Lumberton High School - Pirateer Yearbook (Lumberton, NC)

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Through this edition, we, the '63 PIRATEER staff, hope to preserve these memories. Table of Contents Introduction 2 Dedication 3 Faculty 4- 18 Activities 19- 60 Sports 61- 85 Ir. High 87-100 Freshmen 102-110 Sophomores 111-121 Juniors 122-131 Seniors 132-181 Compliments 182-183 Snapshots 190 Farewell Dedication Mr. Alton Brooks His enthusiasm, both on and off the athletic field. has inspired not only several championship teams but also a high degree of sportsmanship and school spirit among the student body. His outgoing personal- ity and his outstanding leadership will long be remembered by the students of Lumberton High School. To express our sincere appreciation to him for all he has done, the '63 PIRATEER staff proudly dedi- Cates this 1963 PIRATEER to Coach Tunny Brooks. Superintendent DR. L. GILBERT CARROLL elwol Board Members 1 ' ff ' Mrs. Frank P. Wardg Dr. L. Gilbert Carroll, secretaryg Dr. Douglas Clark, chairmang Mrs. Mildred Bergg Mr, Howard Cooperg Mr. Ingram Hedgpethg Mr. Knox Barnesg and Mr. E. A. Sundy. 4 Prtnczpal Ujftce Secretary MR. WILLIAM C. GAY Director of Instruction MRS. FRANCES COLLINS MR. DAVID ROGERS MRS. ELIZABETH SHAW, B.A. Degree Mathematics MISS SHIRLEY HOFFMAN, B.S., M. A. Degree Science, Education MRS. MONTINE STANCIL, A. B. Degree English, Mathematics, Latin MR. KENNETH MERRITT, B.S. Degree Mathematics Mathematics MR. VERNON MCNEILL, A.B. Degree Mathematics, History MRS. NELL BRAY, B.S. Degree English, Social Studies MRS. MARIORIE FARMER, A.B., M.A. Degree English, Latin MRS. PAULINE FRAZIER. A.B. Degree English MRS. GRACIE DAVIS. B.A. Degree English, French MRS. SARAH RICHBOURG, A.B. Degree English lEUp5g lisii MRS. EDNA BULLARD, A.B. Degree English, Social Studies r 5 f x I Foreign Languages MRS. MARTORIE FARMER, A. B., M. A. English, Latin MRS. MARY STEPHENS, A.B., M.A. Mathematics, French, English Social Studies MRS. ELSIE BRITT. B.A. Degre-e History, English MRS. MAUDE SMITH, A.B., M. A. Degrees Social Studies, French, English MRS. HELEN TREADAWAY, A.B. Degree Social Studies MRS. MAYBELLE MCDUFFIE. A.B. Degree History, English, French -fanny Business Education MRS. MARY H. GUY A.B. Degree Commerce and Mathematics MISS HILDA M. ROBERTS B. S. Degree Business Education Industrial Arts MR. CHARLES T. HAMILTON B. S. Degree Industrial Arts Home Economics MRS. MARY L. MARKHAM B.S. Degree HomeE nomics Music MR. ROBERT CRUMPLER, B.S. Degree Music Library MRS. LOLA DAVIS, A.B. Degree Library Science, English Distributifue Education MRS. NINA T. LINEBERRY B. S. Degree Distributive Education and Business Education W Guidance Counselor MR. JOHN D. Moorua A.B. D g e '11 dG 'dan Science MR. KENNETH MERRITT, B.S. Degree Mathematics MRS. LENA BULLARD, A.B., B.S. Degrees Mathematics, Science MRS. DOLLOIS UNDERWOOD, A.B. Degree Biology, General Science MRS. VIRGINIA TRUSLOW, B.S. Degree Home Economics., Science Q 31, We5QmAC1LkVllVIeS ,Jil ,Ama u MAYME PRICE FTA Who as ROSE ANN SHAW Journalism JOHN SHEPHERD BARBARA NAN PITTMAN GLENN GOODYEAR Key Club Alpha Omega Hi-Y LEON ELLIS Classical Club Library Club 20 Club CHERRY HINNANT Penny Bunch Who HENRY WARD MACKIE MCINTYRE French Club Band Captain JANE HEDGPETH H. L. ROBINSON KAY CLINE Glee Club Monogram Club FHA and DE Clubs Pres Ldents DON GILLESPIE HERBERT FLOYD Debate Club National Honor Society l 2 I National Merit CHERYL DAVIS BETTY GRAY Honorable M6nIiOH Honorable Mention MERRY CHAMBERS DAR Good Citizen Morehead Selzolarshqv Nominees HERBERT FLOYD DON GILLESPIE GLENN GOODYEAR Girls State ANNE WALLACE Boys ' State l 9' ALICE WARD bfs Q3 9 a -E N 1 X1 X 1 I E , Ml -Jim a ulIlllllQQl GLENN GOODYEAR JAMES TREADAWAY MIKE OLIVE DENNIS O'QUINN KNOCKY THORNDYKE DAVID PERKINS - 7, ! 5 H E 0 m e C i 0 , m i 5 Q "L 8' i K 5 s 1 9 6 3 3 24 ,,, 7 , ,, -how . x if af mn, A Q. igmumwmwww f K A 91, . Q 5,25 x., Q :xg ms- 'J'QS1x" fag. Q-F ri Ziff' ' ' 7 - . wzaiyf A. x SQ? Q h. Life K 8 Ai ww .J if. if . Miss Beverly Bauer Homecoming Queen COYOL S Cav Boro -25:5 L, A Dkowm Do.-4 is Pam LQK H1 1- 1 D OYTYICETKYJQS 4oDLaf1,exz, 'JK 0'fWJ-L6'YY'L'l'K3 ational ,. .- Honor ociety . ig fs, f Q A if S5155 Vfsif s asa ,, ,, , s if , , -U s L ll 4 Q, 5 4. 12' I if 5 If i L , if-Q sf' 3 if as N-al sl? 5 Ms, ' k K 'S aff' Qs' - L ,,.,f-N ' . my ,V Z iiii i r' L L -M , , ,, ,:,,:,: is .f are - - ' f y M , , , If - ,,L,' 1 ' -. - . : 54?5f!?i",: ,r is ' 'N " 5-1, V : K ? X 1 1 , A 52-A an K QE.. :nilb K f v sf' Y Ah 4. E + , Sandra Newton, Glenn Goodyear, Cheryl Davis, Merry Chambers, Don Gillespie, Maggie Hill, Lauren McLean, Lee Mc- Lean, E. K. Howard, Elizabeth Rising, Barbara Caine, Susan Wilkins, Sally Caldwell, Amanda Coffey, Theresa , , ,- -4-, Britt, Betty Gray, Sherry Bailey, Mar- garet Ann Coyle, Janice Hatchell, Gin ny Truslow, Rose Ann Shaw, Herbert Floyd, David King, James MacLeod, Suzanne MacLeod, and Alice Ward. M, Q M ri ' ,.' . ,ma . .. The National Honor Society is a non-profit organization made up of Juniors and Seniors who meet the qualifications set. The students should exhibit qualities of character, leadership, service, and scholarship. h Marshals ijsfv Chief Marshal Assistant Chief HERBERT FLOYD GLENN GOODYEAR .'L ww wr ns., in u.. W .Mr i. 'E , gy WI' Ay'-., fi W ard lice Mayme Price, A MacLeod, Suzimrie spie Dori Gille ins, R Per David y White, S Io Rose Ami Shaw, is, HV aryl D E U Marr y Chambers. 11 ndra Newto Sa MJ WY 22 M . L- X if - if 1 W 1 5?- 1252 IW J ,1 W .EZ Ks , W, 231. Ei X, . E22 2 Officers of the Student Council are left to right: Julie Livingston, secretaryg Bobby McKee, sergeant-at armsg Nancy Walton, chief cheerleaderg Chip Stone, vice-presidentg and Theresa Britt, treasurer. tudent Council Members of the Student Council are first row: Ronnie Strickland, Pete Ellis, Zack Smith, Stuart Dris- coll, Iohnny Hester, Demming Ward. Second row: Ginny Truslow, Sherry Bailey, Marsha McLean, Mayme Price, Merry Chambers, Ruth Ann Baker, Alice Ward. Third row: Hiram Prevatt, Dave Taylor Clyde Hatcher, Ray Overstreet, James MacLeod, Charles Livermore, Dick Holmes. wwf gull- lf? fs., E fi J S91 91119291 0 0019 I u, S zz' 6 L VL. 0 L T 0 r 35 L.H.S. Band Linda Atkinson, Drum Major Linda Hatcher, Head Majoretteg Barbara Nan Pittmang Donna Stephens Sandra Amersong Srnantha Biggings. 36 Glee Club The Lumberton High Glee Club has come a long way in the past few years. They have grown in size as well as in popularity. There are fifty-eight members enrolled. Mr. Robert Crumpler, the new director has done an exceptional job in directing the Glee Club. This year the Glee Club gave a combined Christmas program with the band, which was held on December 20. They also entered contests during the month of March. Penny unch Tri-Hi-Y The Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y, under the leadership of Cherry Hinnant, president, accomplished a great deal this year. With the help ofthe other officers, Diane Iones, vice-presidentg Betty Gray, secretaryg Cheryl Davis, treasurerg Sandra Newton, sergeant-at-armsg and Wanda Ray, chaplain, the club had a talent show, helped a needy family, and gave the annual Sham- rock Dance at which the new Sham- rock Queen was crowned. Ahyha Umega Tri-Hi-Y 'Q' The Alpha Omega Tri-l-li-Y has had a good year under the lead ership of Barbara Pittman, presi- dentg Sarah Ward, vice-presidentg Brenda Singletary, secretaryg Sue Price, treasurerg Linda Atkinson, sergeant-at-armsg and Betty Rose Wishart, chaplain. The Club has almost ninety members this year. The girls have sponsored many projects including p 1 a dance after a ball game, a candy l'i':f ,tty flt ' , - . K ,af asfiy Sale- helping fi needy family at ttssi iQ N Christmas, the annual Powder Puff 'P Z ' Game, and their annual Christmas .,i, .t,,ptyL,t5pt t fi, N ,wf si yfffg g g Dance. ,af , -A 'T . .t.. .t.,,r,r.,1-. 1 39 y my mf, i . VAZM i - 5 ',"Z , " P 5 4 it V ' gg D- . , 4 il l A, J Q "L , it Q., 5 will - , . ' , , W A , y, i7 A p y is ,.,, , M af- '55 . Q. :', p rf, p V, in . ,.fy , tg K ' ": , , is 3 at . H 0.1 The Hi-Y, under the capable leadership of Glenn Goodyear, president, Mike Doares, vice-presidentg Dick Holmes, treasurerg Herbert Floyd, secretaryg Bobby McKee, sgt. at arms, and James MacLeod, chaplain, co-sponsored a Christmas dance, helped a needy family, held two spring house parties, played the Key Club in a basketball game, and con- tinued to support Andrew, their foster child in Greece. , 131 1 It X -.2 L M. J N P M 4 sq 4 'md x Sian . " 'fs fiezsf 1 'Els W y J Nl . I kk T Kszrk ' f 'iff it J I : t ' t . 4 it Q 3 Q s' I plisw. I 3 'AA Q i i C a s A-s i as Key lub Everything was copacetic with the Key Club this year. The Key Club Show blasted out your way every Monday night over WTSB. A Christmas dance was given jointly by the Key Club and Hi-Y. A much-needed week-end beach party was held during the spring. The swing ing leaders of this year's club were: John Shepherd, presidentg David King, vice-presidentg Johnny Wishart, secretaryg Joey White, treasurerg and Brantley Clifton, sgt. at arms. L24 llicmce Frangiaise The French Club, which is composed of all the seniors and juniors who are taking second and third year French, is renowned for the French plays, pre- sented before all the students and also before the P. T. A. They sing many Christmas songs in the class- room and in the halls for the other students. Henry Ward president Herbert Floyd vice-president Ray Overstreet vice-president Alice Ward secretary-treasurer Linda Livermore secretary-treasurer Classical lub In the spring a Latin Banquet was held, and the Latin I students were sold as slaves to the Latin II students. The Junior Classical League Convention in Chapel Hill was attended by the Latin students in March. Last August six representatives attended the National Junior Classical League Convention in Montana. The Classical Club elected the following officers this year: Leon Ellis, president, Patsy Mees, vice-presidentg Emily Parnell, secretary, Helen Allen, treasurer, and Glenda Freeman, parliamentarian. Monogram Club be f -. A r S, If it L... Z'-J"' 5,111 I T ai 031 '-EQ: 5 L 24 . The Monogram Club has been under the leadership of H. L. Robinson, presidenrg Mackie Mclntyre, vice-presidentg Meg Harrington, secretaryg Theresa Britt, treasurerg and sergeant-av arms, Bob Parnell. The Club's activities include selling programs at the football games, selling decals, and operating the concession stand. 4-4 Junior Recreation Council ,f 3 gif '1 I L 0 ?1 The Junior Recreation Council is the planning committee for teen activities within the City Recreation Department. They sponsor dances after the ball game, Halloween activities, and other special events. 45 i Future Teachers of America ' 1. I 5 , 5 , , , f E 'ff YR mm fl: .. 5. L ' LL' 55 5 4' K, A, we 9 rin. 1 ef! .3 x 'x 4' , ,' " ' .,fE2fa-- '1 . -. 5 21 Ju ,fn , fi if " f 'J -x- . 7 'Ya 425 T77 ' .. Ca, ngr, , r The F. T. A. was headed this year by Mayme Price, presidentg Alice Ward, vice- presidentg Lana Tyndall, treasurerg Jane Teague, secretaryg Frances Floyd, chaplaing Mrs. Underwood, advisor. The F. T. A. officers helped serve at the N.C.E. A. banquet. Each member was as- signed a teacher to help throughout the year. FHA. The Future Homemakers of America, headed by Kay Cline, has carried out a full schedule of activi- ties for this school year. This included a Valentine Dance and an Easter egg hunt for needy children. Offce Assistants Cherry Hinnanr, Alice Ward, Mary Wilkerson, Joyce Fisher, Ann Wallace, Merry Chambers, Betty Kin law, Emily Parnell, Kenny Bryan, Jane Hedgpeth, Nancy Walton, Cheryl Davis, and Wanda Ray. Library lub The Library Club is a service club whose aim is to make more available to students and teachers the books and mate- rials they need. Officers for this year are follows: Leon Ellis, presidentg Dianne Davis, vice-presi- dentg Glenda Freeman, secretaryg and Patsy Musselwhite, treasurer. Debate Club 1122 2 Q IA: .C 'ir T 0 A Q1 1. ,If w 1 Q O The Debate Club this year was headed by the following officers: Don Gil- lespie, presidentg Herbert Floyd, vice-presidentg Glenn Goodyear, secretary- treasurer. The purpose of the Debate Club is to give interested students an op- portunity to debate current topics and to learn the proper techniques of debating To accomplish this purpose, regular judged debates were held throughout the year. Also the Lumberton Club participated in the Triangle Debates with Rock- ingham and Hamlet. fournalism Club This year the Journalism Club has been pushed to the press by Rose Ann Shaw, editorg and Lauren and Lee McLean, co-assistant editors. The Journalism members have been quite busy pecking away at the typewriter keys. Every week their column, "High-Life, High-Lites, " has appeared in the Lumberton Post. Also several very interesting editions of the TREASURE CHEST, our school paper, have been published. A limited number of sophomores, juniors, and seniors compose this club. It is their job to let every one in on the secrets of L. H. S. l,...271-Q Lili 4.-:Il 5 . Z IE Qt -iii ' Qui- . as Z.. - 4 L- A S F --9-- 7 f f" , 0 ' ,, , A of " - . Q' Sl I ' U , Sf mi r 'E '95 Y , ' ' N ' M "fr Fi . f ,: h V- 7. , , , rr r we 5 3 I , , s ' -tk 2 V 5 . ' ' M, . 1 A , 'W c by Q ,A u ,. H, ,y 1 -N. , 'V X ani? 3? A is .- miles I 7 I Q 1 . 'aa 6 ,Q L,,L t ra: k,.k,, f, S W K ,. i -, L ei i-' - ,.f - i -n':", "k,' r 7 p v kfrfgi ,vib H X -:,Vf. I 3 Y, , Mk 8 btw ,... t, it qw .. Nt 'QW :.,.. I gk ,kg ' gg - t ,if s ui! AQ: if 'J Q, ' f A,,. ' V il i f K3 W4 7 H , ' L Im dent of the Southeastern District. Partici- pants entered district contests of job inter- viewing, public speaking, and salesman- ship. The D. E. students learn a great deal from the invaluable training they receive in the D. E. program under the direction of Mrs. Nina Lineberry. Q rr , . ,Q 33654. 13-ff sa sf el- 'ax ., rm-5 P rig xi , . EE K M? 1? 4' P2 8 xiii swf A ff y x W D. E. Club The D. E. Club is composed of 46 Distributive Education students who are interested in classroom instructions and on- the-job training. Every year members are elected to represent the D. E. Club in the Southeastern District and state conventions This year Tommy Hodge was elected presi t lkrk Q Ni V Wqlu' it I 'K X . 'Skki'.'A K "f Vkkr , K X 'y it i 34 inf, Y 'Q Aiiy D T s 1 I P D ,, ' P fha . .1 uz ug ' p. A V' V ga., 52 of ,rr T as 45 ef m Fl '45 if fc .. Q ' exif' 3 Y -A fi , K I I' ig! 0 'f fan 4 Jggi ix Y. . .4 1 , r4,":Rf"j 53 It 1 v A f 4. ig. KA, if HK:'43 X i" xi if ' .QL "6 fifiw' f gif, its fr ,f .Q 'Mi is-if 2 E M 4 4 if VA, -Q . In-.eil ' ' ' f 5 fgjl X Q' , 4 - , , fp . . A ' if if l ' Q., K if A g fx ,, r 6 - If ' , 5 Q 2 T53 b Q M 13 i T CL E I5 Cl GINNY TRUSLOW Assistant Editor MERRY C HAMBERS Editor-in-Chief 1 5 X Q is I ""'!Q ,NW W f 6. wg, if rl CHERYL DAVIS and ALICE WARD RAY OVERSTREET and TOMMY THOMPSON Senior Class Editors Sports Editors 5 I N4 PATSY MEES, LINDA PRESSLEY, SALLY O'OUINN, MARTHA BRAY Class Editors 111 if, new ' A E kfv Q ,eff as Asia., -M-.J .- 1g?35-iifffggfirm, ,sw sw K sw zu: M Q fmwgm :gg.,RggQ fs ,g -gm , E 5, viii , , .f,mswgQ:SS25,s,f, is sf: fgzshwies-:fflgf fi 12215 sw if ar Lei' f' 'iiazjisgi- .:fffg5. gm: aw, S E 5 x 1' 15 em , .... '51 JAMES TREADAW AY Business Manager MLKE DOARES Assistant Business Manager JOHNNY WISHART JOYCE FISHER JANE TEAGUE HERBERT FLOYD Typisrs 'T 4 gg 1" ku , , 2 'fl K FRA NCES FLOYD Kc f L X Q , 19:3 BEVERLY BAUER Administration Editor Art Editor cf 3? tg- ff -V 5 X X t ""in- C 'x ' I W Mr A tv MAGGIE HILL Activities Editor ! MISS HILDA ROBERTS JANE TEAGUE and MIKE DOARES Advisor Photographers MEG HARRINGTON, NANCY WALTON, and LYL MAC LEAN Club Editors Annual Staff at Work Beauty at work Shhhl Here comes . . . Me?? Work! Work! Work! "Censored" Well, there weren't any more chairs W, J When you're through we want you to . . . ,g Y-1 Quit copying! Lui U R fa 535 1 X L'-'PQ 'QR I . wf f Q A TY X W F , ax, QXLQV. i gliiipgj K e ,-:X L CWWNERX lx an :X.r K Q 3 was M-wif? 32 W , I Q gf 'E V Z Q ,,A, . , f A Y ww wan , U 5 fs 55" f Wh' i ' Q r. . W N J- A! 5. My 'Y My , . La fir fwu 1 1 .. , Q, 1- we- , 'ja 1, F v-43221 , f,k.X,,Lbg ,,., 4 AN L E ,159g1:kgQ9?'sfMgf,xi1"1,. A ww ff' Q Q - A wk- Night Before Team's in the Huddle We'f6 No, The 1 Te YA ers 1311 WO66 d Hugs Tri-Captains " v 'lr H. L. ROBINSON TOMMY THOMPSON BOB PARNELL " Flash" " Red" "Robert" Senior Quarterback Senior Fullback Senior Guard All- Conference Page r,f a 64 GRADY SMITH DAVID LAMBETH BRANTLEY CLIFTON "Earl" "Dave" "Fat Man" Senior End Senior Tackle Senior Guard S me new me V. ii H V S L. A V T I ' at 5 x 'ian MACKIE MCINTYRE CHARLES RUSSELL RAY OVERSTREET "Mickey" "Ruse11" "Body Bemis" Senior Halfback Senior Halfkrack Junior Center Eastern Regional State Playoff 1 Q, -. . Q ,N V F I . Q A Q 'apr at . L . - 'R ffm ye 1 , ' R,fk EAAA Conference Champions FIRST ROWg Wishart, T. Smith, Robinson, Thompson, Parnell, Sealey SECOND ROW: Gillespie, Clifton, Ransom, Mclntyre, Davis, Spruill, Hatcher THIRD ROW: Russell, G. Smith, Bollinger, Goodyear, Jackson, McLeod Quai' PW' R 1' ' of 3 -2' il P! no f ,ri g ,, ,ggfifyk CHIP "Harvey" STONE MALCOLM "Clear" MCLEOD TERRY "Emily" SMITH Junior End Junior Tackle Sophomore Halfback JOHNNY WISHART ll Empyil Manager 1 . fs, , 'en ., 3 BILLY " Bi1'1'1bo" BRYAN RICHARD "Raleigh" BOLLINGER BEN "Ben" LAMBETH Sophomore Tackle Junior End Senior Tackle i W' new my X KH, 1' G "Fancy meeting you here! " JIMMY "Lefty" RANSOM Senior Guard a,A,j 35 .f gk GLENN "Brainy" GOODYEAR Senior Guard " Dance ballerina, dance E " .....i. CLYDE " Goat" HATC HER Sophomore Quarterback 69 N ,. R 4 DON "Clutch" GILLESPIE Senior End JACKIE "Sober" SPRUILL Junior Halfback .oss -W-nf' "Nice block, Ray?" TOMMY "TOIT1" WATKINS GERALD "Jones" JONES Junior End Sophomore Guard 70 L. H. S. 7 '7 33 7 13 26 ALLEN Weed GARDNER Senior Tackle GIL "Gil" MCNEIL Frosh Tackle 1962 LUMBERTON PIRATES RESULTS Raeford Lauringburg Wadesboro Rockingham Sanford Whiteville L. H. S. 6 20 0 6 0 27 7 20 O 13 0 6 Dunn O Fayetteville 24 Hamlet 7 Clinton 13 Roxboro 6 Rockingham 13 fChampionshipj 'The Lumberton Pirates' football season lasted 47 seconds too long! !" 0 HAROLD "Punk" PHILLIPS Junior Halfback A-. WAYNE "T. J." DAVIS Sophomore Center 7I Basketball STANDING: Stone, Byrd, Floyd, King, Overstreet, McPhatter BOTTOM ROW: Russell, Clifton, Robinson, Thornclyke, White, Smith KR R 1 KNOCKY T HORNDYKE GEORGE MCPHATTER Co-Captain Co-Captain CHIP STONE Center 9 -963 RAY OVERSTREET Forward lb if rf H. L. ROBINSON Forward CHARLES RUSSELL JOEY WHITE Forward Guard GRADY SMITH Guard ' ' , Forw ard ' ' V W'3.5f-"KL:Lffgj? 'W 331 , BRANTLY CLIFTON HENRY BYRD Center DAVID KING RANDY FLOYD Guard Forward Action Shots H. L. Robinson Third Base Ch ip Stone no Mo Mike Malinsky Pitcher Grady Smith Pitcher First Base 76 Knocky Thorndyke 9 DOD MCKenize Second Base SHOFISIOP Mike Olive Clyde Hatcher shortstop Second Base Sammy Thorndyke Outfield Dav1d Kmg Outfleld Ray Overstreet Outfield Buddy Brock Catcher Lumberton High Coaching Staff Www' . MR. TOMMY BRISSON MR. RUPERT COLLINS MR. ALTON BROOKS MR. FINLEY READ . ,ng Track Braswell, Currie, Teague, Taylor, McIntyre, Kinlaw, Pittman, Atkinson, Jeans, Hardin, DeVane, Valenti, MacLeod, Lambeth. Charles Russell Daryl Kinlaw High Jump 100 - 220 I' H " H We if .M rr,,,.r ., , . 1 7 'ffPJf:,gg:,"fv'2 3. fifiiw rzli 'iff '51 9 mf, J . ,ggi ig-4-,fzfurfffgrfm , .4 K , r r Q . , , Q".A . , V . ..M..m. ii, , af, . Nu is . ,,.. . 5, ,. ,ei . .. , .. X .. m. 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Rowan J 77.1- -Q J 1 t, 5 X1 117 5' Q. 4 X 1" N- Z, il .1 , 1 r I I Q ' ' I I 1 I 1k K , f ' " ' , w, Q Q ..- N 86 "" ' '-" x l ,,,,,,,-s W-4' V' fl'-an MR. HAYWOOD DAVIS Principal MRS. SALLIE H. ATKINSON Special Education MRS. DORIS S. AYCOCK Eighth Grade MR. JOHN T. BRISSON Eighth Grade MRS. ALMA BRITT Seventh Grade MRS. EDNA W. BULLARD Librarian MRS, ROSE W. CARMICAL Seventh Grade Junior Higl Faculty MRS. FRANCES M. COLLINS Seventh Grade MRS. HENRIETTA CREEKMORE Eighth Grade ' MRS. LUCILLE I. HIPP Seventh Grade MRS. HILDA B. HUTCHERSON Seventh Grade MRS. CHARLOTTE H. LEWIS Seventh Grade MRS. JUNE L. MCKENSIE Eighth Grade MRS. JANE S. MCLEAN Seventh Grade MRS. KATHERINE I. PAGE Eighth Grade MR. J. FLNLEY READ Eighth Grade MISS RUTH C. 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Y ' V m mf Ginny French Don Fuller Douglas Goodwin Nancy Gray Kenneth Greene Carolyn Hall Erin Harris Richard Harris Robert Harris Linda Hayes Larry Heflin Ikey Helgren Lucy Herring Nancy Herring Woodrow Herring Johnny Hester Ollie Hodgson Harriet Holmes Brenda Ivey Carolyn Ivey Ronnie Ivey Anne Marie Jamin Lyman Kelly Penny Kirkman Linda Lawson Anne Lemmond Johnny Little Gloria Ann Locklear Johnny Lytton Anne Mauney Judy May Mike McCarthy Georgia McCartney Mike McDaniel Douglas McEwen Marshall McLean Sally McLean Becky McNeill Bunny McNeill Linda Mercer Joseph Mercurio Ronnie Newton Georgia Noble Wayne Norris Larry Oliver Sally O'Quinn Dick Page Brenda Parker Gene Parnell Jack Parsons Vickie Pate Phil Payne Earl Ray Phillips Joyce Pittman Cinda Poole Brenda Powers Sondra Powers Stanley Pre vatte Sue Price Lee Procter Sherry Rice David Sears Carolyn Sellers Buddy Shaw Martha Shepherd Judy Smith Sandy Smith Sarah Smith Zack Smith Lynda Sowers Dale Strickland Mary Surles Eddie Taylor Tony Thomas Nancy Tourtellotte Ray Townsend Ouida Treadaway Bobby Turner Frances Tyner Trudy Walden Hugh T. Wallace Cheryl Walters Demming Ward Sarah Ward Larry White Pam White Pat White Olga Willoughby Ronald Wilson Linda Windom Randy Wood Henrietta Young Soplwmore Class Offcers DAVE TAYLOR TERRY SMITH Sergeant-at-Arms Treasurer EMILY PARNELL Secretary GERALD JONES CLYDE HATCHER President Vice-President ,--- .5 g 5cN'N ' A 4,44-"' xx , h- U II 1 ,L f X A - , X .A f' . Nancy A dams Helen Allen Sandra Amerson James Atkinson Linda Atkinson Mary Ann Barnes Sandra Lynn Biggs Valaria Bishop Dianne Bodiford Peggy Bond Betty Kime Bowman Sandra Bradshaw Jimmy Braswell Carl Briggs Brenda Brigman Jay Britt Linda Britt Mitchell Britt Sherry Britt Donald Broadlead Buddy Brock Billy Bryan Gloria Buchanan Delores Bullard Hubert Bullard Henry Byrd Cathy Caldwell Johnny Campbell Rosa Moore Campbell Glenn Carnponelli Bobby Carr George Cook Ruth Ann Cox Betty Lou Cummings Linda Cummings Bob Currie Bruce Davis Dianne Davis Glenda Davis Linda Davis Wayne Davis Sarah Devone Larry Dowless Tommy Durston David Edwards George Edwards Pete Ellis Burnie Faulk Jay Fleishman Julia Floyd Patsy Foley Susan Foster Glenda Freeman Judy Freeman Linda Fuller Marcia Gaddy Ellen Ann Gardner Jimmy Gardner Jerry Goodwin Gearl Gore John Gore Frances Green Barbara Grimes Nina Hardee Joanne Harden Larry Harrill Wealtha Harris Clyde Hatcher Linda Hate her Kathy Hayes Dickie Hester Wayne Hickman Virginia Hicks Brenda Hodge Tommy Hodge Sandy Holder Sandra Horne Frances Huggins Mary Ann Huggins Robert Huggins Mike Jeanes Shirley Jernigan Gerald Jones Betty Kinlaw Gerald Kinlaw Sam Hinlaw Roland Lamb Shirley Lamb Dianne Lamrn Keith Lanier Berta Lee Sally Lee Carroll Lennon George Lennon Jeanette Lewis Charles Livermore Julie Livingston Lyl MacLean Rita Martin Joe McCorkle Don McKenzie Buddy McLauren Lynn McLean Jimmy McPhatter Linda Medlin Patsy Mees Jenny Minges Joe Moore Mike Musselwhite Sherry Nance Will Newberry Lea Noble Carol Nobles Robert Oliver Irene O'Neal Beverly Owens Anne Owings Billy Owings Richard Pair G ray Pa rke r Jerry Parker Wanda Parker Emily Parnell Faith Parrott Denny Penny Tommy Phelps Barbara Pittman jerry Pittman Lubin Prevatt Elva Prevatte Hiram Prevatte Richard Prevatte Jerry Pridgen Jannifer Pruitt Martha Redmond Patsy Reeves Alice Rhodes Margie Roberts Helen Rogers Bobo Rowan Carolyn Rowland Daniel Sealey Brenda Singletary Catherine Smith Terry Smith LaVene Speed Mary Anne Stanton Claude Starling Ronnie Strickland Shelley Strickland Ann Suggs Dave Taylor Linwood Taylor Milton Teague Teresa Thomas Gracie Thompson Sarah Thompson Brenda Tolar Linda Tolar Nancy Utley Terry Ward Donna Wassermann Bob Waters Ray White Richard White John Wilcox Coble Wilson Rena Wilson Betty Rose Wishart funior Class Officers RICHARD BOLLINGER GINNY TRUSLOW JOE BAXLEY Sergeant-at-Arms Secretary Treasurer RONNIE BULLARD MALCOLM MCLEOD President Vice-President UK? 'D 'GH 5 H b , Kay Allen Wayne Allen Rose Ann Arnette Johnny Atkinson Sherry Bailey George Baird Brenda Barker A1 Barnes Luanna Barnes Joe Baxley Pete Blackmon Richard Bollinger Martha Bray Preston Britt Rita Britt Theresa Britt James Brock Joan Brown Don Bryan Janice Bullard Ronnie Bullard Barbara Caine Sally Caldwell Magalene Callahan Dale Chappell Mary Cincelli Amanda Coffey Darlene Collins Kay Collins Margaret Coyle Smoot Cranfill Lance Daniels Marie Davis Patricia Davis Mike Doares George Dover Janice Driggers Leon Ellis Judy Fairclotli Randy Floyd Roselyn Fogle Judy Freeman Bill French Charles Gibson Elliot Gifford Jackie Gore Nell Graham Nancy Grice ln-Q-gg Ray Harrelson Meg Harrington Janice Hatchell Betty Heazlit Danny Hedgperh Gladys Herring Barbara Holder E. K. Howard Kay Humphrey Harriet Hunter Tommy Jackson Frank Jeanes Vickie Jolly Dianne Jones Terrell Jones David King Linda Kirby Donna Lamar Joan Lee Linda Livermore Vivian Love James MacLeod Ashley Maples Samuel Mauney Colleen McCarthy Cynthia McCormick Diane McEwen Malcolm McGrath John McLean Lauren McLean Lee McLean Malcolm McLeod Vernon McNeill Larry Moon Nancy Musselwhite Patsy Musselwhite Ray Overstreet Ginger Owens Nina Palmer Carol Pate Harold Phillips Glenda Pittman Rachel Pittman Tommy Poole Maxine Powers Linda Pressley Diane Prevatte Ronnie Rasmussen Gail Richardson Elizabeth Rising Betty Jo Roberts Patricia Rogers Alice Simpson Jayne Smith Teddy Smith Carol Sparks Jacky Spruill Donna Stephens Albert Stephenson David Stephenson Chip Stone Dianne Stone Robert Strickland Betty Io Sundy WNW 'wr'- l1""e'g 13, 'WN Tilt Thompkins Sandra Thompson Barbara Tolar George Tolar Ginny Truslow Shirley Tyndall Barbara Tyner Anthony Valenti Patricia Wallace Anna Faye Walters Drina Walters Faye Walters Jimmy Ward Sammy Ward Tommy Watkins Q.. Bonnie Watts Willy Weatherman Eddie West Donald Whiting Dale Whitner Susan Wilkins Claudia Williams Jimmy Williams Billy York Senior Class fficers ALICE WARD GRADY SMITH ANNE WALLACE Secretary Sergeant-at-Arms Treasurer JOHN SHEPHARD JOYCE FISHER President Vice-President DONA JEAN ADA MS "Dona" JOHN SCARBOROUGH BATEMAN, JR. nloen w 'jfs DA VID ARNETTE BIGGS "David" LYDIA REBECA ALVAREZ. HI-dydiall BEVERLY JEAN BAUER NBeViN A . SUSAN MCNEILL BIGGS 'Susan' EVA CA ROL BARNES 'Carol' KAT 1-IRYN BAXLEY 'Kathryn' SQUIRE SAMUEL BOONE "Sam" Tara. . . . alias "St, Sarah the Divine' BRENDA CAROLYN BOZEMAN BESSIE MAE BRASWELL SANDRA FAY BRITT "Carolyn" 'Bessie' 'Sandra' ui' FRANK BROADHEAD, IR. SHIRLEY ANN BROCK WINSTON RONALD CAPPS "Frankie" "Shir1ey" "R0na1d" A 'v'2' f :Viqb Y ZA A HA A A KATHERINE MERRITT CHAMBERS BRANTLEY EDWARD CLIFTON MARY KAY CLINE 'Merry' "Bramley" "Kay" IAYNE PITMAN CRUMP CHERYL EVE DAVIS JOHN THOMAS DAVIS 'Jayne' "Chery1" 'Tommy' JAMES MIDDLETON DEVANE RITA PAY EMANUEL DOUGAL MACK FAULK "Mu1doou" 'Riga' " Mack" JOYCE ANN FISHER HERBERT MYNATT FLOYD SARAH FMNCES FLOYD "Jo-Jo" "Beg" 'Shrimp' CHARLES ALLEN GARDNER DONALD SEMMES GILLESPIE, JR, GLENN JOHNSON GOODYEAR llA11enYl NDOHII IlG1ennn 2 22 we li JAMES HOWARD GORE ...Ioan Ban takes the worry out of being close! LINDA GRANT "Linda" BETH VIVIAN GRAVES ll Beth!! ELIZABETH GRAY MARY KATHRINE GRIMSLEY GEORGE RICHARD HARMON "Betty" "Mary" "Richard" A Cleo and the Crew N . ..,. 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W I DAVID RICHARD PERKINS III DELORES EDWARDS PHILLIPS MARY FLORENCE POTTER "David" "Delores" "Mary Florence" CAROLYN ANN POWERS IULIAN CLINSTON PREVATTE RONALD CALVIN PREVATTE "Caro1yn" "Julian" "Ronald" MARY ELIZABETH PRICE MICHAEL EVERETT PRUITT JAMES MARVIN RANSOM "Mayme" "Michaela ",IiIT1T1'1Yn LINDA R-ANSOM WANDA LEE RAY VINCENT RUSSELL REDMOND, JR, 'Linda' "Wanda" "Russe11" HENRY LESLIE ROBINSON WILL BARDEN ROGERS, JR. "H. L. " "Barde,r1" FRANKIE NEAL ROZIER "Frankie" "WE'RE NUMBER 1" ,as-s.,, NEIL LARRY ROZIER CHARLES WILBUR RUSSELL "Larry" "Char1es" CAROL JUNE SCARBORO "Caro1" S XM T HE SENIOR LOUNGE CAROLYN JEAN SEALEY KENNETH SELLERS ROSE ANN SHAW "Caro1yn" "Kermeth" "Rose Ann' JOHN CALVIN SHEPHERD ARLENE LOUISE SMITH GRADY EARL SMITH "John" "Louise" "Grady" A . , .4uw.,,.M..w- , JR. JUDITH ANN SUGGS PATRICIA ANNE STEPHENS HENRY PAUL STONE 'Pat' "Pam" "Judy" MI ,,w'9"W JANE FAYE TEAGUE JOHN BRADLEY THOMPSON ROBERT BRADY THOMPSON "Jane" "John Bradley" "Rob-art" THOMAS MCLEAN THOMPSON JOHN KNOX THORNDYKE. JR. JAMES DOUGLAS THEADAWAY 'Tommy' "Knocky" NJHTUGSN LANA SUE TYNDALL NANCY LOUISE TYNER LAURA ANNE WALLACE "Lana" "Nancy" "Anue" V W The Left-Out Feeling HAZEL WALTERS NANCY LEE WALTON EBBY EUGENE WARD 'Hazel' 'Nancy' 'Eugene' f ,L,, ' A , , ,.,U,i, Q m.eL.ff,.-., The Trio at work HENRY DAVIS WARD LINDA PAYE WARD "Hank" "Faye" l50 MARY ALICE WARD "Alice" 1145 WANDA PAYE WHITAKER 'Wanda' NANCY CAROL WILKINS "Nancy Carol' ,',, 5 5 , Mex kkyk V . ,. I I A PEGGY CA ROLYN WILLOUGHBY 'Peggy' JOSEPH LEVIS WHITE, IR. Ylloeyif IEANETTE WILLIAMS 'Jeanette' EARLINE WILSON 'Earline' MARY BARNES WILKERSON NMaryN JOHN VINSON WILLIAMSON III N JOHN EMPIE WISHART, JR, 'Johnny' .QV x ?5Hi'4?TfEf4,: .. 3 .' mf 55" , . .-543:-A . , 1, ,W km., o , ,i-f.-me s s Ni. 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How nice it woul Remember . . . madras and Weejuns, Villagers and Gants, kilts and knee- socks, London Fogs and racoon collars, wrap-around skirts, monograms, patches, charm bracelets, madras secretaries, button pins, and English Leather. how as the year drew to a close and the end of a way of life in which we had known security for twelve years approached, we looked toward graduation with mixed emotions--we had both a trapped feeling and a sense of new-found freedom. d be to wake up tomorrow and have it September and all of our days ahead of us--those days at L. H. S. that we'll re- member as long as we live. ? . , 5 if 5 3 --Q1-..,.,,..,,,, Best-A ll-A round TOMMY and NA NCY Am wfvix W ki, bL ' ' 1 E -mln Mast Popular JOHNNY alld JOYCE 3 in 5 B, S . ,M 'sag ' 'Q hw . j L' Mx 'is B. In 1' .L :ak will ,x,k ' -liisqmi ' Ms we , M333 A 5556 wmv-Q., K 1 Y 4: f- 4 X Most School Spzrzt CHERYL and KNOCK Y L QV 4-'th' 'W W ff' K'- Ji. if - Fila A QM ,. 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Lg., , :gg , N. bl wwf. .M sf. . -.W , .W if ' ,- , 5 .1 .f .fx 1 - .-ff.. ,U . .. . , f 3 3 F 5 in rw A Q , -ff Q K iff I 0 354. .sv i 'I K 8 s J S 'E F X x 2. i 4 a 3 wan J iixxxamfl X , . lf, WW e., E, 5 ivy' if 4, I W x 1 mi I Y 'Ek af' g 'ye Hs ig pi lk kfi X ,ss.:z umwsg Iwmzsswznfi E in ,.4 , .df n yy s 13? E Af if 7? Xiifwj QU iff? X, , 3 im 2 C, ai? is if YH ,VL K 1 S- 1 3? : IH. , ,milf ig .,,,,, ,g QQ .,:. I t p 5 . I .WN Wimest IA NE and JAMES You, fue Got the Cates A mx .. ? N , lf: , 15 Little Bab Face pts f'28 gf "-4" 'W :fc 'E' 36?M . s,, Faye Ward Suzanne McLeod Susan Biggs Hazel Walters Carolyn Bozeman Rita Emanuel Carolyn Powers Anne Wallace Jane Hedgpeth Harriet Bodiford Dona Adams Jeane Lovette Ronnie Capps Sandra Horne Carolyn Sealey Mary F. Potter Torrey McLean Frances Floyd Bessie Braswell Wanda Whitaker Jayne Crump Carol Barnes James Treadaway Betty Gray Larry Odum .U-an 14? 40 iri s Maggie Hill Dick Holmes Merry Chambers Carol Scarboro Nancy Walton Hank Ward Joyce Fisher Johnny Wishart Cheryl Davis Bob Parnell Jane Teague Bobby McKee Alice Ward Grady Smith Beverly Bauer .33 , - my .mf K R 5 ff' 4 X9 v,-N Mg, wwf, . 1213? fff21,'ws:,h:,,f www ' 1- , . Jim , , 'f - 1, Class History There's The Door, waiting to be opened. Reach out, grasp the handle, and open it--no, not yetg we're not ready. We can't leave now. We've just arrived. Why are we reluctant to open this door? We've been opening doors all our lives. Yes, just twelve years ago we opened the first one. Oh, it wasn't difficult. The hinges swung easily. Such a new, attractive door! It almost invited us to open lt. Once on the other side of the door, we found that it closed behind us. We couldn't go back, but then we discovered that we didn want to. We were so busy getting to know and understand each other that there was no time to think of the past. Years passed, happy years spent working and playing together. We learned to read and write and to compute difficult mathematical problems Q2 + 2 I 4y. We learned something about the world around us, especially about the people who make up the world. What a profound discovery it was that the world wasn't square and that everyone didn't speak English. Our thoughts were still uncomplicated by the Cold War and the rising cost of liv- ing. Why, we knew everything! Then we began to notice a secopd door. It 't was somewhat more massive in appearance than the first through which we had come. Having become quite bored with our now childish surroundings, we grabbed the handle and pulled with all our mightg but the door moved only enough to enable us to see what was on the other side. Oh! What torture! What anguish! Why couldn't we enter? The answer becam apparent. The appropriate time had not arrived. Undaunted, we continued our pursuits, always with an eye on the partially opened door. Then ,... it moved. Confusion, mass hysteria, bewilderment, fun, study, heartache, all forms of sorrow and happiness. These we have experienced for four years, but now it's over. There's The Door, and on the other side . . . life. GLENN GOODYEAR Class Historian COLORS - Maroon and Gold FLOWER - Gold Mums MOTTO - Today we follow, tomorrow we lead. Last Will and Testament We, the Senior Class of Lumberton High School, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make publish, and declare this our last will and testament. We give, devise, and bequeath the following un- to each of these heirs: I, Dona Jean Adams, will my seat in Mrs. Richbourg's English class to Dale Chappell. I, Lydia Alvarez, will my Cuban accent to the ones in L. H. S. who like it. I, Carol Barnes, will my "apple with the worm" to my cousin, Karan. I, Joe Bateman, will my job to Robert Earl. I, Beverly Bauer, will Room 36 to all in the next senior class who "go steady." I, Kathryn Baxley, will to Miss Roberts one safe driving Driver Education class. I, David Biggs, will leave nothing to nobody. I, Susan Biggs, will all my red school clothes to Ginger Owens. I, Samuel Boone, do not directly deedg neither will I will willingly. I, Carolyn Bozeman, will to everyone at L. H. S. a transcript of my famous Exiky, Mixky, Pixky, Wixky Show which was broadcasted by me, Bozo. I, Bessie Braswell, will to Meg Harrington my ability to go steady. I, Sandra Britt, will my seat in Senior English to Judy Faircloth. I, Shirley Brock, do hereby will all my good times at L. H. S. to my sister. I, Ronald Capps. will one job at Winn-Dixie, one junk Ford, and several "like new" girls to anyone fool enough to take them. I, Merry Chambers, will the expression, "I've been used, " to Danny. Hedgpeth because he knows what to do with it. I, Brantly Clifton, will Rudy Inman shotgun in my Edsel. I, Kay Cline, will my natural blonde hair to Lea Noble, for she will need it before she is twenty-five years old. I, Jayne Crump, will to Kenny Bryan my place on the pavement so that he will not forget how Igot it. I, Cheryl Davis, do will my presidency of the Drut Society to Meg Harrington and the hem in my cheer- leading skirt to Theresa Britt. I, Tommy Davis, will my uncanny ability to get along with English teachers to Kenny Bryan, as that seems to be one of his weak points. I, Muldoon DeVane, will to some lucky boy my good looks and marvelous personality. I, Rita Emanuel, will to Gail Richardson my foolish ways in order to catch Daryl. I, Mack Faulk, will one box of crackers to Lea Noble. I, Joyce Fisher, will L. H. S. and the happiest years of anybody's life to Sister Judy. I, Frances Floyd, will many projects and several optional drawings to L. H. S. teachers. I, Allen Gardner, being of unsound mind and body, think I shall break my other arm. I, Don Gillespie, bequeath nothing to nobody, for I plan to take it all with me. I, Glenn Goodyear, will my ability to get along with teachers to all rising seniors. l, loe Gore, will S10 to Mr. Gay for services rendered. I, Linda Grant, will my shorthand book to anyone who can read that scribbling. I, Beth Graves, will my jealousy to Katherine Smith. 1, Betty Gray, will one TM to Kenny Bryan. hoping he enjoys it. I, Mary Grimsley, will to Faith Parrott and Brenda Brigman my "C" on conduct. I, Richard Harmon, will Locker 273 to Vickie Pate, who lived through utter confusion above and beyond the call of duty. I, Jane Hedgpeth, will to Charles Gibson 25 cents to buy his own typing paper. I, T. Y. Hester, will my love for Chevrolets to Barbara Holder. I, Bruce Higley, will my ability to remember a typing eraser to all key seekers. I, Maggie Hill, being of sound body and weak mind, will to Sally Caldwell my two words, "spastic" and "ilustrated, " because she looks as if she needs them. I, Cherry Hinnant, will to Marty and Helen Allen my love for basketball. I, Tommy Hodge, will my hatred for Fords and love of Chevrolets to Mrs. Lineberry. I, Dick Holmes, not knowing what to will, will not. Sandra Horne, will to Weltha Harris a few inches in height and to Miss "B" a sponge to soak up some of her energy. Wayne Horne. will four cans of motor oil to I's 409. Barbara Inman, will to Pam White one broken ski rope and hope-she has better luck with it than I did. Liveo Ivey, leave my Remington and with it, advanced typing. Barbara Lamb, will to Brenda my place in high school to get what I didn't. Ben Lambeth, will to any incoming Key Club member my enjoyment of wintergreen, fingernail polish and onion juice. David Lambeth, will all my 3's and 4's to anyone who wants them. Jeane Lovette, will my sunglasses, wrecked cars, and good times to Vivian Love. Sylvia Lovett, will to Delores Phillips my love for California. Suzanne MacLeod, hereby leave my membership in the Muddy Boy Construction Crew to my brother James. Mike Malinsky, will all Friday nights for unchaperoned parties to anyone foolish enough to have them. Roy May, will my Ford to anyone who will take it. Mackie McIntyre, do will my twelve years of school to Daryl Kinlaw in hopes that, added to his thirteen, he graduates in the near future. Bobby McKee, will to Billy York a vacation to Red China for the annual famine. Annie McLamb, will my English book to the next unlucky soul who gets it. Torrey McLean, will all my extra pep pills, stay-awake pills, and nerve tonic to anyone fortunate enough to have English IV under Mrs. Farmer. George McPhatter, will my basketball ability to Henry Byrd. Mary Mills, leave two yards of orange crepe paper to D. K. to put to good use. Dickie Navy, will my nickname, "Army," to anyone who wants it. Sandra Newton, will to Mrs. Stephens one new madras belt to replace her old "beaded" Indian belt. Larry Odum, will to Sad Charles Gibson a parking place for his '34 Ford. Mike Olive, will to all rising seniors the following advice: Do not take advanced English unless you plan to graduate. Dennis O'Quinn, will two thousand liters of hydrogen and two thousand liters of chlorine in a sunlit chemistry lab to next year's chemistry students. Bob Parnell, will one "fly" leaf from my physics book to M. M. David Perkins, will my seat in Room 22 to anyone unlucky enough to get it. Delores Phillips, will my seat beside the window in Mrs. Richbourg's room to any junior who is lucky enough to get it. ' Mary Florence Potter, will try not to be as mean as I have been thus far. Carolyn Powers, will all my good times at Lumberton High School to Dianne Lamb. Julian Prevatte, will my safe driving ability to Willie Weatherman. Rat Prevatte, will one chicken to Mrs. Richbourg. Mayme Price, leave the best years of my life to Lumberton High School. Michael Pruitt, will one bottle of black dye to any blonde that wants it. Jimmy Ransom, will one good elbow to the Lumberton Athletic Department wringer. Wanda Ray, will leave my ridiculous nickname, "Winnie B. Wiggles." Russell Redmond, will one yellow Doubeulle to Sue Price and Ruth Ann Baker. H. L. Robinson, don't want to will, but if I must, I will, so I will. Barden Rogers, will my part to no one because I want it. Frankie Rozier, will Lumberton High School to the Senior Class of 1964. Larry Rozier, will my physics grades to anyone foolish enough to take them. Charles Russell, will my Winstons to Jacky Spruill. Carolyn Sealey, will my seat in Miss Roberts' Typing II class to anyone who is crazy enough to take it Kenneth Sellers, will my Chevrolet to the junk yard. Carol Scarboro, will my French grades to the birds. Rose Ann Shaw, will my position as editor of the Treasure Chest to Lee and Lauren McLean, in hopes that they will do a "double" good job. John Shepherd, will my golfing ability to Malcolm McGrath. I, Grady Smith, will Football Jersey No. 22 to the right end next year. I, Louise Smith, will my giggles, good times, and loads of homework to Mrs. Guy. I, Patricia Stephens, will my D. E. job at Wood's 5 SL 10d Store to one who needs it. I, Paul Stone, will to John McLean a run on the beach. I, Judy Suggs, will my nickname, "Juggie, " to anybody fool enough to take it. 1, Jane Teague, leave all my aspirins to Lower Tyndall. I, John Thompson, will all my knowledge of woodworking and my art of complaining to Mr. Hamilton, who put up with it for four years. I, Robert Thompson, will Dennis O'Quinn's skill and ability in the lab to next year's chemistry crop. I, Tommy Thompson, will my football shoes to Buddy Livingston, my socks to John Lennon, and any- thing else of mine to anyone who can bear the smell. l, Knocky Thorndyke, will will a will to any junior who plans to will a will next year so he will have a will to will. I, Sammy Thorndyke, will my comic books to Willie Weatherman. I, James Treadaway, will my record, "The Striper, " to my sister Quida and hope she won't use it. I, Lana Tyndall, will my red shoes to anyone who can force Mary "Slop" Wilkerson to stop calling them "Laura's Red Hot Shoes!" I, Nancy Tyner, will my ability to lose textbooks to anyone who has kept up with his. I, Anne Wallace, will to my brother Hugh T. my uncanny ability in geometry in hopes that he will use it better than I did. I, Hazel Walters, will to Wayne Allen the privilege of pestering my favorite typing and bookkeeping teachers. I, Nancy Walton, will my parking place to anyone who has a key to get in - sorry, Ray and Sherry. I, Alice Ward, will my house to Annual Staff. I, Faye Ward, will to the Latin Istudents "my" ability to do Latin II. I, Hank Ward, will my gas bill to T. B. I, Joey White, will my lack of ability to think up good wills to my sister. I, Wanda Whitaker, will one slightly used GMC sweat shirt to Susan Wilkins. I, Mary Wilkerson, will my "Den of Sin" to the class of '64. I, Nancy Wilkins, will my ability to be on time to Kay Collins because that is the only way she will get it. I, Jeanette Williams, will to Bobby Earl Turner my good luck in hopes that he will keep out of trouble. I, John Vinson Williamson III, will to Penny Lynn Kirkman a trip to South of the Border. I, Peggy Willoughby, will to my sister Olga all the luck I have had during my high school years. I, Earline Wilson, will all my troubles to Jean Thigpen, from Georgia, in hopes she can solve them A better than Ihave. I, Johnny Wishart, will my motto to anyone who is having hard luck. I, Herbert Floyd, will the wills and all the headaches that went with them to the Senior Class of 1964. C5444 qsean Signed, sealed, published, and declared in the presence of us ,' have subscribed our names hereto as witnesses this month of our graduation in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixty-three f1963J. ' 2a!laz:f Executed by Herbert M. Floyd, Lawyer fZ Class Poem I LOOK NOT BACK I look not back. The whole of my future Beckons to me There is no time to look back. I look not back. There is much ahead to see-- New towns, new lands New ways of life. I look not back. There is much ahead to do, There are tasks to complete Ambitious to fulfill. Ilook not back. There are people yet to meet, New friends to make, New joys to share. I look not back. There is much ahead to learn Of books and work And life itself. I look not back. Though I do not forget The gifts of early days which Give me courage for that future. Maggie Hill Class Poet Senior DONA JEAN ADAMS Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 F. H. A. 1,2, 3, 45 D.E. Club 4 LYDIA REBECA ALVAREZ. Transferred 45 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 4 EVA CAROL BARNES Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 F. H. A. 1,25 Journalism Club 25 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 F. T. A. 45 Li- brary Assistant 4 JOHN SCARBOURGH BATEMAN, JR. BEVERLY JEAN BAUER J. V. Cheerleader, Chief 15 Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Assistant Chief 45 F. H. A. 1, 25 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, President 25 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Classical Club, Treasurer 25 Journalism Club 2, 35 PIRATEER Staff 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 35 Key Club Sweetheart 35 L'Alliance Francaise 45 F. T. A. 45 Homecoming Queen 4 KATHRYN BAXLEY Glee Club 1,2, 3, 45 F.H. A. 1,2 DAVID ARNETTE BIGGS Classical Club 2 Directory SUSAN MC NEILL BIGGS Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 45 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 F. T. A. 45 L'Alliance Francaise 4 SQUIRE SAMUEL BOONE Glee Club 3, 4 3RENDA CAROLYN BOZEMAN Transferred 25 F. H. A. 25 Classical Club 35 Homeroom Vice-President 3, 4 ANITSIA LOULSE BRANCH BESSIE MAE BRASWELL F. H. A. 1, 25 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 D. E. Club 3, 45 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 SANDRA FAY BRITT D. E. Club, Treasurer 45 Glee Club 2 FRANK BROADHEAD, IR. Transferred 4 SHIRLEY ANN BROCK D. E. Club 4 WINS TON RONALD CAPPS KATHERINE MERRITT CHAMBERS Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Classical Club 23 Junior Recreation Council 23 Homeroom President 23 Homeroom Secretary 33 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Li- brary Club 3g Journalism Club 33 National Honor Society 3,45 Marshal 3, 43 Office As- sistant 43 L'Alliance Francaise 43 D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award 43 PIRATEER Staff 3, 4, Editor 43 Student Council 43 "Most De- pendable" 4 BRANTLEY EDWARD CLIFTON Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band lj J. V. Foot- ball 1, 23 J. V. Basketball 2g Varsity Basket- ball Manager lg Varsity Baseball Manager 13 Homeroom Treasurer 13 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Int. Key Club Dele- gate 33 Latin Club 23 Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4g Homeroom President 4 MARY KAY CLINE Transferred 23 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 23 Journalism Club 2, 4g F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 43 D. E. Club 3, 4, President 43 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Office Assistant 33 Junior Recreation Council 3, 43 Library Club 4 IAYNE PITMAN CRUMP Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Secretary 23 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Classical Club 2g L'Alliance Francaise 43 Homeroom Sec- retary 1, 2, 43 Homeroom President 33 Jour- nalism Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 33 Marshal 3 CHERYL EVE DAVIS Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-'Y 1, 23 Student Coun- cil 13 J.V. Cheerleader 13 Assistant Chief 1 Classical Club 23 Journalism Club 2, 33 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 43 Marshal 3, 43 Pen- ny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 43 L'Al- liance Francaise 43 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3 43 Office Assistant 43 F. T. A. 4g Monogram Club 2, 3, 4g PIRATEER staff 3, 43 "Most School Spirit" 4 JOHN THOMAS DAVIS Classical Club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 4 JAMES MIDDLETON DEVANE Track 3, 43 L'Alliance Francaise 4 RITA FAY EMANUEL Transferred 4 DOUGAL MACK FA ULK JOYCE ANN FISHER Homeroom Vice-President 13 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Classical Club 23 Student Council 23 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Jour nalism Club 33 Homeroom Treasurer 43 Of- fice Assistant 43 Class Vice-President 43 PIRATEER Staff 43 "Most Popular" 4 HERBERT MYNA TT FLOYD Classical Club 25 Debate Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 45 Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4, President 45 Marshal 3, 4, Assistant Chief 3, Chief 45 L'Alliance Francaise 4, Vice-President5 Morehead Scholarship Nominee 45 PIRATEER Staff 45 "Most Intellectual" 4 SARAH FRA NCES FLOYD Classical Club 25 PIRATEER Staff 3, 45 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 45 L'A1liance Francaise 45 F. T. A. 4, Chaplain 45 "Most Talented" 4 C HARLES ALLEN GARDNER Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 3,45 L'Alliance Francaise 4 DONALD SEMMES GILLESPIE. IR. Classical Club 25 J. V. Football 25 Home- room Treasurer 2, 45 Debate Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Marshal 3, 45 Varsity Football 3, 45 Mono- gram Club 45 Morehead Scholarship Nomi- nee 45 L'Alliance Francaise 4 GLENN JOHNSON GOODYEAR Homeroom President 1, 25 Debate Club 1, 2.3.4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 I. V. Football 25 Hi-Y 2.3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Winner of World Peace Speaking Contest 25 Winner of American Legion Oratorical Contest 35 Classical Club 25 Horneroom Treasurer 35 Varsity Football 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Marshal 3, 4, Assistant Chief 45 Boys' State 35 Monogram Club 45 Morehead Scholarship Nominee 45 Class Historian 4 JAMES HOWARD GORE LINDA GRANT Glee Club 25 F.H. A. 25 D.E. Club 3,4 BETH VIVIAN GRAVES F.H. A. 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 D.E. Club 3, ELIZABETH GRAY Transferred 35 Penny-Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 45 L'A1liance Francaise 4 MARY KATHRINE GRIMSLEY F. H. A. 2. 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 4 GEORGE RICHARD HARMON ELIZABETH HARPER F.H. A. 1,25 D.E. Club 4 JANE TUCKER HEDGPETH F. H. A. 1,25 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 I. V. Cheerleader 1.25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Sergeant-at-Arms 15 Secretary 25 President 45 Basketball 25 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 Office Assistant 4 THEDFORD YATES HESTER, IR. DAVID BRUCE HIGLEY MAGGIE HILL Homeroom Secretary 1, 45 Classical Club 25 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 F. T. A. 45 PIRATEER Staff 3, 45 Assistant Editor 35 Jun- ior Science Symposium Delegate 35 Class Poet 45 "Most Personality" 45 Lab Assistant 4 GLADYS CHERYL HINNANT Varsity Basketball 1, 25 Alpha Omega Tri- Hi-Y 1, 25 Classical Club 2, 35 "Most Valu- able Player" 25 Homecoming Sponsor 25 LV. Cheerleader 1, 25 Chief 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 P. E. As- sistant 35 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Presi- dent 45 F. T. A. 45 "Most Athletic" 45 Re- creation Council 45 Office Assistant 45 Journalism Club 45 Miss Fire Prevention 4 JOSEPH THOMAS HODGE RICHARD FRANK HOLMES I. V. Football 15 Homeroom Sergeant-ar Arms 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Home- room Vice-President 25 Classical Club 25 "Best Looking" 45 Hi-Y Reporter 3 SANDRA LANE HORNE F. H. A. 1,45 Glee Club 3, 45 Classical Club 4 THOMAS WAYNE HORNE BARBARA IAYNE INMAN Transferred 25 L'Alliance Francaise 25 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 25 Penny Bunch Tri-I-Ii-Y 3, 45 F. T. A. 4 LIVEO IVEY BARBARA ANN LAMB F. H. A. 15 Student Council Representative 15 Glee Club 1, 2.3.4 BEN AVERY LA MBETH J. V. Football 1, 25 Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 15 Varsity Football 3,45 Classical Club 35 Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 45 Key Club 45 Monogram Club 4 DAVID THOMAS LAMBETH IV J.V. Football lg J.V. Basketball 15 Track 1, 2.3.45 "Most Valuable" 35 Conference Shot- put Record 35 Classical Club, Sergeant-at- Arms 25 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Homeroom Presi- dent 1, 2, 3, 4 SYLVIA CAMERON LOVETT Library Club 3, 45 F. H. A. 3, 45 D. E. Club 45 Job Interview Winner 1962 MARIAN IEANE LOVETTE Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1. 25 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 F. H. A. 2.3.4 SUZANNE ELIZABETH MAC LEOD National Honor Society 3, 45 Secretary 45 Marshal 3, 45 L'Alliance Francaise 35 Debate Club 4 MICHAEL ANTHONY MALINSKY I. V. Football 15 Golf Team 25 Varsity Base- ball 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 ROY DAVID MAY CHARLES SMITH MC INTYRE J. V. Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Classical Club 2, Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2, Homeroom Vice-President 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Report- er 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, "Most Talented" 4 ROBERT S. MCKEE Classical Club 2, J. V. Football 2, I. V. Bas- ketball 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Student Council 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, "Most Dependable" ANNIE MCLAMB ALEXANDER TORREY MCLEAN III I. V. Football 1, Classical Club 2, Debate Club 2, 3, 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4 GEORGE LENNON MCPHATTER J. V. Football 1.2, I.V. Basketball 1,2, Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 1, Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Monogram Club 3, 4 MARY MILLS Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, F. H. A. 1, 4, Classical Club 2, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4 RICHARD EVERETTE NAVY Classical Club 2, Baseball 2,4 SANDRA NEWTON Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Homeroom Sec- retary 1, Basketball 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Classical Club 2, Journalism Club 3, 4, Junior Recreation Council 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, F. T. A. 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4 JOHN LARRY ODUM MICHAEL BAYNE OLIVE J. V. Football 1, 2, J. V. Basketball 2, Home- room Vice-President 1, Classical Club 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3 DENNIS ISAAC O'QUINN Homeroom Treasurer 1, Homeroom Secre- tary 2, Classical Club 2, N. C. Junior Sci- ence Symposium Delegate 2, Debate Club 2.3.4, Boys' State 3, Laboratory Assistant 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4 ROBERT IS HAM PARNELL Homeroom President 1, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Classical Club 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, I. V. Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Tri-Cap- tain 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Class President 1 DAVID RICHARD PERKINS III Classical Club 2, Boys' State 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Key Club 4 MARY FLORENCE POTTER Alpha-Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Classical Club 2, Journalism Club 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, D. E. 4, Historian, L'Alliance Francaise 4 CAROLYN ANN POWERS Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 IULIAN CLINSTON PREVATTE Classical Club 2, Bus Driver 4 RONALD CALVIN PREVATTE MA RY ELIZABETH PRICE Alpha-Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Secretary 1, Classical Club 2, Secretary, Homeroom Vice-President 2, Class Vice-President 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 4, F. T. A. 4, President, Journalism Club 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4, "Neatest" 4 DELORES EDWARDS PHILLIPS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 MICHAEL EVERETT PRUITT JAMES MARVIN RANSOM Band 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. Football 2, J. V. Basket- ball 2, Hi-Y 2, Classical Club 3, Key Club 4, Varsity Football 4, Monogram Club 4 WANDA LEE PLAY Homeroom Secretary 2, Basketball 2, Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club 2, Alpha- Omega Tri-Hi-Y 2, F. H. A. 2, 3, Vice-Pres ident 3, Homecoming Sponsor 3, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4, F. T. A. 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4 VINCENT RUSSELL REDMOND, IR. Homeroom Treasurer 2, Classical Club 2, 3, Office Assistant 4 HENRY LESLIE ROBINSON LV. Football 1, I. V. Basketball 1, 2, Class Vice-President 1, Class Treasurer 2, Classi- cal Club 2, Junior Recreation Council 2, Vice-President, Homeroom Treasurer 3, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, "All Conference" 3, Varsity Football 2. 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4, Hon- orable Mention - All State 4, Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, "Most Athletic" 4 WILL BARDEN ROGERS, IR. FRANKIE NEAL ROZIER F. H. A. 1, 2, Classical Club 2, Glee Club 2 NEIL LARRY ROZIER Classical Club 2 CHARLES WILBUR RUSSELL CAROL JUNE SCARBORO Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y l,2, F. H. A. l,2, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, L'Al liance Francaise 4, Homecoming Sponsor 4, "Best Looking" 4 CAROLYN JEAN SEALEY Transferred 2, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Glee Club 4 KENNETH SELLERS ROSE ANN SHAW Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Chaplain 2, Classical Club 2, F. H. A. 2, 3.4, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 3, Journal- ism Club 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, F.T. A. 4, Homeroom Secretary 4, L'Al- liance Francaise 4 JOHN CALVIN SHEPHERD Golf l,2, 3.4, Student Council 2, 3, Vice- President 3, Classical Club 2, President 2, PIRATEER staff 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 4, L'Al1iance Francaise 4, Class President 4 ARLENE LOUISE SMITH Transferred 2, D. E. Club 3, 4, Secretary 4 GRADY EARL SMITH l.V. Football 1.2, l.V. Basketball 1,2, Track 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Ser- geant-at-Arms 2, Varsity Football 3.4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4 PATRICIA ANNE STEPHENS Glee Club l,2, F. H. A. l,2, D.E. 3,4 HENRY PAUL STONE, IR. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 1, Homeroom President 2, J. V. Football 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4 IUDITH ANN SUGGS Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1.2, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Pianist 3, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4 JANE PAYE TEAGUE Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Classical Club 2, Class Secretary 3, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3.4, Journalism Club 4, PIRATEER Staff 4, L'Alliance Francaise 4, F. T. A. 4, Treas- urer, "Wittiest" 4 .TOHN BRADLEY THOMPSON D. E. Club 4, Shop Assistant 4 ROBERT BRADY THOMPSON Band 1, Classical Club 2, Hi-Y 3, 4 THOMAS MC LEAN THOMPSON J. V. Football 1, 2, I.V. Basketball 2, Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1,2, Homeroom Sergeant- at-Arms 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Homeroom President 3, PIPATEER Staff 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4, President's Conference on Youth Fitness 4, Student Council 3, 4, Ser- geant-at-Arms 3, President 4, "Best All Around" 4 JOHN KNOX THORNDYKE, JR. I. V. Football 1, 2, Class Secretary 1, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co Captain 3, Student Council 2, Secretary 2, Monogram Club 3, 4, Classical Club 3, Ser- geant-at-Arms 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Boys' State 3, "Most School Spirit" 4 SAMUEL EUGENE THORNDYKE Baseball Manager 1, 2, Baseball 3 JAMES DOUGLAS TREADAWAY Office Assistant 3, Library Club 4, Boys' State 3, Debate Club 4, PIRATEER Staff 4, "Wittiest" 4 FRANKLIN EARL TYNDALL LANA SUE TYNDALL F. H. A. 1, Homeroom President 1, Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Student Council 2, Homeroom Vice-President 3, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Sec- retary, L'Alliance Francaise 4 NANCY LOUISE TYNER F. H. A. 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Alpha Omega 1, Library Club 3, Penny Bunch 3, 4 LAURA ANNE WALLACE F. H. A. 1,2, 3, Alpha-'Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, J. V. Cheerleader 2, Classical Club 2, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Journalism Club 4, Debate Club 4, L'Alli- ance Francaise 4, D. E. Club 4, Class Treas- urer 4, Office Assistant 4 HA ZEL WALTERS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 4, Glee Club 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4 NANCY LEE WALTON J. V. Cheerleader 15 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Journalism Club 25 F. H. A. 2, 3, 45 Jun- ior Recreation Council 25 Monogram Club 2. 3.4, Secretary 35 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 4, Chief 45 Homecoming Queen 35 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Office Assistant 45 F. T. A. 45 PIRATEER Staff 45 "Best All Around" 45 Sham rock Queen 2 q EBBY EUGENE WARD HENRY DAVIS WARD Junior Recreation Council 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3,45 French Club 4, President 45 Office As- sistant 45 "Neatest" 4 LINDA FAYE WARD MARY ALICE WARD Alpha-Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice-President 15 Student Council 1, 45 F.H. A. 15 Home- coming Sponsor lg Shamrock Queen 25 Jour- nalism Club 2, 3, 45 Key Club Sweetheart 25 Classical Club 2, Vice-President5 J.V. Cheer- leader 25 Homeroom President 25 PIRATEER Staff 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary 2, 45 Girls' Bas- ketball Manager 25 Class Vice-President 35 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Scrapbook Chairman 45 Marshal 3, 45 Girls' State 35 L'Alliance Francaise 4, Secretary-Treasurer5 F. T. A. 4, Vice-President5 "Most Likely to Succeed" 4 WANDA FAYE WHITAKER F. H. A. 1, 2, 45 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Journalism Club 25 D. E. Club 4 JOSEPH LEVIS WHITE, IR. LV. Basketball 1,25 Class Treasurer 15 Foot- ball Manager 2, 35 Class President 2, 35 Classi- cal Club 25 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 National Honor Soci- ety 3, 45 Marshal 3, 45 L'Alliance Francaise 45 "Most Likely to Succeed" 4 MARY BARNES WILKERSON Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 F. H. A. 1, 25 Homeroom Secretary 15 Manager Girls' Bas- ketball 25 J. V. Cheerleader 25 Journalism Club 2, 45 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 F. T. A 45 L'Alliance Francaise 45 Office Assistant 4 NANCY CAROL WILKINS F. H. A. 1, 25 Alpha Omega Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Homeroom Treasurer 15 Homeroom Secre- tary-Treasurer 2, 35 Penny Bunch Tri-Hi-Y 3. 45 F. T.A. 45IOur1'1a1ism Club 4 IEANETTE WILLIAMS JOHN VINSON WILLIAMSON III I.V. Football 15 J. V. Basketball Manager 15 Shop Assistant 35 Hi-Y 45 Track 4 PEGGY CAROLYN WILLOUGHBY F.H.A. 1,2, 3,45 D.E. Club 3,4 EARLINE WILSON Transferred 3 JOHN EMPIE WISHART, JR. I. V. Football 25 J. V. Basketball Manager 25 Varsity Baseball Manager 2, 3, 45 Classical Club 25 Hi-Y 25 Key Club 3. 45 Secretary 45 Varsity Basketball Manager 3, 45 Varsity Foot- ball Manager 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Class Sergeant-at-Arms 35 PIRATEER Staff 45 L'Alliance Francaise 45 "Most Popular" 4 COMPLIMENTS A 8: P FOOD STORE BELK-HENSDALE COMPANY CAROLINA POWER 8: LIGHT COMPANY CARTER GIN 8: FEED MILL CENTRAL SERVICE STATION CHAMBERS, YARBOUROUGH, AND GARRETTE WAREHOUSE DR. DOUGLAS H. CLARK CONCRETE SERVICE CORPORATION PAUL CRANFIELD, PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY DEW DRIVE-QIN S. PRESTON DOUGLAS FLEISI-IMAN'S W. LEE FLOWERS 8: COMPANY FREEMAN MOTOR COMPANY FULLER FURNITURE COMPANY HARRINGTON OIL COMPANY INGRAM P. HEDGPETH HEDGPETH WAREHOUSES A. J. HOLMES, JEWELER JOHNSON COTTON COMPANY JOHNSON'S DRUG STORE JON-SAN CHEVROLET, INC. JONES BUICK-CADILLAC, INC. K ,8z S SPORTING GOODS KAY 8: COMPANY DR. DAVID D. KING DR. MURRAY C. KINLAW DR. JOHN C. LAWRENCE LUMBER RIVER REAL ESTATE COMPANY LUMBERTON MOTORS, INC. HECTOR Mac LEAN COMPLIMENTS DR. F. B. MCGRATH R. A. MCINTYRE M. H. MCLEAN WHOLESALE GROCERY DR. THEO H. MEES MERRINIAC MUSIC COMPANY DORIS NANCE, PHOTOGRAPHER DR. C. P. OSBORNE, JR. DR. L. J. PARSONS J. A. 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