Fuquay Springs High School - Greenbriar Yearbook (Fuquay Springs, NC)
- Class of 1968
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■ESS , Jfe; Item, ' Presented By . The 1968 Greenbriar Fuquay-Varina High School Fuquay- Varina, North Carolina Editor - Bonnie Bennett Assistant - Debbie Abernathy Editorial Note J f £,wi , -jLuLL+A+Lyi, ■ ' I ' HOnjf c LctdC Ct.jxJ P- 7 P%£ °k y 4 (?J rH -i fr xfc- 2 ' , t 9 ? e - - T fZZZ. 7 A”. ® y t . tZi . , 7 x _ - j p fr3tcr m ' jp -f ' ixty-eiglft edition of the Greenbriai,Tand the staff en- In this nineteen hundred and sixty deavor to produce a quick glance of our world composed of our country, our state, our community, and our alma mater. Our ideas are similiar in many respects as we think about these areas and the part we play in each. America, North Carolina, Fuquay-Varina, and Fuquay-Varina School make up only a small part of the physical world but a majority of our own world during a life time. What we do for ourselves, our family, our friends, and our part of the vast world will depend upon our love for each. Most of our life has been spent at our beloved Alma Mater, Fuquay-Varina School, in activities and achievements. What we have built here will play a tremendous part in our lives. “A wise man built his house upon the rock, and the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock—” Matthew 7:24,25 4 Our World 5 “He will feed his flock like a sheperd, he will gather the lambs in his arms, he will carry them in his bosom and gently lead those that are with young, 40-11 In Remembrance of The Men In Viet Nam 6 Our Country America The largest part of our world is America. We study from the fourth through the twelfth grades about America, from the founding in 1492 to the idea of America today. Our studies haveconsisted of the people as they came to America looking for freedom, the nation being founded by revolution, the democracy that grew as the frontier moved westward, the nation as it is tested by internal strife, the new nation begin¬ ning to increase in wealth and power, the old ideals brought out by the new expressions, and the new problems of today. What does America mean to us? America is a country of fifty states and many territories which is filled of freedoms for the people. The government has been established “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” Are we proud of our country when we hear “America” and “The Star Spangled Banner?” We should be, if we claim America as a part of our world. 7 North Carolina’s impressive capitol is constructed of granite hauled over the state’s first railroad. It was completed in 1840 and since then it has been admired by many. North Carolina’s new legislative building is one that all North Carolinians have been proud to claim as their own. 8 Our State North Carolina In history. North Carolina has been a leader. This was the site of the first English colony in the New World and here Virginia Dare was born, the first child born of English parents in America. North Carolina was the first colony to vote for independence from the English and the first to establish a state university. The Tarheel State has advanced in many ways during the past centuries. The three great regions of the Mountain, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain, with many great historical events, has made North Carolina an excellent place for vacationing for many in the United States. North Carolina has grown, is growing, and will continue to grow as we each take a step into her future-“01d North State” shall continue on in her glory. 9 Fuquay is not a tremendous town in size but it continues to grow yearly be¬ cause of the increase in business, the love and desire found here make it a better place to live in, and it is a place for one to find a satisfactory surrounding. Varina has its own post office but has now become a part of Fuquay Springs or now known as Fuquay-Varina. 10 Our Comunity Fuquay - Varina This is a story about our town and the area around it. Fuquay was settled in 1852 by Mr. Stephen Fuquay from Virginia. He bought 1000 acres of land from the Sippi Haw Indians for 50i per acre. The name Sippi Haw comes from the name of the Indian tribe that resided here before Mr. Fuquay. Our town land ' was once under the control of the King of England. Fuquay has grown from the one general store to the industrious town of today. Five Points used to be a stop-over for the stage coach from Raleigh to Fayetteville. It was on the map before the Civil War. Willow Springs was settled in 1898. The first house there was owned by a colored lady. The name came from the Old Willow Springs Church on Hill Top. The Panther Branch Township was settled about 1810. It is now called Panther Lake Community. The name came from the legend that a man was supposed to have killed a panther at a near-by stream. Needmore was settled in 1892 by three families; the Cottons, the Maynards, and the Hortons. The name of “Needmore” came from the fact that more families were needed to populate the area. Wilbon was first called " Duketon” because the Dukes came to start a mill. Later, Mr. S.G. Wilbon gave it the name of today. By viewing the history of our community, we find that the facts are only as good as the people themselves. We are proud of Fuquay. 11 The lunchroom of Fuquay-Varina School is very attractive this year after it has been decorated and curtains have been put up at the windows. r j _ V V The gym is much a part of the school. It is here many gym classes take place and our basketball games are taken. 12 list Our Alma Mater Fuquay-Varina High School Fuquay School grew as a result of several smaller ones that merged into the larger one of today. In this brief history we shall see how this came about. Among the first schools in the area was one at Needmore called Oakwood School. The school was used for a packhouse and those who wanted to go to high school had to go to Cary. Another school was the Wilbon School. It was located about 1 4 mile south of Atkin’s pond. The original Wilbon School was named Norris which was later destroyed by fire. There was a Subscription School in -our town and it was just above the springs. Squire Ballentine taught there. There was also another Subscription or Private School about 3 4 miles North¬ west of Fuquay and was taught by Haddie Jones. The school which Squire Ballentine taught in was a one room house. The first public school was started about 1880. It was a one room house about 2 miles Northwest of Fuquay. There was also a second public school directed by Mr. Fred T. Barbee. In 1881, a school was operated in the area of our present Teacherage. It was a private school and had about 20 pupils. A school at Cardenas was begun in 1904 called Cardenas Public School. The first term began in 1910. This school consolidated with Fuquay Springs in 1918. All of the schools around the area finally merged to form the one Fuquay School. The schools of Willow Springs and Holly Springs remained in the Elementary Grade level and are still operating today. The Elementary Building of Fuquay was built in 1918 and many said that it would never be filled. The Old High School Building was built in 1927 and the “Ag. Building” was also in use. The Home Ec. Department was also in use. The present High School Building was built in the years 1957 and 1958. In conclusion, the town and the kind of educational facilities that it provides is a direct reflection on the people of the com¬ munity. Fuquay had a history that was directly influenced by the schools and the education that they provided. 13 Table of CLASSES Pages 34-71 14 Contents ACTIVITIES Pages 74 - 95 ATHLETICS Pages 98 - 106 15 The main ordeal that Mrs. Freeman tries to bring to her students is to “think” on their own. We the Class of 1968, in deep appreciation and gra¬ titude, dedicate this nineteen hundred and sixty-eight edition of the Greenbriar to one who has been to us and many others a great inspiring teacher of principles of honesty and love for mankind. To one that taught us the importance to “think” for ourselves and was willing to give a helping hand to all in her service as a teacher and a friend. To you Mrs. Anne Freeman, to express our thanks for your freely given time, advice, and impartial friend¬ ship, we dedicate our annual. Her love and desire to teach mathematics has influenced many in the study of various fields dealing with math. 16 Dedication 17 18 19 I wish to take this opportunity to compliment all who have had a part in producing our Fuquay- Varina High School Yearbook. The GREENBR1AR exemplifies the fine spirit of our school—our high ideals, steadfastness of purpose and devotion to duty. Through these pages are portrayed the finest people in the world-our students, faculty, and staff. All of us faculty and students, are proud of the GREENBRIAR, and look forward with great anti¬ cipation to the time each year when we will re¬ ceive the most recent issue. Our Yearbook has become an important part of our school year, both from the standpoint of the pleasure we receive from it and from valuable training. May it always bring out and portray the best in us, and may the best in us be always dominant. I.P. Davis, Jr. Principal 20 Principals ■ Teachers -m Mr. Donald Cotten is Fuquay-Varina High School Assistant Principal. He is the advisor of the Student Council which is representative of all clubs and classes. Not only is he Assistant Principal but he teaches two classes, Senior Government and Geography-Government. Mr. Davis is always concerned with keeping our school in tact. 21 School Staff Mrs. Be,tty Ashworth Secretary Mrs. Mitchell L. Lawrence Counselor Miss Ruth Carroll Treasurer 22 Mrs. Margaret W. Smith Mrs. Kathleen D. Campbell Librarians Lunchroom Staff Texanna Paul, Elsie Holt, Dorothy Partridge, Mrs. Paul Smith, Elsie Walker, Syshie Wrenn, Catherine Beasley, lola Mize, Bessie Beckwith, Mary Walls. Mrs. Paul Smith Custodians Dallas J. Crasland, Sally C. Lyon, Leora Kimble, Johnny Bigbee, James W. Holland. 23 Mrs. Mabel Council Biology Science and Math Mrs. Judith Smith Chemistry, Physics, Gen. Science 24 Mrs. Dot Stroud Gen. Math, Biology, Gen. Science 25 English and Languages Mrs. Joy AvctcIIc English III. IV, V Miss Ruth Carroll Typing. Shorthand 27 Mrs. Iris Brown j x Hqi Economics £ r Mr. Norman McArthur Agriculture r Mrst Janice Franklin D.E. Vocational JK V ■y 28 ftmk Mrs. Savonne Medlin Health and Phys. Ed. Mr. John Culp Band and Chorus Mr. Graham My rick Health and Phys. Ed. Health, Phys. Ed. Mrs. Hallie Blanchard Piano and Music 29 . ' I Elementary Faculty Miss Lola T. Watson-1st Mrs. Willie K. Williams—2nd Mrs. Pearlie L. Adams-2nd 30 Mrs. Willa S. McCauley-4th Mrs. Gail L. Thompson- 4th Mrs. Helen E. Holland-5th Mrs. Catherine J. Tutor-Sth Mrs. Mary P. Fish-5th Mrs. Dorothy C. Cornell-6th Mrs. Venita C. Peterson-8th Mrs. Evangeline M. Freeman 8th Mrs. Barbara G. Simmons-8th 31 32 33 President-CHARLES JOHNSON BOBBY WALLS-Vice-President; SUSAN PADGETT-Secretary; FAYESON CHAPPELL-Treasurer; BONNIE BENNETT and CAROLYN JONES—Student Council Representatives. 34 LARRY LEE ADAMS Conservative; Bus-Pusher; Manerable Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. FRANKIE LEWIS BARBOUR Long Hair; A Character; High Heels F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3. CONNIE THERESA BABB M.A.; Dance, Dance, Dance; Frosty F.H.A. 1,2; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; V.I.C.A. 3,4; Library Club 1. LEO FREDERICK BASS Personalized; L.F.B.; Moon Doggie The Honda Kid Band 1,2,3; Squad Leader 3; F.F.A. 1; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Sports Editor 3,4; French Club 3. WILLIAM LEONARD BAKER F.C.X.; Buick Special; Cornfield F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. JAMES ALLISON BEASLEY Hitched; Speedy Gonzales; Gameman Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Clu b 2,3,4. 35 BONNIE MARIE BENNETT Madame Editor; Climbing Mountains at 2:30 A.M.; Norman; " Doc” Beta Club 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Greenbriar Staff 2,3,4; Class Editor 2; Assistant Editor 3; Editor 4; Latin Club 1,2; Li¬ brary Club 2,4; Student Council 3,4; French Club 3,4. STEVE TYSON BOWDEN Where the action IS!; Southpaw; " That’s my Woman!” F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Committee Chairman 3. WARREN THOMAS BROOKS Cary Girls; Burgundy S.S.; I Can’t see! Band 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2. RONNIE LEE BLALOCK Tlie Willow Springs Kid; Catfisher. Serious F.F.A. 1,2,3; V.I.C.A. 4. BENNY RAY BROWN Hamburger Man; B.B., We Love You! 8 Miles to Football D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; F.C.A. 1. CYNTHIA LEE BENNETT Mustang Cindy; Cette petite fille; H.B.P. F.H.A. 4; Library Club 3; French Club 3. 36 GARY LOUIS BROWN Goldie-Locks; “Eats, Sleeps, and Keeps the Road Hot!” V.I.C.A. 3,4; Vice-President 3: F.F.A. 1 , 2 . THOMAS JAMES BULLOCK Cairo; Saunder’s Ford; Sleepy-Head F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3. FRED DANIEL CALLIS, JR. F.F.A. Specialist; Kansas City; Big Catfish Dream Band 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Committee Chairman 2,3; Vice-Presi¬ dent 4. DAVID WAYNE CHANDLER Geometry expert; Sominex; Curly-Q D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3. ZULA FAYESON CHAPPELL Zu; T-Ricky; Head Beta Band 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Latin Club 1,2; Student Council Representative 2; Monogram Club 1,2,3; F.C.A. 3,4; French Club 3,4. CATHERINE JANE CAUDILL The Swinger; Broughton Import; Honey-Cutt beta Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Reporter 4; treenbriar Staff 1; French Club 1,2. 37 RICHARD HOWARD CURRIN Ashworth’s; Mr. Basketball; “Check-k-k..” Beta Club 3; Bus Driver 2,3; Vice-Presi¬ dent 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Sentinel 3; Mono¬ gram Club 1,2,3,4. MARY JOYCE CONNOR Change gears, Joyce; Rind Girl; Neat F.H.A. 1,2; Monogram Club 2. SANDRA GAIE COTTEN Ronnie L. Patrol; “Not another car!” Fun, Funnier, Funniest F.H.A. 1,2; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Library Club 2,3,4; V.I.C.A. 3,4; Treasurer 3. JAMES EARL DAVIS Crusher; JED; “I get TWO shaves per blade.” Band 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; V.I.C.A. 3,4. EMMETT DOUGLAS CURL Yard-Bird; Math Whiz?; The Farmhouse Band 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2; Science Club 3. JACKIE LEE DEAN Lafayette Bred; Motorcycle Kid; Mechanic F.F.A. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 1,2; V.l. C.A. 4. 38 JENNIFER ANN DEAN More, More, More; That Girl; She’s a Friend | F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 4; Greenbriar Staff 1 4; Library Club 3,4; Secretary 3. LINDA LOU DUKE My Fair Lady; “May I help you” Babysitter I F.H.A. 1; Latin Club 2; Greenbriar Staff ] 3,4; Library Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4. LINDA JEAN DEAN Fuzzy; Homemaker; Spec-Tacular Person F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Greenbriar Staff 3; Library Club 2,3. CLARENCE BROWN FRANCIS, JR. C.B.; Love Thy Neighbor; The KID; “You crazy or something?” D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. 39 CLINTON ALLEN DOUGLAS Nicotine Friend; Jolly Green Giant Farming F.F.A. 1,2. VICKY ANN GREGORY Self-made Beauty; Galaxie; Groovy Dancer D.E. Club 4; F.H.A. 1,4; F.T.A. 3; Latin Club 2. PAMELA FAITH GRIFFIS Garner; “You’ve got to be kidding!” “Pick up your feet!” Band 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Recreation Leader; Vice-President 3; President 4; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Library Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.C.A. 4. DIANNE RUTH HARVELL Volkswagon Kid; Haire-girl; Temper, Temper F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 3; Library Club 4. STEPHEN WAYNE HALL “I believe in individualism.” Science Fiction Linky-J ohn-Lanky Beta Club 3,4; Asst. Parliamentarian 3; Latin Club 2; Monogram Club 3,4; Science Club 2; French Club 3,4; F.C.A. 3,4; President 4. JAMES PHILLIP HONEYCUTT, JR. “Man From Soul”; Caudill’s Man; Boy’s State; “All Right!” Band 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Latin Club 1,2; President 2; Monogram Club 1; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council Represen¬ tative 3; French Club 3,4. RONNIE GERALD HONEYCUTT Watch those tractors; Slick Turn-Pike Speed Bus Driver 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. LINDA EARLE HARE E.C.U.; “1 hope I get a letter!” Tickling the Ivories F.H.A. 1,2,4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Science Club 3,4; French Club 3,4. 40 SANDRA FAYE HONEYCUTT Quiet and Shy; Miss Latin Club !.H.A. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Treasurer 2. CONNIE LOUISE HORTON D.L.H.; Small Pack of T.N.T.; A Friend to Cherish D.E. Club 3,4; Vice-President 3; Student Council Rep. 4; F.H.A. 1,2; Library Club 1,2; Student Council 4. CHARLES WADE JOHNSON, JR. Football; “Our” President; Baby Blue Contacts Band 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3.4; Sgt.-at- Arms 4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Student Council 2. GEORGE LEONARD JOHNSON Newcomer; Campbell “University” Basketball Scholar Beta Club 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3; Student Council 1; Treasurer 1. WILLIAM DAVID HOWARD ‘All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth!!” That College Girl! and 1,2,3; D.E. Club 3,4; Associate Pres. President 4; Latin Club 1,2; Mono- am Club 1,2,3,4. RONALD DAVID HORTON Friendly Neighbor Undertaker; Caesar; 44-40-44 Beta Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Vice-President 3; President 4; County Historian 3; Green- briar Staff 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Library Club 4; Science Club 3,4; Historian 3; French Club 3. 41 WILLIAM CARROLL JOHNSON Mush Mouth; “Trots”; Conductor??? Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Greenbriar Staff 2,3,4; Class Editor 2,3; Art Editor 4; Latin Club 1,2; Mono¬ gram Club 1,2,3; French Club 3,4. FRANCES ARLENE JONES Only her hairdresser knows; California or Raleigh Bus Driver 3,4; D.E. Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Library Club 1,2,4; Science Club 1,2. DONALD PHILLIP JONES Sharp dresser; “At Last!”; Meat-Cutter D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2. ROBERT LLOYD JOHNSON Arnold Palmer; “I didn’t put anything on my hair!” “Underage” Band 1,2,3,4; President 4; Beta Club 3,4; Service Projects Chairman 4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Vice-President 4; F.C.A. 3,4; French Club 3,4. CAROLYN MITCHELL JONES Journalist; E.C.U.!; Ember’s Club Beta Club 4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Typist 4; Latin Club 1; Student Council 3,4; F’rench Club 3,4. RANDY GLENWOOD JONES Best boy in everything? Miss Williamson’s Friend Beta Club 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Secretary 3; Monogram Club 1,2. 42 VICKY DIANE JONES Office Girl; Woman Driver; Faithful Worker ius Driver 4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 3, 1; Historian 4; Library Club 2,4. LINDA LEE “Talk, talk, talk.”; T-A-L-L; “I like to dance!” .H.A. 1,2,3,4; Student Council Rep. ,4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Library Club 1; lonogram Club 2; Student Council 3,4; Ireasurer 3. ERNEST GERALD KEITH Bus Driver; Gerry; “Big Boy” Football Casualty Band 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; Sgt.-at- Arms 3; Vice-President 4; F.F.A. 1,2; Latin Club 4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; F.C.A. 3,4. RONNIE STEPHEN LESSARD “It’s about time!”; Yellow Pontiac and Green Mustang?? BARBARA JANE K1NTON “Shorty”; Librarian; Dependable F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Library Club 2,3,4. SAMUEL WAYNE LEWTER Sammy; Football End; Mechanic; Confuscious Say F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. 43 BELINDA GAYLE LIPSCOMB Rings on her toes; “1 do my own hair!” Partying F.H A. 1,2; Library Club 1,2,3,4; Trea¬ surer 2. BONNIE JO McGEE Fred; Future Teacher; Petite D.E. Club 3,4; Historian 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Secretary 4. STEPHEN ALLEN MASER Crazy-baby; A Soul of Joy; Raleigh girls Bus Driver 2,3,4; D.E. Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3.4; Science Club 2; F.C.A. 3,4; Sgt.-at-Arms 3. JIMMY DELLE MILLS Blondy; Soul Lover; Garner OLIVER CRAIG McLEAN “Hippie”; California or Burst; Beach Trips F.F.A. 1; Science Club 2; V.I.C.A. 3,4; Student Council Rep. 4. CHARLES EDWIN MANGUM, JR. “Skipper”; Gustos; Burgaw hospital; Motorcycle Rider D.E. Club 4; Latin Club 1,2. 44 JIMMY RAY NAYLOR Gay; Professional Artist; Cars F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. SUSAN VIORA PADGETT f’all Yell; “I wanta be Bobby’s girl!” F.H.A. Treasurer ;ta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Historian 3; Library Club 1,2; Mono- am Club 2,3,4; French Club 3,4. JOHNNY KAY NAYLOR Five cars in one year; ‘‘Which one are you?”; Bulletin Boards F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. JESSE EARL PAGE, JR. “Wise-Cracking”; General Business Guy; “I’m smart” F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. PEGGY LEE OLIVER Madame President; Girls State; School Spirit; Denpendable Beta Club 3,4; F.H.A. 4; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Club Editor 3; Sports Editor 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Student Coun¬ cil Rep. 3; Student Council 3,4; Presi¬ dent 4; Latin Club 1,2; French Club 3; F.C.A. 3,4. CARSON LEONARD PARTIN Parson Partin; Watch those seventh graders!; Daniel Boone F.F.A. 1,2,3. 45 ROBERT PINERA Pinera’s hang-out; Seventh grade Spanish; Knows Cars F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. VIRGINIA FRANCES POLLARD Willing worker; Lasting impressions; M.L.G. F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3; Greenbriar Staff 3; Library Club 4; V1CA 3,4. LINDA GAIL POLLARD Great Smile; Always willing to help F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 4. SUSAN ELIZABETH PERSON Neat and Petite; “Are you Martha’s sister?”; Attractive Band 1,2; F.H.A. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Vice-President 2; Science Club 2,3; Trea¬ surer 3; French Club 3. ALVIS STACY PLEASANT “It’s my brother’s car”; No, I don’t sell cars; Long Hair? Bus Driver 3,4; D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. ASHLEYN SIBYL PETERSON Carolina Weekends!; “I’m a little teapot”; Pin k Champagne Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council Rep. 4; Beta Club 3,4; Convention Chairman 4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Business Manager 4; Latin Club 1,2; Science Club 3,4; Sec¬ retary 3; President 4; Student Council 4; Treasurer 4; French Club 3,4. 46 LIZZIE RAMBEAUT “I saw the cutest boy!” Seen with Gail F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Library Club 1,2,3,4. HORACE BRANTLEY POWELL C.L.B.; Army Kid; “It will do wheelstands!” Band 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1; Latin Club 4. TIMOTHY DOUGLAS POWELL “French Scholar”; Football Pro; Red Vet Band 1; F.F.A. 1,2,4; Monogram 1,2,3,4; French Club 3; Vice-President 3. PATRICIA LYNN POPE “I didn’t read my biology!” Campbell; Jackie and Me Sind 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Greenbriar Staff 4; Library Club 3,4; French Club 3,4. MIRIAM ANN RAMEY “I love children!” Willing FTA Worker; Engaged F.H.A. 1,2; Reporter 2; F.T.A. 3,4; Library Club 1. JACKIE SHARON RAGSDALE I Our Attendant; “Independent”; Summer Blonde llnd 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Reporter 4; 1 rl.A. 1,2,3; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Class istorian 4; Library Club 2,3,4; Student uncil Rep. 3,4; Parliamentarian 4. 47 STEVE ALEXANDER RAY “Me Sleepy?” “My hair’s not long!” Algebra II F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Committee Chairman 2. DIANE LYNN SCHMELZER Art Major; Personality Plus; New Jersey Summers Beta Club 3,4; Student Council Rep¬ resentative 4; F.H.A. 1; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Art Committee Chairman 3; Program Chairman 4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Secretary 4. CHARLES ACRIEL ROGERS A P; “Baby, I’ll never settle down!!” D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3. MARIAN SUE REAVES Basketball; Belks; Power-Packed F.H.A. 1,2,4; Parliamentarian 2; Green- briar Staff 3,4; Ass. Sports Editor 3; Sports Editor 4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Reporter 3; Student Council Represen¬ tative 4; F.C.A. 3,4. THOMAS FAIRLEY SCHOLL Tip-Top; Miss Murray’s Pet; Manager F.F.A. 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. SUZANNE SENTER Marshal; Typing Whiz; “I was here in the second grade!” Beta Club 4; D.E. Club 3,4; Parliamen¬ tarian 4; F.H.A. 1; Library Club 2. 48 BURL HURLBUT SMITH; IV “I believe in student longes.” Smitty; Slow F.F.A. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Monogram Flub 2,3,4. JAMES ISAAC STEPHENS Sir Isaac; “Jingle-bells”; “Yee-Haah..” and 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Parlia¬ mentarian 4; Greenbriar Staff 4; Photog- jipher 4; Latin Club 1,2; Science Club ,3,4; Vice-President 2; President 3; Stu- [ent Council 2,3,4; Vice-President 3 ; irench Club 3,4. LARRY LEWIS SMITH Angier boy; laugh a minute; Bread truck” Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. JANE ELIZABETH STEPHENS “Jim”; “What ever happened to Jack Ruby?”; Viola Beta Club 3,4; Greenbriar Staff 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Library Club 2,3; French Club 3. RODNEY LEE SMITH Yellow Ford; Mustache; Service Station Bus Driver 3,4; D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4. WILLIAM RUSSELL STEPHENS, JR. Back talk; gas pumper; Billy-boy F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; VICA 3,4. 49 PEGGY ANNE SUTTON “Ya’ll, 1 don’t know what I’m going to do!”; Friendliness F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 3,4; French Club 3,4; Library Club 2. SUSAN DIANE THOMAS Keeping up with the Joneses; “Curly”; Miss Attractive Band 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Secretary 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Secretary 4; F.H.A. 1; Greenbriar Staff 1; Latin Club 2,3; Science Club 3,4. RICHARD DAVID TILLEY Zula; Woodrow Street; Ticky-Rilley Band 1,2; F.F.A. 4; Latin 1,2; Mono¬ gram 1,2,3,4; F.C.A. 3,4; Vice-Presi¬ dent 4. GERALD STROUD TRIPLETT To each his own; Soda-jerk; 170 lbs over head Latin Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; President 4; French Club 4; F.C.A. 3,4. DAN LEE TURNER Antiques; Honeychild, Mr. Pianist F.T.A. 3,4; Parliamentarian 3; Green- briar Staff 3; Latin Club 1,2; French Club 3. DONNA MARIE TUTOR Junior Treasurer; Public Library; Baby sitter F.T.A. 3,4; Student Council Represen¬ tative 4: Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Student Council 4. 50 JAMES DANIEL UNDERWOOD Southpaw pitcher; Lafayette twin; Man-o f-the-world I ' .F.A. 1,2,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; VIC A 4; Parliamentarian. j Crooked nose; “I will succeed?” Girls’ State??? jind 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Committee tairman 2; Reporter 3; Wake Co. Sec¬ tary 3; President 4; Wake Co. President 1 Monogram 1,2,3,4; Reporter 4. BARBARA NELL VAUGHAN Pink Coat; Engaged; Color Guard Band 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Reporter 3; F.T.A. 4; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Ad. Staff; Latin Club 3,4; Library Club 1; Science Club 4. MICHAEL HICKS WALTERS GTA; Life guard; Stroud washpit; “Muscles” D.E. Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2. LEONARD CRAWFORD VAUGHAN Manager; “Candy”; Strong lika lion F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Committee Chairman 3, 4; Monogram Club l,2,3,4;Concessions 4. WANDA JEANE WEEKS Beach trips; Tent dresses for two; Twiggy Band 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Treasurer 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Vice-President 4; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Ass. Ad. Man¬ ager 3; Ad. Manager 4; French Club 3,4. 51 MARY SUE WHITE Laughing; Varina Cat; “Sue Baby” F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3; Greenbriar Staff 4; Library Club 3. MARGARET ELIZABETH WILSON J.V.G. Jr. (He’s mine); “You got to be kidding!!; Friendliness Counts Band 1,2,3,4; Reporter 4; Colorguard 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 4; Greenbriar Staff 2,3,4; Ad Staff 2,3; Senior Editor 4; Latin Club 2,4; Library Club 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4; Treasurer 4; Science Club 1,2,3. DORIS GALE WILLIAMS Seen with Carol; Tastee-Freeze; Live it up! F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Greenbriar Staff 3,4; Library Club 2,3. PATRICIA BARBOUR WOOLARD Mrs. Woolard; Miss Carroll’s aid; Executive Secretary F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; Treasurer 4; Greenbriar Staff 4; V1CA 3,4. JIMMY WAYNE WELCH Good looker; Farm Boy; “Let’s go to Raleigh” Band 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. LINDA CAROL WILLIAMS D.Y.; “Your number please?” Speed Demon F.H.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 3; Library Club 4; VICA 3,4. 52 PATSY DIANE WORTHAM K.R.T.; At Buie’s Creek; Worm; Black Wildcat F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. KELLY DALTON WRENN F.F.A. member; “Here 1 am!” Easy Going F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. NANCY LEE YARBOROUGH Nanie; Seen with her Curl; Ha! Ha! F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Library Club 4. PEGGY ANN YOUNG ' Blue-eyes”; Little Bit; “Goer”; E.C.U! • H.A. 3; Latin Club 1,2. 53 Senior , 54 Superlatives BEST ALL AROUND Susan Padgett Randy Jones MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Bonnie Bennett Bobby Walls 55 Senior 56 57 Mascots David Campbell Virginia Bennett Motto Colors A useless life is only an early death. John Donne Baby Blue, White Flower Mountain Laurel 58 Class History Every class that has graduated from Fuquay has been special in some way. Our class is no different. This Class History tells all of our jecialities during our entire schooling period. st-3rd The thrill of school was very great the first three years. We obediently learned-“Look Jane, Look”- A,B,C,”-“1 + 1 = 3?”. th-6th The excitement of school wore off during these years. Our education increased and our friendships grew. No one can forget marbles, jack rocks, and hopscotch behind the Grammar Grade building. We learned much during these years from child to young adult. th-8th Remember P.E.-cold showers in the gym?? And the great experiment-girls separated from the boys. We were also the last eighth graders to have N.C. History. How about the “Womanless Wedding?” OUR HIGH SCHOOL YEARS WERE THE GREATEST! th Freshmen!!!!! The Willow Springs Arrival. We all go to get our Examinations at the Health Department. Great Expectations - “But Mrs. Haddock, I did do my Latin!”—“1 put my zipper in upside down!” And we can’t forget “Driver’s Ed.!” Oth- Our “stinky old frogs.” “-ax+by=c”-Julius: “et tu Brute?”; “Naw, 1 ain’t et yet, man!” - Waiters and waitresses for “Under¬ water Fantasy” - And finally, WHEELS!! 1th- Our great football team 7-1 2 Explosions in Chemistry-“Test, Test, Test” (PSAT, SAT, ACHIEVEMENT. MENTAL MATURITY, etc.) - “Magazines MUST be sold!” - Miss lola’s last year. Remember Asheville? Three Coins In a Fountain- “Dead fish, floating gym.” - Sand and Sun with “Sunburn” and Carolina Beach - And we can’t forget our " Honored” Marshals. 2th- At last, the oldest! March in for Assembly - “Our” Superlatives are chosen - “Our Queen” - “Our” mascots - And late as usual - NEW Class Rings - Dead batteries at College Day - D-Day; December 2 (SAT) - We are not only the 50th class to graduate but most of us were also born in ‘50. Jackie Ragsdale Billy Johnson THE FUTURE AWAITS FOR EACH NOW!!! Class of ’69 President.Hardy Baker Secretary Vice-President .O.T. Adcock Treasurer . Patricia Mills Debra Smeltzer Debbie Abernathy Kay Adams Billy Adcock Margaret Adcock O.T. Adcock Joe Ashworth Bonnie Babb Emily Baker Hardy Baker Connie Barnes Bill Berry Dicky Betts Frankie Boone Phillip Bowden 60 Jerry Bryant Deborah Bullock Brenda Carroll Cathy Carroll Jennie Connor Susan Cotten Randy Cotten John Cotten Freddie Cummings Jackie Currin Sandra Denton Jewell Dewar Debbie Dickens Donald Dickens Carol Dickens Faye Duke Cecil Dupree Karen Egsegian Bonnie Faircloth Barbara Francis Mike Gay Donna Goodwin Constance Griffin Lynda Griffin David Hair Hubert Hare Donny Hargis Bobby Harvell Sharon Hawley Randy Hayes 61 Sylvia Holland Tim Holland Bonnie Howard Danny Howard Mary Helen Howard Russell Jackson Bill Kerr Marilyn Langdon Jerry McLaurin Diane McLeod Gale Mangum Mike Mangum Earl Mangum Gwyn Martin Frankie Maser Mary Matthews Patricia Mills Donnie Moore Ricky Myatt Ronnie Myatt Wanda Myatt Terry Myatt Billy Partin Wade Pearce Royce Elaine Phelps Linda Pollard Johnny Potter Evelyn Ragan Danny Reagan Susan Reagan 62 Kay Reaves Shirley Revels Carol Rhodes Bruce Rogers Ruby Rogers Lorraine Rollins Susan Rowland Debra Schmelzer Durwood Smith Ben Slaughter Larry Smith Judy Snead Mary Stanfield Donnie Stephenson David Stephenson Gay Stephenson Joe Stroud Frankie Stuart Freddie Stuart Vickie Stuart Martha Sugg Steve Terry Bill Tingen Rodney Trull Carolyn Turner Gloria Turner Ricky Wagstaff Donald Walker Kay Weathers Frank West Anne Wilkerson Freddie Williford Joe Wrenn Tony Young Not Pictured Steve Mann 63 Class of ’70 Blades Elliott, President; Rusty Caudill, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Nancy Honeycutt, Secretary; Benny Enzor, Treasurer. Pat Adams Wanda Adams Sammy Adcock Donny Anderson Billy Arnau Deborah Averette Sue Bass Lynn Bennett Nancy Bennett Donald Bowden George Brown Joanne Bullock Kenneth Burroughs Fred Burt Diane Callis Greg Carlyle Donna Carroll Judy Champion 64 Paul Clark Debra Clayton Rhonda Clayton Sonja Clayton Drusilla Cotton Bobby Currin Tony Davis Myra Dean Rex Dean Delores Denton Blades Elliott Karen Ellis Benny Enzor Rob Faucette Barney Fish Brad Fish Nelson Fish Diane Fuller Sophomores Tommy Goss Ted Grantham Sandra Gray Debbie Griffis Terry Guy Judy Hare Diane Harvell Steve Harvell Tim Harvell Shelton Hawley Danny Higgins Nancy Honeycutt Louise Horton Lynn Horton Tommy Horton Jay Howard Carson Hunt Billy Inscore 65 Art Jackson Gloria Johnson Janine Johnson Richard Johnson Doug Jones Grayson Jones Larry Jones Tony Jones Lewis Keith Karen Kelley Johnny Kinton Debbie Kissel Deborah Lawrence Kenneth Lewter Jerry Mann Dickie Mason Sophomores . Wanda Massey Debbie Matthews Sandra McLeod Linda Meadows Jon Payne Morris Bobby Morton Chris Mullen Diane Myatt L.P. Myatt Wanda Myatt Robert Page Cecil Pearson Ronnie Phillips Eva Powell Diane Pruitt Patty Reed Sandra Riley Danny Rogers 66 Gail Soltwedel Melissa Sanders Vickie Senter Amelia Smith Betty Smith Debra Smith Freddie Smith Vicky Stephenson Judy Strickland Jeanie Stroud Paul Stroud Judy Sykes Tommy Talley Teresa Thomas Donna Tilley Tommy Tripp Jimmy Tutor Monroe Underwood Class of ’70 Deborah Underwood Gail Veasey Mike Veasey Vanessa Watson Kenneth Weathers Mike Weeks Gerald Wiggins Diane Williams Don Wilson Phillip Wilson Gail Wood Dwight Wood 67 Jimmy Adams J.P. Adams Kathy Adcock Fred Albright Gail Amos Faye Ashworth Johnny Ayers Pat Baird Bernice Baker Caudle Banks Kathy Beasley Ann Beland Johnny Bennett David Black David Blalock Edward Blanchard Joni Blanchard Thersea Bowling Tommy Brown Delores Brubaker Joyce Bullock Peggy Byrd Richard Byrd Roger Callis Sidney Callis Susan Campbell David Carson Jewell Champion Diane Champion Robin Chappell Sheilah Cotten Vickie Cotten Class of 7 1 Sam Muktarian, President; David Peterson, Vice- President; Darlene Mize, Secretary; Joyce Muktarian, Treasurer. 68 Teresa Creech Ronnie Currin Steve Currin Tim Currin Debbie Dean Danny Dickens Karen Dickens Mike Dickens Chip Dorman Suzanne Douglas Michael Dupree Teresa Dupree Melick Elliott Patsy Evans Doug Faircloth Ronnie Faircloth Homer Rish Jimmy Garner Truett Garner Johnny Gilbert Debbie Griffin Chester Griffis Mike Griswold Sherrill Guin Patsy Guy Ricky Guy Diane Hall Elaine Hare Carol Holland Bennie Honeycutt Linda Honeycutt Charles Howard Freshmen Gwen Johnson Randy Johnson Robert Johnson Debra Jones Dennis Jones Vickie Jones Eddie Joseph Mike Kelly Bonnie King Betty Kinton Mark Kissel Vickie Langdon Mike Lee Robert Lee George Lewter Vickie Lovette Barry Mangum Steve McKinney Earl McLamb Penny McLeod 69 Bobby Messer Cathy Milstead Darlene Mize Joyce Muktarian Sam Muktarian Dale Myatt Ronald Myatt Sharon Naylor Tommy Newton Wanda Parker Chester Partin Paulette Pearce Teresa Pearce David Peterson Montie Pinion Phyllis Pollard Ricky Powell Wanda Ramey Shelia Ray Darrell Rowland Sandra Rowland Phyllis Russel Iris Raines Jack Senter William Slaughter Jerrold Smale Beverly Smith Dorothy Smith Goldie Smith James Smith Joe Smith Sue Smith Freshmen . . . Class of 7 1 Robbie Smith Pamela Stanfield Rudy Starling Kenneth Stephenson Harold Stuart Melissa Taylor Larry Thorne Joseph Tilley Donald Trull Nancy Underwood Timmy Upchurch Randall Washington Brenda Wells David West Debra Wilson Teresa Woolard Not Pictured Mike Jones Dwite McLeod Jimmy Norris 70 71 72 73 Delores Brubaker, Truett Garner-Freshmen Class Editors; Debra Averette. Benny Enzor-Sophomore Class Editors; Royce Elaine Phelps, O.T. Adcock-Junior Class Editors; Peggy Wilson, Jimmie Honeycutt-Senior Class Editors. The following are the ones that type our annual up for us. They are Linda Hare, Jane Stephens, Carolyn Jones-Head Typist, Sharon Hawley and Barbara Vaughn. 74 Greenbrier Staff Jennie Connor and Amelia Smith-Club Editors; Donna Tutor- Feature Editor; Billy Johnson, Melissa Sanders, and Debbie j Matthew-Art Editors; Peggy Oliver, Fred Bass, Sue Reaves- Sports Editors. Debbie Abernathy-Assistant Editor; Wanda Weeks-Ad Manager; Gwyn Martin-Assistant Ad Manager; Ashleyn Peterson-Business Manager; Donna Goodwin-Assistant Business Manager. The purpose of this organization is to publish a yearbook of the activities of the Fuquay-Varina High School. 75 Peggy Oliver, President; Bob Johnson, Vice-President; Diane Schmelzer, Secretary; Ashleyn Peterson, Treasurer; Jackie Ragsdale, Parliamentarian. The Student Council is always active in all school activities. The main purpose this year was to produce more school spirit. 76 Student Council The purpose of the members of the Student Council is to be the leaders of the student body, to stimulate student interest and to encourage student participation and spirit in all school affairs, to promote high standards of citizenship in the school, and to develop, through actual practice, a love and respect for democracy among the students. 77 Beta Club The purpose of the Beta Club is: to promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among the students of this school, to reward meritorious achievement, and to encourage and assist students after high school. Fayeson Chappell-President; O.T. Adcock-Vice President; Susan Thomas- Secretary; Wanda Weeks-Treasurer; Jimmy Stephens-Par 1 iamentarian; Suzanne Senter-Historian; Jackie Ragsdale-Reporter; Diane Schmelzer- Student Council Representative; Charles Johnson-Sergeant at Arms. The Beta Club has sponsored some very unusual projects this year. One of our favorite was probably Twirp Week. 78 Marshals i The Marshals for 1967 were; Fayeson Chappell Honeycutt.Bob Johnson,Billy Johnson, and Jimmy and Peggy Oliver, Head Marshals; Ashleyn Peterson, Stephens. Wanda Weeks,Suzanne Senter,Danny Callis,Jimmie 79 FT A The purpose of the Future Teachers of America is: to learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, responsibilities, and its important role in our democracy; to explore our own interest and abilities in relation to the various fields of teaching; to cultivate in ourselves the qualities of personality, character, and leadership, which are essentials of good teachers; to learn how and where teachers receive their training, the cost, scholor- ships available, and standards; and to study the lives and the influence of good teachers. Ronnie Horton, President; Wanda Weeks, Vice President; Bonnie McGee, Secretary; Patricia Wollard, Treasurer; Diane Jones, Historian; Jennie Caudill, Reporter; Donna Tutor, Student Council Representative. Among these members you find willing workers that room that they work in at least three times a week. The love children and the work dealing with them. Each has a money in the cl ub was raised through public projects. 80 Bus Drivers The purpose of the Bus Drivers Club is: to promote safety in transportation of school children through con¬ stant study of transportation of school children through constant study of transportation and safety problems; promote understanding between bus drivers, parents, and students; assure our school of an alert and aware group of bus drivers; and to develop an awareness on the part of bus drivers and students of the opportunities in the field of transportation. Steve Maser, President; Gerry Keith, Vice President; Susan Thomas, Secretary; Jerry McLaurin, Treasurer; Terry Myatt, Student Council Representative. These members have a large responsibility that they take from Willow Springs School to school and back home each willingly. They have one of the largest jobs in school. They day that school takes in. have to take the students of Fuquay-Varina School and some 81 Monogram Club Gerry Triplett, President; Steve Terry, Vice President; Lorraine Rollins, Secretary; Peggy Wilson, Treasurer; Sue Reaves, Student Council Representative; Diane Schmelzer, Program Chairman; Bobby Walls, Reporter; Charles Johnson, Sergeant-of-Arms. The purpose of the Monogram Club is to maintain and promote good sportsmanship within the school and between our teams and competing teams. 82 F C A The purpose of this club is to confront athletes and through them the youth of our community w ith the challenge and adventure of accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior- Participating in His Church and serving Him through our Vocations, by providing pro¬ grams, by assimilating inspirational informa¬ tion through all possible communication media and to work closely with the churches of the community. Steve Hall. President: Ricky Tilley. Vice President: Fayeson Chappell, Secretary; Jennie Conner. Treasurer: Bob Johnson. Student Council; Steve Maser, Sergeant-of-Arms. 83 Band Mr. John Culp Bob Johnson, Band Captain; Ashleyn Peterson, Student Council; Billy Johnson, Drum Major. 84 The Fuquay Falcon Band has had one of its best years in 1967-1968. It has partici¬ pated in numerous parades both in Raleigh, Fuquay, and many other cities. The band also attended all the home football games and most of the out-of-town games. A Christ¬ mas concert was planned and presented in December and the band planned to attend the State Contest. We hope to top off the year at the “Sun Fun Festival.” Susan Thomas Head Majorette Donna Goodwin; Royce Elaine Phelps; Ashleyn Peterson. Janine Johnson; Eva Powell; Diane Callis. Barbara Vaughan; Peggy Wilson, head colorguard: Wanda Weeks; Pam Griffis; Jackie Ragsdale. 85 French Club Leonard Johnson, President; Russell Jackson, Vice President; Debbie Schmelzer, Secretary; Jackie Ragsdale, Treasurer. The purpose of the French Club is to promote more interest in French among the members of the club. The French Club this year has finally become a club of recognition in the school. It hopes to establish its place among the other acti¬ vities in school as other clubs do. 86 The purpose of the Latin Club shall be to pro¬ mote more interest in Latin among the members of the club. Amelia Smith, President; Jewell Dewar, Vice President; Diane Callis, Secretary; Pat Adams, Treasurer. The Latin members each year pay a fee of one dollar. At the Fund to help those students who would like to further their end of the year they always donate money to the Scholarship education and do not have the appropriate funds. Latin Club 87 Pam Griffis, President; Debbie Abernathy, Vice President; Susan Padgett, Treasurer; Gloria Turner, Reporter; Linda Lee, Stu¬ dent Council; Debbie Griffis, Recreation; Kay Reaves, H. iorian; Carol Rhodes, Secretary. The purposes of this club is to promote a growing appreciation of joys and satisfactions of homemaking, to emphasize the importance of worthy home membership, encourage de¬ mocracy in home and community life, to work for good home and family life for all, to promote international good will, to foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life, to provide wholesome individual and group recreation and, to fur¬ ther interest in home economics. F H A Bobby Walls, President; Danny Callis, Vice President; Jerry McLaurin, Reporter; Cecil Dupree, Student Council; Wade Pearce, Sentinel; Tim Holland, Secretary. The purpose of this club is to develop competent, aggressive, rural, and agricultural leadership, to create and nurture a love of country life, to strengthen the confidence of farm boys and young men in themselves and their work, to create more interest in the intelligent choice of forming occupations, to encourage members in the development of individual farming programs and establishment in farming, to encourage members to improve the farm, home, and its surroundings, to parti¬ cipate in worthy undertakings for the improve¬ ment of agriculture to develop character, train for useful citizenship, and foster pa¬ triotism, to participate in cooperative efforts, to encourage improvement in scholarship, to encourage improvement in practice of thrift, to provide and encourage the development of organized rural recreational activities. F F A V.l.C.A AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM DESIGNED TO IMPROVE THE JOB PERFORMANCE OF BEGINNING WORKERS V J S, " f f A Blur ; w Ifl k - b ■ ' • MlT ARBl , uy _ ' tHsgigS?. % i e -- — rrj ini L W t 1 0 The VICA Club has become a very active club in the past year. activities of school since they have finally become an organized This year in the Homecoming Parade they came in third place in club under a constitution, the contest for floats. They hope to become more involved in the Jerry Bryant,President;Tony Jones,Vice President; Sandra Cotton, Treasurer; Craig McLean, Student Council Representative; Danny Underwood, Historian. The purposes of this organization are; to assist local Club members in the growth and development of VICA; to unite in a common bond without regard to race,creed, or national origin full-time students enrolled in classes with vocational trade and industrial objectives; to de¬ velop leadership abilities through participation in educa¬ tional, vocational, civic, recreational, and social activities; to foster a deep respect for the DIGNITY OF WORK; to assist students in establishing realistic vocational goals; to help students attain a purposeful life; to create enthusiasm for learning; to promote high stand¬ ards in trade ethics, workmanship, scholarship, and safety, to develop the ability of students to plan to¬ gether, organiz e and carry out worthy activities and projects through the use of the democratic process; to foster a wholesome understanding of the functions of labor and management organizations, and a rec¬ ognition of their mutual interdependence; to create among students, faculty members, patrons of the school and persons in industry, a sincere interest in and esteem for trade and industrial education; and to develop pa¬ triotism through a knowledge of our Nation’s heritage and the practice of DEMOCRACY. 90 D.E. This club is an organization of students enrolled in vocational in human relationships, foster deep feelings of business to society, distributive education classes of Fuquay-Varina School and has develop an understanding of vocational education, encourage as its purpose to further the welfare of its members by stimulating high ethical standards in business and industry - , and create and nur- professional growth, develop progressive leadership, develop skills ture an understanding of our free, contpetive interprise system. William Howard,President; Mrs. Franklin.Sponsor; Larry Smith, Vice President; Bonnie Babb, Treasurer; Connie Horton, Student Council; Wanda Myatt, Secretary; Vicky Gregory, Historian; Suzanne Senter, Parliamentarian. The D.F. Club or Distributive Education Club is one of our newer clubs which has grown a great deal since its start. It ts very active in all activities of school this year. 91 Science Club The main purpose of the Science Club is to meet the needs of those students interested in exploring science beyond the opportunities offered them in the regular class periods. Ashleyn Peterson, President; Jimmie Honeycutt, Vice President; Deborah Averette, Secretary; Faye Ashworth, Treasurer; Pat Adams, Student Council; Rusty Caudill, Historian. The Science Club always sponsors the Science Fair which is a big event yearly in the school. 92 Library Club Jennie Connor, President; Karen Egsegian, Vice President; Jennifer Dean, Secretary; Mrs. Kathleen Campbell, Advisor; Gayle Mangum, Treasurer; Jackie Ragsdale, Student Council. 93 Chorus Chorus Director-Mr. John Culp; Officers—President, Linda Hare; Vice President, Nancy Yarborough; Secretary-Treasurer, Deborah Bullock. This year the chorus is planning two concerts. The first one will be a Christmas concert, and the second one to be given 94 Homecoming Susan Person, Susan Thomas, Jackie Ragsdale, Paulette Pearce, Diane Callis, Debbie Dickens. 95 96 97 i _ Y ' a l The cheerleaders this year have been known as the loudest ones that have been at Fuquay. They are always full of spirit for our teams. Susan Padgett, Diane Schmelzer, Nancy Bennett, De¬ borah Averette, Karen Kgsegiane, Mary Matthews, Peggy Oliver, Debbie Schmelzer, Gloria Turner. Susan Padgett 98 Yell The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders always traveled with their teams and cheered with great school spirit. Paulette Pearce, Judy Currin, Nancy Walters, Beverly Smith, Kathy Wilson, Joyce Muktarian, Deborah Jones, Lib Smith. Brenda Wells 99 Varsity Football The captains were: Gerry Triplett, Charles Johnson, C.B. Francis, Benny Brown. Fuquay 20 Angier 6 Fuquay 13 Wake Forest 0 Fuquay 0 North Johnson 13 Fuquay 0 Benson 6 Fuquay 26 Smithfield 20 Fuquay 7 Millbrook 21 Fuquay 0 Clayton 59 Fuquay 14 Selma 0 Fuquay 30 Vaiden Whitley 7 Fuquay 25 Apex 6 100 Benny Brown James Davis C.B. Francis William Howard Charles Johnson Tim Powell Sammy Lewter Robert Pinera Gerry Triplett Bobby Walls Tommy Scholl Leonard Vaughan We had a great football team this year. They put out a lot of good effort and con¬ tinued to fight all the season. Even though we lost a good player in the Wake Forest game, the Fighting Falcons kept on toward the goal of victory. We won six games and lost four of them this season. The Fighting Falcons won the Homecoming Game this year over Apex by a score of 25 to 6. We want to congratulate the fine effort and the coaching that was dis¬ played by our team and the coaches this year. 101 Varsity Basketball Bill Kerr, Ricky Tilley, Leonard Johnson, Richard Currin, Russell Johnson, Joe Ashworth, Frankie Boone, Joe Wrenn, Charles Jackson, Dicky Betts, Rob Faucette, Donald Walker, Richard Johnson, Mike Mangum. Coach Rudy Brown and Senior Richard Currin. Lafayette Lafayette Vaiden Whitley Clayton Benson Smithfield Millbrook North Johnston Wake F ' orest Apex Selma Smithfield Benson North Johnston Selma Wake Forest Home Opponents 68 39 52 37 61 55 51 48 64 38 58 44 30 40 45 46 50 72 66 59 69 59 55 42 67 53 58 76 56 48 60 oe 102 Lorraine Rollins, Jennie Conor, Linda Gritfin, Patricia Mills, Coach Byrd, Sue Reaves, Gwyn Martin, Gvvyn Johnson, Diane Hall, Henry Kirby, Sheila Cotten, Pam Grilfis, Wanda Ramey, Peggy Barbara Francis, Debbie Griffin, Debbie Griffis. Home Opponents 1 Lafayette 28 32 1 Lafayette 40 31 [ Vaiden Whitley 34 38 Clayton 20 22 1 Benson 37 41 | Smithfield 39 45 1 Millbrook 44 31 I North Johnston 33 28 i Wake P ' orest 14 31 | Apex 33 19 I Selma 24 52 1 Smithfield 33 36 Benson 28 27 1 North Johnston 19 26 | Selma 48 26 Wake Forest 20 39 Coach Henry Kirby, Seniors Pam Griffis, and Sue Reaves. 103 mm Baseball Charles Johnson, Henry Kirby-coach, Frankie Boone The baseball team put out a lot of ef¬ fort, and had a few breaks but most of the breaks were bad. The team had a good coach, and some fine players who did a nice job of playing baseball. We are look¬ ing for a better season this year. Gay Stephenson, Rob Faucette, Mike Veasey, Mike Weeks, Smith, Russe ll Jackson, Steve Hall, Mike Mangum, Nelson Fish, Frankie Boone, Charles Johnson, Johnny Kinton, Mr. Kirby, Larry Art Jackson, Bill Berry, Stacy Pleasant. 104 Track Donald Walker, Larry Smith, Bob Slaughter, Freddy Smith, Curtis Lee, Mike Reaves, Charles Johnson, David Stephenson, Kenneth Weathers, Tommy Scholl, Dwight Wood, Paul Clark, Billy Arnau, Frankie Boone, Tommy Tripp, Larry Jones, Steve Wortham, Billy Adcock, Lewis Keith, Sammy Lewter, Gerry Triplett, Mr. Graham Myrick-coach. 105 J. V. Football David West, Tim Currin, Roger Callis, Steve Fish, Charles Howard, Dale Myatt, Edward Blanchard, Johnny Ayers, Mike Lee, A1 Randy Johnson, Ronnie Faircloth, Milton Senter, Earl McLamb, Slaughter, Allen Horton, Ronnie Currin. Stanley Jones, Sam Muktarian, Ricky Connor, Tommy Newton, J. V. Basketball Blades Elliot, Rusty Caudill, Brad Fish, Art Jackson, Johnny Steve Currin, Tommy Goss, Chris Mullen, Tommy Talley, Coach Ayers, Benny Enzor, Larry Jones, Mike Weeks, Milton Senter, Henry Kirby, HI. 106 107 Compliments of THE BANK OF VARINA Two Locations in Fuquay - Varina, North Carolina 108 MATTHEWS GENTRY Compliment ' s of SERVICE STATION Hester and Hobbs AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE Hardware Co. Bottle Gas Highway 401, 8 miles north of Fuquay - Varina Hardware Paints Sporting Goods " Service is Our Best Product " Compliments of P. O. Box 596 Phone 552-41 16 Fuquay - Varina, N. C. THOMAS SON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Needmore Community Compliments of LA MAESA BEAUTY SHOP Owned and operated by Mrs. S.B. Underwood Highway 42 Phone 552-2796 John Deere Sales Service Chancie Moore Farm Compliments of Equipment Inc. BAKER ' S POOL ROOM Proprietor — George Baker Highway 401 North P .O . Box 125 Fuquay - Varina, N. C. Main Street Fuquay-Varina, N.C. 109 Compliments of CORNELL DUBILIER ELECTRONICS DIVISION to FUQUAY VARINA HIGH SCHOOL If you are not going to college. . . see us before you start job - hunting. Compliments of McLEAN ' S GROCERY Congratulations, Seniors from CARLISLE MOBILE HOMES 607 West South St. Raleigh, N . C. NORTH SOUTH 66 SERVICE STATION 4016 Fayetteville Road Raleigh, N . C. 27603 Phone 772-3366 Compliments of ELMO ' S - B.J. FISH Men and boy ' s clothiers Home of Botany ' 500 ' suits Ladies sportswear and casual wear We have all the new styles colors in Misty Harbor Coats Main Street Fuquay-Varina 110 Congratulations BEST OF LUCK CLASS OF 1968 Class of 1968 from ANGIER FABRIC SHOP AA SHELL SERVICE AND GARAGE Angier, N . C. COMPLIMENTS of HOWARD ' S TASTEE FREEZE CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS VARINA PHARMACY Albert Clay Compliments of Green Acres Super Market U.S. 401 North of Fuquay Phone 552-5556 Ashworth’s Inc. Van Heusen Shirts Florshein Shoes Crosby Squire Jantzen Sportswear Dobb ' s Hats Cricketeer Suits ill COMPLIMENTS OF UNIVERSITY GARDENS AND APARTMENTS OF CHAPEL HILL INC. RALEIGH MOBILE HOMES OF RALEIGH INC. CAPITAL MOBILE HOMES OF RALEIGH INC. DURHAM MOBILE HOMES OF DURHAM INC. CAPITAL MOBILE HOMES OF DURHAM INC. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 19o81 Compliments of VIRGIL DICKENS 112 WuJ r and Jdoneif.cu it,3, oneyi me. Complete Insurance Service 116 Raleigh Street Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 27526 L. A. MUDGE-President P.K. HONEYCUTT-Vice-President Compliments of Compliments of KESLER ' S DR. WILEY H. COZART, JR. Clothing and Shoes For Al 1 the Fami ly Fuquay - Varina, N.C. I Compliments of ELLIOTT’S PHARMACY Whitman ' s Chocolates Fountain Service Cosmetics Magazines Drug Service Since 1914 Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Compliments of TILLEY BROTHERS BODY SHOP Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Phone 552-4338 or 552-5673 Expert Body Repairing Auto Chasis Installed All Work Guaranteed Revels Repair Service Homelite Chainsaws David Brown Tractor Case Tractors Combines Compliments of Sales — Parts — Service LANIER ' S CROWN SERVICE GOOD LUCK SENIORS Fuquay - Varina, N 0 C» Stephen’s Supply Co. Compliments of Myers Wayne Water Systems DR. A. G. CRUMPLER Frigidaire Appliances Hardware Building Supplies Du Pont Paints Compliments of Hardware Dept. Building Dept. DICKENS INSURANCE AGENCY Fuquay - Varina Phone 552-2261 Phone 552-4335 1 nsurance wi th Personal Service 114 What is a college education worth? Income Surveys Conducted Since 1945 Show Its Average Worth to be $151,500.00 High School Average Lifetime Earnings $231,500.00 College Average Lifetime Earnings $383,000.00 Fuquay - Varina High School Graduates needing financial aid to pursue their education should apply as quickly as possible to: College Foundation, Inc. First Citizens Bank Building Raleigh, N . C. BANK OF FUQUAY Serving Fuquay - Varina Trade Territory for 58 years Congratulations JONES SERVICE STATION Compliments of REAVES SHOE SHOP Nelson Bennett GRADING CONTRACTOR Dependable Dragline Pan Loader Bulldozer Work COMPLIMENTS OF Snipes Oil Company Gaither Snipes Congratulations from FUQUAY FURNITURE COMPANY Compl iments of RANSDELL BROTHERS CLOTHING 116 Compliments of BYRD ' S DRIVE-1 Highway 70 - 401 South, Raleigh, N.C. Compliments of KEITH TRACTOR IMPLEMENT CO. Massey-Ferguson Tractors and Irrigatio n Systems Congratulations Sen lors! From Capital CoCa-CoLa Co. Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of. . . WICK LUMBER BULDING SUPPLIES CENTER Durham St. Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 552-2291 117 118 GREEN ACRES BARBER SHOP Compliments of Come one.come all. ANDREW ' S OPEN - AIR MARKET Our Service will Suit You 2880 South Wilmington St. Raleigh, N. C. Compliments of SERVICE BARBER SHOP LA SALON " The Shop of Personal Service " Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Phone 552-5712 B.W. Adams Henry Prince Willow Springs - Insurance Agency Compliments of Fire — Automobile — Casualty Kinton Rest Home Hail Insurance Surety Bonds 415 Sunset Drive Willow Springs, N.C. Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Phone 553-5929 119 Congratulations to the Senior Class from The Progressive Store Ray Moore, manager Congratulations from Compliments of FIVE POINTS SERVICE STATION M. H. T.V. RADIO SERVICE 401 South Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Electric Mdse. Sales Service Heating and Air Conditioning Compliments of Johnson Lambe Company " For the Best in Sporting Goods " Raleigh, N.C. Compliments of STROUD PONTIAC - BUICK INC. GOLF CARTS INC. 420 N . Main Street Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Phone 552-2201 120 Congratulations Class of ' 68 Hudson - Belk Company Fuquay - Varina, N. C. Compliments of DR. GLENN B. JUDD Compliments of OLIVE ' S CASH SERVICE CENTER Willow Springs, N.C. Compliments of BAKER OIL COMPANY Compliments of MIDDLE CREEK GROCERY Allen Barbee Agency CLASS RINGS - COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS CAPS GOWNS - DIPLOMAS - ANNUALS Phone: " Over 30 Years Serving Schools " P.O. Box 338 478-3146 Spring Hope, N.C. REPRESENTING LEADING MANUFACTURERS FOR THESE AND OTHER GRADUATION SUPPLIES Allen Barbee - Tommy May - Betsy Lanis - Frances Chamblee 121 Compliments of Varina Farmer’s Exchange Inc. Feeds — Seeds — Fertilizers Insecti cides General Farm Supplies Seed Cleaning Phone 552-2236 Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Compliments of JOE MULLEN Compliments of COTTEN ' S FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 552-2202 Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Compliments of Edna’s Inc. Phone 552-2202 Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Compliments of A. T. STEPHENSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Willow Springs, N.C. MONTGOMERY - GREEN CO. INC. Complete Equipment for the Preparation and Serving of Food Raleigh, Kinston, Greensboro, Charlotte 122 Smith Pharmacy Crumpler Shopping Center " Prescription Specialist " Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Phone 552-2271 Russell Stover Candy Hal I mark Cards - 1 Compliments of DR. FRANK T. HOFF Chiropractic Physician Compliments of DR. GEORGE W. ADCOCK, JR. Fuquay - Varina, N .C. Compliments of WAGSTAFF ROOFING HEATING Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Compliments of HOLLEMAN ' S GROCERY Parker’s Furniture Store Fine Furniture . .. Reasonably Priced Fuquay - Varina, N.C. 123 Compliments of Quality built homes by C. L. Vuncannon PANTHER LAKE Sons are a combination of Good Design and Craftsmanship When better homes are built. .. Compliments of We bui Id them . " A Flome of Your Own is Your POPES INC. Only Real Security " Residential Commercial Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Phone 552-4753 Congratulations Class of ' 68 Compliments of MACKS STORES INC. " Where You Find Quality Merchandise at Discount Prices " Fuquay-Varina, N.C. South Main St. Phone 552-5661 Li I lington, N.C. 124 I 2jiJLuj4- ' C L jUL y Best ' Wishes to the Class of ' 68 from THE KENDALL COMPANY TEXTILE DIVISION Wake Plants 125 NORTH CAROLINA TEXTILES AND CHEMICALS, INC. Fuquay-Varina, N.C. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of ' 68 Rambler - Mercedes Benz - Volvo Weaver Brothers Rambler Inc. 223 W. Lenoir Street Raleigh, N.C. Service Sales FUQUAY MOTOR COMPANY INC. " YOUR FRIENDLY FORD-MERCURY DEALER " Phone 552-2228 Fuquay - Varina, N.C. Compliments of EDDIE ' S RESTAURANT Fuquay-Varina, N.C. 126 Compliments of DR. A.N. JOHNSON OPTOMETRIST REULON DEAN STUDIO Portrait Commercial Photography 213 Woodland Drive P.O. Box 95 Fuquay - Varina, N.C. 27526 1 t Congratulations from: Top’s Cleaners Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Compliments of STANDARD HOMES PLAN SERVICE 127 If you ' re planning to build a new a v home, are you sure it : will have all the value, comfort ience and conven- for truly modern living? It will if it ' s a Gold Medallion Home. CAROLINA POWER LIGHT COMPANY An investor owned, taxpaying public utility company CAROLINA POWER LIGHT CO. FUQUAY VARINA, N. C. ’HARMON ROWLAND INC Factory Authorized Sales - Services - Parts Services on all makes foreign and compact cars Complete selection of used cars Prompt service for in town and out of town customers Sales department 429 S. Wilmington St. Phone 833-5733 y hen it- is important , that your printing is beautiful see Progess Printing Co. Inc. 500 Broad St. Fuquay-Varina North Carolina Lynn Ragan 552-2520 Compliments of Compliments of DR. J. R. EDWARDS, JR. CAROLINA FEED CO. Denti st Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Storm Doors and Windows Free Estimate Compliments of TURNER INSULATING CO. CAIRO DRIVE - IN Phone 552-5460 Tuesday night—free show Fuquay-Varina, N. C. 6 ' JOHNSON n} 1 , cl) ' f A b ■SA " s O ' AP a DRUG STORE " The store of personal service. 1 Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 552-4666 WOODWARD ' S TV RADIO SERVICE Williow Springs, N. C. guaranteed workshop Phone 552-2611 fen 2 O T f y 6c ys y fe, fyj c s - yy ' y ■ 5 £ fis= gr U— wv. 130 t: u ¥ : ‘ ' n} V £ 7 cv Osudyn, M tfj UrWtyTj a W% Ml px [, ,c }w) jtvjr) iuflj ppy 7r b ' ' f 4 v ' )V f Q? . o ®r-V- l %4 Ju " - ' p : ; C - ; V aV A P ' ( V-rvt -Q ' T ?c v vU -r i Sf — y % LAr9yr • f - r r - n | p ? e o- ■ ■■rkpW- ■■■■ ' ■ ' ■ - i f; •:,. ;■ ' • ; ■ .•: ' •;. ■ (:; , if,■•■Ha- ■ ■ . «I®-I
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