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

 - Class of 1963

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AGRICULTURE Footprints on The Sands of Time, BUILDING. MUSIC BUILDING HOME ECONOMICS GYMNASIUM BUILDING. 4 At Fuquoy Springs High School Fuquoy Springs , North Carolina are presented to you, the students, in this nineteen hundred and sixty- three edition of the Greenbriar. It is the desire of the staff that you find an accurately-depicted cross-section of this school year. We sincerely hope that you can find between these covers your own Footprints. Table of Contents STUDIES ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS CLASSES ADVERTISEMENTS 5 Dedication It is with deep appreciation and gratitude that we, the senior class, dedicate this nineteen hundred and sixty-three edition of the Greenbriar to one who has taken interest in our individual rights and prob¬ lems. To one who has freely given time, advice, and friendship, we say thank you. To you, MR HAROLD ELLEN, we dedicate our annual. Billy Eatmon brushes up on his vocabulary in Junior English. Seniors David Vance and Candy Harris explore the world of books. Sally Cozart pantomines the application of eye make-up in Dramatics. The field of English encompasses a wide range of areas. Beginning with English I and continuing through English IV, Fuquay students explore gram- mer, practice creative writing, read the works of literary masters from all over the world, and gain a good speaking vocabulary in their home language. A Dramatics class and a Public Speaking class have been added to our English department this year. Dwight Flanagan, a freshman, seeks advice from Mrs. Haddock. 8 Social Studies David Stephens and David Howard learn from posters in World History. Julia Aiken, Bobby Roberts, and Ann Judd admire an economics bulletin board on the influence of the stock market. VH III f Frantic first period in American History. Every graduate of Fuquay is required to com¬ plete four social study courses. The courses offered at Fuquay are North Carolina History for eighth- graders, World History for Sophomores, a television course in United States History for Juniors, Economics- Sociology for Seniors, and a combined course of Geography and Government for any student in high school. Through these courses the students are ex¬ posed to the past, present, and future. Two geography students, Janie Bowling and Richard Horton, read and ask questions. 9 Mathematics Jane Smith explains a trigonometry problem to the class. Seeking to prepare its students for the ex¬ tensive opportunities now open in mathematics, Fuquay High School offers courses which fa¬ miliarize students with the principles and prac¬ tical application of math. Math is studied in forms ranging from General math to Trigonom¬ etry. For business-minded students, business arithmetic is also offered. Division of trinomials in Algebra II poses a problem for Ellen Fish and James Payne. Jennifer Ashworth and Craig Bullock prove triangles congru¬ ent in plain geometry. What a quandary! Freddie Morris strikes a typical pose in Algebra I. 10 Joyce Pope, John Daniel Smith, Jimmy Meadows, and Ann Motley testing theories, hypothesis, and laws. “Oscar” comes in handy in Biology, as shown by Mary Tingen and Donald Tudor. Science General Science students Karl Busick and Donna Williams observe the effects of a deficiency of milk products. Students at Fuquay High are being chal¬ lenged in the world of science in laboratory classrooms such as General Science, biology, chemistry, and physics. They disect insects, work with electricity and peek in test tubes— all building on previous knowledge to explore the fascinating unknown. They are very proud of their well equipped chemistry and biology laboratories. Michael Cotten concentrates on a physics problem. 11 Foreign Languages Larry Coats increases his Latin vocabulary. The language lab aids students in the study of foreign language. By studying the language of other coun¬ tries, we not only learn how to communi¬ cate with the people, but we also learn much about them. We study about their customs, their laws, and government, their dress, and their religious beliefs. At Fu- quay, a student may take either two years of Latin or two years of French. French students gain a knowledge of the defects in their speech through the language lab¬ oratory. Don McCauley and Joan Ashworth ask, “Qui est-ce?” French II students “chantent en francais.” 12 Business Education Have you ever thought that you might like to be a typist, a clerk, or a private secretary? Because these three are essen¬ tial in the world of business, good jobs can always be found; however, in order to get a good job you must be not only good but an expert. Here at Fuquay High, courses in Typing I and II, shorthand, bookkeeping, business arithmetic, and practice in operating business machines are offered to students entering the field of business. I I I Priscilla Mize efficiently operates the mimeograph machine. Margaret McGee and Judy Jones practice their shorthand. Mrs. Ellington advises her students how to keep a neat and accurate account in bookkeeping. Students increase their typing ability in Typing II. 13 Sunny Owens, Elaine Jackson, Mary Fleming, and Donna Eason prac¬ tice personal grooming. Vocational Home Economics A high school girl’s dream of becoming a homemaker will soon be a reality, so among our school’s most functional courses is home economics. This year the girls have brand new facilities in which to learn the arts of sewing, practical eti¬ quette, interior decoration, personal groom¬ ing, and of course cooking. Girls take Vocational Home Economics in their freshman and sophomore years. Two years must be taken in order to receive credit for the course The new display case is admired by Grace Yancey and Jane Trull. Mrs. Famell often lectures to her classes. Linda Honeycutt and Martha Burt learn the arts of decorating. 14 Vocotionol Agriculture All boys interested in Vocational Agri¬ culture are even more interested in it this year because of the new building. The boys are very proud of their build¬ ing, and are taking care of it very well. The boys learn the principles and appli¬ cations of farm mechanics, and rural leadership through class instruction and demonstrations. The boys also gain much experience through their F.F.A. activities. Two years are required for the course. Second year boys learn the correct way to care for shrubbery. Senior boys transplant a shrub in the front of their new building. Mr. Hunt lectures in the classroom. Practice teachers demonstrate the wood-cutting machine. 15 Oh, listen to those bones crack! Ninth grade girls and boys leam calisthenics in Physi¬ cal Education. They play in the gym and outdoors. Through these activities they learn to work and play together. In the classroom these students learn health. The body, its organs and their functions, the blood and its circulation, are just a few of the subjects studied by them. Health and Physical Education The results of physical fitness are demonstrated. Mrs. Medlin explains the importance of the heart in blood circulation. Jumping rope this way proves strenuous exercise! 16 ADMINISTRATION ' • » 0 1112 ,3 . it ls 17 18 20 . 23 24 25 26 27 • ' 29 3031 17 MR. E. N. FARNELL Principal Someone has said that life deals with man, in such a manner that oftentimes he feels as if he were in a cage; that he cannot escape from the demands, restriction and conformity of society and life Perhaps you have had this feeling as a child, as a student, or a young adult seeking your proper place in society. The story is told that some monkeys were taken to a zoo and placed in a cage with no top. They were all alike except that two of them could fly. One day, as they were sitting in the sun, one of them said, “I wish we could get out of here.” “Then why don’t we fly out,” said the other; whereupon they flew away. The men at the zoo observed them flying away and one said, “If we had put them in a cage with a top on it, we would have had a good thing here at the zoo.” Have you looked recently to see if there is a top on your cage? Should you sit idly by and accept being caged, you’ll never develop to your potential as a citizen in a democratic society nor find your place as “one made in the image of God.” The world waiting to greet you is divided into two idological camps. One, the Communists, is attempting to cage mankind. They would place a top on your cage and destroy God’s Image. The other, Democracy, recognizes the dignity of the individual and would free man from his cage. It will give you the freedom to glorify God ' s Image. You are fortunate that the latter is your heritage and that you have the privilege of preserving this heritage through hard work, vigilance, and truth. James Russell Lowell says: “Once to every man and nation comes the moment to decide; In the strife of Truth and Falsehood, for the good or evil side.” 18 MRS. BETTY ASHWORTH Secretary MISS RUTH CARROLL Treasurer Office Personnel MISS LINDA BECKWITH Office Clerk bank of fuquay • ,«. (p OCTOBER 19 High School MRS. JOY AVERETT English, Tenth Grade Home Room MISS RUTH CARROLL Business Education, Eleventh Grade Home Room MR. HAROLD ELLEN Biology, Tenth Grade Home Room MRS. DORIS ELLINGTON Math, Business Educa¬ tion, Twelfth Grade Home Room MRS. GLADYS FARNELL Home Economics MR. EDWIN GRAHAM Social Studies, Ninth Grade Home Room MR. WILLIAM GRAHAM Physics, Math, Tenth Grade Home Room MRS. LUCILLE HADDOCK Latin, English, Ninth Grade Home Room MRS. JO ANN HARDISON Math, Tenth Grade Home Room MR. FRED HUNT Agriculture 20 Faculty MRS. MITCHELL LAWRENCE Guidance Counselor MR. FRED MANLEY Agriculture MRS. SAVONNE MEDLIN Health and Physical Education, Ninth Grade Home Room MR. JAMES PAGE Band MRS. JEANNE SHAW English, Dramatics, Ninth Grade Home Room MR. ROBERT SMITH Chemistry, General Science, Eleventh Grade Home Room MISS ELEANOR SOUTHERLAND High School Librarian MR. W. D. SUTTON English, French, Eleventh Grade Home Room MR. HARRY TURNER Social Studies, Twelfth Grade Home Room MRS. JO CAROLE WILLSON English, Twelfth Grade Home Room 21 Mrs. Averette and Mrs. Willson discuss records for their classes. Mrs. Ellington and Miss Carroll chat with each other. Mrs. Famell makes her own coffee. Mr. Hunt and Mr. Manley enjoy their spacious office. Miss Southerland aids Mr. Turner and Mrs. Ed Graham in finding a book. o Mr. Sutton works with the language lab controls. Mr. William Graham and Mrs. Hardi¬ son compare their knowledge of Algebra I. Mr. Ellen and Mr. Smith observe an acid and its properties. 90 School Board DR. WILEY H. COZART Chairman Left to right: Mr. Fred Callis, Mr. B. W. Holland, Dr. Wiley Cozart, Mr. Whalon Baker, and Mr. Marvin Stevens. 23 Elementary MRS. MARGUERITE AKINS Sixth Grade MRS. JOAN BASS Music MRS. CAVELLE BATTEN Seventh Grade MRS. KATHERINE BRIGMAN Third Grade MRS. MAJORIE BRITT Seventh Grade MRS. AUDREY CAYTON First Grade MR. HOWARD CAYTON Seventh Grade MRS. MABEL COUNCIL Seventh Grade MRS. PATSY W. ELLEN Sixth Grade MRS. MARY P. FISH Fourth Grade MRS. LARUE M. GOODMAN Eight Grade MISS BEVERLY HENSLEY Third Grade MRS. HELEN HOLLAND Fifth Grade MISS TINY SUE HOLLAND Second Grade MRS. MYRTLE HOPSON Fifth Grade 24 Faculty MRS. ELIZABETH HUNT First Grade MRS. HELEN M. JONES Second Grade MRS. JANE C. JONES Second Grade MR. THOMAS H. JONES Health and Phys. Ed., Eighth Grade Homeroom MRS. BETTY S. MATTHEWS Eighth Grade mrs. willa McCauley Fourth Grade MRS. RUTH A. PRINCE Fourth Grade MRS. KATIE RAGAN Sixth Grade MRS. KATE RUSSUM Third Grade MRS, MARGARET SMITH Elementary Librarian MR. JASPER THARRINGTON Eighth Grade MRS. FRANCES P. TINDAL Third Grade MRS. CATHERINE TUTOR Sixth Grade MISS LOLA WATSON First Grade MRS. MAMIE WEIR Fifth Grade ' lb Lunchroom Staff Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Guthrie, Mrs. Mize, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Bowling, Mrs. Smith Mrs. Driver, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Beckwith. 26 27 ELIZABETH ENGLE Editor MRS. DORIS ELLINGTON Advisor Green brior ELIZABETH ENGLE . Editor LEIGH JOHNSON. Assistant Editor MICHAEL COTTEN Business Manager BOBBY ROBERTS Co-Advertising Manager MARY OLIVE JOHNSON Co-Advertising Manager LARRY ADAMS Club Editor DIANE PRINCE. Feature Editor ANN JUDD Art Editor FORREST COUNCIL Sports Editor GLORIA WELCH Typist LINDA SAUNDERS . Typist SANDRA STEPHENS . Typist JEWELL BLANCHARD Typist PRISCILLA MIZE. Typist RACHEL BETTS Typist BECKY CAPPS Senior Editor GALEN ELLIOTT Junior Editor MELINDA STEVENS Sophomore Editor DWIGHT FLANNAGAN Freshman Editor ROBBY ROBERTSON Photographer TOMMY BENNETT Photographer MRS. DORIS ELLINGTON . Advisor Elizabeth Engle, Michael Cotten, Leigh Johnson, Tommy Ben¬ nett, Robby Robertson, Mary Olive Johnson, and Bobby Roberts leave to sell their annual ads. 28 LEIGH JOHNSON MICHAEL COTTEN Assistant Editor Business Manager Staff of 1963 Galen Elliott, Larry Adams, Melinda Stev¬ ens, Dwight Flanagan, Forrest Council, Ann Judd, Becky Capps, and Diane Prince look at layout book and pictures. Priscilla Mize, Gloria Welch, Sandra Steph¬ ens, Linda Saunders, Rachel Betts, and Jewell Blanchard type all copies for the annual. 29 FORREST COUNCIL President The Student Council is an organization of students elected by their classmates to serve as official student representatives in all important matters concerning the entire school. Most clubs and each class elect a repre¬ sentative. The four officers become members of the Administrative Committee. Each year the Student Council sponsors the elections, Orientation Day for new freshmen, dances, and a money-making project. This year they sold stickers with a falcon emblem on it. During the late summer, a few members went to Elon College for a workshop. They brought home many new ideas. The Council also sponsors “victory” weeks for football games. Student The Student Council hold their induction ceremony in assembly. Diane Ellis, Gloria Welch, Sunny Owens, Michael Cotten, Leigh Johnson, and A1 Eat- mon serve the Student Council well. 30 Don McCauley, vice-president, Ann Judd, treasurer, Forrest Council, president, Ellen Fish, secretary, Clara Mincy, sergeant- at-arms. Council Don McCauley shows Jessalyn Allen, Anna Adams, and Brenda Saunders the report from the Student Council Workshop held at Elon College. The Homecoming Dance. 31 Beta Club Members of the Beta Club. The Fuquay Springs Chapter of the National Beta Club admits juniors and seniors on the basis of a 3.3 quality point average. To remain in the club a member must maintain a 3.1 average. Each member pays his dues when he enters the club. Beta Club members sponsor service projects. Each spring the Betas attend the State Convention. A few representatives attend the monthly meetings of the Wake County Council of Beta Clubs. Every member participates, because we know that we can lead by serving others. Jerry Bradley, president, Robby Robertson, secretary, Tommy Bennett, treasurer, and Gloria Welch, student council rep¬ resentative serve as officers this year. Mrs. Willson is the sponsor. Larry Vaughn, Diane Prince, William Wright, Jayne Holle- man, and Linda Saunders look at their Beta Club journals. 32 Marshals An essential part of Fuquay’s annual baccalaureate and gradu¬ ation exercises were the marshals, with their traditional attire and green sashes. Due to a tie between the top two students, these two served as co-chief marshals. In addition, there were eight other students, all chosen according to their academic standing. The mar¬ shals, in general, keep the exercises running smoothly. Left to right: Elizabeth Engle, Forrest Council, co-chiefs, Jane Smith, Jerry Bradley, Diane Prince, Robby Robertson, Ann Judd, Larry Vaughn, Julia Aiken, Tommy Bennett. Forrest Council and Elizabeth Engle serve as co-chief marshals. 33 Future Teachers of America F.T.A. members walk over to the elementary grades to help the teachers and gain some valuable experience. . — HENCE Officers are, Brenda Williford, president, Jew¬ ell Blanchard, treasurer, Phyllis Johnson, sec¬ retary, and Su nny Owens, student council representative. The Future Teachers of America is a club organized on a national basis with state, county, and local clubs. Its purpose is to stimulate the interest of qualified students into becoming teachers. The organization sponsors Teacher Appreciation Week, during which each teacher receives an apple, a flower, and help from the future teachers. This work provides help and experi¬ ence for everyone. Brenda Williford reads to Mrs. Hopson’s fifth graders. 34 Monogram Club Organized to stimulate school spirit and promote good sports¬ manship, the Monogram Club is composed of students who have been awarded a varsity letter in any major sport or as a manager. The members may be spotted by their lettered jackets and sweaters. Each year the Monogram Club manages the concession stand at the football and basketball games. Only by hard and sincere work can this club exist as such in future years. V.+ Monogram Club members listen to a talk on sportsmanship by Jerry Bradley. Bobby Roberts, president, Jane Smith, secretary-treasurer, and Steve Ashworth, student council representative discuss their plans with other members. 35 Science Club Members of the Science Club listen to Mr. Smith, their sponsor. The Science Club is composed of students who have a great interest in the field of science. These students enter projects in the annual Science Fair held in the spring. The sponsor is Mr. Smith. The junior class has many members interested in science. Tony Spainhour lines up his bus along with the others. Bus Drivers All bus drivers at Fuquay Springs High School are members of the Bus Drivers Club. They maintain safety and good conduct on our school buses. Mr. Farnell is the sponsor. Bus drivers must fill out a bus report each day. 36 Latin Club The Latin Club consists of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Mrs. Haddock is the sponsor. All students who are taking or have taken Latin are members of the Latin Club. They are represented on the Student Council. Mrs. Haddock sponsors the club. Library Club Miss Southerland sponsors the Library Club. Students who will work in the library and who are interested in library work are members. They gain much experience through their work. Members get the books ready for the shelves. Books are read and admired by these members. 37 One of the largest organizations in the high school is the F.H.A. All girls who are taking or have taken Home Economics are eligible. During the year, the girls attend county, district, and state rallies. This year the girls are having a party, with “Winter Wonderland” as the theme. In the spring, we will show off our new building at our tea for our parents. This organization is beneficial to all of its members. These girls are truly looking “Toward New Horizons.” Sophomore members of the F.H.A. The F.H.A. also has junior and senior members. Future Homemakers of America Our new members, the freshmen. F.H..A. officers, left to right: Linda Olive, Diane Ellis, Mary Fleming, Paulette Welch, Elizabeth Powell, president , Sandra Myatt, Katie Olive, and Brenda Saunders. 38 F.F.A. officers, left to right: Larry Coats, president, Ricky Stuart, Jimmy Dupree, Tom¬ my Hilliard, Simpson Currin, Carl Reagan and Donald Powell. ’ F F A °T1 takin , g culture are eligible to be members of the every phased (am fc ' “ ° leam doi ”S ' ' » P™™ v „„rTl!! ) F ' F ' A u partic i pates 1 1x1 the annual livestock show. This year the boys have a brand new building. These facilities help Mr. Hunt and Mr. Manley in their teaching. Each spring the F.F.A. has a Father-Son Banquet. The F F A Sweetheart is presented at this banquet. Much work is put into this event. Freshman members of F.F.A. Future Formers of America The F.F.A. also has junior and senior members. Sophomore members of F.F.A. 39 40 BAND Fuqua y Springs High School Bond Fuquay Springs has long been noted for its high school band. Our band has well represented our school and community at numerous parades and contests. Its members are careful to see that the utmost is done to preserve this reputation that has been established. Due to the tireless efforts of the Band Boosters Club last year, the band was able to get new uniforms. These still look very nice this year. The band presents half-time entertainment at the football games. They present several concerts during the year, including a lawn concert. Five factors make the band a good one (1) talent (2) an excellent director (3) determination (4) a modem music building which provides a pleasing atmosphere and adequate room for equipment (5) Band Boosters Club. Band is considered a regular course and members are graded as in other subjects. OFFICERS MR. PAGE Director 41 Donee Bond Saxophones: Steve Ashworth, David Holleman, Karl Busick, Tony Painter, James Rhodes, Jerry Bradley. Trumpets: Mike Seawell, Gerry Rogers, Ricky Lipscombe, Brent Jones, Jerrel Olive. Trombones: Michael Cotten, Bobby Armstrong, Vann Rollins. Drums: Craig Bullock Piano: Mary Olive Johnson. These are the senior members of the band. Not pictured are the senior majorettes. Judy Sephens crowns Becky Capps Homecoming Queen. 42 4T ’ ' Bl r |mb j Left to right: Diane Prince, Gloria Welch, Ellen Fish, Becky Capps, Jenifer Ashworth. Majorettes These girls add much color and pep to our band. They march at games and in parades. At concerts, they pass out pro¬ grams and serve as ushers. DIANE PRINCE Head Majorette GAYE ELLIOTT Head Color Guard Color Guard The Color Guard leads the band. These girls carry the American flag, the state flag, the Confederate flag, and the school flag. Mildred Beasley, Margaret McGee, Gaye Elliott, Jane Geddie, Kay Cox, Betsy McCauley. 43 Chorus An addition to our faculty this year is a new music teacher. She teaches piano and chorus. Chorus is taught during activity period each day, and students are graded as in other subjetcs. HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS. MRS. BASS Director 44 SANDRA MYATT Accompanist 45 Left to Right: Larry Francis, Jimmy Stephenson, James Payne, Dwight Flanagan, Richard Horton, Craig Bullock, Stuart Hair, Jerry Bradley, Michael Cotten, Phil McLean, John Daniel Smith, Jimmy Atkins, Craig Jones, Jimmy Ashley. Second Row: Coach Jones, Tony Painter, The boys fight very hard to score that touchdown. 46 Uli f Y ' Q " l A. Us rn m r zf Simpson Currin, Jerry Holland, Johnny Smith, Bob McAuliffe, Danny Owens, Jan Callis, Gene Barbour, Wesley Smith, Billy Eatmon, Ricky Stuart, Paul Cox, Andy Jones, Coach Ellen. Football Jimmy Stephenson, Jerry Bradley, and Michael Cotten look at the face on Tony Painter’s cast. Our hard fighting seniors! 47 J. V. Football First Row: James Rhodes, Levon Talton, Tommy Harris, Dan Honeycutt, David Halleman, Danny Lewter, Fred Honeycutt, David Campbell, Jimmy Holland, Danny Hair. Second Row: Bobby Morton, Jimmy Powell, Jim McLean, William Howard, John Asycue, Cliff Fish, Rodney Smith, Tim Seawell, Sandy Myatt, Karl Busick. Third Row: Mr. Ed Graham, assistant coach, Jimmy Avery, Phillip Howard, Fred Smith, Monroe Underwood, Rex Horton, Jeff Daniels, Chuck Jones, Dan McAuliff, Mr. Howard Cayton, Coach. Wonder what’s being said in that huddlel 48 Cheerleaders JANE SMITH ANN MOTLEY PAULETTE WELCH Senior members of the squad. BECKY ARRINGTON JOYCE STRICKLAND JAYNE HOLLEMAN JUDY JONES Head Cheerleader JULIA AIKEN SYLVIA BURROUGHS 49 Girls ' Basketball Left to right: Dell Russum, Jane Geddy, co-captain; Joyce Pope, co-captain; Gloria Grantham, Cheryl Porter, Kay Cox, Donna Williams, Judy Smith, Barbara Wood, Sue Spivey, Ann Vaughn, Susan Honeycutt, Grace Yancey, Kaye Grantham, Rosemary McLean, Sandra Myatt, Jesslyn Allen, manager; Coach Ed Graham, and Mary Tingen, manager. Not pictured: Gaye Elliott. 50 “Starting Six” Girls scrimmage at afternoon practice. Our girls always put up a good fight. i Practice makes perfect. An all-important game with our rival Selma. 51 Boys’ Basketball Left to right: Pate Fish, Bobby Roberts, Forrest Council, Larry Francis, Billy Eatmon, Simpson Currin, Danny Cotten, Boyd Mills, Jimmy Atkins, Walter Blackburn, Coach Harold Ellen, and Donald Tudor, manager. Not pictured: Lethco Wrenn, Don McCauley, and Joe Liles. Tip it our way, Forrest! Too late, boys. He’s already up there! Where’s the ball? 53 Baseball Left to right: Wilbur Ogbum, Richard Horton, Jimmy Atkins, Ricky Stuart, John Daniel Smith, Billy Eatmon, Mr. Tommy Jones, coach; Pate Fish, Lethco Wrenn, Paul Cox, Gene Barbour, and Wesley Smith. Mr. Jones demonstrates the proper way to hold a bat. Ricky Stuart gives a few pointers to his fellow teammates. 54 Track Wesley Smith, Craig Bullock, Richard Horton, James Payne, and John Smith sprint for that long run. Larry Adams enjoys pole-vaulting. 55 Coaches MR. TOMMY JONES- ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Football, Baseball, Basketball MRS. SAVONNE MEDLIN Cheerleader Sponsor MR. HAROLD ELLEN Boys Basketball, Track, Football MR. EDWIN GRAHAM Girls Basketball, J.V. Football MR. HOWARD CAYTON J.V. Football and Basketball, Track 56 57 Senior Class - Officers LARRY ADAMS President JUDY JONES . Secretary LINDA SAUNDERS Vice-President JAYNE HOLLEMAN Treasurer 58 1963 GENE BENNETT BARBOUR “Girls here 1 am, chase me. " I am, chase me. y rcr --- , " ' ' 6 " " What oare ui gf ? u ij)£ ?T dL HNNY BARBOUR " What oare Lwh cp L can rest, kill time, s s4rji Jr litf atus ' best. " LARRY LEE ADAMS “Shoot a mile! " JULIA MANN AIKEN " A tender heart, a will inflexible.” REBECCA ANNE ARRINGTON " She would rather talk with a man than an angel any day.” WILLIAM ROBERT BECKWITH “A jolly disposition adapts itself to all.” 59 RACHEL MARIE BETTS “She tries to do her duty the very best she can.” JOHN THOMAS BENNETT “A faithful friend is a strong defense. " JAN RICHARD CALLIS “Don’t take life seriously; you’ll never leave it alive.” HARRY SAMUEL BRINKER “The light that lies in a woman’s eyes has been my chief undoing.” JEWELL ANN BLANCHARD “Ready and willing, most capable too, always on hand her part to do.” JERRY MAC BRADLEY " When he will, he will! And you may depend on it. " 60 SUSAN ROWLAND CALLIS “A ring on her finger is better than two on the telephone.” BECKY SUE CAPPS “She loves to talk, she loves to sing; in fact, she loves ‘bout everything.” LARRY LOVE COATS “When once the Great Scorer comes to mark against your name, He writes not whether you won or lost, but how you played the game.” JERRY EARL COATS “Good nature and good sense go hand in hand.” MICHAEL AVENT COTTEN " Education and character are the stones on which one builds his future.” 61 FORREST MATTHEW COUNCIL “Versatility, dependability, and leader¬ ship-such a personality foretells success. " ELIZABETH ANN ENGLE “Always smiling, always neat, forever nice, forever sweet. " JUDSON CLARK GUY “A quiet and pleasant nature.” MARY BARBARA FLEMING " You can never show better than as your own natural self.” MARILYNE CANDACE HARRIS “Nobody makes up my mind but me.” LARRY STEPHENSON FRANCIS “I may be a long fellow, but I’m not a poet.” 62 JAYNE ELLIS HOLLEMAN “She is good as she is fair.” ELLEN DALE INSCORE “Soft words turn away wrath.” MELBA ROSALYN HOLLEMAN “Whatever I have tried to do in my life, I have tried to do well.” BARBARA JEAN INSCORE “Thy modesty is a candle, so thy merit.” DORSEY ARTHUR JACKSON, JR. “Happy-go-lucky, fancy free; nothing there is that bothers me.” EMILY PEARI. JOHNSON “Joy is the sweet voice.” 63 PHYLLIS ANN JOHNSON “A loyal heart, a peaceful mind, a better friend you’ll never find.’’ RICHARD AIKEN JOHNSON " To hurry and worry is not my creed, things will happen so what’s the need.” ANDREW HARDY JONES " Never put off until tomorrow what you can put off until day after tomorrow.” ROGER LEE JONES, JR. " No man’s defects sought he to know, so never made himself a foe.” LARRY JAMES JONES " Written on his face by nature’s hand are these two words; A gentleman!” JUDY KATHERIN JONES “Filled to the brim with girlish glee.” 64 SARAH JANE JONES " Little strokes fell great oaks. " BILLY RAY MANSHACK " Quiet and reserved, sincere and true. " ANN GOSS JUDD " A good mind possesses a kingdom.” PRISCILLA KEITH MIZE " She is one of those that you can trust to do a job, and do it well.” BRYANT EDWARDS KEITH " It does not pay to worry; the world looks better from behind a smile.” MABEL KING McGEE " A quiet and unassuming nature. " 65 ( 4 I . I ELLIE MARGARET McGEE " The smile on her face is but a reflection of the feeling in her heart.” LARRY ALLEN McLAURIN " Always in earnest and does his best.” DEWEY CALVIN OGBURN " Happy I am, from care I am free! Why aren’t they all contented like me?” WORTH THURMAN NASH " The true worth of a man is his character.” 66 PHILLIP MONROE McLEAN " Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self- control.” JERREL WESLEY OLIVE " A kindness is never lost.” MARTHA ANNETTE POWELL “I must talk and lauvh or life would be empty.” ANTHONY DE VON PAINTER “A rare good fellow with a deep love in his heart for his friends.” MARY DIANE PRINCE “Small of stature, full of fun, makes her liked by everyone.” BOYD VAUGHAN PAYNE, JR. “Think of the future, make the best of the present, and forget the past.” JOHN ROBERT PRUITT “A friendly boy with a heart most gay.” 67 LINDA FRANCES SAUNDERS " Here’s to a girl with a heart and a smile that makes the bubble of life worth¬ while.” MILTON HENRY ROGERS " Never let work interfere with pleasure. " BARBARA FRANCES SMITH " We are charmed by a neatness of person.” 68 JANE CAROLYN SMITH " Blessed simplicity.” SANDRA JEAN STEPHENS " For the eye is so modestly beaming— you never think of the mischief she’s dreaming.” JERRY WAYNE SMITH " Courtesy never goes out of fashion.” JAMES DAVID STEPHENSON “Never lets himself be hurried, worried, flurried.” TONY HENRY SPAINHOUR “In work and play, I find the joys of living.” 69 JOSEPH HAYWOOD STUART ‘A jolly unselfish personality is the great¬ est gift of all.” JOHN DAVID TALLEY " Life is not life at all without delight. " DAVID GLYNDEN VANCE " He taketh much delight in art. " LARRY GLENN VAUGHAN “Silent efforts move the world. " BRENDA CAROL " Quiet and courteous goes forward with WILLIFORD all the dot ; she little to say. " BETTY JEAN WELLS " Silence is more eloquent than words. " GLORIA DARE WELCH " Pretty to look at, nice to know, it’s no wonder we like her so. " 70 BARBARA JEAN WOOLARD " Friendly, generous, and good-natured. " WILLIAM LETHCO WRENN “A sincerely likeable fellow. " WILLIAM HERBERT WRIGHT " Determination is the master key to success. " 71 Ricky Stuart, Jerry Bradley, and Michael Cotten serve as captains at the homecoming game. Barbara Smith and Tommy Bennett admire those long awaited class rings. Senior Memories Doesn’t this sight look familiar to the juniors who went to Williamsburg? Another part of Williamsburg. 72 Senior Class History Who has the smallest picture in the annual? Who gets laughed at when he can’t open his locker? Who is the very lowest creature in high school? That’s right! The Freshmen. But we were happy because we were in high school at last. Our fall elections really caused excitement. Re¬ member those crazy campaign posters on every reasonably large spot on the wall? The platform must have been parties, because we had more than a few. We struggled through Latin, learned to cook and sew in “home ec,” and were taught the correct way to trim shrubs in “vo-ag.” We complained about the showers, ran endless laps around the gym, and read Great Expectations. We gave general math and algebra a rough time and learned the most effective way of fighting the recess mob to get from place to place. Miraculously, we lived through it, and then. We were Sophomores! No longer were we sneered at by the entire high school, just by the upperclass¬ men. We had to raise some money—for what?—who remembers? Our talent show was a huge success. We performed the gruesome task of cleaning the aquarium and played janitor after school when we were caught with chewing gum. A few learned to do the Mexican hat dance. Some crafty ones created their own axioms for proving triangles congruent, while others worried about the dresses they were making and tried to transform skinny calves into fat ones. Remember that hoe down? Of course, there was the excitement of getting drivers’ licenses, and laughing at something in the gossip column of the school paper. We could hardly believe it! We were Juniors already; time went by so rapidly. How wonderful it was—and how plebian seemed those underclass¬ men. The Junior play might not have been a smash, but the cast had such a good time at rehearsals that no one dared miss a one. The number of tests we took that year was unbelievable. Then came the huge headache—“But we’ll never get the gym decorated by Friday!” But we did and surely New Orleans couldn’t have done better. We learned to parlez francais and learned from experience that sulfur has a most disgusting odor when heated. We built furniture in the shop and forced ourselves to watch our television history class. In those cold English classes, there were rules to learn and impromptu themes (on “Dirt,” remember?) to write. We tackled quadratic equations and typ¬ ing drills. The marshals complained of aching feet and a few tears were shed as we watched friends graduate. Surely this can’t be us! But it is, and we are Seniors! ! We thought we’d never get those class rings, but when we did, we were so proud! Someone finally painted the water tower and we began to settle down to routine. There were the SAT, mid-terms, parties, and measurement for caps and gowns. Only baccalaureate and graduation remained ahead of us. We have shared smiles and tears, success and failure. Our high school days have passed, but we have beautiful memories to keep with us always. ANN JUDD Class Historian 73 Senior Directory LARRY LEE ADAMS Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. JULIA MANN AIKEN Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4. REBECCA ANNE ARRINGTON Library Club 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. GENE BENNETT BARBOUR F.F.A. 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. JARVIS JOHNNY BARBOUR F.F.A. 1,2,4. WILLIAM ROBERT BECKWITH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. JOHN THOMAS BENNETT Beta Club 3,4; Treasurer 4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4. RACHEL MARIE BETTS F.H.A. 1,2,3. JEWELL ANN BLANCHARD F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4, Treasurer 4. JERRY MAC BRADLEY Beta Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. HARRY SAMUEL BRINKER JAN RICHARD CALLIS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. SUSAN CALLIS EDWARDS F.H.A. 1,2. BECKY SUE CAPPS Library Club 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 3. JERRY EARL COATS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. LARRY LOVE COATS Beta Club 3,4; Latin 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2, President 4. MICHAEL AVENT COTTEN Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4, Sergeant at Arms 3. FORREST MATTHEW COUNCIL Beta Club 3,4, County Reporter 4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 1,2,3,4, Student Council Rep. 3; Student Council 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4. ELIZABETH ANN ENGLE Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3. ARCHER PATE FISH, JR. Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. MARY BARBARA FLEMING Latin Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 3,4, Secretary 4. LARRY STEPHENSON FRANCIS F.F.A. 1,2,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. JUDSON CLARK GUY F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. MARILYNE CANDACE HARRIS Library Club 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 1. JAYNE ELLIS HOLLEMAN Library Club 2; Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4. MELBA ROSALYN HOLLEMAN F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4. BARBARA JEAN INSCORE F.H.A. 1,2. ELLEN DALE INSCORE F.H.A. 1,2. DORSEY ARTHUR JACKSON, JR. F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. EMILY PEARL JOHNSON F.H.A. 1,2. PHYLLIS ANN JOHNSON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 4. RICHARD AIKEN JOHNSON Latin Club 1,2,3,4. ANDREW HARDY JONES F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. JUDY KATHERIN JONES F.H.A. 1,2,3; Library Club 1,2; Monogram 2,3,4. LARRY JAMES JONES F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3. ROGER LEE JONES, JR. F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. SARAH JANE JONES F.H.A. 1,2. ANN GOSS JUDD Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Monogram Club 2,3, Reporter 2,3; Student Council 2,4, Treasurer 4. 74 Senior Directory BRYANT EDWARDS KEITH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. BILLY RAY MANSHACK F.F.A 1,2,3,4. PRISCILLA KEITH MIZE Library Club 2; F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4. MABEL KING McGEE F.H.A. 1,2. ELLIE MARGARET McGEE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. LARRY ALLEN McLAURIN F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3. PHILLIP MONROE McLEAN Beta Club 3,4; Latin 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4. WORTH THURMAN NASH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. DEWEY CALVIN OGBURN F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. JERREL WESLEY OLIVE SUNNY ELAINE OWENS Latin Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Student Council 4. ANTHONY DE VON PAINTER Science Club 3; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram 2,3,4. BOYD VAUGHAN PAYNE, JR. Latin Club 1,2. MARTHA ANNETTE POWELL F.H.A. 1,2. MARY DIANE PRINCE Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; F.T.A 3. JOHN ROBERT PRUITT F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. BOBBY EARL ROBERTS Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4. YANCEY HAGERMAN ROBERTSON, JR. Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Latin Club 1,2; Student Council 1 , 2 . LINDA FRANCES SAUNDERS Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1, Treasurer 2; F.T.A. 3,4. PAUL LARRY SAUNDERS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. BARBARA FRANCES SMITH Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, Parliamentarian 2. JANE CAROLYN SMITH Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 4. JERRY WAYNE SMITH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. TONY HENRY SPAINHOUR F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. SANDRA JEAN STEPHENS F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4. JAMES DAVID STEPHENSON Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, JOSEPH HAYWOOD STUART F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3; Student Council 2,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. JOHN DAVID TALLEY DAVID GLYNDEN VANCE F.F.A. 1,2,4. LARRY GLENN VAUGHN Beta Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 4. GLORIA DARE WELCH Beta Club 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. BETTY ' JEAN WELLS F.H.A. 1,2,3, Historian 3; F.T.A. 1,2. BRENDA CAROL WILLIFORD F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4. BARBARA JEAN WOOLARD F.H.A. 1,2. LARRY EMERSON WORTHAM Latin Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3. WILLIAM LETHCO WRENN Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4. WILLIAM HERBERT WRIGHT Beta Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2. MILTON HENRY ROGERS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 75 Mascots SABRINA BROADWELL CHRIS OLIVE Class Motto “To Make the Best Better.” 76 Class Poem FOOTPRINTS Stepping into the first footprints We wondered— Are we able to fill them? Is this pathway passable? Can we do the tasks required? Still we follow the footprints Of the ones who went before. We no longer wonder—we know. We will fill the footprints. Maybe even stretch them, Adding that of our own, Leaving our mark— As we go through the door of education And up the ladder of life. SUNNY OWENS Class Poet Class Colors Baby Blue and White Class Flower White Carnation 77 Senior MOST ATTRACTIVE Becky Capps Larry Wortham MOST POPULAR Linda Saunders Robby Robertson i 78 Superlatives MOST DEPENDABLE Gloria Welch Bobby Roberts BEST ALL AROUND Diane Prince Larry Adams 79 MOST ORIGINAL Sunny Owens David Vance MOST INTELLECTUAL Elizabeth Engle Forrest Council 80 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Mary Fleming Jerry Bradley MOST ATHLETIC Judy Jones Ricky Stuart 81 Homecoming Queen 82 BECKY CAPPS Homecoming Court JOAN ASHWORTH Junior Class DONNA WILLIAMS Freshman Class CERESY JONES Sophomore Class GLORIA WELCH Senior Class Junior Class Officers ANN MOTLEY President JOAN ASHWORTH Secretary GALEN ELLIOTT . Vice-President JOYCE STRICKLAND Treasurer Junior Class ANNE ADAMS BOBBY ARMSTRONG 84 PATSY ARRINGTON JOAN ASHWORTH STEVE ASHWORTH TRUDY BAKER DONNIE BARNES MILDRED BEASLEY WALTER BLACKBURN JENNIFER BLANCHARD LEON CARROLL BARBARA CHAMPION DANNY COTTEN KAY COX PAUL COX CAROLYN CURRIN SIMPSON CURRIN GLORIA DAVIS ANNE DEAN JIMMY DUPREE TONY DUPREE PRISCILLA DYE JACKIE OWEN EARP BILLY EATMON GALEN ELLIOTT GAYE ELLIOTT DIANE ELLIS DONNA ELLIS PEGGY EVANS ELLEN FISH PETE FISH JANE CEDDIE 85 GLORIA GRANTHAM WILLIAM GRAY VICKIE HOFF PATSY HANCOCK GLEN HARPER JOE HESTER THOMAS HILLARD JERRY HOLLAND REBECCA HOLLAND WAYNE HONEYCUTT BRENDA HOWARD JIMMY HOWARD DONALD JEFFRIES LEIGH JOHNSON MARY OLIVE JOHNSON GAYLE JONES SUZANNE KEITH JOE LILES SARAH MASER don McCauley DANNY McLEAN ALLAN MEADOWS JIMMY MEADOWS BETTY MESSER ANN MOTLEY JOHNNY MYATT WILBUR OCBURN KATIE OLIVE JOHN PARRISH JAMES PAYNE 86 POLLY PINION JOYCE POPE CHERYL PORTER ELIZABETH POWELL GEORGE POWELL JUDY POWELL JUDY PRINCE LINDA PRUITT CARL RAGAN JIMMY RANSDELL JUDY RANSDELL LOUISE REARDON BILLY RECTOR BILLY REED DELL RUSSUM MICHAEL SEAWELL DWIGHT SMITH JOHN DANIEL SMITH DONNA STEPHENSON ARIADNE STINSON JOYCE STRICKLAND NANCY STUART SANDRA TUTOR MARLENE WAGNER KENNETH WALTERS ANNETTE WILLIFORD BARBARA WOOD MADGE YARBOROUGH 87 Sophomore Class Officers CERESY JONES President SALLY COZART ANN VAUGHN Vice-President PHYLLIS TILLEY Secretary Treasurer Larry Arnold Jimmy Ashley Jennifer Ashworth Jimmy Atkins Nelson Austin Linda Baker 8S Linda Baker Pete Baker Elizabeth Barbour Sandra Barbour Carol Batten Helen Berry Dalton Black Janie Bowling John Brown Craig Bullock Sylvia Burroughs Mary Ann Campbell David Cates Peggy Champion Coreen Connor Mike Cotton Jack Cotton Sally Cozart Sophomore Class Joyce Dean Melvin Douglas David Dupree Nola Dupree Donna Eason Charles Eatmon Larry Garner Royce Grantham Verdeana Guy William Guy Ann Hair Stuart Hair Terry Harvell Tommy Hilliard Sarah Holland Jack Honeycutt Phillip Honeycutt Ray Horton Richard Horton Bobbv Howard David Howard Joyce Ivey Elaine Jackson Ralph Jefferies 89 Jenny Johnson Wayne Johnson Barbara Jones Ceresy Jones Ernestine Jones Geraldine Jones Jimmy Keith Martha King Patricia King Bruce Langdon Glenda Langdon Georgia Lassiter Donald Liles Billy Mangum Ronald Mangum Susan Maser Bob McAuliffe Betsy McCauley Sophomore Class Linda McCullock Carolyn McLean Rosemary McLean Fred McLeod Annie Messer Boyd Mills Clara Mincey Carolyn Moore Ronnie Moore Brenda Morton Faye Mvatt Sandra Myatt Brenda Rue Ogbum Danny Owens Linda Partin Tommv Pearce Leon Phelps Donald Powell Gloria Powell William Pugh Earl Ramey Gennie Ransdell Jimmy Rearden Robert Revels 90 Dale Roberson Becky Rowland Linda Rowland Sherry Sandlin Brenda Saunders Deborah Saunders A1 Sim pson John Smith Phyllis Smith Raeford Smith Wesley Smith Sue Spivey David Stephens Jerry Stephens Phillip Stephens Brenda Stephenson Danny Stephenson Linda Stephenson Sophomore Class Melinda Stevens Allen Stuart Betty Stuart Phyllis Tilley Mary B. 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Compliments of McLEAN GROCERY Mrs. Jimmy Ashworth was secretary during the fall. Compliments of CAROLINA FEED Compliments of COMPANY EDNA ' S INCORPORATED Varina, North Carolina Fuquay Springs, North Carolina RUSSELL GOSS, Prop. Phone MU 7-2702 Compliments of KINGS DRIVE-IN HOT DOGS—HAMBURGERS Curb Service U. S. 401 105 Compliments of GILBERT - SUGG FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE Day and Night Fuquay-Varina Phone MU 7-221 1 ASHWORTH’S , INC CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS Van Heusen Shirts—Buster Brown Shoes—Florsheim Shoes Puritan Sportswear—Dobbs Hats—Griffon Suits FULLY AIR CONDITIONED Phone MU 7-5201 Fuquay Springs, North Carolina HESTER HOBBS Compliments of HARDWARE CO. WAKE Bottle Gas—Hardware-—Paints— MANUFACTURING Sporting Goods " Service Is Our Best Product " COMPANY Phone MU 7-4116 P.O. Box 586 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Band performs during half time. 106 MT. PLEASANT RED WHITE FOOD CENTER Your Super Market In The Country Willow Springs, N. C. WILLIAM PARKER WRENN 117 East Broad Street Telephone MU 7-4727 Fuquay-Varina, N. C. General Insurance— State and Federal Tax Service and Premium Financing BOTTLING COMPANY RALEIGH, N. C. Diane Ellis goes over a speech in public speaking. 107 Ricky Lipscomb at the sign-out book. Compliments of T. R. ASHWORTH, INC., DIST. GULF OIL PRODUCTS TIRES TIRE RECAPPING Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Prompt Delivery Metered Service RAGLAND OIL COMPANY ASSOCIATED SINCLAIR DISTRIBUTORS Fuel Oil—Kerosene—Gasoline—Motor Oils—Lubricants Goodyear Tires—Guaranteed Recaps FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Phone MUrray 7-4204 Phone MUrray 7-5254 (Day or Night) (Night Only) 10S Greetings and Best ' latnuyj ttrWJAJ AJ uuistJ , ( i pyt a njiy c, JsvUsiJL d,o Oiy Hr ■sfifa ' iU ' Tj c CCc u auaa. isO . . , . a c miJ ' y uky j C yC Cc ' cZ, cxtf$z£ - - s -- A sir Compliments of J xAca., ol y t-TiX-tS eu ' AftJ ' L ' Uc- c ' CmlL yjyty O ' dJAl jts ' - Ayiy — ' T L. ?£ s6aa£mu y uXc Jr - Greetings and Best Wishes {A Ly ) -Jl- . n t- u n ) ) , rj-f i J Jxt J J 1 A ojj s? i? y I Lyyou w t iX- 0 90 -H Vlj£. t u_ -f yy sul Jbk yUicL ' iyy yy y zyt v -« AHnms Uzyf aJt UzbuvU; r+y- Concrete hi d A V4-S XJ-L Xuy ■ ucts Co. fatr-1 yy-JLA • kJL MStUyt X?y yZXLy CL OXdU t-H tlyj f Ah yjuicjL Ayyy AU XX, Z L . 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A ice. {Piece ). -L uJj filujnys remo.nnber bhe. oood iime. S uje. hficJ Oh JjuA olfiys. T uJi J A euer frryeb nJ. Pnr-b, T P ouJ yD ll W Judy W ru.fr bmoe. » ».. i v. -7 ,T JOHNSON’S DRUG STORE SomeoMe. bobs ob buck bo SujeePy 9 Friei cJ " The Store of Personal Service " -i 7 yst Fuquay Springs, North Carolina y Woodrow Johnson, Proprietor Phone MU 7-4666 111 HEULON DEAN STUDIO Fine Portrait Commercial Photography 213 Woodland Drive MU 7-2865 Fuquay Springs, N. C. For Your Fuller Brush Needs See W. W. BLACKBURN Fuquay Springs, N. C. MU 7-4322 Compliments of JOHNSON ' S JEWELERS Raleigh, North Carolina PANTHER LAKE Boating—Skiing—Swimming—Fishing 16 Miles South of Raleigh On Old Stage Road MU 7-5236 Compliments of VARINA FARMERS EXCHANGE Feeds — Seeds — Fertilizer Phone MU 7-2236 VARINA, N. C. Highway U.S. 401 U.S. 70 South, Raleigh, N. C. Telephone TEmple 3-8461 112 where there ' s SO® SMOKE there ' s GO® And that is the unique advantage of flameless electric househeating. Since there is no flame, there are no products of combustion such as moisture, soot, grime or smoke. Electric heat con¬ sumes no oxygen thus insuring a clean, constant, healthful supply of air. Still further, you gain the distinctive benefit of room-by-room control which only electric heat provides. If you are wonder¬ ing how it compares in operating cost, just ask your CP L representative to show you case histories and actual operating records. In this way, you can prove to yourself that flameless electric househeating costs no more than older methods of flame-type heat. Remember—only flameless electric heat provides matchless Medallion Living. and stil Ask about CP L ' s new lower rate for Electric Housekeeping CAROLINA POWER LIGHT COMPANY An investor-owned, taxpaying, public utility company Compliments of COUNTRY SQUIRE GRILL J. P. Honeycutt, Prop. Compliments of PROCTOR ' S FLORIST Mac Proctor, Prop. Compliments of CURL ' S BEAUTY SHOP Park Avenue MU 7-5200 Compliments of SHIRLEY ' S BEAUTY SHOP 211 S. West St. 687-5320 113 MATTHEWS GENTRY SERVICE STATION and General Merchandise Highway 401 8 Miles North of Fuquay Compliments of FRIENDLY FLOWER SHOP On The Grow! HUDSON-BELK EFIRDS Raleigh Eastern Carolina ' s Largest Department Store Compliments of DR. A. G. CRUMPLER Compliments of OLIVE ' S CASH SERVICE CENTER Willow Springs, N. C. Agriculture practice teachers take over a woman’s chore . . . washing dishes. 114 Compliments of POPE’S 5 to $5.00 STORE Fuquay Springs, N. C. Let’s Eat! MACK’S VILLAGE We extend to all a special invitation to visit Mack ' s Village Super Market When shopping for fine foods. We specialize in Western Steaks For special cuts Phone 687-4543 Owners and Operators, Mack Trene Stephens BIG TOP WAREHOUSE Sell Your Tobacco At Everett E. Clayton and Talley Bros. Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Telephone MU 7-4550 115 L. A. Mudge P. K. Honeycutt PRINCE, MUDGE AND POWELL, INC Complete Insurance Service Select and consult an independent insurance agent as you would your doctor or lawyer MU 7-4244 Fuquay Springs, N. C. FUQUAY-VARINA INSURANCE AGENCY All types of insurance to serve you better Call us before you need us Ray D. Moore Robert C. Sandlin 104 North Main St. Fuquay-Varina MU 7-2205 Anna Adams and Sylvia Burroughs diagram a sentence. FUQUAY MOTOR CO., INC. Your Friendly Ford Dealer MU 7-2228 Fuquay-Varina, N. C. 116 We Salute Superintendent E. N. Farnell, Our Fine Staff Of Teachers, and The Students of Fuquay High 53 Years of Service Our Business Is To Serve Your Banking Needs One of North Carolina ' s Largest and Strongest Small Town Banks In One of North Carolina ' s Finest Communities BANK OF FUQUAY Main Office and Northside Drive-In Branch in Fuquay and Cary Branch in Cary Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 117 FUQUAY FLORIST " When It ' s Flowers, Say It With Ours " Mrs. Ethel Bowling Bob Strother Designers Day Phone MU 7-5353 Night Phone MU 7-4381 Compliments of TILLEY MATTHEWS Ip i a CowpMi Smi o|. DAIRY FOODS MILK AND ICE CREAM ★ At your nearby store MILK AND DAIRY FOODS ★ By convenient homo delivery PINE STATE RALEIGH OXFORD HENDERSON DUNN GOLDSBORO SANFORD • ROANOKE RAPIDS North Carolina’s Choice Since 1919 118 Jct rulsto;, __ 7V)0au A cuM. " F33fiju KJ.cC 3 cUyo ' t Ac eE a 0- MJ lUL si, Uj oh z JU cme cleaners dUutfAj A oj. , GuQo pcUj(jLort)j fi(LrdbuUi) j AftuJv iAx uJ Lasj bAi, KjXAsL J ol. 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