Goldsboro High School - Gohisca Yearbook (Goldsboro, NC)

 - Class of 1962

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T if l L1 g Ll l ll ,x ,l Among The selecTions in The medley were "The Bonnie Blue Flag," "Dixie," "The Rebel Soldier," "Yellow Rose of Texas," and The "BaTTle Hymn of The Republic." 1 If . wx may , Miss Nancefia Hudson, a graduate of Goldsboro High School and a former Goldmasquer, directed the play, "Maior Jones' Courtship," at The pageant. 2 V ., i l 1 l A - s l. 2, 'wif if 1 V F ' Q. mx Q A 4 l A1 'V' 1 . I W' M . ' tw 'M I if Q Wav ,, , .1 u my w -64" 1 i 1 i I W ,r a+ 'LW 11 RK! , ,H E 6 ,af H Wm V 4 na. CWO fu Hand 1- t 'A-lf Jr' , t t- ,I :. ' a wa-3 .ff ,1 f 1. Y A , ,, " .,, , . . TVA' , 4 Al: .HY Y-,a fed, AA.. 'Ar' ,U ., ' . . - -" ,A . .-tar . " M" - ,- 1, N, ,, 1 Q me K - , -f-'.'t-tfzau... - Q A ' l ' 'l 'Q ' a."""'f.g Buggies may have changed to automobiles, but the good manners ot the southern gentlemen t will never change. l K, . 1 wg. mwv., 1 PW ini! This was main fl' 7 , K -,... 4 as . X x . ll 1 ,4 41111'l. 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Q ,A l H -0 'E 55235 fain wt I- f - -'su z 3 ,ia 4 J' , .5 X ,f 1 l K, i ,.f,f: KWH pn., . P -ag. 5,4 f :fav ,.V.,Msamw8'i2'?f uni - 'Those days of onceQupon-a-tirne.have-not been left behind forever. The South offolds is still an Eden' land ofthe imaginiationfrich' in memory, sentirnentandql-sadness.-' i Our presentuis haunted .by the ghosts "of the ipast 'and ourgtodays are yet happilylen- tangled iwith' our .yes'terdays.V,We still live under the inspiration'of,those who 'have gone before... Our' -old Southlandgfcelebrated in history and romances will forevervirernaiin an inspiration to our new South,lT.our'f'ftodaay.g As we look to the future, we ,Carryfthe responsibility., of noblesse if oblige, the ,oljlilgai-' tion of carrying, on' a great tradition. Q ' 5 1 Mfhf-M, gm., 53, fn, 4 Q? y f Wx ff Mrs. Nadine 13. Jfrfufcll Dedicafivu 4- Qlh For all your help given so freely, For your friendly smile, unshakeable patience, and your lasting devotion- For this we thank you. In the future years as we look back to our high school days at GHS, we shall remember fondly you, Mrs. Nadine R. Howell. For these sterling attributes and many others not named but daily practiced, we proudly dedi- cate to you the nineteen hundred and sixty-two GOHISCA. Sending out transcripts of grades to colleges is her way of helping the seniors to get in the college of their choice. 1 .J Y? Ai .14 Mrs. Howell is continually assisting Mr. Twiford with the administrative duties at Goldsboro High. Writing out admit slips is only one of the many ways Mrs. Howell helps the students. I9 iw, 1 4 :wi f ,Z A f 1 4 41 ff. 34 www N- W, W 4 Y , 4 4 .iw 4 'Q '4, ' ' 4.7 vw, J' ,QQ 'Q 3' .Vx 4 ' l 4 Q, AW X 4 . .,,s,gg? 4 I ' 4 4 5.45 ,g,,w. .5X.,,, , VW . A ,, , , W X4 ,V Y , x F' A .4 ' 4 V Wg Mg ,..7..,,,5.W...Q - K, 5 ,,,, CL' W . Q gf 14 -, ig 5 . , 2 ...... .g...w- 4 I M- fx. 1 4 4' , 9' 4 . 44' 4 4 . 14 8, ' I F i 1 I . 4: I .ff ,4eN,. Q L Q ..,.,,.-up .T" --.ag-.. -Q.-gn-.- W, 5 .1 mln lv f , f '7 75,32 X ' ff A? ff ff' -f Gvldshrfrv Kify Srlzrfols Adminisfrafivu w4-ua Y' . , Dr. N. ,I-L Shape Supcrinlmdfnl With quality education as his goal, Dr. Shope is constantly striving to supply our schools with the best teachers and fa- cilities. Though he has held this position only two years he has made strides in the improvement of Goldsboro's City Schools. A graduate of Otterbein Col- lege, Dr. Shope went on to re- ceive his MasTer's Degree and Doctor's Degree at the University of North Carolina. ffx f'NN Mr. Henry 6015 Adminzklrativc Asszklant Filling the office ot the Ad- ministrative Assistant is Mr. Hen- ry Cole. Besides lightening the burdens of Dr. Shope, there are endless duties of his ovvn to be performed. Before assuming his present position, Mr. Cole taught at Goldsboro Junior High School. ,Mrs l6'essie Z? 501115011 Being in charge of all The ciTy school caTeTerias is no easy Task. Mrs. Coalson has been managing Them since 1960. ilwawyf M. fffr Mrs. Virginia fivizkamm Besides Taking minuTes, Typing and doing innumerable oTher Tasks, Mrs. Holzkamm also serves as Treasurer for Goldsboro CiTy Schools. jlfliss Ualhy Siam CompeTence and a willingness To vvork are only Tvvo requisiTes Tor be- ing SecreTary To The SuperinTendenT. Miss STover has been fulfilling The requiremenTs of This posiTion for a year. M nv! mmm. .I mf-www! fn: ,Miss Shkizlvafh liordeazuf Handling counTless duTies as Special EducaTion Supervi- sor, Miss Bordeaux is always busy. She is conTinually look- ing Tor ways To improve our school sysTem. Grrldsbnrrr Srninr ffiyn Srnrnfl,4d1ninisirnfirrn y Mr. 61 W Cwdord is Principal We are fortunate to have Mr. C. W. Tvviford as our principal. Mr. Tvviford is more than a prin- cipal. A friend to all who need one, he is always willing to give assistance to Those who request it. Popular with all the students, Mr. Tvviford's presence before an assembly never fails to bring a hearty round of applause. Main- taining his faith in youth, he sup- ports our efforts, successful or unsuccessful. He is present at each game and outdoes the cheerleaders in yelling for the team. Frequently we hear these well knovvn words: "lf you can't co- operate, vve don't want you." Most of us cooperate. Mrs. 51111 kirn With the backbreaking task of pre- paring lunch for hundreds of ravenous teenagers, Mrs. Rich's best efforts go ant. ,Mrs Nadine Howell Teachers and students all agree that Mrs. Howell plays a large part in holding the school together. Besides being Mr. Tvviford's secretary, she also man- 24 ages the office. into making the lunchroom more pleas- I - I - I I " a si. .1 walk, tl STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Harry Muir, Mr. James Crone, Mr. Bill Boyers, Mr. Thomas Franklin, Mr. Henry Cole. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT Mrs W A Shepherd, Mr. Monroe Best, Mr, Lloyd Fonville, Dr. N. H. Shope, Mrs. Frank Remsburg. jlfir lloyd ivmfzllc' oldsbzfrrf Heard af dlucafizfrz ' Goldsboro Graded School's Board ot Education plays a significant part in the administration ot Goldsboro High School. No matter what the situation, the best tor Goldsboro is utmost in the minds ot the ladies and gentlemen who constitute this school board: The school board meets regularly each month. At these meetings the board members discuss, consider and act upon matters pertinent to the education of the students in the city ot Goldsboro. These men and women have contribut- ed greatly to the educational facilities of our school. F X j , WN-M I 311m fxs AA 1" i,nf3Jfff1m fL Y ,,nuJf' 3, wg' Q , .Q'ffST1"f ' ' L.,LT A , I 'Rf ff ' W Qm,,,9ixss QM Qfsnwl 'f 9 Mawfw , as '-.f , , . . W. .f gt .XJ .- gm-.2 X .,'.i!w,., 3 7,0 pg sf Q ,uw V-' , , 26 , , '93 F4 n 1 : i i 1 1 1 I 1 4 1 1 M .4 , awp vm, if 4. ' 4 C ff' ,W f Departmental 'sis ,Mem K 9' yr- an Ku' ,vs"49' if Q' BEATRICE BALKCUM CLIFTON BRITTON ELIZABETH GRANT MARY HATLEY RACHEL HOWELL East Carolma College East Carolnna College Woman s College U N C Flora MacDonald U N C East Carohna College U N C A B Wllllam and Mary A B 'Q fail U16 Hrs! Step in Success Llnda Mercer, Dwanda Vann, and Jeanne Hopewell trncl Sophomore English qulte lnterestlng, especially thelr protects on Julnus Caesar ' 4 1' Fnends look on as Anne Coats pounts out words whtch have proved to be an enrlchment to her vocabulary The English courses nn the high school are armed at helpnng the students to communlcate most eftectnvely so that they may Improve thelr economlc and socsal positions, and to get a crltlcal ap precuatuon of good literature There are courses m college preparatory Englnsh, lousnness English, and un creatnve wrstmg 28 T, .g??!MM"'v ff "L ff tiff f +5-X f E: V7 , I V , , in ' ' ff .. C Q W- N .L ' f J -'Www is x 59 v, 5, A , W ,Q . . E S , Am, W, ., ,- ', far . :fi .reg-W 'bra V . H sf. g f g M L ,J , 1 . I . 1 I r - - -1 , . . ., l L.l.U., B.S. . . ., . . , , , A.B, B,S, g 0, ,.cs .M M M Q 1 1 fl? 4 'E , an -1 A ' ii Y Y l ' 'cw 4 , , ,, X9 s f ' , K , .V I A." lofi! ' T 3 0 O O O O O U I 5 , ,,v O O O ,,,, r 1' 0- " 'I ,fr- I is A Qinlvfv iff.. Hy! 'U' iz.1s..W , , U' , ELEANOR POWELL EUGENE ROBERTS ELEANOR SIMPSON DORIS WARD Brenau College, U.N.C., Wake Forest College, Duke University, A.B. Meredith College, A.B. Columbia University, M.S. M.A. dimes Uzrrfugh Grind Speaking P' H Wi K Mrs. Ward's Sophomore English class finds Julius Caesar more interesting if they act it Af 'out. Tommy Arnold and classmates are acting .x g the final scene. Tommy Franklin'-aids his Senior English class by reading sentences from his vocabulary words. Specifically, the obiectives of the English Department are to give a basic grounding in tun- damentals of grammar, to teach the students to express themselves clearly and correctly, to im- prove reading speed and comprehension, to increase the working vocabulary ot all pupils. 29 Learning I0 Work . . . 5 Q. 5 In Home Econonnics, girls receive L f knowledge which will be needed now and in the future. Some of the areas covered in this department are child care, clothing, foods, housing, health, and budget- ing. subiects. Home Scomfmics DivcrsMed Minnie Price and Joan Price are arranging flowers which is a special 0 p - feature in the Home Economics Department. W,,.W,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ,, ,, , -:fr--, . l l ,,4 A , . +frfffearW'o' , l 'H . .-V-W -fy 'ff' """""'i T' 'Tu .Q V 'N ,.,....-W, .. A- ,xx .wfsr'f'- T M l t . . V i 1 X t l 'KI' i l l i , 31+ xx Gary Taylor has a very interesting job as an assistant to a mortician. 30 hu. The Home Economics girls often serve one another as a practice in their ,AQ ,um , MARION SELF North Texas State University, B.S. LLOYD STEVENS N. C. State College, M.A. kk: 4" Lil Ear r. Dae L, . . . While Wrfrking in learn Qglf The Vocational Program of Golds- looro Senior High School plays an important part in rounding out its various departments. Those students who are planning their occupations now have an excellent outlet in GSHS. -Q- Here Nancey Moore is arranging a display at a local department store. Dzsfrzbufzw is IU FLORENCE FAISON 56fll6'llfl0l'I ludusfrzul Ernest Jackson is looking at some bicycles which he would like to sell Woman's College, BA. V h W. D. MCROY, JR. East Carolina College, Duke University, M.S. .l fu-ng U.N.C., nv' Hubert Little works on a television, which takes much understanding and application of knowledge. , ,,,, ..-.,,.-.A ay -7 W m ',. yliijyx-,wx fa- i,-ff .r ,i1.. iv - i-r . J: if - " l - ' ' " 3' Q .',, ,U fl -1 '- l6'us1hees Settzcrzticn Practice Achieves the Greatest ftezyhts The Commercial Department of Goldsboro High School is outstanding in its field. It encourages inter- est especially to non-college preparatory students. It supports Their efforts and brings out new personalities by diligent application of the basic rules of the busi- ness world. wx.. These girls are practicing their shorthand which is im- portant in the commercial education. Typing Il is almost an essential in a busi- ness education. These students are trying to increase their speed. of I 5,11- 'KN MILDRED CLAYTON Meredith College, A.B. "sf" wx -' :f jr' -. - ' . wt., QQ., , .U - f .. .M f 'f f 1 Q, , e V V M mn J' -v , 4 V F at Y- a,,..,,.4-su BETTY WILLIAMSON In K. WILLIAMSON East Camlina College, E YC I, C H MIA. Joyce Jinnette is filing records which are accurately kept in com as aro ina o e e M A 9 ' mercial education. U16 Aid in Hatter firing fs' Zflzwugh Good Physical J-lcalfh EE East Carolina College The aim of the Physical Education Department is to B-5- teach students the importance of keeping the body in good condition. By keeping oneself physically fit, good health is promoted. In this department, the student learns the skills needed in various sports and he also learns sportsmanship. The sports conducted by Mr. Lee are tennis, soccer, basketball, football, and softball. Physical fducaiivu V. I i . Q A l A 4 31, The Physical Education Department teaches boys to enioy soccer. XT' 'S Here, Mr. Lee teaches his boys the correct back-hand stroke. 33 ?ereign language Prernotes l6'etter understanding of ,Man 'NW-f .-,,,,.z, 1 . , 3 .1 4, ,,,. JOSEPHINE HAJJAR MARTHA PEELE PAT UZZELL Le Lycee Orfhodene de Salem College, A.B. Guilford College, A.B. Damascus. The Language Department ot Golds- boro High School strives not only to teach the language to students, but it also tries to familiarize the student with that country. By studying the country, its peoples, customs, and past, the student begins to take a more active interest in the language and understand it more thoroughly. Miss Peele's French class finds the tape recorder a great aid in speaking the foreign language. i U 'LQX5 Kenneth Butler, Janice Hill, Joey Franklin, Alan Anderson, Pam Munkrioed, and Jay Cooper display various Spanish musical instruments. ,Math - ,4 Ifrcpurafivn for the ?uturc The Math Department endeavors in the im- provement of the inquiring minds. Its goals are to instill a sense ot logical thinking and mental alertness in its members. Our future is depend- ing on the math student of today, and our De- partment is preparing him for the great task. sr- a Harry Muir confidently points out angles and figures to his geometry class. MARGARET BIRK Wesleyan College, A.B., Master's. 4.,.-.K 'Ut .1 SUE FLANAGAN East Carolina College, B.S. In xv. INA MIXON Guilford College, ,rf l U 4 ,, , r p .. f...,,M,,.-v- W, GERALD WHISENHUNT Catawba College, A.B. J 2: f N? Don Edgerton and LaDon- na Miller point graphs to their fellow students who evidently find it quite in- teresting. E716 2210! fa Cfvmpreheusian Vinh ""Uv ELIZABETH GILLIKIN GERALDINE JONES FLORENCE LEWIS EXCELL MARKHAM Woman's College, Easf MerediTh College, M.A. Woman's College, A.B. U,N,C,, M,A, Carolina College, M.A. Science The key To success lies in The comprehension of The Task one underTakes. Our Science DeparTmenT deals mainly wiTl'i This principle in mind. IT Therefore seeks To planT an enlighTmenT on The basic elemenTs To our problems of Today. Goldsboro High School excels in The insTrucTion of The many fields of science. IT Thoroughly covers each branch. This DeparTmenT consisTs of Physics, TaughT by Mr. Markham, Biology, TaughT by Miss Jones, Mrs. Lewis, and Mrs. Gillikin, and ChemisTry, TaughT by Mrs. Gillikin and Mr. Markham. Miss Jones keeps her biology studenfs on Their Toes. Here, They are busy labeling Their various leaves. i ,4 Prcscrmficn cf thc Pas f V4 Prcparaficu for thc ?ufurc T -L-V--1 --M.i.,:L, ,,, E A JI Mr. Batchelor points out to his World History students locations on his map. Social Scicnccs Larry Kersey explains a bulletin board to his fellow classmates in Miss Grant's World History class.s Wm. In the Social Science Department, there are three divisions-World History, United States His- tory, and Sociology. To understand'-problems under which we live today, we must familiarize ourselves with the past. In this department, the student can express his ideas and discuss these ideas with classmates. THOMAS BATCHELOR EUGENE CAUSBY Wll.l.lAM SANDERSON NELLIS THOMPSON CLYDE WHITENER Atlantic Chflsflaflf EHS? Catawba College, M.A. East Carolina College, Appalachian College, B.S. Wake Forest College, B.S Carolina, M. A. M.A, Q61--A M --nnav' V: 1, Q X .K v 5 gs K My Wm. ,, ,amfw fa yy A53 I 1' ' f wifi M , 5 , Q? 3S4l'l ' 4 P U15 512111 - Q H640 One Persvn ,, film' A , I3 . sa. wt' af an Nb- -l ,,,' H L N MARGARET KORNEGAY Duke University Colum bla Unuverslty MA Quzdamz' Edgerton are seekmg and Mnss Kornegay spends a great deal of tume an conference wlth students Sally Raulston and Don '.-7,5 Mass Kornegay pomts out the results of the aptitude tests to lnqulrlng students 38 - The Guidance Program strlves to help each student become a better, allaround person To do so, our guxdance nnstructor, Mass Kornegay ns avallable dunng the day to talk wnth students who so desnre She helps students wuth any prob lems which rnlght arise during the course of thelr hugh school days Mass Kornegay as very helpful un dlscussmg plans tor the future and dlrectnng the confused student down the right path Bull Lane observes the varnous bulletlns and pamphlets on suggested occupatnons nn the Guldance Department I . , . . . , . I 1 ' 1 'I . . . -. VOA . '14 . . . . . 5 is Q l ,4 Wonderland far Kecrcufirwal Reading U 'J oo Oi' Students use the library for research and a pleasant atmosphere for studying. vu library SARAH GETSINGER East Carolina College B.S. Earl Hine and a few friends are seeking books with which to enrich themselves. Pat Turner receives instruction concerning the card catalogue as an assistant to Mrs Getsinger. The library is the wonderful world of books where a whole new world may open to us when we explore the contents ot a book, browse through magazines, or work so diligently on a source therne. Books are records of what people think, do, see, and experience, records ot' what happens throughout the worldl The library has library assistants, a library committee, and a Library Club, to help students use and enjoy the ta- cilities for recreational reading as well as for gaining new factual knowledge. 39 ,Musical Backgrounds lead to Jfarmanious Cvmarrows if ,, B.S. Working to meet the needs of those students who are musically inclined, the Music Department offers a varied program. Mr. George Trautwein teaches Choral Music and Mr. John Thompson is director of the MM- esHs Band. JOHN THOMPSON Appalachian College GEORGE TRAUTWEIN Westminster College In Girls' Chorus, the girls are taught various ways to train and improve the delivery of their voices. R+?-in Here, the "German Band" is in practice. John Strickland discusses a number with his fellow band officers ,711 Memoriam Mrs. Kuth Kiley Shine When you come To The end of a perTecT day, And you siT alone vvifh your ThoughT, While The chimes ring ouT wiTh a carol gay, For The ioy ThaT The day has broughT, Do you Think whaT The end of a perfecT day Can mean To a Tired hearT, When The sun goes down wiTh a flaming ray And The dear friends have To parT. Carrie Jacobs Bo d 5, -. 1, ' Fm 1529, W, rw. X 11:2"Fa. 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Miss glfhllfb' Kvbinsvu Miss Penny Jfarrisvu ,Miss Annette Hanks l6'esf Hooking Pcygy Skeeus Gcarge Newsame .iwiiv SN, , w'i'bfff3"2 if Kes! Fsrsvualify jzzdy Kenna!! Danny Wzse Y ,, 14 'sr?'7g1 5 fxhisr fi' y'5y,',.g ,Meet Dependable Hrank Dumas 5 , . 1 I 56" gg ,fire he- ,V . 4 Q lfeis Heueh I 1 Dicky Haddaur ff? Mas! lyvpular Cfarvlyu Harman 'FEV ,E 5 F m . . 1 -1. 1 74 W' M -,,V,, if ,gif-fJ +.f,:u im, J' 1 I , 11 - ,,,X s 55 ,Most Calenicd Uorilmc lfrzligewafer Af. ,4. Myers , 5 -, V155 , FA Z Qgjgm vz . 'ik 2 --...M . A V 1 N-wah-.-.5 E -,.....l l6'csf ,411 Arnaud Zn- jeuny 16056 Seymour IKIIQ Slam' gwwf' f N 4 an Mffie I Tag 1 '-1 jean ICKIQ M105 Aran! ,Q fi iff, Jig 'F wf-in-f"2 1, 3 ,L at' H:- .f fy? K, 5,'.,A,.!' Y 4 - al "-'fauzflf 4' J., - I 's v . ,BV -M . X 4 sf X X8 w ., Ji x no ,,-in '. adv, wwaa .fx I v Zufcsf Peggy Baffin Kay Smllzhgs Az! 5 'ZZ MXAV if 'affi Q . 4..-'X F J :2Q"0S32LW Sclzolarslzrjzf V r l L ,Lkrrderslrrjv ' Service 5 Doris Ward Lois Couch Brenda Mantooth Linda Elmore Tommy Franklin Pepe Conti Paula Yelverfon Advisor A President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Honorary Linda Frederick Sue Bell Margaret Strickland Mary Cole Carole Southerland Ellen Lenfz Betsy Overman Carolyn Harmon Eula Smith Pat Shannon Becky Shaver Jinx Muller Judy Bennett Randy Bowers Borden Parker V. Bill Stone Jay Derby Bobby Freeman Tommy Farmer. Rgbert Bandy Frank Dumas - ' 'Harry Taylor Julius Pelt John Lewis Charles Pratt George Brodie GHS Marshals One sees the Scholastic Mar- shals ushering at many functions during the year at Goldsboro High School commencement, communi- ty concerts, plays, and many oth- er occasions. The marshals are an- nounced in the spring ot the iun- ior year. To be a marshal is a great honor, for one must be in the top twenty-five ot the class to achieve this goal. Betsy Ovcrman C h i ef L. First Assistant ' . 4. - 1571611101 Mautaalh linda Slmvre Second Assistant BIH Sfone John Levvk zfqx, Schvlasfzc Tv qJ 1 i,, a Lois Couch IA -lr-. QW 'VZ'.".f'4-il' Harriet Vinson Eula Smith Becky Shaver QZTI3' new MV' Borden Parker Don Edgerton Bobby Freeman Frances Davis 'Y I i i r i E 'hi' Charles Pratt , we A Judy Bennett Sue Bell Paula Yelverton - George Brodie Pam Pearson QW Tommy Farmer Linda Frederick Carolyn Harmon gy Macon Remsburg iv- f""' 44" 0--4' " W: Carole Soufherland Diane Dail 2 W nf ,Aw 41' ,f ww- 444 4 4-" . N A Q 5. ,,. of no wffri U M ,. , ' fe ' 2, , J .W f M xv ,fx 4,2 ,Q V! A ' . 1 ,L fax ,M m ,M 1 'lfa wwf f .' f ""-W. is I Y X Xi I I w afz, fvlaoyve ai- INEW TCDWN XEIAILIL Jw frlzamw qi your cpmflmgy A e " 'fy L n, W gjoudlwg 41.14 gm? Qafw, nm, mo, 4+ Q eau, CU"'T'l5ttC6 of invltab A.. . ' , 4 '. WU 9.0f.'lP49anw 9m eo' 55 564117, 91,1 MW, 5 , ?b55W51'U, j.g..-,u,.1W,. 6'flVlfl6'5 1 l -cf- JVHS Scholarshzp r . Queen. TOMMY , f Kmg and d wning 9 , 'tion an UO ' ht ot Stunt Night is the recogni in i Q , . ' ture above' One ot the hlgh Spfill osn tboelc rlihe limellQl1l ln the plc . d Nligeon em Franklin an 0 o n fa , ff l m i f it ' ".Vk 543' 56 5 22 ' 'L li " "7 4 i . n n, 1 r'r 1-5--9 ,.,,.,.-ve' t it 7Z??m 08716 flip: QM' "' Nnggnwnqn Always typical at the annual Stunt Night is the filled-to-capacity auditorium. Here the seniors occupy the seats on the right side of the aud't ' ' ' in the center, and the s h ioriurn, the luniors op omores on the left. Annual Stun! ight Stunt Night began in 1950. The tirst year, about S200 was raised Eve ' ry year this event has grown, and in the sprin ot 196 was raised. Each cl g ,1 almost 354,850 ass, last year, presented a ere graded on par- stunt and these w ticipation, neatness of scenery, and the plot of the stunt. The class that sold the most tickets won the middle seats, and each class worked by selling kleenex, candy, and light bulbs in or- der to support its Kin representatives. Stunt Night 196 Class ot 1962. Second place Went to the Class of 1963. g and Queen 1 was won by the Drive Successful The Class of 1963 took the audience back to the days of Julius Caesar. The Class of 1961 turned back the clock to those wonderful days of the "Roaring 2O's," complete with the Charleston and Al Jolson. sim mf iw 1 mu lu luikeisf fi: i bb' 'Hu i 2 Many familiar faces were seen as the Class of 1962 gave the crowd a tour of a wax museum. The tour was so successful that it was iudged the winning stunt. 69 H11 c' c 196 - 9 'uh ' O 0 I I MN v N L, t L ev ' ' !- -,. S2-W HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Ogden Parker, Macon Rernsburg Cchairmanj, Dean Jerni gan, Emmie Tanner and Tommy Franklin. I wining , I 962 Homecoming Dance We Wm Over the Kainbew nl Somewhere over The rainbow Blue Birds fly. M There's a land That I heard of M Once in a lullaby. enen head We 71 Remember Always . T ef? l l I The receiving line was made up of The Junior and Senior Class Officers and Their dates. T ' ul, ly ' , T! . -f m ,Ad The wonderful food was only one of The delights of This fairyland. One of the high spots of that memorable weekend was the fountain sifting in the middle of the dance floor. 72 May 5, 1961 was a night to remember. lt was on this night that the Class of '62 entertained the Class ot '61 at the traditional reception and dance, the Junior-Senior. As the guests entered the gym, they felt that they had been taken to a land "over the rainbow." The band, the Five Carolina Gentlemen, was wonderful as was the food. ' y The tun did not end at twelve o'clock, how- ever. The gaiety and excitement continued throughout the entire week-end, for everyone headed tor the beach. ll 0-MMV Many hours were spent building the pink castle in the air. Pastel umbrellas and ivy lined the stairways to that mystic land. . juuiar-Senior, 1961 In this land of surprises, it even rained pennies when Miss Hatley and Mr Trautwein danced. .1 L 73 -5pLx,,:.W..' ,L+..11 em, ' ... This is tha, Where 1here's a will, there's a way!! 5 Ms.. ' Naam if ' compogedl WY WN, The class of '61 thc' lfzfe A team is composed of many parts. The '61 dedication of the GOHISCA 'ro our men of music "Out of the way, lowly iunior!" Eagerly awaiting another Goldmasquer production. a if K.. 3 I I I "I ve got one, too Preparation-STRIKE!!! Clear, cool wafer. Tough enough! I Merry Christmas! "Eta Alpha-rah, rah, rah!!" A pizza at Frank's! Everybody's doin' it! K I-W5 W, .. W is hr . ,, iq, ,ZW V , f ws ' W, MQ PRP: ,,.. X -. -. "' w- w5,..:.j ' , " i7 0 Man, tha1's ivy!!! 'J Paper, pens, erasers, pennan1s?'?? J !r Mr. and Miss Fire Prevention. "Just one liifle drink?" A ball in her honor! 1 V Y. E4 W i FIRE PRI' if X9 Just a second Y "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come." 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Girls ' Ifzficc 611155 V 1 Dk ,J E 5 .1 w 'vw "1 Variety is the theme of the J Senior Quartet consisting of Betsy Overman, Peggy Brown, 1 Linda Frederick, and Pat Bowen. ' .. ' . l, i- " I l - - , 4... P nfl f , ' , I, ' 'ii ' f 615.537 y , 'H 5 X ' J, - , V , l Q' r , f r . WW., . ya '-- T A '- ' ' 1 ' ' A 5.3.4-., ff! , uf A '-tw " 'T T -s , . ,ty 47.5. A Aff A, Q 0 1- ra riff' , , f A 'X "if , ' , " . ' A. prliwfffr "Where shall I hit him today?" l I 1 I T The Mixed Chorus Vi l Vi will proudly present I another Gilbert and l Sullivan operetta this l year, "The Pirates of f Penzance." "The Nlik- ado" and "H.M.S. Pin- afore," previously pre- sented, were received ' with much acclaim. "H.M.S. Pinafore-" cast. l l l 1 86 I Rehearsal for "Amahl and the Night Visitors." Gian Carlo Menot- ti's "Arnahl and the Night Visitors" is giv- en annually by the A Cappella Choir. pn- -'Dx Informal gathering. Mr. George Trautwein, Choral Director. New Practice makes perfect. 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OFFICERS: President, Tommy Farmerp Vice-President, Frank Dumas: Secretary, LaDonna Miller, Treasurer, Jim Dugan. ifaff' i I Students show that there is great fun in science. i Science 61116 l is si at Vi dt sc Pepe to twc pw git? l i. l S E l WJ.,-r -nk Klub Prrwes Succcss The Spanish Club of Goldsboro High School is now in its second year. All of the hopes for success came true. The club is now planning many activities under the guidance ot capable leaders. With so many interested members the club is destined to become one of the best clubs in the school. Pepe Conti, our foreign exchange student, points out his home to two friends. ' 75 www f it i ,Q . , ,, 4 OFFICERS: President, Susan Sasser, Vice-President, Gail Edwards, Sec retary, Corinne Bridgewater, Treasurer, Dot Reese. Spanish 611119 95 A Charles quality 'of 'Charles Strickland loads. a new U t appliance. D 7 , Jimmy Coombs paints advertising ' Cha,-les Crank sign , x X ,X XJ ff x V fx . 2 ,ws-4' , I . f fi J ff . ' .415 7 if Z1 gf 5:-'Zi 'V if I f if :Q r "fav w " PM a !' , W, " ' f , , , . 4 , ,P V. f. ,, V 7 Davis receives instruction on a new machine Frank Womble assembles multiple pow ,Mgt ll f V x I 13 ' omc As. ' Na cy Gady l f l l , ,. , -M .E- Wi, 61116 Przfduves Hapable Wrfrkcrs OFFICERS: President, Johnny Faircloth, Vice-President, Judy Brough, As. Pres., Joe Nassef, Secretary, Margaret Brock, Treasurer, Nancy Moore, Editor Promotion, Ethel Keel, Parliamentarian, Wanda Grady. Disfribufivc diucrzfiorz 671116 Q ml? F yin..- -... Many students pass through the Distribu- tive Education Club every year. Goldsboro High School has produced several hundred capable workers since the club's beginning in 1939. ln November interested students attended the Distributive Education State Meeting. Joyce Starling is shown being instructed in her field of work. 61116 Plans Varied Projects OFFICERS: President, Brenda Mantoothg Vice-President, Gale Wilsonp Secretary, The French Club has many Proiects planned for this school year. A money- making proiect is top on the agenda with several others to follow. These proiects will be climaxed in the spring with the annual French banquet. From its start in l947, the French club has been one of the more active clubs in our school. ,,t. k y, Q .-sw : H f. ax jf Harrie? Vinson: Treasurer, Jimmy Creechg Advisor, Miss Peele. Students find enjoyment in reading French maga- zines. T 98 c' 6'erclc' ?rr1m'r1is Latin 61116 The Latin Club has had great success in its fourteen years of organization. Many proiects of interest to Latin students have been undertaken through the years. This year is no exception. Latin students have planned to list the Latin books which are in the school library. This will be followed by the reading ot many of them. In the spring a "slave sale" banquet will be held to end the year. 'Slave Sale" to 15? fl ld Members Plan Keorganzkafion The Library Club has risen in prominence in the last few years. Goldsboro High School has been privileged to have a state president and also a state reporter from our school. With the fine help of its new advisor, Mrs. Getsinger, the Library Club plans to rise to even greater heights this year. Among the many proiects undertaken by the club this year is the great iob ot re-organization. T OFFICERS: President, Martha Peterson, Vice-President, Susan Boyetteg Secretary, Veanna Geisler, Treasurer, Mary Margaret Hooks, Advisor, Mrs. Getsinger. Mending books is a hard fob for the Library Club mem- bers, but an enioyable one. Library gfllb Fai f, l l Mani Banque M- ,. .v tara, fudenfs Prepare far l6'r114quvf Y Many preparations have To be made for The annual MoTher-DaughTer Banquet. OFFICERS: President, CaThy BarneTTep Vice-President, Pat Wise, Secretary, Pat Cohen, Pianist, Judy Watkins, Songleader, Janice Robe-rTsonp His- Torian, Marie Mozingo, Advisor, Mrs. Self. 5'uturc flomemakers af America The annual MoTher-Daughfer BanqueT is The highlighT of The year for The Fufure Homemakers of America. The girls who parTicipaTe in The club spend much Time and hard work in iTs prepara- Tion. As in years pasT, The club will send represen- TaTives To The clisTricT and sTaTe meeTings. w Al fnsfruciivn fs' Given Students receive instruction on the use of slide rules. OFFICERS: President, Dicky Baddour, Vice- President, Sally Raulston, Secretary, Pam The purpose of the Math Club is to promote a greater understanding of mathematical concepts 'among its members. Membership is limited to those students having an aptitude for advanced algebra and higher mathematics. Topics for discussion are of gen- eral interest, and usually they are suggested by the club's members. Pearson, Treasurer, John Parker. ,nfl Math glllb :oz f J f 5'z1fz1rc Zearhcrs of Amcrica Girls put up posters illustrating the pleasures of teaching. , Nwgtg OFFICERS: President, Sandie Deaton, Vice-President, Brenda Nlantooth, Secretary, Lois Couch, Treasurer, Linda Elmore, Advisor, Miss Clayton. wiiljllf 'if' Since the organization of the Future Teachers of America, the club has gone a long vvay toward help- ing students decide on the teaching profession. This year the club has the opportunity to serve as aids to the teachers. This undertaking will be of great benefit to all its members. 1 ,sr l , iudmfs Serve as Zfmclzers flirty lO3 Kiolvgy 61116 Selriar Divisiau OFFICERS President Jim Vinson Vice President Barbara Klapthor SecretaryTreasurer, Gale Wilson. The Biology Club is novv in its third of divisions. It has proved very successful in this undertaking. The members of the club have planned many programs that will be ot interest to the students of biology. These programs will consist of lectures and dis- cussions given by selected persons. glllb flaw lfccfurcs OFFICERS President Jeanne Hopewell Vice-President, Catherine Byrdp Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Student ,llssrfcizzfizflf 49. 'ff WM' OHM' The purpose of this organization, whose pow- er is delegated by the Principal, shall be to attain a higher standard of citizenship, to pro- mote student participation and interest in ac- tivities ot the school, to develop and maintain school spirit, and to cooperate in promoting the general welfare of the school . . . 'wif 'ii 'fill' . . . It shall also be the purpose to obtain a closer relationship between faculty and students, to provide for a more democratic atmosphere in school activities, and to develop a spirit of co- operation among ourselves as an example to our successors. Student flssvciafion ,Ceadershzjv Plus . . . Sfudc14f,4ss0cia!i011 OMWS Al MISS ELIZABETH GRANT ,Wi,,,.9, Advisor B. R. WARD Vice-president BORDEN PARKER President ANNETTE BANKS Corresponding Secrefary SUE BELL GEORGE BRODIE Recording Secrefary Treasurer fF' T . . . ,4 Unk Kefween. . . The work of The S. A. cannoT be done by The advisory board alone. Every year The S. A. sponsors commiTTees which plan The exTra-curricular acTiviTies of The sTudenT body. Because The S. A. is composed of The sTudenTs, They are inviTed To ioin The com- miTTees of Their choice aT The beginning of each year. Headed by able chairmen, The commiTTees offer a wide choice of acTiviTies in which The'sTudenT may become acTive. Everyone, Therefore, should be able To Tind a place in The STudenT AssociaTion. DEVOTIONAL: Lois Couch reads The scripTure lesson for a recenT devoTion. CHARTER: Tommy Franklin and Mr. Causby discuss The charTering of various clubs. BOARD OF ELECTIONS: Ogden Parker and Macon Rems- burg counT voTes in a recenf election. l COMMUNITY SERVICE: Emmie Tanner discusses The annual Toy drive with Mrs. Kornegay. ,,., 7 .4.- - I I ,ff ,y sz I A W 'T . i K We A X I yn: izalifpriv, A . W s . E Y . . . Students and RECEPTION: With Mrs. Balkcum, Kent Thompson and' Dicky Baddour greet students. PUBLICITY: Sally Raulston writes an article about Student Associa- tion activities. EVALUATION: Cathy Buttery and Miss Hatley discuss the improvements made on a recent social. X , INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Jim Vinson and Miss Howell listen as Pepe Conti tells them of his homeland, Spain. ,f X ,.i. IIO ' fudeut Government . . . H 5CN0llRSMi9S G-PINS: Brenda Mantooth checks the narnes of students to receive scholar- ship pins. ASSEMBLY: B. R. Ward introduces an ever-popular speaker, our prin- cipal, Mr. Twiford. S 'f SOCIAL: Jenny Rose Seymour and Harriet Vinson begin decorating for one of the well-planned socials given this year. 'wwf PARLIAMENTARIAN: Explaining a point of order to the S.A. is Carole Southerland, parliamentarian. l BUILDING AND HALLS: Locks are issued by Jerry Edwards. . . . is Provia GROUNDS: Harry Null and Mr. Sanderg son replace one of our dogwoocl trees. L? fm" C i?Sm"o -- , ,v I X VV, .ima ss, 5 W W, es sw, S V, I I CAFETERIA: Pat Shannon and Mrs. Self discuss the re-decorating ATHLETIC: plans for our cafeteria. I I2 ed by 0 O 0 M9009 1 Q, A .-R4-...........,,,,., .VH-WV K V V - Y- ., K+.. w'w..,, BULLETIN BOARDS: Mar- garet Strickland and Beverly Wiggins work on the S.A. bulletin board. CALENDAR: Miss Clayton and Gale Wilson try to find time forthe many meetings being scheduled. gnu- Forrest Gore and Mr. Lee check athletic equipment. CHEERING: Miss Flanagan reminisces as she shows Linda Frederick and Sally Borden just how it should be done. ll3 Ya: 'if ffl '55 .x 'F 'If .Si . Spmsvrs Other Activities The Student Association sponsors many other ac- Our S.A. Handbook was brought up to date this year. Here Betsy Overman and Miss Grant discuss the changes to be made. tivities enjoyed by the students throughout the year. Three S.A. assemblies are presented, one of them shown here. Homecoming events, seasonal socials, and the magazine drive are among other events. Our foreign exchange program became ac- tive once again this year. -.....,,-,.,,, M uu- f' --.M-...,...,, I. ,f s B. R. Ward and Beverly Wiggins are shown here helping Mrs. Howell tabulate the magazine sales during our annual magazine drive. The students were fascinated by Roy Mayer's nimble fingers at one of the S.A. sponsored assemblies. Mr. Mayer proved that the hand was sometimes quicker than the eye. ll5 GP ' Pepe is shown here with a member of his American "family," Jim Vinson. T li l i Pepe gives a re- port To a U.S. his- Tory class. S 1 I iz 4 i i ,4 Welcome .75 Sftended . . . . . . To Jose Fernando Conti, our foreign exchange student for The school year 1961-1962. Coming To us from Barcelona, Spain, Pepe, as he is known To The students aT G.H.S., is a member of The presenT Senior Class. Pepe has become very active in The activities of The school. In addition to ioining The A Capells Choir and various clubs, Pepe was made an honorary member of The 'National Honor Society. May we say, Pepe, ThaT we hope your year has been as successful for you as iT has been for us. Miss Grant discusses world events with Pepe. 1 V N ,, ,- I:I'7.11., , .PII 3.3 .- .55 L7 Kemcmber Q 9 O "Marching Men" was the Goldmasquers first championship play. We went to Chapel Hill on "black market gas." "Gold in the Hills" Since the main plot line was left out, the money was lost forever. ll8 "Smilin' ThroUgh" I For this play the stage crew designed the Goldmasquer's first big setting. "The Willow and l" The memory of a gunshot gave the Golclmasquers their first leading lady. I "Land is Bright" This was the first ot many successful plays to run three nights. 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' Lf i 1 -uv Y "Guinea Pig" A great state , A . , "1 1 WII'1I'1EI'. i ,Q 4 .i,',,.? ,Q g A f 0 H 4 1 x 1, r xxx' f , M z- . .,,,,-...HM , 5 g I --"'m,, , 12 , f J4. ' I MTR S331 , ,gf , f 524, ' . '. Eg . M 9 W - .t X ,- The Goldmasquers' Best. "Room Full of Roses" lA MA ,M'aYu. if libg- Lara-Il The heart of the Goldmasquers lies in The place of its beginning, Room 216. This room is known nation-wide as "the home of The Goldmasquersf' We will always remember the Goldmasquer officers of 1961-1962. They are known as "The anniversary officers." Those serving are as follows: Presidenr: Wesley Turnage Vice-President: Linda Buckner Point Secretary: Carolyn Love Recording Secretary: Corinne Bridgewater Co-Business Managers: Fran Garris and Jimmy Soufherland Mr. Clifton Briton is our director, founder, and friend. We can fondly call him "the father of the "Goldmasquers." We all know him as Mr. "B," if . X si sv IN THE BEGINNING In the beginning there were those that said the Goldmasquers would only live about five years. They have outlived this prediction by fif- teen years. With the celebration of the 20th An- niversary, 5,000 people have passed through the department, each one leaving his own contribu- tion. Such constitutes a great heritage, which could only happen in America. The Golclmasquers carry the title of "the South's outstanding theatre for youth." Goldmasquers is more than a name, it's more than a play, it's a way of life for many. We have stood at the altar of those getting mar- ried and reioiced in their happiness. We have stood by the graveside and given our sympathy to those who have needed us. Goldmasquers have filled the gap in many a young person's life. On this the 20th good must continue baol must pass away. there is breath in the hope hundreds more Anniversary, that which is to live, and that which is And we will live as long as body of a Goldmasquer. We will pass our way. ' I I ,ef GLLSQMA H608 pG.SS6a If GJ, ByC1iiton Britton According to the records, I have taught approximately five thousand young men and women during the past nineteen years. They all passed my way through the Department of Dramatic and Radio Arts. The majority of them were looking for something-their eyes were in search of something that would identity them with the world-their minds were in search of something that would enrich their lives. Many wanted to tear down the barriers of tiniidity that held such a tight grip on thtir freedom of expression. Others wanted to be a part of something that would introduce them to new f.riends, open new areas of participation and find a place where they were wanted. There were some who found a home within the walls of this school, and as they worked, they grew in statue and wisdom. They stand like giants today as a tribute to the "South's Out- standing 'l"nea't're for Youth." Each day their lives untold some of the values they learned while building scenery, making a costume or playing the role ofa king. The true beauty of the theatre never washes out of their blood. The hand of approval tthe applausel or such words from patrons as, "You did well," or "l never dreamed you could do that," and the t proud words of parents as they smile and say. "We are so proud!" are more valuable to the boys growth than all the wealth of the world. These words encourage ambition, give sun- shine to happiness, and spark the bud of hope to open into a beautiful flower, casting its beauty around and about them. To feed these tive thousand students with the knowledge they were in search of has taken hundreds of hours of preparation and rehearsals. The Goldmasquers have produced over one hundred and fifteen threeact plays and forty-four oneact plays. C7ne hundred and fortyeight sets have dressed the stage, approximately one thousand seven hundred and twenty-five young actors have had their excursion behind the footlights while two thousand and six hundred have hovered in the side wings or stood above them on the Cat-Walk and have given their talents to the total success of the production. I have heard their cries in the night as they come from broken homes, asking, "Who am I" and "What am I doing on this earth?" In moments of relaxation they have expressed their wishes and concem of the future. Some were so afraid of that vast space called the world be- cause parents had failed to give them the Security to face life. Others pressed on with a great determination to be successful, despite their hardships. I have stood in their shadows and have admired their efforts. Some have bemme doctors, lawyers. radio technicians. TV per- sonalities, artists, and good honest American citizensethat I call, "The Salt of the Earth." These nineteen years have been filled with rich experiences. I have met some wonder- ful boys and airls who have become my friends for life. lhave been privileged to observe my first students climb the ladder to success. It is rewarding to see them take their places in this complex and fast moving world and know they have the strenqth to endure. Ihave asked for Iona hard horns under strict regulations, for I knew the world did not owe them anything-but that they owed the world a rich and fruitful life. They were taught not to cry and whine, but to charge ahead and to master life. The spoiled and sheltered were asked to put away their "baby clothes" and become men and women worthy of their name. The unfortunate and poor were reminded that they had a great heritage in life and they were encouraged to seek its richest fblessings from the hand of God, who places no distinction on His creation. Those who possessed great talents were taught to be humible for they were fortunate. Goldmasquers is more than a name. It is a spirit that stands for the five thousand who have passed my way. May God bless theml .f 4' 1 ik: JL, lvl. zwzrfzfzw x l A , Rx' ,, . . W,- - . 1 x . K ? w 1 f'. I . f,-. , - - f 1 fv, L' , , . . 4.1 - f, ,. 4 .'1'. , 1 f - f fl 'Q - jig. f '.r'. ' . ' . V, ,f ,,. , A - , , ,'-q,.-12.5, '1 ,, f- - 1 f ' 4 . ,f,,,, lf.-v,, "-V'-Hi' f I J f...,' ' , ,, f.- 1" A wi. .- ' '1""f,3 'jf ' ' 'Lj'f,,"f1!4',. ",','g'."fi'1 ".-2 iff,- , 1-'I !',J,' 'S-.4'r' 4' in-E ."f . , .,'f. 4. V g,y.,.r',,, 7,5-'r-,x'1., V I .f Q' 1 , V " , "V ,'f,':.'1. :,ff:u" " ' ." , ' - .1.'.1" A-' ,f,j:" H ".' ' ,,,,I29, ,A f, 1 . .1 ,-:,.' 1' . ,I ' , , .,,,,,!,.- 1':.- " 'rift fifpfgmu-331 1-ff f ,f "E EFS Tl ' WE A 'Ri -Q, if QW ,eps Z7 i 5 C H Sally Raulston Associafe Eclifor I 962 ELLEN LENTZ Editor The Gohisca is published by a selecT group of sTudenTs chosen l from The senior, iunior, and sophomore classes. Through Their work on The annual, These sTuclenTs gain valuable experience re- laTing To layouT and design, composiTion, and personal conTacT wiTh The business world. ln acldiTion, sTafT members learn whaT a oleadline really means and how To meeT one properly. NOT only T do sTuclenTs learn how To work with The business public, buT They also learn beTTer hovv To Work wiTh each oTher. T T i 1 Bra ba ra Pope Business Manager I. K. Williamson Jinx Muller Tommy Franklin Advisor Circulation Manager Advertising Manager Department Editors Jenny Rose Brenda Seymour Mantooth 2 is -Q-LA. 1 Class Editors Kent Thompson, Judy Bennett, Beverly Wiggins, Mary Margeret Waters, Betsy Ward, Robin Helms Chirfg- Hrs! Fublicafion Organization Editors Ogden Margeret Pafkef Strickland -A QM Q! Xfjf if .ws ffl E li Music Editors' Nancy Moore, Pat Bowen ff you 5 ,. Feature Editor June Sullivan Fld I3 Student Assoc. Editor Homecoming Editor Borden Gale Parker VVHSOV1 r Q ' , I 96 lfcarbwk Student Life Editors Paula Yelverton, Lois Couch Goldmasquer Editor Carol Ann Utley tho., dur' r-. 1 'S 34' Athletics Editors Jimmy Creech, Harry Taylor 42,5 ,,""v , 'NI' Ula, Publication Editors Betty Muller, Sue Arns Advisors: l. K. Williamson Eleanor Powell June Sullivan ,... no Sally Raulston ffm ?.-., A ".- -.:'-4 Barbara Pope Qu!!! and Sam!! .af -n""f Carole Soutlterland Secretary iid International J-fauor Sacieiy far J-ligh claw! jaurualisis Kent Thompson , 7' Y , fe? ? as . 1 Q' I 1 .- 2 1 Kay Combs -.---'fa .4 Suan Sasser L JOYCE 951755 Nlarsb Londenberg 'WIN 'UW Yi Jinx Muller Jenny Rose Seymour f"""U Betty Robertson Vice-President Margaret Strickland R hx it E""u. 4 ,Q A Nancie Carroll 'dw . -N I I if 4 f thx ' 'f W- 1 ' . ' , -' f . f V- .. ' f 'S ll A 25 . ,.,, 5 , 5' Q Ag' ' I f?'f1 S L Q Q? 'I ' ' ' 'M' if - , , ,,s..f 4.4 2 H U" f .Y ,i. V "Q, 1 115 A 'f i "1 ' , 2 4 J L A ---- 4 ' 'l A Dot Reese Forest Gore Gale Wilson Judy Bennett ' fig ,,..- ,gm 1 -1 4' l,,...v' Tommy Franklin Treasurer Ellen Lentz President Brenda Mantooth 'sm X 'CQ 3' Ogden Parker Sue Arns ag?-...af 3, F T 5 R ' x . V., f X GHS ff!- The Hi-News is published by The Jour- nalism class Ten Times a year. Through This paper, sTudenTs help TurTher muTual unoler- sTancling beTween The communiTy and The school. They are TaughT To meeT people, in- TerpreT Their ThoughTs anol acTions and To presenT The TacTs in an acc:uraTe and eTTecTive way. Carol SouTherlancl Editor Dot Reese-Susan Sasser Hi-News Shop Managers ,nj 141'-1 TOP ROW, Left To RighT: Marsha Londenberg, AclverTising Manager, ForresT Gore, SporTs Editor, BeTTy Roberson, CirculaTion Manager. BOT- TOM ROW, LeTT To RighT: Kenf Thompson, FeaTure EdiTor, Joyce Garris, Business Manager. HWS lmporTanT Training is accomplished Through cooperaTion wiTh sTaff members, sTudenTs, parenTs and adminisTraTors, as well as The prinfer, engraver, local adver- Tisers and communify leaders. Addifional benefifs coming To The iournalisfic sTudenTs are: developmenT of The need of accuracy, The aloiliTy To meeT a deadline, The necessiTy of coordinaTion of efforTs, and The develop- menT of a more alerT newspaper reader. Everyone in The Jour- nalism class acTs as a re- porTer. Each reporTer is given a beaT and as- signed cerfain sTories To write. I K Mrs. Eleanor Powell Advisor 5 , . s x , Q f S E ff, W Y 5 54,31 "7" L 5 N. ,, -s 5? 1 The staff of The Hi- News not only publishes our school paper, iT also runs The Hi-News Shop. Paper and school sup- plies are sold in The shop. This facilify is a Tremendous help To The sTudenTs who need a pencil or a pack of paper. 1 N i r i E Q 6 L I nv J , X dubai m ,.4 ,f-N 1952 , Q ', 3 . N, l.. .gd .1, .,A.w. , ., . 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J V- Na L i '61 99 f J I SCHEDULE Goldsboro Opposition 2l Jacksonville osssssssss,,ssss O 7 Wilson sosss,,.o.s soos 9 O Rocky Mount osssss so osso E21 6 Fayeneville sssss ss,.o.o 3 3 O New Bern ,-,,---l-4 O Raleigh ssoss, .,.ssss 3 3 7 Wilminglon sss., E12 6 Kinslon -, ,,..,. ,so. 7 7 Sanford 6 O Durham soss, ,....s. l 3 VARSlTY FOOTBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Bill Carr, Bill Ellis, Jay Derby, Mike Sasser, Billy Stone, Mike Parrell, Jimmy Creech, Ricky McLawhorn, Joey Franklin, Art Malone, Jimmy Herring, Gary Ridge- H. M. Knowles Wav Geo 0 CO' liilils HEAD COACH Gene Causby I38 1 'sf 'A-' v 5 ..-J-.-... 1 X 1 V si , . . A Ax,,N...- gf' WHT' Li' 01.2 f' , , -f, s 5 c 45145 IIOIE WSFTOIS n . . Xiu' :ffl . g... I K ' q i W a u in ling i .fl-1 - lg X, , '9,,g.' x 'vqgfvsl M' Eddie Gomez f if ev Jay Derby N ff 'V ,2 ,fi 1 ffl " ' 1 iff' ,F A :fy 4 J ,V I 9 fl J ' MOOSE LODGE MOST PARAMOUNT SPORTSMANSHIP VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD AWARD A GIANT STEP FORWARD . . . Filling ThaT deTerminaTion is a greaT facTor in The game of fooTball and in life. We feel our l96l-62 fooTball Team Took a gianT sTep forward in The righT direcfion. Our 'squad showed Tremendous improve- menT by comparaTive scores againsT The same Teams of a year before. We feel ThaT This group of boys, wiTh Their aTTi- Tude, have made a fine con- TriIouTion . . . l40 " . . . and The 'Quakes' hiT The field!" . . . To our fooTball program and gained a loT of friends for our school. We are looking forward To nexT year wiTh a greaT deal of enThusiasm, for we feel we have a fine group of hard-working boys reTurn- ing for The 1962-63 season. MANAGERS: Bobby Freeman, Jimmy Howell, and Gerald E 2 i Johnson. z T . dpi, pkg s9'6x -I bf' , -'X R, am . ZA 311411161111 FIRST ROW: Doug Nlewborn, Arlow Tripplett, Dickie Kannon, Brent Wilson, Robert Calloway, Edward Carr, Jay Coats, Wayne Sullivan. SECOND ROW: Don Deason, Robert Dowdy, Hal Davis, Tom Andresky, Jimmy Davis, Billy Honaker, Sidney Vest, Tom Brown, David Atkinson. THIRD ROW: Managers-Dennis Wollangk, Ricky Aycock, Bert Wooters, Bill Thomas, Tommy Arnold, Dennis McClenny, Lee Albert, Mike Cole, James Mumford, Clifford Biniamin, Charles Godwin, Henry Johnson, Coach Lee, Coach Sanderson. - . Ii Haskcfball FRONT ROW: Jimmy Davis, Dicky Kannon, Skipper Wooddy, Johnny Hawley, Eddie Wyatt, David Hales, Bill Thomas, Dennis McClenny, Tony Farmer, Lee Albert, Tommy Arnold, Lee Wyman, Jimmy Stroud, Coach Ben Utley. l l42 Willie Arant Bill Stone Bill Starr Doug Sawyer Ray Stallings CAPTAIN Bryan Haskins SCHEDULE G boro - Opposition G'boro - Opposition Jacksonville AO Raleigh 55 Kinston 42 Jacksonville 51 Tarboro 51 Wilson 57 Tarboro 40 Fayetteville 41 Kinston 30 Wilmington 63 Alumni 56 Rocky Mount 30 Wilson 32 Durham 55 Wilmington 77 Four Oaks 51 Rocky Mount 49 Fayetteville 42 Durham 52 Raleigh 78 Coach Charles Lee Gary Ridgeway Charles Woodard Dickie Turlington B. R.,Warcl Don Bunn MANAGERS: J, D. Fritzenger, Charles Walker, Bert Wooters, Brent Wilson. Varsity Kaskcfball '6 7 - '62 Yi .,-vU",' Arant IFICVSBSSS score on Kinstcn. l44 Charles Woodard Scraps for rebound- Bill Starr maneuvers in for tvvo points SPIRIT Desire deTerm1naTlon efforl characTerlze our l96l 62 BaskeT In The Traclmonal splrlT That our "4. Teams an The pasT have had Stone pulls nn rebound agamsT KmsTon T ff T Y :- II ll Tx T. " ' ' ' " ' T ' I Q ball Team. We have noT failed 8 4? ' f! - I ffl ll-T ' ' , 'ff T f'll,fI , ,-.......-if! 5 lv T , Q , a x. 5 T' fs , lg r' qi w I Q N T 1 -,.s,.aY,s I ' gh' La. --. I . f 1 ' 4' 1 - ' Q. 4' il ' 4 ,L if f J 4 ji ,,.- ,- '- X I I I 5. 'V"w fi '1 1 wf -ms' J.-,U .. 1 4 .,,. ., AV,.A, - l 5 l - iam 1 V 593 2 t ' A J . W- in res, - 2 C 2 -i i if 1. -- - l i ti J if ' x FRONT: Butch Moomaw, Clinton Willer, Ricky McLawhorn, John Diviney, Jerry Trachtenberg, Jimmy Whitmer, Eddie Radford MIDDLE: Torn Garrity, David Gerald, Ruffin Benton, Jackie Kannon, George Mellon, John Parker, Donnie Best, Thurston Cobb BACK: Coach Kemp, Charles Godwin, Mike Stewart, Joe Husbands, Mike Smith, Mike Parrell, Allen Gallaher, Coach Causby Co-Captain Cocapfam Richard Jackie Pascoe Kannon i ?' of ZX xx X ,pf 4 Pascoe and Kannon during practice session. Tractenberg makes pin for G'boro. Hlnexperience- but progress" This year saw fewer wrestlers returning with any experience than at any time in the last ten years. But in spite of the greenest team to repre- sent Goldsboro High in years, we have made 'rapid progress and ex- pect to be in real conten- tion by the time the East- ern Regionals take place. .Xb -Y V0 . -. .,,, r sb ii Stallings pulls switch on Southerland. FRONT ROW: Billy Wade, Larry Kersey, Bryan Haskins, Ricky Dunlap, Ricky McLawhorn. SECOND ROW: Bob Shelton, Charles Stafford, Kenneth Casey, Harry Null, Richard Pascoe, Jimmy Deason. Crack dash Bob Shelton demonstrates good form for discus throwing. The desire and spirit of the members of the 1961 track team have contributed much toward making track a favorite spring sport at G.H.S. Coach Gerald Whisenhunt, as well as the team members, has worked hard, and everyone is expecting a good season in 1962. AP 4 1' , ,A ,N Racism 0 1 H , X, ,,,, I :hu 3 . . , X xb,r V 1- . wy'gWKw.aaep mvw+,,f meter f .Q f. ,J . V . f A 4, V' " , I .f,,,7:,,T.f:F. ' 1 ' aww'-1"f.:- 'a-sv ' 2 ' . f . - :ak I,.'mQ4.vg - ' .vw - gf E 1- - N, 4 , V Y L wk . , sea'-4. Q A ,RNQYWMM , .. 5 ,.:- V ., M ,N is ff Pw.xf,' , ' 4 1 -' -cf s ' " 3 , fi ' ff?-"f' 1 Aw' " s -. - .aJwaV., 'ws . L , ext ,, .M ... ' ' F I ll va' fgfnifai Ricky Mclawhorn, Bob Shelton, and Bryan Haskins prepare for the 100-yard wtf, 1 ' 5 1 l if -all 1 4 ' ., , I y -, S 5 J W A 'H -is 4' X 1 gg , 9 mil ' s ' HF" V M 'dm i i',,' ey ' yi' A 1 ,Q " ff ,ff 4? ff "', V ian, 1 ' ,dan 1,4961 tn M- tv fn N y N511 F R at WB , qt, V+ P, pf x X H X W 1-' fs 5 1 li' 9 v am, .f.,., ,W vw Q ,t .. Q- " ur. .,. 4 . , 'rw .. 3m,,,,e ,A qc ug, my ., .5 xi N . ,K A - - Y wa' A ,'.,..s.' -- Pfam w :. e .c," s , i XXX lt Kilt: 1? , , in '42 , , ' 1 we,-7 -'pt 'wh , Coope Eddie Gr 1 iii ,111 xll l l 1 ,...s'1m!llllesi s.'ft5FenHr-ff: Eddie Gomez warms up. Cooper Howell gives some pointers to Johnny Barwick, Eddie Gomez, and Harold Pate. Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Goldsboro Kasebal! 1961 SCHEDULE 3 7 13 7 2 2 5 14 2 2 2 11 4 9 1 1 3 O Jones Central Jones Central New Bern Kinston Durham Wilson Fayetteville Wilmington Kinston Raleigh Rocky Mount Durham Wilson Fayetteville Wilmington Raleigh New Bern Rocky Mount TOP ROW: Coach Gerald Whisenhunt, Mike Sasser, Cooper Howell, Steve Kearney, Johnny Barwick, Denny Sutton, Head Coach W. C. Sanderson. SECOND ROW: Joey Franklin, Wayne Jones, Danny Southerland, Mike Parrell, Eddie Gomez. BOTTOM ROW Donnie Langston, Eddie Wyatt, Jack Probeck, George Newsome, Harold Pate, Danny Butts, Manager Bennie Harrell 'xg t M, 505 -..u-- A ' 9 J Members of the 1961 Golf Team are: Larry Shriner, Parris Blair, Bobby Baum, Jim Griffith, Dale Brown, Bill Reauwein, Danny Tractenburg and Coach Whitener. Golt is one ot the few sports in which a person can participate during the greater part ot his lite. Members ot the G.H.S. Golf Team get practice and in- struction which will help their game throughout their playing years. Gerald Whisen- hunt, the new coach, is hoping tor a good i962 season. Parris Blair follows through on a nice drive. N .- Bobby Baum prepares to putt. Zfenni Harvey Monk waits for a serve . -eee . , 1 4 .i ,Q-ff -KQJQ r -. NH' ':- . A , if'QQ"f ' i - ff M fr, ,f Bobby Sheard demonstrates his form , A cf s N. ff.-:ss - f- X-A . - 2524, I W ang, ,,,., 1 .v1,..: 1. - I , , ,A aw-:mf-W--1. ' . if-1 : -,V J lik ng ,n 'K The tennis team had another perfect season AW for a total of 26 straight wins, being undefeated I 4,V ,I "'1 X since 1959. Coach Charles Lee, who took over W-,f'Qg,'i,x,. W :if L - f as tennis coach in 1960, is building up a tennis Q. V. record which will long be remembered. With ex- ,A cellent prospects tor another good season, the ten- nis picture at G.H.S. is a very bright one indeed! Left to Right: Kay Stallings, Johnny Koonce, Harvey Monk, Bobby Sheard, Walter Miller, Alan Weil, Danny Wise, Coach Lee, Ray Stall- ings, David Howell, Tony Worrell, Ronnie Davis, Jimmy Otwell, Buddy Jordan, Lindsay Pratt. i l l l i l Goldsboro TENNIS SCHEDULE 1961 Kinston 'if 9 ' o y Goldsboro 9 Kinston O l Q R O 1 is 8 - e 1 H ai? 7 2 9 O 8 1 8 1 Ray Stallings shows the perfect technique. Goldsboro Wilson Goldsboro Raleigh Goldsboro N.C. State Frosh. Goldsboro Wilmington Goldsboro Raleigh Goldsboro Rocky Mt. Goldsboro Durham Goldsboro Wilson Goldsboro Durham Goldsboro N.C. State Frosh Goldsboro Wilmington Z If Zheerleadars J.V. CHEERLEADERS-CCOUNTER CLOCK-WISEJ Betsy Ward, Donna Thompson, Sharon Stancik, Dean Jernigan, Jeanne Hope- well, Mary Farmer, Jo Anne Bennett, Rusty Selsor, Jean Reese. KCENTERJ Head, Sally Borden, Asst. Head, Margaret Stewart. X f 1 l ll I Carolyn Harmon Varsity Hhecrlmders '6 I - '62 Linda Freder Judy Bennett ' Terry Conway X . CFSSY 42 o o ZA? wif' Miller David Caudill Jerry Mooring La me-Ile Jones Judy Denmark af HQ! 9- 3 ,'T,4-.yi I :gf 4 OFFICERS: Pres. Bobby Freeman, Vice-Pres. George Newsome, Corresponding Sec. Bill Stone, Sergeant-at-Arms Jackie Kannon, Treas. Jay Derby, Recording Sec. Jack Probeck. Vflrfify 671117 Varsity gfllb Fraycr With the main objective of pro- moting sportsmanship at athletic events, the Varsity Club is composed of boys who have earned a letter in a maior 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 ot its members. The organization sponsors the sell- ing of concessions at the basketball games, the Varsity Club Sweetheart, and the Dance in the Spring, which honors the Sweetheart. The Varsity Sweetheart is crowned during color- ful halt-time ceremonies during the annual Homecoming game. She is featured in the Features Section of this book. Advisor Gene Causby 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 win- ning, when I feel fresh and there are no odds against me, but when things are going wrong and I am tempted to cheat, to gamble, 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 art always with me. When I am cowardly or tired, or battled, give me the sense that Thou art by my side, telling me how to plan my way and giving me the cou- rage to keep on. Be with me in the contests of today and all through life's courses. Amen. 1434 'K I Miss Jenny Seymour was crowned Varsity Club Sweetheart at our homecoming game this year by Vickie O'Tuel, Sweetheart of T960-'61 . N. X? Robert Bandy so f Q pn . ' 4 It ...pax Q Ji Joey Franklin S l , ' 'A 1339 QQ La rry Ke rsey Charles Woodard 'S' Mike Stewart , :ff -ia ' I 'geo . V ' Gish- Bobby Barbera f , WA Q Q'-1--nu,-' ,,.' ' ay' ww 4 1.2.-.uf . Tommy Franklin .f A ru . f? r ' 5 :J 'K Bill Lane lx Bobby Baum wwf, zz., l EL apnrm s l 1 ll Bobby Freeman 3410. , as 4 ,,J,r, -.IJ Ricky McLawhorn Wu., ' V415 f 2 ,Q ?94,,, .fn 5 K x EM? ff , Tinker Duke Eddie Gomez Joe Nassef if Jay Derby W f , ,i .4 wfffi .fy Gerald Johnson s.,, 'B George Newsome zf ,J nf ' 't 'f ,-, J h, ,eve 5 4 -Q Qi ' -.:f. ,P -4 V? 4, lr ,- John Diviney 44-nl' Jackie Kannon .,e- , Q in-J! V Q J sw ' , ' 'sf Jimmy Otwell fu. , . V, sr-A 'U S' -if J Q .3 , ' J g Ogden Parker Mike Parrell Jack Probeck Richard Pascoe Danny Southerland Y ' 151,9 1 " v if q . 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H J 2 1 ' , . - 1 552 gf, :AI x xi S? - . WA! i Y," ff: X f ff' . 1 A ,. W ' ff? ' ' wwgqf "x W V i its i x ef 1 ' :V V 1 5' 1, X 5 3 4 ' Q, 5 gi' ' ff is " 7' 1' if 5 .' ' 25 V . QA . Q xv J, . ,V , '1 Fi , f . s 2 , 55, K. jk M 1: Z ,ivy i 1 , + W ie ,v D was M xx x x Qx K y ,, v 'Q , , fa 'ar Lg? ' x .5 .N- ii r 'l l. N. wi Ng. .P- si Vg lm ,p is 1- A ' an ' X WT 42-i . rw' ' 1 -M , .lk 4 2 The Senior Class officers are President, Frank Dumasg Vice-President, Harry Taylorg Secretary, Kent'T??hornpis.o.ng-Treasurer, Tommy Farmer. Mrs. Betty Williamson is advisor. . ,I , . Muff" , H an W, Lf Q. ' A, . D 'P nf' X wr 'ag' gt Q-m Q :ax I v A 'K K .2 I :Q -..,,' . 'wi 1 .wr f 5, 'X 'M sf.. we , X .x ,d,,,,,4...- MARGARET ELIZABETH ABBOTT "Victory goes to the persevering." Latin Club 2, 35 FTA 45 Community Ser- vice Comm. 2, 35 Evaluation Comm. 45 Junior-Senior Decorations Comm. THURMAN RAY ANDERSON, JR. "I'm not bashful, I iust give others a chance." Latin Club 35 French Club 35 Band 25 Cor- poral 2. WILLIE GRIMES ARANT "He sleeps in the kitchen with his feet in the hall." Superl. 45 J.V. Basketball 25 V. Basket- ball 3, 45 Athl. Comm. 45 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. SHERYN SUE ARNS "She that is ever fair and ever proud has tongue at will, yet is never loud." SC, Club 35 Fr. Club 3, 45 M. Cho. 445 "Pirates of Penzance"5 Goldmasquers 3, "Showtime," "God's Test Tube"5 .lfant Night 3, 45 Gohisca 45 Surrattsville High School 25 Quill and Scroll, 4. REBECCA ANN ATHERTON "There is mischief in her eyes." S.A. Rep. 25 Jr. Council 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 3. RICHARD ALLEN BADDOUR "He will outstep all praise and make it stand behind him." Superl. 45 S.A. Rep. 2, 35 Co-Chrm. Recep. Comm. 45 EDNCSCC 25 Goldmasquers 2, 35 Make-Up 2, 3, "Legend of Dust" 4, N.C. Drama Festival 35 M. Cho. 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 45 Lat. CI. 2, 35'Pres. 35 Math Cl. 3, 45 Pres. 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Hmrm. Off. 2, 45 Jr. St. Dec. Comm. 3. Q:-11, 1,6- Q'-.:1 '7' FQ. J' , if 1,-el W 'Ritalin N-,X ROBERT RAY BAN DY "The best of the noblest minds are those set towards high ideals." Var. Cl. 2, 3, 45 V. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Lat. Cl. 2, 3, 45 Math Cl. 3, 45 S.A. Rep., Stunt Night 35 A Cappella 45 "AmaI" 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Treas.5 "Pirates of Penzance"5 Civil War Concert5 Hmrm. Officer5 NHS. ANNETTE E. BANKS "Always friendly and full of fun5 her good humor is surpassed by none." Sr. Gohisca Queen Rep.5 Sr. Superl.5 J.V. Cheerleader 2, V. Cheerleader Alt. 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 S.A. Corres. Sec. 45 A Cap- pella 3, 45 Mix. Cho. 2, 3, 4, Sec.5 "H.M.S. Pinafore"5 "Pirates of Penzance"5 Bio. Cl. 2, 3, V. Pres. 25 Lat. CI.5 Fr. Cl. GROVER KENNETH BARNETTE "I used to be a boy scout until I became 'I6-now I'm a girl scout! CAROL ANNIE BARTLETT "TalI oaks from little acorns grow." D.E. 45 Girls Chorus 2, 35 S.A. Rep. 35 Hmrm. Officer 2, 4. ARNOLD GLEN BARVVICK "The only war I have ever approved of was the Troian War5 it was fought over a woman." Math Club 3, 45 Hmrm. Officer 2, 35 Char. Homecoming Float Comm. 3. ROBERT LEO BAUM "Speak to him of Jacob's ladder, and he'll ask how many steps!" Varsity Club 3, 45 Golf Team 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 2, 35 Brd. of Elec. Comm.5 Bio. Cl. 25 Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 45 Math Cl. 4. Crt raw, Carr Gem . 1 CZ' '1 IWC M... tt.. ' I C, ITEECU 3: :I Cort Il 55 .. tes" Slum' Ilrl UL, j P. x..."" F. Lv Clfl I S xi I leans. A Ji II .ltr SANDRA JEANNE BECK . "A giggle of a girl." Stunt Night 3, 45 Hmrm. Officer, 35 Junior- Senior 35 Fr. Club 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Social Comm. 3, 45 Bul. Brd. Comm. 45 Mixed Chorus 45 "Showtime," SUSAN CAROL BELL "The noblest contribution which anyone can make for the benefit of posterity is that ot good character." NHS 3, 45 Marshal 45 V. Pres. Jr. CIass5 J.V. Cheerleader 25 Sr. Superl. 45 Rec. Sec. S.A.5 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 45 Gold- masquer Ad. Mgr. 35 Goldmasquer Brd. 35 "Showtime"5 Stunt Night5 Char. Jr.-Sr. Comm. THOMAS FRANKLIN BELL "AlI the world loves a lover, except when he's in heavy traffic." Stunt Night 2, 35 Jr.-Sr. 35 Hmrm. Ofticer5 Math Club 2, 35 Goldmasquers 2, 35 S.A. Rep. 35 Homecoming Comm. 2, 3, 45 Rec. Comm. 4, Com. Ser. Comm. 45 Career Day Comm. 45 Soc. Comm. 45 Asst. Ad. Mgr. of Hi News. VIVIAN PARKER BELL "Ski-Ramp" "When things are as pretty as this, criticism is out of style." Stunt Night 25 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 J.V. Cheer- leader 25 S.A. Rep. 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Goldmasquers 2. ga' , I ,S 'N 'Il "" I ff . 4, -'Y on fp...- CL '37 ,L 1 641155 of 6 We are the seniors, the class of '62. JUDY SANDRA BENNETT "In every heart she plays the leading role." NHS 45 Sr. Superl. 45 Marshal 45 V. Cheer- leader 45 Stunt Night 2, 35 Queen's At- tendant, Stunt Night 35 Co-Sr. Ed. Gohisca 45 Latin CI. 2, 3, Treas. 35 Bio. CI. 2, 35 Math CI. 35 A Cappella Choir 35 "AmaI"5 Jr.-Sr. 35 Soc. Comm. 2, 3, 45 Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 4. STEPHEN RAY BEST "I like a girl with a good head on my shoulder." J.V. Football 25 Wrestling 25 A Cappella 45 "Pirates of Penzance"5 Mixed Chorus 45 Goldmasquers 25 S.A. Rep. 25 Charter Committee 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 4. GEORGE DAVID BIZZELL "I'm not lazy-I just haven't found a suitable occupation." Mirror Lake High SchooI5 S.A. Rep. PARRIS MITCHELL BLAIR "The way to fight a woman is with your hat5 grab it and run." Junior Varsity Football 25 Golf 2. ,viii if mx N M-1 'iff' .IPM .1 ,wwf 3 , rg, R '31 7 - X 1 .M,.,.-. TIT?" PATRICIA BOWEN "The rude sea would go civil at her song." ca-Music Ed. comm 4, Jr.-sf. 3, slum Night 2, 3, Senior Quartet 3, 4, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, "AmaI" 2, 3, 4, Eastern Dis. Chor. Contest 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 4, Interstate Cho- ral Festival 3, V.-Pres. Mix. Cho. 4, Gold- masquets 4, "The Hasty Heart", "Holiday Showtime", Hmrm. Officer. EDWARD JOSEPH BRADEL III "l find it better in every cliimb to paddle my own canoe." Math Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, A Cap- pella 3, "Amal" 3, Visual Aid Comm. 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4. GEORGE LESLIE BRADICICH "He doesn't worry, he doesn't fret, he's a ,boy we won't forget." Biology Club 2, Stunt Night 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 4, J.V. Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3, J.V. Basketball 2, Ath. Comm. 4, As. Comm. 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. 3, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, Asst. Sports Ed. Hi News. DONALD KEITH BRANTHAM "As full of personality as it is possible to be without cracking open." D.E. Club 4, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Basket- ball 2, Varsity Football 4, Varsity Base- ball 4, S.A. Rep. 3, Hmrm. Officer 4. miors I60 I v:"""' fo fer' vue-"" 7......f-mr ,J . NANCY LEE BRASWELL "Your life shall never lack a friend." S.A. Representative 3, 4: Lunchroom Com- mittee 4. CORINNE GAIL BRIDGEWATER "Queen of Arts and daughter of Heaven." Sr. Superl. 4, Hmrm. Officer 4, Goldmas- quers 2, 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 4, Goldmasquer Brd. 4, State Drama Festival 3, "Towards Zero" 3, "Legend of Dust" 3, "God's Test Tube" 3, '-'Hasty Heart" 4, "Holiday Show- time" 4, Miss Goldsboro pageant, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. MICHAEL EUGENE BRITT "The only way to get a friend is to be one." D.O. Club. MARGARET MARION' BROCK "Fair and sweet, ,the best you'd meet." D.E. Club, Sec. 4, French Club 3, Hmrm. Officer 3. GEC ro: NHS 3, , -I, Irlil' E25 3 ml' rr MC L C 3? j,.,r, , 'L Q, gg lr. Sli .CAM isnea. Spanish Drama I r ,,. -lg iff: LIJCI 53' 533 PVC, DA :ay '1 yn 'Jr- Iarsy 1 Team 2. lair C Charts "Aww -I: Sew I: Spf feilwir "Ile ie FIA 2, 3, Ip F "Sh0vrI "legen Pres, Q ll, 1, I mal: I Heart" rrwhsn 9 lluef. library 31 Sem Banc 4 GEORGE FRANKLIN BRODIE "Don't bother me, I'm thinking." NHS 3, 4, Marshal 4, Semi-finalist NMSQT 4, Math Club 3, Science Cl. 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, "Amahl", A Cappella 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, S.A. 4, Treas., NCSCC Leader- ship Conference 4, Amer. Friends Seminar 3, Jr.-Sr. 3, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, Lib. Rep. 2, 3, NEDT Certificate of Merit. SALLY ELIZABETH BROOK "O.K., Teacher, you can talk now, l've fin- ished." Spanish Club 3, Goldmasquers 4, State Drama Festival 3, Carolina Dramatic As. 4, Legend of Dust", "Hasty Heart" 4, "Holiday Showtime" 4, San Antonio, Tex- as, Providence High School 2, 3. DALE LINWOOD BROWN "Early to bed, early to rise, would spoil the fun of a whole lot of guys." Varsity Club 3, 4, Science Cl. 3, 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Track 3. MARGARET ANNE BROWN "Music is the speech of angels." Latin Club 2, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2,- 3, 4, "H.M.S. Pinafore", "Amahl" 2, 3, 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 4, Senior Quartet 3, 4, Civil War Concert 3, Spring Concert 3, Greensboro Music Festival 3, Jr.-Sr. LINDA LOU BUCKNER "The faithful are certain of their reward." FTA 3, French Club 3, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Prop. Chair. 3j "Towards Zero" 3, "Showtime" 3, "God's Test Tube" 2, 3, "Legend of Dust" 3, State Festival 3, V.- Pres. Goldmasquers 4, Goldmasquer Brcl. 3, 4, Goldmasquer Princess 4, Sec. Dra- matic Art Dept. 4, Student Director "Hasty Heart." KENNETH A. BUTLER "When Gabriel blows his horn, we'll play a duet." Library Representative 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Second Lt. Band 2, 3, 4, N.C. Allstate Band 3, 4. L. 1 ,A-.2"' ,1 -cf' ' .. Q., , ar- 1 as as Kaz? 1'- 451 7' . 'Pr 'Q' LINDA KAY CAMERON "It's nice to be natural when you're nat- urally nice." NEDT Merit Certificate 2, Hmrm. Officer 3, FTA 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, Devotion- al Comm. 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. 3, Board of Elections Comm. 3. NANCIE MAY CARROLL "Big Mama" "Enough sense and non- sense to make a charming person." FTA 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Dead- wood" 3, "Showtime" 3, Intra. Basketball 2, 3, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Hi News Staff 3, 4, Advertising Staff 3, Asst. Circulation Mgr. 4, Jr.-Sr. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Soc. Comm. 3, 4, Homecoming 4, Quill and Scroll 4. WALTER CANNON "These are the good years." CALVIN RAEFORD CARTER "Why should the devil have all the fun?" D.E. Club 4, Fr. ci. 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Bio. cl. 2, 3, Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Showtime" 3, "God's Test Tube" 3, "Legend of Dust" 3, Carolina Drama As. 3, 4, "Fashion Show" 3, Head of Concessions 3, "Holi- day Showtime" 4, Stunt Night 3, Wres- tling 3, 4, J.V. Football 3, Hmrm. Officer 3, 4. MARY LILLIAN COLE "Ambition has no rest." NHS 3, 4, Library Club 2, French Club 4, Lib. Rep. 3, Laies High School, Azores, Portugal. HILARY MARILYN COLEMAN "The charm of her presence is felt where she goes." S.A. Representative 4, Saint Andrew's Priory 2, 3. nm-fo-, 7 f 'W 1,35 'My , , A. X ,I ,ny y fm ff , 1 ,pu T' 4944119 -7-MM' 'K ' f. ' Ka, WWC Q'7"'!8W Ki .4 Y I X fav I I I I I I I I I e I li II Il il It .4 Q.. 4' I I I 4 1 i 2 i Ii ii 51 li I Fi 1 I II WH' new r 'f ' f ' Q ilfif' 'W T147 .. e- W My .. 9 " A - "ff A . I ,S 4. ' ,9Q' ,Ly 'lf' . i , L ..,- jg W, I .... vj' 1 fr-1, .xgg .- ' . . I 'vrfw-"V if 'ff JUDITH ANNE COLEY "Keep your face towards the sunshine, and the shadows will fall behind you." DE Club 2, 3, Library Club 2. MAXINE SMITH COLLINS unanswerable. DE Club 4- Mixed Chorus 3- Girls Chorus "Ar uments out of a rett rnouth are l 9 H P V if 1 45' I z 'L 2 I I C ,a uf JOSE FERNAN DO CONTI "Pepe" "There will always be a place in our hearts for you." Exchange Student 4, NHS 4, A Cappella 4, Board of Election Comm. 4, S.A. Coun- cil 4, Barcelona, Spain 2, 3. JAMES EARL COOMBS "l often wonder who will run the world when I leave it." DO Club 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3. GEORGE A. COOPER "A friend through thick and thin." Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Showtime 3, Holi- day Showtime 4, Hasty Heart 4, Drama Festival 4. CAROL CORRIERI "Her smile, her voice, her comely ways. Her bubbling personality betrays." Girls' Chorus 2, Band 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4. WILLIAM NATHAN COTTON "He would recover from the bite, it would be the dog that died." LOIS RUTH COUCH "She has no wings, but she does things no angel could excel." NHS 3, 4, Pres. 4, Superl. 4, Marshal 4, Soph. Cl. Sec. 2, M. Cl. 3, FTA 3, 4, Sec. 4, Biol. Cl. 3, Lat. CI. 2, Dev. Comm. Chrm. 4, GOHISCA 4, Sr. Council 4, Brd. of Elec. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Stunt Night Queen Runner-up 3, Homecoming Sponsor 4. CHESTER GENE COWLES 'When I feel an energetic spell coming on, I iust sit real still until it goes away." Goldmasquer 4. JEANNE CRAIN "There may be some substitute for good nature, but so far it hasn't been discov- ered." ' S.A. Representative 4, Board of Elections Committee 4, Durham High School 2, 3. ARTHUR PAUL CULBRETH "Good natured and generous, iolly and clever, his tongue like a brooklet runs on forever." DO Club 2, 3, 4. SARAH LEE CULBRETH "You look at her silence and fancy she speaks." Biol. CI. 2, FTA 3, Lunch Room Comm. 3, Jr. Sr. Card Comm. 3, Bull. Brd. Comm. 4, Homeroom Officer 2. 4 , I' ,msn ffl .,.. F .of Sv AJ: 3 3. , F JL "lo 1:91 lcnf Band It 3, Sluf Stale Bs NORI. "One It en is I abou' f DEC llllll J V. cIi'a if ELIZABETH DIANE DAIL "An art is not a thing, it is a way." Marshal 45 M. Club 35 Fr. Club 35 Biol Club 2, 35 Sc. Club 35 Goldmasquers 4, Floor Show 3, 45 Show Time 35 Goldmas- quer Brd. 45 Holiday Show Time 45 Hmrm. Off. 4. DURWOOD RAY DANIELS "To work or not to work, that is the ques- tion." Band 2, 3, 45 2nd Lt. 45 3rd Cl. Musiciar 35 Stunt Night 25 Dance Band 3, 45 All State Band CEastern Divisionl 3, 4. NORMAN WAYNE DAVENPORT "One thing I can't understand about wom en is how women understand so mucl about men." DE Club 45 Clayton High School 2. HENRY JACK DAVILA "Why worry about life, you never get out of it alive anyway." EDNA FRANCES DAVIS "You find yourself refreshed by the pres- ence of cheerful people." Marshal 45 Lat. Club 2, 35 Sp. Club 3, 45 Biol. Club 25 Lib. Club 45 Hmrm. Off. 3. SALLY ANN DAVIS "So quiet, so gentle and refined, always thoughtful and very kind." Sp. Club 3, 45 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 45 Cos- tume Hd. 45 "Show Time" 35 "God's Test Tube" 2, 35 "Legend of Dust" 35 "Hasty Heart" 45 Grad. Production 2, 35 Gold- masquer Brd. 45 Hmrm. Off. 3. STEPHEN HOLT DAVIS "Maybe you've noticed it-the happiest people are also the busiest." Science Club 45 Stunt Night 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Comm. 35 GOHISCA 45 S.A. Rep. 35 Hmrm. Off. 35 Needham Broughton High School 2, 3. WILLIAM GREENE DAVIS "My foolish parents taught me how to read and write." DO Club 4. The Homecoming VICTORY Dance. Graduating Hass 'K fl. " g. if f xl 1 5, ,I K . 1 1 31-...cr , t' 'R ff' 915.3 .s 1 g . . , "f'?f ' "V. s,f 641155 af '6 NELLIE FAYE DEANS "Let them 'call it mischief, when it is past and prospered, 'twill be virtue." Band 3, Radio 3, Maiorette 2, S.A. Rep. 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Hmcoming Fl. Comm. Hmrm. 3. SANDRA CAROL DEATON "Pretty is as pretty does, but it saves time to be good-looking." Baal. cl. 2, 3, A, Fr. cl. 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, V.-P. 3, Pres. 4, M. Cho. 4, Goldmasquers 4, "The Hasty Heart," "Holiday Showtime" 4, lntra. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, S. A. Rep. 2, Soc. Comm. 2, Stunt Night 2, 3. JAMES MANLEY De-BRUHL "lt ever a heart was in the right place, it is yours." G.H.S. Band 2, 3, 4, Corp. 4, Quarter- master 4, Stage Band 2. W ..,, Y W , Iggy f' WW ' fi Q .. 4, Yank, ik 1: Xmx' 'rf I ,cf , Q 'Sivan 'ra i J, Ep. , K me s, Y Y DELLA DOVE DENMARK "Precious things come in small packages." Biol. Cl. 2, 3, 4, Fr. Cl. 4, FTA 3, 4, Gold- masquer 4, "Holiday Showtime" 4, Intra. Basketball 2, S.A. Rep. 3, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Soc. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3. "'K'1':?' 1 r,..w-w :www ,CF 'azz .fly .wif Q or-an Q-....... WILLIAM JAY DERBY "The great hope of society is individual character." Pres. of Soph. Class 2, NHS 3, 4, Var. Cl. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Lat. Cl. 2, Sc. Cl. 3, 4, I J. V. Football 2, V. Football 3, 4, "'Best Sportsmanship" Award 4, V. Track 3, 4, S. A. Rep. 3, Stunt Night 3, Flag Comm. Chrm. 4, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3. BRENDA GAY DILLINGER "They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, so l've taken up cooking." FTA 3, FHA 3, Lib. Cl. 3, Hmrm. Off. 3, Float Chairman 3, Radford High School, Honolulu, Hawaii 2, 3. ROBERT EDWARD DRIVER "No legacy is so rich as honesty." S. A. Rep. 3, Gr. Comm. 4, Goldmasquer 3, 4, "God's Test Tube" 4, "Toward Zero" 3, "Showtime" 3, Dist. Dr. ,Fes. 4, "Teach Me How to Cry" 3, Goldmasquer Brd. 4, H. House Man. 4, Beauty Pageant, Fashion Show 3, "The Hasty Heart" 4, "Browsie and Willie" 3, "Legend of Dust" 3. HUBERT JAMES DUDLEY, JR. "Give me 10,000 women, but give them to me one at a time." Sr. Cl. 3, 4, M. Cl. 3, 4, Lat. Cl. 2, J.V. Baseball 3, J.V. Basketball 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Jr. Sr. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. lllll "Save l South l llldlll C 3, Hom, "let mf me KOH So, N ut! NHS 42 4, St. levee "A win' so neat, S: C.. lil. Cl. 2 3, Slant DOL ip- uw'E . lc ana Marshal Sc. C.. A LES: EG- Cc 'li Hrw lr. Si l:TE QI llf. i JAMES FRANCIS DUGAN III "Save your Confederate money, boys, the South will rise again!" Math CI. 3, 4, Sc. CI. 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, Homecoming Comm. 2. NELSON LEE DUKE the road, and be a friend to man. Soph. Council 2, Ind. Arts Cl. 2. naw' xr",- ffl-et me live in a house by the side of D saggy! fs KM ORRIS FRANK DUMAS, JR. "Leaders are born, not made." NHS 4, CI. Treas. 2, Cl. Pres. 4, Superl. 4, Sc. Club 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, S.A. Representative 4. VIRGINIA EAKES "A winning way, a pleasant smile, dressed so neat, but quite in styIe." Sc. CI. 3, Biol. Cl. 2, 3, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, M. GI. 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Soc. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 3, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3. DONALD KENNETH EDGERTON "Give a man a fine reputation to live up to and he will do it." Marshal 4, NEDT Award 3, M. Club 3, 4, sc. cl. 3, 4, Lai. cl. 2, 3, Biol. cl. 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, V. Football 3, Vis. Ed. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Chrm. 4, Lib. Rep. 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, Radio Dept. 3, "Show- time" 3, "Legend of Dust" 3. RICHARD DONALD EDWARDS "TaIl, dark, and handsome." Ln. I "M, qv. MARY ELIZABETH EGGLESTON "Those who give most are least concerned about their returns." Notre Dame Academy 2, 3. LOUISE MERRITT EHLERS "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." FTA 3, FHA 3, 4, Lib. CI. 3, M. Cho. 4, Radio II 3, 4, Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Show Time," "Gocl's Test Tube" 3, "Holiday Showtime" 4, Rec. Comm. 3, Caf. Comm. 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Jr. Class Rep. 3. JULIE ANNETTE ROSE ELLIS "A cheerful look makes a dish a feast." Devotion Comm. 3, 4, "The Hasty Heart" 4, Holiday Show Time" 4, Jr. Council Rep. 3, Jr. Sr. 3, Jr. Talent Show 3. JOYCE ANN ELMORE "Honest bread is very well, it's the butter that makes the temptation. DE Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Second Lt. in Band 3, 4, All-State Eastern Division Band 2, Musicianship Award 2. n LINDA FAYE ELMORE "Here is a lady, sweet and kind." NHS 3, 4, Secretary 4, Bio. CI. 2, 3, Marshal, FTA 3, 4, Treas. 4, French Club 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Devotional Comm. 3, 4, Hmrm. 3, 4. LINDA FAYE ELMORE "An upright person can never be a down- right failure." Goldmasquers 3, 4, "Deadwood" 3. 'ingi- ,pf md Wwfnml fe-.4-v , M., in ' rfb IW' ff! .Att- JW ,.f I fif 'ff fig i ,M . I J. D. ETHERIDGE "A busy mind, a quiet smile, every mo- ment made worthwhile." WILEY WILBUR ETHERIDGE "Man has his will, but woman has her way." DE Club 3, 4. NANCY JANE EVANS "A soft answer turneth away wrath." DE 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2. JOHNNY LAWRENCE FAIRCLOTH "Never put off till tomorrow what you can put off until day after tomorrow." DE 3, 4, President 4. JUDY DARLEEN FAIRCLOTH "They have everything for short girls, except short boys." Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, S.A. Rep. 2. CHARLES THOMAS FARMER "The mind is the lever to all great things." Marshal 4, NHS 4, Latin Cl. 2, 3, Math Cl. 3, Science Cl. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Bio. Cl. 3, Fr. CI. 4, Wrestling 3, S.A. Rep. 3, Senior Class Treas. 4, Stunt Night 2. I66 2 2 .91 ar 72 1, GTF,- MARY JANET FIELDS "lt's not what you do, it's what you get caught doing!" Girls' Chorus 2, 3, "H.M.S. Pinafore" 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, S.A. Rep. 3, Hmrm. Offi- cer 2, 3, Cafeteria Committee 2, 3, Float Committee 2, 3. ETHEL NADINE FISHER "Difficulties have a way of disappearing when you laugh at them." Transfer from Olympia High School, WILLIAM HENRY FORSYTHE "A willing heart, a willing hand, always ready on demand." J.V. Football 2, S.A. Rep. 3, Hmrm. Of- ficer 2, 3. P EUGENE tHoMAs FRANKLIN zf A-. W' 497' ,mf Rip! 'fe'-'Q' 'Su' -pf-' 5...- Se-It "We must always be sincere, whether we mean it or not." NHS 3, 4, Treas. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treas. 4, Class V.-Pres. 2, Jr. Class Treas. 3, Sr. Superl. 4, Var. Club 3, 4, J.V. Foot- ball 2, V. Football 3, Soph. Ed. Gohisca 2, S.A. Ed. Gohisca 3, Ad. Mgr. Gohisca 4, Hi News Staff 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Stunt Night King 3, Char. Charter Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. 3. LINDA ANN FREDERICK "Beauty is the smile of God, and music is His voice." NHS 3, 4, Marshal 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Bio. Club 2, 3, Fr. Club 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, "HMS Pina- fore" 3, "AmaI" 2, 3, 4, Senior Quartet 3, 4, Jr. Editor GOHISCA 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Devotion Committee 2, 3. ROBERT ALLEN FREEMAN "Oh what a man may within him hide, although an angel on the outward side." Varsity Cl. Pres. 4, NHS 4, Marshal 4, Math Club 3, 4, Bio. CI. 2, 3, V.-Pres. 3, Fr. Cl. 2, Science Cl. 3, V. Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4, V. Basketball Mgr. 2, V. Golf 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, S.A. Rep. 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. 'ta W' sn, I y. 've 'lb 5 .. ,, ..... I 7 lin. rail' -- 1 i ? Q4 ' ar ., . , .3, , . W y ef. 4 fa. 5.2 ff.. ' ' T' Q 'va-'gif' .. z, ,':,,'Y?v'. l ' 'ln xii. , fix Wav' vb were y. " I. - B91 aus.-nr f X. . 4,3 5 . Ti 4 H, lil 1. JO "Ile WI able sei DE Cl. V. Baal ball 2. 2, llnic Fl "She Ls Item." V. Chee Biol. Cl. que: 2, lllan. 4 litre" E 31 C025 4, It. E Il, Soc. B HA bei males Qlfll QI CHQ ' -. 'M fiv- Hrwr, A--I. Gurllgl ll V v C' else M, Fl-I' Q .f-V It 4: C 37 LGS: llme' 4 lligltea' JOHN DAVID FRITZINGER "He who gives a laugh gives a measur- able service to mankind." DE Cl. 4, J.V. Football Manager 2, 3, V. Basketball Statistician 4, lntra. Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Soph. Rep 2, Junior Rep. 3, Ath. Comm. 2. FAYE FRANCINE GARRIS "She has the melodies of heaven in her heart." V. Cheerleader 4, Stunt Night Queen 2, Biol. Cl. 2, Latin Cl. 2, Fr. Cl. 3, Goldmas- quer 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquer Brd. 4, Bus. Man. 4, "Holiday Showtime" 4, "Show Time" 3, State Fes. 3, "God's Test Tube" 3, Goldmasquer Princess 3, 4, S.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Bull. Brd. Chrm. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Soc. Comm. 3. BRENDA JOYCE GARRIS "A hearty laugh, a mischievous smile makes her life worthwhile." Quill and Scroll 3, 4, A Cappella 4, M. Cho. 4, "Amahl," "Pirates of Penzance" 4, FHA 2, Hi News 3, 4, Bus. Man. 4, Hmrm. Ott. 2, 3, Dev. Comm. 3, 4, GOHISCA 4, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. LINDA CAROL GINGELL "Diplomacy is the art of letting someone else have your way." FHA 2, A Cappella 3, M. Cho. 3, G. Cho. 2, 4, Golclmasquers 3, 4, "Show Time" 3, "God's Test Tube" 4, "Holiday Show- time" 4, Fashion Show 2, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Flagbearer 3. GA 'TV ,,. . ,-..'- '95 6'l1ll7l'5 You never know what you'll find in your locker these days. EDDIE H. GOMEZ "He always tights his way to win the game, and never thinks himself to win the fame." Superl. 4, V. Club 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Baseball 2, 3, 4, V. Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, "Most Val- uable Player" Award 4, Del. to Youth Physical Fitness Conference 3. JUDITH ANNE GOODSON "Goodness does not consist in greatness, but greatness in goodness." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, "Amahl" 4, Dramatic Arts 4, Hi News Staff 4, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3. LUCIAN FORREST GORE, JR. "To provoke laughter without ioining in on it is the sign of a true wit." Lat. Cl. 2, 3, Biol. Cl. 2, 3, 4, M. Cl. 3, 4, Sc. Cl. 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, Hi News 4, Chrm. Athl. Comm. 4, Assembly Comm. 3, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, lntra. Basketball 4, Quill and Scroll 4. VVAN DA JO GRADY "There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness." Lib. Cl. 2,' 3, Treas. 3, DE Cl. 4, Sgt. at Arms 4, Goldmasquers 3, "God's Test Tube" 3, S.A. Rep. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Lib. Comm. 2, 4, Chrm. 2. if .590-A 'WSW . . , wif wanna-55 W! 'fgiif fi' sw- SPILLMAN WADSVVORTH GRICE, JR. "He must have a sixth sense, there's no sign of the other five." Lib. Cl. 2, Band 5. ELLEN RAE GUPTON Cheerfulness oils the wheels of life." Anchorage, Alaska 2, 3. KIRBY CLEVELAND GURLEY "Well, Rip Van Winkle became famous while he was sleeping." Superl. 4, Goldmasquer 2, 3, 4, Showtime 3, Beauty Pageant 3, Fashion Show 3, Towards Zero 3, Brusie and Willie 3, Hasty Heart 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Hmrm. 2, 3. MARLENE FAYE GURLEY "Seldom serious, often gay-a grand sport in every way." Band 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Head 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "God's Test Tube" 2, "Show Time" 3, Drama Fes. 3, Gold- masquer Brd. 3, "Holiday Showtime" 4, "Brewsie and Willie" 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Rep. 4, Talent Show 3. Study Hall? Graduating 6711155 l68 was Q93 -e-We THOMAS MAGNUS GVVATN EY "How can I get my diploma when you girls take all my time?" J.V. Football 2, Hmrm. Off. 2, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3. LINDA HOPE HAM "The smile backed by understanding com- pletely outshines all others." FTA 3, Biol. Cl. 2, M. Cl. 4, Intra. Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Comm. 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, Jr. Coun- cil 3, Brd. of Elec. Comm. 2, Dev. Comm. 2, Radio Dept. 2. CAROLYN LEIGH HARMON "Her gestures, motions, and her smiles, her wit, her voice our hearts beguile." NHS 3, 4, Marshal 4, Superl. 4, M. Club 3, 4, SGC. 3, Biol. Cl. 2, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, LGT. Cl. 3, SC. Cl. 3, A Cappella 4, M. Cho. 4, J.V. Cheerleader 2, V. Cheerleader 3, 4, Asst. Head 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3. JANE ANNE HARPER "She lives most who thinks most, 'Feels the noblest, and acts the best." "Teach Me How to Cry" 3, "Showtime" 3, Camelback High School, Phoenix, Ari- zona. Wi L r i i f WO. "Bless: CT '35 Vihiili- Varsity Basket.. . A NECK it l "KM l'b'2'. 3 Cx fe H HA :,',., arrcag . D: f' . Pow Ci ll "VOM been d DC Clu ,, .car 3, ELL 5E'fy" Hess." H338 Ri 3. BRIAN FREDRIEK HARVEY "A true English gentleman." Math Club 4. WOODROW BRYAN HASKINS "Blessed are they who run around in circles, for they shall be known as big wheels." Varsity Club 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Home Room Officer 2, 3. JANET MARIE HATCH "Kindness gives birth to kindness." Library Representative 2, 3, 4, Home Room Officer 2, 3. BARBARA ANN HEAD "A friend through thick and thin-a rarity among us men." DE Club 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Home Room Officer 2, 3. JOHNNY WALTER HEAD "You're out of condition. What have you been doing, studying?" DO Club 4, Treasurer 4, Home Room Of- ficer 3. ELIZABETH ANN HILBURN "Betty" "Her ways are ways of pleasant- ness." Home Room Officer 3, S.A. Representative 3. SALLY KAYE HINSON "Footloose and Fancy free." Senior Superl. 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, "Holiday Showtime" 4, Capt, Girls' Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Student- Faculty Game 2, 3, 4, Home Room Of ficer 2, S.A. Representative 4. BONNIE FAYE HOLLOMAN "Hold the fort-I'm comingl" Spanish Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Home Room Officer 2, 3,.4, Intra. Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 2, 3, 4, Stunt,Night 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. 3, S.A. Represen- tative 2, 3. SYLVIA JEAN HOLLOWELL "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." Biology Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Math Club 3, Home Room Officer 4. VIVIAN HORTON "Boots" "Take care of me, good women are scarce." FTA 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Jr. Class Rep. 3, Jr.-Sr. 3, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Homecoming 4. COOPER HOWELL "I'm not sleeping, coach, l'm iust resting my eyes." V. Baseball 2, 3, 4. LARRY BERLEY HOWLAND "Those who don't cross rivers until they get to them, have few rivers to cross." Albuquerque, N. M. Qi' 'ww' J-an "'-,..,.n- qs . 9 ,4- 195 ...ty 4... fv- ,Q,,.V-.-vof I. XM. JOSEPH WH ITTLE HUSBAN DS "One of those happy souls, who are the salt of the earth." Math Cl. 3, 45 Science CI. 3, 45 Biology Cl. 25 Wrestling 45 Hmrm. Officer 2, 35 Junior-Senior 35 Recep. Comm. 35 Grounds Comm. 3. LINDA FAYE INGRAM "Wise except when other wise." Girls' Chorus 3, 4. SHARON MARIE INSKO "A pretty face, a friendly smile." Girls' Chorus 4. ERNEST LEE JACKSON "Take life as you find it, but don't leave it so." DE Club 4, DO Club 3. LINDA JACKSON "Personality is to a girl what perfume is to a flower." Girls' Chorus 25 Intra. Basketball 25 Home- room Officer 2, 3, 4. LINDA CAROL JACKSON "To err is human, to forgive is divine." DE Club 35 Mixed Chorus 25 S.A. Repre- sentative 45 Homeroom Officer 3. W, ef--fv rf. W. "' ,, ' 1 57 gm. .unwfliv .xwf E .4-uf: EDITH GRAY JOHNSON "She's as good as she is fair." FHA 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Holiday Show Time 45 S.A. 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Fashion Show 2. JUDITH JOHNSON "Everything I want to do is either il- legal, immoral or fattening." Biology Cl. 25 Spanish CI. 3, 45 Gold- masquers 3, 45 Goldmasquer Board 45 "Showtime" 35 "Hasty Heart" 45 Property Head 45 "God's Test Tube" 35 Board of Elections 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 3. CHARLES FREDRICK JONES "A Wiseman reflects before he speaks." DO Club 4. BETTY KAYE JONES "Five were blond. four were red, and one was a saucy little brunette." Math Cl. 3, 45 Science CI. 3, 45 Biology CI. 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 25 "Pirates of PeneSance" 45 Jr. Sr. Comm. 35 Mag. Chr. 35 Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 45 Junior Rep. 3. GLENDA LEE JONES "lt's easy, girls, if you only have the eyes. FHA 2, 3, 45 FTA 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Intra. Basketball 25 Hmrm. Officers 2, 35 Sr. Rep. 45 S.A. 2, 35 Lib. Rep. 25 Stunt Night Comm. 25 Jr. Sr. 3. 11 JOHN WAYNE JONES "Blessed is the man who is too busy to worry in the daytime and too sleepy at night." J.V. Football 25 V. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Sr V215 I. ca N, .. V: Ren. J' Cu if ft Lf' lfe 2 . , Lain L 3, 1, F' lIC'S 3 Nlcwl Q. c p J iicpofts. ,, .. 50611 Horferoi Sgt. el Ferret -I5 IIELI' IIS ll eww? I l , I I SHIRLEY BENNETT JONES "The place to be happy is here, the time to be happy is now." DE Club 3, 4, Band 2, Flagbearer 2, S.A. Rep. 3, Sophomore Council 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3. CAROLYN ANN JORDAN "Like a flower, gentle, sweet, and lovely." Latin Cl. 2, 3, Science Cl. Sec. 3, Lib. Cl. 3, 4, Pres., Biology Cl. 2, Board of Elec- tions 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, Mag. Chr. 3, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, S.A. Alternate 2. JACK ELLIS KANNAN "Sportsmanship and courage lead a great role in life." Homeroom Officer 3, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 4, Mixed Chorus 4, J.V. Football 2, V. Football 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Track 3, 4. STEVE J. KEARNEY "lt's not that l'm short, it's lust that everyone else is overgrown." J.V. Baseball 2, 3. ETHEL MAE KEEL "As pleasant as the morning, as refresh- ing as the rain." DE Club 4, Editor of Promotion 4, Home- room Officer 2, 3, Junior Council 3. MARGARET JEAN KELLY "She's a man hater, but the Bible says love your enemies." A Cappella 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Amahl 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, Jr. Sr. 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, Superl. 4, Jr. Council 3, Recp. Comm. 4. LAURA NELLE KING "Delicious, D-lightful, D-lovely." H. M. KNOVVLES "Give me a man who does his best to win the game, and I will have a winner." J.V. Football 2, V. Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2. l l Those source themes are getting US down. 611155 nf 6 1'- " .Mm 2+ wi' 1 ,, ,Rf , I ' X f ' I if : Bt 1 Smirfrs Junior-Senior memories WILLIAM DUFFY LANE "A ladies man he is, no doubt, for where he is girls are about." Varsity Club 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Wres- tling 3, Eastern Regional Champion, Stunt Night 2. JAMES CRAIG LANGSTON "The only way to get the best of an argument is to avoid it." Chemistry Club 4, Band 2, 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Visual Ed. 4. ELLEN LINN LENTZ "Portrait of a Lady." Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4, Gohisca Court 2, Band Sponsor 3, NHS 4, Gold- masquers 3, 4, Holiday Showtime 4, Stunt Night 3, State Festival 3, Showtime 3, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, S.A. Council 2, 3, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Gohisca Staff 3, 4, Co-Jr. Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Inter. Rel. Comm. 2. JOHN MERIWETH ER LEWIS "True worth is in being, not seeming." Marshal, NHS 4, Flag Committee 4. ,pw-4 'FN 5 Ni. cr 'T' JAMES LINDSAY "I can guarantee you I have Iived." PEGGY CRISP LOFTIN "My heart is whole, my fancy free, Go away, young men, don't bother me." Superl. 4, Latin Cl. 2, 3, Library Club 2, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, Library Comm. 3, Devotion Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2. MARSHA FAYE LONDENBERG "Her hair is her crowning beauty." Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, French Cl. 3, Show Time 3, Fashion Show 3, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Hi News Shop 3, 4, Hi News Staff 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, Reporter 2, Business Manager 3, Advertising Man- ager 4. CAROLYN ANN LOVE "Success is in doing, not being." Goldmasquer Queen 3, Goldmasquer Of- ficer 4, Goldmasquer's 2, 3, 4, Make-up Crew 4, GoIdmasquer's Board 3, 4, Dead- wood Dick 2, "God's Test Tube" 2, 3, Show Time 3, Jr. Sr. 3, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, 3, 4. 'Besse IW? Golctti G5 :sm Cty, SIT Bc"U - c IA ' ','lr'lE limes Df flul 3, Hoa vmttei I 'lvlove I IG, ' C I . I' "Tre 'g Wea f, 'O M , BRE 'l M. at 15 NHS 2 42 ': 2 3,4 Cara :I I Ci Q, I ':,w Sm. 4 'IV sch,- A FRED LANE LOY, JR. "Blessed is the influence of one true, loving human soul on another." Goldmasquers 3, 45 Towards Zero5 Miss Goldsboro Pageant5 Teach Me How To Cry5 Showtime5 Hasty Heart5 Goldmasquer Board 4. JAN ICE PARRISH LU PTON "Write your name each day in gentleness, kindness, patience, and courtesy." DE Club 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Assembly Com- mittee 3. RONNIE E. LYNN "Move over, boys, and let the master shovi you how." Stounton Military Academy 2, 3. ART GORDON MALONE "The real measure of man's character is what he'd do if he knew he'd never be found out." BRENDA CAROL MANTOOTH "Beauty is not always good, but goodness is always beautiful." NHS 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Goldmasquers 45 Holiday Showtime 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 35 Chr. G Pin5 Comm. Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 S.A. Council 45 Gohisca Departmental Editor 45 Science cl. 2, French cl. 3, 4, Pres.5 FTA 3, 4, Vice-President5 Latin Club 25 Quill and Scroll 4. TERRY WAYNE MARKLEY "You can't kiss a girl unexpectedly, only sooner than she thought you would." Osceola High, Kissimmee, Florida. 1 '35 'Wh Q ll ,-, I Q "US MARY SUE MASSEY "Personality is the thing that towers above all else in the world." A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Pinafore 25 Spring Music 35 Amahl and the Night Visitors 3, 45 Social Comm. 45 Stunt Night 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 lntra. Basketball 2, 3, 4. JAMES ANDREW MCCLEN NY "You're darn right I'm sick, I'm sick of school, I'm sick of work, and I'm sick of all you girls hanging around me." A Cappella 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Gold- masquers 3, 45 Gods Test Tube 35 Show- time 35 J.V. Football 25 Track 25 Homeroom Officer 25 Jr. Sr. Dec. Committee 3. THERESA ANN MCCOOL "lf you want to be happy, don't neglect this one." Latin CI. 2, 3, 45 Biology Cl. 2, 35 Board of Elections 35 Social Comm. 2, 35 Stunt Night 2, 35 Hi News Staff 45 Asst. Bus. Mgr. Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Math Cl. 3, 45 French Cl. 3, 45 Science Cl. 3. LINDA LEE MCCORMICK "Cute as pie, here's the girl that makes Ed sigh." Biology CI. 2, 3, 45 FTA 45 FHA 45 Science CI. 45 S.A. Rep. 35 Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 45 Senior Council Rep. 45 Mag. Rep. 25 G Pin Comm. 45 Social Comm. 45 Stunt Night 3, 4. ROBERT SOLON MCKENZIE "Inspiration and genius, one in the same." Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Library Chairman 3, 45 Math Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 S.A. Rep. 2, 35 Evaluation Committee 4. fi .-W, fx K , M "twig, ' if T , X X IQ! fe .-.sf di" 'W GEORGE HAROLD MIKELL JR. Not to live at ease 15 not to live at all. Spanish Club 3. App.. 998 'X"Hi'k -fm., Www LA DONNA FAY MILLER "Keep your mind on the great and splen- did things you would like to do, and you will find yourself doing them." Math Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Evaluation Committee 45 North Duplin High School. HARVEY GREGORY MONK "Wild oats need no fertilizer." Biology Cl. 25 Math Cl. 35 French Cl. 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Intra. Sports 3, 45 Hmrm. Officer 2, 35 Stunt Night Comm. 2, 3, 45 S.A. Rep. 2, 35 Athletic Comm. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Committee. JIMMY ALLEN MOORE "Look towards the future, live for the present." Homeroom Officer 25 Mixed Chorus I. NANCY WILSON MOORE "To be athletic and still feminine is quite a feat." DE CI. 45 Treas. FTA 25 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Amahl 2, 3, 45 S.A. Rep. 25 Gohisca Staff 45 Co-Editor, Music5 Senior Council Rep. 45 Community Service Comm. 25 Stunt Night 2. RONALD VVESLEY MOORE "Good deeds are life's brightest stars5 they shine in the daytime as well as in the night." Goldmasquers 3. VIRGINIA CAROLYN MOORE "Be patient, keep sweet, stay happy and neat." Library Club 2, 4. 'und' .. 1- N... Qs D Ji- U. ' 5 Q04 A -...,.,af I 7 4 'A"g551n's,5,6.,,. JERRY JEAN ETTE MOORING "Jerry-Pie" "It ain't what 'cha do5 it's the way that 'cha do it!" J.V. Cheerleader 25 V. Cheerleader 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Comm. Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Stunt Night 3, 45 Social Committee 45 In- tra. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Math Club 2. BETTY LEE MULLER "There is nothing so kingly as kindness and nothing so royal as truth." Hmrm. Officer 35 A Cappella 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Holiday Showtime 45 Carolina Dramatic As. 45 Mag. Chr. 45 Jr. Council Rep. 35 Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 35 French Club 45 Biology Club 4. JINX ANN MULLER "The pink of perfection." A Cappella Choir 35 Showtime 35 Amahl 35 S.A. Rep. 35 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Comm. 35 Social Comm. 2, 3, 45 Gohisca Circulation Manager 45 NHS 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Math Club 45 FTA 3, 45 French Cl. 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 4. BILLY JOSEPH MURRAY "lt isn't your position but your disposi- tion that makes you happy or unhappy." Math Club 45 Goldmasquers 3. LUBY ALBERT MEYERS "Doing easily what is hard for others is true talent." DE 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 45 Deadwood 25 Miss Goldsboro Pag- eant 2, 35 Showtime 35 Fashion Show 35 Gods Test Tube 35 Goldmasquer Board 3, 45 Floor Show 2, 3, 45 Holiday Showtime 45 Superl. 45 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Recep. Comm. 45 Hmrm. Officer 2. GEORGE EDWARD NEWSOME "AthIetic, good-looking, and swee-t5 A boy like George, it's a pleasure to meet." Varsity Cl. 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Math CI. 45 French Cl. 45 Goldmasquers 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 J.V. Baseball 25 V. Foot- ball 3, 4, V. Baseball 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2,- 35 S.A. Rep. 35 Athletic Comm. 2, 3. ',,.l--q,,ie.:.. ,Q f ' v'-, .' f- . ' nw 2- WT E. 5.1 t.-5 , T5 I l I I l i I IZ' Nb' C "A sum Iile's nl DE Clul sentallll PA "loot l DE Cul Council IiI'Ia ll-I S sense lllaln C Iiumelc Com' "lil C, Ile rg NHS 3 I. E, 1 l. 3 C:-W CAROL LIGHT NORRIS "A sunny disposition gilds the edges of lite's blackest cloud." DE Club 45 Girls' Chorus 35 S.A. Repre- sentative 3, 4. PATRICIA VARNER NORRIS "Look up, and laugh, and love, and live." DE Club 3,.45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 S.A. Council 45 Library Representative 4. HARRY OLEN NULL "He has the most important kind of sense, a sense of humor." Math Club 45 Track 3, 45 Stunt Night 3, 45 Homeroom Otticer 35 Chairman of Grounds Committee 45 Jr. Sr. Comm. 3. BETSY LEE OVERMAN "All one's lite is music, if one touches the notes rightly and in time." NHS 3, 45 Chief Marshal 45 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Quartet 2, 3, 45 S.A. 3, 45 Hmrm. Officer 25 Chr. of Evaluation Comm. 45 Chr. of Com. Ser. Comm. 35 Stunt Chr. 2. , me.. I Two heads are better than one 311 EDWIN BORDEN PARKER "He has the strength to do, the will to dare, and the courage to find his place." NHS 3, 45 Marshal5 S.A. Pres. 45 Superl. 45 Gohisca-Homecoming Editor 45 Hi News Statt 45 S.A. Rep. 25 J.V. Football 25 Math Cl. 3, 45 French 3, 45 Latin 25 Biology Cl. 25 S.A. V.-Pres. 3. F. OGDEN PARKER, JR. "Girls keep running through his mind, they don't dare walk." Goldmasquers 3, 45 Stunt Night 35 S.A. Rep. 45 Assembly Comm. 2, 35 Brd. of Elec. Comm. 3, 45 Chr. 45 Gohisca Or- ganization Co-Editor 45 J.V. Football 25 V. Football 35 V. Track 35 Math Cl. 3, 45 Hmrm. Otticer 2, 35 Varsity Cl. 3, 45 French Cl. 3, 45 Science Cl. 3, 45 Jr. Biology Cl. 25 Showtime 35 Quill and Scroll 4. WARREN ORIN PARKERSON "Make yourselt an honest man and then you may be sure there will be one less rascal in the world." J.V. Basketball 25 Band 2, 3, 4. GWENDOLYN HELEN PARKS "When you smile, it is enchanting5 when you talk, it is insane." Biology Cl. 25 FTA 3, 45 Stunt Night 3, 45 Dec. Comm. 35 Social Comm. 35 Cat. Comm. 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Spanish Cl. 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, 45 Dev. Comm. 2. Graduating 61455 .wt 4 ..4 'L .ri ,f c, ggfsa 'EN X ' ' .f ', , VHS.. 2' , 4? 454 rw , f 5,3 ,. ,I as, -' ,,,,v', -2, r Qlyk ' .5 :fil- L. 5 5 I- QV ,I i f Z ' fi! N . -Q ...M 'i43ei::,,. I ,ff . nk 3 'iffy I76 BARBARA ANN PARKS "Cute as a button." Dev. Comm. 3, 45 Biology Cl. 25 Gold- masquers 3, 45 Gods Test Tube 35 Show Time 35 Towards Zero 35 Head Make-up Artist 45 Hasty Heart 45 Goldmasquers Board 45 Holiday Showtime 45 S.A. Rep. 2, 35 Hmrm. Officer 2, 35 Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3. RICHARD HOYT PASCOE "A good-looking boy full of friendliness and kindness." Math Cl. 3, 45 French Cl. 3, 45 Science Cl. 3, 45 Varsity Cl. 3, 45 J.V. Football 3, 45 V. Football 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Hmrm. Officer 2. BARBARA ROBINSON PATE "A girl remembered for her sweetness and good sense of humor." D.E. Club 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Deadwood 25 Band Maiorette 2, 35 S.A. Rep. 45 Homeroom Officer 3, 4. PAMELA MAUREEN PEARSON "She is always ready with a hearty laugh and a helping hand." Marshal 45 Stunt Night 35 Sr. Biology Cl. 35 Goldmasquers 2, 3, 45 Gods Test Tube 35 Holiday Showtime 45 Social Comm. 35 Sr. Bul. Brd. Chr. 45 Hmrm. Officer 25 Brd. of Elec. Comm. 45 Jr. Sr. Set Comm. 35 Latin Cl. 2, 35 Science Cl. 3, 45 Math Cl. Sponsors Zlass af '6 RONALD EDWIN PEARSON "His thoughts are wise, so therefore so are his words." Biology Cl. 25 Latin Club 25 Goldmasquers 3, 45 Towards Zero 35 Showtime 35 Hasty Heart 45 Holiday Showtime 45 Stunt Night 45 Goldmasquers Board 4. JOHNNIE RAY PELT "Choice, not chance, determines destiny." Band 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 3, 45 All-State Band 2, 3. PATRICIA JEAN PERRY "One boy is more trouble than a dozen girls." DE Club 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. LARRY JAMES PHIPPS "The real man is one who can keep the ball rolling up-hill. Anyone can roll it down hill." Baseball 2, 35 Football 35 Basketball 3. if fe--'Y 'VF ,,,....--0' 'N QL SANDRA CATHERINE PICCILLO "Sophistication adds that certain some- thing." Latin Club 27 FTA 37 Science Club 3. JIMMY LEROY POLLOCK "Pick a side and I'II argue with you." DE Club 3, 4, Pres. 3j Homeroom Officer 37 Student Council Rep. 37 Mag. Chr. 3. BARBARA ANN POPE "Kindness keeps friendships in repair." Latin Club 27 Biology Club 2j DE Club 47 Bus. Mgr. Gohisca 47 Library Represen- tative 27 Quill and Scroll 4. KENNETH BRUCE POWELL "Let us enjoy Iife7 we'II have enough trouble in the hereafter." JOHN CHARLES PRATT "Books are to the mind what exercise is to the body." Marshal 47 NHS Aj Stunt Night 37 Latin CI. 2, 3, 47 Science CI. 2, 3, Aj Biology Cl. 27 Evaluation Comm. 47 Board of Elec- tions Comm. 3. CAROLYN JOAN PRICE "She not only looks heavenly, she's an angel." FHA 2, 3, 4, Pres. 37 FTA 2, 3, 47 Science Club Ai Biology Club 3, Aj Intra. Basket- ball 2, 37 S.A. Rep. 27 Sr. Rep. 47 Social Committee 2, 3, 47 Brd. of Elect. 2, 3, 47 Rec. Comm. 4. pn-Q. ICN Wi! 44-as-AQ' 4319? v 3-.W-4 ' 'Y MINNIE CARRIE PRICE "She has an appeal that everybody Iikes." FTA 47 FHA 47 Girls' Chorus 27 Intra. Bas- ketball 27 S.A. Rep. 2, 3, 47 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA CAROLYN PRICE "PeopIe who live right never get Ieft." DE Club 3j Girls' Chorus 27 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM JOHN PROBECK "He's a gentleman among a thief or king, the kind of friend life should more often bring." Superl. 47 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4j Spanish Club 3, V.-Pres. 37 Varsity Club 2, 3, Aj Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 47 Sopho- more Council 2. SARA JEAN RAULSTON "Here is proof that no one can sincerely try to help others without helping him- seIf." Quill and Scroll 3, 4j Art Ed. of Gohisca 37 As. Ed. of Gohisca 4j Goldmasquers 3, 47 Goldmasquer Princess 47 S.A. Alter- nate 27 Goldmasquer Brd. 4j Stunt Night 2, 3, 47 Chr. of Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 47 Rec. Comm. 47 Showtime 3j Gods Test Tube 3. DOROTHY GREEN REESE "She enters the room voice first7 her personality can't wait until she gets in- side." Homeroom Officer 37 Spanish CI, 3, 47 Hi News Staff 47 Hi News Shop 47 Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 37 Quill and Scroll. BETTY GRAY REGISTER "A golden character needs no gilding." Girls' Chorus 2, 37 Mixed Chorus 47 Soph- omore Council 27 Hmrm. Officer 3. I77 67 -'Y ., 'Ny-W-,"h Q" 'Er ff? . at g.: ' I . t-- : , K 4 off' - We A "fe Wie' P on s Q.. ,,.. .., VIRGIN IA MACON REMSBURG "Membrane" Half of the things that we worry about will never happen, the other half happen anyway, so why worry?" Marshal 3, 4, Latin Cl. 2, Math Cl. 3, 4, French Cl. 3, 4, Goldmasquers 2, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, S.A. Rep. 2, Brd. of Elections 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Gohisca As. Editor 3. AILEENE ELIZABETH ROBERSON "The greater the difficulty, the more glory in conquering it." Quill and Scroll 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Biology Club 2, FTA 3, 4, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Dev. Comm. 3, 4, Circulation Mgr. Hi News 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3. JANICE FAYE ROBERTSON "A little girl with a big heart." FHA 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Biology Cl. 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Amahl 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Goldmasquers 3, 4, Showtime 3, Holi- day Showtime 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3. DAVID JEROME ROUNTREE "He has perfect manners, an inquiring mind, and a friendly smile. Band 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM RAYMOND RUEHRWEIN "l'll be getting old when l -walk around a puddle instead of through it." Latin Cl. 2, 3, Athletic Comm. 4, Math Club 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY SUSAN SASSER "Hear them whispering, Hasn't she got everything." Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hi News Staff 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, Jr. Sr. Comm. 3, Quill and Scroll 4. in , .ml I- fix nf' 3 3 f Y A ff ' f 'vi nf Mya., , was WK I ni AK' ' .1 f UU 'f-.Lg 51-no LENA MAE SATTERFIELD "She's at that awkward age, too old for teddy bears and too young for wolves." Spanish Cl. 4, FHA 2, 3, FTA 3, Math Cl. 2, Int. Rel. Comm. 4, S.A. Rep. 2, Hmrm. Officer 2, Bul. Brd. Comm. 3. JENEVERETTE ROSE SEYMOUR "You're a sweetheart if there ever was one." J.V. Cheerleader 2, As. Head, V. Cheer- leader 3, Miss Gohisca Court 2, Superl. 4, Varsity Sweetheart 4, A Cappella 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Hi News Staff 4, Gohisca Staff 4, Stunt Night 3, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, Reception Comm. 3, Quill and Scroll 4. PATRICIA BENNETTE SHANNON "One of those people that you just nat- urally depend on." NHS, Math Club 3, 4, French Cl. 3, 4, Latin CI. 2, 4, Science Cl. 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, Social Comm. 3, 4, Dev. Comm. 3, Chr. of Caf. Comm. 4. MIRIAM REBECCA SHAVER "Reputation is precious and character is priceless." Marshal 4, NHS 3, 4, Com. Ser. Comm. 3, Social Comm. 3, Dev. Comm. 4, Recep. Comm. 4, Gohisca Staff 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, Stunt-Class Song Comm. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Latin Cl. 2, 3, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, Math CI. 3, 4, French Cl. 3, 4, FTA 3, 4. ROY RAN DALL SHOWN "lf there were more boys like Randy, there'd be more happy girls." Math Cl. 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Hi News Advertising Staff 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, lntra. Basketball 4, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Mixed Chorus 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 4, Homecoming 4, Wiesbaden High School, Wiesbaden, Germany. LARRY FORREST SHREINER "There are girls and houses on every block and us boys are pioneering souls." Biology Club 2, Band 2, Golf Team 3, 4. , . Sgpilldl I I Heats I, Hof 3, , v school I I 'WSI' C leans "2 ilrshal 31 A Cl Horus ' C Night 2, r 'Me' VIOITEF F753 I J, 4, it Amahi 3 Rep. 2, Hmrm. C 1 PEGGY SUE SKEENS "Heaven lent her an angeI's beauty." Superlative 4, Gohisca Rep. 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Narimasu High School, Tokyo, Japan. EULA MERLE SMITH "When one distributes her blessing, she keeps them all." Marshal 3, 4, NHS 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Amahl 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Spring Concerts 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sr. 3, Social Comm. 4. HELEN MARIE SMITH "Never underestimate the power of a woman." FTA 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Amahl 3, 4, lntra. Basketball 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep.-2, Jr. Sr. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4. Yi ff Aj PATRICIA ANN SMITH "The shallow brook bubbles, but the deep stream makes a soft and gentle sound." French Club 4, Math Club 4, Library Rep- resentative 4, Bul. Brd. Comm. 4, Lumber- ton High School. JAMES MONROE SOUTHERLAND III "An art is a handicraft in flower." Goldmasquers 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, Gold- ' masquers Board 4, Towards Zero 3, Show- time 3, The Legend of Dust and Brewsie and Willie 3, Hasty Heart 4, Miss Golds- boro Pageant 3, Fashion Show 3, Jr. 'Sr. 3, Hmrm. Officer 4. MARVIN DANNY SOUTHERLAND "I'd rather be small and shine than be large and cast a shadow." Math Cl. 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Amahl 4, Mixed Chorus 4, V. Football 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 2, V. Baseball 3, 4, Hmrm. Of- ficer 2, 3. ROSE CAROLE SOUTH ERLAND "Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it." NHS 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Marshal 4, S.A. Rep. 2, S.A. Parliamentarian 4, Hi News Editor 4, As. Ed. Hi News 3, S.A. Recording Secretary 3, Math CI. 3, 4, French Cl. 3, 4, Latin CI. 2, Biology CI. 2, Sec. 4. There's a song in the air. Seniors H'-Q T? ' C3 'asv' qsvffi I79 Qraduafing 611155 l l l li ganna.- , t l l J I . l i lL l l i 4 me 2 Standing on the corner watching all the girls go by. EDGAR RAY STALLINGS "He puts his heart into the game, and that way he has won ours." Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Var- sity Basketball 3, 4, V. Tennis 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, Athletic Comm. 2, Hmrm. Of- ficer 2, 3, N.C.H.S.A.A. State Doubles Ten- nis Champion 3, East Carolina Invitational Tourney 2, 3, Champion 3. LAZARUS KING STALLINGS, Ill "Sportsmanship, hard work, and fair play make Kay the athlete he is today." Superl. 4, Spanish Cl. 3, 4, V. Cl. 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, J.V. Football 2, V. Ten- nis 2, 3, 4, V. Football 3, 4, lntra. Sports 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3. JOYCE MARIE STARLING "Full of pep and fun." DE Club 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, Girls' Chorus 2, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3. HERMAN DOUGLASS STEWART "A drop of ink may make a million think." ff' -ww-'W' 4451? 'N M' 4 l KATH RYN JOYCE STOGN ER "When we say you're swell, we mean lovely as well." Mixed Chorus 3, Conway High School, Conway, South Carolina. WILLIAM FRAZIER STONE "One of those all around boys that life so rarely brings." NHS 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Superl. 4, Jr. Class Pres. 3, Hmrm. Officer 2, 4, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Football 4, V. Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Corresponding Sec. 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Latin Cl. 3, Jr. Sr. 3. CHARLES LARRY STRICKLAND "l'm not a surgeon, but I do a lot of cutting up." DO Club 3, 4. JOHN CREECH STRICKLAND "Let there be drums." n 2 3 4 Capt. 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, ..: 1 Ari . B6 Cl , , , u W Jr. Council Rep. 3. Marshall 4. ' 'ff I Us lilARG tio Qfl might." HW- Ol QSM, 4 :gms if l tg? Con Qggpella C, 2: 5' . . and Scwi SI 'Ha loot Qehfnilf' Hmm l Staff 4I JU qw. dem ltlallt fi Got sie lil: llf. ETC lf" in Go :W Basvets Corn 1 i 2, . . Na" 'I Cl t ' r "Pew fi..- ii if 2 -.. iw: N l'e23 ' r - i LHC: Sf '., wc, MARGARET ANN STRICKLAND "To get to heaven-turn right and go straight." Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 45 Bul. Brd. Comm. 35 Co-Chr. 45 Gohisca Co-Ed. of Organiza- tions 45 Stunt Night 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Decora- tion Comm. 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 A Cappella 3, 45 Amahl 3, 45 FTA 45 Latin Cl. 25 Biology Cl. 25 Math Cl. 35 Quill and Scroll 4. SIMON CAREY SUGGS "His looking ahead keeps him from falling behind." Hmrm. Officer 25 Science Cl. 25 Library Staff 45 Stunt Night 3. JUNE CHERYL SULLIVAN "There is success in every honest en- deavor." Math Club 2, 35 Gohisca Feature Editor 45 Gohisca Staff 3, 45 Bul. Brd. Comm. 45 Lib. Rep. 2, 35 Hmrm. Officer 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 4. EILEEN SUTTON "There is mischief in her eyes." Goldmasquers 45 Make-up Crew 45 lntra. Basketball 2, 3, 45 S.A. Rep. 25 Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 35 Social Comm. 3, 45 Mag. Chr. 2, 3, 45 Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 45 FTA 45 Math Club 3, 45 Science Cl. 3, 45 Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4. EMILY JANE TANNER "Personality and charm combine to make a popular person." Goldmasquers 25 J.V. Cheerleader 25 So- cial Comm. 35 Jr. Sr. Comm. 35 S.A. Rep. 45 Stunt Night 2, 35 Hmrm. Offics 25 Math Cl. 3, 45 French Cl. 3, 45 Latin Cl. 2, 35 Biology Cl. 25 Chr. of Com. Ser. Comm. 45 Homecoming Comm. 4. HARRY ADAMS TAYLOR "lf you are too busy to play, you are too busy." NHS 45 Math Cl. 35 Science Cl. 3, 4, Treas. 35 Latin Cl. 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 Co-Sports Editor of Gohisca 45 V.-Pres. of Sr. Class 4. L. 'bu -sf-H rd! , YY,,yE 'Wi f 1' ,q07"1'v' LOWELL GARY TAYLOR "l might as well take my time, there's a whole life ahead of me." Spanish Cl. 35 DO Cl. 45 Goldmasquers 25 Deadwood 25 Miss Goldsboro Pageant 25 Gods Test Tube 35 Hmrm. Officer 25 Stunt Night 2. LUKE HUBERT THOMAS "He started to laugh as he tackled the thing that couldn't be done and he did it." Goldmasquers 3, 45 Showtime 35 Gods Test Tube 35 Miss Goldsboro Pageant 35 Goldmasquer Board 45 Holiday Show Time 45 Towards Zero 35 Hasty Heart 4. KENT BARNES THOMPSON "Witty remarks, unlimited store, gets in trouble, has fun galore." Quill and Scroll 2, 35 Sr. Class Sec. 45 Feature Ed. Hi News 45 Senior Co-Editor of Gohisca 45 Asst. Bus. Mgr. Hi News 35 Math Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 French Cl. 3, 45 Biology Cl. 2, 35 Show Time 35 Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 35 Stunt Night 2, 3, 45 Social Comm. 3. JEROME IAN TRACHTENBERG "Most great men are dead or dying, and I don't feel so well myself." Latin Cl. 25 Science Cl. 3, 45 V. Wrestling 3, 45 V. Football 3, 4. KATHRYN ELIZABETH TROTTO "She takes people as she finds them and always does them good." Goldmasquers 2, 3, 45 Gods Test Tube 35 Show Time 35 Legend of Dust 35 lntra. Basketball 25 S.A. Rep. 25 Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 45 Jr. Sr. Comm. 35 Social Comm. 2, 3, 45 FTA 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 4. GWENDOLYN TURLINGTON "Her sparkling surface scarce betrays the thoughtful tide which beneath it rolls." Girls' Chorus 45 lntra. Basketball 45 Rose- wood High School. ,nm -v 0 fha. Q: .. ' fr . 'MW ,v .ann.Q., Zjtfv 495 Q- -.p ...Em 47-'95 from 'Fran- 4 QW-:'tf' "UZ:- abt .ef-57 7 fr JAMES WESLEY TURNAGE "The world is always waiting for talent with opinions." Goldmasquers 3, 47 Gods Test Tube 37 Miss Goldsboro Pageant 3j Show Time 37 Fashion Show 3j Hasty Heart 47 S.A. Rep. 3j Hmrm. Officer 3j Visual Aids Comm. 2, 37 Goldmasquer Board 4. CAROL ANN UTLEY "Her clark eyes, how eloquent7 Ask what they would-t'wilI be granted." Gohisca. Staff 47 Goldmasquers 3, Aj Biol- ogy CI. 27 French CI. 3, 47 Jr. Sr. 37 So- cial Comm. 37 Stunt Night 2, 3, 47 Soph- omore Council 27 Hmrm. Officer 2, 37 Goldmasquer Editor 47 Holiday Showtime 47 Hasty Heart 47 Show Time 3. BETSY ERNESTINE VANDERBURG "Kindness will get you every where." Spanish CI. 37 FTA 3j Library Cl. 37 Hmrm. Officer 37 Andrew Jackson High School. HARRIET ANNE VINSON "She not only makes "A's"-but "eyes." Marshal Aj Social Comm. Aj French Cl. 3, 47 Gohisca Staff 47 Jr. Sr. 37 Gold- masquers Brd. 47 Goldmasquers 3, Aj Math Cl. 3, 4j Latin Cl. 2, 37 Biology Cl. 2, 37 Goldmasquer Asst. Ed. 47 Hasty Heart 47 Gods Test Tube 37 Show Time 37 Holiday Showtime 4. WILLIAM MITCHELL WADE "Whatever is popular deserves attention." V. Cl. 3, 47 Math CI. 2, 3j Biology Cl. 2, 37 J.V. Football 2j V. Track 2, 3, 47 Wres- tling 2, 3, 47 V. Football 3, 47 Hmrm. Offi- cer 2, 3, 47 Stunt Night 2, 3. LUTHER MAXWELL WADE "High school days have their delights, but they can't compare with high school nights!" Goldmasquers 3, 47 Towards Zero 3j Show- time 3j Miss Goldsboro Pageant Aj Gold- masquer Brd. 3, 47 J.V. Football Mgr. 3, 47 J.V. Basketball Mgr. 3, 47 Stunt Night 2, 3, 47 S.A. Rep. 4. ,glib ill. CHARLES GARRETT WALKER "He's helpful and dependable, friendly and kind." Science Club 27 Track 2. ALICE FAYE WALLACE "She has a great many friends and is busy making more." Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 47 Mixed Cho. 47 FHA 2, 3, 4. NORMA MAE WALTON "She is a pleasure to be with and a ioy to know." Library Club 27 DE Club Aj Hmrrn. Offi- cer 2. JUDITH GAIL WATKINS "A star fell out of heaven." Goldmasquers 3, 47 Goldmasquers Brd. 47 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 47 Athletic Comm. 47 S.A. Rep. 27 Hmrm. Officer 2, 47 Caf. Comm. 3, 47 Inter. Rel. Comm. 37 Stunt Night 37 Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 37 Biology CI. 2j FHA 2, 3, 47 Pianist 47 Math Cl. 47 FTA 3, 47 French Cl. 3, 4. CHARLES RICHARD WATSON "If you cIon't think girls are explosive, try dropping one." CONRAD BOWMAN WESSELL "You cannot put the same shoe on every foot." Science CI. Aj A Cappella 47 Mixed Chorus 2, 47 Stunt Night 2, 3, 4. LARRY EDWARD WEST "Not North, or South, or East, but West. He's the one that is the best!" Hmrm. Officer 2, S.A. Rep. 2. MARY ELLEN WIGGS "She never hesitates to smile and give a cheering word." DE Club 4, S.A. Rep. 4. LONNIE EDWARD WILLER "Rugged individualism." Goldmasquers 3, 4, Legend of Dust, Brew- sie and Willie 3, Basketball 3. EMMETT WILLIAM WILLIAMS 'fWho-me?" Math Club 3, Science Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, lntra. Basketball 4, S.A. Rep. 2, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4. 611155 of '6 A busy senior council. SYLVIA ANN WILLIAMS "lt's love and Billy that make the world go 'round." Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, Hmrm. Officer 2, S.A. Rep. 2, Stunt Night 2, 3, Jr. Sr. 3, Dec. Comm. 3, Social Comm. 4, FTA 3, 4, Spanish Cl. 3, Biology Cl. 2, FHA 2, 3. W. J. WILLIAMS "He remembers that his tongue is In a wet place and likely to slip." DANIEL WARD WISE "Laugh and the class laughs with you, but you go to the office alone." Superl. 4, A Cappella 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Amahl 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, Jr. Sr. 3, lntra. Sports 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball, Capt. 2, V. Golf 2, V. Tennis 3, 4, Pirates of Pengance 4, LAWRANCE FRANKLIN WOMBLE "He's got what it takes." DO Club 4. WW' ..,,,.....,r agus-git' CHARLES HAYDEN WOODARD "He preferred to be, rather than to seem good, hence, the less he sought fame the more it pursued him." V. Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, J.V. Bas ketball 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, Hmrm. Of ficer 2, 3, 4, Mag. Chr. 2, 4. GEORGE ANTHONY WORRELL "His fun is as deep as the ocean, his worries as light as the foam." French Cl. 3, 4, Math Cl. 4, Hmrm. Of- ficer 2, 3, S.A. Rep. 3, Jr. Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Reception Comm. 4, lntra. Basketball 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Brd. of Elections 3, Goldmasquers 3, Show Time 3, V. Ten- nis 2, 3, 4. PAULA ANNE YELVERTON "Everybody cheers when she appears." Marshal 4, Miss Holiday Rep. 4, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, Mixed Cho. 4, Amahl 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, Gohisca Staff 4, Student Life 4, Jr Coun- cil 3, Latin Cl. 2, Biology Cl. 2, French CI. 3, 4, Math Cl. 3. JOANN KATHERINE ZAMBELLI "Never on time, always late, but she smiles and so we wait." Biology CI. 2, Math CI. 3, FTA 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, 4, Brd. of Elections 3, Recre- ation Comm. 2, Jr. Council 3, Sr. Council 4, Social Comm. Reception Comm. 2, 3, 4. The bonfire blazed, and so did our spirit. mivrs l'5'5f BRENDA COLENE COOKE "Give her a task to do and she will do it." FHA 2, lntra. Basketball 4, Jr. Sr. 2, Fash- ion Show 2, Gods Test Tube 3, Show Time 3, Holiday Show Time 4. JAMES WILLARD BRITT "My only books are women's looks, and folly's all they've taught me." DE Club 4, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Show- time 3, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 3, 4, Fash- ion Show 3, Gods Test Tube 3. CRAIG REYNOLDS GRIFFIN "Like a canoe, more easily controlled when paddled from behind." Mixed Cho. 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Jr. Sr. 3, Stunt Night 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2. CHARLES EDWARD STAFFORD "He does what he should, so he doesn't have time to do what he shouldn't." Gohisca Photographer 3, 4, Goldmasquer 3, 4, DO Cl. 3, 4, Sec. 4, S.A. Rep. 4, Mag. Chr. 4. JULIUS GREY PELT "And here's a hand my trusty friend." NHS 45 Math Club 45 Goldmas- quers 2, 3, 45 Jr. Council Rep. 35 Stunt Night 2, 35 Holiday Showtime 45 Deadwood 25 To- wards Zero 35 Miss Goldsboro Pageant 35 Goldmasquer Board 2, 3, 4. 611155 Cfolars Green and White ?lcfwer Gardenia Mafia To make the best better junivr 611155 junio Hlassi ua 'K P af' fx ' 1 'Hin 3 -9 - .Sf fi' Egwa., um V -is f W M . ,,,, QW 4 L ii J'- i f I ,, 1 f ' ,, s-. v.,,3..A . Mi me ,lx 'Z gzvw' . ' , . i 2.7,:l' 1' 3. . A ,l l , Q .qs cv. " -ms. 2 ," as is-J, The Junior Class Officers are President, Jarvis Bailey, Vice-President, Phyllis Helmsp Secretary, ,Cissy' Miller: Ireasurerfi V Sterling Thornton. Miss Eleanor Simpson is the class advisor. I ' , , , ,gm .15 'E :fwry - gqrnmvm., , 3, . .-- , F , ,V ??L -if . ' 4 " f, 1 Y 1 an' 3 ,vw V 4' G5 ' f .W , fx -r ,, f ,V W H .fi ff h 5 if gf yg. . ,, -if , it ,. 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Hooks Camille Houck David Howell Linda Howell Patricia Howell Dot Hults Jerry Jackson Carolyn Jernigan Hope Jessee Judy Johnson Pam Johnson Ann Jones LaNelle Jones Kathy Kearney Larry Kersey Therman Kidd Barbara Klapthor Johnny Koonce Kelly Kornegay Donnie Langston Mike Larson Buddy Lewis Eugene Lewis Eugene Lewis Patricia Lewis Walter Lewis Tommy Linder Gerald Littleton Charles Livingston Sherry Lunt Dickie Lynch Linda Malpass Larry Massengill Carolyn Massey Judy Mayo Charlotte McBarron Joey McGroarty Fuller Mclntyre Jo Ann McKeel Ricky McLawhorn Janice McMahon Julian McMillan George Mellin Cissy Miller Jerry'Moore June Moore Mickey Moore Jerry Morgan Marie Mozingo Harry Muir Wiley Munden Pam Munkvold Joe Nassef Sandra Nichols Bonnie Noel Patricia Oddo Janie Odom Patricia Olson Jimmy Otwell John Parker Barbara Parks Kay Parks m, ?,, aw ,-2, -is pv." .5 is Q fr 9.4 'w-nv' I ,M v4 'I' of..- in zq I ""'m sa .I X ' J 4-4, T v-'N fp. ti.,-f ,,,,r C ca, .-Q E. -nu V fm .., , E :Nw yi' A Z M i 'wgfil I ' X F , . x L . 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Still Calvin Sullivan Nina Ray Sutton Peggy Sutton John Taylor Ray Thomas Sue Thomas l i l +L Ll' La Rose Thompson Lewis Thompson Sterling Thornton Gary Tingle Danny Trachtenburg Judy Turner Pat Turner Jimmy Twiggs Earl Tyndall Jim Vinson Sammy Vinson Ernest Walston Carolyn Walters James Walton B. R. Ward Carol Warrick Mary M. Waters Judy Watts Carolyn Westbrook Jimmy Whitmer Mike Whitney Beverly Wiggins George Wiggs Gene Wilcox Clinton Willer Mike Williams Gail Wilson Danny Wise Marie Wise Pat Wise in history class. Taking a "sentimental iourney" if fr 5 F T V -, if T 'ra , V. J , 3 , 4 L ' i T 1' 'fl' T fa ff, we 'fb-fw rf rf J ff I I A E A at ' X 5, E if-if, 1-' X A lux' WA -ff-J, X .0 ' er 'iw ik, T - U I H-2 M5 ' S Q, U Q A gx 1 I fp, xy: 21' ,,: Vasa. 'I' ff! H ZA 5' ' ali . . K A Q 5 v Wai X - M V is I 'J' C 1 ' 2 4 I ' ,R ' I' , - 'ff ig' fn mf' 'fit ,. 'Z' 4 -H G Q y 14. f X A A 1 i Worley mv 1,52 ,, ,A 2 Vi, mx Bill Wyatt , 'A n' ' ' ' A - B' Herbert Yelverton W- " , 2 '. 5,9 ,' ..4. H -1' The Junior Class is proud of its leaders. ik The bonfire helped lead us to victory. CLASS COLORS Purple and White CLASS MOTTO Seek for the good and cherish it. Life is not all downhill, but most of the way for these Juniors JUNIOR CLASS SONG May we always stand together ln the future now unseen Our aim, to give our all As on God our hope will lean. To our colors, white and purple Our allegiance we shall give In the guidance of our motto We shall always try to live. Someday the class will part But ever in our hearts Remains the memories of yesterday And through the passing years And these our thoughts revere In spirit we will never go astray. May we meet each task before us As firm our steps will be The best in life will open To the class of sixty-three. I Svphrwmrc Zlass A rfhxgiii' 5:14 I ,' '3 f 1 ,, .1331-l',',,3 ,IL I w r,- . 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But only a very few enioy studying Jimmy Davis Patricia Davis Dan Deason Jimmy Denning Ann Doby Robert Dowdy Dava Ellen Drew Kay Dudley Bonnie Dunaway Dennis Earle Vivienne Eastham Donna Ebert John Edward Bill Ellis Lee Eshleman Bobby Evans Doug Evans Glenda Evans Linda Evans Steve Evans Macon Ezzell Vickie Fail Donnie Farmer Mary Farmer Tony Farmer Carolyn Ferguson Vernon Floars Darleene Foster Sylvia Frey Pat Frivance Frances Futrelle Joel Gabriel Allen Gallaher Pat Gardner Thad Gaskill Dennis Haney Tommy Harrington Benny Harrel Nancy Hare Jane Hardison Tommy Hall Rose Hall Chris Halgrim David Hales Benny Gufford Sylvia Griffin Cliffton Grice Jackie Gregory Franky Grant John Graham Barton Gool Jake Good Rose Godwin Charles Godwin Bobbie Harrison Jean Harvell David Hatch Kenneth Haymond Nancy Heller Robin Helms Frances Henry John Herral Becky Herring Kenneth Herring Larry Herring Ted Higgs Patricia High Barbara Hill JoAnn Hilton Martha Hine Lou Hitter Hilda Holland Liz Holland Fran Holler Shelby Holloman Billy Honaker Beulah Hornrine Mike Hood Jeanne Hopewell Judy Howard Jerry Howell Jimmy Howell Patricia Howell R. J. Howell Juanita James David Jarrell Dene Jernigan Francis Jernigan Kay Jernigan Mary Anna Jinette Gerald Johnson Henry Johnson Elizabeth Jones Ray Jones Kenneth Jorden Mike Justice Dicky Kannon Euiene Kearney Berl Khan Roger Kilpatrick Karl Kuckleman Norma Lafeuers Jimmy Lane Lorraine Lanius Allen Lewis Charles Lewis Connie Lippert George Lipscomb Diane Little Terry Longtoe Pam Lubinsky Jana Lucas Bill Lunt Larry Lupton Ezzell Lynette Sandi Lyter Gary Mackey Marietta Malpass Ross Markley Richie Marieite John McAuliffe Dennis McClenny Connie McCormick Franklin McLawhorn Arlie McLeroy Fay McQuirt Linda Mercer Doug Mewborn Paul Meyer Rochelle Meyers Ronald Michelle Randy Monk Lowell Moomaw Kathy Morago Cindy Morrison Marie Mozingo Shelia Mozingo James Mumford Johnson Murray Y a K an J 4.4 w-M out xr ,J -P! 105'-the daf . K 1 4 .9 C317 1 ,.v..a,, ! ... g., 'fi 1-4. an ,'A A7 f' E -. S .D if in -1, , 77 ff V .L . 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Edgerfon and Son-Nash-Rambler y Bridal GQWHS Millinery, Gloves and V6llS and Jewelry II6 W. WaInu+ S+. Goldsboro. N- C- Mrs. George Hodgin Plmne RE 4-3079 '. o Bridal Consuliani RE 5-IO78 - Home Congrafulafions +o 'I'he Class of '62 BOULEVARD LANES "Bowing is Fun for All" 8'I'o 80 Join a League and Bowl af Boulevard I05 S. Seymour Johnson Blvd. ADAM SVILLE MICKEY'S PASTRY SHOP Calces-Pies-Doughnufs-Cookies and Pasfries of all Kind We Specialize in Par+y and Wedding Cakes 2I2 N. CENTER Qdcfiwffiafrfwzy CENTRAL RESTAURANT I03 Nor+h CenI'er Goldsboro Your Neighborhood BILL WILLIAMS DW Slow Propriefor 735- I 827 8l4 E. Ash S+. Goldsboro, N. C. WAYCO Corporation Old Sourhern Cured Hams 508 N. William Sl. Box 84I Dial 735-3962 GOLDSBORO, N. C. GOLDSBORO SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION "To Arrange Your Home Financing Quickly, Economically and Efficienlly Drop in +o See Us. IO3 S. 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