridge michael turnage bennie tyson colleen tyson danny tyson Joyce tyson 149 It ' ' 1 L 1 f r ' V linda tyson Steve tyson chip venters donnie vick jimmy vick audrey vines leon vines mike walston bernadine ward larry ward maxine ward mike watson cynthia webb ed wells edna white bobby williams Connie ray williams johnny williams morris williams janice Willoughby bobby winborn randy witherington Charlene wooten debbie wooten gwen wooten ronnie wooten troy wooten diane worthington robert worthington mike wrought lillie young 150 Town of Farmville 154 Collins and Aikman 155 The Turnage Company A long established business firm in Farmville, the Turnage Company, supplies grain mix and feed mill service. For your hunting needs and house-hold goods, visit them today. Their friendly employees will be happy to assist you. 156 “It Pays To Play” Kohler Campbell Pianos RCA, Zenith — T.V. — Stereo — Radios Wurlitizer Pianos and Organs Conn Band Instruments Gibson Guitars and Amplifiers Spalding MacGregor Sports Equipment Converse All Star Shoes Browning Shotguns Trophies Engraving Smith Wesson Firearms Fishing Tackle American Field. Duxbak Browning Hunting Clothes East Walnut Street Goldsboro, N. C. Since 1946 Phone 734-2871 Music Sports 157 158 Farmville Furniture No matter what your furniture needs might be, Farmville Furniture Co. has the answer. Their Gift Shop is known throughout Eastern North Carolina. The Farmville Furniture Co. has an interior decorator to assist you. Farmville Funeral Home The modern facilities and expert services at the Farmville Funeral Home enable the management to provide the very best services to you during your time of need. I 159 Farmville Dairies Distributor of Dairy Products Jimmy Letchworth-Owner Phone Number 753-5506 Tastee-Freeze 160 For good food and fun visit the Tastee-Freeze in Farmville. Owned by Clinton Joyner, the Tastee-Freeze is the swinging scene for teenagers on the go. The First National Bank of Eastern North Carolina congratulates the Class of 1971. Member of F.D.I.C, Compliments of I .._J MORGAN OIL REFINING COMPANY PHONE 753-3183 600 WEST PINE STREET FARMVILLE, N. C. 27828 Congratulations, 1971 Graduates 161 O n The Bank of Farmville Established in 1904, the Bank of Farmville has served the citizens of Pitt County wisely and with concern. They extend their congratulations to the Class of 1971. WFAG, the best Country Politan sound around, serves the Farmville area with good music and local news. Operated by Carl Venters and aided by FHS students Norma Pittman and Thorne James, WFAG serves Farmville High School in many ways. Fountain Milling Co. Located on Highway 258 in Fountain, the Fountain Milling Company is your local supplier of Wayne Feed. They offer the best processing for your soybeans and corn. Edgecombe Bank and Trust Co. member: FDIC Tyfer Located on Main Street, Belk Tyler’s is the best place to go for all your clothing needs. Their modern clothes and expert service make it a joyful place to shop. Candlewick Inn Bill Auto Parts, Inc Bill Auto Parts, the center for your automotive, truck, and tractor needs has NAPA quality parts to service you. Their expert personnel will glad- ly assist you. 164 Ross’ Camera Shop, Inc. Kodak — Nikon — Mamiya — Yashica Photo Headquarters For Eastern Carolina 506 Evans Street, Greenville, N. C. 27828 Kodak Home Mutual Insurance Joe D. Joyner, Agent “A company that cares for YOU” Home Mutual Insurance, located on Main Street in Farmville, is ready to assist you in setting up an insurance policy. Mr. Joe D. Joyner, also a realtor will be happy to aid you in finding a home to suit your needs. Mor Mac Mormac in the heart of downtown Farm- ville, is equipped to handle all your print- ing needs. Mormac also carries any school supplies you might need. 165 The Marlboro Inn The Marlboro Inn (motel), Farmville’s home away from home for travelers. It has 30 air conditioned units and a swim- ming pool. Each room has a television. Blount Harvey Co. Blount Harvey and Company, located on Evans Street in Greenville, N. C., has the most modern clothes for teenagers today. Visit them soon. Compliments of Lang’s Inc. Pitt County Transportation Co. Pitt County Transportation Company of- fers the most efficient and dependable trucking service on both long hauls and local trips. This firm sends the Class of ' 71 their congratulations upon graduation. 166 Farm Service Center Station For all your farm needs see Farm Service Center Station located in Fountain, North Carolina. Farm Service Center Station congratulates the Class of 71. McDavid Associates McDavid Associates will survey your land for you with expert precision. Call Jack McDavid for dependability and efficiency. Ray’s Restaurant Ray ' s Restaurant in the heart of Farm- ville serves delicious home cooked meals in the warmest and most pleasant atmos- phere imaginable. Visit them today and enjoys the best meal ever. Oakley Oil Co. Oakley Oil Co. provides prompt metered deliveries with quality Phillips 66 Phil- heat heating oils. “It’s performance that counts.’’ 167 Harmony House South The most exciting music house in the South! Lorene’s Beauty Shop Lorene’s House of Style specializes in frosting and per- manent waving. For appointments dial 753-5780. Wigs and hairpieces sold and serviced. 264 by-pass, Farmville, N. C. SHIRLEY ' S fit fit . Bonnie’s Cafe Manager Sam Hobgood invites you to sample the unique home cooking at Bonnie ' s, for 25 years known as Farm- ville ' s “Place of good eating. Steaks, bar-b-que, fresh fish and oysters every day.’’ Daily specials. 168 Shirley’s Self-Service I, [f Shirley’s Self-Service is open every day to better servej its customers. Dealers in UNICO gas, they congratulatelj the 1971 seniors. i Compliments of Royster Farm Services FCX Feed Mill John J. Barefoot, manager of the FCX Grain-Marketing ser- vice, located on South Field Street Extension, and his staff are ready to fulfill your grain needs. Tyson Jewelers Design your own ring and have it in just 6 weeks! I Gold Lance class rings are finest in quality craftsm Compare and order yours today. 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. Compliments of Bell’s Warehouse Bell’s Warehouse congratulates the Seniors. Kinston, N. C. The show place of Eastern N. C. Majorettes 1970-71 170 VARCO-PRUDEN METAL BUILDINGS FARRIOR SONS, Inc. JACK FARRIOR STEEL fabricators general contractors FARMVIUUE. N.C. 2792R 264 BY-PASS WEST 9 19-753 -4572 FOUNTAIN AiQTOR. ecu FOUNTAIN MOTOR CO. Phone SH 9-3316 FOUNTAIN OIL CO. P.O. Box 305 Kue’s Pharmacy Speight Service Center and Auto Parts Joe and Venetia Kue, R.Ph. South Main Street Farmville, North Carolina Phone 753-4697 121 West Wilson St. Farmville, North Carolina “Complete Garage and Repair Service” 171 Compliments of R.A. Gardner Co. R. A. Gardner and Company P.O. Box 335, Foun- tain, N. C. — Your Sealy Mattress Dealer Compliments of Superior Stone Fountain, N.C. Pope’s Discount Center Pope’s Discount Center is known for its out- standing savings and friendly service. Pay them a visit today and you’ll be glad you did. j) ' Shocmasters “Shoes you can live in.’’ 421 Evans St. Greenville, N. C. Moore’s Florist We wire flowers. 105 E. Church St. phone SK 3-3056 Farmville Laundry Cleaners 115 E. Wilson St . Phone SK3-3192 S. H. Cleaners 301 South Main St. SK 3-3110 Messer Chevrolet, Inc. 120 W. Wilson St. Farmville, N. C. “Putting you First - Keeps us First’’ 172 Coca-Cola Bottling Company Greenville, N.C. 173 Fountain Apparel A newly established firm, Fountain Apparel, produces many needed clothing articles each year. Fountain Apparel Con- gratulates the Class of 71. Big Value Discount 103 S. Main St., Farmville, N. C. Owned and operated by Ken Wainwright, Home Town Boy. We think we have the lowest prices in town. Stop and Shop Big Value Dis- count. Garner Furniture Company and Pargas Garner Furniture Company and Pargas, the home of quality appliances, fast service, and fairest prices. Come-see- compare-and save. Phone 753-3124 or 753-3121 in Farmville. Peele’s Supply Store - Peele’s Supply Store, located in Fountain, North Caro- lina, has a complete line of general merchandise. They extend their best wishes to the Senior Class and invite you to visit them. The Little Rocket If you enjoy hamburgers, french fries, hot dogs, drinks, or milkshakes, go to the Little Rocket and try theirs. Congratulations From Florence-Mayo Company Makers of the World’s Best Tobacco Curers 174 teinbecfe’si MEN ' S SHOP THE ORIGINAL TRADITIONAL MEN ' S SHOP 427 S. Evans Street and Pitt Plaza Dr. Bert Warren Bert Warren congratulates the Senior Class of 1971. Brody’s Visit Brody’s, downtown and Pitt Plaza, home of Lady- bug and McMullen sportswear. Congratulations From S.M. Crawley Wood and Timber Buyer SK 3-5141 Dr. J.M. Mewborn Dr. J. M. Mewborn congratulates the 1971 graduating class. Compliments of Edwin C. Newton Jefferson Standard UM INSiilUNCI COMPANY OfTcsi Crearaboro, N.C Farmville, N. C. Kinston Lenoir County Airport Stallings Field Kinston, N.C. Farmville Beauty Salon The Main Street Salon that appreciates your patronage and friendship, sends their congratulations to the Class of ’71. 175 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 176 Greenville, N.C 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. Pitt County Automotive Dealers Association Hastings Ford, Inc. Bright Leaf Motors Brown-Wood, Inc. Duke Buick-Pontiac F D Motors, Inc. Folger Buick Co., Inc. Holt Oldsmobile, Inc. Messer Chevrolet, Inc. Phelps Chevrolet, Inc. Pinner-White Chevrolet Smith-Waldrop Wynnes, Inc. Shell Station Grill For all your automobile needs visit the Shell Station. To satisfy your hunger visit the Shell Grill. Both owned by Heber Tyson. BUD AVERTS GROCERY GULF GAS OIL’S GROCERIES Phone 753-3067 Allen Jones G.E. Appliances T.V. — Stereos Furniture Sales Service 113 N. Main St.— Ph. SK 3-3451 Compliments of Williams Jewelry William’s Jewelers, located on Main Street, has the best selection of jewelry for any need. Visit them today! Homer Spell Piggly Wiggly 2105 Dickinson Ave. Telephone 756-2444 Greenville, N. C. 27834 H. J. Bunton, Owner 177 STATE LIFE AND HOSPITAL INSURANCE CO. AND PHILADELPHIA-UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. Martha Speight — Agent E.E. Ellis Soda Shop E. E. Ellis Soda Shop has d variety of soft drinks and snacks for its customers. They also offer a fine selection of books and magazines. Dr. S.H. Aycock, Jr. Congratulations to the Seniors from Dr. S. H. Aycock, Jr. Congratulations From 222 E. Fifth St., Greenville irst Saptist Ctiuttli h.L. Hodges, Inc. East Wilson Street Formville, North Carolino Hamilton’s Barber Shop For the best in men’s hairstyling see R. A. Hamil- ton. jSee H. L. Hodges and Co., Inc. for paints, hardware, sport- id garden supplies. Located in Greenville. Farmville Toyland Farmville Toyland, located on Main St. ha s a wide stock of toys to please that youngster in your home. N. A. GARDNER FERTILIZER AND INSURANCE AGENCY Tff ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. OF GREENVILLE 218 AIRPORT RD , GREENVILLF. NORTH CAROLINA 27834 Smith Yelverton Smith and Yelverton, located on Main St. in Fountain, has merchandise to meet the farmer’s and housewives ' needs. Call them at SH 9-3121. N. Thomas ; Congratulations to the Seniors from N. Thomas. Compliments of Farmville Division of i U.S.I, Inc. , I Rollins Fabric Shop Rollins Fabric Shop has Simplicity and McCall’s patterns. 5 They have the finest selection of materials for your sewing i needs. 179 Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders 1970-71 Blalock’s Clothing Shoes For your clothing needs visit Blalock’s Clothing Store. Albert Ellis, their expert shoe repairman, is one of the best in his profession. BAKER’S SELF SERVICE 264 By-Pass 753-9609 Farmville, North Carolina Wickes Wickes, your lumber and building supply dealer, extends its congratulations to the Seniors. Farmville Flower Frame Shop 123 S. Main St. Farmville, N. C. BK 3-3671 Compliments of Jefferson Florist, and Nursery Cox Floral Service Ina’s House of Flow ers Flowers and Tyson Flower Shop Greenville, N. C. Joyner Son Grocery For the best in food supplies, visit Joyner Son Grocery. They welcome you to stop by. EUGENE PERKINS Forester — Timber Broker Congratulations and best wishes to the Senior Class. Jimmy Lewis Service Station Located on the 264 By-pass outside of Farmville, Jimmy Lewis offers the best in fresh meats and vegetables. Compliments of Cedric Davis Central News and Card Shop Located on 321 Evans St. in Greenville, Central News and Card Shop offers the best selection of magazines, books, and cards. NORMANS GROCERY “We don’t keep the best — We sell it.” Don Bryan’s Grocery Don Bryan ' s Grocery, located on South Main St., is ready for you to receive their friendly and fine service. Compliments of HEILIG MEYERS FURNITURE 264 By-Pass Greenville, N. C. Anderson’s Amoco Larry Anderson of Amoco’s Service Station specializes in greasing, oil, and tires. Come by or phone 753-4741. Dick McLawhorn’s Service Station Stop by Dick McLawhorn’s Service Station today for quick and friendly service or phone SK 3-4444. 180 Crumpler’s Fruit Stand Visit Crumpler ' s Fruit Stand for fresh fruits and service with a smile. Congratulations Glamor Beauty Shop Come by the Glamor Beauty Shop, 110 East 5th St., Green- ville, for the latest hairdos. Yle-a el Dc -aio EVANS s r GPEENViLl-E N C ?7e34 Store Phone 9 l O-VSC- -2 109 Compliments of West End Bakery 1808 Dickerson Avenue Greenville, N. C. OUL Pi- 2-atJ6 OPPOSITE COUSS HOUSE 300 EVANS ST. GREENViULE. N. C. Ellis’s Jewelry Ellis’s has the best in jewelry at moderate prices. Their skill and efficient watch repairman can fix any watch. HOME BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. Kinds of Building Materials” HERMAN JENKINS’ GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION 2000 DICKINSON AVENUE 264 By-Pass Compliments of North State Garment Co. Compliments of White’s Auto Store Farmville, N. C. Rackley Electric Co. Rackley Electric Company has all your electrical needs. For fast, dependable service see them today. Congratulations To The Seniors Sam D. Bundy DENNY’S JEWELERS 105 E. Nash St. Phone: 291-2912 Wilson, N. C. 181 The Glamor Beauty Shop The Glamor Beauty Shop, operated by Mytle Cannon, congratulates the Seniors of 1971. Craft Steel Machine Works Dr. Paul E. Jones Dr. Paul E. Jones extends his congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 71. Craft Spraying Inc. Best Wishes to the Class of 1971 FARMVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT The Music Shop 207 East 5th Street Greenville, N. C. 203 E. Fifth St. Greenville, N. C. MOSS-WAINWRIGHT, INC. shoes Wilson, N. C. Oettinger’s Men’s Store Serving Eastern North Carolina since 1869. Wilson, N.C. Best Wishes SFC Jim Heckman U.S. Army Recruiter U.S. Army Recruiter 301 Evans St., Greenville, N. C. Technical Training of your choice guaran- teed in writing. 182 , Hathaway Pendleton Allan Paine Cricketeer and Creighton Compliments of Dan-Mar Lumber Co. H.Z. Ross See H. Z. Ross at Mobile Feed Service for custom grinding and mixing. Phone 758-1881. Leslie Farris, Prop. GOLDEN WEED RESTAURANT 307 Herring Ave. Wilson, N. C. Phone 243-4075 Home Made Pies Steaks — Chops — Sea Foods 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 Class of ’71. FLOWERS’ SHOE STORE Quality — Style — Service Phone 243-2523 108 S. Tarboro St. Wilson, N. C. Norman’s Jewelry The management of Norman’s Jewelry extends their best wishes to the Senior Class. Visit them today for all your jewelry needs. PARKER’S BAR-B-Q “A Famous Eating Place” Steaks, Chicken, Bar-B-Q, Oysters Phone 237-0972 Highway 301 South Wilson, N. C. 27896 Congratulations to Us Vicky Spell Becky Brumbeloe Donna Allen Sarita Hardy Becky Perkins Kathryn Kilpatrick Farmville Fish Oyster Co. For fresh oysters and fish visit the Farmville Fish and Oyster Company. Let them hold the line for you. Carawan Oil Co. Distributor of ESSO products. Dial SK 3-3562 or come by 609 W. Wilson Street, Farmville, N. C. owned by T. E. Carawan. Compliments of JOYNER’S MEN’S WEAR 183 City Drug Co. Kiwanis Club City Drug Co., your complete drug store, invites you to The Farmville Kiwanis Club assists Farmville High in many let them serve you. Stop in soon and enjoy their friendly ways. The Kiwanians sponsor the Key Club, the Keyette service. Club, and Kiwanis Carnival. J.C. “Joby” Griffin J. C. Griffin is the representative of Nationwide Insurance See him at 122 North Main Street or call SK 3-3019. Smith-Douglas Fertilizer Smith-Douglas, local dealer for fertilizer, seed, and in- secticides, is the answer to the farmer’s needs. Visit them today for all your farm supplies. Compliments of Farmville Ford Duke-Buick-Pontiac Inc. Duke Buick-Pontiac Company, located on Hgwy. 264 at Marlboro, has a wide selection of new and used cars in- cluding 1971 models. Drive the best — Drive Buick! Shamrock Restaurant The Shamrock Restaurant on Hgwy. 264 By-pass, Farmville, is open from 7:30 a.m. till 9 p.m. and on Sundays from 8 to 2. The hosts are Roland and Nellie Lang. Call 753-4445 for reservations and catering. Pitt County Insurance Agency Pitt County Insurance Agency, operated by Jim Lancaster, extends their warmest best wishes to the Class of ’71! 184 patrons The following citizens wish to extend their congratulations to the Senior Class of 1971. Mr. Mrs. Roy Lee Allen Mr. Mrs. Walter Blackley Mr. R. E. Davenport, Jr. Mr. Mrs. James Kilpatrick Mr. Mrs. W. P. Minettte Mr. Mrs. Homer Spell Mrs. Clara Baucom Mr. Mrs. Richard Bundy Mr. Mrs. Thomas Hardy, Jr. Mrs. B. F. Lewis Mr. Mrs. Harvey Pittman Mrs. R. T. Williams Our Advisor Mr. Lewis S. Lawrence MOTOK king F ' j WtW " ibH -J V; i • Winston-Salem HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY • North Corolino TOMMY MAY, SPRING HOPE. N. C,


Suggestions in the Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) collection:

Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

1966

Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

Farmville High School - Archway Yearbook (Farmville, NC) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

1970

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.