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

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'i X 2: 5-.Tx - xxx ' , X-F4 - ' Ui Slug xv- inn... 1, ry ,"-0 . 1 . I 5 l 544, I ' ,, ft' w ,J Q. 1 4 s K 1 X si "i:p...4.-1' ""b 22,45--S 4. A- -ish-'-', 'Q SQN Q Q.. MO HI 1961 Volume lX Presented By Senior Class Mount Olive High School Mount Olive, North Carolina 'll I 'UMM 'llll lull 0 sz' 1 p EX xiao ,V TUDENTS The magnificent progress of modem education has given the students of today an incredibly rich and varying knowledge of today's needs. Modern education is based on thelore of the past, yet inspires one to meet the challenge of the future. True education gives one not only knowl- edge, but the ability and wisdom to use it for the best interests of mankind. Our system of education is not yet perfect, but the heights it has already reached give promise of still greater things to come. The students of Mount Olive High School were, are, and will be endeavor- ing to fulfill these ideals. CONTENTS DEDICATION IN MEMORIAM LOCAL COMMITTEE P. T. A. OFFICERS ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY SENIORS SUPERLATIVES UNDERCLASSMEN ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES SPORTS ADS Q 1 I 5 m 5 .tw Eb 15' 7 "1:x?.. f 5:5 X -'V "Rf ,, X :H .4 'Ria Sf? 2- if r ' ,Q A r- is , Q - 'Iwi' '34 Q 6 . A 121.12 5 Duran nu iw' A .. K., 'X : ,,:. lil.: '. if-Q' l IX. an zxmvlu .rw-4. , A 1' Q .-.1-.. . y 1 'F ,, f'S . Lazpjrv - 'gb w""' X A' 2 ,V 0 '-iv-n. .f-' I ' ' N 9- x N MEMORIAM , s :aw ,: .st-',.a.'-. Qs Q1 s, . M2 ,Z J, iam . 4 -. w fvz, ,Z x ga , A BRUCE EMERSON 1943-1960 We picture him as we remember him . . . student, athlete, and friend. He was one of us, but he went out from us. But for circumstances beyond our knowing he would have taken his place in our grey lines of commencement. It is with loving memory that we dedicate this page - - - a symbol of the love we still have for him. W i LOC L COMMITTEE l 1 , 1 ll J r 'V' l l I 1 i '1 l i A group vitally important to our school system, and yet probably more criticized than any other, is the local school board. The members have given of their time, talents, and wisdom to improve our schools and have shown, through their decisions on important issues, their exceptional ability to guide our school. They are from left to right: Chairman, Bill Porter, Jr. , Billy Farmer, J. C. Stephenson, Ir. , Charles Kraft and seated Principal Harry J. Archer. Absent, Jack Lister. P.T. . Principal Meets Officials - Harry J. Archer our new prin- cipal, discusses mat' ters with the execu- tive committee of the school's P. T.A. l association. From l left to right are, Archer, Mrs. Arthur l Marks, P. T. A. Treasurer, William Wilkins, Vice Presi- dent, Mrs. Sam Mathis, Secretary, and Mrs. Lloyd Hontz, President. I HIIUJ 4, Q 4 A f P3 .l . K 5 Brenda Judy, Caroline, Susie Lavice, and Brenda as she explains the steps that must be taken in fill- ing a bobbin. This is only A HIGHLY TECHNIC L WORLD 951-1 ilu fi HOME ECONOMICS Special attention is given to Miss Robertson by one of their many projects. Instruction includes such duties as planning home meals and canning. GUIDANCE Guidance is a new course taught by Mrs. Williams. She converses with students concerning their plans for the future. She also teaches English. Bobby, Corky, Rodney, D.C. , and Tiny listen tentatively as she explains early English Literature. P Qi tzfifi EOR A BETTER TOMORROW ,fjql COACH Mr. McClenny is very active in intellectual studies as well as physical develop- ment of young people. Participating in calisthenics is one of the favorite pastimes of the students. q.B1.rp ls of Winn: uEET'fe X I COACH Mr. Williams, sociology instructor, points out the importance of sociology in every day life to Rodney Knowles. Presently his class has been participating in panel discussions of marriage and divorce. lfTIr' n PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT C 'T' 0512. Coach McClenny and Coach Williams work hand- in-hand to keep up the high standards of their new phys- ical development program. . ,A 4 M' I ' , M ,Q , .,.,A hs' " N X . is """fP fi 'Q' - , . f ,Q I K 7 ' """ V aigjfiff A f'vfQf:'f'?.,,gsfg J 2, ,gs ni ff' 'YQ 1 :J ' 'Kuff ,M ,lg h fi, A4 I xv 4 - fm""?'f: , ., ,, ' E . W 5B im W H133 EEKQ iw Q SENIOR CLASS OFFICER El' President ------ - - - BOB TILLMAN Secretary -------------- GLENDA JONES Vice President - - - - - BRYCE MORRISON Treasurer - - - - - - LYNETTE SMITH MASCOT The Senior class chose Danny Jackson and Anne Early as their mascots this year. These two youngsters will have the opportunity to participate in the 1961 commencement exercises. HAYWARD LEE ADAMS F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM WOODROW BEST Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Base- ball 1, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Waiter Jr. , Sr, , F. F, A. 4, Superlarive 4. I T LLOYD BRADFORD BREWER F. F. A., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Baseball, Glee Club, Superlative. ELIZABETH LOU BROADHURST j superlative 4, r.H.A. 1.2.3.4 F.H.A. I Prize Winner 1, 2, Drivers Education 2, Annual Staff 4, Usher for Junior Play 3. I A 'inv- 9'5" fit 'hint' I CLASS or 1961 VIRGINIA ELAINE BROCK Student Librarian 1, 2, F. H. A. 1, 2, Glee Club 4, Drivers Education 2, Usher for Junior Play 3, Superlative. ALTA ANN BYRD F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, Winter Haven, Fla. 2, Junior Play Prompter 3, Glee Club 4, Su- perlative 4, Annual Staff 4. THOMAS WHITFIELD CARROLL Basketball Manager 3, Glee Club 4, An- nual Staff, Drivers Education, F. F. A. 4. LINDA KAY CASEY F. H.A. 5 F. H.A. Officer, Class Officer, Bus Driver, Lunch Room Staff, Student Librarian, Junior Play, Glee Club, Super- lative, Athletic Association. Q' 777' , Q 4F51 GLADYS WINIFRED COOKE Beta Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Glee Club 4, Usher Junior Play, F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4, F. H.A. Officer 3, Annual Staff 4, Drivers Education. LINDA ANN COOKE Drivers Education, F. H. A. 1, 2,4 . GWIN LEE COX F. H. A. 1, 2, Library Science Club 2, 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Junior Play Usher, Chief Marshal 3, Annual Staff, Superlative. MARGARET MARIE DAVIS Student Librarian 1, 2, F. H. A. 1, 2, 4, Glee Club 4, Usher Junior Play. 4"-..'3' RONALD REID EASON Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Captain 4, Marshal 1 F.F.A. 4, Drivers Education 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FREDRICK GOODRICH F. F. A. 4. BOB WILSON HINES F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET LOUISE HUME Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1,2, Bowling Team 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Class Offi- cer 1, 2, Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, News- paper Staff 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Peace Speaking Contest 3, 4, Jefferson Davis Memorial Award 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, T.A. C. Officer 1, 2, Office Girl 1, 2, 4, Superlarive 4. 'iii MARY FRANCES LOWDER F. H.A. , Miss Holiday Season, Basketball, Glee Club. ANN CAROL MAY F. H. A., Office Girl, Glee Club Officer, Varsity Queen, Miss Armistice Day Rep- resentative, Junior Play, Superlative, Athletic Association. JAMES LEE MERRITT F. F.A. g Class Officer. DONALD BRYCE MORRISON Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 1,2,,3, 4, Super- lative, Waiter Jr., Sr. 2, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. LESLIE NATHANIEL IPOCK Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Waiter Jr., Sr. 2, Class Officer 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Superlative 4. JIMMY CEDRIC JACKSON F. F.A. 1, 2, Bus Driver. GLENDA JEAN JONES F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Sweetheart 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Varsity Queen Attendant 4, Student Librarian 4, Junior Play Usher 3, Superlative 4, Class Officer 4, Fashion Show Winner 2, Annual Staff 4, D.A. R. Award 4. CECILLE IONA KORNEGAY Student Librarian 2, F. H. A. l, 2, 4. 416' DOUGLAS GREY OUTLAW F. F.A. 1, 2, Marshal 2, 3, Beta Club, Drum Major, Superlative 4. JA MES LINWOOD PATE F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, F.F.A. Prize Winner 2. JOYCE FAYE PRICE Glee Club 4, F. H.A. , Usher Junior Play, LOIS RAYE PRICE Glee Club 4, Student Librarian 2, F. H. A. 1, 2, 4, Usher Junior Play. ,qua- WF' 'E' 1. 'Y-M' PEGGY JEAN PRICE F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 2, 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Superlative 4, Annual Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4. RALPH KEITH PUCKETT Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Marshal 1, 2, 3, Peace Speaking Contest 2, 3, Superlative, Junior Play 3. GLENDA ELLEN SASSER Class Officer 1, 3, Bus Driver 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. Officer 1, Superlative 4, Junior Play 3, Waitress Jr. , Sr. 2, Glee Club 4, Drivers Education 1, F. H. A. Representative at County Fair 4, Annual Staff 3, Fashion Show Winner 1, Editor- in-Chief 4. LYNETTE BECTON SMITH Class Officer 4, Basketball 1, 2, F. H. A. 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Head 4, Junior Play 3, Waitress Jr., Sr. 2, Superlative 4, Glee Club Officer 4. hr i QV, 5 l.... - 'Z' NORMA CAROL SUMMERLIN F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Waitress Jr. , Sr. 5 Junior Play 3, Glee Club 4, Glee Club Officer 4, Varsity Attendant 4, Athletic Association 4, Teen- age Editor 4, Peace Speaking Contest 3, Annual Staff 4, Superlative 4. HUGH CARLTON THOMAS Football 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 4, Superlative 4, Glee Club. ROBERT LIVNGSTON TILLMAN Class Officer 2, 3, 4, F.F. A. 4, Waiter Jr., Sr. 2, Football 2, Basketball 1, Junior Play, School Store Staff, Superlative. WILLIAM HARRISON TROUTMAN Football 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4. BENJAMIN FITZHUGH SMITH Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2. JIMMY DEXTER SMITH F.F.A. 1,2,F. F.A. Officer 1, 2, Driver Education, Bus Driver 4, Baseball 1. GLENDA ANN STEPHENS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. Officer 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Annual Staff 4, Superlative 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Usher 3. ALDON BRYANT SUMMERLIN F. F. A. , Driver Education. MILLARD RAY TURNAGE F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Annual Staff. KENNETH ALLEN WATERS Basketball, Baseball, Football Manager, Drivers Education, F. F.A. JAMES RAY WEEKS F.F.A. 1, 2, Drivers Education, Baseball 1, Annual Staff. WILLIE RAY WEEKS F. F. A. 1, 2, Drivers Education. R 1-ha-F' ' Q f than: 'uni is GLENDA CAROL WEEKS Student Librarian 2, 3, Office Girl 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 4, Waitress Ir. , Sr. 1. HERBERT ANDREWS WELLS Football 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2. DARBY HAROLD WHITMAN F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, F.F.A. State Band 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MARVIN NOLAN WIGGINS Annual Staff 4, F.F.A. 1,2. A L MAMIE LOUISE WILLIAMS F. H. A. Officer lg F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4gG1ee Club Officer 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Waitress Ir., Sr. 2g Annual Staff 4g Music 1,2, 3, 4 DOROTHY ANN WOOD F. H. A. 1, 2, 33 F. H. A. Officer lg Cheer- leader 12, 3, 4g Jr. , Sr. Banquet Pianist 39 Junior Play Pianist 35 Annual Staff 4, Chapel Pianist 1, 2, 3, 4g Music 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 4. These Seniors were waiters and waitresses at the 19.59 Junior-Senior banquet which had a Dutch theme, at if 1 ,,..a....... is ,, 4- In May, 1957, we graduated from the eighth grade. As we had our pictures taken on the steps of a building which was to be our future home for four years, we were anxiously awaiting, but a little dubious of these years. Now we know what these years brought for we lived each of them, day by day, with their joys, and sorrows. In May of 1961, we will again have a picture as a group on these steps, but as proud SENIORS with a lifetime awaiting. WHE WE WERE YOUNGER Vi! -' Ag .A 1.,,,v lv 4 ya if-Eh-Q, 'P 1 'Ja ,H ,. -. ,Z 1Jl'nQ2.f- 1 fi 'Q 1 ,L V 15' I i 1 1 ,ef 'v M PERLATIVES IWOST ATTRACTHHQ GLENDA SA SSER BRYCE MORRISON BEST ALLAROUND LYNETTE SMITH LES IPOCK 1961 up.-. -hung.. 'vnuu-.......,,K IWOST ORIGINAL ANN BYRD MILLARD TURNAGE lie-g.,,..MxyV Inq'-i..,.,,,, O . - Nh:-...,. O '1 ..,, IQ---.,........,,,,,M in A .xl Ulm- QV- ..,A ' Qag:ef4,f.,2,f'v '- -Q , if--...TIM W -A 01 NEATEST GLENDA JONES BRYCE MORRISON MOST POPULAR LYNETTE SMITH L. B. BREWER FRIENDLIEST ANN STEPHENS PETE THOMAS 1..- f f-. BEST PERSONALITY KA Y CASEY WOODY BEST v E TW me rc fn shim nl W I'lE"I'l EST ELAINE BROCK NOLAN WIGGINS 1 1 f l. Am W , N W r K 1 I W3 'Q H xv' r ,1 A E1 1 n i 1 ff' tl Nz Wi' -fx Wm, , If 1 'TS ' 1 v Q1 W? 2 1 1 F -4 A11 .- A ff, A1 Vfglg Q , fi ! if NN V I I .V se Lgffeijjga 'Q naz - M , . viii: -,-,---'F' E MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED PEGGY PRICE RALPH PUCKETT 'T MOST VALUABLE TO SCHOOL 'Ye- PENNY HUME BOB TILLMAN QQ: If LJ Wei. 1 A Ml DST INTELLEI ITl 5 AL GWIN LEE COX DOUGLAS OUTLAW C? Q-3 sf- 'CZ' 1 43 MOST DEPENDABLE ELIZA BET H BROADHURST BOB TILLMAN UNDERCLASSME ffm 7 'J 4 . . i"'ii'-75 .-1 -A -,','f ,q-.-' ,. , 3,--1' 5.5 7-cr! - 1 "'575i3 ' 'Elf "1'?l1"--.."-hgfiv.-f4 3, Q--Lf"'.4 " f 4- vm-A 7411, A nf., "'gf?T'..-WEE? f A '- 'if-f frfe ?fiwf:15fzfw' ' +-1::1:gv'f1 1 Q .. Q", :..- " : -,gg.' .V -1 - . ' , ,, ,pq - ,r' . -A- - ' ', ff in f.,--,.' ,. h HM' ,,, ffnihffl, ' X! ' ,,.9' 1: .f ..-,M .1 1 , ,QM ' 1 .V z gfw""" Aww' .1-'lf "x, V I ' ' 4 . " If -fs.. 4, 3 ,.", 4 ,Law I , . I, gg. , , . 1 V.-W, V , N, W, '. " '. fy " fP.l:5w f - f ez. - N .ga + , 'rv "1 1 5 ,f-" w Y .' .cv x X JT: sw -Ti X 1 1 1 1 I 2' uf 5 4 I Wi sb , .uv 8 .33 5 ' n .Saw ,uv 1, . 4 'G - ...re President - - - Vice President HMI ITS T' ,, UNIOR CLASS ' ' ' GLENN DAIL - - -GRAY GEDDIE . Mwelw gi .,,T u1 X ff: d i Q, aims 'US Y...- lib' Secretary - - Treasurer - - IAQ... f-ss Ku li'iim1UH,Qi9'!ll -wzliwri with Slit' JIM ' " 'JUDY HOLMES - - - ANN SUTTON Sue Anderson Elnor Barwick Foye Best James Best Ross Blanton Betty Bracey Buddy Brown Eugene Bryan Glenda Cooke Glenn Dail Sarah Dall Carolyn Farmer Carl Fender Betsy Lee Flowers Buddy Flowers Gray Geddie Sankie Jean Glenn Martha Ann Hall Rochelle Hardy Clark Harrell Denny Hatcher Elizabeth Heath Reggie Hines Judy Holmes Betty Hontz Lewellyn Jackson Janice Johnson Jimmy Jones .aff an i, IN :dir 4-gs, 1 4' x , ,Q s :it s J 4? '1- Xu 'Yin' K ,QIFN Qs 1--be "'a,,, y xc.- ev N!-.a Myrtle Kennedy Jackie Lane Sylvia Lockamy Bobby Martin Laurie Ann Miller Russell Parker Richard Porter E. L. Rackley Kay Sasser Marty Ann Sauter Linda Lou Sullivan Dallas Sutton Tommy Sutton Ann Sutton Kay Sutton Nancy Warren Dallas Weaver William Weeks Annette Weeks Cecil Wells Glertnw ood Brodgen Betsy Cox Kay Flowers Linda Murray lla ' it' G' ,Q K . f ib Q-5 .ax YC' . , "'!"" xxx, , I Patsy Murphy 141 One of the Junior C1ass's many fund-raising activities is dances after basketball games, Shown here are a few teenagers enjoying the fun. Ml, A? - - - - - Eugenia Best - - - Earl Grimes Carolyn Barwick Mandy Beall Eugenia Best Nelson Bland Mary Bevan Boyd Gene Brewer Becky Britt Mary Ellen Broadhurst Kaye Brodgen Sandra Butler Linda Carter Mickey Davis 'i lm- A4 lg M Qs--...l Gr T-Cl 'qrff' Steve Denning Shirley Faucette Earl Grimes Glenda Goodson Betty Hardy Betty Harrell Elizabeth Herring Lrene Holmes Shelton Jackson Brenda Jones Earl Jones Joe Jones Bud King Roddy Knowles Carolyn Komegay Danny Kornegay Jimmy Kornegay Linda Kornegay Myatt Kornegay Bob Lane '95 'TK nun-r.... 'x swan... it 1...- it C5- T4 '2' i E "1"-,S ffhntx Eva English Lister . Dwight Lockamy Alton Malpass Harold May hmmy O Berry Ray Patten Mae Pearsal Deruus Raynor George Reaves Beverly Scarborough Jtmmy Skrpper Corky Smlth Patrrcla Smlth 49? Q an D C Summerlm il'-' Wm.. 1, 3...- Dwrght Sutton Ann Swlnson Bobby Jean Thompson Robert Thompson Bobby Troutman Paul Weaver Starkey Wells Brenda Westley Doyle Whitfield Gayle Williams Carol Wilson Florence Carol Wilson Laura Wolfe Jimmy Wood F R E S H M E N President ---------------- Cliff Phillips Secretary-Treasurer Vice President - - - - - - Dickie Reaves Brenda Smith 2, 1 . ""' " , itat..- " ' f P3 :Z 2473 vm 61 if iv i fl-X 5 L 'X f """1 :T Q, 'inf-4. 6' RUN Jack Anderson Kay Barber Faith Leigh Barber Mary Dell Barwick Ronald Barwick Judy Best Clayton Brock Charles Brogden Jimmy Byrd Betty Carroll Mike Carter Laviece Cox o :N 3 I 'k 4 , NOT SHOWN , Nw f , Earl Daniels Donald Davis Henrietta: Emerson Bill Farmer Susie Francis Julie Garrison Bill Franklin Al Geddie Haywood Hardy Jed Hargrove Linda Herring Sandra Herring Ralph Hinson La Rose Holland Alice Faye Holland Craig Jernigan Charles Jones Larry Jones Mary Lou Jones Nell Joyner Billy Kelly Doug Kelly Gladys Kornegay Buddy Kraft Carl Lane Royce Lane Ruth Lavergne Terry Lee Allene Lowe J, W. McClenny Mickey McClenny Carroll McCullen James McCullen Dan McPhail Margaret Millard Franklin Millard Lynn Odom Brunetta Outlaw Todd Parker Berry Pearsall Doris Jean Powell Linda Price Brenda Rackley Shelby Raynor Dickie Reaves Cliff Phillips Norma Reeves Jo-Jo Ricks Q1-. 4 QL... a Q Nrwvx iQ' ts J 1 .'4 'YN S-.. 75- Ti 'Qu -vu WIT' L, "C:"" fl is 5"--of GL' 'IS' kj. , Q-,J Q 57"-nr Q- Qff -X "T Q f , . ar s 'Tw f 1 ii. s.,7,- Q5 .,.r Wesley Reaves Paul Rose Paul Sasser Doug Simmons Brenda Smith Caroline Smith Diane Smith Gloria Stephenson Jimmy Strickland Brenda Sullivan Jenny Sutton Clara Swinson Joe Taylor Peggy Thompson Jody Thompson Jean Tillman Judy Vernon Keith Waller Mattie Weeks Al Whitfield Johnny Whitman Jackie Winstead Wanda Witherington Lillian MCCullen Here are a few of our active Freshmen building a huge snowman after one of our largest snow storms. ix 'i ,Q 1 nl I its Shown below are some of our Freshmen girls when they were Brownies. Recognize them? ' , gy 1 4 sk' fr ' 1.1 X' M1 .5 ,F ,. . -'ln - 'f ,Nl ' 'P 'H sc la 9 4 'xi l gli' V -.fi , J A " , en ' Q' 0 . -, -ry, .' vi' . : ffq- " ' h ' -A' 9 'gf ..g- If P ' 4 ' ' -' in , s ' A T - - , ., 5' 4 ' es 'f .fl 3.2 - -ff' A . - ,,4x, '.s.y:1 Q , ,,Yi'!."'f fi 1 I 1 4 2 - u K A -n 5 -A nfs: ' il. 2 'J 9 F o Wk vs9"' G ,ls A- ,. ,hc I 1 ' N2 ".' 3 Q A., ijfix, ' W " . , , .- '.fv,,,p5e,. f . ' N ,g X ' 'ik a '.,f, . -nf, ' ,l ,V ,, L ',, W X 353: 'gin'-.5 ' ,K Q. 'H , A. ,xy . K ,G 4 1 'H' 4 Q- Q ' -N '- ,yy rv' , , . , "L ' -. PI. - ff ',- 'ml . . , 1 .V ., I t , , A ' , f ' + , , .1 ' , 'fr - . r 5 is gf , . 4,3 - ,V V lit, . .W , F X fp- A .'.1a"ff" .i ' Q -fzgzgl ,F , 1. w I 1' .5 V' 1 Y ' - J . V n . ' - . Af, . W. n , , 5' .K I Q I n' '3 A ,' A 'M . '. 64 Rf " H fi- 'H Kathryn Kivette of Washington D.C. presented the United States flag to Mount Olive High School in the name of her granddaughter, Myatt Kornegay. Holding the flag is Mrs. Lillian Kornegay and Myatt Kornegay. Also pictured is Mr. H. I. Archer, principal. The flagbearers for 1960-1961 are Mamie Lou Williams, Florence Carol Wilson Shirley Faucette, and Norma Carole Sum- merlin, They look very attractive as they show off their new uniforms. These four girls play a very active part in all the school activities. OUTSIDE CTIVITIES MAKE if . if If 1 rl' ,-tarfff X 1 YMAA ' Q 1 . ff w 1 2 it I at 1 , Darby Whitman and Heinz Staude pre- pare a bulletin board for Miss Watkins, math instructor. This is one of the most popular projects of Mount Olive High School 3' students. This particular bulletin board is . ., very attractive and contains some good ad- ' vice, tv I 1' JY - 6,-' Q: kv nfs 9 The entries in the 1959-1960 Peace Speaking Contest were Penny Hume, Ralph Puckett, Baxton Flowers, Norma Carole Summerlin, Mary Hontz, Joey Robertson, and Gwin Lee Cox. First place winner was Baxton Flowers. Norma Cole Summerlin and Ralph Puckett tied for second place. as ' J Basketball season has arrived again. Coach Mc- Clenny goes over a few instructions with Sarah Dail, Nancy Warren, and Ann Swinson before practice be- ' ins g ' - f vt V all " X Abvh ,R lv lta - ,X UEPV for the most outstanding member of the Mount Olive High School Band. SCHQOL OREI TERESTING pt Mr. Cecil Winstead, Band President, awarded D. C. Summerlin Band. L S, F H l F Mr, Cecil Winstcad, Band Presi- dent, awarded Benny Smith a trophy l ll .N 1 In in it I2 N li lr! 'gf Il I l fi J 4 fy ,iii Li' VV, E. JI 2 E N 3 5 ll 'I if a trophy for the most valuable member of the Mount Olive High School r - 1 NT EVEN 7 Q32 'f-3 xx E239 Ann May, Varsity Queen, and Norma Carole Summerlin, Glenda Jones, Varsity Queen Attendants, are shown as they were at half- time ofthe Homecoming game. Glenda Jones was chosen by the Daugh- ters ofthe American Revolution to receive the D, A,R, citizenship award. Glenda and her mother were honored by taking a tour of Tryon Palace at New Bern, North Carolina. Mary Frances Lowder was crowned Miss Holiday Season at the Hotel Goldsboro. She was presented a necklace by the Iunior Chamber of Commerce. F K . 1 X , X X , X4 Y 0 The Senior girls of Mount Olive High School were given an opportunity to par- ticipate in the National Betty Crocker I-lomemakers Contest. Ann Byrd was the winner and will be eligible to enter the state contest. She will receive an award on Awards Day. Basketball games are very popular with the students at Mount Olive High School. Pictured above are a few of students who attended one ofthe games. An ice cream stand was opened this year to provide refreshments at recess for the students of Mount Olive High School. The proceeds of this new project go to the school fund. - s N. NIOR PLAY - CLASS OF 1961 H. Here the play cast is seen performing one of their most delightful scenes in the three-act comedy. "Raggedy Nan. " This production was one of the best that has ever been per- formed on the Mount Olive High School stage. Mrs. Tommie Ferrell and Miss Sarah Smith were the considerate directors of this performance. Ann Byrd was the stage prompter. t tg Wssf tt If .A 5,5451 x " 3" Q if ga 2 4 L 2' .Z 2 fl5Af,.5:i5"j.:Qig:. A 1. ' W f was azz T 41 3. 2" ' J'-'few . 54 f aff- EV . ,f . . 1 f , ,:. . a y 31.- ,,2,.alx: 'rg-Q. Q1 ... -. E K- 5 L If ,. , ' . -- ' I, Y , f,.'. ',', 5-agfh. . . S . . f 'fs.."Qn,,4 ,. . 4 , 'wi f 'A .u-5 '- , 11. 1 g 1 2151 .H J 4 14. 1 ',i,rl , ",A".,l':J , '- . I J ' NRAGGEDY Here is the complete play cast of "Raggedy Nan." Left to right are Kay Casey, Ralph Puckett, Bruce Emmerson, Lynette Smith Millard Turnage, Bob Tillman, Norma Carole Summerlin, Woody Best, Glenda Sasser, and Ann May. ,yy JY - ll, IQ'- . 1' 'pf JA, 3,350-,,m? S? 41 'J '- 'fg..' '-MG-"el .4'?. Hr at uff,+.1fQ.b I A" ' I 1 .e. , i',-4,9 Qs, .. .-.7. 4. ff' . Alai' ,Z-1 'ff ,Y .-' ,L 1,4 2. . -'-'! . 'r .gl 1 :+I 1,5 Q, ,lBQf: . . - 1 A L,"'f5- ""'3'v':f" -fanf- .'f+,w,+a 1"P'-Q fp. A- 'Q f"p4 ,X 1Y,.fyP1'!:-R7 . .QQ 'lgigili' if .S.j,u.l,tjw,fs.k'jt - U, , , 1- fff,'1fs-ff sf"i4...- '76-!.'UBse, Q-"'r" W. 1.8 ' af ,. . ,, , x "Fad-'1 la t af' 1. ',. 55,515 ia. This is one of the dramatic scenes from our play, "Raggedy Nan." Woody Best seems to be getting the attention of Norma Carole Summerlin and Ann May. UNIOR - SENIOR A formal dance followed the lunior-Sen- ior Banquet. The New Bern High School dance band provided the dance music. The Hawaiian scene added to the enchantment of the evening. The time spent decorating for this occasion was worth while for the evening was a great success. The Juniors and Seniors are enjoying themselves at their lovely Hawaiian banquet. We owe many thanks to our grade-representatives and parents for the preparation of this wonderful event. y Left to right are Laurie Ann Miller, Nancy War ren, Betsy Lee Flowers, Sarah Dail, Betty Bracey, and Myrtle Kennedy. Standing are Tommy Sutton Glenn Dail, Eugene Bryan, Richard Porter, Gray Geddie, and Reggie Hines. These underclassmen were chosen by the Junior class to serve as waiters and waitresses at our beautiful Hawaiian banquet. REPRESENTATIVE 'K' Glenda Sasser was chosen by the Future Q EENS Miss Ann May was chosen Varsity Queen by the 1960 football squad. She was crowned at the Homecoming football game. Farmers of America as their 1960-61 Fut ure Farmers of America Queen. all ij if 21 Mary Frances Lowder represented Mount Olive High School in the Christmas parade at Goldsboro. She was chosen Miss Holiday Season for 1960. After the crowning she was honored at a supper at the Hotel Goldsboro. al r""" rv' MARSHALS Gwin Lee Cox, Chlef Peggy Price Ralph Puckett Ann Sutton Judy Holmes Douglas Outlaw Betsy Cox Carole Wilson D. C. Summerlin "1 Cv '45 55 ,1 .-."" ' f'-setiq . " 'Y"" X. 'M " 'sf w. X ' ,age ,rm f, If sf, 'TTI' rl., , I :six , 1961 MO Hard-working editorial staff Peggy Price and Glenda Sasser make future preparations for the next shipment. Much concentration and accuracy are essential and determining factors for this job. W ,. ...,i,,,,,, i ...M K' Preparations for the 1961 MOHI took many hours of hard work. Conducting an A aggressive subscription cam- i fr paign, planning layouts, writing copy, checking names, and typing all de- manded serious concentra- tion on the part of the edi- tors, business staff, and typists to bring you the 1960-61 year in review. Enthusiastic typists, Ann Stephens, head, Lynette Smith, Dorothy Wood, and Hayward Adams, work overtime to meet deadlines. Their hard work has been very essential in the preparation of the 1960-61 MOHI. -. -4 .- cHI TAF F Business Manager, Mamie Lou Williams, and circulation manager, Glenda Jones, check in receipts of advertisements. These girls not only worked during the school term, but also contributed much of their time dur- ing the summer. Their job is a never end- ing task of daily management. 5 1 Proofreaders, Gwin Lee Cox and Gladys Cooke, are seen here as they check over the last shipment of copy sheets. Proofreading of stencil sheets is vitally important in the successful production of an annual. From right to left, chief art ed- itor, Tommy Carroll and assist- ants, Millard Turnage, Jimmy Weeks, and Nolan Wiggins are hard at work designing the 1960-61 yearbook. lub Q' I MOU T OLIVE HIGH SCHOOL it lr, A as Z1'-1 ,, ..... i W l 5 The Mount Olive High School marching band participates in various parades. They handsomely rep- resent Mount Olive High School at the football games with their formations and music at half-time. We are proud to say that our band won first place at the Armistice Day parade at Warsaw, North Carolina. Members of the band are as follows: Ann Stephens, Warren Lastier, Lloyd Hontz, Darby Whitman, Barbara Eason, Ann Sutton, Randy McCullen, Tony Winstead, Debbie Boyd, D. C. Summerlin, Bill Mathis, Gayle Williams, Leviece Cox, Kay Sutton, Johnny Cobb, Jackie Winstead, Janice Johnson, Buster Redman, Benny Smith, Douglas Outlaw, Reid Eason, Diane Lee, Judy Barwick, Mike Carter, and 1.044 Gleenwood Brogden . OL QVC RCHI G BAND The high-stepping majorettes add beauty and talent to our band. Betsy Cox, head, has done a com- mendable iob instructing Betty Smith, Becky Troutman, Betsy Lee Flowers, Brenda Smith, Mary Bevan Boyd, Diane Smith, and Susie Fran- cis. The flagbearers accom- pany the Mount Olive High School Band in all the ac- tivities that the band par- ticipates in. They are Mamie Lou Williams, Shirley Faucette, Florence Carole Wilson, and Norma Carole Summer- lin. DRUM MAJOR Our newly appointed Drum Major is Douglas Outlaw. I-le has played a very important role in this year's band activities 1 .A- . lm, A 1 l f , Jfidfgg 211 CLEE CL B I E . v 1 -fmuai if lw wh 2 H M: . 1 L 1 4 CV i 5? '3Z"'1i'N V2 ' , J ' wi' El V vfgglylfx ' " -a e ' F F 34 " T ff ' N' it ' 4 v Liz? I 4:31 4 Q1-,A xv .lr K AY. M 4 4 5 y. l :pri " " J' -" . - 'mv ff. ' K ,N v g i Q S , 5 ,lf ,I fi If -flat ow ,.. f',,., ,L f , F A we K 3.1. , -Q A ' 9 I , .6 ' 'A ni A :cj ' Sai ff! ,' ax,-' ' 4 ,Q - litre: -Q 1-'55 4 V 1' K 6 . Q: :ff 5 if if '41 if Our school is very proud of the newly organized Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. W. I. Flowers, The eighty-voice Glee Club has performed at Assemblies, P,T,A, meetings, and oommencements. Since this club has been formed, it meets twice a week during activity period. During this time much has been accomplished through the co -operation of the students. l .al , V.,-.7 V. , . 5 -,Q J" WN' - ,. F ' IQ 5. 1' '..' i H . it s , ' , ,savi gl - gg at 3.13, it . ., f ' :Y :ifpw .te . 1 , f. ' , I Q- , . 'QP ,.- . 'V' . TA ,. I L' . v QQ-:Kit ' T X 4 vice presidentg Mamie Lou Williamsg president. The officers of the Glee Club are Norma Carole Summer- ling, reporterg Ann May, secretary-treasurer, Betty Bracey, ., Standing are the librarians: Betsy Lee Flowers, Ann Ste- phens, Judy Vernon, Linda Murray, Shirley Faucette, and Lynette Smith. ,s EE ii Mrs. W. J. Flowers, Glee Club Director, and Beverly Scarborough, accompanist, are seen rehearsing for their next session. We are very grateful to Mrs. Flowers for her contribution of time and effort in forming the Glee Club. XX B if HP IRS 1,40 M EN1 il I BETA CLUB l' mm ani M- Q11 Ur N Jose, These are the Senior members of the Beta Club, which are at the present drawing up a new constitution with the intentions of taking in new members soon. F One of their many projects is typing the school menus each week. They have many fund li. raising projects toward their annual social. .- '4 ,ll SCIENCE CLUB 'QS 'N ., ,,, g . Ki. Q 'wh 2 ' 0 1 D l Y' 5 lift l ff' Shown above is the newly formed Science Club with their advisor, Mr. L. M. Ed- wards. They have taken a trip to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where they visited the things of scientific interest at the University, w , ' l 2 I E Z P FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA lla' . '13 -fir rip, The Future Farmers of America must know the different parts of a tractor. Above Ralph Hinson is pointing out and explaining in detail the parts of a tractor. Carroll McCullen and James McCullen listen attentively in order to further their knowledge of mechanical devices. This knowledge is extremely important in today's modern world of machinery. The officers of the Future Far- mers of America are: James Best, vice president, Eugene Bryan, presi- dent, Russell Parker, treasurer, Dal- las Weaver, secretary, Gene Brewer and Earl Grimes, reporters. ff'-. 'A Joe Thomas is looking with in- terest as Hayward Hardy operates the electric drill press in the agri- cultural building. This is one of the many helpful trainings that the boys receive under the direction of their instructor, Mr. W. O. Wood. Asif N5 IIT FUTURE HGME AKERS GF AMERICA One of the many things learned in Home Economics III is home nursing. This is an extra course given for the benefit ofthe students. Cindy Rowe is demonstrating with Norma Carole Summerlin how to take the temperature of someone sick. "rf I Many girls take Home Economics, I, ll, and III. Here Miss Mabel Robertson is explaining how to place the pattern on the material to a group of Sophomore girls. She also gives many helpful suggestions to the girls on sewing. L4 I I ' 5 1 . I an-in I 'tr lil I ll f- i' I qvyil I init, y 1 I las ll V13 WD. Betty Harrell is showing Gayle Williams and Brenda Wesley how to operate this new sewing machine, recently purchased for the Home Eco nomics Department. 'a-122,92 it I E I i ""-s... ""'-Q. . .. ,., ' Mfrs --n . ...,,,, ' '-"'-.-..,.,.,, - '-"van-,,,,., ' '- A . ., ..au .--f ,,.. a. I 'fig 2544 Y ..'!! l Every girl needs to know how to cook. There is no better place to learn than in the Home Economics Department, 1 1 BUS DRIVERS 1 M""': ' f' L 's These are the bus drivers of our seven ' buses. They do an excellent job in bring- lg ing students to and from school. Safe driving and a good sense of respon- ' sibility are the basis on which the drivers are chosen . E They are Jimmy Smith, Ray Weeks, 1 Jimmy Jackson, Kay Casey, Glenda Sasser, Martha Ann Hall, and Elnor Barwick, I i l J K - wifqq-.4 V' As the bell rings hungry students rush through the line where they receive their lunch in cafeteria style, This new arrangement proves the stu- J with friends. dents to be responsive to a change in rou- , tine. This time is well-spent in socializing V 'J J It 1 it l. r OUR LUNCH ROOM Mrs. Alma Brock, Mrs. Sally Hardy, and Mrs. Pearl Manley are the capable staff un- der the supervision of Miss Althea Herring, who do an excellent job of preparing our well-balanced meals each day. w- ? L' V, , 1 S Sl S! l,l 2 , 3 i ,, 45 whiff Sf!! E E is 3? 0 Au l 31 il!! ig - if . sr Y' , ii , 1 ' 55 . I Y S A :. fl f 'v Q' s.,2' 'Qi 2 J- . fi F 11-71 , , 1 , 1 iv' This year there are four senior players on the team. They were L. B. Brewer, Les Ipock, Woody Best, and Pete Thomas. All four players saw a lot of action and aided us quite a bit in our 1960 season. FOGT Assistant Coach Jimmy Williams and Head Coach Dave McClenny go over football plays for the coming game. Coach Williams is a newcomer to Athletic department and proved to be a large help to Coach McC1enny. Coach McClenny was chosen, last year, to be "Coach of the Year" for the single class A conference. I Qt 'Ms 'f .A is Q cr SQUAD BALL 1 Manager Dickie Reaves assisted Coach McC1enny and Coach Williams during the season. Dickie had a big job to do and he did it wonderfully. 'Q 1 f' . Q I Yr.: Y . Y ,xx fs 1 ' KKI. il O 1 .. - ' 1 K I , A V :'-I 'l H' 5 . A 'Nwnj M W 1 r LES IPOCK L. B . BREWER :Q PETE THOMAS FOYE BEST lf? Q. .f ' JAMES BEST RICHARD PORTER 1 5, K mga' W , .jr t Z K WOODY BEST I BILLY TROUTMAN fix as BOBBY MARTIN "Ss fav EUGENE BRYAN O-O 'H I . v' ,cd fly- GLEN DAIL 4 'g..4,1.4-nm s " , fn , ,. NN, ., ,. ks TOMMY SUTT Lix 1 Q "1 Wa r A I ' rc - J -' ,. A-'..-s Lg it - "ft EEE' f:':,f. 11.4. Mount Olive 263 Richlands O, 1. 9X 'x I 'A ' A v' , xj f . I I - f L-1?i1,w'. ,ye-A E! ff f If" W bf - 'W ,954 -ff? 7-aff.-,. rw: gf kim 4- f-L-'lffwf 1q, fafff:f, 33, V -J, A I D 1 f f ' xf'f,' .1 ,, 3" '. 153 , V-.1-. 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X fl sfzzfytfff' K5i'fPf"i -Pew.. tif v 1' lwnrwawmwm-.nm '7' ?"""'N 1. f".'v'a.:-'fa '-',w,g-gfrgp-, 3. g "' '1' 2- . A Af 9: . .y rf f - I . j .1 5 Q! ' 7. ' n o ' to 1 ' 1 . ,Q it 'N 'J - my ' f L 'N - JIMMY BYRD ACTIO stop a Farmville player. Mount Olive 24 Farmville 6 JOE TAYLOR GEORGE REAVES LL FRANIKLIIN 1 Y 1 - . J 'ie ' '1' iw ' - - BI . 79 w N f A F MK . X' 1 'E' , F' , . . fc-S ..' 4 zr- - .5 .,,. Corky Smith grabs a Shauott player as they defeat them 40-7. VARSITY QUEEN ANN MAY vt fl ,K . 0010 Hsu .. mv.,- yl. i 5 2? Yr H f. 'P' A'l"I'li X IM NTS Attendants, Miss Norma Carole Surnnuerlin and ' Miss Glenda Jones wave tothe football fans as they t ride off the field Homecoming night, The Varsity Queen and the two Attendants were chosen by the members ofthe football squad. i A vi ,A:M,Z.,,, fy rl. SUMMERLIN 3 , ,f J if , V U 4T":'L'- MJ Varsity Sittings f 'fQC'r'i 1 Tit? ag , 3 l I Ann Carol May smiles as last year's Varsity Queen, it am me lt i l, 'c . I --gli . L I Jane Clifton, crowns her Varsity Queen of 1960. In voting for the queen the football players con- l sider appearance, personality, and character in the M' A girls they choose, it it It 5 1, Q, GLENDA JONES ip xi :' ' w ,I . i -m Coach Dave McClenny and Norma Carole Summerlin hold the trophies just presented them for winning the Southern Conference and Wayne County Tournament. Miss Summerlin is the only senior girl on the team. The "Champs" smile as their picture is snapped while holding up their trophies. The girls received large trophies for the conference and the tournament and individual trophies. .ATHLETHI ASSGCIATION Sankie Jean Glenn, Norma Carole Summerlin and Ann Carole May. These girls were responsible for decorating the football field for all home games. Also they were in charge of Homecoming night and all the decorations that were needed. There are two more mem- bers of the Association that are not pictured. They are: Kay Casey and Sarah Dail. CHEERLEADERS Dorothy Wood, Carolyn Farmer, Mrytle Kennedy, Mandy Beall, Beverly Scar- borough, chief, Lynette Smith, Carole Wilson, Allene Lowe, Lyn Odom, Eva English Lister, and Caroline Smith. The cheerleaders led by Lynette Smith did a wonderful job cheering at all the football games. T :GQ fx' vu, WQJQUQ, ev, . -. JR 6 ' , Q.,-W lc , 1 'S' ' ' ' f z rib 9 1, I 5 BECK-Y Bm-T LAURA woLF BEVERLY SCARBOROUGH v R Q SANKIE IEAN GLEN ALLENE LOWE BASKETBALL Coach McC1enny outlmes a play for captain Norma Car ole Summerlin. N 1 ww Xp' fi Q 'W 5 . X E i I - l x Jiffy. ,. WWI' ' my A' 1 -Q t,"i:111? 'VM' V E 5 ' 'Q 1 1, E 'E 'E I , Sw riff' x :A 4 K .,.,--4 7 Qs. ff ",x"f.", , 4 BRYCE MORRISON 1961 - BOYS' BASKETB LL SQUAD: Andy Wells, Earl Grimes, Gene Brewer, D. C. Summerlin, Dallas Sutton, Gray Geddie, Bryce Morrison, Bud King, L. B. Brewer, Les lpock, Coach Williams, Larry Jones, Foye Best, Roddy Knowles, Doug Simmons, Ross Blan- ton and Dickie Reaves. LES IPOCK L. B. BREWER j in Coach Williams talks to Captains Les lpock and L. B. Brewer about vari ous points of the game. GRAY GEDDIE ROSS BLANTON FOYE BEST The four senior players on the team are Bryce Morrison, Les Ipock, Andy Wells and L. B. Brewer, These players showed excellent ability and helped our season to come out fairly well. . EP?" 'INK l THRILLS WE REMEMBER , s. ,wr V ' H-' ' Dallas Sutton takes a foul shot after being fouled by a New Hope player. L. B. Brewer, number 32 gets ready for the rebound. 1 L. B. Brewer tries to guard the North Duplin players as they rush down the court. Bryce Morrison lends a helping hand. l w M22 1.8! L X, it l W Mount Olive boys and New Hope boys line up for a jump ball. L. B. Brewer jumps while Bryce Morrison, Gray Geddie and Les Ipock line up to get that ball. Q 1960 BASEBALL r' . rw O r if 1, as at ff 5, ...., T! ' 'l g -my 1 , K X . - ' 39' M M V ' af ,, 9 ,X , B, - f I, , X K X nom!! 11 N D I r ,fy y X v N QQ MVA 5 , , I I Z , x ,Qt-, K 3' A-0 t, R., ,J """"" Y SQUAD: THIRD ROW, left to right: Bud King, Corky Smith, Dwight Sutton, Roddy Knowles, Gene Brewer, Doyle Whitfield, Jimmy Wood, William Weeks. SECOND ROW: Pete Thomas, Jack Anderson, Steve Denning, Reggie Hines, Eugene Bryan, Tommy Sutton, Richard Porter, Earl Grimes, Woody Best, Bryce Morrison, Phil Faucette, Jimmy Reaves, Dallas Sutton, Andy Wells, Benny Smith and Joseph Caviness. Q t ,, , --f 'ww A 'S- . A I , V if -V, Ii--. ggvsggassgg aa-P: Q., -fa--- - 'V W Y YY N' 'Z' Benny Smith gets ready to hit a long one from pitcher Doyle Whitfield. ,S S 5'- f xf 1' -t - -pc-at Benny Smith goes I up to bat again while catcher Joseph Caviness gets ready. Looking on are Andy Wells, Jimmy Wood, and Gene Brewer. r Pete Thomas just does make it as Tommy Sutton receives the ball. That was a close one, even in practice. xx l N f i Kat-Qfiiliii A W l Ji 40 L s hN,.'?o 'H L. mi Alix X : 3,- K ' ' X sz""'i""" ,ww 510' J5- -Qf' 5 ', Avon 1. "Uv-"'-1-v 'lv wr-s-nc.,4- elv- ' mv' .1-f", .:fu- ' TP! mf-Linkin -, -' DUFIQUDP Zrflirldcnf-+P! T S CALYPSO PLYWOOD COMPANY RETAIL LUMBER YARD Dial OL 8-2542. Large Enough To Serve You Not Too Large to Know You." "'u'H'.':ll"'N N' , -. l.'.'ll...t..l N 5 l',',' f",' fx' Ng fdf ..', .RN NNN it D if X' A ff' ' '- 'NX 'Z S, ig' lx 7 l M. N" N. .f' JOHN PATTERSON FURNITURE COMPANY Dial OL 8-3151 Nlount Olive, N. C. IF CLINIC DRUG COMPANY Phone OL 8-2239 Mount Olive, N. C. A Good Drug Store" M.C.S. CHERRY 81 SON 61 Years of Continuous Service Insurance of All Kinds Phones: Office, OL 8-2329 Residence, OL 8-2976 Mount Olive, N. C. GENE LEE FOOD TOWN Mt. Olive, North Carolina "You've Shopped the Rest Now Shop at the Best" WAYNE GLASS 8. TIRE CO. Quality Recapping - Glass Installation Firestone Tires - Delco Batteries Pittsburg Glass Telephone OL 8-3956 Mt. Olive, N, C MOUNT OLIVE FLORAL COMPANY "Mignonett's Personal Touch" Telephone OL 8-2217 Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of YOUNG FASHIONS Junior Deb in Balcony 105 South Center Goldsboro, N. C. RUSSELL KELLY MOTORS NEW AND USED CARS We Buy, Sell, Trade, Finance, Service Complete Sinclair Service Telephone OL 8-3309 Highway 117 Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of GENERAL INSURANCE 115 South Center Street Mount Olive, N. C. G. GLANTON BARWICK Compliments of LEWIS DRUG CO. Telephone OL 8-2467 Prescription Specialists E. J. POPE 8. SON Coal - Fuel Oil - Gasoline -- Motor Oils Greases P.O. Box 134 - Phone OL 8-2470 Mt. Olive, North Carolina M4 m r 1 MOUNT OLIVE PRINTING COMPANY 133 South Center Street Phone OL 8-3571 Mount Olive, N. C. TOWN AND COUNTRY GAS CO., INC. L. P. BULK and BOTTLED GAS Serving Eastern Carolina From - Goldsboro - Fremont - Selma Kinston and Tarboro Tappan Distributor CITY MOTOR SALES ZOO West Ash Street Goldsboro, N. C. Owners N. LEAMON GURLEY F. W. WEEKS "Where Quality and Satisfaction Counts" KOR-VIN MEN'S WEAR Goldsboro, N. C. "Establishing a Tradition in Men and Young Men's Clothing for This Area" Shop at Compliments of LEDER AND SAVE Gifts for Every Occasion 125 West Walnut Street Goldsboro, N. C. Dial RE 4-0975 Watches by Bulova Elgin Hamilton Croton Jewelry and Watch Repairs Appliances by General Electric Sunbeam Philco Zenith Your Store of Fashion, Quality and Service WElL'S Serving You and Yours 96 Years Goldsboro, N. C. WORLEY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 156 S. Center Street - REpublic 4-0845 P. O. Box 427 Goldsboro, N. C. -'- THIGPEN-FICKEN INSURANCE AGENCY Insure s Automobile s, Hail Hospitalization, Liability and Life 101 East Main Street Mount Olive, N, C. If "f Q R "For the friendliest Q ' I ,,, personality and best food ' 51 ' in town, visit sM1TTY's , DRIVE-IN and TASTEE-FREEZE Q daily" Highway 117, Mount Olive, N C RELMA M. SMITH Operator EVAN'S ABATTOIR DARWIN and JOHN EVANS, Owners and Operators Custom Slaughtering and Wholesale Meats Mount Olive, North Carolina Day Phone OL 8-3825 Ni ght Phone OL SUMMERLIN ELECTRIC SERVICE GENERAL ELECTRIC Sale s and Se rvice General House Wiring and Electrical Contractors Congratulations, Seniors CASH DRUG CO. Goldsboro, North Carolina Best Wishes From GIDDENS JEWELRY Goldsboro, North Carolina 4 Compliments of EDWARDS YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 200 North Center Street Goldsboro, N. C. Best Wishes, Seniors PERRY HALL'S GROCERY 404 South Center Street Mount Olive, N. C. nm Compliments of YELLOW ROSE DOG FOOD South Center Extension Phone, OL 8-2281 or OL 8-2323 Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of P, L. SASSER'S GROCERY Smith Chapel Road Mt. Olive, N. C. Congratulations , Seniors HOME FURNITURE CO. 118 East Main Street 1VIount Olive, N. C. S 5 X MT. A MEAT 1,65 'SSD J ee ouve fze4v56Ef - ,,.g,,q, FCX b W7 Q STORE .- -.L,.- ,kr X .iff X Feed, Seed, and Fertilizer Mount Olive, N. C. Mount Olive, N. C. XY XA CLIFTON GDDILEYEAII TIRE SERVICE Goodyear Tires Highway 117 Mount Olive, N. C. GINN LUMBER CO. 200 south 9,01 6 M4759 Chestnut Street .. ' 4K Mount Olive, N. C. 0 .xS!I' -i:,, GRlFFIN'S Bar-Be-Cue Pig and Chicken We Serve Parties Anywhere Goldsboro, N. C, Goldsboro, N. C. To Keep in Style and RALPH FAILIS GROCERY Up-to-Date Top O H111 Adam sville To Get the Best for Your Money Shop at the Hub SAM JERNIGAN Sr SONS, INC. 2101 E. Ash St. Better Furniture at Better Prices Goldsboro, N. C. 3il?E!Q?1f HEILIG-MEYERS 1 .2 A 15 V1 7 - V A Your Home Deserves the Best in 5- J Quality and Appearance pp f 1 f,,.'i' Goldsboro, N. C. K. 'Ei-fafifl BRANCH BANKING rin N TRUST co. Qiw' Member of F. D. 1. c. c , J! 51 i Goldsboro, North Carolina Lo o W. R. JENNETTE FURNITURE COMPANY Quality Furniture Since 1917" Mount Olive, N. C. l l I J HASTY PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY Phone OL 8-2584 - OL 8-2416 Mount Olive, North Carolina Q1 AL ,hm Ms- CDNTRAGTQRS I 1 Q 1 I I T ALBERT'S r 4 I "Where the Young Folks Go for an After School Refreshment" Center Street I Mount Olive, N. C. 1 ETHEL'S SI-IOPPE The Ladies' and Chilc1ren's Shop Mount Olive - OL 8-3118 Warsaw - 621 GODWIN WATCH Compliments of D F Your local authorized Benrus ' ' Watch dealer. The Watch that JR, is unconditionally guaranteed for three years. Mount Ohve' N' C' "Reliable Watch Repair" MOUNT OLIVE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY BUILDERS Mount Olive, N. C. SEPA... "LET'S BUILD" , Ame ,G ' I f of 2 - E? i ria PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Providing a Means of Coordinating the Interest, Energies, and Leadership of a Community in an Inclusive Program for Child and Civic Welfare. JESSIE1S PM-Agukfl FLOWER SHOP l ' MRS. A. N. MARTIN, JR. KADIS Owner R: 105 East Main Street Mount Olive, N. C. Phone OL 8-2209 Mount Olive, N. C. Phone OL 8-2047 - gg .E 5 U3 UTILITY J Rf-PM I A GEDDIE HARDWARE co. THSSZTHT Co' I 102 North Center E X R5 A Street IX X X iyy' f ' WL XX Mount Olive, N. C. V Breazeale Avenue ,lll M ...-5211. Phone OL S-2668 "" I fr Better Values at JOHN R. W. P. Lg SMITH s MARTIN EXTRA - A STORE f I Esso SERVICE S S FOR Phone OL 8-2238 YOU! U North Center Street Q Mount Olive, N. C. Mt. Olive, N. C. ll K7 Congratulations, Seniors PAINT AND APPLIANCES Mount Olive, N. C. D. T. C43 :sg Q Ygurihmoatey S Q lOl North Center treet .E ea I W7 ' v- -: .:5?5:1"'s,, P Mount Olive , N . C . Compliments of SMITH BROTHERS Dudley, N. C. CENTER THEATER North Center Street Mount Olive, North Carolina Phone OL 8-253 6 Compliments of BEST 8. WEST MEN'S SHOP 127 East Walnut Street Goldsboro, N. C, Phone RE 4-0866 LAKEVIEW TRAILER SALES "Check the Difference" Goldsboro, North Carolina Dial RE 4-1172 It BOB ROBBINS ' Su. ,.l-"fi ..- Lv' H 21:1 -.1,B,i 1 gl f ij i-ji 5? Owner " " " ' ATM' i566,7 'H3,'I'EeYV33rl:ile?a1'd t iggzgyf t I j Pwf ' J ON SERVICE "More Power to You" , z ALBRITTON'S I Highway 117 North ' xv" Mount Olive, North Carolina Dial OL 8-3638 Means Only the MOST "Gifts That Last! " MICKEY'S PASTRY SHOP Phone RE 4-4741 212 North Center Street ISAACS KAHN "The Big Furniture Store on ,. ,,. .,f C e nte r St r e et" 9? - GQ 3 W S 5, JBREAD I un . Gif 'c "21f"'7f'Tw1Ta111i-EE 'J CT old S 13 O I' O , C Goldsboro N C EM! k , .c. I ,C 1 E -fp 1' 'Qt soon fool F Compliments of fgj fa ,, 227- Q J-L r BANK or .jd YP A ' X CANNON'S -v."'f J MT. OLIVE WC-Zigi? pb f BAR-B-Q l-- fl Mount Olive, N. C. Q' Mount Olive, N. C. X Q .Q.L:gm.'V I - Best Wishes MOUNT OLIVE From AUTO PARTS DON B. WARD , AND Mount Olive, N, C. Lawyer SAVE AAAT Compliments of Congratulations, Seniors LITTLE GEM SIMMON'S BARBER SHOP HARDWARE Best Wishes, From Best Wishes From RAYMOND'S C. O. WHITLEY FRUIT STAND Lawyer . BEN FRANKLIN REALTY 8: Comphments of coNsTRUCT1oN COMPANY KENNEDY'S GROCERY , Telephone OL 8-3942 or OL 8-2002 Smith Chapel Road , , Mount Olive, North Carolina Compliments of , Compliments of WITHERINGTON- THOMPSON ROY OUTLAW INSURANCE AGENCY Dudle N C Charles E. Thompson Y' ' ' Compliments of .IACK'S ESSO SERVICE Compliments of 900 E. Ash Street H Sr L AMOCO SERVICE Goldsboro, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. Open 7 'til 12 Compliments of Compliments of PATE-DAWSON MOTOR CO., INC CASEY'S LAUNDRY Sr CLEANERS Goldsboro, N. C. I Goldsboro, N. C. Dial RE 4-2411 BIRD OIL COMPANY Whole sale Distributors Gasoline, Kerosene, Motor Oils, and Coal 4 R Rifl 1 Q 'I Mount Olive, N. C. Q Day Phone OL 8-2257 i Night Phone OL 8-2275 .1 ii E: IZ. '31 gg .- 11 1 E7 11- Z? f w i Q 2 ,, - ,L ig Serving You for """ 'g 'QT-P1 M il. -'V Y I ri.. S. Thirty-five Years" Dealers in All Kinds of Grain Phone OL 8-3 850 MOUNT OLIVE GRAIN STORAGE CO., INC. - Can Handle in B Facilities for Grain Drying ulk or Bags Night Phone OL 8-3837 MEN'S APPAREL SHOP X I ll7 South Center St. f s Mt. Olive, N. C. BILL PATTERSON FURNITURE COMPANY East Main National Known Bra d Mt. Olive, N. C. OL 8-2322 I Men's Wear MOUNT OLIVE Zmfzzq Qmcacbc X STYLE SHOP ANNETTE H SUTTON 1 ' Ladies' and Childrens Q 'I Wearing Apparel ,- t Mount Olive - Phone 3205 - N. C. 8 - GROCERY COM: THE QQ ni W3 COLLEGE if Pontiac DRIVE-IN fX ELLIS MOTOR SALES, INC. ,lNjQi2ilA ffl'.C 9 C! C . E I Ng X ' P 4 My .If A110141 ls- Y J Electr' l Applia Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of TYN DALL FUNERAL HOME, INC. Telephone OL 8-2303 "im :L 3 --E- ir-r-'gjkg r-'. BETTER GROCERIES EB at Qt . gn P . PERCY J. BRlTT'S W ,,,i,,.!, , smith Chapel Read -m ' 4 X 1 1 ' -- by J MQUNT OLIVE TRIBUNE for "The Best News" South Church St. all .:w,u?.Q, Xwlvlfd i !ll'5if5i f x ,L P , , MURRAY SUPPLY COMPANY "A Q iv Custom Grinding - Mixing ...av W ., rv MJ.-f" ' Buyers of Corn, Small Grain and Soybeans Olive, N. C. Dial OL 3-2529 MOUNT OLIVE PICKLE CO. "Pickle Capital of the South" A to-K - X XXX K g KV X ,NN 4, BELK TYLERS of Olive Is the Place to Buy Good Values at the Right Price Shop There Today Compliments of R. B. WARREN COAL 8: OIL Phone OL 8-2561 Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of GLENN 8. MARTIN DRUG CO. Phone OL 8-2165 Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of CLYDE REAVES SEEDS 1 FERTILIZERS Compliments Visit WESTERN A. C. HATCH AUTO for ASSOCIATE STORE General Merchandise Mt. Olive, N, C. I-I. J. MORRIS, Proprietor Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of LOWE'S FIRESTONE Dial OL 8-2919 Mount Olive, N. C. MT. OLIVE LIVESTOCK MARKET For Free Hauling or for Daily Prices Dial OL 8-3134 J. I-I. DRAUGI-ION AND C. O. SYKES Owners and Operators Goldsboro Highway ASH ST. PHARMACY YOur Neighborhood Drug Store RE 5-1827 814 E. Ash Street Your Local Jewelers CREECH'S FURNITURE STORE Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of COZART PACKING COMPANY, INC Goldsboro, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. N. Center St. Goldsboro, N. C. emembe' Compliments of AMERICAN BANK Members of the F. D. I. C. Goldsboro, N. C. DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY "Machinery - Mill Supplies" Goldsboro, N. C. Phone RE 5-2421 BRYAN AUTO SALVAGE, INC. 'Where Customers Send Their Friends' Hwy. 117 South - Goldsboro, N. C. Dial RE 5-1456 LEON A. BRYAN SETH B. HOLLOWELL OIL COMPANY Plant Location Goldsboro, N. C, Adamsville Dial RE 4-5493 X C 1, t f Music AND SPORTS omp imen s o 202-204 E, Wainuf street ROBINSON'S C 4, "It Pays to Play" -' Goldsboro, N. C. l , Pianos and Organs Musical Instruments Sporting Goods Goldsboro, N. C. Dial RE 4-2871 KRAFT'S STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY r Ula Y ,R iv 'M' i , X , WILSON MOTOR CO. 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