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

 - Class of 1971

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Miss Betty Lou McLamb Business Manager Development Olllcf 1 Cu lMr. l l l I l l l I Charles Harrell MT.AU51lD Carter ' ' -- ""' f 1 Q-qy-V-www ' K- v Lf,-.N i- f--..-.,... .,,,,, - -vrwvwn ,-os. - 1-4.--.Q ... ...-,.,,,q,,,,.,. N Miss Hilda Owens-Director of Counseling Mrs Ruth Gardner and Mr Thomas Smith Director and Assistant Director of Admissions Y 1 Mrs. Rose-Dielucian -Q 4- Yu WN -'. , ,. ' 'T ,Xa -1 "' Mr. Goodman-Superintendent of bunldungs and grounds ,,.-all ffi 1 19 SGCRGTZARIES .- ' ll 1 I I I HENDERSON BUILDING Backrow: Mrs, Wells, Miss Brown, Mrs. Herring, Miss Herring. Seated: Mrs, Smith, Miss Fillingame, Miss Willoughby, Mrs. Potter. 20 'N if , fi ff 'ik' - N . 'Q-5 L MOYE LIBRARY Mrs. Albertson v I SX sgzi-ri ' l'VI I ET!! I X ill!! U Ill! hill! . , l BUSINESS OFFICE Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs, Marion, Mrs. Smith - v f . .Q V . .. vnu .v'.' Mr. Gary Barefoot-Lubranan Mass Pamela Woo i r d4Assustant Lnb TT, -.N rarrgm pli- 4 ,1."g.F, I T Y ,WV ' 1 .gr .ISI 1 I -L W Lk? 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Shelton Howard w Ciaude Moore SOClAl SCIEDCG fx M Fx D DNIG3 s Ili C193-2' Mnss Teena L, Barbee ' ,,,..--"' Mr L L Smith 28 BU IHGSS bf- ff' Moss Lynn A--1 Colsen coachmc, staff Mr Thomas Edwards 3 JU 1-'QL',1,- M Robe-r1Sut10r1 SCIENCE X fmfgw 'f X x q M xii!! if-J - iff: t. W- .' 4 Mr. Wallis A, Br 30 "TTT Lil' Mrs. Lorelle F, M ITIAUNTIAIICS T nb:- 1 1- il- 1. 1- 1- i T Mr Joseph M Vamn Mr Gene B Merc Mass M Carolme Castell e lgr ,,.-... 5 up . .-f .0-, xl -2 I Af' If nu , Z1 wx. .se- A va 32 Q-15 VJ -I 3"?"'i ff' B x t , N.. X ! 'f , x 4 'N 'M Mrs. Mnranda Connor-Campus Nurse x i Miss Boyerte 16.111, f""'4 3 if 'll Y ' and if 4 ,, ., -W , V . 1.-A Mrs Grady .l'.!'.f Q Mrs. Marshburn the Comm counselous E.TTEx 0' MEN XI I ! IHL ,L .,, , 8 s 1 ' ' "2 -iff? "QE 'r- , Q ' N .Lia -1, 'if ' - -..-,.-.,-.fyiag .1 w.-. .f,,,- .sm-.h ,-,, .4 ' 0' 'v f Q , ' f - Eftff 1--T-,'r' "ff-,-:1e,f:PV5.. 1- 4-f-Qg,'+.7.T1 -'x,i..'f'.'Vay., '.C'g,,"-.fl iq,-7 . 4 ,I 4.-. f . " " ,".n, h - ljn v 'D 1 " A F'-5LLowS f-if 2 CT OC? L 1 9-- . wx- QL xr, -AQ . L. N if S. 'X iSilo' ps krrvv' .Wu- Seated: Dr. Vernon, Dr. Flaper, Mrs. Martin. Standing: Mr. Harrell, Deborah Hart, Dr. Pelt the Dl26SlO6l1I,S Council The Presidents Council is the highest judicial body in the school. In cases of appeal, this body renders all final decisions. This group includes a student as a voting member as do all the committees on campus, ?-- 'J iff the Juoicial committee 4 V 5' li Q, I .Af 1- Y C -Y li M 7 .4 Fix 1: - - t w A ' l 'L' XT t ' Karl.-. , f,.:',1-' -N , .. X, iw . iq! 3 4' , X Q, 1, 3 A ' fi "Zig fx 'x A ul w ,. '- Y 'I ' t . 8 I A . . X , 'Y f "- ml7gg,'S I?- Q it A 4 0- if 5 1 ll Ch rles Pace, Mr. Dilda, Mr. Brown, Mr, Moore, Dr. Pelt. Sprunt Hi , a tl-M r tx I ll I Mr. Smith. Absent: David Hargraves d students. has much The Judicial Committee, made up of both faculty an h rnin board for any student who violates school responsibility as t e gove g policies other than those ofthe dormitory areas, 39 YU' ,,ff' - '1v 9 Mr. Sheldon Howard, Mis , . n, onnle reel, Mr. Robert Sutton, Kris Barnes, Jerry Powell. s Lynn Colson, Miss Caroline Castelloe Mrs Lorelle Marti Fl ' C the student affanzs committee The Student Affairs Committee was created this year in the absence of a Dean of Students. This group has given much time in trying to improve student Iif " ' ' e conditions and total campus co-ordination. We especially commend this group on its achievements. U16 OOQITT COUHCHS Y fs . Sutton, TR. Wood all,Ol Ann Hlnnant, Dua lvla Taylor, Ftonme Stokes. Charlre Hegarty, Flack Blanken. Absent, Jerry Powell . ne Goins, Donna Poore, Krls Barnes, Taffy Hollowell, Beryl Hodgln For the hrst counclls have tlme, the dorm been granted ludlcial powers. These students lmportant role rn have played an thus schools attempt to create a total student govermng soclety on campus, Many sleepless days and nights have been contrrbuted towards makmg the dorm lrle more acceptable. 41 the f.w.B. fellowship 9 i 'I z ig, 5 1 'i i I . X .U - 1 .Q i 00 1 pm- Seated: Eddie Morris, President: Glenda Hall, Secretary, Eddie Dutton, Vice President: Sharon Hall, Treasurer: Miss Fillingame, Advisor. Standing: Brent Sumner, Debbie Bunn, Wanda Jenkins, Glen Moore, Cindy Everette, Arlinda Wilson, Deborah King, Ann Hinnant, Steve Bennett, Doug Skinner The Free Will Baptist Fellowship has taken on many new demensions this year. The interest level is high and the program has achieved success on campus as an outstanding organization in promoting strength through weekly programs of fellowship. 42 'T U16 BADUST, stuoent UNION I-J xx 1 'KL Y.. NX y, b in t ' Vi 1 I .r, r 'Ny' Glassie Locklear, Carolyn Asbell, Allen O'NeaI, Dennis Hawes, Mrs. Martin, Randy Gibson The Baptist Student Union is a very active organization sponsored by the Southern Baptists. The local church is very interested in these students and helps promote their community efforts. the kappa chi This is our ministerial fraternity. The purpose of this organization is the advancement of spiritual life on campus and to promote Christian Fellowship. Xie: I 1-2 J " ,- ' , ..: A ,-iw 25115: - :'. , L. 5 Shit? ' -4 I '? ':2Fi' -a 1 Q3 'DQ ,i ,,.,fg!f1flQQ 7 It N ,..v-wakes'-.4. 1' ,. :T ,Zips -gs' 'i 5c'fQ7t-123' -K 'jg' .?9?ff75?'dW':25-HQ?" 5 N- 1-, .f- zinllfw-3:4 9:31-' , ' .fbv:'g5Ifs"Ei- L ,' Q z, ring V 'r ,, ,gg -m.,iN!.-1 ,M 5:43, - T3 5: 05 4 - " , JJ: 1 ' .f l v f I 1 L Gary Baily, Terry Woodard, Mr. Howard, Doug Skinner, James Heath, Dr. Michael Pelt, Tommy Purvis, Buddy Sasser 44 I I Dhl BEIZA IAIUBCA The Phu Beta Lambda as a natuonal organrzatuon of students who are tn- terested In careers an busuness or who are preparang for a degree In Dust' ness admunrstratron Thus club IS very actuve and creates much tnterest on Campus especially durung such sponsered events as thetr annual talent show San Whute, Make Scott, Jimmy Dixon, Kathy Stnckland, Jerry Bradshaw, Lestre Joyner, Marcua Bryant, Terr: Masctoli, Susan Creed, Wanda Jenkuns, Debra Horne, Art Mclntosh, Tommy Kerns, Suzanne Lens, Jackie Phllllps. Q' al 6-.tt ,nl .- . .1417 1 - , .1 - - fit i 4" l i" t . , ,. y , , f M""' ""' , w ' ' 'gi f si kg , '. I :W X' X l yr ' Iwi , 1 i x X 1 ss rf , to . ' 4 Zia ' - xf' 'L ' -s T l . '56 Q Ei? ...--f L I .- Q . ' "7 ' ' 1 It i i . TK 5 , , ,. i ' A V 1 N I .I . Seated: Jackie Turnerg Debbie Leeg Ellen Gause, Secretary. Standing: Darryl Wileyg Jimmy Dixong Rick Blanken, Vice Presidentg Tommy Kernsg Larry Gwaltney: Eddie Dutton, Treasurer: Ronnie Creel, President. SIUCGHI GOVGQIWIUGHI ASSGCIAUCH The Student Government Association is the main student organization. All students are encouraged to participate actively by attending all meet- ings and activities. Besides its many duties in governing the student body, the S.G.A. also sponsors most student activities. 46 The Nnghungale Soctety ts made up oi students who are studytng to be nurses Some of then acttvmes have uncluded vnsttmg vartous nospttals tn the area and worklng for local doctors on a voluntary basts l'IlGhIIDGAlE society Mrs. Connor, Lmda Tutor, Ruta Schlegel, Deborah Newton. Amy Barbour, Caroiyn Lee. f' XA ,blk- ' ' ' .--- L 'I il V1 Q I 3 bf 2... ' 4 f 1 C U16 DCD ClUB 5 :in i ,lr Hvviivnq- V-YYVT, Si- v--4-I 1 if W , 3 First Row: Judy Denny, Deborah Hart, Sheila Johnson, Allen O'NeaIg Second Flow: Fludy Edmondson, Wanda Jenkins, Susan Creed, Jimmy Andrews, Tommy Kerns, Del Carter, George Bancroft. Darrell Fliley. f The Pep Club is open to all students who are interested in school spirit. Their ultimate goal is to achieve total support for our teams at home and on the road. 48 - i Qi xl ""'f x i K . -5 'x First Row: Sprunt Hill, Pam Ketchie, Walt Fryeg Second Rowz Walter Thompson, Rhonda Graham, June Rapp. Ronnie Creel Third Row Randy Gibson, Babs Bouras, Rae Marie Douglas, Jerry Powell, Olivia Taylor, Mr. Sutton. The Lettermen's Club consists ol those students who have lettered in intercollegiate athletics. -i' '-A W -W -w---.,..,.,.,,, 1-T .,-,.,vvv-v--nr r- in , . he.,"'.-vi' ,. l , I ,,,Vl7Nf Qxu I Q ' f-'Fl 4 " . 4 T 4 , It if 1 if l ' ft, i ii i e ' " . V4 X '- I x by 'K 'f 2 ll I -' ' 'B t.. . fs T I1 x , r I' 4 4' . , 1 -t 5 t ' A 'H ' o 4 y , , I. X. - b vt as ., ix J vR.f'k ' " L 1-4 I. D A Eff Y ' 'X ix gt: z. : IL' ' N .Jr J' f,7 . .f' l la? Q, M " 'T of A 'iii 'X " . 'at ,..,a-1"'- - L- 4 A' Q7 F! ,- , al Q -V -' - ." ,,, ' Pi . A' A . , ' - W 1 J 7' og un?" -3 I. - f . vi I-N ,... . Q5 p Xt A .,,.....-9 .st IX First Flow: Wayne Moser, Gale Humphrey, Gloria Outlaw, Eddie Dutton, Deborah King, Mrs. Martin. Second Row: Kenneth Betts, Denise Midyette, Toby Williams, Del Carter, Becky Troutman, Lena Gaskill, Amy Barbour, Faye Cratch, Rita Schlegel, Maureen McClenahan, Ned Williams. Third Flow: George Edwards, Eddie Morris, James Heath, Mike Davis, Carolyn Asbell. the henoenson science ClUB The Henderson Science Club has stimulated a campus-wide interest in science this year through its lecture series, and retreats. lt has also had several community campaigns in which many students participated. 50 ?1ebN The Fellowshtp ol Chrtsttan Athletes ts a new organrzatlon on campus, The purpose ol thus group us to lnstlll wrthun our athletes Chrlstlan qualtles that make for better men fellowship or chmstlan athletes First row: Sprunt Hill, Walt Frye, Pam Ketchy, Toby Wrllram Ronnie Creel, Coach Edwards. Third row: Randy Grbson, B Glenn McConnell, Jerry Powell, Oliver Taylor, Dallas Merritt. xi I - 4 72" 'N fl s, Coach Sutton. Second row Walter Thompson, Flhonda Graham, June Ftapp abs Bouras, Rae Marte Douglas, Tommy Kearns, Fleed Spencer, Mlke Cherry l l A l l l l l J I I' I l X u I K ' I r S . A' 1 tx 5 '. I ---F r - f . f - - -,5'f lN " 1 xx l.ff"'X J , K ' 2 ,v wxl ' ' Aj Q4 xt ' ' ff! - . L 4 ., A l -we ' L 7 X - . Lg ' X I' W t 51 phi theta kappa Nu Kappa Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa was chartered at Mount Olive College in 1964. lt is a scholastic fraternity of students who maintain a 2.0 average on all work attempted and are elected by vote of resident students. EL f .f x J Q Front row: Jimmy White, Fay Cratch, Maureen McClenahan, Wayne Moser, Janice Clark. Back row: Becky Troutman, Eddie Morris. Gai Humphrey, Lena Gaskill, Marcia Bryan, Glenda Hall, Frieda Nolley, Kathy Strickland, Deborah King. 52 BR AH SCHOLXI2. Personal and academrc drstrnctron mark the basrs ofthe selectron ot the Bryan Scholars. They take a special one-hour honors semunar each semester an a special Interest of study Bryan Scholarshrps are avaliable from the Bryan Foundatron and contrrbutrons from the college 5-o Left to nght: Arlrnda Wilson, Gail Humphrey, Wayne Moser, Eddie Dutton, Eddre Morrrs, Crndy Everette, Fay Cratch, Lena Gaskrll, Deborah King, Becky Troutman, Vuckre Perkrns. Davor Ftobrns, Rose Edwards, Julre Semaske, James Lambert, Teresa Gardner, Deborah Hart, Maureen McCIenahan, Glenda Hall, 53 U76 chonu First row: Frieda Nolley, Hiawatha Jones, Betty Jo Page, Debbie Bunn, Ann Hinnant, Jackie Phillips, Sandy Fisher, Susan Creed, Cindy Everette, Theresa Gardner. Second row: Deborah King, Mary Smith, Jim Williams, Steve Bennett, Dale Burns, Buddy Sasser, Ann Parker, Pat Bengel, Mrs. Hilton. Third row: Edna Murray, Betty Whaley, Van Stocks, Brent Sumner, Bruce Jones, Mike Lancaster, Danny Mercer, Sharon Allen, Nancy Williams, Deborah Newton. Our Chorus is a service group that provides musical inspiration to chapel services, convocations and general functions, We are very proud of our choir and their fine work. 54 "T the olive leaves staff u -We had lunll f 'iss-H-2,-.' ' '71 -lbu if B X X' - ' - .4 ' 5 , ' A ' 'ss l A WI- If 3 F f Y s Y, 1 . . r - , Q . 1 w 'J ., 'fruit - xxx -, , . , t . , .l,xI A I: X - X B ' - 9 "'li"1-'fd . " V i l i B ,lr 1, s. i l 'I 4 dna l ' l A mf i ' A 43 i if. oiiffff if 0-LQ fs 4 iz.-1 I gxyf 4 i if B 5:11 1. X """ .lg X-1 0. fl-filigr , 151'-.,',.., ' ' ffl f 1' W 4 1 Q 1 4- wr fc Q! gli ' ' A ' 1 AQ, , . , , - B flip . .U .-X.lsl'N.xTx- fi V ts , f lf- .N ak i Z 'X f 1, Q l f N f i CED of ff B in W, i V " , kj ' 4 I X' fx f 1' 4, x? films N ,. r-TN-, .- ff' xx Y,ff i, ,A V ,sf L- X !' v"'if-l 739 lx 'fx B V " Q" X xv A l V T: f I X fl nf: 4- 'K I X , 3' X 1 A' '5 Y I 1' ,f X ' , ,, ,x ' ,AJ .ii Ax 1 I XX B NHL E ' N I ' N l ' ' A ' 5 , . XX gf ' xsy af v V r i Vafrpsigio- 1' , 5 I X wk TXXNX ' ' ' s 1 Y N -uxfsf - 1 xs-- do G ll i 4 A, ll f 11 A . ...pg 'A-2.1 Q.- f,,,Lv""fNNjjfL Ned Williams, Penny Edwards, Susan Creed, Eddie Dutton, Amy Barbour, S d Fisher, Cind Everette Pat Bangle Debbie Bunn, an y Wanda Jenkins, y , , Kenn Atkinson, Ann Hinnant, Toby Williams. Glenn Moore, Pam Wood. Advisor. FEEQBRUAR' "'H! , 1 ' , - . w .- ,. ! - ,A 1 2 i3"" l a . I Q i .r '3j,':1'.:f'? -., I 5... ,U ij V xl: 1 DJJ, mil. P JT' dawn? 1.1--,nv'H, 1971 il I I ' rw N f-1 '.",Jiuqfr: f,Ef5'n4nfp - 'y 'VK u N"' '.U'NY'2 ' ' v 1 1 1 x , v. I I l 1 4 . Q 1 l ' 1 'I l'l1"ll1 '. I .' R 'v 1411 1 ZIv1617,il.1., Lvl-'-t,r'4 , '1 1::1,'!11 ,ffl " 3 1111!- - .- - ..l -,.n+W,,.4,-.-... ,, ,-4- -4.s.......- 1-in ,.,,.pf,f,f-1 'fwfr ',AfAJwoAr ---4 --- - :V ., ..- . - -- W -- 1 I, L.. f , w - , W Y... - ,-f.e-.Z -- 1 2 Lfxlll I'l'QlV 3.7- . I 5 -... , ..-rar Y 7 Y W1 18' 19 -4?---,.., 427 s HOITTECOITTIHG QUEEN Miss Rae Marie Douglas Miss Arlanda Wilson '-ui 5 OQF i Miss Deborah Hart attenoants Miss Del Camel Miss Lana Quick ...Qi 5 Miss Linda De Hoog :Oi 01' Miss Jackie Phillips mAl2ShAlS ' 51,11 PHP' 5'-5 N-9 '1' l CQ' h Standing: Wayne Moserg Fay Cratchg Jimmy White, Chief: Maureen McClenahang Eddie Williams. Seated: Gail Humphrey. 60 miss ph: Beta lamsoa fix 1 J who's who m amemcan Glenda Hall iw all: '-' EMIS Jimmy White H Jumon colleges NVQ P"Y A Eddie Morris Frleda Nolley Deborah King i , i ...-.- , ,.,.. fav ' S if r i 4 I, I 5 ii" 0.61 ' 1, Jerry Powell .,, iii - r K m s X I I f 1 ,' q Buddy Sasser II b 4 1 I f i I? 4 fl' 2 1' I :gf ' n' ' " L -f 1,1 gl ...n .Q F U . ,- nu N! I Ann Hinnant b R ,Maureen McClenahan 04 . Jfgf- K .3 , .Ei 1 -:M . ' -5.'.' Q ' 'hr- flflfg f .A ' , Deborah King sophomones .AP i NI' Eddie M 1 Q Q fur- , n-q-I 'Fl 'Ev S Deborah King Hope Hope Hope Hope Hope Hope Hope Hope queen of the olive leaves Hope looks forthe good in people instead oi harping on the worst. opens doors where despair closes them. discovers what can be done instead of grumbling about what cannot. draws its power trom a deep trust in God and in the basic goodness of mankind. "tights a candle" instead of "cursing the dark- ness." regards probiems, small or large, as opportuni- ties. sets big goals and is not frustrated by repeated difficulties or setbacks. accepts misunderstanding as the price for serving the greater good of others. Hope is Deborah King. LUJ I I 4 i S 1 x I 5 v Miss Taffy Hollowell, Queen mA COURTS fir? , f. ......, ' xiikrgi Jw "3 TTS f A. , T1 5 n z X X. V 'fi-ljifidffif' W 'K H WY 3, ' k 32,2 L,,,:l.' 'fy l .K TQEM' X Ill. 5 Xti .4 ,- :af-Zig! zxfigk X K 'Il x KJ ' 43 ' W3 f f A ' ' 1 b ' nib - 1 w Nw fl 'e N ffcf' Rf. Mlss Arlinda Wilson, Maid of Honor 5 1 I' I l t L, Y Mass Lana Outck, Freshman Attendant Mtss Ann Htnnant, Sophomore Attendant r I ' , ' f 1 - 1 N' 4-1 Mtss Linda DeHoog, Freshman Attendant Mass Jackte PhlIIIpS,SOpnOrT1OrE Attendant Exim-wwf--fvfiw-a - ..., ... t f at Y 's' A B """"""""""'1 P10-D 10'C Cx b 'U sb---'--H' ' Amlfa I f ,, ' H. '-is , , . ' -4,...--- in il'-' ...mfr VT' ' "" "' "HMV . .-. M4 ,I ,.,.4'v 4,-'fin , ' . A . 8 ... 'zqj--1:5 ' ' R. v ,Yr X A. 'l. q Arr K 1 ' . I v . , -A 1 ,Q , - . -0' S W ' 5 A '55'21r'M- .f 1- '5 --' 1. -- ' 5 .-'.'- 'L., '511uln-. , - 1 ' :"' g',,"'..w . ' v I ", . 1 Mt ' ' '.' 'Wi -. e-'fu ES m QA T1 m0 BASKEIBAH 1 - -w-7' W 1 - I . ' "" - .... ---'ffg.55'f:1,-fir-gf.. 1-f,-5 I w R L ' Lk v L X ,Q L lj-x . L A X . , ' 4 i f' ' 5 ii i , I F 'lr ' 7 Q " i" .J A ' X N I .A I L JA KL ' 1 in 7. J f .gh .' - 1 , .f " dj , f J 'L ' Q ,L ..Q.1Q1f1gf?'.ji-Q' 5 I Q . i W ' Q ff, . Kneeling: Lawrence Newsome, Danny Mercer, Charlie Hegany, Jay Tighe, Jimmy Dunning. Standing: Mike Cherry, Calvin Wade, Mike Barnes, Keith Roach, Walt Frye, Buddy Sasser, Coach: Tom Edwards "It's no use Ref, they're perfect!" 72 tnojan Basketeall ,O .Z en ,. in LY -J-X 41. xg- - Qlik X7 .2 rllfx Come on team, let's beat'em. November November November November December December December December December December January January January January January January February February February February February February February Sandhills Southwood Wayne Community Ferrum Chowan Louisburg College of Albermarle U.N.C. Charlotte Freshmen Wake Forest Freshmen Sandhills College of Albermarle Brevard Wingate Kittrell Louisburg Double Header U.N,C. Charlotte Louisburg Brevard Chowan Ferrum E,C.U. Fresh, Southwood Louisburg Kittrell Lenoir Community S-T-O-K-E-D M.O.C. Opponent 92 58 92 72 B4 68 92 96 89 78 71 97 104 94 75 108 73 87 88 69 1 13 100 72 88 77 72 99 96 85 90 85 73 71 75 80 77 93 101 71 76 79 B3 83 69 97 83 Way to go Twinkle Toes, Going, Going Gone. ,.. f lt's a bird, a plane, - Super Cherry. 74 ,B ,- Xl A W 'wil T1 Vi T' Wil' , . -..,...,..--- ...w-.,. ..--,..,. .,.. .vu- uues-e5...a..s.-1-vuwm., ---J Touche -...Il tr2oJan's sophomone MINE " 22? ' w f1f,?:45jl 1- I' 11 V I2 I 0 C J IZ A sl. A-I O I1 I2 V :xv V" ,1 K ' 1 , .- I Q .uf 4' 'Qs I -K . . , If I ','4 ,M Lux V.. mb if 'A 1 . X ff, , 1 .f sx 1 I ,I I . x' K Y . l ' Qs 1 ' 2 ji . uv I . ,. I' 1 5 x ,K 'qfll : 1' 1 R ""l 'ati' V'-1 . 'I X wg. M 5 N , .I - , N V S 78 "Tn I F if-Q is --. f, , A H il i , 4. ' . fl? ' 4 . a H F' . ' - 1 1 1? fr-' I lar 4 it 5 V. - " A. , , H 15 J 1 2 T 5- N ff' QgjSi'4:ii:.g1Lii-i'dw2 w'i'f"'1u5 41.11451 1.-.V w,A-.1.- A x LL. .-.L If-Q-Q' ,-is-.Q I7 3 fry RJ y , A- U' SMOKING 417' 'ah' 45.2-ff! wk F ' R fl! . Q., Y xr. 5'-Q. ,.,-4' ,Q ,I-AN F""w 1'--1 . ..,f vEQ x . 1 ' ' f 3 1 'TN "":'71"TW T y ' V 5 V9 .fr KN --A , ,F .vw L5 Hr' '?:3"' 'ff53f9L'f:' - X--J-1-'J-4i' '.:L.E4.x.Q'L,nLg3. CJ ONE DOLLARUKPRIL 1970.2-J ' I L- .. TN ' fir ,. :" K I , .Q 0 W, I Q ' l,."A'X V y 1 g 5 . V ' "" fe if, 1 D XXX - il: 'X 5 ,lflggjig ,mix mm nm x X 'J W-'Q A Q Q QMWW5' 4 E507 , . -1 f,:g:4 f 1 gy'-1.4 ' ' -W , X . 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H-'v1,g,y47e1 ,,-.Amir y'f'i" Nj.-4 5, 1 ,git- I pf? mf- :,5.g.q -1:2'g:'..gf z 'Z' .3.""44 4. . , 1 5- '- , ..' fvy vxxl Vfffi,-f2g,, 'gkff 33", ,7 A N i3QN,'.:x.,."".' fl zfi-fjbQ'f,ir1g"' , ' 1 , -- ' -,, Q? 4 L. I-VL. I, vw. U2 1 , 'N N' -'. A "Aw" f2f"v5',.xf X ., 4' ,fs ' ' f , LC' "- Q 'I x fi 5, , -y Kal' F' po, f '.- 1+ N.--gg? ying 'ffeyx 5 eh-x Ag: Q' f ful- 'f' 7 y , -f,.f'ef1,g,5'f1N ' if-.Q ff' "'-f-'ff u -1'-4.4 .-S' 54.2,-gif-fl 0' -ff Pei' ffff -' ,,TZ,1c3.f1- .' P: :"fswf Q ff' "fi iff - ,Q 'lt fw'v.W+-,2 .. Fw- r- -. - ' 99' ig' ' ' ,Y -- Q - -ggi. 'kai-qv-fu? K' 54 A :if if - . fl ' wi-A :U fin 'z-fs. f'.+:.:rfX,f1 2-Nr., Af - we - N- ' 11. - il ,S 'f.,.. v ..- . 1 .. Q . .,.f IRACK IGAID Standing: Ned Williams, Eddie Moore, Gene Riggs, Ronald Stokes, Al Conrad, Doug Skinner, Rudy Edmondson. Kneeling: Lynn McConnell, Robert Currie, George Bancroft, Tim Smith, Chris Johnson, Butch Williams, Stan Frye. Mount Olive College has added a new sport in their athletic department for the year 1970 through 1971. With the cooperation of several students, a track team was established. Our assiduous team has shown great improve- ment during preseason practices. The faculty and students wish the team a successful year, A few of our track members in preseason workout. George Bancroft practices Ieapmg over low hurdles Ftudy and Eddie get set forthe 220 run GIl2lS extnamuizal BASKETLBAH Kneeling: Janie McCray, Elaine Darden, Taffy Hollowell, Connie Dickens. Standing: Ellen Davis, Susan Moore, Denise Midyett, Beryl Hodgin, Dianne Ennis. It's got to come down sometime! Somebody's got to be able to catch it! J.- ,- J' 'Y .- '- 1 2 5 A ' -1, .db '- ig- ,, Who keeps movung the goal 7 CHGEIHGAOERS Babs Bouras, June Rapp, Fiae Marie Douglas, Pam Ketchieg chief. Although this year's cheerleading squad was small in number, they were a powerful "four," With untiring en- thusiasm they led our team through a successful season. I1 x f U F51 s R " 'MAA , . S-K 7 Rae Mane Douglas Pam Keichle x fri' 9 11.4 x 1 ng Fw. N f.5"" ,, Babs Bouras June Rapp 5-z urz-uv-::v -----Q ,- , GOlli .l Doug Smith, Jim Laing, Bob Bonner, John Jernugan, Tom Semaske, Mllton Nowell. Tom Semaske and Mllton Nowell dlscuss the ranges of thesr urons wnth Coach Edwards. tizojan tennis r 5 11, Q A r L. Kneeling: Randy Gibson, Jerry Powell, Dwight Wiggs, Buddy Sasser. Standing: Wanda Parker, Pam Ketchie, Coach Sutton, Danny Mercer, Tommy Kerns, Ronald Creel. 92 w , F 1 I I l I never could reach those hugh ones. lil . 2.-uv'-5' C.. .M , . u.'.' .. '.K4k 1... x A. -. -. . K ., . . H. lx. . , -f ,, x - -. x - g QV., .. xK'.X 'K xuxnxn u ,HX xxxx-K' l Q-.XM , 7 ,I l 3 H .qv x','.' .x ., K'xX'. . X'X .QS A :Nr-Q IQ X x . ' N. .Lid - ,AQ 1-1- ' 1 How's that for style? 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H. .- lp.. f ,:'l-if ' lr, Y c 4.,-:VAC ' si .c '-' h iff. . i - c - , me 'hr l l This is an architects sketch of what the campus will look like when completed. The eventual completion of this beautiful walking campus is a dream coming true. Several ol the bulld- ings are now in use and plans lor the others are in the making. 95 ' '. .,' xl I I I f'-QA 1, 4,!.,'- ..'-:,,,, . y Q 1.1 f' V E L ., 'ry ,. 4, A xx 1-5' N J- XX :XX N 'Q N A Age- ' Q.:-"SlB,,2, 1 gf 13539 4.xgx',f"'fgJ'g3' t Q I fi I' I f, ff . s , ox- A- , ' x x ,X .mx . fl. 1-5. , .JRE i Qlx. x , 1 , . MA - . L. . U.-. . it I' , . .Q-Ii.'x , P V , ,,, , ,1 Q.. '- f ' .1 -MZ ,A W-san:-4' ' . .: ,, .c...1 ,V "Yii'i".:'f"""3' s ,.FLf" tx , 1 ' I x "'y.1 mv ' ..,7 X X A Vx fi XB yy, I ' I 5 I, f 1 f .w n-111-r in QQ,-pr? Z3 fs 6 ,, 1 Q -'Af' yy- .5 I ' f f '-Qu 98 fr fl lj ., XX f f 1 1' x ' Q of NN 5' 'Vs fi Sf' 1 SODh0mOl2G OHIICGRS Darryl Wiley, President Jimmy White, Vice President 'J' .f Samuel Vernon Albea 5 1 I 1 WW 1 ,R Q if fx' Donna Frances Allegood Cymh X , x 'W Ax " 'r 'VG' Q sa Marne Anderson J-:X 0.9 ,.,..5p P Frederrck Edward Anthony James Lawson Arthur Carolyn Lucrlle Asbelm if-' 1 fm -A .,.'-irq. f" it br L- - ' r- t 1 fi , ,UAA if" X '1",,, yi- .0-X 3 si' George Francrs Bancroft Amelus Krrs Barnes Frcnarc Grosrenov Bwanhe .--A-of-f 7, AF, in A ,.,-0' 4' Q' r 'SSC 3' -'-:,. Babette Kaye Bouras Jerry James Bradshaw Marana Ann Bryan if "T:-p "'..'Z'J' George Ronald Casey Raymond Bruce Casey Jannce Marne Clark .ew ,af ,rg ..,-,I 41' f ' rf d " e I , F . C in 1' Sylvia Faye Cratcn Ronald David Cree! Robert Duncan Currue Ax -49' ,Jai If X -fs- .-"9 pb' Helen Erarne Darden Sarah Ewen Dawg Thrgmdg Erjwrrv Dawg -ff . 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Anonymous Take away love and our earth is a tomb. Robert Browning I i 'T ,KN 1 J 5 yi. ' 4 'Bi'x.4- ff, ,. I if Tom Noel was Mnnii Twnin AT ilunis A Monument Ui All The Virtues iiiiather Nice Looking Mess Sinners Love Him . . . Q A L 'iw L, P' ,"l 5 X 1 ' 1' t H "If f-iff-f' D 1.- a' t H' - W ,-2 1 'Hfc mms" -N.. ,,fg4leussy fi RDQ UI ff?" 5-f THE DIRTY Doz EN .Af ' , ,X X , ' ff , , W X140 If I love you, what busrness IS that of yours?-Goethe Perhaps they were rlght ln puttung love unto books Perhaps It could not llve anywhere else. Wrlllam Faulkner rx 4-if -Garb, , ,iffilmw i Love is like linen: often changed, the sweeter. P. Fletcher R rv ' X f!! 137 ur-:f-"" 138 Love makes all hard hearts gentle. George Herbert Z-I ."' ,.,h.V , i, Q., - 1311 mv. If I do not love myself. who then will love me? W Yiddish saying All, everything that I understand, I understand only because I love. Leo Tolstoy n 'ummm ' 2 35, ..--'S l V f L :,f"9g U ,...-.eq ,,,,E .,Y.Y V-... - --r - Nm - R I 1:3- I . . L I I, f I fn.. I I+.. JQX N , - 139 63 0 Q Love, love, love. ,. ail you need is love The Beatles fa X - ASW x , ,imfx ,, aw V' xx J Sf f Zn? 7 NNXW lib- E 5 I . A Q44 G si. s' 3.1 N mom the GS WW K of me Fun, excitement, rain slush, worry, reward, hunger, no sleep, exams, packages, papers, water fights, demerits, biddy, physical conditioning, colored chalk, drink machines, cups to cans, mystery meat, required chapel, Henderson time, overdue books, probation, lab practicals, the lingering fragrance of formaldehyde, SGA momies, Yahweh and the Israelites, "The Curfew", eightball in the corner, room inspection, newly paved parking lot, spades, Bonjour and Adios, new laces, old faces, tricycle races, basketball, softball "Get your bodies out here!", EAST, telephone call, an appointed time, a short walk, registration, caps and gowns, speeding tickets, hung gung gee, air-conditioning in the winter, heat in in the summer, blessed cold water all year round, transfer papers, high school days, the delightful scent of pickles, mice, rain, rain, rain, and more rain,- "NoENEMY WOULD EVER BOMB THIS PLACE AND END ALL THIS CONFUSlON." - This year's book has been a challenge. We have strived to create a unique edition of The Olive Leaves. l feel we have succeeded. For the very first time, most of the photography of the yearbook has been our own ltaking, developing and printing of all contacts.l Without the help of Kenn Atkinson this effort would have been impossible. We would also like to thank all other persons involved in the production of this book. Ann Hinnant-Editor Love and a cough cannot be hid. G. Herbert Y Oh, love wlll make a dog howl ln rhyme, Beaumont and Fletcher X -X-T lk' 1 'I X I 2-111, Y -' Qu- . ,- 1- - 3-:ff "Ai--" 'P EEHII1 5 IME' Hgh! plagf- lgr lqyp l fjonl lmow where ll lf, Ill-4,1-ly xg Q belllv-v Roberl Fv 1-55 W ' 7 gl - . vv5 0 x -1-M If 1 " ,....-f N . W '-v fri 'QQ is-N., Love IS a dellghtful musical instrument of which love is the bow, and man the artist. Stendhal ...f The chains of love are never so blnding as when the links are made of gold. R. Tyler 149 I Kindness in giving creates love. Lao - Tse X 3 1 Q "Resist no end" means "Do no violence to another," which means "Commit no act that is contrary to love. Leo Tolstoy -1- 1 -16 X 'Qu I m 5 s if-11 Love is the wisdom of the fool and the folly ofthe wuse. Samuel Johnson . I . ' "9"N'lu Y.. , w :A I ff' 1 f-Q 'X-X X11 4 W 4 I X V 1 1 NQQBN . H X: 1 ,--ray, L lil! QT. - 1 N an 1 N 1 1 Ev I., -w-we Those who love deeply car-mor age X ,f" I A W Pmem S T51 Were it not for love, poor life would be a ship not worth the launching. ,W E.A. Robinson ' R Freely we serve because we freely love, as in our will to love or not: In this we stand or full. John Milton l X -M,, 5: .5 . .aww N: A PEPS 1 1 9 hog They do not love that do not Show the-rr tove Doubt thou the stars are frreg Doubt that the sun doth move: Doubt truth to be a Iuarg But never doubt I love, Shakespeare Johh Heywood VI' SODHGITTORG CRGCIIS Allegood, Donna Frances Drama Club, 1, Pep Club, 13 S.G.A., 1,23 Intramurals, volleyball, softball. Asbell, Carolyn Lucille B.S.U., 1, president, 2, Science Club, 2, French Club, 1, S.G.A,, 1,2. Barnes, Amelia Kris Student Affairs Committee, 23 Women's Dorm Council, pres- ident, 2, Concert and Lecture Committee 2. Blanken, Richard Grosvenor Phi Beta Lambda, historian, 2, Intramurals, football, Cratch, Sylvia Fay Henderson Science Club, 1,25 Phi Theta Kappa, 1, vice pres- ident, 23 Free Will Baptist Fellowship, 2, French Club, 13 Out- standing Sophomore3 Bryan Scholar, Marshal, Dean's list. Creel, Flonald David Drama Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Intramurals, football, softball, basketball, volleyball, track team, tennis team, Lettermens Club, Pep Club: BVYBVI SCIWOIBY, T: SGA president, 2, treasurer 1. Douglas, Rae Marie Pep Club, 1, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 23 Lettermen's Club, 23 Drama Club, 1, S.G.A., 1,2Q Intramurals, volleyball, softball, cheerleader, 23 Homecoming Queen. basketball, softball, Men's Dorm Council, S.G.A., vice pres- Evans- John Thomas ident, 2. Bouras, Babette Kaye Pep Club, Lettermens Club, FCA, French Club, Olive Leaves Co-Editor 1, Cheerleader, Judicial Board 1, SGA, 1,21 Intramurals, football, softball, basketball. Gaskill, Lena Louise French Club, 13 International Club, 23 Phi Theta Kappa, Science Club, 2, Bryan Scholar, Intramurals, basketball, SGA, 1,2, Dean's list. - Gause Ellen Davis A V E'?gaggt21T-E::bdQn2, Phi Theta Klppa 2, Pep Club 1, Dean-S SGA secretary, 2, Girl's basketball, Intramurals, softball, list 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' volleyball, Teacher scholarship. Clark, Janice Marie Gibson, Randall Wayne Phi Theta Kappa, 2. ' BSU, president, 1,23 Lettermen's club, 1, president, 2, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 2, Spanish Club, 1,23 chorus, S.G.A., 1,23 tennis team, Intramurals, ping pong, basketball, lootball, softball, Freshman Sophomore Committee, 1. Hall, Glenda Elaine Phi Theta Kappa, 2, Free Will Baptist Fellowship, secretary, 2, Henderson Science Club, 2, Who's Who Among Student in American Junior Colleges: Bryan Scholar, Intramurals, softball, Outstanding sophomore. Hall, Sharon Kay Free Will Baptist Fellowship, 1, Treas. Science Club, 2, Drama Club, 1, Nurses Club, 2. Hegarty, Charles Michael SGA, Men's Dorm Council, Dean's list, Basketball. Hinnant, Kathryn Ann Chorus, 1, Vice President, 2, Free Will Baptist Fellowship, Women's Dorm Council, May Court, Olive Leaves, Editor, Outstanding Sophomore. Hoke, James David Free Will Baptist Fellowship, 1,2, Spanish Club, 1,2, Phi Theta Kappa, 1,2, Kappa Chi, Vice president 1,23 Bryan Scholar, Ministerial Scholarship, Dean's list. Holloway, Sylvia Mae Ministerial Scholarship, Hollowell, Tally Ann Science Club, Historian, 1, Basketball team, 2, S GA , Secre- tary, 1,23 Womens Dorm Council, 2,3, May Queen, Humphrey, Brenda Gail French Club, 1, Phi Theta Kappa, 2, Pep Club, 1, Henderson Science Club, treasurer, 2, Bryan Scholar, Marshal, May Court, Outstanding Sophomore. Johnson, Shelila Joanne Drama Club, president, 1, Pep Club, secretary, 2, State Teacher's Scholarship, Joyner, Leslie Carol Phi Beta Lambda, parliamentarian, 1, corresponding secre- tary, 2, SGA, 1,2, Dean's List, 1,2. Kennedy, Arthur Frederic Free Will Baptist Fellowship, Pep Club, HSC, Bryan Scholar, FWB Scholarship. Kerns, Thomas Marshall Phi Beta Lambda, FCA, Pep Club, softball, tennis team, Men's Dorm Representative, Homecoming Chairman. King, Deborah Hines Henderson Science Club, secretary 1, president, 23 Phi Theta Kappa, 2, Spanish Club, 1, Free Will Baptist Fellowship 1, Program chairman, 2, Bryan Scholar, Chorus, 1,2, Music 155 Scholarship, MOC rep. to UN, 1, Cheerleader, 1, Who's Who in American Junior Colleges, Outstanding Soph. Lee, Deborah Ann S.G.A. Flepresentative 2, lntramurals, volleyball, softball. Lee, Jasper Ward SGA 1,2, Massey, Jo Anne Henderson Science Club, 2, International Club, 2, S.G.A., 1,2, Dean's list, 2. McClenahan, Maureen French Club, secretary, 1, Phi Theta Kappa, Olive leaves, 1 Henderson Science Club, International Club, 2, girl's lntral mural basketball 1, Marshal, Dean's list, Bryan Scholar, Aca- demic Affairs Committee, SGA., 1,2, Outstanding Sopho- ITIOFG. Moore, Susan Dianne Phi Theta Kappa, 2, French Club, president, 1, International Club, president, 2, Girl's Intramural basketball, Dean's List. Morris, Charles Edward Free Will Baptist Fellowship, historian, 1, president, 23 French Club, 1, International Club, vice president, 23 Phi Theta Kappa, Bryan Scholar, Dean's list, Outstanding Sopho- more. Moser, Paul Wayne Phi Theta Kappa, Henderson Science Club, historian, 23 Bryan Scholar, Marshal, Perret Award, Who's Who Among Students American Junior Colleges, Dean's list, Outstanding Sophomore. Nolley, Freida Jane Phi Theta Kappa, Free Will Baptist Fellowship, 1, Chorus, 1,2, Dean's list, Music Scholarship, Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. Outlaw, Gloria Ann Henderson Science Club, Sec., 2, Free Will Baptist Fellowship, 1, SGA., 1,2, Dean's list. Pace, Charles Madison Judicial Council, 2, Representative, 1, Dean's List. Poole, Susan Ellen Henderson Science Club, 1,2, SGA., 1,2. Powell, Henry Jerald Lettermen's Club, 1,2, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Landscaping Committee, Freshman Sophomore Committee, 13 tennis, Homecoming Committee, 2, Tennis Scholarship, ln- tramurals, Basketball, softball, volleyball, Summer School Council, Men's Dorm Council, president, 23 Student Affairs Committee, Who's Who in American Junior Colleges. Sasser, Eunice Spurgeon Henderson Science Club, 1,2, Free Will Baptist Fellowship 1,23 FCA, secretary, 1,23 Kappa Chi, 1,2, Chorus, 1, president, 25 Ministerial Association, 1,23 Most Outstanding Athlete 1 Bryan Scholar, 11 Music Scholarship, 1,23 Basketball, 1,2 tennis, 23 Religious Lite Committee, 1,21 Outstanding Soph. Schlegel, Rita Deann Henderson Science Club, 23 Nightingale Society, president, 2: Johnston Scholarship, Dean's list. Strickland, Kathy Lynn Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Beta Lambda, recording secretary, 2, Dean's list Representative to President's Coun. Troutman, Rebecca Ann Henderson Science Club, 1,2g Phi Theta Kappa: Bryan Schol- arg Prospective Teachers Scholarship. Vann Leer, Joseph Phi Theta Kappa: Dean's list. White, James Graham Phi Theta Kappa 1.2, President. Chief Marshal 2, Who's Who in American Junior Colleges. Soph. Class President, Varsity Basketball manager, intramurals: football, basketball. Williams, Eddie Ray Phi Theta Kappa, Bryan Scholar, Marshal, Faculty Scholar- ship, Commuter Representative to Judiciary Council. Williams, Edwin Thomas Henderson Science Club, 2, Yearbook Stall 2, French Club 1 Woodard, Terry Richard Kappa Chi, president, 1,23 Free Will Baptist Fellowship French Club, Vice president, 15 Ministerial Scholarship Smith Scholarship. 157 Adler, Judith Rachel Clinton, N.C, Albea, Samuel Vernon Raleigh, N.C. Allegood, Donna Frances Ayden, N.C, Allen, Sharon Ann Pantego, N.C. Aman, Iris Marlene Dunn, N.C. Anderson, Cynthia Marie Mount Olive, N.C. Andrews, James Kelce Carrboro, N.C. Anthony, Frederick Edward Morehead City, N.C. Arthur, James Lawson Princeton, N.C. Asbell, Carolyn Lucille Tyner, N.C. Atkinson, Kenneth Nelson Goldsboro, N.C, Avery, Darlene Cecilia Havelock, N.C. Bailey, Clyde Clifton Rocky Mount, N.C. Bailey, Dan McGee Rocky Mount, N.C. stuoent OIRECIOR Bailey, Gary Maehue Williamston, N.C. Baker, Wayne, Edward Wilmington, N.C. Baker, Wayne Thomas Virginia Beach, Va. Bancroft, George Francis Groton, N.Y. Banks, Wallace Randolph Trenton, N,C. Barbour, Amy Grace Washington, N.C. Barnes, Amelia Kris Lucama, N.C. Barnes, Michael Clayton, N.C. Basden, Rita Jo Dudley, N.C. Bass, Kenneth Paul Mount Olive, N.C. Batson, Edwina Warters Wilmington, N.C. Beasley, Earl Ronald Warsaw, N.C. Beavers, Roy Lee Mount Olive, N.C. Bengel, Patricia Jean New Bern, N.C. Bennett, Steven Richard Goldsboro, N.C. Best, Vikki Lynn Mount Olive, N.C. Blaken, Richard Grosvenor Silver Spring, Md. Bonner, Robert Harrison Conway, S.C. Bouras, Babette Kaye Goldsboro, N.C. Bowden, Sandra Gail Mount Olive, N.C. Boyd, Paul Kinsman Rocky Mount, N.C. Bradshaw, Jerry James Clinton, N.C. Bright, Eddie Davis Vanceboro, N.C. Brooks, Franklin Vinson Candler, N.C. Brooks, Paul McArthur Staley, N.C. Brown, Nicholas Fouts Clinton, N.C. Brown, Venice Lee Mount Olive, N.C. Bryan, Marcia Ann Chinquapin, N.C. Bulla, John Herbert Lucama, N.C. Bullock, Raymond Nelson Havelock, N.C. Bundy, Mary Jo Mount Olive, N.C, Bunn, Deborah Anne Bailey, N.C. Butler, Susan Louise Bladenboro, N,C, Byrns, Dale Martin Rlchlands, N.C. Cantelli, Robert Joseph Morehead City, N.C. Carroll, Robert Joseph Kinston, N.C. Carter, Del Jean Belhaven, N.C. Casey, Raymond Bruce Goldsboro, N.C. Casey, George Ronald Kinston, N.C. Chamblee, Jane Leigh Winston-Salem, N.C. Cherry, Michael Jerome Ahoskie, N.C. Clark, Jerry Donald Clinton, N.C. Clark, Janice Marie Warsaw, N.C, Cleaves, Larry Gray Colonial Beach, Va. Coker, Herman David Turkey, N.C. Collier, Jimmy Ray Wilson, N.C. Collins, Cynthia Mae Pleasant Garden, N.C. Conrad, Alvin Sprinkle Winston-Salem, N.C. Cook, Joyce Mount Olive, N.C. Cooke, Travis Keith Wilmington, N.C. Cox, Bonnie Ann Mount Olive, N.C. Cratch, Sylvia Fay Aurora, N.C. Creech, Charles Parker Tarboro, N.C. Creech, Timothy Howard Smithfield, N.C. Creed, Susan Jane Fayetteville, N.C. Creel, Ronald David Goldsboro, N,C. Culp, Robert Concord. N.C Currie, Robert Duncan Mount Olive, N C Darden, Helen Elaine Beautort, N.C, Davis, Brenda Joyce Bladenboro, N.C. Davis, Edward J. Mount Olive, N.C. Davis, Karen Loretta Calypso, N.C. Davis, Michael Burnard Raleigh, N.C, Davis, Sarah Ellen Bladenboro, N.C. Davis, Thomas Edwin Burlington, N.C. DeHoog, Linda Ruth Plymouth, N.C. Denny, Judy Kay Pilot Mountain, N,C. Dixon, Guy Carlton Rocky Mount, N,C. Dixon, James Grady Faison, N.C. Douglas, Rae Marie Aurora, N,C. Draughon, Ronald Gray Dunn, N,C, Dunning, James Grancis Wilmington, Delaware Dutton, Lewis Eddie Peachland, N.C. Easley, Roger Michael Goldsboro, N.C. Edmondson, Larry Rudolph Hamilton, N.C. Edwards, George Roland Clinton, N.C, Edwards, Penny Lucas Wilson, N.C. Edwards, Rosemary Lynne Mount Olive, N.C. Edwards, Timothy Lawson ClirltOn, N.C. Ennis, Elizabeth Dianne Buies Creek, N.C. Ervin, Richard Franklin Morehead City, N.C. Evans, John Thomas Clinton, N.C. Evans, Johnny Webster England Everett, Cynthia Lou Kinston, N.C, Framer, William Herbert Mount Olive, N.C. Fisher, Sandra Ruth New Bern, N,C. Francis, David Henry Mount Olive, N,C, Frye, Robah Walter Liberty, N.C. Frye, Stanley Shelton Sophia, N.C. Garner, Phyllis Ann Mount Olive, N.C. Garner, Phyllis Ann Mount Olive, N.C. Garner, Teresa Darnell Newport, N.C. Garris, Donell Gordon Goldsboro, N.C, Garris, Milton Ray Ayden, N.C. Gaskill, Lena Louise Hobucken, N.C. Gaskins, Jeannie Kaye Newport, N.C. Gay, James Dwight Smithfield, N.C. Gibson, Randall Wayne High Point, N.C. Goins, Marcia Diane Brooklyn, N.Y. Grady, Kenneth Earl Mount Olive, N.C. Graham, Larry Hugh Mount Olive, N.C, Graham, Rhonda Lynn Raleigh, N.C. Gray, Theodore Greenville, N.C. Greenfield, Warren Harding Seven Springs, N.C. Griffin, Emma Olivia Dudley, N.C, Grimes, Elizabeth Amelia Mount Olive, N.C. Grubbs, James Christopher Winston-Salem, N.C. Gwaltney, Joseph Lawrence New Bern, N,C. Hall, Ernest Lynwood Clinton, N.C. Hall, Sharon Kay Kenansville, N.C. Hall, Glenda Elaine Pink Hill, N.C. Hamby, Melvin Lewis Raleigh, N.C. Hargraves, David Patrick Camp Lejeune, N.C. Hargrove, Mildred Geraldine Mount Olive, N.C, Harper, Joseph Timothy Grantsboro, N.C, Harrington, Patrick Russel Bath, N.C. Hart, Deborah Burney Ayden, N.C. Hartsoe, Angela Clinton, N.C. Harward, Ralph Wayne New Bern, N.C. Hawes, Dennis Lynn Clinton, N.C. Hawkins, Tommy Warrenton, N.C, Heath, James Donald Mount Olive, N.C. Heath, James Erven Cove City, N,C. Hegarty, Charles Michael Brooklyn, N.Y. Hemby, Frances Moseley Richmond, Va. Herring, Larry Steven Mount Olive, N.C. Hill, Donald Sprunt Clinton, N.C, Hill, Mary Jane Mount Olive, N,C. Hill, Richard C, Seven Springs, N.C. Hinnant, Kathryn Ann Selma, N.C, Hodgin, Beryl Ellen Asheboro, N,C, Hollowman, Carolyn Sue Mount Olive, N.C. Holloway, Margaret Mount Olive, N.C. Holloman, Sylvia Mae Goldsboro, N.C. Hollowell, Taffy Ann Aurora, N,C. Holmes, Deborah Carol Mount Olive, N.C. Horne, Elizabeth Inez Beulaville, N.C. Horton, Esther Lorraine Morehead City, N.C. Howell, Fred Thomas Pinetown, N.C. Humphrey, Brenda Gail Richlands, N.C. Humphrey, Michael Jordon Clinton, N.C Hunnings, Donna Jo Beaulort, N.C Hunt, Garry Duran Henderson, N.C, Jackson, Betty Joan Mount Olive, N.C. Jenkins, Wanda Joyce Wilson, N.C. Jennette, Ronny Eason Goldsboro, N,C. Jernigan, John Grank Goldsboro, N.C. Johnson, Christopher Vann Warsaw, N.C, Johnson, Sheila Joanne Greensboro, N.C. Johnson, Sherry Diane Benson, N.C. Jones, Hiawatha Yvonne Mount Olive, N.C. Jones, Walter Bruce Ayden, N.C. Joyner, Leslie Carol Greenville, N.C. Kearney, Eolyne Ann Windsor, N,C. Kennedy, Leslie Robert Lucama, N.C. Kerns, Thomas Marshall Knoxville, Tenn. Ketchie, Pamela Jean Winston-Salem, N.C. Kincaid, Harry Tipton Wrightsville Beach, N.C, King, Deborah Hines Pink Hill, N.C. King, Rose Marie Mount Olive, N.C. Laing, James Robert Allison Park, Pennsylvania Lambert, James Royal Calypso, N.C. Lancaster, Michael Emmette Pikeville, N.C, Lane, Samuel Graham New Bern, N.C. Lawson, Dennis Roger Winston-Salem, N.C. Lea, Carolyn Arlene Morehead City, N.C. Lee, Carolyn Sue Greenville, N.C, Lee, Deborah Ann Clayton, NC. Lee, Jasper Ward Arapahoe, N.C. Leis, Suzanne Rose Cherry Point, N.C. Little, Deborah Vaughn Clinton, N.C. Locklear, Glassie Red Springs, N.C. Lunsford, Warren Jack Chantilly, Va. McCaffity, Michael Thomas Mount Olive, N.C. McCaffity, Sallie Barker Mount Olive, N.C. McClenahan, Maureen Goldsboro, N.C. McConnell, Lynn Marcus Raleigh, N.C. McCray, Janie Juanita Selma, N.C. McGowan, Arlene Faison, N.C. Mclntosh, William Arthur New Bern, N.C. McPhail, Norma Elizabeth New Bern, N.C. Mann, Billie Arnell Camp Lejeune, N.C. Marion, Bobby Eugene Mount Olive, N,C. Martin, Joan Sutherland Dudley, N.C. Mascioli, Theresa Valley Cottage, N.Y. Massey, Jo Anne Goldsboro, N.C. Matthis, Robert Butler Clinton, N.C, Mercer, Millard Daniel Lucama, N.C. Merritt, Dalise Clayton, NAC. Midyette, Denise Belle Inverness, Florida Mihalyka, Jane Beaumont Lakewood, Ohio Miller, Karl Earl Mount Olive, N.C. Miller, Marilyn Michele Kenansville, N.C. Miller, William Bryan Clinton, N.C. Moore, George Eldridge Rocky Mount, N.C. Moore, Glenwood Vann Clinton, N.C. Moore, William Edgar Winston-Salem, N,C. Morgan, Stephen Charles Rocky Mount, N.C, Morris, Charles Edward Wilson, N.C. Moser, Michelle Yvonne Winston-Salem, N.C. Moser, Paul Wayne Raleigh, N.C. Murray, Edna Ann Fountain, N.C. Newsome, Lawrence Jeffery Selma, N.C. Newsome, Melba llene Blountstown, Florida Newton, Deborah Rose Fremont, N.C. Nobles, Joseph Russell Vanceboro, N,C. Nolley, Freida Jane Beulaville, N.C, Nowell, William Milton Mount Olive, N.C. Nunn, Parham Vann Mount Olive, N.C. Oliver, Carl Dwight Pine Level, N.C. O'Neal, Michael Allen Wilson, N.C. Outlaw, Gloria Ann Mount Olive, N,C. Outlaw, James Craig Mount Olive, N,C. Owen, Haskell Edward Wilson, N.C, Pace, Charles Madison Rocky Mount, N.C. Page, Betty Joe Warsaw, N.C, Parker, Sarah Ann Chinquapin, N,C. Parker, Wanda Sue Clayton, N,C, Perkins, Vicki Lou Goldsboro, N.C. Phillips, Jackie Elaine Selma, N.C. Poole, Susan Ellen Badin, N.C. Poore, Donna Gaye Fancy Gap, Virginia Potter, William Roscoe Magnolia, N.C, Powell, Henry Jerald Rocky Mount, N.C. Proctor Charlotte Lanavada Rocky Mount, N C Purvis, Tommy Hobgood, NC Quick, Lanna Lea Jacksonville, NC, Radford, Vickie Lynn Dudley, N.C. Rapp, June Grey Jacksonville, N.C. Raynor, Peggy Jean Beulaville, N.C. Riggs, Kenneth Eugene New Bern, N,C. Riley, Jeffrey Wayne Rocky Mount, N.C. Riley, Susan Gail Goldsboro, N.C. Rivenbark, Deborah Elizabeth Wallace, N.C. Roach, William Keith Washington, N,C, Robbins, Betty Davor Goldsboro, N,C. Roberts, Debra June Wilmington, N.C. Rowe, Frances Elethia Newport News, Va. 163 Ruiz, Wifredo Juan Mount Olive, N.C. Russell, Carl Stanley Goldsboro, N.C. Sasser, Diane Goldsboro, N.C. Sasser, Eunice Spurgeon Lucama, N.C. Schlegel, Rita Deann Greenville, N.C. Scott, Charles Michael New Bern, N.C. Seale, John Clarence, Jr. Fayetteville, N.C. Sears, Patricia Charleston, S.C. Semaske, Julia Ann Mount Olive, N.C. Semake, Thomas W. Mount Olive, N.C. Shaw, Nell Rose Goldsboro, N.C. Sheffield, Stephen Patrick Warsaw, N.C. Shipp, George Larry Clinton, N.C. Skinner, Jeddie Douglas Wilson, N,C. Smith, Johnny McEnnis Mount Olive, N.C, Smith, Mildred Catherline Wilson, N.C. Smith, Timothy Clay Turkey, N.C. Southerland, Sandra Kay Albertson, N.C. Spencer, Douglas Reid Belhaven, N.C. Statham, Linda Ann Richmond, Va. Stephens, Douglas lnman Garner, N.C. Stevens, Charles H. Warsaw, N.C. Stocks, William Van Greenville, N.C. Stokes, Ronald Wayne Greenville, N.C. Strickland, Kathy Lynn Middlesex, N.C. Sumner, Leslie B. Pink Hill, N.C. Tart, John Lisker Goldsboro, N.C. Taylor, Art Randolph Morehead City, N.C. Taylor, Gary Wayne Bath, N.C. Taylor, Oliva Wendell, N.C. Thompson, Linda Deborah Bladenboro, N.C. Thompson, Walter Keith Dudley, N.C. Tighe, James Joseph Staten Island, N.Y. Tillman, James Weldon Mount Olive, N.C. Troutman, Rebecca Ann Mount Olive, N.C. Turner, Jacquelyn Mount Olive, N.C. Tutor, Linda Gray Turkey, N.C. Uzzell, Monte Brantley Goldsboro, N.C. Van Leer, Joseph Westmont, New Jersey Vernon, Simone Mount Olive, N.C. Vines, Roxie Jean Greenville, N.C. Wade, Calvin Jefferson Mebane, N.C. Walker, Lucy Ann Wallace, N.C. Ward, Mary Alice Dublin, N.C, Ward, Victoria Jean Burlington, N,C. Warren, Bennie Thomas Dunn, N.C, Waters, Milford Howell Mount Olive, N.C. Watson, Richard Glen Wilson, N.C. Watson, Robert Benjamin Pine Level, N.C. Wetherington, Gary Garner Cove City, N.C. Whaley, Betty Lou Jacksonville, N.C. Whaley, Jerry David Wallace, N.C. Wheeler, Oliver Gray New Bern, N.C. White, James Graham Mount Olive, N.C. White, Nancy Cox Mount Olive, N.C. Whitfield, Steve Mark Clinton, N.C. Whitley, Trudy Juanita Kenly, N.C. Wiggs, Dwight Milton Smithfield, N.C. Wiley, Darryl Edward Wilmington, N.C. Williams, Eddie Ray Faison, N,C. Williams, James Arnold Winston-Salem, N.C. Williams, Nancy Ruth Merritt, N.C. Williams, Robert Mangum Wilmington, N.C. Williams, Thomas Fleming Hertford, N.C. Williams, Wanda Sue Autryville, N.C. Williamson, Vicki Lynn Clinton, N.C. Wilson, Arlinda Gail New Bern, N.C. Woodall, Thomas Russell Garner, N.C. Woodard, Jane Tyndall Selma, N.C. Woodard, Terry Richard Mount Olive, N.C. Woolard, Sharon Lynn Washington, N C Worthington, Ted Wayne Kinston, N C Yeager, Christine Ann Havelock, N C , . . W A xwqg L . 1 ' ' 'A - . 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Burlington House Consumer Products division EBurlington Industries, Inc. EXECUTIVE Ct I lCLS GNLLHSUORO, NORTH QNIOLINA A I 16 MOUNT OLIVE PICKLE COMPANY Fi f 5-I A-9, I. T Q S Sl I , , all ' 1lT?'ia The MOUNT OLIVE PICKLE COMPANY tokes pride in its products which ore distributed throughout the eostern holt of the United Stotes by its own fleet of delivery trucks, It processes ci wide voriety of cucumber delico- cies, including sour, sweet, dill, sweet chips ond strips, kosher dills, Polish dills, ond numerous other taste-tempting delights. The pickle-pocking porodise of Mount Olive olwoys remembers its hometown college ond its role in higher education. 70 rv.: 1 ,r ,i 'V X 4 .X v- ' T',fff.ffni:4 X1t I Comphrnents of the employees of 17 -1 M t Boling Chair Company Mount Olive Tribune Mount Olive, North Carolina Mount Olrve, North Carolina Serotta's Goldsboro, North Carolina IGA Food Stores Mount Olrve, North Carolina THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE CONVENTION OF ORIGINAL FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCHES Commends Mount Olive College for lt's Achievements in the Field of Higher Christian Education As the Convention that first gave life to Mount Olive College we are proud of our fine institution OFFICERS Rev. C.F. Bowen, Presidentg Rev. CH. Overman, Vice-Presidentg R C d ' D Pierce Secretar 'Mrs Bill Futch ev. e ric . . y, . . Assistant Secretary Mrs. Frank Walston, Treasurer Rev Lynwood Boyette Rev Norman Ard Rorn Mallard Honorary NORTH CAROLINA STATE WOIVIAN'S AUXILIARY OF ORIGINAL FREE WILL BAPTISTS Salutes Mount Olive College and Christian Service OFFICERS OF THE CONVENTION President-Mrs, N. Bruce Barron Vice-President-Mrs, D.W.Hancock Recording Secretary-Mrs. C.F. Bowen Treasurer-Mrs. Raymond T. Salter Field Secretary-Mrs. Hattie Adcox Bright Missions Chairman-Mrs. D.W. I-lansley Study Course Chairman-Mrs. James A. Evans Program-Prayer Chairman-Mrs. Matthew Parker Benevolence Chaiman-Mrs. Walter Carter Anna Phillips-Loan Fund Chairman Mrs Lillie Mae Sasser-Honorary Member Mrs. J.C. Griffin Sr, O'NEAL'S MIDWAY MARKET GROCERIES-PRODUCE-FRESH MEATS "Where Shopping ls A Pleasure" Dial 243-6054 705 Stantonsburg St. Wilson, N.C. DUPLIN MOTORS, INC. Warsaw, N.C plymouth 28398 Chrysler Dodge Large stocks of late used cars Telephone 293-4529 H.B. JERNIGAN Groceries Selma, N.C. Compliments of SHEFFIELD MOTOR COMPANY Warsaw, N.C. Compliments of -N QW Q D Q- -:g.fi.5i31gj,? Mount Olive "Shop with confidence and wear with pride." Home of Famous Name Brands in Clothing and Shoes. Compliments of VETS GROCERY warsaw, N.C. BELK TYLER Your Happy Shopping Store Mt. Olive THE FLORIST GIFT SHOP Owner-Al Smith Main Street Warsaw, North Carolin 28398 Phone 293-4914 - 293-4655 174 W D J S Radio Station 1430 on your Radio Dial serving Wayne, Duplin. Johnson, and Sampson Counties Mount Olive, North Carolina Loviok's Cafe 320 N. Heritage St. Kinston, NC, Sandwiches-Meals Come in and eat or we will deliver Dial 523-6854 John Patterson Furniture Co. Moderate Prices. . .Easy Terms Post Office Box 271 Telephone 658-3151 South Center Street Mount Olive, North Carolina Specialize in Carpeting ' ........,- ..,..,,.,. ..si.:4"' Q. 'algnhall glfuneral gfinnte, Alu: 11305 Softly Cflpxrcly Siren! glflnuni Clglifrc, Qi- ffl. 2S3E:i Telephone 658-2303 Reeves Brotherslncorporated Kenansville, North Carolina Smitty's Drive-In N. Breazeale Avenue t'Good Food is our Business "Service is our Pleasure" Mount Olive, North Carolina Bill Patterson Furniture Company "Furniture for Better Living" Mount Olive, North Carolina ' A ' f '-,.,.,f Y U- ' - 'K -- : th, Q3 .' lg etitli. -Miha f 4' 5.7 51 ,351 vl I ,-', ZPP Q' W 'f- "'6q.T qg Mount Olive Savings Loan 215 Nonh Center Street Phone 658-4132 Mount Olive, North Carolina BIRD OIL CO. Owner-Shelton Taylor and Sam Taylor Mount Olrve, N.C. Atlantlc Gas Heatang orls Coal MOUNT OLIVE GAS COMPANY Gas Home Appllances and Tobacco Curwrs Phone 658-2455 127 N Center Mt Ollye. N.C Cornplrments of I-IASTY PLUMBING 8 HEATING CO., INC. 510 N. Breazeale Ave. Mt. Olive, N.C. 28365 Phone 658-2584 WESTERN AUTO Owned by H.J. Morrrs, Jr. 133 N. Center St.Mt. Oltve. N.C. Phone 658-2412 OLIVE FARMS Brand Aged, State-inspected Quality Hams H.D. ANDREWS CO. 100 E. James Street-Dial 658-2666 Mount Olive, N.C. 28365 ef EM uhiuin REALTY GLENN-MARTIN DRUG COMPANY I'You can save wtth safety at thus Rexall Store" Mount Olnve. North Carolrna FROSTY MORN MEATS Hams-Bacon-Sausage Wieners-Pork-Beek U.S.D.A. Federal Inspected R.E. BENGEL SHEETIVIETAL CO., INC. 1811 N. Craven Street Everything in Metal 8. Warm Air Heating New Bern, North Carolina 28560 ARMY SURPLUS STORE Army Fatigues Boots, Field Jackets 119 S. Center St. Mount Olive, North Carolina ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY OF WILSON, INC. Phone 237-0150 P.o. Box 1968 Wilson, North Carolina 27893 COGDELL CYCLE CENTER You meet the nicest people on a Honda HONDA Goldsboro, North Carolina THE CREAIVIERY DRIVE IN Wilson, North Carolina 27898 Telephone 237-0972 PARKER'S BAR-B-Q "A Famous Eating Place" Steaks, Chicken, Bar-B-Q, Oysters Highway 301 South Wilson, North Carolina 27893 allbfiuonh JEWELRY STORE Mount Olive, North Carolina 178 1 MADE-RITE SUNBEAM BAKERY 1 MQ' N . K ' l ' , X 1 . 1 1 ' 1 X 1 . . 1 '1 1 X ' . 1 1 ' xv, V ,1 i X I I 1 , , , , ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 IP 1 1 , o X 1 1 wh , 1 f1 1 3 1 . xfxs 'a 7 I 'da 1 I A ' 5 v ' - T it f. ' 0 , , 1 E 1 1 1 , 5 A n ' 1 1 - V 1 iv' :fx ' CM. in N 1 ' 1 1 , ,I 41 ,-1 b 1 I - , ,,' A -.sm ,o ,dn 1 1 A A 53,9 .., . . 11 1 .- f' 1 S26 - 1 1 1 1 1 a.fSZ!b"2e n1'11- 1 lax yn. , 1 Mfg -Q I 1 L 1 1 W 4 -gl V lx , 'Ex M' 'g 3 , 1 1 N 1-x I , 1 ' 'fig Je- 3 is Q K xc , lk s . 685' u':' For brood wnh thot home baked roste, get MADE-RITE SUNBEAM Goldsboro, North Corolmo ITIS Olwovs FRESH' ? WElL'S Goldsboro, North Carolina Compliments of HALL'S GROCERY on 401 South Center Street Mount Olive, North Carolina Phone 658-3832 Compliments of WARNER BROTHERS WITHERINGTON THOMPSON Insurance Agency Durwood Kennedy Charles Thompson Cu rtiss Cates Post Office Box 408 209 W. John St Mount Olive, N.C Mount Olive Auto Parts Company Wholesale Distributors Mount Olive, North Carolina WALGREEN AGENCY Shelton Boyd. Bob Boyd Two Registered Pharmacists To Serve You." Filling prescriptions is what we do best -- - Save Daily at your Walgreen Agency-Every day Discount prices LOWE S HOME AND SUPP AMO- AMA Mount Olive, North Carolina YOUR PRESTIGE CLEANER 601 NORTH BREAZEALE Ava .MT ouvrz, NORTH CAROLINA zeses Compliments of ANDERSON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS M.C.S. CHERRY 81 SON General Insurance Since 1892 Mount Olive Goldsboro HOME FURNITURE COMPANY "The finest in home furniture for Eastern North Carolina" Mount Olive, N.C. Compliments of HATCH AND HARPER Edwards Electric Company, Inc. Electrical Contracting P.O. Box 3755 Wilson, N.C. 27896 Commercial Industrial, Phone 291 0820 Institutional, Residential Compliments of FREE WILL BAPTIST PRESS FOUNDATION, INC. P.O. Box158- Highway 11 North Ayden, North Carolina Walter Reynolds, Manager Qym jfckfa j4a1ffzfzce Jfaefega INSURANCE - REALTORS 104 E. Main Street Mount Olive, North Carolina 28365 Phone: 658-2088 ALIGNIVIENT SERVICE, INCORPORATED Cargill Avenue Wilson, North Carolina W.R. JENNETTE FURNITURE COMPANY Quality Furniture Since 1917 I YlLixi'svt'I1Iu'l In-Iurm .Xcrusf-lI1t' lticwol .Xriitrirzi :XL'I'lIssII'l1'l.IIII1'I,I'UI'II N Shi' t'-ii1ItI In, 5 our girl. your sister, , yin1rlIqiuL:Itt1-r Shi s.ll1.lI . I .'XI1CIst1slI1:1It'tiI4I IH-psi iiiIwrIi.miI I'l-psi In-lungs, I wht-thi-r x tm rl' sharing guoti tim:-s u ith Il'Ik'FlkIN I ttf ill lllt' H HIIIVFI 4 t 1 t I W Pt-psi-I, lilan lts glut .IIltII4vLflX1' You've '2 3 ,-ii.. 11 QIPEPSI gif' 1 I J- 5 I 1"'l1-S70 44" 5 4 a lot to live. a lot to give. 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