Garner High School - Lecole Yearbook (Garner, NC)

 - Class of 1966

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'B'-' A' ..... A ..i. H.- Y.....-..- - , A ,,,, ,, 3 3 I X X f W 1 I f v 1 X 1 1 w N V w 1 yuGH Y' ww. F fIok1u9" J' Q Q5 mi aff 3 W 00 Q 'Uh Av f G7 Ky 1 1: A m Q S 'fy 6' Q Q- The Senior Class ' of' GARNER HIGH SCHQOL Garner, North Carolina Presents 4EQl5g:1?Ql 'W 1-:1.,:....g.g M ' -'sf A ' ' , W.. www ww . M? ,V gm' ' , WSL, Wy, , 7 H 'J' iffiifvw-+f Tiglfj 1, 1' i Dedication For setting the example of a true gentleman, n , For his wisdom, understanding, and leadership, S For instilling in the minds of his students a desire to Work, to strive, and to play fair, For outstanding teaching of Physical Education and Social Studies, We, the Senior Class--with gratitude for his friend- ship, and deep appreciation for an outstanding rec- ord as basketball coach -- do dedicate the 1966 L'Ecole to . . . 4 EM, Wai' f'qAN0l"i"1Wx VOD ,, ,, ,,k, M lg , 7, R - I ,,?,k1,3k 2 4 X swf ' 14 -,.,.- 1, . - , A BEG NN N The first year is a beginning, New and frightening, for we are . humble novices. School is overwhelming, tremendous. It is a challenge, . A A mountain. i I - A mountain so high that we cannot see the top from where we stand, And it will take four long years w to climb it. ' . School is serious: , It is teachers, lectures, study, worry, ' Thinking, writing, books, rules, . , ..... frustration. I W , 4 4 f l Y E 1 i A w . i 1 1 iw, -3 QT. f. X 5 2 Z E S' , Q .1 i uni' 1 cauldron of boiling emotions moment, disappointment, Disgustedy Time is a slave driver! More classes! More homework! More Themes! No dreams. 2 2 2 a + b : c Who but the teacher and Pythagoras care! ' School is conflict, con- tradiction Crowded halls, old tradi- tion, Yearbooks coming, football games, ' ' ' Sulfur bombs, and senior proms. .9u0,,Snt.... ............-U0 puadap uno am auo Amo :mg 'spuapxy are 9.19111 'sag ssauq:-auo1 sn seq Bugu.naa1 puv 'sxnoq :1so1 .101 aqesuadurog '11 10 II? dsmi O1 A11 A11u9S.n1 QM 'seapg 'uoseaa 'peg go Hug fiupgoxa 'iuplmqqnaaq sg Slrgureai :mg And sometimes school is-- Baccalaureate, Graduation, Being left behind, That's'the sad part. This is the environment of education. Developing, a fierce pride for it, Coming to own a love for it, ' - , We have become a part of it . . . it of us Such a ,short time, and then what ? Is that the end ? - The end of a certain happiness. The climax of a small achievement. , We are soon to leave it all behind. Time pushes us on to another beginning , . ...,. .. ,. g , 41 154' 2 -bf 5 ' 2: 'i arwma . f. W 5 ,gf ' VT Q x . ' A v -L W fu ' K X as . 33? ,U 'S x a s .4 IL "HW " SW w EE Q SX I , N " ' .'-. 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Miss L'Ecole of 1966 is Betsy Jones, a senior known for her cheer- ful enthusiasm and ready smile. She has been a member ofthe cheer- leading squad for two years and is active in the F.T.A. and Monogram Club. The L'Ecole proudly presents this vivacious young lady as its symbol of beauty. I7 I 1 L 3 1 1 5 3 Q 2 - x 1 I 1 J i + T 1 f I ' 1 i Q r K I i J W D ADMINISTRATION ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS CLASSES FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS l6 xu r we NURTH 0' YQ J' Q 5" K"'g 0 3 ..1, 00 Q "JD A4 Z A W -1 92- Sf 41 , Q. ,f ADMINISTRATION Q Mr. Fred Smith Superintendent of Wake County Schools Adminisl Garner High School demands an admini- stration that is diplomatic and alert. It must always be ready to meet emergencies as well as the steady succession of problems. It is also necessary that this administration be imaginative enough to plan far ahead of the needs. The Garner Administration is capably meeting such needs for progress. School Committee Thomas A. Banks, Chairman Paul Lassiter W. P. Knapp Lindberg Collins Sam Garris D. W. Sanders, Secretary Nord Hayes Melvin Starnes Larry Lancaster Earl Purser 22 ration Mrs. Madeline Glenn Secretary Mr. Green, Dean of Boys Mrs. Ives, Dean of Girls Mr Damel W Sanders Prmclpal Garner Hlgh School OFFICERS: Mlke Bennett, Presidentg Jean Banks, Vice- Presidentg Carol Pope, See- retaryg Billy Racek, Treas- LlI'G1" . Sophomore Members Student Senior Members Council Junior Members The Garner Student Cotmcil is the schoo1's only truly representative body of students. It is made up of one representa- tive and one alternate elected from each homeroom, and serves as a direct link be- tween the students and the administration. Mr . Green, Advisor Freshman Members alia? ' 5 ay iw fl V vs 2 Anne S. Farmer C. Elaine Pegram Helen L. Grippo B.A. B.A., M.A. B.A. University of North Carolina East Carolina College Baylor University anguage ,w,m,aa,y.' gawfi -' 'A Georgette S. Wehbie Feliz W. Ruiz Carey I. Stacy E1-Ahlia College Ph.D. B.A. Beirut, Lebanon University of Havana Coker College 26 1 1 IUINXKJI ' ra i ff 2 r f 5 asau if 'E is ,ge ' 1 KV K, Qi e ieer iw, Q JL w on ' fix 3 K Y Betty F. Maxwell Elsa A. Gaines Jo Ann Watkins B.A. B.A. B.S. University of Mississippi Mercer University East Carolina College Department Without the use of languages man's knowledge would consist only of the sum total of his own experiences. With them, how- ever, man is able to benefit from the thoughts and findings of others. Elsie M. Ives Virginia B. Jenkins B.A. B.S. Florida State University Auburn University 27 T, Y, x Y -mm A Arthur Bryant Helen P. Yeargan Paul Smith B.S. B.A. B.S. North Carolina State University Meredith College Campbell College as 'ng Science fm We We W, ,gg -L vim Anne H. Glassford Clara C. Roebuck B.S. B.S. Winthrop College East Carolina College 28 With the rapid acceleration of science in the first six de- cades of the Twentieth Century comes the demand that young people of this nation exert a c o n s c io u s effort to acquire scientific kn o wl e d g e through education. Science has played many vital roles in the raising of living standards, and the bet- terment of human life. U iz! i. 4 W K X Jessica L. Adams Charles A. Cochrane Thelma S. Matthews B.A. B.A. B.A., M.A. Meredith College High Point College East Carolina College athematio With an ever increasing need for engineers, mathematicians, and accountants, stu- dents must be offered more opportunities in high school to add to their knowledge of math- ematics. By providing more courses in mathematics, Garner gives its students a well- rounded curriculum to prepare them for the future. 4 Keith Neighbors Martha E. Sheppard Oscar P, Green B.S. B.A. B.S. North Carolina State University of North Carolina North Carolina State University at Greensboro University 29 im-fee? Kennon Jackson Margie P. Davis James H. Crumpler B.A. B.A. North Carolina State Campbell College Meredith College University Vocational and Wm ei Thomas C. Baucom Etra P. Wood Rae Furtado M.S. B.S., M.P.H. R.N. North Carolina State Meredith College Mary Elizabeth Hospital University North Carolina State University University of North Carolina. 30 The Vocational, Commer- cial, and Home Economics De- partments are laying the found- ation for a better future for their students. These p1 ograms pro- vide training for leadership and growth as a citizen. if 'I t at Catherine W. Meadows Martha B. Martin B.A. B.S. Peace College Alabama College East Carolina College Woman's College Business Education I , ' , ' Q 255. ff M fqw f A,,. Doris A. Nielson Sue L. Hendrickson Betty Sue Harris B.S. B.S. B.S. Bucknell University Pfeiffer College University of North Carolina University of South Carolina East Carolina College at Greensboro 31 -. -wifef-sq is K 4 , , W , M il 1,6464 'W 'Q if ! r Leo C. Kelly Eliza S. Matthews Delmar C. Blinson B.S. B.S. B.A. Campbell College North Carolina State Campbell College University f 2 5 VWTYT , '-,-,-- 4:7 A' -:K:Ez,'1'V' 'Ari' f: I ,,' ' 55' if' -f 1 .1 K' f g ,LZ , ,,,.. ,,,, 2 H . 1 ' ?wm,m w fzwwfffafvf:wdiwsbs ,n?if'?lZL1,,' gif QSM, ' " Mary L. Johnson John F. Albright B.A. B.S. University of South Carolina East Carolina College Mary Washington 32 We learn by studying the finding s and experiences of oth e r s . History, Economics, Civics, Sociology, and Geogra- phy all offer lessons useful in day-to-day living. Q , tilt' James Piver hysical ducation A'i'FTYm lfwwk gm t H it. 1, Sherrill H. Johnson B.S. Atlantic Christian College fs ,QW Nancy C. Zachary B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College Mu ic and rt Ted R. Rollins B.S., M.A. Wake Forest College East Carolina College , MQ B.S. East Carolina College M' W 7 T ,J Randall Elbel B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College 33 Patricia A. Hunter B.S. Concord College Guidance The work of the Guidance counselor includes arranging and rearranging sched- ules to fit the needs of students, helping with personal problems and providing seniors with information that aids them in choosing a college or career. Mrs. Fail's sound advice and untiring interest will be remem- bered with gratitude by everyone. LaVerne P. Fails B..S., M.A. Oklahoma State University George Peabody College University of Tennessee North Carolina State University Librar .. ' ' if 1 I v 5 W -fx 1 Elizabeth S. Buffaloe B.A. Catawba College Garner High School has developed an excellent library over the years. Not only do we have over eight thousand books, but We have numerous pamphlets, magazines, records and visual aids. A great deal of the credit for this goes to our school li- brarian, Mrs. Elizabeth Buffaloe. Under her direction the library provides assistance to both faculty members and students. 34 Staff 6 LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Jones, V. Shepard, W. Avery, and H. Horton We owe a debt of gratitude to our cafeteria and janitorial staffs. The cafeteria staff has, throughout the year, provided us with enjoyable well-planned meals. And the janitorial staff was responsible for the maintenance of a clean school. Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Mooneyham, Dietician. LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Archibald, C. Burnett, T. Rogers, A. Badger, R. Partin, E. Hillard, L. Stephens, A. Graves. 4' 0, MGH 0' ,, ,I c IEEE z J' :Q iw , Q00 Q, 'Un N 1, 3 Ky 1 J Z W Sf WORN Xl Q - ' ORG IZ T10 L, Ecole S K Mrs. S. Hendrickson, Business 7 A Sponsor, and Mr. L. Kelly, Ed- itorial Sponsor. Tommy Banks, Editor, and Jerri Burgess, Assistant Wayne Sexton, Business Manager, and Emily Morgan, Editor. Assistant Business Manager. EDITORIAL STAFF: Left to Right, L. Mangum, M. Sparrow, J. Burgess, T. Banks, B. Cramer, A. Weaver, and S. Drake. STANDING: M. Sharpe, I. Hicks, C. Stephens, D. Chester, K. Cochrane, M. McLaurin, H. Mitchiner, and Mr. L. Kelly, Sponsor. Staff Photographer Eddie Baggs, as he takes one of many pictures for this year's edition. "And they told me this was going to be a fun job." Through a forest of pictures, dummy sheets, masters, and cokes, the staff of the 1966 L'Ecole struggled from August 'til March to produce an annual that would live up to the expec- tations of its supporters. Many hours of toil, griping, snapping, and begging were required. Somehow, our task was finished, and we felt the low grades, loss of sleep and damaged nerves were well worth all our effort. BUSINESS STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Kelly, D. Bell, E. Morgan, W. Sexton, B. Jones, and M. Adams. STAND- ING: J. Banks and Mrs. S. Hendrickson, Sponsor. M.-.il ,, ,, 'M""" "-f M21 H Beta H 5' N 'fn 1 m4'fe,,e W., ,,,.,1-wr-2 5, ' LL 'Av ml I fi. 5 'K-A Mrs. L. Fails, Sponsorg and Lane Pearce, President. Senior and Junior Members 40 Club Sophomore Members The purpose ofthe Beta Club is to recognize those students who excel in scholarship, leader- ship, and character. Membership in this club is a fitting reward for those who achieve its high standards. Catherine Lassiter, Secretaryg Mac McLaurin, Vice-Pres- identg and Betty Fuquay, Treasurer. 41 Gavel Club Originally organized as a debating club, the Gavel Club program now includes extemporaneous speaking, oral inter- pretations, acting and related subjects. Proceeds from the club's annual three-act play production pays the expenses of sending members to Wake Forest for the North Carolina Speech Festival. Mrs. Watkins, President Drew Shirley, Miss Adams. Officers: Anne Weaver, Linda Wells, Maria ' Ruiz, Sherry Drake, Kenneth Wilson. 42 enrag The Renrag, Garner High School's student-published newspaper, is in its fourth year of continuing to provide an outlet for current news and student opin- ion. It prints all news articles which it feels to be of interest to the' entire school, besides encouraging student participation in the paper by providing aneditorial page for personal comment on controversial issues. Cathy Roberts, Ass't. Editor Mrs. Grippo, Advisor Terri Walton, Bus. Manager Linda Wells, Editor FIRST ROW: Irven Hicks, Ernie Felton, Dallie Bag- well, Johnny Bagwell. SEC- OND ROW: Krisan Coch- rane, Terri Walton, Cathy Ro b e rt s , Linda Mangum, Anne Weaver, Mary Yates, Linda Young. THIRD ROW: Becky Walton, Emily Mor- gan, Wayne Sexton, Billy Racek, Mark Harden, Tim E dward s, Grady Harper, Linda Wells, Sherry Drake. F.H.A. F.H.A. is a student organization that strives for better understanding in the family , the home, and the community. It gives future homemakers a chance to use the skills gained in home eco- nomics classes. f, me .. - MW-.. ,... MN 1, M we-Wwfs .. A',M,,. .,.-.WW-s l f f-"sf" ,.,...-- . C U.-.V 1 'Hb 1 ,1,.. 'J , . 5 w .gs K 1 ' L, , . 7 . I 1 9" ' ,mu - djs. ',?, gf ' . 1 gli- . 1 Mrs. Martin, Sponsor, Bobbie Cramer, President, Mrs. Meadows, Sponsor. Future Homemakers learn skills. s,mlzwf'1 .4 N ' Mari 2 wp-if f - ff Mrs. Meadows demonstrates sewing techniques. Gayle Ford, Vice-President, Maria Ruiz, Secretary Terri Walton, Treasurer. F F 7! 5 2 'E 5 is A l fx Q i E K 1 E F.T.A. -"'-I'-""-ir ,,,.............1 ,-,,,,,,,,,, OFFICERS Linda Mangum, Presidentg Betsy Jones, Vice-Presi- dentg Nancy Fuller, Secre- taryg and Frances Duncan, Treasurer. The F.T.A. offers valuable opportunities to those interested in the teaching profession. It enables students to gain practical experience by assisting members of the faculty. This organization also awards a scholarship to a deserving senior who plans to become a teacher. 11" "l"'?a:s' nur-- ww - - 1 -g - x. X .:, .s- : ' 1: :af , lx. , in :J . EQSES . A f r'?'5. ' ' gi,-J::' N-tg 46 G.A.A. The purpose of G.A.A. is to encourage participation in athletics among high school girls. The club stresses school spirit and good sportsmanship through such activities as intramural sports, officiating, and coaching. G.A.A. opens school store. 47 onogram Club The purpose of the Monogram Club is to re- ward students who have shown outstanding ath- letic ability. Any student who has lettered in one or more sports is eligible for membership. Mem- bers who have lettered twice are eligible to be- come recipients of the coveted monogram sweater. Steve Davis, Betsy Jones, David Daughtry. 48 Coach Rollins, sponsorg Officers: Percy Barbour, presidentg us Drivers FIRST ROW: W. Strickland, W. Sauls, P. Nobling, D. Bagwell, J. Wester, S. Woodall, J. Price, V. Blalock, S. Moore. SECOND ROW: R. Arbushitis, P. Sorrell, L. Nobling, J. Stevens, J. Hales, C. Hinton, P. Medlin, A. Alexander, W. Hicks, R. Wilson, E. Ryals, G. Eatmon, A. Stancil, P. Bagwell, S. Hicks, C. Stephenson, G. Hill, B. Randall, D. Stephenson, J. Sorrell, C. Sauls, P. Schultz. The task of driving a bus crowded full of children to and from school is an overwhelming responsibility which is taken on by our high .W school student-bus drivers. The title bus driver entails also, filling out bus reports, attending meetings, and keeping the buses clean. KJ' 1 Mr. Cochrane, who spends many hours daily supervising and maintaining a steady bus service to all students. 4 9 1 1 0 , 1531, 4 4, .kj F ,Quadra ms W Elvlitf ,A A af Sponsors Miss Stacy, Dr. Ruiz Spanish Club The purpose of the Spanish Club is to stimulate aninterest in Latin American countries, their cus- toms, their language, and literature. This year's Spanish Club has collected newspapers, and oper- atedabooth at the State Fair in order to take a trip to Mexico this summer. Officers: Doug Barrick, Maria Ruiz, David Glover, Dan Lowe President. French Club To further the student's knowledge of France and the French-speaking community is the recognized goal of the Garner French Club. By use of language, the customs and people become more familiar. In our shrink- ing world the former "common tongue" is still necessary for us as Americans. OFFICERS: Mrs. G. Wehbie, Sponsorg Boyd Cathy, Presidentg Doug Kath, Vice-Presidentg Rhonda Emory, Secretaryg and Debbie Hunter, Treasurer. 2nd Year French lst Year French arner High Though small in number, the Garner High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Elbel, made a good showing in the half-time shows and parades. A highlight of the year was participation in the Christmas pa- rade held in Raleigh, November 22. UU' g my -.faq -R h I 2, - ty ,Ng ...M e- X Q -- iv ,M W .HF -,Amr 4 "' W '1, ttliisail W 1 - -tt' .. t ' tt-t- fv' iri, . t iiif i ,e v , ' ' . el. 5 5 ' 'ffl K ' 'l 33 1 ntl lx ' ' ,il xr w Q 2 G' ff 'Xi my ll 3 1 X 5 5 L 6 ni gl all sg gm in l NFA 1M Q H4 X 1 K ,S as N Q X T if x GNN ,Y NX S WTR t' Q, Q is 'A Q. ' X xl f fy if M firi,t"l'x 4" and W :gig , get I VN K , wig X 3 ,wit A Skip Q K :A K N ff X t A ii' ,Q , X1 Nils 'Q iw' in fr W we X 3 EL +4 P wif- " X .Mi f 3 fl, it N X me iw? r rsh Q X X 5 A ,. S wif? . . Q Q . kg ks? : 1 1 i ,L ,' t .- ei. , ,, iss- K 55:44 , p . .pgs - 0 -5 J Til H 313 x K RWM Denise King, Drum Major Mr. Randall Elbel, Director 52 chool Band LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Thomas, J. Burgess, W. Jones, M. Morgan, F. Duncan, N. Fuller. , 'Sl U, ,,..,...,,,,W. ,,...f.,N vw- 1 ..,, l ,, .,,.,,.e5,, ,, www.. 7. ff ,.,. 'twf'fwfwasv,' ' . -I " ' wx Siwxzyw 1 : K' lf si? M fA T , ? COLOR GUARDS LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Jones, B. Bivens J Sanders, L. Parker, N. Merritt CHeadJ, Glidden, A. Weaver, P. Hall, S. Kelly. 'ky "'f 'QS "7IQQQ ,if . ff. , ,rr 5: ttf gl CHRISTMAS PARADE Q ,,. 425,-. r . -, t T.. t ll'r f i n .,, . l . , ay. ,gy , rf' W L L If-' f,-, L7'7 ai. fslf Y ,, , ll . 2 K, f-W. 53 , ,T .l.. Wt Daily practice always paid off FIRST ROW: M. Smith, S. Street, R. Stephens, T. Thompson, R. McLamb, H. Baucom, C. Myatt, J. Hobby, W. Hicks SECOND ROW: L. Stephenson, A. Dickerson, J. Atkins, L. Clark, D. Berry, R. Braswell, R. Dutton, R. Nobling, R Stephenson. THIRD ROW: R. Kennedy, C. Kirk, V. Sanderford, G. Harper, B. Wall, J. Nobling, P. Sauls, H. Carroll FOURTH ROW: R. Arbishitis, G. Wall, L. Nobling, P. Best, M. Ennis, Mr. Baucom. F.F.A. F.F.A. emphasizes the need for individual and group coopera- tion for the advancement of the agricultural vocations. Planting and harvesting techniques, car- pentry, and livestock care, are among the subjects taught to these boys. OFFICERS X SEATED: W. Hicks, R. Stephenson, P. Best. STANDING: R. Nobling, Mr. Bau- coni, Sponsor: V. Sanderford. 5 GW'-""' ii-' G1 I W . . , . .. 54 OFFICERS: W. Strick- land, K. Wooten, P. Medlin, J. Medlin, L. Hicks, M. Hix, and C. Hinton. Mr. J. Crumpler, Sponsor, Nick Harrison, State President. Bricklayers Bricklayers are members of the State Vocational Indus- trial Club. This year the club, under the direction of Mr. James Crumpler, built the new concession stand near the foot- ball field. For its spring project, the club landscaped the front courtyard. V.I.C.A. l OFFICERS: Marsha Shepherd, 2nd V.P.g Donald Bar- bour,Pres.g Janice Williams, Sec.g James Branch, lst SPOHSOTST MT- Jackson, MTS- Furtado V.P.g Barbara Holmes, Treas. V.I.C.A. provides on the job training for its members in areas of their choice. It en- ables them to acquire skills and technical in- formation. This year the V.I.C .A., under the direction of Mr. Ken Jackson and Mrs. Raye Furtado, sponsored a successful project to beautify the school and grounds. 56 D.E.C. . FRONT ROW: S.Woodal1, T. Byrd,S.Jordan, S.Wages,C. Dickerson, A. Snead, J. Rackley, S. Temple, J. Massengill. SECOND ROW: Mrs. M. Davis - Sponsor, B. Watson, D. Thompson, S. Dean, R. Parker, J. Massey, K. Parker,B. Dunham, F. Johnson, F. Mimms. THIRD ROW: W. Wattenbarger, J. Godwin, J. Blackmon, B. Langley, R. Shoe, R. Williams. The D.E .C .A. is made up of students in the Vocational Distributive Education Class. Its ultimate goals are to develop skills in human relations, to keep up with developments in indus- try and business, to stimulate professional growth, and to encourage high standards among stu- dents. ,..........w..-....,.. T 3 fgffifgg K T. Byrd, Assoc. Pres., S. Jordan, Historian, S. Wood- all, Vice-Pres., Mrs. M. Davis, Sponsor, J. Rackley, President, C. Dickerson, Secretary-Treasurer,W. Wattenbarger, Parlia- mentariang B. Langley, Re- porter. , 57 Library Club OFFICERS: Krisan Cochrane, Presidentg Charlene Stephenson, Cleo Sauls, Joan Sanders. The chief purpose of the Li- brary Club is the training of student librarians. In instills in its mem- bers an interest in the fimctions of a working library. Each year the club members organize projects and raise money to donate a gift to the school library. SEATED: Mrs. Bufialoe, sponsor, K. Cochrane, C. Stephenson, C. Sauls, J. Sanders, J. Kimbrell. STAND- ING: M. Pollard, D. Bell, P. Hall, A. Sitterson, J. Norris, J. Thompson, F. Barden, S. Drake, W. Sexton, J. Sorrell, P. Jones, D. Stephenson, T. Adams, C. Caison, R. Nobling. 58 lst Year Chorus Choral Chorus gives the participating student a chance to gain a greater knowledge of music and an opportuni- ty for practice and improvement of his vocal ability. Each year the chorus presents a Christmas concert and a spring concert for the public. Mr. Piver, leading the Advanced Chorus .Mrs Advanced Chorus 'ff as x'H, U Q f mm W ' NURTH 0' V+ 3' 9 isa WE 00 Q "Goh wi.. Z -' " ' 4 A " Q 7 T ' is I ' Q 4,77 ATHLETICS K x K ,. -ff - . .f -, A w A A,,.4 N, K kt K . -M we ,,-f '1 my in K Managers: Johnny Moore, Gary Roberts, Robert Ridoutt, Tri-Captains: Dwight Wall, David Daughtry, Ronnie Frankie Sandy, and Wayne House with team mascot. Roberts. Garne r Garne r Garne r Garne r Garne r Garne r Garne r Garne r Garne r Garne r 7 12 0 12 6 12 13 12 6 27 Football The Blue Rams left a memora- ble season for the members of G.H.S. An 8-1-1 season proved that the Rams worked in building a strong team. Hard work, determination, and an ever-expressed feeling of sportsmanship we re among the qual- ities of this years team. Senior Glenn Gullie Halfback David Daughtry Quarterback ALL-CONFERENCE ALL -EAST HONORABLE MENTION Dwight Wall Guard ALL -EAST SECOND TEAM Percy Barbour Guard 64 Players Johnny Wate rs Tackle - 10. Albert Bagwell End Dallie Bagwell End Nick Harrison Center Ronnie Roberts Kenneth Wilson Guard Halfback Billy Racek End 65 , . Rams In Action Garner High School launched its final year in Class 2-A competitionwithanon-conference 14-7 victory over 3-A Southern Durham. Both teams were a little sluggish as expected for the first game. The opening victory over the 3-A team brightened prospects for this year and future years when the school moves up to 3-A competition. David Daughtry's heroics provided the deciding factor in the second game of the season as Garner nipped Clayton 14-12 in an exciting game. Apex became the third team to fall to the Rams, who won 7-0 due to a brilliant goal line stand in the final minute. Garner defeated Selma 25-12 to remain unbeaten, and then shifted its sights to the Homecoming contestwith Millbrook. And with its finest show- ing of the year, the team defeated Millbrook 19-6 for its first victory over the Wildcats in three years. In a thriller, the Blue Rams made it six straight and took over first place in the conference witha 13-12 victory over Spunky Benson. The power of Steve Davis' foot provided the winning margin on a "point-after-touch- down" kick. The first blemish to the Rams record came from the hands of Wake Forest as the determined Red Devils fought to a 13-13 deadlock. But the following week, Garner, on the strength of Tommy Simmons' long runs, bounced back with a 14-12 victory over Smithfield in another close game. In their most impressive win of the season, the Rams readied them- selves for the game with Cary the following week by rolling over the helpless Fuquay Falcons 20-6. Gerry Beamon scored on the opening kickoff, and afterwards the visitors never came close. After this victory and through the following week, one of the most ex- tensive pep rallies inthe school's history was held to ready the boys for the important game with the rival White Imps. Garner met Cary on November 12 in agame that would decide the con- ference championship. The Rams fought hard to preserve their undefeated record but a stubborn Cary offense prevailed. The Rams lost 27-0 to close an excellent 8-1-1 record. Junior arsity 1:33 I.: 5 f 1, ,w f H ' f ,' ' 1 ,, L FIRST ROW: M. Davis, H. Morris, D. Riddle, P. Fleming. SECOND ROW: H. Watson, J. Robertson, B. Guy, D Jones, J. Dean. THIRD ROW: J. Sandy, B. Hensley, G. Johnson, P. Layton, C. W. Austin, W. Mingia. .wife-.5 y Under the supervision of Coach Sherrill Johnson, this year's Junior Varsity football team posted an undefeated season. These boys will inherit the responsibility of keeping Garner in the top of the conference. L V W 1 J if' .ati ..... Garner J Garner Garner -if, G arner Garner Ga I' ne I' sf.,-.Ef.3f,j,,,,:.fsi .M . agte, if Mt, g,1.wggtI-:glam as ff a gf ffifiszw'-'w:s1i.f 1 .fiLi59f'.: 7125 .3 '!'?:g',S3ft if 1 1V?l?V:9 Jfkf Sie 22t.:H2?..sn:8?3Qsu 13 20 1 Smithfield Chapel Hill Smithfield Henderson Smithfield Enloe 'tlt H. Watson, Coach Sherrill, Johnson P 'J 4 F16 mmg . 5flQ?iF.ZZQf1 ... V , -te... . X.. F, 0 0 M Junior High an as . sm .F ,Sz fri: .M g.fwzf..m,.w H... .. .,,. J 5 i..J5s,:g,gfQaf1:g.-2, ,W f. P? sw Garner Millbrook The Junior High football squad, .1 Garner Aycock t r a i n e d by Coach Henry Liles, y ragggyg Garner Fuquay posted an even record this season. Garner Martin The members of this team devel- Garner Daniels oped a fine sense of sportsmanship Garner Carroll and ability thatwill help them when , . . . 5 they become eligible for Varsity S football. KNEELING: L. Hales, Coach Henry Liles, J. Jones. FIRST ROW: B. Clayton, A. Medlin, G. McGee, P. Pleasants, R. Rowell, J. Jackson, B. Rackley, R. Barbour, K. Brantley, J. Nobling, J. Collier, manager. SECOND ROW: J. Watson, R. Peak, A. Justice, J. Stevens, D. Smith, J. Mullen, L. Ford, D. Pearson, J Duncan, T. McLamb. aaa L... .f,. ,ff, . We as -as .4 iftxfxvif ixgffigsz , , wiser Q V aa... .. .V 'ss ks. rw 't Qt f 9:am,, , 6 9 saflibkvikrsafvtm 24 tb M.. 'i1?'fz1r :fS Sgfsflm 'ss-sr V lflgftvev fwselkwffa I L E 3 if LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Smith, Terri Anderson, Co-Head, Anita Pearce, Carmen Royall, Sally Updegraif, Bobbie Cramer, Jean Banks, Co-Head, Betsy Jones. Varsity Cheerleaders Throughout the football and basketball seasons, the Varsity Cheerleaders worked long hours perfecting their skill, timing, and poise. The result was one of the best cheerleading squads in Garner's history. These girls generated enthusiasm and school spirit and served as an inspi- ration to the entire student body. F N 4 HALFTIME 1 AT HOMECOMING 1 l ,. ,reete ...,,, .. be .. e be r 1 , 8, . .iifffir ' , ,, WW' F? CO-HEADS: Jean Banks, Terri Anderson TOURNAMENT TIME FRONT ROW: Carolyn Martin Laura Beamon. MIDDLE ROW: Pat C o l v i n , Pam Stephenson BACK ROW: Betsy Hawkins, L i n ci a Knight, Betsy Jennette Retha Kelly. 7 Junior High Varsity Basketball The Garner High School basketball team closed out its final season in the Class 2-A di- vision in the finest fashion. The team, built on an adequate amount of returning experience, and the development of several new players, marched through twenty games undefeated for the first time in the school's history. Under the leader- ship of Coach Sherrill Johnson, in his third sea- son as head coach, the Rams then continued to coast through the Conference tournament and be- came the first team in this conference to be both regular season and post season tournament cham- pions for two consecutive years. After their third victory over arch rival Cary in the tournament finals, the Rams continued their bid to return to Winston-Salem in the District III Tournament with the optimistic hopes of the stu- dent body riding with them. Co-Captains Tommy Banks and Eddie Walters 33 KNEELING: T. Banks, Coach Johnson, E. Walters. STANDING: C. Whitt, M. Rand, D. Glover, D. Martin, D. Walker, B. Dail, S. Davis, C. W. Austin, D. Felton, J. Davis, B. Racek. 72 Coach Sherrill Johnson, outlining half -time strat- I :Annu egy. Manage rs: Robert Ridoutt, Sherrill Johnson, Jr . Doug grabs another rebound. Trainer Bill Moore gives Homecoming Queen a face - lift . Garner 56 Selma 31 Garner 73 North Johnston 65 Garne r 68 Fuquay 44 Garner 81 Wake Forest 56 Garner 80 Smithfield 65 Garner 84 Millbrook 46 Garne r 48 Cary 4 1 Garner 58 Apex 2 9 Garner 96 Clayton 50 Garne r 87 Fuquay 3 7 Garner 79 Selma 47 Garner 74 Benson 62 Garner 72 Smithfield 62 Garne r 80 Cary 61 Garner 68 Wake Forest 50 Garner 62 North Johnston 54 Garner 69 Benson 44 Garner 72 Millbrook 43 Garne r 70 Apex 5 5 Garner 104 Clayton 58 73 Big Steve cans two more for Garner Senior Players Eddie Walters Forward Bernard Dall Tommy Banks Guard ALL-CONFERENCE ALL-EAST Forward ALL-CONFERENCE ALL-EAST Billy Racek 74 David Glover Guard Forward 36' -2 vi 5, 1 V 63 , 5 W 3,14-:mi ala K sf Q Sv i if In 1' 1 1 'l' .I I H ., ,. 'Y . LLv.1 . 4 aesfnmumiitwst Junior ar ity STANDING: Coach Cagle, G. Beamon, D. Burchette, J. Brown, J. Jones, T. Denny, R. Coats, Manager C Ba1ley KNEELING: G. Peacock, L. Cook, J. Sandy, B. Guy, T. Collins, M. Liles. is--I 111 --nv M Under the supervision ofCoach Buddy Cagle, the Jun- , ior Varsity Basketball team hada fine 10-4 season. These boys showed that prospects are bright for future Garner ball teams. gee.-gg,ew1g42 gQ' s .miss - A - ' asf eff, my W, a n m A-ft., of .. +j1.-M5 .gt IW" ' 'ist' -1 5 --.1 wwf asain. tHif.,.zswf1Y W X 'X tx 5, , , .. 5 Y Q . , 5 , . 1, .fy giwimrg ,Q ,K S 5. M 5 , 1 , , 78 Jumm' H1511 . STANDING: J. Mullins, B. Whitaker, B. Walker, D. Smith, J. Atkins, R. Peak. KNEELING: G. Wall, B. Banks, J. Jackson, L. Hales . The Junior High team, coached by Henry Liles, put forth an ex- cellent effort this year. The man- ager was Wallace Johnsong the score-keeper was Joe MacLaurin. 3 P Q if-H-:'1,'J5fi 5ri-ilxzlxff-Wwffiifwii ,iffggz-hffw ts 'rms-fit wzffiff' :listenswef:2z:w'2Wxxfr-Afri? A -V wg: w2,1+-X , i.,,g,ft..,,f. Aww sew,-U P53 zzsyigyf-.c,g.f.,g L,-Vt... ,q,,,,.. go fr ,YQ fitqyffknt ,, NU. Y W mt G' V -,HRT 'Ky P XJ Q 1 4 3. ' X 5 .ivfiiti Wil? f L "YNY 3-'?il?"'!fi Wf'2EEEf"YlmS2?:.iI2 79 A ..lmfQm, W ., xx if iS?l'6Ya:!4HQ259!5z?5i3z 7? ma 'Q 5 iv Miki i N, KNEELING: S. Sanders, K. Peacock, B. Beaman, B. Thornton, D. Perry. STANDING: C. Lassiter, C. Campbell, K Shannon, J. Litton, L. Jones, M. Morgan, B. Guy, R. Auman, J. Price, S. Wilson, S. Racek, S. Woodall, P. McIntyre Coach Hunter. Varsity Girls Tri-Captains Lassiter, Price, McIntyre with Coach Hunter. The Garner Ramettes launched their 1965-66 season under the guidance of Miss Patricia Hunter. Our girls showed that a ball team can be inspired by something other than games won. The enthusiasm and spirit displayed by this team throughout the season can only leave the student body proud of these girls and their never ceasing efforts. MANAGERS: Karen Kirby, Sina Pitts, Deborah Britt. Senior Players Catherine Lassiter Forward 81 Janice Price Forward Pat McIntyre Center The Girls In Action The Agony and the Ecstas Y B dptt gpt orin 83 'If MGH X' U16 nm W "URN 9' Q. Q J' Q sq K In? 0 gf oo it r '2 A Q' 4' 5 S ' Q- w ' T' 1 V F ? V 3 ! 4 2 3 ? Q i i GLASSES I f . . I T . 5 . 1 . E 1 i W 1, E A '51-sin, W 4,.gV,v Jfq. H85 ,.. Nils, 1 Y ' Q f .-4615 4 'ENR Qgfj W! XL J,Ur,:r I V I A HES v.J-ffl v I .lim -f-UFSQQ A ' ,fir--if Q, fe? ' 'J' il ,A .7 1 , fa- 1 5, -- , QI-Q 4 .. -S 3 ,- kg .MM H wg, . ,V IQR 3, , President ' Artie Alexander Vice President Gerry Dowd Secretary Parker Rand , Y e Treasurer ' Steve Alexander MARION ARTHUR ALEXANDER, III FRANCES ANNE ALEXANDER STEVE PRYOR ALEXANDER MARTHA REBECCA ALFORD GLORIA LYNN ANDERSON TERESA LIV ANDERSON BRENDA DIANNE ADAMS J OHNNIE MAX ADAMS RHONDA FAYE ADAMS ROGER NELSON BALL THOMAS ALLEN BANKS, JR. DONALD RAY BARBOUR MIRIAM ROSE AYSCUE DALLIE LAWRENCE BAGWELL JOHNNY WAYNE BAGWELL PHYLLIS BRYAN BAGWELL WILLIAM ALBERT BAGWELL LINDA FAYE BAILEY PERCY LEWIS BARBOUR PATRICIA LYNN BAREFOOT BRENDA GAYLE BEAMON LARRY GRADY BELK DAVID BENNETT BELL, JR. MICHAEL NORMAN BENNETT JUNIUS EDWARD BLACKMON, J JAMES FLETCHER BOONE, JR. JAMES CLIFTON BRANCH JAMES MONROE BRASWELL PAUL BRIERLEY JOSEPH HERMAN BRITT MARY ELIZABETH BROOKS JOHN GREGORY BRYAN GERALDINE BURGESS GLENDA LORRAINE BUTTS RICHARD TYRONE BYRD SARAH MERLE CARTER LINDA KAYE CHILCOAT BUNNY LOU CLAYTON JOSEPH TIMOTHY COATS RUTH MERLE COATS KRISAN LEWIS COCHRANE GLENDA ANN COLLINS O VIRGINIA LEE CARROLL BOYD DALE CATHEY DEBORAH DARLENE CHESTER SHELBY GORDON DeJARNETTE DIANE LEE DENNING CAROLYN PATRICIA DICKERSON GRACE ELIZABETH CRAIG BARBARA KAY CRAMER JAMES DENNIS CROOM BERNARD EUGENE DAIL, JR DAVH3 ROGERS DAUGHTRY MARY JANE DEAN MARTHA JANE DONNELLY GERARD FURMAN DOWD, III SHEROLD ILENE DRAIE IDA FRANCES DUNCAN GAIL MARIE EATMON TIMOTHY WAYNE EDWARDS E RNEST EUGENE FE LTON SANDRA ELIZABETH FISH BETTY BYRD FUQUAY CHARLES DAVID GLOVER JAMES OLIVER GODWIN ASHLEY CARLTON GREEN CURTIS GLENDON GULLIE GERRY GWYNNE GUY JERRY WAYNE HALL FRANK MARK HARDEN, JR. GEORGE GRADY HARPER NICK RAY HARRISON, JR. JERRY MACK HICKS LARRY JACK HICKS SANDRA EARL HICKS MARVIN EUGENE HIX FAYE JUANITA HODGES BARBARA GAIL HOLMES BETTY KAYE HATHAWAY WILLIAM LEE HENDERSON HARVEY IRVEN HICKS MILDRED ANNE JOHNSON NELA PAGE JOHNSON ROBERT CARL JOHNSON MACON WAYNE HOUSE STEVE WARD HUNTER JAMES EDWARD JAY ALBERT DOUGLAS JENNETTE IRIS ANNE JOHNSON MARY ANNETTE JOHNSON BETSY CAROL JONES CAMELIA CATHERINE JONES JACQUELINE IRENE JONES WILLIAM PAUL JONES BARBARA SHARON JORDAN JAMES WINSTON KELLENBERGER LINDA CATHERINE KELLY BONNIE LOUISE KING BRUCE WAYNE KING JONN A MARIE IQNIAPP WILLIAM ARTHUR LANGLEY, JR. DATHERYN MARIE LASSITER 1 l W P CECELIA ALMA LILES DANIEL HATCHER LOWE LINDA CAROL MANGUM PATRICIA ANN MCINTYRE JULIE DEAN MCLEOD LONNIE JACKSON MEDLIN BETTY LOUISE METHENY FRANK ANDERSON MIMMS EUGENE HOKE MITCHINER J ERAL LESLIE MOONEYHAM EMILY MORGAN HERBERT CHARLES MORRIS PATRICIA ANN MEDLIN PAUL CLIFTON MEDLIN NANCY ADAMS MERRITT LINDA JO PAYLOR MICHAEL TERRY PEAK KIRBY LANE PEARCE RICHARD PAYNE MURRAY DONNA LEIGH NEWTON BARBARA ANN NICHOLS JOAN GAIL OGBURN KENNETH RAY PARKER LINDA DIANNE PARKER NANCY MARIE PENNINGER BARBARA ANITA PERRY JOAN KARON PIERCE JOHN MALCOLM POPE JANICE ROSE PRICE JERRY MILLER PRICE gg M IO2 J UDITH PRICE MARVIN WILLIAM RACEK WALTER JACKSON RACKLEY, II MARY PARKER RAND J UANITA RANSDALL DONALD LEWIS REAVES RONALD ODIS ROBERTS BETTY JO ROSS RICHARD LEON ROWELL MABLE ELAINE RYALS JOAN RUTH SANDERS FRANKLIN LEE SANDY ELMER WAYNE SEXTON MICHAEL ROGER SHARP MARSHA LYNN SHEPHERD ANDREW MYATT SHIRLEY ALEXA ROSE SITTERSON DONNA EVA SMITH J ONNIE MAE SATTERTHWAITE JAMES JUNIOR SCOTT TERESA ELIZABETH SELLS 4 ATRICIA ANN STEPHENS ORIS JEAN STEPHENSON AMES AUBRY STEPHENSON, JR. LINDA GRAY SMITH NANCY ANN SNEAD GEORGE EDWARD SOWARD MARY ANN SPARROW ANN LEE STANCIL CRATON GILMER STEPHENS, III 5 MARTHA CHARLINE STEPHENSON CHERYL DARLENE TEMPLE MARY GAIL THOMAS DANNY WADE THOMPSON JANTCE LYNN THOMPSON FRANCES YVONNE TILL ROBERT SHERWOOD TROXLER SALLY AILEEN TUCKER LARRY DWIGHT WALL EDWARD VAUGHN WALTERS, IV EEBEKAH SUE WALTON A TERRIANNE ALENE WALTON GUY MACON WATKJNS WAYNE LQLVERNE WATTENBARGER HENR1 ANNE WEAVER LINDA CAROL WELLS WYATT WARD WELLS, JR. JOHNNIE ALFRED WESTER KENNETH RANDALL WILSON HELEN PAULETTE WOOD STEPHEN RAY WOODALL KENNETH JOSEPH WOOTEN MARY CAROLYN YATES LINDA ELIZABETH YOUNG JANICE LEE WILLIAMS DIANE LEE WILLIAMSON KENNETH BRLAN WILSON 4wr'4""" n Memoriam mx L Nancy Elizabeth Moore 1948-1962 Who gave us so much? For eight long days and nine black Who asked nothing in return? nights. Who bestowed comfort in her very Then surrendered to God her lily touch? white hand These memories, like a shining light, To walk beside Him in a better will forever burn. land. Why, 'twas a laughing girl This child of happiness With twinkling eyes, Gave others only bliss. Heart so pure, This child of love Feelings undisguised, Belongs only with God above. Who bravely fought her fight for life Carol Kolb Scott 109 V I M,gy..N.,.ax,, V Q . u . ab YES X, EO ' , I OD W - ,, ' K W . Q ., - Y 'V ' A v .51 M5- UNIGR s President Jerry Davis Vice President Durwood Adams Secretary Judy Mbrgan . Treasurer Carleen Campbell Pat Barrow Ann Beasley Frances Berry Sue Bolton Dorothy Branch Deborah Britt Jane Britt Vicki Brooks Diane Burchette Frank Cahoon Carol Caison Carleen Campbell Durwood Adams Tony Adams Cris Allen Elaine Allen Frances Anderson Michael Anderson Judy Austin Ray Averette Lavonda Bagwell Robert Bailey Jean Banks Gene Barrington Bob Dunham Jimmy Eason Rhonda Emory Gayle Ford Jenny Franks Nancy Fuller Richard Funkhouserl Betsy Fuquay Susan Godwin Nancy Goodwin John Griffis Becky Hagemann Richard Chrisawn Sid Collins Bonnie Croom Ruth Croom Nancy Dale Doug Davis Jerry Davis Steve Davis Johnny Davison Donna Dean Steve Dean Ted Denny Pat Hall Dennis Hazel Bonnie Hicks Georgia Hill Marie Hill Clark Hinton Debby Hinton Jerry Hobby Brenda HolL Peggy Howell Debbie Hunter Clyde Hurst Douglas Jackson C raig J armen Dennis Jones Donna Jones Kay Jones Pat Jones Doug Kath Jane Kimbrell Linda King Freddy Kirks Bill Leagan Mitchell Liles Debbie Lynch Mary Macon Patsy Mann Doug Martin Gloria Martin Johnny Massey Janice Massingill Casey Matthews Rebecca Mayhew Tommy Maynard Danny McCul1en Sherry McGee Mac McLaurin Georgia Merritt Phil Mitchell Calvin Mitchiner Judy Morgan Mary Lou Murphy Ricky Page Dan Parker Rodney Parker Patricia Parrish Mark Partin George Peacock Sandra Racek Michael Rand Barbara Randell Worth Register Cathy Roberts Joe Robertson Maria Ruiz Vance Sanderford Cleo Sauls Brenda Shepherd J ea.n Shepherd Susan Shipp Andy Penny Billie Penny Timothy Perry Sina Pitts Deborah Pleasants Jimmy Pleasants Pat Pollack Brenda Pollard Butch Poole Lana Poole Carol Pope Linda Prior Harriet Sturges Thomas Sutton Joe Thomas Linda Troxler Carol Upchurch Linda Von Hagel Shelba Wages Elaine Wallace Gayle Ward Frances Watkins Billy Watson Guilford Watson Ray Simmons Brenda Smith Forrest Smith Joyce Smith Nancy Smith J o Ann Sorrell Roy Speight Linda Stancil Diane Stephenson Mike Stephenson Ronnie Stephenson William Strickland Harry Watson Glenn Weaver Marcie Webster Pete West Linda Whaley Mike Whitaker Debbie White Willie Whitley Brenda Williams Gary Williams Carolyn Williford Sherry Wilson Joe Winfield Brenda Womble Deborah Young Glenda Young Robert Young Familiar Scenes 'a SOPHOMORES President Buddy Gupton Vice ,President Joey Davis Secretary Polly Dill X i Treasurer Tim Lassiter Frank Barden Audie Barefoot Douglas Barrick Tommy Baucom Barbara Alexander Randy Alexander Robert Arbushitis Sue Atkinson Brenda Atwood C. W. Austin Karen Ayscue Diane Bagwell Charles Bailey Kaye Bailey Beverly Beaman Dorothy Beamon Gerry Beamon Ronnie Benson Faye Blanchard Ernest Bolton Marla Boone Connally Branch Steve Brantly Deborah Bridges Jane Brooks Becky Brown Donna Brown Frances Brown Jimmy Brown Lillie Brown Cynthia Bryan Barbara Buffaloe Deborah Buffalo Kathy Bullock Kay Bunn Donald Burchette Sue Carden Wanda Carroll Shelia Chappell Linwood Clark Kenneth Clements Cathy Coats -ix he Sherry Dean Polly Dill Melanie Ennis David Felton Mel Laura Fish Paula Fitch John Fo ste r Gail Fowler Kenneth Frazier Bonnie Frison Ronnie Coats Earl Coleman David Collins, Tim Collins Ruth Colvin Larry Cook Brenda Cooper Don Currin Shannon Davenport Joey Davis Patricia Davis Jimmy Dean Linda Hales Millard Hales Elbert Hall Judy Hall George Harper Jane Hawkins Bill Hensley Becky Hicks Marsha Hicks Becky Hildebrand Merle Hilderbrand Rodney Hilderbrand Pat Funkhouser Jackie Fuquay Rosa Garner Sandy Garner Candy Garris Rita Grady Buddy Gupton Barry Guy Shyrl Hagwood Jimmy Hales Lenora Hinton Stanley Holder Linda Holmes Jean Hooten Janet House Billy Huff Jo Ann Humphries Susan Inscoe Johnny Jay Deborah Jeffries Donna Johnson Joe Johnson Jerry Jones Marcia Kelly Sue Kelly Michele King Calvin Kirks Kendall Kirks Wanda Knott Annette Langdon Duke Martin Ralph Martin Janice Massey Barbara Matthews Freddie McDaniels Ken McKenzie Sarah Meadows Myra Medlin Terry Medlin Diane Mimms Tim Lassiter Phil Layton Alex Lee Kenneth Lee Jimmy Leveridge Cathy Liles J erilyn Litton Nancy Macon Sue Mangum Patsy Mann Janice Marcom David Martin Molly Ormond Belinda Parrish Mary Parrish Richard Parrish Karen Peacock James Reagan Anita Pearce Dale Penny Kathy Penny Sherron Perritt Dianna Perry Mike Pollard Wiley Mingia Barbara Mishue Marcia Morgan Howard Morris David Mount Greg Murray Bonnie Myers Brenda Nelms Larry Nobling Jack Norris Av-, Y- X iw , ' -4 1 Nell Price Steve Ray Sue Ray Sharon Reaves Donald Riddle Danny Rolison Carmen Royall Richard Royall Cathleen Rusnak Hilda Sanderford Sylvia Sanders Harriet Sandford Joe Sandy Marshal Sauls Kay Shannon Jane Shultz Peggy Shultz Johnny Simpson Albert Smith Brenda Smith Daryl Stephenson Robert Stephenson Doris Stevens Jerry Stevens Robert Stevens William Stevens Emile Stewart Theresa Stone Gayle Strickland Susan Stroud Jean Smith Marshall Smith Tommy Smith Ricky Snead Scarlet Spivey Kay Stanley Mary Ann Stanley Richard Stephens Barbara F. Stephenson Barbara J. Stephenson Becky Stephenson Becky Stephenson 47 Mickey Walters Yvonne Walton Faye Watson Gayle West Jimmy Wheeler Kay Whitaker Cole Whitt Dan Wilder Brenda Williams Gloria Williams Bill Winfield Jimmy Woffard Dale Woodard Doug Woolard Mary Kay Wooten Ellen Yeargan Johnnie Sullivan Dorothy Taylor Betty Thornton Harold Till Gail Tucker Cheryl Tutor Sally Updegraff Doug Walker Marsha Wall Jane Walters The joys of Detention Hall 129 "Do you boys have an extra bowl and spoon?" PHYS! CAL FIVIQFSS M175 UP 1 Q . AJ' Not again! 2, fe FRESHMEN .Nw . President Gary Roberts Vice 'President Betsy J ennette Secretary ' Libby Jones . y Treasurer Karen Kirby Billy Adams Deborah Adams Leonard Aiken Debbie Alexander Robert Alexander Cherry Allen G. G. Anderson Malcolm Anderson Phillip Anderson Wesley Anderson Johnny Atkins Rose Auman Sandra Autrey Pam Ayscue Jimmy Bagwell Doug Baker Kay Baldwin Bill Banks Frankie Barbour Gloria Barbour Rodney Barbour Sharon Barfield J anet Bass Peggy Batten Harry Baucom Laura Beaman Barbara Bege Mark Bell David Berry Mickey Best Becky Bivens Debbie Blackley Candance Blackmon Deborah Blackmon Donna Blalock Donna Blalock Donna Bordeaux Danny Bradley Kevin Brantley Ronald'Braswell David Brinkley Sylvia Brinkley Carl Brooks Emma Brooks Richard Brooks Debbie Broughten William Brown Lorraine Bryan Craig Bryant David Burchette Pamela Byerly Pete Caison Caroline Carroll Faye Carroll Haywood Carroll Nancy Carroll Tom Casley Kay Cathey Susan Chadwick Butch Choplin Mary Clark Barry Clayton Walter Clayton Sandra Clements Brenda Coats Kathy Coats Kathy Coats Sharon Coats Mike Cook Eddie Cooke Connie Cornell Clyde Cornell Billy Cornell Virginia Council Tommy Cox Ann Crawford Debbie Cullins Donna Dale Doug Dale Carolyn Daniels Mike Daughtry Mike Davis Mike Davis Gloria Dean .,.,yy , - Qs . 4 Gwen Dean Alan Dickerson Sheila Dixon Wanda Duke Johnny Duncan Roland Dutton Ricky Edwards Sarah Edwards Pat Eller Dennis Ennis Joey Everette Thomas Fann Glen Ferrell Paul Forbes Dale Franks Lynn Ford Andy Gill Janie Glover Angie Jordan Andy Gower Larry Gower Mike Green Charles Grey Pat Griffin Beverly Grissom Belinda Guy Paul Ingram Janet Hairr Debbie Hales Lynn Hales Ray Hales Patricia Hamm Linda Harris Ray Harris Peggy Harrison Don Heath Bobbie Hicks Dail Hicks Richard Hicks Diane Hilliard Linda Hildebrand Steve Hinton Randy Hinson Patricia Hix Rosemary Hoffman David Holcolb David Holden James Holland Linda Hollen Sandra Hollifield Iris Holt Ricky Honeycutt Jane Hooten Katrina Howell Diane Hunt Jerry Jackson Linda Jackson Betsy J ennette Cathy Johnson Gerald Johnson Jenny Johnson Chris Jones Jerry Jones John Jones Libby Jones Morris Jones Wanda Jones Connie Jordan David Jordan Kathy J oye Allen Justice Bobby Keith Cynthia Kellenberger Gail Kelly Ray. Kennedy Denise King Karen Kirby Linda Knight Janie Lassiter Paulette Lassiter Jerry Layton Jimmy Lee Joanne Lee Nancy Lee 2 Bradley Levi Carol Liles Phyllis Liles Ronnie Liles Jimmy Lucas Johnny Mac Kenneth Mangum Barbara Mansfield Carolyn Martin Carolyn Martin Jerry Massengill Nancy Massey Doris Mathews Donna Mayhew Pam McDonald Gary McGee Terry McLamb Joe Mc Laurin Alton Medlin Belinda Merritt Judy Mishue Donald Morrison Phyllis Moye Jimmy Mullen Charles Myatt Darryl Myers Linda Myrick Carolyn Nobling Jimmy Nobling Debbie Nordan Brenda Norris Jimmy Norris Glenda Overton Faye Parker Mary Parker Jimmy Parrish Grady Partin Lane Partin Ricky Peak Charlin Pedin Ricky Pearce Doug Pearson Lawrence Pendegraph Calvin Pendergrait Durwood Penny James Ernest Penny Stanley Penny Valeria Perry Brenda Phelps Aston Phillips Mary Phillips Phillip Pleasants David Pickard Barbara Poole Jo Ann Pope Linda Powell Billy Price Emily Price Wanda Prior Rita Pullen Vicki Purvis Billy Rackley Brenda Raper Linda Raynor Betty Reaves Jewel Regan Robert Ridoutt Thomas Rivers Gloria Robbins Gary Roberts Sue Rogers Bobby Ross Harold Rowe Timmy Rudd Phyllis Russ Melvin Rutledge Clarence Ryals Robert Sanderford Judy Sasler Donald Sawderritch Tommy Scott Bill Sears Wray Sheets Dana Shirley Jimmy Sills Cathey Silver Greg Simmons Delores Sims Bruce Smith Donnie Smith Gail Smith Jean Smith Phil Snead Dale Sorrell Ruth Sparrow Linda Speight Roger Stallings Lynn Stancil Glady Stanley Helen Stephens Pat Stephens Joyce Stephenson Larry Stephenson Jimmy Stevens Carolyn Stevenson Brenda Stone Steve Street Paul Synowiez Mary Tart Bradly Thomas Butch Thompson David Thompson Mike Thompson Patty Thompson Tommy Thompson Brenda Turner Rose Upchurch Theresa Utley Steve Von Hagel Benny Walker Judy Walker Bobbie Wall Glen Wall Glen Wall Dennis Wall Particia Walton David Wanchock Shirley Ward Susan Ward David Watkins Al Watson Jerry Watson Irving Wells Martha Wells Walter Wells Angie Wendlandt Ann West Mike West Dottie Weston Bruce Whitaker Lillian Whitfield Allen Williams Donna Williams Diane Willifred J ennette Williford Brenda Wilson Ronald Wilson Wayne Wilson Becky Womble Tommy Woodall Nell Woodard Brenda Wooten Donnie Young 'ff MGH Y C9 mm wr Q "Gum 9 Yu 5 bn In I 3 " 0 Q 1-,ian 0 A r A " P 4 Q 1 K W p ' , 1 r w x e . 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J err1 Patty Artie Alexander in if Q- Bennett Boyd Cathey SGH 'iwff lkx. ,Wi if if A.Al-31" Lal' 'Q D rake 1 S my Q is w 1 N 4 1 A l 1 4 MW ,Qs- Ms S! ,X - 'sf ,. wi 'ff in Ni' 24.15. wil S15 4 ' N, , 2 J ,sk U, 1 ! Lua 333: ,sf f .N ii??51f?Af Ziifsifn Q R Dan Lowe was Ee S Yate s 4 1 Anne Weaver Drew Shirley 1 1 Valedictorian A Tommy Banks Onthe basis of academic achievement for four years of high school, two seniors are chosen as Valedictorian and Salutatorian. The senior with the highest degree of excellence is Vale- dictorian. This year, Tommy Banks was selected for this honor, and Krisan Cochrane was se- lected as Salutatorian. Salutatorian Krisan Cochrane IS4 Q N Junior Marshals FIRST ROW: Carol Upchurch, Mac McLaurin, Mike Rand Brenda Shepard SECOND ROW Carol Pope, Guilford Watson, Jerry Davis, Butch Poole, Pat Barrow. THIRD ROW Nancy Fuller Sma Pitts Carol Caison Deborah Britt. Marshals are selected each year from the members of the Junior class. They are the four- teen students of that class who have maintained the highest average for the first two years of their high school careers. Their duties are to usher at assemblies of the student body, and at final Senior exercises. The Head Marshal has the highest average in the class, and the Co- head ranks second to him. Mike Rand, Head Marshalg Mac McLaurin, Co-head. 155 Miss Senior Class Jerri Burgess N- at X 1 ,R L NS ,Q 5.93 .-?':':: Miss Sophomore Class Anita Pearce xx f X Q as . . aria siso ssisls . o f kkrh 7:.: I V h- i K Miss Freshman Class Betsy J ennette Miss Junior Class Brenda Womble Homecoming Carol smiles as the anxious crowd awaits the crowning. - v- Q-, E, ' .,f- ff 2- f fn'-RL . , ' ig, , F , ,, .. ir MH WWWWWM gf sw A i JM,,., A, -- ,,--..n-.W .- -if ' -if me A A ' ,Q 3 - " ' ' I fi 2 . ,'1' 5 W 'JMU .. 25"-if ' V , V, f Q , V 26 ,, ' i A W V. V ,,',f x,, W V, ,i,i, ,A,,, , ,W A 5 ff H ,Q , QLV, Vyz, Q ,A L w ,, M i The majorettes per- form at halftime. 1965 Days of preparation and hard work were climaxed by the Homecoming game. Floats representing the efforts of the individual classes were parked at the head of the football field. The Sophomore entry, "Stomp the Wildcats," took first place honors--and the Rams did "stomp the Wildcats"! Garner broke a three-year jinx by defeating Millbrook, 19 to 6. The highlight of the half time activities was the crowning of the new Homecoming Queen, Seniory Linda Parker. 159 The Crowning The Kiss The Queen Z22QC'OI22II?y QZIQQI1? Linda Parker Seruor Representa.t1ve .N ,... X...,, , W..,-.M.,..W.tM -.-4 L pr' fi Q Q 1 ,W X 1 M ff wg qw. , . 'W' t P , ' , ,,.,, ,.....t.t....... . 1,-wg. S . A , -x me .J 1 'ri 5 ig as jk '31 . .xo A E' Q 1 is MAID OF HONOR Linda Knight Freshmen Representative 2 -is . 5 iii . 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W 55 -- Y IL-i?XTLf551I 'H V -' 1517 7 3 6' Q- ,gt HIGH C9 nm W ' NURTH 0' YQ Q 9' Un I Yr 0 Q ,ugh wi.. 0 it r A W " Q J 4' S D ERTIEMENT THE GARNER PROFESSIONAL FAMILY SORRELL BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY Wholesale or Retail Rough or Dressed LUMBER IS YOUR BEST BUY 7 miles s We buy Standing Timber Office Phone 772-0054 Residence 772-1184 outh of Raleigh, N. C., on HW y. 401 THE SENIOR PARENTS GARNER HARDWARE 107 Main St. Garner, N. C. Jim Collier, Owner U. S. P. O. Main St. Contract Station TOOT-N-TELL IT MINUTE BURGER Hwy. 70 West of Garner Raleigh, N. C. Hamburgers - Hot Dogs Owners - Mac Poole, Charles Poole KELLY AUTO SALES cmd KELLY TRUCK RENTAL "Move Yourself, Save 5096" 307 East Martin St. Raleigh Phone 832-6203 CHILDERS' GARAGE Tom Childers, Owner 4115 Old Garner Road Raleigh Phone 772-2925 Compliments of BELL'S DRIVE-IN 1301 Downtown Blvd. Raleigh Compliments of IDEAL BARBER SHOP Garner HARLAND R. ADAMS Real Estate Broker Phone 828-4225 Compliments of THE SENIOR CLASS ' A.3 l:4.,,: - ' -A f-'Ai 5:-'Z-1 ' ,P M in - fMBiili.l1mrnrinvnn'm.. How a stubborn Army man unknowingly helped start Pine State Creamery Company at if if BY JAMES D. KILGORE President, Pine State Creamery Co. Back during the frantic days of World War I, military bases were popping up throughout the country. In Raleigh, plans were being made for the establishment of Camp Polk on the western outskirts of the city. When it was ready, the Army began preparing to send men to train for the fighting in the trenches of France and Germany. Rather suddenly, however, the movement of men and equipment was halted. The commanding officer of the new base, it seems, had learned that Raleigh offered no source of pasteurized milk. No milk, no base, he said rather firmly. Despite the critical need for training bases, the Army agreed with the commanding officer. After considerable negotiation, a small group of dairy farmers joined with N. C. State College to set up a small Creamery on the college campus. Throughout the war, the facility provided badly- needed pasteurized milk to the military men. When the war ended, the same group of men decided to continue the enterprise as a private business. Under the direction of Mr. Alvin Reid, Pine State Creamery Company was established at 116 South Salisbury Street in Raleigh. In 1932, Dr. B. W. Kilgore became owner of the company and expanded its services into many other areas of the State. Each year has brought further expansion and more products and services from the company. As we plan for further growth and expansion, one can't help but wonder what would have hap- pened if it had not been for the stubbornness of that Army ofiicer more than four decades ago. A gage, CAROLINA UPHOLSTERERS Quality Work Reasonable Prices E. J. Buffalo, Jr., Manager 1722 South Saunders St. Phone 833-9319 O'D. SAULS BAR-B-Q AND ANTIQUES 8 miles south of Raleigh on 401 Telephone 772- 347 5 GARNER FLORIST HUDSONS Raleigh and Garner Delivery HARDWARE 8K GROCERY CO Mrs. Lucy Jones -- Owner Feed SL Seed Phone 772-2334 105 W. Main St. Garner Flowers for all Occasions Fancy Groceries Building Supplies Burning Paints Garner, N. C. 772-4141 CARPET LAND "Mr. Rug" In the Raleigh Area All work guaranteed Quality Carpets at Reasonable Prices Radio Equipped Trucks A Carpet for Every Taste Phone 833-9781 BURTON COATS CARPET SERVICE 509 Hillsborough St. Raleigh Compliments of BUTLER RADIO-TV SERVICE Old Garner Road Raleigh, N. C. JOHNSON REST HOME Home for the Aged Specializing in Tender Loving Care Convalescents-Paralytics Diabetics-Infirmed Nurse on Duty 24 Hours Doctors' Orders Carried Out Medication and Diet Excellent Food-Homelike Atmosphere Fayetteville Rd., 401-S. Phone 772-1875 Compliments of ONEAL'S ESSO Old Garner Road, Raleigh, N. C. ELEC. Us 166 OZ , 0 Q as - m f X ZIV: BETTER SCTRICPX' When you buy or build specify a Gold Medallion Home, and step The whole family will love it. In a Gold Medallion Home clean Homeless electricity keeps you warm and cooks your meals, heats the water and gives vou light for living. And it works in so many other ways to make housekeeping chores easier and living better. P.S. CPErL's rate for all-electric homes has been reduced four times in the last six years. Electric livina is cheaner than ever, Gold Medallion f up to the ioy of All-Electric living. QS- If 9 Q 6 Q 4 0 - So WAR .if rib, 'fha e'q7'loN MARY' CAROLINA POVVEP 3 LlGHT COINIIPANY All invealar-owned, lazpaying, publi: utility company FOREST HILLS BARBER SHOP - BEAUTY SHOP 4 Chairs Hours: 8 A.M.-7 P.M. W. O. Stephenson, Owner Glen Stephenson, Phillip Messer Phone 772-2855 Complete Beauty Service Open Nights by Appointment Operators: Conly Stephenson, Elsie Stephenson, Doris William Doris Crawford, Helen Lee Phone 772-3661 S9 R. W. MOORE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Phone 772-2121 P. o. Box 9431, Raleigh, N. C. Industrial Equipment FAULK PLUMBING CO. 111 Rand Road Garner, N. C. Phone 772-0373 WEAVER BROS. RAMBLER, INC 223 W. Lenoir St. CLOVERDALE MARKET Raleigh, N. C. Groceries Meats Rambler Old Garner Road Volvo Mercedes-Benz Raleigh, N. C. 3 'QW -f :ban ., .oosueaooooso 'f . .uf ff fun-eatin... ' -. '.. 3 - ' O -rf f ranks 0 'toolooolooasosocno nuonooosooecvaono GLAM-O-RAMA Compliments of MITCHINER TRUCKING Dry Cleaners COMPANY Route +141 Forest Hills Garner, N. C. Garner, N. C. 772-4848 FORD'S PRODUCE Compliments of Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables FINCH 'S Phone 833-7559 RESTAURANTS, INC. Raleigh, N. C. Farmer's Market Raleigh , BAGWELL'S COLLINS HOME SUPPLY DRIVE IN 110 East Main St. 401 South Garner Raleigh Compliments of Inside and Outside GARNER BARBER SHOP Service Main Street Garner We sell and service Dependable Dodges DODGE CITY VILLAGE OPTICIANS Suite 236 INC, Bryan Building Raleigh, N. C. 716 Downtown Boulevard Ralelgh Phone 828-2078 THE'-MA'S MITCHELL FUNERAL HOME Notions, Piece Goods Sportswear For Information Dial 833-8678 Main Street 600 St. Mary's at Johnson St. Garner Raleigh JOHNSON AND SON'S ROGERS OIL COMPANY Distributor TEXACQ Citgo Products P. O. Box 1227 1316 South Blount Street, Raleigh 4833 Fayetteville Rd. Koolmotor Oil Gasoline and Fuel Oils 772-1522 Phone 834-8445 pENNEY'5 JOHNSON-LAMBE CO. In Ra1eigh's Cameron Village "It pays to shop at Penney's.' J. C. Penney Co., Inc. "Sporting Goods Specialist" 322 S. Salisbury St. Raleigh BURNETTE SUPPLY Route 4+1 , Garner Groceries, Meats, Produce Auto Supplies, Building Supplies Farm Supplies Seed and Feed Notions Ice Sound Equipment for All Occasions Professional Tape and Disc Recording SOUND BY TAYLOR Claud D. Taylor 26 years experience P. O. Box 325, Garner, N. C OGBURN'S FLORIST Flowers for your every need Mrs. T. C. Ogburn Dial 772-2788 401 Aversboro Road Garner FURR'S BARBER SHOP 4507 Fayetteville Road Raleigh Phone 772-4747 SANDERS' FORD CITY Your House of Beautiful Fords 329 S. Blotmt St., Raleigh Phone 834-7301 Compliments of RALEIGH GOLF ASSOCIATION Maurice Brackett - Professional JONES INSURANCE AGENCY 118 East Main Street Garner, N. C. "Al1 forms of insurance CU RLEY'S HOME SUPPLY All Items for the Home T. O. CREECH 102 Main St. CONCRETE CONTRACTOR Garner, N. C. 772-0288 P. O. Box 144 Ray Harrison - Owner Garner, N. C. PLAYERS' RETREAT 105 Oberlin Road Raleigh, N. C. LEON BAREFOOT GENERAL CONTRACTOR 834-9302 Builder of Top Quality Homes Pizza to go Submarmes Aversboro Road Charcoal Grill Garner, N. C. BAGWELL'S ESSO SERVICE 506 Hillsboro St. Raleigh, N. C. 828-6306 BAGWELL FUEL OIL SERVICE 24 Hour Burner Service 506 Hillsboro st. Raleigh, N. C. Tel. 828-6306 Emmet Bagwell - Owner SENIOR GIRLS SERVICE CLUB GARNER HIGH SCHOOL COmp,,,,,M O. BRYAN INSURANCE AGENCY Jimmy Bryan HOWARI75 phone 772-4774 TASTEE-FREEZ , Fire, Auto, Casulty Insurance of . 101 Main Street Fuguay Springs Gamer W. B. WILLIAMS' FARM SUPPLIES Fancy Groceries Quality meats, Feed, Hardware Benson Highway Garner Phone 772-1460 J . O. CLIFTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Builder of Better and Finer Homes in Garner 772- 4466 phone : in Benson 894- 3780 BOB SAULS' BARBEQUE For the Best in Barbeque 2401 South Saunders St. Raleigh, N. C. Dick Frye - Owner, Manager GARNER WAYSIDE L.T.D. Furniture of Distinction P.O. Box 7 - Highway 70 Garner, N. C. ATKINSON OIL COMPANY Citgo Fuel Oil and Kerosene Prompt Delivery Garner Road Phone 772-4868 SURETY EXTERMINATING CO., INC. South Wilmington St. Raleigh Phone 834-6271 "Be sure with Surety" KING'S BARBER SHOP Inside King's Store "Business is good, so is our service" Two Barbers to Serve You Member of AMBBA "lt pays to look we1l." Hwy. 70-401 South CAPITAL TRAILER MARKET Home of Quality Mobile Homes 1432 S. Wilmington Street Phone 832-8894 Schult, Skyline, Ritz-Craft, Liberty L . SEALEY'S GULF SERVICE "The very best service in town" Road Service Brake Service Minor Repairs Muffler Service Motors Cleaned Wheel Balancing Washing, Waxing, Lubrication Tires and Batteries Complete Service U. S. Hwy. 70 East Garner, N. C. Phone 772-271 1 Compliments of NOWELL'S Clan Cameron Shop and Village Squire in Cameron Village and Downtown Raleigh GARNER HAIR STYLING SALON 1000 Garner Road Phone 772-4533 JUNIOR GIRLS SERVICE CLUB Compliments of SOPHOMORE GIRLS SERVICE CLUB f f GARNEJR HIGH GARNEIR HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF RALEIGH, N. C., INC. :'1-1 1'I: "" "1:' I I I x'.' ,,.,: 1.:Z Yolfre in the Pepsi generation! 2838 Wake Forest Road Raleigh, North Carolina 27604 Telephone 828-0391 I' v: ff fx evx xi 0 6 - 4535531 will I .L QQ- will III 1 er DRINK Bffigo Wlth CQK6 THE CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, INC. Raleigh, North Carolina X Highway 401 and 70 South Raleigh, N. C. Phone 833-8461 FOWLER'S NURSERY Fayetteville Road Raleigh, N. C. Dial 772-1217 Evergreens, Trees, Annuals, Bulbs, Perennials, and Roses MATTH EWS AND GENTRY Service Station Garage General Merchandise Highway 401 South Phone 772-2025 RALEIGH FLYING SERVICE Howard Jones, Jr., Owner .Flight Instructions .Charter -Sight Seeing Dial 834-0324 Old Municipal Airport ' h Hwy. 401 South Raleig RALEIGH SPRING AND BRAKE SERVICE "C lete Automatic omp Spring and Brake Service 1813 South Saunders St. Raleigh Phone 833-5766 AGRI SUPPLY COMPANY Highway 70 E., Garner, N. C. A. W. Partlo, Manager J. W. Clay, Assistant Manager BILL JONES TIRE SERVICE 200 Vandora Springs Road Garner, N. C. Quality Retreading B. F. Goodrich Tires Delco Batteries JARRELL PRINTING COMPANY Professional Printing Service with Economy 2909 Garner Road Raleigh, N. C. Phone 832- 48 60 CLOVERDALE BARBER SHOP Garner Road at Cloverdale Lloyd Fowler, Owner JOHNSON OIL COMPANY Oil Heats Best Home heating oils and burner service 18 years serving the Garner Area JEAN'S OF RALEIGH women's apparel 118 Fayetteville Street Raleigh and 420 Daniels Street Cameron Village CARLISLE MOBILE HOMES Boats Interstate Moving Travel Trailers Highway 401 - South Raleigh 772- l 61 l STEPHENSON'S CASH GROCERY Groceries, Meats, School Supplies 103 W. Main Street GARNER BEAUTY SALON 201 Main Street Call 772-4639 for Appointment Garner, N. C. W. E. GARRISON GRADING COMPANY BRYAN'S CITGO Grading sERvlcE STATION Eigjjiliig Garner, N. C. Noel Bryan, Owner Phone 833-1942 5280 Fayetteville Rd Raleigh, N. C. LLOYD'S DRUG STORE FOREST HILLS PHARMACY 107 Main Street 772-4414 Aversboro Roadg 772-4044 Gamer, N. C. Prescription Dept., 772-4737 WESTERNEER L.T.D. Bar-B-Q Pork, Fried Chicken, Steak Students and Their Families Welcome Highway 70 East at Garner MONTGOMERY-GREEN CO., INC. Food Service Equipment Raleigh, Kinston, Greensboro "Complete equipment for The preparation and serving of food." WAYNE'S ROLLERCADE 2010 Garner Road Raleigh, N. C. Telephone TE 4-6662 Open Week Nights 7:30 - 10:30 Saturday Afternoon 1 P.M. Tuesday Night is Family Night CLASS SCHEDULE Saturday 9 to 10 Beginners 10 to 11 Fundamentals of Skating 11 to 12 Intermediate Skaters 12 to 1 Advanced Skaters We Specialize in Fund Raising Parties for Schools, Churches, and Civic Organizations Rentals - Sales Compliments SHARPE'S , of a "Largest in the Southeast" Formal wear for men FRIEND Columbia, S. C. Raleigh, N. C. 707 Harden St. 503 Hillsboro St. Al 3-0461 Te 4-8804 HARDWARE MUTUAL INS. CO. OF THE CAROLINAS, INC. Home Office - Charlotte, N. C. David B. Bell - Resident Manager 772-2010 America' HOPPER PIANO CO. STORY 81 CLARK s Popular Console Ours Exclusive "Don't tell me you are in Detention Hall again!" K .2 HONORARY HOMEC OMING QUE EN 1 9 65 Bat Class The pressure of school. 185 S Senior Statistics ADAMS, BRENDA DIANE-F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Gavel Club 3,45 French Club 35 Intramurals 1. ADAMS, JOHNNIE MAX-Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 L'ECOLE Staff 45 Gavel Club 2,3,45 Band 1,25 Intramurals l,2,3. ADAMS, RHONDA FAY13-F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Spanish ciub 1,2. ALEXANDER, MARIONAUTHE R- Football 25 Bus Driver 3,45 Spanish Club 1,2,35 Class Officer 45 President 45 Homeroom Officer 1. ALEXANDER, FRANCES ANNE-Needham Broughton High School 1,2,35 F.H.A. 45 Choral Club 3,45 French Club 3. ALEXANDER, STEVE PRYOR-B-Team Football 25 B- Team Basketball 35 Baseball 3,45 RENRAG Staff 45 Choral Club 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Class Officer 45 Intra- murals 1,25 Monogram Club 3,4. ALFORD, MARTHA REBECCA-G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 2. ANDERSON, GLORIA LYNN-Page High School 1,2,35 History Club Best Citizen5 VICA 45 Intramurals 1,2,3. ANDERSON, TERESA LIV-Morris High School 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 RENRAG Staff 45 Gavel Club 3,45 Choral Club 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Chair- man 35 Cheerleader 1,45 Co-Head 4. AYSCUE, MIRIAM ROSE-Daniels Jr. High 15 F.H.A. 2,35 Choral Club 2. BAGWELL, DALLIE LAWRENCE- Football 3,45 "B" Team Basketball 35 Track 1,35 RENRAG Staff 45 Bus Driver 3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,2. BAGWELL, JOHNNY WAYNE - Football 15 Track 15 Baseball 2,3,45 RENRAG Staff 45 Spanish Club 1,25 In- tramurals 1,2,3. BAGWELL, PHYLLIS BRYAN- F,T.A, 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,45 Choral Club 25 Bus Driver 3,45 Spanish Club 1,2. BAGWELL, WILLIAM ALBERT-Football 3,45 Track 45 Choral Club 45 Intramurals 1,25 Monogram Club 4. BAILEY, ROBERT LOUIS-I.C.T. 3,4. BAILEY, LINDA FAYE-F.H.A. 15 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 D.E.C.A. 3. BALL, ROGER NELSON-F.F.A. 1,25 Bricklayers 3,45 VICA 45 Officer 4. BANKS, THOMASALLEN, JR,-Student Council 2,35 Of- ficer 2,35 Chief Marshal 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Co-Cap- tain 45 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 L'Ecole Staff 3,45 Editor 45 Renrag Staff 25 Assistant Business Manager 25 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 1,2,35 President 1,35 Home- room Officer 25 Honor Council 25 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Boys' State 35 P,T,A, Youth Council 25 Beta Club 2,3,45 Officer 35 Governor's School Nominee 25 Valedictorian 45 Mr. Garner High School 4. BARBOUR, DONALD RAY-F.F.A. 15 Marshal 35 V.I.C,A, 45 President 45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Beta Club 2,3,4. BARBOUR, PERCY LEWIS-Student Council 1,2,35 Foot- ball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,25 Class Officer 1,2,35 Homeroom 1,25 Choral Club 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Monogram Club 2,3,45 President 4. BAREFOOT, PATRICIA LYNN-F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2,35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Choral Club 3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Candy- striper of 1965-Wake Memorial Hospital. BARTON, MARYLEE-Attended other schools 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 35 Choral Club 15 Cheerleader 3. BEAMAN, BRENDA GAYLE-Student Council 25 G.A.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 15 Spanish Club 15 Intramurals l. BELK, LARRY GRADY- Track 1. BELL, DAVID BENNETT-Student Council 45 Golf 15 Jr.-Sr.Waiter 25 L'Ecole Staff 45 Library Club 45 Gavel Club 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer l,2,35 In- tramurals 1,2. BENNETT, MIKE NORMAN-Student Council 1,2,3,45 Of- ficer 3,45 President45 Marshal35 Choral Club 35 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 35 Boys' State 35 Eagle Scout. BLACIQVION, JUNIUS EDWARD, JR.-Track 15 spanish Club 1,2,35 D,E,C,A, 45 Intramurals 1,2. BOONE, JAMES FLETCHER, JR.-Intramurals 1,2. BRANCH, JAMES CLIFTON-Bus Driver 35 v.I.C.A. 45 Officer 4. BRASWE LL, JAMES MONROE-French Club 3,4. BRIERLY, PAUL-Needham Broughton 2,35 French Club 4, 1.c.T. 3. BRITT, JOSEPH HERMAN-Student Council 25 F.F.A. 15 Football 1,25 Track 15 Baseball 2,35 Renrag 25 V,I,C,A, 3,45 Intramurals 1. Senior Statistics BROOKS, MARY ELIZABETH-F.T.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 1,2, 3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Gavel Club 3,45 French Club 3,4. BRYAN, JOHN GREGoRY-Carr Jr. High 15 Durham High 2,35 Enioe High 3. BURGESS, GERALDINE-Student Council 15 F,T,A, 2,3,45 Officer 35 County Officer 35 F.H.A. 15 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 L'Ecole Staff 45 Assistant Editor 45 P.T,A, Youth Council 25 Gavel Club 45 Spanish Club 15 Majorette 1,2, 3,45 Band 1,25 Officer 25 Class Officer 1,3,45 Homeroom Officer 15 Homecoming Representative 1,2,35 Beta Club 2,3,45 Miss Senior Class 45 Miss Garner High School 4. BUTTS, c-LENDA LoRRA1NE-stuuehicouhciia F.H.A. 1,2,3. BYRD, RICHARD TYRONE-Spanish Club 15 D,E,C,A, 3,45 Officer 4. cARRoLL, VIRGINIA LEE-G.A.A. 2,35 Choral ciub 2,3,4. CARTER, SARAH MERLE-student Council 1,25 G.A.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 15 Gavel Club 15 Choral Club 25 Bus Driver 25 I.C.T. 3. CATHEY, BOYD DALE-Student Council 45 Officer 45 Marshal 35 Beta Club 2,3,45 Officer 45 Gavel Club 1,25 Debate Club 3,45 Officer 3,45 French Club 3,45 President 45 Class Officer 45 Boys' State 35 Eagle Scout. CHESTER, DEBORAH DARLENE-G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 1,25 L'Ecole Staff 45 Renrag Staff45 Choral Club 3,45 Spanish Club 1,2. CHILCOAT, LINDA KAYE-F.T.A. 3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Choral Club 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,2. CLAYTON, BUNNY LOU-G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 1,4. COATS, RUTH MERLE-F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Gavel Club 3,45 French Club 35 Intramurals 1. COATS, JOSEPH TIMOTHY-Football 1,25 Gavel Club 1,25 Choral Club 1,2,3,4. COCHRANE, KRISAN LEWIS-Student Council 25 F,T,A, 2,3,45 County Officer 35 Co-head Marshal 35 G,A,A, 15 F.H.A. 15 L'ECOLE Staff 45 RENRAG 45 Library3,4, President 45 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Service Club 2,3, Officer 35 Cheerleader 15 Girls' State 35 Beta Club 2,3,4. COLLINS, GLENDA ANN-F.H.A. 15 Library Club 2,35 V.I.C.A. 4. CRAIG, GRACE ELIZABETH-Student Council 35 F.H.A. 1,35 Gavel Club 3,45 French Club 3,4. CRAMER, BARBARA KAY- Student Council 1,2,45 F,T.A, 3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 2,3,4, President 45 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 L'ECOLE Staff 45 Choral Club 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Class Officer 15 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Head 15 Monogram Club 2,3,4. CROOM, JAMES DENNIS-Student Council 35 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 Spanish Club 1,2,35 Monogram Club 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3. DAIL, BERNARD EUGENE, JR.-Basketball 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Homecoming Representative 4. DAUGHTRY, DAVID ROGER-Student Council 1,25 Foot- ball 2,3,4, Co-captain 45 Track 1,2,3,45 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 Gavel Club 45 Choral Club 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Class Officer 1,2,35 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3: Intramurals 1,25 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Officer 4. DEAN, MARY JANE-G.A.A. 3, F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. DeJARNETTE, SHELBY JORDON-B-Team Football 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,2. DENNING, DIANE LEE-F.T.A. 3,45 G.A,A. 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,3,45 Gavel Club 3,45 Choral Club 45 Spanish Club 1,2,4. DICKERSON, CAROLYN PATRICIA-F.H.A. 1,2,35 D,E,C,A. 4, Officer 4. DONNELLY, MARTHA JANE-G.A.A.5 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,2. DOWD, GERALD FURMAN-Spanish Club 1,2,35 Class Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 25 Jr.-Sr. Co-chairman 35 Honor Council 35 Intramurals 1,2. DRAKE, SHEROLD ILENE-Civitan Youth Conference delegate 35 F,T,A, 1,2,35 F.H.A. 1,2,35 L'ECOLE Staff 45 RENRAG Staff 45 Library Club 45 Gavel Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 15 Jr.-Sr. General Co-chairman 35 Beta Club 2,35 Service Club 2,3,4, Officer 3. DUNCAN, IDA FRANCES-Student Council 1,25 F,T,A, 3,4, Officer45 F.H.A. 1,2,4, Officer 25 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 Library Club 45 Gavel Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,2, Officer 15 Majorette 1,2,3,4, Co-Head 35 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Chairman 35 Homecoming Repre- sentative 25 Miss Sophomore 25 Representative to Snow- ball Court 2. EDWARDS, TIMOTHY WAYNE-Renrag Staff 45 French Club 3,45 Officer 45 Intramurals 1,2,3. 187 Senior Statistics FELTON, ERNEST EUGENE-Football 35 Renrag Staff 45 Spanish Club 25 Intramurals 1,2,3. FISH, SANDRA ELIZABETH-Student Council 35 G.A.A. 2,35 F,H.A. 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 1. FUQUAY, BETTY BYRD-F.H.A. 25 Marshal 35 French Club 3,45 Class Officer 1. GLOVER, CHARLES DAVID-Student Council 45 Basket- ball 3,45 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,45 Homeroom Officer 25 Intramurals 1,25 Monogram 3,4. GODWIN, JAMES OLIVER-Cary Sr. High 1,25 F.F.A. 1,25 Bus Driver 15 D,E,C,A, 3,4. GREEN, ASHLEY CARLTON-Spanish Club 15 DECA 3,4. GULLIE, CURTIS GLENDON-Student Council 15 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Library Club 1,35 Choral Club 45 Monogram Club 4. GUY, GERRY GWYNNE-Student Council 15 F,T,A, 3,45 G,A,A, 2,3,45 Renrag Staff 35 Gavel Club 2,35 Choral Club 2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Intramurals 25 Ser- vice Club 2,3,4. HALL, JERRY WAYNE-Library Club 1,2,3. HARDEN, FRANK MARK, JR.-Football 1,25 Renrag Staff 45 spanish ciub 2. HARPER, GEORGE GRADY-Football 15 Renrag Staff 45 French Club 3,4. HARRIS, CARL PAUL-F.F.A. 15 Erickiayers z,3. HARRISON, NICK RAY, JR,-Student Council 45 F,T,A, 45 Football1,2,3,45 Baseball 35 Bricklayers 3,45 Presi- dent of State Club 35 Spanish Club 15 Homeroom Officer 3,45 Intramurals 15 Monogram Club 2,3,4. HATHAWAY, BETTY KAYE-F.H.A. 15 Choral Club 25 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramurals 15 Cheerleader 1,25 Co- Head 1. HENDERSON, WILLIAM LEE- HICKS, HARVEY IRVEN-Student Council 1,2,3,45 Foot- ball 1,25 Basketball 15 Track 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 L'Ecole Staff 45 Renrag Staff 3,45 Gavel Club 35 French Club 3,45 Pres. 35 Band 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Committee Chair- man 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. HICKS, JERRY MACK-Bricklayers 3,45 Officer 4. HICKS, LARRY JACK-Bricklayers 3,45 Spanish Club 1. HICKS, SANDRA EARL-F.T.A,3,45G.A,A, 2,3,45 F,H.A. 15 Gavel Club 2,35 Choral Club 25 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,2. HIX, MARVIN EUGENE-Football 35 Bricklayers 3,45 Officer 4. HOBBY, JERRY MICHAEL-F,F.A, 1,2,3,45 Erickiayers 3,4. HOLMES, BARBARA GAIL- Selina High School 1,25 F.H.A. 2,35 VICA 45 Officer 45 Intramurals 2. HOUSE, MACON WAYNE-Broughton2,35 ICT 2,35 Foot- ball Manager 4. HUNTER, STEVE WARD-F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 1,c,T, 3,4. ,-IARMAN, CRAIG DAWSON-Student Council 15 Track 1,2,35 Gavel Club 25 Choral Club 35 Spanish Club 15 ICT 45 Homeroom Officer 15 Football Manager 1. JENNETTE, ALBERT DOUGLAS-Student Council 1,2,35 Officer 35 Track 2,35 Co-Captain 35 Class Officer 1,25 Spanish Club 2. JOHNSON, MARY ANNETTE-G.A.A, 15 F,H.A. 15 Jr.- Sr. Waitress 25 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,25 Beta Club 2,3,4. JOHNSON, ROBERT CARL- Football 35 Spanish Club 15 DECA 45 Intramurals 2,35 Monogram Club 3. JOHNSON, IRIS ANNE-Student Council 2,3,45 GAA, 15 F,H.A. 1,2,3,45 Officer 2,35 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 Renrag Staff 25 Choral Club 45 Spanish Club 1,2. JONES, BETSY CAROL-F.T.A. 2,3,45 Officer 3,45 G,A,A, 1,25 F,H.A. 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 L'Ecole Staff 45 Choral Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Committee Co-Chairman 35 Intramurals 1,25 Cheer- leader 1,3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Officer 45 Girl's State 35 Miss L'Ecole 4. JONES, CAMELIA CATHERINE-Student Council 45 G.A,A, 15 F,H.A. 1,2,3,45 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 Spanish Club 15 Color Guard2,3,45 Co-Head 3,45 Cheerleader 1. JONES, JUNE JACQUELINE-Student Council3,45 G.A,A, 15 F,H.A. 15 Gavel Club 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Home- room Officer 35 Intramurals 1,2. JONES, WILLIAM PAUL-F.F.A. 15 Library Club 45 Homeroom Officer 1. JOHNSON, MILDRED ANNE-F,H.A. 1,2,35 1,c,T, 3. Senior Statistics JOHNSON, NELA PAGE-F.H.A. 1,2, VICA 4. JORDAN, BARBARA SHARON-G.A.A. 1, F.H.A,1,2, D.E.c.A. 3,4. KELLENBERCER, JAMES vvINsToN- Gavel Club 3, spanish ciub 1,2. KELLY, LYNDA CATHERINE- F.T.A, 2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, F.H.A. 1,2, L'ECOLE Staff 4, Choral Club 3,4, Officer 3, Spanish Club 1,2, Color Guard 2,3, CO-Head 3, Jr.-Sr. Chairman 3, Intramurals 1,2,3, Homeroom Officer 1,2,3, President1,3, Service Club 2,3,4, Officer 3,4. IGNG, BONNIE LOUISE-F.H.A. 2,3. KING, BRUCE WAYNE-F,F,A, 1,2, Bricklayers 3,4. KNAPP, DONNA MARIE-G.A.A. 1,2,3, F.H.A. 1,2,3, Gavel Club 3,4, Spanish Club 3,4. LANGLEY, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR.-F.T.A, 3,4, Track 2, Library Club 2,3, Gavel Club 2,3, Choral Club 3, Spanish Club 1, D.E.C.A. 4. LAssITER, CATHRYN MARIE-F.T.A. 4,G.A.A.1,2,3,4, F.H.A. 1,2, Marshals 3, Basketball 2,3,4, French Club 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3, Monogram Club 3,4, Beta Club 2,3,4, LILES, CECELIA ALMA-Fuquay High School 1, F.T.A. 3,4, F.H.A. 1,2, French Club 3,4, LILES, JOHNNY STEWART-VICA 3,4, LOWE, DANIEL HATCHER-Gavel Club 1, Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, President4, Beta Club 2,3,4, Marshal 3, Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Intramurals 1,2, Outstanding Senior 4. MANGUM, LINDA CAROL-F.T.A. 2,3,4, President 4, F,H,A.1,2,3, G.A.A. 1, FrenchClub 3,4, Officer 3, Stu- dent Council 2,4, Gavel Club .3, Marshal 3, Beta Club 2,3,4, Jr.-Sr. Chairman 3, RENRAG Staff 4, L'ECOLE Staff 4, Outstanding Senior 4. MCINTYRE, PATRICIA ANN-F.T.A. 3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Track 2, Gavel Club 1,2,3,4, French Club 3,4, Intramurals 1,2, Monogram Club 2,3,4, Civitan Youth Conference. McLEOD, JULIE DEAN-Student COuncil2, F,T,A, 2,3,4, G.A.A. 2,3, F.H.A. 2, Gavel Club 2,3, French Club 3, VICA 4. MEDLIN, LONNIE JACKSON-Bricklayers 3,4. MEDLIN, PATRICIA ANN-LeRoy Martin Jr. High 1, F.H.A. 1,2, Choral Club 3. MEDLIN, PAUL CLIFTON-Bricklayers 3,4, Bus Dri- vers 4. 9 MERRITT, NANCYADAMS-G.A.A. 1,2, F.H.A. 1, Choral Club 2, Spanish Club 1,2, Color Guard 3,4, Head 4, Class Officer 4, Intramurals 1,2,3, Cheerleaders 1, Homeroom Officer 1,2,4. METHENY, BETTY LOUISE-Choral Club 2,3, Spanish Club 1. MIMS, FRANK ANDERSON-F.F.A. 1,2, D.E.C.A. 3,4, MITCHNER, EUGENE HOKE-Student Ceuneii 1,2,3, of- ficer 2, Football 1,2, Basketball 1, Track 1, Jr.-Sr. Waiter 2, Jr.-Sr. General Chairman 3, L'Ecole Staff 4, Choral Club 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Band 1,2, Class Officer 1,2, President2, Homeroom Officer 1,2,3, Eagle Scout. MOONEYHAM, JERAL LESLIE-Gavel Club 4, Choral Club 2,3, French Club 3,4, Band 1,2. MORGAN, EMILY-F.T.A. 2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3, F.H.A. 1,2, Marshals 3, Beta Club 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2, L'Ecole Staff 4, Assistant Business Mana- ger 4, Renrag Staff2,4, Gavel Club 1,2,3,4, Choral Club 2,3, Spanish Club 1,2, French Club 3,4, Officer 4, Jr.- Sr. Chairman 3, Service Club 2,3, President 2,3, MORRIS, HERBERT CHARLE S-Marshals 3, Bus Drivers 3,4, French Club 3,4, MURRAY, RICHARD PAYNE-Merehei 3, spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Beta Club 2,3,4. NEWTON, DONNA LEIGH-G.A.A. 1, F.H.A. 1,2, French Club 2,3, NICHOLS, BARBARA ANN- Fieldale High School 1, Cho- ral Club 2,3. OOBURN, JOAN GAIL-F.H.A. 2,3. PARKER, KENNETH RAY-D.E.C.A. 3,4, Officer 3,4. PARKER, LINDA DIANNE- F.T.A, 2,3,4, Officer 4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, F.H.A. l,2,4, Basketball 1, Gavel Club 2, Color Guard 4, Intramurals 1,2, Homecoming Queen 4. PAYLOR, LINDA JO-Hugh Morson 1, Student Council 3, F.H.A. 2, Gavel Club 2,4, Choral Club 1, French Club 1,3, Intramurals 1, Honor Society 1. PEAK, MICHAL TERRY-Student Council 3, B-Team Basketball 3, Baseball 2, Gavel Club 3,4, Debate Club 3,4, President 3,4, French Club 2,3, Intramurals 2. PEARCE, KIRBY LANE-Marshal 3, Choral Club 3, Spanish Club 1,2,3, Beta Club 2,3,4, President 4. PENNINGER, NANCY MARIE-F.T.A. 1,2,3,4. PERRY, BARBARA ANITA-spanish Club 1,2,3, F.T,A. 3, VICA 4. Senior Statistics PIERCE, JOAN KARON-G.A.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 1,2,35 Gavel Club 1,2,35 Choral Club 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Home- room Officer 2,45 Service Club 2,3,4. POPE, JOHN MALCOLM-Student Council 1,2,45 Foot- ball 3,45 French Club 35 Intramurals 1. PRICE, JANICE ROSE-Student Council 45 G,A,A, 35 F.H.A. 25 Basketball 2,3,45 Choral Club 45 Intramurals 3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,4. PRICE, JERRY MILLER-Student Council 15 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Band 1,2. PRICE, JUDITH-Dallas, fN.C.J High School 1,25 F.T.A. 2,45 F.H.A. 1,45 Marshal 2,35 Latin Club 1,25 French Club 3,45 Officer 45 Civinettes 25 Beta Club 3,4. RACEK, MARVIN WILLIAM-Student Council 45 Officer 45 Football 1,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 Jr.-Sr. Chairman 35 Renrag Staff 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 35 Monogram Club 2,3,4. RACKLEY, WALTER JACKSON, III-D.E.C.A. 45 Pres- ident 45 Intramurals 2. RAND, MARY PARKER-Student Council 25 F,T,A, 2,45 Jr.-Sr. Waitress 25 Renrag Staff25 Gavel Club 15 Choral Club 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,25 French Club 3,45 Class Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Governor's School 2. RANSDALL, .IUANITA-chorai 2,45 spanish Club 1,2,3,4. REAVES, DONALD LEWIS-French Club 1,2. RHORA, IDA RUTH-Hamilton High School35 F.H.A. 2,35 Spanish Club 1,2. ROBERTS, RONALD ODIS-Football 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Baseball 2,3,45 French Club 35 Homeroom Officer 45 Jr.-Sr. Co-Chairman 35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Monogram Club 2,3,4. ROSS, BETTYJO-F.H.A. 15 Jr.-Sr.Waitress 25 Renrag Staff 25 Gavel Club 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Homeroom Officer 15 Debate Club 4. RYALS, ELAINE MABLE-F.T.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,35 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Officer 35 Jr.-Sr.Waitress 25 Gavel Club 2,35 Choral Club 45 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Jr.-Sr. Chairman 35 Intramurals 1. SANDERS, JOAN RUTH-Daniels Jr. High School 15 Stu- dent C0unCil1,2,35 F,T,A, 2,3,45 G.A.A. 25 F.H.A. 2,3,45 Officer 45 County Officer 45 Renrag Staff 25 Library Club 3,45 Officer 45 Gavel Club 2,3,45 Officer 25 French Club 3,45 Color Guards 3,45 Homeroom Officer 152,35 Jr.-Sr. Chairman 3. SANDY, FRANKLIN LEE-Spanish Club 1,25 Athletics Manager l,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Monogram Club 2,3,4. 190 SATTERTHWAITE, JONNIE MAE-F.H.A. 1,2,3. SELLS, TERESA-F.H.A. 1,2,3. SEXTON, ELMER WAYNE-Student Council 1,25 Marshal 35 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 L'ECOLE Staff 3,45 Business Man- ager 45 Renrag Staff45 Library Club 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 2,35 Jr.-Sr. Chairman 35 Intramurals 1,25 Beta Club 2,3,4. SHARP, MICHAEL ROGER-L'ECOLE Staff 45 Spanish Club 1,2. SHEPHERD, MARSHA LYNN-G.A,A, 1,2,35 officer 2,35 President 45 Basketball 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,25 Intra- murals 1,2,35 Monogram Club 2,3,4. SHIRLEY, ANDREW MYATT-Student Council 25 Gavel Club 2,3,45 President 4. SITTERSON, ALEXA ROSE-F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 1,2,35 F.H.A. 1,25 Library Club 1,2,3,45 Gavel Club 1,2,3,45 Choral Club 25 Spanish Club 1,25 Service Club 2,3,4. SMITH, DONNA EVA-F.T.A. 2,3,45 F,H,A, 15 Gavel ciub 2,3,45 spanish Club 1,2,3,4. SMITH, LINDA GRAY-F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 spanish ciub 1. SNEAD, NANCY ANN-G.A.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 15 DECA 45 Intramurals 152. SOWARD, GEORGE EDWARD-Student Council2,35 Foot- ball 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Track 35 French Club 35 Pres- ident 35 Band 1,25 Homeroom Officer 2,35 Intramurals 2,35 Monogram Club 35 Eagle Scout. SPARROW, MARY ANNE-Boone Trail High School 15 Student Council3,45 F,T,A, 2,35 Officer 35 County Officer 35 F.H.A. 1,25 Basketball 15 L'ECOLE Staff 45 Choral Club 25 Beta Club 2,3. SPEIGHT, RoY LEE-student Council 35 I.C,T, 45 Intra- murals 1,2. STANCIL, ANNE LEE-G.A.A. 1,25 F,H,A, 1,25 Choral Club 2,35 Bus Driver 45 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Intra- murals 1,2. STEPHENS, CRATON GILMER, III-Student Council 45 Track 2,3,45 L'ECOLE Staff45 Gavel Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Monogram Club 45 Eagle Scout. STEPHENS, LINDA FAYE-F.H.A. 152,35 vIcA 4. STEPHENS, PATRICIA ANN-F.H.A. 1,2. STEPHENSON, MARTHA CHARLENE-G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 15 Library Club 3,45 Officer 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Intra- murals 1. STEPHENSON, DORIS JEAN-F.H.A. 1,2,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramurals 1. Senior Statistics STEPHENSON, JAMES AUBREY, JR.-Football 15 Bas- ketball 15 Choral Club 45 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 1. TEMPLE, SHERYLE DARLENE-F.H,A,15 Choral Club 2,35 DECA 45 Homeroom Officer 1,2. THOMAS, MARY GAIL-F.T.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 15 Spanish Club 15 Majorettes 1,2,3,45 Head 35 Intramu- rals 1. THOMAS, STEVEN NEIL-Student Council 15 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Track 15 Baseball 15 Library Club 1,25 I.C,T, 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 15 Captain Jr. High Football. THOMPSON, DANNY WADE-DECA 3,4. THOMPSON, DONALD RAY-Track 1, Gavel Club 1,25 French ciub 3,45 DECA 3. THOMPSON, JANICE LYNN-F.H.A. 25 Library Club 4. TILL, FRANCES YVONNE-F.H.A. 25 Choral Club 3. TROXLER, ROBERT SHERWOOD-"B" Team Basketball 35 Choral Club 2,3,45 French Club 3,4. TUCKER, SALLY AILEEN-New Hanover High School 2,35 F.H.A. 2,3. WALL, LARRY DWIGHT-Student Council 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Tri-Captain 45 Basketball 15 Track 15 Baseball 35 French Club 35 Intramurals 2,35 Monogram Club 3,4. WALTERS, EDWARD VAUGHN-Student Council 35 Foot- ball 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Co-Captain 45 Track 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 15 Monogram Club 2,3,4. WALTON, REBECCA SUE-Student Council1,25 F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Renrag Staff 45 Gavel Club 3,45 Choral Club 2,35 Spanish Club 1,25 Class Officer 2,35 Homeroom Officer 35 Intramurals 25 Snowball Repre- sentative 25 Girls Service Club 2,3. WALTON, TERRIANNE ALENE-F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 1,2, 3,45 Officer 3,45 Renrag Staff 45 Business Manager5 French Club 3,45 Homeroom Officer 3. WATKINS, GUY MACON-Coats High School 1,25 Student Council 1,25 F,F,A, 1,25 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 15 Jr.-Sr. Waiter 25 French Club 3,45 Home- room Officer 1,2,45 Intramurals 3,45 Monogram Club 2. WATTENBARGER, WAYNE LA VERNE-Lafayette High 1,25 Baseball 15 Track 15 French Club 35 Officer 35 DECA 45 Officer5 Intramurals 2. WEAVER, HENRI ANNE-F.T.A. 45 F.H.A. 1,25 L'EcoLE Staff 45 Renrag Staff 1,2,45 Library Club 2,35 Gavel Club 1,2,3,45 Officer 2,45 Debate Club 3,45 Officer 45 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Color Guard 3,45 Girls State 3. WELLS, LINDA CAROL-F.T.A. 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,25 Jr.- Sr. Waitress 25 Renrag Staff 1,2,35 Assistant Editor 35 Editor-in-Chief 45 Library Club 1,2,35 Gavel Club l,2, 3,45 Officer 2,3,45 Choral Club 25 Spanish Club 1,2,35 Majorettes 1,2,35 Co-Head 35 Class Officer 15 Home- room Officer 25 Jr.-Sr. Co-Chairman 35 Intramurals 15 Garner Representative to National Council of English Teachers. WELLS, WYATT WARD-Football 25 Track 1,35 Spanish Club 1,25 Homeroom Officer 25 Intramurals l,2. WESTER, JOHNNIE ALFRED-Angier High 1,25 F.T.A. 1,25 F,F,A, 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Bus Driver 3,45 French Club 35 Class Officer 2. WILLIAMS, JANICE LEE-F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 15 Choral Club 25 I,C,T. 3,45 Officer 45 Intramurals 1. WILLIAMS, ROBERT PHILLIP-Student Council35 Foot- ball 25 Spanish Club 1,25 DECA 45 Intramurals 1,2. WILLIAMS, RONNIE STEPHEN-Student Council 15 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 1,2. WILLIAMS, RONNIE WAYNE-Bricklayers 2,3. WILLIAMSON, DIANE-F.H.A. 1,25 Officer 1,25 Gavel Club 35 Homeroom Officer 2. WILSON, IQINNETH BRYAN-F.T.A. 45 Football B-Team 2,35 Varsity 45 Golf 1,25 Gavel Club 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Monogram Club 2,3,4. Woon, HELEN PAULETTE-F.H.A. 1,25 French Club 3. WOODALL, STEPHEN RAY-Bus Driver 2,3,45 DECA 45 Intramurals 1. WOOTEN, KENNETH JOSEPH-F,F,A,25 Bricklayers 2. YATES, MARY CAROLYN-Newton-Conover High School 2,35 F.T.A. 45 Renrag Staff 4. YOUNG, LINDA ELIZABETH-Josephus Daniels J r. High 15 Needham Broughton High School 25 Student Council 45 F.T.A. 45 F.H.A. 45 Renrag Staff 45 French Club 45 Mespah Devotional Club 3. Editoris Note Publishing any yearbook is a difficulttask. The 1966 L'ECOLE was no exception. Only with the co-operation of a coimtless number of individuals, did this yearbook finally become a reality. It is only proper for me to here recognize a few of the many people who contributed to the pub- lication of the 1966 L'ECOLE . . . The members of my staff, for their never-ceasing spirit of enthusiasm and constant drive, for their persistence when the work seemed most difficult. Many Thanks to Wayne Sexton, an efficient working companion, and excellent Business Manager, and to Mrs. Hendrickson for her help with the business staff. Mr. Sanders and the faculty for their co-operation and patience through many class inter- ruptions. A very special note of appreciation to the members of the faculty who had the burden of choosing outstanding seniors. The many members of the student body not on the staff who assisted greatly by offering their time and talents to make posters, identify pictures, and give helpful suggestions. The business firms and people of the community for their support and encouragement offered through the buying of advertisements. Thanks to those parents who permitted the staff to conduct many lengthy meetings in their homes, to my parents for their understanding and tolerance. Last, but by no means least, I would like to offer my sincerest gratitude to Jerri Burgess, my assistant editor, and Mr. Leo Kelly, advisor, for their patience, many helpful suggestions, and countless words of encouragement. Without them the task would have been insurmountable. The 1966 L'ECOLE is a publication of the Senior Class for students of Garner High School. If it is acceptable to the student body, then we, the staff, have been successful in our efforts. 192 I N w-vfn ,H X X f I w w X X 1 X N


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