Mills High School - Circle Yearbook (Louisburg, NC)

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5 IHE IIIHIIII III I959 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF WILLIAM ROBERT MILLS SCHOOL Louisburg, Norih Carolina DITOR-IN- CHIEF .... MANAGER. . . HIEIIIUHIES III IIIIIIS HIHH ivy, lx Wits -.. ss., 5- . .N -Q NX-e N. ' . A Qfiw., if ' ke5'Qi'NMEM Pk 3 ,Yau-2 -F: K in .. xi- .Mx S . A Qgrikkiffxi w v 1. if f. A 3 X . f X Q V .Ax 37,4 . w W- ' ' i fnawiggeq, fi 'QQ' -mi? kv if gf, x ff if' jfrg. 'fzzmn 'flaw 'X X if K ,QW 5? ,Q M. n ' 'A . . 1? .,,, F " .-1:13 'L c lg:-ft 1 ' fc ..-P!-1 'V -A J. .. . . .- -fp . 4--11 " tg., ,, E ' ,,,,xb, wp iw., . Riff.. ff fe EH.-f" w fic- 1 1-lax . 1 r f' ,1.EW.-513:Hr'-:1,'?gi. , I . ,, A , ,H . . ffJ.H':"f . . "' 5 drfldfghe 4'-YXWA Y' - jr 1 - . V ' 'Sgt-..iw vi " "5'f'5'3g an F'?g?3.f'5g5+-7f5"3?f-it-EM?'tw .Jef -' ' - - ' ni' "' 'F' 'Alf'-'I "f1f7f'5lf5::: 15 A- 'f - 2893: 5- f."f--.5:a':f',fg - . 2 1- ' -- .-114+ ,Q . U. A..-:Pg-'1 5- . Q 'f - , - - -1, 3-,,1L3. z- H, - - ' , . ' an -2xg,,, l ,.... . ,x , 1 ,. N , , ,JW ..- . . 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N H 'L E ' f, a . -, H . ff 41.-'z L. " " rl N ':?'rU-'f4'.' - -15'5555QA"?'fT- ., yn- gun-r -if -1 ,-gf..-'jg ,. Z' -,-,ig '-. f,-fri--f . 4,,.,.g , 4,311 , A .- .1 1' ,- 1,-' ' " 4 ' 1 . ' if-F-1 H112 l . --'.-"Cx---" ' K " ' ' ' "' "- -2 9 h , K .V 4-' vga h 5 ,L : fav, 1. :H-.tn ., . f- . l my 5 ifqgsf 1 , . "" i7'- n L' .lr-.-W' 3 Contents ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES SNAPSHOTS ATHLETICS CLASSES ADVERTISEMENTS ...six 5. 7, ,. I 04' ff 'I t A 5 X , xv SQL. 5. ,VN Mr, 4 M, ,gk gg.. g. - N ,Sn QQ frm., fp ! , 'R , Y ' ,pl , . R ,,. 1 ya ,I f A : Q ' - - "'f1 ' in In ww: QX 4 - i -:UI 16.1 li 2 I x ww- Editor-in-chief Bette Lou Cash W JU' 361101. Pictu? Z agxgf C '3- . tor svorgsagcgrum BW ' Typists 1959 Circle Staff Business Manager Charlene Oakley Advertising Manager Circulatj Allen Richardson Jay on M J ohnette Waddell Marth a Advisor Mrs. Susie Jackson ne Stal .anager hugs Q wrenn Dedication We, the senior class of W. R. Mills School, dedicate this the 1959 Circle, to our parents. They have not only been the backbone of our ed- ucationbut also have aided us through their kind and devoted ways. 7 Administration SCHOOL Principal Mr. E. H. Stallings County Superintendent Mr. Wiley Mitchell Mr. W. M. Latta, Mr. H. C. Taylor, Chm., Mrs. Bland B. Pruitt BOARD 5 Ui C37 'S' E vers 2 yew .2 - as .7 E. H. Stallings East Carolina College Mathematics and Health Susie Hayes Jackson Lenoir Rhyne and East Carolina College Business Education and History Sybil K. Jolly Wake Forest College and East Carolina College English Gladys Beam Bailey Meredith College Latin and French Mrs. Lela Ann Laughter Meredith and East Carolina Colleges Mathematics Betty H. Denmark Louisburg and East Carolina Colleges Science William Howard Dean East Carolina College Eighth Grade Josephine P. Zealand Woman's College of U.N.C. Seventh Grade IVY! 'F17 Mrs. Jewel Bartholomew Louisburg and Breneau Colleges Seventh Grade Mrs. Marjorie Leonard East Carolina College Home Economics Mr. Earl Teague Justice University of North Carolina 15' Q X -I A? Band M'-w ' i i r Mrs. Elizabeth McCollum Georgia College for Women Millegeville Music THOSE WHO GUIDE Cenieth Elmore Woman's College of U.N.C. Music Education Mary Belle Davis East Carolina College First Grade Thelma R. Hall Wake Forrest College First Grade Ernestine H. Inscoe Wake Forrest College First Grade Gertrude E. Winston Woman's College of U.N.C. ,Q v-1,-f Second Grade Helen Smithwick University of North Carolina Third Grade Geralda T. Perry Atlantic Christian College West Carolina College Sixth Grade Edith K. Frisbie East Carolina College Fourth and Fifth Grades Sarah Arial Queens College and University of South Carolina Fifth Grade Doris Wilder East Carolina College Fifth and Sixth Grades 1. Martha B. Yarborough Louisburg College I Woman's College of U.N.C. and 4 University of North Carolina l I Sixth Grade AND INSTRUCT US. UPPER CLASSMEN 5He Senior Class XX S- I 523.55 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS fff?54,, 2 . .,',?!l.',1x-Jy-My 135.1 Q:-'+R 5,4 -yxgxk ,Q 5- 342-'gfg lg Left to right - David Fuller, Philip Q' 3 '-"f'y'1" inf - - -ld 1-Q its-. 3' D . 1.-,.,f-M,,- , Perdue, Diane Layton, Janice W1 er -,Ni .S is N-- f 1 .m ,J AQ-W " .1 fu: 'f'Q?zSxf:,f,'5. is 4',,,'-1'-Q-1.1 X' :wg is - gfk,,,,,,,f!sfj+?' 543. -""f 1214 3.--aaf, jj ff," " T Rulers of Zfie Scnool Seniors 'Nm W- I 5 Fe Allen Trudy Anderson Carolyn Baker Frances Bass Herbert Beasley Charles Buchanan JoAnn Capell Bette Lou Cash Jean Coley Seniors 1g....N. - 'N glib-w-5, ima- fi-1 41 gt. Claudette Cranford Bobby Davis Joyce Eagles Woodie Evans David Fuller Janet Hall George Hayes Jesse Holton Sandra Sue Horton 'Vi Seniors fs, z X L' 'I 3 E Q, ,L 1'P"'-s- 110 Cgf -eyr"1 fl. 'iw f va, 1 :Q N L 'M G' N 4' 4,1 if l 4- 15.-f Barbara Johnson Phillip Knott Gaynelle Layton Diane W. Layton Alma Marks Richard Marshall Johnny Matthews Charlene Oakley Billy O'Neal Seniors ,ati 11? , J i Q. Frank Park Phillip Perdue Rose Perry l V Bland B. Pruitt V ' Allen Richardson 'UTI' Mavis Smith .1354 Faye Southall Alma Spencer Jayne Stallings :UN 1 S Seniors 1, -xi Qu.-fd N L 15 e Ye"-1, Martha Wrenn I 7 Jack Stone Harry Strother Clay Taylor Hazel Tharrington Johnette Waddell Janice T. Wilder Senior Statistics FELIX ALLEN - Golf Team 152,3545 Co-captain 45 Marshall 152,35 Junior Commercial Club 25 Basketball 15 Beta Club 253,45 Vice-President 45 Science Club 253,45 President 45 Latin Club 3,45 Monogram Club 15253545 Annual Staff 45 Bear Club 4. TRUDY ANDERSON - Beta Club 253,45 President 45 Glee Club 152535 Li- brarian 25 F.T.A. 1,2,3,45 President 45 Science Club 2535 School Daze Staff 253,45 Latin Club 2,35 Commercial Club 45 Delegate to Girls State 35 "DAR" Good Citizen 45 Superlative 1,25 Student Council2,35 Marshall 2,35 Elementary Librarian 35 Office Assistant 4. CAROLYNBAKER - F.H.A. 15253545 F.T.A. 3,45 4-H 15253545 Commercial Club 3545 Glee Club 1,2,3545 School Daze Staff 45 Bus Monitor 4. FRANCES BASS - Glee Club 152,3545 F.H.A. 1,253545 Science Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. 25 School Daze Staff 253,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Superlative 3. HERBERT BEASLEY - 4-H Club 15253545 Science Club 2,35 Commercial Club 45 Superlative 3. CHARLES BUCHANAN - Superlative 45 Transferred from N. J. Linden High School. JO ANN CAPELL - 4-H 15 F.H.A. 152,3545 Glee Club 1,25 Commercial Cluffflg Librarian 35 School Daze Staff 45 Bus Monitor 45 Latin Club 4. BETTE I.-QQ C-AS-H - Annual Staff 3,45 Editor 45 Cheerleader l,253,45 Assistant Head Cheerleader 3545 Majorette 3545 Student Council 45 Beta Club 2,3,45 F.H.A. 15253545 F.T.A. 152535 Science Club 2535 Latin Club 35 Monogram Club 3545 Delegate to Girls' State 35 Superlative 15253545 School Daze Staff 2535 Glee Club 152535 Marshall 152535 Repre- sentative in Mr. Kr Mrs. Mills Hi Contest 45 Commercial Club 35 Dele- gate to State Beta Convention 35 Bear Club 4. JEAN COLEY - Glee Club 152535 F.H.A. 1525 F.T.A. 3,45 Historian 35 Class President 25 Science Club 45 School Daze 45 Commercial Club 35 45 Superlative 253,45 Latin Club 3,45 4-H 1,2,45 Treasurer 4. CLAUDETTE CRANFORD - F.H.A. 1,2,3545 Commercial Club 3,45 F.T. A. 253,45 Science Club 2,3,45 Class Secretary 25 Basketball Manager 25 Librarian 35 Superlative 3,4. BOBBY DAVIS - Bus Driver 45 Bus Monitor 35 Baseball 152535 Mono- gram 2,3545 Commercial Club 2,35 4-H Club 152535 Superlative 1. JOYCE EAGLES - Glee Club 152,35 Science Club 253,45 Monogram 3,45 Latin Club 3545 Commercial Club 25 School Daze Staff 15253,45 May Court Representative 15 Science Club Secretary 45 President 35 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Head Cheerleader 3545 Music Federation 1535 Class Officer 35 Superlative 253. WOODY EVANS - 4-H Club 152,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Science 2. DAVID FULLER- Glee Club 1,253,45 Band 15253545 Football 354, Co- captain 45 Baseball 253545 Latin Club 3,45 Class President 3,45 Mono- gram Club 3,4. JANET HALL - F.H.A. 152,35 Science Club 25 Commercial Club 3545 Basketball 15253545 Monogram 45 Co-captain 45 Superlative 45 F.T.A. 45 Librarian 3. 8 Senior Statistics GEORGE HAYES - Commercial Club 25 Science Club 1,25 Dance Band l,2,3,45 Class Vice-President 15 Superlative 1,2,35 4-H Club 1,2,35 Bus Monitor 2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Band Manager 4. JESSE HOLTON - Band l,2,3,45 Band Librarian 1,2535 Vice-President 45 Baseball Manager 15 Baseball2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Basketball and Football Reporter 3,45 Junior Com- mercial Club5 Science Club 25 Superlative 45 School Daze Staff 4. SANDRA SUE HORTON - Beta Club 2,3,45 Delegate to State Beta Club Convention2,3,45 Science Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. Club l,2,3,45 Latin Club 3, 45 Officer 45 School Daze Staff 2,3,45 Editor 45 Delegate to High School Press Conference5 Commercial Club 35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Superlative 2,3,45 Music Federation 2,3,45 Marshall 1,2,3, Chief 35 Class Song 45 Elementary Librarian 3. BARBARA JOHNSON - Glee Club 152,35 F.T.A. 1,45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Commercial Club 45 Science Club 25 Latin Club 3,45 School Daze Staff 3,4. PHILLIP KNOTT - Football 35 Baseball25 4-H Club l,2,3,45 Monogram Club 45 Commercial Club 45 Science Club 1,2,45 Glee Club 15 F.T.A. 35 Superlative 1,2,3. GAYNELLE LAYTON - F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Class Superlative 45 School Mon- itor 25 F.T.A. 15 Science Club 45 Commercial Club 3,45 4-H Club 1,2,35 Office Work 2. DIANE VL LAYTON - F.H.A. 1,25 F.T.A. 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35 science Club 45 Class Secretary 45 Latin Club 3,45 4-H Club 1,25 Class poetess. ALMA MARKS - F.H.A. 1,2,35 Commercial Club 35 4-H Club 1,2,35 School Bus Monitor 3,4. RICHARD MARSHALL - Baseball l,2,3,45 4-H Club l,2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Science Club 15 Football 3,45 Co-captain 3,45 Commercial Club 45 Bus Driver 3,45 Bus Monitor 1,25 Class Superlative 3,4. JOHNNY MATTHEWS - Commercial Club 45 Science Club 1,2. CHARLENE OAKLEY - F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 F.T.A. 1,2,35 Science Club 2,35 Beta Club 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Latin Club 3,45 Annual Staff3,45 School Daze Staff 25 Commercial Club 3,45 Class Officer 1,35 Superlative 1,2,35 Cheerleader 3. BILL O-'NEAL' - Glee Club 15 Science Club l,2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Super- lative 1,2,45 Commercial Club 3 FRANK PARK - Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Monogram l,2,3,45 Commercial Club 25 Superlative l,2,3,45 Latin Club 3,4. PHILLIP PERDUE - Glee Club l,2,3,45 4-H Club l,2,3,45 Science Club 45 vice-Pfesident 45 Bus Monitor 2,3,45 Latin ciub 3,45 Beta Club 2,3,45 Class Officer 45 Commercial Club 45 Class Superlative 1,2,3. JOYCE ROSE PERRY - Glee Club 2,3,45 4-H Club l,2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,25 Commercial Club 3,45 Elementary Librarian 45 Senior Reporter5 Bus Monitor 3,4. BLANDB: PRUITT - Basketball l,2,3,45 Co-captaing Golf l,2,3,45 Co- captain5 Band l,2,3,45 Glee Club 15 Superlative 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Commercial Club 25 Annual Staff 3,45 Music Feder- ation 1,2. Senior Statistics ALLEN RICHARDSON - F.H.A. 1,2535 Glee Club l,2,35 Science Club 1, 2,35 Commercial Club 3,45 Music Federation 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Super- lative l,2,35 Class Officer 35 Miss Mills High Representative 35 Annual Staff 3,45 School Daze Staff l,2,3,45 4-H Club 4. MAVIS GRAY SMITH - Commercial Club 35 Bus Driver 2,3,45 Science Club 45 Lunch Room Work 35 Office Work 3. FAYE SOUTHALL - Band 1,2,3,45 Librarian 45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 35 F.T.A. 3,45 Reporter 45 School Daze Staff 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Com- mercial Club 3,4. ALMA RAY SPENCER - F.T.A. 2,3,45 F.H.A.1,2,3,45 Monogram 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Class Superlative 3,45 Co- captain Basketball 45 Librarian 35 Glee Club 1,2. JAYNE STALLINGS - Bus Driver 3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Superlative 1,35 Latin Club 3,45 School Daze Staff 3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Commercial Club 3, 45 Science Club 2,35 Annual Staff 3,45 Glee Club l,2,3,4. JACK FISHER STONE - 4-H Club 1,2,3,45 Football 35 Baseball 2,3,45 Substitute Bus Driver 3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Bus Monitor 4. HARRY STROTHER - 4-H Club 3,4: F.T.A. 35 Science Club 45 Bus Mon- itor 3,45 Football 3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Class Officer 25 Superlative 1,2,3. CLAY TAYLOR - Class Officer 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45 Sci- ence Club 1,2,35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Beta Club 2,3,45 Golf Team 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Vice-President 35 President 45 Latin Club 35 Music Federation Club 1,2. HAZEL THARRINGTON - F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Science Club 45 Bus Monitor l,2,35 Librarian 3,45 4-H Club 15 Office Work 2. SMITHIE JOHNETTE WADDELL - F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. l,2,35 Cheer- leader 2,35 Homecoming Court 45 Glee Club 1,2,3, Officer l,2,35 Com- mercial Club 3,45 Superlative2,35 Science Club l,2,35 Class Reporter 1, 25 Latin Club 3,45 School Daze Staff 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Librarian 2,35 4-H Club l,2,4, President 1, Secretary 2. JANICE TILLOTSON WILDER - F.H.A. 1,25 Glee Club 2,15 Band l,2,35 Dance Band l,2,35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 Co-captain Basketball3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Superlative 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 1,45 Student Council 45 Homecoming Court 35 Miss Mills High Represent- ative 1,2. MARTHA WRENN - Beta Club 3,45 Officer 45 Glee Club l,2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,35 Science Club 2,3,45 School Daze Staff 45 Commercial Club 3,45 Class Officer 25 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Officer 45 Annual Staff 45 Cheerleader l,2,3,45 Assistant-head 3,45 Band l,2,35 Monogram 3,45 Superlative 1, 35 Bus Monitor 35 Office Work 25 Delegate to State Beta Convention 3. ZO ,,,.,f-ff'-'f L 'V vx Mascots Patr1c1a Freeman Bill Davis Aren't they cute! Aren't they fine! They' re the mascots for 1959. 2 I :- b S 0 -A-M....M, ,, 'Nr Q ig' NV? M125 S! b " A l si. , t'l f ws? M 1 rag,-x gh. , . x i 4' Q., A 'Q Zu" . , x A t tl la I . .I Z I1 1 H A ful' A-. 4 QffMsek2i'., AzL, ' A x V 1 mg. Q34 J A - x 4, ,. , A . . ig .,., , K , ,,,.W,M-.5 I' , - 4' .wfgghiaffx , -faggifwg ,, m ' A ,ggi t WP f .,f'.- f ,M - , N Q as . wer if H 4' nw iw-ea A Y- ., ,- w ,X ii. U if Q - 1 ,, - - , , .45-7'1i,, If 5- f ..,, f A f ,HL,.,,:4J.. ld. 'iiik ' an . " .p' W3 K., I., -Zqpxag' ,j s Q Awww:-on-0 ,V ,I f 'b 0 ,f I I 1 ' r ' A 9 WP? Best Dressed Most Popular Sandra Sue Horton Bette Lou Cash Clay Taylor Richard Marshall Superlafzves Most Talented Janice Wilder Jesse Holten East will Ami Gesiamenf Last Will and Testament We, the senior class of William Robert Mills School, in the town of Louisburg, county of Franklin, and state of North Caro- lina, being of sane minds, realizing that our days as high school students are numbered, and inthe day of our Lord do hereby de- clare this our last will and testament. Article I To our parents whose guidance has led us through the past twelve years, we leave our love and appreciation for the many trials and tribulations they have seen us through. Article II To our school we leave our hopes and best wishes that in this world of progress it continues the task of making boys and girls of today into men and women of tomorrow. Article III To Mr. Stallings, our principal, who has been congenial with us as students and ever willing to assist us with our problems, we leave our deep and sincere appreciation. To Mrs. Jackson, our senior advisor, because of her willing- ness to teach even the slowest of us, we, the class of nineteen hundred fifty-nine leave our heart-warming desire that someday we may in some small way return this kindesss. To Mrs. Jolly, we leave our thanks for the many ways she has patiently helped us with our English during our senior year. To Mrs. Bailey, who always wanted us to aim for the higher goals in life, we leave our appreciation for helping us reach one of these goals. To Mrs. Laughter, we leave our hopes that you will teach the uprising seniors as much mathematics as you taught us. To Mrs. Denmark, we leave our sympathy for now having the job of keeping books. To Mrs.McCollum, we leave the hope that this year's Glee Club will not be able to compete with next year's. To Mrs. Leonard, we leave our thanks for making better homemakers of some of us, but not all of us. To Mr. Justice, we leave our hopes that next year there will be enough band members not to have to combine the junior and senior bands. To Mr. Dean, our beloved coach, we proudly leave fifteen of the most outstanding athletes in Franklin County now in the first grade at Mills High School. 25 East will And Zestamenf Article IV To the juniors we leave the vacant spot to fulfill as seniors in hopes they will have as many cherished memories as we have possessed. To the sophomores we leave the honorable spot as juniors. To the freshmen we leave the dignity of becoming sopho- mores. Article V Felix Allen leaves his high-waisted pants to Peter Allen. Trudy Anderson leaves her ability to study to anyone who is lucky enough to have this ability. Carolyn Baker leaves her typing ability to Myrna Bailey. Frances Bass leaves her love for Latin to Margaret Beck. Herbert Beasley leaves his white shirts to anyone who thinks his mother will be able to keep them washed and ironed as his did. Charles Buchanan leaves his tremendous size to Tommy Denton. Jo Ann Capell leaves her quiet ways to Barbara Brown. Bette Lou Cash leaves her success with the annual to Peggy Pruitt. Jean Coley leaves her love for the Louisburg Drive-In The- ater to Virginia Trotter. Claudette Cranford leaves her love for Mills School to Mary Charles Hunt. Bobby Davis leaves his laugh to Roger Mitchell in hopes that he will use it as he did. Joyce Eagles leaves her ability as head cheerleader to Betty Atkins. Woodrow Evans after harrassing the teachers as much as possible just leaves. David Fuller leaves his love for all the girls to James Phelps. Janet Hall leaves her witty ways to Linda Knott. George Hayes leaves his shortness to Earl Perry. Jesse Holton leaves his friendship with Mr. Justice to Tommy Wilson in hopes that he will be as good a companion as Jesse. Sandra Sue Horton leaves the clothes she has not found time to wear this year to Nina Thayer. Barbara Johnson leaves her love for Louisburg College to Mary Lee Johnson. Phillip Knott leaves his ability to tell jokes to anyone that is able to express them as he did. Gaynelle Layton leaves her long, blond hair to Lucie Elam. 26 East will And Zesfament Diane Williams Layton leaves her Christmas spirit to any- one who wants to get married during Christmas holidays. Alma Marks leaves her tiny feet to Hannah Sykes. Richard Marshall leaves his love for football and baseball to Billy Brooks. Johnny Matthews leaves his friendship for Phillip Knott to Sue Wilson. Charlene Oakley leaves her small figure to Doris Ayscue. Billy O' Neal leaves his seat in the detention hall to James Gilliam in hopes that he will fill it as often as Bill did. Frank Park leaves his athletic ability to Johnny Williamson. Phillip Perdue leaves his height to Stacy Finch. Rose Perry leaves her height to Becky Weaver. Bland Pruitt leaves his good looks to James Williams. Allen Richardson leaves her love for convertibles to Bar- bara Catlette. Mavis Smith leaves her ability to drive a school bus to Judy Denton. Faye Southall leaves her love for Edward Best High School to Frances Howell. Alma Spencer leaves her natural curly hairto Betty Hobgood. Jack Stone leaves his ability to sleep through class to Wayne Lloyd. Harry Strother leaves his ways of pestering the girls to Pete Tomlinson. Clay Taylor leaves his ability as a good trumpet player to Frank Freeman. Hazel Tharrington leaves her job in the jewelry store sell- ing diamonds and rubies to anyone who loves to handle these stones. Janice Wilder leaves her abilities as a housewife and a school student to Ann Ayscue. Johnette Waddell leaves her "go get 'em," and "drop 'em" ways to Jane Buchanan. Martha Wrenn leaves her "Rockin' With Wrenn" show to B. T. Rowe, since he lives so near the radio station. I, Jayne Stallings, being a member of the Bear Club, leave my membership card to Patricia Hicks. Testator: Jayne Stallings Witnesses: Long Sam Sad Sack Brigitte Bardot 27 Class Prophecy A brand new day in my life as assistant to the internationally known psychologist, Dr. Robert LemuelAlexander, was just beginning whena'phone call requested that I come, immediately, to my boss' office. The urgency of the call inspired me with confidence and joy that were changed toafeeling of anxiety and dismay the moment I saw Dr. Alexander's countenance. "Miss Eag1es," he said, "I have for you a very important assignment uponwhich depends the destiny of the world-its security or its destruction. It will be your responsibility to select 42 people as a crew for a Lunar Rocket. The task is a stupendous one. I shall expect a certified report from you within 48 hours." Ihad never failed Dr. Alexander, Ishould not fail him now, but 42 people of calibre suitable to staff a Lunar Rocket! 42--42--I said to myself, and as if by magic, the saying of the number 42 brought to mind the members of my high school senior class. We numbered 42- the most daring, versatile people to be found anywhere. In haste, Idrew from my desk drawer an address book bearing the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of every member of the Class of 1959. I literally monopolized the services of both telephone and telegraph for 40 hours, and at the end of 48 hours I had the acceptance of all 42 people, had listed them as I thought wise, and presented the certified report to Dr. Alexander. He gratefully accepted my report and asked thatlread it to him which I did: Fe Allen is now a well known geologist in the Midwest. On the side he is a private investigator for the F. B. I. Being elected president of her high school bridge club, Bette Lou Cash now runs a "bridge parlor" behind the locked door of her famous night club "The Lucky Turn." Claudette Cranford has invented a new cigarette with over 75,000 filter traps. Woodie Evans, having married a business tycoon, is a floor walker for their large department store, in lingerie. David Fuller, known in high school as "hot-lips Fuller", has taken over the "Bob Cummings Show". Jesse Holton is a famous sports writer. In his spare time he writes books on sports and donates them to the Mills High School library. Sandra Sue Horton, after giving it much consideration, is now a feature dancer with the "June Taylor Dancers". Barbara Johnson is a New York City policewomang her only job is to keep people from "Jay-walking". 28 Class Prophecy Remembering his high school dream, Phillip Knott is the sole owner of a drag strip around Mills High School. Alma Marks, who had enough excitement in her senior year in high school, is just trying to find a husband so she can live happily ever after. Richard Marshal1's love for football followed him through life. He is now coach of the football cheerleaders at the University of Florida. Even now we see Johnny Matthews in cap and gown--no--he isn't still trying to graduate, he is the head surgeon at John Hopkins Hospital. Charlene Oakley now guides tourists through the Sahara Desert on her CAMEL. Billy O' Neal always wanting to win some kind of record finally succeeded, he is the only male kindergarten teacher in the world. Johnette Waddell, after her exit from the social world, is the president of her own "Lonely Hearts Club". Phillip Perdue, after many hours of practice, holds honors of being the world champion hula-hooper. After a whirl at ladies wrestling, Rose Perry changed her sport and is now the water skiing instructor at Sea Island, Georgia. Bland Pruitt, who has taken over faithful old Casey's place for trailway, now takes Mrs. Jackson's seniors to Washington. Allen Richardson tooka course in aerodynamics and now is an instructor in a pilots school in Miami, Florida. Faye Southall had made a career of going to college. She said there is one main interest Cnamely Professor Harrison.D Alma Ray Spencer has become a renowned scientist and she has found her way to every teenagers heart. She invented a new pin ball machine. Making sure she will be EARLY all her life, Jayne Stallings now owns a clock factory. Jack Stone, being one of the shortest boys in his class, spent his entire life developing a vitamin pill for growth. By the way, Jack is now 6'6". Martha Wrenn owns her own radio station, Station TWH. She runs Them both like a charm. Charles Buchanan got tired of girls stepping on his feet while dancing, so he operated a large dance studio for girls in the South. "The Arthur Murray Show" is still on the air, but now when Arthur gets tired of doing the rhumba, Bobby Davis stands in for him. After divorcing his fourth wife, Harry Strother decided to sell his mink farms and retire. Clay Taylor worked so hard at being student council president that Mr. Stallings finally retired and gave the school to him as a Christmas present. 29 Class Prophecy Clay made only one change-no males are allowed to enter the premises. Hazel Tharrington gotaknock at her door one day-yes-it was a cashiers check for one million dollars, now she sits at home and watches her secre- taries count her money. Janice Wilder, the first Mrs. in our class, is now rearing a family. Every child gets "Wilder" and "Wi1der". Frank Park quit college after he took the entrance exam, hoboed down Texas way, stumped his toe in the soil, and up popped an oil well. Trudy Anderson's love for mysteries has paid off! She is now assistant to J. Edgar Hoover, head of the F. B. I. George Hayes is now a famous chef at the Waldorf Astoria. Diane Layton is the perfect housewife withafamily of three sets of twins. Frances Bass has held the title of "Cowgirl of the Year" for the past five years. She goes on Rodeo tours all over the world year 'round. Jean Coley went into training at. Rex, fainted into her doctor's arms at the first sight of blood, and later married him. Janet Hall married her high school sweetheart and is now rearing her own "Hall Globe Trotters". Jo Ann Capell is now a much loved school teacher. She doesn't believe in making students nervous by giving them tests and exams. Mavis Smith gets to listen to everyone's conversations, she is a tele- phone operator in South Carolina. Want to know the latest news? Just dial O and ask for Mavis. HerbertBeasley is every girl's dream swinging from a tree in the new Tarzan series. Gaynelle Layton runs an apparel shop for men in down town Louisburg. In high school Carolyn Baker took piano for many years, now she works on the Liberace show--she buys his candles and carefully arranges them on the piano for him. Whenlfinished my report Dr. Alexander nodded his head with approval. As I turned to leave the room he cleared his throat with forced effort and beganto speak, "Miss Eagles, one of us must accompany this fine crew and since I can not leave the office--" I took the hint all right, so off I went to the airport. Unfortunately, the traffic was very heavy that day and I was unable to board the rocket with the others. I got to the airport just in time to get a faint glimpse of the ship as it faded from sight. Class History In the fall of 1947, a group of small, bewildered children entered William Robert Mills School. Our eight years of elementary school were filled with the guidance and understanding necessary for adaptation to high school life. September of 1955 found our class Cthe class of 19591 making its first appearance in high school life. We were rather shy and quite awed by the mighty "upper classmen". After our first excitement had subsided, we began to get into the swing of things, under the watchful eye of Mr. Earl T. Justice and Mr. Clyde Polk. We elected class officers with Clay Taylor as president, George Hayes, vice-president, Chuck Green, secretary, and Charlene Oakley, treasurer, and then got to work. Our outside activities were few in quantity but wide in quality. Many of our students took part in the glee club, Martha Wrenn, Billy O'Neal, Faye Southall, Barbara Johnson, Betty Lou Cash, J ohnette Waddell, Sandra Sue Horton, Frances Bass, Janice Wilder, Charlene Oakley, Trudy Anderson, Joyce Eagles, Phillip Perdue, David Fuller, Bland Pruitt, Jayne Stallings, Carolyn Baker, Rose Perry, Jean Coley, Diane Williams, Clay Taylor, Bennett Perry, band, Jesse Holton, Faye Southall, Martha Wrenn, Janice Wilder, David Fuller, George Hayes, Bland Pruitt, Chuck Green, Clay Taylor, F.H.A., Jayne Stallings, Barbara Johnson, John- ette Waddell, Sandra Sue Horton, Charlene Oakley, Betty Lou Cash, Carolyn Baker, Jo Anne Capell, Martha Wrenn, Gaynell Layton, Rose Perry, Frances Bass, Faye Southall, Diane Williams, cheerleaders, Martha Wrenn, Betty Lou Cash, Joyce Eagles, baseball, Frank Park, golf, Fe Allen, Bland Pruitt, basketball, Janice Wilder, Janet Hall, Alma Spencer, Charlene Oakley, Jesse Holton, Chuck Green, Bennett Perry, Frank Park, Sandra Sue Horton, Betty Lou Cash, and Fe Allen were marshalls. Before we knew it, the summer was gone and we entered school again as sophomores. We entered school again this year with more confidence. Our advisor was Mrs. Gladys Bailey, Jean Coley was elected president, Harry Strother, vice-president, Claudette Cranford, secretary, and Martha Wrenn, treasurer. Sandra Sue Horton attended the Beta Convention in Ashe- ville. In April Mr. Polk took the biology class to Florida. Everyone enjoyed this trip and wish only that the other classes could have the opportunity. Again the class participated in various activities and athletics. Marshalls were Betty Lou Cash, Sandra Sue Horton, Trudy Anderson, and Felix Allen. This and a few parties ended our sophomore year. When we returned in '57, we were aware of the responsibilities placed on our shoulders. We received things that we had been looking forward to, our class rings. On May 10, 1958, the juniors and seniors met in Raleigh at the Woman' s Club for their banquet. The theme was "Moonlight and Roses". Everyone really enjoyed this big event and will always remember it. Attend- ing the Beta Convention in Raleighwere Sandra Sue Horton, Trudy Anderson, Betty Lou Cash, Martha Wrenn, Fe Allen, Clay Taylor, and Phillip Perdue. 31 We knew what a busy year was before us. We went about our duties with Mrs. Harvey Bartholomew helping us through the most difficult tasks. Elect- ed as officers were David Fuller, president, Allen Richardson, vice-presi- dent, Joyce Eagles, secretary, and Charlene Oakley, treasurer. Marshalls were Betty Lou Cash, Trudy Anderson, Felix Allen, and Sandra Sue Horton. The juniors enjoyed participating in the clubs and athletics. This year they continued their activities. Doinga swell job on the first football team since about twenty-five years were David Fuller, Richard Marshall, Jack Stone, Harry Strother, and Phillip Knott. Returning for our final year in August 1958, under the guiding hand of Mrs. Susie H. Jackson, we began a busy year looking toward the future with high hopes. Under the wonderful guidance of Mrs. Jackson and the officers we elected our senior superlatives. Best-all-around, Frank Park and Janice Wilder, best dressed, Clay Taylor and Sandra Sue Horton, most talented, Jesse Holton and Janice Wilder, friendliest, Phillip Perdue and Claudette Cranford, most studious, Phillip Perdue and Sandra Sue Horton, most pop- ular, Richard Marshall and Betty Lou Cash, most athletic, Richard Marshall and Alma Spencer, best looking, Bland Pruitt and Gaynell Layton, cutest, Charles Buchanan and Betty Lou Cash, most courteous, Herbert Beasley and Jean Coley, wittiest, Billy O' Neal and Janet Hall. President of our Stu- dent Council was Clay Taylor, with Betty Lou Cash, treasurer, Bland Pruitt, Sergeant at Arms, and Janice Wilder, class representative. Having the hon- or of being in the Beta Club were Trudy Anderson, Charlene Oakley, Martha Wrenn, Fe Allen, Phillip Perdue, and Clay Taylor. We want to thank Betty Lou Cash and Sandra Sue Horton for doing such a wonderful job on our school annual and paper. There will always be memories of our Washington Trip. Among the in- teresting places we visited were: the Capitol, White House, Bureau of Print- ing and Graving, the Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln monuments, Cathe- dral and the Monastery, and Mount Vernon. Everyone truly enjoyed this trip and hope there will be the opportunity for everyone in the years to come. It was a long road with many smiles anda few tears, but it has been one that will always bring pleasant memories to us. We want to thank our parents for their loving guidance in sending us to school, our principals, teachers, and all the students for helping make our school life a most enjoyable one. We all say "Thank You". Class Historian Rose Perry Class Poem Now that our high school days are o'er, Our hearts are joyful, but at the same time sad, Joyful in that we have reached our goal so long worked for, Sad because we are departing from the good times we've had. Realizing that now we must choose our path of life, We look toward the future to see what it holds, Will there be more joy than sorrow? more leisure than strife? These can only be answered as time unfolds. Although we can't tell what future will bring, We have our friends and loved ones to help us on our way, And we have God, the Everlasting King, To love, cherish, and guide us each day. Diane W. Layton Class Song "There's a school we will remember, And each year was very fine. Our big class was good and bad together, And the fun we had was so divine. Friendship thrives throughout our daily living From the years we spent in dear Mills Hi, So let's set a goal for all high standards s t ,Q X- That we learned back in old Mills Hi. Y ' There'll be days when we'1l be thinking, Of our past throughout those times. With kind thoughts and with our full remembrance Of the friends we made along the line. So Mills Hi we will not ere forget you And the pleasant hours we spent with you, May you not forget we love you Mills Hi, With a love that will never die." Tune: Smiles Lyrics: Sandra Sue Horton 33 Senior Baliy Pictures 1. FeAllen 2. TrudyAnderson 3. FrancesBass 4. Carolyn Baker 5. JoAnn Capell 6. BetteLou Cash 7. JeanCo1ey 8. Joyce Eagles 9. WoodrowEvans 10. David Fuller 11. GeorgeHayes 12. Jesse Holton 13. SandraHorton 14. BarbaraJohnson 15. Phillip Knott 16. Gaynelle Layton 17. Diane Layton 18. Alma Marks 19. Richard Marshall 20. Charlene Oakley 21. Billy O'Neal 22. Frank Park 23. Rose Perry 24. Phillip Perdue 25. Bland Pruitt 26. Allen Richardson 27. Mavis Smith 28. Faye Southall 29. JayneSta1lings 30. AlmaSpencer 31. JackStone 32. HazelTharrington 33. Clay Taylor 34. Johnette Waddell 35. Janice Wilder 36. Martha Wrenn 34 5He junior Class JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right - Raymond Joyner, Patricia Hicks, Linda Wilson, Peggy Pruitt 35 uniors run. dr'- v I Peter Allen Betty Atkins 'Uv' al o., yy. t 8 D 5 5 Ann Ayscue Myrna Baily el' L 5? Barbara Brown A Barbara Catlette . Mozelle Edwards , Lucy Elam 255 it Martha Ford Frank Freeman L' Marla Gupton L J J Patricia Hicks Mary Lee Johnson Johnette Jones Clarice Joyner e Raymond Joyner Robert La Fata Q' A " Ns f. ' A :gi it-.3 ,, . N ,, 1 2 , K 1 is ,... N is-N. YS? s Ex i A X r 0 vs V' i-..,.. - 'iid' 'C' wg . A iso- Na. 37 Us uniors Jim Leonard Wayne Lloyd Barry Loftin Frances Pearce Libby Peoples Darlene McKinnon Peggy Pruitt Doris Roberson B. T. Rowe Hannah Sykes Lucy Taylor David Terrell Nina Thayer Virginia Trotter Holt Weaver Linda Wilson Jack Drewett Edna Woodlief Zfie Sopgomore Class 'F 17" , ,- ,V -l.m- QA, . . if . , , . 97 , M 4 X .. A ,WA , 5 , W, f X t A ,Q ' Q' 'ai ' Q, :nm Q A V wi' A uf-.. ' is sal M - - . ,. 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" , fi , is '- I e l k Q, x X X A .v , t, 'll N Sophomores 39 Doris Ayscue Margaret Beck Charles Bland Billy Brooks William Burnette Tommy Denton Margie George James Gilliam Allan Harris Billy Harris Mary Charles Hunt Cora Kemp Linda Knott Billy Lumpkin Roger Mitchell Betsy O' Neal Bill Patterson Earl Perry James Phelps Carolyn Plott Larry Roberson Ella Faye Simmons Harold Spencer Linda Spencer Carol Timberlake Peggy Robbins Bill Robbins Ralph Timberlake Pete Tomlinson Elaine Wester Barbara White James Williams Tommy Wilson Carolyn Kinton Roger Matthews Marjorie Burnette 5He Hresnman Class ! Left to right - Charlie Ford, Johnny Williamson, Patricia Medlin, Becky Weaver 40 X 1: K, if greshmen al, A 1' Q 1 an A is . P gg vi 2 C ry' v fs, g . D D A L I 8 ., 0 - my 5,3 ms y ,E 4 J V - 4 K '7 X , ' J .- for , .H 'lbw X ' Q V fi. f f"'f f ' N .. 3 I y L ,WP :F 4 2 3- ' 'X ' - J . . 5 ,. t mf V 1 N lr i K J it Q P- Ly X rf L Q X., 04 L ,Q he , 4 A, C 1 x L J X I D 'Z .I 2 : Q: 1837! 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In governing Mills High, dear bg old, they work not for the benefit of a few, but for the benefit of the whole. La' B eta C lub meetings, theywgweqllyg have fun. Woglgco 3.5.A. Clufi -lux lun all I They sit in class from September to May. They work real hard so they all say-just so they can be your teachers someday. X 74,5 i, ,... I I I I mx In M.- ,W K '-1 K 532 W, 7HA C1115 fl These girls cook, these girls sew, THEY are the Future Homemakers-On the Go! plnixxul . ' ,i3i.z.aun uuD3 fi' 35 -'--- The Romans had a language-It was very strange you see. It took very hard work and studying to learn the verb lo gi. Qlee C1116 Singing and working, it cou1dn't be greater. We always know that gh ratings come later. M4 School Dage 1 We have Chit Chat, Features, and news ofthe latest. In short-our School Daze is simply the greatest. 0'-I Bus Drivers ER ll 'Q f, H?" ' my .W f 2 ' 2 Q W, : , , g F 1 1 W, 2 .f f, 2, f,. , ' is so ' i :isis Z X M, W i i 4 i s si E X E L Lg-It i s , 5 r of , Y E , , iw 1 f' K 'Q' 4, F s' 1 ,Vg 9 Q Mr, And Miss Mills HigH Look up so high-right to the sky. You' 11 see those two kids who reign as Mr. and Miss Mills High. 'M -' 57 X 3. Scnzor Marshals Left to right-Trudy Anderson, Sandra Sue Horton, Fe Allen, Bette Lou Cash. our Homecoming Queen She was the choice of the boys-She was the choice of the team. She is the greatest me 2 1 5 'Q57 rx "Ig ve' w Homecominq Court E 1' B,- ASSOCIATED MOTOR CO. Compliments of "Modern Auto Repair Service" LEGGETTS DEPARTMENT Specializing in Heavy Duty STORE Equipment Jim Bailey, Manager Louisburg, North Carolina Louisburg, North Carolina ALLEN OIL CO. Distributors of Mobilgas and Mobil Heating MOBILOIL The World's Largest Selling Oil Phone GY 6-4141 Louisburg, North Carolina Compliments of F. H. ALLEN'S GIN Greenway-Allen Potato Plant Louisburg, North Carolina Miss Emily Tipp Says-- FOR THAT TIP-TOP FEELING ALL THE TIME Choose TIP-TOP Bread and Cake Rocky Mount North Carolina Sigh, an M1118 Banu Mayorettes S 5 A s 5 F580 1 1 Pretty, faithful, loving, true-they practice, they work, for you-know-who. At the games they're always leading the crowd. They help to keep our School famous and proud. FNS l .gy , N X A .4 . .-" Q ,N E.,-3 Y R A K K VAN is I QQXYX fi: f M o 'lm get Q-9, Q-As to y- fr,- w f -ia , 1-,f1,igi4'g5 fi, ixiiewufe bfi SPURTS S 1' X xxx x -V It J 5 Z . WW Y , X I WX Q , J xx 0 :0 golf Zeam With a club in their hands and luck in their pockets, there they go-they're off like rockets! vii 1 X 'fi' gg ESV? Monogram C1116 nv +. 4 S-ff 1-. -' xv- 5 1 1. . R is Q 4 .Y a 5 ffk' , if 7 M3 V' - - f f'?f'1f Vf an . 5 TYJLEYIAN . A Ng -. - -ff IAQ' , K K- I F N Y :LJ '. . .' "' Q' Q .Ln '5',,- A K- if-'PP-Z , ., gnsvm ftawff 'M - .NAA YA :swf Q 1 L 1' ' FM! 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Y: f'iF'5-'uf nk i Peggy Pruitt Marla Gupton Editor Business Manager Barbara Brown Peter Allen Advertising Manager Boys' Sports' Editor Lucy E1am Picture Editor tr1c1a Hicks Frank F S Pa ' ' ' Circulationrifggger Girls' Sports' Editor THE TOWN 0F LUUISBURG EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING SENIORS, STUDENT BODY, and FACULTY OF THE WILLIAM ROBERT MILLS SCHOOL C 8. P MUSIC CO. For the Finest Record Players, Records, Radios 930 South Main Street Louisburg, North Carolina Compliments of W. V. AVENT-NURSERY Fuller and Hayes Children's Apparell Shop Scoggin Drug Co. Pruitt's Shell Service Beck's Garage Congratulations Seniors GEORGE A. DENNIS Compliments of G. C. HARRIS, AGENT Royster Fertilizer FRANKLIN FARMERS EXCHANGE F. C. X. Louisburg, North Carolina Compliments of UNION WAREHOUSE Numa Freeman Louisburg, North Carolina FOX'S DEPT. STORE A Step AHEAD in Style A Mile AHEAD in Values Louisburg, North Carolina Visit Us For Quick Service HOWELL'S WATCH SHOP Fine China and Crystal Louisburg, North Carolina BENTON AND GREEN FURNITURE Kelvinator Appliances Sylvania Television Rugs-Radios-Cook Stoves W. J. COOPER 8. CO. INSURANCE Cotton Buyers Phone GY-6-4138 Louisburg, North Carolina WILSON'S BUILDING SUPPLY Building Materials Millwork Phone GY-6-3722 Louisburg, North Carolina THE MURPHY HOUSE House of Fine Foods Pit-Cooked Barbecue Wholesale and Retail Louisburg, North Carolina THE WYNNE SELF-SERVICE Groceries Fresh Meats Gas, Oil, and Feeds Fruits and Vegetables SATISFACTION is our motto Phone GY-6-3852 O. J. WRENN, JR. GROCERY HENDERSON ROAD Phone GY-6-3230 GRIFFEN MOTOR CO. Authorized Ford Dealers Automobile Repairs of All Kinds Phone GY-6-4169 Market Street Louisburg, North Carolina Congratulations, Seniors! BIG FRANKLIN TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Arch Wilson Sz Sterlin Cottrell Owners and Operators Congratulations Class of ' 59 ! BODDIE'S DRUG STORE Louisburg North Carolina TAYLOR 8. THAYER IUMBER COMPANY Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber Products Louisburg North Carolina FIRST CITIZEN BANK AND TRUST CO. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Louisburg North Carolina Compliments of YOUNGSTOWN MANUFACTURING CO. Aluminum Extensions Louisburg North Carolina H.C. TAYLOR Hardware, Furniture, Electrical Appliances Sporting Goods, Model Planes and Hobbies Louisburg North Carolina HERFF-JONES COMPANY Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers Allen Barbee District Representative Spring Hope North Carolina HARDWICK WELDING AND MACHINE WORKS Machinist and Welders Sales and Service Clinton Engineers Iron Fireman Heating Louisburg, North Carolina A. A. 'SHELL SERVICE Tires-Batteries-Accessories Phone GY-6-3629 Bickett Boulevard Louisburg, North Carolina HIGHT MOTOR SALES Body Repair New and Used Cars Highway 561 Louisburg, North Carolina PIGGLY WIGGLY Louisburg's Finest Better Quality Lower Prices Louisburg, North Carolina SOUTHERN ICE CREAM CO., INC T. Preston Matthews, Vice-Pres. - Mgr. John B. Norwood, Assistant Manager William B. Frazier, Sales Manager -Distributors- of PINE STATE ICE CREAM, MILK, AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Telephone GE - 8- 7 1 55 Henderson North Carolina POULAN CHAIN SAWS SALES-SERVICE N 81 M SAW COMPANY Willis Nash Linwood Moore Bickett Boulevard Louisburg North Carolina Congratulations 500 WATTS we're Your R adio N eighbor 1480 KC LOUISBURG A P NEWS Meet your friends at 0'NEAl DRUG COMPANY Good Things to Eat and Good Things to Drink Plant More Trees Cut Timber Wisely Member, Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association NASH TIMBER CGMPANY Willis W. Nash, Owner Dealer Residence Phone GY-6-3646 Office: Bunn Woodyard Bunn North Carolina CHAMP'S AUTO SUPER MKT. New and Used Cars and Trucks - Buy, Sell and Trade For the Finest Quality of Cars and Best Prices SEE US FIRST Bigket Blvd, Day Phone GY-6-3102 Louisburg, North Carolina Night GY-6-3540 This IS Your Invitation To Visit THE VIllAGE DRIVE-IN Bickett Boulevard Louisburg North Carolina JOHNSON COTTON COMPANY Refrigerators, Radios, Electric Pumps, Furniture, Tractors, Implements, Farm Supplies and Building Supplies Louisburg North Carolina McKINNE'S SEABOARD STORES Complete Hardware Service, Building Materials Pumps-Appliances, Farm Equipment and Toys Louisburg North Carolina TON KEL'S DEPARTMENT STORE Outfitters for Men, Women 8: Children Louisburg, North Carolina LOUISBURG MILLING CO. Corn Meal and Feeds Louisburg, North Carolina CHESSON'S FLORIST "Flowers That Talk" Phone GY-6-4131 Louisburg Franklinton LEONARD BROTHERS R.F.D. 4 Growers and Processors of Certified Seeds Louisburg, North Carolina PRUITT LUMBER CO. Wholesale Manufacturers and Distributors Louisburg, North Carolina Washing-Polishing HOLMES CITIES SERVICE Lindsay Holmes - Owner Phone GY-6-3893 Louisburg, North Carolina P. S. ALLEN USED CARS Louisburg, North Carolina HOME OIL CO. Distributors Atlantic High Grade Petroleum Telephone GY-6-4181 or GY-6-3472 Louisburg, North Carolina it I elses ,I I. ee ee me WHELESS OIL COMPANY f0mP'fm'n'S"f Distributors of Texaco Products Distributors of Firestone Products Phone GY 6-3551 Louisburg, North Carolina CHARLES E. FORD Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1959 From TOMMY HARRIS Your Home Town PINE STATE Milkman BALL WELL COMPANY A well for every need Boring and Drilling Joe Ball, Jr. Phone GY-6-3998 Route 3 Louisburg, North Carolina LOUISBURG BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Building materials - Plumbing And Electrical Supplies 1034 S. Main Street Louisburg, North Carolina MAX T. BROWN Forester and Pulpwood Dealer Phone GY-6-3641 Louisburg, North Carolina ROWE'S MEN SHOP Everything to Wear for Men and Boys Louisburg, North Carolina Congratulations Class of ' 59 RONALD THARRINGTON'S Phone GY-6-3920 Hickory Rock Trade Center Compliments of BOULEVARD DRIVE-IN Louisburg, North Carolina SHANNON REALTY CORP "Better Homes for Better Living" Louisburg, North Carolina Compliments of MURPHY'S SUPER MARKET Serving this Community for 33 Years Quality Products and Service WARREN OIL CO. Phillips Tires and Batteries Louisburg, North Carolina QUALITY DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY SERVICE Approved Sanitone Service Louisburg, North Carolina Compliments ol FLEMING'S FRUITT COMPANY Louisburg, North Carolina For Insurance of Every Kind NATIONWIDE INSURANCE W. H. CJerryJ Horton, Jr. Dial GY-6-3345 203 N. John Street Louisburg, North Carolina WHELESS SALES CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Louisburg, North Carolina SCOGGIN'S for MILLS For everything! Louisburg, North Carolina LITTLE RIVER ICE COMPANY ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone GY-6-3410 or 6-3387 Louisburg, North Carolina Visit RAYNOR'S JEWELRY 8. GIFT Select your Patterns in Silver-China-Crystal Also for the Finest in Watches-Diamonds-Jewelry Louisburg, North Carolina Compliments of COLLIE'S PLUMBING 8. HEATING Bickett Boulevard Louisburg, North Carolina Your Dollar Buys More At The WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Tires-Auto Parts-T. V. 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