Goldsboro High School - Gohisca Yearbook (Goldsboro, NC)

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',.:4f-fn f i A .n11'-I,:lg,g,,f""',' ' 'Y " S . .51 we 1 , V 4 " f , 4 -,A All ,M :All 1 X 1 , 1 1 is '61 . , , , 'f f f V ww ,9,.,,'1..,4fp .gsm f , . K 7 f 7' ' 1 f 1 ' li 1. A 5 x 1 1 aw, 6 . 1,f .za 1 1 Y ,.-t g K Q M xii- 9241- 1 i'f,sll3'1"l'g'ni'5'-'gg' girl? Q Zgwvfi-gg, V. X Q. 1 AM 1 swsy ish 1' va if Ag' Pubiishedl b the-. Studentl of 1 Goldsboro S Senior High School Golds or , o1'thCarolina Ton R. Bowen. Editor Ann Palantzas, Business Manager I. K. Williamson, Advisor V01uH1si3O1l 1 4 'J 1, -VZ-v.'W7r" 12? ..f ff 'Q -.i13'5H5f21'i?7. , 5 .5 3gE1f?',Lg'-'- .' ' .,3Qfg:gg,it,. I N. ."',jgfIf, .1 ,. ',,,- 13,1 ,L -25532415 2 , f"3 ji-,C,,' 10,1 -9 ,A ,. -, - A., . '..ffwf1' 1 f . -fi i. 1'-ng". H:-.1 .,' ,' f-,11 , Lf,-' , ':,ijf' ' .'r,'Jf'i. 1 1 gf . . ,, .-,wwf 1, . r . '- , ., - , ,' ' 'Jw'--' I.-' 'ffh-'S' ,V ,. ,. '1f,'4L.,. 1,55-,. 1142: - .f.C,1' ',',:1-,gcf I ' 1 ' ,Uk , 7 'J 1' -,H .-gl., ,, . f ' 'Ygfv-1 1' . ' .rw p 13514-'.. . .,, ,J 1'f,.14.-.f ,if-.: f-.fysw .1 1 ' 1- V ,'i1l'fPf'f 5113-'y , I -r'i 1' "-'- in' Iv" 'I . f:"11"u":'f - '. '. . '...ff:f- '. --'n'rgQ7"fffQ'w1:. ' an S, -nngag 1. 1:-V1 ' 1 101:- ""77f 'G The ultimate in imagination would be to imagine our bandroom without its beloved Mr. Thompson. continuous striving for perfection. Mr. ohn Thompson For the many years that you, Mr. Thompson, have been a member of our faculty, you have worked faithfully to make the Band and Music Department worthy of the traditions of the school. Your place is high in the hearts of both students and teachers who have worked with you in this endeavor. As a director, a faculty member, and a friend, you have merited the respect, the admiration, and the sincere grati- tude of your students and school associates. We certainly are cognizant of the "extra miles" that continually keep you beyond the call of duty, and it is these "extra miles" that privilege the community to share in the enjoy- ment of music. It is pertinent that we voice the certainty that beautiful music is not born overnight. It is an art that developes, grows, and springs forth in full splendor because of the excellent direction that is afforded by men like you. Mr. John Thompson, our school is proud of you, we are proud that you are a part of us, and the exemplification- of one such as you makes it fitting and proper that we dedi- cate to you the nineteen hundred and sixty-one GOHISCA. Typical of Mr. Thompson's day is this Mr. George Trautwein Mr. Trautwein, we know you and love you for the inspiration that you are at GHS. Your presence is manifest even before we reach the Senior High, we are indeed privileged to reap the benefits of your leadership while students hereg and we are ever mindful of your con- tinued glow even after we pursue the richness of life. We know that the worth of your presence at our school is of such magnitude that we can not attempt to measure its merit. We do, however, extend to you the appreciation, es- teem, and affection of all of us who are better young men and women because of you. We have all sensed your loyal devotion to the Music Department and to the entire school, and we have witnessed and richly reaped the results of your many contributions of time and energy. Your earnestness of mind and willingness of heart are so evident in your active support of any school-sponsored endeavor that words do not properly convey our love and apprecia- tion. To you, Mr. George Trautwein, we offer our most precious gift-the dedication of a year of work, a year of memories. 42" To give of one's self, clay after day, surely merits reward A rare moment, indeed, is to catch Mr. 1 Trautwein as he relaxes. 5,53 U 1 ., "" 1? , ,PV , mwe64gg3nwWmm5 Qf, 1 fkmigm ' ,f-Lg,"','f.v,,Vl-i:'?f'Q ' fv5?f3'5.1.1"ff'.f3'fi"ffX-3. n...,.1, ' A' .Q J'-T' .wi V , ' I "K: '-'gm fi ff 14 swfffvafu. ,rf 2ff',e, QE wg r ,,'. 1-i,,f. I 1- W' ,ff ,-1,1 57, .,.,li .Q -I .,- " - 3 . x if-. 54,51 ."',"-V L'!n.f 1 H AQ' 4 .r :?kfZ""?r'., 31" an , ' ,3 V '- ,-Q' kt, , x fg . Src ' 4,43 ,any ,,iqi1'i4,g-4A .M ,, A W- V I 2,,.,NI-Q fl!-,fi:':-,gqgh Q, vrhf X 5. V lit' rl' .Av Y ,Tia ,,. - ,-g'P.L,W, f'b",'.' "' A- ' ' ,nz W -in f' w ' Wwf: e -- - n:.zrvh.5:h-'ff :A:f Q - wits: ' f5lfl5'5'- 1 'f ' 'i "5"7r'i- ' 'ff Q .u:"t5uW, M " 'I 7"5wJ1"-,:!"?'A- ,"v':.,f,. 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LJ I, ' P1 5.2 44' ' by 44313, Huff' 4. v'.:T"3""3'n'4 i ,r.'1M ' fi- Y rx?"-1 ,2fH": -b 4 -Q gim- ' f- - 2'-' '- . , Q ' , " .03 A -h -- 5 3 1 X , .Tv -41915 , Q-49.13 , 4 b Agvitjvg 1 Wig. ,-up f 1 ' , a 1 1, 'Q ' 'f' ' '. V I' 'A b L. Q ' 20" N- -.ig V I K -jg . ' A ' 2 N 'V - ,A x , , . A I - A f -. K. ' ' 'lf fwfr- it ,, . V. X 'Q - r Vx "-" . . fc- ' X ' ' .r 3 ' ' ' MX' ' 'mi '-'?f'? w ' X' mf" ' ' ' Q'5f7" , -1 K ' ' - 'dr'a:fQET 1 Y-, TOWARD NEW HORIZONS Times change and the world moves f steadily onward. Ar Goldsboro as day up- on day passes, our knowledge is increased 1, and numerous things are learned. We lV'1earnf,p,among other things, to get along ., Fw , .,, I .4 v..--, With others and to develop for millsglyeslrivtan adequate pattern for a suc- A' . . V W 1 iiifwifnfgfffiill r r f t t QEQEQSSEUIT and happy life. Studies and extra- 5 fl"'i 4 I . , 5 ,x , ' . . Vi fgurricular activites combine to make us 'jivellfrounded citizensql School spirit in ac- ,f-,. 4 .Rf '. , today helps to create the enthusiastic i V ftjftizens of tomorrow. ,IN , , 1 1"-N ,.1,- ,,. is r 1 I ff-.-,, , ,,,Vf.M ,, , . . , ,,, V. . ,lv flip i V times change' and aspirations f7.f1Tiff ' ' A pit ,N , , 1--. .,4f. 'Af YVN' 'v'. j I -I' W ffonder, our Alma Mater continues to 1 1 - , . , H V , W , I , loolitTOWARD NEW HoR1zoNs. i' '. uf WITHIN THESE PAGES Introduction. . Title Pa ge Dedication Theme Administration Superintendent Principal Board of Education Departmental. Features ..... . Superlatives Varsity Club Sweetheart Gohisca Queen National Honor Society Marshals Stunt Night junior-Senior Homecoming Activities . . . Student Life Music Organizations . Clubs Student Association Goldmasquers Publications Athletics. . . Inter-scholastics Intramurals Cheerleaders Varsity Club Classes. . . Senior Class Junior Class Sophomore Class Advertisements Directory ...... . ...1-17 . . 18-23 . .24-37 . .38-57 . .66-83 . 84-125 126-143 144-182 183- 195 196-203 iz Y C U u 1, + E F I1 3 ll P' . X2 K 1 N . S ' Charles B. Ayeock 1901-Governor of North Carolina-1904 Governors are very instrumental in the educational growth of their states. During his lifetime, Governor Aycock showed considerable interest in the development and promotion of educa- tional facilities in the state of North Carolina. Goldsboro, as well as many other communities, has benefited greatly from his high ideals and unusual foresight. Where Deeds, Make The After years of foresight and toil, outstanding men and women of this com- munity gave birth to a high school in the year 1885. As was true with many other ventures following the Civil War, progress of Goldsboro High School be- gan to flourish. There began, at this pe- riod, a slow, but progres- sive, awakening of educa- tion in the state. Due to such interest and concern, our school began to expand and progress into the dis- tinctive institution we know so well today. ' J 'GJ f- . X is 'x up v 'w he lla-fra ,., ,a wfm.,,,M WWI' Wi V f',il ff, ti ..,.. . .,, -.-. , . 'rw In 1914 this group of young people combined their time efforts and talents to produce Golds- boro High Schools first yearbook, the TAR- It was at this site in 1885 that Goldsboro High School had its beginning. At present these buildings and an addition erected in 1914 house the William Street Elementary School. The present Goldsboro Senior High School building which was erected in 1927 proves to be quite an impressive picture. Since that time, however, two additions, a gymnasium and a west wing, have been added. Miss America - 1960 When Lynda Lee Mead, Miss America of 1960, visited our cam- pus last year for the Miss Golds- boro Pageant, she was given a most enthusiastic welcome by our student body. For this reason, she was cho- sen to judge our GOI-IISCA Queen competition. I4 WNFR To be a part of GHS and to experience the life here is both rewarding and enjoyable. All events at our school become memorable occasions in our book of memoirs, whether it be an assembly, a magazine drive, or a graduation. However memorable, importance of extracurricular activities is not to be exaggeratedg for our scholastic goals will never be forgotten. ,, . . . We Look Toward NevvHf , a erness AndDc Through students and activities Goldsboro Senior High School moves to greater heights in educational 1 achievement and recognition. Our student body is truly A new height in journalism was reached in 1960, when Sandra Brown, former GOHISCA Editor, received both the GOI-IISCA and HI- NEWS awards. Sandy is shown as she ex- presses her appreciation to Mr. Eugene Rob- erts, HI-NEWS Advisor. 'lf .,,' i ., 1,11 l vw ABOVE: Our Stu- -1 dent Association is 'l forever trying to im- 't prove our school cam- fe pus. Under the watch- ful eye of the ad- "' fa visor, Miss Elizabeth ,l ,, , ,X ... 'Q """""'- Grant, the council 1 took as one of its 1 many projects, the Memorial Walk. GOHISCA Editor Tony Bowen looks on as members of the Executive Board look 1 over his plans for the new and modern 1961 yearbook. I ri justified in being proud of the splendid advancement W of this school. T Horizon ith Ho e, Dedication. To be a part of this growing and de- veloping institution is indeed an honor and privilege, as well as a pleasure. One would never know the true meaning of Toward New Horizons without experienc- ing the eagerness, hope, and dedication of students here at Goldsboro. Due to Stunt Night 1960 and its overwhelming financial success, the members of the National Honor Society were able to award a record number of scholarships last year. .1 r 'N ,,s,, . Puzzling over the prob- lems involved in setting up a Math Club, Miss Mixon and Miss Flanagan are do- ing their best to make this new organization a success. After serving GSHS for thirty-six years, surely Miss Ipock deserves the high praise she is receiving from our principal, Mr. C. W. Twiford. It will indeed be a sad day in june, 1961, when our beloved Math teacher retires. 4 1 x 'sw 'Q ' . if . E: ,, , c 4 -1: F' .. J.4'S:"" ?'i3'i9 S, 9: , 71, 1ff:'f"1f V' 5735 X w jVx2'z'Q l , Q 'Yin x ' 1 . V-.V. , VW,-,.1 z,1'...,x 5 '- 114- . gf-?,xX: , sg. 4'--+4 V1--Q-1 NST':1f.'fx'-. 3 :j": f- Vx-? ..5v:5' 71 T, ,gg pf,-, ffl- 4 . -V . . -. M V k , ,sl r ,6,.., 1 N .1 - ,14,f.V. HQ. : f M, ,gm , ,H f' if . M , ,swf ' f 2 it wifi rf,.,! gb,.i2'7,g.,'1'J ,154 1. va. V ' ,1f'..1' 1' f-ff H7 Zan ' V .Va , . A of v 1 .qf- - H.: My - E552 ,414 g- , r.,f,fJQ a ,JV ::f,,g55,i 1-i f P5164 1 if V ' 1, . .A 1 1 , ,. 1 ,V ' ,- , ,: ,. 1-. , 1 . 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'V ' , , 1, , n..VV m-V V ' 'f fr rf fx,-yy-',5f:f , 1, V , f K- ,sw- X ff ' , 6 W, 'ff' L 1 4 1 4 5 -aw ' , fe 1-4 .,- .:, . vf , -' r +1 I f ' ff .ff nw' 2,3iV'f5'J-., ', ' V .1 V V I 1 . ' - M 4 4 J I 1 ,fl f' , ffl ,. ,,J'6V 1, I 1- ,- 1 M V ,,, H f ffl-fi !f1"3iVfV:?f- :M-fmzaziwi Dr. N. H. Shope Superintendent When the growth of our schools' cafeteria programs demanded imme diate central planning in.1960, Mrs. Bessie Coalson was selected to su pewise and have charge of all cafe terias in the city system. City Schools Administration Guiding the entire city school system as well as the High School in an expert and efficient manner the Goldsboro City School Administrative staff en- deavors to advance the importance of education to the younger generation. Under such capable leaders as Dr. Nathaniel H. Shope, Goldsboro schools have made unlimited prog- as A. ress in almost every field of education known. rez- 2 Continually adding needed members to its already large staff, the Goldsboro Administration is looking for a much brighter future in educational development A in this school system. i Goldsboro 1 Active is the word for Mr. Henry Cole. Serving in the position of Ad ministrative Assistant, he is forever on the look-out for jobs that call for his assistance. Always helpful and efficient, Mrs. Blandina Webster has served the Goldsboro Schools for a num- ber of years in the capacity of Sec- i retary to the Superintendent. Also on .her daily agenda is the job of treasurer. .l ig W Dim: A. iifrirfia ii C. W. Twiford Principal The responsibility of keeping our school -the machinery of education-running smoothly and efficiently lies in the hands of our beloved principal, Mr. C. W. Twiford. Without his many efforts and ceaseless de- votion to his duties, this institution of learn- ing could never have progressed as it has. Goldsboro Senior High has always stood out in the field of educationg and as long as it remains in such capable hands, it will continue to do so. Senior High School Administration Nadine W Howell Secretary To The Principal Handling hundreds of duties both large and small Mrs. Howell is continually doing her share of adminis- A favorite of the teachers and students, alike, Mrs. Elsie S. Davis is constantly looking for news ways to improve our school cafeteria. trative duties here at Goldsboro Senior High. .lllxfmnrmlllllri 'MJ E I . . 1 Leading Citizens Compose Our School Q Bo i MRS. W. A. i. SHEPHERD 'A MR. ORRIS DUMAS MR. MUNROE IJ BEST ' 'At f"""-'-sf! ' Board MR. LLOYD FONVEILLE MR. LINDSAY WARREN f MR. HARRY ' Mum Goldsboro Board Of Education Consisting of nine outstanding members of this community, the Goldsboro Graded Schoolis Board of Education plays a significant part in the administration of the Goldsboro Senior High School. No matter what the situation, the best for Goldsboro is utmost in the minds of the ladies and gentlemen who constitute this school board. Each month, the board members meet, along with the superintendent, Dr. N. H. Shope, and matters pertinent to the education of the students in the city system are discussed, considered, and acted upon, accordingly. To each one of these men and women who have contributed so greatly to the educational facilities of our schools, we owe a vote of confidence and appreciation. DR. A. H. PATE, Chairman MRS. FRANK REMSBURG MR. THOMAS FRANKLIN .1 ft E at 2 . . i 1 'fa' ,' J V4-f. ,F , - L,f,:f,,,, X fi if F 3 a 9? A x A 1 , 4 , 1 Q , 3 w x zflvf' 4 ty . 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A.. .x.A...,.w0. yy .., vp, 4- 1,,.,,,.. ...HAM Q K. . . X ..- r , wx...,:.R,..,,,4-vu. .x,9..,x,.n .. A 4 Y -. x X , . '72-' jffw.3wgx .i?.1-3f:T'.'- fl-111-X15TyX'fkX5'L:15::i-:iJ-.i- - A xx'-: .ix .2 " ' V .' f-11. 'Ky 5'-11g,'.:4f z'g.2'.?QAy'--Q.-.Q-Bxlfijfgja 51'-" - . . . 1 W' gf N , 4 , . ., A , ml- w - " "X XS-'r.'1E'1' C-PTE? 4552 f . - ".:'-?1.:'f-.NM-' ' A -- - ' 'J ,. A 1. . . A - , . ' - . if . 1 . 'A '- JV ""' ' ' """""' A'-'W-'ff'-.--f -M .......,,...C lg... 4,4 '444,,,- ,-.,,,,,,, I 5 K I ,-:EQ H561 1,3 "'-xr tw' CHARLOTTE AUTERY BEATRICE BALKCUM CLIFTON BRITTON ELIZABETH GRANT MARY HATLEY T ELM English Department Tends To Spur A On To create a better understanding of our English language, the English Department teaches the students the basic grammar rules, as well as other essential knowledge. This year, pupils may take two hours of English since courses in Literature and Composition have been added. To increase the vocabulary of all students, to develop skill in writing and speaking, to stress correctness'in grammar and punc- P tuation, to teach appreciation of our heritage through literature are the objectives of this Department. Also included in the English Department are the courses in printing, radio, and dramatics. Mrs. Balkcum supervises as Phyllis Helms plays short story I it! records for the class and a student-teacher. ' 5 r Radio rehearsals such as this are held prior to the programs presented by this Department. i 4 Numerous reports' are given in Miss Hatley's English classes so that students may listen and learn to take notes. th, fi I A454 ,aim-,pf 'fn px fmffa. "eh-M-..-.,f aegis ELEANOR POWELL EUGENE ROBERTS ELEANOR SIMPSON DORIS WARD On Creativeness In Its Courses ' Printing, under the supervision of Mr. Roberts, is both an interesting and beneficial subject. Mrs. Autery and her students enjoy, quite often, the re- laxation of the li brary. Presently working on a Master's Degree, Mrs. Autery is a graduate of Baylor Uni- versity, where she obtained a B.S. Degree. She joined the GSHS faculty in November, 1959. Mrs. Balkcum, who is presently working toward her Master's, teaches five classes of Sophomore English. She has attended East Carolina College and Long Island Univer- sity. Advising the Reception Committee requires a part of her time. The Director of the Goldmasquers and a teacher of radio and drama, Mr. Britton, received his A.B. Degree after attending East Carolina College and the University of North Carolina. A well-known Senior English teacher, Miss Grant, attended Woman's College, the University of North Carolina, and William and Mary and received her A.B. Degree. She also teaches Creative Writing and U.S. History, but she still finds time to advise the Student Association. A teacher of junior English, five classes a day, is a newcomer to our school, Miss Hatley. She attended Flora MacDonald College and the University of North Carolina. She has obtained her A.B. Degree and is presently working on her Master's. A teacher of junior and Senior English and also US. History, Mrs. Powell, attended Brenau College, the University of North Carolina, and Columbia University and ob- tained her M.S. Degree. Advisor df our Hi-News Staff and teacher of printing and journalism tends to keep Mr. Roberts busy. Mr. Roberts received his M.A. Degree after attending Wake Forest College and various other colleges to do graduate work. Advisor to the junior Class and Latin Club and a teacher of English and Latin tends to require most of Miss Simpson's time. She is .1 graduate of Dulce University and received her A.B. Degree there. Mrs. Ward received her A.B. Degree from Meredith College. A teacher of Sophomore English, she joined the faculty in 1957. Charles Aycock happily works on a motor at the Industrial Education Center while fellow classmates look on. Learning to be a photographer, Charles Stafford, a D.O. student, is employed by O'Tuel Studio. Gaining Needed Experience Providing opportunities for students to gain the experience, which serves as a means of meeting day-by-day needs, is the main objective of the courses taught in the Vocational Education Program. With a great many advantages to offer, the Department is divided into the following programs: Home Economics, Industrial Arts, Distributive Education, Diversified Occupations, and a new one conducted at the newly formed Industrial Education Center. Students who select courses from these groups are taught numerous things one would not otherwise have received. Only a few of these are selling hints, grooming procedures, civic intelligence, and many physical skills. In Vocational Education Courses, Stu Wcxrking under the Distributive Education Plan, whereby a student earns while he learns, Kenneth Taylor is an employee of Weil's. 38' Og. I ' IB :. 53: 5: G5 9 la i 9 L ft , iz' , , 2 ,:. Q 'F 9211, atv., , joan Price, President of the Future Homemakers of America, busies herself as she completes her quarterly project, an outfit designed and made by her entirely. Nancy Stowe is being shown how to use the cash register at Belk Tyler's by Frank Southerland, an employee. AW X FLORENCE FAISON Miss Florence Faison attended Wom- an's College where she obtained her A.B. Degree. She joined the G.H.S. faculty in 1954. Miss Faison teaches D.E. and is advisor to the D.E. Club. ...L , W. D. MCROY, JR. A h fD.O.'M.MR, h attendgglc Igiilge Univeiiityf East Cliroxling N "' i 'A College and University of North Caro- 7, i"' 'f lina. He obtained his M.S. Degree. .ig A CT . t lp., an pllkv . iil 'il' A These Home Economics girls are busily preparing foods for the teachers' meeting held here in October. RUTH SHINE As advisor to the F.H.A., Mrs. Ruth Shine attended the University of North Carolina where she obtained her M.A. Degree. Her classes consist of Home Economics. 'Q' LLOYD STEVENS Mr. Stevens, a teacher of Industrial Arts and Mechanical Drawing, received W M ,k his M.A. Degree at N. C. State College. ' Q ',-d"""""' iw . Q Continuous Strive For Accuracy In Business Procedure Playing a vital role in the over-all curricula, not only for the business-minded student but also for the student desiring to advance his education beyond the high school level, with the primary purpose, of training and preparing students effectively for any practical clerical or stenographic position is the Busi- ness Department at Goldsboro High School. With the aid of three certified teachers, four Typing I classes are taught, one Typing II, two Bookkeeping I, two Shorthand I, one Shorthand II, two General Business, and three Business English classes are taught. Assets equal Liabilities plus Proprietorship. This fundamental bookkeeping equation is learned by all first year students. All Are Recent College Graduates Miss Clayton obtained her A.B. degree from Meredith. She is presently working on an M.A. at Ea'st Carolina College, but she finds time to advise the Calendar Com- mittee and the F.T.A. Advisor to the Senior Class, Mrs. Williamson is a graduate of East Carolina College. A business teacher, she holds a Masters Degree in Business Education. Mr. Williamson, a teacher of Business English, Shorthand, and Typing, graduated from East Carolina College where he recently obtained a Master's Degree in Business Education. Among his numerous extracurricular activities is the advisorship of the Gohisca Staff. MILDRED CLAYTON BETTY WILLIAMSON I. K. WILLIAMSON A-HQ, 'Uk .,.. ....,, , , . A i f P 5 l l Typical of a day in Typing is Annette Davis as she cleans her typewriter. ,---"ff : ,,,.- fn Dspi dents them lon NL Der. An office practice student, Diane Carter, prepares WUT? the mimeograph machine for use by a teacher. '45-f?" ALMA FIELDS PAT GARNER JOSEPHINE HAJJAR A new French teacher, Mrs. Fields, graduated from East Carolina College and obtained her B.S. Degree. Among her numerous activities, she advises the French Club. Advisor of the Spanish Club and a teacher of English and Spanish tend to keep Miss Garner busy. She graduated from Guilford College and received her A.B. Degree. She is presently working on her Masters A graduate of Le Lycee Orthodene de Damascus is Mrs. Haijar. She teaches French four periods a day and is also advisor of the French Club. ,paul . The Study Of Foreign Languages A Develops Culture Endeavoring to teach foreign languages, the faculty members of this Department keep these aims in mind: To hand down in turn to their stu- dents a comprehension of the present, to help the students understand themselves and the world in which they live, and to aid them in preparing for a democratic way of life. Numerous extra classes and additional courses have been added to this Department as of this year. Included in this category is the addition of a course in Spanish II. 'M ','f,' ji f'-,",ITi'iff1g' 'i ,I - I v T 1-- f4g.a'i..1 ' KJE,..'iJ,f -L Mpiiguu U 'P -vf T. TU --N f ,- far-..,Li1f.J , , .Q Latin projects are done annually in Miss Simp son's language classes, Here, the Roman Empire is being shown and various places pointed out to an interested student. Linda Summerlin explains the imaginary bicycle tour she took in France, via books, road maps, and library materials, of course. Playfully, Haywood Gillikin and Miss Garner decide which record to play. MARTHA FLANAGAN JANIE IPOCK INA MIXON Math Teaches Us To Think Seeking to explain the magic of numbers, the Mathematics Department offers General Math, Algebra I and II, as well as Algebra III, Geometry and Trigonometry. With the aid of three full-time teachers, the Department endeavors to stimulate interest in and appreciation for mathe- matics as a basic tool in every day living and to stimulate a reason- ing attitude which will be of benefit to the students in every walk of life. E11 ff' 11:1 Gj r Y T . iig u, ., rn , r ' 4 ALC?" ua 1 1 Miss Mixon prepares a bulletin board illustrating "Math unlocks the doors to . . Three Excellent Math Teachers , A teacher of Mathematics and advisor to the Math f i , Club and the Varsity Cheerleaders, Miss Flanagan 2' ' attended East Carolina College and received her B.S. Degree and is presently working on her Masters. f A graduate of Woman's College and a receiver 1 " of the A.B. Degree, Miss Ipock is known as an out- , standing Math teacher and also as advisor to the Mar- shals and the National Honor Society. Teaching Mathematics and being advisor to the Sophomore Class requires most of Miss Mixon's time. She obtained her B.S. Degree from Guilford "" ,i in A 9 M 0' - qv t " ,ft 6 li 'Mani L Ou their stand to UH Nami Creat will f ln aid ii of Bi lla tt r, College. 'P' Science Department Aequaints Us With The Scientific World Our Science Department endeavors to help its students find their places in the living, growing, and changing worldg to under- stand and appreciate the interdependence of plant and animal lifeg to understand and appreciate a man's total dependence on Mother Natureg and to help the students find their relationships to the Creator of the world. In so doing, it is hoped that each student will find his proper place in life. In addition to the three certified Science Department teachers, aid is given by Mrs. Charlotte Autery, who teaches three classes of Biology. With the aid of a delineascope and a student's talent, pictures may be projected on the wall of the room. ' ,Q afavgm 1' H1 'av .aff-'.1tsag5'1. 'gtgp f .iflikeit i '4j'zr73iiffS , -1 amy- ,521 Xmas TIP"-rx Walker Nolan looks on as Dean Gurley and Corrinne Pate conduct a Physics experi- ment. Mr. Markham explains to Tony Bowen the precautions one should take when doing experi- mentations. ELIZABETH GILLIKIN Mrs. Gillikin obtained a B.S. Degree from Woman's College and an M.A. Degree from East Carolina College. GERALDINE JONES An outstanding Biology teacher, Miss Jones, attended Meredith College and now holds a Masters Degree. She advises the Biology Club. EXCELL MARKHAM As a teacher of Physics and Chemistry and advisor to the Sci- ence Club, Mr. Markham holds a full-time schedule. Mr. Mark- ham attended the University of North Carolina and holds a B.A. and an M.A. Degree. ili 'Z 'ff' s 5, 'il 'iiiL"!:f" '- '7 ,riiwiivih g,q,Q ,QQ-it i4f"""'4 RACHEL HOWELL SAINIUEL JOHNSON WILLIAM SANDERSON Social Science Informs Us Of Past And Present Q , .fs 19" -anna? CLYDE WHITENER EUGENE CAUSBY Miss Howell graduated from East Carolina College where she . A obtained her B.S. Degree. She teaches World History. Mr. Johnson attended Kings Business College and East Caro- lina College. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree. Mr. johnson teaches U.S. History, Algebra I, and Sociology. Mr. Sanderson teaches U.S. History and Driver Training. He graduated from East Carolina College where he obtained his B.S. Degree. Mr. Sanderson also coaches the baseball team. A graduate of Wake Forest College, receiving a BS. Degree, Mr. Whitener teaches Sociology and U.S. History Mr. Causby, a graduate of Catawba College, received his M.A. Degree, just recently. He teaches World History and is Head Football Coach, Panel members listen as Mike Stroud leads them in one of the frequent discussions held in Sociology. Sponsor Mock Election Our Social Science Department functions with the ultimate purpose of teaching its students to understand the problems of the past in order to prepare them to live in their present environment. A famous philosopher once said, "To know nothing of the past is to understand little of the present and to have no conception of the future." The faculty members of this Department, in co-operation with the Student Association, sponsored a "mock election" during the presidential campaign year, 1960. One purpose for this election was to teach the stu- dents to think for themselves and to evaluate what they see, hear and read daily. 34 Miss Grant watches approvingly as Ellen Lentz explains a poster, the state of Delaware, to her U.S. History class. This illustrative bulletin board is being explained to Miss Howell and her World History class. .i""""Mi Hour after hour, day after day, our Librarian is faced with the task of straightening maga- zines. The library, of course, is in constant use. The library is a place of relaxation as well as interesting study for students like this. Library And Guidance - Essential Parts Of The School Essential to the entire student body are the Departments of Library and Guidance. The Library, which is a depository of all the accumulation of men's knowledge, is most efficiently run by our school librarian, and is aided by the Library Committee, Club, and student assistants. Not to be forgotten is our Guidance Program, which is headed by Miss Margaret Kornegay. Serving the entire city system, as well as the high school, the program strives to strengthen and enrich the educational opportunities of school and community. E .,xx,x-wffr' , fr. Miss Margaret Kornegay helps Elaine Bartlette, a senior, with her prob- lems, as she helps any other student. MARGARET ERTEL Our librarian and also a teacher of Library Science, Mrs, Ertel still finds time to advise the Library Club and the Library Committee. After attending Salem College and various other colleges to do graduate work, Mrs. Ertel holds her A.B. Degree and her M.A. Degree. samsung? s . 73 MARGARET KORNEGAY l As Guidance Counselor to G.H.S. students, Miss Kornegay has a full schedule every day. f- She has an A.B. Degree from Duke University .Y A and holds her M.A. Degree from Columbia University. . 'WN K ,QI-e' 4v"""" Thompson, attended Appalachian College and holds a B.S. Degree. JOHN THOMPSON The Director of the band, Mr. GEORGE TRAUTWEIN Mr. Trautwein, who attended Westminster Choir College teaches Choral Music in the high school and other parts of the city system. The Devotion Committee is ad- vised by him. l G U I l n E if 'sr Little jobs like these are most important to the teachers when report card liz: l time rolls around. "Testing . . . 1 . . . Music And Rhythm Add Color Offering a varied program which attempts to meet the needs of all persons interested in music, the Department possesses two excellent teachers, Mr. George Trautwein and Mr. George Thompson. The entire Music Department, both choral and instrumental, in co-operation with the Goldmasquers, is working extremely hard this year to present, to the public, "Oklahoma," for- merly a Broadway production. I Both the Band and the different choruses have greatly contributed to the enjoyment of Goldsboro High students. It is indeed a privilege to be able to experience the color and pomp of precision marching or the enjoyment we would receive from performances such as Pinafore" or various com- munity concerts. Preparing equipment for daily M use, as well as special assem- 5 blies, require much of teachers' time. Both the choral and in- strumental students combine their talents to see just what they can come up with. 36 OUI' D. t. LET Sail llll lhj if M1 lflrnr PWD! ligmmi mt safe CHARLES LEE GERALD WHISENHUNT Developing Our Skills In Physical Education Recreation is a basic human need, it is a spontaneous expression of childhood and a necessary realization for the well-poised adult. A student taking P.E. learns not only the skills of the sports rhythm and co-ordination, but the rules for good posture, health, habits and sports- manship. Proving that there is not all work and no play in gym class, students continue with their fun even with the photographer around. M 5 , 'N f--I A graduate of East Carolina College, Mr. Lee joined Q the GSHS faculty in 1960. He teaches P.E. and serves M, ,7iff',"7f"A as coach to a number of our teams. ,gi l V x ""' ' it After graduating from Catawba College, Mr. Whisen- Wil' . ' ' ' - r" 7 A is hunt received an A.B. degree. Serving as Assistant ,, f '- .122 u ia Football Coach and Track Coach, he teaches Math, Al- 5, 1 ' KN -4- ' gebra, and Geometry, in addition to P.E. x A f ff' . , f , - ix' ' f JV, ' If 4 I 8 B lx W if . f pk P , 5 g ...... 1 . 1 ,Q l aw ,,-.a- 'vaif n " 1 .f Daily P.E. classes begin occasionally by lifting weights Alertness On The Road With the ultimate purpose of developing the students' ability to operate automobiles safely and efficiently, Drivers' Training at Goldsboro High School is taught in two phases. The "class- room" phase, taught each morning, is under the supervision of Mr. Sanderson, whereas the "behind-the-wheel" phase is taught during the summer by both Mr. Sanderson and Mr. Markham. to keep in shape. Sandra Alford, un- der the supervision of Mr. Markham, learns the first im- portant steps in learning to drive the safe way. .Aw wavy' Mr. Markham and Gale Wilson picture them- selves driving around town in a make-believe car. Purpose? 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W a I 1 W 'W W W ,VI W 'W W- W E 'W W 13, Fa WW W' ' W W W WWfWW1 W',1 :W Wg 3, W1 Wi ,W WW Wu WW a j W Wg W I 2 3 W QW W 1 W ost Popular E 1 JANE WARD cw ww-5 2 WSW z 3 5 sf STUART CLARKE Qs 'R .,,.... -,,,mmL37g H-'uf' " Best Personalit NIKKI WILSON BRAD WEISIGER 1 Cutest ANNETTE DAVIS HAYWOOD GILLIKIN Best 0014111 CORINNE PATE ""A' ,,,.---- ui 4 Q , w in-V A u ,,--- ' 1 ' 'f ,X if , , vr is S ' x ,,..- , - f 01 A o V u- 1. v ' x ' f i l Q A 4 1' 1 1' 'Z v 1 W 1' P K I O 5. K. C. GURLEY C S Z AW. 47 Ai ittiest NANCY COLLINS TOMMY WOOTERS I Most Athletic DOTTIE ELLIS HAL STEWART Friendliest JUDY KEEN 5 5 1 JERRY KEEN wi Best All round VICKIE O,TUEL 1 " WALKER NOLAN 1- ! V 54 am , C Z? w , A f , 'T T5 ll, MISS VICKIE O'TUEL 1961 Varsity Club Sweetheart Vickie O'Tuel, Head Varsity Cheerleader and a favorite of not only the Varsity Club but the entire student body, was selected Varsity Sweetheart on the basis of character personality, beauty, and service to the club. .1 'HW Q fr . iv. . AN n' xi , 1 .-fr ,- v-3,1 iii .. , , ,x U . 'ii . 4 1. M 2 Q sivvlv, if' ,- . fl- X "hs P V QQ, 1 arg, f.Mr,,r if .5 "ii, "Hi ,g,.-, ffs , 'bcfifffjf I' ni: Q 1 A. " A - A' if V-:' I 'Q i t l jf: V . I' "'-.N ' HW," ' H li'---g., .,..f. Y I 1 ' A . Mi " R ' '1f , ggi ., og S In the fall of 1960, the GO- Y. , ,s g F Q .gf rr, Q L4 ' 4 Lai. kr .gp . nl' ' v,, A. 'TJ' gt . ,a ,glcils chose the semi-finalists, which fxiincluded two girls from each of the fithree classes. Portraits of these 'fllovely young ladies were sent Ato 5. ,... ,- 'Y J, kv C :, .. . KIM ,, flu ' -'.,, , i 5. she selected the GOHISCA Queen .1 I, E' H If 'f .,. , if iff. . A 1 rg. af f z .K 1 x 1 , X 'N fi il ,' n,. 1. ,, V 1 -,.. , . Ei' . ' K W2 fr, , " n S gr Q 15 - l S' 6117, ,- jf , , Sli V N i , "1. .II 1 ha 4 ' , rj Pl " 'pi 'fc ,' P , - sl , ,. ,P -1 lj' it up 1' " , .wx . , . 1 1- if ' i 1 i A rr, 1,3 rat, 'y" 1 f 1 ,she chose a Sophomore to represent I-IISCA Staff sponsored the selec- - ,tion of a yearbook queen to reign over their festivities in the spring. 'Beginning with one girl from each of the homerooms, the class coun- Miss Lynda Lee Mead, Miss Amer- ica 1960. judging on facial beauty alone, for 1961. From the remaining five, the Sophomore Classg a junior to represent the junior Classg and a Senior for the Senior Class. 1' siir Present The 1961 ,I lx, . J 1 V' Z!! " - feffpf 3 1 . f "'3f,f5,7 , fu fl - . 1 .. 'Y-Vf. ' '-r'VT"'f ,I r' Gohisea Queen Miss Karen Moore -x 'T' ,Y I Hg R' y Vi, 4' iifii Qi ,gs in is -1 9 3 5 -M x M 5 i 'fwulf viii Av? 3 14 +5 - 115' ' dip 1 g ff vf?,1 11 REX EEE TEANLEQYFQ E E E E i1HANAfHW5E A , 4 E. . ' w SECRETARY NIKKI VJELSUN ESECKY EAR TUNY Ev'UV,7EN WSE-PRESIDM-mr ANI I 1' ,P 1 ,P ix! 'FTP 2 p 1: 4.14 ..-.LJ +dUEU+W4'y CAELUE TURNER q 9, .Z I, EEUU ELLA MQEHGNF-V V .-.J-1..z . W, 0 T , PAEQADEHT KATU JD L..,,U. ,.--.f,,.-E-, n, ,Yw, -,M-,A qvx if ,-A .,TfWC:,,f.E nfl ,J , ..,... .. mn ff1LL.1, 1, MAE l.ff.-J.,l.f.., . if Y -'- 'f f fx1A'N '- HV -fp-'l EP ' Fwxgm NJAQEJLQJLE W6 x 'X fl? n Dr'-,-'1'1 HWY. HQNILJUZ QQQPHQLEU L7 ,jf W EQ fT,Q2f f w"I', ' 59 if' A N f' QQ ' ,'.. 2 A ff! Y ru ff A .,V! R, M.. if V A W H M W A ,W JANE EDYWARDS W EJ' ,gijf MAZZELEE 5511, ' NJWFWfWXiW xiii? EAT SEM: LY H E ' JANE VVAELD Nl E,E EDWARDS 4,'4 4 'IE' .'-- A X V. I EE-TDS AV I JENNY ELLIS CHIEF RANDALL EDWARDS FIRST ASSISTANT LYNDA HARE SECOND ASSISTANT 57 II Scholastic The king and queen for Stunt Night, 1960, were Walker Nolan, king, from the class of 1961, and Fran Garris, queen, from the class of 1962. Their attendants were Cy Campen, Borden Parker, Bill Shirley, Hank Brown, Kathy Morrison, Sue Fox, Jane Ward, and Rosemary Thompson. ,MA - Recalling their first days of school, the 1962 class pre- sented their stunt "School Days," Found in the forest among mushrooms and match boxes, the class of 1961, disguised as leprechauns and pixies, had their feast. a at Ziff we vera, gy 5 552' fd-4 M Qdgrilvw .4 s QQ? M i'7'T al A . 60 d igg, fzsfa gxggygg . 1 fm, ' 1 ?yf 41. 474, ,f,,f455?f .. 1,,..-: fu f 'A-, , 5 A -1 nf.. E -. . rv ' . . f f!-g,,. 3 1 H 5 - Stunt Night - Most Successful Ever! Stunt Night was begun in 1950 for the purpose of raising money for scholarships to be awarded to members of the Na- tional Honor Society upon graduation from Goldsboro Senior High School. In 1955, due to the growth of the scholarships, students other than N.H.S. members were allowed to receive help if recommended by their teachers. Over 33,000 was raised for Stunt Night this year, the most in the history since the be- ginning. Each class presents a stunt graded on participation, neatness of scenery, and the plot of the stunt. Much enthusiasm is shown by each class as to who will win seats for selling the most tickets, collect the most money, win the king and queen, the song, the stunt, and most of all, Stunt Night. NJ 28. Winning the stunt, the class of 1960 is seen portraying their future by peeking into the crystal ball. Students begin two weeks before Stunt Night, selling all sorts of necessities to raise money. This money goes to- ward the awarding of scholar- ships. f 1' ,,,..,,f - 2' 1 jf ff? I I! f q" ' In W 'iii ' W M. - Junior-Senior - South Pacific Success On May 6, 1960, after weeks of planning and "hard work," the Class of '61 entertained the Class of '60 at the traditional reception and dance-junior Senior. With the chosen theme, "South Pacific," the juniors began, and, in the end, were repaid by the success of the endeavor. Complete with a name-band and exquisite decora- tions, the dance was the huge success everyone was anticipating. Festivities did not conclude with the prom, for the fun, the excitement, and the gaiety continued throughout the week-end. 4? Ava' The Tiki God, which was characteristic of the junior-Senior theme, sat peaceably and reigned over the festivities of that memorable week-end. People, people, and more people were on hand to see our "South Pacific" come to life. ., 0 'Fl .:1' .. ' i . a-5, setmwf 0, - 4 -f "" ' t H " A - Q diff 'X 9 Q 2' 'fr N, i as f A , X f t :'::r::.:- N r ,J , . nw 1' 3 .,,. W 53 Lt JZ? 'Q '..' ' f 'w' ,, ":- 5-,f?"'fA.' X 5, KX v Ou li NK 's,..ff..kAWf . s ix t 1 f at 3-lr 1 3 Z .l 1 1 , af f t X? az . 5' 1 " -In ' There were millions of final touches I to be put on, the day of the prom. How- ? ' ever, everyone chipped in and had a "blast" Entertainment such as this was applauded cnthusiasticllly by the huge crowd of students and teachers attending. Headed by Gale Wilson, a member of the present Sophomore Class, the hula dancers becamc one of the highlightsof the evening. After weeks of planning and hard work such as this, the Juniors, Class of '61, presented the Class of '60 one of the best Junior-Senior Proms ever. V 'ft ine, 5 4 N 4 Making plans for the big event are Karen Moore, Nikki Wilson, Jenny Ellis, and Pat Griffin. gre' r-,Em Tag :fr CT:- F59-5 v-:D- I K2 'Tl 2.3 RQ-3 Efsm Simi P-V-.fb FEE :- O5 BOD ag: 3 S 37" LL.-. SO S -FD O FZ' ig-. H054 D' tm 53'?f'v mo. K4 .-. QOYPD 5552 lfbro WP!!! "Cheering up a Victory." .5 3 if ?ii ff? S , 55 Bonfire, Parade, Football These Are . B-E-A-T KINSTON was re- peated by the excited and en- thusiastic crowd at the home- coming game. The Earthquakes did their best to swallow up the Red Devils and came out with the closest game of the season. The alumni were many of those that yelled louder and louder as game time ticked away. ,Vg 15' 5? GHS -' 1960 95' ,WISH Qi M H K c,' if J 4: fy MH. 'ff 1-, 4 , , sf, 'S V 513- . " , 'P : T' ' -by sv- w,fv.?s ,fggiflf KX fm A-"' M, JF , Ng E Q, . 'L '-2 , i+,'fn,,,gg,s fb 4? '+4.+3H5g2h?,?cm ' t I 1 134 , ,1 ! A , , if HU " ifiw.-x5u,fw"f-3.3'2f -QWWQ 'M' ffiyfi' ?54fl,'g? 5,1 Qin:-f I 3235 fw? .. ziggy 1, . f , 'sa' , 4? NVQZQLQQEL J A W T in , WV 4... x nj Nf I 5. 1 l 1 lg DQ? L These Are The I I . 1 s 'K ,ffffffff Oh yesl, we took mid-term exams back in anuary, and naturally, study was constantly one of those "time-takersf, . . . . During the hustle and bustle of activities, we remembered the pleasure of giving to those about us in need. Thanksgiving baskets were prepared and distributed to many throughout the commu- nity. Then came the seasonal basketball, the ,Christ- mas social, and the 3:30 bell on December 16- Christmas Holidays. At 9 o'clock, December 28, we were happily faced with the annual stunt night project and began plans to raise more scholarship money than ever before. . . . P tw' And The J A ii ' ,--Il if :Z wfi A--W.-..-...,, . - ,L X . WXWJ1- , -. 0 . A 3 4 e 1 x ' 7V si! ffw-mm. , ,, iggpigffww vw, W I 'sl Q 'z .f X? 1 A Q5 .!' NWS.. is ,g V: M f,..:"- That We Call Student Life. ,ga '. 4: ,...' 3 5 t 14' .! ,ww A,,. 4 - 1 - I fl - l A i Cha1lengingiAnd Growing Chorus Strives F01 i Meeting each day as a scheduled class does, the Goldsboro High' School Mixed Chorus is frequently called on to perform at different school, civic, and community functions. As a result of -'all these participations, the name of the Mixed Chorus has grown through- out this area. The chorus has become known as a very hard-working, disciplined, and talented group of students. A concert tour to neighboring towns has been planned for the spring, along with the presentation of a big musical. K i- Rx A Q For Esthetie Development - .....4... ' ' . MixedChOrus 4' :ff ,iff 1 fi ,.1, ', Wil:-'g 312'f'.jfQz321'-1, H 521 ..r,,, . ,Ufy 'vga 1 LQ 9 S 5 Q Q Q, QMS JI 4' of ' gh gg , Yx K i x ffm? - in 5 I Q X 5 , ,.....f ..- s I E if Qs ' 'hw WY Migeon Helms, as Josephine, and Z. R. jones, as Ralph Rackstraw, find that love levels all ranks. In "Pinafore," the part of Buttercup was taken by Danielle Gouvert. and the part of Captain Corcoran, by Bill Shirley. ll Student Casts Present The year 1959-1960 was a big one for the Choral Department at Goldsboro Senior High School. There were two major produc- tions given for the community. In Decem- ber, 1959, the A Cappella Choir gave three outstanding performances of Gian Carlo Menotti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors." The following spring the Mixed Chorus followed suit with Gilbert and Sullivan's Pinaforef, This operetta was re- ceived with much acclaim. The principals from "Amahl" were Danny Shepard as King Kasperg Bill Shirley as King Melchoirg John Murphy as King Balthagarg Charles jarrell as a Nubian slaveg Bill Snypes as Amahlg and Mazzelle Sykes as the Mother. A Cappella Choir constituted the student chorus for "Amahl and the Night Visitors." ff9,E9,a Q A ?"'Jfii:n4 5' fa: 5, JA, .6 ,g ,Wyn- GO1dSbO1'O Sch 1 00 S fl, X, jOHN THGMPSON Direciur ected musician that he is, Mr. john Thomp- munity for the exceiient work 1 Being the :esp son is noted throughout this com he has done for the Goidshoro High Ban 80 d, Randall E d wardS, IJ! Liczzlpuvun Dem, Y S utton, 2114 Liezffwmu W 1 . f " ' ml 'X V -If x. Q Long, drawn-out rehearsals such as these are the reason for all the recogni- tion that the GSHS band groups have re- ceived. Athleuc Events Are Brightened By Marchmg in sim. 'a ' Displaying o u r K 0 ' Q" i 'El . . gl Ni, 5 colors with pride, , . yy! A are the Flag-bearers, C a r o l jearnigan, . as if Grace Hales, and Me' ' " yy Marlene C a r t e r, ' ' members of the I 3 ' s Marching Band. 'A l Ji it 4-. , v. mi , "" T Q s - if an ,. ,., -, Fa., s 1 3.1 N- J .f 1 -Q' 3 ' i A X 1 5 I ' 4 'Swim wg Q ' I X 'x if sa "N g, 7? Band 'NE ff y -. K J ws, In August of 1960, the Goldsboro Majorettes brought honors to the school by winning second place in the State Majorette Contest, held in New Bern, North Carolina. Our majorettes are Marlene Gurley, Headg Libby Conley, Assistant Headg Faye Broussardg Carol Carriereg Annette Davisg and Linda Williford, Linda Merritt. The newly formed Dance Band has made a great deal of progress in becoming known through- out the community. :I V, , 4' ,j ' .. 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V Q-v',g,,' -wx-,Yu .- 1 X V X Z: '. 4 1. - 1 X , 'AQ' fx Vf .WX JM: 5 6 '-1 ,iefgsfwl All 'Vf5'J5 'Q wi' if, f. A 21 5 ,, I 5? ' z , fi M ' ff ' ir f 1 1 f :,ff.Q'f ' a . j" ' fl- ' 5 QQ' I f I f, - f . ' 7 ' "' pf"-',, 1 Gu , ,- ' , fzilg-' ff .4 -11 " 1 ' ' 'N vm 'ani .4 , , .1 ,ws wwf!! ff! , f A IAHIJNS, I , X A f' 42 4.:Qif.'z J-ff J 1 W , V, , ,V LLL ., 'rj :3..A-Izigigliffjv ', J , X ,ffwfx bfi , 'A r "qykg,4i,12Q ' f,.,'A'f, A ,fw y ' 1 A , K f p 3 4 1 . President, Ann XX'illiamsg Vice-President, Lynda Hareg Secre- tary, jane Edwards: Treasurer, David Gurleyg Advisor, Mrs. Fields. and Mrs. Hajjar. Wi' Y i 5 1 i , 1 l ggi? ir Mr. Evans points out historic landmarks of France to interested members. With an inspiring desire to know more about the French language and customs, the members of the French Club are progressing very rapidly. Due to the interest of the club's two devoted advisors, many different and interesting meetings are held. One of its annual projects this year is the pins ordered for its members. Le Cercle Francais was organized in 1947 to further the - stud of the lan ua e, ideals, eo le, and customs of the Le Cercle Francals counytry of Franci. lglembershippis Ilimited to students who have made a one in any one quarter of French. Members rder Pins For First Time 'x N, Grganization Begins Its First Yea Through the interest of the Spanish students md the leadership of the for the first time job of organizing, countries, customs Math Club ,.. Dreams Of The Advisor Become A Reality After many months of dreams, the planning of Miss Martha Sue Flanagan became a reality. This newly formed club has as its purpose the encouragement of students tc study and participate in as many math courses as offerec at Goldsboro High. Due to the enthusiastic interest of the club members and their advisor, it is becoming one of the most active organizations in our school. Each one of the club's members is a chartered member of the GSHS Math Club. i 1 If of s President, Robert Davisg Vice-President, Sally Raulstong Secretary, Carolyn Harmong Treasurer, Brenda Mantoothg Devotional Chairman, Robert McKenzie, Advisor, Miss Flanagan. Drawing up the club's constitution proved to be no easy job, but an enjoyable one. 1 -4 E. l La. -I L1 l fini N President, Tommy Kearneyg Vice-President, Randall Ed- wardsg Secretary, Lynn jordang Treasurer, Harry Taylorg Advisor. Mr. Markham. Mr. Markham and students examine new equipment. 235. i ff 3+ E K c f 3' if V JQHWN l Begun under the supervision of Mr. Excell Markham, the aclvisorf the Anthony Blysalq Memorial Science Club was established in 1958. With the purpose of encouraging students to become interested in Science and to study as many Science courses as possible during their high school career, the local organi- zation opens its membership to all students interested in Science. On numerous occasions, experiments and observations are conducted by the members. Science Club Members Hold Key To The Future F' Flin t A F.T.A. members plan the club's trip to the state convention T . fp"'9 in Greensboro. President, Giles Lippertg Vice-President, Sandra Deatong Secretary, Lynda Hare, Treasurer, Edith Moore, Advisor, Miss Clayton. One of our more active clubs is the Future Teachers of Amer- ica. Having a number of guest speakers, attending state meetings, visiting various schools, and other important features were on the agenda for this year. Though one of its objectives is to give the interested students a chance to gain experience by substitute teaching, the organiza- tion has not been able to do so as yet. However, the plans for the near future include assisting teachers in the lower grades, therefore, giving the students a chance to get the experience they l need. l l a .... .Z Future Teachers Of America all Students Attend FT State Convention , dem L W . L in ,.,, li "XZ V 'Z 1 ,Mg ,. ' 4 L'2.lf3l- ' 1 ' V . f . V 71131. , K-Q A 1 i f MSS? Q if rg in 55 . .. - 43 4. -i, rs g A Q Q Q , ,Q iv if ' ' i, ,V i .2 Q A A A I. 1 Latin Club Students Publish School Directories Since the organization of the Latin Club in 1947, it has con- tinued to progress through the interest of its numerous members. To teach its members to take an interest in Latin, and to teach them more about early Roman customs are the main objectives of this organization. A V- 4 Z 4 wifi I it i The Goldsboro Latin Club has many plans which it is carrying out. One, is to become affiliated with the State Classical League and the other is the traditional project of printing and selling stu- dent directories. 4. n ls ,President Difky Baddourl Vice-President, Bon- nie Noelg Secretary, Sterling Thorntong Treasurer, lUdY Bennett: Advisor, Miss Simpson. Students learn the Pledge of Allegiance to our flagwin Latin, of course. 9l Library Club I-an Local Member Is NCHSL Prexy To increase pupil interest and participation in school library workg to promote better understanding and co-opera- tion between local and state high school library clubsg to attract high-type pupil library assistantsg and to arouse in- terest in the study of librarianship as a profession are the purposes of the local and state library organization. xx 1 1 ' 41, f- l if ff l .fail ef M WWW, ,,V,, ,i A i , ,, 1,5 t ' y 3 The local club, which has progressed a great deal in recent years, is privileged to have Nikki Wilson, one of its mem- bers, serving as President of both the state and district NCHSLA. p4 ff, Nikki Wilson, a Senior, corresponds with state members of the NCI-ISLA. President, Bonnie Carmackg Vice-President, Peggy Lassiterg Secretary, Gail Stevensg Treasurer, Wanda Gradyg Advisor, Mrs. Ertel. U C Piesi cum: Bobby milf: ADH Ex 'S-71 'uv 0 4 SENIOR DIVISION OFFICERS: President, Betsy Ov- ermang Vice-President, Bobby Freemang Secre- tary-Treasurer, Margaret Ann Edmundson. SENIOR DIVISION The club officers engage in many interesting experiments such as. this. ,Biolo gy Club Established to provide many additional opportunities and ex- periences for students interested in Biology, the local club was or- ganized by Miss Geraldine Jones in 1956. In 1959, due to such an over- whelming membership, the club was divided into two divisions, the junior and the Senior. Field trips have played a large part in the Biology Club program for this year. One that proved to be very interesting was the trip to State College, in the fall. Organization Begins Second Year In Divisions JUN IOR DIVISION JUNIOR DIVISION OFFICERS: President, 'lim Vin- son, Vice-President, Steve Clark, Secretary- Treasurer, B a r b a r a Klapthor. Future Homemakers Of America Members Are Host To The District Rally Nl, IN' -1' I 2, J rs' I , s l 4 V tr gla- E viffilm ws 5 .- .5 j,w""f'gQ?i,1 QS as-.,,,,.4+"' DF AMERICA , " -J ,L Girls display the F.H.A. banner. Working together toward a better understanding of home and family problems, the F.H.A. has been very active this year. Planning the big district rally held here in October required much of their time and efforts. Also, there was the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet, Poppy Day, and numerous other projects that were very time-consuming. The local organization was honored by having a local girl elected County Vice-President. yu "iid 'y ,s President, jimmy Pollotkg Vice-President, Joyce Starling: Associate President, Patsy O'Nealg Secre- tary, janet Peltg Treasurer, Iris Riggsg Promotion Editor, jimmy Lambertg Advisor, Miss Faison. 9 l tiff' , u E B 'EP T ' 'Y ' XV it xglifiaf ' J 1 I D.E. Students learn selling approaches by the aid of fellow students. Organized in 1939, the Distributive Education Club of Goldsboro High School has trained several hundred students in salesmanship on a part-time basis. The organization is com- posed of members who desire to broaden their knowledge of the business World. At the district and state meetings, in which Goldsboro has been a part, the local club has been awarded numerous honors in the field of distributive education. Distributive Education Club Students Earn While They Learn it dr 1 M A ,f. 62 5 yy !Z151 3'l?f I9 Q J ,A , ,J a,:ff:"' li 5, , N Wi A f 'G . ' aj ,.- , ..',,s an fe, Q Q K' Q, W I Student Associari n ,312 phumw' Wt ' f,1z:,"1 tiff' ' " iz, - ff -gy jg , . " fm, X 4 . df f if 1' ,, , X S "Fx','5' K 5. ' X f 41 , f 2 ffw If , ,, Rm 7' H' ,iw 2 ' aw ,jf fi , I ' , aff , fix: ' 55g,,,e::Q'- Q -wwzgig.,-1 .,,g, ,,, .... ,.,, , ,M ' f g,,,,j W uw' If F . 13,5 ' 4 U 5 2. N ffacg 3 . ff I ' Qi , V Z ., K 'M r .. ' " X 1 ' M" W' . ,:a1, ,5 2 . A pation In School ffairs yr Student Assoiiitilstioln Almighty I3,l.tlICI', Author of Truth, Wfisdom, the Great Teacher of us all:-Let us be awareyof Thy presence-and obedient to Thy will. Keep lme' true to my best self, guarding me against dishonesty in purpose and in deed, and helping me so to live that I can stand unashamed and unafraid before- my classmates, my loved ones and Thee. Pro- tect those in whose love I live. Give me the will to do the work of a man and accept my shareiof responsibilities with a strong heart and a cheerful mind. Make me faithful to my duties and mindful of the traditions of the school of which I am a part. If I am inclined to doubt, steady my faithg 'if I am tempted, make me strong to resistg if I should miss the mark,' give me the courage to try again. Guide me with the light of truth and keep before me the life of him by whose example and help I trust to obtain the answer to my prayer, jesus Christ our Lord. Amen .1 1, 'fn 7 99 '..Xf T 1. Student Association fticers f was 5 'hi AF' in xml E Y W W 9 V . . Q I P I ' 1 -w COMMUNITY SERVICE: Betsy Overman plans her committee's project with Mrs. Korneagy. ATHLETIC: B. R. Ward and Mr. Whisenhunt put away athletic equipment . A. Committees . . Through its committees the Student Association is able to function properly. S.A. committees build the framework upon which all school activities and mechanics operate. 1 .ff ffi"'!' J x 1 SOCIAL: Ellen Lentz and Betty Summerlin, with Mrs. Shine, Mrs. Fields and Miss Garner, test punch. CAFETERIA: Lynda Hare and Mrs. Davis arrange a decoration for the lunchroom. we 'Qi' ' !' 1 i J' QV V 'Q' " 1 5' 1 5' X, 'i Q V'.4 an -- , 6 f may RP W f ' 1' O sq, wa W ,, I 4 BULLETIN BOARD: Sally 'Raulston puts finishing touches on bulletin board. sa, 2 Mm- W H- sz Q, f 1 ,M 3 Nm 'x Y o . . . Funcuon Expert PARLIAMENTARIAN Stuart Clarke prepares himself for a report on parliamentary order. S s RELATIONS: il: 1 I 5 GROUNDS: Tommy Wooters LOST AND FOUND: Hope Jessee L I and Mr. Sanderson plant shrubs. and Miss Howell check the found W articles. S - .N V5 DEVOTION: Lou Ella McDonald and Mr, Trautwein plan devotion. I02 :. ,rv CALENDAR Tony Bowen and M155 Clayton schedule the monthly actxvmes LIBRARY o Ann Zambelll and Mrs BOARD OF ELECTIONS: Ann Pa- lanzas and Charles Pratt count votes of mock presidential election. RECEPTION: Mrs. Balkcum assists jane Ward and Brad Weisiger in pre- U paring for a reception. ,, tc D . f I VISUAL AIDS: Tommy Warren and Miss jones ready the projector for a movie. . Student Chairmen And Faculty Advisers. PUBLICITY: Carol Turner and Mr. Rob- erts rcad stories on S.A. activities. I04 CHEERING: Vickie O'Tuel, Sandra Alford, and Miss Flanagan practice cheering. ' t , sz 5 1: 4 s I-.a-n E 5 1 x 'ff' . I My I. lt , s '2 I. x l off? Azfwf Y X irkzff' 5 'f Student Association . . . Each year the Student Association of Goldsboro Senior High School sponsors a number of activities that help to make it one of the most active in the state. This governing body has a number of very active committees, who, in addition to the council, are con- tinually looking for ways to better the school and community through its activities. Sponsoring a foreign-exchange student is one of the greatly missed activities of the S.A. However, the '60-'61 council has worked diligently to "re-spark" the student interest in this exchange program. Plans are at present that the Student Association will sponsor a student for the coming year. ft 5 flCl'i2IlllllTl'- 5 IQ.. 6 , 4 Our traditional magazine drive is also sponsored by the Student As- sociation Macon Remsburg and Steele Dewey look on as Louis Franks shows them the many prizes available for outstanding salesmen. Many trips such as this are taken by members of the council who serve as delegates. f-N -49 Q., ,., si iff A N' is k WV V Q ,. W' f H -W A . A --M Q W: 56 pil.. F, X A' 'E' M ff-"jf-9 'mix' I ins, ' 5' ..,aQ.,,,. 4 . -.f,.,.Y -.S-fp-5+ M9' .sa - --W Again this year, the S.A. Council decided to create interest in the beautifica- tion of the rooms by having a contest with the Christmas decorations. And again, Miss Simpson's room was in the top three. Mrs. Williamson's room took first-place honors. Authorized by the council, the Calendar Committee was in charge of getting Christmas holidays extended. Chairman Tony Bowen and committee member Diane Carter were not too successful in their efforts. In the Spring of 1960, the Student Associa tion, in cooperation with the administration decided to award and honor students who excelled in scholarship. Due to this concern of the two groups, scholastic "G's" are pre- sented to persons who make the honor roll. . . . Is Gne O Most Active In State. IO6 1 N 3f'. - 1 Gddmas -A 1 I 1 11 I .H iw, - 4 1'f,'.'1,.-'-W, 215137.-' 'I :fn 1 2111 nos V 1 dma sql C1 llCI'S f e Theat r For Y 2' , c Z f if 'N .- M' 'fs M' 'V 1, B Z gg., . J f f f- 4 ' FZ: 9 :M . Z r , X .1 1 2 184! ,, 4 , 5 ' 1 f 0 5 if f A2 I f f .JZ f Q v i f z , V Q , L 5 Y! X Mr. ccB99 QR fm- . i 5 335: Goldmasquer Heads fX Mr. Britton, our director, is loved, admired, and respected by everyone who has ever worked with him. His work during the past nineteen years has brought fame to the Goldmasquers. This fame is important to Mr. "B.", but not so important as the young men and young women who have passed through his depart- ment. Each has a special place in his heart. Y A ' , 'b Q f 4 Q,Qi'K.i 1 ' WB A af- J, MA .cr 1 The Minds Behind The Curtains Q President ,, .i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , Gene Howe Vice-President w.wV e,,e,i Langhorn Bell Recording Secretary .B Edith Moore Point Secretary .,i,, io,, L inda Williams Goldmasquer Board Composed of the officers and the chairmen of all committees, the main objective of the Goldmasquer Board is to elect new members who have met the necessary require- ments and to carry on any other business which may come up. In order to be eligible for mem- bership in this outstanding theater group, one must excel in dramatics and have earned a minimum of twenty points. Among the-board's achievements for the '60-'61 year have been the improving of the point system, the purchasing of a new sound system for the radio workshop and audi- torium, and the sponsoring of the selection of a Goldmasquer Queen. - Present Show Time E ,wif A! E 'ff vs! -f , I Q A' W. - ,I iff , f ' 6 . t , gg A . , rw, Q ' 1144 , -W ,,, f Q. . ,.q,,, 'Q Q, ' 1 -J ,Q ,, ,M VU, ' ima g ' A 35 17'-f S ify ff ,Maw xy. 2 f M QM .wwf Mgeifawq. .A . ,M s X v 5-X 1 ,W . 'iaffwl fd 1 1 f ' 5 ,,. ,yy . , K. Y, , V: 1 f' N ,Q . jx, Z .gg wx w 4.4.4, .. .' M ,a'-mx if .Q hx M' X 3 if 'if ,?x 7 f 2 , if A fgiiis 4 E 4 e ASN 'fs MQW Ze KRW an if fy A N .4 9 5' Q 5 iff A 's af 4? fi Z X401 X 43 A fx f Q6 if 2 253' 1' X M 4 K 'u 11155 :Qi N15 W' . . .. wg: ' ' . 75 V, 2 . .11 53525 ' y N, ,. V, I l'tl2e e e 11 I f If ell 1 : l i I 1 1 u 5 l I ,. AWN:-45 1-ls, Ai. Applause . . . Applause. . . And once more the curtain falls. Show Time has passed in rexfue .i leaving behind in each open heart a token from the theater . . . a specialgift forf those who laugh and cry with love. V 4 , The vast emptiness 'of a deserted stage speaksifor itself and tells the story of those who make it Come to life. Lights . . . Music . . . Dancing . .' . Drama . . . All fade away when the final curtainfalilsy and the last person steps throughithel SlT3.gQ'.d'QO'I'f.,',',l'.',iV, , Show Time has passed our-'way oneef-againg I there is no sadness whenyshe leaves forivsomewhere . . . sometime . . . somehowf '. .'sheywill1alppear again, in all her glory. Perhaps tomorrow iinlgariother place. at another time . . . wiihiidiffefemgfaeesf.and different smiles, the curtain will riseiifory , , . ,, ,N ,, . f , I fl.-, ' ,i, I3 ' Y .,-M ffm. sv. , I j . 3 1. sl 1 ' "? ii 4. 5 ' tie l e ii .J0iyAL.,,, "Man, you are more powerful than He is." This is indeed a memorable scene from "God's Test Tube." w Drama Provides Entertainment Written and directed by Mr. Britton, "God's Test Tube is the most controversial script ever produced on the Golds- boro Senior High Stage. This fabulous production is the story of God and his problems with man in'an atomic age. "Towards Zero" has every bit of Agatha Christie's full- pack thrills. This thrilling mystery, set in England, has its triangle-murder and the suspicions point to all, with only a few clues to consider. Yes, this "Who did it" is a typical Christie play with all its tense excitement and surprise ending. Truly, these productions, and others, provide many hours of entertainment for this community. , i if a , ,V Q' il y , 5-lx 4 "I know they will take my son and tif kill Him." 'iw ii 7 ' "God gave to Moses, the Ten Com- ? mandmentsf' "YC job wi Best A God's Test Tube II4 H.. J. ii' , ug. ii" nj I' fd, 3 5111! y I' S H "'-I A'i'v'2 e I' O "You didn't think I'd come back, did you, Audrey ?" Brad Weisiger and Corinne Bridgewater did a superb job with their parts in "Towards Zero." This was evidenced by their receiving the awards for Best Actor and Best Actress. "Are you coming, Neville?" Jenny Ellis in the part of Kay, the second wife, did one of the greatest acting jobs that anyone has seen in a good many productions. "I couldn't have done it." Both jimmy Vinson and Langhorn Bell were suspects in this thrilling story by Christie. lj W If l lf? ' 1" ' ii' 1 -v K, . E A1,Q, I If 1 sz i A 4, ,gil 1 s t Beihiiid The Scf " 9 A", 1 i': r A 1 iw-1. P' fl ' 4 .R Mk! y '1. lx, 1 , 1 ft ,X Z1 'fd . ' 4' 1 - X v 1. ! . 1 .r ',, LUV? 11V t-.lil Sym 1 wa G H 1,111 5 1 1,N ,1 1 , 1 1 1 ' 1 A, is V, 1 9' , W. 4 1 ,fu .' "' M 'EA , 'W 'K :fe R u Q A Q I 5 lf 1 4 if s 3 ik Q 3 f E V 1 S 3 5 ig I Ziyi A 53 P Q ei if T 1 5 Among the students who work on the scenery . 1 for the plays, etc., are Sally Raulston, Rita Lynda Thompson, Judy Farris, and Nancy Collins .1 Allin. llrld Linda Ciillfiwlly. i are often seen as they prepare costumes for the various , , f ' produftions. 5' -I 1 i , .fl 1, 1 ia .laix y 5, , K .,8,'zWz - Q ' ,Wye 1 1 g Q24 i 1 e ,"1 'tl . 'X fi' 1 1 Y 1 f,, 3 , 1, 1' 1,f : if TI 1 win 'ti 1-1 we I - , v 9 ' 15,5 l 1, ' if ! ' 8 if. i iff .1 11 2 1 4111 isa- Ks' Z V . q 1. 1 V' , I , 6 2 3 1 1 14 Y i L, 1 ' l 2 1 ' ' ' - , 1 11 1 , ' I V XX' I 41 Q. W X ' , ,. i i if 1 21? l a 1 1 l E fhdjrlw l 1 Ike 1 1 1 . 5 t I 3 ' The Goldmusquers Floorshow quite often takes to the 1131, AJQQ fi fllgld to entertain il number of groups in the community. R 21 " . if 1' f l if gs Hgfizkif f11!,,...'A' 1'1 il w we 7 , 1 q ' 1, t he . W 2, Key people in the Make-up De- , e ' W ,f v k . . R ,T 1Qjf5'ffQi,??1,g.j i f 1 1 partment are Penny Harrison and ,, tt .11 cw., ' , 1 w M- 315, ,1 if L, A. Meyers. , i' f 3 1 ft-li! il' ' ., 3 ' ' l '- l if 7 1' gif 1 1 V t : e' 1 Q'5wff'lfv1'afe 'A t l, ' 1 3. v,'.n,3..'1,?1r z,L7f.'. 1'la 1 A ,g' , , A 2 ill, . . . 1 . 1 , f G ' 1 l ' , ' , 4 .X Q ' , .i , 1 , Q . 4- . , . . - fs r P 'f ,4 l . 4 1 ' , . Q 4. ,, f,,ew'- ' 1l.,i"3 l Q ia alll! r lm 'S I if ' li12?'?fQ'l ' iifiiilg IW i1'l1f.'f2i,i!:2i , 3 A' ii ' 11 1 1 X E s X L 1 i is i if i xi S 1 2 ,, 0 x I i i I ,rg Wzkrznwa X a 2 r ' . , .. ' 0 . K t Q 2 , .'1i2-.rm-2'24w2. J, Fairy f, - , . ,, H f as 0 . N ' ,. ,I f.4.fu,2AM, 4 f f, ,I . , ,:WvMf1'ae X ' 1 , wavy V 1 , ws rj , 1 6 XE A I ' ful. ' I il A f'vx" W 'f ok O ? I i 55 iiL:rM i Q ings 1 t Y l ll 1 i r 1 ra 5 Q1 UI . M i s rf .. 1 . fi? fflif l'i"i .SLE 4 4 at A vi lid ff .t . 3. r 4, i, J. D. Henry and Albert Morris take an active part in building the sets. ,lx S , , 4, fi H r 3 ,i .li ' , . i 1 6 3 ff Mi My f . I xv 415, gm, llix A ll . k,'l5'2f'i -i 1" Z Q4 Kwai? ig' ,x ix v ' l ff.f:fa fa' l 1 Q 1,5 Z xx',fl!1.5 T A VL :"' ' Ai' i. i " - ' ,r-.f,+.riz.i.f , Ml, ii . Nl .V ,wifi f -. if: .f 'I , - If-, 3 'siiilzill 1. F,!, Q, ' 5 l-'iii' llllwiy. ,', .. ,L f ' ' - 5' J' 'yliu v' .x iff -5 'J :.,!, 5,8 ,l ,, if N . , f -f i. A ' lx. il gi' ,Kr ". A! I V' .4 4 1 5 X f i '. ' ' v X y .15 , , , 11.111, WW, 'ir' y ' X . br H, K Q- AIS H ,rg Wlth aff lf E if . I if 4 I f' i ' r 1 if l 5 5 Z Qi 5 X 5 2 2 , i i I f Here is Mr. "B" as the Goldmasquers are familiar with him, always striving for perfection. 1. f' , 14.17, 45 -L ,z ' A Q ' v lx iff 5, if -fi 1 : .i', ' 1 !'l 5,1 ,hifi .U- lr' 'ul' li 4. Y , ,. ,,r" f .Hr Taping thc soundtracks is one of the largest jobs handled by Julius Pelt and Mike Avery. . 1 1 11313 4. Y. 1"f"rv Jean Burton U H., gig i ul ' mm R Rf fl in i TU N A a K I , Goldmasquer Queen Miss Carolyn Love Your majesty-This is your empire with all of its charm and magic. The stars lean down to kiss you with the graciousness and kindness that is only befitting a queen. The moonbeams dance along your pathway as you assume the royal role of The South's Outstanding Theatre For Youth. Your title is more than a name. You symbolize a living spirit born out of faith, friendship and hard work. Goldmasquer Queen-There is a mystic power in your name, for the highest art is always the most religious and the greatest artists are always devout men. Into the soul of your subjects he breathes his life, and from their hands come fair articulate forms to bless the world. May God bless your crown. Francine Garris Penny Harrison Susanne Bunch 1 ub11Qa1i ns Tony R. Bowen Editor-in-Chief After serving as Departmental Editor as a junior, Tony was selected, on the basis of his merit, as Editor-in-Chief of the 1961 GOHISCA. Many tireless efforts and much supervision and planning on his part have proven him well-qualified for this coveted position. nj, ew.-, ANN WII.I,IAMS BUSINESS MANAGER Handling all problems efficiently and executing her buginess affairs in an mn Macon's job, in addition -to assisting the.editor duly manner have Certainly. made Ann gras the huge task of compiling andnpreparing the A great asset to the GOHISCA Staff' irectory, a new feature of this years book. GOHISCA . . . For the thirtieth year, students of Goldsboro Senior High School have had the wonderful experience of capturing in pictures and copy, the memorable highlights of their school year. I feel extremely fortunate to have been given the opportunity of editing your yearbook. The year 1960-1961 has been a hectic one for the entire staff, and needless to say, there were times when "other things" had to be forgotten. We were forced to concentrate solely on our 1961 endeavor. To the numerous persons who have been patient with us and who have been instru- mental in publishing the 1961 GOSHISCA, I am indeed grateful. As the last pages go to press, I begin to reminisce over the many yearbook pleasantries--forgetting forever, the unpleasantries-hoping that our many combined efforts will be the source of pleasantly reminding you of your year at GSHS. -Editor 1009- f. BETTY SUMMERLIN-SECRETARY-T0-THE-EDITOR, CIRCULATION MANAGER Capable and efficient are not nearly adequate enough to describe Betty as she serves in two of the more important yearbook positions, that of Secretary to the Editor and Circula- tion Manager. MACON REMSBURG, Afrimznz Ediior LYNDA HARE, ADVERTISING MANAGER Though assuming her duties under.a hand- icap-beginning late in the year-Lynda was certainly responsible for the record ad sales. QP? V SALLY RAULSTON, ART EDITOR to help with the Athletics section. i r 4: 1 DIANA HULSE. Z. R. JONES MUSIC EDITORS This section, which has increased in size, has been greatly improved by Diana and Z. R. who are both in the music department. Wbk r GALE WILSON SOPHOMORE EDITOR Joining the staff for the first time this year, Gale proved herself worthy of praise for the many hours she spent on her section and for the "extra help" that she so willingly gave. TOMMY FRANKLIN, S.A. EDITOR Tommy, who joined the staff as il Sophomore, was in charge of the Student Association Coun- cil, Committees, and activities. This section was also lengthened for more complete coverage of the S.A. and its functions. fix . Is Published For Thirtieth I - MR. I. K. XVILLIAMSON, ADVISOR been said that "behind every successful man, woman." Witli a few changes-"behind every editor. there's a man like Mr. Williamson"- we can make the phrase describe our advisor. To him we are extremely grateful for his many services above and beyond the call of duty. It has there's a successful I j Q-q Mr. ?!?l5?arif,,1'3 -LIT" N-Q-.Q-Q LINDA FREDERICK, ELLEN LENTZ. JUNIOR EDITORS Their contributions of time and energy were well-re- ceived and helped to make their section one to be proud o . JUDY KEEN, JACKIE TROUTMAN SENIOR EDITORS Those hectic weeks of wor- rying over pictures, student activities, and correct names will always be remembered by hard-working Judy and Jackie. Sally, who did a great deal of art-work, served also as a Miscellaneous Editor. She- was often called upon to run errands, set-up pictures, and in-ww-...... 5' -Q- 'F--. HARRIET TAYLOR FEATURES' EDITOR JANET DALY, STUDENT LIFE EDITOR A fine example of the new book - -ft N , 'T' ' -an Q 4 X is the Features section. Harriet was con- tinuously. busy with her. section and I, is now Justly proud of xt. I :lumi- S77 ? , I DOTTIE ELLIS GOLDMASQUER EDITOR One of the best sections this year, is the Goldmasquer's. Dottie worked many weeks, but her efforts were rewarded when she Janet was in Charge of the completely dif vlfwffd the fmished product' ferent Student Life section which is a com- plete coverage of the school ear in a ve dif- Y FY ferent style. . Year B Students And Capable Advisor. VICKIE o'TUEL, JANE WARD ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS Club pictures, their purposes .and aims, and their activities were con- stantly on Vickie's and Jane's minds throughout the period that they were doing their section. We feel that this section has improved greatly. ln.- .fm ELAINE BARTLETTE, JUDY MCLAMB DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS Covering the academic side of GSI-IS required many hours of plan- ning and writing as well as taking the many pictures that were needed. Judy and Elaine did an excellent job, of course. JUDY MERCER, AD SALESMAN Judy, as well as the other staff members, had the chore of selling ads to members and firms of our com- munity. Raising the more than 31500 required a great deal of hard work on the part of Judy and the staff. High salesmen for the drive were our Editor Tony Bowen and Junior Co-Editor Ellen Lentz. 1- K Tony R. Bowen Harriet Taylor N01 Pifllrred: Becky Parker ' Betty Summerlin Linda Summerlin Rex Teaney Janet Daly Elaine Baftlette Ann C, Matthig Marshal Lonclenberg Ann Willianis Lynda Hare Betty Roberson Judy Mercer Frank Wilson ' . . Tommy-Franklin Ellen Lentz Carol Turner, Judy Mclgambf ' Robert Hacldeni uill and Scroll Membership in this "International iHonor Society. A' For High School"journalists" isiopen only to juniors and seniors who are in the upper third of their re- spective class, scholastically, and who rare, recom- mended, by the advisors, to the national' secretary, on the basis of their achievements on the publications' staffs. l Each year, it is customary-for the society to enter- tain the new members at a banquet. At this timei pins are awarded to them. i W i i 1. K. WILLIAMSON i ' E. L. ROBERTS Adzimr and Ilmzofufiy Mc'111bt'r' Adl'f.1'f!J' mid Hmzmzlry,'Me1l1'15t'l'4 lik ' 1-f.-..,,,,h' 'N 'ku-4 I - .Lg"gki.!-- ' l1f'?z?'i' :73l,!gla is1i'5:1w . un Carol Turner i Hi-News Prints ilts One of the few schools in the state to publish and print its own paper, the Goldsboro Hi-News is well deserving of the praise and awards that it receives. Classes are held each day for staff members. At that time, they work diligently to publish Goldsboro Senior High School's outstanding school paper. In the spring of each year, the staff members, along with the yearbook staff, have the opportunity to go to New York for the publications convention. Each person that goes is eager Editor Serving the paper staff in its highest position, Carol Turner has surely proved herself capable of the many duties in- volved. BECKY PARKER CIRCULATION MANAGER Becky's main duties, in addition to other paper jobs, are to handle the circu- lation by distributing papers to each of the classrooms, u to point out the benefits of the convention. l 1 19x 'as i '21?tT?e'721"'t" 1 M ff if ,J X 1 W., Ns- , cam--N.a.,.W MARSHA LONDENBERG BUSINESS MANAGER In addition to serving in this ca- pacity, Marsha operates the Hi- News shop. My . , if 2 1. ? J-- if . i X i A s ANN CAROLE MATTI-IIS 5 ADVERTISING MANAGER l r' A great deal of work is involved in her almost ll' daily problems, but capable and efficient as she is, I they never go unsolved. il TZ!" -urn' "vc Its Own Paper E Members of the ad staff who are continually working to finance the school paper are Rex Teaney, Jan Rudy, Betty Roberson, Carol Turner, Ann Jones, and Jenny Rose Seymour. Reporting the events as they happen are the duties of the reporters-Sterling Thornton, Joyce Garris, Kent Thompson, Dottie Ellis, Jane Ward, Judy Mercer, Linda Summerlin, Marsha Londenberg, Judy Malpass, Harriet Taylor. 5 1 I l fi It s 7 Q S 3 1 1, Huw, 'OH' zo: 'Twig 11 21 552: as zs 'FW '9t2D'21,22z 2 zvzsvzsaoan i z s 1 5 9 1 s Q - is Eg ig ii is ig E1 2 30 an za za aw za -.gjwff i- QE: ffsfufwilef 5 st V::.i72ll3fl4llSilgEL? -l I 2 f 2 . 2 Q' . im"-sv.,.,,4 5, f -.ss-Vw ,, ..,.- MR. ROBERTS ADVISOR This dedicated man is surely re- sponsible for making the Hi-News the outstanding paper that it is. ,Z in fx fi FRANK WILSON AND ROBERT HADDEN PHOTOGRAPHERS Getting the pictures and prepar- ing them is a huge task, but the photographers always come through. I25 'fp' A L - . 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Mn- 7" -' Jan-Y Sinhun r 1 i , f V Q ' N . ' I A Vkfgijf. 4 This fall, the jayvee football team underwent a disappointing season, as is evidenced by their playing seven games and winning only one of them. However, the score isn't always the story, and the Baby Quakes showed steady improvement. The potential that all these boys showed during the ,6O-'61 season should make good material for future Varsity editions of the Earthquakes. Baby Quakes Are Hope Of The Varsity Junior Varsity Football ,I--le Nl-' it ,M -I Th to 65. Bi been the h In sells mans new -am. show Raith them Th hzghi losses fltslh lradh offs' This exciting game with Kinston resulted in our defeat, to 65. Basketball fortunes skyrocketed once more, as has been the custom in the past for the GSHS cagers, under the tutelage of Coach Charles Lee. In times of Winning and in losing, which was very seldom, our Varsity team showed enough desire, sports- manship, and stamina to rate among the best basketball teams of eastern North Carolina. These Quake cagers showed early season wins over conference rivals such as Raleigh, Fayetteville, and jacksonville. Each game gave them bigger hopes for that coveted championship. The Baby Quake Cagers were also blessed with a highly successful season. With many wins and very few losses, each player played with the spirit, fortitude, and desire that has given the j.V. Basketball Team a winning tradition. Jayvee And Varsity Cagers Begin Season Scores vARs1TY G'b0ro O jacksonville .. Kinston cccccrsr Washington as Washington Kinston .,,.,,,, jacksonville .. Dunn .u uscc., c. Wilson ccccssssss Wilmington M Rocky Mount Durham .....,.. Dunn ,,,,.,,..Y. Raleigh , ,.,,, s Fayetteville .. Wilmington s Rocky Mount Durham, s Wilson, s as Fayetteville s Raleigh .,..i,,. Our basket for two additional points 7 fb.. , Q - , 45 '91 2 l Q f B x 1 i , 7 l P i I - by f J 4 i 2 A i 4 . ii r . it 3' l s .-'. - li ' . . 5: ii uis . e 5 I 2 ' ' 4 l -.fl A . . -3'-f My l l V 5 i T J ' .fs I it . I 11 rg , dm E 1 ' A ' Q. 4-an l ash ' Y 1 ' F'-' 1 1 R rr Y A ' , ,V Kr. . -E 3 AV 'V , Q MW i i 'o 1 V' 1 t . l 5i,,,,AiN"'n' " " t 'y naw" DAQ: ,u..,l...,,,e ig ...K . v l 1 . 1. li 3 -4 2 1 '...,.! I - .,.. ..a ..,.., ,.,.-g.s..- 7 f.V, .... l I Members of the junior Varsity Basketball Team are Hank Dowling, Gary Ridgeway, joey l MCGroarty, Gerald Littleton, B. R. XX'ard, Bill Starr, Doug Sawyer, John Diviney, Larry L 3 Phipps, and Manager Bill Capps. l . itll ii' il i i l lim l ti if ! 5 i e E .5 ii? Ei l l '32 Enthusiastic crowds like this deserve some credit for the many wins of our athletic teams. . . With' Scores L JUNIOR VARSITY G'b0r0 Opp, 39 jacksonville .reee .,,,,,,, 3 6 43 Kinston .ee...., ,,,,,,,, 4 5 i 44 Washington . .. ..,,..e .29 48 Washington rreee ,..,.. . .20 47 Kinston .,r... . ,eer.,,. 28 62 jacksonville ,eeee ,,ee,ee, 3 7 50 Dunn ,rro........ rssri,,, 3 7 56 Wilson .,e,,rrere ..,,e.,, 5 7 51 Wilmington ,r...i.. .. ,.,ee 36 37 Rocky Mount .. .. ee.... ..25 60 Durham ,rrrerr. ee..r..r 7 0 l 54 Dunn .. . ss4,s,, .28 50 Raleigh .eee.,,,.. .,.e..e, 5 9 45 Fayetteville . e.., ...,re., 3 4 I 36 Wilson ,..,.Y,,,r err.eeee 3 4 48 Wilmington eeree eeeee.r. 5 5 41 Rocky Mount ..,... ........ 3 6 56 Durham ....e 6 ...74 85 Fayetteville . .. .52 y 43 Raleigh .. .. .. ...... iso I ' , 1 Q 5 0 M I 4,4 '3'M 5 s 5 3 1 E F Q ,sf asia EMJXJ LJ H N I 5, 'ns' 1 i fl 5 , ,fy'Q.," ', 1961 Baseball Team Included on the Baseball Team are-Front Roux' Bill Starr, jack Probeck, Danny Butts. Danny Southerland, Wayne jones, Steve Kearney. Middle Row: johnny Koonce, DeLeon Sasser, Bobby Powell, Mike Parrell, joey Franklin, jimmy Bahen, johnny Coley. Burk Rauf: Coach W. C. Sanderson, Cooper Howell, George Newsome, Wayne Bailey, Eddie Gomez, Hal Stewart, Don Brantham, and Coach Gerald Whisenhunt. Looking Forward To Record Year With cries of "take me out to the ball game," the Goldsboro High School Baseball Team will begin its '61 season this spring. After enjoying a satisfactory season last year, we have reason to expect even better this year. Coaches "Sandy" Sanderson and Gerald Whisenhunt are training their boys to bring us many, many wins for this upcoming season. In addition to returning lettermen, the 161 Baseball Team has a number of potential star players. Pictures indicate that the coathes really have good material to work with. i 1 1 Ulil 1 l " l -sa " 2 '- j 1 ' 5 f 4 'Jn l l Z ., """"-M" . 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'Ng .',"fv by 5 ' kr.. , 1 3 , -sag? , ' f:?'b.,zi1QQQy 2,135 5351, 1 1 'N ' ,L ' , , '7 S ' . f.-yryflvj W X ..-----""N W V 'li' X4 ' 'D iii 5 C i K f 2' 4' A .I .134 3 ".Q 1 .. : 2 li"'ii 1 Golf Team members are Dann Tractenberg john Parker Bobby Freeman Harry Muir, Steve Clark, john Miller, jim Griffith, Tommy y , . , . Wooters, Walter Miller, Frank Wilson, Parrish Blair, Bobby Baum, and Bill Reauwein. Hi h Ho es For That Once-In-A-Million Hole-In-Gne .8 I3 Though the golf program is relatively new at Goldsboro Senior High, it is growing by'leaps and bounds. A record number of boys went out for the team, and under the capable leadership of Coach Gene Causby, an excellent season is ex- pected and hoped for. For the most part, the golf games take place on the Golds- boro Golf Course. Returning letterman Bobby Baum putts for a "birdie," Tommy Wooters demonstrates his "driv- ing" skill to fellow-teammates Frank Wil- son and Walter Miller. l35 Members of the 1961 Tennis Team are Bobby Barbara, Harvey Monk, jimmy O'Twell, Ray Stallings, Ronnie Davis, David Howell Alan Weil, Kay Stallings, Tony Worrell, jimmy Whitmer, Lindsay Pratt, Buddy jordan. 1 Local Team Boasts Of Championship-Winning Member Buddy Jordan congratulates Lindsay Pratt on a - match well-played. ll l, l l Tennis team members Kay Stallings -and Alan ,I Weil warm-up for that all-important game to fol- ll low. lf 1 l Orchids to our tennis team for presenting us with a no-loss record for the '59-'60 season. The team has gone undefeated for thirteen straight matches. Our own Buddy Jordan won the Sandhill Invitation cham- pionship this past summer, and Alan Weil and Ray Stallings t f were semi-finalists in the North Carolina State High School J Doubles. Members of the student body, as well as the tennis team, itself are anxiously awaiting another successful season for '61, Pole Vaulting, The Discus, And The 100-Yard Dash The track team, coached by Gerald Wliisermhunt, is looking forward to a successful spring season in 1961. Pole vaulting, the 100-yard clash, and throwing the discus are all essential parts of the track teams activities. Interestingly, a boy doesnt have to be extremely tall or heavy- set to enjoy and to make worth-while contributions to the track program. The representation that this team makes for GHS is highly esteemed. , P! ms 'f f..f,-mfwf-,aww A Ricky Dunlap demonstrates pole vaulting to Wnilker Nolan and other team members. XS , W,-If ,, t in frwll f?r??3f'fqw'M. 'a . f' 'W-fir' ' - V ' 5' ' fs .' X - . . , ' 'T ., 4 fi25Q'a,:-.i.-aft' s. 4 ' . c V. T - A -. . . , Team members cheer jimmy Deason and Vlfalker Nolan on to a Victory. Firrf Rouu' lily Derby, Giles I-lPPert. Jackie Kannon, Coach Xlifishenhunt, XX"alker Nolan, XX'arren Wfalters. Middle Roux' Bo Henderson, Harry Null, Bobby Watkins, Ogden Parker, Bill Lane, Billy XX'ade, Frankie Grant. Bark Ruzv: Ricky Dunlap, jimmy McLawhorn, Charles Zubarick, XX'arren johnson, Ricky MtLawhorn. jimmy Wluitmer, julian McMillian, jimmy Deason. Co-Captains Stuart Clarke and Rex Teaney demonstrate. the more memorable ones. The match with Salisbury was one of No matter what your height and weight, there is sure to be a place for you on the Goldsboro Senior High Wrestling team. Coaches Gene Causby and Bill Kemp have really worked with the team and their efforts have been rewarded with several wins. With top records to beat and handicapped with fewer wrestlers this year, the Goldsboro team is working extremely hard to become one of the best wrestling teams that GSHS has ever experienced. Our hats go off to this hard-working group of boys and the fine way they have represented us. Wrestlers Battle To Uphold Former Standards WRESTLING TEAM-Frwzz Roux' Bobby Powell, Tommy Farmer, joe Nasseff, C. J. Hines, Steele Dewey, Jimmy Whitmer. Middle Roux' Rex Teaney, Stuart Clarke, Billy XY'ade. Bill Lane, Mike Riley, Lindsay Pratt. Back Rauf: Coach Bill Kemp, jackie Kannon, Richard Pascoe, jerry Tractenberg, Harry Muir, Melvin Johnson, Danny Barber. Coach Gene Causby. 'Q It ' 655422 l 'Slkihlx VIIUNG 3 fz 1 l-at tagfi 1961 Schedule Greenville Kinston Kinston New Bern Salisbury Jacksonville N.C.S.B. Boone Ashboro New Bern Greenville Eastern Tournament State Tournament Boys' games, which are played at 3:45 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays, prove to be as exciting as the inter- scholastic games, on numerous oc- casions. , Basketball Provides Spirit And Competition Among Intramural Teams Goldsboro I-Iigh's intramural program, sponsored by the Stu- dent Association, has been highly successful this year, providing a means of using athletic talents which cannot be used on the Varsity and junior Varsity squads. The intramurals provide the needed outlet for our more energetic and athletic students. Girls, as well as boys, enjoy the benefits that one receives from this participation on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. Perhaps this program is developing future Varsity cagers. Female basketball games such as these provide the "other sex" with the needed outlet for their spirit and competition. Under the supervision of Coach Whisenliunt, who is aided by the services of Tommy Kearney and Bill Capps, these afternoon athletic functions can be just as stimulating and enjoyable as the varsity games. I39 .xv J X QW f VM -, X, f- ,, W ff W cfm Vfwmqfy.. 1 K . lx I V S ,1,fl,,,y4 . ,, I ge-af X X x 2 V w I ' ' ' Q ff yr . I ,, N, iw :A Ziillyf W' AQ, J ,7 fx' 1 ii 'ff r "',"' 'X I. .M ,,... -S: I S , - if. ya-' , Q. . lg, ' - 'Ip U ,fy Q I ' Q f ,ffl - + -' , 1 c , J I as ig J I :.f- XV X. , H fy .' " ,YK un, mf, I, FW: Is e W ffl? 'f.,.-V , f" ,X R iv, s Nfe if ff gb," Q!?2:' 'Q -t i, MQ, qi 'V f, is, Q 'lfxw' 'sf if ,1 . tix er. fi ,f I 4 I ' 'Ja ww fs f far cf 'tif y,,5gt gg ,. .5 52122, Q 'awry f' I 44 'w s I, , vs , 5 .a',,v1g?55.g . 2 2 11, . vi, ix ,' -1 is X ,M x 1 4,41 ,L sgav w . A ag, . 2 M ' W 9' ! . W J, -I' -P' M Medi V1 .gd gy 1- ,I wt 15. .N . , . -?1h,Z . f V ' " M awr '- ' VICKIE O TUFI Y V , 1.942 ,h a :,1f'S':.-i3g':?K5,'hf f "'I 7i He d , . 4 , 11 L, ey W,3. y:? mA -. I , I .. , ff '-1,5 '- " Q ff' X, . 1' M "1 f"' 1 f 'gal I ,-ff f' :. , Vg ,, I "1- f . r " A - BARTLETTE 'I .4 .I ' X I -r- w w f : Sslstanf Head -vcwu A.-J12.:' jr' I , ,Z X 1 wks-'I' JULIE FREDERICK Mascot Varsity And Junior Vargit ll Cheerleaders Provide That Extra ITOU 1 l 'I fa, I ii is S ff 3 6 , lE:,, I? ,655 I Z 3 """ A . 'I U Jilin :LII Y JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Jeralyn Armatis, Terry Conway, Judy Denmark, Nancy Brown, S ford-Head, Beverly Wiggins, Assistant Headg Libby Bryant, Judi Beal, Sterling Thornton, Suzanne Bunch. anclra Al- - ' ,-31, .,,,,,,.,,-, , , .,,,. ,Q N -f W.. .M u. JANE XWARD .S Wd - I JENNY SEYMOUR DONNA DAVIS LINDA FREDERICK Touch' To Our Games JERRY MOORING CAROLYN I-IARMON WD .5 1 DOTTIE ELLIS qw J 1. , fl BETTY SUMMERLIN CORINNE PATE J? E ! El l l utstandmg Athletes Are Honored W l OFFICERS: President, Rex Teaneyg Vice-President, Lindsay Prattg Secretaries, Buddy jordan and Stuart Clarkeg Treas- Ti.-..... urer, Tommy Kearneyg Sergeant-at-Arms, lT.- . Wzlrren Walters l, Varsity With the main objective of promoting sportsmanship at athletic events, the Varsity Club is composed of boys who have earned a letter in a major sport and have been voted in by the other members. The organ- ization has and upholds many high ideals and does not tolerate poor conduct on the part of its members. The organization sponsors the selling of concessions at the basketball games, the Var- sity Club Sweetheart, and the Dance in the Spring, which honors the Sweetheart. The Varsity Sweetheart is crowned during color- ful half-time ceremonies during the annual Homecoming game. She is featured in the Features section of this book. Also, the Varsity Club supervises the awarding of the Mansour and Weathers trophies. 1' 00 Varsity Club Prayer When the score stands against me and there seems little chance to win, when there is a whole half to play and I am hot and tired and sick at heart, then I pray, Divine Comrade, for strength to play the game. It is easy enough to play when I am winning, when I feel fresh and there are no odds against meg but when things are going wrong and I am tempted to cheat, to gam- ble, or to quit, then I need Thy help. I want to take life as a game and play it fair and hard. To do this, I need some strong leader, so I pray that Thou will always be with me. When I am cowardly or tired,or baffled, give me the sense that Thou art by my side, telling me how to plan my way and giving me the courage to keep on. Be with me in the contests of today and all through life's courses. Amen. With Membership In Varsity Club Miss Vickie O'Tuel was crowned Varsity Club Sweetheart at our home- coming game this year by Eleanor Best, Sweetheart of 1959. '41 V... HERE K . ,W ff-X f II pf i X "1 4 4 11 W ,li "Q X- , gy U n if , s Q .Y ff fix 4 5 1 P fe? qmggmm Aman-4, mm 'Aix L f A A S E S 1 Senior Class 5 ' ll MRS. BETTY F. WILLIAMSON Advisor L BRAD WEISIGER Yi' ' WALKER I Vice-President Norm Pfeslw' SENIORS . . . the joy of reaching the top of the ladder, but the sorrow of parting from life-long friends . . . new decisions to make . . . we realized, with the help of our teachers, that this was the be- ginning, not the end . . . our nervousness when Pomp and Circum- stance began to play . . . these welll always remember. JANE WARD LINDSAY PRATT Secfetafl' Treasurer l1 if Q .1-we '1 i a X M A 32 . -i . ' .y:i.W- '-f Q 4' ia E , K1 . , fig ' . , ., "-H4 . 5 51,43 .ff 9 AW 1 THE UNITED STATES AT -. N, i ,. 4. - 1 , , ti H X 1-.fffwffs J 1 .- 'f. Class Colors Red and White Flower Red Rose Motto Onward, Upward I47 """4iws. H ,arffw 11, M- yds' M l -,.,-.-want' .. ,A M 0,4 Q ' ,I n,a , 1' rw ,ey ' GRP t-OID.. X82 s I 1 x. A .. We . . , ,, . fr . ' 4 1 F, ,Q 9,42 ,,, i A if Z -41' N w RITA LOUISE ALLIN "A Dahhler in the IVorld of Art" "Towards Zer0"3 "God's Test Tube"3 Thea- ter Arts 43 Goldmasquers 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. KATHERINE FAYE ANDERSON "In quietnefr and in ronfidenre :hall he your rtrengthu D.E, Club 43 Hmr. Officer 2 DAVID LEON ASKINS "Everything rome! to him who ufaitrg why hurry" Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 4g Baseball Mgr. 3g State Wrestling Tourn. 2. 43 2nd Place 2. WILLIAM MICHAEL AVERY "I will he a man among men" Science Club 33 Goldmasquers 43 "Towards Zero"3 Goldmasquers Bd. BARNES CHARLES AYCOCK, JR. "Intererting perronality who gel! around" j.V. Football 2, 33 Wrestling 3, 43 State Wrestling Tourn. 43 Hmr. Officer 3, 4. LARRY WAYNE BAILEY "Life if one long procefr of getting tired" D.O. Club 43 S.A. 2 MILTON EARL BAILEY "Math giver grarp and power to the mind" Library Club 3. 43 Bd. of Elections Comm. 2 WAYNE M. BAILEY "Flattery ir an art of ufhirh I have mar- tered" Biology Club 3, 43 Science Club 43 V. Base- ball 3, 43 V. Football 43 Stunt Night 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 S.A. Rep. 33 Hmr. Officer 4g Varsity Club 4 ROBERT DANIEL BARBER "Athletir5 and ringing make a good com- hinationu Varsity Club 3, 4g A Cappella 3, 4g "Amahl"3 Pinafore" 33 Spring Music 43 "Revue of "6O"3 "Showtime" Jr. Quartet 3, 43 Tennis 23 Wrestling 2, 3, 4g Stunt Night 3, 4 GLADYS ELAINE BARTLETTE "A petite hrunette who haf a way with people" Quill and Scroll 43 Biology Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 F.T.A. 4g j.V. Cheer- leader 2, Varsity 3, 4, Asst. Head 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Stunt Night 2, 33 Sr. Talent Show MICHAEL WARREN BARTON "It if good to he a part of life" NANCY ROSE BASS "All the world ir her stage" Goldmasquers 2, 3, 43 "Towards Zero" 43 "Deadwood"3 "God's Test Tube" JOYCE C. BATEMAN "Choose your love, and love your choke" D.E. Club 33 Hmr. Officer 33 "Mikado"3 "H.M.S. Pinafore" 3 MARY NANCY BAUER "The mort .fhillful flatterer if a liftenern Spanish Club 4, Treas. 43 Victoria High School, Victoria Texas 2 A. LANGHORNE BELL "An actor in hir own right" Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4g "Rebel Without a Cause"3 "Deadwood"3 "Towards Zero"3 "Floor Show"3 V. Football Mgr.3 S.A. Council 2, 3, 4g Hmr. Officer 33 Stunt Night 3,4 l .HH list? Cf .Sw W 1. F lntz. "Tw M Sufi 51.5 Fai. Cr C . ,du Sorn C.: Hl I., llaff lllf .TP A C F lfcifj G15 fl V. V .. Hair gina iii 3, 5: E 'llc' EI j. . i ie Sung MQ.: Th: HN, 'Qi if Qi G' ill iii. "Da ll. ll hifi Q 01211 BL i ll "O A Q MJ. R551 D ,A h F H A SFLQ Ciifqil 5. .J. X "J ., -N : D0 Rip, ROBERT ADOLPHUS BELL "Humor if of iz genial qualify" Math Club 4, Biology Club 2, 31 Science Club 4, jr.-Sr. 3, Homeroom Officer 4 LINDA DEES BEST "Small zlaingf me BEST."' Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 3, Social Comm. 3, jr.-Sr. 3, Intra. Basketball 3, 4 TONY RAY BOWEN "The purer! pleofure lier wilhirz zzrefzzl of- fupaziorr' N.H.S. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Marshal 4, Superl. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, GOHISCA 3, 4, Dept. Ed. 3, Ed.-in-Chief 4, Library Club 2, 3, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, S.A. 2, 3, 4, Building and Halls Comm. 3, Bul. Bd. Comm. Chm. 3, Cal. Comm. Chm. 4, jr. Class Bul. Bd. Comm., French Club 3, 4, Science Club 4: Math Club 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, jr.-Sr. Comm. Chrm., F.T.A. 3, 4, Council Prom. Comm. 2, Library Comm. 2, 3 HEYWARD RALPH BOYETTE "True eloquence romirlr in saying what il' nerermry, and nollaing more" Marshal 4, Band 2, Hmr. Officer 2 MICHELE MARGARET BRISBOIS "The world belong: to ,flaore in love" A Cappella 2, Pinafore" FAYE ELAINE BROUSSARD "A lwinele in foe eye if a Jigrz of merri- mem" Schlr. Pin 5, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, F.T.A. 4, Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Deadwood", "Miss Goldsboro Pageant" 3, "Gods Test Tube", Hampton Senior High, Hampton, Vir- ginia 2 JIMMY BRYAN BROWN "A likeable, fuzz-loring guy" Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Hmr. Officer 2, 3 EDNA CATHERINE BRYAN "Her fame ir io laer make-up" Biology Club 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 3, Head Make-Up Artist 4, "Shepherds Song" 2, "Deadwood", "Our Town", "Caine Mutiny Court Martial", "God's Test Tube", "Towards Zero", "The Mikado", Hmr. Officer 2, 3 ANTHONY ROY BURCH "A rzire quiet boy" JEAN LOUISE BURTON "A Jpurklizzg peryomzlizy ir her main duet" Goldmasquers 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, "Mi- kado", "H.M.S. Pinafore", "Amahl", "Deadwood", "Miss Goldsboro Pageant", "Miss Goldmasquer Pageant", S.A. Rep. 2 LINDA LOU CALLOWAY "An eory-going, friendly Mir!" Goldmasquers 4, "God's Test Tube", S.A. Bul. Bd. Comm. 4 , BRENDA JOYCE CANADY "On one she Jmiled and he war blerredu A Cappella 4, "Mikado", "H.M.S. Pina- fore", Spring Music, "Amahl" MARTHA JAN CARR "A :weet quiet girl" Rosewood High School, Rosewood, N.C. DIANE MARCELLE CARTER "A good rporl in life'J game" F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Biology Club 4, Spring Music 4, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, Cal. Coma. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, NIVEN BURTON CARTER "Life ii rbort, live il up wlaile you mn" D.O. Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Math Club 2, S.A. Rep. 2 ' 57, Z7 , is .34 f f " . X Ga. , U W 3' gl 4 1 fm nfl 1 C M ' fu ' n rfi t.,-fuf14Y .dn 'Q ' pf QA ' k Q ! 5 , 33. "why Lew-WIT, Auf" Q--a-any a Q.- 'Wsanuv ,F . ' 'mf m5Q .off V 1 15 ...M-Q fn? Pwlgn, 'NN-ag.. -40' I t ,i 1 , I 1 , . 'M ms , Q az A38 - I fi E MS fi Y , - it E 1 n I 1' J -.mw..- v V .ff - V ' 4 , ew- ,fr-if A W. was aw. q .1 ,fa ,. 'Wbqsunr ,-1-nu. 109 W W 'Z 5? 1 c 4 li F ll F . i eff 1 2 . 36-1- :ii viii? - H I H ., .fi -I 'S k . , , ay ff ua,f.jWf ' I -.gr-s' ,V 6 1, ,Z g,,,j.,,..2' sf do-,,, X ,rdf on 'MM' 5. ,X vi? 'Wind ,.,..,-aa.-gy, LONNIE CASEY, JR. "A liltle Jilenre can go d long way" D.O. Club 4 RONALD EDWARD CHEEK "He mine, he Jaw, lae conquered" Goldmasquers 4, "G0d's Test Tube" CAMPBELL RAY CLARK "A friend to wlaomerfer be meek" john Muir High School, Pasadena, Cali- fornia FRED STUART CLARKE "A popular man if a powerful man" Superl., Music Schlr. 33 Varsity Club 3, 4, Cor. Sec. 4, Biology Club 2, Math Club 4, A Cappella 3, 4, "Amahl", "'H.M.S. Pina- fore" 3, Spring Music, V. Wrestling 2, 3, C0-Capt. 4, S.A. Parl. 4, S.A. Rep. 3, 4, jr. Vice-Pres., Stunt Night 3, 4, Quartet 3, 4, Hmr. Officer 2, 3 MAIORIE CLARK "Surly rz friendly perfon if rarely found" NANCY ELLEN COLLINS "IVE, like money, lemfef an extra mlueu Schlr. Pin 2, Sr. Superl., Goldmasquers 2, 4, "Towards Zero", S.A. Rep. 2. 3, Hmr. Officer, j.V. Cheerleader 2, Varsity 3 CHARLES ALBERT COMES "Toy roife of eelefiiul marie" V. Club 3, 4, "Mikado", Pina- fore", jr. Quartet, IV. Football 2, V. Foot- ball 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Track 4, S.A. Rep. 4 MARY ELIZABETH CONLEY "Neal and effirienf if :lair liille Min" N.H.S. 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4, Asst. Head 4, Sr. Council 4, Stunt Night 3, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Of- ficer 2, 3 ALICE M. CORRELL "Brez'izy ir rl great :bdrm of eloquence" Crysler High School, New Castle, Indiana PATSY LINDA COTTLE "Alu'azyJ late, newer in cl hurry" F.H.A. 4, A Cappella 3, Majorette 2, 3, "Guys and Dolls", Band 2, 33 Stunt Night 2, 3,'Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 ELEANOR RUTH COUNTS "Able to enjoy life wizh zfermlilityu Itazuke, japan 2, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 3: Social Comm. 4 JIMMY GARLAND CREECH "Silenre if the mfeft eourfe any man fan adopf' Goldmasquers 3, 4, Stage Craft 3, 4 JAMES CAMERON CRUMPLER "Heard before lee Jpeakf' Science Club 3, lntra. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2 LYCURGUS HENRY CUTLER, IV "A will zo work if az good qualify in anyone' Biology Club 2, Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Dead- wood", "Caine Mutiny Court Martial", "Miss Goldsboro Pageant" CLIFTON DAIL "AlufnyJ on lmnd uflaen needed" D.O. Club 3, 4, S.A. 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3 ! JANET KAE DALY "Fair lo look upon, laeller Io know" Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Math Club 4, F.T.A. 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Deadwood", "Gods Test Tube", "Rebel Without A' Cause", "Caine-Mutinyf', jr.-Sr. Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Publicity Comm. 2, Social Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, GO- HISCA: Soph. Ed., Asst. Ed. 3, Stu. Life Ed. 4 i T. J. DANIELS "Toe bert thingy in life are free" Football 34 DAVID EARL DAVIS "The Ley ir lbe linzif' DONNA FAYE DAVIS "The lady in zlae run iin'z lmlf as inlerefting or llae man in Zire moon" Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 3, 4, Board 4, Business Mgr. 3, "Towards Zero", Lobby Chm. 4, "Miss Goldsboro Pageant", Dev. Comm. 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4, Library Comm. 3 MARY EVELYN DAVIS "A frlendly word for everyone" Soph. Rep. 2, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, S.A. Rep. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4 ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS "Beware! I may do Jomelhing Jenmlional yez!" Math Club 4, Pres. 4 SARA ANNETTE DAVIS "Preriouf germ rome in Jrrzall parkagef' Biology Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 4, Stunt Night 2, 3 JAMES EDWARD 'DEASON "I never did anyllaing worlle doing by arri- dent" Varsity Club 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, j.V. Foot- ball 3, V. 4, S.A. 2, Hmr. Officer 2 MARY JANE DEATON "A rweez and fonriderule perron" Math Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 4, French Club 4, E.H.S., Orlando, Florida A GLENDA LOU DALY "A rule .rrnile if llfe mark of 41 friendly per5o1z" F.I-I.A. 2, Spring Music 4, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 3, 4, Stunt Night Comm. 2, 3, 4, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 Our favorite privilege, that of occupying the center seats during assemblies, is one enjoyed by all members of the Senior Class. +8 -ff'-n,vv-s. 11--vig, 44,3 ri 5 -as , b '1 if N A 3" Onward, Upward Is Our Motto, As We Wend Our Way . . . 'EK' . .7 gp 'U'- ' Tutu l l f fm 'fly , 4 . E " an "Wl"'ii ,i . if ' 4 I l l l Q ,l l l l ll i I l ,1 x ,Alt -AIM 61ii ,pew X' 7 ff' -,Q ,W ,ew Kal' K. ,gn :ffm - Af! far , ws 'N' ,,m, . . Searching For The Golden Future Gaining Day By Day . . ALMA JANE EDWARDS "A laugh and ll rnzile, ihnfr lane" Marshal 43 N.H.S. 43 Latin Club 23 Biology Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Sec. 43 S.A. Rep. 43 Jr.- , ' Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 23 ' " Hmr. Officer 2, 3 40' 4 8 1' ,,f'Nm 203 MARY JOSEPH DEMPSEY "Pleamnl lo he around" F.H.A. 3, 4g F.T.A. 33 New Hanover High School 2 ROMA LEE DICKERSON "She enjoys life lo ilr fuller!" F.T.A. 3, 43 Goldmasquers 3, 43 N.C. Drama Festival 3g "God's Test Tube"3 "Deadwood"3 "Showtime"3 Stunt Night3 Hmr. Officer 4 RICHARD DALTON DUNLAP "Man if Zhe merriert rpecie of the frenli0n" Hartsville, South Carolina DON NOVA EDENS "RED" . . . "Sports ir hir main paflimen Varsity Club 3, 4g J..V. Football 2, V. Foot- ball 3, 43 J.V. Basketball 2, V. Basketball 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Co-Capt. V. Football 4 HAYWOOD EARL EDMUNDSON "Quiet, yet niee 20 know" D.O. Club 3, 4 MARGARET ANN EDMUNDSON "A friendly, more graciour perron, ir rarely found" Marshal 43 Latin Club 23 Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4g French Club 3, 4g "Mi- kado"3 Spring Music3 Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 43 Bd. of Elections 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 Guidance counselor, Miss Margaret Kornegay, is happily congratulating members of the Class of 1961 on their high achievement on the Merit Schol arship examination. ,.f' '63 1 tv lf" ,aa CHARLES RANDALL EDWARDS "Dignified, rererzfed, a real rcholaf' Asst. Chief Marshal 43 Superl, 43 N.H.S. 43 Science Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4g Latin Club 23 Biology Club 23 Band 2, 3, 43 lst Lt. 43 Dance Band 2, 3, 43 S.A. Treas. 4 DOROTHY JEAN ELLIS "A rare, fun-lowing girl in every way" Superl. 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4g "Varie- ties of '59"3 "Rebel Without A Cause"3 "Showtime"3 J.V., V. Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 S.A. Rep. 2, 33 Hi News 43 Goldmasquers Ed. 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 3 JENNY ROSE ELLIS "The bert, nohlefz life ir .fel foward high ideally" N.H.S. 3, 43 Superl. 43 Chief Marshal 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 23 French Club 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 33 Science Club 4g Gold- masquers 43 "Towards Zero"3 "God's Test Tube"3 S.A. Rep. 2, 33 Soph. Council3 Sr. Councilg Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 JUDY MAE EZZELL "Choore your love, and love your choice" S.A. Rep. 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Social Comm. 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 A., GLEN EDWARD FAIRCLOTH "Shy, hut not quiet" Band 2, Drum Major 33 J.V. Football 23 Track 2, 43 J.V. Basketball 23 Hmr. Of- ficer 2 LINWOOD EARL FARMER "To worry little, to Jtudy len, if my Jecret of happineff' Math Club 4g Science Club ,43 "The Em- peror's Nightingaleng Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmr. Officer 2. 33 Stunt Night 3 ROGER DIXON FARMER "A mdllif work ir never done" WESLEY DURWOOD FARMER, JR. "Stillnefs of perron and Jteadinerr of fea- ture" Band 2, 3, 43 Quartermaster Staff 3g Main- tenance Staff JUDY LEE FARRIS "True delicacy ir Jolid refinement" Goldmasquers 23 S.A. Rep. 23 Intra. Sport 2 LOUIS DIXON ERANKS "A man in earneft findr meant" JOSEPH LEE FUTRELL "All Jmall people have their Jhare of fun" D.O. Clubg Hmr. Officer HAYWOOD WRENN GILLIKIN 'Q' "Liked by everyone that he knows" Superl. 43 New Bern High, New Bern, North Carolina -fi ROBERT JAMES GOOCH "He could look at work all day" SANDRA LUCILLE GRANTHAM "What sweet delight a quiet life affordf' F.T.A. 43 Band 2, 3, 4 WALTER KENNETH GRANTHAM 2'Never let it he raid that I don't have my un" D.O. Club, Vice-Pres. 43 Math Club 23 4 'W'-' ' J.V. Football 23 S.A. Rep. 23 Building and Grounds Comm. 2 fvd g E, DAVID EZZRA GURLEY, JR. "A rcholar plur an excellent perronalityf' Biology Club 23 French Club 3, 4, Treas. 4g Science Club 3, 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Building and Grounds 4g Flag Comm. 43 Sr. Class Rep. 43 Marshal 4 ISSAC DEAN GURLEY "Life is hut a play in which I rtar" French Club 4g Goldmasquers 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 43 "Deadwood"3 "Potboiler"3 "To- wards Zero"3 "God's Test Tube"3 "Show- tlIT1CU 4 Q:-1' KIRBY CLEVELAND GURLEY W' "Men find it more eary to flatter than praiJe" Superlative 4 PHY s uawmaas Us 1 7 ff! 3 ' a .5 f, , 3 ' an 'H'-nw,,, my -aug, f mn W -mutant? f-mmf' ,, me ,Q . as 31' My-Q if 'S 4 d:'L"""1ilf 3, . ,, t ' .F .L ,Nw 43' ,,,,f.+ C' ff nf, ff 1-if . C. ' 1 ja f A , g . HAP ,. 1 , - .Q' 1,1 --.., 1.5 l Mmm.- its ww ROBERT HADDEN A good fare ir a leller o recommendation GRACE LOUISE HALES joy: are our wingf Band 4 Flag Bearer 4' Girls Basketball Team 2 3' Elizabeth City High School Elizabeth City North Carolina LYNDA GRACE HARE A uornazz in earner! indr rneanr Marshal 4' Superl. 4' Quill and Scroll' 4 Vice-Pres. 4: F.T.A. 3 4 Sec. 4' ass Council 2 3' Bd. of Election 2' Chm. Lunch- room Comm. 4' Stunt Night 3 4' Jr.-Sr. Comms Hmr. Officer 2 4' GOI-IISCA: Ad. Mgr. rl MARIAN PAULINE HARRISON There are Jnzall lhings uhith uield rnighly influence Biology Club 2 3 4' Math Club 4' French Club 4' Hmr. Officer 2 3' Stunt Night 3 I fd, Ks I . lf .ffg , , ci T if rf H ' T Q Q f if Y 'W I ff 11 X5 , U1 , ' ' 5, L w ,A au- 1 s a a N u 'N-4. vw- if ' H fr, If ll 'Www Y f SA K N.H.S. 4, Biology Club 2, French Club 31 W . ' , , , Cl f E, ' , ' MM i 1 1 Cllr ' f Q i 1 ll'l xfzfrikifi C l r 2 X P Apr' X W 4 fn' 4 H ' ' 61 lui E 1 'Q 11 Na , - , X, , Q' " A fx ' -' , , , li fl 'H U 41 if ff -'N' N NNW,-ff' 2 1 3 31" 1 4 1 W 46252, 333 .1121-. ' .f I .am f fix-lf'z WW WWW -,,' f-4' Q 5 www ,, ef' 7' .km --ng Fila if tg E 1 A X Ml DAVID PHILIP HASKINS "The len you enjoy life, lhe poorer you are" Band 2, 3, 4, Staff Sgt. 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 4 FRANK MARION HAUSER, IV "It'.r not what you do, hui ufhal you ge! caught doing" Biology Club 2, Science Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Social Comm. 4 CLAUDE MARVIN HEATH "Take lhine eaJe,' eal, drink, and he merry" D.O. Club 3, 4 MIGEON ROSEMAN HELMS "The keen increafer az zhe prompt occa- Irion" Music Schlr. 3, F.T.A. 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, "Amahl", "Mikado", Pinafore", Spring Music 4, j.V. Cheerleader 2, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball JOE CRAVEN HENRY "A man if a worker" Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Shepherd Song", "God's Test Tube", District Drama Festi- val, Goldmasquers Bd. 2 LINDA JENNETTE HILL "Purity of heart ir :he nohlefz inheritance" D.E. Club 2, F.H.A., Bancl 2, 3, 4 CHARLES FRANKLIN HINDMAN "A quiel, thoughtful peryon if he" MARY SUSAN HOLLAND "The founlain of beauty is lhe hear!" F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, County Vice-Pres. 4, "Mikado", S.A. Rep. 2, 3, jr.-Sr. 32 Hmr. Officer 2, 3, Library Comm. 2 CHARLOTTE ELAINE HOLMES "Born lalking, never lor! her hirfhrighf' JOHNNIE RICHARD HOOD, JR. "My fulure if made" Biology Club 2, Band 2, 3, A Cappella 4, "Amahl" WILLIAM GRAHAM HOOD, III "The great hope in .foriely ir the individual character" French Club 4, J.V. Football 2, j.V. Bas- ketball 2, V. Football 3, 4, Library Comm. 2, Building and Grounds Comm. 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Hmr. Officer 2, Varsity Club 4 15111 P H lair Ci. X2 Gi Ge llrr Set. lm Ed.. EM' lr V- ll. iii J.. no 5lll.l , . ll-ll l-6:1 uw lt ltflr Kult Tn, ffpciii Ar CAROLYN CHRISTINE HOOKS "True meril il like a riz'er,' llae deeper il is the left noire it maker" D.E. Club 3, 41 Hmr. Officer 2 CHARLES CULLON HOOKS, IR. "Green soul: hare greaz u'illr" Science Club 3: A Cappella 43 "Amahl" 43 Pinafore" 33 Spring Music 43 "Showtime "3 Music Schlr. 3, 4, Pres. 43 S.A. Rep. 3, 43 S.A. Pres. 43 E.D.S.C.C. 33 Stunt Night 3, 43 Visual Aicl 3 ROGER PAUL HOUCK "Eary zo gel along willy" Math Club 43 Baseball 3, 43 Meridian High School 2 WILLIAM EUGENE HOWE, JR. "Conrenlrazion ir my mono" Varsity Club 2, 33 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Stage Mgr. 33 Champ. 33 Tech. Dir. 43 "Towards Zeroug "Sh0wtime"3 "G0cl's Test Tube"3 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Football 33 S.A. Rep. 23 Stunt Night 2, 3, 4g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 ELIZABETH MARIE HOWELL Hllyalflafulneir and induflry are nalural virIuer" F,H.A. 2, 3g Golclmasquers 2, 3, 43 "Mi- kado"3 "Deaclwood"3 "Rebel Without A Cause"3 "Emperors Nightingale"3 Stunt Night 2, 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 3 GWENDOLYN DIANA HULSE "Good work! make beautiful tl1ingJ" Marshal 43 Music Schlr. 33 N.H.S. 3, 4, Sec. 43 Superl. 43 A Cappella 3, 43 "Amahl"3 Accomp. 3, 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 GOHISCA Co-Music Ed.3 Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4 EMMETTE WOODROW INGRAM "I derire no fuzure zlaaz will break llae lie: of my puff' JO CAROLYN JACKSON "'A rlezfer girl, full of rongg ar merry as llae day if long" Schlrq Ping Latin Club 2, 33 Biology Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella 3, 43 Goldmasquers 43 "H.M.S. Pinafore"3 Spring Music3 "God's Test Tube"3 Intra. Sport 3, 4 LOUIS RAY JACOBS "The winner ir be uflao giver kimfelf to hir work" Kubasak High School, Naha, Okinawa Q vigil' lf, Q. r -lf 'Zara ' : 'Y 5 O .,. .us y 42 I ,ff -M A 'INS 49' , ,av , my -.-r" 1-2 . , ' ,qv A , fl.. 14333 A J- 54. .., W'-lf ,, --an -B Q RUBY ANN JERNIGAN "Good zbouglazr are bfllff than eznply wordf' D.E. Club 43 Hmr. Officer 2 The majority of our extra time is spent "studying in the library" especially during "source-theme time." Before Our Very Eyes . . ' 7 I a Q "?f4if5 i ., Y, I ws 'Q .... . i 3' av A , Xt I ,iv 'Q ! ,, as new wa, b.,H"'fa g ' 'V fi ,1 57 x 'fi ,N S K4 's . . . Challenge Beckons, Dreams Unfold 155 rj I G.H.S. Gives Us Our Future, This We Realize. A We Will Always . Stand Together . . . ' MELVIN SHERMAN 5 JOHNSON , The truth may rtrelrh hui l will noi hrerzk Wrestling 3 4 We re all mighty proud of our fellow ' Seniors, especially Lindsay Pratt who wwe-vw Junior. won the tennis trophy while he was a WOW! If A 453' I I 'ii , , 9 75 4' , if f f f' v """""""' . 'Q fy' , YQJW "M-M47 , , . W I, W9 WARREN DOUGLAS JOHNSON "A love for fun and good timer" J.V. Football 2, 33 Track 4, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4 ELIZABETH ANNE JONES "A rmile jurl comer nalumllyu F.H.A. 2, Biology Club 2, 3, French Club 4, Hi News Staff 4, Devotion Comm. 4 ZEB ROY JONES "Give me true friendr and murif, and life will he iz plearureu Music Schlr. 3, Biology Club 2, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Quartet 3, 4, "Amahl", "H.M.S Pinafore", "Mikado", Football 2, 3, Track 2, Hmr. Officer 2, 32 S.A. 33 Sr. Council, GOHISCA Music Co-Editor 4 WILLIAM JENNINGS JORDAN, JR. "A well-rounded guy" Marshal 4, Jr. Class Pres., Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, NCHSAA Tennis Tourn. 3, Bd. of Elec. 3, 4, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, Stunt Night 3, 4 CARL MACKIE JOYNER "ModeJly if no: only an orzmment, hu! alto iz guard to 1!i1'lll9U THOMAS SHELBY KANNAN, JR. "Every man ir a volume if you know how lo read him" D.E. Club 2, 3 MARY ELIZABETH KASELL "Grace ir Io lhe body wha! good reme is jo lhe mind" Jr. Class Sec., Golclmasquers 3, 4, "Dead- wood", "God's Test Tube", Stunt Night, 2, 3, Soph. Council, Library Comm. 2, Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 3, 4 HERMAN THOMAS KEARNEY, JR. "Newer fear, Kearney ir here" Math Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Football Mgr. 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, Statistician 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Flag Comm. 3, 4, Chm. 4, Aud. Vis. Comm. 2, 3 JERRY ANDREW KEEN "F:-iezzdrhip ir lhe higher! degree of perfec- tion in roriely A Cappella 3, 4, Golclmasquers 4, "Amahl", Spring Music, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. 3 "Hn Hai Our OP? llc- Cf Crm Com Gr. lzrf. l, I' ML. "l' .i DE li fir' ll iq. lim: My V ci-.L E152 Ni.. Orr.. 14,5 DE "rl 'J Bing 5 li! I ,Hr Fil Illini T rim, 4' Q "G ,. Ai. f D", Clib llll it DE H ',i: lug, Lg My Big IH mr. NH5. Ii:-. KQQJ SA Q JUDY ANN KEEN "Her .fmile enhancer ber graceful rlaarmf' High Mg. Salm. 2, 3, 4, Superl. 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, French Club 4, A Cappella 3, 4, "Amahl", "Mikado", Spring Music, GOHISCA 3, 4, Sr. Co-Ed. 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, Library Comm. 4 BOBBY GENE KENNEDY "A playboy at lrerzrf' Goldmasquers 4, "Deadwood", "Show- time", J.V. Basketball 2, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Baseball 2, Track 2, S.A. Council 2, Lost and Found Comm. 2, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2 ARNOLD JOSEPH KENYON "The more mirelvief, the belter rporf' LESLEY LYBRON KERSEY "God'r gif! zo women" V. Football 3, Burgo High School, El Paso, Texas, Reception Comm. 4, Building and Halls Comm. 4 THOMAS LETSON KING "Girl5! Wfbere, u'lJere.7" I Library Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Math Club 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Intra. Sport 2, Lunchroom Comm., Audio-Visual Comm., Library Comm. CAROL EAYE KLEINERT "You gotla lvazfe heart" D.E. Club 3, 4, Hmr. Officer 2 RUTH JEANETTE KNIGHT "Her wife war ever mfr, gentle, and low, an excellerzl flying in zmmerz" "Mikado", Stunt Night 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmr. Officer' 3, 4 JOAN LEIGH KRIEGER "Likable, rerratile, popping permnalilyn Class Sec. 2, Intram. Sport 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Chm. 2, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 2, 4 ADDIE FRANCES LANE "Talking if my fazrorile paflimen D.E. Club 2, 3 AUDREY THERESA LEWIS "A friendly oallook foward life" Band 2, 3, 4, Corp. 2, 3, Sgr. 4, S.A. Rep. 3, Hmr. Officer 3 GILES JEAN LIPPERT, JR. "Happinerr it the .rupreme objerf of exif!- em'e" F.T.A. 3, 4, Pres. 4, French Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, V. Track 3, 4, Football Mgr. 4, Social Comm. 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 PORTIA DARE LOFTIN "Graceful1rerr exprerrer flue harmony of the mul" Biology Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, D.E. Club 4, Hmr. Officer 2, 3 WILLIAM CHARLES MCCLENNY "Carefree and gay am I" D.E. Club 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, House Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Head 4, Goldmasquers Bd. 4, "God's Test Tube", "Rebel Without a Cause", S.A. Rep. 2, Radio Workshop 2 BETSY ANN MCCORMICK "Swee1 and dainly and rate" Biology Club 4, Science Club 4, "Mikado", Pinafore", Social Comm. 2, Hmr. Officer 2, Stunt Night 3 LOU ELLA MCDONALD "True Clariiliarzity if an art" N.H.S. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Marshal 4, Class Treas. 2, A Cappella 2, "Amahl", "Mi- kado", "H.M.S. Pinafore", Spring Music, S.A. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, Jr.-Sr. 3, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4, Devotion Comm. Chm. 4 'WU' -aqh f iw? an . as-M' Y'7""' r ,445 "Q"lllllIv" bra! YJO ,,,g...unn elf' . . Y " - 'V -. :, , .... ' Y f , - , ,.,., - -4- A ,Mash 2 4 410k .Q I. ,Y . W , J , ,am el-ip, 'era-' ,A Alf 'Elf j1:..,.f.wr ,I .1 X .Mgr i 'a f K is aw- .Slug c 4,..ei,,'2 F ,.,,g,.,o AWP? S X I4 ,ww 'S I K A eh Kd? W. ms WW? Aish? ,rf -Q , WWW ,xx 4.5 , ,Z 3. ., l Y 'fx 9.3 ., .3 F f f W 3 3 fe . Wffavwesi I fl ' 'fx I-fm -wwf I X xt 'f M99 6, ' 4 ' J - . me ,W 3 J J 1 . 0 M- , W . 45 , l Awww" L Q . g I 20+ f"'QfQsv' .VW ,Q V N E4 I ix .,..,,Y -fa-.nav ? 'X A .fg 'Wc,"'? z JOSEPH NEELY MCINTIRE "Giz'e me my hmfh and my .fcience and l'l1 he cornell!" Science Club 3, 43 Band 2. 3, 4 JUDY ROSE MCLAMB "The re,1.rwz God crealed zvomezz lar! war hemme he didzfz umzz advice while creafirzg NMIIZU Quill and Scroll 43 Biology Club 2, 33 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 33 GO- HISCA 3, 43 Dept, Ed. 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Bd. of Elections 2. 43 Social Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 , JAMES THOMAS MCLAREN "He aw felis! ezleryzhizzg hu! zempzazifm' JIMMY GERALD MCLAWHON "I have fun, I jurl go ezhouz it quietly" Latin Club 2, Vice-Pres. 2 CAROLYN JANETTE MCLAWHORN "Of willy remarks ,the har a flare, maker lull' of zzoire, hrzr fuzz galore" Library Club 2, 33 F.T.A. Club 3. 41 S.A. Rep, 33 Head Majorette 33 Stunt Night 33 I-lmr. Officer 2, 3, 4 SALLIE RAY MCLEROY "HIl77lbl?72E5! if aluzzyr grace" NCHLA: Biology Club 43 Library Club 3, 43 S.A. 2, 33 Stunt Night 23 Devotional Comm. 43 Lost and Found 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Bul. Board Comm. 2 BRENDA KEEN MABRY "Aluwy5 offerizzg dz helping hand" F.H.A. 23 D.E. Club 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 4g Hi News Staff 33 S.A. Bul. Bd. 3 E. LEE MALPASS "ll"il uiirh an add fl:1z'01"' Math Club 4g Science Club 43 Biology Club 2, 4g "Miss Goldsboro Pageant"3 "God's Test Tube"3 Goldmasquers 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Social Comm. 3 JULIA MILLER MALPASS "Thaw who hrizzg Jzmrhifze Z0 the lives of ozherf mzmoz keep il from themJel1feJ" F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, County Sec. 33 F.T.A. 43 S.A. Rep. 23 I-Imr. Officer 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 2, 3 ANN CAROLE MATTHIS "Mi.fchiez'0u.f I0 Ihe imp degree" Quill and Scroll 3, 4g Biology Club 2, 33 French Club 43 Science Club 43 Hi News Staff 4, Ad. Mgr. 4g Stunt Night 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 JAMES ROY MAULDIN "Azz izzlerertifzg perfon I0 meer" J.V. Football 2, V. 3, 4g J.V. Baseball 23 S.A. Rep. HARVEY BLAIR MEDEORD "Slillr1err of permn and Jleadizzerr of fed- lured' D.E. Club JUDITH ANN MERCER "A mre mixture of Jerioumerr and f1'iv0lity" Biology Club 2, 43 F.T.A. 33 French Club 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmr. Officer 43 Reception Comm. 43 Hi News Staff 43 GOHISCA Staff 4 LEWIS WAVERLY MERRITT "MiJchie1f0ur in hir awzz way" D.E. Club 33 S.A. 3 JAMES POST MEYER "The Sciencer are b6l26ffL'El7ZH WALTER WARREN MILLER "I mre do lore tbat Southern borpilalityf' N.H.S. 3, 43 A Cappella 4g S.A. 43 Hmr. Officer 4, Murrah High School, jackson, Mississippi 2, 3 LINDA PAYE MITCHELL Tbif ir one brunette tbat enjoy! life" "Mikado", "I-I.M.S. Pinafore" EDITH ESTELLE MOORE Une are rbaped and farbiotzed by ufbat we love" Biology Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Treas. 4, French Club 4, Devotional Comm. 4, Gold- masquers 3, 4, Board 4, Rec. Sec. 4g Hmr. Officer 2, GOHISCA Staff 3 ALBERT PERSON MORRIS, JR. "He ezzjoyr ubat life bar to offef' Football 2, "Deadwood"g "Miss Goldsboro Pageant", "Towards Zero"g Goldmasquers 3, 4, Board 43 "God's Test Tube"g "Caine Mutiny Court Martial" NORMA JEAN MUMFORD "Dignity if tbe frown of cl well-bred woman" Marshal 4g Latin Club Zg French Club 45 F.T.A. Club 4 ' "M JOYCE ANNE MYRICK "Duty by btzbit if to pleorure tu1'ned" Library Club 2, F.H.A. 2, 43 Goldmasquers 19' fanny, .44 . t., ,.....A fr XJ ,. ' ' I A i . K ' e z. r, tml' ga 4 . ,vs .mv ,Q-.nn 3 Senior Class problems are quite frequent, but Mrs. Williamson is always there with a helping hand. 'fri' 5 ,pf 4'-4 'Uh ,I I Qtr'-as wi . , 1 U W 'X fwfr' MARGARET ANNETTE NOBLE "Quiet but quite izztellecttltzlu Marshal 4g Goldmasquers 41 Hmr. Officer 2, 3 Q'-"vp IPP' vp, if , Aw" Proud And Brave And True. As We Strive To Share Our Glory, Serving God And You . . . WALKER NOLAN NIV!!! lbe Senior Clmt jfftazre rome to order?" Math Club 4, Science Club 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 33 Latin Club 2, 3, Class Treas. 33 "H.M.S. Pinaforeng A Cappella 3, 4, "Amahl"1 jr.-Sri Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4g King 31 Marshal 43 Varsity Club 3, -ig Track 3, Superl. 4g Sr. Class Pres.g Ring Chm, -ig Inter. Rel. 3, 4, Chm. 4' Building and Halls Comm. 2 CHERRY MARIE O'BERRY 'Tbtvtzb beorenr for tba ability to mlb!" Hmr. Officer 3g "Miss GOHISCAI' en- trant 4g Student-Faculty Game 4, SA. Rep. 3, 4, Bul, Board Comm. 33 Social Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Dlr.-Sr. Comm. 3 PATRICIA MARLENE O'NEAL "Sbe bm tba .zbility to roar to great beigbtr' D.E. Club 2, Vice-Pres. 2g Goldmasquers 4g "God's Test Tube"g F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 1 I Historian 5 '59 4 vm r . 4 i li ! liz. ri ii li ii if 1 5 . t l 1 E, il il Ll rs. IOS Mifiiw ,M , 1 .1 3 5 . f f X . 4, v-unrrvfif 3 W folk" Sr. Comm. 3 HERMAN JARVIS PATE "Educated in hir speciality . . Latin Club 23 Biology Club 23 Wrestling 2, 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Stunt Night Comm. 33 jr.- When We Leave Our Alma Mater, Proud Of All We've Done, MARY CORINNE PATE "Lovely zo looh af, delightful 10 hnouf' N.H.S. 3, 43 Superl.3 Science Club 3, Sec. 31 French Club 43 Intra. Basketball 33 J.V. Cheerleader 2, V. 43 Devotion Comm. 33 Rep2'Co Se SA4'Sn S.A. . . 3, r. c. . . , tu t Night 3, 4 3"GOHlSCA Queen" 33 "Miss Holiday" Rep. MELVIN LEWIS PATE "A real izire fellow" S.A. Rep.3 Hmr. Officer 4 ETTA RUTH PELT "To he able lo mlh iz lol ir not lhe mort imporfaizl zhizzg in this world" Hmr. Officer 2 I60 CAROLYN VICTORIA O'TUEL "V.C.S .... The finer! rereive their re- ward" V.C.S. 43 Superl. 43 Biology Club 23 S.A. Rep. 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 EDNCSCC 23 GOHISCA Staff 3, 4, Co- Orga. Ed. 43 Goldmasquers 23 "The Em- H peror's Nightingale"3 j.V. Head Cheerleader 23 V. 3, 4, Head 43 Cheering Comm. 2, 4 . 3 I ROBERT JARRELL OVERMAN I "Dorff let fzppenmizcer fool you" Jr.-sf. 3, stunt Night 3 ' NANCY ANN WILLIAMS ' PALANTZAS "Chamc2er if higher :han inlellerf' N.H.S. 3, 4, Treas. 43 Marshal 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Biology Club 2, 33 French Club 3, 4, Pres. 43 F.T.A. 3, 4g Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 43 Bd. of Elections Comm. 3, 43 Recept. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 33 GOHISCA Bus. Mgr. 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 RUBY REBECCA PARKER 3 "She heromer lizfelier as the day progreJJe.f" 1 '23 -Q ss 1 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 43 Math Club 4g French Club 43 Biology Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Hi News staff 3, 43 GOHISCA 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 43 jr-Sr. Comm. 35 Assem. Comm. 23 N.H.S. 4 JESSE WILLIAM PARKS Hlzzdwtrial and iz worxhipper of free lime" J.V. Baseball 23 S.A. Rep. 3 LARRY GRAY PARKS "He thu! hulh iz Zmde hhzh an honor" x at-ww" 3 'iag'Q"7:V YP' 6 ffl, ,Q I 3 . f f , 3. f P V 'rzrtr 74 lr Many hours of time and energy went into producing this Homecoming float by Mrs. Autery's homeroom-Seniors, of course-and victory was theirs as they "cheered up a victory, to washout the Red Devils." 3,4 1549! 'U' 5650? Q..-no q- gh 1 ' 3 2 'X ,A i 'c Rh-I my 2 JANET PAYE PELT "Frie1zdli1zefJ tba! fan't be measured" . Biology Club 3, 42 Math Club 3, 41 Sflfflfe Club 43 D.E. Club 43 Devotional Comm. 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night Comm. 3 JAMES HUGH PHILIPS "fl liltle work 'never burz anyone" Pinafore"3 Golclmasquers 3 FRANKLIN DARRELL PORTER "He :bar keepezb bit moulb keepetb bi: life" MARY DALLAS POWELL "W'e build lbe ladder by wbicb we climb" Biology Club 23 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Stunt Night' 3 LINDSAY PAGE PRATT, JR. "He if pared witb lbe ,fkull of Jcbolarf' Marshal 43 Sr. Class Treas. 43 N.H.S. 4g Biology Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Math Club 43 Science Club 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 43 NCHSAA 'Ifennis,Tourn. 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 43 Stunt Night 33 Bd. of Elections 4. JACKIE DULAND PRICE "Girl: may kill you, but wbat a wonderful way to die" D.E. Club 43 J.V. Football 23 Hmr. Offi- cer 4 JUDY BODINE PRIVETTE "Smile and lbe world .rmilef wilb you" Marshal 43 Biology Club 2, 43 Spanish Club 43 Science Club 43 Math Club 43 "Mikado"3 Stunt Night 33 "Deadwood"3 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Devotion 2 JOHN NORWOOD RAINES "MuJir if a mucb enjoyed arf' Band 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4g Dance Band 2, 3, 43 S.A. Rep. 4 CAROL MARIE RAPER "Happir2eJJ is lbe key to a Jucreuful life' S.A. Rep. 4 PAULA ELIZABETH REITZ "A merry bear! dotb good like a medicirzd' Marshal 43 Spanish Club 43 Hmr. Officer 33 Raney AFB High School, Puerto Rico IRIS R. RIGGS "Marriage if zbe Keeley Cure for l01!E'J irztoxiralionn Library Club 23 D.E. Club 3, 4, Treas. 4g Golclmasquers 23 S.A. Rep. 43 Devotion Comm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Reception Comm. 23 Hmr. Officer 2, 3 ALAN RICHARDS "Hit actions display wbat be it Zbinkingn JUDITH ANN RIVENBARK "A good laugbing face, a friendly bearf' D.E. Club 3, FHA. 2 WILLIAM BRYANT ROGERS "To lbe dereruing ,goes zbe binary" Stunt Night 3 OLIVIA H. ROLLINS "It'J love tba! make: tbe world go 'round' , . WH an-ggi, IW uW', ,un-V W9 if gl I 5 .fag 1 f X X V aol 'C1'f"W"'!' M. ' . , QSAIIIMQRR 1-. uk M 'U l I X Q f 1 ,lr n we ' ...Q -w.W..wbv- ry . -2 I re 1-et, 2? Q' f ,""'hv ay-we ay QQ 138121 xii Fab lg Q l . ' is ' ,s , ii I fl I ii -fv- Il "'rmff" g. '4- .4 A 4 40" ,muff mvnlianrif 'STV 1.4 , ,,,Q J L .r DONALD MONROW ROOF, II "Hit only lahor war lo kill lime" MARICIA ANNE ROSS "Frierzdlinerf like her: needy no word.r" Spanish Club 4, Sec. 4, Hmr. Officer 2 SHARA MARIE ROUSSELLE "Co1zz'erraIio1z if the laboratory of the Jludezif' Library Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, A Cappella 4, Sr. Class Council 4, "Amahl", Stunt Night 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Reception Comm. 4, Library Comm. 3 JANICE ELAINE. RUDY "Every zlalzzral ar! ir graceful" F.T.A. Club 4, F.H.A. Club 2, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3: Hi-News Staff 4, Hmr. Officer 4, james Kenan Central, Warsaw, N. C. JUDITH ANN SARTINI "Life if .fbO7'l,' lefr hare fun while we may" San Diego, California DAVID HARGRAVE SCHILLER "If he Jayr he will, then you :azz depend on him lo do hir her!" Science Club 3, 4, Program Chm. 4, j.V. Basketball 2, Mgr. 2, S.A. Rep. 4, GOHISCA 4, C0-Sports Ed. 4, Visual-Aids Comm. 2, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Building and Halls Comm. 4. PATRICIA ANN SELF "A good dirpofiziorz if more raluahle than gold" N.H.S. 4, A Cappella 4, "Amahl", "God's Test tube", Hmr. Officer 3 ROBERT WARREN SHELTON "He who Jperzdr all hir life in rporf' Varsity Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, V. Foot- ball 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, V. Track 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmr. Officer 31 Bel Air High School, El Paso, Texas DOROTHY ELIZABETH SHEPARD "Nu11ief fhazz a fruilraken Band 2, 3, 4, Corp. 3, 4, Library Comm. 2, 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Hmr. Officer 3, 4 EMMETT MARION SILLS "Life har no hlerrirzg like a prudent friend" Stunt Night 2 CATHERINE LOUISE SMITH "W'he2z in dozzhf, giggle" Math Club 4, F.H.A. Club 2, 3, F.T.A. Club 3, 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, Biology Club 2, "Amahl" Spring Music, S.A. Rep. 2, Ir.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4 CONNIE JANE SMITH "A mor! alhletie girl" Latin Club 21 Biology Club 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Bd. 41 "Stage Door", "Deadwood", "Towards Zero", Inte rm. Sport 33 GOHISCA 2, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, Hmr. Officer 4, Athletic Comm. 4, Library Comm. 3. MILTON CAREY SMITH "It if her! to lizfe at a friend" D.O. Club 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2 ROLAND WRIGHT STAFFORD "Friend5hip improve: happineff' D.E. Club 3, Treas. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 ROBERT CHARLES STANCIK "A car worrhipperv Band 2, Track 4, Soph. Rep. GAIL CATHERINE STEVENS "Let friendrhip creep genlly zo cl heighf' F.H.A. 2, 3, Pres. 33 Library Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, "Mikado", Pinafore" HAROLD ALDEN STEWART "A true ulhleteu Superl. 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, V. 3, 4, V. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, V. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3 NANCY LOU STOWE "The odor ix the rore,' the Jmile lhe woman" D.E. Club 3, 4, F.H.A. CAROL JEAN STRICKLAND "Some people never.rmile,' they only grin" Biology Club 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Devotion Comm. 4, "Shepherds Song", Spring Music 4 EDGAR VANDER STRICKLAND, JR. "An earner! and friendly perfon" Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, V. Football 2, 33 V. Basketball 2, 3, 4, V. Track 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL DAMERON STROUD "There if romelhing marvelouf in mimic" Band 2, 3, 4, Quartermaster Sgt. 3, 4, Gold- masquers 3, 4, "Deadwood", Dance Band 2, Hmr. Officer 3x Sr. Council 4 BETTY BURNS SUMMERLIN "Charm and perxonalily combine to make a popular per5on" "Miss Holiday Season" 3, GOHISCA Court 3, S.A. 4, Social Comm. Chrm. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Biology Club 4, French Club 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. Chrm., "Amahl", Spring Music, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Calendar Comm. 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, GOHISCA 4, Secre- tary, Circulation Manager 4, Mixed Cho- rus 4 LINDA EARL SUMMERLIN "Alwayr fmilingg graciouf and friendly" Biology Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, French 'Club 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3g Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 4, jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, Sr. Council Rep. 4 WILLARD GORDON SUTTON "Famine ir Jeen accompanying indurlryu D.O. Club TERRY LEE STATHAM "A friendly Jmile and a good dir- porizion are wonderful rarely" Hmr. Officer 3, 4, Math Club 4, French Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Pres. 4, R.H.S., Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Rico Ordering class rings was one of the highlights of our junior year, but receiving them was an even greater moment. 'Y ff" 'T' "WU 'FQ' S .gy .W l There Is Nothing That Can Stop The Class Of Sixty-One. rl ,A 5 ,L - E u,.a..,,.1"' N"'wn-5. A I f' S 'nm I fyvfi ,fr emsf mod . W-MQ X x JOAN MAZZELLE SYKES Mari: if the lrarmoniouy wire o creation French Club 2 3' Biology Club 2' Latin H.M.S. Pinafore' Spring Music 4' ll fr I If ,, U , , , GV Club 23 A Cappella 2, 3, 43 "Amahl"3 br. 7 7 3 H Showtime ' Band 2' Music Schlr. 3' Social Comm. 3, 43 Stunt Night 3, 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 JULIE CARR TALTON "She bar a wonder-fa! renfe of humor plus an excellent perrorzalilyu Goldmasquers 3, 4, Bd. 43 "limperor's Nightingale", "God's Test tube"3 "Towards Zero"3 Soph. Bul Bd. GEORGE DEXTER TAYLOR "My life if neither pain nor pleasure" HARRIET VIRGINIA TAYLOR "A langla if zvorlb one hundred groanr in my market" Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec. 43 Marshal 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Biology Club 2, 33 Stunt Night 3, 43 GOHISCA: Ad. Staff, jr. Ed. 3, Features Ed. 4: Hi-News Staff 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Bd. of Elec- tions Comm. 4 KENNETH ROBERT TAYLOR "You may be wrong, but I'm aluiayr right" D.E. Club 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 MYRON REX TEANEY, JR. "A man ir one wlrofe body laar been trained lo be a real rerzfanf of hir mind" N.H.S. 3, 43 Marshal 43 EDNCSCC3 Pres. Soph. Class3 Semifinalist Morehead Schlr. 43 Latin Club 23 French Club 3, 43 Math Club 43 Varsity Club 3, 4, Pres. 43 Biology Club 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2. 3, 43 j.V. Baseball 23 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Hi-News Staff 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 LINWOOD E. THOMPSON "Il"l9.zl a great world of wif ir packed here" D.O. Club 3, 4g S.A. Rep. 3 LYNDA THOMPSON "Ari ir a ureful talent" MARSHA FAYE THOMPSON "Her meanr of rommuniralion will never be exhaurledu D.E. Club 3, 43 F.H.A. 2. HORACE JERALD TOTTY "Plea5ure, like quirk rilrer, if brigbl and roy" Science Club 43 Goldmasquers 43 "Gods Test tube"3 j.V. Football 23 Hmr. Officer 23 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. JACQUELWYN TROUTMAN "Her laair ir like the Jlrining Jung rlae's neat and Jufeet and full of fun" , Marshal 43 French Club 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 33 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 GOHISCA 2, 3, 43 Sr. Co-Ed. 43 Hmr. Officer 33 Social Comm. 4 KEITH TRUITT "The greaz art of learning, ir Io undertake a liltle al a time" D.E. Club 4 LLOYD H. TURLINGTON "Such a lrne gentleman ir rarely found" Varsity Club 3, 43 Goldmasquers 43 V. Basketball 3. 43 S.A. Rep. 3 CAROL TURNER "TMJ woman ir graceful and very rlyarm- Ing!! Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 43 Marshal 43 N.H.S. 43 Latin Club 23 Biology Club 23 French Club 3, 43 Hi-News Staff 3, 4, Ed. 43 GOI-IISCA Staff 33 Publicity Comm. 2, 3, 4, Chm. 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 41 Hmr. Officer 2, 41jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 LINDA ELLEN TURNER "MuZual love, llae frown of all our Hifi" D.E. Club 31 F.H.A. 2 G . X14 . U ll. Pgy 'll l fr DE Eff ll ilu. Gllii "Op mr. Ei. 3 I .lla . 1 bm W .AN lf? 511. fri 'Q i i r 7lif: l lla: +L C fi All N gf Of.. CVT 01" "Si, ll' "lf,- fffi, QW. fran O ct? "4 fl ,' V35 V. b Taj: C T' i . ir ts Bull , Cid ASL' Rf? Q 2 D.. B ,Q FRANCES OPHELIA TYNDALL "W'laoez'er perfereref will be crowned" Goldmasquers 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Jr.- Sr. Comm. 33 "Guys and Dolls" RONALD R. VICK "He ligbfr fbe world wills lbe flick of a .fwi!rb" Goldmasquers 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 3, 43 Hmr. Officer 23 "Deadwood"3 "Gods Test tube"3 "Towards ZCIOUQ "Caine Mutiny Court Martial"3 "Miss Goldsboro Pageant" JAMES VINSON "He ir iz good perfon to know bolb on and off lbe ridge" LESLIE RAYMOND VINSON "Sl2illful in eizrb fbizzg ibut be azzempzf' D.E. Club 3, Treas. 33 Basketball 23 Base- ball 2g Football 2 MARION MARGARET VITALE "Vi2aliry perronifiedu Goldmasquers 33 D.E. Club 2 LINDA DIANE WAHAB "One can alwayr tell iz wommz of good breeding' Biology Club 43 Science Club -i3 Stunt Night 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmr. Officer 3 LELAND ROYCE WALTERS "My mollo-Honerty and Izzduflryn Basketball Mgr. 2, 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 WARREN HARRY WALTERS "A real Lzlblete, lbrougla and lbrougbu Varsity Club 3, 4, Sgt-at-Arms 43 J.V. Foot- ball 23 J.V.,Basketball 23 V. Track 23 V. Football 3, 43 V. Basketball 3, 43 V. Track 5, 4 LAURA JANE WARD "TlJore ufbo are commended by everybody, muff be exlmordim1ry" Marshal 43 Sr. Class Sec.3 Superl. 43 N.H.S. 43 Goldmasquers 23 Class Bul. Bd. 3, Chm. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hi-News Staff 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Queen 33 GOHISCA 2, 3, 4g Organ. Ed. 43 V. Cheerleader 43 Reception Comm. 3, 4, Co-Chm. 43 S.A. Rep. 43 Home- coming Sponsor 4 EDNA EARLE WARREN "Sweet and Jby, nice to be wills" WILLIAM THOMAS WARREN "Merzlal pleizfurer never clay" French Club 23 Science Club 33 Visual-Aids Comm. 3, 43 Pres. 43 S.A. Rep. 2, 3 MARION WARRICK French Club 33 Science Club 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hi-News Staff 33 Hmr. Officer 2 BOBBY JACK WATKINS "Aruperba1laleze" . Varsity Club 3, 43 J.V. Basketball 2, 33 V. Basketball 43 V. Football 2, 3, 43 V. Track 2, 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 333 Recreation Comm. 3 MARY VIRGINIA WATTS "An act of goodness if of ilrelf an ar! of buppineff' Biology Club 2, '33 French Club 3, 43 Science Club 43 Band 2, 33 Znd Lt. 33 Librarian 33 A.S.B.C. 33 A Cappella 43 "Amahl"3 S.A. Rep. 2, 33 Stunt Night 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Devotion Comm. 4 ROSA LEE WEBSTER "All mmiml people .veem to be bdppyu Band 2, 3, 43 Corp. 43 Personnel Comm. 4 4' 'spew fQ9 -wi ,Q-N.-up 'WO x VU! !l23f!'9" Wigan -wwf K 1-A 44 -...ww-if ,ji wil. ,JN 11' , Vx, QQ'5fAw.-aQp!" IA ..4lK'?'if' - MW" v , r i I ik if tl RI, it X. wif ir. :il l. ll xl li I l I l l ll V lf 3 ,I 1 W L ' I l . 3. I .I .31 1 I I i 1 LE , 3, i E, K! 3, . ., i 1 2 l if ?!'!'w dana!-2,3 . vaginal g""4M.,' MQ- -, 9:44. '.W9v ag,,,,-BU' .rw--...wg Kita .. I i3f'MW'-it W1 if tg, C A dm M-76 M494 few vm.. sw' flu W. nt' mfr .K fd' Saga.: 1 'Yx '. i AC" . fi Q' ' ' 'E , x V 3 it "- WMD ' ' 2, I F' i i ALAN WEIL "Mar"-"A little nonrenre now and then, is relifhed hy the heft of men" Marshal 43 Math Club 4g French Club 3, 43 Science Club 33 Varsity Club 2, 33 Latin Club 2, Treas. 23 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 State Tourn. 2, 33 S.A. Rep. 23 Flag Comm. 3, Chm. 33 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 N.C.S.C.C. 33 Stunt Night 33 I-Imr. Officer 2, 33 Intra. Sports 2, 4 BRADFORD EARL WEISIGER, JR. "Born with iz rilver fpoon in hir mouth" Biology Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella 4g "Amahl"3 Golclmasquers 43 Bd, 43 "Gocl's Test tube "3 "Towards ZCIOUQ Revue of '60"3 Dev. Comm. 33 Reception Comm. 3, 4, Co- Chm. 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 3, 4g Class Vice-Pres. 43 Hmr. Officer 2, 3, 4 ROBERT HOWARD WHEELER "Let me have mufic dying, and I ,reeh no more delight" Superl. 43 Biology Club 2, 33 "Mikaclo"3 Pinafore"3 Golclmasquers 43 "Re- vue of '60"3 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Assembly Comm. 33 Inter-Relations Comm. 3 GEORGE LORIMER WHITMER "He that hath ptztienre may compary any- BILL WIGGINS "Let every man look hefore he leapt" D.O. Club 3, 43 S.A. Rep.3 Hmr. Officer ttmgff 3, 4 CECILIA ANNETTE WILLIAMS "Honefty if the heit polify" Hmr. Officer 2, 33 jr.-Sr. Comm. 3 CHARLES BAXTON WILLIAMS "I ,rhnll he as ferret at the grave" J.V. Football 2, 3 ' LINDA CAROLYN WILLIAMS "Nothing like striking while the iron ir hot" Marshal 43 F.H.A. 23 Biology Club 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Cafeteria Comm. 43 Golclmasquers 3, 4, Point Sec. 43 Intra. Basketball 33 Hmr. Officer 2 LORRAINE WILLIAMS "By the work one hnowr the workmmf' D.E. Club 33 'lMlkadO,'Q "God's Test tube"3 Hmr. Officer 2, 3 FRANK CLARENCE WILSON, IR. "Rivers are highwtzyr that move on, and hear ur whither we wiyh to go" Biology Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Math Club 4, Parl. 43 Golf 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. 33 Hmr. Officer 2, 33 Hi- News Staff 4 NIKKI LEE WILSON "Per5onulity plus" N.H,S. 43 Library Club 3, 4, Dist. Pres. ol NCHSLA 3, State Pres. of NCHSLA 43 A Cappella 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmr. Officer 3, 4g Sr, Bul. Bd. Comm. 43 Stunt Night 3 JOHN THOMAS WOOTERS "lVit ir the ralt of conversation" Superl. 43 Biology Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 23 A Cappella 3, 4g S.A. 2, 43 Chm. Grounds 43 "Amahl" ALBERT LLOYD YELVERTON, III "What Jweet delight iz quiet life affords" Math Club 43 Baseball 3, 4 CHARLES OSEPI-I ZUBARIK I "He who mn Jtzcrifice pleafure for duty approufher Juhlimityn Science Club 3, 43 Biology Club 33 Math Club 43 Latin Club 33 A Cappella 43 "Amahl"3 Stunt Night 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmr. Officer 33 Our Lady of Victory Acacl- emy, Plattsburgh, N.Y. '-xr' Iva, -Q'-'M .-.. L ...- ..- ,,- ..- 1 ,.. ,.., ,,- M-, '.,,,.v.. - N ,- . 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JUNIQR CLASS MISS ELEANOR SIMPSON Advisor has BILLY sToNE, Pfesiflen' JUNIORS . . . busiest year yet . . . money problems . . . ordering class rings . . . victors in the magazine drive . . . planning the junior- Senior . . . these are but a few of the memorable highlights of second year in high school. MACON REMSBURG TOMMY FRANKLIN Secretary Treasurer SUE BELL Vice-President I' Class Colors Green and White Flower Gardenia Motto To make the best, better. I . v ,Q f . qv, MS, A jf. A., , Efy g 1? 2 Q 1:--er rx A, "' .,, . 9 f r Q -1. " ' Q ,X A, 1. -ef! ..- Q aw av, ' B 6-. ,. X , 1. X ,wmv ,,y :V ,mx M -X A, ,Nagy ff .f -.s .. ev ,l I5 '5- 'P-::: Ai' it x E 21 M: 5759691 ity K if V fn 1 f, X.. tif My ,f " of Y . 4 1 1 I I ,ww f 41 M47 Vs 1: 'ai F? , i is :ff f A " , 6 fy Q if 1 H, -vm ..'-fy I V 3 ,N 1 ,v X . 'fi My V ' Jif: X 4. 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D. zbggg A - .- ' H ttyl? biflgggi mffffi Betty Abbott Ray Anderson Linda Andrews Sue Arns Rebecca Atherton Dicky Baddour Robert Bandy Annette Banks Carol Bartlett Glenn Barwick Bobby Baum Sandra Beck Billy Bedford Frank Bell Paulette Bell Sue Bell Tommy Bell Vivian Bell Frank Bennett Judy Bennett Shirley Bennett Hazel Best Ray Best Craig Blackburn Parris Blair jackie Bossert Pat Bowen Janet Boyette joe Bradel George Bradicich Donald Brantham Nancy Braswell Corinne Bridgewa jimmy Britt Michael Britt Margaret Brock George Brodie Dale Brown Peggy Brown Linda Buckner Kenneth Butler Ricky Burns Linda Cameron Nancie Carroll Ray Carpendar Calvin Carter Betsy Catt Diane Chapman Ann Coats Brenda Cooke Donna Cooke james Coombs George Cooper Carol Corrieri ter Nathan Cotton Lois Couch Gene Cowles Arthur Culbreth Sarah Culbreth Diane Dail Durwood Daniels Herman Daughtry Wayne Davenport Bill Davis Frances Davis Sally Davis Faye Deans Sandy Deaton james De Bruhl Della Denmark jay Derby Brenda Dillinger Hank Dowling Robert Driver Jimmie Dudley jim Dugan Frank Dumas Pete Duke Virginia Eakes Don Edgerton Donald Edwards Louise Ehlers Julie Ellis Linda Elmore Linda Elmore J. 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Here are some juniors trying to be the next to use the phone, or maybe they are trying to break a record? Junior Class , .55 ,W l ' , ff i Dancing at St. Stephens after the games is one of l the favorite pastimes of the students at GHS. r T Class f '62 A 213 I if ,l Ll I 1 J f A 'W :- : , . egg., K' M is ' 5 Lf , 1 - c Q2 '- . 2 '-'iff Q v J Q 'Swv j W .ff-,Zfj , wi i 5 M yy h , ' ' - . A A 44,7 -i 55 QT' Lf V 2, . li 5' in ' ll 1 A e, ' 5 , . ly f we Tyx . , ww .X M l ,w-a.,, Ii' -'P "N .fx A 'U' Q51 I ' , A 'P 'W V5, N, A4 i -'VW I s - L- - 2: '5 ' ' , ' rf E' ,, M il 3 F W I F all i i i il y , 15 . g U U , 5 my Aa, . .ww 0 , l f. ,V i, 'x ky 8 " ", ' 1 4, 2 F, ' . R A ,K J .. f, ....., lf .., ,, ,A f l -fi 1 1 Il!! ,r X , I vw . Q ,av ,,1, i My A 6 i if ff. ' 1 rw 'ISS G5 W4 A-A' g '--kg, Q Y ,x .,s ,- f Y I we! , 4 J it F I72 I5 of f i IW ,wg , . 'nf w 'nf . 'Nui' V ,..A,,, ,vu I , 4 ry? i 0 w iq "' A -,H f 'A V 6 ,. 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Fritizinger Raymond Fullerton johnny Garner Francine Garris Joyce Garris Patricia Gilreath Eddie Gomez Judy Goodson Forrest Gore Wanda Grady Spillman Grice Craig Griffin Jim Griffith Marlene Gurleyw Tommy Gwatney Linda Ham Carolyn Harmon Jack Harris Brian Harvey Bryan Haskins janet Hatch Ann Head johnny Head Betty Hilburn Sally Kay Hinson Bonnie Holloman Sylvia Hollowell Boots Horton Cooper Howell Joe Husbands Linda Ingram Carol Jackson Linda Jackson Joyce Jinnette Edith Johnson Judy Johnson Kaye Jones Charles Jones Glenda Jones Lynn Jordan Jackie Kannon Steve Kearney Ethel Keel Jean Kelly Terry Kimper Laura Neil King Jimmy Lambert Bill Lane Craig Langston Linda Langston Peggy Lassiter Ellen Lentz John Lewis Pat Liebeck Lloyd Livingston Peggy Loftin Marsha Londonberg Carolyn Love Cecil Lupton Donald Lynn Andy McClenny Thersa McCool Linda McCormick Robert McKenzie Leroy Manning Brenda Mantooth Ronnie Marago Terry Markley Mary Sue Massey George Mikell John Miller La Donna Miller Woodrow Mitchell Carolyn Moore Jimmy Moore Karen Moore Nancy Moore Wesley Moore Jerzy Mooring Betty Muller Jinx Muller Billy Murry 'ISGIH E. .-L... nm 'U' .0 'H' , A if ' f Az 23,4421 x gh, .v x f f 1. fu K 2 ff 1 S F 1 ,,.-0 fo-as 1 "1 .. . :Vx ff 2' R '? -4 "K, 07:51 I. is 1 fv' 'FU' 1 + -evo' f ' 1 " 7 . ,,,., 1 I Q all f Qfftqsny 122' gg Hz. 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'Elf' an fl, 33' Ray Stallings NE r , V 'f A ' e ,I jo ce Starling 'fl ' V 'NW i 'T'-ff us, ' Q, Y S 2 Q . A . , Douglas Stewart ix N X b Q ' Bill Stone . john Strickland . , , 1 f, gm MQ Margaret Ann Strickland f ' .gk V , 'A V. f'- as , L f" "ffl Tv- -as Becky Stroud 1 -i it A ' W, L? :Q 4 M ' Simon Suggs 2 ...am ...:. 4 .al 'mfg 7 'M",ff ""' June Sullivan X I rr 2 gf Q 'lt f Eileen Sutton f Emmie Tanner M Q g - S ,. Q Gary Taylor N 1 nr l' "' 'cr 4 M ' an ,G Harry Taylor A , ' Mi E ,fl I X 2 Peggy Taylor ' - r J 'jf X Miglia Luke Thomas f Qi? l " l 1 ,. 'vvt i V V Kent Thompson W 1 3 jerry Tracktenburg 2, n l " W 5, -. sr.. . 'R' 455 Kitty Trotto ' H l Q- I I . Q L. S I N, t Wesley Turnage -. -,.,, I. ff .-,, 4 f 'M' x. s, W: Sam Turner if I " A Ai ' , i , Carol Ann Utly 1 " I . f t f , Betsy Vanderburg A Patsy Varner A , K "5 "N I , , LR jim Vaughan an 'T 9' ' 'Nm ' iv in ' 4, M 5 ig . Harriet Vinson N . Q, I ,Mm N - 'V My ' Billy Wade T A, ' f J, f V V! , V Mack Wade -f' Q if S WW Q Barbara Walston Q Norma Walton FKA he K , 51 ,V 59- 'R gg:-, Q 7 Richard Watson 2- ,T W ,- J ' g Judy Watkins ,A A 5 'T' S ,fi Bo Wessell "' " ' ,M fi Larry West ,l if Lf" I . I r The bonfire is one of the big parts of homecoming The students had a ball doing the bunny hop. Junior Class I75 4 i i 1 l 3 X. I - '- I. ,. -' 1 14 X ,N , . ' ' 7 ,Q ,-we "ex f W r - f- f" 'ISR 7: fl- New M ig "5 , QQ , nf 'fr 3 ,J I -A 1 L .A in f fra! I' 4 g 4V i s 2:5 I ii" ff 5 'ff' 'M' f 2 V' ur' A if 5 i lf'-U. 'Q f 7 'V M 'f f,, 51" FQ' Q ' ' A' 1. 'l f gc , I .1-rbi, ,Z ., -: -. f . Z K I , mix 5 ' ' A .J - i - I ff, f i 'T' X: nf , dll.. . H7 ' iff, V 4 ' c wr W Z .7 ,h . ff 4 i 1 A , Scvevlv, , 4 3, l I 2 ,,, Gary Zaccagnini Mary Wiggs Bill Williams Chuck Williams Gene Williams Sylvia Williams W. J. Williams Linda Williford Danny Wise Charles Woodard Shelia Woodcock Tony Worrell Paula Yelverton The Class of '62 salutes our football team 'ff V 'www f jo Ann Zambelli Friendship has its ups and downs. il Junior Class Song The juniors of Goldsboro High School are we: Our class we'll remember where'er we may be S To our dear school we will always be true Q We'll strive to do right in whatever we do The juniors 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 5 We hope the class of '62 4 Will stand o'er the rest. I76 y, ws, M- The Junior Class is very proud of its bulletin boards. Here, two juniors fix our bulletin board 4 J .Uv 1 1 c 'I 1 1 , , 1 . M 'dent WYER, Pfesl SOPHOMORES . . . new way of life . . . from junior to Senior High . . . collecting insects for Biology . . . numerous extracurricular activi- ties . . . our first look at Stunt Night . . . will we ever forget our first year at GSI-IS? GALE WILSON JERRY EDWARDS Secretary Treasurer MISS INA MIXON Advisor .yd X . , .P DOT HULTZ Vice-President ,ff w. c 4 -537' 43,3 5 .1 . Tiili I 'Nl I PLD SILXTESY AI' mr x ' rv 1,91 A ' - , . .xi Q 'V l s Q A I , VT i . s . 1 1 TQ A, A " 5 sz , ' .I I if I 1 Q. X Wim .J--'Qxs , J"-...Nu Class Colors Purple and White A Flower Iris Motto Seek for the wood, and cherish it. Z3 l L Jinx Abbott Shirley Adams June Alexander Sandra Alford Kay Anderson Jeralyn Armatis Betty Lou Aycock Robert Aycock Jimmy Bahen Jarvis Bailey Lester Bailey Bobby Barbera Tommy Barden Peggy Barefoot Judson Barnes Cathy Barnett Dixie Bartlett Earl Bass Bruce Bauer Judi Beal Valerie Bekshaw Loumes Blackman Jean Blankenhorn Jeanne Boone Susan Boyette Jenny Branch Connie Brewer Howard Brown Nancy Brown Paul Brown Libby Bryant Suzanne Bunch Connie Burns Carol Burrage Sondra Burton Cathy Buttery Rose Butler Danny Butts June Campbell Mary Jo Campen Bobby Cannaday Elaine Cannon Mike Cannon Bill Carr Barbara Carter David Carter Mearlean Carter Kenneth Casey Sandi Catalano Allen Caudell Robert Church John Clark Steve Clark Pat Cohen Kay Combs Terry Conway Larry Cooke Jerald Coor Douglas Corbett Lee Cornelius Sammy Cox Vicky Cox Jimmy Creech David Crisp Lynn Croom Ches Crow Delayne Crumpler Eddie Crumpler James Daniels Thurman Daroek Donald Davenport Annette Davis Ronnie G. 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Hines Margaret Hinson Sandra Hinson Jimmy Holloman Edward Honrine Mary Margaret H Camille Houck Elaine Howard Barbara Howell David Howell Patricia Howell Dot Hults Jerry Jackson Carolyn Jernigan Hope Jesse Judy Johnson Pam Johnson Ann Jones Donald Jones La Nelle Jones i80 Some sophomores think that love conquers all. Class f '63 Plans for the sophomore picnic always create enthusiasm iii Kenneth Jordan Ernestine Kearney Eugene Kearney Kathy Kearney- Larry Kersey Thurman Kidd Betty Killette Jimmy King Barbara Klapthor Johnny Koonce Kelly Kornegay Kay Kushner Donnie Langston Mike Larson Linda Lee Buddy Lewis Eugene Lewis Eugene Lewis Patricia Lewis Walter Lewis Gerald Littleton Charles Livingston Sherry Lunt Dickie Lynch Linda Malpass Judy Mayo Charlotte McBarron Vernon MCGaughy Joey McGroarty Fuller Mclntyre Jo Ann McKeel Bill McKelvy Danny McKelvy Ricky McLawhon Janice McMahon Julian McMillan Donna Merritt Linda Merritt Judy Minton Jerry Moore June Moore Darlene Morrison Doris Mozingo Marie Mozingo Harry Muir Wiley Munden Pam Munkvold Joe Nassef Betty Needham Bonnie Noel Linda Nolan Patricia Oddo Janie Odom Patricia Olson Jimmy Otwell John Parker Barbara Parks Mike Parrell Henry Parrish Peggy Pascoe Harold Pate Pat Patrick Faye Peacock Frances Pearce Emma Pelt Douglas Pender Linda Penuel Jack Peoples Rex Pepkin Carol Person Bobbe Sue Persons Mary Ann Pike Robert Pittard Donna Poole Frank Porpotage Barbara Powell Paige Preston Bobbie Price Gerald Register Connie Robertson Marilyn Roesch Judy Rogers Jane Rooks Judy Ross 8I 4' f 45V J m J J 'RP f ... 1 FN , ' 'mr we - .a J Q' 5 ic M J: iw A D' 1 ff- fV ' .fm - .. 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Founders Machinists Mill Supplies Steel Fabricators Metal Windows TELEPHONE 734-34II Goldsboro North Carolina V I A 1...- l l v E l I l l :l l Z l ig CENTRAL RESTAURANT BUILDER'S SUPPLIES CO '03 NOFH1 Genie' Building Ma+erials GOLDSBORO Ready Mixed Concre+e Bill Williams 734-432' Proprielor IO9 W. Vine Goldsboro, N. C. l i V Fashion, Qualify, Service TO THE CLASS OF 'bl . . . Weil's, serving you and your family for 96 years, wishes 'ro exlend i+s hear+ies'r ,z I fu , I Q f . ,.' I E, 1 T I Q' 0 y I nl I ff X T ' ly l' 1 I V fy Q3 -gc, .- -, s x ..'- D - 5 . x it s'y 'L lug congralulalions and besl' wishes for l'he fufure. HOUSER INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance-Real Esfale I2I N. John S+ree+ 735-l730 "A l-louser House ls a Home" SKINNEY'S CRAWFORD-NORWOOD CO. DRIVE-IN 5, 0 W .29 gg Realfofs "Mee+ your friends V II2 S. John 734-485I here af-I-er kj eoLDsBoRo, N. c. me games... E. Ash Exfension Goldsboro, N. C. BORDEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY "We produce The finesf coHon yarn." 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Croom, Lynn ,,,,,,,,,, Crow, Chess ,,,,,.,,.,,., Crumpler, Delayne Crumpler, Eddie , ..,, ,,,,,,,. . Crumpler, Jimmy rttrr .,,,..... Culbreth, Arthur .,,,,,, .,,...... Culbreth, Sarah ..,,... ,,,.,,.. Cutler, Kirk .r .,.,,.,,,. -D- Dail, Diane .C Dale, Clifton ,..,.. Daly, Glenda .,,,,,,,, Daly, Janet .,,,.,,,.,,,. Daniels, Durwood , Daniels, James Daniels, T. ,rrr r Darock, Thurman Daughtry, Herman Davenport, Donald Davenport, Wayne Davis, Annette Davis, Annette ,,,,, Davis, Bill ,,....,,,, Davis, Bob ,,,,,,,. Davis, David .,.... Davis, Frances .,,,,,, Davis, Mary ,,...,,,, Davis, Ronnie G. . Davis, Ronnie L. , Davis, Sally .,,... Deans, Faye ....,, Deason, Jimmy ,,,., Deaton, Anne .,,..,,... ........ Deaton, Mary jane Deaton, Sandy ..,..,.,. ,,,.,... DeBruhl, James .,..,,,,,, ,,....,. Dempsey, Mary jo Denmark, Della .,... ,,.,,... Denmark, Judi ,,,,,,,,,, ..,..... Denmark, Patience Derby, Jay ..,..,,,.,.,,,,.,. ......,, Dewey, Steele ....,,,,, Dickerson, Roma ,,,..... ...,,... Dillinger, Brenda Durney, john ....... ..,,.,.. Dowling, Hank .,... ........ Driver, Robert ,, Dudley, jimmy ,,,.,,, .....,,, Dugan, Jim ,,,,,,,r Duke, Pete .,,. Dumas, Frank .,.,,, Dunlap, Richard ..,.. ,,,,,.,. -E- Eakes, Virginia ,,,,,.. ,,,,.,.. Easley, jack ,,,,,..,., Edens, Don ..,,,,,.,, Edgerton, Don ..,,.,,,,.....,.. ,,,..,.. Edmundson, Haywood ..,,, ,....... Edmundson, Margaret ..,.. ....,... Edwards, Delores ,,,,,, .ssstttt Edwards, Donald ttttrr ......,, Edwards, Gail .,,,.,, ........ Edwards, Jane ,,,.,. Edwards, Jerry ,,.,.,... ,....... Edwards, Randall ., Ehlers, Louise ,....., ....,,,, Ellis, julie .,,,.,,..... Ellis, Dottie rrrr Ellis, jenny ,tttr Ellis, Steve .,,,,.,...,,. ,,,.... Elmore, Linda ...,,,, ....... Elmore, Linda ..,,,,. . ,,., .t Etheridge, J. D. ittt. ..,,,. A Etheridge, Wilber Evans, Henry .....,,,,,. ....... Evans, Katie .....,.. Evans, Nancy .,,......., ....... Everhart, Dickie ....... ....... Ezzelle, Marian ..,,.,,.,.. ,,..,.. -F- Fail, Brrry ,,,., lllll. Fiiril Fiirri liirrl Farsrrr Firms Firmr Firrrrr Frrmi Farris Freldr lllijli' liaise lorrr 1 lorry rorsy lrrrlr Prirrlr limi Frank Freda Freerr Fritz. Frirzi. Fuller Furrel Grrrzr Grrrr Girrr Gcisir Gerrr Gillii Grlrc, Glidl Godir Gomr Good Good Gore Grrdi Grrrrr Grrr: Grin: Grits. Grits, Griiff Griiii Grifig Grifrr Fail, Bobby 11111 1 Faircloth, Glenn 1 Faircloth, Johnny 1 Faircloth, Judy 1 Faison, Denny 1 11 1 Farmer, Durwood 11 Farmer, Lin ..,.. Farmer, Robert eeeee Farmer, Tommy 11 Farris, Judy 1 Fields, Mary Janet Floars, Vernon 1 1 Flowers, Tommy 11 Fonvielle, Barbara 11 Forester, Jill ,rr,, Forsythe, Butch ..,, 1 Franklin, Joey 1. Franklin, Tommy .1 Franks, Donald ..,.,. Franks, Louis 1. Frederick, Linda 11 Freeman, Bobby Fritz, Jean ,,,,...,,.,,,, Fritzinger, D. rdrrr 1 Fullerton, Raymond Futrell, Joe 1 1 -G- Garner, Johnny 1 Garris, Francine ..,.., Garris, Joyce ..,,... Geisler, Deanna 11 Gerrity, Tom rrccc Gillikin, Haywood 11 Gilreath, Patricia 1 1 Gladhill, Habard cccc Godwin, Steve .,,,,, Gomez, Eddie ucccc Gooch, Robert .,,,,, Goodson, Judy ,u.,,u,. Gore, Forrest ,,,,... Grady, Wanda ...,,. Grant, Frankie .ecce Grantham, Kenneth Grantham, Sandra 11 Grice, Clifton ,,,,,. Grice, Spillman ..,... Griffin, Bob .,..... Griffin, Craig ,,c,,, Griffin, Pat ....,,,,, Griffith, Jim eeeeeec PORTRAIT DIRECTORY 11111111171 1 .,,,.. 153 11111111172 11111111172 1111111180 111111153 11111153 153 1 ,,,.,, 172 1 eceicc 153 11 ,.... 172 1111111180 11111111180 11111111180 11111111180 11111111172 11111111180 .111111.172 11111111180 11 eee, 153 11111111172 1 eecee, 172 .111.1.1180 1111111172 11111111172 11111111153 1 ...,., 172 1111.1..1172 1111111172 ,111111118O 11111111180 1111111153 11111111172 1..11...180 .11..11118O 1.1...1.172 11.10.1153 11111111172 11.11.1172 11111111172 1111111180 1111111153 11111111153 1111111180 11111111172 11.11.1180 11111111172 11111111180 1111111172 Gurley, David 11 Gurley, Dean Gurley, Marlene 1 Gurley, K. C. Gwatney, Tommy -H- Hadden, Robert 11 Hales, Grace ureee Ham, Carey 11 1 Ham, Linda 1 Hare, Lynda ,,,,,.,, Harley, Jim 1 Harmon, Carolyn Harris, Jack 1 Harrison, Pauline Harrison, Penny Harvey, Brian Haskins, Bryan 1 Haskins, Bryan rece Haskins, David ,cce Hatch, Janet Hatch, Joyce .,,,, Hauser, Frank 1 11 Head, Ann ,.,,,, Head, Johnny .,,... Heath, Bobby Heath, Richard Heller, Harry Helms, Migeon .1 Helms, Phyllis Henderson, Bo eee, Henderson, Jimmy Henry, C. reeeeeccc 1 Herring, Danny 11 Herring, Hilda reee Herring, Jimmy 1 Hilburn, Betty ,,,,,, Hilger, Anne 11 Hill, Janice ,ecces Hill, Linda 1 1111 Hill, Mike 1 11 11 1 Hindman, Charles Hines, C. eeceeec 1 Hinson, Margaret Hinson, Sally Kay Hinson, Sandra .,,, Holland, Mary Susan .,.,.,,, Holloman, Bonnie 11 11 1 Holloman, Jimmy Hollowell, Sylvia eeeeee eeeee., 153 153 172 153 172 154 154 180 172 154 180 172 172 154 180 172 172 172 154 172 180 154 172 172 154 180 180 154 180 180 180 154 180 180 180 172 180 180 154 180 154 180 180 172 180 154 172 180 172 Jones, , l Jones, Holmes, Charlotte Honrine, Edward Hood, Johnnie Hood, Graham 1 Hooks, Carolyn 1 Hooks, Charles Hooks, Mary 11 1 Horton, Boots 1 1 Houck, Camille 1 Houck, Roger 1 Howard, Elaine Howe, Gene 11 1 Howell, Howell, Barbara 1 Cooper 11 1 David 1111 11 11.1 Patricia 11 1111 Hults, Dot ..111 11 1 Howell, Howell, Marie 1 Howell, ' ' Hulse, Diana 1 1 Husbands, Joe 1 Ingram, Ingram, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, -1- Emmette Linda 1 -J Carol 11 11 Carolyn . Jerry 11 Linda 11 Jacobs, Louis . .1 Jernigan, Carolyn Jernigan, Ruby 11 Jesse, Hope 11111 11 Jinnette, Joyce 1 11 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnson, Johnson Edith Judy 1 Judy Melvin 111 Pam 1 1111 , Warren 1 Jones, Anne 1 11 Charles 11111... 111. . 1. Jones, Donald 1 1 Jones Glenda ..1,1 Kay 11111111 Jones, La Nelle Jones, Z. R. 1.11.. 1 Jordan, Buddy 11111 Jordan, Kenneth 154 180 154 154 155 155 180 172 180 155 180 155 180 173 180 155 180 155 180 173 155 173 173 155 180 173 155 180 155 180 173 173 173 180 156 180 156 180 173 180 173 173 180 155 156 181 I99 Jordan Lynn oyner Mackie Kannon ackie Kannon Tommy Kasell Mary Kearney, Ernestine Kearney, Eugene 11 Kearney, Kathy 11 Kearney, Steve .,.rrr Kearney, Tommy 11 Keel, Ethel .... ..., Keen, Jerry .,,.rrr Keen, Judy ,rrrrrr Kelly, Jean .,,rrr,..r PORTRAIT DIRECTORY Lewis Walter Liebick Pat Lippert Giles Littleton Gerald Livingston Charles Livingston Lloyd Loftin Peggy Loftin Portia Londonberg Marsha Love Carolyn Lunt, Sherry 1111 Lupton, Cecil 1 Lynch, Dickie 1111 Lynn, Donald McBarron, Charlotte Medford Harvey Mercer Judy Merritt Donna Merritt Lewis Merritt Linda Mikell George Miller John Miller La Donna Miller Walter Mitchell Linda Mitchell, Woodrow Moore, Carolyn ...... Moore, Edith ....... Moore, erry ...... Moore, Jimmy .r.., Moore, une ......, Moore, Karen .,,,.,, Moore, Nancy .......... ....,.,., Moore, Wesley ...,,. 's 'K 's Q 1 , . ,.--.----..r..., ,,,.,-,.r. . 173 ' , ..,,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.. 181 , ,,,,,,,,,.----,-,--,,----, 158 0'Tu 1 1 ' vwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ---- 1 56 ' ' , .,,..,,..........,...,.,...,.,..,. 173 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 153 Owe ' , ' .,,,...... .............,.,.,. 1 57 ' , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 131 Oven ..K- I , ..,.,,. . .. ....181 ' , ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 158 Oven l u , ......... ...... 1 81 ' , ' --,-,,,'---.-v----------- H-181 Kallette, Betty ........,...,rrrrr r,r,,.. 181 1 ' 'ccrccc'cc 5 5 cc"" 181 f '------'----------------- ---175 , J 1- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 173 , 7 , -aaaaaaa--a+--t-a 1 --aa 173 ' , ...,.,...............,........ 173 , 1 , ,,,,,r, ,,,,,r r,rrrr 1 16 5 5 5 gg 1 , ,,,,,,,,,,,-,aa,-al--, --173 P111 , .....,,.,,,.r,,,,,,,.,.... 5 .rart 156 ' V173 1 1 1 -r'------------'-----'--' -5159 P1111 ' ,rrr,r ,.r.,..,r,.,., 1 181 ' ' c'cc 5 5 """' 181 5 -----------------r---'----4- 159 pm 181 1,3 173 1111 181 181 173 P111 173 173 159 Parks 156 1 181 P111 175 175 P111 156 M J 181 Parls 157 175 Parte 173 181 175 pam 157 173 175 pm, Kennedy, Bobby 1 Kenyon, Arnold ...,.. ,,,ir,.,r Kersey, Larry rrrrrr Kersey, Lesley .,,,,r, ...,,r,,, Kimper, Terry ..rrr,, King, Jimmy ,,,,i,,,,,r, ,,,,,.,,, King, Laura Neil ,,,,.,,, ,,,,.,,,, King, Thomas ........., ,,,,,,,,. Klapther, Barbara .,,.., 1 ..,,,,.,, 1 Kleinert, Carol ....,,,, ..,,...,. Knight, Jeanette 11 Koonce, Johnny ,,,..... ..,,,...,. Kornegay, Kelly 11 Krieger, Joan .....,. ,,,,,,,., Kushner, Ray ..,.,,, -L- Lambert, Jimmy 11 Lane, Bill ,,,.........,,, .,...,... Lane, Frances ,,,..,, Langston, Craig .,,,,..... ,,..,,,., Langston, Donnie 1 Langston, Linda ,,,,., ,,,,,,.., Larson, Mike ..,,,,, rrrrrr Lassiter, Peggy 11 .rrr ,,.,,, 1 1 Lee, Linda ,,,,,,,, Lentz, Ellen ,,,,,.., Lewis Buddy .,,.,. Lewis Eugene ....... Lewis John Lewis, ' ' Lewis 200 Patricia ,,,,, ..,,,,,.. Theresa 1 11 ,,,,,, McClenny, Andy ......., 1 McClenny, Bill .,.,. McCool, Thersa 11 McCormick, Betsy ...., McCormick, Linda 11 McDonald, Lou Ella McGaughy, Vernon .rrrr McGroarty, Joey .,,,, 1, Mclntire, Joe ,,..,,, McIntyre, Fuller .,,,., McKeel, Jo Ann .,.., ..,...., McKelvy, Danny ..,., .......,, McKensie, Robert ......,, ...,,,.,. McLamb, Judy ..,..,,.... ,.,,,.-,. McLaren, James ,,,....,,, .,,,,.,,, McLawhorn, Carolyn McLawhorn, Jimmy 11 1. 11 McLawhorn, Ricky 1 11 McLeroy, Sallie .1.1111111.1 .111..... McMahon, Janice 1111.... .,,,..... McMillan, Julian 111.11 Mabry, Brenda 11111 Malpass, Judy 111111. Malpass, Lee 11...1111 Malpass, Linda 111.11 Manning, Leroy 11111,.1 Mantooth, Brenda ...1 Manton, Judy .......1 Marago, Ronnie 1111.. Markley, Terry 1111.111 Massey, Mary Sue ..11 Matthis, Ann Carol Mauldin, Jimmy 1..1.1 Mayo, Judy .11111..1.. 157 173 157 173 157 181 181 158 181 181 181 173 158 158 158 158 181 158 181 181 158 158 158 181 173 173 181 173 173 173 158 158 181 Mooring, Jerry ..... Morris, Albert .,.1.1 Morrison, Darlene 11 Mozingo, Doris .11..1 Muir, Harry 1.....11. Muller, Betty .....1..1 Muller, Jinx 1.1.1..111 Mumford, Norma 11 Munden, Wiley .11111 Munkvold, Pam ...1 Murry, Billy 11111 Myer, Jimmy ..1.1 Myrick, Joyce .1...11 .N- Nassef, Joe .........1.. Needham, Betty ...111 Newsome, George Noble, Annette ...1 Noel, Bonnie .1,...11. Nolan, Linda 1.......1 Nolan, Walker ..1.. Null, Harry .........1. -0- O'Berry, Cherry ....11 Oddo, Patricia 11...1. Odom, Janie ..11.111.1 Oliver, Mary Jo 11 Olson, Patricia .1.1111 O'Neal, Pat ..11.... 111111111158 1111111111'73 111111111159 181 Q 181 1111111111181 173 173 1 159 181 1 11 1111.1111 181 173 5 ,1 159 1 1 r 181 181 .11.....1174 1 159 181 1 181 1 159 174 159 1 181 181 174 181 159 -ip Pasco Pasco Pate, Pate Pate. A Pate. Pitrit Petro Peirce 1 Pearsi Pears Pelt, Pelt, Pelt, Pelt, Pendi Penny Pemn Peopl Pepki Perry Perso Perso Peter: Philif Phipt Pictili Pike Pittar Polls Poole Pope. POWQ v ' O'Tuel, Vickie Otwell, Jimmy Q .. Overman, Betsy Overman, Jarrel . ..p.. PORTRAIT DIRECTDRY ........160 ........181 ........174 ........160 Palantzas, Ann W. . ... ..... 1 60 Parker, Becky ..,.e.,.eee. e...e,., 1 60 Parker, Borden e.....e 1e...,ee 1 74 Parker, John .,.eeer ,1A.1... 1 81 Parks, Barbara ..,,rrr ........ 1 81 Parks Barbara .,...aa .,..f... 1 7-4 Parks, Bill ..,..a..,ai .,....a. 1 60 Parks Parks 3 Gwen ...,..i Larry ,,..... Parrell, Mike ....,,. Parrish, Henry ,,r,,rr Parrish, Sue ......r Pascoe, Peggy ..c.,rr Pascoe, Richard .,i.. Pate, Pate, Corinne ..... Harold ....,,. Pate, Jarvis .,,..... Pate, Melvin .,...,. Patrick, Pat .,.... Peacock, Faye ..... Pearce, Frances .,,... Pearson, Pamela ...,,i.i Pearson, Ronald .,...... Pelt, Emma .....,..., Pelt, Janet .,,,..... Pelt, Julius ........,r Pelt, Ruth ........,...,. Pender, Douglas ...,.,.. Pennywitt, Shelia ........ Penuel, Linda .,..,. Peoples, Jack ...,. Pepkin, Rex ..,... Perry, Jean .,,.. Person, Carol ,...,. Persons, Bobbie .. Peterson, Martha Philips, Jimmy .. Phipps, Larry ,...,. Piccilo, Sandra .. Pike, Mary Ann Pittard, Robert ., Pollock, Jimmy .. Poole, Donna .... Pope, Barbara .,.. Porpotage, Frank ........17-4 ........16O ........181 ........181 ........174 ........181 ...174 ........160 ........181 ..-Liao .,......16O ........181 ........181 ........181 ......r.174 ........174 ........181 ........161 ........174 ..,.,..,161 ......,-181 ........174 ........181 ........181 ..,.....181 ........174 ........181 ........181 ........174 ........161 ........174 ........174 ......--181 .......-181 ........174 ........181 ........174 ..,......181 Porter, Darrell ..,.,,.. ....... Powell, Bobby .. Powell, Barbara .,.... .,,,,.. Powell, Mary ,,,..,, ,,,..,. Pratt, Lindsay ......, ..,,.., Pratt, Charles ...,r Preston, Paige ,,.r, Price, Ann ,,,,,,,r Price, Bobbie ..... Price, Duland ,,... Price, Joan ....,r Price, Price, Minnie .,.,, Virginia ,..., Privette, Judy .....,i Probeck, Jack ..... Proctor, Bill .,,,r,..i -R- Raines, John ....... Raper, Carol .,..., .,,.... Raulston, Sally ..,.,,,.. ..,,... Reauwein, Bill ..,..., ....... Reddington, Mike Register, Betty .....,... ....... Register, Gerald ...,. .,.,,.. Reitz, Paula ............ ..,,,,, Remsburg, Macon Richards, Alan ...,..,. ,,..... Richerson, Martha Ridgeway, Gary .,,... ,.,,,.. Riley, Mike .......... Rivenbark, Judy e.,.,. ....... Roberson, Betty ........ ......, Robertson, Connie Robertson, Janice Robinson, Barbara Rodgers, Bill ..r.,,,,.,., .,,,.r, Roesch Rogers, Rogers, Judy ........ Rollins, Oliva ..,,.r Roof, Don ....... Rooks, Jane .,.,.,r Ross, Judy ............ Rousselle, Shara ..,... ..,.... Rowe, Kenneth ..... ...,... Rudy, Jan .,,,...,..,........ ....... -5- Sartmi, Judy ..,..,,, ...,... , Marilyn ...... .r,.... Charles ........ ....... .161 .174 .181 .161 .174 .161 .181 ........174 ......,.181 .,......161 ........174 ..,...,,174 ........174 . ....... 161 . ........ 174 174 161 161 174 174 174 174 181 161 174 161 174 174 174 161 174 181 174 174 161 181 174 181 161 162 181 181 162 182 162 162 Sasser, Billy ,,.... Sasser, Deleon . ...... a aaaa 1 Satterfield, Benton Satterfield, Lena . . Sawyer, Doug . Schenk, Jeanne .... . Scott, Mike ,........... Schiller, David ...... Self, Pat ...... ........ Selsor, Barbara ...... Sewell, Donald ,. .. Seymour, Connie . .... ....,... . Seymour, Jenny .... Shannon, Pat ...... Sharpe, Anna .....,.. Sheard, Bobby . ..... . Shelton, Bob ..,.... Shelton, John ......., Shepard, Dorothy ,.,.. ..,,,,,, Shown, Randy .....,.. Shriner, Larry . .... . Sheers, Peggy ...... Sills, Emmette . Simmons, Donald ..... ......,., Singleton, Leslie Smith, Connie ....... Smith, Eula . Smith, Helen ...... Smith, Jimmy ..... Smith, Kaye .....,, Smith, Maxine Smith, Milton ..... Smoot, George ..... Snipes, Helen ...... Snipes, Ronnie ,..,. Southerland, Danny Southerland, Jimmy Southerland, Kay ...... ........ Sparrow, Laura ...,.. Spencer, R. E. ...., . Stafford, Charles ..,.. ,......., Stafford, Roland ..... ..,..... Stair, Arthur .......,,. Stallings, Kay ........ Stallings, Ray ....... Stancik, Robert ...... Starling, Joyce .. Starr, B111 ......,... Steele, Linda ...... Stevens, Gail ...... Stevens, Stewart, Douglas .,,.... .,..,.... Stewart, Hal ...... Gary ........ ..,,...,. 182 182 182 174 182 174 182 162 162 182 182 182 174 174 182 182 162 182 162 174 174 174 162 182 182 162 174 174 182 162 174 162 182 182 182 174 174 174 175 182 175 162 182 175 175 162 175 182 182 163 182 175 163 20I Stewart, Michael . , . ....... Stewart, Pat . Still, L. D. Stone, Bill . eete tttl . Stowe, Nancy eee..1....... ....... Strickland, Carol .,,,,,, ,....,, Strickland, Edgar .,,. Strickland, john ,rii Strickland, Kenny ,. Strickland, M. Ann Stroud, Becky eeceeeii Stroud, Michael eeiii Suggs, Simon ,.,... . PORTRAIT DIRECTORY 182 182 182 175 163 163 163 175 182 175 175 163 182 175 Sullivan, June ....,, ..... ......., Summerlin, Betty .,,.,. ..,.,,,, Summerlin, Linda . Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Eileen .,..... 163 11.0.1163 .. ...,,,.. 175 Nina Rae ...... ,,,.,.,. 1 75 Patsy .. ,,., .. PCESY -----'- Willard ,..., Sykes, Mazzelle ..e,, .T- Talton, Julie ...,..,. .. 11,1,1,1 182 .. ,,,,,,.. 182 . .. ,.,11 163 . ,,,,.,., 164 164 Tanner, Emmie ,,,.,. .,,.,.., 1 75 Taylor, Gary ,,,,,,,., .175 Taylor, George rrrrr ,164 Taylor, Harriet .,,,,, ......,. 1 64 Taylor, Harry .. 1 .,.,... .175 Taylor, john rrrr,rr,, .182 Taylor, Kenneth ..,...,, ........ 1 64 Taylor, Peggy .rrrr ....,.,. 1 75 Teaney, Rex .,., .,..... .164 Thomas, Luke ..,,.... ....,... 1 75 Thomas, Ray .....,.. ,..,.... 1 82 Thomas, Sue ......,.....,, .....,., 1 82 Thompson, Annette ,.... .,.,..,, 1 82 Thompson, Kent .,,.,. .....,.. 1 75 Thompson, La Rose ..... .,,,.... 1 82 Thompson, Lewis .....,... ,.,,.,.. 1 82 Thompson, Linwood ,,.,,,, ,...,,, . 164 Thompson, Lynda .....,,,. .....,.. 1 64 Thompson, Marsha ...,,.. .,..,,.. 1 64 Thornton, Sterling ..,.., ........ 1 82 Tractenberg, Danny .,,., .....,,. 1 82 Tractenberg, Jerry ..,.... ,,...... 1 82 Toddy, jerry .,,.,,...... ........ 1 64 Trotto, Kitty ,,,,....... ...,.,.. 1 75 Troutman, jackie ...... .,,,..,. 1 64 Truitt, Keith ..,,.,,....... - ..... 164 Turlington, Lloyd .. 202 .,r,... .164 Turnage, Wesley .. Turner, Turner, Turner, Twiggs, Carol . . .. Linda ..,.,, Pat ..,,,,,rrr Jimmy rrrr Tyndall, Frances 1 Weil, Alan .....rrr,, Weisiger, Brad . . Wessell, Bo eree . 1 West, Larry eeeeeeree .. Westbrook, Carolyn Wheeler, Robert .rrr -U.. Utley, Carol Ann ,,.... rrrr,rr -V- Vanderburg, Betsy Varner, Patsy ..,.,..., ,,., .,.,... Vaughan, jim .rrrr Vick, Ronnie ........ Vinson, Harriet .. .. Vinson, jim ,r..,... Vinson, jimmy ,,,.,,. ,...... Vinson, Raymond .,...., .,,.,.. Vinson, Sammy ...,... ....,, Vitale, Marion ......, ....... -W- Wade, Billy ,rr,,,... Wade, Lorraine eeere . . Wade, Mack .,r.,, . Wahab, Diane ,,,..,. ,,,,,,, Walston, Barbara ...... .,,.,,, Walston, Earnest eeeee... .,.,,,., Walters, Carolyn ,,,,.,.. ..,,.., Whitmer, George 1 Whitner, jimmy .,.. Whitney, Mike A Wiggins, Wiggins, Beverly . Bill . . Wiggs, George . Wiggs, Mary ,rrr Sivelenn .,,..,,. ,.,,,., Sylvia .,,.,, ....... Williams, Alice ,,,.. Williams, Barney .. Williams, Bill crrrrrrr Williams, Cecelia .. Williams, Charles 1 Williams, Chuck . .. Williams, Gene ,..,.. Williams, Henry .. Williams, Linda .,,. Williams, Lorraine Williams, Michael Williams, Williams, Williams, W. Williford, Linda ,,rr Wilson, Gale .erre 1 Wilson, Frank ,r,.,, Wilson, Nikki .r,,., Wise, Danny ,,,.,r Wise, Danny ,,er,r Wise, Marie .e,r,rr, Wise, Pat Walters Walters Walters, Walton, I , Robert .eere ....,... , Royce .,.,,.. ,,.,,... Warren .,,,,,,. ...,,,., ames ,.... ,,..,.., Walton, Norma ,,,.... .,,,..,, Ward, B. R. .... . Ward, Jane ......... Warren, Edna ......... ......., Warren, Tommy ........ ........ Warrick, jackie .......,.. ........ Warrick, Marion Waters, Mary ,,,,,,,,, ..,..... Watkins, Bobby .,... ........ Watkins, Judy ......,..... ........ Watson, Watts, Watts, Weber, Judy ....... Mary ......... ........ Linda ............ ........ Richard ........ ........ Webster, Rosa Lee ...... ........ Wollanghk, Mike ....... ....... Wood, Jack ............ ,...... Woodard, Charles ..... ....... 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