Fike High School - Accolade Yearbook (Wilson, NC)

 - Class of 1961

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Lg ," 1 111 Ai 1 II 7 Ag'io11Q is f1c'Jic'ntezY A Miss Virginia Kzzmvles, on Athletic Hmm' Dm',f11vm'fIs fw1IL'6'l'IL'l7lI0l'Sf01'fIZPf1' CO77Sff717f szzpport mmf school spiril. KATHRYN YVEHB Iluwwug SPENSI5 Dlum' LiUIil3ERI,Y Slum LYNN RILI-ix' Pu' VVINNOHNI5 AIAHY TVHOIXIAS PATSY POXVELIA XIIRCHNIA Rwowuas .IANIE BAKER BONNIE Rfumas ' , bg U', edf x flood boosting lends to the Cfmsrzpimzslzip gmm' j7lllv1'CLJ fry Cyclozzu CfIlt'I1HI7S. U 'f1itfic'Izl Luv, IJVYHII Hfzjor, sais the jmcc. Alrs. E. Cj1'ITll7lL'j' sociulizex lriifz fzcr stzulwzis, SUllIUfilIICS. 3 4 7 fx 1 Excitezlzwzt . . . Purmfcs . . . Cflmzmzrr . . , UVIYVIIHIHII Ilzlym . . . D. Elliott and ul. Uflsmz, ,Uujm'vttcs. W 5 Q - UI. Ht7VI7UlH' mmi T. P1'iJlQw1 mzrt fm' tflu Sfflcllilllll. b5LJoJBmII1w, amdfadvmedf bg ' gcookf V l liixcifvil mul fillvu' ll'lilI iiiiticipiitimi . . . swzifirs try mi caps limi' goniizsfjzist for si1c.' lt'uft'i'ciiii1 iiiilrmic? . . . Sc11im'girlsr1slz, "ls it uwrili it?" gf , l W 'f f XZ , 7, 'fi fin 1 f Z .. ..- V- '7P.'1'-fr 1, 5713 ? hx . WYE .3 g Z. X 0'- Qi? '4'.- ' i -4 ,wil V-1 School in August . . . nuns hnolxs, ncu' suhjccts, neu laccs , . . scrinus scninrs, jolly juniors, salicnt snphos innrcs . . . clcctinn ycar . . . politics hot . . . tolcrancc qucstinnctl . . . hand wclcmncs l. F. K .,.. Qctohcr weather '... chccrlcaclcrs anti majorcttcs forever practicing . . . foothall gamcs . . . a championship non . . . Dugpatch fun . . . conccrn for othcrs- il,llLll'lli5giVll'lg anal Christmas oppnrtunitics . . sccrcts in thc air . . . scniors' New Ycar's clancc . . . tcsts to stuclx' for . . . exams, a curse . . . honor so- cictv for somc . . ncvcr CI1Clil'lU work on the ACCO- , ' 3 rank . . . snow and rain and slcct-wcathcr . . . thc First spring clay with its jonquils and camcllias . . . scninrs rncasuring for caps and gowns . . . invitations to thc Kcy Cluh clancc . . . clatcs for lr:Sr. . . . thc hurry, thc hustlc in thc halls . . . strains of music and cliscorcl from thc hand room . . . hells marking thc hcginning anal thc cncl . . . cchocs in the hall . . . cchncs in thc mincl , . . cchocs whcn thc year is 0'cr, vihratc in the mcmory. 13001: CDNE BOOK '1 'wo 130014 '11IfIREE Book Foun Bom: FIVE .xdafminidfrafion PAGES 1 V19 CKCLJJQJ Pmzus 2061 .f4fALfic:5 PAc:ES 6281 .xgcfivified PAGES 82-111 .xgcluerfiziemen fd 1 PALQES 112-139 Our Senior ,11yste1'l1' Girl, 13. I'1lY1lZl.'S, serves lzw' 00111111111 in t11u United Fzzml Drive Excitcrlzezzf of 11 f'1'171Ct71 F1'iu'wy Umfx with f0o11m11gfm1c at Jziglzt . . . Pep Hn11y closes T110 day ni sC1m01 Masterfui in his lnuiqing of men . . . Ahie to inspire the tiesire to win . . . Reserved anti dignified in manner . . . Kind in his eure, and judgment of others . . . Lovni to his profession . . anti tt-it-nds . . . ingenious in trying new plans . . . Nohie in purpose, with strength from within . . NVQ honor Couch Muritliii, and cle tiieute to him . . . This reeorti of our memories . . . meh Holwrt P11111 iilfzrfzlizz riries in trizuizpfi lifter vietorif .A ,fa ff, , , 4, ,S W in ,W fm , ma, , , Y, 6 I 1 , if 7 45415 1, - fx by I ixx zt7MbW,Nf.:.NM1,,.fg5fi A S Eb' A A Of ff , X f MV. C, S. Ufilfarzl 1!CL'1'1fCVD, S1l17L'V' ilIfC1IlIl.'llf, grccfs tcncllcrs. lfirsi l'.'I'.A. Social llfmr in cujc' tcria, in Uctolvcr. BOOK ONE cclmcs of tfzc lcmfcrs . . parents, tcnclzcrs, L'.XL'L'lf1il'CS . . irectorx, cnzrzzsclors, friends . , . cu Sf'L'lZilI1Q Ircttur IVHIYS . . . plmzzzizzg and l'L'tQZlIt1filIlQ . . . giving mzsclfislzlq' their timc in scrvicc . , . VL'C'L'il'i1IL1 pmisc mul criticism . . . QllftlillglllltifL'lIClIfIZvQ,1C'l7LIill!Qt111cI l7l151IilI4Q. . li'U1',liII.Q lvclzimf flu' sccucs. Hrs. jcmz JOIZIISOIZ solicits SllI7SC1'il7fiUlIS fmuz HIV. mul Mrs. I, P. Uhlstrzzl. Typical tcaclzers' uzcetiug fopposife pngd 5. l 5 S T All teachers are counselors, but ilzesv Mrs. Meeks, Mrs. Nfilliforcl, mul Hrs. Cfrcelcnzore prepare 1velHm'1m1CecY ruezfls. rcfmfor spccinl services. Mrs. Iolmsorz, Lilnrnrimz, issues books to 13. Dzzmz and S. Flowers, Miss D. Thorne looks 011. Mrs. H. lgllllltlflll, secretory, keeps flu' officcg Izvlpvrs mm' IL. Pfzitcrsou, H. fzfcfzs, mul il, Halls. Uqzrip R. Smlzcil with szfpplivs. School storu ZIH4.'llU'tllIfS, I-. Ixl1ll'l'tlH'11lIlY CQ. xVL'tIl'L'V ,,"f ,.. ,,,.. LM "HIL, Mn. CQ. Il. ,Xmms Cflzuimzuxz of I3o4 1raf Mn. .l. H. XVALTERS llirwtor of IIlXfl'I1CfiUll Mn. Cl. VVILLARD Sll17f,'l'ilIf6'lZLlGl1f of City Schools Secretary of Board of Enlzrcatimz NR. C. H. ADAMS MRS. -I. XM. BENSON MRS. E. B. JORDAN DR. E. C. NEELAND Mn. R. E. KIRKLAND, JR MR. H. B. PLYLER, In. Mn. Cl. C. XIICK u BOARD OF EDUCATION 7 MRS. BETTY S. ABERNATHY East Carolina College: M.A.-Science: Science Club Adviser: Senior Class Adviser Miss LELA Aveoex VVo1nan's College of the University of North Carolina: AB.-English: Quill and Scroll Adviser: ACCOLADE Editorial Staff Adviser: Counselor: Senior Class Adviser RAvix1oND H. BABELAY Richmond Professional Institute: B.Mus.: Director of Bands and Choir Mas. ELLA WEL1.s BEAMAN VVUID2l1l'S College of the University of North Carolina: A.B.-Science: Science Cluh Adviser: Sophomore Class Ade viser Mas. -IEANETTE ATKINS Bnoolts Aleredith College: A.B.-Collillieleial Subjects: Senior Class Adviser Mus. lXlILDRED ll. BULLARD Columbia University: BLA.-Home Economics: Future Homemalcers Cluh Adviser: Sophomore Class Adviser Mus. E'l'1iEL V. ClRAVVI.EY East Carolina College: lXI.A.-English: Counselor: Future Teachers Club Adf viser: Senior Class Adviser Mus. hlIlUAIXl M. lJLlNN Atlantic Christian College: A.B.-Span- ish: Spanish C luh Adviser: Junior Class Adviser ciILl5ER'l' Dout:LAs FERRELL Atlantic Christian College: A.B.-Social Studies: Coach: 'Iunior Class Adviser s Lu s I7 coll g 1 my zmforlif l7iOlO'Q'1'ClUSS, H. Forbes, Hrs. Ne it stus um L on JI ll L 'fl 5 limzetler and C. lflflzite Sfl!Llj't'ICl1l11'f1'0VALfC-3116 LIZ I zu ff I to z tmzts o sample leaves. 111 llrs. IUCYIZ ll17l'I'lSSl office l7l.llCfiCf,, cl11ss, Ill. E. D111111 illrs, 1llil1i1'01lB11ll111'1l,7111111000111111111ics1011cl101',s111101'1'is0s slzmrs B. CDIVUII lzoui 10 11111 fl 1iic11Il1el1 011 fl lllCfZlj7l1Ol7L'. 11s lr. lfllells, I.. lD1'1111'1', llOll'L'Il tlllll fl. Prince 11111140 MIss' LOUISE XV. PIKE East Carolina Collegeg M.A.-Business Educationg Future Business Leaders Ad- viserg Junior Class Adviser Mus. lX'l1xIIv K. FLEBIINC Dulce University: A.B.-Social Studies: junior Class Adviser Miss JEWEL B. GAY East Carolina Collegeg BS.-English: French Club Adviserg Sophomore Class Adviser Mas. ANNE Nl. GLOVE!! East Carolina College: A.B.-Business Educationg Sophomore Class Adviser MRS. FLORA J. HANCIIROW East Carolina College: hl.A.-lXlatlIc- Inaticsg Counselorg junior Class Arla viser Mus. AIEAN A. lrlmmrss East Carolina Collegeg hl.A.-Business Education: Future Business Leaders Ad- viser: Senior Class Adviser Mus. NlELLIE P. llICII Atlantic ClIristian Collegeg BS.- Scienceg Sophomore Class Adviser MISS CLYDE HUNTER VVoman's College University of North Carolina: A.B.-Mathernaticsg National Honor Society Adviserg Senior Class Adviser MES. JEAN T. JOHNSON Atlantic Christian Colleffe' A.B.-Li- hrarian P3 1 117001811 dresses. - s 1? , s-In 1 l l l l l l1' Il iz 1 5 i l l V 55 Z, 1 Q ii V! E1 Q, gi 21 54 51 Yi ii 'I 11 I I l 1 l gil i l S S Fooilmll tcrilis in Sptiitislz ftiscizzotu Hrs. litztlzleeu Putter- Coriclz Hill llfeir seems to he coforiliimtor in tlzis tis soifs Spitzzislz II stzztlcizts, H. Btiritcs, IC. llleltlt, tzizti' sion on tlzc' comiizg election. H. lace, F. Mitcl1ell,7 at Eatuzmz, as they study tlzeuz on the 17051612 ley, mul P. Hell participate. W! mv! MISS Vmcsitsua KNOWLES East Carolina College: ll.A.4Social Stuclic-sg Keyette Club Aclviserg ACCO- I.,-KDE Business Staff Aclviserg Senior Class Adviser STANLEY llixnorn Lixixiixi University of North Carolinag Nl.Ecl.- Social Stuclies: Dean of Boysg Key Cluh Aclviscr: .lunior Class Aclvisc-r ROBERT PAUL lXlARKLIN East Carolina Clollcve' NIA Social Stuclics Phsslcal Education Heacl Football Conch Sophomoi Cliss Acl user Miss liATTII: NOBLE XX oman s Colle.,c ot thc Unixcrsitx North Carolina A B Latin Dean C lrls Sophomore Cliss Aclxl cr Miss lu CJVERTON Unixersits ot North Carollnl MA l:nUl1sh Pike H17 ttf Aclxiser unior Class Aclxiser lXIP.s IXATHLEILN E PA11EP.soN Unix crsity ot Nc ith Carolina Spanish, Spanish C lub Aclxiscr Sopho more Class Aclx iser C11IBhP.i A Ross Tcachcrs Cuollc YE Columbia Unixcr sits lXlA lnclustiiil Arts Athletic Business hlanager Sopliomorc Class Aclxisci Mas SARXH B SKINNER Atlantic Christian Collegc A B Nlatheinatics Sophomorc Class Aclxiser ALSEX THCJNIA9 STOTT Atlantic Christian Colle c AB D1 xersiticcl Occupations Student Coun til Adusci Senior Class Aclxiser c. f . ,I , i . .-t K it ,- 1 X X 1 I W 4 if , C L ic.. .1 - .,.f , f . i A . , o T . . . 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Sclmtlu, H. llfilkizzs, 13. Cola, mul T. Quinn participate. Miss Lu Overton assists stzuleuts at their flasks in English Illg otlzcrs Complete l'I poster tzlvozit 1ll0CllETlI mlvcrtisizzg. -'Y""' 'E as QW, 114' Aflrs. Ivan Tlmlzms is Illllilllij, ti time iwitizzg in lzw' tztpi X, class. Stzztlwzis in tlzc f'Ul'L'!QVUZllIll fm' lt. llfzztsflzl, lr. Cage mm' f. Htlizimcls. l 71L'1lII7l6', ill. IJKLOIIAQ, fl. llf,t7fSOH, ill. l30su'ell, um ,llrs. Rettv fllvcwmtlzv oliserw Ilia' alactmlvsis of miter in chemistry' class. 4 H w,..,,,mMWu JSQN 1 145' 1 A H J 1 1 mu 1 'X 1 f f QW warm. s ms. 5.9-Z r.. . WXUZ4- Wfdx 1 X .47 7 S: N z f 'W f,.. Z . , Z X X X K ,gf XOV I f, VZ V Z W H7110 is Conelz rwarklizz for? A typieul crzfeterizz seem' g ,pail W' ' 4., .. BQOK TWO l I g. + A77 ly! if K-'mf ll- U.-,: , my f. ' ' f l f E , . k J . N -"H," .1 .'. x-...4l.Q-- 4' ' ""' the struggles . . . the sutisllreticmrr . . . the fun the sor'rows . . . the happiness . . . the joys the inspiration . . . the friends all remuncl in elussroom memories meeting together to learn gr little and talk ll lut IINIIL' Snzfree of all our H1isc'l'j' . . . cxmrls Sfzrdeufs head for f0llVflZ periml class fopposite pngel fmlwm feacllz . . 5fm!e,,f6 LW, . . MWJ5 fef . Plzvsics SYZHIHIZTS experi111e11t with water lHS17ItICL'7lIU17T and Specific gl'fZl'if,l' izz JUVS. fU7Cl'IIt7fll1"S Class. XM.. A couzplicnfefl process . . Dist1'ilmti01z of grade cards 1 ,, ri ' i 1 rr W X N W r r 1 E 5 1 i C i ll Perizzarzezzf recora's . . . an endless clzore i Stiwlerits Create a mood in their informal essays in Afliss Aycoclis 2 i college preparatory Erigiisii class. ,M " ' 's srzicieuls azemorize tile Preamble Linn CLZ1'iSf1llUS AQC01ll6I'1'jf 171'0jL'CfS speak for iivllffllilggllyes . . Miss Hunter, teacher . . , Air. Azzge, practice-teacizer. Report earii time . . . smiles or tears? Sw Nm 33 , 'N- 'Y Af 6 rw P 'S 4' i ' 4 fx HMM Q W fm Uilrlnknsz C-Hlllllill Ihimw. XN'4ml, Pmwll. amd Luuxf IJVISERSZ Hurriss, Knmvlcs, Bmuln, Sturt, Aycuck, Crzawlcy, Huntcr, and ZXhL'I'llilfllf' SENIOR OFFICERS Presiflczzt Num, Uwxon X7fCL"P1'L'SilIL'lIf BONNIE RMNES SCL'l'C'ZLlIVj' Pxlsx' POWELL 'Fl'c.'l7Slll'L'V NEHHEIMI VVARD SL'l'.Qt'tlllf'tIf'fXT11IS ROBEITI' LUCAS SENIOR ADVISERS MRS. l3E1'1'Y ABERNATHY Mus. ,IEAN HARRISS MISS LELA LXYCUCK A1188 CTLYDE I lUN'I ER Mus. .lEANET'l'12 BROOKS IXIISS Vmu1N1fx Kwowufs MRS. ETIIEL CSRAVVLEY Mn. PISHOAIAS STOTT SENIORS CiEORGE llAcRNEY ADAMS lxey Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Coll' 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: llonor Day .Xwartl 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Monogram Club 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: 'lag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2. 3: liloat Committee 3: Stuclent Council Nominating Committee: Stunt Night Coutt. lX IARIE l2l.,IZABETll .tX1x1ERSoN Choir 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: lfuture Business Leatlers of :America 3, 4: llomeroom c,l'llL'L'I' 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: 'ling Day 4. lDRES'I'ON BRYAN IXSKEVV Key Club 3, 4: l7ootball Manager 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: llonor Day .Xwartl 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 4: Monogram Club: Science Club 2, 3, 4: llomeroom Officer 2, 4: Tag Day 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: lfloat Commit- tee 3. SHELBY JEAN zXSKEVV Choir 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3: Future Business Leatlers of .Xmerica 4: Future llomemakers of ,Xnteriea 4. CJONNOR CBVVENS BAKER Baseball Manager 2, 3, 4. JAN1E BJAE BAKER Bantl l, 2, 3: Cheerleader 4: S'unt Night 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. lJOUGLAS PAUL BARBOUR Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Bus Driver 3, 4. VVINFORD EARL HARBOUR Bantl l, 2, 3, 4: Future Business Lcatlers of ,Xmeriea 4: Science Cltlb 4: llomeroont Officer 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Jttnior-Senior Honors 2: 'lag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Editorial Staff of .Xc1eoLADE 4: Senior Superlatiye. BA RBARA JEAN BAREFUOT Stutlent Council 3: Stunt Night 3, 4: l7u'ure Business Leaders of America 4: l7uture Teachers of Xnterica 3, 4: liuture llomemakers of Amer- iea 3: Spanish Club 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: 'lag Day 3. 4: Prom Committee 3: Float Com- mittee 3: Editorial Staff of .XCt'0I.ADt1 4: Stunt Night Court. CiI.ORIA BlYRA BARKER Kcyette Club 4: Intramural Baslxetball l, 2: Stunt Night 3, 4: llonor Day .-Xwarcl 3: l7uture Business Leaders of ,Xmerica 2: Future lloine- makers of .America 3: Snanish Club 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3: llomeroom Officer 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3: Prom Committee: Float Committee 3. Co-Chairman 3: Filce Hi-Zette Staff 3, 4: Senior Supervisor 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Student Council Nominating Com- mittee 1. ALTON STANCIL BARNES Bantl l, 2, 3, -l: Key Club 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 3, 4: Class Officer 3: Stunt Night Com- mittee 3: SpaniSh Club 2, 3, Officer 3: Science Club 3: Homecoming Co-Chairman 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Com- mittee 2, 3: Erlitor-in-Chief of Fike Ili-Zette 4: Student Council Nominating Committee 1: Senior Superlative: Stunt Night Co-Chairman 4: Stunt Night Court. EDVVARD CiRAY BARNES, JR. Bantl l, 2: liootball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Xlonogrant Club 4: Iloineroom Officer 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale. JAMES FLETCHER BARNES Bancl l, 2: French Club 2, 3: Science Cilllll 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Busi- ness Staff of BXCCOLADE 4. JERRY lXl0NROE BARNES Banrl 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale. PERRY JDELANO BARNES, JR. Key Club 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3: 4: Honor Day Award l, 2, 3, 4: Mono- gram Club 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 4: Prom Committee 3. X! F4994 zgc Twcrzly-szx W 'SA ' Aw f Wi' be EZ 1 f 'XA' 37. .M ,,.4 , X ,Q ' f .W A Q A ' 4 t i i if fi' QV! X 7 ,v.', , -A I . . A . ,S .f .V wtf , N", ,f A f if ' f' K Z A . ' .tv I W' af C A- f g f, I Z ff f My s Af ff? M N3 f f M A Y . SENIORS RICHARD CARLTCJN BARNES Key Club 4: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4: Iunior Light Bulb Sale: Prom Com- mittee 3: Senior Superlativc: Stunt Night Court. Bot' RAWLINCS BARNES lfootball 3, 4: Ilomeroom Officer: junior Light Bulb Sale. lX1YRTLE LINDA BASS Choir 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: Future llomemakers of .Xmerica 4: Ilomeroom Officer l: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3: Li' brary Assistant 4. RICHARD VVHITFIELD BASS lxey Club 3, 4: Student Council 3: Football I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2: Track l, 2, 3, 4: Mono- gram Club 3, 4: Tag Day 3: Prom Committee 3. IO-IXNN BA'r'rS Band l: Choir 3, 4: Future Il0l11Cl1llllxCl'S of Xmcrica 4: junior Light Bulb Sale. Boalst' Cil.ENN BEA NION Band I, 2, 3, 4: Futurc Business Leaders of .Xmcrica 4: French Club l: junior Light Bulb Sale. DKJNNIE FREDERICK BEAN Diversified Occupations. QIARLTON LERoY BELAND Band l, 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Honor Day Awards l, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Monogram Club 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: llomerooni Officer 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Prom Com- mittee 3: Float Committee 2, 4: Marshal 2. PATRICIA CILYN BELL Band l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball l: Stunt Night 3, 4: Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Ilomeroom Officer l, 4: junior Light Bulb Sale: Prom Committee 3. EL1NoR lo BENTON Band l. 2, 3: Intramural Basketball l: Stunt Night 3: Future Business Leaders of America 2. 3, 4, Officer 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: llomeroom Officer 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Busif ness Manager of ACCOLADE 4. HENRY EDVVIN BENTON, JR. Football l, 2, 3. CIONNIE lX"lACK BISSETTE Future Business Leaders of America 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 4, -IABIES IIILLARY BLACK, IV French Club 2: Science Club 2: Tag Day 3: Prom Committee 2, 3. JENNY SCOTT BLACKAIAN Band l, 2, 3, 4: Keyette Club 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Fu- ture Business Leaders of America 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Futu1'e llomemakers of America 3: Science Club 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3, 4: Business Staff of ACCOLADE 4: Student Coun- cil Nominating Committee l, 3: Senior Superla- IIYC. LINDA BLALOCK Choir 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 3: Future Home- makers of America 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 4. BETSY CARROLL BOONE Band I5 Choir 45 Stunt Night 1: French Club 35 Spanish Club 45 Tag Day 45 Prom Commit- tee 35 I-'ike Hi-Zettc Staff 45 Senior Superlative. JIINE EARLE BOSWELL Choir 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 liuturc Business Leaders of America 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Future lloinemakers of Amer- ica 45 Ilomeroom Officer 3: Junior Light Bulb Salc5 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 25 Float Committee 3, 4. lX'lARY CATIRIERINE BUSWELI. Band l, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 35 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Science Club 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Prom Committee 2: Float Commit- lec 4. lVlELVIN C3RAY BOWEN Band l, 2, 3, 45 Fu'ure Business Learlers ol' America 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Business Staff of ACCOLADE. SHERRON VVINSTEAD BOYD Band l, 2, 35 Keyette Club 45 Student Council 15 Class Officer 25 Stunt Night 2, 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 35 French Club 3, 45 National Ilonor So- ciety 3, 45 llonieroom Officer 2, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale: Junior-Senior Honors 2: Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 3, Co-Chairman 35 Float Committee 35 Editorial Staff of .ACCOLADE 45 Senior Superlatiye5 Stunt Night Court. JANIES WILLIAM BOYKIN Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Tag Day 45 Prom Committee 35 Float Committee 3, 4. KENNETH STUART BOYKIN Key Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Football 1, 2, 3. 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Honor Day 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 45 Prom Commit- tee 2, 3. LELAND KANIE BOYKIN Spanish Club 1, 25 Homeroom Officer 15 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 45 Float Committee 4. WILLIAh'I OSCAR BOYKIN Football 1, 2 3, 45 Track 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. JINIMY DOOLITTLE BREWER Baseball 15 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Diversified Occupations. JOYCE PAYE BREWER Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball l, 3, 45 Stunt Night 45 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 35 Prom Com- mittee 2, 35 Float Committee 4. ELIZABETH DELL BROVVN French Club 25 Ilomeroom Officer 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale. JESSIE FLORENCE BROWN Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Stunt Night 1, 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 35 French Club 25 Science Club 25 Home-room Officer 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 35 Prom Committee 25 Float Com- mittee 3, 4. PATRICIA BOWLAND BRIDGERS Band 1, Z, 35 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Stunt Night 1, 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica 35 French Club 25 Science Club 25 Home- room Officer 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 45 Prom Committee 35 Float Committee 4. LINDA ELAINE BULLIN Keyette Club 3, 45 Student Council 1, 25 Intra- mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Honor Day Award 25 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Fu- ture Homemakers of America 3: Science Club 3, 4, Officer 45 Junior Light Bulb Saleg Junior- Senior Honors 25 Tag Day 3, 4, Co-Chairman 35 Prom Committee 2, 3, CO-Chairman 35 Business Staff of ACCOLADEQ Program Assistant 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night Co-Chairman 4. f 5 vagal' qe1r""'i' V -'Irr:.,"'7 age if-ll1L'I1fj'5L'l'L Inge Tiiiezziyeiglzl' -::5:.,.. 5,1 SENIORS IDOROTHY JANE BuI.I.ooK Band I5 Keyette Club 45 Cheerleader 25 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Day Award 25 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Home- Ioom Officer 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale, Co- ChairInan5 Junior-Senior Honors 25 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Float Committee 3, 45 Fike Hi-Zette Staff 45 XVays and Means Committee 4, Co-Chairman 45 Girls' State Rep- resentative 4. .JEANNETTE BULLOCK Stunt Night 35 Future Business Leaders of .Xmerica 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Fu- ture Hoinemakers of America 3, 45 French Club 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 4. ClONNIE KIJERRY BUNN Choir 2, 35 Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Future Busif ness Leaders of America 45 Future Homemakers of .Xmerica 45 Homeroom Officer I5 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 45 Prom Committee 3. -JA MES FRANKLIN DUNN Student Council I5 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 15 lliraclt 2, 3, 45 hlonogram Club 2, 3, 4. N CIIIARLES Aycoeic Bum Band 2, 3, 45 Choir 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Honor Day ,Xward 25 French Club 2. 3, Officer 3: Science Club 2, 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 3: 'ling Day 35 Prom Committee 35 i'xCCOI.ADlT I,I1IlIf7gl'2lI7llCl' 2, 3, 45 Iiikc HiAZelte Photog- rapher 2. 3. 4: Senior Superlatiye. BETTY Jo BYRD Choir 25 Stunt Night 25 Future Business Lead- ers of America 2, 3, 4. Officer 35 Future Home- malters of America 35 French Club 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 45 Float Committee 2. 3, 4. JERRY Trioixias CARTER Baseball I, 3, 45 Basketball l, 25 Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 45 Ilonor Day Award I. 2, 3, 45 Nlonogram Club 3, 45 Homeroom Officer I, 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee Z, 35 Float Committee 35 Senior Snnerlatixe. CARLA Lou ClHURCH 'I ransferrecl from Berlin fiimerican High School in ciL'l'Il'l1ll1JDQ Kcyette Club 45 Future Business Leaders of America 35 Future Teachers of ,Xmerica 3, 45 Future llomemakers of America 3: 'liag Day 4. hIIc1IIAEL DAVIS CoLI-INs Ixey Klub 2, 3, 45 Football l, 2, 3. 45 Track 3. 45 Nlonograin Club 3, 45 Stunt Night Court. .JUDY FINCII CoNE Transferred from Coca Senior High School, I'lorida 45 I-uture Business Leaders of America 45 Future Homemakcrs of America 4. JA ixIEs DVEILL CIONNOR Ixey Club 2, 3. 4, Officer 3: Student Council 2. 45 Class Officer 2, 45 Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Ilonor Day Award I. 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Junior- Senior Honors 25 Prom Committee 35 Radio- grinn Ilepresentatix e I5 Stunt Night Court, King. T,xssIE Jo C3ORTAZZO l5uture Teachers of America 35 Future Home- inakcrs of America- 2. 35 Spanish Club: Junior Light Bulb Sale5 'lag Day 3, 45 Prom Commit- ICU. PATSY ANNE CREECII Band I, 2, 3. 45 Intramural Basketball l. 2, 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale. EDVVIN FIILGIIIIM CRUTE Ixey Club 45 Board of Directors 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 45 Honor Day Award 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 45 Junior Light Bulb Saleg Prom Committee 2, 3. CEEORGE RICHARD IDAIL National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Saleg Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 4. CTHARLES ClAhlP lJANlEL, lll Key Club 4: Stunt Night 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Science Club 2, 3, 4. llistorian 2, 3: National llonor Society 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: junior-Senior llonors 2: lag Day 4: Prom Coin mittee 3: lftlitorial Staff of .Xt vol NDI 4, lirlitor in Chief 4: Senior Superlatiyc. ul A bl ES CORDAN lDAVIS l'ootball l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2: lraclx 2. ,JH llonor Day .'Xwarr.l l, 2, 3, 4: .Nlonograni Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Prom Com mittee 2, 3. -lovc:E l:AY IDAVIS l'ulure llomcmalxers of .-Xmerica 4: junior Light Bulb Sale: lfloat Committee 3. VVILLIAIXI .IOsEPu lDAVlS, lll Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: ciUlfillL'1IIll 4: Stunt Night 3: llonOr Day .Award 2, 3, 4: Mono- grain Club 3, 4: Ilomecoming Sponsor Escort 4: junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2. LINDA CAROL DAWSON licyette Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball l: Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3: ltench Club 2, 3, Officer 2: National llonor Society 3, 4: llomeroom Officer l, 2, 3: junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3: Business Staff of .Xerox Ani 4: Marshal l. ROBERT EDGAR DEANS, IIR. Band I, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Stunt Night 4: llonor Day Award l, 2, 3, 4: Xlonogram Club 4: Iunior Light Bulb Sale: Prom Committee 2. 3: Float Committee 3, 4. llARRY PAYTON lDELONC Band l, 2, 3: Science Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Float Committee 4. lX'lARGARET ANNE DE LONG Banrl 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball l: I-LIILIIL' Business Leaders of America 2, 3. 4: liuiure 'lieachers Of Ainerica 4: Science Club 4: llOme- room Officer 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: junior- Senior Honors 2: Tag Day 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: Business Staff of .'XCL'OI.ADF 4. LARRY MOsEs DEW, -IR. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Track 2, 3: Stunt Night 3, 4: Honor Day .Xwartl l, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 4: Ilomeroom Officer l, 3: junior Tag Day: Prom Committee 2, 3: Stunt Night Court. VVAYNE IJANIEL lJlIBOIS Band l, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3: French Club 2, 3: Science Club 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: lag Day 3: Prom Committee 2, 3: lfloat Com- mittee: Business Staff Of rxi'CUI,AlDE 4: YVays :mtl .Xleans Committee 4: Stunt Yight Court. lXiARY ELIZABETH lDUNN Band l, 2: Future Business Leaders Of .Xmerica 2, 3, 4: National llonor Society 3, 4, Officer 4: llomeroom Officer l, 4: junior Light Bulb Sale: lag Day 3, 4: Prom Committee 2, 3: E'litoriaI Staff oi' .XecOI.ADE 4: Library Assist: nt 4. CARLUTTA lX'!lAE EASTER Band l, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3: l7utu:'e Business Leaders Of America 3, 4: junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3: Prom Committee 2. 3. JXNDREW CARR EDVVARDS l7Ootball l, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: llonor Day .Xwartl 1, 2, 3, 4: hlonogram Club 3, 4: llolnee room Officer 3: Prom Committee 2. LINDA IDARLENE EDWARDS Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 4: Intramural Basketball l, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: Future Business Lead- ers of America 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3: Prom Committee 2, 3. DIXIE DORRE ELLIOT Ban:l l, 2, 3, 4: Blajorette 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: liuture Teachers Of America 4: Future Home- makers of America 3, 4: Science Club 2: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3: Prom Commit- tee 2, 3: Library Assistant 4. MM wauwv Page Thirty SENIORS -lAlXIES RUSSELL ETHERIDGE, JR. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 2. 3, Float Committee 3. SANDRA FAYE ETHERIDGE Transferred from Bock Ridge 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica 4, Future Homemakers of America 3, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 4, Float Committee 3, 4, Filw Ili-Zette Staff 3, Senior Superlative. IRINIA JEAN EVANS Choir 3, 4, Future llomemakers of America 4, junior Light Bulb Sale. JOHN LEE EVANS Band 1, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, Prom Committee 2, Bus Driver 3, 4. CLA LIDE lX'lCClULLEN FAULKNER Band l, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, Science Club 3, 4, junior Light Bulb Sale, Prom Committee 2, 3, XVays and Means Committee 4. DAVID EUGENE FERNALD Band l, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 4, Co-Chair man 4, Prom Committee 2, Co-Chairman 3, Float Committee 3, 4, XVays and Means Com- mittee 4. RESSIE LEROY FERREL1. Bus Driver 3, 4. BRENDA CARIUL FIELDS Band l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball l, 2, Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Homeroom Officer 1, Future Teachers of America 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, Prom Committee 2, 3, Float Com- mittee 3, 4. -IANET ELAINE FLOWERS 'Future Business Leaders of America 4, Future leachers of America 3, Future llomemakers ol' Xmerica 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Tag Day 4. SALLY BARNES FORBES lieyette Club 4, Stunt Night l, 3, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Home- room Officer 2, 3, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, junior-Senior Honors 2, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3, Float Committee 4, Filet' Hi- Zette Staff 4, Stunt Night Court. ISATHERINE STEELE FOREHAND lfuture Teachers of America 3, 4, Future Home- makers of America 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 4, junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 4, Prom Com- mittee 2, Library Assistant 4. IJOROTHY YVONNE FRANKS luture llomemalters of America 4, Ilomeroom Officer 2, junior Light Bulb Sale, Junior Tag Um' 3. RICHARD CARLTON FULGHUIXI, IR. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Iunior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, Prom Committee 2, 3, l Ioat Committee 3, 4. LARRY WENDELL CAGE Transferred from Opelousas, La. 3, Band 3, Key Club 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, Honor Day 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Monogram Club 4, Stunt Night Court. NANCY LOU GARNETT Choir l, 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 4, junior Light Bulb Sale 3, Prom Committee 2, Float Committee 2, Library Assistant l. VVILLIAAI RALPH ciOD-WIN Future Business Leaders of America 35 junior l.ight Bulb Sale. VIRGINIA PAYE LTRANT National llonor Society 3, 45 Tag Day 45 Prom Committee 3. lXlARY VIRGINIA CTRAVES Band l, 25 Keyette Club 2, 3, 45 Student Coun' cil 45 lntramural Basketball l5 Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 45 llonor Day Award 35 Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Officer 3, 45 Future Home makers of America 35 llomeroom Officer 1, 2, 35 llomecoming Sponsor for Rocky Mount 45 junior Light Bulb Sale: Junior-Senior llonors 25 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Editorial Staff of IXCCOLADE 45 Marshal 1. 2, 35 Student Council Nominating Committee I. CATHERINE CIIANDLEIX CTRECG Keyette Club 3, 4, Officer 45 Stunt Night 2. 3, 45 llonor Day Award 15 French Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 3, 45 Float Com- Inittee 3, 45 Barliogmm Representative 15 Dean's .Xssistant 25 Stunt Night Court, VVILLIABI WALLACE GRIFFIN, JR. Key Club 45 junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Float Committee 45 lltuliogrum Representative 2. IO ANN llERRING Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 15 Stunt Night 1, 35 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Science Club 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 35 Prom Committee 2, 35 Float Committee 3, 45 Fike Hi-Zette Staff5 Business Staff of Acco' l.,-KDE 4. .lAlXIES DONALD TTICII Band l, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 3, 45 National llonor Society 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45 junior Light Bulb Saleg Tag Day 45 Prom Committee 2, 3. WILLIAAI WILSON liICH Band 15 French Club 3, 45 Science Club 2, 35 junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 3. ELBIER LEE l'lORNE, IIR. Band I5 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 35 Board of Directors 35 International and State Convenf tion 45 Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 45 Class Officer 25 Baseball 15 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Stunt Night l, 25 llonor Day Award l, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 15 Junior-Senior Honors 25 Prom Com- mittee 2, 35 Nominating Committee l, 2, 3, 45 Senior SuperlatiI'e5 Boys' State 45 Stunt Night Court. LINDA RITCH lRv1N Transferred Rockingham, N. C. I: Band l, 25 ln'ramural Basketball I5 Slllllf Night 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Science Cluh 2, 3. 45 National Honor Society 3, 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale: Tag Day 3. 45 Prom Committee 35 Float Committee 45 Editorial Staff of i'XCCOlAIll'1 XVays and Means Committee 4. GERALD BRIAN joixw Future Business Leaders of America 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale. lDELORES PAY JONES Intramural Basketball 15 Choir 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of Amer' ica 35 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 3. HERBERT LEAIVION JONES, -IR, Junior Light Bulb Sale. KENNETH LEE TOYNER Band l, 25 Bus Driver 35 Diversified Occupa- tions. JOHN FFIINIOTHY KELLY Transferred from Ansonia, Connecticut 35 Foot- ball 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 4. 'awww' SXSW " kwmf' 1 x - A ,, . We -is W? ff ew 433 gee 2 X I' rl . W V!"-L.. M,-ltd vw, 'femr' tails' ulW"""" Page Thirtyeone X .Sf V y '!!Ul' NIV' 'iw 5 I f ffwfww AUM VS! wwf Page Tl1irtyAi1vo ff f W X 1 SENIORS BETTY CAROL lx1Nt: Band l, 2, 5, 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Future vlvQ.'1ICllt'I'S OF .Xmcricu 4, Future ll4llllClllLllxCl'8 Of ,Xiiicricu 5, 4, Suiclwv: Club 2, juninr Light Bulb Sulc, l'rO1n Ctnnxnittee 2, 5, lilmit Cmn- lnittcc 5, 4, Iltlitoriul Stuff Of .Xtt'Ol mt 4, l.ibt'ury .Xssistzlnt 4. -IOIIN C4151-XY KOSTER Buntl l, 2, lfrcnch Club 4. IIUHN lJOllGl.AS LA txt txt Band l, 2, 5, 4, Chuir 4, Stunt Night Light Cmninittt-u 5, 4, JuniOr Light Bulb Sttlc, 'Ing D115 5, l'rOn1 C'Otnmittce 5, lXllILLARD LAJXIM lOOtbull 1, 2, 5, 4, Trauclx 5, 4. VVILLIAIXI VLIIOMAS LAIXUXI, Ill Stuzlcnt Cctuncil 4, Basketball 2, 5, 4, l'OOtbull 5, 4, 'lratck 2, 5, 4: Stunt Night C'Ourt. QlA"I'IIERINE ROSE LANE Buntl l, lxcycttc Cluh 5, 4, Buurcl Of Dirccturs 4, Clic:-rlcztclt-r 2, Intrannurul Bztslxetbtrll 1, 2, 5, 4, Stunt Night 2, 5, HOnOr Daly Awurcl 2, 5, l'r0nch Club 5, 4, National IlOnOr Stmcicty 5, 4, ,luniOr Light Bulb Sulc, juninr-ScniOr IlOnOrs 2, 'Lug lyily 5, 4, Prom Culnmittt-vs 2, 5, C'O-Chuir- mann 2, l'lOnt Committee 5, 4, Cltzuirmun 4, litttlingmut Bept'csc1ttutiVc l, Ltlitnriul Statfl' Ol' .Xt't'O1,x1JL 4, Fliclxct Sales .-Xssisttunt l, 2, 5: St-niOr Suporlntixc, Stunt Night l'Ouit. BOBBY ELTON LANCLEY Bust-btnll l, 2, 5. BEATR1crE LOUISE LEE Stunt Night l, 2, 5, 4, IlOnOr Day .Xwnrtl 5, lfuturu 'Il-ticlicrs Ol' .Xtncricit 5, 4, Future Humo- tnukcrs Ol' ,Xxncricu 5, Ifrench Club 5, 4, Officer 5, 4, Science Club 5, 4, Ntitiunul Ilunur Suuicty 5, 4, Officer' 4, Juninr Light Bulb Salle, 'ling Drty 5, 4, l5rOln clUIl1lIllItL'L' 2, 5, l'lOut Cunn- tnittcc 4: l5ditOriu1 Stuff Of ,xl'KUI,ADl' 4, Fl ickut Sulcs .Xssistunt 5, 4. CHARLES HENRY LEE, -IR. Buntl l, 1, 5, 4, Stunt Night 5, 4: Scicnc-: Club 5, 4, juniOr Light Bulb Sulu, Prunt Cmn- nuittcc 5, liltmt Committee 5, 4, lftlitOri:tl Stuff Of .Xu'OLxtmL 4, ,'XCK'0l,ADE Plrutugmplmur 4: Nit- tiunul llOnOr Stuqicty 4. -IASPER VVHITFIELD LEE, IIR. Bunal I, Z, 5, 4, Drum Klujur 4, Stunt Night l. 2, 5, 4, Spunish Club 1, 5, Suit-ncu Club 2, 5, 4, Iluniur Light Bulb Sale, Tug Duy 5, Bruin Cmn- I11lI.L'L' 1, 5, l'lOztt c.flllllIllllL'k' 4. ,lAAtEs PHILLIP LEWIS juninr Light Bulb Salt-1 Bus Drixcr 5, Dirt-rsi fit-tl Otcupaitiuns 4. BETTY ,IEAN Lucuxs Choir 2, 5, Stunt Night 2, 5, liuturt' Business Lv::tclL'rs Of lxlI1C1'iC2l 5, 4, Officcr 4, l'uturc llOint-makers Of Attwricu 4, llOmurOOn1 Officer l, 'Lug Day 5, l5rO1n ClUII'll'lllfiUL' 2, 5, lilOut cltllll' tnittct- 5. ROBERT RAY LUCAS Key Club 4, Cluss Officcr 4, Future Business Lczntlcrs Of America 4, llumccuming EscOrt 4, juniOr Light Bulb Stilc, 'Lug Day 5, 4, l'rO1n cltblllllllfftl' 5, lilmit Committee 4, Scniur Super- lntivc, Stunt Night C'Ourt. ERNEST FRANKLIN lXiALLARD Student Cuuncil 2, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tug Day 4, Prmn Committee 2, 5, l'lO1tt COnunit- tc-u 4. ROBERT LEE lXlARTIN, IR. junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 4. ciEORCE ELDIER BflASSEY Band l, 2, 3, 4, football 3, 4, Baseball I, 2 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4. BE'1'TY 1XNN lXlAT'l'IlEVVS Band l, 2, 3, 4, StLlnt Night 3, Future 'l'each- ers of America 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, National llonor Society 3, 4, junior Light Bulb Sale, 'lag Day 3, Prom Committee 3, Marshal l, 2. KINNEY CiARSON lX'lCKEEl. Key Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, llomeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, Tag Day 4, Prom Committee 2. QlLAUDE ALLEN lXlERCER, -lil. Stunt Night Stage Crew, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Prom Committee 3, Student Council. Nomi nating Committee 2, Diversified Occupations. ELIXIER RAY lX'lERCER Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3. GERALDINE lXlERCER Band 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Stunt Night 2, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Future llomemakers of America 2, ilomeroom Officer l, Tag Day 4, Prom Committee 3, Radio- griim Representative l. WILLIABI VVIIITEIIEAD BlERCER Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, Junior Float Committee 3, Diversified Occupations. lX'lARY LINDA lX'lILES Band l, 2, 3, Keyette Club 4, Student Counf cil 4, Intramural Basketball l, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of IXITlf3TlU,l 3, 4, Fu- ture Homemakers of America 3, French Club 4, Ilomeroom Officer 3, Homecoming Sponsor for Rocky hlount Came 4, junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, Stunt Night Court. RICHARD ALLEN BXIILLINDER junior Light Bulb Sale, Diversifit-,l Occupations. CARCLYN IXNN lXlILLS Choir 2, 3, Future Teachers of America 3, junior Light Bulb Sale, Diversified Occupations. LINDA PAYE BflITCHELL Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 3, Iunior Light Bulb Sale, Prom Committee 3. SANDRA KAY lVlO0RE Band 1, 2, 3, Keyette Club 4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Officer 4, Cheerleader 2, intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 3, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Homecoming Snonsor 4, llome- coming Co-Chairman 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Prom Committee 3, Float Committee 3. WILLIARII ROBERT lX'lOORE Band 1, 2, Key Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Home- room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Escort 4, Iunior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3, Float Committee 4, Student gouncil Nominating Committee 3, Stunt Night .ourt. WADE DKJUCLAS lvlORRIS Key Club 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, Baseball Statistician 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Honor Day Award l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Junior- Senior Honors, Prom Committee 2, 3, Float Committee 4, Rmiiogrmn Representative 1, Stu- dent Council Nominating Committee 1, VVays and Means Committee 4. LlA1XIES DEWEY Mosicos Iunior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3. fggaway- QWWW when v vw KF? Amana? nge 'fliirh'-'liree .V Page Thirty-four SENIORS WILLIABI WARREN lVlURPHY Key Club 45 Student Council 35 Basketball 15 Football l, 2, 35 Honor Day Award 1, 2, 35 Science Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4. Officer 45 Tag Day 4. LINDA LOUISE lVlURRAY Band 1, 25 Future Business Leaders of America Z, 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale 35 Tag Day 45 Office Assistant 35 School Store Assistant 4. BARBARA LILLIAN NEWTON Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Future Home- malters of America 3, Officer 45 National llonor Society 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Junior-Senior Honors5 Tag Day 45 Prom Com- mittee 3, 45 Marshal 1, 2, 3. l'lATTIE LOU NEWTON Band l, 2, 3, 45 hlajorette 3, 45 Stunt Night l, 2, 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Science Club 25 Junior Light Bulb Salc5 Tag Day 35 Prom Committee 2, 35 Float Commit- tee 3, 45 Rudiogronz Representative I5 Stunt Night Court. BILLY CARROLL NICHOLS Stunt Night 35 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 35 Float Committee 3, 4. CARRKJLL DEANS NICHOLS Band l, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 35 Prom Committee 2, 3. VVILLIS VVOODROW NIKON Transferred from Huntsville, Ala. 4. LINDA LOU lXlORV1LLE Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future lloineinalters of America 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale. PHILLIP lX'lARSHALL NORVILLE Junior Light Bulb Saleg Bus Driver l, 2, 35 Diversified Occupations 4. BRENDA PLO OWEN Band l, 25 Homeroorn Officer l5 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 3. LTARRIET lVlARIE OWENS Choir 25 Future Business Leaders of America 25 future Ilomemalxers of America 25 French Club 25 Prom Committee 25 Float Committee 4. JERRY GARLAND OWENS Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Stunt Night l, 35 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Officer 45 State Vice-President 45 Home- room Officer 3, 45 Junior Light Bulb Sale, Co- Cll'lfll1'Il11lll, Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 3, 45 Stunt Night Court. JOANIE RAE PARKER Choir 2, 35 Stunt Night 2, 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future Homemakers of America 45 Homeroom Officer 25 Junior Light Bulb Sale5 Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Float Committee 2. EDNA EARLE PATTERSON Choir 2, 35 Keyette Club 45 Intramural Basket- ball 15 Stunt Night 2, 35 Future Business Lead- crs of America 3, 4, Officer 45 Future Home- makers of America 45 llomeroom Officer 15 Junior Light Bulb Saleg Tag Day 3, 45 Prom Committee 2, 35 Float Committee 2, 3, 45 Busi- ness Staff of ACCOLADE 45 Office Assistant 4. HESTER WARREN PHILLIPS Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Home- room Officer 1, 2, 35 Junior Light Bulb Saleg Tag Day 3, 45 Float Committee 3, 4. PATRICIA LOUISE PIKE Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, National Ilonor Society 3, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Junior-Senior llonors 2, Prom Committee 3. BARBARA JANE PII"1'Ix1AN Band l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball, Future Business Leaders of America, SILIIII Night 3, 4, junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3, Float Committee 3, 4. WANDA LAVERLE PITT1X'IAN Honor Day Award 1, Future Teachers of Ainer- ica 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Science Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, lXI1ll'Sl12ll l, 2. NANCY ALIENE Pirrrs Future Business Leaders of America 3, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Prom Committee 3. PATRICIA ANNE POWELL Band l, 2, Keyette Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Stu- dent Council 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head 4, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, Stunt Night 2, 3, Future Business Leaders of America 3, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 3, Ilomeroom Officer 2, 3, Homecoming Sponsor 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Junior-Senior Honors 2, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3, Senior Super- lative, Stunt Night Court. LYNDA Lou POYTHRESS Band I, 2, Choir 4, Future Homemabkers ol' America 3, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Float Committee 3. BARBARA JANE PRICE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Prom Committee 2, 3, Float Committee 4, Business Staff of ACCOLADE 4, Student Council Nominating Committee 3. REBA MELINDA PRIDCEN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night Committee 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Junior-Senior Honors 2, Tag Day 3, Prom Committee 3, Float Committee 4, Business Staff of ACCOLADE 4, Senior Superla- tive, Stunt Night Court. WANDA GAIL PRIDCEN Band 1, 2, 3, Future Business Leaders of America 1, 2, 3, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3. 4, Prom Committee 2, 3. BRENDA COLEY PRoC'ro-R Choir 2, 3, Student Council 1, Stunt Night 2, 3, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Future Homemakers of America 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. Lou BONNER RAINES Band 1, Keyette Club 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil l, Cheerleader 2, 4, Class Officer 4, Intra- mural Basketball 1, 3, 4, Stunt Night 1, 3, Honor Day Award 3, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award 4, French Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Science Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Offi- cer 4, Homecoming Sponsor, Queen 4, Junior- Senior Honors, Prom Committee 2, 3, Editorial Staff of ACCOLADE 4, Marshal 1, 2, 3, Chief 3, Senior Superlative, Stunt Night Court, Queen. EMMA PAYE REASON Choir 4, Intramural Basketball 1, Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 1, 3, Future Home- makers of America 1, 2, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Homeroom Officer 1. SARA JANE REID Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, Prom Com- mittee 2, 3, Float Committee 3, 4, Business Staff of ACCOLADE 4, Radiogmm Reporter. WILLA KAY RICHARDSON Transferred from Saratoga 3, Future Home- makers of America 3. CAROL YVONNE SASSER Choir 2, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 3, Junior Light Bulb Sale. hw 'K"""'9" 4 A ..,. ., qiv V g .' ,f , f X , A? X 35, . I If V i w, . - 3" A .,., .M Y sf-+V X n If Q'- Q A ' r"'1'1- - ' ,154 wi? my Q I . , - was V. A W., fwgg- Q gs., ,F , ,S 4 ,S --WP -NW.-sS'f'-ff: ,, 2' sf uv 1, f- s ' I ,sy 1-,-fig- f tg k le- i s' W' i Page Thirty-five 'nv' ff? 2 ...W aw, 975.4 YQFW4 ,dp-nik-wow Page Thirty-six X , SENIORS FRANCES PAYE SAUNDERS Band 1, 2, 3, 4, lntramural Basketball 3, Honor Day Award 1, 3, future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, National llonor So- ciety 3, 4, llomeroom Officer 2, 3, junior Light Bulb Sale, junior-Senior llonors 2, 'lag Day 4, Prom Committee 1, 3, Editorial Stati of ACCOLADE 4, Hodiogrum liepresentative 1, Student Council Nominating Committee l, Mar- shal 1, 2, 3, Chief 3, Senior Superlative. ESTHER JANE SAWREY lransferred from Cardners l, Fixture Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Officer 4, Future Homemalters of America 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, junior Light Bulb Sale, 'lag Day 3, 4, Prom Commit- tee 3, Float Committee 3, Co-Editor of Student iJll'L'CflH'j' 3, 4. jo LINDA SCOTT Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, Fu- ture llomemakers of America 1, Z, 3, junior Light Bulb Sale, Prom Lommittee Z, Float Committee 4, ALICE LOUISE SHEPARD lieyette Club 4, Student Council Z, llonor Day Award 3, Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Officer 3, Future 'leachers ot America 3, 1'uture llomemakers of America 3, 3, 4, Officer 2, 4, Science Club Z, llomef room Officer 1, 'fag Day 3, liike Hi-Zuni' Staff 4, Business hlanager 4. BETTY lXlARIE STOKES Band 1, Z, 3, 4, Blajorette 3, 4, Keyette Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Student Council 3, Future Business Leaders of America 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, llomeroom Officer 2, Tag Day 3, Prom Com mittee 2, 3, Float Committee 3, Student Count cil Nominating Committee l, 2, 3, Marshal 1, Stunt Night Court. lAIxIEs RALPH VFALTON, la. key Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Basket- ball l, 2: Baseball l, 2, Honor Day Award l, 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 4, Prom Committee 2, Float Committee 3. lklICHAEL CARIIOLL 'l'AYLoR 'lrack l, 2, llomeroom Officer 1, 4, junior Light Bulb Sale, Float Committee 3, Hmlmgrum Rep- resentative 1, Diversified Occupations. ELEANOR lXlAE FFENIPLE lxeyette Club 4, Future Business Leaders of .Xnierica 3, 4, Officer 4, I-uture llomemakexs of America 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Iunior Light Bulb Sale, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Commit- tee 3. DONNA JEAN FFENER lransferred from Suffolk lligh School, Sul'- folk, Virginia 4. lklARY lXlICHELE rllHO1XlAS lieyette Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Cheer- leader l, Z, 4, Head 2, Class Officer 3, lntrae mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night Z, 3, 4, llonor Day Award 1, 2, 3, 4, lfuture Business Leaders of America 4, Future Teachers of ,Xmerica 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Officer 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Ilome- room Officer 1, 4, Homecoming Sponsor 4, Co- Chairman of Homecoming 3, ,lunior Light Bulb Sale, junior-Senior llonors Z, Tag Day 3, 4, Prom Committee 2, 3, Float Committee 2, 3, 4, Editorial Staff of ACCOLADE 4, 'licket Assistant 3, Student Council Nominating Committee 3: Marshal l, 3, Senior Superlative, Stunt Night Court. SAMUEL CiRIFFIN VFHOIXIPSON Key Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Student Council l, 4, Officer 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Honor Day .'Xwarcl 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, llomeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Iunior Light Bulb Sale, junior Senior llonors 2, Prom Committee 2, 3, Steering Com- mittee 2, Master of Ceremonies 3, Fike Ili-Zette Bepiesentative 2, Senior Superlatiye. DONNA RENE CFHORNE lfuture llomemakers of America 4: Junior Light Bulb Sale, Float Committee 4. LORETTA ANN PFHORNE Choir 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 1, Future Ilomemakers of America 4, junior Light Bulb Sale 3. DONALD PAUL PFHORPE Future Business Leaders of America 3, Junior Light Bulb Sale, Diversified Occupations. RICHARD KING TILLERY Student Council 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, Monogram Club 3, 4. REBECCA LOUISE rllIlXll3ERLAKF Keyette Club 2. 3, 43 Intramural Bzislxetbiill l. 23 Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 43 Future leacln-rs of Aincrica 3, 43 Future lloincinakcrs 3: lfrencb Club 3, 43 llomcroom Officer' 33 junior Light Bulb Sale3 junior-Senior llonors 23 lug Davy 3. 43 Prom Coininittec 2, 33 lfloat Committee 31 liikc' llifzctte Staff 43 National llonor Society 4. lD1ANNA KING 'l'YsoN Choir 2, 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 l3u'uie lloinc makers of Aincrica 33 I-'rench Club 3, 43 junior Light Bulb Salt-3 Tag Day 43 lfloat C'oinmittt-c 4, 43 Lilnuiry Assistant 3, 4. fXL'i'oN l3RAX'l'ON VA uct IN Blind I, 2, 3: Junior Light Bulb Sale: lag Day 33 Bus Driver 2, gl Dit'crsit'ietl Occupqi tions 4. Aifi ON KENNEI ri X!lCK Band l, 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 4 ll1i,A1n' N1cnoi.As XXICK Band l, 2. VloHN llfmin' Vick lootball 2, 3, 43 'lirziclx 2, 33 Klonogiziin Club 2, 3, -4. RICHARD LEE XZICK Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 43 Prom Coin inittec 3. VVILLIAM lJOUGI,AS BIICTK Band l, 2: French Club 2, 33 Science Club 43 junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 4, ANN LOUISE VoN BJIILLER Band 13 Kevette ClL1b 43 Student Council 23 Intramural Basketball 13 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Science Club 2. 33 Hoinerootn Officer l, 23 Iunior Light Bulb Sale-3 junior-Senior Honors 23 Tag Day 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Float Committee 3, 43 Fike Hi-Zettt' Staff 43 Bmlio gi'n111 Representative 13 Ticket Sales .Xgent l, 2, 33 National Honor Society 4. DEWEY lX"lACARTH un XAXALSTON junior Light Bulb Saleg Diversified Occuim tions 4. IDA RUTH VVALSTON Band l, 2, 3, 43 Keyette Club 3, 43 Intramural Basketball I3 Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future 'Icachers of America 3, 4. Officer 3: Future Homeinalxcrs of America 33 Snanish Club 43 Science Club 2, 3, 43 junior Light Bulb Salet Junior-Senior Ilonors 2: Tag Dax' 3, 43 Prom Committee 2. 3: Business Staff ot' .'Xi'COL.-XDIE 43 Student Council Nominating Committee 23 Program Sales Assist' cnt I, 2. SIBYI, LiRACE VVALs'roN l'uturc Business Leaders of Ainerica 43 l-'uturc llomemakers of America 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale: Prom Committee 2. NEEIJIIAAI ELDON Wifxizin Band 1, 2, 33 Kev Club 3, 4: Student Coun' cil 2, 3: Class Officer 3, 43 Basketball l, 2: Stunt Night 23 llomeroom Officer I3 junior light Bulb Sale3 lunior-Senior Honors 23 Tag Dax' 3. 4- Prom Committee 2, CofChairman 23 Student Council Nominating Committee 23 Co- Chairmzin of Homecoming 3. lo ANN VVA'rsoN Band l, 2, 3. 43 Intramural Basketball 13 Stunt Night 1, 33 Future Business Leaders of America 3. 4: Science Club 23 Junior Light Bulb Salt: Tag Day 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Float Com mittee 3. PATRICIA HEIDE WATSON Keyettc Club 2, 3. 4: Student Council 43 Cheer leader 23 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night I, ?. 3. 43 Honor Day Award 2: Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Teachers of America 33 Science Club 23 Home room Officer 33 Homecoming Suonsor 43 Co Chairman of Homecoming 4: Junior Light Bulb Saleg IuniorfSenior Honorsg Tag Day 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Float Committee 33 Fikc Hie Zette Staff 4g News Editor 43 Program Sales Assistant 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night Court. . ,MJ f it 7 3 mls'-. Wen' NZ: 3 .Bits . , E1'a3,,,,, A ' Page Thirty-se1'ei1 N W nf.. , W A f 'nf - , .7 ,Q , A 3 W 4 Y 33 . f 3 '-31. 4 ,Sas It ,fb ,- -f X . W N so ss iss, X VZWI' Vwmfw Page Thirty-eight SENIORS OFFIE TLICKER WEAVER Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 3, 4g Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 3, 43 Float Committee 3, 43 VVays and hleans Committee 4. GLLIE CiRAY VVEAVER Intramural Basketball 13 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Future Iflomernakers of ,Xmerica 2, 3, 43 School Store Assistant 4. FRANCES 1'IILL WEBB Band l, 23 Keyette Club 3, 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Head 2, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Future Ilomemakers of America 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Float Committee 2. 3, 4: Budiogmm Repre- sentative: Dean's Assistant 33 Stunt Night Court. JUDY CARoL WEBB Stunt Night 33 Future Businesss Leaders of America 43 Future Teachers of America 33 liuture llomemakers of America 33 Spanish Club 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Float Committee 33 Busi- ness Staff of Acrc:oLADE 4. LINDA CARoL WELI.s Band 1, 23 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Future I-Iomemakers of America 2, 43 Jun- ior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 4. 'IAIXIES ALLEN VVEST Band 1, 23 Junior Light Bulb Sale: Diversified Occupations. DONNA GAIL W1LLIALIs Band 1, 2, 3, 43 hlajorette 3, 4, Head 43 Stu- dent Council 33 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Day Award 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 33 Prom Committee 33 Fike- Hi-Zetta Staff 33 Senior Supervising Editor 43 Rudingram Representative 1. ILA PAYE WILLIARIS Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 4: Science Club 23 Homeroom l, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale 33 Tag Day 33 Prom Committee 2, 33 Float Committee 3, 4. JOHN DovLE WILLIABIIS Band 1, 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of ,Xmerica 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale-3 Prom Com- mittee 2, 33 Float Committeee 3. SANDRA Lou WILLIABIS Band 1, 2 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 13 Stunt Night 13 Ilomeroom Officer 13 Junior Light Bulb Sale. JUDITII CWENDOLYN VVILSON Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Majorette 43 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2. 3, 43 Stunt Night l, 2. 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4: Future Teach- ers of America 3, 43 Future Homemakers of ,-Xmerica 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 43 Prom Committee 2, 3: Float Committee 43 Library Assistant 4. TIIERESA GAIL WILSON Choir 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3. 4: Future Busi ness Leaders of America 3, 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale. BARBARA KAY WINSTEAD Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 3. 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Ilomemakers of America 4: French Club 3: Science Club 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Float Com- mittee 43 Fike Hilette Staff 4, lV1ARGARET LoIIIsE WINSTEAD Choir 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 33 Stunt Night 33 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 43 Junior Light Bulb Sale3 Tag Day 3, 43 Prom Committee 2, 33 Float Committee 4. RAYINIOND LEE WINSTEAD Band 1, 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica 43 Tag Day 33 Float Committee 33 Diversi- fied Occupations. 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Q7 , X6 X12 P Has! 1-6201577111 M 1 NIELINDA Pnlmzxiw XX! T X XVINFURD IJARBULIIK , f,X K: f fx , X " ,V ' P X . X A L bmi Dlwsed C,SQ'fr,lX.Z,F IV A X w SHERRUN hm 11 :Q fvys Xi ' W Q Q mv , cf sf 5 1 P - X , TANCII. JARNE5 ,Y 7X3k5'Q f, X f f M I NNW, , X ,gF4X'f f W 'f'U:V" f M" X X.-"' .Host Popzflm' Best Lggkjulg HUSI 1311355611 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q3 M,xsco'1's 1DE13l3lE WE11: 'Q Q1IIARI.IE 13Em:uon 1 1 1 r 1 CLASS CNOLURS Blue and VV11itc U 1 f 1 CLASS Fmwlira 1 PC1100 Rose 1 CLASS NOTILO 1 "The surest way not to fail ix to z1Cter11zi11e to szzccee41." 1 f 31,1 'fr if ff 'Gy X X, .L WH. . f' f W , 1' 'yffvf 7 gf! It If , Mil WE V W 1 -," fy' .7 A very iuzportmzt couznzitfee of the senior c1ass is the Ufuys 111111 Menus Couzrzzittvc couzposeu' of tlzu fU11Ull71lZRQI D 7 Morris, C. Fl'IZl11ilZ6'1', N. Cormor, B. Vifenver, VV. Dubois, S. Imrmfs 100-c1mir11m111, D. 13111101211 100-clmirnmrz1, 1. , Pittnzmz, L. 1rvi1z, D, F6?1'11U1t1, A. S1zep1zerc1. Page lforty-fire , ,V 1 fx 4 of .X x X sf f if - -Q a W ,Q ' X ., EX f 1 Q. Q' ' xx' y ff if S f '46 . f X mx ,s 4 3471. , X1 QM' fn-uv-V l ,sw , Q f M, A x2 Q' X PM 4...-1 First Bow Mary Lu Abbott Pamela Gale Adams Anne Elizabeth Ainerson Charles Morgaii Bailey Patricia Jane Baker Elbert Franklin Balkeum, Jr Jackie Carl Barfield Grady Lee Barnes gs., may " . Second Bow Laura Frances Barnes Minnie Lucas Barnes Patricia Ann Barnes Shelton Ellis Barnes Bonnie Lee Bass Biehard Bay Batchelor Edward Jerald Batts Patsy Buth Beasley llillzirtl Bon' joseph Biggs Bennett, .I Howard Stevens Benton jerry Charles Bernstein Elizabeth Ann Bissette Lorna Starr Bissette Boyce Linwood Bissette ilqvrus Baymond Bissette Ca rl 10561311 Blythe I. ,lt Fozfrtlz Bow janet LaVonne Bottoms Cecil Thomas Boyette, Jr. james Qliver Boylcin 'Iessie Robert Boykin, III Willizim Henry Boykin VViley Rufus Brewer, Ir Zelma LaVonne Brewer Mildred Doris Brown Iiifilz Bow Biehard Glenn Brown Betty Jean Bunn Elizabeth Ann Bunn -loseph Eagles Bunn Gertrude Erna Byrnes Earleen Kay Carnahan Evelyn Eloise Cassidy Mary Iulia Champion JUNIOR CLASS 1961 Page Form seun ,JR ,aw " 'GQ'Ni-NMKX K may ,I .X 422 2 4' V' Lf fm 4 j ag :X if-w f Q' Q wwf? X A X 'N ff ef ' w ' FN, X f , f 1 1 4 9 w x , MSWSW fwf 42 llirsl ROW Donald Eclvvarcl Cliocklctt 'lllioinas Nicliacil Connor Peggy Ann Cook loscpliinc Crowclcr 'luclitll Elainc Cululwrlcv Anclcra Gail Cilllllllliglllllll Donnie Ray Cunningliani liozirflz Row Vlfilliain Lancc Farnicr, Ciliarlottc lilizalwtli Farris Larry 'llliomas liclton Don McCarCy ljcrrcl Sue Black Forlvcs llolncrt Charles Fulclmcr 'Robert Carl Fulglnnn Sara lane Gill Svcozul How UILIINCS Marshall Danicl, lll Margaret Dianne Danicl Ucorgc Rav Davis Melvin Douglas Corlvctt llarrict Marianna Davis Pattic LCC Davis Emma Kay Dawson George Eclvvarcl Dulxc Cliarlcs Eclvvarcl Dunn '14 iff f - ,..-nv Y. V , fm S I 4 ,gngw K f ,Q , 4 12,4 'QMV' lllzircl How .lolin Lowry Eatmon Carolyn Frances Eclmunson llovvarcl Thomas Eclvvarcls .lucly Faye Eclwarcls Virginia LCC Ellis 'lucly Carol Etlicriclgc lucly Ruth Euell Frank Daniel Farmer, lr. llifflz How Patricia Ann Claclson David Ranclolpli Gricc lack llaclgc, Zcluulon Zacliery Hadley, Ill l Paul Frcqlcricla llalc 'loan Carolyn llall Sarah Riclclicli llarriss Robert Amos llaycs, lr. JUNIOR CLASS 1961 Pug.: Forty-eight 3 if' AX ny-uw.. 'iw' f ff? ff' First flow Seeoml Hou' llillirtl llou' Donnie VVayne lleatli Dennis Seott 'laines llolnert Strong .lordon -laeliie Earl llill Doris Faye -lenlxins Linda Maureen -loyner Graham laelison Ilolland George Perrin hlenlxins Rohert Earl .loyner .lerry Lawrence llollingsworth Richard Alan -lenliins Alan Wfayne Kursey Naomi ,lane lrlolt hlary Frances ,lolinson Felix Edwin lfillette. lr. Charlie lerry lrloward Phyllis lX'lareia Johnson Neal Bennett Kinney Ramona Faye lloward Edward Vlloodson -lones lluth Ella Kringel .lohn Dwight lludson 'laequelyn Ann ,lordon Charles Camus Lannn, liozfrtlz H0111 Kenneth Ray Lanim 'lulia Lynn Liggon Barbara Tucker Long Brenda Sue Lucas Michael John Maclaga Ulaeliie Gertrude Malpass .lames Albert Massengill, Jr. -laines Lloyd Matthews liiftlz Hou' .Iulian David Matthews, lr. Donald Huhert Mattox Douglas Stevenson Meljhail George VVilliam Meleliior Ptaymond Earle hlereer Ruhy Vvorrel hlereer Daniel Alexander Monroe, lll .lean Carol Moore JUNIOR CLASS 1961 Page Forty-nine I Q ff Z 0 'W ,W ,W VZ 4 -, tw ff Q , ' A i s 2 X ' T 'f V7 N, .X 4' f Y f 0 X W f , L 4 , Wfsfgfdf 'Q " ,f Ziwfrif ff ' f X Y . ' ffm First Row Ronnie lloxyarcl blooring Brenda joyee bloseby XfVillia1n llaywurcl Newsome Clierrill Darlene Newton Betsy Ross Noiwille 'loey Ollen Noulles llelifery Alan Qlson lltlielene Outlancl Fozfrrlz Ron' Arlene Esther Raper Saininie Gene Raper Vlulia Marie Rasmussen fXLlLll'Cy Faye Ray Xlary Frances Rieliarclson Louis Steven Rieliarclson Sara Lynn Riley ,Xclelia Rarnes Rogers , , Q! M if st Q 14 , P www' A AV ff' 0 f X W ,,, 2 7 f fi y f , Z fr , f' wif' -erwlaff Seeomi Ron' Georgia Mae Uutlantl Eclytlie Rae Owens Bobby Ray Parlier Martha Sue Pearson Barbara ,lean Petrarea Marion -lames Plielps Gloria Faye Pitt Margaret 'lean Pittman liiftlz Row Aliee Paye Rogers Mary Ellen Rose Steve William Saltas Sliirley Libby Saleeby Betty -lean Sauls Gail Dianne Sauls Sidney Stevens Seott Patrieia Anne Seburn . 'vfmg ililzirtl Ron' Pansey Faye Pope Wlilson llaeltney Powell luclv luiye Povthress Ann Elaine Prielgen Rruee Grant Pridgen Selby Franklin Priclgen Robert Ellis Quinn, ll Elsie Lee Raclforcl JUNIOR CLASS 1961 Page Fifty qu... M222 V .5 em. 1 1 X E ew N X XIV h bajy ii A Q 1 V ,:-V 'hftlyd Qin? 2. 5, ,L 'AM it ,.. f ' ' fl 'm.,7X'7, 4 . ly ww' wwe-w' 4' ' ,:.- V -p A me 'wx 5 1 .53f',,Qf2 Aggie 2, Vi f ff i f 9 Zwezse QZZQQZQ ' Q 'N f e , e gizff fill g'Q22?iiZZ?? rJ,i225f2Q I f i Av., Q, Q AvWWWWZ74Wyfe7 2'2 "" fwwwf f X like ff 1 gf ,' ye ff 1 r i, f ,ff A ..,, f Q 2 ' 1 ,rw , vmbfg, s ' f g if . X W f Q,-H , . V 45 ,QV sw X 7 .44 gf . If , efsW,f ,f rf f M 'f Z pf X065 -if fi wer fwf K W . , , X W X lvrxr Hour Seeoml llmr' Marvin Roger Sluirpe, Ir. Donald X'VLlX'Cl'lY Smitlr Carolyn Sue Slrillett 'luunitu Ann Slmingleton Clare Aclel Siesennop .loan Lee Sims Betty ,logrnne Skinner Leslie Wloyne Skinner Phyllie ,lo Slqinner llozrrflz llmv Sum Clurli Stronueli Nlzirvin Wlillurcl Taylor Ralph Allison Temple Dottie nlurie Thorne leeontrrcl nlielmel illliorne ,lumes Pray Tomlinson ,lumes lXl21l'VlD Turner, gl Roluert loseplr rllurner Virginia Ann Spence lloclerieli Wltlyrie Spivy l32ll'l7Lll'Ll Ann Stallings Kay Clorclon Stallings l3LlI'l3Lll'Ll lean Staneil Dolores Roselyn Sttlneil Xvillium KL'l1I1Lxll1 Stuneil Fiftlz llou' llzzrrl llon' George Braxton Starling George XVillirrm Stinngle, Ill .Iulius Bryant Stitli llorotlly Louise Stoltes Eclnzi Louise 'Stoltes Shirley Ann Stokes Lzllulr Kay' Strielxltrntl Marry Ann Strieltlrrml Alvin Ray Tynclrrll Vernon VVuyne 'liyson Stephen Lee Vtrnclernoot Dorothy Sugg Vieli Rencly Faye Viverette I George lginclemun W ninwriglrt, lr. r. Loretta -lean Vlluller Lincln Gray Wlulston JUNIOR CLASS 1961 lhrrga Iifry one JUNIOR CLASS t l Nova Katherine XfN'z1rtl Elizabeth Eugene lflflatson lamcs Gaston Vlflatson, lr. David hlarylancl llfehb Kathryn lvinborne Vvebb 'lames -lennings VVells -limmy Guilford Vlflells Ervin Lee lvheeler Roland Lee White Anne Louise Vlfiggins Robert Douglas VVilkerson ,ludith Peggy Vlfilliams Kenneth lXlark VVilliams Linda Faye Vlfilliams Patricia Ann ltVilliams Randall -lo Vlfilliams Richard Alfred VVilliams Shelby 'lean Yvilliams Dorothy Carol Vlfilliamson George Roger Vllinbon Patricia Ann lVindham Samuel Edwin VVinsteacl 'luclitli Lynn Vvood Vlfilliam Moses llloodard Servet Lester Zeko lzmior lroys, F. Rullacuiiz amd ill. Phelps, introduce prospective soplioniores, L. Barker und C. Oates, to life nt Fike. Jigga is , . i f., f 1 1 A ft' ff gi ., Ai. im 4. . Emfaflv yn.. . U 'f ',""f'4x ,' ..,. ' 'Z 5 ' ' uf 3, f , - W- JZY egg: ,M g 7 f .inf :-44,14 . ' . up Q fs x f c 4 Page Fifty-two f A . ,v -a, f A X XR f. NOT PICTU RED Willie Thomas Baker lohn Franklin Barfield, lr. Ioe Allen Barkley Gerald Thomas Barnes Gordan Adams Barnes Rebecca Fay Barnes Henry Milton Bass joseph VVilton Bass Garland Wilson Batts Lori Grace Batts Raymond Connor Bissette James Stacy Brantley Earl Thomas Brown Louis Fay Bullock Bobby Gene Collins jimmy Gray Cone Roger Dale Crabtree lackie Earl Davis Frances Doretta Edwards Richard Earl Ellis Hilder Ray Ferrell Patricia Ann Frazier Evelyn Frizzelle Donald Ray High Gerald Alton lones Ed Hardy Lamm Iames Gaskile Lewis, jr. Peggy Marie Meeks David Marion Moody, lr Sally Harwell Nixon Patricia Ann Nunnery Linda Lee Phillips ludy Faye Poythress William Carson Renfrow Y Thomas Isaac Rogers, Ir. Charlie Ray Sharp Iames Melvin Sutton Nancy Louise Tucker Charles Douglas Walston Margaret Walston Albert Lannis Watson Danney Braxton VVilliam lr. 'YVWLQ r-uh., Outstanding junior Personalities chosen by the Fike Hi-Zette: N. Holt, G. Jenkins, Matthews, A. Cladson, F. Farmer, S. Forbes, Eatmon, B. Kringle. Champion and -l. Hadge, co-chairmen of junior Tag Day, re mare to distribute tags. :ri . P l is M. johnson and Turner enjoy dancing at the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. S. Zelto, B. Hayes, and D. Webb try their salesman- ship during the Junior Light Bulb Sale. S. Harris and other Juniors sell tags to raise money for their class treasury. VVaitresses S. Riley, Bottoms, and K. Stallings entertain guests at the junior-Senior. ill. Brown and D. Chocklett are intrigued with mechanical drawing under the instruction of lVlr. Gilbert A. Rose. Olflflclilisz Rwbvrts. Glxlvcs, Sl1c1'wuucl, amd Parrzllmlulx' XDVIS1--RS: Huw, Cllmcr. Cay, Marklin, Nublc, Bcunum, Putter- Sun, BLIHZIIII, SIiiI1l1CI', High. and XVz1r1'cn .S '7 , E-SWS, QE E v S- WS S fp QW iw SW fwfw ,Z f X SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Prcsidcazt VVILI, QQRAVES Vice-Prusiflcazi IJEBORAH PARRAIUORE Svw'utn1'3' , , JXNN ROBERTS 'lA1'cfrs111'cr CQEORGE SIIERVVOOD SOPHOMORE ADVISERS MRS. ELISA BEAIXION MR. PAUL IXIARKLIN MRS. N1LnnEl1 BULLARD A1188 ll,-XTTIE NOBLE M1SS -IEVVEL GM' MHS. KANIIILEEN Pfx'1'1'EnSoN MRS. IXNNE CQLOVER Mu. CQILBERT ROSE MRS. NELLIE HIGH MRS. Sfxmll SKINNER 5 1 1 1 I 1 S 5 I -in fm' I X04 A W A :fm , X f' s 0' N , f se, . ' S SW ' 4 B' W M sf .W First Bon' Carrie Belle Ahernathy llarry Thomas Abernathy llennie VVallaee Adams Behecca Ann Bailey .ludy Kay Baker Linda Ann Baker Linda Diane Baker lhornas llalston Baker Secoml Bon' Bohert Douglas Baltzegar Lynne llene Barker Diana Stevens Barnes lohn Boscoe Barnes Barha ra Sigm unde Ba rshay Bettie Ann Bass Dona Cornelia Bass Leslie Vlfayne Bass Tliiril Bout NVinil'red Bass Christine Batts Doris Ann Barts Doyie tknnette Batts Wfilliarn Dwight Batts Elizaheth Ann Biggs -Ianet Faye Bone Dorothy ,lane Bostick Fozirtlz Bow Sylvia .Ioan Bowen Lynda Shaw Bowling Thomas Wzlrcl Boyette Janet Marie Boykin Io Ann Boykin Marshall Edward Boykin Bohert Ambrose Boykin lames Franklin Bradley SOPHOIVIORE Fifth Bon' Virginia Dianne Bradley Peggy Ruth Braswell ,Xlton Vatone Britt lanet Carol Broadhurst hlildred Gretchen Bullard Edward Iames Bullock, lr blames Clifton Cale, -lr. ' Grace Christine Call CLASS , Q f rw 5' xy X V You " yi A K ww? First How Elizabeth Fortier Carr Danny Brockley Cassidy Alan Eciwarcl Clay Barbara Carol Cline Mary Sue Coggins Barbara Ellen Colcy VVillia1n Craft Deanna Dell Creccli Fozzrtlz How A X 4 g iq 5, . 1 'Kai wi g ' ' Q , O s W 6 ,. ,fs ','. pifki' W ss? A , My Q4 Q f , , an f me X! f X! V 7 M ,N W J IX y? f ,X f f ,of f Sr f .i A f t f ,N 6 -'Q A 1 we 'f f X . ,+,,,. f 2 Q QV ' f W 1 Secomi How Sherline Creekmorc Elizabeth Burxvell Crow VVilliam Charles Cublverley Elizabeth Ann Davis lris lcavonne Davis Connie Kay Deans Mary Alice Deans 'lamcs Carlyle Dempsey, Ill Fifth H0111 llzzrci Hou' VVillia1n Irvin Diclvcns, ll Louis Thomas Dilcly, Ill XVilliam 'lihomas Dixon Lvncla Fave Driver james Loy Dudley Brinclia Lee Duke Margaret Elizabeth Dunn Frances lean Eatinon Blilton Raymond Eatinon Patricia Ruth Farmer VVilliam lloyvarcl Edwards Ccorgc Raymond Farris Vvillialn hrvin Elliot -lean Leslie Farris Io Ann Ellis lucly Faye Ellis nluclitli Ann Emory Linda Ann Evans Lynne Marie Farely Elizabeth Iackie Fish Douglas Houston Fitzgerald Suzanne Flowers Alex Ray Forbes Brenda Ioyce Franks SOPHOIVIORE CLASS 1961 I nge Fifty-six 455 'inf' 'ighggv ww I liirst Hou' Second How 'l'l1irfl Hou' Leah Carol Pulghum Mary Cheatham Harris Brenda Pearl llinnant Edward Pmonney Galloway Pruth Snow Harriss John Daniel Hohgood, Jr. James Cleon Godwin Barbara Phyllis Hayes Mary Annette Hodges Harry Abbit Goodwin Vivian Ann Hayes Patsy Rose Hollonian Henry Garland Granger, III Williziin Oliver Hedgepeth Carolyn Louise Holloxyell VVillia1n Thompson Graves James Draughn High, lll Doris Faye Horne Donald Cleveland Hardison Stephen Henry Iligh Sandra Gayle Horne Jo Anne Hardison Frederick Morton Flight, III ,-Xnn Carolyn Horton Fourth How loyce Ann House Willizim Julius Howard, Jr. Martha Lane Hussey Ann Braswell Jennings Brenda Lois Johnson Jaequelyn Priscilla Johnson leincla Paulette Johnson Eddie Eugene Joyner SOPHONIORE Fiftlz Row Janice Faye Joyner Jesse Clahourn Joyner Patricia Ann Joynicr XVanda Pmohhins King Donald Glenn Lannn Joseph Bryan Lannn, II Xlarilyn Joyce l,annn Myra Elizaheth l,annn CLASS 1961 Page Fifty-wi r iz W 494' 3 1 fs f - 'ww fi 7 A ' 1 in 'N' f ' 4 ,maya , I 5 ., Q, , X 7 inf' S W f f Q .,,. , , ,X kfwyxle., f S0 In +V, 71 ' A mg W S new lirsf limi' Wfilliriin llenry Luinm ,Xlice Louise Langley llertliu Connie Lzingley Clyde hlzirshull Lewis Coy Edwin Lucas hlgirgnret Louise hlursli Ntmnie hltle hlrittliews , A ,,,.m-so G Seenml Row Claudia hlclieel Charles Knox hlehlilltin Donald Ray hlercer Eddie Cairlund Nlerecr Mary Ann hlillzircl Emily Sherri' hlinla Earnest Claude hlullen if lllzirrl limi' Ruhr' Victoria Nichols fhzirlotte Ann Oates hlzixinc -lewel O'Neal Timothy Edwin Overmzin ,Xliee Eziye Givens Xlurvin Owens Viviun lo Owens l32ll'l3Lll'ilA Belinda Earlier Clilrol .learn hleCullen liozirtlz lrlmv ludx' Dianne Ptirlxer Betty Carolyn Ncwcomh Dehorzih lean Pzirrzimore Szirrih lirrinces Patterson Nlurvine Dale Petway Kritliryn Allen Phelps -lznnes Vvillium Pittman Xiinev lo Pittinan llucly' Liynn Pittman Fifth lion' Vvillilllll Bryan Pittman Royce Nesters Povthrcss Douglas llowaird Price 'Sylvia Curylon Price Marion Lafayette Priclgcn Annie Leigh Prince 'lennie Gale Proctor rllhoinris Edward Quinn SOPHOIVIORE LASS 1961 Page Fifty-eiglif Mp, f X WI Q 'WWMA If as 1 fir lfmi 1 -. in T 'Q Vw 'f fy . X mf A , B! A6 ,gy -4qga.l,,.-v First Ron' SUCUIILII Ron' Carol Dianne Reicl XfVilliam Ruffin Reaves Donald lluluert Rose Marjorie -lacqualyn Rose ,ff VW 7 AVA! MG farm ef f f fy 4' wr-4' 4,.,:':, -Ar: ' A 3. r ,,, 1 li 2, if is ,Z gtg , 4 I li ml Ron' Ronald llarcly Skinner Rolnert Braxton Sinitli. lr. Georve Willizinis Rickman luclitli Anne Sawyer .Xnnie Laura S nauvli ' 4 h 1 ' . . . X1 1 ' 1 YT lliomas Uwens Riley Virginia Lynn Scliacle Robert Lmeison Stamper Patricia Ann Roberts Curtis Cay Robinson lloraee Pope Rogers, Clark Ann Rose Fozirtlz Ron' Uliyer Glenn Stone Viyian Lee Strieklancl ,lulia Kay Sutton Gene Arthur Taylor ,lanies VVillia1n Taylor, Riclaarcl llarry 'lice Romona Faye Temple Benjamin Eclyvarcl rllhoinpson i-Xrtliur -laines Sliacklelorcl, Ill lf-oluluy Ray Stancil George Royal Slieryyoocl. Il Claucle Ernest Simons, lr. Ernest Russell Skinner, -lr. ,laines Ciilinar Stancil Roluert Rruce Stancil Cleorgia llomlinson Starly .,. , lflftlz lion' Laura Kay 'llioinpson Sandra Ulray llomlinson Reatrice llomlinson llurner Sylyia Vick Barlvara Lllen Vllalston Margaret lzstelle Xllatlyins farol Lee lvatson Racliel Lawrence Xllatson 53? 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Amie Gloveifs l1SSC1lll7lj' progmiiz Major lleizry of tlze Miss Virgiiziu liizowles gives llltlllltllllll llelp to li. Ilolziisoiz iii t Sfzlmtioiz flfillj' tallzecl. Dr. R. lltiiiziiioziel gave, for tlze llcr U'orlil llislory 4-hiss wlzilu otlzers stzult' mul li. liorlies Civitzm Cflizli, lmml risers iizmle lift' Mr. Cilliert R0se's lioys. hogs tlze picture. Vw My-...f l. Soplzoiizore Presieleizt U7. Graves, F. Ulells mul Boylain explore tlzeir B. Carr mul Sl1Ul'lI'0Ot'l final Lntiii II Bronfilzurst, nmol S. Patterson exmiziize new literature lioolzs. with Bliss Hnttie Nolile i'ewr1rdiiiQ. gifts for iieefly for tlzeir project. ' VV. B. Pittiizmi, B. Czzlilierly mul R. VVats0iz explain slzort story Bliss jewel Clay, Eizglisli tenclzer, ussisteil lin' D, Higlz mul gl. A. projects to tlzeir tenclier, Mrs. Sue Ufnrreii. Ellis, ilisplnys original lnoolz Covers. mmf , HECK New X7 t 1 I 1 x 'fi x -fs 1 WX? 35 7 Ar , w X f,,4 Lxig I , . Q-11 Q ZXW'I'Uz.xX W QW f at X f Wx ' 1 v. 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W ' Y' fix. 374 lgozzfire Pep Holly lvefore I1UHlC'C0111ilI.Q,. gk f-3 , 'ill was' , K 'A . The Howl lemls 1lI1lCll color. B - fi?-1-was.. , . . ., .- 1: 4, , 3 W3 5, 1' ' 'wit B BOOK THREE 1 ' 1 F il-'I ,l 'l , E It , l 1 fist 1. 11,1 5 -- 1 1- " f.-. ' . 1 ' 'QSJZ' l-f':129l lxmcls playing liglit songs . . excitement in tlie air . . elieerleuclers yelling , . . tieliets on sale . . . rii'ul1'y ldetween selmuls . . . fans Clblliflllllg from tlie sicle lines . . . players sweating gmcl toiling . . B017 Lac sells tickets for Friclziy zziglzt gmzzes, Football Honor Day lfopposile pngel eonelies pueing clisttmee . . . praise for winning . . . ldlume for losing. no f W 5 W 1!m41 X , ' rg 14451 shffl 'v 4 WM ' 5 K , - .- fr ,A 2 G- N T Q J 57+ f ff-5 ff W ff 4' M w f ff? I Xjy W4 W ' ff ILVW' ,MSW W My 7 ,zf f ff! W L- 7 . , V f 7 f , 2, V aw 43, Z ' V f f ' x f g ,,,,,, V V? , ff Y, , ,fi ff U , . N . ,f,, . .Mi Q " ,sf f ij 3 , 5 , Alf" , gg daft f p x ,Q . saga wifsff ri M-if K 4-ww. W 41 U George A0Ya111,s drivcs off first tee at Ufilsozz ' C ' f WI 1 ,ozumy C 11 1. W x, . . . . Cf. Li'7Hl1Z1l'l'1'Zlf clzcks 0 mrflfzffe affmnst ,g , ,S .5 Golffsboros flete1'111112ecf defense. Y V 1 Hzzdy Pittumvz shooting against Greerzville. C50-Cnpmizzs rccuiw El'IS1L'VlI Cf0I7fUl'UIlL'C Cwfzmzzpiozz ship tmplzy. if M Pete Barnes receives t'I1W1VL'1 ns Most Vnlualale Baseball Player. ' i COACHING STAFF Mr. Paul Marklin in his three years as head coach has suc ceeded in building several championship teams. For the past two years, he has served as President of the Eastern AAAA Conference, having been elected by other members of the con ference. This year he was also chosen to coach the East team in the EasteVVest All'Star Game in Greensboro. Mr. Bill Weir has played a vital part in the coaching staff for the past seven years. His work with the football team has been essential to their success. His goodenatured personality makes him popular with all that know him, has proved himself to be a capable and worthy member of the coaching staff. Ilis work in other sports has been of the great est value. Mr. Bill Eanes, in his third year, has shown himself to be a well-liked and competent member of the coaching staff Mr. Paul Blake, in his first year with the coaching staff, has added greatly to the tremendous effort put forth by the entire staff to achieve the success with which our entire sports program is carried out. Mr. Gilbert Ferrell, in his third year as head baseball coach, y s, yssw,sw. . ., , .f , . . , f 1 ,Z X, , f 1 f . X , 'rf I VAP.s1TY: Bottouz ron'-F. Vllehb Ceo-headfl, A. Flowers Cinaseotj P. Powell Ceo-heady. Second ron'--I. Baker, P. VVindham, B Raines, G. Spence, K. Vliehh, Riley, Cuhberley, M. Thomas -IUNIOH VAns1Tx': Bottom row-H. Adams, K. Sutton, Home R. VVatson, B. Carr. Second ron'-L. Marsh, Boykin, P. Hayes Third ron'-S. Horne fcohheadl, C. Nlclieel feo-headl. HEERLEADERS "Ya'll yell now!" comes the cry of a head cheer' leader! And then the spontaneous cry, "Everybody happy, anybody blue? Then fifteen 'rahs' should pull us through!" This cheer, along with dozens ol' others, helped build the enthusiasm and spirit that gave, our team such a good record this year. Giving their all at the pep rallies and games, the cheer- leaders were admired hy everyone. The little mascot. Alice Flowers, was adored by ull, especially the cheerleaders. The hlue and white skirts and sweat- ers on the field made our spirits rise, as with their cheers, they inspired our teams to victory. Page Sixty-seven 66-61 wfililfbfw UMA larltliiz ami officials confer irfitli tlie team izisi liefore laiclmff. Un August 15, 1961, ahout seventy foothall candidates reported for the first practice at Pike. The prospects looked good although thirteen of last yearis fourteen starters, either on offense or defense, had graduated last -lune. Nevertheless, there were sixteen lettermen return- ing to the squad who would he counted on heavily, as a new season got underway, 'lihe returning veterans were ends: Edwards, Boykin, Beland, and Davisg Tackles: Bunn and 'liilleryg Guards: Connor, hlorris, and Boyking Quarterhaeks: Vlihornpson and Barnes llalfhacks: Collins and Vvainwrightg Fullhacks: liorne and Vick. 'lihe Cyc gridders worked hard in summer practice and hy the time the season opened with a non-conference game against Vvashington, they were in excellent physical Page Sixty-eight Neil Connor accepts the lVils01z Theater azrinrd oi tlle lllosf Valiialvlc' Player. condition. 'llhis preparation and the tremendous spirit of the Cyclones paid off when they crushed the larger Pampack 21-O. In the first conference game with Golds- horo a week later, the Pike chargers romped to a 34-O win over the Earthquakes. Their next contest was with Raleigh who was considered a prime contender for the conference championship. It was a hard-fought game all the way, and the Cycs went into the last quarter trailing 7-6. Then with hut three minutes left to play, the Cyclones, in an outstanding display of teamwork and courage, scored on a pass from Thompson to Kenneth Boykin and defeated the Caps 12-7. The following week, the team journeyed to Kinston where they overwhelmed the non-conference Red Devils Zl-0. Ga Cflzccrlemlers ami 11mjoVeftes lzemlrl ilzc Cyclones to tlze field I f I Bottom row: VVillia1n Boykin, Jeff Olsen, Millard Larnm, Mike Connor, Gray Barnes, George Vlfainwright, Andrew Edwards, Ed Crute, Mike Collins, Lee Horne. Second row: George jenkins, George Massey, Billy Lamm, Don iXlattox, VVhitty Bass, Bob Deans, Doug Morris, Dick Tillery, Iames Bunn, Larry Dew, Larry Gage, Carlton Beland. Tlzirrl row: Sam- my Thompson, Charles Fulcller, Howard Ede wards, Sam Stronach, Jackie Barfield, Boy Barnes, Joe Davis, John Zelao, Cordon Davis, Johnny Vick, Carlton Barnes, Neil Connor, Kenneth Boykin. Cfofrvlz illllllillll drills ivitll flze tivo-111ml llloclailzg S . J V546 The spirits were high in the Wilson camp as Marklin's chargers prepared for the next conference game with Durham. The Cye gridders were determined to avenge last year's defeat in a sea of mud. The Durham offense was highly rated, but the unyielding defense and unbeatable spirit of the Cyclones enabled them to secure an 8-6 win over the Bulldogs. The following Friday saw the game with Rocky Mount postponed because of weather conditions, but in the Saturday night contest that followed the Cycs crushed the arch-rival Blackbirds 26-7 to regain possession of the Shelton-Looms Trophy which had been relinquished to Rocky Mount last season. The Homecoming event with always-strong Fayetteville was an exciting affair in which the Cyc machine swung into gear and completely outclassed the Bulldogs in the second half to cop a 34-6 victory. The next week the boys gave all they had in preparation for the crucial game with VVilmington where a victory would sew up the Eastern AAAA Conference champion- ship. The Cyclones' superb defense along with brilliant offensive play enabled them to return with the conference crown, whipping the VVildcats 20-6. The year's first loss came at the hands of the nonconferenee foe, Greenville. The Cyc chargers failed to hold a one-touchdown lead and the Phantoms, with a last quarter score, won by a single point, 20-19. A tired Cyclone team ventured to Baeford for the last game of the regular season. Hampered by injuries to key personnel, the Cyc gridders lost to the non-conference Bucs 20-14. A little of the tremendous spirit had faded away. VVilson played host to VVinston-Salcm's Reynolds in the playoff game to decide who would play in the State AAAA championship game. After a two weeks' stretch in which to recupcrate, the Cyc warriors played with their old spirit and enthusiasm. The Wilsoii chargers gave it all they had, but an eighty-five yard punt return and a field goal by the Black Demons spelled the winning margin, as they squeezed past us, 9-7. CARLTON BARNES QiRAY BARNES Box? BARNES XNHITTY BASS 3 it l Q' l CARI.ToN BELAND KENNETH BOYKIN VVILLIARI BOYKIN -TAIXIES BUNN 4. lVlIKE COLLINS NEIL CCJNNOR ED CRUTE CoRDoN DAVIS - ff Ms W msmwm. Bottom row: Vick, S. Thompson, C. Adams, L. Horne, M. Lamrn, G. Barnes, C. Beland. Second row: P. Barnes, C. Barnes, B. Moore, E. Crute, C. Davis, A. VVOOten, Bunn. Third row W. Boykin, Zeko, VV. Bass, A. Edwards, M. Collins, B. Langley, L. Cage. Fourth row: P. Askew, B. Barnes, N. Connor, Matthews, C. Vllainwright, H. Edwards. Fifth row: B. Deans, C. Baker K. Boykin, D. Tillery, D. Nlattox, Carter, C. Massey. Sixth row: D. Morris, B. Larnm, Bunn L. Dew, Barfield, Coach Paul Marklin. v ! i Victory comes, not witlzozit work l BOB lJEANS LARRY DEW ANDREW EDWARDS LARRY CAGE I I E x s 1 i 9 L J... - i v Q 1 4, 2 ,IOIIN ZEKO JOHNNY VICK lJICK VIBILLERY SAixflix1Y THOMPSON 1 e l DOUG lVlORRIS ' 5' -L Z A-...A l CiEORCE lVlASSEY lVlILLARD LAMM BILLY LAMM 'PQ A T if-i ?"I ,, J, 'SE-lf. ,ff lolzii Tcii' woiiizzs Hoizizie Haines Horiizecmizizzg Queen 01' O llzc SL"IlfI1'Sl Y' '- V Cflzct'i'lc'mlci's pup it 11. Uno of the most loolxccl-forwarclvto Cvcnts of thc foot- hall scason, llomccoming, was mct with tagcr 'l1lflCiP'l' timc, we clectccl a Homecoming Ouccn vi ho was crowned in a colorful halftimc ccrcmony. The paraclc, with its splcnclicl floats, thc honfirc pcp rally, thc crowning of tht quccn, ancl of coursc, thc thrilling gricliron victory maclc pumilt uiizimig float 1 ul tion and claluoratc urcnaration. Ihis ycar, for thc first l l , clay to rcmcmhcr. our l lomccoming a rom omecoming fo . . . wg N5 'vu i Q5 In i 4 .31 Sf fm Lai ww Z ,fmt f smx'-q...m Q14 S.. Ncycr coulcl a town show morc cnthusiasm anal loyalty for a tcam than VVilson has in the past fcw ycars. Fans turnccl out hy thc thousands. 'llwo trains of thirty-onc coachcs thc largcst numhcr cycr chartcrccl for a high school gamc-carrictl thc crowcls to Vvilmington for the gamc. Excitcmcnt ran high throughout thc wholc LIIACZI. Thc hoys wcrc fctccl on many occasions. Thc llomcf coming gamc with Faycttcf villc ancl thc championship gamc with Rcynolcls wcrc thc highlights of thc V960 scason. f' ' A Dv" Mike Cfollilzs scores tl.gLlfIISf U7i11sto1zfSf1lcu1's RUITIIO c amlaiorzd ip game . . . W4 X ' .W M cfirnzmz of l3or11'J gives rcfcogzzilimz to cfzmrzgvimz cmfcfzcs. v ,Q X W W, ,, U'il5r111 lmck t7ffL'lll17fS In 5111051011 m1f1'z1sf1i11Ag lilzclmcker. Q6L.'ff0lf'I1 C CLIWZIQJ . Page Scve1z1y'f0u1 XVilw11 Wfilsold XVilsun Xvilsmm Wfilsn mn NW lawn YW lawn Xfvilmn Wfilsmm Xvilsun Xfvilsrm SLTOREIZOAHIJ ll XVLISIUIIQIUII O 34 Goldsboro . , , O I2 Rgllcigh , . 7 21 Kinslmm A O S lDLll'hLlll1 . 6 26 Rocky Mount , , , 7 34 Fuycttcvillc 6 20 VViIITlil1gllJl1 A 6 19 Clrccnvillc 20 14 IRLICFUIII , . 20 7 XfViI15IUl1'SLllClTl 9 f1U'L'lll7fllilI5 with SlzU1i1111fl2ncm1s r14l'U17ll'1'. W 22222 2 22 2222,22 2222 2 2-2, 222 22 2- U 2 2 2 I-1 I 111, ' 11 Bottom row: T. Barnes, Bennett, G. Farris, B. Dickens, B. VVoodard, H. Abernathy, H. P. Rogers, C. VVheelcr, G. Sher- wood. Second row: Olsen, B. Dixon, S. Stronach, M. Lanier, D. Tuherville, H. Goodwin, B. Smith, B. Howard, D. High, B. Bradley. Third row: C. Fulcher, XXI. Connor, E. Simons, Stan' cil, B. W7hccler, R. Pittman, B. Edwards, E. Lucas, G. Duke. Xvi lson Yvilson VW I son Vvilson Xvilson Vvilson VVilson VVilson Vvilson SCOREBOARD 37 Kinston s . . , O 7 Bocky Mount . . , 6 6 Raleigh . 6 9 DLIl'I11ll11 12 O Fayetteville , 7 31 Col cl shoro , O 12 Vvihnington , . 6 6 Raleigh . 7 19 Bocky Mount . O Ernie Simons szmres pass against Bocky Mount Vfs. JUNIOR VARSITY Page Scwrztix fin' K, Ilrayfcilz 11705 Vtlillij' for1'cIwz1mY. Ufilsmz lmiilcs Cl1'uU111'illu IIIZIICI' ilu' Imslzct rsiiy C7lL'U1'l6'tll'ICV5 Mwst Ufilsmz myers. VARSITY BASKET BAL SCHEDUL Kinstrm Cl1'L'c11x'illL Culxlplucll Clcmldslw1'o Vvilson vcrszfs liaycttcvillc Rocky Nou Du rhum Raleigh VVilmingtcm Ilf 8 W diff, I Q " - - is ii I 4..,.MM-mv f? as W 5 , ix. flu 62 " 1' ,.... ,Vg A x If "A nf V f ,f 1 I 1 f 1 1 1 X I 3 Z ! , Z A img: lf' 23 NM- M 1 M as N at Q o- o .W V ff QW ,Z X 'Z fn' .Si W x W -Q Qt ws W K 5 W Q Ql- 1 Ac- i 4' cf if Q, mo' ,E -0+ an 4 1 WAS ff! I!! f 4 Y Q- -22 , L 4 1 X C X v F H3 V, IZVQ x Q , , ff N... L' xi H H , QZZA f q TV ' " l' ix C Qu, ' ' V, ,..,,, , , 'YW M, x , vi , Qgsw' ' 5 ,-Nw f S. B A S E B A L L Stilllllblllll kfVilson vcrszrs Greenville Uurham Goltlsboro liayetteville Rocky Mount XVilmington Raleigh ,Sis . I. Tnllou waits one out. Q1 W0 Bottom TOIUZ D. hlatthews, E. Fulfortl, B. hlorris, F. Elliot, C. Barnes. G. Wlainxvriglrt, Tarlton, G. Baker. Seeoml rout: l thews, P. Priclgen, D. Ferrell, C. Bt-land, ul. Sakas, ll. Langley, P. Barnes, ll. Parker. Al. llarfieltl. Tlzirtl row: l-. Gage. ll. Nlatto jones, l. Carter, H. lftlwartls, R. Boykin, bl. Strickland, Coach G. Ferrell. Spring is not here yet, but, as the book goes to press. fleacl Baseball Coach Gilbert Ferrell is looking forwarcl to that first clay of baseball praetice. The turnout this year shoulcl be good, although the team has lost six men through gracluation. Some of the veterans are: first base, Donnie hlattoxg shortstop, Carlton Barnesg outfielcl, .lerry Garter, Garlton Belantl, George Vlfainwright, Bobby Langley, Steve Sakas, lames Matthews, Howarcl Eclwarclsg catchers, Ken Boykin and George Massey. Some of the juniors coming up this year, such as Rogers, Elliot, ancl Shackleforcl are going to be great competition for some of the veterans. Last yearls reeorcl was very goocl, with ten wins ancl two losses. ilhey beat VVilmington for the first time in four years. The team went to the State AAAA Conference game but lost to East Mecklenburg 3-2. This year looks even better than last year anal with goocl team work, the boys coultl go all the way. U. fllfztlox uilzips in tlle firm! out. if TRACK '61 Unclcr thc competent lcaclcrship of Coaches lkflarklin and Wlcir, thc track team has progrcsscd sincc hcginning contcrcncc competition last ycar. With morc cxpcricncc and many morc participants, this ycar's track tcam should hcttcr last ycar's rccorcl. To the right arc sonic of thc hox s on this ycar's tcam. Bottmzz row: Z. llacllcy, Stancil, Nl. Lanicr, C. Fulchcr. Top row: C. Farris. T. Barnes, ll. Edwards, B. Eclwarcls. GOLF ln the carly spring thc mcmhcrs ol' the Fikc Senior I Iigh golf tcam mcct lor practicc on thc coursc of thc Vvilk son Country Club. .fklitcr a disappointing scason last ycar in which the tcam was clcfcatccl in scycral ol' thc modal play tournaments, thc school looks forwartl to a morc rcwarcling cxpcricncc this ycar. Scnior Ccorgc Adams is thc only rcturning mcmhcr ol' last ycar's tcam, hut with scycral talcntccl ncwcomcrs on thc tcam, who hayc compctccl in many tournamcnts tn' ruvhout thc stitc wc cypcct to hayc 1 hcttcr showing rl s X I II f DAMS I IDARNES Dix f s qixll I Simows s TENNIS 'lihc tcnnis tcam is losing morc boys than in past ycars, hut is looking, for a succcssliul ycar. Thcrc wcrc four to gracluatc and onc who will not he hcrc for the games. 'lihc only x ctcran to comc hack will hc fknclrcw Eclwarcls. A good prospcct for thc ycar is Knox Nlclklillan, and thc tcam is looking forward to more tryouts. TENNIS TEAlXl BOHOHL row: VV. Craycs, Eatman, Pittman. Top VOIFI A. Eclwarcls, ll. Goodwin, K. hlchlillan. l 1 5 . . , . . M ' ' . ' 5 in goll' rij ycar. COL 7 'i 1 2 XM fx f I . j f ul. xl. R. . 'ru . ,f 1 -. Ibn., DONNA VV1L1,iAixis -IANHI' l3o'i"i'omis lDIXll', EI.I,lO'l"I l,ou Ni-.w'ioN Bll'l"l'll-1 Sioiuis KM' S'rAiI.iNc:s lunr XN'nsoN XvHI'lI'll-Ill? l,i-ii, A O Leading the hand in street parades and performing with it in half-time shows are the drum major, Vlfhitfield Lee, and the eight talented, energetic lnajorettes, un- der the eompetent leadership of Donna VVillianis. They have added mueh eolor and liveliness to the appearance of our hand. This past summer the majorettes could he seen at the Greenville Band and hilajorette Camp. The new routines and lundainentals that they learned helped give our majorette eorps an excellent variety of entertainment this year. lhe result ol' Majorette Camp and long hard hours ol' praetiee could he seen as these eight high stepping girls perlorined with agile precision at various lunetions of the hand. The inajorettes with their eolorliul dress uniforms ol' hlue and white or their Christmas ones ol' red and white added inueh to the enjoyment of the erowd and the exeitelnent of the season. fi Ji ,A fv,ff?W'Ai? ffx' 4 .. ,, ,. 1- V-w4,,,,5 V , XM I W Wkxvw , Q if J ,ff S 4 f y . X 1 af. Q Z f h X X sv ff if 3 , 3' The Key Club Boys attend church in a body. Uur band plays for Mr. Kennedy in Greenville . . . a great honor. BOOK FOUR JAM ifgirxfi stunt night . . . hidden talents . . Sadie Hawkins with "Get your man" . , junior-senior with ruffles and flowers . . clubs and parties . . . games and parades . . echoes when the year is der vibrate in the memory . . Senior boys learn of army opportunities from S. F. C. Roberson. Sadie Hawkins Dance Costfume VVinners fopposite pagej 1 f . . w 5, 1 Y X :.. :,. cf 4 f 4 ,,,. -I ff fb i .F , Q . '41 ez 4 ,, 6 I Q EA YW k we if 6 Q. I Z1 , M ff' QQ .QR A Q ,wh y X f, A VA,, , 1 V , ,J Q, ,M I k XX S. ' ? ..-0349, 'UQ "is, 9 5 cugfim in 2 -. 5 NE.. X my fi F H S wazznunm -ui 'K if' 4' Mr. Eller ormel' lmml lemler, is lzonorenl 7 lu' lmzzzl at 5 aecinl lml -time vrovmul. . l l -3 Mizlniglzt Pep rally at tlzc ClOlll'fl70l1SC follows the l'lCfUl'j' in l'K'Ill111llIlQf0lI. l,l'f:'I9IIl'l1Z1Q for n lvig party. l'tYl"l' ussismzzts soc'iz1li:v wlzile clzcclcizzg Corrillor passes. HI. lllflwlfrj' L'U1ll170SL'S music for sclzool Song wriitezz lry Clzzlvlverly, S. Riley, mul S. Forlws. Ciiftnrus IJANIEL fiL1fffJ1"f1l'Cf1 ief M1 ss LLLA Avcrocx Adviser 1961 Io l3LNToN Business .llfznager Miss Viiiuiwm Kiwowtigs flrlviser ACCOLADE STAFF 1961 VVhen the senior class chose us to be on the editorial staff of the 1961 ACCOLADE, we felt honored to have our classmates place such confi- dence in our ability. It was not long, however, before we realized that there was more work than honor attached to portraying the story of a year at Pike High School. VVith no experience and with no time to work on the book except after school hours, and with the desire to keep up our high scholastic standards, and also to be in the center of everything happening, we found it dif- ficult to settle down to the drab drudgery of working behind the scenes, instigating activities and trying to push people toward fast-approach ing deadlines. Drawing layouts, gathering props for pictures, planning pictures, identifying them, and writing and revising copy, we discovered was very detailed and tedious. Wistftillx' we watched the crowds go home at 3:15, those of us who stayed settled down to work hard until dark. hliss lzela Avcock, facing again another entirely new force, had to acquaint us with the complicated work facing us, She tried to inspire us to put forth our best efforts and produce a book com- parable to or even better than those that have preceded it. Now that the 1961 ACeoLAnE is in your pos- session, we hope that you like it and that when- ever you pick it up, now, or in the years to come, that echoes of the joys of this year will ever "vi- brate in your memory." CCOLAD BUSINESS STAFF OF ACCOLADE-'I961 Last fall fourteen members of the senior class were chosen to be on the business staff of the .-Xecoi.AnE. 'lhey were all honored to receive such recognition and plunged into the challenging task before them. ln groups of two, the members set out on their mission of selling ads to help defray the expense of the 1961 1XeCoI.AnE. They spent many hours in the afternoons walking the streets and going from one business firm to an- other. They realized that they were to serve as ambassadors of good will in making new friends for the school. They set the deadline for selling ads for january, and they realized that Alanuary was arriving earlier this year than they had ever remembered before. ln some places, as always, they met with rebuffsg but they also made new friends who were glad to buy ads. After the task of selling and collecting was concluded, they had to draw off pages, type them, collect mats, and balance the books. VVith the help of their ex- perienced adviser, Miss Virginia Knowles, they finished their job and did their part to give the students a book which would bring them "echoes of the year just o'er." KV' U ' ns' W5- Tlie Editorial Staff lives it zip at "l-e1ti's lzmlgef' After school, the Business Staff leaves to sell ads EDITORIAL STAFF: M. Giuvcs. C. Luna, F. Siiiimlcrs, Nl. E.1Duim, I, Irvin, Il. lxing, I, Nlilcs, S. lloyd, -I, lliiirluwt, Il. lliiim-s NI. Tliumas. SIUIZLIIIZAQI VV. B2ll'IJULl1'. CI. Lcc, C. lhmiul, II. Lcc, Bliss I,.clzi Ayuwla, mlviscr. BUSINESS S'I'1XI3F: II. Pricc, XI. Ilclmiig, If. llullin, -I. Herring, I3'IilCIxIHii11, Miss Virginia linmvlcs. m1'1'isw', I. lk-iili-, Al. Xlblilm XI. Priclgeu, I. VVuIstcm, E. Pz1ttci's41n, IV. Dullois, KI. Bmven Page Eighty 'sci LII CDPFICERSI Lee Horne, Nlr. Alsey Stott, fncziitiv mi riser' Sandy Moore, errv Bernstein. Sammy Thom uf , , , . . l SOI1. THE STUDENT COUNCIL lllhc Student Council, which is composed of homeroom representatives with hir. Alsey Stott as adviser, did a splen- did joh for the entire school this year. Cetting off to a good start, the mcmhers presented the first program which emphasized school spirit. Next, the Council memhers worked in the concession stands to raise the needed funds to carry on this years work. 'llhe most important duty of the Council was planning and executing a successful flomecoming celehration. Planning the float, the parade, and the half-time entertainment and selecting sponsors-all were the responsihility of the Council. Climaxing the day was a dance in the Recreation Center. After llomecoming the Student Council sponsored the annual Sadie llawkins Dance. hlany committees were or- ganized to carry out this project which proved to he success- ful and highly entertaining. Patricia Bridgers and Ceorge .lenkins won the costume prizes. This year the memhers decided to give a Christmas Party for fifteen children. Even Santa came to this party and brought surprises for each child. 'Iihe joy received by the Council memhcrs amply repaid them for their efforts. As always, the Council held Quiet Wieck hefore mid-term examinations. lmmcdiately after the examinations were over, the Student Council helped the hlarch of Dimes Drive hy giving a dance. The profits from this and the money col- lected in each homeroom was turned over to the local hlaich ol' Dimes office. .ln the middle of liehruary. the traditional Student-Faculty haskethall games took place. hlemhcrs of the Student Coun- cil worked hard to make this a mcmorahle night, even though the faculty won hoth PQLIHICS. llihc annual election of officers for the incoming year drew the activities of the Student Council to a close. Bottom row: R. Owens. L. Miles, Moore, H. Vllatson, M. Craves, N. Holt. S. Vick. L. Stokes. Second row: ll. llardison, ll. Vllilkins, ll. Lannn. N. Connor, I.. Horne, S. Barnes, S. Thompson, C. Vllhite. nl. Boykin. Third row: A. Roberts, P. VVindham, Hadge, ll. Pitt- man, VX . Craves, Owens, D. Fitzgerald, hernstein, -lordon, C. Abernathy, nl. Cuhherley, Mr. Alsey Stott. Htl Whiting the copy, placing the pictures, marlting olil' the ads, keeping within the budget, proofreadingwall malic up the newspaper stallus mad, lirantic scramble to meet a dead- line eight times a year. 'llhe lfilze lliffcttc was headed this year by Stancil llarnes, ljditor-in-Chief. The editorial stall' was responsible to Ann Von Miller and lleide VVatson, whose duties consisted ol' seeing that all news stories and leaturc a rtieles were covered, written up, turned in, and eheclted. Dottie llulloclq and Alice Shepard headed the business and advertising phase ol' the paper, which included soliciting ads, circulation, and iii- nances. Donna VVilliams and Gloria Barker serve as Senior Supervisors. The paper which comes out once a month includes school news, special features, and editorials. It tries to present an accurate picture of each months school life. It also recognizes students' achievements. Une phase of preparation for stall' members this year in' eluded a trip to the U. N. C. workshop, where they learned the latest in journalistic procedures. Each year in April the paper puts out a literary edition which consists of the best short stories, poems, and essays written by Pike lligh students and entered by their teachers. The Filze llifZctte attempts to give its readers not only the events of the school year, but also some ol' the best examples of student writing in order to malxc them licel that they have an active part in their school newspaper. The glory of seeing one's name in print, the thrill ol' having one's accomplishments appreciated, the pride in see- ing the school reeognived-all malte the day happy when the liilze Hi-Zetie comes out. Srfxiflf L1?AnFns: Sealed: Gloria llarlaer, Staneil Barnes, Donna Wlilliams. Smmlilig: Alice Shepard. U Miss Lu Uverton, Dottie bullocli, lleide Watson. Ann Von Miller. THE FIKE HI-ZETTE IILZETTE STAFF: Bottouz row: L. VViggins, B. Timberlake, G. Barker, Barnes. U. VVilliams, B. lloone, P. Seburn, IJ. 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Under the leadership ol' the officers and Miss Virginia Knowles, adviser, the Keyette Club performed the tra' ditional seryiees of assisting in the Kiwanis llorse Show, supplying a needy family with proyisions at Tlianlxsgiying and Christmas, raising money for the various tunetions from proceeds of a bake sale and eoneession stands, and supporting seliool aetiyities throughout the year. X ,, . ,. swf? ff i 1, -'-'-as .F V ' ff - " ' X ., ' 'M' t -mt, ., , s e t f - - X, 41 ' , yf J: , ah 5. A 5 M - fi W X w X , f s , Ra . I 1, A 1- 1 ,, A ,gm .,., A ,L I A X I Ds- , 3 M' ' , ii . , ' -' l , , 1 f f ' -, ff Q Qi? L3 Q- V .. 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VARSITY A moving mass ol' hlue and gold, the flash of shining instruments, over one hundred pairs of feet moving in precise rhythm, the stirring tempo of a march-all are synonymous with the appearance of the Ralph L. Fike Varsity Band at foothall games and in parades. hir. Raymond Bahelay, in his second year as hand director, continues to provide the excellent leadership, which together with hard work, produces a wonderful showing. Special emphasis on precision drill and marching resulted in many fine half-time shows and parade per- formances which paid oft with invitations to many spee cial events such as the iliarhoro Centennial and the Azalea liestival in Xvilmington. ilihe hand was tin, asked to greet Presidential Nominee, .Iohn F. Kennedy, when he arrived in Greenville during his campaign tour, and it took part in numerous parades and events, hoth in Yvilson and other towns. Bottom row: XY. l,,ee, IJVIIHI ,llaiorg illrzioreftes, l,. Newton, U. Elliott, L. Phillips, WIilson. Second rout: U. VVilliams, R. Hatche- lor, I. Holland, G. Barnes, Cf Sharpe. Tliirri row: li. King, E. Bissette, l. H. XValston, -I. A. VVatson, Nl. DeLong, VI. A. Herring, I. Brewer, B. Matthews. Fonrrli row: Z. lladley, U. Lainm, Nl. Thorne, E. Carnahan, F. Saunders. Brown, P. Fields. Fifth rmv: I. Davis, ll. llennon, C. IJIIINN, I. llieh, B. Pittman, R. Etheridge, G. Batts. Sixth row: VV. Dullois, L. Edwards, Benton, C. Nichols, AI. Owens, VI. XYatson, I. li. Stith. Top row: II. Phillips, B. VVeaver, I3. Lee, Barnes, K. Vick, YV. Barbour. D. Crabtree. l the spirit ol' the usseinhlies with inzirehes Llllll fight snngs. in Clreemille uncl the Spring Concert. Buth ol' these 1111 l 1 Bot b II11- huntl was Ll ecmnsttiiit s11L11'e1- nl pep gincl enlhusiiisin at lcmothtlll games, elieering our lezim to X'lL'lUl'y'. II11- pep huncl, eniicltietecl hy clruin inzijur, X1Vhitl'ielcl let w is 1 vittil part nl' honor clnx prngrtiins Lincl pep rallies, lJUt1Slll1S.1 Alter the lncvthgill season the hzintl turnetl its attention tu lJl'Cl72Il'll1g SL'l'l0LlS music lim' the llistriet Band Contest liUl4IHilI1CCS require the utmost in lDLlSlClll sltill which eoines unly alter countless hmrurs ul' piiuetiee llllfl tetlinus IJITIULI l'Llfl0ll. As the 1Xt1c:111,A1J1i goes to press, hh: Baihelziy anal his group are hurtl Lit work attempting to 1iel1i1w1- the ltintl ol inusietil l7Cl'l'CCIiUl1 which will hring ereclitaihle l3Cl'l'UI'I11' - V-'11 ' "1 " fl J' ' Zlmxcs at them, mmm. Cwnts' 111s1 11 B11111l 1111111 les 111 f 111s111111s l111111l1. 10111 row: 1l111jo1'ette5, D. VVilli111ns, Haul, L. Stallings, B. Stokes, II. Buttuins, Mr. Bziheltiy, 13111111 lJi1'1'1'1111'. S1'1'111111' 1'1n1': IJ. Bur' our, D. Bruwn. D. Ellis, Beicl. Third l'Ull'i ll. VV11111l, B. Stuneil, L. Ulaller, nl. Boswell, AI. llull, -I. Pnythress, -I. Wlilliznns, L. Joyner, Nl. Pridgen. Fmzrtlz row: VI. Hcillingswnrth, B. Hayes, UI. Nlussingill, R. Fulguin, P. Alnhnson, Cf. Easter, B. Price, S. Stokes. Fifth 111111: B. Bieklnzin, Nl. Iohnson, P. Skinner, S. Wlillianis, I. Nlcuiie, Bltieluiuiii, C. Farris, S. Creech. Sixth mu" l M. Bowen, T. Overman, T. Buyette, Vamle1'm111t, G. haper, lu. buvkin, VV. Spivev. C.. Faulkner. Top 111111: -I. lwdgers, C. Taiy- lor, Barnes, L. Felton, B. Joyner, il. VVhitehurst, U. Beicl, B. Bradley. JUNIOR BANDS Dlutvlon Mfxjon1e'rTEs: A. Roberts, I.. Ful gbum, B. C urr, D. Bass. A. Davis, l... Marsh K, Sutton. Kneeling: Bose. Hemi. Bottom row: A. Roberts, B. Carr, D. Bass, L. Fulghum, Bose, A. Davis, L. Marsh, K. Sutton. Second row: B. Dickens, B. Stamp- er, P. Killette, Mr. Raymond Babelay. Third row: A. Biggs, Bostiek, D. Barnes, G. Sehacle, C. Abernathy, ul. O'Neal, Fisk. Fmtrtlz row: P. Hayes, Joyner, L. Evans, 1. johnson, D. Parramore, K. Phelps, F. Bur- ron. Fiftlz mtv: bl. McDuffy, Dudley, C. Wlheeler, A. VVhitley, Nl. Priclgen, ll. Bullock, F. Wlilliums, B. Tee. Bottom row: P. Hubbard, C. Vklelton, B. Skinner, Clay, F. VVoodarcl, E. Whitle5', Mr. Babelay. Second row: S. VVooten, S. Torn- linson, P. VVindha1n, Broadhurst, S. Creek- inorc, T. Turner, M. Hodges, L. Baker, S. llorne. Tlzirti rmti: D. Wlhitley, D. Fitzgerald, H. Abernathy, S. Patterson, II. A. Harclison, S. Flowers, L. Barker, P. Farmer. Fourtlz row: P. Vllinstead, D. Turbeville, D. Lannn, B. VVillizuns, D. Butts, B. VVells. Under the direction ol' lXlr. Raymond Bahelay, and accompanied hy Charles Burt at the piano, the voices of the sixty memhcrs of the all-girl choir were heard on many occasions during the year. rlihey made many personal appearances singing for church organizations, school groups, and civic cluhs. 'lihc exceedingly large variety of music selections enahlcd the choir to render hcautifully hoth popular and classical music, hut the most exciting experience of the choir's year was the presentation for thc llirst time ol' thc new school song, our "Alina Mater." ss, Y l DLIRVIQ f'lCL'O1!Ij7tllIlSl . . , B.fxiz1'i,,xi', Director ., X, ,Q ,ff ff fyjfw M, ,, W f f an ,f jf ,WV Bottom row: Boswell, Joyner, C. Melieel, N. Lamm, M. Millard, S. Vick, L. Fulghum, A. Cunningham, K. Thompson, B. Hinnant, F. Eatmon, L. Davis, N. Matthews, M. Pearson, Y. Sasser, M. Amerson, L. Vllinstead, li. VVinstead. Second row: I. Evans, A. Rose, K. Deans, VVilliams, F. Reason D. Brown, B. Boone, Proctor, G. Spence, N. Pittman, V. Strickland, M. VVorrell, G. Wilson, C. Batts, B. Johnson, B. Coley, VVilliams, L. Edwards, E. Woodard, M. Coggins, A. Langley, M. Petway, M. VVatkins. Tlzirrl row: L. Thorne, M. Stark, C. McCullen, S. VVilliams, B. Norville, L. Baker, B. Duke, I. Batts, B. Bailey, Askew, F. Iones, B. Nichols, Baker, P. Hollef man, E. Dawson. v The Filce Quartet: C. Burt, pianist, Mr. Babclmf, director, Proctor, fl. lloyrzcr, K. Ufiiiftstead, l-. llfirfzstetrci. .f- e el'Cle Fl'Gl1CCiS Organized four years ago, the purpose of Le Gerclc Francais is to cultivate further interest in the French language and in the people and customs of France. The only qualification for being a member is to be currently enrolled in either the first or second year French classes. The officers, B. Lee, President, B. Baines, ViceePresidentg S. Saleeby, Secretary, C. Gregg, Treasurer, and B. Timberlake, Program Chairman, met at the first of the year to plan the year's agenda. W7ith the capable guidance of hlrs. George VVarren and bliss 'Iewel Gay, faculty advisers, the club enjoyed a successful year. Their first money-making project was the making and selling B' I-CC Selig lmmpoms to mise funds for me Club. of blue and gold pompoms. The club met together several nights to make them, lo further raise funds to defray club expenses, they held a basketball concession in lanuary. -.nun-nu-rl K . W L First row: hi. Phelps, Bottoms, hi. Bose, S. Saleeby, G. Melehior, Champion, D. Daniel. Second row: D. VVilliams, B. Baines, C. Lane, Nixon, B. Price, D. Tyson, B. Timberlake, B. Lee. Third row: B. Vklhite, G. Jenkins, M. Graves, U. Vick, P. Pike, B. Kringel. A. Tyndall, Miss Gay. Fourth mtv: Klrs. W'arren, N. Kinney, U. Fernald, B. High, P. Bridgers, C. Gregg, S. Boyd, I.. Miles. Fifth rmtf: Howard, B. XVoodard, -I. Koster, nl. U. Matthews, nl. Boykin, V. Tyson. lirezzclz Club nzriici mtes in lioHze'oH1i11f1 Pzrrzcle. V . - . ll Z L 'S l ln December, the senior members of Le Gercle Francais met at the Golden Weed Restaurant for a dinner party. The climax Z , Wm ,I Q of the evening occurred when a former French student at East 7 , 3 Carolina Gollege came in and spoke French to them. ? .4 The members of the French Club feel that with the world situation as it is today, language barriers need to be torn down more than ever. They enjoy learning about the French people because in learning about them, they can further understand them, and in understanding them, can do their share toward bringing about world peace. Activity and growth seemed to be the major lieatures ol' the l7uture Business Leaders this year. Under the competent leadership ol' hlrs. -lean llarriss, the l7.l3.l,.rX., ol' over one hundred and thirty members, progressed more in growth than any other chapter in the district. l7.ll.l-.1X. chapters were founded at Saratoga, lllack Creek, and Atlantic Christian College by the liike Chapter. ln August, the new members were inducted and the newly elected ol'l'ieers were installed during a banquet at l5arker's. illhe Club sponsored several projects during the year. illhe First day, a MXAfClCOIHC'fO'NCXV'SfLlLlCHiSH campaign began the yearls activities. .Xt Christmas, the club helped a needy family. Members issued a supplement to last years student directory lor the benefit ol' sophomores and new students. Prior to the l".l3.l,..fl. l,lll'lt'l,l' Sole, club 1110111 bers fllllll Io Clllllllls llfllsllll. MM WW . ,f L, Z 1. . -flee. . , fi , fl wi 1 Q 'A ,N L ' ' Ms g XQSZSPWM af 73 -Msn' 1, 151+- 21 .. 4 A if 1 , wf 1-we-hw, awww! E.B.L.A. members enjoyed the annual induction banquet at Parkers Officers installed were: jerry Owens, President: .lo Benton, l'ice-Presidmztg Eleanor Temple, Secremryg Alice Rodgers, T1'6HS1ll'91'Q Betty Jean Lucas, Reporterg Edna Earle Patterson and lane Sawrey. Co-Historizuzs. 'llhe monthly meetings in the Round Room brought many good speakers. Talks on such subjects as "Business in Everyday Lite" and "Public Speaking" continued to make the club a success. ln March, the members attended the threeeday F.B.I..fX. convention in Durham, where they entered dililierent contests to test their business skills. ln meeting the budget goal, the members sponsored a house' to-house variety sale. February brought the traditional Valentine Dance at the hloose llall. Elhc Club entertained over a hundred members and vuests. D The E.B.L.A. has many aims for developing the business lead- ers of tomorrow. Each member tries to keep the club motto: Service . . . Education . . , Progress, so that in later years he will be able to compete in the business world. Patterson, Lucas, Rodgers, Owens, Temple, Benton. Sawre5 The l5.'li.rX. club is macle up of juniors and seniors who wish to become teachers. The purpose of the club is to learn the requirements ancl opportunities of teachers. Programs and speakers show the importance of special training, character, personality, and methods of gootl teachers. Mrs. Ethel Crawley and Miss Doris ilihorne are the atlviscrs of the club. Ordering college catalogues, tlcco- rating a llomecoming float, assisting with College Day. boosting the teachers' morale. antl hai ing a spring banquet highlight the activities of the year. The PTA. officers are L. Miles, treasurer: C. Barker, secretary, M. Graves, president, Mrs. Crawley, adviser, and C. Edmuntlson, vicefpresiclent, a junior who will move up to the presiclency next year, accortling to the clubs constitution. 'lihe teaching profession comes in for its share of interest and influence when surveys are matle of vocational preferences. Choosing the right career is a challenge when the l'Time of Decision" comesfg. Boyd, C. Barker, bliss lhorne, anti P. Britlgers realize this. FUTURE TE CH ERS OF AMERICA "College Dayn signs come out of their wrappings when the junior girls, P. Wiiitl- ham, S. Forbes, D. Daniel, K. VVebb, and S. lclarriss, prepare to place them to guide stu- tlents and college representatives to their mcete ingeplaccs. Every year at Christmas each teacher re- ceives some little token from the F.T.A. to bring cheer to them on the last clay before the holidays. This year little red and green hells bearing each teachers own name lent a festive air. I. B. Walstrin, B. Timberlake, and S. Forbes pin bells on hilr. Babelay, Miss llunter, and Mr. lX'larklin. Holtom. rout C. Barker, II. 'Iiill1I1crIz1IiC, U. Iflliritt, I3I:icI4iii.ii1, IYUIIVIII mir: I . Y. I,iIIll1.III, A. Herring, I'. Imwll, XI. Iliisun-II c1.CIIll.lI'L'I1, M. Ciuvcs. Scuoml row: I. ll. VVziIston, li. X'X'iiistn-incl, l'. l7ic'IcIs, .I. lh-icl, li. Q . King, ll. l'i'iu-, II. .Xlzittlu-xxx. lijili mu N I1uIIncI4, IIoswcII, U. Newton, II. Irv. ililliril row: NI. Ilwin 9. lfiii-In-N, I. .Xlilm-N, II.ir'i-Ifirit, XXVIISHII, I'. Ilriclqviw, I . Iixiii LIN, Ii. XVcImIv, 'If xxiIIlIxL', S. Mrvrirc, IJ. IILIIIUQIQ, A. V. .XliIIui'. I. I"cIxx.ii'iIs, S. Ilfiyml, XI. Ili-I img, "-uw-..,-,K SW MWA Ii-7:14. I hmm... I i I Bottom row: K. Strickland, S. Harris, Rasmussen, D. Daniel, Vick, F. .Ie11Igius. R. Mercer. Ii. XVQIJIJ, C. Iiarris. Foirrtli row: S I. Cubberley. Second row: K. Stallings, L. VViggius, L. Riley, Stokes, S. Forbes, K. Wiard. K. XVilliamsou. Hrs. Crawley. C G. Spence, P. Vvindham, Bottoms. Third row: NI. Rose, D. Sieseimnwp, R. Kriugle, A. Amersoii, M. S. Pearson, C. ECIIHLIIMI SUD. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is an organization whose main objectives are to advance in learning and to broaden in culture. The members strive to strengthen inter- national good will and gain more knowledge about the Latin American countries. The membership is made up of students who work toward bringing our southern neighbors closer to them and try to create a more friendly atmosphere. The membership of the Spanish club consists of sophomores, juniors, and seniors. A meeting is held twice a month during the school year and at Christf mas, a banquet is held, Everyone thoroughly enjoys singing Spanish songs and breaking the pinata, which contains various types of candies. As an extra means of raising funds, the members sold felt school pennants bearing the letters R.L.P. ILS. in blue and gold, the school colors. The Spanish Club is advised by Mrs. Kathleen Patterson and lklrs. lkliriam Dunn, a new teacher this year. VVorking cooperatively with them are the officers: president, Dottie Bullock: vice-president, Larry Gage, secretary, Sally Forbes. and treasurer, Preston Askew. Nlrs. Miriam Dunn, mlviserg P. Askew, irezrszirerg Forbes, secremry, L. Gage, vieefpresirierzig D. Bullock, president, Mrs. Kathleen Patterson, Lu'lviser. A. Shingleton, B. Dickens, Nl. Maclaga, I. Ellis, L. VVig- gins and N. Holt watch P. Beasley' try to break the pinata. Hoitom ro11': P.. Dawson, VI. Broadhurst, L. Partly, Ilarriss, bl. S. Forbes, L. Marsh, A. Amerson, BI. Hussey, 'lf Cortauo, Parris, H. Cubbcrley, li. Strickland, K. XVebb, ll. Matthews, C. Pitt, P. Beasley, B. Stancil, A. Von hliller, L VValston. Horne, B, Boone, A. XVheeler. Second role: Al. Thomas, Pr. R. Foirrili row: ll. VVilkins, C. Dunn, Riley, Bernstein, j. Eat- Nlereer, L. Baker, A. Spaugh, il. O'Neal, P. Farmer. C. Bullard, mon. C. Adams, F. Farmer. Fifth row: M. Niaelaga, C. Oats, C. Farris, C. Hollowell, R. VVatson. 9. Radford, E. Ciarnaham. ll. Boykin, C. Barker, Benton, M. Barnes, H. Edwards, E. P. Nunnery. Tlzirri rout Cubberley, jordan, P. Vvilitllllllll. Crute. SCIENCE CLUB Creating and furthering interests in science is the purpose of the Science Club at liilxe lligh School. illhis organization is affiliated with Science Clubs of America and under the supervision ol' lXlrs. Bettv Abernathy, Mrs. Ella Beaman, and Mrs. Nellie l ligh, the club has become a growing organie nation with an ever widening horizon for the future. At all of the meetings outstanding spealtcrs, with their fascinating lectures and dcmonstrations, have been thoroughly enjoyed by all the members. VVhen the first meeting was held, Mr. Bridgers from the Southeastern Besearch and Testing Laboratories discussed the uses of the calorimeter. Other out- standing speakers have been Dr. llaubrieh from East Carolina College, Dr. lXlcFarland, Dr. McCain, and Dr. Bill Clark, all of VVilson. Dr. llaubrich intrigued the audience with his discussion of genetic progression. Dr. lXlcFarland and Dr. McCain dis- cussed the effects of alcoholism. Dr. Bill Clark tallied about the broadening fields of work in the medical profession. Certainly this club has been worthwhile for the members and its activities will "vibrate in the memory." S. hlcphail, Treasurer, A. VVooten, Presidentg E. Bullin, l'ice-Presideizfg C. Bailey, Secretary, officers of the Science Club with the advisers, Mrs. N. High and Mrs. B. Aber- nathv. P. Askew, Eatmon, hlrs. I. johnson, hi. Harris, A. Roberts. A. Jennings, and H. DeLong inspect new Science BUOkS. Bottom row: VVooten, Reid, Broadhurst, B. Newton, C. Cregg, P. Bridgers, C. lX'leKeel, D. Parramore, K. Wiiistezid, C. VVhite. Second row: B. Lee. Benton, Blackman, I. R. VVal- ston, D. VVhitley, Nixon, B. Turner, B. Baines, B. Carr, G. Bullard, Nl. Vvorrell, B. Dunn. Mrs. Ella Beamon. Tlzirfl ron'- C. Barker, B. Cubberlev, C. Daniel, Bernstein, E. VVynn, ff 4,3 . ip. B. Fulghum, A. Shingleton, U. lledgeneth, IJ. Barnes. IJ Youngs, E. VVoodard, C. Batts, XV. Klurphv, C.. Dunn. F014 1 1'0lI'I B. Nloore, D. Moody, C. jenkins, I. High, VV. Barbour 7 f F. Barnes, B. Woodard, VK. Lee, D. Morris, VV. Pittman Starling, D. Fitzgerald, M. Phelps, B. VVhite. fl wwi, mr .-. The main purpose of the Future Homemakers of America is to prepare young girls for their responsibilities as future homemakers. Fl'hroughout the year, speakers come to give advice on such personal subjects as good grooming, social graces, personality development, and subjects pertaining to home and garden improvement, llaving a winning booth at the county fair, at which a money prize was given, and selling Christmas cards furnished the income for this year. ln September activities began with a county rally and picnic at the Rock Ridge lligh School. Judy Wocid, a junior in our school, was at that time installed as a county officer. Next on the agenda was the district meeting in Goldsboro at which ludy Cubberley was elected State Secretary. These elections brought wide acclaim to the two girls, the Pike lligh Chapter of the FI IA., and also to the school. At an installation banquet, Alice Shepard was made president: Sue Forbes, viceepresidentg ludy Cubberley, secretaryg Eleanor Temple, treasurcrg Shirley Stokes, his- toriang Janie Bostick, songeleaderg and Mary Thomas, ref porter. At the annual Mother-Daughter banquet, lXrlrs. Mildred Bullard, the adviser, let the girls prepare the banquet. There are approximately one hundred thirty interested members, who come from the sophomore, junior and sen- ior classes. liz. rm assenzldjf progrmzz, tlze F.H.fl. prouzotes good will. Dr, Allan Slmrpe briefs tlze F.H.!l. girls on dating prolalems. Ciflzristuzas crirrls for sale are exlzilziterl lwjf N. Holt, E. Patterson, and C. Bmw. fl local lzerzzfticimz LlL'1llOllSll'HlCS good groouzizzg. QDFPICEHSZ Shepard, Forbes, Cubberley, Temple, Stokes, Bostick, Thomas. l l l l 1 1 i I li 4 . sig. OFFICERS: Bl. E. Dunn, Secrcfmyg VV. Murphy, Prcsiflculg 13. Honor Society Mvinhcrs S. l3orhcs, li. lu-, ll. lhillotlt it i Lee, Vice-Presiflelzlg B. Raines, Treasurvr. some of thcir sell-tippointccl clutics. 'T-F9171 v , .A pn: l A Y L Y fav' 151 if E' rlihc purposes ol' tht- National llonor Society zirc to crcutt' Qin cnthusiiisin lor sclzolarslzip, to Sfillllllllll' Ll clcsirc to rcntlcr scrliicc, to promote worthy lCt!llL'!'Slll17, rincl to cncourugc thc clcvclopincnt of clmnictcfr in the stuclcnts ol Ralph L. lniltc Senior l liglm School. lXlCl'11lJCI'SlllP is liinitccl to ,lunior and Scnior stutlunts who mziintriin tit .ill tiinus il 5.5 scholastic avcinigc uncl who mcct thc approval of the lticulty. Orvanizccl last war for thc first time unclcr the su icrvision ol' Miss Clvtlc lluntcr. ,by . ' s . . . 1 . s . ' . the National llonor Society has inspirccl stuclcnts to strive lor highcr scholastic ncllicvcmcnt. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS First row: L. Dawson, M. r-Iqllillllllh, Ci. Lanc, D. Bullock, S. Forlmcs, M. llmvcs, U. Huiiivs, 13. Pricc, Nl. E. Dunn, H. nlatthcws. Secoml row: B. Les, L. Pittman, B. Ncxxton, P. Hull, S. Boyd, F. Saunders, P. Pike, UI. Benton, V. Grant, rl. Sznvcry, Miss Clytlt- Hunter. Tlzirfl row: C. Uzmicl, -I. High, C. Boland, Barnes, G. Dail, AX. Uiootcn, Al. Tulton, Zt-ko, XV. Klurphy. Noi pic- tzirecl: L. Irvin. KXW1 1, f f f f f :S 4 ff, X' 1 15,11 jus' 'f A f M11 .. 1, r x 1 ' J X ya f W ,gp U 1111 11111 c1'1111'11111,g of 19. 11111110 111111 D. C11'l'I1711'L'L', 1110 1960 8111111 Night 011111115 111 ll g1111'i1111x 61111. STUNT NIGHT 1' ,1s1:v11' 111111 Uf. 111' SllItLf ll 11111s1 111 11111 g11'1s 111 1110 guy - I .U 7111101705 . Q1 Qi 2 "sr I 'ifZAA2.L4SJ ,L 1 . 1 'AT11c1'e's No11'1i11' Like ll Danze." vu L1111c C1115 Siftizz' in the H0011 Sen 13. 13t71IlL'S, S. 7-1l01lI17SOlI, E. Cjl'lI1L', 111111 Cf. 1-11110 clljm 111111ci11nQ 11111111 1110 511011 of "South 1J11cific," ll'1Z11L' 1110 SUITIIUA 111016 1111111765565 pose 011 1116 17L't'lL'11. S. 130111, fur 11'f1, 111111 15. 131111i11, fm' l'1!Q1I1, 1'111'1111i1'1111P11 of PV11111, nssisf t111' 111'1'f11'11ii1111 c1m1111it11'1'. JUNIOR-SENIOR 111 I111' 17tllItll!l'1. L'l'L'1',I'17flL1'1' 1'11,1f1ys l111' 101111, 1111' j1'1111u's t111' 111'1'111'11Ii11:1s, 111111 11IL' 1'11i1'1'111i111111'11I. www- , 4' F 5 1 :flaring . . ec oed uigrafe in fke memory . IIUIIUV Ijflnl' . . . 1Accf1g11ifio11 for OllfSlt!lZfIilZALf llCIliL'1'L'1lZC1ZfS. ,, ,Q , K 1 1 , fi 11 I 1 li,x'ci1U111U11r . . . 5111110111 cozzlzcil Ulccliolzs. ai, A WEA Hr. Ciiiwrt Rosa . . . proziii of iiis simp exhibit. CGMNENCEMENT MARSHALS B. Raines, cizicfg R. Viverettc. E. Pridgeu, S. Forbes, Stokes, BI. Thomas, Bernstein, C. Edmumison, B. Newton, F. SQILIHLICYS, C. VVz1in- wright, Buttoms, N. Holt, Cubincricy, Ezltlnrm. I f 1 i W 7 f .S W fp W L is 1, 1 L ak. ul if 1 Q . Z Festivities follow lmriz. Cflmir . . . Z7t.'Vf0V1llt71ICC in tizc' Spring C Ami fizwz . . . griiiizmtioiz, OllC6Tf . Ralpb L, i e All .Y words by ALMA MATER music by Judy Cubberly of Fike High School Raymond H. Babel y Sara Lynn Riley Sue Forbes fb L 4 'D i A ' J SH -1 J 1 F k Hail to Th - ee 2, Truth and Hon - o we I f 'wijii fe mi so All 3311 E 3 PMT rg- ff? W ii M j H Vg? U -ZfIN4J:11+:KJ:LJ:I4444 W T53 iarai 3? gig Ralph L. Pike we- love so True, our Alma Mater Gold d Blue, Ilj Fllmffni LLsFf'I'j15ff' W Due Ilzrmfrml T011 ETHDCI1 Eaililli 9IC'I1eI1CfI.S 8, COI'Ci.i3,1 IQ 9 I to Fike students and faculty U anking and Trust with II:4IlIIII1mI!Erolina Company E since i872 WMM Qafwdinai Wibfvgaouf MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Bus drivers rcnclm' scfrvice ovary clay. 7I7r High Mr Woodarcl R White T P"IJcn D I'11Im1n F' I IIA' I F rr Q . . . . our . If ' ' 1. .ff -ms .. ,V ny A ' Y Y 7 7 1 V S. Richardson, D. I31'o'1m1., L. Skznfner, III. Corbett, III. Bass, J. Willzanzs, T. Bf1l.'c'r, A. If Vaughn, P. Lewis, L. Ferrell, G. Jones, J. L"2'anfIc'y. HlNNANT'S SCHOOL OF DANCE Established 1929 + + 205 Warren Street Phone 243-3781 H UR CH LUELL' JEWEEERS 5ntifie mao1smifnJfwELu3 muuow GEM SQCIEIY M. Gl'Cl2'C'S, A. Britton, T. IViz'zlfc', J. Blaclfnzan and M. Sfarlf, B. Crou S. Flozrers, L. Barker enjoy the clzangifng seasons. I I Phone 237-0302 Al F 0 R D ' S 216 Raleigh Road MEET YOU AT TIEIIE CIRIEAMIIEIRCY THICK SHAKES CURB SERVICE TOWNSEND 8. COMPANY REAL ESTATE-I NSU RANCE 107 North Douglas Street WILSON, N. C. dd STORES SOUTH'S LARGEST JEWELERS Phone 237-3814 i y Cheerleaders at Summer Practice. Students take time out for Bridge. AX Avi RLS MACK D. BISSETTE, JR. Established I932 Realtor Real Estate and Insurance Agency D E N N Y ' S Ist Union Bank Building-Room 628-30 J I wn.soN, N. c. ewe ers Dial 243-436I WILSON, N- C. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE AT Phone Day 237-I53I Night 243-2903 Luvs. DEPARTMENT STORE AND WEAR WITH PRIDE lITTlE FIOWER SHOP Flowers Speak For You We Deliver 2I0 Hill Street WILSON, N. C. MORRISON'S DRUG STORE "Prescriptions a Specialty" I2I N. Douglas Street Mcross from Woodard-Herring Hospitoli Phone 243-3136 CARGIII., Incorporated Specialists in Serving Agriculture THE ANNEX HOUSE or soon Foon Young PeopIe's Meeting Place T32 N. Goldsboro St. For a complete line in fabrics, notions, and patterns-Come to BECKY'S FABRIC SHOP 204 Ward Blvd. Between Tarboro St. and Winstead School Owned and Operated BV Beckv Clark Phone 237-T660 Nicky Vick, winner of General Motors Body Contest. Seniors cram for exams 1 I ... . I l I 4 -I ini ,T 'L ,ill -T , . ..... ' 3 nu: 'II' A I 'a . nytw AA 1, I . I. ' 11-..I J'-6655 2 CAROLINA LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS, INC. SANITONE DRY CLEANING FUR STORAGE GARMENT STORAGE Tarboro and Kenan Streets WILSON, N. C. For Your Wedding Gown or Evening Gown lucieIle's Bridals and Formals "Everything for the Bride and Bridesmaid" ZI9 East Nash Street Phone 243-3401 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA STALLINGS PRINTERS "Quick Service cmcl Better Printing" Dial 243-3381 Wilson, N. C. LADY FAIR BEAUTY SHOP Lee Street Owned ond Operated by Mrs. Cleo Webb W. W. Furniture 8. Appliance Co. Mercury Outboard Motors Barbour, Glasspar, Albright and Carolina Boats COX TRAILERS I WGPPGI ' Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. 230 South Tarboro Street Phone 243-2789 See Jimmy, Bill or Firpo WII-SON, N- C- Compliments of WEST NASH BARKER'S DEPARTMENT STORE WILSON, N. c. OPEN AIR MARKET, INC. WE SPECIALIZE IN CHOICE WESTERN BEEF Rocky Mount Homecoming sponsors. Sadie Hawkins, get your man. 1961 Rainbow officers pf, ggi' Anderson, Deans 8. Woodard, Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE AND BONDS I924 - I96I WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA T. l. HERRING 8. CO. WHOLESALE MEATS Dial 243-4252 WILSON, N. C. FORBES TRANSFER CO. WILSON, N. C. Bnrretfs Printing House WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Wedding Invitations Our Specialty Gmc Day Service Spanish Club Banquet. P. T. A. Social. QR' Q WAYSIDE MGTEL Mory ond Willie Mirischew Owner G Monoger 2 Miles South of Wilson, N. C. T.V. Lounge, Air Conditioned Restaurant Next Door AAA Congress and Diners' Club Phone 243-ZI34 HUNT'S 243-3 I 48-Ambulance Service-243-3 I 49 FUNERAL DIRECTORS WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY I25-I27 S. Goldsboro Street Telephone 237-3028 FURNITURE AND PIANOS WILSON, N. C. Your Friendly STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATER WILSON, N. C. Where "Good Movies Are Always More Fun" Seniors help fans quench their thirsts. J. V. Cheerleaders pep it up. DX 5 SEALTEST FOODS WILSON, N. C WILSON PETROLEUM COMPANY Distributor of AMERICAN OIL COMPANY Products J. L. BARNES, President Christmas parties . the Accolade staff and the library aides live it up. 1 faq ., "'-Eze-J:4,5,,: 1 , .nrf 3-'i-f'f'f'!-'43.Q Eff: ,k i a " ' , KJV: " ' Q un! 1 -'55, 1 C, , .!':1.fa'?5 f lTx4ii'f"'1 " A q gggah iT'?s-+?'f?2ff, ' . I . J, X :N ,W Two Stores in Wilson Congratulations, Seniors! Stay Tuned To WllY RADIO No. 1 Radio in Wilson 1000 WATTS 1350 K SUlllVAN'S RADIO 8. TV SERVICE 1307 S. Torboro Street Ext. WILSON, N. C. P. O. Box 3014 "We Repair All Makes of Radios E3 Televisions Phone 243-6383 .IIM'S CAMERA CENTER One Day Service Color Film Processing FORBES SERVICE CENTER 204 W. Nash Street Telephone 243-4658 PURE OIL PRODUCTS Wheel Balancing Er Generator Work Bear Alignment Machine DICK'S HOT DOG STAND Since 1921 Congratulations and best wishes to the Seniors of 1960-1961 Lee S. Gliarmis, Owner-Manager Grueling work . . . F. H. A. and Senio1'Class Floats. John Koster Jim Talton TIME Time has run fast and swift as Uncas, the "Last ' of the Mohicons," and son of Chingicook did. But S time has been resigned without repugnance. Time becomes incumbent upon all, by its candid and II0 N- T0"b0f0 Sf- Tel- 237-2715 infinite appearance. For the finest in shoe repairing FO' SWIG and Qualify Visit B-K SALES AND SERVICE, INC. THE SHIRLEY SHOP FR'G'DA'RE . REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, Featuring Sportswear, Dresses RANGES WASHERS Wearing Apparel for Girls and Ladies ' WILSON N C 319 E. Barnes St. ' ' I Phone 237-I296 Wilson, N. C. IZI S. Tarboro St. Phone 237-2898 Radio-Television-Sound GILL'S RADIO AND TELEIIISIUN II7 W. Barnes Street 409 West Nash Street STUART WAISTON, INC. "Service For Your Pleasure" o I, srorrs Gulf Slew' , W LVL I .1011 RaIe'gh Road a d Sunset Dr've I n I .iDiJf1'ncfz'ue Javed? an! GULF FOR SMOOTHER DRIVING ELGIN-HAMILTON GRUEN WATCHES Athletes honored. Boys model their creations at Monogram party . ,efgl I CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORSF FROM BElK-TYI.ER'S "WiIson's Shopping Center" Fresh Foods Frozen Stay Fresh at FROZEN FOOD IOCKERS, INC. Seasonal goodness, for keeps Bring the Family For a Treat DAIRY OUEEN Compliments of PURITY BAKERY, INC. ElECTRIC SUPPIY CO. WILSON, N. c. ...now in King-Size .mwi.ill, ty-till, 1:,z..: me Cl CW S':'::f:" ' Canon BARNES-HARREll CO. 'W'-Ii SEW THE BEST FOR LESS with fabrics from THE REMNANT SHOP South Tarboro Street at Word Blvd. Phone 243-5422 Evelyn Robbinsifvlory l-loword Benton THE IMPERIAL TOBACCO COMPANY lOf Great Britain and Ireland, Limitedl WILSON, N. C. Santa, visits children at Student Council benefit party. The libmlry is filled dzwinag ,fozrrtlza lunch. period. ff. 'mmm TQ TRN: ALUMINUM SIDING-JALOUSIE WINDOWS AND DOORS-INSULATION-STORM WINDOWS AND AND DOORS SIDING-FENCES HlGH'S, INC. Herring Ave. Dial 243-2177 Ed I-Hgh Next to the radio station Jesse I-Ilgh P. L. Woodard 8. Company, In GENERAL M ERCHANTS High Grade Fertilizers and Farm Supplies 108-10 E. Barnes St. C WILSON ELECTRIC CO., INC. Sales HOTPOINT Service Sylvania Dial 243-3960 317 E. Nash Street WILSON, N. C. Joyner's Funeral Home Telephone 237-3197 AMBULANCE SERVICE 107 N. Pine Street WILSON, N. C. THE GEORGIAN ROOM 409 West Nash Street WILSON, N. C. Women's Wearing Apparel DOWN TOWN FLORAL SHOP 123 North Douglas Street WILSON, N. C. Flowers for all occasions Phone 243-5375 WILSON DOUGHNUT SHOP 309 S. Tarboro Street FRESH DOUGHNUTS DAILY MOSS BICYCLE SHOP SCHWINN-COLUMBIA WILSON, N. C. F. B. L. A. Homecoming Float and Valentine Dance. FBLA x RALEIGH ROAD GROCERY 5II Raleigh Road Phone 243-6II9-243-6IIO FREE DELIVERY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS or '61 MIllS CON-O-lITE VAUlT CO. HOME BUIlDER'S SUPPLY CO., INC. "The Friendly Yard" Old Black Creek Road Phone 243-4225 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Use DEANS FARM EGGS Phone 243-5418 WILSON FEED NIIllS, INC. Newton Mutual Insurance Agency ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE Office Phone 237-0235-Res. Phone 243-3933 H E Newton United TV 8. Electronics Service Co WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 416 South Goldsboro Street Phone 243-3088 209 Nwimsggarg Ezulldlng Charles R. Howell Bob Boyette ' ' ' Res. Phone 243-5486 Res. Phone 237-2397 Robbins Jewelry 8. Music DOI ll I-0U'5 jewelry, Musical Instruments, I0-I South Goldsboro Street WILSON, N. C. Records 6' Watch Repairing II4 S. Goldsboro St. WILSON, N. C. Infant thru junior Mrs. Crawley's seniors display English projects. Library aides decorate for Thanksgiving. ' 'R "comms, THANKFUL renin.: cons' Compliments of Meet you at BRUCE'S The Hot Dog King WOOlWORTH'S BRUCE'S HOT DOG STAND 901 South Goldsboro St. WILSON'S LEADING VARIETY STORE Satisfaction with every transaction at WE BUY WRECKED AND BURNED CARS G. S. TUCKER 8. CO. IN . AUTO SALVAGE COMPANY ' C 1203 5, Goldsboro Street Wilsons Oldest Furniture Store WILSON, N. C. WILSON, N. C' J. D. High, ir, Phone 243-6155 Compliments of . BAIlEY'S JEWELRY The BOYIUU Gl'0C9l'Y C0-1 Illc. DIAMONDS-WATCHES-JEWELRY Wholesale Grocers EXPERT WATCH REPAIR Phones 243-2'I3I - 243-2I32 109 S. Goldsboro St. 4O0 E. Green Street w?EgOilI'3':6Ig wii.soN, N. c. ' ' ' CARQUNA CASUALSI mc. THOMAS-YEIVERTON COMPANY Manufacturers of LADIES, BLOUSES Funeral Directors-Embalmers Ambulance Service WILSON N C Phone 243-3I2I ' ' ' WILSON, N. C. Michael Buscemi, Mgr. Honor Society members inducted in February. ll l co "The Mello Fello" Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. For GOODness' Sake Il ICE CREAM ATIANTIC SAVINGS 8. l0AN ASSOCIATION comonmoofo of Geo. T. so Onoc lo, Jr., sooy-Tfoos. ' SMITH WAREHOUSES wlLsoN, NORTH cAnouNA II9 South Goldsboro sffoof wnLsoN, N. c. Mr. Lee and Mr. Lmnm confer at P. T. A. Girls' Coach-Miss Knowles. Coach Weir reducing? WAYNE DAIRY, INC HOME or FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS c:0mp1.memS of Produced on Nearby Farms Fresher-More Delicious -I Glass Bottles or Paper Containers Visit our beautiful dairy store 501 Raleigh Road Dial 237-2811 for home delivery A SIGN OF DEPENDABLE FERTILIZERS FARMERS COTTON Oll COMPANY FAcTomEs - NORFOLK VA WILSON N c LILLINGTON N c Crowds line the track waiting for QWM 'WA p ,W .f"7 , :f l "'2fJ'7Q V I "'7'f':., - ,,4-- 9 , ' ' ' . . V' ' 'f'73'15.- ,,w"f1..: ' Q' ':7'i',,, A -' '-'Wi 5 , , 'ann ' ,.,,'1a -.id Q., 4 ."' Xi' A 511. 1 -naw "DOUBlE-A" RUFFIN JOHN R. HARRISS sAYs suv soon GULF Pnonucrs All Kinds of Insurance 500 S. Goldsboro St. Phone 237-1719 BRAGG STREET GRDCERY 312 N. Bragg Sf. gCU'6ALly if 100 E. Nash at Torboro St. I't M t Quality Counts-Price Never Qua I y ea S And Staple Goods Sidney Blumenthal eco. ,M WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA A Division of Burlington Industries Bu: rlingto: n Sadie Hawkins Dance . . . a gala night for fun and frolic. - ff I- -In K ,V , , "T" I ""' ,.--,'.'7-4 ' S .L M, , : ff-'f-S' "" if' S 4 of I l , R Q R 1 . 5 1 1 Y 1 i I N i" CITY OF WILSON ROBERT B. ANDERSON POST NO. 13 AMERICAN lEGION Wilson County Fair Grounds Highway 301 South WILSON, N. C. Mr. Stott supervises D. O. boys. 1.960 brings new students to F ilfe. J. Bunn relaxes ln new whirlpool 1 ' - ' "bg,-,-iv' CHERRY HQTEL BROWN Oll C0., INC. WILSQNI N. C. PURE OIL PRODUCTS Headquarters For Banquets, t Parties, Dances, FUNCTIONS Dial Phone 243-2144 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA O E 'I' T I N G E R ' S A. C. loyner Telephone 243-5395 AND Jayner's Memorial Company O E T T I N G E R , S CEMETERY MEMORIALS Menfs Store 301 Highway South of Wilson Wilson's Leading Store Since I869 Representative L. H. Fountain converses with Mr. Babelay on Kennedy Day. CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! Wll50N CUUNTRY ClUB "Better Building by Baltzegur" E. L. Matthewes + + Manager GENERAL CONTRACTOR Grover Bullin Professional + + Smiling Jerry Says e ,.. M 3 ' nov B. wean msunmcs AGENCY II8 N. Tarboro Street WILSON, N. C. Come to PASCHAL'S SHOE STORE and Buy all your shoes from him. "PROTECTION-SERVICE Poll-Parrots for Children DEPENDABll'lTYn Trim-Tred for Women Rand for Men "He gives 'em fits" . . . N. Ward and J. Zeko fread the slide rule Mrs. E. Beaman. and D. Baltzegwr study a speciman Mrs. Harris dictates to L. Waller and P Meeks . R -.,, .w........,.1 5 ' 2 I ff' ' " 2,1513 q H. ZPXEQ1 f ,M vi f.:2..,.,w 1 zzsxwg 1... . fy'-4 3511721 Y' . - - un H, ,Q autism .M .3 gg..-...yi vw H 1. '4 1 1 ' ' u 'fm A Wit- ' V 1 ftfifv. ' "'ff4?T5f?'3fzf , 15. ' ""f, ' '- 5 Gaia? L . 1 'm,'mj'71.?v4? . " .' Qi f h , ,... Av a. in - .-I-A if---9 9 XJ lf, - A 1.yqg:f1.f 3 ,, .-,yy ' 4,13 vi Q? iv f , 4., - , NM, . vwv , V 'M '11, gym l H4' Q3 i iff in l A F W 4 1 Q' '1 ' E. 37' 4' it 1'.""'?"'7f". 'fe "fi WHITE'S TIRE SERVICE WILSON, N. C. Full Capping Phone 243-4167 406 Stanfonsburg Street On 301 Truck Lune CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS R. E. QUINN s. commw w, V, 0 FURNITURE OF CHARACTER AM-FM East Carolina College 'r'ec1'uits on College Day. D. O. class with M12 Alsey Stott mst? zzctor 3 fi? F -ff' 25 ' .332 '. fr--Fil . f X Axif- I24 S. Goldsboro St. Phone: Day 243-6957 Wilson, N. C. Night 243-4035 RICE'S MEN SHOP Our Specialties Are FORMAL WEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES George F, Rice Frank Rice HEMBY'S BEAUTY SALON 207 E. Vance Street WILSON, N. C. NIV? tegllf' ll Elltott "We need your head in our business Phone 243-2083 Johnson Fumiture Store Roland Grady, Jr, Mgr. IZO South Goldsboro Street Wilson-Phone 243-3050 WOMAN'S SHOP LADIES READY-TO-WEAR GOSSARD CORSETS Nash Street MILLWORK COMPANY WILSON, Noam CAROLINA Jefferson Gus Appliance Company Your Local L. P. Cas Dealer Barnes Street Wilson, N. C PARKER'S BAR-B-O FRIED CHICKEN, STEAKS OYSTERS-ANY STYLE Highway 30I South WILSON, N. C. TOMMY'S GULF SERVICE South Ta rboro Street Students, bring the family car out and fill it up. Students hover around lockers . . . Turkey for Thanksgiving . . . Change of Classes. CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! I. C. PENNEY'S wn.soN, N. c. SANDERS ESSO SERVICENTER Phone 243-5832 301 South Across From Growers Warehouse "We Specialize in Engine Tune-Up" Sandifer-Baits Pontiac Co. PONTIAC-CADILLAC VAUXHALL-STUDEBAKER SALES Er SERVICE lI5 S. Lodge Phone 237-IIII GROWER'S C0-OPERATIVE WAREHOUSE, INC. For the sale of Leaf Tobacco WILSON, N. C. We Pay Patronage Dividends Box 247 Phone 243-5097 Interstate and Intrastate Carriers Cargo Insured BARNES TRUCK LINE, INC. i Phone 3 Baltimore, Md. Portsmouth, Va. WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 237-3147 I.C.C. No. 7640 TERM I NALS: Phone MUrdock 7-6570 Phone EXport 437-1721 "A Load on our truck is a Load off your mind" WHITEHEAD INSURANCE AGENCY I "Billy" 8 Noble Blackman INSURANCE 5 REAL ESTATE OF ALL KINDS Phone 237-3022 Wilson, N. C. The crowds that go . . . and the boys that play. ff! S f" -ni"""'-'Q if .7 ' I , jk .- K arf. in Q.. 3 -4, ,:'5,g1j,',,,-i'f'i,jY'f.. h " . ' -1i3Qgfw?:-,gif A f v' i --3. -56, is -'sq' W E B B ' S wiLsoN SHOE sroms your patronage appreciated HOUSE SUPER MARKET "From house-to-HOUSE" for the Best! Shop SELF-SERVICE at Less! I502 West Nash Street GEO. H. BARNES TIN SHOP INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL WORK ROOFING-SHEET METAL OF ALL KINDS Heating and Air Conditioning 2I2 S. Lodge Street Dial 237-2520 RICKS AMOCO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR 400 West Nash Street WILSON, N. C. Phone 243-3346 Walter S. Hines Barber Shop II5 S. Douglas Street HERRING'S DRUG STORE Prescriptions A Specialty John W. Gresham 'Our Service is a Wilson Tradition" NGSII Sffeef Phone 243 2l5l WILSON, N. C. Read the Ralph l. Fike High School News in the "Teen Column" VAUGHAN'S .IEWEIERS wATcHEs-DIAMONDS RECORDS-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Written by Mary Thomas in the II9 S. Tarboro Street Phone 243-5707 WILSON DAIlY TIMES WILSON, N. C. Sophomores bite into it . . . "For outstanding 'work in the Teen Age Club." WILSON 'S FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA Complete Banking Service ir Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation lTne only bank in Wilson County which is a member of the Federal Reserve Systernl Salesmanshijo . . . Tickets and Tags for sale! gif, 'nn LEE'S FOOD STORE SERVICE--SAVI NCS I29 Pettigrew Street LINSTONE, INC. QUALITY CONCRETE PRODUCTS READY-MIX CONCRETE HOLIDAY HILL STONE WILSON. N. c. WMON' N' C' f ry LISABETI'I'S 'C' LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR 220 E. Nash Street WILSON, N. C. . 54 fs f-ff-J ' Y ZBXQL' pe- IEC! ' ' , Alf " I, land" Nf Dial 243-2022 WILSON, N. C. WILSON DRUG COMPANY "THE OLD RELIABLE" SINCE I888 II4 S. Tarboro Street Phone 243-3176 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA Bridgers Paint and Wallpaper Co. I25 S. Tarboro St. Phone 243-4428 Wilson, N. C. Art Supplies Complete Venetian Blind Sales and Service Pittsburgh Paints and Supplies "Make Your Point Problems Our Business' POWELL SUPPLY CO., INC. CONGRATULATIONS AND EVERY GOOD wlsH TO THE cLAss OF YOUR 5lx'rY-0NE Ford Tractor and Equipment Dealer JORDAN CONSTRUCTION co. w,LS,,N, N, C, "BUILDERS OF MODERN HOMES" Phone 243-4365 Box 42 Band members have fun on tfip to Wilmington. WALTON W. SMITH THE TOWN SHOP BUILDING CONTRACTOR Street and Cocktail Dresses Sportswear l28 E. Ward Blvd. Phone 243-2380 IO4 W. Nash Street Wilson, N. C. THE AVENUE GARDENS Dia' 243-3174 FLORIST Florist Telegraph Delivery 202 Park Ave. Dial 243-2257 l WILSON, N. C. "Court House in Front of Us" ART - You'Il be thrilled with ,I the new beauty in every I07 E. Nash Street gl onvci.eAusn's garment. Clothes look new JINISHING PROCESS longer. Not-so-new clothes WILSON, N. C. Q0 LOOK NEW again! Try Fgr Lad and Dad dryclecning STAtNU TODAY! "Exclusively Yours For Smart Styling" at its finest JIMMIE DEMPSEY, Inc. WILLIAMS LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS "We sell everything to build anything" WILSON, N. C. Dial 243-6lOI Wilmington Game . . . Train Trip . . . Overwhelming victory . . . A night iwe'll never forget! S. V, .,- V . .f 4:4 in ' :S W I I' , I Il' 6 0 SQ h r F 5 Q dx CO! OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS '61 ACCOLADE Hungry kids . . . Order of the Arrow entertains Kiwanis Club. T W E E T I E S Across from A. C. College YM ' Y " " :'- flfi ,ee ,'M4,,,., ,, if Congratulations to the editor, busi- ness manager, advisors, and staff of the 1961 Accolacle for a iob well clone. mm.. Miss Lela Aycock and Miss Virginia Knowles-Advisers The old Fike Spirit will ever cause echoes to "vibrate in the memory." iv ii Tw v'Qw J f I o vw s 'E S O 0 1 l


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