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

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I : 0 0 0 the BS8 3u Cjuay. princjS School mm " It is with mixed emotions that we, the graduating seniors, leave our beloved Fuquay High School. For it is the friendships and experiences shared here, that will be held dear to our hearts in later years. With this in mind, the 1958 GREENBRIAR was designed for you, as a reflection of our year, both in picture and in story. We have been the first grateful occupants of the beautiful new high school build¬ ing. The athletic functions, the music department, and the organizations of our school, in which we have participated, have achieved much during the school year. Proudly we can say that this year has truly been a great success. Appreciatively, we, the staff, " Hold High a Torch” for: our teachers, to whom we give our thanks, for their patience, loyalty, and understanding; our seniors of ' 58, to whom you soon will bid farewell; our underclassmen, to whom we leave all of our experiences; our numerous activities, to which we gave our time; our athletics, to which we gave our spirit; our class features to which we give our recognition; and our advertisers, to whom we owe our gratitude, for making the 1958 GREENBRIAR possible. We hope that the challenge for success will not stop with the ending of this school year, but that Fuquay High may ever " Hold High the Torch” for even greater accomplishments. y Page l our Principal’s Message FUQUAY SPRINGS 5CHOOL5 FUOUAY SPRINGS N C. May lb, Jcar Stuccnts: As you go forth from the pr tecti n o: . m. an., como- nit . agencies t which you .nave become 3 accustomed and enter f thoughts with you for consideration, rs a v . upon us; Man ' s lives hang in the balance; Men ' p tl us to say what we will do. Shall w -- live up to the dares fail t t r ■ t " . must be tnat we qualify as worthy instruments o.f Ct r 1 st ianity. Recognition of the dignity and freedom .f the indi riuual as a spiritual being as been the foundation upon w:,ic‘ jut ci ili- zation has been built. We must recognize that dei ocratlc ope of mankind, and that the real answer to the call whim comes to us from rest . i t ■- woric, U ccri . s e . st i . . ■ can ultimately turn back the tide 1 c today. Th I s i s way we can answer tne great call . . .. insanity. Let n. the wisdom of Confucius t verse when ;;e said mat a person was worthy of being called a nan w: en he c ild ' Vruet wit-, triump: and disaster and treat those two imposters just the same " . Will we be this kind of men Table of Contents V Dedication. .8 Faculty. V 1 .9 f Classes. .19 f Activities. ...55 t Athletics. .71 V Features. .81 1 f Advertisements. .93 Page Six o e ore l a th ALMA MATER Come and join in song together. Shout with might and main. Our beloved Alma Mater, Sounds her praise again. Honor to the green and white. Banner that we love. It will lead us in the conflict, And our triumphs prove. Chorus ' . Sing to Fuquay, Fuquay High, E’re to her be true. She’s the pride of all who love her, Hail to Fuquay High. With sincere appreciation and deepest gratitude, we the senior class, dedicate the 1958 GREEN- BRIAR to M. A. B. UPCHURCH. You have been more than a teacher, Mr. Upchurch. You have taught us not only from textbooks but by precept and example. Your inspiration has influenced the students of Fuquay High School to as¬ pire to high walks of life and greater service. And so, for your personal interest in the students and for your patient guidance as a teacher and true friend, we dedicate our annual to you. 1 1 1 ' Eight h tvvtanintrn i n .rr t r n i vm nrnrnr yjge Ten High School Faculty MRS. MABEL BAIRD Wake Forest, B.S. MISS RUTH CARROLL East Carolina, A.B. MRS. GLADYS FARNELL East Carolina, A.B. University of Tennessee Woman’s College, U.N.C. MRS. BETTY BATTS Atlantic Christian, A.B. MR. EDWARD BENSON East Carolina, B.S. Columbia University, M.A. MRS. MABEL COUNCIL East Carolina, A.B. MRS. DORIS ELLINGTON East Carolina, A.B. MRS. LUCILLE HADDOCK Duke University, A.B. MR. FRED HUNT N. C. State College, A.B. Page Eleieii High School Faculty MRS. MARION KARAM East Carolina, B.S. MISS ANNA PRIVOTT East Carolina, A.B. MR. AARON UPCHURCH N. C. State College, B.S. MR. ROLAND PITTS N. C. State College, B.S. MRS. EVANGELINE JOYNER East Carolina, B.S. MISS ELEANOR SOUTHERLAND Flora MacDonald, A.B. MR. TOMMIE JONES Guilford College N. C. State College, B.A. MRS. SAVONNE MEDLIN East Carolina, A.B. MRS. ANNETTE SPARKS Woman’s College, U.N.C., A.B. Page Tirzlre Grammar Grade Faculty f irst Row: Miss Mae Adams, Mrs. Margueritte Akins, Mr. Howard Cayton, Mrs. Monteen Cox. Second Row: Mrs. Peggy Cranford, Mrs. Mary G. Fish, Mrs. Peggy Gray, Mrs. Myrtle Hopson. Third Row: Mrs. Helen Holland, Mrs. Peggy G. Keith, Mrs. X ilia McCauley, Mrs. Katie Ragan, f ourth Row: Mrs. Azzie Sexton, Miss Ernestine Tay¬ lor, Mrs. Catherine Tutor, Mrs. W. A. Weston. TTTC l I’jllt- Thirteen Primary Faculty First Row: Mrs. Katherine Brigman, Mrs. Audrey Cayton, Miss Joyce Daughtry. Second Row: Mrs. Fred L. Hunt, Mrs. Jane C. Jones, Miss Mary McDill, Mrs. Kate J. Russum. Third Row: Mrs. Jonnie Street, Miss Lola Watson, Mrs. Grace Yancey. Page Fourteen P gr Left to Right : Rev. Galen Elliott, Mrs. W. R. Ogburn, Mr. R. A. Cotten, Chairman; Mr. Rex Powell, Mr. I. J. Stephens. School Board I iflccn Staff POLLY WOODWARD MARY HELEN STEPHENS BERTA TUNSTALL MARIE THOMAS . JIMMY ASHWORTH GLORIA SHERRON CELESTE BULLOCK JERRY HONEYCUTT PATRICIA JONES KITTY LANE JOHNSON JEAN SEARS JERRY JOHNSON LARRY BENNETT DONALD BULLOCK MRS. DORIS ELLINGTON POLLY WOODWARD Editor-in-Chief Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Co-Advertising Manager Co-Advertising Manager Club Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Snapshot Photographer Snapshot Photographer Advisor MARY HELEN STEPHENS Assistant Editor P jge Sixteen Seated: Marie Thomas, Berta Tunstall, Polly Woodward, Mary Helen Stephens, Mrs. Elling¬ ton. Standing-. Celeste Bullock, Gloria Sherron, Jerry Johnson, Donald Bullock, Jerry Honey¬ cutt, Larry Bennett, Kitty Lane Johnson, Jimmy Asheworth, Patricia Jones, Jean Sears. " n |v - r 1 W if 1 11 JTA1 j| haflma 1 Hr w™ 3S 1 (B L ni 1 fv filj r T i f . 1 . ' K ' M HSnf Mljj. W MjKw. ndyUm ■ I Advertising Staff First Row: Faye Dennis, Sarah Cannady, Shirley Jones, Jean Capps, Martha Atkins, Rose Moore, Judy Holloway, Bonnie Cur- rin, Bobby Gilmore, Jayne Stephenson. Second Row: Freddie Engle, J. R. Woodward, Martha Gilbert, Peggy Baker, Myrtle Ragland, Phyllis Sherman, Nelia Adams, Faye Tunstall, Lucy Riley, Bob Fleming, Thomas Stephenson. Third Row: Ellis Powell, Tom Tyndall, Phillip Kannan, Warren Jones, Eddie Ragan, Lawrence Stephenson, Henry Shaw. Rage Sei-enteei Lunchroom Workers Left to Right : Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Guthrie, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Beckwith, Mrs. Bowling, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Lee. Page Eighteen Senior Class Officers MAYNARD KEITH ELLIS POWELL WARREN JONES LARRY BENNETT President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer ' fk fF ' ■ j’ HgEjSC sW ' HB ifC. . • BUBitv .-; • ' ‘.k- Seniors NELIA MAE ADAMS " Willingly she does each task, never letting idle moments pass.” H A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 3; French Club 3,4, Vice- resident 3; Dramatics Club 2, Secretary; Beta Club 3,4, State Convention 3, Secretary 4; Junior Play; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; Chief larshal 3; School Science Fair Winner 2; Advertising Staff, GREEN- (R1AR 4; School Pianist 4; World Peace Contest Winner 3; Band ,2,3,4; Senior Play; Superlative (Most Intellectual). JAMES BUCHANAN ASHWORTH " If pleasure interferes with work, quit work.” land 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 2; J.V. Basketball : ,2; Student Council 2; French Club 3; Advertising Staff, GREF.N- •RIAR, Co-Advertising Manager 4; School Store 3; Monogram Club 2. MILDRED JEAN AYSCUE " A loyal heart, a peaceful mind, a better friend, you ' ll never find.” r.H.A. 1; Library Club 1, Librarian 1,2; Glee Club 1,3; Latin Club 2 3, Secretary 2; School Store 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; Beta Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Junior Play; Class Historian. PEGGY FAYE BAKER " A happy heart that simplifies life by sprinkling wit.” J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 1,3; Monogram Club 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Student Council 1; Dramatics Club 2; Office Clerk 4; French Club 3,4; Advertising Staff, GREF.NBRIAR 3,4; Piano 1; Senior Play Usher. FANNIE JEAN BARBOUR " She is innocence personified, truly an actress, greatly admired. Dramatics Club 2, Librarian; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Historian 3; F.T.A. 2, 4; Latin Club 2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Ad¬ vertising Staff, GREENBRIAR. LARRY WILSON BARBOUR " The quiet and observant always go far.” Latin 1; Baseball 3; F.F.A. 3,4; F.F.A. Land Judging Team 3. Page Twenty-One Seniors DAVID WALLACE BARBOUR " Knowledge is a treasure, but patience is the key to it. " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Glee Club 4; Bus Driver 4. LAURICE WHITE BENNETT, JR. " Life? Show me a short cut to success. " Band 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Junior Play Crew; Dance Band 1,2. 3,4; Senior Class Treasurer 4; Advertising Staff, GRFFNBRIAR « Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2; Senior Play; Dramatics Club 2. BARBARA JEANETTE BLACK " The world looks to one who can express herself in art. " ictoria High School; Walstonburg School; Cary School; Granite- lie School; Glee Club 1,3; Cheerleader 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Sec¬ retary 1; Library Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; School Newspaper Reporter 3; Art Editor, Annual 3; Dramatics Club 1; Science Club 2 REX KENNETH BRADLEY, JR. " The boy who wins is the boy who works, the boy who toils while the next one shirks. " Football 1,2,4; J.V. Basketball 1; Latin Club 2; French Club 3,4; Superlative (Most Attractive). BILLY JUDSON BROWN " A contented fellow always in good humor. " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bu s Driver 2,3,4. DELORIS BROWN " Kindness is a treasure rare. " F.H.A. 1,2, Songleader 2; Librarian 1; Office Clerk 1,2; School Store 2; Dramatics Club 2; Junior Play Crew; Senior Play Crew; Glee Club 4. Page I weuty- ' T u o Seniors PEGGY JEANETTE BROWN " Those who accomplish most make the least noise.” F.H.A. 1; Office Clerk 1. CELESTE ALBERTA BULLOCK " How far that little candle throws her beam! So sh. ' nes a good deed in a naughty world . " F H A. 1,2,3,4, State Convention 1,2; F.T.A. 2,3, Historian 3; Dra¬ matics Club 2, President; French Club 3,4, President 3; Marshal 3: Homecoming Attendant 3; Junior Play; Beta Club 3,4; Editorial Staff, GREENBRIAR 4; Office Clerk 4; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; Class Testatrix 4; Senior Play; Girls ' State Alternate. DONALD EDWARD BULLOCK " Success is the reward of work. " Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 2; Junior Play; Senior Play; World Peace Speaking Contest 3; Mar¬ shal 3; Student Council 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Vice- President, Wake County Student Council; Monogram Club 2,3.4; Football 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Sophomore Class President; Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2; F.T.A. 3; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 3,4; Super¬ lative (Most Likely To Succeed). NINA LOU CALLIS " Brimming full of personal ty, a gal that’s hard to beat. " F.H.A. 1,2,3; French Club 3; Talent Show 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Glee Club 4. SARAH FRANCES CANNADY " If there’s trouble, get in it; If there’s none, make some. " Junior Class Vice-President; F.H.A. 1,2, Parliamentarian 2; Junior Play; Advertising Staff; Glee Club 1,2,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Study Hall Clerk 3. DELLA JEAN CAPPS " A hearty laugh, a mischievous smile, makes for her a life worthwhile. " Dramatics Club 2; French Club 3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4, State Convention 2; Office Clerk 3; School Store 2,4; World Peace Speaking Contest 3; Librarian 1; Junior Play; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR; F.H.A. 1,2, State Convention 1; Senior Play; Superlative (Most Original). Page Twenty-Three Seniors BETSY ANNE CARDEN " Though her hair is sunny, it cannot outshine her heart. " F.T.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; F.H.A. 1; Office Clerk 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 2; School Store 3; Senior Play. CARVIELE BANKS CLARK " A good sport, faithful and true, life needs more players like you. " Band 1; Glee Club 2; Latin Club 2,3. LEONARD DOYLE CLAYTON III " Casanova should be hi s name, at least we hear he deserves that fame.” Bus Driver 4; Substitute Bus Driver 3; Activity Bus 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. PHILIP LEE CLOER " Sometimes foolish, sometimes wise—often brilliant for his size.” Latin Club 2. WILLIAM JACKSON COATS ”1 am here, my mind is elseu ' here.” Football 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Vice-Presi¬ dent 4; Sophomore Class Treasurer; F.F.A. T, Band 1,2,3; Sub¬ stitute Bus Driver 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2. BONNIE LEE CURRIN " A ring on the finger is worth two on the phone.” F.H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,4; Office Clerk 4; School Store 3; Ad¬ vertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 4; Senior Plav Usher 4; Book Club 1; Homecoming Attendant 3; Superlative (Most Attractive). Page T wenty-Pour Seniors WILLARD RAY CURRIN I ” All things come to him who will but wait. Baseball 2,3; Basketball 3; Latin Club 2,3; J.V. Basketball 2. JOHN DAVID DEAN " l came, I saw, I conquered.” I lightdale School 1; Monogram Club 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3, Vice-Presi- | nt 1; Beta Club 3; Marshal 3; Senior Play. CHARLOTTE FAYE DENNIS uways laughing, never sad, sometimes naughty, but never bad.” GI A rIh ' 1 H ; ' S l°l ' 3 [ ' 2; Bo ’| k Cl c b ’ Secrerar y: Dramatics Club 2; t 1 K • ,2 4 ' 4, Ji 1 " ' or class Secretary; Librarian 4; Bus Driver fiRFFNRBIAIJ 8 15 c Dr ' Vei Di 3; School s t°re 4; Advertising Staff, Y " £ NBRIAR 4; Senior Play Crew; Basketball 3; Monogram Club 3,4, F.T.A. 3,4, Parliamentarian 4; J.V. Basketball 2. JIMMY REX DICKENS " Never too careless, never too sad, Football 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4; Band never too studious, always glad.” L2 Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; ELLA MARIE DUPREE i’Sweet, gracious, and loving too, always doing things for you.” jr.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Book Club 1,3; Dramatics ! lub 2; Latin Club 2,3; Senior Play; Office Clerk 4; School Store 3. FREDERICK LEON ENGLE ; In every deed of m]schief, he had a heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute. " Ij reshman Class President; J.V. Basketball 1; Dramatics Club 2; I ' daskerball 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 4; Mono- (tram Club 2,3.4; Beta Club 3,4, President 4; School Store Presi¬ dent 4; Student Council 4; Class Prophet 4; Sophomore Editor, ( iREENBRlAR, Advertising Staff 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2; Marshal 3; jsenior Play. Page Twenty-live t Seniors ROBERT WESLEY FARABOW ”Roll on, world and I’ll roll with you” Band 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2. MARTHA HERCELIA FUQUAY " Her character is simply a hah it long continued.’’ Glee Club 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 2; F.H.A. 1,2; French Club 3,4; Latin Club 2,3; School Store 2,3; F.T.A. 3.4; Junior Play; Beta Club 3,4; Study Hall Clerk 2; Piano 1; Violin 3,4; Senior Play. MARTHA HELEN GILBERT " Meet her, know her, and you will never forget her.” Basketball 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3; Monogram Club 2,3; French Club 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Waitress; Glee Club 1,2; Advertising Staff, GRF.EN- BRIAR 3,4; Junior Play 3; School Store 2,4; Girls’ State 3. BOBBY JOE GILMORE " First in sports, first in the game, he has made for himself a remembered name.” Latin Club 2,3, President 3; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4, Co- Captain 4; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Beta Club 3; Senior Play Crew; Jr.-Sr. Waiter; Superlative (Best All Around). DAVID EDWARDS HOLLAND " Often comical and mischievous: but ever good-natured.” F.F.A. 2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Glee Club 2; Base¬ ball 1,2,4; Football 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Office Clerk School Store 3. ROBERT RICHARD HADDOCK " A man of few words, fair and square.” Band 1; F.F.A.; J.V. Football 1. Page Twenty-Six Seniors DORA GRACE HONEYCUTT " Industrious and gay, though her work be difficult.” Office Clerk 2,3; Latin Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 2; F.H.A. 1. JERRY THOMAS HONEYCUTT " A tall and stately aspect, never failing to be courteous.” Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Latin Club 2,3, Vice-President 3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Junior Play; Dramatics Club 2; Editorial Staff, GREENBRIAR 4; Superlative (Most Athletic). KENNETH EARL JOE HUMPHRIES " Above all we love a steadfast friend.” Band 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,4; Substitute Bus Driver 4; Summer School 3- ELLA SUE IVEY " Poised and demure, she faces life ' s problems. " French Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1; Study Hall Clerk 1. EMILY GALE JONES I " Quiet and modest, thoughtful and meek, knowing much more, than she lets herself speak.” F.T.A. 1; F.H.A. 1; Office Clerk 3. JAMES NEWTON JONES " How he gets by is a mystery that should be recorded in history. " Glee Club 1,2; Latin Club 1; Dramatics Club 2; Junior Play; Senior Play. Page Twenty-Seven Seniors JESSE WARREN JONES, JR. " As crazy as Dopey, as cute as Doc, as mean as Grumpy, but a good ole sock. " Football 2,3 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1,2.3,4; J.V. Basketball 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Vice- President 3; Latin Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 2; F.F.A. 1,2; Junior Play; Senior Play; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Senior Class Secretary; School Store 2; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2; Superlative (Most Popular). OSCAR GENE JONES ' 77 study if 1 feel like it, and I won’t if I don’t; I ' ll pass if I can. and if I can’t I won’t.’’ Baseball 2; Glee Club 1,2; French Club 3. PATRICIA ANN JONES " You ' re teasing! Won’t you kindly hush, when you see how easily l blush. " Beta Club 3, State Convention; Latin Club 2,3, Vice-President 2; Library Club 2; F.H.A. 1; Dramatics Club 2; Glee Club 1,2.3 ' F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 4; Senior Play Usher; Junior Play; Editorial Staff, GREENBRIAR 4; School Song Leader 4; Homecoming At¬ tendant 4; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; Class Poetess 4. ROSE MARIE JONES " Energy and vitality all bubbling in one; Crazy and dopey but loaded with fun. ’’ Latin Club 2; School Store 4; F.H.A. 1; Book Club 1,3. SHIRLEY FAYE JONES " Co-operattve and business-like; a gem to any class.” F.H.A. 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Junior Play; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; C.B.M. Camp 1; Girls’ State 3; Office Clerk 3,4; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 4; F.T.A. 3,4, Song Leader 4; Senior Play Usher; Book Club 1, Secretary. PHILLIP MORRIS KANNAN " Smart, in his odd sort of way.” J.V. Basketball 1; Dramatics Club 2; F.T.A. 2,3, County Parlia¬ mentarian 3; Latin Club 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 1; Mono-. f ram Club 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Advertising taff, GREENBRIAR 3,4; Marshal 3; Senior Play; Superlative (Most Intellectual). Page Tiventy-Eight Seniors HESTER MAYN ARD KEITH, JR. Thinking is the hardest work there is, and that is the reason 1 never engage in it p A. 1,2,3,4, Camp 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3: j ' rench Club 3; Senior Class President. JOE DUNCAN LAWHORN " Depth on thought brings forth worth while work. " [Mewton Grove School 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; F.F.A ,2,3,4; Bus Driver 2,3,4. GEORGE HENRY LYNAM " He lives at ease who freely lives.” F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 3; Bus Driver 4; Activity Bus 4. PARTHENIA LYNAM " Dependable, ambitious, and faithful in her wrath.” Library 1,2; French Club 3; Office Clerk 3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 3; Bus Driver 4; School Store 4; Senior Play 4. BARBARA ANN McCULLOCK " Politeness casts nothing but gains everything.” Office Clerk 1; Glee Club 1. JANIE MAE MOORE " Nothing is impossible for a ' willing heart.” F.H.A. 1,3. Page Twenty-Nine Seniors MARTIN LUTHER OLIVER " Sometimes I sit and think; sometimes l just sit.” Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2.3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Superlative (Most Original). ELLIS COOKE POWELL " Take everybody’s advice, then do as you please.” Dance Band 2.3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2.3; Monogram Cl S 2; Dramatics Club 2; Junior Play; Latin Club 2,3, Treasurer 3 Senior Class Vice-President; Advertising Staff. GREENBRIAR 3 . School Store 4. ROBERT EDWIN RAGAN " Rules are made to be broken Football 2,3,4. Co-Captain 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Senior Play Crew; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 4. MYRTLE LEE RAGLAND " She looks like an angel, laughs like one too; But you never can tell tv hat an angel will do.” F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; Librarian 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Chief 4, Assi stant Chief 3; Senior Play Crew; School Store 3; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Secretary and Treas¬ urer 4; Glee Club 4. LUCY ANN RILEY ”Actions speaks louder than words.” Basketball 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; Latin Club 2,3; Junior Play Usher; School Store 2; F.T.A. 4; Glee Club 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Ad¬ vertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 4; Senior Play Crew. MARTHA LEE RILEY " Reserved, dependable, and a true friend.” F.H.A. 1,2. Page thirty Seniors KENNETH GORDON ROWLAND n his quiet dignity, there it an understanding smile that brings us contentment. " and 1,2,3; F.F A. 1.2,3.4; Glee Club 4; Bus Driver 4; Basketball 1 BETTY JEAN SANDY " The best things always come in small packages.’ F.H.A. 1; French Club 3. ANNIE JEANETTE SENTER " Patience is a sure guide to su ccess.’ F.H.A. 1. PHYLLIS ANN SHERMAN " She’s lull of pep. she ' s lull of glee: Where there’s a smite, she’ll always be.” Glee Club 1.2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Librarian 4; Senior Play Crew; Dra¬ matics Club 2; School Store 4; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR. GLORIA PATRICIA SHERRON X’hat she thinks, heaven knows: It piay be hooks, styles, clothes, or beaux.” basketball 1.2,3,4; F.H.A. 1.2; Glee Club 1,2,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4, Re¬ nner - 4 ; Monogram Club 2,3.4: Editorial Staff. GREENBRIAR umor Editor; Junior Play; School Store Treasurer 4; Student Council 4; Book Club 1, President; Monogram Club 3, Secretary; enior Play; Superlative (Most Athletic). LINDA RAE SMITH " Ability and efficiency are life ' s essentials.” I HA 1; History Club 1; Glee Club 4; Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club I ; Senior Play. 1 II VM Page Thirty-One Seniors GLADYS MARIE SMITH you ' ll always be sure. " F H A, 1.2; Senior Play; Freshman Class President; Librarian 4. PATSY WADE SPIVEY " the only way to hate a friend is to be one.” F.H.A. 2; Office Clerk 1. ALTON WADE STANCIL, JR. " Get out.” F.F.A. 1,2.3,4. WILLIAM BYRD STINSON, JR. " All great men are dying: I don ' t feel very well myself.” Football 1,2,3.4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3.4; Glee Club 4; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4. EDGAR MARSHALL STEPHENSON " Sever trouble trouble, ' til! trouble troubles you.” Football 3.4; Baseball 2,3,4; Latin Club 2.3; F.F.A. 4; Monograi Club 3,4. PAUL LAWRENCE STEPHENSON, JR. " AH tb ngs come to him who w aits, therefore, why hurry?” Band 1,2,3.4; Latin C lub 2,3; F.F.A. 1.2; Monogram C lub A; Bus ketball Manager 1.2; Advertising Staff. GRI I NBRIAR i. school Store 3; Senior Play Crew 4; Librarian 4. Page ihirty-Tu o Seniors BOBBY. LEWIS THOMAS Yoti ll know it ' s him by the noise he makes. " Band 1.2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; J.V. Basketball 1,2. GEORGIA MARIE THOMAS She ' s little, she ' s wise, she ' s a corker for her size. " ' .H A. 1,2; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Freshman Class Treasurer; Glee Club 1 Larin Club 2; Beta Club 3,4; Junior Play; Junior Class Treas- irer; Dramatics Club 2, Treasurer; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Cheer- eader 2,3,4; Advertising Staff, GREENBRIAR 3, Co-Advertising vlanager 4; Library Club 1; Office Clerk 4; Librarian 1,2; Senior lay; Student Council 4, Treasurer; School Store 4; Superlative Most Popular). PATSY ANN THOMAS " Pretty as a picture, busy as a bee, sweetest little thing you ever did see. " F.H.A. 1,2; Librarian 1; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; School S r ore 2; Student Council Secretary 3,4; Essay Contest 3; French Club 3,4, Secretary 3; Junior Play Usher; Advertising Staff, GREFN- BRIAR 3, Annual Staff 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Superlative (Most Likely To Succeed). ROBERT WAYNE TINGEN " Why worry about life? You ' ll never get out of it alive. " Band 1,2,3, Drum Major; Glee Club 1; Office Clerk 1,2. BERTA SUE TUNSTALL " Sweet and lovely, nice and neat, just to know her is a treat. " ' reshman Class Vice-President; F.H.A. 1,2,3, State Convention 1 | 3and 1,2,3; Piano 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Dramatics Club 2; Jr.-Sr (Waitress 2; Junior Class President; French Club 3,4; Beta Club 3 1 nnual Staff 3; Business Manager, GREENBRIAR 4; Basketbali 3 Junior Play Usher; Marshal 3; Senior Play; F.T.A. 4. FAYE DAWN TUNSTALL " Strong enough not to fear failure, but to continue to success. " • ' .H.A. 1,2,3, State Convention 1,2, Secretary 2; Beta Club 3 -at in Club 2,3; Library Club 1,2; Librarian 1; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; unior Play; F.T.A. 3; Dramatics Club 2; Advertising Staff, GREEN- 3RIAR 4; Marshal 3; " I Speak for Democracy” Contest; School Science Fair Winner 2; Senior Play. i zr rtA Page Tbirty-Tbree Seniors MARVIN THOMAS TYNDALL " If worry were the cause of death, he ' d live forever. " F.F.A. 1; Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2; Football 3; Junior Flay Senior Play; Talent Contest 3; F.T.A. 4; Advertising Staff, GREEN BRIAR 4; Glee Club 4; School Store 2; Office Clerk 1. MARGARET HAZEL VUNCANNON " To her the deed is everything; the fame nothing. " Lillington School 1; F.H.A. 1; Office Clerk. MAMIE BARBOUR WOOLARD " A jolly word, pleasant smile; she has them ready all the while. " Garner School 1; Glee Club 1. POLLYANNA WOODWARD " So earnest in work and fun—We don ' t know half the work she ' s done. " F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, State Convention 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Freshman Class Secretary; Piano 1; Sophomore Class Secretary; Dramatics Club 2; Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2; Beta Club 3,4, State Convention 3; Assistant Editor, GREENBRIAR 3; Marshal 3; F.T.A. 3; French Club 3,4: Junior Play Usher; Senior Play; Editor, GREENBRIAR; Girls’ State Alternate; Superlative (Best All Around). Page T birty-Pour Your Attention Please . . Mascots VICKI CAPPS TONY ROWLAND Page Thirty-Five _ Class H istory I, recorder of all deeds, do hereby command the Sands of Time to sift from the Books of Records so that the great pages might be disclosed to the Class of ’58. The pages for the years ’54-’55 are first revealed. The officers presiding over these years are Freddie Engle, Berta Tunstall, Polly Woodward, and Marie Thomas, with Peggy Baker as Student Council Rep¬ resentative. The great book tells of many freshmen in the glee club, band, F.H.A., F.F.A., and F.T.A. On the champion football team were Kenneth Brad¬ ley, Bill Stinson, and Phillip Kannan. Basketball was popular also. Gloria Sherron, Peggy Baker and Martha Gilbert helped turn in an outstanding rec¬ ord; many boys played on the J.V. team. The freshmen year is over and the sophomore year is eagerly awaited. As the pages unfold, we see the activities of the sophomore year. The class has elected Donald Bul¬ lock, president; Warren Jones, vice-president; Polly Woodward, secretary; and Jackie Coats, treasurer. Jimmy Ashworth and Martha Gilbert received creditable praise as Student Council Representa¬ tives. The Dramatics Club presented many fine plays under the capable direction of Miss Vivian Burton. Once again the pages fly, now to the years ’56- ’57. From examining the many pages of recordings, one is able to see that the tempo of activity has in¬ creased considerably. Guiding the juniors in many projects were Berta Tunstall, Sarah Cannady, Faye Dennis, and Marie Thomas. As a result of much hard work, seventeen of the class were initiated in¬ to the Beta Club. In order to uphold its reputation of being most unpredictable, the juniors decided to have a prom instead of a banquet and prom. To finance this long-desired event, the class gladly undertook the selling of candy, the sponsoring of a barebcue supper, and the producing of a play en¬ titled " Hobgoblin House,” a mystery, with a tal¬ ented cast and skillful director, Mr. Rowland Pitts. During this year, Donald Bullock was elected vice- president of the Student Council, and assistant edi¬ tor of the GREENBRIAR was Polly Woodward. The months of October and November of this year will be remembered for one thing—the trip to Williamsburg, complete with lamb chops and a bus which had a regular rendezvous with fate. The week of the prom was marked by frenzied activity and under creative hands, an Arch de Triompbe, sidewalk cafes, and a quaint hat shop made their appearances. The delightful setting and charming garcons et mademoiselles made prom night a truly wonderful " Evening in Paris.” The juniors closed this most active year by holding a candle arch for the graduating seniors at Class Night. Marshals for this occasion were Nelia Adams, Chief; Faye Tunstall, Polly Woodward, Freddie Engle, Celeste Bullock, J. D. Dean, Berta Tunstall, Donald Bullock, and Phillip Kannan. Now the air is filled with excitement and the promise of things to come. The next pages have been written in great haste, for the hand of the Historian is kept busy record¬ ing the varied activities of her chosen ones—the seniors—the Class of ’58! Leading the class were Maynard Keith, president; ably assisted by Ellis Powell, Warren Jones, and Larry Bennett. The Senior High Building, heretofore only a dream on the drawing board, has suddenly become a reality. The Class of ’58 are the first seniors to occupy this beautiful addition to the campus. Many seniors headed important clubs: Jerry Honeycutt, President of the Monogram Club; Jean Capps, President of the F.T.A.; Freddie Engle, President of the Beta Club; and Jimmy Dickens, President of the F.F.A. The arrival of the gold and red class rings only adds to the growing prestige of the seniors. At the homecoming game, Lucy Riley was crowned Queen and had as her senior attendants Patricia Jones and Patsy Thomas. Now the class is preparing for the final and most important part of its school career—gradua¬ tion. So the Book of Records ends with this, the senior year, but the Sands of Time lie waiting on the diverse pathways of life, ready to receive the foot¬ prints of the Class of ’58, who forever carry in their hearts precious memories of years recorded here by the hand of the Historian. MILDRED AYSCUE Historian Can St Be? 1. Sarah, 2. David, 3. Celeste, 4. George, 5. Lucy, 6. Patsy, 7. Oscar, 8. Patricia, 9. Bonnie, 10. Larry, 11. Bar¬ bara, 12. William, 13. Betsy, 14. Faye, 15. Ellis, 16. Jean, 17. Faye, IS. Jimmy, 19. Polly, 20. Freddie, 21. Sue, 22. Deloris, 23. Jerry, 24. Myrtle, 25. Jeanette, 26. Eddie, 27. Berta, 28. Parthenia, 29. Dick, 30. Luther, 31. Martha, 32. Phyllis, 33. Tom, 34. Marie, 35. Linda, 36. Maynard, 37 . Peggy, 38. Lawrence, 39. Shirley, 40. Fannie. Page Thirty-Seven Cl ass Poem " MEMORIES” Our years seem to have drifted away, like the falling snow on a wintry day; But even though they are passed, our hearts are filled with many cherished memories. Perhaps there’s the reminder of the last football game or the day we received our rings, And then there’s the memory of our Evening in Paris at the Junior-Senior Prom. We know these are happy thoughts of the past, but we are now faced with those of the future: Maybe there will be days of fear and sorrow or days of defeat and victory. Yet, even this does not halt us in our wake, for with brave hearts and hopeful minds we shall forever strive on. And then some day when we have finally reached the top and the Judgment is before us, We’ll know deep within our souls that it was the green and white that gave us the courage to go on. When after many years have passed and we again hear that Alma Mater, The beat of our hearts will never cease to be great, Whenever we recall, our class of ’58! PATRICIA JONES Class Poetess ass Flowe Blue and White White Carnation Class Motto " Strive to put new ideas into action, Learn to master old ones.” ever orqe our rings . . . that Phillip was pushed around . . . that cramming for exams often caused insomnia Class Prophecy Hark! Tis the year of ' 68. Let ' s have a look at the Senior Class of ' 58 and see what they have been doing. I ' ve just invented the most powerful telescope ever, to use for our journey into outer space and around the world. First, I will look into that great ocean of air. Ah, there is the moon which is now inhabited. I see William Stinson, famous scientist, and his assistant, A. W. Stancil making a study of the ground. Not far away is the newly erected city, designed by Joe Lawhorn and Robert Haddock, famous architects. I see Wayne Tingen, famous pilot, and his co-pilot, George Lynam preparing their rocket ship for the trip back home. Let ' s return to the good ole earth. First, my sights land on the only under-developed town in the world. Dog- patch. We ' re just in time for the Sadie Hawkins Day race. Here come some of the eligible bachelors. My, there’s Philip Cloer, Wallace Barbour, and Larry Barbour. Here are some of the girls entering this race. Here comes Jean¬ ette Senter, Martha Riley, Sue Ivey, Emily Jones and Janie Moore. Good luck, girls. Now for a view around the world. PARIS—I see Berta Tunstall, Ambassador to France, talk¬ ing to wealthy Banks Clark, who manufactures Lan¬ vin perfume. TOKYO—There’s Jackie Coats, toy manufacturer, talking to his secretary, Sarah Cannady. RUSSIA—Here I see chief party leader Phillip Kannan talking to Secretary of State, Ellis Powell. CHINA—Mildred Ayscue and Betsy Carden are doing a wonderful job as missionaries. Swiftly we return to the United States. First, on list, will be Hollywood. There’s Marie Thomas, movie director, talking to Academy Award winner Fannie Barbour. Ap¬ proaching them is that fabulous model, Peggy Baker and right behind her is Larry Bennett, photographer. NORMAN, OKLAHOMA—Coach Jimmy Rex Dickens ends another successful year as his football team re¬ mained undefeated for the third straight year. INDIANAPOLIS—It’s time for the big race and I see a woman is driving for the first time in history and she’s favored to win. Good luck to Lucy Riley. WASHINGTON, D. C.—In my view I see the President of the United States, Maynard Keith, talking to Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Luther Oliver. There are Senators Gloria Sherron and Martha Gilbert, along with their Secretaries, Shirley Jones and Myrtle Ragland. NEW YORK—First, 1 see the Metropolitan Opera House. Performing before a full house is pianist Polly Wood¬ ward and soprano Patricia Jones. Ah, there’s the New York Times building. Standing outside is the editor, Kenneth Bradley talking to columnist Martha Fuquay. Now my sights fall on dear ole Fuquay. Many have re¬ turned to their homeland. There ' s the drugstore, I see the owner, Donald Bullock, talking to the Mayor, Jerry Honeycutt. The Mayor is pleased at the worjs of Doctors Oscar Jones and Nelia Adams. Their nurses, Linda and Marie Smith also deserve a lot of credit. The next stop is the barber shop operated by Billy Brown, who is trying to figure out a way to cut balding Jimmy Ashworth’s hair. Next to the barber shop is Clayton ' s Jewelry Shop, operated by Dick Clayton. He’s showing Betty Sandy, Patsy Spivey, and Barbara McCulIock some beautiful dia¬ monds. There is the television station under the direction of Willard Currin. Tonight Bobby Gilmore is having a host of guests on his show. Toast of the Town. Appearing on it will be Nobel Prize Winner Patsy Thomas, who has invented a cure for cancer. Also appearing will be the dancing team of Jimmy Jones and Nina Callis along with commedian Edgar Stephenson and Bobby Thomas and his Crazy Kats. The Baptist Church is under the direction of the Reverend Eddie Ragan. Talking things over with him is Celeste Bullock, Director of Religious Education. The scene swiftly changes and I see the new high school. There is the principal, Warren Jones, talking to his secretary, Faye Dennis. The school boasts a good faculty. There’s Jean Capps, Bonnie Currin, Marie Dupree, Bob Farabow, Jeanette Black, and Marie Jones. There ' s the bank and its president, Kenneth Humphries, talking to the cashiers, Delores Brown, Grace Honeycutt, and Lawrence Stephen¬ son. In walks David Holland, manager of Cornell-Dubi- lier and Kenneth Rowland, manager of Wake Manufac¬ turing Company. Mr. Holland is telling everyone the good work Peggy Brown, Margaret Vuncannon, and Par- thenia Lynam are doing. There’s Phyllis Sherman’s Beauty Shop. Inside is Mamie Woolard, housewife, and Faye Tunstall, author of the best seller, " What Happened to Kruschev.” The scene changes to the courtroom and these Judge J. D. Dean is talking to Chief of Police, Tom Tyndall. Suddenly the sights are closed over the future. It is time to put away my telescope and return to the present. The time has arrived for us to don our caps and gowns and await our day of achievement, the day of graduation. FREDDIE ENGLE Prophet Page Forty om WHS ' • -• 1 Hr , ' 3Mvi Junior WINNIE COLEY JIM BAKER JO ANN WALKER MARTHA ATKINS Class Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer rv ■ .-a % . a ' W ' k£l J uniors MARTHA ATKINS LOUISE BAILEY CHARLES BAKER NANCY BAKER MARTHA BARBEE PATSY BECKWITH PEGGY BECKWITH JANET BLALOCK JACKIE BLANCHARD HORACE BOWLING CAROL BROADWELL HUGH BUCHANAN JIMMY BUFFALOE HENRY BUNN JUDY CANNADY BETTY JANE CARDEN PEGGY CHAMPION KITTY LOU CHESTNUT BOBBIE CHISENHALL BOBBY CLAYTON JOE COLEY WINNIE COLEY ROBERT CONNOR VIOLET COOK VERA JEAN CORBETT BOBBY CRABTREE TONY CURRIN DIANA DALE MAJORIE DAVIS HELEN DICKENS Page ■ orty-Three J umors CLAUD DUPREE FRED EARP DICKIE FISH JEAN FISH MONTEEN FISH BOB FLEMING DONALD GRAY EVERETT HACKNEY CHET HAIR A G. HARE SUE HILLARD JACKIE HOLLAND JUDY HOLLOWAY GLENN HORTON DOUGLAS JOHNSON KITTY LANE JOHNSON LARRY JOHNSON MICKEY JONES NANCY JONES SUSAN JUDD EDWARD KEITH LINDA LATHAM BRUCE LYLES FRANCES LYLES JIMMY McCOTTER MARIE McLAURIN DEVON McLEAN RUBY McLEOD ROSE MOORE RUDY MORRISON Page l orly-Pour Juniors JERRY MY ATT BOBBY O’NEAL BUSTER PEARCE VIRGINIA PEARCE NEWTON PRINCE, JR. GLENN PUGH REBECCA REVELS JACKIE RHODES CELIA ROWLAND ELLEN ROWLAND HENRY SHAW HAYWOOD SHERRON HELEN STEPHENS CONNIE STEPHENSON JAYNE STEPHENSON PATSY STEPHENSON THOMAS STEPHENSON JERRY TALLEY BARBARA UPCHURCH JOYCE VAUGHAN WADE VUNCANNON JO ANN WALKER MAURICE WEAVER FAYE WILLIFORD PRISCILLA WILSON DAVID WOODLIEF J. R. WOODWARD, JR. BOBBY WORTHAM EMMA YATES BETTY SUE YOUNG Page l orty-Fire Sophomore Class Officers JERRY PORE DICK ELLIS MIRANDA WILLIAMS JIMMY TUTOR President V ice-President Secretary T reasurer 1 Sophomores PAT ADAMS CHERYL ADCOCK DOROTHY ALLEN NANCY ALLEN PRISCILLA ARNOLD JOHNNY BAILEY LEWIS BARBOUR JUDSON BETTS RONNIE BARBOUR DAVID BOWDEN HENRY BOWLING BETTE BULLOCH GEORGE BULLOCK MIKE BURY CAROLYN COOK CALVIN CARDEN CHARLIE CARDEN BRUCE CURRIN FRANCES CURRIN JUDY CURRIN C. Y. DAVIS LINWOOD DANIEL DONNA DICKENS WILLIAM DICKENS JIMMY EARP KENNETH EARNHARDT DICK ELLIS RICHARD ENGLE GEORGE FRANCIS SANDRA FISH JUDY GODWIN PEGGY HARVEL NANCY HOLLAND Page Forty-Seven Sophomores R. W. HOLLAND CURTIS HOLLF.MAN LARRY HOLLKMAN CHARLOTTE HUMPHRIES MARTHA HUNT L. D. JACKSON EDWARD JAMES AL JOHNSON LENA JOHNSON ANNETTE JONES BARBARA JONES GERALD LAWRENCE JACKIE LEWTER LEWIS LOVE MILDRED McLAURIN CAROL McLEAN JO ELLEN McLEAN BARBARA MORRISON MARY ANN NORTON DELORIS OGBURN HUGH OGBURN MARY LOU OLIVE CALVIN OLIVER TERRY OVERBY JIMMY PARKER JERRY PORE PHIL POWELL MELINDA POWELL BETTY RUTH PRINCE MARVIN PRINCE NORWOOD PRITCHETT PATRICIA PRUITT REID ROBERTSON Page Forty-Eight i Sophomores BETSY ROGERS LINDA ROGERS RUTH ANN ROWLAND JEAN SEARS PATSY SHERMAN LINDA SMITH JUDY SMITH RALPH SMITH DAISY SPIVEY GAYLE STANCIL JIMMY STEPHENSON LARRY STEPHENSON EUGENE TRUELOVE DELORES TUTOR JIMMY TUTOR BRYANT TYNDALL DORIS UNDERWOOD CALVIN VUNCANNON SYLVIA WAGNER ROGER WAGSTAFF PATRICIA WALL RAYMOND WALL JUDITH WALLS ALICE WALTERS MARY ANN WATKINS LINDA WELCH MIRANDA WILLIAMS BRENDA WILLIAMS LUCINDA WILLIAMS ISABELL WILLIFORD Freshman Class Officers SKIPPER PHELPS NANCY BUFFALOE NANCY PHELPS TILLEY ADAMS President Vice-President Secretary Treasnrer f Freshmen SARAH ADAMS THERON ADAMS T1LLIE ADAMS BARBARA ALLEN JANE ALPHINE FRANCES ASHLEY LINDA AYSCUE JOE BAKER ROY BAKER SYLVIA BARBOUR HELEN BETTS MARIE BETTS PAUL BLACK REBECCA BLACKBURN WAYNE BRETT KENNETH BOWLING ROBERT BROOKS NANCY BUFFALOE JIM BULLOCH SARA CAPPS CAROLYN CHAMPION KATHRYN CHAMPION DONALD CLAYTON FREDDIE CLOER TOMMY CLOER PHYLLIS CONNOR ROBERT DALE MARY ANN DAWKITMS SHERRIL DEAN BARBARA DICKENS BETTY SUE DICKENS HOWARD DICKENS RICKY DUNLAP LILLIE RUTH DUPREE RICHARD DYE SUE EARP CHRISTINE EVANS BARBARA GOODWIN JOYCE HARPER Page Fifty-One Tv Freshmen MARGARET HINSON COLON HOBBY JO CAROL HOBGOOD CHARLOTTE HOLLAND PATSY HOLLAND FAYE HONEYCUTT JERRY JOHNSON PATRICIA JOHNSON BRENDA JONES PHIL JONES PHYLLIS LANGDON MARCIA LATHAM WHITT LAWHORN JOHN LAWRENCE KAY LEE LINDA LUCAS DONNIE MANGUM BARBARA MeGEE BOBBY MeGEE JERRY McLEAN JERRIE MILLS DOUGLAS MOORE NANCY MUDGE GLORIA JEAN MYATT FAYE NORRIS GRAY NORRIS DORIS OLIVER MIKE OWENS ANNE PARRISH JUDY PAYNE SALLY PAYNE NANCY PHELPS SKIPPER PHELPS JUDY PLEASANT JOHNNIE POE O. B. POPE CASS IE POWELL . Page Pifty-Two Fresh men DICKIE POWELL KENNETH POWELL ROSA PRICE VERNON PRUITT JEAN REARDON MARY FRANCES RILEY FRANCES ROGERS WATT ROSE JUDY ROWLAND MAURICE ROWLAND ELLA WAYNE RUSSUM FRANK SANDY GLORIA SAUNDERS DAVID SENTER LINDA SHERMAN JUDY SHERRON CATHIE SMITH RICHARD SMITH MARY ANN SPIVEY RONNIE SPIVEY JOE STEPHENS PATRICIA STEPHENS CYNTHIA STEPHENSON LF.NWOOD STEPHENSON LYNN STEPHENSON BRENDA SUTTON KATHY ANN TALLEY SANDRA TAYLOR BETSY THOMAS NANCY TURNER BETTY UPCHURCH PHILLIP UTLEY JUDY WAGSTAFF FAYE WALKER PHIL WILLIFORD FLETCHER WOOLARD LINDA YARBOROUGH Page I ifly-Tbree OFFICERS DONALD BULLOCK President DONALD BULLOCK DIANA DALE PATSY THOMAS . MARIE THOMAS MARTHA GILBERT MRS. ANNETTE SPARKS President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Sergeant-at-A rrns Advisor MRS. ANNETTE SPARKS Advisor DIANA DALE Vice-President Council Seated : Patsy Thomas, Marie Thomas, Donald Bullock, Mrs. Sparks, Advisor; Martha Gilbert, Diana Dale. Stand¬ ing-. Jayne Stephenson, Lewis Love, Richard Engle, Phillip Kannan, Freddie Engle, Bobby Crabtree, Gloria Sherron. The Student Council was set up to give to stu¬ dents some responsibilities in activities under school supervision. These responsibilities consist of plan¬ ning, carrying out, and in some cases, supervising certain school functions. The Student Council is set up in such a way that it is not under direct supervision of the princi¬ pal, although the principal has the privilege of vetoing any action planned by the council. The Student Council consists of a sponsor, two Seniors, two Juniors, two Sophomores, one Fresh¬ man, one eighth grade student, one seventh grade student, and one representative from each of the following clubs: F.F.A., F.H.A., F.T.A., Monogram Club, and the Beta Club. The Student Council also has two people selected by the president, who are in charge of the school store. Every year the Student Council sponsors the elec¬ tions, Orientation Day, Twirp Season, a magazine sale, and the chapel programs. Along with these responsibilities, the Student Council sets up goals and projects which they hope to carry out during the year. Several years ago the Student Council set up a school store. The store sells ice cream and school supplies. The Student Council promotes a better relation¬ ship among students, parents, and the faculty. The Student Council also takes pride in promoting school spirit, which is important in having a well co-ordinated school. Through the Student Council, Fuquay Springs High School has impressed upon its students the importance of citizenship and leadership. Page Fifty-Seven Beta Club The Beta Club is a leadership service organization composed of Juniors and Seniors who have main¬ tained a scholastic average of 90 during their first two years in high school, however, anyone who reaches a 90 average during his Junior or Senior year is eligible to become a member of the Club. The members of the club are voted upon indivi- dully by the old members on the basis of their character, good mentality, leadership, and achieve¬ ment. There is an induction ceremony for all new mem¬ bers at which time they repeat the Beta pledge, re¬ ceive their certificate and a Beta Club pin. Each member pays $3.50 dues at the time of entrance and this is the extent of the fees charged. The motto of the Beta Club is " Let us Lead by Serving Others. " The colors are black and gold. The Beta is a non-profit organization. It has money-making projects each year to raise money to pay the fee charged by the County Club each year. It has been the decision of the Club in the years past to leave something to the school. If any profit is shown, this goes to the County Beta Club to promote further education after high school graduation. It is truly a great honor to be in the Beta Club because it proves to others and to yourself that you have excelled in school work, you have been a leader, your character habits are well developed, and that someday you will achieve your most de¬ sired goal in life: so Betas, " Let us Lead on by Serving Others.” First Row: Faye Tunstall, Martha Fuquay, Susan Judd, Shirley Jones, Freddie Engle, Nelia Adams, Fannie Bar¬ bour, Marie Thomas. Second Row : Linda Smith, Celeste Bullock, Marie Dupree, Berta Tunstall, Glen Pugh, Jimmy Buffaloe, Judy Holloway, Martha Gilbert, Carol Broad- well, Polly Woodward, Mrs. Joyner, Advisor. Third Rote: Winnie Coley, Kitty Lane Johnson, Mildred Ayscue, Phil¬ lip Kannan, David Woodlief, Donald Bullock, Bob Flem¬ ing, Jim Baker. Page Fifty-Eight Future Teachers of America The Future Teachers of America is a club con¬ sisting of students who have a desire to become teachers. Being a member of the Future Teachers during high school enables students to consider the possibilities of a teaching career and helps them to choose a particular vocation. The Future Teachers Club is organized on a national basis with chapters in the local schools. Each local chapter has its own officers and carries out its own business affairs. Our local chapter is the William E. Fleming chapter of the Future Teachers of America. Any student in the Sophomore, Junior, or Senior class is entitled to club membership if he has the proper qualifications and meets the standards of our local club. The qualifications and standards are as fol¬ lows: 1. the student must have a desire to become a teacher, or a desire to investigate that particular field, 2. the student must have an average of 85 on all subjects taken during high school, 3. the student must have good leadership qualities and high moral standards, 4. the student must be ap¬ proved by the local club president and sponsor and also the high school principal. The Future Teachers have many projects, but perhaps the major one is practice teaching. Through practice teaching the members are able to work in a classroom directly with students; therefore, they are better prepared to decide whe¬ ther or not teaching is the right career for them. Other projects of the Future Teachers are baby¬ sitting for P.T.A. meetings, decorating a float for the American Education Week parade, and serving as guides for Open House in the Senior High School building. First Row: Patricia Jones, Shirley Jones, Betsy Carden, Gloria Sherron, Jean Capps. Second Row: Bette Bulloch, Patricia Pruitt, Sarah Cannady, Myrtle Ragland, Martha Fuquay, Peggy Baker, Lucy Riley, Marie Thomas, Patsy Thomas, Fannie Barbour. Third Row: Pat Walls, Faye Evans, Berta Tunstall, Phyllis Sherman, Kenneth Earn¬ hardt, Dick Ellis, Mildred Ayscue, Nelia Adams, Marie Dupree, Mrs. Batts, Advisor. Page Fifty-Nine Marshals First Rote: Polly Woodward, Berta Tunstall, Nelia Adams, Kannan, Donald Bullock, J. D. Dean, Freddie Engle. Chief; Celeste Bullock, Faye Tunstall. Second Row. Phillip Librarians First Row. Faye Tunstall, Carol McLean, Parthenia Ly- nam, Faye Dennis, Marie Thomas, Linda Latham, Marie Smith, Sarah Capps. Second Row. Rickie Dunlap, Judy Smith, Barbara Upchurch, Annette Jones, David Senter, Page Sixty Faye Walker. Lucy Senter, Miss Southerland, Advisor. Third Rote: Betty Upchurch, Melinda Powell, Margaret Hinson, Jerry Johnson, Lawrence Stephenson, Judy Plea¬ sant. Mixed Chorus First Row: Diana Dale, Kay Lee, Cathie Smith, Cassie Powell, Tillie Adams, Bernda Sutton, Shirley Jones, Sarah Cannady, Betty Jane Carden, Nancy Turner, Barbara Al len, Judy Payne, Betty Upchurch, Barbara Dickens. Second Row: Gloria Sherron, Mary Ann Dawkins, Mar¬ garet Hinson, Carolyn Champion, Ellen Rowland, Me¬ linda Powell, Judy Smith, Annette Jones, Louise Bailey, Martha Barbee, Jackie Blanchard, Jayne Stephenson, Mar¬ tha Atkins, Barbara McCuIlock, Lucy Riley, Faye Dennis, Nina Callis, Linda Smith, Charlotte Humphries, Myrtle Ragland, Phyllis Sherman, Bonnie Currin, Deloris Brown. Third Row: Mr. Benson, Director; Kenneth Rowland, Dick Clayton, Luther Oliver, Roger Wagstaff, Raymond Wall, Donnie Mangum, Joe Stephens, Sherril Dean, Cal¬ vin Oliver, O. B. Pope, Jr., Kenneth Powell. Fourth Row: Jerry Upchurch, Robert Connor, Tom Tyndall, Johnny Bailey, William Dickens, David Bowden, Eddie Keith, Wallace Barbour, Floyd Keith, Jr., Bryant Tyndall, Wil¬ liam Stinson. Fuquay Springs Music Department The musical organizations of the school have, as in the past, participated in all student community activities both here and in surrounding areas. The school and community is justly proud of the recog¬ nition and reputation these groups have won for themselves here and throughout a large section of the state. The Falcon Band, well-known for its appearance and neatness, is also known for the fine showings musically in the district clinics and dis¬ trict contests. Members of this band have gone on to further their musical experience with college bands of their choice. Replacements are taken from the Junior Band which is comprised of students in grades six through eight and are admitted to the Falcon Band as their progress warrants. The High School Chorus, noted for their fine blend of voices and varied programs, have per¬ formed on many occasions for various civic groups. Although the Chorus does not have another group from which to draw replacements, it is able to maintain its musical quality through hard work and determination. The last notable group of the Music Department is the dance band, " The Carolinians,” formed as a school group for the training and entertainment of the group and those who have heard them play. The " Carolinians” stress dance rhythms with the best possible musical quality and are called upon to perform at many school, community and county functions. Page Sixty-One L MR. ED BENSON Director DONNA DICKENS High School FREDDIE ENGLE Drum Major PRISCILLA WILSON Head Majorette ANN TALLEY JUDY HOLLOWAY KATHY Dance Band First Row: Warren Jones, Jimmy Ashworth, Richard En¬ isle, George Bullock. Second Row: Maurice Weaver, Don- tld Bullock, Bobby Thomas, Larry Bennett, Bob Fleming, Ellis Powell. 3and First Row: Ann Tingen, Larry Dennis, Ella Wayne Russum, Nelia Adams, Kitty Johnson. Second Row: Polly Woodward, Richard Engle, William Wrenn, Linwood Daniel, Curtis Holleman, Butch Pleasant, Freddie Engle, Warren Jones, George Bullock, Freddie Hunt, Bob Stephens, Jimmy Ashworth. Third Row: Helen Stephens, Nancy Phelps, Larry Holleman, Bob Farabow, Ken Moore, Wesley Cotten, Linda Ayscue, Howard Brooks, Jimmy Williams, Jimmy Rector, Frances Powell, Larry Johnson, Thomas Stephenson, Phil Jones, Bobby Dickens, Max Spainhour, Bill Rogers, Kent Mangum, Robert Powell, Jerry McLean, Phillip Utley. Fourth Row: Robert Dale, Henry Bowling, Theron Adams, Reginald Shaw, Phil Powell, Bobby Thomas, Donald Bullock, Maurice Weaver, Larry Bennett, A1 Johnson, Jr., Lewis Love, Douglas Johnson, Newton Prince, Jr., Steve Smith, Johnnie Poe, Dickie Powell, Bob Brooks, J. R. Woodward, Jr., Ellis Powell, Bob Fleming. Fifth Row: Ruth Rowland, Donna Dickens, Nancy Thomas, Priscilla Wilson, Judy Holloway, Cheryl Adcock, Kathy Ann Talley, Judy Wagstaff, Skipper Phelps, Lawrence Stephenson, Mr. Benson, Director. French Club Ruby McLeod, Emma Yates. Third Row : Nelia Adams, Betty Sue Young, Linda Latham, Susan Judd, Betty Jane Carden, Rebecca Revels, Winnie Coley, Sue Ivey, Carol Broadwell, Joyce Vaughan. Barbara Up¬ church, Peggy Champion, Judy Holloway, Mrs. Joyner, Advisor. First Row : Martha Gilbert, Patsy Thomas, Peggy Baker, Rose Moore, Diana Dale, Berta Tunstall, Jean Capps, Jayne Stephenson, Martha Atkins, Polly Woodward, Celeste Bullock. Second Row: Claude Dupree, Glenn Pugh, Henry Shaw Hugh Buchanan, Henry Bunn, Jim Baker, Kenneth Bradley, Mildrea Ayscue, Helen Stephens, Martha Fuquay, Latin Club First Row : Sarah Capps, Silvia Barbour, Jo Ellen McLean, Charlotte Holland, Cathie Smith, Brenda Sutton, Sandra Taylor, Judy Pleasant, Phyllis Langdon, Patsy Stephens, Linda Smith, Sue Hillard, Jo Carol Hobgood, Jo Ann Payne, Betsy Thomas, Marcia Latham. Second Row: Lynn Stephenson, Rebecca Blackburn, Nancy Buffaloe, Martha Hunt, Nancy Holland, Betsy Rogers, Linda Ayscue, Margaret Hinson, Tillie Adams, Melinda Powell, Jerry Johnson, Nancy Mudge, Judy Godwin, Frances Currin, Delores Ogburn, Miranda Williams, Delores Tutor, Jane Page Sixty-Pour Alphine, Sarah Adams. Third Row: Edward James, Mrs. Haddock, Ad¬ visor; Jackie Holland, Bob Stephens, Calvin Oliver, Henry Bowling, A1 Johnson, Kenneth Earnhardt, Bobby O’Neal, Devon McLean, Richard Smith, William Wrenn. Dick Ellis, Norwood Pritchett Tony Currin, Richard Engle, Jimmy Tutor, Curtis Holleman, Lewis Love, George Bullock, Jerry Pore, Bob Brooks, Theron Adams, Jimmy Bulloch, David Senter, Tommy Cloer. Office Clerks Hr-st R°u’: tionnie Currin, Shirley Jones, Marie Thomas, Helen Betts, Bobbie Chisenhall, Margaret Vuncannon, Barbara Upchurch. Second Rou : Betsy Carden, Virginia Pearce, Marie Dupree, Celeste Bullock Peggy Baker, Carolyn Cook, Rebecca Revels, Louise Bailey. Bus Drivers Fim Row: Horace Bowling, Kenneth Rowland, Parthenia Lynam, Faye Dennis, George Lynam, William Stinson. Second Rou: Billy Brown, Fverett Hackney, Connie Stephenson, Wallace Barbour, Jackie Holland, Kenneth Humphries, Jerry Honeycutt, Jackie Coats. Page Sixty-Fire Future Homemakers of America First Row. Alice Walters. Jerry Johnson, Kathy Ann Talley. Second Ron Mrs. Farnell, Advisor. Mary Lou Olive. Betty Sue Young. Nancy Holland, Carol Broadwell, Charlotte Holland, Judy Smith. TOWARD NEW HORIZONS First Row. Mary Ann Spivey, Silvia Barbour, Frances Rogers, Char¬ lotte Holland, Judy Pleasant. Nancy Mudge, Jane Alphine. Jo Carol Hobgood, Donna Dickens, Sandra Fish, Ruth Rowland. Patsy Stephens. Judy Rowland, Jui y Wagstaff, Lynn Stephenson. Second Row. Gloria Sanders, Marie Betts, Mary Ann Dawkins, Sally Payne. Lillie Ruth Dupree, Kay Lee, Nancy Phelps, Barbara Goodwin, Faye Honeycutt, Sarah Capps, Cassie Powell, Cheryl Adcock, Linda Smith, Pat Adams, Nancy Thomas, Sarah Adams. Third Row. Linda Lucus, Betsy Thomas. Cynthia Stephenson, Rebecca Blackburn, Frances Ashley. Joyce Harper. Nancy Bufraloe, Judy Sherron, Delores Tutor, Barbara Dickens. Betty Upchurch, Nancy Turner, Martha Hunt, Betsy Rogers, Jo Ann Payne, Jean Sears, Lucinda Williams. Patsy Sherman. Peggy Harvell, Jo Ellen McLean, Judy Payne, Marv Ann Watkins, Silvia Wagner, Linda Rogers, Barbara Allen, Barbara McGee, Reid Robertson, Linda Welch. Future Farmers of America Learning to do, doing to learn. Earning to live, living to serve. OFFICERS Seated-. Jimmy Parker, Wade Vuncannon, Dickie Fish, Wallace Barbour. Standing : Mr. Hunt, Advisor; Jimmy Dickens, Mr. Up¬ church, Advisor. First Row: Donald Gray, Maurice Rowland, Lenwood Stephenson, Bobby Clayton, Frankie Sandy, Paul Barbour, Joe Coley, Jim Bulloch, Douglas Moore, Whitt I.awhorn, Ronnie Spivey, Kenneth Bowling, James Stancil, Joe Baker, Fletcher Woolard, Phil Williford. Second Row. Jimmy Stephenson, R. W. Holland, Bobby Clayton, O’Neal Stephenson, Bobby McGee, William Dickens, Wayne Wortham, George Francis, Phil Powell, Calvin Vuncannon, Mike Bury, Fred Farn, A. G. Hare. Lewis Barbour, Rickie Dunlap, Jimmy Buffaloe, Bobby Wortham. Third Row: David Bowden, Jerry Upchurch, Hugh Ogburn, Watt Rose, Colon Hobby, Billy Brown, Bobby Crabtree, Robert Connor, Bruce Lyles, Bruce Currin, Hu gene Truelove, Mickey Jones, Raymond Wall, Chet Hair, Haywood Sherron, Tony Currin, Ralph Smith, Jackie Rhodes. Ad ivtties at School. . . . in the library . . . in vocational home economics . . . in the school store Pafi; Sixty-Eight . . . in vocational agriculture the j u ta re. Page Sixty-Nine .prep a tu dents j or First Row : Mary Ann Watkins, Kenneth Earnhardt, A1 Johnson, Jr., Curtis Holleman, Jimmy Parker. Second Row: Jean Sears, Patsy Sher¬ man. Linda Welch, Delores Tutor, Linda Latham, Jo Ellen McLean, Lucinda William, Mrs. Baird, Advisor. Third Row : Bryant Tyndall, Dick Ellis, Warren Jones, Eddie Keith, Richard Engle, Donald Bullock, Lewis Love. Monogram Club First Row: Jerry Honeycutt, Jayne Stephenson, Myrtle Ragland. Jackie Coats. Second Row: Marie Thomas, Martha Barbee, Jackie Blanchard, Faye Dennis, Priscilla Wilson, Jo Ann Walker, Betty Sue Y ' oung, Carol Broadwell, Miranda Williams, Delores Ogburn. Third Row: Mr. Cayton, Advisor; Jim Baker, Bobby Gilmore, Luther Oliver, Devon McLean, Newton Prince, Jr., William Stinson, Jimmy Dickens. Fourth Row: Henry Bunn, Gloria Sherron, Donald Bullock, David Holland, Edgar Stephenson, Lin wood Daniel, George Bullock. Fifth Row: Mr. Jones, Advisor; Warren Jones, Eddie Ragan, Freddie Engle, Mickie Jones, Phillip Kannan, Curtis Holleman, Richard Engle. Rage Seventy r i i 1 f 1 f 1 flliKI P fi£gli stS Foreword to Athletics A sound athletic program is definitely a great part of every school curricu¬ lum. Every student is equally proud of his school’s achievements in the field of athletics. The faculty and alumni are also interested in their school’s athletics. An athlete is one who gives his time and effort to the sport that he loves. He is representing his school and helping the athletic program whether he wins or not. The physical strain an athlete endures is well rewarded when he comes off the field with a victory. To be a good athlete you must be in top physical con¬ dition. This is a good reason for having a good athletic program. It also teaches you self-control. If a person loses his temper he is liable to be thrown out of the game. Athletics teach you the true meaning of sportsmanship, co-operation, team¬ work and helps give you confidence in yourself. Athletics help us to be prepared to meet any obligation which might come our way. An athlete has experienced the thrills and enjoyment in athletics that he will always remember in life. JERRY HONEYCUTT Ch eerleaders BETTY SUE YOUNG f MARIE THOMAS MARTHA BARBEE MYRTLE RAGLAND Chief JACKIE BLANCHARD ■ JO ANN PAYNE CAROL BROADWELL LUCINDA WILLIAMS tv, Page Seventy-Three Football JERRY HONEYCUTT WARREN JONES LUTHER OLIVER EDGAR STEPHENSON First Row: Curtis Holleman, Bobby Gilmore, Eddie Rag¬ an, Linwood Daniel, Donald Bullock, Eugene Truelove, William Stinson, Bruce Lyles, Watt Rose. Second Row: George Bullock, Jimmy Dickens, Edgar Stephenson, Jackie Lewter, Luther Oliver, Chet Hair, Warren Jones, Mickey DONALD BULLOCK KENNETH BRADLEY fie EDDIE RAGAN Jones, Robert Brooks. Third Row: Jackie Coats, Kenneth Bradley, Jerry Honeycutt, Henry Shaw, Bobby Clayton, David Holland, Newton ' Prince, Devon McLean, Bill Rogers, Mr. Jones, Coach. Team Champions Page Seventy- fi ve DAVID HOLLAND JIMMY DICKENS §i§ Junior Varsity Football First Rote: Vernon Pruitt, Robert Powell, Phil Williford, Glenn Currin, Skipper Phelps, Rickie Dunlap, Freddie Hunt, Phillip Utley, Dickie Powell, Kenneth Powell, Howard Brooks. Second Row: Mr. Clayton, Coach; Jimmy Wil¬ liams, Joe Stephens, Lenwood Stephenson, Larry Coats, I.arry Senter, Bobby Dickens, Larry Williams, Bobby Clayton, Bob Stephens, Billy McLean, Jimmy Bulloch. MR. CAYTON MR. JONES Coaches Page Seventy-Six Page Seventy-Seven JO ANN WALKER Boys’ Basketball Team HUGH BUCHANAN RICHARD ENGLE FREDDIE ENGLE JERRY HONEY First Row : Nancy Phel Nancy Bu " : Judy Currin, Gayle Stancil, Judy Wagstaff, Gloria Sherron, Jo Ann Walker, Miranda Williams, Mary Ann Watkins, ielps. Second Row : Kay Lee, Priscilla Wilson, Virginia Pearce, Jayne Stephenson, Mrs. Medlin, Coach; Annette Jones, iffaloe, Alice Waters. Boys’ Basketball ■ • ' ■ m®.. iftjw. pal 1 Page Eighty First Row : Jerry Honeycutt, Phillip Kannan, Eugene Truelove, Freddie F.ngle, Dick Ellis. Richard Engle. Second Row: Dickie Fish, Hugh Buchanan, Henry Bunn, Mr. Jones, Coach; George Bullock, Henry Bowling, Jerry Talley. LUCY RILEY Homecoming Queen Homecoming Queen and Attendants Left to Right: Betsy Rogers, Barbara Morrison, Winnie Coley, Patricia J ones, Kathy Ann Talley, Patsy Page Eigbty-Two Most Attractive BONNIE CURRIN KENNETH BRADLEY Popular Most MARIE THOMAS WARREN JONES Best All Around POLLY WOODWARD BOBBY GILMORE . - ■’■■■■ Most Original JEAN CAPPS LUTHER OLIVER mo GLORIA SHERRON JERRY HONEYCUTT Most Athletic X. Most Likely to Succeed PATSY THOMAS DONALD BULLOCK Most Intellectual NELIA ADAMS PHILLIP KANNAN mm i „ i! n Mm i ONE IS ALREADY POVERTY STRICKEN WHOSE HABITS ARE NOT THRIFTY Let Us Help You Solve Your Thrift Problems Bank of fuquay " Home of Savers " We always pay the highest rate of interest paid by any bank. Insured by the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FUQUAY SPRINGS CARY Page Ninety-Four BAKER OIL COMPANY W. L. BAKER, Prop. Wholesale Dealer ESSO PRODUCTS Gasoline - Kerosene - Fuel Oil - Motor Oils - Greases Fuquay Springs, North Carolina YOUR FRIENDLY FORD-MERCURY DEALER You cannot beat a Ford or Mercury in PRICE, COMFORT, STYLING AND BEAUTY WAKE FARMERS COOPERATIVE, INC SEEDS — FEEDS — BABY CHICKS FUQUAY SPRINGS ' MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE " Remember, You Always Save At Belk ' s " HUDSON - BELK Page Ninety-Five WHERE ARE YOU GOING? In only o 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 advan¬ tages for a full and profitable life—the chance to live and work in a growing and porgressive area and to help build an even finer Carolina in the years ahead! GTiner Card " CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO. CURB SERVICE FOUNTAIN SERVICE BYRD ' S DRIVE-IN " Where the Red Bird Flies " YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT BYRD ' S Page Ninety-Six ' ' ) 1 Compliments of ! THE INDEPENDENT 1 L _ 1 1 ! APEX JOBBING CO. Wholesalers of Variety and Department Store Merchandise Manufacturer ' s Representative Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 348 Compliments of THE STYLE SHOP LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR " Style Without Extravagance " Fuquay Springs, N. C. r- - -—--- WILLOW SPRINGS INSURANCE AGENCY Fire - Automobile - Casulty Hospitalization - Bonds and Hail Insurance Phone 660-W ; Willow Springs, N. C. WOODWARD-ADAMS TASTEE-FREEZE COMPANY CONES - SHAKES - SUNDAES Dealers In of all flavors FERTILIZERS HOT DOGS — HAMBURGERS NITRATE OF SODA Fuquay Springs Phone 754 Phone 660-W Willow Springs, N. C. RAGLAND OIL CO. CURLS GROCERY SINCLAIR PRODUCTS AND MARKET Fuel Oil - Kerosene - Gasoline Choice Quality of Fuquay Springs, N. C. MEATS and GROCERIES Phone 534 We Deliver Phone 186 ! Prompt Delivery Metered Service Varina, N. C. , _ Page Ninety-Seven Compliments of BRADLEY LUMBER COMPANY Manufacturers of AIR DRIED LUMBER — ROUGH AND DRESSED J. P. Bradley Phone 44 Compliments of FUQUAY FURNITURE COMPANY The Home of Fine Furniture Phone 251 P. 0. Box 188 FUQUAY SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA A Complete Line of Home Furnishings Your Patronage Appreciated Open Nights by Appointments LYNWOOD T. STEPHENSON Wholesale Confections 505 North Ennis St. Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Compliments of GILBERT - SUGG FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE Day and Night Fuquay-Varina Phone 14 Page Ninety-Eight Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class of ' 58 mi hi i% % FOOD CENTER " For the finest in foods " Lockers - Cold Storage - Processing - Meat Curing _________ _ ___—j -- 7 BALLENTINE FARMS " Dairy Products Supreme " Lactic Acid - Homogenized - Pasteurized Chocolate - Buttermilk - Raw PHONE 72 Page Ninety-Nine t s Compliments of BIG TOP WAREHOUSE King Roberts Everette Clayton GOLD LEAF WAREHOUSE R. H. (Bob) Barbour Sherrill Akins SOUTH SIDE WAREHOUSE Joe W. Stephenson J. C. Adams LIBERTY WAREHOUSE P. L. (Buddy) Campbell NEW DEAL WAREHOUSE Wm. (Bill) Talley R. B. Talley A. R. Talley L. H. BECK, Sales Supervisor Page One Hundred JOHN C. ADCOCKS ' GROCERY Phone 470M1 Compliments of JACK SENTER Attorney at Law Compliments of JOHNSON ' S RECAPPING SERVICE CITY LIMIT SERVICE STATION | Ira Williford, Prop. Phone 526 Fuquay, North Carolina -----—-— - 1 Compliments of THE GROCERTERIA Phone 416 Fuquay Springs Compliments of ELMO COMPANY Fuquay Springs, North Carolina — Compliments of ROBERT A. COTTEN Attorney at Low —-—- Compliments of TILLEY BROS. BODY SHOP Phnne 600 P. 0. Box 7 Compliments of WRENN ' S INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 330-W ; 1173 Broad St. Varina ----- Compliments of ELECTRIC SALES SERVICE Angier, North Carolina Phone 3601 -- - Compliments of HONEYCUTT MILLING CO. Phone 298 Fuquay, North Carolina Compliments of ROGER ' S ESSO SERVICE Compliments of DR. STUART S. FRIEDMAN STEWART-MATTOX DEPARTMENT STORE Angier, North Carolina Phone 4801 - ---- Compliments of Compliments of MACKS ' 5 10 WEEKS FISH MARKET Friendly Self-Service Angier, North Carolina Page One Hundred One i HORSE BUGGY ; DRIVE-IN ! Curb Service Fountain Service l Sandwiches J Your Service Appreciated ASHWORTH ' S GULF SERVICE Washing - Polishing - Greasing Complete Car Road Service Fuquoy Springs Phone 64 Compliments of Compliments of DR. A. N. JOHNSON DR. J. R. EDWARDS, JR. OPTOMETRIST DENTIST — -—————-—■ Compliments of PROCTOR-BARBOUR COMPANY BYRD ' S FLOWER SHOP Flowers for all Occasions Compliments of Compliments of BROWN TOBACCO GLENN B. JUDD, M.D. COMPANY, Inc. Fuquay, North Carolina Page One Hundred Two HUDSON-BELK RALEIGH FUQUAY SPRINGS : WENDELL SMITHFIELD -— ——_____—------—I J. R. WOODWARD General Merchandise Groceries - Esso Products - Hardware JAMES E. COLEY, Manager j Phor e 660-J Willow Springs Page One Hundred Three — TWIN CITY RADIO APPLIANCE CO. " We service what we sell " Sylvania and Zenith TV Phone 1 89-W Fuquay, North Carolina Royal Crown COLA Compliments of PANTHER BRANCH WILLIAM B. OLIVER MILLING COMPANY Attorney at Law Willow Springs, North Carolina . j Compliments of Compliments of FUQUAY THEATER THOMAS J. BRIDGES Good Movies for Everyone Plumbing - Heating — -- — - 1 ---- - - —------ Compliments of SAUL ' S BAR-B-Q Hwy. 401 Best Wishes From THE PLEASANT SHOP Angier, North Carolina Phone 4261 --- WATKIN ' S SERVICE Crown Gas and Oil Phone 363 Duncan Hwy. FUQUAY GROCERY Feeds - Atlantic Gas Oil Panther Lake Road WAKE-HARNETT COUNTY LINE SERVICE STATION Hwy 401 South Fuquay KAY ' S BEAUTY SHOP Kaye Broadwell, Proprietor Phone 662-J Compliments of VARINA WHOLESALE BUILDERS SUPPLY Varina, North Carolina Page One Hundred Four You are always welcome at the H H GRILL STEAKS - CHICKEN - SANDWICHES HOT DOGS - HAMBURGERS - BARBECUE Curb Service One and a half miles north of Fuquay-Varina, U. S. 401 J. P. HONEYCUTT Compliments of KING ' S DRIVE-IN HOT DOGS — HAMBURGERS Curb Service U. S. 401 Compliments of WAKE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Compliments of RANSDELL BROS. Men ' s and Boy ' s Furnishings EDNA ' S INCORPORATED Shoes for the Entire Family Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Phone 514 Page One Hundred Five Compliments of SMITH-BUICK COMPANY “When better cars are built, BUICK builds them. " PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY RALEIGH, N. C. PARKER FURNITURE STORES Raleigh, North Carolina Complete Home Furnishings KELVINATOR and MAYTAG Electrical Appliances G. E. Radios Fuquay Springs Varina i_ THE CAPITAL COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Page One Hundred Six i m mEPtr ' -i (. jteTar :•:• s %p.‘_- s |j JOHNSON ' S DRUG STORE REXALL DRUGS " The Store of Personal Service " Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Woodrow Johnson, Proprietor Phone 109 Compliments to Class of 1958 BANK OF VARINA A HOME FOR HOME PEOPLE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation VARINA, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Seven AGNES BEAUTY SHOP Distinctive Styling AGNES CRABTREE PAULINE HOCKADAY Phone 511 Fuquay, North Carolina Compliments of ADAMS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Fuquay-Varina Durham DUROSTONE HOMES READY MIX CONCRETE ; H. J. STEPHENS Groceries - Farm Supplies 1 Feeds - Fertilizers Hardware Esso Products Phone 414-J Willow Springs MACK ' S RITE-WAY Super Market Quality Groceries and Western Meat Fresh Vegetables — Frozen Foods Fuquay Springs Phone 166 Mack Stephens, Prop. ' i ---- ■ Compliments of A. T. STEPHENSON ' Willow Springs, North Carolino YOUNG ' S INSURANCE AGENCY Angier, North Carolina i hone 4391 Res. 4314 ROY W. YOUNG, Owner Compliments of COTTENS FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishings | Fuquay and Varina DICKENS ' INSURANCE AGENCY Personal Service —PHONES— ; Bus. 635 Res. 196-R 112 W. Depot Street ! Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Page One Hundred Eight •V mt ' tirj-t t ur t 4 i ' 1UU V ■ -j£L R. E. PRINCE L. A. MUDGE Insurance For Every Need PRINCE, MUDGE POWELL Phone 122 Fuquay Springs, North Carolina REX G. POWELL P. K. HONEYCUTT MITCHELL CHEVROLET ! COMPANY Your CHEVROLET Dealer for twenty-five years Page One Hundred Nine Music — News — Sports — Drama WFVG Fuquay-Varina — Angier Featuring the Top 40 10 1460 On Your Dial 1000 Watts Compliments of TOM ASHWORTH Distributor of GULF OIL PRODUCTS Quality Recapping of Tires Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 626 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE E. 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