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

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DONATED BY ALAN BROADWELL MAY 2003 JlAjl xJu- iuix ( t(X oJito -aj -s JCJu- L. 2 xLod ' fio u_ C Ju CunUiL hJu aJ iJAx-CL jtb ‘Ky dnA JcL ' ca-lt JZ - jdUX ILB ' -UJ USt (_JjO Lxl ■o J XJ JL Jjix i r ukJu - UAA U-cu ClA yc4. a£ LdUA czz Xv lX t Jj aX ioiXX a. iu L- X-Z ,j UcL- A-i T " ' Zhc CdMmac Volume 44 1965 Fayetteville Senior Migh Sekool Fayetteville. J ortk Carolina Carol Attn McMamy. Editor Sherry Slover, Asst Editor Zommy Cottingham. business Manager Zimc and Place Jor S very thing . . . CUMBERLAND COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY INFORMATION CENTER HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY 300 MAIDEN LANE FAYETTEVILLE NC 28301-5000 ' foreword The pages within this, the 1965 LaFamac, tell a story. They serve as a history of the past year at Fayetteville Sen- ior High School — a year crowded with action and ex- citement, a school crowded with over 1900 endlessly busy students. It is here that we have found the moments to gather together in cluiters and crowds ... the minutes to plan together projects and parties , . , the hours to spend together i in a special class where we I do not count the minutes . , . ■ the season to thrill together to ■ the thunder of our band on the B football field ... a year to - share together in work and play, joy and tears, victory and defeat ... a year in which we have learned , Ccaders of • i Our Zime Om Outstanding Ccader A teacher who has shown us how to use Time wholly, not selectively; wisely, not carelessly. For over a decade he has been an exemplary model to his teams and classes, and his magnetic personality has aroused our enthusiasm for our school. For his well-rounded use of Time, we, the Senior Class of 1965, do dedi- cate this LaFamac to Coach K. S. (Muddy) jCuper Zo Sajoy . . . Oh Our Own Zime Zo Zake . . . 15 Zime Out for Sports tmmgm VWvWW ' WaVAV vs V ’‘ ' V!ffA ViA!NWAW( • iV -• SVAWAW • jV vV ■•» % % ' ?• .vvvv»vvv« ' • .4 ■ ' V •■ V. ;. ‘ A ' -j Om Zime During this year, we have, as sophomores, learned to adjust; as jun- iors, gained prestige; and as seniors, looked hack thoughtfully and gazed ahead hopefully. We, the 1965 LaFamac Staff, hope that you have found time this year to enrich your lives by joining in the many activities afforded you, and that you have made 1965 at Fayetteville Senior High Schol the time and place for everything. 19 Uo “ 7 ‘ WmistratioH Jcul ' U Ar J l (Y Q ' n ’y - AljfAu- ' 3z yiy , eyL - C ' - ' dyL - A v-f-- ’ ' - ' 1 ' AcA- £ A p -rr U%C-yytyi Y y pAcv ' - - , f ' 5 " ' ' ' U , ■ ' 2-a- ' . i (7 Classes- Mvertisements 20 Contents — page 22 page 50 page 90 page 146 page ISO— —page 274 ;. ' V‘ », ■; ' :S ' ' ■ ' . i; School Board M cts Cocal J ccds aai . ' ,. ' ea aaaa aafiiN. . » ' ABar.v.jiB Br " 5B vK — TSiaar ta V .. iS " ar.‘i3S Ja. " g M ' S ■■ isy aBBBB a a " a a .4i -.«%■ " a ■ ■ 4; X " " ■ a a " - S- " « " ■■■■ " . m Sa B s. a-s BaS i Brl!” sl’Ms ' :! f • iirar •siliB ’■■ri’ir -a ' f V LfcBaaaaa J nB |a a p ajT J Mi raJr yS B B j|K ■ r-gx mmW 4 i f V A H ■ ■ _■ m a b " . It ' w . .4 m .■ ■ ■ — ]Sp ■ ■ P nr Noted for their high scholastic achievements, the Fayetteville schools are among the top schools in North Carolina. Fayetteville is able to maintain its high stand- ards because of the unselfish dedication of the mem- bers of the school board who serve without pay. On them falls the responsibility of governing the Fayette- ville school system. This policy-making body is the de- Mr. Allie Atkinson Mr. Herman L. Bishop Mr. Rupert E. Bullard Mrs. Dan S. Currie, Jr. Mr. Neill A. Currie, Jr. Dr. John M. Harry Mr. J. Harvey Oliver, Jr. ciding factor in the approval of curriculums, the em- ployment of more personnel, and the choosing of new school sites for Fayetteville’s constantly expanding edu- cational program. They must be capable of recognizing needs and making decisions that keep our schools in competition with the best. Mr. C. Reid Ross, Superintendent Mr. L. L. Rouse Mrs. Harry Stein Mr. J. Mel Thompson, Chairman Mr. James R. Warner Mr. Luther B. Black (not pictured) 24 d Keid Koss Js SupemtmdeHt Just as the success of the country depends largely upon the quality and ideals of its leader, the effective- ness of a school system hinges on the caliber of its superintendent. We, at Fayetteville Senior High School, credit the smooth organization of our city’s system to Mr. C. Reid Ross. Since 1951, when Mr. Ross came to Fayetteville to assume his role as superintendent, he has made numer- ous friends here. Among these are the students of F.H.S. Mr. Ross has many times interrupted his busy schedule to attend F.H.S. assemblies, aw ' ards programs, and graduations. We are grateful to Mr. Ross both for the fine job he is doing for our school system and for the needed encouragement he is always willing to offer to F.H.S. 25 Mmimstmtii e Aids DR. WILLARD SWIERS— Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Instruction MR. JAMES CARRUTH — Director of Visual Aids and Attendance MR. ZOLLY L. BOWDEN— Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Business 26 Sem faithfully Left to right: Mrs. Frances Boney, Mrs. Margaret H. Miller, Mrs. Florence G. Cook, Mrs. Janice Knight, Miss Elizabeth McQueen, and Mrs. Bernice P. Sullivan. Left to right: Mrs. Isabel B. Ratledge, Mrs. Nell Bullard, Mrs. Beulah Weeks, Mrs. Grace McLamb, and Mrs. Lena Belle Parsons. Left to right: Mr. D. C. Jackson, Maintenance; Mrs. Nina Corbett, Cafeteria; Mr. Carroll Powell, Library; Mrs. Floyd B. Souders, Tnstructional Supplies. 27 Sasser Meads Sekool To preserve achievements and experiences is im- and the future as too slow in coming! More effort portant, but more significant is the wise and profitable use of the priceless asset — time. The great Rousseau once said, “All that time is lost which might be better employed.” — Students, ' often find the present painful as a time for learning respect for authority, for mas- tery of fundamental facts, for the development of high and noble ideals, and for the building of the traits of character and citizenship. How better can one spend the days of his youth ! Students often recall the past as too rapid in flight should be spent in using the brief present to the end that the future may be rich and full and rewarding! This annual is destined to be great in time because of the diligence of its sponsor and staff who have captured the thrills of honors and activities of those ’•’ho now call themselves students. John T. Sasser Principal 28 Secretaries Undispensable to Sekoot MRS. MIRIAM CARTER Collecting all student fees and handling the funds of all thb organizations at F.H.S. is on|y a small part of Mrs. Carter’s job as school treasurer. She keeps an accurate record of all bills and trans- icts many of the business matters of the school. MRS. ANNETTE McELWEE Constantly busy on the telephone, typing letters, or taking dicta- tion, Mrs. McElwee efficiently carries out many of the school’s busi- ness matters. She is Mr. Sasser’s personal secretary and is always ready to aid him in his work. 29 MRS. SARA BULLARD There is never a time when someone, faculty or student, is ot seeking the services of Mrs. Bullard. Indispensable as clinic lecretary, Mrs. Bullard always finds the time, after checking jhe attendance cards of fifty-five homerooms, to call and in- uire about those students who are ill. MRS. ANNE WILKINS A school as large as F.H.S. could never function without the serv- ices of its registrar, Mrs. Wilkins. She works closely with each new student, acquainting him with class and lunch schedules, library privileges, and various school services, as well as handling all stu- dent information folders. 1 Deans A ivise, Admonisk Administer Mt- Percy lA- Warren and Miss Mdeis Moore Being a dean requires many divers qualities: patience, understanding, a sense of humor, and above all, a strong and never-faltering will. It is, perhaps, the most difficult job to do well and still re- tain the confidence of an impressionable high school student. A dean is compen- sated only with the knowledge and hope that he has shown some student a better and wiser alternative. Our competent deans. Miss Marie Moore and Mr. Percy Warren, perform a wide variety of duties. During the school day one can walk by the deans’ office and see them in conference with teachers, parents, and students concerning such problems as discipline, school policy, and attendance. They help students untangle their problems and learn to fit more smoothly into life at F.H.S. Miss Moore is guardian of the attendance reports, while Mr. Warren serves as mentor of the seventh period de- tention hall. Tine A ts Sncourages Cmtivity Those who study fine arts at Fayetteville Senior High School have a unique opportunity — an opportunity to look into the myriad, changing world of art, music, and drama. They see, as they learn, something of the wonder and vastness of man’s ability to create beauty. And, of perhaps greater significance, they realize the creative potential of their own mind. MRS. INEZ BROOKS George Peabody College, B.S.; Art I, II, III MRS. ELEANOR SAFRAN U.N.C., A.B.; Drama, Journalism MR. FORREST RAY Westminster, B.M.; Mixed Chorus, Senior High Singers, Music Appreciation MR. WILLIAM ADCOX U.N.C., A.B., M.E.; Band I, II, III, Music Theory and Orchestra 31 Mrs. Carruth, chairman of the English department, and Miss Hesketh admire some of the senior English projects. MISS CAROLINE SWAIM East Carolina College, B.S.; English II, III MISS SANDRA HESKETH U.N.C.— G., B.A.; English H, IV MR. STEPHEN HOUSTON Oklahoma City University, B.A.; U.N.C, M.E.; English H, HI MISS MARIE MOORE East Carolina College B.S.; English H Dean of Girls i 32 MRS. BETTY HERRING Greensboro College, A.B.; English II, IV MRS. LACYE OWEN East Carolina College, B.S., M.A.; English III, IV .MRS. JANE SCHWARZ U.N.C.— G., A.B.; English III, IV 9.M.S. SHglish Program Prepares for College Work Although English is a basic course of study necessary to the curriculum of all students at F.H.S., the department of English strives to accomplish more than fundamental study. It seeks to help the student to be proficient in using his language, to show him the forme it has assumed in its evolution, and to help him to learn to express his thoughts with words. The three year English program is aimed at preparing students for col- lege work. Sophomores study basic grammar and writing skills and learn appreciation of various literary forms. The junior year program stresses vo- cabulary study, composition, and ac- quaintance with American literature. Seniors review grammar, write many themes, and make extensive study in English literature. As the culmination of the three year study, a term paper is required of all seniors for gradua- tion. Elective courses are offered to per- sons wishing to specialize in journalism or speech. Journalism classes learn ac- curate reporting and practical applica- tion of writing talent by publishing a monthly newspaper, THE BULLDOG. I MRS. DOROTHY CARRUTH Duke University, B.A.; Chairman of English Dept., English III, Creative Writing .MRS. BLANCHE HODUL Meredith College, A.B. ; English IV, U..S. History MRS. RUTH STAPLETON Assoc, in English, Methodist College, A.B.; English II, III 33 MRS. HIKI) BALDWIN U.N.C,. A.B.; English IV MR. JOHN HEDGEPETH East Carolina College, B.S. ; English H, III MR. WOFFORD THOMAS U.N.C., A.B.; English II, III ‘I ought to have a nice hiilletin hoard for parent-teacher conferences, shouldn’t I?” MISS EMMA LEE DA S East Carolina College, A.B.; S tson Uni- versity, M.A.; English IV, Advanced Comfsition MISS CAROLYN WHITE MRS. IRIS THOMAS Assoc, in English, U.N.C.— G., A.R.. U.N.C. B.A.- U.N.C. M.A.T.; English 11, IV English H, III MRS. SUSAN PLEAANT Salem College, B..; English III, I 34 Program Js CompreheHsive Graps. ellipses, sums, digits, points, probability! These artthe epithets that fill the vocabulary of the math student, ds tools are the compass, the protractor, and the slide ule. His habitat is the world of science and imaginatin, and his goal is the stars. The lathematics department at F.H.S. offers some- thing for everyone. Practical general math courses are provided to prepare the student to deal successfully with problems in everyday life. A full three year program of geometry, algebra, and trigonometry is available to the prospective college student. For the more diligent scholar, programmed learning courses allow work at a more ac- celerated speed. MRS, IARY H. GROOM LN.C.— G.; A.B.; Algebra IlContemporary Geometry Mrs. Simmerman, chairman of the math department, discusses progress ot programmed learning students, with Mr. Smith, Mrs. Rowell, and Mrs. Thornton. MRS. JUITH DAMEWOOD Idaho Stai University, B.S. ; Algebra I, Cctemporary Geometry MRS. SUSAN DAVENPORT Converse College, B.A.; Algebra I, II, General Math I, II MRS. SUSAN ELKINS Catawba College, B.A.; Algebra I, II 35 MRS. DANA GAROUTTE Texas Technological College, B.S.; Algebra II, Contemporary Geometry MRS. PATRICIA GARROW Meredith College, B.A., U.N.C., M.A.T. ; Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra MR. CHARLES H. LINCOLN Assoc, in Math, U.N.C., B.S.; Contemporary Geometry MRS. SHIRLEY LEE PAUL Meredith College, A.B. ; Algebra II MRS. JANIE SIMMERMAN Hollins College, A.B.; Chairman of Math Dept., Algebra II “Your graph should look something like this one that I have drawn on the board.” MRS. MARGARET ANN ROWELL Catawba College, A.B.; General Math MR. EUGENE SMITH University of New Hampshire, B.S. and M.S. ; Mechanical Drawing, Contemporary Geometry MRS. SARA JANE TACKETT University of Alabama. B.S.; Algebra I, General Math MRS. BETTY THORNTON Miss. .State College for Women, B.S. ; Algebra II, Contemporary Geometry Science iDevelopes Jngenuity ViTiether he is dissecting a frog, making iodine crystals, or determining the coefficient of friction, the science student at Fayetteville Senior High is encouraged to think on his own. This personal ingenuity is stressed in daily study, as well as in the preparation of labs and the planning of special proj- ects. Two years of science, including one year of biology, are required for graduation. One may also choose courses in chemistry, advanced biol- ogy, and physics. HEAVV METALS VIB VIIB, VIIIB SfY ’ Z 2 Iti Ja ' . ' r4 Ri Ri Rar E Earth Me TALs| 1 cf 2 150| ■f ' - 64 111) isr. r 651 : B 159. Of 162. H 1§ ' P? A 9 Am i 2 r96 . . and Aluminum ' is the unlucky element.” MRS. LaLUCE P. WILLIAMS Florida State University, B.S. ; Chairman of Science Dept., Biology MISS BRENDA G. DAY U.N.C. -G., B.A.; Biology, Advanced Biology ] IR. LESTER H. DAVIS Appalachian State Teachers’ College, B.S. ; Biology MR. CHARLES W. MARLOW Appalachian State Teachers’ College, B.S.; Chemistry MR. HENR ri. HODGIN Davidson College, A.B.; Chemistry, Speech MR. PERCY A. WARREN Wake Eorest, B.S.; Physics, Dean of Boys MR. JOHN S. PASCHAL Assoc, in Chemistry; U.N.C., A.B.; Chemistry MR. ROBERT E. FAIRCLOTH Assoc, in Biology; N.C. State, B.S.; Biology MRS. KATHERINE L. McCORMICK U.N.C., B.S.; Chemistry ' Now, Lynn and Kristie, this is the cat’s leg. ' 39 Canguage vepartment Adtis Qeman Mrs. Fifer uses one of tlie department’s films about Spanish customs and culture. “Bonjour,” “Buenos dias,” “Auf Wiedersehen,” “Vale.” These are some of the sounds one might hear at the he ginning or end of a language class at F.H.S. The time in between will be spent conjugating verbs, translating sentences, or possibly singing songs in a foreign language. The language program includes three year courses in French, Spanish, MR. ROBERT CARR J aryville College, B.A.; University of Ten- nessee, M.S.; Spanish II, III MR. LUIS RAUL SainCHEZ UOMEZ University of Havana, Degree at Laws; lA Spanish I, II MRS. SUSAN FIFER Texas Technological College, B.A.; Spanish I, English III MISS PRICILLA KNIGHT Queens College, A.B.; Spanish I, II Course and Latin, with the addition this year of a two year German course. First year students study pronunciation, basic grammar, and fundamental vocabulary. Second and third year programs em- phasize improvement in speaking and comprehension ability, and study in culture and customs. Classroom activi- ties are supplemented by work in the well-equipped language laboratory. MRS. VIVIAN BAUTISTA University of Tennessee, B.A.; Spanish I, II MRS. LOTTIE LEFFLER Columbia Union College, B.A.; German I, II MRS. GERALDINE ALLIGOOD U.N.C.-G., A.B.; Latin II, III MISS BETTY BYASSE Assoc, in Latin, Lindenwood College, B.A. ; Latin I, II MISS BETSY MEADE Assoc, in French, U.N.C., A.B.; French I - “Les gardens jouent au football.” i 41 MRS. WILMA GODWIN Flora McDonald. B.A.; French 11, HI MR. HIRAM V. JENKINS Wake Forest, B.A., U.N.C., M.A.T.; Je Parle Frani ais II Vm Ca " France! MISS MARY J. PERKINS East Carolina College, B.S.; French I, II Mr. Jenkins, who is in charge of the language lab, prepares one of the many tapes for his class. 1 42 Cdbs Conducted in Home Sconomics MISS IRMA HARRIET SCOTT U.N.C.-G., B.S.H.E.; Home Economics H, Family Life Education As a delicious aroma floats through the upper end of the sci- ence wing, students passing know that the home economics girls are hard at work. However, the preparation of meals is only one phase of home economics studies. During a three year course such topics as good grooming, sewing, home improvement, care of chil- dren, and family relations are dis- cussed and studied through prac- tical application. As the girls en- joy applying the principles of do- mestic arts in cooking and sewing labs, they gain valuable experience in homemaking. MRS. CLEO WARREN Greensboro College, A.B.; Home Eco- nomics I, H, Biology MRS. MARY KRULL South Dakota State University, B.S.; Family Life Education, Home EcO ' nomics HI D.8. Students Keceiue Practical Zraining Distributive Education trains the students of today for positions as busi- I ness leaders of tomorrow. Instruction is ‘ given in selling, merchandising, advertis- , ing, buying, display, managerial duties, personnel work, and merchandising I mathematics. Then, students have an op- portunity to apply what they have learned to a job with a business firm. Dividing his time between his academic classes and his job, the student receives credit for his at-school classes in addition to two or three credits for the D.E. program. In this way the future business man or woman can train during high school and be prepared sooner to begin his career 1 in the world of business. MR. THOMAS PRICE University of Miami, A.B. ; Appalachian State Teachers College, B.A.; U.N.C., M.Ed. Distributive Education a History Myuaints the Student Through an extensive study of the people and events which change his world, the social studies department helps the student to understand himself and those with whom he lives. Such courses as geography, government, eco- nomics, sociology, and United States and world history provide a working knowledge of events — past and present — which may be used as building blocks of the future. In addition to regular classes con- ducted by classroom teachers, there are a number of TV history classes. F.H.S. is one of more than 100 high schools involved in this program. The classroom teacher supplements the tele- vised course by conducting class discus- sion and keeping in contact with the TV instructor. irig nSI Mr. Arena, Miss Clifford, department chairman, and Mr. Cotton discuss advantages of the televised history courses. MRS. MARY FRASCHE Guilford College, A.B. ; U.S. History 44 MR. JOHN EVERSON Assoc, in History, U.N.C., A.B.; U.S. History MR. JAY M. ARENA, JR. Assoc, in History, Duke University, A.B.; U.S. History MISS ANNE McArthur High Point College, A.B.; U.S. History, Geography Survey, Govern- ment Survey With Mis World MR. MARTIN THOMAS McKINNON, JR. St. Andrews College, B.A.; U.S. History, Sociology MR. SOLON R. COTTON Duke University, A.B.; World History MR. DON LANDRETH U.N.C., M.E., B.A.; World History, Geography MR. TIMOTHY WOOD U.N.C, A.B.; U.S. History, Government MR. ROBERT B. SMITH East Carolina College, B.S.; U.S. History, Economics, Sociology MISS RACHEL M. CLIFFORD U.N.C. — G., A.B.; Columbia Uni- versity, M.A.; Chairman of Social Studies Department, U.S. History, Government 45 I Student PreparatioH Js “No, this isn’t hieroglyphics!” MR. JAMES A. MASK Appalachian State Teachers College, M.A.; Typing I, Bookkeeping, Com- mercial Economics and Busi- ness Law MRS. MARY DASKAL Flora MacDonald, B.S.; Business Arithmetic, Typing I, Business Information 46 Main Objective Training the future secretary, accountant, and bookkeeper for re- sponsible positions in business is the task of the business education department. In addition to a typ- ing program, which is of use to all students, there are specialized courses in shorthand, business arithmetic, business information, and office practice for those plan- ning commercial careers. A new subject, commercial economics and business law, has been added this year. A special Vocational Office Training program is available each year to some twenty seniors who meet the requirements: completion of a one year typing course and favorable recommendation from his teachers. These students are in- terviewed for jobs during the sum- mer and begin working an average of ten hours per week in the fall. During the morning, the student attends academic classes and re- ceives job-related training. In the afternoon, he works with a busi- ness firm for pay. Through this program, the student not only re- ceives valuable on-the-job exper- ience but also one unit of credit. MRS. DORIS BAKER High Point College, B.S. ; Typing I, II, Shorthand I, Bookkeeping MRS. ANNE MACE Florida State University, B.S. ; Typing I, II, Bookkeeping, Business Information MRS. DOROTHY SASSER Woman’s College, B.S.S.A.; Chairman of Business Dept.; Shorthand, Office Practice, and V.O.T. MRS. JEANNETTE ALEXANDER University of South Carolina, A.B.; Typing I, II, Shorthand I MISS DOROTHY DOWNING Wake Forest, B.A.; Typing I, English H 47 MISS CHRISTINE CHERRY U.N.C.-G., B.S.P.E.; Girls’ Physical Education MR. RAYMOND E. LUPER Duke University, A.B., U.N.C., M.E.; Athletic Director, Advanced P.E. 1 MR. EDGAR L. MANESS East Carolina College, B.S.; Biology, Athletics Physical SducatioH Muilds Tit ness In keeping with the recent stress on physical fitness, all sophomores and juniors are required to participate in an active program of athletic development during the school year. This activity adds to their knowledge of the sports in which they participate and also gives them needed stamina for other school activities. The hoys, under the direction of Coach “Buddy” Luper and five assistants, are led through such sports as football, hasehall, hasketball, track, golf, and tennis. The most in- terested and qualified boys may participate in an advanced physical education program. These boys play on the various school athletic teams. Activities in the girls’ physical education department ! include softball, golf, basketball, tennis, archery, volleyball, and ping pong. Those girls who desire may participate in intramural contests and may also join the G.A.A. In this i organization they further develop their skills in various : sports and often go bowling, an activity not offered during i a regular class. MR. JACK McGINLEY U.N.C., M.E., Wake Forest, B.S.; Biology, Athletics MR. McKlNLEY F. HALL Pembroke State College, B.S.; Physical Education, Economics, Sociology MR. ROBERT D. NORTON Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S.; Physical Education 48 Old, Overdue ooks Coneern Staff MRS. MABEL SURLES MRS. MONA POWELL East Carolina College, B.S.; East Carolina College, B.S. ; Librarian U.N.C., M.E. ; Librarian The library is a haven — a haven for those who want to study or search for knowledge; a haven for those who want to enjoy a trip into space, ride a horse, or search for adventure by reading a book. The library is an essential part of any school, and F.H.S. is proud to have one of the best. With the addition this year of al- most 7,000 books, the library can boast a total of approximately 14,800 books. It has a complete magazine section with periodicals dating back for five years. Equipped with a large supply of reference books, the library helps students with such problems as term papers. Plans are now being made to add recreational music facilities in the near fu- ture. Quidauee Suhanees Opportunities MR. JUNIUS L. CAPEHART East Carolina ' College, B.S., M.A. ; Guidance Counselor Our guidance depart- ment works individually with students in planning schedules, giving voca- tional and college en- trance advice, and provid- ing scholarship informa- tion. As a result of the ef- ficient efforts of the de- partment, sixty per cent of F.H.S. graduates enroll in college. Members of the staff have become friends to the students, giving ad- vice on personal problems and helping them to make the most of their educa- tion. Without this guid- ance, many students would be lost in planning for the future. MRS. ETHELYN M. LIVERMORE East Carolina College, M.A. ; Pembroke College, B.S.; Guidance Counselor 49 ?.}{.$. Celebrates 1964 Momecoming I I 1 I I “All right, you people, get those cars on the road! Let’s move it!” With these formidable words, Mr. ' Warren signaled the start of the traditional cav- alcade preceding the Homecoming foot- hall game at FHS on Friday, Novem- ber 6. Brightly decorated cars, often rep- resenting various clubs and organiza- tions, swiftly formed the cavalcade which made its way through the town. The night of November 6 brought throngs of excited students and former alumni to witness the battle between the Raleigh Caps and the Fayetteville Bull- dogs. The crowd quickly filled the sta- dium and were soon cheering their team to victory. By half-time, Fayetteville was ahead 14 to 13. Now the long awaited half-time activities began. The FHS band march- ed smartly onto the field, playing “March of the Olympians,” and then formed an American Beauty Rose in which the Homecoming Queen would be crowned. Twenty-two sponsors, representing the senior members of the football team, took their places on the field, and tension climbed to a peak as the queen was named. Before an exuberant crowd of spectators, Miss Janice Owenby was crowned Queen of Homecoming by last year’s queen. Miss Pam Zollars. Major- ettes then performed with fire batons and the Scottish Dancers danced in the queen’s honor. Fayetteville went on to deteat the Caps by a score of 33 to 20. Their victory was the perfect complement to another won- derful Homecoming for Fayetteville Sen- ior High School. 53 I Miss auiee Oweuby Momecoming Queen 54 Momecoming Court CAROLINE NORMAN sponsored by JOHNNY LANIUS MACKIE McDANIEL sponsored by EDDIE MARTIN PAM BELT sponsored by JOHN HORNADAY CAROL ORCHEL sponsored by MIKE DEY “Fayetteville will shine to- night” seemed an appropriate way to describe the night of the Home- coming bonfire, which was held November 5, the night before the Bulldogs played Raleigh. Lighting the faces of many happy FHS stu- dents, the glow from the fire in- spired the traditional spirit and extra excitement that always ac- companies Homecoming. With the help of the band, the cheerleaders led the crowd in victory songs and in a final gesture of triumph, threw a Raleigh “Cap” into the fire. KRISTINE ALLEN sponsored by CHRIS BLACKMON LINDA McCOLLUM sponsored by CHARLES VICKERS 56 Cheerleaders lead the students in the bunny hop as the band provides the beat. KATHY MADISON sponsored by GARY JOHNSON PHYLLIS COLE sponsored by DON RUNKLE JANE RICKETTS sponsored by JOHN TOMLINSON CAROLYN JONES sponsored by BOONE BARTHOLOMEES DENISE JONES sponsored by STEVE BOOTH JUDY MOORE sponsored by BILLY HIGHSMITH I Pam Zollars, last year’s queen, crowns the new 1964 Homecoming Queen, Miss Janice Owenby. 58 PAT MARTIN sponsored by JIM LATTIMORE PATTY BALLINT sponsored by KEITT DARBY GLORIA McKNIGHT sponsored by STEVE LEONARD Mike Dey, left end for the Bulldogs, skillful- ly dodges two Broughton tacklers as he sweeps down the field for a gain in Fayetteville yardage. The Bulldogs fought a hard game to successfully outplay the Caps by a score of 33 to 20. VICKI HUTCHESON sponsored by JIM BARDIS Couples enjoy the dance given by the Student Council after the Homecoming football game. 59 I Awards 1961 Dare You Books Commercial Au ard Choral Music Award Senior High Band Awards: Service Medal Senior Leadership Medal Senior Service Medal National Arion Foundation Medal Key Club Aivards: Sandy Nininger Aivard D.A.R. History Award A. M. Myrover Mathematics Award Katherine Vardell Williamson Cup The Louise Black Scholastic Aivard Stedrnan Essays: Junior Essay Award Senior Essay Award American Legion Auxiliary Cup D.A.R. Citizenship Awards: Good Citizenship (Sophomore) Good Gitizenship Pilgrim Award (Junior) Saluttitorian Cup Valedictorian Cup Sportsmanship Aivard Most Valuable Athlete Award Courtesy Cup Civitan Good Citizenship Award Home Economics Award B’nai B’rith Scholarship Lions Club Scholarship Classroom Teachers Scholarship Leon Eleishman Memorial Award Key Club Scholarship Honor Society Scholarship Student Council Scholarship . . . , Service Cup Challenge Cup Bookkeeping Award North Carolina Academic Contests . . Science .4 ward Bausch and Lomb Award Bible and Life Award Girls’ Sportsmanship .hoard F.H.A. Scholarship .Award . . . Linda Gail Whitehead Patricia Ann Hurdle Anne Barbee Barbara Simmons Tommy Steele Jimmy G. Fisher George Carter Jeff Ishee Beverly Green . . . . Robert W. King, Jr. Tommy Hunt Frank Rezeli Richard Lawrence Evans Wendolyn Evans-Smith Jay Warner Hooper Hall Billy Blair Beverly Giles Patrick Neil Ellis . . Frank George Rezeli Hooper Hall Tommy Bradford Janine Johnston Walter Greene . . . Michelle Christman Charles Yates Joye Creech Brenda Shearon . . Margaret Jane Mertz Thomas Kirby . . . Gwendolyn Supulski Joye Creech Sue Parker Patrick Neil Ellis Mary Jo Brown Doug Meares William Hirst . John Alexander Dixon . John Alexander Dixon . . William C. Timperley Roberta Collins Judy Parnell 60 of 1965 M iss Carolyn Moisky I Contestants in the judges. the Miss FHS Contest await the moment when their numbers will be called and they will walk out onto the stage before The applause died down, the lights went out, a piano sounded softly in the background, and the announcer took his place behind the rostrum. “Contes- tant number one, sponsored by . . .”, and thus the 1964 Miss FHS Contest be- gan. One by one, each of the 286 con- testants, smiling radiantly and holding their heads high, walked onto a brightly decorated stage. “MISS FHS”, spelled out in gold letters on the curtains, sug- gested the regal accent of the decora- tions. Shining crystalline chandeliers il- luminated a queenly throne, outlined in gold and resting on a platform surround- ed by tall green palms. This annual event is sponsored by the Junior Class in order to raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. Aided by Miss Christine Cherry and Mrs. Wilma Godwin, the juniors worked successfully on all phases of the contest: soliciting for ads, appointing judges, selecting entertainment, and decorating the stage. J J igkt of Smtement and oy ,,, -- ‘ - ■-■■ As Miss FHS, Carolyn Boisky exemplifies the ideal of poise, grace, and beauty. Here she is crowned by Jo Thompson, last year’s Miss FHS. Caroline Norman, as Miss Congeniality, accepts congratula- tions from Bo Massingale. Presenting the weary overseer of a night of frustra- tion, confusion and joy: Mr. Percy Warren, resting in the most convenient spot available. , « Miss Debby Hutaff — 1st Runner Up Miss Kay Godwin — 2nd Runner Up After two nights of competition, seventy-two giif remained in the Miss FHS Contest. On the final nigh air the finalists voted for Miss Congeniality, a contej tant who had shown friendliness, helpfulness, and congenial attitude toward her fellow contestants durii 64 Miss Lynn Boone — 4th Runner Up ie contest. The judges chose a court of five seniors and ie sophomore. The new Miss FHS, Miss Carolyn Jean pisky, a senior, was crowned by Miss FHS of 1964, jiss Jo Thompson. I Miss Pat Yarborough — 5th Runner Up Miss Marion Richardson — 6th Runner Up 65 d Mindy Hardin goes after her man, Terry Lindvall. Sadie Mawkins Arrives Mr. Carr, Marryin’ Sam, ties tlie matrimonial knot for anollier couple, Mary Rowe and Miguel Cahezas. “Fourteen girls have asked me already,” bragged one blond-headed FHS senior. “This is the night Fve been waiting for,” said another boy. “I plan to get taken to the swankiest restaurant in town and order everything from caviar to baked alaska.” Cer- tainly all the boys wait eagerly for the Sadie Hawkins’ Dance each year. On this night gals grab their favorite guys and take them out for a night on the town. Before the dance the local restaurants roll out their red carpets for the Daisy Maes and Li’l Ahners. The dec- orations at the dance complete the atmosphere of Dogpatch, U.S.A., with cornstalks, can- dle-dripped bottles, a pot-bel- lied stove, and even a home- made outhouse. Marryin’ Sam is present to marry those younguns who want to get hitched. Mary Muyvilic smiles at date, Wayne Mcaut. 67 d Moments Zhe junior- Senior Prom Beneath graceful boughs of moss atop pink crepe- paper trees, couples danced away the night of the 1964 Junior-Senior Prom, which was held in the Student Un- ion Building of Methodist College. B lue and red stream- ers over white picket fences formed the bandstand in which J. Turbeville and his band performed. Midway in the dance, officers of the Student Council, members of the Steering Committee and their dates formed the figure, a wishing well, which carried out the theme of “Magic Moments.” Finally a beaming Alan Pittman and Jeanne McLeod were crowned king and queen of the Prom, and ascended a swinging throne bedecked in flowers and ' ivy. Waiters and waitresses for the Junior-Senior Prom are from left to right: kneeling, Wendell Holmes, Mike Bobbitt; standing, Michael Knight, Peggy Faircloth, Martha Wooten, Suzanne McLeod, Patty McKinney, Byah Doxey, Gary Henschen. These sopho- mores, chosen by the Junior Class, must circulate about the crowd serving, giving out dance programs, and greeting arriving couples. Susan Hill, Skipper Oliver, Rob Powell, Beverly Giles, Wendell Williams, and Pat Hurdle pause to enjoy the decorations of miniature wishing wells. Jenny Fisher and Jeff Riek gaze into the “Magic Moments” wishing well. 69 i S If Monuments are built as remembrances to [deserving persons. Alter three years of working tdgellfer, the senmT lasi Bbnbii class- mates who exemplify learning,, citizenship, promises to succeed, and othef admirable quali- ties such as personality and beauty. These out- standing seniors are selected by popular vote of the graduating clas , the most qualified ■judges. The LaFafnac bilildsmionuments to rec- ognize the 1905 Senior Favorites. ’You should be best up-and-down instead of best all-around. Best Ml- Abound Meverly Qiles Rusty Clark Sweetest Carol Orchel Chris Mlackmn “FIl have a dozen donuts, half-a-dozen chocolate eclairs, four cream puffs . . Jntellectml JCois Sabath Kkhard Sckroer Cutest Patricia ZhomasoH SohmyJiair ' We don’t read; we just look at the pictures. HL - ' — f iLt iji a ' 72 “Ya wanna drag? 1 4 l■|||||||||||||||||||■|||||■■|■■ ■pi P H Most Zalented Marlene J ollenberger Al Pittman “Anything you can do, I can do better.” Most School Spirited AllysoH Masters immy Mamilton ‘We’re number one! i 1 “Just put the dime in, we’ll talk to anybody.” Janice Owenby CaUer Most Courteous Kristie DiekimH Dean Wilson “Gee Kristie, this is what I call service.” 74 “Now this won’t Iiurt a bit, Johnny.” Wittiest “If you can’t lick ’em, join ’em.” j_ Kit Cindsay phmy Sdge Mest Pemmtity Patsy M alley Simmy Pames Most 1 Athletic 1 I udy Davis j 8ddk Martin “But I don’t want pierced ears!” Most Popular M Dankl Silly Culbreth “Oh well, this is the price we pay for being popular.” 76 M st Onginal Patty Palliut David Mct raw Most Cikely to Succeed Conaim McCdnib Mobby King i ' What do you mean you can’t tell time! " Dependable Debby Jiutaff Zommy Cottingham Mest Cooking Cym Mooue Skipper Oliver 78 “Skipper, you just break me up.” I WANT YOU , ■tmuutiw. HT» TfTfH 11 ' ■ V (■ . , tMAn w»a. n Ku 1 i L Yh. I| " J k li IN “Who, me?” OutstandiHg Citizens Same SohnstoH Coy Mrewer Best-Dressed Susan Shields Qeorge Moward ‘Don’t move or you’ll give us away ! 79 J 965 Marshals In February of each year, fifteen outstanding jun- iors are chosen by popular vote of the Senior class to serve as Marshals. These honored students must have an 80 average or better in their schoolwork and excel in leadership, character, and merit. They serve as ushers at various school functions including the Miss FHS Contest, the senior class play, Awards Night, and graduation. The 1965 Marshals are as follows, from { left to right standing: Larry Snider, Bo Massingale, ■ Michael Knight, Vann Williford, Suzanne McLeod — t Assistant Chief, Bruce Moore — Chief Marshal, Bob | Tally, Gary Henschen and Terry Lindvall; seated, Jane Johnston, Martha Wooten, Cynthia Vick, Byah Doxey, ' Virginia Lanam, and Kaki Bartholomees. ; 80 Througli these doors go the students of Fayetteville Senior High School, who, from the t;ar]y a wakening of day to the; agiag of late- after- noon, busily engage themselves in the task of accjiiirin an education. Seven hours a day, five days a week, they, reside within these portals, where the hours are portioned out, among the routine activities of every day. ITiese students. live as citizens in the active world of adcdescenee, haring a laugh at a pep rally, shedding tears of sweat in the library, shivering, on the concourse when the smoking patio is rained out, or strugglirig to stay awake during the afte.moon. It is the sound of iheii feet that stampede down the corridors between classes; of thek hands clapping to the music of the band; of their voices singing, talking, and whlsperi.ng throughout the day. They are the surging flow of energy which circulates throughout the halls forming the pulsating heartbeat of our school. They are the student body— a mixture of anxious, bewildered, spanking-brand-new sophomores; happy, carefree, middle-of-the-road juniors; worldly, responsible, confident seniors — all united into one common self by living and working together day by day, closely assorted in the private, wonderful world of our . . . Student Cifc . . . THE DAY BEGINS BY MEETING WITH ERIENDS . . . Now are you convinced to stop reading those James Bond adventure stories, Alex? and as it progresses, students find time to visit the library and search endlessly for that needed reference. Others, like Alex Hallmark, relax with a good book, or as Mrs. Surles might say, engage in a little recreational reading. DURING MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS . . . homeroom students bring attendance cards to the clinic every morning. After- wards, during the break, a scene in the main lobby provides mixed emotions of apprehension and delight to the average FHS student: Mr. Sasser and Mr. Warren helplessly confined to the stocks; indisput- able proof that the goal for the Student Council Barbecue was reached and sur- passed. THE AROMA OF GOOD THINGS FROM THE HOME- EC CLASSES FILLS THE MORNING AIR . . . THE HOUR FOR ASSEMBLY IS CONSUMED WITH THE SPIRIT OF VICTORY, WHICH HAUNTS THE BLEACHERS EVEN AFTER THE PEP RALLIES ARE OVER, . The flurry of the Confererate flag and the sound of Dixie from the band raise a thunder of applause from every Southern hand. The ultimate in femininity: Miss Tammy Wood, win- ner of the Teacher Talent Show. . AND ALSO WITH MOMENTS OF UPROARIOUS LAUGHTER The cafeteria — etiquette’s poverty pocket. “On the outside looking in” at one teacher absorbed in the business of teaching. THE HECTIC RUSH TO BOARD THE HONEYCUTT BUSES IS EOLLOWED BY LUNCH TIME AND THE LINGERING, LAZY ATMOSPHERE OF THE AFTERNOON HOURS . . . With the eloquence of John Barrymore, Dan Shubert demonstrates his winning dramatic form. j In this jungle it’s every man for himself. This is the only code for traffic around FHS when that final bell rings. The mad exodus from long hours sitting in a hard desk is like rush hour on the free- way. THE 3:30 BELL RINGS AND 2,000 DIEEERENT PAIRS OE EEET SHUEELE OFE IN 2,000 DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS. SOME, HOWEVER, MUST REMAIN FOR VARIOUS REASONS ‘Some people never learn, “Allyson, I thought you had the tape!” 86 11 What are you dreaming about, Charlie? THUS AWAY FROM SCHOOL AND AT HOME ONCE AGAIN, STUDENTS FIND WAYS TO “RELIEVE THE TENSIONS” WHICH AN ORDINARY SCHOOL DAY CREATES . . . LIKE GRABBING A QUICK NAP ON A FAVORITE COUCH . . . ... OR EINDING OUT WHAT’S HAPPENING ON THEIR FAVORITE SOAP OPERA . . . Susan Nimocks, like most teenagers, likes to keep her own private concession stand while watching TV. “Yeah . . . uh huh . . . oh, really . . . . OR CONVERSING ON THE PHONE WITH A FRIEND 87 . . . WHEN NIGHT DESCENDS UPON FHS, ITS DOORS ARE OFTEN OPEN TO SPECIAL ACTIVITIES . . . Are you sure this type of dancing is allowed? THE HALLS ECHO THE STEPS OF STUDENTS WALKING TO CONTESTS, GAMES, AND DANCES . . Senior girls exercise for the Powder Puff Football Game. AND WHEN ALL THE HOURS OF ALL THE DAYS SPENT LIVING AT FHS HAVE FINALLY COME TO A CLIMACTIC END . . . O.D. OR BUST! 89 Student Council — ackbom 92 PRESIDENT — Rusty Clark VICE PRESIDENT — Nat Siewers SECRETARY — Martha Wooten TREASURER — Bmce Moore of the Student Body A loud voice rings through the gymnasium, “Home- oom 12-8. ’ With this announcement, forty seniors burst nto the gym. pulling a wagon which bears the queen Cleo- )atra. decked in purple and jewels and long hair — a mop ))• origin. She is none other than the honored homeroom eacher Mrs. McCormick. This scene is typical of the con- ention held each spring for the nomination of the Student !]ouncil members. The nomination convention launches the final week of igorous campaigning complete with posters, speeches, and kits by the candidates. After careful consideration, the stu- lent body elects by Australian ballot four officers, four rep- esentatives from each class, plus the four student body )fficers. The newly elected council chooses its parliamentar- an and historian. Advisors — Mrs. Surles and Mrs. McCormick JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President — Bo Massingale Vice President — Suzanne McLeod Secretary — Kay Autry Treasurer — Cynthia Vick Representatives — Joanna Sutton Michael Knight Gary Henschen Byah Doxey SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President — Ernie Milloy Vice-President — Ronnie Lean Secretary — Sally Thomason Treasurer — Helen McClendon Representatives — Verdery Kerr Susan Lucas Terry Joyce Ellen Padgett SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President — Jimmy Barnes Vice President — Dean Wilson Secretary — Tricia Thomason Treasurer — David Frank Representatives — Coy Brewer Marlene Nollenberger Charles Von Rosenberg Joe Calder Parliamentarian and Historian — Tommy Cottingham Beverly Giles Student Council and Somml Homecoming flowers sold by the student forum add that extra touch for two students, Jim Davies and Nancy Waple. Marlene Nollenberger records the barbecue sales for each class. 94 Honking horns and gaily decorated cars representing the students and clubs at Senior High fill the streets during the ' homecoming cavalcade. Corsages of white chrysanthemums go on sale, and voting for homecoming queen takes place. Who’s behind it all? The Student Council and Forum, of course. De- voting much time and spirit, the memltcrs work for a success- ful homecoming. Another annual project of the Student Forum is the pro- 1 duction of the Buzz Rook, which features the students’ phone j numbers and addresses. | In December, the Student Council sponsors a barbecue.; Money earned from this barbecue is us ed by the council for the! handbook given to each member of the student body and for the I Student Council Scholarship. Contests are held each day of sales] between the classes for high and low sales. As a punishment, j officers of the low-selling class have to sit in the stocks during! their break. Because the goal of 1300 tickets was s’urpassed by I 300 tickets, Mr. Sasser and Mr. Warren also had to undergo the punishment. As a final project, the talent show is sponsored by the Stu- dent Council in the spring to give talented students a chance to| display their abilities. Student Forum mcmijcrs pictured above are homeroom pr Zogetker to Melp Students Setting an example for the students by “seeing no evil, hearing no evil, and speaking no evil” are Bobby King, Mad- eline Gates, and Rob Powell. Making use of the Buzz Book are Nancy McCaddon and Yoshi Crousen. Officers of the Student Forum are Kent Autry, president pro tempore; Jenny Fisher, secretary; and Nat Siewers, president. Carrying the colors at a pep rally are Ronnie Lean and Michael Knight. 95 is from sophomore, junior, and senior homerooms. J atmal “Why do the teachers always win a cake?” This quota- tion is commonly heard during one of the cakewalks spon- sored twice yearly hy the National Honor Society. During the lunch periods, students are given a chance to try their luck for a cake donated by individual Honor Society mem- bers. Money earned from the cakewalk helps to finance the Honor Society Scholarship and the books donated each year by the club to the library. One of the greatest honors at Senior High is to become a member of the National Honor Society. The Fayetteville Senior High Chapter of the National Honor Society was formed in 1953 and named for Thomas M. Hunter. Objectives of the club are to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stim- ulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to encourage character development. Members are selected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. A scholastic average of 92 is required of new members who are inducted each fall and spring from the junior and senior classes. Tony Canupp bestows to Greg Bullock the honor of wear- ing the emblem of the National Honor Society. r W To the sounds of popular songs, students take part in the cakewalk. Tommy Cottingliam, Pres. Dean Wilson, V. Pres. Terri Westfall, Sec. Sandi Weeks, Treas. ■Rita Baucom Sarah Beard Neil Big Jim Bray Coy Brewer Leigh Brooks .Greg Bullock Carolyn Burt Joe Calder Tony Canupp | Anne Cassidy j Joan Cassidy; ■ Barbara Cool Doug Dibberi Richard Evar Jenny Fisher: i David Frank i Cathy Gates | 96 Honor Society Sandi Weeks presents to a hungry winner a delicious chocolate pecan cake made by Susan Parker. During one of the tapping ceremonies, the Honor Society solemnly marches into assembly. Madeline Gates Mary Ellen Geimer ■ Beverly Giles Gary Henshen Ian Hicks- Susan Hill Oebby Hutaff lanine Johnston ' Jarolyn Jones Jobby King Tohanna Mason I Jetty Lou Massingill Max McCorkle Carol Ann McHaney Danny Mcln nis Lorraine McLamb Linda Myatt Carol Orchel Susan Parker Mary Rowe Don Russ Lois Sabath Richard Schroer Juliana Sciolla Judy Shay Sherry Slover Sandy Smitli Robert Tally Tricia Thomason Mary Thornton Charles Von Rosenburg Robbie Wages Shari Willis Carolyn Woodyard Kathy Zercher Patricia Zercher ADVISORS Mrs. Janie Simmerman Miss Emma Lee Da ' - Mr. Charles Lincoln 97 I Key Club — ‘Suspire hdividual This year’s officers of the Key Club — Mr. Wood, Advisor; Coy Brewer, Presi- dent; Nat Siewers, Vice-President; Ken Culhreth, Secretary; and Charlie Von Rosenberg, Treasurer — prove to be very capable in guiding the club in its many activities. John Aderholt Johnnie Autry John Berberich Larry Bledsoe Doug Dibbert Mike Ferrell Steve Kiernan Bruce Moore Jim Perkins Richard St. Denis Vann Williford Jimmy Barnes Coy Brewer Joe Calder Rusty Clark Tommy Cottingham Ken Culbreth Mike Dey David Frank Bobby King Max McCorkle Skipper Oliver A1 Pittman Rob Powell Nick Psaki AUen Rutledge Nat Siewers Charlie Von Rosenberg Dean Wilson 98 The Key Club cast gathers for a portrait after capering through their annual Model As- sembly. Jmtiative ' ' The motto “We build,” aptly applies to the Key Club of Fayetteville Senior High. One of the most respected service clubs in the area, the Key Club pre- pares its members as builders of the future. As an extension of the International Kiwanis Club, the members can be recognized by their pin which bears the distinguished “K.” The members are chosen on the basis of scholar- ship, character, ability, and leadership. On initiation day, the halls resound with the laughter of the stu- dent body as they observe the comical antics of the new members. The large wooden key, which new members must have signed by each boy in the club, could probably be counted among a Key Clubber’s most treasured possessions. The Key Club participates in many projects throughout the year. They sell football programs each fall and broadcast tbeir own radio program, Hi-Topics, each Saturday morning. This year their annual play was a hilarious spoof on T.V. Spring is marked by a carwash and a dance — both sponsored by tbe Key Club. Tbe club also presented Career Day; a program where representatives of different voca- tions are available to talk to the students. This year the club donated a significant sum to tbe Cumberland County Shelter Workshop which helps the mentally retarded. Through these services, the Key Club has proved to be a valuable asset to school and community. Right : Chris Brewer gets a peck on the cheek from John Purdie after careful instruction from Skipper Oliver. Right: Van Williford peddles programs at a Friday night football game. David Baker Lin Breece Chris Brewer Herb Clegg Ken Jonas Verdery Kerr Ernie Milloy Brent Michaels Roger Powell John Purdie Left: A1 Pittman, Verdery Kerr, and Lin Breece deco- rate the Key Club Christmas tree in the main lobby. Below: Nat Siewers lov- ingly paddles two new mem- bers during initiation. Johnny Brannon Jim Bray Neil Buie David Bullard Chris Cammack Preston Cudd Keitt Darby Pud Davis Sandy Doxey Terry Edmundson Johnny Hair Jimmy Hamilton Willie Harry Gary Henschen John Homaday Bobby Johnson John Jordan Robin Jordan Mi-yi Outstanding The leaders of the Hi-Y during 1964-1965 are, left to right, Don Mann, Chaplain Jimmy “Hambone” Hamilton, Secretary; Neil Buie, Sergeant-at-Arms; Bob Tall Tim John Gerry Mike Don Mike Bob Johi O’Neil Peele Penland Rose Russ Smith Tally Tall 100 Service President; Mr. Hedgepeth, sponsor; Gary Hen- I schen, Vice-President; and Tim O’Neil, Treasuiyr. What is the Hi-Y? It is a service club, sponsored by the Y.M.C.A. that stimulates the growth of Christian character throughout the school, community, and world. With emphasis on scholarship, clean living, clean speech, and clean sportsmanship, the Hi-Y molds the young man into a capable a lult. The Hi-Y helps in such fund-raising campaigns as the March of Dimes and the Heart Fund. This year they assisted the Chamber of Commerce in the Fayetteville Air Show. The help of the Hi-Y in directing parking at the school is greatly appreciated by all. One of the most popular projects is their annual Hi-Y — Faculty Basketball Game. During this game, the entire student body is entertained by the teachers and students who pound up and down the basketball court. For initiation, the new members must be cheerleaders for both the Powderpuff Football Game and the Hi-Y-Faculty Basketball Game. The club broadcasts a Sunday afternoon radio program and donates to the Y.M.C.A. World Service program, which is their greatest contribution to the spreading of Christian influence throughout the world. This was also the first year that the club sponsored a dance of their own. With the construction of the new Y.M.C.A. building this year, the club is provided with a permanent club room. Through invaluable assistance in various projects, the Hi-Y has helped to develop the strong Christian character which is so needed in the world of today. The Hi-Y carries on an informal discussion during its weekly meeting. Crawford MacKethan Bobby Yaughn Here, the Hi-Y cheerleaders exhibit their best side at the Tri-Hi-Y Powderpuff Football Game. 101 faculty Slaughters Students 25-19 Players tangle under the basket as they wait for the ball to come back down. Above: Dave Me- Graw stretches to block Coach McGinley’s shot. Right: “Stetch” Carr easily dunks the ball (with a little assist- ance) During halftime the Hi-Y presents the faculty with a por- 102 table TV for their lounge. Robin Jordan, Crawford MacKethan, and Jack Linville say that hemlines are on the rise this season! Above : The ravishing Hi-Y cheerleaders dis- play precision formation as they lead the students in a rousing yell. Kneeling (left to right:) Tom Caldwell, Gary Johnson, Gunner Roupas, Dave McGraw, Mike Dey, Rick Dreibelbis, Ronnie Williams, Speedy Lopez. Standing (left to right:) Don Runkle, Mike Bobbitt, Billy Highsmith, Jim Bardis, John Homaday, Steve Leonard, Eddie Martin, Keitt Darby, Skipper Oliver, Johnny Lanius. Monogram Club Kneeling (left to right:) Rick Morton, Jim Lattimore, Sammy Bradford, Larry Price, Neil Buie, Barry Clause, Jerry Pen- land, Mike Morgan, Kent Autry, Chuck Wilkins. Standing (left to right:) Rusty Clark, Jimmy Barnes, Charles Vickers, Wayne Wellons, Steve Helms, Sue Moss, Chris Blackmon, Jim Bray, Richard Beaudry, Don Russ, Hank Brown, David Frank. 103 Zri-Jii- y Muilds The Tri-Hi-Y officers for 1964-1965 are as follows: Kneeling, left to right: Susan Lambeth, President; Judy. Monterose, Sergeant-at-Arms. Standing, left to right: Mary Nell Saunders, Treasurer; Mi ' ss Perkins, Miss Knight, and Mrs. Baldwin, advisors. Linda Blackwell Beverly Byrd Kathleen Campbell Jane Canady Gay Davis Judy Davis Penny Davis The new members apprehensively enter the room and are met with a shower of initia- tion rituals — the new year for the Tri-Hi-Y has begun. The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y, which is a girls’ service club, is to create, maintain, and ex- tend throughout the home, school, and com- munity, high standards of Christian character. Although the club works and meets as a unit, it is divided into three groups according to classes with each group having its own vice- president and secretary. The club members help to raise money for the Heart Fund and the Cystic Fibrosis Drive. They also contribute to the World Service pro- gram, which helps to establish Y.M.C.A. pro- grams throughout the world. The entire student body enjoys the annual Tri-Hi-Y Powderpuff Football- Game, the proceeds of which go to charity. During Christmas and Thanksgiving, the club sends a basket of food, clothing, and toys to some needy family. The development of character in the mem- bers of the Tri-Hi-Y provides modern society with young women who prove to be a valuable asset. Linda Denton Chris Ellis Beverly Giles Peggy Glass Elizabeth Hauser Jean Hesketh Susan Hill Mary Kay Hughes Susan Lambeth Pat Loomis Allyson Masters Mackie McDaniel Peggy McDiarmid Charlotte McGehee Lynda Mclnnis Judy Monterose Judy Moore Dorothy Morris Sue Vail Moss Judy Murray Susan Nimocks Marlene Nollenburger Lynda Overmann Jo Anne Palmer Joy Ray Deedle Ricketts Belinda Rouse Helen Scott Susan Shields Susan Stone Anne Thomas Brenda Tincher 104 Senior Vice- President Kit ' Lindsay Senior Secreta.ry Carol Leigh Squires Character Wendy Adams Kay Autry Kaki Bartholomees Linda Blue Linda Collier Linda Cothren Anne Davenport Jan Donneson Patty Durkin Shila Elfmon Pam Garner Gladys Greene Barbara Haney Gene Home Joan Horne Kathy Hulka Glenda Johnson Jane Johnston Carolyn Jones Virginia Lanam Anne Luper Jopie Mason Fran McColl Evelan McLaughlen Suzanne McLeod Dale Milton June Milby Sarah Morriss Anne Nabinger Kay Narron Junior Vice- Junior President Secretary Byah Doxey Judy Jones Caroline Norman Linda Perkins Ann Pollard Karen Riggs Lynda Overmann and Dotsy Morris gang up on Susan Lucas during initiation. Mary Nell Saunders Margaret Sebring Faison Shaw Gayle Series Joanna Sutton Marilyn Thornton Martha Wooten Cynthia Vick Becky Anderson Susan Braswell Linda Barton Janet Chin Kathy Durkin Sarah Gilmer Vickie Gilmore Margaret Highsmith Susan Hutaff Carol Inman Susan Lucas Sally Muench Pat O’Neill Ellen Padgett Judy Smith Joan Smitherman Martha Temple Sally Thomason Sophomore Vice- President Pam Lewis ft ft f ft Not pictured: Martha Burnett Sophomore Secretary Pridie Qark 105 Seniors Stomp juniors 1 9-0 The senior team, the Tabu Tigers, display their calm assurance before game time. The competent coaches are left, Billy Highsmith, and right, Wayne Wellons. The valiant co-captains are seated, left to right: Carol Leigh Squires and Kit Lindsay. Lucky Powderpuff King, Jimmy Barnes, is lovingly carried off the field by a bevy of beauties, namely the Hi-Y cheerleaders. Is this planned strategy or mass confusion??? The sophomore band goes through intricate formations during half- time. 106 The junior team, Fabrige Fillies, looks deceptively brave preceding the game. Coaches, left to right, are Steve Helms and Rick Dreibelbis. Co-captains are Kaki Bartholomees and Glenda Johnson. Ca ' amac Staff Beverly Giles Linda Guess Allyson Masters Debby Hutaff Jenny Fisher Susan Parker Sue Vail Moss Tommy Cottingham Chris Ellis Judy Murray Sherry Slover Lorraine McLamh Marsha Beard Mary Rowe Madeline Gates Susan Hill •Susan Stone Patty Ballint 107 Staff Hushes Tony Canupp and Susan Stone, the Sophomore Class Staff, co-ordinate pictures and lay-outs. The Features Staff, Beverly Giles, Lorraine McLamb, editor, and Judy Murray, choose the I “If yaTl don’t sell some ads, we won’t have a book!” . . . “How can a vertical picture fit in a- horizontal space?” . . . “Greg, those are my pic- tures you’re stealing!” . . . “But, Miss Moore, this copy sounds original to me!” These remarks are typical of the twenty-four seniors whose lives are complicated by the advertise- ments, theme, dedication, layouts, pictures, copy, ! and deadlines of the 1965 Lafamac. From May un- til February, during sixth period and for hours after school, the staff works frantically in crowded room Business Manager, Tommy Cottingham, and his assis- i tant, Lee Cheney, appear to be concerned about the 1 financial affairs of the staff. The faces of Sherry Slover, Assistant Editor; Miss Moore, Sponsor; Patty Ballint, Art Editor; and Carol Ann McHaney, Editor, express varied reactions to the pictures. ■IT- most flattering poses of the Homecoming Sponsors. 108 to ' Deadlines 14 in a rush against time to meet deadlines. The advice of the sponsor, Miss Vloore, and the leadership of the editor, Carol Ann McHaney, largely de- ermine the Lajamacs success in portraying a year at F.H.S. One of the new features of the 1965 Laf amac is the increased number jf colored pictures. The new Student Life section attempts to picture students in all phases of school life. This section emphasizes the individual, and also aictures the vast network of social, educational, and athletic activities in rt ' hich students participate as a common unit. Madeline Gates and Jenny Fish- er, the Junior Class Staff, alpha- betize pictures. The Senior Class Staff, Linda Guess, Sue Vail Moss, Marsha Beard, Skip Ciampa, and Debby Hutaff, editor, put individual pictures into homerooms. The Sports Staff, Allyson Masters and Susan Hill, advise editor Greg Bullock as he types copy. 109 WLM m mmm m i Elaine Fasul and Hollis Ann Fields de- liver Bulldogs to the homerooms. ace moderation” but would prefer ' it. se tlie “-v ere are o seem to ike mod€ E STIC ON “Hey! We’re gettin’ Bulldogs today!” This remark announces a treat for subscribers to Fayetteville High The School’s newpaper. Each of the eight issues is crowded met w with editorials, news items, sports write-ups, candid tingha pictures, and regular features. Mrs. Safran enthusiastically led her sixth period the a journalism class in publishing The Bulldog. The staff gram advertisements, ribbons for all football games, and constit Christmas greetings in The Bulldog to finance the news- paper. This year specific positions on the staff were The not designated; rather the staff worked as a whole to ness t( create Bulldogs of high quality. an. Advisor ood manners tuderits have ol. 0 paraphrase •t of pleasure ,e manner of embarrassed, bought : Is it ilieve that a ly willing to Some students do — - _ 1 - le United Kund drive I Trsemhers. . prsinr ehosen were Gay Davis, th Hauser, lis, Mackie x)re, Jane Stone. Kaki ,a Collier, n Gamer, »lyn Jones, e Norman, mthia Vick new junior .y inducted ising the y members, ‘ ;on, Susan :rton, Janet ; Kathy Dur- Vickie Gil ismith, Su- iman, Pam ;as, Sally 0TAaTi«.iiT I 1 Mike Smith, Diane Williams, and Jim jan Smith- Sto ' ufer look over articles for The Bulldog. nple, and ' Rxe Scottish Dancers have not Sally Thommason. The mem- had tims to relax fiithei as thpv ! here H pjdod. in aemA to member u play V sually ft aymate. ly recall its want want th s looks : you bas« to do a I the olde pnity in 1 to reraen are only int actio) use the Iks riled ttitude t aen in a prob- prob- stomps ing the a any- re get- l»l ' Neil Big, Marlene Nollenberger, magazine supplement. Doreen Dallas, Carolyn Boisky, and Anne Thomas “stuff” The Bulldogs with the I’m going out with two boys. am a lourieen year old in love r old ngwuiier. 1 Know ne ioves me. What shall I do. - rs. Carter must ha ling on Daylight s recently when si morning announce! md of first period! ♦ Kf intrary to all re lot true that ratt been released dng patio. lyone interested in leamin? I ' . . — . . i sihk to take the seats Miguel Cabezas, The Bulldog photographer, works hard to take the picture at just the right angle, iways bus can cons — jciussrooms. we realize the ' iini i—i iii mil— ti i i — lailil— ■IML lI... a t Diana Wands, who is responsible for the financial affairs of The Bulldog staff, dis- cusses an advertisement with Mrs. Safran, the sponsor. Mark Schrieber does not seem to be a very likely customer for the foot- ball ribbons that Judy Moore and Linda Sue Bruton are selling. om uctoDer is muaeiing a v iiiager j senior. He likes listening to folk but m. found most foot- inger »siom the Club. the i Fort rolma lonuze One IR Cameron, Brenda Williams, Marlene Nollenberger, and Jane Canady sell football ribbons to a group of students. HEil for Diane Hayes Senior Cliief Majorette Linda Hall Junior Fill Fust tow: Tommy Steele , Student Director; Tom Byrne , Drum Majorj Diane Hayes , Chief Majorette; Mr. Adcox, Director. ; Second tow: Linda Hall, Patsy McIntosh, Carolyn Burt, Linda Taylor, Pen? Langston, Natalie Guy, Michelle Wysocki. Third tow: Bill Furr, Palmer Kinser, Joe Godwin, John Whitmire, David Wa- staff. Bob Barker, Keith Little, Pat Montgomery, Merrit Harrison, Godwin. ir Fourth row: Charles Mclnnis, Harold Link, Jeff Hall, Odell Kirkhum, Da ' ll Bullard, Dickie Caton, Linda Myatt, Steve Alford, Tgrry Eason, John] Ridgen. Fifth row: David Tart, Jean Wemple , Cheryl Sanger, Lynn Wilson , Rob|! ), Wages, Rose Johnson, Benny Gaillard, John Tuttle. and xth tow: J. R. Johnson , Tracy Smith, Peggy Baker, Mary Rowe , Jopie Mason, Lucy McBryde , Jenny Kinser, Joe Bledsoe , Charles Bullard, Bill Furr, Dean Jones. •venth row: Richard Todd, Lucky Mason, John Pigott, Greg Bagley , Terry Downs , Bob Lager, James Hall , Leslie Tubb , John Clamp, Mike Smith ghth tow: Julius Willis , Fred Zahran, Jack Fisher, Wayne Gardner, Ricky Marks , Doug Barfield, Paul Severs, Jackie Jackson, Steve Houston, Richard Leonard. Gr pictured: John Burton, Billy Blair, Mike Williams. Hand Letter Club members Linda Taylor Junior Assistant Chief The band marches up Hay Street. and Actmties The stamping feet, beating drums, and blasting trumpeis of the marching band are part of the spirit of pep rallies, football games, and parades. The more select concert band performs for assembly programs, a spring concert, awards night, and commencement exercises, and main- tains a high rating at the state contest. The jazz of the pep band lifts the spirits of specta- tors at basketball games. This year the Band Parents’ Club and the band members sold birthday calendars to re- plenish the uniform fund. They sold candy to finance out-of-town trips. A Christmas dance, given by the Band Parents’ Club, was a reward for the work and time of the band members. Majorettes Diane Hayes, Penny Langs- ton, Carolyn Burt, Patsy McIntosh, Nata- lie Guy, Linda Hall, Michelle Wysocki, and Linda Taylor ‘practice after school. Stf r- ' 114 Drummers Charles Mclnnis, Jack Fisher, John Tuttle, and Johnny Ridgen add to t spirit of a pep rally. Mllllllillillillllll i Tommy Byrne has ably lead the band as drum major. J Tommy Steele, student director, leads the band during a pep rally. Ricky Marks and Lucy McBryde are pictured in an afternoon rehearsal. I I 5 Senior Migit Singers Members of the Senior High Singers are Clarice Albright, Sarah Beard, Mary Beck, Sue Bishop, Dotty Bodermer, Alan Broadwell, Lawrence Bruton, John Buckner, John Bunnell, Wade Byrd, Mich- ael Caldwell, Emily Canady, Cheryl Chance, Linda Collins, Peggy Creech, Susan Cromartie, Anne Davenport, Gay Davis, Gayle De- vane, Roy Dicks, Dale Duvall, Mary Ann Gillen, Rita Gillen, Peggy Glass, Derwood Godwin, Vicki Gordy, Stephen Green, Rod Hatcher, Linda Hermansen, Jean Hesketh, Billy Highsmith, Martha Hill, Roger Hobbs, Linda Holmes, Mary Holmes, Mike Huggins, Jerry Ireland, Cindy luliucci, Donnie Jackson, Janine Johnston, Sylvia Johnson, Kay Jones, Ronnie Jones, Margie Joyner, Shirley Joyner, Brenda Kinlaw, Linda McCollum, Mackie McDaniel, Roger Ma- cauley, Eddie Martin, Ron Miller, Marolyne Nabors, Gafford Pearce, Linda Phillips, A1 Pittman, Mike Rogers, Joan Ross, Jim Roupas, Ellen Safran, Sandy Sanders, Mary Nell Saunders, Tim Saunders, Margaret Sebring, Beverly Sprouse, Carol Squires, Claude Sykes, Rosie Tacker, Julia Tate, Anne Thomas, Marilyn Thorn- ton, Dwight Trimmer, Judy Wade, Cindy Walsh, Nancy Wemyss, Pat Yarborough. Mr. Ray, director of the vocal music department, directs the Senior High Singers at the Christmas as- sembly. Accompanists for the Senior High Singers, Clarice Albright and Janine Johnston, practice before a concert. 116 i. Chorus Dale Duvall, Gafford Pearce, Roy Dicks, and Jerry Miller, the Barber Shop Quartet, entertain at the Christmas assembly. Raising one’s voice in song has become so popular at Fayetteville High School that the vocal music pro- gram is divided into the Senior High Singers, the more select performing group, and the Mixed Chorus. This year the Senior High Singers performed at civic club luncheons, the state contest, and the Senior Sermon. They joined the Mixed Chorus in presenting the inspir- ing and entertaining Christmas assembly. Pat Yarborough sings “Fairest Lord Jesus” at the Qirist- mas assembly. Joan Greenway Ross sings “0 Holy Night.” Members of the Mixed Chorus are Kristine Allen, Becky Ander- son, Diane Averitte, Patsy Bowles, Barbara ' Bullock, Katherine Cain, June Costello, Lena Downes, Joan Drake, Donna Frazier, Angie Freeman, Connie Henderson, Patsy Hill, Freida Holland, Jimmy Lee, Janet Lopes, Carole Mullen, Pat O’Neill, La Dean Peacock, Danny Potter, Diana Rittenbury, Ricky School, Kann Vick, Susan Watterson, Beverly Wehmeier. 117 — Mt Club Art Club Members practice their skill in sketching, e t to right David Faircloth, Cheryl Smith, Marth Ortagero, Ruth Miles, Karen Riggs, and Beth Giffen. mm Art Club members standing, Linda Barton, Lani Davidson, | Mary Starr, David Faircloth, Joan | Smitherman, Harold Zellers and ! The Art Club is in its second year of organization with an enrollment of 36 students. The main requirement of membership is that a member be interested in all the Arts. The purpose of the Art Club is to provide various programs in the fields of Art, Dance, and the Theater. These give an opportunity for the further development of appreciation. An interesting report on the John F. Kennedy Cultural Center was given to the members early in the year. The most memorable lecture was a report and slides of Art in Viet Nam, given by a Captain in the U.S. Army that was stationed there. Art students plan and carry out decorations for the Cafeteria. Left to rignt; Marlene Nollenberger, Allyson Masters, Gail York, Sue Vail Moss, and Patty Ballint. 1 18 Art Club beautify the school holidays, Barbara Kathy Durkin. Sitting, Jeanie Gail York, Iris Saville, Karen Riggs, Beth Giffen, Belinda Godwin, Cheryl Smith, Peggy Graver, Janet Smith, Connie King, McMillan, Neale Eckstein, John Wright, and Gene Magruder. Susan Clark. kinen, Sharon Meegan, land Sharon Smith. Evaluating painting at Gov. School Exhibit are Sarah Gilmer, Joan Smitherman, Blue de Prater, Kathy Durkin, Billy Culbreth. | 1 9 Art Qub Officer’s re- view proposed programs. L to R: Marlene Nollenberger, reporter; Sue Vail Moss, Sgt. at Arms; Carol Mans- field, Treas. Patty Ballint, Secretary and Monni Finer- ty. Pres. Students in the advanced class work on programmed assignment. Left to right Bob Barker, Sandy Smith, and Jan Hicks. Mt ' Department Art is a way of life. It is the artist’s means of ex- pressing his inner-most emotions. The art department of F.H.S. strives to perfect this feeling in a meaningful man- ner. Six periods daily are offered in Art I, Art II, and Art III. In addition to the regular requirements, there is a planned program to which there is enthusiastic response. The lists of activities are many and varied; they prove interesting to the students while developing their creative abilities. Students participate in North Carolina’s Regional National Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition and make a trip to the exhibition held on Woman’s College Campus. There is also an annual visit to the State Fair and Art Museum. Work is also exhibited in the P.T.A. Arts Festival Program held at Fayetteville Senior High each spring. Busily making decorations for the teacher’s lunchroom are Neal Eckstein, Vic Bedsole, Rusty Callahan, and Bob Monaco. 0 Dean Weisner frames a picture while Pat Loomis hur ries to complete her creation. Planning Christmas Decorations for the lobbies are Duncan Matthews, Ronnie Pierce, Scott Cameron, and Junior Jones. jaccard, Gene Magruder, Dale Duvall, Linda Barton, I onia Barbosa, and Tumiko Croiisen. Hanging completed decorations over au- ditorium lobby are Belinda Godwin, Ron- nie Canipe, Danny Porter, and Linda Noble. Students review art magazines weekly. Pictured from left to right are Paul D’ Alpe, Peggy Owens, Beth Giffen, Liz Cagle, Charles Goforth, Angie Vurnakes, Nichi Smith, Penny Hollstein, Minda Hardin. Students develope perspective by sketching directly from still-life. Yoshi Crous n, Ginger Treutlein, David Revis, Monni Finnerty, Craig Bradley. J 121 future Mommakers President, Millie Littlejohn; Vice President, Carol Williams; Secretary, Audrey Simmons; and Treasurer, Sheila Lee, discuss plans for their annual candy sale. 122 of America At left, F.H.A. mem- Ijers Ijrowse through some homemakers’ maga- zines before a meeting. “Toward new horizons” ex- presses the attitude of the girls in the Future Homemakers’ Club. With this as its motto, the club aims to promote apprecia- tion in the joys of home mem- bership, to encourage democracy in home and community life, and to further interest in the field of homemaking. Any girl interested in home economics is eligible to join the F.H.A. Club. In the fall, the club members held a candy sale. Later in the year they carried canned goods to the Confederate Ladies’ Home. The Future Homemakers leaves to visit the Confederate Home at one of their meetings. 123 Molds Candy Sale Members discuss plans for future months at a regular meeting. Members of the F.H.A. learn the arts of cooking and sewing. 124 Song leader, Vicki Gordy; Photographer, Maria Vendettuoli; His- irian, Martha Pulley; Reporter, Sheila Goff; and Parliamentarian, jdy Averitte plans a bulletin b oard for the home economics room. Each girl does her part in keeping a spotless kitchen. WTf ' . Members take time to relax during a busy meeting. 125 President — Rita Baucom Vice President — Margaret Sebring (not shown) Secretary — Brenda Hill Treasurer — Mary Kujawski (not shown) Pari iam en tarian — Phyllis Cole Advisor — Miss Dot Downing The officers and Miss Downing discuss plans for ordering F.N.A. pins. future J urset Rosita Tart, Maria Vendettuoli, Diane Pflegl, Audrey Simmons, and Faye Lynn learn the correct way to take pulse and temperature. of America © ooGoeow SB ' !! The members of the Future Nurses listen to a first aid program presented by Rita Baucom. pooo The Future Nurses Club was or- ganized in 1954 by the Women’s Auxil- iary of the American Medical Associa- tion. Membership is on a volunteer basis. At the meetings, the members lis- ten to visiting speakers and often see films which acquaint them with nurs- ing. This year, the F.N.A. was priv- ileged to have a recruiting officer from Fort Bragg speak at one of the meet- ings. She suggested to the members a military career in nursing and showed a film on that subject. The Future Nurses held a cake sale which brought returns to pay for the Miss F.H.S. con- testants sponsored by the F.N.A. The most exciting part of the year was re- ceiving pins. Above, Evelan McLaughlin, Daryl Ev- ans, Mary Furr, and Patricia Russ plan for the Futifre Nurses’ cake sale. At right, several members learn to make a hospital bed efficiently. future Zeachei OFFICERS: Marsha Beard, President; SheiTy Slover, Vice President; Chris Ellis, Secretary; Judy Murray, Treasurer; Charlotte McGehee, His- torian; Kaki Bartholomees, Parliamentarian. Elliott MacKethan practices teaching at one of the me ings. The officers of the F.T.A. receive advice from their advisor, Mr. Eugene Smith. Susan Stone, Robbie Wages, Jane Canady, and Carole McKnight present monthly gifts to Miss Marie Moore. The members pause du nj. 128 if America I Promoting an interest in teaching and I familiarizing members with all phases of the profession are the purposes of the Future I Teachers’ Club. It aids students in deciding if I they possess the qualities of a good teacher. To attain membership in the Future j Teachers’ Club, a student must have a B average and be approved by the faculty. At the monthly meetings, the F.T.A. presents in- teresting programs concerning the teaching pro- fession. Every month the Future Teachers’ Club presents each teacher with a small gift. In the spring, a Teacher Appreciation Day is held at which the club presents a contribution in honor of all teachers to the Mary Morrow Scholarship Fund. This donation is a result of the F.T.A.’s stationery sale and annual dance. In October, the F.T.A. attended the state convention of the Future Teachers in Greens- boro. This convention is sponsored by the National Education Association. A vigorous campaign was carried out by the F.T.A. of I Fayetteville High to elect Kaki Bartholomees as state recording secretary. Congratulations to the F.T.A. for their victory ! Marsha Beard directs Mrs. Cole to Phyllis’s homeroom on back-to- school night. meeting for a picture. Judy Murray, Pat Yarborough, Judy Moore, and Kaki Bartholomees persuade Cordelia White that F.T.A. stationery is best. 129 Cibmry Club Library assistants, who receive one-half credit for their services in the library, are also eligible for membership in the Library Club. This year the club had three meetings with programs, which included a talent show among the members, a program with three guest librarians as speakers, and an orientation program for library assistants from the junior highs. The Library Club, which is a member of the N.C. High School Library Association, sent a group to the N.C.H.S.A. Convention in Durham on April 23-24. The major money- making project of selling paperback books provided a con- venient, inexpensive way for students to buy books. The club’s services also included a coke party for teachers in the spring and a gift for the faculty. Officers for the Library Qub are Peggy Barbee, Presi- dent; Betty Massengill, Vice-President; Rhonda Barefoot, Historian; David Jones, Parliamentarian; Pat Kennedy, Treasurer. Lois Sabath, Linda Cramer, Marilyn Stauffer, and Jane Shelton put returned books back on the shelves. Mrs. Surles sponsor Mrs. Powell sponsor 130 Patricia Johnson, Carol Pethel, Rita Kish, Sandra Phillips, and Linda Denton are shown at a meeting of the Library Club. Fran Balestra, Linda Nick, Mike Meant, Virginia Treutlein, and Pat Nanney are 3usy working at the library counter. 131 A Qirls ’ Athletic Association ISiSiaS mmm 9mm Doreen Dallas goes in for a lay-up, Members participate in a game of volleyball. Go ahead and put a strike. I’ll make it anyway!” instructs an Berlage. Badminton is a favorite G.A.A. sport. 133 Officers for the D.E. Club are as follows: Standing: Charles McBennett, President; Beth Blanton, Associate President; Mr. Price, Sponsor; Patsy Robinson, Treasurer. Seated: Pam Car- ter, Secretary; Dianne Downing, Vice-President; Sandy Oliver, Publicity Chairman. D.S. Club Gary Armento serves customers at the grocery where he works. Members of the D.E. Club are as follows: Standing: Pat Fields, Pat Carter, Tony Jordon, Cynthia Parnell. Seated: Roberta Rabon, Viola Richards, Bob Norman, Mary J. Brown. The students in the D.E. Club combine their high school education with practical experience on the job. The sponsor, Mr. Price, who shows a personal interest in each student, is responsible for the strict qualifica- tions for selecting the students who participate in the program. Members of the D.E. Club par- ticipate actively in the district and state contests. In the district contest this year, Pam Carter won third place in the D.E. Sweetheart contest. Regina Rossman placed third in the job inter- view contest. 134 Members of the D.E. Club are as follows: Clockwise: Joyce West, Qaudya West, Gary Armento, Diane Johnson, Rena Williford, Dianne Brisson, Norma Jones, Sherri Slayer, ' Regina Rossman, Teresa Hall. Maria Bush is not pictured. 1 f! Miss Linda Dale McLeod accompanies the Scottish Dancers during the Homecom- ing festivities at half-time. Scottish Dancers Gay plaid skirts swirl, and feet clad in ghillies beat a lively rhythm as the Scottish Dartcers perform to the tune of the plaintive bagpipe. A long respected tradition at Fayetteville Senior High School, this club exemplifies the rich heritage which has been passed down from the Scots who first settled this area. Chosen on the basis of ability in Highland dancing, scholarship, and character, the twenty-four members begirt a full year of activity with spring tryouts. Each Thursday at club meetings, feet pound on the second floor as they practice their strenuous dances — the intricate Sword Dance, the universal Highland Fling, and the graceful Fancy. The club performs at many civic and social functions, such as pa- rades and club meetings. In October their skirts swing as the bagpipe plays for their performance at the North Carolina State Fair. They attend competitions at Charlotte in January and at the world-famous “gathering of the clans” at Grandfather’s Mountain in July. During Homecoming, the Scottish Dancers perform in honor of the new queen. This year the club has revived an old practice — that of selling shak- ers at football games. This helped to finance the club’s various trips and their successful Sadie Hawkins’ Dance. The Scottish Dancers are indeed a club to be proud of. Through hard work and fun they have helped to keep the Scottish tradition alive. Left: Leading the club this year in its many activities are Kristie Dickinson, Vice President; Debby Hutaff, President; Peggy Faircloth, Treasurer; and Fran Mc- Coll, Secretary. Above: Mrs. Paul is the help- ful and interested advisor of the club. 135 Casses Keep a Rh i Judy Murray Kristie Dickinson Judy Monterose Chris Ellis Debby Hutaff Elliott Mackethan Martha Olliff Jenny Fisher Kathleen Campbell Randi Dickinsc Temple Dougla ' 136 Heritage 5renda Sherman, Ann Pollard Peggy Faircloth riary Anne Center Mary Anne Center sells a shaker to David Frank at a home football game. Three Scottish Dancers get set to catch their men at the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. Left to right. Susan Harper, Doug- lass Rankin, Marsha Vann, and Judy Mur- ray SOPHOMORES |usan Harper, Ellen Padgett, Marsha Vann, Martha lankin, Susan Hutaff i jX Fiubst Jo Ann Schafford, Terry Eason, Sharon Grogan, and Collette Jaccard prepare a French bulletin board. Monjour! Officers Susan Parker, president; Sherry Slover, vice-presi- dent; Lorraine McLamb, treasurer; and Madeline Gates, sec- retary, discuss plans for programs. Lois Sabath and Danny Mclnnis try their selling technique on Dan Baluss as they participate in a French Club project — the selling of programs for the Powder Puff Football game. Monique Patterson shares her knowledge of France with the club. Madeline Gates call! roll at a meeting of the French Club. 138 Ce Cetcle ramais Learninp: about the tradi- tions of the people of other coun- tries is a subject of universal ap- peal. Through folk songs, litera- ture, and the beauty of the French language itself, the French Club members become ac- quainted with the everyday cul- tures of France. Students who have been to France contribute their adventures and experiences to the repertoire of the French Club. I Each French CIul) meeting is adjourned with the singing of La Marseillaise. i Clarice Albright Dan Baluss Marcia Beard Sarah Beard Neil Big Steve Bullock Kathy Buto Leigh Brooks Linda Brown Jane Canady Cheryl Chance Linda Cothren Anne Davenport Cosette Davis Judy Davis Roy Dicks Terry ' Eason Chris Ellis Jenny Fisher Cathy Gates Mr. Jenkins, advisor, receives suggestions for the club from the other French teachers — Miss Meade, Miss Per- kins, and Mrs. Godwin. Madeline Gates Sharon Grogan Debby Hutaff Janine Johnston Collette Jaccard Carolyn Jones Frances Katsoudas Susan Lambeth Patty LePors Anne Luper Max McCorkle Danny Mclnnis Elliot McKethan Lorraine McLamb Susan Nimocks Susan Parker Monique Patterson Anne Pilon Lois Sabath Becky Sapp Jo Ann Schafford Nat Siewers Sherry Slover Kathy Smith Sandra Spellman 139 President Jopie Mason discusses Spanish Club business with vice-president A1 Pittman and secretary Peggy McDiarmid. Mike Barker Kathy Beard Sarah Burnett Miguel Cabezas Vera Chestnut Corale Coppedge Committees make plans for the Spanish party. Circub Spanish is a romance language. Students delve into its adventure and challenge through the Spanish Club. The students enter a Spanish world of intrigue and real life by listening to speakers, records, and tapes. Leaving each meeting with a little more under- standing of the language, the students thoughtfully look forward to the next adventure of the Spanish Club. Doug Dibbert Jack Fisher Mary Gillen Bill dePrater Mary Geimer Sarah Gordon Barbara Haney Melba Harris Steve Harr Cindy Illiucci Craig Jernigan Jopie Mason Gene Magruder Mary Beth Mayville Carol Mansfield Bo Massingale David Mendelsohn Jerry Miller Winnie Morris AI Pittman Wanda Fitts Carolyn Smith Steve Satisky Mary Thornton Debby Wright Kathy Hulka Ronnie Grant Gladys Greene Jackie Kimsey Michael Knight Peggy McDiarmid Evelyn McLaughlin Douglas Rankin Faison Shaw Angie Vurnakes Julia Tate Miss Knight and Mr. Carr help themselves to refreshments as some Spanish Qub stu- dents patiently wait their turn. Whoosh! goes the stick as the candy-filled pihata bursts open to the watchful glee of everyone. The Span- ish Club’s Christmas fiesta is underway, complete with Ole’s and Spanish puddings. The very spirit of Christ- mas is in the air as the students joyfully sing the tradition carols in Spanish. Frances Mason entertains at the fiesta with her Spanish dances. Mrs. Bautista, advisor, prepares a film for the club’s en- joyment. A1 Pittman plays as Spanish Club members sing Christmas carols. L 1 J)er ' Deutsche Klub I German Club members enjoy refreshments at one of their meetings. The October fest is going gayly as the German Club members pass from game to game. Kissing booths, bean bags, and pitch-and-toss are all parts of this fun-filled German fair. Gladly giving their few pennies for each game, the members collect money as a gift for the school. Each student has been drawn to the club by the magnetic qualities of Germany, its language and its customs. They share their own personal experiences in Germany in reminiscent discussions with fellow members. These students have been fortunate enough to live in Germany and, now, away from it, they visit it again through the German Club. As Santa watches, Sarah McDonald serves Ellen Waple while Pat Loop, Har- old Link, and Richard Evans anxiously await their turn. Pat Loop, president, chats with other German Club officers Rosemarie Tindall, vice-president, and Ellen Waple, treas- urer. Sandy Weeks, secretary, is not pic- tured. i Mrs. Leffler, advisor, is very helpful to Ger- man Club mem- bers, such as Donald Counts. Frances Blumenstein Ray Burton Jeanne Carter Winnie Cook Donald Counts Sandi Crafton Edward Dallas Richard Evans Tom Franklin Mike Mahan receives punishment from St. Nick at the Christmas meeting. Terry Hardman Jim Hefti Mary Kujawski John Walker Ellen Waple Sandy Weeks Toni Steele Richard Knecht Robert Knecht Harold Link Pat Loop Mike Mahan Peppi Masa Linda McCollum Sarah McDonald Carole McKnight Richard Morton Salli Norris Diane Pflegl Asliley Prather Rusty Proctor Rosemary Tindall Societas Catimmm, Latin is the language of scholars and classical history. It is also the language of present day students grop- ing into the endless well of knowledge trying to grasp one little piece of eternity. Ancient Rome radiates with culture and famous historical figures ready to be visited at each meeting of the Latin Club. Stemming from the Latin cul- ture, the slave sales are held each year by the Latin Club. Dressing in % the traditional Roman garb, the mem- bers are enslaved and bonded for one day to their highest bidder. Boone Bartholomees Mike Bell Jan Broady Cathy Butler points out Caesar’s campaigns to Bill Pope, Mike Bell, Melanie Burke, and Anna Fasul. Melanie Burke Maribeth Burke Cathy Butler Theresa Culbreth Bill Pope Mary Pope Robert Rice Joan Smitherman Caro ' l Shaw Georgia Smith Pat Spika Mary Starr Scheherazade Stoeckley Beverly Whemeier Kathy Durkin Anna Fasul Tom Fulton Alex Hallmark Brenda Hill Susan Johnson Ken Jonas Verdery Kerr Charles Kistler Hillary Kramer Helen Kalevas Sandy Lee Jack Linvill Susan Lucas Irene Kennedy Brenda Masters Pat Matthews Kathy McElwaine Helen McClendon Judy Moore John Moore Terry Murphy Maureen O’Sullivan Sharon Pohl discipularum Tom Fulton begins the business portion of the Latin Club meeting. Officers of the Latin Club are Tom Fulton, president; Alex Hallmark, vice-president; Charles Kistler, treasurer; and Pat Spika, secretary, with the advisor. Miss Betty Byasse. mmmn Zennis 1964 Members of the 1964 Tennis Team are from left Clive Davies, Richard St. Dennis, Sue Vail Moss to right: Mark Rosenberg, John Berberich, Coach Hall, Kemp Lindsay, and Rick Morton. The Tennis Team had its first season at formation was mainly for experience. F.H.S. in 1964. Since most of the team mem- Kemp Lindsay and Clive Davies showed hers were sophomores and juniors, the team’s promise of being good power players in 1965. Charlie Decker 1964 Wc m The Golf Team lived up to its expectations with a fine sea- son. Exceptional- ly low course scores were turn- ed in all season by Bill Anderson and Jimmy Barnes. Using a round robin elim- ination system, a keen _ sense of competi- tion was main- tained all spring. Jimmy Barnes The members of the 1964 Golf Team are as follows: First row, eft to right: Wayne Harrell, Nimocks Haigh, Chip Haigh, Ken lobinson, and Charlie Decker. Second row, left to right: Julius Willis, Jimmy Barnes, Jini Sullivan, Bill Anderson, Chuck Wil- kins, and Pete Casale. B i .V baseball George Armstrong throws a strike. screwball down the pipe for anotheiJ The 1964 Baseball Team tallied a seven and five record for .583 season. Plain spunk and esprit de corps were the ever prese: qualities of the team members. George Armstrong, by virtue of hi ability, spirit, and sportsmanship, was voted by the coaches as th Most Valuable Baseball Player. Tommy Bengtson rips his mask off and squints to find a foul hall. John Hamm, Stanley Eubanks, Neil Buie, Hooper Hall, Tomm Bradford, John Ryneska, Tommy Bengtson, Jim Baillie, Georg Armstrong, and Coach McGinley. First row; left to right: Costa Lampros, Mike Sullivan, Paul Schnurr, Rick Dreibelbis, Sammy Bradford, Larry Price, Speedy Lopez, Chuck Jesse, and Jim Lattimore. Second row: manager At right, Chuck Jesse reaches for a strike turned into a home run hy Paul Schnurr. First row, left to right: Ned LaBonne, Jeff Reik, Bill Lindsey, Jimmy Farr, Barry Clause, David Frank , Gary Armento, Jim Bray, Bill Owens. Second row: Don Russ, Doug Rich, Gilbert Dunnagan, Jimmy Nix, Richard Beaudry, Chuck Borders , Charlie Ward, Jerry Penland, George Cameron, James Laramee. Third row: Chris Rodrigues, Skip Oliver, Mike Calhoun, Tom Ricketts, Jim McMillan, Mike Dey , Pat Ellis , Kent Autry , Mark Cline , Doug Hurr, manager, Billy Buck. Fourth row: Ted Halley, Milo McBride, Jeff Ray, John Fisher, John Barbour, Fred Rutledge, Billy Enloe, Flint Worrel, Wade Faircloth, Steve Kiernan, John D’Alpe , Coach Newman. Indicates participation in State Meet Zrack Spring ’64 Keitt Darby practices putting the shot. I Above: Three of the .eam’s best middle dis- [tance runners rest be- ■ veen wind-sprints. Right: Doug Hurr gets pointer from Coach ' fewnam on how to eave the blocks. Lower right: Good irospects for the half aile and mile events in 55 are Jim Bray and Cent Autry. jhn D’Alpe tv Rfl First row, left to right: Dave Brooks, Billy Sut- ton, Billy Buck, Hank Brown, Richard Beaudry, and Coach Norton. Second row: “Doc,” John D’Alpe, Tom Ricketts, Kent Autry, Jim Bray. Third row: Steve Carrig, Greg Bullock, Wayne Lorrez. Cross- Country The 1964 Cross-Country Team outran every other team in the Eastern League. At right, Bill Owens is pictured as he led the pack at the half mile mark and went on to win the race in record time against Chapel Hill. Below, the team trains on the five mile distance course. i football i ! Tri Captains — Skipper Oliver, Johnny Lanios, and Steve Leonard. Sports fans all over the state had their eyes turned to the ’64 Bulldogs. The incomparable pass- ing arm of Johnny Lanius, the power of Skipper Oliver, and the agility of Speedy Lopez helped the Bulldogs end the season with a commendable 6-3-1 record. Barely missing the state championship by an unfortunate loss to Wilmington, the Bulldogs never- theless turned a fine performance for the year. At the end of the season, a banquet was held in honor of the Bulldogs. Awards were presented to the outstanding players: Best Blocker, Steve Leonard; Most Improved Player, David McGraw; Best De- fensive Player, Eddie Martin; Most Determined, Mike Dey; Coaches Award, Keitt Darby; and Most Valuable Player, Johnny Lanius. All Eastern Play- ers were also announced: Mike Dey, Mike Bobbitt, and Steve Leonard. Honorable Mentions were Steve Helms, Johnny Lanius, and Skipper Oliver. Offense Backfield — Skipper Oliver, David McGraw, Johnny Lanius, Speedy Lopez. Line — Mike Dey, Keitt Darby, Pud Davis, Gunner Roupas, Steve Leonard, Mike Bobbitt, Eddie Martin. Defense Right to Left — Eddie Martin, Mike Bobbitt, Skipper Oliver, Steve Leonard, Mike Dey, Gary Johnson, John Homaday, Roger Gann, Keitt Darby, Pud Davis, Speedy Lopez. Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville —j Jayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Managers — Tyree Sykes, Wayne Wellons, Charles Vickers. fj.V. football SCORES 16 Hamlet 0 13 Asheboro 7 6 Greensboro 7 6 Goldsboro 6 15 Rocky Mount 33 7 Durham 6 25 Enloe 0 21 Wilson 0 27 Broughton 20 7 Wilmington 13 During the 1964 football season, the boys of the unior Varsity squad showed their ability as potential " arsity Bulldogs. The Junior Varsity team gained their lost valuable asset, experience, and developed that drive and spirit for which F.H.S. is famous. Under the lead- ership and influence of Coach McGinley, the J.V.’s had a good season with six wins and only four losses. Hy ■if k : irst tow: Robert Rice, WilHani Edmund, Dick Mclnnis, Eddie iley, Robin Jordan, Bobby Ambrose, Robert Reed. Second row: looten Jackso n, Dennis Randle, Harry Sherril, John Moore, Terry Edmunson, Robert Shepherd, Paul Hardman. Third row: Ernie Milloy, David Tyre, Jack Linvill, Don Allen, Freddie Parker, Billy Vlachos, Frank Patterson, Kenny Freeman. I 157 Tri-Captain Steve Leonard and Hamlet Co-Captain start off the game with the traditional handshake. S, Opens Season With a 16-0 Viet or y Over Mamlet! 158 Jim Bardis, Senior Guard bulldogs Malt Asheboro 17 - 18 ! Mike Huggins, Junior Wingback Ronnie Williams, Junior End A flying tackle from Skipper Oliver stops a Greensboro Whirlie. Tom Caldwell, Junior Tackle Steve Helms, Senior Guard Skipper Oliver, Senior Wingback Alex Crane, Junior Guard Roger Gann, Junior Fullback Mike Dey pushes past Raleigh for a touchdown. 160 Boone Bartholomecs, Senior End Speedy Lopez gains yardage against Raleigh Broughton. bulldogs Over Broughton 27-20 in 2.M.S. Momecoming Eddie Martin, Senior End 161 Johnny Lanius and Coach Luper plan game strategy at a tense moment. Stomps Snloe 25-01 I ! i Chris Blackmon, Senior Halfback Crushes Wilson 21 - 0 ! Jim Lattimore, Senior Halfback Gary Johnson, Senior Tackle Skipper Oliver plows through the Wilson exciting games. line to score a touchdown in one of F.H.S.’s most J 164 Bulldogs Snd Season With a 7-2-1 KecordI 165 Coach Hall— FOOTBALL, TENNIS Coach McGinley— JV FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL 166 Coach Faircloth— JV FOOTBALL Coach Norton— JV FOOTBALL, TRACK, X-COUNTRY 1 Cheerleaders 3 . . All for the Bulldogs, stand up and holler!” Time and time again these spirited words rang out in a roar from enthusiastic stu- dents led by the eleven varsity cheerleaders. But being a cheerleader was more than leading cheers at games and pep rallies, as these girls soon discovered. The cheerleaders were chosen in the spring on the basis of pep, agility, and character. Then .the work began. In the summer they met to decide on the new uniforms and to paint signs and banners. Two weeks before school started, they were hard at work practicing old cheers and working out motions for new ones. After school began, they practiced each Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. The home- coming bonfire was a success due to the efforts of the cheerleaders. Their clever skits at weekly pep rallies showed the “Bulldog” vic- torious over his foe, and they did much to promote enthusiasm for the Friday night games. Basketball season, too, was a time of hard work for the cheerleaders. They attended the intown and out of town games on Tuesday and Friday nights and cheered for the Bulldog cagers. “V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!” This thought was utmost in the cheerleaders’ minds, as they, with the student body, cheered our teams to “We’re on top!” Head Cheerleader: Beverly Giles Twenty pair of saddle shoes lead the home-coming bunny hop. 167 Janine Johnston Tricia Thomason Allyson Masters Mackie McDaniel Edna Mallory y V Cheerleaders The JV Cheerleaders keep smiling after giving the JV teams and their spectators spirit and entertainment all year long. Gail Robinson Page Farrell Minnie Ehrlich Brenda Masters Emma Brooks Rhonda Odom Sue Averitte 170 Jim Perkins Rusty Clark Johnny Brannon Don Perkins Cornell Bowden State Bruce Moore Eddie Martin Jimmy Sandlin Lindsey Howell Howard Smith dif ' ' ! ' Ronnie Melvin . ■, Verdery Kerr Mike Morgan Champs Keitt Darby SCORES JV players gather around Coach Protect and Coach Maness for a strategy conference during a time out. We They Clinton 57 13 Burlington 39 48 Asheboro 62 30 Clinton 57 30 Burlington 45 49 Asheboro 50 34 Durham 49 64 Wilson 52 62 Enloe 51 50 Wilmington 66 52 Broughton 72 67 Goldsboro 39 36 Rocky Mount 64 51 Durham 47 73 Wilson 43 45 Enloe 63 36 Wilmington 47 52 Goldsboro 48 42 Broughton 69 56 Rocky Mount 45 61 For a group of 15 and 16 year old Sopho- mores, the Junior Varsity Basketball Team showed good height, speed, coordination, spirit, and endurance. This year’s JV team will un- doubtedly produce a good bench and possibly a couple of starters on n ext year’s varsity team. y V basketball From left to right: Coach Yogi Poteet, Ron Wood, Harold Ingle, Linvill, Terry Edmunson, Lin Breece, Richard Brown, Herb Chris Camack, David Tyre, Chris Brewer, Randy Means, Jack Clegg. Rusty controls the tip-off in the second half, leading the Bulldog cagers on to rout the Enloe Eagles by 30 points. This year’s varsity basketball team compiled the est record in Fayetteville’s annals. With two 6’4” for- ards, a 6’11” center, and two exceptionally fast guards, le team had a height and team balance advantage ver every team in its league. On any given night, Fayette- ille High’s cagers could out rebound and out shoot any •A team in North Carolina. 1965 saw the team achieve hhat no other team from Fayetteville has ever done: ike the Eastern 4-A Conference title. The final record or all regular season games was a sparkling 19 wins and heart-breaking loss to the Durham Bulldogs. As the cores of the first six non-conference games came in. the sports writers raised their brows and took note of the team’s potential. As the conference standings began to jell, Fayetteville had already compiled a perfect 13-0 standing. The Bulldogs bounced back after the loss to Durham with a 51 point rout over Wilson. Riding high with a full head of steam, the Basketball Bulldogs went on to take the title to represent the conference in the state play-offs. Once the team got to Greensboro they let their presence be known. Doing what Fayetteville has never done in 50 years, the 1965 Basketball team swept the State playoffs undefeated to win the State Champion- ship title. 175 VARSITY SCORES It only happenea once in the history of high school basketball. Eddie Martin gets shoots his foul shot which Rusty jumps and stuffs it fouled and . . . stays on the rim. in. Clinton Burlington Asheboro Clinton Burlington Asheboro Durham Wilson Enloe Wilmington Broughton Goldsboro Rocky Mount Durham Wilson Enloe Wilmington Goldsboro Broughton Rocky Mount We They 68 47 45 40 73 59 59 47 62 52 80 57 76 69 74 55 76 54 62 59 76 66 62 37 50 49 52 56 89 38 71 42 69 55 62 55 86 71 49 36 A hot, tired, and weary bench watches a fast break in the final seconds of a game against Wilmington. Rusty fakes with a stare nd steals the ball. Bruce Moore pops up a jump shot for two points. Jim Perkins ties the score with a 3 point play against Durham. . . . and drives in for a lay-up on a 3-on-l situation. Qo Kusty . . In one of his man) brilliant plays, Rusty Clark shows his worth as the tallest player in North Carolina. Looking the forecourt over, he plans his move. In a fast break, Rusty catches a defender off guard . . . Sastem 4-A Conference Eastern 4- A Zournament State 4-A 178 There is nobody except Bulldogs up for the rebound ... a normal occurrence. When duty whispers low, ' ' Zhou must, Zhe youth replies, " J eau. SENIOR CLASS 182 PRESIDENT— JIMMY BARNES VICE PRESIDENT— DEAN WILSON SECRETARY— PATRICIA THOMASON TREASURER— DAVID FRANK Class of 1 965 JACQUELINE SUE ADAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2; Intra. Basketball, 4 EVELYN GERALDINE ADKINS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Contest, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; F.H.A., 3, 4 CLARICE EMILY ALBRIGHT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Contest, Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Fr. Club, 4; Glee Club Accomp., Miss F.H.S. Entertainment, 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3 KRISTINE SIMONE ALLEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2; Intra. Volley- ball, Art Club, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.- Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Glee Club, Lib. Club, Lib. Conven., F.H.A., Miss F.H.S. Court, 4; Miss F.H.S. Contest, 2, 3, 4 DENNIS RAY AMOS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Sp. Club, 3, 4; Rep. to State Conven., 2, 3, 4; Intra. Sports 2, IVA CARLOS ANDERSON, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres., Football, 2; H.R. Vice-Pres., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Rep. to Nom. Conven., 3; Intra. Basketball, 4 WILLIAM HENRY ANDERSON F.H.S, 2, 3, 4; Golf, Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3 SUZANNE JANE ANDREWS F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt Am. High 2; F.H.A., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., H.R. Treas., 3 ANITA LOUISE ARIAIL F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt Am. High 2; J.V. Cheer- leader, Newspaper, Art Club, 2; Miss F.H.S. Contest, 3 GARY WAYNE ARMENTO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball, Basketball, 2; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Track, 3; D.E. Club, 3, 4 STEPHEN BYRD ATKINSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Track, 2; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3 ANTHONY JOSEPH AUGUSTINE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., 2; Baseball, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 183 ff Seniors at Cast! JOHN C. AUSTIN F.H.S. 4; Carlisle 3; London 2; Baseball, Annual, Debate Club, 2; Cross Country, Ways and Means Comm., Latin Cl., 3; Football Intra. Soccer, H.R. Vice-Pres., 2, 3 ROBERT KENT AUTRY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; East. 4-A Halfmile Rec., Carolinas’ A.A.U. Jr. Olympics Halfmile Rec., 3; Key CL, Capt. of Track, H.R. Pres., Student Forum (Pres. Pro. Tern.), 4; Cross Country, 2, 3; Track, Mono- gram Cl. Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 WANDA EAYE AUTRY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; F.H.A., 2 WILLIAM ALLEN AUTRY F.H.S. 3, 4; Armijo Jaint Union High 2, 3 JUDY CAROL AVERITTE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; F.H.A., 3, 4; F.H.A. Parlia., 4 GREGORY REESE BAGLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Dele, to Nom. Conven., 2; Latin CL, Band Letter CL, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4 FRANCES ANN BALESTRA F.H.S. 4; Ayer High 2, 3; Sp. Club,- Drill Team, Ayerettes, Chorus, 3; Lib. Club, Dist. Lib. Club, 4 PATRICIA LEE BALLINT F.H.S. 3, 4; St. Clairsville 2; Pep CL, F.T.A., Y-Teens, Intra. Basketball, Sports Artist, Art Ed. of Trident, H.R. Sec., 2; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Germ. Cl., LaFamac, Homecoming Sponsor, 4 Art CL Sec., 2, 3, 4 DANIEL CHESTER BALUSS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., Track, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. (Jomm., 3; Latin CL, Dele. To Nom. Conven., 2; Fr. (llub, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 4 PEGGY SHERON BARBEE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Club, Lib. Club Conven., 3, 4; Pres, of Lib. Club, 4; Miss F.H.S. Publicity Comm., Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., 3 JOHN DAVID BARBOUR, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Vice-Pres., 2; Baseball, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 JOHN EDMUND BARBOUR F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cross Country, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 184 “The beginning of the end” — Walter Williams, Lisabeth Hauser, Chris Ellis, Tommy Byrnes, John Jordan, Bettie Blackwell, and Sandi Weeks search for their homeroom assignments on the first day of their senior year. JAMES MICHAEL BARDIS F.H.S. 3, 4; Baker H.S. 2; Football, 2, 3, 4; De- bate CL, 2, 3; Jr. Civitan CL, Biology Cl., 2 HOWARD EUGENE BAREEOOT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 RHONDA SUE BAREEOOT F.H.S. 2. 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, Intra-Basketball, 2, 3 Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; F.N.A., Lib. Qub Hist., Deleg. to District Meeting, 4 ROBERT GORDEN BARKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager, 3, 4; F.T.A., Orchestra, 2, 3; Band, 4; H.R. Treas., 2 JAMES ALBERT BARNES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Key CL, Monogram CL, 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Escort, Senior Class Pres., St. Council Workshop, Stu. Counc. Congress, 4; H.R. Pres. 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S. Clean-Up Comm., Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm., 3; Outstanding Senior EDWARD JEROME BARRY F.H.S. 3, 4; 71st H.S. 2 JAMES BOONE BARTHOLOMEES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Intra. Basketball, 4; Latin Club, 3, 4 RITA ANN BAUCOM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., H.R. Sec., Deleg. To Nom. Conven., 3; F.N.A. 3, 4; F.N.A. Pres., H.R. V. Pres., Nat. Honor Soc., 4 DOUGLAS JAY BEACHAM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Christian Country H.S. 2; H.R. Pres., Bowling Team, 2 I 185 Momcmm Presidents Kepresent HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: David Frank, Patsy Hill, Rob Powell, Bobby King, Allyson Masters, Kent Autry, Eddie Martin, Terri Westfall, Mike Dey, Susan Stone, Madeline Gates, Tim Peppe, Lois Sabath, Charles vonRosenburg. MARSHA KAY BEARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Del. to Nom. Conven., H.R. Sec., 2; Tri-Hi- Y, F.N.A., 2, 3; F.T.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y V. Pres., F.N.A. V. Pres., Stu. Forum, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Favors Comm., 3; F.T.A. Pres., LaFamac, French Cl., H.R. Sec., 4 SARAH LEE BEARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French Cl., Sen. High Singers, F.T.A. Convention, 4; F.T.A. , Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; Latin CL, Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2; Jr.-Sr. Refreshments Comm., 3 MARJORIE GENE BEATTY F.H.S. 3, 4; Teheran Am. H.S., Dudley H.S., 2; Page Senior H.S. 3; Head Majorette, G.A.A., Lib. Qub, 2; Orchestra, 4 RICHARD PAUL BEAUDRY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Track, Cross-Country, 2, 3, 4; Monogram CL, 3, 4 VIC GERALD BEDSOLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PAMELA KAY BELT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, H.R. Sec., F.N.A., Spanish CL, 2, 3; Marshal, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Sp. Qub V. Pres., 4 NEIL ALLEN BIG F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Francis C. Hammond H.S. 2; Bull- dog, French CL, 3. 4; Debate CL, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Nat. Honor Soc., Cross-Country, 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist HARRY EDWARD BINDER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3 186 Seniors in Student Sorum WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER BLACKMON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, H.R. V. Pres., 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Spanish Cl., 2; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Tickets Comm., 3; Monogram Cl., 4; Baseball, 2, 3. GARY LEE BLACKWELDER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 BETTIE ANNE BLACKWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Judge’s Comm., Assoc. Pres. D.E. Cl., Tri-Hi-Y, 2 MARY LINDA BLACKWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Spanish Cl. 2; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Pres. Tri-Hi-Y, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 BENTON C. BLALOCK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Baseball, Jr.-Sr. Programs Comm., 3 JOSEPH ALTON BLEDSOE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Letter Cl., Band Qinic, Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 DOROTHY LETITIA BODEMER F. H.S. 4; Paris American H.S. 2, 3; Glee Cl., G. A.A., Pep CL, 3; Glee Q., 4 CAROLYN JEAN BOISKY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Bulldog, Miss F.H.k Cont., 3, 4; G.A.A., 2; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S., 4 PATRICIA LOUISE BOISKY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 BARBARA LYNN BOONE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Cl, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Court, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., 2; H.R. Sec., Marshal, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Student Forum, 4 STEPHEN REGINALD BOOTH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JINX A. BOUDREAU F.H.S. 3, 4; Kanka Kee H.S. 2, 3; Cheerleader 2; Rep., G.A.A., Pep Club, 3; Intra. Basketball, 4 187 Muddy I STERLING PRICE BOWEN F.H.S. 3, 4; New Han- over H.S. 2; Science Cl. 2; Spanish Club, 2; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 SANDRA LOUISE BOYCE F.H.S. 4; Schertz-Cibolo H.S. 2, 3; Drill Team, Pep Squad, 2, 3; Ger- man CL, Stu. Council, 3; Drill Team Treas., 3 SAMUEL MARKHAM BRADFORD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball, Monogram CL, 2, 3, 4; Art CL, Spanish CL, 3; Football, Hi-Y, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 JAMES CHARLES BRAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cross Country, Monogram CL, Nat. Honor. Soc., 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y, 4 OSCAR PITTMAN BREECE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Stu. Forum, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 4 JUSTIN BREHEM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Track, 3 KATHERINE BRENNER F.H.S. 3, 4; Pep CL, Teen Club, 2 CATHY ANN BRESWITZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 188 bulldog Unveiled — ean Mesketh COY ESTRES BREWER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin CL, H.R. Pres. Soph. Class ' Rep., 2; Jr. Class Pres., Del. to Stu. Coun. Norn. iConven., Chm. of Jr.-Sr. and Miss F.H.S., Tennis, Marsha], Stu. Coun. Congress and Workshop, 3; Senior Class Rep., Key Cl. Pres., 4; Intra. Bas- ketball, Key CL, 2, 3, 4; Nat. Honor Soc., Key CL Convens., 3, 4; Stu. Coun. Conven., 2, 3; Out- standing Senior DOUGLAS ROBBINS BRIS-BOIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, 2; Hi-Y, 2, 3; Tennis, H.R. Treas., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 4 . DIANNE BRISSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Jr.-Sr. Refresh. Comm., Miss F.H.S. So- liciting and Pub. Comm., 3; D.E. Club, 4 CAROL ELIZABETH BRITT F.H.S. 3, 4; 71st, 2; F.H.A., H.R. Sec., 2 SHARYN BRITTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., F.N.A., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Spanish CL, Dramatics CL, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 WILLIAM P. BRIXON, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Golf, 2; Tennis, JR. -Sr. Figure, 3 ; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3 i ALAN DONALD BROADWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee CL, Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics CL, Lib. Asst., 4 JANICE FAYE BROCK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Dramatics CL, 4; F.T.A., 3, 4 MARY LEIGH BROOKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee CL, H.R. Sec., Del. to Stu. Coun. Nom. Conven., 2; French CL, 4; Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 BARBARA ANN BROWDER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., Intra. Softball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm., F.H.A., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 BOBBIE LEE BROWN F.H.S. 4 , MARY JO BROWN I F. .S. 2, 3, 4; Bookkeeping Award, 3; D.E. CL, 4 I ' 4i .■€ »- tr 189 RUSS JAMES BROWNELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 LINDA SUE BRUTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.N.A., Glee CL, Intra. Basket- ball, Intra. Volleyball, 2; F.T.A., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; F.H.A., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Bulldog Staff, 4 ALICE FAYE BRYANT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; F.N.A., 4 NEIL ELLIOTT BUIE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., H.R. V. Pres., 2; Hi-Y, Intra. Basketball, Monogram CL, 3, 4; Hi-Y Parlia., H.R. Pres., Stu. Forum, 4 THOMAS M. BULL F.H.S. 4; Orleans American H.S. 2; Annandale Senior H.S. 3; Track 2; Intra. Wrestling, S.A.M., 3; Monogram CL, Wrestling, 2, 3; Intra. Bas- ketball, 4 BRUCE WILSON BULLARD F.H.S. 3, 4; Radford 2; V.D.T., H.R. V. Pres., 2; Intra. Basketball, H.R. Treas., 3 JANE B. BULLOCK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 2; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, 4 RALPH GREGORY BULLOCK F.H.S. 3, 4; Dreux American H.S. 2; Science CL, Soccer, Tennis, French CL Chm., Intra. Football, 2; Debate Team, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Monogram CL, 2, 4; Debate CL, 2, 3; Track, X-Country Nat. Hon. Soc., LaFamac Staff, 4; Most Academic Soph. Award JOHN GRADY BUNNELL JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, H.R. V. Pres., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Spanish CL, Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, Glee CL, 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Comm., 2, 3 KATHLEEN BURGASSER F.H.S. 4 SARAH FAY BURNETT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Spanish CL, 3, 4 SANDRA LEE BURNS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 J atmal Semi-Tmalists J amed 190 JOHN EDWARD BURTON, JR. F.H.S. 4; Frankfurt Am. H.S. 2, 3; Band, 2, 3, 4 JAMES SAMUEL BUSH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, 2; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 JUDITH MARION BUTLER F.H.S. 3, 4; Weymouth H.S. 2; D.E. Cl., 4 PAUL R. BUTLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Narimasu H.S. 2; Intra. Basket- baU, 2, 3, 4; V.O.T., 2 BEVERLY ANN BYRD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Alternate Cheerleader, H.R. Treas., 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 4; Intra. Volley- ball, Jr.-Sr. Poster Comm., Miss F.H.S. Poster Comm., H.R. Sec., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 JAMES NORMAN BYRD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Golf, H.R. Vice-Pres., 2; H.R. Treas., 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Cl., 2, 3 WILLIAM DAN BYRD, III j F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 4; Spanish CL, 2 THOMAS HALL BYRNE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, Band Officers CL, Band Clinics, 3, 4; Drum Major, Drama CL, 4; Miss F.H.S. Usher, 3 MIGUEL IGNACIO CABEZAS F.H.S. 4; Cristobal H.S. 2, 3; Band, Band Letter CL, 2; Bulldog Photographer, 4; Intra. Tennis, 2, 3; Track, 3; Spanish CL, 3, 4 Last spring juniors volunteered to participate in the National Merit Scholarship Examinations. From the results of the scores, the fol- lowing seniors qualified as semi- finalists: Dean Wilson, Bob Rich- ardson, David Jones, Jim Bardis, Lois Sabath, Richard Schroer, Den- nis Edmundson, Bill Rickard, and (not pictured) Bobby King, Neil JBig, Allen Matsumoto, Barbara Cook, and Barbara Amn. JOSEPH ALEXANDER CALDER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., Intra. Ba ketball, 3; Key Cl., Sen. Class Rep., H.R. Pres., MICHAEL JEFFREY CALHOUN F.H.S. 3, 4; Leavenworth H.S., 2; Soph. Cla Pres., ROTC, Army Commendation Ribbon, Arn Exceptional Service Ribbons, Chess CL, Hone Courses, Intra. Football, 2; Track Team, 2, ; Debate CL, 3 CAROLYN JEAN CALLAHAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comir Jr.-Sr. Program Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, 4 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4 GEORGE FRANKLIN CAMERON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Comm 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4 HUGH SCOTT CAMERON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, 2, 3; Art CL, 4 MARY SCOT CAMERON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 2; F.N.A., Ai CL, Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Invit. Comm 3; H.R. Sec., Bulldog, 4 HELEN KATHLEEN CAMPBELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., Miss F.H.S. Cont Spanish CL, 2; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr Sr. Waiters and Waitresses Comm., 3; Scottisl Dan. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 4 DOROTHY JANE CANADY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee CL 2; Deleg. to Norn Conven., Tri-Hi-Y Treas., Miss F.H.S. Decoi Comm., 3; Drama CL, Intra. Basketball, Bulldog 4; F.T.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 ANN DAVIS CANNON F.H.S. 4; George C. Marshall H.S., 2, 3; F.T.A 2, 3 , 4; Pep CL, Lib. Assist., 3 MISS F.H.S. COURT OF 1965 Pat Yarborough, Kristine Allen, Debby Hu- taff, Carolyn Boisky, Kay Godwin (sophomore), Lynn Boone, Marion Richardson. 192 Seniors " Dominate Miss S. Court TONY WAYNE CANUPP F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Latin Cl., 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3; Stu. Forum, 2; Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; LaFamac, 4 LARRY GENE CARDENAS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Golf, 4 JON MICHAEL CARTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2 PAMELA JEAN CARTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Officer, Miss F.H.S. Cent., Stu. Forum 3; D.E. Cl., 4 PATRICIA ANN CARTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee Cl, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; D.E. Club, 4 ANNE MARIE CASSIDY F.H.S. 4; Kubasaki Secondary School, 2, 3; Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4; Stu. Council Rep., 2, 3; Math Club, 3 ALFRED OLIVER CHANCE F.H.S. 3, 4; Oak Ridge Mil. Inst. 2; N.C.O. CL, Glee CL, Band, Basketball, Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Intra. Tennis, Intra. Swimming, Marshal, 2; Golf, 3 MARY LOUISE CHARPILLOZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm., 3 LELIA CHENEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., Latin CL, 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. Chmn., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Figure, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; Cheerleader, LaFamac, 4 RAYMOND THEODORE CHENEY F.H.S. 3, 4; Enfield H.S. 2; Band, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, 2 BARRY LYNN CHILDRESS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football, Jr.-Sr. Comm.. 3; Golf 3, 4; Lib. Assist., 4 GUY ARTHUR CIAMPA, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, H.R. Pres., 2; Jr.-Sr. Steering and Decor. Comms., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; LaFamac, 4; Miss F.H.S. Usher, 3 193 Seniors Zease Sophomores and FRANKLIN ST. CLAIR CLARK F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Soph. Class Pres., Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Waiter, 2; Stu. Coun. Treas., Miss F.H.S. Announcer, Stu. Coun. Congress, 3; Basketball Cap- tain, Stu. Coun. Pres., 4; Basketball, H.R. Officer, Monogram Cl., Key Cl., 2, 3, 4; Sgt.-at- Arms, Jr.-Sr. Figure, Chief Marshal, 3, 4; Outstanding Senior JEROME BAYARD CLARK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Track, Foot- ball, 2; Baseball, 4 “Stick with it, kids. You might make it,” laughs David McGraw. BARRY MILTON CLAUSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., 3; Latin CL, 2; Stu. Forum, H.R. V. Pres., Monogram CL, 4; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT WAYNE CLAYTON F.H.S. 3, 4; 72st H.S. 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Student Forum, 3; Basketball, 3 BARBARA DIANE COCHRAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ELIZABETH ANNE CODIE F.H.S. 3, 4; 71st H.S. 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Stu. Forum, 3; Miss F.H.S. 3, 4 PHYLLIS CHARLES COLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; H.R. Treas., Homecoming Sponsor, F.N.A. Pari., 4; F.N.A., 3, 4 ; Lafamac, 4 LINDA SUE COLLINS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin CL, 2; Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S., TIC Comm., Span- ish CL, 3; Sr. Hi. Singers, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 4; Stu. Forum 2, 3 miorsi Kemmber When? JAMES PAUL COMER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres.; Intra. Basketball, 3 BARBARA ANN COOK F.H.S. 4; Owensboro H.S. 2, 3; Band, Latin Cl. 2, 3; Nat. Hon. Soc., Nat. Merit Semi-finalist, 4 CHARLEEN MARIE COOK F.H.S. 4; Bishop Conoty H.S. 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Red Cross, Sodality, 3 JAMES EDWARD CORE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 TRACY THOMAS COTTINGHAM, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin Cl., H.R. V. Pres. 2; Stu. Conn. Rep., H.R. Pres., Jr.-Sr. Steering and Decor. Comm., Marshal; Miss F.H.S. Cbm. of Judges Comm., Nat. Honor Soc. Treas., 3; St. Coun. Parlia., H.R. V. Pres., Intra. basketball. Key Cl. Board Member, LaFamac Bus. Man., Nat. Honor Soc. Pres., 4; Key CL, Figure, 3, 4 DONALD RAY COUNTS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jeanne D’Arc H.S. 2; H.R. Treas. 2; German CL, Intra. basketball 4 LINDA DORRIS CRAMER F.H.S. 4; Wurzburg H.S., Lewis and Clark H.S. 2; Liberty H.S. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., F.H.A. Award 3; Lib. Asst. 4; F.H.A., 3, 4 PEGGY ILA CREECH F.H.S., 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Glee Q. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 4 JUDITH ELIZABETH CREED F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Spanish CL, Tri-Hi-Y 2; Jr.-Sr. Waiter and Waitress Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Del. to Stu. Coun. Nom. Conven., H.R. Sec., 2, 3 SUSAN H. CROMARTIE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Intra. bas- ketball 4; Glee CL 2, 3, 4 JASPER VERNON CULBRETH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 4 KENNETH LEN CULBRETH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Stu. Coun. Rep., 2; Del. to Stu. Coun. Nom. Con. Jr.-Sr. Steering, Decor., Clean- up Comms., Jr.-Sr. Announcer, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm, and Announcer, Marshal, 3; Key CL Sec. 4; H.R. Pres., 2, 3; Key CL, 2, 3, 4 195 Seniors Zopple juniors 1 9-0 WILLIE JAMES CULBRETH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art Cl., H.R. Treas., 2; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Intra. Football, 2 3, 4 STEPHEN D. CUNNINGHAM F.H.S. 4; Balboa H.S. 2, 3; Soph. V. Pres., 2; Football, Stu. Counc. Congress, 2, 3; Intra. Bas- ketball, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Letter CL, 2, 3 DOREEN CATHERINE DALLAS F. H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, G.A.A., Intra. Basket- ball, Intra. Volleyball, Intra. Softball, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., Miss F.H.S. Pub. Comm., Latin Cl. Photographer, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball Championship, 2, 3; G. A.A. Sec., 3; G.A.A. Pres., 4 EDWARD SHERRIL DALY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 2 THOMAS JOHN DANIEL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. CL, 3; German CL, 4 ARTEMOS KEITT DARBY, HI F.H.S. 3, 4; Band, Baseball, Glee CL, 2; Bas- ketball, Monogram CL, Football, Track, 2, 3, 4; | Hi-Y 3, 4; Coaches Award, 4 MARY KATHRYN DARBY F.H.S. 3, 4; Verdun H.S. 2; F.H.A., 2 ANN GAYLORD DAVIS F.H.S. 4; High Point Central H.S. 2, 3; Glee CL, Miss F.H.S. Cont., Tri-Hi-Y, 4; Masque and Gavel, Quill and Scroll, Annual Staff, 3; Y-Teens, 2; Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Glee CL, H.R. Sec., 2, 3; Glee CL Accomp., 2 JOHN DAVID DAVIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JUDITH ANNE DAVIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French Cl. 4; G.A.A., Intra. Vol- leyball, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; G.A.A. V. Pres., 4; Latin CL, 2; Jr.-Sr. Programs Comm., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., Deleg. to Gov. Youth Fitness Conf., 3; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Softball, Tri- Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball Championship PENNY SUSAN DAVIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 .SARAH LOUISE DAWKINS F.H.S. 3, 4; Glade Valley H.S, 2: Glee CL, Class Sec., 2; Intra. Basketball F.H.S. Judges Comm., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comn 196 in Powder Puff football (fame JOYCE ANNE DEAL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basket- ball, 4 PAUL ARTHUR DEHMER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Track, 3 Susan Hill, Mackie MacDaniel, Gay Davis, Linda Mclnnis, Beverly Giles, and Judy Moore listen to last minute instructions from their “coach” Wayne Wellons. ANDREW SAMUEL DENTON F.H.S. 3, 4; Baumholder Am. H.S. 2; Basketball, 2; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 MARY LINDA DENTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Lib. Assist., Lib. Cl., 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM ARTHUR dePRATER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Spanish CL, 4 JAMES DICKSON DETTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres., 2; Intra. Basketball, 2, 4 JULIA ANN QUIZON DEVALA F.H.S. 3, 4 MICHAEL JOSEPH DEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, H.R. Pres., Intra. Bas- ketball, Key CL, 4; Monogram CL, Track, 2, 3, 4; All Eastern 4-A, Most Determined Player; Out- standing Senior Seniors Wear Out College Catalogues GAIL KRISTIE DICKENSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Marshall, 3; Scottish Dan., 3, 4; Stu. Forum, 2, 3, 4; Scottish Dancer U. Pres., 4 ROY CLARK DICKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A., Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Jr.- Sr. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S. Pub. Comm., 3; French Cl., 4 DWIGHT BENNETT DICKSON F.H.S. 4; Oxen Hill H.S. 2, Columbus H.S. 2, 3; F.T.A., 2; Hist. Cl., Rifle Team, 3; French Cl. 2, 3 JAMES BRUCE DILLARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JEFFREY GROVER DIXON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Drama Cl., 4 REES MICHAEL DONNESON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 4; Golf Team, 2, 3, 4 DAVID MICHAEL DORSEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Spanish CL, 3 BARBARA DIANNE DOWNING F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; D.E. Cl. V. Pres., 4 BRUCE WAYNE DOWNING F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Golf, 2, Intra. Basket- ball, 3 TERRY LEE DOWNS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3 ALICE REBECCA DOZIER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2; F.H.A., F.N.A., 2, 3 JOHN FRANCIS DOZIER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Track, 2, 3, 4; Football, H.R. Treas., 2; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., 3; Drama CL, 4 198 Cooking for ‘ " Zhe” College ARTHUR FRANCIS DRISCOLL F.H.S. 4; Frederick Military Academy 2, 3; American Community H.S. 3; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Track, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3 HERMAN WILSON DUNN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., Intra. Basketball, 2; D.E. CL, Miss F.H.S. Judge. Comm., 3 MARTHA ELLEN DUNN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., H.R. Sec., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3 MARY ANNE DUNN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2 ROBERTA LYNN DUNN F.H.S. 3, 4; Fort Knox H.S. 2, 3; Cheerleader, Soph. Class Treas., 2; F.N.A., Glee CL, H.R. Sec., 3; French CL, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Hardin County Forest Conservation Essay Award JOHNNY DAVID EDGE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres., 2; Baseball, JR.-SR. Comm., Stu. Forum, Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Intra Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, 2, 3 DENNIS CROSBY EDMUNDSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Library As- sistant 3; Nat. Merit Semi- Fin., 4 CHRISTINE ANNETTE ELLIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee CL, H.R. Sec., 2; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; French Q., LaFamac, 4; Scottish Dan. 3, 4; F.T.A., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Sgt.-at- Arms, Tri-Hi-Y, 3 Mrs. Livermore gives advice concerning colleges to Tommy Cotting- ham, Leigh Brooks, Jimmy Barnes, and Rita Baucom. 199 Seniors Perspiring palms, knocking knees, but- terfly stomachs — these are the symptoms of “College Board-itis.” Several Saturdays each year, this epidemic strikes F.H.S. as seniors gather to take their tests which are used as a basis for acceptance by most col- leges. Tim Peppe ponders the results of his SAT. SHIRLEY JEAN ENLOW F.H.S, 2, 3, 4; D.E. Club, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Intra. Basketball, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; V.O.T., 4 DONNA LEE EUBANKS F.H.S. 2. 3, 4; F.T.A., 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Sol. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 DARYL SUSANNE EVANS F.H.S. 3, 4; Mount Vernon H.S. 2; G.A.A., Fr. Club, Intra. Volleyball, 2; F.N.A., 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 DANNIE LEON EWING F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Canon City H.S. 2; Art Cl., 4; Basketball, Football, H.R. Vice-Pres., 2; H.R. Treas., Intra. Basketball, Track, 3 WILLIAM BRANNON FAIR F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 DAVID WAYNE FAIRCLOTH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball and Volleyball, 2, 3, 4; Art Cl., Drama Cl., 3, 4; Intra. Baseball, 2, 3; H.R. Vice-Pres., Football, 2; H.R. Sec., Jr.-Sr. and Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3 SHELIA RUBY FAIRCLOTH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; V.O.T., 4; F.H.A., Intra. Basket- ball, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3 WADE FAIRCLOTH, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 HENRY BYNUM FARRELL, HI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra, Volley- ball, 2, 3, 4; Band, Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Baseball; H.R. Vice-Pres., Spanish Club, 2 Ke cem College boards Kesults ELAINE FASUL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., F.N.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Latin Cl., Tri-Hi-Y, 2; Intra. Basket- ball, 2, 3; F.T.A., 3, 4 MICHAEL MOORE FELLS F.H.S. 4; H.H. Arnold H.S. 2; Needham Brough- ton H.S. 3; Hi-Y, 3 JOHN PAUL FEOLA F.H.S. 4 FRANK SHAW FERRETTI F.H.S. 3, 4; International School of Bangkok 2; Drama CL, 4; Football, Soccer, Weight-lifting, Decor. Comm., 2 PATRICIA IRENE FIELD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. CL, H.R. Sec.-Treas., 4; F.H.A., 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm., Stu. Forum, 3 HOLLIS ANN FIELDS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Latin CL, 2; F.H.S., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; F.T.A., 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Judges Comm., 3 MONNI LEE FINNERTY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, Band Letter Q., 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Governor’s School, 3; Art CL Pres., Drama CL, 4 JOHN WALTON FISHER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V.Pres., Track, 2, 3 VIRGINIA NORMAN FISHER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Latin CL V. Pres., Governor’s School, 2; Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., French CL, LaFamac, Stu. Forum Sec., 4; Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm., Scottish Dan. Sec., 3; Scottish Dan., 2, 3, 4; Stu. Forum, 2, 4 JO ELLYN FLEISHMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin CL, Miss F.H.S. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2 MARK ALAN FLEISHMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, H.R. Treas., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Glee CL, 2 CECELIA W. FORLINI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volley- ball, 4; Intra. Softball, 3, 4 i. 201 Seniors DAVID GERARD FRANK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Class Treas., 4; Glee Cl., Lat- in Cl. Treas., 2; H.R. Pres., 2, 4; H.R. V. Pres., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Key Q., Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4 LANA CELESTE FREEMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 MARY L. FURR F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., 2; F.N.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., Stu. Forum, 3 WILLIAM E. GARDNER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 FRANCES PAULA GARRARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., 2, 3; H.R. Sec., Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Spanish Cl., Tri- Hi- Y, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3 MADELINE GRACE GATES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2; French CL, 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., 2, 3; Nat. Honor.j Soc., 3, 4; H.R. Pres., LaFamac, Nat. Honor Soc. Hist., Stu. Forum, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3l MARY ELLEN GEIMER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Nat. Honor Soc., Spanish CL, 4; Intra. Bowling, 3, 4 SYLVIA FAYE GIBSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ; F.H.A., 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 202 Class of ’65 BEVERLY JO GILES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Soph. Class Treas., H.R. V. Pres., 2; H.R. Pres., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Jr.-Sr. Figure, Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; Head Cheerleader, LaFamac, Miss F.H.S. Cont., Drama CL, Tri- Hi- Y, H.R. Sec. 4; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; Marshal 3; Stu. Body Sec., Stu. Body Hist., D.A.R. Award; Outstanding Senior MARY ANN GILLEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Jr.-Sr. Tic. Comm.j Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., Latin CL, 3; Sen. Hi. Singers 3, 4; Spanish Cl. 4 PEGGY lOLA GLASS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Sr. Hi. Singers 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 SUSAN DALE GODFREY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin CL, H.R. Treas., 2; Jr.-Sr. Table Decor. Chm., Miss F.H.S. Lettering Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Art CL, 3, 4 DERWOOD HILLMAN GODWIN, JR. F.H.S. 3, 4; Toccon Falls Academy 2; Soccer, Football, Basketball, 2; Sr. Hi. Singers, Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 SHEILA LYNN GOFF F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Art CL, Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; German CL, 4; F.H.A., 2, 4 JAMES WILLIAM. GOODWIN F.H.S. 4; Georgia Military Academy 2, 3 KAY CHURCHILL GOODWIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Stu. Forum 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., 2, 3 SARAH STONE GORDON I F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Spanish ' CL, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 | 1 I VICKI ANN GORDY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; F.H.A., 4; F.N.A., 2, 3, 4 SAMUEL PERCY GORE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL KEITH GRABOWSKI F.H.S. 3, 4; Tahran American H.S. 2; Gramby H.S., 3; Letter CL, Baseball, Class Pres., Intra. Basketball, Intra. Football, Intra. Softball, Intra. Volleyball, Track, 2; Dormcouncil Award 203 Outstanding Seniors J ominated fot AGNES ANN GRAVES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cent., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2 JOHNNY ROBERT GREGORY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 RICHARD EARL GREGORY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 LARRY STEPHEN GRILL F.H.S. 4; Kent H.S. 2; Balboa H.S. 3; Wrestling 2; Teen Cl. Pres. 3 TERRI LEE GRODT F.H.S. 3, 4; Chateauroux 2; Art CL, Majorette, Golf, G.A.A., Nat. Honor Soc., 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 JAN GROSS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; F.H.A., G.A.A., 2; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm. 3; Intra. Volleyball 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 LINDA ELIZABETH GUESS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., LaFamac, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, 2; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3 JANICE MARIE GUY F.H.S. 4; Stedman H.S. 2, 3; Miss Stedman H.S. Cont., 2 DELORES ANN HADDOCK F.H.S. 4; Fort Campbell H.S. 2, 3; Majorette, F.H.A. Rec. Leader, 3; F.H.A. Parlia., Pep CL, 2; Chorus 3; Photographers CL 2, 3; Miss F.H.S., Cont., 4 PATRICIA JEAN HAILEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; H.R. Officer, Tri- Hi-Y, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. and Miss F.H.S. Comms., 3 JOHN STACEY HAIR, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres. 3; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 JAMES ARTHUR HALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, 4 204 Scholarships Nominees for the Morehead Scholar- ship are as follows: Coy Brewer, Rusty Qark, Skipper Oliver, Dean Wilson, and Nat Siewers. Nominees for the Reynolds Scholarship are Janine John- ston, Mary Rowe and Susan Parker (al- ternate). JAMES DAVID HALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ROBERT ELMER HALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 3; Lib. Assist., 4 TERESA ANN HALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. Cl., 3, 4 JAMES ELWIN HAMILTON, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3. 4; Basketball Manager, 3; Football Manager; Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball; H.R. Pres., 2; Hi-Y Sec., 4 SARAH HAMILTON F.H.S. 4 GAIL ERANCES HANRICK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cambridge High, Latin 2, 3; Baseball; H.R. Sec., 2; French CL, 3; Intra. Baseball, 4 TERRY SUE HARDMAN i F.H.S. 3, 4; Heidelberg Am. H.S., 2, 3; G.A.A., ' 2; German CL, 2, 4; Foreign Language Q., 2, ' 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 ; I MARGARET ELISABETH HAUSER | F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven.; H.R. ’ Sec., 2; Drama CL, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Figure, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 4 JOHN PATRICK HAWLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 205 Class of ’65 EDWARD MURPHY HAYES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 OLIVIA DIANNE HAYES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter Ci, Band Of- ficers CL, Band Qinics, Miss F.H.S. Cent., 3, 4; Major- ette, 2; Asst. Head Majorette, 3; Head Majorette, 4 Linda Blackwell orders her calling cards from Mr. Warren, while Ricky Brixon looks on with interest. BARBARA ELISABETH HEIKKINEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, German CL, 4; F.T.A., H.R. Sec., Latin CL, Stu. Forum, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont, 3, 4 LINDA LEA HERMANSEN | F.H.S. 3, 4; Bushy Park H.S. 2; Art CL, F.H.A., H.R. Sec., G.A.A., Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volley-| ball, Intra. Track, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 SANDRA LUCIA HERNANDEZ F.H.S. 4; Aberdeen H.S. 2, 3; Sp. Club, Health Careers CL, 2, 3; F.H.A., 2 ROBERT GASTON HERRING F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Intra. Vol- leyball, 2 MARY JEAN HESKETH | F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A., H.R. Sec., 2; Glee CL, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. and Miss F.H.S. Comms., Sp. Club, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; H.R. Treas.,; 4 PETER K. HETTEL F.H.S. 3, 4; Ludwigsburg H.S. 2; Band, 2, 3; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Football, 2 Seniors Order Calling Cards JAN ENGEL HICKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art Cl. Reporter, Nat. Honor Soc., 4 WILLIAM EDWARD HIGHSMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball, Monogram Cl., 4; Foot- ball, Glee Q., 3, 4; H.R. Pres., 3; Intra. Bas- ketball, 2, 3, 4 MARTHA JANE HILDEBRAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., Jr.-Sr. and Miss F.H.S. Comms., 3; KATHLEEN ADAMS HILL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Intra. Volleyball, 2; G.A.A., Miss F.H.S. and Jr.-Sr. Comms., Spanish Cl., World Peace Speaking Contest Winner, 3; Lib. Assist., 4; Debate Cl. Sec., 3 PATSY ATKINSON HILL F.H.S. 4; Greenville H.S. 2, 3; Glee Cl., H.R. Pres., Stu. Forum, 4; H.R. Sec., Health Careers CL, 2; Creative Writing Cl. 3; Miss G.H.S. Cont., 3 SUSAN EUNICE HILL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Soph. Vice-Pres., H.R. Treas., Intra. Volleyball, Jr.-Sr. Waitress, 2; Marshal 3; Cheerleader, H.R. Vice-Pres., LaFamac, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 TRUDY CHARLENE HILL F.H.S. 3, 4; Walter M. Williams 2; -F.T.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Sp. Club 2, 3 LELAND WARREN HOCUTT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. Club, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2; Cross Country, 2, 3 VICKY LEIGH HOFFMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3 JEFFREY LOUIS HOFSTETTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.S. Talent Show, 3rd place, 3 BECKY JO HOGGARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Vice-Pres., 2; F.H.A., Sp. Club, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3 MARTHA WRENN HOLLAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4; Sp. Club, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 207 Seniors Burn tke Midnigk SAM JUSTIN HOLLEY, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Coal Grove H.S. 2; “C” Clul Football, Track, B.A.A., Intra. Basketball, 2 Second Place District-State Scholarship Test, 2 Latin Cl., 4 STEPHANIE CAROL HOLLSTEIN F.H.S. 4; Fort Campbell H.S. 2, 3; Pep C Pres., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Cheerleader, 3; F.H.A 2, 3 LYNDA MARIE HOLMES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.5 Decor. Comm., 3 JOHN DEXTER HORNADAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleybal , Jr.-Sr. Comm ., Marshall, 3; Intra. Basketball, P 4; Hi-Y, Monogram CL, 4 JERRY LINWOOD HORNE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Intr.i Volleyball, 2 STEPHEN JAMES HOUSTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Clinics, Spat ish CL, 4 GEORGE ORMOND HOWARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Monogram CL, 2; Gol 2, 3 CYNTHIA JEAN HOWELL F.H.S. 3, 4; Glade Valley H.S. 2; Art CL, Cheei leader, Drama CL, Jr.-Sr. Waitress, 2; Intra. Bai ketball, Intra. Volleyball, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont 3, 4 MARIA ANNETTE HUGHES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art Club; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Commj Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Latin CL, 2; Trf Hi-Y, 2, 3 ' j i MARY KATHRYN HUGHES ! F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Jr.-S: Ticket Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3, Miss F .H.S. Cont., 2, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Tr Hi-Y District Co-Pres., 3, 4; F.H.A., 2 DEBORAH BROWNE HUTAFF F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French CL, Scottish Dan., 2, 3, 4 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Co-Chmn. Miss F.H.fi Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Figure, H.R. Sec., Fr. C Treas., 3; Stu. Forum, Tri-Hi-Y, 2; H.R. Sec LaFamac, Miss F.H.S. Court, Scottish Dan. Pres 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4 Homecoming Sponsor, 3 VICTORIA LYNN HUTCHESON F.H.S. 4; Central H.S. 2, 3; Stu. Council Rep! ' Quill and Scroll CL, Interclub Council, Annua i H.R. Vice-Pres., Fr. CL Pres., Jr.-Sr. Steerinj i Comm., 3; Fr. Club, 2, 3 i Oil While Studying for Smms! BARBARA ANN HUTHCHINSON F’.H.S. 3, 4; Itajuke Dep. H.S. 2; F.H.A. 3; Glee Cl., 2; Lib. Assist., 4 GERALD WAYNE IRELAND F.H.S. 3, 4; Decatur H.S. 2; Glee Cl., 2, 4; Intra. Basketball, 4 CARL SMITH IZQUIERDO F.H.S. 4; Cristobal H.S., 2, 3; Football, Bas- ketball, Baseball, Pep Band, 2, 3 KAREN BEVERLY JACKS F.H.S. 4; Seoul Am. H.S., 2; Killeen H.S., 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss Killeen H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3 REBECCA ANN JACKSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., H.R. Sec., 2; Intra. Bas- ketball, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Glee CL, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3 RONALD KENT JACKSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 4; Football, 2; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 JIMMY ARLEN JAMES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Drama CL, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 ROBERT BRUCE JERVIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Lib. Assist., 2 As the sun slowly rises in the East, Lorraine McLamh is still for exams. studying 209 I I CHARLES F. JESSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Baseball, Monogram C EARNEST FRED JOHNSON, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Letter Cl. ; 4; Band Officers CL, Band Clinics, 4 GARY WAYNE JOHNSON F.H.S. 3, 4; Radford H.S. 2; H.R. Pres., Trad 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Monoarai CL, 2, 4 JAMES ROBERT JOHNSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football, Jr.-S: Waiter, Stu. Forum, H.R. V. Pres., 2; Golf, H.F Pres., 3; Intra. Basketball, Track, 2, 3. LINDA DIANE JOHNSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. CL, 4 JANINE GILCHREST JOHNSTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, French CL, Gk Q. Accomp. and Stu. Dir., 4; Glee CL, 2, 4; H.l V. Pres., Jr.-Sr. Waiter and Waitress Comm., Ji Sr. Figure, Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm. Cbm., J Class Rep., Courtesy Cup, 3; Stu. Forum 2; Na Honor Soc., 3, 4 BRENDA KAREN JONES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Glee CL, 2, 3, 4; Mis F.H.S. Cont., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2 ; DAVID GARRETT JONES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Assist., Lib. CL Parlia., 4 i Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist , ELISABETH ANNE JONES i F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., 3, 4 I I i I i HOMEROOM VICE-PRES I IDENTS: Mike Smith, Sherr ' Slover, Lorraine McLaml 1 Tommy Cottingham, Lind I Guess, Jenny Fisher, Susa: i Hill, Frances Katsoudas i Barry Clause. Seniors — Class of 65 MICHAEL EMERSON JONES F.H.S. 3, 4 NORMA MAXINE JONES H.S. 2, 3, 4; Oroville Union H.S., 2, 3; Pep il., Tennis Cl., 2, 3; Tennis Cl. Pres., 2; G.A.A., ; D.E. CL, 4 JACK NORMAN JORDAN MI.S. 4; Crescenta Valley H.S., 2, 3; Football, ' , 3; Band, 2 JOHN ALFRED JORDAN - .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Poster Comm. Cbm., ntra. Basketball, Stu. Forum, 3; Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 TONY PARKS JORDAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. CL, 4 THEODORE LEE JOYCE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3 SHIRLEY JO JOYNER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Comm., Spanish Club, Jr.-Sr. Comm., Intra. Volleyball, 3; G.A.A., 2, 3; Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 IRENE CATHERINE JUDD F.H.S. 4; St. Mary’s H.S., 2, 3; Cheerleader, Y.C.S., Basketball, 2, 3; Y.C.S. Sec., Basketball Capt., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 JEROME H. ' KACZMAROWSKI F.H.S. 3, 4; St. Joseph’s. Prep. School, 2; Base- ball, H.R. V. Pres., Football, 2; Basketball, 2, 3; Track, 3 FRANCES MARIE KATSOUDAS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, G.A.A., 2; Jr.- Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; French CL, 2, 3; H.R. V. Pres., 2, 3 , JUDY LEAH KEM iF.H.S. 4; Platteview H.S., 2; Cheney H.S. 2, 3; :Band, Lib. Assist., 2; Art CL, 3; Glee CL, 2, 3; Soph. Class Treas., 2; Jr. Qass Treas., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 PATRICIA LEE KENNEDY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., F.N.A., Stu. Forum, 3; Lib. Club Treas., 4; H.R. Treas., 2, 3, 4 211 i ' 1 . . Mr Js 7oul, Judy Moore, Susan Stone, and Susan Lambeth present to their class the witches scene from Macbeth. ROBERT WILSON KING, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Stu. Council Rep., D.A.R. Citizenship Award, H.R. Pres., 2; Deleg. To Nom. Conven., Intra. Basket- ball, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Chm. Publicity, Jr.-Sr. Figure, N.H.S. V. Pres., Marsh- al, Miss F.H.S. Clean- up Comm. Chm., U.S. History Award, 3; H.R. Pres., Nat. Merit Semi- Fin., 4; Nat. Honor Soc., Stu. Forum, 3, 4; Key Cl. and Board of Dir., 2, 3, 4; Lt. Gov. of Div. 4, 3; Gov. of Car. District, 4 KATHRYN MARY KINGSBURY F.H.S. 4; Balboa H.S. 2, 3; F.T.A., 2, 3; F.N.A., Mythology CL, 2; Folk-singers Q., Newspaper staff, Quill and Scroll, Award in Joum., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Jr. Ring Comm., Visit- or’s Day Comm., 3 GEORGE ALFRED KINLAW F.H.S. 4; Carolina Military Academy 2, 3; Track and Football Manager, Monogram CL, 3 JAMES DAVID KINLAW, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3; Track, 2 MATTIE ZERETIA KISH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Lib. Assist., 3, 4 PAUL RICHARD KORIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Track, 2 PAUL STUART KRONSBURG F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Program Comm., Miss F.H.S. Usher, 3 PAUL WILLIAM KROUSE F.H.S. 3, 4; St, Josephs 2 %Hd 9oul J$ 7air y ♦ ♦ ♦ I EDWARD ALAN LABONNE [.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cross Country, 3; Latin CL, 2; jrack, 3, 4 SUSAN WHITFIELD LAMBETH ’.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. To Nom. Conven., H.R. fee., Intra. Basketball, 2; H.R. Pres., Jr.-Sr. ' omm.. Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; French CL, ' ’.T.A., Tri-Hi-Y Pres., 4; Tri-Hi-Y Sec., 3; Tri- ' li-Y, 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 L JOHN GIRD LANIUS ' .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball, Football, 2, 3 4; Hi-Y, , 3; Latin CL, 3; Monogram CL, 3, 4; Most Val- lable Player; Outstanding Senior JAMES CARL LARAMEE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Track, 3, 4 WAYNE ROBERT LARLZ F.H.S. 2, 4; Hahnville H.S. ; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2; Track, 2, 4 I STEPHEN EVERETT LARKIN iF.H.S. 3, 4; Delone Catholic High 2; Football, Stage Crew of School Play, Boy’s Chorus, 2 JAMES PALMER LATTIMORE F.H.S. 3, 4; Towson S.H. 2; Baseball 3, 4; Foot- ball 4; Monogram Q. 2, 3, 4; Soccer, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Mixed Chorus, Intra. Soft- ball, Intra. Basketball, 2 BRENDA SUSAN LAWS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Stu. Forum, Spanish CL, 2; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., H.R. Sec., 3; H.R. Sec., 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM FLOYD LEDBETTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2 SHEILA ANN LEE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; T.H.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; F.H.A. Treas., 4 STEVE POWELL LEONARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Monogram CL, Track, 3, 4; Best Blocker All East PATRICIA ANN LETRENT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin CL, 2; F.T.A., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3 213 b A Zem Papers!! J eed Wi JOHN FRANKLIN LIGON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3 KATHRYN JENKINS LINDSAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres. 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y V. Pres. 4 WORRELL KEMP LINDSAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, H.R. V. Pres., 2; Deleg. To Nom. Conven., Tennis, Intra. Basket- ball, 3; Latin CL, 2; Monogram CL, 3, 4 CHARLES HENRY LINSTRUM F.H.S. 4; Bud Kreuznach Am. H.S. 2, 3; Amer- ican Mathematics Assoc. Award MILDRED LOUISE LITTLEJOHN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Treas., 2; F.H.A. V. Pres. 3; F.H.A. Pres. 4; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA FRANCES LOOMIS F.H.S. 4; Wiesbaden H.S. 2; Ludwigsburg Am. H.S. 3; Drama CL, Stu. Counc., Tennis, Deleg. to Transatlantic Assoc, of Stu. Counc., G.A.A., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Intra. Basket- ball, Intra. Volleyball, 2, 3 ABRAHAM JOHN LOPEZ F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt H.S. 2; Basketball, Foot- ball, Monogram CL, 3, 4; Baseball, 3; Band, Football, Baseball, Basketball, 2; EMERY ROBERT LOUNSBERRY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PAMELA JO LUSK F.H.S. 3, 4; Munich Am. H.S. 2; Glee CL, 3; German CL, 4 ROGER KENT MACAULEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee CL, 2, 3, 4; Drama CL, 4 JEANNETTE ELLIOTT MACKETHAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French CL, 3, 4; F.T.A., 4; Scot- tish Dan., 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm. Chm., Jr.-Sr. Figure, Miss F.H.S. Entertainment Comm. Chm., Scottish Dan. Treas., 3 SUSAN ANN MACKLEY F.H.S. 4; Drama CL, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 214 Say HOWARD EUGENE MAGRUDER F.H.S. 3, 4; Northwest- ern High, Bradwell Inst., 2; Central High, 3; Art CL, Spanish CL, 4 EDNA MALLORY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2; Miss F.H.S. Sol. and Decor. Comm., 3; Cheer- leader, 4 Mary Geimer works hard on her term paper. CAROLE ANN MANSFIELD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 2; Latin CL, Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Art CL Treas., 3, 4; Spanish a., 4 MARLA ANNE MANUEL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PATRICK HUGH MARKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, 3, 4 EDWIN BRITT MARTIN, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Football, Glee CL, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres., 2, 4; H.R. V. Pres., 3; Monogram CL, 3, 4; Best Defensive Player, 4 PATRICIA ANNE MARTIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A., Lib. Assist., 4; Miss F.H.S. Sol. and Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Accessory Comm., 3 ROBERT EARL MARTIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., Latin Q., 2 215 M dsurements Me Zaken BETTY LOU ' MASSENGILL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A., Intra. Sport, Latin Q., 2; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Lib. Assist., 3, 4; Nat. Honor Soc., 4 GABRIELE MASSEY F.H.S. 3, 4; 71st H.S. 2; F.H.A., 2; G.A.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Intra. Bas- ketball, 3 John Fisher carefully measures Belinda Rouse for her graduation cap. ALLYSON BRENDA MASTERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres., Stu. Forum, LaFamac, 4; Jr.-Sr, Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Poster Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3 PAUL W. MATHWIN F.H.S. 3, 4; LeiLei Hula H.S. 2; Intra. Basket- ball, Intra. Volleyball, 2 MEREDITH GILL MATTHEWS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, 2, 3; Jr.- Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3 WARREN DUNCAN MATTHEWS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, Lib. Assist., 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Glee CL, Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Intra. Baseball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm., Spanish CL, 3 MARILYN LOUISE MAXIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Assist. Sec., 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3 MARY ELIZABETH MAYVILLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A., 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Jr.-Sr. Invit. and Decor. Comms., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3; Spanish CL, 3, 4 216 for QraduatioH Caps and 0owhs CHARLES JOSEPH McBENNETT ’.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Troutman H.S. 2; Latin CL, Rep., ; D.E. CL, 3, 4; Pres. D.E. CL, 4 LUCY BERNARD McBRYDE LH.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., 3; Miss F.H.S. ' ont.. Band Letter CL, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4 PATRICK ALLAN McCARTHY LH.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres., 2; Intra. Basketball, !, 3 LINDA JEAN McCOLLUM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3 HERMAN MAX McCORKLE F ' .H.S. 2, 3, 4; French CL, 4; Key CL, Golf, 2, 3, 1; Stu. Forum, 2, 3; Nat. Hon. Soc., 3, 4 BARBARA MACLYN McDANIEL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Waitress, 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Spanish CL, 2, 3; Cheerleader, 3, 4; Glee CL, Tri-Hi-Y, k 3, 4 STEVE ELVIN McDANIEL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PEGGY NEAL McDIARMID F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; F.N.A. 4; H.R. Sec., 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Chap- lain Tri-Hi-Y, 4 CHARLOTTE ANN McGEHEE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., F.T.A., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Hist. F.T.A., 4 DAVID DION McGRAW F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Clarksville H.S. 2; Del. Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., 2; Monogram CL, 4; Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Most Improved Player, Football Award CAROL ANN McHANEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin CL 2; Del. Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., F.N.A., Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm. Chm., Jr.- Sr. Steering Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Prog. Comm. Chm., 3; LaFamac, Editor, 4; Nat. Hon. Soc., 3, 4 DANIEL ANGUS McINNIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Del. Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., Jr.- Sr. Comm., 3; French CL, 4; Nat. Hon. Soc., 3, 4 217 Mrs. Safran speaks to seniors interested in trying-out for the senior class play. ‘‘Zorn LINDA HALL McINNIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Fut. Nurses, Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Spanish CL, Alt. Cheerleader, 2; Jr. -Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Tri- Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 PATSY ANN McIntosh F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, Majorette, 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; F.H.A., 4 RICHARD LEON McKEITHAN F.H.S., 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y, H.R. Pres., 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm., 3 GLORIA MARIE McKNIGHT F.H.S., 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 LORRAINE BROOKS McLAMB F.H.S., 2, 3, 4; Latin CL, 2; Bulldog, Jr.-Sr. Chm. Acces. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm., 3; Figure, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; French CL, Lafamac, 4; H.R. Sec., 2, 3; H.R. V. Pres., 4 LONA MARGO McLAURIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 AUGUSTUS DIXON McLEOD F.H.S., 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., 2, 3; Football, 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Inv. Comm., 3; Baseball, 4 GENIO MARGARET McNEILL F.H.S. 3, 4; Tucker High Sch. 2, French Club, F.T.A., H.R. Sec.-Tr. 2; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3, Miss F.H.S. Contestant 3, 4 JOHNNY ARCH McQUEEN F.H.S. 3, 4 218 Selected as Senior Class Play RALPH CAREY MEARES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec.; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3 MICHAEL WAYNE MEAUT F.H.S. 4; Baumholder Am. H.S. 2, 3; Lib. Assist., 4; Newspaper, 3; Wrestling, Qiess Cl. Science CL, Chorus, Football, 2 MARIA TERESA MENENDEZ F.H.S. 3, 4; Coral Gables H.S. 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor, and Clean-up Comm., 3 JACK EDWARD MILLER F.H.S. 4; Paris Am. H.S. 2, 3; Football, H.R. Rep., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Intra. Football, Madrigal Singers, 2, 3; Wrestling, 2; Stu. of the Month Award, Mad- rigal Award JEFFREY DAVID MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Latin CL, 2; Spanish CL, 3; Golf, 2, 3 JERRY MEYER MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Debate Q., Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Letters Comm., 3; Spanish Q., 3, 4; WILLIAM JAMES MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Thomas Jefferson H.S. 2; Swim- ming, 2; Track, 3, 4 MARTHA ELLEN MILLWEE F.H.S. 4; Yamato H.S. 2; 71st H.S. 3; Pep CL, Chorus, 2 MARLENE MIODUSZEWSKI F.H.S. 4; St. Martha’s Convent 2, 3; Intra. Bas- ketball, 4; French CL, Fencing, Net Ball Team, 2, 3 MICHALENE MIODUSZEWSKI F.H.S. 4; St. Martha’s Convent 2, 3; Intra. Bas- ketball, 4; Lib. Assist. 3; Netball, Tennis, 2, 3, 4; Fencing, 2, 3; ROBERT NICK MONACO F.H.S. 3, 4; Baumholder H.S. 2; Wrestling, Ger- man CL, 2 JUDY ANN MONTEROSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Drama CL, Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms, H.R. V. Pres., 4; H.R. Sec., Intra. Basketball, 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Stu. Forum Pro. Tern., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4; Scottish Dan., 3, 4 219 Career ' Day PATRICK LEE MONTGOMERY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band, 3, 4 ANDREA EARLE MOORE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., 2; F.N.A., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; H.R. Treas., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 ’‘Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief . . . Which shall I be on Career Day?” JUDITH AILENE MOORE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.H. Arnold H.S., 2; G.A.A., Drama Q., Pep CL, Racket Squad, Stu. Co. Rep., 2; F.T.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; H.R. Sec., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Art CL, Bulldog, Tri-Hi-Y, 4 DOROTHY HUNTER MORRISS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm., 3; H.R. Sec., 4 CLAUDE STEVEN MOSLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3 SARA CAROLYN MOSS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 SUE VAIL MOSS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Art Cl. Parlia., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Intra. Softball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Monogram Cl., Tennis, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Co-Chm., Jr.-Sr. Clean-up Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Spanish Q., 3; Drama CL, LaFamac, 4; Scholastic Art Award, Cert, of Merit, 2 CLARENCE WILLIAM MURPHY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Intra. Volleyball, Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., Football, 2; H.R. V. Pres., 3 220 Seniors — Class of 65 JUDY PINES MURRAY ' .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Spanish CL, 2; Jr. Class Rep., lei. Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Fig- re, Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; H.R. Treas., La- ' amac, 4; F.T.A., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Treas., ' .T.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Scottish Dan., 3, 4; KENNETH RYAN MURRAY H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin Q., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss ' .H.S. Comm., 3 PRISCILLA DEON NANNEY H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., 2; Miss F.H.S. ]omm., 3; F.H.A., 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4; jb. Assist., 3, 4 SHARYN ANN NEIDER .H.S. 3, 4; Pearl McLarin 2; Beta CL, Chorus, I; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 FRANK LARRY NELSON ! F.H.S. 4; I MARK ALAN NEWBOLD F.H.S. 4; Forrest Sherman H.S. 2, 3; Football and Basketball Mgr., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Waiter, Monogram CL, Play, 3 LINDA CAROL NICK F.H.S. 3, 4; Verdun American H.S. 2; V. Pres. Franco-American CL, Sec. Travel CL, 2; Lib. Assist., 4 SUSAN BAKER NIMOCKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; French CL, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 MARLENE DORIS NOLLENBERGER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nat. Sch. Art Award, 2; H.R. V. Pres., Co-Chr. Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm., Marshal, Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Bulldog, Drama CL, Sr. Class Rep., 4; Art Q., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; Art Q. .Reporter, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Outstanding Senior ROBERT DAVID NORMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2; D.E. CL, 4 SALLI GILL NORRIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Drama CL 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3; German CL, 4 JOHN MARCOS NOWELL F.H.S. 3, 4; Numberg American H.S. 2; Tricther Rep., Baseball, H.R. Treas., Lib. Assist., 2; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3 221 Seniors — Class of ' 65 GLORIA JANE NUNNERY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4 CURTIS YOUNG OAKLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, 3 PAMELA KAY OAKLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; East Anchorage H.S. 2; Intra, i Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3; H.R. Vice- , Pres., 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 KATHLEEN O’DAY F.H.S. 4; Lakenheath H.S. 2, 3; German CL, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Pep CL, 2 JOHN MOULTRIE OLIVER, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Track, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball, 2, 3; Key CL, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Stu. Forum, Spanish Q., 3; Monogram CL, 3, 4; All- East Football; Morehead Scholarship Nominee SANDRA SUE OLIVER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. Club, 4; F.H.A., 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Spanish CL, 2 MARTHA CHARLENE OLLIFF ' F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Lib. Assist. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Scottish Dan., 3, 4 ERIC THOMAS OLVER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Monmouth Regional H.S. 2; Base- j ball, Intra. Basketball, 2 | TIMOTHY JOHN O’NEIL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Treas., 4 BONNIE MARIE O’QUINN F.H.S. 4; York High School 2, 3; French CL, F.H.A., 2 CAROL GAGE ORCHEL F.H.S. 3, 4; Ludwigsburg H.S. 2, 3; Pep CL, F.T.A., Cheerleader, 2; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Nat. Honor Soc., 4 GARY CHARLES O’ROURKE F.H.S. 4; St. Louis H.S. 2; Leilehua H.S. 3; 222 HOMEROOM SECRETARIES: Brenda Laws, Marsha Beard, Debby Hutaff, Peggy McDiarmid, Beverly Giles, Kristie Dick- inson, Dotsy Morris, Pam Belt, Scot Cameron, Cookie Tatalaj- ski, Debby Watson, Gayle York. MARTIN ORTOGERO, JR. F.H.S. 3, 4; Waianae High School 2 PATRICIA HONORA O’SULLIVAN F.H.S. 3, 4; St. Genevieve of Pines Girls Academy 2; Class Pres., 2; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 LYNDA MARIE OVERMANN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, H.R. Sec., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Spanish CL, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., 3, 4; H.R. Sec. and Treas., 4 CLYDE HOLMES OWEN, II F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3 JANICE OWENBY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., H.R. V. Pres., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2; H.R. Pres., Jr.-Sr. Waitress and Waiter Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; F.H.A. 3, 4; Drama CL, Stu. Forum, Homecoming Sponsor, Homecoming Queen, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 JO ANNE PALMER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Bowling, 2; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., Miss F.H.S. Sol. Comm., 3; Lib. Assist., 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 CAROLYN RENETTE PARKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 SUSAN MARION PARKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., Latin CL, 2; Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2, 3; French CL, F.T.A., Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; French CL Pres., LaFamac, 4 DONNA LEE PARKERSON F.H.S. 4; Bellingham H.S. 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Tri-Hi-Y Treas., 2; German CL, 3, 4 223 ' « GERALD CECIL PENLAND F.H.S. 3, 4; 71st H.S. 2; Kingsport H.S. 3; Hi-Y, 4; Monogram CL, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Football, 2 ANNE LOUISE PENDER F.H.S. 3, 4; Johnson H.S. 2; Soph. Class Sec., G.A.A., 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3 CYNTHIA HARRIET PARNELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. Cl., 3, 4; Intra. Basketba ' 2; Intra. Volleyball, 3 BARBARA JEAN PARRISH | F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt H.S. 2; Deleg. to No’ Conven., G.A.A., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H; Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 ANDREW FRANK PASTERNAK F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt Am. H.S., 2 RONALD DAVID PATE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 SYLVIA ELAINE PATRICK F.H.S. 4; Monroe Area H.S., 3; F.H. A., 1 Hi-Y, 2 GAFFORD YANCEY PEARCE ' .H.S. 4; Heidelberg H.S. 2, 3; Glee CL, 2, ; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Lib. Assist., 3; Track 2, 3 i [ 1 224 Seniors “Hey, ya’ll! I thought of her first! Seniors — Class of ' 65 TIMOTHY ALAN PEPPE H.S. 4; Clarksville H.S. 2; Latin CL, 2; ■R. Pres., Stu. Forum, 4 LARRY ELLIS PERRY F.H.S. 4; Gar-Field H.S. 2, 3; JEROME KARL PERSON H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Spanish CL, 3 CAROL ANN PETHEL ,H.S. 4; Woodrow Wilson H.S., 2; Cradock .S. 3; Lib. Assist., 4 RARRARA DIANE PFLEGL .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2; French CL, Jr.-Sr. omm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., German CL, 4; .N.A., 3, 4 LINDA KATHRINE PHARR ■H.S. 4; Bearden H.S. 2, 3; Nat. Hon. Soc., 3; .N.A., 4; Spanish CL, 2, 3 LINDA FAYE PHILLIPS .H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., 2; F.H.A., F.N.A., Jr.- r. Comm., Miss F.H.k Cont., Miss F.H.S. bmm., Spanish CL, 3; F.T.A., 4; Glee CL, 2, 3, SANDRA KAY PHILLIPS ' .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Spanish CL, 3; ib. Assist., 4 JOHN RICHARD PIEKLIK ’.H.S. 4; Ridgemont H.S. 2; Car-Lisle Sr. H.S. ; Basketball 2; Band, 3; Golf, 4; Intra. Basket- all, 3, 4 RENOTA SUE PIERCE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; SAMMY DARE PIERCE ’.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Assist., 2; Art CL, 2, 3; ntra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 ANNA CECELIA PILON ’.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. lonun., 3; French Q., 2, 3, 4 225 JAMES ALSTON PITTMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to St«. Co. Nom. Conven., H.R. Pres., Latin CL, 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Figure, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Stu. Forum, Miss F.H.S. Usher, Stu. Co. Tal. Show Winner, 3; H.R. Sec., Spanish Cl. Sec., 4; Key CL, Spanish CL, 3, 4 JOHN LYNN PITTMAN F.H.S. 4; Fishbume Military School 2, 3; Bas- ketball, Honor Guard, 2, 3; Track Drill, 3 WANDA JOY PITTS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Spanish Cl., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 GLENN MICHAEL PLEASANT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Jr.-Sr. Pro. Comm., 3; H.R. V. Pres., 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 ROBERT JACKSON POWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, French CL, H.R. V. Pres., Miss F.H.S. Lighting Comm., Miss F.H.S. Figure, 3; H.R. Pres., Stu. Forum, 4; Intra. Basketball, Key CL, 2 , 3, 4 ELAINE SUZETTE PRICE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., H.R. Treas., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Coni., 3 LARRY WAYNE PRICE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2; Baseball, Monogram CL, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3 HOWARD BLAKE PROCTOR F.H.S. 4; King Henry’s H.S. 2; Basketball, Drama CL, Jr.-Sr. Waiter, Chess CL, Rugby Team, Intra. Soccer, 2; Jr.-Sr. Programs Comm., Miss F.H.S. Lighting Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, German CL, 4 NICHOLAS GEORGE PSAKI, III F.H.S. 4; East Anchorage H.S. 2 , 3; Intra. Bas- ketball, Monogram Cl. Spanish CL, Football, Jr. Red Cross, Chess CL, Pep CL; 2, 3; Key CL, 2, 3, 4; Stu. Forum, 3; Spanish Cl. Pres., Jr. Red Cross V. Pres., Ski Team, Cotillion Ci, 3 As a money raising project for the senior class, a magazine drive is held in which all seniors participate. Reviewing some of the magazines which will be sold during the drive are Pat Loom- is, George Cameron, Emily Sutherland, Jane Ricketts, Hillman Godwin, Paul Butler, and Linda Guess. Senior Class Project — M iae Sale VIRGINIA MAE PUCKETT F.H.S. 3, 4; Austin H.S. 2; Letterman in G.A.A., 2 MARTHA ELIZABETH PULLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Stu. Forum, 2; Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Tic. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 JOHN MICHAEL PURCELL F.H.S. 4; Steinmetz H.S. 2; Mannheim Am. H.S. 2, 3; German -American CL, 3 JOHN PHILIP PURSER F.H.S. 3, 4; Stranhan H.S. 2; Art CL, Miss F.H.S. Poster Comm., 3 BARBARA JEAN QUIGLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 LILLIAN ROBERTA RABON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; D.E. CL, 4 BRENDA JOYCE RAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., Miss F.H.S. and Jr.-Sr. Comms., 3 KENNETH JEFEREY RAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Track, 2, 3; Football, 3 MARCIA LYNNE RAY F.H.S. 4; Goldsboro H.S. 2, 3; Pep CL 2, 3; Biology CL Sec.-Treas., Science CL, Scholastic Marshal, Spanish CL, Annual Staff, Stu. Assoc. Rep., 3 WILLIAM DAVID READLING F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 DAVID JOSEPH REICH, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; H.R. V. Pres. 2; H.R. Pres. 3; Intra. Basketball, Track, 2, 3, 4; CLAUD OLIVER RENAULD, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 227 Seniors Attend Prom Qiven RAYMOND RUDOLPH RENFROW, JR. F.H.S. 2, 4; Carolina Military Acad. 3; Latin CL, 2; Spanish CL, Baseball, 3 DAVID SCOTT REVIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art. CL 3, 4 VIOLA RICHARDS F.H.S. 4; Kaisers Lantern Am. H.S. 2, 3; Drama Cl. 2 ; Cheerleader, Pep Q., 3; D.E. CL, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; German- American CL, 2, 3 DOROTHY ODUM RICHARDSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, Stu. Forum, 2; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm., Jr.-Sr. Figure, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; F.N.A., 4 MARIAN SHIELDS RICHARDsi)N F.H.S. 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Court, 4; ROBERT FRANK RICHARDSON F.H.S. 3, 4; Verdun H.S. 2; Nat. Merit Semi- Finalist WILLIAM W. RICKARD F.H.S. 3, 4; H.R. Officer 2; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Science CL, 2; Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist JANE GREER RICKETTS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., Jr.-Sr. Dates Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Tri- Hi-Y, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Homecoming .Sp. 3, 4 CHARLES LEE RILEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, 2 RAFAEL RIVERA F.H.S. 4; Numburg Am. H.S. 2, 3; Football, 3; Lifetime Sports, 2; Lettermen Club, 2, 3 PATRICIA ANN ROBINSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. CL Treas. 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; F.H.A. Sec., H.R. Treas., Jr.-Sr. Program Comm., Miss F.H.S., 3 CELIA TERESA RODRIGUEZ F.H.S. 4; Eastern District H.S. 2, 3; Deleg. to Nom. Conven. 3; F.T.A., 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 228 L 7 Zkeir Mo Hor SCOTT LONDON ROGERS F.H.S. 3, 4; Madrid H.S. 2; Football, Basketball, Base- ball, Monogram Q., 2 JOAN DIANE ROSS F.H.S, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, Intra. Basketball, 2; F.H.A., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Glee CL, 2, 3, 4 Mike Dey knows that the way to Carol Orchel’s heart is to give her flowers for the Jr.-Sr. Prom. REGINA LYNN ROSSMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Stu. Conn. Nom. Conven. Stu. Forum, Tri-Hi-Y 2; Miss D.E. of N.C., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 4; D.E. CL, 3, 4 JIM THEODORE ROUPAS F;H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., 2; Glee Q., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Football, 2, 3, 4; Monogram CL, 4 BELINDA RUTH ROUSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., Spanish CL, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 GLEN EDWARD ROWE F.H.S. 4; Lakenheath Senior H.S. 2, 3; Football, Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, 3; Spanish CL, 2, 3 MARY CAROLINE ROWE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Stu. Coun. Nom. Conven., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2; Stu. Forum, 3; LaFamac, Nat. Hon. Soc., Band Letter CL Treas., 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, 3, 4 ANNE ELIZABETH ROYALTY F.H.S. 4; Ft. Campbell H.S., 2, 3; Pep CL, 2, 3; Drill Team, Spanish Cl., H.S. Choir, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 i i 229 y HOMEROOM TREASURERS: Mike Grabowski, A1 Pittman, Doug Bris-Bois, Charles Vickers, Richard Schroer, Linda Truelove, Carol Ann McHaney, Phyllis Cole, Jean Hesketh, Pat Kennedy, Beverly Byrd. DONALD RALPH RUNKLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Monogram CL, Tennis, 4; Track, 2 HERBERT LEON RUSHING F.H.S. 4; Gibson H.S. 2, 3; F.F.A. 2, 3 Seniors i MARY SUSAN RUSS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Contest, 4 ALLEN DELWIN RUTLEDGE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Football, 2; H.R. Pres., Intra. IBasketball , Marshal, 3 LOIS JUNE SABATH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French Cl. Hist., H.R. Pres., Stu. Forum, Lib. Assist, 4; Latin Cl. Sec., 2; Nat. Honor SoC., 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist ELLEN DOUGLAS SAFRAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; St. Mary’s Jr. College 3; Glee CL, 2, 4; Latin CL, Tri-Hi-Y, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 LUIS PHILLIP SALAS F.H.S. 4; Mons. McLancy Mem. H.S. 2, 3; Latin CL, 2; Science CL, 3 CHERYL ROSE SANGER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4; Band Clinics, 4 Class of 1965 FLORENCE REBECCA SAPP F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French Cl., F.T.A., 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3 STEPHEN RICHARD SATISKY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas. 2; Intra. Basketball, Spanish CL, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3 ROY WAYNE SAUNDERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Manager 3; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 JO ANN SCHAFFORD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French Cl. F.N.A., 4; Jr.-Sr. Re- freshments Comm., 3; Latin Cl. 2 MARK SCHREIBER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, 4 RICHARD JOSEPH SCHROER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven. 2; H.R. Treas., Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist, 4; Latiij CL, 2, 3; Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4 HELEN STUART SCOTT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor, and Dates Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3 RONALD CLYDE SCOTT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball, 2 RONALD HOWARD SESSOMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2, 3; H.R. Sec., 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; MARTHA HARRIET SHAW F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 3; H.R. V. Pres., Intra. Volleyball, 2; Intra. Basketball, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 JUDITH BARBARA SHAY F.H.S. 4; Kubasaki H.S. 2, 3; Leavenworth H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Nat. Honor Soc., 4; Pep Squad, French CL, Stu. Counc. Rep., Scholastic Award, 2; Drill Team, 2, 3; Math CL, Annual Staff, Girl’s Rifle Team, Nat. Honor Soc., 3; F.T.A., Band, Band Award, 2 SUSAN JEAN SHIELDS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Jr.-Sr. Waiter and Waitress Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; H.R. Sec., Stu. Forum, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 231 The last week oi each school year denotes “senior privileges week.” Tak- ing advantage of the opportunity of being first in the lunch line are Johnny Dozier, Jimmy Hamilton, Judy Creed, Gay Davis, and Joy Ray. TERRY HUDSON SHIRLEY F.H.S. 4; Izmir H.S. 2, 3; Boxing, 2; V. Pres. Jr. Oass, Monogram CL, 3; Soccer, Track, Wres- tling, 2, 3 CHRISTIAN NATHANIEL SIEWERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2; Jr. Class V. Pres., Figure, Marshal, Stu. Co. WoTrkshop, Jr.-Sr. Chm. Figure Comm., Bus. Mgr. Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Stu. Co. V. Pres., French CL, Pres. Stu. Forum., 4; Key CL, 2, 3, 4; V. Pres. Key CL 4; H.R. Pres., 2, 3 AUDREY ANN SIMMONS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., 3; F.N.A. 4; F.H.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Sec. F.H.A., 4 JANE ELLEN SIMONEAU F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., Tri-Hi-Y, 2; H.R. Sec., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3 DAVID WILLIAM SISCO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; French CL, 2; Art CL, Drama CL, 3; Football Monogram CL, 2, 3; Intra. Basket- ball, Track, 2, 3, 4 SHERRY SUSAN SLOVER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., Stu. Forum, Spanish CL, Tri-Hi-Y, 2; Dei. Stu. . Co. Nom. Conven., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; French Cl. V. Pres., H.R. V. Pres., LaFamac, Nat. Hon. Soc., 4; F.T.A., 3, 4; V. Pres. F.T.A., 4 HELEN INEZ SMALS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 2 BARBARA ALLEN SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; F.H.A., 4 CHERYL CHASE SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, 3, 4 if I; 232 Seniors — Class of ' 65 COLON TRACY SMITH, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Band Clinics State All-Star, Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Soliciting Comm., 3 JAMES NORRIS SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Stu. Forum, 2 JOHN RONALD SMITH F.H.S. 2 , 3, 4 KATHLEEN PATRICIA SMITH F.H.S. 3, 4; Grant H.S. 2; Grant H.S. Girl’s League, 2; French Cl., F.T.A., 4; Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S. Entertainment Comm., 3 KATHRYN ELIZABETH SMITH F.H.S. 2 , 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2 , 3: Intra. Volleyball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3 MICHAEL PAUL SMITH F.H.S. 2 , 3, 4; Band, 2 , 3, 4; Band Letter CL, Band Clinics, Hi-Y, 3, 4; Band Letter Cl. V. Pres., H.R. V. Pres., 4; H.R. Treas., Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm., 3; Spanish CL, 2; Intra. Basketball, 2 , 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi- Finalist NANCY PATRICIA SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Intra. Volleyball, 2 , 3; Intra. Basketball, Latin CL, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 SAUNDRA KAYE SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, Miss F.H.S. Cont., Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; Art CL Pres., H.R. V. Pres., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; H.R. Sec., Latin CL, 2 ■ ganwi Jt 1 ' During the last week of school, seniors with sixth period study halls are allowed to leave early. If Peggy and Pat don’t hurry, Ronnie and Greg won’t beat the crowd. 233 Remember, Neil, patience is a golden virtue. SHARON ROSE SOLOMON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2; F.T.A., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3 RICHARD NEIL SOX F.H.S. 4; Pine Forest H.S. 2, 3; Football, 3; Intra. Basketball, 4 WILLIAM EDWIN SPAINHOUR F.H.S. 2, 4; Blue Ridge School 3; Band, 2; Spanish Cl., 4; Newspaper, Annual, Soccer, 3 CHARLES MARTIN SPEEGLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 BEVERLY MARIE SPROUSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Alt. Cheerleader, Tri-Hi- Y, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., F.H.A., 4; Glee Cl., 2, 3, 4 CAROL LEIGH SQUIRES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee Cl., G.A.A., 2; Sr. High Singers, Tri-Hi-Y Sec., 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 Seniors WILLARD MIGHAEL SMITH F.H.S. 3, 4; 71st H.S. 2; Football, Stu. Coun., V. Pres, of Soph. Class, 2; Bull- dog, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 SHARON JEAN SMITH F.H.S. 4; Mehlville H.S. 2, 3; Glee CL, G.A.A., Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 234 JAMES ALEXANDER SQUIRES F.H.S. 4; Pine Forest H.S. 2; Vass-Lakeview H.S. 3; National Beta CL, 2, 3; Jr. Class Pres., 3 JERRY MICHAEL STALEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 NANCY CAROL STARKS F.H.S. 4; Lakenheath H.S. 2, 3; French Q., 2, 3; French Award THOMAS NELSON STEELE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, Band Clinics, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, Band Officers CL, 3, 4; Deleg. to Norn. Conven., 2; Band Service Award STEVE WIGGINS STEVENS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art CL, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 JACCI DARLENE STONE F.H.S. 3, 4; Pine Forest H.S. 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss Pine Forest Cont., 3; Glee CL, Miss P.F. Comm., 2, 3; Lib. Assist., Majorette, F.H.A., Pifonoca, 2 SUSAN ESTELLE STONE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2; F.T.A., 3, 4; H.R. Pres., Stu. Forum, Tri-Hi-Y, Miss F.H.S. Cont., La- Famac, 4; Jr.-Sr. Steer- ing Comm., Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S. Entertainment Comm., Spanish CL, 3 JAMES LAYNE STOUFER F.H.S. 3, 4; Johnson H.S. 2,’ 3; Art CL, French CL, Photo aphy CL, Band, 2; Bulldog, 4 Class of 65 joe Caulder and Debbie Watson wait patiently to use the telephone as Terri Westfall talks . . . and talks . . . and talks ... 235 Seniors Snooze fter BARBARA GENE STRIEBICH F.H.S. 4; Leile Hua H.S. 2, 3; French Q., 3 CAROLYN RAYE STUBBS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; H.F. V. Pres., 2 EMILY SUTHERLAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.N.A., H.R. Treas., Latin Cl., Tri-Hi-Y, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Spanish Q., 3, 4 REGINA LOUISE TATALAJSKI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., F.N.A., Miss F.H.S. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Vol- leyball, 2; H.R. Sec., 4 Outnumbered, not out-yelled: This reflects the spirit on the long trip home, Billy dePrater, Alan Broadwell, of F.H.S. seniors at the Goldsboro game. Afterwards and Doreen Dallas dream sweet dreams of victory. 236 a Mulldog Victory! ANNE KIRK THOMAS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus, 2; Miss F.H.S. Judges Comm., Jr.-Sr. Figure Comm., 3; Sr. High Singers, Bulldog, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4 GENE OWEN THOMAS, JR. F.H.S. 4; Baumholder Am. H.S.; Stu. Coun., H.R. Officer, 2; Science CL, Jr. Class Conces- sion Chm., 3 PATRICIA THOMASON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Tri-Hi-Y, Waitress, 2; Stu. Coun. District Meeting, Jr.- Sr. Figure Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; H.R. V. Pres., 2, 3; Marshal, Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Figure, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4; Soph. Class Sec., 2; Jr. Class Sec., 3; Sr. Class Sec., 4; Outstanding Senior WILLIAM ALEXANDER THOMPSON F.H.S. 3, 4; I wton H.S. 2; Track, Band, 2 SHERRY THROCKMORTON F.H.S. 2, 3 4; F.N.A., 2 BRENDA CAROL TINCHER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 JOHN BURTUS TOMLINSON F.H.S. 4; Murfreesboro Central H.S. 2, 3; Latin CL, 2; Football, Key CL, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 MILAGROW MILLIE TORRES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., G.A.A., Stu. Coun., 2; Spanish CL, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 • VIRGINIA ANN TREULTEIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Kaiserlantern Am. H.S. Art CL, Stu. Coun., 2; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volley- ball, 3; Lib. Assist., 3, 4 DWIGHT.LUTHER TRIMMER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2; Glee Qub, 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec., 3; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4; Latin CL, 2, 3 LINDA FAYE TRUELOVE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volley- ball, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Softball, Stu. Coun. Talent Show 3rd Place, 2; H.R. Treas., G.A.A., Latin CL, 4; F.N.A., Miss F.H.S. Entertainment Comm., 3 LESLIE KIMUEL TUBB F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, 4; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4 237 SHARON JEAN TYSON F.H.S. 4; Gar-Field H.S. 2, 3; Basketball, 2; F.B.L.A., Stu. Court. Rep., 3; G.A.A., Beta Cl., Softball, 2, 3 JANIE MAY UNDERWOOD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., 3; H.R. Sec., 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 CAROLYN ANNE UTLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3 WILLIAM DAVID VANHOOK F,H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2; Baseball, Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; Intra. Basketball, 3, 4; Spanish Cl., 4 GRETCHEN VANHOUT F.H.S. 4; Immaculata H.S. 2, 3; Soph. Qass Sec., Auxilium Latunum Award, Library Assist- ant, 2; Jr. Class V. Pres., Pep Qub, 3 BRENDA KAY VANHUSS F.H.S. 4; Munich American H.S. 2, 3; Munich Mustang Staff, Library Cl., German-American Cl. Katy Hill — Winner of the U.N. World Peace-Speaking Contest. Bobby King is interviewed for “Teenager of the Week.” Outstanding Seniors Jtonored . . . m 238 for Zheir Special Zalents At the end of each school year, selected students who have excelled in a special field are invited to attend the Governor’s School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In the past two years. Fayetteville Senior High has had many students to attend the school. Among these are Marlene Nollengerger, Sandi Smith, Monni Finnerty, Madeline Gates, Jenny Fisher, and Kris Allen. BRENDA JEAN VAUSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee Cl., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Intra. Volleyball, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 MARIA NICOLINA VENDETTUOLI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; F.H.A., F.N.A., Intra. Basketball, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 CHARLES RICHARD VICKERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Man., Monogram Cl., 4; H.R. Treas., Intra. Basketball, 3, 4; Football, 2, 3 CHRISTINE REGINA VICKERS F.H.S. 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y, 2 CHARLES GLENN VONROSENBERG F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., 2; Jr.-Sr. Chm. Invit. Comm.; Miss F.H.S. Chm. Prog. Comm., 3; Key Cl. Treas., 4; Stu. Forum, 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4; H.R. Pres., Key Cl., 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Rep., 4; Outstanding Senior DAVID ALFONSO WAGSTAFF F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt American H.S., 2; Wood- wind Ensemble, Band Clinic, Football, 2; Band, 2, 4 239 Seniors — Class of ' 65 JOHN WAYNE WALKER F.H.S. 4; Yorktown H.S. 2, 3; Swim CL, Foot ball Manager, Monogram CL, 3; Science CL, 2 3; German CL, 3, 4; Baseball Manager, 2; Intra Basketball, 4 CYNTHIA IRENE WALSH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee CL, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. Spanish CL, 3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 FJ :J fj DIANA LANEY WANDS [• F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, 4; H.R. Sec., Intra Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3; F.T.A., 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor, and Clean-up Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 CHARLES LEAVAUGHAM WARD F.H.S. 3, 4 MARIE ELIZABETH WASCO r !i F.H.S. 4; Taipee Am. H.S . 2, 3; Pep CL, News- paper, Intra. Volleyball, Glee CL, J-r. Carnival Pub. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. Co-Cam., 3; Lib. CL, Art CL, Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; LibJ Assist., 3, 4; F.H.A., 4 j MARION MICHELLE WASSEL F.H.S. 3, 4; Wade Hampton H.S. 2; Glee CL, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens, 2 i DEBORAH CAROLYN WATSON F.H.S. 3, 4; Augsburg H.S. 2; Soph. Qass V. Pres., French CL, Chess CL, Russian Hist, and Culture CL, Soph. Homecoming Princess, New- man CL, Pep CL, 2; Bowling League, F.N.A., 3, 4; Corresp. Sec. of Stu. Coun., H.R. Sec., Miss F.H.S. Cont., Stu. Forum, 4; Intra. Bas- ketball, Jr.-Sr. Figure, 3; Home Economics Award, Physical Ed. Award WILLIAM HENRY WATSON, JR. F.H.S. 2 3 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3; Lib. Assist., 4 SUSAN BERYL WATTERSON F.H.S. 4; Buies Creek H.S. 2; Mannheim A. H.S. 3; F.H.A., Monogram CL, Glee CL, 2; Stu. Coun., Chorus, Great Books CL, Jr.-Sr. Decor., Comm. Chm., Jr. Coun., G.A.A., 3; Art CL, Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volleyball, Miss F.H.S. Cont., German CL, 4 SANDRA JEAN WEEKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Intra. Basketball, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., Nat. Honor Soc., Treas., German CL, Sec., 4; Nat. Honor Soc., 3, 4 CLIFTON WAYNE WELLONS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2, 3; Drama CL, Monogram CL, 4; H.R. Pres., Latin CL, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4 JEAN THERESA WEMPLE F.H.S. 2, 3 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, 3, 4 240 NANCY ANN WEMYSS ' .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Glee Cl., 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cent., 4 CLAUDYA DALE WEST ’.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. Cl., 4; F.H.A., 3; Intra. lasketball, Intra. Volleyball, 2 TERESA ANN WESTFALL 1 ’.H.S. 3, 4; Augsburg Am. H.S. 2; Jr.-Sr. I’igure, Stu. Coun. Sec., Pep Cl., Newspaper, 2; I.A.A. 2, 3; H.R. Pres., Stu. Forum, Nat. Honor k)c. Sec., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Jr.-Sr. Decor, ’omm., 3; Nat. Honor Soc., 2, 3, 4; German tward, 2 ALFRED WATSON WHEATLEY, JR. ’.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football, Track, 2; Hi-Y, 2, 3; ntra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas., 2; H.R. J. Pres., 3 KENDALL CARL WHITAKER AH.S. 4; Guilford H.S. 2, 3; Baseball, Intra. lasketball, 2, 3 CORDELIA SPEARS WHITE AH.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Comm., !; Latin Cl., Stu. Forum, 2 MARTHA CAROL WHITLEY V F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ; DAWN LYNNE WILCOX F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volley- ball, 4; Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm., Miss F.H.S. Decor, j Comm., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4 BETTY GREY WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Aliss F.H.S. Cont., 4 1 Seniors often find it relax- ing to grab a snack after school. Caught “indulging” : are David Frank, Judy Mon- 1 terose, Susan Lambeth, and George Cameron. Seniots BRENDA KAY WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volley- ball, Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Q., 2; Jr.- Sr. King and Queen Comm., Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., 3 DIANE DOVE WILLIAMS F. H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog, F.T.A., 4; Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., Jr.- Sr. King and Queen Comm., G. A.A., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 2, 3; Spanish Cl., 2 Suzanne Andrews, Marsha Beard, Dan Baluss, Boone Bartholomees seem quite busy preparing a poster for the Student Council Nomi- nating Convention. EDWARD DIXON WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2. 3, 4; Band, 2, 3; Golf, 3; Intra. Bas- ketball, 2, 3, 4 TERRY HENDRIX WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 WALTER SMITH WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball, Hi-Y, 2, 3; Golf, 2, 4; H.R. V. Pres., 2; H.R. Pres. 3 JOHNNY RENA WILLIFORD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 AGNES REBECCA WILLIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A., Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm., .3; Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 JULIUS RELIX WILLIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band, Band Letter Cl., Band Of- ficers CL, Intra. Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Golf, 3, 4 242 iPl t.l tf i 0 .- • w JL- SHARON ANNE WILLIS F.H.S. 4; Zaragoza Am. H.S. 2, 3; Art Q., French Cl., Soph. Class Sec., 2; Jr. Class Social Chm., Drama Cl., Spanish CL, Stu. Coun. Sec., Prom Decor. Chm., Nat. Honor- Soc. Sec., 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Nat. Honor Soc., 2, 3, 4 IRENE KAREN WILLMANN F.H.S. 2, 4; Mt. Airy H.S. 3; F.B.L.A., Dance Cl. Sec., Jr.-Sr. Refreshments Comm. Chm., Bas- ketball, Jr.-Sr. Table Decor. Comm., 3 GEORGE DEAN WILSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres., Sr. Class V. Pres., Nat. Honor Soc. V. Pres., 4; Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 4; Soph. Class Rep. 2; Jr. Class Treas., 3; Deleg. to Nom. Conven., 2; Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist LYNN ELLEN WILSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; North H.S. 2; Band, 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL, Band Clinics, 4; Y-Teens, Honor Roll, 2 DIANE FAYE WINTERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, Intra. Volley- ball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 EDMUND GAMBRILL WISE F.H.S. 4; Heidelberg Am. H.S. 2, 3; German- American CL, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3 LESTER HAROLD WITTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN WOOD F.H.S. 4; Kubasaki H.S. 2, 3; F.T.A., 2, 3 CAROLYN VELL WOODYARD F.H.S. 4; Nat. Honor Soc., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4 ‘No! . . . Johnny, MACBETH was the bad guy.’ 243 “Happiness is receiving your high school diploma!” Seniors FRANCIS WEBB WORKMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball,- 2 LUCINDA ELDRIDGE WORRELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball, 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3 JOHN ROBERT WRIGHT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Renton H.S. 2; Intra. Volleyball, Dramatics CL, Track, 2; Library Assist., 4; Art CL, 2, 3, 4; Gold Key, 4 PATRICIA MAE YARBOROUGH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conven., 2; Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm., 3; Art CL, Glee CL, H. R. Treas., 4; F.T.A., 3, 4; H.R. Sec., 2, 3; Intra. Basketball, 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont., 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Court, 4 GAIL ANDREA YORK F.H.S. 4; George Washington H.S., American Community H.S., 2; Lee Edwards H.S. 3; Art Q., 2, 4; Cheerleader, Drama CL Sec., Drama CL, 2; H.R. Sec., 4 PATRICIA MARY ZERCHER F.H.S. 3, 4; Madrid Sr. H.S. 2; Intra. Basket- ball, Intra. Volleyball, Intra. Softball, Lib. As- sistant, Stu. Forum, Bookkeeping Award, Span- ish, Nat. Hon. Soc., 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3; H.R. V. Pres., Miss F.H.S. Cont., 4; Spanish Q., 2, 3 ALAN EDWARD ZURAWSKI F.H.S. 4; Frankfurt American H.S. 2; Baum holder American H.S. 3 ; Football, Track, Most Courageous Athlete, Best All Around Student, 3; Wrestling, Monogram CL, 2, 3 SHARON MARIE ZURAWSKI F.H.S. 4; Frankfurt H.S. 2; Baumholder H.S. 3 ; Band, German-American CL, Drill Team Q., Pep CL, 2; Cheerleader, Jr. Class Sweetheart, Jr. Attendant, Teen Cl. Sec., 3; Bowling League V. Pres., 4 244 Qraduatm — um 2, 1965 245 PRESIDENT— BO MASSINGALE VICE PRESIDENT— SUZANNE McLEOD SECRETARY— KAY AUTRY TREASURER— CYNTHIA VICK Wendy Adams Diane Adcox John Aderholdt Dolores Alarcon Bill Albright Barbara Allan Angela Allen Chris Anaya Bill Archbell Marvin Archer Susie Armstrong Johnnie Autry I Kay Autry I Ann Averitt Peggy Baker Susan Ball Henry Baran Tresa Barbee Lee Barco Doug Barfield Michael Barker Billy Barnes Mary Barnhill Kaki Bartholomees Sharon Batton Kathy Beard Donna Belche John Berberich Susan Berlage Kay Bethea Wanda Bing Brenda Bishop Sue Bishop Chee Chee Blackwelder Billy Blair Beth Blanton Larry Bledsoe Linda Blue Frances Blumenstein Mike Bobbitt Cornell Bowden Jeanne Brabant Johnny Brannon Richard Brenner Don Brewer Cheryl Britt Dave Brooks Dick Broom I Eddie Brown Greg Brown Linda Brown Skip Brown Lawrence Bruton Cotton Buck Wendy Buck Charles Bullard Raleigh Bullard Stephen Bullock Sue Bunce Barbara Burgess Maribeth Burke Melanie Burke Clayton Burriss Carolyn Burt Raymond Burton Maria Bush Kathy Buto Wade Byrd Katherine Cain Janice Caine Thomas Caldwell Rusty Callahan Tommy Callahan Martha Candler Evie Capaeron Stephen Carrig Joan Cassidy Cheryl Chance Buddy Chrietzberg John Clamp Mike Clements David Cogdell Allison Coles Linda Collier Sherry Conway Leslie Cook Winnie Cook Carolyn Cooke Coralie Coppedge Linda Cothren Butch Covey Marvin Cox Sandi Crafton Edna Croom Yoshi Crousen Preston Cudd 248 Theresa Culbreth Edward D’Alessandro Edward Dallas John D’Alpe Johnnie Dates Anne Davenport Cosette Davis Pud Davis Cassie Dawkins Harold Dean Charles Decker Ronnie Dees Steve DeMund Gayle DeVane Mary Kay Dey Doug Dibbert James Dickins Jan Donneson Byah Doxey George Doyle Rick Dreibelbis William Dunlap Gilbert Dunnagan Patty Durkin JUNIOR HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS, as Student Forum members, put Buzz Books together: Charles Swiers, Kay Autry, Bobby Vaughn, Gary Henschen, Thomas Franklin, Yoshi Crousen, Gary Bledsoe, Bo Massingale, Don Smith, Johnny Yager, Michael Knight, Michael Rose, Mary Ann Genter Dale Duvall Carol Eaken Joe Early Terry Eason pHiors Greg Ebert Gary Eidell jCigkt . . - k Shila Elfman Billy Eolow Richard Evans Johnny Ezell Peggy Faircloth Sherry Faulkner Jack Fearing Cathy Feeley Mike Ferrell Levon Folsom Howard Ford Faye Fowler 250 Thomas Franklin James Freeman Teresa Fulk Susan Fuller Bill Furr Boh Gagne Ricky Gagnon Benny Gaillard Tommy Gambill Roger Gann Pam Garner Cathy Gates Ann Gatwood Ed Geiger Mary Anne Center Mike Gilbert Jim Gillis Barbara Glasgow Kathy Godsman Joe Godwin Kenny Godwin Ronnie Grant Jim Gray Stephen Green Gladys Greene John Griffin Vicky Griffin Betty Groppel Natalie Guy Mary Kay Hager Nimocks Haigh Jeff Hall Linda Hall Jonalyn Hammett Bob Hammond Barbara Haney John Hanretty, Jr. Sandra Hardee Mindy Hardin Sharrorf Hardin Joyce Harmon Charles Harshberger Judy Harvey Rod Hatcher Pat Hayes Roxanne Hayward Linda Hazel Lee Heckman James Hefti Steve Helms JUNIOR HOMEROOM VICE-PRESIDENTS: Rick Morton, Skip Ford, Susan Shockey, Terry Lindvall, Ann Pollard, Tresa Barbee, Suzanne McLeod, John Hanretty, Steve Helms. Betsy Henderson Lorry Hendon Gary Henschen Sue Hestand Brenda Hill Carmen Hill Martha Hill N. B. Hill Roger Hobbs Donna Holmes Mary Holmes Agnes Hood Gene Horne Joan Home Linda Sue Horne Charlene Hoyt Jacki Huff Michael Huggins Becky Huie Kathi Hulka Steve Hurr Kay Hutchinson Keith Hutchinson Judy Her Tina Irizarry Cindy luliucci Katherine Jackson Richard Jemigan Beverly Johnson Glenda Johnson Rose Lee Johnson Jane Johnston Carolyn L. Jones Carolyn P. Jones Dean Jones Jarvis Jones Judy Jones Margie Joyner Celeste Kearins Mary Jo Kelleher Robert Kelly Irene Kennedy Richie Kestner Steven Kiernan Lynn Killam Pam Kimball Kitty Kimsey Connie King Earl King Kris Kingsbury Brenda Kinlaw Jenny Kinser Richard Knecht Robert Knecht Michael Knight Sally Knott Costa Lampros Virginia Lanam Penny Langston Sara Laws John Leary Dave Lee Patty LePors Kathryn Lewis Kay Lieberman Terry Lindvall Tessy Lindvall Harold Link Pete Lipscomb Brenda Little Joe Loomis Pat Loop Ruth Ann Loran Linda Lounsberry Kar ' l Lucas Ricky Lucas Pam Lund Anne Luper Andy McClurg Fran McColl Linda McCollum 253 Carlos McCoy Sarah McDonald Kathy McElwaine Gail McGougan Charles Mclnnis Carole McKnight James McLamb Evelan McLaughlin Robert McLaughlin Kathy McLaurin Suzanne McLeod Carolyn Mabe Class of ’66 Kathy Madison Carmen Maldonado Ann Maness Carol Maggart Iris Maldonado Donald Mann Ray Manning George Manuel Betsy Marshall Peppi Masa Allen Mason Johanna Mason Bo Massingale Sandra Masters Pat Matthews Janet May Chris Mays Bob Meares Barbara Mears Sharon Meegan Boyd Melvin David Mendelsohn June Milby Martha Miller Phillip Miller Tammy Miller Dale Milton Bruce Moore Gary Moore Mike Morgan 254 Sarah Morriss JUNIOR HOMEROOM SECRETARIES: Pam Garner, Martha Wooten, Wendy Adams, Caroline Norman, Joanna Sutton, Kay Lieberman, Carolyn Jones. Barry Moss Vicki Mulholland Carole Mullen Thomas Murphy Wade Murphy Linda Myatt Sharon Myers Tommy Myers Anne Nabinger Kay Narron Greg Newbold Caroline Norman Larry Nunnery Peggy Ogburn Kathy Oja Bill Olive Pat O’Neal Dee O’Neil Bill Owen William Owens Frankie Pacheco Doug Parrish Helen Parrous Bill Patterson Monique Patterson John Pechmann Gordon Peebles John Peele Don Perkins James Perkins 255 Linda Perkins Bobby Peters Ann Peterson Demitrios Petroutsa Phill Pharr Donnie Phillips Richard Pia Miriam Pierce John Pigott Sharon Pohl Ann Pollard Barry Potter Ashley Prather Jack Rea Thom Ricketts Johnny Ridgen Karen Riggs Joe Roberts Maria Rodriguez Doris Rondeau Michael Rose Mark Rosenberg Raymond Rosier Livingston Rouse Chuck Rowe Don Russ Patricia Russ Henry Salazar Sherrie Salyer Wayne Sanders Jimmy Sandlin Mary Nell Saunders Iris Saville Steve Schneider John Schroer Juliana Sciolla Brains seem to run in the family as Madeline Gates inducts her younger sister Cathy. 1 [ t ) ! Arthur Scott Don Scott Fred Seamen Margaret Sebring Mike Secrest Helen Semple Eva Senne Paul Severs Pat Shambaugh Faison Shaw Horst Shearer Diann Shepherd Brend a Sherman Steve Shochet Susan Shockey Sandy Shoemaker Carol Ann Short Donnie Sibbett Larry Simmons Allen Simpson Jacqueline Sisco James Slappey Carolyn Smith Dan Smith David Smith Eugene Smith Howard Smith Iris Smith Lee Smith Nichie Smith Janet Smith Judy Smith Larry Snider Dick Soffe Gene Sparks Dorothy Spruill Walter Stanfield Chuck Starks Richard St. Denis Anthony Steele Scheherazade Stoeckley Suzanne Streib Curtis Strickland Marilyn Strickland Margaret Suggs Gayle Surles Joanna Sutton Sallie Swan 257 Dodie Swann Charles Swiers Rose Marie Tacker Victor Talley Bob Tally David Tart Rosita Tart Linda Taylor Sharon A. Taylor Sharon Taylor Steve Taylor Paul Thomas Helen Thompson Marilyn Thornton Mary Thornton Wanda Thying Clifford Tidwell Rosemarie Tindall Ronald Toomey Frances Truelove Wayne Tryon Catherine Tumaszik Glenn Turner John Tuttle Carter Twine Mary Ussery Hank Van Hout Bobby Vaughn i Cynthia Vick Richard Vitolo Judy Wade Robbie Wages Ailene Warren Mavis Warren Jackie Wassel Denean Wasserman Class of ' 66 JUNIOR HOMEROOM TREASURERS: Tessy Lindvall, Cornelia Whitaker, Sandy Shoemaker, Jane Johnston, Patty Durkin, Linda Collier, Joyce Harmon, Miriam Pierce, Evelan McLaughlin, Carolyn Burt. David Watson Paula Watts Dennis Weeldreyer John Wekluk Phillip Wemyss Joyce West Betty Wheeless Cornelia Whitaker Chuck Wilkins Carol Williams Delmer Williams George Williams Janet Williams Michael Williams Pauline Williams Ronnie Williams Vann Williford Susan Wilson John Woodyard Martha Wooten Michelle Wysocki Johnny Yager Fred Zahran Kathy Zercher 259 Sophomore Class PRESIDENT— ERNIE MILLOY SECRETARY— SALLY THOMASON VICE PRESIDENT— RONNIE LEAN TREASURER— HELEN McCLENDON (not pictured) 1 Nancy Albert Ray Aldredge Don Allen Karen Allen Howard Alligood Barbara Alniony Bobby Ambrose Alfred Andel Becky Anderson Gary Anderson Jo Alice Anderson Renay Andrews Charles Archbell Mike Armour Debbie Askew Donald Atkinson Greg Atkinson Myra Atkinson Robert Auman Katrina Ausborn Ronnie Autry Diane Averitte Donna Averitte Sue Averitte Steve Bailey David Baker Phillip Baker Steve Baker Jim Baluss Blake Bandy Sonia Barbosa Gail Bardis Elizabeth Barnhill Thomas Abbott Grace Adams Linda Barton Gordon Bass Danny Balog Cliff Beasley Ronnie Beasley Charles Beatly Bill Belche Mike Bell Anne Bernstein John Bibb Susan Big Jackie Binder Thelma Binkley Linda Birtel Robert Bishoff Earl Bishop Connie Blackburn Cary Blair George Blakenship David Blanton Carolyn Bledsoe Charles Boisky Betty Bosell Patsy Bowles Don Boyd Kathleen Boyd Susan Braswell Lin Breece Nancy Breswitz Bonnie Brewer Chris Brewer Bobbie Brewer Barbara Bridges Kathleen Britton Robin Britton Jan Broady Bill Brooks Elmma Brooks Dennis Brown Richard Brown Don Bruckner John Buckner Ann Bullard Brad Bullard David Bullard Janet Bullard John Bullard Nancy Bullock Butch Burchstead Jimmie Burleson Cathy Butler John Butler Joetta Byarly Debra Byrd Sherrie Byrd Eleanor Cade Elizabeth Cagle Georgia Caldwell Gigi Caldwell Michael Caldwell David Callaway Joseph Cambra Gary Cameron Chris Cammack Donna Campbell Rebecca Campbell Sharon Campbell Henry Campen Emily Canady Cathi Caraccia Johnny Carros Jeanne Carter Judy Carter SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: Johnny Underwood, Jow Whitaker, Harvey Holland, Ron Wood, Ronald Ross, Larry Pas- sar, William Harry, Larry McBennett, Tom Fulton, Richard Folson, Ken Jonas, David Baker, Ernie Milloy, Randi Dickinson, Pat 0 Neal, Pridie Clark, Linda Barton, Pat Spika, Harold Zellers, Robert Rice. 262 Vera Chestnut Willa Chesnut Janet Chin Kelton Clark Pridie Clark Susan Clark Bill Clayton Donna Clayton Herb Clegg Lynn Cline Carol Clouser James Coburn Debbie Cohen Shirley Collins Grace Conger June Costello Faye Cottingham Cynthia Counts Cassandral Cox Donald Cox Paul Cox Alex Crane Jeanne Craver Charles Crawford Wayne Crawford Kathie Crider Sylvia Croom Fumiko Crousen Larry Crumbley Waldemar Cuevas Dennis Daigle Rayma Daigle Paul D’Alpe Mike Daughtry David LaBhnne Lani Davidson Doyle Davis Chris Dowdy Linda Deal Mary Dehmer Patrick Delahunty Blue dePrater Bunny Dibbert Randi Dickinson Vyone Donald Inge Downes Sanford Doxey Joan Drake Cheryl Duncan Jackie Dunn Kathy Durkin Judy Eckes Neale Edmundson Terry Edmondson William Edmund Donna Elosser Minnie Ehrlich Jimmy Ellis ' Nancy Embler Junita Evelyn Ellen Everett Frank Everette David Faircloth Cheryl Farrell Ed Earr Page Earrell Anna Fasul Linda Fateley Judy Faulkner Wayne Faulkner Jack Fisher Leslie Fisher Lynn Fisher Roberta Fleishman Roslyn Fleishman Margaret Fleming Richard Folsom Carol Foster David Fowler Diane Fox Andy Fragakis Deborah Frank Donna Frazier Angie Freeman Clark Freeman Kenneth Freeman Charles Fulghum Mattie Fuller Tom Fulton Robert Galvin Tom Galvin Wayne Gardner Louise Garrison Robert Garvin Keith George Tommy Gibbs Millicent Gibson Beth Griffin Cheryl Gill Rita Gillen Daisy Gilliland Sue Gillis Sarah Gilmer Vicky Gilmore Jeanette Godfrey Belinda Godwin Dell Godwin Miriam Godwin Rod Godwin Charles Goforth Theresa Goggio Susan Gooding 264 Sophomorefe assemble in the auditorium during their study periods to take achievement tests. Ruby Gordon Danny Graham Jerry Grant Leon Gregory Ruth Arm Griffin Ted Griffin Sharon Grogan Kathy Gross Masha Gross Walter Guy Wayne Haddock Patsy Haga Evelyn Hager Sherron Hairston Alec Hall Durema Hall Lorraine Hall Nancy Hall Thomas Hall Pat Hallisey Alex Hallmark Joseph Hamm Paul Hardman Sally Harmon Susan Harper Martha Harris Melba Harris Wilton Harris Merrit Harrison William Harry Susan Hart Pat Harvey Joe Hemphill Susan Hemphill Connie Henderson Eugene Heresa John Hernandez Don Hester Cindy Higginson Robert Hicks Howard Higgins Margaret Highsmith Connie Hill Allan Hines Patsy Hobbs Rodney Hodges Cynthia Hoff Janet Hoffman Kathy Hogan Freida Holland Harvey Holland Carole Hollingsworth Candy Holmes Janette Honeycutt Pat Hoopes Jean Ann Hope Ethel House Linda House James Howard Ruth Howard Sandra Huff Eileen Hughes Mike Hums Linda Hunt Anthony Hunter Susan Hutaff William Hutcheson Jimmy Ingle Harold Ingle Carol Inmar Colette Jaccard Don Jackson Jeanne Jackson Patrick James Mary Jennison Scott Jernigan Danny Johnson Donna Johnson Gail Johnson Jean Johnson 265 lig If , ■ ji3 LQhE- OiPSk . Jy w w || fj 1 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM VICE-PRESIDENTS: Herb Clegg, Billy Sutton, Henry Campen, Jackie Dunn, Joyce Pagliuso, Vicki Willi- ford, Sue Averitte, Martha Temple, Susan Braswell, Nancy Waple, Sturdy Purdie, Susan Hutaff, Tom Kaiser, Rhonda Odom, John Moore, Jack Linvill, Bob Bishoff, Jimmy Ellis, Georgia Smith, Charles Fulghum, Margaret Highsmith. 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Kathleen Malie Helene Manage Ginny Mansfield Dixon Marsh Christine Martin Suzie Martin Lucky Mason Margaret Mason Marty Mason Virginia Mason Brenda Masters Eddie Mayer Randy Means Sharon Melo Ricky Melvin Jeff Mercer Belva Michaels Brent Michaels Robert Mikell Don Millard Kenneth Miller Ernie Milloy Thomas Millwee Sonny Minick William Mitchell Carole Mohn Gay Mohn Ana Montero Felix Montero John Moore Marcia Moore Sandra Moore Sylvia Moore Dene Morgan Jane Morgan Randy Morin Winnie Morris Beverly Morrison Phyllis Morrison Kerry Morton Peggy Morton Curt Motola George Montos Sally Muench Sabra Munns Theresa Murphy Joey Muse Sheryl Nasekos Gloria Nepstad Betty Neugent Danny Nichols Sharon Nichols Terrie Nicholson Linda Noble Tom Nollner Carole Novin Susan Kaye Nyenhuis Ann Odom Rhonda Odom Pam Oliver Randy Olliff Thomas Olsem SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM SECRETARIES: Donna Clayton, Helen Padgett, Susan Harper, Ellen Waple, Marty Mason, Sasan Lucas, Janet Hoffman, Bobby Smith, Mary Kujawski, Louise Garrison, Diane Sabath, Patricia Johnson, Jane Morgan, Gail Robinson, Page Farrell, Kathy Durkin, Sally Thomason, Becky Anderson, Cindy Higginson. 268 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM TREASURERS; Cindy Higginson, Donna Averitte, Pat sy Hobbs, Nancy, Kelleher, Diane Sabath, Ellen Pad- gett, Louise Garrison, Sally Muench, Terry Edmundson, Richard Brown, Crawford MacKethan, Marsha Wheeless, Bobby Smith, Gail Rob- inson, Pam Lewis, Kathy Durkin, Marty Mason. Pat O ' Neill Adrian O’Quinn Maureen O’Rourke Terri Ortogero Maureen O’Sullivan Peggy Owens Ellen Padgett LaRue Page Joyce Pagliuso Bobby Palmisano Paul Palmisano Laurie Parham Freddie Parker Jay Parker Larry Passar Frank Patterson LaDean Peacock Myrna Pecunia Frances Pethel Rosa Pezzulli Danny Pfeffer Ronny Pierce Jo Piper Barbara Pittman Fred Pittman Mike Plummer Jack Poison Bill Pope Mary Pope Danny Porter Madeline Porter Roger Powell Larry Presnell Sara Pritchard Frances Proctor Nancy Proctor John Purdie Dave Radmer Dennis Randle Douglass Rankin Frank Rawley Earl Raynor Bob Reading Linda Reece Robert Reed Jeff Rees Doug Reynolds Rose Rhodes Robert Rice Clarke Richardson Charles Rigden Eddie Riley Diana Rittenbury Elsa Rivera William Robbins Jim Roberts Bill Robertson Gail Robinson Kathy Rodenheffer Dick Rodgers Joanne Rodwell Jimmy Rorschach Ronald Ross Gary Ruffin Peter Roura Diane Sabath Anthony Sakiniwa Melvin Sakurada Fred Salas Sharon Sample Tommy Sandrock Juan San Miguel Larry Saunders Timmy Saunders Peggy Schadel Richard Schloegl Ricky Schoof John Seaburg Josie Seagroves Sheila Sharpe Class of ’67 Carol Shaw Janice Shawn Kay Shearer Robert Shepherd Anna Sherman Harry Sherrill Linda Shoupe Odis Simmons Patricia Slaughter Diane Smith Doris Smith Gene Smith Georgia Smith Jim Smith Judy Smith Michael Smith 270 Sophomores Participate in Pep Hallies Sophomores join in a chant at a football pep rally. Reta Smith Suzanne Smith Vicki Smith V illiam Smith Joan Smitherman Sandra Spellman Pat Spika Ehvood Sportsman Patricia Standley April Stanfield Patty Stanish Danny Stanley Mary Starr Sharon Stewart Billy Stone Thresa Stoudt 271 Deborah Stoufer Nancy Stubbs William Supulski Billy Sutton Steve Sweat Mr. McGinley shows several of his students how to mount onion slides in biology. a _ _ Claude Sykes Sophomores battle Biology! Ronald Sykes Claudia Talbot John Tally Julia Tate , ] Brenda Taylor ! Martha Temple j Beth Terry ] Lynda Tew Patricia Thackston i Yvette This Jane Thomas Sally Thbmason Ronnie Thompkins Bobby Thompson Sheila Thompson . Donna ' T hrockmorton Barbara Tidwell Richard Todd Casey Toohey Toyoko Townsend ’ George Treutlein : Cecily Tniett Jimmy Tubb Johnny Underwooc Dotty Vann Marcia Vann Bobby Vascovich Eddie Vascovich Freddie Vela Donna Verne Anita Vias Karyn Vick I I] ! I Alan Villareal Billy Vlachos Angie Vurnakes Alvin Wakefield Frances Walker Linda Walker Ellen Waple Nancy Waple Marshal Waren Stan Warmbrod Doug Warner Edmond Warren Beverly Wehmeier Dean W ' eisner Tisha Welch Bobby West Charles W ' est Francis Wheeler Marsha Wheeless John Whipple Joe Whitaker Bruce White Eleanor White John Whitmore William Wiessner Sylvia Wilkins Gary Williams Sharon Williams Sue Williams Albert W illiamson Kay W ' illiford Vicki Williford Jody Wilson Marty Wilson Susan Wolff Bonnie Womble Donna Wood Ron Wood Debbie Wright Barbara Yager Michael Yates Ann Young Harold Zellers Evidence of a typical sophomore girls’ gym class. 273 Even working on the LaFamac goes better with Coke for Susan Hill, Beverly Giles, Allyson Masters, Lee Cheney, Tony Canupp, and Phyllis Cole. 276 After School — Visit " Mr. Mac” at Your Favorite Drive In (Opposite Fayetteville Senior High) BOB ' S DRIVE IN Compliments of I I 125-135 Franklin St. " All right Madge, if you must have it, I ' ll give you this Stewart Olds Convertible for graduation. " 277 jUU. dUs i9 ' ' 0()J --ii- (iL- rou7?i twuble oMmi y ; America s Compliments of •cro? i ' ' l t HU 4-6262 Bob Kleha ' s BLEEKER MOTORS now you can CHARCOAL STEAK HOUSE CHARLES HAIGH HARDWARE. INC. H ■ 1 ■ 1 1 SEARS Sporting Goods — Paints Gifts — Housewares Corner of Franklin and Donaldson Streets 420 Hay Street FAYETTEVILLE N. C. THE MERCHANDISE MART. INC. 370a BRAGG BL.VD. FAYETTEVILl-E. NORTH CAROLINA J. H. GILBERT President PHONE HU 4-2t87 278 fieniis Published daily and Sunday from a modern plant, designed and equipped to better serve Fay- etteville and a large part of Southeastern North Carolina. The plant contains everything needed to more than meet the demands of today and the challenge of tomorrow. To produce a better product and to offer better service to its readers and advertisers is the constant goal of this progressive newspaper. THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER 147 YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE 279 V-POINT SUPER MARKET Compliments JOHNSON COTTON CO. Fayetteville, North Carolina 500 Murchison Rd. and Spring Lake, N. C. TULTWOOD DEPARTMENT STORES “Home of Belter Values” DO VNTOWN Hay St. thru to Franklin St. TALLYWOOD Shopping Center — Raeford Rd. M 0 CHEVROLET f " All right, Kay, I ' ll give you one for your graduation — next year! " 280 LEON SUGAR ' S PLAYMATE SHOPPE MEN ' S SHOP Laundry Dry Cleaning Fur Storage 512 West Russell St. Dial 485-1146 Fayetteville, N. C. BENDER ' S DRUG STORES FAYETTEVILLE WHOLESALE BUILDING SUPPLY " Everything from the Tree to the Key " SOUTH ' S LARGEST 1121 Robeson Street P.O. Box 586 485- 1 1 1 1 Fayetteville, North Carolina 281 ' 5 % ' ors oc: l owan V Dm V Co!!e = . LEOD ' ERVI ' 3026 Br M lveJ. eville, i l Q o a vJHAYi NT K RKET But the Be ' , fy Meats— roducp " silvery Mor lmlhn Rd. BLAIR AUTO 3911 Bragg Blvd. Dial 484-6181 P.O. Box 5105 FAYETTEVILLE. N. C. Compliments of M. M. STORAGE 283 FOODS COBLE DAIRY I The Name Coble Marsha, do you really think you can drink the whole carton in one swallow? ' A W ONE QVART UQEffi ' A A A OBLB DAIRY PRODUCTS COOPERATIVE INC. 284 W. L SMITH SUPPLY COMPANY P.O. Drawer 690, 125 Drake Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Telephone HE 2-4193 PARKPlACE FIAT -Jeep Jag ' uar 106 Broadfoot Avenue Fayetteville, N. C. 484- 6191 DAVID R. RAY President 4024 Bragg Boulevard (Next to Tart ' s TV) Fayetteville, N. C. 485- 4513 RlieO i ll A uikaJ ' i I IT ) ( viy bcb ' ru via O iLc. Vco cjJif tt j1 ‘ c.W °v ‘he .( XKAXA Oe-Pi GENE ' S CLEANERS VERNE, OWNERS Highland Shopping Center Phone HU 4-8461 FAYETTEVILLE FLORAL CO. 809 Person St. 432-3603 285 Compliments of CAROLINA MOBILE HOMES 4417 Bragg Blvd. Bonnie Doon 484-7151 450 Bragg Blvd. Spring Lake 497-1188 BLOODWORTH AMERICAN SERVICE 800 Hay Street DIAL 485-3341 Evergreen Estates — Montclair — Loch Lomond Sales by realtors 3800 Raeford Rd— 185-113 W. C. COLEMAN AGENCY Zke Zown Shop Anderson Street Fayetteville, North Carolina 286 TILBY’S SKATETOWN 2803 R. Bragg Rd. Compliments of JESSUP REALTY CONSTRUCTION CO. YARBOROUGH MOTOR CO. MS AUSTIN HEALEY TRIUMPH Fayetteville " Sports Car Headquarters " Your Best Listening Alway s PARKER HOUSE OF MUSIC D. K. TAYLOR OIL COMPANY, INC. WFAI 1230 on your dial CBS radio Always Watch Dog Compliments of STEVE ' S HAMONT GRILL Dependable Oil Heat Service 1327 Morganton Rd. Fayetteville, North Carolina 287 103 Hay Street Mr. Weaver Hatcher is glad to show Marsha Beard, Linda Guess, and Ninnocks Haigh their class rings by BALFOUR. 288 Compliments of CORDER-VOSSLER CO. 225 W. RUSSELL ST. FAYETTEVILLE Si«ilpn MOBILEHOMES AND TRAVEL TRAILERS 3014 Bragg Boulevard and 5723 Murchison Road Fayetteville, N. C. CAROLINA SODA SHOP - VETERAN ' S HOSPITAL r eSSOi Where You Meet vrDTAtr. ESSO Your Friends Trained Personnel, to Serve You 441 Hay Street HE 2-4224 2014 Ramsey St.— Phone 432-5535 i unba’i-iStanley SiuMo 2321 2 Street Fayetteville, N. C. HE 2-3036 Portraits, Commercial, Wedding, Candids, Black and White and Direct Color. PAUL WILLIAMS Manager and Photographer ANN HOGEWOOD Owner and Photographer 289 GRACE ' S BEAUTY SALON 400 WASHINGTON DRIVE 485-1369 HORNE ' S Fayetteville ' s First Drug Store Since 1865 124 HAY STREET DIAL HE 2-21 1 1 WE DELIVER Phone HU 4-6171 y CQATLS MQTQPS, IMC. ‘TTn ' If rt ' fr t Sales and Service 442S-3D BRAGG BLVD. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. yu-o • c ' ' £y--e- ' - Cornpliments of .- ' YT CL? 3 -y( ' J ' djG C A ' i: :Ls , T Ci i L ' Xj 5 -_XA_ J " Collins (J.,{ STORE j T " ( ., . . , cC -tA- ' t , j Compliments of ,,-6 -ClXSj CX_ ij BRANCH n- x : - ir tc BANKING TRUST CO. CC “ Ksubi-J zyt yci -€-• y I tyij - yytyOXJl MOVE THE “MODERN WAY” The Safest Distance Between Two Points SERVICE TO ALL 50 STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES LAND — SEA — AIR MODERN EQUIPMENT- COURTEOUS EFFICIENT SERVICE MODERN PALLET STORAGE % VAULTS i DIAL 433-0114 ■Uy nyi " k -4: odem o tin9 A e toraqR, inc. 537 S. Eastern Blsd. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. TART ' S TV 4056 Bragg Blvd. and Tallywood HUDSON 4.4161 OWEN’S FLORIST Flowers of Distinction 3306 RAEFORD ROAD FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. STUART MARTIN GEORGE T. LEWIS AQ £NT 921 Bragg Boulevard F " ayettevjlle, North Carolina Telephone 485 3031 STATI PARM INSURANCI Save $ With The State Farm Bank Plan State Farm Insurance Companies Bloomington, Illinois Portraiture « Wedding - Commercial n Country studio Home of Creative Photograpliy King Slnopping Center Bragg Bonlevard Kayettevilie H.C. 4.3074 Hlcj School spirit is encouraged in the academics by WILLIAMS OFFICE SUPPLY 291 FLEISHMAN ' S BIG STORE, Layne ' s, Miss Vogue With the Latest and Finest Selections in Fashions for Ladies and Children • 106 Hay Street HE 3-1540 • 114 Hay Street 432-7194 • 112 Hay Street HE 3-0184 292 MATTHEWS PHARMACY " Prompt Delivery Service " 45 1 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina PHONE HE 3-1137 K M OFFICE SUPPLY CO.. INC. 505 Russell 484-2257 Fayetteville, North Carolina MARKET Nf t Cpmpjiment iS- LA ' K, Wyt f-a Xj - a_4 oi Ut J RiEND ' vj e ■■■■ N Ac Cjuos . -M. SALES — APPRAISALS SI FHA BUILDING — LOANS CONVENTIONAL BLAND ' S REALTY Fayetteville, N. C. 2722 R. Bragg Road P.O. Box 3173 FURNITURE W. M. BLAND Office HU 4-2100 Res. Phone HU 4-5214 the driMe-ln with the arehea BRAGG BOULEVARD Fayettevill , N. C. VEMCO MUSIC CO., INC. 534 Hay Street Fayetteville, N. C. 485-21 17 293 J. C. PENNEY CO. I Compliments of t Corner of Hay and Pittman j In Downtown Fayetteville EUTAW SHOPPING CENTER VINCENT SHIELDS CARPET COMPANY, INC. 3117 Fort Bragg Road FAYEnEVILLE, N. C. Telephone: HU 4-1161 R. DONALD BEARD JUSTIN S. WHITE Virginia ' Dare BEARD WHITE, INC. All Forms of Insurance FOR THOSE WHO CARE 1 32 Hay Street 432-3920 PREMIUM FINANCING AVAILABLE Insurance Building 1333 Morganton Rd. FAYEnEVILLE. N. C. 484-4131 1 Compliments of j SUNNYSiDE FLORAL NURSERY LAMB STREET 484-4106 1 294 SHIELDS VENETIAN BLIND AND AWNING COMPANY Venetian Blinds Heating Awnings 3115 FORT BRAGG RD. HU 4-6130 i TELEPHONE 493.91B1 C-laxH cS xiin oodi, do., One. ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT • GAMES - TOYS VICK ' S HAMONT CLEANERS 128 MAXWELL STREET FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Compliments of McMILLAN-SHULER OIL COMPANY. INC. " Shell Petroleum Products " P. O. Box 590 708 S. Winslow St. BLACK ' S MEN ' S STORE 415 Hay St. FAYETTEVILLE. N. C. FAYETTEVILLE. N. C. vC pli erits y r i ” ■ ' Auto glass g6. % y I ' HIGHLAND BEAUTY 2M4 Ra ord Road 1) ti5.5!87 Compliments of ALLIGOOD ' S TEXACO 1114 HAY STREET WORTH BUSINESS COLLEGE " Try the little pink button and see what happens! " Stenographic ; Course Secretarial Course Junior ; Accounting j Course i Speedwriting or Gregg Shorthand 296 FOR FAST. DEPENDABLE SERVICE ■mmii HOLT OIL COMPANY HAIRE PLUMBING HUSKE HARDWARE HOUSE 405 Hay St. Phone HE 3-2141 QUINN MILLER CO. " Furniture of Quality " 151 Gillespie Street FAYETTEVILLE. N. C. Telephone; HE 2-5177 297 9 Phone 433-3646 • MAIN OFFICE: 112 Rowan Street OFFICE: 3603 Raeford Road OFFICE: 4434 Bragg Boulevard (5»7rjQQoOTX •»eh ' P. fK ' J frur )3b cTtooub (f ' T’ Vp -vo ' jpw ' p 7) ' -Sfvapo jp9 vp arvvwr? i yxo-O tr yyv n qpMnriurin ' lv qpQ % (.V BRANCH BRANCH S% (rr V Ohno,fYY pQ 298 " Sue, wouldn ' t you love tor me to give you this for graduation? " Compliments of ALLIGOOD ' S TEXACO 1114 HAY STREET Auto — Lit e Fi re M. M. BEARD Agent STATE FARM INSURANCE CO. ' S 120 GROVE STREET HE 2-4015 STATE FARM INSURANCE EUTAW ELECTRIC Zenith Hearing Aids— Contact Lenses McBRYDE ' S OPTICIANS LEON AND ALEX Complete Eye Glass Service Since 1939 304 Hay Street HE 2-5487 P.O. Box 792 Fayetteville, N. C. Remember! BLAKE FLORIST For All Occasions Prince Charles Hotel Building Day Phone HE 3-2683 Night Phone HU 4-0220 B B BOWLING LANES On the Fort Bragg Rd. etteT O ervice outhern IV ’ ational B ank SAVINGS Qrady’s Sundries Store I 3008 FT. BRAGG RD. Dial 484-5690 CURRIE COAL COMPANY. INC. Blue Blazes Gas Appliances — Fuel Oil Dial HE 2-5121 300 HILLSBORO ST. FAYETTEVILLE " Tommy, you can spare the dollar a week for the Christmas ®ra tforb P- REALTOR ROOM 201 REAL ESTATE Be RENTALS FIRST-CITIZENS BANK BLDG. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PHONE 432-4623 SALES APPRAISALS 300 HESTER ' S TV AND APPLIANCE CO CAPE FEAR SUPPLY CO. West Russell- Street Compliments UNIQUE CLEANERS " Let Unique do it " 2008 Ramsey St. 433-1 184 4905 Bragg Blvd. 484-5052 GLAMOUR Open Thursday Evening by Appointment Personalized Hair Styling Air Conditioned Dryers 1241 FT. BRAGG RD. FAYETTEVILLE BRYAN PONTIAC CO. RANKIN BROS. CO. Curved Plywood Chair Seats and Backs P. O. Box 803 Fayetteville, N. C. BASSES ' FLOWER MART 5110 BRAGG BOULEVARD This G.T.O. has a real tiger at the wheel. 301 lAm ' “ fly A • V ' ■ ' 6 -OO " ■ ' ■ ' • f 0uj ' 7(X - -6- luuJt CLt Z ' AJ, 1$ J) i M. ; J ' • OUa y L iZ - A A ,aAAdx.il Courteous Drivers Are Safe Drivers Cla Trailways ' Safety Record Proves It vjj 2Z.j5t GoTRAILWAYS •..Specialists in friendly yj first; -class " travel ! t- 0 Trailways goes THRU to most destinations! I J QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS 304 Gillespie St. Fayetteville, N. C. Dial HE 3-1517 or HE 2-5127 302 Complimen+s of JERNIGAN-WARREN FUNERAL HOME 545 Ramsey Street HE 3-3131 HIGHLAND FURNITURE CO. Qualify and Service 3006 Bragg Blvd. PHONE: 484-0151 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL BANK FAYEHEVILLE OPTICAL CO. Contact Lenses W. H. LEDBETTER Prince Chas. Hotel Bldg. Reg. N. C. Optician Fayetteville, N. C. Dial HE 2-4228 prescription opticians, eye glasses, hearing aids, artificial eyes tor CALL " Your Independent Agent ' CLAUDE W. RANKIN and SON ' Mr. Beard, we ' re not really ready tor the ' joint plan ' yet. " I 10 Anderson Street HE 3-2167 P.O. Box 172 FT. BRAGG Dial 4-2132 304 HOWARD AND WITAKER ' S " Bill, they ' re long enough, I ' m sure! " Earn 4 1 4 percent on all your savings BULLARD FURNITURE Downtown, Haymount, and soon, Village Drive 3141 Raeford Road 305 - ITI NS BANK TRUST CO. l-ecleral Deposit Insurance Corporation r.FS IN FAYETTEVILLE TO SERVE YOU LIBERTY POINT HIGHLAND Blvd. Green Street yrVLJL " Carol Ann, now remember these combinations — they might come in handy some night! " 306 - — Compliments of WHATLEY MOTORS INC. 6400 Bragg Blvd. Bonnie Doon 484-6166 y ULAJ JjJuIoltiL Compliments of a FRIEND Qi iLA Autographs T V ' t ! S A ' j, 1 e ■f Ac. ; I 4 lo Q a d li li ) C D ■ " i Ft ' AV iwa j (, ' yoo O . ' A? Ia « c( - G O V) 6 I od(. 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