Fayetteville High School - La Famac Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)
- Class of 1966
Page 1 of 318
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Our 1966 Lr1Fanzavc is a history
of the past todays. It casts a light
over the challenges niet and oh-
stacles overcome, friends made and
maturity gained during our year at
Fayetteville Senior High School.
This light Shiites over the shadowy
path of the future-its rays of ex-
perience, fun, and friendship giv-
ing promise and hope for our years
to come. As students and teachers
we have toiled under the light of
a study lamp, fought and cheered
under the iloodlights of the foot-
hall stadium, concentrated under
the White lights of the classroom,
and danced under the soft lights
of the Prom. The fire of spirit has
bound us together, and each of us
has added to an individual torch
that will light a special path into
the future-a torch that will con-
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A timed typing exercise comes to a close as Mr. Mask carefully watches the seconds tick away.
The Anglo-Saxon period of
English literature becomes
the main interest in Mrs.
Schwan's senior English class.
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chestra in playing a selection
from Mary Poppins.
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as she practices on the violin.
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"gComo esta usted?" fHow are you'?l repeats Byah Doxey ns she dons the earphones in the language lab
Betty Boselle observes the preparation of nitric acid.
Pages flip and books scatter as Mark Wright searches for information for a World History report
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Trying to arouse school spirit, cheerleaders
Caroline Norman, Page Farrell, and Joanna
Sutton put up posters in anticipation of the
High Point game.
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Laboring late into the afternoon, student council members count votes from the 950 ballots cast in sophomore class elections.
Hi-Y boys distribute posters to local merchants to encourage participation in the United Fund Drive.
Sophomore class officers acting as ushers at College Night direct Dr. Harry, William Harry
Mr. MacKethan, and Crawford MacKethan to the gymnasium to visit other college representatives
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Wim .75 flcrsef Dedicated
"I love to think her like a blessed candle
Burning through life's long night,
Quietly useful, simple, gentle, tender,
And always giving light."
This is a woman whose ebullient
spirit has inspired us with determina-
tion, whose love of learning has light-
ened our every assignment, and whose
delight in each individual student has
earned her the love and admiration of
all. In the classroom or the communi-
ty, wherever she has served, she has
literally given herself to us a.nd to
others who have come before. We
have been encouraged by her faith,
calmed by her patience, and blessed
by her kindness. To this woman who
has taught us the meaning of love,
life, and learning, we, the annual staff,
are privileged to dedicate the 1966
,Miss .Salma Lee Davis
As co-sponsor of the National Honor So-
ciety, Miss Davis lights candles for Tom
Franklin and Richard Evans in preparation
for the induction ceremony.
Miss Davis beams as Nimocks Haigh pre-
sents a Christmas gift from her senior home-
9aenlty and Administration -
Sports - Ure Ere ef 6ernpetitien - page 148
Hlasses - Une ight ef Knowledge -
Advertisements - Zflre Spark ef
Uze Qazwag fight - page 20
Che Glow ef Kaadlelight - page 50
Orgazaaatieus - Che Karel: ef Seraiee - page 92
Gafaazeree - page 270
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. . . guide students in rnaking
lfoard af Education Gmfcrns
gayeifcville diy Schenk'
A corporation works most effectively when each of
its members fully understands the problems which re-
quire solution. The school board, like a corporation,
understands the magnitude and scope of the require-
ments of each school. Due to the great devotion of the
board members, the Fayetteville city schools have main-
tained an outstanding record of achievement. Serving
without salary, the members of the board have unself-
ishly devoted themselves to the government of the school
Mr. J. Mel Thompson, Chairman
Dr. John M. Harry, Vice-Chairman
Mr. C. Reid Ross, Secretary
Mr. Allie Atkinson
Mr. Herman L. Bishop
Mr. Luther B. Black
system. This policy-making body is the deciding factor
in the approval of curricula, the employment of more
personnel, and the selection of new school sites for
Fayettevilleis constantly expanding educational program.
By their experience these members are capable of
recognizing the important needs and making the vital
decisions necessary to keep our schools in competition
with the best.
Mr. Rupert E. Bullard
Mrs. Dan S. Currie, Jr.
Mr. Neill'A. Currie, Jr. Knot picturedl
Rev. C. R. Edwards
Mr. Louie L. Rouse
Mrs. Harry B. Stein
Mr. James R. Warner
Mr. Ross takes a break for the La
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Assistants te Superintendent Work Ont
MR. RAYMOND E. LUPER
Coordinating all physical education pro-
grams for the high schools and elementary
schools is Mr. Luper, who rose to the position
of Director of Athletics after serving as F.H.S.'s
football coach for fifteen years.
MR. ZOLLY C. BOWDEN
Mr. Bowden, the Assistant Superintendent in
Charge of Business, manages the lunchroom facili-
ties and has charge of all instructional supplies and
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Supervisors and Secretaries Qaezhtrzf
Bookkeeping secretaries who
maintain accurate administrative
records are Mrs. Florence Cook,
Mrs. Nell Bullard, and Mrs. Grace
Sewing as secretary in the Au-
dio-visual department is Mrs. .lan-
ice Knight, and as secretary of
Printing and Special Areas is llfhs.
Lena Belle Parsons.
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In close contact with the high
school are the following super-
visors who ease the administration
workload: Mrs. Nina Corbett, in
charge of the cafeteriag Mr. Car-
roll Powell, who attends to library
servicesg Mrs. Floyd B. Souders,
in charge of instructional suppliesg
and Mr. D. C. Jackson, who takes
care of maintenance.
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The secretaries attending to
administrative business are
Mrs. Elizabeth Bree-den, Mr.
Ross's private secretaryg Mrs.
John Ratledge, who acts as
the general receptionistg and
Mrs. Peggy Weeks, secretary
to Dr. McDonald.
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Dean 601114561 and Disczjvllze
It is a well known fact that the deans of F.H.S. are
strict disciplinariansg ask the hoy who was given
twenty-four hours to get a haircut, with the threat of
several visits to the notorious detention hall if he didn't
complyg or let the girl relate her experience in the
dean's office the day she had an unexcused tardiness.
But given half a chance, the deans can be a student's
best friend. These strict disciplinarians are as renowned
for their tolerant attitudes and understanding ears as
they are for the severity of their punitive measures.
Miss Moore can be most accommodating in signing a
dozen or so late bus passes, and lVlr'. Warren greets the
honest complaint with his assimilating smile. The deans
also conduct conferences with teachers and parents con-
cerning such problems as discipline, school policy, and
attendance. Be it known that no one ever entered the
deanis office of F.H.S. seeking the solution to a sincere
problem without coming away somewhat satisfied.
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MR. PERCY A. WARREN
Wake Forest College, B.S.g Physics, Dean of Boysg Mar-
shals' Sponsor, Coordinator of Driver Training
MISS L. MARIE MOORE
East Carolina College, B.S., M.A.g English II, Dean of
Girlsg Lafamac Sponsor
Hhs Arts Hrcafvs zz Ward! of Kulfure
The student of fine arts at FHS finds in this depart-
ment a program which is a relish to the academic
studies-a relief from the daily recitation in the lan-
guages, the drills in mathematics, the complexities of
social studies, the exactness of science. This department
guides the student in the development of his abilities
and in the maturation of his skills in the creative realm
of education, whether it be art, vocal or instrumental
music, or drama. The student learns that music is the
universal language when he delves into the magic of
Orchestra, Band, Music Theory, and Music Apprecia-
tion, and he learns the meaning of vocal quality in the
Mixed Chorus and Senior High Singers. Smoothness of
line and blending of color concern the student who
manipulates brush and pencil in the three levels of art
skills.. And for the born actor, as well as he who aspires
to drama without innate ability, the drama department
offers inspiration and direction in the field of personi-
fied literature. Thus, the opportunities offered in the
fine arts department at F.H.S. purposes the advance-
ment of more culturally-minded people.
The fine art of holding a tea cup is illustrated by Mrs. Safran to good effect.
MRS. INEZ C. BROOKS
George Peabody College, B.S.g Art I,
II, IIIg Art Club Sponsor
MR. FORREST T. RAY
Westminster Music Conservatory,
B.M.3 Mixed Chorus, Senior High
Singers, Music Appreciationg Choral
MR. WILLIAM F. ADCOX
U.N.C., A.B., M.E.g Band I, II, III,
Music Theory, Orchestra: Instrumental
Music Coordinator, Band Letter Club
MRS. ELEANOR D. SAFRAN
North Carolina State University,
U.N.C., A.B.g Drama, English III,
Journalismg The Bulldog Sponsor
MRS. WILMA D. CODWIN
Flora Macdonald College, BA.: Western
Carolina College: Appalachian State
Teachers College: English IV: Chair-
man of English Department
MISS EVE F. BENSON
University of Cincinnati, Pasadena Col-
lege. BA.: U.N.C.: English II. Associ-
ate in English
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MRS. MELINDA ANN CANIPE
East Carolina College, BS.: English Il,
Sugl' I1 Kecvmcs a 3' ld af Advcufu c
English at F.H.S. is more than just
a required course. lt is our native lan-
guage, a language in which' a student
must strive to develop beliefs and ex-
press them to the best of his ability.
He begins as a naive sophomore,
unaware of the adventure and enrich-
ment to be found. Through literature
he awakens to another world. He feels
the loneliness of the miser in George
Eliot's Silas Marner, becomes an out-
raged Roman citizen, thrilling to
Mark Anthony's funeral oration in
MRS. FRANCES A. FABIAN
Fairmont State College, AB.: West
Virginia, M.A.: English II, III
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Through
these vicarious experiences he learns
to think-to see the world through
someone elsels eyes.
Becoming a junior, he investigates
the democratic beliefs of his country
through the writings of great Ameri-
cans. He learns to analyze what makes
their speeches outstanding: and after
reorganizing these techniques of ex-
pression, he begins to put his own
ideas on paper. Elective courses of
joumalism, speech, advanced com-
position, and creative writing are of-
fered if he wishes to pursue them.
In his senior year, realizing the
demands of college, the student ex-
plores the deep meanings and motives
behind England's greatest literature
studies. He starts with her earliest
epic, Beowulf, and continues with one
of Shakespeare's most outstanding
tragedies, Macbeth, culminating with
modern poems and essays. ln both
speech and writing he becomes an
individual. He is ready to stand alone.
MRS. MARY C. FRASCHE
Guilford College, A.B.g English IV,
U.S. History: Sponsor of Junior Varsity
MR. JOHN E. HEDGEPETH
Emmanuel College, East Carolina Col-
lege, B.A.: English II, III: Junior
MRS. BETTY LEE CHENEY
Queens College, A.B.g English III. IV
MISS EMMA LEE DAVIS
East Carolina College, A.B.g Stetson
University. MA.: English IV, Crea-
tive Writing, Advanced Compositiong
National Honor Society Co-Sponsor
MR. STEPHEN HOUSTON
Oklahoma City University, B.A.g U.N.C.,
M.E.g English IIg Sophomore English
MISS VIRGINIA P. COBLE MRS. S. ANN CURRIN
U.N.C.-G., B.A.g English II. Ill Methodist College. B.A.q English II
Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. Schwarz. senior English teachers, eompurt- students' sketche
of charavlers from Chuucefs CHIIIFYIJIIU Tales.
MISS L. MARIE MQORE MRS. SUSAN H. PLEASANT
East Carolina College, B.S., M.A.3 Salcm Collvgv, B.A.g English III, IV
English II, Dean of Cirlsg LaFamnc
MRS. MARIE H. SPRADLEY MRS. CLENDA C. TILL
Loyola UIliW?fSii3', Ph-B-3 U-N-C-'GN liars Hill. Wake Forest College. B.A.:
M.E.g English II, III, Speech English II. Ill
In his sophomore English class, Mr. Houston vomhines a study of drama, music,
and culture with Rogers and Hammetstem's wcll-known musical connfdy. The King
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MRS. JANE C. SCHWARZ
Il.N.C.-C., A.B.: English III, IV:
Senior English Coordinator
MRS. RUTH M. WILLIAMS
Winthrop College. A.B.g English II. III
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MRS. MARY H. WILMERS
East Carolina College. RS.: English IV
,Main tiznnlnics inc inquiring Mind
ln. an increasingly technical world, mathematics has
become one of our most important subjects. F.H.S. is
ready to prepare its students in various skills and tech-
niques, helping them to realize the important place of
math in their lives. This effect stimulates the quizzical
mind, making it search for more knowledge and under-
The department offers courses ranging from practical
ffeneral math to Advanced Senior Math. Students on the
road to college take the standard.college preparatory
MRS. .IANIE H. SIMMERMAN
Hollins College, A.B.g Columbia Uni-
versity: U.N.C.-C: Algebra IIg Mathe-
matics Department Chairmang National
Honor Society Sponsor
MRS. SUSAN H. ELKINS
Catawba College, B.A.g Algebra II, III,
Trigonometry: Senior Class Play Spon-
MRS. ANN F. BALDWIN
Portland State College, B.S.g Advanced
Senior Math, Algebra II, Ill, Contem-
porary Geometry, Trigonometryg Senior
Class Play Sponsor
courses: geometry, algebra, and trigonometry. For en-
richment they may choose Advanced Senior Math, a study
of modern algebra with an introduction to set theory
and group theory. Students not wishing to pursue college
entrance courses, but who wish a math to help them
deal successfully with problems of everyday affairs, may
choose Senior High General Math. Mechanical Drawing
is available for Seniors planning to enter the field of
drafting, architecture, or other engineering work.
MRS. MARY H. CROOM
U.N.C.-G., B.A.g Algebra ll, Contem-
porary Geometryg Sponsor of Future
Teachers of America
Mrs. Simmerman keeps a close check on students at the opposite board solving
systems of equations.
MR. FREDERICK A. FICQUETT
North Carolina State University, BS.:
Contemporary Geometry, General Math
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QQ? 1' ' if
Billy Enlow attempts to draw objevts to
f we it
MRS. SHIRLEY L. PAUL
Meredith College, B.A.g Trigonometry.
elJral.ll. Ill: Svottish llalwors' Spun-
the supervision of Mr. Laney.
MR. GERALD N. LANEY
Wingate Junior College, AS.: North
Carolina State University, B.S.g Geom-
etry, Mechanical Drawing
MISS JUDITH L. STRICTLAND
Meredith College. BA.: Algebra ll.
MRS. BETTY THORNTON
Copiah Lincoln Junior College, A.A.:
Mississippi State College for Women,
B.S.g Algebra Il, Contemporary Geom-
etry. General Math
MRS. CHRISTINE FLOWERS
Louisiana State University, B.S.: Con-
temporary Geometry, Algebra I
MR. VERNON W. JONES
Campbell College, Duke University,
U.N.C., B.A.g General Math, Contem-
porary Geometry, Algebra Illg Associate
MRS. WINONA S. .IOYNER
N.C. Wesleyan College, B.A.g Algebra
Ig Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor
MR. CHARLES H. LINCOLN.
U.N.C., B.S.: Algebra Il, Contemporary
Geometryg Co-Sponsor of the National
MRS. ALICE YENS
University of Pittsburgh, B.S.g General
Math, Algebra I, Trigonometry
Jane Johnston follows Mrs. Baldwin's explanation of the graphing of cubic functions.
at 4:5 li 5
MRS. LALUCE P. WILLIAMS MRS. WINIFRED B. COOKE MR. LESTER DAVIS
Florida State University, B.S.g Biologyg Evangel College, B.S.g Chemistry Appalachian State Teachers College,
Science Department Chairman B-S-, M-E-3 Biology
Seieaee Department Prepares ta Meet the
Deraaral fer Hheraists Kialaaists, Physicists
The future of this nation in the growing responsi-
bilities of the technological and scientific research
fields rests on the science department of the secon-
dary school. F.H.S. ranks among the leaders in pre-
college science education. A wide variety of courses
is offered to prepare students for everything in the
modern science world from the race to space to
new techniques in horticulture and plant breeding.
In addition to the previous courses offered-biolcb
gy, advanced biology, chemistry, and physics-as
of this year, advanced physical science is included
in the F.H.S. curriculum. Senior High is ready to
meet the challenge of the needs of a growing scien-
tific world, and her goals are the goals of a nation
that wants to succeed.
C o m f o r t a h ly
perched upon his
- favorite stool, Mr.
Warren outlines a
A V H , - lab on thermal ca-
- r pacity for his third
period Physics class.
MR. MICHAEL D. MCLAURIN
U.N.C., B.S.g Chemistry, Geometry
MRS. BRENDA D. HALL MRS. KATHERINE L. MCCORMICK
U.N.C.-C., BA.: Advanced Biology. U.N.C.-G., U.N.C., B.S.3 Chemistry:
Varsity Cheerleaders Sponsor Chemistry Coordinatorg Student Forum
and Student Council Sponsor
NIR. JACK Nh-GINLEY MRS. MARGARET L. MUKAY
Wake Forest Colloge. B.S.: U.N.C., Flora Macdonald, B.A.g Advancvd
M.E.g Biologyg J.V. Basketball Coach, Physical Science, Coordinator of Ad-
Varsity Basolmall Coach vanced Physical Svic-riro
MR. EDGAR L. MANESS MISS DOROTHY PERICOLA
Campbell Collogc-, A.A.g East Carolina Columbia Collvge. BA.: Biology. As-
College, B.S.g Biologyg Varsity Bas sociato in Biology
An obliging skeleton offers his hand to
Mrs. Williams for her examination of his
MR. PERCY WARREN
Wake Forest Collm-go. BS.: Physics,
Dc-an of Boys. Coordinator of Driver
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Man has always sought expression
of his ideas through verbal commu-
nication, but ever since the Tower of
Babel, human understanding has been
hindered by the institution of foreign
language. The tense times of today's
world have introduced an increasing
need for world understanding. The
language department of F.H.S. is one
step toward the acquisition of this
French, as well as claiming the
title of "the language of diplomacy,"
constitutes about 40 per cent of the
words in the English language. The
MISS LETHA COPELAND
Flora Macdonald College, A.B.g Latin
I, III: Latin Club Co-Sponsor
MRS. .IACQUELINE D. NEAL
East Carolina College, B.S.g U.N.C.,
M.E.g French II, III: French Club
Key to flnnnzn understanding
French department at F.H.S. empha-
sizes all four of the basic language
art skills-reading, writing, speaking,
listening-as do the departments of
German and Spanish. F.H.S. ac-
knowledges the fact that German is
daily assuming a place of greater
significance in the world literature,
especially in the field of theology and
psychology. For this reason, the
F.H.S. language department recently
incorporated German in the curricu-
lum. He who studies in the Spanish
department realizes that a compre-
hension of this language is vital in
MR. JERRY L. DAMANDL
Moravian College, B.A.g German I,
Ilg German Club Sponsor
MISS .IACQUELINE G. PADGETT
Armstrong College, A.A.g U.N.C., B.A.g
French IIg Associate in French, French
II Club Sponsor
dealing with our Latin American
neighbors in an effort to establish
peace in the Western hemisphere. The
voice of the classics resounds in the
halls of the Latin departmentg 'and
although normally it is not a spoken
language, it reflects admirably the
The thrill of expressing an opinion
in a foreign language or enjoying the
romance of the literature of distant
lands in the original tongue is the
unsurpassed reward of diligent study
MRS. .IACQUELINE E. GRAY
Baylor University, B.A.g Presbyterian
School of Christian Education, M.C.E.:
Spanish I, II
MISS MARY J. PERKINS
East Carolina College, B.S.g French I,
IIg Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor
MRS. DORIS B. McNEILL
Flora Macdonald College, B.A.g French
Il, IIIg Language Department Chairman,
MISS SUSAN HIRST
Wake Forest College, B.A.: Spanish
I, Spanish Club Sponsor
MISS ROGETTE WERNICKE
Florida Presbyterian College, B.A.g
Spanish Ilg Associate in Spanish
MRS. MARGUERITE BERGES
Florida State University, A.B.g Arizona
State University, Spanish I, Il
MRS. IRMEN H. HORNE
Johann-Wolfgang Goethe University of
Frankfurtg French I, IIg Co-Sponsor
of French II Club
MR. ROBERT G. CARR
Maryville College. B.A.g University of
Tennessee. M.S.: Spanish Il, III: Span-
ish Coordinator: Spanish Club Sponsos
MISS HELEN J. HUGHES
Goucher College, A.B.g Latin I, II 3
.Associate in Lating Latin Club Co-Spon'
Mrs. Horne stresses the importance .of noun and adjective agreement in the French
Smal Studies 5nlarges the
Hvuudaries :ff Our Wvrld
lmproved means of communica-
tion have made todayis world small-
er, enabling us to know more about
all of its parts. Recognizing its
value, education has begun to use
various news media in the formal
T.V. History, World History, and
US. History stress not so much the
world of the past as the world of the
present. Government makes good use
of current events, handling news
from local U.S.' Bills. Contempo-
rary History, a new course, studies
history in the making as it surveys
all the world and analyzes problems
of all areas of the globe. World
Geographyds interests are found in
the conditions that help to form
cultures of different lands. World
History is a background of years
of culture and helps us to under-
stand how much tradition and past
history influence today.
MR. SOLON R. COTTON
Duke University, A.B.g World History
MR. ROBERT E. MULDROW
East Carolina College, B.S., M.A.g Eco-
nomics, Sociologyg Football, Track,
MR. DON H. LANDRETH
U.N.C., B.A., M.A.g Geography, World
MISS RACHEL M. CLIFFORD
U.N.C.-G., A.B.g Columbia University,
M.A.g U.S. History, Government: Soc-
ial Studies Department Chairman
MISS BARBARA A. McARTHUR
High Point College, A.B.g Geography,
Geography Survey, Government Survey,
Working together. Miss Clifford and Mr. Landreth revise filmstrips for the social
MR. KENNETH E. BASINGER
Wingate Junior College, A.B.g East
Carolina College, B.S.g U.S. History,
MR. MARTIN T. MCKINNON, JR.
N.C. Stateg St. Andrews, B.A.g U.S.
MR. ROBERT B. SMITH
East Carolina College, BS.: U.S. His-
toryg Audio-Visual Coordinator
Mr. McKinnon's amusing anecdote helps bridge the gap between present day and the
War of 1812.
MR. SHIRLEY L. WILSON
Davidson. BS.: U.N.C., M.E.g Con-
temporary History, U.S. Historyg Ath
letic Coordinator, Head Football Coach,
Chairman of Physical Education Depart
ment, Monogram Club Sponsor
MR. TIMOTHY WOOD
U.N.C., A.B.g US. History, Govern
mentg Key Club Sponsor
Business Dee rfmeul Stresses Z7re,wzretie14
Preparation of the student for a
business life is an important and es-
sential purpose in the F .I-l.S. business
education department. There arevar-
ied courses offered to cover every
phase of this preparation. Before a
student can be expected to be an ef-
ficient accountant, executive, or book-
keeper, he must understand the prin-
ciples of the American economy.
With this knowledge, he can discover
the field in which he wishes to pro-
ceed and take the courses which will
teach him the proper techniques and
help him acquire the needed skills.
Typing I and II, Bookkeeping, Short-
hand I and II, Business Arithmetic,
Commercial Economics and Business
Law, and Business Information- sup-
ply sufficient training. Typing I
teaches the fundamentals and Typing
MRS. DORIS J. BAKER
High Point College, B.S.g Typing I, II
ll develops the skills through exten-
sive practice. Private secretaries are
the final product of stenography,
after leaming to manipulate short-
hand symbols. Accounting and the
handling of books for any office are
the main points of Bookkeeping and
Business Arithmetic. The application
of business and the benefits of law to
the private citizen centralize the
course of Commercial Economics and
With the proper instruction re-
ceived, the student is now ready to
try his wings. The safest place to
begin is in F .H.S. so he participates
in Office Practice which gives him
a general idea of what will be ex-
pected of him in years to come. Vo-
cational Office Training elevates the
MRS. DOROTHY D. BEARD
Wake Forest College, B.A.g Typing Ig
Future Nurses of America Sponsor
Working late into the afternoon, Mrs. Mace prepares the next day's lesson for her
student into a ten hour per week job
in a Fayetteville business. During the
morning, the student attends aca-
demic classes and receives job-relat-
ed training. In the afternoon, he
works with a business firm for pay.
Another branch of this department
is Distributive Education taught and
managed by Mr. Price. Instruction is
given in selling, merchandising, ad-
vertising, buying, display, managerial
duties, personal work, and merchan-
dising mathematics. Then the student
has an opportunity to put to work
what he has learned through a job.
Dividing his time between his aca-
demic studies and his job, the student
receives credit for his academics as
well as two to three credits for the
MRS. MARY K. DASKAL
Flora Macdonald College, B.S.g Typ-
ing I, II, Business Arithmetic
MRS. ANNE J. MACE
Florida State University, B.S.g Book-
keeping, Shorthand I, Typing I: Junior-
Senior Prom Advisor
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MRS. DOROTHY P. SASSER
U.N.C.-C., B.S.S.A.g University of Ten-
nesseeg Shorthand II, Vocational Office
Trainingg Business Department Chair-
MR. WILLIAM B. McLAURIN, JR.
Campbell College, B.S.g Business Arith-
metic, Business Informationg Track
MR. JAMES A. MASK
Appalachian State Teachers College,
B.S., M.A.g Typing I, Bookkeeping,
Commercial Economics and Business
The complicated process of operating the bookkeeping machine is explained by
Mrs. Sasser to Allene Warren.
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MR. THOMAS H. PRICE
University of Miami, A.B.g U.N.C.
ME.: Appalachian State Teachers Coli
lege, M.A.g Distributive Educationg Dis
tributive Education Club Sponsor
MRS. MARGARET A. ROWELL
Catawba College, A.B.g Typing I, Short
hand I, Business Arithmetic
Sirvrzg Eddie l6'uikl Strong Mind
The physical education department
not only places stress on physical fit-
ness but also on its important rela-
tionship to school life. A strong body
provides the student with the neces-
sary energy he needs to perform
his duties and responsibilities more
Sophomore and junior girls' P.E.
classes instructed by Miss Cherry and
Mrs. Brown concentrate on learning
and developing skills in such sports
as softball, golf, basketball, tennis,
archery, volleyball, and ping pong.
The girls also have an opportunity to
practice these skills more extensively
by participating in intramural sports
or joining the Girls, Athletic Associa-
Activities in the boys' department
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under the direction of Coach Shirley
Wilson, Mr. Dwight Brown, and their
assistants, include football, baseball,
basketball, track, golf, and tennis.
Intramural sports provide fun and
enjoyment for all boys. Interested
and capable boys play on F.H.S.'s
junior varsity and varsity teams, and
compete with other schools in the
Eastern 4-A Conference.
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MR. SHIRLEY L. WILSON
Davidson, B.S.g U.N.C.,- M.E.g Contem-
In her sophomore P.E. class, Miss Cherry emphasizes the importance of a coordinated POTHTY Hi5t0fY- U-S- HiSf01'Y3 Athletic
volleyball serve. Coordinator, Head Football Coach,
Chairman of P.E. Department, Mono-
gram Club Sponsor
MRS. JANIE P. BROWN
Wake Forest College, B.S.g East Caro-
lina College, M.Ed.g Girls, Physical
MR. DWIGHT D. BROWN
East Carolina College, B.S.g Physical
Education, Head Track Coach, Asst.
Football Coach, Asst. Wrestling Coach
MISS M. CHRISTINE CHERRY
Mars Hill College, U.N.C.-G., B.S.
Girls' Physical Education, Girls Ath
letic Association Sponsor
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5 MRS. FRANCES Bowman
l U.N.C.-G., B.S.H.E.g Home Economics
III, Family Life Educationg Home
Q Economics Department Chairmang Fu-
The goal of the Home Economics
Department is to train girls to become
efficient homemakers and valuable
members of the family. -In the begin-
ning year, Home Economics I, they
study etiquette and family relations as
well as learning the basic essentials of
sewing and cooking. Girls continuing
with Home Economics II practice their
lrecently acquired abilities and make a
more concentrated study of home
management. In the third year, the
preparation of teas and buffets com-
,bines the skills and knowledge of the
previous two years. Also included is a
Red Cross home nursing training
course. Throughout the three years,
much emphasis is placed on child de-
velopment and family life. All girls
who have taken a Home EC course are
eligible to join the Future Homemak-
ers of America.
By the end of her training course,
the girl is confident of her abilities as
hostess and homemaker, wife and
mother. Some take advantage of an-
other elective offered, Family Life'
Education, which seeks to prepare the
student for marriage and homemaking
by analyzing various family problems.
Practice makes perfect under Mrs. War-
ren'sA expert guidance in a home economics
class. In this picture, Mrs. Warren helps
two home economic students wrap meat for
ture Homemakers of America Sponsor
MRS. CLEO B. WARREN
Greensboro College, A.B.g Home
Economics I, II: Marshals' Sponsor
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Qnidanee Department ffetne Students
Obtain ,7ndie2lnnl Gents
MR. FRED N. SARTAIN
Idaho State College, B.A.g Guidance
MRS. ETHELYN M. LIVERMORE
East Carolina College, B.A., M.A.:
To the sophomore, unaware of his
abilities, the guidance department ad-
ministers tests and plans schedules.
To the junior. ignorant of the impor-
tance of college boards, the guidance
department informs and directs the
proper course. To the senior, unsure
of a college choice or vocation, the
guidance department advises and as-
sists in future goals. To each of these,
Mrs. Livermore and Mr. Sartain offer
a helpful and reassuring answer. They
are concerned and interested in each
and every student. Besides individual
counseling and group lectures, the
guidance office with its array of col-
lege catalogs, vocational brochures,
and scholarship bulletins, is open
throughout the day to inquiring and
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ponsored by sponsored by sponsored by
Ro er Gann Steve Sullins Mike Bohllitt
The wind-whipped flames of the bonfire soared into the ebony
sky, signifying the start of the 1965 Homecoming Festivities. Five
hundred students thronged together under the treesg the faces of
the football players glowed in the firelight with pride in the spirit
of their cheering fans. At last the flames flickered and died: the
crowd dispersed in anticipation of the next day's game.
October 29, 1965-enthusiasm mounted throughout the day. Rufus,
the Bulldog mascot, appeared at the Homecoming pep rally to add
his support to that of the students. When the bell rang ending the
school day, the rush of excitement centered in the parking lot where
students lined up their cars in the traditional Cavalcade. Slowly the
blue and white caravan glided through the streets, blasting horns
and colorful banners announcing the night's game.
With sunset came the first trickle of anticipating fans. The trickle
swelled into a river of alumni. students, children, and "just in-
terested" spectators who crammed the, stadium, undaunted by the
freezing cold. At 8:00 the "Star Spangled Banner" drifted out into
the night, the beginning whistle sounded, and the ball soared into
the air on the kick-off. At half-time the scoreboard registered
Fayetteville 13, Goldsboro 7, as the Bulldogs trotted off the field.
Then the long-awaited half-time ceremonies began. The FHS
band marched out onto the field to form the figure, a crown. Twenty-
six girls sponsored by Senior football players took their places on
the field. Eleven of these were Seniors vying for the title of Home-
coming Qneen. There was a tense moment of silence as Gary
Henschen, President of the Senior Class, walked out to escort the
new queen to the center of the figure. A radiant Caroline Norman
was crowned by Bob Tally, President of the Student Body, and pre-
sented a bouquet of chrysanthemums. As the Scottish Dancers, band,
and majorettes performed in her honor, she left the field in happy
tears amid the approving cheers of the crowd.
From the start of the second half, the Fayetteville Bulldogs
pressed on to victory. After the exuberant crowd had watched the
final seconds tick away. the score stood Fayetteville 41, Goldsboro 13.
The victory proved a joyful ending for a perfect Homecoming.
Scottish dancers march in pairs from the field after performing ceremonies in honor of the Homecoming Queen, Miss Caroline
, the 5'Reel of Tulloch" and the 'iSlrathspey" during the halftime Norman.
Miss Connie King Miss Sherrv Conway
sponsored by sponsored by
Gordon Peebles John Hanretty
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Miss Lorrie Hendon
Miss Kay N31-ron Miss .luliana Sciolla
sponsored by 5P0T1S0fCd bl'
Steve Helms Tom Ricketts
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Miss Allene Warren
Miss Terry Jordan '
Miss Gail Jones
Scuivr Qoofball Players 3,0014 or Gif!
Miss Clxvryl Nusa-kos .
Miss Diane Smith
Miss Debbie' Frank
Mascot Rufus merits his own round of applause at the Homecoming Pep Rally. Miss Pridie Clark
br Jfvmccvming 6011 I so so
Miss Randi Dickinson
Miss Susan Fullnr
sponsored by The hard-fought game' over, the winner leavvs the
George Manuel field with the girl who chcvrc-ml him on. 57
E716 joy of Wcfory Ziugcrs
Miss Mary .lo Kelleher
Miss Martha Wooten
Exhausted but happy students celebrate at the Student Council-sponsored dance held
in the school cafeteria after the game.
Miss Joanna Sutton
Miss Kay Lieberman
Miss Mary Loomis
Miss Minnie Ehrlich
sponsored by A is
Miss Kaki Bartholomees
Miss Donna Clayton
Queen Caroline surveys her new empire, the football
field, over which she will rule until Homecoming, 1966.
Students "Wl10o,v .7t lip '
Crinning broadly, Roxanne Hayward and Don For two cents, Marryin' Sam, Mr. Carr, hitclws another Dogpatcli couple
Perkins pose as lllf? chosen Duisey Nlac amd I.'il -busun Bowers and Rirliarcl Hart.
Guys and gals dance in their combat boots and straw huts to the swinging music of the Dimensions.
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When Fayetteville gals start hauling out their butter-
y nets and track shoes. itis nearing Sadie Hawkins
ance time. Mannny Yokum and Nloonheani McSwine
-in't hold a candle to the FHS girls when they set off
J show their men a time at the annual Scottish Danc-
Ifil Abner fDon Perkinsl and Daisey Mae t'Roxanne
aywardt. chosen by the Scottish Dancers as the hest-
ressed couple, are there to lead the merrymakers in
ot-stomping. handclapping dancing. These Dogpatchers
el right at home in the FHS Cafeteria, a perfect rep-
ca of Dogpateh. USA, complete with a wooden fence.
raw scattered on the floor. and cornstalks in the cor-
rs. The Capp characters come alive as the revelers let
ff steam for the end of the six weeksi tests and the
ginning: of the 'lhanksgiving holidays.
Giving their beaus cabbage, carrot, and onion cor-
ges. the marriage-hent lassies treat the guys to a night
1 the town as the evening begins with eating vittles
a local restaurant. All dandied up in their Sunday
st-fancy rags covered with patches of all shapes
d sizes-the gals drag their reluctant men off to
larryin' Sain, Mr. Carr, to get hitched proper. Then
's on to the dance floor with all the "Newlyweds" for
rollicking evening of hillbilly fun.
Studi-nts and teachers alike pause for a brief moment of rest from the exhausting square dancing.
Taking full advantage of Sadie Hawkins, Dee O'Neil orders the
most expensive steak in the house.
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From the first meeting held in the auditorium to the
removal of the decorations following the close of the
contest, the Junior Class Project, the Miss FHS contest,
was a complete success. Under the guidance of Miss
Christine Cherry and Mrs. Wilma Godwin, the carefully
selected committee heads were able to arouse the spirit
of the Class of '67 to such an extent that every task they
attempted was successful. Ticket, judges, soliciting, deco-
rations, and entertainment committees "shaped up" as
the Juniors participated in the work assigned to them.
Bills were collected, decorations created, and many
orders were issued as the final goal neared.
Young men with booming voices competed for the
honor of being chosen to announce, but, as usual,
only a lucky few could actually fulfill the position.
After weeks of preparation, the stage finally stood
vacant, but ready. Dark green fronds and slender white
pillars created a truly royal setting. An exquisite gold
throne rested on an elevated platform, backed by a
deep red curtain. The traditional "red carpet" led up
to the throne. On opening night the crowd gasped as
the curtains parted-the transformation which had taken
place was almost magical.
Two busy nights of judging by Mrs. Tom White of
St. Paul, Mrs. J. D. Bames of Dunn, and Mrs. Robert
Hughes of Parkton, resulted in the selection of seventy-
two beautiful and poised semi-finalists. It was these-
girls who returned later to be appraised by scrutinizing
judges and an attentive audience.
On the third and final night of the contest, an ex-
pectant crowd filled the gymnasium. They watched at-
tentively as Susan Lucas, chosen hy the semi-finalist
as a perfect example of friendliness and charm, w
presented the Miss Congeniality Cup. These three lon
nights of hectic expectation and continuous hoping wer
brought to a close as Mrs. Hoover Adams of Dunn an
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrison of Raeford made th
final choice of the queen and her court. Each membe
of the court was presented to the audience and als
received a bouquet of red roses. The climax to th
entire contest came when the former Miss FHS, Caroly
Boisky, crowned the new Miss FHS, Carolyn Jones
The crowd of onlookers cheered wildly as Carolyn r
ceived her crown, a trophy, and a huge bouquet of re
Linda Barton, Neil Eckstein, and Sharon
Nichols, juniors of the Miss FHS decorating
ommittee, add final touches to the stage as they
Edorn the curtains with sparkling red letters
reading Miss FHS.
Flashing a big smile, Susan Lucas is escorted off the stage after being named thc
winner of the coveted Miss Congeniality Award.
Easing their nervous tensions with laughter, contestants wait backstage
or the judges' final decision.
Completely taken by surprise, Carolyn Jones smiles with a
hint of disbelief as she is named Miss FHS.
Roger l70Well,41m0u14cc's the
First runner up Second runner up Third runner up
Miss Penny Langston Miss Teresa Culbreth Miss Michele Wysocki
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Fourth runner up Fifth runner up Sixth runner up
Miss Ann Maness Miss Kathy Matthews Miss Peggy Faircloth
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Wmzlly Il Queen is Zrowucd
Carolyn Boisky crowns Carolyn Jones as Miss FHS 1966 to
conclude three nights of hopeful waiting on the part of many
contestants and anxious spectators. As the crowd disperses, a
proud father strides across the stage, and with a kiss on the cheek
recognizes his daughter as the reigning Miss FHS.
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lvied columns . .. marble benches .. . a bub-
bling fountain the hills of Rome rising in the
background . . . PLAY-GROUND OF THE GODS?
No, it's the scene of HA Roman Holidayf' theme
of the 1965 Junior-Senior Prom.
Hard work and planning went into creating the
gay but majestic aura of "A Roman Holiday."
Early in March the Steering Committee met with
its advisors to make plans for the most beautiful
.lunior-Senior ever. Committees and their chair-
men were selected from those who volunteered, and
industrious juniors set to work.
The decorations committee did a magnificent job
of transforming the gymnasium. A parachute bil-
lowed from the ceiling, murals depicting buildings
of old Rome covered the walls, and white columns
and benches were spaced around the dance floor.
Finally the big night came. Roman slaves dressed
in gold and purple tunics greeted couples at the
door to check wraps. Soft strains of music from
the Rudy Lamone orchestra beckoned them into a
Roman garden and onto the dance floor.
At 9:30 a hush fell as Terry Lindvall took the
microphone to announce the formation of the figure
-the Roman numerals LXV C651 by the officers
of the Junior and Senior Classes and their dates.
And then the special moment . .. Mike Dey and
Carol Orchel were crowned king and queen of the
Prom and ascended their throne beside a splashing
Throughout the night, slaves glided about sewing
"nectar" and cookies in the cafeteria, but as the
hour of midnight approached, a cascade of balloons
fell from the ceiling, furnishing a gay souvenir of
a memorable evening in old Rome.
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Couples dance the night away to strains of music from the Rudy
Sophomores, elected as the waiters and waitresses by the Averitte, Kay Godwin, Chris Brewer, Verdery Kerr, Chris
Junior and Senior classes are as follows: I. to r. kneeling Cammack.
Susan Lucas, .lack Linvill, Kathy Durkin. Standing: Sue
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Herbert William Clegg, II
Susan Shaw Lucas
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Randal Lyn Dickinson
John Tardy Moore
Sue Carol Averitt
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"Please follow me sir." This clear voice comes
from a girl wearing a white dress and a blue ribbon
over her shoulder signifying her position as a Mar-
shal. At a few of the most important occasions of
the school year, these Marshals are seen "in action"
They serve as ushers at the Miss FHS contest, the sen-
ior class play, awards night, and, most important
of all, graduation night.
The Senior Class elects eight junior boys and seven
girls by popular vote on the basis of character,
merit, and ability. With Mr. and Mrs. Warren as
their guide and a smile as their trademark, the
Marshals provide an invaluable service to Fayette-
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SHS Students Serve as State OMeers
Since joining the Hi-Y in his junior
car, Donald Mann has served it to his
ullest capacity. He was Chaplain and
President of the local club, President of
listrict 6, and Chaplain of the North
d South Carolina region. Don also
ficiated as President of the Church
outh Council of the First Baptist
Ihurch in 1965 was selected as a N.C.
Pelegate to the Youth Governors Con-
Ention in Washington, D.C. His col-
,ge plans center around a major in
As delegate to the Tri-Hi-Y District Convention, Fran McColl was
elected Vice-President of District 6. She had already demonstrated her
leadership ability by serving as Secretary of the Scottish Dancers during
her junior year and Secretary of the Student Forum her sophomore year.
Along with her responsibility as a Tri-Hi-Y officer, Fran was President of
the Library Club, Vice-President of the Scottish Dancers, and President of
her Youth Fellowship at Highland Presbyterian Church. She plans to major
in Library Science at East Carolina College.
Although at FHS for only two years, Juliana Sciolla has proved her worth to the school
through a wide range of activities. An Honor Society member for two years, she ran for State
Secretary of the National Honor Society and was elected for the 1966 term. As editor of the
1966 Lafamac, Juliana has carried a heavy load of responsibility. Outside of school, she acts
as President of the Junior Army Daughters. Math is her favorite subjectg she plans to attend
the Catholic school of Manhattanville in New York.
Her ability in the ull13ll,S world" of mathematics and engineering does
not prevent Mary Thornton from participating in school events and
putting her talents to use in various clubs. She was a member of the
Spanish Club. Honor Society, Futurc Teachers of America, and the
Junior Army Daughters. A National Merit Finalist, she was chosen
Most Intellectual by her senior classmates. During the summer of 1965.
Mary studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Programming at
the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh. She plans to
continue her studies in the field of electrical or nuclear engineering,
preferably at M.l.T.
English literature and working with children are
Jones' primary interests, but she has a wide range of other
interests and a long record of participation in the Latix
Club, French Club, and Honor Society. of which she wa:
Secretary during her senior year. Carolyn also worked as
Feature Editor of the Lajnmac and as President of the
Nature High School Carden Club. As an added honor
Carolyn was chosen as the reigning Miss FHS 1965. Sh:
became a National Merit Finalist, and, recognizing hel
potential, the senior class chose her Most Likely tc
Succeed. Hoping to attend Duke University, she would like
to major in English or French.
Tom Ricketts has been highly successful in
both academic and athletic endeavors. He lettered
in Track, Cross Country, and Football, and was a
member of the Monogram Club in his Junior and
Senior years. He has belonged to the Hi-Y for
two years and was President of the school chapter
of the National Honor Society. The University of
North Carolina, recognizing his achievements,
made him a finalist in the John Motley Morehead
Scholarship competition. Tom is also a National
Merit Finalist and will attend U.N.C.
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Harold Link has offered his greatest services to the band
of FHS, serving as its Drum Major and as Lieutenant
during his senior year. In his three years in the trumpet
section, he has also been a member of the Band Letter
Club and the Band Officers Club. In addition, Harold is
the recipient of the Band Service Award. He has partici-
pated in the Latin and German Clubs and Honor Society
and is a member of the Luther League in his church. Hon-
ored as both a National Merit Finalist and as a Morehead
Scholarship Nominee, he likes physics and German and is
trying for West Point.
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A widely traveled and extremely versatile girl, Kali"
Bartholomees seems to succeed in everything she attemptsl
She has held homeroom offices as well as being President
of the Latin Club, Parliamentarian for the Future Teach-
ers of America, and Historian of the Junior Army Daught-5
ers. At the State Convention, she was elected State Secrei
tary of the Future Teachers of America for the 1965 year'
As a junior she served as a Marshal and as a Senior wa
on the Lafamac Staff. During her summers, Kaki worke
as a Red Cross volunteer and also acquired her Senio
Life-Saving badge. A National Merit Finalist, she hope
to attend Duke University.
French and English are the favorite subjects of thd
many-sided Anne Luper. She has been a member of the
French Club, Tri-Hi-Y, and Future Teachers, serving as
Vice-President of the latter in her senior year. Anne was
an essential part of the Sports Staff of the Lafamac and
of the steering committee of the Prom. Being a Nation
Merit Finalist, Anne has an excellent chance of attendin
her college choice, Duke University.
At FHS for only two years, Roger Cann has
distinguished himself in the field of sports, his
specialty being football. ln this sport ite was
All-Conference, All-State, All-East. All-Southern,
and All-American. Roger was a semi-finalist in
ithe UNC Morehead Scholarship competition and
was chosen Most Athletic by the senior class.
He was a member of the Monogram Club his
junior and senior years.
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Cary Henschen has devoted much of his time to the Student Council by
serving as a Sophomore and Junior Representative and as President of the
Senior Class. A member of the Hi-Y for three years, he acted as its Vice-
President in his junior. year and Chaplain his senior. He was also in the
membership of the Latin and French Clubs. Cary received the honor of being
chosen a Marshal and the Most Dependable in the senior class. A member
of the First Presbyterian Church, he was nominated by the University of
North Carolina for a Morehead Scholarship and'became a finalist.
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Bob Tally has directed most of his talents toward leading the
Student Body as its 1965-66 President. As a Hi-Y member of
three years, he was its President his junior year and Parliamen-
tarian the next year. His fellow classmates chose him Most Out-
standing Citizen and he was nominated for the Morehead Scholar-
ship to the University of North Carolina. Bob was an active par-
ticipant on the FHS golf and baseball teams his sophomore and
junior years. A National Honor Society member. he would like
to attend Duke University.
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Leadership, intelligence, and good looks come in equal
proportions to Jane Johnston. In student government she
serves as Senior Class Secretary and is in charge of the
Senior Magazine Drive. As a junior she was chosen a
Marshal, headed the refreshment committee for the Prom,
was her homeroom's treasurer, and worked on the ticket
committee for Miss FHS. She attends Holy Trinity Episco-
pal Church and Youth League and is a member of the
Fayetteville Junior Garden Club. In recognition of Jane's
scholastic ability and versatility, the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro nominated her for the Alumni
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ln accordance with her attraction to the field of business. Kay Hutchinson has devoted much of her time
to the Distributive Education Club. During her senior yr-ar she served as its President. At the Convention
in Kinston she was elected Treasurer of the 9th District and was chosen Student of the Year at the Conven-
tion in Teachey. Kay is also active in the Second Baptist Church, having held offices in Sunday School and
Richard Evans has accumulated an outstanding
scholastic record. This record includes Most Intellectu-
al of 1966, the NCTE English Award, the Louise
Black Scholastic Award, and recognition as a National
Merit Finalist. He was elected President of the
German Club both his junior and senior years and
in his second year in the Honor Society he served
as Vice-President. On the Lafamac Staff, Richard
filled the responsible position of Business Manager
with ease. His hobby is chess and he is a member
of the Fayetteville Chess Club. He hopes to study at
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston.
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A member of the Methodist church, Carole McKnight has con-
:entrated her abilities in the program of her church Youth Fellow-
hip. She has served as the local M.Y.F. President, sub-district
President. district Vice-President, and as a representative to the
nited Christian Youth Movement. Carole participated in the ac-
'vities of the Future Teaclicrs of America, German Club, and Na-
ional Honor Society during her junior and senior years. A Na-
ional Merit Finalist, she has been accepted at Methodist College
Responsible and self-assured Patty I.ePors plans to continue her
study of French at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
or at Greensboro. She has been nominated for the Katharine Smith
Reynolds Scholarship to UNC-G. Patty is not only a member of the
French Club, but also belongs to the National Honor Society and
works on the sophomore section of the Lajnmac. Her hobbies in-
clude needlework and she has traveled widely in the U. S.
Each year, students from across the state of North Carolina
are selected to attend the Governors School at Salem College
in Winston-Salem. The school offers eight weeks of intensive
study in various fields. From FHS Con benchl were Richard
Evans in Math, Barbara Bridges in orchestra, Peggy Mason
in dancing, fon groundl Larry McBc-nnett in social science, and
Larry Passar in foreign languages.
Sharon Meegan was one of the FHS Certificate of Award
winners in the North Carolina Regional Scholastic Art Awards
Contest covering the Piedmont Section of North Carolina and
six counties in Virginia. Here Sharon sketches from various
prints in the art room. Cther Certificate winners from FHS
in this contest sponsored hy WFMY-TV were Vicki Spitzer and
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The Scottish Dancers have a long record of service in school and
civic affairs, but they also take great pleasure in competing with
Scottish Dancers from across the state. In the Winter Competitions
in Charlotte, our FHS Dancers compiled an impressive total. From
left to right, the winners are as follows: Pam McRainey, Peggy
Mason, Martha Temple, Peggy Faircloth, Bet Miller, and Marcia
Vann. The group captured lst, 2nd, and 3rd places in the Sword
Dance, Highland Fling, and Strathspey and Reel o'Tulloch, and lst
and 2nd places in Sheann Tribhus in the open division. ln the
novice division they won lst in the Sword Dance and Fling. Two
girls placed in the 15 and under class. Martha Temple carried away
gle biggest prize, a loving cup for the Most Promising Novice
The following awards and scholarships are presented represent- Two of the Ul0St prized 8W81'dS are the Serv
in a special Friday evening program in May. Repre- ice Cup to a senior girl and the Challenge Cup to a
sentatives of various organizations come to bestow the S6Di01' lJ0y Wl10 have best developed their talents and
scholarship, medal, or award of the group which they contributed most to Fayetteville Senior H1 h School
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Choral Music Award
Senior Band Awards:
Senior Leadership Medal
Senior Service Medal
National Arion Foundation Medal
Key Club Award:
Sandy Nininger Award
D.A.R. History Award
A.M. Myrover Mathematics Award
Katherine Vardell Williamson Award
The Louise Black Scholastic Award
Junior Essay Award
Senior Essay Award
American Legion Auxiliary Cup
D.A.R. Citizenship Awards:
Good Citizenship lsophomorel
Good Citizenship Pilgrim Award Cjuniori
Most Valuable Athlete Award
Civitan Good Citizenship Award
Home Economics Award
B'nai B'riLb Scholarship
Lions Club Scholarship
Classroom Teachers Scholarship
Leon Fleishman Memorial Award
Key Club Scholarship
Honor Society Scholarship
Student Council Scholarship
North Carolina Academic Contests
First Place Physics
Second Place Physics
Second Place U.S. History
Bible and Life Award
Girl's Sportsmanship Award
F.H.A. Scholarship Award
Pope Officers Wives Scholarship
Government Affairs Committee
Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce
Virginia Norman Fisher
James Charles Bray
Vicky Leigh Hoffman
James Albert Barnes III
Virginia Norman Fisher
Mary Ellen Loomis
Thomas Tracy Cottingham III
Richard Joseph Schroer
Lois June Sabbath
Penny Sue Davis
Robert Wilson King, Jr.
William Earl Gardner, Jr.
Paul Arthur Dehmer
Richard St. Denis
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.layvee cheerleader tryouts are a September must. Here Caroline Norman instructs some ambitious hopefuls
At summer's end, a student body gathers within the walls of F.H.S.,
'eparated in status, but held together by the common bond of learning.
ifhey are hesitant sophomores, inquisitive juniors, assured seniors, each
with his own particular goal, yet working and relaxing together in the
lose-knit atmosphere of their STUDENT LIFE. From September's first
asp of amazement to ,luneis last sigh of relief, they calm each other's
worries, hail each otheris victories, and rejoice in each ot.her's happiness.
is is their life, shivering in the blast of an overworked air-conditioner,
roaning at the prospect of getting back a math test, leaping in excite-
, ent as the basketball swishes the net, standing patiently in a creeping
,unch line, working industriously to meet aydeadline. Yet Monday swiftly
melts into Tuesday, October into November, winter into spring, and, un-
elievably soon, their year has drawn to an end, leaving the dreams of
965-66 behind and throwing the light of hope to 1966-67.
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Standing crisply at attention, the hand plays thc "Star Spangled Banner" before the opening whistle of il home football game.
Quivering knees, enchanting smiles, flowing dresses-the night of the Miss FHS
contest will linger in every girl's mind.
Everyone is locker-bound at the end of a dull No
vember day. It seems that tests are getting harder,
days are getting longer, and the Thanksgiving holi-
days were all too short.
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The school stands deserted and serene under a January blanket of snow.
Like the two thousand other F.H.S. students who took advantage of the un-
expected snow holiday, these three headed for the nearest hills. Ben Hill gives
Rob Tharp and Carolyn Jones a good shove to get them started.
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u fo th ld As the basketball team piles up an impressive number of victories, fans turn o
p I e C0 ' in droves and cheerleaders provide "that old Bulldog spirit."
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Eight Weeks of intensive work-acting, costumes, sets, tickets, pro-
grams, baby-sitting for Mrs. Baldwin-go into the production of the
Senior Play. Here Kathy O'Day, Pam Oakley, and Rebecca Willis
stitch busily on costumes.
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Sign me up for study hall! Pre-registration is an all-day job.
Honor Society members assist Mr. Sasser, Mrs. Livermore, and
the office staff in this important necessity.
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Spirited Hauncil Sets Siif Pace
President: Bob Tally Secretary: Susan Lucas
Nice Pu idnnt Martha Wooten Treasurer: 101111 Moore
Vann Williford, lurliamentarian, and Bo Mas-
igale, Historian, glance through the Student
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President: Larry Passar
Vice-President: Dickie Boisky
Secretary: Ellen Waple
Treasurer: Pridie Clark
Representatives: Sue Averitte
Mrs. Surles and Mrs. McCormick dis-
the progress of the council's sale of barbecue
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President: Gan' Henscheng Vice-President: Patty McKinney: Secretary: Jane John.
stong Treasurer: Kay Autry: Representatives: Doug Dibbert, Byah Doxey, Mike Ferrell,
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President: Johnny Lambeth: Vice-President: Christy Snipesg Secretary: Mary Stewart:
Treasurer: Martha Talley: Representatives: Kent Doxey, Lynette Thorne, Richard West,
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Officers of the Student Forum are John Autry, president pro
temporeg Martha Wooten, presidentg and Don Russ, secretary-
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With red pencil in hand, Patty McKinney makes
the temperature rise toward the final goal as she
records the daily barbecue sales.
Members of the Student Council and the Student Forum
form the nucleus for a year full of spirit and activity
Working together, they successfully promote many project
beneficial to the school.
One of the most important activities of the' Studen
Council is the Student Council election held each spring
preceded by an enthusiastic week of campaigning by th
various candidates. To be eligible, a candidate must main
tain an 30 ave-rage on scholarship and a "Bi, average 01
conduct. The newly elected council is composed of the stu
dent body officers and the four officers and four repre
sentatives from each grade. Soon after the election th
members choose their own parliamentarian and historian.
However, the Student Council's activities are not limitet
to the elections. They begin a busy year by supplying in
formative handbooks to all the students. ln the fall, colorfu
signs and long streamers decorate the blue and white car
in the Homecoming cavalcade in which the Student Councf
invites all students to participate. After the game, the Str
dent Council Homecoming Dance welcomes the student bod
and the visiting alumni. ln December the Council's larges
money-making project, a barbecue supper, provides mone
to finance a scholarship and a handbook. The annual taler
show sponsored in the spring gives the students an oppoi
tunity to display their individual talents. Open all year i
the book store in which the Student Council sells necessar
materials to the student body.
The Student Forum, which meets each month, is corr
posed of the presidents from each homeroom, who kee
the students informed of the Forum's activities. The Forur
seeks to give each student a voice in the affairs of hi
school, to provide a means of gaining experience in gor
ernment, and to help promote work, achievement, and prid
in Fayetteville Senior High School.
Numerous activities are planned by the Student Forurr
"Have you bought your homecoming flower?,' ask Form
members as they sell the white chrysanthemums which a
ways add a festive touch to the spirit of Homecoming. Th
Buzz Book, a student directory composed of the student:
addresses and telephone numbers, is another project cal
ried out by the Forum.
Student Forum member Martha Wooten eagerly sells a corsage to a y
irvngqf upparf fudeut Interests
Mary Thornton and Bob Tally slyly browse through Wit
ieir new Buzz Book, making mental notes of important
Helping with another Student Council project, Byah Doxey, Mike Ferrell,
Doug Dibbert, and Cynthia Vick busily put the student handbooks together.
The Student Forum creates better understanding and coopera-
on between the Student Body and the Student Council. Mem-
ers pictured here are as follows: Mike Austin, John Autry, Dave
aker, Larry Bledsoe, Mike Bullock, Mike Coburn. Beth Cop-
dge, George Fisher, Skip Ford, Nimocks Haigh, Peggy Hale,
hn Houston, Mike Hums, Steve Hurr, Ken Jones, Michael Knight.
nnie Kirby, David Loyd, Jenny McAllister, Margaret McLean,
Brent Michaels, Tom Nollner, Dee 0'Neil, Terry O'Neil, Mary
Ann Padgett, Don Perkins, Chris Phillips, Pat Plank, Roger
Powell, Mike Rea, Don Russ, Kenny Rutledge, Jimmy Smith, Geor-
gia Smith, Joan Smitherman, Richard St. Denis, Karen Tally,
Marcia Vann, Robert Vaughn, Mike West, Janice Wood, Johnny
,fuliamz Scialla .Slcctcd State Secretary
"Hey gang, get Llp and Walk! This is 8 Cake- bers, Juliana Sciolla, was elected secretary of
VV ge walkin Thom Ricketts yells from the stage as the the state NHS. Her activities have gone on under
' Students f1T13llY get UP and m8l'Cll HT0UIld the the supervision of Mrs. Simmerman, Miss Davis,
' . ' V circles of 'chairs at the Honor Society cakewalk. and LIL Lincoln, local NHS advisors
glrflzlgillen This popular event held semiannually raises the Mon-,bers of the NHS are selected by the
V money for the National HOUOT S0CietY Scholar- faculty from the junior and senior classes on a
Ship given each Year to 3 deserving Semof and basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and
we for the flags which the Honor Society presents Service. Eaon member most have an average of
, ' V'V to the school. at least 92. One of the greatest honors a student
, But these are only 3 few NHS HCUVIUCS- Each may receive is to be inducted into the National
Miss Emma spring, representatives are sent to the state Honor Society.
Lee Davis NHS convention. Last spring one of our mem-
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if . V ZAL , V Q A. Ilamda Collier Thom Ricketts
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.lli I Harold Link
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I ' . . Larry McBennett
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The officers of the Hi-Y include the following boys: F rant row: Bo Massingale, Vice-
Presidentg Don Mann, Presidentg Gary Henschen, Chaplaing Don Russ, Secretary.
Back row: Bob Tally, Parliamentariang Mr. Hedgepeth, Advisorg Ronnie Lean, Treas-
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' Bo Massingale and Gary Henschen emcee the weekly Hi-Y radio program
yer station W.F.A.I. Their popular broadcast includes music, sports, and
hmmunity and school information.
Preparing to take a box of food to the needy family
dopted by the Hi-Y at Christmas are Mike Rose and Chuck
The high standards set by the Fi V have gained
perennial respect for this outstanding organization.
Sponsored by the Y.M.C.A., the Hi-Y is a service
club whose aims are to help boys meet the prob-
lems of daily living and to train them for good
citizenship. Attainment of this goal is emphasized
through the Hi-Y platform of scholarship, clean
living, clean speech, and clean sportsmanship.
The Hi-Y's contributions to the school have been
numerous and include the donation of I. D. Cards
for students, sale of school decals, directing park-
ing for school functions, ushering at the Miss
F.H.S. Contest, sponsoring the cheerleaders, trip to
Burlington, and donation of a correlator to the
F.H.S. faculty. lklembers of the Hi-Y demonstrate
their interest in social welfare by distributing United
Fund posters, adopting a needy family at Christ-
mas, and donating to the World Service Project of
The annual Hi-Y Faculty basketball game is an
eagerly anticipated event. One of the highlights of
this game is the group of Hi-Y initiates who serve
as cheerleaders. The Hi-Y-Faculty basketball game
is only one of the many activities engaged in by
the Hi-Y during the school year. The well-rounded
program of service, recreation, and leadership train-
ing presented by the Hi-Y has succeeded in creat-
ing a propitious influence that is felt throughout
the school and community.
Helping to reduce congestion, Chuck Wilkins directs Skip Ford to a park-
ing place on the night of the Miss F.H.S. Contest.
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Shila Elfmon ' T V G L L AFM 1
Pain Garner A M t llll' ' A t
Barhara Haney A N A fl- ff A ,, :EV I
Roxanne Hayward 'E i if if it V V3
Gene Horne A , A V P H V ' 9 H A
Kathy Hulka 1 ' V L 'V VL
Glenda Johnson lll ly Q ' A 'fi '
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Patty McKinney N I X ' , Ae. 'l'AVV
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The newly elected Tri-Hi-Y IIICUTTJCIS participate good-naturedly in their
initiation activities. This animated group includes Terry Joyce, Kay Lieberman.
Ashley Prather, and Roxanne Hayward.
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nd Hommuuity Zh auglmut the School year
The officers of the Tri-Hi-Y are as follows: First row: Pridie Clark,
oresponding Secretaryg Susan Braswell, Vice-President: Suzanne Mc-
eod, Presidentg Patty Durkin, Recording Secretary: Caroline Norman.
rliamentarian. Second row: Kathy Durkin, Treasurer: Mary Nell
unders. Historian: Patty McKinney, Chaplain.
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Girls playing football? Of course. The
annual Tri-Hi-Y Powder Puff Football
game is a tradition. lts purpose is to raise
funds for charity.
Sponsored by the Y.M.C.A., the Tri-
Hi-Y is a girls' service club whose ob-
jectives are to create, 1naintain,' and ex-
tend high standards of Christian character
throughout the home, school, and com-
.Activities of the Tri-Hi-Y during the past
year have included donations to the World
Service Organization and the George Myr-
over Fund, adopting a needy family and
decorating a room in the Y.M.C.A. at
Christmas. and sponsoring three girls in
the Miss F.H.S. Contest. '
ln addition to these activities, the or-
ganization was represented by four dele-
gates at the State Convention in Spartan-
burg, South Carolina. Their in December
thirty-five new members were inducted.
Although initiation is always a fun time,
the character building goals of the Tri-
Hi-Y remain a serious challenge to its
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Members of the Monogram Club earn letters in the
following sports: football, basketball, baseball, track,
and tennis. Each boy has participated actively in a
sport and achieved high standards of sportsmanship
and skill. The club strives to create a spirit of enthu-
siasm for athletic events at Fayetteville Senior High.
It also recognizes the outstanding participants of all
sports and unites them into one organization.
Roger G-ann Tom Ricketts David Tyre
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Richard St. Denis
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The officers of the Key Club are as follows: President, Doug Dibbertg Vin
President, Vann Willifordg Secretary, John Autryg Treasurer, Mike Ferrell.
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Members of the Key Club forge a commitment to service
nat will remain with them throughout their lives. Spon-
mred by the Fayetteville Kiwanis Club, membership is based
n scholarship, character, ability, and leadership. Activi-
es of the club are varied. Our school is ever grateful for
ie Key Club Campus and Auditorium Clean-Up, the an-
ual Career Day. the beautifully decorated Christmas tree,
nd the donation of a S250 scholarship to a qualified senior.
Key Club members work diligently in projects such as
ie weekly radio program, distribution of football and bas-
etball programs, and the Annual Car Wash. Service to
me community is reflected in many ways: adopting a
amily at Thanksgiving, lending a helping hand to the Sal-
ation Army at Christmas, taking a busload of children to
Iiwanis Kids' Day at Pope Air Force Base, and participat-
ng in numerous civic undertakings.
This year the Key Club's spirit of service extended across
he vast distance to Vietnam. A thousand cards were printed
tnd mailed and Christmas tree decorations were sent to our
ervice men. Thus the Key Club has demonstrated its pride
n its school, community, and country, and serves as an
nspiration to the entire student body.
s and Kay Lieberman at a Friday night basketball game.
Club members Mike Ferrell and John Purdie eagerly sell programs to Kaki
Mr. Wood, Key Club Advisor, hands the symbolic key to mem-
bers, Jolm Autry and Mike Bell.
Dicky Boisky grins and bears it during the tra
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President-Peggy F aircloth,
In the early l700's, Fayetteville was settled by Scottish immigrants, who
brought with them many colorful traditions. No one group has done more to
keep these Scottish traditions alive than the Scottish Dancers-a group of
twenty-five girls chosen by their senior members for dancing ability, character,
The lively rhythms of the Fling, the Sword Dance, the Fancy, and the Four-
some Reel are only a few of those that have been heard throughout the school
and Fayetteville as the dancers have performed at homecoming and various civic
social events. The girls dance individually in several state competitions-the
State Fair, the "gathering of the clans" at Grandfather Mountain, the Char-
lotte Winter Competition, and the North Carolina Folk Festival.
To finance their many trips and the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, the girls
sell shakers at the football games. The dancers meet every Thursday afternoon
for their weekly practice. All of these activities are under the capable super-
vision of the Scottish Dancers' advisor, Mrs. Paul.
Dancers Win Seanad Pl cc at State .Shir
Left: Patty McKinney sells
a shaker to Rabbit Tllarp
before tho Durham football
Right: Scottish Dancers
Douglass Rankin and Ellen
Padgvlt perform at the home-
Bet Miller-Kathy Durkin-Pam McRainey
V 1 A Ann Pollard-Patty McKinney
H2 Susan Harper-Patty Durkin Martha Wooten-Margaret McLamb-Ellen Padgett
Douglass Rankin-Peggy Mason'-Marsha Vann A 'A-Q.-W5
' ii Cindy luliucci-Mary Anne Center
Debbie Wright-Christy Snipes-Parker Sherman T
Sylvia Heckman-Sarah Vonllosenburg-Brooks Bryson
Douglass Rankin. PPHSY FilirCl0Ill. Cindy luliucci, Patty DUI- annual Sadie Hawkins Dance sponsored by the Scottish Dancers
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Ann Pollard, and Mary Anne Center fight over Sam at lhc each year on tho. night be-fun ilu, Thank.,,n1I1., hoiduys.
Ar! 61116 Decorafes far flailing
Mrs. Brooks, the Art Club advisor, care-
fully examines a student's painting.
Right: Attending an Art
Club meeting are members
Carlos McCoy, Pam Oliver,
Alice Nolen, Linda Barton,
June Milhy, Jan Donneson,
Sandra Hardee, Lottie David-
son, Linda Blue, Carolyn
Faulkner, and Glenn Turner.
During the year, especially around Christmas, groups of students may
seen putting up decorations. These are probably members of the Art C
They beautify the school with their decorations for almost every occa
Art Club meetings consist largely of listening to guest speakers,
films about art, and reading art magazines. Any student interested in
Art Club officers discuss various painting techniques at a meeting of the
Shown are Yoshi Crousen, Presidentg Sharon Meegan, Vice-President and
Left: Committee chainnen
for Christmas decorations
work on a bulletin board. Pic-
tured here are Robert Rey-
nolds, Susan Thornton, Belin-
da Godwin, Betsy Henderson,
Maureen 0'Rourke, Iris Sa-
ville, and Terrie McCauley.
Left Art Club
pictured here are
Neill, Lodewyk as
bara Harold, Peggy cr
Lynne Byrd, Terry Murp
Marsha Wlieeless, Sally
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Janice Wood, and Pat Patte
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Anne Nabinger Ann Pollard Marilyn Thornton Anne Luper Patty McKinney
Mary Thornton Gayle Surles Tom Franklin Byah Doxey KakiBartholomees
Barbara Haney Mary Jo Kelleher Carole McKnight Juliana Sciolla Carolyn Burt
Bill Albright Robbie Wages Ashley Prather Joanna Sutton Sharon Pohl Carolyn Jones
Sharon Pohl, assistant editorg Juliana Sciolla, editorg and Miss Moore, advisor,
wage the unceasing battle over infonnative headlines.
It was the ninth boy, and the LaFamac Staff
thought a party was in order for their long-
suffering photographer, Mr. Williams.
The Organizations Staff, Anne Nabinger, Ann
Pollard, Robbie Wages, Shila Elfmon, editor, and
Mary Thornton, look through several yearbooks
for ideas for their pages.
imagination an D hgcuw
Blank white sheets of paper destined to
come printed pages-time spent in arrang
copy to fit the line-thoughtful moments
volved in combining originality, imaginati
and facts, in writing copy repeated over a
over until it reaches perfection-at the ty
writer, working overtime to meet the deadli
-correcting proofs before the final copy
pears-and a smile of joy when finished!
To produce a better yearbook was the
of the 1966 LIIFUIIIGC staff. Through the dil
tion of advisor Miss Moore and editor Julia
Sciolla, the Staff sought to improve the ye
book with sharp photos, clever captions,
formative copy, interesting layouts,
eye-catching ads. Staff members searched
new ideas in every phase of F.H.S. life in or l
to carry out the theme "Light Tomorrow
Business Staff, Joanna Sutton, Richard Evans, manager, and Patty McKinney
money from LaFamac sales and ads.
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"But Carolyn! It just won't fit," exclaims Mary Jo Kel-
:her to Carolyn Jones, editor of the Features Staff, as
inda Brown looks on.
Selecting the best sports shots are Marilyn Thornton,
Franklin, editor, and Anne Luper of the Sports Sec-
wq ph" 'M
Gayle Surles and Patty l.ePors of the Sophomore Sec-
n go through the hectic and tedious task of alphabetizing
Senior Class Staff, Kaki Bartholomees, Byah Doxey, Ashley Prather, Bill
Albright, editor, and Barbara Haney, collect money from Seniors desiring their
names on their yearhooks.
The Junior Class Staff, Carole McKnight and Carolyn Burt, plan the
layout to best benefit the pictures of Junior activities. I I7
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Right: Library Club
officers work at the
main desk. Shown are
Sherry Conway, Secreta-
ryg Dale Milton, Treasur-
erg Peggy Ogburn, Chap-
laing Miriam Pierce,
Vice-President: and Fran
ever wondered where people get
the little red books about Macbeth, that seem to
have all the answers? These books, along with
many others are sold in the library as the main
fund-raising activity of the Library Club.
The club, made up of library assistants, meets
on the first Wednesday of every month. These
students perform such activities as shelving, cata-
loguing, checking books in and out.
Besides working in the library, the membt
enjoy several social events. Each year they ta
a trip to the state convention of the High Schc
Library Association. During Christmas the l
brary Club had a dinner party at one of t
restaurants here in Fayetteville, Supervising t'
activities of the club are our two school libra
ans, Mrs. Mabel Surles and Mrs. Mona Powe
Right: Sherry Faulkner, Judy Har-
vey, Lee Barco, and Tina Irizarry read
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advertisement which will appear in the
Twelve hundred students subscribe to The Bulldog,
consisting of eight issues a year. First and sixth period
journalism classes, under the direction of Mrs. Safran,
comprise the staff. All school news is reported in the
paper: club news, sports, features, assemblies, new teach-
ers and students, and alumni. The ROTO picture section
is inserted into each copy of The Bulldog.
Ribbons sold forfootball games partially finance the
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Photographer Walter Stanfield is responsible for the excellent pictures .il
lflgffl Zvrcigu Houufrics
publication of the paper. Monthly ads are solicited from
local merchants and account for about one fourth oi
The Bulldog staff exchanges newspapers with fifty
North Carolina high schools, several schools in other
states, and numerous countries, including England,
France, Germany, New Delhi, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Ko-
rea, and Iceland.
As the deadline approaches,
Lynn Killam, Agnes Hood,
Skip Brown, Jeanne Carter,
and Walter Stanfield hurry td
insert ROTO into the paper.
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Kaki Bartholomees, state recording secretary, reads minutes at the sta
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"We're the members of the F.'1'.A., Fayette-
le High School F.T.A.', These words, to the
'ie of a popular song, were familiar sounds
the members of the Future Teachers of
nerica Club during the first part of this
ar. They furnished the conclusion for the
it, written by Roxanne Hayward, that the
lb presented at the state convention in Win-
xn-Salem. North Carolina.
To increase the memberis knowledge of the
aching profession is the ultimate goal of the
T.A. The club is also available to aid the
hool in any way. During the i'Back-to Scboolv
T.A. meeting, members were stationed at
rious places in the lobbies to direct parents.
uese "teachers of tomorrow" strive to create
. interest in school affairs accompanied by
sense of accomplishment in service to the
Planning for the approaching stationery sale are the club officers President,
Robbie Wages, Vice President, Ann Luperg Secretary Ashley Prather Treasurer,
Carolyn Burtg Historian, Shila Elfmong and Parliamentarran, Mary Thorton
At left, Jere Gallagher and .lonalyn Hammett take
part in the skit at the Future Teachers state con
Ka Lieberman and Roxanne Hayward formulate verses of
me song for the state convention.
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teachers on special occasions.
Analyzing suggestions for teachers' gifts are Doris Smith, Sall
Muench, Linda Hall, and Linda Taylor These gifts are presented to
Maria Page, u nurse from Highsmith-Rainey Memorial Hos- Cline, Sue Bunce, Nancy Ernbler, Gail King, Jean Ann H01
pital, speaks to these girls about the joy and excitement of SUZHHIIC Beekman, Jackie H01dCl', and Debbie Askew-
nursing: Beverly Smith, Fumiko Crousen, Barbara Pittman, Linda
Brenda Hill. President: Sharon Nichols, Vice-Presidentg Evelyn MvLaughlin, Ser-ra-laryg Sue Page, Treas-
urer: and Mrs. llui lleard. advisor. discuss program plans with Maria Page.
Organized in 1954- by tf
Womerfs Auxiliary of tl
American Medical Associ
tion, the Future Nurses 4
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girls interested in a nursir
career. Programs plahned I
the members include filn
about nursing or guest speal
ers from various hospital
One meeting. the girls visite
"open house" at the Cap
Fear Valley Hospital.
The annual bake sale prc
vided enough money to pa
for pages in the LaFamm
The girls ordered pins an
rings as the final project fo
Linda Blue, Madris
lank, and Connie King
ind opportunities to help
n the clinic.
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room. Judy Wade, Elizabeth Barnhill, and Wendy Buck use their
of first aid as they bandage a snow victim, Bill Albright.
Brenda Hill, F.N.A. president, takes a mnment to
complete the order for club pins. I 25
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Nancy Bullock adds the final touches to her dress.
Trice the mechanics of the sewing machine.
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Future Homemakers of America is a national
'ganization of girls studying homemaking in high
hools of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the
irgin Islands. With the motto: "Toward New
orizonsf, the over-all aim of the F.H.A. is to help
dividuals improve personal family and communi-
living, now and in the future. The club strives
promote a growing appreciation of joys and
tisfaction of homemaking, to provide wholesome
dividual and group recreation, to foster the de-
:lopment of creative leadership in home and com-
unity life, and to further interest in home eco-
Jmics. With some of the proceeds from the an-
lal candy sale, the F.H.A. held a Christmas Tea
tr the Faculty and a Mother-Daughter Banquet.
ne F.H.A. annually awards the Home Economics
'ward for outstanding work in the field of home
.loyce West, Judy Faulkner, Frances Proctor, Donna Campbell, Donna
Frazier, and Sherry Faulkner have a friendly chat at the Christmas Tea
that the F.H.A. held for the teachers.
fLeft to right! Martha
Ritter, Patricia Russ,
Candy Holmes, Gail
Jones, Lynda Tew, and
Cynthia Counts decorate
, the Home Economics
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Mr. Price instructs the D.E. Officers--
Laurie Parham, Treasurcrg Kay Hut-
chinson, Prcsidentg Peggy Owens, As-
Completing the last phase of D.E. train
ing are the following Seniors: left to right:
Kay Hutchinson, Martha Hill, Laurie Par-
ham, Glenda Johnson. 2nd row: Gail Mc
Gougan, Sherrie Salyer, Delores Alarcon,
.lulia Tate, Barbara Glasgow, Maria Bush,
Butch Grady. 3rd row: John Wekluk, Don
sociate Vice-Presidentg and Gary Wil-
liams, Vice-President-in the correct use
of the adding machine.
Selecting their business accordil
to their interest, the Distributive lid
cation students are usually conscie
tious, because they are graded on the
Under the guidance of Mr. Prie
the sponsor who shares a personal i
terest in each student, the membf
learn about marketing, distributit
and other phases of business economi
Mr. Price's responsibilities include t
lecting students to participate in t
At the Ninth District Meeting
the Distributive Clubs of America, I
FHS members participated, represe
ing the club in the job interview ct
test, on committees, and as delegat
Kay Hutchinson was elected Treasu:
of the Ninth District for the scht
year of 1965-66.
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Looking through their D.E. textbooks
are the Junior D.E. members as fol-
lows: left to right: William Edmund,
Sue Campbell, Charles Crawford, Mike
Williams. Standing, left to right: Peggy
Owens, Gary Williams, and Sheryl Gill.
,411 Department l5'c'aufWcs Selma!
No student at FHS could help noticing the lovely paint-
ings and designs which are always adorning the walls of
the auditorium and office lobbies. These 'tcreationsv are all
done by the Art Department, made up of six art classes and
their teacher, Mrs. Inez Brooks.
Besides being shown in the halls, the work of many stu-
dents is shown in exhibits, one in Greensboro and one for
our own PTA. Some art students have their work entered
in various state competitions as the one for Scholastic Art
Awards. During the year, trips are made to the Greensboro
exhibit and, if possible, to art museums. FHS is quite proud
of its Art Department.
Left: Students Carolyn Jones and Mary Thornton stop to admire
one of the paintings in the office lobby.
Mrs Brooks looks on as her sixth period art students diligently Linda Barton, Belinda Godwin, Sonia Barbosa,.Gary Conn Mrs
ork on their designs Shown here are Ike Ak oy Ins Saville, Brooks, Paul Reed, Joan Smitherman, and Lillx Woelfer.
?rem'l1 3 61116 I 0 gan! ed
President Monique Patterson, vice-president Kay Lie-
berman, secretary Janet Chin, treasurer Cathy Gates, and
French, the language of France and its people.
is now being enjoyed by many students in the.
French Ill Club. The only prerequisites to become
a member are an interest in learning more about
the history and language of France. They must
also be taking French Ill and maintain a B aver-
age. The meetings, which fall on the second Tues-
day of every month, provide different experiences
for the members.
The beauty of France with its colorful land-
scapes, stately buildings, and friendly people, is
made more alive by the visit of Madame Galinot.
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the advisors Mrs. McNeil and Mrs. Neal admire replicas
of famous French architecture.
Being from France, she is able to give first-hand
knowledge of France and its people through
pictures and speeches. The taste of French pastry
is experienced at the Christmas party with the
bouex de Noel. The participants in the French
llliCli1b also hear French stories.
Amid shouts of victory and cries of defeat
from the playing field, cookies and drinks are sold
to weary spectators at the Tri-Hi-Y football game.
This enables the French Club to raise money
for necessities in the following year.
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Mary Jane Jenniso
Carolyn Jones Marilyn Thornton
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Right to left: French club advisors Miss Padgett and Mrs. Horne show the treasurer Linda Perkins, secre-
tary Sally Muench, vice-president Mary Kujawski, and president Larry Passar one of the ways the French
Club supports school spirit.
The French II Club, whose members are students tak-
ing French II, enjoys much success at F.H.S. Each par-
ticipant must meet the requirement of maintaining a B
average in French before he can become an active mem-
ber. After he meets this qualification, he is ready for the
activities of the club. He learns more about France and
its language and the different customs through specially
This year, the Christmas program presented an unusual
act so that the members might become familiar with a
French Christmas. The role of Pere Noel was played by
Gary Henschen. He dressed in a costume which resembled
that of the French Santa Claus. Then, he handed ou
sticks to the unlucky students in his black book. These
people-had had unexcused absences from previous meet
ings. Amid cries of jubilation from the other students
he distributed presents to the rest of the members. Afte:
the program, Pere Noel disappeared until another year
The club also had a main project for the year. Re
freshing cokes and cookies were sold at the Powder-Puf
football game. Not only did this project satisfy hungry
football fans, but it also allowed the French Club tr
make money for necessary expenses during the year
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Larry Passar is seen presiding at a meeting of the
Diane Sabath Gary Henschcn portrays the role of Pere Noel at the Christmas program
Pffggl' Schadel during the December meeting of the club.
Larry Passar and
Jennifer Cox en-
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President Michele Morton. vice-president John Houston, secretary Linda Sorbn.
treasurer Mary Ellen Van Hout, and advisors Miss Copeland and Miss Hughes laugh
over the meaning of the sign which Miss Hughes holds.
The glory and splendor that
was once Rome's is now seen in
the Latin Club at F.H.S. The
beauty of Roman architecture,
the dignity of the Latin language,
and the royalty of Roman cus-
toms are relived at each- meeting,
held the second Tuesday of every
month. Participation in the Latin
Club is open to all students who
take Latin and express an interest
in learning more about Roman
customs, culture. and the Latin
language. Films, speakers, and
games at the programs lend them-
selves to instruction as well as an
enjoyable time. The highlight and
main money-making project of
the year is the annual slave sale
in the spring. With the crack of
imaginary whips, the horde of
Latin club members are auctioned
off to the highest bidder. Feverish
bidding breaks out among the
spectators as the most prized slave
appears before the audience. After
the last slave is sold, the proud
masters drag their humble slaves
from the slave market. Through-
out the day. resigned slaves fol-
terse commands of their
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Left to right: Mike Mahan, Donna Averitle, Marsha Wheeless, and
rge Laws study the scrapbook of last year's activities and programs.
The job of president of any club is one of excitement. He
must have information at his fingertips on any subject. Such
is the case with Michele Morton as she answers a question for
John Houston about the slave sale.
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The annual slave sale involves much work and time Elizabeth Bamhill, Michele Morton, John Houston, and
for the participants. Only one of many tasks is prepar- Jon Hildebrand prepare for that great day.
ing costumes for each member. Mary Ellen Van Hout,
Welcome to the W0
President Peggy Mason, Vice-President Steven Hurr, Secretary Douglass
Rankin, and Treasurer Gayle Surles admire a hull-fighting picture held
by the advisor, Mr. Carr.
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In recent years. Spanish has come to be one o
the world's most important languages. Wvith thi
growth in importance also has grown the number o
people interested in learning Spanish as a seconn
language. At present our school offers three years, o
Spanish. ln addition. interested students with a scho
lastic average of at least 80 and some knowledge o
the language may join the Spanish Club.
The club is entertained monthly by a speaker
films, or Spanish records and tapes. Through thes
programs members have enjoyed learning of Spanisl
customs such as the traditional Christmas fiestas ani
the pifiata. This colorful pifiata, a Christmas decor
tion, is filled with small gifts and candy for the luck
party-goers. Also, spicy Spanish foods are always o
interest to the club members as a program. Descrip
tion of dress and everyday life of the Spanish-speaking,
countries add to the programs and the club member?
growing knowledge of Spanish life.
A favorite of all is Mr. Carr. the clubis advisor
His lively personality is largely responsible for tha
clulfs present success.
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Cary Cameron I
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5 ,ELC Terry McBryde
H - 1 Terri Mc-Cauley
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' H H 0. Greg Newliold
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Dick Broom explains much about the history of Spanish rulers in a report to Roger Powell, Terry McCauley,
Vera Chestnut, Paul Kutz, and Stephen Cnrrig during a friendly discussion.
David Cogdell, Linda Brown, Lucy Overton, Peggy Holland, Eddie Brown, and Betty Horner listen attentively as
dewyck Mason gives a report about Spain.
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ti' , Frances Pritchard
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Cecily Truett on South America to the Spanish Club. I 37
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Right to left: President Richard Evans, advisor Mr. Lanam discuss plans for the next meeting. CNot
Damandl, secretary Marcia Moore, and treasurer Virginia pictured-vice-president John Moore.l
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Pausing in front of the trophy
case to look over the preparations
for u monthly meeting are the fol-
lowing G.A.A. officers: left to
right: Kathy Britton, Secretary,
Treasurerg Margaret Fleming,
Presidentg ,Io Alice Anderson,
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Any girl interested in physical ed
cation is eligible for membership
the Girls' Athletic Association. T
meetings are held on the first We
nesday of each month. The membf
are given the opportunity to participz
in extra-curricular sports such
archery, tumbling, basketball, go
badminton, and volleyball. The GA.
also have gone rollerskating and bov
ing. In the fall the G.A.A. sponso
bowling lessons for anyone intereste
As annual projects, Bulldog swe:
shirts and Fayetteville High Pennal
are sold by the G.A.A.
Lynette Thorne demonstrates the proper bowl- .lame Cavano, Karen Ward, Patsy White, Ferb
'40 ing techniques to her fellow GAA niembers-- Wheeler, Christa Parks, and Margaret Anne Lig:
My ffevillc High Pennants
The proper golf position is shown by
o Alice Andersen to the following
l.A.A. members: fLeft to right! Alma
'Iarper, Sandi Moore, Frances Proctor,
During the last seconds, Margaret Ligon blocks
iaron Grogan from making the winning points.
Toyoko Townsend, Funiko Crousen, Co-
sette Davis, Sharon Grogan, Margaret
Ligon, Margaret Fleming, and Janette
Toyoko Townshend, Jo Alice Andersen,
and Margaret Fleming aim at the bull's
eye, hoping to make high scores.
Up jumps Janette Chason and over the net the ball goes in the G.A.A. volley
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The Senior High Singers, the select group of the vocal pro-
gram, perform at civic club luncheons, state contests, Senior
Sermon, and various assembly I'O"'I'BlllS. Each 'ear the' 'oin
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l with the Mixed Chorus to present the inspiring and entertain-
ing Christmas program.
In the spring, Mr. Ray, the director, holds auditions for the
Mr. Ray sings "Thanks Be to God" during the Thanks-
giving Assembly presented hy the Senior High Singers.
Accompanists Michael Caldwell and Margaret Ligon play during the
The members of the Senior High Singers are as follows: Ist
row: Cindy Iuliucci, Patsy Bowles, LaDean Peacock, Sandie
Sanders, Margaret Sebring, Carolnn Tallerday, Mary Nell Saund-
ers, Kathleen Toten, Dawn Maultsby, Cheryl Chance, Mr. Ray.
2nd row: Frieda Truitt, Joy Schereer, Pat 0'Neill, Val Dodge,
Gayle Dail, Brenda Kinlaw, Emma Brooks, Peggy Faircloth,
Bennie McKinney, Diana Rittenhury. 3rd row: Margaret Ligon,
Sarah Reese, Wade E. Byrd, Danny Potter, Rod Hatcher, Rita
Cillen, Judy Wade, Rose Marie Tacker, Pat Fisher, Freida Hol-
land, Carole Mullen, Mark Newbold. 4th row: Johnny McGee,
Becky Anderson, Richard Folsom, Bruce Kittleson, Don ,lack-
son, Don Perkins, Claude Sykes, Michael Huggins, Larry Burton,
Tim Saunders, and Mike Rogers.
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"Drummers, march in a straight line!"
'T1'umpets, youire not togetherlw These com-
nents have a familiar ring to anyone on the
Jractice field during summer practice or foot-
Jall season. The unfailing support of the March-
ng Band arouses enthusiasm and spirit at
football games, pep rallies, and parades. At
basketball games, the music of a small pep
band lends itself to the excitement of the spec-
Eight members of the concert band won
auditions to participate in the district clinic in
Laurinburg on February 11 and 12.
To support the uniform fund, during the fall
the band sells community birthday calendars s
with listings of birthdays, anniversaries, and
club meetings, while tickets sold for the spring
concerts take the place of the annual candy --
1 The members vote on awards and honors to
be given to seniors prior to graduation.
Drum Major, Harold Link, discusses plans for
a forthcoming football game half-time show with
The band takes an active part in various assembly programs throughout the year.
One year in the concert hand and a high average qualify Terry Eason, Jeff Hall, Harold Link, Charles Mclnnis, Linda
these seniors for membership in the Band Letter Club: Billy Myatt, Henry Salazar, David Tart, Linda Taylor, Robbie Wages,
Blair, Presidentg John Tuttle, Vice-President: Carolyn Burt, and Fred Zahran.
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defeat and victory
From left to right, first row: Alex Crane, Mike Huggins, Gordon
Peebles, Tom Caldwell, Booten Jackson, Ronnie 0'Brien, Carlos
McCoy, Thom Ricketts, David Cogdell, Bruce McFerron. Second
row: David Iyre, John Wilson, Bobby West, Roger Gann, Mike
Bobbitt, Ernie Milloy, Robert Rice, Tyree Sykes, Terry Edmund-
son. Third row: Steve Sullins, Allan Hines, Guy Bennett, Bruce
Kittleson. Mi-ke Gilbert, Bobby Ambrose, John Bibb, Billy Vlachos,
George Manuel, Robert Shepherd. Fourth row: Don Allen, Frank
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Patterson, Buddy Dibbert, Ronnie Williams, Jim Cass, Chip Can
non, Tom Goetz, Jack Fearing, Jack Grill, Mike Morgan. Fiftl
row: Chris Ammenson, ,lim Sandlin, Ronnie Langdon, Dor
Michaels, John Hildebrandt, Raymond Carter, Jack Almandez
John Hanretty, Kenny Freeman, Tom Franklin. Sixth row: Jen
nings McArthur, Mike Huggins, Don MacCarthy, Ed Dallas, Johr
White, Larry Presnell, Tim Saunders, Victor Talley. Absent 'were
Pud Davis and Steve Helms.
l5'ulldags re Na. 2 in Sasterrz Z7 'vision
Introducing the single wing to Fay-
etteville football, new head coach
"Red" Wilson and his staff led the
1965 football Bulldogs to a fine 9-3
record, ending the season in second
place in the Eastern 4-A division. The
only losses came once at the hands
of Wilson and twice to Durham.
There were many stars for the Bull-
dogs this year. Co-captain Roger
Cann led the state in rushing with
1569 yards and was selected high
' school All-American. ln addition,-
members of 'the squad chosen for the
All-State team were Pud Davis, John
Hanretty, Steve Helms, Mike Bobbitt,
and Roger Gann. Co-captains Mike
Bobbitt and Roger Gann received the
additional honor of playing in the
Shrine Bowl game.
Managers Tim Saunders, Jennings McArthur, Larry Persenal, Mike Huggins,
and Victor Talley fnot picturedl stand in their workshop-the treatment room.
Prior to the opening kickoff, co-captains Mike Bobbitt and Roger Gann meet at midfield with officials and
visiting co-captains for the toss of the coin.
Coach Wilson grabs Guy Bennett's helmet for
support as he is borne off the field after another
Chapel Hill .
High Point .
Broughton . .
Goldsboro . .
Burlington . .
Durham . . .
The Favetteville offense is shown here in fomiation during the averaging 220 yards per game and leading the team to il
Enloe giame. The Bulldog offense was brilliant in every contest, fine 9.3 5935011-
Over Hluzp lflill by 28 to 6
'52 Gordon Peebles and Bobby Ambrose hit an Enloe back and jar the ball loose.
After three long weeks of hot, wear'
practice, the Bulldogs were eager for th
first game. With little experience but lot
of spirit, fine players, and excellent coacl
ing, the Bulldogs met Chapel Hill. Despit
many mistakes, the team handily defeate
its opponent to begin a fine season of nin
wins and three losses. Having gained th
valuable asset of confidence, the Bulldog
traveled to Wilson, hoping for another vie
Unfortunately, this was not to be. Wi
son edged Fayetteville 16 to 13 by con
pleting a long pass for a touchdown wit
only four seconds remaining in the gami
The team took the defeat in stride an
vowed not to lose another game.
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iHalting an early Jacksonville threat, the
Fayetteville Bulldogs caught fire late in the
first half and whole-heartedly showed their
strength to the Cardinals,'the new Eastern
4-A Conference member.
Completing three touchdowns and a total
of 165 yards, Roger Gann 'tallied first for
the Bulldogs. Mike Morgan somersaulted two
yards across the goal to add six more points,
and third string fullback Ken Freeman col-
lected Fayetteville's final touchdown when he
slammed over from the three yard line.
A 28 to 0 victory over High Point was
sparked by outstanding defensive players
along with running backs Booten Jackson,
who made one touchdown, and Roger Gann,
who completed three.
Although High Point had a strong line
with ra 135 average, the Bulldogs' force and
agility never ceased and Fayetteville showed
their real power to their second new oppo-
High Point defenders stop Roger Gann on the 30 yard line
The senior line of the Varsity team are as follows: first row, Ronnie Williams, Alex Crane, Paul McCarty, Cordon Peebles, David
left to right: Tom Caldwell, Victor Talley, Carlos McCoy, Tom Cogdell, .lack Ferring, Phil Pharr, Mike Clements, Tyree Syke
Franklin, Mike Gilbert, Steve Helms, George Manuel, John Han- and Ed Dallas.
retty, Mike Babbitt, and Mike Huggins. Second row, left to right:
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shout instructions to players during the Raleigh Broughton game. mvnd Carter and Ed Dallas COIHC to assist in the tackle.
The highly geared offense and hard nosed de-
fense of the Bulldogs met Raleigh Broughton at
Raleigh. The Bulldogs made a touchdown in the
first quarter to gain an early lead, but Broughton
was not discouraged, for they turned Fayetteville
mistakes into a score in the second quarter. Our
team retaliated in the final seconds of the first half
with a special play "The Alligator" to lead at
half-time 14 to 7. Fayetteville scored once in the
second half and allowed Broughton only a field
goal, to end the game with a final score of F.H.S.
21, Raleigh Broughton 10.
The following week at home, the Bulldogs were
host to arch-rival Rocky Mount. Rocky Mount
boasted an eight year winning streak over the Bull-
dogsg this was going to be Fayettevilleis year of
revenge. Roger Gann ran the sixth offensive play
eighty yards for a touchdown. By blocking Mike
Bohbitt's punt and catching it in mid-air, the Black-
birds of Rocky Mount quickly recovered. That was
the only threat the Blackbirds could muster, and
due to the magnificent running of Roger Gann,
Booten Jackson, and Mike Morgan, as well as the
terrific efforts of the defensive team, Fayetteville
won 28 to 7.
Coaches Wilson, Muldrow, and Brown quickly aid Ronnie Wil-
liams, who was hurt by a Broughton player.
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l5'ulkl0gs 41-I3 Hin Over Gakisboro
Pulling up to third in the conference,
the Bulldogs overwhelmingly outmanned
and outplayed Goldsboro in a 41-13 vic-
tory. Scooping up the opening kickoff,
Booten Jackson ran 83 yards for the Bull-
dogs, first six points. For the second
touchdown, Morgan and Gann worked to-
gether, and in three plays they had the ball
across the line.
Filled with spirit and determination
throughout the second half, the Bulldogs
tallied 28 more points. After ,lack Grille's
pass interception, the team drove 41 yards,
and Roger Gann then plunged 3 yards for
another touchdown. A mere seconds
later Ernie Milloy rambled 25 yards to a
touchdown. The Bulldogs' final two scores
resulted on drives of 51 and 27 yards.
Although claiming the best record in
fifteen years, the Goldsboro Quakes found
the Fayetteville opponents to be an im-
Booten Jackson finds a hole in the Goldsboro team defense and sprints to
complete his 83 yard run.
Roger Gann picks up speed in order to avoid the Durham tackler.
With 7,000 cheering fans back-
ing them, the Bulldogs struggled
to halt their undefeated conference
member. Tailing close behind the
Durham Bulldogs at the end of the
fourth quarter with a 14-7 score,
Fayetteville appeared set for a
tieg but Durham's aggression
flashed to another touchdown.
Fayetteville's cause was mainly
hurt by thoughtless impulses and
two key penalties. A 15 yard fine
was drawn for roughing the
kicker, and in the second half, the
Fayetteville Bulldogs were jammed
when Booten Jackson was nailed
to the one.
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Using a three-touchdown explosion in the
first quarter as a springboard, the hungry
Bulldogs flashed to heat Enloe for their
eighth -win of the season. Two more touch-
downs in the second quarter virtually wrapped
up the decision before halftime, with Fay-
etteville out front 31-0.
Mike Morgan and Booten Jackson were
the aces in this romp over Enloe. scoring three
and two T.D.'s, respectively. Roger Gann ran
over from the 3 yard line for the sixth touch-
down. ,limmy Sandlin split the uprights or
five of his six conversion attempts.
Holding the Eagles to two touchdowns, Fay-
etteville won -ll-13. The win assured the Bull'
dogs a place in the state fl-A playoffs.
Faking out an Enloe defender, Mike Morgan sprints 69 yards for
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Relying on the kicking toe of Jimmy Sandlin, Fay
ville's determined Bulldogs won a savagely-fought -I-A I
off game 3-0 at Burlington.
ln the defensive struggle, the only scoring came in
third quarter. Fayetteville powered to the Burlington
but the offense stalled in the face of a hard-nosed def
by the home team. Kicking specialist Jimmy Sandlin
called in and booted an arrow-true field goal from 28 y
Repelling two strong Burlington challenges, both 1
the game's end, the winners acquitted themselves at
rably. The victory, Fayetteville's ninth of the season,
the Bulldogs into the Eastern North Carolina title gam
Another futile Burlington scoring attempt is halted by the
fine defensive play of Fayetteville's Thom Ricketts and David
Jimmy Sandlin displays his fine kicking form which won the Burlington game 3-0.
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ference, All-State, All-East,
Mike Bobbitt-tackle: All-
State, All-Conference, Shrine
Steve Helms-guardg All-Confer-
ence, Team's Coach's Award.
Shrine Bowl, All-Conference,
Team Most Valuable Player.
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Honor is esteem paid to worth. The men pictured on
this page have been honored for their abilities in the
game of football. These players gave to the game their
utmost effort at all times. They were rewarded for their
work in various manners: the personal gratitude of their
coaches and classmates, trophies, college scholarships, an
selection to the important All-selection teams. The L
famac salutes these athletes and also Robert Sheppar
a junior who received a special award from the coaches
with this page in their honor.
Pud A Davis-guard: All-Confer-
Team's Most Improved
Team's Most Determined
Tom Caldwell-guard: Team's
Best Defensive Player.
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rasche, Junior Varsity cheerleader candidates were May and Susan Brantley: fsmndingj Rosalind Godwin,
udged on coordination. pep, voice, and character. They Lucy Alligood. and Cathy Peoples.
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As the football season came to a close,
Fayetteville High fans moved from the chill
of the stadium to the warmth of the gym in
eager anticipation of a successful basketball
season. Their anticipation was not unwarrant-
Perhaps the main reason for Coach Ma-
ness's Bulldogs' winning season was the de-
sire and the determination of the players.
Co-Captains Bruce Moore and Vann Williford
led the offense of the Bulldogs, while Harold
Ingle and Chris Cammack provided key de-
fensive play. J im Perkins made the opposition
start with his uncanny outside jump shots, and
Cornell Bowden was always on target with
his one-hand set shots. On the efforts of these
boys, Fayetteville obtained a regular season
record of 16 wins and 4- losses.
Moving into tournament play, Fayetteville
defeated Wilson, earning the right to meet
Durham in the finals of the Eastern 4A
Championship. The Bulldogs lost to Durham
for the Eastern crown. Then as the number
two team, Fayetteville met and defeated Ashe-
ville, representative of the Westem 4A Con-
ference, in the State 4-A Tournament. In the
next game, the Bulldogs edged by Greensboro
Page, 75-73. Next Fayetteville faced Myers
Park, the only undefeated team in North
Carolina, for the State 4A Championship. In
a breath-taking game that was televised
throughout the state, the determined Bulldogs
won the State 4-A Championship by a score of
70-69, and for the second straight year the
cry of "We're number one!" rang from Fay-
Outstanding in tournament play was Fay-
etteville's Vann Williford, who was named
the tournament's most valuable player. Both
Chris Cammack and Van Williford were se-
lected to the all-tournament team. As a tribute
to the whole team, the noted basketball coach
"Bones" McKinney remarked that the game
was the best exhibition of high school basket-
ball he had ever seen.
Bruce Moore Vann Williford
Chris Cammack Herb Clegg
jim Perkins Jim Sandlin
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Coach Jones prepares the sophomore
boys of the J.V. team for next year's
The members of the 1966 Junior Varsity Basketball Team are Lynn Collins, Rick Newell, and Bruce McFarren. In center front
ctured from left to right: Larry Bass, Steve Bishop, Jimmy Smith, Coach Jones is pictured.
orge Fisher, Cary Lynn, Ronnie LePors, Gary Smith, Fred Rose,
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Members of the 1966 wrestling team are from left to right: first
rowg Barry Bean, Felix Montero, Mike Secrest, Larry Bean, Paul
Clays, Pat Loop, and Torn Caldwell. Second rowg Jody Wilson, Pat
Kearns, Harry Sherrill, Ronnie Langdon, John Wilson, Allen Hines,
and Mike Bobbitt. Third rowg Ronnie Jones, Johnny Lambeth,
The newly indoctrinated sport of wrestling had a very
successful beginning season at Fayetteville High School.
Under the leadership of Coach Bassinger, the thirty-five
member team completed a final record of seven wins to
Pat Loop and Larry Bean, two of the team's outstand-
ing performers, were elected as co-captains by the other
members of the team.
Being one of the top four teams in the state, the Bull-
Sturdie Purdie, Tom Tharp, Tim Charles. Billy Davis, James
Chesnutt, Dave Kenyser, Larry Jersey, and Bob Clause. Fourth!
rowg Doug McLean, Parris Lusk, John King, Guy Bennett, George
Manuel, Frank Patterson, and Hugh Keesee.
dogs advanced to the sectional tournament in Coldsbort
where they placed fifth.
Placing individually were Mike Secrest, second, Larn
Bean, second, Barry Bean, third, Pat Loop, third, Jod
Wilson, thirdg and Guy Bennett, fourth. These outstandin
performers advanced to the state meet in Salisbury.
Valuable experience was gained in the rugged oppos
tion the Bulldogs faced this season. and a number on
team is expected next year. 1
Co-captains Larry Bean and Pat Loop were outstanding
performers for the 1966 season. I74
Barry Bean struggles to prevent being held by his opponent.
First row, left to right: Richard West, Charles Decker, Wilkins, Don Brewer, Roger Powell, Edward Postlethwait,
Roger Pezzelle, Mike Rose, Robert Tharp, Charles West. and Coach Mcliaurin.
Second row.' Dicky Boisky, Richard St. Dennis, Chuck
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During the 1965 Cross-Country season, Fayetteville met six oppo-
nents in 4-A competition. Although they lost five of their meets, the
team defeated Southern Pines with the best runners, Dicky Boisky and
Charles West, finishing first and second.
AH- Charles Decker, Richard St. Dennis, Chuck Wilkins, Dicky Boisky, Don
ickie Boisky finishes first in the South. Ylzrszsg tltgllriee Rose, Robert Tharpe, and Charles West warm up for the
Pines meet. g 0 e ' I75
First row, left lo right: David Labonne, Dicky Boisky, Don
Michaels, David Faircloth, Billy Sutton. Second row: Coach
Norton, Mike Bobbitt, john D'Alpe, Steve Kiernan, Skip Brown.
Ronnie Wlillaims, Pat Loop, Don Russ, Tom Ricketts, Hank
row: Bob Richardson, Mike Secrest, Boone Bartholomees, Cer'
Dey, Kent Autry, Barry Clause, Keitt Darby, Bill Miller,
Labonne, Jim Laramee, and John Barbour.
Brown, Edward Postletliwait. Steve Shochet, Don Brewer. Third
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Don Russ goes heels over head while prac-
ticing the pole vault.
After completing a season record of four wins and two losses, the 196
track team was host to the Eastern 4-A tournament. In this -competitio
Fayetteville's outstanding performers defeated all opponents to win fir
place, the first time that Fayetteville had achieved this feat.
Versatile Mike Dey was Fayetteville's most outstanding performer
the quarter mile, the 220 yard, and the 100 yard events. Kent Autry, tl
teamis fastest runner in the half-mile and the one mile competition, achievl
second place in the state meet. John D'Alpe, first place in the confere
in hurdling and the best remaining hurdler in the state, finished this ev
only 1.2 seconds off from the conference record. Another outstanding p
former, Keitt Darby, won second place in discus events after completi:
the season with seventy-eight points, the highest record on the team. Cla
behind, with seventy-seven points for the season, Lindsey Howell contribut
to Fayetteville's victory as the number one track team in Eastern Nor
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Hank Brown, Barry Clause, Mike Dey, and Kent Autry compose the mile relay te
that finished fourth in the state meet.
Penland, James Bray, Richard Beaudry, Lindsey Howell, Mil
Keitt Darby, a multi-skilled athlete, gives an all
out effort in broad jump competition during the
Eastern 4-A Tournament.
Lindsey Howell streaks
ross the line, finishing
st in the 100 yard
sh. A fine runner
roughout the season,
ndsey compiled valua-
e points toward the
stern 4-A Tournament
As the gun went off, John D'Alpe reached the hurdles first. H
continued his stride to finish first in tournament action.
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Under the direction of Coach Mackie
Hall, the 1965 tennis team completed its
second season with some advancements
over their first year. This spring sport be-
ing relatively new to Fayetteville High
School, it is still in its organization stages
and is still developing its strength. The
team finished its 1965 season with a rec-
ord of four wins and ten losses.
John Berberich, Rick Morton, and Rich-
ard St. Dennis were outstanding players
for the team and show promise for the
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Members of the 1965 Tennis Team are as follows: left Bill Pope, John Berberich and Ronnie Melvin
to rightg Don Runkle, Rick Morton, Richard St. Dennis, Front Center: Coach Mackie Hall.
Members of the 1965 Golf Team are as follows: First row, left Nollner, Bill Anderson, Jimmy Barnes, Jarvis Jones, Chuck Wil-
: rightg Reese Donneson, Charlie Decker, Robert Tharp, Don kins, Mike Morgan, Curt Motola, John Tally, Marshal Waren. and
.llen, Nimocks Haigh, Julius Willis, Jay Parker, Bill Patterson, James Hefti.
.nd clark Freeman. second ww, left to fight: Keith Little, Tom
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!With some exceptionally good players, and more in- and tenth in the state.
crest being shown than in previous years, the 1965 Golf Jimmy Barnes, Bill Anderson, and Chuck Wilkins had
'eam had a more successful year than ever before. The the lowest scores for the year. Barnes and Wilkins tied
cam competed in the state tournament in Chapel Hill for seventh place in the top individual scorers in the state.
nd ended with fourth place in the Eastern Conference
Victor Talley makes certain that Nimocks Haigh doesn'l miss
again. Chuck Wilkins and Bill Anderson observe Jimmy Barnes as lu-
swings to get out of the rough. '79
Coach McGinley thoughtfully watches the ball as the opposing team makes a home run.
The fever of America's favorite past-
time invaded F.H.S. in mid-April when
the 1965 baseball team opened its sea-
son against Clinton. From then on the
pace never slackened. Meeting opponents
sixteen times on the diamond, Fayette-
ville's baseball Bulldogs swung, pitched.
ran, slid, and caught their way to a 5-11
record and sixth berth in the district.
Handicapped by having only five return-
nig lettermen, Coach Jack McGinley de-
veloped his team as much as possible and
set his sights on the next season.
The end of the season meant various
things to different groups of players.
The newcomers had gained essential skill
in the intricacies of baseball. The five
returning lettermen added still another
of experience to their past fine rec-
ords. Co-captains Larry Price and Neil
Buie relaxed with the knowledge that
their strong hitting and pitching had
contributed largely to the successful con-
tests which the team had had.
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another fast ball through the
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If Randy Means would open his eyes, he could tell ,lim Lattimore that he has already snared
this pop fly.
The baseball team pauses to rest during practice. Pictured here Rick Dreihelbis, Costa Lampros, Gordon Peebles, Coach McGinley,
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vas, Jim Lattimore, Sdlllllly Bradford, Larry Prire, Verdcry Kerr, Wood. Bill Belche, and .lim Perkins.
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DIANA LYNN ADCOX
i'.H.S. 3, 4, Garinger H.S. 2, Sec, 2, Intr. Bas-
zetball, Volleyball 3, Lib. Asst. 2.
JOHN HERBERT ADERHOLT
f.I'I.S. 2, 3, 4, Key Cl. 2, 3, 4
X MEHMET ISIK AKSOY
7.H.S. 4, Mannheim A.H.S. 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3,
gettermen's Cl. 2, 3, Photo Cl. 3, All Star fLeft
DOLORES MATILDE ALARCON
7.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Frankfurt A. H. S. 2, D.E. Cl. 4
WILLIAM ANTHONY ALBRIGHT
7.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Lafamac 4, Sr. Class Gift Comm.
l, Nat. Mer. Letter of Commendation
' MARY ANGELA ALLEN
f.H.S. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4
CHRISTOPHER MARK ANAYA
'7'.H.S. 3, 4, St. Anne's Academy 2, Track 2
WILLIAM BONNER ARCHBELL
T'.H.S. 2, 3, 4
MARVIN THOMAS ARCHER
'7.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Verdun H.S. 2, H.R.V, Pres. 2,
ntr. Basketball 3, Soccer 2, Cross Country 2,
7.T.A. 2, Lettermen's Cl. 2, Lib. Assist. 4, Most
Jaluahle Soccer Player 2, All-Conference lLeft
.IOHN WATSON AUTRY
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R.V. Pres. 2, H.R. Pres. 4, Key
l. 3, 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Stu. For. 4. Pres.
ro Tem 4, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 3
3 NANCY KAY AUTRY
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2, Sec. 3, Treas. 4, H.R.
ec. 2, H.R. Pres. 3, H.R. V. Pres. 4, Latin Cl. 2,
tu. For. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pres. 2, District Sec.
, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, Miss F.H.S. Chm. Decor.
omm. 3, Ir.-Sr. Steering Comm., Chm. RCfT6SIl.
omm. 3, Figure 3, 4
ELIZABETH ANN AVERITT
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3
flomervvm Presidents kcprcscn
HOMEROOM PBESIDENTS: sented, left ro right: Nimocks Haigll, Robert
Vaughn, Don Russ. Standing, left to right: Richard St. Denis, Don Mann, Mi-
chael Knight, Dee 0'Neil, Skip Ford, Don Perkins, Ed Dallas, Johnny Autry,
Larry Bledsoe, Johnny Yager.
HENRY JOSEPH BARAN
F.H.S. 2, 3. 4, Intr. Basketball 2, 3
LEE SUSAN BARCO
F.H.S. 3, 45 Frankfurt Sr. High 23 Annual Staff
23 Glee Cl. 25 Lib. Cl. 4, Lib. Assist. 4-
KENNETH DOUGLAS BARFIELD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Latin Cl. 2, German Cl. 43 Band
2, 3, 4: Band Letter Cl. 3, 4
WILLIAM CHARLES BARNES
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 2, 3g Intr. Volley-
ball 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
MARY ELLA BARNHILL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 23
Drama Cl. 4g F.T.A. 43 Latin Cl. 2
KATHRYN LEE BARTHOLOMEES
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Treas. 2, Sec-Treas. 45 Mar-
shal 3g Intr. Softball 35 Lafamac Staff 4, Latin
Cl, 2, Pres. 2g F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Parl. 3, State Sec.
3g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 43 .lr.-
Sr. Decor. Comm. 3, Miss F.H.S. Programs
Comm. 3g Nat. Merit Semi-Fin. 3
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Bas-
ketball 2, Band 2, 3, 4:
Miss F.H.S. Cont, 3, 4
SUSAN ANN BALL
F.H.S. 3, 4, Balboa 2,
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4
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LARRY ALLAN BEAN
.H.S. 3, 43 Cross Country 23 Wrestling 2, 43
Ionogram Cl. 2
KATHERINE MARIE BEARD
2, 3, 4g Spanish Cl. 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3:
liss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4
MARY LINDA BECK
.H.S. 3, 43 Chamberlain H.S. 2, 33 Sen. High
ingers 33 German Cl. 43 French Cl. 33 Biologian
'l. 2g Chamberlain High Concert Choir 33 Intr.
Lasketball 2, 33 Intr. Volleyball 2, 33 Jr.-Sr.
omm. 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont, 43 Most Physically
it Sopll. Girl Award 2
DONNA GREY BELCHE
.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 23 Future Home-
nakers 33 Miss F.H.S. Comm, 3
JOHN MICHAEL BELL
.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Deleg. to Stu, Co. Nom. Con. 2, 33
ltr. Basketball 2, 43 Key Cl. 43 Miss F.H.S.
JOHN ROBERT BERBERICH
.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 lntr. Basketball
43 Monogram Cl. 2, 3, 43 Key Cl. 3, 4g German
l. 4-3 Latin Cl. Treas. 2
HEATHER SUSAN BERLAGE
'.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Girl's Bowling, G.A.A. 33 German
ll. 33 Miss Cont. 33 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
KAY ELLEN BETHEA
'.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Miss F.H.S.
Cont. 43 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
'.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Volleyball 23 Bulldog Staff 4:
'uture Nurses 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
WANDA LEE BING
V.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Volleyball 2, 3g Intr. Basket-
Iall 2g Future Nurses 2, 3, 43 Spanish Cl. 2, 33
-lliss F.H.S. Cont. 33 Miss F.H,S. Comm. 3
BRENDA LOUISE BISHOP
l.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Treasurer 23 Del. to Stu. C
Elom. Con. 2g Student Forum 23 Miss F.H.S.
DOROTHY SUE BISHOP
V.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Sen. High Singers 2, 33 D.E. Cl. 43
-diss F.I'I.S. Comm. 3
Seniors Sec the Guiding ,Ciglzt
ARETTA LEIGH BLACKWELDER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, I'I.R. Sec. 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont.
2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Judges Comm. 3
WILLIAM HENRY BLAIR
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Clinic 2, 3,
Band Letter Cl. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Latin Cl. 2, Nat.
Hon. Soc. 3, 4, District Sci. Fairs, 2, 3, 4, State
Sci. Fair 2, 3, 4, National Sci. Fair 3, Fin. 3:
U.S. Army Sci. Award 3, Deleg. to N.C. Ir. Sci.
Symposium 3, D.A.R. Soph. Good Cit.
MAUDE ELIZABETH BLANTON
F.H.S. 3, 4, Page Sr. High 2, Intr. Basketball 2,
Intr. Volleyball 2, Glee Cl. 2, Medical Cl. 2,
D.E. Cl. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3
LARRY TRENT BLEDSOE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.B. Pres. 3, 4, Stu. For. 3, 4,
Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2, Football 2, Key
Cl. 3, 4
LINDA KAY BLUE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Treas. 2, H.R. Sec. 3, 4,
Intr. Basketball 3, Lib. Cl. 4, Lib. Assist. 4, Art
Cl. 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm.
3, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 3, "Most Dependable"
FRANCES ANN BLUMENSTEIN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, German Cl. 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, Latin
Cl. 2, Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm. 3
MIKE JOSEPH BOBBITT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Pres. 2, Football 2, 3, 4,
Co-Captain 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Mon-
ogram Cl. 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain Shrine Bowl 4,
All-Conference Football 4, All-State Football 4,
"Most School Spirit"
PHYLLIS ELAINE BODIFORD
F.H.S. 3, 4, Baker High School 2, F.H.A. 3, 4,
ZOLLY CORNELL BOWDEN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Lib. Assist. 4,
Key Cl. 4
CRAIG LEE BRADLEY
F.H.S. 3, 4, Germany 2, Lib. Assist. 2, German
Cl. 2, Drama Cl. 2, Art Cl. 2
SUSAN MARIE BRENNAN
F.H.S. 4, Cristobel High School 2, 3, Caribbean
Girls' State Deleg. 3, Intr. Volleyball 2, 3, Intr.
Softball 3, ROTC Drill Team Sponsor 3, ROTC
Sec. 3, Nurses Aid Cl., Pink Girls 2, 3, Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3
RICHARD ALEXANDER BRENNER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 4'
Spanish Cl. 3, 4
DONALD STOKES BREWER
F.H.S. 3, 45 Manzano H.S. 2, 35 H.R. Pres. 3:
H.R. V. Pres. 45 Wrestling 23 Track 3, 43 Cross
Country 4, Monogram Cl. 43 Stu. For. 3
CHERYL ANN BRITT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2
RICHARD ALSTON BRooM
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 45 Spanish Cl. 4
BALINGER ROUDOLPH BROWN
F.H.S. 3, 4g Cedar Cliff H.S. 25 Track 2, 3, 43
Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intr. Volleyball 2: Bull-
dog 45 Band 2g Drama Cl. 2
EDWARD JASPER BROWN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Spanish
Cl. 43 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
JOSEPH GREGORY BROWN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Volleyball 29 Intr. Basketball
2, 3, 4-g Spanish Cl. 2
LINDA ARLEEN BROWN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Lafamac 4, Spanish Cl. 43 French
Cl. 3g F.N.A. 33 F.T.A. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3,
4, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
LAWRENCE JEFFERSON BRUTON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Intr. Basketball 2, 3:
Spanish Cl. 4, Sen. High Singers 3, 4
WENDY GRAY BUCK
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, 43 Lib. Asst. 5: Miss
F.H.S. Comm. 3
Browsing in the guidance office, John Ber-
berich, Chris Anaya, Peggy Baker, Lee Barco, and
Mary Beck make plans for the future.
WILLIAM ANDREW BUCK, JR.
F.l'l.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track
3. 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Monogram Cl. 4
CHARLES THOMAS BULLARD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Stu. Director
Band Letter Cl. 3, 4, lntra. Basketball 2. 3, 4
WANDA SUE BUNCE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 2, 3, lntr. St
ball 2, 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Spanish
3, 4, FHA 4, FNA 4
BARBARA LYNN BURGESS ,
F.H.S. 3, 4, Pine Forest 2, French Cl. 2,
FHA 4, Beta Cl. 2, Miss FHS Comm. 3, Jr.-
JAMES WILLIAM BURKE , l
F.H.S. 4, Bad Kreuznach H.S. 2, 3, Bear,
Staff 2, 3, Kreuznacher Staff 2, 3, Reflecti-
Staff 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Soccer 2, Art Cl.
Letterman's Cl. 3, Prom Comm. 3, Foot?
Homecoming Comm. 2, 3, Basketball Ho
coming Comm. 3.
MARY ELIZABETH BURKE
F.l'l.S. 3, 4, Ausburg HS. 2, Apache Arrow S1
2, Red Cross Cl. 2, Pres., C.A.A. 2, F.N.A.
4, Latin Cl. 3, 4
MARY ELLEN BURKE
F.H.S. 3, 4, Aushurg HS. 2, Stu. Coun.
G.A.A. 2, F.H.A. 3, F.N.A. 2, 4, Latin Cl. 3,
Pep Cl. 2, Library Cl. 2, Newman 2, Miss FH
Cont. 3: .lr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Trampoline Lette
MARTHA LOUISE BURNET1'
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec.-Treas. 2, French
4, Latin Cl. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Miss
Cont. 2, 3, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Co
CAROLYN AYCOCK BURT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec.-Treas. 3, Del. to E
Co. Nom. Con. 2, Lnfamac 4, Band 2, 3,
Band Officers Cl. 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, FTA 3
Treas. 4, Lib. Assist. 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, ll
Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 4, Jr.
King-Queen Comm. 3
Senior Homeroom Vice-P1
dents: fLeft to rightl Barry f
ter, Juliana Sciolla, Robert Th
Kay Autry, Tom Franklin, l
Lieberman, Peggy Ogburn, Ci
Iuliucci, Don Brewer, Mary A,
Center, Charlie Decker, Fran
RAYMOND WILLIAM BURTON
7.H.S. 2, 43 Pine Forest H.S. 33 Intr. Basket-
nall 43 German Cl. 3
MARIA CLYDE BUSH
7.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 3, 43 Latin Cl.
,3 Spanish Cl. 23 Mixed Chorus 23 Sen. High
lingers 3, 4
PAMELA GWEN BYRD
'.H.S. 4g Clovis H.S. 2, 33 Spanish Hon. Soc. 23
WA DE EVANS BYRD
EHS. 2, 3, 4g Intr. Basketball 3, 43 Latin Cl.
I3 Spanish Cl. 23 Mixed Chorus 23 Sen, High
fingers 3, 4
L ELIZABETH MARIA CAGLE
.H.S. 3, 43 Pine Forest H.S. 2g Art Cl. 33 Drama
Il. 43 Spanish Cl. 4.
X KATHERINE CAIN
'.H.S. 3, 43 Lauderdale H.S, 2g F.N.A. 43 Ger-
ian Cl. 43 Mixed Chorus 3
ERMA JANICE CAINE
I'I.S. 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4
THOMAS NICHOLAS CALDWELL
H.S. 3, 43 Hollidagsburg H.S. 23 Football 2,
I43 Golf 2: Wrestling 2, 43 Stu. For. 23 Mono-
'am Cl. 3, 4
A NEIL GRAHAM CALLAHAN III
HS. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 23 Intr. Basketball 23
u. For. 23 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
THOMAS CARL CALLAHAN
'.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Intr. Basketball 2
MARTHA ANN CANDLER
'.H.S. 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Miss F.I'I.S. Cont.
43 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 3g Nat. Merit Letter
Q Comm. 4
CATHI EVE CARACCIA
'.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Sec. 2, 33 Del. to Stu. Co.
lom. Conv. 23 G.A.A. 33 Intr. Basketball 23
utr. Volleyball 2
Seniors Zola! 525 in '66
Seniors Aftsud Kallegc ,Nzylzt
STEPHEN JOHN CARRIG
F.H.S. 3, 4, 71st 2, Football 23 Track 3,
Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Intra. Volleyball 3,
Intra. Softball 2, Pep Cl. 2: Spanish Cl.
Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Del.
Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3
JEANNE ELLEN CARTER
l".H.S. 2, 3, 43 lntra. Basketball 3g Bulldog
F.N.A. 2, German Cl. 3, Drama Cl. 45 M
F.H.S. Cont. 4
ELVIN EUGENE CASTLE
l".H.S. 4, George Mason H.S. 2, 33 Spanish
33 Spanish Hon. Soc. 3
CHERYL SUZANNE CHANCE
l".H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball and Volleyl
2g Cheerleader 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 25 Sen. H
Singers 3, 4, French Cl. 33 Drama Cl. 43 G.A
Sec. 35 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43 Miss F.l'l
Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Del. to Stu. '
Nom. Con. 2
JOHN CLAYTON CLAMP
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4
MICHAEL LEE CLEMENTS
I-'.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. V.Pres. 2, Intra. Basketb
2, 35 Intra. Volleyball 2
LINDA ANN CLINE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, lntra. Basketball 3, Intra. I
leyball 2, 33 F.N.A. 43 F.H.A. Treas. 49 I
to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
DAVID MELVIN COGDELL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 23 Football 2, 3,
Mongram Cl. 4, Spanish Cl. 4
LINDA ANN COLLIER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 44 H.R. Sec.-Treas. 33 Intra. Basie
ball and Volleyball 23 F.T.A. 3, 45 Tri-H
3, 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4: Stu. For. 2, Miss F.H
Comm. 3: J r.-Sr. Comm. 3
SHIRLEY RAIE COLLINS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, lntra. Basketball 23 Intra. Sc
JOHN DOUGLAS COLSON
F.H.S, 4, Berlin H.S. 25 Auer H.S. 33 Baseb.
2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 35 Monogrz
Cl. 2, 3, 4
SHERRY LOUISE CONWAY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 2, 4, Intra. Basketb:
2, 33 Intra. Volleyball 2, 3: Intra. Softball ,
Lib. Assist. 43 Library Cl. Sec. 4, Miss F.H.
Cont. 2, 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
Dr. Frank Butler, representative of
East Carolina College, talks to Fayette-
ville High School seniors on College
Night, September 22. Over 75 colleges
and universities were represented, and
students from several county schools at-
tended. This year was a change from
previous years when a College Day
was held in the spring.
LESLIE JO COOK
F.H.S. 3, 45 Owensboro H.S. 25 Band 25
Band Clinic 25 Glee Club 2, Latin Club 2
WINIFRED CHA RLENE COOK
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, Alt. Cheer-
leader 3: G.A.A. 3, 4-3 Intr. Basketball 2,
3, 4-1 Intr. Volleyball 2, 35 Intr. Baseball
4, German Cl. 2, Jr.-Sr. Figure Comm. 3:
Miss F.H.S. .ludges Comm. 3
MARIE CORALIE CONSTANCE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 2, 3, Intr.
Volleyball 2, 35 F.T.A. 3, 43 Latin Cl. 2,
Spanish Cl. 23 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
LINDA BARKER COTHREN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4.
LOUIS ATWILL COVEY
F.H.S. 2. 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 2
GEDDES MARVIN COX
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Verdun HS. 2: Del. to Stu.
Co. Nom. Con. 2, 3
SANDRA G. CRAFTON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 German Cl. 3,
4, Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 3g Miss F.H.S.
WILLIAM ALEXANDER CRANE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Pres. 25 Stu. For. 2:
Football 2, 3. 45 Monogram Cl. 4
EDNA LOUMILDRED CROOM
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 3, 43 Intr. Basket-
ball 2, 3g Intr. Volleyball 2, 39 F.N.A. 4:
Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
Sen Urs at ll 4
YOSHIKAZU TAKISHITA CROUSEN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Pres. 2, 33 Stu. For. 2,
Deleg. to Stu. Nom. Con. 23 Art Cl. 3, 4: V.-P1
3, Pres. 43 "Most Talented"
PRESTON HAMILTON CUDD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Com
THERESA MAY CULBRETH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 33 Drama Cl. 43 FI
43 F.N.A. 23 Latin Cl. 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont.
2nd Runner-up 43 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Jr.-
EDWARD JAMES ITALESSANDRO
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
EDWARD DANIEL DALLAS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Pres. 43 Stu. For.
Football 43 Track 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 3,
German Cl. 3, 43 Latin Cl. 33 Key Cl. 43 M
F.H.S. Comm. 3
JOHN ARTHUR D'ALPE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 Track 2, 3, 4. 4
Capt. 43 Cross Country 2, 33 Monogram Cl.
ROSE MA RIE DAOC
F.H.S. 43 Lawton H.S. 23 Kau. H.S. 33 F.B.L..
V.-Pres. 3g Lib. Assist. 2
JOHN J. DATES
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Miss F.H.S. Lighting Comm
ANNE LEE DAVENPORT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Sec.-Treas. 2, Treas.
French Cl. 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Mixed Choi
23 Sen. High Singers 3, 4g Miss F.H.S. Co
3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr, Steeri
Comm. 33 Invit. Comm. Chairman 3
CON NIE COSETTE DAVIS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intr. Basketball 43 GAA 3,
French Cl. 33 FTA 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3,
Miss F.H.S. Judges Comm. 3
WALTER SELLERS DAVIS
F.H.S. 3, 43 Jacksonville H.S. 2g H.R. V. Pres.
Football 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Monogram Cl. 3,
2nd Team All-East 4
CASIE MARIA DAWKINS
F.H.S1 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 33 Intr. Softl
21 e of Hollegc ,Cya
On October 2 members of
lie senior class traveled to
fhapel Hill to watch the
'ar Heels of UNC meet the
favaliers of thc University
CHARLES DEFOREST DECKER III
.H.S. 2, 3, 4: H.R. V.Pres. 4: Intra. Basketball
. 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 4: Spanish
I. 2, 3: Monogram Cl. 3, 4: Miss F.H.S.
omm. 3: Mascot Comm. 4: Stu. For. 4: Del.
v Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
RONALD MADISON DEES
,H.S. 2, 3, 4: Intra. Basketball 2, 3: Spanish
l. 2: Drama Cl. 4: Library CI. 3: Miss F.H.S.
omm. 3: Lib. Assist. 3, 4: Del. to Stu. Co.
om. Con. 2
DOUGLAS STEVEN DIBBERT
.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Class Rep. 4: Spanish Cl. 2, 3:
at. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Del. to Dist. Con. 3, Rep. to
x. Bd. 4: Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Pro. Chin. 3,
areer Day Co-Chm. 3, Rep. to Inter. Con. 3,
el. to Inter. Con. 4, Rep. 4, Ex. Bd. 3, 4,
res. 4: Miss F.H.S. Business Mgr. 3, Head
sher 3, Escort 4: Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm. 3,
ec. Comm. Co-Chm. 3, Fig. 3, 4: "Most Likely
JAMES RUPERT DICKINS
.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Intra. Basketball 2, 3: Lib. Assist.
CHERYL DENISE DOCTOR
.I'I.S. 2. 3. 4: Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
JANICE PACE DONNESON
.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Art Cl. 4: Drama Cl. 3: Bowling
l. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3:
liss F.H.S. Comm. 3: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3: Sen.
lass Play Comm.
BYAH RICHARDSON DOXEY
.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Class Rep. 2, 3, 4: Lafamac 4:
en. High Singers 2: Drama Cl. 4: Spanish Cl
4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: V.Pres. 3: Miss F.H.S. Cont
, 3, 4: Miss Dec. Comm. Co-Chm. 3:
r.-Sr. Dec. Comm. Co-Chm. 3: Del. to Stu. Co.
fongress 3: Marshal 3: Fig. 3. 4: Waitress 2
GEORGE WALTER DOYLE III
.H.S, 2, 3, 4: Library Cl. 3, 4: Lib. Assist. 3, 4
EDWARD RICK DREIBELBIS
'.H.S. 2, 3, 4: H.R. Pres. 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3:
laseball 2, 3, 4: Monogram Cl. 3. 4: Latin Cl.
: German Cl. 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Bulldog 2
Senior Homcroom Secretaries: Seatezlg .lune Milby, Sherry Conway. Ann
Pollard, Knki Bartholomees. Slandingg Putty Le-Pors, Marilyn Strickland.
Roblmies Wages. and Sandy Shoemaker.
TERRY BYRD EASON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Latin Cl. 23 French Cl. 33 Band
2, 3, 4: Band Officers Cl. 3, 4
DALE CLAYTON EDWARDS
F.H.S. 4: Red Springs 23 St. Pauls 3
SHILA HOPE ELFMON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. V.Pres. 23 Lafamac 43 Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g French Cl. 43 F.T.A. 3, 4, Hist.
43 Miss F.I'I.S. Cont. 2, 43 Miss F.I-I.S. Comm.
3g Jr.-Sr. Waiter-Waitress Comm. 33 Del. to
Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 23 Experiment in Inter.
JOHN DAVID ELLINGTON '
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
JOHN ELLIOT ... 3
F.H.S, 2, 3, 4. sle
PAM ANN ELVINGTON . 3,
F.H.S. 43 Ankara H.S. 2, 33 Class Officer 33 .
Stu. Co. Rep. 33 G.A.A. 3g F.N.A, 2g Jr.-Sr.
Comm. Chm. 3
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Track
Team 33 F.H.S. Record
220 Yard Dash, Eastern
Conf. 220 Yd. Dash
F.I-I.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R.
Treas. 33 French Cl. 43
Scottish Dan. 3, 43 Hist.
44 T.-i-Hi-Y 3, 4, sec.
43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3.
4-3 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33
.Ir.-Sr. Comm. 33 Lib. As-
sist. 43 Del. to Stu. Co.
Nom. Con. 23 .Iunior
Stedman Essay Award 3
Cwelve Scnmrs ,flflcrzf Semwmzhsfs
PRISCILLA BELLE ELVINGTON
H.S. 45 Ankara HS, 2, 3, H.R. Treas. 4: Stu.
tn. 35 G.A.A. 35 Powder Puff Team, 3, F.N.A.
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
NANCY CAROL EMBLER
H.S. 2, 3. 49 Intr. .Basketball 23 F.H.A. 4,
5I.A. 4-Q Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4-
RALPH WILLIAM ENLOW
HS. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 3, 4g Track 2:
.-Sr. Comm. 3
RICHARD LAWRENCE EVANS
LS. 2, 3, 43 Lajnmac Business Mgr. 4: Latin
2, German Cl. Pres. 3, 43 Nat, Hon. Soc. 3,
Deleg. State Con. 3, V. Pres. 4g Del. to Stu.
. Nom, Con, 33 Jr.-Sr. Guest and Hosp. Comm.
Miss F.H.S. Usher Comm. 33 Nat. Mer. Semi-
1. 4g Louise Black Schol. Award 2g "Most
DANNIE LEON EWING
'I.S. 2, 3, 49 Canon City H.S. 23 H.R. Treas.
3: Basketball 2, 3g Football 2, 3: Track 3:
:leg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2. 3
JOHNNY LARRY EZELL
HS. 2, 3. 43 Stratford HS. 2
MARGARET LOUISE FAIRCLOTH
H.S. 2. 3, 43 H.R. Sec. 2. 3, Treas. 43 Scottish
tn. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 43 Sen. High Singers
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3. 4. lst Runner-up 2,
1 Runner-up 43 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con.
Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm. 3g jr.-Sr. Decor.
mm. 35 Waitress 2
MARGARET SUSANNE FARLEY
HS. 43 Kaiserslautern HS. 2, 35 Raider Staff
lMiss F.H.S. Cont. 4
MICHAEL RAY FATELY
Hb. 2. 3. 4
SHERRY ANN FAULKNER
H.S. 2, 3. 43 Intr. Basketball 2, F.H.A. 4,
b. Assist. 4
JOHN JOSEPH FEARING
lH.S. 3, 43 Yokohama H.S. 2: Baseball 23 Foot-
tll 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 3, Intr. Volleyball
Monogram Cl. 4-
CATHALEEN ANNE FEELEY
H.S. 3, L13 Taipei HS. 2g Basketball 2: Base-
tll 2, 35 G.A.A. 2g F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Glee Cl.
Lib. Assist. 2
Carol Ann Short is one of many senior girls who
enthusiastically supported the Miss FHS contest. a
junior class project.
CECELIA LYNN FISHER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Lib. Assist. 43 FNA 3: Latin
PATRICIA ANN FISHER
F.H.S. 43 Pine Forest H.S. 2, 33 Newspaper
Staff 3, F.H.A. 23 Glee Cl. 2, 3g Sen. High
WALTER LEVON FOLSOM
F.H.S. 2, 3. 43 H.R. V.Pres. 2g lntr. Basket-
ball 2, 3
HOWARD LAY FORD JR.
F.H.S. 2, 3. 43 H.R. Pres. 4. V.Pres. 2. 33
'Stu. For. 43 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3'
Hi-Y 3. 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Miss F.H.S.
F.HS. 43 Alliance 'Xvadem' 2 3 Cheer-
' 4 I v 3
leader 23 Clee Cl. 23 .lr.Sr. Comm. 3
THOMAS PIERCE GIBBS FRANKLIN
F.H.S. 2. 3. 43 H.R. Pres. 3, V.Pres. 43
Stu. For. 33 Football 43 Lafamac 43 German
Cl. 3, 43 Latin Cl. 23 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 43
Key Cl. 43 Miss F.H.S. Usher 33 Jr.-Sr.
Decor. Comm. 3
Seniors Don 5'armaLs' an
MICHAEL RAY FERRELL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Class Rep. 43 Figure 3
4g Key Cl. 2, 3, 43 Treas. 4, Carolina Conv
2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, 4, Rep. to Inter
national Conv. 4, Corres. Sec. 33 Miss F.H.S
Tickets Comm., Miss F.H.S. Usher 3
BERNARD JOSEPH FINEBERG
F.H.S. 43 Bitburg HS. 23 Cooper H. S. 33
Lib. Assist. 2a Chess Cl. 2, Class Pres. 2
Yuery far Miss 5545 Eau est
TERESA DREW FULK
F.H.S. 2, 3. 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3: Jr.-Sr.
WILLIAM FRAZIER FURR
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Latin Cl. 2g Jr.-Sr.
ROBERT JOSEPH GAGNE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 2g Stu. For. 23 Del.
to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3g Intr. Basketball 2, 3.
43 Miss F.H.S. Decor. Comm. 33 Miss F.H.S.
Tickets Comm. 3g Jr.-Sr. Decor. 3
HAYWOOD BENJAMIN GAILLARD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4g Latin Cl. 23 Jr.-Sr.
JERE DEE GALLAGHER
F.H.S. 43 Mannheim H.S. 2, 33 Marshal 3:
Cheerleader 2, 33 Intr. Volleyball 33 Track 33
G.A.A. 23 F.T.A. 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. Chairman 33
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
THOMAS GRATTAN GA MBILL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Mascot Comm. 4
ROGER DALE GANN
F.H.S. 3, 43 Kubasaki H.S. 2g Football 3, 43
Track 43 Intr. Basketball 3, Monogram Cl. 3, 4
F.H.S. 2, 3, 41
PAMELA JEAN GARNER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 2, H.R. V.Pres. 3,
H.R. Sec. 43 Stu. For. Del. to Stu. Co. Nom.
Con. 23 Intr. Basketball 23 Glee Cl. 23 Latin
Cl. 23 Mixed Chorus 2g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Program Comm.
33 Jr.-Sr. Program Comm. 3
CATHERINE LOUISE GATES
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g French Cl. 3, 4, Treas. 43 Nat.
Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 33 Maga-
zine Drive Comm. 4
A MARY ANN GATWOOD
F.H.S. 3, 43 71st H.S, 23 F.T.A. 23 F.N.A. 33
Nat. Hon, Soc. 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 33
Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2
EDWARD HARRY GEIGER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
MARY ANNE GENTER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Pres. 2, 33 V. Pres. 43
Stu. For. 2, 33 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con.
2 3 Intr. Basketball 43 Scottish Dancers 3, 4:
Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont.
2, 3, 43 3rd Runner-up, 2
MICHAEL WAYLAND GILBERT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Latin Cl.
2, 33 Monogram Cl. 4
RITA ROSE GILLEN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2g Sen. High
Singers 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
BARBARA LEE GLASGOW
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Bowling 2, 3, 43 D.E.
Cl. 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4
DONALD JOE GODWIN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 33 Band
2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
KENNETH MARVIN GODWIN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 33 Lib.
Assist. 4g Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
THOMAS MORAN GOETZ
F.H.S. 2, 43 Farragut H.S. 33 Baseball
3, 4g Football 3, 43 Monogram Cl. 3, 43
JAMES RONALD GRANT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Intr. Basket-
ball 3, 43 Latin Cl. 23 Spanish Cl. 3, 4
GLADYS SWINSON GREENE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Treas. 43 Spanish Cl.
33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Ticket
Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 3
GA RY WAYNE GREEN WAY
F.H.S. 2, 43 Carolina Military Academy 33
Golf 2, 43 Auto-Visual Assist. 43 Lib. Cl. 4
THOMAS MARTIN CRIFFITH
F.H.S. 3, 4 Potiers H.S. 2
JACK LEE GRILL
F.H.S. 3, 43 Balboa H.S. 23 Football 43
Intr. Basketball 23 Intr. Football 2
il and Croublc' "
LINDA MAE HALL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A.
3, 4, Band 2, 3, 45 Ma-
jorette 2, 3, 4, Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43 Jr.-
Sr. Comm. 3, Lib. As-
F.H.S. 2. 3, 43 Intra.
Basketball 23 Drama
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Majorcttc 2, 33 Band 2, 3
MARY KATHRYN HAGER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4-g Miss F.H.S
Ticket Comm. 3: Jr.-Sr. Dec. and Refresh
EUGENE NIMOCKS HAIGH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: H.R. Pres. 43 Stu. For. 4, Golf 2,
KARL OWEN HAIGLER
F.H.S. 45 Reynolds H.S. 2, 33 Intra. Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4g Tennis 2, Golf 4g German Cl.
3, 4, Pres. 35 Key Cl. 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3,
Fig. 3, Senior Class Play Comm. 4
LARRY HUGH HAIRE
F.H.S.- 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 3, fl-3 Miss
F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3
JEFFREY FULTON HALL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 49 Latin Cl. 2, Band 2, 3, 43 Band
Off. Cl. 3, 45 Band Clinics 35 Miss F.H.S. Pub.
Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Clean-up Comm. 3
Cindy luliucci, Kitty Kimsey. and Linda Brown conjure up the magic of
BARBARA LOUISE HANEY
Haliug Kurds ,4
J ONALYN LOUISE HAMMETT
F.H.S. 3, 45 Kailua H. S. 25 Del. to Stu. C
Nom. Con. 35 Intr. Basketball 35 Intr. Volle
ball 35 French Cl. 45 FTA 3, 45 FHA 45 Lat
Cl. 25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Lib. Assist. 25 Mi
F.H.S. Cont. 4
JEAN LUCILLE HAMMOND
F.H.S. 3, 45 East Anchorage HS. 25 CAA
FHA 25 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
ROBERT JOHN HAMMOND
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Basketball 2
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Basketball 25 Intr.
ball 35 Lafamac 45 Spanish Cl. 25 Tri-H
3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Tickets Comm. 35 Miss
JOHN JOSEPH HANRETTY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Pres. 35 Stu. For. 3, Da
to Stu. Co Nom. Con. 35 Football 2, 4
SANDRA MAY HARDEE
F.H.S. 3, 45 71st H.S. 25 Art Cl. 4
SHARRON GALE HARDIN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Treas. 3, Sec. 45 Intr. So
ball 35 F.N.A. 2, 45 German Cl. 45 Latin I
25 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Comm.
JOYCE ANN HARMON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Sec. 25 Del. to Stu. 3
Nom. Con. 2, 35 Miss F.H.S. Entertainm
Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 3
CILDA MARIAM HARRIS
F.H.S. 45 E. E. Smith H.S. 25 H.S. of Co'
merce 35 H.R. V. Pres. 35 Stu. For. 35 Che
leader 35 Intr. Volleyball 2, 45 Intr. Basketb
2, 45 Intr. Soccer 25 Intr. Softball 2, 45 In:
Soccer Medal 25 All-Star Soccer Team 25 G.A..
2, 45 Debate Cl. 2, 35 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Fren
Cl. 35 Lib. Cl. 35 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 45 Schold
tic Award 3
CHARLES H. HARSHBERCER
F.H.S. 3, 45 Harrison H. S. 25 Baseball 25 Rad
Cl. Pres. 2
JUDY FRANCES HARVEY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
ROD WEAVER HATCHER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Golf 35 Track 45 Intr. Basketbzl
2, 35 Mixed Chorus 25 Sen. High Singers 3, 4
ANKE EVITA HAUG
F.H.S. 3, 45 Frankfurt H.S.
PATRICIA JEAN HAYES
Mr. Warren takes orders for calling cards from Kay Lieberman and
F'H'S' 2' 3' 4 Rabbit Tharp.
F.H.S. 3, 43 Washington-Lee H.S. 2, Intra. Soft-
ball 3g G.A.A. 2: F.T.A. 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Poster Comm. 3,
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Fig. 3
JERRY GLEN HEATH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Massey Hill 2, 4g Socastee Acad-
emy 3g Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 43 Football 2g
Track 2, 3, Golf 3, Class Pres. 25 Key Cl. 2, 4,
Monogram Cl. 2, 43 Yearbook Staff 25 Del. to
Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3
LEE ALLYN HECKMAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Millbrook H.S. 2, French Cl. 2g
STEVEN RAY HELMS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. V. Pres. 33 Pres. 4, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 43 Monogram Cl. 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 41
Stu. For. 4g Lib. Assist. 4, Del. to Stu. Co.
Nom. Con. 2
ELIZABETH ENGLISH HENDERSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Latin Cl, 2 Art Cl. 4, French
Cl. 4g Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Dec.
Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm. 3
LORRY FRANCES HENDON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Officer 2, 3, 4, Drama Cl.
43 Spanish Cl. 2, 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4
Senior Homeroom Treasurers: Seat-
ed, Carmen Hill, Anne Davenport,
Evelyn McLaughlin. Standing, Priss
Elvington, Caroline Norman, Gorden
Peebles, Gladys Green, Cornelia Whita-
ker, Mary Thornton, Sandy Shoe-
maker, Patty LePors, Kaki Bartholo-
GARY MAYES HENSCHEN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Class Rep. 2, 3, Class Pres. 1
Stu. Con. Wkshp. 3, H.R. Pres. 2, 3, Intr. Bs
ketball 3, 4, Latin CI. 2, French CI. 4, Hi-Y
3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Chap. 4, Natl. Hi-Y Con. 4: H
Y Coun. of the Carolinas 4, Carolinas Hi-Y Co
2, 3, 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Waiter 2, Jr.-E
Figure Comm. 3, 4, Chrmn. Invit. Comm., Mi
F.H.S. Chmn. Pub. Comm. 3, Marshal 3, 1
Morehead Schol. Nom. 4, i'Most Dependable"
BRENDA ANN HILL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Intr. Basketball 4
Intr. Softball 2, F.H.A. 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec.
Pres. 4, Latin Cl. 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 1
Miss F.H.S. Decor. and Solic. Comm., lr.-S
Decor. Comm. 3
CARMEN O. HILL
F.I'I.S. 2, 3, 4, George Wythe H.S. 2, H.l
Treas, 4, French Cl. Sec. 2, F.H.A. 3, Clc
Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3,
MARTHA JEAN HILL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 4, Tri-Hi-Y 21
Glee Club 2, 3, D.E. Cl. 4, Miss F'.H.S. Cong
3, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
NOAH BRIGHT HILL, III
F.H.S. 3, 4, Carolina Military Academy 2, Ba,
ketball 2, Intr. Basketball 2, Intr. Softball 2x
Lib. Assist. 2 ,
KATHERINE MARIE HOGAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Wunburg H.S. 2, G.A.A. 3, Intl
Basketball 3, Intr. Softball 2, Drama Cl. -ll
Spanish Cl. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Miss F.H.3
Cont. 4, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
CAROLE ELAINE HOLLINGSWORTH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 2, G.A.A. 2, Intr. Bas
ketball 2, 3, Intr. Volleyball 2, Intr. Softball 2
Stu. For. 2, Art Cl. 3, Drama Cl. 4, Mixet
Chorus 2, Spanish Cl. 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3, Jrf. Sr. Invit. Comm. J
DAVID MICHAEL HOLMES
F.H.S. 4, Mt. Vemon H.S. 2, 3, Football 2
Drama Cl, 3
DONNA GAYLE HOLMES
F.H.S. 3, 4, 71st H.S. 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Pep Cl.
2, F.H.A. 2, Lib. Assist. 4, Miss 71st H.S
Cont. 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
MARY LOUISE HOLMES
H.S. 2, 3, 43 Future Homemakers, Miss F.H.S. 4
int. 4g Sen. High Singers 3g Mixed Chorns 2
AGNES GENTRY HOOD
ES. 2, 3, 4g French Cl., Bulldog 43 Miss A
.S. Cont., Jr.-Sr. Decorating Comm., 3
GENE LESLIE HORNE
H.S. 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball
, Miss F.H.S. Comm., Jr.-Sr. Comm., 3
LINDA SUE HORNE
H.S. 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 43 F.H.A. 23
. R. Sec. 23 Intr. Basketball 2, 3
LIN DSEY LYTLE HOWELL
H.S. 3, 4g C. A. Johnson H.S. 23 Basketball
CHARLENE ELIZABETH HOYT
H.S. 2, 3, 43 German Cl. 43 H.R. Sec. 23 Del.
Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4
SANDRA, KAY HUFF
rI.S. 3, 43 Killeen H.S. 2, 33 Delegate to Cen-
l Texas S.C. Association, Stu. Co. Rep., 2, 3
X MICHAEL MARION HUGCINS
H.S. 2, 3, 43 Monogram Cl. 4g Football 2, 3, 4g
tn. High Singers 3, 4g Intr. Basketball 3,
KATHRYN AMELIA HULKA
H.S. 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Spanish Cl.
3, 43 Miss F.I-I.S. Dec. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Re-
:shments Comm. 3
STEVEN ARTHUR HURR
H.S. 2, 3, 4g Spanish Cl. 3, 43 Vice Pres., 43
iss F.H.S. Program Comm. 33 Ir.-Sr. Accessory
Emm., 33 Latin Cl, 2g Del. to Stu. Co. Nom.
KEITH FRANK HUTCHINSON
,H.S. 2, 3, 4
SYLVIA KAY HUTCHINSON
-H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.E. Cl. Pres. 43 Treas. of
inth Dis. of D.E. Classes of America, 43 H.R.
Ee.-Treas. 2g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4g Miss F.H.S.
'cket Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm., 3
Smivr Society See 5 Sapiens:
Jlflarryin ' Sam 'L'-lifclzcsj
JUDITH ELIZABETH ILER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Volleyball 2, Library 1
4, Miss F.H.S. Program Comm. 3
JIMMY MONROE INGLE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 2
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Library Cl. 4, Lib. Assist. 3,
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Comm,
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
CYNTHIA LOUISE IULIUCCI
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. V. Pres. 4, Bulldog
Spanish Cl. 2, 3, Drama Cl. 4, Scottish D:
3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H
Dec. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Mix
Chorus 2, Sen. High Singers 3, 4
PATRICIA R. IZQUIERDO
F.H.S. 4, Baumholder H.S. 3, New Dorp H.S. 3,
CLAYTON LAUGHTON JACKSON, JR.
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Clinic 4
CLYDE PATRICK JAMES
F.H.S. 3, 4, Orleans H.S. 2, Wrestling 2
RICHARD CRAIG JERNIGAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2
BEVERLY LYNN JOHNSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 25 Intra. V1
leyball 2, 3, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Jr.-E
Comm. 3, V.O.T. 4
GLENDA FAYE JOHNSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, D.E. Cl. 4, Drama Cl. 4, Tr
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Mis
F.H.S. Entertain. Comm. 3, Del. to Stu. C4
Nom. Con. 2
JEAN GARLAND JOHNSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 3
KENNETH EDGAR JOHNSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Pres. 2, V. Pres. 3
Basketball 2, Intra. Basketball 35 Spanish C
2, Drama Cl. 4
enivrs at Dvgpatch
"Cal gits her man," as Byah Doxey
collars Bobby Vaughn at Sadie Haw-
CAROLYN PATRICIA JONES
Class Sec, 23 H.R. Sec. 2, 33 LaFamac
4g lntr. Basketball 3, 43 Stu. For. 23
Latin Cl. 23 Tri-Hi-Y 33 French Cl. 3,
4g Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Sec. 43 Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 43 Miss F.H.S. Poster
Comm. Chm. 33 Fig. 33 Del. to Stu.
Co. Nom. Con. 2, 33 Miss F.H.S. of
19663 "Most Likely to Succeed"
DEAN IRVIN JONES
F.H.S. 3, 43 Nuremburg H.S. 23 Eisen-
hower H.S. 2g Band 2, 3, 4
J ARVIS DEVERAUX JONES
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Volleyball 23 Golf
2, 33 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Monogram
Cl. 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Ten-
MARY MARCIE JOYNER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Stu. For. 23 Sen. High
Singers, 33 Miss F.H.S. Comm., 3g
F.N.A. 2, 3g Intr. Volleyball 2, 33 Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43 Spanish Cl. 3, 4
JULIE MARIE JUDD
F.H.S. 3, 43 Leavenworth H.S. 2, 33
Latin Cl. 33 Glee Cl. 33 G.A.A. 23
Pep Cl. 23 French Cl. 33 Miss F.H.S.
HAROLD CLAUS JURGENSEN
F.H.S. 3, 43 Nuremburg H.S. 23 Basket-
ball 33 Football 2g World Geography
ROSE LEE JOHNSON
F.l'I.S. 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4
JANE ANN JOHNSTON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Class Sec. 43 H.R. Sec. 2, Treas.
33 Stu. For. 23 Latin Cl. 23 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 43 Miss Tic. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr.
Ref. Comm. Chm. 33 Fig. 3, 43 Marshal 3.
RAYMOND JOHN KANGAS
F.H.A. 43 Heidelberg l'l.S. 2, 3
CELESTE KATHRYN KEARINS
Dec. Comm. 3
F.H.S. 3, 43 Sacred Hearts Academy 23 Intra.
Volleyball 33 F.N.A. 43 Miss F.H.S. 3, 43 Jr.-Sr.
Tri-Hi-Y seniors Kay Lieberman, Ashley Prath4
and Roxanne Hayward become "Ivy-Leaguers" l
MARY JOSEPHINE KELLEHER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-Q Intra. Softball 33 Lafamuc 43
F'.T.A. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 33 NHS F.H.S.
Ticket Comm. 33 Sen. Class Activities Comm. 4 -
ROBERT FULTON KELLY, JR.
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 lntra. Basketball 43 Golf 2, 3, 4:
Lib. Assist. 4
F.H.S. 43 Orleans H.S. 2, 33 Baseball 3, 4
IRENE VAN DEETER KENNEDY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Latin Cl. 3, F.N.A. 3
MARGARET ALICE KENNEDY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 23 F.H.A. 2, 3:
Miss F.H.S. Soliciting Comm. 3.
ROBERT RICHARD KESTNER II
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 intra. Basketball 2, 3g Del. to
Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2, 3g Lib. Assist. 4
Participation - Senior Wrtue
I LYNN KILLAM
LLS. 2, 3, 45 Intra. Basketball 35 Intra. Volley-
ll 35 Bulldog 45 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 45 Miss
I.S. Ticket Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
PAMELIA LEA KIMBALL ,
ES. 3, 45 71st 25 H.R. V. Pres. 25 Intra.
Yketball 25 Intra. Volleyball 35 Pep Cl. 2
rI.S. 2, 3, 45 Intra. Basketball 25 Intra. Volley-
.l 25 G.A.A. 35 Mixed Chorus 25 Miss F.H.S.
nt. 45 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
CONNIE SUE KING
H.S. 2, 3, 45 Art Cl. 35 F.N.A. 3, 45 Stu. For.
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4
CYNTHIA KATRINA KING
?I.S. 3, 45 Tuskegee Institute H.S. 25 Nat.
tn. Soc. 25 F.H.A. 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Drama
2, 3, 45 French Cl. 45 Lib. Assist. 25 Major-
GLENDA GAIL KING
' .S. 2, 3, 45 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intra.
tball 35 F.H.A. 3, 45 F.N.A. 45 Miss F.H.S.
t. 45 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
LOIS CHRISTINE KINGSBURY
H.S. 3, 45 Balboa H.S. 25 Intra. Basketball
45 Intra. Volleyball 35 Stn. Co. Rep. 25
ayton Cl. Treas. 25 F.T.A. 25 F.N.A. 25
orus 25 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
BERNARD ROBERT KINGSLEY
EIS. 2, 3, 45 German Cl. 25 Debate Cl. 25
ss F.H.S. 25 World Peace Speech Winner 3
BRENDA ANN KINLAW
H.S. 2, 3, 45 F.N.A. 35 French 45 Latin Cl. 25
xed Chorus 25 Sen. High Singers 3, 45 Miss
H.S. Ticket Comm. 3
VIRGINIA HARRIETT KINSER
!I'l.S. 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Latin Cl. 35
.A. 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 f
MARVIN ANN KIRKLAND
H.S. 45 Dade H.S. 25 E. E. Smith 35 Intra.
tsketball 2, 35 Intra. Volleyball 35 Drama Cl.
Music Cl. 25-Monogram Cl. 3
RICHARD STEPHEN KNECHT
ELS. 2, 3, 45 German Cl. 35 Del. to Stu. Co.
m. Con. 2
ROBERT EDWARD KNECHT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, German Cl. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,
4, Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3, D.A.R. History
Award 3, 2nd place, N.C. American History Con-
MICHAEL 0'BRIEN KNIGHT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Class Rep. 3, H. R. Pres. 2, 3, 4,
Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Spanish Cl. 3, Stu. For.
4, Drama Cl. 4, Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3,
Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm. 3, Marshal 3, Waiter 2,
"Most Attractive" '
COSTA JOHN LAMPROS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football
2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Monogram Cl. 3, 4
VIRGINIA LUISE LANAM
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Latin Cl. 2, German CI. Treas. 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 2, Miss F.H.S.
Cont. 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr.
Invit. Comm. 3, Senior Class Gift Comm. 4,
RONALD HERALD LANGDON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Wrestling 4
BRUCE GILMORE LAWRIE
F.H.S. 4, Heidelberg H.S. 2, 3, Band 2, Rifle
Cl. 3, Scientific Lit. and Lecture Group 3
SARA ELIZABETH LAWS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 2, Intr. Basketball 2,
3, Intr. Volleyball 2, 3, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4,
Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Lib.
DAVID STEWART LEE
F.H.S. 3, 4, Carolina Military Academy 2, Pho-
tography Cl. 2, Annual Staff 2, Fencing Cl. 2,
Marching Band 2, Concert Band 2, Dance
PATRICIA LYNNE LEPORS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec.-Treas. 4, Lafamac 4,
Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intr. Volleyball 4, Intl'
Softball 3, 4, Miss F .H.S. Cont. 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec.
Comm. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, French Cl. 3, 4,
Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
KATHRYN YOUNG LEWIS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2
MARY ANNE LEWELLING
F.H.S. 4, Robert G. Cole H.S. 3, 4, Spanish Cl.
2, Pep Squad 3, Princess 2
KAREN LYNN LIEBERMAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4, G.A.A.
2, French Cl. V-Pres. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y
4, Mixed Chorus 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss
F.H.S. Comm. 3, -Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
Uma in Wark an
i' Uma' to Relay
.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 2g Wrestling 4g
erman Cl. 3
HAROLD STANLEY LINK, JR.
.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 23 Latin Cl. 2: Ger-
ian Cl. 3, 4g Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4g
irum Major 43 Band Off. Cl. 43 Band Letter
l. 3, 43 Band Service Award 33 Jr.-Sr. Decor.
omm. 33 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2, 3g Nat.
ler. Semi-Fin. 3
RALPH EDMUND LIPSCOMB III
'.H.S. 2, 3, 4-3 H.R. V. Pres. 2g Intra. Basketball
BRENDA GALE LITTLE
.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Volleyball 23 F.N.A. 2, 33
panish Cl. 2, 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 33 Miss
'.H.S. Decor. Comm. 3g Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 3
'.H.S. 43 Balboa H.S. 33 Fort Campbell H.S. 23
ootball 2g Key Cl. 23 Wrestling 3
, JOSEPH RICHARD LOOMIS
'.H.S. 3, 43 Ludwigsburg H.S. 23 Pegasus Bus.
Eau. 23 Band 2, 33 Spanish Cl. 43 Jr.-Sr. Waiter
d Waitress Comm. 3
PATRICK GLEN LOOP
4 Fountain HS 2 Wrestlin 2
Hi-Y 43 Miss F.H.S. Tickets Comm. 3
ANA RUTH LORAN
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
F.H.S. 3, 3 . . 3 g ,
4g Track 3, 43 German Cl. 3, 4g Pres. 33
F.H.S. 3, 43 Balboa H.S. 23 Class Sec. 23
Intra. Basketball 23 Intra. Volleyball 2g
Caught in a precious moment of musical rapture, Faison
Shaw, Pat James, and Mary Nell Saunders. take time out
for a hootenanny.
LINDA LEE LOUNSBERRY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
KARYL MARIE LUCAS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
RICHARD GLEN LUCAS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
ANNE HILLMAN LUPER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, Vice-Pres. 4
French Cl. 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 LaFama
' 4, Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 33 Jr.-S
Comm., Chmn. Figure Comm. 3, Intr. Vo
leyball 43 Nat. Merit Semi-Fin. 4
DUNCAN BETHUNE Mc-BRYDE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 Intr. Vo
leyball 2, 3g Intr. Basketball 2, 35 Del. 1
Stu. Co. Nom. Con.,2
TERRIE LYNN McCAULEY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Art Cl. 4g Spanish Cl. i
43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 43 Library Assist. 4
Intr. Volleyball 4g Intr. Softball 3
1 FRANCES McCORMlCK McCOLL
. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Stu. For. 2, 33 Sec. 23 H.R
Vice-Pres. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres
Dist. Six 43 Library Cl. Pres. 43 Scottisl
Dancers 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Mis:
F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 44 Miss F.H.S. Dec
Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 i
LINDA KAY MCCOLLUM
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, 4:
German Cl. 3, 45 G.A.A 2, 3, 45 Mixec
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Intr
Basketball 2, 3g Intr. Volleyball 2, 3
SHELLY McCORMICK '
F.H.S. 43 71st H.S. 2, 35 H.R. V. Pres. 25
F.F.A. 2, Basketball 25 Baseball 2, 33
Football 2, 3, 43 Intr. Wres. 23 Jr.-Sr. Dec,
On December 4th and January 8th, seniors
come to F.H.S. testing center to take SAT and
Achievement Tests. On one of these days, Mr.
Smith admits Craig Jernigan, Charles Bullard,
Bob White, and Bernard Fineberg.
Seniors Zlzckle Zollege
CARLOS MANUEL McCOY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 23 Football
2, 3, 43 Monogram Cl. 43 Art Cl. 43 Spanish
Cl. 2g Key Cl. 43 Graduation Comm. 4
KATHY ANN McELWAINE
F.H.S. 3, 43 Kaiserslaturn H.S. 2g Civic
Participian Corps 23 Art Cl. 43 Latin Cl.
2, 3, 4
SHIRLEY GAIL McGOUGAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 33 D.E. Cl.
CHARLES LAWRENCE McINNIS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 23 Band 2,
3, 4g Band Off. Cl. 4g Band Letter Cl. 4
PATRICIA ANNE MQKINN EY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Orleans H.S. 33 Class Rep.
23 Class V. Pres. 3, 43 Annual Staff 33
Lnjamuc 43 Latin Cl. Tribune 23 Pep Cl. V.
Pres. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Chaplain 43 Scot-
tish Dan. 2, 3, 43 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 2, 43 Jr.-Sr. Acc. Comm. 33
Stu. Co. Wkshp. 23 Waitress 23 Most Out-
standing Junior Girl 3g "Most Outstanding
.IANEY CAROLE McKNIGHT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Sec. 23 Lajamac 43
Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4g F.T.A. 3, 43 F.N.A. 23
German Cl. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Tickets
Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 33 Nat. Mer.
JAMES MARTIN McLAMB
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4
EVELAN ANN McLAUGHLIN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Sec.-Treas. 3, Treas. 43
Stu. For. 2g Spanish Cl. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
F-N-A 2, 3, 4-3 Sec. 43 F.T.A. 4g Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Ticket
Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 33 Del. to Stu.
Co. Nom. Con. 3
PATRICIA KATHERINE Mr-LAURIN
F.H.S. 3, 43 Central H.S. 23 Latin Cl. 43
SUZAN N E McLEOD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Class Treas. 23 Class V.
Pres. 33 H.R. Pres. 2, V. Pres. 3, Sec. 43
Intra. Softball 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Pres. 43
Miss F .H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Dec.
Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. Co-Chm. 33
Fig. 33 Waitress 23 Assist. Chief Marshal 33
Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 33 Cheerleader
2, 3, 43 Chief .I.V. 2g Assist. Chief 43
CAROLYN SUE MABE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Volleyball 2s F.N.A.
2, 33 Spanish Cl. 2, 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 33
Miss F.H.S. Dec.. Comm. 3g Jr.-Sr. Dec.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT MADDEN
F.H.S. 3, 43 Intra. Football 2, 33 Intra. Bas-
ketball 2, 33 lntra. Baseball 2, 33 Football 4
Zkrm Papers -
DONALD McCLELLAN MANN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. V. Pres. 25 H.R. P1
45 Stu. Forum 3, 45 Football 25 Intr. I
ketball 35 Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con.
Hi-Y 2, Chap. 3, Pres. 45 Miss F.H.S. A
Comm.5 Pres. Hi-Y Dist. Six 45 Chap. H
Interstate 45 N.C. Rep. to Youth C
OSCAR RAYMOND MANNING
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Intr. Basket!
2, 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
GEORGE CHARLES MANUEL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Wrestling
Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Lib. Assist.
Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 35 Jr.-
Decor. Comm. 35 Miss F.H.S. Usher, Lig
Ticket Comm. 3
JOSEPH JOHN MASA
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Ba
25 German Cl. 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm
GEORGE SERGEI MASSENGALE
F.H.S. 45 Poitiers H.S. 2, 35 Golf 2,
Wrestling 25 Soccer 35 Monogram Cl.
Lib. Assist. 35 French Cl. 35 Jr.-Sr. Con
FURMAN WALSH MASSINGALE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Class Pres. 35 H.R. Pi
35 Historian 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, V. Pres. 45 M
shal 35 Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Spanish Cl. 3,
Jr.-Sr. Chm. Steering Comm. 3, Figi
Comm. 35 Escort Comm. 35 State Hi-Y C'
45 Hi-Y Dist. World Serv. Chm. 3, 45 H:
Deleg. to Dist. Meeting 3, 4
SANDRA GAY MASTERS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Band Let
Cl. 45 Deleg. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con.
Drama Cl. 35 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
KATHRYN LUCILLE MATTHEWS
F.H.S. 45 Frankfurt H.S. 2, 35 Drama '
45 G.A.A. V. Pres. 2, 35 Newspaper 25 M
F.H.S. Cont. 5th Runner-up 4
JANET LOUISE MAY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
CHRISTOPHER DAIL MAYS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Deleg. to Stu. 4
Nom. Con. 3
ROBERT WAYNE MEARES
F .H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Basketball 3, 45 Banc
SHARON ANN MEEGAN
F.H.S. 3, 45 Kubasaki H.S. 25 Art Cl. 2,
45 Cheerleader 25 F.N.A. 25 Mixed Ch.
Spanish Cl. 25 Jr.-Sr. Decor. Comm. 35 M
F.H.S. Decor. Comm. 35 Miss F.H.S. Cont
5 Necessary 81fil
During the second semester sen-
iors meet their Waterloo-term
papers. This literary exposition
marks the climax of senior Eng-
lish. Cathy Gates is representative
of the many seniors who seek aid
from the local libraries in re-
CHARLES BOYD MELVIN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intr. Basketball 2, 3g Intr. Vol-
leyball 2, 3
RONALD GREY MELVIN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Basketball 4g Football 2, 3, 43
Tennis 3, 4g Intr. Basketball 2g Monogram Cl.
HOWARD DAVID MENDELSOHN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con.
23 Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4,
Spanish Cl. 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr.
F.H.S. 4g Junction City H.S. 2, 3g Spanish Cl.
JUNE ELIZABETH MILBY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 4g Del to Stu. Co. Nom.
Con. 2g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Art Cl. 45 Drama Cl.
44 French Cl. 45 Latin Cl. 2g Miss F.H.S. Dec.
Comm. 3g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. Dec.
LORRIE JEAN MILLER
F.H.S. 4-g Mt. Vernon M.S. 2, 39
Mrs. McCormick measures Jane Johnston for her cap and gown.
PHILLIP CORBETT MILLER, JR.
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Track 43 Intr. Basketball 33
Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
SHARON DALE MILTON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2,
3g Latin Cl. 33 Library Assistant 4-3, Library Cl.,
Treas. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Miss 'F.H.S. Dec.
Comm. 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. Dec.
VICKY GRIFFIN MIMS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intr. Basketball 2g Miss F.H.S.
Dec. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3g H.R.- Sec.
2g D.E. Cl. 4
JANET MARY MOON
F.H.S. 43 Highland Park H.S., Izmir American
Dependent H.S. 2, 33 Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 33 Chorus
33 Red Cross Cl. 2, 33 Art Cl. 4
MARSHALL RAY MOONEY
F.H.S. 43 Lagan H.S. 2, 3: Jr. Engineers and
Technicians 33 Winner of "Week in Washington"
F.H,S. 3, 43 Fort Campbell 23 Key Cl. 2g Track
43 Wrestling 4
MARTHA CLAIRE MILLER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Bulldog 4g French
Cl. 43 Spanish Cl. 23 Miss F.H.S.
Comm. 3' Mis F.H.S. Cont. 2
F.H.S. 4, Maynard H.S. 2, Ken-
wood H.S., Baltimore 33 Basketball
33 Math Cl. 3
GERALD BRUCE MOORE
H.S. 2, 3, 4, Soph. Class Pres., Stu. Body
reas. 3, H.R. Pres. 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
J-Capt. 4, Key Cl. 2, 3, Monogram Cl. 3, 4,
r.-Sr. Comm. 3, Waiter 2, Stu. Co. Congress
, Chief Marshal 3, "Best All Around"
MICHAEL MAURICE MORGAN
H.S. 3, 4, Leavenworth H.S. 2, Basketball 2,
1 Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Monogram Cl.
3, 4, Most Improved Player
SARAH ELIZABETH MORRIS
H.S. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Miss
,H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
RICHARD FRANCIS MORTON
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. V. Pres. 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4,
Eonogram Cl. 2, 3, 4, Stu. For. 3, German CL
Latin Cl. 2, Band 2, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
MARY WALL MOSLEY
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec.-Treas. 2, F.N.A. 2, 3,
panish Cl. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont.
, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3
VICKI CHERYL MULHOLLAND
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Treas. 2, G.A.A. 2, F.H.A.
. Pres. 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S.
omm. 3, Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
THOMAS BARRY MURPHY
,H.S. 3, 4, Augusta Military Academy 2,
lrestling 4, lntra. Swimming 2, Rifle Team 2,
ifle Drill Team 2
LINDA MARGARET MYATT
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, McClenaghan H.S. 2, Pep Cl.
, Anchor Cl. 2, P.T.S.A. 2, Spanish Cl. 2,
'at. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Clinics
, 3, 4, Band Letter Cl. 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont.
, Nat. Mer. Semi-Fin. 3
SHARON DIANE MYERS
'.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Drama Cl. 4, F.H.A. 4, Miss
-H.S. Cont. 3
THOMAS LORAN MYERS
,H.S. 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Intra. Basketball 2, 3,
I, Drama Cl. 4, Spanish Cl. 2, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
ANNE ELIZABETH NABINGER
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Volleyball 2, Lajamac 4,
'at, Hon. Soc. 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
1, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4, Miss F.H.S. Tic.
omm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm. 3
ELIZABETH KAY NARRON
.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball and Volleyball
, Glee Cl. 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, Library Cl. 4,
ri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss
'.H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Del. to Stu.
o. Nom. Con. 2
GREG SCOTT NEWBOLD
F.H.S. 3, 43 Forrest Sherman 2g Class Sec. I
Football 2g Spanish Cl. 4
CAROLINE ROSALIND NORMAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Sec.-Treas. 3, Treas. 43 St
For. 23 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Sgt. at Arms 43 Mi
F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4g Miss Congeniality 33 Mi
F.H.S. Tickets Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Waiter ar
Waitress Comm. 3g Cheerleader 2, 43 Homecor
ing Queen 19652 "Best Personality"
LARRY BRUCE NUNNERY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
WARREN RONALD O'BRIEN
F.H.S. 4g LaGrange 2, 33 Baseball 4g Football 4
Wrestling 43 Tennis 2, 3g Latin Cl. 2, 33 Scieni
Cl. 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 4
PEGGY JEAN OGBURN
F.H.S. 3, 43 Angier H.S. 23 H.R. V. Pres. 4
F.T.A. 23 F.H.A. Hist. 23 Library Cl. Chap. 4
Library Assist. 4g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43 Mi:
F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
KATHY LORRAINE OJA
Cl. 23 Library Cl. 2
WILLIAM SIDNEY OLIVE
2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 Football 2
PATRICIA ANNE O'NEAL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
DONALD SYLVESTER 0'NEIL
"The illustrious senior class is now dismissed."
Being the first of the three classes to be dis-
missed from assemblies is a privilege relegated
exclusively to seniors.
F.H.S. 3, 43 Novato H.S. 2g German Cl. 2 Pe
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intra. Basketball and Volleyball
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 4g Latin Cl. 2, Stl
Sewers ,Arzsc and Depart
WILLIAM FRANKLIN OWEN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 I-I.R. Pres. 23 lntra. Basketball
2, 3, 43 Intra. Volleyball 2
MAX WAYNE OWENS
F.I'I.S. 2, 3, 43 Frankfurt H.S. 2
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
MARIA LAREMA PARHAM
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.E. Cl. Treas. 43 Miss F.I'I.S.
DOUGLAS RAY PARRISH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Bulldog
43 Latin Cl. 23 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-3 Latin Cl. 23 French Cl. 43 Nat.
I-Ion. Soc. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 33 Miss F.H.S.
Comm. 33 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
MONIQUE MARIE PATTERSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Cl. 23 F.N.A. 2, 33 French
Cl. 3, 4g Pres. 43 'fMost Athletic"
WILLIAM NEAL PATTERSON
F.I-I.S. 2, 3, 4g Intra. Basketball 3, 4-3 Golf 3,
4-3 French Cl. 43 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3
JOHN EDWARD PECHMANN
F.I'I.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4g Latin
Cl. 23 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
GORDON ERVIN PEEBLES, JR.
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-3 H.R. Treas. 43 Intra. Basketball
2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4-3 Monogram
Cl. 3, 4
DONALD LEE PERKINS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 43 Football 23 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 43 Monogram Cl. 43 Sen. High Singers
4-3 Key Cl. 43 Stu. For. 43 Lib. Assist. 2, 3, 43
Miss F.H.S. Announcer 33 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm.
3g Kiwanis Talent Show Fin. 3
JAMES FRANCIS PERKINS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Baseball 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43
Monogram Cl. 3, 4-3 Key Cl. 2, 3, 4
LINDA KAYE PERKINS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Latin Cl. 23 French Cl. Treas.
43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Mis F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43
Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
ROBERT EDWARD PETERS
F.H.S. 3, 43 Glade Valley H.S. 23 Basketball 23
Baseball 23 Intra. Basketball 3, 43 Waiter 2
ANN REBECCA PETERSON
F.H.S. 3, 43 Frankfurt H.S. 23 Intra. Basketball
2g Mixed Chorus 2g German Cl. 2, 43 Lib.
PHILL STANLEY PHARR
F.H.S. 3, 4-3 Knoxville H.S. 2
DONALD GILBERT PHILLIPS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Pres. 2, V. Pres. 33 Football
23 Baseball 43 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Spanish
WILLIE W. PHILLIPS, JR.
F.H.S. 43 H.R. Pres. 2, 33 Sopb. Class Parl.3
Intra. Basketball 2, 4g Intra. Volleyball 2, 33
Soccer 2, 33 Radio Cl. 2, 33 Debating Team 2,
3g Stu. For. 2, 33 Stu. Co. Congress 2, 33 French
Cl. 33 Latin Cl. 33 Drama Cl. 3, 43
MIRIAM ANNE PIERCE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Sec.-Treas. 2, Treas. 3g Stu.
For. 23 Library Cl. V. Pres. 43 Lib. Assist. 43
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33
Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3g Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
JOHN ERNEST PIGOTT
F.H.S. 3, 43 Heidelberg H.S. 2g Band 2, 3, 4
BARBARA JEAN PI'I'I'MAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 2, 33 Intra.
Volleyball 23 Intra. Softball 33 F.H.A. 43 F.N.A.
MADRIS LAYN E PLANK
F.H.S. 4g Lakenheath H.S., England 2, 33 F.N.A.
43 H.R. Rep. 2, 33 Dorm Newspaper 2, 33 Prom.
Comm. 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 43 Senior Class
Play Comm. 4-
ANNE SHARON POHL
F.H.S. 3, 43 Balboa HS. 23 Intra. Basketball
33 Intra. Volleyball 3g Lafnmac Assist. Ed. 43
Latin Cl. 2, 33 F.T.A. 43 Point of View Cl. 23
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
ANN MORRISETTE POLLARD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Sec.-Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3,
Sec. 43 Lafnmac 43 Latin Cl. 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
43 V. Pres. 3, Chap. 33 Scottish DaN. 3, 43
Spanish Cl. 43 Miss F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S.
Dec. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm. Co-Chm.
Dec. Comm. 33 Fig. 33 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom.
But I already have a subscription!" Steve Carrig
n the quiet approach in selling magazines for the senior
, BARRY LEE POTTER
.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. V. Pres. 2, 43 Intra. Basket-
2, 43 Football 23 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Del. to
, Co. Nom. Con. 2, 3
ASHLEY KATHERINE PRATHER
Q.S. 3, 43 71st 23 Class Pres. 23 Annual Staff
Lafamac 43 Beta Cl. 23 German Cl. 33
,Hi-Y 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Sec. 43 Miss F.H.S.
r. Comm. 3g Jr.-Sr. Guests and Hosp. Comm.
VIRGINIA PATSEY PROCTOR
LS. 4g E. E. Smith 2, 33 H.R. Sec. 2, 33
'a. Volleyball and Basketball 2, 33 Creative
S. 3, 4g American Academy, Athens 2, 3g
Forest H.S. 3g Band 2, 33 Majorette 2, 3g
Cl. 23 Drama Cl. 33 Volleyball Team 23
F.H.S. Cont. 4
RALPH ALTON QUATTLEBAUM, JR.
-S. 3, 43 Wilkes Central H.S. 2g Nat. Hon.
. 3, 4
DANIEL QUEEN, JR.
.S. 2, 3, 4g Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4g Latin
Maya im' Drive
EDWARD MARION POSTLETHWAIT
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 lntra. Basketball 2, 3, 43 I
Track 3, 43 Cross Country 43 Miss F.I'I.S.
Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 ,
EVIE ELLEN RANKIN
F.H.S. 2, 43 Pine Forest 3g H.R. Sec. 33
Pifonaca Staff 33 D.E. Cl. 23 Miss Pine
Forest Cont. 3g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
CHARLES DONALD RASBERRY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 43
Intra. Volleyball 2, 33 D.E. Cl. 4
As her books fly into the air and her feet slide I
from under her, Gayle Surles sits reluctantly in the sn'
MARVIN AN DREI RAY
F.H.S. 4g Carolina Military Academy 2, 33 Tr
2, 3g Golf 43 Band 2, 3, 4-3,Band Clinic 2, 3,
I Drama Cl. 2, 33 Spanish Cl. 33 Most Progres
Band Student 33 North Carolina Distinguis
Citizen Award 3
JOHN PHILLIP REA
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Assumption H.S. 23 Baseball
Basketball 23 Football 23 Intra. Basketball 2,
Del. to Stu. Co. Nom, Con. 2, 3
SARAH LOUISE REESE
F.H.S. 43 E. E. Smith 2, 33 H.R. Sec. 23 In
Basketball 23 Intra. Softball 2, 3g lntra. Vol
ball 2, 33 Sen. High Singers3 Modern Da
Group 2, 33 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
ROSE MARIE RHODES
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
THOMAS CLEVELAND RICKETTS III
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2g Football 4g Mt
gram Cl. 3, 4g Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Pres.
Hi-Y 3, 4-3 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Morehead Scl
arship Nominee 43 Nat. Mer. Semi-Fin. 3
JOHN DAVID RIDGEN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4
Snow Dcfcrs School Zum Days
KAREN FRANCES RIGGS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Art Cl. 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 3, Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3,
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
JOE HOWARD ROBERTS III
F.H.S. 3, 4, Kailua H.S. 2
SIDNEY ERNEST ROBERTS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Pres. 2, Intra. Basketball
2, 3, 4
MICHAEL RAY ROGERS
F.H.S. 3, 4, Escambia H.S. 2, Sen. High Singers
2, 3, 4, Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3
MICHAEL LEWIS ROSE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Pres. 3, Intra. Basketball 2,
3, 4, Cross Country 4, Monogram Cl. 4, Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Latin Award 3
MARK ALAN ROSENBERG
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 4, Tennis 2
LOUIE LIVINGSTON ROUSE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Manager 3, Hi-Y
CHARLES VINCENT ROWE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. V. Pres. 2, Intra. Basket-
ball 2, Football 2, Track 2, Spanish Cl. 3
DONALD BARNARD RUSS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Pres. 4, Track 2, 3, 4,
Monogram Cl. 2, 3, 4, Latin Cl. 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Stu. For. 2, 4, Sec.
PATRICIA ANN RUSS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, F.H.A. 4, Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Off. Cl. 3, 4,
Band Clinics 3, 4
SHARON JEAN SALYER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball and Volleyball
2, 3, Sanish Cl. 2, 3, D.E. Cl. 3, 4, Art. CI. 4,
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3
Seniors l6c'l1uf II1 Style
SANDRA LEE SANDERS
F.H.S. 3, 4, Westminster H.S. 2, 3, Intra. Basket-
ball and Volleyball 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, Diving
3: F.H.A. 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Glee Cl. 2, Sen. High
Singers 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4
LEON JAMES SANDLIN, JR.
F .H.S. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4,
H.R. Pres. 2, Monogram Cl. 4, Del. to Stu. Co.
Nom. Con. 2, 3
MARY NELL SAUNDERS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2,
Sen. High Singers 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec.
2, Treas. 3, Hist. 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4,
Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Del. to Stu. Com. Nom.
IRIS RAE SAVILLE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 2, Art Cl. 3, 4, Drama
Cl. 2, 3
JOHN DOUGLAS SCHROER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Latin Cl. 2, Spanish Cl. 4
.I ULIANA SCIOLLA
F.H.S 3, 4, Vicenza H.S. 2, H.R. V. Pres. 4,
Lafamac Editor 4, Intra. Basketball, Volleyball,
Softball 2, 3, Pep Cl. 2, Italian Cl. V. Pres. 2,
Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, State Sec. 4, Del. to N.C.
Hon. Soc. Con. 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Miss F.H.S.
Cont. 4, Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr.
Dec. Comm. 3, Figure 3, .I.V. Cheerleader, Capt.
2, Scholastic Award 2, Italian Cl. Award 2
ARTHUR PETER SCOTT
F.H.S. 3, 4, Roman Catholic H.S. 2, 4, Track
4, Band 2, 4
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 2, Football 2
MARGARET ELIZABETH SEBRING
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, V. Pres.
3, Mixed Chorus 2, Sen. High Singers 3, 4:
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss
F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Del.
to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
ROBERT MICHAEL SECREST
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Ludwigsburg H.S. 2, Intra. Bas-
ketball 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Band 2
EDNA HELEN SEMPLE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 2, Miss F.H.S.
Cont. 2, 3, Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm.
PAUL FREDERICK SEVERS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Band Letter 3
RUTH FAISON SHAW
F.H.S. 2, 3, 49 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4-3
Bulldog 4g Spanish Cl. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
Parl. 4: Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3,
Jr.-Sr. Guests and Hospitality Comm. 3
ALEXANDER ANDREW SHEPKO
F.H.S. 3, 43 Morrison Academy 2g Soc-
cer 2g Merit Award In Science 2
BRENDA CHRISTINE SHERMAN
F.H.S. 3, 4g 71st 25 Pep Cl. 2g "Falcon
Features" 25 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3g Miss 71st
Cont. 29 Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3g Jr.-Sr. Dec.
Comm. 3g Scottish Dan. 3 Lib. Assist. 2
SANDY LOUISE SHOEMAKER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. V. Pres. 2, Treas. 3,
Sec.-Treas. 45 French Cl. 4, Miss F.H.S.
Cont. 2, 33 Miss F.H.S. Soliciting Comm. 33
Jr.-Sr. Guests and Invit. Comm. 3, Del. to
Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
HARMON CARROLL SHOLAR
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intra. Basketball 2, 3
CAROL ANN SHORT
F.H.S. 2, 3 ,4g H.R. Pres. 2, lntra. Basket-
ball 2g Stu. For. 2, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4g
Miss F.H.S. Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33
Cheerleader 23 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con.
LINDA JEAN SHOUPE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 D.E. Cl. 4
ALLEN WAYNE SIMPSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Pres. 2, lntra. Basket-
ball 2g lntra. Baseball 3
JAMES WILLARD SLAPPEY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-g Intra. Basketball 2, 3g Intra.
Volleyball 23 Library Cl. 43 Library Assist.
Connie King, Dick Soffe,
Fran McColl, Pete Lipscomb,
Paula Watts, and Ronald
Toomey enjoy a pizza after
a hard day at school.
CAROLYN JEAN SMITH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Spanish Cl. 33 F.N.A. 43 Library
Cl. 3, 45 Lib. Assist. 2, 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35
Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2 '
DANIEL GUNTER SMITH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Pres. 3: Latin Cl. 25 Stu.
For. 33 French Cl. 4: Del. to Stu. Co. Nom.
Con. 2, 3
EDWARD EUGENE SMITH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
FLOYD LEE SMITH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
HOWARD LELAND SMITH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Monogram Cl.
IRIS DELAINE SMITH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-5 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3
JANET LUCILLE SMITH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Latin Cl. 23 Art. Cl. 35 F.N.A.
43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 35 Miss F.H.S. Enter.
Comm. 3: Jr.-Sr. Invit. Comm. 3
LARRY VESTAL SN IDER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Marshal 3
JOHN DIXON SOFFE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 33 Golf 2, 3, 4.7
Spanish Cl. 4-
GENE RAYMOND SPARKS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Cl. 25 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
SANDRA MARIE SPRADLEY
F.H.S. 43 Notre Dame H.S. 2, 3s Stu. Co. V.
Pres. 3: Summit Staff 2, 35 Library Cl. Pres. 2g
Drama Cl. 2, 33 Science Society 2, 3: Mary-
echoes 25 Art Cl. 43 Youth Council on Civic Af-
fairs 3g "Feedback" 2, 3
DOROTHY DAWSON SPRUILL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. 2, 3, Miss F.H.S.
Dec. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
Shannon Scruggs and Craig Scott Conway, graduates of '78,
e class of '66 as mascots.
CHARLES CRAIG STARKS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Audio Visual Cl.
WALTER DAVID STANFIELD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Intra.
Basketball 2, 33 Bulldog 4
RICHARD HENRY ST. DENIS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Basketball 23 H.R. Pres. 43
Latin Cl. 23 Monogram Cl. 3, 43 Nat. Hon. Soc.
3, 43 Key Cl. 3, 43 Board of Directors 43 Stu.
For. 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Cross Country Co-Capt.
43 Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Award 3
SCHEHERAZADE MARIE STOECKLEY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intra. Volleyball 23 Latin Cl. 33
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3
CURTIS RAY STRICKLAND
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Intra. Basketball 2
MARILYN LOIS STRICKLAND
F.H.S. 3, 43 Sandia H.S. 2g H.R. Sec. 43 Intra.
Basketball and Volleyball 33 F.T.A. 43 Miss
F.H.S. Cont. 3
STEVEN PATRICK SULLINS
F.H.S. 3, 43 Kubasaki H.S. 23 Football 2, 43
Wrestling 4g Spanish Cl. 2
GAYLE OGBURN SURLES
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 23 Lafamac 43 Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Spanish Cl. 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont.
3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Invit.
Comm. 33 Del. to Stu. Co, Nom. Con. .2, 33 DAR
Good Citizen Award 3
Smmrs Parfzczpuic Ill Nominating 60mfc14fi014
Home 127 brightens up Student Council Nominating Convention with demonstrations of frantic antics.
.IOANNA ELIZABETH SUTTON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Junior Class Rep.3 H.R. Sec. 3
Lafamac 43 Latin Cl. 23 Stu. For. 2g Tri-Hi-I
2, 3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 43 Miss F.H.f
Tic. Comm. Chm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Steering Comm
Waiter and Waitress Comm. Chm, 3g Cheerleade
3, 43 Head 43 "Most School Spirit"
SALLIE RUTH SWAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm.
ERNEST CLAUDE SYKES, JR.
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intra. Basketball 2, 33 Footha
23 Track 43 Mixed Chorus 2g Sen. High Singe3
CAROLAN MARIE TALLERDAY
F.H.S. 43 Paris HS. 2, 33 Pep Cl. 23 Stu. C
23 F.H.A. 23 Madrigals 2, 33 C.A.A. 2, 3g Se,
High Singers 4g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4g Madrig,
WILLIAM VICTOR TALLEY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Basketball 23 Track 23 Golf
43 Football 2, 3, 43 lntra. Basketball 2, 33 Mon
gram Cl. 43 Jr.-Sr. Waiter and Waitress Comi
33 Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2
ROBERT TAYLOR TALLY
FHS. 2, 3, 43 Stu, Body Pres. 4g H.R. Treas.
V. Pres. 33 Golf 23 Intra. Basketball 2, .
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Pres. 33 Parl. 43 Nat. Hon. Sc
3, 43 Miss F.H.S. Tic. Comm., Dec. Comm., A
nouncer 3, Escort 43 Jr.-Sr. Steering Comr
Prog. Comm. Chm. 33 Fig. 3, 43 Marshal
Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2g Stu. Co. Congrf
and Workshop 4g "Most Outstanding Citizen"
DAVID EARL TART
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Treas. 3, Intr. Bas-
ketball 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Letter Cl. 4,
french Cl. 4, Latin Cl. 2, Office Assistant
ROSITA MARIE TART
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Softball 3, Future
Nurses 3, Latin Cl. 23 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2
JULIA CHRISTINE TATE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Del. to D.E. Con. 4, D.E. Cl.
4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, G.A.A. 3, Miss
F.H.S. Cont: 2, 3, 4, Senior High Singers
LINDA CATHERINE TAYLOR
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Officers
Cl. 4, Band Clinics 2, 3, 4, Assistant Head
Majorette 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4,
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
SHARON AMANDA TAYLOR
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
SHARON OLIVIA TAYLOR
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Softball 3, Miss F.H.S.
Cont. 3, 4
ROBERT GORDON THARP
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, H.R. Vice Pres. 4? Golf
Team 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 2, 3, Track
4, Wrestling 4, Cross Country 4, Mono-
gram Cl. 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, Miss
F.H.S. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
PAUL WAYNE THOMAS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
HELEN DONNELL THOMPSON
F.H.S. 2, 3 ,4, French Cl. 4
JAMES ROBERT THOMPSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 2, Intr. Vol-
leyball 2, Debate Cl. 2, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm.
IRIS MARILYN THORNTON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Con.
3, LaFamac Staff 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Sen-
ior High Singers 3, French Cl. 4, Tri-Hi-Y
3, 4, Chaplain 2, Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm.
3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
MARY ELIZABETH THORNTON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Antilles H.S. 2, H.R. Treas.
4, Lulfamac Staff 4, Library-Cl. 2, Cirl's
Chorus, Sec.-Treas. 2, Future Teachers 3,
Parliamentariun 4, Spanish Cl. 3, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Miss F.H.S. Tickets
Comm. 3, National Merit Semi-Finalist 4,
" use llpon ,4 ,flftaftressj
ROSEMARIE ELFRIEDE TINDALL
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Basketball5 D.E. Cl. 4
Future Nurses 35 German Cl., Vice Pres. E
Latin Cl. 25 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
RONALD LEE TOOMEY
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Stu. Forum 25 Intr. Basketha
2, 35 Art Cl. 3, 4
F.H.S. 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Glee Cl. 3, 4
FRANCES ANN TRUELOVE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Basketball 2, 35 Intr. V1
leyball 2, 35 Intr. Softball 25 Miss F.H.S. Coml
35 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
WAYNE ARTHUR TRYON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Kubasaki American H.S. 25 Lett
of Commendation on National Merit Test 4
GLENN EDWARD TURNER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Art Cl. 3, 45 Drama Cl. 4
JOHN GRANVILLE TU'I'I'LE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Band Officers I
45 Band Clinics 25 Band Letter Cl. 45 Lat
CARTER L TWINE
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 25 Miss F.H.
HAROLD ANTON VANHOUT
F .H.S. 3, 45 Immaculata H.S. 3
ROBERT MAURICE VAUGHN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Pres. 2, 3, 45 Student F
rum 3, 45 Intr. Basketball 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 1
Powderpuff King 4
CYNTHIA CAROL VICK
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Vice Pres. 2, 35 Jr Cla
Treas. 35 Sr. Class Rep. 45 Student Co. Congre
35 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Marshal 35 Tri-Hi-Y
45 Miss F.H.S. Stage Dec. Comm. 35 Miss F.H.
Cont. 2, 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Hall Dec. Comm., Chairm
35 Figure 35 "Most Courteousn
RICHARD DANIEL VITOLO
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Intr. Basketball 3
Michelle Wysocki, Jan Donneson, Mad-
ris Plankj Byah Doxey, Jerry Heath
Tom Rickets, and Shila Elfmon-mem-
bers of the senior class play commit-
tee-discuss plans with Mrs. Baldwin,
the faculty advisor.
JUDY LYNN WADE
2 3, 43 Intr. Basketball and Volleyball
Mixed Chorcs 25 Sen. High Singers 3, 45
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4 FNA 4 Miss FHS Con
Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 3
2 3 4 HR Sec 4 Stu For 2g Band
4 Band Letter Cl 4 Band Clinic 43 Nat
Soc. 3, 4, Treas. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Pres. 43
ac 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 43 Miss F.H.S
m Comm. Chm. 3: Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3g
o Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 25 "Most Talented'
ROBBIE ELIZABETH WAGES
L . . .
FRANCES DEW WALKER
A ALLENE WARREN
2 3, 43 Intr. Basketball and Volleyball
Drama Cl. 4: Miss F.H.S. Cont. 43 Miss
Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Del. to Stu.
om Con. 2, 3
MAVIS CAROLYN WARREN
3 45 Central H.S., Kings Point 2
JOHN DAVID WATSON
2 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 3, 43 Football 2
PAULA DIANE WATTS
2 3, 44 H.R. Sec.-Treas. 23 Miss F.H.S.
Comm. 39 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3g Del. to
0 Nom. Con. 2
DENNIS CARL WEELDREYER
2 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 3, 43 Baseball
JOHN DANIEL WEKLUK
Four seniors and
two juniors partici-
pated in this year's
Peace Speaking Con-
test. The seniors
who spoke on the
U. N. included stu-
dent body president
Bob Tally fpictured
rightl, Michelle Wy-
socki Cpictured leftb,
Don Mann, and
Doug Dibbert. The
purpose of the con-
test, which is held
each year, is to pro-
mote an interest,
through a study of
the history and
functions of the
United Nations, in
of "peace in our
Kelly Wins .
PATRICIA ANNE WELCH
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Intr. Basketball 24 Intr. Voll
ball 25 Drama Cl. 33 Spanish Cl. 23 Miss F.H
Cont. 4-g Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 35 Jr.-
ALTON JAMES WEST
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 David Hills 2g Del. to Stu. 4
Nom. Con. 2g Intr. Basketball 2, 3, 43 lr
Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES DOUGLAS WEST
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4-g Intr. Basketball 4
EMMA JOYCE WEST
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 lntr. Volleyball 2g D.E, Cl.
F.H.A. 2, 4
RAYMOND DON WHALEY
F.H.S. 4-g Goldsboro H.S. 2, 3g H.R. Pres.
33 S.A. Rep. 2, 3g Band 2, 3g Band Letter Cl
BETTY LYNN WHEELESS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Intr. Basketball 2, 33 Intr. Voll
ball 2, 3g Drama, Cl. 4, F.N.A., Treas. 33 Tri-Hi
2g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
fence' Spanking Em est
CORA CORNELIA WHITAKER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Vice Pres. 2g H.R.
Sec.-Treas. '33 H.R. Treas. 43 Del. to Stu.
Co. Nom. Con. 23 Cheerleader 23 Alt. Cheer-
leader 43 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 43 Miss F.H.S.
Comm. 3g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3
TRESA BARBEE WIELAND
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Pres. 23 H.R. Vice Pres.
33 Del. To Stu. Co. Nom. Con. 2, 3g Spanish
Cl. 23 Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3
CHARLES WALKER WILKINS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Golf 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basket-
ball 3, 43 Cross Country 43 Monogram Cl.
2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Del. to Conf: of the Caro-
linas Con. 43 Hi-Y Exec. 'Board 4g Miss
F.H.S. Tickets Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Program
Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Figure 3
CAROL LEIGH WILLIAMS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Treas. 23 Del. to Stu.
Co. Nom. Cont 23 National Honor Soc. 43
F.H.A. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 43 Latin Cl.
23 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3
DELMEN PHILIP WILLIAMS
F.H.S. 3, 43 Baker H.S. 2
GEORGE VERDELL WILLIAMS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Karlsruhe H.S.3 Frankfurt
H.S.3 German Cl. 23 National Merit Semi-
JANET ANITA WILLIAMS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 33 Intr. Vol-
leyball 33 Latin Cl. 2g Miss F.H.S. Cont. 33
Miss F.H.S. Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3g Jr.-
Sr. Figure 3
RONALD LEE WILLIAMS
F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 H.R. Vice Pres. 43 Football
2, 3, 43 Intr. Basketball 3g Track 3, 4g
Monogram Cl. 3, 43 Hi-Y 2g Jr.-Sr. Dec.
WINTFORD NORRIS WILLIAMS, JR.
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g Frankfurt H.S. 23 Band 2,
33 D.E. Cl. 4
DUNCAN VANN WILLIFORD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Pres. 23 H.R. Vice
Pres. 33 Student Council Parliamentarian 43
Marshal 3g Basketball 2, 3, Co. Capt. 43
Monogram Cl. 3, 4-3 Key Cl. 3, V. Pres. 43
Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Ir.-Sr. Figure 3
MARGARET ANNE WILLMANN
F.H.S. 3, 43 Mount Airy H.S. 23 Nat. Hon.
Soc. 3, 43 Governor's School Finalist 3g
2nd place winner of Science Fair 2g Honor
FREDERICK B. WILMSHURST, JR.
F.H.S. 43 Frankfurt H.S.3 Eagles Echo Staff
3g German Cl. 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 33 House
of Representatives 2, 3
SUSAN PESCHAU WILSON
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-g French Cl. 4, F.T.A.
Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 45 Miss F.H.S. Com
3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Del. to Stu. Co. Nc
CHARLES RICHARD WISHAM
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
JAMES KENDALL WISHAM
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4
LILLI ANN WOELFER
F.H.S. 45 Fort Knox H.S. 2, 33 French
3, Knox Association of Pep Activities
3g Art III Award 3
BONNIE SUE WOMBLE
F .H.S. 2, 3, 4
JOHN ANTHONY WOODYARD
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: lr.-Sr. Comm. 3g Lib. Assig
MARTHA LOU WOOTEN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Sop. Class V. Pres., St
Body Sec. 39 Stu. Body V. Pres. 4, H.f
Sec. 2, 3, Latin Cl. Sec. 2, Nat. Hon. Sc
3, 4, Scottish Dan. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 1
Stu. For. Pres. 4, Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2,
43 Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Stee
ing Comm., Chm. King and Queen Corfu
3, Stu. Co. Congress 3, Waitress 2, Ma
shal 3 N
CLAUDIA MICHELLE WYSOCKI
F.H.S. 3, 45 Highland I-I.S. 2g 1'I.R. '
Pres. 4, Band 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 4g Hes
Majorette 4, Band Clinics 2, Miss F.H.
Cont. 3, 4, 3rd Runner-up 4-Q Sr. Plz
WILLIAM JOHN YAGER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4g H.R. Pres. 3, 43 Intra. BJ
kethall 33 Stu. For. 3, 4, Key Cl. 4g Jr.-S
Clean-up Comm. 3 ,
FRED THOMAS ZAHRAN
F.H.S. 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 43 Band Letter Cl.
F.H.S. 4, Central H.S., London, England
Park H.S., St. Paul Park, Minn. 3g Chort
29 Music Appreciation 2g Miss F.H.S. Con
KATHLEEN ELLEN ZERCHER
F.H.S. 2, 3, 4-g H.R. Sec.-Treas. 4-g Spanis
Cl. 2, Drama Cl. 35 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,
yum' 2, I 966
That season of misty eyes and hearts reluctant to part with the Moore and Kathy Matthews are a part of some five hundred seniors
Ima mater" is indicative of the advent of graduation. Bruce who receive a diploma in 1966.
I 966 Sen br Superlafivc
During the fall of the senior year, the senior class
nominates certain of its members for a general election
of SENIOR CLASS SUPERLATIVES. These names are
submitted on write-in nominee ballots to the student
council for counting. The three boys and the three girls
for each superlative with the greatest number of votes
are placed on a ballot that is distributed to all senior
homerooms. Each senior votes for the one person he
thinks to be the best choice for each boy and girl super-
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lative. All completed ballots are collected and counted by
the student council. The cases in which one person is
voted for more than one superlative, he is elected to the
one honor for which he received the most votes. At the
annual Sadie Hawkins Dance in November, the results
of the superlative elections are announced. Selection of
those to be honored is based upon meritorious service
to school and community, according to the superlative
honor to be bestowed.
To qualify for this superlatii
honor, one must have participatn
in quite a wide range of activitit
during three years of high schoc
and must exhibit a good many t
the qualities of the other superl'
tives, especially those of gon:
citizenship, school spirit, courtes
pleasing personality, and depeni
ability. Suzanne McLeod and Brut
Moore are a fitting couple fn
this honor. l
As a start. Bruce served in tli
capacity of sophomore class pres
dent. In his junior year, he wa
chief marshal, a most dependabl
student council treasurer, and a
active basketball player, such thai
in his senior year he was chose:
co-captain of the basketball tearr
He has maintained a steady job a
Belk-Hensdale in Fayetteville ant
intends to apply a part of hi
earnings to his college education
Suzanne began high school aa
sophomore class treasurer. When
she became a junior, she wa:
chosen to be assistant chief mar
shal and a cheerleader. Again ir
her senior year, Suzanne wore tht
blue and white uniform of the
cheerleader and was elected presi-
dent of the Tri-Hi-Y.
"Neither snow, nor rain, nor
heat, nor gloom of night stays
these couriers from the swift
completion of their appointed
No two students in the sen-
ior class are more deserving
of this superlative honor than
Linda Blue and Cary Hens-
chen. A conscientious student,
Linda Blue has also served in
such extracurricular duties as
co-chairman of the powder
puff football game, and has
contributed much active time
to the Rainbow Girls. Besides
being an energetic member Of
the Tri-Hi-Y, she has per-
formed her duties as a de-
pendable library assistant ef-
Having served as an officer
of his class each year since
his freshman year, Gary is
the exemplar of dependability.
He has very ably filled the
capacity of both secretary and
vice-president of the Hi-Y,
Marshal, homeroom president,
and waiter for the junior-
senior. He has maintained an
active role in his church's
youth council and in the Na-
tional Honor Society.
As outstanding citizens, Patty McKir
and Bob Tally have been very active in l
school and community. Bob has demonstrz
his leadership abilities as president of
Hi-Y in his junior year and President
the student body in his senior year. M
head Scholarship Nomination and first pl
in the World Peace Speaking Contest
but a few honors reflecting his citizensl
Patty has participated in several fund rais
projects for medical research drives. In
capacity of vice-president of the senior cle
she has been an active member of the s
dent council. As secretary of the Fayettev
Junior Garden Club and president of
youth fellowship of her church, she has
flected the attributes of an outstanding c
In victory or defeat, Joanna Sutton. and Mike Bobbitt are always
ready to stand up for the Bulldogs. Pep rallies would not be the
same without the optimistic contributions of chief cheerleader
Joanna and football co-captain Mike.
Personality characteristics differ with individuals. Friend-
liness, chami, and wit have won for Caroline Norman and
Mike Bell the title of "Best Personality." For these same
qualities Caroline was voted "Miss Congeniality" of the
Miss F.H.S. Contest in her junior year.
Robbie Wages and Yoshi Crousen are not only
talented but they also serve with their talents. Robbie,
being musical, plays the piano and organ for a small
church, plays the flute for the school hand, and plays
the ukelele mainly for her own enjoyment. Yoshi, being
an artist, is responsible for the cover of this year's
Buzz Book and many of the pictures seen in lobby
bulletin boards. As a junior, he contributed many
murals for prom decorations.
Attractiveness entails a
great deal more than just
being pretty or handsome. A
person must also consider
charm, Poise, and neatness.
The Senior class feels that all
of the qualities are exempli-
fied in Peggy Faircloth and
Cynthia Vick and Johnny Autry have been
selected as the most courteous seniors. Both are
admired for their hood manners and are well-
liked for their thoughtfulness.
If everyone were as athletic as Monique Patterson and
Roger Gann, there would be no need for physical fitness
programs. Monique's favorite sport, parachuting, is an
unusual one. Besides this, Monique enjoys swimming all
year round. With football in hand, Roger has made his
way to an athletic scholarship with the University of Ken-
tucky. In high school games he scored twenty-four touch-
downs for the Bulldogs this year.
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JUNIOR HOMEROOM VICE-PRESIDENTS: Ernie Milloy, Roger Powell, Susan Braswell,
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Dave plank Williford, Nancy Waple, Robin Jones, Suzie Martin, Emma Brooks, Douglass Rankin, Sally Tlioma
son, Mary Loomis, Pridic Clark, Louise Garrison, and Becky Anderson.
1, JUNIOR HOMEROOM TREASURERS: Sally Thomason, Gayle Robinson
df r Q Janet Hoffman, Douglass Rankin, Vicki Williford, David Callaway, Robin
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Kenny Rutledge, Mike Bullock, Mike West, Mike Rea, Clyde Dominey.
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM VICE-PRESIDENTS: Cathy Peoples, Lynne Byrd, Suzanne Zahran, Sharon Dorsey, Beth Cook, Linda Gil
Lucy Overton, Linda Glass, Ann Rosser, Steve Homan, Bruce Munns, Ricky Knott, Richard West, Bobby McAlpin, Jud Skarzenski, C
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Firs'I'-Ciiizens Banl: Bldg. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
phone 4834623 SALES sf APPRAISALS
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Chris Mays and Pridie Clark admire fhis new Corvair at M 81 O Clwevrolef. 273
FOR HAPPY HEATING
Aslc Aboul' Our Welch Dog Service
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Dial 483- I 306
D. K. TAYLOR OIL COMPANY
zoz CUMBERLAND sr. - FAYETTEVILLE. N.
45 Aurnv Mo1oRs,lNc.
E 431 W. Russell Slree
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JAMES H. CRUICKSHANK
Ll. Col. Rel.
Office 484-I I 7 I-Home 485-7443
CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
2504 Raeford Road
FAYETTEVILLE. N. C.
M iam Pierce helps Ken? Doxey find a coal Io malch her lovely
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Fayetteville, N. C. H!
ROME'S JEWELERS. INC.
2" HAY STREET zls TALLYWOOD
483-5 I 74 485-4 I 89
FAYETTEVILLE BEAUTY COLLEGE
0l8 Fori' Bragg Road HU 4,7I9I
Many of our greduales are secure In professional posifions as salon owners, sfylisfs. Znsfruclors.
in beaufy schools, and in The many olher phases of Ihe broad world of Cosmelology. Why noi visil
us for Ihe infervlew Ihaf has guided so many other young people Io a successful and saiisfying career.
PHILLIPS LOAN OFFICE DUNCANIS ATLANTIC
Money 'Io Loan on Anyihing of Value" "TOP OF THE Hll-l-H
Market Square I208 FI. Bragg Road
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Remember: Aflanfic Keeps Your Car on 'Ihe Go
COMMERCIAL 81 INDUSTRIAL BANK
Cumberland CounIy's Only Home Owned Bank
TWO BIG STORES TO SERVE
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Shopping Cen+er-Raeford Rd.
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GEORGE PURVIS MOTORS
539 Bragg Blvd.
Faye'Heville. N. C. 485-3I8l
Cyclone GT Convertible
Cyclone GT Hardtop
Laundry Dry Cleaning Fur Sforage
5I2 Wesi Russell S+. Dial 485-II46
Fayefleville, N. C.
3I4I Raeford Road
VEMCO MUSIC CO., INC.
534 Hay Sireef
Fayeifeville N. C.
Road Service HU 4-5358
3026 Bragg Blvd.
"" ' Fayefieville, Norili Carolina
WILLIAMS OFFICE SUPPLY
Mary Nell Saunders and Peggy Faircloih fhink how handy Ihis
liHIe machine would be when Ihose 'rerm papers are due.
POWERS-SWAIN. CHEVROLET, INC.
Bennie McKinney is shown a snow-covered Corvair from Powers-
TODD'S TIRE SERVICE
444 W. Russell Sf.
FayeI'I'evIIIe. N. C.
PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO
J. HARVEY OLIVER. JR., C.L.U.,
A. C. PARKER. C.L.U.
Insurance Building. I333 Morganfon Rd.
DIXIE COAL 81 OIL COMPANY
40I W. Russell S+.
CAPE FEAR DRUG CO.
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
263: aurora Ra.
Highland Shopping Cenfer
484-0 I 7 I
Jane Johnsfon-receives some helpful hIn+s on home dec I g
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TAYLOR'S FLORIST AND GIFTS
"Flowers Taylored By Taylor's"
Free Delivery Service
60l Ramsey Sfreei' Dial 483-4Il7
Home of Musiang a Fairlane GTIS' Randy Boone, star of The Virginian, likes +l'1e acfion in LaFaye+fe's M i q
I35 Robeson Si. Spring Lalre
gg Leon Suanus
Helen Paul assisls Tisha Welsh and Virginia Lanam in selecling Slcip Ford and Larry Snider find if hard Io choose among Ihe
new winfer coal. many delighllul swealers shown by Gary Pendleion ai Leon
TWEEDS 'N THINGS MEN'S SHOP
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Member, Soufhern Life Hall of Fame
K. Adrian Williams, General Agenl'
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN
King Shopping Cenler
Fayeffeville, N. C.
Bus. HU 4-5265
QD GENES CLEANERS
SALON GENE VERNE, owner
Thursday Evening by Appoinfmenl
Personalized Hair Sfyling
Air Condifioned Dryers
280 I24I FT. BRAGG RD. FAYETTEVILLE
Highland Shopping Cenfer
Phone HU 4-846I
G RE E NWAY'S
Complimen'I's of I
OIL COMPANY, INC.
"Shell Peiroleum ProclucIs" , ,
P.O. Box 590
708 S. Winslow SI.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. I Y
CROSS CREEK SAVINGS AND LOAN'S
NEW VILLAGE DRIVE BRANCH OFFICE
Your Besi Lisiening Always 53, W. Russell S+.
W F A I 485-2765
I230 On Your Dial CBS Radio
2II Rowan S+. Ph: 483-I40I 0 Developers of Vansiory Hills and College Lakes
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Remember J.C. PENNEY CO.
BLAKE Corner of Hay and PiH'man
FLORIST In Downiown FayeH'eviIIe
'For All Occasions
Prince Charles Hofel Building
Day Phone 483-4I97
Nighl' Phone 484-0220
ALLIGOOD'S SERVICE STATION
H14 Hay sneer lii
Bei' Miller and Marfha Talley ause before fha b Ill
sorfmenf of ladies' blouses af Penney's.
QUINN a MILLER co.
"Furni+ure of QuaIi+y"
2807 Forl' Bragg Rd.
Effe I FAYETTEVILLE. N. C.
Telephone: 485-4 I 87
90I Bragg Blvd.
Vincent McBryde encourages Cornelia Whiiaker io buy Ihis lovely
"WE SPECIALIZE IN EVENING DRESSES
AND FORMAL WEAR"
Phone: 483-8609 I333 Ramsey S+.
INSURANCE AND REALTY CORP
MARKHAM DRUG COMPANY i
II4 Rowan Sf.
"Large enough To serve you,
ye? small enough To know you"
405 Hay S+reei
David Mendelsohn eagerly prepares io 'fake This American beaufy
'for a fest drive.
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484-I I76 A
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FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCES Q
2805 Bragg Boulevard Dial 484-blsl
F 'H 'I , N. C.
aye me P-O. Box BIOS FAYETTEVILLE. N. c.
Complimenfs of -
WHEATLEY MOTORS. INC.
6400 Bragg Blvd.
484-H66 DAIRY PRODUCTS
SEALTEST HIGHLAND DAIRY
WORTH BUSINESS COLLEGE
Sfenog ra phic
Selly Thomason and David Tar? learn 'ro operafe one of 'the many nnirncafe busnness machmes af
Worfh Business College.
JOHNSON COTTON COMPANY
3 FLOOR COVERINGS
FayeHeviIIe NOI'I'I'l Carolina
CAROLINA MOBILE HOMES
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Published daily and Sunday from a modem
planf, designed and equipped +o beH'er serve Fay- g
eHeville and a large par? of Soufheasfern Norfh
Carolina. The plan+ confains everyfhing needed +o
more 'rhan mee+ 'rhe demands of Today and 'the .
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challenge of Tomorrow. J C9
To produce a be'H'er produc'l' and To offer bei-l'er
service To i'rs readers and advertisers is The consiani' . .
goal of +his progressive newspaper 7
f l T THE FAYETTEVILLE
148 YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE
YOUR LAFAMAC STAFF PHQTQGRAPHERS
TOWN 'N COUNTRY STUDIO
KING SHOPPING CENTER
HU 4-3074 or HU 4-7373
Two Award Winning
JIM LIPSCOMB PAUL WILLIAMS
SERVING THE CAROLINAS
II'illz Complclc Brokerage Facilities
amucn omesi I -
CHARLOTTE, N.C. '
HIGH POINT, N.C.
MYRTLE BEACH, Sf.
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PoWel1,K1st1er 85 Co.
MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 81
AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
26I4 Raeford Road
I20I HAY STREET
C. A. "JACK" JORDAN FAYETTEVILLE. N. C
One of fhe Qualify CusIom Kifchens of CAPE FEAR SUPPLY COMPANY
WHATEVER YOUR TASTES OR BUDGET, CAPE FEAR TAKES CARE
OF ALL THE DETAILS FROM PLANS TO APPLIANCES.
C . HORNE'S
ompllmenfs of F HB .H ' F. S+ D S+
cnoom REALTY COMPANY aye V'5S.,."I865"'g 0"
46I Wesf Russell SI. I24 Hay SI'reeI'
DIAL 483-2 I I I WE DELIVER
HOLT OIL COMPANY
FOR FAST. DEPENDABLE SERVICE
FIRST-CITIZENS BANK 81 TRUST CO.
Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporafion
SEVEN OFFICES TO SERVE YOU
Firsf Ci+izens Banlc Building
Haymouni' Liberfy Poini Highland
Bragg Blvd. Bordeaux Mallonee Village lFi'. Bragg,
C. Garrison e
B lc 81 T usl Company
urages Pele Lipscomb. Jack Rea, and Kay Godwin io rake advaniage of lhe smart ay fo save al' Firsl-Cilizen
225 W. Russell S+. Faye'H'eville
STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
DOUGLAS L. MEARES-MANAGER
2504 Raeford Road
A Mulual Company Serving 'rhe
Public Since IB94
Congrafulafions fo fhe I966 Gracluafes
l327 Morganlon Road
FAYETTEVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
Sales ancl Service
COMPLETE STOCK OF PARTS
COMPLETE BODY SHOP
453 W. Russell S+.
3600 Bragg Blvd.
HESTER'S TV AND APPLIANCE CO.
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2609 Raeford Road
484-0 l 04
Fefe Lipscomb fries fo sell Jimmy Slappey one of the many fashionable hafs for m 'r b f d
ai Howard and WhHaker's.
people on the go . . .
Qo BURGER CHEF
29I8 Bragg Blvd.
FAYETTEVILLE. N. C.
GRACE'S BEAUTY SALON
THE TOWN SHOP
MRS. RUFFIN HORNE
400 Washingfon Drive . Suns
4854369 0 Dresses
EXCLUSIVE, BUT NOT EXPENSIVE"
PATTERSON STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
CALL i DISCOUNT CENTER, INC.
"Your Independeni AgenI"
CLAUDE W. RANKIN
IIO Anderson S+ree+ 433-1457
8 I 0 Bragg Blvd.
485-I 32 I
"GuaranIeecI Top Qualify Merchandise
a+ Lowes+ Prices"
RANKIN BROS. CO
Chair Seals and Baclcs
P.O. BOX 803 FAYETTEVILLE,
GOODWIN CARPET COMPANY
408 Washingfon Drive
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
II35 Robeson Ex'I'. P.O. Box 586
David Cogdell looks over the wide selection of pa I d b h
QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS
Susan Lucas and Fran McColl plan io lravel "firsl-class" and "go Trailwaysln
. . . Specialists in Friendly
Trailways Goes THRU 'lo Mosl' Desl'ina+ions!
304 Gillespie S+. Fayelleville. N. C.
North Carolinais Oldest Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
BRANCH BANKING 8: TRUST COMPANY CI North Car0Iina's Oldest Bank
THE MERCHANDISE MART, INC.
3702 3'-199 Blvd- HUBBARD REALTY
WE BUILD, BUY, SELL, TRADE
-Insurance and Rentals-
FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
J. H. GILBERT
Presidenf Phone HU 4-2I87
I , gizieribm Weddings Commercial
I ' I I Poriraifs
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JUST PICTURE US--PICTURING YOU!
Euiaw Shopping Cenfer
SAM WILLIAMS, JR.
Suzie Marfin Iearns abou? Ihe imporfance of harmony in decor.
ED FLEISHMAN 81 BROTHERS
I07 HAY STREET
HIGHLAND FURNITURE COMPANY
Complimenfs of 'Z igi
PROFESSIONAL DRUG COMPANY Qufjf'
I638 Owen Drive SERVICE V
3006 Bragg Boulevard
Congrafulafions +o Fayeffeville High School Seniors
EUTAW SHOPPING CENTER Ty In
The Family Bowling Cenfer
Sandy TOITI EFUIS Tommy
ss of l96l Wes! Poinf-I942 'l-OlS of CldSS' Class Of l962
Cindy Tip Tina
Class of l966 Class of .983 Class of l970
The Family Thai' Bowls Togefher Holds Togeiher
33l3 Raeford Road HU 4-Ol I3
SPRING LAKE DRUG
ln Slrylancl Shopping Cenler
EVERGREEN ESTATES-MONTCLAIR-LOCH LOMOND
BUILDERS o REALTORS o DEVELOPERS o INSURERS
3800 Raeford Road 484-2I9l
HAIGH AND HOLLAND
Real Esiafe and Renials
MOBILE HOME BROKERS
3724 Bragg Blvd. 485-4lbI
Serving Large and Small Properfy
Owners for Over 40 Years
II4 Anderson Sfreei'
Zeni+I1 Hearing Aids-Con'l'ac1' Lenses
LEON AND ALEX
COMPLETE EYE GLASS SERVICE
304 Hay Sheer 483-5487
COATES MOTOI-QS, INC.
M SALES Ah 5
4 B E E C
I8I5 Morganion Road a+ Lamb Sfreei'
FLEISHMAN'S BIG STORE
Sandy Shoemaker and Susan Braswell admire Hwe fine assortmeni of shoes af FIeisI1man's.
Layne's 81 Miss Vogue
WITH THE LATEST
AND FINEST SELECTIONS
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
0 I06 Hay SI'reeI' 0 II2 Hay Sfreei'
0 II4 Hay SI'reeI
JONES TV, INC.
273l Bragg Blvd.
cross From Euraw Shopping Cenier
The Fines? in TV's o S'l'ereos 0
Appliances 8: Furniiure
AND AWNING COMPANY
3ll5 Fori Bragg Road HU 4
IAN MCTORCYCLE COMPANY
K l H gl 'rhlnlcs hopefully abou? fhe prospecfs of geHing a Meridian molorcycle for g cl f
Aufhorized Dealer for:
458 W. Russell S+reel' Dial 483-8868
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A. K. MCCALLUM
7I5 Ramsey S+.
CHARLES HAlGl"l HARDWARE, INC. Boafing. FlSl'1lH9- Gfld Hlmllng
Sporfing Goods-Painis R R .
Franklin and Donaldson Sfreeis
II6 Hay Shed'
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K 8: M OFFICE SUPPLY CO., INC.
505 W. Russell S+.
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Ralph's Motor Co.
P. O. Box 892 Phone HU 4-6332
BENDER'S DRUG STORES
YOUR FRIENDLY REXALL DRUG-GISTS
TWO STORES TO seave You
20I Hay Sfreei' l226 Forf Bragg Rd.
Fayefleville, N. C.
"Promp'r Delivery Service"
45I Hay Sfreef
FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Phone 483-25I I
THE TYPEWRITER SHOP, INC.
300 Hay Sfreef
483- I 378
Sales, Renfals, and Repairs
an si ver a erns a ene r 's.
Joanna Sufion and Vicfor Talley admire Ihe beaufiful chn
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HAPPINESS IS A SPORTS CAR
Visif "Mr. Mac" af Your Favorife
IOpposi+e FayeHeviIIe Senior High,
BOB'S DRIVE IN
YARBOROUGH MOTOR CO.
304 The Sporfs Car People!
FAYETTEVILLE OPTICAL CO.
W. H. LEDBETTER Prince Chas. Ho+eI Bldg
Reg. N.C. Opfician FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Prescripiion Op+icians, Eye Glasses,
Hearing Aids, Ar+ificiaI Eyes .
Furnifure and Appliances
Bragg Blvd. and Tallywood
MOVING 81 STORAGE
Agenf for American Red Ball
Local and Long Disfance Moving
330 W. Mouniain Drive
Ann Odom and Don Perkins discuss one of Ihe many lux
sofas found af Gardner-McDonald. Inc.
FAYETTEVILLE DRUG COMPANY
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Ile Gillespie S+reeI' Open 9 AM. -Ti, 9 RM. I758 Owen Drive
433-3131 Sunday I PM. -Til 9 PM. Bordeaux Shopping CenI'er
Qpen 3 A.M. 'Til Midnigm OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 485-4Il7
SPRING LAKE FURNITURE
PaHy Durlzin and PaHy M Kinney shop 'Io 'find I'I1e besf bar-
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HEART OF FAYETTEVILLE MOTEL
Bragg Boulevard ai Euiaw Shopping Cenier
BROADWELL REALTY CORP.
l2I5lf2 Ft Bragg Rd.
FayeH'eviIIe. N. C.
"A Compleie Wardrobe Service"
2729 Bragg Blvd. HU 44364
TRAINED PERSONNEL. TO SERVE YOU
20I4 Ramsey S+.-488-3820
MACK'S VARIETY FASHIONS
Kay Lieberman and Thomas Franklin wish They were fakinq off in This Dynamic 88,
RAMSAY RENAULT INC.
MILLIE BULLARD c. KITCHEN RAMSAY
Suzanne McLeod selecis fhe ideal graduafion gift from The Jewel Box
308 Hay Sfreei' Phone I H
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 483-49l3
I 09 Hay Sfreei' 301
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