Goldsboro High School - Gohisca Yearbook (Goldsboro, NC)

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,uw g, if ". ',,jz1E L., .-. 38.5, .tl-1114,-,, .- Q, 4,1 M WW? WMM? W M55 W M4 W? lu 160 AW Volume 29 , , ' ' -,xl"3gf,'.Q," f - v-.V-W' ,V 2: cgdcdn Saadfza Euan: gaaauaa 7764-mga my same , . , .,,.l.'.l1N . - , U., HI - ' . f ' - 6 Vi 1 H -: h' 1 g ' l l A K4 fl fs . ,Q 'Say K 35,4 Q QQ? , W avg ' , 1 ' W -62Jf1f",T.,ff" 1 ... -"vw, . 4 1 l . She is never happier than when! i'n the yar l l .day gbes -byihthat these .boards arelfnof filled with geometric proofs and ' working amld her flowers ln me greal ouldoolsl A ,d6QlQrlls."pry algebra 'symbols,-which are charggferistic of the two subjects taught ' f dl bY'Ml5'lM?"0'l--L ' 7 ' ' l ' ' l, l l.l f4Smde7fzomt4eWeafu! A smile goes deeper than the lips, and this same smile seen day after day is genuine and reveals what the heart must really feel. Trying to please the hunger pains and taste buds of almost a thousand students and several teachers is Mrs. Eleanor Yelverton's almost impossible daily task nine months each year. She goes about her tadlwlchneerlmly, managing to keep within the limited lunch- roomubuclng-et. X' It is in appreciation of her cheerfulness to- ward us and her desire to execute her duties efficiently and in an atmosphere of pleasant- ness that we honor Mrs. Yelverton in our 1960 GOHISCA 3 Dr. Nathaniel H. Shope 7 Dr. Shope, our new superintendent, was born in Hunting- ton, Pennsylvania. After graduation from high school, he attended Otterbein College and received his Bachelor ot Arts Degree there. He obtained his Master of Arts Degree, as well as his Doctor's Degree at the University of North Carolina. He has furthered his studies at Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Shope has held principalships at Bessemer City, Elizabethtown, and Hartsell. He came to Goldsboro in July from Elizabeth City where he had served as Superintendent of the City schools. Dr. Shope's four-member family includes his wife, Ann, his daugh- ter, Patricia Ann, his son, Mat- thew, and himself. Mrs. Webster, secretary to Dr. Shope, is well occupied as she takes dictation from the super- intendent. Mme.- am Eau: to Qu Congratulations to those riff you who are about graduate from Goldsboro High School. You willthave soon complet d a specified course or program, of education. I u are noyv prepared. by the knowledge and experiencestflgained to continue with further study or tp eigdeavor tbf find a place the business worldi .ltsigff 4 sincere hope that you twill becgrpdwgyt' ': zens of the community, state, i d nation. To those of yoiiyrho are returning to Golds- boro High School next year, I urge yo , with the assistance ot your, parents and t c ers, to select the courses' whikh will bestfprepare u to be worthy citizens in1 .,,. our democratic society and will bringytinancial success in your chosen occupation. yy "M, Since knowledge alone l"f. will not result in a full and happy lite, it is necessary for each of you to develop an awareness of spiritual values and a strong moral character. lthope that each of you will keep these thoughts in mind as you plan yoifr future course of action. i Sincerely, .i i' N ll 5 Dr. N. Hltkfihope Mr. Ray Armstrong, past superintendent, converses with Dr. N H Shope, new superintendent ot Goldsboro Graded Schools. Qvwr .4 a . - .ff-1T' ... .. 17 'I x-fb lj A1 I ' ,J f Lf. lZ4l,,4yZif'J The Goldsboro Graded School's Board of Education meets regularly once each month. At these meetings the board members discuss, consider, and act upon matters pertinent to the education of the students in the city system. Mrs. Blandina E. Webster Secretary to the Superintendent ,ILEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Mr. E. T. Frphlltlin, Mr. Lloyd Fonville, Mr. Crris Dumas, Mr. Lindsay Warren, Jr. and Mr. Monroe Best. LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Dr. A. H. Pate, Dr. . . Shope Mrs Frank Remsburg Mr Harry 'r, and Mrs. A. Shepherd. XX Dr. A. H. Pate Chairman of Board . . . . .f I' bervlng most efficiently in the capacity of secretary to the superintendent! I Dr. A. H. Pate is shown presiding at one of the monthly meetings is Mrs. Blandina Webster. Mrs. Webster has held this position since 1941. of the school board. I e I I , t Q I t II . E I 1 3 'z sl l'i El tr It S ri I E I ts: af is 5 .ii .I ' 131, If . I ll .E I I Et' I .5 'L I I ,it J, ii i it , Smm Dear Seniors of 1960: You have now reached one of the very important goals of lifes Please let me congratulate you for keeping the ambitions which ave brought you to this stage of your educatio . 'he future promises more for its youth than y era has ever offered. Hold fast to the opportu ties you have within your grasp and plan for the uture which can be yours, and keep growing itlwisdom and in favor with God and man. l sincerely than youkifor the many deeds of kindness and the s rvice you have rendered to me and to your tea ers and algassmates. During the years to come l now you willlcherish the ideals and dedicated servi which have m de Goldsboro High School a bett place for those s dents who come after you. K .f A Sincerely yours, X C. W. Twiford, Principal The Twiford Family Circle consists of Mr. Twifordp his wife Efh I- th' ' ' ' ' 1 b k Mrs Howell is shown cuse to class for a student 'Lind el' Son' Clemmle' Whose plclure ls ln he ac This is one of her many duties as secrefary To tTfe principal groun Miss Margaret Kornegay, director of Guidance at G.H.S., helps the students with both their personal and vocational problems. MMM ff-" 744 Almighty Father, Author of.Truth, Giver of Wisdom, the Great .Teacher of us all: Let us be aware of Thy presence and obedient to Thy will. Keep me true to my best self, guarding me against dishonesty in purpose and in deed, and helping me so to live that l can stand unashamed and unafraid before my classmates, my loved ones and Thee. Protect those in whose love I live. Give me the will to do the work of a man and accept my share of responsibilities with a strong heart and al cheerful mind. Make me faithful to my duties and mindful of the traditions of the school of which I am a part. If l am inclined to doubt, steady my faith, if l am tempted, make me strong to resist, if I should miss the mark, give me the courage to try again. Guide me with the light of truthyand keep before me the life of Him by whoseexample and help li trust to obtain the answer to my prayer, Jesus Christ our1Lord. , -A i ,Amen . 2 l l 731' S ul' ' .ufm as 141, -fb A- , ily! ML.- 'W--1-af ,TNQ . .21 xf,f.'.'.,P,11'1i-4 'I .4 1. . v .- W ' P KA' , ,- n 1 f I' 1 r '. 5 - 1 fu-13211-LS 4' ,. , , W .fn fJt'ifww W. y vn 1 4 A'wi"5I'Q "ff, . nv. ,IH 1 ya. Q' f4f,1,.., .,b ,Mx AMC: , -3. I 9, 1' v' J' ' , , , fW.-w f,sr . f , 'fx lu F qlgwv , 4 u M MZ "N G 'Q ,.A5' X' 7fm"f'w4 WGA' I ,, , M .A-'W' ' " W W, 'fp , ,,1',f, vi X f, M7 -4 .. ".. '-rx L,A . AW A ..,. 1 f ' 1 ef - "" X T T' Edgewood Elementary School I , ff, W. K fff I' I Q ry , ,,, 5' sw T S ' f' ffa. -,rf ,. , -4 dl ,ff Qi -'2.T21'W - i' I 9 , ABOVE' Meadow Lane Elementary , , ,v'Q,. l' l cy School ft' fyfiifoyx 16' f 'far X A ,Q ,I X . wylffiy l I" 1, A 4 X 'N 'JC f K+ 6 W S . X l t' L If if-v ,Z wr.. g yi t ff! Hy iffy QJLTV xg ifflf' " ', o.H.s. EXISTS BECAUSE. . . These six schools which supply the high school with its students are all located in the city limits and are under the iurisdiction of the Goldsboro City School Board of Education. Meadow Lane is an exception, coming under the County Administrative Unit. Its students are composed mainly of base personnel. The superintendent's office is the nucleus around which all the city schools revolve. I0 , il 1 NX, Q4 if f- ..... . f il, X fe' S T27 'I ff ffl .l'pfff"f J i If XXBELO : Virginia Street Elementary School .,.1-2 M - n 54. f, - Maven, A ,, .,, . I 2 , 2 ffm-vQh3'9,,j--y4'fQf-2,-f,l.y"g vw.: wg,hfw.,"c f , fam-,. ,, , -M. 5 if :. ff William Street Iementary School AB E Goldsboro Jumor Hugh School I I ' -..Z...,.f: I j'BELOW: alnut Street Elementary School A .AN " X, ,f ,H K Y f t , ,.,.. fl V li F' .vlf7 f 'll 5 ,J V. Mfg, VI, :lx iff, J 5 f ft f l KW ff 'PLA-zf"'t 5 ,K L ' kit! ' ff ff ls BELOWp'Superintendent's Office .-nl :N 1 t l t l 2 s E E F E i E Q l t, 5 4 l I2 4, E 'J i li ll ll E 2 s S 4' a t E. 1 2 V Z Ls 5 6 F ll E 3 l lE ,S tv After lunch many students wander Crowded or not, one must get his Fire driHs at our school are Many interesting books may outside for a breath of fresh air. book from his locker. frequent occurances. be found in our well- stocked library. I 2 u E S!! ll 151' , H 4.1. 1154, . Q54 ' ' 1:35, il. .i,- Ase .s ss , " , . x Lmsr' , if , 1 3 - K' Kiwi! 2 . . .,. I , I . - f 4. a., ' - ff fi-QQ, ' 1. f N 1' Zo-ff!i5-afgq.?:,fa- .hai fs . r-1 444 ' , .,4,,,, 1' l fi M, K Wiwf Our gymnasium is the scene of many exciting evenis which include the Jr.-Sr., Varsity Club Dance, and Those rapid- moving basketball games. . ' " " -'-' ' if , i s2 '2g:a.-.- V,-cg 1"I",' . ' 1 . T 1 ' . zylltzig i ase'-2:11 V A 91 1 ' ,1sJ"kSi f+ Him!ggaiwfingsssevsiiiif 3 my . ay, I. is fi 2. 2. 5 2' Q - :inn IIIIQE-QSQIKSQQEIQKM RQQZQ ja -2 2 gg xiii: -3 '1" -A-I iilllifh m n f isilwaia' xgxafxxnsa:ugf,m3alfiihfai31 ' 5 ' -. Y M za N i in fi - L " .gr ' Eglgg ii 'fi if " ' "" ' Q' z' ' fx. -,mai . ..s,.. ..,-My.. . . 4 ,.. 4. 4' The east side of the building is fine for keeping cool during lunch time in The spring. The back of G.H.S. affords a different view. This is typical of the long Oops! Late to class again. line of students found be- tween classes at the water fountains. . g,: fs 1' ' ff. -sw . , ,X uf. , I K iy, -1, ev . M041 There lust never seems to be enough room for everybody on our school buses. -.f J' ' r A ' ' ' 44 , , Q. J , f . , .2 f gl sf X y" I 1 ,A,' ff "Q f it - " ftdml WW,,Q y f ff' ,I fi V i l Time out for socializing t Skinneys - favorite gathering place for both high school and college crowds .1-. fl, ,X hu No one can expect the academic side ot school lite to take over completely. We here at Goldsboro Senior High are no different from the average, but we tind it advantageous to segregate work a n d play and to do each well at its proper time. Laying the academic aside tor the time being, it is interesting to make a sweep of the student body. This sweep tells us if t-J These students represent a few of the brains found at G.H.S. lt appears that everyone had to have his GOHISCA autographed, Getting out the Hl-NEWS usually proves no easy task. Casualties among the 'Football play- ers are common around G.H.S. 34424, . . .f why we can be justly proud of our clubs and other organi- zations, why our publications are ot highest quality, why our social life plays its role and plays it well, why we en- ioyably engage in athletics. . Watch us in class if you Wish, but watch us around the school. We iustity our acl- vancement by giving credit to our students, teachers, and ad- ministration, but in a nutshell, we know it stems from our love and loyalty towarcl our school. Crowded conditions pre- vail at the change of classes. ,,. 1 ' 5 . tl -r ff jx A ' The Junior High cheerleaders get practice on the campus of the Senior High. X . IOM ' An after-school stop at the corner drug store furnishes iust the uplift needed. . Zvyyy We -. ,, vs.. .5 f Indications are that phones and phone booths are in great demand. al? f fy Q V 4, In , Q l L1 , .. Ak . x V am. 1 AW' vf "Qu,-1 I N. xiii' Fmaf wil' -55111 2 Wi X , w 1 I Q4 - ff 4 ., 3 ' .' ,- ,:a,,"'7' 5243" W,-V " W , , J 1 ,, , , , . gala?" 5,4 ' '--,M 1,..:.fm -V - ff ff' ,- 4, . - ,Q s4wffE'vw.,-- f 9 ' ' Y , 3 fu 'A " , 1' mf. ,Lx H The Reading for Understanding" tests are given periodically during the year Mrs Balkcum distributes the tests as Boots Horton and Carol Utley observe and receive their copy. CLlFTON .l. SALLY ELIZABETH F. BRITTON BUCKNER GRANT High school English courses are designed generally to make the student aware of the necessity of effective communication with the society in which he lives, and to develop his ability to use the lan- guage as a means of establishing for himself a better economic and social position. Specifically, the obiectives are to increase the vocabulary of all stu- dents, to cgyejxop skill in writing and speaking, to stress correctness always in granizdg and punctuation, to teach appreciation of our heritage thrfiwhffitefature. ln the English Department, there are seven certified English teach- ers and two Busin s English teachers, Mr. I. K. Williamson and Miss Mildred Clayton. ,t g 1 4' 7 Mil l fffllflk! lx L I flux -' ' 3 fy, SCROGGS il L 4'4fQ,Q ., 7' all J'-...I i .f f I' 'Ii ,N rf 1 S ft l , ' eau awe EUGENE L. ROBERTS ELEANOR C. SIMPSON an Vmyeofr DORIS B. WARD one of the nine books each student is com- pelled to read each year. Margaret Edmundson gives a review of wa 7 V' fig Mrs. Balkcum, attended East Carolina College and re- ceived a Bjxfhelor of Science Degree . teaches Sophomore English and is visor to the Re- ception Committee. Mr. Britton has a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He attend- ed East Carolina College and the University of North Carolina. Mr. Britton teaches radio and drama, and is Director of the Goldmasquers. Mrs. Buckner attended Woman's College and receiv- t. ed a Bachelor of Arts Degree. She teaches English for three periods a day. She ioined the faculty of Golds- boro in September. Miss Grant obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree after attending Woman's College and the University of North Carolina. She teaches Senior English and U. S. History. Miss Grant is advisor to the Student Associa- tion. Mr. Roberts has obtained a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts Degree. He attended Wake Forest and has done graduate work at a number of colleges. Mr. Roberts teaches printing and iournalism and is advisor to the Hi News. Mrs. Scroggs attended Wake Forest where she re- ceived her Bachelor of Arts Degree. She teaches Sen- ior and Junior English and is co-advisor to the Senior Class. Miss Simpson teaches Junior English and Latin. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Duke Uni- versity. Miss Simpson is advisor to the Junior Class and the Latin Club. rmzFmza,40m England Mrs. Ward obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Meredith. Mrs. Ward teaches Sophomore English and one Junior English. l i . ll: 1 i l l l American Literature is studied by Junior English students. Jean- lr ette Knight and Betty Muller help Miss Simpson with her attrac- tive bulletin boards. They are usually centered around what l' the class is studying at the time. Ei V, SHORT STQRHS . 4, L53 . ' 'ff I It , . , 'S K f', r il " ' 1 it 9? - ....-,,.,- - Q1 ,H . . ,7 ' gl iff, ANTH' -A Z -'....,V ,H . LB if A .QM 'i B l aff? . erm l 'C ' .47 yy' Borden Parker and Billy Stone. Mrs. Balkcum relates some of her accumulated knowl- edge of characters from Julius Caesar to Sophomores, t.. K, . x .4 . ' ' 2-' r 1 yt.. r e 4, . 'f , ,', . e , r .' 0 , l .-, , J, f 4 ' r ' if p... vi ' J 4' 1 , 1 4 f I , pa J. r sf' . Y.. ,V +6 . Each year the Seniors are required to write an English theme. Here, a group of Miss Grant's students work diligently in order to get their note cards in on time. 5 X l My X c Danny Shepherd demonstrates his English Literature l proiect, a model of a Shakespearean theater. l l li Diagramrnmg is done in all English classes to help the students to understand sentence structure Macon Remsburg shows to her fellow classmates the different parts of a sentence by the use of a diagram .i , Printing, under the instructions of Mr. Roberts, re- quires a great deal of concentration and hard work. Robert Hadden prepares the type for the new report cards. 20 X t sc it ' f A ll E is ' In i - f' l M ' ' . 1 ,gjw iii' "' '- ' I yr "' Xi a r-Qsaffv' ,...-sf' Langhorn Bell, Connie Smith, and Jimmy Vinson rehearse for a radio pro- gram to be given under the direction of Mr. Britton. JOHN THOMPSON Mr. Thompson attended Ap- palachian State iTeacher's College and has a Bachelor of Science Degree. He di- rects the band. ' 4a .fave 74 Om 77 f The Music Department offers a varied program, which tries to meet the needs of the instrumentalist as well as the vocalist. Each student may experience the color and pomp of precision marching through the Goldsboro High School band or enioy per- forming a contemporary opera such as "Amahl And The Night Visitors" by being a member of the A Cappella Choir. Each area of the Department strives to help and encourage its members to seek a high standard of intrinsic values and to find aesthetic beauty through music. GEORGE TRAUTWEIN Mr. Trautwein attended Westminster Choir College and received a Bachelor and a Master of Music Degree. He teaches choral music. ?E:.1 1 4 J Mary Virginia Watts, Joyce Elmore, and Johnnie Hood assist Mr. Thompson in keeping E copies of their music filed in 'Que correct place. guvpsd' girls, under is leadership of Mr. Trautwein, practice their parts for ,an opera byi Girls' Chorus. Mr. Thompson directs the band in a rehearsal. ff . f, I. I 1 1. f 1' ,sl J' .ft ' 1' ' ' ll, the Music Department. K4 5-4- K, A great deal of rehearsing is done for each of the concerts that are presented by 15711 Jmx Muller illustrates the use of mathematics by a bulletin board. "Mathe- matics is the skeleton of education." Q Norman Page explains how his classmates learn al Q27 i fc-,g, f 'ff Z, than: , M1741 ff . -1 j f -K IP' J 4117.1-4 Qfyfnfbd ff f :mem 7 ff' 4 Om M To meet the demands tor mathematics there are twenty classes which include one Algebra I class taught by W. D. McRoyg two Algebra I classes by Sam Johnsong and two Mathematics ll under the supervision of Sam Shugart. This does not include Miss Ipock, Miss Flanagan, and Miss Mixon who are full time math teachers with tive math classes each. Wofk Today Two trigonometry students dis- play their skill in Trig class to Ed Frank points out different types of geometry figures to Miss Flanagan's algebra class. ,sbp . g . , 7 . The obiectives of the Mathematics Depart- ment are to develop interest in and an ap- preciation for mathematics as a basic tool in every day living, to develop a thorough understanding of the fundamental mathe- matical manipulationsg and to develop a reasoning attitude which will be of benefit to the student in every walk of life. two of their classmates. yn--Ev tellers in the American MARTHA SUE FLANAGAN Miss Flanagan received her Bachelor of Science Degree from East Carolina College in February of 1959. She taught in Vir- ginia for three months. She ioined the faculty here in September. JANIE IPOCK Miss lpock attended Woman's College and the University of North Carolina, where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree. Miss lpock is advisor to both the National Honor Society and to the Mar- shalls. INA I. MIXON Miss Mixon obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree from Guilford. She has also attended Columbia University, the University of North Carolina, and Wom- an's College. Miss Mixon is advisor to the Sophomore Class. W' I K1 is N ii 5 2 sl Lf. i T l. ll 'ii' 'Wink K w .2 ,il i l i ', i ,gw N...-w gf mf' ,ff X ,i . , ,iffwff Ill ident, observes the type of math used by 23 Mrs. Jones demonstrates "blood typing" to her class by using Mitchum Stroud and Eddie Hynes as "guinea pigs." ,ff Q -f ,ffl 'N ff . 1 we -' ii ll t' 5 lf N D X .ll 'I i 1 Z Mr. Markham ex lains a h sics roblem to his stu- P P Y P dents by using an inclined plane. 24 Mr. Markham and four Chemistry students observe an experiment on Om Mrs. Gillikin attended Woman's College and received a Bachelor of Science Degree. She teaches four classes of biology and one class of chemistry. Mrs. Gillikin is co-ad- visor to the Biology Club. Miss Jones teaches five classes of biology. She obtained a Bachelor ot Arts Degree from Meredith and a Master of Arts Degree from East Carolina College. She has done graduate work at N. C. State and University of North Car- olina. Miss Jones is co-advisor to the Biology Club. Mr. Markham teaches physics and chemistry. He is ad- visor to the Science Club. Mr. Markham attended the Uni- versity of North Carolina and has a Bachelor of Arts De- gree. ELIZABETH H. GERALDINE EXCELL GILLIKIN JONES MARKHAM, JR. t35'..."t 'whirl at ll W! rx, "frantic x X A . Gwen N the bod, eyta v f 56. ,, "fractionation. -4 14 ,ff - 7 'ff!l,1 1, 41-f ZA . ffff' flffkgf ,A af fffyfa Mrs. Gillikin and Mr. Markham show ggnaplvf chemistry studentszn, experiment involving metallic sodium. Z, ff XX, Seduce D ,Z all Q. Th Science Department of Goldsboro Senior High School endeavors to elp the students find their places in the living, growing, and chang- ing world, to understand and appreciate the interdependence of plant and animal life, to understand and appreciate a man's total dependence on Mother Nature, and to help the students find their relationship to the creator of the world. ln so doing, we hope to aid each student in finding hisfpfoper place in life. 7Th l' Department is comprised of three hundred and fifty biology stu ents instructed by Miss Jones, Mrs. Gillikin, and Mr. McRoy, one hundred and forty chemistry students with Mrs. Gillikin and Mr. Mark- ham as instructors, thirty-two physics students taught by Mr. Markham, and thirty physical science students under Mr. McRoy. Disecting is done quite frequently in order to study the parts of the body Bill Lane and Ed Bradel disect their frogs as Mrs Gillikin observes Gwen McLamb, Ellen Lentz, and Craig Langston examine parts of the body. We Making clothes is one of the many proiects done by Home Ec stu- dents. Joan Price busily attempts to finish cutting her material so that she may start her dress. 1 it i ,N ll -, N ffl if ll . ll i j , ,M ti K j lj il ll I ' i Mrs. Shine, Home Ec teacher, attended the University of Missouri where she ob- tained her Bachelor of Science Degree. She received her Master of Arts Degree from the University of North Carolina. Mrs. Shine is advisor to the Future Home- L makers of America. RUTH SHINE Mr. Stevens has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts De- gree. He attended North Carolina State. Mr. Stevens teaches three classes of indus- trial arts and two classes of mechanical drawing. LLOYD STEVENS GLW y ermu i Warne .f""'?X if The pur osq of the Home.Economics Di t is to provide opportunity for pupils to gain experience, which serves as a means of meeting day-by-day needs of home and family living. Areas such as child care, clothing, budgeting, foods, health, and housing are covered. A Home Economics student gains a wide and varied field of experience that will prove to be most beneficial in the fu- ture. There are four classes of second and third year students under the supervision of Mrs. Shine. ...,,, ,,.,,,.,,,.a-,, 5 I J Together, Sally Davis and Susan Bell prepare a meal as part of an examination. 7 1-fm Industrial Arts affords students to simultan- eously use their math, science, English and other subiect knowledge. Here they explore through many kinds of work in the laboratory shop, exer- cising all their abilities, consolidating their men- tal and physical skills, seeking an appropriate vo- cational choice and adding ioy to their schooling. 1 4 l Z Dist time pan it D.E. views, organi other i D.E. seniors three i F Ann that i .2 Pit' tunic oi tl civic be l their D. 'X T tl gl.. Jimmy Richter listens affenfively 35 Mr, Three students work anxiously in order to finish the majority Stevens explains the basic steps in the of their wood proiects before the term ends. operation of an Industrial Arts machine. Kenneth the DUO time program where a student is in school part time and works part time. views, business habits, salesmanship, store organization, retail advertising, displays, and other phases, of the business world. seniors, and to some sophomores. There are three classes taught by Miss Florence Faison. :ali ' life ' W D' 5 Distributive Education is a cooperative part- D.E. includes grooming, personal inter- D.E. is open to all interested juniors and Ann Denning and Evelyn Potts look over a D.E. display that is used to demonstrate types of selling approaches. . . . 0 - The urpose of Diversified Occupations is to r 'de instruction and tr ' ' to students in Faye Clayton, a D.E. student and part-time employee of Belk-Tyler 8: Co., diligently attempts to sell a pair of shoes to Mrs. Bobbie' Keen. 'A -.-f-fs 0 f I 1? Q , ,Z i-. ff yfffyof ff' ffsfffffif' if 11 gf, 11,114 ! Miss Faison teaches three DE classes and is advisor to the D.E. Club. She at tended Womans College a Bachelor of Arts Degree iunior and senior classesfTh rimary obiective of this department E to increase the students' civic and vocational intelligence so that they will be better prepared to enter the occupation of their choice and to advance in this occupation. D.O. is composed of two classes with a total of twenty-seven students. Kenneth Butler works part time at Nash Printing Co. under Reading and class discussions play an important the D.O. plan. part in D.O. classes. tm- libwzvm. , .. FLORENCE W. FAISON Mr. Plonk received his Bachelor of Science Degree trom Western Carolina College and has done graduate work at New York Uni- versity, North Carolina State College, and re- ceived his Master of Science degree from East Carolina. He teaches D.O. and is advisor to the D.O. Club. HAL K. PLONK fiimv-fr' tvs. Frank Wilson and Miss Grant examine United States History proiects that pertain o the co- lonial days of Averica. tl A t l 1 'll ,L i yl' ff ,f1F,f'tf,4f', M -If ,JZ ,. 1-A fi Vi 5 I fa' ff" 'l fl . lvl' l J! if I ,' 'XX ly I 'V Randy Gardner displays to the class and to Linda and Betty Summerlin a gun dating back as far as the Civil War. The Civil War is one of the study highlights in U. S. His- tory. "- , . . lf- .H W fThe ocial Science Department ot Goldsboro High Sc ol is divided into three parts: World History, taught by Mr. Wiggins and Mr. Howell, United States History, taught by Miss Grant, Mr. Sanderson, Mr. Whitener and Mr. Johnson, and Sociology taught by Mr. Whitener amclfAAr. Howell. ,,wasic obiective in teaching Social Science is to give students an understanding of problems of the past viron med "lo k littlet ct thi- to let- to ev Virginia Eakes shows her World History class pictures illustrat mg Man s progress through the years Discussions and debates play an important part in sociology classes. Here, Mr. Howell's class has a discussion on the cur- rent issue ot integration. llevei tries in order to prepare them to live in their en- vironment today An ancient philosopher sum- med thls up rather effectively when he said, To know nothing of the past is to understand little of the present and to have no conception of the future Another important obiective is to teach the student to think for himself and to evaluate what he reads. 'Q , f 5 ,-.B-.wg-i,fp, Beverly Griffin points out different trade routes of other coun- tries during a World History report in Mr. Wiggins' class. CLYDE WHITENER Mr. Whitener received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Wake Forest. He Miss Grant and Jane Edwards look over a map showing land ownership. DONALD HOWELL Mr. Howell obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree from East Carolina Col- lege. He teaches Sociology and World His- tory. Mr. Howell ioined the faculty of G. H. S. in September of 1959. SAM JOHNSON Mr. Johnson teaches U. S. History, Al- gebra l, and English lll. He attended King's Business College and East Carolina College. He has a Bachelor of Science De- gree. WILLIAM SANDERSON Mr. Sanderson graduated from East Carolina College with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He teaches U. S. History and Driver Training. Mr. Sanderson also coaches the base- ball team. DURWOOD WIGGINS Mr. Wiggins teaches World History and Driver Training. He received his Bachelor Ag..,.fj-au.. teaches Sociology, U. S. History, and World History. of Arts Degree from Atlantic Christian College. He has done graduate work at East Carolina College. wi Tape recorders and record players play an important part in our Foreign Language classes. Charles Hooks plays one of his French records for Mrs. Haiiar and Faye Griffin. rs., M. JOSEPH I N E HAJJAR Mrs. Haijar attended school at Le Lycee Orthodone de Damascus. She is a new V, A f ,f ,-lg-Af ,f IJVTMM vf Qywf' 57 fWe believe at modernjoaseign Languages d classical languages are as important in the ollege preparatory curriculum today as they were in the traditional curriculum, therefore, we of- fer Latin II, French I, II, III, and Spanish I and II. We have more than three hundred students in the Department and three faculty members, Miss lEleanor Sirnpson, Mrs. Josephine Haiiar, and Mrs. lflune Y. Wharton. At present, there are four French I classes, two French Il classes, two Latin II classes an one Spanish I class in the Department. Lou Barfield detains Mrs. Wharton in the halls, and they converse in French about the football game to be played that night. ,ls lift. aid V and llama dss' V . IIIIE IL led W pare ever-s 'Lillie livell Davie dolls z addrift-Bart to our school ai this year. Mrs. Haiiar teaches French I and is co- advisor to the French Club. A great many reports, current and historic, are given throughout the year. From these reports, the students learn a great deal about the culture and civilization of the country whose language they are studying. Harriet Vinson and Don Edgerton display their quarter Latin proiects I 1, , lo inn, to 7 ' s we endeavor To Teach foreign languages, we k p in mind These aims: To know, assimilate a d hand down in Turn to our studenTs.The best nd the living in The legacy of The past, To under- Tand The present, or better, To help The pupil un- derstand himself and The world, To prepare for The future imaginaTively and wiTh flexibiliTy blend- 5 ed wiTh essential steadiness of purpose, To pre- 5 are for democratic life and for cooperation in an er-shrinking world, iT being understood that "T e democracy is not averse To wise and selec- 5554 . . , H "fq,a. tive adership. '1f.,?gl,,,?5!o '-:..""'v ui hw 21, I . gifs H ff: ' f"'sL',-4 :Walsh f ' T i gmifoes Paula Reitz displays Spanish mementos from her Trip To Mexico, but Jimmy Lambert is more interested in his Spanish news- paper. . JUNE WHARTON Dottie Gibson Tells her classmates many interesting Things about her F 'i dolls and other keepsakes from her Travels To foreign lands. ,Ll ggi' Iyylljglomllegilgesaisgggg Lkgregrfk V versity of Chicago, University of Maine, ,A ,,.,fI.:T1g-'jnd East Carolina College and has a ' IV ffl! 'N Bachelor of Science Degree. This year, fyrlfl Ajhe is co-advisor to the French Club and advisor to the Spanish Club. V 7 ' .' , i K 'Wifi it .lu , . , , . , L f,J,fQ"-' .Rf lly ff.-'aff dl. 1 ful il X Reading French and Spanish magazines and newspapers are only one of The in Teresting Things Foreign Language students do during free class periods. 1 If , to their classmates. A A - Exercise is taken daily by PE boys in the form of games and calisthenics. ' ' Wage? Although present-day emphasis is on developing our minds, we must not forget The importance of keeping our bodies in good condi tion. lt is the aim of The Physical Education Department to provide stu- dents with the knowledge and means of keeping Themselves physical ly fit, thereby promoting good health. A student Taking Physical Educa- tion learns not only The skills of The sports, rythm, and coordination, but The rules for good posture, health habits, and sportsmanship. ,A 1 1 lit u.f- X rv- 'iff - S Cage boys are appointed to distribute uniforms, shoes, etc. Two of the cage boys are .shown with Mr. Shugart as they go about their daily iob. P.E. is not all play and no work, but most stu- dents agree that even the work is fun. 74447 Mr. Shugart teaches math as well as P.E. and serves as coach to a number of different teams. He attended Guilford and the Uni- versity of North Carolina. He has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts Degree. Mr. McRoy attended Duke University, East Carolina College, and The University of North Carolina. He has a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science Degree. Mr. McRoy teaches three Science classes and is head football coach. If it's a book you're looking for, there's no better way to find it than by going to the card catalogue. Mrs. Ertel gives instructions to a library assistant about finding a book or information about a book. Mrs. Ertel attended Sa- lem College, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree. She did graduate work at Ap- palachian State Teachers College and the Univer- sity of North Carolina, where she received her Master of Arts Degree, Mrs. Ertel serves as Li- brarian and teaches Li- brary Science. MARGARET P. She is advisor to the Library Club and the Li- ERTEL brary Committee. 74e.lcZfzwzq- de? 4646 Libraries are a measure of civilization, depositories of all the accumulation of man's knowledge, source of learning, and in- spiration of study, as well as limitless providers of entertain- ment and amusement. A good school library is possible only when one can not tell where the school leaves off and the li- brary begins, for a library must be used to be of value. To help in making library services available to more people, we have library student assistants, a library committee, and a Library Club of interested students who try to see that all patrons are helped to find the information or recreational reading for which they are looking. , -,-- , ,gf A A.. 'C t f . . s""'- . ,L .iff f -r ' Qfr " Jf ,MA " I ll WUI' l 2 Y' Library in Action! The library has "books for wisdom, piety, delight, or use." There's nothing in the library that brightens the room more than the gaily colored bulletin boards. Joanne Zambelli pre- pares another of the displays designed to increase reading interest. UUK QEEX HDV I- Ginnie Rivenbark, Delores Van Wormer, and Wanda Grady, assistants, perform their duties expertly in order to get books processed in time for National Book Week. r an 2 fTh Business Department at Goldsboro Senior Hig School plays a vital role in the over-all curric- ula, not only for the business-minded student but also for the student desiring to advance his educa- tiqmfbeyond the high school level. ,fl Thej primary purpose of the business program isxiteftrain and prepare students effectively for any practical clerical or stenographic position or to give the same students the knowledge needed to further their studies in the field of business education or administration. ln fulfilling the primary purpose, the' department offers two years of typing, one year of bookkeeping, two years of shorthand, an introduc- tory course in general business, and a practical courgi-ni'r'r,business English. ,fi.The lther purpose of the business program is to o er a one-year course in typing to any student desiring to have a basic knowledge of the course. Four Typing I classes are taught, one Tvping ll, one Bookkeeping I, one Shorthand I, one Shorthand Il, three General Business, and four Business English classes are taught. 1 I , Office practice entails a great many things. Here, Pat Grice and Olivia Powell are occupied using the mimeoscope ma- Wllll Nl from ulty H ll Englis M from our if lypin She is Mis Wt Chine and the paper cutter. il I' Qfflsf f i it it QW r i itjyl' kd 1 ylfwlfa t Baclielc BW Nur' Office practice also brings to the students the use of the electric typewriter and the mimeograph machine. Janice Batten and Nancy Dixon are demonstrating the use of the two. Shorthand always proves to be highly exciting and most beneficial. Inci- dentally, boys are not barred from the course 34 5,4 - dr" if 66866606698 00000000000 090090043606 900600000809 I. K. BETTY F. MILDRED WILLIAMSON WILLIAMSON CLAYTON r Mr. Williamson received his Bachelor of Science Degree from East Carolina in I958 and ioined therfac- ulty here grggheiall of the same year. . TIjisTyqe6r,eMsri'WilliamsonJ.s Teaching Typing I, Business English and is advisor to the GOHISCA. E A , 1 . Mrs. Williamson received her Bachelor of Science Degree from East Carolina College in the spring of I958. She joined our faculty in the fall of I959. Mrs. Williamson is teaching Typing I, Typing II, General Business, and Bookkeeping I. She is co-advisor to the Senior Class. Typing is the most popular course offered in the Department, with four Typing I's being offered and " one Typing II. I R 'I K if A .I . and Sffcbckmf mae Miss Mildred Clayton joined the GHS faculty in tm fig? I959. She teaches Shorthand I and II, General Bus- iness, and Business English. Miss Clayton received her Bachelor ot Arts Degree from Meredith College infthe 1 yrirrgiof I957. W., If . , ,1 1. ll mzdgemfkedr 704126 A +2 I F1 I S 1' illi... IIII.I.iCM'l.1un f Imiatennei it Q ' 5345131 I :.. ' aura .L . uh?" V Aupracilcal knowledge of business correspondence, forms, and grammar is learned in Business English. More varied knowledge can be gained through a study of gen- eral business than through any other course. Learning correct bookkeeping procedures is no rarity for these high school students. 5' bl' QM mr. u - W MM., ., ftp I X..,,,.,,,-f- ., rf 59 ,54 sz f M? ,. 5 ,,.. . L ,,,, -n ."o aw- Fixx W,:r.,w 's, 1 P n ! If H U ys 1 I 1 i i 2 1 5 F Afpfffi A' ft 5 Ilaf , 1 "' 0,241 W A ,r NANCY SASSER K MM A A A-2 QA "M f n-1 ' DAVID LUCAS ,Af -vm 7 .ldkedq PAT POWELL CY CAMPEN 'III 1 If- I 4' ifff' ' ' J f ,IVV J ff I f 14 I BEVERLY GRIFFIN DAVID ODONI I I Ki V if ,A Y , " 0,17 if if-11" wr, ,, J ., Ri A!,e7l jf! K ,Y .. 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My -3' 4 ,, I I I 'V I , 4- 1 5 35, I X4 f , V ,. 1 I . ,- ,I QI, ,Q I f 1? .4 ,S I A. I 1 f II , I, 41 I I g. -I , . t -, I - 33 1 3, , IMI 3 ,I jx I , .3 3 I: NI-L . V 1 .5 I., ZA 1 '17, I I It x , Q.- .II -V - ,' A I f 'S , ' - u- ,V y A V MI - ,I ' I , ', 2' ' ,, , ,I, , ,-A , I, ' " - - 1 S ' 'I x2 5 1 73 " B .,. 4 . . b 3. L g lr E3 , hi., , -4 a 1, xv ae 4?Q2fj.g,,4' ' ? .li u if fi yy. ii? 'S Md If f 4 1' ,'s s . ,' Ng ' ' , ff' J' f M! 1 -.- I g .' ffu f ff 'I f fif A ff J W 4 '10, A w- spa, 6 Q , E .vs 'vi 1551 fi f 'ig 6 , y 'ilk gf L. ' V 55,3 ' - Ti f f . x wx , 4' , vi , 'Q if RUTH 1 f . ,f nfkf' Y, K z Y ,,f f , ,Ai f W 1 K Z, 5, K if Y f 3 f 5 is Y' 21 Zig fi if S. iii 1 1144 A N3 f 1 ,3 f r f A 4 1 MISS MISS ELLEN LENTZ b t This ear's Gohisca Queen was iuolged by . Andy Griffith, a stage, rnovie, and television star. Mr. Griffith, a forrner teacher at Goldsboro High School, iuolged the beauties frorn pictures only. MISS BARBARA BEST Two girls represent each of The Three classes. They were picked on facial beauty only. ' de 7960 2aeea ,fig CRAWFORD V I if E li 2 5 1 l l 2 2 S it 2 2 3 E E li li 5 5 E ! s W.. WW--1 l E 2 if lf i E E E E I MISS CORINNE PATE i Zum y l ,479mzzwagzdeZezm feceched i 7mm ffndq Quffctda 77m4aa4Z Dcc6.4'w6e I I ' .f ,' 1 l "After my meeting with Andy, we were both amazed at il the high caliber of girls in your final selections. It wasn't easy to choose a winner since all six girls were quite attractive, and I , this is most unusual in the average public high school. All six 5 g girls could qualify as a queen but after careful consideration A Andy finally made his selection. I To futher substantiate his iud ment, Andy showed all six A pictures to the cast of DESTRY R DES AGAIN and they con- ' curred with his selection. P ,Q Please relay to the runners-up that this was a close con- Q test and that they are as pretty a bunch of girls as we have seen of high school age." it ANDY GRIFHTH mecha- The Junior-Senior, May 1, 1959, was a night to remember by all who af- fended. The Theme, a "Japanese Tea Garden," was beautifully done by The class of '60, The hard work That went into The planning and decorating was well rewarded when we saw our Tea Garden come To life. L Blg Mess' Let s get to work boys' l Fun' Fun' FUN' Af The Hop View I 1959 The homecoming committee, composed of David Lucas, chairman, Eleanor Best, Georgia Bain, Tommy Franklin, Sue Fox, Bill Shirley, f . Phillip Baddour, and Tommy Wooters, is hard at work. 'V ff .1 ':' Wg ,ef f"'f 1 f. CQX-Eff! f I:lJ3"l .ff ff' f .--5 ll The floats are put together. Did they ring up a victory with their float? 56 sig , f' Aft M mf wa The parade is on! 1 l Homecoming 1959, long awaited by all the flme students, began with the planning of the home- l at coming committee. To start things off right, a lite tremendous bonfire was held on Thursday night The and cheers and fight songs were led by the W Varsity cheerleaders and band. On Friday, the UL annual parade was held and the winning floats bg! were picked. The grandstands were also deco- 5,9 rated and everything was made ready for the l . big event. .ng 'al S will A cheering crowd snake-dance around the bonfire. Elem theres Mrs. Wharton's homeroom did come out on top in the float contest and the winning entry is proudly displayed. WMS ' ii it 4,f' -- , Qgridgpgighit the Goldsboro Earthquakes met the CECRFHE-Tgh Capitals in front of stands packed with Homecoming fans. .The sponsors, elected by the S.A. council, were presented and the Varsity Club Sweetheart was crowned at a thrilling half-time show put on by the Varsity Club and the Goldsboro High School marching band. A dance was held after the game at St. Stephen's parish house and then on Saturday night the students danced amid reminders of the big football weekend at the annual Homecom- ing Dance, planned acnd carried out by the so- cial committee. 1 ,, Lf. i A -N-1 W Wilson Ward, Linda Morrison, Barbara Brown, and Jack Edwards were elected to be the sponsors for the Homecoming game. ,gl Eleanor Best, the new Varsity Sweetheart, smiles tearfully as she holds the roses presented to her by Janet Dawson, 1959 Varsity Sweetheart DQ. ,gf r f Go get 'em, boys! They got that man. f l' ,f is A be it A.. , ' gi CHEERLEADERS A multitude of people view The game. - EI Q A0 WM . WW , VX 1 l t g 1E H i , I l F l ll , ill i 1 58 S 2 + , as Q f , W MISS ELEANOR BEST 1960 Varsity Club Sweetheart Eleanor Best, a varsity cheerleader and a favorite of not only the Varsity Club but the entire student body, was selected Varsity Sweetheart on the basis of her character, personality, beauty, and service to the club. 3 1 i 5 5 ' n 3 1 5 E i l lg l? it ig. E! -i l l i . l i l 1 l ae: M .M it ' I s.ee,.wfmv l l F 4 ll l E, I Dick Anderson Vernon Ashe David Askins Kenny Benton Wayne Burris Cy Campen Charles Coombs Charles Croom Bill Crow Don Edens Ed Frank Bobby Freeman Bill Friend Bert Harrell Bill R. Hooks Gene Howe Jacky Howell Buddy Jordan Tommy Kearney Bill Keck Jimmy Keen Charles Leder Sergeant-at-Arms-David Peacock Corresponding Secretary-Charles Leder Vice-President-Jimmy Keen President-Bill Shirley Treasurer-Bobby Varner Recording Secretary-Kenny Benton Wafratq Ogden aw-.., W 5 VW 9 X Bill Lee David Lucas Buddy McGill Pete Mitchell David Odom David Peacock Richard Pelt Lindsey Pratt John Ray Bill Rutledge Bob Shelton Danny Shepherd Bill Shirley Hal Stewart Rex Teaney Jerry Turlington Bobby Varner Warren Walters Wilson Ward Alan Weil Fred West Advisor-W. D. McRoy 'I X10 X, f '19 , A f ' I f 7757-60 7 WW ew WW? -'Q .X . f'., . COACH SHUGART 1 HEAD COACH rj vv. D. Mcnov S K 1 ff I ,Aly 1 5. f"N,P V, . fp I! . ,f,4f3"A! M' , ' JJJ' 91,3 'jffdfff f Jacksonville k , XIQ2i:SkCiInMoun1' , fn Min . I4 I' ' V I Fayeffeville 12 gjgigBsrn , , ,,,, . 4 A-jf! -V., 4 I Wilmington J t , ' K' T K If: 1, A fy Z Csgrsngp -X finiyf A V is Durham q!,?j 1 A Q3 ff :'.,1 Q1 -75 Co-Captains DAVID ODOM DAVID PEACOCK Q X... i??5 A4 at Q1 W QL 5 Don Brantham Jimmy Brown Wayne Burris Cyrus Campen on 1' Charles Coombs Richard Downey "' Wi Don Edens Ed Frank I ga ,. Gene Howe Jackie Howell Z. R. Jones Jimmy Keen l I ff., Q ft y my 1 -+3 ,W N , 4 ' 'Y up '-'r is it ., W is , Q David Peacock Lindsey Pratt Bill Lee Robert McGill John Murphy David Odom , VW: 7 ,04 C 1,5 ' Mr W R' 1 f y M ak 8 3 4 , f 1 C iff Z1 ,-,f A. 5.1 1 Bill Rutledge Danny Shepard Hal Stewart Edgar Strickland Hal Tanner Rex Teaney 'Bw 'TW Jerry Thompson Jerry Turlington Jack Walker Warren Walters Fred West ll ii 'z 1 t l Q, li l 3 2 5 2 l i i 5 2 it il ii i l i 3 9 l 1 l 41 Z l t in l ,gi I it 11 a t I , i ,, i? i 1 1 3 t 3 l E s 9 li lr li l?59 'Bah FRONT ROW: J, D. Fritzsinger-Manager, Jim Vaughn, But:h Forsythe, Harold McDonald, Jimmy Murphy, Mike Riley, Graham Hood, Bobby Powell, Jimmy Deason, Eddie Hines, Mack Wade-Manager. SECOND ROW: Johnny Gardner, H. M. Knowles, Johnny Hooks, Harry Null, Bob Sochacki, Chuck Williams, Tommy Cannon, Bill Stone, Tommy Frank- lin, THIRD ROW: Bill Wade, Gary Zaccagnini, Jay Derby, Andy McClenny, Eddie Gomez, Charles Aycock, Bob Pas- coe, T. J. Daniels. FOURTH ROW: Borden Parker, Bruce Sloop, Frank Bennett, George Bradicich, Ogden Parker, War- ff ren Johnson, Kip Tolhursr, Kay Stallings. FIFTH ROW: Head Coach-Sam Shugart, Wayne Jones, Bill Lane, Mifchum 7' Stroud, Craig Griffin, Dick Hunter, Ray Lane, Elton Davis, George Newsome, Assistant Coach-Sandy Sander? 1 A ,f , v , fl Al , It . fl! 4 lf fi f pf f J W at ,f X.,-of fl ff J 1 1 N -" , I' , ll P , rf' U i,n'i ! , fllyll,-ll! l 'l T fl ,. - ' T! f U f' Paramount Sportsmanship if U ,fi K ll Moose Lodge Most Valuable Award fl! f in I Player Award X, ii! gg! My' 'f if 4 lfs ' ' it K 'f. Xi I f as , , f- .A,,,g,Qwq!y!, , Z . 5 2 55H?il?W'4I-'f , 4? ffmsgee. ,,.,,, J xi , cv CAMPEN y,.y, DAVID onolvi , wma' Z 5 6409 FIRST ROW, left to right: Tommy Kearney, Hal Stewart, Don Edens, Buddy Horton, Bobby Varner, Johnny Hooks, David Odom, Royce Walters. SECOND ROW, left to right: Coach Charles Lee, Lloyd Tur- lington, Fred West, Bill Shirley, Bill R. Hooks, Bobby Watkins, Warren Walters, Bobby Freeman. Tommy, Royce, and Bobby are Managers. Bill R. Hooks Hal Sfewarf Seneca S fi. Jacksonville Washington , Kinston f Z ff!! Washington K Jacksonville Kinston Dunn Raleigh Fayetteville Durham Wilson Wilmington Dunn Raleigh Rocky Mount Fayetteville Durham Wilson Wilmington Rocky Mount yf X K David Odom Bobby Varner Captain Bill Shirley Fred Wes, I I i I! II II 1 , 1 I , , i i 4-may rf? , 'V LZ gl g- FIRST ROW, left to right: Jim Dudley, Bobby Powell, Ray Stallings, Danny Wise, Kay Stallings, Mitchum Stroud, I I Bryan Haskins. SECOND ROW, left to right: Coach Sam Shugart, Manager Forest Gore, Billy Stone, Johnny Gard- ner, Willie Arrant, Harry Taylor, Jack Romanus, Charles Woodard, Manager Mack Wade. lily ill 'lv I Ii! 0 f S FIRST ROW, left to right: Terry Kemper, Jarvis Pate, Bill Wade, Stuart Clark, David Askins, Mike Riley, Norman I- Greenberg. SECOND ROW, left to right: Dennis Smith, Bill Keck, Richard Pelt, Kenneth Van Hoy, Graig Black- burn, Bobby Eatson, John Ray, Danny Barber, Co-Captain Wilson Ward. THIRD ROW: Charles Aycock, Charles Q Coombs, Dick Pascoe, Ed Frank, Rex Teaney, Bill RutIedge,MeIvin Johnson, Calvin Carter, Coach Bill Kemp. ,f'X , ,K I I 1561, I I , ,I I I I M59 I I Ig - lil Ii I ' I Q' I l 3 I I f, : -f I I f' l ll rft-ll 66 lsjlljlj I-, . if 'tv X""'w W M-..,,M 3 CO CAPT WILSON WARD .4-rv-" ' .lf f FlRST ROW, left to right: Robert Bandy, Wayne Jones, H. T. Grantham Jacky Howell Jimmy Adams David Odom, Hal Stewart. SECOND ROW, left to right: Gene Howe, Eddie Gomez Jerry Turlington Elton Davis Ken ny Benton, Graig Sewell. THIRD ROW, left to right: Assistant Coach Durwood Wiggins Bobby Ezzell Bill Parks Don Brantham, Manager Bert Harrell, Head Coach W, C. Sanderson. WZ' , ,off , .V -' y' l if X rl! S !-K J fi!!! ll VV' if if ,C CJ .,., I K , XV' ,W X1 y ' 2 1' e ff A -"" fi Wulf: V ' 'If acky Howe l fx ,Z-Gene Howe ' if f In f Rf 1' Hal Stewart and David Odom Jerry Turlington and H. T. Grantham ' 6403 Left to right: Ray Stallings, Buddy Jordan, Kay Stallings, Bill Crow, Lindsey Pratt, Alan Weil, Pete Mitchell, Tony Worrell, Bobby Lambert, Harvey Monk. OD MMM QM' . , 7 if lk.f'? A L4 t of '7 , ,.. 1:- 6401! Left to right: H. M. Knowles, James Groot, Warren Walters, Kenneth Van Hoy, Bobby Watkins, Don Edens, Glen Faircloth, Edgar Strickland, Ed Frank, Bill R. Hooks, Vernon Ashe, David Lucas, Bill,Lee. 69 E I ?0l1f7m"' i I i ' wr M I x v W or Bobby Baum, Gerald Grant, Johnny Getsinger, Phillip Baddour, Jim Vaughn, Craig Griffin 6 it 1 5 my Sa KINNON MCLAMB Kinnon McLarnb, vvho for the past four years has served Goldsboro High School athlet- ic teams as student statistician, has proved himself worthy of the praise and esteem he has received from coaches and stu- dents alike. 1 Q,?f,S. 'Wwwdq ,-4' Head SUE CAROL FOX f fa. 4 ml' Ja 3' ' 'W ' gy e if we r -V "'-., 4 Rig' G. My E " Ti' if ,..,. - IX. If . T! J: JK 0 1 -, T7 ee N' eff We x , A . 5 Q N3 ' 5 'R , 1 G 2 9 In V 5 v f' " - 1' , M., as E ,Q v M, 12. yi: xnms 3 Wy ' , Q lie, 4 e we QQ FQ 1 W' . qv N Q w If jj 5 fi E 3' !f"""W f ,XX . f -N exe. f Qu . . ,N V , ,.f. -eq , Q I 1 A l V I ff B I Quake Boosters LEIGH MCROY Mascot Assf. Head LOU BARFI ELD -L-X Dawn fjf-filzfn ...,,.... Dffvf j f I ELAINE BARTLETT LINDA BELI- I ELEANOR BEST NANCY COLLINS X Y M .Q w . " 1. 1" V, , 3 , ,, 1 .1 'A - ' 4 'f Kes . ff v..g,p,- T Q .,..,, ,,, , -'-' V 'A ., , S1 'A DONNA DAVIS DOTTIE ELLIS 'J 1 45 VICKIE O'TUEL BETTY SUMMERLIN Rza f . QC:-J',fI I It G Lf... ROSEMARY THOMPSON "'-"-2' ' 1 wfgwf f-VW? 5 ', Aff .. W fwwiffe .V 7 q ':""f, A ,.,...,. . ...J fu.,-W 1 ,- , M 41 , A f ,ffiiwgx I A L 'T si ra 'Wczww AL ,LV fl ,Af to Rutledge and Shelton down Garner halfback U jf f West lays it for two points as Goldsboro heads for another cawctory t .L g lr all Lf' l Varner pumps in two against Pam Pack "sv 9 :S Xl Widxed xx X. .. - ' I ' W . ' X , f V N ,, . . ffyfj - ' , f , , , .' . ., .,' f 2 rv f ,, Z F ff lj ' ' ' Q y ' .. ,Z .A 3' '-Q ev ', ' ,xfw -ix, A 'f A yn... N- 1 Q se.. 13.95-' .V 41 V- qgq, X .6K 'S'Z4' ' , W-QQ, W3 wha 'xiii .1-,TV fff fi ,. ' . 1-f'Q'?H1:. 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' 'Y' -"'-"'f5'l1'37'vZ"1. .P : - 'U ?I.,',:f.', '-' Zi' ., R pg, .,. 2 Q j , , 255 f V' 3 ' A ,. .- .. wifi' ' ' . 535545. g .1 f 'His f2if.iwWfs ws:-. .f fy S . l . X5 f A1 -I , , inf . six-5.1 I . awitwf V .1 2. 5.4 ,.,,,, ., -...- J . 4 if . . --. , W7 Q fa . ,vcr I ,,-. ,117 Q1 f If if j 1 I f Z ,X if K f ,aff 77 fbi ii til :.I Tl il l 33 l,l it i'l L, il il it 41 It 4 . fi 1, 3 V. t 1 I tl uf ll i ihl ill- ,gl lay ill . l 4 sf, EQ! .H .ii il l t. J il li' it l, I t ll Qs lif Hi l li' w ll I T T' ill tt il 1 All ill' l li, , HN if i i l l it il 'li iff li 78 ,gs . t f ll ,QW KJ!! li A Xl ,X lThQA Cappella Choir is a select group of fifty select voices taken from the various High School musical organiza- tions. its purpose is to perform the finest choral music. It has been particularly interested in opera work shops and has performed Gian Carlo Nlenotti's "Amahl and The Night Visitors" and "The Telephone." Also it has taken part in Gilbert and Sullivan's "Mikado" and other spring musicals. BILL SHIRLEY Student Conductor f? if Library Committee: Ginnie Rivenbark, Chairman I Z-I Senior Quartet XQLQ fTf"'7Qf Lf M ' 1 fy 7' yn 4r,r Q f,,Q42:1f'4'ffr -' W e if W!! ' ' l 9,1 ff! M 70791 ' Officers of the Mixed Chorus "Amahl and the Night Visitors" '23 Junior Quartet -nv.. . A-.. Mr. George Trauiwein, cIirector',wi1h students at rehearsal. W7 ff- lf" X f f IDX I , lf f ffyy ,KK' V JU' 1 nf J W.. 13" ,M H r' If , r , , , , A , r , r r , wh Y W 'Y ug. . fl yy , We QAM' 1 Q,74,S, Zami LINDA DANNY I MONSEES BARBER W .1 ff fri V 4 If if L i ti a g e? .1 7717 ' 4- , N I, V, ,Ml N t . I A A 'X if RAYFORD IWW A9 MARY ' TURNAGE A f , WATTS ' A xr. K V, ,L,- , ' 1 I L, 5 'J J T I, I' 'V R' I Af- I I 1 I I I XR CAPTAIN GERALD GRANT I fe, ff 5 I J .1 7 'f I f ' fe, ,, J if-fx frf - I f I JOYCE CARTER I I I I I Director, MR. JOHN THOMPSON Flag-Bearers and Drum Maior FAYE DEANS LINDA WILLIFORD s A -- V Y ,Q 'x Head , 0 5 CAROLYN MCLAWHORNE Assistant Head PAT MAYO ...-.. .I.. I LINDA COTTLE -i- F cf LINDA BOYD MARLENE GURLEY BETH SEEGARS V MARY SCOTT D-new BARBARA ROBINSON frm. Aff :A 1 'P' GUN-f ww nano -qui' and 0-v 4395!-lbw an ,,., -aiu' I HU? -qw., nvv..,,..v-A 1 n x 4 . 91.49, 2 4 yan fi is ' V Tw Q1- f ,f M K if , f E I . .21 ' f 'nz A VF , 91' - L., i 3 x P 3-AQ, N 1 ff' .4 ,Q 'xgmxfl wr av km xm""5v P H , ' 'Nmipqv 'li' W' "' A N' as 1 ' ,, wvjgfrdrglw xv. ' T Aw:4Y"QA'M 'Y' 2 qv? 4 M-1 3-,'Q+.wy .f an M if I 'C if 11 1 big' H .ia 5. . Q I 1 -v +300 M , flu f n, -+ ,. Wwifw sw vf-gap!! W f WW if if ,vw no ' ' 6:1 fs 1 - ' ' Q 4? KZ?Vf-.2 ' F354 ' . J " ', Lg,g',gg2yfA'g.'wW , fn, V 4, ' 'l "' Q if I' ggi 5' f 2531 . I ff , ,W , ,, , , V , , f , ix, . on ,wg f. V -W .,,. W - f -N .IM -ww 'V+ f f . v 11,5 'ffjfx - . .1 Av 1.954-A., ' x- sf ,Md Quartermaster Committee - o Personnel Committee r' t i i Band students going on trip to play for football games. Maintenance Committee ,ff .Af ,Vx ge .ffl .5247 .-0 aff! G.H.S. Marching Band Library Committee 9 Q ,.. ,xx ., H " .1 5 MW 'v?xWQr'?,F. 51Z'if2v35,?,g, 1 - , ,.3,,.,,,, WS ...g '1lQ,li.,'u We vw" '-L ,A-, n 1 f uf fa ,, ui J If 5 1,1 1 fly, L4 , y 1 I ,I N 1 V v' I A r N ' r n ,. - ...J A, " I 0 Q 0 K-ff WILSON WARD, President MISS ELIZABETH CHARLES LEDER, GRANT, Vice-President Advisor 1' B I . I W , tw it -...--,,- , A , . , The purposeot the Student Association is to air5irfat1tg'BEr standard of citizenship, to promote student participation and interest in activities of the school, to develop and maintain school spirit, and to cooperate in promoting the general wel- fare of the school. PAT POWELL, Corresponding Secretary ROSEMARY THOMPSON, Recording Secretary BOBBY LAMBERT, Treasurer We .5 ,al -:tv '39 W ,f Council, which meets every Tuesday, is composed of S.A. officers, class vice- residents, a representative from each homeroom, and committee chairmen. 1 4 ' i Qp X, fffx ,MF L, if WAX! f , W4 t - zlvlff-f f- -'J 5 I E i l V, 3 141 1.3 '1 lg lf i 11' i ii :'l i l :Ill fl H. On career day Mr. Scrogg speaks to a group of students interested in teaching as a profession. E.D.N.C.S.C.C. President, Jack Edwards, presides, and treasurer, Wilson Ward, looks on the convention, which was held at G.H.S. this year. ,ll f f fi 'Tj Q',f,f,Q' Wf9"mf2 .fiJwV1f?' 7 1 ff9""' O., Anxiously waiting at the door of a prospective magazine 5' lj i 1 customer are: Pat Powell, Sr. high salesman, Macon Remsburg, XC ,N lf' ,y, Soph. high salesman, and Louis Franks, high salesman for the ,, 'fl' , X!! - V A ef'- whole school. S.A. profits from the magazine drive are used f""4fif.'-'f,5! ici for all its activities. K f' j 1' ,f , ' K 'f ,94.,fQ3ff','4iifV' jL?QL. A W .fl A good time is had by all at one of the S.A. sponsored so- cials. Three were held this year. I I 0 Preparing to go to the North Carolina Student Council Cong F655 BFE Charles Leder, Alan Weil, Jack Edwards, Wilson Ward, and Miss Grant Emg-illl Wilson Ward presents Mrs. Wharton with a potted plant to welcome her at the beginning of the year. A plant i was given to every teacher by the S.A. ' f! .!, fm ,f ,gf 2 ay' iJvyl!',.fiX X 1,11 X11 If V1 2 V V 42,1-I xx .ti f 1 .V f-5f4 f .1 Q I5 ls 1- V v!,f?fE4,!, if!! 4 ,3l,L7f:,-'If , ,Qf X 1 fu 14' 17 Pat Powell, foreign exchange student, reports ' "J ' ' I ' ' assembly on her trip to Germany. ,- ,,, l Qf'lf""' A Barbara Brown and Faye Griffin present fruit to a visiting team. 5 to the I 'L J 0 f - PM 4 sry! f I J I SOCIAL: Eleanor Best, Libby Murray, Ruth Ellen Johnson, and Johnny Getsinger de- corate tor an S.A. sponsored social. BOARD OF ELECTIONS: Tom Lewis and Wayne Bur- ris work at the polls as Ann Williams and Georgia Bain vote. BUILDING AND HALLS: Cy Campen and Rex Teaney inspect lockers. ATHLETIC: David Odom, Claud- ette Wagner, Johnny Getsinger and Danielle Gouvert examine basketballs to be used in The intramural league. BULLETIN BOARD: Tony Bowen and Donald'Sutton touches on bulletin board. 90 PHOTOGRAPHY: David Peacock Parliamentarian, Philip Baoldour, I and Robert Hadden print pic- gives Weekly report to council. tures in the darkroom. I, Q... put final council is Barbara Best. GROUNDS: Planting shrubbery are Ron munson. DEVOTION: Giving her weekly devotion to CHEERING Lou Bartleld Jenny Rose Seymour Linda Frederick and Sue Fox make posters Mw"t IRALLCKILD N 15 . M1 'v-'lr""w"" I M... il-V-ffvw COMMUNITY SERVICE: Lou Bar- LIBRARY: Sarah Webb writes field and Georgia Bain display overdue slips. UNICEF poster. RECEPTION: Greeting new students are Faye Gritfen, Johnny Getsingefr, and Barbara Brown. IMI CALENDAR: Bobbie Bass, Lucille Coward, and Faye McDonald make calendar for a months activities. 9l Watson, Jack Edwards, and Cooper Ed- i ff.. I ,fr 71 I LUNCHROOM: Arranging flowers in the lunchroom are Miss Yelverfon and Lou Ella McDonald. ,aww VISUAL AIDS: Marion Hales, Charles Hooks, Tommy Kearney, Tommy Warren and Miss Jones set up movie proiecfor for an assembly. .4- O -ff Affrkf ffl! ITA!!- If ASSEMBLY: Presiding at an assembly is Charles Leder. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Observing a world map are Pat Powell and Miss Grant. 3 LOST AND FOUND: Looking Through lost FLAG: Alan Weil and BerY Harrel material that has been found are Mr. San- PUBLICITY: Kinnon McLamb Iypes hoist The flag. derson and Mackie Joyner. gfgry on S.A. acfivifies. 46 I- V I Y f, ' F Ab, v 'LVT' ' , ' M, .H':H'1 -. 1, ' f M -. wi 'fmff' ff A Q Bm ff - ,- ' i ob. Y 1- . 1 Y- ' yf,1,j. we W-?Yf v .- A -.aw , ,wif ,Inf . 1 -v buff-'W ,Nw f -A "'2fl'i' ff, 2'-. ,. X6 ff' -'LM , A ,E , 38. . . t K in .G .kk W 'I sk Y 325 H: ,'! ,l wwf' .3 ' - ' V Hr Wi? 35. ull ' , -'H-f ,inf PQ ' 5 , , gf." 5 ,Tx '5-HI . ' 1 ff-7. F ' .' 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QOL!!- 5 axS and Hower 14 afz aaa ff, X 3,-f Biff' Clownin cm 4 K, , ak ' 1- W , fy, y , , 1 2 ' ff. 4, X 1 2 " , ff, ,I f'n9i"?f,, , ' gf ,q, 5 N.: If V,,,, . ff , if f A l 5 A I i I 3 E l -1 16 E 3 r i r Antique Antics 1 r N U MN X Jfuvj Vfjis 1' K . I ,ij LW 'V ll f' Z !A ff X 5, Screwballs All Beatniks, Bums, and Bumpkins Snack' lim A Q4 xr '71 5 '43, Q 'S Nl! , la W A, U :eg 'IW 5- 3 ,4 4 . . . IU ' Sung Hugh, Sung Low f X 70e2'4m77Zq7 me GHS " Vffffff' 77,77 W fj , ,ifW 4 if ,IUVVX A 7 ijfjff I X K Q ff ' ,IQ VT? 'fl MH, 0 ' M Just Socializing Bo go Beat 105, -' , X ,f Y 4 ig fi 77ZqS Who's The Middle Man? ,M J 5 if ' Party Doll Initiation , J. E f j 1 ,QM li Ah! Springtime W t" vpntdkgv A ,fl Z msd , Y. Nhlh-'iVwv:,w 'W ,W .. 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U I 5 O I I O I Senior Division President Bill Crow Vice-President Eleanor Best Junior Division Senior Division To attain a deeper understanding of biol- ogy, to help further what has already been learned, and to promote a sense of cooperation among ourselves and with other school organ- izations are the aims of the Biology Club. The club is divided into two divisions: The senior division, consisting of iuniors and seniors, and the iunior division, consisting of sophomores. Secretary Pete Mitchell Treasurer Walker Noland Sergeant at Arms-Charles Leder 6 Le Cercle Francais was organized to further the student's study of the French language, ideals, people, ideas, and cus- toms. Original programs are given at the regular meetings to stimulate the stu- dent's desire to broaden his knowledge of the language. The meetings are con- ducted in French. ln the tall there is an initiation party, and in the spring there is a banquet. Membership in the club is automatic upon a student's making a one in any one quarter in either French I or French Il. L ' wma ' ,we-17, E f if 7 'J ff I I l L flhiif' - QFFICERS l0't.,i,,i'ffi ,The purpose osfthe Latin Club is to promote the in- , ,lf terest o u ents in the Latin lan uage and to bring about A Q mmf' ti tie qua .Tr President Borden Parker Vice-President Betsy Overman Secretary Paula Yelverton Treasurer Tommy Franklin I02 fZ1"7.i', wwf' --fa, i. ' 1 gy 'i K W7 wtf? x, l f V 1 l A I 'I F 1- ' X lj if , U! ' j lil i 47 i , if f ,fl lilly' If I My a better understanding and appreciation of early Roman X life and culture. Once every two years the club publishes a student directory. The money made on this directory is used for some worthwhile project. Membership in the club is automatic upon a student's making a one in any one quarter in either Latin I or Latin II. XM The use of flash cards is one of the various ways enabling students to com- prehend Latin. lared to to enalm grams, t mOll'T5l6 tif i il SMS 'Q grams gl ?,7,,4, aggm S Demonstration teaching aids members to anticipate the future as teachers. f f f , A- 'fi ay Q, y Vfiff ' fx T F.T . seeks to enable its members by studying he qua ities, traits and aptitudes which are basic or re- ated to successful teaching. This organization also seeks o enable the profession by selecting recruitment pro- grams, to identify capable candidates for teaching and to rpt-i'v-ate them to choose appropriate fields of preparation. T F.T.A. offers potential teachers appropriate experi- 2 s to help them develop readiness for college pro- I OFFICERS President Linda Monsees Vice-President Dorothy Gibson Secretary Claire Kornegay Treasurer Frankie Medlin I in mdk, N A .fc . 4. ,. Z. rams of teacher education. -'J 1--, , r ... ,f , iz.. J X95-4 . fb fxif-f' K, we ag, ,4 ,. - 1 V Lf X l03 I I I S f'MOTHER DAUGHTER BANQUET f X The other Daughter Banquet is an annual prog the F H A for the members of the Club and their mothers. The entire dinner is prepared by girls. l it Z . fThe oldsboro Chapter of the Fu ure Homemakers of America is affiliated with the national and state organizations. auipurposes are: to promote personal development, to afford opportunity for co-operation as a group in accomplishing goals for school and community interests ' not possible for individuals to at- i tain, to encourage a better apprecia- tion of the high school girl's contri- bution to her family, and to pro- mote interests in occupations related to the field of home economics. Any high school girl who is taking l lt ible to ioin the club. y it , EF' F' 1' .F i ' if c . W r lywff l rl A Gll - JD 1 OFFICERS President-Gale Stevens Vice-President-Bonnie Carmack Secretary-Jackie Troutman Treasurer-Mary Susan Holland Song leaders-Ginnie Rivenbark Olivia Hollis Scrapbook-Patsy O'Neal State Secretary-Judy Malpass Reporter-Sylvia Williams Parliamentarian-Joan Price t or has taken home economics is eli- 1' MEMBERS Faye Pilkington Milton Bailey Tony Bowen Delores Van Wormer Portia Loftin Jean Lanier Peggy Lassiter Nikki Wilson Mrs. Ertel Wanda Grady Joyce Murray Shara Rouselle . ' if I, fx 'v!!1j., I A f 1 i' ij 'I 'P7esident X - TONY Bowen ' 'I 1 Wm , Secretary Vice-President Ginnie Rivenbark Treasurer Bonnie Carmack for VIS 'Qi WF?" Qik jii' xg Lb' Z-7,-iQR Purpos bf the Library Club are to promote more interest and participation in school library work and to arouse interests in the study of librarianship as a profession. The local Library Club is a member of the North Carolina High School Library Association, a state-wide organization. Julia Elmore Advisor Margaret P. Er tel ii yr in .JAM r ia i ff L Arie' i 1 MEMBE Patsy Varner Ginnie Rivenbark Peggy Loftin Joanne Zambelli Bonnie Carmack Julia Elmore Ann Price Ruth Ann Capps Gail Stevenson Norma Walters Carol Moore I I Uffe-MS 7041-ai 5 wwwqfmy ill ' , r ' l , itll H Jjfxl if fl-if. .1 I ,rn u f" . yy, zatnons. ft '75 ' ,' fl, fi ij' l lt,'., wt- rf: X OFFICERS President David Buck Vice-President Carolyn Everhart Associate President Faye Clayton Secretary Linda Dale Treasurer Raymond Vinson Promotion Editor Nancy Stowe -6-,,..--f-v.., ff' NNN lfihe purpose oft ' iltlub us two told First to develop a keen and apprecuable l, meanlihwge-and-' nderstandlng of retailing Second, to develop better citizenship fir' through honest and clean living and through serving society Membership includes all students enrolled in D.E. This club is a member of the state and national organ: x ' fa wi: Nw Q vw Wwfikimf ' I lf! f I l if liildl' lk, t , p 0 o I I ' 4 f X If X ul X I I O f ,fain lwversified Occupations Program at Golds- boro Senior High School is organized to provide vo- cational trade and industrial training opportunities for the youth of the community. It also is to provide instruction of a preparatory type in the basic ma- nipulative skills, safety, iudgement, a technical knowledge, and related industrial information tor the purpose ot preparing high school students during their lunior and senior years for useful employment rm iinnw- OFFICERS President Billy Overbee Vice-President Jimmy Wise Secretary George Parrish Treasurer Billy Wise The graduating members of the D.O. Club. IO7 0 0 n I 5 I I f Tom Lewis, Danny Shepherd, Linda Morrison, Bill Crow, Nancy Sasser, Charles Leder, Lucille Coward, David Lucas, Elizabeth Andrews, Cy Campen, Barbara Brown, Wilson Ward, Sandra Brown, Bill Shirley, Barbara Best, .lack Edwards, Libby Murray, Dick Anderson, Pat Powell, Bobby Lambert, Phillip Baddour. X gl Uflflfjfjlgllifl Q03 f me i W c ffl W' v Membership in the National Honor Society is based on the four cardinal principles of Scholarship, Leadership, Serv- ice, and Character. In order to be eligible tor consideration as a candidate, a student must rank in the upper third of his class. The entire faculty vote on those eligible scholastically and choose those whom they consider the most out- standing in those qualities upon which membership is based. Stunt Night is the chief proi- ect of the National Honor So- ciety. I08 il C' OFFICERS President Libby Murray Vice-President Phillip Baddour Secretary Nancy Sasser Treasurer Bobby Lambert Advisor Miss lpock St awnua the ll Socie? cn to ol rats prcvtr ships bers c ating 1 M, . f . 1 g, .f-'-' Shown above is one of the scenes from the winning stunt created by the Class of '6O. The theme was based around a farm family who lost their pig at the fair. StuntNight is an annual project of the National Honor Society and is put on for the purpose of raising money to provide scholar- ships tor the rnern- bers of the gradu- ating class. ?QZ'ASH?V .156 E Above - Students are shown as they anxious- ly await the appearance of the winning king and queen. Left - The King and Queen with their court. Y 'ik O 0 644, . "' . it l fr 'Hill clgl ' ,f q'JrA7'lj,f.l 0 17? l 'J cience Cluldrkiis an organization for the study ot na a to all the high school students 5 4 Topics of general interest are discussed, and appropri Z Vfqs ate laboratory experiences are provided. nfl" iv, W Q gf, - 11551411 V, fu, AV.. X iw, OFFICERS President Secretary David Lucas Corrine Pate Vice-president Treasurer John Ray Randall Edwards Li Students find that working with a geiger counter is fascinating. A, , Q7 V , P - J if t fir IX ,num President, Jack Edwards, calls the meeting to order. i wfffgk if Beverly Griffin, vice-president, is usually found working diligently at the typewriter. "f,.Qf'41 , l Katherine Bryan writesx letter inviting a past Goldmasquers to coming production. I A 'ln Barbara Best, point secretary, files the ponits from a recent play. ff "Q '51 5 10 -Q ,..V--a--wtf. Q A x,'v vw-up-u-gvvk fs, Charles Croom and Jimmy Nelson prac- tice reading the news for slate notes. Robert Stocks, head of it-HE' lighting crew, demonstrate use of this equipment on4th'b"switchboarcl. Frances Bass is in charge of all properties. Pat Powell, past winner of the Betty Smith award, gives a 'Few pointers to Joyce Myriclc, who is writing a play. ll4 Frank Stair maps out the color scheme for the set. 55? 4 1 i Q l l 7m W, Gene Howe, stage manager, supervises the building of all sets Sammi-e Meadows and Charlotte Nash put the finishing touches on the costumes for "Deadwood p Marion Hales, head of the radio workshop, tapes the sound track for the play. Jackie Bullock demonstrates the art of applying make-up on Ann Wilkinson. renda Brown, department secretary, types "Slates Notes." II5 344-wi gufduv Mr. Britton, our director, is loved, admired, and respected by everyone who has ever worked with him. His work during the past eighteen years has brought fame to the Gold- masquers. This fame is impor- tant to Mr. "B.", but not so im- portant as the young men and y o u n g women who have passed through his depart- ment. Each has a special place in his heart. 1... , I., , fl .J--J", rs , f ffm 0 l if 'lf' " l 4' l ,Q The Goldmasquer Board is composed ofthe officers and the chairmen of all committees. The main purpose of this board is to elect new members who have met the necessary requirements and to. carry on any other busi- ness which might come up. ll6 ,:r....Z', ' 4 55 1 . 5 5 A . 5 . fl Q if 0, 1 ' 49 -I fi 4 - Q 9 E 5 1 4 i .v 5 i ,,,.:- , wqjtlf 3, K, .X D GIRLS: Jean Burton, Ramona Gurley, Sue Haggarty, Linda Williams, Barbara Robertson, Claudia Cheney, Mary Kassell, Linda Cottle, Brenda Brown, Pat Mayo, Janet Daly. BOYS: Bill Lee, Sonny Livingston, Bobby Kennedy, Bobby Herring, Denny Wheeler, Jackie Bossert, Jimmy Britt, Ray Lane, L. Ayers. if ,f L " 1 ,fl f f f "' B L , 4 Q 4 ":2 r g.,, 1 , W i 77 I 4 I , 9. A. r QW' ii ' 'N il fl 1, I Q H . li it 55 i 11 ,. I Il Il7 1 , , J .ff X ,T I fs: 44 X 50? X! K XA XF... X: H QM 5 1, 151 , fuwy XX , A X 4 X wXq ' ' 1 ,, W IX , ' lrgttx XXX X, XXX N ,I f ' g , " IX M f ' f W XKVJA P. -Wm Q , W 'nh Q Q . Q 6 . in X , . , , x f','Q'g :livin 'I rf me , AJ 'f 'V' U 'Y . . . , I - t A W , X F '55 Mk, gen. a n n n n an n Honor Organization forv Outstanding Students In fhe Jobfnaulisrn and Yearbodk Eialda .- sr' ny., Hal, a Sandra Brown, Editor Sandy after a year of hard work and Wor- ry, proudly pre- sents, to the s t u ol e n ts of Goldsboro High S c h o o l , the 1960 edition of the Gohis a. l I ,Mill Gil y I 2 H it X , Wt I2O v . 3 Margaret Carroll, Advertising Manager and Janet Daly, Cyfaf Assistant Editor Zfpxx Margar gge of ,the advertising statfssalef fadv r s efijs A794,-J L X Janetts iob a tol, sis the editor any we way possi et Faye Griffin-Randy Gardner, Organizations Editors Phillip Baddour, Student Association Editor Jwlla5Organizations Editors were responsible for the section dealing with various clubs in our school. Phillip Baddour edited the section concerning Student Association activ- ities, David Odom, Johnny Getsinger, Sports Editors 5 - 7960 Mr, Williamson, Advisor The en 're Gohisca staff wish to thank Mr. Williamso foyhis helpfin p ishin cfijir a ual Cy Campen, Business Manager Barbara Best, Goldmasquer Editor, Betty Hue Sasser, Music Editor it out 1 clbu ul vv' it a "Ip' ' f E met o r eqfdli s an esponsibilities. Thank y Mr. ' iamson! m 59, Sz Linda Bell, Betty Hue Sasser and Jayne Williford were high sales- men on the advertising staff. Eleanor Best, Cooper Edmunson, Features Editors, Lou Barfield, Homecoming Editor 'ge Features Editors were responsible for the section on superlatives, Gohisca Queen, and Homecoming. 641 'WN SW! ,.-on Sue Carol Fox B a r b a ra Brown, Nancy Sasser Sen- ior Class Editors Harriet Taylor, Junior Class Editor, Tom- my Franklin, Sophomore Class Editor Georgia Bain and Linda Morrison-Stw dent Life Editors Libby Murray, Publica- tions Editor, Linda Tyn- dall and Tony Bowen, Departmental Editors Advertising Staff for the Gohisca-Eleanor Best, Barbara Brown, Phillip Bacldour, Sue Fox Lou Barfield, Ruth Ellen Johnson, SECOND ROW: Nancy Sasser, Betsey Matthis, Faye Grif- fin, Jane Ward, Connie Smith, Betsy Hollomon, Charlotte Nash. THIRD ROW: Becky Park er, Linda Bell, Linda Tyndall, Jayne Williford, Sue Bagwell, Joyce Murray. FOURTH ROW Judy McLamb, Betty Jo Sasser, Sandra Stancil, Harriet Taylor, Jackie Troutman, Faye Pilk ington, Lincla Mitchell. 331' if Gm of th own time the i The s scho: Belly have i 1, S ,J ff r' ,dbg ICQ SW! 1960 RoberT Hadden, Jimmy Phillips Kinnon McLamb, Edifor Margaret Saunders is Business Manager if Goldsboro High School is one of The Tew schools The-JT prinTs iTs own newspaper. For The TirsT Time in The hisTory of The school, Assisranr Edifor The i-li-News was disTribuTed To The sTudenTs on The TirsT day of school This year. Sandra Brown, Br-:Hy Hue Sasser and Margaref Saunders Brenda Brown and Libby Murray work in The Betsey MaTThis is AdverTising Manager, have had many by-lines. Hi-News Shop where school supplies are sold. and Mlargaref Carroll is Circulation Man- ager. Linda Johnson, Becky Parker, and Charlotte Nash fold freshly printed newspapers. Jayne Willford and Gail Smith deliver papers to the rooms. Robert Hadden and David Earl Peacock are photographers for the Hi-News. A Mr. Roberts, Advisor ff , flfrfl ,, iQ.tffffX. if K W 4,77 'N J!! I, In We ,J if gl y lN f "ff y X X if lg: X 'Fifa- SW! 7 i Ann Carol Matthis and Faye Griffin view the fin- ished paper. Advertising Salesmen: Linda Bell, Sue Fox, Betty Hue Sasser, Betsey Matthis, Ann Carol Matthis. TOP ROW: Linda Johnson, Linda Tyndall, Jayne Williford. WQWWH , al 4 52553 fifgllug gi flwnm if Reporters: Betsy Holomon, Charlotte Nash, Brenda Brown Brenda Mabrey. TOP ROW: Gail Smith, Becky Parker, Mar sha Londonberg, Margaret Carroll, Faye Griffin. I . The Senior Class officers are: President, Cy Camlpeng Vice-Pvresidentl Barbara ,Beslgq,Sleereifalrlyyvg Barfieldg Treasurer, Bill Crow. i A i li fi 1 li' 5 ' C U V , ,fy , - J. ,.,, ,,,f, , I . - V i, , -, .., dl A Q I JIMMY EDWARD ADAMS "Ambition and self-confidence! They signify success." S.A. Rep. 2, J.V. Football 2, 3, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Base- ball 3, 4. WILLIAM RICHARD ANDERSON "He likes to work, he likes to tease. But best of all, he aims to please." V, Football Man. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4. ANNIE ELIZABETH ANDREWS "To be fond of learning is near to wisdom." Calendar Comm. 2, 3, French Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Band 2, 3. fri ffflff f f, . if f Af' N , ff 'I r I 'V I lj gfoaetfflfg I I f lt NORMAN FREDERICK ARANT ' v nf 'F Student Night 3, 4, French Club 4. VERNON ASHE "Yes, sir, why South Carolina is the best . . . ' Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3, Basketball 2, 3, V. Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4. EARL AYCOCK "The lad is not dead, he merely sleeps." Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4. r NELSON GORDAN AYCOCK "A silent tongue seeks no trouble." Biology Club 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4. PHILIP BADDOUR "Enthusiasm is the life of the soul." Board of Elections 2, 3, 4, S.A. Vice-Pres. 3, Parl. 4, Jun- ior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night Dir. 2, 3, 4, S.A. Ed. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Vice-Pres., Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, N.A.S.C. Convention 4, A.F.S.C. Seminar 3, E.D.N.C. S.C.C. 3, Best Supp. Actor 3. SUE JOSEPHINE BAGWELL "A willing heart, a helping hand, always ready on de- mand." Social Comm. 2, 3, Junior-Senior 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, J.V. Cheerleader. GEORGIA LOUISE BAIN "Friendly people are better met than described." J.V. Cheerleader 2, Head, Soph. Ott. Vice-Pres., Gohisca Adv. Staff 4, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, Mix. Cho. 3, A Cap. Cho. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Spon. 2, Inter. Rel. Comm, 4, Comm. Ser. 4. LOU BARFIELD "None knew thee but to love thee, nor named thee but to praise." Dev. Comm. 2, Chr. 3, Sen. Ott. 4, Comm. Ser. Chr. 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Gohisca Adv. Staff 4, H.C. Ed. 4, Hi-News Staff 4, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Lat. Cl. 2, Biol. CI. 2, 3, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Varsity Cheer- leader Asst. Head 4, Class Song 2. BARBARA ANNE BASS "When in doubt, giggle." Bulletin Board Comm. 2, 3, Junior-Senior 3, Stunt Night 3, FHA 2, Goldmasquers 4, Float Comm. 2, 3. MINNIE FRANCES BASS "There are some people who can't help but be nice." Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4. JANICE FAYE BATTEN "The laughter lurking in her eyes, her poise and dignity belies." Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cappella 2, Homeroom Off. 2, 3, 4. SANDRA JEAN BATTEN "She that was ever fair and never proud had tongue at will and yet never loud." I26 af '60 AW Q: YF' 'emnx ,K- in WW gm., 'A 49' CHARLOTTE ANN BECKWORTH "Always friendly, and full of fun. Her good humor is sur- passed by none." FHA 2, 3, Radio Dept. 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. VIRGINIA LEIGH BEKSHAW "Soft spoken and sweet-this is the girl you would want to meet." Cal. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Fr. Cl. 4, Stunt Night 3, 4. LINDA RAY BELL "A friend to all this cheery girl, for her life is a merry whirl." S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Soc. Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Gohisca Ad. Staff 4, Hi-News Staff 4, Biol. CI. 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, Mix. Cho, 3, 4, J.V. Chrldr. 2, V. Chrldr. 4, Class Song 2. KENNETH EARL BENTON "l like the game and want to play." Soc. Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 4, Fr. CI. 3, 4, Biol. Cl. 4, J.V. B.B. 2, 3, Co-Capt. 3, Baseball 2, 3, V. Cl. 3, Rec, Sec. 4. BARBARA LOUISE BEST "To hear her talk and see her smile, her list of friends will run a mile." S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Dev. Comm. 4, Sr. Class Vice-Pres. 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Jr. Ed. 3, Goldmasquer Ed. 4, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Biol. Cl. 3, 4, Goldmasquers 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, N.H.S. 4. ELEANOR MUNROE BEST "Sweet and sincere, loyal and kind, another just like her you'd never find." VCS Soc. Comm. 2, 3, Chr. 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Bul. Bd. Comm. Chr. 3, Jr.-Sr. Chr. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Feat. Ed. 4, Adv. Staff 4, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Biol. Cl. 2, 3, 4, V. Chrldr. 4, V. Cl. Sweetheart, J.V. Chrldr. 2, Asst. Head, Stunt Night Queen. JERRY GARDNER BEST "Ain't never had a relative that done a stroke o' work!" Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Junior'Senior Dec. Comm. 3. PATRICIA LOUISE BEST "As full of spirit as the month of May!" Social Comm. 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Home-room Officer 2, 3. WALTER RAYMOND BEVIER "He's ever cheerful, true and kind." X f, Radio Dept. 4. V . 1 Q4 K' ' ,fI""" 'il Xiu?-, ff A I7 f .I I .!.l,:.Jjf I I ICI w7:fL 6111 I , 7 , 'mf All ' I A i Q-QV! -I ff l I Did you ever notice the weary manner in which some students arrive at 8550? Could they be talking over the sophomore picnic? Remember it? l27 E S 5 S 2 i 3 2 F I I l l 4 1 'J , I i S E r la it in EE 3. iz I l l l 1 ramixarmmmc mfasvzgea F li 'li E i 5 ELMA GREY BLACKWELL "Good manners and good morals are swor friends ' Stunt Night 2, Goldmasquers 3, 4, Bus. Man. 4, Mi e Chorus 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4. LYNDA JAYNE BOYD "The sweetest noise on earth, a woman's voic Junior-Senior 3, Stunt Night 3, FHA 2, Radio Dept. 2, Maiorette 3, 4, Band 3, 4. KENNETH HAROLD BRASWELL "Every inch a gentleman." Science Club 2, Flag Comm. 4. WALTER THOMAS BRIDGERS "A man must play some in order to endure his work." Football 3, Homeroom Off. 4. BARBARA JEAN BROWN "Charm strikes the eye but merit wins the soul." S.A. Rep. 3, Rec. Comm. 3, Chr. 4, Junior Class Sec. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Co-Sr. Ed. 4, Lat. Cl. 2, 3, FTA 4, Sci. Cl. 4, Biol. Cl. 2, 3, SGC. 4, NHS 4, Band 2, Mar. 4, Sport, 4, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4. BRENDA FORREST BROWN "Ready smile and kind good heart, always ready to do her part." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, Hi-News Shop, Social Comm. 3, 4, Guys and Dolls 3, 4. SANDRA KAY BROWN "The secret of success is constancy of purpose." Pub. Comm. 2, Chr. 3, Sr. Coun. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night Chr. 2, Soph. Class Ed. 2, Adv. Staff 3, Gohisca Ed. 4, Hi-News Make-Up Ed. 3, Asst. Ed. 4, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Biol. Cl. 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, A Cap, Cho. 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Pres. 4, Class Song 2, We Honor 4, Superlative 4, CSPA 2, 3, 4. DAVID EARL BUCK "The secret of success is to know what you want, then go after it." D.E. Pres. 3, 4, Hi-News Staff 2, J.V. Football 3, Baseball 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE OLIVIA BULLOCK "When done by her it will be done." Goldmasquers 2, 3, Asst. Make-Up 4, Head Make-Up, ECDF 2, 3, Best Make-Up Award 2, 3. KENNETH WAYNE BURRIS "His sports and the '60 class have a lot to do with this fine lad." Bd. of Elec. 4, Scrapbook Comm. 2, Jr.-Sr. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Sci. Cl. 4, Biol. Cl. 4, V. Cl. 3, 4, J.V. F.B. 2, V. F.B. 3, 4, Golf 2, Band 2, Class Rep. 2, 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. JON MICHAEL BURROUGHS "A student, prankster, iokester, wit, all through high school, he has made a hit!" Biology Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3. CYRUS HOOPER CAMPEN "He is one of those all-round boys so rarely found." S.A. Rep. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Cl. Pres. 4, Gohisca Staff Bus. Man. 4, Lat. Cl. 2, 3, J.V. F.B. 2, V. F.B. 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4, V. Cl. 3, 4. BARBARA ANN CAPPS "It does not matter how long you live, but how well." S.A. Rep 2, 3, Junior-Senior 3, D.E. 4, FHA 4, Mixed Cho- rus 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3. MARY LAVEE CAPPS "She is gentle and does gentle deeds." FHA 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, 4. RUTH ANN CAPPS "Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue." FHA 4, Radio Dept. 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Library Club 4. l28 X ww I -may ,Q was wswcsv QW Miles 'HPV' Qiivf veg., ,. spd!! .f-"fn LARRY HADLEY CARR 'rv' "A silent tongue seeks no trouble." D.O. 3, 4. MARGARET ANN CARROLL "Moderation, the noblest gift of heaven." S.A. Rep. 2, 35 Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 35 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Gohisca Adv. Man. 45 Hi-News Cir. Man. 45 French Club 3, 45 Science Club 45 Biology Club 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Calendar Comm. 35 Rec. Comm. 4. JOYCE MAE CARTER "From all reports, she's the best of sports." -unisex ficer 2, 3, 45 Maiorette 4. NIVEN CARTER "One boy is more trouble than 12 girls." CLAUDIA CHENEY 'ZWWX "Always mischievous, always gay, always laughing, come what may." Stunt Night 45 Goldmasquers 45 Radio Dept. 4. FAYE ANN CLAYTON "Manner, not gold, is woman's best ornament." Homeroom Officer 45 D.E. Pres. 45 FHA 2. 'qyww RONALD ROGER COALSON "Seldom serious and loving fun!" Biology Club 25 Goldmasquers 3, 45 Radio Dept. 3, 45 'T Basketball 2. HARRY COHN I "In every deed of mischief5 he hath a hand." S.A. Rep. 25 Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 35 Goldmasquers 25 Stunt Night 2. JOHNNY GORDON COLEY "To live with leisure and never fret or worry." Varsity Baseball 3, 4. 3 JK wo' .rar n""Y' lnumau I uhhh Now wait lust a minute! ls it that red hair that makes the differ- ence? Wonder what is raising the doubts from these new students? l29 FHA 25 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Band 45 Homeroom Of- F"T""i ' T LUCILLE FANNIE COWARD Intelligence and grace make a perfect woman er Rel omm 3 SA ep C Co r 4 mm 3 Radio Dept 2 Stunt Night Comm 2 Sec Asst Chief Mar 4 LYNDA MARY CRAWFORD On one she smiled and he was blest Jr Sr Comm 3 Stunt Night2 3 4 Gohlsca Ct 4 Fr Cl 3 4 Latin Cl 2 Goldmasquers 2 3 4 Mix Cho 4 Soc Comm 2 4 Hmrm Off 2 4 CHARLES EVERETT CROOM A good character shines by its own light r ec omm 4 unt Nght 3 masquers4 Rduo Dept 4 JV BB 2 V BB 2 3 4 V Cl WILLIAM ROLAND CROW Knowledge is a treasure But practice is the key to it all SA Rep 2 4 Senior Class Treas 4 Stunt Night 3 4 French Club 3 4 Science Club 3 4 Biology Club 2 3 Pres 4 Varsity Tennis 2 3 4 Band 2 Varsity Club 3 4 Marshal 4 Homeroom Officer 2 3 4 Stunt Night King 3 JAMES WATSON CULBRETH Its not what I do that worries me Its when I get caught there is difficulty Class Rep 3 DO 4 Printing Staff 2 LINDA FAYE DALE Petite brunette who has a way with people D E Sec 4 Mixed Chorus 3 BETTY FRANCES DANIELS A face with gladness overspread SA Rep 2 3 JunlorSemor Dec Comm 3 DE 3 FTA A 2 4 Radio Dep 2 Library Club 2 Comm 2 HARRY DEWEY DAUGHTRY It matters not how long you live but how well MILDRED WINSTEAD DAWSON As merry as the day is long. Stunt Night 3- French Club 4- Science Club 4- Biology Club 3 4- Marshal 4. LENA WOOD DEANS "Good manners are the blossoms of good sense and good feeling." LOUISE BENNETTE DENMARK "Friends and a friendly conversation are my companions." Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 35 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Gold- masquers 45 Radio Dept. 45 Mixed Chorus 25 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. ANN ROSETTA DENNING "A friend sincere and true." S.A. Rep. 35 D.E. 2, 3, 45 FHA 2, 3. NANCY SARAH DIXON "Choose your love, and love your choice." Homeroom Officer 45 Junior-Senior Comm. 35 A. C. Rey- nolds, Asheville, N. C. RICHARD FORREST DOWNEY, JR. "My cars and my heart shall never part. Varsity Football 4. THURSTON COOPER EDMONDSON "His fun is as deep as the ocean. His troubles as light as its foam." n S.A. Rep. 35 Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 35 Stunt- Night 2, 3, 45 Gohisca Feature Ed. 45 Hi-News Staff 45 Biology Club 35 Homeroom Officer 2. 00' 9 KRW' wif' JACK EDWARDS "A gentleman from soul to crown, A truer friend could never be found." , Grounds Comm. 4, S.A. Pres. 3, Soph. Class Pres. 2, Stunt Night Dir. 3, Latin Cl. 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, Pres. 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, J.V. F.B. 2, .l.V. B.B. 2, V. Track 2, Golf 4, Pres, E.D.N.C.S.C.C. 4, Mar. 4, NLTC 2, NCSCC 3, 4, EDNCSCC 3, 4, NASC 3. JULIA ESTELLE ELlVlORE "A little soul, so warm and true." S.A. Rep. 3, FHA 3, 4, Lib. Cl. 3, Sec. 4, Hmrm Ott. 2, 3, 4, CAROLYN LEE EVERHART "I will look on clouds and cliffs with quiet eyes." D.E. 3, 4, FHA 2, 3. BOBBY RAY EZZELL "Happiness is not the end of.life, character is." Baseball 2, 3, 4, Band 2. EDWARD ROMAUS EZZELL "He is wise who speaks not much." JO ANN FAIRCLOTH "Gentle and sweet, true in reality." FRANCES DELORES FARMER "One of the greatest pleasures of life is conversation." Rec. Comm. 4, Soc. Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. 3, Gohisca Staff 4, FTA 3, 4, Sci. Cl. 2, 3, 4, A Cap. Cho. 4, Stunt Night 3. SUE CAROL FOX "'Tis good to be merry and wise, full of mischief, wit and glee." V. Chrldr. 3, Head 4, J.V. Chrldr. 2, Hmrm. Ott. 2, 3, Hmrm Fl. Chr. 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, Biol. Cl. 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Hi-News Staff 4, Gohisca Adv. Staff 4, Co-Sr. Ed. 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Chr. 3, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Mix. Cho. 4, S.A, Rep. 2, Soc. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Dev. Comm. 2, Class Song 2. EDWARD ROY FRANK, JR. "Seldom serious, often gay, a grand sport in every way." Fr, Cl. 2, 3, Radio Dept. 2, V. F.B. 2, 4, J.V. F.B. 3, J.V. B.B., V. Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Wres. 3, 4, Mix. Cho. 3, v. cl. 3, 4. Q' , ,13- ""4"'f-ma.: , .5 .f 4. Wk, ' ,ig . .f F .1122 ff 4 f 2' WA," ,ff-ef .4 ff V d.fi, I, , , , f 2' 27177 1"'vf'3 X I , f, , ff Qlffl Fifi! gf!! 1 " MAMA, 1 -"dn1g,,s.,x With that good ol' class spirit, we sang our way to victory. Hn? Do that many hands really make work light? l? !? l3l WILLIAM EDWARD FRIEND "Fast on the mile." S.A. Rep. 3, Fr. CI. 3, 4, Biol. CI. 2, 3, 4, V. F.B. 3, Track 2, 3, 4, NCESTM 3, V. CI. 2, 3, 4, NCSTM 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. JOHN GRAHAM GETSINGER "Personality is the thing that towers over everything else in the world." Rec. Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, Chr. 4, Co- Sports Ed. 4, Latin Cl. 2, J.V. B.B. 2, Golf 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Spon. 2. DOROTHY MARIE GIBSON "All the world's her stage." Cal. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Fr. CI. 3, 4, FTA 3, V.P. 4, Goldmas- quers 2, 3, 4, Bd. 2, Jr.-Sr. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, St. Dra. Fest. 2, 3. JOHN DAVID GRADY Ill "Kindness is a golden chain by which society is bound together." JunioreSenior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, French Club 4, Science Club 4, Biology Club 4, Band 2, Hmrm Off. 3, Lost and Found Comm. 2, Building and Grounds 3. GERALD LEE GRANT, JR. "Life is not life at all without delight." Stunt Night 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, Radio Dept. 2, Wrestling 2, Band 2, 2nd Lt. 3, Capt. 4, Golf 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4. MARJORIE PATRICIA GRICE "Her ways are ways of pleasantness." S.A. Rep. 2, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, FHA 2, Radio Dept. 2, Hmrm. Off. 2. BEVERLY FLOYD GRIFFIN "Mischievous to the imp degree." Board of Elections 2, 3, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, Gold- masquers 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Parade Chr. 2. VIVIAN FAYE GRIFFIN "Sweet, lovely-and ambitious too, likes doing things she shouldn't do." Co-Chm. for Rec. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Comm. Chrm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Mag. Chr. 2. NANCY ANN GRIFFITH "You find yourself refreshed by cheerful people." FHA 4, JAMES GROOT "I may not always be right, but l'm never wrong." CAROLYN JEAN GUFFORD "Cheerfulness is a friend to grace." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. REAMONIA GRAY GURLEY "She's small but that doesn't cramp her style." Latin Club 2, Goldmasquers 4, Cal. Comm. 4, Library Comm. 4. SUSAN HAGGERTY "Nothing endures but personal qualities." Social Comm. 4, Gohisca Staff 4, Radio Dept. 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4. MARION RHODES HALES "A mind that is strong and a heart of gold, a store of good things will his future hold." Vis. Aids Comm. 4, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, Man. of Goldmasquers 4, Best Sound Award 3. THOMAS ALBERT HARRELL "A gentleman at all times." Hmrm. Rep. 2, Senior Rep. 4, Stunt Night 2, V. Mgr. Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. I 132 4,4 '60 Mm 'Phu 2rt"""'f' wil M JAMES WILLIAM HATCH "Leave silence to the saints, I am but human." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, Golclmasquers 2, 3, 4, Bus. Man. 4, State Drama Festival, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH O'NEAL HAWLEY "All the sweetness of lite collected in one person." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, FTA 3, Gold- masquers 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 4, Rec. Comm. 4, Assembly Comm. 4. BOBBY RAY HERRING "Always laughing, never sad, sometimes naughty, but never bad." S.A. Rep. 2, Dec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Co-Head Concessions 4. CHRISTINE HILL "Silence is more eloquent than words." Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 3, 4. BILLY MERCER HINSON "Welcome mischief, if thou comest along." Hmrm. Officer 3. ROBERT WEBSTER HINSON "Honor lies in honest toil." Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3. BETSY FALLS HOLLOMAN "Likeable, versatile, bubbling personality." Junior-Senior 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Gohisca Staff 4, Hi- News Staff 4, French Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Science Club 3, Biology 2, 3, Radio Dept. 2, Social Comm. 2, Junior Rep. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Calendar Comm. 4. WILLIAM ROBERT HOOKS "He's no bench warmer or substitute but an added at- traction to the games, in basketball and other sports Bill R. has won his fame." Rec. Comm. 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, V. Football 3, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Bas- ketball 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Comm. 3. MARGARET JGYCE HOWELL "Always seek for the best in life." Mixed Chorus 2. JOYCE LOUISE HUDSON "Those about her shall read her perfect ways of honor." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Marshal 4. JOHN TURNER lNGRAM "Rare compound of quality, noble, and true, With plenty of sense and good humor too." D.O. 4, D.E. 4. CHARLES DONVAN JARRELL "Variety is the spice of life." J.V. Football 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. ROBERT ARLlS JENNETTE "True to work and friend." D.E. 4. LINDA KAY JOHNSON "We know the truth, not only by the reason but by the heart." Social Comm. 4, Hi-News Staff 4, Goldmasquers 3, 4, Radio Dept. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4. RUTH ELLEN JOHNSON "Mischievous often, dignified sometimes, popular always." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Gohisca Staff 4, French Club 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4. STEVE FLYNN JOHNSTON "He's ever cheerful, true and kind." Goldrnasquers 3, 4. CHARLES CLARENCE JONES "Courtesy is the true alchemy, turning to gold all it touches." Vis. Aids Comm. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, Science Club 4, Biology Club 4, Goldmasquers 2, Radio Dept. 2, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. CHARLES PARKER JONES "Wit be my faculty and pleasure my occupation." Board of Elections 4, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Science Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4. BUCK EMITT JONES "Fortune befriends the bold." D.O. 3, 4. JAMES EDWARD KEEN "Life is itself, but a game of football." J.V. Football 2, V. Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, V.P. 4. JOHN WAYNE KEEL "Okay, teacher, you can talk now-I'm finished." Stunt Night 3, French Club 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, State Drama Festival 3, 4. JUANlTA CLAIRE KORNEGAY "Out of the abundance of my heart my mouth speakethf' French Club 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, Sec. 4, Science Club 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Social Comm. 4. ROBERT LUTHER LAMBERT, JR. "When Gabriel blows his horn, we'll play a duet." S.A. Treas. 4, Science Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Pres. 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Band 2, Asst. Chief Marshal 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Building and Grounds Comm. 2. BARBARA ANN LAND "She has a disposition that accepts the terms of life, and sends her making friendships wherever there is strife." Biology Club 4, FHA 2, National Beta Club 2, 3, 4. I34 ,alma it iwx ll ,,, - sf, uwr':""' f WW, I. ELIZABETH OPHELIA LEACH "Refinement creates beauty everywhere." Pub. Comm. 2, Lib. Comm. 4, Biol. Cl. 4, Radio Dept. 2, Hmrm. Ott. 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Soc. Comm. 2, 3. CHARLES LOUIS LEDER "What? What! Not a I+, l'm failing, I'm failing! ! !" Asm. Comm. Chr. 4, S.A. V.P. 4, Soph. Class Parl. 2, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Fr. CI. 3, 4, Sci. CI. 3, Biol. CI. 3, 4, Gold- masquers 4, Radio Dept. 4, Adv. Man. 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Bd. 2nd Lt. 2, V. Cl. 3, Corr. Sec. 4, Chief Mar. 4, NCSCC 4, NHS 4. WILLIAM GRIER LEE "Fun? Count me in!" Goldmasquers 4, Radio Dept. 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, V. Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, District Meet 3. THOMAS CARY LEWIS "What ever gave you the idea l'm shy?" Board of Elections Comm. Chr. 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club Pres. 2, Science Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, NHS 4, Marshal 4. JIMMIE EARL LITTLE "I am the master of my fate." Radio Dept. 2, D.O. 3, 4, .I.V. Football 2. SONNY WALTER LIVINGSTONE "He is small in stature-His wit and humor are contagious." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Goldmasquers 4, Radio Dept. 2, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Guys and Dolls 4. DAVID OWEN LUCAS "Resolve to be thyself, and know that he who finds him- self, loses his misery." Hmcg. Comm. 4, S.A. Rep. 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Chr. 4, Fr. Cl. 3, Pres. 4, Sci. CI. V.P. 3, Pres. 4, NHS 4, J.V. F.B. 2, B.B. 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, V. CI. 3, 4, N.M.S. Semi-Finalist 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, BETSEY GREEN MATTHIS "She seeks the very best of life-" Asm. Comm. 2, Dev. Comm. 2, Int. Rel. Comm. 3, Soc. Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Adv. Staff 4, Hi-News Staff 3, 4, Adv. Man. 4, Fr. CI. 4, Sci. CI. 4, Biol. CI. 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN MAYO "Fair be all thy hopes." Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Bd. 2, 3, 4, Asst. Hd. Mai. 2, 3, 4. Q I' 1 f W t a way to rack up Brownie points." ' t --...A W... .-Q. 1 ... ..-... in--1-ang - -4 """' 222: I ' -ww-.L M: 2-'vm-..,7 'fr-Q. a...l...., N-..-... f... f. .-V., '- 'r..:f117-12':.'1"1 an-..., -M, f--W.. H-f...AfH f M-......, .,,,... M. I 3-Ta'-."' f'ff"""' Zrzzzr xiii I Q , f-if" IWW' 'ff jf! W XTX I I ,,,..- The Watercooler left to us by the class of '59 lessened the l f"f"fc, rffffddw ew 4 ff T, , frigid atmosphere when finally installed. I35 ""'Tl iii sl is ri. ' l il 1. E. ,I ll l. ll E , l 'E ll ll 1. ll. l lil ig l ,L l l ,l .. ii .lflt .H if f ,l l l l , a l 'I .I lg l l l l I 1 .WI A l i l l, l l I-l i. ll l. lt l 1' l L ll il l ll Sl ,. l l l l l l l l BERNICE ANN MCCARTER "A light heart lives long." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Biology Club 2, FHA 2, 3, Mix- ed Chorus 2, 3, Sec. 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. JACK ALLEN MCCLUNG "Not simply good, but good for something." Science Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Goldmasquers 4, Radio Dept. 3, 4. DORIS FAYE MCDONALD "Wisdom, Power, and Goodness meet." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, French Club 4, Latin Club 3, Marshal 4, Calendar Comm. 3, 4. ROBERT EUGENE MCGILL "A true and steadfast friend." Social Comm. 4, J.V. Football 2, V. Football 4. JEAN COURTNEY MCGUIRT "The superior person is slow in words and earnest in conduct." Latin Club 2, Biology Club 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 4. HOWARD MCKINNON MCLAMB "Every great man is unique." Sports Ed. Hi-News Staff 3, Ecl.-in-Chief 4, Latin Club 3, Radio Dept. 2, Statistician V. Football 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. SYLVIA ANN MCMILLIAN "Sweetness is a quality we love in all." Radio Dept. 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 3, S.A. Rep. 2. SARA ANNE MEADOWS "A dreamer's ambition is never empty." Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, ECDF 2, 3, Head Costumes Dept. 3, 4. FRANKIE HOLT MEDLIN "Knowledge is a treasure, But practice is the key to it." Latin Club 3, FTA 3, Treas. 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4. BETTIE COVINGTON MERCER "The sweetest manners, the gentlest heart." Cal. Comm. 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Radio Dept. 2, Social Comm. 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2. DURWOOD MILLS "He is wise who speaks not much." Band 2, 3, 4. WlLLlAM EARL MITCHELL "Jolly, good-natured, full of fun, if you want a friend, here is one." Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, Biology Club Sec. 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3, Var- sity Club 4. LINDA MITCHELL MONSEES "Seriousness of mind is sought by the best." French Club 3, FTA Pres. 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, lst Lt. Band 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4. DAVID ANTHONY MOORE "True to work and friend." LlNDA ANN MORRISON "An angel wandering out of heaven." Social Comm, 4, Stunt Night 4, French Club 4, NHS 3, 4, Student Life Co-Ed. 4, Sponsor 4, A Cappella Choir 4. I36 ww 'aqua-ff BILLY RAY MOZINGO "You are what you are, not what people think." D.E. 3, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4. PAMELA GAIL MUMFORD "Never lonely, often gay, a happy girl all through the day." Stunt Night 2. JOHN ROBERT MURPHY "With a friend and a song, l'll travel along." V. Football 4, Baseball 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Paris American High School, Paris, France 3. ELIZABETH MURRAY "Smart and sincere, poised and serene." Recpt. Comm. 2, Social Comm. 3, Chr. 4, Public. Ed. 4, Hi-News Shop 4, Biology Club 2, Sec. 2, NHS 3, Pres. 4, Marshal 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Comm. 3. JOYCE ANN MURRAY "Her care is never to offend and every person is her friend." Gohisca Staff 4, Social Comm. 4, Library Club 4. MARTHA NASH "Short and sweet, cute and neat, Tripping along on her two little feet." CHARLOTTE LANCE NASH "Always smiling-gracious and friendly." S.A. Rep. 4, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, Gohisca Staff 4, Hi-News Staff 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 4, DARRELL EARL NELSON "A mind that is strong and a heart of gold, a store of good things will his future hold." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, Flag Committee 2. JAMES NELSON "One cannot always be a hero, but one can always be a man." D.E. 3, 4, Goldmasquers 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4. is The be be attributed to the hard work of such as these Jr Sr -.Z The long awaited night-the Jr.-Sr. is here. "' I37 GEORGE DAVID ODOM "He fights to win the game and never thinks himself to win the fame." Hmrm. S.A. Rep. 4, Sports Ed. 4, J.V. Capt. 2, 3, V. Capt. 4, Football, J.V. Basketball Capt. 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, V. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3. BILLY O'NEAL "True to work and friend." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, D.E. Pres. 4, Hi-News Staff 2, Science Club 2, J.V. Wrestling 2. BILLY RUFUS OVERBEE "Nothing endures but personal qualities." D.E. 3, Diversified Occupation 4. GEORGE SOLAN PARRISH "We praise those who love their fellow man." D.O. Treas. 2, 3, Basketball 2. BETTY MARIE PATE The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." S.A. Rep. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Music Editor 4, FHA 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 4. 11 DAVID EARL PEACOCK "The walking definition of a good sport." Hi-News Staff 4, V. Football 3, Capt. 4, J.V. Football Capt. 2, J.V. Basketball 2, NCTM 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Serg.-at-Arms Varsity Club 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. STELLA JEAN PEARMAN "May all the charm that now appears increase in glory through the years." French Club 4, Stunt Night 3, 4. WILLIAM PENN PEARMAN "No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of if to anyone else." Junior-Senior Comm. 3. WALTER RICHARD PELT "Silent efforts move the world." Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 2, 3. GLENDA FAYE PILKINGTON "Gentle and sweet, true in reality." Gohisca Staff 4, FHA 3, 4, Radio Dept. 4, Library Club 3, 4, Social Comm. 4, FHA 3. JAMES HUGH PHILLIPS "Life's race well run, life's work well clone." Mixed Chorus 4. JOYCE MARIE POPE "All her dealings are square and above board." Library Club 2, Hmrm. Off. 3. ROSE EVELYN POTTS "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." S.A. Rep. 2, 3, D.E. 3, 4, FHA 2, Library Comm. 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR PATRICIA POWELL "Sweet and gentle, good and true, smart, sincere, and friendly too." S.A. Corr. Sec. 4, Junior Class Parl. 3, Soph. Class Sec. 2, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, V. P. 4, Latin Club 2, Sec. 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Betty Smith Award 3, Mar- shal 4, Foreign Exchange Student 3. OLIVIA POWELL "And fearless minds climb soonest into the crowns." FTA 4, Radio Dept. 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. l38 'r a , . , fav- , .Ny K, ...Mp QT' .,,..,.m- 'V'-I...-A RALPH ALLEN QUINN "Live and let live, as I will do." JOHNNY HOWELL RAY "An athlete true with virtue high." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, J.V. Football 3, Track 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4. CLAFTON MARIE REGISTER "Friendly in manner, full of pep." FHA 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. DOUGLAS DELONS REGISTER "Quiet, gentle, and refined, always thoughtful and very kind." GEORGIA CAROL REGISTER "Light brown hair, friendly eyes, Wonder where her fu- ture lies?" D.E. 4. JAMES MARTIN RICHTER "Laugh and the world laughs with you." S.A. Rep. 3, Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Senior Council 4. GINNIE ROSE RIVENBARK "The most natural beauty in the world is honesty and moral truth." Social Comm. 3, Library Comm. 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, FHA 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2. DONALD ALLEN ROBINSON "Self reliance is a virtue." Hi-News Staff 3, D.O. 4, Hmrm. Off. 2. JUDITH ARNELL ROSS "Silence and modesty are the ornaments of a woman." D.E. 3, 4. JjfyQ:' fgygffyg Now, Cooper, Senior Class problems aren't that boring! DAVID ROUSE "Both wise and delightful to know." Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Hi-News Staff 3, lnterm. Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 3. GISELA RUEDIGER "She is as good as she is fair." S.A. Rep. 2, French Club 4, FTA 2. VIRGIL DEAN RUTLEDGE "Behold, and when l sing, even the birds do cease their melody." J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Capt. 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 47 Varsity Club 3, 4. BETTY HUELENE SASSER "She is made to be the admiration of everyone, and the happiness of one." Elec. Comm. 4, Soc. Comm. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, sci. cl. 2, 3, 4, Biol. ci. 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Mix. cha. 2, 3, 4, A cap. cha. 2, 3, 4, Mus. Ed. 4, Adv. Staff 3, Hi-News Staff 2, 3, 4. BETTY JO ANN SASSER "It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Gohisca Staff 4, Biology Club 2, Goldmasquers 2, Class Song 2. NANCY FARTHING SASSER "She is one of those fortunate people blessed with in- telligencef' Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Gohisca Staff 4, Lat. Cl. 2, Biol. Cl. 4, NHS 3, Sec. 4, Mar. 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, N.M.S.C. Semi-Finalist. MARGARET DALE SAUNDERS "To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent." Hi-News Staff, Quill and Scroll 4, Arlington Heights High School 2, Burges High School 3. DENNIS CRAIG SEWELL "Much wisdom often goes with fewest words." Baseball 3, 4. MARGARET ANN SHENKLE "Good qualities are the substantial riches of the mind." FHA 2, Glee Club 2. DANIEL BOWIE SHEPHERD "Put the best you have in life, and the best will come back to you." S.A. Rep. 4, Sp. ECI. 2, Lal. Cl. 2, SCI. Cl. 3, 4, V. F.B. 3, 4, Mix. Cho. 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, V. Cl. 3, 4, Mar. 3, 4. WILLIAM HUBERT SHIRLEY "Let my song fill the night with music." Dev. Comm. 4, Photo. Comm. 3, Soph. Class Treas. 2, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Fr. CI. 3, 4, Biol. Cl. 2, J.V. Capt. B.B. 2, V. B.B. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, STU. Dir. Mix. Cho. 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 2, V. Cl. 3, 4, Pres., Hrnrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. EDWARD DOUGLAS SMITH "A good disposition is more valuable than gold." Goldmasquers 3, Mix. Cho. 4, A Cappella Cho. 4, Bd. 2. JUNE KAY SMITH "Speak of Jacob's ladder and she would ask how many steps there were." Junior-Senior Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, French Club 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Radio Dept. 2, Social Comm. 3. CHARLES SNIPES "Don't let the silence fool you, he has his share of fun." LARRY EDWARD SNIPES "A kind heart, a level head." D.E, 4, French Club 3, Biology Club 2, Football 2, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4. I40 44 ""' 40's 'WW FRANK VICTOR STAIR "Time wasted is existence5 used it is life." Junior-Senior Comm. 35 Stunt Night 35 Goldmasquers 3, 45 Radio Dept. 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Head Art 4. SANDRA LYNN STANCIL "Quietness, tenderness! These are her traits." Social Comm. 3, 45 Junior-Senior Comm. 35 Gohisca Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4. PEGGY JO STEPHENSON "Precious gems come in small packages." Board of Elections 35 Junior-Senior 35 Stunt Night 2, 35 Goldmasquers 25 Radio Dept. 2. FRANCES LEONA STILL "She's ever cheerful, true and kind." Soph. Council Rep. 25 Stunt Night Prop. Comm, Chr. 35 FTA 25 Goldmasquers 25 Radio Dept. 2, 3. EVYS STITH "He is rich who is contented." D.E.5 Radio Dept.5 Hmrm. Officer. ROBERT ALLEN STOCKS "lf it's fixable, I can fix it." J.V. Wrestling 25 Junior-Senior 35 Stunt Night 35 Radio Dept. 3, 45 Goldmasquers 3, 45 Lighting Head 4. WlLLlAM GLENN STRICKLAND "Roll on, world, and I'll roll with you." J. V. Wrestling 25 D.O. 3, 4. JOHN WALTER STONE "The key to every man is his thought." Junior-Senior 35 Stunt Night 2, 35 Science Club 35 Biology Club 2, 35 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 45 Radio Dept. 2. KATHRYN RAE STOVER "Lovely to look at, delightful to know." Wheelus Dependent High School, Tripoli, Libya, North Africa 25 Freeport Area Joint High School, Freeport, Penn. 35 S.A. Rep. 45 Mixed Chorus 45 A Cappella Choir 4. ,-i' .25 , 17? fi 4 1, 7' ?! 1 - . ff, - "77x .ff 1 ,fy I 1 rfff , va. 4 ,. 7 f' "" .q 'F' fff ffyf- 4-fA 4 f ' 7 X3 Wipe off the dust, boys5 we need more room. l4l ,-,..i...-T-- ,- ' X Q 1 DONALD CRAIG SUTTON "Find him a pencil and he will draw." Bul. Bd. Comm. 3, 45 Jr. Class Treas. 35 Jr-Sr. Dec. Comm. 35 Stunt Night 3, 45 Er. CI. 45 SCL CI. 45 Biol. Cl. 45 Radio Dept. 25 Hmcg. Float Chr. 45 Hmrm. Off. 3, 4. HAL HILDRETH TANNER, JR. "He has won the heart of hearts." Jr-Sr. Dec. Comm. 35 Stunt Night 35 Hi-News Staff 25 Sci. CI. 2, 3, 45 Biol. Cl. 25 J.V. F.B. 25 V. F.B. 45 Track 3, 45 V. CI. 3, 45 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4 JERRY MORRIS THOMPSON "Nature's own nobleman, friendly and frank." Bd. of Elec. 35 Biol. Cl. 45 V. F.B. 45 Track 3. GENE EDWARD THORNTON "lt's good to live and learn." Stunt Night 35 J. V. Football 35 V. Football 45 V. Baseball JERRY ALLEN TURLINGTON "An athletic boy with a will to please and take life as a ioyull Stunt Night 35 J.V. Football 35 V. Football 45 V. Baseball 3, 4. RAEFORD TURNAGE "When good natured people leave us, we look forward with extra pleasure to their return." BOBBY RAY TURNER "I am the captain of my soul and the master of my fate." J.V. Football. LINDA KAYE TYNDALL "Always smiling, always neat, always pretty, always sweet!" Lost and Found Comm. Chm.5 S.A. Rep.5 Social Comm.5 Junior-Senior 35 Stunt Night 2, 35 Gohisca Advertising Comm. 45 Faculty Editor 45 Hi-News Advertising Comm. 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Radio Dept. 25 Mixed Chorus 45 Chm. Float Comm. 25 J.V. Cheerleader 2, 35 Hmrm. Officer 2, 3. RICHARD ANTHONY URAVITCH "I tell you, man, too much work is bad for one's soul." Radio Department 4. DOLORES ELALYN VAN WORMER "Blest with charm, the certainty to please." Latin Club 45 Library Club 4. ROBERT SAMUEL VARNER JR. "He puts his heart into the game!" S.A. Rep. 2, 35 Class Vice-Pres. 35 Junior-Senior 35 Stunt Night 35 Biology Club 45 J.V. Football 2, 35 J.V. Bas- ketball 25 V. Basketball 3, 45 V. Track 2, 45 Varsity Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. THOMAS VINSON "To be admired is certainly an honor." French Club 45 Science Club 45 Biology Club 45 Mag. Chr. 45 Stunt Night Comm. 2, 3, 45 S.A. Rep. 2, 35 Jun- ior-Senior Dec. Comm. 35 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. CLAUDETTE LOUISE WAGNER "One who is welcomed everywhere." Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 35 Mix. Cho. 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 45 "AmahI" 3. ARCHIBALD WILSON WARD "Tho' he's full of fun and vim, there's loyalty and pep in him." S.A. Pres. 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Fr. Cl. 3, 45 Sci. Cl. 3, 45 Biol. CI. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 25 J.V. F.B. 25 Track 25 Wres. 2, 3, 4, Capt. 45 Mar. 45 V. Cl. 3, 45 Ring Chr. 45 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 45 EDNCSCC 35 Spon. 45 E. Dist. Sci. Fair 2. RONALD WATSON "The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed." S.A. Rep. 25 Aud. Vis. Comm. 2, 3, 45 Fr. CI. 3, 45 Biol. Cl. 2, 3, 45 Goldmasquems 3, 45 Radio Dept. 3, 45 J.V. F.B. 25 Tennis 25 V. B.B. 25 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 45 Mgr, Goldmas- quers 35 Mar. 45 Jr-Sr. Comm. 35 Stunt Night 3. I42 FRED BARDEN WEST "Don't let his silence fool you, he has his share of fun.' J.V. Football 2, V. 3, J.V. Basketball 2, C. 3, 4, V. Track 2, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Stunt Night 3. GRAHAM ALSTON WEST "Striving and willing to work for his school and others." S.A. Rep. 3, Junior-Senior Dec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, J. V. Basketball Manager 2, Board of Elections 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Grounds Comm. 3, Marshal 4. WILLIAM DENNY WHEELER "Where there is dancing, Denny will be found in his glory." Stunt Night 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Radio Dept. 2, 3, 4, Guys and Dolls 3, Dir. 4. CAROLYN .IO WILEY "Her talents are more of a silent class." Math Club 2, Mixed Chorus 2, D.E. 4. CHARLES BRAXTER WILLIAMS "A good time is a reason for living." J.V. Football 2, V. 3, Hi-News Printer 2, 3, 4 CHARLES THOMAS WILLIAMS "Quiet and shy, what we call an extra nice guy." Radio Dept. 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Stagecraft 4. JANE PAGE WILLIFORD "Where you find fun and laughter, you'll also find Jane." J.V. Cheerleader 2, Radio Dept. 2, Board of Elections 3, Junior-Senior 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Ghisca Staff 4, Hi-News Staff 4. JOYCE ANNE WILLIS "Reliable in all she attempts." FTA 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4. ANN HATHAWAY WILKINSON "Witty remarks, Unlimited store, Personality plus, Has fun galore." J.V. Cheerleader 2, S.A. Rep. 2, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Radio Dept. 4. Could scenes like this one be the answer? 1 Y af '60 n "A winner never quits, a quitter never wins." D.O. Rep. 2, Homeroom Officer 2. "Her quietness causes attention to her virtue." Junior-Senior A Cappella 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3. ,J J BILLY RAY WISE Give me the outdoors, I love it." D.O. 3, 4. JIMMY ALLEN WISE MARY JOSEPHINE WOODARD Comm. 3, FHA 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, WILLIAM C. HORTON "To worry little, to study less, this is the secret of happiness." J.V. Basketball 2, 3, V. Basketball 4, J.V. Football 2, Stunt Night 3, 4, Track 4, S.A. 2, Junior Council 3. JACKY RICHARD HOWELL "But Coach, l'lI bring my crutches back tomorrow!" Lost and Found Comm. 2, V. Football 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3. pf f 4 rf: ,ly K f ,--aw' lfjlf If The winning float of '59-made by a senior homeroom, of course. A hard-working senior selling magazines, we won three years in a row. 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This we realize. We will always stand together, Proud and brave and true. As we strive to share our glory, Serving God and you. When we leave our alma mater, Proud of all we've done, There is nothing that can stop the Class of sixty-one. I53 17116 .' SrpphQhj.CrECIass officers are: Preiiddnrt, Jay Derbyp Vice-President, Tommy- Frdnklinp Treasurer, FrankrDurr1as.g Secre1aryQ Lois Couch. r r r I Mr- . , . . . ,. Betty Abbott Barbara Anderson Neal Anderson Ray Anderson Linda Andrews Wille Arant Rebecca Atherton Dicky Baddour Robert Bandy Annette Banks Carol Bartlett Glean Barwick Bobby Baum Sandra Beck Billy Bedford Frank Bell Paulette Bell Sue Bell Tommy Bell Vivian Bell Judy Bennett Shirley Bennett Hazel Best Ray Best Craig Blackburn Parris Blair Kenneth Boles Pat Bowen Janet Boyette Joe Bradel George Bradicich Nancy Braswell Corinne Bridgewater ' Jimmy Britt Michael Britt Margaret Brock George Brodie Peggy Brown Linda Buckner Kenneth Bulter Ricky Burns James Calvin Linda Cameron Carol Carrere Nancy Carroll Ray Carpenter Marlene Carter Betsy Catt Ann Coats Mary Cole Brenda Cooke Donna Cooke James Coombs George Cooper Nathan Cotton Lois Couch Thurman Covert Aurthur Culbreth Sara Culbreth Diane Dail of waz ff f - ' 5 Wi"-f 33, '15 as K X 2 W iw . ' ' 12 -xr' .Q ,f,, C 4 ,, . ef- 'f . 'i 1, . 43 J f . , 'Ct . my ' , ,I V ,X . . ex, ,J ., Env V, , 1 4,- -4 ,W " W 4' v f 5' .724 1 ,... 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M ,ta ,Q 'ff , iv mf, 1 f A -X Durwood Daniels Herman Daughtry Bill Davis Elton Davis Frances Davis Linda Ruth Davis Sally Davis Emma Kay Dawson Bobbie Day Faye Deans Sandy Deaton James DeB-ruhl Della Denmark Jay De-rby Hank Dowling Robert Driver Ruth Dubois Jimmie Dudley Jim Dugan Frank Dumas Pete Duke Virginia Eakes Don Edgerton Donald Edwards Ronald Edwards Louise Ellers Joyce Elmore Linda Elmore Linda F. Elmore Chyde Epps J. D. Etheridge Katie Evans' Nancy Evans Johnny Faircloth Judy Faircloth Tommy Farmer We all have biology for one hour Mary Janet Fields Earl Floors Butch Forsyth Tommy Franklin Linda Fredrick Bobby Freeman J. D. Fritzinger Ramond Fulterton Johnny Gardner Francine Garris Joyce Garris Patricia Gilbreath Eddie Gomez Judy Goodson Forrest Gore Dannielle Gourvert Gene Gowls Wanda Grady Norman Greenburg Spillman Grice Craig Griffin Jim Griffit Jolynn Guidry Marlene Gurley Tommy Gwatney Paul Halvorsen Linda Ham Carolyn Harmon Jack Harris Bryan Harvey Bryan Haskins Janet Hatch Bobby Hawks Barbara Head Johnny Head Betty Hilburn C, J. Hines Ann Hines Sally Kay Hinson Bonnie Hollman Sylvia Hollowell Cooper Howell Mike Hunter Joe Husbands Eddie Hynes Linda Ingram Sharon Insko Ernest Jackson Linda Carole Jackson Linda Jackson Margaret Jennette Carol Jernigan Joyce Jinnette Edith Johnson Janie Johnson Judy Johnson Kaye Jones Bobby Jones Charles Jones Gene Jones ,-Y ,f,.- 4 -i ll. V Af' ' 3 an J 1 fiif' Wi? J ,I an 'l" - A di A Q , no 35-gg, .V 4 J ,Mfg fl W y K ws ,I K - . 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A 1 ., 4, A ,A i QQ, W f 1 ' A ' Kent Thompson Wi ' C' ' Jer Trachterxbur 4, Z ry g l60 INA MIXON Sophomore Class Advisor n 13 It is hard to be on time to 3rd period after lunch Kay Trammell Kitty Tratto Westley Turnage Carol Ann Utley Patsy Varner Jim Vaughan Harriet Ann Vinson Billy Wade Mac Wade Alice Faye Wallace Barbara Walston James Walton Norma Walton Dorthy Walters Judy Watkins Carol Wells Larry West Mary Wiggs Bill Williams Chuck Williams Donnie Williams Katheleen Williams Kenneth Williams Marion Williams Sylvia Williams W. J. Williams Linda Williford Danny Wise Danny Wise Charles Woodard Sheila Woodcock Tony Worrell Paula Yelverton Gary Zaccagnini Jo Ann Zambelli Susan Sasser Jean Perry COLORS Green and White FLOWER Gardenia MOTTO To make the best, better. - AQQZZM S fe Z...-A Q '31 Iwi' , W 'ii 5 t. ,,, ..., " ff! ' ,ay V , 1 'sf ,L - , ' - ML. c, 1 , in Q - A K W . . g .Wx A Q , .. -W.. 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We'll strive to do right in whatever we do. The Sophomores are singing, Our song we are bringing To Goldsboro High School, The first and the best. To do our best, then better. Is what we will endeavor. We hope the Class of '62 Will stand o'er the rest. l6l Ll ,f 5 5 2 Y 1 2 i 4 E ll 1 5 1 f .,,.g:g:2:5:f3 TW.: " 'F -,.,.::::5:f:b?:?-" , ' gn.. ' .,.,., , -' J "'-.:" ""L"' 'Wi-'-:f.-.. . .X -,X gg. ' i he P unb m . S ea f,- 5:5 --'- :fsi552f:s:5:f: 1:1::f: 55515515555 Sw :1frf Y if -f-' " ' ' -- 'f'f5ffffff'5f'if-'P KM... f55S'ff:,:f" z '4" 5515525235pifffflffiiffiff35555525151fffriffiii J ':f ' PM if :E "" ""' ' ' ff: fl: '!-' E 353551511 'Z If-: A4'- ""' "'A I . . .... ,.,,,, , ,K 3, . ., . .I . .I . .,..,,..,., if 3, 5 'VW' 'pl . . I v9 - I NX 5 av Q , f xx SN , Ax z if K 5 sf a .2 5 fe ff. .. .. C ' ' xxx -.5-:v:f.5.-15.5, ,.g:- fx- A - '-:5:, f'5:5:j:3:f.v.V:f 'jf' "" fu.,.g:5',.5:':i?,':gJ3:f'1f5f-fri: - ,,-'J V-.-,,. T A .Q v Wa. 5 few A tr GK! 5 vm sp . ,313 . -,MY Compliments ond Congratulations From T. A. LOVING AND COMPANY WMw?" J fdizfzf -7 ASH STREET PHARMACY Your Neighborhood Rexall Drug Store DIAL RE 5-l827 8l4 E. Ash Street Goldsboro, N. C. DUMAS-GIDDENS OIL COMPANY, INC. Pure Petroleum Products Ili- sure with Pure RE 5-057I-2 GOLDSBORO, N. C DEWEY BROTHERS, INC. Founders Machinists Mill Supplies Steel Fabricators Metal Windows TELEPHONE RE 4-34ll Goldsboro North Carolina BRYAN OIL COMPANY DlsTRiBuToRs Healing Oil - Gasoline - Lubricanls "Keep your home in Ihe Comlorl Zone" . E, , ., L. --M 4 U -mm,-f."', -'yE.,"' I A I - -A Wi+I1 Amoco Hea+ing Oil RE.4-l77l MT. OLIVE HIGHWAY-GOLDSBORO. N. C HEILIG-MEYERS COMPANY Furniture and House Furnishings GOLDSBORO, N. c. ompli n O X ' STACKHOUSE, INC. GOLLSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA I Cmp' ns O MARY'S DRIVE-IN WEST ASH EXTENSION CONEKIN'S SHOES For SCHOOLS AND SPORTS Sandlers of Bosfon Gobblers of California Nafuralizer FOR DRESS Adore Tweedie Ciiaiion Nafuralizer C m ' enIs KERR DRUGS RE 4-3I2I eounssono, N. c: IQ? srunzo Portraits - Weddings - Children Commercial Photography l35V2 S. CENTER STREET Goldsboro, North Carolina YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME I I NIS Congraiulafions +o +he Clas of '60 lg an IC en , Open I0 A.M. io 8 P.M. S RE-5-4242 GOLDSBOROI N' C. EAST ASH EXT. GOLDSBORO. N. c Sirflf en :ons From BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO. "The Safe Execu+or" 200 E. WALNUT STREET GOLDSBORO, N. C. C ETS GOLDSBOR0 FURNITURE DEALERS ASSDCIATION SuHon-Lewis Creech's. Inc. Souiherlands fx A Heilig-Meyers F :Il P M I T Pearson's Elecfric 8: Furnifure Co. N XZ Isaacs-K h Johnson CoHon Co. Bell-S+ am uari' V00 CAN RELAX I Your Family Store Since IS65 . Fashion Qualily Service 'fsfsx V .-.-. ., J ,:'Vi.-f 1 ii-Q 3 .- 'fdf ' I "i'i I Q For 95 yea rs. Weil's has served 'rhe ' ""f people ol Easlern Carolina by provid- J ing Jrhe newesl in fashion. 'rhe highesl in qualify. Ihe linesl service +o The besl of our abilily. Make Weil's your one-slop shopping cenler lor lhe family, for Jrhe home. CRUMPLER'S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL NORA A. CRUMPLER, Pres. Complele Secrelarial, Slenographic and Accounling Courses RE 4-364l IOO7 E. WALNUT C m enls o J. M. EDGERTON 81 SON, INC. WILLIAM EXT. GOLDSBORO, N. 'C. WAYNE ROOFING and SHEET METAL CO. Approved Ruberoid Roofers Roofing and Sheel Melal RE 4-5475 IOOO N. Herman Goldsboro, N. C. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. INC. Building Malerial Ready Mixed Concrele RE 4-432l IO9 W. VINE GOLDSBORO. N. C. Compliments and Congratulations From GOLDSBORO FRANCHISE NEW CAR-TRUCK DEALERS J- D- PIKE Chrysler. Plymouth COMMUNITY MOTORS Ford COBB MOTOR COMPANY Cheyrolef CENTRAL SERVICE Lincoln-Mercury PATE-DAWSON Oldsmobile ODOM MOTOR COMPANY Cadillagl Pontiac C- J- CARROLL DeSoto, Plymouth Dll..l.ON-BEl.l. Studebaker J. M. EDGERTON 81 SON Nash Rambler and Imperial FOR PROMPT AND COURTE MIQXR Dial RE 4-OBISOUS SERVICE X ' RED BIRD CAB Q,-MW f "Dont say Taxi, say Red Bird." df! Q42- li ents f ROBINSON'S DRUG STORE GOLDSBORO, N. c. T of 2 5 X' Comp' enti HUB DEPARTMENT STORE dwg uccess to the graduating class ,....... 1 -4 ,,l..--- fi P F C BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, BY GOLDSBORO COCA COLA BOTTLING CO , T T .-..Tl""' l. T Edwards Young Men's Shop Complimen+s of FIRESTONE STORES 236 N. CENTER GCLDSBORO. N. cz. T CEl1 ff, GARRIS JEWELERS Congra'ruIa+ions Class of '60 AMERICAN BANK Your Local Friendly Bank MEMBER F.D.I.C. GOLDSBORO, N. C. TOWN AND COU NTRY L.P. Gas Sales and Service AUTHORIZED TAPPAN DEALER 226 N. CENTER ST. GOLDSBORO, N. C. School Supplies - Typewrifers CAROLINA OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 139 Norm-I CENTER sr. "School Aids for Every Grade" For Our Contributors We Are Grateful BALL PARK SERVICE STATION BELK-TYLERS BELL-ASKINS PLUMBING AND HEATING BERNEY'S LOAN COMPANY CECIL G. BEST, ATTORNEY BEST AND WEST MEN'S STORE CITY WASHERETTE COZART PACKING COMPANY EDWARDS OIL COMPANY FARMERS' SUPPLIES FISHER TIRE COMPANY FRANK'S PIZZA KITCHEN GIDDENS JEWELRY STORE GOLD-MOUNT MOTEL GOLDSBORO BEAUTY SHOP GRANTS DEPARTMENT STORE GRIFFIN STEEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY HAMILTON FUNERAL HOME LEADER BROTHERS RAYMOND P. JONES MICKEY'S PASTRY SHOP MONTGOMERY WARD MUSIC AND SPORTS I ODOM MOTOR COMPANY PEPSI-COLA COMPANY PHILLIPS SHOES SUNGAS SERVICE SUNRISE HAIR STYLIST UNION FINANCE COMPANY VINSON'S DRUG STORE WALL'S PURE SERVICE WOOLWORTH'S WORLEY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE YOUNG FASHIONS DR. G. L. OVERMAN DR. A. L. WOOTEN DR. JAMES ZEALEY NEIL JOSEPH'S PEPSI-COLA COMPANY FARMER'S CLEANERS ROBERTS TRAILER COURT W wwf Wifi' may Q.. Q. Nw! u.1.:--'- J. V . 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