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

 - Class of 1955

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» ‘if-. ' 1 if " rn mm f -mm : ' : we, the senior class of fuquay springs high school, present • • r -t f 5 -£ ■ ' 1 " M C ' lfJ ti JPg T S r Jyj }y t ' ; 2 ; l) ■ :v ' f ' we will always remember... Oscar was ended with flaming memories Principal high school VIVIAN ELIZABETH BURTON A.B., B.L.I., M.A. University of Georgia Emerson College Northwestern University English East Carolina College Commercial, School Treasurer Atlantic Christian College Health and Physical Education Sponsor of Monogram Club Junior Varsity Coach East Carolina College Drivers Education Sponsor of Monogram Club FUQUAY SPRINGS CHAPTER MRS. E. N. FARNELL A.B. East Carolina College University of Tennessee Woman ' s College, University of North Carolina Science faculty PH . RS. JANIE STARLING KOPP B.S. East Carolina College Physical Education, English DONALD FARTHING A.B. King College University of North Carolina Mathematics FRANK MURRAY B.S. North Carolina State College Agriculture FRED L. HUNT B.S. North Carolina State College Agriculture, Adviser of F.F.A. MRS. MARY LANIER S. JARRETT A.B. Meredith College Home Ec., Adviser of F.H.A. ANNE NICHOLSON B.S. East Carolina College Commercial high school faculty LUCY PERKINSON A.B Meredith College English, French, Adviser of Beta Club, Sponsor of French Club BEN PERRY M.A. University of North Carolina Mathematics, Ffealth and Physical Education ELEANOR SOUTHERLAND A.B. Flora MacDonald College Mathematics, Librarian JESSIE PARKER THOMPSON A.B. East Carolina College Social Science Student Council Advisor THOMAS WARD A.B. Ohio University University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania North Carolina State College Chemistry and Physics NOT PICTURED MRS. FLETCHER McLANE A.B. University of North Carolina Health and Physical Education English elementary faculty FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Georgia May Adams, Seventh; Mrs. Ruby Arnold, Seventh Elizabeth Scott Carroll, First; Audrey Jones Cayton, First; Cenith Elmore, Piano and Junior Glee Club. SECOND ROW: Doris McMillian Faires, First; Lucile Haddock, Eighth; Helen Edwards Holland, Fifth; Myrtle S. Hopson, Fifth; Alice Langston, Seventh. THIRD ROW: Katie Honeycutt Ragan, Sixth; Kate Johnson Russum, Third; Azzie W. Sexton, Fourth; Louise Stephens, Fourth; Cathrine Johnson Tutor, Sixth. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Prince Wagstaff, Second; Lola Tunnell Watson, Second; Nancy Cook Welfare, Second; Dorotha R. Wells, Sixth; Katherine Wood Brigman, Third. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Grace Yancy, Third; Sarah Luncinda Aiken, Piano; Martha Stewart Weaver, Special Education. d fuquay springs school board t MR. WOODROW JOHNSON MRS. J. Q. ADAMS MR. HAROLD PARKER DR. A. G. CRUMPLER MR. S. T. PROCTOR senior class officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Keith, Secretary; Doris Ragland, President; Nancy Stephenson, Vice- President,- Bobby Davis, Treasurer. seniors of 1955 KAY JACQULYNN ADAMS F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; F.H.A. National Convention 2; Beta Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Monogram Club 2; Latin Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 3; Treasurer 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4 ; Bible Club 1; F.T.A. Representative to N. E. A. 3; Junior Play; Senior Play. PATRICIA ANNE ADAMS F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Bible Club 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 ; Marshol 3; Girls ' State 3; Student Council 4 ; Secretary 4 ; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Camp 3; Beta Club 3,4; Teen Fashion Board for McCall ' s Magazine; Attendant of Ho mecoming Queen; Senior Play; Super¬ lative (Most Attractive). KAY DELLE ARNOLD jl F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; F.H.A. Camp 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 3; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4 ; Student Council 3 ; Representative 3; Bible Club 1; Glee Club 2,3,4 ; Marshal 3 ; French Club 3,4 ; Editorial Staff of GREENBRIAR 3; Advertising Staff of ’ GREENBRIAR 4 ; F.T.A. Club 4; Senior Play. BETTY CALLIS ASHWORTH F.H.A. 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; Bible Club 1. JAMES DONALD AVERETTE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Monogram Club 2,3,4 ; Best Shop Work Award 2,3; Vice- President of Junior Class 3; Football 2,3,4; Captain 4 ; Glee Club 3,4; Superlative (Most Attractive). ROBERT BREEN BARBOUR F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. EDNA MARIE BECKWITH F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 2 ; Office Clerk 3 ; Bible Club 1. WHITSON LeGRANE BENTON, JR. F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Band 2,3,4. seniors LEONIDAS JUDD BETTS, JR. Latin Club 1,2; President 1; Music 1; French Club 3,4 ; Beta Club 3,4; President 4; Wake County Beta Ciub Council 4; Future Teachers 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; Junior Play 3; Election Board 4 ; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR 4, Chief Marshal 3; first place winner of State Science Fair; Superlative (Most Intellectual). WAILES JOSHUA BLALOCK, JR. Beta Club 3,4 ; Monogram 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers Club 4 ; Baseball 1,3,4; Basketball 3; French Club 3; F.H.A. 1; Football 3,4; Bible Club 1; Junior Play 3; Variety Show 3. CAROLYN MURIEL BRADLEY F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4 ; Beta Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; Bible Club 1; Piano 1; Junior Play. MALISA BURCH F.H.A. 1,2,3; Songleader 2; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; President 4; Bible Club 1; Beta Club 3,4; Band 2,3; Latin Club 1; Bus Driver 4 ; Student Council 1; Advertising Staff 4, Office Clerk 2,3,4; Librarian 2. ANNE HELEN BYRD Glee Club 3,4 ; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4 ; Variety Show 1; Bible Club 1; French Club 3,4 ; Latin Club 1,2; Piano 1,2; Piano Medal 1; F.H.A. Reporter,- Junior Play,- Student Council 4 ; Office Clerk 2; School Pianist 3,4. ROBERT WESLIE CARTER F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 ; President 4 ; Bond 1,2,3,4 ; Junior Play 3; School Bus Driver 3,4; Superlative (Most Original). BARBARA JEAN COATS F.H.A. 1,2,3; Bible Club 1; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Latin Club 1,2; Secretary 2 ; Office Clerk 3,4 ; Beta Club 3,4; Treasurer 4 ; Junior Play 3; Dramatics Club 3; Senior Play. BOBBY EDWARD DAVIS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Beta Club 3;4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4 ; Monogram Club 3,4 ; Vice-President 4 ; Senior Class Treasurer,- Superla¬ tive (Most Athletic). i )f 1955 JAMES EARL DEAN F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. JERRY KENNETH DEAN Junior Play; Senior Play. MARSHEL RAY DEAN F.A. 1,2,3,4; Secretary 3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Representative to Student louncil 4 ; Student Council Treasurer 4 ; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR 4 ; basketball 3,4, Superlative (Best All Around). CLYDE PHILLIP DICKENS ■-F.A. 1,2,3,4 ; F.F.A. Camp 3; French Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3,4 ; vlonogram Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4. ALMA SUE FUQUAY F.H.A. 1; Music 4. FRED DUPREE JAMES LAMBERT FARABOW Glee Club 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. SHERRELL GENE HUMPHRIES Bus Driver 4. seniors BOBBY GENE JEFFRIES F.F.A. 4 ; Glee Club 2. HAROLD WESTON JOHNSON Band 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Junior Play 3; Beta Club 3,4; F.T.A. 4 Bible Club 1; School Safety Patrol 1; Marshal 3; Senior Play. JOANNA JOHNSON p H.A, 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 2 ; Reporter 4; F.H.A. County Parliamentarian 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Vice-President 3; Beta Club 3,4- Junior Play; Marshal 3; Student Council Representative 1,3; Band 1,2; Freshman Editor of GREENBRIAR 1; Co-Advertising Manager of GREENBRIAR 4 , Librarian 2; Senior Play. Superlative (Most Intellectual). LYNDIA FLORENCE JOHNSON Latin Club 1; Librarian 2; F.H.A. 2.3,4; F.H.A. Camp 2; French Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Senior Play. CALVIN BRYANT JONES F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Vice-President 3,4 ; Football Manager; Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. Convention 2; Public Speaking 3; Activity School Bus Driver 4. LINDA ANNE KEITH F.H.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 4; Latin 1; Bible Club 1; Beta Club 3,4; Class Secretary 4; Office Clerk 2,3,4. JACQUELINE MILLS LANE F.H.A. 1,2,3; Camp 2; F.T.A. 3; Office Clerk 2,3; School Store Clerk 2; Bible Club 1. MATTIE CENORA LEE Bible Club 1 ; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Glee Club 2,3,4; Librarian 1 ; F.T.A. 4 ; Junior Play 3; Senior Play. of 1955 DONALD GREY LLOYD Junior Class Treasurer 3; Beta Club 3,4; Glee Club 3,4. REBECCA TRUELOVE McLEOD i F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Vice-President 3, President 4 ; Sophomore Class Secretary; | Beta Club 3,4; Bible Club 1 ; Glee Club 2; Junior Play; Attendant of Homecoming Queen. AARON SHELTON OLIVE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Camp 1,2,3,4 ; Beta Club 3,4; Marshal 3. JO ANN PARRISH Bible Club 1, F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Camp 2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Glee Club I 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3; Office Clerk 3. MAYNARD WESLEY PEARCE Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,4; Football 3,4. LORETTA FAYE POPE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Music 1,2,3; Bible Club 1. MARTHA FLEMING POWELL Bible Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Junior Play 3; F.T.A. 1,2; F.H.A. Secretary; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR 4; Superlative (Best All Around). PATRICIA DALE POWELL F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Freshman Treasurer; Beta Club 3,4; Office Clerk 3,4; Bible Club 1; Junior Play 3; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR 4; Librarian 4; Homecoming Queen. seniors JENNIE BYRD PROCTOR Freshman Secretary 1; Student Council Representative 2; President of Junior Class; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Program Chairman 2; F T.A. 2, Beta Club 3,4 ; Glee Club 2,3; Junior Play 3; Girl ' s State 3; Advertising Staff of GREEN- BRIAR 3,4; Student Council Representative 2,4 ; Cheerleader 1,2; Monogrom Club 1,2,3,4; Majorette 3,4 ; French Club 3,4 ; Office 2, World Peoce Contest 4. JIMMIE CREECH PROCTOR Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2.3,4 ; President 4, Vice-President of Woke County Association of Student Council 4 ; Administrative Board 3,4 ; Debating Team 2; Dance Band 4 ; French Club 3,4 ; Beta Club 3,4, Junior Play 3; Marshal 3; Treasurer of Woke County Association of Student Council 3; World Peace Contest; Senior Play. i DORIS MARIE RAGLAND F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Beta Club 3,4 ; Treasurer of Sophomore Class,- Secretary of Junior Class; President of Senior Class,- Safety Program 3; Bible Club 1; Office Clerk 4 ; Business Manager of Junior Play; Advertising Staff of An¬ nual 4. GORDON NELSON REUSCHLING, JR. Green Pastures Contest 1 ; Glee Club 2,3,4 ; Debating Team 2, Sophomore Editor of the GREENBRIAR; Beta Club 3,4 ; Vice-President 3; Representative on the Wake County Beta Club Council 3; Latin Club 3; Business Man¬ ager of the GREENBRIAR 4 ; President of Latin Club 4, School Audio-visual Aid Operator l,2,3,4 ; World Peace Contest Winner 4, Senior Play. WILBUR HARRIS RHODES, JR. F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Beta Club 3; F.F.A. Camp 1; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4 ; F.F.A. Treasurer 4. MILTON THOMAS RILEY, JR. Football 1,2,3,4 ; Basketball 1 ; Monogram Club 2,3,4 ; F.F.A. 2,3; Beta Club 3,4. LECTOR ROGERS SYLVIA FAYE ROWLAND Basketball 1,2,3,4; Captain 4 ; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 3,4 ; French Club 3 ; Typing Staff of Annual 4 ; Marshal 3 ; Attendant of Homecoming Queen 4; Superlative (Most Athletic). of 1955 MAYBELLE SEARCY F.H.A. 1,2; Vice-President of Sophomore Class 2; Basketball 2,3. DAISY JEAN SHERRON f [ F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Secretary 3; F.H.A. Camp 1,3; Glee Club 2,3,4 ; Basketball ! Manager 2; Junior Play Usher. i CHARLES WESLEY SMITH FF.A. 1,2,3; Treasurer 2; Football 1,2,3,4 ; Basketball 1,2,3, Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; President 4; Band 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,4; Parliamentary Procedure Contest 2 : Public Speaking 1 ; Bus Driver 4 ; F.F.A, Camp 2 ; Dramatics 3; Stage Manager of Junior Play; Senior Ploy. GLENN DAVID SPIVEY Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Reporter 4; Football 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4. NORA LEE STEPHENS Glee Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Songleader 2; Beta Club 3. ZORAH JEAN STEPHENSON F.H.A. 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Treasurer 2, Beta Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Secretary 4 ; Office Clerk 2,3,4 ; Bible Club 1. LARRY ADAMS STEPHENSON Freshman Vice-President; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Camp 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Bus Driver 4. Senior Play. LENA MAY STEPHENSON French Club 1,2; F.T.A. Club 1,2,3,4 ; F.H.A. Club 1,2,3,4; Bible Club 1. Senior Play. seniors NANCY DEBORAH STEPHENSON F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Songleader 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogrom Club 2,3,4; Senior Class Vice-President; French Club 3,4 : Sophomore Vice-President; Basketball 2,3,4; F.H.A. Songleader 3; Bond 3; Glee Club 2,3,4. Bible Club 1; High School Songleader 4, Co-Advertising Manager GREENBRIAR 4, Student Council 4, Attendant of Homecoming Queen 4; Senior Ploy; Superlotive OSCAR POWE STEPHENSON F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Camp 2; Football 1,2,3,4 ; Co-Captain 4 ; Baseball 1; Mon¬ ogram Club 1,2,3,4; Representative 4 ; French Club 3; President of Sopho¬ more Class; Band 1,2,3,4 ; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR; Student Coun¬ cil 4; Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Superlative (Most Popular). ELEANOR NELL VAN HOOK F.H.A. 2,3,4; Camp 3 ; Glee Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3; French Club 3.4; Beta Club 3,4 ; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Assistant Editor of GREENBRIAR 3 ; Editor of GREENBRIAR 4; Senior Play. VIRGINIA CAROLYN WEAVER French Club 3,4 ; Vice-President, Program Chairman 4; Beta Club 3,4; Junior Play 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Bible Club 1; Senior Editor GREENBRIAR 4; Variety Show 4 ; Student Director of Senior Play. DANIEL THOMPSON TALLEY F.T.A. 3,4; Student Council 4. MOLLIE REID TILLEY Bible Club 1, Glee Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Secretary 3; Latin Club 3; Band 1; Office Clerk 1; Usher for Junior Play 3; Scorekeeper for Girls Ball Team 2,3. VIRGINIA WADE WEDDINGS Latin Club 1; Bible Club 1; Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Scenery Designer for Junior Play. GYPSY ANN WILLIAMS F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 ; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Advertising Staff of GREENBRIAR 3,4; French Club 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Basketball 1,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Band 3,4 ; Majorette 3,4; Glee Club 2; Junior Play 3; Office Cl rk 2 , Bible Club 1; Librarian 4 ; Superlative (Most Popular). of 1955 BOBBY JACKSON WILSON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Bus Driver Substitute 4; School Store 3,4. A LICE MARIE WILSON Glee Club 2 ; Beta Club 3,4 ; Dramatics Club 3 ; Secretary 3; F.H.A. 1,2; Junior Play 3. JIMMY RAY WOOD Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; F.T.A. 3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. Senior Play. NOT PICTURED SHERWOOD DURWOOD ASHWORTH MASCOTS BETTY RUTH SMITH t, WADE PIERCE our history It ' s hard to remember that just four short years ago the members of the class of 1955 were freshmen—green and very much confused in all the excitement of being in high school. Every member of our class had problems but they were soon overcome. Milton Riley, Phillip Dickens, Jimmy Wood, Oscar Stephenson, and Charles Smith made the football team that year. We also had Faye Rowland, Kay Delle Arnold, Kay Adams, Gypsy Williams, Joanna Johnson, Nancy Stephenson, Oscar Stephenson, and Jimmy Wood rep¬ resenting our class on the basketball court. By the time we were sophomores, we felt that we were really a part of the school. As freshmen we felt like underdogs and outcasts, but by this time our place in school society had risen considerably. Our class again contributed valuable players to the school athletic activities. The summer passed quickly between the sophomore and junior years. When we returned to school after our vacations, everyone ' s head was in the clouds—we at last had achieved the exalted position of juniors. Jennie Proctor was elected as our class president. One of the highlights of that year was the selection of the Beta Club members. Over thirty in our class sported Beta pins. The most important money-making project that year was a chicken supper. Everyone really enjoyed the preparations for it—including the potato peeling. Our play, " June Mad, " was a great success. Miss Vivian Burton was our producer and Kay Adams our director. Robert Carter and Jennie Proctor played the leads. In the spring that most important of all occasions arrived—the Junior-Senior Banquet. We had the " Old South " as our theme. We worked terribly hard to make it a success. Before we knew it we were seniors. It was hard to believe, but we all soon began to feel our superiority over the lower-classmen. Our cherished class rings finally came. Every senior seemed hand conscious for a few days but we became used to our new treasure. There were those important days when we ordered our invitations and when we were measured for our caps and gowns. It was a strangely wonderful feeling to know that we ' d soon be graduating. Donald Averette, Bobby Davis, Oscar Stephenson, Charles Smith, Wailes Blalock were stars on the football field. Patricia Powell was our beautiful home¬ coming queen. The home-coming game was thrilling, especially since Fuquay won the game. Patricia Adams, our head cheerleader, and Eleanor Van Hook kept our spirits high. Our basketball players included Glenn Spivey, Bobby Davis, Larry Stephenson, Oscar Stephenson, Kay Delle Arnold, Nancy Stephenson, and Faye Rowland. Doris Ragland, Nancy Stephenson, Linda Keith, and Bobby Davis were our class officers. Jimmie Proctor the student-council president, was in charge of the programs in chapel each Friday morning. We never realized that four years could go so fast. In the twinkle of an eye we were finishing high school. Leaving high school is very sad to us, but we shall find cheer and comfort in the memories of our happy high school careers, and in the friendships we have cultivated. We shall always remember Fuquay High, and there will be a tender spot in our hearts for this our beloved ALMA MATER. LEONIDAS BETTS, Class Historian Paris, France, May 20, 1965 class prophecy Dear Mr. Farnell, Time surely does fly! It doesn ' t seem long since our class was back in high school cutting up. I’m sure you remember some of the boys, don ' t you? I thought you might like to know what has happened to the class of 1955. Gay Paree couldn ' t keep Carolyn Bradley and me away, so here we are, hobnobbing with the French and trying our " Parlez-vous . . Miss Perkinson would be proud to know that we can ask for a glass of water in French! We are certainly enjoying teach¬ ing here in the French schools, too. Last week I ran into Kay Arnold and Edna Beck¬ with, aspiring artists, who are painting down in the Montmartre section. The entertainment here in Paris is just tres bon! Im¬ agine my surprise when I walked into the Moulin Rouge and saw Jimmie Proctor with a red beret cocked on his head, acting as master of ceremonies! Dan Talley is a hard-working waiter there (so he says) but I im¬ agine he enjoys the can-can girls!! We were very fortunate to catch Anne Helen Byrd ' s piano concert while she was on her European tour. The French really raved about her! Jennie Proctor called me up the other day to let me know that she had worked her way up to the front line at the Sadlers Wells Ballet. I know everyone at home will be glad to hear of her success. Speaking of home, the whole Paris gang looks for¬ ward to getting the old hometown newspaper, DE¬ PENDENT, every week. Larry Stephenson is making a wonderful editor, don t you think? I’m still surprised to hear that Lawyer James Wood finally got the State to raise the Five Points railroad bridge so Oscar Ste¬ phenson couid drive his convertible under it without knocking his hat off. That was some case! Jimmy could always argue the horns off a billy goat, though. Mr. Farnell, I was really glad to hear that Fuquay fi¬ nally got a new junior high! Eleanor Van Hook will prove to be good principal, and with Linda Keith as her secretary, she should be able to keep everything under control. I just can ' t imagine Lena Stephenson teaching French to those struggling students, though! Les Pauvres! As Carolyn and I were strolling by the Seine the other day, whom should we see but Aaron Olive and Sherwood Ashworth, just fishing! Several Frenchmen were giving them instructions which I ' m sure they didn ' t understand. We ate lunch that day at a wonderful new side¬ walk cafe. Monsieur Donald Averefte is the owner ano he is, really fooling the Parisians with his " cuisine fran- cais. Martha Powell, who is the hostess for the cafe, came over and talked to us. Mme. Malisa Burch is running on exclusive perfume shop which caters only to the rich countesses in Paris. Loretta Pope has a little chocolate candy shop next door to Malisia s, where she eats more than she sells! Bon Bons, anyone? Carolyn and I couldn ' t wait to see the spring fashion showings, so we were lucky enough to see Mme. Pa¬ trice s. (Pat Adams) early collection being photographed near the Eiffel Tower. Chief photographer Maynard Pearce was taking pictures of Nancy Stephenson and Mollie Tilley, successful models. You ought to hear ole Nancy speaking French! Guess what! Bryant Jones and Bobby Wilson won the cross-country bicycle race this year! You should have seen those guys go! Speaking of speed, we often see Donald Lloyd, wealthy continental playboy, flitting around in his Ja¬ guar! He ' s so rich that he even has a private nurse and manicurist, who is none other than Kay Adams. At least someone in our class made enough money to retire! Wailes Blalock and Philip Dickens are also racing enthusiasts, and they often hold drag races between stop lights on the Rue de la Paix! The French gas station operators are being run out of business by Jerry Dean, who is now selling a special perfumed gas for fifteen cents a gallon! M. Dean ' s assistants are Earl Dean, Fred Dupree, and Gene Humphries. Dr. Nelson Reuschling, allergy specialist, has opened his European office here in Paris. He has Carolyn Wea¬ ver and Gypsy Williams as his lab technicians. Ooh, la, la! Maybelle Searcy is his efficient receptionist. Dr. Leonidas Betts, now a famous European archaeol- ogst, is still digging holes, trying to make headlines by finding a new route to China. Pat Powell got tired of working behind a desk, so she goes along with Leo to carry his shovels. I think they call her his " aide-de¬ cramp, " or something. Harold Johnson is making a grand ambassador from the U. S., and Faye Rowland is helping out as his public relations advisor. Several Fuquay boys are stationed here, also. Ser¬ geant Bobby Davis has W. H. Rhodes, Jimmy Farabow, and Marshel Dean under his command. You would really enjoy seeing how Bobby keeps them in line! A group of us got together the other night and were listening to our short-wave radio. We heard Robert Carter, W. L. Benton, and Glenn Spivey’s program, " Needmore Country Style. " The idea for the program originated back in high school, remember? They had Jo Ann Parrish and Nora Stephens as their guest singers that night. We also saw the Fuquay Playmakers on the Trans-At¬ lantic TV. Producer Charles Smith presented Marie Wil¬ son and Barbara Coats in a very amusing play. Miss Thompson wrote me that Lydia Johnson had finally ended her misery by opening a roadside fruit stand down in Florida. Mattie Lee went along to help her and to view the " scenery " also. She also mentioned that Betty Ashworth, Virginia Weddings, Jackie Lane, Rebecca McLeod, and Lector Rogers have all become hard-working homemakers. Home Economics classes really paid off it seems. I was also interested to hear about Doris Ragland becoming the manager of the Trailways Bus Company. How about that! Since so many Fuquay people are here in Paris, Mil- ton Riley runs a special airline just for us. He has hired Bobby Barbour as top pilot, with Jean Sherron and Jean Stephenson as stewardesses. We are able to fly home quite often since the airline started. Well, I just wanted to let you know where we all are. Everything here in Paris is magnifique! Don ' t for¬ get us (as if you could). Au revoir, JOANNA JOHNSON, Class Prophet 1, Little Black Sambo,- 2, ‘‘Good Ol ' Mountain Dew " ; 3, What ' cha got. Mack?; 4, 1954 Football Bench Socieiy; 5, On a certain Friday night; 6, Skiing, Donald?” 7, On Top ot Mt. Craggy,- 8, I ' m a Lonesome Polecat; 9, I don ' t have much to say, but we ' ll do our very best. 7 CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenneth Talley, President; Emilie Tilley, Treasurer; Shelby Davis, Secretary,- Jerry Oliver, Vice- President DOROTHY ADCOCK MARY LYNN AIKEN junior SONJA AVERETTE BETTY JEAN BAKER DAVID LEE BAKER p ‘.tr-v GENE BARBEE MOLLIE ASHWORTH FRANK BENTON ANN BLALOCK BETTY BUFFALOE JOHN MACK CALLIS JEAN CAMPBELL SALLY CARDEN ZELDA CATES JIMMY CAVINESS DAN CHAPPELL ALBERTA CLAYTON BOYD COLLIER BETTY SUE KATIE CRABTREE CRABTREE RALPH HARRIET CRABTREE DAVIS SHELBY DAVIS BOBBY DEAN SHIRLEY DENTON ANNETTE EATMAN MARIE FARMER WAVERLY VIRGINIA PHILLIP CAROLYN JIMMY FITZHUGH GRIFFIS HARVELL HILLIARD HOLLEMAN PRISCILLA BOBBY HOLLOWAY JONES SHERRILL JONES NANCY KEITH JACKIE LANGDON THOMAS McGEE junior CELIA BILLY ALEN MIDGETTE MIZE McLEAN PEGGY MYATT TREVA OGBURN JERRY OLIVER JANET OVERBY MARGARET PAGE PEGGY PASSMORE PEGGY POWELL I JUANITA LINDA REVELS RHYNE ANNETTE ROUNDY KATHRYN ROWLAND MARY ELLEN ROWLAND CHARLES SAULS JIMMY SEARS HUBERT SHEARON MARIE SHERIAN CAROLYN SMITH MITCHELL SPIVEY ARTHUR RAY TALLEY KENNETH EMILIE TILLEY TALLEY BILLY RAY YEARGIN MILLIARD WILLIAMS NATHAN WOODLIEF RUDOLPH WALTERS NOT PICTURED.- JAMES DORIS JEAN BYRD JONES WILSON DOROTHY ADAMS POLLY ADAMS LEFT TO RIGHT: Polly Adams, Vice-President; Patricia Matthews, Treasurer; Carolyn Beck, President; Betty Ann Hackney, Secretary RACHEL DONALD BILLY BARBOUR BROADWELL BROWN JANET BULLOCK JANE GENE VIRGINIA BYRD CHAMBER CHAMPION LOUISE CRAIG WILLIAM CLARK VANN DEAN DOROTHY DONES WILLIAM DUPREE CHARLIE CLARK FAYE CONNOR JOHNNY ELLIOT BETSY GILBERT AMELIA BETTY ANN KENNETH GRIFFEN HACKNEY HAIRE DONALD HARVELL LIBBY HOLLAND BENNY MARTHA HONEYCUTT HONEYCUTT BETTY BRUCE HOWARD DORIS HUNT BETTY RAY JUDY JOHNSON JONES WALLACE MABEL MICHAEL PHYLLIS JONES JORDAN KANNON KELLY JUANITA NORMAN EVELYN JACQUELYN DAVID PATRICIA KEITH LANE LEE LEINGANG LIPSCOMB MATTHEWS STEVE PHILLIP McCauley mills COZIE LEE MARY ELLEN ROSS McLEAN MOORE OLIVER CHARLES PAGE DEVON PARRISH JERRY POLLARD BEVERLY PORTER KAREN PRINCE sophomore i BOBBY RANSDALE PATRICIA SMITH HATTIE roY REARDON RICHTER RAY ROGERS PHYLLIS LARRY SEARCY SHEARON BILLY RAY SMITH A. W. DONNY GEORGE BECKY GARLAND STANCIL STEPHENS STEPHENSON STEPHENSON STUART PERCY STUART T EVELYN EUGENE PEGGY EMITTE LINDA THOMPSON TALTON TINGEN TUTOR VEASEY lass MIKE EMILY RUTH BETTY JEAN BUCK WILLIAMS WIMBERLY WOMBLE WOOD WOOD NOT PICTURED: DONALD BUFFALO BILLY DARK BILL HUBER SHIRLEY STEPHENSON EMILY WOOD MARGARET SHIRLEY ANNE DOTTIE WOOD YATES YEAMANS YEAMANS CLASS OFFICERS NELIA ADAMS BARBARA ASHWORTH BOBBY ARRINGTON JIMMY ASHWORTH Freddie Engle, President; Bertha Sue Tunstall, Vice- President,- Polly Woodward, Secretary ,- Marie Thomas, Treasurer freshman MILDRED CHARLES PEGGY FANNIE LARRY WALLACE AYSCUE BAKER BAKER BARBOUR BARBOUR BARBOUR LARRY NORWOOD FAYE HORACE KENNETH DELORIS BENNETT BETTS BLALOCK BOWLING BRADLEY BROWN PEGGY CELESTE DONALD DANNY NINA LOU HELEN BROWN BULLOCK BULLOCK BULLOCK CALLIS CAMPBELL SARAH JEAN CANNADY CAPPS BETSY CARDEN BANKS LEONARD PHILLIP CLARK CLAYTON CLOER JACKIE COATES DURWOOD COOK VERA JEAN CORBETT BONNIE CURRIN WILLARD CURRIN BOBBY DEAN FAYE JIMMY KAY MARIE FREDDIE MARTHA DENNIS DICKENS DONES DUPREE ENGLE FUQUAY MARTHA BILLY A. G. AMOS DAVID GILBERT GRAY HARE HILLARD HOLLAND JERRY WILMA PEGGY KENNETH EMILY JIMMIE HONEYCUTT HOWARD JACKSON JOHNSON JONES JONES MARIE OSCAR PATRICIA SHIRLEY WARREN JONES JONES JONES JONES JONES PHILLIP BEN MAYNARD BOB GEORGE KANNON KEITH KEITH LEINGANG LYMAN freshman PARTHENIA BARBARA ELLEN WALLACE JEAN RAVONE LYMAM McCULLOCK McGEE McGEE MILLS McLEOD JANIE LUTHER PATSY ELLIS JOYCE PATSY MOORE OLIVER PAGE POWELL PRINCE PRUITT EDDIE MYRTLE FAYE LUCY MARTHA COY RAGAN RAGLAND RHODES RILEY RILEY ROGERS KENNETH ROWLAND LARRY ROWLAND LARRY ROWLAND BETTY PHYLLIS SANDY SHERMAN GLORIA PATSY SHERRON SHERRON FRED BOBBIE LOU PATSY SMITH SPIVEY SPIVEY SAM STEPHENS CONNIE SHEPHENSON EDGAR STEPHENSON LAWRENCE STEPHENSON PATSY THOMAS BOBBY THOMAS MARIE THOMAS WILLIAM STINSON PEGGY TEMPLE WAYNE TINGEN BERTA TUNSTALL FAYE TUNSTALL TOM TYNDALL JIMMY WALKER TOMMY SADIE ESTELLE POLLY WILKINS WILSON WOODLIEF WOODWARD NOT PICTURED: WILMER BLALOCK JEANETTE CENTER HELEN EVANS BOB FARABOW JIMMY GRANTHAM ELLA SUE IVEY BETTY ROBERTS BOBBY STUART »g|ucpw ; 1 s 5 5 ELEANOR VAN HOOK Editor ANNE NICHOLSON Advisor Eleanor Van Hook Editor Linda Rhyne Assistant Editor Nelson Reuschling Business Manager Nancy Stephenson, Joanna Johnson, Co-Advertising Managers Jimmy Wood Sports Editor Patricia Adams Club Editor Carolyn Weaver Senior Editor Ralph Crabtree Junior Editor Peggy Tingen Sophomore Editor Bobbie Lou Spivey Freshman Editor Anne Nicholson Advisor editorial staff Nelson Reuschling, Joanna Johnson, Patricia Adams, Anne Nicholson, Jimmy Wood, Elea¬ nor Van Hook, Carolyn Weaver, Linda Rhyne, Bobbie Lou Spivey, Nancy Stephenson. advertising staff SEATED: Martha Powell, Gypsy Williams, Joanna Johnson, Nancy Stephenson, Oscar Stephenson, Patricia Powell. FIRST ROW—Standing: Emilie Tilley, Dorothy Adcock, Carolyn Smith, Kathryn Rowland, Jennie Proctor, Mollie Ashworth, Leonidas Betts, Doris Ragland, Jerry Oliver. SECOND ROW—Standing: Priscilla Holloway, Kenneth Talley, Marshel Dean, Harriet Davis, Kay Delle Arnold, W. L. Benton. student council One of the first and most successful of the Fuquay Springs Student Council projects of the year was the Better School Spirit Week. Soon alter B. S. S. Week, the Student Council sponsored pep rallies and parades for advacting the school spirit. The Student Council took over the management of the school store, and out of the profits provided for the salary of the school secretary. We also organized committees to help with the running of the store and various other school projects. One of these committees spent much time and effort organ¬ izing and drawing up the assembly program lor 1954-1955. During the football season the Council planned and sponsored home game dances. They also sponsored a Christmas and Valentine party and dance for the student body. Throughout the year the Student Council presented educational and entertaining programs to the school, such as the Sauline Players, and the Southeastern School Assembly Programs. Besides doing the above accomplishments the Student Council was very active in the County Association work. We attended all meetings, study courses, and banquets. The Fuquay Chapter was represented to the Association by Jimmie Proctor, who was elected vice-president. The Student Council plans to sponsor Orentation Day in the spring for the eighth grades. It har, been very successful in the post years. MISS JESSIE PARKER THOMPSON JIMMIE PROCTOR President Advisor TOP ROW: Nancy Keith, Vice-President; Patricia Adams, Secretary,- Marshal Dean, Treas¬ urer,- Oscar Stephenson, Sergeant-at-Arms. SECOND ROW: Gypsy Williams, Dan Talley, Mollie Ashworth, Priscilla Holloway. THIRD ROW: Jennie Proctor, Anne Yeamans, Dottie Yeamans, Peggy Baker. LEFT TO RIGHT: Joanna Johnson, Jimmie Proctor, Kay Delle Arnold, Aaron Olive, Leonidas Betts, Chief; Larry Stephenson, Faye Rowland, Harold Johnson, Patricia Adams. JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL Tilly Adams, President ; Charlotte Holland, Vice-President,- Sarah Donet, Secretary-Treasurer,- Wesley Cotton, Stage Manager; Nancy Stuart, Patsy Stephens, Ellen Gale Fish, Dianne Prince, Jennings Jarrett, Kathy Brooks. DANCE BAND FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Mr. Edward Benson, Director,- W. L. Benton, Warren Jones, Hubert Sherron, Jimmy Ashworth, William Clark. SECOND ROW: Donald Bullock, Robert Carter, Larry Bennett, Donald Broadwell, Charles Smith, Bobby Fleming. THIRD ROW: Bobby Thomas, Jimmie Proc¬ tor. to Right: Martha Atkins, Danny Butch, Polly Jimmy Dickens, Bobby Thomas, Millard Williams, Daniels, Judy Crumpler. SECOND ROW: Wayne Drum Major ; A G. Haire, Chorles Smith, Bobby Newtie Prince, Ellis Powell, Donald Broadwell, Curtis n, Mr. Ed Benson, Director. THIRD ROW: Jerry Oliver, Johnnie Elliott, Donald Harvell, Carolyn Smith, Nancy Keith, Polly Adams, Jackie Coats. FOURTH ROW: Richard Engle, Hubert Sherron, Jimmy Ashworth, Nelia Adams, William Clark, W. L. Benton, Robert Carter, Bruce Lyles. FIFTH ROW: Al JoFmson, Donald Bullock, Kitty Johnson, Bertha Tunstall, Jerry Honeycutt, Harold Johnson,®sKJwrence Stephenson. SIXTH ROW: Freddie Engle, Hugh Buchanan, Jimmie Proctor, War¬ ren Jones, Kenneth Talley, Larry Bennett, Buddy Lester. SEVENTH ROW: Kenneth Rowland, Banks Clark, Bob Fara- bow, Oscar Stephenson, Bobby Dean, Kay Adams, Douglas Johnson. MAJORETTES LEFT TO RIGHT: Marie Sherian, Carolyn Beck, Dorothy Adcock, Gypsy Williams, Jennie Proc¬ tor. BETA CLUB Kathryn Rowland, Secretary; Leonidas Betts, President; Pa¬ tricia Adams, Representative to Student Council. FIRST ROW —Left to Right: Malisia Butch, Jean Stephenson, Dorothy Adcock, Celia Midgette, Annette Roundy, Sally Carden, Mary Lynn Aiken, Nancy Keith, Eleanor Van Hook, Carolyn Weaver, JoAnna Johnson, Lydia Johnson, Kay Adams, Jo Ann Parrish, Carolyn Bradley, Pat Powell. SECOND ROW; Betty Ashworth, Peggy Powell, Janet Bradford, Harriet Davis, Katie Crabtree, Rebecca McLeod, Margaret Page, Faye Rowland, Alberta Clayton, Kay Arnold, Peggy Myatt, Shelby Davis, Linda Rhyne, Priscilla Holloway, Emilie Tilley, Caro¬ lyn Smith, Jehnie Proctor, Donald Lloyd, Bobby Davis, Aaron Olive, Lector Rogers. THIRD ROW: Betty BuFfalo, Doris Rag¬ land, Miss Lucy Perkinson, Advisor; Harold Johnson, Jimmy Sears, Larry Stephenson, Boyd Collier, Nelson Reuschling, Glenn Spivey, Mitchell Spivey, Charles Sauls, Wailes Bla¬ lock, Milton Riley, Hubert Sherron, Jimmie Proctor, W. L. Benton. LATIN CLUB FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Nelson Reuschling, Dot- tie Yeomans. SECOND ROW: Mary Lynn Aiken, Alberta Clayton, Katie Crabtree, Anne Yeamans. THIRD ROW: Eve¬ lyn Lee, Betty Buffalo, Michael Kannon, Kenneth Talley, Linda Rhyne, Mrs. Lucille Haddock, Advisor. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FRONT ROW: Malisia Burch, Betty Bruce Howard, Karen Prince, Linda Veasey, Betsy Gilbert, Gypsy Williams, Pat Matthews, Polly Adams, Kathryn Rowland. SECOND ROW: Jean Stephenson, Faye Blalock, Peggy Passmore, Vera Jean Corbett, Mattie Lee, Sylvia Mills, Patsy Pruitt, Waverly Fitzhugh, Eleanor Walters, Donald Averette, Lena Stephen¬ son, Frank Benton, Mollie Tilley. THIRD ROW: Sallie Car¬ den, Jean Capps, Emilie Tilley, Mayn ard Pierce, Priscilla Holloway, Leonidas Betts, Phillip Dickens, Wailes Blalock, Larry Stephenson, William Clark. 1 1 1 ’••j ■ El FRENCH CLUB FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Dorothy Adcock, Gypsy Williams, Dottie Yeamans, Harriet Davis, Sallie Carden, Carolyn Smith, Carolyn Weaver, Joanne Johnson, Anne Yeamans. SECOND ROW: Jennie Proctor, Annette Roundy, Kathryn Rowland, Lena Stephenson, Kay Delle Arnold, Eleanor Van Hook, Car¬ olyn Bradley, Mollie Ashworth, Emile Tilley. THIRD ROW: Miss Lucy Perkinson, Advisor ; Betty Jean Baker, Leonidas Betts, Nancy Stephenson, Jerry Oliver, Jimmie Proctor, Pris¬ cilla Holloway, Nancy Keith. JUNIOR GLEE CLUB Dianna Dale, Pianist: Miss Cenith Elmore, Director FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Elizabeth Yarborough, Carol Broadwell, Pamela Leingang, Barbara Upchurch, Patsy Beck¬ with, Rose Moore, Judy Holloway. SECOND ROW: Peggy Vance, Shirley Spence, Betty Doris Wood, Priscilla Wilson, Helen Daniels, Jayne Grace Stephenson, Bob Fleming, New¬ ton Prince. THIRD ROW: Frances Lyles, Violet Cooks, Hazel Betts, Jane Ashworth, Nancy Jones, Peggy Champion, Emma Lee Yates, Peggy Beckworth. FOURTH ROW: Martha Kay Barbee, Jackie Blanchard, Susan Judd, Ktty Lane Johnson, Judy Crumpler, Joanne Walker, Betty Sue Young, Marie Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Ralph Smith, Jerry Wilkins, Henry Shaw, Phyllis Dennis, Judy Cannady, Martha Atkins, Ken¬ neth Humphries, Tony Currin. SIXTH ROW: Maurice Weaver, Douglas Johnson, Jackie Holland. BUS DRIVERS .: ifc-L - ' M ._ V i ■ { | ■ mm ray A I HHH| ft . fl Sa 1 j ; v» i r fiS V 1 I ft V I I ' » t. ] H fl j ,4 I ' ■ f ft 1 J BgajMH WWyWgP j! t -$| i ' s j j 1 f - W J • P 1 v S i i i jfi 1, ,%m If lF II, t i LEFT TO RIGHT: Emmitte Tutor, Bobby Ransdale, Robert Carter, Billy Brown. Larry Ste¬ phenson, Ray Rogers, Jimmy Farabow, Fred Dupree. STANDING: Bobby Wilson, Bryant Jones, W. H. Rhodes, Bobby Barbour. LIBRARIANS bEAltD—left to Right: Zelda Cates, Dorothy Adcock, Mar- garet Wood, Katie Crabtree, Miss Eleanor Southerland, Advisor; Betty Jean Baker, Patricia Powell, Harriett Davis. SECOND ROW: Peggy Myatt, Shelby Davis, Johnnie Elliott, Virginia Weddings, Linda Keith, Evelyn Lee, Gypsy Wil¬ liams, Marie Thomas, Helen Barbour, Allen McLean, Doris Ragland. THIRD ROW: Ross Olive, Lector Rogers, Dorothy Dones, Margaret Page, Leonidas Betts, Ernestine Wade, Aaron Olive. OFFICE CLERKS STANDING—Left to Right: Barbara Coats. Linda Keith, Margaret Page Rebecca Mrleod, Patricia Powell, Doris Ragland, S1ANDING: Patr : c : a Adams. Donald Bullock, Wayne Tingen, Jean Stephenson, Nelson Reuschling, Malisia Burch, Betty Jean Wood, Jean Camp¬ bell. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, SENIORS FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Pat Powell, Peggy Powell, Janet Bradford, Shelby Davis, Alberta Clayton, Annette Roundy, Dorothy Adcock, Carolyn Smith, Priscilla Holloway, Mollie Ashworth, Emilie Tilley, JoAnn Former, Jean Sherron, Mollie Tilley, Becky McLeod. SECOND ROW: Loretta Pope, Martha Powell, Dorothy Adams, Margaret Wood, Peggy Myatt, Dottie Yeamans, Lena Stephenson, Nancy Keith, Eleanor Walters, Carolyn Beck, Linda Veasey, Karen Prince, Kay Adams, Carolyn Bradley, Doris Ragland. THIRD ROW: Betty Buffalo, Jean Wilson, Mary Lynn Aiken, Louise Craigg, Betty Ray Johnson, Betsy LEFT TO RIGHT: Rebecca McLeod, President; Carolyn Smith, Vice President; Betty Bruce Howard, Secretary; Jane Byrd, Song Leade; JoAnna Johnson, Reporter; Ernestine Wade, Historian , Becky Ste phenson, Treasurer. Gilbert, Anne Yeamans, Jane Byrd, Jennie Proctor, JoAnne Johnson, Gypsy Williams, Annette Eatman, Mattie Lee, Lydia Johnson, Jean Camp¬ bell, Phyllis Searcy. FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Dones, Ernestine Wade, Betty Jean Baker, Margaret Page, Sally Carden, Faye Connor, Kathryn Rowland, Beverly Porter, Janet Bullock, Harriett Davis, Betty Bruce Howard, Carolyn Weaver, Pot Adams, Pat Matthews, Nancy Stephenson, Faye Rowland, Kay Arnold, Betty Jean Wood, Becky Ste¬ phenson, Amelia Griffin, Patsy Wilkerson, Betty Ann Hackley. FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Estelle Woodlief, Marie Dupree, Nelia Adams, Bonnie Currin, Glorio Sherron, Patsy Sherron, Mildred Ayscue, Deloris Brown, Sylvia Mills. SECOND ROW.- Patsy Spivey, Martha Riley, Patsy Thomas, Martha Gilbert, Faye Dennis, Sarah Cannady, Jean Capps, Martha Fuquay, Nina Callis, Patsy Page, Peggy Jackson, Bobby Lou Spivey, Marie Thomas, Shirley Jones, Myrtle Ragland. THIRD ROW: Faye Rhodes, Celeste Bullock, Kay Dones, Foye Tunstall, Berta Tun- stall, Peggy Baker, Patsy Pruitt, Betsy Carden, Wilma Howard, Betty Sandy, Fanny Jean Barbour, Polly Woodward. -—4 SEATED—Left to Right: Bobby Davis, Marshel Dean, Donald Buffalo, W. H. Rhodes, Glenn Spivey, Oscar Stephenson, Donald Averette, W. L. Benton. SECOND ROW: Rudolph Walters, Gene Barbee, Bobby Jones, Sherril Jones, Frank Benton, Bobby Wilson, Maynard Pierce, Bobby Dean, Jimmy Holleman, Mitchell Spivey, Mr. Frank Murra. THIRD ROW: Aaron Olive, Dan Chappell, David Lee Baker, Fred Du¬ pree, Nathan Woodlief, Charles Sauls, Jimmy Caviness, Larry Ste¬ phenson, Bobby Barbour, Ray Rogers, Earl Dean, Hubert Sherron, Phil¬ lip Dickens, Millard Williams, John Mack Callis. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Donny Stevens, Mr. Henry Rosh, Mr. Frank Murray, Larry Sherron, George Stephenson, Jackie Coats. Larry Rowland, Leonard Clayton, Billy Brown, Durwood Cooke, Fred Smith, Wallace McGee, William Stinson, Warren Jones, Donald Harvell, Joe Lawthyne, Bobby Thomas, A. W. Stancil, Kenneth Rowland, Phillip Mills, Danny Burch, William Dupree, Willard Currin, Eugene Talton, Benny Huneycutt, Donald Buf- faloe. Buck Wood, Jerry Honeycutt, William Clark, Garland Stuart, Bobby Ransdole, Maynard Keith, Kenneth Haire, Ross Olive, Jerry Pollard, Devon Parrish, Percy Stuart. SAFETY PATROL FIRST ROW—left to Right: Donnie Mongum, Glenn Pew, Jerry Byrd, Larry Thomas, Jackie luder. SECOND ROW: Glenn Horton, Roger Wagstaff, Norwood Pritchett, Terry Overby. LUNCHROOM STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. B. B. Williams, Mrs. Victor Capps, Mrs. Paul Smith, Mrs. Nadie Guthrie, Miss Nannie Williams, Mrs. Roy Bowling, Mrs. Blaine Lee, Mrs. Necie Oliver. Frank Benti Right Guai Milton Riley Fullback Oscar Sephenson Right End WAKE COUNT Bobby Davi: Halfback Charles Smith Left End Fuquay 6 Fuquay 26 Fuquay 40 Fuquay 12 Fuquay 41 Fuquay 21 Fuquay 26 Fuquay 20 Fuquay 20 Fuquay 12 Sherril Jones Halfback FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Sam Stephens, Mon ager; Glenn Spivey, Oscar Stephenson, Donald Aver ette. Frank Benton, Wailes Blalock Billy Mize, Ar thur Ray Talley, Ghq jcs Smith, Phillip Dickens SECOND ROW: Mr. Ben " ParmJCoac Jpr™ Pol ftuL Philip Kannon, Garland Stuart, Larry Ste V. Billy Mize Left Guard Jimmy Woi Fullback Arthur Roy Talley Left Tackle CHAMPIONS , Donald Averette Quarterback Howard Cayton Assistant Coach illiamston rner ’ 11 brook i sndell Phillip DickenJS Right End : ma . ]kelon I rboro Wailes Blaloc Center Glenn Spivey Halfback 1“ ' ir r -fc-i . K homecoming queen and attendants Nancy Stephenson, Faye Rowland, Patricia Powell, Queen; Patricia Adams, Rebecca Mec- leod. DOTTIE YEAMANS JANE BYRD LINDA VEASEY KAREN PRINCE AN ' NE YEAMANS ' w- LINDA RHYNE V ELEANOR VAN HOOK cheerleaders FIRST ROW—Left to R ght: Mary Lynn Aiken, Faye Rowland, Kay Delle Arnold, Nancy StepFienson, Priscilla Holloway. SECOND ROW: Mollie AsFiworth, Bobbie Lou Spivey, Phyllis Searcy, Betsy Gilbert, Joanna Johnson, Carolyn Smith. THIRD ROW: Polly Adams, Estelle Woodlief, Peggy Faye Baker, Gloria Sherron, Jean Wilson, Mrs. W. O. Council, Coach; Emilie Tilley, Faye Conner, Martha Gilbert, Gypsy Williams. FUQUAY SPRINGS OPPONENTS 57 Methodist Orphanage 50 48 Apex 36 54 Methodist Orphanage 34 GIRLS 7 62 50 Lafayette Angier 41 32 60 Roseville 56 BASKETBALL 66 Garner 71 48 Lafayette 41 78 Wendell 39 53 Cary 42 80 Garner 72 76 Wendell 42 69 Millbrook 52 78 Apex 50 RECORD 1954-1955 k ' i !i I ; i FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Glenn Spivey, Larry Stephenson, Oscar Stephenson, Arthur Ray Talley, Bobby Davis. SECOND ROW: Sam Stephens, Manager,- Mitchell Spivey, Bill Huber, Sherril Jones, Bobby Dean, Kenneth Haire, Marshel Dean, Charles Page. Mr. Ben Perry, Coach. FUQUAY SPRINGS OPPONENTS 53 Methodist Orphanage 44 48 Apex 47 48 Methodist Orphanage 43 64 Lafayette 33 RECORD BOYS ' 51 Angier 47 58 Roseville 57 46 Garner 58 1954-1955 BASKETBALL 68 Lafayette 33 49 Wendell 59 43 Cary 75 70 Garner 59 41 Wendell 47 65 Millbrook 46 52 Apex 54 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW—Left to right: Jimmy Ashworth, Steve McCauley, Michael Kannon, Warren Jones, Donald Harvell, M ' ckey Jones, Jackie Coats. SECOND ROW: Phillip Kannon, Freddie Engle, Jerry Honeycutt, Norman Lane, William Stencil, Wayne Tingen. STAND¬ ING: Kenneth Bradley, Devon Parrish, Larry Rowland. 1953-54 BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW—Left to right: Bobby Davis, Sherril Jones, Clinton Spivey, Arthur Ray Talley, Mitchell Spivey. SECOND ROW: Hubert Sherron, Johnnie Elliott, William Clark, Glenn Spivey, Benny Honeycutt, Vann Dean, Manager, Eugene O’Connell. THIRD ROW: Howard Cayton, Coach, Eugene Champion, Wailes Blalock, Roger Honeycutt, W. O. Council, Coach. MONOGRAM CLUB FIRST ROW—Left to Right: Bobby Davis, Vice-President; Charles Smith, President; Mary Lynn Aiken, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Linda Rhyne, Carolyn Smith, Hubert Sherron, Patricia Adams, Polly Adorns, Joanna Johnson, Anna Yeamans, Gypsy Williams, Linda Veasey, Eleanor Van Hook. THIRD ROW: Billy Mize, Phillip Dickens, Nancy Keith, Dottie Yeamans, Mollie Ashworth, Emilie Tilley, Betsy Gilbert, Karen Prince, Sherril Jones. FOURTH ROW: Milliard Williams, Betty Jean Baker, Phyllis Searcy, Jean Wiison, Jane Byrd, Kay Delle Arnold, William Clark, Larry Woverly Fitzhugh, Michael Kannon, Mitchell Spivey, Wailes Blalock, Shearon, Vann Dan, Priscilla Holloway, Nancy Stephenson, Garland Stuart. FIFTH ROW: Benny Honeycutt, Larry Stephenson, Frank Benton, Waverly Fitzhugh, Michael Kannon, Mitchell Spivey, Wailes Blalock, Milton Riley, Jimmy Wood. SIXTH ROW: Donald Averette, Maynard Pierce, Glenn Spivey, Oscar Stephenson, Bobby Dean, Boyd Collier. Arthur Ray Talley. The Monogram Club of Fuquay Springs High School was reorganized in the fall under the sponsorship of Mrs. W. O. Council, Mr. Ben Perry, and Mr. Howard Coyfon. To be eligible for membership in the Monogram Club, one has to participate in forty per cent of the gomes, either football, basketball, or baseball for two years. A cheerleader must cheer at seventy-five per cent of all basketball and football games for two years to be eligible lor membership. At present there are fifty members in the Monogram Club. During American Education Week the Monogram Club entered lour floats in the parade. Representatives of all sporfs rode one float, the queen, Patricia Powell, rode a float and her lour attendants also rode floats. The Homecoming game between Fuquay and Wakelon was a success. The football players ' mothers were the special guests and were presented corsages during the half-time activities during which the queen was also crowded. Mr. E. N. Farnell was master of ceremonies. After the game a big dance was held in the lunch room. On February 24, 1955, the Monogram Club sponsored a chapel program to enlighten the students of the duties and activities of a Monogram Club. ' — I ' - I -- senior ■1 Martha Powell Marshel Dean W 5 % senior MOST ATHLETIC Faye Rowland Bobby Davis superlatives MOST ORIGINAL Nancy Stephenson Robert Carter 04 THP I BH i senior superlatives MOST ATTRACTIVE Patricia Adams Donald Averette " $i$Ps 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 ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE and MILLINERY SPORTSWEAR Compliments of ( MACK ' S RITE-WAY SUPER MARKET j Groceries, Vegetobles, Meats J A Friendly Home—Loaded Store t FREE DELIVERY MACK STEPHENS j Phone 166 1 l-—-—-—-—-—-— —-——— ----—-— 1460 KC W F V G 1000 WATTS VARINA FUQUAY " Watch Fuquay-Varina Grow " Serving Central North Carolina with Entertainment and News designed for pleasant listening . . . Where a man who ' s wise will advertise NEWS MUSIC SPORTS DRAMA Compliments of ( WAKE MANUFACTURING COMPANY f ( ( ( 1 ■■ ( ; Fuquay Springs, N. C. j I 1 1 ' j i ---—------------ 4 ASHWORTH ' S CLOTHIERS FOR MEN AND BOYS Van Heusen Shirts—Buster Brown Shoes—Florsheim Shoes Puritan Sportswear—Dobbs Hats—Griffon Suits Fully Air Conditioned ; Phone 293 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of JOHN C. ADCOCK ' S GROCERY STORE Phone 471-W-l Compliments of S. B. UNDERWOOD ' S GROCERY STORE Phone 283-M-l 1 Compliments of APEX JOBBING CO. ' 7 Compliments of VARINA WHOLESALE BUILDERS SUPPLY Compliments of RAGLAND OIL CO. Sinclair Products Phone 534 Compliments of CAROLINA FEED CO. " Your Purina Dealer " Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 9 Compliments of GLENN B. JUDD Sure Crop Irrigation Company WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS P. O. Box 57—Phones 367-W-l or 367-W-2 An Irrigation System For Every Farm Complete Engineering Service For Every Job Fuquay Springs, N. C. 4 —-——-—-— 1 Education and Banking are Vital To Our Nation ' s Economy We Bank on the Students of Our Schools and Invite You to Bank With Us Bank of Fuquay 46 YEARS OF SERVICE Capital, Surplus, and Undivided Profits over $500,000.00 Member Federal Deposit insurance Corporation Clark ' s ESSO Fuel Co. Esso Products—Quality Cool Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 100 Compliments of Cotten ' s Furniture Co. Fuquay Springs and Varina 525 Phones 45 Compliments of FARRIOR ' S BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE L -------- --■-- - -.-—- Babcock Lumber Co. Angier, N. C. Phone 3491 The Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce Congratulates the Class of ' 55 Fuquay High School Best Wishes for Your Success l PAUL ' S AUTO SUPPLY Where Service Begins Automatic Parts and Accessories Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 426 L S W RESTAURANT CURB SERVICE " You are always welcome EDDIE SALMON You are Always Welcome At The ! H H GRILL s Steaks—Chickens—Sandwiches ; Hot Dogs—Hamburgers—Barbecue | CURB SERVICE j One and a Half Miles North of Fuquay-Varina, U. S. 15A i L _ J. P. Honeycutt i i 4 4 4 KEITH TRACTOR IMPLEMENT COMPANY : i 4 4 4 4 Ferguson Tractors and Implements i S s j Clinton Chain Saws Irrigation Equipment ; i Fuquay Springs, N. C. 4 K. KANNAN Dept. Stor Men ' s Clothes—Children ' s Wear Fine Ladies ' Wear Varina, N. C. ! Compliments of FIRESTONE STORE J. D. Johnson, Prop. " 7 4 Compliments of REAVES ' SHOE SHOP r----——■-- j Twin City Radio and Appliance Co. " We Service What We Sell " Sylvania and Zenith TV See Us for Your TV Needs A Complete Line of Home Appliances Phone 1 ' 89-W Fuquay WHERE ARE YOU GOING? In only a few years now you will be establishing your own home—somewhere. Will you settle somewhere else or come back home? Before you decide, be sure to look around carefully at the advantages for a full and profitable life—the chance to liveand work in a growing and progressive area and to help build an even finer Carolina in the years ahead! Carolina Power and Light Co. Fuquay Springs ' Most Complete Department Store Remember, You Always Save at Belk ' s Hudson - Belk Continuous Quality •omjD uno« Atrmowry or rue coca-cola company rr The Capitol Coca-Cola Bottling Co. r—--—---———— ——— -■--—-— ------7 TWIN CITY LAUNDRY CLEANERS G. W. Scott 0. S. McCauley Fuquay Varina [ Lanier ' s Crown Service Compliments of Kelly—Springfield Tires ■ Washing—Polishing—Greasing Robert A. Cotten Phone 204 1 Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Attorney-at-Law " ---— — — Compliments of R. H. Monday ' s Grocery MYATT ' S GROCERY General Merchandise Groceries, Feeds, Gas, Oil " Tires—Batt. and Auto Accessories Willow Springs, N. C. Rt. 1 Willow Springs, N. C. Phone 401-R-2 FUQUAY FURNITURE COMPANY Compliments of " The Home of Fine Furniture " Dr. A. N. Johnson Open Evenings by Appointment Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 251 Optometrist DILLON W. SMITH • 1 Building Contractor Buildings of any Kind Willow Springs, N. C. Phone: Fuquay 494-R-2 L- Twin City Cream Center Best Ice Cream in Town Thick Frosty Shakes Phone 9268 E. T. Burchette Compliments of PROCTOR-BARBOUR CO., INC. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of ' 55 THE FOOD CENTER " For the Finest in Foods " Lockers—Cold Storage—Processing—Meat Curing Compliments of THE INDEPENDENT ' Your Hometown Newspaper ' Todd H. Caldwell, Publisher ■ -7 TOM ASHWORTH ' S Gulf Products Tire Recapping Distri ' tor for U. S. ROYAL and GILLETTE TIRES Washing Polishing Lubrication Phone 64 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Raditor Repairing Lathe Work Bradley ' s Welding Service E. L. Bradley and K. B. Bradley, Props. WE WELD ANYTHING Phone 181-W Fuquay , -4 " 7 " Thirty-Nine Years ' Drug Service " Elliotts Pharmacy Whitman ' s Chocolates—Penslar Remedies Yardley Toiletries Phone 24 Fuquay Springs, N. C. A. G. Elliot, Sr. A. G. Elliot, Jr. Johnson ' s Drug Store Rexall Drugs " The Store of Personal Service " Fuquay Springs, N. C. Woodrow Johnson, Prop. Phone 109 Parkers Furniture Stores Complete Home Furnishings Hot Point Electrical Appliances G. E. Radios 121 South Main Street 613 East Broad Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Varina, North Carolina Mitchell Chevrolet Company Sales Service Your Chevrolet Dealer for 21 Years Fuquay—Varina—Angier J. M. Mitchell, Prop. Phone Fuquay 200 “7 Compliments of PRINCE, MUDGE POWELL, INC. Insurance HONEYCUTT MUDGE REALTY CO. Real Estate—Loans Phone 122 Fuquay Springs, N. C. r— Compliments of FUQUAY MOTOR COMPANY Fuquay Springs, N. C. ' Your Friendly Ford Dealer " Fuquay Springs, N. C. I i 4 MATTHEWS MOTOR COMPANY Dodge—Plymouth—Dodge Job-Rated Trucks Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of GILBERT-SUGG FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service—Day and Night Fuquay-Varina Phone 14 J. R. WOODWARD Phone 162J2 General Merchandise Groceries—Esso Products—Hardware James E. Coley, Mgr. Willow Springs, N. C. Compliments to Class of 1955 Bank of Varina A Home Bank for Home People Metnber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Varina, North Carolina Byrd ' s Drive - In Where the Red Bird Flies You Are Always Welcome at Byrd ' s Ballentine Farms “Dairy Products Supreme " Lactic Acid—Homogenized—Pasteurized—Chocolate Buttermilk—Raw Phone 72 Compliments to Fuquay Springs High School From Cornell - Dubilier Co. Fuquay Springs Division Compliments of Standard Homes Company Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Compliments of Bradley Lumber Company Best Wishes Compliments of DR. W. H. COART POE ' S SUPER MARKET DR. D. S. PARKER Phone 95 Varina, N. C. ; — — - — _ i WAKE-H ARNETT COUNTY LINE " We Specialize in Cold Drinks " i WATKIN ' S SERVICE Crown Gas and Oil Westinghouse TV—Radio and Appliances Auto Parts Phone 365 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Duncan Highway Phone 132 Phone 2931 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Apex, N. C. DeWITT ICE AND COAL PLANT Henry F. DeWitt, Owner Apex, N. C. WILLOW SPRINGS ! t i INSURANCE AGENCY Fire, Automobile, Casualty and Hail Insurance Phone 162J3 Willow Springs, N. C. WOODWARD-ADAMS COMPANY Dealers in Fertilizers—Nitrate of Soda Tobacco Flues—Cotton—Seed Meal Phone: Varina 162-J-3 Night Phone: 162-J-l Willow Springs, N. C. Compliments of KESLER ' S Children ' s and Ladies ' Ready-To-Wear j i wF t j . ■ r niii ' aiiiiiMuriHir n i Um ■ ’ jmMk SKSOSttwitf FIVE POINTS SERVICE STATION Esso Dealer—General Merchandise Phone 451-M-2 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Claude Jones, Prop. EDWARD ' S PHARMACY i Reliable Prescription Work Fountain Service ! 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