Fuquay Springs High School - Greenbriar Yearbook (Fuquay Springs, NC)

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The Senior Class of FUQUAY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Presents . . . i THE GREENER IAR . I - O H 9 5 4 In Memoriam EDNA LOVE MORRIS Born . . . August 20, 1935 Died . . . March 26, 1952 BETTY JEAN BLALOCK Born . . . May 7, 1936 Died . . . March 26, 1952 SIDNEY ANDERSON MILLS Born . . . November 6, 1934 Died . . . October 16, 1954 " How cruelly sweet are the echoes that start, When memory plays an old tune on the heart! " r DEDICATION . . . to her the deed is everything, the fame of it is nothing . . . politeness costs her nothing, yet, for her it gains everything . . . her character is simply a habit long continued . . . because of these valuable traits which are so graciously shown every day, we, the Senior Class of 1954, dedicate this volume of the GREENBRIAR to . . . • MISS RUTH CARROLL 5 CONTENTS FACULTY. 7 CLASSES. ]3 ORGANIZATIONS.41 ATHLETICS. 55 FEATURES 67 MR. E. N. FARNELL Principal MISS BETTY JO BECK Secretary MISS RUTH CARROLL School Treasurer FACULTY EDWARD BENSON, B.S., M.A. East Carolina College, Columbia University Band and Chorus VIVIAN ELIZABETH BURTON, A.B. University of Georgia, B.L.I., Emerson College, M.A., Northwestern University English, Dramatics RUTH CARROLL, B.S. East Carolina Teachers College Commercial, School Treasurer HOWARD CAYTON, B.B. Atlantic Christian College Health and Physical Education, World History, Sponsor of Monogram Club, Assistant Coach DONALD FARTHING King College, University of North Carolina, A.B. Mathematics MRS. W. O. COUNCIL East Carolina College, A.B. General Mathematics, Chemistry, Drivers Education, High School Counselor, Sponsor of Monogram Club FRED L. HUNT North Carolina State College Agriculture, Adviser of F.F.A. MRS. E. N. FARNELL, A.B. East Carolina Teachers College, University of Tennessee, Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina Science MRS. MARY LANIER S. JARRETT, A.B. Meredith College Home Economics, Adviser of F.H.A. FACULTY MRS. JANIE STARLING KOPP East Carolina College, B.S. Physical Education, English, Sponsor of Monogram Club FRANK MURRAY, B.S. North Carolina State College Agriculture ANNE NICHOLSON East Carolina College, B.S. Business Education LUCY PERKINSON, A.B. Meredith College English, French, Advisor of Beta Club, Sponsor of French Club ELEANOR SOUTHERLAND, A.B. Flora MacDonald, Mary Washington College Mathematics, Librarian JESSIE PARKER THOMPSON, A.B., East Carolina College Social Science, Student Council Advisor 10 ELEMENTARY FACULTY Left to right: May Adams, B.S., Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina, Oxford College, Seventh; Mrs. Dennis Arnold, Mere¬ dith, Appalachian State Teachers College, Seventh; Mary Lou Austin, East Carolina College, B.S., Eighth; Vida Bell, East Carolina, A.B., M.A., First; Virginia Bobbitt, Atlantic Christian College, A.B., Fourth. Left to right: Elizabeth Scott Carroll, Meredith, East Carolina, B.S., First; Cinith Elmore, Woman ' s College, B.M. Glee Club, Music; Mrs. Lucile Haddock, Duke University, A.B., Latin, Eighth; Mrs. Helen E. Holland, Meredith, A.B., Fifth; Mrs. Myrtle Hopson, Wom¬ an ' s College, A.B., Fifth. Left to right: Mrs. Audrey Jones Cayton, Atlantic Christian College, A.B., First; Alice Langston, Atlantic Christian College, A.B., Seventh; Patricia Prince, Peace College, Woman ' s College, B.A., Second; Mrs. Katie Honeycutt Ragan, East Carolina College, A.B., Sixth; Dorothy L. Rhodes, Campbell College, East Carolina College, B.S., Sixth. Left to right: Mrs. Kate Johnson Russum, East Carolina College, A.B., Third; Mrs. Azzie W. Sexton, Appalachian Teachers College, Duke University, North Carolina State College, Wake Forest College, Fourth; Mrs. Catherine Johnson Tutor, East Carolina College, B.S., Fifth; Lola Tunnell Watson, East Carolina College, A.B., Second. NOT PICTURED: Sarah Aiken, Mrs. Alice Bryan Johnson, Meredith College, A.B., Special Education; Nancy Cook Welfare, Mars Hill College, Meredith College, A.B., Second; Mrs. S. A. Yancey, Elon College, Ph. B., Third. 1 1 SCHOOL BOARD SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION Left to right: Mr. Woodrow Johnson, Mrs. John Q. Adams, Mr. Rex Powell, Mrs. William Johnson, Mr. Billy Callis. Not pictured: Mr. S. T. Proctor FACULTY SNAPS 12 aS5e6 13 SENIOR OFFICERS JIMMY WAGSTAFF, President ZELMA McGEE, Treasurer RUTH BURCHETTE, Secretary DONALD COTTEN, Vice-President SENIORS BARBARA HENRI ADAMS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Leader 3; County Song Leader 4; Cheer Leader 3, 4, 5; Beta Club 3, 4; 4-H Camp 1; Variety Show 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Bible Club 2; Junior Play; F. T. A. 2; Student Council 4; French Club 4; Co- Advertising Manager of GREENBRIAR 4; Hi-School Song Leader 4. MAX EDWARD ASHWORTH Civics Club 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Football Co-Captain 3; Football Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Superlative (Most Athletic). SHIRLEY JO BAIRD F. H. A. 1; Band 2; Junior Play; Glee Club 3, 4. PHILLIP GRAY BARNES F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Junior Play WAYLON JOSEPH BEASLEY F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. Camp 2; Junior Play. DANIEL RAY BOWDEN F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2, 3; Civics Club 1; Editorial Staff of GREENBRIAR 2; Junior Play; Beta Club 3, 4; Librarian 3. MARY NELL BRADLEY Piano 1, 2; Piano Medal 2; Marshal 1; Beta Club 3, 4; Vice- President of Beta Club 3; President of Beta Club 4; Chief Mar¬ shal 3; Glee Club 3; Book Club 3; Junior Play; French Club 4; Superlative (Most Intellectual). CONNIE MACK BURCH F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. Secretary 1, 2; Civics Club 1; Junior Play. 15 SENIORS DONALD GENE COTTEN Monogram Club 1, 2, 4; Football Manager 1, 4; Basketball Manager 1, 4; Junior Play; French Club 4; Vice-President of Senior Class; Office Clerk 4; Advertising Staff of GREEN- BRIAR 4. MABEL OSWALT COTTEN F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Captain 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; F. H. A. Camp 1; Sophomore Class President; Cheerleader 2; Student Council 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Marshal 3; Girls ' State 3; French Club 4; Editorial StafF of GREENBRIAR 4; Superlative ( " Most Athletic). KAY FRANCES CURRIN F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Civics Club 1; Bible Club 1; Beta Club 3, 4; Beta Club Treasurer 4; Junior Play; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR; Superlative (Most Attractive). LUMAS CHARLES DAVIS F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. Camp 2; Civics Club 1; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR. RUTH JEAN BURCHETTE F. H. A. 1, 2, 4; Piano 1; Bible Club 1; Civics Club 1; Vice- President of Civics Club 1; Typing Award 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary; Junior Play; Marshal 3; F. T. A. Club 4; Senior Class Secretary; Office Clerk 4; Cheerleader 4; Mono¬ gram Club 4; French Club 4; Secretary of French Club 4- Edi¬ torial StafF of GREENBRIAR 4. KAY CLIFTON BYRD Class Treasurer 1; Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 3; F. H. A. 2; Commercial Club 3; Treasurer of Commercial Club 3; Student StafF 3; Marsh al 3; Beta Club 3; Benson High School 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Beta Club 4. JAMES EUGENE CHAMPION F. H. A. 1, 2; Civics Club 1; Junior Play; Baseball 3, 4; Glee Club 4. MARGARET ERNA COLEY F. H. A. 1, 2; Civics Club 1; Junior Play. NELLIE GRAY DUPREE F. H. A. 1, 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Office Clerk 3; Junior Play; Store Clerk 4; F. T. A. 4; Dramatics Club 4. JOSEPHINE ANN FARMER F. H. A. 1, 2, 4; Civics Club 1; Office Clerk 3, 4; Store Clerk 3; Junior Play; F. T. A. 4. ANNETTE EUGENIA FLEMING Piano 1; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Camp 1; Student Council 2; Secretary Student Council 2; Librarian 2; Book Club 3; Junior Play; Marshal 3; Glee Club 3; Girls ' State 3; Assistant Editor of GREENBRIAR 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Editor of GREEN- BRIAR 4; Superlative (Most Popular). SAM PERRY GARRISON Football 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. BRAXTON GRIFFIN F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARVIN ALLEN HAIR F. F. A. 1, 2; F. F. A. Camp 1, 2; Basketball 2. RACHEL LEE HARVELL F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Civics Club 1; Book Club 3; Junior Play; Dramatics Club 4. DONALD PEARSON HOLLOWAY F. F. A. 1, 2, 4; Student Council 1; Sophomore Vice-President; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Monogram Club President 4; Junior Play; Junior Class Presi¬ dent; Variety Show 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Marshal 3; French Club 4; President of French Club 4; Sports Editor of GREENBRIAR; Superlative (Most Popular). 17 SENIORS ROGER BRADLEY HONEYCUTT F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Student Council Sergeant at Arms 2; Vice-President of Student Council 3; President of Student Council 4; Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Superlative (Best All Around). FRANCES JEANETTE HORTON F. H. A. 2, 3, 4; Civics Club 1; Bible Club 2; Store Clerk 2; Book Club 3; Junior Play; Librarian 3; French Club 4. DREXEL LEE JORDAN F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Play. WILLIAM MARRISON KINTON F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Play JO ANN JOHNSON F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Historian 1; Civics Club 1; Bible Club 1; Beta Club 3, 4; Junior Editor of GREENBRIAR; Junior Play; Student Council 4; Student Council Treasurer 4; Cheer¬ leader 4; Monogram Club 4; Office Clerk 4; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR; Superlative (Best All Around). MARTHA HARRIET JONES F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Vice-President 3; F. H. A. President 4; Latin Club 1; Sophomore Class Secretary; F. T. A. 2, 3; F. T. A. Vice-President 2; F. T. A. President 3; Bible Club 2; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Junior Play; Book Club 3; Librarian 3; Variety Show 3; Cheerleader 4; Monogram Club 4; French Club 4; Co-Advertising Manager of GREENBRIAR 4; Superlative (Most Original). ZELMA LEE McGEE F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2; F. T. A. 2, 3, 4; Book Club 3; Vice-President of Junior Class; Business Manager of Junior Play; Junior Play; Office Clerk 3, 4; Senior Class Treasurer; Business Manager of GREENBRIAR. JOHN LETHCO MIDGETTE Glee Club 2, 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 4; Junior Play; Marshal 3; French Club 4; Superlative (Most Intellectual). 18 SENIORS WINIFRED ANNE MILLS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Civics Club 1; Latin Club 2; Bible Club 2; Junior Play; Beta Club 3, 4; Beta Club Secretary 4; Office Cleik 4; Dramatics Club 4. DANIEL EUGENE O ' CONNELL Glee Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. Camp 2; Vice-President 3; Basketball 2, 3; Junior Play; Foot¬ ball 4. BOBBY RAY POLLARD F. F. A. 1, 2; Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Clerk 3, 4; Junior Play; F. T. A. 4; F. T. A. Historian 4. PATRICIA ANN POLLARD Glee Club 1; Junior Play; Marshal 3; Beta Club 3, 4. JANET MARIE POPE F. H. A. 1, 2, 2, 4; Office Clerk 1, 2, 3; Piano 1, 2, 3; Bible Club 2; Sophomore Class Secretary; Junior Play; Beta Club 3, 4; Editorial Staff of GREENBRIAR. JAMES CARY POWELL Junior Play. VERA ANNETTE ROWLAND F. H. A. 1, 2; Freshman Class Secretary; Civics Club 1; Basket¬ ball 2, 3; Junior Play; Beta Club 3, 4. BOBBY MITCHELL ROWLAND F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. Camp 1, 4; Treasurer 4; Civics Club 1; Junior Play; Football 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. SENIORS PEGGY JOYCE SANDY F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Civics Club 1; Latin Club 2; Glee Club 3; Book Club 3; Junior Play; F. T. A. 4; Office Clerk 4; Librarian 4. BARBARA JEAN SHERIAN Bible Club 2; Store Clerk 2; Book Club 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Librarian 3; French Club 4. JERRY RAY SHERRON F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. Camp 1; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club Vice-President 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. DWIGHT LEWIS SMITH Civics Club 1; Piano 1, 2, 3, 4; F. T. A. 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2; Marshal 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4,‘ F. T. A. Vice-President 3; F. T . A. President 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Drum Major 3; Junior Play; Librarian 3; French Club Vice-President 4; Office Clerk 4. WILLIAM MAYNARD SMITH F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. Camp 1, 2; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Variety Show 3; Student Council 3, 4; Baseball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Co-Captain 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Basketball Manager 3. WILLIAM CLINTON SPIVEY F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Civics Club 1; Junior Play; Glee Club 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. GAYNELLE STEPHENS F. H. A. 1; Glee Club 4; Dramatics 4; Office Clerk 4. WILLIAM JAMES STEPHENS F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. Camp 1, 2; Civics Club 1; Junior Play; Basketball 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club Secretary 4; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR. 20 SENIORS BOBBY GRAY STEPHENSON F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. Camp 2. CHARLES NORWOOD STEPHENSON F. F. A. 1, 2; Freshman Class President; Junior Play; Glee Club 3; Dramatics Club 4. PEARLENE TART F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Civics Club 1; Bible Club 2; Junior Play; F. T. A. 4; Librarian 4. DONALD WAYNE TAYLOR F. F. A. 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4. JULIAN DURWOOD THOMAS F. F. A. 1, 2 , 3, 4; F. F. A. President 4; F. F. A. Camp 4; Football 2 , 3 , 4; Monogram Club 2 , 3 , 4 . HELEN JEAN TURNER F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Camp 1, 2; Office Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4; Civics Club 4; Civics Club Treasurer 1; Bible Club 1; Freshman Class Treasurer; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Cheerleader 1, 2 , 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Beta Club 3, 4; Book Club 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR 4. JIMMY ALLEN WAGSTAFF Junior Play; Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Senior Class Presi¬ dent; Superlative (Most Original). DWIGHT KINCH WILSON F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. Camp 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 1, 2; Baseball Manager 1; Basketball Manager 1; Junior Play; F. F. A. Secretary 3; Bus Driver 4. 21 SENIORS WALLACE REID YOUNG F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; F. F. A. Camp 2. SNAPSHOTS 22 OUR CLASS H I STORY It is hard to believe that four years ago we were freshmen. It took us a little while to get used to being addressed as a freshman, but when we did, we were really a part of the school. The proud wearers of the green and white on the basketball court were Roger Honeycutt, Mabel Cotten, and Lucille Haire. Jean Turner helped with the cheers. Roger Honeycutt and Clinton Spivey did a wonder¬ ful job on the baseball team which won the County Championship. Jerry Sherron and Maynard Smith helped out on the football team. The class was represented in the Student Council by Don Holloway. One year later and we were Sophomores! We really enjoyed F. F. A. and F. H. A. initiation night. Then we could return to the freshmen some of the cruelty which we had received. This year Don Holloway and Max Ashworth made the basketball team. Barbara Adams became a cheerleader in order to help cheer for them. Roger Honeycutt and Annette Fleming represented the class in the Student Council. With Mabel Cotten as class president we began to get ready for our Junior year. After a short vacation we returned for our Junior year which was filled with happy events. This year Mabel Cotten and Roger Honeycutt represented us in the Student Council. Roger was elected as Vice-president of the Student Council. Don Holloway lead the class as president. Twenty-one members of our class were very proud to wear Beta Club pins. We presented three one-act plays under the direction of Miss Vivian Burton for our Junior play. The Junior-Senior Banquet and Dance was the highlight of the year. The theme was " Hawaiian Starlight, " and it was so pretty that it was worth all the work put into it. It wasn ' t long before we realized that we were Seniors! It was a little hard to become accustomed to that title. With Jimmy Wagstaff as the class president and Roger Honeycutt as president of the Student Council we proceeded onward toward graduation. Barbara Adams lead the cheers with Martha Harriet Jones, Ruth Burchette, Jo Ann Johnson, Jean Turner helping at the games. Jean Turner was chosen as the football sponsor for the home-coming game with Cary. We were real excited and proud to show our class rings to underclassmen, and to exchange calling cards. Our class officers were Jimmy Wagstaff, president; Donald Cotten, vice-president; Ruth Burchette, secretary; and Zelma McGee, treasurer. Although our four years at Fuquay High were short, we have had many happy experiences, and made acquaintances that will remain a part of us forever. As we leave our school it is not with regret that we say " Goodbye, " but we wish to express our gratitude for its affording us the four happiest years of our lives. " WITH TIME COMES CHANGE-THANK GOODNESS " SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY Who was it that said there were no signs off success in the hearts and minds of those 1954 Seniors of " good ole Fuquay High? " Was it you? Ah, yes, no doubt. But do you know . . . While preparing for my summer vacation I decided to find as many of my fellow graduates as I could. I am, incidentally, Ruth Burchette, now teaching commercial courses in a very modern¬ ized Miami, Florida, Junior High School. My first ambition was to travel back to Fuquay. As I stopped by the Cream Center, I found that Eugene O ' Connel is now owner and operator. Still good milk shakes, boy! Connie Burch, always faithful to his job, operates a cafe where he sells anything from girls ' hairpins to barbe¬ cued rabbits. I stopped at the high school. Much to my amazement Bobby Pollard was principal. He and one of his meticulous teachers, Martha Harriet Jones, were discussing one of their many prob¬ lems. I wonder who out-talked the other! Annette Rowland was secretary of the school. Max Ashworth, coach of the Fuquay Falcons now, stopped in at the office to say hello and to comment on his " all wins " and " no losses. " I learned that Mabel Cotten ' s dreams of being a laboratory technician shattered when she became coach of Hanes Hosiery Basketball Girls in Winston-Salem. Did you know that Miss Thompson is still saying, " Get your rows straight, good Seniors " ? Among those in the medical field in Fuquay were L. C. Davis, town ' s most reliable physician, and Donald Taylor, well-known dentist, who has discovered a new chemical—molecular acid— which is really important in making false teeth. I stopped by to see Mary Nell Bradley who is a successful pharmacist in her own store. Gathered in the drug store were Jimmy Powell, presi¬ dent of the Fuquay Ford Motor Company, and Charles Stephenson, judge of Fuquay Springs Re¬ corders Court. Jimmy was trying to sell Judge Stephenson a Ford. John Midgette, managing editor of The Independent, has just hired a new columnist, Ray Bowden. Ray ' s work in journalism has been praised highly by the subscribers. Kay Currin has her own weekly column on interior decorating. She is very superior in this work. Kay Byrd is business editor of the rapid-growing paper. Of course, I then drove out to Willow Springs. Annette Fleming is now happily married and employed in her husband ' s business, William J. Stephens ' Merchandise. There, to purchase feed for their cows were Sam Garrison and Maynard Smith, operating Cairo Dairy and supplying the country with its many products. (By the way, Maynard, what happened to your football career?) Some of those " farming " farmers were there, too. Braxton Griffin, Drexel Jordan, Dwight Wilson, and Wallace Young were all arguing with Bobby Rowland (who owns over half of the farms in Willow Springs) about the number of pounds of tobacco per acre each could yield. They said that Waylon Beasley, surveyor, measured their land wrong. Gone to join their " better half " in the armed services were Janet Pope, Pearline Tart, Zelma McGee, and Winifred Mills. Winifred has just completed her first novel entitled " Strangers in Love. " Too bad Rachel Harvell and Margaret Coley got married and quit their jobs as.census takers of New York City. But I did find out that the hilarious Jimmy Wagstaff has his own panel " What ' s My Line " in New York over CBS-TV. Members of his panel are Nellie Dupree, Don Holloway, Patricia Pollard, and Frances Horton. Just the other day, Marvin Haire was their guest. His line was designing women ' s bathing suits. Those girls who have become executive secretaries are: JoAnn Farmer of the Wester-Lloyd Firm in Raleigh; Shirley Baird of the F. B. I. in Washington; Jean Turner of State Prison (who is none other than the warden ' s wife); Barbara Sherian of Long Long Insurance in Chicago, Illi¬ nois; and Peggy Sandy of Balientine ' s Dairy near Needmore. JoAnn Johnson and Barbara Adams really fooled fate by choosing their vocation. JoAnn sells Tussy products. Do you suppose she just likes " Midnight " ? Barbara is a distinguished so¬ prano in the Metropolitan Opera House. Can it be that she will be the singing lead in " Carmen " ? I visited WFVG and was just in time to see the " Smile Awhile Boys " consisting of Phillip Barnes, Clinton Spivey, Billy Kinton, and Eugene Champion. Guess what they were " picking off " ? " Wake Up, Irene. " Their guest star was Gaynelle Stephens, popular vocalist, who has just re¬ turned from the Waves. They told me that Dwight Smith is now a great concert pianist in Atlantic City. Another Liberace, huh? It is with regret that Uncle Sam summoned Donald Cotten, Durwood Thomas, Bobby Stephen¬ son, Jerry Sherron, and Roger Honeycutt before they could begin their careers, especially Roger, who hated to part with his inseparable Mercury. . . . and now in 1964 as I gaze back over these past ten ywars, I marvel at the success and happiness that seem to cling to those Seniors of 1954. 25 JUNIOR OFFICERS SNAPSHOTS Left to right: Jennie Proctor President Donald Lloyd Secretary Doris Ragland Treasurer Donald Averette Vice-President 26 JUNIOR CLASS Kay Adams Patricia Adams Frances Adcock Kay Delle Arnold Sherwood Ashworth Donald Averette Marie Baird Bobby Barbour Edna Beckwith W. L. Benton Leonidas Betts Carolyn Bradley Malisia Burch Ann Helen Byrd Robert Carter Barbara Coats Jerry Currin Bobby Davis Earl Dean 27 JUNIOR CLASS Jerry Dean Marshall Dean Phillip Dickens Fred Dupree Bobby Ellis Jimmy Farabow Alma Sue Fuquay Gene Humphries Bobby Jeffries Harold Johnson Joanna Johnson Lydia Johnson Bryant Jones Linda Keith Mattie Lee Donald Lloyd Gerald Matthews Jackie Mills Aaron Olive JUNIOR CLASS Jo Ann Parrish Maynard Pearce Gene Pleasant Loretta Pope Patsy Pope Harold Powell Martha Powell Patricia Powell Jennie Proctor Jimmie Proctor Doris Ragland Nelson Reuschling W. H. Rhodes Milton Riley Lector Rogers Faye Rowland Charles Smith Glenn Spivey Nora Stephens 29 JUNIOR CLASS Ann Stephenson Jean Stephenson Larry Stephenson Lena Stephenson Nancy Stephenson Oscar Stephenson Dan Talley Mollie Tilley Rebecca Truelove Eleanor Van Hook Virginia Wade Carolyn Weaver Gypsy Williams Bobby Wilson Marie Wilson Jimmy Wood NOT PICTURED: Wailes Blalock Jean Sherron 30 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS TREVA OGBURN Secretary JEAN FISH President EAAILIE TILLEY Treasurer PRISCILLA HOLLOWAY Vice-President Dorothy Adcock Mary Lynn Aiken Betty Ashworth Mollie Ashworth Sonja Averette Betty Jean Baker Gene Barbee Frank Benton Virginia Bowling Betty Buffaloe James Byrd John M. Callis Jean Campbell Sally Carden 31 SOPHOMORE CLASS Zelda Cates Jimmy Caviness Dan Chappell Alberta Clayton Annette Cotten Betty Sue Crabtree Katie Crabtree Ralph Crabtree Billy Dark Harriet Davis Shelby Davis Bobby Dean Shirley Denton Sue Ellis Marie Farmer Jean Fish Millie Fowler Virginia Griffis Leamon Hair Carolyn Hilliard 32 SOPHOMORE CLASS Bobby Jones Doris Jones Fred Jones Mildred Jones Sherrill Jones Nancy Keith Jackie Langdon Thomas McGee Celia Midgette Shelby Mills Billy Mize Peggy Myatt Treva Ogburn Jerry Oliver Margaret Page Peggy Passmore Peggy Powell Henrietta Prince Lottie Prince Martha Puryear 33 SOPHOMORE CLASS Linda Rhyne Roy Richter Annette Roundy Kathryn Rowland Charles Sauls Hubert Shearcn Marie Sherian Carolyn Smith Rex Smith Mitchell Spivey Shirley Stone Arthur Ray Talley Kenneth Talley Emilie Tilley Rudolph Walters Millard Williams Shelby Jean Wilson Nathan Woodlief Billy Yeargin NOT PICTURED: Johnnie Bryant Phillip Harvell Wallace Jones Ray Puryear FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Dorothy Adams Polly Adams David Lee Baker Maxine Baker Rachel Barbour Zona Faye Barbour Carolyn Beck Donald Broadwell Billy Brown Donald BufTaloe Jackie Bullock Janet Bullock Jane Byrd Willard Chambers Alma Champion 35 FRESHMAN CLASS Virginia Champion Charlie Clark Gordon Clark William Clark Faye Connor Louise Craig Carnell Davis Jackie Dawson Van Dean Dorothy Dones William Dupree John Elliott Helen Evans Betsy Gilbert Amelia Griffin Betty Ann Hackney Kenneth Hair Donald Harvell Eloise Harvell Joan Hill Betty Lou Holland Libby Lee Holland Benny Honeycutt Martha Honeycutt Betty Bruce Howard Betty Ray Johnson Buck Jones Judy Jones Mabel Jordon Michael Kannan 36 FRESHMAN CLASS 1 Norman Lane Evelyn Lee David Lipscomb Steve McCauley Patricia Matthews Betty McGee Cozie Lee McLean Bennie Medlin Margie Messer Mary Moore Lloyd Olive Ross Olive Charles Page Devon Parrish Jerry Pollard Beverly Porter Karen Prince Edward Puryear Jack Rambeau Bobby Ransdale Ray Rogers Hattie Reardon Larry Rowland Phyllis Searcy Larry Sherron Patricia Smith Robert Spence A. W. Stancil Nancy Stancil Donny Stephens Sam Stephens George Stephenson Rebecca Stephenson 37 FRESHMAN CLASS Shirley Stephenson Bobby Stuart Garland Stuart Percy Stuart Eugene Talton Evelyn Thomason Kenny Thornes Peggy Tingen Emitte Tutor Linda Veasey Ernestine Wade Faye Wagstaff Dixie Walls Eleanor Walters John White Patsy Wilkerson Michael Williams Emily Wimberly Ruth Womble Betty Jean Wood Buck Wood Margaret Wood Anne Yeamans Dottie Yeamans NOT PICTURED: James Love Billy Ray Smith Billy Brown Glenn Rambeau 38 41 THE STAFF ANNETTE FLEMING_ Editor ELEANOR VAN HOOK Assistant Editor ZELMA McGEE- Business Manager BARBARA ADAMS ) Co-Advertising MARTHA H. JONES)- Managers DON HOLLOWA.Y- Sports Editor MABEL COTTEN .1 _ Club Editor JANET POPE- Senior Editor KAY ARNOLD— - lunior Editor RALPH CRABTREE_ Sophomore Editor BETSY GILBERT- Freshman Editor ANNE NICHOLSON _ Advisor ANNETTE FLEMING 42 aD VERT1S N h „ s „ n »»«» SEAT® SWhe " 5 ° " ' G STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF SEATED: Don Holloway, Miss Anne Nicholson, Annette Fleming, Eleanor Van Hook, Zelma McGee. STANDING: Barbara Adams, Martha Jones, Kay Delle Arnold, Janet Pope, Mabel Cotten, Ralph Crabtree, Ruth Burchette. Not Pictured: Betsy Gilbert. Student Council ROGER HONEYCUTT President REPRESENTATIVES Miss Jessie Thompson, Advisor „ s wy, Mh ' “° " h ' Se yi ce -Presid en,; ' r.mm ' ie Proct° r - V-c: Johnson, Joanna Johnson, Junior; Barbara Adams, Beta Club; Sonja Averette, Sophomore; Maynard Smith, F. F. A.; Kay Delle Arnold, Monogram Club; Betty Hackney, Fresh¬ man; Gypsy Williams, F. T. A. Left to right, front row: Winifred MiUs, Secretary; Nelson Reuschling, Vice-President; Mary Nell Bradley, President; Kay Currin, Treasurer. Second row: Roger Honeycutt, Harold Johnson, Ruth Burchette, Jimmie Proctor, Annette Fleming, Eleanor Van Hook, Leonidas Betts, Dwight Smith, Barbara Coats, Jimmy Wagstaff. Third row: Aaron Olive, W. H. Rhodes, W. L. Benton, Rebecca Truelove, Kay Adams, Lydia Johnson, Ann Helen Byrd, Carolyn Bradley, Bobby Davis. Fourth row: Janet Pope, Joanna Johnson, Barbara Adams, Barbara Sherrian, Jo Ann Parrish, Patricia Pollard, Jennie Proctor, Carolyn Weaver, Patricia Adams. Fifth row: Don Holloway, Jean Turner, Mabel Cotten, Jo Ann Johnson, Kay Dell Arnold, Nellie Dupree, Annette Rowland, Marie Wilson, Miss Lucy Perkinson, Advisor. Sixth row: Glen Spivey, Larry Stephenson, Gerald Matthews, Ray Bowden, Faye Rowland, Wailes Blalock, Doris Ragland, Ann Stephenson, Milton Riley. 45 MARSHALS Left to right: Mary Nell Bradley, Chief; Don Holloway, Annette Fleming, Dwight Smith, Patricia Pollard, Ray Bowden, Mabel Cotten, John Midgette, Ruth Burchette. J jf « J ?a:. til-i«»?V, Wi MAJOR Band Director— Mr. Benson Jennie Proctor, Head Majorette; Dorothy Marie Sherrian, Sonja Averetfe. 4 1 .u Ronn ' 80 ' n M0 wer , Ke« " h Dei - ' j jeW, Dona ' 0 RlC hard tng Q ' v es. Left to right , front row: Mr. Ed Benson, Director; Jean Turner, Barbara Adams, Gaynelle Stephens, Patricia Adams, Sally Carden, Carolyn Hilliard, Ann Stephenson, Ann Helen Byrd, Accompanist. Second row: Mabel Cotten, Loretta Pope, Janet Overby, Linda Rhyne, Ann Yeamans, Carolyn Weaver, Jennie Proctor, Carolyn Bradley. Third row: Martha H. Jones, Virginia Griffis, Patsy Pope, Eleanor Van Hook, Jean Sherron, Faye Rowland, Kay Dell Arnold, Dottie Yeamans, Lydia Johnson. Fourth row: Nora Stephens, Jo Ann Parrish, Nancy Stephenson, Annette Cotten, Mitchell Spivey, Shirley Baird, Donald Lloyd, Mattie Lee, John Midgette, Mollie Tilley. Fifth row: Marshall Dean, Bobby Ransdell, Clinton Spivey, Gerald Matthews, Wailes Blalock, Nelson Reuschling, Dwight Smith, Donald Averette, Bobby Jeffries. Sixth row: Eugene Champion, Maynard Smith, Ralph Crabtree, Emitte Tutor, Don Holloway, Jerry Currin. ... TTES dcock, Gypsy Williams, Carolyn Beck, FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, SENIORS Martha Jones_ President Rebecca Truelove_ Vice-President Jean Sherron_ Secretary Patricia Powell_ Treasurer Margaret Page_ Historian Janet Bullock_ Parliamentarian Karen Prince_ Social Chairman Marie Sherian_ Program Chairman Anne Yeamans_ Project Chairman Ann Byrd_ Reporter Nancy Stephenson___ Song Leader Ann Stephenson..... Student Council Representative Ok - i Ilfa. flL 1 .jA 48 FRESHMEN FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA F. F. A. OFFICERS President _ Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer .. Reporter _ Advisor _ - Durwood Thomas _Bryant Jones -Marshal Dean _Bobby Rowland _W. L. Benton _Mr. F. L. Hunt ■V french CL «-x. , sa ! tS. 5 ! “ limmie rr ... LATIN CLUB 50 Left to nght, first row.- Margaret Page, Alberta Clayton, Linda Rhyne, Vice-President; Katie Crabtree, Jean Wilson, Dotli Yeamans, Secretary-Treasurer; Etta Gray Bullock, Mollie Tilley. Second row: Mary L. Aiken, Treva Ogburn, Betty Buffalo. Anne Yeamans, Evelyn Lee Mike Williams. Standing: John Elliot, Donald Broadwell, Nelson Reuschling, Jerry Oliver, Kennetl Thornes. Ralph Crabtree, President; Sam Stephens, Michael Kannan, Ben Keith, Hubert Sharron, Van Dean, Kenneth Talley. DRAMATICS CLUB ' 10 r ' 3 h . fronl row: Charles Stephenson, Kay Adams, Treasurer; Marie Wilson, Secretary; Gaynelle Stephens, President; tries Smith. Second row: Jean Campbell, Nellie Dupree, Miss Vivian Burton, Advisor; Winifred Mills, Barbara Coats. ' c nF aN E r ' CA — fyRE TE cHE ' .a,. Be " 5 ' w.» Barb° ur ' K ,, H°° k ' Ju c, e phen» on ' . ieoit’v as . , Rachet o , nor Van „ lena " • u Preside 1 " ' „ Ada " 15 ' Ho ward, E ' c, e phens° n ' OFF |C a Ad 8 5 J.. ( i Jean ' 5 y Ann BteP 1 ® S °° 51 Left to right, front row: Miss Elmore, Director; Peggy Jackson, Marie Thomas, Patricia Jones, Margaret Wood, Linda Veasey, Faye Rhodes, Clara Fowler, Jean Capps. Second row: Barbara McCulloch, Sadie Ann Wilson, Patsy Thomas, Emily Jones, Sylvia Mills, Becky Stephenson, Marie Jones, Myrtle Ragland, Parthenia Lyam. Third row: Libby Holland, Karen Prince, Pat Mat¬ thews Wilma Howard, Sarah Canady, Shirley Jones, Runell Williford. Fourth row: Carnell Davis, Helen Campbell, Betsy Carden, Betty Jean Wood, Peggy Temple, Lucy Riley, Phyllis Evans, Martha Gilbert, Betty Sandy. Fifth row: Faye Dennis, Dorothy Adams, Patsy Pruitt, Bonnie Currin, Betty B. Howard, Gloria Sherron, Betsy Gilbert, Mildred Jean Ayscue, Kay Dones. BUS DRIVERS 52 Left to right, kneeling: Bobby Barbour, Bryant Jones, Billy Kinton, Dwight Wilson, Larry Stephenson, Bobby JefFries, May¬ nard Smith. Standing: Gaynelle Stephens, Phillip Barnes, Roy Pury ear, Jimmy Farabow, Donald Taylor, William Stephens, Glen Spivey, Robert Carter, Dwight Smith, Phillip Harvell, Zelma McGee, Charles Smith. Seated: Pearlene Tart, Bobby Pollard, Miss Eleanor Southerland, Librarian; Judy Jones, Dorothy Adcock. Standing: Peggy Passmore, Peggy Sandy, Annette Cotten, Betty Jean Baker, Treva Ogburn. OFFICE CLERKS Seated: Ruth Burchette, Bobby Pollard, Dwight Smith, Gaynelle Stephens, Sonja Averette, Nellie Dupree, Peggy Sandy. Standing: Winifred Mills, Donald Cotten, Jo Ann Farmer, Jackie Langdon, Henrietta Prince, Jo Anne Johnson, Barbara Coats, Jean Turner. 53 Front row, left to right: Bruce Currin, Roger Wagstaff, Haywood Sherron, Jerry Talley, Mickey Jones, Eugene Truelove. Second row: Maurice Passmore, Freddie Cloer, George Bullock, Norwood Pritchette, Curtis Holleman, Richard Engle. 54 Miss Nannie Williams, Mrs. Blaine Lee, Mrs. Paul Smith, Mrs. Victor Capps, Mrs. B. B. Williams, Mrs. Nadie Guthrie, Mrs. Roy Bowling, Mrs. J. D. Jones. 55 DON HOLLOWAY Halfback MAX ASHWORTH Right Guard W. O. COUNCIL Coach SHERRILL JONES Halfback OYj ARTHUR 1 9 FOOTBALL FUQUAY 6 FUQUAY 18 FUQUAY 40 FUQUAY 12 FUQUAY 27 DURWOOD THOMAS Quarterback 56 OSCAR STEPHENSON Right End DONALD AVERETTE Halfback JIMMY WOOD Fullback 3 ECORD 6 RALEIGH 0 GARNER MILLBROOK 6 WENDELL 12 APEX CHARLES SMITH Left End ' mT „ BILL ROT ARTHUR TfiBBr WILLIAM STEPHENS Center BOBBY ROWLAND Left Guard iOY arthui EUGENE O ' CONNELL Halfback HOWARD CAYTON Assistant Coach MAYNARD SMITH Left Tackle MILTON RILEY Fullback SAM GARRISON Right Tackle 57 SQUAD First row: Durwood Thomas, Don Holloway, Maynard Smith, Max Ashworth, Captain; William Stephens, Bobby Rowland, Sam Garrison, Charles Smith, Eugene O ' Connell, Donald Averette. Second row: Donald Cotten, Manager; Arthur Ray Talley, May¬ nard Pearce, Billy Mize, Jerry Currin, Sherrill Jones, Frank Benton, Milton Riley, Garland Stuart, Bobby Davis. Third row: Kenneth Hair, Phillip Dickens, Oscar Stephenson, Wailes Blalock, Michael Kannan, Glenn Spivey, Larry Sherron, Van Dean. HOMECOMING QUEEN MISS JEAN TURNER CHEERLEADERS Linda Rhyne, Jo Ann Johnson, Martha Jones, Jean Turner, Eleanor Van Hook, Emitte Tutor, Barbara Adams, Ruth Burchette, Patricia Adams, Catherine Ann Council. Kneeling: Emilie Tilley, Mollie Ashworth, Jo Anna Johnson, Faye Rowland, Kay Dell Arnold, Mabel Cotten, Mary Lynn Aiken, Carolyn Smith, Sonja Averette, Polly Adams. Standing: Jean Wil¬ son, Betsy Gilbert, Phyllis Searcy, Betty Jean Baker, Priscilla Holloway, Mrs. W. O. Council, Coach; Betty Bruce Howard, Manager; Nancy Stephenson, Peggy Tingen, Nancy Keith, Faye Connor. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL RECORD FUQUAY SPRINGS 1953-1954 OPPONENTS 62 Moncure 40 51 Apex 68 85 Millbrook 59 62 Lafayette 61 45 Lafayette 50 48 Angier 43 66 Moncure 32 73 Louisburg College 60 65 Garner 64 64 Methodist Orphanage 45 56 Garner 75 Kneeling: Glenn Spivey, Charles Smith, Max Ashworth, Bobby Davis, John Midgette, Arthur Ray Talley. Standing: Mitchell Spivey, Larry Stephenson, Don Holloway, Jimmy Wood, Wailes Blalock, Oscar Stephenson, Roger Honeycutt, Sherrill Jones, Mr. W. O. Council, Coach. BOYS ' BASKETBALL RECORD 1953-1954 FUQUAY SPRINGS OPPONENTS 62 Moncure 48 50 Apex 40 55 Millbrook 48 30 Lafayette 36 38 Lafayette 34 50 Angier 51 67 Moncure 31 46 Louisburg College 56 57 , Garner 59 67 Methodist Orphanage 50 54 Garner 57 42 Cary 73 57 Apex 65 76 Millbrook 61 37 Cary 82 61 iililililililil I J. V. BASKETBALL Steve McCauley, William Clark, Bobby Wilson, Marshall Dean, Charles Page, Kenneth Hair, Van Dean. 1 953- 54 BASEBALL TEAM i 62 SEATED: Van Dean, William Clark. FIRST ROW: Mitchell Spivey, Arthur Ray Talley, Clinton Spivey, Bobby Davis, Mickey Smith, Buck Adcock. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Bowling, Gene Pleasant, Sherrill Jones, Marshall Currin, Maynard Pearce, Glenn Spivey. THIRD ROW: Mr. Howard Cayton, Coach; Henry Lawrence, Glenn Powell, Gene Godwin, Roger Honneycutt, Mr. W. O. Council, Coach. MONOGRAM CLUB The MONOGRAM CLUB of Fuquay Springs High School reorganized in the fall under the sponsorship of Mrs. W. O. Council, Mrs. Janie Kopp, and Mr. Howard Cayton. Members are required to participate in forty per cent of all football, basketball, or baseball games for two years. Cheerleaders cheer at seventy-five per cent of all basketball and football games for two years. During American Education Week the MONOGRAM CLUB entered two floats in the parade. On one float was a large Falcon, made by the members ' and players of all the sports and the cheerleaders. Jean Turner, the Homecoming Queen, rode on the other float. The Homecoming game between Cary and Fuquay was a success. All the football players ' mothers were invited as special guests and were presented corsages during the half-time activi¬ ties. A popcorn machine was purchased to make extra money at the games. Each year the club has a banquet for all the members. This year it was held on March 26. As usual, everyone enjoyed it immensely. First row: Oscar Stephenson, Don Holloway, President; Donald Cotten, William Stephens, Secretary; Maynard Pearce, Jimmy Wood, Jerry Currin, Charles Smith, Donald Averette. Second row: Bobby Rowland, Kenneth Hair, Bobby Davis, Phillip Dickens, Van Dean, Joann Parrish, Mary Lynn Aiken, Gypsy Williams, Jean Turner, Barbara Adams, Linda Rljyne, Larry Step¬ henson. Third row: Eleanor Van Hook, Garland Stuart, Michael Kannan, Eugene O ' Connell, Maynard Smith, Molly Ashworth, Joanna Johnson, Mabel Cotten, Patricia Adams, Carolyn Smith, Ruth Burchette, Glenn Spivey, Faye Rowland, Treasurer. Fourth row: Roger Honeycutt, Nancy Stephenson, Kay Delle Arnold, Martha Jones, Sherrill Jones, Joann Johnson, Arthur Ray Talley, Kay Adams, Frank Benton, Larry Sherron, Wailes Blalock, Mitchell Spivey, Sam Garrison, Milton Riley. 63 LHL r ■ ■Hri ft! J k fe Is : Wm 65 BH Best All Around JO ANN JOHNSON ROGER HONEYCUTT 66 Most Popular ANNETTE FLEMING DON HOLLOWAY 67 Most Athletic MABEL COTTEN MAX ASHWORTH 68 cwm Most Original MARTHA HARRIET JONES JIMMY WAGSTAFF 69 Most Intellectual MARY NELL BRADLEY JOHN MIDGETTE 70 Most Attractive KAY CURRIN CHARLES STEPHENSON f v■ ' V’- - V.-- 71 M i vi ; r t t w RALE IG H , N.C. When You Think of Smart Ladies ' Apparel, Think of DUNN ' S. I Will Take Particular Care and Pride in Serving My Hometown Friends. IDA MAE TALLEY DUNN We Carry a Large Selection of Millinery 73 PAUL ' S AUTO SUPPLY WHERE SERVICE BEGINS AUTOMATIC PARTS AND ACCESSORIES FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. 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