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

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Supervisor and student teacher look busy. 4,9-... I ADO unto others as you would have them do unto youfl This quotation is a cardinal rule of life and a quality of this outstanding teacher. She has encleavorecl to instill in us a knowledge of the underlying principles of success. With a spirit of enthusiasm and inspiration. she has served the students of Fayetteville Senior High. Knowing her qualities and praising her merits. we. the l,aFfz1m'1c staff, do herehy dedicate this 1962 LaFf1mnc to a friend. a teacher. and a leader MRS. WILNIA D. CODWIN Cumberland Cf rwty Pl f-lbfafif Fayetteville, North L,..wrt2L The year of 1961-1962 is in the making at F.H.S. We at FHS. know that this year is an important one in our preparation for a future life. We realize that we have to study hard in order that we may reach our goals, hut we know that this year will not he all work. This year is full of activities for our stu- dent hody. There will he games at which to cheer, clubs to participate in, dances to go to, and honors to receive. All activities of this year are captured in this 1962 LaFamac. This hook is a hook of memories and the games, activities, and dances we take part in today will hecome TOMORROW? MEMORIES, memories of the future. Mary Gray Teague Editor-in-chief I PM I , fo I f 'J ' X-ff f-Nr-7 my IXII J J 1' I I II ,.J fi 'lj If 'iI N7 I I I.: .J 577 If LI H9 fi I I I I13I,I i IIIIII1' T, WI I 1aTT'j I-jmgwjm.-I I,-Inq' I, 1, 1. ,, I, I I , -uw: .,r1,f', -.I '-.gi"F- ,GW ,WV:g.,'.! : ,zHI,rw . I - Iv, I,.qI, I I. 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A ,Q . f Q 0 .R 9 I ,M l A -324, 1. ' I I'-f Mi '. K 'vi nf' , ' ' N . , ff ,,.A Y - Ak iii sqhm A i .f Utne-4 ,Q 'MJ ' .MA ' b-hggj , ' ....., , ..,,- 1 V MWWM M Qhuuuug' Mr. Jim Carruth, Director of Visual Aids YH I9 20 I 21 11 . 'SN 'JIS A .V ' 'A l A "A MW Mr. Zollle Bowden, Assist- , : 2' 3 1 'E E- W ant Superintendent in ' . ' S charge of finance W ,, i , 3 i' ' 5 , 'aw E . I I ' . X t l .I 1 l .2 -lffzs A g - 11 if g I if A I Virfr- N , 5.5! Q fl7rom l. to r.l , Sl , Secretaries, Mrs. Parsons, ,. el if? f 5 Mrs. Mclsamb, Mrs. Pow- ' f f Q A Q ers, Mrs. Bullard, and Mrs. ,,..,- qs f- we 2.- .XA 1, s . t Q'-A , Breden V, . X, l 'TN -s . xt 'rw 3 A" .3 l . ' - cas-ii? 'li-..-Q. ... N. - K A .. . in i S , . , . X j.. 4 : X x 1 - Q XX ,A Y 1 . n Dr. Willard S. Swiers. Assistant Superintendent in charge Mr. C. Reid Ross. Superintendent of City Schools of instruction I2 Central Office Staff The Head of Our School - The Principal 11 ,. . pri av- v 1:3 JOHN T. SASSER 'L"i"i-L. '-" ---..,..,, ""'i1'---in --xi The responsibility of keeping our school-the machinery of education-running smoothly and efficiently lies in the hands of our principal, Mr. John T. Sasser. With- out his many efforts and ceaseless devotion to his duties, this institution of learning could never have progressed as it has. Fayetteville Senior High has always stood out in the field of education: and as long as it remains in such capable hands, it will continue to do so. Board of Education Mr. Neill A. Currie, Jr., Chairman Mr. Allie Atkinson Mrs. Dan S. Currie. Jr. Mr. Murray F. Hall Rupert E. Bullard Mr. Purdy D. Faircloth Mr. Mr. J. W. Hensdale D1-, J, M, Harry Mr, L. L. Rouse Mrs. Harry Stein Mr. J. Kiel Thompson Senior High School Office Staff Q0- Q Q. Mrs. Carter is the secretary and book- keeper. She takes care of the money and general work around the office. '45 s - new R I A R Mrs. Ann L. Wilkins is the registrar. Among her duties are registering new stu- dents and sending transcripts to colleges fx X and handling inquiries about any former et i 'E X students. .X ' xx .1 f i X www fd X n v'T l ff, 7 ..'f3 ' ..J..1s' Mrs. Bullard is the clinic secretary. She handles the attendance and absence re- port, takes care of the sick, and checks people in and out of school. K.-...- Senior Hig h School Lunchroom Staff Our lunchroom staff plays an important part in our Scllool life. Each morning these people work hard tu prepare the nourishing and well-balanced meals, which contribute to the well-being of the students of F.H.S. These people are always willing to co-operate and help the students, when the time comes for suppers or dances in the cafeteria. For this co- operation, we say. "thank youf' Seen at the serving table are Mrs. Orphal, Mrs. Godwin, Mrs. Moore, and manager Mrs. Dance. 5 1 - i " , ,A , K . sas Cashiers, Mrs. Baucum and Mrs. Inman, stop counting money for a picture. 6 ,I-1, - 1. sf Mrs. Monroe, supervisor of cafeterias, and Mrs. Humphreys, cashier, pose by the food. .,t kv V, Y 5 e i s P .W The importam kitchen help stop for a moment's rest. I5 i mc. I 'xii ,,. S L N. 3 L5- 3 s 'E 1? i, X I 52 if 3 5. ua .W F.. x, x ax, . ky fu., QA .., 2,1 Q -ll Fw ' 0 433: .Huy .vw 1 .5 xxx' 'Ni W sv .X 'wg A N -5- .--WX .r ix fx 1 Q F: .X gf F , 5 L1 I-ix I A-,fl jj fe f fx X Lfng LJ J , JL 7 Lf ,3 f: VL. , if uq I...- ff rn Q - ,-.X-N-,mvgw , ef. Q, cs. x Ni xi. .X xt ia, R it .f s 2'f9!g- M, 5,3 X - ,Q 2. l , , tw 'N Xl' If N. .,. X DEAN OF GIRLS Mrs. Nancy Blackrnon This is the first year that our school has had Deans. Our Deans are responsible for working with problem students, doing odd jobs around the office, and checking in and out students before these students check with the clinic. -' iawgfv mix 9 Si-fit g ne, ww E'- IP1 ir it 5 QAXYAQX t ,tit gs DEAN OF BOYS Mr. Percy Warren r-News .Rf IS' s X s ,Q K, z tv, .X , 1 a fi x X xx b . 1 . X Our Important Deans 1 'af A is ix t egg. we Q35 . X x X w Art is the practical application and further development of skills The art program is intended to help the student understand him- ' self and the beauty around him. The preparations for the National Scholastic Art Award include unbaked brick carvings, water color, R the campus with student art works. Mrs. lnez Cloud Brooks, our art teacher, graduated from George Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville, Tennessee with a B.A. degree. This is the first year that Mrs. Brooks has been a member of our staff. Previously she had been dividing her time among the city schools. im She and her classes are responsible for the show cases and V decorations of our school. Guidance gives unlimited help Guidance is a necessary part of school life, since most students con- sult with the guidance counselor on various matters. Students are advised on planning high school curriculum in preparation for college or post high . school jobs. nm- , l to .S .a D. 77'-41 g xi?" 1i,,4fJ N ll L '. gill? .ll I- .u N Q A TY 5' lvl 4'4" ik? colored inks, tempera, oil. and mixed media. These classes beautify ,J ,. a hug.. ..- Mr. .lunius Long Capelmrt Jr., the guidance counselor, graduated with a HS. and MA. degree from East Carolina College in Greenville, N. C. I9 N ,,.., Y xxx X' vx x .fig 'J -s. , vi.-' R . , A ,g Mrs. Mary Frances Elvey, English III teacher, graduated from Florida State University with a B.M. de- gree. Mrs. Marjorie Ellen Nickel, Eng- lish teacher, graduated from In- diana University with a B.S. de- gree in Education. She is working on her Masters degree at Indiana University. Writing, grammar, and literature Mrs. Elizabeth Davis Herring. head of the English Department and English and Algebra teacher. graduated from Greensboro College with an A.B. degree. She is sponsor for the Student Council and the Student Forum, Mrs. Dorothy Anderson Car- ruth, English III and IV teach- er, graduated from Duke Uni- versity with a B.A. degree. Mrs. Eleanor Doak Safran, teacher of English HI, Jour- nalism. and Drama. graduated from N. C. State and UNC with an AB. degree. She is working on her Master's de- gree at N. C. State. She is sponsor for the Bulldog, Dra- ma group, and Senior play. Mr. Alex Eugene Dunn, Jr., English teacher, graduated from Bob Jones University with a B.S. degree. He will be working on his Haste-r's degree next semester at UNC. He is sponsor for the Hi-Y. kms-an are major parts of English 4 i The English Department is separated into two main sec- tions: the required courses and the elective courses. The required courses, English II through English IV, include ex- tensive study of grammar. sentence structure, spelling and word study, composition. and literature. The elective courses -advanced composition, creative writing, speech, drama, and journalism-offer specialized help in speaking and writ- ing. Miss Emma Lee Davis, English IV and advanced composition teacher, received her A.B. degree from East Carolina and her M.A. degree from Stetson University. She is assistant sponsor for the National Honor Society. Mrs. Mary Shuler McMillan, English and Basic Mathematics teacher, received her A.B. degree from W.C.U.N.C. She is sponsor for the LIIFZNIIHC and the Scottish Dancers. r7"'fI'l ,Z Miss Louise Young Fitz- gerald, English IV and 1235, f Creative Writing and -s .-. 'gm VM. U . f 2- . Speech teacher, T6CC1VSd 1 ' U-K U a ' i her M.A. degree from ' 1?fi'f5 r U.N.C. 5- '21i'1?'i-.5 ffff Yi J ., ,,,,:'1':,Egi , .2 'V A , , , 355 'feifi23 . i:'iiQf"- , H fi"- .- ,E--LJ 71' '- f. if at X , f' VM , I 5 A , .. Miss Caroline Lee Swaim, ka, ' English teacher, graduated ii KmM"'-'fm from East Carolina Col- lege with a BS. degree in Education. s Z'-1' J 5 V ' A - "" v' " .il 4 17 , .br ,, 1-if v WM. ,- a 'v' u 'ia R 1 . Y - 55: 11 '- . ' f fl . ' E '15 ' " '1 fin '-'rf' 13 ' ,, of 2l xx -", ,Q Mr. Thomas Hugh Price, teacher of distrib- utive education, received his A.B. degree gs :wx from the University of Miami, his M.A. degree from Appalachian State Teachers Q, College, and his M.Ed. degree from the University of-North Carolina and is now " r--" working on his Doctor's degree. He is ad- M visor for the DE Club P ' . . . 'H fe ffl af-as ' ' 1 f "W 5 -' Y? X X f 1 " ' e V . .. .5 S r r .XS .f Ae, '- 'f in v get ii .. .-.t .'.r ' K wi. 4 i ' r :sf 1 1 A we - . 1 Distributive Education is a course designed to give prac tical on-the-job training in the selling field-retail, whole sale, and services. Training is given in selling, merchandis XX ing, advertising, display, stock room, shipping, buying, managerial duties. and instruction, leading to personal work, etc. D.O. and D.E. teach the practical application of learning Diversified Occupations is a course designed to give prac- tical training in the industrial trade and related services such as auto mechanics, book-binding, textiles, electrical work. machine shop, printing, radio service, nurses aide, dental assistant, etc. :yrs-i.,u - s .,,..,v , , -..N .- s-X'f'i'f'Cx . 22 Tilden William Bridges, teacher of Diversified Occupations - and Mechanical Drawing, received his B.S. degree from N. C. State College and is working on his Master's degree. He is advisor for the D.O. Club. N N-. Y I 14 M ' -4,4 ld Our Music Department includes The Girls, Clee Club. the Mixed Chorus. Orchestra, Music Theory. and Band I, ll, and III. The vocal music courses include instruction in breath control, tone placement, voice classification. diction, vocal techniques, note reading. scales, intervals, and rhythm, while instrumental music instruction courses include technical material to enable the student to advance his performance level. Practice is held during school hours and many times out of school for performances given throughout the year. Mr. Forrest T. Ray, Clee Club and Chorus director, graduated from Westminster Clmir College with a B.M. degree. Mr. William Francis Adcox, instructor of Instrumen- tal Music, graduated from UNC with A.B. and M.E. degrees. He sponsors all band activities. Music performances involve practice 'hun--U-4 Q, , .. if 4-154-75 with Q 1 if S 1 ' tw'-x . 1 f ge E .. ,Allis " ui . Mrs. 'ftilina Godwin, French ll and Senior Eng- lish teacher, graduated from Flora MacDonald College with a B.A. degree. She is working on her Mas- ter's degree at Western Carolina. She is super- visor for an associate teacher. For the student who intends to pursue the study of foreign languages in later life, the language department of FHS has complete courses in two modern foreign lan- guages and Latin. Students learn a practical working vocabulary. pronunciation, sen- tence structure. and the history of that country or countries in which that language originated. To assist the student in the study of modern languages, the language lab has recently been added, and is a great help in learning pronunciation. 'KSN Qi ' X tt f Q .... Y mis... 4 Mrs, Bonita Lipton, Spanish and English teacher, graduated with a B.S. degree from Purdue Uni- versity. Mr. Robert Cillnian Carr, Span- ish II and HI teacher, graduated from the University of Tenn. with B.A. and M.S. degrees. He sponsors the Spanish Club. Mrs. Blanche DuPree Hodul, English IV and French I teacher, graduated from Mere- dith College with an A.B. de- gree. She is a sponsor of the French Club. French, Spanish, and Latin help us fo understand ly Y - ,'., X.-.ffl -. z. 1' s- i ' .. .w w ,ff Ns ., .N Xxx X I as-ff o' x -.i9k5'f. xi:-a s-Q w,.Qx!ef35 - x X QNX tv hu ,, . t if .,,.. -X Ttlg,.i.Kw:. . : x.x.g:.Q5: . ' ' -Y? .E .. .'.+,'qti' ' . ' V' . -.X t--f ,.-sbt: .Q-.gr .gs'gg.f:-Q R X WX Q - wax ? Q., , .cX3,:Q.. K ' fi t' 1 S if Wixsx ' t. 'Yiiks' f 15513 .W , ' " x i- ,X . ......- S S TF S Qs lx'-w X gk , xv... 1-1 we is t 4 A 'xg ' people in foreign N. I c 1 r it f if lifes 7 X f5f.:f'a H , We , ' t fr V V!! 2 ' . 34 .- iz . 3: V. , , fi 6' . - r g - ,QP . 4 f A ,r W xr: X Q .- I ,, X- X W.. I, Xx.,..Nl,,,,,,,,, co unfries bm., I .J Z' M" ' 4. v -M 1 f' X565 l l rg.. Q ev' u 'Q' 17" Mrs. Patricia Tyson Glass, Spanish teacher, graduated with an A.B. degree from the University of Georgia. She sponsors the Spanish Club. TH- 'VX " 4,.' Miss Margaret Ann Riddle, teacher of French I and III and English ll, graduated from Duke University with an A.B. degree. f C ixl'tX 'Q I I NN tk 4 has ,Q Miss Mamie Edna McLaughlin, Latin teacher, graduated from Flora MacDonald College with a B.A. degree. Mr, Archiha.ld Memory Mc- Millan, English and Latin teacher, graduated from Wake Forest College with a B.A. degree. He is a sponsor for the Latin Club. z , -gf . l 45 t iiif Te r ff' - K, K .Y V 1 - ts A l . ,W ' r 3 ju i 6 . N -1 '- ' . . xiii? VKX. f -'v'1 ,,,ff'-,.fi1rwQ,g iii I' li' I if ' l i . X . - .- .f X - 1 feels? 1 4, .L. ,:IS?A 5. 25 I" Boys and girls in the l0th and llth grades are re- quired to take Physical Education. Uniforms, towels, and W lockers are provided. Both team and individual activi- ties are taught, Conditioning, fundamental skills, rules, ii it 'C Yxni practice of skills, actual play, and, in most cases, tourna- ' 'fi' if ,gy ment play are included in each activity. These activities C' K include volleyball, basketball, tumbling, table tennis, softball, and badminton. 1 , 'gs . ,'- siic i Mr. Raymond Elmore Luper, Geography teacher and football coach, graduated from ' Duke University with an AB. degree and from ' UNC with a M.E. degree. 26 lfii, f A-1 ,. X . . t. .. ll. ..x l l A P9 x X M , S g as ,. wx, V -5 'J , 1 tt t . 1 Miss Mary Christine Cherry, Physical Edu- cation instrnctor, graduated from Women's College of UNC with a B.S. degree in Physical Education. She sponsors the Girls' Athletic Association and the Tri-Hi-Y. Mr. Robert Kay Reynolds, Physical Education instructor, graduated from UNC with an A.B. degree in Physical Education. He sponsors Athletics and Intramurals. Practice in sports brings about endurance Books increase knowledge rx fix The library is open to all students for reference work. checking out books, and recreational reading during the school day and before and after school. Students who work in the library are instructed-in all non-professional library routinesg and. as they advance, they become re- sponsible for circulation and shelving. if if l ', 4.- P Mrs. Mabel Ogburn Surles, librarian, received her BS. degree from East Carolina. She is sponsor for the Library Club. Home Economics includes problems in clothing, family relations, meal preparation and food conservation, health and home safety, improved housing. and child care. Home Economics II is open to sophomores and juniors who have had Home Economics l, and Home Economics III is a continuation of Home Economics II. O . I ling- 5 Mrs. Cleo Blackwell Warren, Home " Economics and Biology teacher, re- .fm ceived her A.B. degree from Greens- ! boro College. She is sponsor for f Marshals. 'A IN 'S ' Miss Nancy Carolyn Branson, Home , Economics II and III teacher, re- , makers of America. LJ ceived her B.s.H.E. from W.C.U.N.C. She is sponsor for the Future Home- NXN- 13' Ni Practice af homemaking makes good homemakers Mrs. Nancy Hedrick Black- mon, teacher of Business Arithmetic, graduated from Wake Forest College with an A.B. degree. She is the Sen- ior Class Sponsor. 'Wrrv .am Mr. James Lawrence Allen, Algebra, Trig, and Solid Ce- ometry teacher, graduated from UNC with AB. and M.Ed. degrees. I A - .tkraegg I " we f. .VW -Q , A Ty? 'V iff' ' ' X tv xx ESQ,-.. - .ws-gt. Q Af' 'f-,t ,- J -v"?9l'Q. ff 'tsyyi-X .rt . 1 , .- ... -is ,nag . ' . .5 t. L., J, , 28 -s.p-nv-N" Mrs. ,loyce Pearl Baldi, teacher of Geometry, Algebra II and Ill, graduated from Montclair State College, New Jersey, with an A.B. degree. Mrs. Virginia Pennington Autry, Geometry teacher, graduated with an A.B. de- gree from Maryville College, Maryville, Tenn. She is spon- sor for the Junior-Senior prom. The Mathematics Department includes courses in Basic Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Business Arithme- tic and Advanced Senior Math. These subjects are designed to increase the student's understanding of mathematical V terms and his ability to compute various math problems. These courses contribute greatly to the studentls ability to t think logically in solving the problems of daily life. rnwxx sw -. ' , WRXWiJZQIFSNYNit-s4E'1k'f If-SS5,1.i:g 315. P' vt :Nbr-ere: nv- 'X' 1. -NX . X.1L :if :3tX,S,,lQ9115SvLSiwgg Ax SNXXSXXN NE WNWYT TUIQT ii T miliiiigtilwi A li x x x +X tow XNQQQ N x Nw New -N. .,-.,- N xx, - af. .-.ASKK ixx .s :MN t X s QX x kt M Y XNXN. Y ' l.xf35't5fwK' 'Q' 'i 1 W ill S, 5- SAW' Wir:-:r.'i'N 5 ' 'X ie. XXV? X X X 11X w mwtitfit X- -.,XXt ,, ,W .itat Q53 sz, ,. Q N9-gS?,5 .XQ3i.l.. ANY' T R- .i N N x N it its ' XSTSQ X Q t X X X X X Q x - we Q - to :sic X N NX NX xxx NX N x X X N N X N X Q 5. rs to X S s X that . 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Business Arithmetic is a higher degree of basic math which will assist the student in later life, especially in handling the business affairs of himself and those in the business office. For the college minded student who aspires to have a good background for college two other courses have been added: Algebra Ill, and Advanced Senior Math. These both deal in advanced algebra and the introduction to set theory and group theory. ,f-.,, , .- F -were. . ., oz 'NN M QS tw- , 'Sf - Nw. J. N ' 3 5 f ws.. Q 41.13 U N uf ' Q , Miss Rachel Middleton Clif- ford, U.S. History and S0- ciology teacher, received her A.B. degree from W.C.U.N.C. and her M.A. degree from Columbia University. Mr. Solon Russell Cotton, World History and T.V. World H i sto r y and Geography teacher, received his AB. degree from Duke. Mrs. Helen Mason Haigh, U.S. History and English II teacher, received her A.B. de- gree from St. Mary's Jr. Col- lege and W.C.U.N.'C. vi' I ' I ,N .itz 145339 uiqtg fl.. ' , . 5555 ., ,gg A Social Sciences help us - wx si ai' X 3 - X.. S kj W X, ,. 'X .E W ., , xxx-X . mx ::,..'mNt:GXisNt fit'- Q SXXW , r V Vx.. st J" , .ff at 92,5 "um '-3 XX K new ., .9 30 lx . i ,x.. , NH J to ...- .MM V.. -V ..... s Q . .1 me ,x mt .gxg N-- xxxet.,. , X N ...uni The Social Studies Department includes United States history, world history, geography, government, economics, and sociology. These courses aid students in understanding the political, social, and economic forces which have in- fluenced, and continue to influence, the course of mankind in the world. .understand our country and others Dorothy Douglas Hall, U.S. hist ry and biology teacher. received her de- gree from Flora Macdonald College. She is sponsor for Future Teachers. o . I f- f 'ff , , .Fail Vw' . N .x ,M 4 fa' ,I .....,,, Q if f " ' ,A f-'N ' - 7-' H Q5 -'EZ ffifsvg, ici. AM-auf X Robert Brooks Smith, sociology, ec- onomics, and US. history teacher, re- ceived his B.S. degree from East Carolina College L- l l James Hugh Wease, U.5. history and government teacher, received his BS. degree from East Carolina College and Gardner Webb College. He is working for his Master's degree from U.N.C. He is the sponsor for the Key Club. nj?"-1 li : , .,.k. .,, ,, , 1 Y 9. x faq N, K 1 N QI X x , 2 X,., x X-sw 8 We-... f:-ZS'-iv: -. .- X x-:+5a1.1:g:2's'M 52.312-2-'2I',:', -V.-,fm - ..,.. V , ,V X ' 1g:f51:1gig15.525555225.5251zflaiafrfsiasi2:2sis,-5:2:?5F551sE2's1. :ir '2EE5:E1Qf55I.- , -' -. H t' - wrfaggikrf--:f-re - - "" - - ,:.1.:, is so ::j:,,,. 5 5 fear' j ,fi -' s.. ' . xo -' gg. i g' I ' 1 5 .,.,,i.:,.:. , .-gf-'li' 'rs-.J"' :s??Q:55"' , - t. V . -1::.- -:sf ., " gixr,1g:9:r-X ni wr - . 3 2 Mrs. Lalauce Planck Williams, biology teacher, graduated from Florida State University with a BS. degree. ,0- Mr. Edgar Lynwood Mane-ss, biology and physical education teacher. graduated from East Carolina College with a BS. degree. He sponsors athletics. Wt. , Miss Angela Frances Earp, biology and English teacher, graduated from Wake Forest College with a BA. degree. She sponsors the Future Nurses Club. Mrs. Katherine Lee McCormick, chemistry and geometry teacher, graduated from UNC with a BS. degree. Science is necessary fc . A ---' -'rf' ' lack Mt-Cinley, biology and P.E. teavlier, received his BS. and M.Etl. tle- grce from Wake Forest and U.N.C. He is coarli for sports The Science Department is comprised of three courses: biology. a required course . t ,g for sophomores, surveys the plant and animal kingdom: chemistry. an elective l studied IH the junior and senior years. is a study of elements. composition. and the changes of rnatterg physics. offered to juniors and seniors. is an elective with a pre- l requisite of advanced mathematics and is the study of matter and motion. especially energy and its transformation in relation to matter. All science courses have regular 5 laboratory periods for the benefit of the students. t l N04 ' I A4-lla, """""' Boyd Lee Newnam, chemistry and l x", physical education teacher, received his l M.Ed. from the U.N.C. He is track coach and football assistant. l t i l l Percy A. Warren, physics teacher, re- ceived his BS. degree from Wake A W Forest. He is sponsor for the sophomore 2, C ass. ,. J Fi, xg I V f 'x 7 ' i ,vim Y.. 'Il 1 I .r ' rogress in this modern age 33 Mrs. Dorothy Pilley Sasser, teacher of Short- hand l and II, bookkeeping, and office ma- chines, graduated from Woman's College of UNC with a B.S.S.A. degree. 'TFP , ,,.,.-w"' H Q Business Education is training for the business world , X' slit 3 - iii ' K' " ' , .1--R15-Q 5 3 Mrs. Emelle C. McNeill, typing, shorthand, ' g n. J" -QM A ,-4 and bookkeeping teacher, graduated from I -I . sf' rr ' " " - ' ' -X - - g - S- - srl . .Qti x Pfeiffer College with a BS. degree. She spon- 'sf X sors the Future Teachers' Club. .. li, ff. sf 1114- A1' D 1 D V ' U E H111 11 11 .1 . .cv , . A Ls ice orotiv owmn , n isi an as 1, 1+ Q, .,. .if 1 .1 W: gh w - ' U r: 1 xiii - Q.-Si? 13' W in . ' -,134 typing teacher, graduated from Wake Forest 3, - L NA College with a B.A. degree. She sponsors the 1 X i -s Y --'- 1' f H:fv'-tif' X w -"- .r j '- . . W1 Future Nurses Club. , X 'i 1Q""'-N--. " s "'- ' 5' Ui' 51 , V 5' ix ' Craps tire., ., 1 s. . we "i' 'C 1" ' "Qt , , K. ,g,., .X qi! X nm. gr xx .I -Q ,ax-1 Q - Jil: Q Q-EY '- x r-.Lf - i i.. 411,15 'ir - 12:1 :' - with s ys if 'tr'- sv- . P .4 - . -1.252-:1.fef'f.i14wlZ ei X , sae Miss Lenora Horton Albright, teacher of typ- ing, bookkeeping, and general business, grad- uated from Columbia College with a HS. de- gree. She sponsors the Cheerleaders and the Miss F.H.S. Contest. Mrs. Carolyn ,lean Newton. teacher of Typing I and II, graduated from Atlantic Christian College with an A.B. degree. QQ fi.-P I Qt., ' .. gs " N '13 s X R M -z, ' . Business Education includes typewriting. shorthand. bookkeeping, basic business information. and office practice. These courses pre- pare students to enter the field of business. Instruction is given in the use of office machines. in the keeping of records for small business concerns. and in the development of stenographic skills. Student teaching is the preparation for careers 3 fa 5, , ' i -515' 4.5 : ' X K4 : 1 , 5 if 'P ft 4 ' El n v 4 -., A Ai 4 ' . 'jjx '-wg' fb' A 41 ei N fi 4' x X 2 iii' 4 l 'ii' X V? i 915,51 -3 'I f f at -if ,E-' .sswkw ' - ' 72,3 ' :- .1 1h l- V Y iv .31-, ' IP, ' is - w fi . " ' fit: 'iii 3i.f5, 'i i-7 'Y' e ' 4 i' ,J-. , A 'it-za: tts., 4,-N W, Miss Linda Margaret Clayton Mr. Harold Campbell Smith, Jr. Miss Florence Stacy We-aier Here at F.H.S. we have three associate teachers. These teachers are taking part in a fifth-year program at UNC for those college graduates with a BS. or a BA. degree who do not have a teacher's certificate, but who would like to teach. These stu- dents, who must have a B or a B+ average, competed for an eighteen hundred Scholar- ship Fund for the Advancement of Education, and began study the summer after graduation from their college. This year they spend practice teaching and taking graduate coursesg and next summer, they receive their Master's degree and a teaching certificate. i A.V. makes films, projectors, and recordings available i The A.V. room supplies educational equipment used in various courses for a more effective and interesting , class. Films, filmstrips. projectors. recordings. and l i controlled readers are furnished through this depart- ment. Mr. Harry iNIacWynne, gt-ngrapliy ti,-at-li:-r and A.V. Coordinator, graduated from Atlantic Cliri-Ii.1n College with an JMB. de- ree. He has received his Blast:-ii degree from East Carolina r 35 V ' T' . ' - ' 4 ,"" A qw f WS .,,L ' N W f, v QM WW +.fLasMa"' K in fa. wg!" , ,gn I l F M W 'WM , ,,, 'Erin 'Q " 'rm ':: ,Z I Agi , "' I f Lv av ff . , J -fig 3 ii! '43 Q 1 l " JQV' v- ae ' .5 f W in ' , A.A Q - Q, 1,-,,- WYMW 4 I :NS - X A s M -QS ,fm N N 9 2 1 It X S or xp se! 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' -'gh 1 - ' ' Q- r QE ins.- "-K I x , 1, Q11 Q p i' Nxt. . : . - . Ax!! "Dear George. it has been wonderful knowing "Dear MJ., It has been wonderful knowing you this year." you this year." N George Pinksfon BEST LCOKING Patricia Rouse 1 .Q 1 Lf in ' N L Sfewarf Smith F lflil- 55 AWARDS I Dare You Books Commercial Award , Senior High Band Awards: Service Medal , .,.f7,,,,.. . Senior Leadership ,ii...,,, Senior Service Medal ,...,...,,,,,,,......,,,,,, National Arion Foundation Medal ...,c,c, Key Club Awards: Sandy Nininger Award .,...s 1961 .. ,,,,, Lloyd Dunn Harry Ellis Barbara Hewett ,, Charles Williams Richard Milgram Karen Houston Mike Jones Laura Williams Key Club Award ....,,,,,, ,,..,,, ...,,.,...... B en Sutton D.A.R. History Award s,s.,...,.... .aeu u,.r,.... ,a.,.... K e n Kennedy A.M. Myrover Mathematics Award .......,.,tt,,tt,.,...7..,tt, .,,.....,... K ay Reynolds Katherine Vardell Williamson English Award ,,i,......a,,,ttt.,..,...,a, Lloyd Dunn The Louise Black Scholastic Award ..,,,,,,,r,..e,. Ken Kennedy l98.1 avg.l American Legion Auxiliary Cup ..,..,,,,t ,, ,,,.... .,,.,... Clara Jones Diversified Occupations Club Award ,c,,..,. D.A.R. Citizenship Awards: Good Citizenship 1SophomoreJ ,r.,.... . ,. Good Citizenship lSeniorj Pilgrim Good Citizenship Pilgrim Uuniorl Salutatorian Cup ...,.., ,,t,.,t,,,,. . ., Valedictorian Cup ,..,,,t ,, Sportsmanship Award ,,,...,......,,c,, Most Valuable Athlete Award ...,,,t, Stedman Essays: Junior Senior .,::,:,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,:,,,:r,. ,,,, Courtesy Cup .,r.,:.,.:...,,,...,,:,,,,,,,,,,, Binai B'rith Scholarship Award ,,,,,, Lions Club Scholarship .s.,,:,,,::,,:,, Mary Fields Jones Scholarship .,.,.,,, Key Club Scholarship :,,,,,:,::,: Student Council Scholarship ,,:,r Service Cup ,,,,,,,,,:,r.,,,r: ,,,,,.,,,,, Challenge Cup ..:.:,,,,:, , :,,:,:,,,, Choral Music Award ,,,....,,,.,,,,,,,,, Civitan Good Citizenship Award .,,,. Wlolff-Fleishman Scholarship .,,.,,, Home Economics Awards ...,,,.,.,, 56 Marina Harris Mary Baluss Mary Gray Teague Kay Reynolds Barbara Pawl Billy Clark Robert Bittle Susan LaBonne Jim Fish Doug Byrd David Herring Judy Barbee Maurine Cain ,. Danny Copeland Ray Johnson Mae Murchinson John Hans Tarpley Charlotte Lewis Billy Clark Barbara Pawl Martha Jane Hanlet Sandra Fair 1962 , J' V I MISS FHS COURT 1961-1962 The Miss F.H.S. Contest is an annual event which the Junior Class sponsors for the purpose of raising money for the Junior-Senior Prom. After three hectic nights of competition a queen and her court are chosen to reign throughout the year. xi YXQV A iii if iw if ' so S ri f ff' ff m El Wi, ,QF 152 PM ,jeff f if if p . six! N ksi QQNZ 5 Y hmm ..r, it in iff! Q' 12 V 1 'M X Q sa r 9 G9 . ,gi N is ' R iv: e A xxx sw E ' N is gf" Q 'fi ew ' f f ws - - N " 'H' V 5' ' P 'C' if 58 Q 4' 5 q N l f F .fs Q w . gi, -M, 1, ' 1 1 I 1 X , K K f i 1' ' ' 'i L .K ' ' r ' :fi"ff2"' f ,1 +, -,1 ,,Q3v-1150. Mary Jane Lambeth-Senior Sandra JulianfSenior lst runner-up 2nd runner-up Q F' A.. . a N J l W ' z K" i ' i I f I ",3"5l':.- I E y 1-:Fife rig g , . ff f 'Cr' ,Q E ' if f 1 QI 1 ' ' fly ij 'F' K ,V Q i, ii ,xl .X I J H V LINDA PEOPLES Finalists in the Miss FHS W! Contest vote on a junior A W lv, ,, Uirl for the title "Miss V V V, V , , . md Eongenialityhn This year 4Mvz.mm,5 ,.., . , .V ,, 4. ,L .,,..e,,.:iSvL. they elected Linda Peoples Jean Carolyn Jones-Senior and presented her with 3 Kathy Hair--Junior 3rd runner-up silver charm bracelet' 4th runner-up 5, 5 Q 5. if starr!!! i ,,.,, ,, -mv, 1, ,,,: 13 A Beverly Poole 1 7 V Mary Gray Sophomore Teague Sth runner-up ' N is Senior ' 6th runner-up . KQFT' ' 3' ' Q 7? Es ' - f f L-, fi'Qw.gg2,1afQ'f i 59 from this beglg to W 5' wzffmi 4 1 7L 'V 4 4 -'4 1 I - XS: Our fmrahed product! ! JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM - 1961 W. 4 152' as 1 The Junior-Senior Prom is one of the main events of the year, and the 1961 Junior- Senior Prom was no exception. Wind chimes. a running brook, a crystal ball, and the music of Rudy Lamone all provided this oriental background to say uSayonara" to the class of 1961. QR Waiters and waitresses are voted on by the junior class. This year's waiters and waitresses are ffrom l. to L1 Holly Williams, George Collins, Diana Orr, Wayne Byrd, C ud Taylor, Jen- ni er ox, an Jerry Wilson. King Bobby Moore, and Queen Glenda Langford were chosen to reign over the Junior-Senior Prom by popular vote of the junior and senior classes. -s TI 'ig-55.2 -we N, Xxfvsfw 13.'??11:g19q,jvw 1,--.lies 4 x I N N: U , ' 5 ., if X- K -get Q V .ht t -g . J' 5511! 'l 'Fig' l lf' ' , r i J' ,: - X W 'nv ,l' , With the crackling of the fire and the cheering of the students, the Homecoming activities of 1961 were open. 62 C' 7? Our beautiful and charming Homecom- ing Queen, Miss Molly Tipton McColl, is pictured here with her sponsor, Mr. Larry Harris. She was chosen to reign over the Homecoming activities by her fellow classmates. All senior sponsors were eligible for the honor. P ,.J,., ,A'k V ' .8 . . 'V ' 'Kf L'gja.P1"P"fS- ' - f q p., if Izumi cam 4- mm Bryan .fi Ti K W -A ' 'i i 47. in-ui un:--n . ,. - 1 X 5 , Q' i " - - ' Q " '57 I ,, - u ,jg -Y. A A Q' A fn in I 0 i ,af ' f - 1,1 f . ., Y Q, ' Hairy Cray Tl.'1lgllll"' - K . ' ' . j F4-rrul Pfriliwnflson I K I xx' I '- 6- , K X Tvrrv Jean Fawcett- 'T Gail Ferguson- .ierry Frawicy QQ f' -X N-N ff Barbara Cockfield-- Sum Cromarliqv V 5 X, ummy Cuy Uunnvn Gilvsfff- NX Mary Jam- Lanilmeth- X Ta-cl Rhodes w .vw Kuy llulllwws- Jimmy Iiurris Ihmnyi 'lbvvnsf-nd n , iNG 00,6 Suzanne Rouse- i Bobby Pippin Sandra Julian- Tummy Iuiiucci nu"!'-L X , -iii , 9 Aff., -' gs? .. ii Sp0n:n"1'li iiv LKHRN H XRRIF Prilririu Rnusr- " Fkippvr 5-mith Sinn Humphrnys- ' 'NI sl i.ln1l-ay 4 'i 4' i The gay achvmes The gay activities started with the roar of the bonfire, followed by the inspiring pep rally by the cheerleaders. The spirit was tremendous and the excitement was high. The cavalcade went off on time and the shiny new cars fand a truck! ll showed off the beautiful girls to their fullest. Then it was game time! The husky boys made their grand en- trance. The crowd cheered. yelled, and screamed to their fullest. The spirit ran high. Then came the climax, the dance. Alumni were honored and old acquaintances were renewed. 1 W Wtgt fi 'T L' W T R G 'KKJ it V U ' V yyyyvyxy , X :gt We W 4 ' nf' of homecoming 4 -42 u 4 l I I W--P Y 7 Q , ig, I i, Lg 1 MARSHALS Marshals, who are chosen by the senior class, usher at the Senior Play, Awards Night, and graduation and are as follows: ffrom left to right starting from the topzl David Padgett, Phil Dunn, Nancy Stewart, George Collins, Mary Baluss, Doug Polk, Betty White, Pete Caxdill, Pa? Northcutt, Terry George, Mary Segeski, Greg Chrisafis, Kris Romstad, Holly Williams-Chief Marshal, and Bud Taylor -, ssistant hief. l 65 www-M ui 4.3014 , ' ig. X-Lf wus? ,, ,ww A ,595 fzf 11 :,,,,,KQ,,w, 'ix 'lg I 3 3 -'xt Q'-,Za-'ix 1:4-J3:ugfg'i:: , viii?-.efL' mm 1 zizwyfq ' . :ws ,,,:,:,g.u I .X x . W :Kg X1 fx Qs, X I rh A Q 2 ZR? C5 N U Z A T Z7 CD K N S The Student Council fosters a spirit of co-operation among the students and faculty, upholds high standards of personal conduct, and co-ordinates and encourages student activities for the best interest of the school. During the spring term of each year, Student Council officers are elected by Australian ballot from the rising senior, junior, and sophomore classes. The members of the council must maintain a scholastic average of C and ,a B average on i -, .1 .J H' xx Mrs. Blackrnon is the K X s- - present advisor. Mrs. Herring served as advisor during the first semester. citizenship. cgi ,P-1 Don McCoy gives directions to delegates of the statewide DOH MCCOY, One of the Student Council projects is to raise Student C0l1I1Ci1 COHVCHHOH, President and lower the flag over F.H.S. each day. 'N S9 A " ffl? . Z, x L l . x 1 K ,X I 4 is, X gg I M ' use A Lorraine Black, Holly Williams, Vice-President Secremry 68 held at F.H.S. this year. .1-' X I Q 'i Q 5 'I Doug Polk, Ray Dillard, Treasurer Parliamentarian .4 Q X, AQ' STUDENT COUNCIL A '14 Vice-Presiflerzl: Dan Perry Secrelary: Mary Cray Tc-ugut Treasurer: Andy Augustine Represerzttztives: Doug Culhreth Susan Scarborough Larry Harris Carol Bruce MCl7uyden ,limmie Little, President JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice-Presz'dent.' George Collins Secretary: Kris Romstad Treasurer: Pamm Nortlicutt Representatives: Betty White Terry George Bud Taylor Mary Segesky Phil Dunn, President SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Viee-Pre5ider1t,' Bill Hurt Seerelary: Mary McQueen Treasurer: Alan Pittman Represer1mfz'z'es.' David Holmes Walter Creene Robert Hoyvtte Jimmy Weeks Sllikery Fatdel, Presiderzt K X ix NATI NAL HO OR SOCIETY D Q Q, . Mx- N. - X. ,A mam . 45: an y si X A 5 D Y X- f 'R nik r NR. YYY x.,,... YT .. -Raw., fs ., ,, N-.. 9. r . 1 ,:-wt-R:1.1i?.af, . Q2-A. . ' - - rf:-za-,-S . :rrisiqfig ,. - J INN jf: jf- 4115 " Rf ii' :E'fQfEf:a,.- H1 ' -. i is 'X 'f '- ""' Ray Dillard, Virginia Buess, ,loan Sharp. ,lim Fish Lorraine Black, Susan Bullock, Cynthia Byrd, Kay Ciottoni, Frances Dye, Ella Rose Hall Barbara Hames, Caroline Johnson, Jean Jones, Bill Kampe, Danny LaBelle Ken McAdams, Tommy Mclrmis, Linda Ove-rman, Bob Page, Mary Davis Riddle Mary Gray Teague, Dannis Tharp, Gayle Thomas, Sandra Sunday, Susan Willianis NATIONAL - 4' i HoNoR soclnv I 3 2 E f S 7 S The Thomas M. Hunter Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in Fayetteville Senior High School in 1953 with seventeen charter members. The sponsors were Mr. Sam Edwards. principal, and Miss Hazel Griffin. lVlrs. l , , , Janie Simmerman became sponsor in the fall of 1957 when The Honor Somew at 3 meeting with then founder Mr' Miss Griffin went to State College. The chapter has had two induction ceremonies each year since it began in 1953. At present. there are twenty-five members, all seniors. The Society plans to tap eligible members from the junior class in the early spring. Miss Emma Lee Davis has been co- sponsor for the past two years. Those students eligible are juniors and seniors who have a 92 average as well as the outstanding qualities of leadership, character, and service. Hunter. The officers of the club are: Ray Dillard- President Virginia Beuss- Vice-President Joan Sharpe- Secretary Jim Fish- Treasurer Susan Bullock- Historian Bob Page- Parlizznzenmrian The most able advisors of the Honor Society -Mrs. Simmerman and Miss Davis. Each year the Honor Society presents two impressive induction ceremonies. STUDENT FORUM The purpose of the Student Forum is to create greater understanding and co-operation between the student body and the student council. The officers are Lorraine Black, presidentg David Edwards, president pro temg Ibby Pollard, secretary. Mrs. Blaclimon is advisor. :E A 'x 6. S R .M ' ...X Wx ,Y - y - Sei l , . x Q :Q H 1 Eg P ' I calf Af 59' QE 1 1 ' to 5 1 1-sz ii' ' t s is The Student Forum is composed of one representative from each homeroom. 72 I p . x . S. l xx-.. - ' K1 : wx,,,, Members assemble the student directory, the Buzz Book. The Forum assists the Student Council in the completion of projects: Homecoming flowers, the Student Council barbecue, and Buzz Books. SENIOR HOMEROOM OFFICERS PRESIDENTS VICE-PRESIDENTS W 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 ac- , tivities as the distribution of Buzz Books and the selling of the Barbecue Supper tickets. SECRETARIES TREASURERS VICE-PRESIDENTS JUNIOR HOME- ROOM OFFICERS PRESIDENTS SECRETARIES TREASURERS a minis er omeroo icers o t e 'unior omerooms are Off f h J h h t h b ning of every year. They d t h p J t c osen a t e egin m ro'ecs an cl help the Student Council and Student Forum 1n van- ous projects. VICE-PRESIDENTS SECRETARIES I TREASURERS SOPHOM ORE HOME ROOM OFFICERS PRESIDENTS S ph h ff cho h f ll by h p h merooms. Th ff d h help the FHS S d C 1 d S d F rn in h P J 'nf V V Wally Smith X XS" , s. Q X Q5 :F , - ' X x 3 55, Clark Swiers 2 , Y Larry Barns X X a.? P 7 Ted Rhodes X SX X is " 2 Ferrol Edmunclson 'S' M. lhlilq Pippin 76 Q9- ON G R A tl 4 S I5 SENIORS - PHI EPSILON ' X N 23 up . .XEESA :, A X Jim Barden no X 1 5 ,1 N X - X V Dan Gore ' 2' x: . ...mf .. S S' 'A - ffsgzzzzww K 5 Q 'X if - . . X fwgfg-SNQERX . v if-9'-X+M?N " A Larry Barns ...XWXY 1.,, 1 ., N p --:F .- Norvell Long XX-myf-ym1:qwq -x-- X , X kx"?T' 'LIXERNX X' - X z' ST N If-'Q N - -f i .- XN'5.:.,5A - .gym iw Clarli Swiers JUNIORS X X XX XA Q Tildcn Bridges X X Q wX J XXX XX X X Q: . fir hiss :f 5: Q, s ,, XX X X , Chuck Bris- Bois gif? " Q: A f-f sf " SX XX X X W 3-A .X .X ,Qt Oxy W1 Bobby Pippin Q irifix X 4 5 X X X Danny Townsend - PH Richard Chcroff SOPHOM ORE 11: Billy Breedcn Roger Bullard .tgp WK x5 QS N XX N Xi as X 1 X 4' xsa ' cy. x X Q: Preston Jordan 5 1 f N ww :X - , -X. 1 X' ll XX 1 ' o PM as " I Y I If: E5 v D idx 4- Ct-urge Mc ry I. X.,-.... XX-X X:,:,pg-:MX.- Ngzgrf " ., Fcrrol Edmundson X 4 ix X K X 9 SMX Y Skipper Smith Ji: .f 1255 155.1 w X X N ii Qi Mike Tyndall X f 5. KAPPA i wrcy ., 'J . 3 f O Jerry Fawley Wally Smith 'gigisix' K ss.Y?v-5 A f .V qw f- - X X 9 X X QMS' 4 . ff Ii 'liilis 1- lt . 'Xu XX ' X ' ww Larry Sessom S - ALPHA OMEGA X 1 ixzrxvlf X .- X if John Cudd SSW! YES R351 . 'hi , OL. f ff Dun Warrvn Us Shikery Fndel X X l ,QA l .K . xt-1. F, ,, ., MX 'wit X VP' Kenneth Wood ,. x 1, ,M 1-wx' -A Q. Hank Finch P'r"s :sql-1 ,E K T .1, Xiu X XX XY hi X .i 'T mg X X Charles Yates Hl-Y Wallace Sn1ill1wPrcs1'r1e11t Clark Swiers-Y'ice-President Laurence Barnes-Seereiary Bobby Pippin-Sergeant-at-Arms Ferrol Edniundson-Chaplain Mr. Alex Dunn-Counselor Below is an example of the good natured boys in Hi-Y. -i i gs is -Y' v rw..--. -. vs '- EFI?-51 ,, . w,'-1ffp,,- 1 Here the boys seriously discuss current school problems and political develop- IHCIIIS. - . The Hi.Y is a club con- sisting of boys. The purpose of Hi-Y is "To create, main- tain, and extendw throughout the home, school, and com- munity high standards of Christian character. Members join the club seeking friend- ship, adventure, recreation, and inspiration. They seek to make living better for them- selves, for their friends, and their community. Each club has an adult advisor, whose responsibility is to help mem- bers seleot goals for realistic and, at the same time, remain in harmony with the national Hi-Y purpose. Hi-Y clubs operate on a four-plank plat- form: clean speech, clean sportsmanship, scholarship, and clean living. ,WM hs. TRI-HI-Y President, Tip McCollg vice-president. Mary Martha Lancaster: Chaplain, Nancy Ste-wartg Davis Riddle: secretary. Bonnye Gilesg treasurer. sergeant-at-arms. Mary Humphreys. ,, -W S 47 The Tri-Hi-Y is a club consisting of girls. The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home. school. and community. high standards of Christian character. Members join the club seeking friendship. adventure. recreation, and inspiration. They seek to make living better for themselves, for their friends, and for their community. Each club has an adult advisor. whose responsibility is to help members select goals for positive. personal. and group living. They try to harmony with the national Tri-Hi-Y pur ose. Tri-Hi- their goals realistic and. at the same time, remain in clubs operate on a four-plank platform: clean speech, clean P sportsmanship, scholarship. and clean living. 1 '9 .1 5 ' W f . Q x .. 4 X xv ' The Tri-Hi-Y is L'0Il5itlL'l'4.'Ii the largest organization in FHS. with an f'lll'Ull1llClli of 15-1. 8 Here our glorious tin-can-hand cheers the players on to TRI-HI-Y furious coinbal on the football field. fs 1'-2 The Junior Powder Puff team awaits the inspiring game. K 4.. -L uhm, Q., -Q Q X 1 31 - ' i - ' V+ j + t A s D . Q - -wa--L - 1 - , . .,,.- V -i N , K L Our handsome Senior Powder Puff team prepares for the rough game before them. 2 79 he Scot- 1 1111 11 1111 1111111.11 Sadie H11-. 5 1 11 All Daulcel D.O. officers are. seated left to right: Roger Hob- son, presidentg John Cul- houn, vice-presidentg Ber- ry Scott, secretaryg Leroy Lee, treasurerg George Brown, social di- rectory and standing Mr. Tilden W. Bridges, co- ordinator. Mr. Tilden W. Bridges, co- ordinator. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS 7,512 1 ' T1 .....:..,. wi tis "' '-sr , 5 1 Q tv Q 1 " -h 1 ' ,X E I I 1 1-ef, 'gf'! . ,, C if ' .A 'Kwai .., , , - , A U .--f- -inf' Y " i Q ' , -t'1: t ' tt 'V,t to M . L. Y xl , 1 r ' 555 1 Jim Barden-McFayden Music Store and Instrument Repair. LeRoy Lee-Mumfords Do-lt Yourself Steve Wheeler-Ge-ne's Laundry and Shop. Cleaners. Any student, interested in further study and understanding of the different fields of work, may become a memlper of the D.O. Club. With Mr. Bridges as their advisor, this club strives to promote among students an understanding of the world of work and to develop a deeper understanding of good citizenship. " NYT 1 "" ' V""""'A"'-'Y 'v--Jr--o.,,.,,. W - ...,, 1 T T 1 lp-pi lg V,,4 jp 11 1 1 1 fi ge ef' 1 W 1 1 1 ol me 1 .,,... gl-,fs tl li X H p 1 1 1d ltll-T ig i,l 1 1 ICI' Til - l 1 if I l I ,ly BL X . 1 N11 V . QQLJ: "Tm'j"l Lf U df of iiox Q Q Marvin Brooks-Stock Clerk at Shoe Store. Roger FISZGS-Rug Ckalling at ViUCCl'1i Shields Carpets, Bob Wengert-Rose's. 8' F- . . F- s They may hit the target, but they also score high in sportsmanship. G.A.A. t The G.A.A., or Girls Athletic Association, con- sists of the girls of the gym classes. The girls strive for proficiency in sports, and good sports- N manship. The G.A.A. participates in archery, bowl- 1 ing, volleyball, basketball, badminton, ping pong, l and softball. The G.A.A. offers trophies to home- 1 room teams that excel in volleyball, basketball, and softball, and individual cups for those who excel in badminton and ping pong. Linda Vallandingham is the president, Pan Ham- ey is the vice-president, Nancy Bethea is the secre- tary, and Rhonda Reams is the treasurer. Here the girls concentrate on learning the fundamentals of various sports. The girls find great satisfaction competing with each other. Archery is a G.A.A. favorite pastime. n ' A . - 4 1 1 -4 r 5 9 za l X! Miss Cherry, their able advisor, gives the girls instruction in golf. ln ilu- blrls i'xlllll'll4f gissfwlalliuri, me-mln-rs lr-urn lln- l-LlIlllLlIIll'IllLllQ uf lizislv-llnill :xml ullu-r SIJUI'lf4. f J ? ,s ,E X 1- '. x ,,l,L -. ,- 1 XXX, f, Q1 A Pluvinu iinff unc' is one of the IHZHIY s orts in 4. .xi s. s . wliicli Lf.-XA ,girls excel. 83 s sly .1 -52-if f f' xf LA FAMAC The leaders of our yearbook this year are the editor+in-chief, Mary Gray Teague, the business manager, Bob Page, and the advisor, Mrs. Mc- Millan, known to the staff as "Mrs Mac." X x -' K l .-, .' ww Dr is if 45 X 'rrl 9 .pdf X! , .ht kifxi Q' X N' D f ,Q .,.- ' W tw W, ' ' C , r---s A I X 31 , if , y, ......L il'1r1" 'K . t si ig-f' y ,y Win Goepper, sports editor, and Doug Byrd work on the athletic organizations of the annual. P I t 'S S! 1 - Z 1 V . K Q x ii, 'S .xx 1 1 '- ,hy ,Q ., l .5 Lafuumf staff meinhers have to put their heads togetlu-r while thinking up id:-as for the best year- lttmk yd, ..,N Susan Scarborough, class editor, directs her staff, Lorraine Black, David Edwards, Joyce Yates, Susan Bullock, Daisy Bryan, Tip McColl and Greg Davis, in drawing up copy sheets of the class section for the annual. The Lafamac Staff is made up of seniors who give Oth period every day to working on the book. Many hours are spent in sorting pictures, drawing up pages. typing copy. and drawing art work. The 'LLHFHIIIHC Room" is a busy place. especially right before the dead- line. We. the LaFanmc Staff, hope that all will enjoy this book. which has taken so much of ourtime. Bobbi Cato helps editor, Mary Davis Riddle, on the Features. l I xr- Our artists, .lulaine Rossman, Carol Rogers, and Margaret Raynor, work hard de- signing and drawing up the pages. .'C.4 e -fo Nil ll 2-il Those hurried last minutes trying to meet the deadlines will always be a memorable part of F.H.S. for LzzFr1mf1c staff members. The Activities Staff, Susan Williams, editor: Clark Swiersg Bonnye Gilesg Bob Grayg and Mary Humphreys at work. Mary Cray Teague, editor-in-chief of LaFamac staff, advises activities editor, Susan Williams that those pages must be in by the deadline. V5 g""iN',a5 ' ..,, 'N g ,A BULLDOG STAFF vlil .e XX l Mrs. Safran, advisor to the Bulldog staff, pauses for Bulldog staff members smilingly display one of their her LuFamac picture. money-making projects. Fayetteville High School's official newspaper, the Bulldog, is published by the journalism class. The Bulldog not only keeps the F.H.S. student well informed on school events, but also provides entertainment for him through feature stories, fashion. and poetry. Contributions from students not in the staff may be contributed for approval by the staff. mgmzam.-W-.0------f ff f A 3.4 1 xL,,,,,' l fl' E 4.l..lJ'F"""':i' 1 A These valuable people are the staff of the F.H.S. school newspaper, the Bulldog. which is published every six weeks. Since it is our only school paper, these members put forth all effort to make their paper one of high quality. "If it's worth publishing. the Bulldog will publish it." 86 MONOGRAM CLUB ff? A varsity letter is the ticket that gets a boy into the Mono- gram Club. Monogram Club members have set high stanclartls of excellence on the athletic field as well as in the classroom, The letter "Fw worn on a blue jacket trinimecl in white is be- coming the recognized sign of a good student and a good citizen. They can push their way clown a football field: they can be as precise with a basketball as Robin Hood was with his arrow: and when the trackinen run. they have Mercury's wings on their heels. Advisor for the Monogram Club is Coach Luper, whose know-how in the field of athletics is hard to surpass. f, , . , If ,K ,. These handsome, sturdy members make the Monogram Club one of the ninsr fnxivcl organizations in F.H.S. 87 - R fri'E5E3,2,g,'55'5fjEj1jI f-363+ ' V' B Phu 4:5 -frzzgfisr-1a ""' 'P " W ' -5353.5 -35149:-4:::Q.-, ,, f v - . Q I P ,QS nw yi., ,my 'N I v , K ,, i kwvw. A Jiri,- Wx Q Q K. I.: A35 E Q1 fe "' 'X A 'Z2",'i N' 'Fi Sip N 'M ' - ' "lei- . Q., 'se-:ts f "f:- . 'W 8' Iii., S . ,Q Em .,,,,, Q r 11 , ' 31f'35"51z ..,.. , ,- . 'f' " . Z-. '22 :', .gf 1-9-11' ':11:S'1p :rj 'rsE'-r:5fg51E5:r5 ,. ,- ,..s,-g?i'g35i?iiifiQf- 5a'X:sEi5iZQ2i"- 2- iv: 55: " "Q-fi at ,, s-::ef-i- 'zfE'f'E'5'1EE'3I1ZT-I: "" 2 ' 'Q sc-35i4s5::.r:: 5:,.::.g:,:,: :5.::f2:,.r '.,.:-1:,.1:':3:51.,, . ' 'A 3:1-,r g -f,j5,gf::. , , K--xx, Is' J 'X " :- f ' P-,A - , . "', A 'S Q. ,.1 V . , :ze 'fn' :, ff , - - ,Arl N Q, T.- Q., , . i x ' ,-.v ' , 5 X Q V 'Q' -. . X, ,.:., +- ,xziv . , ' ,N ,Q 5 Doug Culbreth-President Larry Harris-Vice-Pres. in vv 1 M-- - , jimmy Lm1e,S6C. Grady Strickland-Treas. Q J B in .f , 2, K - .I s.. ,- z L. Mr. Hugh Wease-Advisor l 'Z' X , .. " 4 1, if '7 ' is ' -v-L' YH' iii ff f-- ,,,, ' P George Armstrong, Andy Augustine, Doug Byrd, Wayne Byrd, Pete Caudill, Pete Crane, Sam Cromartie, Ray Dillard, Hooper Hall, Bobby Harris, Ken McAdams, David Padgett, Bob Page, Dan Perry, Mike Smith, Tommy Stewart, Bud Taylor, Larry Barnes, Charles 88 C' , . un.. Gov Z, Bradely, Robert Boyette, Greg Chrisafis, George Collins, Billy Coon, Phill Dunn, David Edwards, Walter Greene, Don McCoy, Danny McNally, David Owens, Bobby Pip- , , pin, Doug Polk, David Russ, ,lay Warner, Jimmy Weeks, L. 5 Larry Wolfe. lib .YW . ,X .X s. , A H--. E' , "C . rf- 5 5 . D In , my X '-if One of the most valuable Key Club services to the school is that of cleaning up the campus. F.H.S. KEY CLUB Key Clubbers assisted parents at the "Back-to-School" P.T.A. meeting. Many boxes of food like this one are collected each Christmas for a needy family. Varied and numerous are the activities of the Doug Culbreth, president of the Key Club, ably conducts a - weekly meeting. Officers of the Key Club guide their club through a very suc- cessful year. They are Doug Culbreth, presidentg Larry Harris, vice-presidentg Jimmy Little, secretaryg and Grady Strickland, Il'C3SLlI'fi'l'. F.H.S. Key Club throughout the school and city. There seems to be no end to the vast amount of Work that these boys do. Among their many proj- ects are the weekly radio program, L'Hi Topicsf' presented each Saturday rnorningg their annual in- itiationg Career Dayg and the Key Klub Kapers. As one can well see, these boys stand up to their motto: "We Buildf' . , I 'Zi -av- ., 5 a .-i' xx my The Library of F.H.S. serves to increase pupil interest and participation in school li- brary work: to promote better understanding and cooperation between local and state high school Library Clubsg and to attract hightype pupil library assistants: and to arouse inter- est in the study of Librarianship as a profes- sion. ,.:.Nu:sw-A-1: -, , -,,....-- t v ,ul A L 14, Dui- to the good organization of tllc Library by the c J These Library Club mtmbtr are mei prtstnt to nd ill Ibn can mt-nubcrs. the F.H.5. student finds L1 quiet refuge in 1 ilrmry. 90 l W S ,-Q Third period students experiment with different media. Art students in fourth period prepare entries for the annual exhibition. -,-, Two art students discuss the brick carvings which they made during fifth period. Pupils in sixth period work industriously while in the back- ground a student analyzes her finished picture. ART DEPARTMENT ' 1 Art is an elective subject offered to those stu- dents who wish to further their knowledge of art principles and to develop their talent. From Septem- ber until mid-January, the students work indus- triously on pieces to enter in the Scholastic Art Awards competition which is held annually in Greensboro. Students compete on a regional level for Hallmark Honor Prizes: gold keys, symbols of outstanding art achievementg and certificates of merit. F.H.S. is proud of its record of winners, which increases every year. Xa .. 4 Wx 1 5. 5-N R in .a- 3 Q ti of W As advisors, Mrs. Glass and Mrs. Lipton, help the Spanish Club in its many activities. D. SPANISH CLUB t ,, -s 'l 1 XL.. .. Officers of the Spanish Club are president, ,lim Fishg vice-president, Holly Wil liamsg secretary, Nancy Howardg treasurer, Mary McQueeng sergeant-at-arms Larry Barnesg parliamentarian, Diane Beecher. Spanish Culture is accented at meetings. In- terest in the language and customs of our neighbors to the south prompt Spanish Club members to be present at each meeting. The many members of the Spanish Club pose for their picture for the La Fzznzac. , .t P 3 . 92 ' -I "LE CERCLE FRANQAISU r President Ray Dillard points out the map of France to Ella Rose Hall, vice- Mrs. Hodul is able advisor to French presidentg secretary, Susan Williamsg treasurer, Kay Ciottoni. Club, With an inspiring desire to know more about the French language and customs, the members of the French club are pro- gressing very rapidly. Due to the interest of the club's devoted advisor, Mrs. Hodul, many different and interesting meetings are held. ...Q ln. Members of the French Club pose for their Lafamac picture. Le Cercle Francais was organized in F.H.S. to further the study of the language, ideals, people, and customs of the country of France. Member- ship is limited to students who have a B average and a high degree of interest. 93 i The purpose of the Latin Club is to promote interest in Latin. The Club is opened to all Latin II and Ill students. During the year the Club has a number of interesting programs on Roman Customs and way of life. The Latin Club has been an active F.H.S. club for a number of years. First year students look forward eagerly to their second year, so that they can join the Latin Club. D Advisors M155 Edna McLaughlin Mr. McMillan ,JUN Zh. .3:1..:. 5 -b I N ' . L 1' TL ix . By The Latin Club is a large group. 94 f X as a -"' v -:Aww N. mme? XX at . Q-few w. -.1 -.N 1 e -asm Q -:Sw H N i X x x xx F.T.A. advisors, Mrs. McNeill and Miss Hall, present many ideas for club progress. Q Some members of F.T.A. listen attentively in order to learn what makes a good teacher. muswm.. t F.H.A. ...N-N. These Key Club members were on panel discussion 'iGirls and Marriages" at the . . . . . F.H.A. D ' . Officers of F.H.A., together with advisor Miss Branson, are Barbara Waldron, vice- ecember meetmg presidentg Betty McLeod, secretaryg Linda Synder, song leaderg Elaine Pefley, his- toriang and Heidi Lee, treasurer. Not present when picture was taken is president, Linda Krause. The Future Homemakers of America club was organized in 1945 by a subregional meeting of homemaking students from almost all the states. The F.H.A. is a national or- ganization of girls studying homemaking in high schools g 2 of the US., Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. The F.H.A. rl provides opportunities for students. Chartered state associations, made up of local chapters, compose the na- tional organization. .sfg ' 4- . Speakers at the F.H.A. District Rally presented a very interesting discussion. These girls in the F.H.A. get an idea of what it will be like to be a future homemaker ,......-... wmv..-..--..........- W... ,..,,.......W...- .4 M .-V Q. s 1 F w 3 'K Some members of the Fayetteville chap- K DTT ' ' ' ' W Ivr it District Rall in Southern Pines. 1?f:M'5t?'.Q i:' 1KW iilYG Pet - ' .- ' " rl-sl.5.,:. H , l f g, . - Qi: Ss l w 96 ffi.f 'x'1.W t l 1 F.N.A. Officers to guide the F.N.A. through a suc- cessful year are Marie Zahran, pres.: Vicki Gardner, vice-pres.: Barbara Lorek, sc-c.g Maxine Downing, treas.g Diane Hargrave, historiang Ruth Ann Waterfield, reporter. ILS? li--ll 3 . 1 'iq' These attentive Future Nurses pause for their La Famac picture during their study of nursing. Miss Downing and Miss Earp serve as able advisors. 0 nP"f'l J l l f Q lxf Si S . v-f-'USM , Recently formed by the Worn- enis Auxiliary of the American Medical Association, the Future Nurses Club is the only one of its kind at Fayetteville High. Mem- bership is strictly on a voluntary basis for all those interested in the nursing profession. The purpose of the club is to better explain nurs- ing as a future vocation, and, to do this, the Future Nurses fre- quently take trips to various hospi- tals and doctors, offices. 99-as X 11-. 'tree' v .zvfp Gusty We ""if??-:if '1 , I X ii s gm, ff VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES-Buddy Luper and Bob Reynolds. -N mf f- wail Q "' X . -j,5'XAg n ' . . Y , The 1961- 1962 Fayetteville Bulldogs X QS' "'- " if fi . - ..'. ,.-. A , a . 1: .. - a U A I .F , -:....-,4. .. , . , A v in mst. 1 V :Y y sf, , : AH -A D -y '59 -19 -1 - ' .V- MX Q., 1,f.- t pg: .:,. in Y, 'H . In ,-..E ,g . M N , A Y' V A.fL I -if is . 1, all -.5 'x'kV yy I. A . .y I 0 h ,.a. 1 , ,.-A 1 : ,, ,- ' ' -' ' " - V " 'kf1"' 1" I if-Q"5"'5 -. . , if 5 ' 13 'LN iris A is V N 'fa--sate ,-,- ,fm , ,K -'- ' f- f ' A .-" , x Q - ' 1961-1962 VARSITY FOOTBALL Townsend, Smith, Langford, Rhodes, luliucci, Bradford, J. Harris, Pippin, Bris-Bois, Peele, Crane, Armstrong, East, Sessoms, Jones, Sigholtz, Robinson, Edmundson, L. Harris, Spruill, Byrd, Dunn, Ledbetter, Matsen, Farr, Cromartie, Guy, Wolfe, Lindsay, Cosby, Calhoun, Lowrey, Joyner, Fawley, McDowell. Under the leadership of Coach Buddy Luper, the Bulldogs, after two Weeks of hard practice, opened the season in fine fashion with an impres- sive win over the Dunn Greenwaves. Although the boys looked as well in each game as in the opener, they did not manage to come out on top in all the rest of them. The Bulldogs Won big when they won, and when the tables were turned, they went . :- ,U -',-' - , down flghting. ' f ' J g i MANAGERS: Norvell Long, George Breece, and Larry Barnes ., ex 4 , 1. .4 .M IOO s -iq, ...g N- ., - .- . . r 1 gave us many highlights DANNY TOWNSEND Sr. Quarterback 1 f f I lf K' uw, vf'f NEIL LINDSAY Sr. Tackle TOMMY BRADFORD Soph. Fullback f ww-wwwmw 4092 The exultation of the eager HBULLDOGS evident on their journey to another of the ex citing out-of-town football games. SAM CROMARTIE JIMMY HARRIS Sr. Halfback Sr. Halfback V , .AY K z, , , -A wx., rev, Y in r .-., ,',-v. , ,. mul' " ' igggig RONNIE PEELE N N " T 'L f W Soph. Tackle ,T .- rt, i: , gsgjfm jiri-,L-hx'-:rx --bn-Q QQ'-1EaQt,l:f, f N' " ' K if 4 'M' 'f'.,.-few-fe: X' 3 22, M . .. ucv we . T J Q - lg iL,+1s.m,.-1' Ye S9 .1 T gf q sf'-N X- .'F-:,-g.'u "..5?::".ffIj,iQ me-P--rx-P X -P - X- N be-Q f-gg aww- 4 :, ' .- wide. x- " NN im ' 1-TQ.-.gt NS, -?'f"ffi .+,x?"'- 3-e 351,-1"-fjrigfy1-F M :r,,i,ggxL4f ,-,.,,p5: -.4 ..:,.-. '.:SQ4..'T1QkJ ,.i.3 izgkgeqfuvg-fp ff w-X.-fy :-.Q 4 Xi,P,i.,ffiif-fiigm an f :iT35'X LEE:-x 1.-f.-mmf imzdxf 5 N. sparkling and 2 . kg? WV iwfesp X has w X x K .N K is H :dis Tqmwix KXQSTQ 1 " if Sgsfew ' L . , E.. 'Y rig. x gif .Q.... i .N : Ab, 'Q-4 i, W... i, N ,,A,, , x Q SY x Q X NX - s I :lf t A i-ig , 1 If Tired, but happy Bulldogs dw. Mwh - WALTER GREEN Soph. Center '52 'S I 'ht' ,vn Six f. W J 4 MB.. 4.4! sf .Fix FERROL EDMUNDSON Senior Center BOBBY PIPPIN PETE CRANE Senior Guard Junior End 4 ig, .IJ l " 4' F' Y . .x-N .' , e dh .lx ,QE are CSCOIU n Q L, . 'P' , K from the field. K.,- fy ,fxa xx . Q.. . WW I X Q QM plus a rock-hard defensive LARRX HARRIb Senior Guard Mr ,gwfvfif f- ,N Nr.. X fr' Q+-3f?3L'-'- ---' K f , -. ' ff V. va 1 -mmf' .X - -A -. -N - -1.--X rm- ,.,.: , - we ,MQ pre .X ,- r - ,xv V .-"ml-E. ,A -' N.. '- nav - - ,.,,.-.f rj' ,gov -fear... ' ' ww, e A X '-'-.,. .' Q ., xagzlh. s' I.. X- PHIL DUNN Junior Tackle DAVID LANGFORD Junior Halfback , ,. ,. BULLDOGS ON THE MOVE! VERNON SPRUILL JACK FARR Junior Halfback Junior Tackle Eg L 1 GE '-Rav 1 .iL.jf.,f Tiger- ' ' ' ,, 1 . J... Q-.Qt ,K PM-.v-A.o-" fel" SW' 4. 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X 41" :ft H -. V , -es 4-2'-'rf' mv f .--" Anti- ' nfxf D1 , b , ' ,le f-- - .- -A - ,, .-X f , A.. ,,,, , ,. . ,-, ,. D, -P! ':..:.w1 '--,W ' 4' f :'f' 1--Liv, Y ' I. 'W I -fgNv.'.-- .. 1 J if . f . , -T':i-YZ 1N?D K ..Y4vg:,ugW:- A. ,iagrni , JL-2,5,mV3f:L, i f . '4 '54-S W Wi. CASUALTIES TOMMY IULIUCCI Senior Fuliback TED RHODES Senior Tackle mixed fogefh er WAYNE BYRD Junior End GEORGE ARMSTRONG Soph. Quarterback f ROBERT SIGHOLTZ Junior End s X Q 5 N X .1 . .. , , Q E e x ,sf iiff?f,fi'g+r:,'3 JERRY FAWLEY fx . 5 1 ' iiiiff Senior End irg-riipgf"1-zgfgig. LARRY SESSOMS FBYTQ 'i'M'Z5lw.,i:rL1'i'x fy' Vi Eg X A' w -.W e-...X N-Y-1 ','sk- ,. ,X E X ,5faz,.g5'.,r . J UU101' Halfback 'X ff Q -i x SKIPPER SMITH A Senior Guard ,.-. -X-,, 4, .4-3 : x.1.,.+ 5 .',z-.N . wp 1 V-xv: ,.,q.,, qu, .,.,.s1 y , ye r, ,:-.,x,xr,- , A iw. , . Y H . A. X ek 1 HHETCU v If , ,:n..., v . 'Z "'f- 'K'-Y . '.r-'45 ' e ' A .I -1 A N, if ' A i , ' ,WM --. . :V Q 'W' .L "H . , ,.- ', A Y . L 4, I' 1. . 0 E V ,-gig? - w. . ,cs g . ,- vie' sa I I I Q- v - 4 N . kv . ,IVR ' 'z ',,,e,.'- A r ,ell . g.lSn's.,:.g S, Wai, -T 'A' 5-2 , , N . , - ..5. ' ' "',. 5533- T ,ef -, , ,A-Z. .-U X ,' -bl.-.fx-v,:', A. N -LXQJQU V ., , . -, . , .. .,. we - '----W x ,..' --so .,,W,A-,.,g September September September September September Schedule 1-Dunn ., ., 3--Hamlet , t,,, A 15-Asheboro t,,,,,t 22-Greensboro 29-Goldsboro ....t October 6-Rocky Mount .,.,.. October 13m-Durham ., ..,t ,, October 20-Wilson .,.,. October 27-OPEN November 3-Raleigh .,,,,t,,t November 10-Wilmington tt,,.,. .....,,. brewed trouble for Bulldog foes!! NJ f Here There , Here There ...,.,,Here There ,,.,,,,Here ..Here ,t...,,,tThere .There ' 'A 'l 54f5"'7'l'e-,Q 7 fr't .. Q ,f M . -i ' sr,?'gi-8.51-i'. , I jc :o:QL?f5'.Q'fyo j , T f 5-:'TLf4"!m' e'-" f'f+" ' .:,..::fs.f,l. -tj"--inf.. ltlvw T My Donny Townsend UW High School All-American f' 1 NY OD Awards MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS-Jerry Fawley Danny Townsend MOST DETERMINED PLAYER-Jimmy Harris COACH'S AWARDiBobby Pippin MOST IMPROVED PLAYER-David Langford BEST BLOCKER-Larry Harris BEST DEFENSLVE PLAYER-Larry Harris Q. VARSITY BASKETBALL Fawley, Jordan, Keravouri, Taylor, Perry, Baucom, Byrd, Riley, Smith, Watson, Goodwin, Wilson, Hall, Kernion. MANAGERS: Charles Vick, John Rock, Frankie McDavid. VARSITY BASKETBALL COACH: Mr. Len Maness. This year will be remembered as Senior Center the one in which L .IOUNI KERAVOURI J HOOPER HALL Sophomore Guard basketball af F.H.S. JIMMY JORDAN Junior Forward JERRY WILSON Junior Guard DAN PERRY Senior Forward Senior Guard BUDDY GOODWIN JOHN KERNION Junior Guard ,... - took a definite BUD TAYLOR Junior Center ROGER WATSON Senior Guard WAY NE BYRD Junior Guard rx . be 'i turn for the better. - 13 r .gf N1 -. 7 Nj! .I 'fy F-a u,.i,f' Tad, ' , , '.-, j. x 2" -E23 A412 - '. . V -'IN-wi EARL RILEY JERRY FAWLEY Senior Guard Senior Forward Our team, on any given night, was capable .. .., ya' BRYANT BAUCOM MIKE SMITH Senior Center Senior Forward of faking on fhe besf in the conference Action begins as the Fayetteville Bulldogs face the Wilmington Wildcats. 'Q' Perry pulls down a rebound as opponents look on expectantly. II2 196 I - 1 962 Baskefball Schedule December 12-Sanford .,,..,. ,,,.,.,, December 15-Clinton ........., ........ December 19-Lumberton January 2-Lumberton ,..,ol,.,. ....,.,. January 9-Rocky Mount ,,.,,. .,...... January 12-Durham ...... January 19-Raleigh ...t,. There There .,--.-..,.H6I6 There There ---.,..---Here ,..,-.,,..Here January 26-Wilson .....,..,..., ,,,.,.., T here January 27TWilH1iHgtOH .,,.... .......... H ere February 2-Rocky Mount .,,,...t ..v,,.,... H ere February 3-Goldsboro .,... ,....... T here February 6-Durham .,.. There February 9-Sanford .,,t.. ..,,...,,. H ere February 13-Raleigh ,,...,. ........ T here February 16-Wilmington ,..... ....a.,, T here February 23-Goldsboro ,,....... .......... H ere February 2-L-Wilson ,.,... --.--,,-..Here and coming out on fop. . . 35' ,1 32 Bud Taylor blocks a possible? two-pointer Jordan goes up for a rebound as Bulldogs stand by. ff?ww1 4 Dan Perry attempts a free-throw. l II3 BACK ROW: Vernon Wise, John Cudd, Bill Hurt, Robert Boyette, Edward Ferdette, Walter Green, Larry Wood, Don Saunders. FRONT ROW: Jim Jones, J. W, Edmond, Chuck Mims, Ray Brownsfield, Rudy Jones, Paul Schnurr, Ronnie Peele, Robert Marbert and Tommy Bingston. The 1961-1962 season for the F.H.S. Junior Varsity football squad was, without doubt, one of the best. The team came through the season with flying colors under the leadership of Coach Len Maness. With the help of these stalwart young men, the Varsity Squad is assured of great depth next year. J.V. football - the step before varsity MANAGERS: Jim Armstrong Bob Inman COACH- Len Maness l " !l ,I , ., FRONT ROW: Lloyd Rawles, Shikery Fadel, Jimmy Farr, Mike Sullivan, Billy Coon. BACK ROW: George McCafferty, Kenneth Wood, Hooper Hall, Pat Ellis, Jimmy Simpson. YZ 11' L 5 , 3 2 J' . I 1 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Q Klaus Martinez Robert Si holtz Robert Bo ette Gardner Altman Pat Ellis, Chuck Mims, 1 g 1 Y 1 v Vance Knight, Lloyd Rawls, Bill Breeden, Paul Schnurr, Jim Baillie, Hank Finch. J. V. BASKETBALL COACH MANAGER Chris Smith Jack McGinley STARTERS ,lim Baillie, Robert Boyette, Robert Sigholtz, Paul Sclmurr, Hank Finch, Billy Breeden. H5 BASEBALL I 961 The 1961 baseball team, being comprised of mostly sophomores and juniors, had an average season. Head Coach Boy Reynolds predicts a strong team with a lot of experience for the up-coming 1962 season. F.H.S.Bulldog We're an here . . . F, W9 5 Navel, fx fe' ,yawn wL9j,v,i-'EQQQQQZQLQSQQ X, d , S04 9 A y ',. ,ZXVQT P' sept 5.5: .Q9i,19V.v'S"' 1 1 S - 0.5-4 f f E 2 'R yigw "wx, ' 3 'f 0044 1 "'it?fii'f"5'?45wff 5 . - fr,sQw+:z1-bgfieifge? '++"Ss2fgfs:?'1i:r 2 ,,,,.,4 , riaggevgff-w3g's6e','iQs-' 79, Q ff, eve-gilf, 35,3 1 we -CM.. f Q - , . ofa. - . :ax 55 Q: 54.51, Q , Q , .4-vma'.v I -.Qlk 592155, Q . , . 1 evra, Q- .A-1. g , 1 190 'Q X ,. 152: 51 Ai in illl A i V, if ' '-Qrffl 'X9Q.:' up H , r H-,FQ if ' ' L ',,. .- - - l P 3 X, t i l H 4 1 M, it 1. X , A f' F 1 v , y -5-xx, 4 Q -E X Qi . , X- 5 U X ,, L ,hy l t K Y .X K F 5,333 sg .fi fa - ' ,pi . , ig,-ew f J X bimsi' O :fi ilu' Q K 4- " ' ' 'UT'-.H -:4-' V" W h Q A W ..-an ., . ' ,L - 'dat h '-,b Z . L .M ww 1 I . F- -I ' V . E V li '. .--5 TOP ROW: Grady Strickland, Bobby Gore, Larry Harris, Wayne Byrd, Billy Finch, Art Johnson. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Young, Earl Riley, Mel Murray, Mike Smith, Larry Sessoms, Larry Schmid, Roger Watson, Coach Reynolds. BOTTOM ROW: George Collins, Doug Polk, Richard Cheroff, Bob Robinson, Bob Bittle. lI6 -4 Buffer up . . . 1-4-'v"svO R5 - 4 I Iv!! Rf' - -Af xl: "' x - . 'sn' A -..af ffffrf B X W 5 wb I If if , ,E ,.vf..u -' 'un-ir' zf? ggi: sv-5f,.Q..Qf6LI.J v.-, h- ,"715'?g- Lf-. .5 f Q, Y.. Mx. ,.. 4. , .,K .. 23,75 l ,, ' 331' f1T'9?a.-viii?-ilrfx .M . 1 gf '... A N -1 Q,-,' -. '- 'j 44014 ,-g,..w-QW' fa ah r A M n I .l : ,., A- ,V ,Y ,,y55:. P ' . ' ' W- ' -f "W 'T -if' , J W, ' , wif R A",7"7T Y 1 , ' Y' :QE jfifi , 'Y .. + ' 1' ff ' '2"l . A 'y:v4l',fV-363 if-'1'+5M Gs-.. Y- p " - L A "hi-'lg-' , A ,Q - "ff -4- f- ' ' ' 4: w - "- BOBBY ROBINSON "gm,-. i1?.- . a4"Tl.,q Second base Q3 'ffm ' ' A-' WAYNE BYRD Short Stop, Pitcher , v'1.,Q,' M Vx-7'5" " w A 7 , .JM f ,, W: ,fy A.-H EARL RILEY Outfielder W 9 L5 5-ft' f . ,. - 3 .- R M, ,-.wr WS LARRY SCHMID Outfielder -r"' K ROGER WATSON GRADY STRICKLAND Catcher, Outfielder First Base II7 We'H send fhose balls out of the q55:q33,g.g5,,g:y :Egfyymwsrxm:-:mmm-mwix-ff:fm:-:f'"'T'-'1'-- x . .q .gl f- '- Q. Ml W. ...mx - "4ii.f...gr..f. I I . ' Y i' -V' N555-f.5v5i:+i:.1sgi3- .,,. F, . '-'vf gr. -:N-,.,:f::5,f2-2. ' ' Q ,.1.. M ii.: -:X-:--f :-.+ -.gl ,,::MX 1 .1 1 . -r 'f'sij"' A . X -'--- -.-.E.ilQf::2::if1"f, ' -M " ,. : ,if':,i- :wzsxxqx...: ' '+- . I - J.: '---XX - . QW-Aff' '-'1::w:x.-..mmgfmr,:a?1.-'-w93 ,Qi -I ' .- vi A . - 2-,Q 1 gg . ' . f ' ' f x "' I l - - - - isflrgxx .v u 'X - .Q .. .-wa. 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N , H' N- .ir - ,".z' + if . 5. . 1. M - I . ' f . , 2 gs . - ., if 'bl u X MS I-S , Q w , n va xx.. .Q ROBERT BITTLE Catcher park . . . T' v'g. BOBBY GORE Pitcher -l I if 'I v , ,ch " 'rg - EEE I.. "fr N nu 1 1 1 P Y 9 5 E X ""vr ' sf , . N! "" A. .. ,N ' --eV. , f ,--f..-V N T . , -3 . .. Ak ' in ,Y 5 ' BILLY FINCH Pitcher . Mm. ....... 1 , uwjvrsgriglii ,...,,,, . 3, TI .Ff- STRIKE THREE . . . You're out . . .! "Wifi A --5?37"?'.j?' 442151 . ... .., ' 'M' Q 7 15915. 1, V3 5"'f'Me ?F'f5w?F' 'N ,. vm. ,, j, ' f"' ,-fm: , . , , . .- "W, , 2"-' , LK. .v "- C - .4 -"f'1"M -: ' 3 " Y- .' ..-,, 'f' 'Q -' 'fx' :A ,.,..-' 5 , .Wa ' X ffl --- A, E . ' - -we-at ' W fi -' e.- 93 ' ff ixgidv kewl: '-- , . - 2'fQ,,.- 'Lv , t- -+ Q .. " 5 ' .' f Iwi, ma. " +A H J.. , 4 .r. ,rf ,..-- ' - - t' LARRY HARRIS Outfield, Third Base A rn Pm- . wa :ar .sm . .,,L, U 538 Q :xgfnvs ,,,, .,, f :'f?"l ""'1?IIQ73T' ' A .5 wwf ,. , -:V-4 ff I R f J .,..,. , , r' , 1' 5 -M S-11010-fv -pe mv V .W Q4f tl ,V 1 N. 4 -15' " ' 'f "t'?31Z.Q' 1- -Lea.-:V f- ' Q- f 4'-1 7' ' V ,'fa.f' . 'S fi , hal K. " . X . 45 f pfihj. wig! ,-1 gfiiyf-I2 5- 1--, , 9 5' 'fx 1517 I -f, ffufifiiii? ' ki ffiflfl ""'1f'3'lf?5k'7 ' ' -' L: , s'12T,,, . ARTHUR JOHNSON Pitcher lx Q-uifw , RICHARD CHEROFF Third Base ' ' I MIKE SMITH Second Base we I X, I Q2 ' , 4 I 5' VE. I, ,,...,,A i , , ' A fag, V- ' yy,--,, ,,,A.E, ,AA,, , lil, I .f 3 fin g I I '-1592 .-N" - . ' . N , - 3 " , Q 1 V -U ,. ,P fix of Z xl F if f , ', - , My . 11 W " ' it 9 F5 F ,f - A ul Q. fl I ' I ' -nnaggf' 91 -L, TOP ROW: Strickland, Gore, Harris, Byrd, Johnson, Finch. MIDDLE ROW: Riley, Murray, Sessoms, Schmid, Smith, Watson, Coach Reynolds. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Young, Collins, Polk, Cheroff, Robinson, Bittle. H9 Coaches DeBorde and Newnam 1961 TRACK TEAM Coach Newnam, Langford, McDowell, Smith, Wolfe, Humphries, Bridges, Padgett, Herring, Lounsberry, Long, Guy, Davis, Shelton, Edwards, Huckabee, Brinson, Stout, Cromartie, Osborne, Caudill. I L.-qv - .- Hurdlers :zo ,ev M' Relay Team I Field Events , .. - it Q JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The Junior Varsity cheerleaders are chosen in the fall by the varsity squad. Only seven 'are chosen and they are responsible for cheering the jayvee teams and for helping the varsity cheerleaders. Our wonderful jayvee cheerleaders are Helen Paul, head cheerleaderg Beverly Pooleg Charlotte Trypackg Carolyn Teagueg ,lan lVlcDanielg Mary lVlcQueeng Sue Parker. Always loyal . . . These vivacious girls are truly loyal, always anxious to support their team. l2l 'G -. .- ,. A r wr- X. cv - ...v . w N. as - ..,.,.m1meexw Pausing for a brief moment in the hall are our Varsity Cheer- leaders. Sandra Julian, headg Linda Vallandinghamg Bobbi Catog Mary Segeskyg Mary Davis Riddleg Bonnye Gilesg Linda Peoplesg Nancy Stewartg Marilyn Bittleg Pat Jonesg and Mary Humphreys. Varsity Cheerleaders . ever ready Cheerleaders Pat Jones, Mary Davis Riddle, Nancy Stewart, and Linda Peoples prepare for the Raleigh Vs. Fayetteville basket- ball game pep rally. I x I22 .wxw ' b b "QF" . 5 up-.....x,.Q,,xQr, N ' .ar X -f gi "Keravouri! Keravouri! He's our man!" the crowd yells as these spirit boosters lead them in a popular cheer. 73" 1 fo support the Bulldogs! f MARILYN BITTLE MARY DAVIS RIDDLE SANDRA .IULIAN VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Our eleven Varsity Cheerleaders are chosen in the spring by the outgoing varsity squad. They work all year supporting the football, basketball, and baseball teams by making signs, giving pep- rallies, having dances, and raising the spirit of the whole school. We think they have done a great job this year. Bonm at lu M' MARY num mms Q, . BONNYEI II 1 s " PAT .lows , ..... 6 I 'V , . . , I II .- IW - . -fir-ff--' 7 ""' - ,zxg,-rw ' 1 f- : "2 Q,QQ'f.I3T,3 '. 'f'f??I'lfi"' ' . I: I ' , 'fl' I, I I "1 , 4 , 'Q , I . ',f.1-112347, I :fl .- ' , -5, Ig.. I I , 'I +2 - I I L I I I II I -I II I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I ,I II I I I I I I I I I I Is- My I If I r I I , II II ,I V I . I 53 .. i , 1 QA IX . ,Is I .gif I- 5 V U.. A, K . .r :. , '- 1 , 1 M- ' -5 - . ' I: .- X I xxus, vw -- s -, If ,, .5 , I , . .Iv I Ilciiif I 'V ,,,, M -Inv Sf-N ' " I I t . , :W ' ww II: f A f . A f r 1. f r-1 1 ,Xl 1 3 ,Q Vw Q! M., w X. f-xx' xA. 1 CLASS OF 1964 i Q S Aa- wwf-A X C 5 K Q : ,W-l i 1 mi President, Shikery Fadelg Q vice-president, Bill Hurtg sec- L retary, Mary McQueeng treas- urer, Allen Pittman, lead the Sophomore Class, the Class :L of '64. Sophomores enjoy the Christmas parties. The biology lab is a new experience to the Sophomores. l26 Norman Aborjaily Steve Adcox Emory Albritton Ken Albritton Paul Aldmon Kay Aldredge Carol Aley Gardner Altman John Anderson Walter Applewhite George Armstrong ,Iimmy Armstrong James Arnold Nelia Athey Robert Atkins 0, is , WW ,.. .. , ' 51' X A .mfg T7 L, A r .m Q T 5 A 4 - 'A , is g-Ks ",f' " L "an I le' L1 1 61- ,. l v L - Ur ..f , .,. ' 61 -If 1 l 4' I l s 'fl ,ii ' 1? ' tall 4- -, 1 t., W U ,fi . 'vs -. .5 . A I 9' an A I--x ' 4- ' 'K " J df, , 1, ,.... I t EY, ic vi . ' . A Q. 5- f Q - T K , V - ,,-, 3 ' , M ff fmihi flag Q. z. J -., L -- 3 'ij f: B N .. ' n I ., Q 4,..:1 9 Faye Atkins Gloria Autry Billy Baggett Jimmy Baggett Vicki Bailey J im Baillie Anne Barbee Carolyn Barefoot John Barlow Vic Bedsole Diane Beecher ,lane Belmont Heidi Bender Tommy Bengtson Dianne Bennett Sharon Bennett Laverna Benton David Bibb Linda Biete Robin Blackburn David Blackman I A Paul Blalock y , A ., .2 'ix Roscoe Blue 9 6' ll ' " .lanice Blum 1 IZ' 3 Ginger Bobbitt --W " ' J fa.. Y ' A .,., ,W , ,.1, may , H, . , I Gail Boswelle :M A' 'ii I yi ,NK Anne Bowe , f :. 1 an N 5 Robert Boyette 44 A I 5, f- K'-N . 4, A M Q . Tommy Bradford L ig if N- .- 43' 3,7-vf Howard Brantley f A' ' ' ,,,v 1 ff if ' l DQ in . . V Qt n , f X I t, T . Billy Breeden J im Brinson Sandra Britt Cecil Broome Ann Brown ' 7 ,fn M ""' " f ""' 3 ' v V , -Q 'fy .. -5.7 4231 122 ' Q. 2, 'f"'f 1 L' 1 . Q ...QV g- Q- , M .."' an .. " f ' ' .. - 'S f . , - -5, 1 l27 1 'N 2 I :- P- nf sf :'f'5K Y " at: Q. S Q ...- H ' of XR as 3 Q or .Q ,Q -. is a.....' ' ' - X573 M 'Zinn ' X is l28 , ,,.. 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'lv' r x Ray Brownfield Ellie Bruton Dan Bruton 'mmy Byrd ill Bysinger Ronnie Bunnell Roger Bullard Tommy Bullard Carolyn Cade Betty Campbell Linda Campbell Faye Cannon Jean Capps Mark Caraccia Kit Carpenter George Carter Karen Cash Billy Cashion Dennis Chance Carl Chandler Marian Chapman Margarette Chappell Sandra Charles Martha Cheney Bumper crop of Sophomores ,. p .V Vt if 'Y-T v: F 30445 JE nL.. , 9 " X N ' 5, "' iw., QE X ' 3' . - 0 MN' ' .5 X-'N --N ,-- . - f ' 6-xk .-'S Rav Nh ' rarity - ,. Q . , ,- .. 'ZA W gx N - a 'N' 9, l X.: t I5 .R sw f 1 V . ,A J, '5f t,..av rf: 'Q :W . ,. L , sf X , , , ,, ' :La if: . at P35 N' l ' 5' FIS'-1 '73, 'Aff J . ' ,V 1 l 5: fig -'V i ., 'vu . V 4' N -.QL , 'V f K W. ity. T 2 W4 f , o li' A ' ' C ., .A .,,. X, 1 -X A 6 an iw- ,Q . ,N X- A .V A Q ki p . - I .TRY " i . i ..:,.k 5 p , V - A - i 'rl '-N I-1, 1- Xwt. 'v gg 1 Y ' r f . L ' .- avfb. i -Q., is L f X515 T 1,51 V E 1 A ' .- yu - Q N -: - l W F! I A X 't ' ll l , :M ws - M sv V 4' " Q, 1- - g. t -5, -N ,,. .1 "U" L.. -' X X. -., x. 1 5-v R rv X 0 'Ir swells I. rc, " ' "'1' """"Tr ,lean Daughtry Pam Davidson Judy Davis Tommy Davis Welclori Davis Freda Deal Darry Delcorro Alberta Demho Terry Denilio Linda Dept Diane Distasio Pat Donovan Philip Dorn ,lan Dorrity Maxine Downin Becky Dozier Johnny Dozier Dennis Drake Alan Drumheller Gloria Dudley Toni Dunbrack Helman Dunn Sandy Dunn Alan Edelman f" x 'Q , Q ,. 1 .-5, , ,,. ,, 1 .. 0 I: -H iw.- -.V- F50 if c 4 ' N f fr 'H H, ' 'fu " ' ... .f ,- Y sv , as 4.-, Q g ' Q.. f 1, ,4-sy, W. .F .5 .sr 6 J U' ,- ' a. 'Wi' x ,Q an s gs 'sf ' 'Y school enrollmenf Q A A F, 0, N i ' A ,ir if F F F ' lo 1 .a, f , F To llwx 0 4 y " so ,,,,, 9 ,.., Y V ii? Fi 'Vx . 'I' .-1 if I -2 is A f - Qs- . f a, y r 1 'f fx.. f Q2 sv, i .E E we - if-, XJ. 'V -A- , - W ...- if ' Aa , 2 - wr' 'X , - q-,.- i,4-.ww 2 Q .ll .- Ti 5 v, ,x...- gf iv , . in 5 if Q '43, 1 :rf elm' . ,V vw Y " ' .1 Buddy Edwards Joan Edwards John Edwards Kent Edwards Barbara Ellis Pat Ellis Karen Elosser Harry Ennis Lloyd Ensley Nancy Evans Shikery Fadel David Faireloth Shelia Faireloth Jimmy Farr Judy Farell Henry Ferrell Sandra Ferguson Marv Fermanides ,lulia Fesperrnan Gale Fields Hank Finch Jim Fisher Jimmy Fisher Tom Flash r fr 1 "' Q. 'zdiig in W 4' i, fl, . --iw 4 -- -b ,L Miva. Sharon Folsoln K l Q i w' .I A X J im Forbes ai' gf' ' ,' if ?f1,f- "" 'l V M Ronnie Fordyce j if gl Daisy Forsythe N .f -r.' X Ronald Foster 1 1 1 it rrr F' rrrro tar l 5 3 Qi 'Q Allen Fowler A -"'-'ff 3, V ,.. P .. If Q ir' rpm vi' X ,. Q .n", Edward Fredette ".V Z --.- 7 '3 5, 5? ,X ,tw Sylvia Fulkerson r'no 1 l-V dd- Q - . . . .M A wg., N .BE ie alnes 'Zan 6. Q I . -,JW E 1 ta lf- - John Gardner LA-, , ' , y D h .3 h Anne Georve -i iff- -Vs i i. -M ....- . 0 Q, QS my -' Brenda Gibson ff' Hoyt Giles i ' Q l G Steve Godwin f i . 1 , .. DantGoepper A U "" Q G Pat Gooden 4 X as A b K X Gemma Gosling Nl I K "" N v K g t if' Y N Mitchell Graham W-W, gf I Sue Graham f I -M ""' X . Robert Gray ' f A W Beverly Green H' i 1, , g ' Walter Greene 'F ' 'fa ' " 1 r Y - W Thomas Grezaffi "" Q er Frank Grice Lou Grimes Q' , Kendra Grissom :Q " sg S Gretchen Griswold Q3 L J Lt Walter Griswold if .lan Gross -F D 1,, -"ffl, Joan Gross t i b ' Maurice Grubb .A " :N X 'f b QV: 7' lxathy Gunster if P ' g :- Sharon Gurley f-H, lwg C ' l Chip Haigh X m , qc: V Martha Hair A Q, Q 4. F ' ,P V Mitzi Hair Q 'cr William Hales ,f""' . Y ,Q N' X Hooper Hall Y Mary Ellen Hall X , ' Y y W Peggy Hall 'L' 4 , - James Hardyman S. 5 -21 ' fl.. 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'qt wlfif - flfiq- Ruhr E ' jf., . 1-- l32 Brenda McMahan Jeanne McLeod Sherry McMillian Danny McNally Mary McQueen George McRae Sara McVicker Bob Maggart Pete Manos ,lack Mansica Robert Marbert Bob Marsh Charle Mason Cathy Masouras Billie Martin Bob Martin Klaus Martinez Nancy Matsen Vicky Matthews Marvin Mauldin Julius Maultsby Douglas Meares Randy Meares Keith Meares Bruce Langdon Patricia Larson Eleanor Lassiter Becky Lauve Bill Ledbetter Margie LeDuke Marion LeDuke William Lee Dorothy Lewis Ashton Lilly Jerry Little Lee Little Ruth Little Jerry Lloyd Sandy Lloyd Barbara Loflin Alvie Lowery Steve Luebbert Sue Lul-:itsch Fred McGill Mary McGougan Brenda McLaurin J ack McLeod Linda McLeod Sophomores discover new' M. sg, 5 , .N xx . "tw, xg., u ,.w :wif X-.X i,.W-'S-gwxgxo. ..-.112 VZ.-5 ' L33 , S 5 - Q. - -:fs K fl ., me ss? . si . .aj QI. I Q S K .5 .qt - .S F 'W ',-31. Sv ' f ' . . N 1 f . ' - by 5 X fs. X V 1, W? A . -.. ' 1 f tv.. 4 so 1 Q M. 4 as . - O 5 Q "' Q.. W g Lwltg J. 5:1 -1 V 35. ffl -:N Q- N-, 5 X' X Q .tam Q XY . ..., . 1 .... . 5.52. Q W ,. .lm tif- ..g..., Q W was . :1 S-5 at Nt.. .... M . wx A Q ' ' ' ' "" : S.. ina, rg.. .Q-jg i li Y' 1 .X E. 'if ' '5 .... '-53" SXSW' ' it -.- A .,Ab X -:Q Xxi .gf " . ' N- - fi K- -3 9' Q ,X QENS r. kg. '. rmilrt .eg ,A E. , l rx- al vu, . if-tvs R' " New if Y' iw. vs . . W., IS i xl. . is 'i 55 Randy Medford Margaret Mertz Gary Miller Sonja Miller 1 WMF 6' Billie Milligan l x, 1 ' C f' William Milner ! ' ' X-Y' Vi X Chuck Mirns Fred Mitchell Michael Modzelcwski 4, - -f ' ' - 2' - - -' " , Brian Morrison R' :Q 4 I - , x- P Sonja Morrison ff ' P ' 'ZS' X Steve Mosby l S' W , an 1 Dr 1 1 K K A l Steve Moses 1 Kathy Moss A A Joe Motte , ' f' 'M Q ,, Michael Mona l if' ' I1 ' ' if Carol Mozingo - " Beth Mullins Q Q Wi ve, 1 we 1 Sarah Munoz Elenita Muniz . . ,,,:,x -.2 A. H Butch Murphy K 15' ' all 7 N r Willialri Murray 2 X19 , , ' 'A gg Q M Michell Narfon l,. I l - Don NaYlor 4 l' ll ""' ' "'::"':" i I X it A worlds of work and sfudy vw A , Q r Joe Nease f 1, , Larry O7Brien 6 ' 1 , f , .Q if 5- 1 Lynn O'Dell .. 1 PM W l A ' -1, J: "-6 Ella Ruth odom al: f ,, Linda Odom ,, r , Q, Y D wi Jeanette Olive Bill Olsen ,uk ' r V 5 K M 5 Dennis Olsen 9' , 5' A-7" ', ' Q... E. ru- "hi Alan Orcutt -. :Q 2 -17 ' L ' . -. A Cecelia O'Rear 'l T' 5' f T l Maren Ostborg ' 'A 5' Jirnmy Overman ,,,, l 'V ' ill Jerri Owens 1 Martin Oxendine .a A2 -'T ,F 5 V ,A ' Bill Parrish ' Q- -- 5, U V Wi 'i Sue Parker :. ,. '-T X " Roberta Parkerson f f W fav! W' W3 Suzanne Parkinson P Judy Parnell A r Jerry Pate Q.. 4, 5 "' " A Ronald Pate , ,QL Helen Pawl , PA Holly Payne f Patti Pearce 5 :r.a::wwrwc- Q . -.., N,-Kal, vw- wk ,Q ,., 3- -11-yi 1 ', NN l t P Xb g Q, P "' 'N as X lj' -1 i r . R 5 4 . wx ,Y , gy 4. .,.. l 5 5 f ', , bg: M, V AX' :NQQI .1 , f, ,gs in Q 'X NIST' f' -.. W v 5. vi- , 1:50 P " 5-my R. Ronnie Peele Diane Peoples Mary Perry Cindy Peters Sharon Peterson Anne Pickens Sammy Pierce Clifton Pilgrim Pat Piner Alan Pittman Dave Plummer Steve Plummer -' 5: . lv ,W T. . i Fr S'-sl srl- .5 QLLJN wr X V -f as 1 :ri X - g - F' John Pollock l as .::.- :fy so ill Beverl f P 1 l S rtoe .XL C 'K 5 O0 C i Y M " " Mary Poole 4 ' GIS e . ,QR R f Q f ' ' 1 Robert Poole Q Bill Porter d Charles Pritchett 9 A A 'R X F W 9 A ,lames Pucas - W' .fm , " . W Q . 1 vw- '-' - s-.Q----W gpg Erls Ramos x f we ' saws - ' Eg, - 1 1 I Luz Ramos N Rose Mary Ramos 62 A P A we J6EiI1RHl1l1I1 ' ' -Q--X '-R .Lx X Lloyd Rawls 3 Qi- f ills, Q . Q- David Ray ' 2-MH-RAR .kr - ' Nlary Ray it .4gus::5. -YQ., S ' Lee Raynor 1 . -- R M M3 Connie Raynor Q, X Rhonda Reams ri . A U :rx xy- Q, - ' 4 XJ ' I , Susan Remecke David Re-vis - Clennys Reynolds W ', rf S gf Q Frank Rezeli ' V Q" Q, x X lxathy Rice , N' ' g"N, - if ,. agar ,Q-gf ' , , P X 'Fi Carolyn Riddle ' " it T E, L I I. X Jeffery Riek is 'i v. I 4 2 sy ' - ' ev ' f' ff ' - 4' X" ' gb Q ' Q " fx Cheryl Riley ' - 'P rf ' EX Peggy Ritter " fi "' V 5 .. Jimmy Rivers Y ' . ww-gf 1 by-www K l 1 irfzfv Elmer Roberts F :A .X C X -- . H if Ixenny Robertson f"' "' '- -A f :K Q xv Mil r gy. aff" 'P' George Robinson Q 1 -4"' 44 ' ' GH, k R I . Q- .fx -:gg -P X5 Lin Robinson P K . y ' David Rogers If Q . ' ' N'Tf.'Wf"' F I ' We ' Susan Roop " " " 'V' A " . Susan Rorschach fl Q? " 'Q , " "' in D -- Nancy Rose ' we -7' QL! ' Bill Rouse K X 1 Jimmy Royal w:S ' -Mfg' y v AA XV? 1 . X X " ,'5',23l G x 53" X , W , 2 B X --nf, N D 2 X3 . .Mil A 5, yu- y y1Af.,... 5 'Qs- ' v -' TMSYPX' SNwI':?Qf'I'37I',1: ' -N" N . N Q 5- .4 as .g -- -:ca-S 1 N t- , ,Q :- x1 A . Q W. - .,-v A L- W as 9...-X - Q -- Nas ,- Q wg T I 34 pn nr 3- ,jf-QTY? az: rf ..y,N 4- ' -em Susan Royal Jane Bulnick Polly Bussell John Byneska Janice Salyer Martha Sandlin Justine Scanlon Cindy Scherer Paul Schnurr Charlie Seahurg John Seagroves Jean Shearer Brenda Shearon Danny Sheet Carole Sheil -. r ,s. v All-'N Q A 'N' aww A N K Ji. We S, ,Q Q A lx ,-v -. 1. 4-T ' ,Lf , -"I Q y Q 1: sl ,T ex ft gf K ' gr 71 1 .- A ry ,S xt y, , wr X er X n S 1 sq if rag-Y ti . E Q ' f' I 1 T at Q me sf f ia it Q Qs Q , ,S 4 f B C' , '11 Lg l i 3" ' .J 1 sv f., - - A 9 1 l , Vanna Smith Victoria Smith Jim Soffe Vernon Spruill Ruth Sroka Bob Staff Joe Stambough Susan Stann Patsy Starling Carol Stein Jo Ann Stewart Lynn Stockbridge Pete Stoddard Shirley Strickland Johnny Sullivan .uv 2, N 1 1. as 'v ' g' ,.. 1 V x Gggflf l '-.2 ml 'A-1' PT V 1 ,.. Q, 1' t yu' I Fred Shields Cindy Shrowder Sandra Sibbett Barbara Simmons Larry Simmons Darlene Simpson Jimmy Simpson Robert Simpson Bill Sisco Jack Slappey Paula Slaughter Patsy Smals Cary Smigel Chris Slnith Doug Smith Jerry Smith Judy Smith Karen Smith Rodney Smith Shelia Smith 'S'6-""- ff ' ef l' H .. el .ha ,Q 1 ,Sw zn- X .f X . M f- 2 -f- -a "fi Q. " Q 'Sr 5' ' 1 l 'N' ' .. C My , Q? u3s F T wr ---- . 'f:-:mw.':m1..t-.- , - ,k,,wQ,,..,,4. . Mk S 9: ,.-' MLW, 3 . , .,,. ,. ...,,. :..x.,,: ',,,,,: RObe1.t Sunday Q Q- my B -13 T 1. - . H , V - 31 ara ama 15 Qi A 5 ' . ll" ' ."' . '- "'X -W Elizabeth Tamalis - - .Q . t -vf ix , A- , rw-9. -'hai -- X . , gf -. M ,I tg '.f,, L ,W i of 5 E1chardFTaylor w - 'Eff f 'If 'U ' '1'- Q? 1"'fL.Tf .-'- , fi 011113 HY 01 " 11 5 ' 1'1' Mildred Taylor .. ,K b ,. T.: S , X , . , . . . Carol Teague , " H 5 ' t V A t Sue Terrell 1 "h Q, " "" Z, A ' 1 V -rf an . ,A P We - 'T , ganice Tew ' A E "" V A with - Q, . arolyn Thomasson A f if fa 1 1' 10 Thompson A k:h4 FP P X... I . Q1 ,lackie Thornhill , ., . ,.--,-. N , M "' -rl'-5 Br 1 .VA,,L,.. ' i-. IE QN 1 L 'iii Tony Thurman kjx W J ' '1,. 4-'f 1 -..,. wg William Timperley "' V T' , I '1"' ..'-. ..- ,H Q- Linda Tindall .11 - W, ,,, uf A f A M Elaine Trenary 7 zi. ff' r ""' Q ' 1 " 'rg' Charlotte Trypack 'QT Q T- l 4,f:.X If Richard Turner . Q ',-' Q 1 'ffggk , '- '-' M James Underwood 'N i t Qoi, f ,uhx at ui. .y '1' D my Mary Vann frm Q-ml Zlir 3 .Q 'A . -A Z X X ' , - ll, 1- ,' Nancy Vann :L . 3: , .,.t. 'lii Qfxff. Bill Vazquez V Sara Veseia ' ' Q " X Walter Vick Sophomores proud fo be aw Ann Villanueva . , i 1 ilii T R T Sandy Voller ' Q James Vones , . C' J: 1- ' Hedy Vurnakes v 'V ...V ,, 1 -5, f 'T 'i"ii 1 - 1 T Sandra Wade ' "Y" "Tift 'ii 3.1 Daisy Wallace 'ft 1 N' ' T, xs- Mike Waldhart ' 1 1 Linda Waltelis l 1 ' -. T' Robert Walton f . . 'A , . , , Daphine Wands I fa at ' 'oo' rl' fzt. ti' 1i Lynn Wapinski ' ii' in -5 ii Jay Xxfarner -fir m x,., X ,,!,'1 cu F QW Q3 I36 Don Warren Pat Waterfield Phillip Waters r Terry Watts Laura Webber Jimmy Weeks lVlike Welch Margaret Wedemeyer Jimmy West Jimmy Whalen Mary Wengert Toby Weller tl"".,.7f T: Q y, ,g 555 761 15... N .cw To y- fx 'x . ' 4 ' an N- i 1. ,,,... X.,- -- - -- wr-,VAN . .. an, Tx! , X :gpg , new ' iii T-ii - 1 :ri t 72 K X, ,W Af' I ' ...Y 'Q r ' j 'Sat 1,gf.,x ' 'fkx -A , 6 csv- 1 ga ,KA ' -rl A rr , , .- . .- , c , ,af "' x ' x x .,,. x mv X Q-. V 11' .tv - f Y , . Nr I XS N ' i- gy: 0 Q 1 ws. -Q- -cv Q' QL. 'M X ,W William West Charles Wheeler Barbara Wliite Elizabeth White Kathi Wlhite Larry YVhitehead Sandy Wlillard ,lan Yvillianis Mack YVillia1ns Yvenclell Williams Mike Wlise Vernon Wise Lester Yvitter Stephanie Wolfe Karen Wood Kenneth Yvood Perry Woolever Flint Worrell Sharyn Wooten John Wright Leon Wright Charles Yates Rosie Yates Diane Ziler part of F.H.S. CLASS OF 1963 . r-.., .,.., 'rv' H" . I : V. . ' . " 'gig 2+ -, iff Qisifi' Snr , 9 if ix-.,.m if . X ina:-:M .N .f'i5g21:s1'1' I38 .. .Q . bi., ,, They worked hard un the Miss FHS Contest. .A B 1 1 Last spring, the Class of '63 elected as their officers: Phil Dunn, presidentg George Collins, vice-presidentg Kris Romstead, secretaryg and Pamm Northcutt, treasurer. ! Juniors take an active part in the pep rallies. Gene Adkins Richard Alligood Connie Altman Bill Allen James Anderson Judy Anoel Kathy Autry Ann Baggett Bennie Baker Loria Ball Mary Baluss Linda Beard Joe Bell Elizabeth Bernard ' Williairi Bernard .- . ...- s,. , E- , .fy 5 , t ' V ' ---- x15 ' A 'gm in w- , W. 1 I -1-4,1 ' ---- , K. ,Af i fri ' rr' ow i 1. If il 3 1.- Z-, 'df , . 1 ,. Q. ' 'T 1 mfr v :aa W W ff' ' - - 3, 4' , ' T53 Q I A , '14 x ., , , f ,Q y-N X i X 'K' s U 0 ea 'V " .6 3 E-i xr -4 I A an ,... M j I wwe, ' f'f"f Q 'M' W' rife- . C v-. we fr" WN 'Sl Lf 'E' E Y so 'Y747' P no in V, 'il -gg . iv T 1 5 1 5 1 ,1 . A V 1 . "' " an- -run nur Us 4 . , ,I Ao 'z A ay- fig iw' L, ,: ,Cv V, Y but '- Cl 1 -'J' .1 ' ' 1 f ,, X wwf MU 2 l Wim Y., . 1 . I 956 Yu 'fir' fig, W uf -ff Ng ,f I . i- A f fi .fins : fi 0 4 4 1 ,, , I, Bonnie Berry Lewis Bibb lVlardell Bittick Marilyn Bittle Janet Bivins James Blanton Stan Boardman Betsy Bowles Pete Bowman Jennifer Box Anne Boyette Holly Bradley Charles Bradley Anna Brady Dianne Bradford Gloria Brannon Curtis Braswell George Breece I39 . riflff., , 7 . 9 1, f v eg: 1 - is 5 . fe- I ' 1: v,-rv ,, - .bra ii, fr r, if "X JHTPW "' ' -- ,A , - Q . g rg.-lgfs - , ,. y pk 3 .,. , .Q-'fs J .X i t ' 5-1 W' -.1 ,r.,. w-..---K Piss . . . 5-f ' , .. ,, . . X y , .. Nia . " ' ' Q M' r -as: r rr, , -1, im Q- ,f F Q, X73 is "" , w ..-.., ..-M ii" i""'i 'wx -7 " -ESX Q iw x-gp y iv ff- ' . , Q Q , ,sb A ,..... , . .. s "W i" .5 if iff, . "i We 'iiiiia f X Q X i 3 3 '- , 2 1 -X I 1 ' ,fr-' - fi..- S 5 1 x I. X .. r Q ,fs 5 - ' . , -'-- : - K -. 1 1 :rg , 5 s ' r - Xa 3 .-. X 4 ' ' 'wh it A K . an-'N Q, ' Q 4-V - A Q Q . , su- 5: an r -H f 5-for fb iff W F ia K f i-F33 f K it . - 1 X f A ' X .. M -. . EW? .Wd msgs wx! ,1 A ,Q Q!i..va'f fs it N. 1 ,,,,,. ...- ,,. , 5 X D Q ir 1' 55,..,v 1' ell- E, f hes? -M , 4 1 :fi 3 Q 'vu ' Ads mf ,- Q ,ge 1-,,, as in -Qs: " ..2f,. rid, 1 N- 4 A C " -...A 'Nr' if 1 l N I40 69- X . iv .. 'Y Q if Q X. X N af 3 M -5' . x . 5.5 .:fyX.g,.r x 'S-,X . Fir A . my x i.?..jV. .rim r Q, -Q, Y Bbw N s Q, 3 . . K1 A -.. ,rv Suzanne Brennan Tilden Bridges Brenda Britt Marvin Brooks Sheila Brooks Beverly Brown Judy Bruton Ellen Marie Buckner Dave Bue Leighton Bunce Vlfayne Byrd Dickie Byrne Charlotte Cade Charles Calhoun Gayle Campbell Judy Campbell Linda Capps Wanda Capps John Carnes Carlton Cash William Cash Peter Caudill Elaine Caulk J. L. Chenney Richard Cheroff Greg Chrisafis Linda Cobb Barbara Cockfield Elaine Collier George Collins Linda Collins Dave Conatser Elaine Cook Sue Cook Morris Cooper Randy Condos Charles Crain Pete Crane John Creed - ...T ..m,T.1 3 .ov V - - , ' .., 1 - . Q, . - i r .fix 'X vu, ' 1 S ,.- -D J..-. .Q-,, ,- s, 4 , .. " -11 vs - -4 .sf O 0' Uv ' i Af' 5 4,4 . R P I fr M-x -'-tx . 46-' Tx I. v E 'Y 'QV ,f-, ft I ,-23,4 f 4, Bonnie Crofoot P' M , 'Mr' Ann Davey Don Davis Guy Davis Linda Davis Frances Davis Sonja Davis Zetlie Deane Carmen Del Corro Carol Delaney Sharon DeYear rn as ' ' 4 ., s rs - . if-"" I f .- i an ', H I ::f . 'fl' 4- fb f an L L,- vs sv xr W K Q ,, 4 nf .. AM, J . wr' '9- Juniors possess fighfing spirit Maddie Dickinson Phil Dunn Juliette Early Jerry East Ruth Ann Edge Larry Edwards Bud Elvey Joe Elvey Sandra Fair ,lack Farr .4 G 'fv J?r"+" ,GS :Q fy U E I Q ff. M ffl. ,E if , s "QI 1, . Wa H X gi A 4 pb Q A, v- -v as -fa i l4I Y X N Q 1'- - I O -ff Q i s Q . a " . F sf: "' 5 N an , - Q A Q--0, wa V, she. me :A X ' ,X ,.,- .1 X 'ey 4' -51 Ki ,. Q f' "' K' r ' 1. 'V X . Q, K we -' fx, '---Q' wud V fm-... ,,, xssv' -Q S' Q 1 4 Q 1 . we j t -M5 MX vs 5' is XXX' w fa- r 1 v 1145, . M ,Q --sf-A - - fs "x,a-- ' Q ' . rw ff -' 'JN G - , g Q., - V a. 'fi' .g sm Q ..- , ,Q fx: gy- E w Q .ga ,,:' e 4 , ' a ' vw "N s .. Q, if 97 -- , W- Q A, X N .: '1 .Q ..,,., Ni .... V I . w X , N W ' -If N--wf y 'v5::vR'f il 'xml' 5? Q X S . -K XA .N is Susan Glaser Rickie Glover Jimmie Graves Judy Green Sam Greenway Neill Griffin Sue Grimmett Lynn Grumbles Teresa Gurley Kathy Hair Charles Hall Donna Hall Mary Alice Hall Joy Hamilton Gary Hankins SKK XXQ X X I x + K9 QS .: X WK x., ' r NX XX Q Q: I5 fg:,5kl.Q, , X W, G . V, .. ff ffl! X in w A 3 N X ... v.. iw QI f 1.-sy-Q 5: az: '41-:wr E ' 1 f. . 'br' X Fill: if 'P' I f 5 532 Z i , Q4- 1 i ,QQ X Loretta Hammonds if ,R W ' f 1' X x Mary Harlaert Patricia Hardee rl s.. l ,, l42 Sue Ferguson Cindy Fewster Kathryn Fields Vicky Finigan Barbara Finn Neill Fleishman Becky Fort Roger Frazee Peggy Gardner Vicky Gardner Margaret Gates Harold Geddie Melody George Terry George Anne Gilmore Undersfudies this ear - - N wg W ji -imp S xx A+' A rs, xii, -X x , , . Fifi K N , ,sy is , Q , XY- . P- i f w. - 4 C ' Q e s lt Q Q- ' 4 L7 ,,-uf Qu. X mln,-.f Charlotte Harrill Chuck Harrill ,lane Harris Robert Harris Shelley Harris Katherine Harrison Kathy Harvie Tricia Hatcher Barbara Haymes Carolyn Heath Mary Hellenthal Nilsa Hernando Cornelia Hice Bonnie Hickman Margaret Hobbs leaders next ' 'Tit -'iFi"" ' N , 2 L E - 1212 . , A :Q . '1 Sf. L. -- 'iligg .-v- -L. --. it V F41 fe' 'fs - 4 - X 62... -sa .,.p- .-Q ' x 4.- w- ff' 1 I A 'I x- liggax p' -1' "' va f s , ,, A me 'gk' Us r ff- v A "" ' "Vw - if V f ff 'ut - ,fda 'Q 'Lx , 7 Rn 1':'Yl li M Q 3 I -af 4 . V I 4. ' Q A L - vw v- li I - f '55, 'J' an t "' 241' ' 'f' 1-- fir 'L ,, -r 1. y ,W Y Y M as 1' -it can fs I lil, F S22 -.f 'v lrlayt 4 Jar. 5 I -W .. .. 95, " Jimmy Honeycutt -f - 'ff A b fx J' nm ' Horne V ,W A fi 1- .5 we 11 . y el' "" V -.,.. .-- Marian Horne -:Z :V fy- 'T' at" Kathy Horner av' y "A John Hornick , . ' U al ,, .f t ., W if to -f: 9- 2 'Cf A 1:53 ,ID '37 C' K ws' VW I .V " l -.Q yntp , I ' "' S 4 nt' , V - ,. f.. ,gf V'-A ., r 47 -ix Q' ' L 'ba rf, Y-' 4 -,. i 'nv I "' , . N ' - ' -""" '-:V ' f " 'V 1 it le Betty Housworth Paula 'Hudson Tom Humphries Jean Hutchinson Betty Jackson Judy Jernigan Buclcly Johnson Shelia Johnson Christine Jones Gladys Jones Kathy Jones Lois Jones Owen Jones l43 .yu .wg v. ws' X N-sg' W E ? x 'B 4' v. : in ' 'T' is ' ' .--x . v- H 4: if ld, ,WS ' -fv'f,f'- fn r ,swlfvx 4' K "" I g N, I . P 1 . if . "' rr' . a i Q ,rv -vw 'g . if , -sf - -six ,X E :,,,i,, XX ll Q .- 1 W gi .,.-.1 523 e -' -"-1 dy. -- 'K ,.. 3. aw . ,-ii -as ., is ' , W R -.,, , '- N .4 ,, X x 'ii L f 1 'fx P 1 , A '- A' 'N lag 1-Ta n '11 .-' " Q 'Aa 5 P. N Q - B ' 3 gAf ww., 3- K,o i af ,. L Y , 'fr . 'Q 'wwe 'W' " fx , " :li fm? 1.-Q rv lm is . ff A , ., 1 ,W A af XX ,...-- ...A New "f . an .. -, X N i ...,,.., Q ., ,- . .igxfygsggxim N ,,.. 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" 5 ox Y - .Y , K f F E Q Y 5 w.- - tm, f s. 1 if Q Sarah Jones Eddie Joyner Harriet Kanzer Helen Kish Matilde LaBoy .lohnny Lanipros Martha Lancaster Mary Lancaster David Langford J im Larson Nick Lean John Ledhetter Kay Leclbetter Anne Lee Virginia Lee Lila Leverett Nita Little-john Charles Lockamy Ben Long Gerald Loper Barbara Lorek Bill Lowrey ,Dianne Macllwinen Lulie Maeliethan Larry McLaurin Carolyn McLemore Bill McClenCl0n Philip McCorkle ,loan McDade Frank MCDavicl Susie McDonald Wfayne McDowell David McNally Eleanor Mewhinnie Bruce Mallick Donna Mann George Manska Judy Massengill Kathryn Matthews Carolyn Maxwell Frankie Maynard Albert Melvin Anne Melvin Penny Melvin Cary Miller Gerardo Munoz Johnny Mish James Muffett Janet Monterose Linda Moore P 'ix NL, 1 1733. 4 rl 3, . ttf? 3, l ,Q L v,- ef, ' 'L sei 5 my . , -If 4 vw "' L' .,... 2 .V A 'V if ' ff 21. ,Q ws x . fa. - - " "sk: . . L.. g . ,gf ir' 'war' Y S I ,Z I Ki 1- 11 6- . -I, 3 ,Am . A 15 'A M", Y V, ' T f- :4 1 'rv' 35 ,W 'N 4, -Y H, l - 7 r ll th ' if li 'ZH l M M- 4: T, N ,S L t 1 ww iv b ,ff .X M- School becomes routine for Juniors Danny O,Quinn s ,, A f" 1 A f 1 Charlotte Morrison : 5 U ' ,U K A gy 5251. a ,Q Lee Murldhy 65' -e A A Mi ' fi- ' ' wi V K ,.. . Dianne Nichols X.. 5 'R Q 6, 5 ,. Q ' V rx ,Q'.t. Pamela Northcutt 'A Q ' "ij QT' ' 'rw " 2- ,VM fl Paul Ostborg David Owen David Padgett Barbara Parker Brenda Parrish ff ' "L: wJ."" A' VN- , be kv X ,Y , R. 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Jimmy Parrish Bob Peele Susan Peele Linda Peoples Frank Perkins Peter Petroutsa J im Pigott Mary Piskadlo Betty Pittman James Plante Doug Polk Elizabeth Pollard Ray Porter Linda Postlethwait Gary Price Juniors find if fakes more is-fix. Howard Satisky Ann Sc-haclel Sue Schnurr Robert Scott Mary Segesky La rry Sessoms Norman Shaw Billy Shaw Susie Shearer Mickey Sherrill Robert Sivholtz X vonne Simmons Gorcian Sloat Alan Smith r r-" if YQ. 5 'E bww' ' il , .. I Q L V t , ,N . . , . 6 4 W' Ar' . 25 G ' "' " ' 4' ii' 1 4: - 4..- e- A U-' l -. 1 ti., Q Xt y..f- -,1-- f- ':' 1 -, S., ' 3 ' ," ,gfzibg ares- ' U - 1 , bf , , v N ' ,M af -v wliigfil I ive? . ' A ' iff? '- fir S v- t 1 ,. ,. .ff ' "TT ' , ' A -- N v 'f 4-A 4' , , . - V H: 1-i , 5 ,A ,-- - T' f, ft U iv f 4 4.- ' V 1.-. if suv e.f . C 4' , "' -'T' ' '4':r:"' .Q ,,,f-... 1,1 - A t 11 , N ' -sv P? V ' ' fe Wa' fi ' D 'G' , .a f.. 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J X r W, w. wg - x 112253 ' Visa flee F-'Q 1 f , i ,E , as ii. X is 'sr' g W xW'i"i?T3Y33i'.K"'N Q, T l"Tj1':RSi 1213 X X p1t..L.xsQQ Saw. 6 . Q . , t , ,W Marv if , my N Y xmv, Nw ,gb-ixi'-C ,Q L 5, .N .. sw 5-f -awn- sv' A ix W 5 Larry Tew Leonard Thagarcl Morris Thompson Pat Tinimernian Rita Tineher Linda Tonkel Jeanie Tornow Diane Ussery Vicki Vaughn Charles Vick wait hopefully Bill Vurnakes Barbara Waldron Robert Walker Brenda Walters Patricia Walters Rosemary Walton Elaine Warren Alan WdtC1'S Tim Watson Judy Watts Linda Sue Weeks Nora Wellons Danny Wemyss Robert YVestlJrook Bettv White Charles Willialiis Gary YVilson Holly Williams Mary Anna Willia Wayne Williams S 111 S Billy Wvillinglian . .. ' " A Q S o . 5 JCl'1'YxVllSOIl 3- A N . 4 l 1- "' v 'PQ 'K lf J X Clair Witter' Larry Wolfe Yvayue Yates . ,fu .3 , , 4.42 k ,113-Q',,l A -0 '-' A Ji? . 1- ,' ,I it 'NN 'hw '. -. Q, 'slim Richard Zalnovnik V Mary Louise Zaliran ,,, -5 3' A-1, '- Patricia Zallran Teresa Zahran ,QQ-Jg,y for fheir rings ?' kfrf Juniors, Curtis Braswell, Cary Wilson, and Holly Williams, proudly display their new class rings. I ,wi Cs. I fs ,-Ar 'V' 1, , Q---r 1 4 55? .,,3.,5.,1.,,f1:""fT ' 2 y,Aw?z,myy.w,. ,,., 9 1 W, 6 '31 3 ,. , ' wi V- -'.f:.. '.m.,-ily 3' " 'V' r 1 , 'W'6f'+.:b: ,ZW f 4 4,4 4 ' A :i Q ' ,1 23 Aff: 1,3 Q E I49 Class History, Class of 1962 Three years ago we bravely entered F.H.S. as lowly sophomores with mixed emotions. We were somewhat afraid, but more excited than anything else. With the help of our capable class officers. however. we made it through that first year. We really had fine officers that year with Mary Gray Teague as president, Tip McColl as vice-president, Nancy Weinerth as secretary, and Grady Strickland as treasurer. During our sophomore year Doug Culbreth received the Citizenship Award, and Jim Pigott was awarded the Band Service Medal. We were also well represented in other fields. Marlene Floyd was fourth runner-up in the Miss F.H.S. Contest, and the waiters and waitresses for the Jr.-Sr. included Mary Gray Teague, Bobbi Cato, Marlene Floyd. Carol Bruce MacFadyen, Ben Hailey, Jones McCall, Ronnie Peoples, and Larry Harris. Finally we were upperclassmen. Our junior year was the busiest year of all at F.H.S. Our outstanding officers helped to make this a most successful year for us: Grady Strickland, president, Larry Harris, vice-presidentg Tip McColl, secretary, and Judy Dupree, treasurer. Also Mary Gray Teague was secretary of the student body, and Carol Bruce Maclradyen was treasurer of the student body. Many members of our class received awards that year. Doug Byrd was awarded the Courtesy Cup, Ken Kennedy received the D.A.B. History Award and the Louise Black Scholastic Award, Mary Gray Teague received the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award, and Jim Fish won the Stedman Essay contest. Our nine elected marshals were Mary Gray Teague. Chiefg Larry Harris: Don McCoyg Grady Strickland, Carol Bruce Maclradyeng Sandra Julian: Mary Davis Riddle, Dan Perryg and Tip McColl. We presented the Miss F.H.S. Contest our junior year in order to raise money for the annual Jr.-Sr. Prom. lt was a very successful contest with Joanne Gray represent- ing our class as second runner-up. and Mary Humphreys as 'fMiss Congeniality? The most exciting event was the Jr.-Sr. which we called 'fSayonara,', a Japanese good-bye. At last we reached the final stretch. Now we are seniors. This year we are led by Jimmie Little. president: Dan Perry. vice-presidentg Mary Gray Teague, secretary, and Andy Augustine. treasurer. Don McCoy is president of our student body, and Lorraine Black is vice-president. Don is also treasurer of the State Student Council, and F.H.S. was honored by being chosen as the site for the State Student Council Convention this year. Mary Gray Teague is the editor of the Lf1Famac, and Bob Page is the business manager. We have been led in cheers this year by Sandra Julian, head cheerleader, and her squad. We were so proud of our basketball team for defeating Raleigh for the first time in 15 years! SOS week, which means HSupport Operation Support,', was sponsored by the cheerleaders. and was really a week to remember. Five lovelies from our class took top honors in the Miss F.H.S. Contest this yearg Mary Davis Riddle, Miss F.H.S.g Mary Jane Lambeth, first runner-upg Sandra Julian, second runner-upg Jean Jones, third runner-upg and Mary Gray Teague, sixth runner- up. We gaze back fondly on these memories and know that we will never forget them: the Senior Girls, Christmas Dance. the Washington trip, the Senior Play, and the Junior-Senior. We will remember these. but the memory that will be most vivid in our minds is the song g'Pomp and Circumstancew as we leave the same way we came, with mixed emotions: somewhat afraid. but more excited than anything else. Mary Humphreys Class Historian CLASS OF 1962 Q Class officers, Jimmie Little, Dan Perry, Mary Gray Teague and Andy Augustine, were lhe leaders in our active senior year. 'v 1 1 1 I V. ' i s 1, ' V V W V 'p ,, ' . .f -. Q if ' 1 ' , s, . r X , P 1. :Qi , - 4 f X 4 Y Q The senior class is very proud of our Miss F.H.S. of 1962, Mary Davis Riddle. The charming mascots for the class of 1962 are Jimmy "Bobo" Bryan and Joy Chavis. The upperclassmen enjoy their last year of pep rallies. JEANETTE ELIZABETH ADAMS "Jeanette" . . . "A goorl laugh is sunshine in a house" F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: Dramatics Club 23 Future Nurses 4: Clee Club 23 Intramural Basketball 3: Intramural Volleyball 33 Ir.-Sr. Figure Comm. 33 Library As- sistant 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest 4 DAVID WILLIAM ALFORD z f as-g. 'fs - . 3' , ' ,T1 3 4 - A any , , is 4 g i .. ,,, - t. 5' . af.. Q, ..,,,.......f 'ft . as , 'W 5 Y - 1- x rttf., V: .C .. "Dnz'irl" . . . 'cfllusic is the universal language of R 771flIIlfll1l'ln U V ' we X ex LEON EUGENE ALLEN "Leann . , . MThe real character of man is found out by his amusenzentsn EHSZ14 WANDA GAYLE ALLEN "Wanrla', . . . "The pursuit of the perfect, then, is the pursuit of sweetness and lightl' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Decorations Committee-Junior-Senior I 33 Miss F.H.S. Contest Poster Committee 3 MARY KATHERINE ATKINS 'iKathy" . . . c'Honor lies in honest toilv F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 4: G.A.A. 33 Intra- mural Basketball 2, 33 Intramural Volleyball 2, 33 Junior-Senior Decorating and Figure Comms. 33 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 33 Tri-Hi-Y ANDREW JOHN AUGUSTINE "Andy" . . . "If wealth be measured in friendships- he is rich" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Baseball Team 4: Basketball Team. Manager 3, 4: Senior Class TTEHSUTCTQ .l.V. Football Team 23 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 43 Intramural Bas- ketball 23 Intramural Volleyball 2: Jr.-Sr. Decora- tions Comm. 33 Key Club 4g S.C. Congress 43 Stu- dent Couneil 43 Teenage Club 23 Senior Superlative, "Friendliest" . 1: Q Qs -, 23339 . . rr . "if" 'N "P .-rvQ'E,'5.' is-ffl' , 1' N- IUDITH E. BA RBOUR ' "fully" . . . 'QA sunny heart, a smile to match" ' ' X F.H.S. 2. 3, 43 G.A.A. 2: Homeroom Officer 23 Intra- mural Basketball 2. Captain 33 Intramural Volleyball 53525 Q , 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. and Figure Comm. 3: if :" 9 mas... ,mx ' Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor 33 f IG' 'SX ",' A 4' 3 Q 3 Spanish Club 2: Teenage Club 2. ' W -Qs 5' 3 - se AJ :mms 'W' 'W JAMES HUNTER BARDEN -A V f' - . "Jim" . . . "Better late than newer" b", it gt F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Band 2. 3, 4: Band Drum Major 43 Band Section Leader 3, 4: Band Clinics 2, 3, 43 I 1 D.O. Club 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2: . Teenage Club 2, 3: Band Section Talent Award 2, 3 fi 1 152 v. BARBARA JUNE BARNES "June" . . . "Kindness gives birth to lfindnessn F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Int. Bsktball 2, 33 Int. Volleyball 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Miss F.H.S. Solicitor and Dec. Comm.: Teenage Club 2 LARRY MICHAEL BARNES 'iLarry" . . . 'ilt is better to be wise for others than for ourselresu F.I-LS. 2, 3, 43 Del. to S. C. Nom. Con. 23 Football Team Manager 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 4, Sec. 43 Intr. Basket- ball 43 Key Club 43 Monogram Club 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Senior Superlative "Most School Spirit" BRENDA CATHERINE BARRETT "Brenda" . . . "A quiet dignity surrounds her" F.H.S. 4g Miller Senior High 2, 33 Int. Bsktball 2: Int. Volleyball 2 ROY BRYANT BAUCOM "Bryant" . . . 'Wictory belongs to the most perse- reringu F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Track Team 4 'Q' 'f"'? Qwfb PATRICK WILLI XXI BAbl'IEI D 0 The only lem to lime a rlend IS to be one F.H.S. 2 3 4 .l.V. Football 2 HR V.-Pre... 2 R es. 33 R rears. 43 .fui . io ., ' :en- age Club 2g Track Team 2 GLENDA SUE BARLOW "Tinker" . . . "She snys "Lire and let live" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.E, Club 33 Clee Club 23 Int. Basketball 23 Int. Volleyball 2, 33 Dec. Comm. ,lr.'Sr.3 Lib. Asst. 3: Miss l7.H.S. Cont. 4 V . ,.., ..,,,.,,,,V V , ff? . V .uf A 1 3 . Qiagzgg.-1--Y 1 If 35.3 A ff ' .I . ,. .3 9 -f-:ff 'Hn WTR 3"'lw H, i ., CHERYL ANNE BEDFORD HCheryl" . . . g'Li1fe with nmn as if Cod sow you" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Future Teachers 43 G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: Clee Club 2. 33 Int. Basketball 2, 33 Int. Volleyball 2, 33 .lunior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3: Latin Club 23 Miss F.H.S. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4 JAMES RICHARD BELL 'flirnw . . . "Good nature is his code" 4: Clarksville H.S. 2, 33 Basketball 23 French Club 2: Int. Bsktball 33 Int. Volleyball 33 Mono- gram Club 2, 33 Tennis Team 2, 3, Captain 3 I53 M ws. ,XX V Nw..- w--..,...-, 2.75.1 .1-1 4 2 E, .- 1 ,- .1:g,,:w5g.,gSg5 -'Q.' gg iv, : , ,fps-:-., x.- Qs , V. , , we f- . XX V 'efsr' : :faqs i S . 5-. 15 -Misa, N .1 ai, m.,xs.3,v 'im . get 1' fl Cris- xv. suv.. -.-4-33.9 N . -. - ,C .v .1 .A ,AX E. X .A Q -, 4 H: . 4 X. ex.. . .xmx .wx as t .sw SAMUEL ALEXANDER BLACKWELL, III '4Andy" . . . 'AA car worshipped' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Teenage Club 2, 3 MARTHA ANNE BLACKWOOD "flIar1ha" . . . "Kindness so splendid' F.H.S. 2. 3, 4, S. C. Del. to Nom. Conv. 2, Future Nurses 3, 4, Secretary 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Latin Club 2, Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3, Tri Hi-Y4 I54 '-ish. LOUELLA ANN BENTON "L011e!1a,'. . . "Tis only noble to be good" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 4, Int. Bsktball 2, 3, Int. Volleyball 2, 3 NANCY CUTIS BETHEA :gg7Vt171Cj',, . . . '6He can't be wrong whose life is in the right" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Asst. Accomp. 2, 3, 4, News Reporter 4, Librarian 4, Section Head 4, Int. Bsktball 2, 3, 4, Int. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Sol., Dec., Entert. Comms., Teen Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4 CHARLES LEON BIGGS. IR. "Chr1rIes', . . . nJ0h'iI1g decides great thingsi' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, Varsity Football 3, Homeroom Vice-Pres. 4, Intramural Bsktball 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Latin Club 2, Teen Club 2 LORRAINE FLORENCE BLACK "Lorraine" . . . 'They go from strength to strength" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, French Club 3, 4: Intramural Bsktball 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Figure 4, LaFz1mac 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Entert. Comm. Chair. 3, N.H.S. 4, Student Body Vice-Pres. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Senior Superlative "Most Outstanding Citizen", President Student Forum 4, Finalist United Nations Speaking Contest 3, Hi-Topics Student Reporter 4 MARLENE FLOYD BLACK "Marlene" . . . "Sweetness survives" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, C.A.A. 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4th Runner-up, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 RONALD CILMER BLACKWELDER "Ron" . . . 'ifllischief spnrlres from his very eyes" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Ir.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Library As- sistant 4, Spanish Club 3 , Q ,rs E . A-N t A ,Q DARLEEN ANNETTE BLAY uljf1l'lPI'IIu . . . "xl pleasant girl lvilh a pleasant natural, EHS. 2, 3, 43 Art Club 23 Basketball Team 23 Dramativs Club 23 lfuture I'Irvmf'n1akers 43 Future Nurses fl-3 C.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Cb-e Club 23 Intramural Iluslwtliall 2, 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 43 ,lunior-Senior Decorations Committee 33 Latin Club 43 Bli-4 F.H.S. Contestant 3, -13 Bliss I7.H.S. Decora- tiona, S-iliciling Committee 33 Teenage Club 23 Tri- Hi-Y 3, el: Tri-HiAY Football Team 3, 43 Intramural Softball Team 3, 4 IINI ALLEN IZLEDSOE "jim" . . . "Some credit in being jollyu F.H.S. 43 Tl+t 2, 33 Basketball 'I-1-am 2, 3: l7ootball Team 33 Future Teachers 3: Homeronm Vice-Presb dent 2: .lunior-Senior IJ1-voratinns Committee 33 .lunior-Senior Figure 3: .lunior-Senior Waiter 23 Beta Club 2. 33 King of Tlst Carnival 23 Chairman of Roman Banquet 2: Annual Staff 2g Pep Club 2, 33 Best Citizena Club 2, 3 NANCY MARIE BLUM ",Yanc,s" . . . "Gracious as sunshine, sweet as the data" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Int. Bsklball 33 Int. Volleyball 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Com. 33 Spanish Club 43 Bowling League Championship 3 CHARLES PERRY BRIS-BOIS. IR. "C'hacl.'l . . . ':His disposition accepts the terms of life" EHS. 2, 3, 43 Delegate to S, C. Nom. Con. 33 Golf Team 4: Hi4Y 3, 43 H.R. Treasurer 3, Pres. 43 Int. Volleyball 3, 4: lr.-Sr. Dec. 33 Ir,-Sr. Figure 3g Monogram Club 43 Track Team 2 ALICE FAYE BRITT "Alice" . . . "The sun shines on her with pleasure" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g D.E. Club 33 Int. Volleyball 2g Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4 EDWARD DELMA BROADWELL III '5Ecldie" . . . HOUT character is the result of our conducf' F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Int. Bsktball 23 Teenage Club 2 t '5' ri ,-,- .ar-"' "Ul- 'fu-J' x f , ' 411 ROBERT LEE BROWN 4'Bob" . . . "I hare nothing to offer but blood, toil, and sweat" Mannheim American High School 2, 33 F.H.S. 3, 43 Bsktball Team 23 Ind. Arts Club 2, 3g Science Club 2 CHARLES STEVEN BRUMBERG fu Q-Q7 ,va-...,,,, '4Clzarles" . . . "To the man who himself strives earnestly, God also lends a helping hand" 2, 3, 43 Clee Club 2, 33 Student Director 23 Int. Bsktball 2 DAISY MCKAY BRYAN "Ut1is,ii' . . . "She bzzllbles zeilh li-lei, F.I'I.S. 2, 3, 4: Dele. to S. C. Nom. Conv. 2: HR Sec. 2. 3: Student Forum 4: Intramural Bsktball 3: lr.-Sr. Decoration 3: Lrzfrznmc Staff 4: Miss F.H.S.' Cont. 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Bliss Solicitor, Publicity Comm. Teen Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Senior Superlative "Wittiest" WILLIAM FRANKLIN BRYAN "Willie" . . . Tl-le who lmrlz found happiness hath ,found the secret" F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Football 2, 4: Int. Bsktball 2, 3: Int. Volleyball 2, 3: Track 2, 4 BETTY CAROL BRYANT "Cr1roll' . . . "Sweetness surrires" F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: C.A.A. -1: Int. Bsktball 2. 3, 4: Int. Volleyball 2. 3. 4: Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm., Solicitor3 VIRGINIA ANN BUESS 'gGinny" . . . 'Z-in outward and Visible sign of an inward and spiritual gracei' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: HR Pres. 2. Treas. 3: .Ir.-Sr. Dec. Comm. Chairman Carden: Latin Club 2: Library Assist. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor: National Honor Society 3, Vice-Pres. 4: National Merit Semi-Finalist 4: Library Club Re- porter 3: Delegate to N.H.S. Convention 3 ,IOHN PETER BUELOW "Pete', . . . 'fllan is the arlificer of his own forlunen F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Carlisle, Pa. HS 4 SUSAN ANN BULLOCK 'SSusi" . . . "IVisrl0n1 anrl goodness are twin born" F.H,S. 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Intramural Bsktball 3: Int. Volleyball 3: Ir.-Sr. Decorations Comm.: LaFa1nr1c Staff 4: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor, Decorations Comm.: National Honor Society 3, 4, Historian 4, Vice-President 4: Senior Superlative-"Most Intellectualn: National Merit Finalist 4 Qq.,L,M- ,,,,., .. ,T s . 51.3, as ., I N. I Dv 4 f f tt: I ' at -sf fx .Iii 3 99 ............ 'UQ HELEN LOUISE BUNNELL 'iLou1'se,, . . . M11 matters not how long we live, but hown F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: D.E. Club 2. 3: .Ir.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor: Spanish Club 3 NANCY LOUISE BURNEY "Louise" . . . "He who lores and laughs must surely do well" F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: D.E. Club 2, 3: .Il'-'Sl DPC- Comm- 3: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2. 3: Miss SUIICIIOIA if 'N W9 5 "Y-' 'g h , ' if 'iw V' f u ,. E ..,. 'ana--fifcvax US ar, 'N '1- I 4, in, C ! Lu. 'X LOUISE LYNNE CANADY "Louise" . . . 'tHer 1011715 ure ways of happiness" F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Delegate to S. C. Nom. Con. 2: Future Teachers 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Hom:-room President 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Decorations Comm. Jr.-Sr. 31 Miss F.H.S. Solicitor, Decoration Comm. Contestant 2, 3: Teen-age Club 2 SANDRA ANNE CARLSON "Sandra" . . . g'TI1e purest pleasure lies within useful occupation" F.I-I.S. 43 Bradwell Institute 2: Richmond Academy 33 Tlst HS. 3, Future Home-mal-:ers 2, Intramural Volleyball 4, Pamphlet Comm. Jr.-Sr.g Spanish Club 3 "L'w.4...., CLEO CORNILIUS BYRD, .IIl. C." . . . "Few men nmke llzemselres muster of lhl'I71Sl'll'0.S,, F.H.S, 45 Roseborn-Salemliurgg 2, 33 llanil Manager 2, 33 Baseball Team 2, .l.V. Ilaskc-tball 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 35 Intramural Ilasktftball 2, 3, -1: ,Ir.-Sr. Lighting Comm. Chairman, Latin Club 23 Teenage Club 2, 3, Track Team 41 Beta Club 2, 3: Sr-tyonrl Place- Award Sampson County Seieiietf Fair. CYNTHIA ANNE BYRD "l,'ir11I,i" . . . "Unto ffie1Jlire,11II1Izir1g.s are pure' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Art Club 43 Future Teachers 35 Intramural Basketball 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 3. 4: .lr.-Sr. Decorations Comm., Figure 33 Latin Club 2, 41 Miss F.I-LS. Contestant 2, 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Solicitor, Decorations Comm.: National I-Ionor Society 4g Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4 FRANKLIN DOUGLAS BYRD III hD0llg., . . . "Energy and persistence ronquer all things" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Ilasketball Team 21 Speaking Delegate to C. Nom. Con. 2, 31 Clee Club 2, 3, 43 Home- room Vive-President 2, 31 lr.-Sr. Floor and Flower Comm., Figure 33 Key Club 2. 3, 4: District Con. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Topics Staff 2, 3, 4: LHFOIIIIIC Staff 42 Migg F,H,S, Mugic Comm., Head Usher, Teenage Club 2: Track Team 3: Courtesy Cup Award 3 .IOHNNY CLYDE BYRD ujolllznyl' . . . "Brei'ily is lfie soul of wif' F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Basketball Team Manager 3g Intra- mural Baslietball 2: Intramural Volleyball 2 BETTY LOIS CAIN "Be1ly" . . . NRM! Happiness is deaf' F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3 JOHN DAVID CALHOUN Hjolzrf' . . . "Fortune befrierids the boldi' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 3, 4 ,,10"Pn QV' I ROYCE EDWARD CARROL "Royce" . . . 'gE1'6f't' man is the Arclziteet of his own soul" E.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Vice-President Homeroom 2: Decorations and Date Committee, Junior-Senior 3: Decorations and Soliciting Committee, Miss EHS. Contest 3: Teen- age Club 2: Chess Club 2: Junior Exchange Club 3, 4: Order of De3Inlay 4 CHARLES SEYBIOLR CARTER i'Charles,' . . . '24 elzeerulzzl life is what they lovev F,H.S. 2, 3. -1: lllillllllllllll Basketball 3: Intramural Volleyball 3: ,Iunior'Senior Decoration Com. 3: Libr. Assistant 4: Miss EHS. Dec, Comm. 3: Teenage Club 2 SCARLETT ANN Cl-IENEY "Scarlett" . . . "Silence is more eloquent llzan zcorrlsl' E.H.S. 3. -1: Richmond Academy 3: Latin Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2 KATHLEEN ROSE CIOTTONI "Kay" . . . "Kinrlne5s is Ilze golden Chain by It'lZiL'l1 sociely' is bound Iogellieru EHS. 2, 3, 4: Fri,-ncli Club 3, 4, Treas. 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: ,liz-Sr, Di-c. Comm.: Latin Club 2: Bliss F.H.S. Coiiteslaiit 3, 4: Nat. H. Soc. 4: Stu- tli,-nt lioriim 4 I58 'ns 'Q-5-rf' 1BlI'Ita:LXj.f eb? .IUDY CATHERINE CARTY 'clzldf' . . . UBeauty is power: a smile is its sword" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 2: Glee Club 2, 3: Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4: Intr. Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. -Dec. Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Decorations Committee ROBERT IVARREN CATALANA 4'B0b" . . . 'gH1's wants are ways of pleasantnessu F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Distributive Education Club 4 BARBARA ANNE CATO "Bobbi', . . . 6'Life is a pure flame and we live by an invisible sun with usa' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 4: Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2: Junior-Senior Waitress 2, Decorations Committee 3: LaFamac Staff: Miss E.H.S. Contest 3: Miss F.H.S. Decorations and Soliciting Committee 3: Scottish Dancer 3: Senior Superlative 'LCutest": Homecoming Sponsor 4 BENJAMIN ARNOLD CHENEY "Benny', . . . 'iHe who thinks for himself and rarely imitates, is a free man" F.H.S. 2, 4: Seventy-first 3: Football Team 3: Honieroom Vice-President 2, 3: Monogram Club 33 Pep Club 3 DAVID BRUCE CORRICAN -'DllI'l!l,. . . . i-Bl'lZ!lll0l' is rt mirror in zvliielz ereryont shows his image" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2g LaFamac Staff 25 Library Assistant 3, 45 Teenage Club 2, 3 DAVID CAMERON COSBY "Daz'ia"' . . . "It is excellent to have a gianfs strenglhu F.H.S. 43 Leavenworth High School 24 Carroll High School 3, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 45 Teenage Club 2, 3g Track Team 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3 NANCY ETHEL COX 6'Naney" . . . "The carefree lifen F.H.S. 3, 4 GERALD BOBBY CRAVER "Smokey" . . . "Happy am I, from care I am free" F.H.S. 3, 4, Lexington Senior High 2, Golf Team 2, 3: Homeroom President 2, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 3g Representative to Student Forum 35 Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Teenage Club 3, 4 1'f"""'f JAM!-.5 WILLIAM I,.L.Xl,lxI M "lim" . . . "fV0Il1l11g is irnposxilnlr' to fl willing limi!" EHS. 3, 41 Ilulmsake, Okinawa Senior lliglh 2: 1 " . V , , . . . lnahwlmll loam 2: Etude-nt Cottiiml 2: Spanish Clult 2. 3. 4 JANET DEANE IIOCKE HJHIIUIU . . . isDI1HL'lIIglI'8l nmke liglzz llze lzr-nrt" F,H.S. 2, 3, 4, Miss EHS. Contestant 2, 33 Miss F.I'I.5. Solicitor' 31 54,-ottisli Dancers 2, 3g Scottish Dane-t-rs l'rcsid:-nt 45 Spanish Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3 aww 'Qumr- L...-Q' ROBERT SAMUEL CROMARTIE III '6Sam,, . . . 'c0ne who never turned his baclr, but wallrea' straight f0l'IL'f1l'll,, F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Football Team 2, 4: Homeroom Vice- President 2, 4, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, District Convention-Key Club 2, 3g Key Club Board of Directors 4, Monogram Club 45 Track Team 2, 3, 4 KARL BRYANT CROWE "Karin . . . "A pleasant companion, a true frierttiv F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, lr.-Sr. Dec- orations Comm. 159 fq0"""""?-1' ...,,,xg,5, .. f. N Ijj, ,.,,,, g s ,S s X ""' X K X N News SD I LD SDK X NSW' "" " x X Q X XX XX x X , " X- uc., .gb gm NT x :egg ASQ , xx.: 1- CNRS N'-wk s. X X WILLIAM DEBRUIN, JR. "Billy" . . . "Full of mischief, frolic, and fun" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Decorations Committee 3, Latin Club 2, Teenage Club 2 ELLA LOUISE DEITZ "Louise" . . . "By diligence her efforts bloomn F.H.S. 4, Mesa, Arizona High School 2, 3, News- paper Staff, Assistant Editor 3, Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, Intramural Volleyball 4: Annual Staff 3, Tri-Conettes 2, 3, Debate Club 3, Debate Club Sec- retary 3, Quill and Scroll 3 I6O N., I ,-its ..,- :.,,,,.s,.s:.,,.,.,.... X., X Ssxtc CARSON DOUGLAS CULBRETH "Doug" . . . uln thy face I see the map of honor, truth, and loyalty" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Int. Basketball 2, Int. Volleyball 2, Jr.-Sr. Chairman oi King and Queen Comm., Key Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Miss F.H.S. Announcer, Business Man., Student Council 2, 4, Teenage Club 2, D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 2 FRANCES MOORE DAVIS "Fran,' . . . 'IA woman's hopes are woven of sun- beamsl' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 2, Stu. Dir., Homeroom Sec. 2, Int. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Int. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Com. 3, Latin Club 2, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Solioitor and Dec. Comm., Spanish Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Teenage Club 2 GREGORY MACK PERRY DAVIS 'gCreg,' . . . "Speech is great but silence is better" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Del. to Stud. Coun. Nom. Conv. 2, Glee Club 3, 4, H.R. Vice-Pres. 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Jr.-Sr. Elec., Dec. Coms., LaFarnac Staff 4, Miss F.H.S. Dec. Com., Sol., Announcer 3, Span. Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sr. Play 4, Track Team 3, 4 JACKIE MADELYN DAVIS "jackie" . . . 'QA fun-loving girl with a gay heart" F.H.S. 2 3 4' Munich Am. I'I.S. 2' G.A.A. 4' Int Basketball 3, Zi, Volleyball 3, 4, Int. Softball 's, 4Q Jr.-Sr. Dec. Com., Miss F.H.S. Dec. 3 WILLIAM LEE DAVIS "Bill" . . . "Friendship begets its own' F.H.S. 3, 4, Tubman H.S. 2, Band 2, 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, D.O. Club 3, Vice-Pres. D.0. Club 3, Football Team 2 PATRICIA ANNE DAWSON 5'Patsy,' . . . HAS merry as the day is long" Sidney Lanier H.S. 2, F.H.S. 3, 4, H.R. Off. 2, Girls Athletic Association 2, Int. Volleyball 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Com. 3, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, Solicitor 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2 -gr as ' v 'Vis ' SHIRLEY .IEANNE De-YEAR i'Shirley" . . . "Politeness goes fur, yet costs nothingi' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm., Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4, Miss F.H.S. Solicitor RAYMOND BRYAN DILLARD "Rm" . . . 'LThe voice of the people, the voice of Codi' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Home- room Pres. 2, 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4, Board Mem- ber 2, Sec. 3, Parliarnentarian 4, Latin Club Pres. 2, Miss F.H.S. Contest Announcer 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Student Council Parliamentarian 4, Senior Super- lative "Most Likely to Succeed", Public Address at Basketball Games 3, 4 LINDA LEE DOWNING "Linda" . . . "lt is better to be small and shining than to be large and cast o shadowi' F.H.S. 12, 3, 4, Del. to S. C. Convention 2, Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Mural Comm. Chairman, Miss F.H.S. Con- testant 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Gold Key Art Award LEROY DRENNAN 'ALeRoy" . . . "I have fun-I just go about it quietly" El-I.S. 2, 3, 4, Football Team 2, 3, Track Team 2 JUDY GILES DUPREE "Judy" . . . "As merry as the day is long" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Treas. 3, G.A.A. 2, Glee Club 2, Sec., Jr. Class Treasurer, Int. Basketball 3, 4, Captain 3, Champ. 3, Int. Volleyball 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Solicitor, Decorations Comm., Student Council 3: Teenage Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 CATHY DEANNE DUMAS '4Cathy" . . . HFull of Charm" F.H.S. 4, Scarsdale New York High School 2, 3, .llaroon Staff 3, Cheerleader 3, G.A.A. 2, HB. Off. 2, 3, H.R. Pres. 4, Library Assistant 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, All County Hockey Team, Hockey Honor Squad 2, 3, Basketball Honor Squad 2, 3, Social Planning Board Comm. 3 -M-r 0,-,,A JF"-. em FRANCES LOUISE DYE "lf'rances" . . . "A good mind possesses a lringdorrf' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, Latin Club 2, Nat. Honor Society 4 ALTON FERROL EDMUNDSON, JR. "Ferrol" . . . "lt is the mind that malfes the mind" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, ,l.V. Basketball, Del. S.C. Nom. Conv. 2, 3, Football Team 2, Varsity Squad 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, H.R. Pres. 2. V.AP. 3, Treas. 4, Span. Club 3, 4, Int. Basketball and Volleyball 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Waiter and Waitress Comm. 3, Monogram Club 4: Teenage Club 2: Track Team 3, 4, Student-Teacher Basketball Came 2, 3, 4, Referee Powder Puff Football Came 3, 4, Student Forum 2 BETSY DOAN EDMUNDSON "Betsy" . . . "What can I say better than silence does?" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Champions 3: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Capt. 43 Intramural Softball 3 4' Badminton 3 4 Runner-u 3' Pinsf 7 7 ' 7 7 p 5 U Pong 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. DAVID PHILLIP EDWARDS '4Daz'id" . . . HA smile is full of worth and goodness too, with manly lrinrlness hlentu F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Clee Club 33 Student Forum Rep. 43 Intr. Basketball 2. 33 Intr. Volleyball 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. and Planning Comm.: Jr.-Sr. Figure 3g Key Club 3, 4: LnFnn1ac Staff 43 Latin Club 23 Dec. Connn. for Miss F.H.S., Usher 3g Student Council 3: Pres. Pro-Tem of Student Forum 4 .r-"N 295 vga.,-f U gyms. S t :Q -rx l fits RANDOLPH WILLIAM ELLIS "Randy" . . . "A real man is he whose goodness is a part of himself' F.H.S. 4-3 Lawton, Okla. Senior High 23 Leavenworth, Kansas Senior High 33 Baseball Team 2, 4g Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Master of Ceremonies for Floor Show for Jr.-Sr. 33 National Honor Society 23 Spanish Club 23 Teenage Club 3 ALBERT JOSEPH FADEL 'cfilbertv , . . "Smooth runs the water where the brook runs deep" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 2, 33 Intr. Volleyball 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Invitations Comm.3 Latin Club 43 Miss F.H.S. Contest Dec. Comm., Usher, Solicitor 33 Teenage Club 2 SUZANNE CAMILLA FAIRCLOTH "Sue" . . . "Nothing is rarer than real goodness" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 John Adams High School, N. Y. 23 Homework Sec. 23 Cheerleader 2g Library Assistant 23 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4 GLENDA JOYCE FAULKNER "Clenala', . . . "Fairness for all is her gift" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Future Nurses Club 33 Future Teach- ers Club 2g G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 33 Intr. Volleyball 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3g Latin Club 23 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Con- test Solicitor and Dec. Comm.3 Teenage Club 2g Tri-Hi-Y 4 TERRY JEAN FAWCETT "Terry" . . . "Diligence makes perfection" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 33 Intr. Softball 33 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3g Homecoming Sponsor 4 GERALD EARNEST FAWLEY, JR. "Jerry" . . . "Nature made him and then broke the mold" F.H.S. 43 George Washington High School, Danville, Va., 2, 33 Class Vice-Pres. 23 Class Pres. 3: Basket- ball Team 2g Football Team 2, 3, 43 Clee Club 2, 3, Vice Pres 3' Homeroom Pres 3 Marshal 3' Mono- ram Club 2 3 4 Student Council 3 Track Team 2 3 All West Chorus 2 3 IR C 3 Civics Club 3 Judiciary 3 Boys State 3 German Club 3 H1Y 2 3 Pres 2 VICC Pres 3 JAMES ARTHUR FISH "Jim" . . . "The great hope of society is individual character" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3, Homeroom President 4g Intramural Basketball 2, 3g Junior-Sem ior Decorations and Electrical Committee 3g Latin Club 25 Miss F.H.S. Program Committee 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 National Honor Society Treas- urer 4g National Honor Society President 45 Spanish Club President 4g Teen Club 23 Span. Club 3, 43 Stedman Essay Award 35 Laboratory Assistant 4 ROBERT LOUIS FLORA "Bob" . . . "Humor is the heart's delight" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2g Baseball Team 45 D.O. Club 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4g Teen Club 2 PENNY ELIZABETH FORLINI "Penny" . . . "Quietness is a virtue of the wise" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 FRED ALLEN FULKERSON "Fred" . . . "He's jes' the quiet kind" F.H.S. 3, 4g Heidelberg, Germany 2g 71st High School 24 Baseball Team 2: Basketball Team 25 Intramural Basketball 4g Lib. Assistant 4 HAROLD REX FULKERSON "Regt" . . . "Be silent and safe-silence never betrays you F.H.S. 3, 4g Heidelberg, Germany High 2g Art Club 2, 4g Baseball Team 35 Library Assistant 4 PATRICIA ANN GALLOWAY "Pain . . . "A good sport" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 CT 'J J -ig 1, ' ami lawn., '?,Q,4,' 'Qs....,,..- ci'?'1"1vw- all JOHN HOWARD FERGUSON "Howard" . . . "The mildest manner and the gentlest heart" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM CURTIS FINCH, JR, "BiIIy" . . . 'Kindness is the virtue of the heart" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Baseball Team 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 3 qs-5. WHL, .gf RAY VESTAL GEORGE URay,' . . . "Earnest, actiife industry is u living hymn of praise" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Football Team 2: Intramural Basket- ball 2. 3, 4: Ir.-Sr. Decorations Committee 3: Latin Club 2 BONNYE LYNN GILES "Bonnye" . . . :'Kind in thought. word, and deedw F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 4: Delegate to Student Council Nomination Convention 3: Future Teachers 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 2: Girls' Chorus 2: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Dance Cards and Decoration Committees 3: LaFomae Staff 4: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor 3: Miss F.H.S. Judges and Poster Committees 3: Spanish Club 3. 4: Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4: Homecoming Sponsor 4: Waitress for Student Coun- cil Convention 4 'N aws 'SCT jf' , 2:-1,- 4 wt ,,, : : ,t if 3 W X t : X X RQA' : ..,:,:.::,,, s t K , NSG X ,QM .,,. VERNON FRANKLIN GOODWIN "Buddy" . . . "A mind that is strong, zz heart that is true" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Baseball Team 2: Basketball Team 2, 4: Football Team 2: Homeroom Secretary 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations and Electrical Committees 3: Miss F.H.S. Decorations Committee 3: Teenage Club 2 DAN WAYNE GORE '4Dan', . . . "Reap the harvest of a quiet mind" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intra. Basketball 2, 3: lr.-Sr. Decora- tions Commimttee 3: Teenage Club 2 I64 ELIZABETH MARIE GOBEILLE "Liz" . . . :'Merrily she can laugh and chattef' F.H.S. 4: Paris American High School 2, 3: Paris Log Staff 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Marshal 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4: Teenage 2, 3: Franco- American Club 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3 EDWIN SAXBY GOEPPER 'iWin" . . . "Tis good nature that wins the heart" F.H.S. 3, 4: Zama American High School, Japan 2: Baseball Team 2: Basketball Team 2: Delegate to Student Council Nomination Convention 3: French Club 4: Intramural Basketball 3: LaFamac Sports Editor 4 ANNETTE RAYNOR GOFORTH "Annette" . . . KAI! who joy would win must share it" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 4: Jr.-Sr. Deco- rations Committee 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor 3: Spanish Club 2 MARY EVELYN GOODMAN "Mary" . . . "Her ways of pleasantnessv F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: D.E. Club 4: Homeroom Treasurer 2: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intra. Volleyball 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Executive Board 2 'gmr ci .3 5 Z' 'W- X5-ag, RONALD MARTIN GREENEY 1' ROBERT LEE CORE "Boliby"' . . . nGood humor makes all things loler- ablel' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, 5, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team 2, 3, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Best Defensive Player in Football 4, Most Valu- able Baseball Player Award 4 MARY Louisa cnet-:N,z3 "Louise,' . . . 'IA glad heart that is always sunny" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, lntra. Basketball 3, 4, lntra. Volleyball 3, 4, lr.-Sr. Deco- rations Comm. 3, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4, Teenage Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Delegate to S. C. Nomination Convention 2, Miss F.H.S. Solicitor, Decoration, and Publicity Comm. 3 "Ronald" . . . 'gThe great hope of society is individual character" F.H.S. 3, 4 WILLIAM CALVIN GRESHAM "Billy" . . . A'Some credit in being jolly" 4 I F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Delegate to S. C. Nominating Conven- M, ...F -vlx tion 3, Dramatics Club 2, Homeroom Vice-President A 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, lr.-Sr. Decorations and Invitation Comm. 3: Latin Club 2, Miss F.H.S. Contest Solicitor 3, Teenage Club 2, Track Team 4 LINDA ANN GREZAFFI "Linda', . . . "Her smile costs nothing but gives much" F.I'I.S. 4, Balboa High School, The Canal Zone 2, Leon High School, Florida 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, National Thespian 3, French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Intramural Basketball 2, Intramural Volleyball 2, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3, Library Assistant 2, Intramural Bowling 2, Sadie Hawkins Dance Com- mittee 2, Newcomers Club 3, President 3 SHEILA GAIL GRIFFEN "Sheila" . . . 'LA heart with room for every joy" F.H.S. 3, 4, Miami Sr. High 2, 3, Drama Club 3, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4 Ynaav-""' "HCV THOMAS LEONARD GUY li ,tx , "Tommy" . . . "Listen when he spealfsi' Q "" 'F' ' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 2, 1 Library Assistant 2, Track Team 3 i .- 'W ' I A .. LP" RICHARD BEN HAILEY , ,.. ,. 4-,L do' l5.,N 'Q "Ben" . . . '4Style is the dress of thoughti' ' my if fm F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, ,l.V. Basketball Team 2, D.E. Club 4, Vice-President 4, Delegate to S. C. Nom. Convention 2, Football Team 2, Homeroom Vice-President 2, President 3: lr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Latin Club 2, Teenage Club 2, Senior Superlative-"Neatest" I65 ELLA ROSE HALL "Ella Rose" . . . "Ability and determination are the paths to succeessv F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Fu- ture Teachers 3, 4, Reporter 3, HR Sec. 2, Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Int. Basketball 3, 4, Int. Volleyball 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Historian, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4 TRACY IVEY HALL III "Tracy" . . . "Some believe this world is made of fun and frolic and so do I" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, HR Off. 2, Int. Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Int. Volleyball 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm., Teen Club 2, Track Team 2, 4 PATRICIA JANE HANEY "Pat" . . . "In friendship I was early taught to believe" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, HR Treas. 3, Sec. 4, Int. Basketball 3, 4, Int. Volleyball 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm., Latin Club 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont., Solicitor, Poster Comm., Tri- Hi-Y 4, Int. Softball 3 JUDITH ANNE HARDESTY "Judy" . . . "A good laugh is sunshine in the house" F.H.S. 3, 4, Munich A.H.S. 2, Varsity Cheerleader 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Int. Volleyball 3, Waitress Stu- dent C. Con. 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4 JAMES DOW HARRIS "Jimmy" . . . "There's freedom in his soul" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Int. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Teenage Club 2 LARRY HILLIARD HARRIS "Larry" . . . "Gentle in his manner, he does bold things in a quiet way" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 3, Basketball Team 2, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Planning Comm., Figure 3, 4, Waiter 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Board Mem 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Marshal 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Student Coun. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. of Jr. Class 3, Teen Club 2, Rep., Senior Superlative-"Best All Round" GAIL EILEEN HARRISON "Gail" . . . "Peace at any price" F.H.S. 3, 4, South San Francisco High School 2: Dramatics Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Int. Basketball 3, Int. Volleyball 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, World Peace Speech Cont. Award 3 ROBYN EVELYN HARTNESS "Robyn" . . . "Friendly to all who come her way" F.H.S. 2, 3, Stratford College 3, Symphony 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, Latin Club 2, Cheerleader 3, G.A.A. 3, Glee Club 3, Merit Honor List 3 Liv' --g,s S--.., X-' W " w ,gil I L NANCY LOUISE HERRING s'lVancy" . . . 'SShe is sweet as she is fair' F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3g Miss F.H.S. Posters Comm. 3 SYLVIA BRAY HESTER NSj'I1'it7u . . . "Down the cheerful path she treads" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 33 Future Teachers 33 Intramural Volleyball 43 Miss EHS. Cont. 3, 43 Teenage Club 2 JOHN EDWARD HICKMAN 'iEddie" . . . "Manners adorn character, smooth its ,, way F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Intramural Volleyball 2, 33 Latin Club 2 SIDNEY RAYMOND HIGH nSidney" . . . "The measure of life is not length but worlh' F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Del. to S. C. Nominating Convention 2g Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Intramural Volley- ball 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Track Team 3, 4 ELEANOR FAYE HINOJOSE '6Elezznor" . . . "A cheerful thought, a cheerful loolr, a cheerful word" F.H.S. 3, 43 Nurnberg American High School 23 Future Nurses 23 Clee Club 2, 3, 4g Teenage Club 2 ROGER HIGHSMITH HOBSON 'SRoger" . , . '61 am sure u care is an enemy to life" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 HILIJA DIANE IMI ES hllilflrf, . . . "xi silent tungnw nnrl ll lrzn' IIPIIII fre Ihr must urlmirrllllrf l1lll1,LfS,, F.ll.S. 2, 3, fl-3 Bullflug Staff 1: ll4'l4',221lC tn Stu fn il0llI1t'll Ntrllllllllllllg flnriwrilinri 23 lhuunzntim' flu 23 lfuturt' Nurses 2, 33 Future 'I'r-givlu-i's gl I X X 2, 33 Cl:-c Club 2, fl, 4, Sl,'1'I'1'llll'Y 33 llom 1 In Treasurer 2, Secretary 43 lIlll'2.iIlIlll'Lll Dusk'-lI1.1ll 7 5 43 Intramural Vullr-ylmll 2, 3, 41: .ltr-51. Ihr.-. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Pmgrarii Comm. 3: His- Contest 2, 3, 43 Miss l".Il.5. Solicltf-1" Miss llvmixitiorls Committee: Spani-I1 fllulr, Sm-vrvtiix 43 'lla-enugt' Club 2 ROBERT fQI,lH'l'IS IIXYNES '4B0bl1y,' . . . HI um the master of my fate, l rmz Il cupluin of my soul" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 wmfiw, iff'- ef.. .W-14...,--" H05 fm, . in-..--4 t HEIDE HOEK "Heide" . . . 'Triendship is a sheltering tree" F,H.S. 3, 4: Seventy-first and Central 2: Baseball Team 2: Future Home-makers 2, 3: Golf Team 2: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 2: lntramural Volley- ball Team 2: lr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Library Assistant 4: Teenage Club 3 LINDA KAYE HOLDER "Linda" . . . 'cStveet and delectttblei' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Future Home-makers 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest 4: Spanish Club 4: Teenage Club 2, 3 'H-MQWW' DQ, .,.,...,..,....:,:.t s X XY ex Q N Q X ,QR XX X X x X X CX X we N99-www. ROSEMARY HOOKS 'iRosen1ary,' . . . "Determination make dreams come trite" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Art Club 4: Bulldog Staff, Distribu- tion Manager 3: Delegate to S. C. Nominating Con- vention 2: G.A.A. 4: lntramural Basketball 3, 4: lntramural Volleyball 3, 4: lntramural Baseball 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Stage Comm. 3: Spanish Club 2: Teenage Club 2: Student Forum 3 JUDITH ANN HORNE "lady" . . . "Character is a diamond that scratches every oth er stonew F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Art Club 4: Future Homemakers 2, 3: lntramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: lntramural Volley- ball 2, 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Jr.-Sr. Figure 3: Library Assistant 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Advertising and Soliciting Comms. NANCY CLAIRE HOWARD "Nancy" . . . "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenancei' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers 2: C.A.A. 3, 4: lntramural Basketball 3, 4: lntramural Volleyball 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contest 2, 3: Miss F.H.S. Decorations and Soliciting Comms.: Spanish Club 3, 4: Spanish Club Secretary 4: Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4 JERRY LEE HUCKABEE sg . ,, H.lerry"' . . . HI weigh the man, not his title" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Track Team 3, 4 .vm-..v :S x '15 ss'-A 3 y ,, .l AM E S C R A N THA M H U M P HR E X "fzmmy" . . . "Let them call II mlschzefg when it . tx- sg X , it-. A is past and prospered 'twill be virtue" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 MARY SCOTT HUMPHREYS 6'Mary" . . . "Energy is eternal delight" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 4: Delegate to S. C. Nominating Convention 3: Future Teachers 4: Future Teachers Vice-President 4: Glee Club 2: Homeroom President 2: Homeroom Treasurer 3: lntramural Vol- leyball 2, 3: lntramural Basketball 2, 3: lr.ASr. Dec- em. orations Comm.: LaFamac Staff 4: Waitress for S. C. .,,s.,..., Convention 4: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contest 2, 3, 4: LLMISS Congeniality" 3: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor, Decorations Comms.: N.H.S. 3: Spanish Club 3: Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 4: Senior Superlative, "Most Friendlyu: Homecoming Sponsor 4: Office Assist. 4 "larsl, ' .T - Rs ' ,V - if W , Ik .we Vg:-Qgs., -Sex 'y s ' ' Y -s.. ,,,H. 1, .... V N . , , -,,- it t , ,. .4 . , .fgsfws f, .- .4 E-Sars-f 'sims :X . --rg v steer:-' . , 't w - '- w 1. . 4 .21 . . ., - - V dqifssi- .A , X is . t T dm. 'isssfs-sw - J.-:ig .. . II, -Q-2.3 - . - , we ggi, -' x i N '- -1- .135 W' . -.eq-sr - -, were .afgs W -- 4- f X t P, ' - Q ' .K 051- if :-4-s .1 4, , - X x X .. it . Us B 3, x mas. tt Ht ,. ,, ., xg Ne X is-.sf 5. f, THOMAS PETER IULIUCCI, JR. "Tommy" . . . "This is a mf1n's world" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Baseball Team 2: Basketball Team 2: Delegate to S. C. Nominating Convention 2, 3: Foot- ball Team 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Golf Team 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Dec- oration Comm. 3: Monogram Club 3, 4: Teenage Club 2: Track Team 3 NORWOOD JONES JACKSON "Wood-y"' . . . "Full of mischief, frolic and fun" F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4 LARRY CIFFORD IERVIS i'Larry' . . . "A happy noble man" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3: Latin Club 2 CAROLYN CLIFTON JOHNSON "Carolyn" . . . g'Tl1ose unheard of are the sweetest" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Delegate to S. C. Nominating Con- vention 2: French Club 3, 4: Futmure Teachers 3, 4: Homeroom Presiflent 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Intramural Volleyball 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm.: National Honor Society 4: Waitress for S. C. Con- yention 4 .IEAN CAROLYN JONES "Jean" . . . "Beauty and wisdom are rarely con- joined" F.H.S. 4: Poitiers I'I.S., France, 2: Petersburg H.S., Va.: Wayne Township H.S., Ohio, 3: Class Vice- President 2: S.C. Delegate to All-France S.C. Con. 2: Teenage Club Secretary 2: Dayton Bar Associa- tion Award for Am. Citizenship 3: Homecoming Court 2: Annual Staff 2: French Club 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest. 3rd Runner-up 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA JEAN JONES 'iPat', . . . "Her personality captures friends" F.H.S. 3, 4: Seventy-First 2: Bulldog Staff 4: Cheer- leader 4: Dramatics Club 4: Homeroom President 4: Jr.-Sr. Announcer 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Program and Solicitor Comms.: Waitress to S. C. Convention 4: Student Forum 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Senior Superlative "Best Personalityv: National Beta' Club 2: Pep Club Vice-President 2: Friendship Club 2: Honor Society 2 nd' I vt' 17 ,, v ,,. 1'- LINDA JEAN H l.lN'l'ER "Lynn" . . . "Pure sztv'1'1rzc.ss ix lter rnr'a.sure', Q .S. 3, 'l-: Clover Park High School, Caring:-r Hi SCl10ol 2: Girls' Atlilf-tic: Association 2, 3: film- Cluy 2 3 4 H iOlf1ccr 2 'Nlt lr ll S I nt t 3 omeroon 5 I lg ', - ,H Q., ant 4: Office Assistant 3 .IOHN GILBERT HUTCI-IISON Sloan" . . . g'Happy and carefree am I" F.I'I.S. 4: Del Valle, Texas, 2: Seventy-First X Dramatics Club 2: Football Team 2: Future Teaclif r .N 2: Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee 3: Spanish Club 2 ' Track Team 2 ,i gf' 2 trite? K 63 V ,af ,, ,W ...Af PEGGY JEAN JONES '4Pef'Uv" . . , "So 'ust so small, yet in so sweet a as- f r note F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, D.E, Club 3, 4 SANDRA FAYE JULIAN "Sandra,' . . . '6The pursuit of the perfect, then, is the pursuit of sweetness and light" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Head Cheerleader 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3: Homeroom Officer 2, 3, President 2, Secretary 3: Jr.-Sr. Planning Comm. 3, Dance Card Comm. Chairman 3, Figure 3, Latin Club 2, Marshal 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4, 2nd Runner-up 4, Miss F.H.S. Comm. Solicit- ing, Decoration, Jr. Class Representative, S. C. Con- vention Waitress 4, Spanish Club 3, Teenage Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2: Senior Superlative "Most School Spirit" JOUNI KERAVUORI "Muni" . , . "Good nature is one of the richest fruits of laborv F.H.S. 4, Munich American High School 2, 3, Bas- ketball Team 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 2, Treas- urer 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, Teenage Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Sophomore Class Representative, Junior Class Representative, Dormitory Council 2 3, Dormitory Secretary 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3 LINDA KEMP KISER "Linda" . . . '6Her smile is like the dawn" 1 F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, Jr.-Sr. Dec- orations Comm., Latin Club 2, Library Asst. 4, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Deco- ration Comm., Solicitor, Tri-Hi-Y 4 l70 KATHERINE KALEVAS "Katherine" . . . "Gentle of speech, benefit of mind" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Intra- mural Volleyball 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 3, Latin Club 2 WILLIAM R. KAMPE "Bill" . . . "God has placed no limit to the intellect' F.H.S. 3, 4, Munich American High School 2, Future Teachers 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 3, National Honor Society 4, Senior Su- perlative "Most Intellectual", National Merit Semi- Finalist 4, Outstanding Achievement in Plane Geom- etry, Outstanding Achievement in World History 2 CHARLES ALBERT KEEN "Charles,' . . . "Let every man be fully persuaded in his own rnindn F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-President 2, Intra- mural Volleyball 2, Intramural Basketball 2, Latin Club 2 LARRY JAYE KELLY "Larry" . . . :'He said not a word but in his eyes there lay conversatiorf' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 4, Homeroom Vice- President 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 4, Latin Club 2, Teenage Club 2 , S- qu.. LINDA JEANNE KRAUSE "Lir1da". . . 'SA sunny heart, a smile to match" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, Pres. 43 HR Sec. 2, Treasurer 4g Int. Bsktball, Capt. 35 Int. Volleyball, Capt. 4g Jr.-Sr. Sol., Poster and Dec. Comm.g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3: Teen-Age Club 2 RICHARD GLENN KUYPER "Richard" . . . l'Quiet and friendly to all" F.H.S. 45 Asmara H.S. 2, 39 Basketball Team Cap- tain 2, 3 DANNY WILLIAM LABELLE "Danny" . . . "PoIiteness goes far yet costs nothing" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Del. to S. C. Nom. Conv. 34 Home- room Vice-Pres. 4-g Int. Bsktball 2, 3, 4 MARY JANE LAMBETH "Mary Jane" . . . "Life is worth living if only it can believed" F.H.S. 43 South Mecklenburg High 2, 3g Cheer- leader 33 Sec. of Sophomore Classg Dramatics Club 25 French Club 33 Homeroom Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 33 in "3.."?' .itz SHARON LEE KISNER "Sharon" . . . "High aims form high characters and great objects bring out great mindsn F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-5 Future Teachers 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 4 JAMES PATRICK KRAUS "1im', . . . "Why should life be all labor?" F.H.S. 4, Wurzherg A.H.S. 2, 3, Baseball 3, Basket ball 25 Football 2, 3g Homeroom Vice-Pres. 4 in 121.312 Jr.-Sr. Gardens Comm.g Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4g Student Council 2, 3g Tri-Hi-Y 4, Senior Superla- tive uMost 0riginal"g Homecoming Sponsor 4g Pep Club 2 X-gf-. ROSEMARY HARVEY LAWRENCE it nr .4,......--V "Rosemary,' . . . "Silence sweeter is than speech" F.H.S. 4 .IAY CHARLES LEATHERMAN "Jay" . . . "Easy-going, never harryingv F.H.S. 43 New Rochelle High 2, 3g Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3g Intramural Volleyball 2, 3g Student Council Homeroom Rep. 2, 35 Teenage Club 2, 3 l7I PWM A . H 115525 . . 1. 31.5.-:I git ,tk , 91 ' fzffil ,-1' 2,'EsZf?,-.,-. t is .,fa,::':'1'j, -' aw, , tfiiifi 121' ,' if.':.,..-'3s- , . W.. . - , t SARAH MARIE LEWIS "Sarah" . . . '14 lozely smile is the traflemarl: of her happy sozzlv F.H,S. 2. 3, 4: Art Club 4: Future Homemakers 4: Intramural Volleyball 4: Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4: Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3 NEILL ALEXANDER LINDSAY III yfeilll' . . . 'tHis disposition accepts tlze terms of :je ' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Football Team 3, 4: Golf Team 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Mono- grqnn Club 3. 4: Spanish Club 3 .IULIA VIRGINIA LEDBETTER "Julian . . . "Centlerzess is best for allu F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3: Jr.-Sr. Dec- orations Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2: Miss F.H.S. Poster Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA SUE LEDBETTER "Patty" . . . L'Sunshine of tlze mindn F.I-LS. 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball 3: Intramural Volleyball 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4 HEIDI RENATE LEE "Heirle,' . . . 'illodesty is the cradle of thy merit" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3 LEROY JAMES LEE c'LeRoy" . , . NLife should give him great joy" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: DO. Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Intra- mural Basketball 2 LESLIE JEROME LEE "Lesliel' . . , "Iris the mind that makes the man" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: D.O. Club 4: Intramural Basketball 3 ,IEWELL SANDRA LEONARD "Sandra" . . . "You nerer see her when .sl1e's blue" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor 3 JAMES DAVI D LITTLE ujliflllfl-Vi, . . . 'Popularity is like llze briglilness of a falling slurn F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Vice-President of Sophomore Class 2: Presitlcnt of Senior Class 4: Dt-lcgatc to Nominating Conxcntion 2: Homcroom Treasurer 21 Humeroom President 3: Intramural Basketball 2: Intramural Volleyball 2: .lunior-Senior Decorations Comm. 31 .lunior-Senior Figure 3, -1: Key Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, District Convention 3, 43 Latin Club 3, Miss F.H.S. Entertainment Committee 33 Student Council 4: S. C. Congress Chairman Entertainment Commit- tee 4: Superlative "Best I'e1'sonality" 4g Awards: Fourth Place in North and South Carolina Key Club Oratorical Contest 3: Finalist in North Carolina State Optimist Club Oratorical Contest lWinner of Local and Zone Contest of this Clubl 2 NORVELL HARRIS LONG i6N0fl'8ll., . . . 'The courteous man is ever in want" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Baseball Team 3, 43 Football Team 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: .lunior-Senior Dec- orations Committee 3: Library Assistant 4, Mono- gram Club 4 .TOY JULANE LOPES "Joy" . . . "Innocence has a sweetness all its own" F.H.S. 4: Novato High 2, James Lick 3: D.O. Club 43 French Club 43 Future Homemakers 2, 3g Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4 ROBERT CARL LOUNSBERRY "Bob" . . , "Humor is the harmony of the heart" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 43 Intra- mural Volleyball 2, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4 RICHARD WALTER LUTZ "Squee-Ceeu . . . 4'Witl1 malice toward rzonei' F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3 HELEN ORILLA MacCORD nHelen" . . . HFull of sparkle" F,H.S. 3, 4g Stuttgart American High School 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 4, Intramural Volleyball 4g Jr.-Sr. Decormations Committee 3: Library Assistant 4, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4 iv- Q. .af If 4- ,ft -.., .,-.-.91 Q ' 4 ft, I 4, ' ,r v"""'t X Z .ff in ,Qu ' X CAROL BRUCE lNIacFADYEN "Carol Bruce" . . . 5'Be neillzer too early in the fashion nor too long out of itg nor at any time the extreme of it." F.I'I.S. 2, 3, -I: Art Club 2, 3, el. Pros. 33 Stuclcnt Borlx Tn-as. 3: Senior Rvprt-it-ritatixt-3 Honnrroorn Trvas. 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Yollvyball 2. 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Dccl oratinn ana Puhlitily Comms., Figure 3. -1. Waitress 22 Marshal 31 ins tins. cont.--ta..t 2, :r L: Aust I-'.H.S. s..1a.-auf. D.,-f.,mta.m ima Pulwlit-ity comms.: Sfallish Dam-Hrs 2, 3. 4. Troas. 3: Student Council Historian 4: S. C. Conuress Deco- ration Clmirnmn -I: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Poster Comm. 4: Senior Sup:-rlative "Most Tal-'ntr-tl", Honn-touting Sponsor 2. 3 CHARLES KENNETH McADAlNIS "Ken,' . . . "The tree of lrrzowlerlge in your garden growsv F,H.S. 2, 3, 4: Delegate to S. C. Nominating Con- vention 33 Homeroom Pres. 4, Key Club 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Merit Semi- Finalist 43 Naval Science Cruise, National Youth Conference on the Atom I73 .lOHN LEE MCARTHUR "Lean . . . i'He is surely a corclv F.H.S, 2, 3, 4, D.O. Club, Treasurer 35 Football Team 2g Intramural Basketball 2 LEON ALEXANDER McBRYDE "lllaclf" . . . "A good-natured fellow and well liked" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 25 Hi-Y 2, 3g Homeroom President 25 Jr.-Sr. Planning Comm. 35 Senior Superlutive "Most Humorous" .IUNIUS JONES McCALL "Jones" , . . "Happy is this man" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Basketball Team Manager 25 Football Team 2: Hi-Y 3, 45 Homeroom Treasurer 33 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2g Senior Superlative L'Cute-st" MARY TIPTON MCCOLL HTip" . . . ulfriendship is constant in all other things" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Class Vice-Pres.g Junior Class Secretaryg Clee Club 2, Homeroom Sec. 2, 3, 41 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4g Intramural Volley- ball 2, 3, 43 .lr.-Sr. Figure Committee 3: LaFarnr1c 43 Latin Club Vice-Pres. 25 Marshal 33 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Decorating C0mm.3 Scottish Dancers 3, 4g Student Council 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 43 Senior Superlative i'Most Popu- lar"g Homecoming Queen 4 .IUDITH ANN McCORMICK Hlurlyn . . . "Life is not so short but that there is time for courtesy" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.E. Club 4 DONALD WHITFIELD McCOY 'gDon" . . . "Be noble in every thought and in every aleedn F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 4: Jr.-Sr. Waiter and Waitress Comm., Jr.-Sr. Figure 3, 43 Key Club 3, 45 Latin Club 23 Marshal 3g Miss F.H.S. Chair- man of Ticket Comm., Announcer 35 Student Body Pres. 43 S. C. Congress 4: S. C. Workslrop 4g Teen- age Club 2g Senior Superlative "Most Outstanding Citizenng Treasurer N. C. Student Council Con- gress 4 .3 . Tuul J V s lew. 'Ds , " X Q .tsfsrk L., My kr?..,,.,.,, WW" 'YV' X Q iftiwgx Y x ..5f'ff5s or COLEEN BEATRICE MCCINNIS "Coleen" . . . "Gentle to othersl' F.H.S. 3, 4: Central High School, London, Eng., 2, 3: French Club 23 Future Nurses 35 Clee Club 3, 43 Teenage Club 3 THOMAS MCLEOD MCINNIS, JR. "Tom" . . . "rf man possessed of splenrlid talent" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Band Officers Cluh 4: Band Clinics 2, 3, 4: Homeromn 'I'rt'asu1'er 4: Jr.-Sr. Planning Comm.: Lntin Club 2: N.H.S. 3. -1: Letter of Cummentlcttion National Nlcrit ",?6'7'?lQQai.,?' . - 6 KG' ks! Ln v""9 fir' IIIIIII.-NRI! DENNIS NIvI,,XllILIII,IN l'Rl1'l1f1r1l" . , . "Reap Iliff llflllfxf nf Il qniwl minrl" I4'.I'I.S. ll-2 Niirrilu-rg A.II. 2, fig llI'1IIIILlIlY'4 fflulr 2, l'r4-s. 25 lfmmllmall Tm-11111 35 NH Rutliu Lllulr 3 BETTY .I -XNE XXII-LEOIJ "Hurt lfllltfl, . . . 3111111119 is she urlm is eonlenf' I".II.S. 2, 3, 415 F.I-I.A. 3, Fee. 45 fl.A.A. 415 Int. Bslitbull 3, flg Int. Volleyball 3, 45 Ir.-Sr. live. Comm.: Miss EHS. Iifvnt. 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y el LENA KATHERINE MCLEOD 'klirrllwrinev . . , 4'To lrnow lzer is to lore her" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses 25 C.A.A. 35 Int. Bsktball 3, 45 Int, Volleyball 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Sol., Poster, Comm.5 Tri-Hi-Y 4 BRENDA LOU MQMILLAN 'SBrenala" . . . "An infinite jewel in a world of sparkle" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 D.O. Club 3, 4 KATHRYN LOUISE MQMILLIAN "Kathy" . . . "Life is a great bundle of little things' F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 33 Future Teachers 25 Int. Bsktball 2, 35 Int. Volleyball 2, 35 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm, S0l.5 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 45 Teen Club 2 BARBARA .IEAN MCNEAL "Barbara" . . . "Quielness is the beauty of her soul' EHS. 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 25 Int. Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Library Asst. 45 Miss F.H.S. Con,t. 3 OWEN EDWARD MCNULTY, IR. Mllliclfeyu . . . c'An honorable gentleman" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Bulldog Staff 3, 4, Treas. 35 Sports Editor 45 Latin Club 2 ERIC MALLORY 'iEric" . . . 'iTl1e silence that is in the starry Sliyv EHS. 2, 3, 45 Int. Bsktball 2, 35 Int. Volleyball 2, 3 s 9 .ILANITA MARREREO 'ijzrunitrf' . . . '4Tl1e quiet rlnrl: beauty of her soul' F.H.S. 2, 3, -I: Spanish Club 2. 3. 4 MARIA DEL CARMEN MARRERO 'illrzrirf' . . . "Her quiet rlnrl: beauty is relret soft" F.H.5. 2. 3, 4: DITIJIIISTI l,.lllll .2 xt , . 5 S 9.5, ,Q m GLENDA EASOM MAST ':Glenrla,' . . . "The worlfl loolrs delightful to our fzzitltful little zvifev F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2 BRADFORD CONWAY MATSON, JR. HBrrzd" . . . "4A'r'1'er tt worry, never zz Corel' K FH'4M'lfclH'lSl lM'lfdC ,23 if . .S.f:.1 or 1g1,cioo.t1or, onn. , : J " Basketball Team 2. 3: Football Team 2, 3, 4: Mono- "" gram Club 3: F.E.A. Math Exam 2: Swimming Ai Q' 'S Captain 3 . 1 ..,. i.,. . . , --.. , .. ,,,i., A xqvrq Q MARY KAREN MATTHEWS A, nKf1y" . . . "Thou nrt fairer tlmn tlze evening air" F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: D.E. Club 4, Pres. 4: Clee Club 2, 3: ,Mg Y ' I-Ioinerooni Sec. 2: Intramural Basketball 3: Intra- Hq, 'QW' 'Q mural Volleyball 3: Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm.: Latin Club rv' P 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4, Solicitor 3: Home- Q ' coming Sponsor 4 . .,.. 1.4 JACK THOMAS MAULDIN 'WT Q S5 g'laclr" . . . "I tlzinlr: therefore. l ami' A F.H.S. 4: Paris American High School 2, 3 ,,.,, , , te "-'- X ...", a WILLIAM i1.xRsH,xLL MA1'N1-ii' ' "Bill" . . . l'lT'lZIllPl'PI' is zcortli doing is zrortlz doing " ii" Q tt-1111" A 1 A Q , F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Dlue Notes 2, 3, 4: Int. Busketlull 2, 3: lnt. Vullvyltrlll 2: .ll'.'Sl'. Figure 3: Chairman 1' Der-ortitions Comm. 3: Latin Club 3: Symphony 2, . 3 , ' 3. -I: lfayeltexille Symplionyg Miss F.H.S. Contest TWT , Deeoiutions Comm., Usher 3: Teenage Club 2: Stu- f zlvnt tfouncil Talent Contest 2, 3, 4: Student Forum Tii ig., ii' 5 HCIPl't'4L'lIlLlllXt,' 4 ,kw if KATHERINE Mtn-LEAN MAXWELL is 5, ' "liu1l1eri11e" . , . "Her eyes, lzow full of lzenren fl IlI1't rlrwil I RSP F.ll.S. 2, 3. 4: Art Club 2, 3: Delegate to S. C. 11 , in ,Lg 1. f': 'o -:1 w fvr. -1,.-: . Nmtnx 7tXXwlIm111tmS 2 IrSr llt 1' mm 3 L1li11 Club 2 M1 FH Co I' T, ,Il . , Z tlltl 2, 3, 4. lui wx tjomm. 3. Solicitor 3: Toenuge 1 l11l1 2: Tri-l'Ii-Y I76 1 . -1 . 'si . .S .l1ll'5l- 4 ELIZABETH ANN MEYER "Liz" . . . "fl lough thu! rheers the world" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Int. Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4g Teenage Club 2 SHERIDAN ROBERTA MICHAEL "Sher1'rlan" . . . "Joy delights in joy" EHS. 3, 4: Salpointe HS., Tucson, Arizona, 23 Int. Volleyball 4: .Ir.-Sr. Dec. Com. 3g Latin Club 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 43 Program Com. 3g Science Club 2 LANA KAY MIDDLETON "Lana" . . . "The sweetest rose, where all are roses" F.H.S. 3, 44 Pickens County H.S. 2g Cheerleader 2: Future Homemakers 23 Future Teachers 2g Clee Club 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2 JACK MICHAEL MOLOVINSKY "jack" . . . "The rule of his life is to make business u pleasure and pleasure his businessl' F.H.S. 3, 49 St. Vincent HS., New Port News, Va., 2, Intramural Basketball 23 Class Play 2 'Skill WILLIAM FRANKLIN MEIXRES I l "Hill,t". . .":1 ,toulh of honesl toil" FII? 2 3 4' Cla'-e Club '7' Intrnmurarl Ilnslu-tlmll 7 3 l Intrlmtttrlxoll Nb1ll7 5 1 L w 3 TERRH LEE MERRITT T . A, "Tern" . . . "Thy quiel mul friendly wuy.s" " EHS. 2, 3, Alg Del. to Student Council Nom. Conv vention ui 52,129 BILLX GEINE MOORE 1 lu toullz ulsrlnm is rare vw' Q Z I DO Club 4: I:ootb:1ll'Tea , 7 iiniui il If-1 I I 1 . '- 'Suite i TWV Team 2 3 'ru " ,IOQEPH CERALD MLLHOLLAND Grmlfl -ln icleul gentleman in every wut x 7 Hn mom Te' S 4e': Int. Basket Ja 2, 3,41 I olleyball 2. 3, -1 I77 wuuuwww' ROBERT FOSTER PACE :'Bob', . . . Hflbilify is n proplzefs tooli' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: HR Pres. 2: HR V.-P. 4: Int. Bsktball 2, 3, 4: Int. Volleyball 2. 3. 4: lr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3: Key Club 3, 4: Hi-Topics Staff 2, 3, 4: Pro. CHM 3: LaFarrzuC Stuff, Business Manager: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Lighting Comm.: National Honor Society 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4: Teen-Age Club 2: Senior Superlative "Most Dependablenz Letter of Commen- dation from National Merit 4 HORACE MILTON PARKER "Horace" . , . "A firm and constant friend" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: D.E. Club 3: Del. to S. C. Nom. Con. 2: lnt. Rsktbull 2: Int. Volleyball 2: Spanish Club 2 I78 Nm. ig ., ' egg, I, .. J Nlhagxqg, DONNA LYNNE MYERS "Donna', . . . "Lore radiates her lifen F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: French Club 3: Latin Club 2 TONA LYNN NOVICK 'Tarzan . . . 'iSl1e is a darling in many ways" F.H.S. 3, 4: New Mexico 4 VIRGINIA PEARL OD OM 'cVirginia" . . . 'cAn unquenclrable spirit" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: D.O. Club 3, 4: Future Homemakers 2, 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4 DIANE SOPHIA ORLOWSKI "Diane" . . . "Cl1eerfulness keeps 11 smile" F.H.S. 3, 4: Gen. H. H. Arnold High 2: Glee Club 2: LnFamz1c Staff 4: G.A.A. 2: .lr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3: Dramatics Club 2: German Club 2 LINDA LEE OVERMAN 'iLinda', . . . "Happiness lies in the consciousness we have of if' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Bulldog Staff 4: Del. to S. C. Nom. Conv. 3: Dramatic-5 Club 2: Future Teachers 3, 4: HR Sec. 4: .lr.-Sr. Dec. Comm.: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3: Sol. 3: Nat. H. Soc. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 2 HARRY RANDALL PAGE "Randy" . . . "None but lrimself can be his parallel" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Int. Bsktball 2, 3, 4, Im. Volleyball 2, 3, 4 .IOY LYNNE PARKER "jar" . . . '54 fairness that is szveetnessv I7.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Bulldog Staff 4: C.A.A. 2: Cleo Club 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Seeretary 2: Intramural Basket- ball 3, -I: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4: ,Ir,-Sr. Decora- tionsi3: Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm. 3: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4: Bliss F.H.S. Entertainment Comm. 3, Solicitor 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4 ELIZ,-XBETH IRENE P,-XRNELL "Lis" . . . 'ini zzluughler of lhe slursv F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Future Homt-makers 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3: Intramural Volleyball 4: jr.-Sr. Decorations 3: Teenage Club 2 STEPHEN PETER PEDONE "Stem" . . . "True merit is like a rirer, the deeper it is, the less noise il nzzzhesn Woodward School for Boys 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: National Science Club 2 ROSE ELAINE PEFLEY "Eiuine,' . . . i'Kindness hath resistiess charms" E.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Historian 4: C.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Ir.-Sr. Decorations 3: Library Assistant 4: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4, Solicitor 3: Teenage Club 2: TriAI'Ii-Y 4 JENNY SUE PENDLETON "Sue" . . . nSu'eet us u summer day" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Delegate to Student Council Conv. 2: Homeroom Treasurer 3: Intramural Basketball 3: Intramural Volleyball 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Latin Club 3: Teenage Club 2 DANIEL THADDEUS PERRY III "Dun" . . . "Humor is the harmony of the heart" F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: ,I.V. Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Senior Class Veep: Ir. Class Representative: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Planning Commit- tee, Co-Chairman of Date Committee Jr.-Sr.: Key Club 3, 4: Solicitor, Usher Miss F.H.S. 3: Student Council 3, 4: Teenage Club 2 v. Q?-Q-oar.-Q, is 1 L. Yr:-vi 495 'Uh MARY ELLEN PHILLIPS "Marv Eiienl' . . . hlfotirlexy is rr rirlue to be Irerisrzrvrin F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Dramaties Club 2:'Future Nurses 2, 33 C.,-XA, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2: Jr.-SL Decorations 3: Latin Club 2: Bliss EHS. Contestant 3, 4: Mi-s I7.II.S. Decorations, Solicitor 3: Teenage Club 2: Tri-I'Ii-Y -I GEORGE it ILLIAKIS PINRSTOIN 'iCforgw" . . . good laugh is sunshine in the house" FI-IQ 9 'S I- Ifrutlltttll Team 2: Ilomeroom Veep lliitrrniniiial Toll.-ylntll 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 3: Tw.-mage Club 2: Senior Superlative-"Most Original" ROBERT ALLEN PIPPIN "Hohhx " . . . '14 Cerluilz rlignitx' of nmmzersi' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Del. to S.C.N. Conv. 35 Football Team 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 3: Parl. and Sgt. at Arms of 45 HR Pres. 35 HR Pres. 4: Int. Bsktball 2, I eyball 2. 3. -l: .lr.-Sr. Decoration Hi-Y 3. -l. Int. 'Voll iilltlllllhl Key Club 45 llonogranr Club 41 Teen-Age Club 25 Senior Stipv-1'l.tlixe "Most L.or11'te0us" DAVID BRLCE PUPLIN "Dn1ffl" . , . ",Yonf' hut lzimself Can equal himself, F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: Art Club 2: Bllfflldg Staff 35 Lrrlfrlmac .. 4 Nall X x MELBA ANN PORTER "Boots" . . . HShe doth possess cz style so sweetu F.H.5. 2, 3, 45 HR Officer 2, 3, Sec. 4, Treas.5 Int. Bsktball 2. 3. 45 Int. Volleyball 45 .Ir.-Sr. Dec- orations Comm.5 Library Club 25 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4: Miss Comm. 35 Teen-Age Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 4 KENNETH ERNEST POSSE "Kenna-th', . . . "The power of thought, the magic of the nzind' F.H.S. 45 Fort Knox HS 2, 35 Golf Team 25 Teen- age Club 2, 35 German Club 2: Scholarship Award BRUCE MORRIS PRICE "Bruce" . . . 'iThe gift of lfZ'HL'Il-Y., F.H.S. 3, 45 Balboa High School, Canal Zone 2, 35 ,I.V. Basketball Team 2, 35 Dramatics Club 2, 33 Football Team 2, 35 Clee Club 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Lr1Famf1c Staff 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 National Thes- pian 35 Kodak Camera Award 35 Camera Club 2, 3, President 3 ADA CAROLYN PRUITT 'fnrolynl' . . . "A good nalured person is never out of place" F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: D.E. Club 35 C.A.A. 25 Int. Bsktball 35 Int. Volleyball 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 35 Miss F.H,S. Cont. 2, 35 Miss E.H.S. Ent. Comm. 33 Sol. 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Del. to D.E. Convention WILLIAM JARRETT RASBERRY "Wz'Ilir1rn', . . . "Our thoughts and our conduct are ,, our own F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 D.E. Club 3, 45 Int. Volleyball 3 MARGARET ELIZABETH RAYNOR ".lIargr1ret" . . . "Shilling is ever achiered without enthusiasm" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3, 45 Future Nurses 43 G.A.A. 4: Glee Club Accom. 25 Intramural Basket- ball 3, 45 Intramural Volleyball 45 ,lr.-Sr. Dates Comm.5 LKIFHHIIIC Staffg Latin Club 25 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 35 Miss E.H.S. Comms.5 Tri-Hi-Y 4 MARY ILXYIS RIDIILE sillnry Darts" . . . "II'lml is lovely net'er flies, but posses 171110 0ll16'Vl0l't'll'I1l'S.S., F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4: Assistant Head Clieerleader 4: Delegate to Student Council Noni. lfonxention 2: French Club 3. 4: Cirls Chorus 2: llomeroum Vice-Pres. 2. 4: Homeroom Secretary 3: Ir.-Sr. Planning. Decorations Comms. 3: .Ir.-Sr. Chairman of Entertainment Comm. 3: Feature Editor of Lal-'unztzc 4: Latin Club 2: Miss EI-LS. Contestant 2. 3. 4: Miss F.I'I.S. 4: Miss EI-LS. Contest Decora- tions Comm. and Solicitor 3: National Honor Society 4: Teenage Club 2: Teenage Club Soph. Represen- tative 2: Tri-HiAY 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 4: Senior Superlative. "Neatest": Homecoming Sponsor 2, 3 ALICE ELIZABETH RIGGS 'Y-1lice" . . . "Thy quiet rmrl frienrlly ways" F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 3: Miss F.H.S. Con- testant 3: Miss EI-I.S. Contest Program Comm. and Solicitor 3: Spanish Club 3. 4: Trial-li-Y 4 SUSAN K.-XYE RIGCS "Susmz" . . . 'iOt'er the earth lam flying' S 4 Yicenza -Xmerican Hi h School 2' Dra 3. I l A A g :T v I ' matics Club 4: Clee Club 2, 4: ,lr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Library Assistant 2, 4 EARL WARWICK RILEY t'Er1rl" . . . "His disposition accepts the terms of lifel' F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: Baseball Team 3. 4: Basketball Team 2. 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 2: Jr.-Sr. Figure 3 CHERYL ANN ROBERTS "Cheryl" . . . "Quiet, steadfast, and faitl1ful" F.H.S. 4: Munich High School 2. 3: .llustang .Iles- senger Editor 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Homeroom Secretary 2. 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: .Une- monic Staff-Advertising Editor 2. 3: National Honor Society 3: Superlative. "Most Talented" 3: Art Award 2: Honor Roll 3: Outstanding Contributions To All School Publications 3: Pep Club 3: Impres- sions-Artist 2. 3 .IOI-IN GARLAND ROBERTS iflohnnyi' . . . "Art is the stored lzoney of the human soulu F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Dramatics Club 4: Homeroom Vice- President 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Spanish Club 4: Teenage Club 2 "Yell . . . ll1'll'lIIIlHIllIIlIY IHIIIKY :lx onw Illlil 5 tt l.II.S. -. -1. l. lJtlt,.itt llr..llrl1tll tllllllll X minti tian 4' nxtnti n 'fl Ilia " 1 Ilia' rllI'lll1I'I' l' 'Qx nnllw- 3: Monograin Club 3. l: Slnflv-nt loruin 2 SHARON ELIZ XBETII RICE .Q 'hllffrorlll H., . . "llr'r grrzreylzfl uirs slzozcv lzvr gonrl ns .wlzw IS xlllll N 7 J g If.II.,'. I.. fm. l: llvlcgatt- tu ftuflvnt Council Nomi- nating lfoiiw-titiori 2. 3: llflllllll Club 4: lfulurc Nursvs 1: flirls' Xllilctic :Ks-or-iatiori 2: Iloinwonni Vim--l'it-s. 3: lntrannnial lla-kt,-tliall 3. 4: Intramural C L, gs- fd Yolh-xluall 3. 1: .lr.4Sr. lit-4-oratlons f,onnn. 3: Miss .ev gymn-1 KX 9 vw , j, yy SANDRA ANN ROBINSON '5Sandra" . . . "A good sport and a good friend, tool' F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: French Club 3: G.A.A. 3. 4: Home- room Treasurer 2: Homeroom Secretary 4: Intra- mural Basketball 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor 3: Tri- Hi-Y 4: Senior Superlative. "Most Athletic" JOHN DAVID ROCK "John" . . . 'gFree from care am IU F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Basketball Team.Manager 4 :sit gp. f' . , s ,,1f '- A . -.umm--N 3 t""9' as is NUR-new-s-f kgs: , l .IULAINE RENEE ROSSMAN "Rocky" . . . "Tops in our heart" F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4: Band 2. 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3. 4: Band Officers Club 3, 4: Band Clinic 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Homeroom Treasurer 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: LaFamac Art Editor 4: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Gold Key National Scholastic Certificate 4 CONSTANCE MARGARET ROUSE "ConnieU . . . "Fairness lhat is sweetness" F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: French Club 4: Future Teachers 4: Intramural Volleyball 4: Ir.-Sr. Dance Card and Decorations Comms. 3: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3: Miss F.H.S. Decorations and Solicitor Comms. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4 I82 CAROL MARGARET ROGERS "Carolv . . . 6'Art is not the bread, but the wine of Iifei' F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Art Club 3, 4: Delegate to S.C. Nominating Convention 2: Homeroom Secretary 2? Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3: Ir.-Sr. Decorations and Planning Comms. 3: LaFamac Staff 4: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Con- testant 2, 4: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor and Publicity Comms. 3: Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4 CAROLYN .IOHANNA ROSE ':Caroiyn,' . . . 6'Quielnes.s and sweetness are prized possessiorzsi' F.H.S. 3. 4: St. Dominic's School, England 2: Art Club 2: Art Club Secretary 2: Vice4President of Sophomore Class: Draniatics Club 2: Dramatics Club Secretary 2: French Club 2: French Club Treasurer 2: Homeroom Vice-President 3: Tri-Hi-Y Secretary 2 SHARON JOYCE ROSEN 'iSharon" . . . "A merry heart doeth good like a medicinei' F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Future Teachers 4: Intramural Bas- ketball 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 43 -If-'Sl Deco' rations Comm. 3: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Con- testant 2. 3: Miss F.H.S. Solicitor and Poster Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4 CHARLES RICHARD ROSS 'iRichard" . , . 'Tull of that which makes life gay" F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: Band 2: Band Clinics 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Teenage Club 2 Qi ms VI. Yhub' RICKY RICHARD RUSH L-Rl.L'h'Q'y, . . , "Courtesy is a virtue to be treasured" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intramural Rasketball 2, 3g Intra- mural Volleyball 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Teenage Club 2 MALTREEN ALMA SCANLON "t7uilf1f6EI1,l . . . "For they conquer who think they CUTI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. 23 Intr. Bsktball 23 Intr. Volleyball 2g Jr.-Sr. Dec. Corn. 3g Teenage Club 2 SUSAN CHRISTINE SCARBOROUGH 'iSusan" . . . i'An outward and zisihle sign of an inward and spiritual gracei' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g French Club 43 Intr. Basketball 3, 4-g Intr. Volleyball 33 Class Editor of LaFamac 43 Jr.-Sr. Planning Com. and Dec. Com. 3g Chairman of Waiter and Waitress Com. 35 Latin Club 2g Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Co-Chairman of Dec. Com. 3, Solicitor 3: Scottish Dancers 2, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4g Student Council 2, 3, 4g S. C. Con- gress Co-Chairman of Housing Com. 4, S. C. Work- shop 4, Teenage Club Sopbi Representative 2g Senior Superlative "Most Dependable" PATRICIA ANN RITA SCHEWE "Pat" . . . "She bubbles with life" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 4g Glee Club 2 PA'IIxIfl A ROI SE Truro anti I Il .suorfl S' 2 n ramural Rr krlltall 3 f' ' I1 N U ur -sv-s S1 ni P1 Supci a t L .IOHN AIARION ROYVE John 1714111113 rs this mon Ja lu H1 ll Sb: 'Lg C113 2, 3, -lg Trawk Team 2: Biology Club 2 'fe-ov' , ,X www' 704 LARRY EARL SCHAIID "Larry" . . . "Life is a lest and all things show it- I thought so once but now I know it" F.H.S. 2, 3, 49 Baseball Team 2, 3, 45 Football Team 2: Horneroorn Veep 2, 3, Intr. Bskt. 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Com. 3g Spanish Club -1, Teenage Club 2 MARY LOU SCHOENITH utlrlaryu . , , "A hind zrorri is nerer thrown awayu F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Art Club 25 D.E. Club 3, 45 Clee Club 23 Bliss F.H.S. Contestant 23 Teenage Club 23 Sec. of D.E. Club 3, 4 IB3 Nag-Q-5 'Zi- ss, .. BERRY RANDOLPH SCOTT "Berry-i' . . . c'Let them call it mischief: when 'tis past anrl prospered 'twill be rirtuei' E.H.S. 2, 3, 4: D.O. Club 4: D.O. Club Secretary 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Intramural Volleyball 2: Ir.-Sr. Decorations Committee 3: Library Assistant 4: Teenage Club 2 NANCY CAROLYN SCOTT "lVancy,' . . . "The thing that costs the least and does the most is just a pleasant smiles' F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: D.E. Club 3: Future Homemakers 2, 3: Future Homemakers Parliamentarian 3: Home- room Secretary 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2: Intra- mural Volleyball 2: Ir.'Sr. Decorations Committee 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest Solicitor 3: Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Semi- Finalist in Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomor- row 4 IDA ARENA SELF 'iIrla" . . . "It matters not how long we live, but how" F.H.S. 4 MARY JOAN SHARP ufoan' . . . "Alzt'ays quick, always smart-a lovely girl with a tender hearf, F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Future Teachers 3, 4: Delegate to the State F.T.A. Convention 3: President F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Homeroom President 2: Homeroom Treasurer 3: Homeroom President 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4: Ir.-Sr. Carden and Decorations Committees 3: Ir.-Sr. Figure 3: Library Assistant 3: Co-Chairman Soliciting Com- mittee 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: N.H.S. Sec- retary 4: Spanish Club 2: Senior Superlative, "Most Likely to Succeedq MARTHA ELIZABETH SHAW "Elizabeth" . . . nflentleness is a Blissl' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: D.E. Club 4: D.E. Club Art Director 4: Future Homemakers 3: Future Nurses 2: .Ir.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3 SONDRA MARIE SHOLAR "Sondra" . . . "Give to the world the best you have- anal the best will some baclf to you" F.H.S. 4: Baumholder American High School 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 4: .lr.-Sr. Refreshment and Entertainment Comms. 3 GRADY HERSHAL SIBBETT 'SCraaly" . . . "Suppress him-if you can" E.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball 2 LINDA CRADDOCK SIMPSON 'gLinzla" . . . "To lrrzozv her is to lozfe her" F.l-LS. 2, 3, 4: Dramuties Club 2: Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Ir.-Sr. Figure 3: Co-Chairman .lr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm. 3: Ir.-Sr. Planning Comm. 3: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Chairman of Judges Committee 31 Spanish Club 3. 4: Teenage Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 I84 PATRICK CRAIG SIMPSON "Pal" . . . "This zvorlcl is nmfle for fun" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Needham Broughton High School, 2nd Semester 4: Baseball Team 2: Basketball Team 2, 3: Bulldog Staff 3: Delegate to Student Council Nominating Convention 2, 3: Football Team 2: Homeroom Treasurer 2: Home-room Vicc-President 3 MARY ROSE SITES 'illnry Rose" . . . "And good example was her busi- ness" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 2: Intra- mural Basketball 2: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4 ANDREW GARLAND SMITH, IR. "Andy" . . . 'CA cheerful life is wlmt the museis love" F.I-LS. 2, 3, 4: Delegate to Student Council Nomi- nating Convention 2: Junior-Senior Decorations Com- mittee 3: Latin Club 2: Student Forum 4 ANN CAROL SMITH "Ann Carol" . . . "A goorl heart is worth its weight in golfln F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Art Club 3: ,Iunior-Senior Decorations Committee 3: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3. 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest Decorations Committee 3: Miss F.H.S. Contest Solicitor 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4 CAROLYN MAE SMITH 4'Carolyn,' . . . "Faithful, sweet, and sincere all through the years' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Future Nurses 4: Future Teachers 4: Intramural Volleyball 2: Junior-Senior Decorations Committee 3: Miss F.H.S. Contest Decorations Com- mittee 3: Spanish Club 2 .IARVIS WALLACE SMITH 'iButclz" . . . "His words and conduct are those of a perfect gentleman" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Hi-Y President 4 4""1s QQWQ A . "K 1. uns-44" MARY ELIZABETH SMITH "Mary" . . . "Dear and pleasant to nlli' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 3: Junior-Senior Decorations Committee 3: Latin Club 23 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest Decorations and Soliciting Committees 31 Tri-Hi-Y 4 MICHAEL WAYLAND SMITH 'i'lIilre" . . . NA mind that is strong, a heart that is truei' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Basketball Team 2, 3, 4: French Club 3. 4: French Club Treasurer 3: Jr.-Sr. Seating Com- mittee Chairman 3: ,Ir.-Sr. Planning Committee 3: Jr.-Sr. Figure 3: Key Club 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Contest Lighting Comm. 3: Miss F.H.S. Contest Usher 3: Track Team 3, 4 l85 STEWART HOWARD SMITH "Stewart" . . . "His smile is a wondrous thingy F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team 2, Football Team 2, 3, Homeroom Secretary 3, Senior Superlative, "Best Looking" SYLVESTER OWEN SMITH 'gSlripper,' . . . "When the going gets tough, the tough get going" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Delegate to S. C. Nom. Convention 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-Pres. 3, President 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Monogram Club 3, 4: Teenage Club 2, Track Team 2, 3, Baseball Team 4 LINDA DAWN SNYDER "Linda" . . . "A merry heart and a merry frame of mind" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 3, Song Leader 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Intramural Volleyball 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 3, Office Assistant 3, 4 GLORIA ANGELA STANFIELD "Gloria,' . . . 'cEnougl1 is as good as a feast" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, Latin Club 2, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3 EUGENE JEFFREY STANN 'fleffl' . . . "If a man empties his purse into his head no one can take it from him" F.H.S. 4, American Community School, Saigon, Viet- nam, 2, 3, Bulldog Staff 4, Gecko Staff 2, 3, Liter- ary Editor 2, Business Manager 3, Latin Club 4, Student Council Vice-Pres. 3, Superlative, "Most Intellectual" 3, "Most Studiousn 2, A.C.S. Carnival Co-Chairman of Talent Show 2, Finance Comm. Co- Chairman 3, Chess Club 2, 3, .Iudo Club 3 CHARLES HOLT STEWART "Charles', . . . "His disposition accepts the terms of life" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, Bulldog Staff 2, 3, Dra- matics Club 2, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intra- mural Volleyball 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 3, Library Assistant 2, Miss F.H.S. Decorations Com- mittee 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Teenage Club 2, Track Team 2 X W-My , ICN nglliiiihos A ,,.t,., R N X X , t it K ss x N 'HW 'nw .anmgx ummm. LINDA GAIL STEWART "Linda" . . . "Marriages are made in heavenv F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, D.O. Club 3, Future Homemakers 2, 3, Song Leader 2, Intramural Basketball 2, Intra- mural Volleyball 3, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4 THOMAS EARL STEWART, .lR. "Tommy" . . . "A good laugh is a ray of light on a gloomy day" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 2, Vice-President 3, Student Forum Representative 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 2: .Ir.-Sr. Date and Decorations Committees 3, Key Club 4, Latin Club 2, Miss F.H.S. Decora- tions Committee 3, Teenage Club 2 1?-ia-. 56. GLORIA JEANNE TARLTON "Gloria" . I. . '4Fair as the stars on a cloudless night" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 CAROLYN EARLE TAYLOR "Carolyn" . . . "A lfind thought for everyone" F.I'I.S. 2, 3, 43 Art Club 3, 43 Future Homemakers 4g Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4 1-vwf CRAIJY CI'IAMI'ION S'l'Hl1,IKI.ANlJ GGTIIIIUVH . . . "Di1'rfrsil,i-tlirilfs nu molloi' F.H.5. 2, 3, ll, Btiscball Team 2, 3, -'Lg Basketball Tcuin 2, 3g Supliomnlw- Class 'llreustirvif Junior Class I'1'esidr-tit, Fnotlrull Tvani 2: Honit-i'oom IDN"-ir.l0nt 4: Jr.-Sr. Overall Chairman: Key Club 3. fi, 'lit-tisurvsr 4, lr.-Sr. Figure 3: Marshal 3: Miss F.ll.S, Conti-st Overall Chairman, Student Counvil 3: Teciiuge Club 2, Senior Stlperlative, "Most Popular" HELCA JOHANNA STUERCKEN nflclgrf' . . . "fi more gentle and hind hear! is hard to find" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 2, 3, Editor Promotion Manager, Girls' Athletic As. 2g Intramural Basket- ball 2: Intramural Vollvyball 3, Miss F.H.S. Con- testant 2 RICHARD CHARLES SIJEHR II "Rich" . . . "A really good fellow in every way" F.H.s. 3. 41 Kubfigki H.s. 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Letter Club 2, 3, 45 Officers Club 3, 4g Band Clinics 35 Football Team 2, 3: French Club 3g Homeroom Officer 2, 3, ,Ir.-Sr. Entertainment Comm. 23 Teen- age Club 2, Annual Staff 2, 3 HERMAN CLARK SWIERS 'LClark,' . . . 'glfindness should return two foldv EHS. 2, 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 4, Letter Club 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 4, Clinics 3, Delegate to S.C. Nom. Convention 2, Hi-Y 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 3, 43 LaFamac Staff 45 Miss F.H.S. Contest Usher 3: Spanish Club 2g Teenage Club 25 Student Forum Representative 3 JOHN JOSEPH TAMALIS flohnl' . . . HAH. honorable gentleman" F.H.S. 4 BETTY JOAN TALLEY "Betty Joann . . . "Her Laughter cheers the world" EHS. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2 CHARLES FRANKLIN TAYLOR "Frankie" . . . "A goorl-nnlurefl fellow rmrl well liked" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 45 Band Letter Club 3, 4 GEORGE FRANKLIN TAYLOR C'George" . . . HA good minrl possesses a lringdoml' F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Delegate to S. C. Nominating Con- vention 2, 3, 45 Dramutics Club 25 French Club 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 3: LHHI1 Clllll 22 DECOIH- tions Comm,-Miss F.H.S. 35 National Merit Semi- Finalist -1- usp.-www. st. , .Yau-Y Hg?-ur t e rs. V. N 1 S 1 .z ."' 3:31:10 -S X I ' . ,... ' -5 ,,,,j ...t 5 DENNIS TODD THARP c'Dennisv . . . "lt is the mind that makes the man" F.H.S. 3, 45 West Side High School 2: Football Team 25 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 National Honor Society 4: Track Team 2 GAIL EVELYN THOMAS "Goff, . , . "Wisdom and goodness are lwin born' F.H.S. 3, 45 Falls Church High School 25 Vice-Presi- dent Sophomore Class5 Homeroom Treasurer 45 In- tramural Volleyball 3: Yearbook Staff 25 Latin Club 25 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3: National Honor Society 4: Junior Honor Society 2 I88 X TN . ,,,,-sxgsss.-1, . xg - XX ,X Xvxk KX x EARL LAMUEL TEAGUE, JR. "Earl" . . . utllen of few words are the best men' F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 25 Glee Club 35 Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 35 Library Assistant 3, 45 District Library Club Vice-President5 Miss F.H.S. Decorations Comm. 3 MARY GRAY TEAGUE "Mary Gray" . . . "As pure as a pearlg and as per- feclg KI noble and innocent girl" 9 F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Varsity Head Cheerleader 2: Sophomore Class President5 Senior Class Secretaryg French Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Girls' Chorus 25 ,lr.ASr. Chm. of Refreshment Comm.: Jr.-Sr. Figure 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 LaFamac Editor-in-Chief: Latin Club Board of Directors 25 Chief Marshal 35 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4, 6th Runner Up 45 Co- Chm. of Decoration Comm. of Miss F.H.S.5 N.H.S. 3, 45 Scottish Dancers 3, 45 Student Council 2, 3, 41 Student Council Secretary 35 Student Council Con- gress 3, 4, Discussion Leader 3, 4, Workshop 3: Sophomore Representative for Teenage Club 25 Tri- Hi-Y 35 Senior Superlative, "Best All Round"5 D.A.R. Good Citizen 35 Homecoming Sponsor 4 STANLEY MARTIN TEW 2Stanle5v" . . . c'Tlie only way to have a friend is to e one F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 2 .IUDITH REID THAMES 'ifuflyv . . . 6'Calm as iz summer clay" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 45 Homeroom Sec- retary 2, 45 Intramural Basketball 45 Jr.-Sr. Decora- tions Comm.: Latin Club 2: Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3 'Q sands 'fi . DANIEL VARSER TOWNSEND "Danny,' . . . "An athlete as well as a gentleman" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 43 Jr. Varsity Foot- Ulf ball 2, Varsity 3, 4g Golf Team 4g Spanish Clubf2'?l Hi-Aga,-43 Senior Superlative, "Most Athletic"3 Hpme- roo Pres. 2, Vice-Pres. 4 C UWM J ll WATSON THOMPSON TOWNSEND, .lR. lvl "Watson" . . . "A little nonsense 7l0lLFflV1flfhEI1U F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Belton Sr. High 23 Clee Club 3. 4: Int. Basketball 3 ROBERT JOHN TULBANE l'R0bert" . . . "A laugh. a light hearty F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 LINDA FAYE TYNDALL 6'Linda,'. . . "Life is a cheerful path" FHS. 2, 3, -13 Intramural Volleyball 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec- orations Comm.3 Latin Club 23 Miss F.l-LS. Contest- ant 2, 3: Bliss l7'.l3l.S. Contest Poster Comm. 3g Tri- Hi-Y 43 Guidance Counselor Assistant 4 Wll.LlAlNl RONALD TILLISON "Iliff, . . . "The great hope of sor'ivI.i is intlirirlttal 1'l11lr1tt'1c'fll F.H.S. 2, 3, -13 D.lf. Club 43 Cleo Club 2, 3, 4 WINSTON DALTON TILLOTSON HSIIHZUIVYU . . . 'lLet your speech always be with honnrv F.H.5. 2, 3, 43 lnt. Basketball 2, 3, 4g lnt. Volleyball 23 Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm.3 Library Asst. 23 Li- brary Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Teenage Club 2 t 1 ROBERT MICHAEL TYNDALL ",lIil.'e" . . . "Mischief sparkles from his zfery eyes" FHS. 2, 3, 4: Delegate to S. C. Nominating Convert- tion 2: Hi-Y 3, 43 ,lr.-Sr. Bulldog Comm. 33 Latin Club 2: Teenage Club 2 SYLVIA ANN LISHER "Sylt-ia" , . . "A tranquil person who accomplishes ninth" FHS. 43 Rapid City High School 2, 33 D.E. Club 43 Future Nurses 23 C..-X..-X. 23 Homeroom Secretary 3: Annual Staff 33 Latin Club 23 Devlamution 2, 3: Paha Sapa Slrelches Staff 2, 3 I-89 RAYMOND KYLE USSERY, JR. "Ray" . . . "A merry heart doeth good like a medicineu F.H.S. 2, 3, 49 Clemson College lst Semester 3: Band 2, 3, 4, Letter Club 4, Clinics 33 French Club 3g Homeroom President 3 LINDA KAY YALLANINGHAM "Linda" . . . 'Wothing is as contagious as enthus- iasml' F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4: Delegate to S. C. Nominating Convention 33 Cirls' Athletic Associa- tion 4g Clee Club 23 Homeroom Treasurer 2: Intra- mural Volleyball 3: lr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 33 Miss F.H,S. Contestant 3, 45 Senior Superlative, "Most Courteousu: Waitress at Student Council Banquet 4 ROSA LINDA VESSIA "Rosa" . . . "Good will is the mightiest force in the universe" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intra- mural Volleyball 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 4 KENNETH NEIL WALKER "Kenneth" . . . "Foremost among his virtues-Trusb worthinessl' F.H.S. 4: Whitakers 2, 33 Class Reporter 23 French 33 Clee Club 2, Jr.-Sr. Planning Comm.g Marshal 3: Beta Club 3 BARBARA OGDEN WALTON "Barbara', . . . nlaughter and quietness makes rare combination" F.H.S. 4g Washington Lee High 2, 3g Bulldog Staff: French Club 4, Homeroom Vice-Pres. 33 Tri.-Hi-Y 3, National Beta Club 2, 3, French-Spanish Club 3 RUTH ANN WATERFIELD "RulhAnn" . . . "Quality is her measure" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 4g Future Nurses 4: Intramural Basketball 35 Intramural Volleyball 3g Latin Club 2 Qgmv SN If QEWA '?AwHm 'flggprt .IUDY LYNN WATTS Hfudyl' . . . "Expression is the dress of thought" F.H.S. 4, Winter Park H.S. 2, Montgomery Blair H.S. 35 Intramural Volleyball 43 Student Council Dance Comm. 35 Spanish Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Pep Club 3 JAMES THEODORE WEBB, IR. "Ted" . . . "Happiness is a good that nature sells us" FHS214 is Ci 5- X .. 'Cf' TOMMIE CHERYL WELCH "Tommie" . . . "Our deeds delerruine us' F.H.S. 3, 43 Pepperrell H.S. 2: CllE'l2l'lf'LlLlt'l' 23 Class Treasurer 23 Dramatics Club 43 Future Teavhers 4: Home-room Treasurer 23 S. C. Congress Homemnm Represent. 23 Teen Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y Sec. 23 Honor Student 2 LYNDA KAY WELLER "Lynda" . . . allow quiet and unassuming' F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 33 Girls' Bowling Team ROBERT FOX WENCERT 4'Bob', . . . "I am the captain of my souf' F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.O. Club 4 NANCY ANN WEST "Nancy" . . . "Never a worry, never a care-she makes you laugh with her jolly air" F.H.S, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 43 C.A.A. 3, 43 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 33 Intramural Bsktball 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm.3 Miss F.H.S. Con- test 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Comm. Poster, Solicitor 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4 HEINZ JURGEN WHITEFOOT "Heinz" . . . "Not too grave, not too gay good fellow" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JOHNNY FITZHUGH WHITFIELD "Johnny" . . . "This carefree happy life" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 3 just a jolly RALPH BOYCE WESTON Ralph . . . He laughs at zrnposszbzlzlzes I7.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Nurnberg A,I-LS. 23 Intramural Bsktball 2, 43 Intramural Volleyball 33 Track Team 33 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Shop Club 23 Stamp Club 23 Chess Club 23 Dance Club 2 STEVE MINOR WHEELER "Steve" . . . "A free soul never grows old" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.O. Club 4 ' KENNETH CREED WILKINSON "Kerry . . . "Behavior is a mirror in which every- one shows his imagel' F.H.S. 2. 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4 SUSAN ROSE WILLIAMS a'SusarzU . . . 'gDiligence makes perfectioni' F.H.S, 2, 3, 43 Delegate to Student Council Nomi- nating Convention 2, 33 National Honor Society 3. 43 French Club 3, 4. Secretary 43 Future Teachers 43 Homeroom Secretary 43 Intramural Basketball 3. 43 lr.ASr. Dt-tforations, Food 33 LaFamac Staff, Ac- tivities Editor 43 Miss F.H.S. Decorations, Solicitor 33 Hostess for State S. C. Convention 4 WTNWN Mpu.-o--,,., Mfg sv- 3 3, t-,. " 3. if ,.,., . , sf ...X . Ns SHIRLEY LORRAINE WILLIAMSON '4Shirley" . . . "Life is not so short but that there is time for courtesy" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.E. Club 3, 4 CALVIN NEIL WILLIS "Calvin" . . . "All his musical skills" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Student Director 43 Band Letter Club 3, 43 Band Officers Club 43 Band Clinics 3, 43 Delegate to S. C. Nominating Conven- tion 2, 33 Homeroom President 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Senior Superlative-"Most Talentedl' BILLIE FAYE WISE "Billie" . . . "Where there's a will, there's a way" F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JOAN FRANKLIN WOOTEN "Joan" . . . c'Sparlrling conversation will never lack friendsn F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43 Future Teachers 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Vice-President 2, Treasurer 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm.- Decorations, Carden 33 Latin Club 23 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Committee Program, Solicitor, Decorating 33 Teenage Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Treas. 43 Hostess for S. C. Convention 4 DWIGHT LAWERENCE WRIGHT "Butch,' . . . "Happy is he who is content" F.H.S. 3, 43 Warner Robbins High 23 Homeroom President 33 Intramural Basketball 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 33 lr.-Sr. Waiter 23 Track Team 4 JOYCE RUTH YATES nloycel' . . . "Good nature is one of the richest fruits of character" F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Delegate to S. C. Nominating Con- vention 33 French Club 3, 43 Future Teachers 4: Glee Club 2, 33 Homeroom Treasurer 23 Intramural Basketball 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 23 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 33 Miss F.H.S. Decorations, Solicitor. Judging Committees 33 Teenage Club 23 Waitress Student Council Convention 43 Student Forum 5 .r A' We "- 1 ' if if t sl 5 .2 X, , txt -7 -., . Q. ., it 'fi ii'-i l' . A 4 C I ?x K t S ff I 5 Og . ,fr 'vs 3, 5 K X fm. , , l i j... 1. , - , , 1 ,, 'R th e ti JAMES ROGER YOUNG "James" . . . "He'.s just the quiet kind" F.H.S, 3, 43 Randolph High School 2, Vice-Pres. 2, Football Team 23 Homeroom President 23 Student Council 2g Superlative- L'Most Popular" 2 MARGARET ALMA YOUNG "Margaret" . . . "Full of mis- chief, frolic, and fun" F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 2g G.A.A. 2, 33 Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3g Intramural Volley- ball 2, 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm, 3g Miss F.H.S. Contestant 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4- 1- 1'-'Hr an L 1' 'H 115' 5113121 ' ,, .1-?5i5Zf3i?'f " MARIE ROSE ZAHRAN "Marian . . . "Where there's a will, tftere's a wayi' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Homeroom Secre- tary 2, President 3g Intramural Basketball 3: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 35 Latin Club 23 Miss F.H.S. Contestant 2, 3, 4: Wait- ress Student Council Conven- tion 4 Seniors Who Missed the Shots: L-R: Roger Watson, Bill Mclieithan, Linda Smith, Bob Gray Robert Bullock, and Richard Snyder. xiii .XA nm ' , f. 4,1-'W n x 5 Q X A ' Fm. ,. ,, W!! ' :.f,..,::'w1c-, . mv. , xl,- Q51 ' - 4: x ,f-, g.fT'.p.,,,-1 ' 1" , .A fly q Q-. 3? BACK TO SCHCOL . . . ' V ..- .N M t , l for parents ,Memories are brought back to our parents as they "run" through an abbreviated form of their own sons' or daugh- ters' schedule during the L'Back-to-School" PTA. This special PTA promotes a better parent-teacher relationship. for sfudenfs The Back to School Dance, sponsored by the Stu- dent Council, begins the many activities for ,62 at F.H.S, Meeting the many new students, seeing old friends who seemed to have disappeared during the summer, and catching up on all the latest gossip now begins. This warm welcome, however, is soon to die down to some serious study. The following pages recounts some of the most carefree moments enjoyed by F.H.S.'ers. X fix I N X. X During the annual "Back-to-School," are-nts find out what . 1 .D . . p xt IS llke to stand ln lme for food. BACK TO WORK . . . i m f-25+ fel ' ' - . ' J lpig arf! ,qv ', - r fi L ' mgglet 0 ' 1 Ea s e ' f , K i Q Y A , , -M, l t as 1,45 ' K 2- L' ' Af lt's AMAZING what one for- gets on one's vacation!!! I Intense concentration is necessary to complete yesterdays assignment today. for sfudenfs . in YV One of the most helpful sources of learning for the F.H.S. student is the library. Under the capable direction of Mrs. Surles, our library provides a place of relaxed atmosphere for research or recreational reading. for feachers . . The object of teaching a child is to enable him to get along without the teacher. 5 E -UA I , A ' - ii? Q , i 55, we ' M fN4 Q v .. . g fm 45 ' - A- A, , . . r.r if I Q 7 aftf ,f 59, ff' ly I 'ji i l it X X limit taut YW tl 3' ti ! I P the theme Of erhaps the ' Builders" was - ear at that of b ' greatest r "'l'om0rY0W BeCk0nSCo1iiiiail7 Sconveinionl dxxiidalihdileiy North iizfire' Bm e-7215 tappedhoibor 3 RHS the State Studsgxi 500 representativgslerilone enjoyed mei- eward for hgpe recejvesto the Ngtiudeng can F 1 N F'H'S.' Modinhed this Convenuoaie St dqn Council on t B SCh01astic aciiicandle frgrtif H0nor Zgehfe is Qaroliiij and we congratulate ll evement. Ella Roseotgzy. l briiicesg, of the Convennoni l,,,k , a I l f fi I A a 3 . A xxxxxf 3 SADIE HA WKINS 1 Sadie Hawkins is an annual dance sponsored by the Scottish Dancers. The Daisy lVIae's now grab-up their Lil, Abner,s and head for the dance. The decorations were in typical hillbilly style, with a it pot-belly stove, candle-dripped bottles, and with 1 Marryin, Sam as the main attraction. Double trouble! .wg E 'LS-he got herself into this date, and I'm HJUS' 'Cause ya got me here it donft mean 1 ' vlf' . ' not hflms her go' now' ' I'm gonna dance w1d'ya, too!" I98 "Daisy Mae's Dogpatellersu preparing for a rousing half- time ceremony. POWDER-PUFF FOOTBALL GAME Mrs. Mads seniors enjoying'1heir homeroom Christmas party. Friends Romans and countrymen caught in action . 7 7 .D . just before the Key Club's presentation of "Julius Caesar." 4 Elated Powder-puff King, Larry Harris, surrounded by gorgeous fl? cheerleaders VH .-,. V, , V , l .kan . . ., . V. A highlight from that fabulous game. Doug Culbreth, Key Club president, admires the Clubls Christmas tree that is putiup annually for the whole school's enjoyment. Warmth and fellowship prevailed at the bonfire which rounded up 'iSupport Operation Support" week. Star performers of the Hi-Y basketball game operating peak output? I may can't stop them from twisting, but I don't have to watch! World's greatest referees, at least for the Hi-Y student-teacher basketball game, were Larry Har- ris and Grady Strickland. "Oops," says Mary Cray Teague, "we missed the deadline for the LaFamac!" 200 .1411 "I'll get to college one way or another!" ll I ' I! Hey, let s Twlsf. As the Twisting fad gained its popu- larity, here are some of our reactions. 3 md? I We re off to We-,t Point. records 4'Who stole my Twist ,H Our two All-American ends! Im the flower on the surface, but the serpent underneath." -G PEP RALLIES BUS TRIPS Those boosting pep rallies certainly heightened the spirits of the F.H.S. student body. At the top left, students clap madly for their favorite team, the Bulldogsg at top right, we wonder what the hand would he like without those drums. Did someone say "heaven"? And, of course, those great pep rallies wouldn't have been great at all without our energetic cheerleaders, which are shown on the left. ff These are cheerleadersl? Well, odd as it may seem, these are the girls that speared the F.H.S. team on to victory. '- Ignorance is bliss! .97 - f ! ' P A ri--lf ,. 1 W....-------- l h p'r""""""" " ' C. Reld Ross, Clty school superintendent, accompanied F.H.S. ag - students on the bus trips. 4 . M t 'ill - wy sf,-, 21.3 A M-ff me f be f M P t X 9, 49X mutt H 3' M R- K 5'-tw' . 1 'li . ..,gHg,-vs 202 XL.. - 4 PF D 1255 Tj" il mm .Q "' Hmm fm "1" OV 45' an 1 Q2 235: v- .1 ,,v., In Ima 'U' ff .rf -yy is-..L,,v MUSIC Paul Aldmon David Alford Walter Applewhite Jim Barden William Bernard Elizabeth Bernard Lewis Bibb Roger Bullard Dickie Byrne Joyce Carroll Rick Suehr Clark Swiers Frank Taylor Ray Ussery George Carter Dave Conatser Randy Condos J oye Creech Maurice Grubb David Holmes Jim Humphrey Tommy Hunt Jeff lshee Woody Jackson Jim Piggot Martha Riddle Jack Sandrock Lynette Smith Carolyn Johnson Sheila Johnson Nick Lean Ann Lee Jack Hanska Mack lVlcBryde Tommy Mclnnis David lVlcKenzie Sara lVlcVicker Charlotte Morrison Lee Murphy Danny O'Quinn Maren Ostborg Frank Perkins Y iv' "7 3 . -'Q - ':z!-, 55f1'w 1 TT 95,5 JL -fa-Q0 'W fm-- .' Q .- ' .ifi ' 1 :W 'fi fa' FMT" " 'Q X7 .W V I m'1'Z' is if, i 1 ze : gl - Y- x 1 -. We, -' - I 1 , ,N D N , , w V E W, A 1- -K' ww , ,U N 4, Q 1 .gf .,.gf1 .,,m,, ' .T " ' ' Y X ' 2 'QIT 4. ,Af fi' "ff -1129 Q 2 v : f:,4M:JM .Y A:-g,,p ..-- agp ",a . 1- - - . "Z, f A . 7 "viii ' A 'L' Qlglsqo 1 f .ff Q 2. ' , A - , 02. , P--+ 1 ' -440 f 4:1 5 .4 is-57 v ...--'P ':.-.-.-,J-4...-ap. " W -A., " -- , x ' ' "J -, a4:::::: W- E-ig--1.gf?:: "T, ,V fwfr' Nr' 'ff 99 -gy tip J W If 5 3':,.f",i7. 2.Zg,3.? J Ov- ' lv:--K 41' P ga: ,g,::Qf , rr:-.51 -as 4- .qn..,.h ' 'A T Y'i'M" "ff 3 "' 2' l :Un - W . wt, v ' -' , ,I ,,,, 1, .A V! Qgxzix fm w Q'-s. 1 l r F.H.S. BAND Above are the members of the Band Letter Club. They are as follows: .lim Barden, Royce Carroll, Calvin Willis, Rick Suehr, Tommy Mclnnis, Mack McBryde, Jimmy Piggot, Ray Ussery, Charlotte Morrison, Martha Riddle, Charles Williams, Lynette Smith, Dickie Bryne, Jimmy Humphries, Ashley Watson, Danny O'Quinn, Elizabeth Bernard. Not pictured is Clark Sweirs. All Above is Mr. William Adcox who is the capable director of the High School marching and concert bands. This is Mr. Adcox's first year as director at Fayetteville High School. The F.H.S. band can be found boosting spirits at the school pep rallies, presenting half-time shows at the football games, marching in parades, and displaying musical skills in contests and band clinics. Both the concert and marching band are directed by Mr. William Adcox. The band officers are Calvin Willis, student director: ,lim Barden, drum major, and Charlotte Morrison, head majorette. These officers assume the various responsibilities of running the band. In addition to these three officers, the band has six major crews. These are equipment, clerk, library, uniform, publicity, and stage manager. Each of these groups is headed by a captain and a lieutenant. Long drawn-out rehearsals such as these are the reason for all the F recognition that the F.H.S. band groups receive. - li' 4? Above, is a section of the concert band. The band meets every day during 4-th period. 206 MAJORETTES 175 -f-"' ,- ,he I HEAD MAJORETTE She-lia .lohnson Charlotte Morrison 'U5 ', TWV, 7 1 Lynette Smith - 799 Athletic events are brightened by the strutting majorettes. I 4 vw ng, 4-" "Hu-w.v.,, . ,f U Ann Lee .loye Creech Martha Riddle 'fm-Q-K ..2...::::5s-1.1-:I - - Y 5 , 1' - -4.-AN... .M ' Q. -xx? K .9 . "i aw Q52- . ,,,, N Q ' X, 32' K ' 5. gi Q "-if " I . ' v .Q S W1 5 4 ' V fx , 5, Q. ,. Q Q . Q, S . . rg A . .. A ' - gf 0 l X ar 3 5 'if 1 1 , . . qw 'nf E ' ' I V' s , w S5 .- K , S X ' .K S tx S 'sn r S iv g fi '53, 4 ggi Q . X, 1 3 52 . ,,, ., ,. .X f ,Q 7 ,. X N 'R s g + G: x z 2 N P71 sv, . ll Q i . ,..,.,+. , v .X-1 . -J ' Z fr x Mr. Ray, the driving force for the centrates in one of his many thoughtful Any boy or but must pass and both boys MIXED CHORUS x If--f l l and Christine Jones serve as Joy Creech fstandingl Glee Club, con- able pianists for the mixed chorus moods. , girl interested in becoming a member of the Mixed Chorus may join several requirements first: girls must be either a junior or a senior. and girls must pass try-out tests. The Chorus offers cultural opportuni 7 ties for students who like to sing and are musically inclined. School, community, and state functions are attended by the Glee Club. 1 11' X Under the capable direction of Forest Ray, the FHS Mixed Chorus practices for their next appearance. n ' an re Y M fwptt x . 1 at l' ' ' -'43, f A um yt . my t: . 1' . N 1 at , .. H 'F ul' gl 0- N 1 , . Q 'R X X A .J ' mf., . , A All M l ill, ,,,. 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NWI nv. :Pu U "AP D N 9 ' l W 2. 5 I 1 A U' HowARD's Wlxfif l A J!! I JEL ELERS ,E qw FASHION SPORTSWEAR 1116? HARg+REE'I"JJ A AJ 240 Hay S1'ree+ Conveniehi 'l'fe rH'1sf-Hee Delivery FBYGHGVFHG- N- C- A J +E e C4 + .'J'E'Gif+gY. o e ra ua es" . L, , ,- J b-1 , , ------E --H' HUNTER BROS., INC. Wholesale Elecfrical Supplies .ii , mdk. HARDW ' Q 405 H S+ ' I ay ree II5 Wmslow S+reeI' FayeHeVmeI N. 0.74 DIAL HE 3-0I25 DIAL HE 3-2I4 HORNES HAYMOUNT MACRICET a i e, ir ru r "NoIIwing buf II'1e BesI" F Yel-levll S5165 9 Silo e Groceries-QuaIiIy Meafs-Produce I 24 HAY STREET DIAL HE 2-2I II WE DELIVER FREE DELIVERY I300 Morgan'Ion Rd. DIAL HU 4-8I II 0Q MwM pg 0, Af. . JOHNSON My A. gawk' Aw COTTCN COMPANY " ome o amous NaI'I1ane Brand ProducIs" I2I Franklin SI'ree'I' FayeHeviIIe, N. C. 4 We Buy, Build and Sell for You JEWEL BOX I09 Hay S+., FayeI"I'eviIIe, N. C. JESSUP REALTY AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 2504 Raeford Rd. FayeHeviIIe MCFAYDEN MUSIC STORE SINCE I923 II8 Hay SI'reeI' Dial HE 3-3I73 ella on dale HAY ST. thru to FRANKLIN ST. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. FRI.'9 to 9, SAT. 9 LJ ,, , . I IW JW -- X - E 1 ,T T . r Downtown Shopping Headquarters M-.f ITIL Appel F 6 iv B 3, H ji, Iono T gif I 7,1 ,III J IIJI I DEPARTMENT STORE IIIIIITIIII E Sf! , I S f'1f"IIvIJIV .LI f"' 'QLD ' II Ig if I '-IL", I II6 Person S+. FayeH'eviIIe LANGFORD'S, INC. Television Sales and Service ON HAYMOUNT HILL .ishop Us Firsqf and Save.. K 81 F DRUG STORE For AII Your Drug and School Supplies I2I5 FORT BRAGG RD. HU 4-3I80 Faye'HeviIIe, N. C. HU 4-8604 273 I Bragg Boulevard Dial MARKET FURNITURE CO. 40I Hay S'IreeI' Faye'H'eviIIe, N. C. DIAL HE 2-3039 EAGLE'S 5 81 I0 Cent Store 337 Hay S+reeI', FayeH'eville Sfop, Shop, or Call HE 2-6047 ,..,. ,W1.1..rf ', W7 Q Q . .. ,.. .. A . . R. u. fg:'fv5rfi:.wr4'1' "1 q ' 1 ' - . vo-if " vmiyv F'l'IEf'V1f.' -'fra 4, , i.,,..,,. LAFAYETTE MOTOR SALES, INC. Your Friendly Ford Dealer PiHman S+reeI' Robeson and Russell Bragg Blvd. Fuel Oil ' WW .. lf MCMILLAN-SHULER OIL COMPANY, INC. For Promp'r Delivery Dial HE 3-2I6I 708 Sou'I'h Winslow S+. FayeH'eville, N. C. - I 4 . R, 'I 4. X IX . . I ' 5. 5 L X XX 7 ' I AMCBRYDt'S X A 'I 42' , .A .3U4lP1AY STREI3 A-.. L F kAlex Ixxeonx - I lr T .DIAL HE 2-anna ,I ,I th . Ii " S, Q.' A L' C9 I. Op+ncua1ws s is .H 'ff I , , may X 1 , ssh- UAS Ii I lla N KQF' I ll IXMISSA VQGLlEfl INCA is "Young Fashions folgg You" A YQ xx The Shop'of ' Na'I'ionally Adverrised Brands II2 HAY STREET HE 3-0I84 fr I ,Q . w ' -Ty X , K' Unk' i WJ, x. x, , T5 ,M .X . ,,-" JV 5 195 K ' ,YQ mari' w 45 4 X", V 'Xxx A Af' . . MATTHEWS PHARMACY E X Vlslr +he I "Promp+ Delivery Service" 45l Hay S+ree'I' 207 Hay Sfreef can Faye'HevilIe, Norlh Carolina in Down+own HE 2-3l44 PHONE HE 3-I I37 FayeH'eville l A Ya'll Come +o , MI KE'S fhe boulevard L A K .JH- ,mr WWE Www vw SJETJL QJYIM IA W ffffl W W :I ,uHN:1X,fNi-Jvm fr WXUV' M DAI RYMLIAIEYAYIIAIASYGRILL J ' LEONARDIS 1 ff .N MEN's SHOP 1 2600 Raeford Road 'J' 'Ag + F H .H N C Dial HU 4-6484 ay ree aye ev: e, . . 'W . Mmjlfaf' MQW ,J rrr r r or .. ,W , Hr. , W if P W . ' My 9 JA My A '.4vv f4""c"'-"'-J Ol ,." -1.A - -. , , if M M ffm new U5 lj? bf 5,2 1 4, . . .,.:. .1,,, V1.1,..:.:. ' ' ' by -4-4-' :- '----- ,-.,.,.:,,,:,,ggg:g:::g:g:g:g:,:g::: QQ '2.' 232111, ,- 1 ':1: 5:5:5:5:5:5:5:5:5:Q:5:f:g:5:2-, 1" -AQ:515:Q35:g:5gg:2:5g:E:5:5:2:E:E:5:5:5:5:5:5:2:5:5:Q:5:5:: '- .,Qfif"' """ Z g?5.QEQf'535 "" Eiiifziv "::5:5 5::':':':' A ".i ' .- 1:r.- .... W Q 4 .,,1' 1 .v'1 '?::'3E,IE5E?. :' i55"' 'QEQE5 ,r 0 tr , '-,A "1W 'W 37 D W ':AA. .1:: -P . L fs -e ""4 ' - ,Sly QWSWYX 435'-'P-J A-'Q-J E " "' 444' ,gms f fM'fcfi7fJfl2, I H. ffm lr C, Courreous Drivers Are Safe Drlversfn 5 , J -r J XAYQXWEQKTDQ XA we andgmilways' Safe+y Record Proves I+ 2 fiibgxmigsz Q .ri lf, i ffm' " - J , , Z .-:- i le 7 f Sfgim sexy A ' K f' ' 71" " J B-rue., Q 6 U , C , H, C . gym:-Do ' ' ypga' , 0 z . X QTRAILWAYS pecialists in friendlwvv Q 'Hrs-b-class 'travel U-fffiylf'-ft 7'-M-f 60-ff.:-nf ,On u Trailways goes THRU 'ro mos+ desiinafionsl QUEEN CITY T R ILWAY 4 J. J file? 304 Gillespie S+. Faye'H'eville, N. C. Lge, Dial HE 3-l5l7 or HE 2-5:27 ' X50 ,AL Q, oi?-4..' I 'ILIA I I I X Iv grjlxlwpdgxfiis-S1655 I . , TX H405 QIQIQI Ireffmario CHEVROLET COMPANY ,, ,, FIX I I IQ27 Franklin S+. WWWNQQQ xxx. , x X A 5- f I III I A Jr'I,. Ig I I 'II P ,VI I X EIT!!! 'IQ QXIJ - X q I .5 XII I 1 I I lg V' J XSIE t X X , ,A Xiu? J U PARK GARAG:e E121 RKHEADQIUISIRTERS Foaiffgis f Z .515 I A I 7 I' WiIIyE Jeep T. ,Q ' Fiai' yy 1 I I -fmaggaf lf, Bkrleadfgei' Ave. ' as 4'4lII9I I A Thomsolv I If we Q PORTRAIT - COMMERCIAL OWEN'S T.V., INC. 0 WEDDINGS 0 GROUP -4I24 Bragg Boulevard O COPIES O ADVERTISING 2725 Raeford Road "PicIures TI1aI Speak for Themselves" FAYETTEVILLE' N- C' HE 2-6849 40I CumberIancI SI. Faye'HevIIIe, N. C. 228 'N Q4.. xr u vf. w .NV .--- ,- I X! f J, . ff J" , - , -', . .f- .4 .L , ,K L" xv .uf - U 1 , ,, w W A a H 'Vim 'if J ' 1 -fr ,f na! :rf 14,41 . U.. 3 . if, j, 6 .2 ,S J va ' I A In H- ,v ' ' if Q, - 1 K 3 V ' , , U V wif. Egg-Avg-wtbxcgi J M495 1 1 5 ,Q . xf ,xxx A .Hx K, I "'..Af. f,1'f f gk '--Q , A -av 4. - Q '44 f'X-,X 6 A I A Ma J- V1 , ' . x HOWARD 8. WHITAKER'S fi 1 Men's Shop J"H -4 4 -H . RTX ff Q f H .ff ' X 'fly z i3"XQ if 4' if-My . . . 3511 ,- aka I. ,H Q, 1 ' 1 .,', "', E .GEDR x?l'EH nvifs. . .. RR mc.. ",.""A , "21 'of 'A ,,,, E -' E fi . - pi f .e ,E , fn'- ,, Q -,,..,.. Q VWA.- - is E T ji' " ' 3,.A.,,,,., - ....E..,.,.,,- GEORGE PURVIS MOTORS, INC. Comei'-Lincoln Con+inen+al- . + INSURANCE "The Pilof +0 Pro+ec+ion" A. C. PARKER, C.L.U. O. Box 3686 I333 Morganfon Road , X Pizza a+ !I+s fBes+ THE PlzzA PQALACE Mercury SpagheH'i-Lasagne- 539 Bragg Blvd' Ravioli-Shrimp TELEPHONE HE 3-3Il4 'NAL HU 5-333' I204 Bragg Blvd. Fayeffeville, N. C. K, ik' syvll 17, , J L ,L ff ,QL ,Jn ,jx Q-L A LIE KL 1' 'M 1-ff- A .E . H MEM HJWWW .E sz A 'W , Q, Y-1, vk,k,4,f.,A f - R 3 4 X, Y 'X N A I ,Lf H Ali: 'Y Epi- LQ.. OJ, L- Qu U- ,, 1, LYVC-gyfhffg-1x1'L,X,1 E ' IP 'UN' W f S74 K 4 , . . cD'kquJcL.L,- ia-LA-4.73411 C 14-epf.4Z,4lv-Q fgfvfffff I -r 'C 4 ' - f !1'Uf?,viP f iffy! Of agp f 9061? my D V -R! 0176. l72G75g,f,rf?2, mf C,r,,pg3Q fn Ldfrn! gg W Rf 'ff fwf fwffjfi fl gif? f'ff'-k If? f ff If ki' mf, 1 , LJ, LD i Cbfiixnxlgyf. fl! 01? H-3 .45 oak! 230 lfLELL2iQfECV DIAMONDS SILVER CHINA S+erIing WATCHES CRYSTAL J EWELRY Jewelers x QP Now! The New Rome s I gi, , by for Flnest Jewelry Ai ,yt SiIversmi'I'hs My rj Brand Names Award Winner W 01 V I4 FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. M I fl M zu HAY STREET HE 2-5I74 MT I ,I If I5 II' ' - DES R8zW AUTO SALES l 2I0 Bragg Blvd. 7. ' "wa: ALWAYS F RST QUAL TY Corner Hay and PiH'man SI'reeIs SS, ' -75. I 111 ' I FIRST CITIZENS " I l BANK S. TRUST co. Qu - I 33. Rx I N. .vx ,I Pl I- S I I , K4 YJ? f" JIVIAI "Try I 9.4 I 'I II I, :I Q 5 X f .XJ Q5 II .J Q N MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Five Offices in FayeH'eviIIe To Serve Your Needs HAYMONT LIBERTY POINT HIGHLAND BRAGG BLVD. GREEN STREET , I --LLI f I x II' Q 'I I III I- I, . I- I' I- - ,A , I N F 'AA 1, ,II I! ,LI , W L Cong A ,AIJIIELAJB lk IQLIH-X. IVL4 ,YLQJXVIIIIX KMLXA .V Img-LL EW-I I-T7 I I' L' I7 'A' IS GI-Q24 A-Q , ,L--E -.Tv ' S LIKE, IH, ,I Q no S1 I,I,IE,L,.I, Q, , Ill I I!-C,I,1I QL I I I ' XXII N f H . I I - 1 , IX , I .A T V-M42-fe QL wwe IkCpmpIe1'e BanIcIngE Servlce IHXLIKL IS.. I-I.1.L, , ,IIW5 I -I , I, K QL'-- . T", I,f,,L-.LL EL I, ,LIL-' 'Q-fLL'QLQ-.EV QILLL SL f5YDM1L'gEYLi Lg LQ 94 -- I I ' I1 - - I MI' '. I I I I , if-"IPL-X, ELIELS, ,yr n ,M IAJM ,IgV1g!kiL .I I Y Iwgkl LY tx lgy Lux, lg X QXKVL X A LVL,k Q L Ixf, ak ' I I I I I . I' I I , S ' f I I -- I ' S -LI, I 21' 'If-I u1,ISI-LI.,I,,II SEI --SETI we Il I 4 I IIMLI 'eu WL Ixlg I I I1 .I Y I I! ' ' A ' Tx- I g,IA-,Nw IXLTIJ'-J, LJ I I ' ft-I fx Lk VI-K I dl' I . L ,QI S X Lf J-VI,'-,I 'IJ 'vI-S R, II' I I I I+ Pays Io Sh p REAVES ROSES 5-I0-25C STORE DRUG S-I-CRE EUTAW VILLAGE EUTAW VILLAGE F+. Bragg Boulevard Soda Foun'rain, Presc p+ Bragg Bouleva d FAYETTEVILLE, N C LEON SUGAR'S MEN'S SHOP PLAYMATE A CompIe'Ie Selecfion of TradiI'ionaI CIo+I'1ing ancI l20 I'I6Y SI' GI' Sporfswear 'For HIM Faye-H-eville N C SHOPPE DIAL HE 3'I I58 A Pari' of 'rhe "Fine CoIIec'Iion of Ladies' Ivy Spor'I'swear" in 'l'I1e PIaymaI'e Shoppe for HER Agen'r for AIIiecI n W- L- SMITH M. M. SMITH SUPPLY COMPANY STORAGE WAREHOUSE I25 Drake S'rree+ '09 Broadfm-,+ A HE 2-4I93 FayeHeviIIe DIAL HU 4-5l3I TYNDALL'S JEWELERS, INC. 4I3 HAY STREET "Noi iusl' any diamonds. buf Prism-Li+e, IOOOXO fully polished diamonds." BOB TYNDALL WALLY HINKAMP A EQALLQ . wWxmeMwe V,,,,Q,cf..QX U-N -5 I I 1 ,X QJQJNA ,QQ . ,jofbxm-, we which N . OLM-S qf,.4.Q5A-on .9 ik' if ,V f -L T 'WN vp, l , J j 'WX UWT J-r wb ff . . , N MA vm :ELK QQ, L1 Wi, 0' Wil 9 X, W-Miwvxrg, CSN-QMv lf il A fl T' L nf ewfff wie AWWA K 3 AJ nflyill ,Wg NL' . . -Nix-c-EQ, cr., -ZLAADMA. E2-fdlk-Jjvx 'D f Q up 9 !iBesJ-1J'l'.is+eninglf xi wok UVUQVDWHQ iffy -QV 'Ob"'?3' 'V' N ,fl AN, J TP br ,XI Q UNL, , he .ooo -Q Q-f me-L1 ego V D! J fi f TX X 1 Dj aww waYSkl5 4 N .bl as Mk K V. L K-Vg 'GJWL,wLJ3f,L,.g,.3jo W ii' MWQQX W pf S ESE' "' R ' 044270 Hay heel' 5 A Lwwwws WMWWMMMWM if LD miami T Li ,, T QM FAYEUEVILLE L T V V" I23O on Your Dial 'Ml ' w'T'6'tOJ4'W"N'LQ'e"""Z' ply jd A U-77 gil ibm ,Q,cA?.Q- N. C. X T' 'f fx x yy 9 Ami 1 Di3!q,fCN"cb Xjwivlffn, XJXPYDJ Q W ll is Un T XM m.JvX-L l' Ll C X! X-Jffkg RUSS-RIDDLE ii'o 9.14 , W ,r I l a, -A , my 'sv is-A A A -f--- U A 4.4 Real Es+a+e I325 Morgan+on Road Faye'H'eville HU 4-2l06 234 STEWART OLDSMOBTL we ii .JN T ' fibiyx l , WLT uf 4 . xlkbd T N Af CAD mv' X5-j-:J K , ! ll DWL.j:70T, MT .VPU ff 5, dk .+ ,U H Xiu L T, ,, E 95' , , L, , Ny f if l it We D QQ SSE LL' Y sal If A TOWN E BEAUTY SALON A 2l7-2l8 Grace PiH'man Bldg. DIAL HE 2-6057 Qt I , ,,Q,.,,-J-Q,v.,Ulfc..o,lU I . f u . W 4'5- 'V 1,2 Q-1: V , Q el fl I . ' . . 5, - : . Q L , 'x "-Q '5 if 1 1-15.08 1 A '-'QYP1--1 4 - . A I , gui? , - 2- ,J GQ .1 4 " 1 . gs fuk 1 f I ,, , uv fkff " ' "wmv E.. J. i - fi?" ' 11 Y- 311. ff iagxtj! A ' I . 1 , V O . - Q Q2-gm, "M , 'Q-1 r v 8 tri I v zs. . ,K we Q "5 Q . K.. y'-Q.. 33 TART'S TV 81 APPLIANCE COMPANY 4026 Bragg Boulevard FayeHevilIe, N. C. yr P X! LL NIJ ,xv A K!-A vvxrrvl Y, 3 J T! D. K. TAYLOR .125 X yay, j A, , f ' xff 2 X QQIL,'GOM?PANX, INC. , 'L t' X 4x uf rv ' 'Am ,QT . J., rg K W gf ,Q , N fb IM I an W, . J, '41 ,a J i L-J 4.1 'XVf"XS1,f'AlWEyiS 71 V, 'XIX X gi, Arn ,,'XD6PE!"ldBbIB wg on Hear Service ' J-XV Wa+eH5xADo?Y Pj- ' Ih- V ' Av '.' - ' , 1. X 1 . ' , " 'I V "' ' ' , L , Q . P I X .1 f xv ' x X A -M, A 'Carrier Air Conclifioners J 1 Q X, ' " C va ,X 1 K X. xX Av. A AHE 3-3106 202 Cumberland S+. FayeH'eville, N. C. 'D OCQKQ W ' PH eww if Xi Ye P PQ TS PEI-Il .N Q10 ' ?Q'iN?3flj'f gf- H ,D as we P321 un 'Y ' by P2 23: Gif fb A A may wx PQ 2I4 Hay S+ree1' FayeH'eviIle HE 3-OI 36 851. -X . I KX.' . - ,. '4 A . , .-L, X ' J 'Ummm Q Slenographic Course Secrela rial Course . Junior Accounfing Course Speeclwrlhng SI1orI'I1ancl an 'E' 'wgv-:gy ., ,- Y 4 x xiii., . tv 'R-I.: T v I. - ,V ff ik rf-wr A,-wxrf .,e """'Z 'fe ' an .q 4 ' . M, -A-L. " . Q, x4.Lm.x mm: ,m.Svff?f3m4ge-ag,-1 gf! WORTH BUSINESS COLLEGE V" 'F' 1 I - f . I , I ef. ,.,I U , I ., I , -f'.IIN,L . , I I ffqI!Ll 1"'I lf I' IRI- w- Ill I l L I II II I ' I I I ,,I'w SUNNYSIDE Floral Nursery Flowers Wired Anywhere "Say II wllh flowers' I WM., r SWAIN FURNITURE LAMB STREET HU 4-4106 "EveryII1ing lor a Lovely Home" 325 I BRAGG BLVD. 237 KQQSLMS, N fHARDEE'SI"JET SERVlCE" DRIVE-IN g Qaida, H O-Q, bhfwx jig-pb Ql.-SQAGG BOULEVARD RAEFORD ROAD A " .X ' V '3m 'xY3-i i swims: a,as9YfW A QLQQ39' QS' fy aye++eville's Newesl Ealing Eslablishmenf 5922 l'lARDEE'S MANUFACTURERS OF .H B Tables B A A H Bookcases I f I f Magazirle Racks - zli l i l F I I A . ii - Record Cablnefs FURNITURE COMPANY 1 FAYETTEVILLE, N. C Whafnors On +he lasl fwo hundred and +hir+y-eighi' pages, you have ob- served, in lhe space of a shor'r +ime, one F. H. S. To fhe purpose of helping you +o come, we on rhe LaFAMAC s+aff have been and encouragemenl' of fhose who adverfise been wifhoui' +he backing if needs. Therefore 'rhey have us. 238 whole year in +he life of relive 'I'his year in +ime +0 dedicafed. Wilhouf +he aid here, our work would have , we ask you +o aid +hem as BOB PAGE Business Manager Q..q.cuu QM, M QM M W 44011-L6 -'fi '7'Sf""- , HILL was B5 f"6'U1""'W'U:M cd g,,,,Q Mn., LQ., Ffh-3 VZACQZZZ ELZZQZWW QM ,. ,if Qxvfiv' -45 .- ' Gu. Vl ,5'?ff if 'df Gm! L'-QM -aw V All fx x"',g,.p,, J .. W bf' fhfg' , M 'Q W W M f Mr," , , ,,fgi 3-y., ,.fxs,f,M4., cjfeaf'-fl M C021 ,JbLA' 1--f f-ff ,j'y' U J - iMLM,,p ,m,s 1, ,P fe: ,QM-ffp-fn Lf f--MV 'f Amwtle, 7 . . V HA-P W-Lrkyf Mmm aA M J' -LV" ' I UU 1 . Xf J-LU, cj tI4M,.LiQ+'4'-D135 "J au' fffwo my mfg? ' D gwfdf-7' W M w M W 'jx MQ Hi wig 5 Cumbefland' County Pubifc Library' FayetteviHe, North Carolina x' :B E 'F wif' .XL . A -' JM. 1 Q A' F


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