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Show Hide text for 1964 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1964 volume: “ These pages of the 1964 GREENBRIAR, Fuquay Springs, North Carolina, are but OLIVIA RANEY LIBRARY 4016 Caiya Drive Raleigh, NC 27610 4 -A.nL.3L, OUR YESTERDAYS BUT H_A.Z y GHOSTS. 5 6 DEDICATION In gratitude for your service to us, the Senior class of 1964, we dedicate this annual to you, MR. WILLIAM GRAHAM. 7 " The mind that is unfree, the mind that is possessed, the mind that is prejudiced, the mind that is indoctrinated or forced does not learn. It copies. Discovery is the true essence of learn- ing. The free mind travels while the unfree simply looks at the maps. The unfree mind locks the doors, bars the shutters and stays at home . . . It is swindled, disillusioned, exploited. It is the stuff that tyranny is made of. It wrote no Dec- laration of Independence. It built no universities. It had no visions of the great possibilities inherent in the individual. " Individual freedom to think and express oneself is no luxury in which we can indulge. It is a necessity — it is the life blood of a free, democratic society. Yet if we are to enjoy this freedom, we must accept the responsibilities that go with it. We must recognize and respect the rights and dignity of every other individual. We must recognize and respect the rights of the society of which we are a part. We must have inquiring, resilient minds. We must try to see the world of freedom not only as we see it but as others view it. We must always be students. We must strive to see that the historian will never say of our society and nation that which he said about Carthage: " A pleasant place, Carthage, no doubt, for business enterprise; a place where young men were taught to get on, and extravagance kept pace with shrewd finance. A self satisfied place, self- confident, money getting, women loving people, honoring success and hugging their fancied security while in far off Rome Cato pronounces their doom. " Archibald MeLeish wrote: " Ours is a strange time in America. We do not know for what we wait — Gale in the elm tops or the dear Sun ' s rising on a gentle day — Evil or good. We cannot say, Only that the time draws nearer. Those who wait for time to take them Find within fulfilling time Not what they hoped but what they feared. The bold go toward their time, They make Its meaning answer to the mind. " " The secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom, courage. " Thucydides. 10 SCHOOL BOARD 3L.TJ3STCPIR,003VC STAFF ENGLISH Mrs. Rebecca Coleman Mrs. Shaw, how did the uggles wuggle? English is one of the most important subjects taught and is required of all students. Students are given opportunities for self-improvement through public speaking and drama classes. A better understanding of the English grammar, the works of the world ' s greatest authors, essay writ- ing, and vocabulary enlargement produces a well- rounded student. 14 Mathematics has been called the only pure science and students are given opportunities to explore it as any other science. Beginning with Algebra I and General Math and continuing through Advanced Math and Senior Math, stu- dents learn that, despite the complexities, mathe- matics presents a challenge to the mind and a necessary ingredient for today ' s living. MATH But John, I ' m trying to thmink! I think I ' m missing my D- scale. SOCIAL STUDIES i • .v, ; Mr. Carter Williams Mr. Donald Cotten Yep, here ' s Mesopotamia, three miles northeast of Raleigh. IIIIIP !|||||i ' - I Maybe, if I close my eyes, the little bird will tell me. Yes, Weejuns are definitely culture traits! The students at Fuquay Springs High School are exposed to studies of World History, American History, Geography — Government, and Economics and Sociology. Through history trips to New Bern and Williamsburg, students gain an opportunity to relive the past. Geography — Government and Economics and Sociology classes learn to face the problems of today in view of past events. 16 In our state with many agricultural interests, instruction in vocational agriculture gains im- portance. Farm management, mechanics, and supervision are all included in " on the job train- ing. " Along with instruction in Agriculture, stu- dents are instructed in Public Speaking and Parliamentary Procedure. Tool Identification Team. 17 SCIENCE Mr. Robert Smith, Chemistry. Mercy prepares to net big- ger game. I think it ' s about to surface. Mrs. Maralon Haviland, Biology Students are fortunate to have access to a well- equipped laboratory for use in the laboratory sciences, general science, chemistry, and physics. Each student knows the thrill of a successful experiment proving some scientific principle. Science and its related study, mathematics, have become almost essential in our modern world of orbits and medical achievements. Girl A exerts a force on Boy B. What force must Boy C exert to maintain equilibrium? 18 VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Gladys Farnell Let ' s see if it floats! In home economics classes, students cook, sew, learn child care, interior decoration, and other skills necessary to successful homemaking and self-improvement. Home Economics provides, as a vocational course of study, basic knowledge and preparation for a position in our greatest institu- tion, The American Home. We can cut off this much and no one will ever know. My Junior-Senior dress is going to be madras with a white tulle overskirt. 19 Mr. Walton Sutton, French and English Mrs. Lucille Haddock, Latin and English You may be " je parting, " but I ' m surely not! Fuquay Springs ' answer to WKIX Through the study of Latin and French, stu- dents are given an almost free passport to the lives of the ancient Romans and the vast history of France. In our modern world, an understanding of other countries is necessary to world peace. Through language, we gain this understanding and make an effort to insure a peaceful future. 20 BTJSinSTESS EDUCATION Eureka: A balance of four cents. In preparation for the harried world of business, Fuquay Springs High School offers courses in typ- ing, shorthand, bookkeeping, business arithmetic, and practice in operating business machines. These skills also aid those headed for schools of business. 21 HE3ALTH -A.JNTD PHYSICAL EDUCATION In accordance with national emphasis on physical fitness, Fuquay Springs High School ' s Physical Education Department has also put new emphasis on fitness. In the ninth grade, all stu- dents are required to complete a course in health and physical edu- cation. In grades ten, eleven, and twelve, physical education i s offered as an elective. Through this program, many of the phases of developing athletic skills and healthful habits are developed. Yes, Lucille, just follow the dotted line. Mrs. Savonne Medlin Mr. Tommy Jones Skip to my Lou! ' i 4 22 HVETJSIC Mr. Jim Page Not Pictured: Mr. Toney McLean The Music Department, con- sisting of the Fuquay Springs High School Concert and Marching Band, and Chorus, provides students with an op- portunity to express their interest in and appreciation of music. Just as in other classes, students learn many useful things such as note reading and relationships, and knowl- edge of different types of music. Throughout the year, the band and chorus give con- certs, perform at athletic events, and in many ways give evidence of their learning. Smile, honey You ' re on " Candid Camera. " Mrs. Eleanor C. Adcock Fourth Grade Mrs. Cavelle O. Batten Seventh Grade Mrs. Shirley C. Beland Eighth Grade Mrs. Katherine C. Brigman Third Grade Mrs.Glenda J. Coats Fifth Grade Mrs. Mabel D. Council Seventh Grade Mrs. Mary P. Fish Fifth Grade Mrs. Beverly Hensley Third Grade Mrs. Helen E. Holland Sixth Grade ELEMENTARY Mrs. Myrtle Hopson Fifth Grade Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt First Grade Mrs. Helen Jones Third Grade Mrs. Jane Jones Second Grade Mrs. Betty Matthews Eighth Grade Mrs. Willa McCauley Fourth Grade 24 Mrs. Lela McDowell Sixth Grade Mrs. Katie Ragan Seventh Grade Mrs. Kate Russum Fourth Grade Mrs. Shirley Simmons Eighth Grade Mrs. Margaret Smith Elementary Librarian Mrs. Frances Tindal Third Grade Mrs. Catherine Tudor Sixth Grade Mrs. Gwendolyn Tudor Seventh Grade Mrs. Judith Tyndall Second Grade FACULTY Mrs. Lola Watson First Grade Mrs. Willie Williams First Grade Not pictured: Mrs. Joyce Andrews Second Grade Mr. John Thomas Kelly Eighth Grade 25 THE3 SENIOR CLASS Joan Ashworth, secretary; Kenneth Walters, treasury; Rebecca Holland, vice-president. Danny Cotten, President 28 ELIZABETH ANNE ADAMS " Pourquoi !? — glass slippers — nonconformity " Science Club, 1,2,3,4; Secretary 3; Student Council Repre sentative 4: Library Club, 1,2: Beta Club, 3,4: FT. A., 4: Student Council, 4: Greenbriar Staff, 4; Feature Editor 4. BOB CIPRA ARMSTRONG, JR. " You cute little bugger, you — 8-ball — Kansas Korn. Science Club, 1,2,3: Latin Club, 1,2,3. PATSY RUNELL ARRINGTON " Heavenly Hieroglyphics — I think so too — Rally round the flag " F.H.A., 1,2. JOAN MARIE ASHWORTH " Sweetness — Bush 1 3 — Campbell-on-the- Buies " Science Club 1,3; Latin Club 1,2. JAMES STEPHEN ASHWORTH " Baby Blue — Misty — oop-ee-doo " Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-President Greenbriar Staff 4; Sports Editor. TRUDY FAYE BAKER " Benson-Mule Day — Angier " Library Club 1,2,3,4: F.H.A. 1,2: F.T.A. Reporter, 4. DONNIE GLATEN BARNES " Curly locks — I swallowed my reed! " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. MILDRED JANE BEASLEY " Mildew — Stars and Bars — That ' s the truth " Science Club 1,2,3: Secretary 1,2,; Latin Club 1,2,3,; F.T.A. 3,4; Historian. 29 WALTER WILLIAM BLACKBURN " Buddy — subtle humor — pushing those little wagons " Latin Club 1,2: Monogram Club 3,4. JENNIFER LEE BLANCHARD " Smythe-Kersey — You, kids! — Wildcat " Science Club 2,3: Library Club 1,2,3: Beta Club 3,4; Secretary 4: Latin Club 1,2: F.H.A., 1 JAMES LEON CARROLL " Leon, son — always translating — sincere ' F.F.A., 1,2: Monogram Club, 1. BARBARA ANN CHAMPION " Smart remarks — Angier import — Sport " F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 4. JOSEPH WORTH COTTEN. JR. " The Mayflower — our prexy — lovable — cider " Science Club 1: Latin Club, 1,2: Monogram Club 2,3,4: Greenbriar Staff 4; Advertising Staff 4. MEREDITH KAY COX " Miss Clairol — twinkle toes-Do you love me " F.H.A. 1,2,3; Parliamentarian 2: Monogram Club 3. 30 ANNE HOLLAND DEAN " Twister-strawberry blonde — get quiet! " F.H.A. 1,2,3. JIMMY LANE DUPREE " Woman — nice guy — bowling " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Secretary 3,4: F.T.A. 1 TONY EARL DUPREE " what ' s black, white, and rode all over? — willing worker — farming " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4: Student Council 4; Sergeant- at-Arms — Parlimentarian4. PRISCILLA ELAINE DYE " Prissy — Say ' El Burro ' — exotic features " Library Club, 1,2,3,4. 0 WILLIAM REX EATMON " Snow — The Squire — Oh Maryland, my Maryland " Science Club, 1,2: Latin Club, 1,2: Monogrem Club, 2,3,4. GALEN OMAR ELLIOTT " Fleet-footed — test tube kind — buzzzzz " Science Club, 1,2: Beta Club, 3,4: Latin Club, 1,2; President 2: Monogram Club, 2,3,4: Greenbriar Staff, 3, Junior Editor. GAYE DIANNE ELLIOTT " Carolina — Betas — syringes and gauge " Science Club, 1,2,3,4: Beta Club, 3,4; Vice- President, 3, President 4, F.H.A., 1,2,3. DIANNE HAYWOOD ELLIS " Miss William Jennings Bryan — Wait! — cam- paign buttons " Science Club, 2,3; Student Council Represen- tee, 3: Library Club, 2: Beta Club, 3,4; Stu- dent Council Representative, 4: F.H.A., 1,2,3,4; Reporter, 2,3,4; County Vice-Presi- dent, 3; County President, 4: Student Council, 3,4; Secretary, 4: Greenbriar Staff, 4; Senior Editor. 31 PEGGY SUE EVANS " Red on the head — my tin lizzie — uninhibited " Science Club, 1,2: Library Club, 3,4: F.H.A., 1,2,3; F.T.A., 4: Glee Club, 3. ELLEN GALE FISH " Fishy " — Florie Nightingale — do The Dog! — our queen " Latin Club, 1,2; Latin Club Representative, 2: Monogram Club, 1, 2: Student Council, 1,2,3; Secretary, 3. JANE SHARYN GEDDIE " Sunshine in her smile — I ' m trying — sea foam hair — baskets " Science Club, 1,2; Library Club, 1,2,3,4; Sec- retary, 2,3,4: Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Program Chairman, 4: Greenbriar Staff, 4; Typist. GLORIA ELAINE GRANTHAM " Queenly carriage — doodler — belle coiffeurs " F.H.A., 3: F.T.A., 3,4; Vice-President, 3; President, 4. HELEN VICTORIA BARBOUR HOFF " I ' m so confused! — infectious giggle — petite " Science Club, 2: F.H.A., 1,2. REBECCA WILLIS HOLLAND " Dentine — Honey-dripper — always honest " Science Club, 1,3: Beta Club, 3,4: F.H.A., 1,2,3,4: F.T.A., 4: Freshmann Class, Vice- President; Senior Class, Vice-President. DOUGLAS WAYNE HONEYCUTT " Striped shirts — streak of gold — quiet, but — " Beta Club, 3: Latin Club, 1,2. BRENDA ALLENE HOWARD " Whimsical ways — Ivory keys — " Plus fort " F.H.A., 1,2,3: FT. A., 1. 32 DONALD RAY JEFFRIES " That innocent grin — Tootin ' a licorice stick — lots o ' bull F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. VIRGINIA LEIGH JOHNSON " Lemme tell ya! — a leader — personality plus " Library Club, 1,2,3,4; Student Council Rep- resentative, 2,3,4: Beta Club, 3,4; County Reporter, 4: Student Council, 1,2,3,4; Trea- surer, 4: Greenbriar Staff, 1,2,3,4; Freshman Editor, Sophomore Editor, Assistant Editor, 3; Editor, 4. MARY OLIVE JOHNSON " 22 down, 3 across — first and last chair — The Governor Tryon " Science Club, 3,4; President 3,4: Beta Club 3,4: Greenbriar Staff, 3,4; Co-Advertising Manager, 3; Advertising Manager, 4. CELINTA SUZANNE KEITH " Sunon — Cats galore — Pied piper of Wilbon " Beta Club, 3,4: Latin Club, 1,2; Vice-President, 2. NANCY TUDELLA LEE " Writes songs — a newcomer — quiet ' ' F.H.A., 1,2,3. JOEL HOWARD LILES " Uncle Alec — dry cells — Poetic " . F.F.A., 1,2: Monogram, 3,4. SARAH FRANCES MASER " Rapid talker — crinkled nose and dimples — Newton ' s laws " Science Club, 2: Library Club, 3,4: Latin Club, 1,2: F.H.A., 1,2,3: F.T.A., 3,4; Treasurer 4. DON ELIAS McCAULEY " Well, sister — Everybody ' s friend — student council gavel " Science Club, 1,2: Latin Club, 1,2,: Monogram Club, 3,4: Student Council, 1,2,3,4; President, 4; Vice-President, 3. 33 LINDA RAY McCULLOCK " Benson and Goldsboro — meek and mild — friendly smile " F.H.A., 1,2. DAN HESTER McLEAN " Mickey Mouse — The Madras Kid — canteens " Science Club, 1,2,3,4: Beta Club, 3,4: Latin Club, 1,2,3,4: Marshall, 3. JIM McLEAN " Yami — Aw, I was just kidding — It ' s a long story. " F.F.A., 4. FRED McLEOD " What me worry? — always buzzin ' round — Quiet " F.F.A., 1,2,3,4. JAMES NELSON MEADOWS " Mr. Graham — ? — 1x1 = 1 (slide rule computa- tion) — Little Meadows " Science Club 1,2: Beta Club 3,4: Latin Club 1,2. BETTY LOU MESSER " Long tresses — seen wth Louise — Hubba, hub- ba, Sister F.H.A. 1,2: FT. A. 1 ANN GILLIAM MOTLEY " Do I drawlllll? — Algebra antics — stereos — tobacco worms " Beta Club 3,4: Latin Club 1,2: FT. A. 3: Monogram Club 3,4; Secretary 4: Greenbriar staff 4; Clubs Editor. WILBUR DAVID OGBURN " Let ' s get some more trees — Oh, what a boreee — Mischief maker " Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4. KATIE SUE OLIVE " Speak softly and carry a big stick — mugwu- mps — orange blossums " Science Club 2: Beta Club 3,4: F.H.A. 1,2,3; Student Council Representative 1; Historian 3: Student Council 1: Greenbriar staff 4; Bus- iness Manager. LINDA FAYE PARTI N " Wisecracks — always talking to Judy — curly head " JAMES SHELTON PAYNE " tomato juice — I ' m hongry — That ' s just the way it are " Latin Club 1,2: Monogram Club 1,2,3,4: Greenbriar staff 4; advertising staff. POLLY ANN PINION " What? — Polly Wolly — Station wagon full of kiddies " Library Club 3,4: F.H.A. 1,2: F.T.A. 4. MARY JOYCE POPE " Ah, Joycey — Sunshine state — Milkmaid " Latin Club 1,2: F.T.A. 3,4: Monogram Club 1,2,3,4: Treasurer 4: Greenbriar staff typist 4. CHERYL LEE PORTER " Porte — goldilocks — rat-ta-tat-tat " — vigah " Science Club 3: F.H.A. 1,2: Monogram Club 2,3,4; President 4: Greenbriar staff 4; Adver- tising staff. ELIZABETH GLENN POWELL " Lizzie — I made some brownies — Up peau " Science Club 1: F.H.A. 1,2,3; Vice-President 2, President 3: F.T.A. 3,4; Student Council 4. GEORGE HOKE POWELL " Those trips to Raliegh — No flirtin ' , just messin ' — Georgie Porgie " Latin Club 1,2. 35 JUDY PAULETTE POWELL " I con type 250 words o minute — Cute n ' Sweet " F.H.A. 1,2; FT. A. 4: Greenbriar staff 4; typist 4. JUDY ANN PRINCE " Pizza Princess — Nut! — straight forward " Library Club 2,3,4. LINDA FAYE PRUITT " Oh, I don ' t know — That sweet ' N ' low voice " F.H.A. 1,2: FT. A. 3,4. CARL BRUCE RAGAN " Money Bags — Leader of men, follower of women — Shrubs, Spades, Sprains " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3,4: F.T.A. 4. CALLIE LOUISE REARDON " Posies for Paris — Shoney ' s — Benson on Saturday " F.H.A. 1,2: F.T.A. 1. WILLIAM ROBERT REED " Friendly grin — high spirits — What ' s your hurry " Monogram Club 4. DELL RUSSUM " Mona Lisa smile — Pagette — blushing. Beta Club 3,4; Treasurer 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3: Monogram Club 3,4. MICHAEL WALTER SEAWELL " Tall one — likes cars — neat dresser " JOHN DANIEL SMITH " Friends, Romans — Dr. Smith — Free Will — ' mornin ' " Science Club 1,2: Latin Club 1,2: Monogram Club 2,3. DONA LANE STEPHENS " You hush ' — Mischievous twinkle — bright locks " F.H.A. 1,2: F.T.A. 3,4. ARIADNE KATHERINE STINSON " It ' s A ri ad ne. — Stamp pads — D.C. Library Club 2,3,4; President 3,4: F.H.A. 1,2,3: F.T.A. 3: Greenbriar staff 4; typist. JOYCE GAIL STRICKLAND " Say, yea. ' — giggles — The Slop — Full of glee Science Club 2; treasurer 2: Library Club 1,2,3,4: F.H.A. 4: F.T.A. 3: Monogram Club 3,4: NANCY ANN STUART " Another Picasso — records everywhere — slum- ber parties Library Club 1,2,3,4: Beta Club 3,4: Latin Club 1, 2: F.T.A. A. 3,4; Secretary 4. SANDRA FAYE TUTOR " I collect gas signs — Wearin ' specktachles — always hurrying " F.H.A. 4 1, 2,3. LINDA MARLEAN WAGNER " Full of fun — determination — Parlez — vous francais? F.T.A. 4. BOBBY DWIGHT WILLIAMS " Driving that yellow truck — sings with Pete yes, sir " F.T.A. 1,2,3,4: Science Club 1. 37 KENNETH REID WALTERS " Dude — ' Waters ' — shaving cream — full of fun " Science Club 1,2,3,4: Latin Club 1,2: GRACE ANNETTE WILLIFORD " je parle, tu paries — little bit — lots of gumption " Library Club 2: Latin Club 1,2; Secretary — Treasurer 2: F.T.A. 3. SIMPSON ODELL CURRIN " dribble, dribble — I will be on time, I will — blue and gold " Monogram Club 1,2,3,4: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Sec- retary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4. JERRY THOMAS HOLLAND " dry humor — Come blow your horn — a fine fella " Latin Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1 ,2,3,4; Vice-President 4. 4. JAMES HOWARD " Wake me when the bell rings — boyish grin — zoom " FRANCES GAYLE JONES " Cuttin ' up — blowing horns — Put on your dancing feet " Latin Club 1,2: F.H.A. 1,2,3. 38 JAMES CRAWFORD RANSELL " 2 dozen donuts — tweeeet — Carolina Beach Latin Club 1,2. 39 THOSE WONDERFUL YEARS 1961 . 1964 We were frolicking freshmen — We welcomed Willow Springs — Were led by four girls — Entered those hallowed halls Examined at the Health Department — Suffered through P.E.: laps around the gym, cold showers Learned mouth to mouth respiration — Wrapped bandages — Slaved for the Briarpatch Trembled through locker inspection — Danced to the " Rocking Rebels " — Heard the first space flight We had Great Expectations — We were swinging sophomores — We dissected frogs — " How come a horse is called a horse? " — Proved theorems: obtuses, hypote- nuses, therefore — Introduced to Shakespeare — Beat the undefeated Garner: school spirit, Victory chains — Sold (and ate) candy — Took the World History trip to New Bern: the palace, " Walk on the Wild Side " , donuts, " Mr. Ed " — Were waiters and waitresses for the " Mardi Gras " : sneaking cheese straws, eye shadow, pastel hair — We had junior jitters — Were inducted into the Beta Club — Made little tables of value — Did for our dear teacher — Told it to the drugstore — Learned valances, Exploded chemistry lab, Broke crucibles and thermometers — Took notes from Miss lola: Boozo and Debbie Drake — Went to Williamsburg: The Limbo, shaving cream, apple cider, the Great Divide, Battlefields — " Here comes Charlie " — Toiled on rhe Junior-Senior: tobacco canvas, silver stars, colored lights — Danced through an " Evening in Paris " : frothy formals, tuxs, mood music — Retreated to the beach: Sand and Surf, sunburned noses — Took the PSAT — Sat at the Yoh anna — Reeked of English Leather — Wore Madras, wrap-arounds, weejuns — Were honored mar- shals — And we were seniors — Proud of our rings — Chose superlatives and mascots — Had sociology discussions — Computed on slide rules — Lived through the medieval period — Cheered through our last sports season — Crowned a queen — Laughed at elephant jokes, Dobie Gillis — Did " The Dog " — Sang with " Hootenanny " — Took the SAT — Made money for our senior gift — Groaned through applications — And looked to the future — 40 41 CLASS POEM VERITAS In the huge, Unkown world outside, There lies An awesome Sphere Filled with Darkness and light. Its arms Hold the Meaning Which a mere mortal Can not simply grasp — But must stumble alone Groping in the darkness — And, perhaps, by chance, Will find the seed. Yet, every mortal Will not reach this summit For Truth Is a particular companion; And this mass Of unknowing souls Must silently edge Their way into eternity. Only for those Who seek and find the Essence, Shall Truth provide Wings for their destiny. Anne Adams 42 HOMECOMING COURT WHO ' S WHO MOST I_iIKZE3I_i " y TO SUCCEED Suzanne Keith, Leon Carroll MOST ATHLETIC Jane Geddie, Simpson Currin VOTE FOR LEON M OST ATTRACTIVE MOST POPULAR Anne Adams, Jimmy Ransdell Leigh Johnson, Danny Cotten WHO S WHO 47 HI !! 1 £ i OFFICERS John Smith President Carol Batten Treasurer Phyllis Tilley Secretary THE JUNIOR CLASS Brenda Adcock Jesslyn Allen Linda Allen Larry Arnold Jimmy Ashley Jennifer Ashworth Jimmy Atkins Linda Baker Elizabeth Barbour Linda Baker Sandra Barbour Carol Batten Helen Berry Janie Bowling Johnny Brown 48 Craig Bullock Sylvia Burroughs Mary Ann Campbel Doreen Connor Jack Cotten Mike Cotton Sally Cozart Joyce Dean Melvin Douglas David Dupree Nola Dupree Donna Eason Charles Eatmon Donna Ellis Pete Fish Larry Garner Royce Grantham Verdeana Guy William Guy Ann Hair Stuart Hair Glenn Harper Joe Hester Thomas Hilliard Tommy Hilliard Sarah Holland Phillip Honeycutt Richard Horton David Howard Wayne Johnson i i Li i it T 49 m kV 11 1 m 1 t mm f 1 ■ua i fc» m Barbara Jones Ceresy Jones Earnestine Jones Geraldine Jones Jimmy Keith Martha King Patricia King Bruce Langdon Don Liles Billy Mangum Susan Maser Doug Matthews Allan Meadows Boyd Mills Clara Mincey Brenda Morton Faye Myatt Sandra Myatt Bob McAuliffe Betsy McCauley Carolyn McLean Rosemary McLean David Nutt Rue Ogburn Danny Owens Barbara Peterson Leon Phelps Donald Powell Gloria Powell William Pugh . PHp ' Iht- hH ' I ft c mF " W -i, ■ 50 Earl Ramcy Gennie Ransdell Jimmy Reardon Billy Rector Robert Revels Dale Roberson Becky Rowland Linda Rowland Sherry Sandlin Brenda Saunders Deborah Saunders Al Simpson Dwight Smith John Smith Phyllis Smith 1 l mm 1 1 Ll 1 ■ . 1 i Kit Raeford Smith Wesley Smith Sue Spivey David Stephens Jerry Stephens Phillip Stephens Brenda Stephenson Linda Stephenson Malinda Stevens Allen Stuart Gary Swearingen Phyllis Tilley Mary Tingen Carolyn Thomas Donald Tutor 51 52 OFFICERS Grace Yancy Vice-President Judy Smith President Jane Trull Secretary Brenda Goodwin Treasurer THE SOPHOMORE CLASS t 1 d 4 ■ft v ■ J c Dennis Adams Brenda Allen Bonnie Baity Jerry Barbour Georgie Beasley Peggy Bell Tommy Broadwell Peggy Brooks Sarah Brown Elizabeth Bullock Martha Burt Karl Busick Brenda Callis Patsy Carden Jimmy Carroll Bill Carson David Cates Betty Champion 53 fcti I Kay Chatham Hal Cloer Patsy Dean Jimmy Dupree Al Eatmon Beth Farrior ' ... Jeanette Ferrell Brenda Goodwin Kay Grantham Fred Griff is Chris Haddock Danny Hair tat nil i M A ) H 1 i Vickie Hancock Gale Harvell Ray Harvell Jimmy Holland David Holleman Allen Honeycutt Of M|| " « f Ann Honeycutt Linda Honeycutt Bobby Howard Phillip Howard Allan Johnson Joyce Johnson Brenda Jones Charles Jones Craig Jones Donna Jones Faye Jones Jeanette Jones Greg Kissel Bruce Langston Rebecca Lee Danny Lewter Rickie Lipscomb Kathleen Mashburn Norman Mclver Gayle McLaurin Sylvia McLeod Dianne McLean Linda McLean Hilda Moore an 54 Freddie Morris Sandy Myatt Linda Naylor Dean Norman Linda Olive Sandy Page Gerald Parker Martha Person Mercy Pinera Odell Patter Hal Pruitt William Ragan Linda Reaves James Rhodes Jerry Rogers Van Rollins Charles Rose Eddie Seagroves Rosemary Seagroves Eric Slaughter Betty Smith Donna Smith Judy Smith Steve Starling 1 i kit It i m k i t i i mm 14 | 1 Y i 1 Roger Stephens Wray Stephens Larry Strickland Betty Stuart Jane Trull Kathyren Utley Johnny Wall Danny Walters Jerry Washington Judy Wilkes Linda Wilkerson Donna Williams Calvin Wilson Dianne Wilson Judy Wilson Taylor Woodlard Grace Yancey Brenda Young 55 Johnny Reed, President; Jane Smith, Secretary; Millie Wrenn, Treasurer; Donnie Jones, Vice-President. TH E FRESHMAN CLASS i 1 ft I T it 4 T 1 Kaye Adams Larry Adams Steve Adams Annette Adcock Sharon Akins Judy Allen Arnold Anderson Linda Ashworth Cheryl Autry Jimmy Avery John Ayscue Becky Baity Jimmy Beasley Steve Beasley Penny Betts Martha Brinker Donna Bullock Joe Bullock Sue Bullock Tommy Bullock Linda Campbell 57 Jannete Carroll Lacy Chappell Johnny Chatham Jimmy Clark Glenda Cotten Cathy Council Polly Cozart Allen Currin Edward Currin Ronnie Currin Jeff Daniel Frances Davis Brenda Dean Sandra Dennis Elaine Dickens Tommy Dickens Linda Douglas Ann Duke Cathy Dupree Jennifer Eatmon Cliff Fish Martha Fish Wayne Freeman Jerry Fuller Johnny Griffin Brenda Guy Sta nley Hare Donnie Harmon Diane Hawley Jean Hayes Donald Hester Sue Hill iard Carol Holleman Jerry Holleman Joyce Holleman Rex Horton David Inscore Diana Jackson Donna Jeffries Connie Johnson Tommie Johnson Brent Jones Donnie Jones Johnnie Jones Kathy Jones Maurice Jones Ronald Jones Dewey Keith Randy King Curtis Lee Kenneth Lessard Skipper Mangum Lawrence Mann Gloria Manshack Jackie Myatt Ricky Myatt Dan McAuliffe Ronnie McKinney Tim McLeod James McLean Jamone Ogburn Debbie Page Will iard Parrish 58 Judy Pearce Ellen Pinion Rebecca Pope Claude. Ragan Shirley Reardon Mike Reaves Johnie Reed Linda Rhodes Bonnie Riley Bonnie Robertson Janet Rowland Terry Rowland Wanda Rowland Tim Seawell Cliff Slaughter Betty Sue Smith Burl Smith Freddy Smith Jane Smith Linda Smith Nancy Smith Rodney Smith Lucille Spainhour Donnie Stephenson Stephanie Stevens George Stuart Charles Strickland David Stroud Lee Von Talton Helen Tart Joan Thomas Robert Til ley Dan Tingen Luvern Truelove Sandra Truelove Linda Vance Becky Weathers Gerry Weathers Debra Welch Judy Williams Jean Wilson Estelle Wood Jimmy Wood Sandra Wortham Millie Wrenn Betty Yarborough TIT i i fc ■ t i i V I f - n iTk 7 I Pi 1 c r ' Kb m ■■HI WBB t fl| J. jp i k Cv i ■fer " ti 4 2% 1 59 GREENBRIAR STAFF GREENBRIAR STAFF GRBENBRIAR STAFF G-RBBNBRIAR STAFF Editorial Staff: Clara Min- cey, Sally Cozart, Anne Ad- ams, Cheryl Porter, Steve Ashworth, Cathie Council, Grace Yancey, Ann Motley, Diane Ellis; Art, Dail Dixon; Photography, Donald Tudor; Leigh Johnson, Editor Clara Mincey, Assistant Editor Ka- tie Olive, Business Manager Mary Olive Johnson, Adver- tising Manager. 63 64 Rue Ogburn, Barbara Peterson, Sally Cozart, Leigh Johnson, Bob McAuliffe, Don McCauley, Diane Ellis, Tony Dupree, Elizabeth Powell, Anne Adams, Gale Harvell, Tony Jones. The Student Council is com- posed of representatives from every high school and junior high school class and all clubs. The Council makes an effort to function for the student body as a whole and not for any one part. The Student Council sponsors dances, eighth grade Orientation Day, elections, and cooperates with the athletic Department during the year. Anne Adams, Wilbur Ogburn, Suzanne Keith, Jimmy Mea- son, Galen Elliott, Co-Chiefs; Dell Russum, Danny McLean, dows, Nancy Stuart, Leon Carroll: Seated, Mary Olive John- MARSHALS Marshals are chosen is the Junior year on the basis of academic achievement. It is the duty of the marshals to assist at graduation exercises. 66 Membership in the Beta Club requires leader- ship, character, and academic achievement. Members are chosen in the Junior year with a minimum quality point average of 3.3 and must maintain a minimum average of 3.1. The Fuquay chapter works closely with the county chapter in sponsoring pro- jects and as an active division of the State Beta Club. Gaye Elliott,President; Phyllis Smith, Vice-President ' ; Jennifer Blanchard, Secretary; Dell Russum, Treasurer; Diane Ellis, Student Council Representative. 33ET-A. CLUB KOIIVriEIIVEAIKIEiRS OF AMERICA Standing: Rue Ogburn, Student Council representative; Beth Fa rrior, Historian; Peggy Bell, Parlimentarian; Elizabeth Bullock, Treasurer; Patricia King, Vice-President, Seated: Diane Ellis, Reporter; Paulette Welsh, President. The Freshmen Members Future Homemakers of America is a club made up of all girls who take or have taken home economics. In the F.H.A., girls are able to continue their classroom instruction through such things as fashion shows and teas. Our local chapter has worked closely with the county and state chapters of the F.H.A. The Junior and Senior Members 68 Through work in the Future Farmers of America, boys are able to make practical application of their class- FUTURE! room instruction. The F.F.A. partici- -pp A T-?T r gp g pates in the livestock show, parliamen- " tary procedure contests, tool identifi- OF 1 cation contests, and livestock judging. - „ , _ This year the officers attended the AJVLJiRICA National F.F.A. Convention in Kansas City. Freshmen members Sophomore Members Jimmy Dupree, Secretary, Jerry Holland, Vice-President Sim- pson Currin, President; Carl Ragan, Treasurer; Thomas Hil- liard, Reporter, Not pictured, Donald Powell, Sentinel. 69 SCIENCE CLUB Officers for the Science Club are President, Mary Olive John- son; Vice-President, Phillip Stephens; Secretory, Johnny Brown; Treasurer, Phillip Honeycutt; and Reporter, David Stephens. 70 L-A TIIsT CLUB Wray Stevens served as President of the Latin Club. HiIBR,_A.3R, " y CLUB Ariadne Stinson, President; Jane Geddie, Secretary; Brenda Adcock, Vice-President; Priscilla Dye, Treasurer. 71 President, Cheryl Porter; Vice-President, Wesley Smith; Secretary, Ann Motley; Treasurer, Joyce Pope; Jane Geddie Gal- en Elliott. FTJTXTR.E TEACHERS OF AMERICA Ellen Gale Fish, Jennifer Ash- MAJORETTES worth, Head Majorettes. Annette Adcock, Stephanie Stevens, Lucille Spainhour, Jennifer Ashworth, Grace Yancey, Ellen Gale Fish. 74 Take it on O! CHORUS Mr. McLean, Director and Sandra Myatt, Accompanist. 75 FXJQ.XT Y SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL BAND The Fuquay Springs High School Band has long been one of the greatest assets of our school and community. Its success can be attributed to enthusiasm, ability direction, and support The Ba nd is composed of students from the eighth grade to the twelfth who are all seasoned band members having come up through the ranks from the Beginner ' s Band. In the fall, the Marching Band performs at all home football games, at State College Band Day, and in various parades. At Christmas, the Concert Band participates in the annual Christmas Con- cert, in several Christmas parades. This year, dur- ing basketball season, the dance band has con- tinued a popular part of all home games by play- ing at half time. In the spring, the band gives a Spring Concert. During the year, the Band is asked to compete in band concerts throughout the state and always returns with excellent ratings. In the summer, the Band performs at the Sun-Fun Festival at Myrtle Beach. The F.H.S. Band serves as a good example of school and what it can achieve. 77 VARSITY Left to Right: First row, Craig Jones, Joe Liles, James Payne, Billy Eatmon, Richard Horton, Wesley Smith, Steve Ashworth, Sandy Myatt. Second row, David Holleman, Gary Swearingen, Fred Honeycutt, Billy Reed, Johnny Smith, Danny Owens, Bob McAuliffe, Don Honeycutt. Third The Senior squad members — 1ST ' • f 4 FOOTBALI 3 H ! 1 row, James Rhodes, John Asycue, J immy Atkins, Danny Hair, Phillip Howard, Jimmy Holland, Bill Carson, James McLean. Mr. Jones and Mr. Williams interview a future squad member. 81 JXJ3STIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Left to Right: First row, Dickie Dickson, Tim Seawell, Brent Jones. Second row, Jeff Daniel, Mike Reeves, Dan McAuliffe, William Howard, Johnny Jones. Third row, Jim- my Beasley, Tommy Jones, Larry Sandy, Jerry Keith, Robert Payne. Fourth row, Fred Smith, David Stroud, Gary Brown, Johnny Griffis, Ricky Tilley. Fifth row, Bobby Walls, Charles Johnson, Steve Master, Joe Bullock C. B. Francis, Monroe Underwood. Sixth row, Tim Jones, Bobby Morton, Jimmy Geddie, Jackie Myatt, Dewey Keith, Steve Adams. 82 BASEBALL Left to right: Forrest Council, Jimmy Carroll, Dwight Flana- Wright, Nelson Austin, Freddie Morris, Pate Fish Leon Car- gan, Charles Jones, Wilbur Ogburn, Bob McAuliffe, Craig roll, Larry Strickland, Mr. Jones, Coach. Jones, Larry Garner, Jimmy Atkins, Richard Horton, William The Selma game — 83 Vann Rollins, Tommy Broadwell, Dale Roberson, Larry Vaughn, Galen Elliott, Larry Francis, James Rhodes. 84 Joyce Strickland, Head Cheerleader; Ann Mot- ley, Gloria Welch. Sandra Barbour, Linda Honeycutt, Barbara Peterson 85 G-IiRXuS BASKETBALL The Senior Players; Mrs. Tudor instructs some of the team members. First row: Donna Williams, Joyce Pope, Jayne Geddie, Dell Russum, Gloria Grantham, Ann Vaughn, Cheryl Porter. Second row: Judy Smith, Barbara Wood, Sandra Myatt, Kay Grantham, Grace Yancey, Carolyn McLean, Ariadne Stinson, Manager. Third row: Mrs. Tudor, coach; Rosemary Seagroves, Cathie Council, Connie Johnson, Rosemary McLean, Jean Wilson, Jennifer Blanchard, Manager. 87 BOYS BASKETBALL Junior Varsity: Edward Currin, Tim Seawell, Chris Haddock, David Stroud, Jeff Daniel, Al Eatmon, Ronnie McKinney. Charles Rose, Johnny Reed. Second Row: Mr. Kelly, Coach; Mr. Williams, Varsitl Coach; Simpson Currin and Billy Eatmon, co- captains; Mr. Kelly, Juni- or Varsity Coach. First Row; Cliff Fish, Billy Reed, Simpson Currin, Billy Eatmon, Danny Cotten Don McCauley. Second Row: Mr. Williams, Jimmy Atkins, Jim McLean, John Ayscue, Walter Blackburn, Mr. Kelly. 88 J Cars 6-Oz. Can $ Carton 5 22-Oz. Pkgs. Burtvf Bake Yuur Turkey — Use 8-0z. i it! Value. ' 12 " x 25 Roll ANN PAGE SPECIALLY PRICED! 75 ' x 12 ' Roll 1-Lb. 4-0z. Bets. Sweetheart TREND TREND FACIAL DRY LIQUID SOAP Detergent Detergent TISEMK N " TS TIC B0TS lie | 2 For 39c | | 2 59c purpose bag CRANBERRIES FRESH CELERY 2 Lo - MUSHROOMS 5 Lb COCOANUTS 2 foi CHESTNUTS Italian SLAW or SALAD M! 8 02 Fresh - — Ripe Ctn. WRIGLEY Assorted SOAP 6-Bot QCfl Beg VllV PIN! FRESH DUTCH Cleanser 2 For 3lC PROTEX SOAP 3-REQ. BAR PKG. YOU PAY Only 31c Greetings to THE SENIOR CLASS FACULTY of Fuquay Springs High School from MR. MRS. L. BRUCE GUNTER Compliments of CAROLINA FEED COMPANY RUSSELL GROSS, Prop. Varina, North Carolina " All I need is a bone through my nose. " Compliments of COLLINS-WARREN DRIVE-IN Hwy. 401-S Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of FRIENDLY FLOWER SHOP SERVICE BARBER SHOP B. W. Adams, Prop. The Shop of Personal Service 103 Raleigh Street FUQUAY SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA PANTHER LAKE Boating — Skiing — Swimming — Fishing 16 Miles South of Raleigh On Old Stage Road MU 7-5236 Compliments of FIVE POINTS ESSO SERVICE Claude W. Jones, Prop. 92 Compliments of NORTH STATE TOBACCO CO., INC. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of JACK SENTER Attorney at Law Fuquay Springs ' Most Complete Department Store Hudson-Belk BeJks ' for better selections, better buys Belks ' for Certified better Values J. P. THOMAS SON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Your Business Appreciated Phone MU 7-4341 Route 1 Varina, N. C. Compliments of KESLER ' S On Main Street Fuquay Springs, N. C. 93 COMPLIMENTS TO FUQUAY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL from Cornell-Dubilier ELECTRONICS DIVISION Fuquay Springs, N. C. BAKER OIL COMPANY W. L. BAKER, Proprietor Wholesale Dealer ESSO PRODUCTS Gasoline— Kerosene— Fuel Oil— Motor Oils— Greases FUGUAY SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of MACKS 5-10 25c STORE Your Friendly Self-Service Store Fuquay Springs, North Carolina 94 Compliments of THE INDEPENDENT ' YOUR HOME TOWN NEWSPAPER " All the News That ' s Fit to Print DICKENS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Personal Service Telephones 687-4011 687-5603 405 Wake Chapel Road Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina Compliments of CURL ' S BEAUTY SHOP Park Avenue Phone MU 7-5200 Compliments of FRANCIS FEED MILL Fuquay Springs, N. C. WILKINS JEWELERS R. J. Champion, Proprietor Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry Guaranteed Watch and Clock Repairing MU 7-4146 Raleigh St. " Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Compliments of JOHNSON ' S JEWELERS Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of DR. FRANK T. HOFF Chiropractor Sell Tobacco At NEW DEAL WAREHOUSE With Talley Bros. Sons Dan Brisson " We get you the highest prices. " Same Service To All We Are Never Closed. Your Friends R. B. Talley, A. R. Talley, Billy Talley, Dan Talley, Dan Brisson 95 Compliments of EDNA ' S INCORPORATED Phone AAU 7-2702 FUQUAY SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of JOHNSON ' S CLOTHES Ladies and Children ' s Ready-to-Wear Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Compliments of Gilbert-Sugg Funeral Home AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Fuquay-Varina Phone AAU 7-2211 Compliments of DR. A. N. JOHNSON OPTOMETRIST MT. PLEASANT RED WHITE FOOD CENTER Your Super Market In The Country Willow Springs, N. C. 96 the popular preference in Dairy Products since 1919 Compliments of A FRIEND Visit The CAIRO DRIVE-IN Often Tuesday Night — Free Show Compliments of OLIVE ' S CASH SERVICE CENTER Willow Springs, N. C. Compliments of Dr. J. R. Edwards, Jr. 97 WFVG 1460 ON YOUR DIAL Central North C arolina ' s Favorite Music and News Station NEWS AND WEATHER EVERY HOUR MUSIC THROUGHOUT THE DAY . . . Compliments of KING ' S DRIVE-IN Hot Dogs — Hamburgers Curb Service U. S. 401 North of Fuquay FUQUAY MOTOR CO., INC. Your Friendly Ford Dealer MU 7-2228 Fuquay-Varina, N. C. THOMAS ' PHARMACY John Thomas Mickey Smith Prescription Specialists Phone MU 7-2271 Fuquay Springs 98 STEPHENSON MUSIC COMPANY SERVING EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA WITH THE FINEST IN MUSIC FOR OVER 50 YEARS Cameron Village, Raleigh, N. C. TOPS CLEANERS Drive-ln Service — Night Deposit Garment Storage PHONE MU 7-4504 Fuquay-Varina Compliments of JOHNSON-LAMB E CO. Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of COUNTRY SQUIRE GRILL J. P. Honeycutt, Prop. Compliments of PROCTOR ' S FLORIST THE STYLE SHOP Ladies ' Ready-To-Wear Fuquay Springs, N. C. 99 Compliments of POPE ' S 5 TO $5.00 STORE Fuquay Springs, N. C. BYRD ' S DRIVE-IN Hwy. U. S. 401 U. S. 70 South Raleigh, N. C. Telephone TEmple 3-8461 For Your Fuller Brush Needs See W. W. BLACKBURN Fuquay Springs, N. C. MU 7-4322 Compliments of WILLIAMS ' SEA FOOD B. F. Williams, Prop. JOHNSON ' S DRUG STORE " THE STORE OF PERSONAL SERVICE " Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Woodrow Johnson, Proprietor MU 7-4666 100 Compliments of SMITH BUICK CO., INC. YOUR AUTHORIZED BUICK— RAMBLER DEALER Fuquay Springs, N. C. Ballentine Farms " Dairy Products Supreme " Lactic Acid — Homogenized — Pasteurized Chocolate — Buttermilk PHONE MU 7-2662 L. A. Mudge P. K. Honeycutt PRINCE, MUDGE 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. 101 Greetings and Best Wishes TO THE CLASS OF ' 64 Compliments of Adams Concrete Products Co MATTHEWS GENTRY SERVICE STATION and General Merchandise Highway 401 8 Miles North of Fuquay Sell Your Tobacco At CAROLINA WAREHOUSE Telephone MU 7-5402 Top Prices and Courteous Service Fuquay Springs, N. C. 102 Compliments of Standard Homes Company Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 103 WEAVER BROS. RAMBLER, INC. 221 W. LENOIR ST. RALEIGH, N. C. PHONE TE 3-4176 - VA 8 3965 Compliments of GLENN B. JUDD, M.D. BURRAGE MUSIC COMPANY " SCHOOL MUSIC SPECIALISTS " 112 W. Martin St. TE 3-1970 Raleigh, N. C. Mitchell Chevrolet Company CHEVROLET Your Chevrolet Dealer Since 1934 104 Compliments to Class of 1964 Bank Of Varina Two Convenient Locations ' BANK WITH US AND YOU CAN BANK ON US " Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation TWIN CITY RADIO APPLIANCE COMPANY WE SELL— WE SERVICE MU 7-4711 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of JOHNSON ' S TIRE SERVICE QUALITY RECAPPING Phone MU 7-5225 Fuquay Springs, North Carolina UNITED TELEPHONE COMPANY OF THE CAROLINAS, INC. Business Office MU 7-4411 Local Manager MU 7-4433 105 Compliments of VARINA FARMER ' S EXCHANGE FEEDS— SEEDS— FERTILIZER Phone MU 7-2236 Vorino, N. C. Compliments of SHIRLEY ' S BEAUTY SHOP 211 S. West St. 687-5320 Compliments of YOHANNA RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN Cliff and Celene Painter Compliments of HOLLEMAN ' S GROCERY Broad Street, Varina Tel! 687-4212 Heavy and Fancy Groceries and a Complete Line of Meats Compliments of ELMO ' S Men ' s and Boys ' Clothiers FOOTWEAR FOR EVERYONE Store Completely Air-Conditioned Fuquay-Varina, N. C. MU 7-2808 Compliments of POE ' S RED WHITE Varina, N. C. CLARK ' S ESSO FUEL CO. Esso Products — Quality Coal Fuquay Springs, N. C. MU 7-4040 Stephens Supply Co. Myers Fairbank Morris Water Systems — Frigidaire Appliances Hardware — Building Supplies — Du Pont Paints Hardware Dept. Phone MU 7-2261 SALES SERVICE FUQUAY-VARINA Building Supply Dept. Phone MU 7-4335 106 " This is what I get for painting the water tower. Sell Your Tobacco At ROBERTS ' WAREHOUSE Earl Roberts Joe Roberts King Roberts " WHERE TOBACCO SELLS HIGHEST " Serve Pepsi in the new sociable bottle PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY RALEIGH, N. C. JONES ' ESSO Hwy. 55 Holly Springs MU 7-4733 RANDSELL BROTHERS Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced Shoes and Clothing for Men and Boys Fuquay Springs, N. C. HEULON DEAN STUDIO Fine Portrait Commercial Photography 21 Woodland Drive MU 7-2865 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of MAE ' S BEAUTY SHOP Willow Springs, N. C. 107 Prompt Delivery Metered Service SNIPES OIL COMPANY SINCLAIR DISTRIBUTOR Fuel Oil — Kerosene — Gasoline — Motor Oils — Lubricants Kelly-Springfield Tires — Guaranteed Recaps Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone MUrray 7-4204 Phone MUrray 7-5254 Day Night Raleigh Savings Loan Association Fuquay- Varina Office Promoting Thrift Home-Ownership For Over 50 Years in the Capital Area Member of Federal Savings Loan Insurance Corporation ASHWORTH ' S, INC. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Sero and Creighton Shirts Bass Weejun, Buster Brown, and Florsheim Shoes Jantzen, Town and King Sweaters Griffon Suits 108 Compliments of T. R. ASHWORTH, INC., DIST. GULF OIL PRODUCTS TIRES TIRE RECAPPING Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Elliott ' s Pharmacy WHITMAN ' S CHOCOLATES -FOUNTAIN SERVICE COSMETICS - MAGAZINES Drug Service Since 1914 " OUR 50TH YEAR " Fuquay Springs, North Carolina Compliments of FUQUAY FURNITURE CO. THE HOME OF FINE FURNITURE Phone MU 7-2209 MU 7-5424 Fuquay Springs, N. C. A Complete Line of Home Furnishings Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Nights ' til 9 Wednesdays and Saturdays ' ti! 6 109 Compliments of COTTEN ' S FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishings Fuquay and Varina Compliments of REAVES SHOE SHOP Compliments of STROUD PONTIAC " Dollar for dollar You can ' t beat a Pontiac. PARKER ' S FURNITURE STORES Fine Furniture Reasonably Priced Fuquay Springs Varina, N. C. Compliments of VARINA WHOLESALE BUILDERS SUPPLY Varina, N. C. 110 GREETINGS TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF FUQUAY HIGH FROM THE PERSONNEL OF THE BANK OF FUQUAY EDUCATION AND BANKING ARE ESSENTIAL TO OUR NATION ' S ECONOMY 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 1 1 1 where there ' s KK§) SMOKE there ' s BO© fire 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. CAROLINA POWER LIGHT COMPANY An investor-owned, taxpaying, public utility company Compliments of DR. G. W. ADCOCK, JR. 112 Compliments of J. E. WRIGHT, M.D. HESTOR HOBBS HARDWARE CO. Bottle Gas — Hardware — Paints — Sporting Goods. " Service is our best product " Phone MU 7-4116 P.O. Box 586 Fuquay Springs, N. C. GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADUATING CLASS Enjoy that REFRESHING NEW FEELING you gat from Cokel •OTTLH) WW AUIHCWn Of IHf COCA cow c t rr THE CAPlttL COCA-COU BOTTUIB CO, lit TASTEE-FREEZE CONES— SHAKES— SUNDAES Of All Flavors HOT DOGS— HAMBURGERS Fuquay Springs Compliments of Fuquay Springs High School from RUTH ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE Depot Street MU 7-5650 113 Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Class of ' 60 " For the Finest in Foods " THE FOOD CENTER COMMUNITY FROZEN FOODS LOCKER Lockers— Cold Storage— Processing— Meat Curing Slaughter Plant— Lard Rendering Fuquay Springs, North Carolina 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 Irene Stephens Compliments of ROGERS ESSO SERVICE Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of the SIPPIHAW COUNTRY CLUB 114 Compliments of TILLEY MATTHEWS Compliments of BROWN TOBACCO CO., INC. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of DR. A. G. CRUMPLER Compliments of WAKE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. A Subsidiary Of KENDALL COMPANY Fuquay Springs, N. C. 115 i win 1 1 y l i i m f r 3c i 1 a m k c aunary oc Lieuners WITH TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU East Vance Street Crumpler Shopping Center The Class of ' 64 " No, Carl, This is not Elsie, the Borden cow! 116 AUTOGRAPHS 117 AUTOGRAPHS 118 AUTOGRAPHS 119 AUTOGRAPHS 120 m ”
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