Goldsboro High School - Gohisca Yearbook (Goldsboro, NC)

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P A , , 5 1 I Ls GUHJISCA lU9Pf64 WL 54 Published by the students eil? emsnmere Semmcier High Selheell Giemsumere, Nerlfum Qmreuinm Susan Self, Editor Catherine Byrd, Business'Manmger Eminy Powell, Effdlifferiaxll Adviser Linda THHOMHPSOM, IBTIJISIEJIIICBSS Adviser f 3 .0 in e Q f , ,,,, ,W ,Mn Q .1 , Goldsboro, North Carolma, 1S what 0 Illlght term typlcally Home Town, U S A ThlS tltle carrles Wlth 11293 fe Img that hfe 1n our clty IS an easy gomg affalr, slow to pr b ssh and content to remain steeped ln the tradltlons of years past If t 1S etlmes the case, It IS good gigfw the sake of change QM? f A ebelieflts - ,.,, 4 I -wwf ,NAV uadwswsl -'ff 'W 1. -an-v'n'4""""" A - a s f Xl! .f Qxm ,,.,...-7 ,,,,.,.,... AEE? M am J 5, X M ,. ww! aww s , A I "- ry- 'W 4 , if - , A .1 6 ig v y . if .fu v X i -nw H2 A mf- f Q? if -,., .V ,. jg F1223 - 'W ,TQ M5 if W L 55: 2 . gg f . . Q7 3 Q 'f ' 3 ' 4 ll V57 .A ,E 'Aram- Y . gli W ' 5,1 5 .1 E32 JSE? ig 4 1 fa g .,, , ...E sl fl rf 'f',p. . 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I ff : , 5 A 1 MH. ww, .-uw, We attending this school have learned that it sometimes takes years for people to realize that their needs have changed, and so must their actions. Yet we have also come to know this: A tradition is as modern as the need it fulfills. If we can now strike a balance between these concepts, we may, by our very lives, give to others the wisdom hidden within our- selves. rlllocrlay is not yestteirdlayc. - We onirselves change, - ll"llow then teh eat yyet-he and theeghts, at they are always to he the htteet, continue the same? Change, thtlleetl, is peihtttl, yet eyet heedlhth and it memory heye its tetee .mtl yyetth, Se also hes heye, - Carlyle R 5 , V i 4 if l .l t -5 ts i. Q -i 4 H5-S fn 1" - , 'E-e.asa:.,aW!w 's--,lfl"zN N QQIIW ss., ,wav Besides having the official title of Assistant Principal, lVlr. Plonk has many other responsibilities. He has shown his ability to get along with students to he an important aspect of his life. Mr. Plonk has never hesi- tated to take on the johs where no recognition was given. One may see him at any time driv- ing a school bus, counselling a distraught student, or simply helping others in some way. For lhiis willingness to serve, the Gohisca lhoinoirs in Hal Plain can ,w"""'M d,,f 'w,v,,.o-' To Hal la It is rare to find slicli a congenial bus driver as lVlr. Plonk, who helps with the driving in place of an oc- casionally absent regular. H11 uiriing iunnnrinnieir' onli S Some of us preferred to use our leisure time constructively. Since there are many progress-minded businesses in Goldsboro, a summer job for an in- experienced but willing teenager was not hard to find. Others were content to while away the time in the sun, taking part in the usual pastimes that go hand in hand with hot weather. I0 . . . while frequently the only distin- guishing characteristic between teen- agers and children in the lower grades was size. Goldsboro teens took visitors such as Art Whitten to the Teen Club to the Rec Room, to Skinney's, to an afternoon picnic at the Cliffs . . , Wi in ' . D 1 , fx ' , .ff --JF 1 :G is Yiiul f of is 2 f in - .iwf 5555! A -"" . ii? tiff? " ,W 5 v X M' fy. ,,.. ffftff "Wiz ,I ,w5fE Before the opening days of school, students could be seen working feverishly to finish bulletin boards such as this one in Mrs. Hines, English 226 on notable American authors. J.V. cheerleaders found that although our flagpole may have fallen to an untimely death, it still had its purposes. In lVlr. Rogers' room lab equipment y waited for the student enterprising I enough to use it on his own time. eptem er' as ere gain ., O 0 5, f-N as gi Q, Laura found her schedule most interesting, with lVliss Grant for study hall, composition, and English. 'E' , x ff 1 - ,Q -1-W ff, 3 SZ: f , w,,,,,- ,Q 7 ' Q' JZ? . ,f , 1 X f W 7' if 423- 2 3 ,Q ,, 4 5 A ,gk . ,gin ,, , -f . , -V V wyfxwf x 71 .N H .ff 1:2f5'i,",f, 5' ' 1 , I 15 A A 5 ,-.:,:1'x7.fi- ' G ' 23531 f 45 , , , v .v.,. Lf. -,Q 1 f ' x Q an ' Y: I J4gwf?Q Gontents llntrodlnction. . . Title Foreword Th eme Dedication Contents Administration. . . Board of Education Superintendent of Public Schools Senior High School Administration Departmental. . . Features ........ Varsity Club Sweetheart Miss Gohisca-Gohisca Court Miss Coldmasquer-Coldmasquer Court Su erlatives P Marshals National Honor Society Activities . . . Homecoming Student Life Urganizations . . . Clubs Student Association Goldmasquers Choral Department Band Department Publications Athletics. . . Sports Varsity Club Cheerleaders C3lla'1lSSCS . . Senior Class Junior Class Sophomore Class Advertisements . . Epilogue . . ...i:l5 ..l6:2l ..22:5l ..32:49 ..5U:59 .6U:lU5 lU6:l25 l24:l9l l92g2U5 ...QU6 w Q, WWA H' 1 A Ll- 114. ff 7 1 1 f'f'!ffW- 1 l 5 r' Adi inistraition HA man must require just and reasonable things if he would see the scales of obedience trimmed properly." Basil . 4, x ,Q V sy" 5, M ,Wi - 1 . - 'L , -' Z1 f'11ff5,L- Y 'A ky?-'U Aww- 7' lfyiiffyg wg ,Rug 1 Q, -, Z. v ,. JE f , ,J XM NY: , v'5,M-,?,b4.,.I Ri, MX ' " .A ,, V "-1-'Jf f ' 2 gs .-!"l.'f-415 flfa is -, 'af j'f :Z , 5, Y Q4 'X 553 2 K an if ff , fgwz . as -, iv ix, uMr'1'X,- 1 . , , ,WV ,f f M ' ' 'GM' " ' .9 :VV U' DV? U4 fa W - f ' 44 in iff ' i, ,,..,,,1f'1'1ff,-1,Y 'S V -x,f, .' .. f 2 M' 2 ,L ASQ fiijkiy if ill' A ' , we - A ,. M K JH. 1 lf' .. 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Mr. William Dees, who is a prominent law- yer in Goldsboro, is chairman of the board this year. His achievements in the field of edu- cation are recognized throughout the state. DR. N. H. SHOPE Superintendent In helping to improve our school systems, Dr. Shope has clone everything possible striving to achieve the stand- ards of quality education. Dr. Shope is a graduate of Otterbein College, and he received his lVlaster's Degree and Doctor's Degree from the University of North Carolina. Qity Schools Administration MR. EARL DAVENPORT Administrative Assistant Serving as Administrative Assistant is Mr. Earl Davenport. He helps Dr. Shope and also works with the business administration. Mr. Davenport was a teacher at Goldsboro Junior High School before assuming his present position. --1- ,v A 1 MR. HAL K. PLONK Mr. Plonk is serving as a guidance coun- selor and assistant principal for Goldsboro High School. Everyone certainly does ap- preciate the hard work he is doing. x my fx f las- . 1 . . W . i i i . ns., . E Mas. B. K. BALKCUM 4 , , 5 if Mrs. Balkcum is working as a full time 4 A . e' . guidance counselor this year. She is always , K. R f y ready and willing to help any student. "fx , . t . 4 - X P gy., , lg it , 4 'vvw 1 4 g ef X . -,J. A,. V L' tl MRS. NADINE HOWELL Mrs. Howell is Mr. Twiford's secretaryg she also manages the office. In doing this she plays an active part in helping our school. MRS. J. W. BOYETTE This is Mrs. Boyette's second year managing the high school cafeteria. Her pleasant smile is always welcome to the many hungry students. 5. of AM.,- S I O ,.,,.....- a....,.-----M -- f "NM" ""' .mf-1" rf. Vllivvifoirdl Leads If ce Golds o o einior High Administration Mr. C. W. Twiford has been principal of Golds- boro High School for 22 years. 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CE CEBQRCC CBIIDS at e nglliislh at atsure As Well S at eccessiitfyo Borden choose college Barbara Warren and Tommy JA,- Qyz Dpi! I 'lqfli lr3VlQ' E' O L1-e Eshleman coniparcs his brilliant theme to Doug preparatory literature for English reports. GS XXX 90? O C 5992 READ 7 THESE MewlJorn's poor one. 24 WALTER R GAINEY Vlath Guilford Colle e and Texas Christian University B A INA MIXON Math Guilford Colle e WILMA ZIPF Math Meredith College A B LESLIE PALEY Math St. Mary's College Wake Forest, B.S. GERALD WHISENHUNT WEMIILCCEB Math Catawba College, A.B. j - g ,B.s. attfllwiemnaufiifcs T A Qllllllfeirs at ll fjllnalllleinige lager' y , empire-ill lily Students vf 1-44" em 4' GLADYS OSBORNE Math Meredith, A.B. U.N.C. Mike Andrews explains a complicated problem to his math class. "Professor" Sarah Ann Davis solves a simple problem for "duncan Steve Baddour. IRENE WHITTEN French Keene Teacher's College Pacific Lutheran College, B.Ed. CB PATRICIA UZZELL Spanish Guilford College, AB. JUNE WHARTON French University of Chicago University of Maine E.C.C., B.S. in eirstfzami ning Qllfzllneir' orulinlfirules Andi Their wp ey T051 CBIUI TUIIF' CCDlI"l1ZCGJl1'l1S Mr. Perry prepares Sandy Starlin Bessie Jlm Hmson , v w. v 'K 1- Laura Roach, Richard Daughtry, and Julie Kramer review Spanish and Carole McClenny for a dictee , W E EN 5853 x 1 A4 TA homework. 26 17? Kay Medford locates an Indian tribe- for her U. S. History ' 1 r- 1- sez' Butch leads the Sociology class in a discussion class. 1:I?t,, oveimnimruceintfy aisle Mull present, pens mir' yes o uriren vents CARRY MERCER Social Studies A.C.C., A.B. E.C.C. NELLIS THOMPSON Social Studies .Egpalachian College GEORGE WHITFIELD Social Studies Lees-McRae Jr. College A.A. and B.S. - SAM SHUGART Social Studies General Business, P.E. Guilford College THOMAS BATCHELOR Social Studies A.C.C. E.C.C., M.A. EUGENE CAUSBY Social Studies Catawba College, M.A. A.B. ,FWS 1 mmm it gf 227 .?5sKeg.,f Qijfffff O FLORENCE P. LEWIS Science Woman's College, A.B. semnaufiomi an xperimentfettfion ELIZABETH GILLIKIN Science Woman's College E.C.C., M.A. CERALDINE JONES Science Meredith College, M.A. : if ir, 4' f Mrs. Cillikin, with the help of David larrell, works diligently on chemistry tests. LOY LEE ROGERS Science A.C.C., A.B. Carol Richter adds to a biology discussion as Susan Monroe E-C'C"M'A- listens intently. ',i.-.annnnuqu EUNICE HINTON Science E.C.C., U.N.C., M A FLORENCE FAISON Distributive Education W0man's College, A.B. LLOYD STEVENS Mechanical Drawing N.C. State College M.A. LINDA THOMPSON Business Education E.C.C., B.S., M.A. iuisiiness ouicses 0 0 0 eppnng Stones in ,warm 'w-v-we W. D. MCROY, JR. Diversified Occupation Duke University E.C.C., U.N.C., M.S. BETTY WILLIAMSON Business Education E.C.C., M.A. Qllwioosiing QHLIPCBCBTS DOROTHY OLIVER General Business Meredith College, A.B. Herb works on a project in Mechanical Drawing. -'ln Practice, and more practice, is the key to good typing . Q-WM-W Nh ,. I' 4 'K " if ,f f rt ' PM ,, ' 4 1 M f f 2 it 2' ZF" 1 '11 YM f ! 4, we 7 , f Av f E gg ff, ,J-..... ff f af f "x 1 Xi X Q' Cf QW 5 af E 4 MARION SELF Home Economics North Texas State College JOHN THOMPSON Band Appalachian College B.S. GEORGE TRAUTWEIN Choral Westminster Choir College M.M. CARLTON SUTTON, JR. Special Education E.C.C. tNot pictured? NANCETTA HUDSON Dramatics and English U.N.C., A.B. SARAH GETSINGER Librarian E.C.C., B.S. CHARLES LEE Physical Education E.C.C., B.C. EUGENE ROBERTS Printing, Journalism Wake Forest College M.A. Electives Variety O 0 ., G.H.S. Band practices after school for a concert to be con Home Economics students gain experience by preparing thelr own lunch. 30 ducted by student David Hooks. 0 0 O JACK BUNCH Social Studies U.N.C., A.B. ERNEST C. PERRY French U.N.C. VIRGINIA DAVIS Social Studies Wyttenburg University U.N.C. PAUL SHIPP English U.N.C., A.B. JOHN ELLEDGE Social Studies U.N.C., A.B. ssociiatte eac ers ew lldle-as mid Activities J sss - ff-:Q 11 f" ' if 1 ' . , V it il, X . Tlv' t x ,. tNot picturedl ANNE HARPER English Duke University, A.B. fNot pictured? CAIL GOODWIN English U.N.C., A.B. Something new has been added to the faculty this year. The associate teachers and their new, exciting methods of teaching have added enthusiasm to our school. Each has taken an interest in the students and has made worthwhile contributions to organizations and projects of the school. These student teachers, who are advised by Mrs. I-lines, are part of a fifth year program at U. N. C. They are working toward their Masters of Arts degree in edu- cation which they will receive in August. Though they only teach three periods each day, during extra time they work at various jobs in the school. WAYNE COURT! PUBLIC I,IBE'E1,,'?.ri' GOLDSBOFO, N. C. 275313 F' f f ff . 1 fax , 7 K W"WMmw WW 'K M Hmm M,,gM,W 'mf E l 4 M mmke. f' 15' aW' Il, LI' ff. I . . D, ,.,,vf3, Vi, .. ,Q . K. E, '5 me 45 - v K Q, I ,, 1 ,J v 1 r Q- ng ' f eu X . 3 Q-4 ' - ,V WL, Miss Mary F Driving With a Little Assistance From the Rear are MWittiest" . Diane Tyndall, Arlow Triplett V D ,vm s""'---...L - My f-s-a sf-,-:.i-K-X wan Senior Stutperllatttiycs . . . While a Bicycle Built-for Two Conveys uCutest.', Annette Daly, Benne Harrell K 35 ulVlost Popular," Jean Reese and Ed Cox Are Destined for Stardorn. Students Voted HlVIost Likely To Succeed" Will Make the Journey by Foot, lf Necessary . . . L Jeanne Hopewell Dwight Allen A Library ls a Natural Place to Find ulVlost Intellectual" . . . Carol Patrick Bob Bland Clocks Are Useful Friends for 46lVlost De pendablew . . . Robin Helms Allen lVlcGuire HMost Athleticfi Ann Ward and Mike Sasser, Prove Their Strength. Out on the Town Are HBest Lookingn . . . Patti Cooper Wayne Sullivan HBest All-Around" Students Are Margaret Stewart and Eddie Wyatt. Taking Life Easy Are Sally Borden and Richard Daughtry, Best Per sonalitiesf' , .5 Jef 4- ' "7fr'fff f 'fl X 3 KJ, 21- 4,11 Ability ls Very Evident When the HlVl0st Talented" G0 to Worli . . . Linda Mercer Bill Stroud Here Sit the uFriendliest Students of G.H.S .... Dwanda Vann Dennis lVIcClenny , M588 G 19464 Miss Dwnnm Ebert I 4I Miss Janet Dunbrack Mrs. Terry Sanford Miss Linda Lou Holland Miss Gnhiscn Miss Patti Cooper Miss Barbara Warren Miss Mary Louise Dowling I , ourt l 43 I E 1 F V l 2 Q a .. i i I 1 5 K P i l W i I I 5 Qldlmmsquem Queen - N " MV iss Linda Sttricllsllalm Miss Rusty Selsor Ullllll l1'lIllcfllS qu CET Miss Linda Anderson llf9PC6i5:C6i4 WW Miss Lynn Blalock 9 TUICBCBIUI S Miss Linda Bell Miss Carol Reese Qeurt Mrs. Doris Ward ADVISOR Betsy Ward Vickie Viccellio Eddie Wyatt Thurston Cobb PRESIDENT Robin Helms Catherine Byrd VICE PRESIDENT Jeanne Hopewell TREASURER Carol Patrick SECRETARY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To be tapped into this organization, one must have Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Charac- ter. Not more than fifteen per cent of the senior class and five per cent of the junior class are eli- gible. One must be in the top third of his class. Margaret Stewart Julie Kramer atiiointall Honor occiietty 1964 Bob Bland Laura Roach BCI! W00tCfS Mary Farmer Linda Mercer Dava Drew Ann Ward J Dianne Rogers Alan Brown Dene Jernigan Mike Sasser Jean Reese Lesley Wharton HS Bob Bland CHIEF MARSHAL G 0 l 0 S 0 Thurston Cobb FIRST ASSISTANT S CCIIIICGDHQEIL s ti cc MSHMHS SE2z:1aSal:5gF5i5SNT Miss Elizabeth Grant ADVISOR Lesley Wharton SUSHH Self Alan Brown Ann Davis Frances Henry 48 Jean Reese , Richard Bailor Jeanne Hopewell Dava D1-ew Kenneth Haymond Frances Anderson Ben Shuler Dene Jernigan femvii Carol Patrick Pam Reid Ruffin Benton Allen Callaher Mary Farmer Dianne Rogers Eddie WYHU ,tak fp sri' r- 2 3' 9' 92. K N is in Q , Q ii wma A ig! v-an ,xg A Sw M is K .A A . In Z- A ' -:4 if Ll3.i5f4jAQ,, A' : fi -V' QQ-7" , ' 'Mx-"3.,f, fa-'V-3,3 ' cgi: A . 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I' x as I, s Q fr 3.1. 2,141 mf, 6 , I I AV. RM- . ix my U f .fly V A' Q ,vflk Ne' P 'xx "ff, -UN' Q if g:,,,,5yQ,,3x, ' A-. .wer A, ,gawk 'Vp . ,V ,VV 5 .. - . U11 If V: far if 9:f5f"'T , 5 1 , J. 4. gb .1 if 5,5 Wage ii J X, .V . , V' - 2 v I 4 Y QS its if ? w 10 I N . SVT 1 ' ' f. Q 5 'f,f15i,fr ,, iv. EH y I i ef Ziaswii Af" wir- A jf gr A ' - ' al' 4 f , ,, ff 1-.I M ' ,lg , 2 :ff A , ' Q:-. :Q .1 ' 3 if ,"u'f' A ' X , M wtf mr w 1 XJN- , '45 ' - " 3 ,gf f?f'125'w'.,xf , K Q , V3 N, 'A x pw L , X 5 kv., kg' ,N .wg , z if 1- Y ' Af .. nt , 'HM fi 5-,.'.Q,f H- Qmxtf ' ' Q if- ,.. 5,419 43 ' 1 Q' If . .,' 'M ?eM"' .rz ' HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Linda Combs, Betsy Ward, Dene Jernigan, Vic Scimeca, and Emily Withers . . . 0 0lIl1'llCEiCOlDIl1l1l1'llg BONFIRE--PARADE-GAME-DANCE Each had its part in the 1963 Homecom- ing of Goldsboro High. The team won by the score of 28-6 over Enloe High of Ral- eigh, and Miss Mary Farmer was crowned Varsity Club Sweetheart. A Senior room won again! Our Victory Bell announced the good news. LISTEN: 4'I.et's go, big team, let's go" HOMECOMING SPONSORS: Dene Jernigan and Steve Baddour 96521964 "Wyatt is in the clear!" Homecoming festivities concluded with a dance in the gym. Wo ig vents at 0 0 0 O - lx A Af P-Oli l Juniors of G.H.S. in 1963 pre- sented a first-rate stunt that won second place. The plot concerned a wicked knight named Sir Raleigh Cap, played to perfection by Alan Browng and a good knight, the Earthquake Prince, played by Roger Kilpatrick. ttiuunttf Niiglhitf 0 0 O Class of 1963 presented a highly amusing and highly original stunt concerning a stolen outhouse. The title? "What Ever Happened to Baby John?" Lesley Wharton and Bill Thomas could surely tell you of the fun they had at the Junior-Senior, 1963. 0 0 Jay .,, ,M .,s.,,.-.-.-, WWW t to as 79 cg,-fwff eeay and Junior: cemnioirn, Students shared their abundance by preparing baskets of food for needy families at Thanksgiving. tfzruidieirits at GOHO 0 0 Q C, 1 A ., madness? W'hy TX. History. of course! z - W . ,x , , Miss Jones wants you! P11-4-9' 'G Q, What is this YA I ' 1 1 f. ' 6 I F V, if 'ff' kv -A QV , SW e fJ",,L? " V A 5. A 5' 2 fi I 4 if H sa - ,' ff 35f'f?v'i? Lf '1 ,QQ f , qu'-M 1? . is M , Vi daf x SW GQ: f, . f - 5 .xy if -5 Ya ,mj frg - i V' I r , if 3 3 ,fa 1 ibffi' 1f':....., " W' it 1'a?2YX2i:'m'y 1 HI tell you, I've already bought a magazine subscription!" 55 Third lunch social club harmonizes on ye olde folk songs Molly and Emily enjoy the summer while they can. Sophomores were in charge of the bonfire, but unfortunately they got a late start. MK Y-M.. ws.. The gang's all here! F Cut-Ups, that sensational group of senior girls, do a good job of creating school spirit and entertaining everybody. They get some unusual sounds out of their ingenious devices. l 0 0 O me un: owing mlliwi rulatllistfs Our new fieldhouse is a dream come true for the coaching staff of GHS. Now the wrestling team and the basketball team don't have to compete for the gym. Our team is sure to win with the cheer- leaders there to inspire them. 0 0 0 ever' are ing in Spirit 0 O 0 Mrs. Hines, Mrs. Ward, and Mr. Perry anxiously await the new school day. There are many things you will remember from your senior year, especially the source theme. A-'I ,ff I: 1 ., 0 0 int Ways See ning intowlledlgceo I Every day Mr. Cainey shows bright young students the road to success through mathematics. Red Rover, Red Rover, send Martha right over," say the senior girls. Is that call absolutely necessary? 59 Q 3V .54 A 'S' 5 Q , H kfx, 1' 1915! 4' ii its , X M61 if 2 fi, 3 1 . FI, Vg' E 5, . xA X21 B? Wy, , gs N ' ,, Q S A 4 a 5 ff! 4 Y f , ' H , , A. u ' , 4 'Rs ,Z WI I. . .gr X' "1 ' 7 "w!'4I' 'A 'N T , , f r 1 ' -. , , ,Wa 'kfglj , , Q . , Q , , .. , I at i ,OO U? ,Wg .iii , it . ,fl ft My Inv i , ,w.,. - - V , 4, .,, 1, A' , A , . Q. "1 31 r iff?" ff H - Q "w.51f up ' 'jf' , M r ,X W. H1 -L x M he f . ,V . Jr-N '!'xf'.-. -3,21 .. . , il' ,A , '..gf"'- QQ' ', . ' wr- +39 'H- ' 45' , K, 0 , 1 4 - - ff' - ,W . f. f . A , . 7' A1 V' QQ . f 3 Wh ' Q S 1-'.2.QfA'i?f r'i5Ti?" 1 V wif l I", '. 'M ,fffaf f " it 4f"'i9F2'-'ia Us ' Tigf I, M. y r t ' ,fi , m 8' 'ff Xb ,v " 5 . QA - wa - ' , . .. 1 -. Q I- '1 ,f wg fs, 4 A Y 4 ., Q. :JK ,Na 3' 4 ., ip' , ' J ,A Kxgmx Q , Q ' nz 'Y A vf W ., ,. . 1' f ,' J M x "La, .Q M, l Q!! f. , - . G - 5 1: 1 1 r 7 ff ge , Jn ff bI gg mmli Qlulb This year the French Clu-b opened its doors to all students interested in French. Under the guidance of Mr. Perry, the clubis new advisor, the members hope to ob- tain a well-rounded view of modern France. av , ,J 6 j Pres. Vicki Viccellio Vice Pres. Lesley Wharton Sec. Sue Kesterson lnot pictured? Treas. Sally Borden Sgt. at Arms. Max Mitchell 'not pictured! Steve and Claudette are studying an interesting French document. panmislh Qin The Spanish Club, guided by capable officers and a willing advisor, Mrs. Uzzell, set the stage for an interesting study of Spain this year. Several students who have visited Spain in- formed members about old Spanish culture and customs, and Spain as a modern and progressive nation. Many students en- joy delving into the Spanish world. Mrs. Uzzell is constantly striving to acquaint students with the more interesting sides of Span- ish. Pres. Carol Patrick Vice Pres. Thurston Cobb Sec.-Treas. Donna Sutton In a few short years the Goldsboro High School Spanish Club has built itself into an organization that is an integral part of the students' lives. It is the club's wish that it will continue to grow in the future as it has in the past. 63 Future oimteimta ers America The Future Homemakers of America. composed of the students in Mrs. Self's home economics classes, has strived for a better understanding of family relationships and child development. Emphasis has also been placed on Careers related to Home Economics. The big event of the year is the fashion show that the dressmakers present to the student body in the spring. F.H.A. members attend conventions on County. districtand state levels. alum QR 'V' 'M ?"'.t t. ' gif. 1:-..il??': 'A . ' , ...gb ' . . 'V 4 - if , X stiff? i- - Pres. Gail Weeser-Krell Vive. Pres. Shirley Simpson 500- Pugh' ESIQS Loraine Wilson, Mary Ann Van Hoy, and Claudia Farrr TTVUS- I 3' PUU5 are engaged in making cookies for an F.H.A. project. 64 Future eatcc ers lIlIl1Ci"3IF'llCCtEh Service to the school, aiding members in getting teaching scholarships, and broadening the knowledge of teaching as a career are the major projects of the Future Teachers of America. Teachers are often asked to speak at club meetings to inform and counsel students concerning vari- ous aspects of teaching. This spring the F.T.A. plans to hold a teacher appreciationebanquet to honor the faculty of G.H.S. P Pres. Donna Ebert Vice Pres. Bill Clark Sec. Dianne Underwood Treas. Carol Patrick .leanne Hopewell learns by experience as she assists the advisor of the club, Mrs. Hines, in correcting tests. E The Debating Club, in its first year, is not only one of the more educational clubs in the school, but also one of the most enjoyable. With the aid of its new advisor, Mr. Shipp, the mem- bers have learned a great deal about public speaking and have attended workshops on de- bating. This club has accomplished much in its first year. The Math Club was established for students who have a flare for math. Members of the club become familiar with aspects of math that they do not learn in the classroom. M atll Q lull lil ep The Pep Club, now in its second year, was most successful this year. The members of this club strive to create spirit for athletics among the students. The victory bell was purchased this year to be rung after an athletic victory. The Pep Club experimented with a card section at football games and decorated the gym for basketball games. It also sponsored several pep rallies and displayed banners in the halls before major athletic events. victory. Pres. Steve Baddour Vice Pres. Beverly Peacock Sec.-Treas. Ann Ward Robin Helms and Vic Scimeca race through the halls ringing the Victory Bell after a basketball 4 QCllCGl1'J1CCCB TU1 The Science Club has had a very successful year with more members than ever before. Every club meeting had a scientific program of either experiments or films. Several field trips, such as visits to a chemical plant, were also enjoyed by club members, and plans were made for a Science Fair. The Science Club is one of the more active clubs in our school. Doug Mewborn and Lee Eshleman conduct an experiment at a Science Club meeting. Pres. Dianne Rogers Vice Pres. Paul Hayes Sec. Dava Drew Treas. Toni Dunbrack SfBlII1ll0II" lDllVllSll01U1 Eisley cial. The Biology Club, divided into junior and senior divisions, has proven to be one of the most interesting and enjoyable or- ganizations of the school. The guided tour of Cherry Hospital and Oberry School was one of the more educational projects sponsored by the club. Wishing to improve the appearance of G.H.S., the club purchased several trees for our campus. Speak- ers Were also invited to speak on various phases of biology to round out a successful year. Juniata Division Pres. Kay Medford Vice Pres. Susan Troutman Sec. Marcia Ray .vw M . 'G' ...ff 5. x FW ferr' Pres. Allison Jones Vice Pres. Fred Taylor Sec.-Treas. John Ritter lmllustrial ofzopcerattiive raining The purpose of the I.C.T. Club is to provide vo- cational trade and industrial training opportunities for the youth of the community. lt also is to in- crease the students' civic and vocational intelligence so that they will be better prepared to enter the occupation of their choice and to advance in this occupation. lVlr. lVlcRoy, their advisor, guides these boys in preparing for their future work. Clifton Crice is adjusting the valves on a Chevrolet truck. fag Pres. Frank Van Hoy Vice Pres. Julian McLillan Sec. Eddie Forrest Treas. Rodney Brogden 1 fy Eddie Forrest is the treasurer cifghe ' ,ff"" Q, Vocational Industrial Club of Nort ar- ! ,sa 257 OHM- -fi , an .- EH 7 Lu ft' I .if RW 3? , , ' OWN. Dickie Everhart works on a television set while studying to become an electronics technician. f Frank Van Hoy is at work making furni- ture. Gerald Register has become proficient with an adding machine and is on his way to becoming an accountant. C Heinz Cuttenberger works be- : hind the scenes at the meat dcpartment at Piggly Wiggly. 'Qvw Perhaps Frankie Grant has the most interesting job, that of mor- t1c1an's assistant. isttrmilbuttiive Education 4 evfff ,Q jg if After attending classes from nine to one o'clock, these stu- dents ' wrk at various jobs in Goldsboro. 72 Goldsboro High School has produced many capable work- ers since the Distributive Education Club was formed in 1939. The organization is composed of members who de- sire to broaden their knowledge of the business world. D.E. students who work part-time gain the needed experience for full-time work in the future. Sandra Evers tries her salesmanship on Layton Getsinger at Weil's Department Store. , TJIVCEIPS The bus drivers do the school as well as the community a great service by taking students safely to and from school every- day. These boys are responsible for the job they carry out. Riding the Bus to and from School ls a Regular Part of Many Students' Lives. The School Entrusts Their Safety to Our Bus Drivers. 2 111101100 High SCL Ikudlemlt ssocoileullolrn "A government for the people must depend for its success on the intelli gence, the morality, the justice, and the interest of the people themselves." Grover Cleveland lm S0 A0 Qbififimm 0 O C, ALAN BROWN Vice President DWIGHT ALLEN President MRS. BEATRICE BALKCUM Advisor MRS. ELIZABETH GILLIKIN Advisor ROBIN HELMS Corresponding Secretary LINDA HELMS Recording Secretary BETTY WARD Treasurer HEAD VARSITY CHEERLEADER: Margaret Stewart HEAD .l.V. CHEERLEADER: Claudia Holland SCHOOL SONG: Laura Roach and her committee are cur- rently working on new words for the school song. O 0 O Ce S 9 dl lm ATHLETIC: Dennis McClenny and .lay Coats dust off one of the many trophies at G.H.S. PUBLICITY: Helen Lucas contributes a dime as Steve Baddour kicks off the Empty Stocking drive. 78 BOARD OF ELECTIONS: Ro er Kil g . patrick and his secretaries tally a re- cent election. aucullty 0 0 O BULLETIN BOARDS: K a t h y Puckett helps Rusty Selsor put up a bulletin board. BUILDING AND GROUNDS: James Mumford checks the lockers before they are issued. FLAG: Ronnie Brock, aided by Andy Lewis, gets ready to raise the flag. DEVOTION: Joyce Tyson prepares for .ln hly. 80 upwnning devotion assem- O O O iiiniiisedi Qjiicousce y 0 0 0 CALENDAR: Catherine Byrd puts up a Calendar in the of- fice. LOST AND FOUND: Suzanna Kesterson hands Ben Shuler his lost briefcase. f? 9 4 4 i SOCIAL: Betsy Ward makes plans for a school dance. ageltlwm Tluroug O O O CAFETERIA: Lesley Wharton cleans up the lunchroom after lunch. LIBRARY: Mrs. Getsinger checks for overdue hooks. SCHOLARSHIP: Bakie Ward and Iana Lucas look over a list of G-pin recipients. RECEPTION: Jeanne Hopewell shows sophomores, ,lane Calbreath and Carolyn Kannan, the way. O O 0 T ce Qommlttccs aunt YS. Mr. Twiford inspects the new intercom which was al recent project of the Student Asso- ciation. VISUAL AIDS: Miss Jones aids Mickey Peeler with the pro- jector. ' ,Sp tea- , Wnvmfwuwo ff " s ""'10 Uh 0 d'illllI"lIlI'l1CBlIll0 HOMECOMING: Dene Jernigan displays our new Victory Bell. HANDBOOK: Robin Helms puts the finish- ing touches on the new handbook. f 'bs . W5 M L A - , I E ' mfgamil , Q . ,M MW-may The ER7fIJ'fii1lF'S jwff pHay11maiLs1'inMg" , ., 3 i ,,,,,,.,M if 1 'yung OFFICERS ' Prefident-fBill Wyatt Vice President-Robert Meier Point Secretary---Rusty Selsor ' Recording Sc-crvtary-Brenda Rose ' - , V Corresponding Secretary--Kathy Connnrs f -' .' V Businvss Managers-Paris Franca, Danny Danibl ff. A Advertising 3IZ1IlilflC'I'SfNIiClll'Hl' Lvdcr, Larry Livnfltghud House llanagvrs-Wink Thompson, Tn-rry P-il'lf'4"1lH i ' ' Gdldlmasquaws 5 .x A 'E N , AQ 2554 if 33? W , 9 4 9 f, ah ,, 3 if it f A 2, , Z C11 ff wa? v rg f QC, 4, '23 , Q ,: . 2 x X 5 Ja ,Q ? ga. ' X xx N se se Q' Q?--P" w in 3. S? -sq, C7 gn-W QQ-M in new KV -- -N. . ,fm w fw i fm. . My 4 Cn.. 4 ,mv fffiigcq Hgilivlifiuv Steve-ualid T-Doii' 'set liglllg for-Q ,"Ok'liXijlll1lU." The 'liglitingx crew .lightg-all programs held on the' GHS Stagp',f'i'ncluding cpmmuvnity ,converts orfiviv projects. '. 'I Mikc und' llc-xi' work, flu- ligidio 'QJQIISUII' and sefrw as saiunci vnginlff-gg fur,filv'Rucii1m.'W1rrksi11ip. P' ' ' U T -'."i','.K3'- . ', '. ' lx . ,' " " .'H:i1si'jf'-jiiiliml-'"1-Jiaiili?5,gi'1"irm-iimly' 'lu ppiiihli .flutg '- fur. Jud I-'ry:'5 N - i . ' ,SBU .--. .I .1 CQiI1amiimiinimQa1squems I I 'A or ing Ham-I rynunlf. lirkvts while- xliI'ill'iil', Putty, 'und Tom work on prflgruni and m-wspupvr pulilivity. .1 .wp K ,Wy 1' . - 114. A TIM- "ln-mlsllm-r Illilll-..lI'i1'N lu fu-ll Ilia- vustulm- rn-w :u pair uf IbluuIl1r'r4. ' Hill ai n dl Mark Qgn owr ' Thllflil spots' with Lin- clu Andvrsfm. "0-klu-I1 n nl an wlu-rv lliv wiml VUIIIUS. .- .,.,-4 ri' ooo 66 99 0 0 ffm present UHKHCERTLHOHHQL , ' A "Many A New Daly" SCt'l'll"., ' ' X X ' H Q "Pour Jud Is Hamid" , -1 Aw' 'A', A V n I 1 X Wylll nl Jun rs ld! 'f4 Li 1 3 1 5 will Q. ,IA ,Q--Mn , , . tif' ' xi , -. f' U M ex f - - - ' ' . . . . .. "Kansas Citvh cQlunCl'fs A il ' 1 ' 1 VL if- "W 1-ll. yu dnl Llxk he-r In marry yu. duln I yu! ' A , ' l A ' A , , 1 ,37 l . ' 1 ,v ,si V gf 1 Gwlldlslbwm SCC-BIIIJECOIF' High SCIHCOJCCDH Qlnwrdl Department UmAUqcm dune o 0 DHHDGCQHQQH mf ooo The lijatppfellllat C lt oi tv The A Cappella Choir, a group of seventy musicians selected by audition from the entire student body, presents '5Amahl and the Night Visitors," an opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, every Christmas. This tradi- tion has been nourished for six consecutive years. Mr. T., as we fondly call Mr. Trautwein, holds our attention at an informal rehearsal for "Amahl." ii- I Steve Baddour, a junior, is our renowned accompanist. Steve has held this important position in the A Cappella Choir and the Mixed Chorus for three years. ' r4.1 Q Xi if M af as If sf if x ii if ' ' ' Q , f, if U I fi -N f- V ' I ' ' M ,Q . A Q ,?,M,5i,.+N--1 f rfafri: '.-. , . - M y-wx' '.fLy?3f5 ?'f'3fi"g-irswaazkwix Wllqlhre iilkatilow - resented hy tfzlhe "The Mikado." the third production of its kind at Goldsboro High School. opens revealing Pish-Tush fBuddy Lewis! and the men of the chorus explaining to the audience just who the Mikado is. Yum-Yum. played hy Linda Mercer, is the heroine of the musical Comedy. Here she is accompanied hy her two little friends, Peep- Bo 1Pam Johns-int, and Pitti-Sing tsung alternately by Mary Turner and Susan Selfv. . . . Yum-Yum was to have been married to the aged Ko-Ko. but as luck has it. a letter from the Mikado ordering Ko-Ko to execute someone dissolves this plan of marriage to Yum-Yum. Suddenly he hits upon an idea- that he should hehead Nanki-Poo As the story goes. Nanki-Poo. son of the Mikado, has fled the court to escape marriage with the horrid Katisha. Assuming the disguise of a musician. he encounters a maid named Yum-Yum and immediately falls in love with her. . . "Chop it off, chop it offfu Bythal Bostic, a newcomer to the Mixed Chorus, did a su- perb acting joh as Ko-Ko. the Lord High Executioner of Titipu. Xanki-Poo llarvis Baileyl is about to be beheaded here by Pooh-Bah tCerald Littleton t. I Here, we find the three little maids and their attendants, merrily aggravating Pooh-Bah, the Lord High Everything Else. 92 ixedl Qjlhoiriuis llcglbg . . . But all is found out in time, saving Nanki-Poo from decapitation, and thrust- ing Ko-Ko into a marriage with Katisha, the daughter-in-law elect, who settles for him, having been told that her beloved Nan- ki-Poo was dead. . . K0-Ko hastily consents to marriage with Katislia 4Laura Roach P. . . . The Mikado comes to the rescue with his blessings and a flirta- tious adventure with Pit- ti-Sing, so. . . Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum plan their future. . . Everyone lives happily t ever after. The End. The Mikado CHarry Muirj graces everyone's marriage with his presence. Qgwldshomo SSQBIRRGDHD High SQLQQH lgdnd Ilinnncleuu Tthl? Imnmecfmon Gilman., T :ll a 'P I Q Gul sf! xv! ,f X H' A-5 . K, . 5 1.1. 4 ,fy4g,1g Y ff ,N Q xl 5-X 'Q-Q ,Ng v,q- .,g, olldlsllmoiro einiiior' High Scelhioo ymp oiniiice Band Our Symphonic Band presents concerts for the school and the community. It is a scheduled class, open to all high school students. This year has been a good example of the years past, with the Concert Band giving Christmas, Spring, and Graduation programs. A growing solution for those people interested in the band but unable to attend many concerts is the popular outdoor 4'Blanket,' Concert. 1 1 I 2 l I ! CAPTAIN Bill Stroud serves the hand as Captain. Bill, a senior, plays the tenor saxophone and is a prom- inent member of a group of students and gradu- ates called the "Spectaculars." The "Specs" act as a dance band. lp ,. 4 lst Lieutenant: Dennis Dagenhartg 2nd Lieutenants: Pam Reid, Charles Suprenant, Knot picturedl Larry Grant. Tfhe , V , Q . in My N. A lv 522757 22 ' 98 ollallslhco lI"COD 0 cinnioir all School aim: ing an Umm Baimil .Nlatjoirelftfzcs Fay McGuirt, head Mary Ann Franklin. assistant Patricia Howell Jeanne Suprenant Deedee Taylor Sharon McDowell Patricia High ,loan Narron Mascots Beth Seegars Mary Edna Scott The Marching Band participates in all parades, both school and community. We find our band at all home and many out-of-town games. The Marching Band has performed at the Shrine Bowl and the Holiday Parade in Charlotte for the past two years. l Our Second and Third Class musicians Y M' 99 I THURSTON COBB Advertising Manager CATHERINE BYRD HOWARD MAHEE Business Manager Circulation Manager ELLEN DERBY Assistant Editor GfCOiilliiSCCiil ,V r B 4 . .X 5. .. .1 SUSAN SELF Editor EMILY POWELL Editorial Advisor CLASS EDITORS: Priscilla Wharton, Molly Spicer, Linda Helms Jeanne Ashe, Beverly Peacock. Dwanda Vann, Shirley Simpson. The 1961 OOIIISCA staff thanks Mr. Zeno Spence, our cover artistg Mr. Lee Blackwell, Taylor Publishing Com- pany representative: lVIr. I. K. Williamson, GOHISCA ad- visor for 1963: and Mr. Bill '6Pay" Powell, professional photographer, for their expert assistance with the annual. DEPARTMENTAL EDITOR: Kathy Hooks ADMINISTRATION EDITOR: Dava Drew 94614 Go isea Adlrlls 26 ew agcesf, I-'?Y" s e lb--Q -4. 5 'sl' K -X I MUSIC EDITOR: Linda Mercer GOLDMASQUER EDITOR: Rusty Sc-lsor BUSINESS ADVISOR: Linda Thompson .vfiv 49 an sTl'nENT LIFE EDITORS: Beverly Wells, Jams W Williams HOMECIOKIINIL EDITOR: Nancy Grant FENTIIHES EDITOR: Donna Ebert SPORTS EDITOR: Micfliey Peeler STUDENT VHOTOILRAPHER: Layton Ce-tsingel e if hx STUDENT ASSOCIATION EDITOR: Helen Lucas ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS: Sara Cutler, Steve Baddour ADVERTISING STAFF PRESIDENT , ..,.. , .., Dianne Underwood VICE PRESIDENT . , t. ,.,.. Susan Self SECRETARY ,i ..., .SSSSSSSSS.SSS L esley Whar'ton TREASURER SSSS.. . .,SS. Ann Baker Ward Robin Helms 0 Betsy Ward Ann Baker Ward These seniors were honored recently by being tapped into the International Honor Society for High School Journalists-Quill and Scroll. To be eligible a student must have Worked on either the HI-NEWS or the GOHISCA for at least one year. In addition he must evidence much journalis- tic talent. Bob Bland will Mr. Eugene Roberts ADVISOR illlflliill SCCIIDCCD Susan Self Ann Burruss Lesley Wharton Dianne Underwood HI-NEWS SHOP: Rusty Selsor. Donna Thompson. Ann liurruss. Dianne Underwood. ' 'MMWW LESLEY WHARTON Editor is laws T964 AlJYl'fH'l'ISlXC MANAGER: Dianne Underwood ASSISTANTS: llowrly Wells lNot picturedl, Richard Pate Q 'X nr-- BIR. EUGENE ROBERTS Advisor BUSINESS MANAGER: Ann Burrus 4Not pictured? ASSISTANTS: Rm-lu-llc Myers, .loAnn Pearson 4Not pic- lurvdl I04 ASSISTANT EDITORS: Mary Balfour Turner, Howard Maree , rig REPORTING STAFF Goldsboro HI-NEWS is our student newspaper. It is published ten times during the school year by the journalism class. Also operated hy the same class is the HI-NEWS SHOP, aschool store in which needed classroom supplies may be purchased. PHOTOGRAPHER: Dianne Rogers FEATURE EDITOR: William Holloman ASSISTANTS: Paula Cahoon, Sarah Ledforll CIRCULATION MANAGER: Donna Ebert fNot picturedj ASSISTANTS: Peggy Smith, Dwanda Vann, Nancy Grant SPORTS EDITOR: Rusty Selsor ASSISTANTS: .Iackie Blankenhorn ADVERTISING STAFF I05 al '1 'liz , ax K X , ,WJ Mfg D , ,g ,l y . fx A .mn "' A 'N sf M 'QV' Q ,gy 49' 6 , 4 X .,, , ,M 1. .ff 3. u.q ,lv vial fp sv. :fx 5 A 2 . B ' .4Q ,gif 4 . sf' xi' I. K W : ff? 1 if 0 ,. fs 'Q ,-. K4 1- gf' vxws 'a ,Q .J i 1 0 ,-Q fi g I Agfa' , if v ff W ,A . 133 ,- . .j'1g2 lx A .Q syn A 'gi ,Q ' 1 4 ' TA I .4- ,A , sf, .1 ' A Q u lid, as X Q-' . 'wtf S., Q- yi 1. ajft f f' . 1- -. x N QW. s. .. u. , .v 'L , X51 , '14 v . 2,-N ?-.l. .-, Gr .F-l, ,912 u 2 . Q., xs,l N4 - -,g. ., J ,ZKQRVVAY , Q ?? 15--'-hiv, .. 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SECOND ROW: Cleve Paul, Ed Carter, Bill Honaker, Dennis Mc-Fe-ron, Steve Burns, Johnny Hawley, Eddie Wyatt, Tom Brown, Tom Andresky, Layton Getsinger, Craig Wade. THIRD ROW: Hal Davis, Jimmy Price, Allen McGuire, Joe Cox, Ed Cox, Hugh Hill, Hardy Sullivan, Kim Bremer, Mike Stevens, Ken Johnson, Keith Allen, Roger Olszanowski. FOURTH ROW: Dennis McClenny, Jay Coats, Mike Cole, John Burns, Mike Sasser, Gene McGowan. John Dees, Donald Heath, Chuck McKiever, Ernest Linton, Wayne Boyce, Craig Brown. FIFTH ROW: Gerald Johnson. Thomas Marlowe, Donnie Best. James Howell. 965:64 oacc ing Sttalllll 1963-64 CO-CAPTAINS Mike Sasser Eddie Wyatt Mike was named to the Greensboro Daily News and the Charlotte Observer All-State teams. Mike played in the annual Shrine Bowl game in Charlotte. Eddie received honorable mention in the Greensboro and Charlotte paper All-State lists. Both boys were All-Conference, and their pictures I appeared in a national high school football magazine. I Left to right: Sam Shugart, Gene Causby, Gerald Whisenhunt. The Qua es this year won five, lost four. and tied one for the best Quake record since 19-19. They also won more road games than any team since 19-19. At the end of the season, the Quakes were ranked eleventh in the state. Goldsboro 21 Jacksonville .ese 1 19 Vllilsou 7 0 Rocky Mount 6 Fayetteville 6 Raleighe so e fBroughtonl 33 New Bern e 7 e 23 Willliirlgtori 1 13 Kinston e 28 Raleigh llinloel 0 Durham Bill Honaker carries the hall as the Quake offense oes for a first down. Coach Gene Caushy has a sideline conference with Quake tailback, Eddie Wyatt. Opposition . .ssss e 0 11 0 13 21 26 13 6 1 1113 is 6 119 Mike Sasser and Hardy Sullivan zero in on opposing hall carrier. VARSITY MANAGERS Left lo right: James Howell. Donnie Best, Gerald Johnson, Thom as Marlowe. IO9 Tliiootlliallll Team l.f-ft lu right, FIRST ROW: Butch Willoughby, Richard Heath, Stuart W'ilson, Starry Wilson. ,lunior Henry, Mike Harrell. SECUXIJ ROW: Mark Timmons. Danny Hodge, Bill Snypes, Danny Howell, Chip Murphy, Dan Brussarde, Kent Lockey. THIRD ROW: Clizirles Spiron, Rohert Massengil. Terry O'Connor, Robert Kornegay, Ray Pate, Don Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Ili-nny ltr-ans, Roy Olszanowski, Frank Bailey, Andy Lewis. H. B. Edgerton. BACK ROW: Coach Charles Lee, Man- uuvr- 'ill'1'l'y' Pilkington and Charles Woodard, Coach Ned Thompson. rutinuioir: aurosiity Cjlheeirt ea ers mlitlt Left to right. FIRST ROW: Linda Bryant lAss1stant Head Cheerleaderl, Carol Weathers lMascotJ, Claudia Holland fHead Cln-1-rlvaflf-H. SECOND ROW: Priscilla Browning, Donna Talton, Susan Monroe, Carol Richter, Scotty Weathers, Pris- eilla Wliurton, Molly Spicer. Paula Williams, Linda Bell. Left to right: Gerald Waddell, Johnny Zambelli, Ken Johnson, Dennis McClenny, Ted Martin, Lee Wyman, Coaches Charles Lee and Sam Shugart, Tommy Arnold, Tony Farmer, Mike Benton, Manager Bert Wooters. Dickie Kannon, Jackie Turlington. 9C6i5:ll9i6a4 aslliettllimallll eaumi Goldsboro wins 80,63 as time runs out. The 1963-64 basketball team had a very prosperous season, winning six out of its first seven games. This year's team used many juniors in the starting line-up and had two sophomores on the team, a factor which will be influential in the success of next yearis team. 1963-64 CAPTAIN Lee Wyman asikettiimaiiii iigiifiiiigiiiitfs : The Quakes take a rest. Left to riglitg Bert Wooters, Dickie Turlington-Honorary Captain, Tony Farmer, Jimmy Bryan, Ken Johnson, Mike Benton, Dickie Kannan, Jackie Turlington, Lee Wyman, Couch Lee, Coach Siiugart. Ned Thompson. Tommy Arnold jumps, and the game begins Dickie Kannan goes for a two-pointer. jackie Turlington out-maneuvers a Wilson guard. Ken Johnson fights for possession of the ball. BASKETBALL MANAGERS: Charles Spiron, Statistician Bert Wooters F Varsity guard ,lohnny Zambelli drives in for a shot. JUNIOR VARSITY CO-CAPTAINS Billy Mcluawhorn Butch Willoughby Dennis McClenny pulls in a rebound for the Quakes. ll9b5:,llf9?64 iuuniiior' eirsiilky faisllielll eillll Team Left to right: Eddie Horton, Billy McLawhorn, Mark Helms, Greg Abernathy, Coach George Whitfield, Danny Hodge, Butch Willoughby, Dickie Horton, Doug Vinson. H3 1962165 Base all Team The 1962-63 baseball team tied for first place in the Eastern fl-A Conference with Rocky Mount after winning fifteen of its twenty-game schedule. Fifteen wins are the most wins by any Goldsboro High School baseball team in the history of the school. Goldsboro's ace pitcher, Johnny Barwick, received the Mansour Award fMost Valuable Playerj for the second straight year. He is the only player ever to win this award two years -in a row. Johnny, whose pitching set school and conference records, has signed to play professional baseball with the Bal- timore Orioles. S-3 'V Q PV" X Ai-..gm . tif Left to right, FIRST ROW: Brent Wilson, Gerald Waddell, Otis Jones, Russ Sears, Denny Sutton, Jimmy Bahen, Jimmy Stewart. SECOND ROW: Mike Parrell, Gerald Johnson, Tom Andresky, Harold Pate, Bill Starr, Eddie Wyatt, Joey Frank- lin, Johnny Barwick. THIRD ROW: Tommy Hall, Johnson Murray, Tom Brown, Mike Cole, Mike Sasser, John Patterson, John Diviney. Scores Goldsboro Opposition Goldsboro Opposition 9 Clinton ,,e,, O 5 Raltiigll ...,.....,...... 0 1 New Bern , CBroughtonJ 13 Jacksonville Clinton .............,, 12 Jacksonville Rocky Mount ..... 2 Raleigh .,.. is Durham .......... - LEnloel Wilson .,........ 6 Raleigh .o... Fayetteville - .... lEnloej Wilmington ..... 3 Durham Raleigh .........,... 1- 10 Wilson .1o..o...., ....... I Broughtonl 3 Fayetteville Rocky Mount 9 Wilmington Mt. Olive College II4 Starting Jimmy Stewart Johnny Barwick Gliolldlslholto in Action Johnny Barwiek takes ix lm x .1141 S ai! -re QQA F 'L cut at the hall. COACH GEORGE WHITFIELD A ' T ' f'?'2iff-23-3f.i'5'f,1 ' . " ' 1-.'-"2t'.-31 'Y .4--pr 'e - ' ' ' ' ff?"-fu g.,rf ,f. Joey Franklin sends the hall into the outfield. I 'Q egg Jil , Jw., I -.qui-4' . 5"-'r 'F Coach Whitfield yells advice to a Golds- fi: boro base-runner. I I6 Denny Sutton crosses the plate with a Goldsboro score. iresttlliiing eaum Left to right, FIRST ROW: Frank Peoples, Shep Kaylor, Roy Jones, Eddie Radford, Donnie Best, Assistant Stan Caushy, Skip Ambrose, Terry Pilkington, Billy Whitesell, Russell Chase. SECOND ROW: Manager Robert Ayers, Benne Harrell, Wayne D viney, Alan Gallagher, Edward Carter, Jerry Howell, Wayne Sullivan, Hardy Sullivan, Pat Stevenson, Ernest Linton, Ed Carr Manager James Howell. THIRD ROW: Coach Bill Kemp, Joe Cox, Steve Burns, Jimmy Price, John Burns, John Johnston. Bar ton Gool, Tim Weaver, Clip Davis, Carl Stevenson, Rory Hakkarainen, Bud Mclaawhorn, Coach Gene Caushy. Left to right, STANDING: John Simpson, John Parker, Steve Clark. SEATED: Wayne Comer, Coach Ned Thomp- son, Richard Binet. 962:65 ollllf VJFCBQEMIEIJI Richard Binet tees off. Binet practices on the putting green llf9li612:b5 Traella Team Left to right, FIRST ROW: Watts Parrish, Bob Roses, Donald Heath, Hal Davis, Tinker Duke, Dickie Kannan, Bill Hon- aker, Carl Stevenson, Dennis McFeron, Dwight Carter, Keith Allen, Pat Stevenson, Arlow Triplett. SECOND ROW: Dar- rell Mitchell, Cleve Paul, Mike Stevens, Paul Hayes, Wayne Boyce, Emmett Howell, Bobby Faulkner, Ben Shuler, Ed Carr, Kim Bremer, Dennis McClenny, Donnie Best. THIRD ROW: James Howell, Dennis Clark, Craig Wade, John Dees, Ed Cox, Craig Brown, Jimmy Whitmer, Dennis Reed, Larry Thomas, Sammy Vinson, Ricky McLawhorn, Jimmy Strou-d, Johnny Hawley, Wayne Sullivan. The 1962-63 track team won all but one of its meets for an impressive 5-1 record. They also set a G.H.S. scoring record when they scored ninety-four points against Wilson. ,Q . Sprinters Hal Davis, Larry Thomas, Johnny Hawley, and Ben Shuler. 1' V x g i 52 Dennis Clark goes up and over. I Mike Stevens throws the discus. II8 Left to right, STANDING: Jack Rue, Ken Davis, Bryant Langston, Mike Martin, Jimmy Otwell, Mickey Peeler, Dickie Horton, Roney Davis, Sandy Starling, Donnie Simmons, Eddie Horton, David Hales, Coach Charles Lee. KNEELING: Mark Helms, Johnny Zambelli, T. W. Parker, Bobby Barbera. llf9N6i2aC65 CBIUUIJIITS CC"3i:D,lIlIll Langston shows opponent his "fireball" serve. 1 The '62-'63 T e n n is Team ended its season in a tie for first place with Broughton of Raleigh aft- er having a thirty-seven m atc h winning streak snapped earlier in the year. Starling concen- trates on the ball. 2 9. Zamhelli exhibits his powerful forehand shot. a F 2 E 25 gi 'l l li l if l il l. F? E l. ,, l A is lf lj iff Qll l. li? l 3 1 l l 1 li i E 5 I, i i !. It fi l 11d-.,.a4xaulvmruuw.,--.-'..-.---4-- - ff, v,'b I20 Qlaldshama 6lIl1l10lF' SCClll1COJCCD Mary Shepard Cathy Bahen my Mary Louise Dowling Brenda Coombs Jean Reese Martha Gibson -' eww ,w s Mary Farmer Beverly Hood EHCD D9fbY Head Cheerleader Margaret Stewart l965:l9o4 airsiriy eel? ea ers raay . ,X ff ' " A Assistant Head Cheerleader Sally Borden Mascot Caren Seymour While some danced the night away, others preferred simply to sit and enjoy the atmosphere. amsilfpy atintcce igliligllitts - llf9Pf65 Varsity Club members nervously await the start of tht- promenade. Butch Whitesell and Bonita Bradshaw lead the group as olub members and their dates are introduced to the audi- ence. After formal introduction had been made, the gym became a showcase of handsome couples. l t t Q l 1 v t li t S ,gi E E l, it t, l l P 2 ,z E r. I V I t l lt rip 'E I 1 1 is or lt tr tt il fit is l lil A4 Tom Andresky Donnie Best Kim Bremer Tom Brown Ed Carr Dwight Carter ,lay Coats Mike Cole Ed Cox Ken Davis Bennie Farmer Allen Callaher 0 V ' t vfe- ff , I 1 x 'ii M 1, pw I 1 , 1 X' 'fig A Q ,af X 5' W .H - 'iff by---wi' . f fi' ,-57" if ' W Q .e ','!? ,A QQ A Q of -fwyfw - ' , f U A - ',, 2? if A . y gi ,, 5 Y B ro, 5 , a 5 X .- I - 2 au., ,.,,, 'gi , 'J f .r2 . W A: T" ' ,.,,, ,I Q Q, a Q in ' i " ' f ' e ' f we r we w 1, f ' 1 . LL E A X David Hales ,D ,J D A.-Q ' .1 ,K B Benne Harrell "" K , YW Q ., -71 D 1, -e 1 In Johnny Hawley K , 1 ij Billy Honaker 'cw' K ,. 2 W., - 1, 4, KM' A , wily? : ww ,, ,fr ., ! , I , Q ,N ., if fl I , K . Li . , ,,,, . 4: " J V 0 i J1mmY HOWCH g , yy ,Q ' ,, 4 Gerald Johnson 'f - f ' pg A in Dickie Kannan ff , ,- ' -. I M97 :' Z , A, g. , ' - , new , EZ fa e f fu , f. WV? A if -2 -gi ' , 'f o o o . errsity Qlilulh ilufoir' utstfeinrdling Athleies ADVISOR E22 Eugene CHUSIJY OFFICERS: Ed Wyatt, Mike Sasser, Benne Har- ll Bert Wooters Allen Gallaher Dickie Kannan. re? 5 9 Bill Kelly Bryant Langston Dennis McClenny Dennis McFerron Johnson Murray f I W , y f Roger Olszanowski ' fg A A Cleve Paul ' i s Jimmy Price up f Eddie Radford X Bob Roses H , -,QQ fi i I I ' N , . Q, Mlke Sasser - Q ' Russ Sears ,- Q ' """' Ben Shuler ,V - '---W I "" ',,. , ' Mike Stevens - dree oeoi Carl Stevenson x ,.N, .,,: ., , , , """ 4 1,5 ' "" , Q ' Dickie Turlington 1 Gerald Waddell , A W' ,, fe ff Butch Whitesell I 1 ' . . " fr p .l,,,,s Bert Wooters ' I . -',Q 1, E In Eddie Wyatt " A M' In ,iq hrv. V: ,,,r y Varsity Qlliuilh prayer When the score stands against me and there seems little chance to win, when there is a Whole half to play and I am hot and tired and sick at heart, then I pray, Divine Comrade, for strength to play the game. It is easy enough to play when I am winning, when I feel fresh and there are no odds against meg but when things are going wrong and I am tempted to cheat, to 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 will always he with me. When I am cowardly or tired or baffled, give the sense that Thou art by my side, telling me how to plan my way and giving me the courage to keep on. Be with me in the contests of today and all through life's courses. Amen. Lee Wyman 241 Pf"21Z7"S'K7'i? I, ' - Q52 W. ns f r , :W M' 7341: Ti-151 4 E'-Q . 'Vim sg. ,, ' we ,- M " - IEE' in c, t, fy I X 34: Not pictured: Craig Wade, Robert Aires, Chuck McKiever, Hugh Hill, Hardy Sullivan, Roy Jones. " l23 ,gy , ,Q A. gg ' w f . . y- W aff ig 4+ , , pw 51, , 4. , , , WX., , , m.,f3.., W ,- ff,-, - 1 ff 1 yff, ,qt W ' X, 1,5 - Af. ' WY N ,, . g I 1,241 f S X ww, ,- r' W M -45? 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' J . 71 ,,,.w, , i ,, " vk ' Wm . ff , ,5 ? 5 1 E 4 4 1' M' Q , . if, 'if',',.,'2g . If Q 'f I ' K . N . 3 , . , 1, f 'V' f 1 ' A 'IW-f A , 5 ' 4 f V , E f Q if z i I 1 f 552,27 .lg : 52. PM :l .. .:, - x xg! W Q " J , XX . , ' :Cx f . 1 N' K , 4 A ' f X V 1 L' - H. ' 4 ' V v ' - 3 4 9 . T . f. if 'fix W ' . fi -V 4 j , ' a ' 9 , 1 fs?2,5V'. . ? . " f ' , s : V W ,Q M'- I Z., , , V ,- , www! it I1 ,Ms gp - P. - .- .H wif: A Q Y' 439' fe -V , ,, ,. 4515187 ' . ,f-rf' X . MW- - W , , fi 'z 1- WILLIAM FRANCIS ABBOTT "See and be seen." .l.V. Football Statistician 2, 33 V. Football Statistician 23 Basketball Statistician 2, 33 Bio. Cl. 2, 33 Latin Cl. 2, 33 Science Cl. 33 F.T.A. 33-Debating Cl. 43 M. Chorus 43 N.E.D.T. Award 23 Hm. Rm. Officer 2, 43 Hi-News Staff 3, 43 Asst. Sport's Editor 33 Sports Editor 43 Stunt Nite 23 Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 33 E.C.C. Journalism Awards 33 Hi-News Sportswriting Awards 3. LEE ALBERT "Why take life seriously? You never get out of it alive any- way." .l.V. Basketball 2, 33 ,I.V. Football 23 Hm. Rm. Officer 2, 33 Stunt Nite 2. MARJORIE MARIE ALDRIDGE "Her words are few, but well chosen." DWIGHT WOODARD ALLEN "High erected thoughts seated in the heart of leadership." S.A. Representative 23 Class Treasurer 23 Goldmasquers 2, 33 V. Pres. 33 Goldmasquer GOHISCA Editor 33 "Mousetrap" 23 "Trail of Tears" 23 "Unto the Least of These" 23 Biology Cl. 2, 33 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Student Director 2, 33 Class King 23 Pep Cl. 3, 43 Hi-News, Assit. Circulation 33 N. C. Student Council Congress Workshop 23 E.D.N.C.S.C.C. 33 Car- olina Drama Festival 23 S.A. V. Pres. 33 S.A. Pres. 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 '6Amahl" 43 ,Superlative 43 Mixed Cho- rus 43 "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 Comm. Chairman 3. REBECCA BABB ALLEN "Happiness is cheaper than worry." Hmrm. Off. 2, 43 S.A. Representative 2, 33 Pep Club 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 Reception Com- mittee 43 Stunt Night 23 Class Council 2, 33 Biology Club 2. ROBERT EARLE AMBROSE ':The best place to find a helping hand is at the end of your arm." Wrestling 3, 43 Math Club 43 Hmrm. Officer 2, 33 Flag Comm. 43 Stunt Night 4. FRANCES RUTH ANDERSON "Ambition rules her brain and love her heart." Marshal 43 S.A. Alternate 23 G-Pin Comm. 33 Hmrm. Offi- cer 2, 33 Calendar Comm. 23 Girl's Chorus 2. JUDITH CAROL ANDERSON "When good natured people leave us, we loolf forward to their return." Class Representative 23 Distributive Education Cl. 43 Building and Ground 2. THOMAS ANTHONY ANDRESKY "It's better to wear out than rust outf' .l.V. Football 23 ,l.V. Baseball 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Var- sity Baseball 3, 43 Basketball Scorekeeper 43 Varsity Club 3, 43 Stunt Night 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 43 S.A. Rep. 23 Visu. Aids Comm. 2, 3, 4. OMEGA LOUISE ANDREWS "Quiet, steadfast and faithful." Hmrm Officer 33 F.T.A. 33 Calendar Comm. 2, 3. Wifzcw 49-'4' X ,uf We ill thaimil Vlllogcelh ll' I gt in limllllillli Seniors support the Earthquakes. Cl ll 964 fl S S 0 fuswhgk THOMAS EUGENE ARNOLD "Let 'what comes, come: it's coming anyway? .l.V. Football 25 ,l.V. Basket- ball 25 V. Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Cl. 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 35 Hmrm. Off. 25 Track 35 Stunt Night 3, 45 Athletic Comm. 45 Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes 3, 4. DAVID FRANKLIN ATKINSON "When joy and duty clash, let duty go to smash." Hmrm. Off. 2, 35 ,l.V. Foot- ball 25 S.A. Rep. 25 Soph. Rep. 25 Math Cl. 35 Stunt Night 2, 4. A JAMES ROBERT AYCOCK "All times I have enjoyed." V. Baseball 35 S.A. 25 Basketball 2. RICHARD MARLIN BAILOR "I would live to study, and not study to live Hmrm. Off. 25 Talent Show 25 Marshal 4. JOSHUA MELVIN BARTLETT "Look before you leap-see before you go.' D.E. Cl. 3, 45 Hmrm. Off. 25 S.A. 2, 3. JAMES MICHEAL BANKSTON "If talking will do it, helll winf' 43110000 J BARBARA MIRIAM BENNETT "A rare spirit and kind consideration for othersf, Bulletin Board Comm. 2, S.A. 2, Stunt Nite 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. 3, Reception Comm. 4, "Little Mary Sunshine" 4, "Amahl" 4, Art Cl. Off. 3. GEORGE RUFFIN BENTON "A house without books is like a room without windows." Latin Cl. 2, .lr. Biology Cl. 2, Sr. Biology Cl. 3, 4, Wres- tling 2, Tennis 4, Marshal 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. MARY CAROLYN BEST "Quiet, but nice to know." Fr. Cl. 2, 3, D. E. Cl. 4. GEORGE DONALD BEST "All I know is that I know nothingf, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, V. Football Mgr. 3, 4, V. Track Mgr. 3, 4, V. Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Stunt Nite 4, Athletic Comm. 2, 3, 4. CRAIG ALAN BLACKBURN "A good listener is usually thinking about something else." Band 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, S.A. 2, 3, All State Band 4, Hmrm. Off. 2. LAURA ANN BLALOCK "I agree with you, but I must admit you're wrong." GOLDMASQUERS 2, 4, "Holiday Showtime" 2, "Mouse- trap" 2, Band 2, MathfCl. 4, "Oklahoma" 4, Fr. Cl. 4, Debating Cl. 4, St. Anne's School, Charlottesville, Va. 3. ROBERT SHERWOOD BEAMON 'Wice to be aroundf' Charles B. Aycock High School, Band 4. BEVERLY JOAN BECK '5Silence-hers speaks with a smile." Pr. Cl. 2, 3, 4, .lr.-Sr. 3, Stunt Nite 3, M. Choir 2, 3, 4, G-Pin Comm. 4, 'glfirates of Penzance," '4The Mikado," 4'Little Mary Sunshine." JACOB EDWARD BECKWORTH "Let the world look out for itself, I't'e got me to worry about." Stunt Nite 2, 3, 5'Hasty Heart," 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, "Mouse Trap" 2, Vice Pres. D.E. Cl. 3, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4, D.E. Cl. 3, 4. SAMUEL RICHARD BELL "Happy contented he jogs alongf' Soph. Rep. .IIMMY CARSON BLIZZARD "He ihot mischief lmtclzetlz, nzisclzief C'IlfFlZ0lll.7, V. Pres. DE. Cl. 33 S.A. Rep. 33 D.E. Cl. 3. 4. IACQUELINE RAYE BOST 'elf men inlerfere wilh work -lquil zuorlrf' S.A. Rep. 23 .lr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 33 Class Council Rep. 23 GOHISCA Court 23 F.H.A. 23 "Mikado" 33 Stunt Nite 2, 33 G'Little Mary Sun- shine" 4. GAY VAIL BLAND "Her S1611 is music. her Voice is song." A Cappella 3, 43 'LMikad0" 33 "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 3, 43 Art Cl. 33 Pres. of Goldmasquers 33 M. Choir Off. 43 "Anne Frank" 33 Fashion Show 33 Madrigal Group 43 Stunt Nite 3, 43 "Little Mary Sun- shine" 4. FLORA MAE BODDIE Latin Club 2' Bioloff' Cl. 2 1 el' a 33 Spanish Cl. 3, 43 F.T.A. 33 Stunt Nite 2, 33 Hmrm. Off. 33 M. Chor. 43 "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 .Ir.-Sr. Comm. 3. ROBERT RUSSELL BLAND '41 respect faith, but doubt is what gets you an eilucalionf' N.H.S. 3, 43 Marshal 43 Lat- in Cl. 2, 33 Fr. Cl. 3, 43 Science Cl. 3, 4, V. Pres. 3g .Ir. Biology Cl. 23 Sr. Bi- ology Cl. 3: Pep Cl. 33 De- hating Cl. 43 Stunt Nite 2 3, 43 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 Flag Comm. 33 G-Pin Comm. 43 Hi-News Asst. Adv. Mgr. 33 Quill and Scroll 3, 4. 9 NANCY SUSAN BOONE 'gl-ler quiet naiure seems to tune Io each seuson's har- many." Bulletin Board Comm. 33 Li- brary Cl. 33 Stunt Nite 3, 43 Dec. Comm. 33 French Cl. 4. SALLY NASH BORDEN "jovial and energetic-an all around girlf, S. A. Council 2, 4g Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 Social Comm. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 43 French Cl. 4, Treas.3 Biology Cl. 33 GOHISCA Staff 33 Mixed Chor. 43 MLittle Mary Sun- shine" 43 Stunt Night Comm. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night Queen Rep. 23 Superlative 43 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, J.V. Head, V. Asst. Head3 Class Council Rep. 23 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. BYTHAL HILL BOSTIC WAYNE HARRIS c'lVhal,s the use in living if BOYCE you cunft enjoy yourself." HQuie,, bu,,,fCej, S.A. Rep. 23 Hmrm. Off. 33 V- Football 3: Track 3- w uMik3d0., 33 A Cappella 3: F.C.A. 3, 43 F.C.A. Treas. 4. 43 Madrigal Group 43 M. Chorus Pres. 43 M. Chor. 3, 43 'gAmahl,, 43 'LLittle Mary Sunshine" 4. IANICE MARIE BOYD 'gllforlr is done and must be done, but while I work 171 have my fun." Girls' Chor. 23 Spanish Cl. 3, 43 Library Cl. 2, 3, V. Pres. 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 M. Chor. 43 'little Mary Sunshine" 43 Hmrm. Off. 2. tis hDyWeGroW0.. iiser, Stronger, Ulltlleiv. ALAN DEAN BROWN UPICA: I1 side mul 171 argue with jllllf, Biology Cl. 2, 3: Spanish Cl. 2, 3, President 3: Science Cl. 3, Treasurer 3: Hmrm. Off. 2, 3: Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4: Marshal 4: N.H.S. 4: S.A. Vice Pres. 4: N.C. Student Coun- cil Wforkshop, Mars Hill, N.C.: N.C. Student Counvil Con- gress, Winston-Salt-m. N. C.: Pep Cl. 3, 4: llc-hating Cl. 4, TOMMY RAYMOlNll BROWN 'cflluny r0c'e1'1'e mlttife: but only flu' wise profit by it." "The Imaginary Invalid" 4: .l.V. Base-lrztll 2: .l.V. Footlmall 2: V. Football 3, 4: V. Baseball 3, 4: Wrestling 3: Varsity Cl. 3, 4: S.A. Rep. 2: Homecoming Comm. 3: l'lmrm. Off. 2, 3: Audio-Visual Comm. 3: Vice pres. 3: T.I3.I".C. 3. 4: Pres. 3, 4: Stunt Nitt- 2, 3. SANDY KAY BRUN ER "Blond Szveetnessi' Transfer from Socastee High School. Myrtle llc-deli, S. C. J AMES STEWART BRYAN "One of those all-rourzd boys so rarely found." Transfer from Grantham High School: Vice pres. Freshman Class: Secretary F.F.A. 2: President F.F.A. 3: Monogram Cl. 2, 3, Secretary 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3, 4. I3l PAULA SHARON CAHOON C0110 foulrl not exist zvithoul fl good personalityf' Hi-News Assistant Feature Editor 4: Garner Senior High. Carner, North Carolina. ROBERT VORIS CALLOWAY UTIIKIY' is ll why for 0l'I'l'-YIlll'I7g.., Foothall 2. RONNIE CALVIN CAMPBELL iiHl'lllHfl ezfcry great man, therels a womanf, S.A. Representative 2, 3, Athletic Comm. 2, Treasurer DE. Cl. 3, Hmrm. Off, 3, D.E. Student of the year 3, Coldmasquers 3: Senior Class Rep., D.E. Club 4. IVIICHEAL CANNON 4245 full of jun as the flay is long." l32 LINDA ROSE BUNN "It wasn.'t angels who laughed when she was bornf, M. Chor. 3, 4, 'gMikado" 3, '6Little Mary Sunshine" 4, A Cappella 4, Spanish Cl. 3, Rec. Comm. 2, Social Comm. 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, 4, COHISCA Staff 3. GLENWOOD EARL BURDEN 'CA genlleman at all times." Science Cl. 3, 4: Jr. Rep. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, Dillard High School, Goldsboro, North Carolina. JOHN JOSEPH BURNS. JR. "I don? disagree with you: howerer. I rio hare ri different opinionf' Football 3, 4: Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Wrestling 4: Jr.-Sr. 3, F.C.A. 3, 4: Chaplain 4: Lakenheath American High School, England. RUBY ANN BURRUSS "Greatness is found in doing." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Hi-News Staff 3, 4, Hi-News Business Manager 4: Social Comm. 3, 4, Devotion Comm. 2: M. Chorus 4: "Little Mary Sunshinel' 4, Hi-News Shop 4: Stunt Night 2, 3. 4, Jr. Sr. 3, Library Cl. 3. CAROLINE INEZ BUTLER 4'Why study when lhere's a boy's hear! to winf, S.A. 2, Band 2, 3, 4: M. Chor. 4, D.E. Cl. 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4. CATHERIN E ELIZABETH BYRD "To lfnow her is a liberal erlucalionfl Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, S.A. 3, Comm. Chairman 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Business Manager of COHISCA 4, Fr. Cl. 4, Latin Cl. 2, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Bio. Cl. 2, 3, A Cappella 3, 4, Science Cl. 3, F.T.A. Cl. 3, 4, M. Chor. 4, "Amahl,' 3, 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Sr, Rep. 4, Pub. Cl. 2, '4Cut-Ups" 4, Jr.-Sr. 3: V. Pres. Bio. CI. 3, "Little Mary Sunshine" 4. l 0 t. ce . nllll Ltiuurlly and Get Rea y EDWARD GLENN CARR "A Gentleman at all tirnesf, .l.V. Foothall 2, V. Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, Ath. Comm. 2, S.A. 2. ARCHIE FLOYD CARTER "Life is not life at all without zielightf' Drafting, l.E.C. 3. DWIGHT O'NEAL CARTER "Nothing is more useful than silencef' Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. EVE HOPE CARTER alt is best to live as a friend." Yamato High School, Tachikawa, Japan. Amll Per ape lllllll' f:Rlll1CCCB QUHMCO BRENDA CAROL CARVER "A willing heart, attractive grace, a charming girl with dimpled face." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Soph. Council Rep. 2, Board of Elections Comm. 2, Comm. Service Comm. 3, French Cl. 4, Lost and Found 4, F.T.A. 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 3, Intra. Basketball 3. ' JANE CARNELL CASEY "A sweet and considerate person." Lib. Rep. 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm., D.E. Club Calendar Comm., Homecoming 2, 3. Sociology students replace the Board of Aldermen. MAE ANN CAVINESS "Never dull, always gay, Annis a jolly good sport in every way." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Soph. Council Rep. 2, Biology Cl. 2, 3, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Science Cl. 3, Fr. Cl. 4, F.T.A. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, M. Chor. 4, "Amahl" 3, 4, 'SLittle Mary Sunshine" 4, Social Comm. 2, GOHISCA adv. staff 3, 4, Cut-Ups 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4. BOBBY EARL CLAYTON "What should a man do but be merry?" Goldmasquers 3, L'Byrd's Christmas Carol" 3, "Diary of Anne Frank" 3, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 3, '6Mikado" 3, D.E. Club 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. JOHN ATLAS COATS "He loves the game beyond Ilze prize." Varsity Club 3, 43 .l.V. Football 2, IV. Baseball 2, V. Base- ball 3, 4, V. Football 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM THURSTON COBB "No legacy is so rich as liorzestyf' Latin Cl. 2, 3, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Marshal 4, COHISCA Advertising Manager 4, Hi-News staff 4, Spanish Cl. 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Science Cl. 4, Wrestling 2, Hmrm. Off. 4, Calendar Comm. 4. MICHAEL MONROE COLE "The wild vicissiludes of tastef' .l.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, .I.V. Baseball 2, V. Baseball 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, V.P. of T.B.F.C. 3, 4. JUDY ANN COOMBS "As many good points as a pack of pins." Pep Club 3, 4, Science Cl. 4, S.A. Rep. 2, Sr. Class Coun- cil 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Reception Comm. 4, Bd. of Elections 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Committee Chair. 3, Stunt Night 2, 3, Dramatics 3. PATRICIA SUE COOPER "A flower of nzeelrness on a stem of grace." COHISCA Court 4, lst Runner-up Miss Holiday. Superlative 4, Yorktown High SchoolfArlington, Virginia-Class Pres., Tha Tri Hi Y, Sec. Foreign Relations Club, Prom Dec. Comm. F.H.A., National Art Honor Society, Hmrm. Officer, School Hostess. ROBERT IERALD COOR "A ,good sport in all he does." S.A. 2, Athletic Comm. 2, 3, 4, Math Cl. 4. VICTOR ED COX "Heavy" "Tardies? How many more do I need?" S.A. Rep. 3, Varsity Football 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4, S.A. Comm., Super- lative 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Stunt Night, "Little Mary Sun- shine" 4. DOROTHY TAYLOR CUTLER "Through sunshine and rain, Dot's always the same." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, COHISCA Staff 3, M. Chor. 3, 4, A Cappella 4, "Mikado" 3, "Little Mary Sunshine" 4, Stunt Night 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 2, 3, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Fr. Cl. 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, Science Cl. 2, Latin Cl. 2, "Amahl" 4. The End coli at eiriiectt ay DENNIS ALAN DAGENHART "As merry as the day is long." Band 2, 3, 4, S.A. Comm. 2, 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Math Cl. 2, M. Chor. 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 3, '4Pirates of Penzance" 2, "Mikado" 3, "Amahl" 2, 3, Class Rep. 2, 3, Fr. Cl. 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Band, lst. Lt. 4, F.T.A. 4. J AMES ROBERT DALTON g'He is rich who is contented." Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4-3 6'Show- time" 2, Miss Goldsboro Pag- eant 2, 3, "Diary of Anne Frank" 3, S'Mouse Trap" 3, '6Unto The Least of These" 3, "Hasty Heart" 2. All is quiet at CHS. ANNETTE GAY DALY "A twinkle in her eyes portrays her azfirl sense of humor." Reception Comm. 2, 4, Biology Cl. 2, Pep. Cl. 3, 4, Fr. Cl. 2, 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, S.A. Alt. 4, M. Chor. 4, F.T.A. 4, Superlative 4, Home- coming 2, 3, 4. VICKY JO DALY "Kindness will get you everywhere' RICHARD FETNER DAUGHTRY "Character is higher than intellect." Superlative 4, Sr. Class Pres. 4, Treas. Jr. Class 3, Cold- masquers 2, 3, Advert. Manager 3, Board Member 3, "Diary of Anne Frankv 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Board of Election Comm. 2, 3, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Math Cl. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, N.E.D.T. Award 3, S.A. Rep. 2, Science Cl. 4, Spanish Cl. 3. HAL THARRINGTON DAVIS "Must have a 6th sense, there's no sign of the other five." V. Football 3, 4, V. Track 2, 3, Athletic Comm. 3, 4, Build- ing and Grounds 2, .I.V. Football 2. l35 Sail, Sail to Vllqlliniinlla tflhe Year s A IE one JACK WALTER DAVIS '5Pleasant to be around." Spanish Cl. 2, 3g Soccer 25 Math Cl. 2, 3, Track 2, Science Cl. 3. Kubasaki High School, Okinawa. JAMES QUINN DAVIS "Far a lrashful boy he gels into a lot of mischief." Football 2g Baseball 25 Stunt Nite 2g A Cappella 4g '4Amahl" 4: "Little Mary Sunshinen 43 Mixed Chorus 4. PATRICIA ANN DAVIS "A mighty spirit fills lhislittle frame." Calendar Comm. 2g Spanish Cl. 23 Marshal 4. RONNIE JAY DAVIS "Let us enjoy life, we'll have enough trouble in the here- afterf' Bus Driver 4. DREWCILLA DAY "The place to be happy is here, the time to be happy is now." NIKOLA SCHELON DeGRECHIE "Nikki" "Sweet inno- cence and beauty meet in one." Hmrm. Off. 2, 35 Stunt Night 3, 4g GOHISCA Court 33 Publicity Comm. 43 Goldmasquers 2, 39 "Diary of Anne Frank" 3g Fash. Show 3g "Mousetrap" 2. DAVA ELLEN DREW "No matter what others may be, she is always herself." Marshal 3, 43 N.H.S. 43 Reception Comm. 43 M. Chor. 2, 33 "Pirates of Penzance" 2g "Mikado" 33 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 Dept. Ed. of GOHISCA 4g Fr. Cl. 43 Latin Cl. 2, 3g Biology Cl. 2, 3g Pep Cl. 3, 43 Science Cl. 3, 43 Sec. 4. KAY JEFFERSON DUDLEY "One who is welcomed everywhere." Biology Cl. 3, 4g Latin Cl. 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. BONNIE GAIL DUNAWAY "She has that gift of gifts that of making friends." Band 2, 3, 43 Non-commis- sioned Officer 3, 4g Third Class Musician 3g Biology Cl. 23 F.H.A. 2, 33 Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 Sr. Rep. 43 Girls' Chorus 2. TONI MARIE DUNBRACK "She wears a smile that won't come off." Fr. Cl. 4g Science Cl. 4g Treas. of Science Cl. 43 Jr.- Sr. 3g Hmrm. Off. 3. GLENDA MAYE EVANS "No sky is heavy if the heart be light." S.A. 2g Hmrm. 23 Soph. Rep. 23 Calendar Comm. 43 F.H.A. 43 Jr.-Sr. 33 S.A. Alt. 2. LINDA FAY EVANS "Small in stature, but large in heart." Soph. Rep 23 S.A. 2g Calen- dar Comm. 4g F.H.A. 43 S.A. Alt. 23 Hmrm. Off. 23 Jr.- Sr. 3. IVEY RICHARD EVERHART, J R. "I do the hardest things of my day before breakfast, getting up " Stunt Night 2s Hmrm. Off. 2, 43 Industrial Co-operative Training 4. CLYDE VIVIAN FAIL "I don't like noise unless I make it myself." Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 S.A. 23 Bio. Cl. 2g F.T.A. 3, 43 Fr. . 43 M. Chor. 43 Coldmasquers 3g "Diary of Anne Frank" 3. DONNA McNEILL EBERT "Pretty is as pretty does." Biology Cl. 2g F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres.3 Pep Cl. 33 Hi-News Staff 43 Cir. Manager Hi-News 43 Features Editor of GO- HISCA 43 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 GOHISCA Court 43 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 Rec. Comm. 43 Devotion Comm. 43 Board of Elections 3g Latin Cl. 2. WILLIAM LEE ESHLEMAN "Don't let his silence fool youg he has his share of fun." S.A. 2, 3, 4g Social Comm. 43 Stunt Nite 2, 43 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 Math Cl. 4, Pres.3 M. Chor. '3, 43 Science Cl. 43 Building and Grounds Comm. 43 Wrestling 43 Pep Cl. 43 "Mikado" 33 "Little Mary Sunshine" 4. rum pirit. s ever' are ing. DAVID DeWITT FAISON 'ilflisehievous often, dig- nified sometime, popular always." Coldmasquer 2g "Show Time" 2: "The Prize Play" 2: Fredrick Mili- tary Academy. DGNALD NELSON FARMER ".Wise to resolve and pa- tient to performf, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3 JAMES ANTHONY FARMER "Beware, I may yet do something sensational." ,I.V. Basketball 23 V. Basketball 3, 4: A Cappella 43 'LAmahl" 4, M. Chor. 4g "Little Mary Sunshine" 4g Hmrm. Off. 23 Board of Elections Comm. 43 Track Team 33 Stunt Nite 3. MARY FRANK FARMER "She'll always be our sweetheart." ,I.V. Cheerleader 2g V. Cheerleader 3, 49 Pep Cl. 3, 4g Biology Cl. 23 Marshal 45 N.H.S. 43 S.A. Rep. 43 Reception Comm. 43 Varsity Club Sweetheart 4. PATRICIA ANN FINCH "Friendly, sincere, and kind, never a nobler girl you'll find." M. Chor. 45 Cafeteria Comm. 3g French Cl. 4g F.T.A. 4. JERRY WAYNE FISHER "Full of mischief." .l.V. Basketball 3g Track Team 2g D.E. 4. EDWARD EARL FORREST, .I R. "He is good that does good for others." Hmrm. Off. 25 I.C.T. 3, 45 State Sec. of Vocational In- dustrial Cl. 3, 45 Sec. of I.T.C. 45 S.A. 45 Southern High School, Durham, N. C. ALLEN DAVIS GALLAHER "Speak briefly and to the point." V. Cl. 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Marshal 45 Treas. of V. Cl. 45 Co-captain of wres- tling 4. PATRICIA LOUISE GARDNER "Give me a thousand men, but give them to me one at a time." Hmrm. 2, 35 S.A. 2, 35 Gold- masquers 35 F.H.A. 2, 35 Stunt Nite 45 Fashion Show 3. ROSE MARIE GODWIN "There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness." Hmrm. Off. 25 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 45 S.A. 35 Pep Cl. 45 Rec. Comm. 45 F.T.A. 45 Social Comm. 35 M. Chor. 45 Homecoming Comm. 3, 4. BARTON OLIVER GOOL "A nice unparticular man." S.A. 25 Wrestling 4. ff? ,gil Nwwvanv BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GRANT III "There are two sides to every- thing, my side and my sidef .I.V. Football 25 Goldmasqu- ers 2,-3, 45 Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, 35 Stunt Nite 3, 45 "Mousetrap" 25 "Holiday Showtime" 35 6'Hasty Heart" 35 "Showtime" 25 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 45 I.C.T. Cl. 45 Unto the Least of Thesei' 35 State Drama Festival 2, 35 District Drama Festival 3. BARBARA ANN FRANCE "She would stop St. Peter to ask a question." Goldmasquers 3, 45 Prop Mgr. 3, C0-Business Mgr. 45 Hmrm. Off. 35 Stunt Night 35 York High School 2. .IULIAN THADDEUS GASKILL, JR. "For my part, l'd tell the truth, and shame the devil." "Oklahoma" 45 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. JUDY ANN FROST "It's easy, girls, if you have the eyesf, Brogden High School. CHARLES THOMAS GODWIN "Happy go lucky, gay and free, never a care to bother me." J.V. Football 25 Wrestling 25 Track 25 Hmmm. 2, 35 Math Cl. 4. CLIFTON GRICE "Good nature is stronger than tomahawksf' Goldsmasquer 43 L'Oklahoma" 4. ROBERT SCOTT GRIFFIN "Will is character in action." Coldsmasquers 2, 3g Stunt Nite 2, 33 Soph. Rep. 23 Art Cl. 33 Pres. 33 .lr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmrm. Off. 43 Science Cl. SYLVIA ANNETTE GRIFFIN "She cannot prevent her hair from looking bright." Library Club 2, 33 D.E. Cl. 4. BENJAMIN RALPH CUFF ORD HA boy who can get along with everyone' HEINZ MAXIMILLIAN GUTTENBERGER "Quiet and carefree." Cosnell High School 2, 33 I.C.T. 43 State V.I.C. Convention 4. DAVID DIXON HALES "A willing workerf, Tennis 2, 3, 43 .l.V. Basketball Mgr. 2g Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4g French Cl. 4g Fellowship of Christian Athletes3 Hmrm. Off. EDWARD LEE HALL "He is wise who speaks not much." D.E. Cl. 3, 43 Hmrm. Off. 4. LINDA JANE HARDISON "lf the world should end tomorrow, let me die talking." M. Chor. 3, 43 A Cappella 3, 4g Madrigal 4. BENNETT MORRIS HARRELL "Polite and kind, his friends are manyg Smart and wise, we call him Beane." Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 43 Corr. Sec. 4g Fellowship of Christian Ath. 43 V. Basektball Mgr. 2, 33 Wrestling 3, 43 Off. 2, 3, 43 Superlative 4. EMMA JEAN HARVELL "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." Stunt Nite 2, 43 S.A. Rep. 2, 3g M. Chorus 3, 4g Social Comm. 3g Hmrm. Officer 2, 3g "Mikado" 33 "Little Mary Sunshine" 4. m s 1 w I I li r i 'n i r w In l I l l l I 1 v 1 0 CBlIl1l1CODlI"S QERCCB ihlllly iil1QflLiillCC'BlIllgCC'BS0 Timed writings challenge Seniors. JOHN HOLMAN HAWLEY, III "Give him a pigskin and he's off to gloryf, .l.V. Football 2, .l.V. Basketball 2, V. Track 2, 3, 4, V. Football 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Officer 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletic Comlnj 2, 3, Building and Grounds Comm. 4, Stunt Nite 4, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4, Soph. Rep. 2. KENNETH ROY HAYMOND "Quiet and sweet, immaculate and neat." Soph. Rep. 2, Marshal 4. PATSY ROBIN HELMS "When done by her it will be done." Biology Cl. 2, Latin Cl. 2, Fr. Cl. 4, Pep Cl. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Convention 3, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, E.D.N.C.S.C.C. 3, S.A. Colr. Sec. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Handbook Comm. 3, 4: Chair- man 3, 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, "Amahl' 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, M. Chor. 2, 3, 4, 'LPirates of Penzance" 2, "Mikado" 3, "Little Mary Sunshine" 4, GO- HISCA 2, 3, Soph. Editor 2, Asst. Editor 3, "Cut-Ups" 4, Reception Comm. 3, Soph. Picnic Comm. 2. FRANCES LYNN HENRY "There is only one proof of ability-actionf' 9 Latin Cl. 2, Band 2, Spanish Cl. 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, F.T.A. 4, Marshal 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 4, Cafeteria Comm. 4, Stunt Nite 3. LARRY CAMON HERRINC "Love is the only fire against which there is no insurance." Goldmasquers 3, D.E. Cl. 3, Pres. 3, S.A. Rep. 3, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4. SALLY REBECCA HERRING "Happy and free, nothing bothers me." Math Cl. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Fr. Cl. 4. KENNETH HERRING '6Gay and cheerful, always is he." PATRICIA LOUISE HIGH 'aPractice makes perfect." Spanish Cl. 2g Pep Cl. 33 Social Comm. 43 "Unto the Least of These" 23 Calendar Comm. 43 Talent Show 23 Band 2, 3, 43 Majorette 2, 3, 43 Asst. Head 33 Feature Twirler 4. MARTHA LEIGH HINE "As full of pep as a popcorn popperf' Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 Board of Elections Comm. 2, 3g Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 Jr. Rep. 3g GO- HISCA Advertising Staff 3g S.A. 33 M. Chor. 3, 4, M. Chor. Off. 3, 43 "Mikado" 33 "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 So- cial Comm. 43 A Cappella 3, 43 Reception Comm. 43 Pep Cl. 3, 43 Sr. Rep. 4. HILDA GRAY HOLLAND "Her heart is as true as steel." Library Cl. 33 D.E. 43 F.H.A. 2, 3. html? FRANCES ELIZABETH HOLLER 'floys are our wingsg sorrows our horns." Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 Inter. Bask- etball 3, 43 Coldsmasquers 23 Sr. Rep. 43 "Holiday Show- ti,me" 23 4'Trail of Tears" 2g Science Cl. 33 Math Cl. 3: Debating Cl. 43 Handbook Comm. 23 Devotional Comm. 43 Bulletin Board Comm. 23 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 Hi-News Staff 4. JIMMY HOLLOMAN SHELBYE FAYE WILLIAM FREDERICK 'iThe greatest prayer is pa- HOLLOMAN HONAKER lfenff?-U "She smiles and the shadows "He himself was made for Bus Driver 3, 43 I.C.T. 43 depart." merrimentf' LEC. 2. 3: Slate V-I-C Conv- S.A. Alt. 2, Girls' Chor. 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball M. Chor. 33 A Cappella 43 2, 43 Varsity Cl. 3, 43 "Mikado" 33 '4Amahl" 43 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. F.H.A. 3g D.E. Cl. 3g Hmrm. Off. 2, 4. BEULAH MAE MICHAEL CILMER HONRINE HOOD 'cQuiet and kindheartedf' "Men of few words are the Spanish Cl. 4g Fr. Cl. 43 M. b9Sfm6f1-H Chor. 43 '4Little Mary Sun- Flag Comm. 4. shine" 4. ceinuioics participate in aimious ssemnilhllices., PATRICIA ANN HOWELL "Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think." Coldmasquer 2, 35 Make-up Comm. 25 Concession's Assist. 25 "Showtime" 25 "Trail of Tears" 25 "Hasty Heart" 25 Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, 35 "Byrd's Christmas Carol" 35 Caro- lina Drama Festival 25 "Mouse Trap" 25 "Best of the Cold- masquers" 25 S.A. Rep. 25 Hmrm. Off. 25 Pep Cl. 35 Band 3, 45 Majorette 3, 45 Lost and Found Comm. 2, 45 Soph. Rep. 25 Stunt Nite 4. ROBERT JACKSON HOWELL "We know what we are, but not what we may be." Lost and Found Comm. 45 I.E.C. 25 Stunt Nite 4. GLORIA JEANNE HOPEWELL "The most natural beauty in the world is honesty and moral truth." J.V. Cheerleader 25 Biology Cl. 2, 35 Pres. of Biology Cl. 25 Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 45 Science Cl. 3, 45 F.T.A. 3. 45 S.A. 2, 35 Hmrm. Off. 2, 35 Stunt Nite 2, 35 M. Chor. 3, 45 "Mikado" 35 Jr. Class Sec. 35 Pep Cl. 3, 45 Pres. of Pep Cl. 35 Jr. Rep.5 Stunt Nite5 Alt. V. Cheerleader 35 N.H.S. Treas. 45 Jr.-Sr. 35 Marshal 45 Reception Comm. Chair. 45 D.A.R. Rep. 45 Superlative 4. JUDY FAYE HOWARD "Reliable in all she attempts." Latin Cl. 25 Biology Cl. 35 Fr. Cl. 45 Cafeteria Comm. 4. Board Comm. 4. JAMES CALVIN HOWELL "A ,friend is never known until a man hath need." Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 45 V. Basketball Mgr. 25 V. Football Mgr. 2, 3, 45 Track Mgr. 2, 3, 45 W'restling Mgr. 45 Ath- letic Comm. 25 S.A. Rep. 45 Homecoming Comm. 2, 3, 45 Bulletin Board Comm. 4. JERRY KEITH HOWELL "Always a laugh and a smile." Hmrm. Off. 25 Hand- book Comm. 25 Fla? Comm. 45 Wrestling 45 Track 4. Theme lls No Raya coadl to earning SUSAN LEE IVEY "Life is what you make itf, Zaragoza Dependents School, Zaragoza, Spain. Cafeteria Comm. 43 Coldmasquers 33 NByrd's Christmas Carol" 3. JUANITA JAMES "I can rlream, can't 17' S.A. Rep. 23 D.E. CI. 3, 43 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 Library Cl. 2. DAVID GLENN JARRELL "Music is his business." A Cappella 2, 3, 43 M. Chor. 2, 3, 43 Student Conductor M. Chor. 33 "Amahl" 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Mikado" 3g "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 Stunt Nite 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 M. Chor. 3, 43 Biology Cl. 23 Wrestling 23 lr. Council 3. MARYLAND LADENE JERNIGAN HA kind heart is worth all the world." Marshal 43 N.H.S. 4g Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 43 Pep Cl. 3, 43 Science Cl. 43 F.T.A. 43 Soph. V. Pres. 23 S.A. 23 ,l.V. Cheerleaderg V. Cheerleader 33 Biology CI. 2, 3, 43 Stunt Nite 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 M. Chor. 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. 33 "Mikado" 33 Bd. of Elec- tions 3g Reception Comm.'3, 43 "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 Homecoming Comm. Chair. 43 Homecoming Comm. 23 Home- coming Sponsor 4. MARY ANNA JINNETTE HA heart with room jor every joy." Library Cl. 3g ,lr.-Sr. 3. JOHNSON of faith." D.E. District Pres. 43 Sr. 3. HENRY CRAWFORD "A man of courage is also f I J.V. Football 23 Hmrm: Off 2, 3, 43 Local D.E. Pres 4 JAMES GERALD JOHNSON 5'Teachers, books, ana' classes are my only objections to schoolf' J.V. Baseball 2, Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, V. Baseball 3, 4, V. Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Hmrm Off. 2, 3, F.C.A. 3. ELIZABETH ANN JONES "Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace." D.E. 45 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. KENNETH RUSSELL JORDAN 'iLife is not such a bad game after all." Goldmasquers 2, 3, Stunt Nite 2, a'Show Time" 2, '6Holiday Showtime' 2, 'iTowards Zero" 2, "G0d's Testube" 2, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, 3, '4Dia.ry of Anne Frank" 3, "Mouse- trap" 3, uUnto the Least of These" 3, '6Hasty Heartu 3. RICHARD ALBERT KANNAN "Come what may, I shall do my best." V Football 2 JV Basketball 2 V Football 3 4 Varsity J. - Q . . I - 9 g Cl. 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 3, Hmrm. Off. 3. LINDA McCANDLESS KENNEDY c'L0ve must be grand." A. C. Reynolds High School, Asheville, N.C., Pep Cl. 2, De- votional Comm. 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3, 4-H 3, Business Cl. 2, 3, S.A. Rep. 2, Hmrm. Off. 2, F.H.A. 2. ROGER THOMAS KILPATRICK "A little work, a little play makes Roger the boy he is todayf, Soph. Rep. 2, S.A. Rep. 3, 4, Vice Pres. of Jr. Class 3, Board of Elections 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, 'iAmahl and the Night Visitors" 3, 4, "Mikado', 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Homecoming Comm. 2, 3, 4, Reception Comm. 2, 3, Track 2, Goldmasquers 3, Debating Club 4. MARY ELIZABETH HINSON KING "So quiet, so gentle and refined." 4, Girl's Chor. 3, l'Mikado', 3. JULIE ELIZABETH KRAMER "A giggle of a girlf, R. J. Reynolds High School 2, N.H.S., Spanish Cl. 3, S.A. Rep. 4, Hmrm. Off. 3, A Cappella 3, 4, "Amahli' 3, 4, Board of Elections Comm. 3, 4, Jr. Rep. 3, Pep Cl. 3, 4, M. Chor. 4, Stunt Nite 3, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Science Cl. 3. NORMA ELIZABETH LaFEVERS "She knows how to do things and does things," "Best of Goldmasquersn 2, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4, Bulletin Board Comm. 2, Fr. Cl. 2, 3, Scenery Crew 2. JESSE JAMES LANE "Hold the fort, l'm comingf' D.E. Cl. 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, S.A. Rep. 2, 3. Vlllllnce ore, lzlhe emrier. PATRICIA ANN LANE "A smile for everyone." JERRY DALE LAW Senlors help patronlze INCWS Shop KA Iwe wwe never gets stepped on." Soph. Rep. 23 French Cl. 3, 4, V. Baseball 3, 45 Athletic Comm. 3, 4. JANE ANN LAYTON "Full of pep, full of funf' French Cl. 43 A Cappella 43 M. Chor. 3, 45 '4Mikado', 3g a'Little Mary Sunshine" 4, Hm. Rm. Officer 33 Stunt Nite 3, Jr.-Sr. 33 Social Comm. 4g Greenwood High School, Sanford, N.C.g Glee Cl. 1, 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, Beta Cl. 2, 3, F.H.A. 23 Pine Needles Staff 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH LEE "Pm always ready to learn, but sometimes I d0n't like what l'm being taughtf, CONNIE LYNN LIPPERT "Who would know her without her pleasing smile?" Hmrm. Off. 2, 3g Stunt Nite 3, 4g Coldmasquer 35 Jr.-Sr. 33 M. Chor. 3g "Mikado" 3. GEORGE EDWARD LIPSCOMB "He has music in his toesf' S.A. Rep. 2, 33 D.E. Reporter 3, Goldmasquers 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. GARY LEE IVIACKEY "Fm not lazy-I just haven't found a suitable occupation." "Holiday Showtime" 25 State Drama Fest, 25 '4Unto the Least of These" 35 Stage Crew 25 Art Crew 25 "Hasty Heart" 35 "Mousetrap" Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4. LINDA DIANE MAGNASCO "Victory goes to the deserving." MARIETTA MALPASS "Full of pep and fun.', Calendar Comm. 25 Sailorettes 35 Lakeland Sr. High, Lake- land, Fla. MICHAEL ALLEN MARTIN "The mind is the lever to all understanding." Tennis 3, 4. CONN IE EVE MAYO "A friend through thick and thin." Coldmasquers 35 D.E. Cl. 3, 4. RONNIE MAYO "I will be getting old when I walk around a mud puddle in- stead of through it." IVIARQUERITE PAMELA. LUBINSKY "A photograph is a portrait painted by the sunf, Gohisca Court 25 Goldmasquers 2, 35 GOI-IISCA Staff 2, 35 Varsity Cheerleader 35 S.A. Council 25 Class Council Rep. 25 Hmrm Off. 2, 3, 45 "Little Mary Sunshine" 45 Art Cl. Vice Pres. 35 Pep Cl. 35 Jr. Division Biology Cl. 25 Sr. Divi- sion Biology Cl. 35 Social Comm. 2, 35 "Anne Frank" 35 '6Mousetrap', 25 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 45 Decoration Comm. 25 "Hasty Heart" 25 M. Chor. 45 Bulletin Board Committee 2, 3, 4. IANA LYNN LUCAS 'LI love to wind my tongue up, and I love to let it go." Class Officer 25 Biology Club 2, 35 French Cl. 45 Pep Cl. 3, 45 Citizenship Comm. 35 "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 3, 45 S.A. Rep. 4: International Relations Comm. 35 Jr.-Sr. Dee. Comm. 35 "Little Mary Sunshineu 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 4-5 Cut-ups 45 G-Pin Comm. 45 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 45 Hi- News 3. WILLARD B. LUNT i6N6Zf'FI' take life seriously." Indus. Co-operative Training 45 Indus. Educ. Center 3. SANDRA LEE LYTER "They say I flirt-well just a little." M. Chor. 2, 35 A Cappella 35 "Pirates of Penzance" 2. up-wr' mef.-mm-K--.W-.- -:aww vimamm Q E Q 'i fl ti E34 li fl I? E le ii li si E sl H ii E g, I I E I ,s l I l! 5. li li if 15 il t ll lil .1 ME if s .s tl El PAUL LEE MEYER "One should enjoy life while he,s got it to live." Visual Education 2, 33 Build- ing and Grounds 43 Stunt Nite 3, 43 Hmrm. Off. 23 Math Cl. 43 Science Cl. 43 S.A. Rep. 2. JAMES ROBERT MUMFORD 4'The great hope of society is individual character." J.V. Football 23 Track 23 Bi- ology Cl. 2, 3g Building and Grounds Comm. 23 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 Math Cl. 43 Science Cl. 43 Chr. of Building and Grounds Comm. 4g French Cl. 43 Beautification Comm. 43 Pep Cl. 3. 43 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3. LINDA JOYCE MERCER 'CA song will outlive all ser- mons in the memory." S.A. Rep. 23 Soph. Rep. 2g N.E.D.T. Certificate of Merit 23 Music Festival, Greens- boro, N.C., 23 International Relations Comm. 23 Hand- book Comm. 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 4g IIAHIHIIIII I, 2, 3, 43 M. Chor. 2, 3, 43 L'Pirates of Penzance" 23 Stunt Nite 2, 33 uMikado" 33 Community Service Chr. 2, 3, 43 N.H.S. Pub. Comm. 43 Music Editor of GOHISCA 43 Madrigal Group 43 Cut- ups 43 Superlative 4. MAX LEE MITCHELL 'elf you are too busy to play, then you are too busyf, French Cl. 4. DOUGLAS EDWARD MEWBORN 'The piano is the musical charm of our social lifef, J.V. Football 2g Track 23 S.A. Rep. 2, 33 Latin Cl. 2, 3g Fr. Cl. 43 Math Cl. 4g Science Cl. 3, 43 Pep Cl. 3, 43 Hmrm. Off. 23 A Cappel- la 43 "Mikado" 33 M. Chorus 3, 43 uLittle Mary Sunshine" 43 Sr. Class Officer 43 Vice Pres. 43 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 Bd. of Elections 23 Building and Grounds 3, 43 Madrigal Group 43 "Amahl" 4. SIDNEY RANDOLPH MONK "High school days have their delights, but they can't com- pare with high school nightsf, A Cappella 3, 43 '4Amahl" 3, 43 Madrigal 43 Tennis 2, 3g Hm. Rm. Officer 2, 33 Jr. Class Pres. 33 Pep Cl. 43 Science Cl. 3g Ring Chair- man 3, 43 Magazine Drive Comm. 33 Stunt Nite 2, 3,-4. SHELIA PRUE MOZINGO "Kindness will get you every- wheref' A Cappella 23 L'Pirates of Penzanceu 23 M. Chor. 2, 3, 4g "Mikadol' 33 '4Little Mary S u n s h i n e" 4: Devotional Comm. 2. DURWOOD JOHNSON MURRAY "His heart is as far from fraud as Heaven from earthf, J.V. Baseball 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 23 V. Baseball 3g Intramural Basketball 33 Spanish Cl. 33 V. Baseball 43 Fellowship of ghristian Athletes 4g Varsity l. 4. ELLEN ROCHELLE MYERS RODNEY MEYERS 4'Look towards the future, live HThere is success in every f0f me PfeS9Tlf-U honest endeavor." M. Chor. 23 "Pirates of Pen- zance" 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 Library Cl. 3g F.T.A. 33 Hi- News Staff 43 Asst. Business Manager 4. tl: lls ore Bllcesscetll to ive Vllllhiain receive JOHN EDWARD McAULIFFE "Give me a room where every nook is dedicated to a hook." Stunt Nite 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Wrestling 3, 4. DENNIS KEITH MCCLENNY "1 can resist anything but temptation." J.V. Football 2, ,l.V. Basketball 2, V. Track 2, 3, 4, V. Foot- ball 3, 4, V. Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, 4, Soph. Rep., Athletic Com. Chrm. 4, M. Chor. 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, Fellowship of Christian Ath. 3, 4, "Little Mary Sunshine", Jr.-Sr. Decor. 3. Homeroom of senior girls adopts a Christmas family. CONSTANCE LORAINE MCCORMICK "Little, but OH! MY!" S.A. 2, 3, Soph. Council 2, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquers , 3, 4, '4Holiday Showtime," "Mouse Trap," "Trail of Tears," "Hasty Heart," "Unto the Least of These," "Oklahoma," Hmrm. Off. 2, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, Fashion Show 3. ALLEN GROVER McGUIRE, JR. "He speaks, acts, and behaves just as he oughtf' Swimming Team 2, S.A. Rep. 2, Hmrm. Pres. 2, 3, 4, Class Treas. 2, 4, .l.V. Football 2, V. Football 4, Soph. Council Rep. 2, Stunt Nite 3, 4. FAYE O. MCGUIRT "The best of the noblest minds are those set towards high idealsf, Latin Cl. 2, 3, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, Pep Cl. 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Science Cl. 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4, Marshal 4, Stunt Nite 3, S.A. Committee 2. I49 l50 lltt ls Better o Learn Late Vllllhaini Students in senior homerooms find that they have an extra study hall when the teacher is absent. COVCBIIDO CHARLES FITZGERALD MCKIEVER "Toclay,s dreams are tomor- roufs futzzrefi Latin C1.A2, Sgt. at Armsg Student Council 23 V. Foot. ball 2, 4: V. Baseball 33 Fr. Cl. 4: Science Cl. 43 Drama Cl. 2, .Ir. Classical League 23 Hmrm. Off. 2: Ir.-Sr. Wait- er 2g Ir.-Sr. Dec. Comm.3 Jacksonville High School Jacksonville. N.C. i l FRANKLIN WARD MCLAWHORN "lt nezfer pays to worryf' Science Cl. 43 Math Cl. 45 Wrestling 4. .IULIAN EUGENE McLILLAN "lim not lazy-I just lzaverft found a suilable occupationf, ,l.V. Football 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, I.C.T. Cl. Vice Pres. 4g Track 23 Radio 25 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. SAMUEL RICHARD NARRON '4Rooster" HA wit, a gentleman, and an athlete all combined in onef, .lr. Class Vice Pres. 3, Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 F.T.A. 2, 3g Business Mgr. School Pape-rg Yearbook Sports Ed.g Sci- ence Cl.g Monogram Cl.g Rep. Jr. Class Covernor's Physical Fitness Programg Beta Clubg F.F.A. Mechanic Awardg Capt. Basketball Team 2, 35 Marshal, All-State Baseball Teamg Chair. Dec. Comm. Jr.-Sr., Corinth-Holders High School. Golds- boro-Baseball 4. JOHN ROBERT NELSON JR. "Happy, contented, he jogs along." Goldmasquers 2g D.E. Cl. 4. JULIA ANNE NEWCOMB "A womanls work is never done." F.H.A. 2, 3g D.E. Cl. 4g Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 39 Homecoming 2, 3. ANTOINETTE SMITH 2, 3, 4, Calendar Comm. 3. JESSE WORTH OVERBEE "Wise except when otherwise." Industrial Co-operative Train- ing 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 4. MARY J ANICE PARKER trap" 2. PEGGY BARTRAM PASCOE "Always offering a helping hand." Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, Pep Cl. 4, Library Cl. 2, 3, Science Cl. 4, Hmrm Off. 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2, Cafeteria Comm. 4, G-Pin Comm. 3, Calendar Comm. 4, Stunt Nite 3, Jr.- Sr. Comm. 3, Goldmasquers 3, 'iHasty Heart" 3, "Show- timev 3, Lost and Found Comm. 4, F.H.A. 4, Fr. Cl. 4. CAROL ANN PATRICK "Live as though life was earnest, and life will be so." N.H.S. 3, 4, Sec. 4, Marshal 4, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Sec. 4, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3, Entertainment 2, Stunt Nite 3, Science Cl. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 4, Calendar Comm., Superlative 4. BEVERLY DAVIS PEACOCK "Keep looking towards the sunshine, and the shadows will fall behind you? Fr. Cl. 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Bi- ology Cl. Jr. Division 2, Sr. Division 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Jr.-Sr.' Dec. Comm. 3, Science Cl. 3, 4, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, S.A. Rep. 3, 4, Jr. Council Rep. 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, GOHISCA Adver. Staff 4, GOHISCA Staff 4, Sr. Class Co- Editor 4, A Cappella 3, 4, "Amah1" 3, 4, Bulletin Bd. Comm. 2, M. Chor. 4, "Little Mary Sunshine" 4, Reception Comm. 4. NICKINS 'CA smile is the whisper of a laughf' Girls Chorus 2, Hmrm. Off. "She is a man hater, but the Bible says love your enemies." Radio 2, 'LUnto the Least of These" 2, Goldmasqers 2, Hmrm. 'Off. 2, Art Cl. 3, S.A. Alt. 3, Jr.-Sr. 3, Fr. Cl. 4, Stunt Nite 4, "The Mouse- SYLVIA JEAN NOBLE "It nezer pays to worry." Goldmasquers 2, wfrail of Tears" 2, D.E. Cl. 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3, Homecoming 2, 3, Stunt Nite 2. WW' BETTY NADINE PARRISH '6There's mischief in lzer eyesf, Girls, Chorus 2, D.E. Cl. 3, Library Cl. 4. ROGER LEONARD OLSZANOWSKI "ily car or a Cadillac? Why. lid rather talre my . . . ah. sv well, on second thought. Social Comm. 2, Chair. Visu- al Aids Comm. 3, Spanish Cl. 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, i'Amahl" 3, 4, V. Football 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 4. 1955 PATRICIA KNOTT PARROTT 'cShe lilies to talk, she lilfes to lease, but best of all she aims to pleasef' Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Social Comm. 3: Board of Elections 3, Recep- tion Comm. 4, Calendar Comm. 4, SA. Rep. 3, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Fr. Cl. 43 M. Chor. 3, 4, "Mikado" 3: 4'Little Mary Sunshine" 4: Sopll. Council Rep. 2, Jr. Council Rep. 3. ALICE KAYE PELT UCule, quiet, with rr loizclz of witf, M. Chor. 2, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 4, Biol. Club 2, Jr.-Sr. 3, F.'I'.A. 4, Senior Class Rep., 4'Pirates of Penzancel' 2. MICHAEL FRANKLIN PERKINS "True to work ana' ffl6I'lllS.,, Norview High School, Norfolk, Va. JAMES CEBRON PHIFER HA quiet, tliouglztful person is he." Science Club 4. JAMES WILLIAM PIERCE "Take thine ease, eat, rlrirzlf, and be merryf, Hmrm. Off. 2, 4, Hmrm. Rep. 2, Industrial Cooperative Training Cl. 4, State V.I.C. Convention 4. DONALD JAMES POWELL 'iCirls are lilre streetcars-llzereill be another along in a few rnirzzttesfi Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, D.E. Cl. 4. EDWARD LEE RADFORD 'cHe's lilfe on electric' clock, lie never runs flown." V. WfC'SllII1g 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 2: F.C.A. 4, Athletic Comm. 2, 3, 4. KATIIRYN ANN RAINES "You can only make others better by being good yourself." Band 2, 3, Third Class Musician 3, All-State Band 2, 3, M. Chor. 4, Calendar Comm. 2, Jr.-Sr. Comm. 2, F.T.A. 4, Hmrm. Off. 3, Hlaittle Mary Sunshine" 4. SHARON LEE RAY HLife'5 mee well won, lifeis work well done." Fr. Cl. 2, 4, Span. Cl. 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 'LAmahl" 3, M. Chor. 2, 3: "Pirates of Penzance" 2, L'The Mikado" 3, Biology Cl. 2: Stunt Nite 2, .Ir.-Sr. Dec. Comm. 3. DELLA ANN REAVES '4Sl1e's neat and sweet and full of funf, Biol. Cl. 2, 3, 4, Bulletin Bd. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Class Coun. Rep. 2, 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Nite 2, S.A. Coun. 2, Span. Cl. 4: Art Cl. 3. Tfhere s linolto KENNETH REEN "I strove for none, for none was worth my slrifef, JEAN REESE ul put all my troubles in at pochet with a hole in itf' S.A. Rep. 23 Spanish Cl. 2, 33 Treas. 33 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 N.H.S. 4: Marshal 43 Hmrni Off. 2, 33 Biology Cl. '2, 3g Sci- ence Cl. 3g Pep Cl. 3, 4g Bd. of Elections 43 Bulletin Bd. Comm. 23 Jr.-Sr. Comm. Chair. 33 Superlative 4. 2 5 t E. GERALD FRANKLIN REGISTER 'glt is tranquil people who accomplish much." ts E Goldmasquers 33 Hmrm. Off. 43 Industrial Training Cl. 3, 4: Stunt Nite 3: State Vic. Delegate 3. PAMELA ANN REID "A little girl so full of pep, with the world she keeps in step." Rand 2, 3, 43 Off. 3, 43 All- State Band 3g Biology Cl. 23 C-Pin Comm. 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 Stunt Nite 33 Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Marshal 43 F.T.A. 4g Social Comm. 43 Council Alt. 4. o earningo HENRY WILSON RENFREW III "Butch,' "He burns the midnight oil, but not always for study." Drum Major 2, 3g Student Council 2, 3g DEMOLAY 2, 3g Annual Staff 2, 33 Photographer 3a Fr. Cl. 23 Band Social Chair. 2g Art Cl. 43 Track Manager 23 Duke Ensemble Con- test 33 E.C. Concert Band 2g Jr.-Sr. Comm. 33 Float Comm. 3, 4g Carolina Band Day 2, 3g Jacksonville High School, Jack- sonville, N.C. DAVID THOMAS RICKARDS "Cheer up-the worst is yet to come." it E E E E E l Seniors attend Governors School. E l Q ll l 6 5 l l W l I 9 I 1 T. lt fl -3 .1 't E lt tx it l I l 1 m LAURA MARGARET ROACH "A clever girl full of song, as merry as the day is long." Madrigal Group 43 M. Chor. 2, 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 '4Mikado" 33 "Little Mary Sunshineu 43 A Cappella 2, 3, 43 '4Amahl" 2, 3, 43 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 Biology Cl. 2, 33 Spanish Cl. 33 N.H.S.Q Social Comm. 43 "Oklahoma!" 43 jr.-Sr. Comm. 3g 5'Cut-ups" 4. MARK KNIGHT ROBERTSON "A friend through thick and thin." BETTY ANN ROGERS "Happiness is the lfey to a successful lifef, Jr.-Sr. 3g Hmrm Off. 2, 3, 43 Stunt Nite 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 33 Devotional Comm. 43 M. Chor. 43 "Lit- tle Mary Sunshine" 43 Office Asst. 4. BRENDA FAYE ROSE "Good humor is the health of the soulf, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 43 '4Hasty Heart" 23 g'Mousetrap', 23 "Holiday Showtimev 2: 'lUnto the Least offllhesel, 23 "Byrd's Christmas Caroll' 33 'Ulnhe Di- ary of Anne Frank" 3g 4iOlil3l1lilHl8i, 43 Recording Sec., Goldmasquers 43 Hm. Rm. Off. 2, 33 Soph. Rep. 2g M. Chor. 43 Stunt Nite 23 Girl's Athletic Comm. 23 L'Miss Teenager l963." MARY ETTA ROSE "She,s ever cheerful, true and lfindf, Hmrm. Off. 2. 3, 43 Sr. Rep. 43 Stunt Nite 3, 43 Goldmas- quers 2. DOROTHY LOUISE RUSSELL SUSAN ELAINE RUEHRWEIN "Enough sense and nonsense to make a charming person." Goldmasquers 33 Fashion Show 33 M. Chor. 3, 43 F.H.A. 33 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4. CARL MICHAEL SASSER '4Difficulties have a way of "Sportsmanship and courage disappearing when you laugh at themf, M. Chor. 33 4'Mikado'l 33 Walnut Ridge High School, Columbus, Ohio3 G.A.A. 23 Dramatics 2. lead a great role in life." Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 43 V. Pres. 43 N.H.S. Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes 3, 4g V. Base- ball 2, 3, 43 Batting Cham- pion 33 V. Football 2, 3, 43 Co-capt. 43 All-State 43 All- District 43 All-East 4g All- Conference 3, 43 Shrine Bowl 43 East-West All-State Game 43 Paramount Sportsmanship Award 43 Delegate to Gov- ernor's Youth Fitness Confer- ence 33 Superlative 4. MERLE DIANE ROGERS "Her smile, her voice, her comely ways 3 her bubbling personality betrays." Marshalg Biology Cl. 2, 3g French Cl. 2, 3, 43 Science Cl. 3, 43 Pres. 43 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 43 M. Chor. 23 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 N.H.S.3 Pep Cl. 43 Cafeteria Comm. 43 Hi- News Staff 43 Photographer 4g Stunt Nite 3.' eniiors thrive or lhysical Fitness. RUSSELL LANE SEARS "The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed." .l.V. Baseball 2, V. Baseball 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, Vice Pres. F.C.A. 3, 4, Hmrm Off. 2, 3, 4. MARY SUSAN SELF "Keep your mind on the great things you would like to do, and you will find yourself doing themf, Latin Cl. 2, 3, Sec. 2, Biology Cl. 2, 3, Marshal 4, Stunt 4, "Pirates of Penzancef, Wllhe Mikado," "Little Mary Sun- , shine,", S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Senior Council 4, Publicity Comm. 2, 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Quill and Scroll, Vice-pres. 4, Cut-ups 4' 7 GOHISCA Staff 3, 4, GOHISCA Editor-in-Chief 4. LYNDA FERN SELLERS "Speech is silver, silence is goldenf, F.H.A. 2, 3, Pep Cl. 2, 3, Decoration Comm. 2, 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, Home- coming, Art Cl. 2, 3. MARJORIE ANNE SELSOR "She started to laugh as she tackled the thing that couldn't be done, and she did z't.', J.V. Cheerleader 2, Bulletin Bd. Comm. 2, 3, Chair. 4, Community Service Comm. 2, Social Comm. 3, COHISCA Staff 4, Coldmasquer Ed. 4, Gold- masquer 2, 3, 4, Goldmasquer Pt. Sec. 4, Goldmasquer Bd. 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, 6'Trail of , Tearsf' 'iOklahoma," Costume Comm. Chrm., Stunt Nite 3, Fashion Show 3, Car. Drama Festival 2, Jr.-Sr. Chrm. 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, HI- NEWS Staff, Asst. Sports Ed. 4. Awaiting snow at Pill Hill. THOMAS ROBERT SHORT "He wouldnft walk around the corner to see the world blowupf' Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, .l.V. Football 2, V. Football 3, V. Baseball 3, Athletic Comm. 3, .l.V. Baseball 2, Spanish Cl. 2. LUCIEN BENNETT SHULER "The real measure of man's character is what held do if he knew he'd never be found out.'i Marshal 4, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, V. Football 3, 4, Track 3, Sci- ence Cl. 4. .Nite 2, 3, 4, "Amahl" 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Madrigals it 1 E, i t i i 5 iii l it 4 1 S 2 l L P s E E .I 1 if ,. Ll' ,, 5 l l k E gi tr s l 11 it ll -. I is lm I55 1 1 PEGGY ANN SMITH "Short and cute, helpful and gayg an all around girl, Peggyis that way.U French Cl. 23 Hmrm Off. 23 Biology Cl. Jr. and Sr. Divi- sions 2, 33 Science Cl. 3, 43 Spanish Cl. 33 M. Chor. 3, 43 "Mikado" 33 L'Little Mary Sunshine" 43 Goldmasquers 33 '4Byrd's Christmas Carol" 33 4'The Diary of Anne Frank" 33 Bulletin Board Comm. 2, 33 Journalism 43 Asst. Circulation Manager 43 Hi-News Staff 43 Advertising Staff 43 Publicity Comm. 33 Reception Comm. 43 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 S.A. Rep. 23 Soph. Rep. 23 COHISCA Staff 33 F.T.A. 43 .Ir.-Sr. 33 Soph. Picnic Comm. 23 Intramural Basketball 4. SHARON ELAINE STANCIK HB0 lrind to dumb animals, especially men.', ,l.V. Cheerleader 23 Rep. 33 Sr. Rep. 43 Biology Cl. 23 Stunt Nite 2, 43 M. Chor. 3, 43 L'Mikado" 33 "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 Coldmasquers 23 Hmrm Off. 2, 3. HANS STAPS "Better a foolish wit that a witty fool." VICKI LYNN STECK "The greater the difficulty, the more glory in conquering it." Hmrm. Off. 23 Jr.-Sr. 33 Stunt Nite 3, 43 T.B.F.C. 3, 43 Sec.- Treas. 3, 4. I56 GAIL ELEANOR s1MMoNs '6Her looking ahead keeps her from falling behind? Goldmasquers 23 S.A. Rep. 23 .Ir.-Sr. 33 Stunt Nite 4. MICHAEL BROOK SINGLETON 'Tm not a surgeon, but I do a lot of cutting upf' Johnson High School 2, 33 Drama Cl. 4. ,STEVE SLUSSER 'Tm not sleeping, l'm just resting my eyesf' Science Cl. 4. CHARLES MICHAEL SMITH '4Lilre u powder puff-I'm made for women." Hm. Rm. Off. 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 43 "Mikado" 33 '4Little Mary Sunshine" 43 M. Chor. 3, 43 Stunt Nite 3, 4. MARTHA KAY SMITH "She is good that does good for others." Flag Comm. 2, 33 A Cappella 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 '5Mikado" 33 'LLittle Mary Sunshine" 43 M. Chor. 2, 3, 43 Stunt Nite 4. MARY ANN SMITH "She has perfect manners and a friendly smile." S.A. Rep. 2, 3, 43 Soph. Rep. 23 Ir. Rep. 33 Goldmasquers 3, 43 "The Diary of Anne Frank" 33 '4Byrd's Christmas Carol" 33 Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 Stunt Nite 4. CC5lUlllCCDlIl'S CE CCCOJIIMICB V6lI"yCCDlIl1CBO NORMAN WILBERT STEVENSON 'LThe only way to get the best of an argument is to avoid itf' Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, Hi-News Photographer 2, 3, Cafeteria Comm. 2. J AMES ALTON STEWART 'GA noble man is led by a woman." Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. MARGARET EUGENIA STEWART 4'She has a way that's different, she's absolutely dear, ltls al- ways good to see her, and you always want her nearf' N.H.S. 3, 4, Jr. V. Cheerleader 2, Asst. Head, V. Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 4, Cheering Comm. Clirm. 4, Sec. Senior Class, GOI-IISCA Court 3, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, Recep. Comm. 2, 3, Social Comm. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, M. Chor. 3, 4, "Mikado," Stunt Nite 2, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 3, Superlative 4. LONELL DEWER STILL, JR. 'lL.D.,' 'Alf you want to be happy, rlon't neglect this one."' Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, 3, 4, L'Show- time," "Holiday Showtime," "Unto the Least of These," "Hasty Heart," "Mousetrap," "Towards Zero," "God's Test Tube," Dist., State Drama Festival 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Bus Driver 3, 4, Industrial Cooperative Training: Hmrm. Off. 4, S.A. Rep. 2, Stage Mgr. 2, 3. Santaf ?J visits GHS. l LINDA VELMA STRICKLAND "Pep in her fingers, pep in her toes, a jolly good sport wherever she goes." Bd. of Elect. 2, 4, Biology Cl. 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, Cold- masq. Bd. 3, 4, Point Sec. 3, Dept. Co-ordinator 4, 4'Trail of Tears," "Oklahoma," Goldmasquer Queen 4, Floor Show 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3. WILLIAM HORTON STROUD "When Gabriel blows his horn, we'll play a duet." Band 2, 3, 4, Band Capt. 4, Radio 2, 3, Theater Arts 2, Goldmasquers 2, 3, '6Holiday Showtimef' "Hasty Heart," 2, "Trail of Tears," 2, "Mouse Trap" 2, 4'Show Time." M. Chor. 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, Miss Goldsboro Pageant 2, "Byrd's Christ- mas Carol" 3, "Diary of Anne Frank," Scenery Artist, Home- coming 3, 4. .l ll Q. 't 5 I l in ll Q31 ,v E., 'A v ' l I t l. li ,Qi 1. 5 ffl ,- THELIVIA JEAN STRICKLAND "No legacy is so rich as honesty." Spanish Cl. 4g Stunt Nite CHESTER WAYNE SULLIVAN "Athletic, good-looking and sweet3 a boy like Wayne is a pleasure to meet." M. Chor. 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 3g ,I.V. Football 2g V. Football 3, 45 Wfemling 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 43 Superlative 4. LAWRENCE WAYNE SULLIVAN "Give me a nzan who does his best to win the game and I will have a winner." Grantham High School 2, 33 Pres. of Soph. Class 2g F.F.A. I, 2, 3g Basketball 2, 33 Baseball I, 2, 3g Monogram Club 2, 33 V. Baseball 4. CHARLES EDWARD SUPRENANT "Let there be drums." Stunt Nite 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Second Lt. 43 Quartermaster 4. DONNA LOUISE SUTTON "People who live right, never get leftf' Biology Cl. 2, 3, 43 Science Cl. 3, 43 Spanish Cl. 3, 43 Sec. 43 Calendar Comm. 33 Stunt Nite 23 Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 Lost and Found Comm. 4. PATRICIA ANN SUTTON "Kindness keeps friendships in repair." Hmrm. Off. 2, 33 F.H.A. 2, 3g Fashion Show 3. 1 CAROL ANN SWETT c'There is success in every honest endeavor." Hmrm Off. 23 Stunt Nite 2, 43 Fashion Show 3g GOHISCA Assembly 33 "The Diary of Anne Frank" 33 Goldmasquers 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. 3. DIANNE FAYE TAYLOR "She never hesitates to smile and give a pleasing wordf, Frankfort American High School, Germany 2, 33 N.T.S. 3g Art Cl. 2, 33 Prom Comm. 33 Jr. Class Play 33 Jr. Red Cross 2, 33 Pep Comm. 33 Drill Comm. 33 G.A.A. 33 Cafeteria Comm. 33 Coldmasquers 4g Bulletin Bd. Comm. 43 '4Okla- homa!" 4. VIRGIL ANDREW TAYLOR "1 might as well take my time3 there's a whole life ahead of mef' Goldmasquers 2, 3g "Trail of Tears" 2g Lighting Crew 33 I.C.'I'. 3, 43 Stage Crew 23 "The Hasty Heart" 2g "Mouse- trap" 2g S.A. 4. einiioirs in LOCKER CHECK! can: p cells O . . JOHN BRIENT THOMPSON "lt isn't your position but your disposition that makes you happy." Band 2, 3, Science Cl. 4. DONNA JEAN THOMPSON "Full of fun and mischief too, like doing things she shouldn't do." J.V. Cheerleader 2, Social Comm. 2, 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, Manager of Hi-News Shop 4, Hi-News Staff 4, Bd. of Elections Comm. 3, French Cl. 2, Spanish Cl. 3, Stunt Nite 2, Reception Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. 3. LINDA LOUISE THOMPSON 'They have everything for short girls except short boysf, Biology Cl. 2, Board of Elections Comm. 2, Hmrm Off. 3, G-Pin Comm. 4, Pep Cl. 3. WILLIAM HUGH TOLBERT "Rugged individualism." D.E. Cl. 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, S.A. Rep. 2, 3. ARLOW JONES TRIPLETT "His friends-they are many, his foes-are there any?" M. Chor. 4, Hmrm Off. 3, Varsity Cl. 4, Athletic Comm 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Superlative 4. CAROLYN ANN TURNER r A A "She is always ready with a hearty laugh and a helping handf S.A. Rep. 4. ,I.V. Football 2, Track 2, V. Football 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, . ., ., And ttllite agaziinie trive. MARY BALFOUR TURNER "The Presidential seat needs people like Washington, Lincoln --anrl Illfli, Bd. of Elections Comm. 2, 3, 43 Calendar Comm. 23 Inter- national Relations Comm. 33 Hmrm Off. 2, 33 A Cappella 2, 3, 4: "Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Mikado" 33 M. Chor. 2, 3, 43 "Little Mary Sunshine" 43 "Amahl" 43 French Cl. 4g Hi- News Staff 43 Asst. Editor 43 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 4'Cut-ups" 43 S.A. Rep. 23 Pep Cl. 4. DIANE TYNDALL 'il put my troubles in U box, close the lid, and sit on top." Hmrm. Off. 23 S.A. Rep. 23 Stunt Nite 23 Biology Cl. 23 Social Comm. 23 Intramural Basketball 23 Cafeteria Comm. 43 Superlative Stunt Nite 3, 4. JOYCE CAROLE TYSON "She lores to laugh, she loves to wallr, but oh my soul, she loves to tnllr.", Spanish Cl. 3, 4: Sec. 33 Biology Cl. 2, 3, 43 Science Cl. 3, 43 NI. Chor. 2, 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 HMikado" 3g A Cappella 2, 3, 43 "Amahl" 2, 33 Co-Music Editor of GOHIS- CA 33 Devotional Comm. Chr. 43 Hmrm Off. 2, 33 'iLittle Mary Sunshine" 43 Devotional Comm. 2, 3, 43 Stunt Nite 2, 4, Madrigal Group 43 COHISCA Staff 33 Homecoming 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA DIANNE UNDERWOOD uShe little, lint she's wise, there's frienflship in her eyes." Biology Cl. 2, 33 Science Cl. 33 Hi-News Staff 3, 43 Ad. Manager 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Pres. 43 Pep Club 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Treas. 43 Calendar Comm. 23 Reception Comm. 43 Stunt Nite 3, 43 Manager of Hi-News Shop 43 Jr.-Sr. 33 Soplt. Picnic Comm. 2. wmv HHIEZSY FRANCIS SCOTT VANHOY "I can guarantee you I have livedf, Industrial Co-operative Train- ing 3, 43 Sr. Rep. 43 State V.I.C. Convention 4. Hip-Hip-Hoo-Ray! DWANDA LEON VANN '61 don't know if1'm going or coming, but lim movingf' Pep Club 3, 43 Science Cl. 33 Jr.-Sr. 33 Publicity Comm. 33 Hmrm. Off. 4, 2, 33 S.A. Alternate 4g Reception Comm. 43 Asst. Circulation Manager for Hi-News 43 Stunt Nite 2, 3, 43 Hi-News Staff 43 COHISCA Staff 43 Sr. Class Co-Editor of COHISCA 43 Intra. Basketball 3, 43 Superlative 43 Jr. Bi- ology Cl. 2, Sr. Biology Cl. 33 GOHISCA Adver. Staff. VICKI VICCELLIO "Fm not asking you, I'm telling you." N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, North Syracuse Central High School, N. Syracuse, N. Y., Madrigal 4, A Cappella 4, M. Chor. 4, Fr. Cl. 4, Pres. 4, '4Amahl" 4, "Little Mary Sunshine" 4, Cut-ups 4. ANN BAKER WARD "The rule of my life is to make pleasure my business." Marshal 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Debate Cl. 4, Jr. Council Rep., Jr.-Sr. Comm., "Amahl" 2, 3, 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, GOHISCA Co-Jr. Ed. 3, Hi-News Staff 3, Chair. G- Pin Comm. 4, Superlative 4, N.E.D.T. Award 2, Latin Cl. 2, Treas. 3, Jr. Biology Cl. 2, Sr. 3, Science Cl. Sec. 3, Pep Cl. 3, Sec.-Treas. 4, Bd. of Elections 3, Latin Cl. Conv. 3, Cut-ups 4, Debating Cl. 4, Soph. Picnic 2, Journalism Conv. 3, F.T.A. 4. MARY ELIZABETH WARD "Smart and charming, helpful and gay, an all around girl, she's always that wayf' .l.V. Cheerleader 2, lr. and Sr. Biology Cl. 2, 3, S.A. Council 2, 3, 4, S.A. Treas- urer 3, Social Comm. Chair. 4, E.D.N.C.S.C.E., Pep Cl. 4, Vice Pres. 3, Hi-News 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 4. ROGER ELTON WATSON "A good listener is usually thinking a b o u t something else." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, S.A. Rep. 2, 3, Wrestling 2, Baseball 4. CLAYTON WEBBER "Never think, you may disturb your mind." DAVID FACIE WEEKS "A sleeping fox counts hens in his dreamsf, Charles B. Aycock High School-Track 2, 3, French Cl. 3, Monogram Cl. 2, 3. JASPER MORRIS WARRICK H,lackie" ':You can't kiss a girl unexpectedly, only sooner than she thought you would." Goldmasquers 2, 3, Bd. Mem- ber 2, 3, Hmrm Off. 2, 4, Build. and Grounds Comm. 3, 4, Soph. Council Rep. 2, State Drama Festival 2, Stunt Night 2, 3, Homecoming 2, 3, "Unto the Least of These? 2, "Showtime" 2, "Hasty Heart" 2, "Mousetrap" 2. MARILYN ANN WATERS "Let the wide world wiggle-I've got it by the tail." Homecoming 2, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. I, Art Club 3, Library Cl. 3, 4, Hmrm Off. 4, S.A. Rep. 2. BETTY ANNE WATSON ':She's full of wit and loving fun, look out world, here she comes." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, S.A. Rep. 3, Soph. Council Rep. 2, Biology Cl. 2, Fr. Cl. 4, Athletic Comm. 4, F.T.A. 4, Intra. Basketball 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Dec. Comml 3. CHARLES TIMOTHY WEAVER '6The vicious count their years, virtuous, their acts." Science Cl. 4, Debating Cl. 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 4, Wres. tling 4. .z ,, f. li IE 5 2 A E E 1 'z 13 ll 21, I l ll 1 3+ I. , ix L. Ei I E I l l l. vi ,. E 5 5 E ,, 6 L . I K! li ll il 3 il E qc ,il 1 1 it ,., 'AA if 5 I A 93 ' 'mm gfyf wif ff ff :f.r!?f'- X' 4, rf - f awww, wg, f gf , -,ff,f, ,J BERT LAWRENCE WOOTERS "None knew thee but to like thee, nor name thee, but to praise thee." Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, J.V. Foot- ball Mgr, 2: Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, V. Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Sec. Varsity Cl. 4, Homecoming Comm. 2, 3, 4. ALTON EDWARD WYATT "One who is as all around as he must be greatf' V. Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain 41 .I.V. Football 2, V Basketball 2, V. Baseball 2 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 2, 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Marshal 3, 4, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4, Home- coming 2, 3, 4, All Confer- ence 4, North Carolina Youth Fitness Council 3, Most Valu- able Player Award 4, Super- lative 4. NANCY REBECCA WEISEMILLER "To litre with leisure and never fret or worryf' "Mikado" 3, M. Chor. 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Stunt Nite 4, Wies- baden, Germany. WILLIAM EARL WELLS "The very principle of politenessf' Hmrm. Off. 2. PAMELA LESLEY WHARTON "A chemical formula balanced by energy." Marshal 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Biology Cl. 2, 3, Science Cl. 3, Latin Cl. 2, 3, Pres. 3, Sec.-Tre-as. Sr. Biology Cl. 3, French Cl. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Pep Cl. 4, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4, Hmrm Off. 2, 4, Asst. Ed. Hi-News 3, Editor 4, Bd. of Elections 3, Chairman of Cafeteria Comm. 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 2, International Relations Comm. 2, Jr.-Sr. Decor. 3, Handbook Comm. 3. LEWIS BRENT WILSON "I nezer dia' anything worth doing by accidentf, ,I.V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Basketball Statistician 2, Varsity Cl. 2, 3, Reception Comm. 2, French Cl. 2, V. Baseball 3, Jr. Council Rep. Industrial Training Cl. 4. Susan takes time out for a coffee break while working on the GOHISCA. WILLIAM WAYNE WYATT L'Gentle in manner, strong in performance? Goldmasquers 2, 3, 4, "Hasty Heart" 3, "Mousetrap" 3, "Diary of Anne Frankv 3, 'LOklahoma,' 4, Chrm. Radio Work- shop 3, Pres. Goldmasquers 4, Best Supporting Actor 3, Hmrm. Off. 3, 4, Governor's, School, Social Comm. 4, S.A. Rep. 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, 4. JAMES LEE WYMAN "Will is character in actionf, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Cl. 3, 4, Stunt Night 3, Hmrm. Off. 2, 3, 4. REIVIINISCING , 'sill We have spent three good years at GHS So now it's time to leave, we guess. Our Sophomore picnic was a great success- Many have said, alt was the best." Junior-Senior, Rhapsody in Blue, was Thoroughly enjoyed by quite a few. "lVIarkets,,' our sophomore stunt, led the review, Then there was "The King and Us," which was quite a preview. Our senior stunt was surely the best, But it does seem good to have a rest. It's been twelve years since we first lit our candles of knowledge, But now we're beginning to see the light to college. So to all of our friends, we leave to you, No stormy weather, just skies of blue. Dwanda Vann Beverly Peacock Seniors and friends pose for a formal portrait just be- fore taking off for Skinney's. Att Last, Victory, SENIOR CLASS SONG We will stand together, Class of '64, High School days can show us What we have in store. Success will surely come to us, Each will do his share. What we do and learn here We'll carry everywhere. Striving for perfection, Proud of this our school, Pledging hearts and hands, This we make our rule. Cod above will guide us Now and evermore. We will stand united, Class of '64. FLOWER COLORS Pom pom Chrysanthemum COM and GTSCH MOTTO The higher wc climb, the broader the view. I63 --Q. 'fy-.mx W -rv? bf, ff! Wy, , C +A sa, W. 3 Presz'a'enl--Ken Johnson 0 V. PrPsz'de11t-Allen Summerlin uh Svcrelary-Jo Anne Pearson Treasurer-Paul Couch ArIz'z'sor--Miss Eleanor Simpson r I m CCB lll1lIl1llCOJlI" QHQERSS Pearl Barnette Betty Bartlett Brenda Banvick Sandra Bass Francis Batson Molly Best Gwen Beard Raymond Beard Becky Beck Ann Bell David Bell Richard Benet Mike Benton Brenda Best Mary Best Reba Best Sherrie Bissett Fred Black June Blackman Lynn Blalock Martha Abbott Beverly Adams Wayne Alford Keith Allen Ruth Allred ,lane Anderson Lynda Anderson Mike Andrews Jeannie Ashe William Ayers Bud Averyt .lo Babbitt Steve Baddour Cathy Bahen Jeanne Barnette Cherry Bland Jackie Blankenhorn Tommy Borden Brenda Bost Cherie Bouras Robert Boyce Robert Boyd Bonita Bradshaw Jim Bradley Mary Brantley Kim Bremer Dickie Britt Johnny Britt Judy Britt Rodney Brogden Craig Brown Leonard Buckner John Burch Steve Burns Joey Calbreath Danny Campbell Steve Campbell Barbara Capps Kathy Carr Douglas Carter James Casey Ann Cheek Brenda Chestnut Alease Chestnutt Bill Clark Bob Coats Larry Conley Lance Connor Patty Connors Sandy Combs ll Stan ing Ltraiglintt 0 ., O Patsy Cooksey Brenda Coombs Linda Coombs Patricia Coor Jerry Cornelius Bill Corrieri Paul Couch Mary Cox Robert Cox James Crabtree Mary Crisp Sara David Cutler Danny Daniel Gary Damrod Donald Daughtery Linda Davila Gail Davis ,lean Davis Ken Davis Linda Davis 3912 sf '14 c 425 iw! y V4 f-U, K ,H wr, 7 , U I , , 31.11, M, 3 1.. 5 .,,z M, Q f'i F3 1 3 ' gi ff fe g aff -in 9 Z4 W fa 1 , ff I iam f. 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Z K l F E l l E I68 Kay Edc-ns ,lane-t Edwards .ludy Ellis Waytonc Elmore Miko Ernest Peggy Etlwridge Faye Evans Linda Sue Evans Mike Evc-rt-ttc Sandra Evers Don Fann Renee Faour Benny Farmer Linda Farmer Mary Farris V sa .-Q 5551 fs I 'kv V9 IQ ff of Q f gb fy gif " gl! , f f if f Gwen Denning Ellen Derby Sandra Doerr Larry Doster Mary Lou Dowling K. L. Dudley Donna Duke Shirley Earp Ben Eason Sondra Eaves A blind date. ,nb-we fy vii Jimmy Fields Joanna Fischer Judy Flanigan Ray Flowers Brenda Forehand Pat France Mary Franklin William Frazier Monty Ffeeken Sheila Freeman Pauline Frey Mike Gabriel Shelton Game Pam Gardner Mike Gerrity Layton Getsinger Linda Gibson Martha Gibson Ingrid Godwin Anne Gonterman Billy Gooding Martha Grady Linda Graham C. E. Grant .lohn Grant Larry Grant Nancy Grant Harold Gross Butch Gupton Rebecca Curley Phil Ham Kenneth Hamm James Hanson Gary Hardin Johnny Harrell Lfceppiimg Jirfim y . W ..f K J, X it Zvi I nit 2 331 , 0 1 ff. , 'W yi af ..,, . 4 , Y W ? we My f Y Q ' , ,. 'W ' W L4 S. ' r 19 1 41' Gr 5 if W A ' iq ,..,,, s' 3 X 1 fl , C , X af f wg , f 5 s Q 1 Q W f ,AX1, I Jw 4s"Ni?Kfi.f 6 f Ts I f ff f , W Vw f ffWf ' Z f X 3 , f , 5 ff A 2 1 1 , ff f 'ri 4 TJ. I 'V S X 'a J 'Q .V Q . VI?--.' -. ,K , , ,MX 4 is fr ,. J r Marcia Harrington Tommy Harrington Christine Harvey Paul Hayes Donald Heath Linda Helms Edward Herring Carol Jean Herritt Frankie Hill Hugh Hill Amber Hinson Bessie Jim Hinson Laura Hinson Jane Hinton Carolyn Holland Laura Holland William Holloman Gloria Holmes Jane Holmes Beverly Hood Craig Hood David Hooks Kathy Hooks Dickie Horton Eddie Horton Jimmy Howell Lib Howell Wayne Howell Alice Jackson Linda Jackson Steve Jackson Sandra James Eleanor Jarman David Johnson Donna Johnson ceiling Strong 0 0 0 Emma Ruth johnson Jarvis .lolinson Kc-n ,Iolmson John .lolmstone ' You must have the wrong number-my little girl wouldn't skip school!" Roy Jones Brenda Jordan Bill Joyner Jimmy Justice Berl Kahn Robert Kaylor Connie Kearney Donna Kearney Joan Kearney Robert Keeton Bill Kelly .limmy Kelly Susanna Kesters 0Il Pearlie Anne Kidd Donald Kimball Sb 3".2"f '54 .l K ' at ii 'auf 1' 1"'f1A-.M , if Q Ziggy Q Butch .lonvs i ""' "WNY, Donald jones QM Judy jones 5' 1.1-3, I Kenneth .lonf-S V Mar! .lones E gy, ' ' QM-V Otis Jones V 'A if x flaw Nw P y . 192 mf, 5 5 ...ijt gm! QQ i 1 1 K 4 5 'f g wmv' Az W .fr wx? v X fi Q .5 sf! MIN' t K i ,S f . , , "4g"?'f 3, kwa I WW, I 4 in A : at 1 ,ng my u 54, Q 'QQ ! A 5 K K ff K. .,:,t. 3 r y 9 l 1 it 14 ,v il 21 J lt: N glut 1 ' t , t W' wx Q t 'sy-4 , Q, of J, , ' -W,.,,1, iz A' rwfif it wi 1, 1 "2 5 I 4 .nr mx, ,-Q - W if N Nww Q 1 L V . ' 4 I ,JI " ,.. ,LA ' x Y 5 E 'fs Ng' ,gg xg lair! a im? air: sf , -my f im 5 X f ., f ,, if Z ,iff f f 5 .- , . f ' gif fir-:ay f M1 384 w If ,O 'zzsj s L, f f - ZW ,ef , w , I ,,5.- 7 , 1 f :rf Z 5 Of f nw, X f f f ff? X Linda Kimball Jimmy King Morris Kornegay Kenneth Kramer Joan Kuester Gene Lancaster Bryant Langston Linda Langston Myra Leahy Lonnie Leapord Michelle Leder Sara Ledford Iris Levin Brenda Lewis Kay Lewis Millie Lewis Larry Livingood .lerry Londonberg Larry Lowery Helen Lucas Betty McAfee Gene McBride Carole McClenny Marcia McClurkin Donald McCormick Dennis McFeron Mary McGuire Douglas McKeel Billy McLawhorn J. C. McPhatter Karl Malpass Howard Maree Linda Markley Thomas Marlowe Bob Mauldin Olivia Mayo Kay Medford Bob Meier Carolyn Mercer Linda Metz Linda Millard Marshall Minchew Billie Mitchell Pam Mixon Billie Jean Moody Beverly Moore Janice Moore Sandi Moore .ludy Moye Linda Moye Carol Mozingo Susan Murray Ricky Musgrave Herbert Myers Buss Myers imaging ai omg O O O .. W :H iii' , 1: , ' 315 as T' 5 sw, 1,1 f axT"'Z A typical Junior fights her way through the crowded halls , ,X X V 1 1 e r' ,Wh ,Q f M- Af 1, 1 ' 3" I Q rg ,,..f . " - ' - - f' Aff' '75 - K "ul ng ,, as if 'f v if -wwf' ' ,X ' XG " f, y :Y . , 21, f 1- N, , 1,1 w. ,rf ,Lg gf! Y. .W Phyllis Newman Billy Newsome Bonnie Offutt Craig Olsen x,- ,-1' ef 'IC M., Lf 5 y X -Q . . A v -'- Q- A , 6 Hr: glw' Wu ewtf . 1- 1 4 3-A .N . ? , wi If wwf rf b MM- 'f ,L iv i. .,,,,,, F in sy M 1, .f f ,, - we f ,ggi ,L . an 'X is fn, 4" I 1 1 ,- .Q V K ,W J 4 . 1 1 K..-.f . :V elm '- av if , , ff '-gm wg . ev '7:xfgv5,- .x Wifi? , wi Melba Osborne W E: 5 g, if E F Y. . it x E, , in 'Y ps , . w., . , .. . as U 5 -Q r 1 E ffilf ' ' im' 4 - 3 5 ":f fs, V i ,fa , ,p :V A 47 f ' f if f iihfbfif i fl 2 "2 'M .. 9:7 f -ati 4 , , yy 3 J V if we Q 1 f f W , ie 1 4 2 if f 6 'Ve f f X 2, f x 4 gma- , , , 5 ,ff ,, . , if f f My ,, I ff f rf f Z , W 1 Z if r I if w l V 1 l "Relaxg it's only a parking ticket." .. 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I74 Barbara Pell Glenn Penuel Frank Peoples Anna Rose Phipps Terry Pierceall Carolyn Pike Ellen Pinkerton Richard Pittman Jimmy Pope Mike Post Jeff Poulson Dennis Powers jimmy Price Johnny Price ,ludi Price Ralph Price Kathy Puckett Donald Radford Jerry Ray Marcia Ray Steve Ray Carol Reese Evelyn Richter Kenneth Robinson Wayland Rose Bob Roses Anne Royal Peter Rumsey .lim Russell Bonnie Rye Jeanne Sasser Jimmy Sasser Floyd Sauls Grace Sauls Bob Schane Mike Schoultz Vic Scimeca Mary Ellen Scott Billie Seymour Howard Seymour Sandy Shaw Jackie Shearin Mary Shepard Carolyn Shirley Carroll Simmons Brenda Smith Gail Smith Dick Smith Harry Smith Tom Smith mi ing alll Fate an O 0 0 M 70" ' if -- - ifdwv ! .. -1. lf- ,, 4 ' E. 4 J 4 x -. N' , : gs , E: iw -i x Y X 1 1, f v' -.P-fm' f- . za ' sw-af , sp, 4 A f f' ' sw , Y 8 i .s fy, ix 7 wt' '27 - J SVT.. .A 1 , " ,.. ,, T . 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MAJ! f zA , fW V if HQ J ,V Q fs 'QW I ff 7452 ffl f ff rf Wx f ff' O 0 0 on mouthing 0 0 0 C lpn .07 I ,W t s pw. '05 V -nf.,- , ...Mun-, , i y, ,J V 1 .fx QM, ,..-' 1 , rf' , Qi 1' , 'ivy , Q y N VH- M ,at M W K. 1? fw Z ,L f H Q s f P- - 'kj , SA Q, A ' , ve' ,W "4 fy Zi ',,r 1 i, vii-mv" 2' ,,.i,,, ,, QQ f f Pia ,r l78 if wmv .. 'K Beverly Wells Eddie West Gail West Chuck Whatley Cornelia Wheeler David White Bobby Whitesell Butch Whitesell Frank Wiggs Cindy Wilcox Diane Wilkins Hope Williams Janis Williams Ralph Williams Edith Williamson at Television history is an important part of many a junior's curriculum. it Z5 J fa 42- QRW N Sandra Wilson Stuart Wilson George Wood .lo Lynn Wood Betty Wyatt is lhallllceingimtg get Vickie Yakutis Glynda Young J oe Zabriskie Class motto: To persevere and to surpass. Class colors: Green and white Class song: March We forth toward the midst of life With the banner of hope unfurled That the light of the glorious Words of truth May shine throughout the world. To persevere and to surpass- Our motto and our guide . . . For through the years We hope to shape The futures of our lives. With our colors green and white We'll keep our morals high, Striving to improve our class We'll soon pass others by. Nearer and nearer draws the time When there'll he neither dread nor fear. And then our hopes will come alive For this class of '65. . Z -, ' wife V 3 was if .jk M l s 1505 Aunvfmvfzemf fr fn . V H A , W Q 2 ig ,Q J in S "o""4'lun-nw... is 5 QW? C I 41- We President - Earl Newsome S Nm V. President - Donna Armstrong 0 lp 0 lllfll 0 IF' 6 Secretary - Shirley Simpson H S S Treasurer - Alison J ones Advisor - Miss Ina lVliXon I80 'Q 1? new M I H ' 9469461 Qlass Uli 'Xt .ff Room 207's "Quake Shake" won third place in the home- coming parade. Becky Balkcum Janet Ball Woodrow Ballree Cathy Bankston Judi Barber Linda Barefoot Steve Barefoot George Barley Bobby Bass Sheila Bay Rusty Beall Kim Beamon David Beckworth Linda Bell Helene Beltman Delvin Benton Linda Best Sue Best Tom Biagoni Rose Paul Blackwell Bill Bland Tom Bland Bruce Blankenhorn Billy Blanton Bill Bobbitt Wayne Bone Adrian Booth Linda Boyette Mike Boyette .lean Bradel 1 X' ef -iii' r , y 3 DN 9 Greg Abernathy Ann Ambrose Max Amos Eve Anderson Sherry Anderson Sylvia Anderson Donna Armstrong Carolyn Averyt Mary Aycock John David Bain Frank Bailey Ronald Bailey Aff.-A :uf-,Sy , i 'J-T eg ' .N ' ' -any H ' ' :?5A" 2iB: tw . ,situ ' e N, 2, T ,.ar"" e, B-aff", v-571 f ,' 1 W i l L ygk iiigumu is zo 3 f"'- di: Mk, ,A Q.. mmf 'ilfff "Ki" vi.- :F-vi -1.3 QM X i wr-"r mf' it Q QM- . X wifi J V 3 4 'sgfq-ff X .I . 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Daniel Broussard Polly Broussard Audrey Brown Mike Brown Mike Browner Priscilla Browning Lynda Bryant Bay Bunch Frances Burton Kearney Butler Nita Butler Carol Butts Jane Calbreath Shirley' Callaway Bonnie Campbell Kathryn Campbell Linda Cantu Craig Capps Jeanne Carr Steve Carr Beverly Carter Carolyn Carter Edward Carter Judy Carter Milton Carter Debbie Cartright Mary Chestnut .leannette Clack Dallas Clifton Dave Cloutier Dennis Cole Carolyn Combs Mary Combs Diane Cook Benny Cooksey Bill Cooper Linda Cooper Mae Cox Sara Culpepper Rheinhart Cronin Sandra Croom Donna Dagenhart Jerry Dale Alice Daniels .lean Daniels Debbie Darden J anis Darrow W. D. Daughtey Clip Davis Benny Deans Larry De-Bruhl Kathryn DeMond Wayne Diviney Susan Doerr A lively "SKIT" opened Sophomore Spirit Week. Durwood Eason Robert Echols Bemadette Edmonds Donnie Edwards H. B. Edgerton Janis Edwards Jody Edmundson Leonard Edmundson Pat Eichelberger Claudette Elliott Tex Ellis ' Paula Estes Lynn Drennon Karen Drew K. L. Dudley Rhonda Duffy Bill Dugan Rusty Duke Janet Dunhrack Richard Durham coimce to Those co 0 o 0 0 A ,V M ':A, 1 - ff gvfyrff X ., , 1 'I z ,M -J:...,f ' f ...Ita :1 - . ,W 2 Lf 'sf' f,,,,a, X K .1 foe-W' ,or W A ' em .4 2 gr M , ,f 4 anno-X4 lf 41 4 1 , xfi if -.WA ' L 'ff' V www-rr Rf x M' 'mfg A im' QW wgj ' vw V'-ff '-qjgw 3 ' Y ' 'N-ev 'K ,, t 1 -fc .. N 2'- '4 I' 1 iff? I , r - . . . f A-i,,f'i. ,Q X' AW, wg. .fig - ' Z 1 "LQ Lv gba, - N. iv' 1' 'fi b vp ' 39 A f -c l 9 W e Q. S Q wx ,f sf vw-1. N 1 , - 1' " ' ,Vg 'rw i A A' l 3 ..,..,..f r V . 'M -Q wmv f tba.. P' Q 3 Q? K f' f vs Q7 ' 'K 1 - . , .az-ia , .Qs 1 2 SM? vl 4 1 1' V by fmt. ,N 5.1, K ,ff V55 , -4 f "" - . -V ..,, 'fff - ' f .Lg , ' X- ' ' f -K fu- ., ' . 4 , - 1 5, E -, J Z' va' 'Mr f GF: nk' is . 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Griffon Linda Gross Chester Gupton Sharon Haines Rory Hakkaraian Becky Hall Kaye Hall Connie Hallman Roger Hamilton Mary Hanson Brenda Harper Mike Harral Don Harrell Bruce Harris Keith Harris Barbara Harrison Cheryl Harrison Dianne Hart Charles Hatch David Hatch Elaine Heath Linda Heath Richard Heath Sarah Heathcock Mark Helms Shirley Helms Richard Henry Ronnie Henry Janet Herring Linda Herring Margie Herring Ray Herritt Ted Hill Cindy Hilpert Danny Hodge Claudia Holland Hope Holland Linda Lou Holland Maybelle Holland Herbert Hood Judy Hood Ken Hooks Danny Howell Gloria Howell Jackie Howell Eddie Huffman BoBo Hughes 1429 e . R Q A V 'hh' I . MW' 1 " A X V' fi , 4? .W ' fer' iv i 13456 'Z AW"K.'f ' al F Q iii J " N31 AM. t EE? Y , -me . -. , ,. A m, , .. . , 4' 'Www 'f 'I sa , uw- - ,,,,,..,.V, ...at v x Frances Burton IS a talented addition to the Sophomore Class Z it -. , J an it ge- A 2 'W f . 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CENTER Compliments and Congratulations From GOLDSBCRO FRANCHISE NEW CAR - TRUCK DEALERS J. D. PIKE-Chrysler, Dodge, Dart, Dodge Truclc, Imperial C. L. SNIPES-Ford and Falcon COBB MOTOR COMPANY-Chevrolet and Corvair, Chevrolet Truclc CENTRAL SERVICE-Lincoln, Mercury and Comet PATE-DAWSON-Oldsmobile ODOM MOTOR COMPANY-Cadillac and Pontiac C. J. CARROLL-Plymouth and Valiant J. M. EDGERTON AND SON-Nash-Rambler, International Congratulations From ERNEST GLASS CO. 7I0 N. William PHONE: 735-2l65 I TT BEN ELLIS I ROLLINS APPLIANCE CENTER J. J. MCCLENNY SaIes Mgr. JAMES E. ROLLINS Owner BILLY PELT Service Mgr. zo: s. CENTER sr. eounssono EDWARDS YOUNG MEN SHOP PACKING co :Nc VV LF!! X I WHOLESALE MEATS We Specialize in Self-Service Mea+ Packages J. Z. HINSON AND SONS GROCERY MARKET 3I7 E. ELM Over 50 Years in Hue Same I70l Easf Ash Shed Locaiion eounssoko, N. c. TOWN AND COUNTRY GAS CO. Serving Easfern Carolina Wi+I1 Quality Gas and Service, Too. L.P. 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