Mount Olive College - Olive Leaves Yearbook (Mount Olive, NC)

 - Class of 1957

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Christian education enables a person to see the complex problems of life in true perspective and thereby make his commitment to that which is eternal, Our Church and Nation needs intelligent and dedicated men and women. It is primarily to our Christian colleges that we must look for such people. Our best preparation for tomorrow is the educa- tion of our youth today. W. Burkette Raper -- I 5. K 1 r .i,- "., . A ' ' . ' -V1 " 2' i- f .ZJF" Lf: 1 ,j 1 . L. ,l-fil , f V '..,?QfsZl, ' .4f5'JE'.1, ', r' Z: 'f ' ,r.2."..:'5 l'L'5. -Z I. ,,,, . ,- -':: L1 ', C M .,,,,., - -,I N ,5,:Jg,,.,,- , 4 1. 1 .1 . ' 'll-ff . J . CL .,,' ..- 1,1 .1 -mar -' f fi 1Nf..'3:.,':, -T-31:25 1 -nf.,-4,1 fa" ?f147?f'1fff7'1f1. .,, ,114 -,.L,.... , , A..-4 ", ,4',.v 41, ,rj I f 1 .'.-if j-T-,.'f9.."A.:'-1,13 .nf -3,,3f:1 2 'f' ,.,r A , A 1 .,1 ' 1 'iff 1- ,-'r.3 ,H 1 . 1 4.- t,,. - 5 411 ff .:.'1" -'I-ff 4-1 1,-4117 nf ff -1 1,-:sri-.2-,-. wir. H., ,.,.,,. , ff fl .,. 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A. , Woman's College DANIEL W, FAGG, IR, Social Studies A, B, , Wake Forest College M,A, , University of North Carolina DIXIE SUGG HART Business Education B, S, , M,A. , East Carolina College Zzczzlfy LEAH MCGLOHON Grammar, Literature B, S, , M,A, , East Carolina College A,B, , Free Will Baptist Bible College HERBERT PENDERGRAFT, IR, French, Physical Education A. B, , lvl,E, , University of North Carolina SOPHIA POTTS Remedial English, Speech A, B, , Greensboro College W. BURKETTE RAPER Bible A.B, , Duke University B. D. , Duke Divinity School HILDA DAVIS SUTTON Psychology, Education A.B, , M,A, , East Carolina College J. H. TAYLOR Science, Mathematics A,B, , M,A, , Duke University fin?" li.. N ,. 4-4.94 4 --. iii. X x x i Q" Y r r ' T umm nn. 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V M... r -,'f+,.', ..-. '.v. i,e1'T7".lffi5 'A -Ls , A 'LQ-A V . 'ffujzrfx i' fi ' L15 -'7rfr'.f'rfrg"- v Fifty acres of land, located .4 mile from the present site, have been purchased and an architect employed to draw a master plan for the new campus. This campus, upon completion, will be adequate to care for 500 boarding students. How fast the new campus is developed will depend upon the need for additional facilities and availability of funds. Plans call for the first building to be a girls' dormitory and it is planned to be ready for occupancy in the fall of 1958. We expect to be accredited in the fall of 1958 according to an announcement made by Dr. James E, Hillman, Director of Professional Service of the N. C. State Department of Education and Dr. W. C. Pressly, Chairman of the Standards Committee of the N. C. College Conference, members of the Accreditation Committee who visited our school this year, This means that students entering in 1957 and graduating in 1959 will be assured of graduating un- der accredited conditions. 2 .- L rv- -' .X f 'sv E . 5, t -. .x y, if 4 ix .' li A .- ll gi "ie 5 ll in l5W'QJif .'.' p LE ,L 1-RX-"i' K1 K que, bv' S.,-ln fn' g A r , i A X 1 li 5X kiwi. r K X sTUDENfTsf" . N ' HQ- - 4 ' -1' X M' vxu :gg X . x x . 5 , 'N' J -.,n?r5.. QgJ:..',1-H. w M-'19 W: M K' N.. . ,v W f Qu" . R Sqvlzmzmfs Am. ,Q 13 .IW K 'S cw fa9""'-x N-,.,..WR . 13 W, Q t ' E- 1 R P , 1-,,. e. w. '- ' " -'A s ' . Xi .- ' ' . .5-fn: Qi.. i , NS-svlw NAYJIQ fl QPHIN Mouux Nnve MARIE HARNETT Pameg-w HILDA BOYKIN Wilson MRS, MELBA BRITT Warsaw ,AI .. ,-5 MELVIN EVERINGTON New Bern WILLIE HUBER Snow Hill ..-"Mi I -fa x 1 lg a x iw , ,. GENEVIEVE MCLAMB YV' Smithfield MRS. ETHEL MCPHAIL Mount Olive PEGGY MIXON '95 Middlesex EUGENE TYSON S ,,. - Middlesex -5,,,...w-gr +- -an-1 I' 'Ev-A , I ,N .X ..,,,,,x 1- fm g . 6' :gk , '- a -af J us' .awnN"""' . , ix- , , .. l t -15-5r?i'T1 X ,f5E?"l-E, , :ggi-1.3 ta g 2 a.-1519459 . X s 11-f'fe-hsrfasu :X X O x- f '-i2J'3E2gX1f-Nt' '. 1 'WASP' T Qi n " 'Q 1 " 4 5+ E ff ,. 'X xg , T ' . -S' 'ff . Q2 WLA- :swhr . .v. V 5 tr 9'resl1m lfl S' :M 3 Q.. M1 ,.XX -'AW'-" 'Vw 11: 'Rm at '15 Qwwfwl KATHRYN ALPHIN Mount Olive JOYCE BEAMAN Snow Hill JOYCE BENNETT Mount Olive ELOISE BEST Newton Grove 1 WWFW -.xp nys W 2 lx xi iv rkxk Q53 fl A ,,, wk '-X-'Hari-.Q .QF-:3.z,,,i., X PQ M ,. xg " :f'Qfsf-:- ' ,h L1 'ill' 2- t asf-S3 -S 5 53,3 3 QI5 "ff?:f i ,V-We Q... 327 ' w 5 Ffgikg ' x vkXf2x,M4rf M-it fit any, 'swrvivu-N v 1:1 f , WVZ1 EVE- 1 gr- ,Ag f',"e',,V 'H , Sul- 4 15? ' - "z '- Q M X Q xi- . :A- V, A 1 f'-uf' WILLIAM EZZELL Mapel Hill 6 'Lg Sh ts", , 445 4--Q -.nap-af' SE LMA FUTRELLE if Pikeville SARA LOU GASKINS New Bern WINNIFRED GILLIKIN Aurora I Wim. , A A LX A ' PGGYGRADY Mx L r if if E l +- ,Q k Mount Ohve J few X f J' L I BILLY A, GODWIN s X Q, ri IXILICLO ,sq f' .f ldv .1 .-.. X W vi T. I A ' 'fa if 'lr rfi2f:'1Q:7Lf55riQ,-1 . 46-U 'fiif'-in-A ' .4E-'I'-'ifi2'fE5f59-'EWSiff-9Y:f .L ' N353 W :-rr !:fJS2H2:? W Xmx m i gi s r y. A fzijizg aif?zm .e gfY:2r - JOSEPHINE HATCH Mount Olive SHELDON HOWARD Newport JOSE PH IN GRAM Kenly TREVA IEANES Sims JOYCE KING Faison BETTY LOU MCLAMB Newton Grove ov'-x xgwsn . lar- XY 'ui f . sw.. ,.-5 - ' s ,A 5x1 r -.png-.., , 'N4g,,.. , x 4. '-fax, iw-Q 4 ,,,, ,gxfl ,sv-1'2" .a A 1' " L. K , '47 - ...,..-."' v . 1 . -Po 1 k f X .1 4. 1, 'aw-' . 1. .3 qu -i , Huff' 1 , ffi' E., 1 gt . , I. su'-x .-1, ffl I .xx . 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CHRISTINE SUTTON LaGrange ELMA SUTTON Mount Olive LYNETTE SUTTON Mount Olive WALTER SUTTON Farrnville JIMMY TEMPLE Sims LENA TILGHMAN New Bern SHIRLEY WARREN Robersonville MYRA WEBSTER Pantego GLADYS WILLIS Davis LEONARD WOODALL Smithfield ,,, I x KQN? 'x N 4934? X 'Y 17.44 M544--"' 1 .5 ,ax -ww MUN f" 4 A 1. nuqmw-5' L I 2.3, L-3: M "'-wiv X 'WGN It ,WW x 1' Ama.: M ,ab if IU 11? 51- ' L .wxffycigifi -' fi-'Lf 1 ,' ,1g1l.M.xg2, :KW Q-,sf-5 ALTON WORLEY Princeton 'WWW' Special Students aw 'M Wai' s-- u5mSwi47'W" L. H. BYRD, IR, Mount Olive HAROLD HUGHES Mount Olive C LIO BOYETTE Newton Grove EUNICE BOYETTE Newton Grove DELMAS BRITT Mount Olive MARGARET COLEY Faison Szfeuing chan! 5 Y Sw ze" Nw NGQR M ' qw fa Nxgi X 'sw'-.. 5 .dll 1 1 .. :."12" U H - --3. wir' 2 so-Bifsgl., .1-:1z',3:hisffgyieg-Q','g:,.,rQ. M . ., MM 3 ?ws1i:1Lg:F:L.g.1AS'2Xii3!:1:fIi5 .D-gn.-.-g,g.Q.Q f.-lla: r '- UQ ' x 'X 3 MH. o 3 . .en. enwx ,A . ,X.. .V f . . 3 i " 1 w fs. A 3 W . if f. W! 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' ESR' ' "7 -. 2951 rwi ' Y WWW EDNA MERRITT Warsaw ESTHER MOSES Goldsboro DOROTHY OUTLAW Mount Olive MARY LOUISE REDMON Mount Olive MARY LOU ROMAN Faison RUBY SMITH Mount Olive ANNETTE SUTTON Mount Olive HA ZEL SUTTON Faison MARVIN THIGPEN Mount Olive EVA TILLMAN V Mount Olive MARIE WATERS Faison SHIRLEY WELLS Mount Olive 'hg,-5 ,le """""!:r- rbi' JQQSKFQS P fr -45"W"t ,pl L Qs, - -Gdsdhr' - .I 5-mf f---.Q X ., fr x I ' Q CLASSES 'Q 'Q . Qlff' Mrs. Councill, librarian, visits orientation class B. McLamb, K. Pittman, H. Tyson, and M. and speaks on the Dewey Decimal System in our Barnett enjoy paddle tennis during physical educa library. tion class. -Q. Q, X gi NF Members of the religion class work hard on their English students listen attentively as Miss Mc exam while Mr. Raper looks on. Glohon explains parallelism. T, Jeanes receives help from Mrs. Hart in mak- Mrs. Hart explains a tabulation problem to A. ing an entry in her practice set in accounting lab. Worley during typing class. .Ar--Q I. Ingram I McLamb as Mr. Fagg IOCHISS the N0rIhWCSI TCTFIIOIY lfl 2 graft pornts out scenes of France to L Sutton L United States Htstory Class Woodall and H Tyson Mrs. cussion wg N ..-.- . ,- -+ -wire, ef: .- t..t hs... iw-.'i'f l i 5 ! 5 1 1 i R z V 1 T 's, -- . .-.1 .. V ,, i. 'ff rs it? aku .5 :L h s- vt V' A. - . .t 'W .K -.' X .s:'f:...,ttfgps,- 1.1.3, --J ss.- . . ' ' iz-.ev , f -, A 9. ,A L 'lb X ,6 'QU .. V ., -'i.- . ix. 3 -. .,,' ,ildujfx , ,x , . ,qi we .t . xx I K 1 . F' ' v . L ,., -w Mega -'-t.,E:.' ,. -1 In biology lab Mr, Taylor tells T. Mills, H. L- MCG1Oh0n. N SIGNS. E. McPhai1, and M. Dew' B. Godwin, and L- Smith what to 10014 fgr Britt enjoy drawing outdoor scenery in art class when they dissect this fetal pig. HS Mrs. Dees watches. H. Hughes demonstrates the art of speech mak- Miss McC-lohon discusses the Free Will Baptist ing in Mrs. Potts speech class. Foreign Mission Family with her missions class. 'ggi 'svsrzn' , as f Mrs. Councill, librarian, eXp1aiHS Ihfr C12SSi- Pictured left to ught are Mr I C Moye Mrs fication system used in our library to L. Tilghma Councrll Mrs Moye and Mr Raper Mr Moye and S. Howard. in whose honor the library ts named and his Wlfe Students spend much time on research work rn the hbrary A vnqgw. , . ' SPIRITUALD MFE ,,- V.-, 1 I , Melvin Everington, ministerial student, partici- pates in a chapel program, .X X. CHAPEL Tl ? NX .ft ri Chapel services are held each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning, The programs are under the direction' of the administration and are led by faculty and students. Among guest speakers are min- isters and men of other vocations. A variety of programs include talks from the Bible and other topics of interest to college students. This is an outstanding opportunity for students to become acquainted with successful men of various vocations. tendent of Lenoir County Schools, guest speaker. 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" 'm ' . -u-as-it--'A .' wt t .aff h- .g 5 'mr f-'e ' E3??5N':Q-1':f4vr:. 4----w-3-V W, "' 'J Q Q N ' ' ,,fgefsasivfgg'-fg: in' he e --r -e use , - 1 'QY2"P9ifl'if55.fE1 ,i?f?'f1-if " - i Following chapel M, Britt, P, Grady, and Pres- ident Raper talk with Mr. O. P. Johnson, Superin- Missionary Prayer Hand fy-1 UN OFFICERS Sponsor MYRA WEBSTER - - -------- Prayer Request Leader MISS LEAH MCGLQHQN NANCY STONE ---- ------- T reasurer MELVIN EVERINGTON - - ---- Vice President SHELDON HOWARD - - ---- President GENEVIEVE MCLAMB - - - - Pianist SARA LOU GASKINS - - - - Secretary The Missionary Prayer Band meets Monday through Friday for the purpose of praying for home and foreign missions, Through the prayer band its members become more missionary-minded, They become familiar with some of the missionaries of different denominations and recognize more fully the efforts that are being made and the efforts that still need to be made in regard to the spreading of the Gospel throughout the world, g,...d I a v hi 1 :S 1 ft e Sawing Devofims A N : 7 1 xi 'NX-gf' gr- -, -TH I QE 1 N VL :ij I ex' 1, I IFJ! V 4 fl L ff!" rf. ' 1 y A 'sk - I 'H ' 5-Pl fg- A . ' Xu! ,' AIN, ,U. -M - . 't 5-T c ,, A 7 I ,Nil f A -1 it " If I 'vi ra 1 A is I if Leader - ALLEN OVERMAN There are three devotional groups which meet every evening. This is a period when the students enjoy their fellowship together through praying, sing- ing, and scripture reading. The purpose of the devotions is to bring the students into a closer relationship with each other as well as with God. The develop- ment of each student's spiritual life is encouraged through these devotions. Leader - SARA LOU GASKINS Leader - DORIS EVERETTE . H" , . 'HZ' N N ' """"- ' .- wa-nn-..EEE -I --....1""-'-F f..' 1 """'-.....:-..-...r -'Q - ---. ---...... - A J Filvlxuug gl 32 v----.. ---. - li rf -v-. -an-., --1. : T' I 'Haag 55: j iv..."-. z r-- 1Jn'lllluunu-uuruu1qL - - Illini " """'- H"-'-we - - iii. lullul. :' , ,l.i ti- K Ili Iuuusnsun :A V.- .' - g -E 'ln unsung-. 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Standing: Donna Morris, song leader, Genevieve McLamb, Hilda Boykin, and Selma Futrelle, teachers. Sunday School is held in the college auditorium each Sunday morning. Three students were selected at the beginning of the school year as teachers ofthe class, Miss Selma Futrelle is shown here teaching the lesson. 2 1 , "" Q Iii 1' ..,,1' ini ...........1,...s....-an ...s.......,.-...----M wh ni lfdfluf ... ... -U.. f..'T'.3, . ,Y., - .- -J... N11 , .,.,,.. ...-. .. -.. :....., -....., --,-.- :::'...',--'...n .,........:3:- :EEET-'Ji ,414-M f ' --vffi-1 4' f be Leaguers in the Free Will Baptist League find many opportunities to obtain train- ing in leading prayer, singing, and speaking for the Lord. Therefore, young people attending the League meetings each Sunday evening have the opportunity tobecome better stewards and Christian leaders, "The kingdom of God first" flvlatthew 6:33pis the motto by which the leaguers strive to live, OFFICERS Hilda Boykin Treasurer Winnifred Gillikin President Allen Overman Vice President Lena Tilghman Group Captain Shirley Warren Corresponding Secretary Christine Slaughter Song Leader Gladys Willis Pianist Genevieve McLamb Group Captain Sara Lou Gaskins Recording Secretary Joyce Bearnan Bible Quiz Leader OFFICERS Donna Morris Secretary Billy Norris Vice president Treva Ieanes President Lena Tilghman Librarian Peggy Mixon Pianist I 4:5 A The Music Club provides students with supervised practice and performance in religious singing, Through the activities of the club, students are able to exercise their interest and ability in music and take part in performances given by it through- out the year. had 11 .-.L , h........1u Spiritual fmpluzsis Mflzek '5 FS 4 '51 The purpose of our spiritual emphasis week is to interpret the Christian faith as it relates to our college life and to lead each student and faculty member tomake or re- new his commitment to Jesus Christ as Sav- ior and Lord, Observance of this week be- gan Sunday night, November 25, and con- tinued through Friday night, November 30. Services were held each morning and night with the Reverend Michael Pelt of Snow Hill as the principal speaker. The climax of the services came Friday night when the services of the week were reviewed in a paneldiscussion. Participating members of this panel were Marie Barnett, Melvin Moore, Hilda Boykin, Allen Over- man, and Sheldon Howard with Mr, Pelt presiding. J - 'CAMPUS' :girls -1 A 1 K C 9 X ' 4: N i , l i ----gi' ' i i f ,,,w,..,.,...-F if A f..., ff ,, ,-4,-,A H- - ..,., ,-.. ,if-.,.4.a-7. 5-,.-33 + - 1 ' f ' ' . . rppqgiiwz-aigfrfil-ff'ff, , 5 V , iii fi? ' - ,Q 11' r ,f-A.:.srf3-- TF f , ' f ' 1 - , Y , YQ Lff- 4 'W yu, fl gl' ,H 1- A - -- ' - X x l I I us: , '.f',"iQf?' 1 no-, I :.' "' ,' A f I .' ' 4. .IU , 1 .f.5'?Y"' Rx 42 E UGENE TYSON Q ' ,, .5 ,.- 1 2-. 4 ga A -A President .. Q s ' tln wmv ri , . ,fi rg 'ffm .1 I", fudmf Gvcfernmczi 115 TREVA JEANES .1 HONOR COUNCIL The Honor Council consists of the stu- dent government officers and representatives elected by each class, CLASS REPRESENTATIVES HILDA BOYKIN - Sophomore KEITH PITTMAN - Freshman SHIRLEY WARREN - Freshman Secretary CLASS SPEAKERS DONNA MORRIS - Freshman WILLIE HUBER - Sophomore 'urx ssvciafivn r i r i ?- ALLEN OVERIWAN 0' Vice President X 10? is Q-.0 -r-'fi M, "'TT'..3' X xy BETTY LOU NICLAMB , if 1 Treasurer xr W gif' r 25:31 'ii STUDENT BODY X T' V E I Fa' . r- N .q-- -- ---.-. n-un .-v qnsn.y- pununvuu pun-.-uw rsuua. ,-u -www --.n mann...-un wnvl. --P 'puns vw wuilldww 3-W.--Q-F ,,..,.-n-- , 1 .,.....-.....-- .---.-iv- ..,.---.-w-- ...--...--. -.-.-......--- .---,---- -n-nu-.g-nn--I nqxnguwu-nn or Annual Staff -...,,. 'C"f.7 ALLEN OVERMAN Business Manager H, S. PENDERGRAFT HILDA BOYKIN AdVi50f Editor-in -chief rv , ,'-fx ss., .E SARA LOU GASKINS Literary Editor GENEVIEVE MCLAMB TREVA JEANES Advertising Manager Typist -Q fha-tea W i NN Seated: M. Webster, T. Ieanes, G. McLamb, H. Boykin, A. Overman, S. Gaskins, S. Howard. Standing: D. Morris, N, Stone, A. Worley, B, Norris, P. Mixon,,K, Pittman. I 1 1 N i W i I N OFFICERS Betty McLamb, secretaryg Bill Ezzell, presidentg Josephine Hatch, vice presidentg Elizabeth Smith, treasurer. Science 61110 The Science Club holds bi-monthly meetings in which the regular business is discussed and a short program is given by the Program Committee. The club gives students broader views concerning scientific facts and acquaints them with new dis- coveries and methods. The Science Club sponsors a barbecue supper. Q 5 4 'fxfii x 1. g i 5 fs! 1 ,J 1 f Sr s Zufurc' Huszness Leaders 0f,4mcr1m The Future Business Leaders ofAmer1ca IS the national organization for students in business educa tion It is composed of BCIIVS associate collegiate and honorary members F B L A 15 designed for both high school and college students The local chapter consists of a group of young men and women enrolled in business classes who desire to know more about the broad field of business Peggy Grady Treasurer Eloise Best Reporter Billy Norris President Peggy Oakley Secretary Shirley Warren Vice President 4 I r I I l r I I i ,WHCN MLA. ATHLETICS COUNCIL The Athletics Council was organized to assist in planning and administering intramural athletic events, It sponsors tournaments in sports such as horseshoes, volleyball, paddle tennis, and tether ball. Let's go on a hike, Ouch! It's hot, f 1 "tx" -rut 1' fgffxf r ,, 't , A f I Q! xg f J . 1: ,rx , Q13 G' ffl, iff N ' 1 f 1, . 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Tysong horseshoe champions, Cvurnamcnis Students are shown P2!fIiCiP21iiHg if! the volley- Mr, Pendergraft presents awards to winners of ball tournament. the volleyball tournament--K. Pittman, M. Bar- nett, A. Overman, B. McLamb, and W. Huber. gi -1 Q gif' ,rat-' ' 1 t it if 11 a mark bi' 3 'f7S,?"A'--17-. '. Km ' A rough game, Just out of her reach, . 1 1 . A bull 5 eye: A little too high. A good return. , 1: ffm fx P1 .Q-wif.. I M- ' :Q , Y v .x I 1 , - ., 1 I pg L. ' f,,:31'1f r .. I . I , W., ' ..,, ',f!f644'-As., k : -ff ' Q"f I '. . - as .G ' 1'-' 'F 1 , 1" fwf.s1'f2-Ixvfvafmii rv '12-'25 lx rf- f,.5,.fpa.-ae.,gra,--Eufcbiegiils-fy 1' , in -'.1f'ff,-.fri-13fif:fI'22s':"ixSsff"9Mfi. '-v-:+,?'-'f'5'f'- , ' I 13,ff,,....1.,-.,i..:.x: ::,.1,,,.:- , v ,L 455.5-,3N.fQ ' .1-:wi x' ?f52.:f2''1f5?f?i?5fE?2i+Q-f '- 1.2 ' I I .11 1 Q ,xgbgfg-If 4 -,1,i5:,-fi? V1 1--f .1 I ,- .- . ,, . ,. ' -I , ' 'fix-Rf k .1 It 1- F -'rp-?.f,,. - . 1 -a f f ' . 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X ELQQEQSQQ. . 551.5131 r ff? 'ts . iw -'Q , + . -i A i ,, -s - 1 1 - I :QQ V rf- if J ' 'f ' at-tiff.-:qi ' h- 'E W-. 3 :' -f-F za.: ' x ff 3544. N' eif: " " ',,,,f.g '. if H 2- QL " 5 A ff'--. , f 4- Q as r-.t'PglT'f lift Y sk R RT' MH. VX 1 M- 1 UNS 7- - "tunes: nnumn Us " i .- . A s as , , au v , V ,g I ' A ' i s, 1 1 f I Rf '-3 ff' "W V 1 ' 1 r PM I 5 .5 -in One of the highlights of the year was our Christmas party at which students and their friends enjoyed exchanging gifts, playing games, and other entertainment. Faculty members and their guests are shown here at their Christmas social held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Councill. N34 . ,.,-19.1 ..s,g.' '-s..'..- X ,E x Ike. ' fi 'af .ttt fy ,, ff' . , ' 't z "' ', '4 5 , 3 J I V M. . 2, may 'fl-cred? Yv- 2 r I, xx V+,-. A 5? I. X.. H '5- fe ' Aff' 3, iff , X Q 1 ,-S Campus Sweetheart Candidates: Treva Ieanes, Peggy Oakley, and Betty Lou McLamb. Peggy Oakley is crowned Campus Sweetheart by Eugene Tyson, Student Government Association President, Our Sweetheart reigns. ia. - -4'- ' fi ' A x graduating Hass of 195 Ihiiiadnmimq 19' "'! k 5' g , 2 2 , s 2 Q A ' w rn F. 1 u A jr gi 1 First row, left to right: Hilda Kennedy, Greenville, Certificate in Business Education. Esther Etheridge, Wilson, Degree of Associate in Arts. Marie Barnett, Pantego, Cer- tificate in Business Education. Rosella Jones, Pikeville, Degree of Associate in Arts. Second row: Jack Paramore, Greenville, Degree of Associate in Arts. Mary Wethering- ton, New Bern, Certificate in Business Education. Hilda Boykin, Wilson, Certificate in Business Education. Ina Smith, Swannanoa, Certificate in Business Education. Smithie Overman, Princeton, Certificate in Business Education. Up goes the flag! Easy does it. . .-'u,-an 1 W I - I 5 3 W' HR IS! W Charting between classes. Dupree Ware, janitor, appears happy on the job, .fr- .4 1 ' I www A' V All 4 vu. 1 -win v-. ' fe "Soup's on!" says Christine Mrs. Ed Miles and Mrs. Pope pre Ware, cook. pare to serve lunch. U16 Zafefcrza Students enjoy lunch in the college cafeteria. fi Q-.-h .,., N if xfiuf , ,, Jn if N: if ,. ...u x, gb at A hike in the country. He's almost got ir, 'if L W I I iw- ,fre ,..,., ., f 4 Q fm' 'iy m sq, 1 Clowning around at charades. HC WOn't give up yet, Teachers exchanging ideas. Evening fun around a campfire. 1 I i 5 ,na HW , ,u N E 1 Visit from "Kings Messengers An informal talk with the registrar, Quartet," F, W,B. Bible College. 'Cp N -If s 34 YA ,H t , er : , 1 N R 1 N A 5-1' Ji I ft if e r Y ,Z yiir f ' -5 "tr:-f 5 -I' -rj: ,.-...u.....44.u, Ns tt, ' fa . X .s Ei. . X 1 'st :is were ' l Getting the Christmas spirit. The bookstore stays busy. ' iri 1, x at . A x A . "- Q, 5, , .. ph is 4' 'hs K- s v..-l -. A . E Q-il!-YM , tr, ,, - G , mrs --... A 'X 'svv -v n st X Y 4 . X I r K 9 r . .ws V 'S A 'l."J ,.' 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"Specializing in Yellow Pine and Cypress" I hang Q if 1 1 ' :-- ' -az-E-V i f BX I 'A fr Telephone 2542 Quality Service Calypso, North Carolina Compliments of Wgfmwzfz "Quality Furniture Since 1917" 12. E. WARREN BROKER AND DEALER Mount Olive, North Carolina Phone 2561 Farm Supplies Farm Products Kerosene Fuel Oil Coal Best Wishes to Class of '57 Compliments of D 12 . Z MWIZZZQUM Mount Olive, North Carolina C ompliments of KIQATZ-IAS Mount Olive, North Carolina t R Congratulations to the Class of '57 MOWUQ COMPANY U su :pn " " Wim Qiuuhuuu. A Used Car Dealer Mount Olive, North Carolina Jflwffff C ompliments of WM? - Wynn For Comfort A 1 I For Style For Durability 4'-.."5x"""f Goldsboro, North Carolina Best Wishes to the Class of '57 TWGPEN- FEKEN nest voucv C f g AT Au. it XG' TIMES ff f 3 Dial 2.088 ' Mount Olive Congrat latlons to the Class of 57 Courte sy Compliments of 0004- DE, 0617 furhi ur . WWW 5 Sam ' OPTOMETRIST Mount Olive, North Carollna 118 Z2 North Center Street Goldsboro North Carolina Phone 1498-1499 tm 3. . ' H ,. l' '3 - ' ' . . ' ' ..... .. ...... , ' -.I FQ' XX 5-ur D 1 td -:x..- X R '22 5, 1 NN C-SM-iDN1:1iS DA I IQY IDEODUCTS Wdflffiddd DAIRY PRCDUCTS f'old'boro North Carol a VTE Wal? 2 lm? ASSOCIATION H, J, MORRIS, JR., Owner Davis Tires - Tubes Wizard Batteries Truetone Radios Phone 2412 Mount Olive Compliments of 1 'Y'-Iii? IQWES A 2 ' fir fone Mount Olive, North Carolina Mfffzyfaafza mf ganna! CTI Heil 'Ep E51 IOPPL The Ladies' and Children's Shop Qyxx Mount Olive Phone 3118 5 - A Warsaw Phone 621 X' T-,.1. -. Phone Mount Faison Phone 3581 2198 i' Olive - IVIOUNT OLIVE LOCKER PLANT AND ABATTOIR Meat Curing - Storage Butchering - Lockers Mount Olive, North Carolina LEWIS DRUG Q01 A 7 " COMPANY P V M il Q 'D Mount Olive in I ' I I North Carolina V f' 4' S Y PLUMBING AND HEATING 4 COMPANY wii'W X Nj' Plumbing and Heating Contractors TI-IE FOOD STORE Carrier Air Conditioning Sheet Metal Work of All Kinds Phone 2584 Ivlount Olive, N. C e il J I X , S 41,5 1' s.f 'O Best Wishes to the Class of '57 Save at PROGRESSIVE STORE X X., "A C omplete Line of Groceries and M., Meats" Mount Olive QWZW Kirwan "For All of Your Cleaning Needs" Mount Olive For the Finest of BARBECUE It's Gl2lFl:IN'S of Goldsboro C ompliments of DEVVEY E120-VI-IEl2S Goldsboro, North Carolina C ompliments o WQ2?fzm7Z2M-jfwfzfffwz Agent CHARLES E. THOMPSON Dial 3871 Mount Olive, N. C. D T MQPHAIL , ff, iw it X 7 . . 4 ug it Q . ' I ' X X " ' if , j Z Q if 'UQ SONS xv 71 Complete Line of Dry Goods, Shoes, and Ready-to-Wear ENGLISH AND Nl OLJVEQ Fruit, Produce and Merchandise Brokers Cotton and Cotton Seed ount Olive, North Carolina frm fwmzfgz INSURANCE CO. "Meet a Man With Security" Mount Olive, North Carolina WM mf amz? Best Wishes to the Class of '57 AMBULANCE FUNERAL 6 5 y GAS COMPANY "Call Us for Your Gas Needs" Goldsboro, N. C. HOME Phone 2.303 C ongratulations MADE- I2 ITE EAKERIES "It Is Good Bread, If It's Made-Rite" Goldsboro, N. C. Meet Your Friends 4-141-PISLJHZS "A Clean Place for Clean People" Mount Olive, N. C. Best Wishes to the Class of '57 I.. J. SIMMONS Best Wishes mm Qgwfiw FRIGIDAIRE SALES AND SERVICE H ll ardware 220 N. center street - Phone 2530 Phone 2251 Box 186 Mount Olive, North Carolina Mount Olive, N- C- Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer AUTo SUPPLY IZ M it Your Independent Auto Parts Jobber Automotive Parts, Points MOTOR CO. and Batteries in 315 N. center st. Phone 3841 fag glig, 119 W- James Sf- ' ' Phone 2554 Mount Olive, N. C. FLOYD V. FREEMAN, Owner Mount Olive, N. C. C ompliments of BELK-TYLER COMPANY "Mount Olive's Leading Department Store" Mount Olive, N. C. an 510722 Groceries - Meat General Merchandise Service Station Phone 3123 Mount Olive, North Carolina MOUNT OLIVE GAS COMPANY Gas Home Appliances Best Wishes to the Class of '57 D I affffc l and Tobacco Curers 123 NORTH CENTERSTREET MOUNT OLIVE, N. C. Phone 2455 129 N. Center St PHONEM6 Mount Olive, N. C. Welcome to mg? Qafwf FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, Morning and Evening Worship, League Pastor, MELVIN K. EVERINGTON C ompliments of EUQNETTE OIL COMPANY "Your Amoco Dealer" Gas - Kerosene Tires - Accessories Mount Olive, North Carolina DA!-ACE BARBER SHOP Appearance Is Our .giff Business Mount Olive, N. C. -N Q.1'l-lr? I W MQW! sg'-NN it TIRE SERVICE I J I Mount Olive xxxxl I ulffixcmiriigi --- M lx' Congratulations . lv l .S I --1---0 K I I to the I' A If l-I , ' ..,':'f1 Q, Sllpplj if Q Class of 'Sv 5' I.. v1 s"- , i f l' ' l g5'i--1 I - I Pumnh ' ' T 5 W --I n"::::f:::5'p Purina Feeds I FLORAL SHOP Custom-Grind Feed Buyers of Grain Mount Olive, North Carolina Smithfield' N' C' "Flowers for All Occasions" Wor ship With Us Roowat BRANCH C ongratulations Hotel and Re staurant Sunday School, Morning Equipment and Evening Worship, League Pastor, LEONARD B, WOODALL Goldsboro, N- C- 12 H DILLCN CO Commercial Refrigeration 129 W. Chestnut St. Phone ll56 Be st Wishe s Cifulownl C VVOIQLEY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE ff:-I X,-T 'ls' 2 2 : Ilsl R2 A' ' -ia , -':1Q,.f?' "A Good Drug StOI'C" 105 112 N. Center St, Goldsboro, N. C. Phone 2239 Mount Olive, N. C gwffw xx I Compliments of JOHN PATTERSON if ' X "Quality Furniture' Highway 17, N01'th FURNITURE co. 1 Y x.. I Telephone 315 Mount Olive, N. C. New Bern, North Carolina 'All Wo' HELL I E '3 SHELL SERVICE CENTER if WS Xl ,. H J! A QWWQWMZ Q .IORDAN'S JEWELRY HOME FURNITURE COMPANY MICKEY'S PASTRY SHOP, Goldsboro, N, C. W. P. MARTIN A. C. HATCH GENERAL MERCHANDISE GARRIS JEWELERS, Goldsboro, N. C. 6 ?-16 " ' -4- B, E. WILSON SERVICE STATION RAYMOND'S FRUIT STAND KADIS, INC. JESSIE'S I-'LOWER SHOP REAVES RESTAURANT SOUTHERLAND INSURANCE COMPANY MOUNT OLIVE LIVESTOCK MARKET WAYNE TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY GEDDIE ICE PLANT CRYSTAL BARBER SHOP UTILITY HARDWARE 55 DRIVE-INN MODERN BEAUTY SHOP SUMMER LIN ELEC TRIC C OMPANY MOUNT OLIVE STYLE SHOP CAROLINA PACKERS, Smithfield, N. C. LITTLE GEM BARBER SHOP My WW Zmfzwgf President - - - - -I. C. MOYE, SR. Vice President - - ---- I. C. MOYE, JR. Secretary - - - -MRS. J. C. MOYE, SR. f,nrvHon.f1 S S Snow Hill, North Carolina w I flufvgraph Im Bm uufreen Aw Huck MADE Inlet: Pusllsmxs CCNP-vu DALLAS Vins 5-sq 3' 4 TE tif? 5. 'i ii , . ig A ,VJ I 5 III 455 III! 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