Gibsonville High School - Yell O Jak Yearbook (Gibsonville, NC)

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m 4 4 ' , for Reference Not to be takers from this library r o 6 $ 1 ’• • , j, As seen by Myra Bailey, Editor Johnie Ingle, Associate Editor Pansy Livengood, Advisor 3 STARTING WITH . . . Assemblies are an important part of our school life. Cafeteria help perform a big ser- vice and give us energy for afternoon classes. DEDICATION This year the class of 1965 wishes to look back over its past four years in high school in keeping with our theme, From A to Z. In doing so, all of us can single out one person who is really tops in everything. This man is not only an excellent teacher, but also he is always ready to help out with anything about the school, or otherwise, with which we might need help. For these reasons, as well as for his unbounding sense of humor, we, the annual staff of 1965, sincerely dedicate this, our 1965 edition of the Yell-O-Jak, gratefully to Mr. Ted Bowen. |L,. ' jr V I H 1 (! ■ ' .■ Ip V _ k Jf vll li % IJPtel Homecoming: a big game, an exciting game, and plenty of people. Industrial arts are enjoyed by many students. Janitors keep our building clean and neat. 10 Musical programs of excellent quality originate here. Keep up to date on the facts of life by taking family living. Learning progresses through the aid of films in physics. . . . HALFWAY AT Neutrality has its values. Other than getting your references, your application is complete. Play practice everyday at 6:30? Oh, no! j j Quality teams have given us many fine trophies. Regardless of the amount of study, it ' s still " another day, another F. " SAT scores are compared by two Seniors. Term papers are so much fun! Usual habitat after 3:16. 1 4 " Victory! Winning play by the Jackets ! Victory! That ' s our cry ! " + Y =frustration! A school year is a happy conglomerate of people, places, and events, good and bad. It contains cold mornings, irate teachers, ill - prepared homework, and exams. For- tunately, it is also blessed with warm fellow- ship, humorous situations, basketball vic- tories, and a joy in the realization of worth- while accomplishments. All of these things are parts of an educational process, for edu- cation is the general molding of mind and personality by everyday experiences. It is this broad scope of experiences that the 1965 YELL-O-JAK seeks to mirror in A through Z at Gibsonville High School. 17 Don Bateman, School Photographer Administration and Faculty 20 Activities 71 Classes " I pledge allegiance ... " is a traditional beginning for Friday ' s assembly. 19 ' ■ Mr. Irie Leonard, Principal 20 Mrs. Thelma Moize, Secretary ESSENTIAL TO G.H.S. AND ITS SUCCESS The following men are members of the Gibsonville School Committee: Mr. trie Leonard, Mr. Charles Weisner, Mr. Franklin Teague, Mr. Glenn Fogleman, Mr. Edsel Morgan, and Mr. C. A. Wharton. 21 FACULTY ADVISES SERVICE MR. THEODORE BOWEN teaches math and indus- trial arts ... is advisor to the Student Council and Associated Craftsman Club . . . has attended UNC-G . . . has an A.B. in math from Atlantic Christian College ... is the Safety Chairman and " Mr. Fix-It.” MR. ROY B. CLAYTON, JR. teaches biology, geo- graphy, health and physical education . . .sponsors the Monogram Club and Bus Club . . . coaches foot- ball and basketball . . . attended Catawba College where he was a member of the basketball team, being co-captain his Senior year . . . says " Good Grannies in the Morning " . . . teaches driver edu- cation. MISS IRMA DANTZLER, " Miss D, " is guidance counselor and teaches civics and health . . . enjoys Dr. Pepper, sewing, the three major sports, and working with teen-agers . . . attended Winthrop College and received M.A. in guidance from West- ern Carolina College . . . sponsors the cheerlead- ers and the Halloween Carnival and Homecoming. MRS. NELL GERRINGER is the librarian ... sponsors the Library Club . . . enjoys food, the beach, watching TV, and motorcycle riding . . . dislikes ill-mannered students . . . stayed at home this past summer . . . is the audio-visual co-ordi- nator for the school ... is active in church work . . . attended UNC-G. MRS. KATE HOSKINS teaches home economics and family living . . . enjoys cooking, music, eat- ing desserts, and hiking . . . was on the Dean ' s List, Square Circle, and Westminster Fellowship Council in college . . . sponsors FHA . . . moved to Elon this past summer . . . wants to travel and do graduate work . . . attended UNC-G. MRS. MARY ANN LANE teaches typing and book- keeping . . . enjoys cooking, playing tennis, and taking moving pictures of her family ... is Quill and Scroll sponsor . . . was on the annual staff and in Gamma Alpha in college . . . has two young chil- dren . . . attended UNC-G. 22 AND ACADEMIC CLUBS MISS PANSY LIVENGOOD t e a c h e s French and English . . . sponsors the annual . . . graduated with honors from High Point College where she was President of FTA, amember of the Scholastic Honor Society, and the annual staff . . . directs May Day, the Miss GHS contest, and the Senior play . . . has M.E. in guidance from UNC-CH. MRS. A. N. PRIMM teaches social studies and Eng- lish . . . likes interior decorating, collecting sea- shells and Indian artifacts, art, and music . . . sponsors FTA and Glee Club . . . attended High Point College, UNC-CH, and UNC-R . . . her hus- band is principal at Western. MRS. MARJORIE RAINEY teaches English . . . likes sports of all kinds . . . dislikes cheating or disrespect . . . directs Junior Play . . . studied Spanish and English at Gardner-Webb and UNC- CH . . . attended Elon College this past summer and worked at a swimming pool . . . her husband coaches at Western. MR. E. THOMAS SUTHERLIN teaches physics, biology, and math . . . was on the Un. of Miami tennis team, was the table-tennis champion . . . sponsors the Science Club . . . attended Un. of Miami, Un. of Cinn., Randolph Macon, and got an M.E. from UNC-CH . . . enjoys playing sports. MR. JESSE WARRICK teaches math . . . enjoys reading, football, debates, and raising Beagle hounds . . . assists Student Council . . . attended Wake Forest College this past summer . . . studied business at Elon and math at East Carolina Col- lege. MRS. R. H. WYNNE teaches English, speech, and developmental reading . . . likes anything chocolate and trying new approaches to interest students . . . sponsors the Beta Club . . . attended Un. of Illinois . . . majored in English at UNC-G . . . was assist- ant to the French professor and assistant cheer- leader. 23 Believe it or not, teachers must al so eat to survive. Mr. B. has effectively taught the skills of smoothing things out. JfS? ttT. J It ' s break time again, as the teachers find time to relax, 24 Deleno Flynn, President; Lynda Lewis, Secretary; Tanya Apple, Treasurer; Eric Stewart, Vice-President DELENO FLYNN LEADS SENIORS The senior year--the final year--and how wonderful it seemed to us. For us it was the last--the last game, the last pep rally, the last Junior-Senior, the last assembly. How proud we were as we came down the aisle for Awards Day. As we came down that aisle for the last time, we really saw for the first time all that had made up our high- school years. We looked back tri- umphantly, knowing we had conquered the first of many frontiers still ahead of us to overcome, for we were still very young. 26 FAYE ALCON MYRA BAILEY DON BATEMAN EDWIN APPLE JERRY BALDWIN JIM BENNETT TANYA APPLE ANN BARBER HAROLD BILLINGS IN CLAIMING CHOICE ASSEMBLY SEATS. 21 LINDA FOGLEMAN CRAIG FOGLEMAN SHIRLEY FOGLEMAN SUSIE BRADSHER DELINDA BUSICK JIMMY CLAPP MELVIN BROWN GARY CLAPP DELENO FLYNN DELINDA BUSICK WINS DAR AWARD. 28 JAMES FRYE LARRY GERRINGER JOHNNY GRAHAM JO ANN GREESON TYSON HELMS MARY HUFFINES JOAN HAYMORE TOMMY HOWERTON JOHNIE INGLE GHOSTS OF MACBETH AND BANQUO HAUNT US. 29 TOMMY JOBE JOYCE JOHNSON DENNIS JONES SUSIE JONES RONNIE KELLIS LYNDA LEWIS SENIORS PLEDGE THEIR LOYALTY TO THE TRADITIONS OF G.H.S. MARIA LUND JOHN MARTIN JOY MAY RODNEY MAY CAROL MICHAEL DON MICHAEL COLLEGE BOARDS MAKE A STRENUOUS SATURDAY. VICKI MOON KAY RILEY BETTY MOOREFIELD JAMES RAY EDDIE SCHOOLFIELD CLAY SHEPHERD BETH SHOCKLEY DOUGLAS SOCKWELL ERIC STEWART " CALL THE DICTIONARY! MY THEME ' S BLEEDING!” VICKIE SUTTON VANCE WILLETT EVA TICKLE ERVIN WILSON DELMAR TILLEY GLENN WIMBISH BOYD WOODS JIMMY YOUNG BRENDA YOUNGER NORMA YOUNGER GRADUATION CLIMAXES A SUCCESSFUL HIGH SCHOOL CAREER. Nina Lane and Mark Michael, Mascots 33 G.H.S. SENIORS RECAPTURE We, the Class of 1965, are now beginning to realize that our days at G.H.S. are numbered; but as we glance back on our past years, we will always appreciate the genuine friendships, the guidance, and the understanding of our faculty, classmates, and parents. They are the ones who have packed our four years with fun, excitement, challenges, tears, and happiness, and we are truly grateful. As we, a group of ninety-five students, entered our Freshman year of high school in 1961, we traditionally took the title of " Greenhorn " Freshmen and along with it the colors of red and white; the motto of " Upward and Onward " ; and the flower, the red rose. With the help of Mr. Cutler, Mr. Edgerton, and Mr. Shumar, we began to establish leadership by electing Myra Bailey, president; Eddie Schoolfield, vice-president; Deleno Flynn, secretary; and Lynda Lewis, treas- urer, as class officers. Also, during that year, we participated in many activities such as foot- ball, basketball, and baseball, not to mention the beauty contests and various other things scattered throughout the year. In football that year we had many players representing us; but those that stood out from all the rest were Jim Bennett, James Frye, and Johnny Graham. With the support of Vickie Sutton and Vicki Bridges to lead and supervise our cheering, we began to excel in this as well as in other things, except for basketball. We did not participate in this sport at that time, but in baseball, we had James Frye, Johnny Graham, and Harold Billings. That year Lynda Lewis won the title of Homecoming Queen, and also Susie Bradsher represented us in the May Court. Joining and participating in various clubs such as F.H.A. and F.T.A. was fun, in addition. Then the year finally began coming to an end with the big event of the student-council election, in which Don Bateman of our class was elected treasurer. Graduation soon came and with it the appoint- ment of marshals from our class; these were Tanya Apple and Myra Bailey. Finally, we said good-bye to our Freshman year with a weiner roast and a dance at the V.F.W. Hut. Then, after practically three months of going to the beaches, the mountains, to dances, parties, and numerous other activities, we returned to good old G.H.S. for our second year of high school, taking the grand title of " Silly " Sophomores. We again elected our class officers consisting of Eddie Schoolfield, president; Tommy Howerton, vice-president; Lynda Lewis, sec- retary; and Deleno Flynn, treasurer. These officers represented our class well under the ex- cellent supervision of our teachers, Mr. Bowen, Mrs. Isley, and Mrs. Hunter. The next major event on our calendar was sports, in which we participated even more and better than before. Showing outstanding quality in football that year were Delmar Tilley, Eddie Schoolfield, Eric Stewart, Rodney May, Jim Bennett, James Frye, Craig Fogleman, Deleno Flynn, Johnie Ingle, and Larry Gerringer. In basketball we had Norma Younger, Joan Haymore, Rodney May, James Frye, and Ervin Wilson. Finally in baseball we had Harold Billings, Johnie Ingle, Craig Fogleman, James Frye, Eric Stewart, Delmar Tilly, Dennis Jones, and Ervin Wilson. With the help of Lynda Lewis, Vicki Bridges, and Vickie Sutton on the cheerleading squad, the old G.H.S. crowds were stirred with pep and admiration for our glorious teams. That year Norma Younger won the title of Miss Snowflake and Lynda Lewis represented us in the May Court. Other than the addition of the Beta Club, for which Tanya Apple, Myra Bailey, Don Bateman, Susie Bradsher, and Vickie Bridges qualified, we joined the same clubs as the year before. With the announcement that our marshals once more would be Tanya Apple and Myra Bailey, and with our traditional class party (this time at the Rifle Range for a hamburger supper), we ended the year. Then after another unforgettable summer vacation we returned to G.H.S. as " Jolly " Juniors. This was the year in which we really had to work; and we had Deleno Flynn as president, Johnie Ingle as vice-president, Delinda Busick as secretary, and Larry Gerringer as treasurer. Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs. Hunter were our homeroom teachers. This year four members of our class wer e chosen as junior assistants on the annual staff; they were as follows: Vickie Sutton, Myra Bailey, Eddie Schoolfield, and Don Bateman. Also, we were represented on the newspaper staff by Tommy Howerton. In sports, only a few other than previously mentioned participated; they were: 34 THE PAST. Carol Michaels, Myra Bailey, and Jimmy Young in basketball; and Tommy Howerton and Jimmy Young in football. That year Vicki Sutton was assistant- chief cheerleader and Susie Jones and Lynda Lewis were on the cheerleading squad. Then came the magazine sale in which we broke the previous record set by the class before us. This money was to be used to help finance our Junior-Senior banquet. Soon afterward we successfully produced the Junior play entitled " We Shook the Family Tree, " in which Johnny Graham and Myra Bailey had the leading roles. Finally our red-stone class rings arrived, but not quite in time to wear to the Junior-Senior banquet which was held at Swain ' s Steak House in Greensboro with the theme of " Moonlight and Roses. " Later, the student council election was held in which Myra Bailey received the office of vice-president and Eddie Schoolfield, president. Then graduation time rolled around again, and this time we had Myra Bailey and James Ray as marshals and Tanya Apple as chief marshal. To end this eventful year, we were given a buffet supper and dance at the V.F.W. Hut by our room representatives. Then after what seemed like a very short and enjoyable summer, we returned to G.H.S. to find ourselves being tabled as " Sophisticated " Seniors. We suddenly realized that this was to be our last year here, and that we must make the best of it. This year we elected Deleno Flynn, president; Eric Stewart, vice-president; Lynda Lewis, secretary; and Tanya Apple, treasurer. Under the leadership of Miss Livengood and Mrs. Lane, they served quite ably. Myra Bailey was chosen as editor-in-chief of THE YELL-O- JAK and Johnie Ingle was associate editor. Their advisor was Miss Livengood. Tommy Howerton held the position of editor of THE BLACK AND GOLD, and Mrs. Lane was its advisor. Representing the class on the cheering squad were Vickie Sutton, chief; Lynda Lewis, assistant chief; and Susie Jones. Joan Hayinore won the title of Homecoming Queen. Then later we elected Lynda Lewis and Vickie Sutton as Christmas Queens. We also elected our superlatives and presented the Senior play " When The Mice Are Away " in which James Frye had the starring role. As I write this class history, I am able to foresee many new and different obstacles and choices before us. The nearest one in sight, however, is that of graduation from G.H.S., about which we will be both sad AND glad. We, the Seniors of G.H.S. would l ike to extend our deepest and sincerest appreciation and thanks to our parents and teachers who have worked continuously throughout our lives to better OUR education and future. Without their help and guidance, our success--whatever it is--will not be possible. Vicki Moon, Historian 35 IN LEAVING GHS, NORTH CAROLINA, GUILFORD COUNTY GIBSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL We, the Seniors of Gibsonville High School, realizing that our schooldays are numbered and wishing in so far as possible to preserve the excellent traits and talents of our class, do make, declare, and publish this, our last will and testament. Article I. To the Faculty Item I: To Mr. Leonard we leave our sincere appreciation for his guidance and interest. May he live to see the value in this year ' s work! Item II: Our bookkeeping books, and the promise that we will cut her in on the first million dollars that we make after we enter business of our own, goes to Mrs. Lane. Item III: To Miss Livengood we leave our " thanks " for the great work that she did to make the Junior and Senior plays the great successes that they were. We also leave our broken ear phones; hope you can have them repaired for next year ' s French classes. Item IV: Our well-worn speech books and the props for all of our skits are left to Mrs. Wynne, and we wish to thank her for all that she has done in speech class to improve this important ability in us. Item V: To Miss Dantzler we leave our appreciation for all the help that she has given us in picking the right college. Moreover, we hope that the students next year will not fail to seek and heed her wise counsel. Item VI: We leave our fond memories of second-period study hall to Mrs. Rainey. Thanks for making us study ! Item VII: We further leave the hope that next year ' s glee club will learn as much about music as we have to Mrs. Primm. She really works hard for our cultural improvement. Item VIII: To Mr. Bowen we leave all the math and shop equipment in order that his students next year may benefit from them. Item IX: Mrs. Hoskins is left our appreciation for all the valuable help given us in family living this year. Our future will be the better, we know. Item X: To Mr. Sutherlin we leave the physics films and projector for future students who puzzle out the course and its problems. Item XI: For the help that he has given the student council this year, to Mr. Warrick goes our deep appreciation. Item XII: Mr. Clayton has the thanks of all the Seniors for the great way he has handled the sports at Gibsonville. Item XIII: To Mrs. Gerringer we bequeath our overdue book fees. Article II. To the Classes Item I: To the Senior Class of 1966 we leave the ability to win football, basketball and baseball games, our caps and gowns, and also our seats in chapel. 36 SENIORS WILL Item II: To the Juniors we leave the excitement of the Junior-Senior banquet, the magazine sales, class rings, and the Junior Play. Item III: To the Sophomores we leave the hope that they will settle down and do their best work in the last three years of high school. They also receive the honor and privilege of being upperclassmen. Item IV: To the Freshmen we leave the excitement of entering high school and all the activities in which they have a chance to take part. We also leave a word of encouragement. There ' s a brighter day coming! Article III. To the Individuals Item I: Eddie Schoolfield leaves his job of student councilpresidenttothe fortunate Junior elected by the student body; his great personality is left to Dennis Shepherd. Item II: Beth Shockley and Joyce Johnson leave their acting ability to Helen Cates, Darlene Gerringer, Linda O ' Briant, and Hilda Brown. See the announcement for the next play try- outs, girls. Item ID: Vickie Sutton bequeaths her brown " cow-eyes " to Libby Helms, but the said legatee is not to over-use them. Item IV: Glenn Wimbish, Gary Clapp, and Eric Stewart will all their old girlfriends in Burlington to Ronnie Walker and Tim Wood. Item V: The petite stature of Eva Tickle is left to Inez Gerner and Linda White. Item VI: Delinda Busick leaves her calm and serene manners to Beth Blanton, Rhonda White, and Evangeline Kivett with the wish that they be handed down to others who show by their lunchroom behavior that they need it. Item VII: James Frye leaves--much to the sorrow of all the girls; his great acting ability is left to Johnny Lea and Edward Little. Item VIII: Mike Clapp receives John Martin ' s driver ' s license. Hope you like to live danger- ously, Mike! Item IX: Melvin Brown and Jimmy Clapp leave their love of cars to Howard and Glenn Summers. Item X: Edwin Apple leaves his ability to sleep in class to anyone who desires it. Item XI: The bus-driving ability of Craig Fogleman is left to Steve Edmonds in the hope that he will use it safely and efficiently. Item XII: Larry Gerringer donates his parking place at Jakes to Warren Chavis. Item XIII: Susie Jones wills her cheerleader streamers to Susan Boyles with the hope that she can keep up with them. Item XIV: James Ray ' s ability to get things done on time is willed to Kenneth Key. This may really take some doing! 37 THEIR MOST PRIZED POSSESSIONS Item XV: Don Bateman leaves his nickname of " Drip " to any Junior boy who wants it. Any takers? Item XVI: To Trudy Overman goes Lynda Lewis ' s ability to " wait for that man. " Item XVII: Shirley Fogleman, Faye Alcon, and Joy May leave their quiet ways to Emily May and Trudy Ray. Item XVIII: Myra Bailey leaves her ability to join in all activities to some poor, unsuspecting junior. Item XIX: Harold Billings wills his baseball talents to Butch Whitesell and Sammy Hughes. Item XX: Jeanette Doran receives Vicki Moon ' s and Norma Younger ' s dancing ability. Item XXI: Carol Michael leaves her green hair to anyone willing to take the responsibility. Item XXII: Ervin Wilson leaves his ability to get into trouble to Jeff Younger. Item XXIII: The musical talents of Dennis Jones are willed to Ronald Montgomery, Johnny Small, and Glenn Loye. You do play, don ' t you, boys? Item XXIV: Jimmy Young leaves his basketball ability to Billy Gillespie, who should handle it well. Item XXV: Johnny Graham after much consideration and deliberation, has arrived at the conclusion that he is in great need of all his possessions and at present will make no formal bequests. Item XXVI: Boyd Woods leaves his singing talents to Eddie Underwood, Ervin Milton, and Billy Chrismon. Start practicing boys ! Item XXVII: Tanya Apple ' s knack for French is left to Patricia Smith and Janis Wharton. Item XXVIII: Tommy Howerton ' s writing ability is willed to Linda Lowery. Item XXIX: Tommy Jobe and Clay Shepherd will their driving ability to Mickey Wicker and Fred Michael. They really need it ! Item XXX: Jerry Baldwin leaves, still tinkering with " that " Ford. Item XXXI: Deleno Flynn donates his dancing ability and size to Lloyd Bradsher. • Item XXXII: Jim Bennett and Delmar Tilley leave their success on the football field to Steve Litten. Item XXXIII: Ann Barber leaves her singing ability to Judy Lewis and Ruby Brann. Item XXXIV: Janie Roberts receives Kay Riley ' s flirting ways. Item XXXV: Brenda Younger leaves her ability to drive to Kay Oliver and Judy Schoolfield. Item XXXVI: Linda McLean receives Mary Huffines ability to get her men and to keep them. Item XXXVII: Johnie Ingle leaves his ability to " bluff " to anyone who can get by with it. Did you hear that, Ronnie Allen? Item XXXVIII: Don Michael bequeathes his ability to go to bed at twelve and get up at seven to Ronald Overman. Item XXXIX: Rodney May wishes for Billy Howerton to have his ability to give the teachers an innocent look and talk his way out of any jam. Item XL: Joan Haymore leaves her basketball talents to Cathy Robertson and Kay Wall. Let ' s go, girls! Item XLI: The neatness of Betty Moorefield and Susie Bradsher is willed to Linda Whitesell and Jean Groce. Item XLII: All of Maria Lund ' s artistic talent is left to Debbie Cates. Item XLIII: Jo Ann Greeson leaves all of her embarrassment to everyone. Item XLIV: Linda Fogleman bequeathes her giggles to Judy Miles with the understanding that they are not to be used in such " un-called-for " places as they have been in the past. WITNESSES Mrs. Mary Ann Lane Miss Pansy Livengood Ronnie Kellis, Testator BEST DANCERS Vicki Moon Rodney May NEATEST Lynda Lewis Ervin Wilson BIGGEST FLIRTS Mary Huffines Rodney May WITTIEST Susie Jones Dennis Jones MOST ORIGINAL Vickie Sutton Tommy Howerton MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Tanya Apple James Ray MOST EFFICIENT Delinda Busick Tommy Howerton BEST SPORTS Joan Haymore Jimmy Young MOST PERSONALITY Vickie Sutton Eddie Schoolfield BEST-ALL-ROUND Myra Bailey Eddie Schoolfield MOST ATHLETIC Joan Haymore James Frye MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Vickie Sutton Deleno Flynn m. Joining the Valedictorian and Salutatorian as Senior Speakers are Deleno Flynn, DelindaBusick, Susie Bradsher, James Ray, Don Bateman, and Tyson Helms. EIGHT OUTSTANDING SENIORS ARE CHOSEN AS COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS. Tanya Apple, Valedictorian Myra Bailey, Salutatorian SENIOR DIRECTORY MARGARET FAYE ALCON F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. EDWIN GALE APPLE Associated Craftsmen 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Bus Club 3,4, Secretary 3, Reporter 4; Senior play crew 4. JANET TANYA APPLE F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Beta Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 2; Science Club 2,3,4; Marshal 1,2, Chief Mar- shal 3; " Most Likely To Succeed " 4; Class Treasurer 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Library Club 4; Annual staff 4, Advertising Manage r 4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4; French Club 2,3,4. MYRA KAY BAILEY F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President4; F.T.A. 1,2,3, Secretary 2; Science Club 2,3, Secretary 2,3; Beta Club 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Student Council 1,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Mono- gram Club 4; Library Club 4; Glee Club 2; Biology Award 1; United States History Award 3; Marshal 1,2,3; " Best-All-Round " 4; Class President 1; Basketball 3,4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play cast 4; Annual staff 3,4, Junior Assistant 3, Editor-in-Chief 4. JERRY BALDWIN Associated Craftsmen 4. EUGENIA ANN BARBER F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1; Bus Club 3,4; Monogram Club 1; Basketball 1,2. DON WAYNE BATEMAN French Club 2,3,4, President 2,4; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Science Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4, President 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 2; F.T.A. 3,4; Football Manager 1, 2,3,4; Annual staff photographer 4; Newspaper photographer 4. JAMES C. BENNETT Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; Glee Club 4; Football 1,2 , 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Senior play cast 4. HAROLD EUGENE BILLINGS Monogram Club 2,3,4; Library Club 4, Vice- President 4; Bus Club 3,4; Glee Club 4; Base- ball 1,2, 3, 4, C ap ta i n 3, All-Conference 3, " Most Improved Baseball Player " 2, " Most Valuable Baseball Player " 3. SUSIE BRADSHER F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Program Chair- man 4; Science Club 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Quill and Scroll 4; Science Award 1; May Court 1; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4; An- nual staff 4, Senior Editor 4. MELVIN L. BROWN Bus Club 3,4; Associated Craftsmen 2,3,4. DELINDA MARIE BUSICK F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Treasurer 3, Sec- retary 4; F.T.A. 1,2,4, Treasurer 1, Vice- President 4; French Club 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Student Council 4; Glee Club 2,3; D.A.R. Award 4; " Most Efficient " 4; Class Secretary 3; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4; An- nual staff 4, Business Manager 4. GARY VICTOR CLAPP Associated Craftsmen 1,3; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. JIMMY CLAPP Associated Craftsmen 3,4. 46 SENOR DIRECTORY ROBERT DELENO FLYNN Monogram Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Science Club 2,3; French Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Reporter 4; Student Council 3,4; Class Secretary 1; Class Treasurer 2; Class President 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Junior play cast 3; Senior play crew4; Annual staff 4, Sports Editor 4. LINDA DARLENE FOGLEMAN F.H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,4; Li- brary Club 4; Junior play cast 3. LEE CRAIG FOGLEMAN Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Bus Club 3, 4, Chairman 4; French Club 2,3, Treasurer 2; Baseball 1,2, 3,4, " Most Improved Baseball Player " 3; F ootball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Weightlifting 3,4; Junior play cast 3; Senior play cast 4. SHIRLEY JEAN FOGLEMAN Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. JAMES ARTHUR FRYE Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; French Club 3, Treasurer 3; Glee Club 4, President 4; Student Council 4; F.T.A. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 2,3,4, " Most Improved Player " 3; " Most Athletic " 4; Junior play crew 3; Sen- ior play cast 4; Annual staff 4; Prophet 4. LARRY MARVIN GERRINGER French Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4, Historian 4; Class Treasurer 3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. JOHN WALTER GRAHAM Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4; Library Club 4; Bus Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Junior play cast 3. JO ANN GREESON Glee Club 4; Senior play crew 4. BARBARA JOAN HAYMORE F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Glee Club 1,4, Li- brarian 4; Library Club 4, Secretary 4; May Court 3; Homecoming Queen 4; " Best Sports " 4; " Most Athletic " 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. TYSON HELMS Library Club 4; Junior play crew 3. THOMAS DEAN HOWERTON Science Club 2,3; French Club 2,3,4, Vice- President 2, Treasurer 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; " Most Original " 4; " Most Efficient " 4; Class Vice-President 2; Football 3; Junior play crew 3; Newspaper staff 3,4, Back page and feature writer 3, Edi- tor-in-Chief 4. MARY MICHAEL HUFFINES F.T.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Science Club 2,3; Junior play cast 3; Senior play cast 4; Annual staff 4, Typist 4. JOHN WYATT INGLE Science Club 2,3,4; Bus Club 3,4; Quill and Scroll 4, Treasurer 4; French Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Li- brary Club 4, Treasurer 4; Student Council 4; Class Vice-President 3; Baseball 1; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Junior play cast 3; Senior play cast 4; Annual staff 4, Associate Editor 4. THOMAS BLAKE JOBE Football 1. JOYCE MARIE JOHNSON F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2,4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play cast 4. 47 SENIOR DIRECTORY DENNIS JONES Monogram Club 2,3,4; Associated Craftsmen 4, Secretary 4; Glee Club 4; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4, All-Conference 3; Senior play crew 4. LYNDA SUE JONES F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Songleader 3; F.T.A. 3,4, Par- liamentarian 4; Science Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Monogram Club 4; Glee Club 2,3,4, Vice- President 4; French Club 2,3, Secretary 2; Quill and Scroll 4; Library Club 4. PAUL RONALD KELLIS Science Club 2,3,4, Reporter 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; French Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Student Council 4; Football Man- ager 1; Junior play cast 3; Senior play cast 4; Annual staff 4, Testator 4. LYNDA KAY LEWIS F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Historian 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Glee Club 2,3; Homecoming Queen 1; Christmas Queen 4; May Court 2; Class Treas- urer 1; Class S e c r e ta r y 2,4; " Neatest " 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Assistant Chief 4; Junior play cast 3; Senior play crew 4; Annual staff 4, Typist 4. MARIA ANN LUND F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 4; Library Club 3; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. JOHN MARTIN Associated Craftsmen 3,4; Senior play crew 4. JOY MARIE MAY F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 4; Junior play crew3; Senior play crew 4. RODNEY GILBERT MAY Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; French Club 4, President 4; F.T.A. 4; Science Club 4; " Best Dancer " 4, " Biggest Flirt " 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4, All-Conference 3, " Most Im- proved Player " 3; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1. LINDA CAROL MICHAEL F.H.A. 3; F.T.A. 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Dra- matics 2; Music Club 1; Band 2; Glee Club 1,2, Glee Club Award 2; Junior play crew 3; Sen- ior play crew 4. DON WILSON MICHAEL F.F.A. 1; Associated Craftsmen 3,4; Bus Club 3,4, Vice-President 3; Glee Club 4; Class Treasurer 1; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 4; Jun- ior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. VICKI JUNELLA MOON F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,4; " Best Dancer " 4; Junior Degree F.H.A. 2; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4; Annual staff 4, Historian 4. BETTY JEAN MOOREFIELD F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Library Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4; Newspaper staff 4. JAMES FREEMAN RAY Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Science Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Library Club 4; Student Council 4; " Most Likely To Succeed " 4; Marshal 3; Football 4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4; Annual staff 4, Assistant Advertising Manager 4. JUDY KAY RILEY Bible Club 1; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Li- brary Club 3,4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. EDDIE HERMAN SCHOOLFIELD French Club 2,3, President 3; Quill and Scroll 3,4, Vice-President 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Student Council 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; Science Club 3,4, Vice-President 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Class Vice-President 1; Class President 2; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4; Annual staff 3, Junior Editor 3; Newspaper staff 4, Sports Editor 4. 48 SENIOR DIRECTORY HENRY CLAY SHEPHERD, JR. Bus Club 3,4; A s s oc i a te d Craftsmen 3,4, Treasurer 4; F.F.A. 1; Baseball 1,3,4; Senior play crew 4. ELIZABETH G. SHOCKLEY F.H.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 4; Glee Club 4; Basketball Manager 2; Junior play crew 3; Senior play cast 4; Publicity Committee 4. DOUG SOCKWELL Bus Club 1,2, 3, 4; Associated Craftsmen 3,4; Library Club 4; Industrial Arts Award 3; Sen- ior play crew 4. ERIC STEWART Associated Craftsmen 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3,4; Glee Club 2; Science Club 3; Monogram Club 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Class Vice- President 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1,2; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. VICKIE YOLANDA SUTTON F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, Parliamentarian 4; Glee Club 2.3, Secretary 3; F.T.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4; French Club 3, President 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; " Most Personality " 4; " Most School Spirited " 4; " Most Original " 4; Christmas Queen 4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4, As- sistant Chief 3, Chief 4; Junior play cast 3; Senior play crew 4; Annual staff 3,4, Junior Assistant 3, Feature Editor 4. EVA MOZELLE TICKLE F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Science Club 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 4; French Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Home Economics Award 2; Junior play cast3; Seniorplay crew4; Publicity Com- mittee 4. DELMAR EARL TILLEY Associated Craftsmen 1,4; Monogram Club 2, 3.4, Treasurer 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 3,4; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. VANCE K. WILLETT Senior play crew 4. ERVIN J. WILSON Associated Craftsmen 1,2; Monogram Club 1, 2,3,4; " Neatest " 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. GLENN LEWIS WIMBISH Bus Club 3. BOYD WOODS Biology Club 2,3; F.T.A. 4; Blue Ribbon Sci- ence project; Class President 1; Class Vice- President 2,3; Football 4; Newspaper staff 2, 3, Circulation Manager 2,3. JAMES MARVIN YOUNG, JR. Monogram Club 2,3,4; French Club 4, Vice- President 4; Student Council 4; Library Club 4, President 4; " Best Sports " 4, Football 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, All-Conference 3; " Most Im- proved Basketball Player " 2, " Most Valuable Player " 3; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. BRENDA YOUNGER F.H.A. 1,4; Senior play cast 4. NORMA JEAN YOUNGER F.T.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Christmas Queen 2; Basketball 2,3; Junior play crew 3; Senior play crew 4. 49 THE SENIOR CLASS PROPHET Being dean of a college is certainly not an easy job, and today at Harvard was no exception. As I was locking the door to my office, I saw one of my old school buddies from Gibsonville High come bopping down the hall. It was none other than Dennis Jones, the star of that famous singing group, Jones-zy and the Sea Gulls. We shook hands, and I unlocked the door to my office and invited him to come in for awhile. We sat down and began talking. Before I knew it, we had begun discussing what our old classmates back at good G.H.S. were doing now. It seems that Faye Alcon and Shirley Fogleman have themselves a pretty good job. Faye is a secretary for the Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company, and Shirley is a stenographer for a prominent business in New York. Edwin Apple is the owner of a small 10,000 acre farm in the eastern part of North Carolina. Also, he was re- cently elected president of the Farmers of America. Tanya Apple finally found a man. Soon after she graduated from college, she sank her fangs into Don Bateman, who is really dedicated to his work. Tanya works with him so they can be together more. Don, being very industrious, does a little extra work on the side. He is indeed a busy man. Myra Bailey is now a nurse at Dix Hill, or at least that ' s what she says. There have been a few rumors going around that she is not a nurse. Just rumors? Jerry Baldwin wanted very much to be a doctor. After he got in college, however, he discovered he couldn ' t re- member all that stuff about lungs, hearts, and so on. He then changed from wanting to be a " people " doctor to study- ing to be a veterinarian. He is now one of the most famous veterinarians around and is loved by all the animals. Ann Barber got so bored sitting home all day doing nothing that she joined the Navy so she could be with her husband and see the world. Jim Bennett was recently appointed head coach of the Green Bay Packers. Many of the famous sports writers say that this is the year for the downfall of the Packers. Wonder why? Harold Billings is now a great pitching star with the Yankees. He also has the name of being the " playboy of baseball. " Susie Bradsher and Vance Willet got married right after high school and are very happy. They have several children, and Susie stays home and cares for them all day. Vance is a mattress salesman, his only trouble being that he sleeps on the mattresses instead of selling them. Melvin Brown, John Martin, and Jimmy Clapp own several race cars. Melvin does the mechanical work, John does the driving, and Jimmy doesn ' t do anything but collect and spend the money. Jimmy hasn ' t changed a bit, has he? Delinda Busick and Betty Morefield are stewardesses for the Moon to Earth jet lines. Both are doing very well and like their jobs. All I can say is that it ' s different. Gary Clapp is the new master of ceremonies on the " To Tell the Truth” show. Wonder if he practices what he preaches? Deleno Flynn ' s dream has finally come true. A few months ago he gained a monopoly on all the shoeshine busi- nesses in Gibsonville and is very, very happy. Craig Fogleman isnowa very prominent jeweler. " Fogleman ' s Jewelries " is known nation-wide. However, much of his success is due to his secretary, Joyce Johnson, who has helped a great deal with many of his business trans- actions. Linda Fogleman is the owner of a small beauty shop in New York. It seems that the only customer she had to return again was Yul Brenner. Wonder why? Larry Gerringer, who was very disappointed when his father sold " Larry ' s Place, " now has opened up a small joint of his own. I hear that he has a small casino in the back. I ' ll have to visit him someday. Right after high school, Johnny Graham moved to the mountains and is now hauling whiskey. However, he has not been making much money although business has been good. I wonder why? Jo Ann Greeson and Joy May got married right after high school. Jo Ann has four children and doesn ' t have much time to get a job. On the other hand, Joy has a boy and is a secretary for her husband. Joan Haymore also got married right after high school and is a house wife. In her spare time she is head of a com- mittee which is trying to help promote better support of high-school basketball for girls. Is it worth-while? Tyson Helms is the new owner of the Red and White food store in Gibsonville. Let ' s hope he does better than the owners of the past! Since the retirement of Ed Sullivan last year, Tommy Howerton has taken over as master of ceremonies. He is showing great promise and could some day be very popular. Mary Huffines is a very happy woman. Her high-school dream of a law allowing a woman to have two husbands was passed last year by Congress. Mary also writes a gossip column called " Mary Says " for a local newspaper in her spare time. Johnie Ingle is now president of Wachovia Bank and Trust Company. He is currently running for vice-president of the Bankers Union of America. Hope he wins! Tommy Jobe decided to join the Army after graduation. He says anyone who enjoys being on KP three-fourths of the time would enjoy being in the Army. However, I don ' t believe just anyone would be on KP that much. Susie Jones is now an actress and is currently appearing on Broadway. Her last movie was a great success, and she has gained great fame and fortune from it. Ronnie Kellis just couldn ' t get away from the newspaper business. He is currently writing a daily article called " How to Be a Successful Paper Boy " for THE NEW YORK TIMES. Lynda Lewis went to college and after graduation had more trouble than before she started. She took a course to be a legal secretary and now can ' t seem to find a job. You see, no one seems to want a legal secretary anymore. Maria Lund got married right after school. Now, she is just like the old woman who lived in a shoe, for she has so many children she doesn ' t know what to do. Rodney May now lives a very happy life. His job carries him from one end of Myrtle Beach to the other. He never does a hard days work and always has a good time. Oh, by the way, Rodney is a " beach bum. " 50 PROPHESIES THE FUTURE Carol Michael is owner and sole proprietor of a beauty salon in California. She specializes in turning hair green; nowhere else in the world can anyone get such a thorough job. Don Michaels and Clay Shepherd are bus drivers for the Gray Hound bus lines. Their motto is " take the bus and leave the driving to us. " I believe that I ' d rather drive. Vicki Moon has opened a dance studio in New York. She teaches all the popular and up-to-date dances, special- izing in the " monkey. " I think I ' ll drop in and take a few lessons one of these days, especially on how to do the " monkey. " James Ray is now a minister at a church in Greensboro. All his life he wanted to be a minister; and soon after college, he enrolled in a seminary. Eddie Schoolfield enrolled in college and was planning to be a seventh-grade math teacher. After the first se- mester, Eddie had to go home because of scholastic difficulties. The only thing that bothered Eddie was that he didn ' t understand how seventh grade math had got so much more difficult since he was in the seventh grade. Beth Shockley is now the owner of a fashion establishment in Paris. A great deal of her success goes to her fashion director, Brenda Younger, who constantly slaves to help better the establishment. Douglas Sockwell is a cowboy. He rides from one end to the other of his ranch in Texas each day. For the past few months he has been having trouble with rustlers. Hope everything turns out all right for him. Eric Stewart has won a great deal of fame as a dragstrip racer. Next month he is scheduled to make a tour of the United States and show his car off to everyone. Vickie Sutton is a very happy woman, being happily married and having four lovely children. Having a college education, she holds a very good job with a chance of advancement; however, there is another little one on the way. Eva Tickle is now a cashier in a bank in Greensboro. She is very efficient, and any day now she is expecting a promotion. It seems that Delmar Tilley tests cars for their durability for General Motors. If the cars hold up after the tests he gives them, I would say they are good cars. Ervin Wilson runs a pool hall called " Wilsnooker ' s Smoke Shop. " He is so dedicated and works so hard to im- prove his business that his customers call him Beaver, Jr. Glenn Wimbish also has an established business of his own. His secretary, Kay Riley, really has her hands full. She not only does his legal work, but also most of his thinking, too. Boyd Woods went to college in Durham and is now a coach at a high school there, where he is nowin the process of coaching his team to their fourth straight football championship. Jimmy Young ' s dream of taking over as basketball coach at Elon College finally came true last year. He is very happy, but he still dreams of getting the ditch-digging industry back on its feet in his spare time. Norma Younger is now a professional bookbinder with the Bookbinding Corporation of America. In recent years, it has been said that she will always rank as one of the best bookbinders ever. After we had " recussed " all of our classmates as seniors, Jones-zy s aid that he had to get back to his sea gulls. He said that Seamore, the group ' s leading vocalist, had the flu and that it was time for his medicine. I made him promise to have dinner with me before he left town, and then we said good-bye. I then locked the door to my office and hurried home to tell my wife about what had happened. James Frye, Prophet Jean Groce, Secretary; Butch Whitesell, Treasurer; Kenneth Key, Vice-President; Dennis Shepherd, President DENNIS SHEPHERD LEADS THE JUNIORS When we became Juniors, we were given more privileges and more responsibilities. This year was very different and much more exciting than last .... We sold magazines for money for the Junior-Senior, attended the Junior-Senior, wore class rings, and drove cars. Familiar lockers, halls, and faces greeted us, and we greeted the underclassmen with an attitude of friendliness but aloofness . . . for now we were the upperclassmen, and there was only one year left until graduation. 52 Ronnie Allen Beth Blanton Susan Boyles Butch Bradsher Mike Bradsher Ruby Brann Hilda Brown Debbie Cates WHO ARE EVER CHANGING PLANS AND DREAMS. Helen Cates Warner Chavis Billy Chrismon Lois Clapp Mike Clapp Jeanette Doran Steve Edmonds Inez Gerner Darlene Gerringer Bill Gilespie Jean Groce Libby Helms LITTEN AND HUGHES RANK ON VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. Emily May, Linda McLean, Fred Michael, Johnny Small, Patricia Smith, Glenn Summers, Howard Summers, Eddie Underwood Judy Miles, Ervin Milton, Ronald Montgomery, Ronnie Walker, Kay Wall, Janis Wharton, Linda White, Rhonda White Linda O ' Briant, Kay Oliver, Ronald Overman, Butch Whitesell, Linda Whitesell, Mickey Wicker, Tim Wood, Jeff Younger Billy Howerton, Sammy Hughes, Kenneth Key, Evangeline Kivett, Johnny Lea, Trudy Overman, Trudy Ray, Janie Roberts Steve Litten, Edward Little, Linda Lowery, Glen Loy, Linda Mabe, Kathy Robertson, Judy Schoolfield, Dennis Shepherd BOYLES AND MABE SERVE AS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. Sarah Childress, President; Arron Lewis, Vice-President; Harriet Tickle, Secretary; Larry Lashley, Treasurer SARAH CHILDRESS LEADS THE SOPHOMORES No longer freshmen and feeling much older than a year ago, we began our sophomore year. Re- tracing our steps throughout the building that we now considered home, we gazed at the familiar sights and the bewildered, lost freshmen. Hours in the biology lab increased our knowledge of the functions of life, and our second contacts of life . . . for we continued to participate in our school ' s activities. 56 Peggy Allison Lynn Ausley Vernon Baity Eddie Belvin Hal Blalock Margaret Brown Joe Burgess Charles Calligan La Verne Capps Don Cates Sara Childress Gerald Clapp Dean Fogleman Betty Greeson Glenda Greeson Libby Hagwood James Hardy Doris Harper John Harper SEVEN SOPHOMORES ARE IN GHS BAND Laney Harrison Ellen Hart Patsy Haymore Jeanette Howerton Phyllis Howerton Mark Kellis Chuck Kleeberg Larry Lashley Arron Lewis Jimmy Loy Judy Madren Terry Marley Gary May Wilma Michael Mary Milton Mike Morgan 58 Vicki Overman Corliss Poole Ronnie Simpson Joyce Sockwell Wanda Summers Calvin Sutton Ricky Sutton Darrell Swanger Harriet Tickle Bonnie Walker Bobby Willard Fred Wood Ernest Younger Linda Younger Michael Younger Ronnie Yow WANDA SUMMERS BECOMES NEW CHEERLEADER. 59 David Sloop, President; Dan Schoolfield, Vice-President; Cheryl Shelton, Secretary; Bill Blanton, Treasurer DAVID SLOOP LEADS THE FRESHMEN As freshmen we were hesitant to accept our new roles. G.H.S. seemed strange and sometimes frightening. We were the " silly freshmen, " and the upperclassmen never let us forget it. But we were a part of the school; and as the year passed, we became willing and eager to link our- selves with the school and its activities. Loudly we yelled, " We ' re from Gibsonville, couldn ' t be prouder, " for we were happy to be a part of the world of Gibsonville High School. 60 Virginia Andrews Gerald Apple Arnold Baldwin Lynne Ann Barber Jane Bateman William Blanton WHOSE ABUNDANCE ASTOUNDS EVEN THE SENIORS. Lynne Blythe Beth Bowen Shelby Boyles Wanda Brandon James Brown Jimmy Brown Joe Byerly Delacey Chavis Etta Chavis Eddie Chrismon 61 Patsy Cobb Johnny Cummings Wayne Elkin Karl Flynn Dennis Fogleman Hal Fogleman James Gerner FRESHMEN PROGRESS FROM A JUNIOR-HIGH REALM Roger Gerringer Ann Greeson Ronald Hardy Ikey Huffman Paul Huggins Sarah Hughes Linda Ingle Calvin Isley Ronnie Isley Larry Jobe 62 Darlene Johnson Kenneth Jones Ricky Jones Winfred Justice Vickie Key Shirley Laws Jimmy Lea OF FANTASY INTO THE SENIOR-HIGH WORLD OF REALITY. Tommy Lewis Patricia Lowery Edward Loy Lina Marlette Kathy Miles Peggy Miles Steve Pearson Steve Reaves Linda Rich Nolan Robinson 63 Melanie Rumbley Dan Schoolfield Susan Sheahan Cheryl Shelton Ronald Shepherd Judy Simpson David Sloop FRESHMEN HAVE THE WINNING HOMECOMING FLOAT. Letha Stallings Buster Story David Teague Linda Varner Judy White Donnie Wimbish Roger Wimbish Pat Woodard Donna Young Debbie Yow 64 CONGENIAL TEACHERS HELP STUDENTS THROUGH YEAR. MR. JAMES BROWN teaches social studies, English, general science, and reading . . . assists the school safety patrol . . . and received an A.B. degree from Guilford College. MR. JOE PHILLIPS teaches English, health and physical education, social studies, and general s c i e nc e . . . serves as assistant football coach, girl ' s basketball c oac h , and track coach . . . and attended Lenior Rhyne. MR. WILLIAM HUGHES teaches Eng- lish, history, math, health and P. E., and science ... sponsors Junior Beta Club . . . serves as J. V. and Midget basketball coach, head baseball coach, and line coach of varsity foot- ball team . . . and has a A.B. degree from Elon. MISS KAREN B. WHITLEY teaches English, history, math, science, spelling, and reading . . . has A.B. de- gree from University of North Caro- lina at Greensboro. 66 Linda Baldwin, Brenda Barbee, Melba Belvin, Marilyn Boone, Kim Calton, Gail Chrismon, Darnell Clapp, Betty Clapp, Elvin Clapp, Judy Clark, Steve Dowd, Kerry Edwards, Charlotte Farrior, Michael Fogleman, Lena Sue Frye, Thelma Gerringer, Brenda Hawk, Eldrige Hawks, Braxton Hill, Jimmy Howerton, Mary Howerton, Martha Hudgins, Randy Hudgins, Ethel Hudgins, Debbie Hunter, Vickie Isley, Kenneth Jernigan, Bud Johnson, Gail Johnson, Sue Jones, Cindy Kellis, David Lea THE EIGHTH GRADE PREPARES FOR HIGH SCHOOL Kathy Lea, Elizabeth Lewis, Thomas Lewis, Linda Little, Nancy Little, Belinda Martin, Donna May, Gene May, Warren McSwain, Linda Moon, Richard Moore, Beth Morgan, Jane Morgan, Steve Murray, Janice Neese, Karen Norwood, Kathy Norwood, Deborah Overman, Elaine Pearce, Belinda Pierce, Linda Porter, Jerry Rice, Enos Roberts, Jasper Robertson, Peggy Shaw, Helen Shepherd, Dexter Shoffner, Sandy Small, Nancy Smith, Carol Sockwell, Danny Soots, Kathryn Thomas, Donna Tucker, Judith Under- wood, Harvey Walker, Starlette Walker, Lula Watkins, Travis White, Donnie Williams, Lisa Worley, Anthony Younger Larry Armstrong, Vance Atkins, Mamie Baldwin, Debbie Barber, Bobbie Barney, Mike Blythe, Theodore Bowen, Randy Brady, Linda Brookshire, Betty Byerly, Ray Clapp, Claudia Cook, Doug Davenport, James Doby, Carol Edmunds, Barbara Elkins, Vance Evans, Steve Fogleman, Drucilla Foster, Frances Gentry, Frank Gerringer, Janice Gerringer, William Gerringer, Patricia Greeson, Kenneth Groce, James Hagwood, Jerry Hardy, Emmett Hawks, Susan Hawks, Patsy Howerton, Jane Hughes, Bonnie Ingle, Dan Ingle, Myra Ingle, Deborah Jobe, Thomas Kleeberg, Sylvia Laws, James Little, Frances Loy, Becky Lucas o f til i 19 THE SEVENTH GRADE ENTERS A NEW PHASE. Ellen Manring, Mary May, Patsy Michael, Hope Miles, Robert Miles, Steve Montgomery, Becky Moore, Darryl Pettigrew, Allen Poe, Deborah Reeves, Gayle Rich, Wayne Rich, Claudia Riley, Allen Roney, Kathy Rook, Julia Scruggs, Robert Sheahan, Kay Shepherd, Wayne Sloop, Dale Stephenson, Brenda Strader, Vickie Summers, John Tickle, Sherrie Tickle, William Tickle, Jo Weisner, Doug Whitt, Claudia Worley, Sherrie Worley, Brookie Wyrick, Karen Wyrick, Debra Younger " Peggy, do you know how many kinds of matter there are? " asks Mr. Phillips during eighth grade science class. FROM SCIENCE TO ATHLETICS The seventh grade physical education class has a vigorous program, even tumbling. 69 The Junior Beta Club encourages better academic achievement. SCHOLARSHIP AND STUDIES INTEREST US. The Junior Varsity cheerleaders aid the athletic program by selling football pro- grams. Miss Ruth ' s class is truly hard at work on a history assignment. 70 Last spring, Eddie Schoolfield, Pres- ident; Myra Bailey, Vice-President; Dennis Shepherd, S e c r e t a r y ; and " Chuck " Kleeberg, Treasurer, were chosen as Student Council officers. Serving as anew advisor this year is Mr. Warrick. STUDENT COUNCIL BACKS SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. The Student Council, made up of representatives from all the clubs, consists of Vickie Overman, James Frye, Rodney May, Johnie Ingle, Jim Bennett, Deleno Flynn, Delinda Busick, Tommy Howerton, Steve Litten, Judie Miles, Vickie Sutton, Sara Childress, Ken Key, Don Bateman, James Ray, Jimmy Young, Ronnie Kellis, and Craig Fogleman. Mr. Bowen continues to serve as a stimulating sponsor. The ice-cream store is one of the main sources of income for the Student Council. Following in the tradition of outstanding council presidents is Eddie Schoolfield. 73 Johnie Ingle, Associate Editor, looks for unusual lay- outs in other annuals. THE YELL-O-JAK WORKS YEAR ’ROUND TO PRODUCE ANOTHER EXCELLENT YEARBOOK FOR 1965. Busy at work typing up copy to meet the deadline, are our typists, Mary Huffines and Lynda Lewis. Myra Bailey, Editor-in-Chief, posts the group-picture schedule on the bulletin board. Delinda Busick keeps track of annualfinances. Miss Livengood, sponsor, finding all in order, approves all annual pages. Dennis Shepherd, Evangeline Kivett, Susie Bradsher, and Linda Lowe ry (absent) label and alphabetize class pictures. Vickie Sutton, Feature Editor; Deleno Flynn, Sports Editor; and Susie Jones, Club Editor, rec- ord the year ' s activities for the annual. Tanya Apple, Advertising Manager, and James Ray, her assistant, oversee ad sales and draw off ad pages. THE B LACK A ND GOLD STIMULATES STUDENT THOUGHTS. Tommy Howerton, Editor-in-Chief, aft- er many hours of hard work, helps to turn out the best newspaper in G.H.S. history. Mrs. Lane, Advisor, proofreads stencils. The newspaper staff begins to run off the stencils for the next edition. The final step takes place as some staff members sell the first copies of the news- paper. Miss Livengood, Advisor of annual Making up t he Quill and Scroll are the members of the annual and newspaper staffs. Tommy Howerton, President; Steve Litten, Vice-Presi- dent; Linda Lowery, S e c r e t a r y , and Johnie Ingle, Treasurer, have served as our officers this year. QUILL AND SCROLL EMPHASIZES LITERARY TALENTS. President: James Ray Vice-President: Tanya Apple BETA CLUB: GOAL OF ACHIEVEMENT Treasurer: Don Bateman Advisor: Mrs. Wynne Myra Bailey Susie Bradsher Evangeline Kivett Rhonda White Johnny Lea 78 Miss York, student teacher, monitors two French students. FRENCH CLUBS LEARN FRENCH HISTORY AND CULTURE. " The console and headphones are valuable aids to the oral approach in teaching foreign languages, " says Miss Livengood, French Club sponsor. RT DE FRANCIS This bulletin board is an example of French culture. 79 Johnie Ingle, Tommy Howerton, Deleno Flynn, Myra Bailey, Tanya Apple, Ronnie Kellis, Don Bateman, and James Ray. Vice-President: Johnie Ingle Secretary: Treasurer: Ronnie Kellis Tommy Howerton Sammy Hughes, Johnny Lea, Susan Boyles, Ervin Mil- ton, Linda O ' Briant, Janis Wharton, Eva Tickle, Lois Clapp, and Rhonda White. President: Judie Miles Vice-President: Dennis Shepherd Secretary: Kenneth Key Treasurer: Steve Litten President: Vicki Overman Vice-President: " Chuck " Kleeberg Secretary: Amy Randolph Treasurer: Arron Lewis Hal Blalock, Mike Morgan, Ronnie Yow, Lynne Ausley, Sara Chil- dress, Laney Har rison, Ricky Sutton, Darrell Swanger, Charles Calligan, Linda M c L e an , Dean Fogleman, Michael Younger, Ellen Hart, Harriet Tickle, and Judy Lewis are enrolled in FRENCH I. Johnny Small, Billy Gillespie, Ronald Walker, Janie Roberts, Ernest Younger, Joe Burgess, Kay Wall, Wanda Summers, Bonnie Walker, and Doris Harper are also in FRENCH I. President: Rodney May Secretary: Larry Lashley Vice-President: Jimmy Young Treasurer: Peggy Allison 81 Doing kitchen chores are Delinda Busick, Secretary; Myra Bailey, President; Mary Huffines, His- torian; Vickie Sutton, Parliamentarian; Jean Groce, Reporter; Lynne Ausley and Ellen Hart, Song leaders; and Amy Randolph, Treasurer. FHA ATTENDS DISTRICT AND STATE RALLIES. At Gibsonville this year, we have a new home economics teacher and FHA sponsor, Mrs. Hoskins. These girls are eligible for membership in FHA since they have taken at least one year of home economics. The FTA gives students a new insight into the teaching profession. FTA HAS FACULTY TEA AGAIN. Planning club projects are Susie Jones, Parliamentarian; Delinda Busick, Vice-President; Amy Randolph, Treasurer; Vickie Sutton, For the second year Mrs. Primm has President; Larry Gerringer, Historian; and Susan Boyles, Secretary. sponsored our FTA. 83 Mr. Sutherlin encour- ages the development of a scientific mind. THIS IS ONLY THE THIRD YEAR FOR OUR G.H.S. SCIENCE CLUB. Johnie Ingle, Johnny Small, James Ray, Joe Burgess, Ronnie Yow, Tanya Apple, Jimmy Young, Janie Roberts, Rodney May, Craig Fogleman, Mike Morgan, Johnny Lea, and Ernest Younger compose our Science Club. I LIBRARY ASSISTANTS ARE INDISPENSABLE The Library Club is made up of Linda Fogleman, Johnny Graham, Tanya Apple, Myra Bailey, Mary Huffines, Hilda Brown, Tyson Helms, James Ray, Kay Riley, Libby Helms, Betty Moorefield, Susie Jones, and Douglas Sockwell, who work at least one hour a day in the library. Jimmy Young, President; Harold Billings, Vice-President; Joan Maymore, Secre- tary; and Johnie Ingle, Treasurer, are the officers for this year. | f f " § w i ! 1 1 1 j 1 LLif fTn fi l mui mil I frrajT f ifi j lull mm ki m WILL Mrs. Gerringer, sponsor, oversees both school libraries. This year the AC welcomes a new sponsor, Mr. Bowen. Eric Stewart, President; Edwin Apple, Vice-President; Clay Shep- herd, Treasurer; and Dennis Jones, Secretary, work on projects in the shop. MR. BOWEN BECOMES NEW AC SPONSOR. Donnie Wimbish, Jimmy Gerringer, Roger Wimbish, Billy Howerton, Roger Gerringer, Glenn Summers, Jeff Younger, Fred Michael, Ronnie Simpson, Bobby Willard, Calvin Sutton, John Martin, Calvin Isley, Melvin Brown, Jimmy Clapp, Doug Sockwell, Don Michael, Johnny Small, Jerry Baldwin, Howard Summers, Glenn Wimbish, Glenn Loy, Billy Chrismon, and Eddie Underwood are the 1964-1965 AC members. l M «ffT 1 A i ( m r i - - 86 Mr. Clayton, sponsor, impresses safety on the drivers. RESPONSIBLE DRIVERS MAN SAFELY G.H.S. BUSSES. Craig Fogleman, chairman, heads the Bus Club. Delivering students to and from school are Clay Shepherd, Harold Billings, Vernon Baity, Johnny Small, Glenn Summers, Ervin Milton, Steve Edmonds, Edwin Apple, Ronnie Simpson, Howard Summers, Johnie Ingle, Melvin Brown, Don Michael, Glenn Wimbish, Ronnie Walker, Johnny Graham, Doug Sockwell, and Donnie Wimbish. Along with the Band, the Glee Club presented an annual concert for the PTA on December 14. GLEE CLUB PRESENTS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM. Gathered around the piano singing folk songs are Susie Jones, Vice-President; James Frye, President; Linda Mabe, Secretary; Beth Blanton, Treasurer; Mary Huffines, Librarian; and Joan Haymore, Librarian. 88 Mrs. Primm, director of the Glee Club, insists on " flowing tones. " Sporting their new jackets, the G.H.S. band members practice in the new bandroom. G.H.S. SUPPORTS A GROWING CONCERT BAND. " Is everyone ready? " inquires Mr. Lewis, the director. After a hard practice, Judy Schoolfield, and Vicki Over- man, Majorettes; Amy Randolph, Secretary-Treas- urer; Chuck Kleeburg, President; Evangeline Kivett, Vice-President; and Ronald Montgomery, Li- brarian, return to their classes. The photographer paid a visit to a rehearsal of the Senior play given on November 20. SENIORS PRESENT " WHEN THE MICE ARE AWAY. o csistant- and Mi ' S. Lane, eded to oi os Among the committees was the scenery com- mittee who are seen here putting up the walls of the Fermoile home. FIRST ROW: Younger, Billings, Frye, Overman, Jones, Lewis, Sutton, Haymore, Younger. SECOND ROW: Michael, Yow, Sutton, May, Fogleman, Young, Bateman, Boyles. THIRD ROW: Lewis, Gerringer, Litten, Younger, Lea, Schoolfield, Ingle, Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Clapp, Hughes, Jones, Graham, Gillespie, Fogleman, Whitsell, Stewart, Bailey. MONOGRAM CLUB RAISES MONEY FOR JACKETS. Coach Sonny Clayton Jim Bennett, President; Joan Haymore, Vice-Presi- dent; Deleno Flynn, Secretary; Delmar Tilley, Treas- urer; Susie Jones, Reporter. 91 COACHES CONTINUE TO STRIVE FOR BETTER SPORTS AT G.H.S. Roy Clayton Head football and varsity boy ' s basketball coach. Bill Hughes Head football line and baseball coach. Joe Phillips Girl ' s varsity basketball coach, backfield coach of football, and track coach. The coaches proudly watch our boys scrimmage. 92 For the secon d year Miss Irma Dantzler has served as sponsor. Putting the finishing touches on the goal posts are Lynda Lewis, assist- ant chief, and Vickie Sutton, chief cheerleader. DYNAMIC CHEERLEADERS EVOKE ARDENT TEAM SUPPORT. The cheerleaders, Linda Mabe, Patsy Haymore, Vickie Sutton, Lynda Lewis, Susan Boyles, Wanda Summers, Susie Jones, and Sarah Hughes, would do anything for a picture. sX CRAIG FOGLE MAN Senior Right End All-Conference DELENO FLYNN Senior Right Halfback Stoneville 0 Allen Jay 7 Southeast Guilford 0 Yanceyville 0 Northwest Guilford 0 Football Gibsonville 39 Gibsonville 6 Gibsonville 21 Gibsonville 19 Gibsonville 14 94 Schedule Ragsdale 14 Gibsonville 7 Northeast Guilford 28 Gibsonville 14 Sumner 13 Gibsonville 6 Guilford 0 Gibsonville 20 Graham 26 Gibsonville 12 EDDIE SCHOOL FIELD Senior Defensive Guard JOHNIE INGLE Senior Tackle 95 BENNETT AND FRYE LEAD JACKETS IN SPLIT SEASON. THIRD ROW: Younger; Lashley; Robertson; Chavis; Jones; Belvin; Wall; Fogleman; Wood; Ray; Sloop; Swanger; Blalock; Wood; Bateman, manager. SECOND ROW: Coach Phillips; Younger, manager; Fogleman; Clapp; Litten; Lea; Young; Gillespie; Sutton; Over- man; Whitesell; Gerringer; Coach Hughes. FIRST ROW: Coach Clayton; Flynn; Yow; May; Graham; Tilley; Frye; Bennett; Fogleman; Ingle; Sutton. CO - CAPTAINS JAMES FRYE Senior Left Halfback All-Conference 96 JIM BENNETT Senior Tackle Debbie Yow; Joan Haymore; Sheryl Shelton; Carol Michael; Myra Bailey; Kay Wall; Peggy Miles; Linda Varner; LynnAusley; Lina Mar lette and Janis Wharton, Managers; Joyce Sockwell, Manager; Carol Lucas; Etta Chavis; Sharon Billings, Manager. SPIRIT AND HUSTLE STANDOUT ON JACKET TEAMS. Billy Gillespie, Butch Whitesell, Winfred Justice, Sammy Hughes, Coach Clayton, Jimmy Young, James Frye, Larry Lashley , Ronnie Yow, Ricky Sutton, Gerald Clapp, Johnny Graham, and Johnny Lea pose in the locker room. u WfB 1 Js SI -w 1 In ajx fDBB V I James Frye Jimmy Young Winfred Justice YOUNG AND MICHAEL LEAD THE JACKETS. Carol Michael Joan Haymore Frye, Whitesell, Justice, Tilley, Belvin, Lashley, Coach Hughes, Fogleman, Gilispie, Shepard, Stewart, Jones, Billings, Fogleman, Sutton--the 1965 baseball team. : jiviW Str„i! T . 1 li mm® Last spring, Dennis Jones, Harold Billings, and Craig Fogleman received all-conference trophies at the athletic banquet. Billings was designated " Most Valuable Player " and later, Fogleman was named " Most Improved " player. BILLINGS AND JONES MAKE ALL-COUNTY. Coach Bill Hughes 99 " Just wait until the spring thaw. I ' ll show you who can play tennis. " TENNIS AND TRACK BECOME POPULAR AT G.H.S Mr. Phillips has contri- buted much to our athletic program. Mike Morgan, Rodney May, Romiie Yow, Tommy Lewis and Deleno Flynn compose last year ' s track team. LYNDA LEWIS 104 HER COURT SPENDS A DAY IN FAIRYLAND Susie Bradsher Vickie Sutton Jeanette Doran Vicki Overman Peggy Miles 105 THE CROWNING OF JOAN HAYMORE, HOMECOMING QUEEN, Our " Green Freshmen " have a winning float! The game is the highlight of the night. AND HOMECOMING ACTIVIT IES ARE THE HIGHLIGHT OF FOOTBALL SEASON. The parade begins homecoming activities. Seniors built their last float. Beauty completes our homecoming. 107 CROWNED AS HALLOWEEN KING 108 AND QUEEN. VICKIE SUTTON REPRESENTS G.H.S. IN BURLINGTON CHRISTMAS PARADE, AND LYNDA LEWIS VIES FOR MISS HOLIDAY JUBILEE IN GREENSBORO. LYNNE BARBER WAS SELECTED AS OUR OWN MISS G.H.S. 1 10 Don ' t call us; we ' ll call you! All ready for the Junior- Senior, Jones-zy? Rub-a-dub dub! For punishment we scrub. Rod Casey and his merrymen Did you have fun, Susan B.? Vicki Overman, Mike Morgan, Lynne Barber, Beth Blanton, Linda Lowery, Evangeline Kivette OUR MARSHALS ARE INDISPENSABLE AT GRADUATION EXERCISES. 1 12 7 ' 4567 Jy £.x e rior. Ed • 2-4555- f r io America ' fom Europe Low •ervlre low prices on red in muslin . Dorsey ' s man- chairs and sell! , 306 E T rade_ j S2Q0, 4- 9376. . I Teed iumitur« ACME QU 100 N Code Interior DecoratloD Com planning service aod ei design Interior and «xl log aod paperiOtf w Call j lyour pain loric. f 7 FA U RANT ide St. Leonart jrth Dr. ' I Slmmon j mechanic. ruK f tli neon portable ■thfrn r. f re.asonabl{ [n your hojj Green staa Inca Rlchart ,12 N. XYDE 71 £srpert wet, 119 East P: WATCH 4 teed ' John Be todaX ' ■ps 3 47$ [TV % J |ex perience Tin J7V SERVICE t, guaranteed. • m« today w amk 3 4796 .•diBtsrvir rf ‘ ■A ' table ¥ . W fiber 9x1 1 J J •ESt— D ESK. Rf5EBATOR He t condition $75. 2-6! frYgE RATOR 9 _J apes. _2___pa I r flo r a[ E EZ EH (4 hole ) IgTdaire 10 H. " In Douglas Ample P arkin c SPINE T OR GAN J‘ Piano — Upright. A-l WELDON 1304 Pl irollna TV 4 Dowell Cal, .GgAkur Sr ITER u i 7 R avte U i?T do ALJ « and uphoi SSI thomj Morettead j M UHH014 B E S T W I S from DR. MRS. W. GLENN LEWIS SPRINGWOOD TEXTILE A INC. Extends Its Congratulations to the 1965 Senior Class Good lighting leads to better grades When it’s easier for young folks to see, it’s easier for them to learn. For proper study lighting use at least a 150-watt bulb. Keep work surfaces fre« of shadows or glare. Gibsonville, J Switch to Jjfgf , f electricity M L pKEPOW better life DUKE POWER North Carolina WAYNICK INSURANCE AGENCY Gibsonville, North Carolina COMMUNITY FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASS’N Part of All You Earn Is Yours to Save 708 S. Church Street Burlington, North Carolina Specializing in Traditional Menswear Women ' s Sportswear Summit Shopping Center Greensboro, North Carolina STRADFORD ' S DRAPERY SHOP Specializing in Window Styling Over 1000 Sample Patterns 243 E. Market St. Greensboro North Carolina Compliments of GILLIAM TIRE CO., INC. Burlington, North Carolina After High School attend BURLINGTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Secretarial, Accounting, and General Business Courses Phone CA 6-2262 Burlington, North Carolina Congratulations from Downtown and Cum-Park-Plaza Burlington, North Carolina FORD FLORIST 431 S. Spring St. Across from the Post Office Burlington, North Carolina Congratulations to the 1965 Seniors GENERAL TIRE SUPPLY, INC. Burlington, North Carolina Compliments of BURLINGTON GARMENT MFRS., INC. Ladies ' and Children ' s Fine Lingerie Burlington, North Carolina KIRK’S MOTOR COURT Telephone, Free TV’s Air Conditioned Large Swimming Pool 115 N. Church St. U. S. 70-A Burlington, North Carolina Compliments of GUILFORD FCX SERVICE 910 S. Elm. St. A Greensboro, North Carolina FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BURLINGTON Insured Savings Home Loans East Davis and Lexington Cum- Park- Plaza Burlington, North Carolina ECON-O-WASH Congratulations GIBSONVILLE DRUG COMPAN Y Prescription Service Cosmetics by Revelon Fountain Service Delivery Service Best Wishes from STALEY’S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 1833 S. Church St. Burlington, North Carolina Congratulations and Best Wishes from Headquarters for Diamonds, WADE’S JEWELERS Watches, Gibsonville, Jewelry, and North China Carolina Phone: 449-4949 ifonnratulations to the class of m 1965 ENGINEERED PLASTICS, INC. Gibsonville, North Carolina LIBERTY HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Full-fashioned and Seamless Hosiery Liberty, North Carolina and Gibsonville, North Carolina CONE Excellent job opportunities open up to those who aim high . . . Cone is looking for young people with initiative and imagination, who have set a challenging goal for themselves. If you aim high, we are interested in you! CONE MILLS CORPORATION " Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today.” EXECUTIVE OFFICES Greensboro, N C. FINISHING PLANTS Carlisle Greenville, S C. Greensboro Haw River. N C. MANUFACTURING PLANTS-Avondale, Clitlside, Greensboro, Forest City, Salisbury, Pmevi lie, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in North Carolina Greenville in South Carolina. (CONE THE CONE PLANT IN YOUR AREA IS MINNEOLA. GREENSBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS of 1965 DR. HOWARD L. LITTLE Pianos - Organs Instruments MOORE MUSIC COMPANY 615 W. Market Street Greensboro, North Carolina Glen Raven, North Carolina Compliments of GLEN RAVEN FABRIC SHOP Best Wishes from MR. MRS. C.L. ELLISON Compliments of ANDREW ' S SEA FOOD CO. Telephone: CA 7-7433 Worth and Morehead Streets Burlington, North Carolina MELVILLE DAIRY The Finest in Phone: CA 6-0215 Burlington, North Carolina Dairy Products Burlington, North Carolina ROXIE’S FLORIST 1733 North Church Street CLAPP ' S FOOD STORE Whitsett Street THE DAILY TIMES NEWS Gibsonville, North Carolina A. D. PATE and CO. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday By the Times- News Publishing Co., Inc. Burlington, North Carolina Producers of Quality Printing Since 1906 Burlington, North Carolina BURLINGTON ICE COMPANY, INC. Bag Coal-Fuel Oil Cold Beverages Telephone: CA 6-5439 - CA 6-3122 263 W. Webb Avenue Burlington, North Carolina CLAPP ' S NURSING HOME Asheboro, North Carolina Phone: MA 5-2074 Pleasant Garden, North Carolina Phone: AR 4-2252 Complete Line of Appliances CLAPP BROTHERS ' FURNITURE 139 E. Davis Street Burlington Phone: CA 6-2113 BOSTON SANDWICH SHOP Steaks- Chops- Short Orders Phone: 226-0266 261 W. Front St. Burlington EDDIE ' S TYPEWRITER SERVICE 127 North Main Street Phone: CA 7-2465 Burlington, North Carolina Yes — try ’em today at McDonald ' s. Find out just how good a Hamburger can be when made with care and prepared to your taste. McDonald ' s Ham- burgers are made of 100% pure beef — never fro- zen meat — but top quality beef ground fresh daily. They ' re served hot off the grill on toasted buns — the way you like ’em best. Plenty of parking ... no tipping . . . instant service . . . and the tastiest food in town at prices that please! North Church Street Burlington, North Carolina look for the golden arches - 1 k’-U’C lil.lLkll J it Me Donald ' s ZM © Summit Ave. Greensboro, North Carolina Phone: 227-2060 Burlington, North Carolina Compliments of REMNANT SHOP Cum- Park Plaza Burlington, North Carolina Compliments of GREENSBORO DAILY NEWS THE GREENSBORO RECORD For Service in Gibsonville, Phone 226-5036 BOONE FURNITURE STORE Gibsonville, North Carolina Extends Its Congratulations HEMPHILL FUEL SERVICE Congratulations to the Coal - Fuel Oil - Kerosene Phone: 449-4422 Gibsonville, North Carolina Senior Class of 1965 CITY TEXACO GARAGE Gibsonville, North Carolina Compliments of JENNINGS M. BRYAN AGENCY, INC. BOSTON CLEANERS and LAUNDRY Insurance That Protects Burlington, 422 S. Spring Street North Carolina Burlington, North Carolina R. L. MORGAN Daily Service LUMBER COMPANY " We Do It Better " Glen Raven, North Carolina ALAMANCE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS djj Mfc FOGLEMAN ' S rQQj GROCERY ' and Whitsett, SERVICE North Carolina STATION Compliments 202 W. Front St. of Burlington, North Carolina ZACK’S SHOFFNER ' S GROCERY FRANK ' S TIRE SERVICE Kelly Tires and Tubes, Route 1 Gas, Oil, and Recapping Liberty, North Carolina Whitsett, North Carolina PAMPER GIRL BEAUTY SALON H. M. TV SALES and SERVICE Phone BR 51012 Phone 449-4165 3205 E. Bessemer Ave. Burlington Road Greensboro, North Carolina Burlington, North Carolina THE TELEVISION CO. of BURLINGTON Compliments of Sales and Service Chas. J. Durham, Jr. 1761 W. Webb Ave. NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Burlington, North Carolina 311 Trollinger Street Burlington, North Carolina " Greensboro ' s Most Popular Sandwich Shop " West Market Street Extension Greensboro FIFTH STREET CLEANERS Burlington, North Carolina Phone: CA 6-4922 Norman Wood-Gibsonville Delivery HUEY’S BAR-B-Q, INC. For the Finest in Dining Barbecue, Seafood, Chicken, Steaks, and Short Orders Highway 87 West Route 4 Burlington, North Carolina REGAL DRY CLEAN SHIRT LAUNDRY 1603 South Church Street Burlington, North Carolina SHARPE JONES, INC. General Insurance 445 S. Spring Street-Box 100 Burlington, North Carolina Phone: 226-2484 Compliments of DOTTIE’S BEAUTY SHOP Burlington, North Carolina Congratulations to the Seniors of 1965 TIRE SALES COMPANY Burlington, North Carolina EDMONDS DRUGS Summit Shopping Center Guilford College Plaza Center McDuffie- Eubanks Greensboro, North Carolina THE BANK OF GIBSONVILLE Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Over Fifty Years of Service to Gibsonville and the People of the Surrounding Community Main Street Gibsonville, North Carolina ALLEN FURNITURE AND BOAT CO. Compliments of Evinrude Motors Sales and Service Burlington Rd., Greensboro, K North Carolina O U R Y’ Time to Paint JEFFREY ' S PAINT PAPER CO. Burlington, North Carolina s BEST WISHES from CITY BARBER SHOP Hal and George Hinton Visit Your SCHOOL STORE Ice Cream and School Supplies BROOKS -WILSON COMPANY " Smart Apparel for Women " 119 S. Greene St. Phone: BR 3-2736 Greensboro, North Carolina PAYNE OIL COMPANY INC. Congratulations from GOLDMAN ' S SHOES INC. 322 S. Main Street, Box 3277 Phone: 227-7435 Burlington, Burlington, North Carolina North Carolina Eat at the TASTEE FREEZE What-A-Burger, Delicious Sandwiches, Drinks, and Shakes No Waiting Prompt Service CLARK’S TASTEE FREEZE Compliments of DR. ALFRED L. BELL, JR. Gibsonville Burlington, North Carolina 3006 E. Market St. Phone 275-8015 Greensboro, North Carolina Your Order Will Be Ready When You Arrive Best Wishes from GIBSONVILLE INSURANCE CO. Wallace H. Owen, Agt. GIBSONVILLE RED WHITE SUPER MARKET Compliments of Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices Gibsonville, North Carolina DOCKERY LUMBER HARDWARE Your Hardware and ALAMANCE PRINTING CO. Building Materials 729 S. Main St. Phone CA 6-1881 Burlington, North Carolina Commercial Printing, Engraving, Headquarters and Photo Offset Greensboro, North Carolina JAMES F. HAYNES FURNITURE COMPANY WAGONER TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO. Williamson Avenue Elon College, North Carolina ALLIS-CHALMERS THORNTON FURNITURE CO. Greensboro, North Carolina " We Specialize in Special Orders " Northeast Shopping Center Greensboro, North Carolina Say goodbye forever to them because they’re unattractive, uncomfortable, unnecessary. Wear Glen Raven Panti-Legs® the sheer seamless stockings you wear to your waist. No more garter gap, bumps, bulges, no more garters to pop, break, get lost. Wear yours soon under or over your panty girdle. You ' ll be one stretch of nylon from toes to waist and everything you wear will look more glamorous. Only Glen Raven Panti-Legs® come in height-graduated sizes to fit you perfectly, give you comfort, beauty, much longer wear. $3.00 per pair, 2 pairs $5.90 Sizes: Junior Petite fits 4 ' 8 ' —5 ' Petite fits 5 ' — 5 ' 3 " Medium fits 5 ' 3 " — 5 ' 6 " Medium Tall fits 5 ' 6 " — 5 ' 8” Tall fits 5 ' 8 " and over. Fashion Colors: Available at SELLARS in Burlington GLEN RAVEN MILLS COBLE’S SPORTING GOODS BARTLETT " It Pays To Play " We carry a complete line of athletic equipment for both team and individual players, High School FUNERAL HOME Sweaters and Jackets in School colors. Greensboro, 24 Hour Ambulance Service North See us for complete Carolina funeral arrangements. (fi) Phone: 449-4176 Gibsonville, North Carolina 131 AUTO-PARTS-ELECTRIC, INC. 655 South Church St. Phone: 227-4287 Burlington, North Carolina MY HAT DRESS SHOP, INC. " Ladies Apparel to Treasure " 133-135 East Front Street Burlington, North Carolina Phone: CA 6-9342 Compliments of BARNHARDT ' S SALAD Burlington, North C olina CAROL’S STYLE CENTER CHIC ' S Appliance and TV Center E Ion College, Phone: 584-4491 942 Bessmer Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina North Carolina WBBB and WBBB-FM Best Wishes from 5000 watts in PETE’S GRILL Burlington, North Carolina Gibsonville, North Carolina Whitsett, North Carolina LOUISE ' S BEAUTY SHOP Extends Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1965 BEN FRANKLIN STORE Gibsonville, North Carolina " Miss Opal and Her Girls will be glad to serve you. " Alamance Street Gibsonville LAUGHLIN ' S FLOWERS Phone: 449-6109 " Flowers for or 449-4511 Any Occasion " THE WOODSHED Antique Shop Modern Picture Framing 426 N. Main St. Burlington, North Carolina Compliments of SERVICE BARBER SHOP Alvis C. Cheek Gibsonville, North Carolina PHIPPS HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. Sporting Goods 215 N. Elm St. Gift Department Greensboro, Johnson Outboard North Carolina Motors Best Wishes from WICKER ' S VARIETY STORE THE CHURCHES Brightwood E R Church Central Baptist Church The Christian Church The Church of God Evangelical Methodist Church First Baptist Church Friedens Lutheran Church The Gospel Center The Methodist Church Sharon Lutheran Church Springwood Presbyterian Church " But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness. " The words of Jesus Matthew 6:33 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Main Office 1 13 N. Greene St. Plaza Branch 1702 Battleground Ave. Summit Branch 1201 Summit Ave. Friendly Branch 617 Green Valley Rd. Four Seasons Branch 2005 Pinecroft Rd. Greensboro, North Carolina Best Wishes and Congratulations from HOLT HOSIERY MILL Glen Raven, North Carolina T.N. BOONE TAILORS Fine Made-to-Measure Clothing Formal Rental Service 221 S. Main St. Burlington, North Carolina Meet Your Friends At A GUILFORD DAIRY BAR Milk Shakes Sundaes Dairy Lunches Hot Dogs Sandwiches Wishes Best Wishes from DIXIE BELLE TEXTILES Ladies ' and Children ' s Panties, Slips, Sleepwear Best from FASHIONETTE DRESS SHOP ANDREWS DRUG COMPANY Burlington, N, C. R. Neal Jennings Registered Willie H. Jennings Pharmacists LYNCH OIL COMPANY 1609 W. Webb Ave., 813 W. Front St. Office Phone: CA 8-8811 Clarence Lowe: Salesman Phone: 449-4492 MARTIN ' S REPAIR SHOP Tractor, Small Engine, Auto, and Welding Phone: 449-4116 Good Luck from MARLENE ' S BEAUTY SHOP COLEMAN’S Compliments of HURSEY ' S COFFEE SHOP 437 S. Spring Street In Front of Post Office Burlington, N. C. STAGG SHOP THE DO- NUT SHOPPE and LUCAS ESSO SERVICE Complete Shop for Traditional Clothing Sero Shirts Glen Raven, XT ,, „ .. North Carolina VILLAGE ROOM John Meyrn Country Shirts Bass Weejuns London Fog Best Wishes to the Seniors of 1965 BOONE ' S SODA SHOP BURGER CHEF 1610 S. Church Street Burlington, North Carolina Next to City Park Compliments of HURSEY ' S BARBECUE Pound of Barbecue .... $1.50 Gibsonville, North Carolina MOSS PLUMBING Extends its Best Wishes to the 1965 Seniors Phone 449-4963 301 Main Street Gibsonville TICKLE FURNITURE Auto and Furniture Upholstery Phone: 449-4118 Soutfi£.xn -£ilz INSURANCE COMPANY " Guarding Your Future With a Policy for Every Member of the Family " PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Box 7607 3317 Spring Garden Street Greensboro, North Carolina " Come Alive " You ' re in the Pepsi Generation WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 119-121 West Main Street Gibsonville, North Carolina Phone: 449-4651 Best Wishes from BENNETT SALES G.H.S.’S JUNIOR BAND THE JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 138


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