Havelock High School - Rampage Yearbook (Havelock, NC)

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g,.,Ef7', 7fC'7'Z at K!-X X4 51444546 Q hw I fiitififi wa. sg -GK an 'X M +- FOREWORD n me ol ovmg pager wou Jlwe ro brm Q fou C c mes Q y o G he :OlxOv of events that wuppened n me ,fem 1291 U58 more T e mem Q T rm mg mmf tue FIDV ded Cla room: e lcnmmgd Hull d Q. C mc ef T 3 Jul reuc em mind YAMBLUQ w fml mom e. mg ,Ja of THE O ' if I J' , lf' 'K ' gff' H14 I1 pp' 5, thi is , n : r ,f A i X 5 f"-.- . We will si ' H ori-s of he ' g' lx bellg F ,' .' ' se' ', H1 ' - Q, an haf, but not leak, The Lmfiri J for S 5 Meri To Fill All Of H is 1 . ' 1 we Vopx to preienf ti yy, on We foliox-f f 1gQ3 YN Hoveloclc North Corolmo V958 Hovelock High School TABLE OF CCDNTENTS Dedication Principal s Message Faculty and School Personnel Sensors Soplwomores Freshmen Actuvntaes Advertisements Juniors .................. ....... WITH PRIDE WE DEDICATE. . ln appreciation for his understanding and guidance, we of the T958 annual staff dedicate this edition of our yearbook, THE RAMBLER, to our District Principal, Mr. Arthur W. Edwards. Through his undying efforts Havelock High has grown, and we know that it will continue to do so in the future. He has helped to pave the road that leads to success. x v :- is a -O OI. lk T .K'z. Uflifllhjil OIIOOIIQOI, IIUCICOQIIIOOIIOUUOO . Q," - , :nj "'5Q if . ...'i ' ' -- onnosauono Qnoonfav--v-w.qgggg..g. N ssnnnnsmubbvuqu 9 ghjnlauq-vcv91A1,Lg-1441, A 'gr K -vavgm " -if-uanaouu xi -Q sw. 1 Hoy-. tortunote we ore to be citizens of o notion with such brood opportunitief in educotion . Now you are molding the foundation for your tuture lite ond education. How well thot foundation is Formed is lorgely determined by you. Success is o pro- duct of well directed, never-ceasing efforts seasoned witlwChri51i0n principles ond ideole. l lrope tlrot eoclw of you will olwoys remember to exemplify the golden rule in all of your tuture endecvors. ffl SCHOOL COMMITTEE H CLAY WYNNE Chairman W A SAVAGE TOMC CATHEY R ZEBC HOPKINS COI USMC DISTRICT PRINCIPAL et ARTHURW EDWARDS Hugh Polnf College East Corolnno College Umversnfy of North Corollno If NK, SECRETARY MRS J. T. JENKINS I' A 'vifgw ' Degrees: B.S., B.A., M.A. I . ' ' 4 . ' S. :HILL 5. FACULTY? 2316 B 6 guns., 41 1:0 GEORGE L ALE NDER Ahoskne North Caroluna East Carolina College B S Degree graduate work at Peabody College lndustrxal Arts and Socnal Studles OLLIE JANE COLEMAN Logan vest Vsrgmua Marshall College A B Degree Home Economncs and Gnrls Physucal Eclucatuon Freshman Advusor if '55, A, X .gr Mya np' Q -7-1 l "E, Y., an-an JOHN U BARNES Johnson Cnty Tennessee EastTennessee State College B S Degree graduate work at East Tennesse State College '-lrstory Economncs Socnalogy Coach NICHOLAS GARNER Ne vport North Carolxna East Carolma College B S Degree Enology Chemustry Physrcs Sophomore Advusor iv 72 1 ,mu -' .lv J! 'al I!! fan M,, . A 5. f , ." fo .A ,4.f" -3? ,QW lik 'Qs Quay 1 5 wg ANNE CHADWICK Strasts North Carolma Lounsburg College Merednth College A B Degree English French and Sensor Advisor THOMAS R GARNER Nex port North Carolma Unuversnty of Oklahoma A B Degree Unuversnty of North Carolma graduate work Englu h Math and Junnor Adv: or xx l ? 'S . 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C5-, Us if fseffgfi g FACULTY K-5- ZMA M241 A, fx ,fbi -s,.... 4.191 HOYTJ HAYES Farrmont North Carollna Newberry College B S Degree Science Cuvucs Health Coach and Freshman Advnsor MONROE SMITH Wllmrngton North Caroluna North Carolina State East Carolrna College B S Degree Mathematncs Sophomore Advusor HELEN R RAGAN New Bern North Carolrna WCUNC A B Degree Business Department Freshman Advxsor BARRY EUGENE WRIGHT Greensboro North Carolina YU LN. Tl? AUDREYF SCARBORO Stacy North Carolma Flora Macdonald College A B Degree Umversnty of Corpus Chrastr Librarian and English Presbyteruan Jumor College Gunlforcl College A B Degree Spanush World History Cnvlcs and Jumor Advrsor -sd? "'v7 'M' our k 1 l lt D' ' .,, K A ,J A' 'B W ,pig A ,-e I V " V . I . I ' , I ' ' 1 Q I I I . . I . . 1 , . I -D.. I . --' ' - if 1-.T A if , f S -' sv '. -gj.,,..,qr'fM-' V ' 'dilfx 1 11' fe , 4.4, K. t'.,3f g, C ' 4 X C H TL? Q ' li , A1 N - f v I , K 1: .- " is "U v . 'Lvl x Q-. Mrs. J. C. Couch and helpersf Charloffe Cox, Nancy Gray, and Donna Ellers. CAFETERIA Mrs . Charles C. Rigsbee ond Janie of work before Cbrisfmczs. M ra. r ..s ., ' fi f I X. , x ,QQ -of' ahve wi 'Tl' ., Vg, A fy 5 ,X 'Wm Mrs. J. C. Couch and Corrie ot work cffe Christmas. I rr, flflll 70 lj V X ll X Here nt rs l958 and we, another class, have reached the time of graduatron When we trrst entered hrgh school as Freshmen, we could hardly awart the day when we would be Seniors Now that we have reached that long antrcrpated goal, we are not so happy as we had rmaglned We have grown to love and to hold very dear our school days and our classmates Wlthrn the halls of Havelock Hugh we have known and shared many Ioys, whnch we wrll all treasure and call our own henceforth We can never forget the excrtementand splendor of our frrst Junior Sensor Banquet or the happy day when we, as Junrors, received our very own class rings These are only two events, but they are the ones which stand out most ID our memornes Now as we are preparing to enter the great outsrde world, we are not afraid We have the confrdence that we have acqurred through long years of study and drlrgence We hope that every successive graduating class wall entertain the pleasant memornes and honorable :deals that we do as we now stand at the threshold of opportunity ag In V lllhn 0 fig: rl C' 'I l 'L F K f qv l x Q ff C 9 , . ll l I Ma 341751 , 1 N, ti A rl gv'?.a"e!? H M SENIOR FAREWELL by Sue Plumbley We the class ot fifty-eight, Grateful we are to graduate. All the memories of this year, Have filled our hearts with iay and cheer. We give our thanks to Mr. Dail, His kind gestures paved our trail. Our beloved teachers, we do appreciate, They made it possible for us to graduate. To the students who will remain, Strive for your goal and you will gain. Our tears of ioy and sadness too, Will keep our memories fresh and new. Dear Alma Mater, Havelock High, Oi thee we're proud untii we die. 'a MASCOTS Curtis King Elaine Gellenbeck MOTTO Climb though the rocks be rugged CLASS COLORS Red and White ian- f- SENIDRS MARY CONNIE BUNKER San Diego, California "Happy and small, and liked by all." Home Ec. Class Secretary 25 F.H.A. 25 F.B.L.A. 45 Glee Club 45 Beta Club 4. SANDRA MARIE BERGSTROM Uplands, California Eat, drink, and be merry, the rest is not worth a passing thought." BoosterCIub I5 Chess and Checkers Club l5 Latin Club l,25 Journalism Club 35 Dramatics Club 35 Beta Club 3,45 An- nual Staff 3,45 Jr-Sr. Waitress 25 Su- perlative 4. WANDA SHIRLEY JEAN BALLEW Bessemer City, North Carolina "The milclest manners, the gentlest heart." F.H.A. 1,25 F.B.L.A. 45 Glee Club 4 Superlative 4. 'QW' DAVID EUGENE BROWN La Grange, Georgia "I like a girl with a good head on my shoulder." Drill Club l5 Auto Club 25 Journalism Club 35 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Superlative 4. 5 "W 'C' DEANNA DYER Cleveland, Ohio "Tame the wolf and you must marry him . " Tri Hi-Y l, 25 French Club l,25 Girls' League 25 S.O.S. 25 Journalism 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Superla- tive 4. .153 to vu-0' ,f""Q.asr- M Y' SENIORS JUDITH ANN DIETEMAN Buffalo, New York "He came5 l liked5 l conquered." F.H.A. 1,25 Beta Club 3,45 Journalism Club 35 F. B. L. A. 45 Annual Staff 45 President of Homeroom l5 President of Junior Class 35 Treasurer of Homeroom 25 Superlative 45 Glee Club 4. MARIE JANICE DOBIE Boston, Massachusetts "She's full of life and full of fun." Homeroom Officer l5 F.H.A. Treasurer 15 Volleyball l5 Swimming l5 Class Treasurer 35 Journalism Club 35 Annual Staff 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Superlative 4. DE NYSE ANNE DRAPER Tulsa, Oklahoma "You never knew what she was think- ing. " Homeroom Vice-President l5 Homeroom Secretary 25 Glee Club 15 Spanish Club 25F.H.A. 25J.H.A. 15 American Creed Plaque 35 Class Secretary 45 Beta Club 45 Annual Staff 45 'Superlative 4. SENIORS JO ANN GARDNER Memphis, Tennessee "Her manner gentle, her affection mild. " " F.H.A. 3. LiNDA PAYE HAYNES Kinston, North Carolina "A merry heart doeth good like medicine." Volleyball 25 Basketball 25 Journalism Club 25 Glee Club 35 Dramatics Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Class Treasurer 45 Annual Staff 4. air SYLVIA ANN HOOGENDAM Winston-Salem, North Carol ina "Wherever there is noise and fun, she'll be there." Rhythm Club 25 Nurse's Club l5 Latin C l u b 25 Student Council i525 Jr. Tri- Hi Y 25Journalism Club 35 Annual Stott 4. N 145.5 iw JANICE PAYE HEATH Hookerton, North Carolina "She's not as quiet as she appears. " Dramatics l,35 Student Council 35 Glee Club 3,4, r.B.L.A. 4. I QL35. fi 044 -52,3 . R. U. , 5 . Gi' -v--' 1 'A 5 , . 4. s Q Q14 A 7 K Q. .K R is 'nn A 4: 'Vaal RICHARD MCKINNEY LEE Greensboro, North Carolina "Football man, basketball man, and last but not least, a ladies man." Football I,4,Glee Club l,2, Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Homeroom Of- ficer 2, Drivers' Club 2, Superlative 4. SENIORS DOUGLAS EARL JONES Washington, North Carolina "He plays fair in all his dealings." Drill Club l,2, Bus Driver 3,4,'Basket- ban 3, Baseball 3. I EMMA LEA KING Trumann, Arkansas "To know her is to like her." Dramatics l,3, Head J. V. Cheerleader 3,Glee Club 3, Newspaper 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Superlative 4. JULIA ELAINE LASATER Durham, North Carolina "Modesty is the beauty of a woman." F.H.A. l,GleeClub I, Homeroom Pres- ident I, Jr-Sr. Waitress I, French Club 2, Homeroom Treasurer 2, Beta Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Student Council l,3, Basketball Princess 3, Superlative 4. SENIORS ELAINE ROSE LePANTO Brooklyn, New York "She will outstrip all praise and make it stand behind her." Drama Club 2,3, Glee Club 3, News- paper Staff 4,F.B.L.A. 4, Beta Club 4. JAMES EUGENE LEWIS, JR. Kingsport, Tennessee "lfhecan'tfindaway, he'll make one." Drill Club 1,25 Dramatics Club 3, Bus Driver 2,3,4. RICHARD LANE LUPTON New Bern, North Carolina "Maybe there's 0 finer guy, but we haven't seen him yet." Glee Club l, 2, Monogram Club 3, F.F.A. 3, Class Officer 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Baseball 3,45 Superlative 4. EQU- its BETTY JEAN LOCK EY Middlesboro, Kentucky " She and happiness walk hand in hand. Rhythm Club 1, LibraryClub 2, F.B.L.A 4, Superlative 4. RACHEL PAUL Hobucken, North Carolina Nature made her like she is and never made onither. " Glee Club 35 Annual Staff 3. 'E' SENIORS REBECCA DANIEL MILLER Goldsboro, North Carolina "The great ambitions of a woman is to inspire love." 4-H Club 15 F.H.A. 1,25 Glee Club 1, 25 F. T. A. 25 Basketball Manager 1,2 F.B.L.A. 4. JAMES ALLEN O'CON NOR Clarkfield, Minnesota 'They say the good die young, Boy, am I going to take care of myselfl " Science Club 2. AMELIA RHODES PADRICK Rocky Mount, North Carolina "She has the wiII to win and win she will . " LatinCIub 1,25 F.B.L.A. 4-,Cheerleader 45 Superlative 4. SENIORS JOAN LELIA PHELPS Langley Air Base, Virginia "Light of heart, quick of step, here's a girl full of pep." Drama Club 2,3, F.N.A. lp Student Council l, J. V. Basketball 2, Beta Club 4, Junior Class Officer 3, Jour- nalism Club 3, Cheerleader 3,4. BETTY JEAN PRITCHARD San Diego, California "A song in her heart and a smile in her eyes." Drama Club 2, Glee Club 2. JAMES PAUL SANDIFER Tylertown, Mississippi "He says little, but that's no sign that he is not thinking." Photography Club l,2,3, Biology Club 2, Science Club I,2,3, Annual Staff 4. LYNDA MARIE RIGSBEE New Bern, North Carolina "Nature designed her to be of good cheer . " F.H.A. Secretary I, Glee Club 2,3,4 Dramatics Club 2,3, Annual Staff4, Newspaper Co-Editor 4, Presi dent 4, Vice President 3, Beta Club 4, F.B.L.A 4, Superlative 4. Q? l I "ln good faith she cares not what mis- SENIORS WILLIAM LUCIUS SMITH Bayboro, North Carolina Worthy of every trust5 always found fair and lust." Baseball 35 Beta Club 4. MITCHELL STEVENS San Diego, California "Wit and wisdom are born with a man.' Football 1,25 Track 1,25 Basketball 1,25 National Honor Society 25 Beta Club 3, 45 Baseball 3,45 Grand Marshal 35 Bus Driver 45 StudentCouncil 35 Annual Staff 45 Superlative 4. GLADYS ELIZABETH SYK ES Fayetteville, North Carolina chief she does." ' 'T' Rhythm Club I5 Dramatics Club 3.4 Q2 v 3, 1 , Q f JAMES BENJAMIN SWEENEY Lawrence, Massachusetts "Man makes his fate." Football l,2,3,45 Track l,2,35 Base ball 35 Superlative 4. . 4 5 pi-fk I A -,TS ANNA JOYCE WINGATE Maury, North Carolina "She is the mirror of courtesy" Library Club 1,25 F.B.L.A. 4. Not Pictured SUE PLUMBLEY, JIM THOMAS BOB JOHNSON X X65 SENIORS C HRISTIAN VAN DIJKEN Malang Java, Indonesia "Knowledge is the only elegance. Superlative 4. MARIAN CLAIR WEEKS Jacksonville, Florida "Whatl No boys in heaven? Just leave me herel" Pep Club 1,35 Glee Club 1,25 Hockey Club 35 Volleyball 35 Basketball 1, 35 F.B.L.A. 4. JAMES REDDEN WILEY New Bern, North Carolina "I like work-It fascinates me-I can sit and watch it for hours." QAM 1 -if K If DAVID BROWN DOUGLAS JONES 5 f K Yi Q- I 5 I hiv? , J -:I ' , - I .' 4 X , I r li A P I I I A V f , I J, N X X Sf Mr Q ,V WILLIAM SMITH MICKEY STEVENS CHRIS 15" we f 3 VAN DIJKEN ,ff , F .., 2. -ka ifo4':Q. 4 1 , mt Q Six, 1 1 5- 1. gif , Q SHIRLEY BALLEW SANDI BERGSTROM MARY BUNKER JUDY DIETEMAN DEANNA DYER LINDA HAYNES JANICE HEATH 'MIA HQQGENDAIJ EMMA LEA KING .IOANIE PHELP5 SUE PLUMBLEY LYNDA RIGSBEE PEARL SANDLIN CAROLE SAVAGE X X SENIOR SUPERLATIVES ,gs 'H 'R Rnchord Lee Jamce Doble BEST DRESSED Lynda Rngsbee David Brown CUTEST BEST LOOKING Dovud Smnth Ruchord Lupton Elolne Losoter 'W u,x'. ' Al 4 ' L ' L L +ve fx X . I . . D I , T1- 1 fo L M- f N it , ! Pnw ' S . . . I . SENIOR SUPERLATIVES WITTIEST MOST TALENTED T Mackey Stevens Jamce Doble Chrns Van Dnlken Elcnne Lcsafer MOST MISCHIEVIOUS T DANCERS Scand: Bergs rom Dovnd Brown Emma Lea Kung Dovld Brown SENIOR SUPERLATIVES MOST POPULAR FRIENDLIEST Rnchurd Lupton Elcnne Losoter Lynda Rugsbee James Sweeney fNot Pucturedj BEST PERSONALITY MOST DEPENDABLE QW Ek M Amelia Podrick Richard Lupton 9 Mickey Stevens Deanna Dyer Ill. 'A-5:3 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES LAZIEST ,il NEAT Amelia Padrnck Richard Lee Rlchard Lee Betty Jean Lackey MOST INTELLECTUAI MOST STUDIOUS Judy Dlefeman Chris Van ll Carole Savage .ff V ,,,,numn'H9' yy M' S i- ,f- 2 D ken Mackey Stevens Sandn Bergstrom KNO? Prcfuredj SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BEST ALL AROUND Judy Dleteman Rrchard Lupton QUIETEST .nlllm Rrchard Lupton Sands Bergstrom QNot Prcturedl MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED xl W 4-Y" -u UM ABGU 5 Shirley Ballew Donald Sawyer 'Q PJ Chri s Van Diiken Denyse Draper n Nm w 6 J s x X' N55 5 Q' gil' 'K' X , Qblaqxxgap, X MW, it Yltf f A 6 l l f I Q FNCYLLUPE' X W veorvr-XR l HL E A Ir VV Z Junnors almost sennors' For three years we have been looknng forward to the completron of thus year and to the begnnnrng of our last l959 Thus year we rumors have worked enthusrastlcally on and banquet We have strrved to promote alunror Senror that would remann rn the mmds of the groduatrng class of l958 At frrst our prolects seemed hopele s but wuth an oblectuve purpose endurrng efforts ancl co operatuon the Junxor Sensor was o success Farewell to the graduotrng class of 58 and may good fortune come to the tumors as they ruse to fulfnll the space vacated by the sensors , l fl 5' eg, 1' .. , . , . our Junior Play and, of course, the Junior-Senior prom . . 5 I . . . I . I - . I ' I 1 ii 2 ,J 4 44-ax lr JUNIORS CHARLES ADAMS MARCUS ALLSUP an 'Ds 7' KN W LANCE BANKS WAYNE BANKS f ,-Xp, ,K is-, is. JOYCE BAUERMANN BETH COUCH ffm: 71 Q 3 .. qu.. Who.: PAT CARRAWAY JOHN CLARK FAYE CULBRETH Boa DENTON JERRY ELLERS VINA FERGUSON T' ' ZW i , , -:EW L ' S' S SSR' 4" ' S . f 1 Y, Q Q ' Q , f Q O I F.. 31S , 9 5 3 P l l ., V' N R 55 ,AP R . S 7 l S ' f E , I KR S S.4' SA ' S 31513 V S R . D M , i ' 9 'fa' J 'Q :, w S r E' 3" ' , Q M. R , ws. ELEAN OR GRAY JUDY FR JUNIORS IE RAY FRAUE NH OL Z X., 'KA I 15 if Vs. BAR BARA LAUG MARS HA HOG HINGHOU UE SE H D HALL ELIZABETH H 'V UBBARD JUNE LE NIS DONNA FRIE OTIS GARDNER THOMAS HILL ERNESTINE LUPTON C9 C5 JUNIORS YJ JAMES MOORE YVONNE LUPTON CLIFTON MCFARLAND WALT MCINTIR S, ali' TQMMY MOORE JO ANN PARSONS LOUAN NA POE JUDY REIGNER ROGER RAGSDALE LARRY ROBERTSHAW Q ANNA FAYE ROBINSON FAY SMITHWICK "' wx JACKIE SMITI-IWICK ELAINE JATKINS SA IA ."f1UGI'I ,QQTNQ 0 X,-ul X 4? Eg 0 L Ty 'x Qxllll l xv-+K"""' L' U' X" ""' T MMT e ure the T957 T958 Sophomore Class We o cl have our shore of broms brown talent and ru f fme fudenf If ns resolved by this ophomore closs that e Brcms ull out hme or other ond corryf IS ophomore clos to greater ochxeverbenfs of H H S The Brown v III 'rake bugger ond belfer history fo H The Tolenf JI brlng fume ond perhaps fortune to H The resf of the opho wore closs Ill gxve unfoul 9 nd unfol fer n ng help ond encourogerenf to the The Brom The Br: rf ond The Tolenr ond because of thx help cmd encou Jgereenl thas sophorove cl oss wnll be The Greatest ' ..........- ff X W' - ...... , os oss, ' , , ' s ' s s. ' ' ' S : HTH :' 'l uw' l S ' ll S ' T nr 'rr J- V. ' ll I -D 1 r H. .S. rl I. 'A - H. .S. 5 r, ' ' ' in o ' .. " ' Slllll rv: kill Il ,ll -43A ww-vgvvvqv "AK1.TQ!3IJIQ3?L If s- 1 .PQ 9-1 f 4 .5 1 , f P 91' fi ,,,N 'kt .Q 'Tb -R A Q HR, . . ,QQ g ,K , . il-' 'A I ,Y F365 X Y H G war' '- p ' 'A ' A A s A V 1 9 nail'-r ., r fn, --9 SOPHOMORES ARLENE AGARD JUDY ALLCORN CARLTON ASHLEY MILDRED BAYLISS RICHARD BAYLISS 6 V" BECKY COTTON LINDA BROCK VANELLE BROWN WOODROW COLLINS VELVIE BROWN SCOTT BUSH NILLIAM BYRUM JAMES COLLINS Q1 CAROLE CONNOR -A.. RITCHIE CRAWFORD NELL DAVIS RICHARD EDWARDC DONNA ELLERS MARY ELLEN CHARLOTTE cox ERICKSON 'T SOPHOMORES GLENN EVERETT DONALD FLEMING DOUGLAS FRANKS MARTHA GARVIN HARRY HARDISON JANET HEATH 'W JOE HILBURN HILDA HILL nt BOB HOEY LINDA HILL if WAYNE KING ANN MCENTIRE CLAUDIE KENNETH KAREN KUNZ LATTERRIERE LAUCHINGHOUSE W LYLE LEWIS Sai f ' , Q f if Q- , - in t- lhx 5. -5-"N 17 Wx E 1- TA -5 fi Q Q: "5 Y Q C H 4 in -ug -. . - cg :,,,2A E Qu, Q ,. ' 7 v f ' 1: yr I, BARBARA MELTON DAVID MILLER SHARON MCKEAN JOAN NA NELSON JAMES PADDEN CAROLYN PETERSON IEELTON PICKERING THOMAS MOREADITH U A I I 1-'I .J MARIE MORSE :Q 4 X JOE NeSMITH SOPHOMORES BILLY JUNE PITTMAN MARY SUE REYNOLDS FHARLES RIOSBEE MIKE SHADLE CRAHAM ROUQE FRED SCHRUM JAMES SEATON 47 Q.. 511 Ka, Ah CORENE JERRY C' KEN SH SHIRLE ALIC MARTHA STAMPS OMAR SUTTON TOOLFY I 31 1 K A tx Y SMITH E SMITHW 5 r C rg? f r W g7jfff"lllll' 1-Q7 y dll n 5 'flu We the members of the freshman clas lookrng back on our frrst year rn Hugh School feel that xt has been bofh well worfh whale and fun We began our fre hman year by choosing ou Cla 5 officers The Foofball basketball and baseball reams were arded by The arrival of many freshman boy Al o we wash To Thank The homeroom teache 5 M Hoyt Hayes M Ollre Coleman and Mr Helen agan for Therr our fondrng help lhroughouf our fur T year rn high school and are looking forward fo our nexfyear and hope nr vrll be as rewarding as the past year has been S NX l-, lr r l -- Q X .' lm B ll ,-1-' " S., W l K' ,XI ,I i I . In l rr! If . I h S . , ' ' I I ' , r rs. 1 , rs. ' ,, s. R - ' pq s FRESHMEN IRA ALFRED JOHN ARGO SANDY ASHLEY HARRY AVERY JANNETT BALLEW ROYCE BASS ADELAIDE BLAND TEX BLU-:N ,711 X l' ffnfw RONNIE BOWERS JAMIE JONES JOE KEMPSTER LILLIAN BOY9 DICKIE BRYAN SARA CARRAWAY PAULINE CECIL KENNETH CHAMBERLAIN RICHARD CLIFTON JOYCE CLINGAN TOM COOK BILLY COSTON u5"' BILL DALRYMPLE DAVID DEES PAT DENTON PATTI DOUGLAS ' CAROLEN DRAPER SUSAN FISHER LEROY FRANKS ACIE GARDNER I IMMY GOODWIN . Msg? f I DEAMOUS LEWIS SHARON GRAVES NANCY GRAY KEN HEATH LINDA HEATH , LUCY HEFNER GLYNN HOGAN NANCY HOLLEY REBECCA JACOBS FRED JOH NS . iqimf, , xg' . -74' . , 'P ' - F r I'5 .O if . f lu S 9' 'IIID I , ' 'V fx ,K ff Y 1 ,w5.I,gQI" . ,I A N ,Q I A - ' . I' f I A I ci - I ,, ,Q , A. ' X Xk ' vs ' J f I , . I' 1 f L ' I 1 4' A A , Aa I, . I I I f I Q , ll I ?' ,F FRESHM EN ELOISE MARSHBURN 1-, vp- LYLE Lswns KATHERINE LUCAS ROD LUPTON KARLA JEAN PODLICH RONALD POWELL 2, C -1 I Z O W M I f -4 1, If .. 3 o 2, A o Z T XXX N. Xb JEAN MATTHEWS wa-.- 6 4 1 AW EDGAR ALLAN PATRICIA MCCULLA JANICE MELLAS STEVE MICK POE SHIRLEY POTTER KAREN POWELL MARGARET RAJOTTE MICHAEL RANDALL BILLIE JANE REID DENNIS RICKETTS ,J 1 KAY SANDLIN 1.2 Y i BOBBY SALEM PAT SCHOENBERGER DAVID SEATON DIXIE LEE SHELTON ALICE SUTTON BILL VQGLER WILLIAM Q- pw ww A fan n I LINDA WARREN WETHERINGTON K.. T' JEAN WHMEY GARY SAWYER pgggy 510545 DAVID STREET HELEN WINKELS 'UL-d0x..f 51,4-'LL T 491 E716-L GUY SUMPTER RICHARUWINTER 505 WYLL5 2 LL L4L,4,uf I- 4- "' I x - ix Q I QL.- , an L -, . Li ' I pf A I A L, . ' -:Z A Q I . 5' ai 5 7 I A L. , A'fV L., s ,L L 2 'UQ s,,.fQffR f- 4 Q, , II - I LL f I ' f , L X f . . V L f T' -A L . D " LR ' 6. ' f ' 41 LI ' H . v - 'D P: a L 4 L1 , , X 'Z T Sf, ' 1 mg, Q Q .. I -A .2 ...,..........-1 .4,q4,fw'Hfw mKw:'wW3'W'Y,7?I W ,M .1 , A . W "" ' m"""""'HQ... O , A Q Qi ilnnrf-. ---1 5 Q- 'QR l UN. ,Q 9 3- .tv V t f-x., sflf N 5 f is L TWV' '-TN T, ,7 ' y ,. N Xp me W' ll C C if fflkf qx 9, KW W4 as Ill If W tx T Gfce M11 of CIU6' aff' Serves 9151 if lt A -RX NNW Alth ough small Havelock Hagh Schools extra currucular IS well rounded It affords every student op portunxtues for partlcnpatlon In nts vor I ous phases The most lmporta nt thang es that efforts are belng made to nmprove thus extra currncular program wnth each passing year Membershap an these clubs IS open to any student who us willing to partlcnpate actively tn the club program The effects of our club program are for reaching Through It students develop leadership nnntratuve sense of responsubnluty and new and lastlng frtendshlps t yt, "1 X B " ' f, 4 . . I ' ' - x s' 4- .. .. . '. . . ' '-QF ,-. Q ' , ll . . . . - 2 for tx lu . . - . . . ' I. X G . . . v I 5 . . . . . . . D. F . . . .. . LJ t N Editor, Deanna Dyer, Typist, Sue Schoenberger, Associate Editor, Carolyn a Editor Sh ron I McKean, Sophomore Editor. Standing: Judy Dieteman, T . Business Manager, Mickey Stevens, Advetfitihg' V , 1 n, 'Kisficiatte Sport ditorg"PK'5B!'laff'G TH E RAM Ne, the staff of the T958 "Rambler," are taking this opportunity to tell you how much we have en- joyed working on this edition of the Havelock High School Annual . Our work has been made much easier by the capable direction of Mrs. Anne Chadwick, the advisor ot the "Rambler," Ne hope that you will receive as much pleasure from looking through this annual as we have received in working together to bring it to you. Illllflfll al ll ...,--- - .- 1 ' 1 1--lun 'viii Q . in The Annual Staff seated, left to right: Janice Dobie, Sport Editor, Denyse Draper, Art Editor, Alice Starr, Junior ' - ' - ' ' ' Freshm n ' 5 a Photographer, Linda Haynes, Typist, Sylvia, Hoogendgfn, Associate Business Manager. T BLER STA F1-lo A any ,N 'T aw VQ SANDI BERGSTROM Editor-in-Chief EV 5 4' ,Q JV 4- f , STAFF AT WORK ,Q "'Q on-ME K I Y CRI S ax SUE SC HOENBERGER Associate Editor -,,....,,.. . ,....,,. , ,-Q ai ANNE CHADWICK Sponsor if? THE RAMBLINGS Seated Left to Rught .lamce Heath, Emma Lea Kang, Sharon McKean, Lynda Rrgsbee Eleanor Gray, Sylvso Hoogendam, Paulme Cecnl Stand: ng Carole Savage, David Brown, Yvonne Lupton, Otis Gardner, Elaine LePonto THE RAMBLINGS OF H ss stlll rn tts year ond even though nt hos been one of trral and error we hope that everyone has overlooked our mnstakes a has seen the newspaper as whotwe thestoff mean It to be a tangtble bond among the students of Haveloch In the paper, students can readabout thenr fellow class mates and thus know them better through our gossup columns and mtervnews Our goke sectnons have addedl humor to the otherwnse drab school life We hope smcere effort has been used In se curmg the necessary grades lasted on our honor roll En thuslosm has been msprred by the printrng ofeggqys qnd themes An accurate account of sports events has been started from the wntmgs of the sports news Yes, the newspaperhas becomea vatol part of school ltfe, and you the students have mode it MRS J D RAGAN CAROLE SAVAGE LYNDA RlGSBEE Advusor Co-Editor C0-Edrtor pn Z ws! -4 'T lf 11 H..S.' ' "first . I ' nd I I ' .4 Q x' 9 h Jef' -it! - , "' MQ, Q s . , ' : ' .. ' n ' ' Q l '. ' : ' , . I . so. I O O ew 'G 2 as l r --7 I N 'Q LEADERS OF AMERICA 'W' mlllifom .ark I eg , K I E-,... iff 4 ' X5 4 ...J .J I V f 1 Z X R 'l l l lt ml E. up xy - HA, ,. '11 W XA "Q SUE SC HOENBERGER President . :FV -f .35 6' l api Bottom Row, Lett to Right: Deanna Dyer,yLmg,Ew9W0", Poe Elaine Watkins, Amelia Fadrick, Maf Sue Schoenberger Clagg, Eleanor Gray, Louanna , Hague, June Lewis, Put Zuwaslfy. Second Row: Mrs. Rogan, Joyce Wingate, Betty Jean Lockey, Emma Lea King, Janice Heath, Linda Haynes, Anna Robinson, Judy Frie. Third Rowzilebecca Miller, Elaine Lasater Beth Couch, Shirley Ballevl, Libby Hubbard, Judy Reigner, Yvonne Lupton David Brown, Roger Ragydale, Walt Mclntire. Fourth Row: Donna Frie, Elaine ' Batt Whaley, Janice Doble, Lance Boris, Thema! ' Weeks, Lynda Rigsbw LePanto, Pearl Sandhn, y Hill. Fifth Row: Alice Starr, Judy Dieteman, Marian Carole Savage, Thad Wallace. ROGER RAGSDALE Treasurer JUDY RE IG NER Reporter PAT EAWASKY HISfOl'lqn Fay Smithwick, Delores dw WONNE LUPTON Co Vice President ALICE STARR SeCrefory 'Fl !'! '21 xiii if THE BAND ON PARADE AT CHRISTMAS. B e N D soft HOOD Yslid ' eC-'lot a Ol' During the current school session the Craven County band, under the direction of Mr. Ray Hood and Mr. Dov i d Jones, has continued to ins pir e an outstanding musical organization of student musicians from fourteen county schools. From grade and high schools over the county the membership rehearses once a week. The band is called on to perform for athletic events, for parades, con- certs and each time responds with enthusiam and skill. This cooperative effort is fun for the participants and furnishes real entertain- ment for the community. its continuing effort will be divided at giving extended experiences to the band members andfiner performances for the listening public. fi! 5 ,O ,M q , X- , 5 f I, 5 r - I 1 K . -.' ' 5 f tv S , H bi ' 'pfg tl-2 yi" I' Z!" Q,1-:' N ui 'i y r, . 'f a K. 1 .3 sf , , V, 4.,, V , 4 i v ' w ' A V 5, X' f Jif vi, 1-x wil L '. 2 7, I I' -,Nanny W ,W-,f ,W ,,y,,wMf.,v . NH 25557 ff A MAJORETTES MAJORETTES Alice Smithwiclc Head Maiorette Martha Stamps Billie June Pittman Sherry Wood Fay Smifhwick fj'f4?ff"lf,ff 4.1 iff O 5: 3 fav Q V' . X, . ,xxx MAJORETTES ON PARADE AT CHRISTMAS if fig ,f 1 , , . Y , if J I 4 'VX ,js 2 I I , . X . 1' ' un, I ,I 5 ., L N 4, ,H . , X N K"' if ,bm S X .I -I-. - 1X 1' 1 ,lj . . . it 'Vi is I I xi ll Ns 4 -A A fi U , . ki ' I , , , A ., I I Q ,z f s , , I Y . .. , ,LM 5 , "HILL BILLY WEDDING" Characters left to right: Riclfxard Smith, Charles Adams, Jackie Smithwick, Otis Fay Smithwiclc, Jo Ann Parsons, Lee Wayne Banks, Elaine Watkins, Vina Ferguson, Louanna Poe. -.wif ' 'Lv' . , vi V if ,,,, 1 , I , I t W ,, QWVQYW I ' W I' fu 61? W. --3, "I I , A ,K J x Q I if , sfieuffa- V fs 1 HI if , l - l V-N-7 W, ,wif I s.fsff2""'V ftfiyidfe-I 4-1 if "N ,f "' I. , ha' 1 I .ILL P' , ...m 4?...g.,-..4-....-,An ., 4 .. - , ff! A 'Sa .QP 9:- ff 1-, 'wi li County Glee Club presenting the Christmas concert. Pianist: Miss Hoskins. Music Director: Mrs. Oliver Richardson. GLEE CLUB School Glee CIub:First Row:Carole Savage, Judy Dieteman, Lynda Rigsbee, Janice Heath, Becky Cotton, Linda Hill, Sharon Yates. Second Row: Shirley Smith, Hilda Hill, Gay Nell Woodward, Nell Davis, Margaret Yates, Karen Kunz, Sherry Wood. Third Row:Carole Connor, Ann Mclntire,Shirley Ballew, Donna Ellers, Alice Smithwick, Adelaide Bland, Charlotte Cox. The H.H.S. Glee Club was formed in i956 under the direction of Mrs. Oliver Richardson, director of the county choral program. Again this year Mrs. Richardson is with us. Under her able direction the members of the club are helped to develop an appreciation of good music and those who wish to continue in the music field are provided with a good foundation . Many types of music are sung, for example they are, religious, popular and old favorites. During this year the glee club gave two concertsgone at Christmas and another in the spring. JUNIOR cmd SENIOR PROM 1957 ICI B1 li --......,, i ' Q .A ' .., v ,HW ,. . 1.1 A frh 1 h , -y .f Q if w il. ffm. 7413 .f X :W W RA X The spark oflufe at Havelock High the magic ingredient which rounds out mere parasites the greatest builder of character one ofthe most important phases of school life our competitive sports . . I . . . . school life, the thing that makes us living parts of our great school rather than I I FOOTBALL TEAM A I I 24" g A 4 RICHARD LEE RICHARD LUPTON gmwf hw:-1 'wmv fp ' w af Ik N434 'Ill ' Y' 33 6-TQ? Kneelung Kneeling, Fnrst Row Left to Rnght Jerry Ellers, Larry Robertshaw Davnd Seaton Walter Mclntre, Richard Lee, Ruchard Clnfton, Edgar Allan Poe Bobby Salem, Bull Dalrumple, Lance Banks, Coach John Barnes Second Row Coach Hoyt Hayes Ken Heath Thomas Hall Tommy Moore, Wayne Banks Rnchard Lupton, James Seaton Bob Deaton Harry Avery Rlcharcl Baylnss, Harry Harduson,Manager Th I rd Row Joe Hulburn Manager Homer Wellons Ken Shakely, Jackne Smnthwuck Rnchard Crawford Denms Rncketts, Ray Frauenholtz, Jerry Shelton Rod Lupton -QQQ HOYT HAYES JOHN BARNES Coach Coach air. -..ug ,-e'4""' ' ' A f 1 . , . - - .. R , ' . . , . . Qi y tyqwsw 2, 1 yi -.,-. ..-S 5 . .., , .,,, . M., 5 . f- ft ' ' ' ,I . , .. ' If 5 ' ' H. ' N -f - 3""T Y-Eff t '. ' . 'Y."3i.f H - .. -nn.-.. ,. 1-1' .N . - . I . - .. . 4-,1 .. . .:-- N4 ,, , 512 75,4 4 H1 jj- , I ,154 ,-.- ,.,,, A 1 Q- if 3, ,,.,sv., f, - -. ,.-.,,- ,llvfn 41: mtg L 'Tx . S t F I 1 ' 7 ' mx., W ,. - . 4 I Y W J m,1,....4 'Y 3:-C N ' 'fggfuffims . - - 2 . ' nwiw "Wi TEES, . L C , ,. Q?- '2--., L lf, nf, 1' e , ' - h F-L1, ,A 9,11 M P, ' f .J-gLf.z:,ff . I Safer-A" D - f 'am cal m:-v,1-jf..',Q,,L'-' -XM, iff' . ' V . , , .-A15 . 3 , Q - A.. rw ' lfnlrw gm-'FV" ' I 5 I I I . : , I 1 1 1 , , . 2 I I I r I I ' Q 'Q Q, , A " W F xl - , ' .1 , ' 1 X: , , A ' ' ' " T ' are " 4 X - -nw , s 'al V 'Q-. F . -0 , W, - x, N N 'Tw-nk. ' -MM : - 3 , , H-T 5 "R ." " "': " -:auf 'VLA' l ACTION SHOTS a H 11-if ?"'9 Je 'N 'E v JUNIOR VARSITY First Row, Left to Right: James Seaton, Mike Shadle, Earl Mozingo, Graham Rouse, David Seaton, Tom Cook, Bill Vogler Second Row: Gary Sawyer, Glenn Everett, Guy Sumpter, Rod Lupton, Glynn Hogan, Ken Heath, Coach Hayes. Third Row Ken Shakely, Royce Bass, Ritchie Crawford, Edgar Allan Poe, Manager. 'E' -iff-7.. im K-.figs l j' . , K . l i X J' I y X COACH HOYT HAYES fl BASKETBALL VARSITY Z First Row, Left to Right: Manager, Harry Hardison, Lance Banks, Walt Mclntire, Ray Frauenholz, Richard Lee, Tommy Moore Second Row: Manager, Joe Hilburn, Jackie Smithwick, Bob Denton, Richard Lupton, James Seaton, Coach Barnes 0 Ag tx. .1 Q - 'v 1 sg Q' 'Q 1 'ffffwri m "' EWWIIQAHZ IC K6 W f COACH JOHN BARNES 0 , ,,T ,,,,,,,, , , J Q I. I YELLS Catch it! Pass itl Dribble down the floorl Come on RAMS, Raise that scorel Bo Bo Ski Watten Dotten, I've been eating Dough Skidi Be, Skidi Bo Come on team and let's gol End, tackle, center, guard Hit that line and hit it hardl Hit 'em high and hit 'em lowl Come on team and let's go! I l " 7779 if ' Wy 5 U-im - J c .XX A ixxyg " gistf 'f li i Alternate Cheerleaders: Amelia Padrick, Pauline Cecil, Jerry Joyce. h 5 sc 7' Q . Mv- ,f 4 . f 3 , , 9 f 7. f' M, MQIUIL-Y' 'hui' Ly fm oe....1'w-J4a.M.-.. f gy , , f4'14f'5i"?'m K -vw Q dw 4 , 4 ,, wtf? ,- 151 xv' ,qt 4 'ffl -RL A ig, if AJ The followxng advertnsers constitute a representatuve group ot Havelock merchants who through thenr nnterest In our school have helped make the publncatnon of thus annual possuble We of the RAM BLER staff Nash to thank you the merchants for your support and we urge the students at Havelock Hugh to patronnze you lk! J f .M '7' 1 41 AN r AY N v l , 'ff 'L ' . 7. , N I L f 2 3 ' 1, V ,ZX X v :V ,. ' 'If O , X J 4, ,V 1 V ' ' ,IAQM 1' I! 4, , ff-f' lax s J ff L7 1 ,I K ly 7 4? -- p tg .f M 1 X 1 1 V I A ' V ' I, f f M ,f V I . ' ' 4 J Y, J! x f ' B- '- n ' xx ll u 1 4 , I I L I V , , '-f--'FT-' --Tia,-L' , ' 1 5 A' W . U Q W . I 1 I I N f N 'sis H " 1 ' Q. J fl' x, S i ax, tjl J W ' , Y N ' 1 ll .Q . 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