Fike High School - Accolade Yearbook (Wilson, NC)

 - Class of 1960

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Astronauts prepare seriously for trips to the moon . . . Two great powers fight for superiority in the race to conquer space . . . The earth shrinks and the stars seem closer. Suddenly . . . whether we like it or not . . . we are plunged INTO THE SPACE AGE. Education is changing because the times are changing. New courses are found in the curriculum. Old courses take on added significance. There is an academic state of urgency as the schools seek to improve the teaching of science and mathematics. The gifted student is raised to a place of distinc- tion, and education is striving to pro- duce the scientists, engineers, and tech- nicians needed as we move forward in our QUEST INTO SPACE. CONTENTS THE TROPOSPHERE- FIKE lilCll SCI IOOL p Our Natural Surroundings THE BLUE PRINT- ADMINISTRATION p These hlake the Blast-off Possihlc 'lil"lE BLAS'li-OFFMCLASSES p Pioneers of New Frontiers THE S'l'RA'l'OSPl IERE- fXTl ILETICS p Man Explores and Compctes THE IONOSPI IERE-ACTIVITI ES p. Here the Atmosphere Conducts Electricity THE EXOSPl lERE- CRADUATION p Into Qrhit PINQ 5 X x mmf 'f'., N4. f f U 50 f 1 s ,f f 44 fag 2 ,, my i Q- ai -lszffi x I f K ,, Q' , W W , Q W J f, , Y I ' Ms MQ! , I- 1 f - --5. '--1+ For more than a decade, Mrs. Rosa R. Bran- don has rendered distinguished service as our school secretary. She has handled our finances, kept our records, filed our transcripts, and measured us for caps and gowns. She has been our telephone operator, hospitality chairman, accountant, ticket seller, lost-and-found depart- ment, mathematician, typist, mail clerk, and reliable source of information. In short, she has been our competent Mrs. jack-of-al1- Trades. But to the students, numbering in the thou- sands, whose lives Mrs. Brandon has touched, she has been far more than an efficient secre- tary. She has been a true friend. Mrs. Brandon is ever gracious, amiable, and warm-hearted. Whenever there is a problem to be solved, she is willing to help find the answer. She is never too busy to rejoice in our happiness, listen to our troubles, offer sound advice and encouragement, lend a helping hand, and share with us the warmth of her cheerful personality and admirable character. At athletic games she is an enthusiastic booster. At other school events, she is one of the guiding hands behind the scenes that helps make things run smoothly. At all times, she is loyal to Pike Senior High School and supports the noblest purposes that an educational pro- gram may Offer. So, in deep appreciation for the countless services she renders day by day, and in recog- nition of our love and respect for her, we dedicate this second edition of the ACCOLADE to her-MRS. ROSA R. BRANDON. Mus. ROSA R. BRANDON DEDICATION Quad w . 4 .ku il' i I ' Q F These, our teachers and Ticzzds, umke tlzc 1711751-U izz school vossilzle. I ., w I Y f , E W., w l w 1 I w , 1 w , , 1 w 1 ' 1 k 3 N ' 1 E X W EN 1 I W xg T H E 1 .., r ' V X E 1 i 1 Z li , w 3 3 w ' 1 W 1 "' 1 W X W' 1 x A ' ' L ' X V xx f ' 1-. fl ' X". ' A, A, E M .Q ,W N MM ,, X-, .M ..,,,- . A 4 A . A 1 fml HlClIl!7Ul'S l1ISCll5S L'lH'l'lCIllll1lI, new zffufrs, mul pnlzczcs wzflz tlzc Iunclzcrs. 1 4 A ' , X. ,,V,1AA..., 1 l 1' I 1 BLUEPRINT Mr. x'VUUtItIl'tl ami Hr. HIM, furnzw' LIUIIII, szurv L',X"17l.'l'iL'llCL'S. Nfr. Ufillnrd, Supcrizztcmfuzzf, mul Hr. Ufulrwx, llircctur of Izzsfrzzctiozz, CUl1fL'!'l7l'iUl' ton IIICCUIIAQ. During tlic 195960 scliool ycur, tlic Wfilson City Board of Education has devoted inucli tiinc and zlttcntion to luuclgcts, luuilclings, scliool sitcs, cquipnicnt, writtcn poli- cics, curriculum, pcrsonncl, uncl profcssionul incctings. Nlucli progrcss liars luccn macle in till lll'C1lS. ln uclclition to upproviiig ultcriitions uncl uclclitions to soinc of tlic cxisting school plants and tlic iinprovcincnt of four ol' tlic scliool sitcs, tlic lvoiircl lius launcliccl tlic first stage: of ii ncw tlircc-ycur lnuilcling progrznn to proviclc ncctlccl classrooms. For tlic first timc in local cclucutionul history, tlic VVilson lwotircl nicmlvcrs liavc pcrf forinccl tlicir functions within tlic lrtiincworli of writtcn policics and bylaws. To lxccp inlorrnccl on inctliocls uncl proccclurcs rcluting to tlic curriculum, scliool organization. uncl olnjcctivcs, tlic lvonrcl luis liclcl profcssionirl incctings in uclclition to tlic rcgular lmusincss incctings. ililic Supcrintcnclcnt, supcrvisors, principals, and tcuclicrs liuvc pur- ticipiLtccl in tlic nicctings uncl lizrvc proviclccl up-to-clutc illlitlflllllflllll on tlic scliool progruin zlncl trcncls in pulvlic cclucation. For tlicir outstuntling scrvicc Lincl for tlicir continuing cfforts to proviclc goocl scliools lor till of tlic cliilclrcn of tlic Vvilson scliool clistrict, wc cxprcss our acliniration and Llccp upprcciation to the incinlucrs of our Bonrtl of Eclucution. B0 RD OF EDUCATION MR. G. H. ADAMS Clmirmarr of Board MR. G. VVILLARD Srzfperintenvleifzt of Schools Mn. -I. R. VVALTERS, IR. Director of llzstrucfion MRS. j. W. Branson MP.. F. T. CJREEN MRS. C. A. KING MR. Pt. E. KIRKLAND, ln. MP.. B. B. PLYER, JR. MP.. G. C. VICK, JP.. PRINCIPAL Mr. VVillard VVoodard began his teaching career in VVilson in 1946. llis special field was social studies, but his chief interest was in teaching students to be good citizens. llc was one of the states pioneers in using the Citizenship Education Projects approach in his work. He received his training and degrees from Atlantic Christian College and the Uni- versity of North Carolina. Beginning his career as principal in 1952, Mr. VVoodard served efficiently in Scotland Neck, North Carolina, and in Selma in the same capacity, before being called back home, this year, to Wilscnn to become the principal of the Pike Senior High School. When asked about his philosophy of educa- tion, he stated briefly and concisely: "I believe that education has as its central purpose the development of common understandings, loy- alties, abilities and interests that are essential for the fullest, self-realization of the individual to become increasingly self-directing through the mastery of the basic tools of learning. Teachers should help each student to grow from his state of initial dependence into free participation in the richest individual and cul- tural life that is to be found in our democratic country." Assuming authority over and responsibility for about eight hundred students in a brand new high school, and in a recognized period of transition, has been no easy job. However, Mr. Woodard has met his obligation dutifully and creditably. He has, in his quiet, unassume ing, yet forceful way, carved out a niche for himself. The students, parents, and faculty have found him aware of the many facets of his responsibilties in a new age-the space age. They have found him resourceful, tireless, and selfless. They have found him calm and even tempered when there was confusion around him. They have seen the little twinkle in his blue eyes, and they have placed their confidence and trust in him as a guardian of the ideals of youth. Mas. Rosa R. BRANDCJN, School Secretary NR. VV. xT'lII,L.-XRD Xkloonfxnn Theres never a dull moment in the life of hlrs. Bosa B. Brandon, the efficient and beloved high school secretary. Everybody in the school knows that, in the office, he has a friend. Besides her job, Mrs. Brandon is a woman of many talents and interestsg among which are the Xklilson Fire Department Auxiliary, of which she was the first presidentg the Loyal Crder of the hloose, of which she holds the highest degree they offer: the P.T.A. of which she holds an llonorary Life Membership, and the liirst hlethodist Church, for which she is always willing to work, Besides her graduating daughter, Betsy, she has two sons and a loving husband to love and care for. She says that her chief interest in life is "these young pcoplce but, of course, my home comes first." l13l MRS. BETTY S. ABERNATHY East Carolina Collegeg M.A.-Scienceg Science Club Adviserg Senior Class Adviser. MISS LELA AYOOOR Woman's College of the University of North Caro- linag A.B.-Englishg ACCOLADE Staff Adviserg Coun- selorg Senior Class Adviser. RAYh'IOND Il. BABELAY Richmond Professional lnstituteg B.Mus.g Director of Bands and Choir. MRS. ELIZABETH VTHOIXIPSON BARNES University of North Carolinag A.B.-Frenchg Sopho- more Class Adviser. MRS. ELLA WELLS BEAMAN Wfvman's College of the University of North Caro- linag A.B.-Scienceg Science Club Adviserg Sopho- more Class Adviser. FACULTY MRS. JEANETTE ATKINS BROOKS Meredith Collegeg A.B.-Commercial Subjectsg Senior Class Adviser. MRS. MILDRED H. BULLARD Columbia Universityg M.A.-Home Economicsg Future Homemakers Club Adviserg Sophomore Class Adviser, MRS. ETHEL V. CRAWLEY East Carolina Collegeg A.B.-Englishg Counselorg Future Teachers Club Adviserg Senior Class Ad- viser. HOWARD KErTH ESTEP University of North Carolinag M.Ed.-Scienceg Science Club Adviserg Sophomore Class Adviser. MISS LOUISE W. PIKE Salem Collegeg A.B.-Commercial Subjectsg Future Business Leaders Adviserg Iunior Class Adviser. 'h,,,44' 1 H: 1 ., .. . . ANC! Q :"j' '. ""' 'LM f we f. K .W-3413 5 if -....,,-Ni On tlze map, H. Skinner, S. Bailey, anal YV. Dz1l3ois fintl In Miss Lula Aycitcles Hnglislz IV class, Il. jones, If. fioozlf ltlarseilles, setting for a story, in tllrs. l:li:al7etl1 l3arnes's win, anti N. Allnnin stntly Sl1L1llL'5f7L'l'IVL'yN lrnglantl as a Frenclz Class. lniclzgroninl for llaclvetlz. llilr. Raynzontl lialrelay, tlze new lraml llirector tlzis year, The construction of conzplex sentences seenis to lie tlze 'Q tlenzonstrates proper note control to Herring anal Ulil- znain topic of a tlisczission lietween V. Deans, ID. Sasser. son in Varsity Banal Class. and Hrs. Etlzel Clt'tTll'lL'j'. Mrs. Milflrecl Hnllaril supervises, as Bottoms anal L. Hrs. Ella Beanzon explains lion' we olttnin petrolezinz t Hfaller learn to nzalae tlzeir favorite ilessert, lemon me- from tlzc gronntl to A. Maroon, E. jones, antl XI. Griffin. 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Urs. 101111 1111111111519 511111111115 11111111 1111111s11'11111S1'1' 011 1111- St1111y111g 11111ge11t1y, M155 Hattie No111e's 51111161115 18111611 for ll'V111'I.Lf 111 1111111111110 11111111 typizzg skills 111111 letter f111'111s. their Lt1111l 1'11c11111111111cs 1111111 1116 help 1111111511 Cfl7'l1S. MRS. MARY KATHERINE FLEMINI: Duke Universityg A.B.-Social Studiesg -lunior Class Adviser. MRS. ANNE lVlORRIS CILOVER East Carolina Collegeg A.B.-Businessg Sophomore Class Adviser. MRS. FLORA IIANCHROW East Carolina Collegeg M.A.kMatlIeInaticsg Junior Class Adviser. MRS. JEAN A. HARRISS East Carolina Collegeg M.A.-Commercial Subjectsg Future Business Leaders Club Adviserg Senior Class Adviser. MISS CLYDE HUNTER Woman's College University of North Carolinag A.B.-Mathematicsg National Honor Society Ad- viserg junior Class Adviser. FACULTY MISS VIRGINIA W. KNOWLES East Carolina Collegeg M.A.-Physical Educationg Cheerleader Adviserg Keyette Club Adviserg Acco- LADE Business Staff Adviserg Sophomore Class Ad- viser. STANLEY HAROLD LAMM Atlantic Christian Collegeg A.B.-Social Studiesg Dean of Boys: Key Club Adviserg Sophomore Class Adviser. MRS. JANE TURNER LAUGHRIDGE Catawba Collegeg A.B.-Englishg Sophomore Class Adviser. ROBERT PAUL MARKLIN East Carolina Collegeg M.A.-Physical Educationg Ejfad Football and Basketball Coachg Senior Class viser. MISS HATTIE NOBLE Womanis College of the University of North Caro- linag A.B.-Lating Dean of Cirlsg Sophomore Class Adviser. ifo- I ff 5 5 Q i H1484 'undone Miss Lu L. OVERTON University of North Carolinag B.A.-Englishg Fike Hi-Zette Adviserg Junior Class Adviser. MRS. KATHLEEN E. PATTERSON University of North Carolinag A.B.-Spanishg Span- ish Club Adviserg Sophomore Class Adviser. NORMAN L. POLK Atlantic Christian Collegeg A.B.-Social Studiesg -lunior Class Adviser. QiILBERT A. ROSE Teachers College+Columhia Universityg M.A.- lndustrial Artsg Athletic Business Managerg Sopho- more Class Adviser. ALSEY KLHOINIAS STOTT Atlantic Christian Colleggeg AB.-Mathematicsg Di- versified Occupationsg Student Council Adviserg Senior Class Adviser. FACULTY Miss GRACE L. SYKES East Carolinag M.A.HLihrarian. MRS. JEAN CTREEKIX-'IORE THOMAS Atlantic Christian Collegeg AB.-Commercial Sub jects. Iunior Class Adviser. MISS DORIS lNqELBELENE THORNE East Carolina Collegeg M.A.-Englishg junior Class Adviser. MRS. SUSAN V. WARREN Mary Washington College of the University of Virginiag A.B.-Frenchg French Club Adviserg Sophomore Class Adviser. WILLIAM H. WEIR East Carolina Collegeg M.A.-Social Studies. Coachg Junior Class Adviser. W x 14 a 'Y 'K In.. i ll I Using lx'IT. Keith Esfepk izzczflmtor to lmtclz QSQAEQS, is 41 A tulle with Mr. 'IQIIOIIIIIS Siolt lzulps IJ. IHHIHI, Uf 1 project in 11iolog3'ofA. Kelley, H. U'11ite,mzdj. Brmztlcy. liutclzelor, I.. l'ricL', 13. Hecldiug, om! YI. 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FIKE STUDENTS AVVAKEN T0 WN The science of the study of foods for better efficiency lwconzes n goal. , MW Ceouzetry becomes n study of scientific ex- citement and acl11e11tz11'e. uf 1111111. 1 ,,.. . f U19 WWI!-Q-fy 1.71,-.V W XV i f , 'a-11:11 , , Mm H .V,,, - 1 -7 X Music leads 11 1 l71Ll 1110 11 f11111'1111l1s111 1 f 1 1 17lYffL'VlZ of Q 1111111 f f 11111 1111 OFFICERS President FREDDIE HOLLINGSWORTH Vice-Prcsizlelzt BILL Wlxnn Secretary PATRICIA I IORNE SI 1l'L't7SH Ver P3,x1mARA .lENK1Ns Sezjsgen111'-fzt-Aruzs IDUNNIE CTRABTREE PIOLLINGSVVORTH HORNL CiRABTRliE VIENKINS XYARD SENIOR CLASS QFFICERS ADVISERS MRS. BETTY ABEnNA'r'm' IVIISS LELA AYQOCK NRS. IIEANETTE BROOKS MRS. ETIIEI. CTRAWLEY MRS. ,IEAN IIARRISS MR. PAUL IVIARKLIN MR. 'I'lIUiXlAS STOH' ABERNATIIY NIARKLIN STOTT BROOKS HARIIISS LNRAVVLEY AYCOCK FREDERICK STEPHEN ABBOTT, JR. JAMES BASS ALFORD LUCIA BIITH ALLEN NANCY JEAN ALLMAN BETTY SEIVA ANDERSON JANET ELSPETH ASKEW BETTIE JO BAILEY RACHEL BONITA BAILEY SHELLEY DEW BAILEY JOSEPH LLOYD BAKER JAINIES WARDLAW BALTZECAR, JR. CLARKIE ANN BARNES HULDAH JEAN BARNES JACQUELYN MARIE. BARNES JAMES WILLARD BARNES LILA JANE BARNES MERRIMAN THOMAS BARNES, JR. JOAN BASS JOYCE LEE BASS LYNWOOD ANDERSON BASS, JR. JOHN WESLEY BATCHELOR, JR. WILLIAM EDWIN BATTS, III BONNIE OPHELIA BAUCOIXI THOMAS EDWARD BEAMAN 5 J' SENIORS I271 Hrs. Betty !ll7Cl'llllll1Y'S senior QVUZI17 vizjmfx ii Cli f falzlz, H. ilnzzriicr, L. U wttnll, E. Alcilli ristiims party. nys mul Means ClUllIHllllCCI VV. limiismz, 7 Pllllllttll, li". Ciomlwiiz, I. lluizclirmr, li. D. Keziizca f U tml. l WN , WMA if L ga lltill, R A The ACCOLADE Etlitorinl Staff takes time out to relax from it tQ1'Zl8ll1ItQ t?ffCl'lZUU7IlS work. SENIORS DEVELOP gn Uflziclz will it lic for our estceiiieil etlitor, Billy f ,W U'nts0t1? 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VIRGINIA BRUCE QTOLEY IDOROTHY IDELORES COOK DONALD WAYNE CRARTREE SUE ANN CRUTE JOHN ELLIS DANIEL THOMAS ARTHUR DANIEL CHARLES IRVIN DAVIS LINDA LEE DAVIS SUZANNE TELFAIR DAVIS ANN SHIRLEY JJEANS GERALDINE VALERIE DEANS JOHN WAYNE DEANS JENNY LOU DEES BARBARA ANN IDIXON BARBARA ANN EDWARDS FRANK WARREN ELLIOT BRENDA JEAN ELLIS JOYCE JOAN ETHERIDGE RAY PEARSON FELTON ELIZABETH ANN FERRELL WILLIANI THOMAS FERRELL LLEWELLYN PIKE MARY JO FINCH PEGGY JOYCE FISH SAIVUWY KAY FLOWERS BETSY JANE FORBES VERNON JACKIE FREEMAN EDWARD EARL PULP-ORD FRANKLIN JEROINIE GALLOWAY BENJAIVIIN FRANKLIN GLOVER, JR. SENIORS ww '17 I-311 f A SENIORS I321 DOROTHY LYNN GLOVER JANICE PAYE GLCJVER STANLEY HAROLD GODWIN EDNA FLORENCE GOODWIN FRANCIS JX'qILLARD GRIFFIN GARLAND DRAPER HALE, JR. JACK ARTHUR HANCHROW JOHN ALLEN PJARRELL KENNETH RALPH PJARRELL LESTER RAY HARRIS REGINALD WOODROW J JARRISON, JEAN ABBITT JJARRISS VIRCINIA ANN HAYES JOHN FREDRICK JJOLLINGSWORTH PEGGY JEAN HONEYCLITT PATRICIA ANN LIORNE JLIDITH CAROL HOWARD JO ANN JACKSON IDENNIS RICHARD JAYNES BARBARA ALICE JENKINS WILLIAM HOWARD JERRIAN, JR. WINIERED ANN JOMP CHARLES BERNARD JONES EDWARD GROVER JONES R JAINIES MARTIN JONES VVALTER VANN JONES LARRY RICHARD JOYNER, JR. LINA JANE JOYNER ROBERT GAY JOYNER SELBY CRAIG JOYNER MARGARET BEATRICE JUSTICE KENNETH DURWOOD KENNEDY, JR. CLEMENT XXVILLIAIXI KIIXIBROUCII BRENDA GALE KING DENNIS CECIL LAMM JANICE ELIZABETH LAMM ELIZABETH MARY ANN LANE THELMA AVON LAYTON JEAN CAROL LEWIS JUDITH AURELIA LIVELY ALICE LOUISE RJAROON MINNIE JEAN MARTIN RAMONA GAYLE IVIASSENGILL WINNIE ELAINE MASSENGILI. ENIINIA LOUISE MATTHEWS ELIZABETH MCMILLAN EDWARD RAY MEEKS RALPH DOUGLAS MERCER SENIORS E331 14-new-Q.. SENIORS l34l ANNE KAY BMLES DAISY ANNE IVIILLARD CYEORCE ERICK B'1INSCHEVV LINDA CTAROLYN 1X4INK PAUL -IAGRSON IVIOORE, IR. 'IAAIES ALFRED IVIORCAN IJENNIS LYNN INIORRIS SHIRLEY LOUISE BIIORRIS QQARY NEAL PATRICIA IVIAVIS NEAL QTLAUDIA VIRGINIA NEWCOIXIB LINDA PAYE NEVVCOIXIB IRONNIE LEONARD NIXON JOSEPH RANDOLPH NLINNERX', ,IR CIEORGE ARTHUR OAKEY IDEWEY BENTON CDVERIXIAN, II PATRICIA LANE OVERIYIAN FREDERICK BLXLIRICE CDWENS DERWOOD CPOPELAND PARKER CIATHERINE BICIVER PEACOCK WILLIAAI BALLARD PERRY DAVID LEONARD PITTIVIAN RC,7SALIND BRYAN PITTNIAN BETTY JEAN POPE RUBY EDITH POYTHRESS LARRY SHELTON PRICE LULA DANIEL PRIDGEN MARY ELIZABETH PRIDGEN PAUL EDWARD PRIDGEN BILLY LYNWOOD RADFORD ELSIE LAVONNE RAPER BIRGER KRISTIAN WERLIELAND RASNIUSSEN, VII GLENDA ANN RAY WILLIANI RAYIVIOND REDDING, CARL BROWN RENFRO, JR. TOlN'Ih'IIE ROINIER RILEY MILDRED LOUISE ROBERTS PRISCILLA ANNE ROBERTSON REBECCA JOANNE RODGERS ANN MARIE ROGERS DENNIS STANLEY ROGERS HENRY HESTER ROGERS RUTH CAROLYN RUCKER JENNIE GRAY RUFFIN DANIEL WILBERT SASSER, JR. LINDA GAIL SAULS MARILYN MOORE SEBURN JANET RUTH SHEPARD SENIORS l35l SENIORS 1351 MARY LOU SHINN MARGARET ANN SIMONS WILLIAM PARRISH SIMMS, J REBECCA ROSE SKINNER RITA JO SKINNER FRANK SFI-IOINIAS SIXIITH JANE LORICE SMITH JEAN ELIZABETH SIVIITH LINDA LOU SNIITH MARY LEE SIVIITH BEATRICE IRENE SPEIGHT MARY LOUISE STEWART JAIVIES HARVEY STRICKLAND VIRGINIA DEAN SULLIVAN PEGGY JOYCE TAYLOR BARBARA LYNNE TURNER GERALD PAYE TURNER RXIANNIE GENE TURNER SIDNEY CHESLEY TURNER ROLAND ALTON TYNDALL FLORENCE DE LOIS TYSON JO ANNE VARNELL RONALD VICK DONALD FREDRIC WALSTON R. J J J 1 I J IIARRY LEE WALSTON VVILLIAIXI IIAAKE WARD HILDA GRAY WATSON WILLIAM EDWARD WATSON CZLENDA ESTELLE WEBB JACKIE GERALDINE WEBB SANDRA LOUISE WEBB MARY LOUISE WESTPHAL WARREN M. WHITEHLIRST, JR JOAN CAROL WHITLEY SHIRLEY ANNE WHITLEY GEORGE-ANNE WILLARD BROOKS MONROE WILLIAhfIS JOELDA ANN WILLIABIS JOHNNY MAG WILLIAh'1S BILLY EUGENE WILLIANISON NIARGARET ANN WILLIABISON SYLVIA ELAINE WILLIABISCJN PATRICIA CLARK WILSON SIDNEY JEAN WILSON CANITHE BRYAN WOOD DENNIS GERALD WOOD GEORGE IVEY WOODALIJ, JR. LEIGH CEDRIC WOODALL, JR. SENIORS Nksiw, .1 1, Awww, ff' .,,,J P99 l37l CLASS NIGHT SPEAKERS POETS LINDA IX'1INK-STANLEY CYODVVIN PROPI IETS PEGGY HoNEYCLVI"I'fVANN 'IDNES TESTATORS l.I,EwEI,I,YN FIKE-KENNETH VVUODRUI-I IIISTORIANS ROSALIND PITTRIANMK. D. KENNEDY SENIORS JERRY CLEON WOODARD MARY I-IADLEY WOODARD JAMES KENNETH WOODRUFF SIINIEON AUGUSTUS WOOTEN, JR. Not Pictured: CHARLES JOSEPH DAVIS EDWARD GRAY FLOARS I l i I N I TRADITIONAL C0-Clinirwazen of Stunt Night -IEAN LEWIS, STANLEY GODWIN RITES OF SPRIN A trip to Venus .... Om' ,I1l11i0V'SC17i0V gfllifll' IZIIXQHSII Sfl!L1t'lIfS zllzticijnzlc' ll'7'fYiZI1N IIIL' imzlitimml 1'c'wm'c'lz YIIUHIU in ilu' xprizzg K, ,M f Our mm: 9I:r,1'v11t Cfozuzcil l,l'L'Xil1L'lIf, A1111 Sizlzmzs, wins ax "Him f'!llI.QC'lIfllIff'1H uml as "Miss Ufilsmzf' SENIOR STATISTICS FREDERICK STEPHEN ABBOTT JR. Band 1. 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Float Committee 4: Diversified Occupations 4: Prom Commit'ee 3. JAMES BASS ALFORD Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3: Honor Day l, 2, 3, 4: hlonogram Club 3, 4: From Committee 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Stunt Night 3. 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Senior Superlative 4. LUCIA RuTIr ALLEN Band 1, 2. 3. 4: lntramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Tag Day 2, 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Future llomemakers of America 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Business Statf of the ACCOLADE 4. NANCY JEAN ALLMAN Transferred from New Bern 2: Future Business Leaders of America 2. 42 Future Homemakers of America 3, 4: Tag Day 3: Homeroom Ollicer 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Float Committee 3. BETTY SEVA ANDERSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 2: Tag Day 3. JANET ELSPETH ASKEVV Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: lntrarnural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Keyette Club 2, 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Officer 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Badiogrmn Representative 2: JuniorfSenior Honors 2: Float Committee 2, 3: Tag Day 3: Student Council Nominating Committee 3: Booster Club 1: Honor Day Award 3: Science Club 4. BETTIE JO BAILEY Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader 2, 3, Head 4: Booster Club 1: Prom Committee 2, 3: Future Teachers of .Xmerica 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3, 4: Keyette Club 4: Homeroom Officer 1, 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Float Committee 4: Junior Senior Honors 3: Business Staff of ACCOLADE 4: Stunt Night Court 4. RACHEL BONITA BAILEY Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Booster Clllb 1: Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Scholastic Recognition Banquet 3: Tag Day 3, 4: JuniorfSenior Honors 2: Future Teachers of America 4: Stunt Night 1, 2: llomeroom Otlicer 4: Float Committee 4: Honor Society 4. SHELLIE DEW BAILEY Stunt Night 1, 2. 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader 2, 3. 4. Head 4: Booster Club 1: Prom Committee 2, 3: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3, 4: Keyette Club 4: Homeroom Olficer 1, 2, 3: Future llomemakers of America 4: Float Committee 4: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Business Staff of ACCOLAIIE 4. JOSEPH LLOYD BAKER Diversified Occupations 4: Bus Driver 4. JAMES w'7ARDLAW BALTZEGAR JR. Homeroom Oflicer 1: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3. CLARKIE ANN BARNES Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2. 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Future llomernakers of .America 4: Fike Hi-Zette StaFf 4. HLILDAH JEAN BARNES Band 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 1: Booster Club 1: Tag Day 3: lfuture Teachers of America 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4. JACQUELYN NTARIE BARNES Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. JAIWES VVILLARD BARNES Band l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Nominating Committee l: Homeroom Oflicer 1: Prom Committee 3: Tag Day 3, 4. LILA JANE BARNES Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Prom Committee 3: Tag Day 3: Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3: Choir 3, 4: Stunt Night 3. 4. RKTERRIMAN THOMAS BARNES JR. Band 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader 1, 2: Stunt Night l. 2. JOAN BASS Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Choir 4. JOYCE LEE BASS Transferred from Rocky Mount 2: Choir 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3: Future Homernakers of America 4: Fike Hi-Zetre Staff 4. LYNWOOD ANDERSON BASS JR. Football 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: hlonogram Club 3. 4: Homeroom Officer 3: Stunt Night Court 4. 1401 JOHN VVESLEY BATCHELOR JR. Baseball 3, 4: Diversified Occupations 4. VVILLIAJVI EDWIN BATTS 111 Band 1, 2: Marshal 1, 3: Honor Day 1: Homeroom Officer 1: Prom Com- mittee 2, 3: Science Club 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Scholastic Recognition Banquet 3: Tag Day 4: Editorial Staff of JXCC0I.AD131 4: National Honor Society 4: Electronics Club 3, 4. BONNIE OPI-IELIA BAUCOIVI Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom OH-icer l: French Club 3, 4: Rarliogram Representative 2, 3: Prom Committee 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3, 4. THOMAS EDWARD BEANIAN Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 3: Rurliogrrmz Representative 2: Prom Committee 2, 3: Football 1, 2: Choir 2, 4: Baseball 1: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4. RICHARD LLOYD BEAMAN JR. Diversified Occupations 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. RlILRREY ANNE BELAND Booster Club 1: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Science Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Future Teachers of .Xmerica 3, 4: Future llomemakers of .Xmerica 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Girls' State 3. JOHN LINVVOOD BENSON Key Club 2, 3, 4: llorneroom Officer 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3. 4: Stunt Night 4: Spanish Club 4: Motto Committee 4. LIERALD FRANCIS BISSETTE Bus Driver 4. JUDITH CJAROLYN BLYTHE '1'ransferred from 1,.ll1l1I1lJlll't.Z, N. C. 3: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Float Committee 3, 4: Scholastic Recognition Banquet 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Prom Committee 3: Tag Day 3: Future Homemakers of .Xmeriea 4, OH-ieer 4: Frlitorial Stall' of .Xt't'oI,ADE 4: Pike Hi-Zette Staff 4. lXlARTHA FRANCES BOST Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Science Club 3, 4: Allied Youth 1: Booster Club l: Future llomemakers of America 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Filer' Hi-7ettr' Stalin 4. BETTY LLIENORA BOYKIN Band 1: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Future Homernakers of .Xrneriea 4. ELIZIXBETIT RIXNEX' BRANDON Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Tag Day 2, 3: School Store Cofhlanager 3, 4: Honor Day 3, 4: Booster Club 1: lntramural Basketball 1: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior- Senior Honors 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Float Committee 4: National Honor Society 4: Keyette Club 4. RALPH FRANKLIN BRASVVELL Prom Committee 2. 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Bus Driver 3, 4: Honor Day 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 4: Fike Hi-Zelte Staff 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4. EQLIZABETIT HLINTEB BREWER Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2: Tag Day 3: Future Business Leaders of .America 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Fike Hi-Zette Stal-f 4. PAUL ANDERSON BREWER JR. Honor Day .Xward 1, 2: Football 1: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1: Prom Committee 3, 4: llomeroom Ol-hcer 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Key Club 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Float Cormnittee 4: Tag Day 3. 4: Stunt Night Court 4. JOIIN FLIRMAN BRIDGERS Marshal 1, 2. 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Honor Day Award 1, 2, 3: Science Club 3, 4, Ollicer 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Key Club 3, 4: Float Com Inittee 3: lrlomeroom Ollieer 4: Tag Day 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Science Symposium 3: National Ilonor Society 4. EDNA GRACE BROCDEN Transferred from VVarsaw, N. C.: Choir 1, 4: Fu'u-'c Hornemi-kers of America 1, 2: Prom Committee 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4. ANN FAYE BROTHERS Transferred from Oxford, N. C. 1: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 4: Homeroom Officer 2. 3: Choir 2. 4: Tag Day 2, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Float Committee 4. BETTY lX1ARIE BROWN Band 1, 2, 3: Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3: Tag Day 3: Future llomemakers ot America 4: Float Committee 4: Prom Committee 2, 3. KAYLE IJIANNE BURRISS Transferred from Anderson, C. 35 Basketball 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 35 Prom Committee 35 Fike Ililelle Stall' 45 Stunt Night 4. OLINDA CAMDEN Banl I, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Prom Connnittee 2, 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Tag Day 35 Float Com mittee 45 Science Club 45 French Club 45 Fike Ili-Zetle Stall' 4. BRYAN WIIITFIELD CARR JR. Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Float Committee 3, 45 llomeroom Oflicer 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Science Club 45 Key Club 45 Business Staff of IXCCOLADE 4. VIRGINIA BRUCE CLDLEY Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Prom Committee 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 l"uturc llomemakers of America 45 Choir 4. IJOROTHY DELOIXES Cooit Band I, 2, 3. 45 Tag Day 3, 45 llomeroom Oflicer l5 Prom cl"l'I'l'!1llit'L' 25 Dean Assistant 35 Future Business Leaders of America 4, DONALD kA'7AYNE CRABTREE Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Day 1, 2, 3, 45 Iloineroom Officer 1, 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Track l, 2. 3, 45 Class Officer 3, 45 Booster Club 15 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Senior Superlative 4. Co-Captain Cyclones 45 Stunt Night Court 4. SUE ANN CRUTE Band l, 2, 35 Booster Club I5 Stunt Night 2, 35 Prom Committee 2, 35 Keyette Club 3, 45 Junior-Senior Honors 25 Homeroom Oflicer 25 Future Teachers of America 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Tag Day 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Co-Editor of Fike Hi-Zette 4. JOHN ELLIS DANIEL Band I, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS ARTHUR DANIEL Rt'IfliOg1'll11l Reporter 2, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Basketball l, 25 Tag Day 35 Junior Light Bulb Srle 3. CHARLES ERVIN DAVIS Transferred from Cardners 35 Fike Hi-Zette Staff 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. CHARLES JOSEPH IJAVIS Band l, 25 Tag Day 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Diversified Occu nations 4. LINDA LEE DAVIS Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 25 Tag Day 35 Fike Hi-Zette Staff' 45 Future Ilomemakers of America 4. SUSANNE TELEAIR DAVIS Band I, 25 Future Business Leaders of America 3. 45 Prom Committee 25 Choir 35 Tag Day 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Stunt Night 35 Future Ilomemakers of America 45 Future Teachers of America 4. ANN SHIRLEY DEANS Transferred from Bock Ridge 15 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 Tag Day 2, 35 Student Council 25 Prom Committee 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. GERALDINE VALERIE DEANS Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 45 Band I. 2, 3: Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Booster Club I5 Allied Youth 25 Keyette Club 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. JOHN WAYNE IJEANS Band l, 2, 3, 45 Tag Day 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 National Honor Society 4. JENNY Lou IDEES Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Keyette Club 2, 3, 45 Board of Directors 25 Honor Day Award 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Student Council l: Cheerleader 25 Stunt Night 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Ofhcer 45 Float Committee 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Tag Day 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Oflicer 45 Junior-Senior Honors 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Homecoming Sponsor 45 Business Staff of ACCOLADE 45 Mascot Committee 45 Stunt Night Court 4. BARBARA ANN IJIXON Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Future Teachers of America 45 Fike Hi-Zette Staff 4. BARBARA ANN EDWARDS Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Stunt Night 1, 2, 45 Ilomeroom Officer 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Tag Day 35 Vllays and Means Committee 45 Future Homemakers of America 45 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Fike I-Ii-Zette Staff 4. FRANK WARREN ELLIOTT Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Ilonor Day 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Homeroom officer 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. I4 lilll-'NDA JIAN l'l.l.lS llantl I, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 45 Intrainuial II.islatb.iIl I, 2. 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 lutuie Business l.e.irleis ol Xnueiua -Z, 4 Future llomeinalters ol' ukineriei 3. 45 llomeroom Olin:-r 2, -I5 lloosi--I I5 Choir 25 Bzlcliogrum Beporter 25 Junior Light Ilulh Sale 35 llooor Day FXXYZIFKI 3. 45 'ling Day 35 fillet' lII'f1'Ilt' Stull '45 llltlllt' leatliels ol' Xin' II' 45 CIR-eileader 4. Joyeii JoAN lzrlii11uDc5i1 Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 45 Choir I, 2, 35 Ilomerooin Otliter I, 25 luturz' lilISlD'.'Sw Leaders ol' .Xnicrica 3. 45 Band I5 Prom Coinmittee 25 Iv' Day 35 Junior .Light Bulb Sale 35 Intramural Basketball 35 Iuture Iloine I'llilliCl'S of xlinerica 45 liilce Ili-felle Staff 45 Iloat Committee 4. BAY l3i'ARsors l5I.i'i'oN Band I, 2, 35 Diyersified Occupations 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. ELIZARETII ANNE lTlf'IlIllQI.L Band l, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 45 Intraniural Basltrtliall I, 25 liutuit' Teachers of America 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 'lag Day 3, 45 ,Allied Youth I5 Booster Club 15 Junior-Senior llonors 25 Prom Committee 35 l'lo.it Committee 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. VVILLIAIXI I-IJIIONIAS Fiiiuu II Diversified Occupations 4. l.LEXVliLI.YN FIRE Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 35 Sportsmanship Xxyartl I. 2, 35 Tag Day 3, 45 Keyette Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Oflitcr 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Float Committee 45 llroin Committee 2. 35 Stunt Night l, 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 .Xllienl South I5 B +i-i str-1 Club 15 Fike Ili-Zette Staff 35 Editor of Business Staff of .Xccoi ini 41 Senior Superlative 45 Junior ,Light Bulb Sale 35 lfloat Committee 45 Class Night Speaker 45 llonor Day 3, 4. BlARY Jo Fuwcn Band l. 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Float Committee 3, 45 Future Teachers of .Xmerica 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 'lag Day 3, 4: Booster Club 15 Bmliogruiiz Beportcr 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Stu Ilcnt Council 45 Flower Committee 45 lieyette Club 45 Stunt Night 4. PEGGY JOYCE FISII Band l, 2, 35 Stunt Night l, 2, 35 Ilomeroom Officer l, 2, 35 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 35 Future Teachers of .America 3, 4, Officer 35 lieyctte Club 3, 4, Officer 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Tag Day 3, 45 Booster Club I5 Prom Committee 2, 3, Chairman 35 Student Council Nominating Com Inittee 35 Junior-Senior Honors 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Scholastic Recognition Banquet 35 Filte Ili-Zette Representative 35 Future llome- makers of America 45 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Senior Superlatiye 45 Flower Committee 45 National llonor Society 4. SAIWINIY KAY IZLUVVEIIH . . . , Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. DETSY JANE FORBES Band I, 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2. 3: Keyette Club 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Honor Day 3, 45 Booster Club l5 Junior-Senior llonors 25 llonieroom Officer 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future Ilomemakcrs of America 45 Float Committee 4. X7ERNON JACKIE FREEIXIAN Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Diversified Occupations 4. EDWARD EARL PULFORD llonor Day Award l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball l. 2, 3, 45 lrlotneroom Officer l, 2, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 45 Tag Day 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 35 Basketball 15 Slunt Night 35 Float Conunittee 45 Mascot Committee 4. FRANKLIN JERORIE CTALLOXVAY Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 llonor Day l. 2, 3, 45 lloineroom Officer 1, 2, 35 Blonogram Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 2. IIENJANIIN FRANKLIN CJLOVER JB. Band 'l, 2, 3, 45 Tag Day 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 liey Club 4. IJUROTHY LYNN CTLUVEH Band l, 2. 35 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Prom Committee 2. 35 Tag Day 3, 45 Booster Club I5 Iloineroom Officer 25 Junior Senior Ilonors 25 Bzuliogrnnz Reporter 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Iutuie Business Leaders of America 45 Future Ilomemakers of .Xmerica 45 Senior Super latiYe 45 Keyette Club 45 Stunt Night Court 4, JANICE FA Y Ii CiI.OVER l, 2, 3, 45 lag Day 35 l5uture llomeinakers ot .Xinerua 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. Band STANLEY I lARoI.D Conwix Band l, 2, 3, 45 Drum Rlajor 45 Ilomeroom Officer I. 3. 4: Flag Day 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Future Business Leaders of Xmerica 45 Stunt Night 35 Class Night Speaker 45 Stunt Night CofCh.iirm.m 4: Stunt Night Court 4. EDNA FLORENCE CSUOODVVIN Band I, 2, 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4: Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3: Prom Cominitttee 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Tag Day 2, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: VVays and Means Com- mittee 4: Business Staff of ACCOLADL 4. lXfl1LLARD FRANCIS GRIFFIN Transferred from Asheville 3: Key Club 3, 4. C4ARLAND DRAPER HALE JR. Band I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3, JACK ARTHUR IlANCHRow Football I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: 'Monogram Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Booster Club I: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Key Club Convention 2, 3, 4: Steering Committee 2: Prom Committee 2, 3: Student Council I. 2: Float Committee I. 2: Tag Day I, 2: Boys' State 3: Wlays and Means Committee 4: Stunt Night Master of Ceremonies 4. KIENNETII IRALPH I-IABIIELL Band I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Tag Day 3. 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Float Committee 4: Bus Driver 4. JOHN ALLEN llARIIIiLI. Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3: Diversified Occupations 3. LESTER BAY FIAFIRIS Transferred from Jacksonville 3: Prom Committee 3: Science Club 4: Spanish Club 4. REGINALD VVOODROVV FIARRISON JR. Football I, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4: Board of Direc- tors 2: Homeroom Officer I: Float Committee 3, 4: Butliogmitz Repre- sentative 2: Prom Committee 2, 3: Scholastic Becfrgnition Banquet 3: Class Officer 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Science Club 3, 4. Officer 3: lllildacres Representative 3: Filte Ili-Zette Reporter 3: Mono- gram Club 4: Wlays and Ricans Committee 4: Senior Superlative 4: Na- tional Honor Society 4, Officer 4: Stunt Night Court 4. JEAN ABBITT HARRISS Band I, 2, 3, 4, blajorette 3, 4: Intramural Basketball I, 2. 3. 4: Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Future Ilomemakers of America 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 3: Booster Club l: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Keyctte Club 3, 4: Ilonor Day .Xyvard 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Student Council Nominating Committee 2: Tag Day 3. 4: Steering Committee 2: Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Business Staff of JXCCOLADE 4: Stunt Night Court 4. XZIRGINIA ANN HAYES Band I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 4: Prom Committee 2. 3: Intramural Basketball l, 2: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Scholastic Recognition Banquet 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: llomcroom Officer 4: Editorial Staff of ACCOLAIJE 4: National Honor Society 4. -JOHN FREDERICK IIoLLiNo",woRTII Football I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4, Officer 4: Tennis 3, 4: Ilomeroom Officer I, 2, 3: lllonograin Club 3, 4: Student Council I, 4: Class Officer 4: Senior Supe-rlative 4: Stunt Night Court 4. PEGGY JEAN HONEYCUTT Band I, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 3, 4, Head 4: Tag Day I, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Representative 2, 3: Student Council Nominating Committee I. 2, 3: Float Committee 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2. 3: Intramural Basket- ball 2: Steering Committee 2: Future Ilomemakers of America 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Boosters Club I: Homeroom Officer I, 2: Stunt Night 3, 4: Ilonor Day 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Keyette Club 3, 4: French Club 3: Newspaper Nominating Commitee 3: Junior-Senior I-Ionors 2: Future Business Leaders of .Xmerica 4: Iiclitorial Staff of ACCOLADE 4: Class Night Speaker 4: Stunt Night Court 4. PATRICIA ANN HORNE Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4: Keyette Club 3, 4, Officer 4: Board of Directors 3: Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4: Class Ofhcer 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4: Future Teachers of .America 3, 4: Ilomeroom Officer I: Stuclen' Council 4, Officer 4: Homecoming Sponsor 4: Junior Senior Honors 2: Tag Dub' 3, 4: Prom Committee 2. 3: Float Committee 2, 3, 4: Baud l. 2, 3: Choir 4: Office .Xssistant 4: Ilonor Day 2, 3, 4: lllilitll' Light Bulb Sale 3: Booster Club I: Senior Superlative 4: Stunt Night Court 4. JLIDITII CARoL LIOVVARD Band I, 2, 3. 4: Choir 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 4: Tag Day 3: Ifuture Ilomc- makers of America 3: Prom Committee 3: Future Business Leaders of America 3: Float Committee 3. Jo ANN JAcItsoN Band I, 2, 3: Stunt Night I, 2, 3: Tag Day 3, 4: Float Committee 3, 4: Booster Club l: Librarian's Assistant 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Intramural Basketball 3: Future Teachers of America 3: Future Homemakers of America 4: Fila' Ili-Zetie Staff 4. I42l DENNIS IRICPIARD JAYNES Band I, 2, 3, 4: Tag Day 3: Booster Club I: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Science Club 4: Float CoInmit'ee 4: Electrons Club 4: Stunt Night 4. BARBARA ALICE JENKINS Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Keyette Club 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: Nominating Committee Student Council 2, 3: Class Officer 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3: Honor Day .lwarcl I, 3, 4: Float Cflltlltiiltee 3, 4: Marshal I: Steering Committee 2: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Scholastic Becognition Banquet 3: Dramatics Club 3: Future Business LCHCIEYS ef A1T1CfiCH 49 THE DHY 3. 4: Science Club 4: Editorial Staff of .XCCOLADE 4: Stunt Night Court 4. VVILLIAIVI FIOVVARD JERIVIAN JR. Band I, 2: Prom Committee 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Diversified Occupations 4. VVINIFRED ANN Joivie Prom Committee 2: Junior Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4. CHARLES BERNARD JONES Golf 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Football 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. EDWARD GRovER JONES Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Ilonor Day I, 2, 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Prom Commit- tee 3, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. JAMES Bl.-XRTIN JONES Band I, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night I, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Elec- trons Club 4. XVALTEII XZANN JONES From Committee 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 3: Tag Day 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 4: Science Symposium 3: Scholastic Becogni- tion Banquet 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Hoinerooin Officer 4: Key Club 4: Float Committee 4: Senior Superlative 4: Editorial Staff of ikCCOLADE 4: Class Night Speaker 4: National Honor Society 4: Stunt trons Club 4, LARRY RICHARD JOYNER JR. Band I, 2, 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Diversified Occupa- tions 4. LINA JANE JOYNEII Stunt Night I, 2. 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball I. 2, 4: Float Committee 3, 4: Honor Day Award 3, 4: Keyette Club 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Officer 4: Stu- dent Council 3, 4: Future Horncmakers of America 3, 4: Tag Day 3, 4: Student Council Nominating Committee 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Choir 2: Future Teachers of America 4: Newspaper Naming Commit- tee 3: Future Teachers of America 4: hlajorette 4: Filet' Ili-Zette Staff 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Stunt Night Court 4. ROBERT GAY JOYNER Baseball 2, 3: Band I: Prom Committee 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. SELBY CRAIG JOYNER Baseball I: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Diversified Occupa- tions 4. BIARGARET BEATRICE JUSTICE Band I, 2: Prom Committee 2, 3: Intramural Basketball I: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of .Xmerica 4: Future Ilomemakers of .Xmerica 4. KENNETII lJURVVOOD KENNEDY JR. Colf 2, 3, 4: Honor Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Tag Day 3, 4, Chair- 111311 4: Science Club 3. 4: Ilomeroom Officer 2. 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Student Council I, Scholastic Becognition Banquet 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Football I: Stunt Night I: Booster Club I: Vllays and Means Committee 4: Editorial Staff of IXCCOL.-KDE 4: Class Night Speaker 4: National Ilonor Society 4: Stunt Night Court 4. BILL KIIXIBROUGH JR. Transferred from Maxton 4. BRENDA GALE KING Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night I, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4: Fike Ili-Zutte Representative 3, 4: Cheerleader 4: Home room Officer 3: Tag Day 3: Future Teachers of America 3: Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3. IJENNIS CECIL LAMM Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Prom Committee 2: Di- versified Occupations 4. JANICE ELIZABETH LAMM Band 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 33 Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Officer 43 Float Committee 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 43 Booster Club 13 Kcyette Club 43 Stunt Light Night 33 Science Club 43 Scholastic Recognition Banquet 33 Junior Bulb Sale 33 National Honor Society 4, Officer 4. ELIZABETH NTARY ANN LANE 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Intramural Basketball l, 23 Junior Bulb Band Light Sale 33 Future Homemakers of America 43 Tag Day 3. THELMA AvoN LAYTON Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Booster Club TJ Future Homemakers of America 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Tag Day 33 Home' room Officer IJ Float Committee 33 Rmliogrmn Reporter 2. JEAN CAROL LEWIS from Danville, Va, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Intramural Basket- Prom Committee 2, 33 Tag Day 2, 33 Future Teachers of Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Homemakers Transferred ball 2, 33 America 43 of America 43 Homeroom Officer 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3, Co-Chair- mang Float Committee 4g Editorial Staff of ACCOLADE 43 Stunt Night C0-Chairman 4J National Honor Society 43 Stunt Night Court 4. JLIDITH AURELIA LIVELY Band 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Future Teachers of America 43 Intramural Basketball 23 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Float Committee 43 National Honor Society 4. ALICE LouR1GE MARooN Transferred from Notre Dame High School 4g Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Float Committee 43 Keyette Club 4. lVlINNIE JEAN lVlARTIN Prom Committee 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 13 Library Club 13 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3J Booster Club 13 Tag Day 3. RAMONA GAYLE lVlASSENGILL Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Float Committee 3, 4J Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 3, 43 Tag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. WINNIE ELAINE MASSENGILL Choir 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. EIVIMA LOUISE lVlATTHEWS Band 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Business Leaders of America 4J Tag Day 33 Prom Committee 23 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. ELIZABETH lX'1ClVlILLAN Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4J Band 1, 2, 33 Cheerleader 1, 2, 43 Keyette Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Officer 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Booster Club 13 VVays and Means Committee 43 Homecoming Sponsor 43 Wildaeres Representative 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Stunt Night Court 4. EDWARD RAY MEEKS Bus Driver 3. RALPH DOUGLAS MERCER Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Tag Day 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Bus Driver 3, 43 Electrons Club 43 Stunt Night 4. ANNE KAY lN'1ILES Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Future Homemakers of America 43 Stunt Night 4. DAISY ANNE lXf1ILLARD Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Tag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3J Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. GEORGE ERIGR BKTINSCHEW Bend l, 2, 33 Tag Day 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA CAROLYN lX'lINK Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 43 Tag Day 1, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 4g Student Council IJ Booster Club 13 Junior-Senior Honors 23 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 43 Co-Editor of Fike Hi-Zette 43 Honor Day 43 Scholastic Recognition Banquet 33 Class Night Speaker 43 National Honor Society 4. PAUL JACKSON MooRE lR. Junior Light Bulb Sale 3J Future Business Leaders of America 33 Bus Driver 3J Tag Day 4J Homeroom Officer 4. JAMES ALFRED MORGAN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4J Monogram Club 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Tag Day 33 Homeroom Officer 3. I4-'31 TJENNIS LYNN Al0l1lllS Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Prom Cornrnittw 2, 33 'lag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Monogram Club 43 llonor Day l, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 3. SHIRLEY l-ouIsI5 ATOIIRIS Band l, 2, 3, 43 Future lloineinakers of ,Mncrica 43 Prom ionnnittw' 2 Tag Day 3. CiA11Y lNlIiAL Transferred from Slireycport, Louisiani 4. PATRICIA NTAVIS NIJAL Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Tag Day 3, 43 lfuture Business Leaders of .kl'l'IL'TlLLl 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Bmliogruni Reporter 23 llffblll Commit tee 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Student Council l, 3. CLALIDIA VIRGINIA NEwr:oIyfI Ii Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Choir 3, 4. LINDA FAYE lXlEWCOlVlll Choir 2, 3, 43 Jlllllfll' Light Bulb Sale 3. RONNIE LEONARD NIxoN Prom Committee 2, 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Booster Club li Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Float Committee 43 Future of America 4. French Club 3: Business Leaclcrs JOSEPH RANDOLPH NLINNERY JR. Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. GEORGE ARTHUR CJAKEY Band l, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 Future Business Leaders of .'Xl11Cl'1C2l 4. DEWEY BENTON OVERMAN ll Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Stunt Night 3, 43 Honor Day Award 123 Tag Day 33 lfilcv Hi-Zvtte Reporter 33 Junior Light Bulb S le 3. PATRICIA LANE CJVERIWAN Librarian Assistant 23 Prom Committee 23 Tag Day 33 Intramural Basket- ball 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. FREDERICK lX'lALlRICE CJVVENS Transferred from Sanford 33 Band 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Stunt Night 3, 43 Science Club BJ Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. TJFRWARD CTOPELAND PARKER Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. ClATHERlNE MGIVER PEAGIIGR Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Band l, 2, 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Float Come Init ee 3. 4' French Cllllh 3. Officer 33 Booster Club 1: Junior Senior Honors 23 Bulb Sale America 33 Keyette Club 43 Senior Superlative 43 Business Staff of Ac- COLADE 43 Intramural Basketball 23 Prom Committee 2, 33 Junior Light 33 Future Teachers of America 33 Future Homeinakers of Stunt Night Court 4. VVILLIAM BALLARD PERRY Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 43 Honor Day 1, 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night l, 2, 33 Band l, 2, 3J Key Club 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 23 Basketball l, 23 Prom Committee 2, 3J Float Committee 2, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Tag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 lylonogram Club 4: Senior Superlatiyc 43 Stunt Night Court 4. DAVID LEONARD PITTIXIIAN Band I3 Science Club 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. RCJSALIND BRYAN PITTNIAN Booster ClLIb I3 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night l, 2, 33 Band l, 2, 3, 43 llomerootn Officer 2, 43 Keyette Club 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3. 4: Future lloinemakers of America 3, 4, Officer 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 43 Student Council 13 Steering Coinmittee 2: Class Night Speaker 43 National Honor Society 43 Prom Coininittee 2, 31 Scholastic Recognition Banquet 33 Marshal 33 Junior-Senior Honors 23 Honor Dew Awarl 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3' Tag Day 33 Science Club 43 Editorial Staff of .'XCGOI,ADE 4: YVays and Kleans Committee 4: D. TX. R. Good Citizen Award 43 Motto Committee 43 Senior Superla- tire 4. BETTY JEAN POPE Choir 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2. 33 Future Homemakers of America 3, 43 Library Club 13 Tag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Float Committee 4. RUBY EDITH PoI'TIIREss Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Tag Day 3, 43 IntramuI'al Basketball l: Prom Corn' mittee 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Choir 43 Future Hoinemakers of America 4. LARRY SHELTON PRICE Band 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee 23 Tag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Diversified Occupations 4. LULA DANIEL PRIDGEN Cheerleader l. 2, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Keyette Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: litiiliognizii Reporter 1: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Spanish Club 3: Tag Day 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3: Future llomemakers of America 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Student Council 4: Booster Club 1: Float Committee 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Business Staff of ACCOLAIJE 4: Stunt Night Court 4. DIARY ELIZABETII PRIDGEN Band 1, 2, 3: l'uture Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 4: Prom Com' Inittce 2: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Hotnemakers of America 4: liloat c3tllI11I'llIICC 4. PAUL EDWARD PRIDGEN Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: lXIonOgram Club 2, 3, 4: Home- room Officer 2, 3: Key Club 3, 4: Stunt Night 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 4. BILLY LINWOOD RADFORD Bus Driver 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Band 1. ELsIE LAVKJNNE IRAPER Transferred flI'4ll'l1 Baker High 2: French Club 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3: Future Business Leaders of Ainerica 4. BIRGER ISRISTIAN XAIERGIZLAND RASINIUSSEN VII Stunt Night 1, 2, 4: From Committee 2. 3: Colf 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Tag Day 3, 4: llonor Day Award 3, 4: Float Committee 3, 4: Ilomeroom Officer 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Key Club 4. CLENDA ANN RAY French Club 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Choir 2: Stunt Night 2: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Future Homemakers of America 4. VVILLIAM RAYMOND REDDING JR. Stunt Night 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Float Committee 4: Diversified Occupations 4. CARL BROVVN RENFRO Key Club 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Golf 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Tag Day 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Scholastic Recognition Banquet 3: National Honor Society 4. FFONIIWIE ROMER RILEY Band l: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Bus Driver 4: Diversified Occupations 4. RIILDRED LOUISE ROBERTS Tag Day 3: Choir 4: Future Homemakcrs of America 4. PRISCILLA ANNE ROBERTSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Blajorette 3, 4: IIoInerooIn Officer I, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Honor Day 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Float Connnittee 3, 4: Keyette Club 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4: Booster Club l: Bmliogrtmi Representative 3: Junior Senior Honors 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Science Club 4: Nominating Committee 3: Business Staff of ACGOIJYDE 4: Senior Superlative 4: Color Committee 4: Stunt Night Court 4. REBECCA JOANNE ROGERS Dean of Cirls Assistant 2: Prom Committee 2: JIInioI' Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3: Office Assistant 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4: National Ilonor Society 4. ANN BlAR1E ROGERS Ilomeroom Officer l, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3: Choir 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Future Homemakers of America 4. lJENNIS STANLEY ROGERs Transferred from blaryland 3: Band 3: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Prom Committee 3: Science Club 3: Nominating Committee 3. HENRY IIESTER ROGERS Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: hlonogram Club 2, 3, 4: IIonor Day l, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Key Club 3, 4: hlarshal l, 3: Senior Superlative 4: Stunt Night Court 4. RUTII LJAROLYN RUCKER Band I, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: From Committee 2, 3: Honor Day 3, 4: School Store Co-Manager 3, 4: Booster Club 1: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Scholarship Recognition Banquet 3: Future Home- makers of America 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Float Com- mittee 4. JENNIE QZRAY RUEEIN Prom Committee 2: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Choir 4: Future Business Leaders of America 3: Future Ilomemakers of America 3. l3ANl1iL VVILBERT SASSER JR. Prom Committee 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Tag Day 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Band 1, 2. i441 LINDA GAIL SAULS Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Band 1: Booster Club 1: Badiogram Reporter 2: Float Committee 3: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Homeroom Officer 1: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. lVIAR1LYN lVlOORE SEBURN Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 1, 2: Tag Day 3, 4: Float Committee 3, 4: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Keyette Club 4: Majorette 4: Pike Hi-Zette Representative 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Booster Club 1: Honor Day Award 3, 4. JANET RUTH SHEPARD Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4: Prom Com- mittee 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4: Tag Day 3, 4: Scholastic Recognition Banquet 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Nominating Committee Student Council 3: Choir 4: Editorial Staff ACCOLADE 4. IVIARY LOU SHINN Transferred from Pennsylvania 4: Fik? IIifZet'1e St:-B 4. RIARGARET ANN SIIWONS Band 1, 2, 3: Keyette Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Senior Honors 2: Prom Committee 2, 3, Chairman 2: Stunt Night 1, 3, 4, Honor Day Award 2, 3, 4: Future Ilomemakers of America 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Homecoming Sponsor 4: Senior Superlative 4: Homeroom Of- ficers 1. 3: Nominating Committee 3: Yearbook Naming Committee 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 2, 3, 4: Achievement Banquet 3: National Honor Society 4: Stunt Night Court 4. VVILLIAM PARRISII SIMs JR. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Day 1, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2: Monogram Club 3, 4: Booster Club l: Stunt Night Court 4. REBECCA ROSE SKINNER French Club 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3: Prom Commit- tee 2: Future Teachers of America 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4. RITA SRINNER Band 1, 2, 3: Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: Future Home- makers of America 4: Tag Day 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Float Com- mittee 4. FRANK i-IlHO1VlA'S SIVIITH Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Tag Day 3, 4: Baseball 1: Key Club 4: Float Committee 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. JANE LORICE SMITII Prom Committee 2, 3: Booster Club 1: Intramural Basketball 2: Float Committee 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: French Club 3: Tag Day 3: Choir 4: Fike Hi-Zerte Staff 4: Stunt Night 4. JEAN ELIZABETH SMITII Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Tag Day 3: Prom Committee 3. LINDA LOU SNIITH Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marshal 1, 2, 3, Chief 3: Honor Day 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 4: Tag Day 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Choir 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Float Committee 4: National Honor Society 4. DIARY LEE SMITH Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: Choir 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. BEATRICE IRENE SPEIGHT Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Prom Committee 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3. DIARY LOUISE STEWART Intramural Basketball 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. JAIVIES HARVEY STRICKLAND Baseball Manager 2, 3, 4: Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: Basket- ball 2: Monogram Club 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3. VIRGINIA IJEAN SULLIVAN Boosters Club I: Homeroom Officer 2: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Future Business Leaders of America 3: Future Teachers of America 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day 3: Intramural Basketball 3. PEGGY JOYCE TAYLOR Choir 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Officer 4: Band 1: Homeroom Officer 1: Tag Day 3: Prom Com- mittee 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. BARBARA LYNNE 1-l1LlRNliR Bantl 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 13 Prom Cotnmittee 2, 33 Fttture Teachers of America 3, 43 Tag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Fttture llomemakers of America 43 Future Business Leaders of America 4. CTERALD PAYE TURNER Band 1, 2, 3, 43 1i1ec.rons Clttb 1, 23 Float Committee 3, 43 Tag Day French Club 3, 43 Tag Day 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Fike Ili-Zane Staff 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Fttture llomemakers ol America 43 Future Teachers of America 4. lVlANNIE GENE TURNER Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Prom Committee 23 Diversified Occupations 43 Bus Driver 4. SIDNEY LlHESLEY TURNER Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Electrons Club 1, 2, 43 Float Committee 3, 43 Tag Day 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 43 Nominating Comtnittee for Student Council 23 Track 23 junior Light Bulb Sale BJ Prom Committee 33 Key Clttb 43 Science Club 4. ROLAND ALTON TYNDALL Junior Light Bulb Sale 3J Bus Driver 4. FLORENCE DE Lois TYSON Band 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Prom Committee 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Tag Day 33 Future Homemakers of America 4, JO ANNE VARNELL Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Rarliogmm Representative 13 Prom Committee 23 Future Business Leaders of America 33 junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Tag Day 3. RONALD Vicic Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Bus Driver 4. DONALD FREDRIC WALSTON Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Day 1, 2, 3, 43 I-lomeroom Officer 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Band 1, 23 Booster Club IJ Prom Committee 23 I-ike Hi-Zette Reporter 1. HARRY LEE WALSTON Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Tag Day 3. W1LL1A.vt HAAKE WARD Transferred from Christ Church 33 llomeroom Oflicer 33 Science Club 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Basketball 33 M. C. Junior' Senior BJ VVays and llleans Committee 4, Chairman 43 Golf 43 Float Com- mittee 43 Honor Day Award 33 Class Officer 43 Stunt Night 4. HILDA CRAY WATSON Future Business Leaders of America 43 Library Assistant 43 Prom Com mittee 2, 3j Float Committee 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Hall Monitor 2. VVILLIANI EDWARD WATSON Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 43 Marshal 1, 2, 3, Chief 33 Band 1, 2, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 23 Nomination Committee 2, 33 Stu- dent Council 3, 43 French Club 3, OH'icer 33 ritrnor Day Award 1, 2, 3, 43 National lVIerit Scholarship Finalist 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale Chair- man 33 Float Committee 33 Key Club 43 Editor-in-Chief of AOCOLADE 43 Scholastic Recognition Banquet BJ Senior Superlative 43 National Honor Society 4, Officer 4g Stunt Night Court 43 Recipient of Angier B. Duke Scholarship 4. CLENDA ESTELLE WEBB Junior Light Bulb Sale 3. JACKIE GERALDINE WEBB Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Officer 43 Future llomemakers of America 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 13 Prom Committee 2, 33 Stunt Night 3g Tag Day 3, 43 Nominating Committee 2, 3g Student Council 33 Scholastic Recognition Banquet 33 VVays and Means Commit- tee 43 Business Staff ACCOLADE 43 National Honor Society 4J Keyette Club 4. SANDRA LOUISE XVEBB Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Booster Club 13 Tag Day 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Future Business Leaders of America 4g Future Homemakers of America 4, MARY LOUISE WESTPHAL Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of America 4g Future Homemakers of America 43 Fike Hi-Zette Staff 43 Tag Day 4g Booster Club 13 Float Committee 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Honor Day Award 4. WARREN lVlAR'I'IN VVHITEHURST JR. Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Prom Committee 33 Fttture Business Leaders of America 33 Tag Day 4. JOAN CAROL WHITLEX' Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Tag Day 2, 33 Intra- mural Basketball l, 23 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Choir 43 Float Committee 3: Stunt Night 3, 43 Fike I-li-Zette Stal-f 43 Student Council Represenative 23 Honor Day Award 33 Junior Ligh Bulb Sale 3. 1451 81111111-IY ANN1i l'Vtit't't.t1Y Librarian Assistant 13 Jtlnior Light Bulb Salt' 33 'lag Day '13 Ullnt' ,Ks sistant 43 luturt- lloinetnaltt-rs of America 43 ltttttrt- Business lt-.iilrrs ol America 4. LiliO1iCli'fhNN1i VV11.1.ARo Band 1, 2, 3, 43 iylajorcttc 3, 43 lieyctlc Clttb 2, 3, 43 Prom Cotnrnitti-tg 2, 33 llonor Day Award 3, 43 Junior-Senior llonors 23 Intramural liaslwt ball 1, 23 Booster Clttb 13 future Tcaclicrs ol' .Xnicrita 4, 43 Science C lub 33 Scholastic Recognition Banquet 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Junior light Bulb Sale 33 Float Committee 43 Spanish Clttb 3, 43 .Xttottnt lditoiial Staff 43 National llonor Society 4, Officer 4. BROOKS BTONROE VVll.L1AlX'lS Football 1, 23 Track 2, 33 Tag Day 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 llonoi Day Award l, 2. JOELDA ANN VVtLLtAMs Band 1, 2, 3, 43 'lag Day 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4. JOHNNY lX'lAC VVILLIAIYIS Band 1, 2, 33 Basketball 23 Tag Day 33 Diversified Occupations 4. BILLY EUGENE VVILLIAMSON Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 23 llall Monitor 23 'lag Day 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Stunt Night 33 Bus Driver 4. BlARGARET ANN VVtLL1Aix1sON 1'uture llotnemakers of .ltncrica 43 Choir 2, 3. SYLVIA ELAINE VVILLIAIWSON Band l, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Fttture Teachers ol America 3, 43 Booster Club 13 Tag Dayf 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Filet' Hiflette Staff 43 llloat Cominittee 43 School Store Assistant 43 Future llomemakers of .Xtncrica 43 Fttture Business Leaders of America 43 Sttint Night 4. PATRICIA CLARK VVILSON Band 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Float Committee 33 llomt-room Officer 1, 33 Intramural Basketball 3, 43 Future Business Leaders ot .Xmerica 3, 43 Stunt Night 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Booster Club 13 Tag Day 33 Future llomemakers of America 43 Editorial Staff of At:- OOLADE 4. SIDNEY JEAN VVILSON Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Sttint Night 1, 2, 3, 43 Rutliogrrou Reporter 23 Nlajorcttc 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Future Homemaltcrs of .Xmerica 33 Student Council 33 Homeroom Officer 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Tag Day 3, 43 Senior Superlative 43 Future Bttsiness Leaders of America 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Keyette Clttb 43 Stunt Night Court 4. CANITHE BRYAN VVOOD Prom Committee 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: Tag Day' 3. DENNIS VVOOD Junior Light Btilb Sale 33 Future Business Leaders of America 4. GEORGE IVEY lR7OODALL JR. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Day' Award 23 Basketball Manager 23 Stunt Night 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Booster Club 13 Allied Youth 13 Tag Day 3g Future Business Leaders of America 43 Science Clttb 43 ,Xc- C'OI.AD1i Photographer 4. LEIGH CEDRIC VVOODALL JR. Booster Club 13 Science Club 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Tag Day 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Football 3, 4: Key' Club 3, 43 Board of Directors 43 1Vay's and Means Committee 4. JERRY CLEON VVOODARD Tag Day 3, 43 Honor Day Award 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Science Symposium 3 Scholastic Recognition Banquet 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Sttint Night 33 Spanish Clttb 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Rey' Club 4: Iltlitorial Staff of ACCOLADE 43 National Ilonor Society 4. lNlARY HADLEY VFOODARIJ Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 2. 33 Stunt Night 2, 33 Junior-Senior Ilonors 23 Tag Day' 3. 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Booster Club 13 Spanish Clttb 3, 43 Future 'lcachcrs of America 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 43 Float Committee 43 lseyettc C lttb 4: Business Staff of ACCOLADE 4. JAlN'IES KENNETH NVOODRUFP Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster Club lg Radiogmm Representative 1, 23 Prom Committee 2, 3: S unt Night 2, 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: '1 ag Day 3, 43 Science Club 43 Fike Hi-Zette Staff 43 Key Club 43 Class Night Speaker 43 Senior Superlative 43 Stunt Night Court 4, SIBIEON f1.UGUSTUS XVOOTEN 'R. Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Club 3, 43 Tag Day' 33 Junior light Bulb Sale 31 Monogram Club 43 Prom Committee 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Siunt Night Court 4. 'Q 1 , Best Dressed DCDTTIE GLOVEP. AND -IIMIXIY ALFORD UPERLATIVES ZX? W Most Popular PA'1mc11,x IIORNE AND IJONNIE CRABTREE Best Looking PRISCILLA ROBERTSON AND FREDDIE PIOLLINGSWORTH v .A:3,,y.y. ie , 5 4 K , , A Q x X N 1, S ? ix 1 Q 3 " x fyf f f 9 I f-N gl" Hiczzflliest K1'l"I'X' PEACOCK AND KENNETH WWCJCJDRLIFF UPERLATIVES , A in W ,ffgx 445, MQ 567 113, ,fi V, xxx, X AIOS1' Athletic L1.EwE1,I.x'N PIKE AND IIENRY ROGERS Aiost Depwzdable PEGGY JOYCE FISH AND EDDIE FULFORD M A R S H A LS MASCOTS "PAM" BROOKS CLAY MARKLIN CLASS COLORS Red and White CLASS FLOVVER Talisman Bose CLASS MOTTC "We'll find a way or make one Seated: Betty Matthevxfs, La Verle Pittman, Barbara Newton, Bonnie Baines, lXla1'y Craves. Smmiing: llenry Bogers, Emma Lu Bullard, vljllllillll Butts, Faye Saunders, lohn Briclgers, Rosalind Pittman, Billy Watsoii-cllief, Linda Smith-clzief, Carlton Belancl. E491 OFFICERS President STANCIL BARNES Vice-President NEEDHAM VVARD Secretary PATSY POWELL Treasurer MARY r1wH0lX'IAS XR7ARD, Tuomms, POVVELL. BARNES JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AIJVISERS Miss LOUISE FIRE MRs. NIARY FLEIXIINU Miss QTLYDE HUNIER MR. IIAROLD LAMA1 A1188 Lu CDVEITIUN MR. IYURMAN Puma MRs. ,IEAN VIAIIOMAS A1188 IDORIS rI'IIORNE MR. W11.1.1AA1 VVEIR VIQHORNE, PULK, VVEIR, VVILLARD, Superintendent of City Schools TIIOLIAS, PIKE, HANCHROW, HUNTER, GVERTON, FLEMING, LAMM i ,,,, .,..., ..., , , ,. -WYEW ,, E EE Z , i I George Hackney Adams Marie Elizabeth Amerson Preston Bryon Askew Shelby Jean Askew Gonnor Owens Baker Janie Mae Baker Patricia Jane Baker Paul Douglas Barbour Winford Earl Barbour Barbara Jean Barefoot Gloria Myra Barker Alton Stancil Barnes Edward Gray Barnes James Fletcher Barnes Jerry Monroe Barnes Perry Delano Barnes, Jr. Richard Carlton Barnes John Barron Myrtle Linda Bass Richard VV'hitfield Bass Jo Ann Batts Bobbie Glenn Beamon Donnie Frederick Bean Garlton Leroy Beland Patricia Glyn Bell Elinor Jo Benton Henry Edwin Benton Gonnie Mack Bisette James Hillary Black Jenny Scott Blackman June Earle Boswell Mary Gatherine Boswell Melvin Gray Bowen Sherron Winstead Boyd James William Boykin Kenneth Stuart Boykin Leland Kanie Boykin William Boykin Jimmie Doolittle Brewer Joyce Fay Brewer Patricia Roland Bridgers Jessie Florence Brown JUNIORS 75 f f E511 GN ff' ....s..,w- M 1,4 nga-- at JUNIORS 521 Linda Elaine Bullin Dorothy Jane Bullock Jeannette Bullock Connie rlieriy Bunn james Franklin Bunn Charles Aycock Burt Betty Io Byrd -lim Thomas Carpenter jerry Thomas Carter Michael Davis Collins -Iudy Finch Cone james Neill Connor Betty .lane Cook Tassie ,lo Cortazzo Patsy Anne Creech Edwin Fulghum Crute Ceorge Richard Dail Charles Camp Daniel, Ill Ceorge Bay Davis Iames Cordon Davis, Jr. joyce Faye Davis Wade Kent Davis William Joseph Davis, Ill Linda Carol Dawson Bohert Edgar Deans, llarry Payton Delong lXlargaret Ann Delong Larry Moses Dew, lr. Xvayne Daniel DuBois lklary Elizabeth Dunn Carlotta Mae Easter Andrew Carr Edwards Linda Darlene Edwards Dixie Doorc Elliott Eddie Ellis james Russell Etheridge, lr Sandra Faye Etheridge lrma Jean Evans Iohn Lee Evans Claude McCullen Faulkner David Eugene Fernald Bessie Leroy Ferrell Brenda Carol Fields Janet Elaine Flowers Sally Barnes Forbes Katherine Steele Forehand Richard C. Fulghum, Larry Wendell Gage Nancy Lou Garnett Barbara Jean Godwin William Ralph Godwin Virginia Faye Grant Mary Virginia Graves Catherine Chandler Gregg William VVallace Griffin Zebulon Zachary Hadley, lll Jo Ann Herring James Donald High William Wilson High Elmer Lee Horne, Jr. Linda Ritch Irvin Gerald Brian Jomp Dolores Fay Jones Herbert Leaman Jones, Jr. Kenneth Lee Joyner John Timothy Kelly Theresa Joyce Kelly Betty Carol King John Douglas Lamm Millard Lamm William Thomas Lamm, III Catherine Rose Lane Frances Langley Beatrice Louise Lee Charles Henry Lee Jasper Whitfield Lee, Jr. James Phillips Lewis Betty Jean Lucas Robert Ray Lucas Ernest Franklin Mallard Robert Lee Martin George Elmer Massey Betty Ann Matthews Kinney Carson McKeel - 1? 93 "li"-v Quai' JUNIQRS E531 ,l 'hs gf 98' JUNIORS 1 X1 at X, QB XSWY X, X XX X Riffs sq' 15: 'A X an i541 Claude Allen Mercer, jr. Elmer Ray Mercer William Whitehead Mercer Mary Linda Miles Richard Allen Millinder Carolyn Ann Mills Lynda Paye Mitchell Sandra Kay Moore William Robert Moore Wade Douglas Morris james Dewey Moskos VVilliam Warren Murphy Linda Louise Murray ludith Kay Narron Barbara Lillian Newton Hattie Lou Newton Billy Carrole Nichols Carroll Deans Nichols Robert Leon Nichols james Ira Nixon Linda Lou Norville Philip Marshall Norville Wynona Ann O'Briant Georgia Mae Outland Brenda Flo Owen Harriet Marie Gwens jerry Garland Owens loanie Rae Parker Edna Earle Patterson llester Warren Phillips Paul Barringer Phillips, lr. Patricia Louise Pike Barbara lane Pittman Wanda LaVerle Pittman Nancy Aliene Pitts Patricia Anne Powell Wilson Hackney Powell Linda Lou Poythress Barbara lane Price Reba Melinda Pridgen Selby Franklin Pridgen Wanda Gail Pridgen Brenda Coley Proctor Lou Bonner Raines Emma Faye Reason Sara Jane Reid Glory Carolyn Robinson Thomas Isaac Rogers Carol Yvonne Sasser Frances Faye Saunders Ester 'lane Sawrey ,lo Linda Scott Alice Louise Shepard Louis Shinn, Jr. Bettie Marie Stokes ,lames Ralph Talton, lr. lkqiehael Carroll Taylor Eleanor May Temple Mary Michele Thomas Samuel Griffin Thompson Ronna Rene Thorne Loretta Ann Thorne Richard King Tillery Rebecca Louise Timberlake Rachel Ann Turner Dianna King Tyson Alton Braxton Vaughn Alton Kenneth Vick William Douglas Vick Hilery Nicholas Vick lohn Hardy Vick Richard Lee Vick Ann Louise Von Miller Arthur Ray Walston Dewey lVlacArthur VValston Ida Ruth Walston Needham Eldon Ward lo Ann Watson Patricia Reide Watson Dffie Tucker Weaver Ollie Gray Weaver Frances Hill Webb ,ludy Carol Webb Linda Carol Wells af-W ' ff ' Za, 'XYZ ':, ,X Vi 7 , 'vu lv AU' 4 , 74 ,'. A f' e X wig X XWQ JUNIORS l55l sWN" Q VOM ,--"""' --.lf WSW mfw ,,g,,J' JUNIORS Louis AlLll1l'Ul'Ll Barnes Linclu Blziloelg Kenneth Lueiun llriclgers Eliyuheth Dell Brown Uluines Rzindull Deans Thurinon Grunly Entinon ,ILINIURS NUI' PICI LIREIJ , , llorothy' Nvonne l'l'LlHlxS Qflnirles Eugene Grunt Millie fx. Moore VVillu1'cl M111-511111 Alllflllly Alvin Rui' Phillips 'liinmy Gray Sharpe Peter Guse Smith .Iohn llielas 'liew Donna Gail VVilliams lla Faye VVilliams john Doyle Vvillialns Sandra Lou Williuins l:l'lllllilC 'leroine VVillif01'Cl -luclith Gwendolyn Wilscnli Theresa Gail Wilscvii B111'lm1'11 Kay Vlfinsteacl .loan Ella Wlll1SfC21Cl AILIIQZITCI Louise VVinsteud Ruyinoncl Lee VVinsteaCl Wfilliznn Ray VVinsteucl illimlm Lieb VVitzl4e AlL1l'Qill'L'f Anne VVo.1cly Arthui' LeRoy Wfooten, ,lr Arlilffllll Ann Vvooten Carolyn Ann Wc11'1'ell ,lohn Zelqo, Donald Paul Thorpe Rachel An ne Turner Sihyl Giliee VVlllSfOl1 Pxohert Stuart VVilli111ns 1l 1 11111111 10111 ll1s 1111111 TlZlIllIt7SlS 1'oo111, H lJI'HCiH7', ,llflliflf girls, B111111111, lV111ste111i, 111111 ill. IDfZl-0lItS1,Sff1jf 1 1 w11, 111111 l,. lli7i11ste111l, tiULiiL'l'IfL' tl 111111 after school to 11111l1e 5111'e that 1110 1111111 CT 5111116111 l11 11111 1111111 11111111111 of Hol11'1'1 h. Iee1i'111'i11g111111ss:'111l1i11 Lill'L'CfOl'1' for 11115 1'L't'lV, t7 l7l'0jCCf of the F11t111'e 3115111935 1111 1 l 11 V 140111111134 of fl111c1'iea. S. 1311r11es, 1773851616111 of 1111' j1111111r c111sS, C17115 for 110'11111mti1111s for C0-C1l111I'1llC1I of ,111-S11 ll'1l11L' 13. 1911111011 5IGC1'6l'l11'j', 1111105 notes. JUNIORS SOUND FF 1111111013 51111111 111eir 0r1g1111111ty 113' using 11551105 111 11001111116 f1lU11' p1'i:e-111i1111i11g f111f11. Mrs. 15111111 IIHIZ' 011111111 111111115611 11111115 11111 11111 1lIl'IfU7'1l'11S. KV. Hum 111111 CQ Clrwgg ll'U1'1l 111113111141 111 111L' 1'1111 1'1'w11111 51111111111 1111' 111151311 111111111 Lf11l11L'. I 111111111 111111 S. 1311111, 1'11-1'1111111111'11, 1f1fI1l 111111111111 g11111111s 1111 1111 1l1L'll 111 11x1' 115 11 111011111 101' 1111' 111 11'.'S1'. lun 1.111 ,nan OFFICERS CIUBBERLY, HADGE, IIARRISS, VVEBB Presiclewt JACK I IADGE A Vice-President 'SABAH IIARRISS Secretary Treczszfrer DAVID WEBB SOPHOIVIORE CLASS OFFICERS ,AXDVISERS Mus. ELIZABETH BARNES MBS. ELLA BEAAION MBS. NIILDRED BULLARD Mn. KEITH ES-IEP Mus. ANNE CELOVER Miss V1Bc:1N1A KNOWLES MRS. .IANE LAUGHRIDCE Miss IIA1"r1E NCDBLE MBS. KATHLEEN PATTERSON Mn. CQILBERT ROSE ROSE, PATTERSON, NOBLE, BULLARD, ESTEP LAUGHHIDGE, KNOWLES, GLOVEP., BEAMON, BARNES -IUDY C-LIBBERLX' Mary Lou Abbot Anne Elizabeth Amerson Charles Morgan Bailey Elden Patricia Baker Elbert Franklin Balkcum lackie Carl Barfield joe Allen Barkley Grady Lee Barnes Laura Frances Barnes Minnie Lou Barnes Patricia Ann Barnes Rebecca Faye Barnes Robert Lee Barnes Roy Rawlings Barnes Shelton Ellis Barnes Iohn Richard Bass Richard Ray Batchlor Patsy Ruth Beasley Joseph Briggs Bennett Howard Stevens Benton Ierry Charles Bernstein Elizabeth Anne Bissette Lorna Starr Bissette Raymond Conner Bissettc Tyrus Raymond Bissette, Carl Joseph Blythe Valinda Lou Bobbitt janet Lavonne Bottoms Jesse Robert Boykin William Henry Boykin Wiley Rufus Brewer, jr. Zelma Lavonne Brewer Mildred Doris Brown Betty Jean Bunn Elizabeth Ann Bunn Ioseph Eagles Bunn Earleen Kay Carnahan ludy Carol Carpenter Mary Julia Champion Donald Edward Chockleth Mary Patricia Clark Iimmy Crey Cone SOPHOIVIORES ,. ,..,. '97"7' 3 ww- 'V 4 ' f ,Q if 4' , f' Q71 X f , i 9- 402 A 'V aww WD 6,1 l591 SOPHOIVIORES W, l50l Thomas Michael Connor Peggy Ann Cook Delores Cyson Corbett Josephine Crowder Judith Elaine Cubberley Andera Cale Cunningham Donnie Ray Cunningham James hflarshall Daniel, III Margaret Dianne Daniel Linda Faye Deans Donald Edward Decker Ceorge Edward Duke Charles Edward Dunn Donald Ray Durham John Lowery Eatmon Carolyn Frances Edmundsan lloward Thomas Edwards Judy Faye Edwards Richard Earl Ellis Virginia Lee Ellis Judy Carol Etheridge Judy Ruth Ezzell Frank Daniels Farmer, Jr. Charlotte Elizabeth Farris Larry ilihomas Felton VVillard Alston Ferguson llilder Ray Ferrell Alex Ray Forbes Sue Black Forbes Patricia Ann Frazier Robert Charles Fulcher Robert Carl Fulghum Sara Jane Gill Patricia Ann Cladson David Randolph Cricc Jack Hadge, Jr. Paul Frederick Hale Linda Faye Harrell Sarah Riddick Harris Robert Amos Hayes, Jr. Donnie VVayne Heath Donald Ray High Jackie Earl Ilill Joan Carolyn llall Graham Jackson llollanrl Jerry L. llollingsworth Naomi Jane llolt Charlie Jerry Howard Ramona Faye Howard John Dwight lludson Dennis Scott James Doris Faye Jenkins Richard Alan Jenkins Mary Frances Johnson Page Schoffner Johnson Phyllis Marcia Johnson Edward Wioodson Jones Gerald Alton Jones Jacquelyn Ann Jordan Robert Strong Jordan Benjamin Dardan Joyner, Jr. Linda Maureen Joyner Robert Earle Joyner Alfred Bryant Kelly Neal Bennett Kinney Ruth Ella Kringle Charles Cadmus Lamm, Ed Hardy Lamm Betty Ann Langley Julia Lynn Liggon Barbara Tucker Long Michael John Maclaga Jackie Gertrude Malpass James Albert Massengill, Jr. James Lloyd Matthews Julian David Matthews, Jr. Donald Hubert Mattox Douglas Stevenson McPhail Peggy Marie Meeks George W. Melchior, Jr. Ruby Warrell Mercer Raymond Earl Mercer Daniel A. Monroe, III David Marion Moody 459' 'N ip . -.' y W SOPHOIVIORES IS11 WH' My-if SOPHOIVIORES mai' if if X me A ffiihivf f' ,, up aw W4 A 4, , H521 lean Carol Moore Ronnie lloward Mooring William Haywood Newsome Cherrill Darlene Newton Brenda Faye Nichols Ruby Victoria Nichols Sally Harwell Nixon Bt-tsy Ross Norville loseph Cllen Noulles Patricia Ann Nunnery jeffrey Alen Qlsen Ethelene Outland Edythe Rae Cwens 'llhomas Edwin Page Bobby Ray Parker Martha Sue Pearson Barbara ,lean Petrorca Marion James Phelps Linda Lee Phillips Pansey Faye Pope ludy Faye Poythress Robert Ellis Quinn Elsie Lee Radford Arlene Esther Raper Sammie Jean Raper -lulie Marie Rasmussen Audrey Ray William Carson Renfrow, lr. Louis S. Richardson Mary Frances Richardson George W. Rickman, Ir. Sara Lynn Riley Alice Faye Rogers john W. Kermit Rogers, Ir. Mary Ellen Rose Dallas Dewey Rouse Steve William Sakas Shirley Libby Saleeby Gail Dianne Sauls Patricia Anne Seburn Charlie Ray Sharp Carolyn Sue Shiflett Iuanita Ann Shinglcton Ray Franklin Sholar joan Lee Sims Betty Joanne Skinner Leslie Wayne Skinner Phyllis 'Io Skinner Barbara Ann Stallings Kaye Gordon Stallings Barbara lean Staneil Delores Roselyn Stancil George Braxton Starling jackie Dianne Steele George William Stinagle Julius Bryant Stith Dorothy Louise Stokes Edna Louise Stokes Shirley Ann Stokes Lalah Kay Strickland Mary Ann Strickland Sam Glark Stronach -Ioyce Jeannette Summerlin Gene Arthur Taylor Marvin Willard Taylor Ralph Allison Temple Dottie Marie Thorne Leonard Michael Thorne Louis G. Tomlinson, Jr. james Ray Tomlinson james Marvin Turner, 'lr Robert joseph Turner Alvin Ray Tyndall Dorothy Sugg Vick George L. Wainwright Linda Gray Walston Nora Kathryn Ward Elizabeth Eugene Watsor James Gaston Watson David Maryland Webb 1 Kathryn Winborne Webb Iimmy Gilford Wells james Alan West Ervin Lee Wheller ,- " f 461 Kiki SOPHOIVIORES tern SOPHONIORES Roland Lee White Anne Louise Wiggins Robert Douglas Wilkerson ,ludith Peggy VVilliams Kenneth Mark Williams Linda Faye Williams Patricia Ann Williams Pmgmduh lo Williams Richard Alfred VVilliz1ms Shelby jean VVilliams Dorothy Carol VVilliumson George Roger Wimbon Patricia Ann Windham Sarnuel Edwin WllTSQGLlil -ludith Lynn Vvood lumes Franklin Wo.1dard William Moses VVoodurd, r. Server Lester Zelxo SOPHONIORES FIND A NEW 1 1o111o1t lmsl tilmll ff IIS ml t 111114 f 1 1411110 Mrs. femzetre Brooks serves ns cashier for the snack not mst 1 1 to111 I Il lille as other soplzonzores wait for hot plates. S0111o1110re e1zeer1e1111ers l111C1i11' 061.1151 tlzezlzselves 1 1 . 1 111 their new u101'1a' by ezzterirzg 67 float 111 t11e p11r11z1e. 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Hollingsworth, B. Perry, S. Wooten E. Fulford. Second row: P. Pridgen, E. Jones, D. Parker F. Smith, F. Galloway, Morgan, B. Sims, L. A. Bass QI. Hanchrow, D. Crabtree. Third row: C. Beland, L Horne, M. Collins, P. Barnes, N. Conner, Coach Marklin 1. Vick, C. Barnes, P. Askew, S. Thompson, W. Boykin Fourth row: E. Minschew, L. Woodall, C. Davis, D. Till ery, Bridgers, D. Morris, Bunn, B. Moore, A. Wooten A. Edwards, and K. Boykin. YVil11zi1zgto1z ami' Ufilson players SC1'f'l11ll7I8 for Mfil1llilI4QfO1I fmnlvlc. EXPLORE AND COIVIPETE E. Jlizzsclzeu' blasts out of snml 111111 skillfully us team mates notice lzis form. l69l I". Elliot pzzis nm' lmck up us lizrllffrfigs m1Iicign11u the rulwzlml. HL'flIl'IIflI!Lf sczziurx l7L'ifilI fL'lI1lf5 jfructiu' with lziqfz lzopv for ll szfcccssfzrl scusml. t. Mr. Paul hlarlalin, in his sec- ond year as head coach, has Con- tinued the sterling example of fine leadership that he has shown in the past six years. His Work with the physical education classes has put many of us in shape for our everyday duties. Mr. Bill Wei1', during his tenure at Vvilson, has greatly contributed to the success of our athletic pro- grain. llc commands the respect ol all with whom he comes in contact, COACH PAUL lXIARKL1N Corxeu BILL VVEIR COACH ClILBER'1' FERRELL Cl0ACH BILL EANES Mr. Gilbert Ferrell established himself as a capable head base- ball coach last season. He has also proved his ability as an assistant in other sports. Mr. Bill Eanes, in his second year, has shown himself to be a worthy addition to the coaching staff. He is admired and well liked by all who know him. l70l Bottom row: B. King, P. Powell, E. Mehlillan, P. Horne, A. Simons, L. Pridgen. Top low. F. VVehh, S. Bailey, Nlaseot B. Ubnnnell, ll. Hailey, ll. lillis. CHEERLEADERS 196 "We'x'e got a eoaehg we've got a yellg weve got a team that fights like-two hits, four hits, six hits, a dollarg all for VV'ilson stand up and holler." This expresses the enthusiasm and happy-go-lueky attie tude that those wonderful cheerleaders injected into our school spirit. Every one of them, with ir perpetual display of witty personality, was truly an honor to the position that she held. The mascot, Becky 0'Connell, looked on with adoring eyes as her big girl friends went through various ehants and rituals for the throngs of fans. They made us happy, they made us eheer, they made us boost the feelings of our teams to victory. Their eontrie butions are not to he taken lightly heeause they added the spark that made us win. JUNIOR VARSITY Hottouz row: Cuhherly. P. Sehurn. Trip row: I.. Stokes. S. Nixon, S. L. Riley. S. Porhes, C. XX ebb, S. llzirriss, lx. Stallings, P. XX indha 4 e r Z N , M f .Q mf .5 .V 4321 4 . A WG ,mf I, .gl -Q,M. . f J f Q QC 9 f ' , , IE s cf WA. 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'K 'Sn wi iii f fig .Qi f I ,4 1 if-,, wif y f fn, ,m- 1 nf' Q QQ' Q 1 X Q zyvwwg ?51 WW In ,, ,I --., W A '21 9 ll If I 'twig 6 :fwfr W KSQ F fit? if' xi, W K 4:1- r , -' J l DUCK! QW U i cdivlf e"m 'G Cfonelzes illarlzliiz ami Ferrell mia' time out to lzizfglz lwfore the gauze smris. SCOREBOARD VVilson 7 VVashington 6 Wlilson 35 Goldsboro 6 Ufilson 21 Raleigh I5 Wfilson 21 Kinston 0 KiVi l son O Du rham 7 Wlilson 56 New Bern O X'Vilson O Fayetteville 6 Willson 7 Vllilmington 6 Wlilson 13 Greenville 9 Wfilson 7 Rocky hlount 9 CYCS END SEASON WITH 7-3 RECORD As lioothall practice hegan in the middle oi' the most sultry month ol the summer, the Cyclone charges donned their war gear and made ready to protect their Eastern Conference Championship. The ahlc coaching stail looked forward to senior letterinen Calloway, Crahtree. Sims, Bass, Rogers, Alford, llanchroxv, llollingsworth. and VValston to carry the Cyc hopes through 1110 opening games. The hoys worked xery hard during those tiresome prefseason practices trying to whip themselves into a po- sition such that their good shape would offset the heavy graduation losses from the preceding years state co-cham- pionship team. By the time the lirst game rolled around, they had hee come proficient, hut overconiiclent, and harely squeaked hy with a 7f6 last-quarter touchdown victory over the Pain Pack of Vvashington. XVhen they resumed practice. they were not cocky over their win, hut settled clown for the game with Clolclshoro on Septeniher lli at Fleming Stadium. Their state ol mind paid off with a hig 356 win over the Earthquakes. ilihc next ohstaclc in the way was the Raleigh Caps, who, although heing highly touted, were heaten Qlfld with 111100 early touchdowns. VVhcn the liinston lied Devils came to Fleming Stadium on Oc' 1111101 2, the Cyclone liootlnall machine was roaring hot, and it easily handled them Qlefl. 'lihen came the 0111110 that everyone is sure to reinernher. The Uurham gitmc, scheduled for Uctoher 9, was 01111011 oil' after our team had arrived, hecause ol' inclement weather: it was reset for the next night. T110 Cyclones returned and, in the mud, were dclicated 70 hy the Bulldogs. The factors concerning this clelieat inspired the Cvcs to he really red E751 hot on 111011 next home appearance against New Bern. illhe Vvilson gridders hlastcd through the 11110 and made several fine 111155 receptions on Octoher 16 for this 56-O romp in the homecoming classic. On Qctoher 23 in the game against Fayetteville, the Cycs got down close to the enemy 011111 several times, hut were plagued hy fume hles, and 11151 in a great effort 6-O to the Bulldogs. A fired-up Cyclone team took the field on the next Friday 1110111 against New Hanover High of VVilmington. After falling hehind in the first half, the Cycs staged a second- hali comeback to carry a 7-6 win. Again VVilson Fell hehind in Greenville on November 6, hut, after the open' ing minutes, the Cvcs took command of the situation and ran out the 111110 for a 1349 victorv. Taking a week off from playing, they worked hard For the traditional clash with the Rocky Mount Blaekhirds. The game was hard-Fought hy both sides. hut the Blaekhirds kicked a devastating lastfperiod Field goal to net a 107 victory. This win took the coveted Shelton Looms trophy hack to Rocky Mount. Even though our Cyclones did not win the conference and the state championship, or have as good a record as they did last year, their 7-3 gridiron record was one of the hest in our conference. Every year it seems that, even though the Cyclones do not have the size of some of the other teams in this area, they have more than enough desire to meet the obstacles put before them. lt can hon- estly he said that the football team of Ralph L. Fike Senior lligh School reached the i'stratosphere" of accomplish- ment through hard work and the will to win. JUNIOR VARSITY The Junior Varsity team, ending their schedule with live consecutive victories, completed the season with a line record ol' six wins, two losses, and one tie. The -luclones got off to a bad start hy losing their first game to Rocky hlount hy a score of 21-6. ln the second game of the season, the luclones held the Il. Vfs to seven points, while scoring 1n the next game, Durham handed the of the season by a 19-6 score. The V. opposing Raleigh seven themselves. llucs. their last loss 's rebounded from the Durham loss hy running up their highest score of the season in defeating Kinston -11eO. The lueloncsi next game was with Goldsboro. In that game they tallied twenty-one points while yielding none. 1n a return match with Raleigh the -lunior Varsity eked out a 13-12 win over Raleigh. The final game of the season was played against Rocky Mount. 1n this game the V. boys assured themselves of a successful season by scoring a 21-O win. ones make ilze extm point that wins the ga over the Ilzuzior Caps at Raleigh. JUNIOR VARSITY SQU Bottom row: B. Fergerson, C. Barnes, Matthews, S. Sakas, M. Connor, Daniels Second row: VI. Bunn, Olsen, C. Fuleher, D. VVil1iams, VV. Murphy, T. Barnes, hl. Lamm, 1. VVe1ls, B. Hayes, D. Choeklett, Bennett. Top row: Coach Marklin, G. Stronach, Kelly, L. Gage, G. Mr: ' D. XI' .' H. Ed rf dp 17. 'f-- 7 assep, i attox, u ar s, 78 Bass. D. VK ilkcrson, S. Yandernoot, ll. Hollingsworth. Q..- ,W YM W 11 f f Y L 2 Wm, M ,bmw ..:.,y...gW.,....,..q W. yemgammm f X, , , X W ' X : f L 1 f, X ak 1 . .W 'fY""'fmm,,,M.W N 4' fa QQ ,ww Q . ,dm f f Qu we . ff' .A 4 ' Q u, 9 3 1 td -on N 19 s y , RWE S Z K 1.6 M In ' -7 6 Z - 1 2 if Z V .4 bu' wa? "A Q 1,-,M ,. zf. I.',v 5123: , lvl 333 43, 3 f f ,,,, Q fs 1 my A 'K -an A"' ' in 1, 1 35" x ia, F ,Q Si ww f 1 4 .An N V 7, fy, 8 'Q' It 1 Hi -J' Q 5 X ' 1 A. W5 z ,Y X Q Lf. W A Q' i,W , WW Bottom rout: VV. lones, G. VVainwright, D. lludson, rlwhoinpson, G. Adams. Top row: Haclge, li. Baueoin, D. Xlattox, ll. Etlwarcls, B. Ferguson. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL The ,lunior Varsity haslqethall squad went with the varsity on most of their trips this year antl playetl the preliminary game with the opposing ICLllH'S junior varsity. 'lihese hoys representetl their elass anal sehool well, eyen though they hatl a 7-9 reeortl. They tlisplayetl a great tleal of potential in winning, as well as in losing, antl were one of the stronger teams in the junior eireuit. On the starting lineup, they hatl a potent attaelt whieh inelutletl speecl, agility, antl height. rliowartl the last of the season. two of the first-string players, llowartl Etlwartls antl George Xvainwright, were proinotetl to the Varsity-lessf ening their seoring potential4antl as a result they encletl their season with a string of losses. iliheir sportsmanship in losing, as well as in winning, lelit a gootl impression with everyone. lfVi lson Xfvilson Xflfilson XVi l son Wh l sr an XVi lson YVils1 in XfVi l sr an lfvi l sr in Vvi lsr an Vvilson Wfi lson VV i lson Wfilson Vvilson lfvi l son SCOREBOARD 49 Roanolte Rapids 39 68 Creenyille 17 HO Kinston 5l 6l Greenville 38 31 Roeliy Mount 34 40 Durham 46 47 Raleigh 54 60 Vvilmington 58 68 liayetteyille 43 49 Cloltlshoro 47 40 Hoelty hlount , 4l 45 Durham 49 4l Wfilinington 55 42 Fayetteville . . .44 45 Raleigh . 58 43 Coltlsluoro 56 Hownrrl Erlwards drives in for an easy lay-up against the Cireezzville f.V.'s. Dwight Hudson takes a shot ns the Iueloizes romp over tlze opposing Kinston team. 'WT ll! llldlli 7, ill li! 'il' llt 51 4'1"5s Bottom row: D. Matthews, E. Fulford, B. Morris, F. Elliot, C. Barnes, C. Wainxvright, Talton, C. Baker. Middle row: Matthews, P. Pridgen, D. Ferrell, C. Beland, Sakas, B. Langley, P. Barnes, D. Parker, Barfield. Top row: L. Gage, D. Matrox, E. jones, Carter, H. Edwards, K. Boykin, Strickland, Coach G. Ferrell. j. Talton gets ready to take a cut at the lmll while K. Boy- kin anticipates receiving it. A quick tlzrow from third base to D. Mattox at first nalis B A S E B A L L tlze speeding lmserzirzner just in time. On February 24 of this year, Head Baseball Coach Cilbert Ferrell called a meeting in the gym of all pros- pects for the baseball team. There was a small turnout the first day, but slowly more and more of the old veterans came around to sign up for the season. Mr. Ferrell looked forward to a good season because of the amount of ma- terial that he had on hand. The team lost six men through graduation, but there are several competent undergrad- uates still left at these positions. Some of the returning veterans are: second base, Bootsie Morris and Henry Bogersg shortstop, Carlton Barnesg outfield, Eddie Fulford, Frankie Elliot, Eddie Jones, lack Hanchrow and Tommy Pridgeng first base, Paul Pridgen, limmv Talton: pitcher. Pete Barnesg and catchers, Kenneth Boykin, Derward Parker. There are several fine candidates coming up from the Iunior High ranks that may give the old-timers some trouble in keeping their s'arting berths. The boys seem to work well under Mr. Ferrell's capable leadershipg and with a little determination, and a lot of practice, they will probably be one of the better teams in the league. In the past, our teams have had a few individual stars who lcd the boys in their diamond campaign, whereas this year as the book goes to press we expect that the team will bolster a well-rounded unit that will function as one. This team play gives a good reason for the prob- able success of our 1960 baseball team. Left to riglzt: F. Smith, A. Edwards, F. Hollingsworth, IJ. VVatson, ll. Wlootlartl, ll. llatlge, lj. Askew. TENNIS GOLF Left to riglzt: G. Adams, C. Davis, E. hlinschew, C. Ren- lirow, Bridgers, B. Rasmus- sen, B. -lones, K. ll. Kennedy. vw v .,. ,, +04 This year, as was true last year, there are only four boys returning to play tennis. 'l'he team last year won only one match and lost five but played admirably against most of their opponents. The four returners, Andrew Edwards, Freddie liollingsf worth, Frank Smith and jerry Vlfoodard, all obtained valuable playing experience last year, and, reinforced by the new members, the team should be ready to improve on last year's record. Each player is looking forward with enthusiasm to the spring season. ln an exasperating season last year, the liike Senior High golfers were nosed out by a scant few points in each of several of their matches. Their losing record of 25 by no means exemplillies the kind ol' material that they had on the team. There was one player lost through graduation, but valuable playing experience was gained by the remaining boys during last season. Since the games have been changed from match to medal play this year, the golfers have high hopes of being closer to par in the various high school tournaments in which they will participate. 1 l l x Left to right: Betty Stokes, Lou Newton, Marilyn Seburn, "Happy" Harriss, Peggy Honeycutt, Headg George-Anne Willard, Sidney Jean Wilson, Priscilla Robertson, Donna VVilliams, Lina ,lane Joyner. IVIAJORETTTES At easel About face! Forward march! These are just a few of the many commands given to our high-stepping majorettes, while preparing, during the summer months, for the upcoming football season. These ten vivacious girls have fitted right in with the new style of marching, pre- sented Uo the band by our new director, Mr. Raymond Babelay. In their array of brightly colored uniforms, heads held high, with arms and legs snapping, the corps has led the band to victory in the half-time shows and parades. Under the talented leadership of Peggy I-loneycutt, head majorette, the majorette corps has entertained many audiences, and helped to boost the school spirit, They, indeed, have added zest and color to the past school year at Ralph L. Pike Senior High. l33J Y A V QVQ E412 7 HW if ef? 1? 1 KW f, X Mi ,.A. mi, A. ff' f , f I . f 1 45 ww, B? 1, 8 - as W, 'ff IW' X' f , wh, X " I 0 5 4 S is 2 6 my j 5 ,W 421S V Mm Q fu is Y V y A , y ' ,fn X '1 ljt 1 1,"Q. '-My, T n . 1. f 1 M! X- Ns 'Rf vw: wr f 1 'fi'-' ,, I. L .f 1 1' ' 1ff1 fn X vm X, w ill fliers IwuS11nm CTIIIHN in !IlIfL'I'517tIL -'ffuzzrf '1l1I'L'L""1 ll'f1-- UllL"'lL'l'U.,H ION HIGH The electric spark of these lemiers makes the school nctivities flourish. HERE THE ATMOSPHERE The umjorettes perform on TV to kick off the U11itedFz11zriDri1fe. 4 O DN! .J 'KK W V31 F.B.L.A. rnemhers show the true Christmas spirit hy sharing with others. esii ' ,ss lf X ny xo .". Q " l851 M 4 'fa if ZFX ,ff ,. 4 er., N y . -'Af ' ' i'Y'i sf fr.-Sr. cn-clzairwzelz prepnrc to lazzlzcfz 17 rocket I0 Venus. Q-T3 gif? . ,gf 1321. . ay? ,W av , fi' 3 . Q 3 i 1 CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY SfZftlClIfX czzjny tl typical zzftcrgquzzzv flulzcc at flu RL'C1'6't7fiUlI Cfezztcr, Sfmfwzt lmlmcs slzufflc ulmzg, tnlcilzg life 0:1511 Cave girl Catches lzer umm in "Do4gpatclz." l37l - Q X 5 9 J y sf X I I ' as :Pos . .kb as . . W 7: . Q ,, sam A Last October the senior class chose thirteen students to be on the editorial staff of the ACCOLADE. At the first meetings the staff learned that their job was to be a hard but rewarding one. They soon found out that a yearbook has many parts, each requiring special attention. Each member of the staff had his own assignment, but every- one did all he could to help the other fellow. Under the able leadership of Miss Lela Aycock, the adviser, and Billy VVatson, the editor, the staff has worked hard to present this book to the school as a reminder of a wonf derful year at Pike Senior High. 1960 ACCOLADE From the first we felt the responsibility placed upon us for recording the story of this auspicious year. Our first problem was choosing a timely, realistic theme which would leave something to the imagination. Aware that we had evolved from the recent atomic age to the more recent space age, we decided to make a "Quest into Space." Wle realized that the subject might be too broad and too new for us, but its fascination held a challenge we could I1Ot resist. Witli dictionaries by our sides and reference books stacked high, we struggled to find words to carry out our theme. Every day we racked our brains for situations for pictures. Late in the afternoon and far into the night we could be found planning and working. But it was not all work-we had parties, all-day sessions in the snow, jokes, laughter and good-natured teasing, real relief when the last bit of copy was finished, and great rejoicing when BILLY XA7ATSON LLEVVELLYN PIKE the book was finally sent to pressl Ed"0T""'Cl"ef B"5"'eSS Manager Now the 1960 ACCOLADE is in your hands. We hope A1185 LELA AYCOCK MISS VIRGINIA KNIIWLES you like it and that it will ever remind you of this won- Adviser Adviser derful year at Balph L. Pike Senior High School. Seated: A. Hayes, Shepard, B. Pittman, P. Honeycutt, Lewis, Miss Lela Aycock, udviserg VV. Barts. Standing: B. VVatson, editorg P. VVilson, V. jones, VVoodard, G.-A. Vvilliard, Blythe, K. D. Kennedy, B. jenkins. Bottom row: L. Fike, S. Bailey, L. Pridgen, Webb. Second row: R. Allen, B. Bailey, K. Peacock, P. Robertson. Top row: M. Woodard, F. Goodwin, L. Dees, Harriss. Standing: Miss Virginia Knowles, B. Carr, D. Sasser. BUSINESS STAFF The honor and thrill of being elected to the buigness staff soon wore off as the consciousness of sore feet pre- dominated. We spent many afternoons tramping to the business districts around town selling ads. Often it took two or three attempts to catch the right person at the right time. We found being a salesman was not as easy as it appears but that it required much patience and perse- verance. When our patience was wearing thin, as well as the soles of our shoes, Miss Virginia Knowles, our adviser, was right at hand to encourage and help us. Before long, however, we began to sell the ads and the money started to pour in. Then came the big task of drawing off the ads, typing, and counting the money. We worked diligently and carefully until our books balanced. We spent our time 1'10t only in selling ads but also in increasing good will and making new friends for the school. We were happy to hear of compliments paid our staff by the business men of our town For we realized that our responsibility for good relationships had been fulfilled. we can truly say that we have enjoyed our work and are happy that we have had such a vital part in the production of the 1960 ACCOLADE in its "Quest into Space." Editorial staff nzeinlzers enjoy the fellowslzip of singing Cl11'ist1nas carols urozuzd tlze tree in front of tlze Court House. l39l if STUDENT COUNCIL Under the ahle leadership of the officers and the new adviser, hir. Thomas Stott, the Student Council has done a joh of outstanding service for our school this year. The election of officers last spring assured an early hcginning for the current year. Candidates, nominated hy a committee, staged an exiciting campaign in Nay. At a rally prior to the election, demonstrations were held in the true style of political conventions. A popular vote of Filie students gave the new officers a great responsi- hility. In Septemher, these new officers and a representative from each homeroom, making up the student council, hegan a long year of work for the hettcrment of our school. This year the council has sponsored a Sadie llawlxins Dance, a Sock flop, and the Homecoming Game activia ties, consisting of a parade and a dance after the game. Traditionally, the memhers elected the Homecoming sponsors for the game. ln a spirit of fellowship, they made floats and worked at the concession stands. They also sponsored a Student-Faculty hasltethall game and a Cleaneup VVeek. Although the council does not function as a student government, it creates a good example of democracy at work. ANN Simoxs PATRICIA HORNE President Vice-President Ilrizixrzizrii MeMr1.L,xN LEE HORNE Secrefmy Treasurer Bottom row: UI. jordan, L. Joyner, D. Vllehh, M. Thomas, B. Stokes, H. Owens. Second row: L. Pridgen, Champion, Moore, M. Finch, D. VVilliams, C. Shiflett, BI. Rose, P. Robertson. Third row: Hedge, B. Hayes, R. Winstead. A. Simons, P. Horne, B. Vvatson, Bl. Connor, L. Horne. Top row: Hr. Thomas Stott, VV. DuBois, C. Lamm, F. Hollingsworth, VV. Bass, VV. Murphy. l901 'rl-IE FIKE HI-ZETTE This marks the second year of publication lor the Filce Ilifette, the szhool newspaper which is printed once a month. Serving as coecditors of the paper, Sue Ann Crute and Linda hlinlc act as go-hetweens for the newspaper office and the journalism class. lo see that all news events are covered, that all copy is checked, and that all deadlines are met is of utmost imiiortzince. They are called on for assist- ance by the other students at any time. Proof reading all material is the job ol' the news and feature editors. -lane Smith and Bonnie Haucom handle 1995! .- :MH-'v ur .' we is-faaeflp, '. ,z ' LINDA AlINK ANI: Surg ANN C'IIu'I'I, Ckilrlizors Bottom row: Sue Ann Crute, Donna VVilliams, Bonnie Baucoin, Linda Mink, lo Ann -lacltson, Ann Deans, Millard Griffin, Faye Turner, Barbara Edwards, Carol VVhitley, -loyce Etheridge, Mary Lou Shinn. Second row: Paul Moore. Ralph Braswell, Bill VVar'd, Kenneth Vvoodruff, Gloria Barker, loycc Bass, Ulinda Camden, Linda Uayis, Franlqic Bost, Kayle Burriss, Jane Smith, Judy Blythe, Barbara Dixon. U all financial problems and see that all ads are in the specif fied issues. The circulation managers see that each issue is delivered to the subscribers while the exchange editors provide other schools with a copy of the Filze Hi-Zette in exchange for their papers. The sports editors cover all games played and after reporting them Find time to write thc sports editorials. Make-up editors lay out pages, while headline editors supervise the writing of headlines. There are also those students working with them who run errands, type, cut out articles, and ads, and look continuously for new and interesting ideas for the paper. With everyones working with the experienced Miss Lu Overton, adviser, the staff strives to put out a paper that will prove interesting and informative to all its read- ers and meet the standards of a good high school paper. BONNIE Bixucorr ,IND ,IANI5 SAIITII, Co-Iirixiizess llrrzzrrg :Isl Lo I 'illeagx ,fs-Q' as l K K E Y r- .a C L U B E72 'fr' X99 Oi" NAT X ,I ffl illeiizlicrs of the Kev Chili lgonrd of Directors meet with their mlviser, ilir. Harold Lmuui. 'lack llaizclzroui, one of the six LiC1llClZt1!Zf-C:Ol'Cl'll' nrs of the North and South Caroliiin District. Ivey Cflzili iiieuzliers gather iiiagziziizes for patients at the Saiiitoriioii as one of their Cflzristums projects. .44 M EDDIE FULFORD LEE HORNE President Secretary FREDDIE ll0I,LINGSVVOHT11 ivlills Loisiisoii l'icefPrcsit1eur 'I 'reasurer 'Io serve! 'Ihis year, as in years past, the aim of the Key Club was to serve. As the new school vear approached, the officers, Eddie liulford, president, Freddie ilollingsf worth, vicefpresident, Lee llorne, secretarvg Neil Connor, trcasurerg and hlr. I larold Lainm, adviser, began planning the club's projects. The Key Club, sponsoring several projects and assisting in many more, has been of great service to both our school and our community. During the o ueninv days of school the Kev Clubbers M . l i H . , served as guides for new students and began a new serv- ice of taking sielx students home. The Key Clubs first money-raising project was the handling of concessions at several football games. They also had concessions during the basketball season. Every member of the Key Club received a lot of satis- faction in bringing happiness to many people during the Christmas season. hlagazines, toys, and food were collected by the boys and given to several needy families. Perhaps the largest and one of the most satisfying nroiects that the Kev Club undertoolq was helping to paint the VVest Nash hlethodist Chu rch. hlanv Key Club boys could be seen going home late at night, wearing old paintesmcared clothes. As a result of the Kev Club's as sistance, the church officials said they were able to begin Q '--- vices much earlier than would have been possible otherwise. This year the Key Club continued the practice that was started last year of selling themselves as Nslavesn in o-'der to raise monev. Anv girl, who so desired. coolfl Purchase herself a Uslavc" and. also, for an additional charae. b-iv dating rights. This oroicct and the one of assisting the Kiwanis Club at the horse show were two of the most successful enterprises undcrtalien by the Kev fllrtb this year. Flihe Kev and Kevette Clubs worlted in close affiliation throughout the vear. lloth Clubs were co-sponsors in giving a banquet for their new members and also in giving a recognition banquet for students who ranlicd high seholastically. Some of the other services rendered by the Key Club were: collection of food for the Salvation Army: the co- operation of the Keys and lfevettfra in nreparing a parade- winninq floatp helping with college day: and the giving of a chanel program. They also continued the practice of church visitation. hoping. through this experience, to gain new understanding of the beliefs and practices of dif- ferent churches. Altbough the Kev Club na"tnbers worked hard they found it rewarding and also a lot of funl George Adinns Preston Askew Pete Barnes Stuneil Bzlrnes VVhitty Buss Carlton Behind john Benson Kenneth Boykin Paul Brewer .Iohn Bridgers 'Ioe Bunn Bryn n Cu rr Mike Collins Don Crabtree 'liommy Daniel David Fernald Benjy Glover -liieli Hadge -luck llunehrow Wciocly Harrison Dwight Hudson Buddy jones Vunn jones llohhy Jordan li. D. Kennedy Kennie hlelfeel Bohhy Moore Doug hlorris jeff Qlsen Bill Perry Paul Pridgen Curl Renfro Henry Rogers Birger Rasmussen Dan Sasser Billy Sims Frank Smith Ylimmy 'Iialton Sammy Thompson Sid Turner George VVainwright N eed h an m W'a rd Billy Watson Leigh Wcmodall Kenneth VVoodru ff jerry Woodarcl Archie Wcioten Sim Wooten l93 KEYETTE LUB 'n ' -4 ' s . . llzc lxepvettes jo111 llzc lxej' Club 111 t'l co11cess1o11 s111111l 111 1110 Rocky lllllllllf fU0fl7tTlltQl1HlL'. l1lIff'flllIL' 111 g11111es prove l111sj' for P. Fish 111111 B. Forbes. Kcjfe11e 11111l Key Clubs SPOIISUI' the fiL'CO,QlIi1l01I Bt'1l7t1ZlGf for s1z11le111s of high sclzolastic s11'1111li11g, 'UPG 1 -. A1 PEGGY Fisrr ANNE Snxroivs PATRICIA HORNE Presideizt l'iee-Presi1lc111 Secrct111'jf-Trerrszirer The Keyette Club, the sister organization of the Key Club, has worked industriously to further carry out the motto "Service" Under the able leadership of Peggy Joyce Fish, president, Ann Simons, vice-president, Pa- tricia florne, secretary-trcasurerg and bliss Virginia Knowles, adviser: the club has entered enthusiastically into a new set of projects to carry out its purpose during the year. It has, indeed, achieved an outstanding record for its services. The club is made up of a limited number of sophomore, junior, and senior girls of high scholastic standing who wish to render services to a worthy family, aid to the needy, joy to their families, and love to their school and community. The election of new members, followed by the elec- tion of the board of directors, was the first thing in order this year. The Keyettes served as Bibbon Cirls for the Kiwanis llorse Show, assisted with the heart fund, con- ducted a bake sale, held a concession stand at both football and basketball games, and backed financially and personally a Christmas opportunity proving that they can gain the most happiness by giving happiness to others. All along, the Keyettes endeavored to show their loyalty and school spirit wherever they went. They supported Stunt Night by sponsoring a stunt and helping to boost it with the sale of tickets. They joined the Key Club in contributing a prize-winning float to the schools home- coming parade. On llonor Day, as usual, they presented awards to the varsity cheerleaders, the majorettes, and the girls' championship basketball team. The year was not all work, though, for at intervals they enjoyed social activities, also. In the fall of the year, the Keyette Club held a joint banquet with the Key Club honoring the new members. In the spring they held a Mother-Daughter Banquet. Before Commence- ment they co-sponsored, as they did last year, the Becog- nition Banquet for those students who had made out- standing scholastic records throughout their high school careers. For spiritual uplift and moral enlightenment, the Key- ettes began the practice, in the spring, of Visiting in a body a number of the various churches. This closed out the year's activities. i941 Janet Askew Bettie Bailey Shellie Bailey jenny Scott Blackman Betsy Brandon Elaine Bullin 'lulia Champion Sue Ann Crute Dinah Daniel Linda Dawson Val Deans Jenny Lou Dees Llewellyn Pike Mary Jo Finch Betsy Forbes Sue Forbes Dottie Glover Mary Graves Cathe Gregg Happy Harriss Sarah Harriss Peggy Honeycutt Barbara Jenkins Lina Jane Ioyner Linda Kelly Janice Lamm Catherine Lane Alice Maroon Elizabeth McMillan Kitty Peacock Bosalind Pittman Patsy Powell Lou Pridgen Bonnie Baines Priscilla Piobertson Marilyn Seburn Bettie Stokes Mary Thomas Becky Timberlake Ida Ruth Walstoii Frances Webb jackie Webb Beide Watson Louise Wiggins George-Anne Willard Sidney Jean Wilson Mary Woodard Miss Knowles , f f? K O M X f.f X ff, rf y , , f x me , f'. "W: ' KW' 25 P ' f W -'ff H Y' af :!' , 'ff X' 'f' f T 'f 4 1' S W ,iff fri , 5 ' ,Lf ff ,W 5 f, A N - f..r , wi A . " P , t,-- , f , ff f, , ,f jg? 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Finch, F. Saunders, C. Burke, Il. Benton. Fourtlz row: O. Camden, E. Ferrell, A. Hayes. B. Bailey, B. Poythress, M. Lane, F. Tyson, B. Matthews, VV. Lee, ll. Fulfzhum, C. XVo:wdall. Fifth rout D. Lamm, B. Etheridge. Marching on the field at halfftime, the band's rhythms made our spirits reverberate with increased enthusiasm for our school and team, VVe saw for the first time this year the band marching in double r.a:n.s in accordance with the Cassavant march style, new to this region. hir. Babelay, a very able and helpful new instructor, has brought about a remarkable improvement, which has given every member evident pride and has bolstered the ego of every student. Mr. Babelay's stress on precision and "togetherness" has resulted in a more pleasing and well- eoordinated appearance for onlookers. The pep band, conducted by the competent drum major, Stanley Godwin, has put into our assemblies gusto and into our pep rallies a pulsating spirit without which our gatherings would have been almost completely inef- feetive. 96 B. Turner, F. Smith, VVilliams, A. Millard, High, S. Moore, B. Pittman, VVill.amsr:n, li. Leaman. Sixfli row: F. Goodwin, L. Smith, F. Turner, I. Blackman, M. VVooten, L. Edwards, C. Nichols, Daniel, B. Boykin, Barnes. Top row: M. Woodard, B. Vlfeaver, H. Phillips, Barnes, B. Lee, B. Glover, VV. Barbour, K. Vick. The band has endured many obstacles in order to perform well for its audiences. It has practiced at night, it has marched for miles in front of the school in severe heat, drillingg it has even performed in the rain. These hardships, however, have not been without compcnsaf tions. The compensations which the members most eager- ly looked forward to were the out-of-town band trips. The members will remember the scrambling for bus seats at the outset and, on the return trip, the lipstick fights, the singing and harmonizing, and the co-ed companionship. The student body had the pleasure of being used as guinea pigs at an assembly a few weeks before the band departed to Greenville to participate for the first time in a district contest. I 1 ,I wgmwzvxwfwnv "rw- 1 QW ar Bottom row: P. Honeycutt, head uzajoretteg G. A. Vllillard, S. Vllilson, M. Seburn, D. Vllilliams, Mr. Bahelay. Second row: D. Barbour, H. Walstcin, Reid. Third row: F. Vililliams, S. Morris, B. Speight, Glover, L. Miles, Boyd, Nl. Boswell, P. Fields B. Edwards, B. Price, P. Neal. Fourth row: B. Brandon, U. Cooke, -I. Howard, C. Bucket, T. Wiitzke, B. Baucom, J. VVL-bb, Xl. Vllestphal, C. Vlihitley, A. Miles. Fifth row: Z. Hadley, C. Faulk- v VVe realized then that our hand could play serious music as cntertainingly as light music. The climax to another memorable year t for the hand, the Spring Concert, made L G B us realize that the band means much 5 " more than simply a study. It is an im' sf plcment for projecting L1I1l1'DL1Il0I'l on our activities, it is an incentive for patriote ism, it is the summation ol' our musical heritage. ner, M. Bowen, VV. DuBois, P. Bell, A. Layton 1 , I. Xarntll, L. f Matthews, B. Anderson, Wlilliams, B. Allen. Sixth row: U. Davis, D. tlaynes, H. DeLong, Owens, K. XVoodrul'f, B. Mercer. D. Hale, B. Phillips, B. Beaman. Top row: K. Harrell, XV Deans, L. Gage, F. Bost, B. Owens, -I. jones, B. Wiilliamson. N. Vliard. The lmizti fornzs iz Clzristnms tree at lmlftizize. . fs rl, Q O! .Q tg ss, . I Q A .tx l , ,iii 1 . f if . 1. f I W 4 5 ,S -mmwmwb L2-W 5 I nf gm r , I Q 18' 4 ,, N! WSW :QQ Y , Az: Av AJf.,A'fg. , , if A.., .... up-.W sw WM. X SW M4 '4 31 fin .f. x M Bottom row: M. A. Strickland, A. Ray, L. Brewer, B. Proctor, P R. Mercer, Mr. Babelay, T. Beamon, N. Garnett, C. Shiflett C. VVhitley, R. Poythress, P. Horne, Howard, C. Newcomhe C. Mills, K. VVinstead. Second row: M. VValston, L. Thorne, B hott, Batts, B. Long, D. Edwards, R. Howard, M. L. Smith tl. L. Liggon, E. Patterson, B. Lucas, Bass, Shepard, A. QUARTET: C. VVhit1ey, L. Smith, C. Bunn, L. Vllinstcad, Mr. Bahelay. Under the direction of Mr. Raymond Bahelay, our choir made great strides. Cencrous with its store of musical knowledge, the choir was eager to render selec- tions for school groups, church organizations, and civic cluhs at any time. The choir, a versatile group, entertained audiences with songs ranging from the light and airy "Ill Wez1x'e a Song for You" to the serious I'Nation's Prayer." An off- shoot of the choir and one of its feature attractions, the much enjoyed quartet comprised of Linda Smith Calso pianist for the quartetb, Carol Whitleyf, Connie Bunn and Louise Winstead enhanced the pleasure we derived from our choir. The choir, wherever it performed, voiced constantly the "music of the spheres." ., f ogcrs, DI. Ptlrcridgg M. Amerson, A. Cladson, -I. Malpass, L Taylor, D. Tyson, S. Saleehy, B. Vvatson, C. Vtlilson, F. Jones, Ncwcomhe, L. Vklinstead, I. Ruffin. Top row: B. Stallings, I , Boswell, A. Rogers, Vllillialns, ll. Norville, ll. foley, E. Out land, P. Cook, S. hVllllL1Il1S, Ll. Newton, P. Nunnery, Askew li. Burriss, j. Smith, l. Evans, P. Meeks, L. Bass, C. Bunn, .I Pol I' l XVII ' L Plain k I ' l it me, F. sro. icrs, L. .i iams, larker, . 1' mc . s. lmouc' s Nichols, E. Stokes, Crowder, P. Baker, F. Barnes, M. L. Ah- , P. VVillQarns, L. Sauls, C. Brogden. At piano: L. Smith. M Mes x Q , 1, 5 4 N Q f, ', wh Z 4 W F B L A. OFFICERS! P. Taylor, Secretary: F. Goodwin, Treasmerg VVebb, President, Shepard, Vice-Presialentg L. Joyner, Repoiterg and F. Saunders, Historian. fliluliriizg the fflzrlfs serriplfook, icliicli placed second al the Sta L C:U1II'L'llliUlZ lust spring, are rllrs. Ilarriss, tztlviser, fl. 'whtpi 4 I. llfehli, mul illiss I.. liike, mlviser. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AIVIER Under the guidance of Mrs. Alcan llarriss and Miss Louise Pike, the Future Business Leaders of America have had a profitable year of growth and continued activity. To begin a new and exciting year of "Service . . . Edu- cation . . . Progress," the F.B.L.A. members attended a pre-school workshop in August. The campaign for new members culminated in a banquet at Parkers for 144 members and the newly-elected oilicers. The club sponsored several service projects during the year. Un the first day "A-welcome-tonew-students" cam- paign began the year's activities. Members, early in the year, began to render baby-sitting service for any par- ents who wished to attend the regular P.T.A. meetings. During the Christmas season, they cheered a needy family by collecting food and clothing for them. To help serve their school, they prepared the first student directory the school has ever had. To educate and develop better business leaders, the club had many worthwhile programs, at their regular monthly meetings, in the Round Room. Such helpful subjects as "Telephone Manners" and "Pailiamentary Procedure" made the meetings vvorthvvhile. ln the spring. members ol' the club spent three days in Durham, North Carolina, vvhere some participated in the parliamentary procedure, the spelling and the public-speaking contests at the annual State Convention held in the Xklashingtone Duke lrlotel. To meet the budget goal, the l7.ll.L..'X. sold Cyclone pennants in October and household variety items in No- vember. ln February, the club enjoyed their traditional Valenf line Dance, at the hloose llall. This was the highlight ol' the social activities for more than 100 members and their guests. Some aims ol' the F.l3.L.A. are to develop competent business leaders who shovv courage, responsibility and sell'-confidence, to provide recreational activities for the members, to encourage scholarship, school loyalty and to promote good citizenship. Their motto: Service . . . Education . . . Progress mark the characteristics and goals necessary for all who aspire to "a quest into spacef, F.B.L.f'l. uieiizlvers enjoy the irzitiatiozz and izzstallaiioiz lmmlzfet at lJm'lcer's. lagggxl in PPWAJM isa.. ' on W,....w0""'W .wf"" ' - ..,. X 1311110111 roir: li. Edwards. li. Dixon, P. Fish, F. Turner. pl. Lunm, B. Bailey, Ci. Rucker, CQ. A. VVillard. Seeoizd row: D. Glover, Nl. VVestphal, F. Robertson, li. Forhes, li. Bailey, M. Finch, S. Hailey, L. vloyner, B. Ellis. Third row: V. Deans, L. Mink, A. Nlaroon, VVilson, Il. flarriss, L. Sauls, ll. Turner, VVilliainson, C. FUTURE "The vouth of today is the hope of tomorrow" and the Future Teachers of America are heginning earlv to pre- pare themselves for the task of increasing their knowledge and ahility. The purpose of the Future Teachers organization is to inform those who are interested in any hranch of the teache ing profession as Io the requirements of work of educate ing America. The memhers have an opportunity to ime prove their own character and personality, to take a realistic look at the challenging prohlems teaching afe fords, to study and identify the qualities which good teachers possess, and to trv to cultivate these in theme selves. 'l hev also have a chance to explore their own in- ' T11 sou 11111l T. ll'it:ice l7l'L'l7li ripple polisl1i11g Hrs. 11111 1 Tho11111s ami Mrs. Ctilll lltirriss, hut tire UT7SCVI'il7f' VVhitlev, Barnes. Fourth row: Nl. VVoodard, M. Beland, T. Davis, Dees, P. Horne, E. iX'leMillan, P. Neal, L. Smith, L. Matthews, Lively, B. Skinner. Top roiv: B. Ienkins, L. Fike, E. Ferrell, R. Pittman, Blythe, A. hliles, R. Allen, Lewis, V. Sullivan, B. Brandon. TE HERS terests, ahilities, and skills so as to he sure that their de- cision to teach or not to teach is the right one. The eighty-two memhers advised hy Mrs. Ethel Craw- ley met monthly to discuss the advantages of teaching and the varied activities in which they could participate. The first project of the Future Teachers Club was to have a float in the Homecoming Parade. The theme of the float was "How Do You Measure Up?" and many of the girls helped to make the float a success. National Education Week was held in Novemher and the Future Teachers gave each member of the faculty an apple along with words of appreciation and encourage- ment. tiuties to ask 11 ew qziesfioizs of their 011111 l'lT70llf require 1 I 1 .. 1 X 1 11111111 l1i11er11io11 lleeh. merits ami t1'r11iitio11s of Strrztforti. xi, ior lqzrides at College Day take time out from then This year's officers arc: President, Lammg l'ice-President, M. Craxcs Secretary, B. Forbes, Treasurer, I. VValston, Adviser, Mrs. Ethel Crawley. OF AIVIERIC In December the members of the club made individual Christmas greetings for the faculty members to wear. These helped spread the holiday spirit throughout the school. The club was very well represented at the N.C.E.A. meeting which was held at Pike High School in planuary. As special guests, they enjoyed learning about the organif zation to which they might someday belong. At the annual College Day program on December 9, the junior members served as ushers and made certain that each senior found the representative of the college that he was interested in. As the ACCOLADE goes to press, the members are looking Bottom row: G. Barker, A. Shepard, V. Newton, R. VVatson, U. Bullock, Herring, S. Forbes, M. Thomas. Second row: F. VVebb. I. Blackman, B. Timberlake, T. Witzke, Boswell, T. clllfiiilltl, Il. VVatson, P. Powell, lX'I. Boswell, I. VValston. Tlzird row: C. M W -, -. ..W...,.. F.T.A, Hleuzlvers work ililigeililjf on their float to nmlcc s ii uzeuszires up Io ilze stiimlrzriis of requirement. forward to a banquet which will climax this years ace tiyities. The title, Future Teachers of America, is a meaningful name and is composed of three main ideas. The FU- TURE is the foundation of progress. lt belongs to youth and is full of hope, opportunity, and promise. TEACI lf ERS are the builders of civilization and they help pref serve, enrich, and transmit the ideals and purposes of education. AMERICA is the home of the FUTURE and the TEACHER. It is a country filled with purpose and promise. Here there is always a door to be opened and a step to be climbed. The teacher helps meet the country's challenge of new horizons in preparing for the space age. Mills, Vklebb, Barefoot, N. Graves, VV. O'Briant, L. Pittman. UI. Reid, Barbara Price, Mrs. Ethel Crawley. Top row: L. Miles. A. Von Miller. Linda Edwards, Boyd, ll. W'ilson, -I. Flowers. Aloore. A. VVoody. Seated: M. Thomas, G. Barker, A. Vlloody, D. Bullock, Harriss, l. llarriss, ll. Pittman, Barnes, Forbes, M. Beland. Kneeling. C. Dunn, E. Ferrell, V. jones, G. A. Vllillard, P. Beasley, hl. L. Abbott, hl. Vlloodard, E. hlchlillian, L. Blink. Third row: Vlloodard, Nlrs. K. Patterson, Hadge, P. Askew, B. Bailey, Barefoot, Vllebb, B. Glover, li. Matthews, P. Vllindham, K. El club espanol has as its purpose promoting the learnf ing ol' the language and customs of Spanish-speaking countries and developing more interest in them. The study ol' the different languages brings the members closer to all parts ol' the worldeSouth America-Cuba-Puerto llico-h'lexicofenchanting and exotic places which seem even nearer to them with their study of Spanish. Twice a month the Spanish Club, consisting of ten sophomores, twenty juniors, and twentyeone seniors, meet with the adviser, Mrs. Kathleen Patterson. Under the fine leadership of Vann loncs, president, Stancil Barnes, vice- Wlebb, Daniels, K. Strickland, A. VVooten, A. Simons, Hanchrow, VV. Harrison. Top row: Eatmon, F. Jenkins, L. Gage, Lewis, K. Boykin, Poythress, G. Adams, A. Von Miller, E. Crute, P. Fish, Benson, V. Deans, D. Sasser, S. Wil- son, B. Forbes, VV. Lee. president, and lean Lewis, secretary, the club has had a successful year. Elizabeth Anne Ferrell has served as treasurer and Rosalind Pittman as reporter. At the beginning of the year the club participated in the llomecoming Parade, One of the highlights of the year was the colorful banquet at Christmas. Everyone en- joyed singing and dancing to Spanish songs and the breaking of the pinata. As the book goes to press, the Spanish club plans to sell handsome felt school pennants which every senior will want to purchase to remind them of their happy days at Ralph L. Pike High School. H041 S I ln connection with the stepped up program in science, the Pike Science Club has found a place of prominence among our organizations, Approximately ninety members attend the monthly meetings, which have been on such interesting topics as genetics, wildlife, natural resources, and chemistry. The purpose of the club, to obtain knowledge and educate others in science, has been effectively demon- strated through two public programs. The first was an open house which showed the progress made in science at Pike in recent years. Another public service program was a science career night. It gave students, interested in science as a career, an opportunity to talk with men and Tlze officers: C. Daniel, B. Raines, Briulgers, A. Hayes, W0OdH1'6i, A. lion illiller, 1. Askew, B. Newton, and A. Ufooten. lllr. Kermit Steuiart presents LI clzeclc from Eastern Carolina Engineers for Science Club to B. Powell, B. ilorrlnn, W. Har- rison, and A. Hayes. women of our community who are successful in scientific fields. illhrough its connection with Science Clubs of America. with the financial aid of the North Carolina lfngincers Association, and under the capable guidance of Mrs. lletty Abernathy, Mrs. ljlla llcaman, and Mr. Keith lfstcp, Science Club is truly making a "Quest into Space." illhe officers of the Science Club this year are Ann llayes, president, ,lohn llridgers, vice-president, Barbara Newton, secretaryg Archie VVooten, treasurerg Bonnie Raines, publicity chairmang Charles Daniel, historian, Ann Von Miller, hospitality chairmang .lerry Vlfoodard, reporter, janet Askew, librarian. Hr. Holiert Holler, Professor of Clienzisirjf nl A. Cf. College, rlernonstrates titration of vinegar as cznmzetl students olzservc. illiss Lunelte Barber shows pictures and pelts of North Carolina Ufildlife to interested Science Club nzeinlrers at one of their meetings. H051 the FUTURE HOIVIEIVIAKERS OF AIVIERIC "VVe are the Future llomemaliers of America. VVe face the future with warm courage and high hope." ln its second year as an organization at Filqe Senior lligh School the F.fl.fX. has been very active. Its one hundred and fifty members come from all classes, all of whom are not necessarily studying home economics ' . . ew at this time, Mrs. Mildred Bullard is the adviser. The year full of activities began with the county rally held at the Agricultural Center in VVilson at which one of the local members, Alice Shepard, was installed as County lrlistorian. hlost of the members enjoyed and benefited from informative monthly programs concerning vital problems of homemalaing, as well as seasonal pro- grams of entertainment. The club accepted the responsibility of providing food, clothing, toys, and good cheer for a needy family at The officers are ll. Cubberly, song lenderg R. Pittman, lzisforirzug Bly the, reporter: Askew, treasitrerg . L. Dees, president, L. Christmas. lo make money with which to carry out their projects, they first entered an exhibit in the County Fair For which they received a check. Later, they engineerd a profitable city-wide Christmas Card sale. ln February, the FHA. had the traditional Mother- Daughtcr Banquet at which the Valentine motif was used. The daughters prepare the food for the more than two hundred people present. At this banquet ten members received the ,lunior Homemaliing degrees. Many of the members attended the State Convention in Raleigh in the Spring, and then turned their thoughts to the National Convention to be held in Wlzishington, D. C. As this book goes to press the members are planning to send their 1961 president as a delegate. The members of the l3.lrl.A. agree that the many valuable experiences acquired through the club prepares them for the future and sends them on 'Toward New Horizons." Members receive Homemaking degrees: K. Forehand, Askew l I J ox ner irice-president, A. Shepard, secretary. Honzemnkers experiment with paraffin wax 113' making candles at Christmas. I. L. Dees, S. Forbes, . Harriss, E. Temple, Stokes, A Shep ard, P. Pike, absent ll. Cubberly. illotlzcrs and drzziglzters enjoy fellowship at the ill0fll61"lJllll2lIfC Briizqziet in Felvrzmry. SENIORS: Bottom row: C. A. VVillard, B. Bailey, Rogers, L. Mink, P. Fish, A. Simons, Lamm, B. Brandon, L. Smith, Lively, Webb, C. Rucker, A. Hayes. Top row: W. Harrison, B. VVatson, V. Jones, H. Rogers, Woodard, R. Pittman, Bridgers, K. D. Kennedy, Lewis, VV. Deans, C. Renfro, W. Batts. At an impressive candlelight service in February, twenty-four seniors and thirty juniors were inducted into the Fike Senior High Chapter of the National Honor So- ciety. The four principles of the Society: Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Char- acter, are the qualities necessary for membership. The officers for this first vear of orvanization were resident, Bill Watson' vice- , as P Y 1 president, VVoody Harrison, secretary, Ccorgc-Anne Willard, treasurer, ,lanice Lammg with bliss Clyde Hunter serving as adviser. IUNIORS: Bottom row: B. Matthews, M. Graves, L. Dawson, D. Bullock, L. Pittman, C. Lane. B. Lee, E. Dunn, B. Newton, B. Price, B. Raines. Middle row: Miss Hunter, S. Forbes, Sawrey, J. Benton, F. Saunders, P. Pike, V. Grant, P. Bell, S. Boyd, L. Irvin. Top row: A. VVooten, C. Dail, Zeko, C. Beland, W. Murphy, High, S. Barnes, Talton. Not pictured: M. Thomas and C. Daniels. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IAVIOIK 1101 306-IIYV 356' S i5 if l107l 171110 11111111115 111111 S1'111111's 111'1' f11x1'11111t1'11 111' 111111c1'1's 151111111 17011115 1111 1111111 trip 10 1111tC1' 51111012 1 1 1 1 1 I..-. ,....... 1 1 1 3 1 11 1 1 1 11 L, 1 1 11111111 1 1 lx 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11' -1 1 1 11 1 1 1 4,1 L, jf ,. ,, ..., , 1 1111-1 Lf XE! " 1 1 1 1, W THE EXUSP ERE . . . INTO ORBIT 1' 1Xc'ci1111111Jh 131151111111 Sfzlffl 111'1'11111'1's 111 1111111 111111 11111 "1111tc1' s111'1ce" of 1116 11115111055 u'01'111. Q , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,-Q I ' a A-LP f f Z 1ltlL'l7fSW'L'17lIV6'fOl'ilZL'fl'Ul'l7ffll1 jnztlz 17'ySfllcl.1'i11 I lmsizzess eclucatimz. Even the 'YUZllll5fCSf111111101108 ilztoorlnit. .-s. hhF0-vw ., ,Q 2-sd' Seniors make their how to society when they are chosen to he in the Stunt Night Court. INTO ORBIT . . . BON VOYAGE . . . FOR OUR niencentent and the outer Space of new horizons. Sf ' X ff -.iv ' 8 1 Qu Mr. George Acimns, Chnirttzan of the Board of Education, congratulates tt senior mid wishes her Cod-speed. Y The Spring Hztszc Concert nshers ns into cont- Q Z 5 WS Q + 'W f U' wwf' Sclmlasric Hccognitimz slzmm us to lu' prvpurillg If flu into orllit. The LlisCm'w'j' of otlzer planets Illtlj' llc xzcurcr tlmu tlzc izlzugixzzztiolzls scum' of tl tllllIL'L'. Our parents mul teaclzers will always wislz 115 wall. QUEST INTO SPACE" One wllose uzcmory we will tulle wiflz ZlS4UZH' priu- cipal, Mr. VVooflnnl, MURPHY BUDY DISTRIBUTORS, INCORPORATED WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Utility - Stake - Dump - Parcel Bodies Cr Related Accessories Vaw1's27ty lez'teirnze'n at Honor Day. JV's receive football certificates BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY "THE SAFE EXECUTORH QResources over S'l00,000,000J Four convenient offices in Wilson To serve you MEMBER OE THE EEDERAI. DEPCSIT INSURANCE CORPQRATION Football team recewes certificates on H onor Day. Buddy Bedgood gives pep talk to students. -...,: . fl V' ,,-.lm .V l "" V' , ,.,:w.'- 'Y' ' V I ' I . f - ffl' . . ,X:g1'f5' Q '- -- ,. . -. -v. x I 9-' 371-, 45.29, 1 "",'3Q TT' 3 " A VI K3 tk vi 5 X25 '.7 jx . - ' ,.S""'H 1' f fx' 'shi UQ' - ,,,.-4 ,, .' I . lt 1 ,:'.-,gif ,. . . ,. ' F WHITE'S TIRE SERVICE WILSON, N. C. FuII Capping Phone 243-4167 406 Stontonsburg Street On 301 Truck Lone CONGRATULATIONS AND EVERY GOOD WISH TO THE CLASS OF SIXTY 'I' W E E 'I' I E S Across from A. C. College GUNSTIIUGTIDN 00 "BUILDERS OF MODERN HOMES" Band introduces new march step. Sailor girls entertain at Stunt N H URCH LUELL J Ewliifiarzs Qlcrtifieb Gemolugifst A-In REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY For GOODness' Sake l Talented O. Camden places hzgh S y Speaker in "Miss Wilson Contest Teacher guardzans' E I I F ' A I 2-i . '1 'M ' 'Y i I ,..., .Mo I 1 I I i I I I I az. CITY OF WILSON ROBERT B. ANDERSON POST NO. 13 AMERICAN LEGION Wilson County Fair Grounds Highway 301 South WILSON, N. C. From Dogpatch to the Stars! SEALTEST FOODS WILSON, N. C A SIGN OF DEPENDABLE FERTILIZERS Since 1902 Manufactured By FARMERS COTTON Oll COMPANY FAcToRlEs - NORFOLK, VA. - WILSON, N. c. - LILLINGTON, N. c. s open house. Chemistry class performs routzn SEW THE BEST FOR LESS with fabrics from THE REMNANT SHOP South Tarboro Street at Ward Blvd. Phone 5422 Evelyn Robbinselwory Howard Benton COBB MOSS 8. SON I32-I34 S. Tarboro St. Piece Goods-Ready-to-Wear and Shoes WILSON DRUG COMPANY "THE OLD RELIABLE" SINCE I888 II4 S. Tarboro Street Phone 3I76 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA r :gig fagfj, 'JG N A :S 'f fi' ef Ai? 'X' Iorisf' Dial 2022 WILSON, Satisfaction with every transaction at G. S. TUCKER 8. CO., INC. NMISOn'S Oldest Furniture Store WILSON, N. C. WILSON DOUGHNUT SHOP 309 S. Tarboro Street FRESH DOUGHNUTS DAILY SERVICE GROCERY Known for Quality Meats Goldsboro Street Phone 3104 Sundifer-Butts Pontiac Co PONTIAC-CADILLAC VAUXHALL-STUDEBAKER SALES C1 SERVICE II5 S. Lodge Phone 7-IIII Confederate flags-Owr Southern H eritage. Welcome 1960 52 ef.. A WHITEHEAD INSURANCE AGENCY "Billy" 6 Noble Blockmon Allen 8. Walston Decorators INSURANCE 5' REAL ESTATE OF West NOSl'l Sffeel' Phone 2870 Wilson, N. C. iCiDl'll JW llll fl l l0l'lS Sl lilll ll' Compliments of l WDM PURITY BAKERY, INC. BELK-TYlER'S lf J "Wilson's Complete Shopping Center" Meet you at BRUCES Bridgers Paint and Wallpaper Co. -I-he Hot Dog King l25 S. Tarboro St. Phone 4428 Wilson, N. C. Art Supplies Complete Venetian Blind BRUCE'S HOT DOG STAND Sales and Semce 901 South Goldsboro St. Pittsburgh Paints and Supplies "Moke Your Point Problems Our Business BARBEE BROS. ESSO STATION WE BUY WRECKED AND BURN Highway 301 South 1203 S. Goldsboro Street "Happy Motoring" WILSON N C .l l'llQlW, JI' ED CARS AUTO SALVAGE COMPANY Phone 6l5'5 Industrial arts students take pride in new equipment. ...fitn- ,' es fur' L.. ' s HINNANT'S SCHOOL OF DANCE Established 1929 + + 205 Warren Street Phone 3781 .IOHN R. HARRISS - INSURANCE - Auto - Fire - Life - Hail Hospitalization 500 S. Goldsboro Street Phone 237-1719 Homecoming sponsors - games and broadcasts make sports scene. CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS R. E. QUINN 8. COMPANY FURNITURE or CHARACTER . 's 3 ewptng in llfwgofz QEEJELIVICEEUQ Jewezfy anal ELGIN -HAMILTON LUCIAN PICCARD WATCHES ATlANTlC POl1ieS, HQFSGS, Mules 8 We BUY ,Em Assocumou We SELL 'Em Geo. T. Stronoch, Jr., Sec'y-Treos. We TRADE 'Em O FORBES LIVESTOCK H9 South Goldsboro Street Tel. 4336 Wilson, N. C. WILSON, N. C. Filce girls model own creations. God and Country award to Scouts. S070h0m01'G Prom C0-Chalfmfm , f' 115' 6 sf' I. 5 ' LsL2e..ijJ1,Qf 'V iff. 1 MERCHANT DELIVERY SERVICE TRANSPORTATION IS ouk BUSINESS" Dial 5105 WILSON, N. C. Where There Is Vision And Courage There'll Always Be A Frontier. .WZWZZMZWM SIDNEY BLUMENTHAI. In CO. INC. Division of Burlington Industries, Inc. WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Mrs. John Benson presents certificates to honor students at Recognition Banquet. i 4 i H ei M . ,I 1 E Ll ffdx, ws M1 . V Q. N - ' , --M041 JA yi " G' 5 'fu "liz if-"T MEET YOU AT Compliments of THIE CRIEAMIERY B. 1. H IGH INSULATION COMPANY THICK SHAKES 7I2 Goldsboro Street CURB SERVICE Phone 237-0103 Anderson, Deans 8. Woodard, Inc. WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY GENERAL IN I25-I27 S. Goldsboro Street Phone 237-3028 FURNITURE SURANCE AND BONDS I924-I960 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA WILSON, N. C. Key-Keyette Scholastic Recognition Banquet. W7 V . , A- I 4 2-1.12.2i1Q.L ' I + 'A T ' .,,i .. . . . -.. IV gm A INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE CARRIERS - CARGO INSURED BARNES TRUCK LINE, INC. WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Phone Z37-3I47 I.C.C. No. 7640 TERMINALS: Baltimore, Md. Portsmouth, Va. Phone MUrdock 7-6570 Phone EXport 9-5331 "A Load on our truck is a Load oft your mind" WILSON PETROLEUM COMPANY J. L. BARNES, President Stunt Night,1959,affords enjoyment for all. WOMAN'S SHOP LADIES READY-TO-WEAR GOSSARD CORSETS Nash Street .Ioyner's Funeral Home Telephone 237-3197 AMBULANCE SERVICE 107 N. Pine Street WILSON, N. C. CAROLINA CASUALS, INC. Manufacturers of LADIES BLOUSES 211-219 E. Barnes Street BAIlEY'S JEWELRY DIAMONDS-WATCHES-J EWELRY EXPERT WATCH REPAIR 109 S. Goldsboro St. Phone 243-2617 WILSON, N. C. Compliments of The Boykin Grocery Co., Inc. Wholesale Grocers Phones 243-2131 - 243-2132 400 E. Green Street WILSON, N. C. P. l. Woodard 8. Company, Inc. GENERAL MERCHANTS High Grade Fertilizers and Farm Supplies 108-10 E. Barnes St. RICKS' AMOC0 SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR 400 West Nash Street WILSON, N. C. Moore's Auto Body and Paint Shop Automobile and Truck Painting Body and Fender Repairing Phone 3341 211 South Pine Street An excited cfrowd watches the Cycs surge onward. CHERRY HOTEL WILSON, N. C. Headquarters For Banquets, Parties, Dances, Wedding Functions WAYSIDE MOTEL Mory ond Willie Minschew Owner G Mcmoger 2 Miles South of Wilson, N. C. T.V. Lounge, Air Conditioned Restaurant Next Door AAA .phone 2144 Congress and Diners' Club O E T T I N G E R ' S Department Store AND CUU RSE BEHINDCREAMERY lVIen's Store Wilson's Leading Store Since 1869 "Putt your troubles away at the Putt-Putt" A tense Cyc bench! S. Godwin leads band in parade DICK'S HOT DOG STAND Since 1921 Congratulations and best wishes to the Seniors of 1959- 1960 Lee S. Gliarmis, Owner-Manager W. W. Furniture 8. Appliance Co Mercury Outboard Motors Barbour, Glasspar, Albright and Carolina Boats COX TRAILERS 230 South Torboro Street Use Fresh Foods Frozen Stay DEANS FARM EGGS Fresh at Phone 5418 WllSON FEED MlllS, INC. ADA'S BEAUTY SHOP 1407 Grove Street Phone 243-5710 FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS, INC. Seasonal goodness, for keeps CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 'eo MlllS CON-O-llTE VAULT CO. J. E. PROVO CO. T. l. HERRIN6 8. CO. Plumbing 6' Heating - Air Conditioning Soles-CONTRACTING-Service WHOLESALE MEA-I-S Dial 4252 WILSON, N. C. WILSON N C Night 3127 7-0754 I Soqohomores enjoy entertainment and refreshments at Prom. WAYNE DAIRY, INC. Home or FINE DAIRY Pnooucrs Produced on Nearby Farms Fresher-More Delicious Glass Bottles or Paper Containers WILSON N. C. Visit our beautiful dairy store 501 Raleigh Road Dial 5160 for home delivery VE I wlTH U5' DRYCLEANER S St"N HUNT' dry cleaning 243-3148-Ambulance Service-243-3149 .f at its finest You'Il be lhrilled wilh the new beauty in every garment. Clothes look new longer. Not-so-new clothes LOOK NEW again! Try STAwNU TODAY! Costs you nothing extra .llNlNllE DEMPSEY, Inc We clidnft make it-but we had alot of fun! CHARLES CAROLINA IAUNDRY AND CIEANERS, INC. SANITONE DRY CLEANING The Store of Savings FUR STORAGE C-ARMENT STORAGE WILSON, N. C. Tarbore and Kenan Streets WILSON, N. C. HOME BUIlDER'S SUPPLY CO. ,, C .I - T5 ith "rm Pfeemiy we Om'I'mm 0 Q Old Black Creek Road .hone 4225 AND somzmue KENNEL WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA C. C. BE N LADY Hun BEAUTY SHOP NW 3' SONS Lee Street Architects and Engineers Owned ond Operated by IZO N. Tarboro St. MTS. N. HERBERT'S Pure Service Center Bring the Family PURE OIL PRODUCTS Washing-Lubrication-Accessories For a Treat Wheel Balancing-Road Service P. O. Box IIOZ Highway 301-South DAIRY QUEEN WILSON, N. c. Phone 7-9549 Herbert W. Prndgeri, Owner F'.B.L.A. furnishes baby sitters on P.T.A. nights. Majorettes dolled up for Homecoming THE GEORGIAN ROOM 409 West Nash Street WILSON, N. C. Women's Wearing Apparel HERRlNG'S DRUG STORE Prescriptions A Specialty John W. Gresham Nash Street Phone 243-2151 WILSON, N. C. DOWN TOWN FLORAL SHOP 123 North Douglas Street THOMAS-YELVERTON COMPANY BETTER FURNITURE Funeral Directors-Embalmers WILSON, N. C. Ambulance Service Flowers for all OCCBSIOITS Phone 243-3121 phone 5375 WILSON, N. C. DOTTY lows United TV 8. Electronics Service Co. WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA I07 South Goldsboro Street 416 South Goldsboro Street W"-SON' N- C- Phone 243-3088 Infant thru junior Charles R. Howell Bob Boyette Residence Phone 5486 Residence Phone 7-2397 POWELL SUPPLY CO., INC. Compliments of YOUR Ford Tractor and Equipment Dealer WILSON. N- C- WlLSON'S LEADING VARIETY STORE Phones 237-2633-243-4366 Box 42 Baptist Bell Choir entertains students at Christmas. Two Stores in Wilson Compliments Ot SMITH WAREHOUSES WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA "For Treats in Eats" Visit MURPHY'S DRIVE-IN Ward Boulevard WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA FORBES TRANSFER CO. WILSON, N. C. Students 'relax at 1959 Junior-Senior. fl For Your Wedding Gown or Evening Gown lucielIe's Bridals and Formals "Everything for the Bride and Bridesmaid" ZI9 East Nash Street Phone 340I WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA ALUMINUM SIDING-JALOUSIE WINDOWS INSULATION-STORM DOORS SIDING-FENCES l'I I G l'l ' S , IN C . I200 Herring Ave. Dial 243-ZI77 Ed FUQF' Next to the radio station JESSE I'IiQI'i Meet and Greet Your Friends at ROSE'S Sc and IOc STORE WILSON ELECTRIC CO., INC. Sales HOTPOINT Service Sylvania East Nash Street Phone R. T. Fish WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA WILSON, N. C. I24 S. Goldsboro St. Phone: Day 6957 Wilson, N. C. Night 4035 MOSS BICYCLE SHOP scHwiNN-coLuMBlA WILSON, N. C. RICE'S MEN SHOP Our Specialties Are FORMAL WEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES George F. Rice Frank Rice Look Your Best Visit CITY BARBER SHOP IIS South Goldsboro St. Robbins Jewelry 8. Music jewelry, Musical Instruments, Records C1 Watch Repairing II4 S. Goldsboro St. WILSON, N. C. ic display in Chemistry Class. Officers' of National Honor Societ 'QP Phone 7-91 ll Burretfs Printing House ' WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Wedding Invitations Our Specialty AlFORD'S Gmc Day Service 216 Raleigh Road SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE AT LENS. DEPARTMENT STORE AND WEAR WITH PRIDE WILSON, N. C. Phone 237-2810 Boys help put in bleachers. Time out for shoe tying GROWER'S C0-OPERATIVE Established 1932 WAREHOUSE, INC. For the sale of Leaf Tobacco D E N N Y ' S WILSON, N. C. Jewelers We Pay Patronage Dividends Box 247 Phone 5097 WILSQNI N, C, PARKER'S BAR-B-Q lEE'S FOOD STORE FRIED CHICKEN, STEAKS SERVICE-SAVINGS OYSTERS-ANY STYLE I29 Pettigrew Street Highway 301 South WILSON. N. C. WILSON, N- C. Read the STORKS NEST Ralph L. rake High School From Infants to Teens and In Between News in the H1-een Columnff Written by Patricia Horne IIO S. Tarboro St. Phone 4925 in the WILSON, N. C. WIlSON DAILY TIMES F O O For a complete line in fabrics, , , , notions, and patterns-Come to :U L F I E Kms-size FABRIC sHoP lid 4 canon 204 word Blvd. ' Between Tarboro St. ond Winsteod School STANDARD Owned ond Ooeroted Bv Beckv Clark Q Q ff amd' Phone 7-1660 , fmon BARNES-HARREll CO. We-'F Our Band and Cycs entertain fans. H M... ' ,Y V A . . I wif! Lffifi, . 'I' ' .P J ' -161' y r- ii f.-2.2 if BROWN 0Il C0., INC. PURE OIL PRODUCTS WHITlEY'S ELECTRIC SERVICE CONTRACTING i L. P. Gas-Sales-Appliances and Service WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Dial 237-0126 Phone 237-0135 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA A. C. loyner Telephone 243-5395 Joyner's Memorial Company I I I I CEMETERY MEMORIALS 301 Highway South of Wilson Juniors sell football programs to fans. F. Galloway fights for extra yardage ART CIOTHING STORE 107 E. Nash Street I'IEMBY'S BEAUTY SALON 207 E. Vance Street WILSON, N. C. WILSON, N. C. MVC Eileillr, ll Ellimfull FOR "We need your head in our business LAD AND DAD. Phone 2083 Jefferson Appliance Company Your Local L. P. Cas Dealer Barnes Street Wilson, N. C. GEO. H. BARNES TIN SHOP ROOFING-SHEET METAL OF ALL KINDS Heating and Air Conditioning 212 S. Lodge Street Dial 4146 I Wfppfl ' Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. WILSON, N. C. I sHiP 'N snons Nash Street West, Wilson, N. C. Telephone 6972 Charcoal Steaks Seafoods Catering to Parties-Large and Small SUlllVAN'S RADIO 8. TV SERVICE 1307 S. Tarboro Street Ext. TOMMY'S GULF SERVICE South Tarboro Street WILSON, N. C. P. O. B 3014 . . ox Students, bring the family car out "We Repair All Makes af Radios G Televisions and fin it up Phone 6383 D.O. class assembles for formal pictwre. Visit Jo-Ann's for the most versatile selection of sportswear, dresses, and all fine wearing apparel. .IO-ANN'S WILSON, N. C. II7 W. Nash Street Phone 4l23 Newton Mutual Insurance Agency ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE Office Phone 237-0235-Res. Phone 243-3933 l-l E NCWTOH 209 National Bank Building WILSON, N. C. VAUGHAN'S JEWEIERS WATCH ES-DIAMON DS RECORDS-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS II9 S. Tarboro Street Phone 243-5707 WILSON, N. C. Walter S. Hines Barber Shop IIS S. Douglas Street 'Our Service is a Wilson Tradition" THE AVENUE GARDENS CARGIll, Incorporated FLORIST Specialists in Serving Florist Telegraph Delivery Agriculfure 202 Park Ave. DICI 243-2257 WILSON, N. C. STALLINGS PRINTERS "Quick Service and Better Printing" Dial 243-338'I Wilson, N. FORBES SERVICE CENTER 204 W. Nash Street Telephone 4658 PURE OIL PRODUCTS Wheel Balancing fr Generator Work Bear Alignment Machine Home Ee. students model their handiwork. Reminder of F.H.A. Mother-Daughter banquet ' rate' 'E P' -1 FIETEII SIA! LISABETH'S LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR 220 E. Nash Street WILSON, N. C. RALEIGH ROAD GROCERY 511 Raleigh Road Phone 6119-6110 FREE DELIVERY LINSTONE, INC. QUALITY CONCRETE PRODUCTS HOLIDAY HILL STONE MIAMI AWNING WINDOWS WILSON, N. C. Johnson Fumiture Store R, A. Grady, Jr., Mgr l20 South Goldsboro Street Wilson-Phone 3050 MORRISON'S DRUG STORE "Prescriptions a Specialty" IZI N. Douglas Street Moro-ss from Wooflorcl-Herring HospifoII B-K SALES 8. SERVICE FRIGIDAIRE HOUSEHOLD AND COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING 3I9 E. Barnes Street Phone 3136 Phone 7-I296 Wilson, N. C. Phone 7-II4I THE IMPERIAL TOBACCO COMPANY lOf Great Britain and Ireland, Limitedi WMON' N' C' MILLWORK COMPANY WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Studious Romana! "Daddy-0 Polk" and the boys. Bookkeeping projects THE TOWN SHOP Street and Cocktail Dresses Phone Day 7-1531 Night 2903 LITTLE FLOWER SHOP Flowers Speak For You Sportswear We Deliver Nash SfI'9e1' WIISOI1, Street WILSON, N. C. GILL'S RADIO AND TELEVISION W E B B ' S 207 East Green Street RADIO-TELEVISION-SOUND "Service For Your Pleasure" WILSON SHOE STORE your patronage appreciated SEE Mae HoIIoweII's Beaut Sho . y P L. C. Woodull Furniture "Where there is plenty of parking space" For 1308 W. Nash Street LEONARD REFRIGERATORS WILSON, N. C. EASY WASHERS DUO-THERM HEATERS Dial 6046 . Air-Conditioned Phone 4314 Wilson, N. C. WALTON W. SMITH BUILDING CONTRACTOR 128 E. Ward Blvd. Phone 2380 Platform guests at November P.T.A. Prospective students for E.C.C Your Friendly STARLITE ll8 N. Tarboro Street WILSON, N. C. WILSON, N. C. "PROTECTION-SERVICE Where DEPENDABILITYN "C-ood Movies Are Always More Fun" THE ANNEX WiIson's Favorite ,q Meeting Place "Im IIWC Iwfiarf of dfiwrwtownm 'lOl-IOS East Nash Street WILSON, N. C. C I' t f HOUSE sum MARKET Om ...mm me-to-HOUSE,. Jones Bnomfns s. commiv for the Best! CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Shop SELF-SERVICE at Less! Box 1454 l502 West Nash Street WILSON N. C. Rainbow officers for 1959-60. Goodbye books! lf' . X . , if I fini ff Yi , I ff: g I div a 5 i""-s. WILLIAMS LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS "We sell everything to build anything WILSON, N. C. Dial 6I0l MATTHEWS I. BOYKIN, JR. GENERAL CONTRACTOR N. C. License No. 2054 WILSON, N. C. R. E. TOWNSEND 8. COMPANY REAL ESTATE--INSURANCE I07 North Douglas Street WILSON,N.C. i2'EEE:g3 - QE E'?:5EE 5552? 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