Fayetteville High School - La Famac Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)

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"Sometimes tt thoroughly dedicated and able man dwells in a community touching and inspiring the lives of all with whom he comes in contact." Because of his dedication and devotion, not only to his students but also to everyone around him, he has made ct deep and sincere impression on the stu- dent body of Fayetteville Senior High School. The knowledge in our minds can not express the love and admiration in our hearts. Wfe feel as Shake- speare when he wrote: "His life is gentle, and the elements So mixed in him that Nature might stand up And say to all the world, 'This is a Man Y' " We, the Senior Class of 1961, thinking with our minds and feeling with our hearts, do dedicate our 1961 LAFAMAC to MR. JAMES HUGH WEASE Qs? t sfslaq 1- l nd 5 9' 'Q ?v , I 9. wig x - .:" .1 1 . , , qt 1 gli. 'I if "H, 2 - X 'M-. ., " " If xi , x , rn: '74 55' xrgnlnhzarxstsvxx ,xx Q L f,f-',g"l1.TfQQ:Mi ,. if 3 '-"A -- 'gs' 12. . ,. ' . " Jw M . N V I 4--i'b X V X 1 M - . f ' s, A fx Q. '-f- Cl . . A. l Q., .41 . EDITORS MESSAGE We of the 1961 LnFnmnr staff have strived to make this a book that will serve as the key to a storehouse of wonderful memories of this year at Fayetteville Senior High School. Such a book could not have been published without the full co- operation of not only the staff, but also the entire student body and school administration. Therefore, this truly is ani' book. This year, which was the last in high school for some of us, is one that we will never want to forget-a new principal, the exciting foot- ball and basketball games. the Miss F.H.S. Contest, and the Junior- Senior Prom. "Fayetteville High School we will cherish-Dear Old Mae Murchison Editor-in-chief Cnc' 1967 1fn5'n1nnc capgfrqnh 7961 Mae ,Murchison editor-in-cnisy' Bland Dunn lznsincss manager Printed by Zfaybr Pnbnsnzng 60I1l,l7lll1y Zfoole of Sontents Senool Ofheiols Prineioolis Message Seeretories Soenlty Seniors jnniors So,ono1nores ,fletioities 5'eotnres Sports ,fletoertisernents Mr. Ross Mr. Carruth Mr. Bowden and Dr. Swiers Schvrf l6'mzrd Mr. Neill A. Currie, jr., Chairman Mr. Allie Atkinson Mr. Rupert E. Bullard Mrs. Dan S. Currie, jr. Mr. Purdy D. Fairclotli Mr. Leon Fleishman Mr. Murray F. Hall Mr. W. Hensdale Dr. M. Harry Mr. L. L. Rouse 'Mrs Harry Stein Mr. 1. Mel Thompson Message grzfm the Principal just as schools are not made of brick and mortar, annuals such as this are not just pages of print and pictures. For a school to be truly great, it must have a spirit, and maybe even a soul-a spirit created and nurtured by a dedicated staff and a student body hungering, not only for the mastery of fundamentals, but for the promotion of high and noble ideals. To be great in time, as this annual is destined to be, it must capture the thrills of honors and activi- ties which will reflect for all time to come the achievements and experiences of those who now call themselves students. And so my message must be a challenge to you to build for yourselves a foundation composed of the mastery of facts tempered with the proper appreciation for high ideals, democratic principles, and a Christian character so basic to the continuance of our demo- cratic way of life to the end that the reflections in this book may be worth the time and effort expended in its preparation. John T. Sasser Secrmzrzcs Mrs. Peavy Mrs. Bullard Mrs. Breeden Mrs. McLamb Mrs. Parsons Mrs. Powers Mrs. Wilkins Mrs. Bullard -wg E43 W, ,gf gn? K w, 3, fqtfl ii-4 M N 1 KVAM .1 my " 4 4' Music Mr. Rogers Mrl Ray ffzlsfvry few M155 Hall Mr. Wynne - . .K A ij! I , I, X x . M, :Fi .Xx., gm ., Mr. Wease r ' Mr. Cotton Hume Sconomics Mrs. Haivh ,QTY 'ii ' BW 355 za l Miss Clifford X i Mrs, Wfarren Miss Bruton V417 Mrs. Brooks Hvmmermzl I Mrs. McNeill 'L- " is . U Miss Downing Miss Albright Mm MAGS Qorezyn Eauguagc l 1 i " :- -.1A' ,iv ...-- fs did- Mrs. Godwin Miss Tyson Mr. Wfright Mrs. Hodul Miss McLaughlin Snglzslz Mrs. Futrall Mrs. Safron Mr. Corum Mrs. Herring Mrs. Schaible 'www V f X ,J if 'XA .ww ...ws-,.,wx X 1 Mrs. Richardson Miss Stockton Miss Davis Mrs. Fall Mrs. McMillan Miss Fitzgerald W1 afh 0 Mrs. Autry Mrs. Blackmon Mr. DeBorde Mrs. Shnmerman Mr. Allen Mrs. Baldi Wi' 5 'f ,sw ,e la-- Q Plzyszcal Ed Miss Cherry Mr. Luper Mr. Reynolds D. 0. and D. 5 Library Mr. Bridges Mr. P Reveli i Guzdaucc Mr. Capehart Science Mr. Newnam Mr. Wfarren Mrs. Williams Mr Maness M M G 1 Y View f '-4 fy: , , 5 Q fffa'-' 5 Q . .v :s'1f1.u3Tggi A, M 3,2 gy, -. '3- ' 6 The football' and basketball games proved to be one source of excitement. Woreking hard throughout the Class officers Lloyd Dunn, Kaye Lange, Ethel Perry, and Ray john- son were the leaders in our active senior year. year were the L.1f.1211.1f and Bulldog staffs, U16 Sem Our class had Someone must have told Charlotte Lewis that she would someday reign as Miss FHS of 1961. Southern plantation style "Dedicated to You," followed by early for latej breakfasts, made up a wonderful junior-Senior week- w-ni One highlight of a grand year was our Senior Trip to Washington D C Our mascots were Lisa Moore and Pat Autry, both with charm and personality beyond their years. The Key Club, one of the many service organizations, pro- vided Christmas cheer for the halls of Fayetteville Senior High. As president of the club, Steve Taylor made sure that the decorations were just right. 61055 History We weren't really afraid but just filled with awe at the beginning of our sophomore year as we started our trip through Senior High . . . With the help of such capable officers as Ben Sutton, Carolyn Averitt, Dawn Carpenter, and Molly Sutherland, we came through that first year with flying colors! . . . Remember what a good junior-varsity football team we had ?-We had the top team in the eastern part of the state . . . We even had three of our boys, johnny Britt, Bobby Gore, and Ray johnson on the varsity team . . . Our class was well represented that first year in the Miss F.H.S. Contest as Louisa Mcllwinen, Cornelia johnson, and Missy Williamson were chosen for the court . . . Scholarship and Leadership in our sophomore class were acknowledged when Barbara Pawl received the Senior High Scholarship Award and Foster Cashwell was awarded the Citizenship Cup . . . With such success in every field that first year, we were really ready to go our junior year . . . And so we elected Billy Clark as class president, Don Mclnnis, viceapresidentg Martha Swain, secretary, Sandra Autry, treasurerg and Mae Murchison and Charlotte Lewis, secretary and treasurer of the Student Body to give us the best leadership during our junior year . . . That was the first year we had the Miss F.H.S. Contest in the fall. It was a lot of fun Qand worklj preparing for it. Again our class was well represented with Charlotte Lewis and Cornelia johnson chosen for the court . . . The marshals selected from our class were Foster Cashwell, Chief g Carolyn Averitt, jimmy Green, David Sandlin, Kathy Goforth, Mae Murchison, Billy Clark, Cornelia johnson, Ray johnson, Kaye Ed- wards, Frank Stout, Sandy Iuliucci and Joe McCall . . . Kay Taylor, Pam Collins, Glenda Langford, and Ann Hambright were really hustling for the girls' basketball team . . . That was the year, too, that the band got their beautiful new uniforms-Remember how well Nancy Cooke could twirl? . . . The Tri-Hi-Y had a "Singing Christmas Tree" during Christmas . . . Scholarship and Leadership continued to be greatly exemplified in our class and were acknowledged again on awards night when Foster Cashwell received the Courtesy Cup, Molly Sutherland received the U.S, History Award, Hans Tarpley was awarded the Senior High Scholastic Award, and Mae Murchison was awarded the D.A.R. Good Pilgrim Award . . . Wasn't our junior-Senior, "Dedicated To You," beautiful? . . . To insure our having the best Senior Class ever, we elected Billy Clark Student Body President and Clara jones Vice-president, Lloyd Dunn Senior Class president and Kay Lange, Ethel Perry, and Ray johnson class officers for the coming year . . . Then, unbelievably, we were Seniors! . . . With Kathy Goforth as head cheerleader, we had a spirited football season, though somewhat hampered by the large number of accidents to the players . '. . The plans of the Lflfdlllflf were made at the end of our Junior year and were in full force at the beginning of our senior year under the leadership of Mae Murchison . . . Again the beauty of our class was recognized when Charlotte Lewis was crowned Miss F,H.S., and Cornelia Johnson and Marty McDaniel were chosen for the court . . . When we reminisce over our Christmas dance, our Washington trip, our Senior play, and all of the other events of our senior year, nothing is as vivid as the day we marched down the aisle in white caps and gowns to the beat of "Pomp and Circumstancen . . . As the years go by, some of the memories will fade, but the lessons and knowledge gained from these ex- periences will be etched deep in our souls to support us down life's highway. Marty McDaniel Historian Class of 1961 ng 4 Smivrs Aley, Gayle Allen, Stanton GAYLE ELIZABETH ALEY "A little nonsense 'now and then" FHS 2, 3, -iq DE Club 4, FHA 2, Homeroom Treasurer 21 Home- room Secretary 3, 4g Miss FHS Contest 2, 3g Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2g junior-Senior Decora- tions 31 Miss FHS Solicitor 3. LUTHER STANTON ALLEN, JR. "Merry as the day is long." FHS 2, 3, 43 Lexington High 23 Homeroorn Treasurer 23 Key Club 3, 41 Lafamac Staff 4g "Friendli- est" Superlative 43 junior-Senior Decorations 3g Latin Club 2g Miss FHS Solicitor, Usher 35 Teenage Club 3g Key Club Board of Direc- tors 4. Q ,gps Alkire, Linda Anderson. Barbara LINDA LORRAY ALKIRE "Speech is great, but silence is better." FHS 3, 4g Camp Darby High 23 Class Treasurer 2g Glee Club 23 National Honor Society 2g Teen- age Club Treasurer 2. BARBARA LOUISE ANDERSON "Always smiling and cheerful, a 'will' indeed to be proud of." FHS 2, 3, 4g DE Club 41 FHA 2g Glee Club 3g Intramural Basket- ball 4g Miss FHS Contest 2, 4. Qing S-.., Allen, Leon Armstrong. JoAnn LEON EUGENE ALLEN "Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies." FHS 2. 3, 4. JOANN ARMSTRONG "jo" . . . "Deeds, not words" FHS 2, 3, 4: DO Club 4g FHA 2, 3, 43 Teenage Club 2, 3. 2I ,QM Ashford, William Ayres, Carol WILLIAM MARION ASHFORD "Bill" , . . "Murk! Murk!" . . . Margaret . . . "Blues in the Night" . . . UNC . . . "He who thinks for himself, and rarely imi- tates, is a free man." FHS 2, 3, 4g Basketball Team 23 Delegate to Nominating Conven- tion 3g Intramural Basketball 23 Spanish Club 33 Teenage Club 2, 3. CAROL VAUGHAN AYRES "Humbleness is always grace, al- ways dignity." FHS 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3: Band Letter Club 33 Band Clinics 33 Future Teachers 33 Junior-Senior Dance Cards 33 Lt1f.zmt1r Staff 4g Latin Club 2g National Honor Society 3, 43 Delegate to Nomi- nating Convention 2g Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3. 22 Autry, Sandra Baggett, Ralph SANDRA MEILING AUTRY "So just, so small, yet in so sweet a note." FHS 2. 3, 4, junior Class Treas- urer 33 Future Teachers 2, 33 Homeroom Treasurer 43 Scottish Dancers 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g jun- ior-Senior Decorations 35 Dra- matics Club 33 Glee Club 43 Latin Club 2. RALPH WHITTINGTON BAGGETT "An honorable gentleman" . . . Steak and French Fries . . . "You Talk Too Much" . . , Methodist College FHS 2, 3, -lg Basketball Team 2, 31 Teenage Club 2. Averitt, Carolyn Bain, Nicki CAROLYN COUNCIL AVERITT "What is lovely never dies, but passes into other lovelinessf' FHS 2, 3, 4g Cheerleader 2, 3, 4g Sophomore Class Vice-Presidentg Homeroom Vice-President 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Refreshments 33 Lafnmrzr Staff 4g Marshal 33 Scot- tish Dancers 2g "Best Looking" Superlative 4, Junior-Senior Wait- ress 23 Latin Club 2g Library Assistant 2, Miss FHS Decora- tions 31 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SONDRA JEAN BAIN "Art is indeed not the bread, but the Wine of life." FHS 2, 3. 43 Art Club 43 Dra- matics Club Secretary 2g Future Nurses 2, 33 Future Teachers 23 GAA 23 junior-Senior Decorations 31 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3. 43 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg Homecoming Sponsor 2. 03a Q 015, NANCY LEE BALL "Nancy" . . . "Oh, you guys" . . . Butterscotch sundaes . . . "A Million to One" . . . Teachers' College . . . "Sweet as a surrmer day" FHS 2, 3, 4. MARGARET JEAN BARBER "Silence is more musical than any song" FHS 4g Litteton, Mass. 2, Euclid, Ohio 2, 3, Band 3, 4g Dramatics Club 23 Glee Club 2, Miss FHS Contest 4g Yearbook 2. Ball, Nancy Lee KENNETH EDWARD BANKS "Ken" . . . "Save me!" . . . Football . . . "My Little Corner of the World" . . . "Every man is the architect of his own future" FHS 2, 3, 4: Football 2. 3. 4g Track 2. RICHARD BRUCE BARKER "Sportsmanship shows in all that he does" FHS 3, 4g Newark High School, Del, 25 Football 3, 4, Homeroom Pres. 3: Monogram Club 3, 4g Track 35 Sportsmanship Award. Banks, Kenneth JUDITH KAY BARBEE "Always quick, always smart- she's a girl with a tender heart." FHS 2, 3. 4, Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 33 Future Nurses 41 Chairman of jr.-Sr. Refreshment Com. 3g Ir.-Sr. Figure 33 Ltzfmmzc Staff 43 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 3, 4, Sec. 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sec. DAVID C, BARLOW "You man of wit" FHS 2. 3. 45 DO Club 4g Foot- ball 3g Spanish Club 35 Track Team 3. Barbee, Judy Barber, Peggy Barker, Bruce Barlow. Jody j HFG""vw Q48-in Barnes Kay Bartlett james Barton Betsy BQ-agley Page Beavers Betty Bedford Shawnie KATHERINE ELIZABETH BARNES "Kay" . , . "The only way to have a friend is to be one." FHS 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3g Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4g Figure Corni 3, Latin Club 4, Miss FHS 2, 3, 4, Decoration Com. 3, Teenage Club 2, 35 Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. HARETTA PAGE BEASLEY "Beakley" , . . "The pursuit of the perfect, then, is the pursuit of sweetness and light." FHS 2, 3, 45 Art 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Letter Club 3, 43 Majorette 2, 3, -ig HR 3, Latin Club 33 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4. JAMES EUGENE BARTLETT III "jim" . . . "Great hope of society is individual character." FHS 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4g Band Letter Club 3, 4, Band Officers Club 45 Intramural Basketball 3. BETTY JEAN BEAVERS "Betty" . , . "Affection is the broadest basis of good in life." FHS 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, GAA 45 junior-Senior' Decorations 3, Li- brary Assistant 4, Miss FHS Deco- rations Com. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 4. MARY ELIZABETH BARTON "Betsy" . . . "Works of the in- telligent afe great only by corn- parison with each other." Ft. Greely 2, 3g FHS 4g Dramatics Club 23 French Club 33 Glee Club 2, junior-Senior Dec. 3g Library 2, 39 NHS 3, 4. SHAWNIE LYNN BEDFORD "Shawnie" . . . "Graceful of acts, kind in deeds." South Bakersfield 2, 33 FHS 4. RICHARD ALLEE BENDER "Dick" . . , "So what about it?" ...K-iYNP..."ItWas NC State . . , "Many receive adviceg only the wise profit from it." FHS 2, 3. 4g Art Club 2g Bulldog Staff 2, Delegate to Student Coun- cil Nominating Convention 23 Latin Club 2, Miss FHS Decora- tions Committee 3. BARBARA GENEVA BISHOP "Barbara" . . . "Golly" . . . Dancing . . . "In the Still of the Night" . . . ECC . . . "Beware of her fair hair, for she excels." FHS 2. 3, -ig junior-Senior Deco- rations Committee 3g Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4, Teenage Club 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3. Bender, Richard Bishop, Barbara LOUISE JUDITI-I BENTON "Judy" . . . " 'cause" . . . swim- ming , . . driving . , . "A Million to One" , . . Fayetteville Beauty College , . . "In friendship I was early taught to believe," FHS 2, 3. 41 DE Club -ll GAA 4, Intramural Basketball -ig Li- brary Assistant 33 Spanish Club 3 -I , v - ROBERT LEE BITTLE "Pearl" . . . "You're right" . . . goofing around with Clark fBillyj . . . "Theme from The Afmrf- mefzf' . . . UNC . . . "This is the sum of a true Sportsman." FHS 2, 3, -ig Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, -ig Football 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 4, HR Officer 4g Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Superla- tive. "Most Athletic." Benton, Judith Bittle, Robert 1' avi' .9 1" . 1- Sw. SUSAN MARIE BESS "Su" . . . '55 Studebakers . . . "Saint-Louis Blues" . . . Saint Marys . . . "Silence never be- trays you." London, England 23 FHS 3, 43 GAA 23 Glee Club 2, junior- Senior Decorations Committee 3g Miss FHS Contestant 4. HAROLD WAYNE BLACK "Wayne" . . . Barbara . . . "It's All in the Game" . . . ECC . . . "Wit is the salt of conversation." EHS 2, 3, 4, 53 Intramural Basket- ball 3, -ig Spanish Club 33 Teen- age Club 2, 3g Track Team 3. Bess Susan Black Harold T' BARRY NEIL BLAKE "Neil" . . . drawing . . . "Theme from The Darla af Ibe Top of rbe Swift" . . . Air Force . . . "That dauntless temper of his mind" FHS 3, 4g New Hanover High, Wilmington 2. ARTHUR BLUE "Ace" . . . ECC . . . "Let them call it mischief: when it is past and prospered 'twill be virtue" FHS 2. 3. 4: Baseball 25 JV Football Zg Intramural Basketball 3g Track Team 2. ROBERT FREDERICK BLEECKER "An athlete as well as a gentle- man" FHS 2, 5. -in ,IV Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3, -ig Intra- mural Volleyball 3, -ig Monogram Club 3, 41 Track Team 2, 3, 41 Hi-Y 4. JUDITH ANN BLUE "Judy" . . . "Greensboro Business College" . . . "Silence sweeter is than speech" FHS 2. 3, -ig DO Club President 4g Future Nurses 2g jr.-Sr. Deco- rations Com. 5. GEORGE HARRIS BLOODWORTH "Some believe this world is made for fun and frolic, and so do I" FHS 2, 3, ig Band 2, 3g Dra- matics Club 3g Intramural Basket- ball 2. 33 Spanish Club 2g Teen- age Club 2, 3. ' STANCIL BOWLES "joys too exquisite to cease" FHS SQ Riverside Military Acad- emy 2, 5, 4: j.V, Basketball 2g Varsity Basketball 4g Football 2, 3, -lg HR Pres. 4g Intramural Bas- ketball 4g Monogram Club 2, 3, -ig Best All Around Athlete 4g Track 2, 3. Blake, Barry Bleecker, Bobby B100dW01'fh, George Blue, Arthur Blue, Judy Bowles, Stancil enirfrs 3:--v' A X i...f Brid es Harold Brid es Mar aret Brinson Lee 8 , 8 i g , Broshear, Sargent Bruce, Barbara Brunson, Freddie HAROLD GREGG BRIDGES "Bo" . . . Methodist College . . . "Unselfish and noble deeds are the most radiant." FHS 2, 5, 43 Band 23 DO Club 4. SARGENT J. BROSHEAR "Sarg" . . . University of Florida . . . "Men of courage, men of sense, and men of letters are frequent3 but a true gentleman is what one seldom sees." FHS 3, 43 HR Officer 33 Intra- mural Basketball 3, 43 junior- Senior Decorations Committee3 Lafamar Staff. MARGARET JANET BRIDGES "Margie" . . . "She is sweet as she is fair," , FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 23 FHA 2, 5, 4g Future Teachers 2, 5g Intramural Basketball 4g Intra- mural Volleyball 4g junior-Senior Decorations Committeeg Miss FHS Solicitorg Teenage Club 2, 3, 4. BARBARA LYNN BRUCE "Brucie" . . . Saint Anclrew's . . . "Her personality captures friends." FHS 2, 3, 4g Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 3g HR Officer 2, 3g Junior-Senior Dance Cards Committeeg Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Decorations Committee3 Spanish Club 3, 4g Teenage Club 5. LEE WOODARD BRINSON "Lee Woody" . . . UNC . . . "Modesty becomes a young man." FHS 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 3, 43 Band Officers Club 43 Band Clinic 4g Intramural Basketball 3, 43 Teenage Club 4. FREDDIE JEAN BRUNSON "Frankie" . . . Nursing School, Washington, D.C .... "For they can conquer who believe they can. ' FHS 2, 3, 43 DO Club 43 FHA 4g Future Nurses 43 Library As- sistant 3, 4. 27 V l i feb- ..f...'!e.,.:' 'RUN'- Buckner, Pat Burns. Carolyn Bush, Larry Cade, Ervin Cade, Mary Cain, Maureen PATRICIA ANN BUCKNER CAROLYN LOVE BURNS JOSEPH LAWRENCE BUSH "Pat" . . . "The iron Will of OHS "Burnsie" . . . "Gracious as sun- "Larry" . . . "One faithful friend stout heart shall make a thousand great." FHS 2, 3. 41 DE Club 4: Library Assistant 33 Miss FHS Contest 43 Spanish Club 3. ERVIN MALLOY CADE "Doc" . . . "From a little spark bursts a mighty flame." FHS 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 33 Teenage Club 2, 3. 28 shine, sweet as dew." FHS 2, 3. 4: Bulldog Staff 2, 43 Future Teachers 23 Glee Club 23 Homeroom Officer 2, 43 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 2, 43 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4. MARY ELIZABETH CADE "Mamie" . . . "The silence is in the starry sky." FHS 2, 3, elg Future Nurses 33 Miss FHS Contest 2, 43 Spanish Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4. is enough for oneself." FHS 3. 4, 53 Augsburg High School, Germanyg Baseball Team 23 Dramatics Club 2. 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 33 Teenage Club 2, 3s Photog- raphy Club 2, 3. VIRGIE MAUREEN CAIN "Cainus" . . . "Sweet and delecta- ble." FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 23 Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 23 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Homeroom Officer3 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Com- mittee, Posterg National Honor Society 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Teenage Club 2, 33 Student Fo- rum. Secretary 4. vflv FREDERICK JAMES CAMPBELL "Unforced wit is the funniest" FHS 2, 3, 4g Bulldog staff 45 French Club 4g Golf Team 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLOTTE ROSE CAPPS "Let your speech be always with grace." FHS 2, 3, 4g -Ir.-Sr. Decoration Committee 3g Latin Club 2, 3g Miss FHS Contestant 23 Miss FHS Decorations Committee 31 Teenage Club 3g Tri-Hi-Y 4, Campbell, Fred Capps. Charlotte JULIA Si-IAXW CAMPEN "Determination makes dreams come true" FHS 2, 3, 43 Band 2g Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4g Historian 43 Future Nurses 23 Glee Club 3, 4g jr.-Sr, Decorations Committee 39 Library Assistant 4g Miss FHS Contestant 3, 41 Spanish Club 3, 45 Teenage Club 2g Library Club 4. MARX' ALLENE CAPPS "The one that loves and laughs most surely does well." FHS 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 2g Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 4g Teenage Club 2, 3. Campen. julia Capps, Mary MARSHA LANE CANNON "A good heart is worth gold." FHS 2, 3. 4g Glee Club 2, 3. 49 Glee Club Librarian 3g Glee Club Secretary 4. CLARA DAWN CARPENTER "A star to watch with awe" FHS 2, 3, Lil Treasurer Sophomore Class 21 Delegate SC Nominating Convention 33 Dramatics Club 23 Historian FHA 2, 3, 45 Reporter 3g Treasurer 43 FTA Zg GAA Z, 3g jr.-Sr. Decorations 33 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 4g Miss FHS Committee 3g Spanish Club 3, 4g Teenage Club 2, 3g Chi-Phi- Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Sergeant-ab Arms. Cannon, Marsha Carpenter, Dawn -fl"'P 'Fam Carroll Barney Caton Bryan Caulk Carolyn Chadwick Rebecca Claggett Mary Ann Clark Billy BARNEY ABRAM CARROLL "Barney" . . . "I reckon" . "Happiness is a good that nature sells us" FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 23 Teenage 7 Club -. LILLIAN REBECCA CHADWICK "Becky" . . . "Lets go to Steves" . . . "I'll speak to thee in silence" FHS 2, 3, 43 DO Club 43 Miss FHS Contestant 4. LOUIS BRYAN CATON "Caton" . . . "Right tough" . . . "The silent countenance often speaks" FHS 3, 4g Hope Mills 23 Band 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 23 jr.-Sr. Waiter 23 Key Club 23 Teenage Club 3, 4. MARY ANN CLAGGETT "Claggie" . . . "As welcome as sunshine in every place" FHS 2, 3, 43 FHA 43 FNA 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 33 Library Assistant 43 Miss FHS Contestant 23 Tri- Hi-Y 33 Library Club 4. MARY CAROLYN CAULK "Carol" . . . "Happiness and con- tentment is the key to success." FHS 3, 43 Massey Hill Highg DE Club 43 FHA 23 FNA 23 FTA 23 Glee Club 23 Miss FHS Contest- ant 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. WILLIAM EDWIN CLARK "Billy" . . . "Twinkle Toes" . . . "The foremost man of all the world" FHS 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team 2, 3. 4: jr. Class President 33 Football 2, 43 HR Officer 2, 33 Key Club 2, 3. 43 Marshal 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 SC Congress and Workshop 43 "Best All Around" Superlative 43 President of Stu- dent Body 43 jr.'Sr. Figure 3, 4. IDA RUTH CLAYPOOL "Ruthie" . . . Lewie G. . . . ECC . . . "Looks where she leaps and sees where she goes." FHS 2, 3, -ig DE Club ig Glee Club 2, 33 HR Officer 2, Miss FHS Contestant 23 Teenage Club 2, 3, -lg Chi-Phi-Tri-Hi-Y 5. DANIEL STUART COBLENZ "Danny" . . . Pizza at the Palace . . . "Stay" . . . Carolina . . . "A moral, sensible, and well-bred man." FHS 2, 3, ig HR Officer 3, 4, junior-Senior Decorations Commit- teeg Key Club 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Ldifrllllflt' Staff -ig Latin Club Treas- urer 3g Superlative, "Neatest." CAROL ANN CLEMENTS "Taffy" . . . "So Little Time" . . . ECC . . . "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." FHS Z, 3, -ig DO Club 3, Future Nurses 2g Junior-Senior Decotra- tions Committeeg Miss FI-IS Con- testant 2, 3, Court 4, Spanish Club 2, 3g Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3. MICHAEL AUSTIN COCHRANE "Mike" . . . "He that will conquer must fight." . . . Sports , . . "I weigh the man, not his title." Columbus, Ga., 3, Gulfport, Miss. 3g FHS 4, Baseball 2, 3g Basket- ball 2g Glee Club -ig Teenage Club 2, 3. VIRGINIA PEGEEN COBLE "Peg" . . , Music . . . "Misty" . . . WCUNC . . . "Character is a cliamoncl that scratches every other stone." FHS 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 2, Glee Club -ig Latin Club 2g Miss FHS Contestant -I. JUDITH ANN COLLIER "Judy" . . . Drawing , . . "Theme from The A,fmr1me1zl" . . . Art School , . . "Wise to resolve, and patient to perform." FHS 2, 3, -ig Art Club 2, 43 FHA 2, 3, -ig Glee Club 3, 4g Miss FHS Contestant 2, 33 Decorations Chairman for FHA Dances 2, 3, 4 Claypool, Ruth Clements, Carol Coble, Pegeen Coblenz, Daniel Cochrane, Michael Collier, Judith Q bd E. WHITFIELD COLLINS "Whit" . . . "Mischief sparkles from his very eyes." FHS 2, 3, 4: Art Club VP 4: Bulldog Staff 21 Delegate to SC Nominating Convention 25 Foot- ball Zg HR Officer, VP 2. 43 jr.- Sr. Decorationsg Miss FHS Deco- rations 31 Spanish Club 33 Teen- age Club 2, 3g Superlative "Wit- t' st." BRTRICIA GAIL COLLINS "Gail" . . . "Crab Apples" . . . Spaghetti . . . "In Times Like These" . . . Nursing School . . . "Such honor is indeed virtuous." FHS 41 Banqkok International 23 Long Branch 33 Sandia 5g News- paper Staff 25 Glee Club Z5 Li- brazy Assistant 2. HAL DACOSTA COLLINS "Hal" . . . "Fine as wine" . . . Streibs . . . "Ebb Tide" . . . ECC . . . "Theres freedom in his soul." FHS 2. 3, 4g Baseball Team 2g Basketball Team 2g Football Team 21 jr.-Sr. Decorations 3g Spanish Club 33 Teenage Club 2, 33 Track Team 2, 4. ROY BERNARD CONNERS "Bernie" . . . "Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind." FHS -ig Lumberton HS 2, E53 Basketball Team 2, 3g Football Team ZQ Hi-Y 2, 3g Intramural 2, 35 Track Team 2. PAMELA KAY COLLINS "Pam" . . . "That's ivy" . . . Streibs . . . "You'll Never Walk Alone" . . . Western Carolina . . . "Efficient, witty, altogether de- lightfulf' FHS 3, 45 St. Pauls HS 2g Girls' Athletic Association 4g jr.-Sr. Dance Card 3: Miss FHS Con- testant -ig Teenage Club 3g Tri- Hi-Y 4. FLORENCE RAE COOK "Cookie" . . . "A merry heart and a merry frame of mind." FHS 45 Stuttgart American HS 2, 5g Band 2, 5g Homeroom Offi- cer 45 Teenage Club 2, 3g Ma- jorette Club 2, 3g VP Dance Club 2, 5g jr. Red Cross 2, 3g Trampoline Club 2, 3g President. COllII'1S, Whit COlllflS, Hal Collins, Pam Collins, Patricia Conners, Roy Cook, Florence ynau-nur' 3: fa Rxk. fvs 1'--Q Cooke. Nancy Cooper, Becky Coston, Paula Crane, Dorothy NANCY JANE COOKE "To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent" FHS 2, 3, 41 Bancl Officers Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 25 Jr.-Sr. Figure Corn. 3g HR Officer 33 Latin Club 4g Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, -ig Teenage Club 2g Sr. Superlative, "Most Talented." DOROTHY JEAN CRANE "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance" FHS 4, Richmond Acaclerny, Ga. 2: Vicenza American High, Italy 3: Future Homemakers 4g GAA 3, Glee Club 3g HR Treasurer 4g jr.-Sr. Decorations Comg Stu- dent Council 2. 3. Cromartie, Alva HAZEL REBECCA COOPER "Determination paves its own road." FHS 3, 4, Elizabethtown High 2g Bulldog Staff 33 DE Club 41 Fu- ture Homemakers 2, Glee Club 21 jr.-Sr. Decorations Com. 33 Miss FHS Decorations Com. 55 Teenage Club 2, 3. ALVA CROMARTIE "Speech is great but silence is greater' ' FHS 2, 3, 41 Latin Club 35 Miss FHS Usher 3. Croom, Lela PAULA O'BRlANT COSTON "Merrily she can laugh and chat- ter" FHS 2, 3, 4, DE Club 4g Dra- matics Club 2g Glee Club 23 jr.- Sr. Decorations Com. 3g Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, eil Teenage Club 2, 31 Tri-Hi-Y 3, LELA MAE CROOM "And opens in each heart a little heaven" FHS 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4g jr.-Sr. Orchestra Com.g Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 2g jr. Ex- change Club 3, 4. 33 Q 1 'N ,vm 3 Darden, William Davis, Williani Dawkins, Robert DerOSi6r, MlCh216l Detter, Alice Dey, Sharon WILLIAM THOIVIAS DARDEN VVILLIAIVI ALLEN DAVIS ROBERT HAMILTON "Bill" , . . "Theres a time ancl "Pedro" . . , "Oh, bolognal' . . . DAWKINS P1359 fof C'Ve1'Yfhl1'1S-H - - 4 "Nor ECC "Dawk" . . . "Crazy, Man!" , . . only witty, but the cause of others' wit." FHS 2, 3, -lg Band 2, 3, -ig Band Letter Club 3, -I. MICHAEL DOUGLAS DEROSIER "Mike" . . . "Times not worthy unless it is filled." FHS 2, 3, -ig Spanish Club -1. 34 FHS 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 3g Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Int. Basketball 25 Spanish Club -ig Track 2, 4. ALICE FAYE DETTER "I can't think!" . . . "A heart with room for every joy." FHS 2. 3, 4: Bulldog 33 Delegate to SC Nom. Convention 2. 33 HR Tr. 3g Jr.-Sr. Dance Cards Com. 3g Latin Club 31 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Pro- gram Com. Chairman 31 Teenage Club 2, 3. 4. "Dancing feet make light the heart." FHS 2. 4. 51 Blue Ridge School for Boys 33 Football 33 HR V-P 4g Track 2, 3. SHARON LOUISE DEY "Sharon" . . . "Antes de habla es mejor pensar!" . . . N.Y. Yankees . . . "Quiet Village" . . . UNC . . . "Happiness consists in the multiplicity of agreeable conscious- ness." FHS 43 Waialua High School 2, St, Francis Convent School 33 Spanish Club 2. 4. LE 0 Wav EMANUEL RUDOLPH DIAMOND "Rudy" . , . Elvis' records . . . "It's Now or Never" . . . Appa- lachin . . . "A youth of honest toil." FHS 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Program Committee, Spanish Club 4. JO HN FAIRLEY DUNN "j.F." . . . Girls . . . "Remember When" . . . Methodist College . . . "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." FHS 2, 3, 4g DE Club 41 Intra- mural Basketball 35 Intramural Volleyball 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Teenage Club 2, 3, 4. Diamond, Rudolph Dunn, john HOWARD DENNIS DRAPER. JR. "Dennis" . . . Reading . . . ECC . . . "His part has not been Words, but deeds." FHS 2, 3, 43 junior-Senior Deco- rations Committeeg Latin Club 23 Lfzfiznmr Staff 4g Spanish Club 3, 4. ERNEST LLOYD DUNN "Robert" . . . Duke . . . "The mildest manners with the bravest mind." New Hanover High 2g FHS 3, 4g Basketball 23 Senior Class Presi- dent 4, Hi-Y 23 Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4, junior-Senior Figure Committee, junior-Senior Figure 3, 45 Key Club 4, Lafrznmr Staff Business Manager, Latin Club 2g NHS 3, 4, Student Council Con- gress 4g Superlative, "Most Out- standing Citizen"g Stedman Essay 3. Draper, Dennis Dunn, Lloyd ik x A Qi ,pl 5 .. :W i ui- K t Q !, . fr N4 JOHNNY MAC DREW "Drew" . . . "You get out of life what you put into it." . . . Elizabeth . . . "Walk, Don't Run" . . . Worth's . . .-"Magnificent spectacle of human happiness." FHS 2, 3, 4, DE Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3. 4. RODNEY LEE EDGE "Rotney" . . . Skiing at White Lake , . . "Hideaway" . . . USC . . . "Some credit in being jolly." FHS 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4, HR Officer 2, 33 junior-Senior Decorations Com- mitteeg Latin Club 25 Monogram Club 4: Teenage Club 2. 3, 4, Track Team 2. Drew, Johnny Edge, Rodney ie. rl Q., 'bum--"' 'H KT' 815 Edwards Kaye Edwards Larry Ehrmann Bob Elkins Norman Ellis Harry Faircloth Carolyn ELLEN KAYE EDWARDS "Her smile costs nothing but gives much." FHS Z. 5. 4g Bulldog Staff 2g Cheerleader Z, 3, -ig Delegate to Nominating Conventiong Future Teachers Z3 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, -lg Intra- mural Basketball, Volleyball -ig junior-Senior Committeeg Ltzfimmr Staff 4g Latin Club Zg Marshal 3g Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3. 4g Teenage Club 2, 31 Tri-Hi-Y 3. -ig Superlative. "Most School Spiriti'1 Homecoming Sponsor. NORMAN XVILKES ELKINS "Norman" . . . "XXfhose service is perfect freedom." FHS Z. 3. 43 Intramural Basketball 35 Intramural Volleyball 31 Latin Club -I. LARRY DAVID EDWARDS "Reap the harvest of a quiet mind." FHS 2, 3, -lg Band 2, 3, -I1 Band Letter Club 3, -ig Band Officers Club. 41 Band Clinics 3, -ig Golf Team 2, 35 Latin Club 2g Teen- age Club 43 Intramural Basketball J. HARRY VANI-IORN ELLIS III "God has placed no limit to the intellect." FHS 3. -lg ARM Consolidated High Schoolg Band 2, 3, 4g Band Letter Club 2, 3, 43 Superlative "Most Intelligentug National Mer! it Semi-Finalist. ROBERT JOSEPH EHRMANN "Few men make themselves mas- ter of themselves." . . , "Big 'un" FHS 3, 43 Berlin American HSg Baseball Team 2, 35 Basketball Team 2, 3, 43 Football Team 2, 3g Track Team 2. CAROLYN JEAN FAIRCLOTH "A fun-loving girl with a gay heart." FHS 2, 3, 43 Girls' Basketball Team Scorekeeper 3g FHA 2g Fua ture Nurses 35 Intramural Basket- ball, Volleyball -lg Junior-Senior Decorations Committeeg Lizfiwzac Staff, Typist -tg Latin Club 2g Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, -lg Teenage Club Z, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Committee. DAXVN ELLISA FAIRCLOTH "Daybreak" . . . "The smile of her is like the dawn." FHS 2, 3, 4, FHA 25 FTA 2, Intramural Volleyball 43 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 41 Teenage Club 2, 5, 41 Tri-Hi-Y 5, 4. MICHAEL PATRICK FELLENZ "Mike" . . . "In action, faithfulg in honor, clear." FHS 2, 3, 4, HR Officer 3, 41 Key Club 3, 43 Latin Club 2g Miss FHS Ticket Committee 3: National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4. Faircloth, Dawn Fellenz, Mike LOUISA HUNTER FARMER "Lou" . . , "Life is a cheerful path." FHS 2, 3, 4g FTA 2g HR Officer 23 Intramural Volleyball 4, Latin Club 2, Miss FHS Contest 43 Miss FHS Solicitor 31 Scottish Dancers 2, 3, 4, President 41 Spanish Club 3, 4. JOHNNY STEVE FERMANIDES "johnny" . . . "Friendship is a sheltering tree." FHS 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basket- ball 3g Intramural Volleyball 3g Teenage'Club 2, 3, 4g Track Team 3. Farmer, Lou Ferrnanicles, johnny ARAMIO DAVILA FELIPE "Phil" . . . "He saicl not a word, but in his eyes there lay a cori- versationf' FHS 4g Navy School, Puerto Rico 3, 4g Tombstone High School 25 Basketball Team 2g Spanish Club 2g Teenage Club 2: Track Team 2. KAREN JEAN FEWSTER "Karen" . . . "Happiness lies in the consciousness we have of it." FHS 4: Killeen High School, Kil- leen, Texas 2, 3, 41 Band 2, 3, 4. Felipe, Aramio I Fewster, Karen . .A -1 'w .. y ., , ai., ,Z 13.1 Q.. 15" nv 11 4 , JORMAN WADE FIELDS "Butch" . . . "Darn, I reckon" . . . "Nothing but himself can be his parallel." FHS 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 33 HR Officer 23 Intramural Basketball 3, 43 jr.-Sr. Com. 33 Latin Club 33 Teenage Club 2, 3g Track Team 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN MARIE FRANKLIN "Carolyn" . . . "Oh, Sugar!" . . . "Virtue and genuine graces do speak" FHS 3, 43 Lawrence Central 23 Glee Club 2, 33 HR Officer 43 Intramural Basketball and Volley- ball 23 Miss FHS Contestant 3, 43 Pep Club 23 Exchange Program 2. Fields, Butch Franklin, Carolyn CHARLES F. FINLEY, JR. "Chuck" . . . "How's business?" . . . "When he gives, he gives himself." FHS 3, 43 Burlington High 23 Bulldog Staff 43 Dramatics Club 53 Teenage Club 3. SUSAN JANE FREEMAN "Sue" . . . "Really" . . . "The rays of happiness are like those of light." FHS 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 23 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Miss FHS Contestant 4. Finley, Chuck Freeman, Susan SAUNDRA LEE FORNEY "Chookie" . . . "Where there is a will, there is a way." FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 23 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 4. TOMILEE FULK "T" . . . "Oh, Mercy!" FHS 2, 3, 4g FNS 43 Intramural Volleyball 4g Latin Club 43 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 43 Spanish Clubg Office Assistant 4. Forney, Saunclra Fulk, Tomilee 'Vi Viv- -e" 'Y' yawn. .Six is-4 X crziors J' 3- fy usfgg 4- 1:9 Gallo, Barbara Gleeson, Roberta BARBARA ANN GALLO "Dear and pleasant unto all." FHS 4, Frankfurt, Germany 2, Art Club 33 Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 3, Intramural Basketball, Volley- ball 2, 3, Junior-Senior Commit- teeg Student Council 33 Teenage Club 2, 3. ROBERTA MARIE GLEESON "Roberta" . . . "Faithful, sweet, and sincere all through the years." FHS 2, 3, 4g Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, President 41 GAA 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 4g Intramural Volleyball 4. K' X Yr- I-f Geddes, Mary Frances Goforth, Kathy MARY FRANCES GEDDES "Geddes" . . . "I hasten to laugh at everything." FHS 2, 3, 4, FHA 23 Future Nurses 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-President 2, junior-Senior Decorations 33 Latin Club 21 Miss FHS 2, 3, 4, Scot- tish Dancers 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. KATHERINE ELBERTA GOFORTH "Gofy" . . . "Nothing is so con- tagious as enthusiasm." FHS 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head 4, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 2, Homeroom President 4, Co-Chairman Junior-Senior Deco- rations 3, Lrzftrmizc Snapshots -43 Marshal 3, Student Council 2, 33 Student Forum 4, "Most Popular" Superlative -1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Decorations 3, Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4. L.- '!"""' Gibson, Sandra Goodrich, jean SANDRA FAYE GIBSON "Gibson" . . . "She's fair, divine- ly fair." FHS 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, Glee Club Accompanist 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JEAN LEIGH GOODRICH "Goody" . . . "Friendship is love," FHS 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2, 43 DE Club 2, Library Assistant 4, Miss FHS Contest 2, 4g Teenage Club 2, 31 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 39 awww Q Q .Va X QM' st 'Q 'F 2 T Gore, Bobby Green. Bill Greene, jimmy Greer, Kay Grenig, jay Grice, Betty ROBERT LEE GORE BILLY DON GREEN JAMES VERDERY GREENE "Bobby" . . . "An athlete beyond "Bill" . . . "Crazy" . . . "Good "Emmy" . . . "Right" . . . "A COmparC" humor makes all things tolerable" mind that is strong: a heart that FHS 2, 3, 4, Baseball Z, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 33 jr.-Sr. Waiter 33 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4. ELLEN KAY GREER "Kay" . . . "Cool it" . . . nothing but boys . . . "The right hand of fellowship" FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 23 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 4. 40 FHS 2, 3, 4. JAY EDWARD GRENIG "jay" . . . Hamburgers . . . "For knowledge is itself a power" FHS 2, 3, 4g French Club 23 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. is true" FHS 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 4g Delegate to SC Nominating Con- vention 33 JV Football 23 Glee Club 23 HR Officer 2, 3, 4g Key Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Marshal 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Track Team 3. BETTY SUE GRICE "Betty" . . . "September Song" . . . "Kindness gives birth to kindness" FHS 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 2, 3, 43 Band Clinic 23 Intramural Volleyball 4g jr.-Sr. Committee 33 Miss FHS Contest- ant 2, 4. 915' MARY REGINA GROVES "Pug" . . . "Je ne sais pas" . . . Ketchup . . . Queens . . . "Man is the artificer of his own happi- ness," Martin Van Buren 2, 33 FHS 43 DE Club 43 Dramatics Club 55 Glee Club 23 Boys' Dean Assistant 33 English Aid 33 GO Representa- tive 3. MELVIN JULIAN HALL "Big Julie" . . . "In the Still of the Night" . , . "Like Wow!" . . . "Kindness is the virtue of the heart." FHS 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 33 Teenage Club 2, 3. JAMES CARLDON HALL "Carldon" . . . Bowling . . . Campbell . . , "A pleasant com- panion, a true friend," FHS 2, 3, 4g DE Club 3. ANN KELSO HAMBRIGHT "Posie" . . . Converse . , . "A faithful friend is a good treasure." FHS 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3: Cheer- leader 2g Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 2, 33 FTA 4g GAA 3, 43 HR Officer 2, 3, 4g Intramural Bas- ketball 4g Intramural Volleyball 4g junior-Senior Decorations Com- mittee: Lfzffmmr 4g Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 2, 43 Miss FHS Decorations Committeeg Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Home- coming Sponsor. LINDA LEE HALL "Rusty" . . . Skating . , . "Theme from A Summer Plate" . . . "joy is her partnership." El Paso, Texas Z, 5g FHS 4g Li- brary Assistant 2. SUSAN MELANIE HAMILTON "Sue" . . . "To Love Again" . . . Pasadena City College . . . "A sweet, attractive kind of grace." Hawaii 2g FHS 3, 4g Basketball 2g French Club 23 FNA 4g FTA 3g Library Assistant 3, 45 Library Club Award. GIOVCS1 Regina Hall, Carldon Hall, Linda Hall, MCIVIU Hambright, Ann Hamilton, Susan C.- .sp-0 Cl hx Hanley Janel' Harrell Kaye H31-U5 Kathy Harm Maflfla Harrison Sharon Hal-vie Sharon MARTHA JANE HANLEY "Janey" . . . "One with more of soul in her face than words on her tongue." FHS 3, 4g Mannheim High School, Germany Zg Cheerleader 2g FHA 4g Library Assistant 43 Teenage Club 43 Pep Club 2g Cheerleading Club 2g Library Club 4. MARINA JUNE HARRIS "Marina" . . . "Like a pond- still, but deep." FHS 2, 3. 45 DO Club -ig FNA 2g GAA 2, 3g Glee Club 2g Jr,-Sr. Decorations Committee 3g Miss FHS Contest 25 Miss FHS Solicitor 33 Teenage Club 2. FRANCES KAYE HARRELL "Kaye" . . . "A quiet dignity surrounds her." FHS 2, 3, 4g Intramural Volley- ball 4g Spanish Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4. SHARON ALGA HARRISON "Doll" . . . "She alone has the energy who cannot be deprived of it." FHS 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team 3g GAA 2, 3, 4g HR Officer Zg Intramural Volleyball 4g Latin Club 2g Miss FHS Contest 43 Teenage Club 3. KATHLEEN HARRIS "Kathy" . . . "An unquenchable spirit." FHS 3, 43 St. Petersburg High School 25 Delegate to SC Nom- inating Convention 3g French Club 2g FHA 2g GAA 25 HR Officer 2g Intramural Volleyball 4g Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 33 Miss FHS Contest 5, 45 Tri- Hi-Y 4. SHARON LEE HARVIE "Sharon" . . . "Nothing is rarer than real goodness." FHS 2, 3, 4g Band 3. 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Delegate to SC Nominat- ing Convention: FTA 21 HR Officer 2, 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 31 National Honor So- ciety 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 45 State Math Contest 3. THOMAS LEIGHTON HATCH "Tommy" . . . "Happy is this man." FHS 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Teenage Club 3. DAVID BRYCE HERRING "Daye" . . . "A courteous and well-bred man" FHS 4, Baker High 2, 33 National Thespian Society 3g Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 35 Junior-Senior Decora- tions 3g Key Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3g National Honor Society 3, Student Council 2, 3. Hatch, Thomas Herring, David 'YM' ANN LAMB HATCHER "Scrutcher" . . . "Art is a child of Nature." FHS 2, 3, 4, Art Club 39 Dele- gate to Nominating Convention 3g Future Teachers 23 Homeroom Secretary 2, junior-Senior Deco- rations 3, Miss FHS Contest 2, 33 Scottish Dancers 3, 4, Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4. REEDIE ANN HERRING "Ann" . . . "It's better to be small and shining than to be large and cast a shadow." FHS 2, 3, 4: Bulldog 4, FHA 21 junior-Senior Figure 33 Library Assistant 2g Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 33 Teenage Club 2, 3. Hatcher, Ann Herring, Ann LEE WILSON HAUSER "Willie" . . . "You can see the world with pictures." FHS 2, 3, -ig Bulldog Reporter and Photographer 3, Lafrmmr Photographer 3, 4g Teenage Club 2, 3, Track Team 2, 3, -ig Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Intramu- ral Volleyball 3, 4g DeMolay 4. BARBARA LOUISE HEWETT "Bobbie" . . . "Gentle to others" FHS 3, 4, Grainger High 2, junior-Senior Dates Committee 3, Latin Club 23 Library Assistant 2g Miss FHS Contest 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. Hauser, Lee I Hewett, Barbara ,lk T7 ROBERT ANDERSON HIGH "Bob" . . . "The mildest manners with the bravest mind." FHS 2, 3, -I5 Band 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3. 45 Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3. 4. JUDY ANN HONEYCUTT "Judy" . . . "Hitch your wagon to a star." FHS Z. 3, 415 Bulldog Staff 2, 33 Dramatics Club 23 HR Officer 23 Intramural Volleyball 45 Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 33 Miss FHS Contest 2, 5. -iz Miss FHS Solicitor 35 Teenage Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. LARRY DENNIS HOLCOMB "Larry' '.,.' 'The great hope of society is individual character." FHS 2. 5, -15 Mt. Vernon High School 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3. ELIZABETH ANN HOOD "Orphan Annie" . . . "Laughter and quietness is a rare combina- tion." FHS Z, 3, 4, DE Club 3, 45 In- tramural Volleyball 2. PAUL WAYNE HOLLAND "Tall Paul" . . . "Coach's de- light." FHS 2, 3, 45 Basketball Team 2, 3, -ig HR Officer 25 Intramural Volleyball 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 5, 45 Teenage Club 2, 35 Track Team 2, 3, 4. JEANNETTE FAYE HORNE "Faye" . . . "A cheerful thought, a cheerful look. a cheerful word." FHS 2, 3, 45 FNA 2, 34 FTA 33 Spanish Club 25 Teenage Club 3. High, Bob Holcomb, Larry Holland. Paul Honeycutt, Judy Hood, Ann Horne, Faye i .1 1 s f -. , ' 'Ik army in - gp, ,-.-X K enirfrs 'E' Horne, Martha Hulka, john MARTHA ANNE HORNE "Martha" . . . "A good laugh is sunshine in a house." FHA 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Miss FHS Contest 35 Miss FHS Solici- tor 3g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. JOHN PAUL HULKA "john" . . . "A man of courage is also full of faith." FHS 3, 3, 45 Band 2, 33 Band Letter Club 35 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3. 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3. fix Q5 Howell, Carolyn Irvine, Barbara CAROLYN LESLIE HOWELL "Carolyn" . . . "Make friends with speed." FHS 2, 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 25 Dramatics Club 25 FHA 2, 35 GAA 2, 35 jr,-Sr. Decorations Committee, Latin Club 25 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 45 Miss FHS Solicitor, Decorations Committee 35 Teenage Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN IRVINE "Bobbie" . . . "Sweetness sur- viveS." FHS 2, 5, 41 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Bulldog Staff -i5 French Club 2, 35 jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 35 Miss FHS Contest 3, 45 Teen- age Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 4, ,yes Huggins, Don Iuliucci, Sandy DON JERRY HUGGINS "Don" . . . "Wise to resolve and patient to perform." FHS 3, 45 New Brunswick High School, New jersey 2, 35 Drama- ics Club 25 Track Team 25 Social Dancing 33 Projection Club 35 Travel Club 31 Philosophy 3. SANDRA ANN IULIUCCI "Utch" . . . "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." FHS 2, 3, 45 Bulldog Staff 2, 45 Delegate to SC Nominating Con- vention5 Glee Club 21 HR Officer Z5 Intramural Volleyball 45 jr.- Sr. Decorations Committee 35 Figure 3, Waitress 25 Marshal 35 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 45 Miss FHS Solicitor, Decorations Committee 35 Scottish Dancers 2, 5, 45 Spanish Club 25 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Teen- age Council: Homecoming Spon- sor 35 Homecoming Queen 4. 45 Jackson, Carol Johnson, Barbara CAROL JEAN JACKSON "Good is the mightiest force in the universe." FHS 2, 3, 4g Bulldog Staff 43 Jr.-Sr. Decorations Com. 33 Latin Club 33 Miss FHS Contestant 3, 4. BARBARA SUSAN JOHNSON "Barbara" . . . East Carolina . . . "Those unheard are the sweetest" FHS 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contestant 3, 43 Spanish Club 3. 46 Jackson, Elbert Johnson, Cornelia ELBERT CURTIS JACKSON "Manners must adorn knowledge and smooth its way through the world." FHS 2, 3, 43 Business Manager of Bulldog 33 JV Football 23 Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Jr,-Sr. Decorations Com. 33 Miss FHS Decorations Com. 3. CORNELIA MILLER JOHNSON "An all-around girl with a thou- sand good traits" FHS 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 45 Future Teachers 23 HR Pres. 4g Latin Club 23 Marshal 33 Miss FHS Court 2, 3, 45 National Hon- or Society 3, 4g Historian 43 Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, Homecoming Sponsor 33 Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 33 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 33 Miss FHS Poster Com.g Intram. Volleyball 4. Johnson, Arthur Johnson, James ARTHUR HANN JOHNSON, JR. "Men of few words are the best men." FHS 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 23 Football 2, 3, 4. JAMES GARY JOHNSON "Jim" . . . University of Florida . . . "Dream Lover" . . . "A self- made man" FHS 2, 3, 43 DE Club 4, Presi- dent 4g Spanish Club 3, 43 Teen- age Club 2, 3. bfi? DAVID RAY JOHNSON "Red" . . . "Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind." FHS 2, 3, 43 Class Treasurer 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 2, 33 Key Club 43 Marshal 33 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Teenage Club 2, 3, 43 Track Team 2, 33 Superlative "Most School Spirit." HARRIOT ELIZABETH JONES "Jonesy" . . . "Life is a great bundle of little things." FHS 2, 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Future Teachers 23 GAA 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Junior-Senior Wait- ers and Waitresses Committee 33 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 43 Scottish Dancers 2, 3, 43 Teen- age Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. WALTER FRANKLIN JOINER "Frank '...' 'Easy going. never hurrying" FHS 2, 3, 43 DE Club 4, Vice- President 43 Teenage Club 2, 3. MARY ELEANOR JONES "Puddie" . . . "We can do more good by being good than in any other way." FHS 2, 3, 43 DE Club 4, Secre- tary 43 GAA 33 Miss FHS Con- test 23 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4. Johnson, Ray- Joiner, Franklin Jones, Harriot Jones, Mary I A CLARA JOSEPHINE JONES I "Clara" . . . "How she did seem to dive into their hearts!" FHS 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 3, 43 Homeroom Presi- dent 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary 43 Latin Club 33 Miss FHS Con- test 2, 3, 43 National Honor So- ciety 3, 43 Student Council Vice- President 43 "Most Coui-teous" Superlative. MICHAEL LEE JONES "Mike" . . . "Ah! His musical skills!" FHS 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 3, 4g Band Student Director 43 Band Clinics 2, 3, 43 Homeroom President 43 Miss FHS Usher 33 Spanish Club 2, Vice-President 23 "Most Tal- ented" Superlative. , Jones, Clara Jones, Michael 'bt T7 itz: I lowers, JoAnn 4 Joyner, Patsy ,QW QSQUP Kairinen, Virpi Kanzer, Nancy Kaprantgas, Christos Kelly, Linda JOANN JOWERS PATSY CAROL JOYNER VIRPI HELENA KAIRINEN "jo" . . . Dancing . . . "Million "Patsy" . . . "The Twelfth of "Virpi" . . . Music . . . Duke to One" . . . "Kindness is the Never" . . . ECC . . . "The . , . "Thy quiet and friendly golden chain by which society is bound together." Seventy-First 2g FHS 3, 4, Bas- ketball Zg DE Club 43 FHA 23 junior-Senior Waitress 2. NANCY JANE KANZER "Nancy" . . . UNC . . . "Her ways of pleasantnessf' FHS 2, 3, 4, Bulldog Staff 2, DE Club 43 Intramural Volleyball 33 junior-Senior Decorations Corn- mitteeg Miss FHS Contestant 35 Miss FHS Solicitor 3, Teenage Club 2. heart to conceive, the understand- ing to direct, the hand to per- form," FHS 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Bulldog Staff 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, -ig HR Officer 31 Intra- mural Basketball, Volleyball 4, junior-Senior Decorations Com- mittee, Lafunzar Staff 4, Latin Club 2, Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 49 Miss FHS Decorations Com- mittee, Teenage Club 2, 32 Super- lative, "Most Original." CHRISTOS ANDREW KAPRANTGAS "Chris" . . , Broiled steak . . . "Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On" . . . "A worthy man." FHS 2, 3, 4. ways." FHS 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 4. LINDA MINA KELLY "Pooch" . . . William and Mary . . . "Her very frowns are fairer than smiles of other maidens." FHS 2, 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 2, 45 HR Officer 25 junior-Senior Deco- rations Committee 3g junior- Senior Figure 45 Latin Club 4, Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 4g Scottish Dancers 2, 3, 4g Student Council -iz Spanish Club 2, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4g Superlative, "Neat- est." RITA KAYE KEMP "Rita" . . . "Little Things Mean a Lot" . . . WC-UNC . . . "Blest with that beauty, that talent to charm." FHS 2, 3, 43 FTA 23 GAA 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 HR Officer 2, 3: Intramural Basketball, Volleyball 4g junior-Senior Decorations Com- mitteeg Lafamuc Staffg Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Entertainment Commit- teeg Spanish Club 3: Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Superlative, "Best Personality." SUSAN LEE LaBONNE "Susan" , . . "Army Blue" . . . University of Connecticut . . . "An infinite jewel in a world of sparkle." Puerto Rico 23 FHS 3, 43 Class President 23 Dramatics Club 3: Glee Club 23 NHS 23 Spanish Club 23 Teenage Club 33 Science Club 23 Sophomore Class Play 2. LINDA LEE KENNEY "Linda" . , . "Moonglow" . . . ECC . , . "Far sweeter than the sound of an instrument." FHS 2, 3. 4: Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 3, 43 Band Clinics 23 FTA 23 junior-Senior Figure Com- mitteeg Latin Club 21 Miss FHS Contestant 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2. JOE ALVIE LACHER "Joe" . . . "I'll never tell" . . . "Blue Angel" . . . TPI . , . "Not too grave, not too gay, just a jolly good fellow." Italy 2, 35 FHS 43 Baseball 2, 3g Football 33 Soccer Team 3. DANIEL VERNON KINLAW "Danny" , . . football . . . "My Prayer" . . . UNC . . . "Polite- ness goes far but costs nothing." FHS 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4g HR Officer 2, Lig Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 33 Latin Club 23 Mono- gram Club 43 Teenage Club 2, 33 Track Team 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANKLIN LAND "Bobby"-. . . "Tough enough" . . . girls . . . "Wait" . . . "Willing hearts conquer." FHS 2, 3, 4. Q Kemp,.Rita Kenney, Linda Kinlaw, Daniel LaBonne, Susan Lacher, joe Land, Robert 'Q-.J L my-fef 95' YF" T37 77' TOMMY JACKSON LAND "Scooter King" . . . "No, he didn't" . . . Girls . . . "Twist" . . , Georgia Tech . . . "Good nature is stronger than toma- hawks" FHS 2, 3, -ig DO Club 4. GLEN DA ROSE LAN GFORD "Unselfish and noble actions are the most radiant pages in the biography of souls." FHS 2, 3, 45 Basketball Team 2, 35 Future Teachers 3, -ig GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball, Vol- leyball 45 junior-Senior Commit- tee, Lfzfuflzm' Staff 45 Latin Club 25 Miss FHS Contestant Z, 5, 45 Teenage Club 2, 3. Land, Tommy Langford, Glenda DORTHEA HERMINE LANE "Hermimneie" . . . "That's color- ful" . . . "Going to Faison" . . . R.P.I .... "A girl who is loved, a girl with grace, with fairness of figure and fairness of face." FHS 2, 3, -il Art Club 2, 3, 45 DE Club 3, 43 Miss FHS Con- testant 25 Teenage Club 2, 3. FREDDIE MORRIS LANGSTON "Frog"'. . . "I don't know" . . . "Humor brightens everyones day." FHS 2, 5, 45 Baseball 45 DE Club 2, 45 Intramural Basketball, Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Teenage Club 2, 3. Lane, Hermine Langston, Freddie BILLYE KAYE LANGE "A lovely smile is the trademark of her happy soul." FHS 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 25 Intramural Basketball, Volley- ball 45 junior-Senior Committee5 Lfzfmmzr Staff5 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Teenage Club 2, 35 Superlative "Most Outstand- ing Citizen." CAROL JEAN LEARY "Kitten" . . . "I'll Never Fall" . . . water skiing . . . Univer- sity of Alaska . . . "Her saying is 'Live and let live'." FHS 2, 45 Art Club 2, 3g FHA 25 Future Nurses 25 Homeroom Officer 45 Miss FHS Contestant 45 Teenage Club 2. Lange, Kaye Leary, Carol .1 Seniors A 3 K 'Qs 40"- l LeC0mte Patricia Lee Jeff Lee Helen Lee Judy PATRICIA GAIL LECOMTE "We cannot be just if we are not kind-hearted." Lessel Gene JACKSON FREDERICK LEE i'Jeff" . . . "His disposition ac- cepts the terms of life." Lewis Charlotte HELEN FOX LEE "Foxie" . . . "Manners are strong- er than law." FHS 43 Dramatics Club 33 French Club 23 FHA 23 GAA 2, 33 Glee Club 43 Homeroom Officer 23 Junior-Senior Decorations 33 Miss FHS Contest 4. JUDY ANN LEE "Judy" . . . "Life is not so short but that there is time for cour- tesy." FHS 2, 3, 43 Drarnatics Club 23 FTA 2g Glee Club 3. FHS 43 Football 43 Hn' 2, 5, 43 Monogram Club 43 Teenage Club 43 Track Team 3. 4. DELORES GENE LESSEL "Gene" . . . "Real happiness is dear." FHS 3, 41 Frankfurt, Germany 23 Delegate to Nominating Conven- tion, 33 Homeroom Officer 33 Teenage Club 2, 3. FHS 2, 3, 43 FHA 23 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Teenage Club 2, 3. CHARLOTTE EVELYN LEWI S "Lewie" . . . "Pretty to Walk withg witty to talk with" FHS 2, 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 2, 33 FNA 2, 3, 43 GAA 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 23 Intramural Basketball 43 Junior- Senior Decorations 33 Junior- Senior Figure 33 Lafrzmac Staff 43 "Cutest" Superlative 43 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Court 33 Miss FHS '61, 4g Miss FHS Decorations 3g Miss FHS Solicitor 33 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Student Body Treasurer 33 SC Congress 23 Teen- age Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 4. 5I Loewus, Suzanne McBride, Thomas DOROTHY SUZANNE LOEWUS "Suzy" . . , "A wise heart with room for every joy." FHS 4g Walsingham Academy 2, Hampton High 3g French Club 2g Glee Club 3g Miss FHS Con- test 4. THOMAS GEORGE MCBRIDE "Tom" . "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." FHS 2, 3, 4g Baseball Team 3, 4g Basketball Team 4, Intramural Basketball 3. 52 Loyd, Royal McCall, joe FRANK ROYAL LOYD "Buzz" . . . "Possessing great vitality and sheer enjoyment of life." FHS 2, 3, 41 Band 2, 3, 4g Band Letter Club 3, 4g Band Officers Club, Lt. 23 Attended 4 Band Clinics, Bulldog Staff 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2g junior-Senior Figure Committee and Announcer, Teenage Club 2, 3, District Band Contest, State Band Contest, Fay- etteville Symphony Orchestra. JOE DEAN McCALL "joe" . . . "A man possessed of splendid talent." FHS 2, 3, 4g Basketball Team 2, 3g Bulldog staff 2g Delegate to Student Council Nominating Con- vention 2, 3g Football Team 2, 5, 4g Glee Club 2g Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 43 Homeroom Officerg junior-Senior Date Committee, Waiter 21 Latin Club 21 Marshal 3g "Most Popu- lar" 43 Monogram Club 3, 4. Lytch, Linda McCallum, Charles LINDA JACQULINE LYTCH "Linda" . . . "A woman's hair is her crowning glory." FHS 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, Hostess 25 Future Home-makers 2g FTA 3g junior-Senior Date Committee and Solicitor 33 Latin Club 2g Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4g Teen- age Club 2, 3. CHARLES CALVIN McCULLUM "Trumpet" . . . "Silence is the virtue of the wise." FHS 2, 3. 43 Band 2, 3, 4g Band Letter Club 3, 4g Band Officers Club 41 Band Clinic 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 4g Spanish Club 33 Teenage Club 2, 33 District Band Contest 2, 3: State Band Contest 3g State Ensemble Contest 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4. 04- JOHN MICHAEL MCCLAIN "Mike '...' 'A happy noble man. FHS 2. 3, 43 Band 2. MARGARET ANN INICDANIEL "Marty Mac" . . . "She is known by her smile and friendly eyes." FHS 2, 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 23 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 HR Officer 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 43 Intramural Volleyball 43 jr.-Sr. Dance Card Committee 5L Ltzfamac Staff 4g Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Court 41 Miss FHS Solicitor 33 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Superlative, "Most Friendly"3 Student Forum 4. ADA KAY MCCORKLE "Korki" . , . "There is no sub- stitute for sincere earnestnessf' FHS 2, 3, Lfi French Club 43 FHA 23 FTA 43 Intramural Vol- leyball 43 Intramural Basketball 43 jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee3 Lafimztzr Staff -lg Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Solicitorg NHS 5, 43 Teenage Club 2, 3. WILLIAM HARVEY McKEITHAN "Bullet Bill" . "Full of mis- chief, frolic, and fun." FHS 2. 3, 43 Delegate to Nom- inating Convention 2, 33 Football Team 2, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2. 3, 4g junior-Senior Committeeg Latin Club 31 Teenage Club 2, 3. -IUDITH NADINE McDADE "Judy Mac" . . . "Oh, thou art fairer than a thousand stars." FHS 2, 3, 43 DE Club 3, 4g Miss FHS Contest 2. BARBARA ANN MCLAMB "Lamb" , . . Her graceful air shows her good as she is fair." FHS 2, 3, 43 DE Club 3, Associ- ate President 33 FNA 2, 43 Intra- mural Basketball 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Decora- tions Committee 33 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest 23 Miss FHS Decorations Committee 33 Teenage Club 2, 53 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, -I. McClain, John McCorkle, Kay MCDade, Judy Mcoamei, Marty Mflcenhfm, Bill MfLamb, Barbara QVN 1 I M,- Qmweuw' Ns.....x 'FT Qi' McLaurin Barbara McLean, Loche McMillian, Dinah McRae Camelia McSwegan, Larry Mabbatt, Joan BARBARA ANN McLAURIN "Barb" . . . "We cannot be just unless we are kindheartedf' FHS 2, 3, 43 DO Club 4, Library Assistant 3, 43 Miss FHS Contest 3, 4, Library Club 4. FRANCES CAMELIA MCRAE "Camelia" . . . "You can preach a better sermon with your life than with your lips." FHS 2, 3, 43 Manager Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, President -lg FTA 23 GAA 2, 3: HR Officer 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball -ig Intramural Volley- ball 41 Co-Chairman jr.-Sr. Re- freshment Committeeg Jr.-Sr. Fig- ure 3g Lrzfrwzac Staff 4, Latin Club 21 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4g Teenage Club 2. LOCHE ALLEN MCLEAN "Loche" . . . "Politeness goes far, yet costs nothing." FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 2, Latin Club 2. LAWRENCE PETER McSXWEGAN "Larry" . . . "Thou art of a fel- low of good respect." FHS 3, 4g Nurnbury 2, 35 Basket- ball Team 2, 33 Baseball Team 2, Teenage Club 2, 3g Track Team 2. DINAH JEAN MCMILLIAN "Dina Mac" . . . "Her small courtesies sweeten life." FHS 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 33 FHA 2, 35 HR Officer 33 Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4g Teenage Club 2, 3. JOAN ELEANOR MABBATT "Butter Ball" . . . "Imagination is the eye of the soul." FHS 2, 3, 43 DO Club 3, 4g FHA 2, 33 FNA 2: GAA 2g Miss FHS Contest 2, 3. MIKA LEANN MANSFIELD "Mickey" . . . "That's life" . . talking . . . Florida Southern . . . "Fun-loving ways are thine" FHS 3, 43 Peoria Central HS 23 FHA 3, 41 Future Teachers 41 GAA 33 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 4. WILLA STANHOPE MAY "Hopie" . . . "They Can't Take That Away from Me" . . . Gulf Park . . . "That is gold which is worth gold." FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club Vice- President 43 Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 33 Dramatics Club 43 GAA 4g Intramural Basketball and Volley- ball 3, 43 Junior-Senior Decora- tions Committeeg Library Assist- ant 43 Miss FHS Contestant 33 Teenage Club 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. LANA LORRAIN MATTHEWS "Lana" . . . Movies . . . "Blue Velvet" . . . Beauty College . . . "Quietness and sweetness are prize possessions." FHS 2, 3, 4g Art Club 2, 43 Library Assistant 43 Library Club. WILLIAM FRANKLIN MEARES "Billy" . . . Vicky . . . "Only the Lonely" . . . Methodist Col- lege . . . "A good man is willing to be little." FHS 2. 3, 43 Glee Club 23 Intra- mural Basketball and Volleyball 2, 3. GARY LEE MAUNEY "Gary" . . . "Take it easy" . . . Swimming . . . "Walk, Don't Run" . . . ECC . . . "I am sure a care is an enemy to life." Union Mills, N.C. 2g FHS 3, 43 Baseball Z3 Intramural Basketball 33 Spanish Club 3. SUZANNE MEARNS "Suzie" . . . "Twilight Time" . . . Duke . . . "Gay as the gilded summer sky." California 2, 33 FHS 43 Cheer- leader 33 Class President3 GAA 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 3, 4g HR Offi- cer 33 Library Assistant 2g 'NHS 2, 3g Teenage Club 2, 33 Science Club 33 NFS 2, 3. 4 ManSfif:lCl,'Milca Matthews, Lana Mauney, Gary May, Hopie Meares, Billy Mearns, Suzanne 15 -9 Jw 'D TROY CLENTON M ERRI TT "Butch" , . , "Bull!" . . . Foot- ball . . . "You Talk Too Much" . . . US Air Force Academy . . . "Manners are everything with some people." FHS 2, 3, -ig Intramural Basket- ball 3g Intramural Volleyball 3. RICHARD MYRON MILGRAM "Richard" . . . "It is a tranquil person who accomplishes much." FHS 2, 3, 4g Band 2, 3, -ig Band Letter Club 3, Lil Band Officers Club 4: Band Clinics 3, 43 Spanish Club 2. Merritt, Troy Milgram, Richard CHARLES C. MILES "Buckey" . . . "It is good to live and learn." FHS 3, -1, 5g Karlsruhe, Germany 21 Baseball Team 21 Basketball Team 2, 45 Football Team 2, 45 Homeroom Officer 2g Intramural Basketball 33 Intramural Volley- ball -ig Teenage Club 2g Track Team 3. LILLIE BRUNILDA MIRANDA "Lil" . . . "A good-natured per- son is never out of place." FHS 2, 3, 41 Basketball Team 33 GAA 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basket- ball -ig Intramural Volleyball 45 Library Assistant 4g Library Club President 4g Spanish Club 3, 4. Miles, Charles Miranda, Lillie GARY DOUGLAS MILES "Lazy" . . . "Be silent and safe- silence never betrays you." FHS 2, 3, -ig Basketball Team 3 Intramural Basketball 3. SARAH KATHERINE MONROE "Kathy" , , . "The gift of viva city" FHS 2, 3, 43 Future Nurses 3, 4 Vice-President 4g Intramural Bas ketball 4, Intramural Volleyball 4 Miles, Gary Monroe, Sarah A... 'x-N , 315, Q- 'Q I Seniors 'Q' TM 'ni' 4? if ,,..J Moore, Patsy Morgan, Gary PATRICIA ANNE MOORE "Patsy" . . . "Ohl Crunch!" . . . "For what is life? Merely a time to laugh and talk." FHS 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 43 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 43 Teenage Club 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. GARY EUGENE MORGAN "Gary" . . . University of Mary- land . . . "Worth makes the man." FHS 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basket- ball 2, 33 Library Assistant 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Teenage Club 2. ,gm 94- Moore, Paulette Morgan, john RUBY PAU LETTE MOORE "Rusty" . . . Worth's Business College . . . "Quiet, steadfast, and faithful." FHS 2, 3, 43 Future Nurses 2, 3, 43 GAA 3, Intramural Basket- ball 43 Intramural Volleyball 4, Library Assistant 43 Decorations Committee, junior-Seniorg Miss FHS Contestant 21 Tri-Hi-Y 5. JOHN CHARLES MORGAN "Chip" . . . Auburn U. . . . "He who thinks for himself and rarely imitates, is a free man." FHS 2, 3, 4g Miami 4g Band 2, 53 Band Letter Club 33 junior- Senior Refreshment Committee, Key Club 2, 5, 4, L41fd771ilL' Staff 43 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS An- nouncerg Spanish Club 3, 4. Morelock, George Moser, Bobby GEORGE LESLIE MORELOCK "George" . . . State . . . "All his dealings are square and above the board." FHS 3, 43 Tampa, Florida 2, Dele- gate to Student Council Nomi- nating Convention Zg Football Team, Varsity 3, 4: HR Officer 4: Intramural Volleyball 43 junior- Senior Decorations Committee 33 Monogram Club 4, ROBERT LEE MOSER JR. "Madras" . . . Duke . . . "The man that loves and laughs must sure do well." FHS 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Figure Committee, Sports Editor, Lnffizmzz Staff, Latin Club 2, Miss FHS Contest Usher3 Miss FHS Program Committeeg Teenage Club 2, 3, 4a Key Club 3, 4. 57 Moya, Lydia Moye, Sidney Muir, Dorothy Mulholland, john Murchison, Mae Murray, Melville LYDIA ESTER MOYA SIDNEY MACON MOYE DOROTHY MUIR "Lydia" . . . "You know" . . . "Sid" . . . "NO" . . . "The real "Dottie" . . . "It is better to -'Few things are impossible to character of man is found out by have loved and lost than never the diligemf- his amusementsf' to have loved at all." . . . "Hon- FHS 2, 3, 4, Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention, Intramural Basketball and Volleyl ball 41 National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Secre- tary 3. JOHN ROBERT MULHOLLAND, JR. "Bobby" . . . "I cl0n't know what to do" . . . "Earnestness and sincerity are synonymous" FHS 2, 3, 4, DE Club 3, Treas- urer 3. 58 FHS 3, 4, JH Rose High 2, Basketball 2, Glee Club 4, Intra- mural Basketball 33 Teenage Club Z, 3, Wrestling Team 2. MAE GORDON MURCHISON "Mae" . . . "I don't understand" . . . "To know her is to love her" FHS 2, 3, 4, HR Officer 2, Laffwzaf Editor-in-Chief 4, Mar- shal 3g Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Con- gress 4, Workshop 4, "Best All Around" 4, DAR Good Citizen 4, Secretary of Student Body 33 Bulldog Staff 2, Latin Club Sec- retary 2, Jr.-Sr. Committee Co- Chairman 33 jr.-Sr. Figure 3, 4. est fame awaits the truly good." FHS 2, 3, 4: Art Club 4, Library Assistant. MELVILLE MONROE MURRAY, JR. "Mel" . . . "Why worry?" . . . "Our thoughts and our conduct are our own" FHS 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. 541' JEAN CAROLYN MUSSELWHITE "Jeanie" . . . Worth's Business College , . . "Gentle to others, to herself severe." FHS Z, 3, 43 Future Homemalcers 23 Library Assistant 33 Miss FHS Contestant 4. ANN STUART NEWBERRY "Mag0o" . , . UNC . . . "Always a smile upon her faceg always wel- come at any place." FHS 2, 3, 4: Art Club, President 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Delegate to Student Council Nominating Con- vention 2, 33 FTA 2, 31 GAA 2, 5, 4g HR Officer 2, 3g Intra- mural Basketball 2, 33 Intramural Volleyball 43 Miss FHS Contest- ant 2, 3, 41 Miss FHS Decorations Committeeg junior-Senior Deco- rations Committee3 Teenage Club 2, 53 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JANE ALICE NATTRESS "jane" . . . Fairleigh-Dickinson University . . . "A girl of whom we are very fond-a very quiet, gentle blond." FHS 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 35 Latin Club 3. PAT LOUISE NOLLENBERGER "Pat" Peace Colle e . . . g . . . "Good taste is the flower to good sense." FHS 4g Munich American High 2, 33 GAA 2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3, 43 HR Officer 23 Miss FHS Contestant 43 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 43 GAA Letter Awardg Fencing Club 33 Pep Club 2, 3. ROBERT FULTON NEAL "Bob" . . . East Carolina . . . "His smile is a wondrous thing." FHS 43 Goldsboro 2, 33 HR Officer 2, 3, 43 Intramural Bas- ketball 3g junior-Senior Decora- tions Comrnitteeg Latin Club 23 Student Council Z, 32 Biology Club 2. 33 Science Club 33 Stunt Night Committee 2, 3. MARY FRANCES NORDEN "Frances" . . . "Kindness is wis- dom." FHS 43 Benhaven High School 2, 53 Boon Trail High School 33 DE Club 4g FHA 3. Musselwhite, jean NHUYESS, .lane Neal, Bob Newberry, Am-1 Nollenberger, Pat Norden. Frances fv'N Norris Brantley Olson Mike BRANTLEY ALTM AN NORRIS "Snap" . . . "Hey! Have you got any money?" . . . NC State . . . "Happy is he who is content." FI-IS 2, 3, -1. MICHAEL SANDERS OLSON "Mike" . . . UNC . . . "If wealth be measured in friendships, he is rich." Oslo, Norway 2, 35 FHS -lg Base- ball Team 2, 3g Basketball Team 2, 31 Football Team 2, 3g Business Manager, Bulldog Staff -l: Junior Class Vice-President, Norwayg Track Team 3. O'Hanlon, Eddie Osborne, Allen EDDIE WILLKINGS O'HANLON "Snuffy" . . . UNC . . . "Happy I am, from care I am free." Albermarle 31 FHS 4, 53 Class Officer Vice-President 21 Football Team 2, 3g Intramural Basketball 4g Spanish Club 4: Teenage Club 4g Sergeant, Miller School, Alber- marle. ALLEN LEVETTE OSBORNE "Allen" . . . UNC . . , "As merry as the day is long." FHS 2, 3, 4g Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 2g Football Team, Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, -lg HR Officer 23 Intramural Basketball 31 Intramu- ral Volleyball 3: junior-Senior Decorations Committeeg Key Club 3, -ig Monogram Club -ig Teenage Club 2, 3g Track Team 2, 3, -lg Superlative, "Best Personalityng junior Exchange Club 3. -I. Oliver, Patricia Oswell. Barry PATRICIA OLIVER "Pat" . . . "Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together." FHS 4. BARRY STEWART OSWELL "Oz" . . . UNC . , . "A free soul never grows old." FHS 3, 41 Texas and Tennessee 2g Baseball Team 2g Intramural Volleyball -1. ONWEN CHARLES OWEN , "Charles" . . . East Carolina , . . "One who never turned his back but walked straight forward." FHS 2, 3, -i. 51 DO Club 41 In- tramural Basketball 21 Latin Club 3: Library Assistant -11 Teen- age Club 2. 3, JOHN ROY PARKER "johnny" . . . Methodist College . . . "The wildest colts make the best horses." FHS 2, 5, -ig Art Club 21 Library Assistant -ig Spanish Club 3, Ai, Teenage Club 2, 3. Owen, Charles Parker, Johnny CHARLIE HAMPTON PALMER "Charlie" . . . East Carolina . . . "Howdy" . . . "A happy counten- ance betokens a happy heart." FHS 2, 3, -il Art Club 2. EDWARD DOUGLAS PARKS "Chip" . , . UNC . . . "Full of mischief, frolic, and fun." FHS 2, 5, 41 Varsity Football Team 2, 3, -ig Hi-Y 41 HR Offi- cer 2, 31 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 41 junior-Senior Decorations Committeeg Monogram Club 41 Spanish Club 3, 41 Teenage Club 2, 3. Palmer, Charlie Parks, Chip HELEN THOMPSON PARKER "Tommie" . . . Duke . . . "A bright package of delight and originality." FHS 2, 3, 41 Bulldog Staff 21 Class Officer 21 Glee Club 2, 31 HR Officer 2, 3, 41 Intramural Volleyball 41 junior-Senior Deco- rations Comrnitteeg Latin Club 29 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 5, -fig Miss FHS Solicitors Committeeg Teen- age Club 2, 3. VUILLIAIVI CLARENCE PARNELI. "Billy" . . . Air Force Academy . . . "Silence gives consent." EHS 2, 5, 41 Art Club 2, 33 Baseball Team, Manager 39 DE Club, DE I, DE II 41 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, -ig Intramural Volleyball 2, 33 Track Team 2. 9 Parker, Tommie Parnell, Billy V-+",,.'f7 Us 4. is CECELIA JO ANN PARRISH "jo" . . . "Ah, heck!" . . . cleaning house . , . "Over The Rainbow" . . . Highsmith . . . "Her laughter cheers the world." FHS 2, 3, 41 DE Club 33 FNA 4g GAA 2, 33 Latin Club 3, Miss FHS Contest 2, 45 Teenage Club 2, 3. DARLENE RUBY PEARCY "Darlene" . . . "Very good!" . . . pet poodles . . . "Ebb Tide" . . . Meredith . . . "Blessed with that charm, that certainty to please." FHS 2, 3, 4, Ardmore HS 2, Art Club 2, 4, Sec. 4g Delegate to SC Nominating Convention 33 Glee Club 3g HR Officer Sec. 25 Intramural Volleyball 4, Miss FHS Contest 3, 4, Miss FHS Decorations 33 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Sophomore Art Award. Parrish, jo Ann Pearcy, Darlene MARTHA JEAN PARSONS "Parsons" . . . "Do-de-wah" . . . dancing . . . "Blue Velvet" . . . Methodist College . . . "A sunny heart, a smile to match." FHS 2, 3, Art Club 4g FTA 25 Glee Club 4g Intramural Volley- ball 4g jr.-Sr. Decorations Com- mittee 3g Latin Club 2, 3g Miss FHS Contest 2. 3, 4, Solicitor 3g Teenage Club 2, 3. SUSANNE ALICE PENTECOST "jinxie" . . . "Oh, really?" . . . talking . . , "Mr. Custer" , . . Anderson School of Commerce . . . "The greatest happiness of the greatest number." FHS 3, 4g New Hanover 2g Dra- matics Club 2, FHA 4g GAA 23 Intramural Basketball 2g Intra- mural Volleyball Zg Perfect At- tendance Award 2. Parsons, jean Pentecost, Susanne BARBARA LOUISE PAWL "Barbara" . . . "Good heavens" . . . Art . . . "Autumn Leaves" . . . University of California at Los Angeles . . . "Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind." FHS 2, 3. 4g Delegate to SC Nominating Convention 2, HR Vice-President 3g jr.-Sr. Decora- tions Committee 33 Lafnmar Staff 4g Latin Club 3g Miss FHS Con- test 3g Miss FHS Poster Commit- tee Chairman 3g NHS 3, 43 Senior High School Scholastic Award 2. ETHEL HIGHSMITH PERRY "Ethel" . . . "Witty and peppy we all say, and popular in her charming way." 7 FHS 2, 3, 4g Bulldog Staff 2g Class Sec. 4g FTA 4, Treasurer 4g GAA Pres. 4: Glee Club 2g HR Sec. 2, Pres. 3, Intramural Volleyball 4g jr.-Sr, Chairman Orchestra Com. 33 Figure 3, 4g Laffmzac Features Editor 4g Latin Club 25 Miss FHS Contest 2, 31 Miss FHS Decorations 3, NHS 3, 4g SC 43 Teenage Club 2, 3, Representative 2, 3g Tri-Hi-Y 43 Sen. Superlative "Wittiest." Pawl, Barbara Perry, Ethel tif?- , eniors fs- 'i'-,ffl " x.- Person, Eddie Pulley, Sandra EDDIE POWELL PERSON "Eddie" . . . "One more time" . , . girls . . . "Mr. Custer" . . . UNC . . . "A light heart lives long" FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 4, Basket- ball Team Zg Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4. SANDRA VESTAL PULLEY "Pulley" . . . "Got a letter to- day!" . . . dancing in Lafayette Room . . . "Nice and Easy" . . . WC of UNC . . . "Pure sweet- ness is in her measure." FHS 2, 3, 45 Bulldog Staff 4, FHA 2, FTA 3, 4g GAA 3? Ir.- Sr. Dates Committee 3g Latin Club 2, Miss FHS Contestant 4g Miss FHS Solicitor 32 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Q Peterson, jimmy Rawls, Dora STEPHEN JAMES PETERSON "Jimmy" . . , Michaelburgers . . . "Walk, Don't Run" . . . "He cannot be betrayed by si- lence." FHS 2, 3, 43 DO Club 3, 4g Library Assistant 3, 4. DORA PEARL RAXVLS "Dora" , . . "Golly!" . . . Piz- za . . . "Misty" . . .UNC , . . "Sparkling conversation will never lack friends." FHS 2, 3, 4g FHA 2, FNA 2, 3, 4, VP 33 GAA 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural Volleyball 4g Latin Club 35 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4. -1 :hx ,H Phillips, Ellen Ray, Kenneth ELLEN BLUE PHILLIPS "Sam" . . . "I could have croakecl" . . . Kingston Trio . . . MTA . . . University of Massa- chusetts . . . "To write well is to think well, to feel well, and to render well." FHS 4, Leavenworth Sr. Hi, Hammon HS1 Bulldog Staff 4: French Club 33 GAA 2, Intra- mural Badminton Zg Intramural Volleyball 4, Jr.-Sr. Refreshments 3, Library Assistant 3, Newspaper Staff 23 Debate Club 3. KENNETH THOMAS RAY "Kenny" . . , "Ain't she tough" . . . being with Carolyn Faye Gunter . . . "Is There Any Chance" . . . UNC . . . "Why should life all labor be?" FHS 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball Zg Intramural Volleyball 2. 63 Reaves, Robert Rice, Sidney ROBERT BINGHAM REAVES "Roby" . . . "What am I doing here?" . . . boating . . . "Walk, Don't Run" . . . UNC . . . "The secret of success is constancy to purpose." FHS 2, 3, 43 Band 23 Delegate to SC Nominating Convention 23 HR President 23 Latin Club 33 Spanish Club 43 Teenage Club 2. JOHN SIDNEY RICE, IR. "Sid" . . . "We can't all be heroes, someone has to stand on the curb and clap as they go by" . . . Ann . . . "Good Timin"' . . . State . . . "Ability and determina- tion are the paths to success." FHS 2, 3, 43 Delegate to SC Nominating Convention 23 HR Officer V.P. 3, President 4g Span- ish Club- 3, 4, Representative 33 Teenage Club 33 Student Forum 4. 64 Resseguie, George Rivers, Jeanne GEORGE IRVING RESSEGUIE "George" . . . "This is ridiculous" . . . anything interesting . . . "The Twist" . . . ECC . . . "Ability wins us the esteem of man." FHS 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 33 Intramural Volleyball 43 Latin Club 2. SANDRA JEANNE RIVERS "Jeanne" . . . "I'll never tell!" . . . Steaks and french fries . . . "Mission Bell" . . . Alvanson- Draughton Business College . . . "She bubbles with life" FHS 23 Woodlawn Hi Schoolg FTA 23 HR Officer President 2,3 Library Assistant 2. www Reynolds, Kay Roberts, Clarene ANNE KATHRYN REYNOLDS "Kay" . . . "Oh, no! Not another quiz, Mr. Wease." . . . dancing . . . "Warm" . . .Duke . . . "Nothing endures like personal qualities." FHS 2, 3, 4g Intramural Volley- ball 4g jr.-Sr. Co-Chairman Dates Committee 33 Jr.-Sr. Figure 3, 43 Lfzfamac Staff Class Editor 43 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contest- ant 2, 3, 4g Miss FHS Chairman Entertainment and Music Commit- tee 33 NHS 3, 43 Scottish Dancers 2, 33 SC 2, 3, 4g Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4g Senior Superla- tive "Most Intelligent"3 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. CLARENE ROBERTS "Cla.rene" . . . Spanish food . . . "Tangarine" . . . University of New Mexico . . . "Well-timed silence is more eloquent than speech." FHS 2, 3, 43 jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee3 Latin Club 43 Miss FHS Contestant 3. r l r r l HELEN CAROLINE ROBERTSON "Carol" . . . "Kindness is the virtue of the heart." FHS 43 Baumholder High 23 Leavenworth High 33 Art Club 43 Dramatics Club 33 GAA 33 Miss FHS Contest 43 Goodfellows Club 33 Public Speaking Club 33 Pep Club 3. GILI. HARRY RUDERMAN "Rudy" , . . "A cheerful counten- ance turneth away gloomsf' FHS 3, 43 Aberdeen High 23 Baseball Team 3, 43 Football Team 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 3, 43 junior-Senior Decorations 33 Key Club 4. SUZANNE ROUSE "Rousie" . . . "Good nature is one of the richest fruits of charac- ter. FHS 2, 3, 43 Art Club 43 Future Nurses 23 GAA 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Homeroom Vice-President Z3 Intramural Volleyball 43 junior- Senior Date Cards Comm. F53 junior-Senior Figure 3: Lfzffwmc Staff 4g Latin Club 23 Miss FHS 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Decorations, Solicitor 51 Spanish Club 3, 4g Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. DAVID EDWARD SANDLIN "Dave" . . . "High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out great minds." FHS 2, 3, 4g Golf Team 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 43 Key Club 5, 43 Latin Club 23 Marshal 33 Spanish Club 33 Teenage Club 2, 3, 4. PAUL EDMUND ROY "Paul" . . . "When the going gets tough, the tough get going," FHS 3, Ali Heidelberg High 23 Baseball Team 23 Football Team 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Homeroom Presi- dent 23 Intramural Basketball 3, 43 Monogram Club 2, 43 Student Council Representative 23 Track Team 2, BUCK DRAUGHON SCOTT, JR. "Buck" , . . "As full of spirit as Spring." FHS 2, 3, 4, 5Q Homeroom Vice- President Sg Football Team 23 In- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Library Assistant 43 Teenage Club 2, 5, 43 Track Team 2. Robertson, Helen Rouse, Suzanne Roy, Paul Rudefmany Gill Safldlln, David Scott, BllCli CT' 45 1,23 fr:-9 rf:-'-Q , l 'S' FSC: Scott, Ann Sessoms, Margaret C ELIZABETH ANN SCOTT "Ann" . . . "Darn right" . . . Charcoal steak and french fries , . . "The Mission Bell" , . . Flora McDonald . . . "Kindness so splendid." FHS 2, 3, 43 FHA -ig Library Assistant 3, -ig Library Club 4. MARGARET ELIZABETH SESSOMS "Margaret" , . . "Pardon me" . . . Steak and french fries . . . "To Love Again" . . . ECC . . . "a jolly unselfish personality is the greatest gift of all." FHS 2, 3. -11 FNA 3, -ig FTA 2, -ig Glee Club 2, 3, -ig HR Offi- cer 23 Jr.-Sr. Decorations Commit- tee, Latin Club 3: Miss FHS Con- testant 2, 5, -ig Miss FHS Solicitor 3g Teenage Club 2, 31 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. WN i Scott, Sonny Shackelford, Frances JOSEPH CLIFFORD SCOTT "Sonny" . . . "I hope I do" . . . a girl . . . Methodist College . . . "The pursuit of sweetness and light." FHS 2, 3, 4, 55 Bulldog Staff 43 Football Team 2, 3g Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 41 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, -ig Library Assist- ant -ig Track Team 2, 3. VIRGINIA FRANCES SHACKELFORD "Frances" . . . "Oh, Crum" . . . Band trips . . . "Theme from The Aj7ul'I7IZf27Il" . . . ECC . . . "Never a stranger in her scope." FHS 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3, 43 Band Officers Club 4g Band Clinics 4g Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 4. Scott, Milton Shearon, Constance IVIILTON EDWARD SCOTT "Monk" . , . "I give up" . . . PJ . . . "Stay" , . . ECC . . "Never a worry, never a care, he makes you laugh with his jolly air." FHS 2, 3, 4g Manager Football Team 2g HR Officer 4g Intramural Basketball 2, 3, -ig Spanish Club 33 Teenage Club 2, 33 Senior Superlative "Most Original." CONSTANCE EVA SHEARON "Connie" . . . "A willing helper does not wait to be asked." FHS 2, 3, -ig Delegate to SC Nominating Convention 2: FHA -lg FNS 4g FTA 25 HR Officer 23 Intramural Volleyball rig jr.-Sr. Dance Cards Committeeg L.1fam.1c Staff -ig Latin Club 33 Library Assistant 3: Miss FHS Contestant 2, 33 Miss FHS Solicitor 3g Teen- age Club 2. CHARLES EDWARD SHELTON "Buddy" . . . "In courtesy give praise." FHS 2, 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 3, 45 Band Clinics 33 Delegate to Student Council Nom- inating Convention 2g Usher for Miss FHS Contest 35 Teenage Club 2, 3. MOLLIE DIANE SHIELDS "Dee Dee" . . . "What is be- coming in behavior is honorable, and what is honorable is becom- ing." FHS 2, 3. 43 FTA 3, 43 Home- room Officer 3, 43 junior-Senior Decorations Committee 33 Ldfllllidf Staff 4, Art Staffg Latin Club 2, Parliamentariang Miss FHS Con- test 2, 3g Miss FHS Contest Solici- tor 3g National Honor Society 3, 4. Shelton, Charles Shields, Diane PATRICIA ANN SHELTON "Patti" . , . " 'Tis good nature that wins the heart." FHS 45 Roosevelt High School, Honolulu, Hawaii 2, 3g Home- room Officer 23 Representative 3: Miss FHS Contest 4. NANCY CAROL SHIELDS "Nancy" , . . "True friendship is rare." FHS 4, Omaha, Nebraska, North High School 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 31 Pep Club 2, 3. Shelton, Patricia Shields, Nancy VIRGINIA RUTH SI-IERRY "Ginnie" . . . "A woman's strength is most potent when robed in gentlenessf' FHS 2, 3, 45 FHA 23 FNA 2g Library Assistant 4g Teenage Club 2, 3. LINDA FAYE SIKES "Linda" . . . "It is a tranquil person who accomplishes much." FHS 2, 5, 45 DE Club 4. Sherry, Virginia I Sikes, Linda ox GEORGE SILVAS "George" . . . "Such is life" . . . golf . . . "Volare" . . . US Air Force Academy . . , "True merit. like a river. the deeper it is, the less noise it makes." FHS 3. -11 Balboa Sr. High School 21 Football Team Z: Golf Team 2. 3. -11 Intramural Basketball Z. 3. LEXVIS FRANKLIN SMALS. JR. "Louie" . . . "tough luck" . . football . . . "Chain Gang" . . . "An unquenchable spirit." FHS 3. -iz Montevideo Hi School 2g DO Club -ig Football Team 2: Intramural Basketball 3. SONJA MARIE SIMMONS "Sunja" . . . "Really now, I'm serious!" . . . Southern fried chicken . . , "Theme from The Ap.1rmze11I" . . . ECC . . , "They are never alone who are accom- panied with good thoughts." FHS 2, 3. Ig FI-IA -lg Glee Club 3. -il Intramural Volleyball -ig Latin Club 2: Library Assistant 2, -lg Miss FHS Contestant 3, 41 Miss FHS Solicitor 33 Spanish Club -I. DELITHIA DIANE SMITH "Dee-Dee" . . . "I can't help it!" . . . Ronny . . . "Theme from xl Slzwmtr Place" . . . NC Baptist Hospital . . . "The sun- shine of the mind." FHS 2, 5. -lg Band 2. 3, 43 Band Letter Club 3. 45 FNA -ig Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 31 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, -ig Miss FHS Solicitor 31 Teenage Club 31 Ma- jorette 3, -ig Flagbearer 2. FRANCIS -IOSEPH SISTI "Fran" . . . "C'est La Bieln . . . hunting . . . "Theme from The Ap.1rImef1f" . . . University of Syracuse . . . "Some touch of Natures genial glow." FHS 3. 41 Cardinal Dougherty Hi School 23 Band 3, -ig Delegate to SC Nominating Convention 3. DOROTHY SMITH "Dottie" . . . "Kind in thought, word, and deed." FHS 2, 3. 4g DE Club 3, -ig FNA 2g Miss FHS Dec. Corn. 3. Silvds. George Simmons. Sonia Sisti, Francis Smals. Lewis Smith, Diane Smith. Dorothy ..-'hw -ISR- up-.1 "Nun 4,.. '--'S QT' i gi. m E g. N: . K 'AV . .1""S" N 5 ti Q Y ,.,0"""Y is .. y my 5' X W!"r""" f 4.49. -"W gkv -wk. J, ?"'A OE' Smith, julia Sober, Harry JULIA SCOTT SMITH "Scottie" . . . "Friendship always benefits." FHS -ig Porter High 21 Everett High 3g Softball lp Basketballg FHA 2. 3g Library Assistant 2, 3g Miss FHS Contest -l. HARRY MORRIS SOBER "Harry" . . .swimming . . . East Carolina . . . "He is jes' the quiet kind." FHS 2, 5, -ig Art Club 2g Intra- mural Basketball 51 Intramural Volleyball 4. 1-arf' Smith, Leah Solomon, Ronald LEAH LORETTA SMITH "XWisdom and goodness are twin- born!" FHS 2, 3, -lg Glee Club Accom- panist -ig HR Officer 2, 3g Intra- mural Basketball 41 Intramural Volleyball -ig junior-Senior Deco- rations Committeeg Latin Cluh 2: Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, ig Na- tional Honor Society 3. -ig Teenage Club 2, 3: Superlative "Most Dependable" -i. HERBERT RONALD SOLOMON "Ronnie" . . . "Let them call it mischief! Wfhen it is past and prospered 'twill he virtue." FHS 2, 3, 43 HR Treasurer 21 Intr. Basketball 2, 3g -Ir.-Sr, Dec. Com. 5g Latin Club 2g Teenage Club 2. Y i ' Smith, Miihael Stanton. Charles MICHAEL THOMAS SMITH "Mike" . . . "Laugh the cheers of the world" FHS Z, 5, -ig Baseball Team 2. 3, -ig Basketball Team 21 Football Team 2, 3. 43 Lptramural Basket- ball 4, -lp Latin Club 31 Mono- gram Club -I. CHARLES ALLEN STANTON "Chuck" . . . "Say, what's her name' . . . "A Million to One" . . . Tampa University . . . "A pleasant boy with a pleasant na- ture" FHS 2. 3, -I. 69 St. Clair, Duncan Suggs, Kenneth DUNCAN CROMWELL ST. CLAIR HI "Dune" . . . "Words of truth and soberness!" FHS 3, 4: Oyark Senior High School 2, French Club 2g Latin Club 2g Teenage Club 3, 4. KENNETH HAROLD SUGGS "Creep" . . . "I am the captain of my soul." FHS 2. 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, Band Letter Club 3, 4, Band Clinics 3. 70 Stewart, Elaine Sutton, Ben PATRICIA ELAINE STEWART "Laine . . . Quick and lively, happy and gay." FHS 2, 3. 4, FHA 2, 3, 4g Home- room Officerg Lafrzmrzr Staff 45 Latin Club 4, Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 5, 4, BENJAMIN CARROLL SUTTON "Sudan" . . . "Earnestness com- mands the respect of mankind." FHS 2, 3, 45 Basketball Team 2, 3. 4, Sophomore Class Presi- dent Zg Football Team 2, 4g Hi-Y 2, 3g Homeroom Officer 43 junior-Senior Waiters and Wait- ress Committee 3, Waiter 2g Chairman of Miss FHS Contest 3, Monogram Club 43 Student Council Representative 2, 3g SC Congress 2, Teenage Club 2, 3, jr. Representative 33 Track Team 2, "Best Looking" 4, Miss FHS Announcer and Escort 33 Key Club Board of Directors, Student Council Representative to Student Forum 2. 'F""'o'x. Stoddard, Thomas Sutton, Jeannette Gale SHELDON THOMAS STODDARD "Tom" . . . "The shortest and surest way to live with honor in this world is to be in reality what we would appear to be." FHS 2, 3, 4g Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 3, Latin Club 2. JEANETTE GALE SUTTON "Dolly" . . . "Understanding in heart and in mind." FHS 4, Kaiserslautern Am. High School, Germany 2, 33 Girls' Ath- letic Association 3, Letterg Jr. Class Play 3. Q MARTHA JANE SXVAIN "Swain" . . . Wake Forest . . . "An outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace." FHS 2. 5. -lg Bulldog Staff 25 junior Class Secretaryg FHA 21 Glee Club, Girls 2g HR Officer 43 Intramural Volleyball -ig Co- Chairman Junior-Senior Decora- tions Committeeg L.If.lI77t1f Staff, Activities Editorg Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contestant 21 Publicity Miss FHSQ NHS 3, -ig Vice-Presb dent NHS 43 Superlative, "Most Likely to Succeedug junior Ex- change 3, 4, President 43 Student Forum -1. JOHN GEORGE TARPLEY "Hans" . . . "A man of great mark." FHS 2, 3, -ig Key Club -ig Latin Club 41 National Honor Society 3, -ig Spanish Club Zg Superlative "Most Likely to Succeedng FHS Scholastic Award in memory of Louise Black 3. Swain, Martha Tarpley, Hans JAMES EDXWIN TANNER "jim" . . . Carolina . . . "This is a man's world," FHS 2, 3, 41 Intramural Basket- ball 2: Intramural Volleyball 2. BETTY REBECCA TAYLOR East Carolina . . . "Calm as a summer day." FHS 2, 3, ri: Dramatics Club 55 junior-Senior Committee: Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, -ig Tri-Hi-Y --I , Tanner, jim Taylor, Becky SANDRA TARLTON "Sandy" . . . Peace College . , . "Her infinite variety." FHS 2, 3, ei: Cheerleader 4g FHA 2, 3: FTA 23 -Iunior-Senior Deco- rations Committeeg Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, -ig Miss FHS Solicitorg Teenage Club 2, 3g Chi-Phi-Tri-Hi-Y 2, 31 Tri-Hi-Y Li. CHARITY KAY TAYLOR "For the more one knows, the more worthy she is." FHS 2, 3. -ig Basketball Team 2. 33 Delegate to Nominating Convention 3g FTA 2, 3. 45 GAA 2, 3, -ig Homeroom Officer 2, sig Intramural Basketball, Volleyball -ig Junior-Senior Committeeg Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contestantg Teenage Clubg Superlative "Most Athletic." Tarlton, Sandra Taylor, Kay in--wr '--W j' Jffx 5. I rv .. R c. .. ' X x .. x x J VN ,mg "- , ON at www- 'QT Taylor Julia Taylor Stephen Carter janet Thornton Thomas Tilley Linda Tourlakis Virginia JULI A WINSTON TAYLOR "Hey, girl" . . . "Beauty needs no adorningf' FHS 2, 3, 43 Bulldog 23 Future Teachers 23 Latin Club 2: Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss FHS Decorating Corn. 33 Teenage Club 2, 3, 4: Chi-Phi-Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 3. THOMAS ALBERT THORNTON "Tommy" . . . ECC . . . "The measure of life is not length, but honesty." FHS 2, 3. 43 Band 2, 3. 43 Band Letter Club 43 Rockingham Band Clinic 23 Intr. Basketball 23 Ir.-Sr. Dec. Com. 3. ROBERT STEPHEN TAYLOR "Stocky Steve" . . , "Victory be- longs to the most deserving." FHS 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 HR Pres. 2, V,-Pres. 33 jr.-Sr. Decorations Com. 33 Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 International Convention 23 District Convention 3: "Most Dependable" 43 Miss FHS Light. Com. Chair. LINDA KAY TILLEY "jimmy" . . . "A cute personality as well as a cute person." FHS 2, 3, 43 'IV Cheerleaderg DO Club 4: Historian 43 FHA 2, 33 FTA 23 Miss FHS Contest- ant 2, 3, -13 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, JANET TEAGUE CARTER "Coot" . . . WC . . . "The world looks delightful to our faithful wife." FHS 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Com. 33 Latin Club 33 Miss FHS Con- testant 23 Teenage Club 2, 3. VIRGINIA GENE TOURLAKIS "Gene" . . . "What's happening?" . . . "Quietness is the beauty of her soul." FHS 43 Lakewood High 2, 33 FTA -ig GAA 23 Glee Club 23 Miss FHS Contestant 4. BETTY GAYLE TURNER "Oh, I don't know" . . . ECC . . . "Her ways are ways of happiness," FHS 2, 3, Llg Dramatics Club 33 FNA 33 FTA Zg jr.-Sr. Dec. Com. 3g Latin Club 35 Miss FHS Con- testant 2, 33 Teenage Club 2, 3. JAMES DOUGLAS UTLEY "Doug" . . . "How about that?" . . . hamburgers and french fries . . , "Chain Gang" . . . ECC . . . "Fortune helps the bold." FHS 2, 3, -l. Turner, Gayle Utley, Douglas RALPH STANLEY TURNER, III "Nasty break" . . . swimming . . . "Chain Gang" . . . "The word is worthless without the deed." FHS 2, 3, 43 St. Bernards Prep. School 2g HR Pres. 43 Student Forum 4. VICTORIA SYLVIA VAZQUEZ "Vicky" . , . "Her quiet dark beauty is velvet soft." FHS 3, fig Southern Pines 2g Poitiers American High 2g French Club 3g FHA +lg GAA 2g Spanish Club 3g Pep Club 21 Photography Club 2. Turner, Ralph Vazquez, Victoria WINIFRED EMOGENE TURNER "Winnie" . . . "Times not worthy unless it's filled." FHS Llg Dunn High 2g Erwin High 3g HiLite Staff 31 FHA 2, 3g FTA 2, 3g Glee Club 2g Latin Club 2: Teenage Club 2g "Pret- tiest" 25 Bible Award 2. ADOLPH E. VOIGT "There's a time and place for everything." . , . hunting . . . "Bugler's Holiday" . . . LSU . . . "The right man to fill the right place." FHS 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 3, 4. Turner, Winifred Voigt, Adolph '73 ll- 11" Y? .--ax EDNA EARL XX'ADE "Eddie" . . , "Modest. sweet. calm. and sincere." FHS 2, 3. 43 Intramural Volley- ball 4: jr,-Sr. Decorations Com- mittee: Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4g Miss FHS Solicitor 3: Teenage Club 2, 3. CAROLYN ELIZABETH XVEMYSS "XWemyssie" . . . "Hers is a tender smile." FHS 2, 3, 41 Bulldog Staff -ig Dra- matics Club 2, 31 Jr.-Sr. Decora- tions Committee 3g Miss FHS Contest 2, 31 Teenage Club 2, 33 TOMMY LEE XVATTS "Tom" . . . "Our deeds determine us. FHS 2, 3, 4g Track Team -1. SIDNEY REEVE XVI-IEELER "Sidney" . . . "Happiness is 21 good that nature sells us." FHS 2. 3. -ig Intramural Basket- ball Z, 3, -ig Intramural Volleyball 2. 3,-1, DOLORES M. NWEDEMEYER "Doe-Doe" . . . "A very good student and debater. too. There's just no limit to what she can do." FHS 2. 5,4:B1zlldo,g Staff 2, 3, -I1 Delegate to SC Nominating Con- vention 21 Dramatics Club 33 FHA 2. 3. -I1 FTA 23 GAA 2. 3. -ig HR Officer 25 Intramural Basket- ball 41 Intramural Volleyball -ig -Ir.-Sr, Dates Committee 31 Latin Club -4, Vice-President 4: Miss FHS Contest 2, 3, 4: Teenage Club 2, 31 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Editor-in- Chief of the Bulldog 4. PEGGIE HELEN XWHITTLE Tfi.Hf.Y 3, 44 "Peg" . . . "She is rich in her friends." FHS 3, -ig Narimasu High School 2: Art Club Z, 3, 4g HR Officer '7 Vilade. Edna W'atts. Tommy Viledemeyer. Dolores X'X'emysss, Carolyn XY'heeler, Sidney Vilhittle, Peggie s wa A "Q" lo' 12:7 ig 2 fiitit M .ww f' me Williams, Barbara Williams, David Williams, Herbert Williams, Kay Williams, Laura Williams, Sally Anne BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS "Barb' '...' 'Like the sunshine her smile does beam." FHS 2, 3, 43 DO Club 43 Latin Club 33 Library Assistant 2. KAY ADRIENNE WILLIAMS "Humor is the harmony of the heart." FHS 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 33 Glee Club 43 junior-Senior Com- mitteeg Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Contestant 23 Teenage Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3. DAVID QUINCY WILLIAMS "A smile to greet the world." FHS 2, 3, 43 DE Club 4g Spanish Club 3, 4. LAURA JEAN WILLIAMS "A sweet and tender smile." FHS 2, 3, 43 FHA 23 Homeroom Officer 2, 43 Intramural Volley- ball 43 Latin Club 33 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 33 Teenage Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 33 junior Exchange Club. HERBERT BATEMAN WILLIAMS "His words and conduct are those of a perfect gentleman." FHS 2, 3, 41 Golf Team 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 43 junior- Senior Committeeg Key Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Miss FHS Com- mitteeg Teenage Club 2, 3. SALLY ANNE WILLIAMS "Lovely, fresh and gay is she." FHS 2, 3, 4: Delegate to Nomi- nating Conventiong French Club 33 Homeroom Officer 3 4 unior .. 9 J - Senior Committeeg Library Assist- ant 43 Miss FHS Contestant 2, 3, I 3 4 41 Tri-Hi-Y 2, , . 75 -. I l Q :I L E 51 F 3. Williamson. Yvonne Winters. Carol BARBARA YVONNE WILLIAMSON "Bon" . . . "Life is a long lesson in humility." FHS 3, 43 Smithfield 23 DO Club 4g HR Officer 33 Creative Writ- ing and Fine Arts Club 2. CAROL ANN WINTERS "Carol" . . . "A kind thought for everyone." FHS 2, 3, 43 Intramural Volley- ball 4g Library Assistant 43 Miss FHS Contest 4. 76 Williford, Faye Wotherspoon, Jeane FAYE FRANCES WILLI FORD "Faye" . . . "Her smile is like a perfect gem." FHS 2, 3, 45 Art Club 4g FHA 4g Intramural Volleyball 43 Miss FHS Contest 4. JEANE GAYLE WOTHERSPOON "Jeannie" . . . "Honour is the reward of virtue." FHS 2, 3, 43 Heidleburg 43 Dele- gate to SC Nominating Convena tion 2, 33 FHA 23 FNA 23 FTA 23 GAA 43 HR Officer 33 Intra- mural Volleyball 43 jr.-Sr. Dec- oration Committee3 Miss FHS Contest 2, 33 Miss FHS Decora- tion Committee: Teenage Club 2, 3, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 43 Student Forum 3. Williford, Terry Wright, Price TERESA ANNE WILLIFORD "Terry" . . . "Gentlene-ss is' bliss." FHS 2, 3, 43 DE Club 5, 41 FHA 23 FTA 23 Intramural Vol- leyball 43 Miss FHS Contest 4. WILLIAM PRICE WRIGHT II "Price" . . . "His mind is his kingclomg his will is his law." FHS 3, 43 Bearden High School 2, 33 Football Team 23 Teenage Club 33 Booster Club 5. ANNETTE YARBROUGH "Anne" . . . "She is like the gentle spring." FHS 45 Nurnberg High School 2, 3g Miss FHS Contest 43 60 Wiird A Minute Shorthand Award 53 Chorus 2. JUDITH ZIEMAN "Zetterma.n" . . . "Virtue is the best gift of heaven." FHS 2, 3, 4g DE Club 4, Promotion Editor llg Girls' Athletic Association 23 Miss FHS Contest 43 Teenage Club 2. ,Mzssed the Phvfagruphvrf Those pictured here are Kfmul mul johnny Britt Domi Iexxin H1 ii? 1 nl Skipper Tucltti Bobby Moore, Bob Anderson and Daniel Bell Orr Supvrlafilfas' Here are the Senior superlatives who were elected in the fall. Those students. showing admirable qualities or posses- sing outstanding characteristics were chosen by the class by secret ballot. Only Seniors were allowed to vote, so these students elected were known by all the Seniors to be deserv- ing of their particular title. Any Senior was eligible for any superlative, therefore the individual honors went to the boy and girl having the most votes from his classmates. Being recognized by their fellow students for such an out- standing honor thrilled the thirty-four Seniors who became the Fayetteville High superlatives for 1961. '."N,.,. .. i ,4,. , 9' ag? N E .n- K lv-Q. nil- . ' 7V""i-'vw .9 qv .N Q ,A - .1 ' ' l ' :g?'?,.f45Q.' 'pf '..,x 5 I s , ,H G. . .n Www.. 1 . A OST, S , 2 , O I I . 0 A X -5 5 x 1 5. V 'X m is 9 X ,,, ,gig '-'YQ S' f ,f 'A.! AQ If fi -SE, Z Mos! Outstanding Kifizvus Kylg FJ i Lloyd D Nancy Cooke Q., ,W ,,, Mos! Gzlenffd Mike jones "'!!".."lffiP- N 8 I .:...,h,,,, 3 S+ A.,-X -1 .. 5 .,.W.5,4 ,-W., V . X M s' X Aw X: xf, 155' ' X we -Q ,ILQQQV W N f.x'3'.L,4-'-'fx . Q v , V, .- Q 1 N- 3. ww- ww 15,5-egxv -. N S Mix A 1 51... v , .w ln' 5- A . 1 X' x X .N X . .-. - 'k. 14+ xN . + X + X . Q , .. . Q rftiil. , . -, 'Q N -Y xi I i . , x . , , -1 V X v lx xnxx 6 w 5 ,. Xxx.-,,,..w' + A- 5 .sn - Q , was 4 '- Q , A L. J' joe McCall Mast Popular R Mes! likely fe Sueeeed N Haus Tarpley Martha Swain Q17 Allen Osborne . it-' N R1ta Kem P 1665! Personality 1 , 1 , as Nantes! Danny Coblenz Linda Kelly Mas! Intellectual Ha y E11 xw " E W ' lx y R y olds , 1 vs 3""""-XX Mast Schrfrfl Spirit Ray 1011115011 Kaye Edwards Zfierzdliasf Stanton Allen -.4Q Marty McDaniel k I in-L. Ethel Perry Wiffivsf asm, Whit Collins Q-lx ", , 7" . fr Y , ' 1, ., .r rV " "' 'ANY 9 'iff-. 4 ' 'J "5" 1 NH. II- .'.. ,, LA1.Q.l--. Sf .lf . 5, Lf 1. ul 4" F ..p ,F f' S ,fu "-. Q. 1- I M , ?W ', Q. 1 W, ,, . Y ,fx ,Q , . ' WSF? I . f ? """'7 U iw Leah Smith M0 f 276,41 mizzlvle Robe t B'tt1 '- Kay T ylo ,Mast ,4 fhlefir r . K 1."'f?"lf N ' it . iff'-1,3 .4 Q i ,. I Pk 5 1-i.raI qw. aww -wfll. l ESL-i N FE 'N IH? IB-!g1,,f W f. QC la, 46 F ,,,..f-ffgigi. f... nr of Monk Scott Q Allv i .,.h 2fQ,?Q,i H o oo Patsy Joyner Mos! Original l5'esf Banking Carolyn Averitt www kv ya? 'Nut'-y A-wi Ben Sutton .,: "v' M f-If N. U gur- IIS E' Cv Y Frank Stout Eufesf .1 .za Q er Charlotte L 3 I 95 U15 jun N .,. rife K Si X SI sb , l l it aj fl? Qs . X , XQQQX ,+L-.-aj...-1 ,.: . . ,. w.,,.+ ,.g.1.-.:.-5.-, ., , -, .x,,. , .,., , 1, is :L - Ht. , ,,,... NM.. .A Y '-'-si'-Sfcv ' V. :REV . ,Qi ,... eww .,.s. N 'bfi we SWE' 4555-Q . Mrs. Blanche Hodul, Jr.-Sr. Prom Advisor, con- sults with Grady Strickland, -lr., Class President, about plans for the jr.-Sr. IIIIWZW if 47 f' ff! f f' ff , f , r' l' V 1 'V i' 'l C if ,f ' X, H ff 1 1719 , C 'jjj If 4 4 ,AV The jr. Class worked hard on the decorations of the Miss F,l-1.5. Contest, a project to raise money for the jr,-Sr. Prom. 96 l 1 l 1 1 l Joanne Gray discusses the thrill of being in the Miss F.H.S. Con- test with Miss Cherry, sponsor of the event. or Liar fill' X 3 ... i-T3 - Lt., L' t ' l 'Q ll ri . I 1512 ' A 43' ,x "4 Leading the jr. Class this year were Grady Strickland, Presidentg Larry Harris, Vice-President, Tip McColl, Secretaryg Judy Dupree, Treasurer. i Billy Allen, Dave Corrigan, and Karen Herpolsheimer anxiously await their turn to be fitted for their class rings. I q W Mar Gra Teague Ccenterl, Chief Marshal, helps Don McCoy and Y Y L Molly Tip McColl with their ribbons. The active Juniors worked diligently on the Junior- Senior and gave the Seniors a delightful prom, the highlight of the year. The second most important event of the year showed both the beauty and ability of the juniorsg it was the Miss F.H.S. Contest in which Joanne Gray represented the jr. Class in the court. Honors and excitement also filled the year. Marshals were elected in the fall, and class rings were received in the spring. 97 kg: "Madame" Doug Cul- breth plays leap-frog in Key Club initiation. .i-'sf E i V ' .N -" ' S A av 1'- is 'N-Q, pike x Patsy Barnes Charles Biggs Pixie Brabson Jeanette Adams Butch Arnundson Pat Barfield Bryant Baucom Lorraine Black Lyle Briggs w.-.xx ,pi-' +090 , may V t t David Alford Kathy Atkins Glenda Barlow Cheryl Bedford Martha Blackwood Charles Bris-Bois -1 e ,::eS?fi C . Q me ff f N Xxx. . S 'Y Mx-. - . .N s- ., A . ., . .sy -e K X va X 1, .Wx , . f N gf ' Xfjv gmt Q.-ww iz-...N ks- Billy Allen Andy Augustine june Barnes Richard Bens Darleen Blay Alice Britt 5, -er-H' xws. eil.-A,-:Na K I Wanda Allen Tommy Baines Larry Barnes Louella Benton Nancy Blum Mae Britt F51 T -X ' . s., x A Qt a FfQ'i3'5'- Q -Q F on ., .Q Elf :HA - . -My -R Q ig it- Q 3 ,gzfz ., WN-W'-'1' Q E X K -::""7f '- 'iw Q--v ,w ,.-f Q wk. YT 1 3 .., 9- Q., ox Eddie Broadwell Carol Bryant Bernell Buie Louise Burney john Calhoun Bob Catalana 1.x it A L L- 'EI' ,axf-6 Charles Brumberg Wanda Brunson Daisy Bryan Carolyn Bucknall Pete Buelow Virginia Buess Dianne Bull Susan Bullock Louise Burnell Cynthia Byrd Doug Byrd johnny Byrd Betty Cain Louise Canady Royce Carroll Charles Carter Judy Carty Bobbi Cato Scarlet Cheney Suzzanne Chiotakis Kathleen Ciottoni 3 ,X 'v 1' lf' L-X ,- R I--,. -K A . 6? fs lb- 1-5. ". ,E X V ,fs is '9'X i -lim Clackum Connie Copeland Sandra Crouch Gene Davis Shirley De-Year Judy Dupree Ann Clayton Nancy Cox Karl Crowe Greg Davis Ray Dillard Frances Dye Qi Ted Cleary Bobby Craver Doug Culbreth Jack Davis Linda Downing Glynda Easom 'QQ' janet Cocke Sam Cromartie Fran Davis Bill De-Bruin Blake Dozier Judy DeVane Leroy Drennan Ferroll Edmundson Betsy Edmundson LL figfo 5548: 'P-1 las. s... 'QM'--ex' A-I 'fbi' jim Fish Bonnye Giles Buddy Goodwin Robert Grey Alf is 55 L- 1:- I f ii W1-'V f-A Q!-5.1-' 5 'T Suzanne Faircloth Billy Files Ray George Mary Goodman Ronald Greeney Tracy Hall C' David Edwards jackie Evans Albert Fadel Glenda Faulkner Terry Fawcett Howard Ferguson Marlene Floyd Don Foster Fred Fulkerson Bill Gilmore Win Goepper Annette Goforth Dan Gore Joanne Gray Louise Greene Billy Gresham Ben Hailey Ella Rose Hall .0 '1 is V4.1 '. .e47"'w 'x ' 2 E71 I" I Sv-Z 5 A fc? x,f, 1e'1ii,, Q ' 1- '-:Y X i.: iris. X wx :Ay ' , "SEQ: 1:2 A X K X s- s l 'X six + S X WX X X as 3 .v X .343 X . . i-'GR' K'-L X X. Nm wh - - a.: as i i gil Thomas Hill Judy Horne Jerry Huckabee Nw-wr' A Pat Haney jimmy Harris Karen Herpolsheimer Eleanor I-Iinojosa Bob Horton Mary Humphreys we--.., xt fl' mf: Us 21 V151-J -XD! judy Hardesty Larry Harris Nancy Herring Carson Hipp Nancy Howard Diane Isreal ? 'CIT Gllfldl' Hafdwifk Nancy Harrington Hilda Hayes Sylvia Hester Heide Hoek Darlene Howell Tommy Iuliucci Bob Haynes Sidney High Rose Mary Hooks Walter Huber Pam Jackson wg---' :mv- we-9 TLT' if l nk Larry Jervis Pat Jones Bill Kampe jean Kirwan Linda Krause Leslie Lee fs 'P X 1 Carolyn johnson Peggy jones Charles Keen joan Kirwan Eddie Lawing Heidi Lee Carolyn E. Johnson Sandra julian Larry Kelly Linda Kiser Patti Ledbetter Sandra Leonard Nw-'fi X Buddy johnson Danny Kaiser Ken Kennedy Sharon Kisner julia Ledbetter Maxine Lewis , , ' Gladys jones Katherine Kalevas Tommy Key Bonnie Kline Leroy Lee Sarah Lewis 'Wua.." Nm-r Q0 WET .1 gr K. , w 5 Jimmy Little Kathie Lowman Mack McBryde Don McCoy Katherine McLeod David Marcelle Qs- Norvelle Long Richard Lutz jones McCall Neill McDiarmid Brenda McMillian Juanita Marrero fn--vs -1231 ' z --., t ,V -::: f x .if H .. N i,, Nfl, ,:.V U .lbqq Y Gerald Loper Ken McAdams Molly Tip McColl Carol Bruce MacFayden Kathryn McMillian Maria Marrero Lee McArthur Helen McCord Robert Lounsberry I Tommy Mclnnis Mickey McNulty Buddy Massengill Betty McLeod Billie McVUhorter Kay Matthews "'i k 1539- , Kas.. t 51 gm 5. t-'gfxal T 4 -,QA 'GNP ' .Q x, . ALAL4 5 SP .... Terry Merritt Donna Moore Billie Neal Mike Olive Horace Parker Sue Pendleton I Elizabeth Meyer Pat Moore Jane Neugent Paul H. Ostburg Elizabeth Parnell Mike Pentecost 15 C' Sheridan Michael Virginia Morton Linda Overman Richard Paschal john Penzenik ii' -wx ,, In hex ,,Y"1 ei. Q r ,pf ,r f 'Y U Q-N. is-Q , ...lx - . Yn- Dan Perry Bobby Pippin William Rasberry Mary Davis Riddle Bernard Robinson Richard Ross Faye Perry David Poplin Margaret Raynor Alice E. Riggs John Rock Julaine Rossrnan x Q R Q, C r y "ig Q faq X is q...wwH' Peter Petroutsa Boots Porter Robin Reavis Susan Riggs Carol Rogers Sue Roth . its A 5, wwf .X xi Q, X 35: ,Q if , , ima M.. Zi, ,Mr X :Kg , X2 Xfrii " i REI wf V C A Mary Phillips Carolyn Pruitt Sharon Rice Earl Riley Carolyn Rose Connie Rouse Q johnny Roberts Sharon Rosen Patricia Rouse ix "IH"-wr , 1. Ricky Rush Carolyn Smith Wallace Smith Maureen Scanlon Joan Sharp Becky Sides .W 2 -.Q-r AVI'- QA Alice Smith Mary Smith Jim Sailing Susan Scarborough Elizabeth Shaw Linda Simpson yr' Q 'SQ -:I 'E' Ann Smith Michael Smith Phil Saunders Patricia Schewe Malcolm Shaw Pat Simpson Andy Smith Stewart Smith Sally Savage Mary Schoenith Shelia Shook Linda Snyder Berry Scott Grady Sibbett Richard Snyder 6-fx 'FD' :rg-vm .tx s-,-.. Gr C' L K 1-... T? .L Gloria Stanfield Linda Stein Charles Stewart Linda Stewart Tommy Stewart Helga Stuercken Pat Storm Grady Strickland Clark Swiers Carolyn Taylor George Taylor Earl Teague Mail' GYHY Teague Sfaflley TCW DCIUUS Tha1'P Judy Thames Gayle Thomas Merlin Thurman Bill Tillison Sammy Tillotson Danny Tgwnsend Watson Tgwnsend Elmef TYEUUY PM TfYPafk Robert Tllubane Mike Tyndall Linda Vallandingham lr sr -.Jfm Mary Humphreys and Bonnye Giles, juniors, do research for their United States history course. Steve Wheeler Jeanne Williford Joan Wooten Rosa Vessia Ashley Watson Robert Wengert johnny Whitfield Calvin Willis Dwight Wright Bill Vurnakes Lector Watson Nancy West Kenneth Wilkinson Billie Wise james Young Nr if 911 6- we Ruth Waterfield Nancy Watkins Ted Webb Tommie Welch Ralph Weston Zane Wlzalen Susan Williams Shirley Williamson Duke Wockenfuss Susanna Woodworth Margaret Young Marie Zahran Q. 4.4, 'ef li 4:-, :. Qf , H 3... ! Saphvmor Relaxing in front of our school are Uiziizzgj Bud Taylor, President: Holly Willianws, Vice-Presiclentg fsmndirzgj Pete Caudill, Secretaiyg and Doug Polk, Treasurer. wr XJ Mrs. Cleo Warren, biology teacher, helps students with laboratory projects. I lO S x A most exciting experience is the Miss Fayetteville High School Contest. Snaps A sophomores first view of the halls of Fayetteville Senior High is often an inspiring one. i ' li 5 -nd'-L 'I Uncertain but gay, the sophomores entered Fayetteville Senior High. They achieved various things, from dissecting frogs in bi- ology to participating in the Miss F.H.S. Contest in which Dianna Orr and Holly Wil- liams placed in the court. Too, the sopho- mores were not lacking in athletic skills as exemplified by the junior Varsity football and basketball teams. Yes, sophomores cer- tainly had a profitable year. .affdafv I -L Sophomores look forward excitedly to the first day of school at Senior High s ,., Q g Q l- ii-5-' . -iv ! sb i Lu. 1 Robin Blackburn James Blanton Leighton Blue Stan Boardman Ginger Bobbitt Mike Boomer Gail Boswell Betsy Bowles Peter Bowman Jennifer Box Anne Boyette Charles Bradley Anna Brady Dianne Brafford Gloria Brannon Howard Brantly Curtis Braswell George Breece Tilden Bridges Patsy Brisson Brenda Britt Sheila Brooks Beverly Brown George Brown 1 '13 fp 'az' M, "':-ai effif.. 1122. :sayin . ' 9 c N. W Q ,L :iiszr-' "' , f- ,X f ,iam 'Ss SA A I Emory Albritton Paul Aldmon Olga Alers Richard Alligood Connie Altman james Anderson Judy Angel Bobby Arnold Anne Baggett Jimmy Baggette Lovia Ball Mary Baluss Charles Barlow Mary Baskins Linda Beard joe Bell Pete Bender Gretchen Bens Elizabeth Bernard William Bernard Lewis Bibb Richard Billings Marilyn Bittle janet Bivens ,S -., N- , ,, 4s -9' -vw I Y il Judy Bruton Ellen Marie Buckner Jimmy Bullock Leighton Bunce Jerry Byrd Dickie Byrne Charlotte Cade Quince Cain Charles E. Calhoun Charles W. Calhoun Judy Ca.lhoun Gayle Campbell John Campbell Judy Campbell Connie Cannon Linda Capps Wanda Capps Catherine Capps Kimiko Carter John Carnes William Cash Peter Caudill Elaine Caulk Charles Chadwick l"' W ., 1 A 1' 5 .5 , V ' - " Ha . L rf, l -His.. ,s R, .N 'za .. xx ,- + 3 gt 'fi Q, :, is 1 ' 3 X' X' L . , , , sa ' lj gamrvi lg- 'lf ,." ' ' FS -.. 4' - fl 532 K ,- I i "' ,W H.-5 - HN H2 A 0 S' l 'L' J L' -l '- 4 G- ' Q? 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"Ax l N xxx X X ' N Xl n X R X YE 1 6 . fy 1. juliette Earley Charles East Alan Edelman Ruth Edge Charles Edwards Larry Edwards Bud Elvey joy Elvey Marty Fann Jack Farr James Farrell Sue Ferguson Cindy Fewster Kathy Fields Pat File Barbara Finn Neill Fleishman Jeff Fletcher Bob Flora Becky Fort Ann Davey . Don Davis Guy Davis Judy Davis L Linda Davis Meg Davis Ora Frances Davis Judy Day l Don Deagle Zattie Deane cnc Carmen DelCorro Sharon DeYear Mattie Dickenson Charlotte Dixon Phil Dunn l bl LA iicy 5 J it si.- Roger Frazee Linda Gallant Patricia Galloway Peggy Gardner Vicky Gardner y john Garvey Margaret Gates Melody George Terry George Frances Gibson Herbert Gillette Anne Gilmore George Girdwood Susan Glaser Rickie Glover -s xi-'iii i Jimmie Ruth Graves Gary Gray Judy Greene Sam Greenway Carolyn Grenig Neill Griffin Lou Grimes Sue Grimmett Maurice Grubb Kathy Hair Charles Hall Donna Hall Mary Alice Hall Mary Ellen Hall Sharon Hall L9 tc .. :X 4: " , , 4 Q - , 'ltr 1 4 4 2 X g, :xl fx , -N 9 44? i A , n. 5. YN. Q- i-- 'nf 4 fp Q Q. 40. sf AL xLil 6' ee lg' its AIA , ' , If J A A .L 4 LAM" x rf-:P s.,. sv-s, .' -Yi 2 1, L. get ALA . 1,.,.,k xl an Z 'T ' 4 +V aw-' L I s. 'C' 'x .mf Linda Holder Darrell Hora Jimmy Horne Marion Ann Horne Kathy Horner John Hornick Raymond Hubbard, Paula Hudson Tom Humphries Gabi Hunter Jr. Ima Gene Hutchinson Betty Jackson Jackie Jackson John Jamnick Rick Jerman V 'vw 6' . Loretta Hammonds Mary Harbert Patricia Hardee Gail Harrell Charlotte Harrill Bobby Harris Jane Harris Shelley Harris Katherine Harrison Kathie Harvie Alice Hatch Patricia Hatcher Charles Haworth Carolyn Heath Mary Hellenthal Cornelia Hice Bonnie Hickman Judy High Jan Hipson Joe Hobbs 1 14 vb. l i -.: .sa-.K L H., .,, X udy ernigan J 1 J J Benny Johnson P : ks I : John Johnson J , , -A 'if Shelia ohnsorl V Lee Joiner Eugene Jones A . A Kathy Jones Lois Jones i J Q-WX fs r LE N Sarah Jones it - , A KI: , y ,V R , Bill Jones Jimmy Jordan ' 13 K ff' Karen Jordan o Edward Joyner I-larriot Kanzer - Gloria Keesee John Kernion Helen Kish 2 ....""'Q-4 , -vs K., ,Q 'B' sa wr Y X x sw' Pete Kramer Johnny Lampros , Martha Lancaster A . w- Q 'ffiiiifiii . 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'N ' E vs.- N.- sg 'Z - I the ik A if' 'Q ,..-,X .L , ,--1 J 'N 1 W Q J cg, AA 4 Nick Lean John Ledbetter Ann Lee Virginia Lee Lita Leverett Anita Littlejohn Charles Lockamy Marilyn Long Barbara Lorek Bill Lowrey Sandra McAnally Judy McCormick Joan McDade Susie McDonald Tommy McDowall Wfayne McDowell Diane Maclllwinen Lulie B. MacKethan Carolyn McLernore Richard McLeod Shirley McMath David McNally Eleanor McW7hinnie Donna Mann I IL- Y.: Svplzca 3 6' , ll I' J 1 fxu :K 1 5 L rw v- my 1- ... S Kp 5' ' , 1 T A n Wy ,V CP' , kr I is I A L Pete Manos George Manska Bob Martin Brunhilde Martinez Judy Massengill Kathryn Mathews Carolyn Maxwell Frankie Maynard Randy Meares Billy Meins Anne Melvin Penny Melvin Richard Meshaw Carolyn Meyers Jeanie Middlebrooks Gary Miller Jerry Miller John Mish Fred Mitchell Judy Monroe Janet Montrose Jimmy Moore Linda Moore Michael Moore M154 fr ' -Q 'if' , A 'lift 'if ' I-2, il".,X Hg ga, V K lg fe 5 1 me C, 'Q L - LA T B 1 5, - 'Xil- f- lla! gf Q ,fx Tl! 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SEL. we Angie Rush David Russ jack Sandrock Howard Satisky Ann Shradel Nancy Scott Robert Scott Mary Segeslqf Larry Sessoms Billy Shaw Norman Shaw Susie Shearer Dickie Sheridan jim Shields Virginia Shuler gi Sandra Sibbett Robert Sigholtz Mary Sites Vicky Skarzynski Gordan Sloat Qi X Alan Smith Newton Smith F, - .- 'x Ah, 'BQ if . - - Q : 1 - - - -J ' Gerry Smith lil "' ' - a " ' Q' " A T 1 s., ,', , 'H' 'A ' 1. Jimmy Smith moan 4:.4ig.f J Virginia Sparrow TT A Ronnie Spoone - A - Vernon spfuiu A R A .ns ta 'T 2' , Q ,T , ffl Janet Stancil .g 51, i I A lk. F in Germain' Standley ' ' A ... L I Lil Janet Stein Nancy Stewart . 5: 3 Sandy Stewart L-5 .: QT, Q Dru Swilling T ix C Gloria Tarleton Lab' E' Myra Tate if L N9 Q A A , Bud Taylor h v-'S '+ ' ' ig 'gf i Spiga Donna Taylor ' "' f-' 'bf Ed Taylor fi ' Frankie Taylor L f T Q L. B A T jimmy Taylor N X Carolyn Tew 'W ' y ST '55 ' A' V' james Tew X Q li ,QL X, fl -f . A Larry Tew " X Morris Thompson 1 1 K 1 ' i i Tommy Thorne T ' ' V- Pat Timmerman 5' ' 1 A ' Rita Tincher N QQ , '34 Alberta Todd ' , Roberta Todd 141 L y Linda Tonkel ' lt Gene Tornow , , 1 X M 4, Richard Turner 'af' jg 6-, Q. , V Q, ia Ronald Tuttle A -H Eff, N-34. r "' Vicki Vaughn ' l Bill Vasquez S Lilia Vasquez A I Joe Vecchio " '55 79 ' Charles Vick 9- L ' is , 3 Barbara Waldron Y' wr :T I Q A e h Brenda Walters Elaine Warren Alan Waters Charlene Watkins Timothy Watson 7 is 3 5 yzT.,x Y, ,K ' AL Charles Williams Holly Williams Howard Williams Mary Ann Williams Wayne Williams Gary Wilson jerry Wilson Robert Wilson Ron Winter Larry Wolfe Richard Zabovnik Mary Louise Zahran Patricia Zahran Teresa Zahran Danny Zirpoli jackie Watts Judy Watts Linda Sue Weeks Penny Welch Nora Wellons Danny Wemyss Mary Wengert Pat Wesley Brenda West Robert Westbrooks Charles Wheeler Betty White George White Virginia W7hite Larry Whitehead Aig I u flamrr Society X 'Q'- its-x X Sr Q' f7.1'i".' is xii my .gy NRM x 5' H177 Q ss..- ,...- x.-. Q-ga-Q rv o. 1' 'r"' ,. -px Q Q .X Mfta vv. . ' ' 5 1, Q K S ' 45 I v.--t 5: T3 T .M ,Q gay if- M X - ,X sw-'SN wer , 6' by as I J ,M b I Av b uk '- -' ' N -- L ' - M Lx N "' 'friitgaxa Q. t wi .." vi XX .XX xx in X 91. N' u t Q9 X X l - 1-'SSXESX xxx: I ' N . its-2 1' fe 'N K3 K' -i , A . 3 .Xt Carol Ayres Susan Bullock Harry Ellis Ella Rose Hall Clara Jones Tom Mclnnis Barbara Pawl Joan Sharp john Tarpley Judy Barbee Maureen Cain Mike Fellenz Sharon Harvie Kaye Lange Lydia Moya Ethel Perry Diane Shields Kay Taylor Betsy Barton Ray Dillard jim Fish Mary Humphrey Kenneth McAdams Linda Overman Kay Reynolds Leah Smith Mary Gray Teague Virginia Buess Lloyd Dunn jay Grenig Carol jackson Kay McCorkle Bob Page Sally Savage Martha Swain Susan Williams Advisors. Miss Davis and Mrs. Simmermun, lend valuable aid to the Honor Society with its many activities. ,Naliamzl J-loner Svczkty NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY S "f 5 fi S A . 7 gi Vs Lf Q27 Kaye Lange represented Fayetteville High School on a state-wide scale this year as secretary of the State National Honor Society. Officers for the Fayetteville Chapter of the National Honor Society are Mil-ze Fellenz, presidentg Martha Swain, vice- presidentg Judy Barbee, secretaryg and Danny Orr, treas- urer. Barbara Pawl, Ly- dia Moya, Carol jackson. and Susan Bullock put the fin- ishing touches to the decorations for the Valentine Dance sponsored by the Honor Society. During the school year, the Thomas M. Hunter Chapter of the National Honor So- ciety holds two inductions: in the fall and spring. Each eligible student must attain an average of 92W for iors and seniors. The stu- dents are then placed on a list to be voted upon by the active members and the fac- ulty, but the total membership cannot exceed 1575 of the senior class and 10? of the junior class. The Society's ob- jectives are to create enthusi- asm for scholarship, to stimu- late a desire to render serv- ice, to promote worthy lead- ership, and to encourage the development of character in pupils of Fayetteville High. President Mike Fellenz inspects one of the trees donated to the school by club. I23 S? Steve Taylor, Pretidezzt Ben Sutton, Vice-prefidevzl 25"-, V iffifff' l .,,... ., V -Q. . ' I RHY Dillafi y ..::: 525' "' W' l + 1 + :1 l, i 1-, Danny Coblenz ' 'xg I 4 vi V. K, In Qbil J T'7,gJ-I-10.61. ,..,,:ts,.fQ:5f3.53QI1jf.,,H. X N . X - 4 - 1 X fy E Billy Clark - ' ""' L10 fa D ... A, -' " E 3' N l umm ff " 'f1f.,M A N, ' Doug Culbreth Mike Fellenz '35 :gi ,A David Edwards Jimmy Greene Q '.., - 5:15,,,,, wx by 1 . ,..,, l 1,,.. . .. X ,, ig '--1' ' Os. '5 fa is it KL, f ' " H J-lmml' I-HUC il " A Ken McAdams '1" - ' Ar:-.?i:f ' . Wh ,, J -' Varied and numerous 34 5 Q D VI CO are the activities of the A ., -we as it on i c ,Y . .,,' ,. Q '-:.: gi Dan pm-y Y FHS Key Club throughout ' 'Eiffel . XX the school and ci . There V 6 it seems to be no end to the we vast amount of work that 2 , Mike Smith SWS is Grady Strickland theise boys Gio' Among Q Q.. t 2: ca their many projects are the S ' we. t t A2 V P ic tu re Bobby Moser Danny Orr Bob Page Larry Harris weekly radio program, "Hi Topics," presented each Saturday morningg their annual initiationg Career Dayg and the Key Klub V Q i rw, i i NO' ' Kapers. As one can well , , Available A V if x Allen Osborne see, these boys stand up to A QSWWL Glu Ruderman their motto: "We build." N' . Ns.. ":-1535254 " i N " WHYDC Byrd -P - , " il -P 4, Pete Caudill i' - fix 3 Pl 1-1 .mi ff' :Qtr wt. -1' 2-" X .igaw N if t ' YXASQW , . Phil Dunn Q0 - V 15: "gf ss: , , , t ea- . s- David Sandlin 3 gi X ,i 'T' ' 'SQA john Tarpley X 1, , X , -- David Padgett Q A. George White V- 4 ' ""' f , - ximx' -- - e q , 4' ' . Bud Taylor 'fl 4, 'fl Herbert Williams 'f' .4 Doug Polk ,gf - 4 sy Stanton Allen Diefj N' -2Q2:'Q:1'2.-.2-:'-sri., 1 - -me a-sux -warg:-tr.-: 1:-sa'-qw 'cf' 'Q' .....,t.,. 2 ,... A . ,.,.. t h .mmm " "" - Oug lf N 1' ' .,.4 . ,N l ,. o . , , , r , , ,, 5- Sum Cromartie 5 ,,,. 4 N I f l Student 67010105 u if if During the spring semester of each school year, the Student Council officers are elected by Australian ballot from the senior, junior, and sophomore classes. Each member of the Council must main- tain a scholastic average of C or above and B+ or above on citizenship. The ob- jectives of the Student Council are to foster a co-operative spirit among the students and faculty, to uphold high standards of personal conduct, to promote and encourage activities in the best in- terest of the school. l 5 4 .X fx- V WW" r -cf ,. ,tu I26 Senior 6111.95 Vice-Pre.ride111: Kaye Lange Serre111ry.' Ethel Perry Tre11J1n'er.' Ray johnson Re,bre.re111111i1'rr.' Linda Kelly Charlotte Lewis Mae Murchison Kay Reynolds Lloyd Dunn, Preridenl junior 611155 Viff-PfEJ1d811f.' Larry Harris Serre11zry.' Molly Tip McColl Tre1zr11rer.' Judy Dupree Reprere111,zli1'er.' David Edwards Sandra Julian Dan Perry Susan Scarborough Grady Strickland, Prefiderzt Sophomore 611155 Vice-P1'er1den1.' Holly Williams Serre!1zry.' Pete Caudill Tre115urer.' Doug Polk RepreJen!1zti11e.f.' Susan McDonald Jennifer Box janet Monterose George White Bud Taylor, Preridenl 5 16 ., rx , Afififfvfssoa AD ... -ar Sfudcm' 30mm 7,7 ,O M "LB Q 7 A , Qin. M f y l GP 4 ' ' 0 , ,- Discussing the sale of tickets for the Student Coun- cil Bar-B-Que Supper are Student Forum officers Ray Dillard, president pro-temporeg Mrs. Herring, advisorg Maureen Cain, secretaryg and Clara jones, president. rf" 'ri Shown in the cafeteria are members of the Student Forum putting Buzz Books together. Homeroom presidents or elected representa- tives from each homeroom make up the Student Forum, and the vice-president of the Student Council serves as president of the Forum. This group endeavors to promote work, achievement, and pride in F.I-I.S. Acting as liaison between the student body and the Student Council, the Forum creates better understanding and co-opera- tion between the two. Members of the Student Forum staple Buzz Books together. The Buzz Book is an alpha- betized list of the student body with names, addresses, and phone numbers and is an annual publication. Senior Officers Crcasurcrs l. Sccrcfarzcs Homeroom officers of the senior class are elected by each homeroom at the beginning of the school year. They assist the Student Council in such activities as the distribution of Buzz Books and the selling of the Barbecue Supper tickets. Most home- room presidents are also members of the Student Forum. B fr- ff We-Preszdcufs 'lt Presidfnfs 129 I Presidents Creaeurers AL- Officers of the junior homerooms are chosen by the homeroom in the fall by secret ballot. They assist the Student Coun- cil and Student Forum in various projects. Secretaries Wee-Presidents I 3 0 65,40 wa, 64222, 43' 225512 Creusurers Sophomore homeroom officers are chosen in the fall by each homeroom. Some officers are members of the Student Forum. The main function of this group is to assist the Student Council and Student Forum in their projects. Presidents ,S Mee-Preszdeuts Secretaries 4 I Mrs McMillan advisor of the Scot tish-Dancers, and the officers trace the Dunccrs Promoting the Scottish heritage in the school, community, and state is a lot of fun for the eighteen girls chosen in spring try- outs. They dance at Home- coming and the Miss FHS Contest, and sponsor two dances annually: one at Homecoming, and the Sadie Hawkins Day dance. This year these girls at- tended the opening of the new Scottish Bank in the community, the group con- tests at the State Fair in Raleigh, and the individual contests at Grandfather Mountain in july. Attend- ing the Governors inaugu- ration, however, was the highlight of the year for these Scottish lassies. route to Grandfather Mountain, Kaye Lange seems to be enjoying the Sadie Hawkins dance given each Thanksgiving by the Scot- tish Dancers. M 3 NNNM-.. .t wa r xr, FK These lassies, Harriot Jones, Ann Hatcher, Mary Frances Geddes, Sandy Iuliucci, Kris Romstad, Lou Farmer, and Sandra Autry, are dressed in the Kilt, traditional men's costume in the highlands. A practice Bobbie Cato, Mary Gray Teague, Terry George, Lulie B. MacKethan, Mary Baluss, iesslon for th? ,, Susan Scarborough, Molly Tip McColl, Kathy Fields, janet Cocke, and Carol Highland Fling! Bruce MacFayden are dancing in the Arisaidh, womans dress which is required in all dance competition. l32 T1 Oo " Q' OO QC U C .QQ Oi it With the presentation of a letter, deserv- ing boys become members of the Monogram Club. All monogram winners belong to this club which unites athletie participants of all sports into one organization. The members of the club: Billy Clark, Gill Ruderman, Bobby Bleeker, Ben Sutton, Bobby Moore, jeff Lee, Stewart Smith, Larry Harris, Neil McDiarmid, Mike Smith, David Langford, Ken Banks, George Girdwood, Tommy Iuliucci, Art johnson, Ted Rhodes, Don Stewart, George Morelock, Chip Parks, Paul Roy, joe McCall, Danny Kinlaw, Rod- ney Edge, Frank Stout, Robert Bittle, Allen Osborne, Bobby Gore, Ray johnson, johnny Britt. ui jlflouvgram glllb GAJ4. Q3- 'Yi ties 'IA- I N Any girl interested in playing sports is eligible to join the Girls' Athletic Associa- tion. Meetings are held monthly in the afternoons, and the girls enjoy the sports of the different seasons. They sell Bulldog sweatshirts as one of their projects. Officers of the Girls' Athletic Association! Pam Collins. treasurer: Ethel Perry, presidentg and Glenda Langford, vice-president-smile pret- tily for the Lr4f.JIlI.If photographer. ft , f s, It .. '2i?Ef79sfK ' 000- ' W - .'Z ff S Golf is a favorite spring sport of the J girls in the G.A.A. E Fm-in During the winter months, the G.A.A. concentrates on basketball. w..- ixx s M One of the favorite activities of the G.A.A. is volleyball whif' N the school year. Wfinners of the intramural tournament this year wt girls of Miss McLaughlin's homeroom4Patsy Joyner, Rita Kemp, Kaye ge, and Glenda Langford. ,., It f E s S When weather prohibits outdoor games, the G,A,A. compensates by playing ping pong. Boys can't out-do our G.A.A. girls 'cause these feminine fielders can play softball as well as anybody! 6 a i ,.,. f : Q: . Q , . - I1 -Sir' ' . ' .fr iii: . '1"iii i . ..,. X - - r " 5' -1: lv, 1' 1- eq 5 , VE - ' ' - , ' ' f .1 , S W I.. ., N: . I 1, .-Q si " .,.,, . 2 . 1 'ifrjf-, mf- si I i ' X In H I . 5 SCL?-E :wwf . , -----Q . L 'H' N i '- --Q' 3552, Qtr I ' -A3 M.. .,,,. , f-1. ililrfwkc- It is 112' -f 1 F1 '- ' ' , . ,,,,..,,,, 4.3, p , I. ., if f . ' .. -f I ' :E - ..,, - ' 1 H M , .., ...x.,,. . -A group of D.O. students in class! Shown here with the faculty advisor. Mr. Tilden Bridges, are the officers of the Diversified Occupations Club. They are David Barlow, social direc- torg Lee McArthur, vice-presidentg Judy -I- Any student taking Diversi- fied Occupations as a subject, or others interested in further study and understanding of the different fields of work, may be- come a member of the D.O. Club. With Mr. Bridges as their advisor, this club strives to pro- mote service first to others and then to themselves. ...... .. fri -r 1 . Q X v ,a i l if Judy Zieman, Jim johnson, and Billy Parnell, officers of the DE Club, are shown in Mr, Price's room. Each year the D.E. Club Blue. secretary-treasureri and Richard Snyder, president. D.E. Club members study better selling techniques. l36 selects an outstanding student of the year. On February 7, Mr. Sasser, Mr. Capehart, and a prominent local business- man, Mr. Howard Buie of Fleishrnan's Big Store, met to select such a student from the Fayetteville club. These points were considered: superior job performance, co-operative at- titude in the school, promoa tion of D.E. Club activities, appearance and personality. Hermine Lane, treasurer of the D.E. Club and an em- ployee at Penney's, was chosen. Cheerleaders? That's exactly what they are! As one of their main proi- ects each year, the Hi-Y presents L1 student-teacher bas- ketball game. Grace- f u l cheerleaclers s.uch as these are the main attraction at the game. This group of distinguished-looking gentlemen are some of the members of the Hi-Y. s HF Z! "To create, main- tain, and extend throughout the school and commu- nity high standards of Christian charac- ter" is the motto of the Hi-Y. Boys are voted into the club by the active mem- bers. Through the year, the club par- ticipated in various activities, such as presenting a radio program each Satur- day and helping with the heart fund. The boys also adopted a needy family at Christmas. Taking time out for a song fest is this group Hi-Y boys. Hi-Y officers, joe McCall. Neill TXiLDlLll'- mid, Elbert Vlatkson, johnny Britt, Danny Kinlaw, and advisor. Mr. Corum, dili- gently plan future proiects for their club. '- zu' 1 Z7ri-J-li- y Bobbie Cato walks uncertainly to her next fate during Tri-Hi-Y ini- tiation. Newly initiated members of the Tri-Hi'Y, Marlene Floyd and Mary Humphreys, lugh about the "ordeal" tht they just experienced. i i. mtg .S Members of the Trirl-Ii-Y form a friendship circle to sing old favorites. Tri-I-li-Y members discuss pl.ins for L1 Tri-Hi-Y project that will benefit the Community. if-ii' C- Under the leadership of its fine officers, the Tri-Hi-Y was able to engage in miiny worthwhile projects. The officers are Marty McDaniel, vice-presidentg Charlotte Lewis, presidentg Molly Tip McColl, secretary Ann Hambright, treasurerg and Rita Kemp, chaplain. Soon-to-be-initiated members chatter nervously before the proceedings be- gin. certain Christmas carols. Members find it necessary TR Creating and maintaining good charac- ter and upholding the standards of Chris- tian living :ire the main objectives of the Tri-Hi-Y. Any girl in high school who is interested in joining the club can join and attend the weekly meetings held in the YXWCA. to "brush up" on Suzanne Rouse ancl Patsy Joyner pre- pure the bulletin board display which is a proyect sponsored by the Art Club. NNN 'n N is'-Q Officers of the Art Club proved themselves quite capable. From left to right are Chuck Hayworth, Hostg Jim Tanner, Time-keeperg Carol Bruce MacFndyen, Presidentg Darlene Pearcy, Secretaryg Wluit Collins, Vice- President. ':- Wifi. . . ' Ii' "Riff L. 5 E Y, s . H ik All members of the two art classes make up the Art Club. This club was formed to promote the appreciation of and desire for art. Among its uc- tivities have been trips to Charlotte and Greensboro and participation in various art contests. I40 Art Club members work diligently on their project s perfection. V5.1 ini Editor of the Bulldog. Dolores XY'edemeyer. and advisor, Mrs. Safron, plan new lay-outs for the School Paper' Business Manager, Mike Olsen, and ad- visor, Miss Miles, work diligently to keep the books "balanced!" ln Fl-IS, the Bulldog is our only school newspaper, therefore, the members of its staff put forth all effort to make their paper one of highest quality. The Bzzffdog is published every six weeks, with the price varying each month according to the amount of "hot news" that the paper may contain, and also if a special edition is being presented. "If it's worth pub- lishing, the Bfzfldog will publish it." Carolyn XX'emyss, Carolyn Burns, Fred Campbell, Ellen Phillips and Barbara Irvine work on the ads for the newspaper, while Delores Wfeclemeyer, editor-in-chief, offers helpful suggestions. Ann Newberry, Robert Wfilson, Linda Kelly, Carol jack- son, Sharon Harvie, Barry Norman, Billie McXVhorter proofread the result of their last six weeks' work. YNQ A X if.: ,I 'P in 5 L' xx - .' I Q 'X :Ls ' ' " -21? X 'zz' Lp YA 'sh-f' -L Checking over copies of the new edition of the Bulldog and preparing them for distribution are Sandy Iuliucci, Harriot jones, Sandra Pulley, Mike Olsen, Ann Herring, Miss Miles, Rosemary Hooks, Chuck Finley, Mickey McNulty, Charles Stewart, and Royal Loyd, members of the business staff. i tfu. J Lam:-mc. mei! "Bosses" of the yearbook are the Editor-in4Chief Mae Murchi- son1 the Business Manager, Lloyd Dunn: and the Advisor, Mrs. McMillan known to the staff as "Mrs Mac." Photographers Lee Hauser and Bruce Price have the big job of taking and developing all the pictures for the annual. Typist Carolyn Faircloth is quite a busy person W with all the L.1F.fm.1f pages to type. Here, she assists Kay McCorkle and -lucly Barbee as they pre- pare the student direc- tory, Ethel Perry and Elaine Stewart must lay out pages for the features of the school year, while Kathy Goforth, with Ann Hambright and Kaye Ed- wards, is responsible for all the snapshots in the book. .gf 12X All the pages in the L.1F.111zr1r are pre- pared for copy by Patsy Joyner, art editor, and her staff: Diane Shields and Suzanne Rouse. Bobby hloser, sports editor, and his assistant, Sargent l51'osl'iear, must see that all the athletic organivntions of ' the school are represented in the 1 - nual IH 4 l Kay Reynolds, class editor. aids her staff as they pre- pare the class pages. These folks are responsible for all of the Senior. Junior, and Sophomore sections of the yearbook. lk. 160 l Getting all the organizations of the school represented in the LHFAINZLTC is the job of Martha Swain, activities editor, and her staff: Stanton Allen, Danny Cob- lenz, Rita Kemp, and Kaye Lange. library Sfaff is 5 Getting new books ready for use in the library is only one of the many jobs capably done by David Corrigan, jimmy Peterson, Sally Ann Williaiiws, Virginia Sherry, Bill Ashford, and Willianu Coffland. 9. . , Dottie Muir, johnny Parker, Virginia Buess, Carol Winters, Lana Matthews, Glenda Barlow, Julia Cumpen, Lillie Miranda, Mary Ann Claggett, Susan Hamilton, and Ann Scott card books dailyvand they are cheerful about it, too! Committees ure necessary in all organizations, and libraries are no exception. Making important decisions are Qseatedj ,loan Sharp, Earl Teague, fstandingl Patricia Hardee, Betty Beavers, Sonja Simmons, Katherine Harrison, and Hopie May. Constantly on the job is this or- ganization of students who assist Miss Revelise in the library. They work very hard at filing books and keeping them in proper order. Other students also find them a great help in the Library-about which they seem to know everything! Girls' 6'harus f Rehearsal means "work" for these ,, Q fair song- sters. fy, All girls interested may join the Girls' Chorus if they pass a try-out test. The Chorus adds to many affairs of the school. The girls gain valuable training in group singing, which later aids them in earning membership in the Mixed Chorus. 'Ri iw., P X L ilifqf i-,JLVIQT 9:5 FL. Q ff' Mr. Ray seems to enjoy directing these Y young ladies, Xl S -J Accompanist, Leah Smith, and her assistant, Lela Croom, must carefully watch their sharps and flats! MEMBERS Janet Bivins Robin Blackburn Beverly Brown Linda Byrd Barbara Cockfield Connie Copeland Bonnie Crofoot Judy Day Celestia Grimes Mary Harbert Gail Harrell Ann Hatcher Eleanor Hinojosa Bonnie Kline Gail LeComte Helen MacCord Coleen McGinnis Marion LeDuke Kathryn Matthews Carolyn Maxwell Dianne Nichols Brenda Owenby Betty Pittman Ann Schadel Leah Smith Germain Standley Donna Taylor Alberta Todd Lilia Vazquez Brenda West , I 's i it 5155 gfllb fi 'i I E ww ...fp ,........,-..----W' ...- . A-ww.,-1 """" ..,..-M...-.WY M ww 3 i Susan Freeman and Marsha Cannon serve as secretaries I for the Glee Club. V i 5 N H i I A li ll ,N ...M- ,.,...... .... . www M,...,.......t..- mum-,,,,,,.....--+ M' NWS Mr. Ray ably directs the Mixed Chorus as they rehearse for their trip to Lumberton. Members of the Mixed Chorus are intent upon their work in music. members of the Glee Club prepare for the night when Any boy or girl interested in becoming 11 member of the Mixed Chorus nmy join, but must pass several requirements first: girls must be either a junior or a senior, and boys and girls must pass try-out tests. The Chorus offers cultural oppor- tunities for students who like to sing and are musically in- clined. School, community, and state functions are attended by the Glee Club. Glee Club members work very hard pre- myn paring for a performance. Under the di- rection of Mr. Forest Ray, they have at- tended district contests for group ratings and have sung for several community :iff.1irs. Here. they relax for 31 moment be- tween songs. Cl xx I ,flflajareffas G I, SHELIA JOHNSON ANN LEE SANDRA CROL'CH 1 5. I : 3 S . .Ng X, PAGE BEASLEY X -N Q : I ,. I ? I Head Jlfiajorcfle NANCY COOK r' . ' CHARLOTTE MORRISON DIANE SMITH , Iv -,Q x . Y l The band officers, headed by Mike jones, stu- -Preparations for band rehearsal dent directorg Larry Ed- wards, drum majorg and Nancy Cook, chief major- ette, assume the various responsibilities of running the band. There are six major crews included in the organization in addi- tion to those of the three leaders: equipment, clerk, library, uniform, publicity, and stage manager. Each of these six groups is headed by a captain and under him, a lieutenant. each Thursday. .Z Hand Y2 it in J xi I-Y f K T W 5 i 7 L , Qlgin :gi 9 Q 4 7 During pep rallies boosting spirit, on the football field present- ing a half-time show, in parades represent- ing our school and city, and in contests and band clinics dis- playing musical skill, our F.H.S. Band can be found. The Con- cert Band and the Marching Band, are under the direction of Marion J. Rogers. Band members seem to enjoy praCtiCe Within the bancl is the Band Letter Club, for band mem- bers who are in the Concert Band for at least their second year, have a 90 average in band, and an 85 average IH other studies. 149 ,..--.v,. in-qt Q' Paul Aldinon David Alford Jim Barden Charles Barlow jim Bartlett Page Beasley Elizabeth Bernard Wfilliam Bernard Louis Bibb Andy Blackwell Lyle Briggs Lee Brinson Pete Buelow Dickie Byrne Charles Calhoun Royce Carroll Bryan Caton Gary Charlson David Conatser A Charles XVilliams ,tm .V A .. .Wax Nancy Cooke Sandra Crouch Bill Darden Larry Edwards Johnny Edwards Harry Ellis Karen Fewster Betty Grice Maurice Grubb Kathy Hair Sharon Harvie Sylvia Hester Bob High Judy High jimmy Humphrey W'aymann Humphrey Wfoody jackson Sheila johnson Carolyn johnson Calvin Willis Clara Jones Mike Jones Linda Kenney Nick Leon Ann Lee Loretta Le Duke Maxine Lewis Royal Loyd Mack McBrycle Charles McCallum Tommy Mclnnis David McKenzie Richard Milgram jerry Miller Charlotte Morrison Lee Murphy Frank Perkins Danny O'Quinn Jimmy Pigott U, Xxx, Tom Whitmire Louise Ray Robert Reaves Martha ,Riddle julaine Rossman jack Sandrock Frances Shackelford Buddy Shelton Francis Sisti Diane Smith Gary Smith Lynette Smith Clark Swiers Kenneth Suggs Frank Taylor Tommy Thorton Adolph Voigt Nancy Watkins Ashley Watson Lector Watson Blue Nafcs :wwf Rhythmic sounds are produced as the Blue Notes play "Don'cha G0 Away Mad." jim Pigott and Mike jones are the leaders of this musical group. Voluntarily putting together their musical skills, the Blue Notes have become a quite popular combo. They have received much praise for their fine performances at school and club dances and in various talent shows. Their practices are usually held in the after- noons following school. The group includes jim Barden, jim Bartlett, Dickie Byrnes, Mau- rice Gruhbs, Wfaymann Humphrey, Mike jones, Charles McCallum, Richard Milgram, Danny O'Quinn, and jim Pigott, l52 fine To achieve the success that the Blue Notes have requires many long practice sessions. 1-3 ve, f As the audience awaits the decision at the Miss F.H.S. Contest, the Blue Notes entertain melodiously. 57re14cl1 Club W ,1 "Patriotism" is the word for the officers of the French Club as they stand before the French flag-le drapetrzz fmzzfais-and the French national anthem-:Liz Mar- Jeillaire. They are Ann Hambright, presidentg Leah Smith, vice-presidentg Mike Smith, treasurerg and Mary Gray Teague, secretary. French Club members observe the handiwork of a fellow-student who says, "L'habit ne fait pas le moine"-"Clothes do not make the man!" llllxllll Listening attentively to Mademoiselle Cornelia Johnson read in French is this group of club members. To foster an interest in French culture and to pro- mote an understanding of the French people and their language are the main ob- jectives of the French Club. It is truly an honor to be- long to this group, for its members are approved by the faculty from students who show a genuine interest in participating and who have a good scholastic av- erage. Mrs. Hodul is fac- ulty advisor for the club. l53 Most of the Latin I students eagerly await their second year of Latin so that they might be- come members of the Latin Club. The pro- grams throughout the year are quite interest- ing, such as the one at Christmas when the Club sang Christmas carols to- gether in Latin. v LW gm Connie Altman Anne Baggett Mary Baluss Linda Beard Gayle Campbell Advisors for the club are the Latin teachers of the faculty -Mrs. Williams, Miss McLaughlin, and Miss Clifford. IS4 L 'U I 111114 57116 L-1 Don Deagle Frances Dye Neil Fleishmm Terry George E' S pg ,.-1 Ann Schradel John Tar le' Martha Prichard Franklin Reaves Susan Reed Clarene Roberts Angie Rush Howard Sutisky P 5 Dolores XY'edemeyer Betty NX'hite Holly Vifilliams Pat Zuhrrm Betty jackson Shelia Johnson Virginia Lee Jimmy Little Barbara Lorek George Munska Lulie McKethan Sheridan Michael Patsy Moore David Padgett Sue Pendleton Mary Phillips Carolyn Grenig Charles Hull Bobby Harris Bonnie Hickman Marion Home 1 Any Spanish student with a UB" average is eligible for membership in the Spanish Club. The programs are varied and full of interest, At one meeting this year, the group was entertained by a native Spanish Dance. -5 , 'eg-v GE' These' young ladies seem to be enjoying their study of the Spanish Spanish Club advisors, Mr. XWright and Miss ' . Tyson. make plans for the programs. ' ELM i K U , HV DHD 3 x, ., - X - g . if . L 1 X , . X r lj ',p, j sg? ,J ' 1 ..-fi: vi 1 Q -,'. 15-'15 ...Ti -,:: l "Feliz Navidad!"-"Merry Christmas!" from this group of smiling Spanish Club members. I56 Q I 5 f iw :xnxx speaking countries. W. Qdiliy XY 'W ifwxw x . 'S as .ii is 'N rx-, yt t 5 ., fi i Q'SfQ5l't Q S .. 5 v-- iuxNAonA .... PAN .nn C . N Q X Q X X 4 2 x Q 'S xx Kev W + Q ' z l X x N ,p ,w,?,,, . : t ,Q , 3, E x X ss ' xl A nu An Greg Davis, club president, points out the predominantly Spanish countries of South America to the other club officers: Maureen Cain, treasurer: and Barbara Bruce, viceapresident. . A ,.... , ' 'I i if Q .if-Ali F.T.A. officers discuss the executive side of their organization-Glenda Lang- ford, president: Maureen Cain, vice-presidentg Cornelia Johnson, secretaryg Ethel Perry, treasurer1 and Ella Rose Hall, reporter. Q if Xi Future Teachers practice for their radio program. F.T.A. advisor, Mrs Godwin, relieves Ann Harnbright of her load of stationery that the club sells each year as a project. gllfllfb' Zifachers l i xm l This year membership in the Future Teachers Club has truly become an honor, for the members must attain and maintain a B-scholastic average and be approved by the faculty on the basis of character, lead- ership, and service. The purposes of this or- ganization are to foster an interest in the teaching profession and to familiarize mem- bers with all aspects of the profession. Miss Hall, American history teacher, is co- advisor of the F.T.A. Glenda Langford, Ella Rose Hall, and Kay MC- Corkle practice teaching methods learned in Fu- ture Teachers. Linda Krause in- troduces to the F.H.A. Mrs. Frank Moore of japan, who tells about dating customs of her native country. 'i - F " r J Q I. L -5 i T ' , A gf ' ig Lf -s. M 5 . :aa A' T ii ' ' ii. i L . A- WNQS' fx, -:Q I. sw if ' ,fra---' if? i ,is h s r i' x x " p I f ' lfnif 'mf-1 " 1154 1, X' New Future Homemakers are put through the paces of initiation as the school ' I takes on a SPOtlesS glow, EVGFYOUC Cefff'-1UlY GUIOYCCI Pfeo And with golden-throatecl tones, they serenaded their appreciative audience at the Confederate Wfom- an's Home. 1-.px senting the Thanksgiving pro- xx: F, Girls who have had at least one year of home economics and who express an interest in building fine homes for America's future may become members of the Future Homemakers of America. -wr- QYMAKER5' 1 -v- 1 A Q J' . O -- if 71? 16741 O 4 o Q5 NEW HO IA' in Miss Evelyn Bruton, F.H.A. ad- visor, demonstrates proper baking 4 methods. Kathryn McMillian, Dot Crane, Suzanne Chiotakas, present "Pilgrim Pictures" for the ladies at the Con- federate Woman's Home. r VM' .124 5 Liz Parnell, reporterg Camelia McRae, president, Dawn Carpenter, treasurerg Linda Weeks, song leaderg julia Campen, historiang Linda Krause, vice- presidentg, and Linda Snyder, secretary, make plans for the monthly meetings. F.H.A,ers make plans for their bake sale which WHS making projects of the year. one of the money- fr 9.7. t! ,bo I o, 3? Q 5 f y To V Y Q -2- x 1 Juture ,Nurses 61116 l M 3 l I l Mrs. Warren, faculty advisor for the Future Nurses Club, plans a coming visit to Womack Army Hospital with the offi- cers. This trip will be only one of many such expeditions dur- ing the school year. These members, Patsy Barnes, Vicki Gardner, and Nancy Watkins, are cooking cupcakes for the bake sale held by the club in the fall. The sale was held to finance activities, including trips to hospi- tals and doctors' offices. Recently formed by the Women's Auxiliary of the American Medical Association, the Future Nurses Club is the only one of its kind at Fayetteville High. Membership is strictly on a voluntary basis for all those interested in the nursing profession. The purpose of the club is to better explain nursing as a future vocation, and to do this, the Future Nurses frequently take trips to various hospitals and doctors' offices, Officers for the club are Roberta Gleeson, presidentg Connie Copeland, vice-presidentg Martha Blackwood, secretaryg and Carolyn Grenig, treasurer. In preparation for their careers as nurses, Carolyn Grenig, Susan Hamil- ton, Roberta Gleeson, and Martha Blackwood attend to "patient" Bar- sx-at bara Lorek. X pw Roberta Parkerson helps Connie Copeland try on a nurse's hat, symbol of the profession they are planning to enter. ....c , . F I Dare You Books ,. Commercial Award ,. Senior High Band Azvm'dr.' Service Medal Senior Leadership ,,,,r A Senior Service Medal .. National Arion Foundat Key C1116 Au.'fzrdJ.' Sandy Nininger Award Key Club Award , ,i,,.. . ion Medal ,.,...,. D.A.R, History Award ..r..,..,,,,.,... ,..,.. ,4 Wards A. M. Myrover Mathematics Award ,,s,,,,.,,,,. Katherine Vardell Williamson English Award ..r.,,,,. s,,,,, The Louise Black Scholastic Award .,,,,,,.,.....,r,s, American Legion Auxiliary Cup s,...... Diversified Occupations Club Award ,.,s.. DAR. Cifizezzrlaip Au'fzrdJ.' Good Citizenship fSophomorej ,,,,.,c,... Good Citizenship Pilgrim CSeniorj ,...,... Good Citizenship Pilgrim Uuniorj ,,r,.,., Salutatorian Cup ,,,,, , Valedictorian Cup ,t ,, Sportsmanship Award Most Valuable Athlete Sledman EJ'J'rZJ'J.' junior A ,i,,,,,..., , Senior .. ,, ,t Award Courtesy Cup 1 ., ,,,,.,,,,,i B'nai B'rith Scholarship Award .,,,, Lions Club Scholarship ,,,.,,,...,,,i Mary Fields jones Scholarship ., . Key Club Scholarship Student Council Scholarship , ., Service Cup ..,.,,, Challenge Cup ......i 1960 Mary Ann Mason William King Ollie Bradley ,, ,lim Pigott Vincent McBryde Robert Miller Richard P. Williams Danny Highsmith i ,,ii,s,,,. ..,,,i A l Home Molly Sutherland William R. Sharpe Richard P. Williams Hans Tarpley Reese Edwards Penny Pearsal Doug Culbreth Irene Rose Mae Murchison Ann Scott Thompson Richard P. Williams Bruce Barker , Don Parsons ,,.,. Lloyd Dunn ,. ,,.. Sandra Hesketh 1 ,.... Foster Cashwell Geoffrey Davis , ,,,,, Preston Campbell . ,,,, Glenda Parrish Faye Hyman Glenda Parrish Irene Rose Howard Wrench 1961 v - - -l-- ... Tl- , , , . , , , l1 l , , , . r , as ff 7 .sf fs Q : 'Q1,?f-if-L FF , A , Iifllk, M4 :ff -ug, ,v "1 .,.ff'f1.' ' , my " . ff. ' i - . ,. . .. .gs -.. -A L - rig? new 'Q -4- . F' v' .-" - . ' joanne Gray 565011127 Rmzzzew'-np be we f x .ev -R ,C Carol Clements Fifi! RIINIIEJ'-21127 Mart ' McDaniel l Tlvzrd Rmmer-lip Before the Queen was crowned-smiling for the judges. Miss 9111? I 9 The Miss F.H.S. Contest Class, is held annually. The town choose the girls by thei sonality. All girls in Fayette to enter. The contest is hel On the last night the queen a the finalists. tg 6010! , sponsored by the junior judges who are from out of r poise, beauty, and stage per- ville Senior High are eligible d three nights in succession. nd her court are chosen from X ! .. AA 2 .X , , tra 5 ' . gf- U: Q . :sw . ffl J? 18,9 '15 fu ,fi CQ xv 1 1. i9 5 fq 'X-,H '.!',' Q I . N63 Q, 7-3" x JM' 7 , tw. '--as far- ff' '+L ri.. . l 5 A' ' , '-M' C ' 7 Y' 'WFT 1 . . 'fi' A Th- ' '-'Ei 2151175 "' . . .5 ,K .' ,ff 'A qs ,W vga "' ' fl . -375' 1 " L, .1 N , 4 ' ' iuvvlbd-A 'ggw' fzbzgit 2. " 5:11 ff? W -Q - Q. 1 'r 5 1 '36 f. ., 5 3. K M 5 '. if ' 5 . , - ti ff 'ily' 'P Q-"iih5!' is ' Egg .Q P ,Vg 2 4- ,iq',Ql':' My wfg ,Q . q, Q igznge y Q .t i9".ty 5- af, lil 1+ 'lit' AQ' ms if Ei. s sf 121 L 'JR i ,r g if 1 ii Q- + 9 V 2 f it il T sl "1 123' -Ri s T 1. - -fs: rf 1' - '1. , ii if 5: .Q - ivy' Q 'X' Ronnie Solomon and Sid Rice Q, C wonder if there is an end to the streamers which form the sky. Roses, roses, roses! The most beautiful Junior-Senior ever was given by the juniors for the Class of 1960. This annual event, possible only through hard work and "sore Juniors," was successful indeed. Dave Blume and his orchestra provided musicg and the figure was presented by Student Council members and Junior-Senior Committee Chairmen, King Allen Lytch and Queen Libby Readling, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edwards. The King and Queen of the Prom were elected by the juniors and Seniors and reigned throughout the evening. It's finally taking shape! Wfill we ever get through? If if 3 The waiters and waitresses for the '59-'60 junio McCall, Ben Hailey, Larry Harris, and Ronnie MacFadyen, Mary Gray Teague, and Marlene F f use l 917' ML , - 5gfg'L.1ilk 'c , 'af' 'ig' r Q RQ ls7r".f-1-i N 4 K, Q ,. W4 -fig, ' 1, ,N ,bis Um.. Aa --f -A- , 1, yQ F: in so ,gag g -01 20' ill -' Gig-. - P '69- Nil. K .Q v 1.4. 'Q gh fi --2+ 1- iff at ,fa up :wail ' -., Qxtk 4 lb-Kei' lfigt: .f ,N ', l'1'l .fi J' QA -- gf 'Z. -his 'gi v V. wi 'Q' -917 .1 4 I , 15 ' nrt' Ml 5, . 1 r"- 3 to 1 X M In ' Jw' Tqi .U-: '41-'fi King Allen Lytch and Queen Libby Readling lead off as their dance begins. it we r-Senior were, from left to right, Top Row: jones Peoples. Boziom Row: Bobbie Cato, Carol Bruce loyd. Waiters and waitresses begin the formation for the --fanli- Elected by the juniors, the waiters and waitresses per- formed a vital function at the Prom. Among other things, they served refresh- ments and checked wraps. They also assisted at inter- mission by weaving crepe paper through the figure in the shape of a fan. The fan was representative of the Old South, the underlying theme of the evening. f "We could have danced all night-" On Thursday night before the exciting Homecoming Weekend, the cheerlead- ers held a bonfire! Hundreds of stu- dents stood around and watched a Raleigh "Cap" burn in effigy. mm ' Homecoming Q u e e n Sandy Iuliucci, who sponsored Billy Clark, a senior football player, was elected by the student body. All girls sponsoring senior foot- ball players were eligible for this honor. ,X -Sym, Our Student Council, working with the school clubs, organized a student parade which took place on Saturday morning following the Homecoming game. Much enthusiasm was displayed, evidencing our genuine school spirit. as-"""' , During half-time of the big game, Sandy Iuliucci was crowned Homecoming Queen. In honor of the new queen the band formed a heart and played "Peg O' My Heart." I68 ' 1 wi' mi 'un Y F ,l ' Xl 4 7 Ng? X Q, . With deep appreciation and gratitude for all Mr. Edwards has done for Senior High, the Student Body, the clubs, the faculty, the office personnel, and the lunch room staff presented him with this white Renault. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards try out the new car as our beloved principal leaves his position which he held for eight years. N I Q- sa no g g...f"'m'2.I"0 714 Appreciation Mr. Sam R. Edwards was the principal of Senior High for eight years. Under his faithful guidance and leadership, our school grew in success and in stature. He was a kind and understanding principal and was liked and respected by all who knew hirn. Senior High owes so rnuch to Mr. Sam Edwards for his unceasing effort and loyalty which estab- lished the high standards of our school. We shall forever be indebted to Mr. Edwards. I .. t Mr. Edwards waves good-by to the student body at Senior High, taking with him the love and respect of all the students. I N 'N 15, ,,', 'L' H .nuusq gfflffbtlff Excitement was the keynote of our 1960 football season. Although we fought hard, we lost seven of our fights, were victorious in two, and reluctantly tied one. Our players "bull-doggedlyn kept their high spirits through bad weather and numerous unpredicted injuries. Even though they did lose, they were held in high esteem by all the students of F.H,S. who supported the team with an amazing amount of spirit throughout the season. l l 1960 STARTING LINE-UP Bark Row.: Ben Sutton, Ray johnson, Bobby Gore, Joe McCall. 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' wi'-Q ' mu 1 -M. .aa . rw W t, P 1-izfw'-s .X wel . an---5' gf?-'L-if -W fisxftfii f.f.?"?51fS-:i""'5E?fifs..'?'.e'-Sk:.15L From Iefz to right-Pint Row: Ben Sutton, Joe McCall, Ronnie Peoples, Johnny Britt, Allen Osborne, Bobby Bleecker, Danny Kinlaw, Ted Rhodes, Art Johnson, Bobby Gore, Ray Johnson. Second Row: Pat Pasley, Robert Bittle, Neill McDiarrnid, Billy Clark, Don Stewart, Rodney Edge, Paul Roy, Chuck Bris-Bois, Danny Townsend, Frank Stout. Third Row: Coach Reynolds, Neill Lindsay. Charles Biggs, George Morelock, Larry Harris, Willie Bryan, Jeff Lee, Mike Smith, Ken Banks, A. R. Bryan, Ferrol Edmundson, LeRoy Drennan, Coach Luper. Fozirtb Row: Stewart Smith, Bob Pippin, Gill Ruderman, Tommy Iuliucci, Robert johnson. I72 Fay Fay Fay Fay Fay. F ay Fay Fay Fay Fay FOOTBALL SCORES 1960 Dunn 6 Rockingham 51 Asheboro 20 Greensboro 27 . Goldsboro 6 Rocky Mount 12 . Durham 13 , . Wilson 54 , .. . Raleigh 14 Wilmington 21 Head coach Buddy Luper and line coach Bob Reynolds. ,I The Quarterback Club dinner was on January 50, 1960. At this dinner, the FHS football team and cheerleaders were honored. Coach Earle Edwards was the guest speaker. . . . Awards Paul Roy- Besz Blocker Joe McCall- Morz Valuable Bobby Bleecker- Mort Improved Rodney Edge- C0arl9'.f Award Bobby Gore- Beft Defemive Player johnny Britt- Most Determined Player RODNEY EDGE Sr.-Fullback GILL RUDERMAN Sr.-End GEORGE MORELOCK Sr.-Halfback Is everybody MPPY ? If W. XX X KAYE EDWARDS DAVID LANGFORD .'-,, LARRX HARRIS Soph.-Tackle jr.-Tackle PM f c BILLY CLARK Sr.-End ROBERT BITTLE Sr.-Halfback. Quarterback NoIMa.n! CHUCK BRIS-BOIS jr.-Tackle BOBBY GORE Sr.-Quarterback TOMMY IULIUCCI Jr.-End Qrgx CAROLYN AVERITT Well, if evcrybocly's happy, and nobody's blue, MARTY MCDANIEL 1 X M . lf 41 GEORGE GIRDXWOOD Soph.-Tackle NEILL MCDIARMID jr.-Tackle NEILL LINDSAY jr.-Tackle '-"x BOBBY MOORE Sr.-Tackle DON STEWART Sr.-Guard, F ullback JOE MCCALL Sr,-I-Ialfbnck ROBERT JOHNSON Jr,-Guard Rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, gas rah, rah, rah, I' fl N X FERROL EDMUNOSON as jr.-Center LINDA VALLANDINGHABI SANDRA JULIAN IVIARLENE FLOYD BOB PIPPIN jr.-Guard Managers NORVILLE LONG LARRY BARNES nl 'T J I - I-U U ZW' Eye cg' funk Rah Rah Rah B Rah Rah Rah I 7 , I is Mx , . in A , 0 X hc C ff xc v ' S 'N Gif xfx , kkx 1'-2 nf? A flying tackle ! ..4- 4 "'N Q Tiff f "'A"'N' l V ,... N pf'Vf-H X 5 x 0 BECKY SIDES MARY DAVIS RIDDLE Caught after long run. Typical bench scene. Bulldogs on the go! mv' N ? Bulldog Defense Whoa ! Casualties Yea, doggies! I, f J f-' KATHY GOFORTH A long end run. tha 495 in Q. , v Hr. Q' .'f , rx? , I A , i ff: '36, asf? V ' , ,s .rf ' 1 I' X i 5- F X . If 900 Iva!! Our Junior Varsity football team had a brilliant season this year. The team claims eight victories, no losses, and one tie. There were two wins against both Goldsboro and Sanford, and the team also beat Wilson, Durham, Raleigh, and Wfilmington. Our prospects for champion conference teams in the future look good. ww' - JN l y E, Q. , ,V :L . s 1 4 -ss: , , Q P - ,,,.. 53, ,K . ..,. A , 3E5g55::1f5:1E5LiE5E - - ,,,.:.,:.-.:.., ,, ir- 'f.s:f:fFsfQEf'i 5:-m:5s:1f' -seas-' ' as t what 3 :ls : 35,-i-igs: COACH MANESS COACH MCGINLEY Bozrom Row, left 10 right: Emory Albritton, jerry Wilson, Bob Peele, Bob Robinson, Larry Sessoms, Gary Wfilson. Top Roux' Wayne Yates, -Terry jones, Wfayne Byrd, Bob Martin, Gary Price. me Ss, N Qfrff D z H' Lf Bollom Roux left ia fight: Bob Pulliam, Richard McLeod, George Brown, jerry East, Charles Cal- houn, Eddie Joyner, Benny johnson, Phil Dunn. Top Roux' jack Farr, Larry McLaurin, Mike Oz- mer, Larry Daley, Larry Wolfe, Pete Crane, Dick Billings, Robert Sigholtz, Vlfayne McDowell. all Varsity Wzcerleuders Fir!! Roux' Linda Vallandinglmim, Kathy Goforth, Kaye Edwards. Sfwmf Roux' Becky Sidcs, Sandra Tarlton. Third Roux' Marlene Floyd, Sandra julian. Fonrlb Raza: Mary Davis Riddle, Marty McDaniel, Cornelia johnson, Carolyn Averitt, 9: hw- ra -92-1, .EU-f 9 in ,. 'W' -imswr 1444- ,. i 'QU' Of 47 If Hheerlmders Below-left lo right Janet Stancil, Anna Brady, Linda Cobb, Marilyn Bittle, Linda Peoples. Kneeling: Holly Williiaiiws. Fay Fay Fay Fay Fay Fay Fay Fay kay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. F ay. Fay. I84 COACH LEN MANESS SEASONS RECORD Sanford C,..., . Clinton A.A, , Lumberton Sanford H ,,,, ,, , Clinton .. , Campbell Freshmen .. .. Rocky Mount ,,,,YY,..,,,, Durham , Raleigh . .. . ,.,., Wilmington , ,,,i,.i,,,, Wilson w,,,. Goldsboro ,s,, ,,s,, R ocky Mount , , ,,,,,,,,.,,,, Durham Campbell Freshmen , . ,,,, , ,,,, ,, , Raleigh Wilmington . . .. . Wilson Goldsboro lfaskefball SUMMARY OF THE 1960-1961 BASKETBALL SEASON If victories were accorded on the basis of work, the 1960-1961 season of the Bulldogs would have been an un- defeated year. The Bulldogs began this season by roll- ing over non-conference opponents and at the beginning of the Christmas holidays had four wins and only one loss. The losing skein began with our second conference foe, Durham, and did not end until our win over Wilson. The Bulldogs ended the season with a losing record, 6 wins and 13 losses, thus bursting a dream held by Coach Maness and his seniors of giving Fayetteville Senior High School a winning record. Although not gaining their goal, the team did much better than last years team, and we are hoping that next years team will have a winning season. 196041961 Basketball Team TOM MCBRIDE GRADY STRICKLAND Guard Forward No. 14 No. 44 Height: 6' 1" Height: 6' 1" X-r 5, . , N . 0 ' 3 ,, : X? I I . AKGY I -1 X MIKE SMITH STEVE TAYLOR Guard Glgard No. 32 No. 22 Height: 6' 0" Height: 5' 9" JIMMY GREENE ROGER WATSON Forward Guard No. 50 No. 24 Height: 6' 5" Height! 5' 11" JOE MCCALL PAT SIMPSON Guard Forward No. 30 No. 40 Height: 5' 10" Height: 5' 11" I 1 x v F7 ff! , xx! Xxmxx ox XXX NN NX Nw xix xx X XXX . ,ik :, X Q 1 I H ROBERT BITTLE BOBBY BLEECKER Guard Guard NO. 12 NO. 52 Height: 5' 11" Height: 6' O" BOB EHRMANN BILLY CLARK Cenlfr Forward NO. 52 N0, 4 Height: 6' 5" BEN SUTTON Forward No. 20 Height: 6' 2" BUD TAYLOR Center No. 34 Height: 6' 5" Height: 6' 5" PAUL HOLLAND Center' No. 10 Height: 6' 5" DAN PERRY Forward No. 42 Height: 6' O" Q yN S ,af N, ag , . I -an X X Q i J, . J 5 41. Atgzfzff xf 'iff Nx Y hx at X X 1 2 2 1' ,nay ,us E , V- .1 'z ix i ,V sa O li Kaskefball Coach jack McGinley's 'l.V. basketball team compiled a 9-6 overall record and a 1 5-5 record in conference play. COACH JACK MCGINLEY Firrz Row: Mike Ozmer, jerry Wilson, Doug Polk, john Kernion, Jimmy jordan, Tim Watson, Ronnie Tuttle. Second Roux' George Girdwood, Dave Langford, Dick Billings, Pete Crane, Frank McDavid, Wayne Byrd, Coach McGinley. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay. Fay Fay Fay Fay Fay Fay SEASONS RECORD 1960-1961 . . Sanford 42 Clinton 37 ,. Lumberton 57 , ..i....., Sanford 52 Clinton 30 Durham Raleigh 39 . 1 Wilmington 47 Goldsboro 34 Durham 43 Wilson 45 Raleigh 48 Wilmington 52 47 Wilson B Team Varsity 56 Rocky Mount 56 62 Jim jordan, Doug Polk, Jerry Wilson, Tim Watson, john Kernion. Q 154566411 LEW mv -,Q ll. N FXR is 1. ,.,. . E as '- B NSN Front Row: jim Douglas Qmanagerj, Larry Kelly, Harty Bachelor, Mike Smith, George Price Robert Bittle. Second Roux' Gil Ruderrnan, Mel Murray, Art johnson, Larry Harris, Pat Simpson Billy Finch, Third Roux- Billy Parnell tmanagerj, Grady Strickland, Tommy Iuliucci, Don Par sons, Bobby Gore, Coach Bob Reynolds. i SEASON'S RECORD 1960 Fayetteville O Fayetteville 6 , , Fayetteville 2 ,, 1, Fayetteville 1 i,,.., Fayetteville 10 ,, ,, Fayetteville 1 , Fayetteville 6 . ., Fayetteville 6 . ,A Fayetteville 4 , Fayetteville 3 ,, ,. Fayetteville 1 .,,,,, Fayetteville 2 ,, , Fayetteville 0 6 . Fayetteville 2 , Sanford Sanford A Wilmington Raleigh , , Goldsboro Rocky Mount , Durham , , , Wilson Wilmington Raleigh , Goldsboro Rocky Mount ,, Durham Wilniington COACH BOB REYNOLDS Crack Most of Coach Newnanfs track team will return this year led by Frank Stout and joe McCall, who went to the State Track Meet last year, The following seven school track records were broken: 100 yard dash-Frank Stout-10.2 seconds. 220 yard dash-joe McCall-22.8 seconds 440 yard run!Don Stewart-53.9 seconds 880 yard run-A. R. Bryan-2:11.8 minutes mile run-Danny Orr-5:01 minutes. shot put-Ed Stephenson-3911" high jump-Phillip Tayl0r45'11" X Fayetteville attended seven meets winnin five, and losing two. WON LOST Whitexfille Goldsboro Chadburn Durham Lumberton Southern Durham Campbell College ig X. I Q N 1 N I ' V T X 1-VFW N, t Z Z f 4 A " 3, A , A , , l L Eta fe Lee Hauser, Ray Johnson, Don Stewart wb' -a 1960 Track Team l I9I v gllff lin Fred Campbell w leading member year's golf team. I92 ill be a of this B -..S!.-.-- .- Last year's golf team competed in seven tournaments, winning three of them, which was more than any other team in the con- ference. The Fayetteville team placed third .-X . in total points because of a poor showing in its opening tournament at Wilmington. Five "returnees', form the nucleus of this year's golf team. They are George Silvas, Herbert Williams, David Sandlin, Skipper Tucker, and Neil Lindsay. Raymond Floyd, lowest scorer on last year's team, won the National Jaycee Amateur Golf Tournament. jerry Robertson also represented North Carolina in the tournament. Members of last year's golf team, from left io figbz: Neill Lindsay, Herbert Williams, David Sand lin, jerry Robertson, Raymond Floyd, Skipper Tucker, and George Silvas. I . E'S Congralularions, Seniors CASUAL FAsHloNs Fm' Faye++eviIIe's Only Ladies' Sporfswear Specially Shop DIAL 2I2 Hay S'I'ree+ HE 2-52ll FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. I3 Il L I , ,N ,. , W B 8: B BOWLING LANES "WI1ere Champions Bowl" Your Brunswick Equipped Bowling CenI'er AIR CONDITIONED I6 Brunswick AuI'omaI'ics Modern Snack Bar Locker Facilifies Telescores CI1iIcIren's Playroom Free InsI'uc'I'ion FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 3003 FORT BRAGG RD. HU 4-5I78 CompIimen+s of B 8: H DEPARTMENT STORE I 69" 6- I N , haff I II6 Person S+. FayeHeviIIe II I I BOB'S DRIVE IN csw dw F+Bg elk en dale HAY ST. thru to FRANKLIN ST. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 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Dial HU 4-2I87 GLA Mou,R wad SALON Open Thursday Evening by Appoin'I'men'I' I Personalized Hair S'I'yIing Simplex l Air Condi+ionecI Dryers Go-Kar'I's I24I ET. BRAGG RD. FAYETTEVILLE GU LLEDGE MOTOR COMPANY, INC. HAIGH AND HOLLAND Your RenauII' and Peugeoi' Dealer AQBWIS Real Es+a're and Ren+aIs 4 DIAL HE 2-6I93 3600 Bragg Boulevard ll4 Anderson S+' FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. THE MID-WAY DRIVE-IN THEATER BRAGG BOULEVARD T H and E 1 Q E STAR-LITE DRIVE-IN THEATER 5 4 SPRING LAKE R - "Always Tops In Movie En+er+ainmen'r." 32 WHERE AMF BOWLING LANES IS MORE FUN LaFAYETTE IIESIAIQM , 4,e, . V:,.,V ' "'A--r Join a Bulldog League F I ' 'ee nS+"'C+'o"s 33:3 Raeford Rd. HU 4-0II3 HAYMOUNT MARKET "No+lwing buf Jrlwe Bes+" Groceries-Qualily Meals-Produce FREE DELIVERY l300 Morganion Rd. DIAL HU 4-Sl ll JEWELERS PENNEYS MWA, 5 F, ,, S , Q U A L., Y, Convenienl' Terms-Free Delivery "Gills lor llwe Gradualesn Corner Hay and Pi++man S+ree+s THE - BARBER l320 Morganlon Rd. ru U a A M 6 PM. ' xr - "' '-EEN ' "-4-f George Gene Real Es'ra+e Compnmems I325 Morganfon Road of Faye'H'eville Gould M. Hambrighl' HU 4-mb Q I GOOD LUCK, SENIORS From Highland Beauty Salon II7 Raelord Rd. Highland Village HU 4-0364 HCRNE'S MARKET "Worlc:l's Besl Meals" 420 Hay Slreel' FAYETTEVILLE 457 Person S+. N. C HE 2-5051 ' SEALTEST MILK ""G""-AND FURNITURE COMPANY 3006 Bragg Blvd. 2600 Raelorcl Rd. Fayelleville, N. C. DIAL HU 4-6365 FayeHeville's Firsl' Drug Sl'ore Since l865 I24 HAY STREET DIAL HE 2-2l ll WE DELIVER x N ,x Q 4, X .Q . -.M,,,,Rw 5 E I 55" ll fg f f Eg-.yew gr Y? L ff NWN V il Q I Y B 'ie - E '11: 3 1, ' L H 4 f " ., 3 Y'aII Come S'PAOffEfrf Mike's on fhe Boulevard Congra+ula1'ions PHARMACY From "Promp1' Delivery Service" 45' HaY Slreel Laundry and Dry Cleaners HE 3" '37 5:2 w. RUSSELL sr. MCBRYDES OPTICIANS .u.f Md-EOD,S ,u.. LEON and ALEX Complefe Eye Glass Service '04..,,,,,,,ff' f fo,,hM,,y- since 1939 Tires- 304 Hay S+ree+ Fayefreville, N. C. Ballerlesu and Accessories 3026 BRAGG BLVD. Besl of Luck Congraiulafions and Io Besi Wishes 'Il1e Class of 'bl LANGFORD'S, INC. From A FRIEND SHIELDS VENETIAN BLIND AND AWNING COMPANY VENETIAN BLINDS Flexalum Twi-NigI1I'er HEATING Armsrrong Furnaces H. C. LiH'Ie Floor Furnaces AWNINGS Aluminum Canvas Fiber Glass 3I I5 Fori' Bragg Road PHONE HU 4-6I30 STEWART OLDSMOBILE f-e : , M. M. SMITH STORAGE WAREHOUSE Main Office-IO9 Broaclfooi' Ave. FayeHeville, N. C. HU 4-5I3l STORAGE PACKING Local Moving Long Dis+ance Moving Ageni' for Allied Vans FURNITURE CO 40I Hay S'rree+ FayeH'eville, N. C. DIAL HE 2-3039 WorId's Largesi' Manufaciurer of Typ o. A. HUTSON HUDSON TYPEWRITER CO. FayeHevIIIe, N. C. . . dis'rrIbuI'or of proclucrs by . . . llllYA,l5D ewrifers HUNTER BROS., INC. Wholesale Elecrrical Supplies II5 Winslow S+ree'r DIAL HE 3-OI25 JOHNSON Congraiulalions h +0 Ie, COMPANY Class of bl "Home of Famous Na'II'1ane Brand ProducIs" From A FRIEND I2I FRANKLIN STREET FayeHeviIIe, N. C. HUSKE H . t I HARDWARE HOUSE Beau' fj Centre' t MARY BONKEMEYER, Propriefor B ' B L ' G H' H' H' Csglzciineolggrierwhife 3:3 6:52 I FayeHeviIIe, N. C. Carolyn Gregory MCMILLAN-SHULER MISS VOGUE on. COMPANY F +132 jay S+- . . or e oung . . . D'SJmbu+orS of and Jrhe Young 51+ I-leer? SHELL mzonucrs FayeHeville, N. C. Telephone Nos. HE 3-0I84 or HE 3-0185 Congrafulafions and Besi' Wishes OWEN'S FLORIST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY HH . . . .. owers of Dlshnchon 460 Rowan S+. HE 2-2584 3306 RAEFORD RD. FayeHeville, N. C. M 81 O gwww-M K N Jif 427 Fran in HE 3-I655 M 81 O CHEVROLET COMPANY PASCHAL'S sHoEs, INC. Poll-Parrol Shoes for Children INSURANCE Rand Shoes for Men and Boys .The PHO-r ,ro PrO+eCHOn.. Trim Tred and Vlllallly for Women A. C. Parlcer J. Harvey Oliver, Jr. I29 Hay S+ree+ Phone HE 3-3453 Box 3304 l226 P+, Bragg Rd, PHONE HU 4-8l4l , Hillsboro S+. Fayerreville, 1 l le w ll MODERN MUSIC COMPANY ll Coin Operared Music Machines l Owned and Operaied by J. D. KINLAW Q Penny Weighing Scales lnsfalled on Commission Basis We Renf Juke Boxes for Parries Used Record Ouflei' CU RVED PLYWOOD Chair Sears and Backs RANKIN BROS. CO. H' Pays 'ro Shop REAVES l DRUG STORE EUTAW VILLAGE i Soda Founrain, Prescriprions i l l 1 Bragg Boulevard FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 1 l N f- 1 Y. 1 f I llxv A' G E Q. Q ""' .4 Q' Q a. 5 2 P '?'f::- 0 5 ebb gf Qing W 04 I 03 Hay Sfreel' N GLM I,-5 N is -4 f . fl' 1 Q f-'fl ' - . ' - A.. - ' iff, IMP! The Juniors mosi' eagerly awailed momenl is flwe arrival of fhe class rings al' Ha+cl1er's Jewelry Sfore. As Mr. Weaver Harcher fils Hwe ring on Susan Scarborouglfs finger, Don McCoy and Mary Gray Teague beam wifh pride over 'lheir own. Cong ra'ruIa+ions C-5radua+es! ROSES 5-I0-Z5c STORE EUTAW VILLAGE FI. Bragg Boulevard STEIN BROS. America's Finesi' IvIen's Wear" SINCE l904 SUNNYSIDE FLORAL NURSERY ESTABLISHED IN I873 I8I5 Morganion Rd. af Lamb S+. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. THE TOWN SHOP Complimenfs of Coa+s fhe Sui'rs SCOTTISH BANK Dresses Member of FDIC Accessories IZI Anderson S+. HE 3-275I EPSI' OU' TYNDALL's JEWELERS, INC 4I3 HAY STREET "No'I' ius+ any diamonds, 2I7-2l8 Grace PiH'man Bldg. bm PriSm'Li+e' Iooofv 'Fully DIAL HE 2-6057 polished diamonds." BOB TYNDALL WALLY HINKAMP Courleous Drivers Are Sale Drivers and Trailways' Safely Record Proves ll' o TRAIL WA YS ..-Specialists in 'fiiendlg 'first-class -travel l Trailways goes THRU lo mosl' deslinalionsl QUEEN CITY TR ILWAY 304 Gillespie S+. Fayelleville, N. C. Dial HE 3-l5l7 or HE 2-5l27 TART'S TV 84 APPLIANCE COMPANY 4026 Bragg Blvd l FayeH'eville, by Th g 1' 'WET , E Adm 207 The Sfore +o Remember in +he Fu+ure. Hay Sfreei' V-POINT SUPER MARKET M., A UNIQUE CLEANERS 2008 Ramsey S+. - 46I7 Bragg Blvd. 46'7f ' NLG? UDTQUG DO HI' 500 Murclrgson Rd. an Spring Lake, N. C. VERNE ..-- " l 9 TAI Lon . .." Mann PosI' FORT BRAGG. N. C. COATES MOTORS, INC. 4428 Bragg Blvd. a+ 'rhe Overpass Your Rambler Service Dealer SWAIN FURNITURE 4,,,,,, 325 I BRAGG BLVD 4-6 I 73 Slenogra phic Course Secrela rial Course Junior Accounfing Course Speedwrifing Shorrhancl WORTH BUSINESS COLLEGE Dodge-Lancer-MG-Ausfin-Healey Tia L Nllsl ' 'I --IL I -I 5 y, O A" f"" S" Regular Com pacl or Sporrs Car We Sell +l1e Besf . . . YARBOROUGH MOTOR CO., INC. "Serving Fayerleville for 25 Years" WEST B L, I LUMBER AND Box es' 'S+e""'g COMPANY FayeH'eville, N. C. Always WFAI WH EATELY MOTOR CO. Con ra+u alions From Atl. WHEATELY 1230 on your dial Dealer of Lincoln Mercury Con'rinen'ral A complele seleclrion of fra- dlonal clollwing and sporlse F l-HM :fp f 4 31 'ff w + Al . Qygnj A parr of Hue "Fine Collecrion of Ladies' Ivy Sporlswearu in llwe Playmale Shoppe 'For HER NK , Leon Suemrs Xl W m ffl Y mms shop lu opp: AUTO GLASS CQ. INSTALLED WHILE You WAIT 925 Bragg Boulevard FayeH'eville, N. C. "We handle insurance claims." HE 2-8I3I HE 2-8l32 226 DIAMONDS SILVER CHINA SI'erIing WATCHES y CRYSTAL J EWELRY Jewelers Silversmirhs Brand Names Award Winner FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 2II HAY STREET HE 2-SI74 With this book, all of us end a school year, and many of us close out a high school career. As We go out into life, let us not forget the wonderful people who have supported us in the past. By their confidence and interest in us, they have helped to make this book possible. On behalf of the Class of 1961, I extend our heartfelt thanks. Lloyd Dunn Business Manager .3714ar1ciall6c',v0rf cyf the I 961 Uzhmac Adverfising ., ., .., .. S I ,498,23 I .00 SubscripI'ions . 500,000.00 Clubs Icollecledl 00000000000000000000.0..,, 000.0,0.0AA,.0000f00.f000 .50 Dona+ions 'from warm and kind friends, among I'I1em William Edwin lBubbIesI Clark Aaa..a ...,..aA..,,a...,.,,.a. Food every nigI1I' for Ihe midniglrrl' orgies of Ihe slaff .a....,. Dance in honor of +I1e edi'Ior's firs+ da+e.. r. ,... 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