Goldsboro High School - Gohisca Yearbook (Goldsboro, NC)

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I .L W QQHXSQQ Published by THE SENIOR CLASS Goldsboro High School GOLDSBOR0, NORTH CAROLINA FAYE SHRAGO, Editor J. C. BYRD, Business Manager ,fgw haf' awe 0 From early in September until late in January all roads lead to the smoke- filled attic on Park Avenue B., mecca of the hard working annual staff. For here are the winter quarters of the 1956 Gohisca Staff, the fantastic organiza- tion, which, for years, has been enthralling hundreds. Amid a welter of humans, animals, cages, and arenas, a veritable miracle unfolds before the hundreds of Annual fans. An idea conceived many months before comes into being. Carefully studied plans and quick improvisations are blended imperceptibly into a fascinating whole that even those respon- sible for the spectacular end-product are not aware of the exact nature of the process. As the day for departure from quarters draws near, activities in the crowded attic become more frenzied. New problems constantly arise. Exas- perations of all sorts are commonplace. There is a great burst of final effort all over the place. Nerves become jangled and tempers are severely tested as the pressure mounts. The winter quarters become a scene of utmost confusion. It seems impossible that this wild scramble could be productive. But, surprisingly enough, out of this tumult and disorder, a beautifully coordinated and perfectly presented, 1956 Gohisca, more thrilling and more gorgeous than any of its predecessors, will be born on time. X fx, Q 9 Vx 1 w uw .N '- 11,1 . rv ' Hw- Hm H1 MLW , A 1'1,,,,j1SW H H. mum " "ggi "ff " " "N V ' . 1 , , uw" ww an ,-D1 K, QQ, . A sm' ' ,,,',,M',..'1f-M513 H H my W mx v , . ww mga I Si W M.: ,1,1W?:v?j'.. H 1 SE -P- , 5 Wig H m . I m twink effiwziu w x Wu x H 1 1 M ik MISS ELIZABETH F. GRANT X. 'I 1 x and g, rati- WM1 admirahon e 956 Gohis-ca to Kb? Gmnt Miss Ehzabe 417 ,, -1 ,- x , 1 5 17 ude, we dedicate do 1 'l These Seniors are enjoying one of their many Spanish Club activities. As Juniors we planned a big dance- the Junior-Senior 1' ill' "' In Radio we learn many things. Here we are V making props for "The Shepherd's Song" will o i ' ,B-v. "A Night In The theme was MEA? AA' N- Q' X SEN! GDS 32 Q N ,V ff X fi ' 1 K' J. C. BYRD Vice President JOHNNY ALLEY President 2 " 5 CAROL WILLIF ORD C"""'P BOBBY HARRINGTON Treasurer Recording Secretary K X 3: N f7K ,f ' 'gy 1 U 19939 :Y 'WN X F AYE SHRAGO N Corresponding XQZ' Secretary pl X e f" I Z2 o p 7, Seaman Offeeefw cl QL X A L COLOR .,,,.e,,,,, ,,,,,,, Y ellow and White B ff: FLOWER ..... --Q----- .... - Yellow Daffodil N7 MOTTO ,,,,... --- "Rise To Serve" if ' is JOHN GRANVILLE ALLEY A friendlier, more gracious person is rarely found. Class Parliamentarian lg Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 3g Stunt Night 3, Recreation Committee 3g Homecoming Parade Chairman 3, NHS 4g Class President 4g French Club 3, 4, Cohisca Staff 4. BILLY AUSTIN A wise man reflects before lie speaks. Goldmasquers 3, 4, State FHA Convention Production, Eastern Carolina Drama Festival A. F. -rf: if ?7.fTB'fF I .fi QQ' Xcrsfl grim, -.uh-, '45 A ,l WILLIAM LEE BAGWELL My business and my art is living. Goldmasquers 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES HENRY BARBER, J R. Nothing can come out of the artist that is not in the man. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4g Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Varsity Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4-g Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 1, 35 Mixed Chorus 4g French Club 3, 4, Goldmasquers 4. JOHN T. BELL Behind his smile lies-who knows- Gohisca Staffg Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, State Drama Festival 3, "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 1, 29 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3. WILLIE DEAN BEST Beware, I may do something sensational yet! Goldmasquers 45 SA Representative 1, 25 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3g Gohisca Advertising Staff 1, 2, 3g Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 33 Reception Committee 4g Spanish Club 3, Gohisca Co-Superlative Editor 4g Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. Ili , N ES , E NUM. ,iff ' W JAMES RUSSELL BLACK His character is a diamond that scratches eu- ery stone. Assembly Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 35 Honor Value System Committee Chairman 3, 45 JV Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 SA Vice Presi- dent 35 Stunt Night 1, 2, 35 Golclmasquers 2, 3, 4, '4Shepherd,s Song" 3. BOBBY ALLEN BROCK Beware of a quiet man. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Mari- sour Award 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Goldmas- quers 2, 35 SA Committee 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES BLYTHE BROWN Personality, the greatest of qualities, costs so little. Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, '6Shepherd's Song" 2, 3, 4, State Drama Fes- tival 35 French Club 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Club 4. RANDALL BRAY Mach could be said of him, if one could read his mind. Homeroom Magazine Chairman 3. MARY SCOTT BEST Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the Soul. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 35 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Point Secretary 35 Community Service Committee 2, 3, Chairman 35 French Club 3, 4, Vice President 45 Marshal 45 NHS 3, 4, President 45 Quill and Scroll 45 EDNCSCC 3. WILLIAM ARTHUR BISSETTE Every brave man is a man of his word. Varsity Club 3, 4, Vice President 45 JV Foot- ball 15 Varsity Football 3, 45 Recreation Com- mittee, Co-Chairman 45 Junior-Senior Decora- tions Committee, Co-Chairman 35 Athletic Committee 25 Lost and Found Committee 15 Board of Elections Committee 35 Hi. News Staff 45 Co-Circulation Manager. i A-, SALLY RUTH BROWN Give her a task and it will be done, Un- daunted she holds, Till the race is well won. Manteo High School lg Colclmasquers 2, 3, "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3, Art, Stage 2, 3, GAA 2, Bulletin Board Committee 2, Spanish Club 2, 3. STEPHEN HUNT BROWN Speak of Jacobs, ladder and he would ask how many steps there were. GHS Band 1, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 3, 4, East- ern N. C. Band Clinic 3, 4, JV Football 2, Hi-News Photographer 2, Photography Com- mittee. I 1 'l . ' M , '1 H H WH N'.w""S??1e?9eu" ' N We ,H U Y -H I ,,.Y,-- , -----Ta. lhm H H , MERIBETH ANN BUNCH The noblest contribution which anyone can make for the benefit of posterity is that of good character. Marshal 4, Class Treasurer 2, Coldmasquers 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Point Secretary 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, 4. JULIAN CLARENCE BYRD Sincerity is the keynote to success. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, French Club 3, 4, Class Vice President 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 4, Marshal 4, NHS 3, 4, Gohisca Business Manager 4. JEWEL RAE CAPPS The only way to get a friend is to be one. DE 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, GAA Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL JOYCE CARSON Chatter, chatter all through the day-'tis no wander her teachefs hair is grey! Raleigh 1, 2, Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 3 .... GAA 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, 4, SA Recording Secretary 4, Cheerleader 4, Junior-Senior 3, Social Committee 3, Gohisca Art Staff 4, NHS 4, Homeroom Officer 3. RK L: if GORDON TAYLOR COMES Whafs the use of living if you can't enjoy yourself? Varsity Club 3, 4, J V Football 3, Varsity Bas- ketball 4, Varsity Baseball 4, Goldmasquer 2, French Club 3, 4, SA Representative 2. MARY LOUISE COMPTON Her very fingers hath music in them as they run across the keys. Hi-News Advertising Staff 3, 4-, Feature Edi- tor 4, GAA 1, French Club 3, 4, GHS Band 1, 2, Mixed Chorus Pianist. OSCAR MERL COUs1Ns Every man. should measure himself by his own standards. DO 3, 4. FRANCES JONES CREECH For friendliness will conquer all. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Goldmas- quers 4, International Relations Committee 1, Lunchroom Committee 4, Scrapbook Com- mittee 4. CARRIE CARTER Her words are few but well chosen. FHA 1, DE 3, 4. CHARLES HENRY CAULK No man can climb out beyond the limitations of his own character. DO 3, 4, Homeroom Officer l. ffiffa Q' l111iii"l-ll' -du H ef ,L it it it it A M ELIZABETH ANN CROSS Plain sense rarely Ieafls us astray. GAA 13 Latin Club 1, 2g Community Service Committee l, 2, 4g French Club 3, 4, Secre- tary 43 Stunt Night 33 Marshal 43 Gohisca Superlative Editor 43 Class Scrapbook Com- mittee 4. VINCENT ELLINWOOD CROW A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. Latin Club 3, 4g Marshal 43 Home-room Offi- cer l, 2, 3. WILLIAM ROLAND DAIL Easy come, easy go. Varsity Football Manager 23 Wrestling 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Board of Elections Corn- mittee 3, 4g Stunt Night 2, 33 Gohisca 2, 4, Advertising Staff 2, Assistant Managing Edi- tor 4g Goldrnasquers 2, 3, 4, State Drama Fes- tival. ALLEN GRAY DANIELS He always fights his way to win the game, and never thinks himself to win the fame. Junior Class Vice Presidentg Sports Editor of Gohisca 43 Varsity Club 3, 43 Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4g Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 JV Foot- ball and Basketball 1, 2g French Club 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3g Goldmasquers 2, 3g Sports- manship Award 4. MILDRED DAVIS Smile and the world smiles with you. Future Homemakers of America 1, 2. SYDNEY ALTON DEANS Men of few words are the best men. Building and Grounds Committee 43 Home- room Officer 2, 3. 3. I "ff I I - We MW, WI, rrzmiiiise FRANKLIN DELANO DENISE I ain't lazy-I just haoerft jounfl a suitable occupation. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Cinderella" 2, State Festival Plays 2, "Shep- herd's Song" 3g Grounds Committee 33 Latin Club 1. SHIRLEY J EAN DENNING It doesn't pay to take life so seriously. FHA lg GAA lg Glee Club 1, 2, Community Service Committee lg Correspondence Com- mittee 4fg Stunt Night 1, 2, 39 SA Representa- tive lg Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. u CYNTHIA RosE DENNY She knows how to do things, and does them well. I Latin Club l, 25 Goldmasquers 2, 3, "Shep- herd's Song" 3g GAA lg French Club 3, 45 Marshal 4g Gohisca, Faculty Editor. JOHN ROBERT EAKES A little mischief now and then is relished by the best of men. Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3g French Club 3, 43 Junior-Senior Decorating Committee, Gohisca Advertising Staff 4. -nuff WILMA GRAY DEANS Quietness has strong points. Clee Club 1, 2, 4. Jon MARTIN DEBRUHL A combination of wise and otherwise. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Second Lieutenant 3, 4g Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Stunt Night lg French Club 3, 4. " ,ms-awe ' W 'C-""' I m SUZANNE RAWLINGS EDGERTON Go ahealfl-have fun at my expense. Goldmasquers 4, "Shepherd's Song" 45 GAA 1, 2, 3g Cohisca Assistant Faculty Editor 45 Junior-Senior Decorations Committee 3g FHA 1, 2, 3g Stunt Night 1, 2, 3. MARv1s ANNE EDWARDS A clever girl full of song, as merry as the day is long. Majorette 1, 2, 3, Head 43 Goldmasquers 1, 2, "Shepherd's Song" 25 Spanish Club 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 4g Bulletin Board Committee 1, Devotional Committee 4. n H tw , H w H, mm A N iuiluiix' ,vm ' 'EQIH "il u -. - .A L. 'E' 5 H ' fe 'A v." ' ' Q ..! Q Q1 sift wr' - , ,ll 'BM ,W 'zszihi' N-J M" Q ,, arm , u H SN :iliiilai H NETA KAY ELLIS I f it'.s fun let's do it. FHA 1, Goldmasquers 2, 33 SA Representa- tive 2g Reception Committee 4-g Homeroorn Officer 1, 2, 3. JACK DEMPSY FAIL Sportsmanship and courage lead a great part in life. JV Football 13 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4g Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, JV Basketball 1, 2g Varsity Basketball 33 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4-g Most Valuable Player Award 4. SAMUEL RAY FANN If I could only do the things I think of. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Lost and Found Committee 1, Homeroom Officer 1, 2. PHILLIP WINSTON FARMER His future is cz glow of possibilities. Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Shepherds Song" 2, 3, 43 Class Parliamentarian 3g French Club 3, 45 Marshal 43 SA Treasurer 45 Gohisca Advertising Staff 4. l lt l'lfwWwQ35 'tWt'ililll'Xtl'f'VW , n it W,.itAlslullffAitAitv2i!lll-+3lilll1tltA ff' 'li ffl ill? 'itll uf lt , 4 W., H r, 4 ll, X. l ft . -1. Y vw E 1 rf? 1 Q M lim F l wx ll A A ,.,., A ,,. ws'-rl'willllll ul l , A U rl ' 2, sg llyf,sel53?fSl0lfl!flAl,g, lrrqruul w w t -2::-: r,,-,gg:w'.f4.. vu w- H ii H U i i f I ir li 552 bi llgljallpiillsggiis w N ww i ff UslTtg'5i'Wr'i..Il'iliEili"f!' II- Y AW JULIA BLANCIIE FRICK The woman is wise who speaketh jew things. Latin Club 15 FHA 35 Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Cafeteria Committee 15 Librarian 25 Homeroom Officer 1. PATRICIA LEE GARNER There is not a moment without some duty. FHA 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 45 Devotional Committee 35 NHS 3, 45 Marshal 45 Co-Snapshot Editor of Gohisca 45 SA Corresponding Secretary 45 Community Service Committee 25 .lunior-Senior Commit- tee 3. JEAN GATES A smile is partial beauty won. Homeroom Officer 2, 35 DE Club 4. BARBARA JEAN GINN They that govern the most make the least noise. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 45 SA Representative 2, 35 Library Club 45 Gold- masquers 35 Junior-Senior Refreshment Com- mittee 35 Stunt Night 3. K 1 CAROLYN ANN FORD Doing good is the only certain happy action of a womarfs life. Latin Club 1, 2, Recording Secretary 15 French Club 3, 45 Stunt Night 1, 35 Com- munity Service Committee 35 Board of Elec- tions Committee 45 Marshal 45 Gohisca Ad- vertising Staff 45 Exchange Editor of Hi News 4. LARRY GENE FREDERICK He's one of those all-round boys so rarely found. JV Football 15 JV Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 1, 2, 35 Coldmasquers 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 SA Representative 1, 2, 4. 4 1 A, l , 4 . ' I :ef , p v ' , , my W . ,I L- ,GL 'Q Jim L X . an Z 1 ,I r I if Q. mil' ' A 3 5. jf., M ,-QL:-: V 1 V V ' 1 'I . re ' . . r It I HH Q 0 1 ,I ,J ,I II , ,-..v - LINDA GLENN One that is welcome everywhere Albany High School 1, 2, 35 History Clubg Typing Club, Shorthand Club, Junior Classi- cal Leagueg Region AA Tennis Champion. BETTY LOU GOODMAN Quiet, gentle, and refined, always thoughtful and very kind. Selma, N. C. lg Marshal 4g SA Representa- tive 3g Spanish Club 3, 4, Homeroom Officer. TIT7' '1 v H. H. H. f .. ' f H NIcHLoUs DOUBD GWATNEY All great people are dyingg I don't feel so well myself. SA Council 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Board of Elections 2g Social Committee 39 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. EDMOND EUGENE HALES All great men were not six feet tall. Varsity Club 2, 3, 4-9 Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4-5 NCAA Wrestling Champion 2g Runner-up 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. MARY FRANCES HALES A friendliness that can't be measured. Mixed Chorus 4g Glee Club 3, Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3. ROBERT LEE HARRINGTON A rare mixture of seriousness and frivolity. Annual Staff 45 Athletic Committee 2g Junior- Senior Decorating Committee 35 Stunt Night lg Goldmasquers 4g Senior Class Treasurer 45 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. ADA LoIs HERRING Calmly and peacefully she treads life's way FHA 1, 2, Officer 3, 4g Homeroom Officer 1 2, 3. SHIRLEY JEAN HERRING Silence never yet betrayed anyone. DE Club 3, 4, Associate President 35 Recrea- tion Committee lg Homeroom Officer 1, 3. JACQUELINE HILL She knows how to do things and does them in a big way. Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Chorus 35 FHA lg Goldmasquers 2, 3g GAA 1g Stunt Night 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 1, 3, 4. BOBBY GENE HINsoN He may be little but we know he's there. Goldmasquers 2, 3. 4, State Drama Festival 3g Stunt Night 1, 2, 3g Wrestling 13 Baseball 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. BETTY ALICE HART Impossible is a word I never use. Marshal 45 Cohisca Advertising Staff 4g Gold- masquers 2, 3, 4'Shepherd's Song" 3g Girls' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4-g Librarian 35 Student Conductor 45 French Club 3, 43 Junior-Senior Refreshment Committee 35 Stunt Night Committee 3g Correspondence Committee 4g Homeroom Officer 3. WILLIAM E. HENRY The greatest works are the simplest, so are the greatest people. Intramural Basketball and Football 1, 23 Cold- masquers 2. 3, 45 Community Service Com- mittee 1g Athletic Committee 1, 2, 3. if if I Q ,,1ll 2 155 SHIRLEY ANN HINSON Who would know her without her pleasing smile. Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4. 6lSl'lPDl1l?I'd.5 Song" 33 SA Representative 2, 3g GAA 3, 4-3 Stunt Night 13 Marshal 43 Homeroorn Officer 2, 3. NORWOOD GLENN HOOD I can say a neat thing myself, if they will give me the time. Varsity Club 3. 4, President 43 ,IV Football 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Colclmasquers 2, 43 Homeroont Officer 1, 2, 3, 4-. wx- 4 3 2' -, GN EDNA JEWEL HOWARD W ho knows her knows a friend. Coldmasquers 1, 2, 3, 4g Bulletin Board Chair- man 23 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 43 GAA 1, 23 "Shepherd's Song" 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior-Senior Decorations Committee. NANCY DAWSON HOWARD Her good nature and friendliness will take her all the way. GAA lg FHA 1, 23 Gohisca Staff 43 Hi-News Advertising Staff 43 Foreign Relations Com- mittee 4g Junior-Senior Decorations Commit- tee. RACHEL LLEWELLYN HOWARD She tries the luxury of doing good. Hugh Morson High, Raleigh 1, 2, 33 Home- room Officer 4. WILLIAM BRYANT HOWELL A handful of common sense is worth a barrel of learning. JV Football 1, 2g JV Basketball 23 Varsity Football 43 Varsity Club 4g Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 State Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3g Coldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Shep- herd's Song" 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH ANN JACKSON To hear her talk and see her smile, her list of friends will run a mile. Coldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, Property Chairman 3, "Shepherds Song" 2, 3g Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 39 Stunt Night 35 Gohisca Snapshot Co-Editor 4g Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 4g SA Representa- tive 1. EVANDER MORRIS JENNETTE I don't know where l'm going, but l'm on my way. Goldmasquers 4, Homeroom Officer 1, Grounds Committee 2. CEDRIC JOHNSON Goodness does not consist in greatness, but greatness in goodness. Varsity Football 3, 4g Varsity Baseball 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN JONES Whatever she undertakes, she strives to do the best. FHA 15 GAA 1: Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Point Secretary 4, "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3, 43 Span- ish Club 3, 4, Officer 4g Lunehroom Com- mittee 1. , 2 VE 1 N, st, it r HMWQM HENRY GRADY HOWELL The best of noblest minds are those set to- ward high ideals. JV Football 1, 2g JV Basketball 2: Varsity Football 4g Varsity Club 4g Building and Grounds Committee Chairman 4g Class Presi- dent 2g Latin Club 1, 2g French Club 3, 4, President 4g Marshal 45 NHS 4g EDNCSCC 1. MARY LOU HULTS Give her a problem and she will give you its solution. Latin Club 2, Secretary 2, Devotional Com- mittee 3, 4, Chairman 4g Scholarship Com- mittee 3, 4g Gohisca Advertising Co-Chair- man 4. 411 1 I HELEN MAE JONES She enters the room voice first. FHA 1, 4, FHA Pageantg GAA 1, Goldmas- quers 2, 4, "Shepl1erd's Song" 23 Stunt Night 35 Junior-Senior Committee 35 Social Com- mittee 3, 4-3 Gohisca Advertising Staff 4g Homeroom Officer. KARL GENE JOYNER Good nature anrl good sense go all the way. Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Decorat- ing Committee 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2g Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. pug., 2:5 Q, 'ira- 4 uw H N w !f1'I"P'lQ' it N---nf... Hmint-Awww"..Wmwww""wu..' u H N... ,,,"',1ot,.. Noll' H.. ,Muon Q ' 'if 'N H ll. fi? at -3' .QI: . I YQ., K Eui i C ll: ' 1. Q JAMES HERMAN KING, JE. Measure not a man by his stature, remember Napoleon was a small man. Coldmasquers 2, 33 DO 4, SA Representa- tive 1. SONYA TREU KNIGHT She will outstep all praise and make it stand behind her. GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Band 1, 2, East Carolina Band Contest 2g Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3, State Drama Festival 3g Stunt Night 1, 2, 3g Recreation Committee 2. LEONARD WILKINGS KORNEGAY A quiet boy is a rarity. DO 4. ALICE SUE LAHP. True worth is in being, not seeming. FHA 13 GAA 15 French Club 3, 43 Junior- Senior Committee 35 Annual Advertising Staff 45 Marshal 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Stunt Night Committee 3. 6-af 1 HARRY EUGENE LINDSAY, JR. Wherever there is noise and fun, I'll be there. McCormick High School l, 25 Wrestling 3, 45 Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Club 45 Finance Committee 45 Recreation Committee 45 Home- room Officer 4. BILLIE RAY LITTLE He is wise who speaks not much. DE Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Lunchroom Committee 3. IVY ANN LOCKEY I love to wind my tongue up, and I love to let it go. FHA 1, 2, 4, Reporter 45 Community Service Committee 1, 2, 45 Stunt Night Committee 1, 2, 35 Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 3, 45 Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3. JOYCE MARIE LUCAS A neat appearance is a valuable asset. FHA 15 French Club 3, 45 Social Committee 2, 3, 45 Junior-Senior Refreshment Commit- tee 2, 35 SA Representative 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 1. We fs I uiff' ', V K .ci II 'I H . I I I ,t,tI . , , I 15325912 '-mi Ii M 3, ,II 1 I wIII N8 ,, I I BILLIE FRANCES LASSITER Intellect and grace make a perfect woman. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 25 Sports Leader 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice President 25 Key Recipient 25 Class Rec. Secretary 35 Reception Committee Chair- man 35 Assistant Marshal 45 NHS 3, 45 EDNCSCC Secretary 45 Gohisca Organization Co-Editor 4. ARNOLD LEDER Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found by seeking. Goldmasquers 1, 2, Business Manager 33 Stunt Night 35 Assembly Committee 2. liege 'II IIj,.gg,,, 1: ,S - A' Zia EEEXEIII HI iine -.- CARL EDWIN MALPASS A quiet man with sober, steady ways. .IV Football 1, 25 Wrestling 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 SA Repre- sentative 2, 3, 45 Athletic Committee 15 Mixed Chorus 4. MARLENE MALPASS 0.K., teacher, you can talk now-I've finished. Coldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Shephercl's Song" 2, 3, 45 Co-Chairman .lunior-Senior 35 Gohisca Assistant Editor 45 SA Representative 25 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 4. -P-'A I YT? 'E' mls- THoMAs FEILD MARROW Knowledge is a treasure but practice is the key to it. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Basketball 1, 2, 4, Co-Captain 25 Varsity Club 3, 45 Class Treasurer 15 Class President 35 NHS 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 -Elections Committee 35 SA Representative 1, 25 lrlomeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. BARBARA LEIGH MASSENGILL Her qualities make up for her inches. Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 25 Cleo Club 1, 25 DE Club 2, 35 Correspondence Committee 3. HUGH GORDON MAXWELL, III I've laid aside my business and have gone fishing. JV Football 25 Varsity Football 35 Varsity Club 3, 45 SA Council 1, 25 Homeroom Offi- cer 1, 2, 3, 4. EVELYN JOYCE MCCARTER There never was an unhappy redhead and she wouldn't change convention. Goldmasquers 35 FHA 1, 25 Junior-Senior Committee 1, 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Devotional Committee 45 Com- munity Service Committee 1, 25 SA Repre- sentative 1, 2. LEROY MCLAWHORN, J R. I might as well take my time, there's a whole life ahead of me. Raleigh, N. C. 13 DE Club 2g Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. ' MARY HELEN MINTON Friendliness is the keynote of a good per- sonality. FHA lg Girls' Glee Club 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Spanish Club 3, Officer 45 DE Club 4. WILLIAM DOUGLAS MITCHELL He packs his troubles in a box, sits on the lid and smiles. Band 2, 3, 4g Stunt Night 1, 2g Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3, Lost and Found Committee 15 Flag Committee 1, Senior Fi- nance Committee 4g Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. MARY FRANCES MooR1Nc Dignity is the Crown of a well-bred woman. Gohisca Staff, Senior Editor 4, Hi News Staff 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports Editor 2, 3, Business Manager 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, 1955 Girls' State 35 GAA lg Junior-Senior Decorations Committee 39 Reception Committee 2, 49 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4g Class Stunt Night Queen 1, 2. CONSTANCE FULLER MCINTYRE Not over-serious, not frivolous, but a rare good girl. GAA lg Latin Club 1, 2, 3g French Club 3, 4g Marshal 4g Social Committee lg Commun- ity Service Committee 25 Gohisca 4, Advertis- ing and Make-up Staff, Hi News Staff 43 Stunt Night 1. BILLY GREY McLAwHoRN He's silent and safe. Building and Grounds Committee 3, D0 3, 4. 'QW it Cs EDNA EARLE MOZINGO As many good points as a pack of pins. FHA 2, 3, 43 Gohisca Advertising Staff 43 Junior-Senior Refreshment Committee 3g Gold- masquers 43 Correspondence Committee 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Social Committee 4. CLAUDE THOMAS MURRAY Honor lies in honest toil. Goldmasquers 1, 2, 43 DE 3, 4, Editor and Promotion Manager 3, Associate President of Eastern District DE Club 3g Homeroom Offi- cer 3. 3-4 'CT My ,., .,-1 ,W all F 'E' af REBECCA JEAN MYERS The best work is done by the quiet people. FHA 1, 2g Goldmasquers 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Library Club 3, DE Club 4. GORDON NELsoN That came what may I shall do my best. Goldmasquers 23 DE Club 3, 4. NELL NEWELL Carefree, gay, and full of fun. Glee Club 1, 2g DE Club 43 Recreation Com- mittee 13 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. JULIA IRENE NEWSONE Her life is not life at all without delight. New Hope High School 1, 23 Coldmasquers 33 GAA 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 3. -we - Y ' yu.uLm.uWnv5ig.el, N. .I ,, ut . mam In It L .U L U, . L . L- F, VL-L ' 1 'F , L, WILLIAM MARION PARKER He is good that does good for others. Wrestling 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Committee Chairman 4. FANNIE MAE PARKER When it is done by her it will be done well. GAA lg FHA 1, 2, 3g DE 4g Homeroom 1,2, 4. JYME PASCHALL Her voice is like the lark's and her smile is like the sunshine. Goldmasquers 25 DE Club 2, 3. ARCHIBALD HANES PATE, JR. A friend to everyone. Homeroom 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball lg Wrestling 35 Band 3, 4, SA Representative 1, 2. SULA CARROL NEWTON Friendliness like hers needs no words. Colclmasquers 3g Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 33 Community Service Committee 1: Library Club 3, 4, President 4, Delegate to State Convention 3g Delegate to District Meet- ing 3. PRENTIS HAROLD O7TUEL He either finds equality or makes iz. SA President 4, SA Parliamentarian 2g State SA Vice President 45 Exchange Student to Finland 3, Varsity Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4g Quill and Scroll 3, 4g Marshal 4g NHS 3, 4, Coldmasquers 2, 8, 4, World Peace Essay Winner 1. X I I 4 :tu I.,-2 L LOREN HORATIO PATE, JR. He acts as if it were impossible to jail-that makes his success. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 44 NHS 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Marshal 43 Coldmasquers 2, 3, 4g Board of Election Committee lg For- eign Relations Committee 23 Scrapbook Com- mittee 3g Junior-Senior Program Co-Chairman 33 Stunt Night 2, 3. BETTY JEAN PEELE She has that gift of gifts, that Of making friends. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Leader 2, 3, President 4g FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4g Reception Committee 4g Stunt Night 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. F ww, ,. ,,,. ,,,. , , ,. A 8' B-'W 'Q'f'ss.7 , :. Sli T- it 'Ip -T , , M f"'R 'x..f""'i 4 ai EDGAR ALLEN PENUEL Happy, contented, he jogs along. DE Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 4, Homeroom Officer 1, 2. EDWARD LEE PILKINGTON A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, State Drama Festival 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4g Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 33 Stunt Night 33 Base- ball lg Homeroom Officer 1, 2. BETTY JOYCE PITTMAN She has an abundant good nature and a sunny smile. Library Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Library As- sistant 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 1, 2. PATRICIA ANN POTTER She never had much to say, just the same sweet girl every day. "Shepherd's Song" 2, Glee Club 25 Junior- Senior Committee 2, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. t. I gg, , ,N it M W t1,,t1,,,t.tkgH,tT,,.A!,,t K: it mall " ' 'N' "1'Nm'e'2f,'2 ' M it TAL, , 1 W W W H I ""'lssaW,.",,."I,J' RICHARD SHIRLEY PROCTOR To do the most with the least effort. Latin Club 1, 2, 3g Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, State FHA Convention Production 3g Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 33 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. LoUIs TALMADGE QUINN The more he saw, the less he spoke. DE 3, 4. ROBERTA LEE RAYNOR My style and my sentiments are my own, purely original. Latin Club 1, 2, 3g Spanish Club 3, 43 Gold- masquers 2, 3, 4, State Festival Plays 33 "Shepherd's Song" 2g Senior Scrapbook Com- mittee 4g GAA 1, 23 Gohisca Advertising Staff 2, 33 Community Service Committee 1, 2, 33 Lunchroom Committee Chairman 4. ROBERT Rrccs Why take life seriously, we never get out of it alive. Goldmasquers 2, 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 3, 43 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA LEE POWELL She may be small but it doesnt cramp her sty e. FHA lg Goldmasquers 2, 3, "Shephercl's Song 33 Cheerleader 3, 43 Gohisca Staff 43 Junior- Senior Program Committee 3g Stunt Night Committee 1, 2g Homeroom Officer. WILLIAM EDGAR POWELL Always jolly, quiet and carefree, life may be dull but never he. Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Dance Band 2, 3, 43 Eastern N. C. Band Clinic 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 43 Sen- ior Finance Committee 43 Junior-Senior Deco- rating Committee 3g Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. I' ag, W . V ..-f..-.V-fy-are -.L - , .-mf L- TOM RosE If he's not first, he'Il be in the first line. Homeroom Officer 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Point System Committee 4, Flag Committee 2. EDWARD OLIN SAULS He has a face that just can't frown. New'Hope, N. C. 1, 2, DE 3, DO 4. - ETHEL MARIE SAULS I do the things I like to do-that's why I talk. Coldmasquers 2, 3, FHA 3, Stunt Night 1, Homeroom Officer 2, 3. JOHN DORSEY SAVAGE He makes haste slowly. Inter. Relations Committee 2, 3, Board of Elections 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Eastern N. C. Band Clinic 2, GHS Quartet 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Coldmasquers 4, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Wrestling 4. CAROL ANNE SHERARD If I can't say what I think, why think it? Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3, 4, Head Make-up Artist 3, 4, Co-Art Edi- tor of Gohisca 4, Reception Committee 3, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, SA Representative 2, 3. FAYE SHRAGO Her sparkling surface scarce betrays the thoughtful ticle which beneath it rolls. Gohisca Editor 4, Class Editor 2, Correspond- ing Secretary of Class 4, Coldmasquers 4, GAA 1, 2, Junior-Senior Committee, Board of Elections Committee 3, Community Service Committee 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, Honor Value System Community 4. no .1 11' rt-he tmvygm .' ,mt tam ut m m SARA FRANCES SMITH Heart and appearance like that of a china doll. Crifton, N. C. lg Goldmasquers 2g Social Committee 3. BARBARA ANN SOUTHERLAND Let all things be done decently and in order. Secretary of Class lg Marshal 43 French Club 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi News, Circula- tion Manager 43 Gohisca, Advertising Man- ager 4g Junior-Senior Decorations Committee, Sub-Committee Chairman 4, Stunt Night 3, GAA lg Goldmasquers 2g Hi News, Adver- tising Staff 4. JANE STEWART Fair to look upon, but better to know. Bethesda, Md. l, 25 Charlotte, N. C. 35 Gold- masquers 4g Spanish Club 4, Social Commit- tee 4. SHELBY JEAN STOWE Her thoughts are all her own. Glee Club 1, DE Club 3, 4. BONNIE LOU SMITH Quiet taste and manners mild. Hartsville, S. C. lg Spanish Club SQ DE Club 43 Homeroom Officer. FRANCES LOUISE SMITH The secret of success is constancy of purpose. Chief Marshal 45 NHS 3, 4, Vice President 43 Band 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 33 Stunt Night Committee 1, 2, 39 'Promoting Student Councils In Other Schools Committee 43 Senior Class Scrapbook Committee 4, Ath- letic Committee 3. .ann M 1 my ir W !,', T M f 5 X ,"' Hiilw ,ti T, N ,it T H ix, ' M twwdwxwx M Nonwoon DONNELL STRICKLAND Men of few words are the best men. D0 3. 4. ROBIE STRICKLAND, JR. He'll be the best of whatever he is. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 8, 45 Visual Education Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4, SA Representative lg Homeroom Officer 1, 2. 'N W . in H' new u ft li-u N w C-9-ba MARGARET NELL STRIDER Ever sincere and dependable too. International Relations Committee lg Com- munity Service Committee lg Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, .lunior-Senior Invitation Committee 33 Calendar Committee, Chairman 45 Homeroom Officer 1, 8. JOHN RICHARD SUMMERLIN A gentleman makes little noise. SA Representative 1, 2, 3, 4g JV Football lg DE Club lg Building and Grounds Commit- tee 1, Athletic Committee 3g Intramural Bas- ketball 1. C. V. SUTTON. JR. Save your breath to cool your porrizlge. Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior-Senior Committee 3. MAMIE RUTH SUTTON Unselfish people are never lonely. Glee Club 1, 2g Homeroom Officer 1, 2. . .ww"'F"T'U"ev oo" gliliWi N, REBECCA KAY THOMPSON One never tires of good humored people. Goldmasquers 45 Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3g GAA 1, 2, 3, N. C. State Play Day 23 Stunt Night 35 Homeroom Officer 1. MARVIN RAY TILTON A mind at peace. DOTTIE BELL TRUEBLOOD A heart as big as all outdoors. Homeroorn Officer lg Stunt Night 1, Devo- tional Committee 3g Coldmasquers 1, 2, 3, 4, Head Lighting Technician 4, "Shepl1erd's Song 1, 3, 4. RONALD HIRAM VINSON A face that cannot frown is his. DE 4, Homeroom Officer 4. M in CAROLINE DIXON SYKES Her sign of wisdom is a continual cheerful- ness. FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, County Secretary 4, District FHA Convention Pageant lg Gohis- ca 4, Advertising Staffg Board of Elections Committee 4, Stunt Night 3, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Goldmasquers 4. GEORGE W. THOMPSON, III The Presidentikzl seat needs men like Wash- ington, Lincoln, and Me! Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4g Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, State Festival Plays 2, State FHA Anniversary Production 35 SA Rep. 1, 3. 4g Annual Staff 45 Class Council 1, 2. ZZI A H ' illlluiluiliixlMitilww,Q.H.xiiiQ..l...,Qgi1g.f5jiii'QM' MN 1 -All Wm- GLORIA LEONA WAGNER A lady of taste, not display. Latin Club 1, 25 Coldmasquers 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Social Commit- tee 15 Band 4, Majorette 45 Homeroom Offi- cer 4. RUBY WALSTON It is never wise to be wiser than necessary. Glee Club 1, 25 DE 3, 4. "W Fi' R will 'X MARY LOUISE WARD Character is the cornerstone of all success. Gohisca Co-Senior Editor 4, Class Editor 1, Advertising Staff 45 Marshal 45 NHS 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 GAA 1, 25 Community Service Committee 45 Social Committee 15 Stunt Night 1, 2, 35 Girls' State 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Class Secretary 25 Junior-Senior Commit- tee 3. BETTY LoU WEST Frienclliness finds its own road. Glee Club 15 FHA 2, 35 DE 3, 45 Stunt Night Committee 25 SA Rep. 15 Homeroom Officer 1. CLAUD LEo WESTBROOK Work doesrft frighten him, he can lie down beside it and go to sleep. SA Rep. 35 Athletic Committee 1, 3, 45 Base- ball 35 Goldmasquers 35 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 25 Flag Committee 25 Social Com- mittee 35 Board of Elections 2. LESLIE WEIL I'm moving on. Marshal 45 NHS 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 International Relations Committee 45 Board of Elections Committee 2, 35 Social Commit- tee 15 GAA 1, 35 Class Secretary 35 Cheer- leader 45 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 35 Make-up Editor of Hi-News 3, Editor 45 Honor Point Council 3, 45 Exchange Student 3. In III IIIIIIIIIXIWIHEWI I I WMM gg, L CHARLES EMMITT WORRELL The world's no better if we worry, life's no longer if we hurry. JV Football 1, 2g Junior-Senior Decorating Committeeg Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, President 4, State Drama Festival 2, 3, 4, "Shepherd's Song" 2, 3, 44 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Home- room Officer. CAROL GILL WILLIFORD She not only makes A's, but EYES. GAA 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 2, 3g Board of Elec- tions 3g Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Hi News Staff 3, 4, Advertising Manager 4, Gohisca Staff 4, Advertising Staff 2, 4, Head Make-Up Edi- tor 4g Marshal 4, Class Recording Secretary 43 Social Committee 2g Reception Committee. BILLY LEE WIsE W hat can I say better than silence is? Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 4, DE 3g DO 4. ARTHUR M. WOODARD Speech is silver-silence is golden. Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 35 DO 3, 4. MARY WILLIAMS A sunny disposition is more valuable than gold. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, DE 3, 4. VIVIAN ESTELLE WILLIAMS It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, FHA Pageant, Social Committee 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Cohisca Advertising Staff 4g Stunt Night 33 Junior'Senior Committee 35 Goldmasquers 4g Homeroom Officer 3. :E I I I H1255 ' I I ' Q , II II R I . ii WILLIAM GLENN WOODARD A boy who always gives his best to life. Nashua High School 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 35 "Shepherd's Song" 3, Chorus, SA Representa- tive 3g Foreign Relations Committee 3. JOHN EDWARD WYMAN He seems a man of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows. GHS Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Second Lieutenant 2, First Lieutenant 3, Cap- tain 4, Service Award 3, Musician-Ship Award 2, Business Manager Dance Band 3, 4, Eastern N. C. Band Clinic 2, 3, 4g Community Service Committee lg Board of Elections Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 45 Honor Value System Committee 3, 4g Stunt Night Co-Chair- man 33 Vice President 2g Managing Editor Gohisca 4g D. Malcolm Heath Memorial Scholarship Committee 3, 4. 1 X -. Nt , Y, APPLICANT Vinnie Crow Elizabeth Cross Philip Farmer Leslie Weil 0 oo o oo w il, 4 A xi ,W wt wt o S FOR NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS Loren Pate Billie Lassiter Frances Smith Meribeth Bunch '- I.. ddlafcq "Hail to thee dear class we love." We've come a long way since those words were first written and we have with us memories of four of the most carefree years we will ever experience. As we think back over the years, we remember that all-eventful morning in Septem- ber l952, when we first strode up the steps of G. H. S. and found some 600 pairs of eyes staring at us. Somehow we survived those first scared and frightened moments, but at that time we were not quite so sure that we would. Remember freshman day and having to count those bricks? Then came the magazine drive, homecoming, and finally Stunt Night. We were bursting with pride when our stunt, "L,il Abner," won first place. At last we had made our own way into Goldsboro High School. Our Sophomore year-now it was our turn to look down on someone. It was our year to carry out freshman day and Oh! what a rugged day it was-for the freshmen, that is. Again this year we took top honors in Stunt Night with our never-to-be forgot- ten stunt, "Stagline 10.,' To climax the year was our big bus ride to the Cliffs for our class picnic. At last we were Juniors!-This was the biggest year yet, and along with it came responsibility. This year we took second place in Stunt Night, but we had a great moment when one of our boys was crowned "Mr, G. H. S." Then came our big prom! The Junior-Senior had been a thing we had only heard and dreamed about and now it was falling squarely in our laps. There were many hours of hard work spent but all agreed that it had been worth every minute when we saw our French Cafe come to life. Seniors-yes, the long-awaited honor was here. We had our chance to go first in the lunch line, sit in the front seats of the auditorium, and be the general "Superiors" of the school. The time came when we flashed proudly our class rings and ordered cards and invitations. The magazine drive, Stunt Night, and class day became mem- ories. Graduation was upon us and before we knew it, the end was here . . . and the beginning. The end of four wonderful years together and the beginning of years of seeking our places in the world. Forever, we shall remember G. H. S. and her influence on our lives. "And for thee dear class we love, we shall always have a place, now we pledge our true devotion as new goals we face." 7a Wiemmcdm Demand WMM, gl Hsavaydcbgfzmndeaztooafcdaed Soveeazchgoalfoman, Ziaanmem 74a goetdmepka, '7 -Smeuovz 1446 70666 and 7 ARTICLE I We, the Seniors of 1956, being supposedly of sound mind and dull in memory, with- out realizing that our four years of contentment are about to come to an inevitable end, yet not knowing the extent and value of our property, hereby make a discrimi- nating disposal of our earthly possessions and brilliant ideas in this our Last Will and Testament. ARTICLE II To the Class of '57, we leave the glory of being Seniors and ability to win the maga- zine drive and take top honors at Stunt Night. ARTICLE III To the Class of '58, we leave our stocks and subscribers to the Curtis Publishing Company, provided that they aren't short winded. ARTICLE IV To the Class of ,59, we leave nothing for it looks as if they have everything. ARTICLE V To all the faculty of G.H.S., we leave our sincere sympathy for their trials and Tribul- lations. And especially we leave . . . To Miss lVIcKeel, an honorary degree in the art of sarcasm. To Coach Jeffrey, all the 'Lmoons" of Jupiter. To Miss Ipock, our little games of truth and our analytical minds. To Mr. Blysak, the U. S. Army. To Miss Simpson, Edgar's "Bells,,' which left us long ago. ARTICLE VI 1. Leslie Weil leaves Johnny Kennedy to any girl who can distinguish him from his brother. 2. Nancy Howard, the little girl with the artificial moles, leaves her ability to place them M of an inch from her right eye to anyone who will attempt it. 3. Norwood Hood leaves his great ability in oratory to John Henderson. 41. Rebecca Thompson CTackl, "Miss Goldpark Lake of 1953, 1954, 1955, and 1956," leaves her titles to anyone who is tough enough to handle them. 5. Billy Bagwell and Richard Proctor leave Clumis juke box to all G. H. S. "duck- tailersf' 6. Donald Strickland leaves everything to Donald Strickland, who will be here next year. 7. Lois Herring leaves in the waste basket her energetic personality to Lottie Lamm in hopes that she will find it. 8. Bobby Hinson leaves, he hopes! 9. Steve Brown leaves his ability to get along with Miss lpock to anyone who will work physics in trig. 10. Billy Dail fMolel leaves his degree in Chemistry to Raymond Allen. 11. J ack Fail fBreadj and Larry Frederick QButterl leave their mercury feet to next year's griclders. 12. Harold O,Tuel leaves his seeing eye dog to ,lan Kneib. 13. Loren Pate leaves his pegged pants to Pete Iarrell. 144. Carol Carson and John Robert Eakes leave their titles as Mr. and Miss "Safety Driver" to the students in Driver Training. 15. Dean Best leaves his life guard whistle to any other Casanova on Atlantic Beach. 16. Elizabeth Ann Cross leaves her ability to sleep on class to Tim Strickland. 17. Since Marlene Malpass has nothing else to leave, she bequeaths her low blood pressure to Linda Talton. 18. Edward Pilkington leaves his acting ability to Mickey f'cGroucho Marxvj Carroll. 19. Johnny McNairy and Larry Butler left . . . last year. 20. To everyone, may you study as hard as Frances Smith and Sonya Knight, worry as much about grades as Cynthia Denny, and talk as much as .lim Black, for it will get you nowhere. ARTICLE VII Lastly, we the graduating class of 1956 of Goldsboro High School, do hereby will and bequeath to all future senior classes, the fun and spirit that has reigned among us. A circus draws a large crowd. Since I was just returning from Alaska on an ex- Pedition with Admiral fl- CJ Byrd, I decided to go to the circus on my first day home. As I boarded the bus to go to the fairground, who should be driving that bus but Nick Gwatney. Arriving at the fairground, I noticed that by my watch it was yet a half hour before the performance would begin. I decided to walk around to see if I could spot any of my old school chums. As I walked around the tent, I came upon two fellows but couldn't tell what they were doing. Getting a little closer I could see that it was Eugene Lindsey and Charles Worrell sewing up holes in the tent. About this time the tent foreman came up and told these two to hurry up. When he turned his face toward me I could see that it was Billy Henry. He went rushing on off mumbling to himself about sorry workers. At this time I saw that a few more people were arriving and that the side shows were opening. Walking up to a large platform I saw a fellow who appeared to be Bryant Howell driving nails through a board with his bare hand. Right beside him was C. L. Westbrook who was swallowing swords three at the time. Then I beard a voice on down the platform saying, "Don't keep suffering from muscular ailments, headaches and baldheadedness. Get this large bottle of Bunch's all-cure for only one dollar." There was Meribeth with Evanda Iinnette, who was passing among the neigh- bors handing out that old reliable Indian nature remedy. Suddenly from behind an enormous wall there was a deafening roar. On more in- vestigation we found that daring fugitive from the motorcycle factory, John Robert Eakes, who with great precision and tremendous speed executed the stupendous feat of riding his machine horizontal to the ground around the boardwall. Accompanying him on the handlebars was delicate Elizabeth Ann Cross. Over the roar of the motor- cycle we heard a crashing sound and whirled around just in time to see fat man, Bill Woodard, crash headlong into the Tattooed Lady, Constance Mclntyre. Together they plunged into the seal's water. Then who should come scurrying to the rescue but world- renowned trainer of sea lions, Barbara Southerland, shadowed by the elephant-keeper W. A. Bissette. When the confusion subsided the blaring trumpets of the big top band erupted into spine-tingling circus music. It sounded like the old G. H. S. band. On closer look we found it was, consisting of "Turtle', Fann at the drums, Billy Powell on the sax, .Iohn Savage on the bass, and leading the brigade was that world-famous leader of bands, I ack Wyman. As we purchased our tickets from that salesman of all salesmen, Johnny Alley, we became aware of a tugging at our coat tails. Turning, we found it was Louis Quinn selling programs. After purchasing ice cream from Sally Ruth Brown, and a bag of peanuts from Jewel Howard we once again continued our journey to the big top, and gave our tickets to those old experienced collectors of tickets, Edgar Penuel and Loren Pate. In keeping with the tradition that the circus gets off with a bang, the boom of a cannon was heard! Cannonball Gene Joyner zoomed through the air over our heads. It was evident this was going to be a bang-up session of the T. B. Circus CG. Thomp- son and D. Bestj. Suddenly darkness fell over the audience as all the lights and sound faded. Then, over the murmur of the crowd we heard a faint but desperate cry, 'cis John Bell in the house?" Mr. Bell was located and he quickly remedied the situation. During the show we recognized many of our old school chums participating in the various performances. There was Cedric fliiedj Johnson accompanied by Sula Newton on the trapeze. Another intriguing, suspense-filled performance was presented by the Nancy Howard-Leslie Weil tightrope team. The crowd received a jolt when delicate Nancy slipped and came tumbling to earth with a thud, but that ever-ready circus doctor, John Summerlin, was by her side in a flash. In minutes he had her aloft walk- ing the rope again. We were not at all surprised when Bill "Rodent" Dail, accompanied by Betty "Bring- um back alive" Peele appeared in the lion's den. ln only a short time we found who wore the pants in that cage. fTrainers or lions.J Another of the most entertaining acts of the evening was Cynthia Denny and her trained Arabian stallions, who went through their paces in flying colors. In the finale Frances Creech, Nell Newell, Mary Louise Compton and Marlene Mal- pass appeared on the heads of those ferocious Indian elephants. Four more Goldsboro girls made good! The evening drew to a close and into the past went the beloved memories of those happy days at ole G. H. S. The circus was gone and on the spot remained only the empty cracker jack boxes, busted balloons and sawdust. Now, contrary to the belief of many a student, and I must confess, a few of the faculty, we of the Class of '56 have proven that we can go out into the world and make "The Greatest Show on Earth." X' Nl an - 'Q 2' The homecoming parade is really lots of fun. The rivalry between the classes is very exciting until the judges decision. 1 ,I ' Z .R g g ul W , , gs: sf' E H Q , 3 I I . -T! W. f-be as , Our school activities help us in many ways. Here are a group of girls who volunteered to baby-sit while parents voted on the school bond issue. I The magazine drive is another exciting event during the year. Many prizes are awarded to the highest salesman in the school Here are a group of students who led in sales. C 'ff QS LIB JACKSON TOMMY MARROW V4 , rs' gee!! 1456- famed "5- x.. MARY SCOTT BEST JOHNNY ALLEY 77544179 ....f..,- -.., N M43 1' CAROL CARSON NORWOOD HOOD FAYE SHRAGO JACK WYMAN gulf- MARY LOUISE COMPTON wa m W uv JOHN SAVAGE 7754417 s dw mg " " MARLENE MALPASS RFE MAH ,gifsf A ' in' ' ' 5 w 11 11 wv ' Hifi? 111 uw -fi iftlr 1:1 L BOBBY HINSON 21? Q ideal BETTY PEELE HE . 1-. -Y X X ,gg , ,, XXX XXX -X XX 'F XX X'X ' 1 XXX X vm WX .IK XX XXXffXiI"NXX W- UL 'nn ', . 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We Juniors thought wrestling was a lot of fun although it was a little rough. Sis ,....q.u.... ,,...pi-- x But . . . Sometimes we got f into a little -f:fX 1- trouble. t P A J ,Q Xjx 54x LIN . Q Tkq Pest 8 RTM? wa U 3 x .Nj 65745 . Www JUN I 0125 PETE JARRELL President 15 W JILL GAME Secretary LLOYD GURLEY Vice President CAROLYN ROLLINS Treasurer Uffezeu, COLORS A Red and White FLOWER Red Rose MOTTO We strive for victory and accept no defeat. if W Www? A. G. Allen Bill Allen Raymond Allen Hope Anderson Norwood Anderson Sonny Aycock Billy Barber Janet Barfield -:-um iii' 5 I lsll H K I- M"llHm , ,X"'w"1llll"lLJ W W' 'l X X X Q ll! l N N l , gf...H,vfl,'Q" E ' ' ' YV WY Y Y'Y :A - A . -2 .T ' - A I id 1 , A A I X . f x 5- V 2 --Vq H .A f if-if! fm "Pi RY . A 4' X. in ,I I ,nt- - A1 , , 53 at f-fr . - 4 ' ' '- l"'- ,rx ,V 'TN A Edith Bell J. C. Bell Linda Best Lou Anne Best Bobby Bizzell Florence Bizzell Malcome Blackman Bill Boddie John Braswell Ed Britt Hilda Brock Hilda Brown Pat Brown Shelton Brown Tom Brown Jimmy Bryan 1Mgj.gg..".. H Q, Ex? H M as . Bobby Casey Verla Chestnut Wanna Clayton Betty Cobb Georgia Cobb Roy Coley Douglas Combs Carolyn Cooke flu A 4' 71 0.1, Bessie Cooper .V 1 , , Phyllis Corbett X- ' ' William Corbett ' H K, Barbara Cottle ' Lee Coward Tony Crady Bill Crawford Yvonne Crawford T9 C fx ' E ei-1 5? l l l l H, gm Ti?" Q1 2271 X 1 Z - j?Q.,E"' -f-af M T! John Burk Betty Jean Campbell Goeffrey Carr .lolm Carr Betty Carroll Mickey Carroll H. B. Carter Dorothy Casey i c N fd? 4:1 1 A U- X1 -R, .' Ev ,I l at C. . -Q ' l J y xx Q A TUN ' l Y -' Q-IL I ,, ll , 74 nib vm., gm N ',"' A -v1. , " 43 , i . If ilzr 1 gr F'-' in nr B B7 Lib Cris P Kathryn Crumpler Bobby Dail Lynda Daniels - ft I George Davis Bobby Dawson in Barbara Edgerton 2 Sheila Edwards 'r V f.. 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I X I 0 ,Q We Sophomores worked hard playing with the Girls' Athletic Association. We also learned the art of cooking . . . Working for the Latin Club is one of our many activities. 9 Home Economic: i f Q Q fs YY ei-J ,125 JACK HARRELL ' L Presulen Q DICKY TAYLOR Vice President DIANA JACKSON E A N ' -up S 'L we NORRIS JEFFERY Treasurer 5 66a440jfc1':a4- CLASS COLORS Lavender and White CLASS FLOWER White Rose CLASS MOTTO Knowledge is just a treasure g practice is the key to it all. Donnell Anders Andre Andrews Ethel Ashburn David Aycock Bill Barfield Dorothy Bartlettc Ann Barwick Nancy Jo Bass Harold Batten Jerry Bean , , 3 B' ,,w IL' L Q Us I , 7 N en. Bhd , . 1' ?K ., he tm A -A if fi it 71 ,A 71' ,tx iw : . .i Q A ur . 4... 9'- 'tff ' 5? N ' ' .' . :-', -iq '-x W5'2.:vl" 6 Hannah Bell Webber Bell Bill Bernstein Sandra Best Tommy Best Jimmy Blackburn Dempsey Blanton Murray L. Borden Carl Boyd ' Peggy Bradshaw Dale Bray Pat Brogden Billy M. Brown Marjorie Bryan Jimmy Bundy Jim Burroughs Benny Capps Colton Carawan John Carroway Terry Carr ,N 7 y V i C N 5 : fl A , H A . 41. 1 f'uu-wiuiliiuu w 511 ' ' H H N 1-nz: H i Robert Davis Sandra Davis Tom Davis Shelby Deans Gene Denning Mollie Dewey .limmie Eason Carolyn Edgerton David Edgerton .limmy Edmunson Jerry Ellis Hubert Ellison Vernon Elmore Glenwood Everette Cora Ann Ezzell Edward Ezzell Betty Faircloth Lorraine Faircloth Ray Faircloth Virgina Cherry Claud Cogdell Jerry Compton Bobby Cotton Margaret Coward Christine Creech Ann Davis George Davis Polly Davis Johnny Davis F 'ZZ .,,,L Hilda Flowe Charles Franks Linda Franks Linda Gallaway Sally Ginn Elton Grice Henry Griffin Mary Alice Gufford Cleveland Curley Darlene Gwaltney and ,' vu. ' . w V um W 1 , I f 71 Q- . Q .ies x J ,Q f ! V 4 is ' 'PA l e fl X d , seq ' im H 1, Q K y 'if Ng., x.. 'tr' QTL ii ' ' N Q1 L . 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WH N vii' :': i i ' 5555 J .- Jlgzjii Iii was E ,Ki ,J rw mf' -zbz :-: - V it saw max E it 5 355 E yiyt 52' X' ' F ,i , f ,Q :., " ' fs , ,. .1 A ru "F.f,g.. . , X M iw -sa ' 1 yl A .Jimmy Humphries Lewis Husbands Lila Mae Ingram Sylvia Ingram Diana Jackson Norris Jeffery Ida Johnson Wilson Johnson Betty Jones Billy Ray Jones , '- .':i.,.K1. W, 'x - 1 L 5 , 4 , 6 W it ,Q ,, , ,,, 9, -1 If x L if '19 NN Q! if , 5 H if .4 U1 , H H - , .VK 3 Bill Mason Newton Mathews Bobby McCarter Gayle McClenny Deets McCullen Jimmy Mclntyre Julian Mercer Bonnie Mills Joyce Mitchell Nelson Mitchell P I I xx J i - . --r fi , 2 I g i, ' , JF QL-X. 'il E-'17 xi' 15... Q fb is ' 8-3511! Q, -- ,,,1 ., M X - Q'-'V 'L i T' Rose Mitchell Henry Mixon Beatrice Moore Richard Moore Tommy Moore Mary Alice Morris Jimmy O'Tuel Ronnie Otwell Charles Overton Carl Page Edward Parker Betty .lean Paschall Edith Rose Peele Charles Pierce Margie Pittman Gail Potter Linda Powell J. R. Price Peggy Ann Price Mac Reeks T E' " .41 ' 'W' is L11 ,W , , 'M - N lf" 1 W W 4. ""5:..1'u.."w , uw ' W y.. 1 In A i - 1 T :I . P ' Y ' 7 S W - '1 ...... fi - rg K x - I fa " mp2s ww ww , - fi George Southerland Mary Alice Starling Sylvia Stevens Gloria Stewart Gale Strickland Gladys Strickland Robert Stroud Wilhert Sullivan George Summerland Cloyce Sutton Wilma Sutton Linda Talton Dickey Taylor Mac Taylor Wayne Thompson Robert Tilly Margaret Turner David Van Hoy Nancy Waldrop Banks Wallace tr! i mE . -9. Q : .- ..... - it lllt v i ti 5- , Q it i " . ragga . Y..,:.:w it U l, ,,, I! vi Q ifs,1 ,lo Ann Rosser Susie Sasser Jennette Sauls Alice Savage Cotton Scales i - , 5 Woody Shepard i ' N ' ml Jerome Sherry ' 5 Alice Smith ' Elizabeth Sneeden H Frank Southerlancl will f - - i',,'1:,'1si2" 1 ' it ' rp, ' E 'rig t e! gf , fA,,ff: N M ,, .1 1-, it 5 .r X y 473' 9 ,sq 1 , 1 X W" fi' 7 . , . X Q K' 'Q' is , Ju m in s559 ' .s25 W in H , iii. 1 , K 'iv i N W' -x j L 1 5' 1 , N ix Susan Walker Benny Ward Norma Wharton Linda Weil Louis Weil Walter Wiggins Max Wilkinson Betty Williams Judith Williams Sarah F. Williams t-if .g w 'rel fu C1 was iv Qt! lm J 'Nfl' 1 34 y X Sw To Goldsboro High the school we love The Sophomore Class now rings to you Oar motto which we hold above all other deeds we'll strive to do As we unfold our colors fair, the lavender and white So we set forth to do and dare and keep them always shining bright. This rose so noble and serene, inspires us to our greater deeds May its pure white keep our hearts clean, to always follow where it leads ' We give our school, our town, and state Our loyalty while we may live Think not the class of '58 Shall ever take and never give. 1 gr f Sylvia Williford W. H. Williford Gladys Wood Lena Wood Wallace Wood Mary Craig Woodard Annette Worrell Raymond Yelverton R' NY, - -,met za eg , Physical Ed. gets a little tough for the girls . . . We Freshmen re get all tangled B ally up in the things that we do. ut . . . the boys never seem to get tired. YES 112 AI J QQESHMEW . l LEN THOMPSON President M Y H W N mmm 'fr EMMY LOU CHALK Vzce Preszclent JANET DAWSON Secretary W'-1 PHILLIP LITTLETON Treasurer COLORS Green and White FLOWER Carnation MOTTO We strive to perfect, to learn, and to serve. Geraldine Aldridge Dortch Anderson Benny Avery Billie F. Barbour Myrtle Barbour Buddy Bass Kinny Bass Dennis Bell Don Bell J. R. Best 9'5' W. W B. , U 9 A 4 If ' Al Q 2 - 1 'I A u . W I W, 3, is gli as f f Y ll 'tr 'rv P4 K 5 H H lim 2 -J: W Y. fl . ggi 'if'-J .i 22221522 B 5 ll' ,A 5525 'f Rudolph Best Sam Blackman Martha Bland Benny Bost Helen Bradwell Maxine Brantham La Rue Britt Cecil Brodgen David Bryan Judy Burch Randy Camp Peggy Ann Capps Linda Cardwell Beverly Carmack Betty Lou Carter Jerry Carter Niven Carter Richard Carter Rita Case Lois Casey E? "fi I ' f " QT ff' 1 Nr -, J 1 J 4. L, g ' li . 'E J h N Q gf J X V N , : Q u - qu! whit!!! A 4, or H " J Q 'ef 'A Lily Rose Dail David Earl Dale J. C. Davis John Davis Kay Davis Margaret Davis Richard Davis Sarah Lynne Davis Voyad Davis Janet Dawson Wiley Dees Ilze Dombravskis Erline Driver Norwood Eason Charles Edens Jerry Edgerton Betty Edwards Harvey Edwards Donald Ellis Larry Ellis fy- 'C' "xr" V 'ef H ' '- '- j. i m'l Q5 .-35 il 'iw--.1 -s. y 5 ,X 1 1- In , Y-,F rg,4,g4.f .4 an-L, E1,A.- U .4 55 i J H" 15 P5 ,V J J I 'qs J J 5- w V , - ts,, lee N at , ffe: I J Ll ,'lI4 X Q, Barbara J. Caulk Emmy Lou Chalk Linwood Cherry Chuck Clarke Hubert Coalson Margaret Coor Shirlean Crisp Edward Crumpler Shelvie Crumpler Faye Culbreth . 1 tar. f f , , , ilu FX E-fl' t r ,, ,. Ma N M X Q, H Hi Wife 'S .' j 1... H H if lr 21 , ak, .. .-, . ,. -uf W if : ga , . ' X J H H-Wm is J - rt x N' Nancy ,lo Ellis Clarence Ellison Dennis Evans Carl Evans Brenda Faircloth Charlotte Faircloth Jean F ulghum Kenneth Farmer Mickey Farmer Helen Faust Kwik 'T 13371 f 'TWT E 'W ',,. 1 , fy i we to 1. l ' ' Lv , 9 1 g't-1: v' gf Q i rf il- VU..- , ..lA . , I . 'IL' A .11 ,I x' S t v i F Q 1- I .X A , EJ E i . H H.. H ,1gW',.N'g,,'x wp, H H me I . ii .. A n-iq. ww yy wi '95 Billy Flora James Forehand Sandra Franklin Donnie Frederick Bobby Friend Pat Gallagher J une Garris Sandra Garris Bailey Gates Janet Godwin Janice Gore A. C. Grady Remona Grant Tommy Grant Cecilia Gray Dennis Gregory Deanna Griffin Hazel Gurley Sandra Curley Anna Frank Gwaltney Linda Heath John Heath Richard Helms Alice Henderson Buddy Herring Janice Herring Dorothy Hines Henrietta Hines Billy Hinson Dell Hocutt Betsy Holland Faye Horne Buddy Howard Edward Howell Leslie Howell Evelyn Hubbard Dollie Huffman Barbara Ingram Dixie James Rudy Jennette Kenneth Hagen Lemoore Hairr Irvin Hales Katherine Hales David Hamm Jewell Harper Dean Harrell .Judy Harrell Joy Harrington Beth Harrison 'U ' it l S l I ,. X i N l X K' l z ' , ll H H HN lllllllw fig! lu WWlllllllllllllllm' Wi , ,' ililvi vhuuumll ll lj Wil H ' W l R' ,ff 'Elf ll Jerry Johnson Larry Jones Lois Faye Jones Lynda Jones Sophronia Jordan Troy Jordan Walter Kearney Jimmy Kennedy Christine Kleinert Lottie Lamm l '2 Bl 1! 'Q' Dave Lane Kenneth Lee William Lewis Phillip Littleton Lora Long Brenda Jo Lynn Glenn Mason Eddie Mason Jane Melvin Jean Mercer Betsy Merrit Margaret McArthur Billy McClenny Jimmy McKeel Bobby McLawhon Joe McLawhon Cordon McMillian Carol F. Moore Carol J. Moore Jimmy Mooring if f ii 'Uh llll W. ,5 W. le W1 "lv" W W. i H - 3 -lik 3 F W Q " f ' I 1 ......... . lf . . -NI- M ,, ' ' X ll , 62' 'SP - 1' at N 'gag tg 4- Pl Q X 2-52 , f Qi' 'X' K - "-f.. 1 , 53" ' 3 .555 ,' jj Lge' Y My .:....,..... 3' ,, W ,, - , - -,lil .. ,Q d, V a X X HSM ... i ,Ju Q , U Alice Nickens Lloyd Noel Bobby O'Daniel Adrian Overbee B. J. Overbee John Page Jerry Parker Mary Jo Parker Susan Parker Ann Parks Marie Parnell Gayle Paschall Chuck Pate Bobby Peacock Frank Pearsall William Pearsall Kenneth Pearson Raymond Penuel Judy Pollock Kent Powell ia, U 2' Us X- liz, fx ug, H 12.11 Sri:-X Faye Motley Kaye Motley A Evelyn Morton Billy Mozingo Patricia Mozingo Edward Musgrave James Newcomb Evelyn Newsome John Newsome Jo Ann Newell f'f V 'E t P N 4"" 'L "" . ,SP ff -ll za wg , "' ,I i X N. Thomas Powell Catherine Poyner Mary Prestwood Linda Price Rose Price Wayne Price Wendy Prince Maxton Radford Bobby D. Reaves Raine Remsburg 1 Y'-1" ' -a, -f.,.:,- . W. ,vi ff W e in I 1,5 nl '1 ns, 1 1, E 7, ': 2? Qg '-. i N www. X- f"'5 41 Q W' i YN XM! N 'I 1, i i 1 ,L X U wit tv 5 sr ' J BW' .f??L'iii:f.f ,A iff 5 A ' I " ,H li' . - it ' A y ggwgu X H H it Q ' f 75 ri- Q9- Kitty Reid Imogene Rhodes J. L. Rhodes Graham Robinson Kenneth Rollins Margaret Seymour Henry Sherard Barbara Shirley Patricia Shumate Edna Sills Forest Singleton Walter Singleton Franklin Smith Rebecca Smith Authur Smoot Joyce Spence Billy Stewart Carol Stewart Theodosia Stewart Ben Strickland Len Thompson Katherine Thompson Mae Thompson Margaret Thompson Barbara Troutman Dewayne Turnage Joyce Ann Tyndall Ann Uzzell Mary Hugh Waldrop Robert Walston Jackie Ward Larry Ward Dottie Warrick Geraldine Warrick Lou Ellen Warrick Faye Watson Raye Watson Sammy Watson Jeannette Webb Barbara Wellons W i t x 'E 1 H 1 KN M 1T'EU1"7T',.: ' t ,asia Y V7 1 ...ai- "t'7 fa -- J ,V . i i L J E , 7, 74 'EF H L9 eff ' ' , 1 'VJ 4, . i Glenn Strickland Linda Strickland Obbie Strickland Judy Summerlin Nellie Summerlin Donald Sutton Barbara Taylor Jean Taylor .lack Tilley Gerald Thompson as . , ..-. i ii! . . .. . . . 'L . V A Z p . p T Q, V. ga 'MM Q V Us K F J -- E ! if IQ TWA ' 1. . '. 1 i f H as . 2 -Q I James Wellman Carolyn Whaley Judy Whitley Braxton Wiggins Carolyn Wiley Roger Wise Dorothy Woodard Janet Woodley Bobby Yocum ui V ' W, ' ' .- H' tl llll ii w""1,, U ix , ,ll 'tw,i'li"!J Q 6Zaw5aa9 We are the Freshmen of old GHS, Until the day that ends our lives W e'll try to do our best. Green and white we cherish White carnations, too. W e'll strive to perfect, to learn, to serve. Uur spirits rise as we lift our eyes To the future now unseen. But let us fight with all our might, And on God our hopes will lean. Our class we are proud of, We shall go to the top. For we're the class of ,59 What we start, we,ll never stop. it tw+wMmfrq' WJIWHY ,mtg 1 W ,qui ,lj ,tm All QMiillfllflllliflll t ,1 w ,I w , u it W uw ww f N935 f,.lA -J page M ,ML ,- E. N. r ua .,r. .5 SE? 2' A 1 r ' 1 L Q, we kv- ff 1, 9 . .N 31 S , ff ' FT? will iff-kb 3' " "fs I a... X X XX ,- - 1 A cf 7 x Q X X Fx X f SPN W Z X ff? , W N JI X wwf yi 1 . RQ Seated, left to right: Ben R. Burroughs, Munroe Best, Mrs. W. A. Shepherd, Mrs Frank Remsburg, Dr. A. H. Pate, Ray Armstrong. Standing: George Steele Dewey, O F. Dumas and Henry Weil. C h if 'Ewa-zd I' TTL Cl n 2 MUNROE BEST H Mm 1 , ,vi ,Ja CLEMENT WAKE TWIF ORD Principal University of North Carolina A.B., M.A. ,. 3' RAY ARMSTRONG Superintendent University of North Carolina N N-f Qi, A.B., M.A. MARGARET ERTEL Librarian Salem, U.N.C. A.B., M.A. WILLIAM FITZGERALD Choral Music U.N.C. A.B. RACHEL BAILEY Science Wake Forest B.S. ANTHONY BLYSAK Science State Teachers College, Pa. B.S., M.S. CLIFTON BRITTON Dramatics East Carolina College A.B., M.A. I sez sl ss! I 11' l Af ,c,. MARY D. COX English, History Duke University U.N.C. A.B., M.E. ,, , FLORENCE FAISON Distributive Education W.C.U.N.C. A.B. f SARAH GETSINGER Math East Carolina ELIZABETH GRANT JEAN GRIFFIN English, History Typing W.C.U.N.C. W.C.U.N.C. CAROL HUTCHINS Physical Education Appalachian State Teachers' College B.S. NORRIS JEFFREY Science N. C. State, U.N.C. B.S., M.A. 1 Vx' -X I i. x wa nl" X" V , -5.-., S. X .i , .-. fi-li--5 ERNESTINE HALL Home Economics W.C..U.N.C. ESTER L. IRBY E English, French Guilford. Duke A.B., M.A. JANIE C. IPOCK Mathematics W.C.U.N.C. MB. GERALDINE JONES Biology Meredith College E.C.C. A.B., M.S. ANNE MERRITT Home Economics Salem College B.S. l EUGENE L. ROBERTS Journalism, English Wake Forest A.B., M.A. MARGARET KORNEGAY CHARLES LEE Guidance Physical Education Duke University East Carolina Columbia University B.S. A.B., M.A. HAZEL MCKEEL Commercial A.C. College A.B. INA MIXON Algebra Guilford College B.S. L ELEANOR POWELL English Brenau College, U.N.C Columbia University A.B., M.S. L RUTH SAUNDERS Business English Columbia University M.A. 'ET CLYDE W. WHITENER History Wake Forest B .S. CHARLENE WINSLOW English Converse College A.B. I bf' U " ' if 5" 'li' ' i' LEO YAKUT15 ELEANOR YELVERTON Metal Trades Dietitian Western Michigan A.B. 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W: Iggy' wg VFW .nt 'fi' ' ' ' ,MTF ' H1 ' ig w -fa ,mu a mfs.. ,.. sm X .,, Z, ..... . E f 1: , .. 1' i 3' 52555, ww 1-af M ' ' Hf1xs1Z15L Wifmr W uv, . -' au, , Qw H521 . -'-m5'XgQ?""- PS W QA Ax W gn W, ww? lf- u6K 1v' :fW5f? nh in V 67 ' .ss:-uf I A wk .v iam -. ,. CALENDAR ASSEMBLY Margaret Strider Miss McKeel .Ian Kneib Mr. Twiford Miss Griffin DEVOTIONAL BUILDING Mary Lou Hults Mr. Fitzgerald Henry Howell Mr. Stevens INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS BOARD OF ELECTIONS Leslie Weil Miss Saunders Jack Wyman Mr. Roberts PHOTOGRAPHY PUBLICITY - .o 7,,F,1.1,5 E:ff M 5LJa.Ly 1-5 ' W xi Jimmy O'Tuel Mr. Roberts Mary Louise Compton Mr. Roberts Mr. Blysak RECEPTION RECREATION w vw I 1 N -'.1 H Mary Scott Best Miss Tomlinson W- A- Bi5-Seite M12 Blysak Allen Daniels SCRAPBOOK LOST AND FOUND Loren Pate Miss Grant Jimmy Kennedy Mrs. Powell CHEERING ii is iii I P I A .X IIS gl 9 L Lib Jackson Mr Fitz erald . . ' g Dottie Lassiter Mrs. Cetsinger FLAG Benny Ward Miss Cox Miss Bailey LUNCHROOM Alu, Roberta Raynor Miss Bailey COMMUNITY SERVICE Mary Lou Ward Miss Saunders Mr. Whitener GROUNDS Billy Parker Mr. Winslow Mr. Yukatis COUNCIL PROMOTION Billie Lassiter Miss Grant SOCIAL LIBRARY ml 5 Q' .fa QW I ir' Pat Brown, Agnes Lawler, Misses Hall, Merritt, Sula Newton Mrs. Ertel Winslow, Griffin, Mrs. Getsinger. ATHLETIC VISUAL EDUCATION QA? C. L. Westbrook Mr. Jeffrey Robie Strickland Miss J ones BULLETIN BOARD PARLIAMENTARIAN Linda Franks Mr. Britton Bill Crawford H+: cle STATE NCSCC George Thompson Billy Herring Emma Lou Chalk Frances Smith Harold 0'Tuel Miss Elizabeth Gra nt NATIONAL NASC Billie Lassiter Miss Elizabeth Grant 'S x Billy Herring awards homecoming ,X If is? '. fl as lf' ' 'L Vx plaque to Room 9. S, , of , IKM EXCHANGE 'STUDENTS Leslie Weil Harold O'TueI gs, Qc " 5 'VI xl I: fb X CHRISTMAS SOCIAL MAGAZINE DRIVE HIGH SALESMAN Johnny Alley Norris Jeffrey, President Bill Berstein, Vice President Marjorie Bryan, Secretary Mary Alice Morris, Treasurer Miss Simpson, Advisor Robert Stroud Dicky Taylor Sandra Davis Raine Remsburg Windy Prince Henry Mixon Webber Bell Hannah Bell Mary Bea Heeden Billy Hobbs Margaret Turner Loren Pate Mollie Dewey Fred Parker Linda Weil Louis Weil Vinnie Crow Tommy Brown Carol Cooke Dottie Lassiter Murray Borden Newton Mathews Sandra Hamilton Raymond Yelvington Christine Creech Peggy Moore Ilze Dombrocskis Kitty Reid Chuck Clark Alice Henderson Henrietta Hines Mary Jo Parker Judy Summerlin Anne Uzzell Mary Hugh Waldrop Carolyn Whaley James Forehand Phillip Littleton Bobby O'Daniel Henry Howell, President Mary Best, Vice President Lib Cross, Secretary Jim Black, Treasurer Mrs. Irby, Advisor Barbara Southerland Carol Sherard Barbara Edgerton Bill Allen Shelia Edwards Dannie McDonald Janet Barfield Mary Bea Heeden Marlene Malpass Mary Pemberton Mary Compton Mary Lou Ward Connie Mclntyre Billie Lassiter Vivian Williams Allen Daniels Pat Brown Lenora Pate Leslie Weil Jill Game 'VE- Jane Smith J. 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Byrd Joe DeBruhl Joyce Lucas Carol Carson Tommy Marrow Ann Lockey Betty Hart Sue Lahr John Eakes Jim Brown Loren Pate Tom Rose Jackie Howell Georgia Cobb Fred Parker Cynthia Denny Meribeth Bunch Mary Lou Hults Phillip Farmer Jimmy Barber Carolyn Ford Gordon Combs Johnny Alley Harold O7Tuel Ce fm 3 7 'D fiflux Us 144 hug EL ATIUn Marvis Edwards Edna Earle Mozingo Roberta Raynor Margaret Strider Gloria Wagner .lane Stewart Sonny Aycock Lou Ann Best Florence Bizzell Malcolm Blackman John Carr Geoffrey Carr Mickey Carroll Betty Cobb Ann Fields Alice Grantham Cornelia Hales Jack Hunt Martha Mackie Billy Malpass .limmy Parker Geraldine Potter Mary Elizabeth Stew Pat Garner, President Frances Smith, Vice President Mary Helen Minton, Recording Secretary Barbara Jones, Corresponding Secretary Sonya Knight, Treasurer Betty Lou Goodman, Parliamentarian art Sally Ruth Brown, Scrapbook Chairman Bill Wiggins Miss Josie Tomlinson, Advisor Betty Faye Carroll Carolyn Cook Phyllis Corbett Yvonne Crawford Shelvie Crumpler Margaret Davis Barbara Gates Barbara Ginn Rita Grice Mary A. Gufford Ann Curley Hazel Curley Marjorie Pittman Anne Roberts Linda Strickland Marie Strickland Sula Newton, President Drucilla Lindsay, Vice President Joyce Pittman, Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Margaret Ertel, Advisor .ldfzaw 7 I lt. V 4 e an Bobby Bradford Hilda Brown Wanna Faye Clayton Phyllis Corbett Richard Daughtry Everette Franks Barbara Hemby James Howard Edna Grace Howell Dan Millard Douglas Mitchell Ben O'Neal Haywood Rollins Roy Savage Marie Strickland Ann Wadsworth Bobby Dail Shirley Herring Y vvy vvv -vv Alton Barlett Edward Britt Betty Fay Carroll Douglas Combs William Corbett Bobby Dawson Helen Fulghum Layune Hooks Charles Johnson Bobby McCarter Mary Minton ,lean Myers Annie Roberts Preston Savage Barbara Scales Ronald Vinson Carrie Carter Shelton Dawson Ti I. ' . Vw. l vw, 45 V. i Iwi' ! ,, Billy Ray Little Gordon Nelson Nell Newell Fannie Parker ,lyme Paschall Louis Quinn ghelbyid I eanv Stowe etty ou est N. , Billy Wise M' Donald Head, President Everette Franks, Vice President Jean Gates, Secretary Barbara Massengill, Treasurer Jewel Capps, Associate Tommy Murray, Editor Miss Faison, Advisor ai H 2 4 .41 'W President, Vivian Williams Vice President, Evelyn Hill Secretary, Betty Peele Treasurer, Edna Wood Song Leader, Kay Hood Sylvia Stevens Edna Earle Mozingo Faye Watson Nancy ,lo Bass Mary Craig Woodard Betty Jones Ann Davis Kay Davis Betty Williams Betty Ann Ingram Sandra King Helen Jones Pat Mozingo Mae Thompson Martha Bland Sandra Hamilton Sandra Franklin June Garriss Linda Weil .ludy Whitley Barbara Taylor Wlfvlf? it atwze 1 , M H 5 :ii .M vv tu um ..e,.UwwH,wH N X H H ,ru w fmlWllljllgfltlliQttQj5JJJlWmNewftrg3tWl'llJs5?QQQljtli153iilW3343,WiMiwW53i QQ2iimQysyjqggtsar my My 435 N , ,iwzwfm , t M , Ag? 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Pianist, Gladys Strickland Historian, Carolyn Edgerton Reporter, Ann Lockey County Secretary, Caroline Sykes Advisors, Miss Anne Merritt Miss Ernestine Hall Billie Faye Barbour Barbara Jean Caulk Peggy Anne Capps Mary Caroline Prestwood Sandra Davis Linda Price Margaret Turner Mary Frances Johnson Sarah Lynn Davis Phylis Lucas Dollie Huffman Anne Parks Dorothy Woodard Carol Stewart Nellie Surnmerlin Maxine Brantham ,lo Ellis Dottie Warick Hope Anderson Barbara Cottle Shelia Edwards Barbara Ginn Reba Grice Betty Hart Raye Lanier Betty McClenny Hilda Pearsall Elizabeth Sneeden Gladys Wood Betty Williams Betty Paschall Jimmy Bryan Johnny Davis Kenneth Ginn Bryant Howell Carl Malpass Edward Pilkington Donald Strickland Bob Tilley Linda Best Widzed Bessie Cooper Cecile Floars Norma Goodson Mary Hales Bonnie Howard Mary Long Dannie McDonnald Carolyn Rollins Betty Starling Gladys Strickland Pat Woodcock Barbara Edgerton Jim Burroughs Gene Denning Henry Griffin Charles Johnson Tommy Moore Billy Powell George Summerland Ronald Vinson Gerald Grice Betty Carnbell Ann Davis Julia Frick Daphne Grice Ruby Hare Margaret Knight Joyce McCarter Mary McMillian Woody Shephard Mary Stewart LaRue Strickland Annette Worrell Jimmy Barber Claud Cogdell Jack Fail Rhesa Hart Pete Lane Edgar Penual John Savage Donald Sutton Charles Worrell Mr. Fitzgerald directing may ., E 2,4-r L1 OFFICERS Edward Pilkington, President J ack Fail, Vice President Norma Goodson, Secretary Betty Campbell, Treasurer Daphne Grice, Librarian Cecile Floars, Robe Chairman Betty Hart, Student Director Mary Louise Compton, Pianist The Mixed Chorus practicing for a concert A. G. Allen Adrene Andrews Jimmy Barber Sandra Best Pat Brogdon Steve Brown Margaret Coward Frances Creech Edward Crumpler Polly Davis Joe DeBruhl Gene Denning Marvis Edwards Ray F ann Keneth Ginn Mary F. Haddock LeMarre Haire in w, u 'u f N- 'M kalgillilllili ' ,E Barbara Ingram Linda Jones Roy J ones Ida Johnson Lynett Lambert Donald Lynch William Lewis Douglas Mitchell Bonnie Mills Carol Moore Archie Pate Chuck Pate Betty Paschall Gail Paschall Judy Pollock Billy Powell Linda Powell an wi ,, n.'M W keine! gauze! Bobby Beaves Tom Rose Edwin Scales Ben Strickland Hobie Strickland Alice Savage John Savage C. V. Sutton Billy Stewart Henry Sherard Barbara Troutman DeWayne Turnage Billy Vidunas Gloria Wagner John Watts Nell Williams J ack Wyman Pat Mayo John Lynch Bill McClenny Bill Crow Gerald Grant Robert Korschun Buddy Jordon Charles Leder Bobby Lambert Linda Monsees Billy Shirley Douglas Smith ,lohn Stone Don Sutton Jimmy Vinson Pat Hollingswort Barbara Gates John B. Thompson Director -'N' 1 ll ll ll' -M ' -1 11. MAJORETTES 'M f- '." F 42, f Lqfvggv u 4 Q! .,5v M2535 z- we Lmda Powell ,Q kia!! ' 1 Pat Hollmgsworth WJ P' , ' 'L' Glorla Wagner ' I l f . 1 -r-rl m ..f2f- v-r':"'-21 A, .- 3? , 'LM 7 2354:-.y 'ifigi 1-H-,vgfluf In Q ef r 4 yfg1,,5Iv2:5:' an sb - - ' ",, 'M . 'fl 11' ,ef-a'7J:'Q?lW-ili 1 " ' 'L' 4 1' -eff-.F - 3? tg , I M , ENS? ,E H H .-,,f,1,,5..f, , - ,,r',.' a 2 3 fx I A ef?-is-f2e:4??'ffeffaefe' JM- EM 5 1:gQ1"fsQiqQ, Fxgfgafpf--L X ,-gg! 3 -FZ'-P 'E -,mir ,J-, -Q : . - Id J h x "W E W 4 6 M a o nson Q ff. yy, ,4 ,ya E hy H '64, V I Y 9 - . vi an -. ' '- ' J .- Ad, Y V' . A I ' 35 I AP 4' . W' . . ' ' fx - 1 '-' . ws p ILHW6- . N :K ,Z ' ' .gg --J., 'uf '- ll' - V mf- Pall B1'0gdCI1 -N 54, ge in . X. vjzi xgad I 1 -- : --: 1 e 2 "fi fi""r . ., 'ff ,, ggk, ., - 4 W . N V A Ya x Y' 'J Q, f e, wsgk " 1 ,Y 1 . ' ' 'R Q1 L' eb4.WF9"f I mob' V ' W- t r 1 Marvls Edwards ?"'QfT1f ' ,rv ,- 'D ' ,,H.,:, V! A M In -Q -V V , ff-gi-1-:ij " , " T, 2. f. xl- Jack Wyman .l A-we W,,..,., , . ,- " y ' - - '."'..:' 3. -H. Q' ,.::'g' .fr-4 . .- ', 9' Head Drum Major H ,,, . 1 if .-gig.:- -. Q Z""" ' 4- '-ff ru. 411,-1'-'-aw .-'S l ..., . -'1 ev- -. -hw J' . .. . o 5, 5.7-1, .-.T 10534-.n,,ic sg.,-4. , , , V ...,-- 1 .,- ., .fin 9 31 ,LP V if . iii., R -"' i""j.'Q"v fm ,553 f 11'+'?'? up f-we Q M ,.,,4 'ik -ffl-ww.: '. -Y " M-me -.xfeiivy-Q--,f .- + A - 'T'fre'I:?x 4.-sr 15-1?-?3f-221219- -fl45" '5 H97 " F LAGBEARERS Margaret Coward Barbara Gates Nell Williams wi 5 ll 5 1 7 'uni "5 eff' 1 -4, rl " a-'-F-vu - 1 F--1 1 ,. OFFICERS Jack Wyman, Captain John Savage, First Lieutenant J oe DeBruhl, Second Lieutenant Kenneth Ginn, Second Lieutenant Robie Strickland, Second Lieutenant DANCE ORCHESTRA Jack Wyman Steve Brown Mary Haddock Johnny Kennedy Billy Powell Joe DeBruhl Robie Strickland Donald Lynch Kenneth Ginn John Watts Ray Jones John Savage Bay F ann Betty Jean Paschall ff? gtk 'E hen H l Y X ,A -f V SUPERLATIVE Elizabeth Ann Cross Dean Best ARTISTS Carol Sherard Carol Carson GOLDMASQUER Loren Pate PHOTOGRAPHER Jimmy O'Tuel FACULTY Cynthia Denny Suzanne Edgerton SN? 7955 - EDITOR Faye Shargo ASSISTANT Marlene Malpass BUSINESS MANAGER I. C. Byrd ADVISORS Hazel McKeel E. L. Roberts SPORTS Meribeth Bunch Allen Daniels ADVERTISING Barbara Southerland Mary Lou Hults TYPISTS Carol Williford Lee Powell Barbara Cates Ann Lockey Carolyn Ford Sue Lahr Meribeth Bunch K . MANAGING .lack Wyman Billy Dail CLASS Mary Lou Ward Mary Frank Mooring Murray Borden Mary Jane Pemberton Emma Lou Chalk Y., px PN wlwwwlllllllm lm Nga w Em E .451 ORGANIZATION Billie Lassiter Leslie Weil SNAPSHOT Pat Garner Lib Jackson PROPHETS George Thompson Bobby Harrington LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Johnny Alley fi? C0-FEATURE EDITORS Nita Keel Mary Louise Compton ALUMNI EDITORS Linda Talton Rose West Editor LESLIE WEIL Advisor MR. E. L. ROBERTS EXCHANGE EDITORS Carolyn Ford Lenora Pate SPORTS EDITORS Agnes Lawler Bill Allen TYPISTS Mary Louise Compton Barbara Southerland Mary Frank Mooring Connie McIntyre W. A. Bissette Nancy Howard Carolyn Ford Business Manager .551 MARY FRANK MOORING BUSINESS STAFF 5. Barbara Southerland Cederic Johnson W. A. Bissette Gordon Maxwell Gloria Johnson ' Dorothy Casey Carolyn Ford Nancy Howard Patsy Sasser ' Susie Sasser Q I Fi Sistie Smith Linda Talton ' Ann Barwick Bill Allen Benny Ward Rose West EDITORIAL STAFF CIRCULATION MANAGERS W. A. Bissette Barbara Southerland ADVERTISING SALESMEN Mary Louise Elizabeth Ann Cross Make-up Editor PAT BROWN Photographers JIMMY O'TUEL PEGGY HARVELL Advertising Manager CAROL WILLIF ORD Zend! and Saw!! "If you wish to be remembered either write things worth the read- ing or do things worth the writ- ing." 6 ' K Ti 5. Leslie Weil Faye Shrago Billie Lassiter J. C. Byrd J ack Wyman Carolyn Ford Constance Mclntyre Mary Lou Ward Mary Scott Best Pat Brown Lin Cross Carol Williford Mary Frank Mooring Harold O'Tuel W. A. Bissette Barbara Southerland Mary Louise Compton Miss McKee1, Advisor Mr. Roberts, Advisor S FRANCES SMITH X mum Chief F' 'N qw -, ,Amr Y. ' i i .igqi N i iwwWM2i w VQmf'i i ,W i P WE? m i 1,vfiWTzliffmilw S Assistant PHILLIP FARMER Q Advisor MISS JANIE IPOCK J Assistant BILLIE LASSITER CAROLYN FORD L, 1 mu SUE LAHR MARY SCOTT BEST PAT GARNER CONSTANCE McINTYRE 3 I uf I , Elia Y MERIDETH BUNCH fl-an TTY BETTY LOU GOODMAN Q HAROLD O'TUEL f " 5-.b A ' . A T A 5 .M if 'Y ' ,.,. , J. C. BYRD BETTY HART -:"' , LOREN PATE ' 1. '.' V g 'fu' M ,Jap ,, I A 'I l 7, Sew 33171 ELIZABETH CROSS I JACKIE HILL " , .il VINNIE CROW SHIRLEY HINSON H I F A BARBARA SOUTHERLAND MARY LOU WARD CYNTHIA DENNY HENRY HOWELL LESLIE WEIL 5,1 H : , ' , Q - ' BARBARA JONES CAROL WILLIFORD v 2? 14 Wcufcowaf Www S ' HE Mary Lou Ward Tommy Marrow J. C. Byrd Billie Lassiter Pat Garner Harold 0'Tuel Jack Wyman V Henry Howell Johnny Alley Sonya Knight Constance Mclntyre Elizabeth Ann Cross Carol Carson Mary Scott Best, President Frances Smith, Vice President Leslie Weil, Secretary Loren Pate, Treasurer fm X WZX xl 2 S ' 2 XX X nw A., ' r ' v K? u f S. X'-Jr X - ' L .5 11? if V Q i ' 'B President Vice President C orresponrling Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer NORWOOD HOOD W. A. BISSETTE JOHN SAVAGE TOMMY MARROW JIMMY BARBER dftdlzy L X3 ,g in MISS ELIZABETH JACKSON Varsify Sweefheari' Norwood Hood Tommy Marrow Gordon Combs Allen Daniels Cedric Johnson W. A. Bissette Larry Frederick J ack Fail Bobby Brock .loe DeBruhl Jimmy Barber Gene Hales Billy Dail Harold O,Tuel Gordon Maxwell John Savage 'ywwitadlal When the score stands against me, and there se half to play, and I am hot and tired and strength to play the game. It is 1 feel fresh and there are no odds ago and I am tempted to cheat, to gamble I want to take life as a game do this, I need some strong lea be with me. When I am cowaz the sense that Thou, art bg. plan my way and givin Be with me in the co1 through life's cou adpmqa le chance to win, when there is a whole heart, then I pray, Divine Comrade, for Dugh to play when I am winning, when I 'g but when things are going wrong, -quit, then I need Thy help. my it fair and hard. To I pray that Thou, will always tired, or baffled, give me Ye, telling me how to e courage to keep on. today and all lnen. ,1 -.f fl' Q' ,I , . s iw 9 ,J- 'g .1 Billy Wise Bobby Riggs Carl Malpass Henry Howell Bryant Howell ,lim Black Eugene Lindsey Jimmy Brown Sonny Aycock Bill Moore I an Knieb Lloyd Curley Clemmie Twiford J. C. Faust Richard Moore Walter Wiggins 1 00 . V0 I 'P m P 4 Co-Captain Head Coach Co-Captain JACK FAIL NORRIS JEFFREY TOMMY MARROW 7955 S KX fl R v ,515 an v12'x'JI1f1P:- 'xi ,lm-uK""?Jh ig ig-gvn""1'L Harm , dn., , 7lI.','f,.n-.Q,f'Z' ML. :.u.., ,' vpn nn: '.' Vip' , . . .V ,. .. ...nn 4.......,...,,.....n..,.m-Pz,- . Y Vg .-V -fx-4Tf11:H.:,qLL----u-:Q-w. Q Liu, . Y Y -friaailml 'Samr""'-1"mf ' " -' "' -ui ...r f -, , Ifniyf' Q fx F fifsfjg I -.0 O, I ali E32 ' wi is ' w,,li.'H H,F,,,,wum5g!Tg 351,11 A ,1 xr I-N--1 2, ,,L M WH' ,. W if v 7 ' -B' , W- 'Wm Hy: 1 133, ' Y ,H - ,. 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Q m V , H H --M J ,TX iff lfl iw' If x , " ai-J, ,ff H Y 91 , f ' GERALD GRICE Fullback DONNIE KENNEDY Halfback M , , T ur ' ' ALLEN DANIELS CEDRIC JOHNSON Halfback Fullback , mm-if ....: "' "'f"W"'i2' M44 if V ' 1 E, l' X22 I 1 V' ' I w , 'k'1',,H...gggI1 ' Eifljgllmllwi,-J!5ff9f54'f ' I .uw wtuli-w-E1 '-,ni-,v 3. , Eg5jj?!f5'73"? 1 ,U 1 ' 3 A-G 4 Rp- v 5? 1 LARRY FREDERICK Fullback TOMMY GIBSON Halfback JOHNNY KENNEDY LEE COWARD Halfhack Quarterback JERRY ELLIS LLOYD GURLEY Quarterback End r HENRY HOWELL End BRYANT HOWELL End .rn , fl: '-" " 'A .....-"':::.'E. A ---W '-' ...i-Sr.. .4- W' :':r..ra.. , ---1i:,,,-tg-... E .- -n.1!..,.--.,4N -I -,- ,..W- ...., ""l. .LN-4' gwpiq ' ""' ' "-' 'f?3EI'1--elf., ,. ' "' ' "- , - ' ,, ,, ZH ' ,gg .'1'iTi'. af-F " , :f"7"L "' Wlxfgna' ,.,g,,.-C f' 'gari- ' 'V 8-3 " ,-' F .Il - . -H ,A f-,fr Ri-5? 11-an ,4 ' - -. .. ' wwrummwzrgw WWww . E X . .jm " , - . 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CLEMMIE TWIFORD Tackle ' 49 f ' L wvlq W 5 ' V .f 1 023' -L lfgQH,,.X.- P r x 535,531 Ku- f , . fgfla. 1' .,u,q.w,rg-3 ,,Z,'nJ- --49' . xii. -Hg vu. 1 - .,'ff"7'fV4T?f'G" - 1. . .lu V W. A. BISSETTE Tackle gf- . ,gil -.X - I ' n. A ..,. ' A' 1k t 1' K A W G ... ' t 4 M X Vx i f.. . . ' -0- - 1 ,. V .f A- , . . 1 ,p L1 l . , Q- i '-Hlr ' . iii' , if:-i'f"4' if 1' , L, fn ,Eff 1 565, 3,535.54 L l l u Q ,g-5: "ar - Q Lp:-11442 rgjzrm-f9Bf 5 4- , -"""- 1 '-"f?".:?"'53e .- , .1- F' 7" - Ig fi . 1 .u ' +3 ' J. ' A WY-7'95'Q4:i,',.1 'V an SSD..-lf F- - 5..-3743-'?.5?m'7ff :hid-R 1 'af 2.3, ' e l'.13':'g, Tiff: Q91 :lr 1' ' ijlig. f.L?'? atfyfwfg ,t-ff . . 1 .,, ' I 131 Q ' .1'Lw?f:if' V i'iI'x' WALTER WIGGENS Guard J. C. FAUST Tackle I 955 '2 fecafwi 453, gangs, : i . --rl.-q.g..1 "' "" ,' P G amy lll' T g -5 T W 5, 1 R' ,, 5, 91,-,w lllw W", lflml' im, Lllf I 0 1 l,55iwS!rQQ5..1,Lll Lil. ,ll 65? -mug . "jg, r, bill, Y"'ew"' 74' iff- j'4i?.v 4 EUGENE LINDSEY Tackle ,Z ,Un Ni" BOBBY McCARTER Guard Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro ffff .Nffff 0 ff--- 7 26 Warsaw .,..... 7 Rocky Mount --- .... 0 Raleigh -..--- 7 Wilmington .......... Wilson ...........,...... Fayetteville Smithfield ............ Kinston ................ Greenville ..... - ..... Durham ................ Cheerleaders Parade Band 0014 CrowninQ 63 1' r' Queen Bonfire Game Dance M, ' " 1 I . 4 J. V. Coach DON PERCISE --1 I J mam Wdfldtfy ?aoZZaZZ y , 'Fi l New I .,,N Co-Captain Junior High Coach COLTON CARAWAN and BILL ALLEN CLYDE WHITENER Jimmy Eason Edward Ezzell Charles Pierce Bill Barfield Norris Jeffrey Buddy Compton Norwood Eason Bill Mason Mac Reakes George Summerlin J ack Harrell Richard Moore Donnie Frederick Bill Allen Bobby O'Daniel Jimmy Eason Benny Ward Gene Denning Lamar Farmer Bill Wiggins Colton Carawan George Southerland, Manag Fred Parker Don Percise, Coach Lettermen: Gene Hales, Jimmy Barber, Jimmy Parker, John Henderson, Carl Malpass, Billy Parker, Donald Strickland. Non-Lettermen: Lamar Farmer, Billy Dail, Roger Wise, Vinnie Crow, John Savage, Jan Knieb. l N Coach, BILL KEMP Co-Captains, JIMMY BARBER and GENE HALES BILL MOORE X W - V' P P " bg n Bd . , L 16+ B 0 ? 'wif - x S Y, .5 TOMMY MARROW Y .. . i . E, , " if 13 1 ' Lia uR"'I 1- ' HQ BILL BODDIE GORDON COMBS 0 W' M ,M , f'F Zi fu X, ! ,V,V I W L '11, iw ' s M'll1"'lg44!"lQ5"... ., .Mu H, w, .L W . 1. BOBBY RIGGS CHARLES LEE Coach BOBBY BIZZELL - I X?- X QNL 1 HK. Q ,X jf. A 1- fig' JL" 'J -, 1 N 1. K fl 1 P. a.'l I jr i ,j fr 'W ', 1, gf' 'bm ' x K ,R . 7' 1- ' f' ' M ' MX A E-i f f A A,-f I .' . V 46 . ms A T"f gf 'f ' 'd , iz ' A A ? A W 1 'K , ff 5, 5 f I, soNNY AYcocK LEE COWARD C"'C"p""" LARRY FREDERICK Co-Captain 5 L? v fx P , Tl 'W Rfxw L R:,,,'j:, .,..,w, J ' 1 J A A Q I 1 . fi X, -M M.. ' Y Qi Y- ' Y -J 1 '40 LOYD GURLEY BILL ALLEN I I BILL HERRING SAM JONES Manager EDWARD HOWELL Manager .12 T -.Sr :L .if i Wmlf, I ,, Hi ' A b 1 N4 fc' xfg, Ca-Captain BILL MASON Coach Co-Captain DONALD PERCISE GLEN MASSENGILL Glen Mason Glen Massengill Bill Mason Walter Wiggins Rudy Best David Edgerton Benny Ward Colton Carawan Ray Harris Jeny Ellis ? .hi W 4 if 'M"r,Z',f f 'E uh ' 33 ' , ' ,QW 1 5 9891 I Q' bbw' E n 1 1' r -A A :A i 3- 4 42 73? 1. ,S ' " 5 K, . Av -9 Q ,gm - QT. JIMMY BARBER COACH NORRIS JEFFREY V N JS ' 1 0' .' . 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Walnul' Phone 672 BRYAN OIL COMPANY DisI'ribuI'ors AMOCO PRODUCTS Phone 825 Complimen+s of DlXIE'S BEAUTY SHOP GOLDSBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Save for a College Educafion INVEST IN OUR SHARES Then Buy Your Home Telephone 33I BRANCH BANKING 81 TRUST COMPANY "The Safe Execu'Ior" YOUR ACCOUNT LARGE OR SMALL WILL BE APPRECIATED Telephone 380 - 38I ,wif f J -.1 :ez W M T ffgiizimi, ,, 2 jg , if wg xv- 1 .Q when N -, H: " 255.- sw F -if! . A 'Rx Xa A -I HQ Xu. ff 3' ?24'f ' fi fx - L 3355, ,Y . if 6 - Fi TE.. :W 4 M. Y iii. . sa Jw- 4' r 7 '23, EEL - -- f V fqggz: 5? 4 , . 5 ' s .nv ,MM--hmm? ,,-- fi Complimen'I's Congra+ula+ions of +o 1'l1e Class of '56 ROBINSON'S HARRELL'S NEWS STAND I05 Norfh Cenfer Sfreei eomsaono, NORTH CAROLINA GOLDSBORO- N- C- ALONG LIFE'S PATHWAY - -1.2 JEFFREYS AND SONS ff R--' SEEDSMEN Wear Eas+man's Shoes M. N. SHRAGO Goldsboro, Norfh Carolina Disfribufor +0 Mercl1an+s Only Congra+ula'I'ions +o fhe Class of '56 GRlFFlN'S BARBECUE Pig Chicken its 1. . 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Depar+men+ Sfores "Where Ihe Na'I'ion Shops and Saves" GOLDSBORO NORTH CAROLINA Complimenfs of BUILDERS' SUPPLIES CO. 4 , 1133 .4 V 'f Q-A wan,- .0 QC!--.- 'Q-9 X- 'Ffa ,...4.x,.. J - i vkgg m -V tn -ml. , fe2fl'7-16" M F , 'fait-' r if wLl,..i.u- s 3 if CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '56 W. H. BEST 81 SON LEWIS AND BOWMAN, INC. GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Heavy Cons'rruc+ion GOLDSBORO OFFICE SUPPLY CO. "School Supply HeacIquarI'ers" SEE US FOR YOUR TYPEWRITERS OR SUPPLIES I39 N. CenI'er S+. PHONES 3585-3586 GOLDSBORO, N.C. FORD CARS FORD TRUCKS Complimems of Complimenfs of COMMUNITY GARRIS JEWELERS I42 N. Cen'I'er Sf. GOLDSI , . . Phone I8I4 BORO N C wx 1 QQ, ,farm 5a'73.E' 1 A irq Q :- 'P ,ae T1 'WV fs, Br. " -am." i H1E's A I, .., , ,z 1 3 xl. K P .ig CompIimen'I's of GOLDSBORO FURNITURE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Bell-S+uar+ Furni+ure Co. CreecI1's, Inc. Edwards 8: Jernigan Furnifure Co. Heilig-Meyers Co. Isaacs-Kahn Furni+ure Co. Johnson-Co'H'on Co. Rose Furnifure Co. 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