Mount Olive High School - Mohi Yearbook (Mount Olive, NC)

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".f1 .,,..-sv X I 54,-f X- S ff: ia? GA' 'K X XX TXX ,,r. i I 1 981 9' 5 WX tri? 41:-'M K-mg ,1- 1'3- Tfx ?E1h1'15 To attempt to telescope tne achievement of a life so full as hers in a few words of dedication is as impossible as catching all the colors ofa sunlit prism Miss Sophie to whom this book is dedicated symbolizes the energy of youth she works with the scope of many varied mterests and the sincere desire to understand and help her students Mrs Potts who has done more than any other one person to make this annual a reality through much hard work and high asperations as our friend has done us a GREAT service To such a woman we proudly dedicate the 1952 MOHI VNW wr wht Me. heap B 3 31'UOW Mg 'gellufh all I fi F 1 vxvlx 1 I xx 1 5,5-. f A F ' 6 251, Xl XX 6 5- ' 1 'i by 9 as ' : Km' l . A , . Q., ' . ',, Wm WJLGMWZBZZZ 'Qu-K f'5f 35 f- ,fs " ,, fm 'N ff-f' rff- fl-X ff L -9 Flrckenng flr mg fadrng our camp frres havrng burned w1th fervor for four short years c err frnal trarl of smoke across the memones of these happy days at Mount Olxve High hool Truly rt has been a happy huntrng ground -in-pr ,- We entered the tube as Gradually we learn ed what each bell meant and that was an accomplrshment! r we had acquired knowledge of thrs krnd we became acquainted wrth a rich as o 1 ent of frrends who kindled our camp fires to newer herghts We learned to lrv ther as fellow tubes men In all our actrvitres we have stnven t e a feather rn our own hat or rn the hat of another Always we have played fo sake of sportsmanslup not just victory 5 fi ,X i 'L A t if 1 KW v A v X 4 9" 4 .. . In A - gl Q , , s .. T- -N " I I 'f' f f K' - --' " -- il ' 4? 8.-s 4 . . ' . . I . U . ' . . ' f I I - . A 3A s , Q x ...Q 8 Scholasucally we av l e to ur o crl r rnsnucuou and advlce recog ruzmg the Great Chie as our r o e fpow r an success Now we turn our faces toward Baccalaureate W 48? t and uauon Q O We have com ' standpolnts Mount Ohve I-hgh School rs helped to build our school whlle It has helped t tuld us In the tomorrows that come as we lrght our camp fues elsewhere a ke our places IH new and dxfferent tubes we w1l1 feel again that surge of Joy at WE are Mount Ohvel-Qhschool students! 11x ff f-"' ' g gi- xlfm + ,K I ' l r f I N n . ' I 6 E ' C f . . . H . . - ' ' c I ' . V ' " A ' a fine school -- the - - -- . o 1- rich in memorable events -- have A R L ri A H 4' g J K -v 1. 0 l . H Y IAK . Sectlon I Admmistratlon 0 o 0 vff ULLUQRIBEOI B 081' MR, W T CHERRY MR. WILLIAM PATTERSON fCha1rmanj MR, B E WILSON MR, S M QJAVIE fRepre-,sentatxve WayneCountyBoa.rdj MRS JOHN WOLFE Qnot shownj MR, ROBEllT WIL1,1AM5 not s ownj Our school committeemen hold a great pubhc trust They are responsrble for provldmg the means whereby our American way of life rs rmproved Asa lay citizen representing the people they do not need to know the complex details of education rs done Their foremost specrflc responsrbllity rs to choose a competent execuuve offrcer and make htm generally responsible for the entrre school They look to hun for leadershrp and expect him to keep them mformed as to the ne wind accomplishments of the school They make their own decisions digmtyand honorthey serve the people M 'ne MBU? b q J All wav-M , no at with humility and to the best of then abllity they f' discharge their great public trust f V W . 2. I I . Xp ' T 1 . k 1 I x 3 ' , p 1 3 we ,T A , f if 1. t or administrationg they are not expected to do this work but they are responsible for seeing that the work I U 0 f with ' Q ' 'B " t . P is ' ,T nfs ff . . I , J , C . n . 'I - H , A , V 'x -7' . , ll I j ,I "Kd: f .1--4 I A BATSON Pr1nc1pa1 Mxss Ruth Gardner Louise Watkms Mrss Kathleen Daxl Mrs Sophre Potts Mrs Io McGee X I , r STANDING: Ray Roberts, I. E. Langley, W. O. Wood. SEATED: Mrs. C. I. Dunlgan, THE MOHl TAFF MEMBER SEATED Ann Honeycutt Ass1stant Ed1tor Brlly Warr1ck Edrtor 1n chlef Dorothy Holloman Cxrculauon Mana er Alma Jean Whltfleld Proofreader STANDING Mary Dell Sutton Proofreader Elrsa eth Holmes Photography Edltor Wllllam Tyler Sports Edrtor Joe Carroll Outlaw and Kenneth Bordeaux Advertxsrng Mana ers Sally Ann Slmmons Bus1ness Manager Stephtua Odom Ch1efTyp1st Nma Goodson Clu Edltor Art Edrtor Kay Mxtchell and HSSISIZDIS Chlef Typtst Stephma Odom . 1 . , . -- . , E, . - 2 . 7 1 I 7 I ,., 1 -, , 'I ? 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NINA Hotrod Twm and Gut F H A 14 Beta34 G1eeClubl 2 34 Ioumalism Club 3 School News Editor Annual Staff Club and Organization Ed Teen age Club 3 4 Marshall 3 HOLMES ELISABETH WOOTEN 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Beta Club 3 4 Basket ball Cheerleader 3 4 Hrstorlan 3 Ioumal rsm Club 3 fGoss1p Edltory Annual Staff 4 fPhotography Ednorj Head Majorette of Band 3 4 Dramatrcs 2 In cast of Pot Luck 2 Teen age Club Marshall2 HOLLOMAN DOROTHY CLEO Dot Glee Club 3 F H A 1 2 Annual Staff 4 Teen age Club 2 JACKSON CLARA Future Homemakers ofAmer1ca 2 3 4 Mem berof4 HClub2 3 4 LANE SADIE MAXINE Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Football Cheerleader 3 Future Hornemakers ofAmer1ca 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Co Captarn of Basketba1lTeam 4 KRAFT MARGARET IEAN Basketball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 F Dramauc Club 2 Teen age Club 3 4 Glrl s Athletlc Club 2 3 4 MOZINGO SYLVIA MARIE Future Homemakels of Amenca 1 2 Dra matrcs 2 Glee Club 1 ODOM STEPHNIA VIRGINIA Stmky GeeC1ub1234 FHA 1234 FH A Secretary 2 Basketball Cheerleader3 4 H Club 1 Football Cheerleader4 Annual Staff 4 Cast of Be My Walentlne 3 PIEKZE, ESTER NADINE Glee Club 3 4 Teen age Club 2 SENIORS Z'- .41 'Q X-haf WW fs' C.--. .I ' ..L.b.. : ' ' :- 1 , N " .W , 3 . 7, .. 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" VY 1 , - , ' n - 1: Tis .uw SENIORS 'PT' meh A It Ox' -If 4-lv 'hr Qs 41 'T7 OUTLAW IOE CARROLL Journaltsm Club 3 Beta Club 3 fPres 45 Dramat c Club 2 Teen age Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Marshall 1 Pubhctty D1rector of Annual Cast of Be My Walentrne 3 MILLARD RODNEY HENDERSON Sltck Football 2 4 F F A 4 Baseballl 2 3 M Club 2 3 4 Teen age Club 2 3 4 SUTTON MARY DELL Monk Class Pres 1 Treas 3 Sec and Treas 4 Beta 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 fSecretaryj Ioumalrsm 2 3 Dramatrcs 2 Marshall 1 3 County Essay County Agrrculture Contest Scholarshlp l Annual staff Teen age 3 4 Basketball l 4 Football Cheerleader 1 4 M1ssM O H S 2 Grrls Athletlc Club WIGGINS IANICE Future Homernakers of Amerrca Grade Re porter 3 TAYLOR, EDWARD EARL Blg Ed Football l 2 3 M Club 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Teen age Club 3 4 Joke Edltor of Joumaltsm Club 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 TYLER III WILLIAM ELLIOTE Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball Mgr 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 M Clubl 2 3 4 Basket ballCheerleader4 Boy sState Annual Staff Teen age Club 2 3 4 GRIFFIN MARY EVA Basketball 1 Dramaucs 1 Glee Club SIMMONS SALLY ANN Beta 3 4 qSec and Treas 43 Dramat1cs2 Class Pres 3 Scholarshxp 2 3 Band 2 3 Marshall 2 3 qCh1ef 35 Teen age2 3 4 F 4 QV Pre 2 Pres 3 Plants Glee Clubl 3fSec 25 Basketballl 4 Grrls' Quxntet Bustness Mgr of Annual County World Peace Contest 3 Cast PotLuck and Be My Walenune PICKETT EVELYN JEAN Bird Offrce Assrstant 4 School Typrst Best All Around glrl WHITFIELD ALMA JEAN Gee Club 14 FHA 141V Pres 3 Hxstorran 2 Pres 45 Beta 3 4 Football Cheerleader 3 4 Dramatxcs 2 4 H Club 1 4 H Health Queen 1 Basketball 1 3 4 Grrls Athletxc Club Co captam of Basket ball Team 4 NORRIS JACK Footba1l2 3 4 Co Capt ofFootbal1Team Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 F F A Class Secretary 2 Teen age Club 3 4 WELLS JAMES EDWARD Footballl 4 Basketballl 4 F F A 4 Base ball 1 4 4 H Club 1 4 Glee Club 3 4 Monogram Club 1 4 FERREJL TOMMIE Nrckname T Football 1 2 3 F F A 4 Baseball 2 3 WHITTED JOE GRAY 4 H Club 2 3 Future Farmers of Amerxca WILSON IOSEPH WILLIAM 4 H Club 1 Future Farmers of America 4 WARRICK IR. WILLIAM EDGAR Bamey Poole and Bronco Class Sec 3 V1ce Pres 4 Marshall 3 Beta 3 4fSecretary 33 Boy s State 3 A L Oratoncal Contest 3 Baseball 3 4 Foot bal1Mgr 1 3 Football 4 Edrtor rn Chxef of School Annl.a1 4 Ioumahsm 3 Glee Club 3 4 M Club 1 4 Teen age Club 3 4 Boy sQu1ntet 3 4 SENIORS Us Fr. 'E- W' is .iq ,,,.., 'N-r SENIDRS BROCK, SHELTON Future Farmers of America 4 WILLIAMS MURRAY Football 2 3 4 4 H Club 1 2 Future Farmers of Amerrca 4 MILLARD GEORGE Future Fam1ers of Amenca 4 4 H Club 3 Qi KORNEGAY G R Bu Teen age Club 3 4 Baseball 4 Basketball 4 Aw -""",, "df fs Y Y eed'eP Bef Web?-Q lqipd es n Veflfgd Co c Q, +Z"'+.wn."m Mee+ nf. can-I 353 ' fl' . J W G vb ' ' : .. 'La f G ' " 4 J :X A " p I I 'J I x Pr e'H' Bah c,g ,A.5j I , am' J WV' Q Y I 5 01, Y f' f I N,.a-f XL' Y ZIV' YW me er 3099 4 W 0re! -I 4... wv- La. 5' Ill A I . it fs! ?-ww Wm lVjQ+e V- I r-e,++a Q v- PweJ"'l'y ' Whoa! 3 1 . P .5- . v-yu! ,I A LAST WILL and TE 'FAME T We The Sen1or Class of 1952 belreve that we have acqurred many great achreve ments and qualmes durrng our last three years at Mount Olrve Hrgh School Belrevrng thrs we fmd rt only frttrng to leave our achrevements to the suugglrng lower classmen who some day aspxre to be senrors and to a few lucky teachers Therefore we do here by grve and bequeath all our earthly possessrons to the undersrgned Mary Dell Stuton leaves her vorce To Mrss G rtley her choice Iunmy Wells leaves h1s concert To Durald Wrlson tall s1x feet Maxme Lane leaves her flirtrng and smrles To Ioan Summerlrn who follows the style Hugh Daughtry most rn love boy Just leaves Kay but for no one s Joy Joe Gray Whltted leaves hrs beautrful brown eyes For Bllly Byrd to try on for stze For wearrng pretty clothes Iamce has us all beat To Sylvra Martrn she wrlls th1s treat N1na Goodson w1th all her mrght To Mrs McGee w11ls her herght For pasrnsg typrng one needs speed To Moose Dale Tommy leaves th1s good deed The be bop harrcut of Kenneth Best Is left for Eddre Hester fthe pest, Mable and Mary Eva regretfully leave Therr love for bookkeeprng to the Iunrors I believe Edward Taylor s love for the Sen1or Clas Is left to those who refuse to pass Sally Ann Srmmons the Farson fan Leaves her abrlrty for musrc to Ann To Lyn Jordan Brlly leaves the great deed Of hrs Englrsh notebook to put Lyn m the lead Elrsabeth Holmes skrrt whrch rs wrap around Is left to Eunrce Rrvenbark to sport over town Joe Carroll leaves hrs muscles and mrght To Glenn Daughtry to help hun frght For lovmg William Tyler has the techmque To Ray Roberts he leaves th1s great feat 17 Stephma Odom The Varsrty Queen Leaves thrs honor to next year s teen. 1. 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' 5 Rodney Mrllard leaves h1s glasses For Bobby Lazorrk to see the lasses Clara Jackson leaves her roamrng des1re For Ruth Brut to set the world afue Alton Cox leaves hrs fondness for guls To Gordan W1ll1ams who also lrkes curls To her SISIEI Affle Byrd leaves the deed Of a smlle for everyone as her creed Joseph Wrlson most llkely to succeed W1lls thrs to whoever deserves the deed Jean Barfreld brggest baby rn the class Helps Mable Cannon stay young as the years pass Murray W1ll1ams the lazlest boy W1lls th1s for Ben Southerland s Joy Nad1ne Plerce wxlls her pretty smrle To Naomr Jennette to follow the style Charles Cooke bequeaths h1s herght To June Wolfe the gallant knrght To Peggy Waters so she w1ll never ure Bud Kornegay gxves h1s curly mop In exchange for Carl Rlvenbark s be bop Jack Norrxs our athlete strong and shy Leaves these tra1ts to Tuffy the bashful guy If you ask Alma Jean she ll probably say I m just leavrng fl hopej graduatlon day George Mrllard leaves hrs ways so shy To Donald Summerlln to help htm get by Her beauty and brams Dorothy Holloman leaves behlnd To Margaret Guy another great f1nd 33 Shelton Brock leaves hxs long legs and herght For Herbert Baughan to add to hrs mrght In all smcerrty we leave to the faculty and to the achool our best wrshes and apprecxatron for all they have done for us fS1gnedj THE CLASS OF 1952 Testator Alma Jean Whrtfleld Wttnesses Mary Dell Sutton B1lly Warrrck 18. ' ' 19. " ' ' 20. ' T 21. ' ' , ' D l 22. ' , ' I , 23. ' , ' ' 24. ' ' , ' , 1 25. ' ' ' ' l 26. ' ' . 27, Margaret Jean ld-raft leaves her talking desire 28. " " ' ' . 29. ' , - , . 30. , ' ' , U 31. ' ' I 32. ' , I ' PROPHECY It 1S qulte amazlng how much things can change during the course of ten years To a person who has spent the t1me as I have in a forelgn country wlth only an occasronal letter from home the tran srtron is doubly amazing It had seemed such a brief span of years s1nce the destrnres of my classmates and me were being shaped rn dear old Mount Olive High School but as I looked up my old classmates I realized that it had been a very long time My first encounter was wrth Ellzabeth Holmes and it was obvious that she had long since stopped worrying about her figure She told me that she had married a boy who had been one of her classmates at Carolina and they had settled down rn Mount Olive My next surpnse was that Albert s Soda Grrll was now Ed s Place fEdward Taylor that rsj Edward told me that Mary Eva Gr1ff1n keeps the place for h1m whrle he attends his classes at the high school While I was there two more of my old pals entered Nina Goodson and B1lly Warrick They lrke my self were only home on vacation Billy 1S working with the NEWS AND OBSERVER, and Nma rsa make up artist for one of the movle studros out in Hollywood The two of them held a wealth of information about our old classmates and I listened intently while they divulged this information to me It seems that Rodney Millard moved out West about five years ago and rs now the proud owner of a Tommy sold srdekrck Kenneth Best discovered he had a hrdden talent and IS now a popular singer Our other contributlon to the entertainment world 1S Stephma Odom who is a blues singer at a New York night club Her favorite number IS A Good Man Is Hard to Fmd" After two stormy and unsuccessful tnps to the altar Mary Dell Sutton has started afresh as a secre tary rn Washrngton D C Move over Irma Peterson Murray Wrlhams has modemrzed his father s old m1ll and rt IS the flrst 1n the state to be run by atomlc power I wasn t at all surprlsed to learn that Sally Ann Simmons is a public school music teacher Nadine Prerce, always an advocate of the srmple things surprised everybody by going to New York and becoming a very successful model I axuce Wiggins is having to refuse a lot of dates these days be cause she is on duty at nrght at the Goldsboro Hosprtal The Daughtry s snll find it hard to belreve that their Hugh rs a mrnrster They say that Maxine Lane really looks smart rn her WAC umform Alma Jean Whrtfreld is pres ldent of the local chapter of the Lonely Hearts Club After attending college for almost two years Buddy Cox finally gave up and came back to Mt Olive . ---. . . . ' - . . , . . . . ' ' . . . . ' . Q . . .... . . . thriving cattle ranch. In direct contrast is Tommy Ferrell, who is still collecting unemployment checks. , . . , , .... . . . . . . . , . . . , . . 1 - . - s I ' 1 Buddy Cox finally gave up and came back to Mt. Olive to get a job as a mechanic. Kenneth Bordeaux is experiencing great prosperity in his position as a mortician. Both Joe Gray Whitted and Joseph Wilson are well-known "gentlemen farmers? in this section. Dorothy Holloman, a gal who always had a flair for style, is utitlizing her talents as a dress designer. William Tyler is the pride of our dear Mrs Potts for he 15 now teaching English at Duke Mable Howell super saleslady is at present wandering through the country as a Fuller Brush girl Jimmy Wells after a rather unsuccessful fling at professional football has recently become a barker for acarmval sxdeshow With five years hard earned savings Jean Barfield has made a down payment on a chartreause Cadillac convertible which she thinks is terrific manbait Charles Cooke is quite content as a book keeper for a Raleigh firm Margaret Jean Kraft finally gave up her ambition to become the first woman president and opened a kindergarten Marie Mozingo s romantic adventures really paid off for her for her recently published d1ary is on the best seller lists Evelyn Pickett gave up her promising career as a secretary and settled down to give her time to Cat and kids A N Martin comes in contact with many of his old associates for he is a prison warden Well the careers of my classmates are as varied as a lady s moods and they have finally settled down I do not envy a one of them though for I am the luckiest of the lot I am an American 1n Paris 's- 'ffl in W 384 The L.: e.v.p A -H1 I Bu.'H2,Y' hes? 4'-l!d305g5'f'evg1qs ,'vg,L-3,195 ??ll Lt-Fe tn S'hr.dy Hall 1 I I ' Q ' ' D . , ' . . . 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W CLASS HI TORY Confusedly stxty brtght shlny freshmen walked down the hall that mormng Our frrst day of hlgh school was not too pleasant We were happy about havlng crossed that great border but we found ourselves wlth a flrst class mferrorrty complex It was not long however before we settled down to the routrne whrch rs now so famrlrar to us Of course the frrst thing we drd was to develop a proper sneer for all those chtldren beneath us One of our flrst tasks was to elect our officers We elected Mary Dell Sutton presrdent Wrlltam Davrs vrce prestdent and Stanley Wrllrams secretary and treasurer We began our second year of hrgh school mtnus seven classmates and one flne prlncrpal Our leaders for that year were presldent Wllllam Davls vlce presldent A N Martin secre tary Jack Norrrs and treasurer Charles Iernrgan Thts year Mary Dell Sutton was a county wrnner tn an essay contest and recetved a cash prrze wlth her paper Why Democracy Works By our Junlor year our class had decreased to thrrty four members We were rmmedtately beset wrth money maktng problems We had to plan for a Jumor Semor Banquet ourselves so we dectded to Increase our capltal w1th a baby contest Thrs was very successful wlth a proflt of about four hundred dollars The theme of our banquet was the Stork Club We drlrgently worked to make thts the brggest event ever for our guests the semors as well as for ourselves Thrs year Sally Ann Srmmons and Hugh Daughtry both won county pnzes Ftnally the tlme came when we were able to feel the Importance of a senror What ever we did throughout the year the event foremost rn our mtnds was our Washtngton trrp Thls however was not our only gay event There was our Semor Play and the Jumor Semor banquet fnow we were the guests! Our class offtcers are presrdent Hugh Daughtry vrce presrdent Btlly Warrrck secretary and treasurer Mary Dell Sutton Thts year our class proneered a new project a htgh school annual Often our funds grew low but we dld not gtve up because thrs annual had almost become a part of us Bllly Warrtck the edrtor tn chtef and Mrs Potts the supervlsor worked very hard whlle pushmg the rest of us at the same ttme Fmally the task was successfully accomphshed Now, sadly ltngerlngly we say good bye to the four grandest years of our lrves Nrna Goodson Hrstorran 1 1 . ' l ' 1 1 ' 1 . . . . . , ' ' ' 1 1 1 . . . - , - - . . , - 1 ' - ' ' 11 -1 , - 1 ' - - . - , - 1 . 1 1 1 ' , . 1 ' Y 1 ' - ' , . : - 1 - 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 - 1 1 . , . I 1 ' Junior Class Officers resid 'C H Ie resnclenf Q LLY 'T reiar '-fFeaS fer' S ernian if 4 Me next' swf G'-.?.1'1rf5 'az' X .Ag Km Q O , , r 1 .v . . 'A 'fx A 'Wu vi, V , 1 is 4- I A V N ,N ,N tx 1 ix .- . X P . en Ann VC P ' o e on Sec S ivan SU.YI'lrh6l"l:l"l up Dorf 3, I y ' Tvuf' Coming up '- Nj If XX JUNIORS -"R 'N-f' tu... QQ 'Win nw- , JS. DORIS 1 'ix Z' ,MW gr" 5 fv Q ,QQ 'BE' -aug, MORRIS BARWICK LA ROYCE BEST MARTHA GENEVA CANNON WILLIAM GUILFORD CASHWELL ERNA COOKE BARBARA ANN HILL SHIRLEY HINES IOSIE FAY HINSON DURWOOD EUGENE HOLLOMAN ANN SOUTHERLAND HONEYCUTT GEORGE ALBERT HOWELL LOIS IENNETTE ERNIGAN MARY ELIZABETH KELLY LYN IORDAN JOEL KORNEGAY r . L vm rife K U' eh-mg, I 1 F ' . X 3+ f I ,M-f , ,4 "' - r, r I S v , In 4 M G --x v v- K ,. ae- A xv V . -RMA J f. K 'K M , HK' .ff .,, Vu Q 4? VV .J ,g , Q ff. , M ,, 1 A v iv H' v' ' 1, X' t . .. -L 5 ' ff- Q' +q..w.,+ A V .av-" 1 K . I ., I X ' A n I X L X " ' Hi' - ' V, fefgif, . JUNIO RS ROBERT THOMAS LAZORIK 7912 I SHIRLEY LEWIS DAISY I O NORRIS ff'-w NEWLON OVERMAN Wd? AFFIE MAE PICKETT " !""' EUNICE RIVENBARK BOBBY SHELTON ANNIE FRANCES SLOAN 3404 SUDIE MAE SOUTHERLAND IOAN MEREDITH SUMMERLIN SALLY KATHERINE WALKER J' BEVERETTE WELLS GORDON WILLIAMS VH 47' 49-., 0. 5. MARTHA CAROLYN WILSON LESLIE DURALD WILSON IR nf ,, .. I fa E- B. . LEE ,.- V -2 ' ' Ak -L ly Q- .v ' W ' .1 I --- if 'D N iv 6, 14 V. , 4 ' I 44352 "" . ff, nf fs- ' 'Z .-, I s..- V+" 9. ,..4- ' A ,elf g I A If as 0-It f 'V' q ,. if 'T '. ,V V - . my K A... 'QQ' y 2 ' ,-. ff.. pa V l, I , .W ' Fi' ' 3 v A ,.. ' ,,,, Ls xy , ,., , gh f' - R I 5 , . Sophomore Class Officers I. a. .wasnt 5 M ck x re any 5 S C rea-su er' s am 0 es dx Z W fm Y -0 HM Rcslclen' n Barwic,-H V' P i Ha it e X Sec lc Nxam . Brit T f O Q .I n QQ ef' -Ea Quiet- we 'ma e R+ ':g"".q 1'-41-U -- Y befihzfx, . ' yo N S 4 ' I DPHUHIKES L.. in And 'iff A JAg.J aw, A45 5 LW I' - . v I ,Y v 'Q 4 ,, If JOYCE ANN ANDERSON NORMAN AUSTIN ANDERSON IR. JANE ANDREWS LILLIAN BARWICK DORIS BATCHELOR HELEN BAZEMORE AGNES BEST KENNETH BEST HELEN BLAND WILLIE RAY BORDEAUX LORENA BRITT MARY STEVENSON BRITT ANNE CAROL BROADHURST HILDA BROGDEN MABEL LOIS CANNON MARK CHERRY EUGENE COOKE MARY ANN COOKE MATTIE ANN COOKE HUBERT DAIL GLENN DAUGHTRY IIMMIE DEAVER CARL GINN ROSA LEE GOODSON Y if fl ' A A , fs: . I ""f'iS A . A . Q A IA l 1' 4 5 A 5 4 F, .w ,.. fl 4' D., A Q ,EV Q n I 4 -P-. . 4 A A A C S p m 4 D H Ig 4 CLARA LOU GRANTHAM EARL GRAVES JACK GRIMES REX HATCH MARVIN HERRING RUTH HERRING WOODARD HILL ELLIS RAY HOWELL REGINALD HUDSON CARL JACKSON SHIRLEY JERNIGAN MARY JO JOHNSON KIRBY JONES LA VERNE JONES OSCAR JONES FAYE KENNEDY JOYCE ANN KORNEGAY EUGENE LANE HILBERT LANE BOBBIE LEE GAYNELL LEWIS BILL LOFTIN CHARLES MATTHEWS LOUISE MCCULLEN f' 1 I -1 SOPHOMOKES AA ,df 19 AY 1 I X D fT'Y'TA " f in 4 ' ' I '54 , A A ' ' , Hg. A X. 'A "1 I 'E 1' J' ' v ANNMQ , .q 1: W P A . I Q: if Y X , Q. X 5 f' ...fx . s' ? I ,. 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S Shelf mmg arf II WEJSUVSP ga, W I e .UM P 3 clclie es cr- Wc, pre' . . on Secweiavi Ji H e I o f 5 + wa-.+ till .gfgfg-U n FT'eSI1I'7'lCh 1 Afhz APJZ 4' 41 4 Ib 4. RES R C BAKER JR ESSIE ROSE BARWICK JOYCE BARWICK JOYCE BATHCELOR HERBERT BAUGHAN RUTH BRITT BILLY BYRD JAMES c CARROLL HILDA COKER JAMES A COMES SARAH COMBS EDWARD DAv1DSoN VIOLET GOODSON ROBERT GRICE JIMMIE HARRELL JEAN HEAD EDDIE LOUIE HESTER KERMIT MAURICE HINES PATRICIA HINES CAROL JEAN HINSON SHIRLEY HOBBS DOROTHY HOLLOMAN JOYCE HOLLOWELL LUCILLE HOWELL MYRTLE JACKSON BUCK JEANETTE NAOMI JENNETTE HARVEY JERNIGAN IACQUELINE JOHNSON PEGGY KELLY BOBBY RAY KORNEGAY CECIL KORNEGAY , vw 17 . V: 31 V J 7 . f.,9v 3, ' A 'fi 4 ' Ms ' -f' c V4 Y K2 ix A' ' !'2 4 ! I ' ' . - 'Q ' if J f 1' ,ff V' 5 N . - -5 X Ld f fr ' ni 54- Af' 'fr nm ' ' cs -4 7 . ,- A X VL , ' Q KJ V ,-NL , 5 f - 9 V 'T ,X X' J 'E - Q. I .1 u- 'n K A ,N 4. 4 Eff A A ' Xa-R , ,, , X, E EA K g ,F ff , Ao L' A-' L A ff . A A ' ' I nx .,... A x I: I 0 Q fi 4, S, I Q' Q? A 51, ' . g " " . f", 1 ,. 5 ' i .5 QW fs' "-- A W Af , g f' A AXQPQ F- L-E ll - ' E '- ' J12, 'T' , S ,R , ' 'Q A lg wa t I - , I . if . A f K, f A .,, A fi? nl :H .cv r Y ,W MQ? 4 X9 : 5' uf- I I ' 'K -, Y MARVIN KORNEGAY CARSON LANE DE LORIS LEE SYLVIA MARTIN JANET MCCULLEN LYNWOOD PARKER IVARS PIMANIS GERALDINE PRICE MARY Lois PRICE GAYNELLE PUCKETT JEAN RIVENBARK ROBERT TILLMAN FANNIE RUTH WARD WILLIAM WARD LLOYD WARREN PEGGY WATERS MADA ENE WEEKS IIM WILLIAMSON ANN WILSON RICHARD WISENBAKER MARY WOLFE SALLY WOLFE Freshmen 1100 YW 73-1 1 1 0 fx" 30 45.35. f: ,Q . ,, 'Z "-T h I I ' Q 'KV . . f,., E - :"':":3' - I 'E A -' C5 W .,f IEW A 2 - v ' I 4 1 W ' 2 . ' v E , x fs' C. s. SHELTON , , I S4 fi, , l E- -A 5, A.. . I 1-f f . f I "' 'Ls - nh ', 16' Iv , ,.. ' . T"" I :J JY 1 ' . QQ. , , , 0 W N, ' ii 44 4 .Qi sf ' 11" 35 I4 v IW' 'f so Zur ,X OO' its I Billy Best Joyce Smith Joyce Kennedy Shirlev Lewis Tennys Warren Jewel Matthews Gary Tillman Miss Watkins Ina Pearl Quinn Rebecca Oliver Betty Low Barwick George Martin Alice Ann Brock Cardell Grimes Durwood Kennedy Boyce Honeycutt Carlton Thompson C B Price Martha Brock Sherard Pearsall Lillian Cobbs Lawrence Wilson Christine Kelly Ann Best Earlene Barwick Marie Jackson Robert Kornegay Randalph Barwick Jtmmy Griffln Jordan Harrell Sedric Britt Mary Helen Burgess f t ' at Nancy Gray, Ormond Whitted, Brunetta Flowers, Charles Johnson, Franklin Hope, Oliver Faulk, Jimmy Overton, Danny Sue Outlaw, Betty Ann Outlaw, Shelby Jean Wolfe, Joyce Daughtry, Shelby Jean Davis, Bobble lean Gray, Graham Cooke, Joseph Odom, Mrs. Ruth Thomton, Margaret Sanderson, Jessie Madge Britt, Kermit Anderson, Kenneth Anderson, Louis Jones, Ray Taylor, Swinde1lKornegay, Loree Lane, Joan Wiggins, Annette Casey, Charles Price, Howard Jones, Shelton Best. David Gillis Jr., Josephine atch, Harry Cooke, Jr, , Edward Stames. 'Q'-'I mm Km 3 W ' 11 J si F,-I e ndjlest C316 AL A SEAN W vu1f1ex.D oe Gam Waxman EPH N1 MMM.: ODOM E51-L QU! Inf U Most Conceued MARY DELL SUTTON HM WELLS B M1EfeSt F11 M E TYL FR 300 Most LLke1y To Succeed NADINE PIE LANE RCE 1031341 WILSON MWQEW WS M ,Mi fl., Most Ori 11131 SALLY ANN 105' SIMMONS BILLY WA HNA CDO LL RRICK STV? xi VERY! TOWN Bcsx Dressed NADXNE PHE?-CE sos GRAY Waxman B N eSr CLNA GS offs ARL OOD ES cogolv KE A osx P opxnat ALMA SEAN WBYYFXELD KENNETH BBS Be S T S t D a A H3615 RD TA ,TBM R wzwf LAZXEST --4 MOST XNT VLLECTU AL Maw 6' Bw BEST ALL AROUND Wwhff S Pre tuest G Mos: Handsome INA GOODS ON GH DA Most BaShfu1 MABLE HOWELL JOE GRA Y WHITTED UGH TR Y iw I Biggest Babies JEAN BARFIELD ARRICK -img .44 Best of Humor ELISABETH HOLMES TOMMIE FERRELL ,--of ,...-JT! 3 ff xl veg r- O 5526 ff' Mos: rammed I MARY DELL SUTTON BILLY wfuuucx vi wiv Wffow Activltles 4 uf- vi, X Fo F O Ao PRESIDENT -Glenn Daughtry, VICE-PRESIDENT-Kenneth Best, SKZRETARY -Billy Byrd, TREASURER-Jlme Wolfe, REPORTER-Jack Grimes, ADVISORS-W. O. Wxood, OTHER MEMBERS: Munay Williams, Joe G!-IY Whitted, Carl Jackson, Carson Lane, Kermit Hines, Joseph Wilson, Charles Cooke, Regional Hudson, Rex Hatch, Jackie Cmmpler, George Millard, Jimmie Deaver, Kenneth Barwick, Lynwood Parker, Kirby Jones, Hilbert Lane, Albert Pearsall, Jimmie Williamson, Carroll Jackson, Morris Herring, James Combs, Elton Jones, Herbert Baughn, Jack Norris, Tommy Ferrell, Gene Wolfe, Rodney Millard, Harvey Jernigan, Jimmie Harrell, Jimmie Wells, David Taylor, Jim Williamson. The Future Farmers of America, or "F.F.A. " as it it is commonly known is the Nationa1Organization of, by and for boys studying Vocational Agriculture in public secondary schools under the provisions of the Nation- al Vocatiorfal Educational Acts. The National Organization has a total membership of 340,090 in 1951. North Carolina has 438 active chapters of the organization, with more than 21,000 active members and more than 100, 000 farmer members. The Mount Olive chapter was organized in the fall of 1951 with 38 chapter members. The F. F. A. Motto is LEARNING TO DO, DOING TO LEARN, EARNING TO LIVE, LIVING TO SERVE. The aim ofthe Future Farmers of America is the development ofAEYiC1l1I1llt. Leadership, Cooperation, and Citizenship. Q President Alma Jean Wlutfield Vrce President Ann Honeycutt Secretary 8: Treasurer Kay Mltchell Reporter Mary Stevenson Brrtt Htstorran Sally Wolfe Song Leader Margaret Jean Kraft Pranist Lrllian Barwlck Other Members Sally Ann Srmmons Joyce Anderson Jane Andersons Doris Batchelor Helen Bazemore Helen Bland Lorena Bntt Mary Stevenson Brrtt Ann Carol Broadhust Hrlda Brogden Mabel Cannon Ann Cooke Diana Davts Rosa Lee Goodson Clara Lou Grantham Margaret Guy Ruth Herring Shuley Jerntgan Mary Jo Johnson La Verne Jones Faye Kennedy Joyce Kornegay Bobble Lee Gayne1leLew1s Lou1seMcCullen Mlldred Prlce Edna Sasser Mary Ann Turner Mavts Wlutfreld Vugirua Holland Essie Rose Barwrck Angel1ne Coker Joyce Batchelor Ruth Bntt Sarah Combs Jean Head Slurley Hobbs Lucille Howell Myrthle Jackson Naorru Jennette Jackie Johnson Peggy Kelly Sally Jane Powell Mary Pnce Geraldine Prtce Jean Rlvenbark Fannie Ruth Ward Carol Jean HIIISOD Melba Ray Cotton Hilda Coker Violet Goodson Patricia Hrnes Dorothy Holloman Joyce l-lollowell Sylvia Martrn Janet McCullen Slurley Patterson Gaynelle Puckett Evelyn Thompson Mary Ann Thompson Peggy Waters Madalene Weeks Ann Wilson Mary Wolfe Sally Wolfe Martha Cannon Nina oodson Barbara Ann Hill Mabel Howell Eumce Rtvenbark Sally Walker Vrrgirua Holland Stepluua Odom Joan Summerlin Ann Honeycutt Erna Cooke Daisy Jo N0l'l?.S Carolyn Wllson Anme Frances Sloan Lo1s Jennette La Royce Best Margaret Jean Kra t. 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I ' I I I I . . , . . .Ma-ant Ulwe 36496 chew-Z .Wand 'tv NDA nn., MAIORETTES Ehzabeth Holmes Head Syllva Martm Edna Sasser Peggy Waters Sue Willlams Jewel Matthews DRUM MAJOR Buddy Cox CORNETS Stuart Patten Bobby Ray Komegay Clark Councll Mary Stevenson Brut Milton Gillis Bobby Swmson CLARINETSf Tennys Warren Mary Wolfe Lawrence Hassell Jesse Madge Britt Betty Lrlhan Cobb Orm Whrtted Lloyd Warren MELLOPHONES Ann Wllson Joyce Daughtry Iosephrne Hatch K Mitchell FLUTES Madalene Weeks Ann Honeycutt SAXOPHONES Norman Austm Ande son Jr Jack Grimes Shlrley Hines TROMBONES Kermlt Hmes Davrd Gillrs Boyce' Honeycut Ray Taylor BASSES Billy Byrd Capt BARITONE Llllian Barwrck BEL LYRA Sally Wolfe DRUMS Mark Cherry Joan Summerhn Woodard fBonesJ H111 Vrrgrma Mamn R C Baker Jimmy Wrlllamson fcymballsj 1 I O I I R - h...:rrL:rgff-J-' rg , - , av . f .,,.'.,..,. J f J .. . ,1 , . ,Q .,., . J , Q-. ,, J A , :,,p Qsgliz ' A ll' -Q Tig. ,r K -4 'U 1 y Q . gr L' k I -- l "1-gs,f .1 J vi N, fo 0 , -f J ' ni ' ' Q 'QQ .... of 5' fx fre: 'A D : I I I D I I I I ' in - o . - 1 , A 9 I n I ' - .5 - I I I I ' I . I . I 1 - ' c 1 ' 9 If, v - s n 1 - l ' . 9 . - - . -. . - . -, . .Ls- I - ' -- I I I W' 9 - 1 - X, "J .za :A 1 'I D ,Srrfw ----.- las., CHRLS SEXTETTE ETHEL GAITLEY Director LILLIAN BARWICK, Accompanlst Fust Sopranos Margaret Jean Kraft Elrzabeth Holmes Second Sopranos Mary Dell Sutton Kay Mrtchell :Altos Gaynelle Lewrs Maxine Lane x x xx BOY D0 BLE 0 ARTET ETHEI GAITLEY Dxrectcr Frrst and Second T enors Billy Warripk Brlly Byrd Boyd Wrlson Glenn Daughtry Fust and Second Bass Lynn jogdan Mark Cherry Durald Wilson BuddyCox .7646 Salma! Z Geal Jean Rrvenbark Sally Jane Powell Naomi Jennette Vtolet Goodson Stephnla Odom Nina Goodson Agnes Best Erna Cooke Gaynelle Puckett Patricia Hines Sara Cobbs Barbara H111 AnneCarolBroadhurst Peggywaters GaynelleLew1s Anne Cook Kay Mitchell Madelme Weeks Lucile Howell Hilda Coker Joyce Anderson Jane Andrews Beverette Wells Mable Carmon Joyce Kornegay Clara Lou Gamtham Mary Stevenson Britt Sylvta Martin Anne Frances Sloan Nadine Pierce Jean Barfield Jean Head Shirley Lewis Dorothy Holloman ESSIC Rose Barwick Amie Cook Lillian Barwtck Mary Eva Griffin Eltzabeth Holmes Maxtne Lane Affte Pickett Fannie Ruth Ward Margaret Jean Kraft Mary Dell Sutton Alma Jean Whltfteld Joyce Hollowell Mabel Howell Glenn Daughtry Joe Carroll Outlaw Jimmy Wells Durald Wrlson Mark Cherry Helen Bazemore Bill Loftin Lynn Jordon Boyd Wtlson Billy Wamck Hugh Daughtry fur' ' ' ' 4 f BA j X - ' S 4. .7e-4.276 manual' Q' vs 4542 .Tata Mow, actlega .Kuacc and 'Un-we .fiwpfcla i w!"!"x. "if gb. Shlrley Lewts Tennys Warren Sue Wrlliams Betty Lou Kennedy Ins Best Patncia Johnson E H Sutton Johnny Thrgpen Naom1Jennette Peggy Waters Ruth Britt Helen Bland Vlrgrma Marttn Starky Moore Cherry Danny Sue Outlaw Joyce Daughtry Gaynelle Lewis Mary Dell Sutton ,tackle Johnson Louise McCu11en Mabel Cannon Jessle Madge Brttt Elenor McCu11en Ann Rrcks Lllltan BAYWICR Kay Mttchel Mary Helen Bur ess La Royce Best Joste Faye Htnson Jtmmy Carroll David Gillls Joyce H0110we11 La cme Jones Shelton Best Btlly Warrick Kurald Wrlson Not present at ttme picture was taken are Betty Low Barghan Margaret Jean Kraft Section IXZ Athletlcs Q E I Qffxwm w 'f . Tic Cavs ealra Th C-an dn' 'no can do+e YYXQ, 'fraineg 71 an f X-N jj xo Q-rf' Q 9 0 LM HTS 'FS 455' if 3 '- lp 43 N! W-' ,x '6' ' I 1' y, 'WK Co Captams Jack NOUIS 2110 Hugh Dallghf-FY With All Conterence Players Tackle Wrllram Tyler Coach Joe E Langley qmghrj and Guard Hugh Daughtry .liao Vw ,Maw VL, FOOTBALL SQUAD FIRST ROW Herbert Baughan Jackle Crumpler Rodney Mrllard Pete Matthews Moms Barwrck, Jack Norms, Rex Hatch, Kenneth Bordeaux, Coach Langley. SECOND ROW Regmald Hudson, Bobby Lazouk, Boyd W11son, Glenn Daughtry, Hubert Dall, Earl Graves, Br11yWarr1ck, Edd1e Hester, Burt May. THIRDROW B I Lee, Lyn Jordan, Bobby Shelton, JIITIITIY Wells, DuraldW11son, Hugh Daughtry, Wrlham Tyler. A. ,ut . Q -. .gb- Q T H 0 We S S , I A , l - Q I I 1 . K I I 3 'Y' 'n X ' V - Q ' - .' J , " X i r 1 ' . . - K' ' S Ep J V if .X ' , .gk , Q .J , . L , ,. " , Q 7. W-s,f' ' X L . ' out 'Q Q S - I Q ' 9 . . " X , ' H A s ! M, 4 H Q f,2r?1':,, ,ws rf' , tw. I X jf gg ,. ,A .Z KW - lv, . I " , ? Q ..7,. 1 . ' " -,. . I I . J' ,,.,,, ig-s,-.., 2 'f'Ai'f.:iz3'Z:f4q:, Qgijng- ', . 5 , ' . ,H . L " Sis? . ' - ? f r . 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SECOND ROW: Mary Wolfe, MildredPrice, Shirley Lewis, AnnCooke, Sally , , . . fikhmw f"'l1Iilb-- 4 aw-4-uatfw 'V'9"l .1551 A' ALE. fg'l51'-vi ,K 555 iwgiigfii aff' yd ki' it diggs: 'ak' ww., FIRST ELEVEN Lrnemen Bobby Lazorrk Bobby Shelton hmmy Wells Durald W11son Hugh Daughtry Wrlham Tyler Rodney Mrllard Backs Moms Barwrck Glenn Daughtry Lyn Jordan JackNorr1s RE ULT of 19511952 Ohve I acksonv111e O11ve Raeford O11V6 W allace O11ve Burgaw O11ve Selma O11ve Warsaw O11ve Erwrn O11ve S Edgecombe O11ve Sm1Lhf1e1d O11ve La Grange 41 l BA KETBALL QUAD BASKETBALL SQUAD Fust Row: G, R, Komegay, Durald Wilson, Boyd Wilson, Eddle HCSIBI. Lyn Iordafl. B0bbY Shelton, Second row: Coach Langley, Mark Cherrv gack Norns, Kenneth Bordeaux, Bobby Lazonk, Ivars Pimanis, Richard Wlsenbaker Managerj. I ' f ' J. 'V ' H Y ' In ,V ,Y f if . l I W, .sr Q5 Q, ,-M , ,M ,j.,I,s-,gf,-A.-.Q 1 M L N "I sf , - f - P- '- YAQU-ua 2531: 5... , 1 r ,c',,, as ,"l" f . 'Q' A ' . - V '- ' f ,, N . Q ,par , . , . , . . H. 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ATHLETH3 SSOClA'l'l0 Joan Summerhn Edward Taylor Kay Mitchell BA KETBALL Stephma Odom flieadj Clara Lou Grantham William Tyler Elisabeth Holmes T n-:iii-in-. FO0TBALL CHEERLEADER Alma Jean Whitfield Gaynell Lewis Stephnia Odom Donald Summerlin Daisy Jo Norris Mary Dell Sutton fHeadJ Bobbie Lee 21,91 CHEERLEADER y Section I vertxsements IK AJ ' Q1 Q1-'YW' NT o MOH1 ,J 5 ps A ff 42 Qu' nf" PM K9 SeCx'fFx8 H59 W ,cm 33+ wwf! Provldlng a Means of Coordmatlng the Interest Energxes and Leadershlp of a Cornmumty 1n an Incluslve Program for Child and Civic Welfare REATH J0 E CASH S'l'0RE HARDWARE DUO THFRM KE LVINATOR APPLIANCES D1al 2093 Mam St Mount Ol1ve North Carollna Congratulations Senlors LOUISE'S BEAUTY SHOP x' 'liz WATCH REPAIR Center Street Complete Beauty Servlce Mount Ollve North Carolina Dial 2157 dj . . A ruff--,Ich K B. J. DAUGHTRY - ff if 7yf' o f-- .wff Q vm-xii. ALBERTS RNs-QL. 'l 5 XE? xxvluglf !!5!!!!" llfflmii ii f-Lgglygkx Congratulatlons Sen1ors HOME FURNITURE INC KADIS INC Goldsboro Mount O11ve 'P v Complete Llne Appllances D1a1 2464 THOMPSON 8m FRANCIS Modern Super Market Meats and Fancy Grocermes Complunents S D BROADHURST INQURAN CE H lil ,I f " 'I jf 4 J l5If?',.i'kY9. A ' ' N X .f I X :X Q- - ' I ' I , ' f V2 IQ! - I k XX fillllh f' In ' of 8L of GRIFFI HEILIG MEYER Goldsboro North Carohna CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES' Compumenrs F BEST w1sHEs1 NEIL JOSEPH'S SHOP Goldsboro North Carolma or the life you now begm OF In On completing one phase of your lifel of I 6 .LAL YW XV A It 'F RNITURE FOR BETTER LIVING" Reasonable PFICEB Dial 2 Easy Terms 322 MOUNT OLIVE HATCHERY Baby Chicks St Poultry Supplles 101 E Maln D1a1 2083 JORDAN'S JEWELRY STORE Watches Diamonds Silverware China Crystal 101 E Main Dial 2344 I if 1 'W We-'Z " M22 43, ' B E MARTIN at SON sniff? Route 4 Mount O11ve North Carolina ' R B WARREN Fertilizers Fuel Oil Produce Cotton Seeds Coal 205 North Center Dial 2561 -1 VJ' y L' PQ' 1 A 5, , x i , 1 I I QI' ' U WAYNE Q , " FEEDS . grjj,43-3,:-- Expert Watch Repalring .S+ 1 'lfigl T . . 1 .J..,f4 . I !f't"fr.ff " K '. .4 A x V Q Pu n E11 KGB' Qi WAYNE ENGINEERING wmswumauw QU SU'l'TON ELECTRIC COMPANY Hmefme 'Th rk vflluulw' ount onve, North Carolina For H Better M D nhl 'VJ' l 5 X 4" cgi R i V9 LAW' WE MOVE THE EARTH. .- . I . MM' n-'5 fn .f ' ' '5'-'-Q' 4' ' 3 Q .V TL 4 NORGE APPLIANCES West James I , , 1' EAT MOUNT OLIVE'S B I R SUPER SWEET PICKLES 'they're better Sold by leadmg grocers everywhere BUILDING MATERIAL COAL PACKED BY FUEL OIL MOU T 0LlVE E C 0 I GASOLINE Mount Ollve North Carolma FIRESTONE TIRES EW umm co 2 Q CELEBRATING Our 35th Year of Dependable Drug and Prescrlption Service WE DELIVER Dlal 2467 Mount Olive North Carolina CH INSURANCE THAT INSURES Dlal 2329 Mount O11ve North Carolma In A. D.JR. PICKLU- .. c. L I . F 11 M. C. . ERRY and LEO J IMMO 'HAR RE SALES AND SERVICE Dial 2251 GLENN 8m MARTIN DRUG CO Dial 2165 Reg1stered Drugglsts On the Corner Mount Ol1ve North Carol1na MOUNT OLIVE DRY CLEANERS If Your Clothes Are Not Becommg to You They Should Be Comlng to Us MURRAY SUPPLY CO Custom Grtndlng M1X1ng Chow M1x Feeds Corn Buyers Mount Olwe North Carollna BE PROGRESSIVE SHOP PROGRESSIVE SUPER MARKET Most Complete Llne of GPOCCFISS In Mount Olwe North Carohna ANDREWS St KNOWLES PRODUCE CO Buye rs of Farm Produce Dealers tn Hmgh Quallty Seed F e rt 1 l 1 z e r Cornpllments WHITE'S STORES . DWA I Dial 2034 ' - of COMPLIMENTS 1 DEPARTME 'I' North Carolina BARNES HARRELL RAWLINGS Compliments SHOPAND SAVE MT OLIVE SHOE SHOP EFIRD C o rn p 1 i m e nt s PENNEY'S IN GOLDSBORO Goldsboro Compliments of T R THIGPEN INSURANCE North carouna l OF KNM My 594 H B S In ' - co. D Goldsboro, N. C. of AT o of In I a 0 -- I IN EVERY TOWN THERE IS "ONE BEST PLACE TO TRADE In Mount Olive It's BELK TYLER' CA IC1IP'IIllAVT0Il IC Mt O11ve Hwy Telephone 289 8 Goldsboro N C Sales Service YOUR FRIENDLY FERGUSON DEALER Cornphments Comp11ments MOUNT OLIVE SERVICE THE TWENTIETH CENTURY LEAGUE CLUB lux Mfr' 7' i'4F'?e.e 5 gift? 'I-9-1654 'Awww SMITH BROTHERS Sell The Best Dudley North Carollna SUTTON'S ESSO STATION BIIYUWIIE Esso SIGN You'1l never go wrong 9 I I of of , , .. N we l w nf", ,--ffl' 4 v :GQ as--yf.x n of I HATCHER-SMITH M0'l'0R C0. I . M- --- L., SALES X CHEVROLET SERVICE 'Q 1 Mount Olive, North Carolina Dial 2398 KRAFT STUDIO QUALITY PORTRAITS Compllrrents Compllments CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT MOUNT OLIVE C AFE COMPANY J H Reaves Propuetor Western Auto Assocute "MOSS WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE LUBY BELL MOTOR CO STORE H J Morms Propmetor Mount Olwe No th Carohna Q of of ' lllllll APPHOVCD Store SERVICE I-4 f - - ', ' ' ,., 1' ' HARRY KENNEDYS GINN COTTON AND COTTON SEED Route 3 Mount O11ve North Carolma E T FERRELL Electrlc Appllances Radlo and Televlslon Sales and Servlce Heatmg and Plumbmg GARNER BROTHERS xwm I I FK 'il Pk U FRIGIUAIBE bales Servlce Compllrnents A C HAT H Compllments A FRIEND ENGLISH 81 OLIVER Products of and for the Farmer Farmers and Scoco Hxgh Quahty Fertlhzers D1a1 2426 I Congratulatlons To The Graduatlng Class Of '52 JO AND PHIL LOWNES 9 . , ' 'flak-'?, ' f NA fjfm lr 1 O f I 0 f . . C MOUNT 0LlVE MOTOR ALE KAISE R HE NRY J TY DALL FU ERAL HOME 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Dlal 2303 Mount Ollve North Carohna MOUNT OLIVE FCX SERVICE Feeds Seeds Fert111zers Farm1ng Mach1nery E1ectr1ca1App11ances W D Strlckland Proprietor K S WARREN GINNERY Cotton and Cotton Seed F D No HASTY PLUMBING 8: HEATING COMPANY Plurnblng and He atlng Contractors D1a1 2584 Mount Ohve North Carollna Compliments of B L HOLLOWELL GROCERY R F D No Grocer1es Meats . . R. . . . 3 . Mount Olive, North Carolina . . . . 3 MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK. BA K of MOU T 0LlVE CALYP 0 'r UTILITY HARDWARE C0 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS BUILDING MATERIALS PAINTS Sn TOOLS D1al 2581 J S JORDAN Sn SON Anything for the Farm and Home Vita Var Paints Crosley Appliances Mount Olive North Carollna CLINIC DRUG CO "A Good Drug Store Phone 2239 Mount Olwe North Carolina SALES AND SERVICE Mr Harry Lee Cobb Always Behind MOUNT OLIVE SCHOOLS And Every Other Progect To Better Our Community MOUNT OLIVE TRIBUNE If You Don't Take It You Should! 0 vu R. F. D. No. 3 . U I ' I COM PLIMENTS OF Ill llllll' GIIIZ CHFIII IIQHYIKI Gm. -- essolzaaco evzge chalffen mc. r F ad 9'4" 'L WWI! mm' aausaono nom cuzouu ONW Onward M Here we sp Onward M You gwe us Schoolrnate May we eve Each with h Wh1le str1v Rah I Rah ' Rah ' Rah 1 Rah I Rah 1 In all kmds Leaders we ARD MOUNT OLIVE ount Ol1ve Hlgh bchooll end our happy days' ount Ol1ve Hxgh School! courage on our ways s 1n work and pleasure r helpful be 1B own work to do mg for A's and B's C HORUS Rah! for deer Mount Ol1ve Hlghl True and Bold' Rah' just see her colors fly! Blue and Gold! Rah! let our echo ring Mouht O11V8 of studles of sports shall ever be' In all klnds w Forward True and lo Today and 1 Hearts and Firmly we' For--by lo Are honor Happily we v a e go together yal we shall be n the future, minds 1n ecstasy, ll follow God's light, 'll meet success, e--not force of might, nd happiness. 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