Nahunta High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Pikeville, NC)

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»iP 3 A- f mmM Z V ■ S V • tc ey 1960 CHIEFTAIN VOLUME XXII PUBLISHED BY: SENIOR CLASS OF NAHUNTA HIGH SCHOOL ROUTE 2 PIKEVILLE NORTH CAROLINA FOREWORD Education is the lock upon the door to wisdom and understanding. In these past years at N.H. S. , we have discov- ered many keys that will open wisdom ' s doors for us. Each activity represented in our annual has given us invaluable memories and a key to unlimited oppor - tunities. We are grateful for these past years and for the help in accomplishing this first big step in our futures. Just as many ways of life appear on a television screen, so are there many doors to a suc- cessful life. We must choose the keys that will best fit our lives. The treas- ures ahead must be opened — opened with the keys that are now ours. TABLE OF CONTENTS Life at Nahunta Administration Faculty Classes Elementary Activities Athletics Advertisements Follow us around the school from Mr. Hardy Talton gave an interesting speech on the restoration of the Charles B. Aycock homeplace. Mrs. Darwin Williams did her practice teaching with the sixth grade before Christmas. It was a glad day when our rings arrived in September. All the seniors enjoyed selling ads for the annual. JUBLCOMe The magician added an interesting highlight to one of our school days in September. Basketball Practice started at the beginning of this month. Play practice began after much confusion and wor- ries. Halloween Kings and Queens from each Department. Primary: Jeff Grimes, Jackie Pullen; High School; Michael Whaley, Helene Lewis; Grammar: Ricky Howell, Rudine Aycock. Money being taken up for Hal- loween Kings and Queens. Glee Club performs at Assembly Program. Seniors attend High School Day at Greenville. Seniors take a bow after successful presenta- tion of " The Ghost House. " Senior play practice. Make-up department - Senior Play. Sergeant Stallings, Arm Recruiter, discusses poss bilities of Army career with seniors. Bill Guthrie speaks to se iors on peace essay. Sauline players present " Freckles. " A party was given to students by Seniors. Students enjoy paddle tennis during lunch. Beta Club made favors tor Christmas cheer during caroling. Janice Anderson was representative in Miss Holiday Contest. 7th grade won room decoration in Grammar Department. 11th grade won room decoration in High School. French Class prepared attractive bulletin board. The second grade was the winner of the March of Dimes Drive. All the home rooms have daily devotion. The Seniors went to Pikeville and took guidance tests. Nahunta was host to Fremont at our homecoming game. Mr. Williams explains world geography. The F.H.A. girls enjoyed a New Year ' s Eve party at Patetown Fire Department. These students help out in the lunchroom. The newspaper staff works toward publishing a school paper. The Toy Orchestra entertains at several programs throughout the year. Home Ec. girls serve children on beginning day. Seniors ordered tickets for a Broadway Play and TV shows in New York. The basketball tournament was played dur- ing this month. Junior Class visited News Argus. hemistry class works on experiments. heodore Hardison was the F.F.A. Speaking ontest Winner. he school newspaper is handed out. S ' Mr. Anderson initiated the reading program into all Wayne County Schools in grades 4-12, in order to increase comprehension and vocabulary. Students took placement tests at ±e beginning of the year to determine the level on which they would begin. It is taken twice a week and each student advances according to his ability to advance. Achievement tests will be taken again at the end of the year to determine the amount of progress make. The Juniors presented a hilarious play called " Quit Your Kidding. " The Father -Son and Mother -Daughter Banquet was held jointly in March. The finals to the peace essays were chosen. Seniors wrote citizenship essays entitled, cation As a Factor in Building Citizenship, " " Intercommuni- Mr. Jesse Grimes, our guidance counselor, has aided us in filling out ap- plication blanks, helping select vocations, and in- terpreting to us results of aptitude tests. Students took further aptitude tests given by the employment office, and were counseled by Wyche Ray and a lady from the Raleigh office. REMEMBER WHEN WE Well, not really. ELOISE Our trip to Washington anrl New York. HILTON Mr. Boykin ' s math class. [■ iSS , 1 !! SIS i! m 118 SCHOOL SONG There ' s a dear old school, Nahunta To us it is a dear one Where our love and truth and friendship Will never, never die Where the people are so friendly Our thoughts go back there daily To the school we love so dearly As we work there day by day. As old glory flies above her With her colors brightly gleaming There the folks are ever happy As the birds in sweet springtime Forget Nahunta? Never Our school we ' ll cheer forever Our fame we ' ll always cherish As the years keep rolling on . . . Chorus Where the dogwood trees are blooming And the skies are always blue To our high school Alma-Mater We will ever be so true And me moment that we ' re near her With a joyous shout we ' ll greet her For there ' s not a school can beat her For our hearts are strong and gay. GRADUATION Commencement Exercises May 26, 1960 8:00 O ' clock P.M. Baccalaureate May 22, 1960 3:00 P.M. Class Night May 20, 1960 8:00 P. M. FURTHER EDUCATION College 5 Beauty School 1 Nursing School 2 Trade School 6 Business School 1 Co-Editors - -- — — Photographers Copy Readers - -- -- -- -- Business Managers ------ Club Editors - -- - — Grade Editors Sports Editors- Literary Editor Typists (other) Eleventh Grade Representative Tenth Grade Representative- - Ninth Grade Representative - . _ _ _ — _ - Joyce Ricks, Faye Pope • Theodore Hardison, Lou Ann Aycock J. B. Strickland, Lois Edgerton Mary Ann Howell, Jeannetta Edgerton Sandra Ginn, Jovance Whaley -Ralph Wells, Billy Cox Bobby Bunn, Helene Lewis Carol Fields - - - - Patricia Barnes, Eloise Tucker Shirley Baker Elizabeth Morris Patsy Strickland DED! CATION With deep appreciation, we, the Seniors of nineteen hundred and sixty, wish to dedicate the ' 60 Chieftain to our parents. We feel you are deserving of this honor. You have encouraged us when the road seemed rugged, understood and helped us with our problems, and shared our disappointments, sorrows, and joys. You make many sacrifices for our hap- piness when sometimes. we don ' t even realize how much you ' re willing to sac- rifice. Your patience has helped us in attaining our goals. With love and sincere gratitude we proudly dedicate the ' 60 Chieftain to you, our parents. TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1 960 I extend to each of you my sincere congratulations for having completed one of your foremost goals - a high school education. 1 hope that each of you will long remember the school and your teachers who have made the reaching of this goal possible. Any school is as good as its student body, and we, Nahunta High School, appreciate each contribution that each of you has added to our long list of qualities. May each of you be a better citizen because of the instruc- tion and direction that this institution has afforded you. Mrs. Hazel Hol- land, school sec- retary, joined our staff this year. Our present school board was appointed last spring. Mr. Hardy Talton, Chairman Mr. Joe Morris Mr. Dewey Pate BUS DRIVERS Michael Whaley - 7 Jovance Whaley - 65 Mary Ann Howell - 59 Theodore Hardison - 105 Willie Rollins - 10 Roy Sullivan - 86 Bobby Bunn - 34 From the first through the twelfth, Mr. Sam Holland, our janitor, is known as everybody ' s friend, He can fix anything and really helps out during the school day and all the time. Lunchroom manager, Mrs. Alma Holland, after several months of illness, is welcomed back by her co-workers, Annie Cudd- ington, Beulah Barnes, and Retha Sasser. FACULTY LUCILLE HOLLAND HETTIE SASSER BERTHA PEACOCK First Grade First and Second Second Grade We’re glad to have with us still some teachers that taught us in our early years but we always welcome our new faces. DORA FLEMING Third Grade EVA WOOTEN Fourth Grade LOUISE LEWIS Fifth Grade MOZELLE GURLEY Sixth Grade COLLEEN SASSER Seventh Grade AJNiNC wttJts CHARLES BOYKIN DARWIN WILLIAMS VELMA HOLT DORIS GURLEY Eighth Grade Math Social Studies Commercial English - French ELIZABETH SCOTT Home Economics JESSE GRIMES Agriculture ARTHUR CLIFFORD Public School Music CORINNE B. SELBY Piano WILLLAM SYKES Driver ' s Educ. seniors ELIJAH LEON AYCOCK F.F.A. 1.2. 3, 4; Jr. Play, Sub. Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. Officer 4; Basketball 1; Warriors’ Club 1.2 BOBBY ALLEN BUNN F.F.A. 1,2. 3. 4; Officer 2. 3.4; Baseball 1,2, 3.4; Most valuable player 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- Captain 2,3,4; Most valuable player 3; County All-Tourney 1,2 ; Sportsmanship 2; Glee Club 3,4; Student Council 1,3,4; Officer 3, 4; Warriors ' Club 1,2, 3,4; Offi- cer 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Mr. Chieftain 4; Class Officer 1; Bus Driver 4; Sub. 3; Jr. -Sr. Plays LOU ANN AYCOCK Basketball 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1, 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1, 2,3,4; Warriors ' Club 1,2, 3, 4; Softball 3 BILLY RAY COX F.F.A. 1,2, 3.4; Jr, -Sr. Play; Substitute Bus Driver 3; Class Editor of Annual PATRICIA INEZ BARNES Cheerleader 8, 1; Head 2,3; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Warriors ' Club 1,2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Wait- ress at Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2; Newspaper Staff 4; County 3rd Place Winner in Miss Holiday Season; Jr. -Sr, Plays AMY JEANNETTA EDGERTON Annual Staff; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Softball 3,4; Warriors ' Club 1,2, 3,4; Sub. Bus Dr. 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Officer 3; Beta Club 3,4; Officer 3; Music Club 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Stud. Council 1; Officer 1; Class Officer 4; Lib. 4; Jr. -Sr, Play; Marshals; Cheerleader 8; Grange Citizen- ship Medal THEODORE Me ARTHUR HARDISON Warriors’ Club 1, 2; Timekeeper 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Class President 4; Annual Photographer; Newspaper Staff 4; Creed Contest Winner 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Safety Driver ' s Award 3; Annual Staff Rep. 3 DOROTHY SANDRA GINN F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Warriors’ Club 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Jr. and Sr. Play Prompter; Newspaper Staff 4 BARBARA CAROL FIELDS 4-H Club 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Cheer- leader 1,2, 3, 4; Asst. Head Cheerleader 3; Head 4; Warriors’ Club 1,2, 3,4; Jr. and Sr. Plays; Annual Staff; Class Officer 2, 3; Librarian 2,4 GRACE HELEN GURLEY Waitress at Father and Son Banquet 1; Junior Play Usherette 3; Senior Play Usherette 4; Warriors’ Club 2; Music 2; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Advertis- ing Manager Senior Play 4; News- paper Reporter 4 PATSY WINDERS GINN Cheerleader 1,2; Asst. Head Cheerleader 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Warriors’ Club 1,2; Sr. Play LOIS LEE EDGERTON F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Officer 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Music 1,2; Librar- ian 1; Warriors’ Club 1,2; Basket- ball 1,2; Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Waitress Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2; Father and Son Banquet 3; Chief Marshal; French Award 2,3; Jr. and Sr. Plays; Annual Staff; As. Editor of Highlights; Smdent Council 3; Beta Club 3,4 NATHAN THOMAS HOLLAND Jr. and Sr. Plays; Basketball 3; Manager 1, 2; F.F. A. 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Warriors ' Club 1, 2, 3; Sub. Bus Driver 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4. HELENE LEWIS Annual Staff 4; Jr. Play; Basket- ball 1,2, 3, 4; Co -Captain 4; Warriors ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Class Officer 1; Halloween Queen 4; Sub. Bus Driver 4; Waitress Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2 MARY ANN HOWELL Annual Staff; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Best Sportsmanship 2; Co-Captain 4; Softball 3,4; Warriors ' Club 1,2, 3, 4; Officer 3; Bus Driver 4; Sub. 3; F.H.A. 1.2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3,4; Music Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Marshal 3 CHARLOTTE FAYE POPE F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Officer 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Officer 4; Co- Editor of Annual; Class Officer 1, 2,3; Warriors ' Club 1; Marshal 3; Jr. and Sr. Plays; Basketball 2; Student Council 2, 3; Officer 3; American History Award 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Waitress Jr. -Sr. Banquet 3; Father and Son Banquet BILLY RAY JORDAN Girls ' Basketball Manager 1,2, 3, 4; Warriors ' Club 3,4; Class Officer 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; F.F. A. 1,2, 3; Officer 3; Student Council 4; 4-H Club 1,2 JOYCE BETHANNIE RICKS Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2,3; Co-Editor of Annual; Sr. and Jr. Plays; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Officer 3,4; Beta Club 3, 4; Officer 4; Student Council 1, 3; Officer 2; Editor of Newspaper 4; Marshal 3; Librarian 1; Jr. Rep. Annual Staff; 2nd place in recitation division at County Fair; DAR Award 4; Wait- ress Jr. -Sr. Banquet BILLY EUGENE ROBBINS Class Officer I; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Substitute Bus Driver 4; Jr. Play EMMITT WAYNE SASSER F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Junior Play; Librarian 4; Warriors ' Club 1; Lights at Sr. Play WILLIE McCULLEN ROLLINS F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 3; Bus Driver 4 JESSE BENJAMIN STRICKLAND F.F.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1,3,4; Warriors ' Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Student Council 2,4; Class Officer 1; Annual Staff 4; Jr. Play ROY CLOVIS SULLIVAN Most outstanding Mechanic Award 1; F.F.A. 1, 2, 4; Warriors ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Most improved basketball player 3; Jr. Play; Sr. Play JASPER GLENN SASSER Glee Club 1,3,4; Warriors ' Club 1, 2,3,4; Officer 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4, Vice Pres. 2,3, President 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Co -Captain 4; Sr. Play JOVANCE WHALEY F.F.A, 1,2; Basketball 2, 3,4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Sub. Bus Driver 3 RALPH VERNON WELLS Basketball 2, 3,4; Manager 1; Base ball 1,2, 3,4; Warriors ' Club 1,2,3, 4; Annual Staff; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Officer 4; Sr. Play ELOISE TUCKER Librarian 2; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Newspaper Staff DOROTHY BREATRESS EVANS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Shorthand Club 4, Transfer from Pikeville 4 WILLIAM HILTON WINDERS. JR. F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Officer 2, 3, 4; Substitute Bus Driver 4; Warriors Club 1 MICHAEL OWEN WHALEY Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 4; Warriors ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Sub. Bus Driver 3; Librarian 4; Announcer 2; Timekeeper 2. CLASS SONG There’s nothing left for us Of days that used to be. They’re just the memories that live forever more. Some gifts from classmates true, An autograph or two. We see the joys we ' ve shared throughout our high school days. A few more faithful friends that lead us through the years, Have always done their best to give us consolation. We’ve kept dreams, one by one, and as the school days end. We find fond memories among our souvenirs. May success be ours and as we say farewell, We’ll miss Nahunta High and memories of past years. Song: Faye Pope CLASS POEM A little push when the road was steep Has brought us up the hill; A little prayer when the clouds hung low Has brought our souls a thrill. A little clasp from a hand that’s kind Has lifted from crushing care; A little word from a voice that’s sweet Has saved us from despair. So to our dear friends whom we love and trust And to our teachers who have shown us the way; We are truly grateful as we say good-bye We will think of you on life’s highway. Dear Nahunta, the school so bold and true We’ll remember you as we go; We ' ll always keep you close to our hearts Because we love you so. Poem: Grace Gurley CLASS COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: Red Rose MOTTO Knowledge is the key to wisdom’s treasure. BEST-ALL-AROUND Joyce Ricks Bobby Bunn MOST DEPENDABLE Carol Fields Theodore Hardison MOST TALENTED Grace Gurley Roy Sullivan NEATEST Faye Pope Wayne Sasser IMOST-LIKELY-TO- SUCCEED Lois Edgerton Bill Jordan ) CUTEST Helene Lewis Hilton Windors MOST COURTEOUS Lou Ann Aycock Willie Rollins MOST ATHLETIC Mary Ann Howell Ralph Wells BEST SPORT Sandra Ginn N. T. Holland CLASS HISTORY ADE TEACHER PRINCIPAL JOINED LEFT 1 Dora Fleming Bertha Peacock William Bryson Theodore Hardison Lessie Rowe 2 Bertha Peacock Dixie Edmundson 3 Mary Pipkin Sandra Crawford Bertha Peacock W. P. Hollowell Willie Rollins 4 Lena Smith 5 Louise Lewis Jeannetta Edgerton Michael Whaley Betty Jo Woodard Eva Wooten 6 Mozelle Gurley 7 Coleen Sasser 8 Charles Boykin Harry Beard Patsy Ginn Hilton Winders Wayne Jordan Billy Gardner Betty Stafford 9 Don Shackelford 10 Joshua Foyles David Green Sandra Ginn 11 Joshua Foyles Woodard Gurley William Barnes 12 Doris Gurley Billy Cox Shirley Bedford Dorothy Evans Woodard Gurley The fall of the year 1948 was an importan t one for 48 beginners of school. We were never together during our grammar grades until the fifth grade. We did not know very much about school and were a little rowdy at first, but it certainly didn ' t take us long to learn to calm down. Our first three years were filled with learning and getting along with people. In our fourth year we all had a wonderful time on a visit to our State Capitol in Raleigh. We saw all kinds of interesting and scary things in the museum. Our visit to the planetarium was educational and provided a sleeping place for a few students and chaperones. We had our usual trips and parties all through our grammar grades. Then in the seventh grade we attended the colorful Ice Capades at Raleigh. No one could deny having a wonderful time. The fall of 1955 was another important one for us. We were upstairs with the high school and we even changed classes just as the others did. But. we were still not considered high school students. Our class took a trip to the cliffs. As Freshmen, we had a grand time at Gold Park Lake roasting weiners and swimming. Later we attend- ed a movie at the Air Vue. We ended our Sophomore year with a welcomed trip to White Lake. I wonder if any of us returned without being blistered! We ' thought we had been busy during our school years, but our Junior year proved us wrong. We did everything we could think of to raise money for our Junior-Senior Banquet which we were to have in the spring. We picked cotton, got up peanuts, sweet potatoes, pulled corn, sold magazines, candy, and stationery. We even presented a Junior Play called " Gentlemen Preferred " on April 3, 1959. We couldn ' t forget our chapel program pantomines of " South Pacific. " ! Career Day was held at Meadow Lane Elementary School on March 13, 1959. I am sure that none of us will forget that day. On April 17, 1959, we gave the Seniors the long-waited-for banquet at Griffin ' s. Our theme was " Stair- way to the Stars, " and our decora- tions were beautiful. We were even able to invite someone and everyone enjoyed the dance afterwards. The part we played in graduation exercises was a little sad, because we knew then that we only had one more year of high school. Our exciting Senior year began by our receiving our class rings. All protruding hands were followed by smiling faces for weeks afterwards. We truly enjoyed selling ads for our annual because we were allowed two days from school. We ' ve worked hard on our annual all along to make it outstanding. We were allowed another day away from school to attend Career Day at Greenville at East Carolina College. The students visited the different departments and were told the purpose of a good college education. We also worked hard on the Senior Play, " The Ghost House, " which we presented on Friday, the thirteenth of November, under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott. This should prove we are not superstitious. At Christmas, the Seniors decided to do something nice for all the high school students and teachers, so we gave them a Christmas Party in the Home Economics Department the last hour of school. Now we are looking forward to the banquet that will be given to US this year and our long-awaited trip to New York and Wasnington the week of April 4-8. After all this, we will have our last graduation ceremonies for high school. This will bring back fond memories of all the wonderful things people have done for us. We shall never be able to repay our parents, friends, and teachers, but we all hope that our futures will prove our thanks to all of them. Historian, Joyce Ricks Hail to you. Mr. and Miss Chieftain MARY ANN HOWELL and BOBBY BUNN The students selected you as the best Ones to represent all the rest Of the students at Nahunta School. " Take part in all " has been your rule! JUNIOR CLASS JANICE ANDERSON STEVE AYCOCK SHIRLEY BAKER SUSIE BAKER LLOYD BEDFORD BRAXTON BELL SANDRA CRAWFORD LILLIAN DAVIS IRIS FERRELL BILLY HOLLAND JEROME HOOKS SUE HORNE J. RAY MOORING DON MORRIS DORIS PARNELL ALBERT PIERCE LINDA SASSER BETSY THOMAS CARRIE WADE DALLAS WITHERINGTON o SOPHOMORES Woody Aycock Joe Baker Betty Barnes James Bedford Ann Bizzell Elbert Boswell Linda Bunn Geneva Edgerton Jimmy Edgerton Mattie Mae Ferrell Louise Godwin Earl Hales Faye Hall Frances Hardison Scottie Hooks Carolyn Lane Jesse Lee Brenda Mooring Elizabeth Morris John Wayne Outland ' fi ■i Clark Parrish Sue Peacock Linda Pittman Marion Pittman Linwood Radford Mary Lee Sasser Dotty Sullivan Janice Talton Maxine Whaley Peggy Winders CLASS SCHEDULE Per. Grimes Scott Gurley (12) Holt (11) Williams (10) Boykin (9) 8:40- 9:30 Study Hall Chemistry English IV Typing I World History Gen. Math 9:30- 10:20 Agri. I Home Ec. I English II Bookkeep- ing U.S. History Study Hall Ice Cream Break - - - 15 minutes 10:35- 11:25 Agri. II Home Ec. II English I Gen. Business Smdy Hall Algebra I 11:25- 12:15 Agri. Ill IV Home Ec. Ill IV French I Study Hall Health P.E. Algebra 11 Lunch 25 minutes 12:40- 1:30 Field Biology English III Typing I Civics Geometry Activity Period 40 minutes 2:10- 3:00 Field Gen. Sci. Study Hall Typing II World Geography Algebra I Drivers’ Education -William Sykes-Sixth Period FRESHMEN Alma Linda Davis Janie Crawford Arnold Bizzell Cecil Boswell Roger Aycock Jimmie Anderson Kay Godfrey Bonnie Faye Holland Linda Gardner Larry Howell Anna Edgerton Patricia Fields Kenneth Mooring Mary Jo Parrish Jimmie Mayo Frances Mayo Hiawatha Langley Roseita Jordan Ed Grace Harry Jane Patsy Ann Julia Radford Sasser Sasser Sasser Strickland Sullivan Tucker ffi EIGHTH GRADE Edna Rose Aycock Fred Baker Anna Baker Ruth Best Dorothy Blakely Franklin Collier Glenn Crawford Christine Ferrell Jackie Ginn Joan Gurley Kenneth Hales Bernice Hinnant J. K. Horne Sandra Howell Ray Howell Judy Jordan Faye Kirby Douglas Marlowe Janice Merritt Donald Mooring Betty Overman Jean Sasser Sherby Tucker Jerry Waddell Mickey Waddell Rebekah Whaley Fifth grade learning more about United States. Sixth grade fixing Thanksgiving bulletin board. Seventh grade study- ing. Eighth grade playing basketball. VSfx-i Carolyn Aycock Wayne Aycock Brenda Bedford Faye Bizzell David Burnham Sylvia Combs Albert Crawford Elbert Crawford James V. Davis Dwight Elmore Timothy Fail Pearl Grantham Robert Hales Peggy Hinnant William Hinnant Ann Holland Ricky Howell James Maples Eustice Mayo George Morris Dianne Overman Faye Overman Frankie Parrish Cheryl Pierce Jane Pittman Wayne Pittman Cleo Pope Marshall Pope Barbara Sasser Edith Sasser Faye Sasser Frances Sasser Judy Sasser Cyrus Talton Donald Thomas Jerry Waddell Linda Wade Janice Wilson SIXTH GRADE Billy Anderson Linwood Anderson Michael Aycock Rudine Aycock Allen Bedford Faye Brothers Janice Clayton Douglas Edgerton Carolyn Elmore Faye Evans Ed Ferrell Glenn Ferrell Kenneth Godfrey Joan Gooding Gerald Grant Carl Hales Jesse Hales Albert Holland Betsy Howell Sue Howell Harold Jordan Phyllis Lancaster Elwood Mitchell Melody Lane Dennis Mooring Linda Overman Randy Phillips Cindy Pope Ashley Price Alene Robinson Cherry Rose Larry Sasser Roy Sasser Ira Wade Judy Whaley Ricky Winders FIFTH GRADE Donald Anderson, Sandra Aycock, Linda Bailey, Linda AnnBarnes, Wilbert Best, J. C. Blakely, William Burnham, Jimmy Burnham, Danny Combs, Charles Corbitt, Ken Corbitt, Jimmy Crawford, Bobby Crocker, Jesse Ferrell, Lavern Gooding, Gail Gurley, Janice Hales, Ray Harrell, Lillian Hinnant, Butch Holland, James Home, Christine Jordan, Joyce Jordan, Lois Jordan, Ollie Ray Lancaster, Ronnie Lancaster, David Earl Lewis, Barbara Mayo, Ruth Mooring, Dee Ann Newsome, David Odom, James Pate, John Pate, Phyllis Pike, Patricia Phillips, Brenda Price, Kathleen Robinson, Curtis Waddell, Rodney Waddell, Charles Wade, Margaret Ward, Donnie Wilson. Phillip Aycock FOURTH Gerald Bedford Ray Blakely GRADE Billy Carter Patricia Carter Inez Connor Kenneth Evans Danny Daughtry Donald Ferrell Shelton Ginn Ronnie Grant Sheila Hales Anthony Holland Betsy Hollowell Kay Johnson Jerry Lancaster Sam Lane Dale Maples Clarence Meyers Sue Minshew Patricia Pate Vic Pierce Peggy Pittman Guy Sasser Donnie Turner Tommy Ward Billy Williford Latham Williford Sandra Wilson Debbie Aycock Elaine Aycock Laverne Aycock Donna Brown Robert Clayton Linda Connor Larry Crawford Michael Edgerton Dan Gurley James Hales Donald Howell Melvin Holland Sandra-Jones Diane Jordan Aileen Lancaster Joyce Lee Larry Odom Worth Overman Anthony Peele Wilm Pittman Bradley Price Jackie Pullin Gayle Robinson Bob Strickland Keith Wells THIRD GRADE Billie Aycock Virginia Aycock Joyce Brown John Frank Butts Dennis Collier A. C. Cooper Sharon Cooper Jill Daughtry Betty Jean Edgerton Pat Edgerton Diane Ferrell Durwood Ferrell Jeff Grimes Elaine Gurley Glinda Holland Wanda Holland Jay Howell Gerald Lancaster Bernice Lane Sammy Lane Bobby Maples Vickie Odom Gary Pittman Janet Pittman Jackie Radford Javita Waddell Marie Ward Karene Whaley Paul Bailey Rickie Best Joyce Blakely Peggy Bridgets FIRST AND SECOND COMBINATION Alan Cuddington Gayle Ferrell Billie Jean Fields Nita Gardner Diane Gay Lavern Hales Jerry Lane Stevie Minshew John Meyers Marilyn Parrish Dail Robinson Eugene Sasser Debbie Waddell Jackie Waddell Albert Williford First grade presents Christmas program. FIRST GRADE Michael Marlowe Rose Mooring Diane Pate Gregory Peele Robert Pittman Cathy Sullivan Gerald Whichard Earl Williford Third grade fixes bulletin board. Fourth grade cele brates Valentine ' Day. Frankie Aycock Reed Aycock Brenda Bailey Carol Barnes Judith Bizzell Bonnie Elmore Vickie Gurley Linda Hales William Harrell William Holland Earl Hollowell Ray Howell Linda Jordan Beverly Justice Carla D. Lane The Assembly Committee plans various assemblies, Chairman - Don Morris; Advisor - Mrs, Gurley. The Athletic Committee dis- cusses how to keep gym clean. Chairman - Bill Jordan; Advisor - Mr. Williams. The Cafeteria Committee sponsors music during lunch. Chairman - J. B. Strickland; Advisor - Miss Holt. The Grounds Committee discusses painting gym floor. Chairman - Jerome Hooks; Advisor - Mr. Grimes. STUDENT ASSOC 75 President - Bobby Bunn Vice President - Don Morri Secretary - Lillian Davis Treasurer - Linda Bunn Junior Representatives - Betsy Thomas, Jerome Hoc The Social Committee plans part- The Building Committee sponsors ies for the year. Chairman - Betsy the Christmas Decorations Contest Thomas; Advisor - Mrs. Scott. and fire drills. TION OFFICERS lior Representatives - J. B, ickland, Jimmy Edgerton. ;shman Representatives - Mary Parrish, Jane Sasser. Advisor - s. Gurley. Second Period - Michael Whaley Third Period - Lillian Davis, Jeannetta Edger- ton. Fourth Period - Susie Baker, Louise Godwin. Fifth Period - Wayne Sasser, Carol Fields. The Service Committee helps with the March of Dimes drive. Chairman - Jimmy Edgerton; Advisor - Mrs. Gurley. Sixth Period - John Wayne Out- land, Doris Par- nell. F.H.A. OFFICERS Carol Fields, Parliamen- tarian; Lillian Davis, Vice President; Faye Pope, President; Janice Ander- son, Treasurer; Linda Bunn, Secretary; Joyce Ricks, Song Leader; Lois Edgerton, Reporter; Eliz- abeth Morris, Pianist; Patricia Fields, Historian. Winners of the F. H. A. Fashion Show. Mr. Jesse Grimes, advisor, super- i ises boys working on the Fire Department Building. F.RA. OFFICERS E. L. Aycock, Sentinel; Hilton Winders, Reporter; Glenn Sasser, President; Michael Whaley, Vice President; Ralph Wells, Treasurer; Bobby Bunn, Secretary. MAXINE WHALEY SWEETHEART F.F.A. boys study hogs at Gland ' s Peele prior to participation in a county judging contest. Mrs. Doris Gurley, Advisor; Jeannetta Edgerton, Mary Ann Howell, Shirley Baker, Iris Ferrell, Albert Pierce, Sue Horne, Treas. ; Lois Edgerton, Joyce Ricks, Pres. ; Lillian Davis, Vice-Pres. ; Faye Pope, Sec. ; Betsy Thomas Beta Club, among other projects, arranges guidance files Lois Edgerton, Chief; Joyce Ricks, Mary Ann Howell, Faye Pope, Jeannetta Edger- ton, Theodore Hardison " Let us Lead by Serving Others " CLUB OFFICERS Elizabeth Morris, Secretary; Albert Pierce, Vice-President: Lillian Davis, Presi- dent; Jane Sasser, Pianist: Betsy Thomas, Historian; Alma Linda Davis, Song Lead- er; Cheryle Pierce, Reporter; Patricia Fields, Treasurer. Linda Ann Barnes, Dee Ann Newsome, Joyce Jordan, Brenda Price, Alan Bedford, Kendreth Corbett, Lois Jordan, Dorothy Blakely, Jean Sasser, Melody Lane, Phyllis Lancaster, Ray Harrell, Rudine Aycock, Cherry Rose, George Morris, Charles Cor- bett, Ashley Price, John Pate, Wayne Aycock, Albert Crawford, Cyrus Talton, David Lewis, Elbert Crawford, James Maples, Jerome Hooks, Braxton Bell, Billy Anderson, Douglas Edgerton, Curtis Waddell, Don Morris. I Piano students, taught by Mrs. Corrine Selby, present a recital twice a year. Toy Orchestra, composed of students of the first, second, and third grades, receives training in music from Mrs, Dora Fleming. FIRST ROW: Anna Edgerton, Patsy Strickland, Hele ne Lewis, Patricia Barnes, Elizabeth Morris, Linda Pittman, Iris Ferrell. Alma Linda Davis, Lillian Davis, Carrie Wade, Shirley Baker, Jane Sasser. SECOND ROW: Faye Pope, Jeannetta Edgerton, Mary Ann Howell, Maxine Whaley, Lois Edgerton, Geneva Edgerton, Sandra Ginn, Mary Lee Sasser, Bobby Bunn, Jovance Whaley, Bill Jordan, Dallas Witherington. THIRD ROW: Joyce Ricks, Sandra Crawford, Lou Ann Aycock, Carol Fields, Linda Bunn, Sue Peacock, Don Morris, Glen Sasser, Joe Baker, Roy Sullivan, N. T. Holland, J. B. Strickland, FIRST ROW: Glenn Ferrell, Ricky Howell, Cyrus Talton, James Maples, Jerry Wayne Waddell, Entice Mayo. SECOND ROW: Melody Lane, Rudine Aycock, Cherry Rose, Ann Holland, Judy Sasser, Dianne Overman, Fay Overman. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Elmore, Linda Overman, Faye Evans, Joan Gooding, Brenda Bedford, Pearl Grantham, Edith Sasser, Faye Sasser, Cheryl Pierce , Carolyn Aycock. FOURTH ROW: Donald Thomas, George Morris, Wayne Aycock, Faye Kirby, Joan Gurley, Edna Rose Aycock, Rebekah Wh aley, Wayne Pittman, Skippy Edgerton. All elementary grades have had public school music each week. For the first time in several years the Typing II class has published a school newspaper. Editor in Chief: Joyce Ricks Class Reporters: Senior: Grace Gurley Junior: Janice Anderson Sophomore: Francis Hardison Elizabeth Morris Freshman: Patsy Strickland Assistant Editor: Lois Edgerton Business Manager: Jovance Whaley Art Editor: Patricia Barnes News Editor:. Eloise Tucker Shirley Baker Assistant: Lou Ann Aycock Faculty Advisor: Miss Holt A new non-credit course, driver education, has been added this year. The students spent two months in class and each one will spend six hours driving. Co-Captains Mary Ann Howell and Helene Lewis are happy over the pros- pects of beating Eureka. Our cheerleaders, Alma Linda, Linda, Carolyn, Brenda, Janet, Carol, and Sue make a striking pic- ture as they prepare for a big game with Rosewood. 11 Jordan, acting as man- or, over a period of ars has stuck with us ' ough wins and losses. Jeannetta Edgerton Linda Bunn Maxine Whaley Linda Pittman Elizabeth bags two points against Fremont. Helene Lewis Co-Captain Anna Edgerton Grace Sasser FAMILIAR SIGHTS Members of Warrior’s Club selling chances on cakes to pay for jackets. Melvin Wells and Punk Wooten yelling at the referee. Patricia Fields Elizabeth Morris Geneva Edgerton Nahunta girls finish in third place in the North- ern conference. They defeat Rosewood in first game of tournament. Patsy Strickland Jane S asser FAMILIAR SIGHTS Spectators gather around the concession stand and discuss between halves the outcome of the game. Mrs. Williams keeps a floorscope of all games. e Nahunta girls won over Grantham in the basketball irnament to bring back the trophies to our school. Betsy Thomas Mary Ann Howell Co-Captain 2 bits 4 bits 6 bits a dollar All for Nahunta stand up and holler. " All you ' ve got to do is hustle, girls, if you want to win this game. " Linwood controls the opening tip in the Eureka game. Both teams scramble for the ball as it goes high into the air. Co-Captain Bobby Bunn Harry Sasser Ralph Wells Jimmy Edgerton Linwood Radford Nahunta boys finished second in the Northern division of the W ayne County Conference. Cheerleaders are prac- ticing hard for our next game. Marion Pittman Braxton Bell Jovance Whaley Nahunta boys take on Pikeville their first game in Tournament. Donald Bunn, Clockkeeper, Kay Pittman, score- keeper, Don Mor- ris and Steve Ay- cock. announcers, contributed to our enjoyment of each game. Linwood shoots a jump shot from the corner. J. Ray Mooring Roy Sullivan e Nahunta boys won over Mount Olive in the basket - .1 tournament to bring back the trophies to Nahunta. Co -Captain Glenn Sasser Ralph adds two points as he shoots from outside. BOYS’ COACH MR. WILLIAMS CHEERLEADERS All for Nahurita. Stand up and holler! Sue Peacock, Janie Crawford, Alma Linda Davis, Carol Fields, Head; Brenda Mooring, Linda Sasser, Carolyn Lane. Bobby Bunn, President; Mr. Williams, Advisor; Maxine Whaley, Elizabeth Morris, Carolyn Lane, Alma L. Davis, Linda Sasser, Carol Fields, Janie Crawford, Brenda Mooring, Sue Peacock, Linda Bunn, Secretary; Glenn Sasser, Vice-President; Patricia Barnes, Helene Lewis, Mary Ann Howell, Jeannetta Edgerton, Sandra Ginn, Sue Horne, Lillian Davis, Grace Sasser, Geneva Edgerton, Linda Pittman, Joe Baker, Marion Pittman, Jovance Whaley, Braxton Bell, Lou Ann Aycock, Anna Edgerton, Patricia Fields, Patsy Strickland, Jane Sasser, Janice Anderson, Betsy Thomas, Michael Whaley, Jerome Hooks, Ralph Wells, Linwood Radford, Don Morris, Albert Pierce, Scottie Hooks, Jimmy Edgerton, Roy Sullivan, Bill Jordan. Mr. Williams crowns Helene Lewis " Miss Homecoming Queen " of 1960 as Bobby Bunn, President of the Warrior s Club, presents her with a bouquet of red roses, at the homecoming game with Fremont. Francis Hardison, Maxine Whaley. Jeannetta Edgerton, Helene Lewis, Mary Ann Howell, Linda Pittman, Geneva Edgerton, Elizabeth Morris, Linda Bunn, Carrie Wade, Mattie Mae Ferrell, Janice Talton, Ann Sullivan, Sandra Crawford, Coach - Mr. Williams. Bobby Bunn, Glenn Sasser, Jovance Whaley. Scottie Hooks, Coach - Mr. Williams, Marion Pittman, Harry Sasser, Albert Pierce, Jerome Hooks, Jimmy Edgerton, Michael Whaley, Ralph Wells. I % POPE FEED MILL LECO SUPPLEMENTS and CHOWS Custom grinding and mixing We buy grain Mixed feeds for Hogs, Poultry, and C ows Operated by WORTH POPE Located on Highway 222 Route 1 Kenly, N. C. SAM’S DRIVE IN NAHUNTA GROCERY N. William St. Goldsboro, N. C. Texaco Products Red Rose Feeds 1 4 fried chicken 59 21 shrimp in basket 99 Route 2 Best in entertainment Pikeville, N. C. WGBR Request Party Phone 456-6 CITY MOTOR SALES Corner James and Ash Sts. Dial RE4-0903 Goldsboro, N. C. Loaded to the gills with most any make or model used car. See us for a real deal. Reasonable down payment On the spot financing LEAMON GURLEY FACIE WEEKS F. A. " JITTERBUG " FIELDS SALES tlANMCWm P,APIEt.DS COZART PACKING CO., INC. Wholesale Only We specialize in self-service packages Phone RE5-0262 P.O. 856 Office RE5-1566 Goldsboro, N. C. T. O. PEACOCK General Merchandise Shell Products Route 2 Pikeville, N. C. Motorcycling, greatest sport in America Sell your tobacco with RAYMOND SMITH and ROBERT MUSGRAVE at BIG BRICK WAREHOUSE Goldsboro, N. C. WARREN ' S HARLEY -DAVIDSON SALES Raleigh Highway - Goldsboro, N. C. Phone RE4-1335 Enjoy fine foods at THE CHICKEN KING d CowpMi UjiMUL 0 DAIRY FOODS MILK AND ICE CREAM ★ At your nearby store MILK AND DAIRY FOODS By convenient home delivery PINE STATE RALEIGH • OXFORD HENDERSON DUNN • GOLDSBORO North Carolina ' s Choice Since 1919 DAVIS FEED MILL Purina Chows Kenly, N. C. EDWARDS’ YOUNG MEN’S SHOP PATE-DAWSON COMPANY Goldsboro ' s Finest in Men ' s Clothing Fruits and Produce Wholesale RE 4-4391 Goldsboro, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. FREMONT MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE, INC. New and Used Cars Phone 263-6 Fremont, N. C, a:H.!riiaa;plftTfiniHTn|lPi’fl- -- " 5 - •• --- Deposit With AMERICAN BANK Goldsboro, N. C. We Pay 3% on Savings Member of Federal Deposit Ins. Corp, OSCAR TURLINGTON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fremont, N. C. FREMONT PHARMACY " Your Favorite Shopping Center " The Rexall Store Fremont, N. C BELK-TYLER’S Goldsboro, N. C, Compliments of VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL CORPORATION Makers of V-C Fertilizers SETH D. WESTBROOK, Agent 500 North Center Street Goldsboro, N. C. Dial RE 4-1677 Selma, N. C. Bus. Res. WO 5-2291 WO 5-2294 SELMA RADIO MUSIC CO. Compliments of DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY Maytag and G.E. Appliances G. E. Television We Service What We Sell NORMAN CREECH, Owner Goldsboro, N. C. ISAACS-KAHN C ompliments of FURNITURE CO., INC. MICKEY’S PASTRY SHOP " The Big Furniture Store on Center St. " 212 N. Center 118-112 N. Center St. Goldsboro, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. KENLY Compliments RED AND WHITE STORE WOODARD Your dollar buys more DRUG STORE at your Red White Store Phone 3791 Princeton, N. C. Kenly, North Carolina THOMPSON’S ELECTRIC AND PLUMBING Frigidaire and Gibson Appliances Phone 311-2 Pikeville, N. C. J. DOBBIN BAILEY GENERAL MERCHANT Zenith TV and Frigidaire Products Kenly, N. C. C ompliments of WAYNE OIL CO. Goldsboro, N. C. THE LUCAMA-KENLY BANK Safe - Sound - Dependable Service Member F. D. I. C, Kenly, N. C. KENLY LIVESTOCK GRAIN MARKET Phone 325-1 or 4846 Kenly, N. C. TALTON’S DRUG STORE Kenly, N. C. Your Dependable Druggist BLUE FLAME GAS CO. Kenly, N. C. S S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT DAIRY BAR 70 Highway 1 Mile East of Princeton Sandwiches and meals of all kinds RAINS MILLING COMPANY, INC. Cotton Ginning Milling and Grain Buyers River Valley Products Princeton, N. C. WORLEY Typewriters ' Exchange Royal Typewriters Goldsboro, N. C. Telephone RE4-0845 HEILIG-MEYERS CO. " Sign of Quality in Home Furnishings " 138 E. Walnut St. Goldsboro, N. C. BASS GROCERY Grocery, Meats and Gas R. F. D. 2 Princeton, N. C. Shop With Confidence at LEDER BROTHERS Wear with pride Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of “TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION” serving rural farms, homes, and businesses in Wilson, Wayne, Johnston, Lenoir, and Duplin Counties. We are proud to be part of the economic growth and development of Wayne County. WAYNE DAIRY COOPERATIVE, INC. Goldsboro, N. C. Owned and operated by local dairy farmers Enjoying delicious Wayne Dairy milk G . V. ORTON GROCERY BEN ELLIS Groceries and fine foods N. William St. Large assortment of clothing Furnishing for the High School Youth Goldsboro, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. FARMERS’ HARDWARE CO. COMMUNITY MOTORS CORP. Du Pont Paints Siegler Heaters Nutrena Feeds, Seeds and Fertilizers Phone 3816 Pikeville, N. FLAKE’S TIRE SERVICE Sales Service C. Goldsboro, N. C. PIKEVILLE DRUG STORE Cooper tires and recapping When you think about tires, think about us. Phone RE 5-0412 Goldsboro, N. C. Globe Veterinary - Biologicals and Pharmaceuticals Pikeville, N. C. PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Be Sociable Have a Pepsi Selma, N. C. HOWELL BROS. GROCERY Hardware - Meats Groceries - Seeds Paints - Feeds Pikeville, N. C. )SBORO I • Fashions Quality and Service IN GOLDSBORO Serving Eastern North Carolina for 95 years Goldsboro, N. C. J. D. PIKE MOTOR CO. Sales and Service Chrysler Plymouth Imperial 305 North Center St, Goldsboro, N. C. PEACOCK AND ROSE Cotton Ginning - Lumber Phone -2776 Fremont, N. C. L DEES WHITLEY General Merchandise Fertilizer Dealers Phone 245 - 1 Fremont, N. C. The Only Premium Gas in America That ' s All Gas More natural More gas per power gallon rrjm More engine More protection economy BRYAN OIL CO. Phone 4-1771 Goldsboro, N. C, GOLDSBORO PULPWOOD YARD Buyers of Standing Timber and Pulpwood Tree Marking Service Offered S. Center St. Phone Office RE5-2405 Goldsboro, N. C. JAKE STRICKLAND Owner and Operator ALDON GURLEY GROCERY CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS Route 2, Pikeville, N. C, GRIFFIN’S BARBECUE " the best in food " S. George St. Goldsboro, N. C. SAM JERNIGAN SON E. Ash Street Extension Goldsboro, N. C. Better Furniture at Lower Prices Phone RE - 5-2543 Organs and Pianos Sports Equipment MUSIC SPORTS, INC. 202-204 E. Walnut St. Phone RE-4-2871 Goldsboro, N. C, BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY Member FDIC Goldsboro, N. C. J. MILO PIERCE Nitrogen Fertilizers Solution Custom Grinding We buy grain Phone: Fremont 210-1 Route 2, Pikeville, N. C. NAHUNTA BEAUTY SALON Operated by MRS. OLIVE WHALEY Phone 456-9 Fremont Route 2 Pikeville, N. C. SULLIVAN’S JEWELERS Diamond Watches Gifts and Repairs Selma, N. C. Phone WO 5-2985 PITTMAN’S GROCERY Operated by GEORGE L. PITTMAN Located 2 Miles North of Nahunta On Highway 581 AYCOCK SELBY CO. Agents for Appliance s Mayo Curers - Fertilizers Paint Phone 295-1 Fremont, N. C. ROGERSON MILLING CO. Custom Grinding and Mixing Nutrena and F. C. X. Feeds We Buy Grain Phone 3167 Route 2 Kenly, N. C. SOUTHERLAND FURNITURE CO. Your Friendly Dealer Phone RE 4-4011 112 North John St. Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of POOLE’S Frozen and Canned Foods Durham, N. C. ' Ptyi GOOD FOOD COFFEE SHOP Milk Shakes - Hot Dogs Hamburgers Hwy. 117 Phone 3346 Fremont, North Carolina DEWEY BROS., INC. Founders, Machinists, Mill Supplies Metal Building Supplies Steel Fabricators Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of CASH DRUG CO. 113 East Walnut St. RE-4-4221 Goldsboro, N. C. PATE-DAWSON MOTOR CO., INC. Phone RE-4-4221 Center and Ash Sts. Godsboro, N. C. Oldsmobile -Sales and Service PIKEVILLE GIN COMPANY Ginners and Buyers L. H. VAIL JR. T. L. SMITH Pikeville, N. C. " Sign of Good Taste " GOLDSBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Compliments of J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. " The Home of Values " Goldsboro, N. C. DRINK COCA-COLA CRAWFORD’S MEN’S SHOP The Best in Men ' s Wear Phone 485-2 Pikeville, N. C, LANCASTER SUPPLY Mathie s on Fertilizer Insecticide s Irrigation Purina Feeds Hardware She rwin- W illiams Paints Seeds Phone RE-5-1988 Near Patetown WAYNE MEDICAL SUPPLY COMPANY Surgical Elastic Stockings, Wheel Chairs, and Rental Oxygen Service in the Home JOHN and TALMAGE THIGPEN Owners J H SALVAGE PARTS Used Cars New and Used Parts JIM HOWELL RE 5-2649 Pikeville, N. C. CAROLINA WAREHOUSE North Williams St. Goldsboro, N. C. GUY BEST DURWOOD PRICE DAVID VANN SMITH RICHARD’S JEWELERS 106 N. Center St. Goldsboro, N. C. Gifts for Every Occasion Diamonds Watches Stone Rings Watch and Jewelry Repairs Electrical Appliances Wilson Hwy. 117 To Top the Market Everytime Sell Your Tobacco With Cozart, Eagles Co. at CENTER BRICK WAREHOUSE Wilson, N. C. We Lead Wilson Wilson Leads the World TOM PEACOCK’S SANITARY MARKET Phone 2751 Fremont, N. C. AMERICAN PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO. , INC. Wholesale Distributors Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Mt. Olive Highway Goldsboro, N. C. Phone RE. 4-1586 DUMAS-GIDDENS OIL WAYNE COMPANY, INC. Pure Petroleum Products POULTRY COMPANY ARCHIE and HAYWOOD ROSE Dealers in iPUREj Chickens and Eggs - Pecans Be Sure With Pure All Kinds of Farm Produce Goldsboro, N. C. Office Phone RE 4-3261 Residence Phone RE 4-1608 Phone RE-5-0571-2 Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of MADE-RITE BAKERY Made -Rite and Sunbeam Bread and Rolls RE 5-0344 Goldsboro, N. C. RALPH DAWSON CALVIN DAVIS, JEWELER GROCERY Bulova and Craton Watches AND Da son and Longlife Diamonds FEEDS Bellovane Bands " We Service What We Sell " Highway 70, East of Owner Phone CALVIN DAVIS RE 4-1798 Princeton, N. C. Route 5 Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of Shop at w. w. MOTOR SALES WOOLWORTH’S First S. Slocumb St,. Goldsboro, N. C. Phone RE 5-1370 RUSSELL WELLS PAUL WORRELL Goldsboro, N. C. THE HUB OAKLEY’S DEPARTMENT STORE POMERANIAN PUPPIES Goldsboro, N. C. Highway 581 North Goldsboro, N. C. Phone RE 4-5436 Phone RE 4-0426 GOODMAN GROCERY AND MARKET NAHUNTA HOG MARKET Dealer in Heavy and Fancy Groceries Sherwin-Williams Paints Feeds and Poultry Pikeville, N. C. Phone 3812 RACKLEY’S GARAGE Live Hog Buyers Auto Repairs of Near Nahunta School All Kinds " We Buy Hogs Every Day " Phone 3038 Pikeville, N. C. i Phone 2108, Fremont, N. C. SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN GOLDSBORO, N.C. FLEMING-VAIL OIL COMPANY Petroleum Products Compliments of FIELDS “RED AND WHITE” GROCERY Phone 2085 South Slocumb St. Pikeville, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. DEES YELVERTON PIKEVILLE FEED MILL CO. Du Pont Paints and Armour ' s Fertilizers Westinghouse Appliances Farm Supplies Phone 4351 Fremont, N. C. ISAAC DEES, JR. M. C. YELVERTON Custom Grinding and Mixing Home of J. P. Feeds Pikeville, N. C. ■ Life - Hospital - Casualty- Farm Liabili.,y - Hail BROOM MOTOR CO. GRANGE INS. AGENCY Phone RE 4-0825 N. John St. Goldsboro, N. C. Dedicated to the Service of Agriculture JOHNNIE HOWELL, Agent Phone RE 4-4649 Route 2, Pikeville, N. C. BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO. Complete Banking, Insurance, Trust and Farm Management Service. u i 11 I Pikeville, N. C. Fremont, N. C, Member F. D. I. C. H. M. GRIZZARD CO. " We Serve You From the Cradle to the Grave " Kenly, N. C, BRUCE’S HOT DOG STAND Good Food of All Kinds Wilson, N. C. JOYNER’S MEMORIAL SERVICE Cemetery Memorials 301 Highway South Phone 5395 Wilson, N. C. THOMPSON’S SERVICE STATION AND GRILL Phone 208-3 Pikeville, N. C S. W. MILLING CO. Custom Grinding and Mixing Phone 253-1 Fremont, N. C. FREMONT SUPERETTE Dependable Service Fruits and Vegetables, Fresh Meats Fremont, N. C. GEORGE W. AYCOCK SONS U.S. 117 North Goldsboro, N. C. " Your Oliver Dealer " Finest in Farm Machinery PARKER’S BARBECUE Real Pit Barbecue Brunswick Stew Southern Fried Chicken U.S. Hwy. 301 Ph. 70972 Wilson, N. C. DUN-RITE CLEANERS and ONE STOP GROCERY " We aim to please " Phone RE 4-3984 Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of SMITH-DOUGLAS FERTILIZER Goldsboro, N. C. PIKEVILLE OIL CO. Mobil Oil Products Mobil Pikeville, N. C, FREMONT WHOLESALE CORPORATION Paints - Building Supplies C oal Distributors Petroleum Products Fremont, N. C. Compliments of CAROLINA TRACTORS, INC. Massey- Fergus on Phone RE 4-0781 Goldsboro, N. C. TRADE-RITE MOTORS We buy and sell clean, used cars Cor. Center and Oak Streets Goldsboro, N. C. Owners and Operators JOHNNIE LANCASTER, O. L. STARLING Fremont, N. C. Res. Phone Res. Phone 4371 BE. 5-1806 i R. H. OIL COMPANY Mount Olive Highway South of Goldsboro, N. C. Full-o-Pep - Heating Oils and Gasoline Motor Oils - Tires Batteries Compliments of FARMERS’ FREEZER LOCKER Goldsboro, N. C. Compliments of HOOD’S TRAILER VILLAGE S. Slocumb St. Goldsboro, N. C. MARIE’S BEAUTY SHOP Manicures Cosmetics Owner and Operator MARIE WILLIAMS Route 2 RE 4-0690 Pikeville, N. C. IF IT’S GOOD FOOD CORNER GRILL Kenly, N. C. CASH CORNER GROCERY Fresh Meats, Groceries Esso Gas and Oil GEORGE W. BALLANCE Owner and Prop. Kenly, N. C. Phone 9456 GIDDENS JEWELERS Goldsboro, N. C. SCOTT ' S BARBECUE Goldsboro, N. C. WHITE ' S TIRE SERVICE Goldsboro, N. C. SETH B. HOLLOWELL OIL CO. Goldsboro, N. C. WILMA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Pikeville, N. C. HI -WAY GRILL Princeton, N. C. AUTOMOTIVE WHOLESALERS Goldsboro, N. C. ROSE CLEANERS Fremont, N. C. A FRIEND CANDY KITCHEN Goldsboro, N. C. C. E. EDGERTON Goldsboro, N. C. EDWARD NEWSOME GROCERY S. of Pikeville on Hwy. 117 DRIVE-IN GRILL Adamsville, N. C. NELSON ' S PHOTO SHOP Goldsboro, N. C. COMPLIMENTS OF VINE EDWARDS SONS Princeton, N. C. A. F. HOLT SONS Princeton, N. C. GEORGE SMITH Adamsville, N. C. BRAXTON ROSE GROCERY Pinkney Route 2, Fremont, N. C. SEYMOUR FUNERAL HOME, INC. Goldsboro, N. C. FARMER ' S SUPPLY CO. Goldsboro, N, C. CO. EMORY ANDREWS Goldsboro, N. C. ESSO SERVICE STATION Fremont, N. C. VOGUE SALON Fremont, N. C. TOLER LANGSTON MOTOR SALES, INC. Princeton, N. C. BAILEY FUNERAL HOME Selma, N. C. THE TOWN SHOP Princeton, N. C. CITY BARBER SHOP Kenly, N. C. MORRIS SASSER GROCERY Pinkney, Route 2, Fremont, N. C. CENTRAL LUNCH Goldsboro, N, C. SEARS -ROEBUCK AND CO, COMPLIMENTS OF MILTON BEST INS. , Fremont, N. C. KENLY FROZEN FOOD LOCKER Goldsboro, N. C. Kenly, N. C. BARBER SHOP JOHN F. HOBBS STOCK YARD Adamsville, N. C. Goldsboro, N. C. JOHNSON COTTON CO. Goldsboro, N. C. WARWICK’S SUPERETTE Goldsboro, N. C. OUTLAND’S GROCERY MARKET Fremont, N. C. HOOK ' S JEWELER Fremont, N. C. MAY ' S RADIATORS SERVICE PAUL C. BLACOCK Goldsboro, N. C. Fremont, N. C. VAN ROCKEL FLORIST Goldsboro, N. C. RAINS AUTO SALE Kenly, N. C. CASEY’S LAUNDRY Goldsboro, N. C. HOOKS ELLIS INSURANCE Fremont, N. C. FARMER’S CLEANERS Goldsboro, N. C. BAILEY ’S JEWELRY Goldsboro, N. C. WILBERT’S HOT DOG STAND Selma, N. C. PATE ’S SERVICE STATION Pikeville, N. C. CITIZENS SAVINGS LOAN ASSOC. Goldsboro, N. C. HI-WAY GARAGE (NEW USED CARS) Pine Level, N. C. RAIN ’S HARDWARE CO. Princeton, N. C. MILDRED KELLY ’S DRESS SHOP Adamsville, N. C. SKINNEY’S DRIVE-IN Adamsville, N. C. ASH STREET MOTORS Goldsboro, N. C. PIERCE BARBER SHOP Princeton, N. C. PROPHECY Would you like to take a look at the Seniors of 1960 ten years from now? Well, here we are: Billy Robbins Willie Rollins Wayne Sasser E. L. Aycock Jovance Whaley Billy Cox Hilton Winders Jeannetta Edgerton N. T. Holland Joyce Ricks Lois Edgerton Faye Pope Ralph Wells Helene Lewis Patricia Barnes Eloise Tucker Glenn Sasser Roy Sullivan Theodore Hardison Patsy W. Ginn Lou Ann Aycock Prophet - Mary Ann Howell I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Sixty, of Nahunta High School, in the county of Wayne, the State of North Carolina, being of sound mind, and realizing our impending departure from this school, do hereby declare and make this our last will and testament. ARTICLE 1 To the school, we leave our fond memories and good times in hopes that all students will enjoy their school days as much as we have. ARTICLE II To the teachers, we leave our deepest appreciation for their efforts toward increas- ing our wisdom. ARTICLE III To the underclassmen; To the Junior Class we leave our firecrackers so they will have some at Senior Play practice next year. To the Sophomore Class, we leave our ability to work and make money, for we know they have their eyes on a New York trip also. To the Freshman Class, we leave our place in the lunch line, for they will be able to eat first when they get to be Seniors. ARTICLE IV Individual Bequests: E. L. Aycock leaves his ability to own a car and drive it to school to Doris Parnell; Patricia Barnes, her good looks to Maxine Whaley to add to those she already has. Bobby Bunn leaves his ability as high-scorer on the ball team to Lin- wood Radford: Lou Ann Aycock, her sewing ability to the Freshman girls next year. Billy Cox leaves his sneaky ways to Don Morris; Jeannetta Edgerton, her personality and ability to be popular to Betsy Thomas. N. T. Holland leaves his curly hair to Ed Rad- ford; Lois Edgerton, her books and study habits to Lillian Davis. Theodore Hardison leaves Janice to anyone man enough to take her; Carol Fields, her ability to get the ring but not the license while in school to Iris Ferrell. Bill Jordan leaves his Bible to Dallas Witherington in hopes he will use it some; Grace Gurley, her artistic ability to Shirley Baker. Billy Robbins leaves his Bookkeeping Brains to a dumb fellow that takes it next year; Sandra Ginn, her diet sheets to Patricia Fields. Willie Rollins leaves his courteous ways to whoever needs them; Patsy Ginn, her ability to get married and stay in school to her cousin. Peggy Winders. Glenn Sasser leaves his ability to go steady without thinking of other girls to J. Ray Mooring: Mary Ann Howell, her ability to play first string basketball for three years to Elizabeth Morris. Wayne Sasser leaves his ability to sneak in on a love affair to whoever wants to try it, for it worked for him; Helene Lewis, her big mouth to Janice Anderson. J. B. Svickland leaves his blonde pony tail to whoever can beat his time; Faye Pope, her neatness to Faye Hall and she is also glad just to be leaving high school so she can join her boyfriend at E. C. Roy Sullivan leaves his bass voice to James Bedford: Joyce Ricks, her leadership ability to Albert Pierce, so the Seniors will have a good leader next year. Ralph Wells leaves his typing language and his typewriter, if it has any keys left, to Woody Aycock: Eloise Tucker, her quiet ways to Mary Jo Parrish. Jovance Whaley leaves his mustache to Kenneth Mooring: Michael Whaley, his new car and far-off girl friends to Jerome Hooks; Hilton Winders, his first year Algebra book to whoever has to take it for three years. In witness whereof, we the Senior Class of 1960, do set seal on this the twenty- seventh day of May, Nineteen Hundred and Sixty. Testator, Jeannetta Edgerton W- ■ With keys in hand, we face the future, a challenging, yet we hope rewarding, future. Our success will partially be determined by the degree to which we have mastered the tools and profited by the experiences afforded us. Success will be found for us by opening different doors to the future but may we all find one that will lead to the greatest test of a successful life, that of a respectable, civic-minded citizen in per- sonal life, home, and community. " Whither ? Far, through their rosy depths, dost thou pursue thy solitary way " " He who, from zone to zone. Guides through the boundless sky thy certain flight. In the long way that I must tread alone, Will lead my steps aright. " TO A WATERFOWL William Cullen Bryant AUTOGRAPHS - - • X - t - y d d -‘■Zi, y 6 - " . I y y y - yd A. 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