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

 - Class of 1963

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We have pictured, here and there, Mount Olive, "The Pickle Capital of the South," and the people who live here. We have tried to convey the activities of the past year, and we invite each and everyone of you to share our brief moments of glory and of trial and error. However, time and space prevent us from picturing all the mem- ories that were packed into this full year. The Staff, however, has furnished only the outline of the story that we find when we turn these pages. The rest is provided by the individuals. It is not today that you will appreciate the MOHI. Tomorrow, when it is not so easy to think back on 1963, we will treasure the memories this book has stored for us. I I To you who have understood, assisted, and encouraged us, to you who have sacrificed so generously to pre- pare us to take our place among citizens of two worlds, earth and heaven--to you, dear parents, we the Senior Class of Mount Olive High School dedicate our 1963 MOI-ll. 5545! CO -EDITORS Ad?" YQ ' '. A ' Flor vi illlams enffe C On Putting together a yearbook involves much hard work and brainracking, but the finished product always brings a great deal of satisfaction to those who helped assemble it. This year was no exception. Overcoming many set- backs, nervous breakdowns, and mental callapses, the MOHI Staff feels that several strikes forward have been made in the way of new ideas. f ie' ,Q 21514 llvAFL BUYYOUPYHPBOSUDN Mrs. Summerlin, our Advisor, helps Starkey Wells, Circulation Manager, and Becky Britt, Business Manager, plan our sales campaign. Sports Editor, Gene Brewer, poses for Art Editor, Cindy Rowe. Discussing picture plans are Ray Patten, Photography Editorg Brenda Jones, Club Editor, and Danny klornegal. Assistant. Typing and checking the MOHI are Buzz Goodson, Corky Smith, Eugenia Best, Anne Swinson, Bobbie Jean Whitman, Windy Miles, D. C. Suinmerlin, and Carol Wilson. xxx 4v""""'d Q 76 A . . l. To these persons, Miss Mary Ann Oates, Mrs. Eddie Summeriin, and Miss Kathleen Dail, we wish to express our appreciation for guid- ance, instruction, patience, and thought. Each of us sincereiyextends his fondest thanks and best wishes for the future. 74a 4,4 1965 511 X HDVNNISTHHTIO --v'f1v-33NlqA 1 MIX :rlf 4- 4. V , ' . V , W'?iL5S,?? 'f T' ' I1 . l- ,-'Qi-.si wk X- WV. - 1 !?x , ' ' -Iliff?-- -as ,- M 3 X V f " , A S SR - K X K 2 4, 3 7 VN f , ,Wye , X , y x 4 -I if ,Q TQEJ fb sing- '-- -N Q f 'Usa 5 'P-Q., 'W-mf-W, "f - V if S + . V- -."'3"n'-9 I E . I Vx Q ' ' ' . . . 'QQ jg 1 -S-- 1 , X - w- ' A rx, wwf.. ,Q , ' V 9 " if ' 1 'Y'---.. .V ' ' V W? 1. v . ' v L :,::? V X up I f ' 'W x '5 I ,mVr4nV.,Z9x3'.f.-uf.. ,':'fKffa'ilin,-f'-.Y v Q..,4:EQ'.v:?.A.V W. 1.9.15-.Arzfsl . 'F VF.'wt ' M ' ' I ' ' ' - - ' ' V ' ' ' -Q 3 i' ""'r ' 'r N " .4 ' K, gl-ff? F '-. 7-, ..- i . 'Q xmt ul X lk ,' .H gg 7 4 H 1 , Q 'ns 11 ,Kg W' 'lik JKWSW! 'Q' WV Mrs. Edith McClenny Miss Glenda Weeks -'x Ray Patten Brenda Jones Pat Smith Sandra Butler Windy Miles Carol Wilson Beverly Scarborough The secretaries of our school fulfill the important tasks of keeping records up -to -date, publishing daily bul- letins, answering questions, greeting guests, answering phone calls and generally keeping everyone posted on the routine of the school. Office assistants receive l,'2 unit of credit for performing their many duties. . O I Mrs. Sophia Potts O Diane Smith Laura Wolfe Mary Bevan Boyd ,To Kelly Betty Harrell Margaret Ann Knowles Lib Francis Verlyn Fulghum Gail Miles Judy Vernon Elizabeth Herring A great deal of time is spent by the librarian and her assistants in keeping our library catalogued, neat, at- tractive and up -to-date. Library assistants receive U2 unit of credit for their time and effort. saw To advance in other fields, make progress in English. English opens the doors to a better understanding of all subjects. '- -:LX 'PY .-.54 "5 H+: s -: QR' ILA 'kin MISS MARY ANNE OA TES We f USE GRA IIIAR CORRECTL WHAT D0 YOU MEAN YOU DONT IM SELLING MRS- NANCY "Ain't you got no learningf' CAULBERG "Who says we're not studying French?" O Mathematics is a formula for logical reasoning. Students in the math dept. develop thinking processes which aid them in all phases of life. 1, I , , , I 4 G ' ' 142- Q qt. ,,,,,,,xg 4 w I I MISS KATHLEEN DAIL One of the keys to increas- ing harmony with people throughout the world is the knowledge and understanding of foreign languages. wx , 'Sp-Q-s!7 MISS LOU ISE WATKINS 'Cl MRS. LINDA HAIRR "All together now one and two and . . game Typing, Bookkeeping, and Shorthand are the curricu- lum offered by our Business Education department. These help all students, col lege preparatory as well as vocational students in pre- paring for their future. MRS. LOU SUMMERLIN gg- JS: ' Q r""7v'--., it Home Economics girls are trained by Miss Robertson to develope skills in cooking, sewing, care of the sick, 45 1' and home planning and L' rr 'W .5-.., management, As a result I - 3. r of Home Economic courses V V' the girls are better prepared 1 to become the wixes, mothers, M155 MABEL and homemakers of tomorrow, ROBERTSON I 7' x r l :J l A "You forgot something." "What?" "The motor." o--H--H--H-- MR. W. O. WOOD The Agriculture Dept. en- deavors to give the students a generalibackground of the applied arts and training in agricultural skills. 4' . K . The Social Studies depart- ment attempts to teach its students about the history of yesterday while at the same time preparing them to face the world of tomorrow. Liv- ing with others is necessary in this modern world and the Social Studies department trains its students to do so. MR. JIMMY WILLIAMS "Hallelujah! " The Science Department provides training in the bas- ic concepts of science need- ed by professional and tech- nical workers in our modern world. I 2 MR, DAVE MCCLENNY 'iv Q I Health, and physical fitness are the main objectives of the physical education pro- gram. This department se- lects activities which aid in the attainment of these ob- jectives. MR. MACK EDWARDS MR, LAWRENCE CROCKER "We finally perfected 1nilkshal4el" I L + A , -.X ii "Where's Mitch?" I Miss Gardener, as school counselor, is always glad to sit down with us, and discuss our many problems, help us make decisions, and under- stand more about ourselves. She encourages each of us to engage in life long planning and counsels us on how to achieve it. MISS RUTH GARNER "Oh, no! Not another one. " MRS. W. I. Fiowisns, JR, I The music department, head- ed by Mrs. Dorothy Flowers, provides the high school with individual instruction in piano and voice. The Glee Club, a part of the music depart- ment, gives students an op- portunity for group singing. N Q I I v Q 1 MR, WALTER STEVENS Students in drivers training courses learn safe driving habits, rules for proper auto- mobile handling, and traf- fic laws. They are given instruction in the classroom in addition to actual driving experience on the road with their instructor. 0"- fm, Q ENGLISH tu MQBTR1 .117 , jf I X S R A al 5 v 5 -. H N' 4. V f W. YM. '.f. . x ' Af , N25 f xx IW ke V- , , am , ,Lf ' " 1 CLHSS ES " ' '. ,M 'fm' "2 1 .f?ij". l 4. f . . 1 ..- -, .- . 'yy .1 j ,f f f, ,N . NM"fJ?"fx?Y:' .4 . : we-.. -. .- .f- Our inascots, Nan Hatcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher, and Brent Brewer, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brewer, II, are looking over the blue prints of our future. They represent the youth which we are leaving behind as we follow our separate roads to adulthood PRESIDENT Roddy Knowles T RE ASURER Betty Harrell VICE -PRESIDENT Carol Wilson SECRETARY Becky Britt eachfa CAROLYN MARIE BARWICK F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 EUGENIA GERTRUDE BEST F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Marshal 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Officer 2, Student Librarian 1 ALLEN NELSON BLAND MARY BEVAN BOYD F. I-I. A. 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Marshal 2, Co-I-lead 3 Majorette 2, 3, Head 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Library 1, 4, Superlatives 4 GENE CLATE BREWER Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, Officer 2, Junior-Senior Waiter 2, Annual Staff 4 BECKY BRITT F. H. A. 1, 2, Officer 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Marshal 2, 3, Class Officer 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Athletic Association 3, 4, High School Store 4, Science Club 2, 3 MARY ELLEN BROADHURST Class Officer 1, Glee Club 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, U. N. Award 3, Citizenship Award 3, Science Club 2, Beta Club 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM ROBERT BROWN F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4 SANDRA FAYE BUTLER Student Librarian 1, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Office Girl 4, Superlative LINDA CAROL CARTER F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN WAYNER DENNING Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Waiter 2, Superlative, F. F. A. 4 SHIRLEY ANN FAUCETTE F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Library 1, Superlative WILLIAM JAMES FLOWERS, III Glee Club 2, 3, F. F. A. 4 ELWOOD QBUZZJ GOODSON, JR. Teacher's Assistant 1, Boys' Chorus 2, Glee Club 4, Dramatics 2, Annual Staff 4, Baseball 3, 4, Drivers Education 2, Football 4, Basketball 3, Superlative EARL DWIGHT GRIMES Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3 4, Class Officer 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Sentinel 2, Superlative BETTY CAROLYN HARRELL Superlative, Class Officer 4, Student Librarian 1, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Waitress 2, Glee Club 2, Science Club 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, Officer 2 VARO ELIZABETH HERRING Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 1, 4, Science Club 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music 1, 2 ALMA IRENE HOLMES Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Science Club 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Bus Driver 3, 4 BRENDA PAYE JONES Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, Officer 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Science Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Office Girl 4 JOE JONES F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 RANDOLPH QBUDJ McPHAIL KING Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Superlative, Glee Club 2, 3 RODNEY KNOWLES, JR. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Baseball 1, 2, Track 3, 4, Junior-Senior Waiter, UDC History Award, Beta Club Officer, Class Officer 1, 3, 4, Superlative WILLIE DANIEL KORNEGAY, III Annual Staff Assistant HMMY KORNEGAY JOHN ROBERT LANE Superlative EARNEST LEROUX Camping Club 1 EVA ENGLISH LISTER, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Head 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, Science Club 2, Varsity Queen Attendant 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Junior-Senior Waitress 2 WINIFRED LORRAINE MILES F. F. A. Sweetheart 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Science Fair Award Winner 1, Office Girl 4, Annual Staff 4, Junior-S enior Waitress 2, Monogram Club 2 JIMMY O'BERRY Baseball 3, Football 1, Bus Driver 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Superlative RACHEL HARRIETT PATTEN Superlatives, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 1, Annual Staff, F. H.A. 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Office Assistant 3, 4, Science Club 2 IENNETTE MAE PEARSALL F. H. A. 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3 CAROLYN KORNEGAY POTTER F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 GEORGE HENRY REAVES Football 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 4 CYNTHIA LYNNE ROWE Glee Club 1, 2, Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader 4, 4-H Club 2, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Beta Club 4, Superla- tive 4 BEVERLY SCARBOUOUGH Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Beta- Club 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior- Senior Waitress, Varsity Queen Attendant 4, Office Assistant 4 HINTON HAMES SKIPPER, IR. Basketball 1, Class Officer 2 RAYMOND LESLIE CCORKYJ SMITH Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basebau 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 4, Annual Staff PAUL NICHOLAS SMITH F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4 PATRICIA ANN SMITH Librarian 2 Office G1rl4 F H A 1 2 ANNETTE ELEANOR STANLY Girls Athletic Association 2 Softball 2 Speedball 2 3 Spanish Club 3 DANIEL CLAYTON SUMMERLIN, IR. Marshal 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Class Officer 3, 4, Superlatives, Glee Club Officer, Annual Staff, Band 1, Officer 2, 3, 4 DWIGHT SUTTON F. F. A. , Football 1, 2, 3, Superlative, Baseball 1 SHERRY ANNE SWINSON Basketball 1, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Waitress Junior- Senior 2, Athletic Association, Glee Club 2,3, 4, Superlative, Most Athletic Player 3, Annual Staff 4 ROBERT THOMPSON F. F. A. 1. 2, 3, 4 ROBERT fBOBBYy TROUTMAN Superlative, Waiter Junior -S enior STARKEY WELLS Annual Staff, Superlative, F. H. A. 1, 2, 4, Officer 3 DOYLE IBVING WHITFIELD Football 1, 4, Baseball 1, 4, Junior-Senior Waiter 2, Superlatives, Class Officer 2, F. F. A. 3 BOBBY JEAN WHITMAN F. H. A. 1, 4, Annual Staff 4, Glee Club 2, Science Club 2 JAMES ARNOLD UIMMYQ WOOD F. F. A. 1, 4g Bus Driver 4, Baseball 1, 43 Football 2, 4, Glee Club 2 ROMA GAYLOR WILLIAMS Class Officer 1gSuperlativeg F. H. A. 1, 2, Officer 3, 4, County Officer 33 Band 1, 2, Officer 3, 4g Co- Editor of Annual 45 Bus Driver 45 Glee Club 2g Science Club 2, 3 CAROL WILSON F. H. A. 1, 23 Junior-Senior Waitress 25 Class Officer 3, 4g Superlativesg Cheerleader 1, 4g Basketball 1, 4g Annual Staff 4, Beta Club 2, 43 Officer 2, 3g Varsity Queen 4g Office Assistant 4, Marshal 1, 2g Co- Marshal 3, D. A. R. Award 4g Miss Merry Christmas 4 FLORENCE CAROLE WILSON Q Basketball 2g F. H. A. 1, 4, Junior-Senior Waitress 2g Glee Club 2, 3: Superlativeg Co-Editor 4g Miss Merry Christmas 3, F. H. A. Queen 4g Band 2, 35 Science Club 23 First Runner Up Queen of the Fair LAURA ALLEN WOLFE F. H. A. 1, 2g Basketball 1, 4g Librarian 4g Science Club 23 Athletic Association 3, 4 w M I' fb. Nlllliff' X Y " 7awafwl 'wee gee! 2456- 74406464 RODDY CAROL KNOWLES WILSON L 0 MARY BEVAN BOYD D. C. SUMMERLIN "-4' FLORENCE CAROLE WILSON DOYLE WHITFIELD .4 -4 Q J f 1 s is -v Q A A ,. f rx 4 ' L' e . I ' r Y Nl ' A 2. il' A S s.: M IIE! M25 4"'r-9 x N A VS:- " 1 J' xx ' P4 fo ,. vi f ,- Y , , ff A wf. lfbf P' 'SEQ . 15' ..,- 2,531,526 ,Q N-4 f ff, f". :gif . U. 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'ip '- , x WX. new X g' S -My ,if . ,,. , 1 f ,gk if "dis -1 Q 1 n n Qg 4 f I I I I c 3 I h PRESIDENT Doug Simmons TREASURER Judy Vernon VICE -PRESIDENT Cliff Phnups A "'? Y-w...J SECRETARY Sandra Herring auzckvz 41" N, 511 W.. . ' 4 id No Phofo AVAILABLE f K Ld Urjfi Q""""' 'S-,.., 1..- Q' 'Za ref- -v '!""1f Faith Leigh Barber Mary Dell Barwick Judy Best Clayton Brock Mike Carter Laviece Cox Billy Davis Donald Davis Henrietta Emerson Bill Farmer Charles Farmer Susie Francis Bill Franklin Julie Garrsion Al Geddie Haywood Hardy Linda Herring Sandy Herring Violet Hill Jeannie Horton Shelton Jackson Larry Jones Mary Lou Jones Doug Kelly Mary Jo Kelly Gladys Kornegay Buddy Kraft Joyce Lane Terry Lee Eddie Lindsay i-19" 'Vx Ll PR "5 -r' 6 E 3 -are-,A fi V i 1 'UQ WL 4 ll 3. li I 0 lb 'ff fx. l W E l J . Absent PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Yun.. ..-M 5 1 1 fghlr Allene Lowe I. W. McClenny Dan McPhail Gail Miles Lynn Odom Brunetta Outlaw Todd Parker Betty Pearsall Cliff Phillips Linda Price Brenda Rackley Dickie Reaves Wesley Reaves Jo Jo Ricks Paul Sasser Doug Simmons Brenda Smith Caroline Smith Diane Smith Ginny Sutton Joe Taylor Peggy Thompson Judy Vernon Stevie Waller Mattie Weeks A1 Whitfield Johnnie Whitman Jackie Winstead Wanda Witherington Gloria Stephenson ,. YZ L 195 WS 7? ww Yr!! 'NM , nx'5 U Il FT." F xg Gffezew VICE -PRESIDENT Herbert Grimes PRESIDENT Phil Wilson TREA SU RER r- 'ur i , , La ura W1lSOH ,W i r If' 4,1 fa-uf 1 'X Aki, ,x f., X IX. Z X I f' 1 Elaine Patricia Peggy Bracey Branch Brock Q W. V7 A's. Q Judy Brown SECRETARY Kathryn Reaves C. L. Baker Allen Barwick Jean Batchelor Judy Best Jimmy Byrd Johnny Cobb Linda Cox Zack Cox Brenda Davis Johnny Davis Mary Jim Emerson Linda Farmer Lib Francis Sandra Freeman Verlyn Fulghum Mike Gaiyon Avis Goodson Larry Graham Herbert Grimes Bruce Herring Brenda Holloman Sue Holmes Lloyd Hontz Patsy Hughes Denise Jackson Jerry Jackson Julia Ann Jones Sandra Jones Ben King Billy Kornegay Francis Kornegay Steve Kornegay Maxine Lane Warren Lassiter Tom LeRoux Butch Lewis Carroll McCullen Fred Meachum William Murray Barbara Patterson Doris Powell Connie Price Janice Price Jerry Reaves Kathryn Reaves Jerry Rivenbark Nyoka Sutton Clara Swinson Janet Turner Don Tillman Rebecca Vernon Martin Weeks David White Belita Whitman Laura Wilson Phil Wilson Royce Brock Sue Weeks Jerry Weeks Palmer Goodman Charles Flowers :L We., 'Ha 1 , 'I 'V ' ,H ifi WF ' .1 rj I 5 I 1S."1i!' pr 3' Tala qv-Q' fi I X e"' 'Ja , .1 Ti L, Hp ..,, 2 Q --f ,f l I I 1 l PRESIDENT Danny Gaylon SECRE TA RY -TREA SU RER Cindy Smith Charles Anderson Uffezefw VICE -PRESIDENT Ricky Kraft 227' Douglas Anderson Kenneth Barwick Ronnie Best Larry Blanton Brenda Bordeaux Eddie Branch Jimmy Brewer Sandra Britt Gail Brock Becky Cox Warren Cuddington Bobbie Dail Clark Dail Lonnie Davis Roger Davis Edward Dixon Barbara Eason Ann Fender David Fulghum Danny Galyon Mark Ginn Dane Goodson Ralph Goodson Brenda Goodwin Wendell Griffin Billy Ray Hall Dixie Hardy Brenda Harrell Baron Harrell Louise Hassell Eliza Hatch Lynn Herring Judy Hinson QR t'....A f..- , Sp-AJ jf If 1s-Q .1 ary L. an-.-.,, r4"f vi- --fr A Way... 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McCullen Kay McCullen Randy McCullen Sue McKenzie Glenn Miller Mitchell Miles Albert James Odom Bill Odom Patricia Odom Clay Parker Jimmy Pate Walter Patten Kenneth Price Katherine Quinn Eva Jean Reaves Carolyn Smith Cindy Smith Melvin Strickland Dianne Summerlin Harold Sutton Tommy Sutton Rose Taylor Ronald Turner Patsy Thompson Roland Vernon Tommy Whetsell Barbara White Barbara Whitfield Jimmie Whitfield Jay Wilkins Tony Winstead Pam Wilson Michael Wynn Tommy Outlaw i X ' gs 7?62 yamaha- eachfa is KLM' Z". S ,M rw 74a mm Que I ' " ri' 'fam Wwiiaiihiiim Y 4- s P' xx .. ' WNW xx Our 1962 Junior-Senior was a very big success. The "Mardi Gras" theme was carried out in decorations for the banquet and the dance. The waiters and waitresses were: Brenda Smith and Doug Simmons, Head, Susie Francis, A1Geddie, Judy Vernon, Larry Jones, Ginny Sutton, Dickie Reaves, Caroline Smith, Clayton Brock, Linda Herring, and Dan McPhai1. X , I N I , ffT3I?W7I"+ I f ik -, ' MM1 ,II IM' ,f ff" I' IX f .f In' HH'f'I IRI' f f u ' 'fi :f 'L' ', I M1 1 IQ x.. II f I' fx HL ' 1 v.Q.!W b 'ii' -I I - ,t K 1 :QE .W-y a j M ' I , I J Ili ' If I' I. I, we J V I 3' g I " I I I , X I V1 If - I I I 2,11 . Q K3 sf' , l tg . 5 I Q X X' 'I 5 xi 1 K , , Ii 'rj 4 X ' I I 1 L 1, W I if 2 ' ' ri In Fr .Q 4 "Iv 1 1 3 lv! , 'I I, M I : I Qlq Q P-. .3 I 33 .v ' I1 I lg I IX I I f I f f Ti It Q I, 3. 4 LA ,I 'l Y I 5 'K 5 , I- 4 K , 'K 1 I :Wi , f Q 0 0 o Q I F I I I 2 I I HCTIYITIE5 I Y m3f l?.wamm. .zz-awww,-e::.x.wuvmr.aza.n .. ,::Euvu.1nuumnu' . vs-u ummm 1 Qfaifof 'Qame I ll I RE HUME AMERICA Nominee For Morehead Scholarship Roddy Knowles "Miss Merry Christmas" Carol Wilson is. The Betty Crocker Award Elizabeth Herring Peace Speaking Contest Mary Ellen Broadhurst Mary Bevan Boyd CHIEFS Becky Britt Eugenia Best Carol Wilson Ginny Sutton Sandra Herring Susie Francis Avis Goodson Janet Turner .v2?XT-fZ"i:' W'- Left to right: Doug Kelly, Billy Kelly, "Shindinks" Redmon, Johnny Cobb, Laviece Cox, Lynn Herring, Tim Williams, Clyde Reaves, Elaine Bracey, Jackie Winstead, JoJo Ricks, Barbara Eason, Linda Holliday, Mike Mathis, Gayle Williams, Bill Mathis, Diana Lee, Doug Brock, Debbie Boyd, Barbara White, Tony Winstead, D. C. Summerlin, and Eddie Herring. Zche ' ,4 T, ,f' xx , if I 4 I J SENIORS Gayle Williams, and D. C. Summerlin, and Mary Bevan Boyd have been in the band for a sum of 20 years. Qi? KA Zend Band Performances been complete without our Their performances included and thrilled their audiences. Diana Smith, Margaret Ann Knowles, Susie Frances, Debbie Kornegay, and s lf -L .Lea Strike up the band! These words come to life as the Mount Olive Marching Band performs in their blue and gold uniforms. Our band has performed at a variety of activities this year. The half-time shows presented at the home football games were eagerly awaited and enthusiastically received. Here is our band in block formation on the field. ded Judy Vernon Linda Herring Julie Garrison Mary Lou Jones Y - T X could not have majorettes to lead the march. many new baton routines which delighted They are fleft to rightl: Nancy Kelly, Brenda Smith, Mary Bevan Boyd Qheadj, W Billy Carol Cobb. 'uint 704 JO Io Ricks 74a .V he Y if KQV .iff in E? 1,1 'I X President: D. C. Summerlin Vice -Presidentg Ann Swinson Secretary-Treasurer: Sandra Herring Assistant: Irene Holmes Librarians: Shirley Faueette, Terry Lee, Faith Leigh Barber, Louise Hassell, Pam Wilson, Lynn Odom, Jerry Reaves, Cindy Smith Aeeoinpanistsz Beverly Scarborough, Julie Garrison Stage Managers: Buzz Goodson, Larry Joe Blanton, Allen Barwick, Jerry Lane 1 1 The Science Club and The Beta Club are the only two scholastic clubs at Mt. Olive High School The Science Club requires a "B" average of its members in their science courses. The Beta Club re- quires an over-all average of 90 for admittance and a maintained average of BB for continued mem- bership. Em dad OFFICERS President: D. C. Summerlin Secretary: Beverly Scarborough Vice-President: Todd Parker Treasurer: Carol Wilson n-l""" azfcne off? ,,.- X Z 3 X-Y WINDY MILES The Future Farmers of America is an or- ganization that includes both work and fun. The boys learn much about soil, machinery, livestock and farming. This year the F.F.A. has been very active. They won the top over- all plaque in the Wayne County Fair. This is the second year they have received it. Their officers are Earl Grimes, Presidentg Bill Far- mer, Vice -Presidentg Wesley Reaves, Secre- taryg Butch Lewis, Treasurerg Mike Carter, Sentinel. cctwze The Future Homemakers of America is an organization of girls studying the correct way of making a house a home. They learn to cook sew, and plan for a family budget. At the Wayne County Fair they won third prize in the booth exhibit, The officers are Brenda Jones, President, Johnny Rose Whitman, Vice -Presi- dentg. Verland Fulgum, Secretary, Barbara Pat- terson, Reporter, Gayle Williams, Historian, Starkey Wells and Becky Britt, Parliamentarians dff4mmcZa FHA O I? NEw HOG L Zaeaa FLORENCE CAROLE WILSON nnaynwqn n 1 I 1 N I 1 4 '7ee0wamStwze Becky Britt, Betty Harrell, Eva Lister, and Laura Wolfe battle the confusion and manage to sell gallons of ice cream during the recess break. Amos Bell and Lucille Robinson have the task of keeping our building and grounds clean and neat. This is a tough job when you stop to think that they are cleaning up after approximately 270 teenagers. tl gm Dfuiame These seven--Shelton Jackson, Nick Smith, Jimmy O'Berry, Gayle Williams, Buddy Brown, Jimmy Wood, and Steve Wal- ler--have the responsibility of getting our bus students to school safely. They have made an ex- cellent record for themselves. 5 A' Staff Mrs. Alma Brock, Mrs. E. G. Sutton QMana- gerj, Mrs. Pearl Manly fAsst. Managerj, and Mrs. Selma Wiggins do an excellent job of providing well-balanced, nourishing meals for high school students. Q' f 5 U. X! va-GQQQQA " f xi. I , 2 ' Q ii' ff , V, ' . l 1' T14 , . ' an ' A X " -- V S if 1 . .X ' 'S W g I D 11' ' 'Q Y , V ? I I X . , G Q Q W If k-'ful - l-,Q 'A , if A 4.4: K 3, Y I, , 9 0 K ! 1 I -. K 3161 . U' - . .' A5 1 .. A I I V . K 1 Y 1 1 it ,. if f N I fx , t O E ii 4 N l l ATHLETICS X --I g " ' 'V Y 4 PL,-,v -L"'R, x Q! , , M - ' X5 'N 1. V :Wi i 5 ' 0 O-I A ' L XX BEVERLY SCA RBOROUGH Wxl. . E R U ,, . ! 4 1 . A , X ,, ,. f sf ,,, K Ev- fi IW 1 f xx 7 P '3,.x+-wr" ' '15, 'a-'Q p. . xg as tn i X A ,.f ,qu WM . ' - W 'M W ' 1 V' ' '- , x ,3. twig s --A 1 Q A-18 EVA ENGLISH LISTER COACH WILLIAMS and COACH MCCLENNY 7762-65 ?aaz'54Z! S The football outlook for the 1962 Panthers doesn't look very bright. Gone from last year's conference champions are all-conference Dallas Sutton and Grey Geddie along with other outstanding performers--Eugene Bryan, Richard Porter, James Best, Tom Sutton, and Glenn Dail. Steve Denning, the most outstanding End in conference last year, will be un- able to play due to an operation. To have a fair season newcomers will have to come through and play well. We have a speedy backfield re- turning with Whitfield, Simmons, Brewer, Herring, and newcomer Knowles. The line will be anchored by Corky Smith the only returning starter in the line. Paul Sasser at center, Al Geddie, Joe Taylor, and J. W. McClenny are other lettermen returning. lf we can improve as the season moves along, we should be one of the strong teams in our conference, says the Coaches. Z '5 if N 5-A-s. 5 it 11" fxax l!I1 5 ,in FIRST ROW: J. W. McClenny, Jimmy Kornegay, Dwight Sutton, Gene Brewer, Doyle Whitfield, Roddy Knowles, Buzz Goodson, Earl Grimes, Corky Smith, SECOND ROW: Phill Wilson, Cliff Phillips, Al Ged- die, Clayton Brock, Joe Taylor, Paul Sasser, Doug Simmons, Dan McPhail, Todd Parker, THIRD ROW: Micheal Wynn, Johnny Strickland, Herbert Grimes, Butch Herring, Lloyd Hontz, Fred Meachum, Clark Sept Sept Sept Sept. 7 14" 21" 28" Mt. Olive Mt. Olive Mt. Olive Mt. Olive MOUNT OLIVE 1962-63 FOOTBALL LaGrange 0 James Kenan 6 Beulaville 7 Midway 0 l I "He made it!" In the first game of the season, the Panthers whipped out a 37 -O victory over the Bulldogs Joe Taylor and Earl Grimes are shown above making two ofthe spectacular touchdowns ofthe game wqu-"" . Dail, Tommy Whetsell, FOURTH ROW: William Murray, Ken Barwick Lynn Kornegay Jay Wilkins Butch Lewis, Warren Lassiter, Larry Blanton, Ricky Kraft, Tom LeRoux, Danny Galyon FIFTH ROW Edward Dixon, Glenn Kornegay, Dane Goodson, Jerry Lee, Jerry Lane, Mark Ginn David Fulgum Coach Williams and Coach McClenny. SCHEDULE AND SCORES I Oct. 5' Oct. 12" Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 6 1 Home Games Mt. Olive 26 Mt. Olive 7 Mt. Olive 12 Mt. Olive 47 Mt. Olive 6 Richlands Erwin Burgaw Charles B. Aycock North Duplin 6 Z 6 0 W 1, ri 1 'P Q I li E H J i i Sl V1 Q 1 i 2 r S I i .H fl w MANAGERS ls Steve Kornegay r Royce Brock 1 mmpnm, f WW "fl g Q or W W , rr S Z S f a' W2 2 r ,ff E A 3 T S ' i NE? wg ' i ri 13 N 1 SENIORS H,,.,.Q I Corky Smith le Roddy Knowles 1 Doyle Whitfield Buzz Goodson I Jimmy Wood Ir Gene Brewer I Earl Grimes Y 1 f I F! X . QQZX w , fx .I Y Q! D Earl Grlmes Fullback Gene Brewer Guard A1 Geddre 7 965' 4-""x The outlook looks bright with four returning starters: Bever- ly Scarborough, Carol Wilson, Anne Swinson, and Irene Holmes Gone from last year are'Nancy Warren and Sarah Dail as out- standing forward and guard. Returning lettermen Mary Barwick, Brenda Jones, Laura Wolfe, Becky Britt, should give the PAN- THERETTES added strength, Laura Wilson, Peggy Brock, Linda Farmer, Janet Turner, Johnnie Whitman, and Judy Vernon are also returning. Most promising freshmen are Carolyn Holmes and Dianae Lee. SENIORS Le ft to Right: Becky Britt Brenda Jones Carol Wilson Laura Wolfe Beverly Scarborough Anne Swinson Irene Holmes M 1 3,23 ,ji 42, 5g g3.,Qla 96 ,Q .Q ,Q gf 4 Z '3 K!f3'Y'?fi:v'f K F Y' " 3' j K V f A ia' iw A A' ,,,, ig k if Q4 'W' 5 l?63 79 SENIORS Left to Right: Gene Brewer Earl Grimes Roddy Knowles Bud King The outlook for the 1962-63 basketball team is one of the best we have had in recent years. This is due primarily to the fact that we have seven re- turning lettermen with experience. Gene Brewer, Roddy Knowles, Earl Grimes, for- wards who saw action as starters during their Soph. and Ir. years. Bud King, a senior, was used mostly as a reserve. The J. V. 's who saw action last year are Doug Simmons, Larry Jones, and Dickie Reaves. These were a great help in the championship team last year. if : ii 2 l W W f.-1 ,. .N .V A zy ,f . , fr X ,VV X n 42 NJA' fi? A X f I tr. 'Q ,KN Q t 95555. n", ""'lQ'g1 f , My - 'E' ' X - iliolti 5 -Q!!! in ,gf -- 'L J - ,--s -,...4 Ei 4 J! 93 gi! I 5 , , 'J Vi., N., K... A ,, ,i 3 'X 4 -2, ! ! ., 9 'J' T I Q D W ' .W Hx 1 2 21 N I E sw L- 1.. ,Eb V . 5 ,- ,yl Q V, 1: , + 0 S S , , Q51 pf , 1.5 . ' , V , 4 x w, Q lP','Y X ation has enlivened the football activities. The members are Anne Swinson, Laura Wolfe, Becky Britt, Avis Goodson, Janet Turner, and Terry Lee. Mount Olive Cheerleaders have ' long made a good showing. Even when the team's score and spirits were low, the squads bounced up to put new spark to the game. Head cheerleader, Eva Listerg Beverly Scarborough, Carol Wilson, Peggy Brock, Sandra Jones, Cindy Rowe, Allene Lowe, Lynn Odom, Laura Wilson, Kathryn Reaves, and Caroline Smith. The spirit of the Athletic Associ 7762 ln 1962 Mt. Olive had its lst track team in 25 years. This addition to the Athletic Department was a great asset. With only ll boys the team placed 4th in a 5-team meet at Burgaw. This helped the attitude of the boys a great deal. After this the 3-team meet came at North Duplin in which we took lst place. Then we went on to defeat North Duplin in a duel meet there. For the last meet of this year the track team traveled to Goldsboro where they were defeated. The leaders for the l962 team were as follows: Doug Simmons and Roddy Knowles ran the sprints and did the jumping and relays. Joe Taylor was our distance runner. Gray Geddie was outstanding in the shot put and discus throw ing. Cliff Phillips, Jackie Winstead, and Royce Brock ran the 440 and relays. In 1963 thirty boys are expected for track says Coach Dave McClenny. COACH MCCLENNY x A 4 gi 412 1 499 3 1... fat ff- .unf .15 is q Q' s o ,Q L 4, 1 , 4 V 9 . 1 wg' . ? 0 'rn' 4 , 1 . ry. gn' ' Q I ' ' ' A. 1 ' .ll V 1 1 EKAULJ' . 4.0 E55 . f 1,1,gl,?' ... azf A : fx' A 'Ii nr., 4. , x. si 1 T- X no FIRST ROW: Roddy Knowles, A1 Geddie, Eugene Bryan, Gray Geddie, Jackie Winstead, SECOND ROW: Joe Taylor, Cliff Phillips, Doug Simmons, Royce Brock, and Stevie Kornegay, Manager. 7962 3' James Kenan Seven Springs Clinton New Hope Brodgen Grantham Goldsboro Seven Springs Goldsboro New Hope Brodgen Grantham Grantham Clinton ri ' Ugl, f X -A. 7 Adv r, 1 4 J it 'gf U! P. R. .1 .'!T' A 1' 4 A573 -Q .. as . ff to J 1 " s as "' 'K I nv M .6 w . A 'va 346. 2 ff 'V 'W N ' " f' ,av s, ,.,, ,.. ., , --f' 'S' 4 use '41 Q an ,Z wx -- gn-, 1 Q1 mul ,ir U ,- - " h S3 1 Mgr fr- if if f ' A11 ei" W2 QL x 'V ,,, M -- , ' A fr ' 'fi' '- ks' ., if hi FK 'tu S aes- S Wifi Wlff x ,i ll ' FIRST ROW: Steve Denning, Doyle Whitfield, Bill Farmer, Buzz Goodson, Alton Malpass, Corky Smith SECOND ROW Bud King, Dan McPhail, Phil Wilson, Charles Anderson, Lloyd Hontz, THIRD ROW: Coach Williams Earl Grimes, Al Whitfield, Jimmy O'berry, Butch Herring. AQ' Y 1 O .2 4 3. ,gi 9 .L :J-'15 - Y. Q 5 nj -'-1 ' ", -' ' T' 1. -1 1 -' -f..Qv,?'1,NH'b , f iigfk ,H Q: iw Mn' K , ,,,, 1,f.-L - 43, 4 . ,A Qsmw' " - A 'y .U-5' L-If . V' e-fx: J J - -Q fw- ,.'., .' A Hx '9g'5'1-"" -.- -'QH' - fi, . g -1- 41,5 494-,farm-,w .- - t h inly x-. H- x . 'T F5 . I' ' -, ,mg - ,, ... I Q .V h I :try s 4 , , , Q- . + 1 'g .'K V' H 4' Wvflfn, .W " " 1 '-if 3 2: . . EQe1Eufr.'f ?'fv'Sf1"7'fk "'-W Z, ' N ,, nu ,W , i W 1551: F""' t " 3 hiixf f KMA -.ia neg-' ya ,. J ,msg 5 f' A ., . if G.. ff 'f W ,Q.f2..1. w .3 'givw' - 1-1.7'm-"-" F ww, if Nr f 1, ' ww 1 .. , ,Q....,,.. 2 i r u L V I ,- ,.,g..,.,, .,: .gl :: E- g ' ., - , , ' ' ADVERTISEMENTS NFB s vt- 'W 5. "The Pickle Capital of the South" PIQKLE COMPANY, INC. P. O. Box 390 Mount Olive, North Carolina Telephone: Oldfield 8 -Z5 3 7 Pickles Make the Meal Complete - Eat Mount Olive Pickles, They're Better! GRIFFIN'S BAR- BE-CUE PIC: and CHICKEN We Serve Parties Anywhere Goldsboro, N. C. BARNACLE BILL'S FISHING PIER Restaurant, Dining Room Free Baths and Picnic Tables Topsail's Finest in Fishing and Eating Located 1 mile North of Surf City, N. C. B L Q O Cleaners I and SHIRT LAUNDRY TEL OL 8 2441 GINN LUMBER CO Lumber of All Kinds Telephone OL 8-2159 Mount Olive Compliments of MOUNT OLIVE FCX ILL C r I'n I I . , O FHM' INZ2I'1fm'ItCIDII'lI?IHI K MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYGTIH FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION "Anxious to Serve" Corner N. Center and East James St. Mount Olive, North Carolina ENGLISH 8: OLIVER Cotton Storage Warehouse - Insurance Mount Olive, N. C. FURNITURE COMPANY Phone OL 8-2356 or OL 8-3144 M' S' PORTER' JR' ' Owner Furniture for Better Living The Happiest Dog East Main Street On Earth Is The One , Who Eats Mount Olive, N. C. YELLOW ROSE DOGFOOD OL 8-2322 M HOLMES' GROCERY Compliments of LEDER'S, C. 125 West Walnti1ZIStreet Goldsboro, N. C. Auction Every Monday Daily Hog Market NORWOOD EZZELL'S GARAGE Auto-Truck-Tractor Repairing G ld b H' h O S Oro lg Way Rones Chapel - Beautancus Road RE 5-1827 ASH STREET PHARMACY 814 East Ash Street Goldsboro, N. C. Your Neighborhood Drug Store Complim ents of I Compliments of C. W. OLIVER, JR. , For Fertilizer H. J. MORRIS, Proprietor OL 3-2111 Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of BANK OF MOUNT OLIVE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance QCCO Electrical Contractors for Electric Motors and Controls fif C0- 535 i. .. v.:,.:-- -, be ,f ., Q V -, V l , . 2'Qe.s,w:.+-.M-. 5 E' ff" . , :Fr L.. 5:21:22-fzf:2L.1f.2 '-:-."21':f'4- ff v f- "" ' . T - f ' . A 4, sv- .f'1-'zrq-rrr:,j:r::,3.:5:"i:' jrr, ':X.4gi:::f:"1--,5,f-- .',,,::b..sf:vf1.If-:,.r ,- - 1: l- , N V -, - . , NNTQ IX QNAI X38 X xw:,:,3 xx R . ,, w,M.N , Q -A :V .. M , ,-.,.: -V ,- ...- ,H .,, .,,,., ,, . , - ..,.. - 4- ,. :-. .4 A I N-. n e su1'1'orfL-Propruenr ww S VE BETTER V 6' 4 lfvrnlcbxx YOUR SHOPPING CENTER Mount Olive North Car olina 56 ov Q5fjf1frfQfQ JESSlE'S FLOWER SHOP Mount Olive, North Carolina Compliments of Compliments of DOCTCR R. H. SHACKLEFORD D' F- 0D0Mf JR- Mount Olive, N. C. Mount Olive, N. C. 'H I A BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY Member of F. D. I. C. Hi X .VW Anxmo s mu. I C0 ZOO E. Walnut Street 1907 E. Ash Street Goldsboro, N. C. 0 "Have you Heard rg . . the Word?" Q Q f G. GLANTON BARWICK 1 " ALBRITTONS - V9 C........ Means Only the MOST Mount Olive, N. C. Gifts That Last" 121 and 12.3 East Main Street FREEMAN AUTO SUPPLY QUE? GWA'-TNEY CQMPANYI INC. SERVICE STATION Wholesale Auto Parts and Machine Shop Service Mount Olive, N. C. P Party and Cocktail Dresses SALLY'S "Eastern Carolina's largest Bridal and Formal Shop" MRS. GEORGE I-IODGIN, Bridal Consultant Zl9 W. Walnut St. Goldsboro, North Carolina Compliments of FRANK'S TEXACO STATION Surf City, N. C. Compliments of SURF CITY PIER Surf City, N. C. MOUNT OLIVE TRIBUNE for "The Best News " South Church St. 4,4 X44 . . . .-' ' . f 'A' T f lags, .. tier., .f " 4 -JA - - .- c '- I I 1 I ' .at -' ,, . ' '- ,J-"'f al- .,s, f v .v 1 V w, -, 5 'L . n ,I . f -g-QQ' ,ff ijt, lf. A Y .ff Jilin !! Sj,f3,,g:x.V.ik ,vb lf? ' I tr . X C " ' - l ' .41 47:16 Coal - Fuel - Oil - Gasoline Motor Oils - Greases E. J. POPE .O. Box 134 - Phone OL 8-2470 ISAACS KAHN FURNITURE CO. , INC. "The Big Furniture Store on Center Street" Goldsboro, N. C. Mount Olive, North Carolina Use Your Credit Open An Account HEILIG-MEYERS Your Home Deserves the Best in Quality and Appearance Goldsboro, N. C. F03 '- ."V't4' ,-1 ' 'R .ITURE X YOU CAN RELAX I kor- in 2.10 East Walnut Goldsboro DEALER JOHN R. SMITH Phone OL 8-2238 Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of WHITLEY 8: NOWELL Compliments of THOMPSON gl FRANCIS I Cr A Discount Store SlMMON'S HARDWARE Everything from A to Z Hardware and Paints Compliments of LASSlTER'S FABRIC SHOP Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of DR. C. C. HENDERSON M.D. Compliments of HATCH 8. HARPER Mount Olive, N. C. For the Best in Furniture Night OL 8-3837 Day OL 8-3850 MOUNT OLIVE GRAIN STORAGE CO., INC. DEALERS IN GRAIN OF ALL KINDS- Bulk Or in Bags Mount Olive, N. C. Store Phone OL 8-3222 Residence OL 8-3310 J. S. JORDAN 8. SDN M.C.S. CHERRY 81 SON 62 Years Of Continuous Service ANYTHING FUR THE FARM AND HCIME IIISUT9-HCC Of All Kinds GODWIN WATCH REPAIR 104 South Center St. Mount Olive, North Carolina Phones: Office OL 8-2329 Residence OL 8-2976 Mount Olive, N. C. ,,,,Lf-f."'f'NN7'1 ,, L. ff' BJICEQI- J Lljgbff I I BOYD WILSON P- " , ill. SERVICE STATION S ' ILIJQL 785 UAV JI' IVMH7' Compliments Of TYNDALL FUNERAL HOME Telephone OL 8-2303 Goldsboro, North Carolina PENNEY' Compliments of Best Wishes SEAR.S, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY RAYMOND'S FRUIT STAND 215 West Walnut Street Goldsboro, North Carolina Compliments of MOUNT OLIVE DRY CLEANERS ll6 North Center Street Mount Olive, North Carolina CREECH'S FURNITURE STORE Goldsboro, North Carolina Compliments of D. T. McPHAIL 81 SON Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes Mount Olive, North Carolina. Complim ents of CLYDE REAVES Seeds : Fertilizers O ,Qtr , Tig MEATS wk I ,V I, W. F. HALL'S . 3 GROCERY Qxyf Er Q65 fr I f" - -n-,,,W I P 'ov 1-. - . I . r f x ' ,ll R2 k W A i giilftfil - MN N-.sb - s. ROSE'S 5, io at 254 STORE W. H. QBILL7 SMITH OL 8-3641 Bulldozer Service, Clears Lots Ledge Rows and Grading S7. OO per hour Center Street Mount Olive, North Carolina Best Wishes GIDDEN'S JEWELRY Goldsboro, North Carolina A "For the friendliest personality and best food in town, visit SMITTY'S DRIVE-IN and TASTEE FREEZE daily" Highway 117, Mount Olive, N. C. RELMA M. SMITH: Operator Mews APPAREL KENNEDY'S stone SHOP , Good Food at a Good ll7 South Center Street ' Grocery Store Mount Olive, N. C. Owner: HARRY KENNEDY National Known Brand Men's Wear Srnith's Chapel Road Compliments of I-I l.l BLIZZARD 8. HOLMES MILL --I 9+ M45 --I ' Route l, Seven Springs, N. C. URIN l l MCHQWS, Phone Mount Olive 658-2402 I l u I 'ul' , -ii" 5 .A in , Q" 'Ns , L I I "I-2-I ' I Purina Chows - Corn Meal Com plime nts of GARRIS JEWELERS Your Local Jewelers DAVIS-FISH-CAMP Drinks - Bait - Ice Groceries Davis, N. C. 108 N. Center Street PA 9-3260 Goldsboro, N. C. .Zami BURNETTE X OIL COMPANY, INC. X f f 8 N ,f Gasoline - Kerosene - Fuel Oil X - p I Metered Delivery ryff 0 Radio Dispatched Dial 658-2291 Mt. Olive, N. C EA-ff BRITT'S SUPER MARKET Nl L A T Q . Gas - Oil - Groceries - Quality Meats 3 1, Y I Highway 55, W., 3 Miles West - Cry Y .- X Mount oiivo, North Caroli RUBY'S Compliments of X M y Q DR. HERVEY B. E, """4 Mount Olive, N. C. -6 Operators. I RUBY TURNER HAZEL STEVENS DOLES MOUNT OLIVE AUTO PARTS 148 East Main Street Telephone 658-2359 Wholesale Distributors Auto - Truck and Tractor Parts "' FAST SERVICE O X im OT GLENN 8. MARTIN I I DRU Phone: OL 8-2165 unt Olive, North Caroli W. P. MARTIN . 43? Pontiac M stone Cixi! V ac: A North Center St. MOTOR SALES, INC. Mount Olive, N. C JOHN PATTERSON FURNITURE COMPANY Dial OL 8-3151 Mount Olive, N. C. C. ED HERRING Calypso, N. C. Compliments of KERMIT WARREN Wx J x I W xlfv, ,J PASTRIES 1 if N Compliments of GEDDIE ICE CO. THOMAS TACKLE Mt. Olive, N. C. Topsail Island, N. C. "Ice When You Want It" wARREN's SODA SHOP DILLON SUPPLY co. II ' II Where Frlends Meet Industrial Machinery and We are rental agents for S l' cottages and apartments. upp les QWrite us Box No. 2 or Call 328-35331 P.O. Box 1008 Phone RE 5-2421 New Topsail Beach, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. I.G.A. FOODLINER Mount Olive, North Carolina Q51 fywg BIRD OIL COMPANY Nj MJBREAD Wholesale Distributors PASTRY SHOP Gasoline, Kerosene, Motor Oils, Phone RE 4-4741 and Coal 212 North Center Street Mount Olive, North Carolina "Pastry At Its Very Best" Goldsboro, North Carolina "Serving You For Thirty-six Years" I 'Q' 1. fa ai gl! Gkgc. I 981 s0'4' s F 11' i NN Q Rmart ij iloins at W N' Ny i 63.50113 C l'1CCS ' ' f " PEGGY ANN SHOP RAY AMON'S GROCERY Mount Olive, North Carolina South Breazeale Avenue If I HATCHER-SMITH p A Ei' Parts OL 8-2298 Used OL 8-2685 Office OL 8-2398 Mount Olive, North Carolina nui- For the Highest Prices MOUNT OLIVE for Your Tobacco, Sell with BUILDING 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION LIBERTY "L t' B 'ld" WAREHOUSE I 8. 2 e S ul FRED Hlgfilili ALTIAEIQVIEDLIN R" 'igiiff-"5ir.u:.'f' ' N" Call OL 8-3526 Mount Olive Mount Olive, North Carolina 1 Lewis DRUG co. EDWARDS SERVICE STATION Telephone OL 8-2467 I Prescription Specialists Mt. Olive, N. C. W. R. JENNETTE FURNITURE COMPANY "QUALITY FURNITURE SINCE 1917" Mount Olive, North Carolina SMITH GROCERY Mount Olive, N. C. KADIS, INC. 105 East Main Street Mount Olive, N. C. Phone OL 8-2047 THIGPEN-FICKEN INSURANCE AGENCY P. O. Box 329 104 East Main Street Mount Olive, N. C. Telephone: OL 8-2088 W. W. LOFTIN Fertilizer - Insecticides Fungioides Furnigation - I-Iydrous Ammonia Mount Olive, N. C. COLLEGE DRIVE-IN Highway 117 Mount Olive, N. C. 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. Compliments of , f R. B. WARREN Cfolds bor o's and Wayne COAL Phone OL 8-2561 Counties' Mount Olive, N. C. Fine Fashion Store I 4. Phone OL 8-2491 Res. OL 8-2494 Compliments of RODNEY KNOWLES ANDREWS 8. KNOWLES PRODUCE COMPANY Mount Olive North Carolina CLINIC DRUG COMPANY "A Good Drug Store" Phone OL 8-2239 Mount Olive, N, C, , l For a Bright Future in Clothes Shop Always First Quality THE HUB Compliments SUMMERLIN'S MARKET Goldsboro, North Carolina Mount Olive, North Carolina Compliments of Compliments of CHRYSTAL BARBER SHOP W, R. STAMPER - A -" DR. LOWNES Comlpliments of C, IDUTEJ SANDERSO 'S GROCERY N Route 2 Seven Springs, North Carolina SUMMERLIN ELECTRICAL SERVICE CLAYTON SUMMERLIN Complete CECIL WINSTEAD Electrical Wiring ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINC1 Service Dial OL 8-2.276 Appliances Post Office Box 107 M I ,I I WDJS 1430 on Your Radio Dial 1000 Watts Serving: Wayne, Duplih, Johnston, and Sampson Counties "The Best in Listening Pleasure" Owners: Gen. Mgr. J. H. MAYO J. H. MAYO MRS, LOTTIE S. WELDON Mount Olive, North Carolina Best Wishes, Seniors PERRY HALL'S GROCERY Mount Olive, N, C, J. S. JORDAN AND SON Anything for the Farm and Home R, F, D, 3, Mount Olive Phone OL 8-3222 your key . . . TO GREATER VALUES A. L. JACKSON GROCERY Mount Olive, N. C, HASTY PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning Lennox and Carrier Equipment Phones: OL 8-2584 and OL 8-2416 Goldsboro Highway Mount Olive, N, C. coN n morons WILSON MOTOR COMPANY Mount Olive, North Carolina QEE:5 :7 r ' f i XI Telephone OLdfield 8 -2604 GENE LEE FOODTOWN Mount Olive, N, C. "You've Shopped the Rest Now Shop at the Best" ETHEL'S SHOPPE The Ladies' and Children's Shop Mount Olive - OL 8-3118 Warsaw - 621 JQ9 Rf O CD1 SAVE AT KORNEGAY'S GAS STATION Fast and Efficient Service Always Mount Olive, N. C. Compliments of LOWE'S TIRE SERVICE 8 Goodyear Tires SUPPLIES, INC. Dial OL 8-2919 Highway 117 Mount Olive, N, C, Mount Olive, N, C, Mme A ,,gf,,,,,,-m., MORRIS A. SWINSON ' ' OIL AGENCY Dial OL 8-2,478 Mount Olive, North Carolin GOLDPARK LAKE EDWARDS 46 Sgjfjjnjjg YCUNG MEN'S SHOP f . KE I' TH, 4694 Goldsboro, North Carolin QQ Highway 117 DEL MONTY'S CHARCOAI. STEAK HOUSE 522 South George Street Goldsboro, North Carolina . ...X , l. KRAFT'S STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY THANK YOU, MR KRAFT! The Staff l-l MURRAY l-l , f5,F "J .X I+' ' I I Custom Grinding - Mixing I gums? I-I Buyers of Corn, Small l l S ----- - Grain and Soybeans Dial OL 8-2529 M. B. PRICE SHELL SERVICE Groceries - Gas - Oils - Lubrication Dial 734-3025 Intersection 117 and 13 5 Miles South of Goldsboro, N. C. "We Deliver" f:' b 'l ii 59 -rw jp THE CHATEAU J V4 " Steak and Pizza House '+ K The Finest in Steaks, Chicken, Seafood, Pizza and Other Italian Dishes. One Block From the Main Gate of SJAFB , 2607 East Elm 735 0040 During the year of 1963, Mr. Cletus Brock, editor of the Mount Olive Tribune, wrote the editorial below recognizing the Mount Olive Teenagers. We know we wouldnot deserve these words of praise with out the support and love of the wonderful people of Mount Olive, Mr. Brock, we only hope that we are able to live up to this honor not only as teenagers of today but as adults of tomorrow. A BOQUET FOR OUR TEEN-AGERS ". . . Mount Olive young people served to emphasize, to those present, that regardless of what else our community may be proud of, there's nothing to compare with the tremendous asset we have in our youth ,... Nobody knows, of course, what the future holds for them, Doubtless the problems of living in these complex times will prove too strenuous for all of them to develop to the fullest the qualities they now possess, But it does lift our spirits to see the current and potential goodness and greatness so evident in these young citizens at the present. When you stop to consider it, Mount Olive's young folks also have an enviable reputation in the matter of deportment, wherever they may go. We have much less than the normal amount of van- dalism, poor sportsmanship, or trouble with the law among our young people than do most towns and communities our size. It may be our age, though we doubt it,WhiCh ITI3-keS US think that, taken as a whole, Mount Olive has the very best-looking group of young folks you can find anywhere. Today, when young people are receiving so rnany brickbats from all sides, we're happy to be able to toss a bouquet like this to Mount Olive's teen- agers. We believe they deserve it. " --CB 4 O O Q 6 9 Q. 1 if Q6 Q0 I Y o 0 af TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 6 "The Worlds Best Yearbooksme Taylor-made J 3 .W 4. IJ, 1. ,, ,fx n f N - 1 L 'Mor' ' , -r QQJEQVNB ' D , ig 11 I, W1 1 a . .' NI-n N. , . r 'ir , 4 , !"'2L,.g1 4 4 f . 4. .3 1' Aw,-- "fi fi vt! "-- 'rp xm. v, O ' 1 ,. 1 3' , 9 'Q-' . 'ffl 9 1 uw! ffl! T? ilwb t,uiVf54""qi':1xp"'lFi!-7'.K'5li'riEx iii: Pi, gypgggbyvykwdwl 5 Ar' .A w 1 GN.-'ATV'-J -qtwwu .Xian :H 'I J 1 N 5 H M 'ir h I gfhwrf, qi 6 A15 Iv In "1 '4 4 K ,Y . 1 154. H ,4 ' -. " I ' I I -Wg ,ff ff-an .J ff. ff - 'Q " ' 1,- of- -1'-" , lv as Fill y 1 Ax' D -ff ' ". 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