Monticello High School - Mon Echo Yearbook (Browns Summit, NC)

 - Class of 1957

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XXX, K, XX ff' Norih Carolina EDITOR Rita Roach BUSINESS MA NAGERS Mary Belle Johnson Maynard Huffines . - ., .:'-55" 73?5if' .jr ' V "' .1 I . , 5kf.ff332Y: v bf ,"b" " E7',:w2 n, - - r Mic" "J5i,,32, - I , A Sm, -4 +1i ,,+4m f,ff,fs??1gf,gL1x?a2,,, '."lU?'Tf',5i6'?7 :m,:.r.f.4.zgfs.. : tg N ' , - 1Ll"'Qf'f f?-.Mi-3125 f, V i ,l .p ,x','5-jf-":t,jfjf1-r,13'l',f" 'J -- n e? 421'-af-F1 - , ,fra 'S -if lg' ' Y' . , f. ,f i Q 7. 3 Gi fa Y ,y ii-. .- 1' H . 1 N 7 f 'Q F sk? Url .-it .15 ny, wi ,. ,. f'7,y, . RL" Pilar. . YJ-' ' 12 ' -t -I l .A -1 1 l .,-1-.,i,j H., . . . . , L. W rf vqgg-g.L A f E ,a cs,,+.fP' -e filw - rf, A ,.. A, . . .55 1:93--, in I wig: ' r - Iv, 1.5 FoREwoRD ln the following pages we have attempted to preserve many che ris he d memories of ball games, junior-senior banquets, class plays, and other activities. We have tried to picture Monti- cello during working hours and dur ing play, We as seniors will always remember our teachers, our parents, and all others who have given us encouragement, advice, understanding, and have made it possible for us to complete these twelve years at Monticello. The Mon-Echo staff wishes to present this the thirteenth volume of Monticello's year book for your enjoyment and pleasure in years to come. 4 C '.,f,.- 1 - :ti-c,.1-,Q , h -:A-'.vHv,,4, , . A ., . , - . . L ,fqfg.-Qi" ,W-Tx ' 11,5 -ppt, W.':wf,,: . 3 A - ed - 1.--me , fl,-"..,, -as-1 . . ,V . ,UM . in --L' -I , 1, "'r,m?i52' 521405 . 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In her we have a friend who considers our problems her problems. For her willingness to listen and counsel at all times, for showing a personal interest in the pupils' welfare and progress, for just being her kind and cheerful self, we, the Senior Class of 1957, dedicate this, the thirteenth edition of the Mon-Echo, to Mrs. Hopkins. 1? PRINCIPAL Mr. Reid ADMINISTRATION STAFF LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD SECRETARY This space is reserved in order that we may show our appreciation to the local school board for their untiring efforts in their work for us and the school. The committee men are as follows: Russell Busick, Frank Chrismon, Argus Warren, Howard Lambeth, and chairman Irvin Parka. Mrs. Propst FACULTY MR. BLACK English U. S. History 390900000099 MR. JONES Coach Math :QQ - .,. K' MRS. HOPKINS French Commercial Courses MRS. GREENE Home Economics Social Studies MR. TROST Agriculture FACULTY MR. SILLS Eighth Grade MRS. BA ILESS Seventh Grade MRS. WEBB Fifth and Sixth Grade FACULTY MRS. STEWART First Grade M. A 5-5 MRS. REID Third Grade '1 fax MRS. RUSHER Fourth Grade K Ucfccsf X 1 21 riqg' ,Q ,W ,c "muy, : K MRS. CUMBIE Second Grade CAFETERIA WORKERS Mrs. Ollie Brande, Mrs. Eva Wagoner, Manager, Mrs. Creola Parks CUSTODIAN A, 3Mgw:2s,mm fw fx Iasmgfi jk :--, H? ...Www , . W .. . '- . A -gffmneww 1 Raymond Revels ,en V , , , W I 3 nam, Ag. 5 J' -I A ..,,,,,,.: s .,,,j,,, . 5 Hz 4 PR we er 1, 'Q if i 4' , , fs WY itat Q 1 , 1' f5,,v,' - m a,g, WA.. QW- " N. ' A L' V if 5' if-' ,"7,'?',, :Q '.f2Mf",j, - Wm if My "ff wif' Awswv ,fn " we ' ' if ' n W., . wx' 7 .1 , v ,. , A. , , if , vp , Y ga I aw :- M W ff 1 ' . 1 K ' , I I . . wi' I M? 'hw ,W CLASS OFFICERS Vice President . . Henry Lambeth Secretary . . . . Glenda Murrell Treasurer ....... Shirley Brown MASCOTS PHY TH CLASS CF few., "sqm .M-,, CECIL ASHLEY I 969 '90 be 4448 599' 'W +408 Pa 4 'Q-GGG SO RUSSELL BARBER Q 9 9690 Tw CLASS OF T62 41 JACKIE BROWN e SH P Qi 00 6,235 1996 JIMMY FAUCETTE BROWN CLASS OF 9 vest NA OMI HA TCH ER 'L P559 M48 opp 959 1? 14,8 few? Ps P35 QL o QW Soft' H. s. KEY XJ S CLASS OF C: wg RUBY PRITCHETT X2 Y-av lily, 'ie V9 Q4 69? O4 C Qi QMS 9,9 R0 99 wg MQ? J' .TUANITA SHELTON 49 XX GERALDINE SUTTON s GL Q0 CLASS OF owls I' Dr 0 P- ge ook 1950 460 'Ve R DOUGLAS WRAY SENIOR STATISTICS KAREN SMITH- Library 1,25 Glee Club 15 Dra- matics Club25 Monogram Club 253545 Superlative 445 4-H Club 1525 Class Play 35 F,T.A. 253,45 F. H. A. 1,25 Basketball 2,3545 Newspaper Staff 45 Bus Driver 3,45 Music 1. GERALDINE SUTTON - Library Club 15 F.H.A. 25 Glee Club 15 Dramatics Club 25 Usher 35 Su- perlative 45 Basketball 45 Monogram Club 45 4-H Club 15 TAB Club 35 TAB officer 35 F,T.A. 4. JEAN WYRICK- Library Club 15 Dramatics Club 15 F.H.A. 25 Superlative 45 Basketball 45 Mono- gram Club 45 TAB Club 35 F,T.A, 4. AMY BARBER - Glee Club 15 Library Club 15 Dramatics Club 25 F.H.A. 25 Usher 35 Paper Staff 45 Class Prophet 45 Superlative 45 TAB Club 35 F.T.A. Club 4. RUBY PRITCHETT - 4-H Club 1,2535 Library Club 1525 May Court 25 Basketball 1,25 Softball 1,25 F.T.A. 1,25 Dramatics Club 1525 Usher 35 Superlative 45 Glee Club 25 Monogram Club 1,25 354. GLENDA MURRELL - Library Club 1,25 Glee Club 15 Dramatics Club 15 4-H Club 1525 F.H.A. 1,25 F.T.A, 2,3545 Play Cast 35 Monogram Club 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Beta Club 3545 Class Of- ficer 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Su- perlative 45 Harvest Queen 35 T.A.B. Club 35 4-H Club officer 2. SHELBY HARDY - Library Club 1525 Glee Club l5Dramatics Club 15 4-H Club 15 F.H.A. 25 F.T. A, Club 25 Superlative 45 Annual Staff 45 News- paper Staff45 Class Giftorian 45 Monogram Club 45 Basketball 45 Class Officer 1,35 TAB Club 3. FAYE GREEN - Beta Club 2,3545 Beta Club Of- ficer 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Library Club 15 Mar- shal 35 Voice 3,45 Monogram Club 253,45 Super- lative 45 F.H.A. 25 Play Usher 35 Softball 1,25 Basketball 253545 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper 4. GARNES RUMLEY - F.F.A. 153545 Beta Club Z, 3,45 F.F.A. Officer 3,45 Class Poet 45 Superla- tive 45 Dramatics Club 25 Stage Prompter 35 Newspaper Staff 45 Baseball 45 Class Officer 2. JOE BISHOP - Play Manager 35 Superlative 45 Bus Driver 25354. WAYNE BRANN - Stage Props 35 Bus Driver 3545 Superlative 45 F.F.A. 152. RUSSEL BARBER - Stage Props 35 Baseball 1545 Superlative 45 F.F.A. 153. LLOYD TUCKER - Stage Props 35 F.F.A. 15253545 F.F.A. Officer 25 Superlative 4. DUKE WAGONER - F.F.A. 15253545 Superlative 45 PlayProps 35 Stage Producer 35 Baseball 1545 Basketball 152. MAYNARD HUFFINES - F.F.A. 1.3.45 F.F.A. Officer 1,3545 Beta Club 253,45 Annual Staff 45 Superlative 45 Marshal 35 Play Prop 3. NAOMI HATCHER - 4-HClub 1525 Basketball 2, 3545 Monogram Club 253,45 Play Cast 35 Softball 2,35 Dramatics Club 25 Library Club 25 Super- lative 45 F.H.A. 1525 Glee Club 2. SHIRLEY BROWN - Library Club 1525 Glee Club 15 Dramatic Club 25 Monogram Club 2,3545 Cheer- leader 2,3545 Class Officer 153545 Marshal 35 An- nual Staff45 Superlative 45 4-H Club 15 Beta Club 2,3545 Play Prompter 35 Beta Club Officer 45 F. T.A. 3545 F.H.A. 25 F.T.A. Officer 33 TAB Club 3. HENRY LAMBETH - Basketball 15253545 Mono- gram Club 15253545 Baseball l,2,3,45 Class Of- ficer 15253545Monogram Officer 3,45 4-H Club 15 Z5 4-H Club Officer 1.25 F.F.A. 15253545 F.F.A. Officer 2,35Bus Driver 3,45 Play Cast 35 Super- latiye 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 May Court 3. JIMMY FAUCETTE - Monogram Club 2,3545 4- HClub 15253545 Basketball 2535 Superlative 45 An- nual Staff45C1ass Officer 1,45 F.F.A. 2535 Base- ball 2535 Library Club 154-H Club Officer 25 May Court 25 Harvest King 254. CECIL ASHLEY - F.F.A. 15 4-H Club 1,25 Base- ball 1,45 Library Club l525 Play Props 35 Super- lative 4. JERRY APPLE - Bus Driver 3,45 F.F.A. 15253545 F. F. A. Officer 2,35 4-H Club 1,25 Class Play Props 35 Library Club 15 Newspaper Staff 45 Superlative. THOMAS AUSTIN - Basketball 2535 Baseball 25 3545 Monogram Club 253,45 Superlative 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Class Officer 25 F.F. A. 15253545 Officer 2,3545 May Court 15 Usher 35 Library Club 15 4-H Club l. DOUGLAS WRAY-Annual Staff45 Paper Staff 45 Superlative 45 Beta Club 2,3545 Marshal 35 F.F.A. 15253545 F.F.A. Officer 3,45 Class Officer 25 4-H Club 1525 3545 Officer 35 Play Cast 35 School Photo- grapher 4. JERRY FAUCETTE - F.F.A. 15253545 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 15 Monogram Club 2, 3545 Bus Driver 3,45 Class Play Cast 35 Superlative 45 4-H Club 15 Library Club 15 F.F.A. Officer 354. SARAH SUMMERS - Library Club 15 Glee Club 15 Monogram Club 15253545 Monogram Officer 45 F,H.A.25Dramatics Club 25 4-H Club 15 Cheer- leader 15 Basketball 253545 Class Historian 45 Annual Staff 45 F.T.A, 3545 Class Officer 15 Su- perlative 45 Marshal 35 Play Prompter 35 TAB Club 3. JUANITA SHELTON - Library Club 1525 Glee Club 15 Dramatics Club25Monogram Club 2,3545 Class Officer l,253545Annual Staff 45 Superlative 454-H Club 1525 Play Cast 35 F.T,A. 2,3545 F.H. A. 1,25F.H.A, Officer 15Newspaper Staff 45 Bas- ketball 2,3545 Softball 35 May Court 1. RITA ROACH - Monogram Club 15253545 Mono- gram Officer 45 Library Club 15 Glee Club 15 Dramatics Club25 Class Officer 3545 Annual Staff 1545 Annual Editor 45 Superlative 45 Play Cast 35 F.T.A. 253,45 F.H.A. 25 Basketball 25 Cheer- leader 153,45 Miss Monticello High 3. JACKIE BROWN - Beta Club 253,45 Monogram ClubZ53545Dramatics Club Z5 Glee Club 1525 Li- braryClub25 Play Usher 35 Chief Marshal 35 F, T.A. 253,45 Newspaper Staff45 DAR Award45 TAB Club 35 Annual Staff 45 Superlative 45 Basketball 354. MARY BELLE JOHNSON - Basketball 2, 3545 Soft- ball 35 Library Club 15 Glee Club 15 4-H Club 1, 2,3545 Monogram Club 1.23 Beta Club 3545 Annual Staff 45 F.H.A. Club 1525 Dramatics Club 25 Su- perlative 45 Play Cast 3. CLASS POEM In '53 there came a class Willing to learn and wanting to pass Each wanting to get wisdorn and knowledge , I To help them in their years of college. 33. 1 e, 1 Now that we have reached that goal ,f ,shall I ji' Facing it both brave and bold gf F ',,,, Z , , We'1l always remember our teachers and friends f XX "L f ' F a vu That have helped us from beginning to end. " " 32 " , 'ig V We have succeeded and now we part , A I Jil. V Leaving the teachers a place in our heart ' ' For helping us on our great mission '-Q L., 5 V We know we'll always use our education. If A Garnes Rumley, Class Poet CLASS COLORS CLASS MOTTO Green and White "Don't Try Dying, Die Trying" CLASS SONG We the class of '57 Will be parting from our school To search for higher goals, and do the best we can. We've gone through many trialsg All twelve years at our schoolg We will fight for democracy and face life ahead. Chorus: So we give our thanks to everyone that helped us along the way. We learned memories of all our friends, and dear old Monticello lTune--Beta Club Songj Words - Faye Green BEST ALL AROUND Juanita Shelton Jimmy Faucette MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Jackie Brown Maynard Huffines WHO'S WHO MOST STUDIOUS Jackie Brown Maynard Huffines MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Shirley Brown Garnes Rumley BEST LOOKING BOY Thomas Austin PRETTIEST GIRL Rita Roach WHO'S WHO T!!! J Q, V 44 .-.,- J 1 V . -an ' FR IENDLIEST Sarah Summers Duke Wagoner CUTEST Sarah Summe r s Jerry Faucette MOST TALENTED Rita Roach Henry Lambeth MOST ATHLETIC Juanita ,Shelton Thomas Austin MOST POPULAR Geraldine Sutton Henry Lambeth WIT TIEST Joe Bishop LAZIEST Rus ell Barber BIGGEST FLIRTS Glenda Murrell Jerry Apple 42" QUIETEST Naomi Hatcher Lloyd Tucker WHO'S WHO MOST TALKATIVE Mary Belle Johnson Cecil Ashley CLASS BABIES Karen Smith H. S. Key WHO'S WHO BEST DRESSED Amy Barber .Timmy Faucette BEST PER SONA LITY Jean Wyrick HAPPIEST Faye Green MOST COURTEOUS Glenda Murrell Wayne Brann MOST DEPENDABLE Shelby Hardy Garnes Rumley MOST ORIGINAL Ruby Pritchette Douglas Wray Sarah Summers Historian On September of 1952, thirty-eight boys and girls gathered on the pier prepared to start on a four year Cruise to Graduation Port. The main object of this Cruise was the pursuit of know- ledge. As our ship, the Mon-Echo, steamed out of Freshman Harbor, we got down to business, com- bining work with pleasure. We were fortunate in having Mr. Sills as our guide along with our officers for the Freshman journey. They were: President, Peggy Bashamg Vice President, Shir- ley Brown, S e c r e ta r y, Sarah Summersg and Treasurer, Shelby Hardy. For our motto we chose: "Don't try dying, die trying," and for our class flower we chose the Gardenia. When we anchored in Sophomore Harbor there was a marked decrease in our number. After electing class officers which were, Presi- dent, Garnes Rumleyg Vice President, Jimmy Faucetteg Secretary, Raynita Conkling and Trea- surer, Lloyd Tucker, we settled down to a more peaceful journey in search of greater wisdom and understanding. Mr. Sills must have enjoyed our company so he again was our guide along with Mrs. Crutchfield. We stopped at Junior Port long enough to let a few students off and elect Rita Roach, Presi- dent: Jackie Brown, Vice Presidentg Shelby Hardy, Treasurerg andShirley Brown, Secretary. To work with us, we had Mrs. Sanders. , CLASS HISTORY Thirty started on the trip from Junior Port to Senior Harbor. There was a lot of hard work to be done before this trip was completed. Our Junior-Senior Banquet was held April 20, 1956, at Starmount Forest Country Club. This was very successful. Everyone enjoyed giving the Junior Play, "Leave It To Us." I know that we will never forget the good time we had at Mrs. Sanders'house after the play. The highlight of our Junior year was when we received our class rings. Thirty proud Seniors reached Senior Harbor andproceeded on toward our goal. Student lead- ers were President, Rita Roachg Vice President, Henry Lambethg S e c r e t a r y and Treasurer, Glenda Murrell and Shirley Brown, and our ad- visor was Mr. Black. Inthis voyage our main objectives were the Senior play and publishing our annual, the Mon Echo. We began to look forward to the banquet, which the Juniors would give us and last but not least Graduation. We have finally reached the end of our voyage, anchored here in Graduation Port. I am sure we will never forget the past four years at M-H-S. Although, we may never have a place in History books, it will hold its place in the heart of each graduating Senior. We would like to thank our teachers, parents and friends for making this a very pleasant and successful journey. CLASS PROPHECY Well, I guess it's the gypsy in me--I don't know any other reason why they chose me to fore- tell the class prophecy. I will now gaze into this crystal ball to see what the future holds for this grand class of '57. Turn onward, turn onward Oh time in your flight Let me see the graduated of '57 Ten years from tonight! Here come figures into view! Let's see now. Are they housewives? Ruby Prichette is married and living with her husband in Leaks- ville. Mary Belle Johnson and her husband have built themselves a beautiful home near Reids- ville. The armed forces has its share, including Jerry Lee Apple, CecilAshley, and Wayne Brann. They are really making a career of it. Faye Greene is teaching voice lessons in Greensboro. Russell Barber is the owner and operator of an Esso Service Station in Gibsonville. The multi-millionaires are none other than Joe Bishop andMaynard I-Iuffines. I can say they surely know how to save money. Focused next in my crystal ball are some secretaries of our xormer class. I see Jackie Brown, Jean Wyrick, and Shelby Hardy working very hardat their typewriters. Geraldine Sutton is aprivate secretary for a large firm in Char- lotte. Three cheers for the athletes! Juanita Shel- ton, after attending Elon College is now instruc- tor at Woman's College. Thomas Austin and Jerry Faucette are playing on a well-known pro- fessional team after playing on the first line-up Amy Barber Class Prophet all four years of college. The man in the dark blue suit is Henry Lam- beth, a famous lawyer. I see Duke Wagoner and Jimmy Faucette living near Florida, where they are owners of a large clothing store. Shirley Brown and Glenda Murrell are teach- ing commercial subjects in a large school in California, Lloyd Tucker, who is our master farmer, lives near Fayetteville. H. S. Key is running a trucking business of his own. l see Naomi Hatcher working very hard in her florist shop in Reidsville. Douglas Wray is doing fine artistic work in New York. Karen Smith is teaching the Second grade while Rita Roach is teaching the fourth grade in one of North Car olina ' s largest Elementary Schools. Garnes Rumley, our only movie actor, has recently been wooing the ladies. After graduating from college, Sarah Sum- mers is working as a Home Demonstration Ag ent in Forsyth County. Everyone has faded away and gone about his bu sine s s , so I had better get back to my own work. What do I do? Well, I'm teaching piano lessons at my home near Burlington. Juanita Shelton Testatrix LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT State of North Carolina County of Guilford City of Brown Summit We, the graduating class of '57, of Monticello High School, having obtained our goal through four years of hard work and good times, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. 0 ARTICLE I Sec. 1 - To Mrs. Hopkins, we, the Senior Class, dedicate the thirteenth edi- tion of the Mon-Echo. Sec. Z - To Mr. Black and the entire faculty we bestow our appreciation for their patience and helpful guidance. Sec. 3 - To the Juniors we leave the deserving title "SENIORS" and the many responsibilities that go with it. ARTICLE II Sec. 1 - I, Amy Barber, leave my neatness to Carolyn Hill. Sec. 2 - I, Shirley Brown, leave my talkative ways to Elizabeth Bailey. Sec. 3 - I, SarahSui-nrners, leave my small figure to Patsy Bishop. Sec. 4 - I, Cecil Ashley, leave my ability to digest flash bulbs to Kenny Brann providing he eats them only when he is hungry. Sec. 5 - I, Jerry Faucette, leave my height to Harry Jones as it will go well with his skill in basketball. Sec. 6 - I, Juanita Shelton, leave my height and ability to play basketball to Mary Snider. Sec. 7 - We, Jerry Apple and Glenda Murrell, leave our flirty ways to Tommy Combs. Sec. 8 - I, Karen Smith, leave No. 44 to Toni Brande. Sec. 9 - I, Jackie Brown, leave my studious ways to Betsy Huffines. Sec. 10 - I, Henry Lambeth, leave the North Drive Inn to Dean Green. Sec. ll - I. Faye Green, leave my love for music to Sandra Gunter. Sec. 12 - To Deloise Hutchins, we Shelby Hardy and Wayne Brann, leave our shyness. Sec. 13 - I, Ruby Pritchett, leave my many sweaters to Esther Pickrell. Sec. 14 - To Bobby Gordon,we, Garnes Rumley andRita Roach, leave our love for Rock 'N Roll in hopes that he will become a cool cat. Sec. 15 - We, Joe Bishop and Maynard Huffines, leave our wit to Garrett Chris- mon in hopes that we will all meet on broadway someday. Sec. 16 - We Mary Belle and Douglas Wray leave our good grades to Ann Bowman providing that she will keep them up. Sec. 17 - We, Jimmy Faucette, Duke Wagoner and Thomas Austin, leave Greensboro and Summit Shopping Center to Arnold Brinkley if he will promise to look after our many girl friends. Sec. 18 - I, Russell Barber, leave my lazy ways to Howard Hedrick. Sec. 19 - To Linda Strader and Bar- bara Ashley, we Naomi Hatcher and Lloyd Tucker leave our quiet ways. Sec. Z0 - I. Jean Wyrick, leave my smile and personality to Carolyn Lewis. Sec. Zl - I, H. S. Key, leave my red hair and freckles to Keith Gunn. Sec. 22' - L Geraldine Sutton, leave my many clothes to Belva Shepherd. SNAPSHOTS f be Barbara Ashley Elizabeth Bailey Patsy Bishop Ann Bowman Toni Brande Kenny Braun CLASS OF Arnold Brinkley Garrett Chrismon Tommie Combs Bobby Gordon Keith Gunn Sandra Gunter CLASS President .... Carolyn Lewis Vice President, . Harry Jones OFFICERS Secretary .... Betsy Huffxnes Treasurer .... Carolyn Hill :Mlm Deane Green Howard Hedrick Carolyn Hill Betsy Huffines Harry Jones Delorise Hutchins '58 Carolyn Lew1s Ruby Pickrell Bobby Roberts Belva Shepherd Mary Snider Linda Strader ,,.. V .M ,, r f rf 4? 5: H A f I ,,-f Q E. ,,,, M., K .L ,, I I' . , I J' - . f I W - 1.4. . ll Wu M11 'r , , 2 NPfh"iQm'Q5I!z.i.t 3. A..,.',u.M.:.:3.f.f4 . ': , fi me R S .J . . . , io 522555 , . fi, ae? ' ,M CLASS OFFICERS Rs ,fr-1' 'K W if -A-f-1-M-Wim .f.. ,WM-i.fJ" f f . -,L . 5 , gjfxl 1 f l N - d,Q.wu.,, f.Lf. .W Vf.f : J . , , i C -we -,.., fe L.5.L:.j.ff.f.f,.. ,. , , CLASS OF 59 President. . . Buddy Gordon Vice President Jerry Wilson Secretary. . . Charlotte Rumley Treasurer . . Jimmy Smith Louise Andrews Wendell Brande Buddy Gordon Carolyn Hawkins ru S 45:1 , k Fw' .l 3 ,i . - 1 'gag We Johnny Hughes Alfred Kernodle Rebecca Key Dillard McGee Thomas McGee Billy McMillan Clyde Murray Lois Pickrell Charlotte Rumley Jimmy Smith Robert Smith Anne Tinsley Luther Tucker Jerry Wilson Gloria Wray CLASS OF'6O l President ....... Frankie Bishop Vice President ..... Betty Apple Secretary ...... Douglas Wagoner Treasurer ......... Linda Mabe Joyce Andrews Lois Andrews Betty Apple Frankie Bishop Harvey Brown Ervine Brown Roby Byerly James Clapp Melvin Chandler Carolyn Faucette Carole Hackett Margaret Hess Myrtle Hutchins Lee Johnson Virginia Kenyon Martha Lewis Linda Mabe Kennith Martin Bryan Morgan Clay Murray Gene Murrell Lou Poff Earl Tombs 1 if ' Gerald Tombs ' i'i" V. Ro dney Smith ' Curtis Smith , C Janice Swaney S V Douglas Wagoner ' ' Wanda Wagoner V il. Kenneth Warren ...V Shirley Wyrick it M Robert Wyrick Y t i CLASS OFFICERS 4 'W 43 We 1.. X? H . V K S J K-lie' . fi V ef C .. ear fa ' ff I . ' K K' K xl, I -, . 2 G A. A iii ii ii s I Q rnn' - 5 g 0 X wr, I 61 W I' 1 I' 5 K ir? ..'- H. . V ,mg -J C H 1 , S 1 4' A .. X f N 'fl ki as ,. ,Z 5 2 . ? C "' ' ' ,. "M 5 ati T F gt , ,S I S 1 s .A if an 4 ' 5 R -w Q6a..1f:. M, ' 'ii W M W A 6 as mp fm! pa, V if CIS! fa i ,,.. . x T if K W ' , W tt. S 35, at EIGHTH GRADE if I M , ,,,, I ,H x xiii 2 1 'F' Q 9 gi ,. L 6, E ng, yea .. gag- ZJYIQ ' f-.v ! an B B .S is 1 J ig. X gs 1 Q 1 f' ., nw v. 1 , 1- ,5 A S ,, . , , . , " vi ' I ll Q K I X wh P , . Wu f. .F Irene Alcon Edna Apple Patsy Brown Jimmie Brown Ronnie Busick Robert Byrley Delana Conklin Sue Calhoun Brenda Chrismon Yvonne Faucette Elenor Fargis Jimmie Forbes Orendia Harrelson Peggy Hawkins Pauline Hedrick Betty Hege Tommie Hughes Geraldine Johnson Carol McGee Jo Ann McGee Judy McMillan Harvey May Ray Miller Bobby Pegram Jimmie Powell June Pruitt Sue Rudd Tinita Rumley Marion Rumley " .3 ,W ' Qin Ruth Shue X y .ia 'iii ?1l3'seff s i in M 2 4 a I v if up Qgff 3 iw' Xa 5 M 1 Kenny Shue Larry Shepherd Mary Stallings Rozanne Summers Gary Summers Teddy Spencer Lou Ellan Tucker Geneva Tombs David Wagoner Ward Spencer Mary Whitaker Betty Wray Clark Bowman Carolyn Chandler Melvin Chrismon Peggy Green Joe Gunter Brenda Hardy Jimmy Johnson Tommie Kendrick Jessie Kernodle Ruby Lastin C.D. McGee Joyce Meddelton Franklin Medley Raymond Pennell JoAnn Preston Mary Faye Puckett Jesse Stallings Betty Stone Donnie Wagoner Howard Warren Gloria Wyrick Marie Bawlin Brenda Brooks Butch Chrismon Authur Crider Wayne Faucette Arnold Faucette Patsy Green Kay Gerringer Carolyn Grogan Grace Hedrick Ellen Huffines France s Kendrick Joyce Key Odell Keyon James Meddelton Buddy Mullis Jerry Nicholson Jerry Norman Roger Pegram Barbara Pritchett Dolan Shaver Tony Shreve Minnie Somers Glenn Strader Ronnie Strader Andy Starkey Joe Toler JoAnn Wyrick SEVENTH GRADE X f fb K . f A r trffa idiis oo.t 1'-wif fs i 'mf W ' .fi 7,.-- -Vmwzjo f A .Q We , 1 N or 1'1Q..:s X A Ak lr . A .fin , x , - ff . ' ' , " ' ' , E , ,,-: 1 vw no J. J S+. 'Q 'n fill - M Local Harold Andrews 5 'C A Barbara Bawlin I f I. ,tZ. 1 M 4 'Q' P K W Y 'Vw ici' "V , . 'Q ff 1 iff? his fig 5 3 . I 'V 4 xssyr' - s Eff X YJEYQ M .7 ' -' A I f W so ' ,Ex ' L 'W 1 ' if-Q E5-,ii 0 3 , in Q 1 'f f rg '- M - if 1 s x : I Y if K S as fs ! g J .1 1 ,eg y' Q ,lf . :iff l Q m l .w iv V K 5 'Xxx V I I K M FIFTH GRADE V ' . f . , J J ff gp , X ' ' W '229 w lgfiif ', if X V .. ff ..,, ., , 1 z,,,.ig.sf+. ,. . r ' 7, fr Mx- li ' ,. . " , A . K,Ll,,,fZA,, ,, ,, , , . . , .I y . , . A I Q K . 4 I. .J ilk: , . A . -"' '.5a?fe.52 ' , " . 1 e R - i t J 4 rv f . . , . A - - 'l ' . t .E -V V V. i QW ' ' . W ' ' .I ' l . - ' . ' - , , L ff . f' ,Z ,gc wi 1 -. - First Row: Herman Andrews, Margaret Brown, Jerry Calhoun,Wayne Collard, Alice Jane Fau- cette, Linda Faucette, Phillip Faucette, Lee Gordon, Judy Green, Anita Hatcher. Second Row: Joyce Hege, Richard Hege, Louise Hendren, Bonnie Hutchins, Louise Kendrick, Clarence Ken- ny, Robert Kenyon, Janice McMillan, Horace Medley, Audrey Morefield. Third Row: Connie Pennell, Mary Alice Pennell, Betty Richardson, David Stallings, Jewel Ward, Eugene Wilmouth, Helen Wilmouth, Alice Wyrick. FOURTH GRADE .rf :M , f. ., ,VAK ' ' g ' .I J V . V . tlle M' it , sr , Y R , ggi- ,pw , if I ' I ' 'bf V 1 A 1 i .. ri fy, F i il, r x .. is K , ti Q J ,. G llk, F. gk ,l., 4 .1 ' 5 ,L I - K V ,-" , I .X p L H . , , V1 . f:.', .K . X x kfk, I K 3 A I K .. . ' e . 'TQ' , my . F K . lvz: I ,v-,v f A et., L.. A 1 Q F I I . ,V , In W .sw F I - , if ' i i . W ..i . J l iiit . . In 'Q J , A . ' ll . R . . . isk4'f41L1 . qilfiffif . . iif 1 Z Nil First Row: Joan Adams,Rebecca Andrews, Jerry Apple, Larry Baynes, J.T. Bowman,Charles- anna Bowman. Wayne Brown, Stanley Carter, Wayne Chandler, Martha Chandler. Second Row: Austin Chrismon, Bruce Chrismon, Keith Chrismon,Roby Dickerson Jr., Margarette Dickerson, Carol F auc e tt e , Judy Forbes, Rosa Grogan, Clara Kenyon, Betty King. Third Row: Kenneth Kernodle, Wayne King, Joyce Loftes, Joan Middleston, Fay Mullis, Kay Mullis, Larry Norman, Jim Propst, Melvin Roberson, Sue Sloan. Fourth Row: Judy Spencer, Rebecca Stallings, Lily Jo Stevenson, Brenda Strader, Barbara Strader, Lynne Troxler, Margaret Wilmouth, GailWray, Harvey Warren, Brenda Wyrick, Curtis Wyrick. THIRD GRADE Y , fisgfifii wiv W 4'-'fbi Lelllrg W . le areas, 'Q t .,.. ,n,A, , iffA:V: fy H 5 ,wk in ,ik Eir K, I 7 5 , A xxx -I . ., First Row: William Andrews, Harvey Andrews, Betty Jane Bowling, Sue Bowman, Sarah Bow- man, Sandra Bowman, Carolyn Brooks, Margaret Calhoun, Joan French, Robert Gordon J' , im- my Grogan, Peggy Justice. Second Row: Ray King, Giles Lewis, Alfred McGee Lewis Medley, Barry Morgan, NyokaNorman, Fred Prennell, James Preston Deborah Ross Charles Stallin s y 1 S 1 Nancy Stevenson, Charlie Sutherlin. Third Row: Alice Troxler, Linda Wyrick, Patsy Wyrick. SECGND GRADE rw V J L 7 A 2 ' 3 J i if 4' -1, 'z f-' i ,sly 3. M ' , . , ,gg X 2 1 , Aix '73 i Q ,al K ya.-ef ' " L ,Z V ,, ' , It A ,Z 4, 1 . A , , Jla ' -A+ , l , fa f l MS ',,d 11- rei' ,fe,i I g g H A A g Q i .41 it w- R at - A Q .-4ki -,x. ii' . ' La , , .LA k-lI J' ' , :lk I? , A , A f' g A' Q First Row: Alice Andrews, Charlene Apple, Steve Phil Baynes, Phili Chandler R Ch dl p , ay an er, Patrick Comstock, Maxine C hr i s m an , Sylvia Chrismon, Betty Davis, Johnny Faucette, Dicky F . . aucette, Doug Gerringer. Second Row: Raynell Huffmes, Lary Johnson, Mason Kenyon, Rac- hel King, Jeffreys Loftis, Patricia Morefield Carol Nicholson Lily Pennell Talmad e Pennell, . , 1 S Lee Propst,Donnie Pruitt, Glenda Poss. Third Row: Ricky Shore, Gary Smith, Henry Stallings, Elm L ' er ee Strader, Danny Waller, Jim Waye, Peggy Warren, Bobby Wray. FIRST GRADE it , B' J t etd L , , . , 3 , . F- in , A E - A e J R it , it A A fe R . . c A sn g A fl ' , A 4 , A at ff . y K .ge I .1 gg X ygl, Z' , ' , V .Jigs :yr my , ex xl g pg Z kk. gh' Wt! 'I J .,3f,. J. , xl, Q K' - A LJ? A . X Y' Nl G fi ---. 1 ,l K 1 ' First Row: Betty Sue Adams, Donald Bowlin, Donald Bowman, Floyde Cable, Vickie Chrismon Donna Chrismon, Mary Sue Cox, Frances Nell Faucette, Lynn Gordon , Shirley Ann Grogan: C.M. Hendren, Marlene Hendrick. Second Row' De rward John son Rockie Ken on Nanc - 1 Y , Y Phibbs, Jewel Dean Roberson, James Shackleford, Lewis Smith, Larry Spencer, Debra Waller, Michael Warren, Leland Webb Charlie Wray, Dicky Wyrick. 4 Xa ' BUSICK GRAMMAR SCHOOL uw' QI e WT y 17 S S MQ 1 Q 5 f' X X af W f 0 , sg . f Q X 1 , X I . ' 4 ' f S. Mr. Thompson Principal Sixth-Seventh Grade f s Mrs . Andrews Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Summers Mrs. Brooks Fourth-Fifth Grade Second-Third Grade First-Second Grade Cafeteria Manager SEVENTH GRADE -,,5,sp556'-A -4 .,F,w,Qif L R. I ,I l . I J V I ' L, , f' , -' . N5 n , -".-Rwll ' ' - igVQf,sff:f'4i5'x . -K N551 ., wins MLW S ta if 13.1 ll l 1 1-,kfgLz , VV farar 4 g :,. P - '. 5 ', V ,V ,I ff'-f W k X ssl Vg, 'x N ,XVI '..,, I A X 'E ,X 1 :BEL Y e p Ai N: -A, - if , A . it izfeifvl ' 'V ' 1 1 s ' 1 gf Xl sl aoo wil Asst. Mrs. Payne Alton Andrews Linda Andrews Linda. Apple Sally Apple Colen Hedrick Thomas Key Haynie Powell Bonnie Shepherd Rachel Stanley Ralph Stanley SIXTH GRADE First Row: Beverly Busick, Janie Busick, R e b e c c a Busick, Trudy Busick, Vailey H ac k e tt , Donald Huskey, Linda Hughes. Second Row: Louise Murray, Sandra Po- we ll, L aur a Pritchette, James Swaney, Linda Tucker, Frankie Wagoner, Jeanette Ward. FIFTH GRADE First Row: Donna Andrews, Curtis Apple, Faye Ashley, Linda Bailey, Vickie Cook, Rachel Hedrick, Aar on Jon e s. Second Row: Janice Key,Johnny Murrell, Brenda Pickrell, Janice Powell, Gloria Shepherd, Gail Summers, Wayne Summers. FOURTH GRADE First Row: Mike Apple,Carol Brown, Pat Brown, Peggy Brovsm, Marcus Busick, Wal- ter Byrley, Gail Cook. Second Row: Vir- ginia Cook, Clay Craven, Vernett Hackett, Rachel Huskey, David Jarrett, Janet Peo- ples, Barbara Rumley. Third Row: Latne Summers, Donald Sutton, Sandra Swaney, Lathern T uc k e r , Wayne Wagoner, David Zimmerman. THIRD GRADE First Row: Robert Lee And r ew s , Billy Apple, Bobby Apple , Jo Apple, Pamela Barber, Bonnie Brown, Brenda Busick. S e c ond Ro w: Reginia Busick, Thomas Busick, Richard C o ok, Judy Foglernan, Wayne Hardy, Mary Hedrick, Danny Hughes. Third Row: Joy B e ll Michael, Jerry Murray, Shirley Pickrell, Jean Shi- vey, Joan Shivey, Kenneth Shepherd, Alice Wyrick. SECOND GRADE First Row: Darrell Alcon, Terry Busick, Thomas Chrismon, Jr., Sandra Key, Ver- nell Oliver, David Rumley, Nathan Simp- son, Jr. Second Row: Wanda Summers FIRST GRADE First Row: Rita B u s i c k , Jerry Byerly, Joe Byerly, Imogene Clapp, Vera. Ann Hac- kett Jerry Huffines,Garland Jarrett. Sec- ond Row: Faye May, Judy Michael, Helen P r i t c h e tt , J o y Powell, Garry Rumley, Rocky Sizemore, Patricia Stallings. Third Row: Wilma Stallings, David Summers, Louanne Summers, Leary Tucker, Danny Westbrook, Wayne Zimmerman. , .,..,, f Q C C C ' ' - T Cv Q 1-23 , N5 H., .L f, H y e ii .,.. ,C ee i C - ' 3 , 1-, , x L . 7 in . Q 1 f P Y . i ' ' -' C Lai av - I A Q - vw C ,.,C ,,, ,,,,pV ,,,wC i ,,C , C . C CC,, Q 5 Vpy, libupu - W C it C C V .26 C. :pf 4 C. Q, ig'-1 -.. i ,AC K f lint C,,.ff fi ' ,J , A-3' J W ffm it C T' f , fri' ,C ' 5 e C CC if L 2 R' Nz.-4-f 4 I I V K yt, , H .- uf., 5 A L C. , - --i'- -,,V Wk CML' 4, S .t ,C , k M p C i, Cs Cu 56'-.V 1 ' ' I 1,4 9 - " ,Digi-iii! Q BENQ: x ,J ar k 4 . i v . i .. Q . .fm .. A if QC if 1 A K : C F C 15, NC.. .. .,: klp VA A C ,C . kr LC - - C W ECCCC- up 3 Q p I I ri. 5 if J ' M .C lg F ' C F C I Q A ., -1,,': . - N ,C - v Ml: sr l. X, 'uve '. ,C C., 7' , f ' " ' C C, 'Y 3 la I. Tl - ' . JVi7 .ii C, gt jg ll ' 4 112' Y' ., Q" I f" , D.A.R. AWARD CIVITAN AWARD Jackie Brown Faye Green Chief: Linda Strader , Carolyn Lewis, Carolyn Hill, Betsy Huffines, Patsy Bis- hop, Elizabeth Bailey, Ann Bowman. B - if BET A , ,xxx Cl U3 . . if , KL' new sf Ah- X 'qw- in-.A 'M 5 .. 5 MQ., ,V Faye Greene Linda Strader Carolyn Lewis Ann Bowman 3. , 3 ' mi. X ' AX .Xb Douglas Wray Maynard Huffines Garnes Rumley Wendell Brande Shirley Brown Glenda Murrell Sarah Summers Jackie Brown Carolyn Hill Patsy Bishop Betsy Hufiines Elizabeth Bailey Mary Belle Johnson Gloria Wray Ann Tinsley Louise Andrews F.F.A. CLUB 3 , -. f ,if Max., .ff':'i5.+Cs 'urges is "'-f'?"9"..- ff 1' The future farmers of America is an organization of, by, and for the students of Vocation Agricultural leadership, co-operation and citizenship. The officers are as follows: President, Douglas Wrayg Vice President, Maynard Huffinesg Secretary, Garnes RumleygReporter, Thomas Austing Treasurer, Lloyd Tucker, Sentinel, .Terry Faucette. F.T.A. CLUB . 'H 'HJ- If H-iii' The Monticello Chapter of The Future Teachers of America, received its charter two years ago. This chapter was organized for students interested in the teaching profession. The faculty members called on these student s to help them in various activities during the school year. This gives the students a better understanding of the responsibilities of a teacher. The officers are as follows: Presidentg Sarah Summers, Vice Presidentg Rita Roach, Secretary and Treas- u. erg Juanita Shelton, Reporter, Shirley Brown. wi in 1-ww in A-H CLUB President ........ Mary Belle Johnson Secretary . . . . . Wanda Wagoner Vice President . . ..... iGene Murrell Reporter. . . . . Jimmy Powell BUS DRIVERS -'AU Jerry Apple, Jerry Faucette, Deane Green, Wayne Brann, Joe Bishop, Arnold Brinkley, Karen Smith. Edna Apple Queen Q 5 3 , Debbie Boggs Prmcess B b t t W- Alice Troxler a Y Con es inner HARVEST FESTIVAL Jimmy Faucette King N... Kenny Kernodle Prince MISS MONTICELLO HIGH Ah-h "Made It" M O N O G R A M J-U-M-P! Easy-y-y Now President ....., . . . Sarah Summers Vice President . . . Henry Lambeth Secretary ..... .... R ita Roach s . Where? oh, Where? is the Ball Practice Makes Perfect N "Z" Points I V V in ag., fe "', 'A' 'i,: e e i ff? I f f l- x . Q 5, ff -gf 5 Chief-"Midget" we -8 Shout Students Shout" We want a "B-A-S-K-E-T" C H E E R O L F E S '5 E 7 R S Chief: Shirley Brown, Glenda Murrell, Yvonne Faucette, Carolyn Lewis, Rita Roach. llneetll vclenyq "Lu Lu" "Snooky" Naomi Hatcher Carolyn Hawkins Belva Shepherd COACH - Jones Sandra Gunter ' Faye Green Geraldine Sutton Mary Belle Johnson Shelby Hardy Shirley Wyrick I VARSITY BASKET X ff of ,EYE It R Q. .li ., 's.., 4 SN" Karen Smith A Jackie Brown Juanita Shelton Ton Anne Tinslev i Brande rah Summers Gloria Wray A Jean Wyrick 'YW Betsy Huffines - MANAGER BALL SQUADS 56-'57 ff , ,dl 4, -K ', Wendell Brande Keith Gunn Jerry Garrett Chrismon ,,,, 3m3,gg,5g.i I f" D111ard McGee McGee I V Y Y V f F 1 Y r 6 f l CO-CAPTAINS i Bobby Gordon A Deane Green ' I N 1 I f r f w 6 1 w w V COACH - Jones Thomas Austin 'i x xxx swf MANAGER - Bryan Morgan i Arnold Brinkley X Harry Jones BASEBALL TEAM '56-'57 .Q f fevx, Q. ff Lf.- 2 ,. . F AF 6 X MV 69 J A' 1 75 if SNAPSHOTS .31 ,Ji 'wr ir fs, THE MON-ECHO Rita Roach Editor Maynard Huffines Mary Belle Johnson STAFF Editor .......... Business Managers . Sports Editors . . . Art Editor ........ Advertising Manager Circulating Manager Secretary . ....... Typists ......... Associate Editor . . Sponsors ...... . .......... Rita Roach . . . . Maynard Huffines Mary Belle Johnson . . . . .Juanita Shelton Thomas Austin . . .Douglas Wray . . Jimmy Faucette . . . Shirley Brown . . Sarah Summers . . . Shelby Hardy Glenda Murrell Jackie Brown . . Anne Bowman ....Mr. Black Mrs. Green THE EAGLE Juanita Shelton Editor Assistnat Editor Advisor Glenda Murrell Mrs. Hopkins STAFF Editor ...... . Assistant Editor Business Manager ...... Assistant Business Manager . . Art Editor .... Society Editor . Sports Editors . Typists ..... Proof-Readers . Juanita Shelton Glenda Murrell . .Karen Smith Garnes Rumley .Douglas Wray . Shelby Hardy Thomas Austin Faye Green Glenda Murrell Jackie Brown . . Jerry Apple Amy Barber EGGLESTON BROTHERS OIL CO. Accessory Jobbers Pure Oil Phone4992"m5 WAYNICK INSURANCE Reidsville North Carolina GLEN RAVEN FABRIC sl-lop Insurance of All Kinds Fire - Auto - Life - Crop Dress and Decorative Fabrics Box 148 Elon Road Phone 3521 Phone 6-4373 Burlington North Carolina Gibsonville North Carolina Congratulations and Best Wishes LAMBETH FUNERAL AND AMBULANCE SERVICE Wendover at Virginia Phone 3-3401 G1'een5b01'0 North Carolina R. M. GILLIE Feed - Seeds CITY BARBER SHOP For the Cleanest Look in Town Phone 3324 See: W. Market St. RAYMOND GREENE A Hometown Man Reidsville North Carolina Reidsville North Carolina For Fine Clothing and Shoes Come To HOOPER 81 MOORE "The Young Man's Store" Reidsville North Carolina Compliments of HOME FURNITURE CO. 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