G C Hawley High School - Hornet Yearbook (Creedmoor, NC)

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Gftfiviil County i$ is® oxtotti, m wm reference Mot to be Taken From This Library WHEEL OF CONTENTS 9 A school building is constructed of steel and cement, strong and permanent, but it is designed to accommodate an ever-changing flow of students. Year after year buses empty their loads each morning and people stream in waves into the hallways and classrooms to the rhythm of bells. Tides of people rush in and out of the rooms and corridors and finally back to the buses, leaving i the building empty. Carl Sandburg in his poem " Skyscraper " says " It is the men and women, boys and girls so poured in and out all day that give the building a soul of dreams and thoughts and memories " . As each individual forms a part of the mass, so each personality contributes to the whole of Hawley ' s soul--that abstract thing we call school spirit. Soon we, the class of 1967, will be leaving this student body. With us we will take our individual dreams and thoughts and mem- ories, many of which were molded in these halls and rooms. Before we leave, We present the FOREWORD ;j 1967 Hornet, an abstract collection of the people and events that filled our senior year. t 3 MESSAGES FROM EDITORS AND BUSINESS MANAGER Editor in Chief Ronald Harding Associate Editor Annie Watkins Business Manager Alice Burwell An Impressive fact of the times Is rapid and progressive change. We are in the midst of such change. Because of recent legislation calling equal rights and opportunities, one has a better chance to adjust to the change. But one must be prepared to make such an ad- justment. An educatioxr is a necessity to cope with this confusing change. We are beginning in tire right direction by finishing high school. We are now adequately equipped to meet the change head-on and adjust to it completely. Anyone can do as we are doing by taking full advantage of his opportunities. We are doing tills and shall con- quer tire change. Education is as widespread as life itself. As an associate editor. I am proud to leave tills message to you: Strive for higher education. For without education you cannot reach your goals in life. Regardless of race, color, creed or nationality, the best qualified will get the best jobs or opportunities. Follow’ the following objectives: 1. Stay in school. 2. Pay attention to the advisors. 3. Don ' t let your - education go to waste, put it in practice, because practice makes perfect. I ' m taking tills opportunity to leave an important message with you not only as a schoolmate but as a friend. Education is essential for life. With all the demand for better job, higher wages and better social living. I advise each of you to take this great opportunity’ to strive for higher goals. Tire cost of living is rising higher each day but the price of an education is really being lowered. Take my ad- vice and don’t let it sink. Remember that, " He who sails on the sea of education, will land on the shore of great success. ” 4 WE DEDICATE OUR YEARBOOK TO Music is a unifying factor in any high school. In G. C. H. , the Music scene has instilled the student body with enthusiasm and, above all, genuine pride. We feel that it is now time to honor that person whose dedication has inspired many. We, the Class of 1967, in appreciation of his contributions to our class, do dedicate this Hornet to our Music teacher. Mr. E. R. Riddick Soy it with A MAN WHO IS HIMSELF DEDICATED ADMINISTRA TION rrrr Mr, Leatherbcrry. a man of many talents and interests, has successfully guided students through their high school careers. PRENC IP A V $ MESSAGE Dear Graduate. W I Bake pride in congratulating you on having successfully completed tills important phase of your training. Because you have com- pleted require- ments for a high school diploma, you owe it to yourself to continue your training to the end Sat you will become a pro- ductive member of society. With confi- dence in your ability and faith in the wisdom of the goals you have set for yourself in life, I bid you fare- well. This is your day , to hold and to cherish as your very own. Enjoy it, revel in it and so conduct yourself that your par ents, your teachers and your friends will always be as proud of you as they ' are today. May Cod bless you and bring you best of luck. Sincerely, D. O. Leather- Principal 8 SECRETARY S EC RET AST ' S M ESSACE To a senior class which has been busy throughout its four-year era at this institution, l am glad to extend my congratulations . This has been an active class, a remarkable group, a promising set of young men and young women. I trust that your experiences at Hawley High School will ever serve as sources of strength for you as you join other life functions. May tiit: best of everything be yours as you go out into the world. Sincerely, (Mrs. ) Elaine S. Moss Secretary 9 ADVISORS MESSAGE From the Slone Age to the Space Age where we now find ourselves, we have had knowledge of man ' s vision to move on into unknown realms. With this thought in nuncl. we as your advisors, deem it a privilege to use this space in your annual to congratulate you for having made this rung of achievement up the ladder. We hope that your diploma will only serve as a stepping stone to greater achievement. . 11k ’ success of your lives is determined oy your next step. Be sure that it is made m ‘uie right direction. Always look up and strive so go forward. Hitch your wagon to a star, and let it he guided by the true morals ox life. With these, you cannot fail. May Cod ' s ben Isons be with each of you. Si ncerely. V. Mrs. V. F. Brooks Miss M. C. Chavis 1(1 ACTIVITIES Associate Editor Annie Watkins 12 YEARBOOK STAFF Business Manager Alice Burwell Editor-in-Chief Ronald Harding Typist Cheryl Thomas 13 THE PERFECT MATES 1967 One of the greatest creations came when God made man in His own image. He scopped the clay from the earth, molded man and blew into his nostirl breath until he became a living soul. This was a perfect job and since that day man has been seeking his mate. With this in mind the perfect mates of the class of 1967 are declared unto you. The young lady has the glowing hair of Juanita Braswell, the face of Bar- bara Cozart, the smile and complexion of Esther Barnes, the eyes of Josephine Owens, the nose of Lorraine Young, the figure of Linda Scott, and the legs of Helen Green supported by the swift feet of Annie Paschall. She is neat like Minnie Pearl Cash, She is friendly like Annie Watkins. She is dependable like Gloria Dunston. She is co-operative like Linda Ann Jones. She possesses the ladylike qualities of Jacqueline Smith. She is cogenial like Emily Fuller. She is humorous like Ella Johnson. She is studious like Dorine Allen. Her scholarship is that of Alice Burwell. Her conversation is interesting like Mary Green. She possesses the religious conviction of Dorine Allen. She works well with groups like Lois Daniel Now we stand aside the Perfect Girl of ' 67 to await her Perfect Mate. The young man has the hair of Floyd Eaton, the face of Johnnie Fuller, the eyes of Johnnie Morton, the nose of Elliot Winston, and the smile of Herman Williams. He has the physique of Douglas Faulcon, supported by the feet of Wallace Davis. He is neat like Thomas Cozart, He is friendly like James Jones. He is de- pendable like James Daniel, co-operative like Owen Bradford, congenial like Benjamin Harris, and a gentleman like Mack Timberlake. He is studious like Andrew Hester. His scholarship is that of Ronald Harding. His conversations are interesting like Richard Skinner. He possesses the religious conviction of Andrew Hester. He works well with groups like Odis Landis. Now we place beside the Perfect Girl of ' 67, her perfect mate of ' 67. Seemingly, the parents were predestined to bring to Hawley such fruitful re- sults of which they should be proud. 14 Mrs C. M Allen Mr, U. E. Atkins Mrs, V. F. Brooks Mr. P. E Bullock Miss M. C. Chavis ! 5 :: i; I j Mr. B. B. Gilliam Mrs. L. B. Green 1 ? Mrs. K. W. Hedge] Mrs. D. D. Hester Mrs. S P. Lemay Miss A. M. Marable Mrs. L. A. Moss Mrs. W. C. Mtsrfree Mrs. S. H. Parker Mrs. B. K. Pearson. Mrs. j. E. Pettiford Mr. L. X. Pettiford l Mrs. A. M. Platt Mr. E. N. Riddick Mrs. P. B. Ridley Mrs. O. K. Sandford Miss W. A. Shaw Mrs. W. C. Smith 20 Mrs. W. R. Tyler Mr. O Mr. A Mrs. . Wilkins . Williams M. M. Young 21 YOUR SERVICES MADE US TICK SENIORS m IB® if! PRESIDENT PRESIDENT ! S MESSAGE To the principal, faculty, members, and student bodv, I he knowledge we have gained from you will truly mean a great ue;u to us in the future. These are many departing seniors who at one time might have lost faith within themselves. But. due to your support and guidance, we saw a new light, a light that will tend to lead us to success. If we have truly taken in the knowledge of our leaders, life will not bring us all results that will seem blue, but the glow ' in g delight of gold. President. Mack Timberlakc, jr. 24 Dorine Allen 26 27 Linda Cearcel 28 Wallace Davis 29 Emily Fuiie; 30 Rebecca Green 3! Lena Jackson v Dorothy Johnson James Jones Otis Landis Ella Johnson Linda Jones 33 Evelyn Morton Johnnie Morton i Josephine Owens Annie M. Paschall 34 Vercatha Streeter Robert Teasley 36 Mack Timbcrfake 37 Herman Williams 38 Class History It was the second day of September, 1963, a calm, peaceful autumn day, radiant with the sunshine of hope, cheer, and joyous promise, that the good rocket ship " G. C. Hawley High School " launched into an atmosphere of a new school year. It was the same old rocket ship that had carried many astro- nauts to safe landing on the planet of Great Wisdom. This day was a gala day in its history, and many people gazed upon it in wonder as they watched the new astronauts, known as Freshmen, as they so happily stepped aboard, for it was rumored that they were about to explore new and unexplored planets in a quest for the Fountain of Perfect Understanding. We were young and socially inclined, so it did not take us long to become acquainted with our fellow passengers, nor to feel very much at home with our pilots, Miss Shaw, Mrs. Hedgepeth, and Mr. Gooch. There were naturally a few of the liquid foods that we were not accustomed to and seemed to be disagreeable with our digestive system, such as Algebra I and English I, but we continued to con- sume them over and over until they were perfectly assimilated. After returning home for a brief three-months of rest and refueling, we launched once again into another school year, continuing our voyage to the planet of Great Wisdom. Now know as Sophomores, we were more accustomed to our surroundings. The food was a little better. Only a few found Algebra II very tasteful, but it was Ronald Harding ' s favorite dish. Under the leadership of Miss Shaw, Mrs. Marrow, and Mr. Gooch, this voyage was highly successful; although, we had not yet reached our goal. Our third launching was even better than our two previous ones. We blasted off in high gear, bearing the name of " Juniors " this time. Our captains were Mrs. Hedgepeth and Mr. Williams. We encountered a few casualties during this year. Jacqueline spilled a crystal solution on Floyd in Chemistry and Cheryl, Ruby, and Linda Scott got locked in the dark room during chemistry class. Aside from a coat decorated with tiny crystals, a few yells from the dark room, and laughs from the class, no damage was done. During this year Mack Timberlake became one of the oustanding members of the basketball team and Ronald Harding maintained the " A " honor roll throughout the year. We sponsored our first Junior- Senior Prom, with the theme " Singing in the Rain " , which was very appropriate for the rainy weather on prom night. After three months of vacationing and refueling, we launched into our fourth and final school year. Our food was very tasty this year but two dreaded diseases spread among us. Their common names were " Physics " , and " Advanced Math " . They were diagnosed by sleepiness, and listlessness. A true symptom of these diseases was to look at one ' s eyes as he looked at the clock continuously, hoping that it would be time for the bell to sound. A sure cure for these diseases was to look at an " F " on your re- port card or by some miracle to have the captain " Mrs. Jones " , advise you to drop the subject. 39 Our most outstanding team members during this year were Mack Timberlake, Ronald Harding, Helen Green, e Cheryl Thomas, and Linda Scott. Helen Greene, was honored as Homecoming Queen and Juanita Braswell as Miss Hawley High. This was our best year but we would not have survived had it not been for our Senior Advisors, Mrs. V. F. Brooks and Miss M. C. Chavis. Our destiny, the fountain of Great Wisdom has not been reached, but each day of our lives we will continue to strive to reach it for our rewards there will indeed be great. CLASS COLOR CLASS FLOWER Fink Green White Carnation CLASS MOTTO " The future is a world limited only by ourselves " . POEM We started out with willing minds Although the Work was hard We struggled hard to pass the test We vowed we ' d do our part. We did our best in all our work Our tasks both great and small We toiled and toiled for higher goals Success? We want it all. Our teachers guided our best feet and minds They did their very best To them we give our heart of thanks We ' re prepared to stand the test. With struggles, toils and tasks so great A greater success we seek With lots of knowledge we ' ll graduate Our goal we ' re bound to reach. Alice Burwell Agnes Burwell Lorraine YoUng 40 1 1 g I ■igd ' S ' S 1 2 g JUNIORS UNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 42 T. Moore S, Mcghee B. Paschal! L. Du list on L, Man gam L. Allen L« Moore M. Allen J. Allen B. Cozart M. Alston J. Green O. Daniel P. Moore W. Woodard A. Hicks R. Morton M, Owens E. Allen A. Washington D. Curtis S, Harris J. Braswell L. Cozart 43 a k J. Crowell P. Winston E. Hunt W, Eaton V. Lyons j. Estes Y« Landis H Johnson Wright E, Hands M. Young J. Harris J. Tharriagton M, Dargan J. Rowell C. Morgan. P. Clifton C, Cozart 44 SOPHOMORES OPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 46 O, Rogers F, Ellison C. Chavis R, Thomas M. Harris R» Saiterwhke D, Jenkins N. Davis M. Holloway R, Moore G, Washington W , Walker 47 M. Barnes 10th L. Green R, B. Bradford E. Cozart J. Wilkerson J. Jones P. Byrd G. Johnson C. Evans R. Crews L. Bass C, Bridges B. Hicks L. Johnson A. Moss M ■ Lyons T. Vines J. Allen -18 Sccrelars 50 9TH L. Bass R. Green W. Braswell L. Hunt M. Henderson I, White B. Bullock T. Cooper S. Terry j. Davis C. Green L, Laws J, Brisco S. Hunt Q. Gooch J. Tanner C. Wright T. Green L, Daniel M. Harding E. Webb Tharrington Bullock Gregory R. Johnson % P. Allen 52 N. Wilkersor M. Allen C. Larence Y. Allen B. Edgerton E. Williaxps C, Hicks A. Harris B, Green V. Bumpass H. Bradford V. Hunter S. Morton F. Perry M. Timberlake A. Tanner D. Allen J. Streeter O. Cozart S, Williams W ? . Rodgers H. Royster M. Wilder son B. Cooper P. Tanner I. Cook C. Jones L. Cheatham j. Rodwell B. Faulcon P. Michall P, Sandford C. Mangum B- Meadow B, Sattiwhite B. Hicks A. Perry J. Walker T, Cooper E, Oliver O. Daye J, A. Pull tan D, Evans C, Green 0. Wilkersoxi ]. Crews B, Byrd S, Burt T, Pierce J. Wade J, Cozart D. Bullock H. Thorrington j, Winston H. Lyons L. Hunt J. Cogewell H. Ellison O. Hart R, Sattiwhite R. Bailey Wallace Lyons V. Rodgers P, Cooper T. Rodgers R. Johnson J. Bowden D. Williams T. T aimer F. Wyche V. Danniels J S. Sneed L. Mangum B. Parker A, Young T. Bobbitt R. Owens C. Stubb H. Johnson L. Rodgers T. Hobbit B. Henderson M. Bullock T. Rodewell G. Walker D. Estes M. Bridges K. Washington j. Lyons T. Williams A. Royster B. Person R- Rodgers N. Harris T. Laws D. Jeffers W, Moore J» Morgan D. Esthers j, Johnson L. James G. Pegram J. Morgan T. Hester 38 C. Chavis V. Thorpe g, Bailey D. Winston W. Walker N. Burt C. Jenkins P. Cozart M. Lyons D. Allen D. Bailey E. Marrow O. Medline C. Downey R. Winston J. Holloway O, Wiikerson D. Kimball M. Mangum E. Hicks Phyliss A. Holloway W. Moore M, Hunt J. Grissom G, A 11 ex White M. Tanner C. Evans E. Harris V. Thorpe B. Bailey D. Winston W. Walker C. Chavis N. Burt J. Holloway O, W ilk arson D. Kimbell C. Jenkins P. Cozart M, Lyons O. Medline C. Downey R. Winston D. Allen D. Bailey a vl 3 3TT OW E. Hicks Phyliss A. Holloway W. Moore M. Hunt M. Mrmguzn J. Grissom G. Allen B. White M. Tanner C. Evans E. Harris M. Roecher T. Cozart C. Brodie F. Hart G. Lyons D. Daniels B. Rogers P. Jenkins J. Ceantel J. Moore E. Laws J, Curtis E, Royester W » Cozart J. Sandford John Gooch R. Wilkerson G. Alston D, Johnson R. Perry D. Webb j, Landis C. Rodgers A. Person F. Washington D. Thorpe S. Hicks D. Holding B. Williams Mrs. Pearson Miss Miller Mrs. Greene 60 B. Richerson j. Bullock R. Morgan B. White S, Bullock Q. Chavis B. Johnson D. Cooper W. Y oung G. Moore G. Bridges R. Sneed W. Robertson C. Chambers D. Hester 61 — - D. Cooper K. Moore G. Bullock I , Burt j. Thorpe M. Owens S . Lyons H, Johnson J. Ragland T. Smith Z, Moore D, Harris K. Crews L. Harding C. Williams A. Ragland C. Wilke rson D, Bailey I . FauJcon W. Crews M. Jackson F. Speed 62 4TH H. Hester A. Morton D. Evans D. Bullock M. Allen B. Parker B. Hicks J. Macks j, Alston C, Culdwell C. Hayes C. Daye C. Smith R . Lyons J, Anderson W . Moore Y. Davis M. Brasswell S , Bum pass j. Cooper T. Pierce A. Braswell L. Lyons B. Tanner S, Green S, Downey H. Rodwell F. Walker J . Pe rry T. Thorpe j. Tanner W. Winston B. Jenkins D. Burnett M. Perse.. 4sr WWW , M. Bass L. Tinwood A. Parker C. Gooch S. Marrov S, Parker L. Grant Thrope R. Bullock T. Winston D, Fuller R. Estes G. Williams L. Jenkins is. r iSidn. L, Royster J, Tilly j. Dobaly j, Burnett F. Perry ' J, Bobbitt J. Chavis D. Bagby Ragland L. A He r A. Moore J. Green C. Person J , Perry 1 P. Person Mr. Pettiford Mrs. S adford Mrs. Montaque Mrs. Davis L. Holloway M. Eater C. Greets 64 3RD i C, Allen R. Bullock D, Chavis D. Daniel W. Webb D. Moss i. Wilde rson E. Burrns K, Gooch W. Bowden C. Mitchell R; Rogers W, Harding L, Hockaday T. Green B. Crews C. Smith R. Harris H. Bullock Y, Brodie D. Horton D. Harris M. Daniel D. Vines M. Burt L, Brown M, Chavis F. Bobbitt R. Green L, Hunt D. Cearnel S. Perry D. Parrish D. Thorpe S. Keith C. Dave D. Bailey H. Bradford F. Harris S. Harris J. Evans J. Webb R. Walters L» Pegram T. Harris H. Bailey L. Bridgen C, Evans l 6 ORGANIZATIONS CHOIR BAND 68 FFA 69 STUDENT COUNCIL 70 MOST INTELLIGENT ALICE BUR WELL 6 OWEN BRADFORD MOST LADY- LIKE £ MOST GENTLE LIKE DORINE ALLEN £- MACK TLMBERLAKE FRIENDLIEST MARY GREEN JAMES JONES MOST DEPENDABLE ANNIE WATKINS 0 WALLACE DAVIS 74 V MOST ATTRACTIVE AND MOST HANDSOME JOSEPHINE OWENS AND JOHNNIE MORTON 75 i: SHORTEST EVELYN MORTON AND JAMES DANIEL 1 MOST TALKATIVE ELLA JOHNSON G DURAL HARRIS MOST CAREFREE ELIA JOHNSON ODIE SNEED WITTIEST ANNIE PASC HALL JAMES JONES QUIETEST ETHEL HARRIS AND ELLIS WINSTON MISS HAWLEY HIGH Esther Juanita Braswell, the daughter of Mr. i- Mrs. Ernest Braswell reigns as Miss Hawley High for the School School vear 1966- 1967. This charming young lady plans to attend Winston Salem Teacher ' s College, Winston Salem, North Carolina Ns If 79 MISS HAWLEY HIGH’S 80 MISS HOMECOMING 81 MISS HOMECOMING’S ATTENDANTS 02 MISS GRAMMAR GRADE Mary Louise Allen, the daughter of Mr. € Mrs. Alfred Allen of Stem, N. C. was crowned Miss Grammar Grade for the school year 1966-1967. MISS PRIMARY Michelle Braswell, the charming little daughter of Mr, €- Mrs. Daniel Bras- well of Butner, N. C. was crowned Miss Primary for the school year 1966-1967. flf MISS YEARBOOK HATS OFF— Miss Linda Ann Jones, the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Richard L. Jones Sr. , Oxford. N. C. won the title Miss Yearbook 1966- 196? for die interest and hard work she manifested in cam- paigning so diligently. We are grateful to Miss Jones for her un- tiring efforts. 85 MISS JABBERWOCK Annie Mae Watkins represented her school in the Annual Jabbervvock, presented by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Miss Watkins is a very active young lady ' ' in her school and community. She enjoys working with people. Annie is planning a career in the field of Business Education. 87 MISS DEBUTANTE Jacqueline Arm Smith the daughter of Mr, Z Mrs. Clyde Smith, Creedmoor, N, c had the honor of representing her school at the Annual Debutante Ball held at Pine key Street School. Henderson, N. C, for the school term 1966-67. i | I BY OF THE YEAR AND RUNNERS-UP 89 BABIES 90 MISS ALUMNI 91 BEAUTY OF THE YEAR 92 A TH LET ICS GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM 94 VARSITY basketball team 96 JUNIOR VARSITY 97 RECORD GEMS Good to Me . . _ . . , . it tears me up . _ . . .. It takes two ... _ , , T _. . Got to make a corned l Education and Diploma Holly cow . . meback If we don ' t make it Knock on wood ! ' ' £ ' s ° r claSS l 11 t6ars • • • • Graduation Night So fine 1 C 1 ls ' • • That the 67 Seniors are great Said I wasn ' t Goima " ten ' u n ,, , , I know that I ' m Ztll ° bod y I hat y ou lunked Stay in school . S t0 lose y ou ffV? Hawle y P p p C °™p S °f a Broken Hearted? If he doesn ' t make it ril be U SadS ° n §) We are leaving Just the one I ' U been ' V nT Hymn No. 5 . . 6en look g for Diploma , ' • • Graduation Song T ,. , a ma es a 111311 feel good? When he hears he ' s going to graduate. M your puppet . . . s Seniors tQ aw f ey swear y stars above That I ' M gonna study. Place m the Sun Cafeteria I got my baby . . . Rin d ° a blt better In my subjects A little misunderstanding In French On my way home r? v 7 7 , c • • From the prom ou got me umming Says the Choir members to Mr. Riddick Keeps me hanging on Graduation Fees Baby 1 !ove you . Lunch hour a s w at I g°t to know How to work That s enough - Homework Am t to proud to beg For more food t ln e wind . Answers to Adv. Math problems I beheve that I ' M going to make it On exams Share what you got . . S . Lunch money r ., s ,° ver , • • Days at Hawley Oh how happy you have ma de me Bell at 3:15 98 IMAGINE Ollie Roberts Odie Sneed Mack Timberlake. Elliott Winston Dorine Allen . Esther Barnes Juanita Braswell Agnes Burwell Alice Burwell Minnie Cash Linda Ceamel Barbara Cozart Lois Daniels Gloria Dunst n Ruby Evans Emily Fuller . Helen Green . Mary Green Rebecca Green • . Ethel Harris . . • Jacqueline Harris . Edith Harris . . • Lena Jackson . . . Ella Johnson . . . Dorothy Johnson Linda Jones . . • Evelyn Morton . • Josephine Owens . Annie Paschall . . Linda Scott • . . Jacqueline Smith . Vereatha Streeter . Cheryl Thomas . • Mary Thornton • • Florine Thorpe . . Annie Watkins • • Geraldine Weaver. Alice White . . . Julia Williams • • Lorraine Young Willie Bass • • • Owen Bradford • ■- Larry Bridges • • • Harry Cearnel . . - Thomas Cozart • Jessie Byrd James Daniels Wallace Davis Floyd Eaton Douglas Faulcon Johnny Fuller Andrew Hester Dural Harris Linwood Holden James Jones Otis Landis Johnny Morton Ellis Winston Estoria Winston Not talking about Ruby Staying at home the week-end Exspelling Mr. Leatherberry Not being cute With short hair Without scratching Kervy Not being in the bathroom Not in the Choir Playing pool on Saturday night Not chewing Without hips Not doing home work Not being with Thomas Taking over the class With small legs Being skinny Fighting over Earl Not coming home at night Not talking Fighting over a boy! Going to summer school Not staying at home Not being in Franklinton Talking politics combing her hair in class Being one of the Supremes Arguing with Mrs. Jones Being a go-go girl Being quiet in class With a sun tan Not being a lady Not marrying James Not talking about Lynwood Walking straight With a Beatle haircut Without someone ' s rings With notty hair Without glasses Without dandruff Without any hair to comb With a mustach Without driving a bus Being 4 ft. 2 in. Saying " I love you " Without a penny Being skinny Not with Vertie Being a playboy Hating girls Being ugly Being a wrestler With long hair using time wisely With a perfect attendance Not showing his gold tooth Not being a gentlemen Being married Being talkative With glasses £ 99 100 102 102 eStem ASSOCIATE STORE DON ' S DEN lilfl 137 Hillsboro St. Box 57 1 njlltO Oxford ’ N c Creedmoor, North Carolina Congratulations From: HALL ' S DRUG STORE BERGEN ' S Established 1879-1967 Shoes Clothing Oxford, N . C . P .O. Box 701 Oxford, North Carolina WILLIAMS DRUG CO. Fountain Delicacies Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions Carefully- Compounded ARNOLD ' S GULF SERVICE STATION Free Delivery Central Avenue 101 College St . Butner, North Carolina Oxford, North Carolina PH. -693-7181 WILLIAMS- BREEDLOVE SHEPARD FUNERAL HOME .COMPANY, INC. Oxford, North Carolina " Where quality Outlives Prices " Henderson, North Carolina Dry Goods -- Clothing Our 44th Year of Service Oxford, North Carolina 104 " Charm in all its beauty " WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE BEAUTRAM BEAUTY SHOP STORE Mrs. Nellie B. Landis " Your Home Owned Family Store " Mrs. Leonia P. Moss Miss Judie Davis Freezers Tires Refrigerators Batteries 317 Hernden Ave . Oxford, N. C. DIAMOND CENTER Televisions Chain Saws 1 37 Hillsboro St . Oxford, N . C . Four Miles South of Oxford Phone -69 3-6176 Delicious Sandwich HALL ' S DRUG STORE TESTEE - Freeze " Our congratulations to graduates " College Street, Oxford, N. C. 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