Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1956
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BOBBY AUSTIN, Business Manager
LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, Advisor
Published by the Senior Class
of NEEDHAM B. BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL
Raleigh, North Carolina
ULlVlA RANEY UBRARY
4016 Carya Drive
Alma Mater. we salute thee.
Bounteous giver hear our praise
For within thy walls we've garnered
Gifts enriching all our days:
Opportunity for friendship.
Guidance in our quest for truth
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Faith through all our grave endeavor
Understanding love of youth.
These our gifts. O Alma Mater.
We shall cherish through the days,
Striving still through high endeavor
Thus to render thee our praise.
HTCDN HIGH SCHCCJL
It is because of' his Co-operation and participa-
tion in school activities, for his unending endeavors
i11 our lnehalf, for hia individual attention, and for
his loyal friendship, that We, the Senior Class of
l956, dedicate our edition ol
FARMER S. SMITH, JR.
Faculty ancl clmmlstratlon
The administration ol- all llalcigh schools is under the
direction of the Superintendent ol' Public Schools. Jesse U.
Sanderson has served in this capacity since his election to
the position in 'l9f12.
5 gg' Joseph Holliday has headed the adniinistration of
Needham Broughton in its hrst year as a senior high school.
' Kingston Johns, Jr.. Assistant Principalg Mrs. Lillian Sand-
ling. Dean ol Glrlsg and Vtfatson Holyheld. Dean of Boys,
y have completed the administrative staff. Mrs. Ruth Stephen-
son and Mrs. Green composed the rest of the office staff.
v The composition of the faculty ol Broughton has heen a
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rather unique one this year. Several Ill6lTllhCl'S came to this
school from Hugh Morson, and a rather large nuniher of
i' new teachers have replaced former Broughton faculty meni-
MR JFSSE O QANDFRQON hers who are now teaching in junior high. It has heen through
Superinzemienf the efforts of faculty and administration, as Well as through
the efforts of students. that Broughtonis first year as a senior
high school has heen so successful.
First row, left to right: Mrs. Stephenson, Mr. Holliday, Mrs. Green. Second row: Mr. Johns. Mrs. Sandling, and Mr.
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Bliss Pviiny. ixliss Taylor: Mrs
Fl:-tclivr. Mrs. Johnson. Mrs
vM00lt'll. Mrs. Price-. Stanfling
Mrs. Marvmn. Mr. Walkvr. Mr
Sitting, left to right: Miss P1-rl
ne-au. Mrs. Shorv. Mr. Cillwrt
Miss MCD:-arman. Standing: Mrs
Elwrliart. Mr. Briley, Mr. Hamil
Ion. Miss Fruman. Mr. Lintlii
Clllll., Mr. Glover, Miss Ellington
Scarf-11, left to right: Mrs. Mc
Lvoml, Mr. Smith. Stamling: Mrs
Osborne. Mr. Malthie, Miss Cog
dell. Mrs. Fleming, Miss Luns
ford, Mrs. Sl:-ll, Miss Smaw, Mr
First row, left to right: Mrs. Gil-
bertg Mrs. Ehrlich. Sewnzl row
Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Swain, Mrs
Delgado, Miss Coffey. Mrs
Kahd . Third row: Miss Strothc-r
Mr. Arbes, Mrs. Lamlu. Mrs
Smaltz. Mr. King.
Sitting, left to right: Mrs. Sharpe
Mr. Finch, Mrs. Clayton. Mrs
Stack, Mrs. Fonvillv, Mr. Taylor,
Mr. Hornback. Stumling: Mr
Wiggs. Miss Hobgooml. Mrs. Mel
Left to right: Mr. Siegel, Miss
NIR. JOSI-:PII Q. IIOLLIDAY. A.B.. M.A.
MR. Sur .ARIN-IS. A.B.. M.lC.
NIR. ISIORERT A. BARNES, B.S.. M.A.
MR. FRANK E. BRILEY. M.E.
NIRS. NIALIRICR H. CLAYTON. A.B.
MISS NATALIE COFFEY. A.B.. M.A.
NIISS LESSIE COGDICLL. A.B.
MRS. M. E. DELGADO. B.A.. M.A.
NIR. W. P. DESI'RES.B.S.
Science and Physical Education
MRS. JOHN A. ERERIIART
MISS NIARY OLIVER ELLINGTON, B.S., M.S
Biology. Anatomy and Physiology
INIRS. ALICE R. EHRLICH, A.B.
MR. JAMES FINCH. A.B., M.A.
MRS. NIARY M. FLEMING, A.B.
MRS. J. E. FLETCHER, A.B.
English and Latin
MRS. MARY SUE B. FONVILLE, A.B., M.A.
MISS CLAIRE FREEMAN, A.B.
Biology and Chemistry
MISS FANNIE PEARL FULCIIER, A.B
NIRS. GERALDINE GILBERT, B.S.
MR. R. B. GILBERT, B.S.
MR. IRVING T. GLOVER, B.S.
MRS. SIIERRY W. GREEN
NfIR. C. M. HAMILTON, B.S.. M.A.
MISS FRANCES HORGOOD, B.S.. M.A.
MR. J. J. HORNRACR, B.C.S.. M.A., PILB.
MR. J. WATSON HOLYFIELD, B.S.
Dean of Boys
MR. KINGSTON' JOHNS, JR., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
MRS. WIILDRED JOIINSON, A.B.
Public Speaking, English
MRS. NICLL KAHDY, A.B.. M.A.
English, French, German
MR. CARROLL KING, B.S.. M.A.
MRS. TORA T. LADU, A.B., M.A.
MR. ALFRED S. LINTHICUIVI, B.S.
MISS SARAH LUNSFORD, A.B.
MR. ARMSTRONG IVIALTBIE, B.S.
MRS. J. L. MARCOM.A.B.
MRS. O. D. MCLEOD, B.S.
MRS. ELLA B. IVICDEARMAN, B.A.. M.A.
MRS. J. H. IVIELTON, B.S., M.A.
MRS. LOUISE OSBORNE, A.B.. M.S.
MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, A.B.. M.A.
English and Journalism
MRS. PHYLLIS PEACOCK, B.A., M.A.
English and Creative Writing
MRS. KATHERINE PEDNEAU, A.B.
MISS MARY PENNY, B.A., M.A.
MRS. NAN W. PRICE, A.B.
. English, Dramatics
MISS HELEN RUNNION, A.B.. M.A.
MRS. LILLIAN SANDLINC, A.B.. M.F.d.
Dean of Girls
MRS. JENNIE SHARP, A.B.
MR. W. F. SI-IEALEY, A.B.
MRS. NANCY B. SHORE, B.S.
MR. JOEL H. SIEGAL, A.B.
MRS. BARBARA G. SIMMONS, B.S., M.A.
MRS. WILLIAM SMALTZ, B.S.
MISS ANNIE SMAW, B.S.. M.S.
MR. FARMER S. SMITH, B.S.. M.E.
MRS. ELIZABETH STACK, A.B., M.A.
English, Social Studies
MRS. RUTH STEPHENSON
MRS. HATTIE ELLICE STELL, B.S.
MISS MELISSA STROTHER, A.B.
MRS. VIRGINIA SWAIN, B.S., M.S.
MISS PAULINE TAYLOE, A.B., M.A.
MR. R. B. TAYLOR, A.B.
MR. CLYDE WALKER, A.B.
Physical Education, Drivefs Education
MR. ASHTON WIGGS, A.B.
MRS. MARGARET WOOTEN, A.B.
English, Creative Writing
MISS JOAN WYMAN
MRS. SARA WRIGHT, B.S.S.A.
MRS. HELEN WHITE, B.S.
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Left to right, seated: Jesse O. Sanderson, Fred B. Wheeler. Standing: Lewis H. Powell, Joseph C.
Clark, LeRoy Martin, Mrs. Harriett Pressly, Fred Carnage. and H. C. Gillis.
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Senior Class Cfficers
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As is always the case. the senior year has heen the most
outstanding for the Class ol' l956. We feel that the merging
of three high schools into one large senior high school has
proved most stu-cessful. Under the leadership of our officers:
President, Whirley lioxleyg Vice-President, Grey Poole,
Secretary, Glenda Edgeg Treasurer, June Vlfatsong and Sgt.-
at-Arms, Ernest Charles, and with the aid of our advisor,
lVlrs. Nan Price, we have set precedents for a very large
Class projects for the year of l956 were: Career Day, Col-
lege Day, and the selling of Christmas wrapping paper for
hnanving our two dances, The Queen of Hearts and the Sen-
ior Prom. We. with the help of our parents, were the first
senior class of Broughton to sponsor a Senior Prom.
With fond memories we look hack on our Baccalaureate
Service, Senior Picnic, Class Night, Senior Assembly and on
the hig night-Graduation, June l, l956.
Our years at Broughton will ever remain in our minds
and in our hearts as actual years of pleasure.
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IVIAYNARD FRANCIS ADAMS
L'Diek', . . . Renzainfler . . . quiet . . . Depemfahle
French Club Classroom President 3.
JANE LOIJISE ACSTEN. "Aggie"
The Best . . . N. H. S .... Aggie . . . Fl'l.t'lIlH:Y
Representative to Student Council 2: Student Co-operative
1, 2. 3: Spanish Club 3. 4: Latin Club l. 2: Honor Society
3. 4: Representative to National Honor Society Conven-
tion 3: Service Club 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3, 4: Chorus l. 2:
Ensemble 3: Our Best To You Staff l, 2: Class Oflicer.
Secretary 3: Devotional 2. 3. 4.
ROBERT ALLAN AKIN. "Robby"
Little Allin . . . eyes . . . twins . . . Look out Ll.lIli1Jl'l'Q
Traffic Club l, 2: Junior Hi-Y 1. 2. V.-Pres. 2: Chorus
1, 2: Homeroom Officer 1, 4: D. E. 3. President 4.
CAROLYN FRANCES ALRRIGHT
Cute . . . hornrizns . . . trumpet
Spanish Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 2. 3. 4:
Golden Masquers 4: Y-Teens l. 2: Plays and Committee
2, Make-up 3. 4. Student Director and Props Chairman:
Class Dance Committee 3 tJr.-Sr.l: Decorations Com-
mittee for Senior Prom 4.
PATRICIA FAY ALDRIDGE. "Pat"
Pal . . . future 11081-JLQAIIPI'
Poster 4: Traffic 4: F.H.A. 4: Y-Teens 2: Chorus 1. 2:
Class Dance Committee 1. 2. 3.
WILLIANI GASTON ALLEN. "I3ill'J
uBillH .... S een with Tommy . . . Golf Lover
Junior Civic Council 3. 4: Traflic Club 3. 4: Spanish Club
3: Little Theater 2.
ERNEST R. ALLSRROOK. "Reggie"
utwargou . . . G'LiI Scooter?
Audio Visual 2: lVIaintenance 1: Latin Club 2: March-
ing Band 1, 2, 3: Symphonic Rand 3. 4: Varsity Rand
1, 2: Devotional 1. 2. 3.
JIMMY ANN ANDERSON. t'Jimmie"
Short and Sweet . . . Charlie . . . those eyes
French Club 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Little Theater 2, 4:
Y-Teens 1, 2: Chorus 2: House Committee 3, 4: Sopho-
more Editor, LATIPAC Staff: Homeroom Secretary 1:
Hi-Times Rep. 3: LATIPAC Rep. 4: Class Dance Com-
mittee 1. 2, 3: Devotional Chairman, Homeroom 2.
JAMES STEADMAN ANDERSON
Lover . . . Pontiac . . . Those eyes!
Stage Crew 3: Library Club 1: a'Great Cezars Ghostm 2:
Purple and Cold Staff 2: Homeroom Officer. Vice-Presi-
dent 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3: Class Dance Coni-
mittee 1, 2, 3: J. V. Football 2: J. V. Basketball 1, 2:
Gym Assistant 3.
HELEN MCCRARY ARENDELL
ccVivacious,' . . . Friendly . . . Smart. . . Our Queen
Social Standards 3, 4: French Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2:
Office Assistant 2, 3, 4: Band Assistant 3, 4: Honor
Society 3, 4: Service Club 4: Chorus 1: Hi-Times Staff
3: Queen of Hearts Court 1, Queen 4: Marshal 3, 4:
Sponsor 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4.
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B. FRANCIS ARNOLD
liolzlzbi '... Street aml genllf '... SlllllI'0llS!! . . Loves
Dramatics 1. 2: l'1.II.A. 1. 2: Cirls Chorus 2: Mixed
Chorus 1. 2.
ROBERT DAVID ASHER. "Bobby"
"Big: Hob" . . . Iiersalile . . . Key Club ...r flnlelope
Student Council Representative 4: Junior Civic Council 3:
Audio Visual 1. 2. 3. 4: Elections 1. 2. 3. 4: Snowball
Dance 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Service Club 4: Junior Hi-Y
l. 2: Senior Hi-Y 3. 4: Key Club 3. 4: Boys Monogram
Club 2. 3. 4: Homeroom Oflicer 1. 2. 3: Class Dance Com-
mittee 1. 2. 3: Football Team 2. 3. 4: J. V. Basketball 1:
J. V. Football l: Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4.
JARVIS DWIGHT ATKINS. "lVIidge"
Cool Clzelfe . . . Troulnles?
Student Council Vice-President 3: ,Iunior Ili-Y 1. 2.
Treasurer 2: Senior Hi-Y 3: Homeroom President I. 2.
Sgt.-at-Arms 3: Class Ollicer 1.
ALSTIN SHELDON CLYDE. "Bobby'i
llusiness Mgr .... rlepenrlalnle . . . "Will yaff'
Student Council Representative 2. 3. 4: Publicity 3. 4.
Vice-Chairman: Snowball Dance 2. 3: Latin Club 1. 2:
Senior Ili-Y 4. Treasurer: Kev Club 4: Boys lVIonogram
Club 4: Play Connnittee 2: Hz'-Tinzes Stall 3. Advertising
lVIanager 4: I,A'PIt'M: Stall 3. Jr. Editor 4. Business lVIan-
ager: Ilomeroom Officer 1. Sgt.-at-Arms 2. Pres. 3. Vice-
Pres.: Class Dance Committee 1. 2. 3: Basketball Team 4:
llomecoming 4: 25th Amiiversary Celebration: Service
Club 4: Hi-Times Representative 4.
ROBERT NIASSEY BABB
uRol1in . . . Ponliac .... 330 goof off,
A'Icmbcr of French Club 2. 3: Homeroom Officer 1. 2:
Demolay Officer 4: Member 2. 4.
WILLARD RAY BAGWELL. "Rely"
Energetic . . . Snow man?f'? . . . Frienflly . . . 'LBag's"
Student Council Oflicer 4: Student Co-operative 4: School
Store 3: Senior IiifY 4: Key Club 4: Marching Band 2:
Symphonic Band I. 2. 3: Varsity Band 1. 2. 3: Class
Dance Committee 3: Homeroom Officer 4: Rep. to Boys
State: Captain of Intramural Football Team.
ANN ELIZABETH BAILEY
'clfzzrly-I . . . HFrz'emlly" . . . uSIale" . . . Boy iroubles
Latin Club 1. 2: Oflice Assistant 3. 4: Little Theater 1. 2.
3. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3: Devotional 1. 2:
United Fund Representative 4.
lnnocenl . . . Smarl . . . Beauliful Hair
Student Council Rep. 2: French Club 3: Library Club
2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 3. 4.
IAIVIES PHILIP BAKER
Tlzat laugh . . . That smile . . . Ilia! lzagl
Student Council Poster Committee 1: Homeroom Sgt.-at
IO ANNE BAKER, "Jo"
fo . . . lols of laughs . . . that smile . . . slumber parties
Hospitality 4: Library Club 1. 2: Office Assistant 2. 3:
F.H.A. 1, 2, Unit Parliamentarian 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2,
3: Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3: Operatta 2: Homeroom Treasurer
2: Jr.-Sr. Flower Committee 3: P.T.A. Publicity Com-
JUIEJITH MARIE BAKER. "Judy",
.liuly . . . personalily . . . full of fun . . . laff a nzinule
Projects 3: Bulletin Boards 3: l7.T.A. 3. Secretary 4:
Library Club 1: ICH A. 1, 2, 3. .Parliaincntarianz Y-Teens
1. 2. 3. 4: Girls Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 2: lalomeroom
Secretary 3: Inter Club Council 2: Red Cross Represent-
ative 1: D.A.R. Dressmakers Contest Vllinner 2: Art
Scholarship 2: State Art Award 2.
LEIGH VONDUS BAKER. WL. V."
Vondus . . . love . . . Rod . . . l'.l3.R.
Audio Visual 1: Little Theater 3: Hi-Times Staff 4: Home-
room Sgt.-at-Arms 1..
CAROLYN BOZELLE BULLARD. "Mo"
"Mo . . . personalily . . . Real wif'
Library Club 1. 2. 3: F.H.A. 1: Chorus 1. 2. 3: Home
room Secretary 3: Refreshment Committee for Jr.-Sr.
BILLIE JEAN BARBOUR. "Billie lean?
'zblillie feanw . . . 'grating up" . . . useen zvifli Peggy"
F.H.A. 1, 2: Chorus 1. 2.
BETSY RAND BAHDEN "Bets"
Bets . . . new llair-do . . . clollzes
Poster 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Y-Teens 1. 2: lelornerooin
Secretary 4: St. Maryis 3.
JAMES ELMORE BARNES. 'tE.S.S."
E.S.S .... Manager . . . Demolay . . . Elmore . . . Worlrer
Sports Committee 4: Spanish Club 3: Boys Monogram
Club 2. 3, 4: Chorus 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4: College Day
JAMES EDWARD BARNETT. "Barnett"
uG00f of, . . . 5'Barnelt,' .... flirt . . . Hcrew cu!"
Spanish Club 3: National Forensic 2: Symphonic Band
2, 3: Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN DOUGLAS BARTHOLOMEW: "Midge"
6'Midge" . . . English whiz? . . . that laugh . . . full of fun"
Assembly 3: Maintenance 3: Traffic Club 3: Junior Hi-Y
2: Chorus 1, 2: J. V. Basketball 2.
HELEN MELISSA BASSLER, t'Lissa7'
True blonde . . . dancing darlin' . . . madcap
Poster 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1: 2: Little
Theater 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2: Poster llane Eyrel: Make-
up Arsenic and Old Lace: Make-up Ten Little Indians:
Poster Our Town: Class Dance Committee 3: Library
Representative 3, 4.
FRED ARNOLD BEACHAM
HHl'f-9-lf '... Service W1'f11 II Smile . . . HWl1ee1,'
Elections 4: ,lunior Ili-Y 1. 2: Senior Hi-Y 4: Homeroom
Sgt.-at-Arms 1. 3. President 4: Class Dance Committee 3:
V. Football 2.
ANNE TAYLOR BEAN. "Beam" I
One of llze Tzrenly . . . 1IC1'S0llIIll'f'Y . . . slow
Spanish Club 3. 4: Latin Club I. 2: Office Assistant 3. 4:
X-Teens I. 2. 3. 4: Honieroom Vice-President 1. Treas.
HITH CHRISTINE BEASLEY. "RutI1ie1'
lfullzie .... Q incere . . . person11lz'ly plus
l+'.'I'.A. 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Library Club 3: I7.H..A. 1. 2:
Y-Teens 4: Cirls Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3:
Morson Ensemble 1. 3: Homeroom Program Chairman 3.
Reporter 4: Invitation Connnittee Class Dance 4. Deco-
rations Committee Class Dance 4: Ilnited Fund Home-
room Speaker Committee.
GWENDOLYN LOI' BECK. L'Cwen"
k'll1cen" . . . szceel ill neal . . . lale shows . . . Hjitter-
School Store 3: Chorus 1. 2: Class Dance Committee 3:
Cheerleader 1: O.A.A. 1. 2.
JAMES ALLEN BETTS. ujlllllllyii
"Bells" ..., lorllan . . . CNC
Spanish Club 2. 3: Ilomeroom Treasurer 2. 4. Sgt.-ab
Arms 3: Class Dance Committee 1.
SARAH ELIZABETH BEVERLY. "Be-ver-ly"
"Seen al M. 0 .... '54 Chet' .... fun . . . HB6-ver-ly"
Executive Council of Student Council 2: Poster 3: Library
Club 2. 3: Y-Teens 2. 3: G.A.A. 1. 2. 4: Hi-Times Staff
4: LA'l'IPAc: Staff 4: Devotional Group 2. 3.
THOMAS ENNISS BOWDEN. "Torn"
UTOIII-Q . . .!If7arine Corps .... s ilenl . . . 'CBJ'
Spanish Club 2: Little Theater 3: J. V. Basketball 1.
WILLIAM CLIVIE BOXLEY. III. "WhirIey"
"'Wl1t1'rley,' . . . wil . . . Greensboro . . . Mr. Pl'C'Sl.li6I1I
Elections Committee 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Junior Hi-Y
2: Senior Hi-Y 4: Key Club 3. 4: Boys Monogram Club
2. 3. 4: Hi-Tinzes Staff 4: Ilomeroom President 2. Vice-
President 1: Football Team 4: J. V. Basketball 1:
J. V. Football 1. 2: Track 1. 3, 4: Marshal 4: Senior Class
President 4: Wit Superlative 4.
BOB HAROLD BRASWELL. "Bobby"
"Bobby" . . . looks!! . . . Snow man
Social Standards 4: Key Club 4: Chorus 4: Homeroom
Ofbcer 4. Vice-President: Football Team 2. 3. 4: ,I. V.
Football I: Basketball 2, 3. 4: J. V. Basketball 1: Base-
ball 2. 3.
,IAIVIES EUGENE BRIDCERS. JR.. "Gena,
Gene . . . Malh Brainf?j . . . Sleepy
Latin Club 1. 2: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Varsity Band
1, 2, 3: Editor of Electronics Dept. on Industrial Arts
ANNE CAROLYN BRIDGES
Dark lzair . . . fun Io know . . . quiet
F.H.A. 1, 2: G.A.A. 1, 2: Girls Chorus 1. 2, 3: Mixed
Chorus 1. 2. 3: Plays 3: Musical Comedy 1. 3: Sub Debs
3, 4. Treasurer 4: Y-Teens 4.
MARY WEST BRITTON
uClotl1es', . . . Punclly . . . well lilferl
Student Council Representative lalternatel 3. 4: Social
Standards 4: F.T.A. 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: Latin Club 1,
2: F.H.A. 4: Little Theater 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4:
Class Dance Committee 3: Queen of Hearts Court 4: Hi-Y
FABIAN AMELIA BROADWAY, "Febe'7
'cFebe,' . . . infelligencell . . . sincere . . . dependable
Student Council Representative 1: Latin Club 1. 2: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3. 4. President 4: Homeroom Ofhcer 1, 2: Girls
Basketball 1, 2: Devotional Group: Cheerleader 1. 2:
Class Officer 1: Honor Society 4.
DORIS ELOISE BROOKS, "Weasel"
alfaising if, . . . beach . . . always lajing . . . bird brain
Latin Club 1, 2: Library Club 4: F.H.A. 4: Little Theater
4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3, 4: Chorus 4: Publicity for Little
Theater 4: Winged Worrls Stall 4: Hz'-Times Staff 2:
Sec. of American History Class 3.
HARRY LEE BROOME
Peg. . . Tennis. . . our leafler . . . the very best . .
Executive Council of Student Council 4. Othcer 4. Presi-
dent, Representative 3: Elections 3: Snowball Dance 3:
French Club 3, Vice-President: Honor Society 3. 4:
Service Club 4: Senior Hi-Y 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Boys
Monogram Club 2. 3. 4: Class Ofbcer 3. Sgt.-at-Arms:
Class Dance Committee 3: Tennis Team 2. 3, 4: Queen
of Hearts, Escort 3: Sponsor Escort Homecoming 4: Rep.
to Boys State, Lt. Gov.: Rep. to Boys Nation.
BARBARA ANN BROWN. "Barbara',
Mrs. Barbour . . . Bobby . . . Songs . . . May 71h
Library Club 1, 2: F.H.A., Vice-President 1, 2: Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4: Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Plays and Cast or Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, Secretary
4: Class Dance Committee 3.
DIAN LANIER BROWN
Hazel eyes . . . loves sliorlhanrl
Charles L. Coon High School, Wilson, N. C. 1, 2, 3.
HENRY ,IENNINGS BRYANT, uBryant7'
English worries . . . Coopers . . . Hot Roll
Chorus 1: Homeroom Treasurer 1: D.E. Club 3: D.O.
WILLIAM HENRY BURNSIDE, 4'Billy,,
'cBilly,' . . . quiet . . . nice lo know
Spanish Club 3, 4.
ANN MORRISON CALDWELL, "1VIorrisy,7' 4'1VIars"
HMorrisy', . . . friendly
Spanish Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 1, 2, 3:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Make-up Committee
Arsenic and Old Lace, Down in the Valley, Ten Little
Indians: Hi-Times Representative 3.
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KENNETH VERNON CALLAHAN
Friendly . . . sincere
Traflic Club 3: Class Dance Committee 3.
SONJA JANE CAMPEN. L'Tweetie Piel'
"Tu'ee1ie Plea' . . . parties . . . "Ol1! My Gosh!! "Boys"
Hi-Times Stall 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANNA MAE CANNON, "Boots"
Representative to Student Council 1, School Store 3:
Y-Teens 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Homeroom 3, Secretary,
G.A.A. 1, 2, Junicr-Senior Decorating Committee 4:
Roosevelt Jr. High 1, East High School 2, 3. 4, Brough-
ton 4, Symphonic Band.
ELIZABETH ANNE CARROLL, "Lib"
Student Co-operative 4, Library Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3:
Y-Teens 1, 2, Homeroom Ollicer 1, Play 2, C.A.A. 3,
C.A.A. State Convention 3, Junior-Senior Decorating
CAROL ANN CARSON
Lizlle Carol . . . natural curls . . . gift of gala . . . lots of fun
Junior Civic Council 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Latin Club
1, 2, Library Club 3, Little Theater 2, 3, Y-teens 1, 2, 3,
4, Public Speech Club 3, National Forensic 2, 4, Our
Best To Your Staff 4, Homeroom Treasurer 1, Secretary
2, Library Representative 3, Devotional 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES LARRY CARTER, "Crater"
Student Council Representative 1, 2, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4,
Snowball Dance 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Senior Hi-Y 2, 3,
Chorus 1, Marching Band 1, 2, Symphonic Band 2,
Varsity Band 1, Sr. Play Stage Committee 2, 3, Home-
room Officer 1. 2: Class Dance Committee 1, 2, 3 tChair-
man Dec. Jr.-Sr. 31.
JEWEL DIANE CATES, Mliatyn
'6KaLy" . . . easy going . . . lovely eyes!
School Store 3, Library Club 1, F.H.A. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Basketball
LEMON BOBBITT CATLETT, uCat,,
L. B .... Doll . . . Cat . . . English Brain
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Homeroom 4, Vice-President, Junior-
Senior Dance Committee, Methodist Orphanage High
School, Varsity Football Team 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Attendant in May Day 3.
WADE LOUIS CAULBERC, HLucy7'
Patsy . . . Mr. Football . . . classy clothes . . . Psychology??
Boys Monogram Club 3, 4, Homeroom Sec. 2, Treas. 3,
Class Dance Committee for Jr.-Sr. 3, Football Team 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Representative to Jr.-Sr.
Basketball Game, Representative to Student Faculty
BOBBY LENORD CHAIVIBLEE, "Cham',
"Wz'tty,, . . .'4Frienrlly,, . . . uM.C.R. Trouble"
Chorus 1: jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 3: Track 4: lVlember
of D.E. Club: Jr.-Sr. Basketball Game.
ERNEST GEORGE CHARLES. C."
Sgt.-at-Arms . . . patient . . . quiet . . . one of the boys
Executive Council of Student Council 4: Stage Crew 3:
Elections 3: House and Grounds 4: Traflic Committee l.
2: Spanish Club 4: Junior Hi-Y 1: Senior Hi-Y 2. 3, 4:
Key Club 4: lVlarching Band 1, 2: Varsity Band 1, 2:
Homeroom Oflicer. President 1, Vice-President 3, Presi-
dent 4: Class Oliicer, Sgt.-at-Arms 4 .
NEENA IOANNE CHIIVIOS, "Nino"
'gflirt . . . HlVino'?
Latin Club 1: Y-Teens 3. 4: Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4: Hi-Times
Staff 4: Cathedral: Library Assistant: Committee for
KAY FRANCES CLARK
Cathedral Latin High School 1. 2: Hugh Morson 3:
Chorus 1, 2: Operetta 2: Class Dance Committee 1:
ELIZABETH ANNE CLEIVIENT 4'Betsy"
Nearest one . . . one of the best . . . Betsy
French Club 3: Little Theater 4: Y-Teens 2. 4: Class
Dance Committee 3, 4.
STEVEN LYNN CLEMENTS, "Lionel Hamptoni'
lazzbo . . . Hump., fr .... Well Now
Spanish Club 2: Little Theater 2: lVlarching Band 1, 2,
3, 4: Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4: Varsity Band 1: Circus
Band 4: Queen of Hearts. Entertainment.
EDWARD LAYTON COLLINS. "Eddie"
Golden. Masquer . . . friemlly . . . Service Club . . . 'tBig
Maintenance Crew 1: French Club 3. 4: Service Club 3. 4:
Little Theater 1. 2. 3, 4: Golden lVlasquers 3. 4. President:
Terrible Meek Director 3: Ten Little lnrlians Dr. Arni-
strong 3: January Thaw Chairman of Stage Crew 3: Our
Town Technical Director 4: Class Dance Committee 1, 3:
J. V. Basketball 2, Manager: Queen of Hearts Chairman
4: Mimeographing Assistant 1, 2. 3. 4: Industrial Arts
PHIL EDWARD COLLINS, "Daddy"
Country . . .Everylnoclgfs Pal . . . Beulah
Student Council Representative 1: junior Civic Council
2, 3: Junior Hi-Y 2: Key Club 3. 4: Boys lVlonogram
Club 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 1: Varsity Band 1, 2. 3:
Hi-Times Staff 4: I-Iomeroom Vice-President 1, Sgt.-at-
Arms 2, President 3: Junior-Senior Dance Decoration
Committee: Football 3, 4: J. V. Football 2: Basketball
3, 4: J. V. Basketball 2: Track 3, 4: Swimming 3.
JENNIFER MCNEIL CONNELLY, Hlennyw
Carolina . . . Love Life . . . Walk . . . Our Best To You
Spanish Club 1: Y-Teens 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: lVIi1neo-
graph Assistant 4: Red Cross Representative 4: Queen
of Hearts Decoration 4.
ROBERT JAMES COVINGTON, '4Bob"
'Big M" . . . xBobby" . . . Wrightville Beach???
Audio Visual 3, 4: Maintenance 1: Spanish Club 3:
Homeroom Sgt.-at-Arms 1, 3: English Club 2.
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MARY ALICE COX
Flint . . . Home EC . . . Dependable . . . Carolina
Poster 3: Publicity 4: Snowball 3: French Club 3, 4:
Latin Club 1. 2: F.I-I.A. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2: Class Dance
Committee 2. 3: Home Ec. Assistant 3.
WILLIAM ROY CREIGHTON
Hftoyl' . . . the silent type . . . always neat . . . quiet, but
Boys Monogram Club 4: Ensemble 1: Student Council
Representative 4: Baseball 4.
ANN LANE CRITTENDEN. Gflibbai'
libba . . . unique . . . Miss Editor . . . friendly
Student Council Representative 2: Publicity Committee 3,
4: French Club 3. 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 1, 2,
3. 4: Chorus 2: Arsenic and Old Lace, Call Girl 2: Winged
Words Staff, Proofreading Editor 3, 4: Our Best To You
Staii 1, Editor 2: Hi-Times Staff 2, 4: LATIPAC Staff 4:
I-Iomeroom Vice-President 1, Secretary 4: Class Dance
Committee 1, Decorations 2, 4. Refreshments: Director
Silver Years, Silver Anniversary 3: Steering Committee,
Silver Anniversary 3: SOS Committee 4: Chairman Col-
lege Day 2.
ANNE SI-IELTON CROMARTIE, "Anne,7
Music Lover . . . Flute . . . Lilfable
School Store Committee 3: Library Club 1, Officer 2:
F.H.A. 4: Y-Teens 4: Marching Band Officer 4: Sym-
phonic Band 3. 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Cheerleader 2: Music
Appreciation Club 1
RODDIE LEE CROSBY. MROCI7'
Big 'LRod,' . . . clothes . . . everybodyls friend
House and Grounds Committee 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Senior
Hi-Y 4: Key Club 4: Boys Monogram Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4: Homeroom 1, 2. 3, Vice-President: Class Dance
Committee 3: Football Team 3, 4: J. V. Football 1, 2:
Track 3, 4: Sport Committee: College Day Committee:
Monogram Club Dance Decorations Committee.
CAROL MEMORY CRUMPLER
'6Carol" . . . ulJll71gS,, . . . 66Crazy Wif'
Treasurer Student Council 3: Student Council Represent-
ative 3: Publicity Committee 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Latin
Club 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Secretary 1: LATIPAC Staff 4:
Class Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: College Day Committee 4:
United Fund Committee 4.
NORMAN GENE CRUMPLER
Carol . . . Loves Sports . . . Crump
junior Hi-Y 2: Senior Hi-Y 3: Boys Monogram Club 3,
4: Football Team 4: J. V. Football 2: Swimming 1, 3:
Baseball 3, 4: Homeroom 2, President.
JACQUELINE ALICE CULLER, Hlackiel'
Beautiful music. . . dramatics . . . brown eyes . . . Charles
French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1: Little Theater 1, 2, 3, 4:
Y-Teens 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Ensemble 3, 4: You Can't
Take It With You 2: Ten Little Indians 3: fanuary Thaw
3: Our Town 4: Ensemble 4, Librarian: Class Dance
Committee 2: Devotional.
RICHARD MAURICE DAILEY, "Dick,'
One ofthe Six . . . Hot Ford . . . tall, blond, and handsome
F.T.A. 2, 3: Winged Words Staff 2: Class Dance Com-
mittee 3, President: Intramural Sports.
ROBERT EARL DANIEL, 'cBob',
Newboy . . . Bob . . . seen in a Ford
Salisbury, North Carolina 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Latin
CUS BRYANT DAHDEN. "Rummy" "Buzzy"
1t's a Plyrnoulli: Always 11111511 around
Maintenance Committee I: Spanish Club 3.
ELTON ALLEN DAVIS. "Red" X Wa..
MHow 'bout thatfi'
Maintenance Committee I: Chorus 1. 2, 3: D.O. 4.
LOUISE WHITEHEAD DAVIS. "Lou"
HLove . . . Dancer . . . Horse laugh"
French Club Sec. 3: F.H.A. Vice-Pres. 4: Y-Teens Pres.
2: Y-Teens I. 2, 4: Chorus 4: Sgt.-at-Arms I. Sec. 4.
Chairman Props Committee I. 2: Spring Fashion Show
BETSY LYNNE DAVIS. "Lynnei'
Blushes . . . Quiet Sweetness . . . Morelleari City
Kinston I. 2, Morehead City 3: Social Standards 4:
F.T.A. 3: Dramatics Club I. 2: Tri-Hi-Y I. 2. Cl1arley's
Aunt 3: Hi-Times Staff 4: Class Dance Committee 3:
Girls' Athletic Association I, 2.
MARY MCLEAN DAVIS. "Mac"
nMac7' . . . Country Cal . . . Slzeis lops . . . "Those eyes"
Representative Student Council 3: Representative to Class
Council I: Decorations 2: Latin Club I. 2: Library Club
Treasurer 4: F.H.A. 4: Little Theater 2. 3, 4: Y-Teens
I, 2,, 3, 4: Marching Band I. 2: Varsity Rand I. 2:
Refreshments on Dance Committee I: Decorations 2. 3:
Class Project Committee I, 3: Library Representative 2:
Library Assistant 4.
EMILY NELL DEAN. "Em"
ccRhylhm . . . Music . . . Friendly . . . Livelyu
Library Club I. Treasurer 4: Jr.-Sr. Decorations Com-
mittee 3: Represented Morsonis Phis. Ed. Class at the C.
College, Greensboro 3.
PHILLIP ANTHONY DEAN. "Tony"
Tony . . . Lover . . .Ejicient . . . Truslworthy
Class Officer, President 2, 3: Social Standards 3. 4: Rep-
resentative to Student Council Congress 1: Traflic Club 3:
Service Club 4: Junior Hi-Y I, President 2: Senior Hi-Y
3, Vice-Pres. 4: Boys Monogram Club 3: Chorus 3. 4:
Ensemble 2, 3: Homeroom President 3, 4: Football Team
2, 3: J. V. Football 1: Escort in Queen of Hearts Court.
ANN LILIAN DEARSLEY
'london lassi' . . . uzuingsu . . . Hartislw
Poster 3, 4: Snowball Dance 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Latin
Club 1: Little Theater 4: Y-Teens I, 2: Our Town Pub-
licily Committee: Junior-Senior Decorations 3: Winged
Words Staff 4: Chairman Queen of Hearts 4: Service
PATSY ANN DEATON
uPats', . . . HPinned7' . . . "Eff, . . . Poised
Snowball Dance 3: French Club 3: Y-Teens I, 2: G.A.A.
1: Chorus, State Contest I, 2, 3: Representative to Spring
Festival in Greensboro 3: Our Best To You Staff I: Home-
room I, Hi-Times Representative: Library Representative
4: Devotional 1: Home Ec. Art Festival Rep. 3.
ANDREW POLK DENMARK, 4'Drew"
L'Drew" . . . Girls! . . . Sleepy . . . Life Saving?
Audio Visual 1: Latin Club 2: Marching Band 1: Circus
Band 1, 2, 3: Swimming 4.
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IVIARTHA ELLEN DERR
Peaches Ill Cream . . . That accent. . . Vivacious
Library Representative 3g College Day 43 Spanish Club
3. 4: Latin Club 1, 23 Library Club 23 Girls' Monogram
Club 1. 2: Class Dance Committee 23 Devotional 2.
MARGARET ANN DONAGHY, HPeggy"
That accent . . . black hair . . . Peggy
Representative 1: Assembly 1, 23 Poster 1, 2, 3: Junior
Prom 1. 2: Library Club 1. 2: Musicale 1, 2: Chorus
1. 2, 33 Marching Band 1. 2. 33 Tigers Growl Staff 33
Class Dance Committee 1. 2. 3: Devotional 2. 33 Cheer-
PATRICK LOWRENCE DOOLEY. "Pat"
French Club 1. 2: Associated T S. I Clubs of Tennessee
WILLIAM R. DOWD. HBilly,,
Billy . . . fitterbug' . . . casual
Junior Hi-Y 1. 23 Homeroom 3. Secretary: 1. V. Football
2: Diversified Occupation 4.
DIANE HILL DRINKARD. "Drinkard"
Mac . . . Cute an Sweet . . . Nice . . . Seen with Pat
Mimeograph Assistant 43 Y-Teens 1. 23 Chorus 1, 3.
GEORGIA NELLE DURREE, "Georgia Nellell
"Sweetest ever" . . . MGeorgia Nelle" . . . "Nice 'n neat"
Publicity Committee 3, 43 Social Standards Committee 33
F.H.A. 1, 2, Unit Treasurer 23 Y-Teens 1, 23 Chorus 2, 3,
4, Mixed Chorus 3g Ensemble 2, 33 Plays and Cast or
Committee 2. 3, Operetta Cast3 Purple and Cold Staff 33
Homeroom Treasurer 33 Class Dance Committee 3, 4,
lr.-Sr. Chairman Floorshow Committee Jr.-Sr. Figure.
ANNA RAY DUGHI. 'GDughi,7
Davirl . . . Sweet anal Neat . . . Vivacious
Student Council Representative 23 Representative to Class
Council 33 French Club 33 Latin Club 1. 23 Mimeograph
Assistant 43 Y-Teens I, 2, Vice-President 33 Chorus 1, 23
Hi-Times Stall 33 Homeroom 3. Sec.3 Figure Committee
for lr.-Sr. 33 Decorations Committee for Queen of Hearts
43 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4.
WILLIAM O. DUKE, ggDuke"
Wit . . . English worries . . . Sophomore snowman
Spanish Club 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Hi-Times Stall 43
LATIPAC Statl 43 Homeroom 4, Vice-President3 Swimming
2. 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Key Club 43 Hi-Y 4.
PATSY ANN EAKES, 4'Curly"
"Giggles" . . . "all the time talking" . . . "sweet"
Y-Teens 1, 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3g F.I'I.A. 43
Mimeograph Assistant 4.
CLENDA EAYE EDGE. "Ginnie"
'GCinnie" . . . Vim, Vigor, and Vitality . . . Personalily
Executive Council of Student Council 2: Student Council
Secretary 2, Representative 3. 4: Social Standards Com-
mittee 3: House and Grounds Committee 4: F.H.A. 1. 2.
3, 4: Y-Teens 3. 4: Chorus 1: Class Officer 1. Secretary
2. 4: Class Dance Committee 3: Marshal 2. 3. 4. Chief
Marshal 3: Class Sponsor 1, 2.
MARY CATHERINE EDMONDS. "EmmyM
4'Byrrl's buclflyw . . . sweet in sweet
F.T.A. 4, Historian: Latin Club 1. 2: Library Club 2.
Treasurer 3, 4, President: F.H.A., Unit Secretary 4: Little
Theater 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Ticket Committee Arsenic
and Old Lace, Tllree Little lmlians: Hi-Times Represent-
ative 4: Decorations Committee Senior Prom.
NANCY EDWARDS. "Kitten"
fitterbug . . . California
Verdugo Hills High 1, 2, 3: Student Council Represent-
ative 3: Assembly 2. 3: Social Standards 2, 3: Library
Club 2, 3: Service Club 2, 3: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens
1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2: Swimming Team 2, 3: Sponsor
Senior Class 3.
KATHERINE ANNE ELLIS. "Little-One"
Catlin,-up . . . Pats . . . Sliorlie
Representative 2: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4:
Mimeographing Assistant 4.
JERRY WILLIAM ELLISBERG
'cWh0 me?H . . . maintenance . . . Firecrackers
Executive Council of Student Council 4: Maintenance 2. 3.
4: Snowball Dance 2, 3. 4: Service Club 4: Jr. Hi-Y 1. 2:
Monogram Club 4: Public Speech Club 3. 4: National
Forensic 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team 3. 4: J. V. Basketball 2.
ELEANOR LOVE EVANS
Red . . . party gal . . . 'ctlzat smile", . . . smart in neat
Social Standards 4: F.T.A. 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Oliice
Assistant 3: Honor Society 3. 4: Representative to Na-
tional Honor Society Convention 3: Little Theater 1. 2:
Y-Teens 1, 2: Our Best To You Staff 1. 2. Executive Staff:
Hi-Times Staff 4: LATIPAC Staff 4: Queen of Hearts Courl
1: State Secretary of National Honor Society 4.
BETTY LEE FARRAR. HBet"
Art . . . that laugh . . . neat . . . slowpoke
Student Council Representative 3: Poster Committee 1. 2.
3, 4: Social Standards 3: F.T.A. 3, 4: Ollice Assistant 1. 2.
3: F.H.A. 1, 2: Little Theater 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
Chorus 1: Student Council Social Committee 3: Treasurer
Inter-Club Council 4: Representative to Y-Teens State
Conference 3, 4: Vice-President Y-Teens 3: Decorations
Committee Senior Prom.
CATHERINE SPOTSWOOD FONTAINE
"Bill,' . . . "Fountain,' . . . HSpanisli wliizn . . . One of the
F.T.A. 4, Vice-President: Spanish Club 1, 2: Latin Club
1, 2: Office Assistant 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2.
FRED YADEN FONVILLE
Fred . . . Hunter . . . Kinslon
Representative 1: Audio Visual 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 4:
Maintenance 2: Class Dance Committee 2, 3: Devotional.
LARRY ARTHUR FOSKEY, '6Foskey"
. . . Loud Mujlers . ..
Poster Committee 4: Maintenance Committee 2: Public
Speech Club 3: Marching Band 1, 2: Varsity Band 1, 2:
Hi-Times Staff 4: LATIPAC Staff 4: Class Dance Com-
mittee 3: ,I. V. Football 1, 2: Swimming 2.
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MILLIE GREY FOWLER. "Red"
Refi . . .
Fuquay Springs 1. 2: F.H.A. 1. 2: D.E. 4.
JOHN SCOTT FRY. "Bean Pole"
USMCR . . .Dry Wil . . .
Student Council Representative 3: J. V. Football 2: J. V.
Basketball I: Homeroom Oflicer 4g D.O. 4.
.IAIVIES CLYDE FUTRELL
Speedy . . . Feather in my cap . . . Romeo
Cary High School 1. 2: Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 3:
Chorus 1. 2. gl lVlarching Band 1. 2. 4: Symphonic Band
1. 2. 3. 4.
MELVYN LAWRENCE GARR. 6'Garr Baby Ir."
Witly . . . Anzbitious . . . Solid Geonzelryf?2
Elections 4: Trallic Club 3: French Club 3. 4: Hoinerooni
EVELYN KATHLEEN GASPER, L'Rose'7
IVE .... Arl . . . Posie . . . Frenchie . . . Classes
Lost and Found 4: Snowball Dance 4: Little Theater 4:
Y-Teens 1. 2. 3g Class Dance Committee. Chairman Re-
freshments 1: Library Representative 3.
SARA JO GAULT
Majorelle . . . Ixiaslznzere Kid . . . prelly hair . . . Clollzes
and more clollles '
Spanish Club 3. 4: Ofhce Assistant 4: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 4:
Marching Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Varsity Band 1. 2. lVIajoretteg
Hz'-Times Staff 3: Class Dance Committee 1.
LENA RUTH GAY. "Binky1,
"Sweet . . . Sincere . . . Sunny . . . FrieruIly,'
Trafhc Club 4. F.T.A. 3. 4: Y-Teens 4g Chorus 23 Art
1. 2g Devotional.
W. CLIFTON GIBSON
"Red Dogs' . . . Racer . . . Studebaker
Spanish Club 2g J. V. Basketball 2.
RICHARD WARREN GIBSON
Treasurer of D.O. 4g Football Team 2, 3, 49 .I. V. Foot-
ball 1g Baseball 2.
JOHN MICHAEL GOODMAN. "Johnny"
Gooflic . . . manager . . . jazz fan
Student Council Representative 4: Representative to Class
Council 33 Stage Crew 1. 2. 33 Snowball Dance 4: Latin
Club 1. 23 Junior Hi-Y I. 2. Treas. 2: Little Theater 1. 2.
33 Boys Monogram Club 4: Class Dance Committee 1, 2. 3.
Chairman 13 Football Team Mgr. 3. 43 Class Vice-Presi-
dent 13 Service Club 4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Maintenance 1:
Sound Committee, Arsenic antl Oltl Lace, Ten Little ln-
LEONARD SHAW GRAHAM. IR., uluniorn
Tennis . . . 'cService" . . . Pee Wee
Student Council Executive Committee 43 Representative
to Student Council 3: Representative to Student Council
Congress 3: Representative to Class Council 3. 4: Snow-
ball Dance 3. 4: Service Club President 43 Service Club
3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 3. 4: Key Club 4: Boys Monogram Club
43 Hi-Times Staff, Sports Editor 43 LATIPAC Staff. Sports
Editor 43 Class Dance Committee 1. 23 Tennis Team 3. 4:
Sports Committee 3, 4. Chairman 4: Senior Hi-Y 3. 4.
CERALDINE FAISON GRESHAM- iilerryw
ferry . . . Tlzat Walls . . . Little Bit . . . uCra:,y.'l,'
French Club 3. 4: Little Theater 2: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4:
Chorus 2, 3: Make-up Connnittee Arsenic ancl Olrl Lace
23 Homeroom Speaker for United Fund 4: Cast. The
Silver Yearsg Library Assistant 4: Hi-Times Staff 3.
MARY NELL GRESHAM. G'Murnell'
Personality plus . . . Murnell . . . Little one
Student Council, Social Standards Committee 3: Library
Club 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Secretary of American History
Class 33 Library Assistant 3: Library Project Committee
33 Homeroom Speaker for United Fund 4.
RICHARD HAYWOOD GRIFFIS. 'LDickie"
Living cloll . . . rozl . . . seen wiflz, Tyson
Chorus 13 Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 4: Class Dance Commit-
tee 2, 33 Swimming Team 3.
RACHEL ANNETTE GULLEY
Punclzy . . . blonrlie . . . that wall: . . . jigure
Student Council, Hospitality Committee 4: Library Club
13 F.H.A. 1, 2, Chapter Secretary 2. 4. Chapter Treasurer
33 Y- Teens 1, 3. 43 Play, Sisters Under The Skin 3:
Hi-Times Representative 43 Class Dance Committee 3, 43
Marshal 2, 3, 43 Dramatics 3: F.H.A. State Convention
1. 2, 3. 43 State Homemaker's Degree 4.
MARION LOUIS GURKIN
I Gentleman . . . worries
Football Team 43 Basketball 2.
HARRIET BARDIN HABEL
Laugh . . . I forget . . . Four eyes
Junior Civic Council 23 Oflice Assistant 33 Little Theater
2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 23 Arsenic anrl Old
Lace Make-up Committee 23 Ten Little lnclians Make-up
Committee 33 Dance Committee 3.
JAMES HAGWOOD, 'tRudy"
Band . . . Marching Band
,Iunior Hi-Y3 Ensemble3 Band, Marching Band.
LOIS ELIZABETH HAIGH, "Lo"
Baby lag. . . innocent look? . . . Always smiling
Representative 33 Library Club 13 Ofiice Assistant 3, 43
Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, President Inter-
Club Council Worship Chairman3 Chorus 23 Plays and
Cast or Committee, Stage Crew 2, 33 Our Best To You Staff
2g Class Dance Committee 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 43 Devotional
1, 2, Secretary 3, President 1, 23 Career Day Committee 4.
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Scotty's little brother . . . Bob . . . South Carolina
Darlington. South Carolina. St. Johns High School 1, 2:
F.T.A. 3: Boys Monogram Club 1: Hi-Times Staff 3:
Eootball Team 1: J. V. Basketball 1.
FRED C. HANDY
That grin . . . Corn bag . . . personality . . . 'Igianti'
Audio Visual 3. 4: Swimming 4.
MARTHA ALLEN HARDY. '6Mostly"
High-stepper, hgure, eyes . . . Kay
Poster 1. 2. 3, 4: Social Standards 1: Hospitality 1. 2:
Snowball Dance l. 2: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4: Class Dance
Committee 1. 2. 3: Library Representative 4: Devotional
2: Mimeographing Assistant 3: Library Assistant 3:
College Day Committee 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Library
Club 3: Gym Assistant 4: Little Theater 1: Marching
MARVIN RANDOLPH HARRELL. "Randy"
Randy . . . C0-Capt .... Playboy . . . Athlete
Representative to Class Council 1. 2, 3: Snowball Dance
3: French Club: Vice-President 2, 3: Boys Monogram
Club 2, 3. 4: Homeroom Ollicer: President 1. 2, 3: Foot-
ball Team 3: 4: Class Dance Committee 1. 2, 3: ,l. V.
Football 2: Track 1. 2. 3, 4: President of Class 9th.
KEITH RAYMOND HARROD. "Keith,'
Math brain . . . quiet. . . likable
llomeroom President 3.
IRVIN RILEY HASTY. Hlrvin Riley"
Geometry . . . Orlell . . . Riley
Chorus 1. 2. 3: Homeroom 3, Vice-President: Football
Team 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Baseball l. 2. 3.
BRUCE CONRAD HAYES, "Bruce,
That smile . . . talk . . . working' guy
Student Council Representative 2: Stage Crew 1, 2:
Chorus l, 2: Homeroom Treasurer 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 2.
ROSEMARY ANNE HAYES, t'Rosie,'
Morehead . . . party girl . . . Shrimp . . . HRosal',
Spanish Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 4: Little Theater 2, 3: Y-Teens
l, 2, 3: Marching Band 1: Varsity Band 1, 2: Majorette
2, 3. 4: Ticket Committee for Play 2: Hi-Times Staff 3:
LATIPAC Staff 4: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 1: Class
Dance Committee 3: Queen of Hearts Court 2: Hi-Y
Minstrel l, 2, 3, 4: Decorations Committee for Queen
of Hearts Dance 4: Decorations Committee for Banquet
3: United Fund Work 4: Secretary American Class 3:
Hi-Times Representative 3: Operation Spirit Steering
JOHN MENARD HAYS, "Whitey"
Whitey . . . Sadie . . . Short blond and handsome
EMMA JANE IIEDRICK
Lillle Hedrick . . . F.H.f'1 .... Dinzples . . . One of the
Executive Council of Student Council 2. 3: Represent-
ative I: Junior Civic Council 2, Chairman First Aid 2:
Assembly 2: Social Standards 3. Vice-Chairman 4:
Snowball Dance 43 Library Club 1. 2, Treasurer 2: Ofhce
Assistant 3. 4: Service Club State Degree: El-I.A. Oflicer
1. 2. 3, Chairman 3. President: F.H.A. State Convention:
Y-Teens I. 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 2: Chorus 1, Girls State:
Chorus 2. Mixed Contest Chorus 4. Pianist Boys Chorus:
Class Dance Committee 1. 3: Service Club 4.
MARCUS BAXTER HESTER. "Marcus"
Rugged . . . Friendly. . . Great Erudilion . . . Well Liked
Sports Committee 4: Honor Society 4. Treasurer 4:
Senior Hi-Y 4: Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Devo-
tional Croup 4.
DONALD RUSSELL HEWITT. 6'Donl'
Millbrook. Knightdale 1: Clayton. Cary 2: ,lla-Sr. Dance
MONTACUE HOSKINS HICKS. 6'Monty-Bo'-
Monly . . . "Well, lil . . . everyl2ody's friend . . . yes, sir
Student Council-Executive Council 4: Representative 4:
Stage Crew 1, 2. 3. 4. Co-Chairman 4: Maintenance Com-
mittee 1: Snowball Dance Committee 2. 3. 4: Service
Club 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y 1. 2: Senior Hi-Y 4, Key Club
4, Boys Monogram Club 3. 4: Homeroom 1. Hi-Times
Representative 2, 3, 4, Vice-President: Decorations Class
Dance 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Team 3, 4: J. V. Football 2:
Track 2g Queen of Hearts Dance Decorations 2. 3. 4.
ELAINE JOYCE HILL. "Lain"
Sweaters . . . Natural Curls . . . Lain
Library Club 1, 2, l7.H.A. 1. 2: Chorus 1, 2. 4: En-
semble 2, 3. Treasurer: Homeroom 2. Vice-President.
MICHAEL ORMAN HILL, "Head"
Short, silent, sharp . . . Physics
Committee All-School Production 2: Homeroom Vice-
President 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 2: Class Dance I. 2. 3: J. V.
Basketball lVIanager I.
JAMES ELGAN HILLMAN. JR.. "lim"
N. H. S .... Scholar . . .
Student Council Representative 2: Projects 4: French
Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Honor Society President 4:
Marching Band 1, 23 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, 4, LATIPAC
DAVID ARTHUR HOLDER, "Big Art"
Green Packard . . . thoughtful . . . quiet
CATHERINE GAIL HOLLOWELL
Billy . . . Durham . . . Hawaii bound
Library Club 4, Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Plays and Committee lTicket Committeet.
EDNA LOCKWOOD HOLOMAN
Smile . . . Friendly . . . Whiz
French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Office Assistant 4g
Little Theater 2, Y-Teens 1, Publicity Committee Arsenic
and Old Lace 2.
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BARBARA STEWART HOLT, g'Dick"
Cuttin, up . . . true blond . . . Cute as a button . . . evil eye
Spanish Club Portsmouth. Va. 13 Library Club 23 Mimeo-
graph Assistant 4: Little Theater 23 Girls Monogram
Club. Portsmouth, Va. 1, Broughton 2, 3, 43 Chorus 33
Play and Cast for Committee 23 Homeroom Ollicer,
Library Representative 2.
JOHN CARAWAN HOLT. 6'Iohnny"
Goofing off . . . Witts .. . Ladies' Man
Spanish Club 23 Little Theater 1, 2. 3. 43 Golden Masquers
3. 4: Boys Monogram Club 2, 3. 43 Play Committee 2, 3,
4: Homeroom 1, Vice-President 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Vice-
President 4, Hi-Times Representative3 Track 13 J. V.
STEPHEN BALL HONEYCUTT. 6'Primo"
Lilceable . . . inciiviflual Steve . . . artistic
Student Council 4. Posterg Spanish Club 33 Latin Club
2: Boys Monogram Club 2: Marching Band I, 2, 3g
Symphonic Band 3: Varsity Band 2. 33 Hi-Times Staff 4.
Cartoon Editorg LATIPAC Stafl 43 Homeroom 3, Hi-Times
Representative3 Track 2, Managerg Industrial Arts News.
REBECCA FRANCES HORTON. "Becky"
hBeeky" . . . engaged . . . gentlemen prefer blondes
F.H.A. 4: Y-Teens 3. 4.
DOROTHY ANN HORTON, "Dot"
Dot. . . one of the seven
Student Council 4, Lost and Found. First Aid 2, Snow-
ball Dance 4, Library Club 13 Y-Teens 2. 4, Devotions
Chairman 43 Chorus, Girls 13 Publications 4, Typing
Editor3 Purple and Cold Stali 33 Class Dance Committee,
Refreshment Committee for Jr.-Sr.: Other Activities, De-
PATRICIA ANN HORTON, uPatsy"
Wade . . . always smiling. . . little one . . . cate as a
Hospitality 13 Library Club 4, Oliice Assistant 33 F.H.A.
I. 2, Unit Secretary 43 Y-Teens I. 2, 43 Chorus 1, 23
Homeroom 1, 2, Class Treasurer3 Class Dance Committee
2. Decorations 3, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Committee 4, Li-
brary Representative3 Marshal 3. 43 Sponsor 4, Football:
Wit Superlative 4.
SARA FRANCIS HORTON. 'gHorton,'
Horton . . . Walk . . . HOlL!n
Sports Committee 43 Library Club 2. 3. 4: Office Assistant
3. 43 F.H.A. 2, Vice-President 3, 4.
PATRICIA LEE HOUSER. 'cPat"
Sweetest of all . . . Pat . . . Rainbow
F.H.A. 4, Secretary3 Spanish Club 3, 43 Latin Club I, 2:
Library Club 2, Vice-President 3, 4.
NANCY LEE HOWARD, "Nan"
Music . . . blonde . . . Nan . . . Rainbow Girl
Latin Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 23 Girls Monogram Club 1,
2, 3: Girls and Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Devotional 1, 2, 3.
4. Publicity Chairman.
JO ANNE HUDSON, "Horsie"
c'Sweet and Lovelyw . . . The Best
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Representative 33
Representative to Class Council 33 Chairman of Hospi-
tality 43 Snowball Dance 3, 43 Sports 33 Oliice Assistant
3g Honor Society 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Little Theater
2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2 33 Make-up Arsenic and Old Lace 23
Make-up Committee Ten Little Indians 33 Layout Editor
LATIPAC Staff 43 Class Dance Committee 2, 3g Court
Senior Year, Head MarshaI3 Sponsor Senior Hi-Y.
DOROTHY DUMVILLE HULICK. "Pe-die"
'cPerlie', . . . llze boy next floor . . . lfleal
French Club 3: Latin Club 2: F.H.A. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2.
4: Ensemble 1. 2: Homeroom Secretary 2. Class Dance
Committee 2. 3.
SARAH HARRIETTE HUNTER
Slow on lhe drawl .. . Warm Smile . . . lV.H.S. . . . One
of Ihe Seven
Executive Council of Student Council 3. 4: Junior Civic
Council 3: First Aid Committee. Chairman 3: Lost and
Found Chairman 4: Hospitality 2: Snowball Dance 4:
F.T.A. Treasurer 3: Honor Society 4: F.H.A. 1. 2. 3.
Unit Program Chairman 1. Unit President 3: Y-Teens
1, 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 3. Inter-Club Council Treasurer
3, Vice-President 4: Winged Words Staii, Co-Editor 4:
LATIPAC Staff 4: Homeroom Secretary 1. 4: Chairman
Figure Committee for Class Dance 3: Service Club 4.
JOE PAUL HURT
Representative to Class Council 4: Social Standards 4:
Elections 3: Snowball Dance 4: Latin Club 2. 3: Senior
Hi-Y 4: Boys Monogram Club 2. 3. 4: Homeroom Oflicer
3, 4: Football Team 3: J. V. Football 2: Track 1. 2. 3, 4.
BETTIE LLOYD HUTCHINS
That flrawl . . . "Beliie,' . . . long hair?
Spanish Club 3. 4: Latin Club 2: Little Theater 2. 3. 4:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Play Committee 2, 3: Hi-Times 4.
NANCY CATHERINE HUTCHINS
Neal . . . silent . . . lrustworilzy
Student Council Representative 3. 4. Hospitality Com-
mittee 3. 4: F.H.A. 1. 2: Y-Teens 1. 2. Secretary: Chorus
1, 2. 3: Ensemble 3: Homeroom Ofhcer 1. Vice-President.
Secretary for Junior Class lH.M.b: Class Dance Com-
mittee 3: Marshal 2. 3, 4: Sponsor
DONNA BROOKS IRVING. "Little Bit"
88 Keys . . . Montreal . . . Service . . . Accentl?l
Poster 2: F.T.A. 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Service Club 3. 4:
Little Theater 2, 3: Y-Teens 1. 2. 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4:
Ensemble 3, 4: Plays and Cast or Committee 2: Home-
room 1, Secretary 4. Treasurer: Class Dance Committee
2, 3: Queen of Hearts 3. 4: Graduation lACCOlI1paIllSll
TITUS WARD JACKSON. "Joe"
Mr. Be-Bop . . . Slumber Parties . . . Cool Man Cool
Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Class Dance Committee 3:
Python Club 3, 4: Representatives to Boys State 4, Social
CLAUSTON LEVI JENKINS. L'Jenky"
Service . . . Hawk . . . Walk!!! . . . Kingslorfs Boy
Executive Council of Student Council 4: Representative
to Class Council 3: Maintenance 2, 3: House and Grounds
4, Chairman: Snowball Dance 3, 4: French Club 3, 4:
Latin Club 1, 2: Honor Society 4: Service Club 3, 4:
Junior Hi-Y 1, 2: Senior Hi-Y 4: Key Club 3, 4: Hi-Times
Staff 4: LATIPAC Staif 4: Class Dance Committee 3, 4:
Tennis Team 3, 4: J. V. Football 1, 2.
PEGGY ANN JOHNSON, 4'Pleg,'
'6Peg . . . One of the Big Seven . . . .limmy . . . Lovely
Student Council Representative 1: School Store 3: Li-
brary Club 1: F.H.A. Vice-President of Class 2: Class
President 4: Y-Teens 3: Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3: Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3: Purple and Cold Representative 3: Home-
room Treasurer 1: Jr.-Sr. Dance 3: G.A.A. 1, 2: Junior
Y-Teens 1, 2: Student Faculty Game 4: Jr.-Sr. Basketball
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JAMES FREDRICK JOHNSON. 4'Skinny", "Big Jim"
Auclio Visual 1: Chorus 1: Homeroom Vice-President 1,
Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 3.
JOHN HICKS JOHNSON
That lluilrl . . . sporfsnzan .... S lzrinc Howl
Stuclent Council Representative 3: Elections Committee
2. 3: Junior Hi-Y 2: Senior Hi-Y 4: Key Club 2. 3. 4:
Boys Monogram Club 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: Homeroom
President 1. 2: Football Team 3. 4: J. V. Football Team
I. 2: Basketball Team 2. 3. 4: J. V. Basketball Team 1:
Baseball Team 1. 2, 3. 4: Class Vice-President 1.
BETTY SUE JOHNSON. "Johnnie
. . . folznnie . .
Devotional 3. 4: G.A.A. 2. 3. 4.
BARBARA ANN JONES
"l30ys', . . . Ilzal laugh .... quiel
Little Theater 1. 2: Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4.
JANET REBECCA JONES. "Becky"
Seconrl periofl flirt . . . innocent l?l . . . beauliful ltair
Poster Committee 2. 3. 4: Library Club 1. 2. 3: F.H.A.
1. 2. 4: Purple and Cold Staff 2: Y-Teens 3. 4: Class
Dance Committee 1. 2: Decorating Committee. Good Luck
1. 2: Decorating Committee Jr.-Sr. 3: Decorating Com-
mittee Christmas Dance 2, 3.
BILLY OWEN JONES. "Sparky",
Latin Club 2: lVIarching Band 1, 2. 4: Varsity Band
1 2 3 4 '
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CAROLYN FAYE JONES
lV.ll.S .... dependable . . . rleli,2'lzlfu.lly lIlj?6l'6T1lf . . .
French Club 3: Latin Club 2: Honor Society 4: Home-
room Officer, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Devotional
1, 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 1. 2.
FREDERICK HENRY JONES, 4'Fred"
Coon Jr .... always studying . . . quiet
Latin Club 1. 3: Nlimeograph Assistant 4: Queen of
Hearts Decorating Committee 4.
LOUISE JUDSON JONES, "Poo',
Lois of fun . . . Fred . . .Quiet Sweelness
Representative to Class Council 3: French Club: 'F.T.A.
Secretary 3: Latin Club 1, Vice-President 2: Library
Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Y-Teens 1, Social Chairman
2: Homeroom Treasurer 4: Class Dance Committees,
Invitations 1, 2, Refreshments 3: Devotional 1, 2, 3, 4,
LUCIA LILLIAN JONES
Sweet 'n lovely . . . service . . . everyl1orly's lnuflfly
Student Council Representative I, 2, Alternate 4: Junior
Civic Council 3: Hospitality Comniitte I. 2. 3, 4: Snow-
ball Dance Committee I, 3, 4: F.T.A. 4: Spanish Club
3: Latin Club I. 2: Service Club 4: Little Theater 2. 3.
4: Y-Teens I. 2. Treasurer 3. Vice-President 4. President:
Chorus I. 2. 3: Ensemble 2. 3: Winged Words Stall: 3:
Our Best To You Staff I. 2. Secretary: Homeroom Treas-
urer 3: Class Dance Committee I. Decorations 2, Invi-
tations 3, Decorations: Secretary of Junior Class.
STACY LYNWOOD JONES
Brooks . . . Never studies . . . 755 Forfl
Marching Band I, 2, 3: Symphonic Band 3. 4: Varsity
Band I, 2.
CHARLES ROGER .IONES
Quiet . . . Reel . . . D. 0 .... Mellna lean
,Iunior Hi-Y 2: Senior Hi-Y 3. 4: Chorus I. 2. Treasurer
I, 3: J. V. Football 2: Swimming 2: Diversified Occupa-
tion 3, Secretary 4.
DALLIE WILLIAM JORDAN. "Buddy"
Buddy . . .Snowman . . . Coofl Dancer
DORAINE ELIZABETH JOYNER
Hlloogie Annu . . . Rhythm yn Blues . . . Eating
Student Council Representative 2: School Store 3:
E.H.A. 1, 2, Class Historian: Girls Chorus 1. 2, 3: Mixed
Chorus I. 2: Honieroom I. Secretary 4: Class Dance
Committee: Good Luck Dance I. 2: Bulletin Boards 3.
MARY ALICE KELLY. "Hot Rodu
'The other half' . . . 6'Tl1e quiet one" . . . '5Same clothes"
. . . "Friencllyn
Latin Club I, 2: Y-Teens I. 2: Chorus I. 2. 3. 4: Home-
room Treasurer 2: Cheerleader 3.
MARTHA ESTELLE KELLY. 6'Slow One"
'GOne half, . . . light ,n bright . . . Vivacious . . . nose
Student Council Representative 1: Snowball Dance I:
Latin Club 2: Y-Teens 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Home-
room Hi-Times Representative 3: Alternate Cheerleader 2.
PEGGY SUE KENDALL
Rose's. . . pretty eyes . . . sweet
F.H.A. 1, 2: Chorus I, 2, 3: D.E. Club.
CATHERIN ELIZABETH KENERSON, 'tKay"
"Red on the head . . . Kay . . . Vivaciousw
French Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Library Club 2, 3:
Y-Teens 2, 3: Chorus 1: Devotional 2, 3: Homeroom
Library Representative 4.
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JAMES HAYWOOD KENNEDY. Njilninyw
"Honey Blue Eyes, Cuddles, Clzaplain. Cradle Robber,
one of llze wildcals, 1l0ll' rnany brotlzers? rosy clzeeksii
Student Council Representative 2: Stage Crew 1. 2. 3:
Sports Committee 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Junior Hi-Y 1. 2.
Chaplain: Senior Hi-Y 3. 4. Chaplain: Key Club 2. 3. 4:
Boys Monogram Club 2. 3. 4: Homeroom President 1. 4.
Vice-President 3: Track 2. 3. 4: Queen of Hearts Court
3: Marshal 3.
JEAN MARIE KEYS. t'Trigger"
Lizfing it up . . . Tlzal Clzrislmas Ere . . . Blondie
Student Council Representative 3: Poster Committee 1. 2:
Social Standards Committee 3. 4: E.T.A. 2. 3: Latin Club
1. 2: Library Club 2: Senior Hi-Y 4: Y-Teens 4: Chorus
1. 2. 4: Play. Our Town 4.
MARGARET ANN KIMRRO. "Margurite',
Oak High School. Oklahoma City. Oklahoma 1. 2: F.H.A.
4: Y-Teens 3. 4: Chorus 3. 4: Hi-Times Representative 4.
MARGARET ELOISE KING
1111115 . . . Brooks. . . Reserved . . . Slulnlier Parties
F.H.A. 1. 2: Girls Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3:
C.A.A. 1: F.H.A. Degree Chairman 2.
KAY FRANCES LANCASTER
"Mrs Sliearonn . . . Hllecemlver 171113 . . . uliaslfetballu
Member of F.H.A. 1. 3: Junior-Senior. Student Faculty
Basketball Games 3. 4.
DETLEV LINEA1' LANCASTER. "Lank"
The lleaclz . . . Ho! liarzin
Porter Military Academy 1. 2: Key Club 2. 3: Boys
Monogram Club 1. 2. 3: Football 2. 3: J. V. Football 1:
Basketball 2. 3: Swimming 3. 4: M.C.R. 4: Baseball 1.
SARA FRANCES LANCFORD. t'Sally"
Sally . . . Seen willz Louise . . . Ronnie . . . Cure
junior Civic Council 3: Latin Club 1. 2: F.H.A., Unit
President 4: Little Theater 1. 2. 4: Colden Masquers,
Secretary 3. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Plays and Cast or Com-
mittee 2, 3: Oflicer Homeroom. Secretary 1, Alternate
Student Council Rep. 3. Vice-President 4: Class Dance
Committee 3: Devotional 1. 2.
HARVEY GLENN LANGSTON. G'Larvie',
Larnie . . . Dimples . . . Cilrnartin wlzizl . . . Always on
Trafhc Club 3. 4: Senior Hi-Y 3. 4.
JEANETTE MARIE LEE
Erigagerl . . . lrue blond . . . sweet 'ni neat
l".H.A. 1. 2: Little Theater 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2.
GEORGIE ANNA LEGGETT
Miss Future Teacher . . . Dependable . . . Newsy Nose . . .
Student Council Rep. 2, 3, Alternate 4: Junior Civic
Council 3: Hospitality 2: First Aid 3: Co-Chairman
School Store 4: Snowball Dance 4: E.T.A. 3, 4, Presi-
dent: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2:
Hi-Times Stall 4: Purple and Gold Staff, Society Editor 3:
LATIPAC Staff, Senior Class Editor 4: Homeroom Officer
1, 2: Class Dance Committee 3, 4: Miss Future Teacher
Rep. 3: Honor Society 4.
FAYE EUGENIA LEONARD, "Little Bitw
Small anrl Cute . . . Cookie Suit . . . C. U. Frirlay niglzls
Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Silver
ROBERT BERNARD LILES
Hotrorl. . . Rastus . . . Bobby
Student Council Representative 1, Audio Visual 3. 4:
Sports Committee 5, lVIaintenance 1, Snowball Dance 5:
Spanish Club 2, Public Speech Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Home-
room Treasurer 1, 2. 4: Class Dance 1, 2. 3, I. V. Foot-
ball 2, Track 1, 4.
MARY LOUISE LINEBERCER, t'Louie'
Louise . . . Clothes and cars, inc .... etc.
Student Council Secretary 2, Representative 2, 3, 4, As-
sembly 3, 4, Snowball Dance 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4,
Little Theater 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. 3,
Public Speech Club 1, Plays and Cast or Committee
1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Times Staff 4, LATIPAC Staff 4, Homeroom
'Treasurer 1, Secretary 2. 3, LATIPAC Representative 4:
Sponsor 10th Grade 2, 12th Grade to Rocky Mount 4,
Superlative BELLE, Service Club 4.
TOMMIE LEON LITTLE
Quarterback, brain f?jhayrifles, golden locks f?j serious
anal quiet fllj
Representative to Class Council 2. 3, Audio Visual 2. 3, 4,
Spanish Club 2, Treasurer 3, Key Club 3, Treasurer 4,
Boys Monogram Club 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Homeroom
Sgt.-at-Arms 1, President 2, Treasurer 3, President 4:
Class Dance Committee Chairman 1, Recreation Chair-
man 2, Football Team 3, 4, J. V. Football Team 2,
Track 1, 3, 4.
ANNIE LOU LOCKAMY
4 S's . . . Sweet . . . Swell . . . The slay? . . . Smart
Junior Civic Council 2: Social Standards 1, 2, House and
Grounds 3, F.H.A. 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, President 3, Chorus
1, 2, 3, Ensemble 2, Class Dance Decorations Committee
1, 2, 3.
FRANCES ELIZABETH LONGEST, 6'Frankie'7
Tee! Heel . . . Smithfield . . . Oh, you know . . . One of
Spanish Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Office Assistant 3.
WALTER GUY MCBRIDE, '6Wally',
Wally . . . Chrysler
Student Council Repersentative 1, Latin Club 3, Benson
High School 1, 2, Westside High School 2, 3, 4, Boys
Monogram Club 2, Homeroom Oflicer 3, 4, J. V. Foot-
ball 1, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2.
PAUL THOMAS MCCABE
Quiet . . . Vigorous . . . friendly
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EDNA HICKS MCCABE
RUSSELL HAROLD MCCLAIN
"Beals,, . . . good linze . . . Rosie
Maintenance Committee 2. 3: Spanish Club 2: Little
Theater 1. 2: Hi-Times Staff 2. 3: Homeroom Officer
1. 2. 4.
BARBARA JANE MCCLAMROCH. "Bari,
Atlanlic Beach . . . Benny . . . Freckles
Latin Club 1. 2: Ollice Assistant 3: Little Theater 2. 4:
Girls Monogram Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 2. 3: Publicity
Committee 4: Winged Words Stall 4: Library Represent-
ative 4: Refreshment Committee 2.
GWENDOLYN OLIVER MCCLAMROCK, "Gwen"
George . . . eyesl . . . crazy . . . Banfl Tripsl??.'
Spanish Club 3. 4: Library Club 4: Little Theater 3, 4:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: Marching Band 2. 3. 4: Varsity Band
1. 2. 3. 4: Hi-Times Staff 3: Class Dance Committee 2:
Devotional 2. 3.
MARGARET JEANNE MACDONALD. '4Margo"
Margo . . . luscious . . . uparty girl" . . . personality plus
Representative to Student Council 2: Poster Committee
2: Entertaimnent Committee for Snowball Dance 1:
Latin Club 1. 2: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4: Senior Y-Teens
Seeletary 3: Chorus 1, 2. 3: Homeroom Treasurer 1:
Class Dance Committee, Refreshment Committee 2: Devo-
tional 1, 2: Girls Athletic Association 2: United Fund
DOROTHY SUSAN MCEWEN. c'Dottie7,
Reuben . . . Skeeter . . . Cheerleafler . . . "Dottie"
Executive Council of Student Council 4: Student Council
Representative 4: Projects Chairman 4: Poster Com-
mittee 3. 4: Office Assistant 3: Service Club 4: F.H.A.
1. 2. 3. Unit Vice-President 3: Little Theater 4: Y-Teens 4:
Girls Monogram Club 1, 3: Chorus 3: Symphonic Band
1: Plays and Cast or Committee 2: Homeroom 2, 3, 4,
Secretary: Class Dance Committee 3. Vice-Chairman Art
Committee Jr.-Sr.: Cheerleader 1, 2. 3, 4, Head Cheer-
leader 2. 3, 4. Co-Head.
ROSE MARIE MCGEE. "Ree-Gee"
Engagefl . . . Lovely lzair . . . Personality . . . Marshal
Student Council Representative 1, 4: Committees, Project
4. Hospitality 2: E.H.A. 1. 2. 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, Vice-
President 3, Treasurer 4: Chorus 1. 2: Purple and Cold
Staff 2: Homeroom Olticer 1, Secretary 2: Class Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Marshal 2, 3, 4.
NORMA JEAN MCNAIR
Mrs. Harrison . . . Dec. 9 . . . Smiles
F.H.A. 4: Little Theater 1, 2: Chorus 2, 3.
JAMES SIMPSON MCLEAN, "Skipper,'
Seen With Tom . . . Alhlelics . . . Coupe . . .K4 EIN
Latin Club 2, 3.
SYLVIA LOU MCLEAN, "Lou,,
Smiles . . . "Lawn . . . Pretty Hair
House and Grounds 1: Library Club 1, 2: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3:
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Plays and Cast or Committee 1, 2:
Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4: Class Dance Committee 1, 2, 3.
BETTY JANE MAYNARD
Quiet . . . True Blond . . . Loves English
House and Grounds 3: F.H.A. 1, 2, Time and Place Chair-
man. Unit Historian: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3: Chorus 1. 2, 3:
Ensemble 1, 2, 3: Class Dance Committee 3.
JOHN BLOUNT MAYO. JR.
'Ilackw . . . Creative . . . Friendly . . . Swell to know
Omaha, Nebraska Central High School 9th Grade Student
Council 4: Assembly-Chairman 4: Snowball Dance 4:
Library Club 2: Honor Society 4: Service Club 4: Senior
Hi-Y 3, 4: Public Speech Club 4: Chorus 1, 2: Wingefl
Words Staff 4: Purple and Gold Staff 3: LATIPAC Senior
Class Editor 4: Class Dance Committee 3.
FRANCES HELLON MEDLIN, "Fi-an',
Stuflious . . . Blondie . . . Walter
Library Club 3: F.H.A.. Unit Historian 1, Unit Vice-
President 2: Y-Teens, Secretary 2: Chorus, Girls and
Mixed, 1, 2, 3.
ALTON LEE MELTON "Toadil
Quiet . . . Miscliievous . . . Frienflly
CAROLYN YVONNE MEREDITH
tlflajorette . . . that innocent look? . . . more fun
Assembly 4: French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Office
Assistant 3: Little Theater 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
Chorus 2: Ten Little lnflians, House Committee: Major-
ette 4: Our Best To You Staii 2: Homeroom Officer 1:
Class Dance Refreshment Committee 3.
WILLIAM METTREY "Bill,,
Bill . . . Athlete . . . Y.M.C.A .... English worries
French Club 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Civics Club 1, 2: J. V.
Basketball 1, 2: Cathedral High School 1. 2.
CHARLES HERBERT MILLER, MChuck,7
"Mr, Audio-Visual . . . Service . . . Neatv
Executive Council of Student Council 4: Representative
2: Representative to Class Council 1: Audio Visual 2, 3,
4, Chairman Audio Visual 4: Snowball Dance 2, 4:
Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Office Assistant, Honor
Society 4: Service Club 4: Boys Monogram Club 1, 2, 3,
4: Homeroom Treasurer 1, Vice-President 3: Class Dance
Committee 1: Class Committee 3: Track 1: College Day
Quiet.. . pretty eyes . . . lovely lo know
ROSALEE MILLS, "Mills'7
Flirt. . . Friendly
Library Club 2: F.H.A. 1, 2.
SHELBY JEAN MILLS, 4'Bubbles"
HBulJbles', . . . Seventeen . . . A flirt . . . Dumb, but
F.H.A. 1, 2: D.E. Club 4.
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Spanish Club 2: Boys Monogram Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Track
3: Swimming 1. 2. 3. 4.
CAROL ELIZABETH MACKINTOSH
TSIIIITIIIZ, . . . Glllodel A' . . . Carrot Topn
French Club 1. 2: Spanish Club 4: Little Theater 3, 4:
Chorus 3: Homeroom Secretary 2: G.A.A. 1, 2.
WILMA LEE MAKI
"Sweetest one . . . pretty hair . . . full of fun . . . the besti'
House and Grounds 3: French Club 3: Latin Club 1. 2:
Little Theater 1. 3: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President,
Inter-Club Council: Chorus 2: Our Town: Our Best To
You Staff 2: Hi-Times Staff 4: Homeroom LATIPAC and
Hi-Times Representative 2: Jr.-Sr. Refreshment Com-
JOHN EDWARD MARKHAM
Racing . . . cool cat . . . nice dresser
Senior Hi-Y 4: Chorus 1. 2: Ensemble 2: Homeroom
AMELIA JANE MARTIN. "Martin"
Always good for a laugh . . . Boy crazy . . . little but cute
Library Club 2: F.H.A. 1, 2: Girls Monogram Club 3, 4.
ELLEN GERTRUDE MARTIN. "Rusty,'
Personality plus . . . Vicki . . . G'Rusty',
Junior Civic Council 2, E.T.A. 3. 4: Latin Club 1, 2:
Library Club 1. Vice-President 2. Delegate for N.C.H.S.
L.A.: F.H.A. Secretary 1. 2. 3: Y-Teens 1. Joy Y-Teens
2: Cay Y-Teens 3: Y-Teens 4: Ensemble 1. 2, Purple
and Cold. Humor Editor 3: Homeroom. Devotional
Chairman 1, Social Chairman and Ring Committee 3,
Hi-Times Representative 4.
THOMAS EDISON MARTIN. "Tom"
fames' pal . . . radio Hllfllllii . . . Genius in shop . . .
zENo MARTIN, JR.. eze
lV.H.S .... P.P .... Double-jointed . . . Straight Ales
Student Council Representative 1, 2: Sgt.-at-Arms of
French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1. President 2, Honor
Society 3, 4, Treasurer, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Junior Hi-Y 2,
Hi-Times Staff 3, LATIPAC Staff 4: Homeroom Officer
1. 2, 3, Class Dance Committee. Decorations 1. 2. Chair-
man. Invitations 3, P.T.A. Committee 4, Civil Defense
Project Committee 1, United Fund Committee 4.
ROBERT FRANCIS MATTHEWS, "B'0bby',
MB0bl2y" . . . Personality Kid . . . Frances . . . Talker!
Narimasu H. S., Tokyo, Japan 2, Office Assistant in Tokyo
2, Boys Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Boys Monogram Club,
Tokyo 2, Operetta 1, Christmas Play, Tokyo 2, Vice-
President Homeroom 4, J. V. Basketball 2.
COLETTE DEANN MAXWELL
'tLil Maxwellw . . . Sweet 'n neat . . . Southern Belle
Representative to Class Council 3, Spanish Club, Secre-
tary 3, 4, Oliice Assistant 3, 4, Y-Teens, Service Com-
mittee Chairman 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Homeroom
President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Refreshment Chair-
man of Junior Dance 3, Queen of Hearts Court 2, Devo-
tional 1, 2.
CHARLES HERBERT MIMS. "Hunky" and "Mi1nsy"
Hunley . . . Polile .. . M. Q.
Spanish Club 2, 3: Homerooin Officer 1. Treasurer
Sgt.-at-Arms 4, President, J. V. Basketball 1, 2.
RACHEL SUE MINICH, "Sudie"
NYM . . . Hair . . . NSuIy"
Spanish Club 3, Little Theater 3: Y-Teens 1. 2. Pro-
gram Chairman 3, 4, Worship Chairmang Girls lVIono-
gram Club 23 Plays and Cast or Committee 3, Make-up.
JOHN DELEBAR MINTER
Evill? . . . Friendly . . . Lois of Fun . . . Personalily
House and Grounds 2: French Club 3. 4, Chorus 1, 2:
Hi-Times Staff 3, 4: LATIPAC Staff 4: Homeroom Olhcer
2, Class Dance Committee 13 Chairman Decorations 4:
JACK DAVIS MOBLEY. "Shack"
Shack . . . Jazz . . . The Hill . . . Those Eyes
Executive Council of Student Council 3, Representative
13 Representative to Student Council Congress 1, Audio
Visual 1, 2: Stage Crew 3, lVIaintenance 4, Snowball
Dance 4, Tragic Club 2g Spanish Club 33 Junior Hi-Y
1, 2, Senior Hi-Y 33 Boys Monogram Club 3, Homeroom
Oflicer 1, 23 Class Dance Committee 3g Basketball. Man-
BETTY LOU MOORE
Diamond . . . Nice and Quiet . . . Posture
Spanish Club 3g Little Theater 1: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 4:
Chorus 3, 4, Devotional.
CHARLES WILLARD MOORE, "Moore"
Humorous . . . Sincere . . . Modest . . . Friendly
Representative 4, Elections 43 Homeroom Vice-President
3, Class Dance Committee 3.
DORIS ANN MOORE, uSnookie'i
Quiet, Modest, Well liked
Charlotte Central High School 2: Spanish Club 2g F.H.A.
2. 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4.
JUNE HAZELL MOORE
lV.H.S .... '41 Chevy . . . Skater
Student Council Representative 4, Junior Civic Council
2, French Club 33 Latin Club 1, 2g Office Assistant 33
Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Home-
room Secretary 1, President 2.
MARGARET ANNETTE MORAND
Smiles . . . Blondie . . . boys! . . . a'Frenchie"
Social Standards 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, Treasurer 1, Reporter 2,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Purple and Gold Staff 35 Homeroom
Officer, Vice-President 1, Secretary 2.
WILLIAM MURLE MORAS, III, uBig Billn
Quiet . . . friendly . . . nice to know
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CATHERINE ELIZABETH MORSE. "Cathy"
lnfluslrious . . . Good Sport . . . One of lhe Girls
Representative to Class Council 1. 2: Lost and Found
2. 4: Junior Civic Council 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club 3:
Ofhce Assistant 3. 4: Service Club 4: Little Theater I, 2.
3. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Girls Monogram Club 2. 3: Home-
room President 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Dance Committee 1. 2. 3:
Representative to Girls State, Alternate.
HARLEY L. IVIUDGE
Smuflge . . . Fine Lazl . . . Love Troubles
Representative to Student Council 3: Maintenance 4:
Snowball Dance 4: Latin Club 2: Chorus 1. 2: Homeroom
Oliicer 1. Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3. Student Council
Representative. Sgt.-at-Arms 4: Senior Hi-Y 4.
PATRICIA ANN MULLICAN. L'Pat"
Shorthancl . . . Tallcaliive
Y-Teens 3. 4: Chorus I, 2. 3: G.A.A. 3.
JAMES CLARENCE MUNNS. JR.. 'LAlbino,'
Butch . . . Flattop . . . Neat Dresser . . . Shy
Audio Visual 3: Junior Hi-Y 1. 2: Chorus 1. 2: Ensemble
1. 2: Homeroom Officer 3: D.O. 4.
GENE O. MURRAY
Snow man . . . Clothes . . . One and only . . . English
J. V. Basketball 1.
WILLIAM CLAUDE NANCE
Billy . . . Tall and Hanflsome . . . Honey
On the Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3: Jr.-Sr.
Basketball Game 3.
JERRY NATHAN NAPIER
Howis the boy? . . . Gee! . . . Snowman . . . Everyboaly's
Snowball Dance Committee 1. 2: Spanish Club 3: Little
Theater 2, 3: Boys Monogram Club 2. 3. 4: Homeroom
Oflicer 2: Class Dance Committee 1. 2, 3. 4: Tennis Team
1: Basketball 2. 3: School Bus Driver: Steering Com-
mittee for United Fund.
Married . . . clothes wilh class
House Committee for Little Theater 3, 4: Homeroom Red
Cross Representative: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Decorating Com-
mittee. Homecoming 3, 4: Junior Civic Council 4.
EARLY EUGENE NEWTON, "Red"
"Real . . . love troubles . . . working' . . . hawlcn
Representative to Class Council 3: Audio Visual 2, 3, 4:
Maintenance 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Junior Hi-Y 2: Little
Theater 2: Hi-Times Representative 2: Homeroom Presi-
dent3: Dance Committee 1, 3.
KIRK BENNETT NEWTON
English whiz . . . goof of . . . quiet
Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4:
Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4: D.O. 1, 2.
RONALD ALLEN NICHOLS
Polite . . . Looks .... S carf
Latin Club l. 2, Devotional 3, 4, Science Club I, 2.
ROBERT CUTLER NOBLE, 4'Bobby"
"lV.H.S." . . . Hfersonalily Plus" . . . HT. Birzli'
Executive Council of Student Council 4, Representative
4, Representative to Class Council 3: Student Co-operative
Committee l. 2: Snowball Dance Committee 4: School
Store 3. 4. Manager 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. Vice-President
2, Honor Society 3. 4. President 4, Representative to Na-
tional Honor Society Convention 3: Service Club 4: Sen-
ior Hi-Y 4, Marching Band I: Symphonic Band I. 2, 3:
Our Best To You Stall. Assistant Editor 2.
EVERETT LIVINGSTON NORTON
Eve . . . Bonjour
French Club, F.T.A. 3. 4, Junior Hi-Y: Monogram Club
2. 3, 4: Homeroom. Treasurer I: Class Dance Committee
2. 3: J. V. Football I. 2, Track I, 3.
NANCY ELIZABETH NYLUND
HPoise . . . Attractive . . . Latin Lovers"
American School-Managua. Central America 1. 2: Senior
Y-Teens 3, 4, Homeroom Treasurer 4: Symphonic Orch-
estra 3. 4, Representative to N. C. All-State Orchestra 3.
THOMAS JONES O'BRIANT, "Speedo"
Frienflly smile . . . Sporty car
Maintenance Committee I: Homeroom President I. 3.
Vice-President 2, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2. 3, House
and Grounds 2. 3, Student Council Representative 2.
FRED AUTRY OLIVE.
Fat Daddy . . . football . . . Peacock worries
Audio Visual 1, Monogram Club 3. 4: Winged Worfls
Staff, Homeroom Oflicer l. 2. 3: Class Dance Committee
1, Football 2, 3, 4, J. V. Football 1: Baseball 1.
JOANNA ADRIENNE OVERING
:Glow . . . Hejicienls' . . . Mrosy clzeeltsi,
Ollice Assistant 4, Honor Society 4: Little Theater 4:
Y-Teens 4, Marching Band I, 2. 3: Symphonic Band 4:
Class Dance Committee 3, Basketball 2: Journalism Club.
THOMAS LEWIS OVERMAN
Our Eflitor . . . Service . . . U.lV.C.
Student Council Representative 1. 3, 4, Poster Committee
2, 3, 4, Snowball Dance Committee 4: Honor Society 4:
Service Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Senior Hi-Y 4, Little
Theater 1, 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: Delegate
International Convention, Boys Monogram Club 2, 3, 4:
Hi-Times Stall 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief of LATIPAC 4, Home-
room President 2, 4, Class Dance Committee 1, 2: General
Chairman, Jr.-Sr. 3, Mgr.. Football Team 2, 3. 4.
MARIAN MARIE OWEN
Kind and Gentle. . . Understanding . . . Ky.
Student Council Representative 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, School
Operetta 1, Class Play 3, Tennis Team 3, Basketball 3:
Baseball 3, Junior Class Treasurer.
DAVID NORFLEET PARKER
Versatile . . . Dependability . . . Mr. Announcer
Student Council Representative 3, Representative to Class
Council 2, 3, 4, Representative to Student Council Con-
gress 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, Projects Vice-Chairman 4,
Elections 3, Snowball Dance 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4,
Vice-President, Junior Hi-Y 2, Senior Hi-Y President 4:
Little Theater Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Public Speech Club 4, N.F.,
Marching Band Odicer 1, 2, Announcer 4, Symphonic
Band 1, 2, 3, Announcer 4, Our Town Cast 4, Class Oili-
cer Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Class Dance Committee 2, 3, Swim-
ming 2, Boys, State 3, Chairman Senior Guidance 4.
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FRANK WARD PARKER
Frienrlly . . . likeable . . . sincere . . . moflesl
Representative to Class Council: Maintenance 1: Spanish
Club 2. President: President of Homeroom 3: Class
Dance Connnittee 1.
DANIEL HUBERT PARTIN, "Speedy"
Mr. Secretary . . . Nice to know
Methodist Orphanage High School 1. 2. 3: Executive
Council of Student Council 4: Secretary of Student Coun-
eil 4: Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4: I'Iomeroom President 1: J. V.
Football I. 2. Marshal 3: Representative to Boys State.
ELAINE SANDRA PATTON. "Lainey,'
4'Music'7 . . . ullrown eyesn
Publicity for United Fund 4: French Club 3: Latin Club
1: Y-Teens I. 2: Chorus 1, 2: Entertainment Committee
for Class Dance 1. 2: Costume Chairman for Silver Years
3. Dance Director 3.
PATRICIA ANN PEARCE
Erzgagerl . . . Bobby . . . uHot-Rollo . . . Parties
Oflicer 1: Representative 1. 2: Student Council Congress
1. 2: Poster I: Spanish Club I. 2: F.H.A. 4: Y-Teens
I. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Dance Committee 1:
G.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4.
JAMES EDWARD PEARCE. "Big Jimfi NJap"
Lover .. . Friend I0 all
Student Council Representative 1: Poster Committee 1:
Spanish Club 2: Chorus 1. 2: Hi-Times Staff 4: Purple
anrl Golrl Staff 2, 3: Oak Leaf Staff 3: I-Iomeroom Treas-
urer I. 2, 3. 4: Jr.-Sr. Prom Decorations Committee:
Industrial Arts Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Operretta 2: D.E. Club
3, State Convention: Editor-in-Chief lnrluslrial Arts News.
SUSAN LOUISE PEELER
"Lili, Susan . . . Capable gal . . . N. H. S.
Stuclent Council Representative 4: Representative to Class
Council 3: Snowball Dance 4: Honor Society 4: Little
Theater 1. 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens Inter-Club
Council 2: Chorus 2: Marching Band 1, 2. 3: Symphonic
Band 1. 2, 3. 4: You Canit Take It With You Costume
Committee: Ten Little Indians Publicity Committee: Our
Town Publicity Committee: Winged Words Staff 3,
Writing Editor 4: Our Best To You Staff 2: Class Dance
Committee I. 2. 3: Devotional Group 1. 2. 3, 4: Student
Representative P.T.A.: Music Committee 4: Junior Class
Money Making Project Committee 4.
MARY ELLEN PEMBERTON
UNCSN . . . everyonels friend . . . seen with Sally
Junior Civic Council 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Y-Teens 1,
Secretary 2. Vice-President: Girls Monogram Club:
G.A.A. 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3: National Foren-
sic 2. 3: Chorus 2: Hi-Times Staff 3: LATIPAC Staff,
Junior Editor 4: Homeroom Officer 2, Secretary 3, Li-
brary Assistant 4: Class Dance Committee 2: Member
of Operation Spirit 2: Mespath Devotional Group 1,
Secretary 3, Vice-President.
Fun to know . . . Pleasing personality . . . Spanish senorita
Maria Auxiliadora School I, 2, 3: Dramatics Club 1, 2,
3: Speech Club I, 2, 3: Federation of Catholic Students
1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 4.
MARY ANN PHILLIPS
'6Mrs. Raper .... S hor! and Sweet .... S incerew
F.H.A. Unit Reporter 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Homeroom
Secretary 2, 4: Class Dance Committee, lnvitations 1.
JACK MANN PINDELL
ufazzbon . . . fulie . . . ECC
Executive Council of Student Council 3: Vice-President
of Student Council 3. Representative 2: Representative
to Class Council 3: Representative to Student Council
Congress 3: Audio Visual 2: Stage Crew 1, 2. 3: Stu-
dent Co-operative 1, 2, 4: Elections 1, 2: House and
Grounds 1. 2: Snowball Dance 2. 3. Chairman: School
Store 2: Service Club 3, 4: junior Hi-Y 2: Senior Hi-Y 4:
Marching Band 1: Symphonic Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Varsily
Band 3, 4: Freshman Class Sgt.-at-Arms: Sophomore
Class President: Swimming 1.
ROBERT LAXTON PLEMMONS, "Bobi'
51 Chevy . . . Mountain Lover . . . After Squirrels
Homeroom Oflicer 1, Vice-President: J. V. Basketball 1.
Berrybill Jr. High School: F.F.A. 1, Mecklinburg County.
PATRICIA ELAINE PONDER, "Palm
Music . . . Brown Eyes . . . Pal
Greensboro 1. 2.
BETTY MILTON POOLE
lust Swellf . . . Southern Bell . . . Personality Plus
Student Council Representative 1. 2. 3: Representative
to Class Council 1, 2: Social Standards 2: Hospitality 4.
Vice-Chairman: Library Club 2: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Winged
Words Staii 4: Purple and Cold Staff 3: Chairman of
Decorations Committee for Jr.-Sr.: Devotionals in As-
sembly 1, 2. 3, 4: Service Club 4.
CHARLES GREY POOLE, 'QGreyi'
Hflighpochets . . . Grey . . . Easy going . . . Athleten
Student Co-operative 3, 3: Spanish Club 2. 3, Vice-Presi-
dent: Junior Hi-Y 1, Treasurer 2. Sgt.-at-Arms: Senior
Hi-Y 3, 4: Key Club 2. 3, Vice-President 4: Boys Mono-
gram Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President: Chorus 1: Football
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain: J. V. Football 1: Basketball 2, 3. 4.
Co-Captain 4: J. V. Basketball 1. Co-Captain: Baseball
1, 3: Queen of'Hearts Escort 2: Marshal 4.
GORDON JOSEPH POOLE, "loe'l
uDrawin, pictures . . . industrious . . . P.P.,'
House and Grounds 4: Snowball Dance 4: Latin Club
1, 2: Senior Hi-Y 4: Little Theater 2: Plays: Can't Take
lt With You Committee 1: Arsenic and Old Lace Cast 2:
Homeroom Sgt.-at-Arms 3: Class Dance Committee.
Cleanup 2: Decorations 3: Service Club 4.
BETTY LOUISE POWELL
Shorthand Worries . . . Nice to Know . . . Eric
Library Assistant 4: Library Club 4: Oflice Assistant 3. 4:
Little Theater 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2: Chorus 1. 2, 3: Plays.
House Committee 1, 2.
DAVID EDWARD POWELL
"Teacher's pet . . . personality plus . . . steady Eddie'
Audio Visual 1: French Club 2, 3: Little Theater 4:
Marching Band 1, 2: National Forensic 4: Symphonic
Band 1, 2, 3: Plays 4: Class Dance Committee 3: Track 4.
. MARTHA BOYNTON PRESTON, uMarty"
Marty . . . Lady Macbeth . . . Ballerenia
Junior Civic Council 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Latin
Club 1, 2: Little Theater 1, 2, Secretary 3, Sgt.-at-Arms
3, 4: Golden Masquers 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: G.A.A.
1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: Plays, You Can't Take It With You 1,
Arsenic and Old Lace 2, Ten Little Indians 3, Our Town
4: Class Dance Committee 1: Devotional 1, 2, 3.
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E. P .... Goose Tatum . . . Snow Man . . . Co-Captain
French Club 3, Junior Hi-Y 1, Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-
at-Arms 4, Boys Monogram Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3,
Homeroom Vice-President 1, 2, President 3, 4,Football
Team 3. 4, J. V. Football 2, Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captain
4: J. V. Basketball 1, 2, Co-Captain 2, Pythons.
JAMES WESLEY PRICE, uPrice"
Always smiling . . . Fancy Dresser . . . Teeth . . . Girlsl?
French Club 4, Junior Hi-Y 1, Vice-President, Homeroom
President 2, Jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 3, King of Good
Luck Dance l, Class Vice-President 1. 2, School Bus
GEORGE BLACKBURN PRUDEN
New Comer . . . Friendly . . . That Virginia Brogue
Chase City High School, Virginia: Projectors Club 2, 3,
Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Beta Club 2, 3,
Hi-Y Club 3, President, Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, Treas-
urer, Monogram Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, Highlights Staff
2, 3, Feature Editor, Mirrow Staff 2, 3, Class Vice-
President 1, Baseball 1, Manager, Needham B. Brough-
ton High School Marching Band 4.
JOHNNY WESLEY PURKERSON, '4Jay',
Vigorous . . . Numerous . . . ambitious
Hi-Times Staff Representative 4, Oak Leaf Staii 4.
WILLIAM BLANTON RADFORD, "Bill',
Willie . . . Beach . . . Mr. Ivy League
Student Co-operative 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. 3, Marching
Band 1, 2, Symphonic Band 1, 2. 3. 4.
JOHN ROGER RAFFIELD, Hde Cogerl'
5'Dich" . . . 'cone of the big 6,9
Audio Visual Committee 2, 3, French Club 3, Swim-
BARBARA LEE RANDOLPH. uBobbie',
Quick . . . Stuflious
Student Council Executive of Student Council 4, Repre-
sentative 1, Publicity Committee 4, House and Grounds
Committee 3, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Chorus
1, 2, Plays and Cast of Committee 3: Homeroom Secre-
tary 2, Good Luck Dance Committee 1, Jr.-Sr. Dance
Committee 3, Representative to Girls State.
BETTY JOANNE RASBERRY, HJo'7
Always smiling . . . 'allliss Teacherl' . . . Poise
Representative to Class Council 2, Junior Civic Council
1, Latin Club 1, 2, Picnic Committee 2, F.T.A. 3, F.H.A.
Little Theater 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Secretary 2, Senior
Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Down ln The Valley 3,
Messiah 2, 3, 4, Our Best To You 1, Homeroom 1,
Vice-President 4, Class Dance Entertainment Committee
1, Refreshment Committee 2, Jr.-Sr. Refreshment Com-
mittee 3, Devotional Group 1, 2, 3, 4.
ELNA GLYNN RAWLS
Coolberg. . . Pretty Clothes . . . Majorette
Spanish Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 4, Y-Teens 1, 2,
Treasurer 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Band
I, 2, Majorette 3, 4, Hi-Times Stall 3, LATIPAC Staff 4,
Class Dance Committee 2.
MARTHA CAROLYN RAY, 'GKerilyn,,
s'Frat,' . . . foe . . . Cool and Casual
Representative to Class Council 1, 2, 4, French Club 3,
Secretary 4, F.T.A., Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 4,
Little Theater 1, 2, 3, Inter-Club Council 2, Y-Teens
1, 2, President 3, Public Speech Club 2, Ticket Com-
mittee of Plays 1, 2, Hi-Times Staff 3, President of
Homeroom 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3, Class Dance Committee
1, J. V. Cheerleader 2, Hi-Y Follies 3, Kick Line, Col-
lege Day Committee 3, Secretary of American History
and English Class 3, Class Service P1 oject Committee 3.
,IACQULINE LEIGH RAYNOR, Hlackien
More men 1... Diamond stlulrlefl . . . mln . . . Hilarious
Student Council Representative 2, 4: Representative to
Class Council 3: Poster Committee 1, 23 Snowball Dance
Committee 2, 4: French Club 3, 4g Latin Club 1. 2,
Office Assistant 3. 4: Little Theater 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3:
Our Best To You Staff 1. 2: Homeroom Secretary 1,
Student Council Representative 2, President 3. Student
Council 4: Class Dance Committee 1. 2, 3.
BESSIE YVONNE REAVES
Library Club . . . Forever a frienzl . . . Smitlfs
Library Club 1. 2: F.H.A. 1, 2. 3: Y-Teens 2. 3: Chorus
1, 2g Class Dance Committee 3.
JAMES SHELTON REEBALS, 'cjimw
Collegiate Club . . . Girl troubles . . . 'gltecln
Junior Hi-Y 1: Swimming 1: V.E.S. Lynchburg. Va. 2. 3.
MARGARET BEATRICE REID, t'Margie"
Margie . . . Party Girl . . . Short and Neat . . . That
Representative to Class Council 1g Snowball Dance 2:
French 'Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 1: Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1: Program Committee 1: Homeroom
Ollicer, President 1, Treasurer 2. Secretary 3: Class
Dance Committee 1, 2: Queen of Hearts. Flowers Com-
PATRICIA LOUISE REILLY
"Patty'7 . . .giggles . . . sweetest one
Pittsburgh, Pa. lg So. Orange, N. J. 2: Poster 2: F.T.A.
4: Spanish Club 3: Office Assistant 1: Y-Teens 1, 4:
Homeroom 2, Treasurer.
ROSE MARIE RICHARDSON
Little one . . . pretty complexion . . . 6'Rosie,'
Latin Club 2g Library Club 3, 4g Y-Teens 1. 2.
CASWELL ALDERSON RIDDLE, HCas,7
one half. . . everybodyfs friend . . . cowboy . . . personality 1 1
CHARLES COBB RIDDLE, "Charlie" ,Q 1' A "
other half . . . lover . . . friendly . . . Ensemble i""
French Club 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4, Ensemble 4.
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CLARENCE BENJAMIN RIDEOUT. "Benny"
Goof off . . . Women . . . Working . . . Head Operator
Student Council Representative 3. 4: Junior Civic Coun-
cil 4: Audio Visual 2. 3. 4: Stage Crew 3, 4: Snowball
Dance 3. 4: Highway Safety 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Serv-
ice Club 3. 4, Sgt.-at-Arms: Key Club 4. Chairman
of Social Committee: Monogram Club 3. 4: Class Dance
Committee 1, 2. 3: Football Team 3, 4, Manager: J. V.
Football 2: Escort to Rocky Mount Homecoming: Escort.
Maid of Honor 4.
HILDA ANN ROBERTS. "Star"
"Sports . . . true blonde . . . siarf?f'
Sanford High School 1. 2: French Club 3. 4: F.H.A. 1:
Y-Teens 1. 2: Girls Monogram Club 1. 2: Basketball
tSanfordl 1. 2.
LOUISE IRBY LeMAY, ulrbym
Seen with Sally . . . dependable . . . Irby
Latin Club 1, 2: F.H.A. 4: Little Theater 3. 4: Y-Teens
1. 2. 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Ten Lillle Indians Stage Crew 3:
Our Town, Chairman of Properties Committee 4: fanuary
Thaw Stage Crew 3: Hi-Times representative 4: Class
Dance Decorations Committee 3: Devotional Group 2.
LOIS ELLEN ROGERS
.lerry . . . 'Gthe great explainef' . . . Clothes plus
French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 1, 2'
Y-Teens 1. 3: Chorus 1, 2. 3: Program Committee:
P.T.A. Play: Library Representative 1: Homeroom Sec-
retary 2. Treasurer 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4: Queen of Hearts'
United Fund Committee: Committee of Clean Up Cam-
THOMAS DIXON ROSE. "Tommy,'
"Caruso . . . smiling . . . nicei'
Assembly 4: Library Club 2: Chorus 3, 4: Ensemble 3. 4:
Homeroom 1, 2, 3, Devotional Chairman.
SARAH WINIFRED ROTHROCK. "Winnie',
'GWinnie . . . culest ever . . . dark beaulyi'
Student Council 2, Representative: House and Grounds
4: F.T.A. 3. Vice-President: F.H.A. 1. 2, 3: Chorus 1:
Class Dance Connnittee 2. 3: Homeroom 4. Treasurer.
RANDALL REX ROUSE
c'Raymond,s buddy . . . Howdy sailor . . . bass clarinet
Latin Club 3, 4: Boys Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Marching
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Symphonic Band 2. 3. 4: Varsity Band 1:
Swimming Manager 1. 2.
Brooks . . . Bad-Luck . . . Fought with Bruce
MARGARET ANN RUSSELL
Chevy . . . Slate . . . giggles . . . 'clllaggie Anna'
Library Club 3: Little Theater 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
SUSAN CAROL SANDLIN
uVoice,' ...L S ue . . . luliard
French Club 3. 4: Little Theater 2, 3: Ensemble 4: Home-
room Treasurer: Class Dance Committee 2: Y-Teens 1. 2.
3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN WESLEY SAUNDERS
Wise . . . Vigorous . . . Ambitious . . . ufun lo knowi,
Student Council Representative 4: Library Club 1:
JOHN FELIX SCARBORO, 23.3"
g'ThaI's what I said". . . 2C-Hot Rod . . . Friendly . . .
Spanish Club 3, 4.
CATHERINE MARIE SCHEIBLER
That Car? . . . "Tuck" . . . down the street
Library Club 3: Little Theater 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES MALACHI SEACO
,lalopy in red
Spanish Club 3: Class Dance Committee for Jr.-Sr. 3.
SHELBY JEAN SEYMOUR, 'gShelby"
foe. . . Shelby . . . Music . . . Music . . . Music. . . Dances
Library Club 1: F.H.A. 1, 2: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4. Girls
and Mixed: Ensemble 3, 4
LINDA RUTH SHERARD. "Freckles"
Atlantic Beach . . . Sorority . . . Personality Plus . .
Pidgeoned Toed . . .
Washirigton. D. C. 1, 2: Student Council Representative
D. C. 1, 2: French Club 1. 2: Library Club 1: Little
Theater 3, 4: Y-Teens 3. 4: C.A.A. 2. 4: Chorus 1. 2, 3:
Program Committee Ten Lilrle Indians 3: Ticket Com-
mittee Our Town 4: Treasurer Homeroom 1. 2: Cheer-
leader for J. V. in Washington. D. C. 1.
JEAN ANN SHIRLEY
Creative . . . vocabulary . . . intelleculal
French Club 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Honor Society 4: Little
Theater 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: Chorus 2. 3. 4:
Ensemble 4: Play Committees 1, 2, 3: Winged Words
Staii 3, 4, Co-Editor: Class Dance Committee 2.
MARGARET ANNE SIMMONS, "Peg"
Presidenfs lady . . . Peg . . . clothes plus . . . good-looking
Student Council Representative 2: Hospitality Committee
4: F.T.A. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Little
Theater 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary: Y-Teens 1, 2, Secretary 3.
Social Chairman 4, President: Chorus 2: Play Com-
mittee 3, Chairman House Committee: Hi-Times Staii
3: Purple and Gold Staff 4, Feature Editor: Homeroom
Ofiicer 1, Secretary 2, Student Council Representative 3,
Vice-President: Class Dance Committee 2, 3: Queen of
Hearts 3: Marshal 4: Sponsor 3, 4: Cheerleader 1, J. V.:
Superlative Miss Needham Broughton: Hi-Y Follies 3, 4:
MARTHA ANN SIMON, '4Nean"
One of the crowd . . . Party giver . . . That laugh
Spanish Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 2, 3, 4:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: Hi-Times Staff 3: LATI-
PAC Staff 4: House Committee 2, 4, Ticket Committee 3:
United Fund Work 4.
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JAMES DUDLEY SIMPSON. III, 'tMike,,
Quiet . . . Friendly . . . Stuclious . . . Sincere . . . Mr
Varsity Band 1. 2: lVIarching Band 3. 4: Symphonic
Band 3. 4: Vice'Presiclent of Homeroom 3.
ROBERT EDMOND SINCLETON. "Rocky"
Rocky . . . Heavy on the snow . . . Smootlz
Representative to Class Council 3. 4: Junior Civic Coun-
cil 4: Snowball Dance 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Chorus 1. 2. 3:
Homeroom Ollicer 1. 2. 3. 4: Tennis Team Sports 2. 3, 4:
Class Dance Committee 3: J. V. Foofball 2.
BRl'CE NEAL SMITH
Sailor . . . Howler . . . Lennieis brother
Hi-Tirnes Staff 4.
BETTY LOU SOLOMON. "Ben"
Frerl . . . Bet! . . . Sll0I'lI'6 . . . Cute as a button
Library Club 1. 2. 3: E.H.A. 1. 2: Y-Teens 2: Chorus 1.
RUTH ANN SOUTHERN "Ann"
Party gal. . . Boots . . . Tlze Hill
Student Council Representative 1: Representative to Class
Council 3: Representative to Student Council Congress
2: Hospitality 3. 4: Snowball Dance Decorations Com-
mittee 1. 4: F.T.A. 4: Office Assistant 2. 3. 4: F.H.A.
Decorations Committee 4: Little Theater 3. 4: Y-Teens
1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3:
Symphonic Band 1. 2: Varsity Band 3: Vice-President
of I-lomeroom 2. Treasurer 3. Secretary-Treasurer 4:
Freshman Decorations Committee: Jr.-Sr. Decorations
Committee: Devotional 1. 2. 3.
RAE ANNE SPEARS
"Babe" . . . seen with Carolyn . . . Tlmt accentf . . . curlsv
Oflice Assistant 1: Spanish Club 3: Latin Club 1: Library
Club 1: Representative 1: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4: National
Forensic 3: Hz'-Times Staff 3: Orchestra 1: Glee Club 2:
Pepperettes 2: 6IPep'I Club 2: G.A.A. 2. 3.
EDWARD LOWELL SPIVEY. "Sonny", uBrutus"
Algebra worries . . . inclustries . . . pantomize
Charlotte 1: Junior Civic Council 2: Audio Visual 1:
Little Theater 2. 3. 4: Colden Masquers 3, 4: Public
Speech Club 3. 4: National Forensic 2. 3, 4: Plays. Ten
Little lnclfans Stage Crew. Our Town Stage Crew, The
Terrible Marla Stage Crew: Class Dance Committee 3:
ELIZABETH DIANE SPRINGER
Spanish .... Beach Comer . . . Crazy
Spanish Club 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
Chorus 1. 2, 3: Class Dance Committee 2. 3.
EDWIN E. STAINBACK. III, "Stainey"
Ambitious . . . Modest
Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3.
KENNETH L. STALLINGS. JR.
Ken . . . Rebel . . . Backseat
Little Theater 2: Chorus 1, 2.
POLLY KELLY STARBUCK G'Blinky,'
Parties . . . "Foolsie', . . . Morehead . . . Sophislicalezl
Student Council Representative 1: Spanish Club
Latin Club 1, 2: Little Theater 2: Y-Teens 1, Treasurer
2: Chorus 1: Ticket Committee: Hi-Timtes Staff 3: LATI-
PAC Staff 4. Rep. 4: Homeroom Treasurer 2: Class Dance
Committee 2: College Day Committee 4: Hi-Times Repre-
sentative 2: Queen of Hearts Ticket Committee 4: Senior
Prom Decorating Committee 4: LATIPAC Represeniaiive
MARY RUTH STARLING, "Ruthie"
Lovely . . . Maid-of-Honor . . . Poise
Social Standards 3, 4: School Store 2: French Club 3:
Office Assistant 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Little Theater
2, 3: Y-Teens 1, Social Chairman 2. Vice-President:
Chorus 1, 2: Plays, Publicity Committee 3. Make-up Com-
mittee: Homeroom 1, President: Officer 1, Secretary of
Class: Queen of Hearts Court 3. Maid of Honor 4:
Marshal 3: Sponsor 1. 4: Alternate Representative to
PEGGY ELIZABETH STATON
Red on the Head . . . Younger Sei . . . Crazy
Student Council Representa'ive 4: Representative to
Class Council 2: Snowball Dance Planning Committee 3:
Ofiice Assistant 3, 4: F.H.A. 4: Little Theater 1. 2. 3. 4:
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Public Speech Club 2g Ticket Committee
1, House Committee 2, 3. 4: Hz'-Times Staii 1, 3, 4:
LATIPAC Staff 4: Homeroom Officer 1. 2, 3. 4, Class
Dance Committee 1, 2: Chairman of Queen of Hearts
Dance Committee 4: Cheerleader 2: Hi-Y Kick Line 3:
College Day Committee 3: Service Club 4.
REBECCA MARGARET STEARNS. "Becky1,
0. R. M. I. Pin . . . Those Legs . . . Cutie
Representative to Class Council 2: French Club 3: Little
Theater 1, 2. 3: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Make-up Committee 1.
Ticket Committee 2. House Committee 3: Hz'-Times Staff
2: LATIPAC Staff 4: Homeroom Officer 1. 2. 3. 4: Devo-
tional 1, 2: Vice-President American Government: United
Fund 2: Hi-Y Follies 3, 4.
JAMES CALDONIAN STEPHENSON. Hlimmyi'
Latin Club 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM EARL STEVENS, G'Billy,,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2.
THOMAS CROSBY STONE, "Speedie,,
Did you know!! . . . Goldsboro . . . Carol
Audio Visual Committee 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Junior
Hi-Y 1, 2: Boys Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Times Staff
3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 4, Football Team 3: J. V. Football 2.
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BARBARA CORNELIA STRICKLAND, HShorty',
Shorty . . . Flirt . . . Milky Way
Methodist Orphanage, Representative to Girls State,
Marshal 2: Chairman of Program Committee for Jr.-Sr.
Banquet 3: May Day Court 2. 3, Girls' Trio 2, Glee
CHRISTOPHER ALAN SUITER, "Chris"
HChris,, . . . Little Theater . . . HThat hairii
Stage Crew 4: Latin Club 1, 2, Little Theater 2, 3, 4,
Plays Committee 2. 3, 4, Our Best To You Staff 2, LATI-
PAC Staff 4, Adv. Orchestra 1, 2.
HELEN MARIE SUTTON
461,171 so enibarrassedi' . . . punchy . . . cool kitty . .
Spanish Club 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Project Committee,
Ofhce Assistant 4, F.H.A. 4, Little Theater 4, Y-Teens
3. 4. Service Chairman of Y-Teens, Winged Words Staff
4: Publicity Committee for Our Town 4: Hi-Times Staff
4. Representative 4, Decorations Committee for Arts
Festival 3, Silver Anniversary 3, United Funds Repre-
lV.H.S .... Suhie . . . Hi-Y pin . . , Sweet and lovely
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4, Inter-Club Coun-
cil 4, Chorus 3, Messiah 3, French Club 3. Treasurer 3,
Refreshments Committee for ,Ir.-Sr. 3, Decorations Com-
mittee for French Club Banquet 3, OHice Assistant 3, 4,
Representative to Junior Class Council 3, National Honor
Society 4, Winged Words, Future Teachers of America
4: Steering Committee of Senior Guidance 4, Student
Representative to Cafeteria Committee for Senior Guid-
ance, Intermission Committee for Snowball Dance 4.
BARBARA JOAN TARLTON. I'Bobbie,'
Slim and trim . . . 'nfimmiei' . . . Sophisticated
Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Devotional 1, 2, 3, Plays 1, 2, 4.
FLORINE GEORGE THOMAS, '4Chlorine',
'4Flirt . . . Those eyes . . . Happy go Lucky . . . Sports"
Library Assistant 3, Library Club 3, Homeroom Sgt.-at-
Arms, Library Representative, United Fund Work 4,
President American History Class 3, President Sociology
Class 4, Project Chairman of Library Club 3, Flower
Committee of Queen of Hearts 4, Sports Superlative.
PRISCILLA DEAN TINGEN
Short 'n Sweet . . . Wit. . . '6Pris"
Hospitality Committee 1, Library Club 3, F.H.A. 1, 2.
c'Tu.l1lJy,' . . . Bop fiend . . . Love troubles
Student Council Representative 1, Hospitality 2, French
Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Office Assistant 4, Honor
Society 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Homeroom
Secretary 2, 3, 4, Class Dance Committee 1, 2, 3.
Varsity Band 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Audio Visual
Club 2, 3, 4.
DAVID LEITH TOWNES
Smart? . . . Slide rule kid . . . Swimmer
American School, Inc., Manila, P.I. 1, 2, Spanish Club
2, National Forensic 3, 4, Symphonic Band 3, 4, Winged
Words Staff 3, Business Manager 4, Swimming 4, Debate
3, College Day Committee 4.
JERRY LYNN TRUELOVE
Artist . . . Freckles . . . 6'Gotta have a IUCEIIT-5
Library Club 1: Play 2: Homeroom 1, Vice-President 2.
Sgt.-at-Arms 3. President: Class Dance Committee 1, 2. 3.
ROBERT LEE TYSON
MSticlc,i . . . quiet . . . one of the best
Student Council Representative 1: Spanish Club 2: Junior
Hi-Y 2: Key Club 4: Boys Monogram Club 1. 2. 3. 4:
Chorus 1. 2: Football Team 3, 4: .l. V. Basketball 1. 2:
Track 1, 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3: Senior Hi-Y 4.
TONY COLEMAN UPCHURCH, "Tony',
Crooner . . . girls . . . cautious . . . smooth . . . Carolyn
Student Council Representative 2, 3: Senior Hi-Y 4:
Chorus 2. 3: Ensemble Homeroom 1. President:
DONALD HARVEY VINNIK. "Don"
Young man with a horn . . . 'aVinnilcie,, . . . bicycle kill
Latin Club 1. 2: Marching Band 1. 2. 3: Symphonic
Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Circus Band 3: Homeroom 2. 4: Tennis
KATHARINE BADGER WALKER
Kate . . . bangs . . . NHS. . . eyes . .. that wit
Representative to Class Council 3: French Club 3: Latin
Club 1, 2: Oflice Assistant 3, 4: Honor Society 4, Secre-
tary: Little Theater 4: Y-Teens 2, 3. Secretary: Play
Committee 4: Winged Worfls Staff 4: Class Dance Com-
mittee 2: College Day Committee 4.
AMY ADELAIDE WARNER, "Punchy"
That clruwl . . . Plymouth . . . sweet
Representative to Class Council 4: Poster 2: Publicity
4: Spanish Club 3, President: Latin Club 1. 2, Vice-
President: Little Theater 1: Y-Teens 1. 2. Treasurer 4:
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Class Dance Committee 1. Secretary 2.
RACHEL JUANITA WATKINS
Prissy . . . Malnrncfs Little Girl . . . Beautiful Brown
Eyes . . . NHS
Student Council Representative 3: F.T.A. Publicity Chair-
man 3, Librarian 4: Honor Society 4: Service Club 4.
Secy.-Treas.: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1. 3, 4: Ensemble
3, Asst. Pianist 4: Operetta 1, 3: Purple and Golrl Stall
3, Exchange Editor: LATIPAC Staff 4, Junior Class Editor:
Class Ollicer 3, Treasurer: Homeroom Officer 4, Treas-
urer: Class Dance Committee 1, 2, 3.
JUNE ELIZABETH VVATSON, '6Lizzie,,
N. H. S .... c'Lizzie,' . . . Majorette . . . Foggy
Social Committee Chairman of Student Council 3, Stu-
dent Council Chairman 4: Delegate to Central Convention
2: Student Co-operative Committee Chairman: Snow:
ball Dance, Morson, Chairman 3: Office Assistant 2, 3, 4:
Honor Society 4: Service Club 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4:
F.H.A. Unit President 1, Chapter Vice-President 2,
Chapter President 3, State Delegate to Southern Regional
Convention 3: Girls Monogram Club 3: Mixed Chorus
2, 4: Girls Chorus 2: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sym-
phonic Band 2: Varsity Band 1: Majorette 2, 3, 4: Class
Treasurer 4: Class Dance Committee 2: Marshal Alt. 3:
Representative to Girls State: Senior Superlative 4.
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PATRICIA ANNE WATSON. "Pat"
"Green Chevy" . . . "Neal in sweet" . . . 'Lone of the seven"
Student Council Representative 4: junior Civic Council
2. 3. 4: Poster Committee 3: Lost and Found 3: Student
Co-operative 4: Hospitality 2: F.T.A. State Conference
3: Oflice Assistant 3. 4: I7.H.A. Reporter I. Treasurer
2. 3: Y-Teens I. 2. 3. Vice-President Inter-Cluh Council
4: Chorus I. 2: Operetta I. Chorus: Wingerl Words Staff
4. Secretary: Chairman. lr.-Sr. Refreshment Committee
3: Devotional 4: Career Day Committee 4.
SAIVIIIEL ALVIN WEAVER. "Sam"
Quiel . . . mall scienlist . . . hot rodf ?j . . . A.V.
Audio Visual 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Little Theater 2. 3:
Plays and Cast or Committee. Arsenic and 0111 Lace
tCastl 2. Officer I. Vice-President: Class Dance Com-
mittee I tDecorations. Entertainmentt.
KAY ELIZABETH WEAVER. "Liz"
'little nurseu . . . Li: . . . SIl'Pf'l Q11 lovely . . . ufilll' of Ihe
Ilospitality Committee 4: F.T.A. 3: Latin Cluli I, 2:
Y-Teens I. 2. 4: Marching Band I. 2. 3: Symphonic
Rand I. 2. 3. 4: Class Dance Committee 3.
GEORGE STEVEN WERR. IR.
Sieve . . . Nose Troubles . . . Gay Une
Audio Visual 2. 3. 4: Spanish Cluli 2. 3: Chorus I. 2. 3.
BETTY IVIARGINE WHEELER. "lVIargine"
Cheerful . . . Glenn . . . l'refly Hair
l".I'I.A. I. 2. Historian: Chorus I: E.H.A. Good Luck
Dance. Decorations Committee: Ir.-Sr. Prom, Decora-
DONALD EDWARD WIGGS, "Don"
Hot R011 . . . Willy . . . C0-Co
Student Council Representative I: Sports Committee 3:
Stage Crew 3: Spanish Cluli 3: Senior Hi-Y 4: Chorus
I: Ilomeroom Vice-President 2: Class Dance Committee
2. 3: D.O. Cluh I. 2. President.
PATRICIA LEE WILDER. "Pat',
'chiltle Bill, . . . Big Smile . . . ufohnnyii
I'I.I'I.A. I. Reporter: D.E. Cluli I. 2.
EDITH ARLENE WILKINS
Seen wilh Marlene . . . Ralph, fr .... sweet
Student Council Representative 2: Spanish Cluh 3:
I'I.II.A. 2: Chorus I. 2. 3: 4-II Cluh 2: IIOIUf'I'OOlil I,
EDITH NIARLENE WILKINS, "IVIerlene,'
The olher half . . . Spanish whiz . . . nealness
Spanish Cluh 3: F.I'I.A. I: Chorus I. 2. 3: 4-H Club 2:
EIIA. lVIusie Chairman 2.
SANDRA NELL WILLIAMS. "Wil-ruins
Sports . . . Perfume . . . Brown. eyes
Representative 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Olhce Assistant 4:
Little Theater 4: Y-Teens 2, 4: G.A.A. 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4: Homeroom 2, Secretary: Class Dance Committee 1:
HORACE SMYTHE WILLSON. "Race"
f0e's twin . . . Paper doll . . . Beachcomber
Stage Crew 3, 43 Snowball Dance 43 Operetta 3g Repre-
sentative 4g Homeroom 1, Vice-President, Treasurer 2.
JOE CARTER WILSON
Those eyes . . . quiet type . . . heavy on lhe snow
Stage Crew 4, Maintenance Crew 2: Spanish Club 3:
Homecoming Vice-President 4: Class Dance Committee
2, 33 Swimming Team 4: Queen of Hearts Dance Decora-
tions Committee 4.
JANE ELIZABETH WOODARD, ttjaniew
Ceaseful Talking . . . Life of the parly . . . one of the
Student Council Representative 3, 4, Alternate, Junior
Civic Council 43 F.T.A. 4. President, Recorder at State
Convention: Little Theater 1: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4: National
Forensic 2, 3, 43 Chorus tSpring Festival, The Messialzj
3, 4, Make-up Committee for The Terrible Meek. Cos-
tume Committee for You Canit Take It With You: W,l'l1,,2'6'll
Words Staff 4g Devotional 1g Ground Observer Corps
3, 4, Publicity Chairman 3.
EDGAR GHRISTENSON WOODBURY
Chris . . . Crazee-eef . . . Mighty fine . . . Always 1U0l'ilC..II?2'
Latin Club President 2, Vice-President 3, Honor Society
4, Marching Band 1, 2, Symphonic Band 1. 2. 3. 4:
Senior Hi-Y 4.
MARVIN JAMES WOOTJCOCK, "Woody",
Lover . . . Woody
Snowball Dance Committee 3: Spanish Club 2. 3. Secre-
tary 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3g Homerooni Sgt.-at-Arn1s3, Class
Dance Committee 1, 2, Baseball 1.
SARAH MACON WRAY, "Little Wrayw
Vivacious . . . Bridge fiend . . . Tha! hair . . . Goofin' off
Executive Council of Student Council 4g Representative
2, 45 Sports 2, 3g Poster 2, 3: Social Standards 1, 2. 3. 4.
Chairman, Snowball Dance 4, Library Club lg OlIice
Assistant 3, Service Club 43 National Forensic 3: Hz'-
Times Staff 4, LATIPAC Staff 4, Sophomore Editor:
Class Dance Committee 1, 2, Chairman 3g P.T.A. Com-
BOBBY GORDON WRENN
'IAnn . . . Married . . . Armyw
Sports 2, House and Grounds 2, Spanish Club 3g Latin
Club 2, Chorus 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 1, 2, Class Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2, 3.
.IOHN ROBERT YARBROUGH, t'Bob'7
Bob . . . High Stepper . . . Friend to all
House and Grounds 3, 4, Snowball Dance 4, Latin Club
2, Honor Society 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, Homeroom Officer
1, 2, 3, 4, Devotional.
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JAMES KENNEY YODER, "Jimi,
Hot Rod . . . fohns0n's. . . Race Track
Spanish Club 2, 33 Sgt.-at-Arms 1, 2.
CAROLYN MARIE YOUNG
Looks! . . . Sweet seventeen . . . Fatty
School Store 13 Office Assistant 33 E.H.A. 1, 2, 43 Y-Teen
President 43 Secretary of Homeroom 1, 2, President 43
Class Dance Committee 33 Marshal 3, 43 Queen of Hearts
JOSEPH GASTON WINFREE
foe . . . Parties . . . Nice to Know
Student Council 3, 43 Representative to Class Council
1, 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 1, 3, Chairman 43 House and
Grounds 4, Chairman of Middle Lights3 Traffic Club 2g
Spanish Club 33 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3g Sym-
Phonic Band 1, 23 Plays and Cast or Committee, Operetta
2, 3, Play 1, 2, 3, 43 Purple and Gold Staff 33 Class
Officer, Sgt.-at-Arms 13 Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, 4.
EDWARD EARL WOODLIEF, '6Sad Sackl'
Those eyes . . . Staunch . . . Worth . . . But nuts
Library Club 23 D.O. 1, 2, 3, 4.
GLORIA DAWN BYRD ll-IARPERJ, f'Bird"
4' B. T." . . . "Emrny7s Friendi' . . . Mrs. Harper
Student Council 1, 2, Committee 3 ll-louse and Groundsl 3
Latin Club 1, 23 Library Club 1, Secretary 2, Treasurer
3, President 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Homeroom 1, Vice-
President 2, Secretary 3, 43 Class Dance Committee 3,
1nvitations3 Teacher's Assistant 43 N.C. H. S. L. A. A. 3,
Treasurer 4, Presidentg Class Treasurer 1g Mimeograph-
ing Assistant 4.
LOUISE IRBY LEMAY, 'LIrby"
RALPH WALDO CUMMINGS, "Je"
Officer 3, Presidentg Representative to Student Council
Congress 13 Junior Civic Council 2, 33 Snowball Dance
2, 3g School Store 3g Spanish Club 2, 33 Honor Society
3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Key Club 3, 43
Chorus 1, 23 Officer 1, Student Council3 President of
Homeroom 3g Class Dance Committee 2, Entertainment
Committee3 Marshal 3.
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Sf'f'1'etz1ry -- --- ---- JUDY ALLEN Advisor ------ -......... .... M R S. NELL KAHDY
A project of great concern for the juniors is selling drinks. Left to right: Gilbert Moody, Lee
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Jimmy Abbott, Barney Adler, Theresa Aguirre,
Nancy Alford, Judy Allen, Saundra Amerson, Bill
Douglas Anderson, Barbara Arnold, Warlda Austin,
Mary Nell Atkins, Carlton Baird, Joe Baker, John
Ted Bales, David Ball, Nancy Ball, Carolyn Bar-
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Bob Barksdale, Minnie Barnes, Mary Ruth Barnes,
Henry Barnette, Carol Barneycfastle, Linda Bash-
ford, Jimmy Batton.
Etta ,lane Baits, lVlaria Biilltflllll. Barbara Boxley,
Bob Beasley. George Beelxer. lVlary Ann Belton.
Cora Mae Berry.
Divkie Bethune, Doris Bissette, lVlargarel Blaekley,
Judy Bledsoe. Patricia Boettner. Ann Louise bolin.
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Faye Bordeaux. Margaret l'il'0Wll. :X1111 Bradsliaw.
Ed liradsliaw. Tonnny liradsliaw. James Brook-
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lslarhaia Brewer. Lois Bridges. Shirley Britt. Eddie
H1'oadyyell. Valerie liroadwell. Mickey Brock.
Wayne liroolxs. Talmage Hrowii. Gene Buliialoe.
Bohhy lilll'l'll. Cornelia liurm-li. ,lo linrlie. Geraldine
Bottom, -first rozr:
Barlmara Byrd. Errol C21llOOIl. A1111 Caniphell. Jean
Cannady. Neil Caplin. ,laniee Capps. Thomas Car-
A1111 Carson. June Carter. Ann Candle, Janet
Candle. Lon Chapman. Susan Chapnian, Harold
Charles Cle111e11t. Faye Clifton. ,lane Cochran,
Carolyn Coggins. Jerry Ennis. Phyllis Cole. ,lininiy
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Nancy Compton, Rupert Conyors. Janice Cox. Liz
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Ken Curtis. Larry Curtis, Carolyn Dalton. Danny
Davis, Jimmy Davis. Susan Davis. Dale Dean.
Jimmy Dean, Ronald Dean. Sonny Dean, Hugh
Deans, Wailda Doster. Sue Drake. Louis Dudley.
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Jimmy Dunvan. Billy Dunlap. Donnie Dupree. Fred
Eason. Roger Edwards. Blair Ellis. Howard Ellis.
Randall Etheridge. Sylvia Farmer. Landis Ferrell.
Judy Fisher. Jerry Fitts. Polly Foglenian. Barbara
Mary Mao Fowler. Ann Fox. Holrlry Foxwortll.
Betty Lou Franklin. Jerry Fraiser. Cliff Fuller.
,lulia Ann Gardner.
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Pat Garner. June Garriek. lietly Jean Garris. lVlary George Hall, Gus Hall, lVleryl Hanson, Ivan Hard-
Ann Gaslxin. Reliewa Gaskin. Vlfillie Ganster. esty. Reuben Hamlet. Molly Hare, Ann Harvey.
Second row: Seeonll row:
Larry Geanes. Wayne Gilmson. Millmrn Gililis, Jack Bill Harwoorl, Carol Harwood, ,lane Hayes, Chase
Gorlwin, Myrtle Goodwin, Hill Grady, Jimmy Hearn. ,lames Helton, Henry Hester, George Hicks,
Clara Green. 'lllioxnas Green, Ann Gregson, Hruve Third row:
Grisei. Jllllll Grogan. H. ll. Hagwoocl. Karen Haitli- Judy Hicks, Dot Hill, Evelyn Hill, ,loan Hill, Sara
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Top, Hrst row:
Bruce Hoadley, Btll'lJti1'tl Hodge, Lela Wooten
Hodges, H. E. Holland, Tommy Holloman, Edgar
Hollowell, Ann Honeyeutt.
Karen Hopkins, Judith Horton, Bkl1'lJt11'Ei Howard,
Jack Howell, Jimmy Hoy, Gene Hughes, John
Mary Ellen Hunnieutt, Gail Hunter, lVlarvin Jack-
son, Mary Frances Jenkins,
Johnson, Barhara Johnson.
Al Johnson, Annette
Bottom, Hrst row:
Dot Johnson, Joe Johnson, Joyce Johnson, Lynda
Johnson, Mary Lily Johnson, Phil Johnson, Roland
l5iiI'l?tll'El Jolliff, Buddy Jones, Carol Jones, David
Jones, Jam-kie Jones, Richard Jones, Tommie Jones.
T11 irll row:
Joan Jordon, Douglas Joyc-e, Ann Joyner, Heulan
Justive, Joe Kallxhursl, Emily Kees, Betsy Kesler.
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Duvall King, Stearns King, Truman King, Made-
line Kleiman. Carolyn Knight, Jerry Kriegel, Alvis
Phyllis Langston, Frances Lassiter, Kenneth Lauder,
Billy Lassiter, Ann Law, Margaret Lawrence, Alton
Lee. Jr. i
Janet Lee, Harriet Ligon, Rosalind Legnnl, Janet
Lemons, ,iflllll Cary Lewis, Mary Franees Liles,
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Ed Maness, Mary Manninv, Martha Marconi, ,Inn
Martin, Kay Martin Mairlee Martin Barbara Jean
Second row :
Ester Matthews, Sandy Mattliewe Lamerle Mattox
Hen McConnell, Larry Mtfaartlry Janet McGee
Nancy McLawl1orn Kit MQLeod Mildred McNair,
Anlmrey Meade, Relieua Que Messer lella Mid
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Harry Plilegar, Andrea li. Pittman, Barlmara Pleas-
ants. Henry P00le, Jeanette P00le, lVlalrle Allen
P00le, ,laek Pruitt.
a e aiv l 00ee, nri orand, Lynn Martin Perez Gueuara, JoAnne Ragland, l,ee
lVlun1 C r0 yn lVlur- Rainey, Peggy Rainey, ,lolni Randall, Rilly Rateliff,
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' an' 'y e'ett 'ray, olrli Nanv, Ralph Rarlrara Reeves, Carl Franklin Reielielilraell, Jr.,
Nel' n, J' my 0n, Joanna Newton, Joyce Judith Reilly, Pat Renfrew, Diana Renn, Arthur
' n. ' Reynolds, Pat Rliue.
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'K 5 Joe Parlxer, Joy Parlier, Mary ,lo Parker, Sherwood
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Q ' Billy Paris, Daisy Patterson, Bruve Pealiotly, ,lon
, Yi' Pearl-e. Kay l'ear1'e. Goldie Penny, Carolyn Perry.
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'l Janet Perry. Jeanette Perry, Mary Petterson, ,lucly
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Hocleriek Richardson, Sam Riley, Betsy Roberts,
David Robinson, Sallie Holminson, Steva Roeliuek,
Viffky Rotliroelx, Harriet Rothstein, Jimmy Rouse,
Bolilmy Rouse, Colon Rowe, Harold Russel, Eve
Elaine Sparilas, Jimmy Sawyer, Julia Anne
Suliwerin, Relmewa Scott, Charles Seagroves, Billy
Shaw, Tliomas Hideout.
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Bill Shinn, Ginny Simms, Clara Beth Smith, Danny
Smith, Houston Smith, Jeanne Smith, Louise Smith.
Martha Ann Smith, Norman Wzide Smith, Wilhert
Smith, Sara Snell, Sylvia Snell, lVlcKoy Souther-
land, Edward Spencer.
Rohert Springle, Ceeil Squires, Eleanor Stark,
Joyce Stephens, Linda Stephenson. lVlartha Stephen-
son, Jerry Stevens.
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Bottom, Hrs! row:
Lynn Stinson, Russel Stoutt, Joel D. Street, Gail
Strieklanfl, Sandra Strickland, Lewis Strong,
Frank Supple, ,lerry Tant, Ann Taylor, Charles
Taylor, Gary Teclder, David Thomas, Cornelia
Thirzl row .'
lcla Sue Thomas, Kenny Thornes, Claudia Thrower,
liohhy Tippelt, John Turner, Peggy Tutor, Speck
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Lynell LilN'lllll'l'il. John Vernon. Judy Vernon
Carolyn Wagoner. l,inda Vlfall. liill Wi1ll6ll. Shan
Chloe Ward. Mary Powell Ward, Karl Vlfarm
hrod, AI Watson, Keneth Watson. Beverly Watts,
Gwen Weaver, Brnee Weaver, Cordon Welsh,
Russell White. Tom Wvhitalxer, Vlfillie Woodeoelx
Bottom, Hrs! row:
Hex Woodlief, Boll Wolfe, Jo Anne Woiiilile,
Beverly Wieker, llohhy Wiilkerson, Fred WillJOl'l1C,
Willa Kay Wilder, Ann Williams, Auhrin Wil-
liams, Boll Vlfilliams, Bruce Williams, Mary Sue
Williams, lVlike Williaiiis.
Fadene Williford, Tootie Williams, Joe Ward, Bill
Wilson, David Wilson, Harold Wilson, ,lack Wil-
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First row :
Carlye Adams, Charles Bennet, Jackie
Henry Hobbs, John Jivatode, Ferg Norton, Nancy
Norton, James O,Neil.
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Marilyn Overliy, Britt Sullivan, Tom Wingfield
John Winkler, Donald Wrenn, Clifton Wright
Grey Wright, Brookshire Wynn.
Anne Yardbrough, Jimmy York, Carolyn Hodge,
Doug Sallinger, Jinny Stephenson, Sandra Strick-
land, Beth Vaughn, Mary Frances Coates.
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was chosen sergeant-at-Arms. J
We planned activities for the year
which We hoped would appeal to all 503
of us. So, as to make a good start, a fall
picnic was planned for us, and in March
we held a successful class dance. We
activated a magazine sale in the spring,
in order that We might reimburse our
As we look to the future, we are ahle
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row: Steve White. Reggie Browns Yvallace Price.
to see many other projects which we
hope, along with those of the past, will
enable us to make a worthwhile dona-
tion to the school. By the time We grad-
uate in 1958, we hope to he ahle to stand
on the threshold of adulthood and look
hack on a job well done.
Sara Griffin, Bryant Garner, and Patty Cooper go over plans for the magazine
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Ss, . ,JL in-5? , 'Je' ' fl Mary Beaty, Betsy Beckwith, Mary
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Becky Fuquay, Peggy ,loan Gaddy,
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Sara Griffin, David Gullette, Allen Hag-
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ris, Robert Harris, Travis Hathaway,
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man, Sandra Horner.
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Billy Sanderford, Jimmy Sanderford.
Lynda Sanderford. Ann Schenck.
David Scott. Jim Scovil.
Ginny Sears. Winstfili Shearon. Dudley
Shofner. Hal Short. Ann Smiley. Ecl-
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Lamon Spainhour. Carolyn Spence,
Lydia Spivey. Thomas Stancil.
Nancy Starr. N. B. Stell. Doris Steph-
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Membership in the Broughton Chapter of the National
Honor Society is restricted to juniors and seniors who
display outstanding qualifications in scholarship. leader-
ship. character. and service. Each year ten per cent of
the senior class and five per cent of the junior class may
ln maintaining its principles and ideals throughout the
year. the society conducted before school and lunch
period study halls and also co-operated with student
organizations in various projects such as the clean-up
campaign and the food for needy-families drive.
The ollicers in the club for the fall semester were:
Bobby Noble. President: David Parker. Vice-President:
,lune Moore. Secretary: Zeno Martin. Treasurer. The
oflicers for the spring semester: Jim Hillman. President:
jenky Jenkins. Vice-President: Katherine Walker. Secre-
tary: Marcus llester. Treasurer.
The advisers are: Mrs. Tora T. Ladu: Mrs. Mary M.
W HONOR OCIETY .-
The members are: Seniors: .lane Agsten. Helen Aren-
dell. Harry Broome. Eleanor Evans. Lois Haigh. Marcus
Hester. Jim Hillman. Joanne Hudson. Sarah Hunter.
,lenky Jenkins. Carolyn Faye Jones. Zeno Martin. Chuck
Miller. ,lune Moore. Bobby Noble. Joanna Overing.
Tommy Overman. David Parker. Susan Peeler, ,lean
Shirley. Mary Ruth Starling. Lu Ruth Sutton. Claire
Tolar. Katherine Walker. Rachel Watkins. June Watson,
Chris Vlfoodbury. and Bob Yarbrough. Juniors: Faye
Branham. Neil Caplan. Bobby Foxworth, Pickett Murray,
Ferg Norton. Becky Patrick. Jimmy Rouse. and Beverly
The Spring members are: Seniors: Fabian Broadway,
Ceorgianne Leggett. and ,lack Mayo. Juniors: Wanda
Astin. Carolyn Coggin. Billy Dunlap. Julia Ann Gardner.
Bruce Hoadley. Mary Manning. Kit McLeod. Ginny Phil-
lips. Bruce Raynor. Ginny Simms. and Sylvia Snell.
Lcft lo righl. first row: Murray. Sutton. Watson. Tolar. Hillman, Overtnan. Norton. Woodbury. Hester, Jenkins, Hunter, Brannan. Second
row: .lone-s, Watkins, Wicker, Patrick, Walker, Shirley. Miller. Rouse. Caplan, Overing. Peeler. Third row: Yarbrough, Foxworth.
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First row: Helen Arendell. Bobby Asher. Harry Broome. Eddie Collins. Tony Dean. Sewnnrl rnztf: Jerry Ellisbcrg. Leon-
ard Graham. Monty Hicks. JoAnne Hudson. Sarah Hunter. Tlzird row: Donna Irving. Jvnky Jenkins. Lucia Jones. Jack
Mayo. Dottie McEwen. Fourth row: Chuck Miller. Cathay Morse. Bobby Noble. Tommy Ove-rinan. Gene Peacock.
Fifth row: ,lack Pindell. llc-nny Ridout. June Watson. Sarah Wray. Racln-l Watkins, Ralph Cummings.
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The Service Club was organized by the Student
Council, its purpose, to give recognition to those
individuals who have rendered outstanding service
to the school and who have not been recognized for
that service. All candidates are nominated by the
student body or faculty. Each nominee is given
careful consideration, when he receives the unani-
mous vote of the club, he is inducted into the Serv-
Two induction assemblies are held each year.
The first is held in the fall when only seniors are
inducted. Another assembly is held in the spring,
and the club is open to juniors, seniors and two
teachers. Each member at that time has a part of
the assembly for which he is responsible. As the
new memberis name is revealed in glittering let-
ters, he goes upon the stage where a summary of
his service is read before his proud parents and
the entire student body.
SPRING MEMBERS: David Parker. ,lane Hedrick. Mary
Louise Lineberger. Betty Poole. Ann Dearsley. Joe Poole.
Jane Agsten, Johnny Goodman. Bobby Austin. Peggy
Staton. Nancy Ball, Julia Ann Gardner, Lee Rainey.
Pickett Murray, Geniveve Phillips. Sylvia Snell. Ferg
Norton, Jane Hayes.
FACULTY-: Mr. Finch, Mr. Briley. Mrs. Price. Mrs.
Sharpe, Miss Paschal, Mr. Maltbie. Mr. Barnes.
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Grey Poole. iif'l1ll3' Hirleont. Speck liIIIlI-rwootl. ,lack Wilson.
BOBBY Asnicn ..... ......l,............ ........... P I -evident
JENKY JENKINS ..... ..... P "ice-Presiflenl
TOMMY UYERMAN ............. Secretary
TONIMIE LI'I'TI,I: ...................................... TI-ea.sIu-er
JIMMY KENNEDY. BILL WILSON and FREIIIIIE JOHN-
SON .........,........ - ......,...,......... Board of Direr'tor.s
The Neerlhain Broughton Chapter of Key Clulm
International was organized six years ago under
the clirection of the Raleigh Kiwanis Clnh. The
nIeIIIhership consists of hoys wlIo exemplify tlIe
vlulfs six ohjectives.
They are as follows: to develop iniative and
leaclershipg to provide experience ill liVillg and
working togetherg to serve tlIe school and com-
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Jenkins. Johnny Johnson, Tonnnie Little. Ferg Norton. Tonnny Overman.
Inunityg to co-operate with tlIe school prineipalg
to prepare for useful citizenshipg to accept and
proIIIote the constitutional objectives of Kiwanis
During 1955-56 tlIe Broughton Key Club has
llllCl61'li:lliCI1 as projects the sale of haskethall pro-
grams, Working hackstage at the Kiwanis Minstrel.
the sale of drinks at hasliethall gaIIIes and the
awarding of trophies to the Outstanding players of
SPRING lVIElVl.BERS: Seniors, Billy Duke, Robert
Singleton. juniors, JiIIIIIIy Graham, Bruce Hoad-
ley, Billy Dunlap. Soplzomores. Bula Peirson,
Firsl row, lolz In riglzl: liolnhy Austin. liill
Wilson. Holn-rt Tyson. Hoflfly Crosby. Monty
llicks, SPFIIIIII row: Fr:-Ilfliv Johnson, Ray
liagwe-ll, Cf-orgc Him-s, Ralph Cumntings.
ln-oIIarcl cifiillillll. Thirrl row: Ranlly Harrell,
Jimmy Ke-nm-fly. liolilmy Braswc-ll.
First row. left to right: Donald Wiggs. Robby Austin. ,lack Pinflcll. Jcnky J:-nkins. ,lack Nlayo. Jimmy K6IlIlt'lly'. Imo-
narcl Graham. Sccoml rozc: Tony l'pchurch. Tony Dean. F11-fl llcacham. Tlzirfl mtv: Nlarcus He-ster. John lhlklflilll-llll.
Ray liagwf-ll.Ha1'ry Broome. Whirley Huxley. Fourth ruzc: lm- Hurt. Harxcy liilllg-lflll. Rmltly firoslwy. Robby Noble.
Bobby Asher. Ernest Price. Fiftli rnir: Ernest fllll-ll'lt'Q. llour ,lohnson. Cr:-5 Pool:-. Rogcl' .l0Ilf'5. llaxicl P8l'lit'I'. Monty
Hicks. ,loc Pooh-. ,lohn Jolmson.
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TONY DEAN ,,,., Vice-P1'e.si1lerit ERNEST RRIIZE .... ,.... S 6'l'g6'lIIZf-Ill-.FI17715
JACK NIAYO .- ...... ...... S ecretarj' JININIY KENNEDY .... ....... C lzaplain
This year because of the consolidation of the high
schools there were three Hi-Y's, the Sophomore.
Junior, and Senior Class Hi-Yis. Like all Hi-Y
clubs the purpose of the Senior Class Club was Hto
create, maintain, and extend throughout the home,
school, and community, high standards of Chris-
tian character,', and to promote Mclean speech,
clean sportsmanship, and clean livingf,
All money made from projects was put into the
scholarship fund. Each year the Senior Class Hi-Y
gives to a boy or boys, depending upon the amount
of money available from the fund, a scholarship
to help defray the boy's college expenses. Money
Inaking projects included: selling of school phone
directories, presenting a Hi-Y show, and giving a
A revival of "Operation Spirit" and maintenance
of the boy's rest rooms were among service proj-
ects of the club this year. On one Sunday in each
month, the members of the club attended church as
SPRING MEMBERS: Billy Duke, Harley
Mudge, Johnny Goodman, Randy Harrell, Robert
Tyson, Tommy Overman, Chris Woodbury.
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Flifml muy fe!! lu rfylil: llill Wil-on. Harold XX ilson. liuuy Russell. Cliarles Suggs. .lohnny Hallentine. Fcrg Norton.
Nlr. layler. Sermzzf mir: Danny Davis. llotlriek llieliardson. liruce Raynor. ,limmy Rouse. Ed Braclsliaw. Dale Dean.
,Iimmy llolton. Tlzirfl ruztx' George Hines. .lack XY ilson. Speak linmlernoofl. llilly Dunlap. john Jivatode. ,linnny Duncan.
Fourth ruztx' liruee lioatlley. Bill Shinn. Vllonimy lil'd4lNll2-IW,
0l"l7lCl'iRS: President. llryant Carnerg Vice-President. Grady Ferrell. Secretary. Reggie Browng Treasurer,
Fretldie .lolmsong Sergeant-at-Arms. Skipper Moore: Chaplain, Bill Hubhardg Advisors. Mr. Finch and Don Cheek.
UTHICR NIETVIBIQHS: Arch Allen. Danny Batchelor. Paul Burroughs. Tommy Butler. ,lim Byrd, Leonard Cape-tanos,
Jerry Cordell. Carey Dowd, David Hedrick. Bobby Hunter. Charles LeFort, Tommy Medlin, Warren Norman. Reggie
Poole, Wallace Price. N. H. St:-ll, Roy Stephenson. Mickey Stout.
NEW lNllflVllil9iHS inducted in Spring included: Billy llraswell. Frank Cella, George Dunlap, Jimmy Durham,
lioh Howell. Roland Nohlin. .lohn Ormond. Huh Pearson, Merle Summers. Dick Tindal, Steve White.
The purpose of the cluh is to create. maintain. and extend throughout the home, school and community, high
standards of Christian character.
Pl,:X'l'FORM: Clean speech. clean sportsmanship. clean scholarship and clean living.
During the 1955-1956 school year the Sophomore Hi-Y sponsored many worthwhile activities. Some of these
were ll? selling Christmas tree tickets for the Optimist Cluhg l2l selling World Almunucsg 131 finishing the doors
in the front of school huildingg L47 watching coats at the school dances.
During the school year l955-'56, the
Hi-Times, the school newspaper, has been
published by the interest journalism
classes. Three teachers, Miss Tayloe,
Miss Coffey, and Miss Paschal have
served as advisors. Over two hundred
students have heen enrolled in this work.
The paper was issued every month.
This year there was not an editor or
husiness manager elected, hut each class
chose students to serve that were to work
on the paper.
Advertising space was sold hy journal-
ism class members. Subscriptions were
secured in the homeroom. Each home-
room elected a person to serve as Hi-
Times representative. This individual
helped with the circulation.
The Hi-Times exchanged papers with
nearly one hundred schools. Almost all
the schools were located in North Caro-
lina, but papers from as far north as
Alaska and as far south as the Panama
Canal Zone came to Broughton.
Edwards and Broughton did the print-
ing of the Hi-Times on regular newsprint.
Stearns Engraving Company made the
zinc plates and halftones. As the school
did not have a photographer this year,
Burnie Batchelor took most of the pic-
Top to Bottom: Collecting adsg Working on lay-outg
Reading finished productg GooHng off.
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Y-Teens. who are niemlrers of the Young Worri-
en's Christian Association. helong to a world-wide
fellowship of women and girls. Opportunities for
fellowship. personal growth. and service to others
are offered each individual girl. ln all of their
varied programs. Y-Teens strive toward their goals
To grow as a person.
To grow in friendship with people of all races,
religions. and nationalities.
To grow in the knowledge and love of God.
Y-Teens participate in manv lreneficial projects
throughout the year. Some of the community
projects are dressing dolls for the Lion's Club,
helping needy families at Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas. giving parties for underprivileged children,
and making tray favors for hospitals. Also, we try
to he of service to the Y. W. C. A. and the school.
The Fall Formal, the Bermuda Ball, and Christmas
earoling are annual Y-Teen social events. Camps,
leadership conferences, and workshops help to
round out the Y-Teen activities.
New friends, new experiences, and new oppor-
tunities are the rewards of a T-Teen membership.
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Future Homemalcers of America
Some of the purposes of the Future l-lomemakers are
to promote the joys and satisfactions of honremaking and
to work for a good home and family life for all.
Activities planned lor the coming year are partici-
pation in several county and district rallies. One of the
rallies will he held at Broughton, which is the home
school of the county President Barbara Randolph.
Fall plans include an installation of ofhcers, a chap-
ter picnic, and a get-acquainted program.
To he eligible a girl must take home economics or
have had it.
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The Future Teachers of America is an organization of students who desire to enter the fit-lrl of Ieaeliing. Its
ll! To acquaint young people with the inspiring story of the schools:
421 To encourage young people to cultivate in tlie-inselves the quality of personality and 1'llLlI'2lt'll'l' whivh are
foundations of successful teachingg
131 To provide young people with specifie information ahout opportunities in the xarious lie-lrls ol etlueation.
During the year. the club has several speakers who talke-il on the fliflf-rent asp:-4-ts of teas-liing. The int-inlms-rs took
a very informative trip to Meredith College and were eonduetf-rl around the campus. The F. T. A. also had various
service projects, such as collecting Clothes and food for a nf-f-ily family. Many of the memln-rs wt-nl In the Stat:-
eonvention held in Raleigh during the fall. which proved to he vm-ry prolilahle for liroughton's new ehapter.
First row, left to right: Carolyn Jones, Fabian Broadway, Faye Branham, Mary Bourne. Lydia Spivey. Lois Haigh.
Caille Rouse, Lumerle Mattox, Harriet Ligon, Betty Lou Franklin. Bellamy Hamilton. Linda Ely. Serum! row: Sue
Drake, Betty Lou Moore, Pickett Murray, Terry Pitts. George Pruden. Henery Hester, Kit McLeod. Linda Basliford,
Patty Rielly, lane Agsten, Betsey Anne Lamb. Third row: Mary Peterson, Cornelia Burch, Carol Carson. Dorothy
Horton, Pat Watson, Madeline Kleiman. Fourth row: Fred Fonville. Louise Jones. Wanda Astin. Dot Hill. Jane
Cochran. Carl Reichenhack, Houston Smith. Ronnie Ellis. Colon Rowe. Bob Yarbrough, Lee Rainey. .lane Hayes.
Lou Chapman, Karen Hopkins, Linda Ray, Pat Powell.
Mizpah Devotional Group
The Mizpah Devotional Group met at 8:20 every morning in Dr. Howard Powell and others. The officers are as follows:
the auditorium. On Mondays they had a song service. Tuesday, President, Lois Haighg Vice-President, Carl Reichenbackg Song-
Wednesday and Fridays a member of the group gave a short Leaderg Betty Lou Frankling Welcoming Committee, Colon
devotional. On Thursdays they have a speaker. Among the Roweg Secretary-Treasurer, Lee Rainey.
speakers were: the Rev. Edward Agsten, Dr. John W. Kincheloe,
The Broughton Little Theater is open to all students interested in Dra-
matic Arts. In this organization each member has an opportunity to study
and participate in all phases of the theater including production, lighting,
make-up. costuming. and directing as well as acting.
During the year the Little Theater has presented three plays. The major
production was "Our Town" hy Thornton Wilclei' which was given on
Immediately after that the group set to work on a one-act play hy Carolyn
Sumner of Brevard. N. C.. "An Angel Came VVall4ing." This was presented
to the P.T.A. on January 16.
"The Eternal Bridei' was the play chosen hy the group to he given at
the Eastern Carolina Drama Festival held in Goldsboro on March 24.
With the consolidation of Broughton. Morson, and Methodist Orphanage,
the Little Theater has welcomed many new memhers. Much progress was
made this year, and the organization is anticipating a more successful and
rewarding season next year.
'llhv Golden M3SKIUf"fS is an honor soviorv recognizing tlios- sturlvnts who f-xce-l in tlif- rlrvmativ arts. lVla-lnlwrs. lv!! tn
righl: Mary Hunnicutt. Louise LvlVlay. Carolyn Albright. J mlm Vernon. .lolinny Holt. llarlmara Haxlvy. Sylvania Snr-ll.
Eclclif- Collins, Sally Langford. Lowell Spivvy. and llaviwl Jolinslon.
Dramatic students preparing for the play Our Town.
Speech Club ancl NFL
Tho purpo-v ol' tht- National lfoiw-ii-iv I.:-aguv ia to promoti-
Npw-wli avlixititw ol' all kintlf among .XlIlt'l'll'11-N youth.
lluring llliN whool yt-ar ol l933'l95o. tht- iiftlllglllllll lilliilllvl'
ul' tht- Nlfl. ha- partit-ipatz-tl in lllllllj' avtixitiva.
Un Uvtolwi' 2U-21. 1935, llrouglitou playful llusl lu Llllitlll T0
Nturle-iilx lrom liowlnoro. Xxlllrilhll-SL1lPlIi. lltirliam. anti tliw-iixillv in
ai pI'a1-tinv lUlll'llLilll4'Ill. Thx' Ntuth-ntx took part in group tliwilwion
lllllbftlllllllll anal vxtn-nlpo1'al1e-ou- apt-vvlic-5. Il1't'pill't'tl orutory. pot-trx
iw-ailing. ratlio rwafliiig. anrl tltvlalliatioii.
NlLlI'QlLll4t'I Walks-r. Nlarvizt llotltl. Carolyn lloxw. zlntl tiarolyii
liou-'in 1-ills-iw-tl tht- "I Sit-ak for llviiim'I'am'x" vonln--t. 'l'liv---
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ap:-wlit-N voiixiata-tl of a 3 minute- vxpiw-asioii ol tht-ii' In-ixoilzll
ll-4-linga toxxaml tlvnio1'1'am'y aiitl its Illlhlllliilgl.
Un lit-4-1-iiilwi' -5. 19411. Larolyii Loggin. L. X. l.4'lllL. l,oxwll
Spin-y. Nancy Compton. and others att:-mls-tl a practico Congress
at llurliiigton. N. C. Tlie-y mlisc-ussf-ul sur-li hills as "Bott:-r Pay
for Ile-tt:-r Teac'l1ers." "World Fe-th-ral Gow-riilm-lit." anrl "Capital
l'unialiinr-nt." On De-cenihc-r 29-30. 1955. some- of the stuclvnts
attt-mlm-tl anothm-r Congrws similar to this ont' in Kinston. N. C.
Late-r on in thv ye-ar. svn-ral stiitlt-nts participatvcl in the-
Uptiiniffa Clulv spvaking i'0I1ll'Sl. Tllvy att:-mls-cl a Stuflont
tfoiigrt-as in Fvhruary anrl participatml in a rlistrict tournament.
as tlifl f-tutlr-nts from oth:-r North aml South Carolina schools.
Xt this limo thc' trophivs wt-ro pre-sf-nt:-tl. The- students late-r
pu1'lit'ipatvrl in a sp:-akiiig contvst sponsort-tl hy the Patriotic
llrtlt-1' Sons of Ame-rica.
This is a hrivf l'l'SlllHl-' of tht- NFL avtivilivs. NFL invnllwrs
han- c-njoyc-tl their yt-ar's work and ff-4-l that the-y have increased
in ape-aking ahility. Mrs. Milmlrccl johnson is advisor,
' HIH tII,l li. Lvti In rfglzr: Nami liompton. Carolyn Row-. Sun- llralu-. Nlargare-t Walker. David Parker. Carolyn Coggin. Thomas
t iilnriglit. Nt-il lfzipluii. lfllllllx tj.-lla.
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U' Ulf f 1. - Mrs. Melton. Jackie- Bualy. Linda Bichert. Bt-tty .lf-an Jones. lusthf-r Matin-ws. Pal llonsvr.
js' :ff ' Arch T. Allen. Jr.. Linela Farlow. Johanna Johnson. Sut- Kish-y. Vic-kiv Martin. Pic-kt-tt
'T uf! ID -" Murray. Patti lr:-lanrl. Eloise- Brooks. .lf-an lninan. Barbara llowartl. Louise Davis.
Q4 'Tlie put-pose of the Library Club is
to advance Library usage in the school
and to bring the library closer to the
Wihen the club was organized for
the 1955-1956 year with the aid of
Mrs. Melton, advisor, the following
officers were elected: Mary Catherine
Edmonds, President, Louise Jones,
Vice-President, Barbara Brewer, Sec-
retary, and Mary Mac Davis, Treas-
urer. With this election, the club
began another year of service to the
school. The fifty-four members went
to work getting the library ready for
the opening of school.
On November 10 the club was host
to the North Central District of Library
Clubs. Three members of our Club,
Cloria Byrd, Judy Bullard, and Mary
Catherine Edmonds, were officers of
the district. This meeting was very
successful as the Club received many
compliments from state oflicials. Again
we were honored by having Judy Ray
and Johanna Johnson elected to dis-
trict oflice for next year.
Two meetings were held each month
with programs designed to aid the
school. A social was held during the
year. The Club is planning to attend
the state meeting which is to he in
Judy Ray. Mary Catherine Edmonds. Cloria B. Harper. Barbara McClamrock. Faye
Creech. Louise Jones. Mary Mac Davis. Carolyn Bay. Pat Powell. Waverly Adkins.
Eleanor Quick. Judy Bullard. Carolyn Spence. Barbara Brewer. Fay Clifton. Janet Caudle.
Rose Marie Richardson. Cwyn McClamrock. julia Brown, Betty Powell. Nancy Starr.
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BOYS CHORUS: Charles Amick,
Thomas Carrol, John Fleming,
Jimmy Graham, George Hines,
Billy Lassiter, Sam Williams,
Danny Batchelor, Reggie Brown,
Randy Etheridge. Jerry Fitts,
Jolm Hill, Bobby Hunter, Reggy
Poole, Jimmy Smith, Jesse Ennis,
GIRLS CHORUS: Kitty Ander-
son, Linda Barbour. Barbara Bax-
ley. Mary Benton. Pat Brafford,
Ann Bryant, Boots Cannon, Mary
Mae Fowler, Molly Hare. Nancy
Hutchins. Barbara Jones. Ann Joy-
ner. Emma Lemmons. Lilia Mid-
yette, Gloria Moros. Judy Ray,
Barbara Reeves. Gail Smith, Ed-
wina Snakenburg. Ruth Strickland.
,Janet Upchurch, Sandra Williams,
Carol Wood, Mary Barnes, Ann
Clark. Delous Ann Denning, Mary
Ellen Huimycutt, Joyce Johnson,
Dot Jones, Margaret King, Clara
McCauley. Dare Powell, Nancy
Swieegood. Sandra Wall, Ruth
Beasley. Judith Ann Bullard,
Linda Davis. Georgia Dubree, Re-
becca Gaskin. Doris Stephenson,
Joy Tutor, Diane Cates, Catherine
Davis, Jenny Davis, Barbara Fow-
ler, Clara Fowler. Lou Harris,
Judy Hicks. lda Johnson, Jean
Keyed. Pat McDaniel, Nancy
Mel,awhorn. Henri Fisher. Becky
Fuquay, Barbara Ann Gilbert,
Janice Hamilton, Linda Hardy,
Sally Hayes, Peggy Moore, Caro-
lyn Norman. Betsy Pierce, Becky
Oglesby. Joanne Rhodes, Linda
W'hitworth. Emma Jean Brundley,
Jean C. Williams. Jo-Anne Crech,
Phyllis Davis, Louise Gay, Betsy
King, Margaret Lauren, Glenda
Masengill, Pat Raffield, Margaret
Wells, Lois Bridges, Lela Hodges,
Mary Frances Jenkins, Romona
Orta. Marie Thompson, Diane
MIXED CHORUS: Mary Nell
Atkins. Margaret Blackley, May
Blaekley. Pat Boettner, Joyce
Brooks, Ann Campbell. Linda
Fareow, Linda Faucett. Beth
Headon. Ann Hocutt, Saundra
Homer. Mary Lily Johnson, Alice
Jones, Carol Jones, Saundra
Mc-I,f-an. Betty Lou Moore, Nancy
Kantz, Betty Maynard, Sylvia
Norton, Genney Phillips, Latrelle
Reynolds. Pat Rabue, Eleanor
Stark, Amy Warner, Mary Jo
Parker. Faye Bordeaux, Ann
Caudle, Sylvia Farmer, Karen
Hopkins. Carlyle Adams, Reggie
Farmer. Lewis Barthelomew,
Bobby Braswell, Jimmy Duncan,
Dennis Rouse, Johnny Wood,
Elvin Wynne, Marilee Martin,
Jean Godwin, Stuart Buchanen,
Margie Brooks, Betsy Clements,
l,ou Davis, Patsy Deaton, Nancy
Dennis, Judy Fisher, June Gar-
rick, Clara Green. Carolyn Hodge,
Gail Hollowell, Barbara Johnson,
Martha Marcom, Joyce Ann
Norton. Ann Pearce, Joanne Ras-
bury, Ann Southern, Susan Ste-
phenson, Mary Walker, Beverly
Watts, Jane Woodard, Pat Cavi-
ness, Dot Johnson, Kit McLeod,
Judy Phillips, Gwendolyn Beas-
ley, Jo Burke, Elaine Hill, Bar-
bara Hodge, Jayn Jordan. Martha
Kelly, Mary Kelly, Margaret
Kimball, Goldie Penny, Carolyn
Perry, Ginny Sears, Margaret
Walker, Jimmy Barnes, Jimmy
Garrett, David Gullette, Landis
Ferrell, Dan Partin, Harry Pitt-
man, Bobby Wilkerson, John
Winkler, Danny Davis, Dale
Dean, George Hicks, Sam Riley,
Jimmy Stephenson, Jllfle Watson-
Not Pictured, June Kidd.
Sue Sandlin, Shelby Seymour, Martha Stephenson, Rachel Watkins. Vicky Rothrock, Joyce Stephens. Jackie Culler, Myrtle Goodwin,
.lean Shirley, Andrea Pittman, Ted Bales, Thomas Rose, Lynn Stinson, Truman King, Charles Clements, Dan Jones, Charles Riddle,
Dan Edge, James Hagwood.
The Needham Broughton Vocal Ensemble, con- The group is strictly a formal group and has
sisting of twenty voices, is the most advanced group made a great many performances as such this year.
of the vocal music department. This year, in its It has received a superior rating at state contests
fifth year, the group has met five days a week and each year since its organization. The Ensemble is
for the first time full, credits have been given for under the direction of Mrs. Ollen McLeod.
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Left to right: Rosie Hayes. Judy Bledsoe, Mar--
Sara Gault. Elna Rawls, Phyllis Langston.
Rom1n'1xX. BARNES, Director .JAMES R. Decxl-:R, Assistant Director
A brassy fanfare and a roll of drums brings the famed Marching Hundred onto the field for another one of its spectacular halftime shows. This
vr-ar's Marc-hing Hundred performed at games and parades in Raleigh and out of town. More than sixty original formations were put on for the
Raleigh fans. FLUTE. PJCCOLO: Ann Cromartieii Kay Fletcher. Jerry Price. Bb CLARINET: Nancy Wasonri, Dick Nance. Pat Goodwin, James
ieovil. Ann Sch:-nck, Marr-ia Dodd. Bud Tripp, Howard Ellisdi, Bill Bradley. Jimmy Futrell. Jerry Patrick. Mike Wise. Bill Grady, Robert Groom,
Buddy Jones, Fred Eason. Betsy Kesler. Rex Rouse? Danny Smith. Ray Winton. Marilyn Maki, Carol Ann Canaday. Betsy Anne Lambe, Macon Rich-
artlson. Lydia Spivey. Ann Smiley. SAXOPHONE: Frank Reich. John Reitzel. Tucky Law. Marilyn Rogers, CORNET: Gene Hughesgi, Colon Rowe,
Aubrey Meade. Jeanne Smith. Billy Jones. Wendell Denton, Randle Carpenter. James Bradshawgii. Edward Mitchell, Douglas Anderson, Kenneth
1.auder'i'. Chip Mayt. Winston Shearoni, Billy Jordan, Wilbert Smithiii, Nelson Tunstallt. Wayne Brooks. Gwen McClamrock, James Hagwood, David
Waddell, Gary Tedder. Raymond James, David Pearce. Tommy Durham. FRENCH HORN: Al Johnsonm, Joe Johnson, Susan Beatty, Mike Simpson,
TROMBONE: Robert Foxworthat. Roger Williams, Teddy Hoffmanni, Wallace Price. David Ball, Billy Browne, James Collins'l', Carl Reichenbachi,
BARITONE: Harvey Moose-Wt. Edwin Moorei, Ed Maness, Joe Baker. SOUSAPHONE: Henry Hestergi, Bill Andersoni, John Gary Lewis, Robert
Ting:-n, Larry Curtis. James Davis. Billy Jordan, PERCUSSION: Steven Cleinentsfii, Phil Hinnantl, Richard Jones, Mickey Brock, James Coates, John
Ht-nsont. BELL LYRA: Bellamy Hamilton, MAJORETTE: Phyllis Langston. Judy Bledsoe, Elna Rawls. June Watson, Sara Gault, Carolyn Meredith,
Rosemary Hayes, Martha Hardy, HEAD DRUM MAJOR: Robert Yarbroughzli, BANNER: George Pruden, ANNOUNCER: David Parker.
Y Officer of the Marching Hundred.
T Member of Circus Band.
tha Hardy, Carolyn Meredith. June Watson,
The Symphonic Band
ROBERT R. BARNES, Conductor
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The highest honor that can come to bandsman at
Broughton is to become a member of the line Sym-
phonic Band. This group is carefully selected through
audition to insure the best musicianship and a perfect
Betty Jane Gardner
Julia Ann Gardner
Betsy Ann Lambe
Carol Ann Canaday
ii Has received the musicianship award.
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balance in instrumentation. The Symphonic Band has
a full concert schedule beginning in September, play-
ing both daytime and evening
concerts in Raleigh
and in other towns and cities.
John Gary Lewis
MARIMBA, BELLS, CHIMES
CONCERT COMM ENTATOR
The Varsity Band
,lAN1l-.S R. IJLLCKER. Conductor
The yarsity band is comprised of both students who are preparing
themselves for the symphonic band and those who choose to remain
in the varsity band. Many of the members of this band are also
members ofthe Nlarehing Hundred. The Varsity band plays a Con-
cert for the student body each year and at times may enter the district
band contest. Some of it's members also participate in the State solo
and ensemble contests which are held each year at Duke University.
'llommy Durham Horn
David Pierce Susan Beautty
Tronzbones Edward Maness
.lack Pindell Basses
Roger Williams Cary Giles
Wallace Price Larry Curtis
Chappie Ragland Drums
First raw, left to right: JoAnne Hudson. Billy Dunlap, Ginny Simms, Lou Chapman, Speck Underwood. Second
rout Patsy Horton. Gail Strickland. Willa Kay Wiltler, Sylvia Farmer, Susan Davis. Third row: Glenda Edge. Nancy
Hutchins, Carolyn Young. Rachel Gulley, Helen Arendall. Fourth row: Peggy Simmons, Grey Poole. Whirley Box-
I.-y, Wade Smith. Lust: Marie McGee.
In 1950 Mrs. Phyllis Peacoclfs creative writing
class conceived the idea of starting a magazine
Within the school to encourage literary endeavor.
The magazine would he a student puhlicationgthe
literary submissions and the technical details of
publication to he in students' hands.
This year the literary magazine, "Winged
Wo1'ds," was edited for the sixth year. Headed hy
Sarah Hunter and Jean Shirley, as co-editors, with
David Townes as husiness manager, a record num-
her of staff members tried to popularize the idea
of a literary magazine. As each paper was suh-
mitted, the entire staff heard it read anonymously,
and criticized it on salient points. Writing editor
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Susan Peeler wrote notes to all suhmitting, giving
the criticism expressed hy the staff and suggestions
for future writing.
After the hnal selections were made hy a special
committee, the editorial staff took over. Typing
editor Dot Horton prepared the dummy copy, which
was sent to the proofreading editor, lietty Poole.
The magazine took form in the hands of the layout
editor, Lou Chapman, in consultation with Nancy
Ball, art editor. Pat Watson, corresponding sec-
retary, wrote other schools in the state concerning
their literary puhlications. The issue was puhlished
in early March, the campaign headed hy puhlicity
editors Carolyn Coggin and lioh Wol le.
Left to right, Sf'IIf6l1.' Ann Ellis. Palsy Eakcs. Carolyn Stevcns. St11111l1'ng.' Jennie lfonly. Diana llrinkard, Anna Q
Dughi. Billy Stevens. Freddie Jones. Lynda Johnson. Judy Ph:-lpes. Barhara Holt.
The Diversified Occupations Program is open to
any student 16 years old or in the llth and 12th
grades. The Program is designed to teach and
train a student in a special occupation hy studying
the theory in school and Working at the actual job
in the afternoons under a skilled person in that
A student registering for Diversified Occupations
will he required to meet the same requirements
for graduation as other students. Diversified Occu-
pations only uses the student's electives and counts
as three units in D.O. l gl 2 tYearJ, and two in
D.O. 3 81 41 fYearl. Students will take two other
subjects to round out a full program. A student
will not he ahle to participate in physical education
or the interest areas while in Diversified Occupa-
The schedule will be arranged so the student
will have four periods in school and will he dis-
missed in time to get to the joh about one-thirty.
While the course is designed primarily for stu-
dents who are not planning to attend college, it
does not mean a student cannot go to college after
taking Diversified Occupations. All students regis-
tering for Diversified Occupations must have per-
mission from the teacher and the Dean of Boys.
Irvin Hasty ........
Elton Davis ........
Titus Jackson .,..,.....
Kenneth Callahan ........
Kenneth Stallings ....
Tony Upchurch .......
.James Hoy .....
Kirk Newton ...,.. ..
L. B. Catlett .,....
Jimmy Anderson .....
Norman Crumpler ......
Donald Vlfiggs ....,..
Dudley Bridges ..,..
Alton Melton ....,...
Henry Bryant .........
W31'1'8ll Gibson ....,..
James Helton ...,.
James Barton .,..,,. .
John Fry ....,.. .
Tony Dean ..... ..
Bruce Hayes ........ -
Ed Woodlief ........ .
Gene Buffaloe ...... .
Roger Jones .......
Arthur Holder .....
Ofhce Machine Repair
.Electric Motor Repair
Electric Motor Repair
.....,..Electric Motor Repair
ln Novemher Editor-in-Chief Tommy
Overman and Business Manager Bohhy
Austin were elected to head the 1956
LATIPAC Stall. The supporting staff ap-
pointed were: ,lack Mayo and Georgie
Anna Leggett. Senior Editors, Ellen
Pemherton and Rachel Watliiiis, Junior
Editorsg Sarah Wl'2ty and Ann Anderson,
Sophomore Editorsg Sarah Hunter, Fac-
ulty, Peggy Simmons and Peggy Staton,
Features, ,lenky Jenkins and Mary
Louise Lineherger, Organization, Becky
Stearns and Rosie Hayes, Jokes, ,lim
Hillman and Leonard Graham and ,lo
Ann Hudson. Layout.
Individual senior pictures were taken
hy Smith Studio and the underclass pic-
tures hy Delmar Studios of Charlotte.
Burnie Batchelor took the group pictures.
The Senior Class voted to dedicate
the 1956 LATIPAC to Mr. Farmer Smith.
June Watson wrote the dedication.
The Journalism Class voted to have
the LATIPAC hrown and hlack trimmed in
white. Raleigh merchants were solicited
for ads hy the Senior Journalism stu-
The LATIPM' staff owes great gratitude
to Miss Laura Helen Paschal, Advisor.
Left to right, Bohhy Austin, Tommy Overman.
Left to right, Sarah Wray, Ellen Pcmhcrton, Sarah
Hunter, Ann Anderson.
Left to right, Georgie Anna Leggett. Peggy Simmons,
Becky Stearns, Rachel Watkins.
Left to right, Tommy Stone, Mary Louise Line-
herger, ,It-nky Jenkins. JoAnne Hudson, Leonard
Graham, Jim Hillman.
First row, left to right: Polly Starhuck, Margie Reid,
Lois Ellen Rogers, Martha Ann Simon, Linda Sher-
ard. Seroml row: Helen Sutton. Sara Gault, Edna
Rawls, Carolyn Stevens, Carol Crumpler. Third row:
Carol Carson, L. V. Baker. Roger Rattield. Fourth
row: Georgia Duhree, Anna Lane Crittenden, Har-
riet Habel. Fifth row: John Minter, Jimmy Pearce,
Front row. lvl! ta riglzl: Jul-kiv liaynor. Sara llanlt. .Nnn SIN'Lll'4, Elna Haxsls. Xlr-. Sanilling. Nlrs, lm-vii. lim-f. Illll.' Nlary l,oni-v
l,inc-lwrgm-r. Carole Harwoml, .Nnn llarwy, ll:-ck:-y lvl.-ssl-r. "llorni1-0 lilll'l'll..l0l1Il Jormlan. lie-ily Suv. Snr- lN'litf-ln-ll. lnn llallv-x. f.1n'olxn
Knight. Ann Hom-ycuttv. Colvtte- Nlaxwvll, ja
ne- He-flrivk. .-Xnn li:-ani. Claire- llllllilf. l,n lilllll Sutton anil l,ix Nloorw.
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Front row, left to right.: Pat Watkins. Sandra Willialns. Lois Haight, Joanna klYt'I'flIlg.. Mrs. Slt'Vf'll!40ll. Mary llutli
Helen Arenclell, Catherine WHlkPl'. Catherine Fontaine, Becky Fuquay. Harriet Ligon. .loanna Owringl. l.a lylvrlea M
,loy Parker, Helen Sutton. Francis Roland. Carolyn Murray.
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lm!! lo riglzti Xf'11f6ll,' Marilyn Ou-rliy. Mary ,lone-s. Patricia Wilder, Shelby Mills. ,Iune Carter. Tootie Williams. Standing, left to right:
Nliss Wylnan. Peggy Kenrlell. Toniniy O'Hrianl, liohhy Champion. James Hagwoocl. liohhy Akin. Edwin Stainhack, Jerry Trulow, Sally
liolminson. Millie Fowler.
The eo-operative program in Distrihutive Edu-
cation instructs lmoys and girls for work in distrih-
utive om-upations. wholesale, retail, and services.
This vocational high school course 1-ornhines part-
time work experience with theory in classroom
instrue-lion. Upon graduation a student will he a
well qualified employee in the held of distrilmution
or fjualifiecl for further husiness training in college.
Part of distrilmutive education is on the joh training
hut it is not limited to this function alone. Through
the close association ol' school instruction and
training and hy careful supervision hy our D.E.
vo-orrliuator, Miss ,loan Vlfymau, every effort is
made to discover and to develope a studentis per-
sonal qualities in such a way that his employer and
himself will benefit from this course.
Students who qualify to participate in D.E.
classes must he 16 years of age or over, a junior
or senior. If you are a junior taking D.E. you will
earn two credits and have only o11e period of D.E.
a day. A senior gets three credits but they have
D.E. two periods a day if they did not participate
in the course in their junior year.
Miss ,loan Wyman is the Distrihutive Education
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Girls' Athletic Association
With Coach Walker as advisor, the
combined Morson and Broughton
Monogram Club started the 1955-56
year by electing as president, Roddy
Crosby, vice-president, Grey Poole:
secretary, John Johnson, Treasurer,
Monty Hicks, and sergeant-at-arms,
Using Happy Thanksgiving as the
theme of this year's annual dance, the
club successfully started its activities
for the year.
Next in line was the helping of
needy families at Christmas. By col-
lecting money in the lunch room and
having the students donate canned
food, plus the funds from the dance,
the club successfully helped fifty
families have a merrier Christmas.
Also the club ushered at the football
and basketball games. At these games
the club assisted in maintaining good
As in past years, the club elected the
outstanding senior athlete to be recog-
nized and awarded in the monogram
Cloclrzdse from ccntertop: Sue Mathews. Nancy Starr. Ameria Martin. Beth
Richardson. Gail Smith. Lib Carroll. Betty Sue Johnson. Hilda Roberts. Nancy
Alford. Carolyn Murray. Fabian Broadway. Sandra Williams. Joyce Johnson. Linda
Sberard. Mary Manning, Linda Sainlcrlord. Lorraine Tarlion, Peggy Boone. Faye
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First row, left to right: Ferg Norton, Randy Harrell, Tommie Little, George Hines, Bobby Burch. Bobby Liles. Johnny Holt. Roddy
Crosby, Jon Mackey, Billy Duke. Second row: Jerry Ellisberg, Tommy Overman, Chuck Miller, Jerry Cordell. Jimmy Rouse, Bill Wilson.
Billy Dunlap, Bobby Asher, Norman Crumpler, Wendell Denton. Third row: Tommy Stone, Billy Hubbard. Bryant Garner, Gordon Welsh.
Jimmy Barnes, Edward Singleton, Bobby Foxworth, Jimmy York, Ernest Price, Jimmy Kennedy, Whirley Boxley. Hugh Deans, Gary Ted-
der, Jerry Napier. Fourth row: Speck Underwood, Joe Hurt, Monty Hicks, Robert Tyson. Meryl Summers. Fifth row: Lynn Stinson. Tal-
madge Brown, Reggie Brown, John Johnson, Benny Ridout, Fred Olive, Wade Caulberg. Mickey Caviness. Johnny Goodman. Freddie
Johnson, Ben Eaton. Sixth row: Clyde Walker, Advisor, Bill Shinn, Bill Anderson, Phil Collins, Grey Poole, Everett Norton. Jim Martin,
Bruce Hoadley. Seventh row: Leonard Graham, Harry Broome.
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reeognized maint- ol Xorth 'at lina' top prep s ool teams this
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A Vlilll' laps ent 1'-d their stlkvsslll Rfk-ason w tlcan inipresixe 6-6
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tie with -LlXtbl'l'1lAfqtN'lxf . - ope A g game the ilayet
to - J-tl tie wjith ills' drip '1 -1 bn e ti ialyil 'ons. ln he ee the
lwgl lies wert .tm w1l'1sa lx w lefetfts. 1
il'l1eysl1tlQg'lsv-ahoii tlillltlat illll El, wasl' s ig and s e-
timtl I1ril'1,m1 tlelcus xt- ph . 4 lost t e yearttlx tglhps were ont-
weiglietl '1 the lihe int . - ted tt Evan- more Sillmdlltl speed.
l'vJol1n115 . iinson. YM de fiLlLFKW'l'Q.. lloddiext' I slit. and Ernest
iu'l'1' lkjxstvtttlie. 1 elvltsii players l-01' Ilitf Clips. Nlally' Op-
posing tlllt 1' el aeksfl 1 l rememl er these boys with their slashing
play. .ltd-5111111 ahlpngfwitli hilline defensive play receiyed All Ftate
honors JI all .astwrn at fplaxed in the Shrine Howl. Johnson
also iliyesl inltie liast-X ' at game. Grey Poole and Wade Caulberg
were, -hosen o 'some liastern teams. ,lohnson was probably
tits best pn ill tl1 ,lhtlll-4'l't'l1t't' for many times he was kicking
t1yt'l'fbll y Ty s. I
Doing big job in the line all season were Monty Hicks. Steve
XY hite., m .1a'fQ1,L. and Fred Olive among the linemen. Outstand-
inx in tlefeiisetliri the bat-klield were Robert Tyson. lferg Norton.
Yiliirley lioxlpt. and Handy Harrell.
The oficlistf was led in the latter part of the season by quarter-
back 'lllllllllllt' l.ittle who started the season as a second-stringer.
The scoring punch came with passes from l.ittle to ends Johnson
a11d Grey Poole. The backs also played a leading role in the
scoring with Hobby Jksllell .lack Wilson. Randy Harrell. Lynn
Stinson. Jimmy Grahain. and Norman Crumpler all taking turns
carrying the ball.
While the hulk of this year's starting teant was composed of
seniors. Walker used reserves freely tlirougliont tlte eyar. Near
the end some of the juniors and sophoinores were beginning to
play prominent roles.
Coach Walker was assisted by Sain Arhes. who acted as backfield
coach. and ,lunk ls-ery. line coach. llill Despres was of valuable
assistance as tht- trainer. Benny Hidout. .Iohnny Goodman. 'l'onnny
flXt'l'lIlill1 and llohby liurch were the managers.
H4Xl.Elfllf 0--tlRlfEN5li0R0 0
Raleigh started oft their '35-'56 foothall year by battling Greens-
lioro. the defending Slate champion. to a scoreless deadlock at
Greensboro. lt was the first game under lloach W'alker. Rugged
defensive play was outstanding throughout the entire game. ln
the hackfield Bobby Asher and ,lack Wilson turned in outstanding
gains with Asher returning a kickoff 41 yards before he was tackled
from behind. ,lack Wilson went on a keep play for 18 yards for a
touchdown but this was called back because the Caps were off-
sides. Turning in outstanding performances in the line were Roddie
Crosby. Red Martin. Wade Caulherg. Phil Collins. Johnson. Wil-
son and Harrell. The first half was a dull struggle but a fumble
and a blocked kick set up excellent scoring opportunities for each
club. ln the final play with Greensboro on the 7 yard line Roddie
tirosby broke through to kill the last and only scoring chance for
RALEIGH 6-DURHAM 13
The llulldogs led by big johnson Ross defeated the Caps in
Riddick Stadium for their first loss. Raleigh opened things up
with a 19 yard pass from Tommie Little to johnny johnson. John-
son played an outstanding game on offense and defense. The first
and second Durham touchdowns were set up by a pass interception
a11d a fumble on the Gaps' 16 yard line. These two touchdowns
put Durham out in front 13-6 and they added the final one at the
hrst of the second half. The play in the second half was dominated
by Ralei h. ln the Final quarter Jack Wilson passed from the 47
to Grey Poole on the 5 to set up the TD. A minute later the same
play was used to score. Monty Hicks. Whirley Boxley. Bobby
Asher. Randy Harrell. Phil Collins. Wade Caulherg and Roddie
tlrosby played outstanding defensive games.
RALEIGH 6-ROCKY MOUNT 6
Raleigh High Closed the 1955 football season with a 6-6 tie with
the favored Black Birds. This was the most successful season that
the Caps had in three years. A highlight in the hackfield was the
playing of Junior jimmy Graham. Graham had been a reserve for
the entire season until he was called to play against Rocky Mount
where he turned in an excellent game. Also Fred Olive played an
outstanding game on defense when he blocked a kick which would
have put Raleigh deep in its own territory. Rocky Mount scored
first in the opening minutes of the game but failed to kick the
extra point. No other scoring took place until the last minutes when
Left to rigltl: Sylvia Farmer. Ginny Sears. .lohanna Johnson. Dottie McEwen. Helen Arendell. Johanna McKevlin. Anne Yarbrough,
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l'ool1-. 'l'hr- Caps wt-rv unuhlf- lo 4-onw-rl the- 1-xtra
point. Fvrg Norton, Holm-rt Tyson, Monty llivks
Hotlrlia- ffroslry. Erne-st Prim-, lioliliy Asliu-r. ,lohn
.lohnson :intl Wafh- Caullu-rg wt-rv outstainfling
tlirongglioul the- gain:-.
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,N Ralf-igh rf-niuim-tl iimlf-fc-att-ml with ai 7-6 vit-tory
ovr-r Wilson. Alle-r conipla-tt-ly outplziying Wilson!
Cyc-lonf-s in tht- first half. Kale-igl1's flaps yit-lflf-fl
the-ir first touvhtlown ol the- sf-uson in tht- lust half.
Y.-.wry .lark Wilson sr-on-tl on zi swt-vp arountl lf-lt 1-ml with
llolihy Ash:-r kim-king tht- f-xtru point. 'l'onnni4- Little:
Z1 re-st-rw for the- first of tht- st-ason. took ow-r at
quartf-rhack with Wilson moving lo lialflrack. Johnny
.lohnson playt-rl outstanding on tl:-lt-nsv as ht-
lilof-kn-fl a Wilson punt anfl hart-ly inisst-rl a vouplt-
mort-. liolnhy Ashe-r turn:-tl in a fine- Nunn- on
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f oflvnsf- with a Couple- of good runs. During tht- hrst
half tht- Caps had nuine,-rous stars in thc- line- with
thc- most riotic-f-alile he-ing Ernt-st Prim-. Warlf- Caul-
lwrgl. Rorlrliv Crosby. Rf-tl Martin. anrl tire-y Poole-.
RALEIGH 7-KI NSTO N 0
Ralf-igh Paine- out on top of a 7-0 score- on-r the-
tough Kinston Rcfl ll:-vils. So far this sr-ason Hale-igli
f has lwvn all cle-ff-risv antl 21 ve'-ry goofl ont- that
hasn't yivlrlf-tl a touvhmlown yet. Tha- gainifs lone-
TD came- wha-n quartc-rhack Jack Wilson scoops-Ll
up a Kinston holilile- anfl raw-tl 81 yartls for paymlirt.
Two Halt-igh flrivers wt-rv stoppf-tl on the- 2 yartl line-
anrl thc- otht-r on tht- 5 lay the- He-tl D1-vils. Ralf-iglfs
tlvfu--iisv was If-sts-ml just to sm- how gootl it was wht-n
Kinston elrove- to tht- ont- yartl lint- to have- the
lint- tightc-n anfl holtl. Ralf-igh st-ore-tl on a pass
from Wilson to Crt-y Pooh- only to ln- calle-rl hack
dip- to a pr-nalty. Ont- of tht- higlilights of thr- gann-
ranif- whf-n ,lohnny johnson kit-kt-tl om- for 67 yarcls.
He- 4-ntle-tl thf- ganif- with a 55 yartl average-. flut-
stantling on alt-fm-11sP we-rv tht- 1-nrls ,lohnny ,lohnson
and Monty Hicks. Ranrly Harrell. Phil Collins,
CAPTAINSZ Grpy P0019 aml Randy Harrell. Jim Martin. Rorlrlif- Crosby, Warlf- Caulhcrg, Ernie:
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COACHES: VValkf-r. Arlws. Holyhm-ld. De-spra-s. anrl King.
Price, and Jack Wilson. were also standouts in the
. RALEIGH 13-BURLINGTON 7
6 V p The Raleigh Caps took their fourth victory by beat-
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ing Burlington 13-T on October 21. The first half of
. . , , .. , play a knock down-drag out affair which saw neither
X team cross the others goal line. lt was not until the
x ' 1 third quarter when the Caps hnally scored. Raleigh
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same went for Burlington. Burlington fumbled on
X ff? Q I the kick and Phil Collins recovered for Raleigh.
Raleigh went for a first down on the five yard line.
Little threw a tricky pass that envolved Lyne Stinson
and Grey Poole for the TD. The point after touch-
down was good and the Caps led 7-0. That stirred
up Burlington and they finally scored with six
minutes to play. The Caps drove fifty yards in five
minutes for the winning touchdown. Bobby Asher
raced around end for nine yards for the winning
score. Raleigh won the game in fine style even
though it was a tough one.
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The Raleigh Caps got back their winning Ways
again as quarterback Tommy Little directed the
Caps to a 19-0 victory over Goldsboro. Speedy half-
liack Jack,Wilson and Randy Harrell contributed
Front row: Wade Caulberg, Ernest Price, Roddie Crosby. Second row: John Johnson, Red Martin. greatly to the Caps' win by running consistent gains
Phil Collins, CWB' P00111 all through the ball game. After a scoreless first
quarter Raleigh drove for two touchdowns in the
second quarter. A fumble set up the first touchdown
in which Harrell scored from the seven and Crumpler
scored from the first for the second. Harrell again
scored later in the last quarter. Some of the boys
who played exceptionally well Were: Spec Under-
wood. ,lack Wilson, Randy Harrell. Grey Poole,
Johnson. and Ernest Price.
RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOL YARSITN FOOTBALL SQUAD: Bobby Asher. ,lolm Ballantine. Whirley Boxley. Reggie Brown, Thomas Car-
roll. Vfade Caulberg. Charles Clements. Phil Collins. Rod Crosby. Norman Crumpler. Ronald Dean. Blair Ellis. .limmy Graham, Louis Gur-
kin. H. B. Hagwood. Randy Harrell. George Hines. Bobby Hunter. John Johnson. Freddie Johnson. Jerry Kriegal. Tommy Little, Jim Martin.
Wally Mc-Bride. Henry Newton. Ferg Norton. Fred Olive. Grey Poole. Ernest Price. Lynn Stinson. Robert Tyson. Spec Underwood, Gordon
Welsh. Steve White. Bill Wilson. lack Wilson. Monty Hicks.
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After a poor first period the Caps of Broughton
made the "Port City Cats" purr like kittens until
the waning moments of the fourth quarter. Then
under the smart direction of quarterback Neal Ea-
som. the Wildcats caught fire in the last three
minutes, driving for two quick touchdowns. Two
costly mistakes proved fatal for the Caps with a
blocked punt and an intercepted pass setting up
scores for the visitors. After taking a 13-6 halftime
lead due to the running of Bobby Asher and the
sharp passing of Little to Poole, the Caps were
weaker in the second half due to injuries.
Monty Hicks was brilliant on defense. repeatedly
taking out the interference and then crashing in to
make the tackle. Hicks was hospitalized after being
injured late in the final period.
RALEIGH 14-FAYETTEVILLE 7
On Friday. November 4. quarterback Tommy Little-
threw two 20-yard passes to give the Caps a 14-7
homecoming victory over the Fayetteville Bull Dogs,
who had not won an AAA conference game. The
Bull Dogs virtually stopped Raleigh's running attack,
but quarterback Tommy Little spotted holes in the
pass defense. At the half, Raleigh led 7-0.
Fayetteville fumbled five times, and Raleigh re-
covered all five. Two of the recoveries were deep
inside Fayetteville territoryg and as a result, the
Caps scored their first touchdown. Twice more the
Bull Dogs fumbled inside the Raleiih Five yard line.
After Raleigh had taken a 14-0 lead. Fayetteville
finally managed to hold on to the ball and go 65
yards for a touchdown in the last quarter. A crowd
of about 3,000 watched the Homecoming victory
in uncomfortable cold weather. This was the sixth
victory against two defeats. Fayetteville had lost
tive and won three.
Bull Dog fullback Harold Raeford supplied most
of the Fayetteville yardage as they led the Caps in
rushing, 229 to 147.
RALEIGH 18-HENDERSON 7
The Caps rallied in the last half of the game to
defeat the Henderson class AA Bull Dogs who
wanted to upset a class AAA club. Henderson led by
a score of 7-6 at half timeg but after a talk from
Coach Walker. the Caps took advantage of their
speed to completely dominate the action against the
After the Caps began to roll, Tommy Little proved
an able ball handler. Little made the first Raleigh
touchdown and passed for the other two. Henderson!
only serious threat of the ball game came when
the Bull Dogs scored a touchdown the second time
they had possession of the ball.
The Caps broke through the Bull Dogs' line in
the first minutes of the second half to score for the
second time, as Bobby Asher caught a pass from
Little. Johnson threw a perfect block so Asher would
have a clear run-way over the goal line.
Early in the fourth period, Little passed a short
aerial to Johnson who lateralled to Lynn Stinson
who ran 55 yards for a touchdown.
Top to Bottom: Backs, Line, and more Backs.
'55 - Varsity Basketball - '56
f.if'llfUl'S.' Grey Poole and Phil Collins.
RALEIGH 634GREENSBORO 46
In a yery loosely-played basketball game at Broughton
Gym. the Raleigh Caps defeated Senior High of Greens-
boro. 63-46. to lift the lid on the 1955-56 cage season.
The Caps opened up with an 11 point Iead. 18-7. at the
end of the first quarter and increased this to 34-21 at the
half. The first half saw 34 fowls called in an endless pro-
cession to the foul line. Greensboro could not match
Raleiglfs height under the boards: and this fact. coupled
with one of the finest defenses shown by a Raleigh team.
made it diflicult for the Wliirlies to get off many good
RaIeigh's offense was Iead by forward Rruce Hoadley
who found the range for 19 points. He was followed hy
guard Ernest Price and center Grey Poole who scored
I5 and I2 points respectively.
RALEIGH 56-BITRLINGTON 43
IIurIington's hopes to christen their new half million
dollar gym with a win were spoiled as the Raleigh Caps
rolled to a 23 point half-time lead and held on despite
a second half Bulldog rally to win by I3 points. 56-43.
Raleigh threatened to turn the game into a complete rout
as it jumped into a 15-6 Iead as the first quarter ended
and left the lloor at half-time leading at 33-10. Bruce
Hoadley was the Caps' leading scorer with 13 points.
Trailing Hoadley were Grey Poole with I4 points and
Ernest Price with 12.
CHARLOTTE INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
RALEIGH 67-GASTONIA 50
Raleigh defeated Gastonia in the first round of the
Charlotte Invitational Tournament at Charlotte,s new
Memorial Coliseum. 67-50. The Caps had to fight back
from a six point half-time deficit at 32-26 to take the win.
Raleigh pulled away in the second half to a 51-42 Iead at
the end of the third quarter. and from there on there was
no stopping them. the final score reading Raleigh 67-
Reggie Heavener Ied the Green W3X'C,S attack with 16
points while Raleigh was paced by Bruce HoadIey's 19.
Guards Lynn Stinson and Ernest Price added a scoring
punch to the Caps attack by scoring 13 and 12 points
RALEIGH 51-CHARLOTTE CENTRAL 42
The Raleigh Caps captured the first Charlotte Invita-
tional Tournament by defeating Charlotte Central in the
tournament finals. 51-42. Bruce Hoadley scored 11 points
in leading the Caps to the tournament title and was
awarded a trophy as the tournamentes most valuable
player. CentraI's center. Jim 1VIoyIe. was the game's high
scorer with 19 points while Phil Collins and Lynn Stin-
son followed Hoadley in the Cap's scoring column, each
with 10 points.
RALEIGH 73-HIGH POINT 60
In a preliminary game at the Reynolds Coliseum. Ra-
leigh came out on top of the Black Risons of High Point
by a 73-60 count. The game was featured by good shoot-
ing from the Hoor on the part of both teams. The Caps
hit on 41.561 while High Point was hitting for a per-
centage of 34.5 High Point had the better average from
C0!I!'f16S.' King and Holyfield.
the foul line, hitting for 71.405 to the Capsi 55.9'Z9. As
usual Raleigh' although without the services of center
Grey Poole, out with an attack of pneumonia. led in re-
bounding 54 to 28.
Adams of High Point led all scorers with 21 points
while forward Bruce Hoadley hit for 15 to pace the Caps.
Other leading scorers for Raleigh were John Johnson
with 12 points. Phil Collins and Ernest Price with 9. and
Bill Shinn and George Hines with 8.
RALEIGH 37-HIGH POINT 36
Raleighis Caps went to High Point looking for their
second win of the season over the local five. 'lhe Raleigh
club, heavily favored on the strength of an earlier victory.
was plagued by poor shooting and had to scramble to
escape with a 37-36 win.
The Caps could hit only for 18? of their floor shots
while High Point was cashing in on 381721. The rebound-
ing of center Grey Poole was a life-saver for the Raleigh
cause, as, in most cases, High Point was unable to get
off over one shot each time it was in possession of the
ball. Poole also scored 8 points, while Bruce Headley
added 10 to lead the Gaps. Adams again led High Point's
scoring with 12 points.
RALEIGH 37-ROCKY MOUNT 35
The Caps opened their conference season with a hard-
fought victory over the Rocky Mount Blackbirds in a
game at the Broughton Gym. Raleigh led at half-time
by only 17-14, but in the second half Don Stallings, the
Blackbird center, went on a scoring rampage and scored
16 of his teamas 21 second half points to actually keep
Rocky Mount in the game.
The Caps suffered many anxious moments but had
what it takes to pull the game out of the fire. Lynn Stin-
son and John Johnson hit for 10 points apiece to lead the
Raleigh attack, while Stallings wound up with 18 points
for the game, to lead all scorers.
WILMINGTON 46-RALEIGH 44
The Wildcats from New Hanover High School in Wil-
mington handed the Caps their first loss of the season
on a last second shot by substitute center Ed Carroll.
Raleigh almost managed to force the game into an over-
time period, but the Caps were unable to get control of
the ball after Wilmington shots in the last second of the
game, prior to Carroll,s game winning basket. The Wild-
cats led 44-40 with less than a minute remaining in the
game, but baskets by Ernest Price and Lynn Stinson tied
the game up.
Bill Mathias hit for 17 points to pace the Wilmington
attack while John Johnson led the Cap attack with 13
RALEIGH 52-GREENSBORO 50
Raleigh's Caps had to go into a last quarter half-court
press to overcome a seemingly insurmountable 45-32
Greensboro lead to come home with a 52-50 win. The
Caps put on a sensational shooting exhibition in the last
Top: Red Martin, Bill Shinn, Bruce Weaver, Bruce Hoadley, and
John Johnson. Second: George Hines, Ferg Norton, Lynn Stinson,
Ernest Price, and Billy Dunlap. Thirrl: Bobby Burch, Billy Hair,
and Bobby Austin. Fourth, first row: Grey Poole, Ernest Price,
Phil Collins, John Johnson, second row: Ferg Norton, George
Hines, Red Martin, Lynn Stinsong third row: Bill Shinn, Bruce
Hoadley, Billy Dunlap, and Bruce Weaver.
quarter. scoring 20 points while holding the Wlhirlies.
who were obviously rattled by the press to only 5.
Raleigh finally took the lead with 2:45 left in the game
on a lay-up hy john johnson. john hit again for the
Caps to put the game out of Greensborois reach. johnson
and Rruce Hoadley shared scoring honors for the Caps.
each with 15 points. while Carruthers was high for the
Whirlies with 25.
RALEIGH 82-GOLDSBORO 36
For all practical purposes the Raleigh Caps swept the
Goldsboro Earthquakes off Goldsborois own home court
as they rolled to an easy' 82-36 victory. The Caps were
never behind in a game which saw every member of the
team break i11to the scoring column as Coach King
cleared the bench. Poor shooting put the Earthquakes
far behind early' in the game as they could only hit on
3 out of 15 shots in the first half over a tight Raleigh
Bruce Hoadley' had his best night of the season to
date as he poured in 24 points to lead all scorers for the
night. Ernest Price followed Bruce in the scoring column
with a total of 12. No Goldsboro player scored as many
as 10 points.
RALEIGH 55-BURLINGTON 52
Raleighis Caps had to go all out to gain a 55-52 win
at the expense of Rurlingtonis stubborn Bulldogs. The
game was close much of the way with the Caps holding
a very slight advantage most of the distance.
Bob Garrison was Burlingtonis leading point maker
while Grey Poole and Bruce Hoadley led Raleigh's legions
with 21 and I8 points. The win set the Caps? season
mark at 10-1.
RALEIGH 78-FAYETTEVILLE 64
Guard Ernest Price had his best night of the season
in leading Raleigh to a 78-64 victory over the Fayetteville
Bulldogs. The win set the Gapsf conference record thus
lar at 3-I. Roth teams had good nights from the floor.
and again the rebounding of Grey Poole and Bruce Hoad-
ley was an important factor in this Cap win. Poole
grabbed I6 rebounds and scored 14 points while Hoadley
picked off 8 rebounds and added 19 points to take runner-
up scoring honors behind Price. Harvey Blanchard and
Dorsett Clement split honors for the Bulldogs. scoring
I4 points each.
WILSON 61-RALEIGH 51
The Raleigh Caps moved on to Wilsfnii in high hopes
of moving into second place in the conference behind
front running Wiliriiiigtfin. These hopes were soundly
dashed by a surprisingly adept Cyclone team which de-
feated the Caps by a I0 point margin. 61-51. In fact.
the only bright spot of the whole night was the play of
Iforward Rruce Hoadley who was just about the whole
show for Raleigh as he scored 29 points.
W1lSf,lI1 held a 31-21 half-time lead and managed to
hold off each Cap bid in the second half to win by a 10
point margin. The Caps were unable to shave off over
4 points from the Cyclone lead during the second half.
Jimmy' Hodge. a clever little guard, led the Wilsoli
attack with 24 points. 16 of them coming in the first half.
which saw the Cyclones hit a phenomenal 15-16 from the
foul line. Grey Poole followed Hoadley in the Raleigh
scoring column with 12 points.
Rockv MoUNT 57-RALEIGH 43 '
Raleigh lost its second consecutive conference game at
the hands of the Rocky Mount Blackbirds, 57-43. The
loss dropped the Caps into fifth place in the Conference
race. However, Raleighis overall record to date is an
outstanding 11-3, the Caps being undefeated in non-con-
The Blackbirds were led by guard Harold Gilbert, for-
ward Charles Landen, and center Don Stallings, for the
first time this season the Caps were out rebounded, the
totals being Rocky Mount 30-Raleigh 29. Bruce Hoad-
ley and Grey Poole took scoring honors for Raleigh with
I3 and 12 points respectively.
RALEIGH 55-DURHAM 47
Raleigh's Caps, hard pressed by the Durham Bulldogs
for three quarters, rallied in the last quarter, to come
out with an eight point victory' 55-47. The win was a
must for the Caps as it stopped a two game losing streak
and brought their conference record to 4-3.
IVIerriman Johnson and Russell Hollers kept the Dur-
ham team hot on the Caps' heels with accurate outside
shooting, and the Bulldogs took the lead at 41-40 with
1:30 left in the third quarter. At this point Raleigh
ripped off six straight points and was never headed there-
after. Bruce Hoadley proved the Mman of the houri' for
the Caps as he dominated the backboards and hit for 19
WILMINGTON 64+RALEIGH 57
The Wilmington Wildcats scored their second win of
the season over the Caps at Wilmingtonis Brogden Hall.
A nip and tuck game saw the Port City five pull away
in the last quarter to score a 64-57 victory. The score
was tied a total of 11 times during the course of the game
with Wilmington holding on to a one point lead, 41-40, as
the third quarter ended.
Grey Poole and John Johnson were the bright spots
for the Caps as they scored 22 and 14 points respectively
while playing outstanding floor games. Danny Casteen
was the director of the Wilmington attack.
RALEIGH 77-GOLDSBORO 61
After a very tight first half which saw Raleigh leave
the floor with the score tied 31-31, the Caps roared away
at the start of the second half to coast to a 77-61 win
over the Goldsboro Earthquakes.
The second half saw Raleigh play some of the best
ball they had played all season. Bruce Hoadley ran wild
in the third quarter, scoring 15 points that period. He
wound up with 34 points for the night, the most scored
by any Raleigh player for the season. Hoadley also
grabbed off 20 rebounds while Grey Poole followed with
19. Ellis and Moore led Goldsborois scoring with 20 and
18 points respectively.
J. V. Basketball
First row, left to riglzt: N. R. Sl:-ll. Tommy Butler, .lolm Smlf-n, ffliarlvs Lelorl. Swfmul rnzr: Bobby Howell. ,limmy
Kates, Billy Hubbard, Reggie Brown. Bobby Hunter.
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First row, left to right: Warren Norman, Bob Pearson, Dick Collins, Bobby Howell, Lyman Ferrell. Pat Munns. Second
row: Dick Tindal, John Matrey, Sam Williams, Don Edge, Paul Burroughs. Joe Barber. Billy Hurt. Third row: Fred
Johnson, Tommy Butler. Gilbert Early, Gorden Chadwick, Roy Stephenson. Lamon Spainhour. Richard Garner. Fourth
row: John Utley, Grady Ferrell, Pat Morgan, ,lim Byrd, Mickey Caviness. Victor Britt. Manager Merle Summers.
J. V. Football
First rnux' lvans. lfannnn. Kalk
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Shaw. Fullf-r. l pk'hlll'l'll. QZIPIHPIIIS.
Kri:-gf-l. Third rnzv: llenmark
Townww. Hurt. Cavim-ss. johnson.
Fnurtlz wuz' Springm-r. Mackey.
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First row: Kata-liff. Norman. Wil-
liams, Wfflfpfllif-f. Lilvs. Vfhitc.
limwn. Nf-wlon. Ser-mul row
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Klullf-ttf-. Curtis. Chaclwivk. Fox
worth. Third rozv: Graham.
Stews-llsoll. Jolmaon. Krvigvl. Dur-
ham. Dinkins. Maltln-ws. Wilson.
Fnurtlz row: Bw-ka-r. Collins,
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jenkins. Slurzzling: Coach jim Fillvll. lfxw-l'1-It Norton. 1.4-unaril liflilliilll. Km 'l'lmrns, Iiruw- llmiil
If-y, Leno Marlin, Rollei! Singleton. il1l.S.SlIlg from jllv mn. Hairy llinmm.
First row, left to. right: Jimmy Welch, George Dunlap, Roger Edwards. Standing: Bruce Williams,
.llmmy Rouse, Bllly Dunlap, Jimmy York, Tom Wingfield.
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son. Hugh Deans. Robby ASllf'l'. Cordon Welsh. Ferg Norton. Jerry Cordell. Bryant Garner. Third row: Talmage Brown. Cecil Wilkins
johnny Woorl. Billy Hubbard. Grey Poole, ,lohnny Johnson. Roclflie Crosby. Tommie Little, Coach Sam Arbe
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Girls' Physical Education
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Dance! Dance! Dance!
Girls' Physical Education
Enthusiasm in the girls' physical education
classes has reached an all time high this
school year. The increase in enthusiasm is a
result of many factors. Shower and basket
room facilities have been made more desirable
and convenient for the girls. The school ad-
ministration remodeled the former gang
shower room into thirteen private showers
for the girls with very attractive shower cur-
tains. In the basket room each girl has her
own basket and lock. These improvements
help develop greater pride in their dressing
This year every girl was required to have
a regulation white gym uniform. As a result
the girls have taken a great deal of pride in
their appearance during physical education
Class intramurals stimulated much interest
this year in volleyball, basketball. and softball.
The tournament consisted of teams from both
Mrs. Smaltz and Mrs. Simmons physical edu-
In addition to many activities the girls
enjoyed participation in speedball, rhythmic
activities, gymnastics, body mechanics. shuf-
fleboard, ping-pong. calisthenics. and relay
Individual instruction in golf and tennis
was given as a new activity this year. It is
hoped that these individual sports will have
a carry over value for the girls.
A unit was devoted to social and square
dancing, combining both the girls and boys
physical education classes. In addition to in-
struction in dancing the teachers placed a
great deal of emphasis on social manners and
proper conduct at dances.
The extracurricular activities in the physi-
cal education program are organized through
the Girls' Athletic Association which began
its 1955-56 season by election of officers:
Fabian Broadway, Presidentg Carolyn Mur-
ray, Vice-Presidentg Ellen Martin, Secretary
and Treasurer, Sarah Beverly, Points Secre-
tary. Mrs. Simmons was the faculty advisor.
In the fall the C. A. A. played volleyball
followed by the favorite sport, basketball.
As soon as the first sign of spring ap-
proached, the air around Broughton began to
fill with the sound of swinging bats. Softball
has long been a favorite sport of many. Also
in the spring of the year much interest was
shown in the tennis tournament.
To conclude the 1955-56 year of the Brough-
ton Girls Athletic Association school letters
From top to bottom: Basketball. Volleyball. Ping-Pong!
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XX ICS XIARY CLXIJIC WADE
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BARBARA LOU FORD JANIC IIA
.Xnother perfect summer had llow11 hy all too quickly
for most of us. hut for the Class of 'Stn the meniories of
the lazy summer days. stmning on the lieach. sleeping till
tlootl. working at summer jolis and playing hridge every
weekday afternoon held a special meaning for tl1ey
marked Ulll' last summer as memlvers of Broughton.
On Septemher 2. 1933. we hegan our last first day' at
llrougltton with mixed emotions-Y-stune hesitant. some
lost. some excited a11d some scared. for we all liI1CN' that
was the heginning of the Pllll. As each day' unfolded.
we realized that challenge set lrefore us. for this was
lfroughtoifs first year as a Senior lligh. which 111ea11t
new personalities. new faces a11d 11ew friends.
Getting acquainted with 11ew friends. new schedules
a11d john fl. fiihnartin were "predtnninant" during our
first week of school. Then. without warning the hell rang
Hllll we returned to l1on1eroon1. The fa111iliar voice of
joseph Holliday' hoomed over tl1e P. A. system-
"juniors come ill. Seniors line up." As we stumhled
nervously down three flights of steps individual thoughts
crept i11to our 111i11ds tis my' hair comlyed. is my lipstick
o11 straight. should l smile?t. These thoughts quickly'
dissolved ill the first notes of that familiar record we had
heard so many' times liefore. Xve had stopped IIIOIIIPII-
tarily. hut 11ow as w e crossed the threshold and took the
first steps of our long. slow walk dow11 the aisle we were
scared-wscared stiff. The things which had long been
visualized now hecame reality. There was no turning
hack-we were SICNIUHS.
livery class 111ust have its leaders a11d whe11 election
tlllli' rolled around we elected Wl1i1'ley' lfoxley' as most
capahle to lead us. Grey Poole hecame Vice-President.
Glenda Edge was elected Secretary. june Watscmii, Treas-
urer and lfrnest Charles. Sergeant-at-Arms.
S. O. S. hecame the familiar password as foothall
season got under way' led hy' our vivacious Senior cheer-
leaders. llelen Arendell. lllltl llottie lVlcEwin. This was
perhaps a hetter season than ltaleigh had seen ill several
years Zllltl we all rememlmer the pride we felt as we wa'L
out of the SlZltllUltl after witnessing 1na11y a victory. flow
can we forget tl1e fun at the out-of-tow11 games. the after
parties. and liosie. Carolyn. lflna. Sarah a11d Martha ill
their new uniforms. leading the Marching Une Hundred
in spectacular half time t'tlll'I'lillIlllt9Ill than won them
fame throughout the state.
The highlight of tl1e year came early' hut will never he
forgotten. The Senior hoys decided everyone should get
to know each other. so they got things under way' with a
party' for all the Seniors at 'l'rul1y's. And who could forget
the tremendous cakes which lVlargie Heid. Ann Southern.
and many' others Sllthllf all ilff.0I'Il0UIl haking. tThe cakes
were so lmig they' lmroke Mrs. lfherliartis pans so the shop
hoys were put to worklll lfach and everyone helped
contrihute the food. ,lane Woodard. Katherine lfontaine.
llot llorton illltl ,lackie Cullcr Villtltf with "goodies galoref'
"Step right ups, was thc familiar cry heard ahove the
excited shrills of laughter as three-fourths of the Senior
Class could he seen frolicking up a11d down the niidway.
The masculine efforts of lillishurg a11d Wade were well
rewarded with their display of nfitty pandas. The 111enu
consisted of the usual cotton candy. foot long hot dogs
and candy apples. You couldnit have missed Jean
Shirley. l,ois llaigh. lfdna llollaman and Jim llillman.
with lN'lll'll in hand. as they took notes o11 the exhihits
for their themes for Mrs. Peacock. And for the more
frivolous minded the side shows provided less edu-
cational IYI cnlertaimnent. Those who managed to
Top to floflollli Sara Wray and liohhy Liles enjoy a eokeg Mary L.
I.inel1erg1er and Xeno Martin dccorateg Becky Stearns. Joe Willson,
and jack Moliley have fun in the snow.
squeeze through the crowds to the rides could have heard
the delighted squeals of Betty Poole. Carol Crumpler,
Susan Peeler. Diane Cates and Becky Stearns as they
took a spin on the rocket.
The drums caused a throbbing in our hearts as we
began our first homecoming activities in three years.
With determination Myrtle Coodwin. Rachel Culley.
and Sally Langford fought against the wind and cold to
keep the crepe paper on the F. H. A. float which came
through to win them a first prize. It's never too cold for
convertibles especialy when they are Thunderbirds or
Corvets sporting four sponsors. Everyone seemed to be
wearing a corsage of purple and gold sold to them by any
possible means by Sarah Wray', Nancy Hutchins and
Lucia Jones. And how very proud we were when we
cheered with the crowd to help lead the football team
on to its first homecoming victory in two years.
After an inspiring message from David Parker we
welcomed the vacation that followed. Stuffing ourselves
full of turkey, parties, sleeping, no books, and bridge
made the days fly by and once again we found ourselves
back to school looking forward to the next vacation, which
The next month hardly began before it was time to
leave again. The Clee Club practicing The Messiah made
homeroom a little longer and the day shorter. Then the
Student Council began working on the Snowball dance.
The girls donned their favorite informal dresses and took
off for the dance. The big snowmen drew everyoneis
attention and aided in making the dance a memorable
one. Then came the long awaited Christmas holidays.
Everyone had been looking forward to all the dances
and now they had passed with memories that will never
be forgotten. On Christmas morning Santa had fullfilled
everyone's wish. Louise Lineberger got a fur stole instead
of her usual cashmere sweaters while Harry' Broome got
a few new tennis balls. When the new year rang in every-
one had made all his New Year's resolutions and was
ready to start back to school! Boy! Was it hard to
get down and study for exams right after getting bark
from vacation. but if the Class of '56 wanted to graduate
together they had to study. For awhile everyone came
to school sleepy eyed.
Right after exams mother nature blessed us with a
blanket of snow. which was really welcomed. The radios
went on bright and early and as soon as the words "no
school todayi' were out everyone hit the bed again for a
little more shut eye. But not for longll joe and llorar-e
Wilscmn had their sleds out and had rounded up every-
body before the less energetic ones could make a snow-
ball! The only thing wrong was that it ended too soon
and once again on Wecliiesclaiy' morning everyone was
seen trudging back to school.
How could we have ever decided what to do with
ourselves if it hadn't been for Career Day. ,foe Peele
and Sara Hunter were just two of the many Seniors who
worked hard in preparing the program.
And then came the proudest day of all. Eddie Collins
and his committees really worked hard in getting the
stage ready for the Queen of Hearts assembly program.
When Mary Britten, JoAnne Hudson. June Watson and
Carolyn Young walked down the aisle we realized how
much a part of us Broughton had become. With the
sound of the Trumpets. everyoneis head turned to see
Mary Ruth Starling. Maid of Honor, and lfelen Arendall
our Queen of Hearts. make their entrance. Many a
Senior became misty eyed as we realized that our year
was coming to an end.
Betty Poole and her pig tails were the main attraction
at the Student Faculty game as the boys showed who was
tops in the basketball game. The gals didn't do quite
as well. but we really had a wonderful time.
'Bout this time many of our classmates were seen wi.h
the gold pins in which the gold touch was prominently
displayed. They were the lucky oneis who were tapped
into the Honor Society. Lu Ruth Sutton. Katherine
Walker. Fabian Broadway. Claire Tolar. Georgia Legget.
Tommy Uverman. Bob Yarbrough. Jean Shirley. and
Firstg Robin Babb in Chemistry lab. Second: Jackie Raynor studying for Exams. Tliirzlg ,Ierry Ellisberg in Bookroom before school.
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remember Bobby Asher as President of the Key Club and
all the work he did.
After long weeks of practicing the Hi-Y presented their
Spring Follies. We couldnit help but laugh as our Senior
boys performed all sorts of funny things. But this wasn't
enough for the boys because two weeks later they gave
an informal dance.
Realization hit us hard as we began our exams before
everyone else. We felt important. but yet inside we knew
why We were first. Then the excitment of caps and gowns
coming will never be forgotten. The Senior class night.
picnic and our edition of the Hi-Times were moments
cherished by all. After the Juniors sang to us. we had
followed with the Alma Mater. the words brought back
many a wonderful memory that would last forever.
Memories become part of everyoneg one of the most
important parts. How could anyone ever forget the tilt:
important part of his life . . . his youth. . . .
If we live to be a thousand thereis one thing you can bet
The Broughton class of fifty-six we never will forget.
The kind and friendly counsel of Mr. Hollifield
Matched only by Mrs. Sandling with her honesty and zeal
With Johns and Holiday at the helm. our course was
straight and true
He helped us all: Tom, Dick, and Harry. and Mary Jane.
They did their best to help us each and every day
Along with all our teachers who helped us on our way
We hate the very thought of itg this leaving all our friends
But we arenit really leaving them for memories never end
Remember the day We elected our ofiicers to serve
Our Senior Class for ,56 with vision and with verve?
The cold crisp nights of winter with blazing lights aglow
with Our "Marching One Hundreds, proudly strutting
to and fro
The excitment of our cheerleaders as they yelled with all
When l'oole took a pass from Little and went at-ross the
And when the game was over to a drive in wc would go
To discuss the gameeromance and thingsfand such and
such and so
The Candle light service held in simple dignity
And happily some were tapped for the honor society
And remember the day of our homecoming game
The breathless excitment-our hearts all aillame
The Sponsors parading in floats-while the band
Played "Cheer Raleigh High School"-gosh it was grand!
The slumber parties were part of our passing scene
As we nibbled on tid-bits by the record machine
We lived off doughnuts and hot dogs and cokes
We drove our folks nuts-and most always were broke
The "Y-Teensfi The Key Club and our Senior Prom
As we waltzed with our steady-locked arm in arm
The Queen of Hearts Court was out of this world
And the Queen of Hearts Ball set our heads a'whirl
The beautiful gowns made of satin and lace
Were worn by nflady with poise and with grace
And the boys in their formals were something to see
As they danced with their ladies completely carefree
Who? Tell us who, could ever forget
The Class of 756-the bestest yet!
The friendships we made to last all our life
To share in our joys as well as our strife
And on some wintry snowy night
As the open fire crackles and jumps with delight
When perhaps we are older and wiser as well
And can conjure a dream as clear as a bell
Weill relive the things we are doing today
Watching the embers die slowly away
Weill dream of our old friends far and near
And quite unashamed brush back a tear
And as the years go rushing by
Our love will deepen for Broughton High!
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Most men wish women were as adept at making up their minds as they are about making up their faces.
We learn a hospital registers all the babies born there in a book called "Who's New."
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Raleigh Retail Furniture Association
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C umeron Village
JEWELRY 75 YEARS SERVICE SILVERWARE PHONE: 4-8221 RALEIGH, N. C.
Blount and Davie Streets SENIORS!
We think they ought to call those calendars with pictures of pretty girls-galendars.
Roddy: "What would you do if I stole a kiss?"
Mary Louise L.: "Roddy boy, you don't have to steal it-I'l1 give it to you."
LAUNDRY - CLEANERS
Fine Things Finely Done
CAMERON VILLAGE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
U DIAL 9695
IVIURRQEZS GULF SERVICE L A N D S I I N C .
I ayettevllle Street
RALEIGH, N. C, Raleigh's Leading
Phone 3356 CREDIT JEWELERS
5 Service Your Car While You Shop 137 Fayetteville Street
5 Free Parking PHONE 2-3751
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I S E N I O R S
I , V ESSO SERVICE
F I N C H S 201 North Dawson Street
F RALEIGH, N. C.
Did you hear about the goose that was so cold it had people pimples?
Mrs. Johns: How do you like your new secretary?
Mr. Johns: How did you know that I had a new secretary?
Mrs. Johns: I found a red hair on your lapel instead of the usual blond one.
Ifs got to be good"
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447 Daniels St.
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
ESQUIRE BARBER sHoP
"Your Head is our Business"
4 UNION BARBERS PHONE 4-4024
527 Hillsboro Street-Next to Manhattan Cafe
WRENN SHELL SERVICE
Twin Control Driver Training
NORTHSIDE ESSO SERVICE
CUTLER STREET GROCERY
Fancy Groceries, Produce and Fresh Meats
620 Cutler Street Food Center Boylan Heights
assures you continuous true
high fidelity music from
1 SPEED REGULATOR
fully variable from 10 to 85 rpm
permits adjustment of
rhtable speed to play records
at exact recorded speed.
2 STROBOSCOPE SPEEDOMETER
shows when you have exact
synchronization of turntable
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iiMary gave John a raw deal by breaking their engagement."
Yeah, she not only d1dn't return his love, but she didnlt return the ring."
Too many desserts will make a guy desert the gal who eats 'm.
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Now UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Cgmpljmgnfs
We are now open, serving all kinds of American food in- I Of
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Lobsters. We will start offering Chinese food too at a
later date, Open Daily ll A.M.-12 Midnight. Orders I I
prepared to take out. Facilities for banquets and parties.
3625 Hillsboro across from Meredith
PHONE 4-3754 Owner, S. K. ING
GARLAND C. NORRIS
SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
TIRES and TUBES
GARNER'S ESSO STATION
GAS - o1L - WASHING - GREASING - POLISHING
I 213 S. W11l111ngIOIl SI. Raleigh, N. C. Phone 9125 RALEIGH, N. C. 701 N. Person St.
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uPt1l'lIl.'llIlll' People Prefer P00lc"s Pies"
ll 435, 5, McDowell Street PHQNE 2-3966 1700 Glenwood Avenue 2428 Hillsboro Street
ll RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA FREE DELIVERY
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' AdIer's of Raleigh
Compliments For Women Who Love
of Elegance in,
Dresses and Footwear
J. J. FALLON, INC.
Two Stores To Serve You
Downtown and Cameron Village
HAYES BARTON REALTY COMPANY
ACCREDITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools, American Association Of University Women,
National Association Of Schools Of lVlusic.
PROGRESSIVE educational program in terms Of Christian character
and service. Distinguished record of student honors. Excellent
library facilities. Effective honor system.
ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, Mfhe Educational Center Of the
State." Beautiful campus Of 170 acres. lVlOdern fireproof dormitories
with generous provisions for social activities.
Write for catalogue and folder of views
CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Why do you call your wife puzzle?"
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