Garner High School - Lecole Yearbook (Garner, NC)

 - Class of 1961

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E' X, -1 '-" -'E' '-.Q -l1 , - ,i-TJ., ADVERTISEMENTS . 133 Q 5 E ADMINISTRATION CLASSES . . v-9 VN E ATHLETICS . FEATURES . 11- Y -Yggm :T E f 7 i. DEDICATION With deep appreciation for your endless help with all our problems, your patience, kindness, thoughtfulness, and ability to always be friendly and genuinely interested in each of us, we, the Senior Class of Garner High School dedicate the 1961 edition of the L'ECOLE to you . . . Mrs. Elsie M. Stevens. 8 I W , f - 1' ' f .- - 1--r , 'LJ g. "jf-b V.,-'5"" -Q '-Q. -:-fl'-........- -., ' , ,,,,.f " il ii 1: .ici-vu ijrlhl W 5? --- 'PT'f-? Ig--u ,. - all Ji- PL. - ' " "7 Lg- Y :an-r -x .,,,," , K .Z 2 Ex +2 1, v 5.5 .1 -1 E Q Q ff-1 51 Q' .. Q--ur-Q-.. X V Q 1532 A ' ,fi F1 ' Q 4 ,ifa Si Q, -f is .A -- 153-llllllm--1 P ,,-T' A. . , K -f N .4 1.. DT- ' ,- ,. . ' ' "...l. . -1 .-rg?-' H Y:-4 wings. Q "F""" Q 94' f:'Br1u.fs'- -Q 1. .. ,,.- Q- - 3 Az. X ldmlbislraiian x Q51-fl? Q,-if SMB. A1 'few-laffm, 7-H - S. m, .. f,LL 'R f 3 '51 Zi QXIQQQQ? Mns. Ensm STEVENS Secretary 11 Mn. D. W. SANDERS Principal Garner District Schools Left to -right: Mr. L. D. King, Dr. E. R. Barrick, Mr. D. W. Sanders, Mr. Arch Moore, Chair- mang Mr. Amos Shirley, Mr. Gilmore Johnson. Mn. ARCH Moonn: ...... ...... C hairman Mn. L. D. KING Mn. AMos STANLEY DR. E. R. BARRICK MR. GILMORE Jol-msoN Mn. D. W. SANDERS 12 Miss DIANA P. ELLIASON Mn. CHARLES A. COCHRANE Sponsors Beta Club, Guidance Bus Supervisor, Math, History B.A., M.A. High Point College. Elmira College, Columbia University COUNSELQRS Dean of Girls, Counselor, Advanced Home Oklahoma State University, George Peabody Col- lege, University of Tennessee, North Carolina State College. Mns. LAVERNE P. FALLS Economics B.S., M.A. ,. ,1 ,E -. .. Mns Sluum J Alu: English Ph steal Science and S l Science A.B. Mn Tnomu B Burcomx Agriculture B.S.. MA. Woman's College Mn. Clcu. B. Bnowu Science B.S. East Caroline College Sponsors Junlor Class Mn. .Tons S. Bunn-ou D.O. B.S. N. C. State College Sponsors D.0egl.1:b and Senior 14 N. C. State College Sponsors F.F.A. FACULT Mlm. Euznnux S. Burrnom High School Librarian A.B. Greensboro College. Catawba College. University of N. C., Woman's College of, the Univer- sity of N. C.. N. C. State College. I , Y Mus M. Smxs Cnllx English, Choral Club B.A. Woman'l College Sponsors Sophomore Class Mn. C. D. Guam Mn. Jnuls H. Cnvurun Trade and Industrial Education Mammary Department English, Social Science, and Frlmch A.B. Elon Collgfe. Wake Forest Col- lete. N. . State College, and Duke University. Sponsors French Club Mas. Ensn M. Ivss English B .A. Florida State University Sponsors F.'l'.A. Mlm. Amt: H. Guusuonn Home Economics and Science B.S. Winthrop College 15 Ml. JAM!! H. JOHNSON MUSIC 1..,.m.E3!'taf2'1'?'f.1v..-.ny A Unlyersityo!Texqs ,af K, , Sv svwwfgfw J W 1- A 01,11 , -' Ly! . 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Meredith College Sponsors Freshman Class 1 8' Foousr-4 AQXXS FRESHMEN c5uw'i0vS jg.. it W 'f 2 I I I' T- I 'T' N' 5 A Q I A.. if 1' I' 'Illhll" ' 3150339 11 ombfe of J ffm .f Senior Class Officers President .............. .................. LA wmmcx Bun-'Anon Vice-President ......... ......... S HERMAN YEARGAN Secretary ....... . ..... ' . ................ .BRENDA FISH Treasurer ...... .......... F nanny RAAB 20 . 1,1 f .L ,f W Juanita Faye Alexander Ralph Roland Bagwell Spergon Harold Bailey Faye Ralph Spur .A. 1, 2: 4-H 1, 2. 3: Library Club Student Council 1- Bus Driver 2. 3: Bus Driver 3. 4: Choral Club 1. 2, 3: LE. Club 8: Choral Club 4. 4-H 1. 2: F.F.A. 1: fD.E. Club 4- Brick- Track 2. layer 2, 3: .T.V. Football 1: Jr.-Sr. Head Walter 8. SENIORS - 1961 Charles Albert Barbour Harold Fulton Barbour Phillip Charles Harold Q. Club 4' Choral Club 1, 2: Sam D.O. 2. 83 President 2, uston High School. 21 Bus Driver 3: 2. 3, Omcer 8: Stanley Blalock Stanley Libr Cl b 2: F.F.A. D.0.ag?v4. " Q, .5 Lu I Robert Fulton Bozart June Marie Bridges Bozart June Class Olllcer 2: 4-H 1: D.E. 3, 4, Olllcer Majorette 3: FJ-LA. 1. 2, 3, 4' 4-H 1, 2: 3 4: Band 1: Homeroom Oillcer 2: Band 3: Choral Club- 1. 3. 4: fbramatics dum-an Club 1, 2: Jr.-sr. waiter 2: Eastern District 2D.E. President, Club 1. 4 gl cn I Q-4. Barbara F.H.A. 1, 2: 4-H 1, 2. 3: Library C 1. 2: D.E. 4: Basketball 1: Ch: h I Club 1. X I SENlORS'1961 1 Dorothy Esther Brown Dorothy FJ-LA. 1, 2, 3: F.T.A. 4: Library Club 1: Cary High School 2. 3: Jr.-Sr. Wait- necissb 23: Teachers Assistant 4: Science u . Marg Pat Bryan Pat Student Council 3. 4: Beta Club 2, 3 4: Monogram Club 1, 2, 3: Gamer High Review Stal! 4: French Club 4: Major- ettes 2., 3. Head 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: F.T.A. 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Omcer 2, 4: Basketball 1 2, 3: Marshal 3: Choral Club 2, 3: LV. Cheerleader 1: L'Ecou Stal! 4: Smrlatlve 4 5Most Athleticb: Jr.-Sr. irman: r.-Sr. Waitress 2: Lagmeets 4, President 4: G.A.A. 3. 4: Teachers Assistant 3, 4. I 1 1 Dwight Oliver Bufaloe Dewitt Jididn Ldwflfwe BUUGIOB Mary Kay Bufnloe, Nancy Jean Buifaloo Lawrence Kay Nancy Garner High Review Staff 4' French Beta Club 2. 3 4 French Stub 4: F.H.A. Club 3. 4: F.l-LA. 1. 2, 3: i'.'l'..A. 4: 1, 2, 8, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3: Ma al 3: Choral Library Club 1, 2, 8: Laganeets 4. S 3: Superlatlve 4 4Most Intel- e a . .mann num Burgas: naman cema Hurd GCGNO TH-'vw' Cow Judy Guam :gtg h 2 s na are 4 H n swam sem 4- r.u.A. 1: Bu: nnver z, ag r.r.A. a, s. 4. nn. cmb 4: Cho u . : w fl 3-'ff Cltgb 1: spmun club 1, 2. Military Audemyl. , 23 I w Brenda Hope Carroll Brenda Gamer High Review Sta! 4: Cheer- leader 4. o-Head 4: F1-LA. 1, 2 4: Um: omcer 2, 4, P1-emdem 4: 11-.'i'.A. 3, 4: Intramurals 1 2, 3. 4: Choral club 1, 2. 4: Glee cuib 2: L'EcoLl sum 4: Superlative 4 iBest Drelsedjg Jr.-Sr. Waltx'ess 23 Flag Bearer 2, 33 G.A.A. 43 Lagsneeta 4. Sheila Diane Cash. Diane Garner High Review 4: F.H.A. 1. 2: 4-H lg F.T.A. 4' Libra Club 1. 2. 3: Intramurals 2, 54 cam Club 1: Lag- sneets 4. Charles Wicker Cotton ' Charles Bus Driver 3, 4: Libr Club 1, 2. lag Track 2: Superlntive :rfCutestJ. Joyner Irvin Cut-rin Joyner Bus Driver 8: Band 1. 2. 3. 4. 24 John Hall Corbett Johnny Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Band 1, I Omeer 2' Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4' B4 ball 4- 'frank 1. 2, sg J.V. Basie! 1, ag iv. Football 1- Jr.-sr. wane: fpgnish Club 1, ag DkG's 4g Band c Daniela Jean Cl Om 1, 2 8 4: M gram C 2585? cfffef High Rtglxzgv sun rliefliedgbfir? ?:iuIgefda4:aF7mHAn Olilcer 5: Srsniah Club i, 2, Cnlcel Lagsneets : I-Iomeroom Ohlcer 2 Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4: Choral Club I J.V. Cheerleader lg L'Ecou Sta!! Superlatlve 4 EMM! Populargg Jr. Xvaitress 2: Jr.- r. Chairman : GJ if -QQ Lavmle Davis Dill., Jr. Lonnie ufort High School 1, 2, 8' Class r 2: S dent Council Officer 3: ogram Club 2. 3- Olllcer 2. 3: Ll- Club 3' Football 1, 2, 3: Basebau Jr.-Sr. Chairman 3: Jr.-Sr. Walter Patrol 2. 3: Latln Club 8. Larry Francis Duke Duke Monogram Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Library Club 1, 2: .O. Club 3, 4, Omcer 4: Basket- ball 2, 3' Football 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: chem Club 4: .r.v. Basxezbau 1: J.v. Football 1. ' SENIORS-1961 . - I Anne Elizabeth Dyson Beth ver 3' F.H.A. 1: 4-H 1, 2' DE. 4: Job fntervicw Contest Winner lcg: Choral Club l. 2:,Spanish Betty Eakes Betty Flag Bearer 4. 25 Carolyn Duma Carolyn Class Ofllcer 3: F.H.A.'l, 2, 3: Library Club 3: D.E. Club 4: Homeroom Oillcer 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Choral Club l, 2: J.V. Basketball 1: Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2: Dramatlcs Club 2: Meadow High School 1, 2. J Mary Ruth Edgerton Ruth Gamer High Review StaB 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: horal. Club 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2: Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica 1, 2: Teachers Assistant 4: Sunset Jr. High 1: New Hanover High School 2: Goldsboro High School 2. John Warren Emory Lynn Randolph Ennis Johnny Rooty Hu h Morson Jr. Htslh School 1: J.W.A. Beta Club 8, 4: French Club 4: Libraa 1: ifresldent 1: C oral Club 1, 2: Club 1. 2' Baseball 4: Marshal 3: Tra Broughton High School 2. 1: MG's 4: Intramurals 3, 4. SENIOR Barbara Ferrell Billy Glenn Fish Baba Fish Student Council 1: Bus Driver 4: 1-'.H.A. Bus Driver 3. 4: 4-H Club 1: Band l, 1, 2, 8, 4: Library Club 1, 2. 3: Baseball 4: Choral Club 1, 2: Track 1, 2: J.V. Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2. 8. 4: MG's 4. 26 I o Patsy Malaya Ethridgc Possie Student Council 4: Monogram Clu Garner High Review Sta 4: F.H.4 2: F.'l'.A. 4' Library Club 2, I President 4: Basketball Manage Choral Club 1: L'Eco:.n Stal! 4: u lative 4 4CuteltD' Jr.-Sr. Waitrea G.A.A. ap Lagsneets 4, Oftlcer 4: w lon High School 1. S'1961 Brenda Joyce Fish Fishie Class Officer 2, 8, 4: Student Col 2, 3. 4 Omcer 3, 4: Garner High view Starr 4- Magorettes 2, ag F. 1. 2, 3, 4. Ollicer , 4: Homeroom cer 2: Basketball 1, 3, 4' Co-Carta Choral Club 8: Suwrlative Q Personalltylg Jr.-Sr. aitress 2: G. 3. 4: Lagsneets 4. Oillcer 4. Anita Lynette Glenn Sadie Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 45 nk 1 2 3 4' Library Club 1' Mar- si diffs' State sg Lagmeen 4. E5 ggwig-Mb, Evelyn Barnes Green Eve Student Council 2, 4: Beta Club 2, 3. Ofilcer 8: Bus Driver 3, 4: F.H.A. 1. 2. 3, 4, Omcer 2. 3. 4, President 4, County Omcer 8: Junior, Chapter, and State Dggreesg F.T.A. 2: Library Club 1, 2 3, O cer 3: Homeroom Omcer 27 Marshal 3: Spanish Club 4: Teachers Assistant 4. Kenneth Michael Hall Hall Student Council 1: Monogram Club 1, 2: Bus Driver 1, 2: Library Club 1- Fomnau 3, 4: Bnsebau 3, 4: choral Club 1: Track 1, 2: MG's 4: Teachers Assistant 4. Linda Faye Hargls Richard Allen Harklns .Philggclglfrls Yogi ,nary club 3, Linda Choral Club 1. Hugh Moz-son 1: Bus Driver 3: F.F.A. 3, 4, Omcer 4. Broughton High School 2. 27 I 5 x, Z- Paggy Ann Height David Carl Henry Helen Hilliard - Peggy Henry Helen Garner High Review Sta!! 4: F.H.A. Band 1 2, 8, 4' Jr. High Football 1: Library Club 1, 2. 1., 2. 4. choral club 1. 2, sg 4-H club roomaxi a. 4: JN. Basxembau ag mm- 1. 2. murals 8, 4: Track 1. 2: Baseball 3, 4: Spanish Club 2g MG's 4: Y.G.A. 3, 4. -Y . . I Lots Dawn Humphries Larry Douglas Hun' Edith Swain Humphreys Lois nuff-Hun Edith Monogram Club 3: F.H.A..1, 2. 3. 4: 4-I-I 1, 2: Library Club 1' F.F.A. 1. 2: F.T.A. 3, 4, Ofhcer 4: I..ibrgrglClub l'.'l'.A. 3. 4, Ohlcer 4' Library Club 3, 4: D.E. 4' J .V. Basketball 1. ip Coat! High Choral Club 1: Spanish ub 1 choral Club 1 2, S msn Club 1. 2, school 1. 2. Lagsneets 4. - Lagsneey 4. Bdskotbm 4. 28 xx Patsy Jean Hunt Patsy .A. 1, 2, 4' 4-I-I 1, 23 Library Club lg Choral Club 1, 3. Roger Carlton Jarman George D.E. 43 Spanish Club 1. 2. Brenda Gaynell Jones Brenda Garner High Review Staff 4: FJ-I.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: .T.A. 3. 4. Oflicer 4: Library Club 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 1- Intra- mural Basketball 2g L'EcoL: Sta!! 4: Superla-tive 4 lMost Degendablejg Lagsneets 4: Spanish Club . Patricia Ruth Jones Pat Exam:-als 1, 2: F.H.A. 1, 2: Library Louise Geraldine Joyce Jerry Cheerleader 1. 2: French Club 4, Omcer 4- F.H.A. 2, 44 4-H 2, F.'r.A. 3, 4- I-fomeroorn Ollicer 1, 2, Intramural Basketabll 2. 3. 4: Superlative 4 QBest Lookingli Jr.-Sr. Head Waitress 2: Lagsneet 4: G.A.A. 3: Havelock High School 1. 29 William Joye Billy Student Council 4: Monogram Club 2. 3. 4' French Club 4: Basketball 3: Football 2, 3, 4, All-Conference Team 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3 Co-Cagtain 4' J'.V. Basketball 2: Jr.-Sr. wax ren: North Davidson High School 1. C5552 n Jacquelyn Faye Joyner' Jacky Student Council 2, 3, 4, Omcer 4: Beta Club 3. 4: Cheerleader 3: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.'1'.A. 4: Library Club 1, 2, 3. Oillcer 2. 8: Homeroom Oftlcer 1, 2' Marshal 3: Monogram Club 3, 4: Choral Club 4. Oillcer : L'Ecou: Stak 3. 4, Editor-in-Chief 4: Supex-lative 4 :Best- All-Aroundb: Jr.-Sr. Chairman 3: Jr.- Sr. Walter 2: Lagsneets 4: Homecoming gueen 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, Officer 2: irls' State 3. Hazel Frances King L. P. King Frances Sandy Student Council 2: Beta Club 2, 4: F.F.A. 1. 2, 3, 4, Ofllcex- 3. 4, Preslf Cary High School 1. 2. 4: Bus Drlver 4. SENIORSo1961 Charles Fredrick Kolb Robert Edward Lee Jack Moskef Lee Carlos Fly Jack Monlokqranx Club 1, 2. 4: Football 4: Choral Club 1. 2. D.E. 4. Cho Club 1. 2: Track 1, 2: MG's 4: Spanish Club 1, 2. 30 -I K Shelia Carol Marr Carol A Club R: French Club 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. Basketball Intramurals 4: Choral v 1, 2: Lafsneets 4: G.A.A. 4: Ofllce :tant 4g- osephus Daniels Jr. High Edwin Carlyle Martin, Jr. E. C. Library Club 31 D.0. 3, 4: Track 3. Lester Robert McDaniel Mac Class Ofhcer 3. 4: Student Council 1, 2 3, 4. Ofklcer S: Bus Driver 2. 3, 47 Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Band Club 2. 3, 4, President 3, 4: Homeroom Omcer 1. 2, President 1, 23 Choral Club 1. 2 3: J.V. Basket- ball 1. 2- L'Ecox.l Stah 4' Su rlatlve 4 flgest ive:-sonalityls Jr.-Sr. Cgfainnan 4: G's 45 Teachers Assistant 4- Intra- m 1 2.3,4:BtaClb4' mulx,gl:'2. e u ,Spanish Audra LaFayc McCollum Barbara Ann McGee James Phillip Messer Hoogle Toots Gut gl Club 43 Major-ettes 3: FJ-I.A. Beta Club 3, 4: Garner High Review Bun Driver 3. 4: D.O. 3. 4. ,eg r.'r.A. 3. 4. sm: 4: F.:-LA. 1, 2 a 4 omeer s- r.'r.A. 41 Library Cllxb'2.'3: Marshal 3: Superlatlve 4 tMost Congenlaljg Lagsneets 4: Fuquay High School. 31 Robert WGWIC Hindi! Betty Carrol Mitchell Wquum A,-,wld Mitchell B me nvgayni Betty Much roug n choo 2, 8: Band 3, 4: Han Ameri H h S hool 1' Frank- ond - - nebonan- Clug s. funmixnerlucrfnniiggx sinool hz mu- Singh: eng-Hhcifgogl Q: ?,'f,'m2f.'g brook High sehoo ag Gamer High omeep 2: roozban 4. ' ' Soho? 4: Drama Club 2. Cafolyn Joyce Newton Jo Ann Nichols Roseanne O'Neal Joyce Jo Ann Roseanne Gamer High Review Stal! 4: F.H.A. F.I-LA. 1, 2. 4' 4-H Club 1, 2: F.T.A. 4-H 1. 3: Intramurals 1. 2, 4' G 1, 2, 3. 4: Library Club 2: Choral Club 8, 4: Library Club 1. 2, 8' Intramurals Basketball 1, 3: FJ-LA. 1, 2, 3, 4:3111 8. 1. 2: Choral Club 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Nurses 4: Trl-I-Ii-Y 4' Peg Club Teachers Assistant 4- Lou ker sim 4: dirls oozbar Glee glub 2, 4: Flagbearer 1: Sui lative 3: Jr.-Sr. Committee Chair: 3' Annual Stat! 4: Dr. W. T. Gri Hgh School 1: mnzabem cny la S ool 2, 4: Perquimana High Schoc 32 Betty Lou. Parrish Mary Sue Parrish Betty Lou Sue ent Council 2. 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3: F.H.A. 3' Library Club 1, 2: Choral A. 41 r.'r.A. 2. an Lim-ary Club 1, club a, 4. 3 Homeroom Officer 2: Marshal 3. SENIORS -1961 Judith Ella Pearce William Harold Penninger Judy Bill Hi h R i Staff 45 F.H.A. lg F h Cl b 3: Bu Driver 8. 4: Intra- EZIC15, 1, ev ew mrsxziatl Baslfcetball ff 2. 3. 4. 33 Martha Marie Partin Marie Gamer High Review Sta!! 4: Majorettes 2, 3, 43 F. .A. 1. 2. 3. 4. County Omcer 2: 4-H 1, 2. President 2' Libraar Club 1. 2, 3, omeer 2. NCHSLA o cer ag Band 2, 3. 4: Homeroom Olhcer 2: Jr.- Sr. Chairman 3: Lagsneets 4' Most Outstanding Home Economics Student Award 3. Sandra Jean Peace Sandra FJ-LA. 1, 23 Llbrari!Club 3: D.E. 4: Journalism Club 4: iss D.E.: Knight- dale High School 1. 2, 3. Robert Allen .Pipkin Bobby Student Council 1, 2, Oihcer 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Omcer 2: J.V. Basketball 1, 2: Basketball 3, 4, Co-Ca tain 4: J.V. Football 1: Football 2, 31? 4, All Conference 4: Baseball 3, 4: Marshal ,8: Track 1: Superlative KMost Athletlcl: Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2: Boas' State 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: MG's 4: olf 2. George William Pleasants Billy Class Officer 1: Student Council 1, Officer 2. 3, 4, President 4: Monogram Club 3. 4: Home:-oom Oiflcer 1, 2: Football KB Team: 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Choral Club 1, 2: J.V. Basketball 2: J.V. Football 1: Susnerlative :Most Popularj: Jr.-Sr. Wa ter 2: Sffaanish Club 1, 2. Officer 2: MG's 4, 0 cer 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ' f Dan Shelton Poythreu Dan Library Club 1. 2, 3: F.F.A. 1: Club 8, 4: Choral Club 1. 2. 3. SENIORS -1961 Fredrick Michael Raab Mug-Crab Class Officer 2, 4: Student Council 2, 3. 4, Olllcer 4: Beta Club 2. 3 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: French Club 4, Omcer 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Oiilcer 3- Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 4' Choral Club 1: Track 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4: J.v. Baskezbau 1, 2, cap- tain 2: J'.V. Football 1: Annual Stai 3, Business Manager 4: Jr.-Sr. Chairman 3: Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2: MG's 4: Ofhce Assistant 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf 2: Band Club 1, 2. Charles Monroe Ridoutt Fuzzy Student Council 2: French Club 3, 4: Bus Driver 2, 3, 4: Baseball 4: Track 1, 2: MG's 4. 34 William Lawrence Robertson Larry Class Omcer 3: Student Council 3, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Bus D: 2, 3, 4: Band 1. 2, Band Club President 2: Homeroom Ofllcer 1. President 2, 3: Baseball 3' Choral 1 1: Track 1, 2, 4: L'Eco!.l Sta!! 4: St latlve fBest Lookingl: Jr.-Sr. C1 man 3: Jr.-Sr. Walter 2: MG's 4. F dent 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Intrarn 2, 3, 4: Ofllce Assistant 1, 2, 4: Play 4. We Samuel Donald Rogers Roy Dwren Rogers Don Roy xDriver 3: 4-H Member 1, 2: D.E. 4: Library Club 1, 2, 3: F.F.A. 1, Oillcer fral Club 1: Brlcklayer 2, 3, Omcer 1: 3, 4: Knightdale High School Gloria Louise Sauls Gloria 'ner Hgh Review Stat! 4: F.H.A. L, 4g 4- 2: Choral Club 3. Hazel Mae Saul - Hazel Monogram Club 2. 33 French Club 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ofllcer 4, 4-H 1. 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4: F.'1'.A. 3, 4, Ofklcer 43 Basketball, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3: Jr.-Sr. Chairman: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Lagsneet 4. 35 EW FN b'sm+ . Audrey Kay Sauls Audrey F.H.A. 1: F.T.A. 2, 3: Choral Club 4 Library Club 1, 3. V V k. J . - I Linda Carolyn Skipper Skipper Class Olllcer 1' Cheerleader 1, 2: French club 4: nina. 1, 2, 4, 4-H 1, 2: F.T.A. 4: Library Club 4: Intramurals 3, 4: Choral Club 1 2: G.A.A. 43 Basket- ball 4, Laurel Hui High 1, 2. O Af Victor Garland Sorrell, Jr. Vic Monogram Club 2. 3: Homeroom Omcer 2. 3: asketball 3, 4: Baseball 2, 8, 4: J.V. Basketball l, 2: J.V. Football 1: Spanish Club 1 2: MG's 4: Teacher Assistant 4: Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4: Golf Team 2. 4: Dramatics 2. Carolyn Arm Stencil Pickle Monogram Club 3: Garner High Review Stat! : Majorettes 2 3. 4: F.H.A. 1. 2: r.'r.A. 4: Library Club 1. 2: nam-1 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4: Choral Club 3: Superlatlve 4 lwlttiestl: Jr.-Sr. Walt- ress 2: Lagsneet, Omcer 4: G.A.A. 4: Spanish Club 1. 2: Basketball Manager 2: Teachers Assistant 4. Walter Kenneth Somers, Jr. Tommy Monogram Club 2. 3: Bus Driver 2, 3: D.0. lub 3, 4: Band 1. 2: Basketball Managr 1: Football 2: Brlcklayer 2: J.V. asketball 2- .T.V. Football 2: Intramurals 1. 2: Civics Club 1: Teach- grs Assistant 3: Greensoro High School SENIOR Joyce Lee Stephenson Joyce Garner Hgh Review Stat! 4- F.H.A. 1, 2. a, 4. meer 4: Library club 1. 2. 36 K I Bertha Arm Stencil Bert Monogram Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 1 4-H ub 1. 2: Library Club 2. 5 4: Basketball 2: Choral Club 3. Sv1961 Dorothy Elizabeth Stevens Beth Student Council 1 4: Beta Club? French Club 4: rj-r.A. 1, 2 a 4: If z. s. 4: Marshal sg chu-ai Club Suiserlatlve 4 lMost Likelgto Suc1 Co or Guard 4: D.A.R. Cit en's Aw Spanish Club 2: Teachers Assists Lags-nests 4. Richard Lindsey Sugg Theodore Davis Thigpen Odell Thompson Slick Jimmy Odell ss Otllcer 2: Beta Club 2, 3. 4: French Club 8. 4: Library Club 1, 2. Class Otllcer 1' 4-l-l' Club l' D.O. 3. 4- rary Club 2: Band 1: Intramurals Basketball 1: Fayetteville I-hgh School , 4: Baseball 4: Marshal 3: Spanish 1, 2. hh 2:4 Omce Assistant 4: Class p e . Sylvia Troxler William Robert Turner Il! Robert Wayne Tunstall Rosalind Billy Wayne 2: 4-H Club 1: Garner French Club 4: Libra Club 2: Foot- Library Club 2: D.O. Club 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Sta!! 4. ball 3: Track 3, 4' Jw. Basketball 3. Waiter 2. Co-Captain 3: Jr.-Sr. Walter 2: Tennis 1: Henderson High School 1, 2. 37 Robert Bryant Wall Harold Thomas Wall Mary Nell Walls Rat T ommy Mary Nell Beta Club 2, 3, 4. President 4: Mono- Bus Driver 3: Library Club 11 F.F.A. Gamer High Review Stad 4: FJ-I gram Club 2. 3 4: Garner High Review 1, 2, 3, 45 Bricklayer 4: Track 1: Jr.-Sr. 1. 3, 43 Library Club 2g Choral Club tat! 3, 43 F.l'.A. 1 3: Foo ball 2. 33 Chairman 3. Spanish Club 1, 2. Marshal 3- crm-al ciub 1 2- .rv nm- ball 1: Superlatlve 4 'lllllost 'Intel- lectuallg Spanish Club 2. Omcer 2. SENIORSv1961 Lyndla Adean Warren Rofnald Larry Whaley I-vm S"'::' C. 1, 2 . g . . Cl b 3, 4, Om 43 Class Omcer 1: Stu ent une . : 2521-a?12':?uf zfjommagn 1-ugh scnfii 1. Band 1. 2: Band Club 1. 2- Choral Club zg J.v. Basketball 2: Jr.-Sr. walter 2: Sggnlaih Club 1, 23 Intramurals 2, 3, 4: M 'S . 38 ' 1 Ray Turner Whitaker 1 , Ray N Class Omcer 2: Student Council 2. E Beta Club 2: Monogram Club 2, 3 Football 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3. 4' ' Basketball 2: J.H. Football 1: Su latlve 4 QBest Dressedlg Jr.-Sr. W 25 MG's 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 spanish Club 1. 2. 1 ' .W Priscilla Annette Wilder Sandra Florence Wilkins Prls Sandy Driver 8, 4: F.H.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Omcer 4: Beta Club 2, 8 4: 'al Club 1. French Club 4: F.H.A. 2 3 4' Fl - bearer 4: Marshal sg chain 'cnib fi, 3: Carr Jr. High School. William Ray Williams Billy RRY Library Club 1, 2, 3. Omcer 2: D.E. 4' Choral Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Qmcer 3: Garner High Review Staff 4: Jr.-Sr. M.C. 3, Historian 4: Homeroom Omcer 1: F.T.A. 3: Band 1: Student Council 1. Glenn Gerald Williams Gerald s Oflleer 2' Beta Club 3, 4: French z 3. 4: Bauietball 3, 4: Baseball 1: shal 3: J.V. Balketball 1, 2: Su 1'- 'e 4 fMost Congenialjg Key glib ine Forest High School 1, 2. Robert Miller Williams Richard Lee Williford Speedy Richard Band 1: Homeroom Omcer 1: Football Bus Driver 2: 4-H 1: Library Club 1, 2: 3: Choral Club 2: J.V. Football 1: Jr.- F.F.A. 1, 2, 3: D.E. Club 3: Brlcklayer Sr: Walter 2: S nish Club 1, 2: Dru- 2. matics Club 2: g:tl'BlllUl'81l 2, 3, 4. 39 . Warren William Wood Warren 4-H 1. 2: D.O. 3. 4: Football 3: Spanish Club 1. if Davois Allen Wilson Allen Beta Club 23 French Club 3: D.E. Club 4g Choral Club 1. 2. 3: Spanish Club 1, 2. Bonnie Franklin Yeargun Bonnie Beta Club 2 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2: D.E. Club 3, 4: Marshal 3. Sherman Austin Yeargan Yearg. Class Ofllcer 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Omcer 3, 4: Garner High Review Stat! 4: French Club 4, President 4' Football 4: Head Mar- shal ag Choral Club 14 J.v. Basketban 2: L'Ecou: Staff 4' Superlative 4 CMost Likegg to Succeedjg lWG's 4. Omcer 4: Spani Club 1. 2. President 2' Intramurals 1. 2. a. 4g Teacher-'Q Asmmni 4: Gnu Team 2. Class Poem To our principal and teachers dear, we give our thanks today, For all their help and guidance, down educatiorfs pathway. To our parents, one and all, we wish to thank you, too. Without your love and understanding, we would not have made it through. Regretfully, we have to say good-bye to all our fun-filled years, But we shall hold each memory as treasured souvenirs. Friendships we shall treasure, the many that we have made, Hoping they will continue, and the closeness never fade. These things we shall remember, as we sadly depart, Having happy thoughts of school held within our hearts. For all through the years, we have stood as one, to make this graduation class, the Class of '61. BETTY Lou PARRISH Class Poet I . fl I f. 4 , i ff A. l , f M. ,ff , ml ,Jw in 94 .L Fi. ill 'ff W' 'ff 1,31 Q 1' J' 2 N I A ' "ZZ':f: ' , M, ing. N , 1-Y 'VJ 1 5' A 4 x A - f .. - . 1 ' 1 K RQ 'F - ,3 Inf, V, ' fffrf If it 'X ' v If 1, M 1 ff f ua MW OV , Ui! gtg, ,fqpazdf 'll Q fm-4 J . 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VA. . wi, . .. . x--sm vm 7, . -mm. , xfigsfxx - .W -k - gy 21 .V 1 kms K 5 2 f L xiim-:":. -SSE I 'ze T SNA is ffww ' 'iff ggrsfp'-jw sw wx w. . an fx 5 . " - we . x f, '- .im gs m:-. ' f f ix msrswmwayw-Six v ki , J I Q qw, I . in gs ite! , -. 1-A .M mms W sf ., . QV Q3 , K. ,Y . , elf? W1 W ww Q:5g'3' if 'wif if uhm afar ,glw .Q Y E 'X"mwsgQ- .J +R gg: v LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Graduating Class of 1961, being of sound mind and good judgment, here- by bequeath to Our successors the following: ARTICLE I-TO THE FACULTY SECTION I. To Mr. Sanders we leave a big, thick spelling book for those difficult words in sociology. SECTION II. To Mrs. Yeargan we leave a combination roulette wheel and pool table to enter- tain her guests. SECTION III. To Mr. Griiiin we leave a do-it-yourself kit, with lock-on spark plug wires. SECTION IV. To Mrs. Ives we leave a new group of F.T.A. enthusiasts who might get a little work done. SECTION V. To Mr. Crumpler we leave a gallon of half-in-half milk SECTION VI. To Mrs. McCaskill we leave more award-winning D.E. students SECTION VII. To Mr. Blanton we leave a king-size ticket book and a new whammy to catch speeders in the halls. SECTION VIII. To Miss Eliason we leave a courtesy card so that she will always have gas for her Cadillac. SECTION IX. To Mr. Cochrane. we leave a new broom to sweep out the buses. SECTION X. To Miss Cheek we leave a group of music students who don't talk, just sing. SECTION XI. To Mr. Baucom we leave a group of agriculture students who already know how to milk cows. SECTION XII. To Mrs. Carnegie we leave a box of chalk guaranteed not to leave a trace of dust. SECTION XIII. To Mr. Brown we leave his class quite, for the first time. SECTION XIV. To Mrs. MacDonald we leave a new book entitled "How to Argue and Win." SECTION XV. b dTo Mr. James Johnson we leave a portable counterfeiting kit to get money for the an . To Mrs. Jones we leave a new "Dent Proof" fender. SECTION XVII. To Mr. Sherill Johnson we leave a P.E. Class that won't always beat him. SECTION XVIII. To Mrs. Matthews we leave color televisions with automatic burglar alarms. SECTION XIX. To Mr. Green we leave a red 1961 Pontiac convertible. SECTION XX. To Mrs. Nielsen we leave a quieter homeroom. SECTION XXI. To Mr. Stewart we leave the newest edition of "Fundamentals of Sports." SECTION XXII. To Mrs. Abee we leave better board washers. SECTION XXIII. To Mr. Moore we leave more students who pull for Carolina. SECTION XXIV. To Mrs. Meadows we leave a group of girls who know what to do with material besides wear it. SECTION XVI. SECTION XXV. To Mrs. Fails we leave a new group of Seniors whose high school records have to be sent to colleges. SECTION XXVI. To Mrs. Buifaloe we leave a safe in which she can keep all the library fines. SECTION XXVII. . , To Mrs. Stokes we leave classes who can do exercises with precision accuracy and never get tired. SECTION XXVIII. To Mrs. Glassford weleave a gross of frogs for future biology classes to cut up. SECTION XXIX. To Mrs. Lassiter we leave a blue and pink layette. ARTICLE II-TO THE CLASSES SECTION' I. To the Juniors we leave a book on "How to Make Money"-they will need it in the coming year. SECTION II. To the Sophomores we leave greegi slips tciliiake the place of pink slips. ECTION . To the Freshmen we leave the glorious privilege of not being "Green Freshmen" anymore. SECTION IV. To the school we leave a double-decker smoking porch with a heating and air- ARTICLE III-TO THE CLASS OF '62 SECTION I. Faye Alexander and Barbara Broughton leave their excess boy-friends to Dolores Collins, Donna Williams, and Jane Everette. SECTION II. Ralph Bagwell and Harold Bailey leave their dependable ways to Larry Poole and Raymond Browning. conditioning system. SECTION III. Charles Barbour leaves his "bad" Mercury to Sammy Hunt. SECTION IV. Harold Barbour ,and Stanly Blalock leave their quiet ways to Donald Coats, .Danny Fogleman, and Ronnie Weatherspoon. SECTION V. Bobby Bozart leaves for Putt-Putt to "putt" his troubles away. SECTION VI. June Bridges and Bill Mitchell leave their place in the hall to Diane Hatcher and Johnny Aldridge. SECTION VII. Dorothy Brown and Judy Burgess leave their ilirtatious ways to Irene Parrott, Helen Partin, and Shirley Bagwell. SECTION VIII. Mary Pat Bryan leaves her title of "Bird" to anyone who wants it. SECTION IX. Lawrence Buffaloe, Dwight Buffaloe, and Billy Joye leave Ed Stephenson, Ed Or- mond, and Bennie Wall their position on the football team. SECTION X. Mary Kay Buffaloe, Betty Lou Parrish, Betty Mitchell, and Marie Partin leave their ability to type the Gamer Hi Review to Clara Brown, Carolyn Adams, and Dudley Cart . er SECTION XI. Terry Coats and Gerald Byrd leave their ability to come in late for homeroom to James Ransdell, Harold Davis, and Ralph Lineback. SECTION XII. Brenda Carroll leaves her position as cheerleader to' Ann Austin and Ann Harris. SECTION EXIII. Diane Cash leaves her short ilgure to Elsie Walker. SECTION XIV. Johnny Corbett, Charles Kolb, and Bobby Lee just want to leave bookkeeping as fast as they can!!! SECTION XV. Jean Daniels and Odell Thompson leave together. SECTION XVI. Larry Duke leaves his "speed" to Jimmytglolder. SECTION II. Beth Dyson and Linda Hargis leave D.E. without a care. SECTION XVIII. Ruth Edgerton and Barbara Ferrell leave their friendly ways to Sterling Banks, Emilia Buifaloe, Eileen Troxler, and Harriet Long. SECTION XIX. Lynn Ennis and L. P. King leave their "Swamp Buggy" to Floyd Hocutt and Glenn Stephens. . Zn? SECTION XX. P tsy idge and Edith Humphreys leave their big smiles to Elaine Johnson and Judy Goss. SECTION XXI. Billy Fish and David Henry leave their good times in physics to Mervlyn Watkins and Phillip Ford. S eegrenda Fish leaves the "whole" basketball team to Sharron Gibson and Linda n . SECTION XXII. SECTION XXIII. Evelyn Green, Bill Penninger, and Charles Cotton leave their ability to make out bus reports to Ricky Ray, Phillip Murray, and Nancy Newberry. SECTION -XXIV. Mike Hall leaves bookkeeping to anyone who can pass it. SECTION XXV. backRichard Harkins leaves his ability to talk on class to Forrest Ball and Becky Line- . SECTION XXVI. Phillip Harris leaves the plans for a perpetual motion machine to Wayne Poole. SECTION XXVII. Peggy Height and Patsy Hunt leave their straight "A" class, bookkeeping, to Betty Whitfield, Marian Staley, and Meredith Prince. SECTION XXVIII. Helen Hilliard leaves her ability to gossip to Linda Morgan and Barbara Morris. SECTION XXIX. Larry Huff leaves his loud mufllers to the Garner Police Force. SECTION XXX. Lois Humphries leaves her innocent smile, so often used, to Jean Holmes and Diane King. SECTION XXXI. Roger Jarman leaves his ability to get caught running in the halls to Jackie Ben- son and Bobby Pierce. SECTIoN XXXII. Jacky Joyner gladly leaves Mickey Castleberry all the aches and pains of the L'ECoLE for next year! SECTION XXXIII. Jack Lee and Donald Rogers leave their ability to be lovers to Ronald Pierce and Carl Sorrell. SECTION XXXIV. Carol Marr and Hazel Sauls leave their quiet ways to Martha Burnette, Nancy Hilliard, and Phyllis Yeargan. SECTION XXXV. E. C. Martin leaves his ability to dance to Pat Buffaloe. SECTION XXXVI. Andra McCollum and Brenda Jones leave Barbara McLe11and and Betty Jean Gris- som their sweet personalities. SECTION XXXVII. Robert McDaniel and Joyner Currin leave their position in the band to Bobby Quillin and Charles Bailey. SECTION XXXVIII. Barbara McGee and Pat Jones leave shorthand to Nellie Fowler, Rose Guy, and Donnie Kirks. SECTION XXXIX. Phillip Messer, Wayne Tunstall, and Tommy Sowers leave their ability to get along with teachers to Stacy Smith, Ray Parker, and Lawrence Farmer. SECTION XL. Wayne Mingis leaves Dwayne Fails and John Rhodes his ability to receive a ticket gracefully? SECTION XLI. Joyce Newton leaves to get married. SECTION XLII. Jo Ann Nickols leaves Ray Sorrell reluctantly. SECTION XLIII. Cl Roseanne 0'Neal and Johnny Emory leave what hasn't been torn up to the Junior ass. SECTION XLIV. Mary Sue Parrish and Judy Pearce leavetheir warm personalities to Faye Bar- bour, Sue Smith, and Joan Stancil. SECTION XLV. Sandra Perry doesn't want to leave Jamie Perry, but that's'1ife for you. SECTION XLVI. Bobby Pipkin leaves his "piles" of muscles to Banks Stephens and Danny King. SECTION XLVII. Bill Pleasants leaves his big smile to Tony Sauls. SECTION XLVIII. Dan Poythress leaves a homemade muiiier to Nicky Sarrocco. SECTION XLIX. Fred Raab and Vic Sorrell leave their ability at sports to Sidney King, Jimmy Johnson, and Donnie Hathaway. SECTION L. . Charles Ridout leaves his French accent to Billy Hudson, Frances Meadows, and Faye Baker. SECTION LI. Larry Robertson says he likes it so much he might not leave. SECTION LII. Roy Rogers leaves his gun to Allan Rogers. SECTION LIII. Audrey Sauls leaves her good times in English to Nelda Holder and Mary Kizar. SECTION LIV. Gloria Sauls and Carolyn Skipper leave their love for school to Jean Sauls, Lois Fisher, and Jean Coats. ' SECTION LV. Annie Bert Stancil and Carolyn Dun-n leave their pleasant speaking voices to Judy Pollard, Kay Poole, and Joyce O'Daniel. SECTION LVI. Carolyn Stancil leaves "Skeeter" in a state of confusion. SECTION LVII. Joyce Stephenson and Frances King leave their friendliness to Sharon Carter and Sheila Cash. SECTION LVIII. Beth Stevens, Lynette Glenn, and Nancy Buffaloe leave their good grades to Avon Perry and Joe Mooneyham. SECTION LIX. "Slick" Suggs leaves Judi Thompson wistfully. SECTION LX. Jimmy Thigpen and Lyndia Warren leave the ice cream stand to Rex Kelly. SECTION LXI. Billy Turner leaves his hot Chevy to Alan Hickman. SECTION LXII. Bryant Wall leaves his studious ways to Johnny Dismukes and Jean Sandy. SECTION LXIII. Tommy Wall leaves his position on the track team to Jimmy Wall. SECTION LXIV. Ray Whitaker leaves all his "booze" to Johnny Robertson. SECTION LXV. Ronnie Whaley leaves Rolesville and all that goes with it to Benny King. SECTION LXVI. Priscilla Wilder and Mary Nell Walls leave Cynthia King, Joyce Beasley, and Ann Webster those easy bookkeeping tests. SECTION LXVII. Sandra Wilkins leaves her "song bird" voice to Mary Marshall Rand. SECTION LXVIII. Billy Ray Williams and Lonnie Dill leave those long book reports to Terry Horton and Bill Shertzer because they like to read so much. SECTION LXIX. Gerald Williams leaves his position on the basketball team to Danny Knight. SECTION LXX. Robert Williams leaves his slim, trim figure to Bobby Page. SECTION LXXI. Warren Wood, Bonnie Yeargan, and Richard Williford just leave. SECTION LXXII. Allen Wilson leaves his "mean" guitar to Bill Collins. SECTION LXXIII. Sherman Yeargan and Jerry Joyce leave Roscoe Griffin to Louis Watson and Teresa Updegraif. Junior Class Cfficers President ..... - ................. .. ....................... T om! SAULS Vice-President ......... ........ J or-11-:NY ALDRIDGE Secretary ........... ........... D IANE HA'rc1-n-:R Treasurer ....... ......... M ERVLYN WATKINS 60 Johnny Aldridge Neil Anderson Ann Austin Charles Bailey Sterling Banks Faye Barbour JUNIORS - CLASS 0F Jackie Benson Ray Browning Emilia Buffaloe Martha Burnetbe Dudley Carter Sharon Carter Shirley Bagwell Joyce Beasley 1962 Pat Buffaloe Sheila Cash Mickey Castleberry Jean Coats Bill Collins Dolores Collins Harold Davis Jane Everett Dwayne Fails Lawrence Farmer JUNIORS 0 CLASS OF 1962 Lois Fisher Skeeter Gardner Danny Fogleman Sharon Gibson Phillip Ford Judy Goodman Nellie Fowler -14-Judy Goss C Betty Jean Grissom Diane Hatcher Jimmy Holder Billie Hudson Rose Guy John Hanner Bud Hickman Nancy Hilliard Nelda Holder Sammy Hunt Jean Holmes Elaine Ann Harris Floyd Hocutt Terry Horton Jimmy Johnson Nssqww Rex Kelly Benny King Cynthia King Donnie Kirks Danny Knight Becky Lineback .IUNIORS - CLASS OF Harriet Long Joe Mboneyham Barbara McClelland Linda Morgan Frances Meadows Phillip Murray Diane Kzing Ralph Lineback 1962 Wayne Mingis Nancy Newberry ffww W5 Joyce O'Daniels Ed Ormond Bobby Page Ray Parker Irene Parrott I-Ie1en4Partin Avon Perry Jamie Perry Bobby Pierce Ronald Pierce Judy Pollard Kay Poole Larry Poole Meredith Prince Bobby Quillin Mary Marshall Rand WW James Ransdell Ricky Ray John Rhodes Johnny Robertson Allan Rogers Jean Sauls Tony Sauls Bill Shertzer .IUNIORS 0 CLASS OF 1962 Stacy Smith Sue Smith Linda Snead Nicky Sorocco Ray Sorrell Marion Staley Jean Stancil Edward Stephenson Banks Stevens Judi Thompson Eileen Troxler Teresa Updegraff Benny Wall Louis Watson Jimmy Wall Elsie Walker Mervlyn Watkins Ann Webster Betty W11it6e1d Donna Williams Phyllis Yeargan 67 X- 3 ,..x X mg? ,xx 1 zgafvjs K? 5 Q ifiify-if fxifii mx. L3 XM :Nt ra -125 SOPHOMORES v CLASS OF 69 1963 Lewis Alexander Phyllis Andrews James Arvin Febbie Ashworth Sarah Ashworth Marie Atkinson Becky Bailey Alfred Barbour David Baucom Alice Beck Marcia Bedwell Larry Belvin Gwen Bridges Billy Britt Harry Brogdon Douglas Brooks Frances Brooks Susan Brosious Carol Bryan Freddy Buffaloe George Butler Pete Byrd Susan Carr Jim Casner Scott Castleberry SOPHCMORES v CLASS 0F 1963 Minnie Lou Catlett Ronnie Collins Larry Cooper Emma Creech Lois Creech Sheron Creech Diane Dallas Danny Dean Faye Dean Beth Dixon Laurie Dixon Rodney Ann Dowd Jeannie Evers Susan Ferrell Donald Ford Esther Garner Gary Glenn Linda Glover Richard Gower Pete Greer Delores Gregory Judy Hales Billy Harmon J. B. Hayes Charlotte Herbert Na im Wx 70 Glenda Hicks Phyllis Hicks Waitsel Hill George Holmes Judy Horton Phyllis Howington Jimmy Hunt Jimmy Jackson Carol Johnson Donna Johnson James Johnson Patricia Johnson Ray Johnson Sandra Johnson Vernon Johnson Arthur Jones Harry Joye Brenda Kelly Charles King Ida Bell King Paulette King Dieter Kubtyzn Larry Langdon Maxine Lassiter Pam Lassiter SOPHOMORES 0 CLASS OF 1963 Ronnie Lassiter ' t Pat Lloyd Billy Jo Long Patricia Lorbacher Judy Mann Donald Medlin Patsy Mitchell Sandra Mitchell Melvin Moon Barbara Morris Sandra Morris Angus Morrison Tommy Neal Gloria Newton Jo Ann O'Bair Barbara Ormond Bettie Parrish Judy Parrott James Patton John Peatross Howard Penni-nger Judy Penny Shirley Perry Jimmy Phelps Ann Phillips 72 5 Nea,-V Joe Pleasants Charles Poole Barbara Price Bobby Rand Kathy Rowell Diane Royal James Russell Larry Sanderford Linda Sanderford Sears Sauls Yulanda Sconyers Carolyn Sealey Ann Senter Glenn Sexton Brenda Sidbury Walter Simpkins Gayle Smith Jimmy Smith Mary Alice Sorrell Lynwood Stanley Joe Starling Jewell Stephenson Judy Stone Laurie Strickland Dorothy Thomas SOPHOMORES v CLASS OF 1963 Hadley Thomas . Brenda Thompson J Jeannette Thompson Kay Thompson Willis Thompson Shirley Townsend Cecil Turner Mary Updegraff Billy Walker Carl Bert Wall Kay Wall Sue Wall Lewis Walters J - J John Wanchock W- i. . Cherry Ward o J Lila Weatherman Joyce Weatherspoon Noel Weston Carolyn Whitaker . Richard White Judy Williams ' J Carol Wilkins C I Suzy Williams - Linda Williford s Walter Wllliford . J 74 S Jimmy Wilson Pat Wood Gwen Wrenn Janis Young Freshman Class Officers President .................................. DWAYNE MrrcHENEn Vice-President ........ ............ J or-INNY Woon Secretary ............... .... - ...... J AN1-: TOWNSEND Treasurer ........ ....... G Lolu.-x WASHINGTON 76 R A A A 5-,az . . x- 1 . at A A Q uf' : N 5 li ' X x are XX ia es ,gigs ea k , .X h .Q ,-+ ' br S. f 31- A V f H A - i'a' .s X . ' K E W X X if X xg? fflfifieg. ., -N to E , A sss ss , ? A Q . ' ' s A '1 7 , , D ' C ,,1.i 1 5 X-ao' ' 1 A RESHMEN v CLASS OF 1964 X as 1 X F X X X ag? Edward Adams Jerry Adams Sue Andrews Joan Bagwell Bruce Baker Pat Barbour Faye Barnes Yetlve Baucom Donald Beamon Sandra Best Elizabeth Black-mon Diane Blalock Calvin Bland Betsy Boling Tracy Bowling .Terry Branch Geneva Bridges Paul Brierley J oe Britt Charles Brooks Kathy Brooks Charles Browning Bill Burnette Charles Caddell Paula Cahoon Ray Carroll Linda Cash Janice Cauley James Champion Kenneth Clayton Steve Coats Dan Cochrane Gayle Cole Larry Cooper Jimnw Creighton Leonard Cross Shirley Daniel Don Davis Earl Davis Roy Davis Wayne Davis Andy Denny Sam Dill Richard Douglas Jimmy Dowdee Jimmy Eatmon Faye Edwards Janet Ellen Bob Evans Bill Ferris Rudy Fields Roger Fish Patricia Freeman Butch Garner Ben Gentry Lamar Gibson Rodney Godwin Sue Goss Joe Gower Betty Gray James Gurkln Chris Hall Tommy Hanner Jerry Hargis Allen Harper Brenda Hill Tommy Hobby Rebecca Holder Jerry Horton Betty Jo House Phil Humphries Ronald Hunt Judy Jackson Jo Ann Johnson Phyllis Johnson Tommy Johnson Charles Jones Dorothy Jones Jane J ones Lynn Jones Tommy Kimbrell Julia Knapp Brenda Kull Brenda Lawrence if Q x A X t 3 X X s 5 hqr N x n . 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Ax , ,K fi ,t W ..., , 3 5-1 , FRESHMEN v CLASS OF 1961 ,A , aw a ' gg, 4 , -fy , Jr, Q:-Rf-af L d Ld 1 m y t as of . 3 'i . q ' Y ' if ' 1 3 7 Janet Lawson Patricia Lee Jackie Leveridge Joel Liles Pam Litton Larry Lloyd John Lyles Donnie Maynard Larry McLaughlin Dwayne Mitchener Donald Moore Bennie Morgan Randy Morgan Dwight Moss Adonna Nesbitt Darrell Norris Judy 0'Barr Dorothy Parrish Paulette Parrish Jerry Perry Verne Perry Annice Pierce Patsy Pollard Ann Poole Jean Poole Larry Poole Lynne Poythress Billy Phelps Carol Quinn Sandra Reaves Sylvia Reaves Ronald Rhodes Patricia Riddle Earlene Schweitzer Maxine Senter Diane Sexton Gloria Simmons Johnny Smith Scottie Snow Becky Sorrell Jimmy Sorrell Brenda Spence Russell Stancll Brenda Stallings Ann Stanley Scott Starling Irving Stephenson Linda Stephenson Roger Stephenson Christie Stoddard William Strickland James Testa Mary Thompson Yvonne Till Jane Townsend Timmy Underhill Jimmy Upchurch Ruth Upchurch Roy Walker Lawrence Wallace Gloria Washington Jerry Weatherspoon David Whitley Peter Whiting Allan Whitley Betty Jean Williams Bobby Williams Roger Williams Glen Wilson Jackie Woodall Johnny Wood Lawrence Zettlemair '- ,. we -,, Y. 5 i V ., X i A A J 5 .. ' -.1 silfiie gk? ES Yk A S QE! S FRESHMEN 0 CLASS OF 196 80 'T' N n S .. , J . Q4 ,,..u-vim" n Q T v New NNN wg ,fi n -1 : 4:8 :T ,QT Ti:-A xl-tif: Qz.. r--itl. ,, , 4-gg, in-rc.- 1 .235--11, .-..... N, -4 .,.. 1--fig, : rr.A. . ':: AV.: 1-f- A- - -. -.-1 r' Q- .si ' wx: fff f ff " E ' f ? ' " Q,.'-'flfgj E, -- ' .vr -T2 '--1-:4 ::' .-. ," "" --1-. , --' -' "R .ggarprfzdf 1,5 , Y - X: r n L "'. bf-Q L' . LQ? ll. - - 5' '1','E. it '31-' -, 2 X ff .144 63? , CMN exxff 'Kg ilcliviiies X 1, Mn. D. W. SANnEns Sponsor Fam: RMB Business Manager , C JACKYJ JOYNER Editor-in-Chief "Work and worry! What's your hurry? We've got to get an annual in! " This has been the cry of. the L'ECOLE staff this year. Deciding what should go in, what should be left out, where and how to place each article, selling ads, taking pictures, typing up copy, and rushing to meet deadlines and obligations have only ben a part of the numerous headaches the L,ECOLE has pre- sented. Working on the L'EcoLE has not all been hard work,' however, it's been great fun, too. The myriad of things we've learned! Much reflecting has been done, and perhaps you will agree in saying that many of our fondest memories will be composed of our years at G.H.S. ifggfg BRENDA CAKRQLL PATSY ETILIRIDGE LARRY ROBERTSON Adverttsmg Manager Art Editor Class Editor MARY PAT BRYAN Feature Editor DWIGHT BUF!-'ALOE JEAN DANIELS Sports Editor Photography Editor Louis WATSON Junior Representative Mrcxm' CAs'rLmaEnnY Junior Representative nf' W Cole Staf ROBERT MCDANIELS BRENDA JONES SHEHMAN YEARGAN Club Editor Circulation Advertising Circulation Manager Manager Mns. MA'r'rm-:ws Sponsor BRENDA FISH Vice-President BILL PLEASANTS President En ORMOND TONY SAULS Parliamentarian Sergeant-at-Arms The Student Council acts as the voice of the entire student body. Through this organization the ideas for improvement of the school itself, its functions, and its influence can be channeled from students to the faculty. It is the duty of each council member to present a good example to the rest of the student body, by which means school spirit and school ideals are hoped to be maintained. Bonny Prrxm Treasurer J ACKY FRED RMB NELDA Houma Reporter Song Leader STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council membership is made up of eight oflicers who are elected by the student body in the spring prior to the year they serve, and of a representative and an alternate chosen from each homeroom. First row: Raab, Holder, Pipkin, Sauls, Pleasants, Fish, Joyner, Ormond, Mrs. Matthews, spon- sor. Second row: Boling, Lassiter, Johnson, Ethridge, Whitaker, Ferrell, Watkins, Johnson, Stevens, Grissom, E. Buffaloe, H. Joye. Third row: Long, Andrews, Stone, Price, Green, Parrish, Henry, B. Joye, D. Buifaloe, Wilson, L. Buifaloe. Fourth row: Castleberry, Sauls, Robertson, Cochrane, Wall, Whaley, Sorrell, Mitchener, Phipps, Knight, R. Whitaker, McDaniel. ii REFRESHMENTS COMMITTEE Left to right: Beth Stevens, chair- man, Barbara Price, Bobby Pipkin, Sears Sauls. COMMITTE SCRAPBOOK COMMITTEE Left to right: Dwayne Mitchener, Fred Raab, chairman. Q 5 Q .r.,5 DECORATIONS COMMITTEE 1 Clockwise: Mervlyn Watkins, chaii man, Jimmy Sorrell, Ed Ormon' Dan Cochrane, Betty Jean Grissoxj J E s , PUBLICITY COMIVIITTEE Left to right: ,Ray Whitaker, 'Patsy Ethridge, Robert McDaniel, chain man. MUSIC COMMITTEE Left to right: Nelda Holder, :hairmang Emilia Buifaloe. JEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE .eft to right: Phyllis Johnson, lhairmang Jacky Joyner. ELECTIONS COMMITTEE .eft to right: Danny Knight, 'ony Sauls, chairmang Dwight Suffaloe, Jimmy Wilson. HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE Left to right: Billy Phipps, Lawrence Buffaloe, chairmang Harry Joye, James Ransdell. PROGRAM COMMITTEE Left to right: Susan Ferrell, Betsy Bowling, Brenda Fish, chairman. First row: Austin, Glenn, Yeargan, Wall, Watkins, Williams. Second row: Staley, Gibson, Holder, Johnson Rand, McGee. Third row: Wilkins, Watson, Buffaloe, Hatcher, King, Stevens, Joyner, Suggs. Fourth row: Wall, Newberry, 0'Daniels, L. Buffaloe, Pipkin, Raab. BETA CLUB The Beta Club is a non-secret, leadership organization. The purpose of the Beta Club is to encourage effort, to promote character, to stimulate achievement, to culti- vate leadership qualities, to reward merit, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school graduation. The Garner Beta Club received its charter on December 7, 1945. Student membership is determined by the high school administration on the basis of: 1. High mentality and character. 2. Creditable achievement. 3. Commendable attitude. Each member believes strongly in building a good character and unquestionable honesty. 90 SHERMAN YEARGAN Vice-President BRYANT WALL President LYNETTE GLENN ANN AUs'rrN Treasurer Secretary GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATICN The Girls' Athletic Association, in its second year at Garner, has been very suc- cessful. This year the club sponsored volleyball, basketball, and softball intramurals Miss,Ju1ia Stokes has served as' sponsor this year. 1 W w' ELAINE Joi-nwsou EMI-:LIA BUFFAx..oE NANCY Nmwnx-:RRY President Vice-President Secretary Si-uxnos Grnson NELDA Honnnn 1VI.AnY UPDEGRAFF Treasurer Points Chairman Publicity Chairman First row: Newberry, Gibson, Sauls, Updegraff, Johnson, Holder. Second row: Carroll Senter, Troxler, Mitchell, Stone, Marr, Harris, Burnette, Guy, Wall, Rand. Third row: Skipper, Cash, Long, Snead, Knapp, Davis, Litton, Ward, Sxdbury, McClellan. Fourt -row geay, Mann, Wood, Herbert, Lee, Lassiter, Sealey, Weatherspoon, Sorrell, P. Johnson, Banks, ta ey. The Girls' Athletic Association strives to promote interest in sportsmanship, oiiici- ating, coaching, intramurals and the enjoyment of physical education. Membership is earned through participation in school intramurals and activities. ' Members receive awards in the G.A.A. through active participation and interest in sports. The G.A.A. sponsors an orientation day in the spring for the incoming Freshmen. , The outstanding event of the year is the participation in the State Play Day held in Greensboro. 93 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AN sf ,. 'o WZ. 1 "Toward New Horizons" is the motto of the F.H.A. The purposes of tion are: Q11 to emphasize the iznportance of worthy home membershi courage democracy in home and community life, 131 to work for good hor life for all, C43 to promote international good Will, C51 to foster the de creative leadership in home and community life, C61 to further interest EVE!-YN GREEN NELDA Hoummn Joycn STEPHENSON President Vice-President Secretary n i i .ii' .was xz A I and C71 to provide wholesome individual and group recreation. Membership is composed of all home economics girls and any girl who has had at least some home economics training. Membership dues are 561.00 per year. The red rose is the flower and the colors are red and white, red for strength and white for purity. MARY UPDEGRAFF Reporter SUSAN Fmnnnu.. Historian HAZ!-:L SAULS Parliamentarian BRENDA FISH Song Leader First row: Watkins, Jones, Sauls, Mrs. Ives, sponsorg McCu11um, Grissom, L. I-Iulnphnies, E. Humphreys. Second row: McGee, King, Collins, Whitaker, Stevens Staley, Marr, Banks, Herbert, Mann, Carr. Thvrd frow: Bryan, Benson, Kelly, Buifaloe, Stone, Crastleberry, Burnette, Bedwell, Sidbury Lassiter Castleberry Fowrth row: Harris, Buffaloe, Brown, Michols, Carroll, ash, JOS'Ce, Stencil, Etheridge, Joyner. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA F.T.A. promotes interest in teaching and gives opportunity for students to teach a few times during the year. The members have to be approved by their homeroom teacher. This club meets once a month and has a program on the methods and pleas- ures of teaching. Motto: Toward New Horizons. 96 The Future Farmers of America is a national organization for all boys who are studying vocational agriculture. Its purpose is the development of agricultural leader- ship, co-operation and citizenship. , Each year a Father and Son banquet is held for the members and their fathers. At the end of each school year a weeks' trip is taken either to the Tom Browne Camp in the mountains or to the F.F.A. camp at White Lake. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA First row: Simpkins, Harris, Davis, Murray, Hocutt, King. Second row: Walker, Hunt, Wall, Thompson, Davis, Baker, Browning, Sorrell. Third -row: Maynard, Farmer, Ryals, Britt, Dismukes, T. C. Baucom, Sponsor. g ,X , ig 5 The purpose of Etudiants Francais is to better acquaim ourselves with the language and customs of the Frencl people and to prepare those with sufficient training fm further need of the language. Our motto is Ever Onward ETUDIANTS FRANCAIS OFFICERS: Wall, Staley, Watson, Hatch- er, Johnson, Banks. First row: Mr. Grimn, sponsorg Johnson, Staley, Watson, Hatcher, Banks, Wall. Second row: King, Adams, Gibson, Rand, Harris, Morgan, Grissom, Holder. Third row: Sorrocco, Turner, Pierce, W. Poole, L. Poole, Parrott, Long, Bagwell. Fourth row: Knight, Page, Lineback, Quil- lin, Updegratf, Holmes, Everett. Fifth -row: Parker, Cash, McClelland, Horton. Sixth row: Web- ster, Williford, Shertzer, Stephenson. Composed of second year French students, Le Cercle Francais is an in-class activity eagerly anticipated by students entering French. The club provides an oppor- tunity to further our understanding of the French people, their culture, country, language, and to deepen our knowledge of their colorful history. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS First 'rows Joyce Yeargan, Mr. Grimm, sponsorg Raab, Marr, Ethridge. Second row: Glenn, Stev- ens, Buffaloe, Ealces, K. Buffaloe, Wilkins, Sauls, McCu1lum. Third row: Joye, Skipper, Williams, Thigpen, Bryan, Rideoutt. Ml f 5 --X N, ,K . N ., A 5 .NV , K "fx, fx xx , NH 'xnxg xy ' 'hw "'h'-as NK Q ,NNY F ji 3 fi 5 yf If xx"-X-. Mr! "'NwKVMmVv' Q Nw-..M A Rf--.wh NM-s..N. --.x....gk H.. W Q - , .... - S g Ve xx, L. iq. if 4 r QF' W - +P , V SW:-fl.. ' 521 f A Y -iivl L vrqgi.. 4 A RQ- -"N 5 f x Wu 1, The Choral Club is composed of all students enrolled in vocal music. Its primary purpose is to teach music appreciation to its members. This year, with Christmas and spring concerts planned, the chorus has been quite active. C H O R A L C L U B neek, Casner, homa row Glover, Herbert, Stancil, Kelly, Partin, Brosius. Updegraff, Watkins. Seated: Bivens, Bryan, MAJORETTES Updegraff, Bryan, Head Majorette, Biven: BAND Under the guidance of Mr. Johnson, our director, and with hard work on the part of everyone, our band has had one of the most successful years ever. We are especially proud of our new uniforms. Our leaders for this year have been: President, Robert McDanielg Vice-President, George Butler, Secretary-Treasurerg Teresa Updegraff, Drum Majorg Ronald Pierce, Head Majoretteg Mary Pat Bryan, and Co-Head, Teresa Updegraif. 103 MARSHALS To serve as a marshal is quite an honor. The marshals are composed of Juniors with the highest scholastic averages for the first two years in high school. They serve by directing student assemblies and ushering at graduation. The chief marshal is the person with the highest average in his class. Left to right: Diane Hatcher, Marion Staley, Diane King, Joyce O'Danie1s, Louis Watson, Sharon Gibson, Benny Wall, Mervlyn Watkins, Mary Marshall Rand, Johnny Aldridge, Nancy Newberry, Nelda Holder, Ann Austin, Elaine Johnson. First row: Warren, Fisher, Dyson, Bozart, Rogers, Hamerick Williams. Second row- Hudson Perry, Huff, Hargis, Coats, Poythress, Partin, Dunn, Stancil, Thompson, Mrs. McCaski1ll sponsor: Third row: Perry, Bagwell, Smith, Yeargan, Sorocco, Rogers, Jarman, Rogers, Broughton, Wil- son, Walker. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB PURPOSE This club is an organization of students enrolled in vocational distributive educa- tion class. The purpose of the D.E. Club is to stimulate professional growthg to develop progressive. leadershipg to develop skills in human relationshipsg to create the desire to keep abreast of current developments in business and industryg to encourage high ethical standards in business and industry and to foster a deep feeling of the civic, social and moral responsibilities of busines to society. ACTIVITIES The D.E. Club has been extremely active this year. Some of our club activities include: 1. Sponsored State Fair Booth on Distributive Education. 2. Parents Night. 3. Homecoming Float. 4. Host at Eastern District D.E. Convention. 5. Attended N. C. State DECA Convention in Greensboro. 6. Sales Demonstration Contest sponsored by the Raleigh Sales Executive Club. 7. Wake County Employee-Employer Banquet. Two district officers were elected from our club this fall: Bobby Bozart, District President, and Lois Fisher, District Editor promotion manager. an V-W 1 H A --M H i ....l4 X 0 W A' 'T' W M In K, Ax wa, -4 " ws-1'Si"'7fx"'iiw"'iW"k , a l .11 ' ss i K: . we . K .. r .. . ,. '- e . . ,Jr 'f - sr, egg. --1"-,'.'-f-' ' "1 ., , 4 - l.. v. ' - ' - K , . ng , ' ,. '- . Q .,. .sr is . , , ,V ,Q s 2 is s. ,s .. ,W , 33-.w.1s,,,.,,0. -r s A K -sw. -re. ...X - , . -1 'STN Nusa -fm-' " Q. .. ,,, . MQ.. 'K N ' .. fs ' . .W .N ..v -. ...mei fx s.v.y,m.:':v .- N K W ., . K3 . .y.,x.,,,.g, K . . , . ,R ,..x. 3, rx, .1 Q ., . ,. A .K . + is m . 6. A s Q. .3 .K . g5,j,.,KK,Ks.s, gs, :Ns 4. Xe- . - - K .K -. - K K Q , ..sKz.,,. . ,.-... K -. .x . . , ., ,N .s,..,,a ,,q,., , . , First -row: Murray, Cotton, Ferrell, Wilder, Watkins, Green, Newberry, Holder, Morris. Second row: Horton, Penninger, Knight, Fish, Mitchell, Hunter, Robertson, Bailey, Johnson, King, Mc- Daniel, Ray, Mr. Cochrane, supervisor. BUS DRIVERS Each day an average of 1,750 students are transported to Garner, Auburn, Vance, and Vandora schools by our fleet of 20 buses. The mileage per school year totals ap- proximately 132,000 miles. The drivers, as well as Mr. C. A. Cochrane, supervisor, have done a commendable job this year. 106 Sitting: Elizabeth Hilliard, Nellie Edwards, Mrs. Jim Lane, Alpheretta White, Minnie Cannady, Clara Johnson. Standmg: Chalmers Hinnant, Peggy Hinnant. LUNCHROOM STAFF The health of your child is our foremost concern. A well balanced diet is essential for a strong body and well trained mind. Our eiiicient kitchen staff and management work toward these ends to better serve you. Our kitchen is Grade A-96, and our staff has had much experience in preparing and serving a well balanced diet. 107 OFFICERS: Brenda Fish, Jerry Joyce, Mary Pat Bryan, Patsy Eth- ridge, Carolyn Stancil. LAGSNEETS The Lagsneets is a newly- organized club for the Senior Girls of G.H.S. Though pri- marily a social club, we are also a service club in that we aid the Student Council in any undertaking in which they may need our assistance. Such services are decorating and cleaning up for dances and helping in the concession stands at ballgames. We have a total of twenty members and will bring in "sisters" from the Junior class in the spring. Members, first row: Partin, Marr, Cash,pCarro11, Sauls. Second row: McGee, Glenn, Stevens, Humphreys, Buffaloe, Jones, Hu :f s. Third row: Joyner, Wilkins, Fish, Bryan, Ethridge, Joyce, Stancil. MG's e The MG's is a newly-organized group of Senior boys joined to form a social club. Though not classified as a service league, we assist with the dances and the football and basketball games. We are looking forward to success in our first year. OFFICERS: Pleasants, Robertson CPresidentD Yeargan. First row: Wall, Joye, Whitaker, L. Buifaloe, Robertson, Pleasants, Rideoutt, D. Butfaloe, Henry. Second row: Yearzan. Sorrell, Kolb, Williams, Raab, Fish, Pipkin, Corbett. 1 , ,BRICKLAYERS Standing: Hunt, Hyde, Wall, Woolard, Horton, Mr. Crumpler, instructor, Johnson, Hunter, Moon Stallings, Walters. Front: Ball, Thomas. DIVERSIFIED CCCUPATIONS CLUB First row: Collins. Wood, Mr. Blanton sponsor' Tunstall, Duke. Second row: Weatherspoon, Hicks Blalock Sowers, Fogleman Simpltins Barfaour, Brooks Byrd, Neville. Third row: Martin, Hall, lbllesser, Thompson, Perry, Fowler, Godfavm, Holland, Brofvnmg, Stevens. LIBRARY CLUB First row: Hicks, Senter, Mrs. Buffaloe, Librariang Humphries, Ethridge. Second row: Whitfield Beasley, Long, S. Morris, B. Morris. Third row: Lassiter, Skipper, Holder, Goodman, Snead. TEACHERS' ASSISTANTS .llfileliw .....-f-" ,,,......--- 1 e z.-' mm S '5 Prince, Banks, Stone, Carroll, Daniels, Austin, Price, Harris, Rand 4 ,44 -'-' 'Q'-'QA-1 523-: 3 .,,. viii-'! 4':T"1 """"' I fi' I " ' Z'-7 ""' L5 ....--- xf 1 , .... JEAN Dnmsns Head Cheerleader 114 ,-7.-5 Jorm W. STI-:wAn'r Coach 1960 CONFERENCE Earner .................... 12 "1 'I '1 .x8.l'l'lel', ...... ...... . . Sarner .................. .-39 '1 .r81'I'leI' .................... Earner .............. ...... 1 4 '1 .:'81'I1e1' ............ ...,..., 'Q ,ra1'I1el' ........... ,........ '1 z81'I1el'. ................. .- .warner .................... 19 .xarner ..................,. 28 SCORES Dunn .... Clayton ..... Apex ......... Selma ......... Millbrook Benson ......... Wake Forest Smithfield .... Fuquay ........ Cary ........... GUARDS: Phillip Ford, David Baucom, Mike Hall. TACKLES: Bill Mitchell, Ray Sorrell, Ed Stevens. . TACKLE: Vernon Johnson. CENTERS: Larry Sanderford, Ed Ormond. GUARD: Richard Gower TACKLES: Sears Sauls, Ray Whitaker, Pete Greer. Fnnnnm RMB and Bonny Pnvxm BASKETBALL Y -1- J- 3 1 9 6 1 if Coach-John Stewart Co-Captains 1961 CONFERENCE "CHAMPS" LARRY POOLE and LEONARD Cnoss SCORES W Y Manogers Garner ...... ......... 3 9 Selma ....... 33 Garner .................... 47 Garner .................... 45 Garner .................... 62 Garner- .............. 53 Garner ...... ......... 6 6 Garner .................... 57 Garner .................... 54 Garner. .............. 59 Garner ...... ......... 4 4 Garner ...... ......... 5 9 Garner. .............. 72 Cary ......... Wake Forest Fuquay Benson ......... Smithfield ................ Millbrook ................ Apex ........................ Selma ..... Cary ......... Wake Forest Clayton 49 47 57 44 50 26 39 40 45 64 55 - k Q. N is fe Q K xx if F X , , Q 'R Q N S x NX .y -5: Xi -f Q Q 5 K O I K QW? N ww? g WFE k 515552534 - S ' Qi I X gui.- X Asif A E4 Q: , N gifs f Q 'N ww- ,X f. 1 f X3 Elxixxx if gg 51,1 M' I 4... Eff x f f 5' A -N ax . First 1-ow: Mike Hall, Phillip Ford, Bobby Pipkin, Vic Sorrell. .Second row: Coach Liles, David Henry, Tony Sauls, Jackie Benson, Bill Pleasants. BASEBALL Last year's baseball team, the District IV, AA conference champions, had a terrific season. In the state elimination playoffs, Coach Liles' fifteen boys met their roughest competition of the year in the form of Perquimans High School. In the decisive third game, Garner was defeated and eliminated from the finals. This year we expect an even better year with seven out of nine of last season's starters returning. 121, Coacl-I Ln.r:s First row: Sauls, Knight, Fails, Wall, Ormond, Raab, Buffaloe, Phipps, Butler. Second row: Peat- ross, Brogden, Ford, Watson, Joye, Sanderford, Wilson, Wanchock, Coach Stewart. TRACK A comparatively new sport at Garner, track is progressing well. Last year we finished a successful track season, entering Fred Raab Lawrence Buffaloe, Jimmy Phipps, Danny Knight, and Billy Joye in the East Sectional Track Meet at State College. We are anticipating I an even better season this year. LAWRENCE Bur-FALQI: and FRED RAAB Co-Captains JR. VARSITY FOOTBALL First row: Pleasants, Wanchock, Buffaloe, Butler, Parker. Second row: Coach Liles, J. Pleasants Peatross, Thomas, Turner, Brogden, Wilson. JR. VARSITY BASKETBALL First row: Turner, Baucom, Sauls, P. Ford, Butler, Buifaloe. Second row: Coach Liles, D. Ford, Watson, Joye, Davis, Brogden, Glenn, Sandex-ford. JR. HIGH FO0TBALL TEAM First 1-ow: Stancil, Fields, Stephenson, Ekman, Wilson. Second row: Coats, Sorrell, Cochrane Britt. Third row: Phipps, Humphries, Wall, Coach Johnson. JR. HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM First row: Denny, Cochrane, Sorrell, Phipps, Stancil, Goss, Mitchiner, Burnette. Second row: Williamson, Whaley, W. Wall, Wilson, G. Wall, Parker. Third row: Bowling, Hudson, Farris, Humphries, Coach Johnson. l -A-""Z. QVA? A M-,"ZN, ..,f"""""'i'fL',,a, q f N., fi! I ,r-ad-,,.. .....-14-f""' ff, X BA! ,-,,f1..-X f,i'A Lag fealllfes F,-. .....,f"l,,..",,4 w--,ff HOMECCJMING QUEEN 5 S 5 2 E f 5 5 Y K 5 S S .X ,X is SQ? 1 o fa-me fi Q5 ,J Each year the thoughts of every- one keep running forward to the spring, and the biggest event of the social year, the Junior-Senior Prom. This is the one time in the year when the underclassmen say a sort of 'ffond farewell" to the Seniors. l lil It'is also a time when the Jun- L iors do their best to out-do the N Seniors by trying to put on a bet- Il !2'2K sig sl Q F- ff Q I. uk s ,XV-1 Z X 'ffffa y ' : 15 X, " X, . sa , 9 ffy rf ter prom than the year before. So on April 29, 1960, the Class of '61 bade their farewell to the Class of '60 in their presentation of the "Isle of Happiness." It was a big momenthin the lives of the Junior class as they saw a beautiful end to all their efforts of that year. It was also a "good-bye" that will long be remembered by the Sen- iors of '60. F f , X I -? A J ff C X X rx . - X 'f, . N Y QALIJ ,, 3-.3 - 1 A -Y of'-nv: "'r""""' ' ' ' H- 1 'QQ . . . 'Jo-1wfg13ee11ngS of accomphshment, a ajihoughtful hesltancy, reluctant 4. J Cxylyx Kr I QNX , --1 x?rxJ5xgsx Q11 Q'15,wLZ A V good-byes to old fnends . yd. X --vu X-.ff-WR xx Lf? ,, . f X :KX 'SJ The door closes on 1961 at U'9Y'QgX1JwQQQg,,S l'i2z,J K,K5v,q,3Y,QQ 130 FINALE Jdys .Q x 1 X . lf I F BQ-,i ' , . V 5 ? , i 4, , kg -. -5 Q , X A -, My r X ui V' - ' - my J , .V , . " X I" LUN, " V' YX Y --w X 4 J ., w -'F-N 'x X . ' L. - G' w I -VA -L . 3 X f X T !'7 X . f7 - 131 W .f If g.,- I 3 ,. 52? , , 7 V ,i ' ' .fi PA 7 ff: . - f L- fa px, u.fff..gi QQ-5 'ff' 2 -L 'fi 55:-. E X55 2 fl '-2 N 2- pai V-Z2 Fi if 25:2 Q1 'fa - 4 L -fl E15 ""' ,, W f X C054 X2 Q5 X X, WZ? 2? 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