Fremont High School - Grego Yearbook (Fremont, NC)

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In the years to come we hope that this book will help you to reminisce and exper ience anew the fun and happiness of your school days. Dedication MRS. W. F. YELVERTON We, the 1955 annual staff, gratefully dedicate this, our first edition of GREGO, to Mis' Anne. She has played an important role in our lives, for her patience, love, and understanding guidance have reached all of us. 'To know her is to love her. " Superintendent? Message .alla--""" if 'Q F F I x gf J. R. PEELER Greetings From the Superintendent: It gives me great pleasure to offer greetings to the Senior Class and the rest of the student body in this the first edition of the Gregog and I commend you for the publication of a yearbook from which you will receive great satisfaction now and in future years. We, of the administration and faculty, have a wonderful pride in our student body, We think that you are the best, May you continue to display your good attitude toward your teachers, the administration, and your fellow- students. Few schools can boast of the rich history and the proud traditions of the Fremont School. This fine heritage should guide you to always do your best, I am wishing for you the best of everything, Sincerely, LR, Peeler ADMINI RA TION First Grade ...X MISS DORIS GURLEY. A,B, Native - Fremont, N, C, 13- Graduate - East Carolina College A MRS, JOHN EDMUNDSON. A, B, . Native - Fremont, N, C. Graduate - Atlantic Christian College First Grade fm sg MRS, RUSSELL DAVIS, Native - Bethel, N, C, Graduate - East Carolina College Third Grade A Miss NEVA HARPER, A,B, Native - Rocky Mount, N, C, Graduate - George Peabody College for Teachers Fifth Grade MISS PATRICIA BRANCH, A, B, Native - Lucama , Graduate - East Carolina College Seventh Grade MRS, W, F, YELVERTON, A,B, Native - Peachland, N, C, Graduate - Queens College Eighth Grade Not Pictured MRS, PEARL S, HARTLEY, A,B, Native - Boone, N, C, Graduate - Appalachian State Teachers College Seventh Grade MISS PAULINE SHORT. A,B, Native - Fremont, N, C, Graduate - W, C, U, N, C, 53' " Second Grade MISS AVA LEE, A,B, Native - Fremont, N, C, Graduate - East Carolina College Second Grade it MRS, JOHN B, MAYO A, B, Native - Burgaw, N, C, Graduate - East Carolina College Fourth Grade MR, JAMES J, CLARK, B,S, Native - Wilson, N, C, Graduate - Atlantic Christian College Physical Education - Social Studies MRS, PEGGY BEDGOOD, A,B, Native - Wilson, N, C, Graduate - Atlantic Christian College Math - History - English MRS, JOHN BLACKMAN, B,S, Native - Fremont, N, C, Graduate - Woman's College Science - Home Economics of UNC MISS VIVIAN BYRD, A,B, Native - Bunnlcvel, N, C, Graduate - Meredith College English - French 37 4 'Cf N. 'ny fx. .atm , 1--1117- MR, RAYMOND GILBERT B, S, A Native - Bolivia, N, C, s Graduate - State College . 'T' Industrial Arts 1 V' ,Qi Not Pictured MRS, F, M, WATSON Native - Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Graduate - Kings School of Auditory Speech MRS, J, R, PEELER B, S, , Commerce Native - Norlina, N, Graduate - Woman's College of UNC f Commercial Courses F vz ai' MISS IVOR AYCOCK Fremont, N, C, Graduate - Woman's College Peabody Institute Piano - Public School Music MISS ELIZABETH LEWIS Native - Fremont, N, C, Graduate - Campbell College Secretary and Bookkeeper C V' , . 1' NN fx! ruff' I , ,' -I f 'jfs--1 v. -' School Bus Drivers Left to right: GEORGE MAYO, SHERWOOD PEACOCK, CARL BENTON, RUSSELL DAVIS .I fm- M 9 -V fa i I 14' Q I .7 ' . 1 0-fy 5, ef'-1 ,vc v 1 9" f' 'K' . 0 V M? 43' 4 X. ' , 192517, , .J sms, 51 Hai KZ! llkw , f"oWH'F'F? LEW' 4 R Janitor and Maid AUSTIN and ANNIE WILDER 5. if 'Q , 'a A 4 . gr' ' gifs ' PM SENIORS ' l 75 9 ,Q '35 Cris ii Ag A 6 1. ' G- , - I T an ,. , I LA 1 .. 3 LINDA BOGUE SHERWOOD JOHN RUSSELL DOROTHY President PEACOCK WIGGS CROCKER Vice President Secretary Treasurer CLASS OFFICERS . A ' My DONNA DAVIS 1,11 sv, , ,, ,,,' , u , :- -sf If , 'K A 4 H A 5 W I CAM BLALOCK - Mascots CLASS COLORS-'Red and Grey CLASS FLOWER--Rose CLASS MOTTO--"Nor tothe Top-- But Still Climbing' KN QQ ,f-s. " ELLEN AYCOCK Glee Club 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 Beta Club 3,4 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1 FHA 1 HUBERT CORBIN Basketball 1, 2 FFA 1, 2 4-H Club 4 -if DOROTHY CROCKER Class Officer 1,4 Glee Club 1 4-H Club 2 Beta Club 3,4 Annual Staff 4 ral ANN ALCROFT Annual Staff 4 Newspaper Staff 4 4-H Club 1, 2,4 Glee Club 1, 3 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 -7 gf-a I, ft, 1 X Wm , A-f LINDA BOGUE Glee Club 1 Beta Club 3,4 Class Officer 4 'bg l Q un-u. Www- RUSSELL DAVIS Newspaper staff 3,4 4-H Club 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Beta Club 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Basketball 2 Baseball 3 Class Officer 3 BOBBY FLOARS Glee Club 1 4-H Club 1 Baseball 2, 3 .347 SHIRLEY DAVIS Glee Club 1, 2, 3 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 3, 4 Beta Club 3,4 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 15 OLIVIA EDMUNDSON Beta Club 3,4 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4 FHA 4 RUDY EDMUNDSON 415 -gg C""'TV ln 175 BETSY HOOKS Beta Club 3,4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Music Club 2, 3 7' 45 9' ,sw LINDA HOOKS 4-H Club 1, 2 Glee Club 1,3 'mifm SYLVIA FLOWERS Beta Club 3,4 Monogram Club 2, 3,4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff4 Music Club 2, 3 LOU ELLEN FLOWERS Glee Club 1, 2 Newspaper Staff 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Beta Club 3, 4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 4-H Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1 FHA 1 qu 1. 'views fx - . 'X A fa.. 7 x 'ww X ' I at . mi X ANNETTE IESSUP Glee Club 1 Basketl all 1 Beta Club 3,4 4-H Club 1,2 "S ,Q 1, My as GEORGE MAYO Monogram Club 2, 3 Beta Club 3,4 Baseball 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 4 ntl! 75' VCI". . " BATES PEACOCK Basketball 1 Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Beta Club 3,4 Monogram Club 3,4 nm, , ix- qv 1 I 1 DONALD MOORING Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3 4-I-I Club 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 3 5? ss--M MARY LOU LEWIS LEONIDAS NEWSOME FHA 2, 3,4 Monogram Club 3,4 Class Officer 1, 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 3 ...if SHERWOOD PEACOCK Glee Club 1, 2 Beta Club 3 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 Cheerleader 1 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 pf, 4' Cl' IFS JOHN RUSSELL WIGGS Basketball 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 4 Student Council 1 ...v fm, 'llf I' CLAIRE PIKE Beta Club 3,4 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Officer 3 F-.1 SHELBY IEAN POPE BOBBY RAY PROCTOR Class Officer 1 4-H Club 1 Glee Club 1 Glee Club 1, 2 Basketball 3,4 Baseball 2, 3 Last Will and Testament ' We, the 1955 graduating class of Fremont High School, supposedly of sound mind and good character, do hereby make and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, To the school we leave an Escalator, To Mr, Peeler we leave a peaceful school, To the senior class sponsor, Miss Byrd, we leave peace of mind along with a bottle of aspirin, To the Juniors we leave the dignity of being Seniors, To the Sophomores we leave our abundant supply of energy, To the Freshmen we leave our intellectual ways, Rudy Edmundson leaves his quiet and easy ways to his brother, Donald, Mary Lou Lewis leaves her calm, cool and collected ways to Peggy Mozingo, John Russell Wiggs leaves his collection of jokes to Henry Cuddington, Annette Jessup leaves her Colgate smile to Pete Sasser, Sylvia Flowers leaves her giggle and laugh to Clara Lou Peacock so that there will be someone left to laugh at the teachers' jokes, Lou Ellen Flowers leaves her 'know how' on getting out of classes to Harold Davis, Bates Peacock leaves one redhead for Serena Futrelle, but takes the other with her for future use, Hubert Corbin leaves his laziness to William Moore, Dorothy Crocker leaves her "nose for news" to next year's gossip editor, Linda Hooks leaves with Dorothy, Donald Mooring regretfully leaves Linda Turlington, George Mayo leaves his pocket dictionary to Bobby Suggs, Ann Alcroft leaves her ability to clear any street in Fremont to anyone who doesn't value his driver's license, Claire Pike bequeaths her promptness to Fremont High School as an example of what all conscientious students should do, Bobby Ray Proctor leaves his car to Mary Lucy Peacock in hopes that she derives great pleasure in its fast pick-up, Betsy Hooks leaves her cows to Mr, Clark to supplement his HEMO supply, Olivia Edmundson leaves her mania for cheering State College to victory to another ardent fan, Linda Turlington, Linda Bogue leaves in a cloud of dust in her 'merry Oldsmobile," Ellen Aycock leaves her air mail stamps to any junior who falls for a soldier, Bobby Floats leaves his book. How TO DYE YOUR HAIR IN THREE EASY LESSONS, to the library, Shirley Davis leaves the roar of her voice echoing in the halls of Fremont High, Shelby Jean Pope leaves her bookkeeping book to Mrs, Peeler in hopes that she understands it better than she does, Leonidas Newsome does leave--at last, Russell Davis leaves his place in the Rhythm Masters Quartet to Carl Benton, Sherwood Peacock leaves the following statement: "I, Sherwood Peacock, regret that Ihave nothing to leave, but need all I have and then some, The Senior members of the basketball team leave future members skates so that they can roll instead of run around the gym, George Mayo and Bobby Floats leave their singing ability to Harold Davis and Henry Cuddington, Ann Alcroft and Shirley Davis leave their cheerleading uniforms to Annette Toler and Bonnie Peacock, Dorothy Crocker and Linda Hooks leave their ability to get up other people' bookkeeping to Peggy Chase, At last, but not least, the Seniors of '55 leave in body but not in spirit, Bali Daze A ,gi it gif, 'gi - iw? -vga 'K 1 , P- vt: I 5 2 3.7 gh- ...ff ' as sf ,, -2 , '77 - A li , is '-will 3 5X " T Semor Superlatwes 1 95 4- 1 955 Most Likely no succeed Best Looking Most Intellectual ANN ALCRCFT SYLVIA FLOWERS Q gf X LEONIDAS NEWSOME GEORGE MAYO 'E I 2 1 l X g, "' A 5 T' 'R 'E 5 Y. . ' P QT? Q , YK Most School Spirit Wmiest LOU ELLEN FLOWERS BETSY HOOKS Most Popular SHERWOOD PEACOCK SHMEY DAVIS DONALD M009-ING IOHN RUSSELL WIGGS Ng, 2 ' 'Foo ,., 6 Most Original Most Athletic BATES PEACOCK EU-EN AYCOCK DONALD MOORING Most Dependable CLAIRE PIKE RUSSELL DAVIS Friendliest SHIRLEY DAVIS HU BERT CORBIN GEORGE MAYO Best All Around LINDA BOGUE JOHN RUSSELL WIGGS Best Sport 'S Best Dressed SHELBY JEAN POPE BATES PEACOCK BOBBY RAY PROCTOR I Most Talented SYLVIA FLOWERS DONALD MOORING Cutest SHIRLEY DAVIS RUDY EDMUNDSON JOHN RUSSELL WIGGS Most Considerate LINDA HOOKS RUSSELL DAVIS AEI Jumons lyk. I 4517 'K :- GWILI NEWSOME ELEANOR MOORING JACQUELYN YELVERTON LINDA TURLINGTON ' Vi ' Treasurer Preslde nt ce Preslde nt Secretary -Q, :QW BOBBIE IEAN BASS CARL BENTON Nu... PEGGY CHASE HENRY CUDDING TON 3 HAROLD DAVIS WILLIAM MOORE I 1451 v--- ELEANOR MOORING PEGGY MOZINGO 'l""' 7... BONNIE PEACOCK RUBY RAY STANCIL 4? "" E-J 'N'-F LINDA TURLINGTON BLOIS FAYE VAUGHN GWILI NEWSOME E' ANNETTE TOLER 'WVU A5 QR S IACQUELYN YELVERTON SOPHOMORES Wg. 'nv' President Vice President Sally Bunn C. H. Grab' Secretary Clara Lou Peacock YF' P01 'T'-rs-v 33' C! 'Rin-v x YQ.,,,. any 4. - J '12, Treasurer Johnny Tew Susan Ballance Ollie Ray Barnes Thomas Everette Barnes Nelda Faye Boswell James Bradshaw Sally Bunn Nancy Lou Corbin Donald Edmundson Cecile Floars Serena Futrell Kermitt Ginn C. H, Gray Donald Hall Barbara Jessup Curtis Lane Harold Mooring Ronald Mooring Clara Lou Peacock Mary Lucy Peacock Robert Sorrell Johnny Tew as ' FRESHMEN fl Q2 President Vice President 3 5. I .QW 21,1- Elwood Sasser R055 Lane 2 Secretary Donnie Davis N sf For of his .. T7 -15 41 Y Ol v xr, r 1 .W-, W., ,.u...,,, . , 4,s,53g2a5, ,Cm A231 rs-V -V P 1 X 1 J Y -.,.. fx B-1 3 'UA it i ily! y 0' 17 s Y Q f 'i" f fiv B Y, Lxvvv P 4 f N Q2 42, , 1 all xi G, C, Williamson Treasurer Nanelle Edmundson Jimmy Ballance Glennell Barns Walton Blackman Rochelle Boswell Donnie Davis Nanelle Edmundson Nellie Fisher Wynell Fisher Hilda Herring J, W, Hooks Ross Lane Helen Lewis Peggy Marlowe David Mayo Thomas Proctor Nina Mae Price Elwood Sasser Bobby Suggs Carolyn Whitworth Dickie Whitworth i Q I lx . 'QI f wg. : Q f B all " Wx N ff 3 xx- E. . 4 195' sig I I 'iq QQ' ' I .Uk 4 ,Lui-. Q wwf . xv 1.19 LY! 'if-ras. vs, .c. t .ax- w' ' ' " V' 1771 iii if , , -it if . '0'W'U'f-HQ' K, Life ,ac i 175535, MM K 'Wil' Q- w5lQw7!f! IL: :Q 961319 ""?ELl. 1. . aifklhfl J Aki... .-3:0 R14 Eighth Grade First row, left to right: Jean Newsome, Hilton Winders, Jo Ann Thompson, Kathleen Hooks, Richard Mooring, Tommy Peacock. Second row: Sandra Hooks, Anita Turlington, Kay Yelverton, Phyllis Yelverton, Joyce Bass, Clark Hooks, Mrs. Anne Yelverton, Third row: Jimmy Bruton, James Thomas Smith, Charles Pender, Bonnie Davis, Elizabeth Jessup, Rachel Toler. Fourth row: Barbara Jean Sasser, Sarah Corbin, Paul Langston, Ray Vaughn, Carolyn Jackson. Fifth row: Stephen Keen, Charles Gray, Jim Bames, Arnold Hales, David Jones, Tom Moore. 38" Seventh Grade First row, left to right: John Manly Peacock, Mary Ellen Ellis, Kenan Rand, Judy Whitley, Barbara Windham, Peggy McCullen, Claire Aycock. Second row: Sonny Pender, Jimmy Aycock, Carolyn Holton, Gerald Pate, Jack Peacock, Dell Dee Yelverton, Jojo Newsome, Bonnie Bass. Third row: Jumey Lee Davis, Linda Bradshaw, Barbara Boswell. Brian Davis, Betty Bowman Hooks, Audrey Walker. Fourth row: Jimmy Broughton, W. T. Smith, Donald Pollock, Hazel Gooding, A.B. Vaughn Thomas West. Fifth row: Sue Ellen Aycock, Lee Mooring, Bonnie Cuddington, Charles Jones, Billy Garris, Franklin Overby. Sixth row: Joann Jones, Dorothy Jean Holland, Joyce Bradbury, Billy Greene, Carl Chase. " AWB ills? 'x 'we' ada ' ,., - Q 4 A r ,V HRW K , M4 J ,gg , vu 'I A V - ,,., E my - in .t K , xxgggsiy xg. , 5 s 1 K T ' -H 4 A :.' f -, , "" 1 ,, of ' ' it A :.f. ul ? 'I' f - 1 5 -an My .f--'- ' If ," , - . Rf' 'tb f. 1' ive' .. . . 'M-1... .-Q .s -- ' 1 'sim , ng .uwiaifl - ' -" - .. ' in . . mf-6:3517-em.51' 3 W' ' s , X i V V ' Q . . nv ' ' 1 "' , W W i Q -' . - 5, - ' J in -in L . X A Sixth Grade First row, left to right: Felton Mooring, Linda Boswell, Ora Lee Windham, Elvin Pender, Loydene Bass, Bonnie Ballance, Shirley Parris, Virginia Gooding, Jimmie Whitworth. Second row: Charlotte Gray, Daniel Jones, Louise Sykes, Carolyn Hooks, James Jessup, Geralyn Davis, Mrs. Pearl Hartley. Third row: Bill Aycock, Carlton Davis, Millie Peeler, Cynthia Wiggs, Lassiter Holland, Joan Moore. Fourth row: Linda Toler, Mary Hamm, Jarvis Chase, Bert Hayes, Carlton Blow, Franklin Medlin, Fifth row: Rachel Pope, Sylvia Williamson, Lou Anne Ginn, Densel Jones, Geraldine Tew, Jesse Blackman, Joyce Overby. 'sets' -' Weigh, sql 4 LN FN - A-K Fzfrh Grade First row, left to right: Billy McCul1en, Peggy Winders, Montier Suggs, Lou Lane, Paulette Pridgen, Brantley Walker, Billy Yelverton. Second row: Richard Ellis, Billy Pate, Glenn Hooks, Jimmy Pollock, Diana Pike, Nelson Pate, Spencer Aycock, Miss Neva Harper. Third row: John Singleton, Don Sasser, Sue Aycock, Jo Anne Marlowe, Brenda Mooring, Michael Hooks, Sally Thompson. Fourth row: Jeannie Hooks, Jean Toler, David Benson, Kay Pippin, Betty Stancil, Janet Davis. Fifth row: Nathan Medlin, Damell Pope, John Bass, Betty Jackson, Ralph Smith. 475 , ., -., .sf so Gila-Q-, sl A f V41 , Q' l'- .type ,C NWXIH.-. Fourth Grade First row, left to right: Joyce Sasser, Louise Bass, Mary Jessup, Fay Mooring, Billy Hooks, Mary Lou Bunn, Judy Chase. Second row: Christine Gooding, Keith Pender, Billy Frank Peacock, Robert Hooks, Nan Aycock, Velma Williamson, Mrs. John Mayo. Third row: James Bradbury, Charles Sasser, Eugene Fields, Betsy Turlington, Charles Bruton, Morris Pollock. Fourth row: Margie Gooding, Nellie Sue Whitworth, Gerald Davis, Billy Ray Walker, Braxton Futrell, Sallie Jones. Fifth row: John Sykes, Wanda Fisher, Jean Cahoon, Wilma Fisher. li It In JS ,cv I 36 Third Grade First row, left to right: Harold Walker, Charles Windham, Janie Boswell, Mary Ellen Jones, Thomas Evans, Patsy Fisher, Peggy Pope, Judy Newsome, Barbara Peacock. Second row: Verne Davis, Mary Anne Hales, Ken Ellis, Joel O'Neal, Faye Davis, Sammy Bass, Nell McCullen, Bruce Wilkie, Mrs Russell Davis. Third row: Beverly Peacock, Amelia Hooks, Billy Toler, Kenneth Hooks, Michael Yelverton, Jerry Waddell. Fourth row: Robert Bass, Bobby Taylor, Randall Jones, Gibby Blackman, La Veme Davis. Fifth row: Douglas Marlowe, George Aycock, Gloria Cahoon, Douglas Massey, James Hall, James Blow. 'll 'ELI -,In 'K r I -K vo. as ' I-Pvgzgm, U 9. 'kai -ni-Oil Lfivsia. W. ' zum- - liaggihnnni l 1murs,i In ' Q-ll ' - Siiiidfw' 'l M 2-www' LI il lid mass- 1-A ,inf - 4 ' ' -'--" uit i.-.,..:7 ,,. fl v iii, 1 sy g ' I I V I Second Grade First row, left to right: Betty Peacock, Brenda Elmore, Carolyn Pollock, Mack Baker, Denny Ray Pate, David Windham, Peggy Pollock, J. C. Evans, George Overby. Second row: Donald Edmundson, Nancy Broughton, Raymond Vaughn, Anne Yelverton, Jackie Lewis, Margie Proctor, Susan Daniels, James Sykes, Miss Pauline Short. Third row: Mary Lee Pridgen, Sarah Aycock, Mamie Gooding, Diane Davis, James Harper, Roger Smith, Edward Aldridge. Fourth row: Alan Hicks, Janie Wilson, Douglas Lewis, Jerry West, Wilbert Hall, Johnny Jessup, Linda Home. ,QQ F5 UM 4332. i A 5 Q-with i like pr' hm gg Wi Af -an ' 165 ' 9 I ' ' lf , 'R A . pfllfa ' . s ' - . 5.3 ,,,,,,,,, . 7 ix' --u 5 vu 1 . -f - 4 V I , , ., . ,, 5 . f F , '5"Z28aiu..K.f . 2 ' Q. L Second Grade First row, left to right: Beverly Bennett, David Peacock, Stevie Yelverton, Brenda Hare, William Rand, Hubert Medlin, Sylvia Combs, Freida Holland, Carolyn Gooding. Second row: Warren Mooring, Steve Gooding, Gerald Jackson, John Yelverton, Ann Turlington, Dick Rose, Mary C. Boswell. Third row: Eugene Ellis, Ricky Champion, Norwood Marlowe, Harold Cuddington, Brenda Grimes, Roger Harper, Billy Newsome. Fourth row: Brenda Barnes, Jenny Wiggs, Sandra Smith, Allan Sauls, Sue Smith, Lynn Hooks. Fifth row: Sallie Medlin, Milford Holland, Tom Aycock, Suzanne Hooks, Eugene Bradberry, Carrie Ellen Davis. - Q all 1 J ., ' J fl ' 'Jail' ag.- fm it , r wel' -' ,nt .fxQf.'a, E First Grade First row, left to right: Jerry Mooring, Paulette Ginn. Jimmy Davis, Janice Bass, Judy Hill, Larry Bradshaw, David Whitley. Second row: Jim Ivey, Cecil Sykes, Betty Ballance, Janice Horne, Rickey Winders, Danny Combs, Donald Whaley, Miss Doris Gurley. Third row: Mary Sue Bogue, Phil Yel- verton, Lorene Davis, Rudy Hooks, Suzanne Hayes, Kay Peacock. NH' is-si' 1 2-FUI' 5.57 ras 1 Mai -1 Q ,Z . aw S.: .5 Mft ,gg . fs',s,a.-- TTC. A-s. ill main . s -...Q-A First Grade First row, left to right: George Ray Sykes, Anne Aycock, Linda Hall, Eddie Davis, Sharon Bass, Sue Davis, Steve Mooring, Gloria Bennett. Second row: Linda Wilkie, Laura Ellen Gooding, Edward Etheridge, Farrell McCul1en, Sandra Walker, Janice Tippett, Douglas Davis, Mrs. Dixie Edmundson. Third row: Ray West, Scotty Singleton, Harold Williamson, Ben Ray O'Nea1, Mary Dee Wiggs, Kenneth Jones. Fourth row: Wayne Blow, Nancy Jones, Charles Corbett. -.3 URGA mzA nous The Annual Stdj? 3-e.. N Seated, left to right: Betsy Hooks, Sylvia Flowers, Olivia Edmundson, Bates Peacock, Claire Pike, Lou Ellen Flowers, Ann Alcroft, Jacque Yelverton, Gwili Newsome and Dorothy Crocker, Standing: Advisor, Vivian Byrd, Linda Turlington, Eleanor Mooring, Helen Lewis, Russell Davis, Sherwood Peacock, Nanelle Edmundson, Mary Lucy Peacock and Serena Futrell, ' it 31' Russell Davis Miss Byrd Editor Advisor News P 1F :' 5.14. 3-Ji? M M gm asm 1 1 ,Ny , ,. H N If Q i tg S 5 I K , Sylvia Flowers and Betsy Hooks, Co-Editors, Mrs. Mildred Peeler, Faculty Advisor. Seated, left to right: Betsy Hooks, Gwili Newsome, Sylvia Flowers, Mrs. Peeler, and Linda Turlington. First row: Donnie Davis, Bonnie Peacock, Patricia Wiggs, Shirley Davis, Ann Alcroft, Jacque Yelverton, Nelda Boswell, and Mary Lucy Peacock. Second row: Nanelle Edmundson, Linda Bogue, Annette Toler, Peggy Mozingo, Clara Lou Peacock, Claire Pike, Helen Lewis, Susan Ballance, Eleanor Mooring, and Sally Bunn. Third row: Curtis Lane, Jimmy Ballance, Johnny Tew, Olivia Edmundson Ellen Aycock, Lou Ellen Flowers, Bates Peacock, and George Mayo. Glee Club Left to right: Serena Futrell, Sally Bunn, Cecile Floats, Eleanor Mooring, Barbara Jessup, Helen Lewis, Clara Lou Peacock, Susan Ballance, Sylvia Flowers, Betsy Hooks, Patricia Wiggs, Carolyn Whitworth, Mary Lucy Peacock, and Nanelle Edmundson. Not shown: Director, Patricia Branch. President, Linda Bogueg Vice President, Lou Ellen Flowersg Secretary, Dorothy Crocker, Treasurer, Sylvia Flowers: Reporter, Shirley Davis. First row, left to right: Bates Peacock, Shirley Davis, Russell Davis, Sylvia Flowers, Lou Ellen Flowers, Linda Bogue and Dorothy Crocker. Second row: George Mayo, Betsy Hooks, Olivia Edmundson, Ruby Ray Stancil, Ellen Aycock, Jacque Yelverton Annette Jessup, and Gwili Newsome. Third row: Linda Turlington, Peggy Mozingo, Harold Davis, Claire Pike. Eleanor Mooring, and Sponsor, Raymond Gilbert. W 1 Y .Ahri- ,z.'1,L.5 C t smgarl A J President, George Mayo, Vice President, Lou Ellen Flowers, Secretary, Ellen Aycockg Treasurer, Linda Turlingtong Reporter, Peggy Mozingo. Seated, left to right: Peggy Mozingo, Ellen Aycock, George Mayo, Lou Ellen Flowers, and Linda Turlington. Kneeling: Betsy Hooks, Sylvia Flowers, Olivia Edmundson, Bates Peacock, Claire Pike and Annette Toler. Standing: Leonidas Newsome, Carl Benton, William Moore, John Russell Wiggs, and Sponsor, James J. Clark. K' Y i x Junior and Senior 4-H Officers. President, Donald Mooring, Vice President, Sherwood Peacock: Secretary and Treasurer, Olivia Edmundsong Reporter, Ellen Aycock, Song Leaders, Henry Cudding- ton, Betsy Hooks, and Carl Benton. Seated, left to right: Carolyn Whitworth, Peggy Marlowe, Shirley Davis, Ann Alcroft, Patricia Wiggs, Olivia Edmundson, Ellen Aycock, and Betsy Hooks. Standing: William Moore, Harold Davis, Russell Davis, Sherwood Peacock, Henry Cuddington, J. W. Hooks, and Dickie Whitworth, Not shovm: Carl Benton. First row, left to right: W, T. Smith, Paul Langston, David Jones, Carl Chase, Elizabeth Jessup, Sandra Hooks, Jo Ann Jones, Joyce Bradbury, Lou Ann Ginn, Judy Hooks, John T. Bass and Joyce Overby. Second row: Daniel Jones, Richard Ellis, Franklin Overby, Ralph Smith, James Thomas Smith, Virginia Gooding, Louise Sykes, Shirley Parrish, Cynthia Wiggs, Lou Lane, Claire Aycock, Montier Suggs, Linda Toler, Peggy Winders, and Jimmy Whitworth, Third row: Jimmy Pollock, Spencer Aycock, Don Sasser, Glenn Hooks, Bonnie Bass, Donald Pollock, Jimmy Aycock, Jurney lee Davis, Thomas West, John Manly Peacock, James Jessup, Bill Aycock, John Singleton, Diana Pike, Kay Pippin, Sue Aycock, and Janet Davis. A THLETICS M T ' ' ' 1 l iv ' I A up , .31 A " Q 1 l 5 S a x 6, i Sylvia Flowers Peggy Mozingo Clara Lou Peacock I! , at . 'ing 9 f Y O F i A KX , y 2 fx' 3 ' "" 'mug I ff' y fwll je :Lx ,J ' ,QI f Y , y 4 V' 3 Linda Turlington Olivia Edmundson Lou Ellen Flowers X Q I f A5 Q Q r 5 1 Q x 1 r . ,S . f' x Zf 4 , A Helen Lewis Nanelle Edmundson Sally Bunn - -I 1 ,-iii? 'l' A fe 5 .NX Claire Pike Ellen Aycock Serena Futrell X-4.1 LUCY PEACOCK NELDA BOSWELL SUSAN BALLANCE Pk. mr- -x I-1 PEGGY MARLOWE Basketball Preview When Coach Jay Clark, serving his first year in Fremont, greeted the 54-55 Lady Hornets, he was well-pleased with prospects for a successful season, With several veterans returning along with an outstanding crop of newcomers to back them, the girls, have, therefore, compiled a 14 won 1 loss record, If they continue their display of hustle and team work, there is a great possibility of winning the con- ference championship, Coach J ay Clark had his work set out for him in getting the Hornets molded into a smooth operating team, With only two Seniors the Hornets have improved con- sistently as the season progressed, The Hornets are holding their own this year and with many returning lettermen back next year they should be conference contenders, w I J Q1 Q, nf , eff of Iihl' Bobby Suggs George Mayo C, H, Gray . ,I A Donald Edmundson I Johnny Tew 1. 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