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LAFAMAC 68 Fayetteville Senior High School Fayetteville, North Carolina Volume 47 Elizabeth Hood, Editor Becky Gates, Asst. Editor Jack O’Hale, Business Manager SOUNDS OF ' 68 The 1968 LaFamac reflects the innumer- able sounds which have filled our year at Fay- etteville Senior High School. Beginning with the first day of school, we heard the whispers of confused sophomores, the self-assured in- flections of confident juniors, and the solemn quiet of enlightened seniors. As the year pro- gressed, the activity increased bringing the constant buzz of conversation as new friend- ships developed, the ever present shuffling of feet, the hum of activity from the classrooms, the chant of excited fans at athletic events, the steady beat of the marching band, and the soft music of the Prom. As the year draws to a close, we shall hear the final sounds of the school year — those of graduation . . . the rustling of white robes, the haunting strains of “Pomp and Circumstance”, and the last singing of the Alma Mater by the Class of - 1968. All of these unique sounds are a part of the student body; yet, strangely enough, the sounds blend as harmonious chords that softly ring in the memory and compose the sym- phony of FHS in the . . . Mr. Soles instructs a Biology student in the use of a microscope. As part of their daily routine, teachers check their mailboxes. Vm jj- £ ji A m " t [S ■ 4 Voice of Knowledge Mrs. Pate finds pleasure in teaching English literature. 5 Students come to the patio to relax and talk with friends. Lingering Refrain of Remembered Joys 6 Marshal Margaret Anderson distrib- utes programs at many school func- tions. The excitement mounts as the Bulldogs score again. 7 Hi-Y members, Sam Lindsay and Ray Wertheim, present Call of :ifts at their annual children’s Christmas party. The Bulldogs charge onto the field at the beginning of each game. Clash of Competition 10 1 1 Bobby Clause and Lance Kittleson race to the finish. -4 Sophomore Richard Boyette deliberates before voting for his class officers. Senior Dianne Psaki struggles to master the use of the slide rule. 12 Silence of Thought 13 TmimiiG ' litM comm mew of jixww jtntmaiG. mimk SCIENCE 14 Echo of Times Past. . . My heart is idly stirred For the same sound is in my ears Which in those days I heard . . — Wordsworth Mr. E. Len Maness 16 Dedicated To A Man Of Character Because he has worked for us and with us, because he has given generously of his time and wisdom, we feel that it is now time to honor that person whose dedication to his boys has inspired countless victories. All those who have been coached by him have acquired high ideals of sportsmanship and the understanding of true victory. Through sports, the unifying factor in any high school, he has instilled in the student body of Fayette- ville Senior High School enthusi- asm and, above all, genuine pride. We, the 1968 LaFamac Staff, in appreciation of his contributions to our class, do dedicate this LaFamac to our athletic director, Mr. Len Maness. Coach Maness boosts an appre- hensive P.E. student. In the center of the huddle, Coach Maness plans Bulldog strategy. Coach Maness encourages school spirit during the Rocky Mount pep rally. 17 Table Of Call of Service Page 94 18 Contents Clash of Compe- tition Paqe 156 Silence of Thought Page 192 Clamor of Commerce Page 290 FAYETTEVILLE IV The Voice Of 20 Knowledge Faculty And Administration wmBfm 21 Leading Citizens Compose Board Of Education The interest and concern of the people in our community for the students of Fayetteville Senior High are evident in the fine work of the board of education. The men and women who serve on the board are of the highest caliber. They are qualified and willing to accept the im- mense managerial and financial responsibilities placed upon them. Under their direction, Fayetteville Senior High School maintains high standards of academic achievement. In addition to its regular responsibilities, the board of education has this year faced the great challenge of planning a new high school in Fayetteville. Through its dedicated work, the board of education has brought excellence to all the schools of Fayetteville. MR. J. MEL THOMPSON Chairman DR. JOHN M. HARRY Vice-Chairman MR. HERMAN L. BISHOP MR. LUTHER B. BLACK MR. NEILL A. CURRIE, JR. DR. C. R. EDWARDS MR. JAMES D. MELVIN, JR. MR. WILLIAM E. OWEN MRS. JOHN J. LAMPROS MR. LOUIE L. ROUSE MRS. HARRY B. STEIN MR. JAMES R. WARNER Mr. Ross Serves Faithfully In the operation of the schools of Fayetteville the central figure is Mr. C. Reid Ross, the Superintendent of Fayetteville City Schools. The effectiveness of the Fayetteville school system in largely due to the excellent leader- ship of Mr. Ross. He is deeply involved in all phases of public education in Fayetteville. De- spite his busy schedule, Mr. Ross finds time to come in contact with many students by speaking at assemblies and awards programs and attend- ing FHS sports events. Mr. Ross has served as head of the Fayette- ville school system since 1951. Before that year, he attended the University of North Carolina, receiving his B.A. and M.A. degrees. Mr. Ross first served the schools of Lenoir County as both teacher and principal. He then became Super- intendent of Harnett County schools. From Harnett County, Mr. Ross came to Fayetteville where his diligent, capable service has inspired admiration and respect. Despite his busy schedule, Mr. Ross takes a break for the LaFamac photographer. Attending a basketball game at FHS, Mr. Ross enthusiastically supports the Bulldogs. Mr. Ross dictates a letter to his secretary, Mrs. Breeden. 23 Assistant Superintendents DR. MAYLON E. McDONALD Dr. McDonald, Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Instruction, devotes his time to im- proving the overall instructional program in the city schools. His job includes helping to select the instructional staff for the schools of Fay- etteville. In addition, he works in the areas of vocational education and special education for the handicapped. A graduate of Wake Forest College, Dr. McDonald received his masters de- gree and Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina. MR. BERT ISHEE Mr. Ishee serves as Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Special Education and Research. The program in special education of the Fayetteville city school system is one of the broadest in North Carolina. Mr. Ishee did his undergraduate work at Mississippi College and received his masters degree from the University of North Carolina. Mr. Ishee came to Fayetteville as principal of Alexander Graham Junior High School. After several years, he took a leave of absence to complete his work on his doctoral degree at the University of North Carolina MR. ZOLLY L. BOWDEN Mr. Bowden, the Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Business, manages the cafeteria program and supervises the purchasing of equipment for the schools. Also, he directs the program for building and maintaining school plants and grounds. Mr. Bowden served as a teacher, principal, and supervisor in other North Carolina school systems before coming to serve Fayetteville city schools. He is a graduate of Elon College and earned his masters degree from the University of North Carolina. 24 Provide Varied Services MR. A. IRVING MAYNARD MR. C. FLETCHER WOMBLE As Director of Audio-Visual Aids, Mr. Maynard works with all schools in providing a comprehensive system of audio and visual aids to facilitate instruc- tion. Helping in the selection, purchase, and use of materials and equipment, he maintains close contacts with all city schools. Before becoming Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Title I Program, Mr. Womble was a teacher at Alex- ander Graham Junior High, principal of Pauline Jones Elementary School, and principal of Horace Sisk Junior High. In his present position he works with all principals and teachers in providing successful programs for edu- cationally and culturally deprived youth. MR. RAYMOND E. LUPER As Director of Athletics and Physical Education, Mr. Luper, former football coach of FHS, coordinates all physical education programs for the high schools and elementary schools. Working with principals and teachers, he promotes a sound program of athletics and physical education. Supervisors And Secretaries Supervisors ease the norma] workload of the administration. They are: (left to right) Mr. Carol R. Powell, Director of Li- brary Services; Mrs. Floyd B. Souders, Supervisor of Instruc- tional Supplies; Mrs. Sara Riley, Supervisor of Cafeterias; Mr. D. C. Jackson, Supervisor of Mainte- nance. Bookkeepers who maintain accurate records are: (left to right) Mrs. Flor- ence Cook, Mrs. Grace McLamb, Mrs. Nell Bullard, Mrs. Catherine Roberts, and Mrs. Margaret Miller. 26 Aid Administration Special Services include: (left to right) Mrs. Doris J. Noteboon, audio-visual department ; Mrs. Isabel Ratledge, receptionist; Mrs. Lena Belle Parsons, printing de- partment; and Mrs. Virginia Kir- by, library services. Secretaries are: (standing) Mrs. Elizabeth Breeden, secretary to Mr. Ross; Mrs. Jean Winstead, secretary to Mr. Powell; Mrs. Dorothy Tigner, secretary to Mr. Bowden; (seated) Mrs. Hazel Smith, secretary to Mr. Womble; and Mrs. Winnie Ferris, secretary to Dr. MacDonald. Mr. Sasser Guides School Mr. Sasser exemplifies the qualities of patience and understanding necessary to carry out the duties of a high school principal. Firm, fair, and positive, Mr. John T. Sasser guides the des- tiny of Fayetteville Senior High School. His methods of dealing with student and fac- ulty problems each day are a credit to his executive ability. He relies on good judgment and a sense of fairness to maintain a cooperative spirit between faculty and students. The office of principal re- quires devotion to one’s work and love of students. As leader of a large and progressive school, Mr. Sasser’s is a full- time job. In addition to his many responsibilities during the school day, he directs all extra-curricular activities of the school. Mr Sasser acts as the important link between the City Board of Education and Fayetteville Senior High. During his eight years as principal, Mr. Sasser has estab- lished a progressive .and ef- ficient system at FHS. He has earned the lasting respect and admiration of both the faculty and the student body. Mr. Sasser presides during the band’s Christmas assembly. 28 A faithful Bulldog supporter, Mr. Sasser checks the attendance before departing for the basketball game in Raleigh. Secretaries Work Diligently MRS. ANNE WILKINS The management of all student cumulative folders is one duty of Mrs. Wilkins, the school registrar. In addi- tion, she works with incoming students, acquainting them with the class and lunch schedules and the various school activities. MRS. SARA BULLARD Mrs. Bullard, the clinic secretary, performs many indis- pensable services. She checks attendance cards, aids students seeking clinic services, and compiles the absentee list each day. MRS. MIRIAM CARTER As school treasurer, Mrs. Carter’s responsibilities include collecting students fees and handling the funds of all school organizations. She also maintains accurate records of bills and school transcripts. 29 Warren Named Assistant Principal MR. PERCY A. WARREN Wake Forest College, B.S.; Physics; Marshal Sponsor, Coordinator of Driver Education, Assistant Principal MRS. HELEN R. MASK Mars Hill College, Appalachian State University, B.S. ; English III; LaFamac Sponsor, Dean of Students Few faculty members are more important to the smooth functioning of FHS than the Assistant Principal, Mr. Warren, and the Dean of Students, Mrs. Mask. To their office are brought the discipline problems of the school. Under the firm guidance of Mr. Warren or Mrs. Mask, these problems are handled and, if necessary, punishment is assigned to stu- dents. In addition to contending with disciplinary problems, the deans are responsible for check- ing students in and out of school during class hours. All tardies must be excused through the deans’ office. A monthly attendance report is another responsibility. To clear up prob- lems concerning school policy and attendance, conferences are frequently arranged between teachers and parents. Any student who sin- cerely wishes to receive help with his in- dividual problem is welcome in the dean’s of- fice. The positions of Assistant Principal and Dean of Students are new ones at FHS this year. In past years, the duties of these of- fices were performed by the Dean of Boys and the Dean of Girls. 30 Fine Arts Imparts New Ideas A good education must include the study of fine arts. The fine arts department offers a variety of courses which encourage student creativity. For the art enthusiast, FHS includes in its curriculum Art I, II, III. The Mixed Chorus and Senior High Singers provide meaningful experience for those interested in vocal music. Through Orchestra, Band I, II, and III, Music Theory, and Music Appreciation, student musi- cians acquire knowledge and skill for future develop- ment. A course in drama gives students opportunity to realize their creative potential. In addition to teaching students, the fine arts de- partment performs many valuable services for the school. The art classes provide attractive displays in the lobbies. During the year, the vocal groups present several enjoyable assembly programs, including those at Christmas and Easter. The Band attends all football games and boosts school spirit with its lively music. A special Pep Band plays at many basketball games. MISS TOI R. MacKETHAN St. Mary’s, U.N.C.-G., B.A.; Art I, II, III; Art Club Sponsor, Scottish Dancers Sponsor Miss MacKethan lends a helping hand to several art students. MR. FORREST T. RAY Westminster Choir College, B.M.; Ap- palachian State Teachers College, Metho- dist College; Mixed Chorus, Senior High Singers; Choral Music Coordinator MR. PAUL A. REICHLE, JR. U.N.C., A.B.; Appalachian State Teach- ers College, M.A.; Band I, II, III. Or- chestra, Music Theory; Band Letter Club Sponsor MRS. MARY H. WILMERS East Carolina College, B.S. ; Drama, English IV ; English Department Chair- man, Director of Senior Play 31 MRS. MARY H. WILMERS MRS. SANDRA B. BASS East Carolina College, B.S.; Drama, Elon College, B.A.; English II, IV English IV ; English Department Chair- man, Director of Senior Play MRS. PEGEEN C. BREWER U.N.C. G., B.A.; English II, III English Study Is Basic Although English is a basic course essential to the school curriculum, the English department works to offer more than fundamental study. It strives to pro- vide a program that will both interest and instruct stu- dents in the use of the English language. A sophomore English student studies basic grammar and writing skills. He learns to appreciate various liter- ary forms. His work includes reading Julius Caesar and Silas Marner. The junior year is spent in the ex- ploration of American literature, with special attention given to Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town”. A junior also works to develop a broader vocabulary and skill in writing compositions. As a senior, the student reviews gra mmar, learns to better express himself in writing, and makes an extensive study of English literature. To students wishing to specialize in journalism or speech, elective courses are offered. The Journalism II class publishes a monthly newspaper, The Bulldog. Students with a talent for self-expression may take Ad- vanced Composition or Creative Writing. MRS. WILMA D. GODWIN Flora MacDonald College, B.A.; East Carolina University, M.Ed.; English IV MISS SHARON E. HANSEN University of South Florida, B.A.; English II, IV MRS. CAROL C. HILL University of Missouri, B.J.; Advanced Composition, Creative Writing, Journal- ism I, II; The Bulldog Sponsor 32 MRS. RUTH W. CALDWELL Brevard Junior College, Berea College, A.B.; English II, IV Mrs. Wilmers discusses the term paper schedule with Mike Austin, Debby Willis, Christa Parks, and John Alle n. MRS. ANN D. CURRIN Methodist College, B.A.; English II, III € v- MRS. JACQUELINE D. DRAUGHON East Carolina College, B.S.; English II, IV MR. HAROLD N. GATLIN U.N.C., Campbell College, B.A.; Eng- lish II, III ; Honeycutt Coordinator MRS. GENEVIEVE M. HILL University of Cincinnati, B.S English II, III MR. STEPHEN HOUSTON The City College of New York, Mary- land University, Oklahoma University, Oklahoma City University, U.N.C., M.E.; English III, IV MRS. SANDRA P. McCOY U.N.C. G., B.A.; English II; Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor 33 MRS. ARLETHA W. McLEAN Fayetteville State College, B.S.; Eng- lish II, III MRS. MARIE SPRADLEY Loyola University, Ph.B.; U.N.C.-G., M.Ed.; University of Virginia; English III, IV, Speech MRS. HELEN R. MASK Mars Hill College, Appalachian State University, B.S. ; English III; Dean of Students, LaFamac Sponsor MISS BARBARA G. STANBACK Greensboro College, A.B.; English III, French II; French Club Sponsor, Tri- Hi-Y Sponsor MRS. VIVIAN S. PATE Wake Forest University, A.B.; Eng- lish III, IV MRS. GLENDA C. TILL Wake Forest College, B.A.; English II, III; English Coordinator MRS. RUTH M. WILLIAMS Winthrop College, A.B.; U.N.C. ; Eng- lish II, III; National Honor Society Sponsor Mrs. Till points out an error to her junior English student. 34 Math Prompts Logical Thinking A knowledge of mathematics is essential to students of today. The math department has continually im- proved and modernized its methods of teaching to provide students with a firm background in mathe- matics. To fulfill the requirements for graduation from FHS, a student must successfully complete two courses in mathematics. The math department offers a compre- hensive program that adapts to the needs of each in- dividual student. A course in general math is avail- able for students wishing to learn the basics of mathe- matics. Geometry, algebra, and trigonometry prepare other students for college work. For students with a special interest in math, Advanced Senior Math offers an introduction to mathematical analysis. Mechanical Drawing is available to seniors interested in the field of engineering. Mrs. Simmerman describes the mechanics of the slide-rule to her Algebra II students. MRS. JANIE H. SIMMERMAN Hollins College, A.B.; Columbia Uni- versity, U.N.C., U.N.C.-G.; Algebra II; Math Department Chairman, National Honor Society Sponsor MR. LAUCHLIN M. CASHWELL Atlantic Christian College, B.S.; Ad- vanced Senior Math, Trigonometry, Al- gebra III; Math Club Sponsor ( MRS. ELLEN H. COFER U.N.C.-G., U.N.C., A.B.; Algebra I, Geometry MISS LETHA COPELAND Flora MacDonald College, A.B.; U.N.C. ; General Math, Algebra I 35 Mr. Cashwell and student teacher, Mr. Smith, use the opaque projector to show the solution of trigonometric functions. MISS CAROL E. GRIFFIN East Carolina University, B.S.; Geom- etry, Algebra I MR. FLOYD GERALD MOODY Wofford College, A.B. ; General Math, Physical Education; Head Football Coach, Golf Coach MR. CLIFFORD A. WEBER Wheaton College, B.A.; Algebra II, Geometry; Honeycutt Coordinator MR. SYLVESTER WHITE Tennessee A I University, B.S.; N.C. A T College, M.E.; Geometry, Me- chanical Drawing 36 MRS. SUSAN H. ELKINS Catawba College, B.A.; Plane Ge- ometry, Trigonometry, Algebra III; Math Club Sponsor J MRS. CHRISTINE FLOWERS Louisiana State University, B.S. ; Alge- bra I, Geometry MISS CONNIE SUE GARNER U.N.C. G., B.A.; Algebra I, II MR. CHARLES H. LINCOLN U.N.C., B.S.; Geometry, Algebra II; National Honor Society Sponsor; Honeycutt Coordinator MRS. BARBARA G. WILLIAMS East Carolina University, B.S.; Ge- ometry, Algebra I; J.V. Cheerleader Sponsor Mr. White shows Tom Mobley how to draw objects to scale. 37 « , ) MRS. LA LUCE P. WILLIAMS Florida State University, B.S.; Flora MacDonald College; North Carolina State; Biology; Science Department Chairman Science MRS. MARY S. BATTAGLIA Old Dominion College, B.S. ; Biology; Physical Education Answers The MRS. WINIFRED B. COOKE Evangel College, B.S. ; Chemistry; Chemistry Coordinator Challenge . Mrs. Williams uses a colorful chart to explain the life cycle of green algae. For the student with an interest in science, Senior High has much to offer. Realizing the importance of technologi- cal and scientific knowledge in today’s world, the science department provides a wide range of courses, from the study of the most basic principles of science to advanced col- lege preparatory work. All sophomore students are required to study biology. After the sophomore year, students are free to choose which courses they wish to take. Many prefer the study of chemistry, followed by physics or advanced biology. Others may take advanced physical science, a relatively new course at FHS. The science department is constantly working to better its program. This year, a group of students have been given the opportunity to attend a series of lectures on the laiser beam at the University of North Carolina. MRS. MARGARET L. McKAY Flora MacDonald College, B.S.; Ad- vanced Physical Science, Biology; Co- sponsor Student Council MR. DONALD E. PARSONS Methodist College, B.S. ; Biology; J.V. Basketball, Tennis 38 Mr. Holland explains Boyle’s Law to his students through the use of a manometer. MRS. HELYN DOZIER Alabama College, Vanderbilt University, Atlantic Christian College, B.S.; Bi- ology; Health Careers Club Sponsor MRS. BRENDA D. HALL U.N.C.-G., B.A.; Biology, Advanced Biology; Cheerleader Sponsor MR. WILLIAM C. HOLLAND Methodist College, B.S.; Biology, Chem- istry; Soccer Coach MR. BILLY E. SOLES Pembroke State College, B.S.; Biology, Chemistry; Coach, Football, Basketball, Baseball MR. PERCY A. WARREN Wake Forest, B.S.; Physics; Assistant Principal; Driver Training Coordinator MRS. MARY F. WEBER Wheaton College, B.S.; Biology 39 MRS. DORIS B. McNEILL MISS ANN PURCELL BUIE Flora MacDonald College, B.A.; French U.N.C.-G., B.A.; Spanish I, II II, IV ; Language Department Chair- man, French Coordinator MR. ROBERT G. CARR Maryville College, B.A.; University of Tennessee, M.S.; Spanish I, III, IV; Spanish Coordinator; Spanish Club Sponsor Language Stresses Communication Communication is essential in a modern world. With all continents brought together by swift transportation, the peoples of the world are finding it necessary to understand ideas and cultures different from their own. They must be able to express themselves to their neighbors in other lands. Therefore, the study of a foreign language is important to a responsible world citizen. The language department of FHS is striving to meet this need of better international communication by providing students with an excellent background in the foreign language of their choice. With the current emphasis on spoken language, new methods of teaching which employ tapes and films are used in both French and Spanish classes. Students of German and Latin spend more of their time in learn- ing to read and write their new languages. In all language classes, learning to communicate is the basic goal of both students and teachers. Several improvements have been made in the cur- riculum of the language department. This year, for the first time, five full years of French are offered by the department. A fourth year German course has also been added to the curriculum. MRS. DORIS RULNICK U.N.C.-G.; Methodist College, A.B.; French I, III, V; French Club Sponsor MISS BARBARA G. STANBACK Greensboro College, A.B.; French II; French Club Sponsor, Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor MRS. ELIZABETH WOODCOCK Southern Methodist University, B.A. ; German I, II 40 MR. ERNESTO E. DIAZ Havana Business College, A. A.; Uni- versity of Havana; Spanish I, II MRS. BETTYE BYASSEE GRADY Lindenwood College, B.A.; Bishop-Otter College; U.N.C.; Latin I, II, III; Latin Club Sponsor Mrs. Grady answers a question posed by a Latin student. MISS MARY DIANE HEWITT Appalachian State, B.S. ; Spanish I, II MISS ANN MEDDAUGH MATTHEWS Guilford College; U.N.C., B.A.; Span- ish I MISS M. JACQUELINE PERKINS East Carolina University, B.S.; French I, II; Tri-Hi- Y Sponsor, French II Club Sponsor With a reassuring smile, Mrs. McNeill encourages her students in language lab. MRS. EDNA J. WRIGHT University of California, B.A.; German I, II, III, IV ; German Club Sponsor 41 MR. ROBERT B. SMITH East Carolina University, B.S., M.A.; U.S. History; Audio-Visual Coordinator, Social Studies Department Chairman. MR. JOHN H. DASKAL North Carolina State University, B.S.; U.S. History; Assistant Football Coach MR. DON H. LANDRETH U.N.C., B.A.; M.E.; World History, U.S. History; Hi-Y Sponsor -i !l III ■ Z . I Jk W c jtfl ;it ■IwP ' fill Off ' ll m SMHatL xW r ' . .. With the aid of maps, Mr. Barnes teaches the geography of the world. Social Studies Open New Worlds Few areas of study are as instrumental in furthering world peace as social studies. Including the study of man’s past and present problems, social studies provide insight into the very nature of mankind. The social studies department of FHS offers a variety of courses which broaden the student’s outlook on the world. Many students begin their study of history in their sophomore year with TV world history. All juniors are required to study United States history, either by television or by regular classroom instruction. Other courses offered by the department may be taken as electives. These include government, world geography, sociology, and economics. In recent years, contemporary history, with an emphasis on current world problems, has been added to the courses offered by the social studies department. MR. MARTIN T. McKINNON St. Andrews Presbyterian College, B.A. ; U.S. History; Assistant Hi-Y Sponsor MRS. SARA W. MONAGHAN Winthrop College, A.B. ; U.N.C., West- ern Carolina University; U.S. History 42 MR. RICHARD B. BARNES Black Hills State College, B.S.; Geog- raphy, Government; Future Teachers of America Co-sponsor MR. KENNETH E. BASINGER Wingate Junior College, A. A.; East Carolina University, B.S.; U.S. History, Physical Education; Assistant Football Coach, Wrestling Coach MR. SOLON R. COTTON Duke University, A.B.; World History MR. ROBERT R. HART U.N.C., A.B.; M.E.; U.S. History, Government; Cross Country Coach, Track Coach MR. JAMES R. SURLES Wingate Junior College, East Carolina University, B.S.; Sociology, Economics; Head J.V. Football Coach Mr. Smith shows Ernie Grooms, one of his history students, how to operate the projector. 43 MRS. DOROTHY P. SASSER U.N.C.G., B.S.S.A. ; U.N.C., University of Tennessee, East Carolina University; Shorthand H, Office Practice; Chairman of Business Department Business Department Strives For Efficiency The goal of the business department is to help interested students develop skill and efficiency in business work. The department offers a comprehensive program of courses and provides students with both knowledge and practical experience in business. Courses included in the curriculum of the department are Typing I and II, Bookkeeping, Shorthand I and II, Business Arithmetic, Consumer Economics and Business Law, and Business Information. Through these courses, students receive instruction necessary for success in business life. When a student has developed sufficient skills, he may apply his knowledge through one of several programs sponsored by the business department. In Office Practice and Vocational Office Train- ing. the student gains firsthand experience in the responsibilities of holding a job. A student in Vocational Office Training actually holds a ten hour per week job in a Fayetteville business. Distributive Education is another program of the department. Directed by Dr. Thomas H. Price, the program instructs students in selling, merchandising, advertising, buying, display, managerial duties, personal work, and merchandising mathematics. A student is able to divide his time between his academic studies and a job, receiving two to three credits for the D.E. program. MRS. CATHERINE F. McINTOSH Winthrop College, B.S. ; Bookkeeping, Business Arithmetic, Typing H DR. THOMAS H. PRICE U.N.C., Ph.D.; Appalachian State Teachers College, ALA. ; University of Aliami, A.B.; Distributive Education; Distributive Education Club Sponsor 44 Mrs. Sasser advises Lance Larson on the correct use of an adding machine. MRS. MARY ELIZABETH B. CLARK University of Southwestern Louisiana, B.S.; Bookkeeping; Business Informa- tion, Shorthand I, Typing I; Business Club Sponsor MR. JAMES A. MASK Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S.; M.A.; Bookkeeping, Consumer Economics and Business Law, Typing I MRS. MARGARET ANN ROWELL Catawba College, A.B.; Typing I, II, Shorthand I MRS. MARY K. DASKAL Flora MacDonald College, B.S.; Busi- ness Arithmetic, Typing I, II MRS. HELEN M. NIXON A T University, B.S.; East Carolina University, North Carolina College; Business Arithmetic, Typing I MRS. ROBERTA A. THOMPSON Spartanburg Junior College, A.A.; Lan- der College, B.S.; U.N.C.; Business In- formation, Typing I Mr. Mask keeps a watchful eye on his typing students. MISS DIANE R. WILKINSON Pembroke State College, B.S.; Busi- ness Information, Typing I; Business Club Sponsor 45 Physical Education Builds Health A strong body, as well as a strong mind, is needed to meet the stress of today’s world. A strong body provides the s tudent with the necessary energy to fulfill his many responsibilities more pro- ficiently. For this reason, the physical education department re- quires all sophomores and juniors to participate in its program. Under the direction of Miss Cherry and Mrs. Battaglia, girls de- velop skills in such sports as softball, basketball, tennis, archery, volleyball, and ping pong. Coach Maness, Mr. Basinger, and Mr. Moody head the boys’ gym classes. They concentrate on sports such as football, track, golf, and tennis. Intramural sports are offered to all students. Membership in the Girls’ Athletic Association is open to interested girls and offers sports outside the regular class instruction. Interested and capable boys play on the junior varsity and varsity teams and compete with other schools in the Eastern 4-A Conference. MR. E. LEN MANESS Campbell College, A. A.; East Carolina University, B.S.; Physical Education; Head Basketball Coach, P.E. Depart- ment Chairman, Athletic Department Coordinator In his junior P.E. class, Mr. Basinger emphasizes the importance of handling the ball. MR. KENNETH E. BASINGER Wingate Junior College, A.A.; East Carolina University, B.S.; U.S. His- tory, Physical Education; Assistant Football Coach, Wrestling Coach MRS. MARY S. BATTAGLIA Old Dominion College, B.S.; Biology, Physical Education MISS CHRISTINE CHERRY Mars Hill College, U.N.C.-G., B.S.; Physical Education ; Girls’ Athletic As- sociation Sponsor MR. F. GERALD MOODY Wofford College, A.B.; Physical Edu- cation; Head Football Coach, Golf Coach 46 Home Ec Trains For The Future To train girls to become efficient homemakers and valuable members of the family is the duty of Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Bowyer, the Home Economics teachers. In Home Economics I, students study etiquette and family relations as well as the basic essentials of sew- ing and cooking. Home Economics II gives girls the opportunity to develop their recently acquired skills and offers a more concentrated study of home manage- ment. In the third year, the skill and knowledge gained in the two previous years are put to use as students prepare teas and buffets. A Red Cross home nursing course is also included in Home Economics III. Throughout the three years much emphasis is placed on child development and family life. Any girl who has taken a home economics course is eligible to join the Future Homemakers of America club. Courses of the home economics department are open to boys as well as girls. Some students, both boys and girls, choose to take Family Life Education, which prepares them for marriage and homemaking by analyz- ing family problems. MRS. CLEO B. WARREN Greensboro College, A.B.; Family Life Education, Home Economics I, II; Future Homemakers of America Spon- sor, Marshal Sponsor MRS. FRANCES H. BOWYER U.N.C.-G., B.S.; Family Life Educa- tion, Home Economics III; Future Homemakers of America Sponsor Mrs. Warren points out the parts of the pressure cooker to Barbara Johnson. 47 RNNIflfl Guidance Staff Serves Students Most high school students have many questions to ask about the future. In making plans for the years to ,come, students may often fee‘l a need for advice from persons more informed and experienced than themselves. The guidance department of FHS works diligently to meet this need. It is the responsibility of the guidance staff to ad- minister tests, to plan schedules, and to assist students in making decisions about college or vocation. In ad- dition, the department makes individual guidance available to any student. College catalogs, vocational brochures, yearbooks, and scholarship bulletins are kept on the shelves in the guidance office which is open to students throughout the school day. The guid- ance counselors, Mrs. Livermore and Mr. Lawhorn, are always willing to listen to any problems students might have and to work with students to solve these problems. MRS. ETHELYN M. LIVERMORE East Carolina University, B.S. ; U.N.C., M.A. ; Guidance Counselor; Department Chairman Mrs. Livermore and Mr. Lawhorn discuss a student’s records. MR. DONALD R. LAWHORN East Carolina University, B.S., M.E.; Guidance Counselor 48 MRS. MABEL 0. SURLES East Carolina University, B.S.; Head Librarian; Co-Sponsor of Student Coun- cil, Co-Sponsor of Library Club Library Staff Enlarged A very important part of FHS is its library. It is frequently visited by inquiring students. The library department is always busy providing the best possible service to the school. Changes and additions have been made by the department in recent years to meet the demands of the student body. Greater efficiency was achieved with the addition of a charging machine with student library cards and a time clock. Last year, library hours were lengthened. The library is now open to students from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The library, under the direction of librarians Mrs. Surles, Mrs. Powell, and Mrs. Johnson, contains over 15,000 books, periodicals dating back five years, a magazine section, and recordings. In addition, a wide variety of paperback books is sold to the student body. The audio-visual branch, headed by Mr. Smith, contains films, filmstrips, and records to aid students and faculty. MRS. MARGARET H. JOHNSON U.N.C.-G., Commercial Certificate; Li- brarian MRS. MONA W. POWELL East Carolina University, B.S.; U.N.C.-G., M.E.; Librarian; Co-Sponsor of Library Club MR. ROBERT B. SMITH East Carolina University, B.S.; M.A.; U. S. History; Audio-Visual Coordi- nator, Social Studies Department Chair- man Mrs. Surles and Mrs. Powell spend much time working at their desk. 49 T4. The Lingering Refrain Of 50 Remembered Joys 51 Homecoming Queen Miss Diane Maness Diane stands by her proud escort, Ned Mc- Elwaine, after the Bulldog victory. Johnny Lambeth, Queen Diane, Page Farrell, Homecoming Queen ’66, Fred Rose, and Mike Dibbert prepare to watch Scottish Dancers perform. Homecoming ’67 Ends In Victory Beginning the 1967 Homecoming celebration was the car smash held on Tuesday, October 24. Spirited students will- ingly paid their dimes and were allowed one hit in an at- tempt to smash the car. The following Thursday night, stu- dents cheered to the first roar of the bonfire. As the FHS Pep Band played familiar tunes, the crowd danced to the traditional Bunny Hop. When Friday afternoon finally arrived, anxious students hurried to their cars to begin the cavalcade. Horns and cheers could be heard as a long line of decorated cars drove through downtown Fayetteville. As it approached time for the Homecoming football game, enthusiastic students packed the stands to support their team. Half-time neared and the scoreboard registered Fayetteville 13, Goldsboro 0. Half-time ceremonies began as escorts guided excited girls, sponsored by the senior football play- ers, onto the field to form the figure F. The 1966 Home- coming Queen, Page Farrell, was escorted onto the field by Fred Rose, student body President. As the evening’s activi- ties rose to a climax, a radiant Diane Maness, escorted by Johnny Lambeth and sponsored by Ned McElwaine, was crowned Homecoming Queen of 1967 by Page. Mike Dib- bert, Sophomore Class President, presented the new queen with a bouquet of chrysanthemums and a kiss. The FHS Band then played “Lara’s Theme” from Dr. Zhivago, in honor of the newly-crowned queen. As a conclusion to the half-time activities, the Scottish dancers performed in honor of the new queen. The night ended as the Bulldogs crushed the Goldsboro Quakes, 20-0. To the ring of the victory bell, elated stu- dents, tired but happy, crowded into the cafeteria for the Student Council-sponsored Homecoming dance— a perfect ending to a memorable night! Bulldog supporters demonstrate their spirit at the car smash. The course of the Homecoming cavalcade includes Hay Street. 53 Queen Is Scottish Lai: aass: 8Sj»g3s5g|ffKaBa " ;;3: Tommy Smith, Margie Smith, Patty Wyatt, and Don Crawford represent Goldsboro in our Homecoming court. Miss Nancy Van Hook sponsored by Frank Vlasek Miss Anne Peabody sponsored by Matt Kriwanek Miss Margaret Anderson sponsored by Bobby Bell 54 Honored By Dancers Miss Pam Holcomb sponsored by Bruce McFerran Buddy Bulldog, along with other Bulldog fans, cheers the team on to victory. Scottish Dancers perform during half-time in honor of the 1967 Homecoming Queen. Miss Brenda Ross sponsored by Ronnie Williams Miss Regina Yitola sponsored by Jack O ' Hale Miss Lyn Stapleton sponsored by Ranny Nimocks 55 Students dance to music provided by the Wrong Rain at the after-game dance. Bonfire Boosts Bulldog Spirit Miss Elizabeth Hood sponsored by John Shaw Miss Shiela Love sponsored by Bill Davis Miss Pam Hargis sponsored by Dave Fernandez Miss Debbie Willis sponsored by Bob McLean 56 Miss Bet Miller sponsored by Tom Mobly Miss Lucy Alligood sponsored by Owen Bertschi Miss Susan Pate sponsored by Ricky Knott Miss Jan Durham sponsored by Jim Britt Students gather around the bonfire, a -symbol of their school spirit. 57 Miss FHS Of 1968 Miss Vickie Walden 58 Juniors Stage Successful Pageant Early in November the class of 1969 started their preparations for the final Miss FHS Contest. Committees were formed, and the first of many long hours of hard work began for the Juniors. The tasks of soliciting for sponsors, announcing the contest, preparing programs, selling tickets, and making posters involved much effort on the part of the various committees. Miss Cherry, as in previous years, served as sponsor for the project. Under her careful guidance, each duty was performed, and three hundred ten willing girls en- tered the contest. Boys from the Junior class competed for the honor of being an announcer. Those chosen to announce this year were: Raymond Luper, Charles Johnson, Sammy Parker, and Greg Johnson. Finally the week of the long-awaited contest arrived. Fast minute preparations were hastily made: the stage decorations were com- pleted, the girls’ formals were ready, and final plans were made. Eager girls practiced the entrance on stage during a hectic rehearsal. As the curtains parted on opening night, a hush fell over the audience. Against a royal blue background, glittering, silver letters spelled out the coveted title of Miss FHS. On either side of the stage stood tall, slender plants. Amid the billowing curtains was the ivory throne on a curtained platform. The scene was completed as the first contestant took her place on stage. Seventy-two hopeful girls were chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cook and Mrs. Glen Peebles to remain in the contest as semi-final- ists. The difficult decision of choosing Miss FHS and her court lay with Miss Gussie Cameron and Mr. and Mrs. John McPhaul. During the final night of competition, several eliminations were made by the judges. Sharon Dorsey, chosen by the semi-finalists, was an- nounced Miss Congeniality. After two nights of anticipation, the final decision was made. A radiant Vickie Walden was presented as Miss FHS of 1968. Gail Robinson, Miss FHS of 1967, crowns sur- prised Vickie Walden after she is announced the new Miss FHS. The cherished crown is the tangible reward of the Miss FHS Contest. Greg Johnson announces the finalists Juniors Pat Pollard, Mary Ann Siewers, William Fadul, and Penny Makris add during the final night of competition. finishing touches to the gym stage before the opening night of the contest. 59 With squeals of delight, contestants surround the new Miss FHS. Candidates Contest Third Runner-Up Miss Bet Miller 60 First Runner-Up Miss Carol Neal Second Runner-Up Miss Donna Stone Find Rewarding Sammy _ Parker escorts Sharon Dorsey, Miss Congeniality, on stage as she receives her trophy from William Fadul. Fourth Runner-Up Miss Pam Pearsall Fifth Runner-Up Miss Digna Roura Sixth Runner-Up Miss Donna Bunce Contestants find various ways to relax backstage before their appearance on stage. 61 Vickie Walden, the last Miss FHS, is surrounded by her court. Lea Barnes performs one of her duties as a Marshal by ushering during the Miss FHS Contest. 62 Climax Features 1 968 Court Carol Neal and Robin Zollars forget their nervousness as they remain in the contest as semi-finalists. Harold Ingle Sally Thomason King And Queen Prom Captures the Festivities of a Mardi Gras As soft strains of music flowed through the halls of FHS, excited couples entered the scene of Mardi Gras. Having anxiously awaited this moment, they were stunned by the magical transformation of the gym, bedecked with gay paintings and decorations. Southern showboats with fireworks glowing in the background adorned the right wall. Glancing to the other side of the room, one could see a scene of fire-breathing dragons and various costumed characters. Sophomores serving as waiters and waitresses wore brightly colored clown costumes which added to the effect of Mardi Gras. Later in the evening Dave Fernandez announced the formation of the Figure consisting of officers of the Junior and Senior Classes, committee chairmen, their dates and faculty members who helped with the Prom. After these people made up the Figure, a spotlight on the floor revealed the formation of a mask. The formation continued while the King and Queen were crowned. The honored couple, Sally Thomason and Harold Ingle, led the next dance, and the festivities continued until midnight. Many tired but happy couples attended the Prom breakfast held at the NCO Club of Fort Bragg from 1:00 A.M. until 3:00 A.M., which was sponsored by the Bulldog. Everyone, especially the Seniors, appreciated the diligent work of the Junior Class in making the night of March 31 an unforgettable evening. 63 Harold and Sally dance to soft music after being crowned King and Queen. The following Sophomores were elected by the Junior Class to serve as waiters and waitresses: Front row left to right: Greg Johnson, Neil New- ton, Rip Wilson, Jimmy Young. Back row: Robin Zollars, Betsy Stroup, Jane Byrd, Winnie McBryde. Jr. -Sr. Is Social Highlight Of 1967 Officers of the Junior and Senior Classes, along with committee chairmen, form the figure of a mask. 64 Georgia Smith, Ben Hill, Dee King, and Henry Campen relax in the garden scene. Dave Fernandez and Martha Talley crown the King and Queen as excited couples look on. Couples pause to discuss the evening’s events. 65 Students enjoy a brief moment of Girls Hook Boy John Shaw, Neil Newton, Dave Godwin, and Jerry Peele give the new Daisy May and Li’l Abner, Dorothy Holmes and Richard West, a boost. Mike Long and Sammy Parker take advantage of the night as they enjoy a dinner at The Peddler with their dates, Rene Riggsbee and Marty Exum. 66 Marrying Sam approves their license after hitching Laura Morris and Dickie Willard. after an exhausting dance. At Sadie Hawkins Couples enjoy dancing to the music of the Con- temptions. Sadie Hawkins time is here once again, and the gals are hunting for a fella to escort them to Dogpatch, U.S.A., formerly the FHS cafe- teria. “Sunday-go-to-meetin’ ” clothes are don- ned, and the festivities are officially in mo- tion. To start the evening, the gals treat their fellas to all the vittles they can devour at a local restaurant. Then the couples arrive at Dogpatch amid hay and cornstalks. The Con- temptions provide the hand-clapping, foot- stomping music. Later Daisy Mae and Li’l Abner, Dorothy Holmes and Richard West, are announced by the Scottish Dancers, sponsors of Sadi e Hawk- ins. Before the evening ends, the gals drag their men to Marrying Sam to get hitched proper. Kathy Drake, Sue Nyenhuis, and Harriet Chestnut, catch their fellows — Ray Jones, Neil Watson, and Carl Haney. Waiters and waitresses from the ninth grade sell refreshments at the General Store. 67 Marshals Assist Al 1968 MARSHALS: Seated: William Fadul, Chief; Winnie McBryde, Assistant Chief. Girls, left to right: Lisa Godwin, Mary Erwin King, Laney Shackleford, Penny Makris, Rosi McKenzie, Robin Zollars: Boys, left to right: Reggie Barton, Tim Barth- olomew, Andy Burch, Jimmy Young, Mack Byrd, Greg Johnson, Sammy Parker. 68 Various School Functions Blue and white ribbons are a distinc- tion at FHS, signifying the important position of the Marshals. Fifteen jun- iors are chosen by the senior class on the basis of ability, merit, and charac- ter. These juniors demonstrate their responsibility at the Miss FHS Contest, senior class play, and graduation when they serve as ushers. With Mr. and Mrs. W«arren as ad- visors, the Marshals learn how to be of assistance. Theirs is a position of re- spect and service invaluable to FHS. The ideals of FHS are exemplified in these 1968 Marshals. Mr. Warren instructs the new Marshals in their varied duties. Mrs. Warren shows Robin Zollars the correct position for her ribbon. Lisa Godwin hands Camille Batton and Mike Lynch a program for the senior play. Rosi McKenzie and Mack Byrd prepare the caps and gowns for graduation. 69 UNDINC ;-Nj i « rB I Deserving Students Earn Awards Awards, medals, and scholarships are presented to deserv- ing students during a special assembly in May. Presenta- tions at this impressive assembly are made by representa- tives from various school and community organizations. Awards are given in recognition of scholarship, citizenship, and service to school and community. Two of the most prized awards are the Service Cup and the Challenge Cup, presented to an outstanding senior girl and boy. I Dare You Books DAR History Award Choral Music Award Faculty Award Commercial Award Key Club Award: Sandy Nininger Award The Louise Black Scholarship Award A.M. Myrover Mathematics Award Katherine Vardell Williamson Award Stedman Essays : Junior Essay Award Senior Essay Award American Legion Auxiliary Cup DAR Citizen Awards: Good Citizen (Sophomore) Good Citizenship Pilgrim Award (Junior) Salutatorian Cup Valedictorian Cup George G. Myrover Sportsmanship Award Most Valuable Athlete Award Courtesy Cup Civitan Good Citizenship Award Bookkeeping Award Science Award Latin Award Bible and Life Award Girl’s Sportsman Award Leon Fleishman Memorial Award Band Parents Scholarship Varsity F Club Scholarship Belk Foundation Scholarship Hi-Y Scholarship Student Council Scholarship Key Club Scholarship Honor Society Scholarship Future Homemakers Club Scholarship Future Teachers Scholarship Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship Classroom Teachers Scholarship Pope Officers Wives Club Scholarship B’nai B’rith Scholarship Fayetteville Lion’s Club Scholarship Service Cup Challenge Cup 1967 1968 Janet Chin Bobby Ambrose Jorge Cowley Diana Rittenbury Janet Chin Pat Hoopes John Purdie William Fadul Bobby Ambrose Larry Passar Stanley Crumpler Margaret Gray Roger Powell Penny Makris Peggy Hale Larry Passar Mary Loomis Don Allen Chris Cammack Lea Barnes Larry McBennett Mary Carolyn Shaw Michael Eugene Smith Kathy Gaillard Gregory Young Margaret Fleming Dorothy Sisk King Patricia Murphy Gail Robinson Janet Chin Margaret Gray ______ Sue Averitt Jorge Cowley Mary Jennison — Gwendolyn Jones Donna Averitt Martha Hobgood Robin Jordan John Tardy Moore Diana Rittenbury Janet Chin Ellen Padgett — Herbert Clegg 71 Worthy Students Gain Recognition Students of distinction are outstanding persons who, through their service, leadership, superior scholarship, athletic excellence, and achievement have give ' n of their time and talent to the betterment of Fayetteville Senior High. FHS recognizes those with that “something extra” — students with the spirit, talent, and reliability on which the reputation of FHS depends. Academic growth achieved there is a basis for ideas and leadership which can grow in importance and value to mankind. FHS’ is proud of its caliber of students, its athletic and scho- lastic attainments, and its superior show of school spirit and good sportsmanship. The following students have exemplified these traits through their excellent attitude, high scholastic standards, and spirit. They have held district offices and have placed in tests of national com- petition. They have been nominated for scholarships and have achieved recognition beyond the confines of FHS. The Lafamac Staff acknowledges these distin- guished Honoraries who will soar higher and higher on the wings of ambition and success, each with great an- ticipation towards a bright and prosperous tomorrow. 72 Rick Newell has nemonstrated the four ideals of the National Honor Society in his years at FHS. He has served as representative of his junior and senior class, as well as president of his junior homeroom. Rick also served as a member of the Stee- ‘ T Committee of the Junior-Senior Prom. Rick has spent much of his time in extra-curricular activities. He has been a member of the Key Club, the National Honor Society, and the Var- sity “F” Club. Also Rick served as a Marshal in his junior year. In addition to these activities, Rick has been a member of the LaFamac Staff, a dedicated mem- ber of the basketball team, and a member of the Pres- byterian Youth Fellowship. Because of these worthy achievements, Rick was nominated for a John Motley Morehead Scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Senior Class of 1968 has recognized his abilities as well, by voting him “Most Dependable.” A Morehead Scholarship Semi-finalist, Fred Rose’s career at FHS has been marked by service. He has proved his outstanding leadership abilities in various capacities. In his sophomore year he was awarded the DAR Good Citizenship Award. He was elected Student Body Treasurer his junior year and he also attended the state conven- tion in Kinston and the District Conven- tion in Raleigh. A member of the Key Club, Fred held the office of Vice-President his junior year. He was also selected to serve as 1967 Marshal. Fred is now servipg as President of the Student Body. He was elected by his classmates as “Most Outstand- ing Citizen” this year. Outside of his school activities, Fred is an active member of First Presbyterian Church. He has served as Dis- trict Co-Chairman of the Youth Committee. Naturally, Fred is anticipating the future with plans of college. He hopes to attend Davidson or the University of North Caro- lina at Chapel Hill. 73 Morehead Nominees Announced Johnny Lambeth’s leadership and achievements have been most outstanding during his three years at FHS. During his senior year, he gained recogni- tion by being nominated for a Morehead Scholar- ship. He has demonstrated his leadership qualities as President of his sophomore and senior classes and representative of his junior class. He was also selected to serve as a 1967 Marshal. He was elected by his classmates as “Best All Around”. He at- tended the North Carolina Student Council Work- shop in Burlington his sophomore year and in Mars Hill his j unior year. Johnny is an active member of the First Presbyterian Church. He hopes to attend Davidson College. A Morehead Semi-finalist, Ray Wertheim has served FHS in various ways. As a senior he is serving on the Student Forum as President Pro Tempore. He is the president of his homeroom, and the president of the Hi-Y Club. In both his junior and senior years he was a delegate to the Annual Hi-Y Conference of the Carolinas. Ray’s outstand- ing achievements in the field of science have enabled him to win honorable mentions at the North Caro- lina State Science Fair. He has also placed first in the Southeastern N.C. District Science Fair in the Biological Division, both his junior and sophomore years. During Ray’s junior year, he won fourth place in the N.C. Science Fair. He has received awards from NASA in recognition of creative sci- entific medical project, and from the U.S. Air Force for the most outstanding work in the field of Aerospace Sciences. Last summer Ray was awarded a summer studentship by the United Medical Re- search Foundation, Inc. He worked under the Chair- man of the Department of Anatomy in the School of Medicine at U.N.C. Ray is member of the Beth Israel Congregation and the B’nai B’rith Youth Organization. Along with his interests in science, he enjoys football, basketball, and swimming. Af- ter graduation, he will attend U.N.C. at Chapel Hill. 74 Larry Bass has shown his capabilities in many ways during his three years at FHS. His participation in the Key Club, where he is serving as President this year, has been outstanding. He has represented it at District and Interna- tional conventions. Larry is an active member of the Na- tional Honor Society and the Varsity “F” Club. He has taken part on the basketball, cross country, and track teams and served as 1967 Marshal. Because of his many abilities and willingness to work, Larry is a Morehead Nominee and has been chosen “Most Likely To Succeed” by the senior class. When he is not working for the school, Larry enjoys golf and tennis. He is President of the Youth Council of Synder Memorial Baptist Church. After graduation, Larry plans to attend North Carolina State University. He is in- terested in the department of Physical Sciences and Applied Mathematics. In his two years at FHS, Ken Garrett has gained much recognition as an outstanding athlete. He participated in Varsity Football in both his sophomore and junior years. During his senior year, Ken had the distinction of being selected as All-East in the 4-A Conference. A member of the Varsity “F” Club, Ken enjoys participating in all sports. He studied karate in Okinawa for two years prior to coming to FHS. After returning from Okinawa, he pursued his interest in karate by becoming an active member of the Okinawa Kenpo Karate League. Ken’s other interest out- side of school include hunting and snorkeling. In addition to Okinawa, where he studied karate, he has had the op- portunity of travelling to Japan and Hawaii before coming to North Carolina. Vernon New was selected as an honorary after being an- nounced a National Merit Semi-finalist. During his three years at FHS, Vernon has been a member of the Spanish Club and has participated in sports as a member of the Cross country team. Vernon’s other activities include pho- tography. Often seen strolling around with his camera, Vernon seems to enjoy capturing the lives of people on film. He often takes pictures which are used by The Bulldog staff in the editing of the school paper. Vernon also is an active member of the Synder Memorial Baptist Church, where he participates in many of its functions and activities. Vernon has enjoyed travelling in places such as the Panama Canal Zone. Vernon’s interests in school center in the areas of mathematics and the physical sciences. Having been accepted at North Carolina State University, he plans to major in Civil Engineering. 75 The Governor’s School offers a program of seven weeks of summer study to four hundred students selected on the basis of their artistic or academic talents. Students reside and study on the campus of Salem College in Winston- Salem. By attending the Governor’s School, they are able to concentrate on their one special field and excel in it. They are also provided with the opportunity to apply their talents to their personal and cultural development. Those who attended the Governor’s School from FHS in 1967 are, from left to right: Donnita Butler (dance), William Fadul (Eng- lish), Karen Talley (French), Manuel Cabral (French), Margaret Mauney (drama). Peggy Hale’s three years at FHS exemplify service. She has served as Student Body Secretary and Vice-President along with sophomore homeroom president, French Club secretary, and Math Club secretary-treasurer. During her junior year Peggy was a delegate to the District NCSC Con- vention and this year she was a delegate to the State NCSC Convention. As a junior, Peggy was on the Steering Com- mittee for the Prom and was a member of the Miss FHS Program Committee. The senior class has elected her “Most Likely to Succeed” and “Most Outstanding Citizen.” In her junior year she was presented the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award. Peggy hopes to attend UNC at Chapel Hill. Her preferred subject and prospective major is math. 76 Students Win Other Honors The outstanding character of Kathy Gail- lard has made it possible for her to be the U.N.C.-G. Alumni Scholarship Nominee. Kathy has, in her three years at FHS, shown her leadership abilities by participating in clubs such as the Math Club, Latin Club, and Future Homemakers of America. She has also been on the Student Forum and is the treasurer of her homeroom this year. During her junior year, she worked on the decorations committee for the Junior-Senior Prom and the Miss FHS committee. Be- cause of her achievements in Latin, she was presented the Latin award in 1967. Kathy’s intelligence is shown through her work in the National Honor Society and the Senior class voted her “Most Intellectual.” Outside of school, Kathy takes an active part in Haymount Methodist Church where she is a member. She is secretary-treasurer of her Sunday school, vice-president of the Meth- odist Youth Fellowship, and president of the Girls’ Choir. Kathy is looking forward to attending UNC-G next year. Her preferred subject is Mathematics. In his past two years at FHS, Greg John- son has shown a great deal of interest in the Student Council. As a sophomore, he served as Class Treasurer, and he is presently serving as Treasurer of the Student Body. Last Year Greg attended the North Carolina Student Council Congress and the North Carolina Student Council Workshop at Mars Hill. Other phases of Greg’s leader- ship have been with his sophomore home- room where he served as president, and the Key Club. This year he is the parliamen- tarian of the Key Club, and he has been a delegate to the District and International Convention. Greg is also serving as Lieu- tenant Governor of Division IV of the Carolina’s district. Greg’s outstanding per- sonality has won him the opportunities of being a waiter at the Prom and a 1967 Marshal. He was also chosen as an an- nouncer and escort for the Miss FHS Con- test this year. Greg is president of the Cum- berland County Teen-Dems. He hopes to attend a North Carolina University after graduation. 77 Nationa Dan Grogan has demonstrated his outstanding scholastic abilities in his three years at FHS and was announced a National Merit Finalist. He has participated in several clubs, such as the Math Club and the French Club. As a member of the National Honor Society, Dan is now holding the position of parliamentarian. Dan has won first place in the state in the field of Electronics and first place in the region on the National French Test. In addition to these honors, he was chosen to attend a Gifted and Superior Student Project at Western Carolina Uni- versity for the Intensive Study of Advanced Chem- istry, in which he participated during the summer of 1967. Because of these achievements, he was voted by the senior class as “Most Intellectual.” Dan has also been an active member of the Catholic Youth Organization, of which he is activity chairman, and a member of the YMCA Chess Club. Dan has received an appointment to West Point where he will, of course, be studying military engineering. Not only has Carol Hayward excelled as a Na- tional Merit Finalist, but she has also demonstrated her skills and abilities in various other capacities. Much of her time is occupied by her duties as editor- in-chief of The Bulldog. She has also displayed her leadership as vice-president of her sophomore home- room, chairman of the Miss FHS decorations com- mittee, and chairman of the Junior-Senior Invita- tions Committee. She was chosen for the Steering Committee in her junior year and the Magazine Committee this year. Carol was also given one of the leading parts in the Senior Class play, My Sister Eileen. Carol’s interests outside of school are varied. She is presently serving as parliamentarian and his- torian of the Junior Army Daughters of America. Having been selected for the Youth Activities Civic Council is another of Carol’s achievements. She has been accepted at U.N.C.-G. where she plans to major in English. 78 Announced Martha Talley has been selected as a National Merit Finalist as well as a finalist in the National High School Competition on the United Nations. As a member of the Tri-Hi-Y she has served in the capacity of vice- president and district chaplain. In her junior year, she served as a delegate to the district convention as well as a delegate to the Carolinas convention. Martha has also demonstrated her leadership abilities by being elected treasurer of her sophomore class and president of her homeroom the same year. Also in her junior year she was a member of one of the Miss FHS com- mittees and the King and Queen Committee for the Prom. Martha’s outside interests include music, skiing, and surfing. Also, she is vice-president of the Ivey High School Garden Club, and president of the Youth Class of Salem Methodist Church. After graduation, Martha plans to attend Queens College or Carolina. Aerit Finalists Are Logan Robinson has gained the recognition of being a National Merit Finalist while at FHS. He was also voted by the senior class as “Most Talented.” Logan’s talents lie mainly in the field of music which occupies a large portion of his time outside of school. He has been a member of two of our local bands which have helped with school dances on various occasions. Logan took part in the annual talent show with one of his bands and as part of a folk-singing duet. Because of his interest in public speaking, he participated in the World Peace Speaking Contest. He is also a member of the activity committee for the senior class. Before coming to FHS, Logan attended Culver Military Academy in Indiana. His other travels include several states such as Michi- gan, Ohio, and Georgia. Logan has also traveled to vari- ous other countries like Canada, Newfoundland, and Venezuela. His plans for the future include continuing his education preferably at Yale or Harvard. 79 Becky Gates, a National Merit Finalist, has devoted her years at FHS to service and leadership. She served as treasurer of her sophomore homeroom and on the Refresh- ment Committee for the Prom in her junior year. Becky has been a member of the French Club and National Honor Society of which she was elected treasurer in her senior year. Among Becky’s other outstanding achievements is the credit of being a semi-finalist in the National Honor Society scholar- ship test and her attendance at the Governor’s School in the summer of 1966. Becky has also been of service to her church, Hay Street Methodist. She served as treasurer and president of her MYF. Other outside interests include play- ing the violin in the Fayetteville Symphony. Becky plans to major in social science at Carleton College in Minnesota. As a member of the wrestling team, Roy Guiterrez has proved his ability in sports. He won the Most Valuable Wrestler Award in his junior year and was the Eastern 4- A sectional and state champion in wrestling. In the Varsity “F” Club he has served as the president during his junior and senior years. Also, Roy has belonged to the Key Club and attended the Key Club convention this year. Ronnie Johns gained recognition this year by being a National Merit Finalist. Last year he placed sixth in the state in the National Math Test. He was also a semi-finalist in the National Honor Society Scholarship competition. Ronnie was a charter member of the Math Club and has served as president this year. Ronnie en- joys mathematics and physics and plans to at- tend Cornell, MIT, or U.N.C. 80 Scholarship Nominations Are Made As the Katherine Smith Reynolds Scholarship nominee, Elizabeth Hood has shown her scho- lastic and leadership abilities in many ways during her years at FHS. During her junior year Elizabeth served as secretary of the Tri-Hi- Y. She was also chairman of the Miss FHS Judges Committee and was on the Steering Committee for the Prom. She is now Lafamac editor and has recently been voted “Most De- pendable” by the senior class. Outside of school Elizabeth takes an active part in the Fayetteville Junior Garden Club of which she was president in her junior year. Also she was a member of the Fayetteville Youth Coun- cil during the same year. A member of High- land Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth plans to attend U.N.C.-G. after graduation. Recognized for outstanding entries in the Scholastic Art Competition are (from left to right) : John Allen, John Page, Pat Nunez, and Tom Benedict. John Page and Pat Nunez were each awarded one Certificate of Merit for their artistic entries. Tom Benedict received one certificate of Merit and three gold keys for his work in the field of photography. John Allen was the recipient of three Certificates of Merit and gold keys for his photography. Both Tom and John, winners of the gold keys, ad- vanced to the national competition with their entries. All these awards were won in the Pied- mont Regional Competition held in Greens- boro. 81 Day Is Important At FHS Each Members of the Key Club present a satire of merry old England. 82 From the beginning of every day to its close in the late afternoon, the students of FHS are involved in the task of gaining an education. These students reside in a bustling world of activity. Assemblies, pep rallies, tests, sports activities, and the con- stant search for knowledge make up the lives of every sophomore, junior, and senior. The sound of feet tramping down the halls, the cheers at pep rallies, whis- pered conversations at the breaks, and the sudden sigh of comprehension are the essence of our daily lives. M sflssBss t Excited students show their enthusiasm at the first football game. Glenda Mendelsohn supports the Bulldog Club by buying a Bull- dog button from cheerleader, Rosalind Godwin. Students listen to the urgings of the cheerleaders dur- ing a Friday morning pep rally. 83 September Starts A Busy Schedule Part of each day is the race from the crowded parking lot after school. j - ' A i II M | m - 4 f Z, Students take advantage of the patio facilities during lunch. 84 At the end of the day, the locker room is a routine stop for most students. October Brings Plans For Future Helpful Sophomores assist in directing students during College Night. Manuela Napier inducts Patty Geesin into the National Honor Society dur- ing the fall ceremony. Several inquiring students obtain information from the UNC representative during College Night. 85 November Presents New Miss FHS Students find lunch a time to complete homework, talk with friends, and relax. Happy parents kiss their daughter, Vickie Walden, as she is crowned Miss FHS. Coach Moody gives last minute coaching before players run onto the field at the start of the Wilmington game. December Is Filled With Activities The Senior Tri-Hi-Y members slaughter the Junior team in the Powder Puff Football game. Roy Guiterrez, Clyde Dominey, and Nick Lampros sell refresh- ments to students during a home basketball game. “Cheerleaders” from the Hi-Y support their favorite teams with various antics. Students in homeroom 10-9, Mr. Soles’ homeroom, enjoy their Christmas party - — the beginning of their Christmas vacation. 87 Annual Barbecue Is Success Members of the Student Council serve barbecue at their annual fund raising project. Mike Dibbert and Winnie McBryde take time to look at the prizes for high salesmen of the Student Council Barbecue. Physics students listen attentively as Dr. White introduces a new principle. 88 January Begins New Semester Coach Daskal watches as Coach Basinger and Sammy Parker tumble in an attempt to catch the ball at the Hi-Y game. Enthusiastic Hi-Y cheerleaders Jack O’Hale and James McLaughlin find ways to divert the faculty’s attention during the Hi-Y Faculty bas- ketball game. The auditorium provides a quiet refuge for students who wish to review their notes before mid-term exams. 89 Talent Show Brightens February Mona Willette and Johnny McGee audition for the annual Student Council Talent Show. “Sophomores” Paula Matthews, Cathy Bock, and Rosi McKenzie lead their section in a “sophisticated” cheer. Mrs. Hall demonstrates her school spirit during the final basketball pep rally. 90 Senior Play Concludes March Cyndi Mitchell and Jimmy Stanfield start making plans for their future education by looking through college catalogues in the guidance office. Nancy Van Hook and James Chesnutt try out for the Senior Class play, My Sister Eileen. Students crowd into the hall during a brief break after homeroom each morning. Mrs. McNeill, Miss Stanback; and Miss Perkins show a true French spirit as they demostrate the can-can in the Teachers’s Talent Show. 91 Mrs. Mask skeptically excuses Matt Kriwanek’s absence. Final Days At FHS Are Filled With Routine Activity Mike White, John Houston, Mary Ripley, and Ann Peabody inspect the paperback books in the student store during lunch. The student store is often crowded before school as students buy necessary supplies. 92 Seniors Anticipate Graduation The Call Of 94 Service 95 Council Provides Leadership SECRETARY: Winnie McBryde TREASURER: Greg Johnson 96 PRESIDENT: Fred Rose VICE-PRESIDENT: Peggy Hale this is ecvir.ced Physical science biology SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Advisors Mrs. McKay and Mrs. Surles check President: Johnny Lambeth; Vice-President: Bet Miller; Secretary: the Council’s new record in barbecue sales. Beth Fox; Treasurer: Sharon Dorsey; Representatives: Mitch Barefoot, Marshall Miller, Margaret McLean, Rick Newell. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President: Mike Dibbert; Vice-President: Ann Highsmith; Secretary: Becky McDiarmid; Treasurer: Elizabeth Scruggs; Representatives: Donna Dorsey, Carolyn Cogdell, Ronnie Smith, Richard Boyette. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President: William Fadul Vice-President: Mary Erwin King Secretary: Lisa Godwin Treasurer: Penney Makris Representatives: Reggie Barton, Gave Gilbert, Betsy Monroe, Charles Johnson Parliamentarian Dave Fernandez and Historian Kent Doxey glance through the Council Scrap- book. 97 Council And Forum Wor Hungry ticket holders line up for food at the Cot nci ' l barbecue. Mitch Barefoot and Sharon Dorsey look for their favor- ite numbers in the Forum’s Buzz Book. Acting as the hub in the wheel of all student organiza- tions, the Student Council, together with the Student Forum, provides the leadership for the year-round schedule of school activities. The Council encourages active student participation in the successful carry-through of projects beneficial to the school and student body. Every spring Student Council elections are held, involving a week-long campaign for the coveted offices of student body president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, class officers, and representatives. In order to be eligible to run for an office, a candidate must have and maintain an 80 average, with not less than a “B” on conduct. At the end of the week, campaign posters come down, and the newly- elected leaders take their places in the school government. This year, President Fred Rose guided the Council and school through one of its most profitable years with a record 2900 tickets sold in the Council barbecue. The money from this project is used to finance the student handbooks distributed at the beginning of school and to provide the Council scholarship. The student book store serves students’ needs and help to finance other projects. One of the most entertaining projects of the Council is the annual talent show held each spring. This talent contest, in addition to providing an hour of relaxation, gives many students an opportunity to display their talents and abilities on stage. Homecoming festivities are also planned and carried out by the Council. A cavalcade, the Homecoming game, and the crowning of the Homecoming queen are a few of the many details that must be taken care of by the student body leaders. Composed of 60 members, elected as presidents of their homerooms, the Student Forum meets once a month. The Forum, an integral part of student government, provides an opportunity for each homeroom to have a voice in school projects and affairs. Two of its major projects are selling Homecoming flowers and printing the Buzz Books, a directory of student names, addresses, and telephone numbers. Together the Student Council and Student Forum have made 1968 a great year at FHS. Homecoming participants practice on the football field in preparation for the big night’s activities. Forum member David Fowler sells Phillip Knight Homecoming flowers, a major Forum project. 98 Together For Better School Forum president Peggy Hale, vice-president Ray Wer- theim, and secretary Kelsey Sorensen lead Forum meetings and plan activities for members. President Peggy Hale explains Forum procedure to senior representative Andrew Cowley, junior Nancy Riggs, and sopho- more Bob Suttles. Gene Augustine, Carol Baucom, Linda Buie. Beth Cook, Dashiell Crigler, Jean Crowell, Deborah Crumpler, Bobby Decker, Jan Durham, Jolynn Edwards, Gail Fleck, Rick Gillam, Joe Grebner, Louise Hale, Philip Henderson. Dan Hicks, Debbie Hollingsworth, Walker Holmes, Sam Johnson, Judy Jonas, Ellen Loll, Raymond Luper, Mickey McIntosh, Kathy Moss, Marshall Miller, Jo Nagle, Rob O’Briant, Charles Odom, Pam Pearsall, Diane Psaki, Bill Thomas, Dean Vernakes, Kathy Vincoli, Nancy Riggs, Jim Semple, Laney Shackleford, Joel Smith, Kelsey Sorensen, Bob Suttles, Ray Wertheim, Melvin Westmoreland, Ginger Wrenn, and Leslie Young. 99 National Honor Society Presents the December inductions. Lighted candles flicker as the strains of Handel’s “Largo” mark the National Society inductions for 1968. Those students who are honored with membership are challenged to continue the pursuit of the Society’s ideals of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. The main money-making projects of the year include a cake walk, from which the proceeds are used for a schol- arship to be presented to a deserving senior on Awards Day in the spring. In December, members devote much time and effort to the selling of Christmas cards to in- crease the value of the scholarship. Mrs. Simmerman, advisor, and Sarah Von Rosenburg discuss the NHS Christmas card sale. Sandy Ambrose presents a student with the cake he has won during the NHS cake walk. 100 Scholarship To Deserving Senior Sandy Ambrose Mitch Barefoot Larry Bass Manuel Cabral, Jr. Deborah Lynn Cecil Jan Costa Dashiel Crigler Ellen Micki Dauer Tom Decker Linda DiCenso Juanita Lynn Duncan William Fadul Donna Jo Flora Kathy Gaillard Patricia Suzanne Geesin Rosalind Godwin Dan Grogan Peggy Hale Dan Hicks Peggy Holland Elizabeth Hood Jean Hyman Carla Irwin ■Ronnie Johns Judy Jonas Mary Erwin King Jacqueline Kronsburg Christie Leake Bill Lattimore George Louis Levi Becky Gates, treasurer; Diane Psaki, secretary; Sarah VonRosenburg, vice president; and Gary Funck, president organize the club’s activities. President, Gary Funck, opens induction cere- monies with an explanation of the Society’s ideals. 10 A new member is escorted to the stage after being inducted into the Honor Society. Laney Shackleford Donna Marie Smyth Christy Snipes Jimmy Stanfield William Jerry Stewart Karen Talley Margaret McLean Pat Mikell Phyllis Miller Cynthia Mitchell Robert Michael Murphy Manuela Napier Rick Newell Gerry Oakey Lucy Overton Mary Anne Padgett Christa Parks Thomas Gregory Powers Sue Ellen Reed Renee Riggsbee Jay Edward Rossi Inductees pledge to uphold the ideals of the NHS. Cydney Thorlton Vicki Walden Kathy Watson Mike West Melvin Westmoreland Deborah Lynn Willis Betty Yorke Jim Young Jeff Young 102 Laney Shackleford admits Fran Round to the cakewalk. Key Club’s Clean-up Benefits FHS Members earn money for a scholarship by holding a car-wash in the spring. Mike Rea and David Fowler edge the lawn during the clean-up campaign. Sponsored by the Fayetteville Kiwanis Club, the Key Club leaves a lasting impression upon those who maintain its high standards. Membership is based on scholarship, character, ability, and leader- ship. The Key Club sponsors many worthwhile projects during the year. A weekly radio show “Hi Topics” that is broadcast each Saturday morning, a Christ- mas tree which is decorated to stand in the school lobby during the Christmas season, and a Campus Clean-Up benefit all of the student body and faculty. Programs are distributed at football games, a car wash is held, and a scholarship is presented to a deserving senior in the spring. This year the Key Club sent newspapers to our nation’s servicemen who are overseas. They also took a busload of child- ren to Kiwanis Kid’s Day at Pope Air Force Base. The Key Club constantly serves our school, com- munity, and nation through its inspiring program of recreation, service, and leadership. Key Clubbers prepare for a final bow following their model assembly. Mitch Rarefoot assists a student at the office counter before the school day begins. 103 Key Club Sends Newspapers Rick Newell, secretary; Fred Rose, vice-president; Ben Hill, treasurer; and Larry ' Bass, president plan the order of business to be discussed at a meeting. Mr. Brooks Smith, advisor, talks with mem- bers before a meeting. Kenny Adams Brent Ayala Mitch Barefoot Bobby Bell Richard Boyette Andrew Cowley Dickie Decker Mike Dibbert William Fadul Dave Fernandez Ronnie Ferrell Doug Foster David Fowler Joe Grebner Roy Gutierrez Bob Henderson Dan Hicks Robert Ingraham Charles Johnson Larry Bass presides over a club meeting. 104 To Servicemen In Vietnam Greg Johnson Sam Johnson Kirk Jones Gary Linn Bruce McFerren Bob Mattox Jeff Nease Mike Rea Mike Royal Paul Shaw Jimmy Stanfield Scotty Stapleton Robert Stevenson Bob Suttles Ralph Vitolo Dean Vumakes Eddie Waren Melvin Westmoreland The model assembly allows the members to dem- onstrate their various talents. Andrew ' Cowley and Robert Stevenson mend broken curbing in the parking lot during their clean-up campaign. Jeff Nease and Andrew Cowley weigh newspapers to be sent to Vietnam at a local post office. 1 05 Tri-Hi-Y Adopts Foreign Orphan Laughter and girls’ voices fill the Y.M.C.A. building twice each month as the Tri-Hi-Y comes together to plan its projects and to take part in interesting and informa- tive programs. One evening in December those voices turned to the subject of hungry children, and by a unanimous vote it was decided to “adopt” a foreign orphan. The club voted to give financial support to an orphanage on foreign soil, which in turn would use those funds to care for one par- ticular child — the Tri-Hi-Y’s own. Another project carried out by the mem- bers was the support of a needy family at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Becoming en- thusiastic over the project, the club held a talent show in April to provide more gifts for the family. Newly inducted club mem- bers participated in the show, while old members brought canned goods as their ad- mission tickets. In December the club helped the Hi-Y to host the Hi-Y Carolinas Convention, provid- ing transportation and housing for the boys, and serving at the meals. At the end of the year a substantial scholarship is awarded by the club to a deserving senior, to be used at the college of his choice. The Tri-Hi-Y’s projects are financed by the Capitol’s fall fashion show, which the group sponsors along with the Hi-Y, and by the annual Powder Puff Football Game. Throughout its activities the Tri-Hi-Y seeks to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian character. Tri-Hi-Y officers decorating the Y.M.C.A. for Christmas are: Laney Shackle- ford, recording secretary; Nancy Riggs, corresponding secretary; Martha Talley, vice-president; Kent Doxey, president; Nancy Smith, chaplain; Christy Snipes, historian; Lea Barnes, parliamentarian, and Carolyn Melvin, treasurer. Sandy Ambrose Margaret Anderson Lea Barnes Brooks Bryson Carlyne Clifton Carolyn Cogdell Kent Doxey Jan Durham Louise Hale Peggy Hale Mary Ann Henschen Anne Highsmith Walker Holmes Elizabeth Hood Scotty Hood Kitty Hubbard Judy Jonas Mary Erwin King Winnie McBryde Margaret McLean Pam McRainey 106 As Its World Service Project Penny Makris Patty Mann Carolyn Melvin Bet Miller Marshall Miller Beth Morrison Jo Nagle Carol Neal Fran Olver Cathy Perkins Mamie Pope Dottie Rankin Nancy Riggs Peggy Ringer Mary Frances Robertson Elizabeth Scruggs Laney Shackleford Nancy Smith Mary Louise Snell Christy Snipes Betsy Stroup Betsy Stroup leaves the Y.M.C.A. with a box of canned goods for the needy family adopted by the Tri- Hi-Y at Thanksgiving. Carol Neal prepares to take an out-of-town delegate to the home of his host at the Hi-Y Carolinas Convention. 107 Tri-Hi-Y Seniors Rout Juniors Speed told the story in the annual Tri-Hi-Y Powder Puff Football Game, as time after time seniors Lea Barnes and Fran Olver streaked around the end for yardage, much to the dismay of the helpless Junior Fillies. Early in the first quarter Olver took a handoff from Barnes and was off around her own left end and over the goal line. Christy Snipes made the score 7-0, run- ning the pigskin up the middle for the extra point. The Tigers’ second successful drive came in the third quarter, when Olver and Snipes again combined for the touchdown and extra point. Halftime entertainment was provided by the sopho- more Tri-Hi-Y members, who e orted the 1967 Powder Puff Court onto the field and crowned Jerry Peele Powder Puff King. Jerry Peele beams at the side of his sophomore escort, Jo Nagle, after being crowned Powder Puff King. The Senior Tabu Tigers are shown with their coaches, Bobby Bell and Nick Lampros. Not pictured is Coach Bruce McFerren. Mary Ellen Van Hout and Carol York provide entertain- ment at the new members’ talent show. 108 14-0 In Powder Puff Game Lea Barnes sweeps around her own left end for yardage, while her teammates make short work of a potential Fill ies attacker. The Junior Faberge Fillies pause with their coaches, Charles Smith and Roger Wilson. Not pictured is Coach Andy Burch. Laney Shackleford reads a letter to the club from its adopted foreign child. Johnny Lambeth is fitted for a jacket that he will model in the Hi-Y Tri-HLY sponsored Capitol Fashion Show. 109 Hi-Y Hosts Mark Wright, Sammy Parker, and Tri-Hi-Y members Cathy Perkins and Laney Shackleford welcome two delegates to the Hi-Y Carolinas conven- tion. 1 00 Delegates Jerry Peele sells Connie Carpenter an FHS decal. Rob O’Briant and James McLaughlin direct buses bringing elementary school students to a performance by the North Carolina Symphony. Tim Bartholomew Reggie Barton Barry Bean Bill Boyce Andy Burch Stan Crumpler Edward Davis Mike Dees Dana Kelly Buster Killam Johnny Lambeth Steve Largent Larry Lean Ronnie Lepors Sonny LeTrent Sam Lindsay James McLaughlin Don Matheson Bob Newton Ranny Nimocks Pat Nunez I 10 To The Carolinas Convention Service began early in the year for the Hi-Y Club, a boys’ organization whose purpose it is to extend high standards of Christian character throughout the home, school, and community. While most students were still engaged in summer activities, the Hi-Y members were already back at school, distributing books to teachers in preparation for the opening of the 1967-68 term. As the year progressed the Hi-Y continued to serve. Club members were present at the Back-to- School P.T.A. and the Miss FHS Contest to direct traffic, a service they also performed for buses bringing elementary school students to FHS for the North Carolina Symphony’s concert. In late October the boys provided escorts for the Home- coming Court during the halftime activities. At Christmas and Easter the club sponsored a party for underprivileged children at the Y.M.C.A. In March the annual Hi-Y spring semi-formal dance was held. Every Sunday afternoon throughout the year the Hi-Y broadcasts a radio program over station W.F.A.I. Other year-long projects include films for the students at Hillsboro Street School. This year the Hi-Y Carolinas Convention was held in Fayetteville, with over one hundred delegates attending from all over North and South Carolina. Many of the Hi-Y projects are financed through the Capitol’s fall fashion show, sponsored in con- junction with the Tri-Hi-Y. The club also sells FHS decals and holds the annual student-faculty basket- ball game to raise funds. Through its activities the Hi-Y seeks to raise by example the ideals of fellow students and members of the community. . m The Hi-Y’s activities were led this year by: Mr. Landreth, advisor; Ronnie Lepors, chaplain; Ray Wertheim, president; Sammy Parker, treasurer; Mark Wright, vice-president; Reggie Barton, secretary; and Bob Newton, parliamentarian. Mr. Hart scrambles after a runaway ball as Bob Newton Mark Wright, and Johnny Lambeth watch. Richard West Mark Wright Jimmy Young Rob O ' Briant Jack O ' Hale Butch O ' Quien Sammy Parker Jerry Peele Jack Peterson Chris Prather Bryan Richardson Calvin Riddle Jim Semple Sammy Short Jimmy Smith Tom Tharp Ray Wertheim I I Hi-Y Loses Student- Jack O’Hale selects records for the weekly Hi-Y radio program over station W.F.A.I. Pat Nunez scrambles to the top of the faculty cheerleaders’ pyramid and gives a victory cheer as students leave the gym after the faculty victory. Richard West and Tom Tharp escort Nancy Van Hook and Elizabeth Hood off the field at the afternoon rehearsal of the Homecoming halftime activities. Faculty Game Hi-Y members and teachers battle for the re- bound. Members ol second period D.E. Club; Front row: Terri Clark, Gail Tyson, Sharon McLamb, Karen Ward. Back row: Liz Cox, Millie Parker, Erika Stuphin, Bruce Ellison, Maria Warren. Standing: Kaye Williford, Diane Watts, listen to explanations of DECA week. Dr. Price Advises D.E. Club A serious sense of responsibility and a willingness to work are important characteristics for D.E. Club members. Students qualifying for this activity must undergo screening by Dr. Price and prove their competence on the job and in school. Regular monthly meetings are held and members participate in district conventions. A spring banquet honoring the em- ployers of D.E. members is one of the highlights of the year. Dr. Price enlightens his third period class with his “keys to success.” Officers of the D.E. Club are introduced: Jeannette Pilon, Treasurer; Donna Melo, Secretary; Cher Hurt, Co-President; Kathy Peoples, Presi- dent; and Denise Boisvert, Vice-President. 113 Art Club Serve Art Club officers making plans for a field trip are: Rob Herndon, president; Pat Nunez, vice-president; Diane Davis, treasurer; and Cher Hurt, secretary. I 14 Terry Wood and Suzanne Zahran change the Art Club’s “calendar display.” “Seven days ’til vacation,” FHS students were re- minded as they passed through the main lobby one day in December. The Art Club kept all concerned posted on the passage of time by a display on the bulletin board that each day was altered to read one day less until the holidays. Another display urged students to support the basketball and wrestling teams. Whatever the message, the four bulletin boards in the main lobby are always tastefully and attractively done by Miss McKeithan and the Art Club members. Another service project of the group this year was the adoption of a needy family at Christmas. As well as providing food and other essentials for the family, the Art Club made decorations for a tree that was taken to the home. In January the club took a field trip to the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. The trip also included a tour of the School of Design at North Caro- lina State University. Throughout their activities, it is the aim of the Art Club to open new horizons for its members in the field of art, whether it be in service to the school and community, in new concepts of design, or in the works of such masters as Rembrandt and Van Gogh. fhrough Creativity Mrs. Stewman shows the group her beautiful handmade tree ornaments. Club members enjoy refreshments at the December meet- ing. Making Christmas decorations for the needy family Angie Glenn, and Mary Nicholas. are: Sandie Sparrow, Anita Davis, Judy Peterson, Bobby Beau Tom Benedict Connie Blackburn Jack Bullard Nancy Champlin Debbie Cbason Harriet Chestnutt Gail Cogdell Gloria Croom Linda Dicenzo Angie Glenn Ron Harmon Sally Holcomb Dick Hopfer Mike Kusakabe Anita Kyle Bill Lattimore Renee Lunceford Mary Anne McBennett Mike Melvin Betsy Monroe Penny Makris Mary Nicholas John Page Pat Patterson Jerome Pearce Judy Peterson Robert Reynolds Participation Sparks Learning more about France, its language and customs, is the goal of the French II Club. Mem- bers are students taking second year French who are maintaining a “B” average in the language and who show an active interest in the study of French. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month with an interesting program planned by officers and members. Refreshments, often made from real French recipes, are served following dis- cussions of interest to members in the range of France and French subjects. This year’s president, Marilyn Hurdle, guided the group in a wide range of activities which in- cluded the club’s annual major project, the selling of refreshments at the Powder Puff Game. The profit made from this is used to pay for the club’s various expenses incurred during the year. Jane Baluss gives an interesting talk on Paris and the French way of life. Patsy Allison Jane Baluss Camille Batton Georgianna Baucorn Edwin Braswell Donna Bunce Marsh Butler Judy Cavin Linda Cohen Bobby Davis Debbie Deshields Connie Dudley Mancene Edmondson Mary Virginia Farrior Linda Francis Gaye Gilbert Ray Griffin Louise Hale Mary Ann Henschen Diane Henson Gretchen Hevenor Kris Hevenor Ann Highsmith Billie Jo Hobson Linda Hoffmann Marilyn Hurdle Becki Ireland Carolin Kelly Ellen Kennedy ' Anita Kyle Bobby Lancaster Patrick Lee Louis Levi Raymond Luper Barbara Mashburn Joanne McCarthy French II Club Linda Miller Pam Mitcham Pam Nichols John Page Pam Pearsall Mamie Pope Cackle Powell Sam Roberts Julie Round Angela Royal Dena Squires Anne Thompson Diane Warren Marcia White Terry Williams Patricia Wilson President Marilyn Hurdle begins a meeting with announcements of the club’s future plans. Patsy Allison, Gretchen Hevenor, and Diane Henson wrap refreshments to sell at the Powder Puff Game. Vice-President Mary Louise Snell, Treasurer Louise Hale, and Secretary Mamie Pope discuss plans for the club’s activities. 117 French lll-IV Club Raises French language, arts, literature, archi- tecture, and way of life are among the variety of subjects studied by the mem- bers of the French III-IV Club. This in- formation is presented in the interesting programs at every monthly meeting in the forms of speeches, skits, and discus- sions. Through these experiences the mem- bers become proficient in the French language and learn about French culture. Under the leadership of William Fadul, president, the club began its third year with its largest membership of seventy- three third and fourth year French stu- dents. In addition to its study of France, the club carries on other activities. The members worked with the French II Club to make and sell refreshments at the Tri-Hi-Y football game. President William Fadul, Treasurer Susan Buchanan, Secretary Fran Round, and Vice-President Manuel Cabral search for program ideas. Sandy Ambrose Judy Bennett Linn Benzon Cathy Bock Mattje Brooks Connie Carpenter James Chesnutt Edward Collins Glenn Crook Don Croom Tom Decker Val Dodge Mike Fowler Gary Funck Becky Gates Nancy Greer Lisa Godwin Dan Grogan Joan Hard Pam Hargis Barbara Harrill Carol Hayward Pam Holcomb Carla Irwin Dory Kestner Jackie Kronsburg Mike Lampros Janice LePors Ellen Loll Janet McCorquodale Money At Powderpuff Game Penney Makris Lisa Marshall Kay Melvin Janet Mendelsohn Bet Miller Anne Mills Cyndie Mitchell Betsy Monroe Beth Morrison Val Dodge and Brian Richardson present French readings to the club. Brian Richardson Mary Frances Robertson Rosalind Rulnick Joey Rusham Dianne Scarborough Pam Scherer Laney Shackleford Nancy Slaughter Randy Smith Donna Smyth Fran Spath Lynn Stapleton Jerry Stewart Karen Talley Martha Talley Dick Taylor Lynda Trudeau Susie Ward Eddie Waren Mary White Dee Wright Carol York Bette Yorke Leslie Young Donna Nelms Vicki Owen Christa Parks Dave Patterson Pat Plank 1 19 Annual Slave Sale Provide “Going once. Going twice ...” another slave is sold to an FHS student. The Latin Club, headed by Beth Fox as president and its advisor, Mrs. Grady, holds an auction of slaves to make money for its spring banquet. At the auction, members of the club, dressed in the apparel of the Roman slaves, are sold to the highest bidders. In return, they carry books and lunch trays and open doors for their “masters” for an entire school day. Club meetings, which are held on Tuesdays once a month, combine a variety of activities such as studying the ancient Roman culture, planning for the slave sale, or having a well-deserved party at Christmastime. In the spring, a large banquet for the club members and their guests features Roman attire and food to help the club members live what they are studying. The purpose of the Latin Club is to allow students of Latin at FHS to participate in a revival of this once dead language. The members learn to appreciate the lives and culture of the Romans. Slaves Beth Fox, Paula Dawkins, and Kay N eider wait for their turns t o be auctioned. Club members sing Christmas carols around their Christ- mas tree. Sue Afflick Josef Bath, jr. Becky Buck Janice Butler Jane Byrd Paula Coleman Lucy Collins Dashiell Crigler William Davis Paula Dawkins Donna Dorsey Kent Doxey Jolynn Edwards Ann Elmore Tony Farrell Portia Ford Paula Dawkins helps Sue Afflick pre- pare to be sold at auction. 120 Funds For Roman Feast Officers Manuela Napier, treasurer; Scotty Hood, vice presi- dent; Beth Fox, president; and Diane Maness, secretary, discuss programs for the year. Beth Fox Robert Fritz Mrs. Grady passes out the goodies to merry-making Latin Club members at the Christmas party. Nick Gentile George Graham Marsha Green Laurie Hill Linda Hill Scotty Hood Moira Kelly Alan Kinsey Ann Lassiter William Lattimore Becky McDiarmid Susan McDonald Jean McPhail Diane Maness Ralph Melvin John Monaghan Wayne Moore Mike Murphy Manuela Napier Kaye Neider Jeff Norris Pat O’Brient Ann O’Hale David Owen Sharon Peterson Charlie Reeves Maureen Rice Debbie Rios Tim Rose Lucy Safran William Sasser Mary Anne Siewers Carol Simmons Craig Spradley Helena Stoeckly Janet Sutton Ina Tart Karen Threatt Jenette Trypack Hamilton Underwood Eddie White Jack Wilson 121 Spanish Club Studies To bring the cultures of Spanish-speaking coun- tries to its members is the purpose of the Spanish Club. Throughout the year the club conducts pro- grams on Latin and South American countries. The officers brought before the group this year such guest speakers as Miss Toi McKeithan, a former Peace Corps worker in Peru, who brought with her a host of hand-crafted articles made by the Peruvian people. Another speaker was Andrew Cowley, a native of Cuba, who talked to the club about his life there as a child. Throughout its programs the Spanish Cluh seeks to recreate the atmospheres of countries once settled by Spanish colonists. Miss Toi McKeithan shows the Spanish Club some clothing from Peru. Spanish Club members play Bingo at a monthly meeting. Lucy Alligood Mike Alvarez Sharon Baker Norma Beard Barbara Beavers Cecilia Bechirth Susan Bennett Owen Bertschi Erskine Blount Sue Bowers Terry Brown Betsy Buie Phyllis Bullard Bill Cagle Deborah Chason Harriet Chestnutt Carolyn Cogdell 122 Peruvian Culture The Spanish Club officers discuss plans for an up-coming program. They are: Dave Fernandez, president; Margaret Pigott, treasurer; Robin Zollars, secretary; and Sharon Dorsey, vice-president. Jeff Hurr Tina Illiucci Charles Johnson Cathy Cole Melinda Creed Jean Crowell Derryl Culbreth Trudy Darley Linda DiCenzo Sharon Dorsey Norma Dozier Jan Durham Carolyn Eggleston Dave Fernandez Janet George Joe George Jerry Griffin Rosalind Godwin Melissa Hair Rebecca Hall Joby Hauer Linda Hight Debbie Hollingsworth Dorothy Holmes 123 Spanish Club Hears Talk Bill Pappas, Betsy Buie, Jean Crowell, Lucy Overton, and Melissa Haire examine the flags of some Spanish-speaking countries during a panel discussion. Paula Katsaidas Patricia Kelleher Phyllis Kolody Harriet Lancaster Amanda Lanham Hazel Linn Ray Lockamy Sheila Love Rene Lunceford Jack McAllister James McLaughlin Helen McLeod Doris McRae Pattie Mann Bonnie Maynard Kathy Moss Martha Nance Jeff Nease Vernon New Ranny Nimocks Carolyn Norris Barbara O’Brien John Oden Daryl Ogglesby Jack O’Hale Lucy Overton Brenda Page Bill Pappas Julianne Parker Pat Patterson Anne Peabody 124 By Native Of Cuba Linda Peebles Debby Perry Jan Peterson Katie Pezelle Margaret Pigott Pat Pollard Diane Psaki Dottie Rankin Dottie Rawley Beth Ray Sue Reed Bob Reynolds Renee Rigsbee Carolyn Rittenbury Joy Robbins Mike Roberts Mark Royal Sally Shaw Donna Simpson Bonnie Smith Joel Smith Barbara Stout Dan Stout Betsy Stroup Carolyn Traylor Donna Turner Yolanda Ugaldi Nancy Van Hook Bobby Vause Steve Verne Vicki Walden Louise Walters Kathy Watson Sandy Yarborough Robin Zollars Andrew Cowley, a native of Cuba, talks to the Spanish Club about his homeland. Mr. Carr, club advisor, looks over program plans before a meeting. 125 German Club Learns And Grows Germany is the key word in all German Club discussions. Since its organization four years ago, the German Club has given interested students an opportunity to learn more about Germany — its language, customs, and character as a nation. Films and lectures by guest speakers at meetings make the meetings entertaining as well as informative. Personal experiences recounted by members who have lived or traveled in Germany make Germany a very real place to those who have not been there. A Christmas party at the home of advisor, Mrs. Wright, was the highlight of the year’s activi- ties. Other group activities for the year were planned by president Jerry Oakey and members of the club. The German Club hopes to develop a greater understanding between people on a shrink- ing globe. German Club officers Jerry Oakey, president; Bonnie Britton, treasurer; and vice-president Sid Lanier look through a new German magazine. Bonnie Britton Sally Burke Jame Cavano Todd Clarenback Dashiell Crigler Angie Glenn Dave Godwin Michael Green Lynn Harmon Dee Hill Juanita Hollingsworth Febreu Holston Bobbie Jones . Mike Jordan Sid Lanier Rosi McKenzie Sylvia McKenzie Debbie Morehead Jerry Oakey ' Bedelia Pagan Diane Parks Marsha Ruffin Tony Small Doyle Smith Frank Srednicki Boyd Strickland Vicky Turner 126 Ronnie Johns, John King, and advisor Mrs. Elkins work a math problem during one of the club’s monthly meetings. Math Club Works And Studies The Math Club was organized during the 1966-67 school year in order to stim- ulate an interest in mathematics by those talented and interested in this field of study. All members maintain high averages in their math studies and hope eventually to employ their talents in life-long pursuits. With the help of advisor Mrs. Susan Elkins, members use their monthly meet- ings to expand and improve their knowledge of mathematics by working problems and discussing math-related subjects. All club programs are designed to carry the superior math student beyond what can be offered in the classroom. One of the main objectives of the Math Club is to drill the members in problem solving so that they will be more proficient in this field. Consequently, they strive to improve individual scores on the National Exam which the members take in the spring. A definite improvement was shown last year and the present members hope to better the record this year. Manuel Cabral John Cautlin William Fadul Gary Funk Kathy Gai llard Dan Grogan Peggy Hale Ronnie Johns Judy Jonas John King Mary Ann Kohler Tom Nichols Jerry ' Oakey Jimmy Stanfield Mary Ann Padgett Dan Stout Karen Talley Sarah Von Rosenberg Betty York Jeff Young 127 Scottish Dancers Perform A To keep alive the Scottish traditions of early Fayetteville is the purpose of this unusual organiza- tion, the Scottish Dancers. This year the Dancers performed their Scottish Dances at Homecoming, the Raleigh Folk Arts Festival, and before civic organizations. They won first place for their performance at the State Fair. To finance their many activities the Scottish Dancers sponsors the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance and sells shakers at the football games. All of these activities are under the capable supervision of Miss MacKeithen, faculty sponsor and former Scottish Dancer. Brooks Bryson — Vice-president, Nancy Smith — Secretary, Pam McRainey — President, Renee Riggsbee — Treasurer. Miss MacKeithen, Advisor Melinda Creed and Kent Doxey make 128 shakers to sell at football games. Suzanne Ishee — Pat Pollard Raleigh Folk Arts Festival Marshall Miller — Louise Hale Beth Morrison — Lucy Safran Walker Holmes — Betsy Monroe Kent Doxey — Scotty Hood 129 Susan McDonald — Margaret McLean — Cackie Powell Georgianna Baucom — Mary Ann Henchen Couples pause for a moment of rest from tiring square dancing. 130 Mary Erwin King — Christy Snipes Sarah VonRosenburg— Janet McCorquodale Dancers Win Fair Competition Dancers prepare to dance before the Homecoming crowd. 131 Senior High Singers Compete Members of first period Mixed Chorus are: Front row: Dan Johnson, David Freeman, Vicky Turner, Dottie Baker, Becky McDiarmid, Tina Iuliucci, Mary Ann Steele, Linda Smith, Gail Fleck, Connie Faircloth, Debra Lindsey. Second row: Mr. Ray, Mac Jackson, Mikee Jackson, Dorothy Wicker, Jackie Hall, Donna Shel- ton, Ann Lynn Montooth, Marsha Ivey, Sue Stancil, Pat Guerra. Third row: Alvin Leslie, Linda Hoffman, Bonnie Smith, Linda Dexter, Barbara Burnett, Susan Creed, Thomasina Everette, Kathy Pettice, Louine Clegg, Donna Stone, Robin Mercado. Beth Cook presents Mr. Ray a Christ- mas gift as a token of appreciation from the Senior High Singers. Members of the diligent robe committee, Barbara Beav- ers, Neil Watson, and Dee Campbell, check in robes from Val Dodge and Richard West. 132 Combined voices of the Senior High Singers include Front row: Pat O’Briant, Terry Rogers, Beth Cook, Dottie Rawley, Cydney Thorlton, Linda Ivey, Keith Perkins, Frank Hardwick, Richard West, Pat Coalson, Barbara Beavers, Helena Stokey, Dawn Maultsby. Second row: Mr. Ray, Johnny McGee, Mona Lisa Willette, Paula Mhthews, Val Dodge, John Montgomery, Raymond Luper, Neil Watson, Tim Vickers, Karen Johnson, Janice Mitchell, Cynthia Truitt, Jackie Holland. Third row: Dee Campbell, Glen Crook, Ellen n State Music Festival The refrain gains momentum, reaches the cli- max, and then plunges down chromatically to the conclusion. The Singers have blended their voices into that universal language of song. The annual Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Spring concerts are anticipated by the entire student body. In addition to these concerts at school, the choir is called up- on to perform for civic groups. Much hard work is done by the choir before each concert. Student directors, Susan Pell, Mona Willette, and Paula Matthews, assist Mr. Ray in interpreting tempo and rhythmical patterns to the choir. Marion Burton diligently pounds the melo- dies on the piano helping each section read their part. The finished product is one of combined voices molded into graceful phrases through Mr. Ray’s direction. The sextet blends varied harmony into their original arrangements. These girls are chosen each year by the senior members of the group and all work is accomplished strictly out of school. It is because of their entertaining talent that clubs in the area request their special performances. Annually the Singers bring recognition to FHS by traveling to Wilmington for state competi- tion in choral music. The sextet: Beth Cook, Val Dodge, Dottie Rawley, Pat Coalson, Lynne Byrd, and Barbara Beavers, present the student body with an intensely moving selection “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor.” Kennedy, Bobbie Ross, Diane Warren, Jim Britt, Tom Benedict, George W. Williams, Leslie Young, Judy Yandow, Beth Ray, Lynn Byrd. Fourth row: Russ Davenport, George B. Williams, Ann Thomp- son, Terri West, Ray Moore, Albert Bryant, John Rayburn, Kitty Hubbard, Rachel Eagle, Marion Burton, Sam Roberts, Kenneth Strother, Worth Stevens, Margaret Ligon, Beverly Berry, Steve Largent, Melvin Smith, Beth Martin, Nancy Greer, and Susan Pell. Mr. Ray indicates a tempo change to Susan Pell, his student director, and Marion Burton, his faith- ful accompanist. 133 Combined Talents Of The members of the marching band are: Front row: Alexis Mann, Vicki Perry, Mickie McIntosh, Carol Morrison, Lynda Buie. Second row: Jeff Norris, Patrick Lee, Joyce Rigsbee, Mary Bryant, Robin Morrison, Jimmy Tyndall, Mike Mazarick. Third row: Paul Saunders, Pam Nichols, Amy Kirkpatrick, Kathy Ruffner, Reid Morgan, Brent Hodges, David Hicks, Vera Keys, Daphne Manning. Fourth row. Debbie Pope, Jame Cavano, Omega Clay, Margaret Mauney, Bobbie Thompson, Billy Mayville, George Turner, Bill Grimes, Lenora Keys. Fifth row: Jimmy Harris, John Wright, Jerry Brown, Don Byrd, Bob Barbour, Terry Norris, Bill Schadel, Susan Schadel, Harry Edmond. Sixth row: Efrain Santana, Wade Stanley, Danny Ellis, Gary Riddle, Joe Milanese, Art Levine, Doug Field, Peter Soldan, John McRainey, Mike Whiddon. Seventh row: Sammy Clark, Danny Runkle, Lance Marguglio, David Shirley, Kenny Carter, Alan Tillery, Tommy Meares, Wallace Pittman, Melvin Smith. Eighth row: Steve Forrett, Bob Hender- son, John McCallum, Dewitt Ayres, Ricky Harmon, Phil Henderson, Thomas Lee, Ken Hutchinson, Victor Harris. Ninth row: Roger Ashford, David Walthall, David Thompson, Wayne Alsup, Ken Gibson, Randy Smith, Tommy Melvin, Mike Storie, Mac Tyson. Standing: Susan Pell, student director; Emily Lucas, majorette; Mr. Reichle, band director; Bob McMahan, drum major. 134 Mr. Reichle takes time out from his director’s duties to announce the Band’s Christmas program. Student director, Susan Pell, and assistants, Susie Schadel and Jimmy Tyndall, discuss contest materials. Members Form 1 968 Band Members of The 1968 Band Letter Club are: Susan Pell, Jimmy Tyndall, Mary Bryant, Margaret Mauney, Robin Morrison, Joyce Rigsbee, David Hicks, Carol Morrison, Danny Runkle, and Brent Hodges. The Pep Band, under the direction of Susan Pell, adds much to the school spirit shown at basketball games. The Concert Band presents its annual Christmas program. 135 Band Enlarged In 1 968 The band boosts school spirit during Homecoming activities. “Attention! Forward March!” With thes commands the FHS Marching Band swings inti action in early August. Hours of work and prac tice are given by each member to present coloi ful halftime shows and music at pep rallies an football games. Amid all the preparation for performance this organization sells community birthda’ calendars to raise money for band uniforms The band also takes time out to represent the school at U.N.C. on Band Day and at variou parades during the year. This year nineteen members of the Concer Band represented FHS at the North Carolin; Southeastern District High School Band Clinic in Rockingham. After the football season the Concert Band im mediately delves into the difficult task of pre paring for the State Contest, striving to main tain an “excellent” rating. Members of the Concert Band also give many hours to partici pate in the small pep band which performs a basketball games. The work never ends. There are candy sales parades, public performances, and hard work; but the Band marches on. The 1967 Senior Band Awards were awardee 1 to the following students: Service Medal, Susan Pell; Senior Leadership Medal, Jack Fisher; Senior Service Medal, Palmer Kinser; National Arion Medal, Richard Todd; and Band Parent Scholarship, Pat Murphy. Bob McMahan, drum major, observes the marching band. FHS majorettes: Emily Lucas, Linda Buie, Carol Morrison, Alexis Mann, Vicki Perry, and Micki McIntosh, strike a familiar pose. 136 The Stage Band practices before its performance at the Miss FHS contest. The annual Homecoming cavalcade is led by the familiar ' Band-Wagon”. The FHS Marching Band (center) participates in Band Day in Chapel Hill. Margaret Mauney, Mary Bryant, Brent Hodges, Jame Cavano. Second row: Kathy Ruffner, Jimmy Tyndall, Susie Schadel, Susan Pell, Bill Schadel, Patrick Lee, Joyce Rigs- bee. Third row: John McRainey, Harry Edmonds, Melvin Smith, John McCallum, John Wright and Bob McMahan review their music before attending the Clinic in Rocking- ham. 137 Varsity “F” Club Formed To Vice-President Bobby Clause, President Roy Gutierrez, Secretary Tony Small, and Treasurer Nick Lampros assemble in Coach Moody’s office for an executive meeting. Membership in the Varsity “F” Club is a hard-earned honor. Each boy in the club has proven exceptional sportsmanship and skill in one or more of the eight varsity sports and has been awarded an athletic letter by the coaching de- partment. The sports include foot- ball, basketball, baseball, track, ten- nis, golf, wrestling, and cross coun- try. Newly formed, the Varsity “F” Club replaces the Monogram Club which was the former varsity letter- men’s club. In addition to encouraging high ideals of sportsmanship and creat- ing enthusiasm for the FHS ath- letic events, the club strives to serve the school and the com- munity. Among its activities have been ushering the reserved seats at football games, distributing bas- ketball schedule posters through- out the city, and sponsoring a dance after the Powderpuff Foot- ball Game. The athletes also sell refreshments at all home basket- ball games. Larry Bass Roy Batton Barry Bean Bobby Bell Owen Berchi Bill Boyce Jim Britt Andy Burch Mack Byrd Bill Conner Glenn Crook Billy Davis Joe Day Bobby Decker Malcolm Fields Herbert Frye Ken Garrett Bob Henderson Chuck Hickey Jeff Hurr Ricky Jenkins Robert Johnson Mike Kestner Buster Killam John Lambeth Ronnie Lepors Gary Linn Paris Lusk Bob MacLane Richard McDuffie 138 Honor Athletic Achievements Malcolm Fields places a. basketball sched- ule poster in the window of a local store. Tom Shearer John Sherwood Charles Smith Melvin Smith Tom Tharp Rick Newell David Patterson Jay Rossi Mark Royal John Shaw Randy Thompson Joe Watterson Melvin Westmoreland George Williams Ronnie Williams Millard Woodard Mack Byrd, Varsity “F” Club member, sells refreshments to Rudy Southward at an FHS basketball game. 139 Donna Hales, Juanita Nobles, and Ann Peabody stand ready to assist Fran Round ' s volleyball serve. IISU10..UIWW Ann Peabody, the school league’s high scorer, shows her good form at a local bowling alley. Donna Hales and Fran Round prepare for some fast tennis games. Paula Dawson demonstrates the proper golfing form to Sharon Baker, Febru Holston, Donna Hales, Kathy Moss, Juanita Nobles, Irene Hondros, Ann Peabody, and Bunny Monroe. 140 GAA Sponsors Dance After Game Keeping one’s physical fitness is a problem with the automation of today. The members of the Girl’s Ath- letic Association strive to promote .physical exercise among the girls of our school. They hold their monthly meeting on the first Wednesday of every month. During these meetings the girls participate in such activities as basketball, tennis, tumbling, golf, badminton, and volley- ball. In the fall the GAA sponsors bowling lessons for anyone interested. Members participate in a school spon- sored league. The GAA also supports the school’s in- tramural program. In addition to these activities, the GAA sponsored a dance after the Goldsboro basketball game and sold Fayetteville High sweatshirts during the year. They also traveled to Greensboro to participate in a gathering of GAA’s from across North Carolina. Paula Dawson and Bunny Monroe aim high at the bull’s eye. Bunny Monroe, Parliamentarian; Linda Hill, Secretary; Paula Dawson, President; Irene Hondros, Treasurer; and Yvonne Crumbley, Vice-President pause after a meeting to discuss plans for the GAA sponsored dance. Kathy Moss goes in for a lay-up and scores for her team. Future Teachers Sponsor Annual “I can’t do it! I don’t understand why.” As prospective teachers, the members of the Future Teachers of America will be confronted with situa- tions like this in a classroom. The Future Teachers Club aims to prepare and guide young men and women for such circumstances and any others that could arise while teaching. This pre- paration includes knowledge of the sub- ject being taught, execution of teach- ing methods, and a keen insight into student-teacher relationship. The programs at the FT A meet- ings are designed for instruction on teaching methods and for the attain- ment of new knowledge. FTA projects include an annual stationery sale, the teacher talent show, monthly treats for teachers, and an annual spring picnic. Profits from projects are used to pre- sent a scholarship to a deserving senior each year. Mr. Barnes lectures F.T.A. members on discipline and behavior in the class- room. Sandy Ambrose Sharon Baker Barbara Beavers Susan Buchanan Betsy Buie Sally Burke Connie Carpenter Linda Cohen Beth Cook Jan Costa Yvonne Crumbley Anita Davis Sharon Dorsey Beth Fox David Freeman Rosalind Godwin Jerry Griffin Rebecca Hall Joan Hard Carol Hayward Ladies from Ft. Bragg, Mrs. J. Gallagher and Mrs. J. S. Cook, are shown personalized stationery by FTA members. 142 Faculty Talent Show Dory Kestner Janice Le Pors Ellen Loll Jenny McAllister Janet McCorquodale Susan McDonald Beth Martin Ann Mills Beth Morrison Sue Page Laurie Parker Diane Parks Margaret Pigott Laura Pilioglas Sue Reed Mary Robertson Rosalind Rulnick Lynn Stapleton Jennifer Stevens Kelsey Sorensen Patty Tallerday Carolyn Traylor Vicki Walden Joyce White Angela Royal, Sue Page, Sue Buchanan, Anita Davis, Laura Pilioglas. Seated: Beth Cook and Dory Kestner combine their ideas for the faculty talent show. Officers from FTA straighten teachers’ boxes. They are: Jan Costa, President; Jenny McAllister, Treasurer; Sally Burke, Vice President; Janet McCorquodale, Parliamentarian; and Beth Fox, Historian. . Library Club Attend: Library Club officers Nancy Griffin, reporter; Sue Sykes, treasurer; Carolyn Melvin, secretary; Paula Darden, Vice-President; and Dorothy Holmes, president look at a selection of new library books. Daily sales of inexpensive paperback books in the library by the Library Club are popular and useful to every student who takes advantage of the project. Copies of books needed for literature courses, con- temporary novels, and interesting non-fiction books are among the variety of books on sale. The Li- brary Club’s lending service is another useful service. A student may borrow needed school supplies for a limited time. Every member of the Library Club spends one class period each school day as an assistant to the school librarians, Mrs. Surles and Mrs. Powell. The Club’s activities in addition to the paperback sale and the lending service have been attending the Southeastern District Meeting for Library Clubs at Seventy-First High School in November and the State Meeting in Durham in April, and dining out as a group at a local restaurant. Chris Barrington Carol Cobb Donald Collins Bobby Davis Donna Flora Nancy Griffin Willie Hopfer Evelyn Huggins Suzanne Ishee Patrick Lee Tommy Lewis Mildred Lucas Margaret Mauney Gail Meares Lois Millar 144 Southeastern District Meeting Library Club faculty advisors, Mrs. Surles and Mrs. Powell, examine copies of paperback books on sale in the library. Mike Roberts Fran Round Don Slappey Kathy Smith Les Spousta Roy Van Horn Patsy White Shirley Williams Bobby Woodyard Kathy Yeago Juanita Noble Grace Nunnery Brenda Page Ervin Parrish Mary Ripley 145 President Sue Page conducts the January meeting of the club. Health Careers Club © $ ft Malinda Bain Phyllis Bullard Donna Bunce Jovita Coniconde Beverly Croom Barbara Grodzicki Jean Hyman Jean McPhail Sue Page Dianne Petrucelli Sharon Robertson Helena Stoeckley Patti Summers Karen Threatt Organized in 1954 as the Future Nurses Club, this year the club became the Health Careers Club in orde» to broaden their activities and include all types of medical careers. The organization offers interested students an oppor-. tunity to explore medical and hospital-related careers. Guest speakers, including nurses and physicians, are invited to regular meetings in order to give members an opportunity to ask questions and discover the realities of a medical career. The club has an annual bake sale to finance their activities. Group projects including trips to hospitals and medical offices are also regular events in the club calendar. Through its activities, the club hopes to stim- ulate an active interest in medicine and medical careers. 146 President Sue Page explains the club’s new constitution to members during the January meeting. Pattie Summers practices her nursing skills on an untrusting Helena Stoeckley. Plans Medical Vocations Elia nr ■ 1 ' LJZ . im 3 :; Tw- f .4 I Malinda Bain and advisor Mrs. Dozier lead a discussion on poisonous mushrooms during one of the club meetings. 147 FHA Develops, Encourages Interest Maxine Marshall, degrees recorder; Melinda Bain, chaplain; Sue Page, treasurer; Linda Glass, president; Brenda Mathews, vice-president; and Janet Peterson, secretary put away dishes after faculty tea. Linda Glass, president, presides over a meeting. Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Bowyer, FHA advisors, review the club’s plans for the year. 148 Judy Thompson, Barbara Grodzicki, Kay Alley, and Ethel Julian inspect the contents of the refrigerator. In The Field Of Homemaking Led by advisors, Mrs. Frances Bowyer and Mrs. Cleo Warren, the Future Homemakers of America pre- pares girls for the future by teaching them through experience the funda- mentals of good homemaking. Any girl taking courses in the Home Economics department of the school may join this national organization. In the fall the FHA sponsors a tea for the faculty and, in the spring a Mother-Daughter banquet is held. To finance these projects, the club sells cook books compiled by the Home Economics teachers at Christmas. Funds are also raised through a candy sale. “Toward New Horizons,” the motto of the club, states the purpose of the future homemakers. Linda Calligan, Melanie Strickland, Judy Hayes and Jane Chaney are assisted by members of the FHA in preparing a table. Jinny Glasgow, Katherine Watson, Cathi Drake, and Janet Bryant wash, dry, and put dishes away after the Mother-Daughter banquet. Ann Peabody shows Debbie Cecil and Juanita Hollingsworth how to operate a sewing machine. Beverly Smith, Betty Jo Horner, Diane Jones, and Cathie Sobieski take a peek at their muffins. Cindy Wilkins, Kris Heavenor, and Cathy Mulholland mix up something good to eat. BULLDOG Provides Outlet For “Somebody go see who bent the flagpole!” A Bulldog staff member is off on another story. She returns with a picture and an ac- count of the prank, and another event is duly covered in the monthly publication, The Bull - dog. To report and comment on school-related news, whether it be evidence of a prankster on the campus, the election of a Homecoming Queen, or a new project for the Key Club, is the purpose of The Bulldog. Published by the Journalism II class and financed by ads and subscriptions, it includes editorials, sports, club news, feature stories, and pictures. For the first time this year, a special sec- tion of the newspaper was devoted to creative writing, with contributions accepted for con- sideration from the entire student body. In addition to this, a special booklet devoted entirely to creative writing is published by the staff each spring. Listen World . . . Voices ’67 was the title of the 1967 publication. For years the mouthpiece of complaints con- cerning the lack of post-prom entertainment and the problems that arose from it, The Bulldog now sponsors an after-prom break- fast. Whether voicing campus problems or or- ganizing their remedy, The Bulldog serves the student body by making the facts known and seeing that something is done about them. Carol Hayward, editor-in-chief, prepares a layout for November’s issue. Photographers John Allen and Tom Benedict set up their equipment for a picture of the soccer team. 150 reativity And Student Opinion Mrs. Hill, who teaches Journalism II and is faculty advisor for The Bulldog, examines a student contribution. Ifet Jenny McAllister types a feature story on the Senior Super- latives. Sports editor, Jan Costa, covers a track meet. 151 Business Club Expands Officers: Suzanne McNeill, treasurer, Lucy Katsoudas, president; and Tina Jernigan, secretary plan a meeting of the Business Club. Advisors: Miss Wilkinson and Mrs. Clark super- vise the club’s activities. Under the direction of Mrs. Clark and Miss Wilkinson the Business Club gathers on the third Thursday of each month. Only a year old, the organiza- tion has already begun to grow. The membership has increased to fifteen from the five charter members who founded the club in 1966. It is required that any mem- ber of the Business Club par- ticipate in or have completed at least three courses included in the business department at FHS. The club stresses techniques and helps the members to de- velop the skills necessary for a successful career in the field of business. Irene Nebins and Lynda Buie organize a program for the October meeting. Donna Hales, Linda Gillen, and Linda Nicholas review selling techniques. Cathy Lanzell, Anne Peabody, Chris Willis and Shirley Williams discuss the business courses they have found helpful in their work experience. Melanie Strickland, Liz Centell, and Juanita Noble demonstrate the use of shorthand. umbbh 1 968 LaFomoc Staff Aims Higher Members of the 1968 Lajamac Staff are: Lea Barnes, Stan Crumpler, Vickie Walden, Jack O’Hale, Beth Cook, Kathy Gaillard, Sain Lindsay. Second row: Don Croom, Jean Hyman, Janet McCorquodale, Rick Newell, Tom Shearer, Elizabeth Hood, Becky Gates. Third rou: Karen Talley, Pam Hargis, Pam McRainey, Martha Talley, Brooks Bryson. Fourth row: Walker Holmes, Tom Tharp, Sandee Yarborough, Sarah ton Rosenburg, Peggy Hale, Melissa Geddie. Fifth row. Glenn Crook. 153 LaFamoc Staff Chronicles The Sports Staff, Tom Shearer, Tom Tharp (editor), and Rick Newell, works to piece together good football layouts. Martha Talley, Don Croom, Brooks Bryson (editor), Beth Cook, and Pam McRainey strive toward a better organizations section. The challenge of producing the LaFamac arouses the imagination and incentive of twenty- five determined seniors. The difficulties en- countered daily help stimulate the creative talents of each section. Activity is unceasing as mounds of rough drafts, pictures, and triplicates clutter the staff room. Mrs. Mask’s constant proddings encourage the LaFamac staff to work to their potential. The life of a LaFamac member is normal until the word DEADLINE is mentioned. From that moment on, room 14 is in a constant dither. Members rush about making frantic trips to the photographer and looking for that last picture to complete the layout. The LaFamac staff consists of several dif- ferent sections. They are: Features, Sports, Or- ganizations, Sophomore, Juni r, and Senior Classes, and the Business Staff. Overall re- sponsibility for the coordination of the many staffs rests on the shoulders of Elizabeth Hood, the editor. Finally, when all work ceases and the last layout is completed and sent to the publisher, the weary but happy staff members are relieved to know that they have done their best. 1 n Aj 1 ■T A Mr. Williams, o ur faithful photographer, expresses his professional opinion to Tom Tharp. inal Year Of FHS Weariness overcomes Jean Hyman and Pam Hargis as they alphabetize Sophomore class pictures. Mrs. Mask smiles patiently as she listens to the many problems that face Elizabeth Hood, editor, and Becky Gates, assistant editor. The Senior Staff: Sandee Yarborough, Sam Lindsay, Stan Grumpier, Sarah Von Rosenberg, editor, and Peggy Hale (not pictured) concentrate on headlines for their section. Janet McCorquodale and Walker Holmes make the best of the tedious job of stamping Junior pictures. “This copy will never fit,” says Kathy Gaillard to Vickie Walden and Karen Tally, features staff editor. 155 156 Competition Sports 157 Moody Coaches First Year At FHS Hopes ran high for the Fayetteville Senior High Bulldogs in August. Despite the fact that only five returning letterinen were left to build with, and that the Bulldogs were small for a 4-A team, the coaches and players were optimistic about their chances. Coach Moody’s first year saw the return of the T-formation to Fayetteville football. The offense started the year slowly for FHS. The Bulldogs scored only five touchdowns in the first four games. However, in the second half of the season they moved well, scoring 16 touchdowns in the last five games, many via the air route. The defense was good all year long, except in the Durham and Broughton losses. In the 8 other games the Bulldogs gave up only 13 touchdowns, an average of 9% points a game. The big game of the year, Homecoming, saw the best defensive game in Fayetteville High his- tory. The Bulldogs held Goldsboro to 26-yards of- fense in the 20-0 victory. All five lettermen, Bruce McFerren, Tony Small, Jim Britt, Ken Garrett, and Bob MacLane, saw a great deal of action in 1967. Others who should be mentioned are Bob Bell, Bill Davis, Ronnie Wil- liams, Bill Conner, Mack Byrd, Paul Johnston, Roy Batton, Andy Burch, Melvin Smith, Charlie Smith, Buster Killam, Wilson Yarborough, Lance Kittle- son, John Shaw, Reggie Smith, Dave Fernandez, Bob Stephenson, Nick Lampros, and many others. Next year’s prospects look very encouraging for Fayetteville. In Coach Moody’s second year, he will have more than half of his 27 lettermen re- turning. The offense will have Ken Garrett and Andy Burch back, and the defense will see the likes of George Williams, and Paul and Robert Johnston playing for Terry Sanford High. Co-Captains Nick Lamprose and Tony Small prepare to lead team onto field. First row: Jay Benson, Wilson Yarborough, Billy Davis, Pete Davis, Chuck Hickey, Joe Grebner, Ronald Williams, Tony Small, Lance Kittleson, Pete Chason. Second row: Sheryl Buie, Ricky Jenkins, Bob Bell, Roy Batton, Mike Everitt, Frank Vlasak, Buster Killam, Nick Lampros, Randy Thompson, John Ward. Third row: Owen Bertschi, Reginald Smith, Charles Smith, Ranny Nimmocks, Dave Fernandez, Bob MacLane, Mack Byrd, Thomas Mobley, Robert Johnston, Andy Burch, Bruce McFerren, Ricky Knott. Fourth row: John Shaw, Mac Kriwanek, Jack O’Hale, Ned MacElwaine, Ken Garrett, Paul Johnston, Bill Connor, George Williams, Melvin Smith, Ronald Almendarez, and John Sherwood. 1 58 Bulldogs huddle in the traditional pre-game prayer. SCORES Fayetteville .... 13 Fayetteville .... 6 Fayetteville .... 6 Fayetteville .... 6 Fayetteville ... 14 Fayetteville .... 32 Fayetteville .... 7 Fayetteville .... 20 Fayetteville .... 6 Fayetteville .... 27 Chapel Hill 7 Wilson 14 Greensboro Page . . 7 Jacksonville 13 Raleigh Broughton 32 Rocky Mount .... 20 Durham 40 Goldsboro 0 Wilmington 7 Raleigh Enloe .... 13 Bob MacLane receives last-minute instructions from Coach Moody. 159 Season Starts On Winning Note Fayetteville High began its season successfully with a 13-7 victory over Chapel Hill. Ken Garrett saved the vic- tory for FHS on both offense and defense. The Bulldogs took the opening kickoff to Chapel Hill’s 35 yard line, where Bruce McFerren’s pass was intercepted. The Wildcats drove to the Fayetteville 17, where they were stopped. The Bulldogs took full advantage of their next oppor- tunity as Ken Garrett took it over from the one yard line. The big play on this scoring drive was a 27-yard pass to Charles Smith. Owen Bertschi’s point-after attempt was blocked, and the score stood at 6-0 until the 3rd period. After taking the second-half kickoff, Chapel Hill went 56 yards in 9 plays for the score. The extra point was good, and the Wildcats led 7-6. Early in the fourth quarter Ken Garrett ran 73 yards for the final Bulldog score. The extra point was good, and FHS led 13-7. Later the Bulldogs began another drive, which was stopped on the Chapel Hill 21 when Tony Small fumbled. This set the stage for Garrett’s defensive heroics. Chapel Hill’s Nate Davis took the ball and was streaking to a touchdown, when Garrett hauled him down from behind. The Bulldogs were able to stop the Wildcats on the 17- yard line to preserve the victory. Garrett was the top runner for the Bulldogs, as he went 132 yards in 11 carries, an average of 12 yards per carry. Bruce McFerren gains valuable ground for the Bulldogs in the season opener. Coach Moody watches apprehensively as FHS halts a Chapel Hill drive. Ken Garrett’s vicious tackle forces a Chapel Hill fumble. 160 Bulldogs Succumb To Wilson 14-6 Tony Small is held as he attempts to pick up a fumble. Fayetteville’s mighty Bulldogs bowed to the eventual 4-A champ, Wil- son Fike. 14-6 in the first conference contest. The Bulldogs scored first, capitalizing on a Wilson fumble, as Kenny Garrett raced eight yards for the score. Late in the first half, Fayetteville stopped a Wilson drive at the 20 and attempted to run out the few remaining seconds left on the score- board clock. At this time the clock ceased to func- tion, and the Bulldogs ran three plays and punted. During this time the clock began working properly again, but on fourth down, Fayetteville fum- bled. Wilson recovered and proceeded to score with seven seconds re- maining in the half. Meeting a stubborn foe in Greensboro-Page, the Bulldogs went down to defeat for the sec- ond week in a row, but a valiant effort in the last seconds almost pulled it out. The FHS score came after they recovered a Page fumble, on a 6- yard run by Bruce McFerren. The PAT was missed, and the score was 6-0. Greensboro Page bounced back on a run by Harold Oates. The extra point was good, and the score was 7-6. Both scores came in the first period, and so the 1 point did not seem important. However, neither team could mount an offense until the Bulldogs did in the game’s waning moments. With less than 30 seconds on the clock, Fayetteville took over deep in their own territory. On several long passes the Bulldogs moved into Page territory. With two seconds left, Andy Burch threw a long pass to Bruce McFerren, who was tackled on the two-yard line as time ran out. Roy Batton is tackled after catching a pass. Page Ekes Out 7-6 Victory 161 Jacksonville Defeats FHS For the first time in the history of the two schools, Fayetteville was de- feated by Jacksonville 13-6. Fayetteville controlled the action almost the entire game. Though the Cardinals made several errors, the Bulldogs could not cash in. Jacksonville tallied first on a pass from Bob Coxe to Jeff Clarke. FHS’s only score came when Buster Killam made an 18 yard run around right tackle. The extra point was blocked, and the score was 7-6. The two clubs drove deep into each other’s territory several times, but each time the defenses held. Fayetteville’s hopes for a victory re- mained through the fourth period. On a first and ten situation, Hunt for Jacksonville broke through the Fayette- ville line, catching the Bulldogs nap- ping. He outran the FHS secondary into the end-zone, a 52-yard run. This play broke Fayetteville’s back and they were unable to move the ball thereafter. It was the third consecu- tive loss for FHS. Bill Conner leads interference for Tony Small. Ken Garrett tries for extra yardage. 162 Bulldogs Lose Fourth To Broughton Raleigh Broughton gave the Bull- dogs a thorough beating at Raleigh’s Riddick Stadium. The Caps had 20 poin ts in the first half. With 4:21 left in the first period, Phil Holder bulled across the goal for the Caps. This plunge ended a 73-yard drive. In the second quarter, with 5:47 on the clock, Holder again scored from two-yards. The Caps went across once more and it was 20-0 at half-time. The Faye ' teville Bulldogs came alive in the second half and outscored Ra- leigh 14-12. The third period was scoreless, but in the fourth, Andy Burch threw a 38-yard pass to Bruce McFerren for the score. Owen Bertschi’s extra point was good. Broughton quickly scored on a run by Bill Brafford, but missed the PAT. The score was 26-7. Burch once again connected on a long pass of 53 yards, and Kenny Gar- rett outran the Cap defender. Brough- ton managed to score with three sec- onds left, and the final score was 32-14. Coach Daskal shows agony over a Bulldog miscue. Durham Buries Fayetteville 40-6 Durham, after an embarrassing first half, scored 34 points in the second half to defeat Fayetteville. The first half was hard-fought, and FHS led 7-6. The Fayetteville touchdown came on an 18-yard sweep by Ken Garrett, but the key play was a 21-yard pass from Andy Burch to Tony Small. Durham got one touchdown in the first half, but a fired- up Fayetteville team blocked the extra point. Another Dur- ham drive was halted inside the Fayetteville five. On the second play of the second half, Durham’s Terry Wood went 74 yards for a touchdown. Two minutes later a Burch pass was blocked, intercepted, and run back for a touchdown. This left the score 20-7. A third touchdown, within five minutes of the first, iced the game for Durham. Durham scored twice in the fourth period, to give FHS its worst licking in recent history. Statistics revealed the true story. Durham had 262 yards on the ground, and Fayette- ville had 42. The losers also had four passes intercepted. Ken Garrett is caught by a Durham defender. 163 FHS Yields Victory To Wildcats Tony Small is caught from behind for a loss. Wilmington-New Hanover scored in the final three minutes to pull out a 7-6 victory over the Bulldogs. A Wilmington Homecoming crowd of less than 2,000 saw the game, which almost ended in a 0-0 tie. Both teams scored in the final minutes. The Bulldogs defense, for the second game in a row, did a great job. They held Wilmington on ten plays inside the ten-yard line in the first half. The offense drove deep into Wildcat territory twice, but a fum- ble and interception kept them from paydirt. With three minutes left the Wild- cats finally scored on the Fayette- ville defense. The PAT was good, and they led 7-0. The Bulldogs stormed back, and drove 56 yards in 5 plays. The score came on a pass of 71 yards from Andy Burch to Bruce McFer- ren. In a pressure play, Owen Bert- schi’s extra point was off to the right, and the score remained 7-6. Rocky Mount Falls To FHS A strong offensive perform- ance enabled the Bulldogs to defeat the Rocky Mount eleven, ending a four game losing streak. The Blackbirds struck first in the first period and led 7-0. Fayetteville hit back quickly on a 6-yard pass play from An- dy Burch to Bruce McFerren. The extra point was blocked, and the score was 7-6. In the second period Bruce McFerren took a punt on the Rocky Mount 45, and went in for the score. The score was 12-7 at the half. Rocky Mount came back in the third period, and led 13- 12. But FHS came right back with a 67-yard bomb from Burch to Tony Small. The Bull- dogs led 19-13. Late in the third period Rocky Mount went 58-yards in seven plays. In the fourth period the Bulldogs took the lead and kept it. Kenny Gar- rett made two touchdowns, both on 1-yard plunges. Ken Garrett demonstrates his skill as he struggles for extra yardage. Defense Shuts Out Goldsboro McFerren tears loose to score. Homecoming saw the Fayetteville Bulldogs rise to the occasion and give their best performance of the year. A great defense and consistent offense marked the performance. Ken Garrett scored twice, on a one-yard p lunge and a twelve-yard pass. Fayetteville had a chance to score another time, as they drove to the one-yard line. The third period was about to end, and rather than wait for it to run out, the Bulldogs tried for a play. In their anxiety, they fumbled it, though it was recovered on the five. The fourth down pass failed to connect, and the Bulldogs gave up the ball. The third touchdown was scored by Charles Smith, who ran back an intercepted Quake pass. Various players were standouts for the Bulldogs, es- pecially Tony Small, Ricky Jenkins, Bruce McFerren and Charles Smith. Smith put on a great defensive show, dropping the Quake quarterback and tackling .he Goldsboro runners. For his outstanding performance he was voted player of the week. The Bulldog defense was so stingy that it allowed only 26 yards to Goldsboro, and for the first time in Bull- dog history did not give up a first down! The offense made 296 yards in the Bulldogs finest game. A crowd of over 4500 saw the action. Bulldogs celebrate the Homecoming victory. 165 Ken Garrett is successful in stopping Enlow attack. Garrett Scores Three Touchdowns Fayetteville Senior High ended the season by defeating Raleigh-Enloe 27-13. In the first period, the Bulldogs drove to the Enloe five, but the 45-yard drive was halted. Early in the second quarter, Enloe drove 34 yards in six plays and scored. The extra point at- tempt was blocked. On the first play from scrimmage after Enloe’s score, Tony Small ran 54-yards around right end. Ken Garrett took it the rest of the way, but the PAT was missed. Before the half, Enloe struck again and led 13-6. The second half was all Fayetteville’s. The Bull- dogs put the ball in the air and scored well. Ken Garrett scored again in the third period, and the score was knotted 13-13. Fayetteville took the lead on a 15-yard run by Garrett. The PAT put FHS ahead 20-13. The final touchdown was a 14-yard run by Tony Small. The extra point was good, and the final score was 27-13. Once again, in the second half, the Bulldog de- fense rose to the challenge and held Enloe score- less. The offense saw good performances by Andy Burch, Ken Garrett, and Tony Small. 166 Tony Small maintains his balance as he breaks a tackle. WM ffwWWn tf i| FHS Coaches are as follows: Gerald Moody, John Daskal, Glenn Sasser, and Sonny Basinger. Disappointment is the word to de scribe the 1967 football season. After working long and hard in the summer heat, the Bulldogs finally played their first game against Chapel Hill. They won this outing, and FHS prepared for another good year. Then, in a most unbelievable series of events, dis- aster struck. Wilson beat the Bulldogs on a questionable “clock” incident. Then, Greensboro Page defeated FHS 7-6, with the Bulldogs on the 2 yard line at the gun. The next week saw Jacksonville the victors, 13-6. The team then journeyed to Broughton, where they were badly defeated by the Caps for their fourth loss in a row. The Bulldogs beat Rocky Mount on a comeback effort the next week, and their record stood at 2-4. Then FHS met Durham and gave quite a battle the first half, leading 7-6. A fired up Durham team scored 34qpoints in the second half to humiliate FHS. The next week was Homecoming, and, true to the test, the Bulldogs stopped Goldsboro completely. They then journeyed to Wilmington with a chance, if they won the last two games, to finish 5-5 for the season. Here again, the extra point made the difference, as the Wildcats won 7-6. The last game saw Raleigh Enloe become FHS’s fourth victim of the season, against six losses. Bob Bell’s disappointment typifies the 1967 season for FHS. 167 Coaches Surles and Soles, teach the proper way to hit. Rockingham Greensboro Page Rocky Mount Broughton Enloe Goldsboro Wilson Durham Wilmington Jacksonville WE 21 12 12 6 6 8 6 6 6 0 Surles And Soles Lead J.V! s THEY 24 0 7 24 24 7 6 27 52 13 First row: Tony Player, Alex Averitte, Fred Chason, Harry Davis, Jimmy Bertschi, Rusty Evans, Doug Foster, Robert Phil- ips, Conrad Beuler. Second row: Tom Ardell, James Thompson, Phil Stewart, Angie Soto, Nick Angelone, Gene Murdock, Phil Plantania, Gary Davis. Third row: Keith Perkins, Chester Mil- tonberger, Wayne Alsup, Kevin Hallburton, Craig Chason, Zolly Williams, Don Milan, Steve Radosovich, Steve Ganis. 168 J.V.’s Kindle Enthusiasm J.V. Cheerleaders boost sophomore spirit during a time out. Head Cheerleader Elizabeth Scruggs shows spirit as the J.V. team collects another victory. From left to right: Elizabeth Gambill, Dottie Baker, assistant head, Jolynn Edwards, Elizabeth Scruggs, head cheerleader, Mamie Pope, Beverly Croom, and Pam Johnson. 169 Cheerleaders Inspire Front row: Pam Hargis, Luci Alligood, Fran Olver, Rosie McKenzie. Second row: Cathy Bock, Rosalind Godwin, Susan Pate, head cheerleader, Regina Vitolo, asst, head, Paula Matthews. Not pictured: Pam Holcomb. Mona Willette. “V-I-C-T-0-R-Y-” — Time after time this cry sounds from the vivacious varsity cheerleaders. With faithful sup- port and strong determination, these eleven girls follow the Bulldogs to all of their games. They initiate school spirit at the pep rallies and at the games and boost the morale of the players. The enthusiasm of the cheer- leaders never wavers — no matter what the outcome is ! During a lull in the action, cheerleaders arouse students to greater en- thusiasm. Bulldogs To Victory Pam Holcomb, Rosie McKenzie, and Mona Willette put up posters to rally the team spirit. Enthusiastic Varsity Cheerleaders encourage the starting line-up as the players are introduced. Basketball Leads Winter Sports 72 Ronny LePors jumps against Durham in the opening game tap off. We They Greensboro Page 51 72 Durham 53 62 Carolina Military 44 73 Jacksonville 54 57 Wilson 71 47 Hoggard 67 56 Rocky Mount 63 61 Raleigh Enloe 62 52 Raleigh Broughton 51 61 Goldsboro 46 43 Durham 51 60 Hoggard 47 49 Jacksonville 48 50 Wilson 15 56 Rocky Mount 68 53 New Hanover 47 53 Raleigh Broughton 53 67 New Hanover 51 55 Raleigh Enloe 83 50 Goldsboro 78 60 The basketball managers are Warren Peele, Lenny Walsh, George Dimos, Dickie Smith, and David Sinodis. Scotty Stapleton drives down court after grabbing the rebound. 173 Basketball Record Is 8-12 With great things expected from the tallest team in FHS history, Fayette- ville fans sat back and waited for another banner year on the hardcourt. With 6’4” Bob Mattox and John Con- well joining the threesome of Gary Linn, Ronnie LePors, and Rick Newell, prospects were indeed bright. The first game was against Greens- boro Page, and FFtS came away with a stunning defeat. The next three games were much the same story, with turn- overs destroying any chance of victory. The hopes of Fayetteville fans rose again after four straight victories, but 4-A conference foes had too much speed for the slow Bulldogs. Fayetteville finished the season with a 6-11 conference mark, and a 7-13 record overall. They finished fourth in the Eastern 4-A warring. Gary Linn Ronnie LePors John Conwell Scotty Stapleton Andy Burch 174 Calvin Riddle Jimmy Young Tim Bartholomew Bob Mattox attempts a free throw as teammates battle for rebound position. (75 Rocky Mount defender fails to stop Ronnie LePors from scoring. v, 1 % 1 k Hi W W V Jj Gary Linn and Andy Burch double-team a Rocky Mount op- John Conwell takes a jump shot in the pre-game warmup, ponent. 76 Varsity Games Prove Exciting Bulldogs scramble to get a loose ball from the Vikings of Wilmington Hoggard, Ronnie LePors soars high to tap in a missed shot. Scotty Stapleton shoots over Durham defense. 177 Linn And LePors Lead Team The ball evades the grasp of John Conwell. Despite the Durham opposition, Bob Mattox scores for the Bulldogs. k ,1V I Bob Mattox helps deflect a Rocky Mount pass. FHS Bulldogs battle Durham Bulldogs over a loose ball. 178 Rick Newell awaits Conwell’s pass after he pulls down a rebound. Bulldogs clasp hands in the pre-game manner. Coach Maness looks on with anxiety as the Bulldogs go down court. Excellent timing enables Gary Linn to score. 179 Eddie Davis, Lance Marguglio, and Dana Kelley surround a Rocky Mount player. Members of the J.V. team are as follows: kneeling, left to right: Jay Kosterman, Kenny Adams, Eddie Davis, Mike Royal, Butch O ' Quinn, James Taylor. Standing left to right, Lance Marguglio, David Thompson, Ronnie Smith, John Seale, Mike LePors, and Chris Prather. Not pictured: D ana Kelly. J.V. Posts Best Record Ever The 1967-68 J.V. basketball team excelled in every way by posting a 15-5 record. This was the most proficient J.V. team in all the years at FHS. Coached by the able Don Parsons, who began his second year as head J.V. coach, the team swept through its season, completely overwhelming many of its opponents. Three times during the year the Bulldogs hit the century mark — against CMA, 100-28, Rocky Mount, 110-48, and Goldsboro, 101- 45. The team started slowly, losing its first two games, but suddenly found itself against an unfortunate CMA team and romped to victory. Gaining confi- dence with every victory, the J.V.’s reeled off seven straight victories before losing to Durham for the second time. They closed out the season with another winning streak of seven games. The J.V. team was composed of a number of good shooters and employed an excellent pressing de- fense — all of which should prove beneficial to next year’s Varsity. Parsons Directs Successful Season WE THEY Greensboro Page 59 74 Durham 42 64 Carolina Military Academy 100 27 Jacksonville 89 66 Wilson 71 48 Hoggard 68 37 Rocky Mount 84 57 Enloe 67 47 Broughton 68 55 Goldsboro 69 74 Durham 52 55 Hoggard 78 42 Jacksonville 81 50 Wilson 63 52 Rocky Mount 110 48 Wilmington New Hanover 78 65 Enloe 69 57 Broughton 70 56 Wilmington New Hanover 51 52 Goldsboro 101 45 Dana Kelly and Mike Royal try to prevent Rocky Mount rom scoring. Kenny Adams and a Durham opponent compete for control of a jump ball. Lance Marguglio and Butch O’Quin control the rebound. 181 1 968 Wrestlers Place Roy Gutierrez pins another opponent to add to his list of victories. Three years ago Coach Sonny Basinger started the FHS wrestling team. After many hours of hard work he finally saw his Bulldogs become a power in North Carolina wrestling in 1968. Holding a 3-2 conference record during the regular season, Fayetteville went to the Eastern 4-A Conference meet at Wilmington on Febru- ary 10. The Bulldogs scored a total of 82 points in a superb performance and won the meet. Jacksonville placed second with 80 points, and Goldsboro was a distant third with fifty-five. Individual titles were won by Barry Bean in the 103-lb. class, Roy Gutierrez in the 120- lb. class, and Bobby Clause in the 127-lb. cate- gory. Herbert Frye, Ricky Swisher, and Parris Lusk finished second in their divisions. Other FHS squad members who saw action were Dickie Willard, Ronnie Williams, John Shaw, and Nick Lampros. The wrestling squad’s hopes for next year are not as bright, since the team will be hit hard by graduation. Bean, Gutierrez, Clause, Lusk, Wil- liams, Shaw, and Lampros are all seniors. Front row: Herbert Frye, Pat Nunez, Barry Bean, Dickie Wil- Young, Parris Lusk, John Shaw, Bob Mac Lane, Malcolm Fields, lard, Roy Gutierrez, Rick Swisher, Bob Clause. Back row: Jeff Nick Lampros. 182 First In 4-A Conference Dickie Willard finds himself working hard to avoid the pin. Co-Captain Barry Bean catches his opponent off-guard. John Shaw watches carefully before making his move. First row from left to right: Larry Bass, John Brinely, Terry Edmundson, Bruce McFerren, Frank Patterson, Larry Windsor, Dan Troyan. Second row: Stuart Willis, Bob Clause, Jeff Young, Robert McDowell, Bob Maclane, Owen Bertchi, Mike Smith, Randy Wright, Richard McDuffy, Paul Shaw, Lance Kittleson. Third row: Jimmy Stanfield, Don Micheal, Bill Hill, Dave Ramsey, Danny Yarborough, Chuck Stevens, Dan Stout, Mack Byrd, John Shaw, David LaBonne, Steve LaBonne, Paul Johnston, Ken Garret. Fourth row: Ron Ferrell, Rick Nunez, Jack O’Hale, Richard Calloway, Dickie Boisky, Coach Parsons, Bill Sutton, Coach Surles. Track Team Takes Second Frank Wilson strides to victory. i Richard McDuffie attempts to fly over the bar. 184 Success came to the 1966-1967 track team. After a good season Fayetteville placed second at the conference meet by capturing four first places. These places were taken by Chuck Stevens in the broad jump, Bob Clause in the high hurdles, Frank Wilson in the 440, and the mile relay team composed of Bruce McFerren, Bill Sutton, Frank Wilson, and Chuck Stevens. Spotlighters of the season were Chuck Stevens for broad jump and mile relay, Bob Clause for low and high hurdles, Frank Wilson for the 440 and mile relay, and Bruce McFerren for the mile relay, high jump, and 100 yard dash. Bob Clause had a close call in the afternoon’s heat run for the conference meet. After coming from behind, he came in tied with the contestant from Jacksonville. Clause won in the run-off and went on to win the event for FHS. Clause was able to clock his best time ever, which was six- teen seconds flat. Bob Maclane puts forth extra effort. ; 0 p ' Bob Clause comes from behind to tie. 185 Baseball Has Successful Season The 1967 baseball season was the finest FHS has had in many years. The Bulldogs finished the season with a 9-8 record, despite a horrendous mid-season slump. Their conference mark was a respectable 6-6. The season was full of ups and downs. One of the “ups” was a 4-2 victory over Durham, the conference leader at the time. A week later the team defeated Wilmington 7-5, in a marathon game. Lasting 14 innings, it was the longest game in Eastern 4-A history. The Bulldogs won four of their last five con- tests, largely because of tremendous pitching from Harold Ingle, Steve McNally, and Nick Lampros. Backing up the moundsmen with outstanding performances were Chris Cammack, David Tyre, Bruce Kittleson, John Whipple, Mike Miller, and Tony Small. Coaches awards were givetj to the following players: Chris Cammack, Most Valuable Player; Harold Ingle, Best Pitcher; Steve McNally, Best Fielder. Next year’s team will have three returning let-, termen, Nick Lampros, Tony Small, and Mike Miller. Tony Small catches as Mike Miller takes batting practice. Front left to right: Tony Small, Mike Miller, Smokey Me- Rossi, Manager. Bach row, left to right: Coach Brown, Millan, Billy Davis, Nick Lampros, Steve McNally. Second Bruce Kittleson, David Tyre, John Whipple, Chris Cammack, row, left to right: Clyde Counts, Jim Crobath, Annibal Harold Ingle, Jerry Grant, Coach Riser. 1 86 Guitterrez, Bruce Kittleson, Ray Carter, Dell Godwin, Jay Billy Davis stretches to “nip” Tony Small Nick Lampos winds to throw a fast ball. Cammack Leads Conference Hitting A large part of the success attained by the 1967 baseball team was a direct result of the efforts of Chris Cammack. Chris led the conference with a .527 batting average, and was one of its best defensive players. The scrappy shortstop started the season in fantastic fashion, batting 12 for 12 in the first four games. Though his pace slowed somewhat, he continued to terrorize the opposition throughout the rest of the season. He was selected Most Valuable Baseball Player by the coaching staff. For his efforts on the basketball court and baseball diamond, he was chosen Most Valuable Athlete in the Class of 1967. N. C. State Univ. showed its confidence in Chris with an athletic scholarship. Chris Cammack, the 4-A batting leader, shows his style. 187 Cross Country Has 1 1 -4 Season Bottom tow: Glenn Crook, John King, Johnny Jenkins, Melvin Westmoreland, Mike Bruckner, Dean Vurnackes, Jim Baron, Mike Alverez, Dan Grogan. Top row: Mark Royal, John Levi, Derrell Culbreth, Millard Woodard, Jeff Huit, Larry Bass, Joe Day, Joe Watterson, Lynn Collins, Robert Renolds, Vernon New, Coach Hart. This year’s FHS Cross Country team under the direction of Coach Hart, who came to FHS with a very fine reputa- tion for his coaching ability, had a very successful season. The regular season record was 11-4, and the team closed out its brilliant season by placing fifth in the sectional meet held at Durham and eighth in the state meet held at Chapel Hill. A victory over the Carolina Freshmen in an exhibition meet was one of the high points of the season. In this event Joe Day was able to take first place for the Bulldogs. Joe Day was easily the most outstanding performer on the team, winning against all opponents but three during the entire season. He placed third in both the sectional and state meets. Other outstanding team members were co- captain Joe Watterson, Millard Woodard, Jeff Hurr, John Levi, Melvin Westmoreland, and Glenn Crook. rWrlrBr 8 " ' Joe Day leads the pack in route to victory. Bulldogs lunge towards the finish line. Members of the tennis team are as follows: Standing left to right, Kirk Jones, Mike Pope, George Fisher, Bill Pope, Mike Mahan, and Richard Ringler; Kneeling left to right, John Cauthen, Chris Britton, John Talley, Bill Hutcheson, Mike Hums, and Coach Maness. Tennis Team Logs 3-8 Record Under the direction of Coach Len Maness, who was in his second year as head tennis coach, the 1967 FHS ten- nis team showed much improvement over the teams in recent years. The top six men on the team competed in the Eastern Sectional, which was held in Goldsboro. In the Sectional compe- tition, John Talley won his first two matches before bowing out in the third round. George Fisher and Bill Pope also won their preliminary matches hut met defeat in their next outing. All others participating from FHS were defeated in the first-round action. Outstanding prospects for the 1968 tennis team include Bob Newton, Kirk Jones, and Millard Woodard. Exhibiting perfect follow through, George Fisher slams his opponent’s return. Concentrating intensely, Kirk Jones prepares to serve. 189 Bill Boyce shows good form in his back swing. iSu f ?a 1 ft Pi ftJi Members of the 1967 Golf Team are: Front left to right: Larry Isenberg, George Hargrove, Bob Henderson, Lee Spencer, Lenny Walsh, Back left to right: Tom Nollner, Tom Tharp, Eddie Waren, Bob Decker, Tom Shearer, Bill Boyce. Golf Places Sixth In Eastern Sectional Meet Eddie Waren prepares to chip close to the hole. With only one returning letterman from the 1966 championship team, the golf ’team showed its inex- perience on the course. The Bu lldog linksters placed seventh in the Eastern 4-A conference during regular season play. Competing against twenty-two other teams at the Eastern Sectional meet, the Bulldogs showed im- provement by placing sixth. Low scores this year were turned in by Marshall Waren and Bill Boyce. Bobby Decker was named Most Valuable Player. Hopes for next year are bright with five lettermen returning. Seniors expected to lead the team are Bill Boyce, Bobby Decker, and Tom Shearer. 190 SCORES FHS. . . .3 Wilmington . . 0 FHS. . . .1 Camp Fejeune . . 0 FHS. . . .4 Wilmington . . . 0 FHS. . . .1 Boone Trail . . . 0 FHS . . . .3 Wilmington . . . 0 FHS. . . .3 Camp Fejeune . 2 FHS.. . .3 E. Mecklenburg 2 Coach Holland discusses strategy with the players. Soccer Takes State Title In its first year, the FHS soccer team captured the State 4-A title. The Bulldogs, coached by Mr. Conner Holland, were undefeated in seven games. The Bulldogs entered the State 4-A Tournament, playing Wilmington-New Hanover, winning 3-1. They beat Camp Lejeune in the semi-finals at Chapel Hill. The team captured the title by beating East Mecklen- burg, but not before a fierce battle. East Mecklenburg took the lead 1-0, but Jerry Peele tied it for the Bulldogs. In the third period, Ray Jones scored for FHS, and the count was 2-1. East Mecklen- burg tied it in the fourth period. The game went through an overtime and remained tied. The rules of soccer state that after two overtimes, the winner is the team with the most corner-kicks. East Mecklenburg led in corner kicks 2-1. With 1:35 remaining, center-forward Mike Miller drove through the East Mecklenburg defense and scored, giving the Bulldogs a dramatic victory. First row: Bill Walters, Jim Mayer, Larry Fitzgerald, Dave Patterson, Mike Miller, Ray Jones, John Cauthen, Jerry Peele, George Hargrove, John Knowles, A1 Spain. Second row: Randle Pate, Paul Shaw, Tommy Francis, Vincent Zuchino, Doug Suggs, Charlie Reeves. Third row: Perry Safran, Tom Nichols, Jim Louden, Damien Kelly, Manuel Guerrera, Coach Holland, Tom Thompson, Ken Crison, John Irons, Tom Suggs, John Locke, Eddie Yager (manager). 191 The Silence O 192 193 Seniors An SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 194 PRESIDENT— JOHNNY LAMBETH VICE PRESIDENT— BET MILLER SECRETARY— BETH FOX TREASURER— SHARON DORSEY School Leaders JOHN WALLBRIDE ALLEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Dist. Sci. Fair 2, 3, 4, 1st Place 2; State Sci. Fair 2; Intra. Basket- ball 4; Intra. Football 4; Lat. Cl. 2; Ger. Cl. 3; Bulldog 3, 4 SANDRA ALLEN F.H.S. 4 LUCY HALL ALLIGOOD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2; Intra. Basket- ball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Miss F.H.S. Publ. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Inv. Comm. 3; Cheerleader 2, 4; Sp. Cl. 4 JACK DALE ALMENDAREZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Varsity “F” Club 2, 3, 4; F.C.A. 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL PATRICK ALVAREZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 MARGARET ELLEN ANDERSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; HR. V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; Sr. Class Play Comm.; Miss F.H.S. Judges Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Waiter and Waitress Comm. 3; Waitress 2; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Sp. Cl. 3; Most Attractive MARY JANE ANDERSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 THOMAS MICHAEL ATWELL F.H.S. 2, 4; Tate H.S. 3; Class Pres. 3; Stu. For. 3; Football Team 3; Wrestling Team; Intra. Basketball; Intra. Football; Bus. Cl.; Sp. CL; Fr. Cl.; Lat. Cl. 4 michael McDonald Austin F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Baseball Team 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3, Announcer 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4; Lat. Cl. 4, Pres. 4 BRIAN ROBERT BABIN F.H.S. 3, 4; Stazwho H.S. 2; Intra. Basket- ball; Intra. Football 4; Baseball Team 2; V. Pres. 2 JANET FAYE BAGGETTE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 DONNA LOU BAGLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4 195 Graduating Class MITCHELL GLENN BAREFOOT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Class Rep. 4; Miss F.H.S. Stage Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Key Club 4; Art Cl. 2; Sp. Q. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Class Executive Comm. 4; Best Per- sonality SHARON LEE BAREFOOT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Officer 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 2; Ger. Cl. 4; Bulldog 3, 4, Bus. Man. 4 WILLIAM BLACKMON BAREFOOT, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 GERALD REHM BARKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4 DORIS LEA BARNES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Courtesy Cup 3; Jr. Class Treas. 3; Marshal 3; St. Council 3; H.R. Treas. 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Intra. Volleyball 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. Chmn. 3; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Ref. Comm. Chmn. 3; Tri-Hi-Y, Sergeant at Arms 4; Lib. Cl. 2, 3 Pres. 3; Lajamac 4; Buddy Bulldog 4; Most Athletic JOHN CHRISTOPHER BARRINGTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lib. Cl. 4. LARRY LUCAS BASS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Morehead Nom.; Marshal 3; Basketball Team 2, 3; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Sr. Class Marshal and Mascot Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. U sher Comm. 3; Varsity “F” Club 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; F.C.A. 3; Most Likely to Succeed | EDDYTHE CAMILLE BATTON F. H.S. 3, 4; Poitiers American H.S. 2; Or- i leans American H.S. 3; Class Off., Pres. 2; I St. Council Congress 2; Intra. Basketball 2; G. A.A. 2, 3; Fr. Cl. 4 CAROL MARGARET BAUCOM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 3, Treas. 4; Miss , F.H.S. Comm. Chmn. 3; Miss F.H.S. Ticket | Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. King and Queen Comm. 3; j Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Sp. Cl. 3 1 BARRY ROBERT BEAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Sr. Cl. Magazine Comm. 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 2, 3, ! 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 CHARLES JAMES BEATTY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lincoln H.S. 2; Intra. Bas- ketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Foot- ball 4 BARBARA ANN BEAVERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 4; Intra. Cake Race 4; Miss F.H.S. Prog. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Sr. Hi. Singers 3, 4, Sextet 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 196 Numbers 570 CECELIA ANN BECKWITH F.H.S. 3, 4; E.E. Smith 2; H.R. Off. 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Sp. Cl. 3; Sci. Cl. 2 SUZANNE BEEKMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 2; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Health Careers Cl. 2; Fr. Cl. 2 ROBERT ALVIN BELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2, 3, V. Pres. 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 3; Sr. Class Comm. 4 THOMAS BENEDICT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 CLINTON OWEN BERTSCHI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 4 SHEILA JO BIGFORD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 3, 4 %L i ’ 5 v m 1 V ? 1 . 4 i Tt crJJSSi v jy] ‘ 1 4 . B 1) (r - v n 2 . % 4 a wN M i h V 1 v %mLM A iiL ' ly S- ' W ' I r - £jB|B | ML ' ST, p During the break, seniors visit with each other in the senior lobby, away from juniors and sophomores. 197 SENIOR HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: Walker Holmes, Carolyn Melvin, Diane Psaki, Leslie Young, Sam Johnson, Rob O’Rriant, Ronnie LePors, James Chesnutt, Ray Wertheim, Andrew Cowley. ARTHUR TROY BINDER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3 PHILLIP RONALD BLACK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3 TERRY CONSTANCE BLACKBURN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Off. 4; Art. Cl. 4 DIANNE BLAKE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 BEVERLY MORRISON BLEDSOE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Off. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 MARY FRANCES BLOYD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Bulldog 2, 3 198 Seniors Head Student Forum PRESTON HENRY BLUM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 3, 4 DENISE ELAINE BOISVERT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3.; DeL to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; D.E. CL, V. Pres. 4 HEDY SUE BOWERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec.-Treas. 2; Intra. Bas- ketball 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Sp. Cl. 4 JOSEPH WILLIAM BOYCE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; Hi-Y 4 GLORIA JEAN BRADLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Art Cl. 4 SUSAN KATHERINE BRANTLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Cheerleader 2 RONALD RAY BREMER F.H.S. 3, 4; Pine Forest 2; Golf Team 4; Intra. Bowling 4; Mixed Chorus 2 ANNA MAREA BRIDGES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 LATHUN BASCOM BRIGMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 2, 4; Intra. Basketball 4 HARRY LEE BRITT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 4 JAMES WOODIE BRITT, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 2; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2, 3; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4; Sr. Hi. Singers 4; F.C.A. 3, 4; Lat. Cl. 2, 3 MIAL McRAE BROADFOOT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2; Treas. 3; St. For. 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Vol- leyball 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Fr. Cl. 2 199 Physics Classes Attract BOBBY ALLEN BRODZINSKI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ALSTON THOMAS BRYANT, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 MARY CATHERINE BRYANT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Band Clinic 3, 4; Band Letter Cl., Treas. 4 BROOKS LEE BRYSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 3; St. For. 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Sco. Dan. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; F.T.A. 3; Lafamac 4 JUDITH ANNETTE BUCK F.H.S. 3, 4; Orleans American High 2; Mixed Chorus 2; F.H.A. 4 LYNDA OLIVIA BUIE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Bus. Cl. 4 JACK CLIFFORD BULLARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art Cl. 4 MARY NELL BURGESS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Drama Cl. 2 SARAJANE MARGUERITE BURKE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Ger. Cl. 3, 4 MARIAN FAYE BURTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Hi. Singers 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 3 DONNITA LEIGH BUTLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Class Activities Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Mixed Chorus 2; Sr. Hi. Singers 4; Gov. School 3 DWIGHT DEAN BYRD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; F.C.A. 2 200 Seventy Seniors Physics students watch closely as Dr. White explains the prin- ciples of rocket travel during one of his film lectures. LYNNE ALLEN BYRD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2, V. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2, 3, Sec. 3; Sr. Hi. Singers 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 3 MANUEL JUNIOR CABRAL F.H.S. 3, 4; Ludwigsburg American H.S. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 4; Fr. Cl. 4, V. Pres. 4 ; Ger. Cl. 3 ; Gov. School 3 DAVID MELVIN CALLAHAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Sr. Class Activities Comm. 4; Sp. Cl. 3 JAMES McKAY CAMERON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Sp. Cl. 3 JENNY DEE CAMPBELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2, 4; Cheerleader 2; Sr. Hi. Singers 3, 4 ROBERT CHARLES CANHAM F.H.S. 4; Wakefield H.S. 2, 3; HR. V. Pres. 2; Track Team 2; Wrestling Team 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 3; Key Cl. 2; Art. Cl. 2; Glee Cl. 3; Mixed Chorus 2 201 Homeroom Vice Presidents k m ELIZABETH KAREN CENTELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bus. Cl. 4 NANCY ELLEN CHAMPLIN F. H.S. 4; Bozeman High 2, 3; Art Cl. 4 G. A.A. 4; Fr. Cl. 2 THEODORE WILLIE CHAPMAN, JR. F.H.S. 3, 4; Nurnberg H.S. 2; Honor Rol 2; Art Cl. 2; Ger. Cl. 2; Nurnberg News paper Staff 2 SENIOR HOMEROOM VICE PRESIDENTS: Mike Rea, Mike Miller, Johnnie Jenkins, Stephen Spainhour, Harry Britt, Bobby Bell, Bobby Decker, Mary Ellen Van Hout, Beth Cook, Jamie Hildebrandt, Fran Olver, Melissa Geddie, Vickie Walden, Sandee Yarborough. CONSTANCE PAIGE CARPENTER F.H.S. 4; Granby High 2; Carlisle High 3: Pep Cl. 2; Basketball 2, 3; Intra. Volleybal 2; Art. Cl. 3; HR. Sec. 3; Baseball 3; Misi F.H.S. Cent. 4; F.T.A. 4; Fr. Cl. 4 JAME CAVANO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 4; Band Clinic 4; Intra Volleyball 2; Sr. Hi. Singers 4; Stage Bant 4; Ger. Cl. 3, 4 BEN ALLEN CAVIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 202 Are Selected By Seniors DEBORAH SHAW CHASON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Drama Cl. 4; Art Cl. 4; Glee Cl. 2, 3 ; G.A.A. 4 ; Sp. Cl. 4 HARRIETT CHESTNUT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Baseball 2, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 JAMES MOSELEY CHESNUTT, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres. 4; St. For. 4; Wrestling Team 2, 4; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Fr. Cl. 3, 4 ELAINE D. CHRISTIAN F.H.S. 4; Lincoln H.S. 2, 3; H.R. V. Pres. 2; N.H.S. Sec. 2 CHARLENE ROSSANN CLARK F.H.S. 3, 4 ; Orleans American H.S. 2 ; Drama Cl. 2 TERRI CLARK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ROBERT JOHN CLAUSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas. 4; Football Team 3; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 2, 3, 4; F.C.A. 3, 4 DEBBIE JUNE CLAYS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3 CAROL COBB F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 GAIL FRANSENA COGDELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Art. Cl. 1; Health Careers Cl. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 GLENNA CATHERINE COLE F.H.S. 3, 4; Lakenheath American H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 3; G.A.A. 4; Span. Cl. 4; H.R. Pres. 1; Stu. Co. 2; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2 WILLIAM COLLIER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 203 Seniors Look To The Future DEBORAH ALICE COLLINS F.H.S. 4; Hope Mills H.S. 2; Erwin 3; Jr Sr. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Fr. Cl. 3 DONALD GAIL COLONS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Cl. 4 EDWARD JOSEPH COLLINS F.H.S. 4; Danvers H.S. 2; Sidney Laniei H.S. 3; Basketball Team 2; Baseball Tean 2; Soccer Team 2; Intra. Football 4; Fr. Cl 2; Fr. Cinema Cl. 2; Math Cl. 2, 3; Math Team 2; Nat. Math Hon. Soc. 3; Chess Cl. S.I LYNN EDGAR COLLINS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 2, 3; Track Team 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Del. to Stu Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Lib. Asst. 2, 3, 4 JAMES COLVIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PEDRO ANTONIO COLON F.H.S. 4; Caracas H.S. 2, 3; Class Pres. 2 Basketball Team 2, 3; Football Team 2, 3 Intra. Basketball 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Sp Cl. 4 GARY REED CONN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 MARGARET ELIZABETH COOK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres. 2, 3, 4; Stu- For. 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Sr. Class Grad Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. Chm. 3; Figure 3; Del to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Mixed Chorus 2| Sec.; Sr. Hi. Singers 3, 4, Sec. 4; F.T.A 4; Lafamac 4 JAN LOUISE COSTA F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas. 3; Sr. Class Gif Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Fr. Cl 2, 3; Bulldog 3, 4 SUSAN FAYE COTTINGHAM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 4; Intra Volleyball 2, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, - JOHN ROBERT COVINGTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team Man; 2 Cross-Country Team 3; Intra. Football 4 Mixed Chorus 3; F.C.A. 2; Lat. Cl. 2 ANDREW COWLEY F.H.S. 3, 4; Columbia H.S. 2; Basketbal Team 2; Baseball 2; H.R. Pres. 2, 4; Si For. 4; Sr. Class Activities Comm. 4; Fi Cl. 2, Pres. 2; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4; Bridge C 2, Pres. 2; Chess Cl. 2 204 ELIZABETH LeANN COX F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; D.E. Cl. 4; Bus. Cl. 3, 4, Sec. 3 JENIFER LYNN COX F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec.-Treas. 2, Sec. 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Fr. Cl. 2; H.R. Man. 4 PHILLIP WAYNE CRAWFORD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 BILLIE JEAN CRAWLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 DASHIELL WESLEY CRIGLER F.H.S. 3, 4; Munich H.S. 2, 3; H.R. Rep. 2; Band 2; N.H.S. 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Lat. Cl. 4; Ger. Cl. 4 GLENN S. CROOK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres. 3; Stu. For. 3; Cross-Country Team 4; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Mag. Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Sr. Hi. Singers 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 4; La fa- mac 4 GLORIA ANN CROOM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Art Cl. 4; Mixed Chorus 2 WALTER McDonough CROOM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Douglas Southall Freeman H.S. 2; H.R. Pres. 2; St. For. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Ger. Cl. 3; Fr. Cl. 4; Lafamac 4 Seniors Sandee Yarborough, Sarah vonRosenberg, and Stan Crumpler begin considering their choice of college. 205 Senior Secretaries Help SENIOR HOMEROOM SECRETARIES: Diane Maness, Val Dodge. Janice Mitchell, Pam Hargis, Kathy Wheel- er, Nancy Van Hook, Fran Round, Eileen Wright, Katy Pezzelle, Dorothy Holmes, Tina Jernigan, Lynda Buie, Barbara Beavers. MILES STANLEY CRUMPLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Stedman Essay 3; Lafamac 4 DERRYL WAYNE CULBRETH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Track Team 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volley- ball 4; Intra. Football; F.C.A. 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 KATHRYN CUNNINGHAM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 CHARLIE EDWARD DAIL F.H.S. 4 " ; Elizabethtown H.S. 2, 3 CALVIN J. DALTON, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 ROBERT WAYNE DAMEWOOD F.H.S. 4; Westminster H.S. 2, 3; Wrestling Team 4 Manage Homeroom Affairs NANCY ELIZABETH DAVIES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Drama Cl. 4; Fr. Cl. 3 JAMES ALEXANDER DAVIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 3; Intra. Bas- ketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Foot- ball 4; Baseball 4 PHILLIP MEAL DAVIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 3; Intra. Volleyball 4 WILLIAM ADWORD DAVIS, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Off., Sec. 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; F.C.A. 3, 4; Lat. Cl. 4; Baseball 2, 3,4 JOSEPH GLEN DAY F.H.S. 4; Kubasaki 2; Dreher 3; Football Team 3; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4; Varsity “F” Club 4; Soccer Team 3; Football Rules Cl. 3; Lat. Cl. 2 PATRICIA ANN DEAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Waiter and Waitress Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Bus. Cl. 3,4; Fr. Cl. 3 CLAYTON WILLIAM DEATON, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Baseball 4 JOHN THOMAS DECKER : F.H.S. 3, 4; Balboa H.S. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 4 ROBERT LESTER DECKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres. 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4 KATHRYN MARIE DENNEHEY F.H.S. 3, 4; Kubasaki H.S. 2; H.R. Treas. 3 MICHAEL MAXWELL DESIST F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3 SANDRA LYNNE DeYEAR F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 207 Seniors Display Enthusiasm LINDA CAROL DICENZO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm.; Ar Cl. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 LAWRENCE CHARLES DICKENS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra Volleyball 4; Jr.-Sr. Program Comm. 3 GEORGE STEVE DIMOS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Man. 2, 3, 4 Fr. Cl. 4 EVELYN SANDRA DOANE F.H.S. 3, 4, Frankfurt Amer. H.S. 2; Mis: F.H.S. Cont. 4; St. Co. H.R. Rep. 2: Bus. Cl 3; St. Asst. 2 VALEN CAROL DODGE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 2, 3; Miss F.H.S Cont. 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Jr. Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv 2; Sr. Hi. Singers 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 3, 4 CLYDE DOMINEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres. 2; St. For. 2: Wrestling Team 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom Conv. 2 SHARON LOU DORSEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Treas., Sr. Cl. 4; H.R V. Pres. 2; H.R. Pres. 3; Stu. For. 3, Jr Cl. Rep. 3; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Intra. Vol leyball 2; Sr. Class Play Comm. 4; Mis: F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4, Miss Congeniality, 4; Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. Chm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Figure Comm. 3; Figure 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom Conv. 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Sp. Cl. 2, 4, V. Pres. - ; MARIAN KENT DOXEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Soph. Cl. Rep. 2; Jr. Cl. Sec 3; Hist. 4; Marshal 3; H.R. Sec. 3; Intra: Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Sr. Clas Magazine Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Contest 3 4; Miss F.H.S. Program Comm. 3; Sco. Dan 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Fr. Cl. 2 Lat. Cl. 4 ROZELYN ESSLINGER DURANT F.H.S. 4, West Side H.S. 2, 3; H.R. V. Pres 2, 3; Orch. 2, 3; V. Pres. Pep Cl. 3; Sp. Cl 2; Mod. Dan. Cl. 2, 3; Sci. Cl. 2; Bowlini Cl. 4; Ch. Cl. 2, 3, V. Pres. 2,3 STEVE DUNKERLY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 CINDY KAY DUSSAULT F.H.S. 4; Saugham H.S. 2, Bella Vista H.5 3, Hiram Johnson 3; Tennis Team 2, 3 Intra. Basketball 3, Bus. Cl. 3; Lib. Cl. 2 Mixed Ch. 2; Pep Cl. 2, 3 CALVIN RUSH EATMAN F.H.S. 4, Olney H.S. 2, Parker H.S. 3; Base ball Team 2; Football Team 3; Cross-Countr Team 2; Hi-Y 2; Art Cl. 4; Bus. Cl. 4 Mixed Ch. 3; F.C.A. 3 208 Cheering seniors exercise their privilege of leaving assembly before underclassmen. MARK DAVID EDELMAN LH.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Intra. olleyball 2, 3; Intra. Football 2, 3, 4 3ARRY ALLEN EDWARDS F.H.S. 3, 4; Thomasville H.S. 2; Band 2; Vrestling 2 IALPH THOMAS ELLINGTON ' ' .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4 LINDA ALICE EMBREY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Bus. LI. 4. iHIRLEY LEE EVANS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3; Hiss F.H.S. Cont. 3 YVONNE FRANZISKA EVANS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 4 209 Seniors Attend Two hundred twenty-five seniors board the buses to Chapel Hill, participating in the annual Senior Trip. THOMAS JAMES EVELYN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2 ; Intra. Football 4 IRA HENDERSON FARR F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 2; Football Team 3; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 2, 4 CAROLYN ANN FAULKNER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2 CAROL AILLEEN FENSKE F.H.S. 4; M.A.H.S. 2, 3; Intra. Volleyball 4; Art Cl. 4; G.A.A. 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 4 DAVID RICARDO FERNANDEZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3; Chief Marshal 3; St. Council 3, 4, Parlia. 4; Workshop 3; Football Team 2, 4; Miss F.H.S. Chmn 3; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. Chmn. 3; Figure 3, 4; Key Cl. 3, 4; Span. Cl. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Most Courteous MALCOLM RAY FIELDS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Judges Comm. 3; Varsity “F” Club 3, 4; Span. CL 3 210 Carolina-Wake Forest Game GABRIELLE FLEMING F.H.S. 3, 4; Holy Cross 2; Cinnaminson 3; Yearbook Staff 2; Pep Cl. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 ; Bus. Cl. 3 DONNA JO FLORA F.H.S. 3, 4; Clover H. S. 2; Drama Cl. 2; Lib. Cl. 2, 4; Fr. Cl. 2; Bio.-Sci.-Chem. Cl. 2 DAVID GEORGE FOWLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Pres. 4; Football Team 3; Track Team 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2, 3; Key Club 4; Lat. Cl. 2; Stu. For. 4; Most School Spirit ELIZABETH CORBETT FOX F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas. 3; Sr. Class Sec. 4; Chm. Sr. Class Mag. Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Figure 4; Mixed Cho- rus 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Lat. Cl. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Most Courteous THOMAS MICHAEL FRANCIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Sp. Cl. 4 STEPHANIE FRAZIER F.H.S. 3, 4; Kubasaki H.S. 2 CANDY MERCEDES FRINK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3 JANET LEA FULLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 2; V. Pres. 3; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Ger. Cl. 2 MICHAEL GARY FUNCK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Mag. Comm. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 4; Fr. Cl. 4 KATHY JUNE GAILLARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Latin Award 3; H.R. Treas. 4; Stu. For. 3; Sr. Class Grad. Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 3, 4; F.H.A. 2; Lat. Cl. 2, 3; Lafamac 4; Most Intellectual DONALD LORENZ GANGWAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nurnberg H. S. 2; Cross-Coun- try Team 2; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball; Intra. Football 4; Mixed Cho- rus 2 REBECCA ANNE GATES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi.-Fin. Award 4; H.R. Treas. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4, Treas. 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 4; Lafamac 4 211 Senior Homeroom Treasurers SARAH MELISSA GEDDIE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr. -Sr. Comm. 3; Sp. Cl. 3, 4; Bulldog 3; Lafamac 4 PATRICIA SUZANNE GEESIN F.H.S. 3, 4; Mountain Home H.S. 2, 3: Seventy-First H.S. 3; Pep Cl. 2; Sp. Cl. 2 Beta Cl. 2, 3 BARBARA JEAN GENTER F.H.S. 3, 4; Seventy-First H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S Cont. 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 JUDE NICHOLAS GENTILE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Lat. Cl. 3, 4 ALFRED D. GEORGE F.H.S. 3, 4; Edison H.S. 2; Intra. Basketball MANUEL GEURRERO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 DONALD P. GILL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 LINDA KAY GILLEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm, 3; Bus. Cl. 4; F.H.A. 2 RICHARD AMBROSE GILLIAM F.H.S. 3, 4; Christ H.S. 2, 3; Soccer Team 2, 3; Gamma Lambda Sigma Frat. 3; Foot- ball 2; Tennis 2, 3; Delta Cl. 2, V. Pres. 2 LINDA JO GLASS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. V. Pres. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; F.H.A. 3, 4, Pres. 4 DAVID LEE GODWIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra Football 4; Ger. Cl. 4 GARY LANCE GODWIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Clinic: 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Intra. Volleybal 3, 4; Intra. Football 3, 4; Intra. Softball 3i 4; Bus. Cl. 4 212 Regulate Homeroom Budget ROSALIND MARIE GODWIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 2, Pres. 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3 ; Cheerleader 2, 4 ; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Sp. CL 3, 4; Most School Spirit BRENDA SUSAN GOODING F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2 ; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Sr. Hi. Singers 3; F.T.A. 3 SENIOR HOMEROOM TREASURERS: Kathy Gaillard, Mary Ann Padgett, Peggy Holland, Ellen Loll, Diane Jones, Sandra Vann, Susan Brantley, Fran May, Rebecca Hall, Tony Small WILLIAM PATRICK GRAHAM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Softball 4; Intra. Football 4 MARK WHITTLESEY GRAVES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4 MICHAEL ROY GREEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Intra. Soft- ball 4; Ger. Cl. 3, 4 LEON BRITTON GREGORY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JERRY JEAN GRIFFIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 NANCY SCOTT GRIFFIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Sec. 3; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Lib. Cl. 4; Bulldog 3, 4 213 Senior Wins DANIEL PATRICK GRIMES F.H.S. 3, 4; Burnsville H.S. 2, 3; Baseball Team 2; Wrestling Team 3 BARBARA ANN GRODZICKI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Health Careers Cl. 3, 4, Sec. 4; Lat. Cl. 3 DANIEL FRANCIS GROGAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Fin. 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Sr. Class Grad. Comm. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4, Parlia. 4; Math Cl. 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Most Intellectual ANIBAL GUTIERREZ F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt H.S. 2; Basketball Team 2; Baseball Team 3; Football Team 2, 3; Track Team 2; Varsity “F” Cl. 2 ROY DAVID GUTIERREZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Most Valuable Wrestler 3; H.R. Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; Baseball Team 4; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Key Cl. 4; F.CA. 3, 4 ONAH ALYCE GUY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Off. 3, 4; Intra. Volley- ball 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Cheerleader 2 WILMA JOYCE HAIR F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PEGGY MARIE HALE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.A.R. Good Citizen 4; Asst. Chief Marshal 3; St. Co. Cong. 4; H.R. Pres. 2; St. For. 2, 4, Pres. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Steering Comm. 3; Chm. Dec. Comm., Jr.-Sr. 3, Figure 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, 4; Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3, 4; Fr. CL 2, 3, Sec. 3, La- famac 4; Most Likely to Succeed, Most Out- standing Citizen ; St. Body Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4 Seniors Lynda Buie and Betty Jo Horner smile for the judges during the Miss FHS Contest. 214 Miss FHS Contest DONNA JEANETTE HALES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Bus. Cl. 4; G.A.A. 4 JAMES MICHAEL HALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3; Intra. Football 4; Intra. Softball 4; Intra. Basket- ball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 REBECCA DELL HALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas. 2, 4, V. Pres. 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom Conv. 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 JOSEPH L. HAMILTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; Sp. Cl. 3 GLENN OLIVER HARDEE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 3; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 2, 3, 4; Intra. Softball 4; Bus. Cl. 4 PAMELA SUE HARGIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; H.R. Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3, Sec. 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Softball 2; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Chm. Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Invitations Comm. Chm. 3; Cheerleader 4; Fr. Cl. 3, 4; Lafamac 4 LINDA LEE HARMON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Sp. CL 2, 3 RICKEY ERROL HARMON F.H.S. 3, 4; Munich American H.S. 2; Band 3, 4 RODNEY ERIC HARMON F.H.S. 3, 4; Golf Team 2; Art Cl. 4 KAREN ANN HARPER F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt H.S. 2; H.R. See.- Treas. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Sp. Cl. 4 BARBARA JEAN HARRIL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 3, 4 VICTOR WALLACE HARRIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Lat. Cl. 3 215 Seniors Conduct MERRIT FRANKLIN HARRISON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Lib. CL 3, 4; Bull- dog 4 CHARLES VAN HARTSELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intfa. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Sp. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Bulldog 4 President Johnny Lambeth presides over the senior class meeting for choosing mascots. HOWARD LEE HATLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Ger. Cl. 2, 3 JUDY SHARON HAYES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2; F.H.A. 3, 4; Health Careers Civ 2 CAROL MARGARET HAYWARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Fin. 4; HR. V. Pres. 2; Sr. Class Maga. Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. Chmn. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.- Sr. Invitations Comm. Chmn. 3; Figure 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom Conv. 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Fr. Cl. 4; Bulldog 3, 4, Editor 4 SAUNDRA ANNETTE HAZEL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PHILLIP EARL HEATH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 3 DANIEL LEE HEDGEPETH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Cl. 4; Lat. Cl. 4 216 lass Meetings ROBERT EVERETTE HERNDON F.H.S. 3, 4; Munich American H.S. 2; Track Team 2; Cross-Country Team 2; Art Cl. 4, Pres. 4; F.C.A. 2 ALAN DALE HETHCOAT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3 DAVID ALAN HICKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Band Letter Cl. 3, 4 LEO JON HILDEBRAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 4; Art Cl. 4; Sp. Cl. 4; Lat. Cl. 2 JAMIE SHELLEY HILDEBRAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 BENJAMIN WOOD HILL, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Football Team 2; Sr. Class Gift Comm. 4; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Programs Comm. Chmn. 3; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Youth Council 3, 4. Pres. 4 DEE C. HILL F.H.S. 3, 4; Munich H.S. 2; HR. Off. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Ger. Cl. 2, 4; Basket- ball Team 2; Pep Cl. 2 MURL TRAVIS HILL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2; Ger. Cl. 3 DONALD JOHN HOAG F.H.S. 4 BRENT HODGES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Band Clinic 3, 4; Tennis Team 2; Fr. Cl. 2, 3; Band Letter Cl. 3, 4 PAMELA ANN HOLCOMB F.H.S. 3, 4; Terra Linda H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Lib. Cl. 4; Fr. Cl. 4 SALLY JANE HOLCOMB F.H.S. 3, 4; Clarksville H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Art Cl. 2, 3, 4 217 Seniors Discover ! JAQUELINE ANNE HOLDER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 3; Intra. Softball 3; Miss F.H.S. Poster Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Art Cl. 4; Mixed Cho. 2; Health Careers Cl. 2, 3, 4; Lat. Cl. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 2 PEGGY ANN HOLLAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 4; Intra. Basket- ball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Health Careers Cl. 2; Sp. CL 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL WAYNE HOLLOWAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3 DOROTHY CAIN HOLMES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.- Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Lib. CL 4, Pres. 4; Sp. CL 2, 4 FRANCES WALKER HOLMES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Sco. Dan. 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 2; Lafamac 4 JUDY DIANE HOLMES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Softball 3; Mixed Cho. 2; Sp. CL 2, 3 ELIZABETH MYATT HOOD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; HR. Pres. 3; Stu. For. 3; Intra. Basketball 2; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. Chm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; Fr. Cl. 2; Lafamac 4, Editor 4; Most Dependable DICK CLETUS HOPFER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art Cl. 2, 4 PATRICIA FAYE HORNE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN DOUGLAS HORNE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4 BETTY JOANNE HORNER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 3, 4; Health Careers CL 2; Sp. CL 2 LINDA GAIL HOUSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 3 218 Ill vils of Macbeth JOHN EDWARD HOUSTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Football Team 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 2, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Fr. Cl. 4; Lat. Cl. 2, V. Pres. 2 EVELYN JOYCE HUGGINS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lib. Cl. 3, 4 FRANK MAXWELL HUNT F.H.S. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 4; Bulldog 4 IRENE HUTCHINSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 3; Bus. Cl. 4 BETTY JEAN HYMAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Health Careers Cl. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4; Sp. Cl. 4; Lajamac 4 ROBERT RHEA INGRAHAM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4 CARLA LOIS IRWIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 3, 4 LARRY GORDON ISENBERG F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 3, 4; Intra. Bas- ketball 4; Intra. Foot- ball 4; Ger. Cl. 2, 3 Witch Val Dodge stirs her cauldron as her Senior English class presents a scene from Macbeth. 219 Seniors Support BOOTEN JACKSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 WELTON JAY JACKSON F.H.S. 4; Grays Creek 2; Southwood Col- lege 3; Basketball Team 2, 3; Baseball Team 2; Golf Team 2; Mixed Cho. 3; F.C.A. 2, 3 RANDOLF GRAHAM JACOBY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JANET KAY JAMISON F.H.S. 3, 4; Ludwigsburg H.S. 2; G.A.A. 2 JOHNSON CHURCH JENKINS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Bradwell Inst. 2; HR. V. Pres. 4; Band 2; Track Team 4; Cross- Country Team 3, 4; Tennis Team 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Sci. Cl. 2 TINA LOUISE JERNIGAN F.H.S. 3, 4; Chofu H.S. 2; HR. Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 3, 4; Bus. CL 4; Lib. Cl. 2; G.A.A. 2 LAWRENCE L. JERSEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Wres- tling Team 2; Intra. Football 4; Intra. Bas- ketball 4; Intra. Vol- leyball 4; Bulldog 4 RONALD ALLEN JOHNS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Fin. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 3, 4 Seniors wait anxiously to hear the number of the next winner in the Honor Society’s Christmas cake walk. 220 Club Projects DANIEL MERLE JOHNSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Mixed Cho. 4 SAMUEL EDWARD JOHNSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; .Baseball Team 4; Football Team 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4 KATHY DIANE JONES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2, Treas. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; F.H.A. 3, 4 GRACE ANN KEARNEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Softball 2; G.A.A. 3 KENNETH STEVEN KELLY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4 JOHN LLOYD KENNEDY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4 WINNIE KENNEDY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 DORY MAXINE KESTNER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Invitations Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2; Lib. Cl. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 4 AUDREY RUGENIA KINSEY F.H.S. 3, 4; Kimball H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Cheerleader 2; Mixed Cho. 2; F.H.A. 2; 4-H Cl. 2 ALONZO HOWARD KIRBY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Golf Team 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3 RICHARD EDWARD KNOTT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2. Baseball Team 2, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 3, 4; Figure 3; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; F.C.A. 2, 3 ; JOHN ALFRED KNOWLES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4 221 Seniors Enjoy PEGGY LEE KOESTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Bus. CL 4; F.H.A. 4 MARY ANN KOHLER F.H.S. 3, 4; Pemberton Township H.S. i 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Math Cl. 4; G.A.A. 3; Fr. Cl. 3 PHYLLIS VENITA KOLODY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Portsmouth H.S. 2; Sp. Cl. 4 PAM COUNCIL KOPENHAVER F.H.S. 3, 4; Camp Hill H.S. 2; John Harris H.S. 2; Art Cl. 2; F.T.A. 2 THOMAS MATHEW KRIWANER F.H.S. 4; Bad Kreuznech A.H.S. 2; Albany H.S. 3; Stu. Co. Cong. 2; Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 4; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3; Ger. Cl. 2, 3 MASANOTI KUSAKABE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 4 JOHN ADDISON LAMBETH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 2, 4, Rep. 3; Marshal 3; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 2; Intra. Football 4; Jr.-Sr. Steer- i ing Comm. 3; Figure 3, 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Exec. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Dist. Pres. 4; N.C. and S.C. World Serv. Ch. 4; Morehead Nom. 4; Best All-Around NICK J. LAMPROS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 2, 3, 4; Foot- i ball Team 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; F.C.A. 2,3; Sp. Cl. 4 KATHY ANN LANZEL F.H.S. 3, 4; Alamogordo H.S. 2; Bus. Cl. 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2 ' STEPHEN DOUGLAS LARGENT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 3; Stu. For. 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Figure 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2, 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sr. Hi Singers 4 WILLIAM EDWARD LATTIMORE F.H.S. 4; Inter. School of Bangcock 2, 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Art Cl. 4; Lat. Cl. 3, 4 CHRISTIE LYNN LEAKE F.H.S. 3, 4; Wurzburg H.S. 2; HR. Treas. 3; N.H.S. 3,4 Ihristmas Activities CHARLES RONALD LEPORS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 3, 4; Stu. For. 3; Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; Best Rebounder 3; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Grad. Comm. 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4 SANTO ANTHONY LETRENT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Hi-Y 2 3, 4 Seniors in Homeroom 12-9 enjoy their Christmas party. V1ARGARET ANNE LIGON LH.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. olleyball 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 1; Sr. Hi Singers 2, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; LA. A. 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 3 SAMUEL GOODE LINDSAY AH.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. ‘ootball 4; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss H.S. Comm. 3; Figure 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Mfatnac 4 1ARY WAYNE LINN H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 4; Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; All East Hon. Mention 3; ntra. Football 4; Sr. Class Comm. 4; ’igure 3; Waiter 2; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4; ey Cl. 3, 4 IAZEL GANOE LINN H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2, 3, 4; Mis; H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. ; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Sp Cl. 4 ■RANCES CHRISTINE LITTLEJOHN H.S. 2, 3, 4; Potomac H.S. 3 3ERNICE ELLEN LOLL H.S. 3, 4; Central H.S. 2; HR. Treas. Stu. For. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; F.T.A. k Fr. Cl. 4; Glee Cl. 2; Pep Cl. 2 223 College Is Foremost STEVE MICHAEL LONG F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Art Cl 4- Sp. Cl. 4 JAMES LESLIE LOUDEN, JR. F.H.S. 3, 4; Cheyenne Central H.S. 2; Intra. Volleyball 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Sp. Cl 3, 4 RONALD WADSWORTH LOVE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.C.A. 2; Sp. Cl. 2, 3,4 SUSAN GAIL LOVETTE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3 MILDRED ANN LUCAS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Lib. Cl. 4; Fr. Cl. 3 SHERRY RENE LUNCEFORD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art Cl. 3, 4; Lib. Cl. 3: F.H.A. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 PARRIS MARTIN LUSK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Team 2; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; Ger. Cl. 2; Intra. Football 4 KEVIN MICHAEL LYNCH F.H.S. 2, 4; Munich Am. H.S. 3; HR. V. Pres. 3; Intra. Basket- ball 3; Intra. Volley- ball 3; Ger. Cl. 2, 3; Intra. Soccer 4; Jazz Cl. 3; Chess Cl. 3 224 i Senior Minds ROBERT CHARLES MACLANE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 3, 4; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Var- sity “F” Cl. 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 4 VIRGINA LOUISE McALLISTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Treas. 4; Fr. Cl. 2; Bulldog 4 BOBBY CLIFTON McALPIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2; Intra. Foot- ball 4; Fr. Cl. 4 george McCarthy F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 JANET SUE McCORQUODALE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 3; Sr. Class Play Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Sco. Dan. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Sec. 3; Fr. Cl. 3 ; Lafamac 4 WAYNE CAMPBELL McCORQUODALE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2 RONALD NORWOOD McCULLEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 NED CHARLES McELWAINE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4 DONALD BRUCE McFERREN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 2, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 2, 3; Wrestling Team 3; Waiter 2; Varsity “F” Cl. 2, 3, 4; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4; F.C.A. 2, 3, 4 SHARON LUCAS McLAMB F.H.S. 4; Dunn H.S. 2, 3; D.E. Cl. 4; Bas- ketball Team 2, 3; F.H.A. 3, Sec. 3 JAMES BARHAM McLAUGHLIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 2; Intra. Foot- ball 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Hi-Y 4; Sp. Cl. 4 MARGARET DeROSSET McLEAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Class Rep. 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Figure 3, 4; Waitress 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Sco. Dan. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3 225 Senior Tabu Tigers SUZANNE AMY McNEIL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; ; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; Bus. G. 4, Treas. 4 ' AUGUSTUS IVERSON McPHAIL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PAM GWEN McRAINEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Stu. For. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Sco. Dan. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Lafamac 4 RUTH DIANE MANESS F.H.S. 3, 4; Massey Hill H.S. 2; N.H.S. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lat. Cl. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; HR. Sec. 4; F.H.A. 2; Cheer- leader 2; Monogram Cl. 2; Honor Student 2; Biology Award 2; Homecoming Queen 4 DAPHNE WILHELMINA MANNING F.H.S. 3, 4; American Academy 2; Band 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4 JENNY MARKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 HELEN MAXINE MARSHALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Lib. Cl. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4 DOUGLAS JAMES MASSINGILL F.H.S. 3, 4; Wilson Fike 2 ROBERT DEE MATTOX, JR. F.H.S. 4; Kubasaki H.S. 2, 3; Basketball Team 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; N.H.S. 2, 3; Key Cl. 4; Sigma Delta Athletic Fraternity 3, Treas. 3; Judo Cl. 2, 3; Soccer Team 2 DAWN ANNETTEE MAULTSBY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; I Glee Cl. 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 4 MARGARET CAROLYN MAUNEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Gov. of School 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Drama Cl. 4; Lib. Cl. 4; Band Letter Cl. 3, 4 ARTHUR DUDLEY MAXWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4 I 1 F 1 1 226 Tri-Hi-Y Powderpuff Game FRANCES BRIGHT MAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 4; Intra. Foot- ball 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 4; Cheerleader 2; Art Cl. 2 ROBERT STANLEY MAY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 The Tabu Tigers, senior members of the Tri-Hi-Y, diligently exercise in preparation for the Powderpuff Game, as coach Bobby Bell instructs them. ANIE GAYLE MEARES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Vliss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Lib. Cl. 4 DONNA JEAN MELO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Off. 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; D.E. Cl. 4, Sec. 4; Lib. Cl. 2 CAROLYN ELIZABETH MELVIN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Lib. Cl. 4, Sec. ,1; F.T.A. 2, 3 HARVIN WAYNE MELVIN LH.S. 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 4 vlICHAEL KENT MELVIN LH.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Art Cl. 4 IOBIN MARIE MERCADO CH.S. 4; Nurenberg H.S. 2, 3; HR. Off. !; Mixed Cho. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, V. Pres. !; German Cl. 2 Seven Seniors Recognized A [ DENISE MEREDITH j F.H.S. 4 i PATRICIA ANN MIKELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; ] Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 4; Art CL 4; Health Careers Cl. 3, 4; Sp. CL 3, 4 MARSHALL JUNE MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Class Rep. 3, 4; HR. Sec.- Treas. 2, 3; Sr. Class Comm. Chinn. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Figure 3, 4; Sco. Dan. 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 3 MARY ELIZABETH MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Class V. Pres. 3, 4; HR. I V, Pres. 2, 3; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Steering Comm. 3; Figure 3, 4; Sco. - j Dan 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 4; Best All-Around MICHAEL LEE MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 4; Baseball Team 2, 3, 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4 PHYLLIS RAY MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Curtis H.S. 2; Honor Roll 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4 YVONNE CAROL MILLER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Health Careers Cl. 3, 4 ANNE NEWTON MILLS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR., Pres. 3; Stu. For. 3; Intra. Football 4;- Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 3, 4 National Merit Semi-Finalists are Martha Talley, Logan Robinson, Carol Hayward, Ronnie Johns, Dan Grogan, and Vernon New. 228 National Merit Semi-Finalists BARREN KEITH MILNER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3 IANICE CATHERINE MITCHELL F.H.S. 3, 4; Seventy-First 2; HR. Sec. 4; [ntra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Bus. Cl. 2, 3; Lib. Cl. 2; Mixed Cho. 2, 3; Sr. Hi Singers 4; 3p. Cl. 4; F.H.A. 2; Cheerleader 2 THOMAS WINFRED MOBLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; F.C.A. 3 , 4 DEBBY CAMILLE MOORE F.H.S. 4; Ankara Am. H.S. 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Bus. Cl. 4; Mixed Cho. 3; Health Careers Cl. 2, Pres. 2 DONNA JEAN MOORE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4 RACHAEL DIANE MORGAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Cho. 4 CAROL ANNETTE MORRISON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Intra. Softball 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Band Letter Cl. 2, 3; Majorette 3, 4 LONNIE MARTIN MORRISON, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4 ROBIN LEE MORRISON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Band Clinics 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Intra. Softball 2; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Band Letter Cl. 3, 4; Ma- jorette 3 DEBORAH LOUISE MURCHISON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 4 MARY FRANCES MURPHY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Off. 3; Intra. Bas- ketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 DELBERT JOSEPH MUSE, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 229 Seniors Tackle MANUELA CONSTANCIA NAPIER F.H.S. 3, 4; Ft. Hamilton H.S. 2; Pleasure Ridge Park H.S. 2, 3; Beta Cl. 3; Intra. Football 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 3; Lat. Cl. 4, Treas. 4 JOB NAVARRETE, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 CAROL ANN NEAL F.H.S. 3, 4; Picayune Mem. H.S. 2; HR. V. Pres. 2; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Invitations Comm. 3; Waitress 2; Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3; Glee Cl. 2; Fr. Cl. 2; Pep Cl. 2; F.N.A. 2 ROBERT ALLEN NEILSON F.H.S. 3, 4; New Hanover H.S. 2; HR. V. Pres. 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Foot- ball 2, 3, 4 ; Lat. Cl. 2; Biology Cl. 2; ROTC 2; Most Attractive DONNA RUTH NELMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec.-Treas. 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Play Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Drama Cl. 3; Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 4 CHARLES GREGORY NELSON F.H.S. 2, 3,4; Lib. Cl. 4 DAVID R. NELSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 VERNON NEW F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Fin. 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Sp. Cl. 4 HAL THOMAS NEWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3 RICHARD RAYMOND NEWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Morehead Nom. 4; Class Rep. 3, 4; Marshal 3; HR. Pres. 3; Bas- ketball Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Grad. Comm. Chmn, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Figure 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Lajamac 4; Most Dependable ROBERT KENDRICK NEWTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 LINDA JO NICHOLAS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Bus. Cl. 4; Health Careers Cl. 4; G.A.A. 4 L 230 ferm Papers THOMAS GLENN NICHOLS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Math Cl. 3, 4 ROBERT RANKIN NIMOCKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 3; Stu. For. 3; Football Team 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Sr. Class Grad. Comm. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 4 JUANITA RUTH NOBLE F.H.S. 3, 4; Chatiauroux H.S. 2; Intra. Football 4; Cheerleader 2; Bus. Cl. 4; Lib. Cl. 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Annual Staff 2 JEANETTE SYLVIA NOGUEIRA F.H.S. 4; Pine Forest H.S. 2; J.F. Kennedy School 2, 3; F.N.A. 2 CAROLYN MONTEL NORRIS F.H.S. 3, 4; E.E. Smith H.S. 2; Band 2; Sp. Cl. 4 NANCY ELIZABETH NOWELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Intra. Softball 2; F.H.A. 4; Ger. Cl. 4 RICK NUNEZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 GERALD THOMAS OAKEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; Intra. Foot- ball 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 3, 4; Lat. Cl. 2; Ger. Cl. 3, 4, Pres. 4 Seniors Karen Harper, Rob Herndon, Ben Hill, John Houston, and Travis Hill begin working on their term papers by using reference ma- terials in the library at FHS. 231 ROBERT WILBUR O’BRIANT, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; Track Team 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 JOHN DAVID ODEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 Morehead Scholarship Nominees from FHS are Larry Bass, Johnny Lambeth, Rick Newell, Fred Rose, and Ray Wertheim. EDWARD GILBERT ODOM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4 JOHN PETER O’HALE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 4; Track Team 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Sr. Class Gift Comm. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4; Lafamac 4 DORIS FRAN OLVER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 3; Ctu. For. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Program Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Cheerleader 4; Tri-Hi- Y 3,4; Fr. Cl. 2 Seniorsl CARLOS RAMON ORTIZ F.H.S. 4; Wis Llorens 3; Tawton H.S. 2; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Intra. Golf 2 STEVE ROGER OUELLETTE F.H.S. 4; Leilehua 2; Caribou H.S. 3; Stu. For. 2, 3; Ski Team 3 DEBBIE CAROL OUTLAW F.H.S. 3, 4; Lumberton H.S. 2 232 deceive Varied Honors LUCY VIRGINIA OVERTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 4; Sp. Cl. 2, 3, 4 NED FRANCIS OWEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 MARY ANN PADGETT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; HR. Treas. 2, 4; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. Chmn. 3; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Figure 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Fr. Cl. 2 BEDILLA MARIA PAGAN F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt Am. H.S. 2; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Health Careers Cl. 4; Ger. Cl. 4; Ski Cl. 2 HARRIET SUSAN PAGE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; De. to Stu. Co. Norn. Conv. 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 4; Health Careers Cl. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, 4 MILLIE JOYCE PARKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Norn. Conv. 3; D.E. Cl. 4; F.H.A. 3 FHRISTA KATHARINA PARKS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Ir.-Sr. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Health Ca- reers Cl. 2; Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Treas. 3; Intra. Bowling 2 ERVIN LEE PARRISH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Cl. 4 RICHARD GRAY PARRISH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4 3ARBARA JOAN PASTERNAK ? .H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss ' .H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Fr. 21 3, 4 iUSAN CANDE PATE ? .H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 2; Intra. Bas- ketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 2; Intra. Foot- all 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. lont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Cheerleader !, 4, Head 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4; Ger. Cl. 2 ’ATRICIA ANN PATTERSON .H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 3; Intra. Foot- all 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2, ; Sp. Cl. 4 233 Senior Recognized TONY EUGENE PAYNE F.H.S. 4; Owen J. Roberts H.S. 2; Meridean H.S. 3; Art Cl. 4 ANN PEABODY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Westside H.S. 3; Intra. Soft- ball 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Bus. Cl. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 ; Pep Cl. 3 JERRY WAYNE PEELE F.H.S. 4; Bremerhaven Am. H.S. 2, 3; Base- ball Team 4; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Play Comm. 4; Hi-Y 4 SUSAN ELMA PELL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Stu. Director 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Band Clinics 2, 3, 4; Intra. Softball 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Sr. Hi Singers 4, Stu. Director 4; Band Letter Cl. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Most Talented JANIE ROGERS PENDLETON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 3; Ger. Cl. 3. CATHY LARUE PEOPLES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2; Intra. Basket- ball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3; Intra. Football 3; Intra. Softball 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Cheerleader 2; D.E. Cl. 4, Pres. 4. DAVID LEE PERKINS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Intra. Soft- ball 4; Art Cl. 4 KATHY ROSE PERKINS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 3; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2. JUDITH MARY PETERSON F.H.S. 2,3,4; Art Cl. 4 NICHOLAS TERRY PETRIK F.H.S. 3, 4; Leto H.S. 2; Intra. Football 4; Fr. Cl. 2; Swimming Team 2 ELIZABETH DIANNE PETRUCELLI F.H.S. 3, 4; Robert E. Lee H.S. 2; Intra. Volleyball 4; F.H.A. 4; Health Careers Cl. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 KATHERINE MARGARET PEZZELLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 4; Intra. Tennis 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont 3,4; Sp. Cl. 4 234 As County Junior Miss MARGARET PRISCILLA PIGOTT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 4; Sp. CL 3, 4, Treas. 4 GEORGE JAMES PILIOGLOS F.H.A. 3, 4; Dreher H.S. 2, 3; Football Team 2, 3; Wrestling Team 2 JEANETTE FRANCES PILON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PRISCILLA aNNE PLANK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 4; Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 4. EDWARD EUGENE PLUMMER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 4; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Art Cl. 4; F.C.A. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 2, 3 PATRICK EUGENE PLUMMER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Art Cl. 2, 3 MARSHA POOLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 HENRY MERT PORTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 Bet Miller, Cumberland County’s Junior Miss, won third place in the state Junior Miss Contest. 235 Seniors Are Measured JAMES FURMAN POWERS F.H.S. 2, 3,4 DIANE MICHELLE PSAKI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; Sr. Class Gift Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Tickets Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.- Sr. Programs Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4, Sec. 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4; V. Pres. 3 MARIE QUIDERA F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Off. 3; Sp. Cl. 4 MICHAEL PATRICK REA F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2, V. Pres. 4; Bas- ketball Team 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Stu. For. 2, 4, Soph. Rep. 2; Waiter 2; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4; F.C.A. 2; Sr. Class Magazine Comm. 4 ROBERT EUGENE READLING F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL DALE RENEGAR F.H.S. 3, 4; Yadkinville H.S. 2; HR. Pres. 2, 3; Basketball Team 2; Football Team 2; Glee Cl. 2, 3 ROBERT JOSEPH REYNOLDS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 2, 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4 BETTY ROBIN RICHARDSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Softball 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 4 CAROLYN JOYCE RIGSBEE F.H.S. 3, 4; Rockingham H.S. 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Letter CL 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Health Careers Cl. 4; G.A.A. 2 WILLIAM RINGLER F.H.S. 3, 4; L.H.S. 2; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 2 MARY KORDON RIPLEY F.H.S. 3, 4; Rich Township H.S. 2; Dra- ma Cl. 2; Lib. Cl. 4; F.H.A. 3; G.A.A. 2; Fr. Cl. 3 THELMA ROBINSON RITCHEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.E. Cl. 3; F.H.A. 2 236 For Caps And Gowns MARTHA BLUE RITTER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 2, 4; Fr. Cl. 3; Intra. HR. Man. I ELIZABETH ANNE ROBERT F.H.S. 4; Holy Name H.S. 2, 3; Debating Cl. 2 GEORGE WILLIAM ROBERTSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Intra. Basketball 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 JANE MORGAN ROBERTSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec.-Treas 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3 KAREN LYNNE ROBERTSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Intra. Volleyball 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Art Cl. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 4; G.A.A. 2; Sp. Cl. 2, 3, 4 HARRISON EVANS ROBINSON, JR. F.H.S. 3, 4; Munich H.S. 2; Football Team 3; Newspaper Staff 2; Newspaper Cl. 2 LOGAN GILMORE ROBINSON F.H.S. 3, 4; Culver Militar y Academy 2; Sr. Class Act. Comm. 4; Soccer 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Fin. 4; “Most Talented” JOHN KEITH ROSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM FREDERICK ROSE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award .2; Morehead Nominee 4; St. Co. Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Rep. 2; Marshal 3; HR. Pres. 2; St. Co. Cong. 3; Stu. Co. Work- shop 4; Basketball Team 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Steering Comm. 3; Figure 3; Waiter 2; Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, V.- Pres. 4; Most Outstanding Citizen. BRENDA JEAN ROSS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; G.A.A. ; Sp. Cl. 4 JAY EDWARD ROSSI F.H.S. 3, 4; Princess Anne H.S. 2; HR. Treas. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Baseball 3; Football 4; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 4 FRANCES LOUISE ROUND F. H.S. 3, 4; Paris Am. H.S. 2; HR. Sec. 4; G. A.A. 2, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lib. Cl. 4; Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Sec. 4; Stu. Co. Rep. 2; Pep Cl. 2 237 Seniors Enjoy Their Patio DIGNA EMERITA ROURA F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 3, 4; D.E. Cl. 3 JOHNNIE JANE ROWE F.H.S. 4; H.H.S. 2, 3; Tennis Team 2; F.T.A. 2; F.H.A. 2; Sp. Cl. 2; Pep Cl. 2; Newspaper Staff 2 MARK ALLEN ROYAL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country Team 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Nom. Conv. 2; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 2, 3 ROSALIND H. RULNICK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 3; Stu. For. 3; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 2; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv, 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Fr. CL 2, 3,4 RICHARD DANIEL RUNKLE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Latin Cl. 4 PERRY RENFROW SAFRAN F.H.S. 4; S.S.F.S. 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 4; Sr. Hi Sing. 4; Soccer Team 2, 3; Lacrosse Team 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Debating Team 2; Basketball Team 2, 3 HELEN SANDERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 PAMELA GRACE SCHERER F.H.S. 4; Kubasaki H.S. 2, 3; Class Sec. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Fr. Cl. 4 ROBERT LOUIS SCHLOEGL F.H.S. 2, 4; Aquinas H.S. 3; Ultra. Baseball 2; Intra. Football 2; Golf Team 2 JOHN CALVIN SHAW F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 4; Football Team 3, 4; Track Team 3; Wrestling Team 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; Sp. Cl. 3 THOMAS GREGORY SHEARER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Nom. Conv. 3; Varsity “F” Club 3, 4; F.C.A. 4; Lat. Cl. 2; LaFamac 4 ALFRED HOLTON SHIELDS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2, 3; Intra. Basketball 2, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Lib. Cl. 3; F.C.A. 4; Lat. Cl. 2, 3 238 Seniors stop to chat on the newly built Senior patio beside the library. MARTHA ANNE SHULTZ F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Sr. Hi Singers 3, 4 JACKIE LYNN SIGMON F. H.S. 4; Spartanburg H.S. 2; Seventy-First H.S. 3; HR. Sec. 2; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; G. A.A. 4; Lat. Cl. 2 CAROL CHRISTINE SIMMONS F.H.S. 2,3,4; Lat. Cl. 3,4 DONNA LYNN SIMPSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2; V. Pres. 3; Intra. Basketball 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 2; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Activities Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; Sp. Cl. 2, 3,4 NANCY LYNN SLAUGHTER F.H.S. 4; Frank W. Cox H.S. 2, 3; St. Co. Workshop 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Tri- Hi-Y 3; Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3; Drill Team 3 ANTHONY SMALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 4; Baseball Team 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 4; Varsity “F” Cl., Sec. 3, 4; F.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Ger. Cl. 4; “Most Athletic” BEVERLY ANN SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Health Careers Cl. 2 CATHERINE ELAINE SMITH F.H.S. 3, 4; Bad Kreuznack H.S. 2; Stu. Co. Cong. 2; Baseball Team 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Bus. Cl. 4; Lib. Cl. 2; Mixed Cho. 2; G.A.A. 2 CECIL WAYNE SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 239 Seniors Order 1 JAMES HOWARD SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Basketball Team 2; Baseball Team 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; F.C.A. 2 JAMES ROLAND SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; F.C.A. 2 1 1 In RENEZA REGINALD SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 3; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 2; Intra. Basket- ball 2; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; F.C.A. 2, 3; Sp. Cl. 4 SARA TERESA SMITH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; In tra. Basketball 3; Intra. Softball 3; Bus. Cl. 4; Health Careers Cl. 3 DOROTHY CHRISTY SNIPES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Class V. Pres. 2; Marshal 3; HR. Sec.-Treas. 2; Miss F.H.S. Dec. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Sco. Dan. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; Tri- Hi- Y 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2 H l i It , CARL IRVIN SNYDER F.H.S. 4; Northeast H.S. 2, 3; Gymnastics Team 3 CATHIE ANNE SOBIESKI F.H.S. 3, 4; Choctawhatchee H.S. 2; HR. Rep. 2; Tri-Hi- Y 2; F.H.A. 4; Annual Sales- man for Tomahawk 2 PETER ROBERT SOLDAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4 KELSEY LOUISE SORENSEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 4; Sr. Class Activities Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; F.T.A. 4 V. - ? STEPHEN EUGENE SPAINHOUR F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; Track Team 4; Cross-Country Team 4; Sp. Cl. 3 PHILIP YATES SPEARS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 3; Intra. Bas- ketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Intra. Softball 4 PATRICIA MARGARET SPLEEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 240 Calling Cards FRANK S. SREDNICKI F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lat. Cl. 3; Ger. Cl. 4 WALLACE RAYMOND STAHL, JR. F.H.S. 4; General H.H. Aronald H.S. 2, 3; Football Team 3; Basketball Team 2; Track Team 2; LeHermans Cl. 2; Derkrieger 2 WILLIAM GERALD STANCIL F.H.S. 2, 3. 4; Leleihua H.S. 3; Football Team 2, 3; ROTC 3 RICHARD KING STANLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 GLORIA LYNN STAPLETON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lib. Cl. 3; F.T.A. 4; Fr. Cl. 4 SUZAN TERRELL STARK F.H.S. 4; Hillwood Seoul AM. H.S. 2, 3; Bas- ketball Team 3; Baseball Team 3; Tennis Team 2; Drama Cl. 2, 3; Glee Cl. 2; Mixed Cho. 3, 4 SHARON ANN STEVENSON F.H.S. 3, 4; Woodson H.S. 2; Intra. Basket- ball 2; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Figure 3; Drama Cl. 2; Fr. Cl. 2; Sp. Cl. 4 MICHAEL HAMILTON ST. JOHN F.H.S. 4; Wheelus H.S. 2, 3 JUDY MARIE STOCKNER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2 DONNA IDA STONE F.H.S. 4; Florence H.S. 2, 3; Basketball Team 2, 3; Softball Team 2, 3; Tennis Team 2; Intra. Football 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Font. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Dlee Cl. 2, 3; Mixed Cho. 4; Sp. Cl. 2; Pep 3. 2, 3; Yellow Jacket 2; HR. Rep. 2 DAN HARRINGTON STOUT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Band Letter CL 1; Track Team 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Vliss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Math Cl. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 5,4 30YD SAMUEL STRICKLAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Ger. Cl. 3, 4; Chess Cl. 4 241 Seniors Present My Sistei MELANIE HOBBS STRICKLAND F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Bus. Cl. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4 KENNETH RAY STROTHER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Art Cl. 3; Sr. Hi Singers 4 CHER! LEIGH STUDER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 4; Bus. Cl. 4 PATRICIA SUE SUMMERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.- ; Sr. Comm. 3; F.H.A. 2, 3,. 4, Treas. 3; Health Careers Cl. 3, 4, Treas. 4 ERIKA ELIZABETH SUTPHIN F.H.S. 3, 4; Wurzberg H.S. 2; D.E. Cl. 4 KAREN LYNNE TALLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 3; Stu. For. 2, 3; Gov. School 3; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Norn. Cony. 2, 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Math Cl. 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Fr, Cl. 2, 3, 4; LaFamac 4 MARTHA JENNETT TALLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist; Soph. Class Treas. 2; HR. Pres. 2; Sr. Class : Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. ' Comm. 3; Figure; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Fr. Cl. 4; LaFamac 4 ALAN WAYNE THAGARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 2; Football 2, ' 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Lib. Cl. 4 THOMAS PAUL THARP F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Stu. For. 4; HR. Pres. 4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Programs i Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; F.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cl. : 4; LaFamac 4 THEODORE C. THOMAS F.H.S. 4; North v, cod H.S. 2, 3; Intra. Foot- ' ball 4; Football Team 2; Basketball Team ! 3; Key Cl. 3; La. Cl. 2 CYDNEY LORRAINE THORLTON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cent. 3, 4; Steer- ' ing Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Figure; : N.H.S. 3, 4; Mixed Chorus .3; Sr. Hi Singers; I Fr. Cl. 3 KEITH TOOMEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 242 Eileen Preston Blum, Sue Bowers, and Peggy Hale try out for the roles in the Senior play as other hopefuls look on. VICKIE CHRISTINE TOUSLEY F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Mixed Cho. 2 CAROLYN LEE TRAYLOR F.H.S. 3, 4; Hillcrest H.S. 2; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 CARY EUGENE TRENT F.H.S. 3, 4; Izmar H.S. 2; Drama Cl. 2 CYNTHIA JULIETT TRUITT F.H.S. 3, 4; Nurenberg H.S. 2; Tennis Team 2; Intra. Basketball 3; Intra. Volleyball 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; D.E. Cl. 4; Mixed Cho. 2, 3; Sr. Hi Sing. 4; G.A.A. 2; Ger. Cl. 4 RICHARD STEPHEN TRYON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4 JAMES RUFFIN TYNDALL F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Band Off. Cl. 4; Band Clinics 3, 4; Band Letter Cl. 4, Pres. 4 SANDRA GAIL TYSON FHS 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; D.E. Cl. 4; Lib. Cl. 3; Mixed Cho. 2 EDITH LYNETTE UNDERWOOD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3 NANCY MELINDA VANHOOK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2, 3, Treas. 2; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Sp. Cl. 4 243 Senior Magazine ROY RALPH VANHORN F.H.S. 3, 4; Frankfurt H.S. 2; Band 2, 3; Lib. Cl. 4 MARY ELLEN VANHOUT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Lat. Cl. 2, Sec. 2; Best Personality ALTHEA SANDRA VANN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm 3; Sp. Cl. 3 ERNEST TIMOTHY VICKERS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2; Intra. Ten- nis 4; Sr. Hi Singers 4 SUZANNE VINCOLI F.H.S. 4; Lakeview H.S. 2; Hope Mills H.S. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Math Cl. 2; Drama Cl. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Pep Cl. 2, 3 REGINA ANN VITOLO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Figure 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Cheerleader 3, 4, Ass’t Head 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Lat. Cl. 2; Sp. Cl. 4 FRANK STEPHEN VLASAK F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Team 4; Football Team 3, 4 SARAH PALMER VONROSENBERG F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 2; Stu. For. 3; Miss F.H.S. Publicity Comm. Chmn. 3; Steering Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. Co- Chmn. 3; Figure 3; N.H.S. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Math Cl. 4; Sco. Dan. 2, 4; Fr. Cl. 3, V. Pres. 3; LaFamac 4 CHERRY ELIZABETH WADE F.H.S. 4; Stayton Union H.S. 2; Fillmore Union H.S. 3; Mixed Cho. 2, 3; Track Team 2; Soccer Team 2 VICKIE LOU WALDEN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. V. Pres. 3, 4; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Ticket Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 3, 4; LaFamac 4; Miss F.H.S. 4 WILLIAM THOMAS WALDEN, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Oak Ridge H.S. 2; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Intra. Bowling 4; Ger. Cl. 2 DAVID REID WALKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4 244 Drive Is Success PAT WALKER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 LEON COVINGTON WALSH, III F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team Man. 3, 4; Golf Team 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3 DONIE LOUISE WALTERS F.H.S. 3, 4; Limestone H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. ' ' Cont. 3, 4; Glee Cl. 2; F.H.A. 2, 3; Sp. Cl. GEORGE WALTERS F.H.S. 4 KAREN LYNNE WARD F.H.S. 2. 3, 4; Bowling Team 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; D.E. Cl. 4 SUE HELEN WARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2; Intra. Foot- ball 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; F.T.A. 3; Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 4 HAL MATTHEW WARMBROD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3 ANITA MARIA WARREN F.H.S. 3, 4; Seventy-First H.S. 2; D.E. CL 4; Lib. Cl. 2; Glee Cl. 2; F.H.A. 2 MARGIE LYNNE WARREN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN MARIE WATSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Sp. Cl. 4 KATHRYN THOMAS WATSON F.H.S. 3, 4; Rich East H.S. 2; Intra. Foot- ball 4; Intra. Speedball 4; Drama Cl. 2; F.H.A. 4 NEIL EARL WATSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4; Mixed Cho. 2; Sr. Hi Singers 3, 245 Seniors Choose Mascots JOSEPH VARDELL WATTERSON F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Track Team 3, 4; Cross- Country Team 4; Intra. Basketball 2, 4: Intra. Volleyball 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 3, }• F.C.A. 3; Ger. Cl. 2, 3 PATRICIA DIANE WATTS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; D.E. Cl. 4 RAY ALLEN WERTHEIM F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 4; Stu. For. 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Gift Comm. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; 1st Place Dist. Sci. Fair 2, 3; 4th Place State Sci. Fair 3; Morehead Nom. 4 MIKE BEAMS WEST F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 2; Stu. For. 2; Intra. Football 4; Sr. Class Gift Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 3. 4 RICHARD WEST F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Class Rep. 2; HR. V. Pres. 2, 3; Wrestling Team 2; Cross-Country Team 2; Intra. Football 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sr. Hi Singers 4; Sp. Cl. 3 FERBIE ZULLA WHEELER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Bowling League 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3 KATHERINE ADAIR WHEELER F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. S CHRISTINE FORSYTHE WHITE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4 DAVID MICHAEL WHITE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 4; Intra. Volleyball 4; Intra. Football 4 PATRICIA ANNE WHITE F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Lib. Cl. 4 RICHARD RAY WILLARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 4; Wrestling Team 4 ALICE SUE WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Basketball 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Bus. Cl. 4 Mary Clanton and Michael Paschal prepare to begin their year serving as Senior Class mascots. GEORGE BRUCE WILLIAMS F.H.S. 3, 4; Wagner H.S. 2; Sr. Hi Singers 3, 4; Concert Cho. 2; Drama Cl. 2; F.T.A. 2 JULIA KATHY WILLIAMS F.H.S. 3, 4; Nurnberg H.S. 2; HR. Sec. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Lat. Cl. 2 PRESTON HAYWOOD WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 RONALD LYNN WILLIAMS F.H.S. 3, 4; Stuyvesant H.S. 2; Football Team 2, 3, 4; Wrestlin g Team 3, 4; Varsity “F” Cl. 4; Drama Cl. 2 SHIRLEY IRENE WILLIAMS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Bus. Cl. 4; Lib. Cl. 4; Health Careers Cl. 4 DOROTHY KARON WILLIFORD F.H.S. 2,3,4; D.E. Cl. 2 DEBORAH LYNN WILLIS F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Central H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 2; Pep Cl. 2 HARRIET CHRISTINE WILLS F.H.S. 3, 4; Verdun Am. H.S. 2; Bus. Cl. 4 MYRA JANICE WOOD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 3, Sec. 3; Stu. For. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 3 247 JOSEPH ROBERT WOODYARD F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lib. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Ger. Cl. 3 EILEEN JANE WRIGHT F.H.S. 3, 4 ; Wurzburg H.S. 2; Most Likely to Succeed 2; Class Sec. 2; Tennis Team 2; Intra. Tennis 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; Cheerleader 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 2; Ger. Cl. 2, 3, 4; “Wolf Call” Staff 2 LINDA JEAN WRIGHT F.H.S. 3, 4; Kaiserslautern Am. H.S. 2; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3; G.A.A. 2 MARK FITZGERALD WRIGHT F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 3; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Pub. Comm. 3; Steer- ing Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Comm. Chmn. 3; Figure 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Sr. Hi Singers 4; Fr. Cl. 2 RANDY DONALD WRIGHT F.H.S. 3, 4; Seventy-First 2; Track Team 3 SANDRA LYON YARBOROUGH F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 3, V. Pres. 4; Stu. For. 3; Sr. Class Gift Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Lat. Cl. 2, 3; Sp. Cl. 4; LaFamac 4 MICHAEL HARRY YATES F.H.S. 2, 3, 4 CARSON ROBERTS YEAGER, JR. F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Treas. 4; Intra. Basket- ball 3 CAROL YORK F.H.S. 4; Baker H.S. 2, 3; Stu. For. 2, 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Cheerleader 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 4; Annual Staff 3; Class Co. 3; Civinettes 3, 4, Sec. 3 LESLIE CLAIRE YOUNG F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Pres. 4; ' Stu. For. 4; Sr. Class Comm. 4; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Figure 3; Del. to Stu. Co. Nom. Conv. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Mixed Cho. 2; Sr. Hi Singers 3, 4; Fr. Cl. 3, 4 SUZANNE ELIZABETH ZAHRAN F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; HR. Sec. 2, V. Pres. 3; Stu. For. ' 3; Sr. Class Comm. 3; Miss F.H.S. Comm. 2, 3, 4; Miss F.H.S. Cont. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3; Art Cl. 4 VINCENT MICHAEL ZUCCHINO F.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Intra. Football 4; Fr. Cl. 4; Lat. Cl. 4 248 June 3, 1 968 “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; The courage to change the things I can; And the wisdom to know the difference.” 249 1 968 Senior Superlatives The 1968 Superlatives are a group of seniors chosen to be honored by their classmates because of the out- standing qualities they possess. In the fall of each year, ballots are passed out to all senior homerooms so that each student may nominate the person he feels should receive each superlative. After the nominations are counted, a second ballot is distributed, containing the top three nominees for each award. The winners, who are announced each year at the Sa lie Hawkins Dance, are the persons receiving the most votes for each super- lative. Best All-Around The students chosen as Best All- Around must have participated in many phases of school and com- munity life. Bet Miller and Johnny Lambeth were the seniors selected as this outstanding superlative. Bet has served as Vice-President of her junior and senior classes and has been a member of Miss FHS and Jr.-Sr. committees. She has also been active in the Tri-Hi- Y, French Club, and Scottish Dancers. Outside of school, Bet has taken part in local dramatics and has served as president of the area C.A.R. chapter. As an additional honor Bet was chosen as Cumber- land County’s Junior Miss. Bet’s hobbies include water skiing and horseback riding. Johnny has served on the Stu- dent Council as Sophomore and Senior Class Presidents and as Junior Class Representative. He has been active in the Hi-Y and was elected president of the Hi-Y Sixth District. This year, he re- ceived the honor of being nomi- nated for the Morehead Scholar- ship. Johnny is interested in sports and has participated in tennis and wrestling. Johnny hopes to attend David- son College where he plans to major in English or history. Bet has been accepted at U.N.C. at Greensboro. 250 Most Likely To Succeed To be chosen as Most Likely to Succeed, a senior must have shown by his participation in school and community projects that he has the qualities which insure success. Peggy Hale and Larry Bass have exhibited these qualities. Peggy has held the offices of Student Body Secretary and Vice Presi- dent. She has also been elected secretary of both the French Club and the Math Club. Larry was chosen to be a Marshal and has served as president of the Key Club. He has also served as presi- dent of the Youth Council of Snyder Memorial Church for two years. Most Dependable Dependability is one of the most admirable qualities a person may exhibit. Elizabeth Hood and Rick Newell have both shown this trait in their school and community activities. Elizabeth has had the difficult job of editing the 1968 LaF amac. In addition, she has served as president of her home- room and has been elected presi- dent of the Fayetteville Junior Garden Club. Rick has been active on the Student Council, serving as class representative in both his junior and senior years. He has also served as president of his homeroom and secretary of the Key Club. Elizabeth will attend U.N.C.-G, being a nominee for the Reynolds scholarship. Rick will attend Carolina and was chosen as a Morehead nominee. 251 Most Attractive A likeable personality as well as good looks contribute to the at- tractiveness of a person who is pleasing to be around. Margaret Anderson and Bob Neilson both exemplify these qualities. Margaret was elected to serve as a Marshal for the 1967 graduating class and was chosen president of her home- room during her senior year. Bob’s pleasing personality has helped to win him many friends since coming to FHS during his junior year. Most Talented Both Susan Pell and Logan Robinson have exhibited remark- able interest and talent in the musi- cal field. Susan has been a member of both the concert and marching bands during her three years at FHS and has been the band’s stu- dent director for the past two years. She is a member of the Glee Club and has served as its accompanist and student director. Logan has been a member of vari- ous combos throughout the area, and last year, he helped write and record two songs. He is currently a member of a band known as “The Dream Machine.” 252 Most Intellectual Because of their keen minds and outstanding scholastic abilities, the senior class elected Kathy Gaillard and Dan Grogan as Most Intel- lectual. Both have been members of the National Honor Society and the Math Club during the past two years. Kathy received the Latin Award in her junior year and was nominated for the Alumni Scholar- ship at UNC-G. Dan received first place in the state and region for his outstanding scores on the Na- tional French Test. He was also selected as National Merit Final- ist. Best Personality A winning personality is a trait which enables one to have many friends and to find his school life both happy and successful. Marv Ellen Van Hout and Mitch Barefoot were chosen as the seniors best exemplifying this quality. Mary Ellen has served as vice president of her senior homeroom. She has been a member of both the Tri-Hi- Y and Latin Club and is participat- ing in the Senior Play. Mitch is a member of the Key Club and has served as Senior Class Representa- tive on the Student Council. 253 Courteous Beth Fox and Dave Fernandez have shown courtesy and concern for others in all that they have done throughout their years at FHS. Beth has served on the Stu- dent Council as secretary of her senior class and in the Latin Club, as its president. She has been ac- tive in church activities and has taught Sunday school for several years. Dave has served as Junior Class President and, in his junior year, received the honor of being chosen to serve as Chief Marshal. In addition, he has served as president of the Spanish Club. Most Athletic Both Lea Barnes and Tony Small have shown their enthusiasm for sports through participation in school athletics. Lea has been a member of the intramural bas- ketball and volleyball teams and has served as captain of Powder Puff football teams for the past two years. In addition, she was awarded the Courtesy Cup in her junior year and was elected to serve as a Marshal in the 1967 graduation ceremonies. Tony has been a member of the football team for the past three years and was elected co-captain during his sen- ior year. He has also been a mem- b er of the baseball team and has served as secretary of the Varsity “F” Club. 254 Most Outstanding Citizen Having both served in many school and community activities, Peggy Hale and Fred Rose have well earned the superlative Most Outstanding Citizen. As well as having served as Student Body Secretary and Vice President. Peggy has served as president of her homeroom. She has also won the DAR Good Citizen Award. Fred has served as Sophomore Class Representative, Student Body Treasurer, and Student Body Presi- dent. He has also served as vice president of the Key Club and as president of his homeroom. Fred has won the DAR Good Citizenship Award, and this year, he was se- lected as a Morehead nominee. Peggy and Fred have both served as Marshals, Peggy serving as As- sistant Chief. Most School- Spirit ed Because of their lively interest in a variety of school activities, Rosalind Godwin and David Fowler were chosen as Most School Spirited. Rosalind has served as a cheerleader during her sophomore and senior years. She has been a member of the National Honor So- ciety and has served as secretary and president of her homeroom. David has participated in football and in intramural sports. He has also been a member of the Key Club and Latin Club. 255 Junior Class PRESIDENT: WILLIAM FADUL SECRETARY: LISA GODWIN VICE PRESIDENT: MARY ERWIN KING TREASURER: PENNY MAKRIS 256 Jack Adams Pamela Adams Debbie Allen Joey Allen John Allen Larry Allen Phillip Allen Kay Alley Ronald Almendarez Wayne Alsup Thomas Altman Colleen Alvarez Sandy Ambrose Robert Anderson Nicholas Angelone ! Cathy Atkinson Gene Augustine Brent Ayala Dewitt Ayers Malinda Bain Debbie Baker Patricia Baker Sharon Baker Terry Barbosa David Barbour Nancy Barco Douglas Barefoot Tim Bartholomew Reggie Barton Josef Bath Linda Batson Roy Batton George Beadles Norma Beard Bobby Beau David Bedford David Beeson Brenda Beggerly Judith Bennett Steve Bennett Linn Benzon Beverly Berry Kathryn Betz Bryan Bizzell Erskine Blount Donna Bloyd Cathy Bock Kathy Booth 257 Larry Bowden Sharon Boyd Glenn Brisson Jerry Brock Mattje Brooks Chris Brown Janet Brown Terry Brown Don Browning Albert Bryant Andrew Bryant Susan Buchanan Sidney Buck Faye Buie Isaac Buie Phyllis Bullard Edna Bullock Donna Bunce Thomas Bunnell Andy Burch Marion Burns Wayne Burris Montez Burrows Precious Bush Ben Butler Cary Butler Janice Butler Jane Byrd Mack Byrd Bill Cagle Linda Calligan Rhonda Calloway Tommy Campbell Gil Campbell Charles Canady Kenny Carter John Cauthen Debbie Cecil Sharon Chandler Fred Chason Pete Chason Jane Cheney Juniors Prepare To Lead Terry Sanford High 258 Jennie Choi Todd Clarenbach Steve Clark Charlene Clifton Pat Coalson Linda Cohen Paula Coleman Beverly Cooper Kathy Cooper Clyde Counts Catherine Coward Wayne Cox Larry Crawford Melinda Creed Robbie Crisson Mack Cromartie Mary Cross Yvonne Crumbley Deborah Crumpler Gwendolyn Danner Michael Daog Audry Darby Frank Darden Paula Darden JUNIOR HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: Seated left to right: Nancy Riggs, Judy Jonas, Deborah Crumpler, Jan Durham, Mattje Brooks, Lanev Shakleford. Standing left to right: Phil Henderson, Joel Smith, Lisa Marshall, Kathy Moss, Kathy Vincoli, Joe Grebner, and Ray- mond Luper. 259 Juniors Support Their Mrs. Hall, advisor, works with Lucy Katsoudas, Bob Henderson, and Anita Davis on the Miss FHS stage decorations. Class Project — Miss FHS Bill Fitchett Larry Fitzgerald Steve Floyd Vikki Foden Bonnie Foerch Marvin Foster Mike Fowler Shelby Fowler Jim Frost Herbert Frye Sharon Furches Alicia Gallagher Barbara Gann Kenneth Garrett Joe George Gaye Gilbert Karen Gilson Angie Glenn Lisa Godwin Teresa Godwin Pam Gonzalez Larry Grady George Graham Charlotte Grant Franz Grebner Debra Greenawalt Nancy Greer Carl Greeson Ernie Grooms Earl Grove Charles Gunn Melissa Hair John Hall Vicki Hammack Carl Haney Joan Hard David Hardison George Hardwick George Hargrove Janet Harkek Brenda Harper Sharon Harrell 261 JUNIOR HOMEROOM VICE-PRESIDENTS: Seated lejt to right: Marty Exum, Mickie McIntosh, Robin Zollars, Dottie Rawley, Jackie Kronsberg, Mary Frances Robertson. Standing from left to right: Patrice Walker, Sharon Furches, Anita Davis, George Hargrove, Tim Bar- tholomew, Charles Johnson, Glenda Mendelsohn, and Janet Brown. Beth Harris Joey Hauer Rickey Hawley Bob Henderson Phil Henderson Griffin Hendon Candy Herbert Kristina Hevenor Richard Hirano Chuck Hickey Dan Hicks Linda Hight Linda Hill Linda Hinton Jackie Holland L. G. Holland Juanita Hollingworth Fabren Holston Irene Hondros Scotty Hood Ann Hooks James Horner Johnny House William Howard 262 Honor Society Inducts 34 Juniors Mary Howell Kitty Hubbard Betty Hudson Dennis Hughes Pamela Humphries Marilyn Hurdle Jeff Hurr Cher Hurt Becki Ireland Jan Irons Suzanne Ishee Linda Ivey Sharon Jackson Barbara Johnson Charles Johnson Greg Johnson Karen Johnson John Johnston Judy Jonas Bobbie Jones Kirk Jones Mary Jones Mike Jordan Ethel Julian Lucy Katsoudas Patricia Kelleher Carolyn Kelly Damian Kelly Dana Kelly Ellen Kennedy Juniors Adjust To A Michael Kestner Vera Keyes Robert Killiam John King Juniors smile at the antics of comedian Joe Martelaro at a Friday morning assembly. Mary Erwin King Anne Marie Kirby Lance Kittleson Joan Knight Phillip Knight Michael Kortta Cathy Kosterman Jay Kosterman Ray Krenek Jackie Kronsburg Mike Lampros Mary Lanq Amanda Lanham Sidney Lanier Rosemary Laramee Ann Marie Lassiter Chick Leal Larry Lean Mateney-Lee Janice LePors Reginald Lewis Tommy Lewis John Levi Louis Levi Art Levine Charles Linnell Myrna Llands John Lock Raeford Lockamy Linda Loflin 264 Second Year At FHS Elaine Long Alfredo Lopez Douglas Lounsberry Shelia Love Robert Lowery Emily Lucas Raymond Luper Winnie McBryde John McCallum Mary Ellen McCollun John McCracken Robert McDaniel Alton McDonald Dale McDonald Susan McDonald Richard McDuffie Liz McGowan Mickey McIntosh Rosi McKenzie Dorothy McKinnon Robert McLamb Helen McLeod Robert McMahan Steve McMillan Claudin McMullen Barbara McNair Jean McPhail Doris McRae Penny Makris Joyce Manning Lisa Mar shall Beth Martin Sandra Martin Fredrick Massey Don Matheson Brenda Mathews George Matthews Paula Matthews Cecelia Maultsby George Meadows Tommy Meares Barbara Medley 265 . Kay Melvin Hal Melvin Ralph Melvin Janet Mendelsohn Glenda Mendelsohn Ronald Milam Lois Miller David Miller Leslie Mills Cyndi Mitchell Chester Miltenberger Betsy Monroe Bunny Monroe Sandra Monterose Anne Lynn Montooth Bonnie Moody Sharon Moody Brenda Moore David Moore Johnny Moore Wayne Moore Deborah Morehead John Morgan Beth Morrison JUNIOR HOMEROOM SECRETARIES: ' Standing left to right Linn Benzon, Joyce White, Beth Ray, Mary Erwin King, Vickie Owen, Linda Batson, Bill Walters, Betsy Monroe, Betsy Stroup. Seated: left to right Renee Riggsbee, Helen McLeod, Rosemary Laramee, Mary Howell, Paula Darden, and Gaye Gilbert. 266 Juniors Order Class Rings Juniors, Russ Davenport and Bobby Vause, ad- mire the sketches and a sample of their new class ring. Kathy Moss Mary Moutos Mike Murphy Eve Murphy Richard Nabinger Max Nance Donna Nashold James Nealey Jeff Nease Neil Newton Mary Nicholas Jay Nichols Tricia Nichols David Nobles Jeff Norris Terry Norris Wayne Norris Pat Nunez Tom Nunn Barbara O’Brien Charles Odom Daryl Oglesby Jo Ann Olive Adrian O’Quinn Fran Oster Holliday Oster Pat Oswalt Bill Overmann Sparky Owen Vicki Owen Jerry Owens Brenda Page Jeff Page 267 Linda Page Julianne Parker Laurie Parker Sammy Parker Tommy Parker David Patterson Cheryl Paulnock Jerome Pearce Arthur Pearsall Lee Ann Pearson Phyllis Pechmann Debbie Peoples Debbie Perry Bill Peterson Jack Peterson Jan Peterson Sharon Peterson Kathy Pettice Laura Pilioglos John Pilon Susie Piper Harold Pittman Wallace Pittman Tony Player Juniors Number 647 Cheryl Pollano Pat Pollard Diane Pollock Thomas Powers John Press Vickie Pridgeon Michael Pritzl Johns Rabon Bill Ramsey Dottie Rawley Alan Ray Beth Ray Mary Ray Neill Ray Brian Raybin Sue Reed Charles Reeves Brian Richardson 268 Laurence Higgle Nancy Riggs Renee Riggsbee Margaret Ringer Debbie Rios Raymond Rivera I Sheryl Robbins Mike Roberts Sam Roberts Mary Frances Robertson Sharon Robertson Priscilla Robinson Terry Rogers Bobbie Ross Garland Roth Ruth Ann Royal Marsha Ruffin Josephine Ruhsam Harriet Samuel Robert Sandlin Gerard San Pietro James Sasser Dianne Scarborough Susan Schadel Carol Scott David Scott Dee Scott Wayne Sessoms Laney Shackleford Jodie Shaw Paul Shaw Patrick Shea 269 One Junior Makes Miss FHS Court Elizabeth Sherman John Sherwood David Shirley Janet Shuler Mary Anne Siewers David Sinodis Steve Skaggs Jud Skarzenski Charles Smith David Smith Elaine Smith Joel Smith Kathy Smith Linda Smith Linda Smith Linda Smith Lynne Smith Melvin Smith Nancy Smith Randy Smith Steve Smith Susan Smith Linda Smotherman Donna Smythe 270 Tom Sobieski Christine Soper Ray Southward Sandy Sparrow ' Fran Spath Lee Spencer Craig Spradley Sue Stancil Jimmy Stanfield James Stanley Charles Stevens Jennifer Stevens Jerry Stewart Lateon Still Helena Stoeckley Clarence Stoeckley William Strickland Betsy Stroup Joanie Stubbs Brett Sutton Sharon Sweeney Sue Sykes Patty Tallerday Ina Tart Barbara Taylor Barbara Taylor Linda Taylor Richard Taylor William Taylor David Teague Pat Thompkins Anne Thompson Bobee Thompson Judy Thompson Randy Thompson Karen Threatt Alan Tillery Kathleen Tillery Marilyn Trent Bonnie Troyan Lynda Trudeau Mack Truelove Jonette Trypack Mac Tyson Yolanda Ugalde Judy Upchurch Nancy Valasco Jimmy Vascovich Bobby Vause Steven Verne Clayton Villareal Kathy Vincoli William Wagoner Sandra Waits Rusty Walden Purcell Wall Bill Walters John Ward Robin Ward Eddie Waren Diane Warren Judy Webb Fred Weiderhold Phoebe Wendorf Junior-Senior Prom Stirs Imagination Of Juniors Marvinn West Terry West Melvin Westmoreland Carl White Joyce White Mary White Sarah White William White Michael White Donald Wicker Cindy Wilkins Mona Lisa Willette Charles Williams George Williams Jim Williams Lee Williams Terry Williams Kim Williford Patricia Williford Brenda Willis Patricia Wilson Carol Winchell Wanda Wise Norman Wood 272 JUNIOR HOMEROOM TREASURERS. Seated left to right: Penny- Makris, Ann Hooks, Sidney Buck, and Melinda Creed. Standing left to right: Tricia Nichols, David Moore, Malinda Bain, John King, Lisa Godwin, Mike Lampros, Lynn Smith, and Mike Dees. Millard Woodard Dee Wright Judy Yandow Jane Yates Kathy Yeago Bette York Jeffrey Young Jimmy Young Eddie Zerbe Robin Zollars David Zucchino In Memoriam Paula Wasserman 273 S t?. • ■»$% ' J$ y pmm ‘ " : x $£ £M . »v i JHSiSKiHHK SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT: MIKE DIBRERT VICE-PRESIDENT: ANN HIGHSMITH SECRETARY: BECKY McDIARMID TREASURER: ELIZABETH SCRUGGS Sophomore Class Kenny Adams Langston Adams Lona Adams Donna Adcox Joanna Adkins ! Susan Affleck Terry Albright Yvonne Alderman Dean Alexander Harold Alexander Jane Allen i Frank Allison Patsy Allison Judy Altman John Anderson Ray Andrae Terri Apt Tommy Archbell Tom Ardell Sharman Armento Mike Arnett Milton Ashburn Roger Ashford Debbie Atkinson Pat Atkinson Francine Austria Lee Autman Alex Averette Kenny Averitte Priscilla Baiza Dottie Baker Jane Baluss Bob Barbour Sharon Barbour Kenneth Barclay John Bardis Bruce Barfield Donald Barker Helen Barnett Lynne Barrett James Barron Nancy Bass Mary Lou Batchelor Georgianna Baucom George Bean Wilma Bean Frank Beard Lee Beasley Vanean Becker Herbert Beckwith Carolyn Beekman Susan Bennett Jan Benson Merrill Berenbaum Timmee Berryhill Gloria Bertch Jim Bertschi Deloris Bethea Patrick Bidleman Eva Bishop Scott Blay Jim Bledsoe Robert Bolan Jim Boley Marvin Bolt Ruth Bonini Theresa Bordinger J. R. Boudreau Carol Bowman Cindy Bowman Sharman Breece Daryl Brewer Paula Brigman Bonnie Britton Stanley Brodzinski Charles Bowen Ivory Bowie Ira Bowshier Richard Boyette Kathy Bradley 275 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS: Seated left to right Kathryn Morris, Harriett Lancaster, Jean Crowell, Louise Hale, Ginger Wrenn, Debbie Hollingsworth, Gail Fleck, JoLynn Edwards. Standing: Bill Pappas, Bill Thomas, Edwin Braswell, Bob Suttles, Dean Vur- nakes, David Rezeli, Frank Beard, Bill Wicker, Woodie Cain, Mike LePors, Chris Prather, Larry Johnson. English II Features Silas Marner 276 Steve Bradley Edwin Braswell Penny Breyfogle John Brisson Libby Brixon Robert Brooks Connie Brown Jerry Brown Mary Lynn Brown Mike Bruckner Richard Brucker DeEtt Bryant Janet Bryant JoAnn Bryant Becky Buck Conrad Buehler Betsy Buie Sue Bullard Thomas Bullock Cynthia Bundy John Bums Ellen Burris Marsh Buther Sharman Butler Donald Byrd Lorraine Capps Dennis Cain Eddie Cain Elwood Cain Cathey Calhoun Mike Callihan Mary Cameron Raymond Carlton Cassie Carrig David Carr Becky Carson James Carter Judy Cavin William Chason Gary 7 Church Ray Church Michael Clack Sammy Clark Omega Clay Louine Clegg Thomas Clements Mike Codie Carolyn Cogdell Junie Cole Charles Coleman Douglas Collins Lucy Collins Reggie Collins Jimmy Comer Terry Cone Jovita Coniconde Bill Connor Bob Cox Thea Crandall Roger Crawford Susan Creed Kent Crisson Billie Crocker Billy Crooni Beverly Crooni Wayne Cross Debbie Deshields Thomas Denton Richard Decker Louis Dean Debbie Dean Albert Day Linda Williams, Frank Beard, Jeff Smith, and Leilani Jackson begin preparation for a dramatic presentation of Silas Mamer. John Dawson Darlene Dawson William Davis John Davis Edward Davis Daniell Dale Susan Curtis Jean Crowell Mathew Crovitz James DeVane Linda Dexter Mike Dibbert Pam DiPalma Alfred Dixon Donna Dorsey Cathy Dowd Nauma Dozier Cathy Drake Paul Driver Sandie Drury Connie Dudley Bill Duffy John Duncan Dale Butcher Richard Eagle Mancene Edmondson Mike Dibbert, Ann Highsmith, Becky McDiarmid, Carolyn Cogdell, and Richard Boyette greet visitors at College Night. Jo Ann Edwards Jolynn Edwards Steve Edwards Richard Embrey Guy Empey Norma Eubanks Norman Evans Connie haircloth Lynda Faircloth Tony Farrell Joey Farrior Mary Farrior Jan Felthaus Douglas Field Debbie Fields 278 Sophomore Officers Host College Night Kay Fields Candy Fincher Gail Fleck Robert Fleming Teresa Fleming Irene Flickinger Cindy Force Portia Ford Mona Forehand Steve Forrett Lloyd Foster Harold Foulk Robert Fritz David Freeman Linda Francis Katina Frangakis Jim Frost Glenn Fukura John Fulcher Theresa Furr Steve Gainous Elisabeth Gambill Betsy Gardner Carolyn Garner Tonga Garrett Robert Geller Janett George Michael George Sue George John Gibbons Betty Gibson Ken Gibson Reaina Giddens Kenneth Gillmore Ginny Glasgow Cindy Glaze Gayle Godwin Howard Godwin Wilbert Golden Kathleen Goldener Richard Goldener Susan Gordy Cyndy Gorwitz John Grant Thomas Gray De Grebner Marsha Green Betsy Green Allen Gregory Ray Griffin Mary Grimes Patricia Guerra Christine Guidry Betsy Guy H. R. Haire Louise Hale Eugenia Hales Jackie Hall Linda Hall Roni Hall Kevin Halliburton Lynn Harmon Gerald Harris James Harris SOPHOMORE VICE-PRESIDENTS: Seated left to right Marsh Butler, Pam Pearsall, Bonnie Smith, Linda Hoffman, Pam Kriwanek, Jo Nagle. Standing: Sylvia McKenzie, Elaine Williams, Gayle Godwin, Georgianna Baucom, Betsy Kennedy, Charles Bowen, Scotty Stapleton, Neill Monroe, Susan Curtis, John Duncan, Calvin Riddle, Dean Alexander. Sophomores Plagued By Honeycutt Annex Mark Harrison Klaus Hauche Alec Hayes Nanette Hays Danny Henderson Mary Henschen Diane Henson Hannah Herring Leonard Herring Mack Herring Steve Herring Gretchen Hevenor Ann Highsmith Bobby Hilburn Jimmy Hilburn Chris Hildebrand Clifton Hill Laurie Hill Cathy Hobbs Billie Hobson Helen Hobson Larry Hodges Judy Hoffman Linda Hoffman Wayne Holder Ward Holland Debbie Hollingsworth Shirley Hollingsworth Linda Holmes Patsy Holbik Willie Hopfer Charleen Horne Jack Horner Ronald Horning Julie Hubbard Cindy Huggins Rocki Hurt Ken Hutchinson Nannette Ippolito Tina Iuliucci Marsha Ivey Chuck Jackson David Jackson Leilani Jackson Mack Jackson Sammy Jackson Shelia Jackson Jerry Jeanes Sophomores learn Spanish the hard way, at the Honey- cutt Annex. Richard Jenkins Anne Jennison Kathy Jernigan Jeff Johnson Julia Johnson Larry Johnson Pamela Johnson Robert Johnson Veronica Johnson Alton Jones Cynthia Jones Kenneth Jones Linda Jones Ray Jones Virginia Jones Dena Jordan 281 Biology Reveals The Sonya Jordan Shelia Joseph Jeff Joyce Bill Joyner Jeanne Judd Harvey Juno Owen Kala Paula Katsoudas Moira Kelly Diane Keown Lenora Keyes Todd Kilpatrick Peggy Kinlaw Shauna Kinnikin Richard Kinsey Amy Kirkpatrick Elwood Kish John Kistler Ronnie Knott Gerhard Konie Pamela Kriwanek Anita Kyle Kathy Lamb Bobby Lancaster Harriett Lancaster Marsha Laws Valerie Lawton Bobby Leach Joey Leach Bill Lee Patrick Lee Thomas Lee Michael LePors Alvin Leslie John LeTrent Linda Lewelling Alliece Lewis Deborah Lewis LouElla Lewis Susan Lewis Debra Lindsey Pinky Liberty Mike Liu Phillip Lloyd Naomi Loftis Hortencia Lopez Lester Loy Steve Lucas Deborah Lunceford Colline Lynch Jane MacLane John McAllister Barbara McAlpine Donna McBennett Mary Anne McBennett Bob McCarthy Daniel McCarthy George McCree Charles McCullen Marsha McDaniel Kevin McDermott Becky McDiarmid Rose McDonald Richard McDougald Mike McGill Danny McGuire Sylvia McKenzie Betty McLain Nancy McLamb Donald McMillian Linda McMillan Eddie McNeill Mysteries Of Life Mrs. Hall explains the structure of a wasp’s nest to Calvin Riddle and Pat Peterson. Robert McPhail Ree McQueen Linda McRae John McRainey Bobby Mabe Larry Mabe Sam Manimey Alexis Mann Patty Mann Alex Manning Lance Marguglio Marnita Marrs Alfred Marshall Barbara Mashburn Debbie Martin Edvardo Martinez Ivette Martinez Dan Mattox Bonnie Maynard Mike Mazarick John Meadows Phyllis Meares Randall Meares Allon Medlin Cassandra Meekins Priscilla Melchior Nancy Melvin Sue Melvin Thomas Melvin James Mertz Joseph Milanese Sara Miley Danny Miller Debra Miller Linda Miller Mark Miller Mark Miller Pam Mitchum Sharon Molder John Monaghan Michelle Monger Neill Monroe 283 Burney Moore Ruby Moore Nancy Morales Don Mosley Susan Moss Wayne Moulden Alexander Murphy Eddie Muse Jan Myers Lee Ann Neie Becky Neilson Mike Nepstad Nanette Norris Mary Novencido Diane Nunnery Richard Ogle Rhonda Oglesby Ann O’Hale David Owens Lynn Owens John Page Gregory Parks Donna Parrous Randall Pate Pam Pearsall Wanda Pecunia Linda Peebles Keith Perkins Jim Perry Vicki Perry Jackie Morgan Reid Morgan Kathryn Morris Dan Moye Cathy Mulholland Eugene Murdock Jo Nagle Martha Nance Kaye Neider Pam Nichols Mary Nixon Henrietta Norris Grace Nunnery Pat O ' Briant Debra Odom Wesley Oliphant Hunter Olive Butch O’Quinn Bill Pappos Beth Parker Diane Parks Jack Patterson Hilde Paulus Debbie Payne Warren Peele Carlton Pender Danny Perdew Kathy Person Micki Petersen Patricia Peterson Class Of ' 70 Numbers 857 Becky Phillips Robert Phillips Sue Phillips Linda Pickens Jan Pierce Steve Pilgrim Arnold Pindle Lee Pittman Phil Platatina Marian Plotts Carolyn Polk Mamie Pope Debbie Porter Cackie Powell Chris Prather Danny Pritchett Pam Provost Donald Quash Steve Radosevich Dorothy Rankin John Ray Billy Reaves Donald Reeve Jon Regis David Rezell Debby Rhew Linda Rhodes Maureen Rice Mary-Lynn Richardson Rickey Richey Calvin Riddle Gary Riddle Carolyn Rittenbury Joy Robbins Marty Robbins Kathy Robinson Debby Roman Jackson Ropp Tim Rose Angela Royal SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM SECRETARIES: Seated left to right Vickie Perry, Candace Williams, Judy Cavin, Mike Strother, Kneeling Martha • Nance, Susan Topping, Lynne Barrett. Standing: Phyllis Meares, Debbie DeShields, Jacqueline Smith, Hannah Herring, Dottie Baker, Elisabeth Gambill, Julie Round, Alexis Mann, Shauna Kinnikin, Nanette Ippolito, Elizabeth Scruggs. Not pictured: Veronica Hall, Marsha McDaniel. 285 am r jSiJl i l jf 4 - It jL. ■ 5. ■ a v Junior Varsity hopefuls show their enthusiasm during cheerleading try-outs. Sophomores Compete For Honors Jerry Rosenberg Valerie Ross Terry Rosser Julie Round James Rowe Mike Royal Kathy Ruffner Judy Rush Lucy Safran Paul Saunders Bill Scliadel Kathy Schronce Barbara Scott Laura Scott Elizabeth Scruggs John Seale Jim Semple Elizabeth Shaw Sally Shaw Joel Shearon Linda Shelnutt Sammy Short Joyce Simmons Charles Sites Don Slappey Bonnie Smith Denise Smith Doyle Smith Jacqueline Smith Jeff Smith Marshall Smith Nancy Smith Randy Smith Ronnie Smith Teresa Smith Scott Smith Thurman Smith Timothy Smith Ricky Smith Winnie Smith Mary Snell Angel Soto Alfred Spain Leslie Spousta Dena Squires Joseph Stanish Scotty Stapleton Maryann Steele Robert Stevenson Debbie Stewart Paula Stewart Vernon Stocks Michael Storie Barbara Stout Vikki Street Mike Strother Phillip Stuart Steven Stuart Peggy Stubbs Rudy Studer Douglas Suggs William Suggs Bob Suttles Janet Sutton Kenn Sweet Rick Swisher Donna Swope Leslie Szent-Miklosy James Taylor Janet Taylor David Temple Debbie Thaggard Arleen Thomas Jimmy Thomas William Thomas David Thomason James Thompson Jean Thompson Pam Thompson Tommy Thompson SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM TREASURERS: Seated left to right Billy Jo Hobson, Kiki Parrous, Pam Provost, Bonnie Maynard, Richard Boyette. Kneeling Tina Iuliucci, Vanean Becker, Sharon Barbour, Mary Louise Snell. Standing: De Grebner, Linda Shelnutt, Lee Warren. Thomas Melvin, Hamilton Underwood, John Wayne Fulcher, Mary Anne McBennett, Mary Michelle Wolf. Jim Threat! David Tietke Ed Tomolonius Susan Topping Jeff Treude Belinda Trow Mark Truett Michael Truitt Donna Turner George Turner Vicky Turner Doris Tyler Hambleton Underwood Gary Upchurch Landra Vanlandingham David Varnedoe Nancy Vias Ralph Vitolo Dean Vurnakes James Waits Barbara Walden Randy Walker Lynda Wall Britt Wallace David Walters Ann Walters David Walthall Michael Ward Patricia Ward Anne Warmbrod Lee Warren Jay Wasco Ley Watson Frankie Watts David Webster Robert Wenum Debbir West Alice Whaley Ann Whatley Tommy Wheeler Michael Whiddon Edward White Marcie White Patricia White Shelia White Assemblies Play In Sophomore Sophomores relax before the beginning 288 Marie Whitley Bill Wicker Dorothy Wicker Robert Wicker Bob Wiese Mary Wilkes Candace Williams Daniel Williams Elaine Williams James Williams Linda Williams Margaret Williams Peggy Williams Randy Williams Ronnie Williams Waverly Williams Donna Williamson Jackson Wilson Laurence Wilson Michael Wilson Mike Winchell Debbie Wood Ray Woelfer Mickie Wolf A Major Role Development f another Friday morning assembly. Robert Womble Terri Wood Willie Worley Ginger Wrenn James Wright John Wright Eddie Yager W ' ilson Yarborough Gerald Yates Linda Yeaman Sharon Yonkers Dick Young Jon Yragui John Zeigler Andy Zelner The Clamor Of 290 Commerce i 291 ROYAL DODGE 292 Margaret Anderson and Bobby Bell look over the impressive line of 1968 cars at Royal Dodge. Featuring SUPREME FRIED CHICKEN, INC. THE CHICKEN KING DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 2623 Raeford Rd. — Fayetteville, N.C. Sales — Appraisals — Building — Loans Gl FHA Conventional BLAND REALTY 2722 Ft. Bragg Rd. P. O, Box 3173 Fayetteville, N. C. 28305 ALLIED VAN LINES agent M. M. SMITH STORAGE WAREHOUSE INC. Phone 483-0161 W. M. BLAND Res- Phone Office HU 4-2100 HU 4-5214 Leoh Sugar ' s Carol York and Dianne Maness select their fall wardrobe from Leon Sugar’s. Jack Almendarez helps Chris Phillips pick out a new coat. 293 Congratulations Class of 68! from the Hl-Y CLAUDE W. RANKIN AND SON Compliments of CAPE FEAR SUPPLY CO. Automobile • Compensation LIABILITY— FIRE GENERAL INSURANCE DIAL 483-1467 PHONE 483-7167 319 W. Russell Fayetteville, N.C. Complete Coverage See Us For Insurance of Every Kind I 10 Anderson St. Fayetteville, N.C. Courtesy of V-POINT SUPER MARKET MEMBER NATIONAL HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETOLOGISTS ASSN., INC. HIGHLAND BEAUTY SALON THE FINEST IN BEAUTY CARE 447 Murchison Rd. PHONE 485-5187 2614 Raeford Road Fayetteville, N. C. CURRIE COAL COMPANY Fue in a Telephone Cu -y gl, OIL. 294 WE SALUTE FAYETTEVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NORTH CAROLINA ' S OLDEST ESTABLISHED NEWSPAPER 295 J. M. WILSON J. H. WILSON J. M. WILSON, JR. GEO. D. WILSON Paints Hardware P. O. Box 390 325 Blount Street Fayetteville, N. C. Telephone HE 3-3191 j tuart Charles Johnson and Mitch Barefoot look on as Andrew Cowley purchases a coat. 296 Vickie Walden and Carolyn Melvin select their fall wardrobe from Mr. Stuart ' s. RALPH ' S MOBILE HOMES MOBILE HOME SALES CORP. Prince Charles Hotel Building Day Phone 483-4197 Night Phone 484-0220 Road Service HU 4-5358 McLEOD ' S SERVICE 3026 Bragg Blvd. Fayetteville, North Carolina 4500 Bragg Blvd. Fayetteville, N.C. 867-1 139 TODD ' S TIRE SERVICE 444 W. Russell St. Fayetteville, N. C. BENDER ' S DRUG STORES YOUR FRIENDLY REXALL DRUGGISTS TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU 201 Hay Street 1226 Fort Bragg Rd. Fayetteville, N. C. 1 . ' — ' -V— — f — l V L J V FURNITURE 7 l APPLIANCE WHIRLPOOL Bet Miller and Johr.ny Lambeth pause before entering Tart ' s T.V. CROSS CREEK SAVINGS AND LOAN ' S NEW VILLAGE DRIVE BRANCH OFFICE ALL-STATES MOVING STORAGE Agent for American Red Ball Local and Long Distance Moving 330 W. Mountain Drive 483-1184 C olorcraft of Fayetteville, Inc. PHOTO PROCESSOR THERE IS A DEALER NEAR YOU COLOR • BLACK WHITE WHOLESALE • CAMERAS • BATTERIES • FLASH BULBS • PHOTO FINISHING • FILM DIAL 483-7177 245 Tillinghast GOODWIN CARPET CO. Carson Yeager demonstrates the fine quality of carpeting found at Goodwin Carpet Co. Compliments of CORDER-VOSSLER CO. GOODYEAR McBRYDE ' S OPTICIANS LEON ALEX Since 1939 304 Hay St. Fayetteville, N.C. 225 W. Russell St. Fayetteville 298 Gene McDonald PlaATER, I MC. COMPLETE DECORATING SERVICE INTERIORS " SERVING FAYETTEVILLE SINCE 1938 " 1327 Morganton Road Fayetteville, North Carolina Tallywood — Fayetteville, N. C. General Contractors Real Estate Insurance Appraisers STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY QUINN MILLER CO. " Furniture of Quality " 2807 Fort Bragg Rd. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. DOUGLAS L. MEARES— MANAGER 2504 Raeford Road A Mutual Company Serving the Public Since 1894 Telephone: 485-4187 Congratulations to the 1968 Graduates ED FLEISHMAN BROTHERS 299 Compliments of HIGHLAND CLEANERS 2609 Raeford Road BORDEAUX SHOPPING CENTER Compliments of McMILLAN-SHULER OIL COMPANY, INC. " Shell Petroleum Products " P.O. Box 590 708 S. Winslow St. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. HOWARD AND WHITAKER ' S EUTAW SHOPPING CENTER Receiving plenty of free advice from Hal Newell, Gary Linn purchases a new sweater. GRACE ' S BEAUTY SALON The fine staff at Grace ' s Beauty Salon is waiting to serve you. ROME ' S JEWELERS, INC. 218 Tallywood Shopping Center 485-4189 HUSKE HARDWARE HOUSE 405 Hay Street Phone 483-1441 STEWART OLDS " All right, Carol, if you must have it, I ' ll give you this Stewart Olds convertible for graduation. Compliments of HAIRE PLUMBING " SERVING FAYETTEVILLE FOR THE PAST 20 YEARS " CO. We Buy, Build, and Sell For You. MASTER PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 361 Winslow St., Fayetteville, N.C. JESSUP REALTY CONSTRUCTION CO. DIAL 484-1171 2504 Raeford Rd. Fayetteville Compliments of MARKET FURNITURE astern Acoustical Inc. P. O. Box 101 • Fayetteville, N. C. 28301 • Phone 483-3191 128 Drake Street ACOUSTI-CELOTEX CEILINGS. MOVABLE PARTITIONS FOLDING DOORS OTHER SPECIALTIES 3 01 jl. f I QjLuuiJZjeSL s 103 HAY STREET Mm jfjjjjfij MM lit mi v.-.-v.;.-. ' .-: - wm. Mrs. Hatcher shows juniors, Matney Lee and Mike Jordan, their new class rings from BALFOUR. 302 MCDONALD ' S Compliments of DAIRY PRODUCTS 2598 Raeford Road The DOLPHIN Books— Gifts " Our Only Business— Not a Sideline " EUTAW 484-5082 SHOPPING CNTR, McDonald’s Hamburgers .......... Over 3 billion sold!! REAVES REXALL DRUG STORES EUTAW TALLYWOOD SHOPPING CENTERS Prompt Prescription Service Fayetteville, N.C. THE TOWN SHOP MRS. RUFFIN HORNE 483-6214 Coats • Suits Dresses Accessories " Exclusive, But Not Expensive " AUTO PARTS DISCOUNT CENTER, INC. Another satisfied customer is served by the staff of Auto Parts Discount Center. om TEL. 483-1158 IN TOWN MOTEL 430 Ramsey St. Fayetteville, N.C. Also General Distributor ' rVoCtctcut Tfcayic COSMETICS ASK FOR COMPLIMENTARY DEMONSTRATION MASSEY HILL Drug Co. Inc. " Guardian of Your Health " 1061 Southern Ave. Fayetteville, N. C. Phone 483-6110 Compliments of WHEATLEY MOTORS, INC. 6400 Bragg Blvd. Bonnie Doon 484-6166 THE BARN Harriet Lancaster shows Melissa Hair a new fall dress from the Barn. ORMOND ' S Laundry — Dry Cleaning Linen Supply 809 Bragg Blvd. 485-3131 Fayetteville, N. C. HUdson 4-4161 OWEN ' S FLORIST Flowers of Distinction 3306 Raeford Road Fayetteville, N. C. I DIAL I I 483 8273 820 Ramsey Foyetteville, N. C. Susan Brantley selects a new lamp from Homemaker ' s Furniture and Interiors. Meet Your Friends TEL: 484-4895 PHOTO CENTER at the CAMERAS AND PHOTO EQUIPMENT CAROLINA SODA SHOP HALLMARK CARDS 41 Hay St. 2719 FORT BRAGG BLVD. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 305 FLEISHMAN ' S BIG STORE Ann O ' Hale and Margaret Pigott are shown the latest fall fashions available at Fleishman s Big Store. 106 Hay Street 483-7012 Layne ' s Miss Vogue WITH THE LATEST AND FINEST SELECTIONS IN FASHIONS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN I 14 Hay Street 483-7194 I 1 2 Hay Street 483-0184 BULLARD FURNITURE Telephone 483-1351 dlailz cSjuDitincj oocU do., Una. Athletic Equipment — -Games — Trophies 128 Maxwell Street FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 28302 VEMCO MUSIC CO M INC. 534 Hay Street Fayetteville, N. C. PHONE 485-2117 Operators of coin operated phonographs and cigarette machines Cathy Bock and Helen McLeod are shown one of the many luxurious sofas at Bullard Furniture. DAWSON-JOYCE Moving Storage PHILLIPS LOAN OFFICE " Money to Loan on Anything of Value " Market Square FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Your Best Listening Always WFAI 1230 On Y our Dial CBS Radio 307 CAPITOL DON WH-LIN 425-2984 BASS CARL ERWIN 488-4614 DRUMS Wc t jijtttttals ro n ‘: k " With The Certified Sound” roll JOE BOYLAND DAVID MOORE RHYTHM EVERYTHING FOR GENTLEMEN LEAD EVERYTHING FOR LADIES Don and Sue Carrico ue’s pJiggerg The only fashion tress wig salon in Fayetteville 2821 BRAGG BLVD. PHONE 485-4470 Across the street from Demo s FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Paula Mathews, Laura Morriss, and Cathy Perkins look over the wide variety of clothes found at the Capitol. Compliments of BOBBITT ' S CLEANERS UNION CORRUGATING COMPANY Phone 483-2195 Quality Cleaning " WE SPECIALIZE IN EVENING DRESSES AND FORMAL WEAR " Phone: 483-8609 1333 Ramsey St. RE ALTORS Thompson McLean, inc. 308 211 Rowan St. Ph: 483-1401 • Developers of Vanstory Hills and College Lakes M O CHEVROLET Ranny Nimocks admires Lynn Stapleton in this stylish ' 68 Caprice from M O Chevrolet. After School Visit Mr. Henson at Your Favorite Drive-In Restaurant (Opposite Fay. Sr. High) HENSON ' S REGISTERED JEWELER, AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY STERLING REED BARTON • TOWLE INTERNATIONAL • LUNT • GORHAM HEIRLOOM • WALLACE CHINA LENOX • OXFORD • ROYAL DOULTON PAUL A. STRAUB • METLOX CRYSTAL TIFFIN • VAL ST. LAMBERT LOTUS • GLASTONBURY DIAL 483-2505 110 Hay Fayetteville Zenith Hearing Aids — Contact Lenses McBRYDE ' S OPTICIANS LEON AND ALEX COMPLETE EYE GLASS SERVICE SINCE 1939 304 Hay Street 483-5487 HORNE ' S Fayetteville ' s First Drug Store Since 1865 124 Hay Street DIAL 483-2111 WE DELIVER 309 BURGER CHEF POWERS-SWAIN TROPICAL RESTAURANT Dine With Us Often 4304 Bragg Blvd. Phone 867-3308 for Reservations Compliments of BLVD. PAR 3 GOLF Course — 18 Holes Located at Intersection of Hwy. 59 and Bragg Blvd. Phone 867-0800 John Houston is shown a 1968 Chevrolet at Power-Swain Chevrolet in Spring Lake, N.C. 310 EUTAW RECORD CENTER FANCY BAKERY Ricky Jenkins enters Eutaw Record Center to look over their ide selection. Mary Nicholes shows the Bakery. ide varieties of pastry from Fancy Compliments of Compliments of SUNNYSIDE FLORAL NURSERY 1815 Morganfon Road at Lamb Street 484-4106 National Bank mber Federal Re; mber Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. HUBBARD REALTY WE BUILD, BUY, SELL, TRADE — Insurance and Rentals — MATTHEW ' S PHARMACY " Prompt Delivery Service " 451 Hay Street FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone 483-2511 311 BASSES ' FLOWER MART 5110 Bragg Boulevard James Chesnutt purchases this lovely plant for that special someone at Basses ' . HUNTER BROTHERS, INC. Visit the DAIRY QUEEN Bragg Blvd. Carolyn Hester examines one of the fine appliances to be found, at Hester ' s T.V. HESTER ' S T.V. APPLIANCE CO. DOWNTOWN BRAGG BOULEVARD DAMAC STUDIOS ANN CLARK SCHOOL OF DANCE 2737 Bragg Blvd. 484-6846 Ballet-Tap — Jazz ANN CLARK — Instructor PHONE 867-3211 312 TWO BIG STORES TO SERVE YOUR NEEDS A- y 1 f 111 r r KW Melissa Geddie shows Jan Durham a sweater from Belk ' s. TULTWHD TALLYWOOD Shopping Center — Raeford Rd. A DOWNTOWN Hay St. Thru to Franklin St. Mike Rea and Mack Byrd are deciding on a new coat. BelKiHensdale DEPARTMENT STORES “Home of Better Values” J. C. PENNEY CO. Compliments of PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO. J. HARVEY OLIVER, JR., C.L.U. A. C. PARKER, C.L.U. Insurance Building, 1333 Morganton Rd. LEA-RICH BEAUTY SALON ( " Complete Beauty Care " ) Phone 485-6291 HELEN L. RICHARDSON 848 Bra 99 Boulevard Owner Fayetteville, N. C. Laney Shackleford and Dottie Rawley admire a new fall skirf and sweater at Penney ' s. McFADYEN MUSIC " Congratulations " JORDAN FLORIST " AT THE TOP OF THE HILL " C. A. " JACK " JORDAN 1201 Hay St. Fayetteville, N.C. Phone 485-7161 BROADWELL REALTY CORP. 1 1 5 Broadfoot Avenue " COTTONADE AND SUMMER HILL " Phone 867-6131 Reggie Barton and Ben Hill discuss the qualities of this fine guitar. SERVING THE CAROLINAS With Complete Brokerage Facilities BRANCH OFFICES CHARLOTTE, N.C. HIGH POINT, N.C. KINSTON, N.C. RALEIGH, N.C. MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. NEW YORK, N.Y. POWELL, KISTLER CO. Members New York Stock Exchange American Stock Exchange 1 10 Old Street Telephone 483-6181 Fayetteville, N.C. Compliments of DAVID L. GODWIN REALTORS 3614 Raeford Rd. Phone 485-6103 , tTO ' Bob Kleha ' s STEAK HOUSE JEWEL BOX Fran Olver and Greg Johnson are shown a ring from the fine collection at the Jewel Box. g i c on DOWNTOWNER [ MOTOR INNS sy ) UTar Heel. 134 ROWAN ST. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Located at 134 Rowan St. Fayetteville, N. C. Highways U.S. 401 — U.S. 87 — N.C. 210 — N.C. 24 Area Code 919-483-414! 84 Units . . . Color T.V. . . . Guest Dial Phones . . . Radio and Music . . . Year Round Air Conditioning . . . Lounge . . . Banquet Facilities for 20-400 . . . Ample Parking . . Display and Interview Rooms . . . Featuring Tar Heel Din- ing Room and Kwik Shoppe . . . Finest Southern Cuisine. Best Wishes to the Class of ' 68 KING OF THE MOTOR LODGES Located At 220 Eastern Blvd. Fayetteville, N. C. On Highways U. S. 301 — U. S. 13 — 1-95 AREA CODE 919-483-1 113 TWX-9 1 9— 484-0286 134 Units, TV, Radio, Hi-Fi, Air Conditioners, Swimming Pool, Guest Dial Telephones, Tap Room, Gift Shop, Service Station, Conference Rooms, Fine Restaurant and Famous Horne ' s Candies 316 OW EN ' S T.V. W M Carl Sreeson, David Moore, and Ben White admire the wide variety of musical instruments at Owen ' s T.V. FAYETTEVILLE AVIATION INC. K M OFFICE SUPPLY CO., INC. 505 W. Russell St. Fayetteville Aviatio] air taxi " Come fly with me! " Carolyn Cogdell diligently practices on her new typewriter from K M. 3|7 YOUR LAFAMAC STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS TOWN N COUNTRY STUDIO KINS SHOPPING CENTER Dial 867-1901 or 867-6254 JIM LIPSCOMB Two Award Winning Photographers to Serve You. PAUL WILLIAMS SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Mary Ann Padgett discovers the world of fine fashions at Sears. 318 .. Compliments of RANKIN BROS. CO. P.O. Box 876 Fayetteville, N. C. ONE HOUR CLEANERS 1303 Fort Bragg Road Mike Fowler picks up his dry cleaning from One Hour Cleaners. HAPPINESS is a SPORTS CAR 1 YARBOROUGH FAYETTEVILLE i Um, Spurts Car Peuph. TILE INC. of Fayetteville GENUINE CERAMIC TILE TOOLS • MASTIC • GROUT CEMENT AND OTHER ACCESSORIES Dial 485-2119 469 Robeson St. Fayetteville, N.C. OFFICE SUPPLIES, INC. office supplies, in OFFICE FURNITURE ■ STATIONERY • Mir «s COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS o, Q FAYETTEVILLE BEAUTY COLLEGE Many of our graduates are secure in professional positions as salon owners, stylists, instructors in beauty schools, and in the many other phases of the broad world of Cosmetology. Why not visit us for the interview that has guided so many other young people to a successful and satisfying career. 2018 Fort Bragg Road HU 4-7191 PARNELL CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. Member of the NATIONAL SWIMMING POOL INSTITUTE Pool engineering, equipment, and supplies 4728 Cumberland St. Fayetteville Phone: 425-6138 320 SWIMMING POOL CONTRACTORS VILLAGE KITCHEN SHOP Patti Summers and Sue Page watch Jack O ' Hale devour a tasty sandwich at the Village Kitchen Shop. FIRST-CITIZENS BANK TRUST CO. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SEVEN OFFICES TO SERVE YOU First Citizens Bank Building Haymount Liberty Point Highland Bragg Blvd. Bordeaux Mallonee Village (Ft. Bragg) 322 Mial Broadfoot and Kent Doxey make a deposit at First-Citizens Bank and Trust Co. AFTER FIVE BOB HENDERSON BEN HILL Music by AFTER FIVE MELVIN SMITH LARRY DICKENS A. K. McCALLUM CO. UNITED RENT ALL ?nfals are requested in adva iMtfiod of time each item Jeff Hurr reminds Sharon Dorsey that boats always run better in water. Having trouble with math? Charles Hartsell rents an machine from United Rent All. adding 323 HOLT OIL COMPANY BERNARD ' S MEN ' S SHOP JOHNSON STORES " One down and five to go!! " Nicky Lampros fells John Shaw, " Things go better with COKE. " T«AOC MA«K 0 BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY 325 ROHM and HAAS Putt your troubles away at PUTT-PUTT GOLF COURSE A Completely New Installation VALET CLEANERS M A Complete Wardrobe Service " 2729 Bragg Blvd. HU 4-4364 Bragg Blvd.: Across From Valley Volkswagen 54 MODERN PUTTING HOLES REFRIGERATION HEATING CO. Pam McRainey knows that Refrigeration and Heating Company is always at your service. 326 NCNB NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK s» «« ««« ;»• ’ ? •I!! ■mm Iff!! •XiS • ' .A ' . ' •• ' .VrV.V PW.r BVV- iSiSI Mrs. Vivian Bishop helps Frank Beard and Scotty Hood open new accounts at NCNB. 327 LAFAYETTE LANES Cindy Class of 1966 Ernie ' Lots of Class ' Tommy Class of 1962 Tina Class of 1970 Tip Class of 1983 Jumper II Honorary Mascot ll THE FAMILY THAT BOWLS TOGETHER HOLDS TOGETHER 3313 Raeford Road HU 4-0113 OVERNITE TRANSIT COMPANY 328 Overnite . . . For safe, dependable service. MERCHANDISE MART In need of a new appliance? Gay Gilbert, Dave Temple, and Jimmy Bertchi know where to get the best deals. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! FOR HAPPY HEATING Ask About Our Watch Dog Service Dial 483-1306 D. K. TAYLOR OIL COMPANY 202 CUMBERLAND ST. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. FAYETTEVILLE WHOLESALE Rosalind Godwin receives some heipful homemaking tips from a friendly salesman at Fayetteville Wholesale. North Carolina ' s Oldest Bank BB T is your bank BRANCH BANKING TRUST COMPANY □ North Carolina ' s Oldest Bank 329 B B LANES G.A.A. members enjoy bowling at B B Lanes. Phone 867-5151 COATES MOTORS, INC. Rambler Sales and Service 4428-30 Bragg Blvd. Fayetteville, N. C. PIZZA PABLOS ve Public house ' 68 1200 Bragg Blvd. OPEN 12: A.M. TO 11:15 P.M. DAILY n varieties of pizza made with fla- vorful cheeses in 750° ovens. QUEEN CITY T RAILWAYS Go Trail ways . . . Specialists in Friendly First-Class Travel! Trailways Goes THRU to Most Destinations! 304 Gillespie St. Fayetteville, N. C. DIAL 483-5127 331 I l Jf WILLIAMS OFFICE EQUIPMENT WEBEN " SEAHORSE " CAR WASH FULLY AUTOMATIC YOU STAY IN YOUR CAR Fayetteville, N. C. Melinda Creed selects her school supplies from Williams Office Equipment. WORTH BUSINESS COLLEGE 332 Mr. Maxwell instructs Mike Desist in the operation of an IBM Office Machine. COBLE DAIRY " The Name Coble on Milk is Like Sterling on Silver " Pam Hargis and Bruce McFerren were truly amazed when they met the cow whose milk filled this carton, 333 3015 Fort Bragg Road Fayetteville, North Carolina 28303 " We deliver everything but the baby " Compliments of A FRIEND THAD ' S THAD’S, BLEECKER MOTORS, INC. Melissa Geddie prepares to test drive this car from Bleecker Motors. 334 Compliments of JOHNNY JOYCE on " Around the Market House " Congratulations to the CLASS OF ' 68 La F AM AC STAFF In many ways the community supports and promotes the numerous endeavors of our school in an effort to further the concept and tradition of an institution which has become a vital part of our community. To the many businesses and kind merchants in and around Fayette- ville, we extend our patronage and our wholehearted appreciation. Jack O’Hale Business Manager, 1968 LaFamac I the final year of Fayetteville ior High School draws to a close, I ish to end these pages with the ce of the sounds of ’68 Hail to dear old Fayetteville High School! jl’Jfe we’ll always love — Anlays hear thy praises ringing, Ringing from above. ‘Raise your voices, sing her rgaises — p school is the best! gVetteville High School we Bpteherish— Sear Old F.H.S.” The 1968 LaFamac Staff 338 TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY " The World ' s Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made " i


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