Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)

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Broughton Senior High School, the only senior high school for white students in Raleigh. Also on the administrative staff are J. Watson Holy- field, assistant principal, Mrs. Lillian B. Sandling, Dean of Girls, and Ronald C. Butler, Dean of Boys. On September 3, 1958, the doors of Broughton were opened to admit students. The enrollment soon increased to approxi- mately 1,750. The sophomore class, largest ever to enter the school, enrolled 711 students. The junior and senior classes followed with 558 and 472 pupils respec- tively. At present Broughton has 68 faculty members. Left to right: Mrs. Sherry W. Green, Secretary Mrs. Ruth Stephenson, Secretary Left to right: Ronald C. Butler, Dean of Boys Mrs. Lillian B. Sandling, Dean of Girls Administrators, Organizers, Planners, ffm? YT? Wei! QNN'-f-w,........ "'--...gf ,-0--tk-we w"",,"W Magma ,....,.,kx . .. - Above: ENGLISH DEPARTMENT. Insert: Mrs. Pea- cock. Left to right, seated: Mrs. Marcom, Miss Penney, Mrs. Logan, and Miss Fulcher. Standing: Miss Paschal, Mrs. Wooten, Miss Christopher, Mrs. Melton, Miss Cof- fey, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Snow and Mrs. LaFoy. Y' eff:-fs:-f.afW" Below: SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT. Left to right: Miss Stinson, Mr. Clark, Mrs. Fonville, Miss Runnion, and Mr. Beenen. smhwgi QQ, Q 535 IV" xx Q..- ,.,' :'-- E: Above: MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT. Left to fright, seated: Miss Cogdell, Mrs. Stone, and Miss Smaw. Below: LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT. Left to right Standing: Mrs. Stell, Mrs. Osborne, Mr. Blakeway, Mr. seated: Miss Strother, Mrs. Perry, and Mrs. Ladu Shealy, and Mr. Layton. Standing: Mrs. Tarlton, Mrs. Smith, and Mrs. Kahdy 0-wasp' 1 4. if sw-.. as-' Above: SCIENCE DEPARTMENT. Left to fright: Miss Freeman, Mrs. Donavant, Mr. Glover, Mr. Steed, Mrs. Shore, Miss McDearman, Mr. Jones, and Mrs. Fish. Below: ARTS DEPARTMENT. Left to right: Mrs Ehrlich, Miss Shealy, Mrs. Swain, Mr. Maddrey, Mr Smith, Mr. Green, Mrs. Gray, Mr. Morgan, Mrs. Free- man, Mr. Soufthwick, and Mr. Crawford. Insert: Mr Hamilton. ef ' W 'QQ Above: PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. Left Below: COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. Left to Tight to right: Mr. Gay, Mrs. Holyfield, Mr. Brantley, Mr. standing: Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Sharp, and Mrs. Wed- Baker, Mr. Walker, Mrs. Smaltz, and Mr. King. dington. Seated: Mrs. Darden, and Mrs. Rogers. nw-ik ..+-uw"-""""'p- S- X FACULTY MR. JOSEPH Q. HOLLIDAY, A.B., M.Ed. Principal MR. J. WATSON HOLYFIELD, B.S., M.A. Assistant Principal MRS. LILLIAN SANDLING, A.B., M.Ed. Dean of Girls MR. RONALD C. BUTLER, B.S. Dean of Boys MRS. RUTH STEPHENSON Secretary MRS. SHERRY W. GREEN Secretary MR. B. J. BAKER, B.S. Mathematics and Physical Education MR. PETER J. BEENEN, A.B. U. S. History MR. EDWARD G. BLAKEWAY Mathematics MR. HERBERT BRANTLEY, A.B., M.A. Biology and Physical Education MRS. MYRTLE G. CAMPBELL, B.S. Commercial MISS GEORGIA B. CHRISTOPHER, A.B., M.A. English MR. GARY CLARK, B.S. Social Studies MISS NATALIE COFFEY, A.B., M.A. English and Journalism MISS LESSIE COGDELL, A.B. Mathematics MR. FRANK A. CRAWFORD, B.S. Industrial Arts MRS. FRANCES DARDEN, B.S., M.A. Commercial MRS. DOROTHY DAVIS, B.S. Mathematics and Social Studies MRS. MARY B. DONAVANT, A.B. Natural Science MRS. ALICE EHRLICH, A.B. Art MRS. CATHARINE FISH, A.B., M.S. Biology MRS. J. E. FLETCHER, A.B. English and Latin MRS. MARY SUE B. FONVILLE, A.B., M.A. Social Studies MISS CLAIRE FREEMAN, A.B., M.A. Chemistry MRS. JUDITH E. FREEMAN, A.B. Choral Music and English MISS FANNIE PEARL FULGHER, A.B. English MR. PAUL GAY, B.S. Biology and Physical Education MR. IRVING T. GLOVER, B.S., M.Ed. Natural Science and Math MRS. MARILYN GRAY, B.S. Vocational Home Economics MR. J. RANDOLPH GREEN, B.S. Electronics MRS. DOROTHY G. HOLYFIELD, B.S. Physical Education MR. JAMES B. JONES, JR., B.S. Mathematics and Natural Science MRS. NELL KAHDY, A. B., M.A. French and German MR. CARROL KING, B.S., M.A. Physical Education MRS. TORA T. LADU, A.B., M.A. French and Spanish MRS. SARA C. LAFOY, A.B. English MR. JAMES T. LAYTON, B.S. Mathematics MRS. FRANK LOGAN, A.B. English and History MR. JAMES T. MADDREY, B.S. Industrial Arts MRS. J. L. MARGOM, A.B. English MISS ELLA B. MCDEARMAN, B.S., M.A. Chemistry MRS. VERA B. MELTON, B.S., M.A. Librarian MR. SAMUEL D. MORGAN, B.S. Metals MRS. LOUISE S. OSBORNE, A.B., M.S. Mathematics MISS LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, A.B., M.A English and Journalism MRS. PHYLLIS A. PEACOCK, A.B., M.A. English MISS MARY PENNEY, B.S., M.A. English MRS. ANNE PERRY, A.B., M.A. Spanish MRS. NAN W. PRICE, A.B. Dramatics, English MRS. SARAH M. ROGERS, B.S. Commercial MISS HELEN RUNNION, A.B., M.A. Social Studies MRS. JENNIE W. SHARP, A.B. Commercial MISS BETTY SHEALY, B.S. Vocational Home Ec. MR. W. F. SHEALY, A.B. Science and Mathematics MRS. NANCY B. SHORE, B.S. Science MRS. WILLIAM SMALTZ, B.S. Physical Education MISS ANNIE SMAW, B.S., M.S. Mathematics and Psychology MRS. EMITA V. SMITH, A.B. Spanish MR. FARMER S. SMITH, B.S., M.A. Diversified Occupations MRS. NANCY HILL SNOW, A.B., M.A. English MR. RICHARD E. SOUTHWICK, B.S., M.A. Instrumental Music MR. FRANK W. STEED, M.A. Science I MRS. HATTIE ELLICE STELL, B.S., M.Ed. Mathematics MISS NELL E. STINSON, A.B., M.A. Social Studies MRS. HAZEL STONE, A.B. Mathematics MISS MELISSA STROTHER, A.B. Latin MRS. VIRGINIA S. SWAIN, B.S., M.A. Social Studies and Home Economics MRS. W. S. TARLTON, A.B., M.A. French and English MRS. ELIZABETH F. WEDDINGTON, B.S. Commercial MR. CYLDE WALKER, A.B. Physical Education MRS. MARGARET WOOTEN, A.B. English and Speech and Dramatic Art . i , A SSL' O O Parent Teacher Association . 7, 4 ,, ,,L,W, 7 ,w'h Theme for the Year ,,,.... X "BUILDING FOR MATURITY IN A DEMOCRACY" SEPTEMBER 15-"Become Aoquaintod With Your Schooli' ..,. . I V, , - ""' ,V,. Z Class Visitations "' OCTOBER 6 -:iplosler Relationship Between Parent, Student and eac er" up V Parents of Seniors . OCTOBER 13 -Parents of Juniors nii. OCTOBER 20 -'Parents Of Sophomofes f NOVEMBER 17 -"Mi1itory Information for Junior and Senior Boys and . Parents" DECEMBER 15 -"Needham Broughton Band and Chorus" 3. 'fifii FEBRUARY 16 -"Current School Legislation"-J. E. Miller, Assistant 555' ' State Superintendent of Public Instruction A ai MARCH 16 -"Your Student Council" E qvnnunl O lvvnvlllu gecogiiitionlqof Seniors Vgith Average of 90 and Above - epor on Omina ing ommit ee , Q , APRIL 20 -"Arts Festival of the Industrial Arts Department" Supermtendent of Raletgh Ctty Schools Installation of Officers OFFICERS MY. Shavender ,v....-- ........................... P Tesident Mrs. Jenny Sharpe ,,,,,..,,,,---.,.- Cgrresponding Sec?-eta?-y Mrs. Owen F. Smith ......... ........ F irst Vice-President Dr. W. W, Austin ,,.--.-.,,,,,-,--.......-- ,--------...--..'-..'. T ,-easurer Mrs. W. K. Shaw .........,.. ....... S econd Vice-President Mr. Glenn C, Klingman .A,--q.-,,q---A--------, ---'.-.,.,-,"-- A uditm, Mrs. J. D. Hartman ...... .............. R ecording Secretary Mr. Richard P, Pierce ..,,,,.,,,,,. ,,-----, p afliamentarian Mr. Joseph Q. Holliday .................,........,........... Principal SCHOOL BOARD 932575 wig: SCHOOL BOARD. Left to right, seated: Jesse O. Sanderson, Mayor W. G. Enloe, and Mrs. J. L. Stough. Standing: Fred Carnage, Willie York, Victor Fisher, Leroy Martin and Lewis H. Powell. Elf 3 Ei ji 15 is 33 2 6 E 2 4 5 K if I F K? E ff gi I. R. ln per. 21:1 per. yd per. lfth par. Sth per. 69: per. 101 per. M- W 8.55 9,05 10,05 J-1:05 L-1,35 12:3 1,55 2:30 IMI H. R. ln per. ZH per. 3:11 per. 'oth per. 5th per. 6th per. 78: per. 9:00 10100 11100 11:50 12: 5 1: 2:35 3:33 nnrnnnr DB - -I+ -lb .. nach: 203 mg' 3-It me. 3-1. ms' 3-k nm' 3-It umm annv 1 mum 3 1+ unch 3 ununl3 umcn new 3 1+ PnyTe1g1og nam 3-11 Ord ms' 053, 913, 011.1 mg. 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M fm? o ll li Math 353 if? i wk if Art Sociology .,.u'0 Hlumuuuggg SENIOR CLASS 539523 xmimw X l'Q06G58ifi2B 'fI9W3i'3f!.i3ffi!iE12i Typing ,md Shop Chem Lab G1r1s Gym fa SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MAC GOODWIN .......... ........A......,......... .............. P r eszdent DON CARMICHAEL ...... ......,. V ice-President SANDRA SHAW A..... ........,..Sec'retary BROOKS GARNETT ,....... ........,........... T reaswrer BOBBY SODEN ......... ....,..,. S ergeant-at-Arms Miss COGDELL ,,..... ' ....................Admso'r ELAINE HARTO1-'ELIS ...... .....,,.. M ascot ELIZABETH ANN ADAMS "Ann" sweet . . . friendly . . . pretty hair Library Club 2, 35 Library Committee 25 Y-Teens 2, 4. ELIZABETH ANN ADAMS "Betsy'l 1!10 . . . high stepper . . . blue eyes Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 45 Career Day 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 3. RENEE LEE AGUIRRE t'Renee" Rene . . . school's little helper . . . N.B.H.S. booklceeper Library Assistant 2, 35 Civil Defense Committee 35 Hos- pitality Committee 2, 35 Bookkeeping Assistant for the School 45 Orchestra 2. EVANGELINE SPIROS ALEXIOU "Angie" quiet . . . nice to know . . . friendly Mizpah Devotional Group 25 Office Assistant 3, 45 Mimeo- graph Assistant 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. BRENDA JOYCE ALLEN "Brenda" quiet . . . nice to know . . . third finger, left hand Library 25 Office Assistant 45 Park View High School, South Hill, Virginia 3. JOANNE LEE ALLEN 'tJoanne" 1f10. .. Bill . . .sweet . . .nice to know Assembly Committee 35 Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 25 Office Assistant 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4. MARGO HESTER ALLSBROOK "Margo" petite . . . sweet . . . Mrs. Library Committee 25 Y-Teens 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Var- sity Band 2. CHARLES BURKE AMICK t'Char1es" studious . . . government class . . . lover Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4. EDWARD JOHNSTON ANDERSON "Eddiel' Ederd . . . navy bound . . . seen laughing Student Council Alternate 25 Library Committee 25 Audio-Visual Committee 35 French Club 2, 35 Library Club 32, 35 Track 2, 35 Student Council Program Chair- man . WALTER GLENN ANDREWS, JR. "Glenn" Chevy . . . nice . . . English whiz? Homeroom Officer 25 Audio-Visual Club 3, 45 School Store 25 German Club 2, 35 Library Club 3, 4. Wk Veer Seniors ii' 'I paw, U- . t 8 an 0- ,,,,,.,, '::r .: 'S f ,jf,fgi:,', N . 95 is f f 5.,,,,,. V M 2 'Sig if: 31 Class of '59 I-'-. mf M880 is-9g,fv S-qw -QV' 1.55- I.f,15s? r . -'-- 1 'l-'-- A , -. . its 2 Wa'--'W 'Ky .rm W ,iss :,. ,f . ,ies , . , ,fi 1: 5 ' 91 SUSAN ROBENA ASTIN "Suzie" short stuff . . . F.H.A .... leads the line Executive Council of Student Council 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 25 Lost and Found Committee Chairman 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4, Unit Parliamentarian 2, Chapter Vice- President 3, Chapter President 45 College Day 35 Career Day 3. MARIE STUART AUSTIN "Stuart" N H S . . . tennis crazy . . . courteous Student Council Representative 25 Class Council 35 Class Secretary 35 Student Council Congress 35 Projects Com- mittee 45 Intramural Sports Committee 35 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 35 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 4, Secre- tary 4. PATRICIA ANN BADDERS "Pat" pretty hair . . . dimples . . . talk, talk, talk Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 25 Mimeograph Assistant 35 Future Homemakers of America 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 25 LATIPAC Staff 4. ARTHUR MONROE BAILEY "Mickey" smart . . . nice . . . talkative Little Theater 25 Mizpah Devotional Group 35 Boys' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Swimming 2. LINDA ELAINE BAILEY "Linda" nice . . . Meredith . . . quiet lFrench Club 2, 35 Library Club 2, 35 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3. WARREN GATTIS BAILEY "Warren" laugh . . . intellectual Homeroom Officer 25 Student Council Alternate 35 Latin Club 2. PEGGY NASH BAKER "Peg" cute . . . pretty hair . . . sweet gal Homeroom Officer 45 Publicity Committee 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Library Assistant 35 Band Assistant 35 Future Home- makers of America 2, 3, 4, Unit Reporter 2, Unit Vice- President 3, Unit Parliamentarian 45 Career Day 3. AMY JEFFERSON BALLOWE "Amy" quiet . . . hard worker . . . sweet but sophisticated French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Cast of "My Three Angels" 35 "The Bishop Misbehaves" 25 "The Man Who Came to Dinnern 35 Golden Masquers 3, 4, Vice-President 4. WILLARD HAROLD BARBEE K'Willard" cool breeze . . . Impala . . . music man Class Council 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Student Co- operative Committee 35 Elections Committee 45 Hospi- tality Committee 25 German Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Drum Major 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Sym- Dhonic Band 2, 35 Circus Band 2, 3, 45 Track Team 35 Boys' State 3. LEON WORTH BARBER "Leon" German whiz? . . . quiet . . . e'verybody's friend Student Council A1ternate5 Class Council 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Civil Defense 45 German Club 2, 35 National Forensic League 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 45 Col- lege Day 4. , ...,. , b .xc QQ ,, gg 1 Q ,gf Seniors 9:-I. fqlnw.-W 5 'UM' i"'V'F9" iii? -nr'-1...-u., Nbr' 'WM ix GEORGE DONALD BAREFOOT 'tDonald" crazy . . . intellectualff! . . . nice EDGEWORTH BEDDOES BARNES 'KEdgeworth" math class . . . dark . . . quiet German Club 3, 4g Symphonic Band l. ORVILLE KENNETH BARNES, III "Ken" one of the five . . . talented . . . NOK" Penn High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2, Basket- ball 2g Football 2, Boys' Chorus 25 Marching Band 2, School Paper Staff 25 Symphonic Band 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Little Theater 3. DANNY BATCHELOR "Danny" ladies man . . . smoothie . . . tall n' handsome Student Council Representative 2, Hi-Y 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, President 4. CHARLES FRANKLIN BATCHELDER "Charles" Chilli . . . one of the quiet ones . . . English brainC?J Intramural Sports Committee 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Li- brary Club 2. GEORGE BATTS "George'y actor . . . tall'un . . . quiet? Golden Masquers 3, 4, President 4. NANCY LOU BELVIN "Nancy" crazy . . . goof-off . . . friendly Y-Teens 2, 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, Unit Song Leader 3. ROY RAY BENNETT "Ray" Layton's pal? . . . tall . . . freckles Homeroom Officer 3. BAXTER BARRINGTON BENSON "Barry" "Bullard" . . . true enthusiast . . . hound . . . easy going Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4g Elections Committee 3, Ger- man Club 2g Basketball 33 J.V. Basketball 2. WILLIAM IRWIN BERRYHILL, JR. "Bugg" Dingle . . . Tar Heel U . . . likes jazz Student Council Representative 2, 35 Class Council 4, Homeroom Officer 45 Publicity Committee 45 Projects Committee 4, Monogram Club 4, Track 2, 3, Career Day 3. DELL STEWART BETHUNE "Dell" cute . . . lively eyes . . . motor mouth Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 25 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 4. BETTY JANE BLAKE "Betty Jane" red on the head . . . horses . . . W.C. bound Homeroom Officer 2, 35 French Club 35 Y-Teens 35 Future Teachers of America 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Unit Song Leader 2. MARTHA HANNA BLALOCK 'tHanna" little one . . . dark . . . quiet French Club 2, 35 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 25 Future Teachers of America 45 Future Homemakers of America, Unit Treasurer 2. KAYE FRANCES BLEDSOE 'tKaye" bop fiend . . . laughing eyes . . . sweet . . . State Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Varsity Band 2. JOHN CLAUDE BOONE 'tJohnny" the blonde one . . . smile . . . easy going JOHN MARK BOONE, III "Mark" friendly guy . . . nice to know . . . likable Homeroom Officer 25 Spanish 3, 4. ANDREA JANE BOTH "Andy" Tony . . . Catheral Latin . . . friendly French Club 3, 45 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Inter- Club Council 3. JAMES SCOTT BOWERS "Scott" Dooby . . . true enthusiast . . . V.I.R .... our boy Student Council Alternate 25 Class Council 45 Class Presi- dent 25 Homeroom Officer 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, Vice-President 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 Track 2, 3. MARY LOU BRADLEY "Mary Lou" "Lulu" . . . beautiful eyes . . . tall 'n dark Homeroom Officer 25 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Mimeograph Assistant 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 4. JOSEPH FULTON BRADSHAW "Joe" goof-out . . . nice and quiet . . . Mercury Hi-Y 25 Diversified Occupation Club 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Career Day 3. 25 1 + 5 A x ,. Q . 4 --,. Class of '59 1+ B-fi. H',,,.i,.:. Kg' ,f -i 4 5 N,.,,,s. L an Qi MK- we ,ir N ,, 1 , I ,,f,i,,.. .- ' ' . , .,,,,. ..: .-.. . s - . -:.g.,, - ,.,,,,,.t- L ,.:, ,, ,su M L 5, f i , 43.23 'f ail-Wifi 5.... s ff 2 if 3" r : 1 fi il il Nbr' aim'- ...ng,,,. ,.,,. I 5 a s, 5 2 f i E .,., 5 . 'S H .f , 'f LINDA GAYLE BRADSHAW "Linda" snow girl . . . smile . . . cute as a button Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office As- sistant 35 Mimeograph Assistant 45 Future Teachers of America 2. MILDRED VIRGINIA BRANTLEY "Virginia" 1!10 . . . dependable . . . sweet Homeroom Officer 35 Sports Committee 35 Poster Com- mittee Chairman 45 French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2. EARL WINFREY BRIAN "Earl" brains . . . Goose . . . across the street . . . dead man Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Civil Defense Committee 35 Elections Committee 45 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Junior Varisty Football 25 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Career Day 35 Business Manager-Magazine Sale 3. LARRY KENNETH BRIDGES "Larry" Uncle Remus . . . tough guy? . . . Anne Homeroom Officer 45 Diversified Occupation 4. BARBARA LOUISE BRIDGERS 'tBarbara" fabulous dancer! . . . State 'men . . . that hair Saint Mary's Junior College 35 Freshman Assembly 35 May Day Program 35 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 4. MARJORIE JOYCE BRIDGES t'Joyce" quiet . . . blondie . . . sweet Homeroom Officer 35 Office Assistant 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3. ERNEST POWELL BRINKLEY, JR. UE. P." Elf . . .-hot Ford . . . that grin Student Council 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 45 German Club 2, 35 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Golf 2, 3, 4. JANET ELIZABETH BRINKLEY "Jan" dark . . . quiet . . . nice to know Spanish Club 35 Future Hornemakers of America 2. ANNE MARIE BRITT 'tAnne" 1!10 . . . Wayne . . .pass the ice . . . H. H. A. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. NANCY ANTIONETTE BRITT "Nancyy' Samie House . . . cute . . . clothes Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Office Assistant 35 Mimeograph Assistant 4. 'WMA i Seniors 'bf . WS' I:f:"f,,.g"i?:'1':':'f s - A ,,.x..-fx I .,: tv' Y x A mt,- -'-. f' A wb'-qs nr-ff wwf" . VIRGINIA LEE BRITT "Ginny" blondie . . . Gilmartin WH1Z??? . . . State Homeroom Officer 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 3 Mimeograph Assistant 4. TOM BROOKINS "Tommy" Paula . . . beach boy NANCEE CAROLE BROWN "Nancee" that walk . . . punchy . . . sunglasses Homeroom Officer 45 German Club 2, 35 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 4. JO ROBERTA BROWN "Roberta" freckles . , . nice gal . . . dark eyes Latin Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Future Homemakers of America Unit Song- leader 2. WILLIAM HAND BROWNE 'tBi1ly" quiet . . . let's do it again . . . nice Marching Band 2, 35 Varsity Band 2, 35 Diversified Oc- cupation 4. VIRGINIA BRIDGERS BROWNING t'Virginia" Ginger . . . fiddler . . . blond Assembly Committee 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Little Theatre 45 National Forensic League 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Inter-Club Council 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, 4, Song Leadi-rr Z5 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All-State Member 35 Winged Wor s . GEORGE FULGHUM BRYAN t'George" Pepsi Tune-Ager . . . Jerge Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Hospitality Committee 35 March- ing Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 2, 35 Circus Band 2, 35 Track 3. JERRY WAYNE BRYANT t'Jerry" Midge!!! . . . wit and a half . . . nice as they come Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Hi-Y 25 Boys' Chorus 25 Diversified Occupation 45 Dis- tributive Education 3. JUDITH ANNE BUCHANAN "Judy" tall'un . . . State . . . pretty hair Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Girls' Chorus 25 College Day 35 Career Day 4. STUART BUCHANAN t'Stuart" blondie . . . goof-off . . . let's do it again 27 r Class of '59 ATS?- ?'i ,jfs A, il 5,4gg,'MM ab. if iii 'Qi' fmqw. at ,. i r .5 I tx' QQV KA 54 . 'K A li. .ai .. ' -2:-.:. T, .Y W . ,3 5 -- -1 fi f --'-- 1 -:gave-L.4:,s5:,:s,. , J I It 11? .ma 43" TW -MQI7' rj" W iffy. Sv' ""d"' tit ff: Q K' 5-is 37 ' ' Af. 5 gets wg-new 1 K A 1 kv Q -If YN pix: j 2 .854 " .ifislfiifilii 4 ,fig gg'f:'jf-Q . , asf is fir' Mx I 'Q .:'A 4 I 5 -'Wil Nw 1 "'P': I I Seniors cw.-W -t""""'-7' W 7 :E SALEM COOPER BULLARD "Salem" goof-off . . . full of fun . . . always talking Spanish Club 3, 45 Rocket Club 35 College Day 45 Jr Science Symposium 3. MARJORIE RUTH BUNCH "Margie" nice to know . . . quiet . . . pretty eyes Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3. MARY TEMPLE BYRUM "Mary" beach girl . . . extra sweet . . . Bo . . . eyes of blue Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 45 Future Homemakers of America 3. JACQUALYN JUNE CADDELL "June" pretty hair . . . nice . . . clothes!! Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Office Assist- ant 25 Mimeograph Assistant 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3. WILLIAM JOHN CAMERON "J0hn,' N. H. S .... great guy . . . friendly Executive Council of Student Council 45 Student Council Alternate 25 Class Council 35 Homeroom Officer 35 Student Co-operative Committee 3, Chairman 45 Hi-Y Sergeant - at - Arms 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, President 45 Orchestra 3, 45 College Day 35 Career Day 3. ANNE GREY CAMPBELL "Anne" eyes . . . peaches 'n cream . . . pretty as a picture Student Council Representative 45 Little Theater 25 Li- brary Club 2, 35 Future Teachers of America 45 College Day 4. RICHARD ALLAN CANADAY "Richard" smart? . . . English whiz? . . . Mercury BARBARA ANN CARLYLE "Bobbie" Dom-Lis . . . friendly . . . pretty hair . . . "Georgie" Cary High School, Cary, N. C. 25 Homeroom Officer 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Office Assistant 4, DONALD TAYLOR CARMICHAEL "Donn Ameche . . . service . . . N. H. S .... school store Executive Council 45 Student Council Representative 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 45 Class Vice-President 45 Chair- man School Store 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Varsity Football 25 Boys' State 3. MARTHA ANN CARPER one of the tweens . . . pretty hair . . . neat 'n sweet Student Co-operative 35 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Inter-Club Council 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 45 Hi-Times Staff 25 College Day 4. 28 Class of '59 . . :fl "'1""'f"' - i in .. -..wa 'W ,.,, , MWK -- ave ' .ev , ,.Zl'g.... ,gg MM a,,,,- 5: rinrw i Q1 ,.N,.,:,, Q' 3.. . . if " ' W! as Q W A - adm! 1 ' Y I sf. tk ' 5 'T ' t ' A iff? it N' 'ii i i 2 L " X ff' 5 LILLIE SUZANNAH CARPER "Sue' the other "tween" . . . pretty hair too . . . sweet gal Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Inter-Club Coun- cil 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 45 Girls' Chorus 25 College Day 4. MAUDE ELLEN CARROLL "Maude" one of the red-heads . . . quiet . . . nice gal Library Club 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Mixed Chorus 2. RAYMOND CURTIS CATLETT t'Raymond" Roy's . . . friendly . . . quiet JAN HORACE CHAMPION 'tBuck" dreamy eyes . . . Mr. Executive . . . never say Jan Class Council 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Social Stand- ards Committee 45 German Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 College Day 45 Career Day 3. KATHERINE ELLIS CHEVES "Kay" "Butch" . . . Cheerleader . . . million-dollar smile Executive Council of Student Council 45 Student Council Treasurer 45 Student Council Alternate 35 Class Coun- cil 35 Class Treasurer 35 Homeroom Officer 25 Student Co-operative Committee 3, 45 House and Grounds Com- mittee 25 Little Theater 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Cheerleader 45 Career Day 3. NANCY LEE CLARK "Nancy" voice . . . sweet as can be . . . smart Intramural Sports Committee 45 Little Theater 25 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. DAVID RANDALL CLEMENTS "Randall" goof-off . . . oh, that English class . . . specs CAROLYN ELIZABETH COATES "Carolyn" clothes . . . personality . . . great dancer Homeroom Officer 35 Y-Teen 2, 35 LATXPAC Staff 4. THOMAS GATEWOOD COFFEY "Tommy" golfer . . . Monogram boy . . . nice guy Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Monogram Club 45 Audio Visual Club 45 Golf 3, 45 Career Day 3. JAMES HUBURT COLEMAN, JR. "Jimmy'l Chevy . . . cute . . . English Whiz? . . . friendly Homeroom Officer 25 College Day 3. 29 SARAH ALICE COLLINS "Sarah" innocent . . . sweet . . . typist Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Latin Club 2g Little Theater 2, 3, Library Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3. ROY CLIFTON COLTRAINE "Clifton" dramatics . . . Wendell High School . . . math class Wendell High School, Wendell, N. C. 2, Little Theater 3, Future Farmers of America 2, Class Reporter 2, National Honor Society Club 2. KENNETH ROGER COPE "Ken" good guy . . . driver? . . . English class CRAIGG AUSTIN CORDELL "Craigg" lover? . . . nice guy . . . short stuff French Club 2, 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Mizpah De- votional Group 3, Baseball Team Manager 2, 3, College Day 3. GRACE SUZANNE COX 'iSuzanne" short 'n sweet . . . math whiz? . . . friendly Latin Club 2, 3, Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 4, Future Homemakers of America 2. WILLIAM FRONTIS CREDLE t'Bill" Whitey . . . smart!! . . . talkative . . . math brain Homeroom Officer 3, School Store Committee 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, Symphonic Band 2. EDWARD HATHAWAY CROSS g'Hathaway" Happy . . . Red . . . a quiet one Intramural Sports Committee 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. WILLIAM BRONIE CRUMPLER t'Buddy" N. H. S .... tall'un . . . quiet Executive Council of Student Council 4, Homeroom Of- ficer 2, Civil Defense Committee 3, Intramural Sports Committee Chairman 4, Monogram Club 4, Hi-Y 3, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Baseball Manager 3, Career Day 3, Spanish Club 3. LEONARD BURKS CRUMPLER NBurks" Count Cabeza . . . Tar Heel U . . . true enthusiast . . . Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Intramural Sports Committee 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. JERRY DURAND CURRIE newcomer . . . tall . . . southern accent Fayetteville, North Carolina 2, 3, Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2, Intramural Basketball 3. 30 U i 'Qs 'S ,, . , EX assiqgk it ,N i -. 'tx , its ,fl -,.- ' . if I iq ??sEi f1 r , ' it g ii M si 3, b si ' i gzwsf- t "'1:'.f':-5' ' A . .A was M ,si 'SEN ' Seniors s, ,'.2., ,..,. 1 A Q . 3 'Kuhn' 5 wifi duh as-Q3 , . dwg, .M J A Class of '59 ,anime ra Q iii MI? was in ' 1 1. YV' at ,M hw 'iam ' W ,sis-'N is M HW ,,, S .. , sh LOUIS MANLY CURTIS "Chip" little man . . . Spanish whiz? . . . friendly Swimming 2, 4. JOHN DUDLEY DALHOUSE "Dudley" Dignified? . . . Mercury . . . Doodley Homeroom Officer 45 German Club 2, 35 Little Theater 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 25 Orchestra 2. JOHN WALLACE DANIEL, Jr. 'tJohnny" "Moose1' . . . outfielder . . . Mr. Monogram Club . . . Class Council 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 School Store 3, 45 French Club 3, President 45 Monogram Club 3, President 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Career Day 3. ALFRED JOHN DANIELS "John" once a friend always a friend . . . shy?! Intramural Sports Committee 25 Winged Words 4. BEVERLY MARIA DANIELEY t'Bever1y" Bev . . . boys . . , beautiful hair Poster Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 4. MARGARET ROGERS DARDEN "Margaret', quiet . . . oh, that math . . . loves Florida Spanish Club 35 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Winged Words 3, 4. HELEN DAVIS nice to know . . . always talking . . . southern accent JOE D. DAVIS 'fJoe" quiet . . . math genius??? . . . blond THOMAS MICHAEL DAVIS 'fMike" big boy . . . friendly . . . smile Audio-Visual 35 Library Club 35 Office Assistant 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Varsity Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 4. JOHN RISHTON DAVIS "Rishton" nice to know . . . Rick . . . easy going 31 .,.i 3 fair ima g ..., I- '. . Ti 'Wigs P fy-Q 4317 . .asawai ' ' it W.:-4. ' .- gnfyiawkis. ' 5 A.. Seniors was -W' aa., , ipsum '3'P1s up-w--M H A1... A ggg 655.gif 4-if 'QT' ROBERT WADE DEAN "Robert" Smiley . . . Smokey . . . big boy Audio-Visual 2. MARK VAUGHAN DENNIS "Mark" Shine . . . true enthusiast . . . likes jazz Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Audio-Visual Committee 2, 3. MARY CLAIRE DENTON 'tMary" Johnny . . . neat . . . feminine Audio-Visual 3, Library Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Girls' Athletic Association 3, Teacher Assistant 4, F.H.A. 2, 3. SARA JANE DERR "Sally" Bub . . . those eyes . . . poise . . . good looking Student Council Alternate 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 4, Mizpah Devotional Group 4, Future Teachers of America 4, F.H.A. 4, Hi-Times Staff 4, LATIPAC Staff 4, College Day 3. KENNETH DEALTONE DICKINSON "Docie" Doc . . . Mr. Key Club . . . Boss Student Council Representative 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Publicity Committee 3, Sports Committee 4, Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, President 4, Service Club 3, Sergeant-at- Arms 4, Marshal 3, 4, Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, Editor-in-chief 4, LATIPAC Staff 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Queen of Hearts Escort 2, 4, College Day 2, Delegate- Key Club International Convention, Delegate-Key Club District Convention 3. SIMON CLAYTON DIXON "Simon" Bull-dog . . . Simple Simon . . . big bopfper . . . bouncer Executive Council of Student Council 4, Student Coun- cil Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Social Standards Committee 2, Elections Committee Chairman 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Marshall 2, Boys' Chorus 2, Ensemble 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Alternate Captain 4, Track 2, 3, Boys' State 2, College Day 3. 8 MARY LOUISE DORRIS "Mary Lou" Lou . . . Our Queen . . . lovely to look at . . . Carolina Student Council Representative 2, Class Treasurer 2, Homeroom Officer 3, School Store Committee 4, French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Latin Club 2, Little Theater 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Queen of Hearts Court 2, 3, 4, Queen 4. CHARLES BRAXTON DOUGLAS t'D0n" cute . . . money boy . . . eyes . . . Ford Distributive Education 4, Winged Words 2, Homeroom Officer 2. MARY EVELYN DUGHI one of the group . . . figure! . . . really great gal Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Spanish Club 3, Library Club 3, Career Day 3, Poster Committee 4, Youth Council 4. ELEANOR CAROL DUNCAN "Carol" perfect lady . . . back seat driver . . . I know I failed Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens 2, Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Projects Chairman 3, 4, College Day 3. 32 FREDDIE DUNCAN smile . . . little bit . . . Navy WILLIAM HERBERT DUNCAN "Bill" one of the greatest . . . Biblical Bill . . . athlete Student Council Representative 25 Class Council 35 Home- room Officer 2, 3, 45 Elections Committee 45 Maintenance Committee 3, 45 House and Grounds Committee 25 Proj- ects Committee 45 Monogram Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Ensemble 45 Foot- ball 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Swimming 2, 35 Track 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4. WALLACE STANHOPE DUNN "'Wa1lace" .Skeeter . . . laugh-a-minute . . . party boy . . . blondie Homeroom Officer 45 French Club 2, 3. BETTY JO DUPREE "Betty Jo" quiet . . . sweet . . . B.J. Mimeograph Assistant 4. BOBBY GENE EASON "Bobby" Audio-Visual 4. GEORGIA ANN EASON "Georgia" Jetter . . . 'vivacious . . . some dancer Spanish Club 35 Y-Teens 4. ELMER OTIS EDGERTON "Bobby" EO . . . really great guy . . . shorty fhahj . . . golfer Student Council Representative 2, 35 Class Council 45 Homeroom President 45 Elections Committee 35 Main- tenance Committee 25 French Club 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 J.V. Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 25 Golf 3, 45 College Day 3. CARL ELMO EDWARDS 'tCarl" nice . . . math brain . . . quiet Homeroom Officer 45 Intramural Sports Committee 45 German Club 25 College Day 4. NANCY ELIZABETH EDWARDS "Nancy" Sweet . . . in the Court . . . cute! cute! cute! Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Al- ternate 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Social Standards Com- mittee 25 Projects Committee 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Mizpah Devotional Group 25 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Marshal 45 Queen of Hearts Court 3, 45 College Day 3. CREIGHTON BRYANT EDWARDS "Creighton" C.B .... tall'un . . . shy Class Council 45 Homeroom President 4, 33 Class of '59 5 Q W n iq.,- hk .. QR Y-"nf, QL., 'J' N. "" S . "W .. 2,5 1-. .g: .25f .. . 5 52 I 'H Q ri -sf f-ww ""'1.-.c se EE Zigi 1 ,gs arp 11 4 '-r' ar VU e A-amuwq, , as Wag, 3" -":s W . 5, gg ki, ,,... .. ef" "iv BUENA VISTA EDWARDS "Vista" sings . . . pretty hair . . . tall gal French Club 3, 4, Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 2, En- semble 2, 3, 4, President 4, College Day 4. THOMAS HAROLD ELLIOTT "Tommy" THOMAS EUBANKS "Tommy" ROSEMARY ELAINE EURY "Rosemary" Red . . . Rainbow . , . busy girl Homeroom Officer 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Girls' Chorus 2, F.H.A. 2, Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, President 3, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 4, Little Theater 2, 3, Student Council Representative 2. JANE FIELDS FADUM 'iJane" nice to know . . . independent . . . quiet Projects Committee 4, French Club 3, 4, Little Theater 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Future Teachers of America 4, F.H.A. 3. IRENE SOPHRONIA FELTNER t'Renie" blondie . . . oh, those eyes . . . little doll Sacred Heart Academy, Belmont, N. C. 3, Latin Club 2, Sheild Staff 3, Gradatium Staff, Assembly 2, Shake- spearian Club 2, Social Standards 3, Reception 3. JAMES MARSHALL FERGUSON 'tJimmy', Fergy . . . great guy Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Traffic Committee 4, German Club 2, 3, Senior Guidance Committee 4, Student Mili- tary Information Chairman 4. JAMES STANLEY FERRELL 'tStan1ey'l character . . . freckles . . . Stan Varsity Band 1, D.O. 4. CALVIN D. WOODROW FERREL "Woodie" Woodrow . . . Dook Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Social Standards Committee 3, Intramural Sports Committee 4, Hi-Y 3. SARAH ELIZABETH FISH t'Sarah" football fan . . . fun to know . . . tops Avondale High School, Avondale Estates, Georgia 2, Pep Club 2, Latin Club 2, Blue Star Honor Society 2, Student Council Representative 4, Poster 4, Little Theater 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Vice-President 4, Inter-Club Council 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4. 34 Seniors v3"""v 3 sa -s ,mi 'W' ur K . Q an SWM' 'H I 59" 'Sa' .Q H fs- H-ng, 3. A- A ig...-l ix 'we I' agony... ir JN-F as if ..., ..,., is Class of '59 MARGARET LUPTON FOGLEMAN ulVlaI'gaI'6t', Fog . . . Topsy Part II . . . Ala. . . . P. M. B. . ":: ,Q Little Theater 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group " ' 'X 5 1 "Z' Z" 35 Future Teachers of America 3, 4. VQI' 'if' 'T' JUDITH ARMENIA FOWLER "Judy" nice . . . always busy . . . talkative REBEKAH JOAN FRANKLIN "Becky" Jack . . . pretty hair . . . neat Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 35 Lost and Found Committee 35 Traffic Com- mittee 45 Sports Committee 25 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Office Assistant 35 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 College Day 25 Career Day 2. ta BARRY NEWBOLD FRAZELLE "Barry" everybody's friend . . . Barry Boy . . . keep traffic moving Executive Council of Student Council 45 Class Council 2 35 Homeroom President 2, 35 Traffic Committee Chair- man 45 Standards Committee 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Service Club 45 National Honor Society 4. ELIZABETH KEIGHRON FUQUA "Betsy" one of the best . . . speeches . . . Jimmy French Club 2, 3, 45 National Forensic League 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 35 Winged Words 4. BROOKS GEDDIE GARNETT "Brooks, service . . . ready, willing and able . . . Teen Tattler Student Council Representative 35 Class Council 45 Class Treasurer 45 Homeroom Officer 25 Student Council Con- gress 35 Library Committee 35 Assembly Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Little Theater 45 Speech Club 2, 3, 45 National Forsenic League 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 45 Library Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 45 Inter-Club Council 3, 4, President 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 45 Ensemble 45 Winged Words 45 Cast of Play The Man Who Came to Dinner 45 College Day 35 Junior Civic Council 3, 4. JIMMY MCGEE GARRETT "Jimmy" , ,gi snowman . . . big M . . . English whiz?? w, f N 'VW Latin Club 25 Boys' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 2. jg, ,.,. , Q i JOE HARRELL GARRIS "Harrell" ss, HOWARD REED GARRISS "HowardH tall and handsome . . . Wolfpack fan Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Poster Committee 35 Track Team 2, 35 Career Day 3. LINDA FAYE GARRIS "Linda'i sweet . . . talkative . . . math whiz?? Library Club 4. IW ARTHUR LEE GEASLEN, JR. "Arthur" Blitz . . . English brain? . . . friendly Latin Club 2: Swimming 2. EDGAR MCPHAIL GEDDIE "Macl' one of the quiet ones . . . math class . . . S. C. Student Council Representative 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Varsity Band 2, 3. JO ANN GIDDENS "Jo Anne" Jo Wane . . . Miss Priss . . . smart . . , Doug Little Theater 25 Mizpah Devotional Group 45 Mixed Chorus 2. DORIS ATHALIA GILL f'Athalia" State . . . C. U .... that walk Library Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Mimeograph Assistant 35 Future Teachers of America 3. LEILA ANNETTE GILL 'tAnnette" our editor . . . brain . . . long distance . . . Dook Student Council Alternate 2, 45 Homeroom Secretary 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 35 German Club 4, Presi- dent 45 Little Theater 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Speech Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 4, Projects Co-Chairman 45 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 45 College Day 35 Career Day 35 Jr. Science Symposium 35 Office As- sistant 3, 45 Jr. High Orientation Committee 35 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor 35 LATIPAC Staff 4, Editor- in-Chief 4. DAN EDWARD GILLIS "Dan" study hall kid . . . dark good looks . . . Lawton's loss, our gain Lawton High School, Lawton, Oklahoma 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Intramural Sports Committee 4. WESLEY WILSON GILMORE, JR. "Buddie" Ford . . . math class . . . little one BETTY JO GLOVER ftBetty Jo" tall, dark . . . diamond . . . quiet Library Club 3. PATRICIA ANN GOETTE 'tPat" tall 'n blonde . . . Chieftain gal . . . new here Tampa, Florida, Chamberlain High School 2, 35 Library Club 2, 35 F.H.A. 2, 3. LESTER MCGEE GOODWIN, JR. t'Mac" Sr. President . . . nice as they come Class Vice-President 25 President 3, 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 25 Student Council 35 Civil Defense Committee 35 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Ensemble 45 Jr. High School Orientation Committee 35 Queen of Hearts Escort 45 Boys' State 35 College Day 3. 36 Mg., 3 W . . Seniors WW ,wrt 'QM-w -ev' ,Q 'NL-0 . .... Q - Nun az-My is kt 3 is sk Q' 5 if 5:23225 uf-W. ,m,,X . .,.b:' , gt. A. Q L? nxvaift i i She K .K K, E W QQ 5 .4 X -f WX' fit' fm M,- afwh' QQ" wiapm LEWIS REGGIE GOODWIN the Reg .... lover Ihorsesj Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Al- ternate 45 Class Council 3, 45 Homeroom President 35 Student Co-operative Committee 45 Intramural Sports Committee 2, 35 College Day 35 Career Day 3. CECIL YVONNE GOSS "Yvonne" Revlon . . . loves books!! . . . smart Y-Teens 25 Mimeograph Assistant 45 Orchestra 2, 3. LAURA ELIZABETH GRADY "Laura" short stuff . . . worker . . . beautiful girl Homeroom Officer 25 School Store 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 Ensemble 4. TOMMY GREEN "Tommy" ERNEST LELAND GREENE, JR. "Ernest" Math whiz . . . band . . . nice to know Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 2, 3, 4. MARY JO GREENLEAF "Mary Jo" Jo . . . sweet . . . pretty hair Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 Mimeograph As- sistant 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4. WALTON CARLYLE GREGORY "Walt" tall . . . Mr. Ping Pong . . . smile Marching Band 35 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4. JOHN RANDOLPH GRESHAM "Randy" nice guy . . . quiet . . . friendly Little Theater 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 35 Rocket Club 3. MARTHA WINIFRED GRIFFIN "Winnie" smart . . . State . . . 5' Z", eyes of blue Mixed Chorus 25 Distributive Education Associate Presi- dent 3. PRISCILLA GRAY GRIFFIS 'lPriscil1a" Glenn . . . tiny . . . bopper . . . doll Homeroom Secretary 25 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4, Unit Treasurer 35 Winged Words 2, 3, 45 Poster Committee 2. 37 Class of '59 Qhuw Ts Qi NWW C1 '55, ikanw 'vu-' er' ,weve L,,f,,,.. gm-, 'KVA , 2532 "' Yikx ,... f ' i. ' ,QR .K-N1 . ami' HRM., r Xp , .,,.., , , f .a...: . 5. 1. 4 -:sf 555 5:':g,',,:.-55355 f .ini .,E,gEreg:,,E5 Seniors Q. hw' wr,,f5,,:,,, 9 4 I ,L-.. I ,A M "FW" 'M N' ffititii YQQQ. . it sa0'6"'N", ew it W' ' KURT BARRAH GRISET "Kurt" Skull . . . true enthusiast . . . much altitude . . . V. I. R. Audio-Visual Committee 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual Club Vice- President 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4. MARY BRYAN GRUBBS K'Mary Bryan" sweet . . . friendly . . .Y-Teens Homeroom Devotional Chairman 3, 4' Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Inter-Glub Council 3, 4, Office Assistant 3, Girls' Chorus 2. JAMES CABOT GUPTON "Cabot" Mr. Projects . . . willing . . . Eagle Executive Council of Student Council 4, Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 3, Projects Committee Chairman 4, Intramural Sports Committee 3, French Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, Symphonic Band 3, Varsity Band 2, Boys' State 3, Career Day 2. FRED WAYNE HAGWOOD 'tFred" Math whiz? . . . nice . . . quiet Distributive Education 3. RANDALL CHARLES HALEY "Randy" Charlie . . . friendly . . . '56 Ford BARBARA JANE HALL "Barbara Jane" artist . . . smart . . . always talking Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Poster Committee 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Little Theater 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Future Teachers of America 3, Winged Words 3, 4, College Day 3. RUBY LORETTA HARDY 'tLoretta" curls . . . library . . . clothes . . . French scholar! Executive Council of Student Council 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Chairman Library Committee 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Little Theater 2, 4, Library Club 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Mizpah Devotional Group 4, Fu- ture Teachers of America 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3. REINARD HARKEMA, JR. "Rein" tall one . . . specs . . . nice guy . . . brain Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, 4. SUE ELIZABETH HARRELL "Sue" little bit . . . clothes . . . gift of gab Future Homemakers of America 2. TERRANCE ARNETT HARRIS "Terry" Termite . . . friendly . . . quiet? Marching Band 2, 3, Varsity Band 2, 3, Diversified Oc- cupation 4. 38 Class of '59 4 'ggi 5 ml' it ag? 5 t W ff, "Alwa-5. ys v ii? 3... t 1 'Egg J x W is Midi' P www- K 'Nfymlaemf 'Ra ' aa:-of We E H . Ji ima gifs,-+v' K if, iw - 1 .1 'qw -Aa- '- Q if ik SV S s gif' fgpj fffftfii f a ,xgffggieirffi K it 3 : .1-:,,.g 1 E 4 ' - ' , """""7v ,, at a s ,, x , N ' T: it' V is 0 RM? U I Z:L,,i ,f ORLANDO CONROY HARRISON "Conroy" sleepy . . . nice to all . . . quiet Homeroom Officer 2, 3. MARY ELIZABETH HARWOOD "Becky" State men . . . little bit . . . pixie Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MARY BENSON HASSELL "Mary" majorette . . . always smiling . . . big brown eyes Homeroom Officer 3, Library Committee 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Debate Team 3, 4, Little Theater 2, 3, National Forensic League 3, 4, Library Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Majoriette 4, Winged Words 3, 4. LINDA GAIL HAYES "Linda" smile . . . boys . . . one of the gang Student Council Alternate 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 4, Office Assistant 4, Future Homemakers of America 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3. MORRIS EVANS HAYES nice smile . . . shy? , . . specs French Club 3, 4, Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4. WALTER CLEVELAND HAYNES UW. C." music . . . quiet . . . sleepy Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Circus Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3. BONNIE WADE HENDRICKSON "Bonnie" blond hair! . . . laughs . . . B. W. Homeroom Vice-President 2, Sports Committee 4, French Club 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2. RAYMOND HENLEY WILLIAM THOMAS HESTER "Tommy" Mr. Manager . . . Hess . . . true enthusiast Student Council Representative 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Maintenance Committee 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 4, Football Manager 3, 4, Junior Varsity Football Team Manager 2, Basketball Team Manager 3, 4, Junior Varsity Basketball Team Manager 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, College Day 3. ' CAROL ANN HICKS 'tCarol" 1!10 . . . Hicksy . . . friendly . . . no worries Hospitality Committee 3, Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Mizpah Devotional Group 3, Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Winged Words 2. 39 .' Jim Bmw W 2, 4 is 5 , , A.A,, Seniors JANET PITTMAN HICKS 'KJanet" ' I musician . . . sweet . . . likable f French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 45 Girls' Chorus 25 En- Wakkyx lw semble 3, 4. : Vzqggnk I 'AWA' is ELIZABETH HILTON HILL "Liz" 'Qfrfrf 100 per cent . . . personality plus . . . cute smile . . . quite? Lost and Found Committee 45 Projects Committee 45 French Club 35 Little Theater 3, 45 Y-Teens 35 Home- room Secretary 2. as 5, 5 -if X 3 SEN fbi. lim J sihbl Tw mms ins DELLA ANN HILLIARD "Della Ann" sweet . . . quiet . . . that hair French Club 35 Y-Teens 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Future Homemakers of America 4. TOMMY BLAIR HINES t'Tommy" Red Oaf . . . girl hater? . . . Wolfpack . , . catcher Student Council Alternate 45 Class Council 2, 35 Home- room President 2, 35 Student Co-operative Committee 25 Elections Committee 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Swimming Team Manager 45 Baseball 3, 45 Queen of Hearts Escort 2. JOHNNY EUGENE HINNANT UJohnny" newcomer . . . nice guy . . . quiet? Cary High School 3, 45 High School Band5 Distributive Education5 Future Teachers of America. ELIZABETH RUBY HODGES "Lib" nice to know . . . pretty hair . . . Hawaiian? Projects Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 3, Secretary 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Golden Masquers 4. .,g:g',-' '-" 4 g- ,gr- it vi f"- ,,., . -..'A ELFRIEDA EMMA HODGES "Elfrieda" I "" Mrs .... sweet . . . shy - ew- VERA FAYE HOFMEISTER "Faye" blondie . . . talkative . . . nice llll V .55 French Club 35 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Future Teachers of America 2, 3. Aww is BARBARA JANE HOLDEN "Barbara" 3 peaches 'n cream . . . looks . . . shy . . . State fan Y Homeroom Officer 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 - Teacher's Assistant 45 Hi-Times 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 sw, .- ,Him A Norview High School, Norfolk, Va. 25 Future Business 4 Leaders of America 2. im df ill -WM., DANIEL RILEY HOLDER "Dan" Alaska . . . always a friend . . . smile .:s:.r, 4...- -- s 4 5 5:1-:v :g., 4 wi: Little Theater 25 Distributive Education 3. f 4 - 1 ' 5 x 40 ' Class of '59 MARY ELIZABETH HOLLAND 'KLibby" Tommy . . . seen with Pat . . . sweet smiles Y-Teens 2, 35 Mizpah Devotional Group 25 Future Home- makers of America 25 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. DAN FORNEY HOLLER "Forney" Bino . . . English class . . . love that smile Class Council 45 Homeroom Treasurer 3, President 45 Sport Committee 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Key Club 45 Basketball 3, 45 Junior Varsity Basketball 2. PEGGY ANNE HOLMES "Peggy" sweet . . . Peg-Sue . . . nice to know Y-Teens 2, 35 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Mimeograph Assistant 4. VIRGINIA LEE HOLLOWAY HVirginia" Spanish whiz?!? . . . sweet 'n neat . . . eyes Library Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Devotional Group 4' Future Teachers of America 4. r PHILLIP SAMUEL HORWITZ 'iPhil" Felipe . . . Abe Jr .... Pancho Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Traffic Committee 45 Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 4. DOLORES YVONNE HOUSE "Delores" nice to know . . . smart . . . quiet French Club 25 Service Club 2, 35 Speech Club 45 Na- tional Forensic League 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Mizpah De- votional Group 2, 35 Future Teachers of America 4. JANIS IMELDA HOUSTON t'Janis" clothes . . . true blonde?! . . . sweet . . . Jan Homeroom Treasurer 25 French Club 3, 45 Library Club 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Audio-Visual Club Treasurer 3. GEORGEANN HOWARD "Georgie" brains plus . . . pretty clothes . . . gorgeous hair Secretary Homeroom 35 French Club 3, Treasurer 35 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Career Day 3. MARGUERITE WEST HOWARD "Marguerite" high stepper . . . energy plus . . . wit . . . Rainbow girl Poster Committee 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Little Theater 25 Library Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Future Home- makers of America 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4. SCARLETT O'HARA HUNNICUTT "Scarlett" gone with the wind . . . nice to know . . . quiet! . . . Charles Spanish Club5 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 35 Mimeograph Assistant 4. 41 is 92915. V 4. vm s-me M1-smug, Wad V115 'PWA Q . fi M z 'sq V .. 3 -al Wives.. 'WX up-f fr PAUL NOLLY HUMPHREYS "Paul" scientist . . . A.V. boss . smart! Student Council, Executive Council 45 Representative 4' Class Council 35 Homeroom Vice-President 2, President 35 Audio-Visual Committee Chairman 45 School Store 25 - v U . 5 rams Service Club 45 Library Club 45 Marching Band 2' Var- ? SQL' sity Band 25 Circus Band 25 Audio-Visual Club Presi- dent 45 Cast of The Man Who Came to Dinner 45 Orien- tation Committee 3. PATRICIA KENNEDY HUNEYCUTT "Pat" vivacious . . . Thunderbird . . . that laugh Student Council Representative 2, 35 Homeroom Secre- tary 45 Standards Committee 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Future Homemakers of America 2, 4. EMMETT FREEMAN HUNNICUTT, JR. "Butch" friendly smile . . . tall . . . nice guy Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Officer 25 Intra- mural Sports Committee 2, 35 German Club 2, 35 March- ing Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 4. NORMA JEAN HUNNICUTT 'tN0rma Jean" hair . . . gorgeous tan . . . State Student Council Alternate 35 Library Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 2. WILLIAM ARTEMUS HUNNICUTT, III "Bill" loves to cat?! . . . always on the go . . . crew-cut MARY DAIL HUNT "Dail" short in sweet . . . quiet . . . likable French Club 25 Mimeograph Assistant 3, 45 Future Home- makers of America 25 Basketball Team 2. MARTHA IVA HUNTER 'tMartha" quiet . . . Iva . . . smart! Library Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 2. LINDA LEE INGLE "Linda" left hand . . . third finger . . . crazy laugh Library Committee 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3. LINDA ELLEN JACOBS "Linda" dark . . . that walk . . . personality plus Student Council Representative 3, 45 Class Council 25 Homeroom Officer 25 Hospitality 25 House and Grounds 45 Projects 35 Little Theater 25 Speech Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 25 Marshal 35 College Day Guide 3. MARIANNE JEFFRIES "Marianne" Go State . . . football players . . . blondie 42 Www 5.4 V s "Nfl-st.,,, S A .NM Seniors 'TS ,j my I ,.'.. N . ig, In I 0 ii Q-ff, - . Qi-- f :Qi 251-Ei . ' I -5-"Tix ,Q-we 'Qu ms., iw-Qu-ff . lgpcrr Class of '59 tv., sa :. "' ww, 5 1 Emmys? iw asp., pk V iw we N- .W y 0 ,, sf: SAM SW-Q THOMAS GARRETT JEFFRIES "Tommy" cotton top . . . nice . . . seen with Ronnie Troy High 2g Monogram Club 2g Basketball 2, Baseball 2. RONNIE JEFFRIES "Ronnie" typ-ist . . . always talking . . . friendly Homeroom President 25 Sports Committee 2, 4, Intra- mural Sports Committee 2, 3g J.V. Football 23 Baseball 2. LARRY STUART JENKINS "Stuart" women troubles . . . What time you be by? Spanish Club 3, Football 3, 43 J.V. Football 2, Track 2, 3g Monogram Club 4, College Day 3. PAUL ROLAND JERGE "Roland" raiser . . . personality . . . Yankee Riverside Military Academy, Commerce, Georgia 2, 3. JEFFERSON DEEMS JOHNSON t'Jeff', Dook . . . court troubles . . . talkative Homeroom President 4g French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2g Monogram Club 4, Varsity Manager for Baseball Team 3. JOSEPH EDWARD JOHNSON 'tJody" manager . . . Yody . . . Europe Library 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Football Team Manager 35 J.V. Football Team Manager 2. RICHARD DEAN JOHNSON Kool . . . playboy . . . personality JOSEPH THOMPSON JOHNSTON 'tJoe" troubles, troubles, troubles . . . Specs . . . Blue-Devils J.V. Football 2. WILLIAM HERRY JOHNSTON "Bill" easy going . . . Varsity style . . . links Intramural Sports Committee 45 French Club 3, 4. EDMUND EUGENE JONES "Gene" music man . . . Five Jays . . . red MG Social Standards 3, Latin Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, State Solo and Ensemble Con- test 2, 3. 43 IVAN JONES "Ivan" Irv . . . athlete . . . fog . . . my hero Executive Council of Student Council 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 35 Audio-Visual 25 Elections Committee 2, 3, 45 Chairman House and Grounds Committee 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Service Club 3, 45 Vice-President Service Club 45 Office Assistant 45 Mar- shal 25 Symphonic Band 25 Football 2, 3, 45 J .V. Basket- ball 25 Track Team 2, 3, 45 Career Day 3. PHILLIP GORDON JONES t'Phil" College Day 4. ROBERT CARLTON JONES "Bob" MARY ROSE JONES "Rose" sweet . . . shy . . . blond Homeroom Officer 25 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 President Y-Teens 2, 35 Mizpah Devotional Group 4. CLARISSA ANNE JOYCE "Chris" friendly . . . nice in neat . . . dependable . . . good looks Projects Committee 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 4, President 45 Inter-Club Council 45 Orientation Commit- tee to Junior High 3. VICTORIA KEITH KAREIVA 'LVickie' great dancer . . . Doug . . . sweet 'n neat Homeroom Treasurer 35 French Club 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Girls' Athletic As- sociation 45 F.N.A. 2, 35 LATIPAC Staff 4. CAROL LEE KELLY t'Carol" that laugh . . . dancer . . . personality . . . Kelly Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3. SUSAN CARRINGTON KILGORE "Susan" seamstress . . . brown-eyed Sue . . . beachcomber Student Council Representative 3, 45 Student Council Alternate 25 Projects Committee 25 French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Future Homemakers of America Unit Presi- dent 4. DONALD LEE KING t'Donl' voice . . . tab . . . girls Mixed Chorus 25 Diversified Occupation 3, 4, Secretary 4. NANCY SHERLYN KIRK "Nancy" pretty hair . . . sweet . . . pretty girl Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Officer 25 French Club 2, 35 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2. 44 Seniors QQWW tags it , .twig 416:- "QKug.. iii? CAROL CELESTE KLOSE "Carol" punchy . . . clothes . . . loves that German Lost and Found Committee 4, German Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Mizpah Devotional Group 2, Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Vice- President 4. GERALD HUBERT KNOTT "Jerry" quiet . . . friendly . . . 'nice DAVID LEE KURTZ "David" Yank . . . short stuff . . . dark Spanish Club 4. SHELBY JEAN LAMM "Shelby" Pug . . . married . . . that hair Homeroom Officer 2, Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Devotional Group 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH MICHAEL LANCASTER "Mike" Mike . . . crazy . . . Jean RELLA JEAN LANCASTER "Rella" "Reela', . . . beach girl . . . ski-queen . . . mighty fine Executive Council of Student Council 4, Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 3, Social Standards Committee Secretary 3, Hos- pitality Committee Chairman 4, Service Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Hi-Times Staff, Business Manager 4, LATIPAC Staff, Senior Editor, 4, Career Day Guide 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 4. ALLEN WOOLEY LANGSTON "Allen" Lanky . . . miler . . . leader! . . . spasmodic Student Council Vice-President 3, Student Council Rep- resentative 2, 3, Class Council 2, Homeroom President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Student Co-operative Committee 2, Standards Chairman 3, Safety 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y, President 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, Circus Band 2, 3, 4, Winged Words, Assistant Editor 4, Track 2, 3, President Central District, North Carolina Student Council Congress 4, Delegate to State and National Student Council Congress 4. ALBERT BURROUGHS LASSITER "Al" Bull . . . Cosmo Student Council Representative 2, Student Council Al- ternate 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Poster 3, Elec- tions 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Tennis 2, 3, College Day 2, Spanish Club 3. EVERETT DANIEL LASSITER "Dan" bad Chevy . . . friendly . . . nice to know Diversified Occupation 3. LINDA CLAIRE LATHAM "Linda" voice . . . sweet 'n neat . . . friendly French Club 3, Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 4, Jacksonville High School, Jacksonville, North Carolina 2, Cheerleader 2, Fuquay Springs High School, Fuquay Springs, North Carglina 3, Library Assistant 3, Library Club 3, Science Clu 3. 45 Class of '59 '06 get... V ? M353 WCP' Nutr " Mrk- 'BM ue: gg it :LV ws-'W N YQ fffvf-5 an fkf an--,.,, .gd-'H' at wi ,S ' 'YZ 5 Y ,J 1tf"Z""' sf f"' '91 2, Seniors ego-n.sM.,., 1 , l A :I if 'law' 'lim-av... . El W 'X ik ,ugh ., , . 3 A fi ii REBECCA BALLARD LAWRENCE "Becky" sweet . . . quiet? French Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3. CAROLYN JEAN LAYTON "Carolyn" that walk . . . turn on . . . Morehead . . . Laurel Spanish Club 3, Little Theatre 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Office Assistant 4, Future Home- makers of America 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. GARLAND THOMAS LEDWELL "Garland" beef . . . cut-up . . . friendly character Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Hi-Y 3, Football 2. JUNE LEE "June" good grades . . . basketball star . . . nice to know Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association Sergeant-at- Arms 4, Office Assistant 3, Future Teachers of America 4, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3. BARBARA ANN LEIPPE "Barbara" giggles . . . clothes . . . cute Projects Committee 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Secretary 3, LATIPAC Staff 3. HAZEL RAY LEONARD "Hazel" little one . . . lovely . . . cutest personality Homeroom Vice-President 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Lost and Found Committee 3, 4, French Club Vice-President 3, 4, Little Theater 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Mimeograph Assistant 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. SARAH ESTER LEVINE. "Sarah" friendly . . . the best . . . considerate Homeroom Secretary 4, Student Co-operative Commit- tee 4, Hospitality Committee 3, French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, College Day 3. JOHN LEWIS "Rex" quiet . . . Colony Theatre . . . nice to know MARY LOU LEWIS HMary Lou" Lucama High School, Lucama, North Carolina 2, 3, Mono- gram Club 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4-H Club 2, 3. JANE LILES 'iPug" Alaska . . . come and gone . . . writer 46 . , Class of '59 N,-W t if M ww A M33- www. .N new aw aww., Nsws "5-f."'fT'7'V EVN 'lin la we-s-,...,,, may-f JANE LILES "Jane" cute gal! . . . friendly . . . one half . . . neat 'n sweet Student Council Representative 45 Student Council Al- ternate 25 Homeroom Officer 35 Student Co-operative Committee 35 Hospitality Committee 45 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Inter-Club Council 45 Office As- sistant 45 Hi-Times Staff 35 College Day 35 Career Day 4. JERRY LILES "Jerry" sophisticated . . . the other half . . . dependable . . . poise Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Al- ternate 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 45 Publicity Commit- tee 35 Hospitality Committee 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times staff 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 35 Business Manager 45 College Day 45 Career Day 3. ANN HOWARD LISKE "Ann" quiet . . . nice . . . specs Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Library Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 Mizpah Devotional Group 45 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. MILDRED EMILY LLOYD "Emily" slirnly . . . smile-a-minute . . loads of fun Homeroom Officer 2, 45 Lost and Found Committee 35 Hospitality Committee 45 Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 45 Future Homemakers of America 4, Unit President 2, Unit Treasurer 35 Hi- Times Staff 45 LATIPAC Staff 4. CYNTHIA STEWART LONGMIRE i'Cynthiai' pretty hair . . . engaged . . . English brain . . . Atlantic Beach Lost and Found Committee 45 Y-Teens 25 Office As- sistant 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Unit President 2, Wake County Parlimentarian 35 Hi-Times Staff 3, LATIPAC Staff 35 College Day 4. GEORGE GENE LOTHIAN "George" Mr. President . . . one in a million . . . worker . . . N.H.S. . . . service Executive Council of Student Council 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 German Club 2, 3, President 35 J.V. Football 25 State Optomist Ora- torical Contest Winner 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Forensic League 3, 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 35 Civil Defense Committee 35 Service Club 45 National Honor Society Convention 35 Speech Club 2, 35 Office Assistant 45 J.V. Football 25 Baseball 35 College Day 35 Career Day 3. SAUNDRA CHARLENE LUCAS i'Cookie" quiet . . . sweet as they come . . . pretty Y-Teens 25 Office Assistant 2, 3, 4. MARK GEORGE LYNCH "Mark" Top Ten . . . shaft . . . spastic . . . bubbles Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Poster Committee 25 Lost and Found Committee 35 Monogram Club 45 Spanish Club 35 Varsity Band 25 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4. WILLIAM LYNN UBilly'l Bull's Gang . . full house!! . . . Boonta Hi-Y 35 Track 2, 35 Elections Committee 4. GAIL ELIZABETH MCCLAMROCH personality plus . . . clothes . . . one of the group . . . wit Spanish Club 2, 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Hi-Times Staff 35 LATIPAC Staff 45 Career Day 3. 47 CARROLL JENNINGS McCLELLAN "Jay" Jaybircl . . . good looking . . . Shrine Bowl North Fulton High School, Atlanta, Ga. 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Mar- shal 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 2, Student Council Alternate 4, Sports Committee 4. EUGENE RICHARD MCCOMMONS "Richard" blast off . . . scientist . . . friendly Rocket Club 3, Miami, Florida, Edison Senior High, Homeroom President 2, Science Symposium 3, Spanish Club 3. LILLIAN SARA McCORKLE t'Sara" Fluffy . . . Corky . . . let's have a party Student Council Alternate 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Spanish Club 3, Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. NONI ELIZABETH MCCULLOUGH "Noni" State fan . . . Chevy convertible . . . snow girl??? Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic As- sociation 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3. GAYLE WHITE McGEE "Gayle" loves 'rock and roll . . . peach . . . hey, dirl Latin Club 2, Little Theater 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, College Day 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Hi-Times 3. JACQUELYN FAYE McGEE "Jackie" McGoo . . . personality plus . . . that laugh . . . hey, man Homeroom Vice-President 2, Homeroom Treasurer 4, Lost and Found Committee 3, Projects Committee 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Marshal 2, Girls' Chorus 2, Career Day Guide 3. CHANDLER H. MCIVER "Mac" chemistry whiz . . . great guy . . . friendly Winged Words 4, Junior Science Symposium 3. VIRGINIA HULL MCKIMMON "Ginny" sophisticated . . . English whiz . . . great gal French Club 4, Latin 2, Y-Teens 2, 4, College Day 4, Saint Mary's Junior College 1957-58, Library, Vocal En- semble, Glee Club, Granddaughter's Club, Muse. JOSEPH GUY MANGUM "Joe" athlete . . . Elon . . . big guy Homeroom President 2, 3, Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Base- ball 2, 3, 4. JOHN ROY MANGUM "Roy" quiet . . . dark , . . little bit Diversified Occupation 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. 48 .gm .s Wiz' if mi S M544 if dugmhf' 55-. ,Kg 43339-N W Wifflafpisiagg 'if km iffy 'M ' 4 twain P, - . 5 . 5 : i iii i t Q, Magma ,. " Seniors 5,3 2 . QP' Wing? 6:53 ,xwwf 'V , 'W .4-spew 'GFS New 'HW Class of '59 "l"Ci'l1" 3 my - I , M, 5, 5 nr- 8 W4-:L 56.51 " News.. ., h new 'fae r- K - Y 5 is 5 is 1 5, W' ' 1 .35 as V15 The tl., K-aw-, A rg" A fi ,Sr . an -V.:-..I.:Ng...:, .-N. V , ...:.,, :,.5,,,kn E new, 'QW' 'wwf-'ffm If WAYNE WILSON MARSHALL "Wayne" blast off . . . quiet??? . . . tanker Homeroom Officer 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Rocket Club 35 J.V. Football Team 25 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Track Team 35 College Day 45 Career Day 3. RALPH JAMES MARSHBURN "Jim" friendly . . . smile Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. ROBERT LEE MARTIN "Bob" Swartz . . . black . . . Cougar . . . Bouncer Student Council Representative 35 Student Council Al- ternate 25 Elections Committee 35 Sports Committee Chairman 45 Standards Committee 25 Latin Club 25 Mono- gram Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Office Assistant 45 Marshal 3, 45 Football 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Track 2, 3, 45 Queen of Hearts Escort 3. JERRY GLENN MARTIN "Jerry" Jerr . . . letls hit the road . . . ambitiousff? WILLIAM WINSTON MARTIN "Willie" Bull's Gang . . . Ann . . . "STREAK" Homeroom Officer 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Spanish Club 3. DEWEY MASSEY, JR. "Dewey" loves that English . . . friend to all . . . funny Marching Band 25 Varsity Band 2, 35 Homeroom Of- ficer 3. MARGARET ASENATH MATRONE "Peggy" N.H.S .... nice as they come . . . intelligent Executive Council of Student Council 45 Homeroom Sec- retary 35 Publicity Chairman 35 Spanish Club, Secretary and Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 45 Future Teachers of America 3, President 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Mizpah Devotional Group 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Hi-Times Staff 45 LATIPAC Staff 4. DONNA DAE MATTHEWS 'fDonna" friendly . . . personality plus . . . nice 'n neat Student Council Alternate 2, 35 Student Council Repre- sentative 45 Poster Committee 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Chapter Degree Chair- man 35 College Day 35 Career Day 3, Chairman 45 Queen of Hearts Court 4. EUGENE WYSOR MATTHEWS "Gene" Track Knight . . . loud pipes WALTER FORREST MATTHEWS III Woody" Homeroom Sergeant at Arms 2 3 4 Career Day 4. xrry ...fa Y eyes . . . good looks . . . Track Knights I 49 ROBERT LESLIE MAYTON "Bobby" Beak . . . basketball . . . math troubles . 1 . personality Class Council 45 Homeroom President 45 Monogram Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 College Day 35 Career Day 4. JOHN DAVID MEDLIN, JR. quiet? . . . shorty . . . freckles Distributive Education 45 Oak Grove High School, Tampa, Florida 25 Track Team 2. LEONHARD ADOLF MEHLICH "Leonhard" Lennie. . . mechanic . . . friendly Student Council Alternate 25 Audio-Visual 25 German Club 3, 45 Rocket Club 3. ALICE FAY MESSER "Fay" pretty clothes . . . who's B? . . . nice 'n neat Office Assistant 3. GARY EVANS MYER "GaryI' Stud . . . beachcomber Executive Council of Student Council 45 Stage Crew Com- mittee Chairman 45 Football Team 3, 45 Career Day 3. JEROME WARD MILES "Jerome" bandman . . . Shiek . . . English brain? . . . cool Chevy Audio-Visual 25 Publicity Committee 25 Traffic Commit- tee 2, 35 Intramural Sports 2, 35 Little Theater 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Varsity Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 2. LESLIE ELLEN MIRMAN "Leslie" dark . . . crazy gal . . . loads of fun Spanish Club 3, 45 Library Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3. MARGIE MARIE MITCHELL "Margie" country girl . . . nice . . . quiet Angier High School 25 Library 25 Future Homemakers of America 2. JERRY W. MOORE "Pinky" Jergy . . . going back . . . L.W. in Gym Roanoke Rapids High School 2, 35 J.V. Football 25 J.V. Basketball 25 Varsity Football 35 Varsity Band 2, 3. GLORIA VAIDEN MOORE "Gloria" nice smile . . . Sookie . . . friendly Spanish Club 35 Y-Teens 3, 4, Secretary 4. 50 Babs . . . quiet . . . sorta small ...in . Class of '59 'U f M. 'Wx GREG MORTON "Greg" Q, tall and blonde . . . shy? . . . quiet Homeroom Treasurer 2. QF QIZ I. , ,fu a t A- W wi Z .MTR BARBARA ANN MOSELEY "Barbara" X ww. 1, ' M Little Theater 4. JAMES EARL MOZINGO "Jimmie" shy smile . . . quiet , . . country THOMAS C. MUNDY lover . . . easy to get along with . . . playboy Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Sym- phonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 3, 4. HENRY HOWELL MURRAY t'Henry" freckles . . . nice . . . little guy Audio-Visual 3, 43 Intramural Sports Committee 2, 45 College Day 45 Career Day 4, Gym Assistant 4. JAMES EDWARD MURRAY 'tJim" tanker . . . nice . . . friendly Homeroom Officer 4, French Club 33 Boys High, Ander- son, South Carolina, Swimming 3, 4. MARY KATHRYN MYERS t'Pee Wee" good looking . . . nice to know . . . pretty hair Library Committee 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 4 Office Assistant 4, Future Homemakers of America 2. ROBERT EDWARD NEAL "Bob" woman trouble . . . Shiek . . . that buick . . . B.A.J Lost and Found Committee 3, Spanish Club 35 J.V. Foot ball 2. CHARLES THOMAS NELSON "Char1ie', little zero . . . Ennis . . . blue jeans Shop Assistant 4. RAYMOND FRANCIS NEMMERS "Butch" eyes . . . skipping class . . . flat-top Elections Committee 45 French Club 2. 1:15. a s 'WY ,M L e .5 IE : 5 gi il S QQQSQXQE H Irv-,K , K K Si 'Wa 'x , .gig 'AQ-A A. .a ,gf 'HP-Q I? .- A W.a,,f,-Q-.fa ir Q its ,lm S 3 . , 1 YW, .4 CHEYNEY ANGLIN NICHOLSON "Cheyney" Long Beach . . . friendly . . . let the good times roll Audio-Visual 23 Little Theater 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 3. MARY FAYE NICHOLSON "Mary Faye" Mur-Faye . . . chemistry brain . . . long hair . . . hey, 1 gotta joke Future Homemakers of America 23 Spanish Club 3g Y-Teens 43 Office Assistant 4. DORIS MCPHAIL OGLESBY "Doris" friendly . . . 'mice to know . . . tall and dark Library Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 2. EDITH ANNE OLIVE "Edie" personality and then some . . . sweet . . . pretty gal . . . Edie Anne Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 43 Social Standards Committee 3, 43 National Honor So- ciety 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Marshal 43 Little Theater 23 College Day 33 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 4, Maid of Honor 4. JUDITH OLIVER "Judy" Spanish Club 33 Little Theater 33 Y-Teens 33 Office As- sistant' 33 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Home- makers of America 4. DOROTHY TEMPIE OUTLAW 'Temple' 1!10 . . . clothes. . . eyes . . .nice to know Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Office 3, 43 Lost and Found Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 3, 43 College Day 3. GLADYS MARIE OVERBY "Marie" dark . . . actress . . . nice gal Student Council Alternate 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 2, 33 Stage Crew 43 Social Standards Committee 43 Hospi- tality Committee 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Golden Mas- quers 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 43 Hi-Times Staff 33 College Day 3, 43 Career 4. WAYMOTH MEBANE OVERBY 'LWaymoth" mountain accent . . . friendly . . . loves French? French Club 2, 3. CLINTON ARTHUR PAGE 'iC1int" Elections Committee 4g Traffic Committee 43 German Club 2, 33 Speech Club 3, Vice-President 43 Swimming 2. HAL PAKULA 52 eniors ..,ea.., f-"""lg, GW, vw., 'K ff 'X . www NM .A-M' at '...s,, iizsiifiir SANDRA ANNE PALMER "Sandra" gift of gab . . . S.A.P .... vivacious French Club 2, 3g Y-Teens 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 2, 33 Girls' Athletic Association 4. ELIZABETH JANE PARK "Betty" 1!10 . . .friendly . . . State Homeroom Officer 2, 33 French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Future Homemakers of America 43 Career Day 43 Home- room Officer 3. BETTY McARTHUR PARKER "Betty" true friend . . . French worries . . . love . . . N.H.S. Student Council Representative 23 Student Council A1- ternate 33 Homeroom Officer 43 Social Standards 43 French Club 3, 43 Little Theater 23 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Winged Words 2, 3, 43 Career Day 3, 4. WILLARD PARKER 'tWil1ard" one of the quiet ones . . . nice . . . tall Diversified Occupation 3. MARTHA ALICE PATE sweet . . . nice as they come . . . Mrs. French Club 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 3, 4. THOMAS RANKIN PATE "Tommy" Fido . 4 . green bomb . . . English whiz Homeroom Officer 23 French Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 3. BILLY PATTON KENNETH OLIVER PEARCE f'Ken" Tiger . . . handsome crooner . . . Ollie Homeroom Officer 43 Mixed Chorus 4. MARY KATHERINE PEELE i'Mary Katherine" State . . . red on the head . . . cute . . . W.C. bound Y-Teens 2, 35 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 2, Vice-President 3. LORENZO DOW PENDER "Dow" love that car . . . shy . . . girls? . . . The Gang J.V. Football 2. 53 Class of '59 awww' HBR A-153 if nw .3 ..,. . Y ' 4 g:sse,s.3E?jl I ,i 7, 3 fi' 3 in , .V-.,,.:, x',.' , L 1 . 5' is 5- it Q gf? . ,E kz E 5+ Sv? 1 J' I 3, ' Wx 'cw- I .. 'nf' N- rilf, ' xtikx aafw 1 "'f My .,.-,,,.. if , was 45 4 1 .era -wfrifvx lil .mf ffsixxzf. f A '-Eid '-27" " W ,353 421: , A-4--s ,A 'fn "C 1 25527 - ri ':i:':..-F.,4.s,f- 5 5-L-3' 333- .,,n.., L, . V.. , ,M ,,, .2255 Wu! '53-5, -mu-Of' 1 Z ,if 51,55 ag.. 1 W1 A 1- 3 Seniors Q fs im' A 'X 'sf in .4 , ?g,,aatWwifssw if -E:'f.5::?.:gv gf' :I f.. , A .fg,:g. .,,:cLg "Vt: , . 33 ' if -Sai ggi. XMY' if X . CHARLES PERKINS "Charles" '54 Ford . . . nice and quiet . . . Rex's ALDA FAYE PERRY nice to know . . . helpful . . . sweet smile Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Mimeograph Assistant 4. ERNEST CRUDUP PERRY "Ernest" Parlez-vous francais? . . . talented . . . willing to help Civil Defense Committee 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Ensemble 4, Career Day 4. JOHN YANCEY' PHELPS "Swoose" Jackie . . . convertibles . . . preacher Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Elections Committee 4: Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Key Club 3 4, Little Theater 3, Football Team Manager 3, J.V. Football 2, Swimming 3, 4. TERRY NELSON PHILLIPS "Terry" Terro . . . wad . . . brains plus Elections 4, Latin Club 2, Marching Band 2, Varsity Band 2. THOMAS EARL PIERSON "Tom" friendly smile . . . blond . . . dimples . . . nice guy Student Council Alternate 4, Homeroom Officer 2, Li- brary Committee 4, Audio-Visual 3, Co-Chairman 4, Spanish Club 3, Library Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Track 3, College Day 3. HARRY CRAIG PITTMAN, JR. t'Harry" Whitey . . . Ann . . . Pit Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3. DONALD RAND PLEASANT "Don" Ford . . . blond . . . D.O .... nice to know Football 2. RILEY CLYDE PLEASANTS "Riley" Sheriff . . . Zeke . . . hound . . . Ford Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, Service Club 4, Audio-Visual Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Office Assistant 4, Chairman Main- tenance Committee 4, Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Class 4, Chairman of Homecoming Parade 4, Baseball 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball 2. ELIZABETH WOODARD POE "Betsy" Pope . . . Younger Setter . . . quite a gal Executive Council of Student Council 3, Council Officer Secretary 3, Student Council Representative 2, Home- room Officer Secretary 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Student Coun- cil Congress 2, 3, 4, Hospitality 2, 4, Little Theater 2, National Honor Society 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Winged Words 4. Class of '59 .-qi? .- 'gn , JKQ. 5 r gl 'Z 5 'hh-sf '-I--., MSS QR F51 in N ' mini'- 3 ,, .A,A,. , ..u,,.. ,....:,.,.,, , 'W 30 ,,,, , .,. 1 "" if , V '-NI. 2' 'fr-, -Hia. turf.-z. ' fl ,lg 'T ,awful MW K 'wild-y Q nur' nn. 39,23 K I w. 'ir L . Q. BETTY BROCK POOLE "Boopie" model material . . . smile a minute . . . Tar Heels Student Council Representative 3, Council Alternate 2g Homeroom Secretary 4, Assembly Committee 2, Student Co-operative 3, Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, President 4, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4g Hi-Times Staff 4, Career Day 3, Hi-Y Kickline 2, 3, 4, Co-leader 45 LA'r1PAc Staff 4, Joke Editor 4. BOBBY GLENN POOLE "Bobby" Bunny-B . . . Daddy Kool . . . Plymouth Audio-Visual 3. DAVID ALLEN POOLE "David" Suede . . . Holly . . . Bouncer Student Council Representative 4, Class Sergeant-at Arms 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Elections Commit- tee 43 Sports Committee 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3, President 4, Marshall 45 Football 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, Track 35 Queen of Hearts Escort 2, 3. JEANNE ELIZABETH POOLE "Jeanne" true friend . . . worker . . . decorator . . . Puddles Executive Council of Student Council 4, Poster Com- mittee 3, 4, Chairman 43 French Club 3, 4, Service Club 3, Treasurer 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. JOHNNY GLENN POOLE "Pooley'f soft voice? . . . friendly . . . nice guy WILLIAM PRESTON POOLE t'Bill,' sings . . . baseball . . . friendly Mixed Chorus 4, Garner High School 2, 3, Baseball Team, Library Club, Boys' Chorus. VICTORIA DIMITRIOUS POULOS "Vicky" different . . . Venus de Milo . . . pony-tail Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 Office Assistant 45 Career Day 4, Asbury Park High School, Asbury Park, New Jersey. BOBBY DWIGHT PRICE "Slim" working boy . . . nice guy . . . smile Library Committee 3, 4, French Club 3, Distributive ,Education 3. RONALD PRICE "Ronald" service . . . always smiling . . . full of fun Service Club 4. WILLIAM SOLOMON PRICE "Bill" full of fun . . . Clason Fant . . . N.H.S. Student Council Representative 43 Executive Council 43 Class Council 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Civil Defense 3, 4, Chairman 4, French Club 3, Vice-President, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Career Day 2. LORETTA BRENDA PRINCE "Brenda" Mrs. Shaw . , . that smile . . . cute as a button Homeroom Officer 23 Little Theater 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 2, 33 College Day 3. WALTER GREYSON QUARLES "Greyson" anyone for tennis? . . . friendly . . . tall'un Student Council Representative 33 Student Council A1- ternate 33 Senior Council 43 Homeroom Officer 43 Mono- gram Club 43 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Swimming 43 Tennis 2, -3, 43 College Day 33 Career Day 43 Hi-Y 4. BETTY LOU RAMSEUR "Betty Lou" gold Cadillac . . . good looks . . . pretty hair House and Grounds Committee 43 Spanish Club 23 Fu- ture Homemakers of America 2. JAMES GRANT RASOR "Jimmy" What did you say? . . . Rasizon . . . sharp Student Council Representative 43 Intramural Sports Committee 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATXPAC Staff 4. SUE ANNETTE RATCLIFFE 'tAnnette" clothes . . . cut-up . . . E.C.C. Student Council Representative 2, 33 Homeroom Of- ficer 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Office Assistant 3. JACK LARRY RAYNOR Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 43 Sports 3, 43 Monogram Club 2, 33 Intramural Sports 43 Diversified Occupation 4. WILLIS ALTON REID 'tWillis" math class . . . flag-waver . . . little bit Library 33 House and Grounds 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 2. CATHERINE CABELL ROBB "Cabell" southern accent . . . clothes . . . good looking Student Council Representative 33 Student Council Al- ternate 43 Homeroom Officer 23 Latin Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 43 Office Assistant 4. PATRICIA ANN ROBINSON "Patricia" cute as a button . . . Hamlet . . . "Trish" Homeroom Secretary 43 French Club 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 3. MINNIE O'NEAL ROEBUCK "Minnie" friendly . . . tennis champ . . . likable Girls' Athletic Association 43 Future Homemakers of America 23 Basketball 2, 3. 56 Seniors rv? wwmm :ling VW? ' ' 1 'sf If Q wx nw Air-e ,, 'Q-f it 3 9"'Kqg'wN ,A Wi 'g www if E sri. i I lvmanavwd ' ,.,. fe 2 iglfbggfgi ' 1: . W, iii- ---,f 3 ?iZ1i?f'f'i?t'in,Qi of?- 'l',f'Nw,, :li Class of '59 0 me 'fIPWn.. .K w www e 'ffl-aw, W' u fe' W' awk an f , 1 Jir- ri, wana W -v .44 DAVID ANDREW ROCK "David" Prince . . . swimmer . . . what a life . . . Rock Homeroom Treasurer 35 German Club 2, 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3, 4. ANDREW PAYTON ROGERS "Andy" versatile . . . Chevy . . . scientist Student Co-operative 45 Varsity Band 25 Winged Words 45 Track 45 College Day 45 East Mecklenberg High, Char- lotte N. C. 2, Marching Band 25 Musicians Club 25 Na- tional Forensic League 2. CAREY OLIVER ROGERS "C.O." personality . . . pus .... one of the group . . . clothes Homeroom Officer 25 French Club 25 Y-Teens 25 LATIPAC Staff 45 Peace Junior College 35 Sigma Phi Kappa So- cietyg Business Staff5 Daughters and Granddaughters Club5 Editorial Staff. JAMES RUFUS ROGERS "Rur1t" Stump . . . comedian . . . everybody likes him Student Council Alternate 25 Class Council 35 Homeroom Officerg Maintenance Committee 45 Hi-Y 35 Spanish Club 3, 4. PATRICK ANDREW ROTHROCK "Pat" dependable . . . likable . . . little one JOSEPH RICHARD SAGMULLER t'Joe" math genius . . . German whiz . . . that accent German Club 35 Rocket Club 3. JUDITH LEIGH SANDERLIN 'tJudy" quiet . . . dark . . sweet gal Latin 25 Y-Teens 45 Future Homemakers of America 2. LOIS GAYLOR SANDLIN "Gay" wit . . . always busy . . . music Homeroom Officer 3, 45 Civil Defense Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 35 College Day 35 Career Day 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Ensemble 4. BESS SARANT accent! . . . friendly . . . hardworker Mimeograph Assistant 4. MARY LOUISE SCHENCK t'Mary Louise" tall . . . quiet . . . French class Homeroom Secretary 25 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 4. 57 eniors aye d1l""M ,RN 'iv' k Wmqsw -: - -gg : . W" ,Q ..,., . W- ' A -an an if .6 W -M. . . , . 3 " ' 3.1 SM tzrwiiiiifr - 4 'ssgaiasm i f. wm..s5'st..gS: .::.' 5 aiggtisiigsz i - 5 :,, " a,'g:-ya :e::.:.' g:-::g3.g: gg f' 5M Q t , 5 M ai! 5 - ..-. - .-.. . .... ,122 ra ,. ,,,,,, - .1 .vi.,,.,,.a..t.W fin... 2" 12' 2 , .,... , . 5 Xi! mem KATHRYN SEARS "Kathryn" ROBERT THOMAS SELF "Bob" smart . . . at home . . . friendly French Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Winged Words 45 Robert E. Lee High School, Montgomery, Alabama 25 French Club 25 English Club 2. CAROLYN ANN SELLERS "Carolyn" Beaufort gal . . . alligator . . . Wilmington, too French Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 25 Symphonic Band 2, 3. MARTHA ,KAY SHAW "Kay" intellectual . . . speech work . . . friendly French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, President 45 Winged Words 3, 45 College Day 35 Speech Club 3, 45 Debating Team 35 Inter-Club Council 4. MARY SANDRA SHAW HSandra" Shaw baby . . . crazy . . . tiger Student Council Alternate 25 Class Council 3, 45 Class Secretary 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Hospitality Com- mittee 25 School Store 35 Sports Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 35 Marshal 25 Cheerleader 3, Head 4. SARAH THETIS SHEPHERD "Sarahl' friendly . . . sweet and lovely . . . Duke Career Day 35 Homeroom Vice-President 25 Student Coun- cil Alternate 35 Projects Committee 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 German Club 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Secretary 45 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Ensemble 3. JEAN HAYMAN SHIMER 'tJean" Titian hair . . . poise . . . boys Little Theater 2, 4. ROBERT WEATHERSBEE SHINN "Bob" wickbolt . . . hexmaster . . . true enthusiast Latin Club 25 Homeroom Officer 25 Tennis 2. LINDA CAROL SHIRLEY "Linda" intellectual . . . talented writer . . . one of the nicest ever Chairman Assembly Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Speech Club 3, 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 35 Debate Team 3, 45 Junior Civic Council 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 25 Ensemble 3, 45 Winged Words 2, 3, 45 Secre- tary 35 Editor 45 Hi-Times Staff 25 Girls' State 35 Col- lege Day 3. MABEL GEANITA SHOFNER "Mabel" red on the head . . . quick to laugh . . . coach Little Theater 25 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Office Assistant 35 Mimeograph Assistant 45 Cast of Play, The Lottery 2. WILLIAM PRESTON SIMPSON "Bill" beachcomber . . . lover . . . Taddy Homeroom Treasurer 23 Vice-President 33 Stage Crew 43 Football 33 J.V. Football 23 Career Day 3, 43 Latin Club 2. ELIZABETH LAYFIELD SMITH 'tBetSy" N.B.H .... that smile . . . talkative Student Council Alternate 43 Class Council 23 Homeroom Officer 2, 33 Student Co-Operative 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Little Theater 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Inter-Club Council 43 Orches- tra 23 Winged Words 2, 43 Hi-Times Staff 33 College Day 33 Career Day 4. CHESTER BROWN SMITH, JR. "Chester" friendly . . . Mr. Dillon . . . big tease . . . ladies' man Hi-Y 23 Little Theater 2, 33 Diversified Occupation 4. OWEN FRANKLIN SMITH "Frank" sly . . . True enthusiast . . . one of the locals . . . Fox Class Council 3, 43 Homeroom President 2, 3, 43 Civil Defense Committee 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 College Day 33 Career Day 3, 4. GARY DOUGLAS SMITH "Gary" the wild one . . . black hair? . . . sweet one Little Theater 2, 33 Diversified Occupation 4. JOYCE ANN SMITH 4'Joyce" little girl . . . sparkling eyes . . . married? . . , pretty Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 4. LINDA FAYE SMITH "Linda" cute . . . sweet one . . . nice Library' Committee3 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Mimeograph Assistant 43 Future Homemakers of America 33 Y-Teens 2, 3. SALLY ANNE SMITH "Sally Anne" personality . . . Chevy . . . library Student Council Representative 23 Student Council Al- ternate 33 Future Teachers of America 33 Homeroom Officer 2, 43 Student Council Congress 3, 43 Library 3, 43 Assembly 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Library Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic As- sociation 43 Winged Words 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 4. ROBERT DEMAREST SODEN 'tBobby" uzzard . . . humper . . . one of the boys . . . smart Student Council Representative 23 Class Officer 33 Home- room President 33 Student Council Congress 33 Elec- tions Committee 43 Monogram Club 43 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 J.V. Football 23 Basketball 3, 43 J.V. Basketball 2. WILLIAM DANIEL SOUTHERN "Dan" easy going . . . tall, dark, and quiet . . . English brain? French Club 2, 33 Mizpah Devotional Group 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3. 59 Class of '59 1 mf- x, 'Q--MI' 'YN- 3 was-..,,, R i f h.. V X ki u A it it :ML I V I WWW: gba, .,.. . ...E iff. 'f A 'r .3 :-'gsgf-5 gs ' - . X sus ww f ' :Yr S, ,i5j,',i 4 ypwuq ma., 5 1 uf. V : -g :":"" ff - K.. , MILLARD EUGENE SPENCE "Gene" Red . . . smile . . . nice guy Homeroom Vice-President 45 Lost and Found Committee 45 Latin Club 2. JAMES HENRY SPENCE "Jimmy" Rip . . . Red . . . smart FRANKLIN CRAIG SPRINGER "Craig" playboy . . . beachcomber Homeroom Vice-President 45 Marching Band 25 Varsity Band 25 Track 35 Cast of Play 4, The Man Who Came to Dinner. JOYCE STALLINGS "Joyce" blondie . . . smiles . . . pretty hair ARTHUR DEFORREST STEELE, JR. "Forrest" lover . . . that Chevy . . . Steelie Class Council 25 President of Homeroom 25 Vice-President of Homeroom 45 Elections Committee 45 Hospitality Com- mittee 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 35 Vice-President of Symphonic Band 45 Circus Band 2, 3, Captain 45 Career Day 4. MARTHA ANDERSON STILL "Martha" The Hill . . . secret love . . . always smiling Student Council Alternate 25 Representative 45 House and Grounds Committee 35 Projects Committee 25 French Club Vice-President 3, 45 Little Theater 25 Office As- sistant 35 LATIPAC Staff 45 College Day 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN STONE "Patty" ponytail . . . one of the gang . . . legs . . . seen with Kelly Student Council Alternate 45 Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 35 Mimeograph As- sistant 35 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 45 Ma- jorette 3, Head 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Marching Band 3, 4. ARTHUR RAYMOND STOWE "Artl' Buster . . . Yankee accent . . . those eyes Jay Cooke High, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 5 Homeroom Officer. PHYLLIS ANNE STRICKLAND "Phyllis" smile . . . English Brain . . . friendly Office Assistant 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Assistant Bus Driver 45 All State Or- chestra Representative 2. SANDRA TODD STRICKLAND "Sandra" lovely hands . . . perfect lady . . . poise Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Social Standards Committee 45 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Gym Assistant 45 Future Homemaker of America 3, Unit President5 Hi-Times Staff 25 College Day 45 Career Day 35 Hi-Y Kickline 2, 3, Co-Leader 45 Queen of Hearts Court 4. 60 nfs., . .ig i Seniors aww abs fx. f f. 'W' Ns, 4 if W s 'CNN 'M' """S .ww -10' w':"""'? rv "5::'rr is 'Wt awww ELIZABETH LOUISE STRONG "Sis" worker . . . N.H,S .... smile a minute Executive Council of Student Council 45 Secretary of Sophomore Class 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Chairman of Social Standards 45 French Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Inter-Club Council 35 Marshal 45 Cheerleader 45 Winged Words 25 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 45 Girls' State 35 National Honor Society Con- vention 35 Career Day 3. CARL MORRIS STROUPE "Carl" smile . . . personality . . . plus Toni German Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Hi-Y 2. JAMES WILLIAM SUTTON "Jimmy" tanker . . . quiet . . . nice Swimming 2, 3, 4. DAVID WOOD SWAIN "David" Dave . . . scientist . . . brains! Latin Club 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 35 Circus Band 35 Rocket Club 35 Winged Words 45 College Day Committee Chairman 4. JUDITH MIZELLE SWAIN "Judy" Class of '59 WW Full of fun . . . Spanish whiz . . . nice . . . sincere ' 4' 'V i n Class Council 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Hospitality X Committee 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 Office As- A " sistant 3, 45 Future Teachers of America, Publicity Chair- 1 I g man 3, 45 College Day Chairman 45 Career Day 3. rfb-QQ 'bw sg? ii- use X U dm, ANN CROCKETT SWINDELL 5 "W 'f 'ww everyone's friend . . . voice . . . sweet 5 , Spanish Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 25 Mizpah X V Devotional Group 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1 ,,,,. 35 Choral Ensemble 3, 45 Winged Words Staff 2, 35 Col- -I f'- lege Day 3' JAMES TARLTON MARY ELIZABETH- TANT "Mary 'Lizabeth" '91 Tant . . . Fluffy . . . always smiling im- W- W Homeroom Secretary 2, 35 Sports Committee 3, 45 Latin f f. 'Timm 'QS""D' Club 25 German Club 45 Cheerleader 45 Queen of Hearts i Courts 3. ,gf U, ..., 1 ,., 57 Y 5 5 if . ,.., MALCOLM ALLEN TAYLOR "Mac" ,.--' - ' X April . . . brown eyes . . . cute 'ij' 5 l Football 25 Basketball 25 Boys' State 3. , W ww, M " Siu, A is EUGENE TERRY "Eugene" www, ""' , . ..,- I ,,:' ., m i "" "" 4 1 15, 5 5 ,I ",l ',--,., IIIQ: gi: 5 I M! L K .:, 1 . 61 Mg ! 'av X, .,..p tv 'ififii frv 4 I -5 xiii ,,V,A lg Aj , 9:9 5, -ami. , . r, Seniors 2'9"- . l"Qgo'! L xf"7'1" xl!! ak-ipggf .n-usa.. we KW' v. V' it .,,,.... .sr r is it VW, as WILLIAM SIDNEY THAMES "Sidney" Sid . . . everyone's friend . . -. good looks Homeroom Officer 45 Latin Club 2, 3. LOUISE KENNEDY THOMAS "Tudy" the craziest . . . that lagff! . . . friendly Homeroom Devotional Chairman 45 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association Vice-President 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Future Homemakers of America Reporter 45 College Day 4. MARTHA TILLERY THOMAS "Martha" State . . . blue eyes . . . nice 'n neat . . . Toot Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Officer 35 Stu- dent Co-operative Committee 35 French Club 3, 45 Little Theater 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45 Salem Academy, Winston-Salem, N. C. 2, Chairman of Stand- ards Committee 25 LATIPAC Staff 4, Joke Editor 4. TIMOTHY REED THOMAS "Tim" big boy . . . nice . . . good looks Intramural Sports Committee 4. ROBERT BUIE THOMPSON t'Robin" tanker . . . friendly . . . always on the go Homeroom Officer 35 German Club 2, 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4. EDWIN GILBERT THURLOW "Ned" likes Brubeck . . . true enthusiast . . . Man Fred Homeroom Vice-President 2, Treasurer 35 J.V. Foot- ball 25 J.V. Basketball 3. LORETTA JANE TODD "Jane" looks! . . . boys, boys, boys . . . always bubbling over Homeroom Secretary 35 Library 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Antillies High School, San Juan, Puerto Rico 25 Cheer- leader 2. BOBBY RAY TOMLINSON f'Bobby" Red Man . . . drummer! . . . dancing champ!!! Spanish Club 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 2, 3, 4. PEGGY ANN TRIPP 'Peggy' "Piggy" . . . French brain? . . . Kinston Red Cross Representative 45 French Club 3, 45 Spanish Club5 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Inter-Club Council 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 45 Office Assistant 35 Future Teachers of America 3, 4. ALTON EARL TRUELOVE "Alton" 62 l N Class of '59 Y rl. - ..,i, Q... ,,., W I . ,.,, 1 me ia W. "'MQ.,.a-we ,,, . i 2. pa. mana! M if 'Naam , fist. TW' QFNQQ. www ignite' ffm - In A 1. M - .-, ,,:Q-': M it ...F -it rg ': i .. .. C. . DQE . 7 fk ggi X- -::Q: , . . ' -g- - 3 V f 1:i , '-.- ff' f im ua' , Sth .X 1 I Nr NATALIE SHANNON TUNSTALL "Natalie" Yakety-Yak . . . personality . . . friend Student Council Alternate 4, French Club, Little Theater 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Inter-Club Council Treasurer 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Hi-Times Staff 2, College Day 4. SUSAN MARTEL TURNER "Susan" lover . . . nice to all . . . pony tail Fayetteville High School 2, Treasurer Homeroom 2, Teen- age Council, Spanish Club, Library Club, Girls' Athletic Association, Future Teachers of America, Girls' Basket- ball Team, Future Nurses Club, Secretary, Radio Club, Vice-President, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. GERALD OTIS TUTTLE "Jerry" clothes . . . tall and good looking . . . dancer Student Council Representative 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Diversified Occupation 4, J.V. Foot- ball 2, 3. LYNN STANTON TUTTLE "Stanton" Mr. N.H.S .... friendly . . . sense of humor . . . smart Class Council 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, Stand- ard Committee 3, 4, Latin Club 2, German Club 3, Vice- President 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Presi- dent 3, 4, Key Club 3, Vice-President 4, Service Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, President 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Honor Society Con- vention 3, College Day 3, 4. ISRAEL LLOYD TYLER t'Ty" the trenchant tongue . . . guy with a purpose . . . brains Student Council Representative 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 3, Orchestra 2, Winged Words 4, Track 3, 4, Career Day 4. JAMES LARRY UPCHURCH "Larry" always friendly . . . big tease . . . dry wit Student Council Representative, Marching Band. MARY CATHARINE VICK quiet . . . Charlotte . . . sweet and neat . . . hardworlcer Homeroom Officer 3, Hospitality Committee 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Mizpah Devotional Group 4, Winged Words 4, College Day 4. JAMES GLENN WALL "Glenn" quiet . . . nice to all . . . English class Clayton High School, Clayton, N. C. STEPHEN GARLAND WALL "Jack" Tar Heel . . . Wad . . . tall Student Council Representative 2, Student Council A1- ternate 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Civil Defense 2, Elections Committee 3, 4, Winged Words 2, Hi-Times ta 2, 3. GAYLE MURPHEY WALSH "Gayle" Mrs .... nice 'n quiet . . . poise Distributive Education 3, Frank L. Ashley High School, Gastonia, N. C. 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Bible Club 2, Marching Band 2, Symphonic Band 2. 63 WARREN WALTER WOODEN "Warren" much too much . . . science brain . . . woodchuck Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Monogram Club 3, 45 Manager Swimming Team 45 Manager Track Team 3, 4. CECILIA JOANNE WALTERS "Joanne" quiet . . . nice to know . . . pretty eyes Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Mizpah Devotional Group 2. THOMAS CARL WARD "Thomas', friendly . . . big boy . . . English class Lost and Found Committee 45 German Club 2, 35 March- ing Band 3, 45 Symphonic Band 45 Varsity Band 2, 35 Career Day 4. JOHN WALLER WARDLAW "Johnny" Pedro . . . one of the greatest . . . MG . . . athlete Class Council 3, 45 Class Vice-President 35 Homeroom Officer 45 Elections Committee 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Varsity Band 25 Football Team 3, 4, Captain 45 J.V. Football 25 Track 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM WARLICK 'LBi11" tall . . . funny . . . energetic? LANNY LEAMON WATKINS t'Lanny" quiet . . . nice . . . easy going Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Diversified Occupation 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN WATKINS t'Patsy" State Theater . . . State fan . . . brainy? Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Winged Words 3, 4. ROBERT LEE WATKINS, JR. "Bobby" bus driver . . . friendly . . . likable Diversified Occupation 3, 4. EBERN THORNTON WATSON "Ebern" hot rod . . . easy going . . . nice to know . . . quiet Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Al- ternate 35 Homeroom Officer 45 House and Grounds Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2. JOE CHESHIRE WEBB "Joe" Cousy . . . true enthusiast . . . A.L. Student Council 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Audio-Visual 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 35 J.V. Basketball 25 Track 3, 4. 64 2- xagwi .a,,, eniors sqm, ups' ,Q . i t ,g ZI- 1 Q xr' "5 4 4 'fe YES' .av r we .F its it 5 ' 3 ,K we m ay www M if ?-U -vs :'I-.2-sE- " '- ' 5'ff:,, ...... - , A. x gm 5 .air ', S '62 'TTT' www, A Class of '59 rw? My-we MTW: -Y' I ,. t I sf' Q r tt Q' I. wp' W we Us Nl? f ,W H. iskamt 'E if Qffx 5 as we 'itil Fai? fffff-w'S,'i'1.f V ,za g A ' - ' ee5mgg, w , H wx 'l as 5 1-vm, ,anim PATRICIA ANN WEIL "Pat" attractive . . . pretty hair . . . Buick Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer 25 Latin glug Z5 Y-Teens 25 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Hi-Times a . JACQUELINE ANN WHELESS "Jackie" blond . . . nice to know . . . dancer Projects Committee 45 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 2. TED STUART WHELESS "Ted" W. R. Mills High School, Louisburg 25 Office Assistant 25 Basketball 25 4-H Club 2. TRAVIS ROGER WHITLEY "Trav" Hunter . . . friend . . . Elite Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice-President 2, Presi- dent 45 Speech Club 3, President 45 Career Day 3. ILA JEAN WIDENHOUSE Ulla Jean" motormouth . . . enthusiasm . . . college men Hospitality Committee 35 French Club 3, 45 Speech Club 2, 35 National Forensic League 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 45 Winged Words 3, 4, Business Manager 45 College Day 45 Career Day 3. SARA LORENA WILEY "Sally" Norfolk . . . Steve . . . lost class of '59 Granby High School, Norfolk, Virginia 2, 35 Student Council Representative 25 Red Cross 2, Vice-President 2, 35 Drill Team 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Maecenean Sorority 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 4. DONNA LANE WILKERSON "Donna" sexy eyes . . . clothes . . . flirt Student Council Representative 25 Hospitality Commit- tee 45 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 45 State Student Council Convention 35 Spanish Club 2. CAROL ANN WILLIAMS 'tCarol" N.H.S .... English whiz . . . talented Student Council Alternate 2, 45 Homeroom Officer 25 Poster Committee 2, 45 Hospitality Committee 35 French Honor Society 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Inter-Club Council 45 Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 National Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 35 Future Teachers of America 45 Orchestra 2, 3, All-State Orchestra 35 Junior Civic Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4. CATHY WILLIAMS "Cathy" those eyes . . . Europe . . . pretty clothes Student Council Alternate 2, 35 French Club 3, Secre- tary 45 Y-Teens 45 Teachers Assistant 3, 45 Future Teach- ers of America 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Girls' Chorus 35 Career Day 4. JOAN CORNELIA WILLIAMS "Joan" Mickey . . . troubles . . . State . . . pretty hair Office Assistant 35 Future Homemakers of America Re- porter 2. W 1 li K 4 fd . :l'i4.s 1 Seniors S Q K 'Y' f is A ii' .. e M.. 'Vw B F, ram, 2'-sw Y WARREN ALLING WILLIAMS "Warren" Bird dog . . . beachcomber . . . Sparky Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Distributive Education 45 Office Assistant 4, J.V. Football 2, Tennis Team Manager 2, 3, 4. JOYCE WILLIAMSON "Joy" quiet . . . tall'un . . . all right Y-Teens 3, 4g Winged Words 4. LAURA CONNEL WILSON "Laura', Lora . . . pizza fan . . . Europe . . . red Homeroom Officer 25 Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 45 Future Teachers of America 43 Hi-Times Staff 45 LATXPAC Staff 4. LEONARD WADE SMITH WILSON "Lynn" Carolina? . . . hot Ford . . . Shieks Spanish Club 3, Varsity Band 2, 3, Hi-Times Staff 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 J.V. Football 2. JO ANN WINFREE "Jo Ann" personality plus . . . cute gal . . . friendly Homeroom Officer 4, Y-Teens 4g Future Homemakers of America 4, Tampa, Florida 33 Kiwanettes 3. MARY ELIZABETH WIN GFIELD "Bitsy" flirtatious eyes . . . personality plus . . . smart Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Student Council Alternate 4, German Club 2, 3, Vice-President 33 Mixed Chorus 25 College Day 3. MARTHA REBECCA WINSTON "Becky" quiet . . . nice . . . intellectual Latin Club 2, German Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 35 Mimeo- graph Assistant 2, 3. BRENDA FAY WISHON L'Brenda" eyes . . . fraternity pin . . . Bill Student Council Representative 4, French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 49 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Future Homemakers of America Unit Secretary 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 4, Winged Words 3, 4. BRENDA JEAN WOOD L'Brenda" Woody . . . quiet . . . sweet Girls' Chorus 2. JULIA KAY WOOD "Kay', nice smile . . . pleasant . . . dark Future Teachers of America 2, Future Homemakers of America 2, Mixed Chorus 35 Dramatic Club 2. LIN MOONG WONG "Lin" math whiz . . . brief case . . . friendly smile Homeroom Officer 45 Newport News High School, Vir- ginia 2, 3. PEGGY JOAN WOOD "Peggy" Let's go to the beach . . . Siler City . . . Eddie Library Club 3, Vice-President 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Lexing- ton Senior High School, Lexington, N. C.5 Future Home- makers of America 25 Latin Club 25 Davie County High School 25 Glee Club 25 Science Club 2. HERRIETTA BROOKS WOODARD "Brooks" Profile plus . . . procrastinator? . . . learneris permit Poster Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 4. FLORENCE PATCH WORKMAN "Patch" nice gal . . . friend to all . . . cute as can be French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 St. Margaret's School, Tappaharrock, Virginia 25 Student Council Representa- tive 25 Dramatics Club Board 25 Newspaper Staff 2. THOMAS CLARKSON WORTH HT. C." another Mr. Manager . . . Tommy . . . friendly Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer 3, 45 Audio-Visual Committee 45 Social Standards Committee 45 Projects Committee 25 Spanish Club 35 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Football Team Manager 3, 45 J.V. Football Team Manager 25 Basketball Manager 25 Track Team Manager 2, 3, 4. GEORGE SMEDES YORK "Smedes" Hatchet . . . tallin blond . . . brains! Student Council Representative 3, Alternate 25 Home- room Officer 2, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, Vice- President 3, President 45 Marshal 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Queen of Hearts Escort 35 Boys' State 3. MARTHA YOUNG always reading . . . friendly . . . blondie Latin Club 25 German Club 3, 45 Safety Committee 35 Office Assistant 4. STEVEN THOMAS ZEBLO, JR. "Steve" EDWIN ARTHUR EUGENE ZSCHAU, JR. "Eddie" swimmer . . . the harem . . . I got a joke . . . blondie Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Tennis 25 Track 2. JUDYTH AUSTIN "Judyth" newcomer . . . friendly . . . those eyes Woodlawn High School, Birmingham, Alabama 25 Junior National Honor Society 25 Band 25 Plant High School, Tampa, Florida 35 Fine Arts Club 35 Band 35 Scribblers Club 35 Scriblet Staff 3. Class of '59 +"vx, -vw V-aw A get . .W W :Q HM fx if r. vl,fi-Q,,,,N?E,?U:f X Ex-xirirffgr .- me ' VZ, M ,. fm 'Sis 5' ig, 3 ,MM 'llkiwistf 1 is WA,-6"'t st, 'Sl st V 5. 1, ..f ' new luv 'Wa ' 5 QQ' 'Rfk ff 5 Q A. with ,nggx in , is 'WC ffgmm 4"f44...Fx 'sir-"""" . .3 k4 M4 Q U ROBERT HOCUTT ....,.. Woonv BYRD .,.A..... JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS BRENDA FERREE ............... SUSAN HILL BLOUNT .....,,,. PETE C1-uMos .............. MR. STEED .E...... President Vice-President ...........Secretary .,,,..,,,,,.,,Treasu'rer Sergeant-at-A'rms ,.,,,,...,,,,,.,,,Admsor 5 it 4 . 1 'j M rye Q Q A ,hz ,.....,.. .. , . g ,Z 1 t 'Q .. J 'W J A 'WRX S' gh ,I M 'ibn' 'vb A if f r i A" mil "' M' 'N , A ,,.,,, . I A 1 ' 1 . - J: .fx 25 ' ,.l:: Q ' - - ' 7 M .AZ . E I aww , .. , wr , ,gf -Q if 'H' - ff' " filwia "N ' aww 'K A ,A k Uv wlpwlx Y A 'Vu Eilffkh A+ A "'?.. if 2 Top row, left to right: James Adams, Jane Adams, J. W. Allen, Joyce Allen, Margaret Allen, Donna Allsbrook, Bob Anderson. Middle row: Bonnie Archer, Peggy Ashworth, Donald Bagwell, Cynthia Bailey, Nancy Bailey, Bob Baird, Ben Baker. Bottom row: Faye Baker, Walter Bak r, FrancespBarbour, Max Barbour, Sarah Barnhardt, Jimmy Barefoot, Becky Barnes. j ' J' ., ' ' 1. 'JL wg Q ir 1 WWW AF WM A J :ff , www f wpfwpff i M. by CMWIM' F y-yuh -Q L., le, . . .lu IOFSWWM I 5 aww" - ' ir 1' W I IX Q, Tl .55 .6-5 ski' ix ,- -'MX'S.' lin.: H-sJ nn Top row, left to right: Donna Baird, Bud Beattie, George Bensch, Cliff Benson, Billy Benton, Bill Bernhart, Paula Billingsly. Middle row: P Carolyn Bishop, Ronnie Bishop, Virginia Blackwood, Danny Blalock, Janet Blalock, Donald Bland, Jerry Bland. Bottom rcrw: Susan Hill Blount, Johnny Bogle, Jim Bone, Bobby Bourne, King Bostrom, Mac Boxley, Ann Boynton. nv . .n s ' 2 ii is faint D Q ' A if-1. WY' . ,. A Q k' 5 - "' f' ..,.,. f .--: 1 I ' I " .i,, L "" '- . g ,,-' ' nl' an ' 55" t 1 A Q V if at Za, vs lg y 'F' , P ' sm. .1 1' ln? 5- Top row, left to right: Shirley Bradshaw, Shelley Branch, Billie Brannon, John Brantley, Frank Braswell, Elizabeth Brennecke, Linney Brewer. 'XHXJW Middle row: eL1LJCif,'lsj Jim Breckhouse, Dori Eers, Jean Brooks, King Bostrom, Andy Brown, Helen Brown, Ruth Brown. I l , . Bottom row: , llQ47?l,-1..-1 .1 Janet B y' , r uc HD6 J uffaloe, Lyn Buffaloe, Buddy Bumgardner, John Bullard, Woody . . Byrd. f WK I Uvflkbc '. w an-. ' I 711, 1 1 . 'Bhd 5 ' J M, ,ff Class of 60W OM W ' fy I . l 1, C. L' v , , U, 6 rj -3,13 . Top row, left to right: f lil 4 x ' Kay Cain, Ronald Callahan, Sue Campbell, Joe Canady, Linda Capps, Mittie Caps, Jones Card. Y' Middle row: if 1 " Ruth Carroll, Garry Carter, Kathee Carter, Carol Cash, Peggy Callette, Becky Chadwick, Pat Chandler. , , . 11,4 Bottom row: Jo Cherry, Ray Cherry, Walter Cherry, Charles Chennis, Pete Chimos, Donna Church, Mary Jo Clark. p E i il . mi Q . WE .X ,mix ,Ns I .,... V K a , Q ,. 'X N a . . , , . .... NT . ..,- , - i .:.a at Q l ' 1 - f ' "" I li' ' .ew ,..- ":"" , , , QQVWM ., , 2 I 4 - E-: - ww. ,.p-M.. we , :i5E5:1': ' ' 1 :J VUE Ni , W- ' - ffl A:- Qf W We 'X' J ie , W M -'M '-a 2' . Iii ' fp ' W ' ' , .-,- E 2-2 ' . I gill ? Q k W if an I C-. TL 'K .. I 4' if ,we I xx um 9 - 2 W . , . , a ffl . --it in M , ,. - ..,. L gi a X xg? W E W Q by 5 ni 9 A 1 -f ,,..., .ff ., a ,. -fe S .ef ? aty ef , -W E I to if A 1 ,'1'A: ia 'Irv 5 rf I " A . . .qll ,:,. xg H gg if 1 ff 33:4 if : . 553+ l lf? ': Q' C W-5-fe t ,,, ec a i rt b e xl . . - C- 1 . lg fa., Top row, left to right: ,J David Clegg, Stacy Clifton, Belle Cline, Gary Coates, Bill Coley, Barbara Collins, Lynda Colvard. r Middle row: l iana Coneybear, Eddie Connell, Joyce Cooke, Joan Corter, Virginia Costner, April Cox, Carol Coxe. ,9Bottom row: 512, , Betsy Ann Cranford, George Cromartie, Linda Cromley, Becky Croom, Jo Crowder, Jim Dailey, Carolyn ll 5 Daniel. Juniors Glenn Darst, Sue Davenport, Julia Davis, Beverly Dean, Kathleen Dean, Martha Dean, Mary Frances Dean. Middle row: Larry Dean, Robin Debnam, Steve Derkyshire, Dickie Derreth, Jeffrey Dick, Rachelle Dickerson, Dean Dixon. C30 gp Top row, left to right: J 3 Bottom row: ag Elizabeth Doggett, Joan Dorsey, Linda Dowdee, Chat Drinkard, Robert Duncan, Ray Dunn, Henry Dunn. J t I ,, ' i 'N Ef f ' 2 We 15 5' A sr? :N 1-:: J 49 -fee t Q Ya e' ' -. 5 ,ati A Q D 1 'XX p ..,, , ,gy .. I .am Ja X 5: , -,Ev u J f if I ET, Q ,::1.'1 SEQ. . 1 75' :C 1 A A X its A PR mf " ik 7, 2 ' l S 5 wing W E . -, r - .......,. 3 :. ' wm -at ,I N3 se 6 N.. .0 2? AFQTQXN Q Wig -'ms ,, -Iii Y l C f if ,A , Tie ii N 1.4 I as 1 IIIEI f A , ,, , V . , I , I A,. I .. x . Q Q s 1 3 g A W , W i E :ii .Q ,z z gg W , ,.. ,,,..,.,-:s ,-y:::g5:g, 5 t X W4 51:1 Q l Q Q Q if f at lf fs 'N , 5: ag 'Q W as flE i ,, Top row, left to right: Judy Dunn, Diana Dupree, Jimmy Dupree, Nan Dupree, Roy C. Duncan, Elva Edwards, Richard Ed- Wards. Middle row: Richard Edwards, Jr., Tommy Ellen, Ronnie Elliott, Carol Don Ellis, Alice Faye Ellis, Grace Elead, Jim- my Emmons. Bottom row: Barry Emory, T Emory, Sandra Estes, Jimmy EtcQ1 Evans, Anne Fakler, Diane alter. K fjelpoisbs of '60 p,Wk iX, op ow to right: Mx da F rree, I lds, Bobbie Fi c , Robin Fine, Dorothy itts, Margaret Flint, Frank Floyd. id LJ ro : n Fl ommy lynn, Steve Fore, Marcia Fountain, Jana Franklin, Judy Fulghum, Mary Anne dk g to row: S ndra Fuller, Merrill Futrell, Mildred Gatrost, I. B. Gay, Hunter George, Linda George, John Gettinger. .. My ,H M ,.-E: 'gm-v.,,h ir! Eff gr 2 -w i ng -iz rw! , is Q, ka, ,K , i Zh '7 I r A fe 'f -- Z P , 7 A fx Qi 3 Q g M., M, f , -'-- I ,gg ,.,.. M t ,WSU ls 'lg 'N H in 'M , vi ,,,. i l r 1 ' . . Q 'riffs' x 'xml 7. in L Q as 1 'JR ' ' fr 1 r W' E ':. A V ,FMF , , VM 4' . L it I ,Hz A V XV-.,V, mem, , 1:7 , . J, 6 " JJJJ , lf W is ., ....:..' 5 -.V1 1 ,... , f " 4 ,,,.- : - ' . 3. if 3, V, 5 - , ...,L V ., A . , A 5 V, Q V an . . . 'ali , Wx? 'NS Ay V W E as M ' ii, ,.--fg'.,.,j':' ' w,s2fSaWm, 4 - A - .... 2 :"2 illl: Sw lpkmwx 1 A , 1 . V VZ, - ....- 1 2-1 ., .,, i n ,I '- 1:55. ll VT! I 'F H H' H 132- Q-1-- .. -1.,, J Q Q V VVVV gf I , . .,.,.,,.,.1 1, it WH? Top row, left to right: lgllarg Alice Gibbs, George Godwin, Sunny Godwin, Willie Godwin, Virginia Going, Terry Golden, Betsy oo w1n. Middle row: Joyce Goodwin, Randy Gore, Linda Gosnell, John Graham, Judy Gray, Eddie Green, Tommy Green. Bottom row: Nina Green, Panthea Gupton, Phil Hagler, Judy Hagwood, Janice Hamilton, Cecil Harding, Edwina Hardy. Juniors .- g fl! fKgXfL,,,3j,..af,:,t,!,,Lf'0fff'P ' My JWMMKYJWI- My Wwwgg -B, sip Q' 0 T W 3' rey is, Ray d Harris, Philip Harrie, Becky Hartman, Resse Hart, Ronni Hartsfield, Faye e I' ,fa ,. Jw iffy Loi arvey, Jean Hawks, Ann Hawks, Mary Ann Haynes, Becky Gaddy, Johnnie Hedgepeth, Nelson pf derson. ,pg M2129 tom 1'ow:. ,J" . ula Henley, Frank Henry, e y ic B tt H' ks, Ramona Hicks, Donna Hicks, Dottie Hicks, Vicky Hicks. WZ ,,,,,, , , ,J , , Vik ,....,. 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Bottom row: Chuck Hyatt, Jimmy Ingram, James Inscoe, Donny Jackson, Joanne Jackson, Sam James, Annie Lou Jay. Class of '60 Top row, left to right: Joanna Jeffries, Edward Jenkins, Billy Johnson, Don Johnson, Eleanor Johnson, Jo Ann Johnson, Jane Johnston. Middle row: Nancy Johnson, Siguard Johnson, Sue Johnson, Tommy Johnson, Carol Jones, Carolyn Jones, Jimmy Jones. Bottom row: Johnny Jones, Malcolm Jones, Stan Jones, Betsy Kalkhurst, Jinx Kelly, Jim Kenerson, Tim Kimrey. , M J y A r 4 y Q WN I - 'im W :P 2 ,,,. K wi ' - :K , ti Q, qs? 4 .N H in im, .,,. s i A J to 1 j s Q ' A iii: gf Z- N if X Q Q , , ,1,d' .Q 1 .'-' g s! .'1, V W 'V" X N "" 1 , ' J -----: - j 'Pl .,,..,. :-"' 1 ,, 1 I- .f 32 -E: It B I ..,,, 5 , , :rg ,ga :--' V. , is ' J- M, J f iwi' 's it 'K Q 'Q 1 s ai ' Y M " "V 'A in . gh B my V' , E si 4 'W' a':' "'-- fx' ' a . fl 1- it . 'J y ,,., -, r ""' 4 - a .i ' I 1 in J 'W' " :'V' N M .iiaififf IQ' ei " is 1 Z 5 4: 3 ga , Q lie L .ju J ii my X 1? V4ff'j:? ,W J l i - gk .:----f.: iii 425 5 faves J - v - w ww-,wm,n. 'wifi ,Jw if wiiffvfwm . 2 - 5 55 S Li J' 'H ,ia ,I HHHZ ,.,, -f 5' A i ii , J, . 1 Q: .: Q X' 'K 55 15: - , is A ,A ,. mm ' .. " J" ' , H .., . 7 V . ., AN. ,,,.. , . .. ,, I i . i, "'., J , .Q'.-- J ' , 5' , i f ', ,N , V ,,,,,EE- ,fx my It ..,.,.- gi., ,EZ K,-,Q 7 ..-v . ,- ,W k A 'Q if iid iff J if if J 9 A"A - J ft 3' ,Q A,,.,A 1 Top row, left to right: Jane Kincheloe, Ginny King, Kit King, Scott Klieman, Chuck Klingman, Johnny Koonce, Shirley Kriegel. Middle row: Caroll Landis, Kay Landis, George Langford, Phil Langford, Linwood Lawton, Robert Learoyd, Brad Learoyd. P , Bottom row: Q Jack Leavel, Alex Lee, Pat Lee, Alan Levi, Peggy Liggins, Barbara Ligon, Jackie Liles. V Juniors Top row, left to right: . . ' U Brenda Liner, Lynn Lindsey, Nancy Lipford, Charlie Little, Parks Low, Carol Lyles, Patsy Lynch. Middle row: Tom McA1ister, Loretta McCaskil1, Dottie McClellan, Jimmy McGhee, Roger McLean, Kay McManus, Billy McMil1en. - Bottom row: ' A Robert McNeill, Ellen Mackintosh, Jim Maffit, Jerry Mangum, Tift Mann, Larry Marangos, Charles Markham. ,,., A, .Z Z, R , i , as : - J. J ri r Y if t 'W ' ef li J 5 s i if f - Em ., - J H .,...,. 9 y 5 , , W 3 A , ,.,,,, , A li. , g 'F 5 Rl Qd0"'1 K rw is .f W 5 if I .L , fi 'QWNM Hi yn--Q. se- an RW QS 'Hn-af Ymvv New Y M . . .5 'i g .' . W ma, Wie 5 Top row, left to right: Dennis Martin, Donna Massengill, Carole Massey, Terry Massey, Carey Matthews, Vellie Matthews, Pat May. Middle row: Ruth Anne Mayton, Mickey Mettry, Paul Michael, Doug Mims, Ronald Misner, Darlene Mitchell, Doris Jean Mitchener. Bottom row: John Mobley, Okes Moore, David Moore, Joe Moore, Peggy Moore, Steve Moore, Bobby Morgan. Class of '60 Top row, left to right: Sally Morgan, Marian Morris, Mike Morton, Robert Munns, Ayden Murray, Barbara Murray, Connor Murray. Middle row: Lesie Murray, Tal Nowell, Carol Norwood, Billy Noell, John Nicholson, Lynn Nickels, Pete Nichols. Bottom row: Carol Oakley, Lyn Ogburn, Jimmy Olive, Fred O'Nea1, Skip Palma, Edith Parker, Jo Ann Parker. ., 3 . ., , . ...,., w .N gg. 55" ,4, f A 5 I J f 'Q A s Q """l I J ' 1 We 'iff-'f' .f S , ' 32' 1 - . s ' ' Q :J . F2-'I ' I: ' , 1 if j .Ilia , ii ' f '15 In 'N I W'-' ' 1 , 1 E ' i .,..- ' 3315" .. - g I ,. . g mi :f air-::'. -..,, 15,1 .,., ,- ,., ig H .. 1 :5.,., ' - ef' '-,ua 1 ll t :-- J X -l L f Q' V - A lx L - v'1, is , 5 3 Q ' Q all l , S - K .jg :QV i Q -Q, - . ,QE ,M A an U ,E .,.. , y 4 In Q: '- . J 801' ' 'ffl Z '5 S -, ssr -My fi, -es'-w 21 ' if ,"" - ,K 37 li 5' ' I. -fifii zm J U, ' P . ? 5 .2 uluu , XFN' ' " fe A Hi W J. 512 H . ,- f .v:.- ' in "'c wi ,W 15, l sw l , til :M ,,.-W, K 1. ..".., ,,.. Nvw . , r f T N ' . ' ' ""' ' V X 7 -' , " lf: l -zz, w '52 , TS Q 2? i 1 yi ww W 3 I -., Q Q' A . A A L. Top row, left to right: Linda Parrish, Mary Joyce Parrish, T. H. Parrott, Fred Partin, Mary Patchell, Harriett Patton, Peggy Payne. Middle row: Billy Peabody, John Pearce, Karen Peck, David Peebles, Ann Penny, Jerald Perkins, Jimmy Maddrey. Bottom row: David T. Perry, Jdyce Perry, Ted Peterson, Edward Pierce, Jimmy Pierce, Preston Pingree, Susan Pinyoun' 5 a,li0!L2ib9jfd7 a ' . W 04tfat14uef1,4v1f5 219 caiijjjggziffdf ?,4fL4 41,4116 '41 Juniors mtgfzza zMf,.,9iW,Qga 45 Top row, left to right: Fred Piper, Peggy Pitser, Bobby Pleasants, Jean Poe, Lacy Poe, Bobby Poole, Cynthia Poole. Middle row: Bonnie Power, Douglas Powell, Jim Powell, Lois Powell, Patrick Powledge, Hugh Pridgen, Charles Pullen. Bottom row: Joan Maril Purdee, Carolyn Raffield, Bill Ramsey, Richard Randall, Danny Ray, Jenny Lind Roy, Ella Raymond. ', iiii'i 5 E" . sit lim -'..., ,,,. K ",., ,..., .,.: : ' H ,. E .--- .,,, :Z :bbl 5 ,. .,,: - ,I age - E ,.,., ., ..:"- i" ,.i - :':' 55, 5? e ,... M ..,,. ,,.. , , :Q ,VII V , , I-My M, . " H 1 ' if V - 5 ' - gi zl' -' . I Us , , . , , .id -12 - ' - av 1 ZS: j d " me ' N... X A in 5 , 'Q 'A it 1 3 R X , Ex, W ' a f if it fl , '--Q Q .. to we A -W Y -V-. Q , J ' Q J , ,, WEL.: f.g3s,a, '- ..,, , 9452 . . ,QZEQQW gt ,Ls l Qiai N mf . t ag, 1 Mm g . X. X aw"""i 2 '--5--H.: ws, mf . . , W' 5--'il .:- X5 .,.-:1.:a.:.-. K p 5 in 9 . W QE ig... 'Q N my I 3 ar... Q .. MW 4 2 Q W ' Y Q V l ,W +,, 3, its l NN Y iv. I 5 I M 5 tw r F vw MX gr uf ' X is 4-w 5 N ff ' 1,12 b Fi., Y . . -..:: . .1 T. ' an ,A W ...I : . . '39 .fi X . 4215 .. i .Q 1' ' '51 -A ' i 'V .J Y , ' 'Qi r 'IZ -':' :' Q Lx 1 .. A -.,' ' N M ' ' ., a ,:.. 1 A .s , Q - .Jim Top row, left to right: Margot Reeve, Danny Reeves, Dan Renn, David Reynolds, Ralph Reynolds, Jimmy Richardson, Walter Richardson. Middle row: Faye Rideout, P. T. Rideout, Donna Ringold, Nat Robb, Lynn Roper, Joan Robbins, Terry Roberts. Bottom row: Jill Robinson, Billy Rogers, Ann Rowland, Hope Ruark, Sandra Russel, Dennis Rust, Jeanette Salmon. Class of '60 Top row, left to right: Beverly Sanderford, Ronald Saunders, Rosa Lee Sanders, Sally Sanders, Jimmy Self, Sally Shankle, Eugene Shane Middle row: Bob Shearin, Helen Simms. Bottom row: Sue Simonds, 1 j . .,,.. ,..- . A 5. .1 iw 42, .9 .55 2' 47 'A -- A .:5:slf5.2ES!2!'.:.':s:f:51-12 QQ, V- S 541: A nder. Rowland Shelley, Smitty Shepherd, Louise Sherron, Billy Simmons, Susie Simmons, Judy Skinner, Linda Sloan, Pat Sloan, Carolynn Smith, Dave Smith, Fred Smith. s wi. as r . i J .,. 5+ . Q 1 A .i -' 'N . . , 3 4, . is as Q, - ' We ' gif L K jf .5 ..:, I i 'i ' i"'i f' .Qi2i , s- "" 2 -'-' 5 .3,-5 . i F .S E 'X NT YA 4 uf? S -wif it ' Eiga i f K .,.: . .... , ii- ' Q- A . . Q ,WG WN W- if " M in six' gk' .fl lb? , . . M 5 2 . as 5 'E' ' i if Ak. . .- ' l . X' 3 ' r .:5 ' t - iff . VM' "' at J... I - X f ww rw . 1 ' - 'Y' f . ,. 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Middle row: V Bryant Tudor, Kay Turner, Carolyn Upchurch, Nancy Upchurch, Pug Wadell, Joyce Wade, Lee Waite vflfr Bottom row: June Wall, Sarah Wall, Pat Wallen, Martha Waters, Bobby Watkins, Myrtle Weaver, Ellen Weems. 355 5 in zruzg ,gi 15, 21' i ' U' ,M '3 :Qt K , E .,,, ,," , M YQ. ' - J Iz' :.V, -,,., ' A r , W , J , , J ki 1 Q ei,, 5. as f , za fx Q45 'FTS' i Sk 'N was 1 ,Q ,qv -Us 'W 1 NRA as ' im 'Q .v 4 at Q sg? Q in WC me aim 'M F , in Te ,,,., , A 95 ,,,, g ' Q "" --L "" J- ,I s. xg W E , nnbb- lvn Z I an 5, 4 .. -E - A . ,kin ia,W-f E as , V T 3 tmqmfp, Q, W an ,F asa . its G rate, as eaaauim r'awfx as w 5515:-I U' , A 4 ' M W im b y " '-lj , ' 2 -.,, A ., J' 2355399 ' J '- , In 2-' zfsff. M . M . ' I " Q .x Y , ,X 'W ef. 'tw' . ,,,.. .1 M j :,,,. "' , W f - PH ' 5 'Q Q W wr. 'f ' e-"A H ,p . .:,- .vkk. ew , . :EE-si fm, , . J M 23? ..,.. W. im L S ..,.. .--- yr J q . at 1 It fi -'-a:1 i we A fr my , , f M . W ff-L. lf ffvjg 1 Q Miz gm? , . -ew , . W ,,,. . z f 1, . I . ,g igs-:W N A. ...as X aku' We ,,.. es, W at g ., M3 V 'lza x 3 Q ,:.l Q ,il .,:.g 'H g 'QW K ,--l, il' . ' Q' :4"Yg is t r a'ra .. it Q it iii " " f it gk: 1' , H Nw If In, Q K fr Top row, left to right: Tom Welch, Sherry Wells, Danny West, Carl Wester, Betty Whalen, Carolyn Wheeler, Mary Katherine Wiggs. Middle row: Pam Wilder, Billy Wilder, Francine Wilkerson, Mary Lou Willett, Bennie Williams, Danny Williams, David Williams. Bottom row: . Eddie Williams, Eugene Williams, Frank Williams, Frony Williams, Carolyn Wilson, Martha Wilson, Nancy Wise. Class of '60 Top row, left to right: Tillie Witmer, Roy Wood, Alison Wrenn, Priscilla Wright, Dan Wrenn, Helen Wilson, Carolyn Weber. Middle row: Ann Yarbrough, Mary Yarbrough, Frank C. Ziglar, David Williams, Ray Luther, Fred Lorbacher, Patricia Saunders. Bottom row: Christie Starr, Nan Ziglar, Donald Terry. W lf ...gi ... . , 1 vs 4+ L Ha' C ,iw 61 fi iii .tb-.. a .53 - , ...mv-f.,i . BL.: Ljgzwmmig , .5, . ' 7. gl' sl ax- 1525? if - 'Z A N . -. 1 ' l W vs .P is E- ,L . , ,, wp: . W - WL ':f5:, .. W K wg- qt: E in , 4 . ,,, Q 4 N? N 5, r Y I v ,W V HMM nv 'X qv .. ,ht A, by ,. fl' f-fum 1-rs .iv . Wi ' rv xt 'wi uf' Lnh is - iwm BQXH' 'N vw ..,.l,: X 9 x , - L," 135 Nah B , 333315 aw H it ""'i W. -aff 'mf V- Q-Z wgfx Maw M 433 :fx mix .5 If "fy 'ik KE '-...f SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS EDWARD BAILEY ..,....... ,........ ............... ........ A . .... P T esident WALLY JONES .........,. PAT HAwKs .....A DICKY BAKER ..,... DoN LEE ,.....,,.. MR. BRANTLEY . .........Vice-President .....,.,,,.,.Secreta'ry A .................... Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms ,...............,.....,,Adviso1' Sophomores William Abrams Thomas Adams Charles Adkins Josephine Aguirre Ann Alford Jerry Allen Betty Anderson John Anderson Kristin Anderson Snow Anderson Norman Andrews Woodson Arline Frances Arnold Jo Ann Arnold Judith Arnold Linda Ashburn Mary Helen Ashton Dianne Atkins Emerson Atkinson Michael Atkinson William Austin Richard Babcock Edward Bailey James Bailey Richard Baker Prentiss Baker Jeanette Ball Sara Barbee Lloyd Barber Daniel Barbour Larry Barbour Sandra Barbour Ann Bartholomew Susan Bass Bernice Bazemore Billy Bazemore Sallie Beam Luzette Bean Prudence Beatty Larry Beck Sue Bedard Alexander Bell Ann Bennett Patricia Benton Carol Biggs Class of '61 . . .a Edsel Blake N. G. Blake Robert Boettner Susan Boland Richard Boles Paulette Bone Fred Bostram Jack Bostrom James Boulware James Boyette Linda Boykin John Broch Charles Bradshaw Emily Bradshaw Lana Bradshaw Ann Brannan Timothy Brannan Richard Brant Janette Brantley Sue Brawley Joseph Bridges Ruth Britt Brenda Brown Ginger Brown James Brown Stephen Brown Nancy Browning J. T. Bryan Nancy Buffaloe Veta Bunch Lamar Bunn David Burnette JoAnne Burrows Henry Bynum James Byrum Sherry Cameron Joan Canady Kathy Canady Mary Cannon Phyllis Cannon Janet Carmean James Carper Sandra Carter Judy Cash Robert Castleberry ,. I .,. , E ,. be ., r , E . if :V . ' L, -'W LY ui I5M,.:1 t -12 :.," .lf 3, w 'P---- I - "-,.. U f --yn :I .,-,-. ,:-,. ,. 4- If X V.: ns I ft ' 4. 46' is Q- gg C Qyu, R A -, li f 'Bw ,E x 1-..,N Y , is 1 fs I ? W,,.,,.,,i ,, . v-V is 'W Q i -W ..-, , 'MW N! Sfmt .qi M. its div in Q if as 'Q :gi W 1 's I 1 . 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'I ,,.... 2 ,..-.-. 1.: A. ,,., I . 1 1 3 i Q i 4 ,V 'x- :-:5.. rj ., -Q 3 J ea i - ,ie a N i a a a L' 'If U A " '- D. , J 4 .,1,,. , ...,, . 5 ' W rv if t J i J, N, f iggi Q X ai? 7,13 s i- f ol .,,.,,, -bg. l if Q r :unaw- X I f lah 5 ' 'Tk 1 'C izhib J f si., i K J i a 1. .K il. , ..,., Sophomores Julia Catlette Carey Caudell Josephine Caudle Michael Cayton Betty Jean Cecil James Cecil Jackie Chamblee Ann Chappell Theodore Chappell Carol Chatneuif Gary Cheek Betsy Cherry Carolyn Jean Cherry Mary Carolyn Cherry Kay Childers Ronald Christie James Clark Robert Clark Robert Clayton Barbara Cleaver Herbert Cobb Mary Coggins Everett Cole Linda Coley William Collins Thomas Cook Alice Core Donald Cowan Hugh Cox Claude Crawford Shirley Creech Faye Creegan William Crossland Judith Crouch Larry Crowder Linda Cupp Charlotte Curtis Cheryl Dail Jack Dailey Joachim Damman Donna Daniel Billie Darden Harriet Davidson Peter Davidson Brian Davis Class of '61 Cynthia Davis Gretchen Davis Harold Davis JoAnn Davis Jerry Dayberry Kenneth Dean Linda Dean Carter Deaton Charles DeBrito Charles Dent Wayne DeLisse McLaughlin Denmark Glenda Dickens William Doar Robert Dodd Linda Doub Edwin Dowell Grady Doyle John Doyle James Dubree Jeanne Dudley Harold Duke, Jr. Cleta Dunaway Naomi Duncan Christopher Dunlap Frankie Dunlap Frank Dunn Lakey Duvall Eugene Earp Kenneth Easley Barbara Eason Richard Eddins Eric Edgerton Kirby Edwards Charlotte Edwards Barbara Ellisberg Alice Ely John Emory Annette Ennis Patricia Ennis Patricia Eubanks Billie Evans Charles Faison Thomas Fahnestock Varian Farmer X 'K-El. 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QW ' r' .J J F an ' M' e ':M- RTW' 1 sg F F Sophomores William Farrior John Farris Janet Ferrell Polly Finan Frederick Fisher Thomas Fisher Thomas Fleming Dell Ford Joann Fose Betty Fowler William Fowler Carol Fowler Reagan Fox David Brady Eugene Frazier Margie Fulghum James Fuller Linda Fuller Betty Gaither Betty Gaskins Shirley Gaskins Phyllis Gattis George Gibson Donna Giddens Barbara Gilbert Schyler Giles Dixie Kay Gill Kathryn Glover David Goddard Brenda Godwin Jane Godwin James Goodman Kay Goodwin Linda Goodwin James Gower Lynn Greathouse Raymond Gregson David Green Edward Green Barry Greenspon Patsy Griliin Robert Gruber John Haire Linda Haley Alfred Hamilton Class of '61 Burnelle Harding Carol Hardy Ernest Hardy Richard Harkins Emmalee Harris Robert Harris Rachel Harrington Anne Harrison Hunter Harrison Bruce Harrod Ashley Hart Eugene Hart Jean Hart James Hartman Allen Harvin Carolyn Haskins Jerry Hauber Barbara Hawkins Oscar Hawkins Patricia Hawks Charles Hawks Roy Hawks Edward Haynes Alice Haywood Ronald Heath Roxanne Heffner John Henderson Gay Herring Paul Herring Edward Hester Linda Hester Mary Lynn Hickman Annette Hicks Betty Hicks Billie Leigh Hicks Kenneth Hicks William Hicks William Hill Helen Hilliard Roy Hinceman Houston Hobbs James Hoffman Rosemary Hoffmann Gary Holland Douglas Holmes fn. 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FA .:':: :F I fi M ' ' -fl 'i q . ,.,- :Z I I i ,,A,:,A, 4+ if-. l 13 M J '52, . -v 1' 5? new W4 cz for like L f st y pil y X lx I 1 -' 509' ,vi .' A2:- X as so fs !, I L Lv E L f IL ' .,., W' I,u,4"i V J f 1 . I J -it l I .A ES 'YW "" A ,.,,,,, . ,. 11 - QQ' All lr J ' 9 is "' 'J s- R' l , 1 fl xi if ia Q f at 5 'US be .E:.: CNW "-. Ngu-1' ' F' w , . . Q ,, t , I . , --.-- S :Ig gy V ig: H .M -x "i3QQ"2 V 'Q' if ff Sophomores Linda Holland Charles Holleman Carolyn Holliday Stuart Holoman Virginia Holt Patsy Holt Faye Honeycutt Linda Honeycutt Robert Hopkins Fred Horton Richard Houchins Diane House Sarah Howard Sylvia Howell Dianne Huddleston Charlotte Huffman Margie Huggins Nancy Hughes Henry Hulick Roger Hunnicutt Nileen Hunt Sylvia Hunt Mary Hunter Larry Ingle Bonnie Jackson J. William Jackson Neal Jackson William M. Jackson Mary Ann Jarrett James Jeffries Margaret Jeffries William Jeffreys Anne Johnson Elizabeth Johnson David A. Johnson David E. Johnson Joyce Johnson Mary Ann Johnson Polly Johnson Robert Johnson Mary Helen Johnston Carolyn Jones Carolyn Jones James Jones Joyce Jones Class of '61 Norfleet Jones Robert Jones 1.-1Q - K Waldo Jones ':""" William Jones A Jean Joyner kqzl ..k. Allyn Julien H V '::f Ne Francis Kapturowski 1 Judy Karangelen ' "ii .zqni Linda Kass Susie Kaye , Ray Kees gsi. Howell Keezell Mi Julia Kelly Margaret Kelly 'i ---. -- Larry Kemp Arnold Kessler Linda Kimbro YW Cecilia Kindel Barbara King Bernice King Linda King Victoria King Susan Kirk Morris Knight Sarah Knight Willie May Knott Glenn Krockmal James Kroeger Frank Kuhn Betsy Lamm Jane Lang Sarah Langston Susan LaSalla Alice Lassiter Naomi Lassiter Pamela Lassiter Marcia Latham Howard Laws Vivienne Lear Allen Lee Donald Lee Joseph Leinster Larry Leonard Deborah Levine Bobbie Jean Lewis 'gifief M from-, mis, . Q- ,rf QHWPV is.. A in fi-as -- Sa L W .- - Q1 Y hm mr as 5 ,rn fm g 3' 'si ' ,Q t..! 'W not rm 345. 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Zz' .1525 Q . . 35- ' Lag? xl xr:-:g1: rin, 53 Sophomores Bryson Lewis Nancy Lewis Peyton Ligon Clara Liles Sue Little Loretta Lloyd Jackie Logan Robert Long Larry Lovvorn Clifford Lowery William Lowery Kay Lupton Allen Maltbie Darlene Mann Howard Manning Charles Manooch Mary March William Marshall Claire Martin Joy Martin Billy Marvin Johnsye Massenburg Douglas Matheson Charles Matthews Edward Matthews Joan Matthews Margaret Mayer Frank Mayes James Maynard Lois Maynard Elizabeth McBrayer Judy McCabe David McCommons Richard McCoy Dorothy McDonald Ann McGalliard Joyce McHilse Stuart Mclnnes Kenneth McKelvey Milton McLain Bruce McLamb Larry McNair Charles Medlin Mary Mentis Edward Merritt Class of '61 Kenneth Matrone Albert Mewborn Genie Middleton Henry Middleton Colin Miller. Mary Minter Sandra Minton Carol Mitchiner Jean Monroe Stephen Montague J. I. Moore Robert Moore Reecie Moore Jack Morgan Mildred Morgan Charles Morris Gracie Morris Janet Morris Jerri Moser Charles Moseley Luther Mulligan Diane Murray Linda Murray Marsha Mustard Peggy Narron Charles Nash Jane Neblett James Neely Roberta Newbold Kay Nichols Alice Nicholson Brock Nicholson Claude Nicholson Ruth Nivison Donnie Nipper Sally Norton Mary Hazel Odette John Ogburn Ronald 'O'Neal William David Overby Charles Overton Russel Parham Alice Park Alexander Parker Ann Parker Sw 1 mf W ,fl g fs ,Q 'M rf S. sms-an .5 5 ,JT ' Q : ff A ..:.,. : ari fff . 4 nr, wi "-Wy -A ,S-5 1 w an v xr!" Ie Y' x ga if ,W v I 4 ., Wiggggglwwzstsrsrg. Qigsirir 'T' ..:.:.IEI ffifii , :fs .1 'XSQSS .W rr,,, ,gYm 'Ni Q I ! Q at .Q 'UNL 3' - '55 E My .:,i,,,., . .i'it:,, i Q My so 3 A- Q? t at 'qw if X V' X is ig'-W at ,,,.:., . - Is. . 3, rr:,i-. 5 9 ns - Y - 'K Q 5 ,yvx -v rg. I It Q , Y, . P www ,gr A , .:. : , A if as Qs. 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BOB SHEARIN ..... JEAN Por: ....A.. KAY CH1-:vias ...,.... SIMON D1xoN ,,.... OFFICERS Elected to Serve" .,............President ........Vice-President ..........Sec'reta1'y ............A...Treasu're1' Sergeant-at-Arms STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Margaret Allen, Becky Barnes, Tim Brannan, Ann Britt, Don Buffaloe, Ann Campbell, Betsy Cherry, Jim Daily, Sandra Estes, Varian Farmer, Sara Fish, Becky Franklin, Mac Ged- die, Dixie K. Gill, Jim Goodman, Judy Gray, Alice Haywood, Tommy Hester, Dottie Hicks, Robert Ho- cutt, Linda Jacobs, Betsy Kalkhurst, Susan Kilgore, Sarah Langston, Jane Liles, Micky McDonald, Donna Matthews, Bobby Moore, Sylvia Piner, David Poole, Johnny Poole, Priscilla Price, Jimmy Rasor, Ella Raymond, Brenda Richard- son, Hope Ruark, John Shelburne, Louise Sherron, Joanna Smith, Ken Smith, Tommy Snotherly, Martha Still, Bonnie Stokes, Donna R. Taylor, Nancy Tillman, Kay Turner, Israel Tyler, Sara Wall, Myrtle Weaver, Joe Webb, Betty Whalen, Deana Worth. 41 ""'lDENT COUNCIL COMMITTEES 5 is 2 7 . ' ::,s,,f Vi ZF. LJ SPORTS COMMITTEE: Chairman, Bob Martin. INTRAMURALS COMMITTEE: Chairman, Bud- dy Crumpler. ASSEMBLY COM- MITTEE: Chairman, Linda Shirley. POSTER COMMITTEE: Chairman, Jeanne Poole. . 1. x . , ky , I AUDIO-VISUAL COMMITTEE: Chairman, Paul MAINTENANCE . Humphries. COMMITTEE: Chair- man, Riley Pleasants. SOCIAL STAND- ARES COMMITTEE: ELECTIONS COMMITTEE: Chairman' SIS Strong' Chairman, Simon Dixon. STANDARDS C O M- MI TT EE: Chairman, Bob Shearin. , I 4 I STAGE COMMITTEE: chairman, Gary Meyer. STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE COMMITTEE Chairman, John Cameron. i i, Q hifi, SCHOOL STORE COMMITTEE: Chair- man, Don Carmichael. SQFETY COMMITTEE: Chairman, Barry Fra- ze e. LIBRARY COMMITTEE: Chair- man, Loretta Hardy. PROJECTS COMMITTEE. Chairman, Cabot Gupton. HOU-SE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE: Chairman, Ivan Jones. Student Council Committees PUBLICITY COM- MITTEE: Chairman, Peggy Matrone. HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE: Chalrman, Rella Jean Lancaster. CIVIL DEFENSE COMMITTEE: Chair- man, Leon Barber. LOST AND FOUND Co-MMITTEE: chair man, Susie Astin. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 214 A 2' It A Q O 1 Q ii V , ,V it , H IIAEO tm W Qrnv- W O It A K 7 if ,,... i . ' J '-"":' . - , X3 .J S. .:,, . 1 it Q E " 'IQ 'ai R .y '- , Q , V ik W . M Zi ,,,,, 55, 4, 5, 5152. Mx gp we ig 'L W 'Z 1 'M Y' . "" Z . W in 1 g A .. .Vb:.V, 'Lf P Y, 0 'P R , .s 'O-. ,,O, . ., is .. . , Q ' H ":A ' ' , ""' M, e + Z4 e of-ff at Wag ff' ' E: lbvll XY A .... ' vt ,A- Z , I 21:3 .. ,, lvt- QT at . ,nw y - mx I I R QV .. X ., VF. T, ""' ,i, ' :" .. no E , 31. Stuart Austin, Willard Barbee, Becky Barnes, Susan Blount, Scott Bowers, John Cameron, Don Carmichael, Buck Champion, Kay Cheves, Buddy Crumpler, Johnny Daniel, Simon Dixon, Steve Fore, Barry Frazellef, Annette Gill, Mac Goodwin, Robert Hocutt, Fuller Honeycutt, Tim Kimrey, George Lothian, Bob Martin, Peggy Matrone, Edith Olive, Betty Parker, Betsy Poe, Bill Price, Hope Ruark, Bob Self, Linda Shirley, Betsy Smith, Bobby Soden, Sis Strong, Judy Swain, Kay Talton, Kay Turner, Stanton Tuttle, Carole Williams, Nancy Wise, Smedes York. SPRING MEMBERS OF HONOR SOCIETY: Earl Bryan, Paul Humphries, Rella Lancaster, Marie Overby, Andy Rogers, Kay Shaw, Sandra Strickland, Carolyn Bishop, Carol Cox, Julia Davis, Linwood Lawton, James Self, Francine Wilkerson. NATIONAL Preszdent Ex Z SMEDES YORK .,.. Vzce Preszdent aa, f T f : S STUART AUSTIN . Secretary BOBBY SODEN ...l. Treasurer Character . . . Scholarship . . . Leader- ll3 ship . . . Service. - OFFICERS HONOR SOCSETY STANTON TUTTLE ...... ...................... ............. ' W 1 a ! D ,--,.- - f . 1 SERVICE CLUB Admin. far iw VN NM' EW' Kay Cheves, John Cameron, Don Carmichael, Doc Dickinson, Simon Dixon, Bill Duncan, Barry Frazelle, Cabot Gupton, Bonnie Hendrickson, Tommy Hester, Paul Humphries, Ivan Jones, Rella Lancaster, George Lothian, John Phelps, David Poole, Jeanne Poole, Riley Pleasants, Ronald Price, Sis Strong, Stanton Tuttle. SPRING MEMBERS SERVICE CLUB, Seniors: Marie Overby, Bob Martin, Johnny Wardlaw, Sarah Levine, Gary Myer, Johnny Daniel, Buddy Crumpler, Donna Mathews, Mac Goodwin. Juniors: Hope Ruark, Robert Hocutt, Susan Hill Blount, Bob Shearin, Fuller Honeycutt, Bobby Pleasants, Jean Poe. Teachers: Mrs. Sandling, Mr. Butler, Mrs. Melton. The privilege to wear the "R" carries with it obligations. IVAN JONES ....... JEAN POOLE ......... Doc DICKINSON ....... OFFICERS DAVID PooLE ...... ........................, ............ P r esident ...........Vice-President .......Secretary-Treasurer ......Sergeant-at-Arms KEY CLUB v al '-2-., 'QW 'K ., wif. M .55 ,qyxwk 1,-L :,' A f, A.,. I A -'-.- . gh .. 5 25: QQV- .il . . l I A Mac Boxley, Woody Byrd, John Cameron, Don Carmichael, Johnny Daniel, Doc Dickinson, Simon Dixon, Bill Duncan, Barry'Fraze11e, Tommy Hester, Robert Hocutt, Forney Holler, Ivan Jones, George Lothian, Bob Martin, John Phelps, Riley Pleasants, David Poole, Bob Shearin, Bobby Soden, Stanton Tuttle, Johnny Wardlaw, Tommy Worth. OFFICERS DOC DICKINSON """" """"""""""" """""' P T esidem Contributors to school and civic af STANTON TUTTLE ....... ,...... V ice-President fairs- JOHNNY DANIEL ...... ...,..,.... S ecretary Sivmnms Yonx ........ ........ T feasurer 115 ' QS SSKW 'V SENIOR HI-Y . ,W . X I for if 13 Q I Jeff , J A.. M , .,,.,. J Z at K V V N k I -I: Q-ik I ... gi x ,W 4,A, qi. Ea.. i.:g:: ::- - - d ,, h,,.M. Na- , 1 ,A J f Igvgm Qxwx .. 5 : H ---- 1 I- I 3 : .: . I ., K""ifF" 4 1 x 5' . ': "Me , ,mu an-'A ,.... i A 5 E I . L, ,R-1 2 ::,, .E .Ei vt . -W if """ " R, 7 .55 ,nu ' . 5 W .. ., . :.,.- : - ,,.,. . :S W I' llx' if fs . 1 5 lkl- - I V -. . 1 ..,. A"" Q V' ' my 11 "" in if, 3733 . gl-.1 if ,r u 3 in .. X, n . Q? Q A ' Q E Earl Brian, John Cameron, Don Carmichael, Johnny Daniel, Doc Dickinson, Simon Dixon, Bill Duncan, Bobby Edgerton, Barry Frazelle, Cabot Gupton, Tommy Hester, Forney Holler, Ivan Jones, George Lothian, Bob Martin John Phelps, Riley Pleasants, David Poole, Bill Price, Franklin Smith, Bobby Soden, Stanton Tuttle, Johnny Wardlaw, Joe Webb, Tommy Worth, Smedes York. A Christian Group. SMEDES Yonx ...... FORNEY HOLLER ...... BOBBY SODEN ...... TOMMY HESTER ..... JOHN CAMERON .,..... JOHN PHELPS ....... 1 16 OFFICERS ..............Preside'nt .....Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms ......,,..Chaplain I 35 3 y A Q JUNIOR HI-Y , X E :fu we A if' if R A ,C Q. ' 2:.::, .,., -' ' . Q I? Qs g i on v J is fa Egg: E an ,v 5, .r l H A A Bud Beattie, Jerry Bland, Johnny Bogie, Jimmy Bone, Don Buffaloe, Woody Byrd, Pete Chimos, George Cromartie, Larry Dean, Robert Hofcwtt, Fuller Honeycutt, Robert Hutchins, Donny Jackson, Tyke Jenkins, Tim Kimre , Johnny Koonce, Phil Langford, Tift Mann, Mike Payne, Billy Peabody, Bobby Pleasants, David Reynolds, Ralph Reynolds, Bob Shearin, Bill Simmons. xr by bhp? 4 x . . H. .B-115' 1 , -SA' . CNJDJ MQ -1,53 u ," ,ix "' I 45'-'D . ' ' R 14 V" i My -xx..-' xv-id OFFICERS DoN BUFFALOE ...,..... ................-...... ---------- P 'f esidenf GEORGE CROMARTIE ........ ,------ V iCe'P1' esident JOHNNY KOONCE ...i... ---------- S 9C7'efa""y TYKE JENKINS ........ A .............- TTGUSWGT Clean Speech, Clean Sportsmanship Clean Scholarship, Clean Living. BUD BEA1-TIE ,,,,,,, ....... S ergeant-at-Arms TIM KIMREY ........ ---,.--4--------- C hllplllifl 1 1 7 1 SOPHOMORE HI-Y OFFICERS CHARLIE STYRON .,..... ...................... .,,.,,.,,,,,,, P r es-ident WALLY JONES ......... ....,,.. V ice-President high standards of Christian character. ALFRED HAMILTON -.,.-- --,-------- S ecfetary BILLY BAZEMORE .....,,. ,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,, T reasure-r JOHNNY POOLE ...... ........ S ergeant-at-Arms TIM BRANNAN ....... ,.,,,,,,, C haplain Ed Bailey, Richard Baker, Billy Bazemore, Tim Brannan, Ted Chappell, Robert Dodd, Barry Greenspon, Jim Good- man, Alfred Hamilton, Pete Hawks, Hank Hulick, Wally Jones, Don Lee, Cliffard Bowery, Kenny McKelvey, Bruce McLamb, Johnny Poole, Charlie Styron. ' - -- 2 firm ' rt . U I INTERCLUB COUNCIL OFFICERS Bnooxs GARNETT ...... ......................... BETTY POOLE ....... BETSY SMITH' .....,,,,..,.... NATALIE TUNSTALL ......... KAY SHAW... ......,,..,,....,,,,..,.,,,,.,.,,..,.,,,,.,, ROSEMARY EURY ,.... BRENDA FERREE ....... ..,.......President . . " has 'l 'nnm mn-Vwenpreszdem uillgen a word, a smi e, a wi g ..v.......Sec'retary ..A..,..............,.Treasure'r Worship Chairman .......Jimio'r Civic Council Representative Scrapbook Chairman ,....i...,.l..1-Q---- Y-TEEN -..I 4 gli 7 IQ IH dl All ll .All .171 IHVWIILII. IH Kllllllllf Z1 If S.O.S. W.O.W. T.I.P. H.E.P J .O.Y. G.A.G. S.I.S 6 l F""'i EL-n-irifn-ivmilgx I ' X b I 5- 1 -ear-f-"' "Alma Mater We Salute thee" mf? CHORUS OFFICERS DANNY BATCHELOR ........ ....,. P resident HAZEL LEONARD ......... ..... S ecretary SUSAN HILL BLOUNT ..... ....... P ionist MRS. JUDY FREEMAN .............. Director ENSEMBLE OFFICERS VISTA EDWARDS ...... .........., P resident JIMMY BAREFOOT .......... Vice-President NANCY CLARK ...... Secretary-Treasurer DAVID PERRY .,....,.............,..,..,.., Pianist MRS. JUDY FREEMAN ...,.,.,,,,.., Director TW' 530751-' Bill Abrams, Tommie Adams, Charles Adkins, Danny Barbour, Danny Batchelor, Jimmy Boyette, Lynn Buffaloe, Mike Davis, Jerry Dayiberry, Ronald Edge, Richard Edwards, Carey Faison, Phil Hagler, Morris Hayes, Gary H01- land, David Johnson, Frank Kapturowski, Jack Morgan, Ayden Murray, Charles Owens, Kenneth Pearce, Bobby Poole, Phillip Poulos, Jimmy Prince, Bobby Speight, Bobby Teel, Charles Underwood, Bill Upchurch, Sammy Williams, Linda Ashburn, Susan Blount, Cynthia Bailey, Eleanor Brantley, Ginger Brown, Nance Browning, Kathy Carter, Julia Catlette, Barbara Collins, Virginia Costner, Rochelle Dickerson, Lakey Duvall, Billie Evans, Polly Finon, Judith Fowler, Elizabeth Freeman, Dottie Giddens, Patsy Griffin, Ann Hawkes, Rachel Harrington, Vicky Hicks, Nancy Hughes, Joan Jackson, Sue Johnson, Judy Kelly, Margaret Kelly, Jane Kincheloe, Carolyn Layton, Hazel Leonard, Linda Luther, Roberta Newbold, Martha Alice Pate, Phyllis Pate, Margaret Pearce, Joyce Perry, Brenda Richardson, Carolyn Sellers, Sally Shankle, Barbara Smith, Linda Speck, Patricia Stone, Donna Rose Taylor, Nina Thiem, Glenda Thompson, Gloria Thompson, Anna Tillman, Jane Todd, Nancy Upchurch, Judy Wad- ford, Marianne Wilson, Brenda Wishon, Jenny Yates. Left to right: Judy Fulghum, Walter Richardson, Betty Parker, Bill Duncan, Janet Hicks, Ernest Perry Ann Swm dell, Ronnie Bishop, Bonnie Archer, Jimmy Barefoot, Vista Edwards, David Perry, Nancy Clark, Fred Partin Belle Kline. Mac Goodwin, B oks Garnett, John Graham, Linda Shirley, Ray Luther, Laura Grady, Tommy Moody mf-f,n.,,..,..wM. V .W ,,.l.,W,X , J 2 K, x 1 X . fx 4' Alec' :ff 3'f""'f 3'?"?',J' , . 1 54- 1 q ffzdfga fvif' .""'7" 'He 'K !f!w?"'r-C AWK NV LM,Af',v7 ,rdffwfi karma 169.1114 - ,ad 11 6 MM f' iff? it fxfw - 1 .i,, K fu 'aj 14,1 7 7 Fava W ,,, A., -It h. , iffwi N R35 L .46 "CHEER RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOL" Betsy Cherry, Betsy Adams, Patty Stone, Peggy Pitzer, Judy Dunn, Jean Monroe Mary Hassell, Marcia Mustard, Dorothy Fitts, Marguerite Howard. BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS MARC:-:ING HUNDRED X 'Y MR. RICHARD E. SOUTHWICK Director H-.SN , IEW' , . CIRCUS BAND 1 ORCHESTRA SYMPHONIC BAND F U T U R E SUSAN ASTIN ........,,,. ,,...,,...,.,,.,.,,... , HOMEMAKERS ..............Preside'nt PANTH1-:A GUPTON ....... ......... V ice-President NANCY EDWARDS ...... ............Sec1'eta'ry ELLA RAYMOND ....... ....,,..,,.,..,.,. T reasurer NAN ZIGLAR ........... CAROL Cox ............. MYRTLE WORTH ,,....,, ,,,,,.,, RUTH BROWN ...... A ........... ,.,,..,,, , MISS BETTY SHEALY ,,,,,,...,,, .,A, ....Parl1l'me'nta'rian ...................Histo'rian Degree Chairman Song Leader MRS. HARVEY GREENLEAF ,,,...,, ,,.,,,, C hapter M other MR. SIDNEY ASTIN ............ ,,.,.,., C hapter Father PUG WADDELL .,............ ,, ...............Reporter 127 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS rx nuutah FDR Hum Work in the Sewing Lab Our favorite bermudas or blue jeans y... 4 x i JV' 1 - V GTZ U W 1 5, L Q Q .H QMS? w S, 5 M I V W.. We learn Child Care Dressed up in the Living Room 'alll' ' v K x . ., 'fad J,9x,Q 2 V+ x5 M i iiei ii ie ei ii e,i, n n n iii,ii i n iiiiiiiiiei I M .--i--- n -V ,, li. -',- if in fj'fi'+ 'i' i In ithe Kitchen "A Student today, A Teacher tofmor- row" MARY P. BRANTLEY CLUB PEGGY MATRONE... ROSEMARY EURY ........ OFFICERS ...,.,.............. President .......First Vice-President RELLA LANCASTER, ..,..... .... . . PEGGY TRIPP .........,. J ANE JOHNSTON MRS. WOOTEN .......... Second Vice-President .........................T'reasurer ......Secretary ......Adviso1' UTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA .a Q. , .: ' . . .5 . .21 . A jk? QQQ V 3 if A V ' ,E if 1 " K F" l " -- FK , , ,521 Q- Q 'W ,Q jf ., v 1 2 .. ' - - . 1,, we 'A f .lf . . 1 .2125 cis 4. 62. M is ""' ' ., Q, , K-2.1. si., 'ez 1 fa. V wg wif' 'KW V ' ' .- e 1 we 4 .I 553221 ' X A Q 1 . ls Q 1. X 1255 . .5 . . . I ll Q M I 02 . ,. y gg-- " :- "' u- :A i 1 'Q . . .,.,A,....: I, .., , X' e' , ga-:,': . -,. , an 'QQ' Q ' A Ev' lvqq L. x... 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A V A Z V715 ' A ., ,.,.,,... 7 A .Q ':"" 9525 "Q, K ,, 1 V Yuki? ' W .....,. ., .yE E,5.:::: .I i T M vp . Sara Barbee, Carolyn Bishop, Betty Jane Blake, Hanna Blalock, Ann Boynton, Emily Bradshaw, Jean Brooks, Helen Brown, Roberta ' t D d Sall Derr, Joan Dorsey, Carol Brown, Judy Buchanan, Ann Campbell, Carol Chatneuff, Jo Crowder, Billie Darden, Margare ar en, y Duncan, Nancy Edwards, Jane Fadum, Varian Farmer, Irene Feltner, Polly Finan, Mary Ann Fulghum, Betsy Fuquay, Betty Gaither, Annette Gill, Dixie Kay Gill, Judy Gray, Loretta Hardy. Barbara Hawkins, Betty Anne High, Virginia Holloway, Nileen Hunt, Mary Ann Jarrett, Rose Jones, Judy Karangelen, Billie Knott, Marcia Latham, June Lee, Barbara Ligon, Nancy Lipford, Ann Liske, Sue Lit- tle, Emily Lloyd, Jane Neblett, Judy Oliver, Tempie Outlaw, Sandra Palmer, Edith Parker, Jo Ann Parker, Mary ,Belle Patchell, Sarah Peterson, Priscilla Price, Melba Price, Brenda Sauls, Mary Ion Schenk, Bob Self, Louise Sherron, Martha Shufiler, Jane Stuart, Tudy Thomas, Anna Tillman, Carolyn Wheeler, Carol Williams, Cathy Williams, Laura Wilson, Nancy Wise, Brooks Woodard. Linda Wynn, Kay Yearby. WINGED WORD WING E D Their words wing on -- as strong W 0 R D S words will. OFFICERS LINDA SHIRLEY ...,.. ....................... ........ E d itor-in-Chief ALLEN LANGSTON ...,..... ...... A ssistant Editor ANN SWINDELL ....... ........ S oliciting Editor KAY SHAW ....................... .................. S ecretary ILA JEAN WIDENHOUSE ..,..... ........ B usiness Manager Mus. PEACOCK .....,,. ' ....... Advisor Left to right: Mary Catherine Vick, Karen Peck, Nileen Hunt, Linda Shirley, Allen Langston, Ila Jean Widen- house, Ann Swindell, Marie Overby, David Swain, Betsy Smith, Bob Self. SPEECH CLUB Front row, left to right: Betsy Fuqua, Betsy Smith, Dan Renn, Linda Shirley, Mrs. Snow. Back row: Jimmy Self, John Daniels, Dolores House, Fred Partin, Becky Gaddy, Clinton Page, Jo Crowder, Mary Hassell, Mary Alice Gi-bbs. NATIONAL FORENSIC CLUB -sf' Q Front row: Karen Peck, Jo Crowder, Linda Shirley, Mary Hassell, Delores House. Back row: Betsy Smith Becky gaglgly, Clinton Page, Betsy Fuqua, John Daniels, Dan Renn, Terry Golden, Jimmy Self, Mrs. Snow, Mary Alice 1 s. . , no L , W! 'I y h Q I ,f AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB OFFICERS PAUL HUMPHREYS ...... ,.,......,............ ............... P r esident KURT GRISET ........ ......... V ice-President ToM P1ERsoN .... ........... S ecretary JIM MARSHBURN ...,... ........ T reasurer MRS. MELTON .,...... ........ A dvisor They work that others may learn. 134 w-.."f-s um 'hw OFFICE ASSISTANTS Helpers in a thousand and one ways. ws .E 4 "mn: 'I - - A ,, Qs',gigwsssvasWkHmvgvzizgqvfetfzzkzweemvxws ,W MM.. ,f L LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS LORETTA HARDY .............................. President PEGGY Woon ,.....,.. ........,.., V ice-President NANCY BROWNING ........ Secretary-Treasurer CAROL ELLIS .,...... ....,................. R epofrter MRS. MELTON ....... ...... A dvisor Our books bring you knowledge. M We check books out and in. We catalog the books. We put the books on the shelves. We get the newspapers and magazines ready to be read. Our job is the bulletin boards. We work with the reference books. ' sf We check the assignments We do the ityvping, and a thousand other things. Wynne. X OFFICERS MARY BELLE PATCHELL President LoU1sE THOMAS Vice-President ALICE PARK Secretary DONNA HICKS Treasurer ANN HAWKS Point Recorder Mns. SMALTZ Mas. HOLYFIELD Advisors First row, left to right: Mary Belle Patchell, Tudy Thomas, Donna Hicks, June Lee, Anne Hawks. Second row: Bobbie Finch, Billie Darden, Mrs. Smaltz, Nancy Clark, Varian Farmer, Linda GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION For some physical exertion is fun. w Cathy Carter Nan Ragan Nancy Lxpford Marle Overby Rose Jones R E Morrxs Andy Brown GOLDEN MASQUERS OFFICERS GEORGE BATTS .,,..... .....,................. AMY BALLOWE .,..... Rosm JONES ..... P. T. RIDEOUT ...... ANDY BROWN ...... ............Preszdent ......Vice-President .........Secretary ...............Treasurer ergeant-at-Arms The best in the world of make believe Lrst row, left to right: Lib Hodges, P. T: Rideouft, Qraig Springer. Second row: Amy Ballowe, George Batts Thzrd LITTLE OFFICERS Ros:-: J ONES President BECKY CHADWICK Vice-President LIB HoDGEs Secretary ANDY BROWN Treasurer "I am a part of all I have 'metf' I r a r'--: . -- 3 Q - sq fe W 4 if 'K 'l psf- A 1552 V - w e A - if ,JZ ,Ei f 1 2 A 2 iv . 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V ice-President DORIS MITCHENER ..... .,,.,,,,, S ecretary HA verse, a song, and a Prayer before VIRGINIA BROWNING ....,.., ...,..,,.....,,.,, S ong Leader the day begins." ......Assistant Song Leader CATHY CARTER ............ Carey Matthews, Kathie Carter, Jackie Taylor, Mary Coogin, Bill Abrams, Jo Ann Parker, Mary Ann Hayes, Sue Ellen -Campbell, Marie Overby, Becky Chadwick, Ann Carper, Sue Carper, Peggy Tripp, Doris Mitchener, Brooks Garnette, Peggy Matrone, Virginia Browning, Betty Ruth Johnson, Susan Hill Blount, Virginia Blackwood, Ruth Carroll, Mable Wall, Barlbara Cleaver, Sally Dear, Jo Crowder, Judy Buchanan, Susie Simmons, Ann Campbell, Betsy Fuqua, Ellen Mackintosh, Jane Kincheloe, Joan Dorsey. N DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION 1 , .jf I 1 5 ga ,X we , ,.. ,lf at ffl if 9' 'W 2 5 'P gg wg if sy A if it fig ,gas Q, 6 xg jx , M. 1 ff ,. James Adams, John Boone, Larry Bridges, Jerry Bryant, Billy Browne, Joe Bradshaw, Donald Bland, Joe Canady James Coleman, Owen Doyle, Ray Dunn, Thomas Eubanks, Stanley Ferrell, Cecil Harding, Donald King, Dan Las- siter, Roy Mangum, Charles Markham, David Medlin, Jack Raynor, Chester Smith, Ronnie Snotherly, Jerry Tuttle Lanny Watkins, Robert Watkins. First to school, ami then to work. i 143 HI TIMES KENNETH "Doc" DICKINSON Editor-in-Chief RELLA JEAN LANCASTER Business Manager A complete coverage of the activities at Broughton 'ESF' LATIPAC ANNETTE GILL Editor-in-Chief JERRY LILES Business Manager Presenting in word. and picture the panorama of the school year just com- pleted. '25 Left to fright: Linda Bradshaw, Evangeline Alexiou, Mary Jo Greenleaf, Judith Fowler, Linda Smith, Yvonne Goss, Mabel Shafner, Scarlet Hunnicutt, Virginia Britt. MIMEOGRAPH ASSISTANTS - 2. 1 f ".!."'.....' uv VA B i v j6j,, i E 1 ' 5 , - 4 - ,- A -si-1 MONOGRAM CLUB R OFFICERS JOHNNY DANIEL ....... ...................... ......... P r esident JOHNNY WARDLAW ..,..... .............. V ice-President TOMMY WORTH---mu -Q-W-Secretary-Treasurer Excellers in the Field of Athletics First row, left to right: Bob Baird, Tommy Hester, Warren Williams, Johnny Wardlaw, Doc Dickinson, Riley Pleasants, Johnny Daniels, and Scott Bowers. Second row: Fred Smith, Tommy Coffey, Allen Langston, Bob-by Mayton, Ivan Jones, Joe Mangum, Philip Hortzes, Robbin Thompson, and Earl Brian, Third row: Greyson Quarles, Craigg Cordell, Wayne Marshall, Buddy Crumpler, and George Bench. Fourth row: Mark Lynch, Bobby Soden, David Rock, E. P. Brinkley, John Phelps, Jody Johnson, and Jerry Williams. Fifth row: Bobby Edgerton, David Poole, Bob Martin, Simon Dixon, Eddie Zschau, T. C. Worth, Joe Webb, Charlie Little, and Warren Wooden. fm 2 5 3 E- ,A I 3 , 3,2 , ,f . , X 5 ' xl 1352. ll. fl' i , W W L . me G , ,, i ff.: Q sf 'is :gl - Awww , A Q s lex: ::111nm I K, . ..,, 7-.. a alfa .., ,, Mwvwmwh .,5-1,1,::,k.l.,:.,,517:52-g.,i ,k.V I, , .Vk,- - . .,.,,:L7 , k-Vk ,K 1. K- , i ,.,- , .V-, . ii' -,,k,.k i 5 kkyy Z ,kk.V i k,V7 ,,kk 3 VI, ,,k, lk, ,i i V,iVk,,V::,5,H A kinwkiii Akk, k,V5iI:VW:wi I l l FOOTBALL CARROLL KING Director of Athletics FOOTBALL COACHES Left to right: Paul Gay, Clyde Walker, Bert Brantly, Bobby Baker. ,..,.-f we dMw',- ., will 5 -E F00 TBALL QQQKFGH 65, lil' Johnny Wardlaw, Simon Dixon Co-Captains fooxflvswo OTBALL TEAM A 'r L, f C ' , Mia ,f I 1 ' I. 9 , I 4 V ' , . .- . '-1 .. .. . A JU, nw, -.-I-- 1r-..1, n---:.1 n--1.. 1..- 1n,.1.n. -r..1.......-. ur.....:1... in j ,, ,Q tp N, ff if ' 4 ffl if fne...-- C Q! V: M f' ' , if 3 L . ,, , , ,F W , , fl f- 5 -32 5' ' ,.,A,, X I ff' ' 5' ' ,v .5.5::2,' """ ' 5 ,Wann Z, fra, 4 ,wif - 2 fl W " 'fff ffef 4, 1 ff' f ' Y M W fr w f M Jean in f 1 HACUQZ , nf' 'I I A, 4 "eff 7 ,sf , E74 4 " M 7 JQQACQ, 41 U " 106 ' I fe J ., 7 in 7 Ji L, Q glee -1 V , , M L . To GUARDS Kneeling, left to right: Bob Baird, Jimmy Olive. Standing: Billy Ray Vaughan, William Godwin Joe Mangum, Stuart Jenkins. x eu, S -in ,, gi gf 55 1 i i ' Q f 2 f -1.V Y ,, V ,, ... . 'QM ' - ..V,.V., i My M Kneeling, left to 'right Woody Byrd, Johnny Bogle Dick Randell. Standing Joe Webb, Smedes York Gary Meyer, Jack Leavel CENTERS Gm QUARTERBACKS CENTERS QUARTERBACKS Kneeling: Bob Shearin, Simon Dixon, Standing: Mac Boxley, Billy Merritt, Ted Steve Fore. Peterson, Billy Peabody. FULLBACKS FULLBACKS Kneeling: Jay McClellan. Stand- ing: Bob Martin, Don Buffaloe, Connor Murray. . g mh i ff of ' 1" P I , ,. , .,, , ,,,,I . I Y we Q P uvuu 1 M TACKLES TACKLES Left to right, kneeling: Tom Pier- son, Fred Smith, Jim Prince. Standing: Burke Crumpler, Bud Beattie, Phil Langford. w-""""' yu-f HALFBACKS BACK-S Left to right, kneeling: Ivan Jones, Johnny Wardlaw, David Poole. Standing: Bill Duncan, Phil Hagler, Bobby Poole, Billy Rogers. W WMWM iweifefiii my of Thyfy J .E i fb E V i.,.. E .... we Y. ,,y,, H 1 ,wx 'ei - MANAGERS MANAGERS Left to right: Jim Powell, Robert Stack, Johnny Koonce, Ernie Wiggins, Tommy Hester. J. V. FOOTBALL TEAM 1958 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September 11 ,... .........,............... G oldsboro October 9 .....1............... .......... G oldsboro September 18 ,.,.... ..........,...... W ilson October 16 ..,. ...... R ocky Mount September 25 .,,.... ........ R ocky Mount October 23 ..,, .......... D urham October 2 ,.,,,, ............ D urham October 30 .... ....... W ilson First row, left to right: Dicky Baker, Carl Poole, Cary Caudell, Chuck Manooch, Jimmy Baily, George Penny, Charles Wright. Second row: Stewart Mclnnis, Jimmy Carper, Larry Crowder, Frank Dunn, Tommy Snotherly, Charlie Styron, David Frady. Third row: Russell Perry, Hank Hulick, Robert Dodd, Bobby Thomas, Charles Holleman, Howdy Manning, Bruce Harrod. Fourth row: Bob Hopkins, Frank Khun, Reagan Fox, John Streb, Howard Laws, Steve Brown, Jim Brown. Fifth row: Jimmy Hussy, John Shelburne, Bob Stack. 156 I fu ff' H MR. BRANTLY AND Mn. KING Basketball Coaches VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Left to right: Smedes York, Forney Holler, Bobby Edgerton, Bryant Tudor, Larry Dean, Bill Rogers, Jimmy Brickhouse, Gene Williams, Scott Bowers, Bobby Soden, Jimmy Emmons, Johnny Bogle, Bobby Mayton, Mike Payne. MANAGERS SKETBALL Front: Tim Kimrey, Tim Brannan. Back: T. C. Worth, David Reynolds, Tommy Hester. FORWARDS Front: Bryant Tudor, Bobby Mayton, Scott Bowers. Back: Jimmy Emmons, Larry Dean. 1958-59 Basketball When Coach Carroll King and his starting five, consisting of a all-senior lineup, took the floor against Burlington in their first of nineteen out- ings, they all were aware that the 1958-59 addi- tion was long on potential but short on experi- ence. In the long run, this may have hindered the Caps more than any other one factor, as they compiled a eight and eleven record. Five returning lettermen greeted King at the start of the campaign, but all lacked valuable game time. Bobby Edgerton, Bobby Mayton, Scott Bowers, Smedes York, and Bobby Soden along with versatile Forney Holler were the nucleus from which the Raleigh squad was formed. As the season progressed, Bryant Tudor, Ray Kees, and Johnny Poole proved themselves front line re- serves. In the first meeting between the Caps and the -1 - A Q- U tst, Mr,tsM..mv.M,Qws GUARDS Jim Brickhouse, Billy Rogers, Eugene Wil- liams, Bobby Soden, E. O. Edgerton. CENTERS Forney Holler, Mike Payne, Smedes York, Johnny Bogle. Bulldogs from Burlington, Raleigh went down by a 44 to 35 score. However, in the return match played at the North Carolina State Fair Arena, the Broughton charges avenged their earlier de- feat by a three point margin of 61 to 57. On consecutive nights, High Point and Lynch- burg gave the Caps bad results by scores of 57 to 54 and 50 to 48. At this point, the season took its bleakest peak. On the following Friday, Wilming- ton added to this gloom with a smashing 61 to 36 setback. Goldsboro was the victim to fall from the angered Cap warriors. After three stunning de- feats to equal foes, Raleigh stormed back and washed out the Earthquakes 65 to 48. On their return meeting, again it was all Raleigh . . . this time by a ten point margin of 73 to 63. Wilson also suffered duel losses to King and Co. Away from home on the first occasion, the Caps handed the Cyclones a 70 to 56 defeat and then playing at the Arena, won handily 74 to 53. Against Rocky Mount, Raleigh's ability was not great enough as they bit the dust on joint meet- ings. The first time on the Blackbirds' home court the meeting was adjourned with the Caps count- ing their 62 points as compared to their hosts' 63. The next one wasn't as heart-breaking, but the results were a blueprint from the start . . . Rocky Mount 56, Raleigh 48. The campaign's brightest glow was burning after the second outing with nearby Durham. Consoling their earlier setback by the same Bull- dog groups, 59 to 56, the Caps leaped high, played like seasoned vets and presented Durham a bitter thrashing by a highly polished 69 to 43 count. In the second meeting with highly-regarded Wilmington, the Wildcats paid little attention to the Caps good fortune and moved right over the home crowd by a one sided 53 to 39 score. Though the Wildcats enjoyed little resistance from the Capital City boys, Fayetteville could not speak in such terms. On both occasions, the Bulldogs could barely spot, the fast moving tail- lights of the rampaging Raleigh lads. The first time, it was Fayettevi1le's 42 points against Ra- leigh's 65. The second game's results were much the same with a 68 to 52 count. From the near start of the season, the Whirlies of Greensboro were a constant bother to the Caps. At the start of the year, Greensboro won at home 52 to 46. Here in Raleigh, the story was much the same with a score of 43 to 35. And finally in the State Tournament held in their hometown, the Whirlies won again. This time, 63 to 45. Of the boys who played like crowned princes throughout the season, not enough can be said. Big Smedes York used his enlarged frame to the best ability as he brought down countless re- bounds and scored needed points. Guard Bobby Edgerton, and Forward Bobby Mayton proved to be the leading point getters for the Caps, as they maintained a well rounded average. The duties of iioor general was given to strong Bobby Soden and his constant driving and leading the fast break did the Caps much good. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First frow, left to right: David Johnson, A1 Hamilton, Ray Kees, Billy Marshall. Second row: Jimmy Roland, Ed Bailey, Pete Hawks, Johnny Poole. Third row: Ken McKelvey, Allen Julian, Jim Jones, Morris Knight. an BASEBALL 533 First row: Fred Smith, Travis Whitley, Riley Pleasants, Joe Mangum, Garland Ledwell. Second row: Ray Kees J immy Olive, Tom Hines, Bobby Pleasants, Pete Parham. Third row: Max Barbour, Lance Walker, Jimmy Roland Robert Hocutt, Alex Bell. Fourth row: Coach Bert Brantly, Billy Wilder, Johnny Daniel, Jimmy Pearce Coach Doc Dickinson. Fifth row: Managers: Tift Mann, Ralph Reynolds. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Date Date March 24 State Freshmen fHereJ April March 26 Cary fHereJ April April 1 Cranbrook fHereJ April April 6 Fayetteville fThereD May April 7 Wilmington fHereJ May April 10 State Freshmen fHereJ May April 14 Goldsboro fThereJ May April 17 Rocky Mount QHereJ May Durham fThereD Wilson fHereJ Fayetteville fHereJ Wilmington fThereJ Wilson iTherel Goldsboro fHereJ Rocky Mount fThereJ Durham CHereJ TRACK TEAM TRACK SCHEDULE March 26 Burlington fThereD April 25 Queen City Relays fCharlotteJ April 2 Kinston- New Bern cHe1.e, April 30 Raleigh, Goldsboro, Fayetteville CHereJ Aprll 9 Durham fHere3 May 8 Sectionals fHereJ April 18 Duke-Durham Relays CThereD May 15 State Meet CChape1 Hillj First row, left to right: John Cameron, Danny Williams, I, B. Gay, Ken Barnes, Fred Partin, Warren Williams, Billy Peabody, Bob Shearin, Bob Martin, Scott Bowers, Johnny Wardlaw, Joe Webb, Charlie Styron, Jimmy Dupree. Second row: Jimmy Prince, Hughes Pope, Bill Stroupe, Dan Holder, Peyton Ligon, Don Cowan, Israel Tyler, Jay McClellan, Bob Baird, Ted Peterson, Butch Long. Third row: W. C. Haynes, Rein Harkema, Mark Lynch, Howdy Manning, Ronnie Christie, Frank Kuhn, Ed Bailey, Robert Stack, Warren Wooden, Bill Lynn, John Phelps, Dow Pender. Fourth 'row: Charlie Little, Bud Beattie, John Shelburne, Charles Wright, Chuck Manooch, Hugh Prid- gen, Sam James, David Smith, Ricky Edwards, Bill Doar, Andy Rogers, Ken Warmbrod, Tommy Worth. 162 GOLF TEAM March March April April April April April GOLF SCHEDULE Southern Pines fThereJ Southern Pines QHereJ Rocky Mount QThereJ Fayetteville CThereJ Wilmington CHereJ Durham fHereD Goldsboro CThereD April April April April May May May Rocky Mount CHereJ Durham fThereJ Wilson fHereD Fayetteville fHereJ Wilmington fThereJ Wilson CThereD Goldsboro fHereJ May 11 State Tournament CChapel Hillj Left to right: Milton Small, Emerson Atkinson, Jimmy Thompson, Jerry Mangum, Smedes York, Stan Tuttle E P Brinkley, Tommy Coffey, Tal Nowell, Dennis Rust, Reece Hart. TENNIS TEAM First row: John Gettinger, Connor Murray, Rick Suberman, Jimmy Emmons, Greyson Quarles, Phillip Horwitz Earl Brian. Second row: Johnny Koonce, Billy Simmons, Parks Low, O. B. Hawkins, Billy Marshall, Doug Holmes Chuck Hyatt, Stuart McGinnis, John Mobley, Danny Ray, Prentiss Baker, Alfred Hamilton. March 31 April 1 April 7 April 9 April 14 April 17 TENNIS SCHEDULE Henderson fHereJ Rocky Mount iThereJ Wilmington iHereD Durham iThereJ Goldsboro fThereJ Rocky Mount fHereJ May 14 April 21 April 24 April 28 May 1 May 7 May 8 State Tournament 164 Henderson fThereJ Wilson fHereJ Durham fHereJ Wilmington fThereJ Wilson fThereJ Goldsboro fHereJ SWIMMING TEAM Date Opponent Raleigh Date if TJanuary 10 Meyers Park 5 1 February January 14 U.N.C. Freshmen 47 ff TF'-?b1' uafy 'iTJanuary 17 Chapel Hill 34 Webfuafy February January 24 A. C. C. 12nd place? 'f TJanuary 28 Greensboro 41 TJanuary 31 Page High 18 "February 3 N .C.S. Freshmen 46 February 7 U.N.C. Freshmen 58 February March Opponent Raleigh Southern Scholastic Page High 21 66 Chapel Hill 33 53 Greensboro Meyers Park 33 50 State Meet Co-Captains: Ed Zschau and John Phelps. 'Home Meets. TConference Meets. 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Q wwf ' E Xi: Em., N...-,.an,, QUEEN OF HEARTS if MARY LOU DORRIS THE CHOSEN FEW President Mac Goodwin, Queen Mary Lou Dorris, Escort Doc Dickinson, Maid of Honor Edith Olive, and Mascots Elaine Hartofelis, and Kendall Tant. MAID OF HONOR EDITH ANNE Ronmvr HocU'r'r En BAILEY SUSAN HILL BLOUNT MARSHA MUSTARD 1 SMI-:DES YORK NANCY EDWARDS CHARLES STYRON Joi-INSYE MASSENBURG SIMON D1xoN ELIZABETH STRONG md 3 q..,. ALLAN LANGSTON BUGG BERRYHILL DONNA MATTHEWS SANDRA STRICKLAND Woonv BYRD BRENDA FERREE MAC BOXLEY HELEN SIMMS JxM GOODMAN BERNICE BAZEMORE ELIZABETH "SIS" STRONG and GEORGE LOTHIAN MR. AND MISS NEEDHAM B. BROUGHTON 178 VERSATILITY BOB MARTIN and MARIE OVERBY 179 if B, f 1' X I' gi LINDA SHIRLEY and BOBBY SODEN SCHOLARSHIP 180 SPORTS STUART AUSTIN and SMEDES YORK 181 1'Di""' 3' I i ?g:. EDITH ANNE OLIVE and KENNETH "DOC" DICKINSON BEAU AND BELLE 182 WIT TUDY THOMAS and EDDIE ZSCHAU 183 0 ff ,K' 'ii34 Y -.f M163 " 'ey ..,9 A, Y Second childhood? Air raids were harrowing . . . on the clothes Christmas gif'! ,W ..q.,Q..1,ff, 01, I Look ma . . . no hands www-bv' ...iii qnxmvf fl J'K dE Our Queen was really entertained 2 ww iQ if fi.. r I' 7 ' ww' Q F' 1 L ju gy ae i aff.. - Fun . . . but it meant a late graduation The parking situation . . . perplexing Gone . . . to remedy the situaftion "'5,,m ww The fair . . . bermudas at school and sawdust "WHAT IS BROUGHTONH I am a building-stone, brick, and steel. I am classrooms bounded by walls and blackboards-yellow, beige, and green. I am a library-shelf upon shelf, and book after book. I am an auditorium-campaigns, assemblies, and the world series on television. I am a gymnasium-footballs, and tennis rackets, and dirty towels. I am a cafeteria-tables, and chairs, and hungry people to be fed. I am teachers-understanding, encouragement, and correction. This is my collateral-this is what I bank on. I am a semicircle of crabapple trees-courage and bravery. I am the golden torch of the National Honor Society-integrity, scholarship. I am a Key Club pin, a Hi-Y pin, and an athletic letter-sportsmanship and leadership. I am a band-purple and gold and snare drums. I am cheerleaders and pep rallies and the "Alma Mater"-school spirit. I am the F.H.A., the F.T.A., and the Y-Teens-plans for the future. I am the Service Club and scholarships-recognition of talent and ability. This is my interest-this is what I produce. I am a man realizing the need .... This was my beginning-realization. I grew quickly-too quickly. Expand! Keep up! Buildings change, traditions change, people change. Who among the first of you would recognize me? Steel skeletons change my outlines .... New faces comwold faces go .... Trophies are added-traditions change. . . What is change? Realization? Awakening? Awareness? Change is personified in me-I am change. I am a realization, an awakening, an awareness. I was built-stone upon stone and change after change. I will grow-stone upon stone and change after change. I am the future, for the future is of youth and I am youth. I am class oificers, marshals, and the Student Council. I am dances, and sponsors, and the Queen of Hearts. I am rings exchanged and hands held. I am writers and journalists-Winged Words and the Hi-Times. I am actors and stage crews-the Little Theater and Golden Masquers. I am mathematicians, and linguists, and chemists, and doctors. I am typewriters clicking and pencils whispering against paper. I am eHort and achievement .... I am parents and teachers working together. I am conferences and schedules-decisions made. Sophomores find me awesome, but they are cocky-they are the "wise fools." Juniors do not consider me-they are sure and conceited, they know where they are going. Seniors reverence me-I am their last march down the aisle, their class ring, their Senior Prom Some will never see me again, others will. Their children will come to me and I will guide them and mold them. I will grow-stone by stone and change by change, but my meaning will never change. I will be to them what I was to their parents.: Broughton-cradle of their future. PEGGY BAKER Front row, left to right: Johnsye Massenburg, Edith Olive, Elizabeth Strong, Billy Simmons, Priscilla Price, Bob Martin. ' Second row: Charles Styron, Mary Lou Dorris, Sandra Estes, Nancy Edwards, Doc Dickinson, Brenda Ferree, Jim Goodman, David Poole. MARSHALS E rf! Xf 'Q X 1 ,HQ i 2 M, Z z y ? iii on Q -' X F- ,Q Q gf -X f il W CH ff X X XA! Z ki fy 'I f W' X A1. J' iw T xl If , SENIOR CLASS As we-the class of '59 near graduation day and as we look expectantly toward our future we recall our many happy memories at Broughton during the past three years. As sophomores we chose Miss Carol Williams as our class advisor. When she did not return the next year, We chose Miss Leslie Cogdell, who has been with us to the end. Under her guidance and leadership and with the help of our class officers, we have successfully completed many projects our senior year: selling Christmas wrapping paper for our finance project, and sponsoring College Day, Career Day, the Queen of Hearts Dance, and the Senior Prom. To all the senior classes following us we leave the privilege of helping Broughton grow and achieve more each year. To our teachers and parents we leave our gratitude for their "faith, hope, and charity." To our friends we leave our thanks for making life at Broughton happy and complete. To all those who make up Broughton, we leave our very best wishes and a bit of ourselves. JUNIOR CLASS We, the class of 1960, started our Junior year by electing the following officers: President, Robert Hocuttg Vice-President, Woody Byrd, Sec- retary, Brenda Ferreeg Treasurer, Susan Hill Blount, and Sergeant-at-Arms, Pete Chimos. Soon afterwards, we elected as our advisor, Mr. Steed, who aided us greatly during the year. As the year began, all class officers and home- room presidents met to form a Class Council which carried the problems and business of the class to the students in the homerooms. For our service project we chose to clean the gym twice during the year. With the desire for an-expense free graduation, we chose for our fund-raising project the selling of magazines. This and the selling of drinks at school functions greatly increased the size of our treasury. We decided that the theme for our class dance would be "Teahouse of the August Moon." With the leadership of our President, we feel that we have completed a most successful year. SOPHOMORE CLASS Ed Bailey was elected sophomore president in a run-off with Charlie Styron. Ed is a member of the Sophomore Hi-Y, and an active participant in several sports. The vice-president is Wally Jones. He won over Doug Holmes, and Alfred Hamilton. Pat Hawks became secretary after winning over Priscilla Price and Sara Barbee. Defeating J ohnsye Massen- burg and Susie Kaye, Dicky Baker was elected our treasurer. Don Lee won the position of treas- urer by defeating Ray Kees and Johnny Poole. The class chose Mr. Brantly for the advisor. We decided to clean the auditorium for our service project. A magazine sell was our money making project. "Enchanted Island" was the theme of the Sophomore Prom. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the one student organi- zation which represents everyone in the school and speaks for each and all. It is the one group offering membership and participation to all and not just a select few. To be successful the Council must create a desire for participation in school achivities. This year the Council has sponsored the Home- coming Game and Parade, the Snow Ball, the Student-Faculty Game, and successfully opened the new cafeteria, Student Lounge, and School Store. Needham Broughton acted as hosts for the Central District Student Council Convention in April. Many smaller services such as sponsoring pep rallies, assemblies, disaster drills, clean-up campaigns, and selling football programs, pen- nants and corsages were also carried out by the Council. This year the Council, through the co- operation of all the students and faculty, has suc- ceeded in having a very prosperous year. The Council has worked this year for the benefit of each and every student and for the good of all. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY During the year 1958-1959, the National Honor Society strived to exemplify its four character- istics - scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Honor Society members conducted study halls during lunch periods, and each member tutored two or three students who were having difficulties in their school work. The members were always on call by the Elections Committee for assistance on election mornings, and they also graded aptitude tests. The selection of new members was in accord- ance with preceding years. Only three per cent of the junior class and seven per cent of the senior class may be inducted after they have been voted on by their classmates, Honor Society members, and discussed by a -board comprised of Honor Society members and faculty members. THE SERVICE CLUB The Service Club nomination box was placed outside the oflice early in the year for the 1958- 1959 fall induction. For several weeks the box remained there, receiving many ballots marked with names and services of worthy students in school. The eight members, inducted last year, met and chose by unanimous vote thirteen new senior members. Finally the day of the Service Club assembly arrived and on the stage, presented to the whole student body, the thirteen new members were inducted. Afterwards a tea honoring the new members was held at the house of Jeanne Poole. Christmas rolled around and as a service project, the members offered their help to the Salvation Army to pack Christmas bundles for the needy. One early Saturday morning several Service Club members could be seen setting up, in an assembly line fashion, Christmas bundles filled with articles all the way from fruit cake to dried beans. For the spring induction, the Club plans to induct seniors, juniors and teachers who have helped and served throughout the year. The Serv- ice Club social was planned for April. KEY CLUB The Key Club of 1958-59 was a club of action. The club's first project was to provide a program for the Raleigh Kiwanis Club, our sponsor. The Key Club helped the community by collecting money for the March of Dimes. The club's service project to the school was to open the doors and welcome the students in the morning. The money-making projects of the Key Club were selling programs at home basketball games and Working for members of the Kiwanis Club. The money was used as a scholarship for a needy student. At the end of the year the Key Club presented trophies to the five most valuable players in the spring sports. a The club sponsored a beautifully decorated Old Southern Dance for the entire school. Our President, Doc Dickinson, our advisor, Mr. Clark, and the members of the club lived up to the Key Club motto, "We build." SENIOR HI-Y During the 1958-1959 year the Senior Hi-Y sponsored many worthwhile projects in their effort "to create, maintain, and extend, through- out the home, school, and community high stand- ards of Christian character." In December the Hi-Y Telephone Directories were published and the ensuing sale, which sold the largest number ever, added a considerable sum to the treasury. At the beginning of the conference season, the Senior Hi-Y sold pompous to boost "Operation Spirit" and get the team off to a good start. At the beginning of February, a good time was enjoyed by the members and their dates at the social held at Garner's Cabin. After this the club's eEorts were concentrated on the Hi-Y Follies. After much Work the Follies, the theme being a Western, was given before a full house and all agreed that it was a booming success. Receipts from the Follies Were put into a scholarship fund and presented to a deserving member of the Senior class. Each Sunday the members of the club attended church in a group, and continually strived to promote "clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living." In the spring semester the Senior Hi-Y inducted eight members to bring the membership to 34. They are as follows: Tommy Hines, Scott Bowers, Mark Lynch, Allen Langston, Bobby Mayton, Tom Pierson, Greyson Quarles, and Buddy Crumpler. With the help and guidance of our advisor, Farmer Smith, and our officers, the Senior Hi-Y has enjoyed a most successful year. JUNIOR HI-AY During the '58-'59 year, the Junior Hi-Y carried on many projects. The money raising project was selling almanacs. It has also had a dance with the Senior and Sophomore Hi-Y with the theme on European Holiday. The club attends a different church every third Sunday of the month. They had their social in March. Through the year they have tried to live up to their purpose, to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. New members taken in the spring induction were, Bob Baird, Cliff Benson, Jim Mafiit, Pat May, Connor Murray, Richard Randell, Chat Drinkard, Steve Fore, and Jimmy Self. SOPHOMORE HI-Y During the school year of 1958-1959 the Sopho- more Hi-Y has done many things. Among these was a social on April 18. Also along with the Junior and Senior Hi-Y's they sponsored a dance for the school. Among the projects carried on by the club were the selling of Optimist Christmas tree tickets and World Almanacs. The service project for the year was keeping the cloak rooms at all school dances. The club attended Church every month on the third Sunday. Through these activities the Sopho- more Hi-Y has strived to live up to its purpose and its platform. New members taken in during the spring in- duction were: Prentiss Baker, Frank Dunn, Lance Walker, Bill Jackson, Johnny Spencer, Joe Rat- cliffe, Rick Suberman, Robert Gruber, Ray Kees, Billy Marshall, Nat Taylor, Bobby Moore, John Shelburne, Nick Young, Bob Stack, and Ken Smith. Y-TEENS Y-Teens are always busy . . . the decorations on the cafeteria tables . . . UNICEF fund collec- tions . . . parties for the Tuttle Community Center . . . discussions by panels of boys about dating . . . programs about good grooming and current fashion . . . selling T.B. Bangles in Cameron Vil- lage . . . an "Around the World" skit for World Fellowship Week at the Y . . . foreign students presenting programs to clubs about their coun- tries . . . caroling and "The Spirit of Christmas" . . . Potato chip sale . . . delegates to the Y-Teen State Conference in Greensboro . . . a fall coke party-fashion show . . . The Hanging of the Green . . . helping at the School for the Blind . . . annual winter formal at the State College Ballroom . . . Christmas tree sale . . . the snow and postponed Sadie Hawkins Dance . . . slumber parties at the Y . . . participation in the Mizpah Devotional Group and on, and on, and on .... Twice each month, seven clubs of Y-Teeners met for programs and for planning participation in multiple projects. Through service and fun, Y-Teens try "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." VOCAL ENSEMBLE AND CHORUS The 1959 Vocal Ensemble, under the direction of Mrs. Judith E. Freeman, again established it- self as one of the outstanding choral organizations of this area. In addition to giving programs for numerous civic clubs, the Ensemble sang for both fall and spring inductions of the local unit of the National Honor Society, gave a fall assembly pro- gram with several production numbersg sang for both the local unit of North Carolina Education Association and the area legislative dinner of the N.C.E.A.g furnished entertainment for the Civitan Christmas party, and provided the musical program for the State Student Council Conven- tion held at Broughton in the spring. The 1959 Advanced Mixed Chorus was com- posed this year of ninety members, who combined their talents with the Ensemble to give a Christ- mas concert, an Easter assembly program, and a spring concert. Both groups, together with the Boys' Chorus, Girls' Chorus, and Girls' Ensemble, competed in district and Ensemble music con- tests in the spring. The Ensemble also partici- pated in the State Choral Festival in Greensboro in April. Thus another successful year for the Vocal Music Department is recorded in Brough- ton's annals. PERSONNEL OF MARCHING HUNDRED Trombone: 'f"'Thomas Mundy, Brian Davis, Allen Pharr, Hugh Cox, Ken Warmbrod, David Worth, 1"'Larry Lovvorn, Richard McCoy, Clyde Parker, Bryson Lewis. Baritone: 1"'Forrest Steele, Bill Crossland, John Graham, Billy Collins, Wex Woodard. Saxophone: 1'fDan Southern, Houston Hobbs, Grady Doyle, Frank Mayes, 'fBill Stuckey, 'George Godwin. Bell Lyra: Marian Underwood, Mary Alice Gibbs. Clarinet: 'Emmett Hunnicutt, Walter Baker, Stuart Holoman, Don Cowan, AcAnn McGal1iard, Thomas Ward, Jeanette Ball, 1"'Gene Jones, Charles Wright, Kathy Canaday, Bill Farrior, Beaman Thomas, Terry Golden, 1Frank Ziglar, Edward Haynes, P. T. Rideout, Ray Harris, Alice Park, Ann Watson, Tommy Yow, Carol Don Ellis. Percussion: 'f"'Bobbie Tomlinson, Peyton Ligon Jerry Simpson, Allen Langston, Robert Clayton, Barbara Finch, Rick Babcock, Janet Carmean, Werner Hauber. Bass: f"'Ernest Greene, David Johnson, O. B. 7 " Officer of the Marching Hundred 1 Member of the Circus Band Hawkins, Charles Manooch, Jimmie Jones, Him- mie Holder. Horn: 'Israel Tyler, Rowland Shelley, Charles Winton, John Snipes, Alex Bell, Howell Keezell, Joe Bridges. Flute: 'f"'Frony Williams, Rosemary Hoffman, Beth Porter, Edith Parker, Bonnie Jackson, Pru- dence Beatty, 1Jane Wooden. Cornet: Floyd Taylor, Phil Strobel, Paul Her- ing, Jerome Miles, Billy Benton, Tom Fisher, Ray Cherry, Don Lee, VW. C. Haynes, tJan South- wick, John Anderson, fMike Davis, Paul Ziglar, 1Jimmie White, Jimmie Carper. Drum Major: Willard Barbeeg Captains: Bobbie Tomlinson, Forrest Steele. Head Majorette: Patty Stone, Majorettes: Mar- guarite Howard, Mary Hassell, Marsha Mustard, Dorothy Fitz, Jean Monroe. Color Guard: Betsy Cherry, Betsy Adams, Peggy Pitser, Judy Dunn. Announcer : John Poole. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Having planned our year, 1958-1959, during the summer, when school opened F.H.A.'ers were ready to roll. They began by signing up new mem- bers and putting everyone to work. The first item on our calendar was the homecoming parade fioat. After assembling hammers, saws, crepe paper etc., the fioat was put together for a first prize job! Right on the heels of the float came our big dance. "Moonlight and Roses" was our theme and when the fioors were swept at the last minute, the lights turned down low, the soft music set the scene for a perfect dance. Rallies Workshops, plan- ning meeting and many other events filled our busy and successful year. In April we had the in- stallation of oiiicers for the next year as mothers sat by and watched at our Mother-Daughter Tea. The picnic at Umstead Park was one of our first events. It's been a great year, and all 87 members are strengthened because they have come in contact with "teens with purpose." The troubles, the worries, the joys, and excitement have made this one of the most successful years in F.H.A. at Broughton. FUTURE TEACHERS The Mary P. Brantly Club of Future Teachers of America strives to develop in its members char- acter, personality, and scholarship-qualities vital to the good teacher. To acquaint the members with all the facts of teaching is another goal of the group. Membership in F. T. A. is open to every student interested in a career in education. This year the seventy-four members have taken part in a wide variety of activities. Decorating a float for Homecoming was the first "get ac- quainted" project. A bus trip to the State F. T. A. convention in Winston-Salem and the clubs an- nual installation banquet followed. Working as teachers' assistants, the members not only ren- dered a valuable service, but also learned through personal experience some of the duties required by their chosen career. Caring for young children at the State School for the Blind on Saturday afternoons afforded members inspiring expe- riences and a greater understanding of young chil- dren. The F. T. A. coke party furthered the unity of the members and provided a liberal dash of just plain fun. Observing in the city schools proved to be the highlight of the year. Regular F. T. A. meetings have furnished the setting for interesting programs and discussions. The establishing of a F. T. A. library was the re- sult of one of these meetings. Through the Future Teachers of America, stu- dents are able to prepare themselves to be capable leaders and teachers of the youth of tomorrow. WINGED WORDS Winged Words, a literary magazine managed and edited by Broughton students, will celebrate its tenth anniversary of publication next year. Originally conceived by creative writing students and named as a result of a student poll, Winged Words in its nine years has received national recognition. To stimulate creative writing and thinking, to recognize the original work of Broughton writers, to establish standards of taste and literary judg- ment-these are some of the goals of the enthusi- astic Winged Words staff. Anyone interested, whether he writes or not, is cordially invited to join this Wednesday afternoon group. NATIONAL Foneuslc I LEAGUE President ...,......,......................................... Kay Shaw Vice-President ............. .......... D an Renn Recording Secretary ............. ........ B etsy Fuqua Corresponding Secretary .................... Mary Hassell The National Forensic League has become in- creasingly active this year. Early in the year Speech Club and NFL worked together on a fioat for the homecoming parade. Members and their parents attended a dinner meeting to make plans for the year. New members inducted at this meet- ing were Mrs. Snow, Becky Gaddy, Betsy Fuqua., Karen Peck, and Linda Jacobs. Students who have earned the honor degree 175 pointsb are Linda Shirley, Brooks Garnett, Dan Renn, and Kay Shaw. This year, for the first time, the NFL spon- sored a debate workshop of about 50 interested students who met twice a Week. The debate team was chosen from the membership. In February students from several schools came to Broughton's annual NFL practice tournament. During the year Broughton students have traveled all over the state to speaking events. Keeping souvenirs and records of these activities is Becky Gaddy, the scrapbook chairman. 'Our new advisor this year is Mrs. Nancy Hill Snow. AUDIO VISUAL CLUB The Audio Visual Club is one of the most im- portant clubs in Broughton. Through it's many services, the entire student body receives a con- tinuous flow of instructional information. The new sound system in the auditorium has proved to be the best ever. Our projects included the new sound system in the auditorium, we had a fioat in the homecoming parade, used the sound system in the gym, we furnished music for the dances, and did the sound for the assembly programs. The Audio Visual club not only serves as an instruc- tional aid to the teachers but as a means of train- ing those people interested in using Audio Visual equipment in the proper procedure. This club has gained much confidence from the faculty as well as the student body. Although the club's main purpose is to serve the school, it has a social as the other school clubs do. Realizing the fact that the members of this club handle the most expensive equipment in the school and come in contact with more students and teachers than any other club, the qualities of respect, responsi- bility, and dependability are required of each member. The success of this club's operations would have been impossible without Mrs. Melton, a. person deserving highest praise for her out- standing work as our advisor. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club welcomes any person who is a library assistant, member of the library com- mittee of the Student Council, or anyone who is willing to give of his time to work in the library. The purpose of the organization is to provide the students with the library materials and services most appropriate and most meaningful in their growth and development as individuals. It seeks to bring the library closer to the students and further the achievements of the over all objectives of the school. At regular meetings during the year, the club discusses book collections, district and state con- ventions, and ways to improve and render service to the school. Highlights of this year's activities are great and many. An orientation program was carried out for the new students of the school who need help in the library. This was done by the library mem.bers of the Student Council. Partici- pation in the District Convention proved both challenging and exciting. While being represented by having ofiicer Willis Reed, Reporter, the Club was greatly honored by the convention choice of Joe Crowder as President for the new year. The Club had a social which was in the form of a banquet on January 31 at Scandia Village. The Club members are looking forward to the State Convention this year for they hold two of the six State Oiiices-Sally Ann Smith, Editor of the State Magazine and Loretta Hardy, Re- porter for the State Association. For these reasons and others the club, with the aid of our most efficient, most reliable, and most enthusiastic advisor, Mrs. Melton, has had a very profitable year. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 58-59 The organization of the GAA began with the GAA Board which planned it's constitution and activities in August. Members participating were as follows: Mary Patchell, chairman, Billie Dar- den, Stuart Austin, Barbara Finch, Donna Hicks, Varian Farmer and Linda Wynne. September came and time to bring GAA back into Broughton activities. After four years of non- existence the GAA had little trouble regaining it's reputation. At its first meeting 104 girls were enrolled and officers were elected to serve this year. The 104 members were divided into four squads. Each squad had a squad leader responsible for its activi- ties. The following were chosen to serve as squad leaders: Varian Farmer, Linda Wynne, Barbara Finch and Nancy Belvin. After an adequate system was set up, play be- gan. Eighty girls showed for the first softball meet. Softball continued until Christmas and Squad Two took honors for the championship. In January the Ping-pong Tournament was held in the new student lounge. Carol Ellis and Carolyn Norwood were finalists. Soon a gymnastic pro- gram was formed and the girls were instructed by the advisors and Shirley House from the Ra- leigh Recreation Department. The GAA cookout, on March 6 and 7 was held at Umstead State Park where many of the girls gathered around the fire to sing songs and cook. Entertainment included anything from a ballgame to a talent show. Other activities planned by the GAA members include basketball and volleyball in March, and to accept the invitation to the N. C. State Play Day in Greensboro, May 8th. In all, the GAA has had a very happy and pros- perous beginning. GOLDEN MASQUERS Golden Masquers recognizes those students who have excelled in the field of dramatics and to further the interest of dramatics in the school. During the year, the club helps in the choice and administration of the plays, and participates as much as possible in the actual production. Also, the Golden Masquers produce a play for Carolina Dramatics Festival every spring. The Golden Masquers helped with the Little Theater production of The Man Who Came to Dinner. During the spring Carolina Dramatics Festival the Club presented Riders to the Sea. LITTLE THEATER The purpose of the Broughton Little Theater is to give its members practical experience in the interpretation and production of outstanding plays, to promote interest in the dramatic activi- ties of the school, to encourage the witnessing and reading of better plays, and to promote an en- thusiasm for drama in all its phases. Membership is limited to interested members of the student body. For the 1958-59 season the Little Theater pre- sented The Man Who Came to Dinner as its fall production. The club presented Infanta at the Carolina Dramatics Festival in Durham, N. C. MIZPAH DEVOTIONAL GROUP The Mizpah Group, which meets every morn- ing before school in the auditorium, renders the service of helping the individual to become a better Christian and to be a good influence on his fellow student. Membership is free, therefore, everyone may participate in this group. The members of the group give the devotionals and each Friday, a guest speaker is invited. This year the group has received spirited help as well as meeting new individuals. Each morning there are devotionals, singing, praying, and ends by having a friendship circle. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION These boys worked and came to school, too. James Adams as a Mechanic at Thompson Cad- illac Co. John Boone as a Printer at Powell Print Shop. Larry Bridges as a Mechanic at Bass GMC. tJerry Bryant as a Machinist at Monis Associ- a es. C Billy Brown as a Carpenter at J. M. Thompson o. C Joe Bradshaw as a Plumber at Mims Plumbing o. Don Bland as a Printer at Security Bank. Joe Canady as a Mechanic at Tunstil Williams. James Coleman as a Mechanic at Barbour's Garage. Owen Doyle as a Photographer at Smith Studio. Ray Dunn as a Cabinet Maker at Carolina Builders, Inc. Thomas Eubanks as a Meat Cutter at Winn- Dixie. Stanley Ferrell as a Printer at College Print Shop. Cecil Harding as a Mechanic at Thompson Cad- illac Co. Terry Harris as a Dry Cleaner at Dixie Cleaners. Ray Henley as a Welder at Raleigh Welding Co. Don King as a Printer at Sparks Press. Dan Lassiter as a Printer at The Card Shop. Roy Mangum as a Printer at The News and Observer. Charles Markham as a Printer at Raleigh Letter Writer. David Medlin as a Commercial Cook at Finchs'. Jack Raynor as an Upholster at Carolina Up- holster Co. Chester Smith as a Floral Designer at Fallon's. Ronnie Snotherly as a Typewriter Mechanic at Dave's Machine Shop. Jerry Tuttle as a Mechanic at Tuttle's Garage. Lanny Watkins as a Dental Mechanic at Caro- lina Dental Laboratory. Robert Watkins as a Mechanic at Alexander Machine Works. HI-TIMES Under the guidance of the three advisors, Miss Paschal, Mrs. LaFoy and Miss Coffey, the interest journalism classes have published the Hi-Times each month. Doc Dickinson was elected editor and Rella Jean Lancaster business manager. Chosen to work with these two were individuals from the different journalism classes. Advertisements were sold by the members of the journalism classes. Subscriptions were sold in the homerooms. Each homeroom elected a per- son to serve as Hi-Times representative and this person helped with the circulation of the paper. The Hi-Times exchanged papers with over one hundred schools this year. Although most of the schools were located in North Carolina, we have had papers from as far North as Alaska, as far South as the Panama Canal, and as far West as California. Edwards 8z Broughton Company did the print- ing of the Hi-Times on a regular newsprint and Stearns Engraving Company made the zinc plates and halftones. Burnie Batchelor took most of the pictures as the school did not have a photographer this year. In the spring twelve students from the journal- ism classes attended the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The Hi-Times received a second place rating at this convention. THE LATIPAC The LATIPAC is the Needham Broughton High School annual. Published yearly in May under the auspices of the Senior Class, the LATIPAC pre- sents in word and picture the panorama of the immediately past school year. This year the Editor-in-Chief was Annette Gill and Jerry Liles served as Business Manager. In her capacity as Advisor, Miss Laura Helen Paschal devoted much time to the project. Approximately seventy Senior journalism students worked in some way to prepare the book for publication. Advertising was solicited by every journalism stu- dent from Raleigh business concerns who again gave their whole-hearted support. Burnie Batche- lor was the photographer for the annual which was printed by Edwards 8: Broughton Company. Mr. Joseph Hardison served as Edwards 81 Broughton advisor to the LATIPAC. The 1959 LATIPAC is the culmination of a year of cooperation a.nd hard work by a large number of people and Needham Broughton has a right to be proud of it. MIMEOGRAPH ASSISTANTS The duties of the mimeograph assistants con- sist of many different jobs. Some of these are typ- ing masters and cutting stencils, doing work for the administrative staff, clubs, and other organi- zations, duplicating material and delivering it. The assistants gain valuable experience by using the various machines in the Commercial Depart- ment. These machines' include typewriters, a mimeograph machine, a fluid duplicator, and a mimeoscope. MONOGRAM CLUB The Monogram Club is composed of boys who have received a varsity letter and the approval of the club. Previously the club had only two in- ductions a year. This year the club amended the constitution in order that a boy might become a member immediately after earning his varsity letter and the approval of the club. The club's annual Christmas project of helping fifty needy families was highly successful. The student body contributed food, clothing, toys, and money for the families. The money was used to buy perishables and additional food. The club members packaged and distributed the goods. Members of the Monogram Club served as ushers at each home basketball game and at the student-faculty game. The Monogram club also sponsored a successful dance on March 6. At the end of the year the club awarded a trophy to the outstanding senior athlete. The club is grateful to Coach Clyde Walker for his guidance and help during the year. FOOTBALL Back on the fifteenth of August, head football coach Clyde Walker issued his annual call for eligible football candidates. As usual, the response was more than bewildering. But Walker and Co. were greeted by only eight returning lettermen plus co-captains, Johnny Wardlaw and Simon Dixon. At times, off and on during the next twelve to fifteen weeks, this lack of experience seemed as if it would immerse and incommode the cour- age and determination of the Raleigh warriors who were already wrestling with the thought of complete failure. However, bleak as it may have previously appeared, after the scarred football pads had been bedded down in mothballs to await their next assignment, the Raleigh Caps finished with throttle open and riding the crest of a gal- lant six game winning streak. It totaled the sea- son's record to a proud seven wins against a mere three blemishes. Durham, Greensboro, and Wilson were the only foes capable of harnessing Walker's winning formula as the rampaging Caps pushed aside K-inston, Wilmington, Goldsboro. Burlington, Asheville, Fayetteville, and Rocky Mount. At the beginning of the 1958 campaign, the Caps started their ten-game schedule much as the pre- season transcript read-slow and inexperienced. The Whirlies of Greensboro pounced on the lesser Raleigh team, but were able to run the count to only 13-6 against the Caps. However, the follow- ing week, against AA ranked Kinston, Raleigh had no faults and did little wrong. The final score read 46-7 as the efforts of senior halfbacks David Poole and Jimmy Wardlaw accounted for three of the scores. Poole scored twice, Wardlaw once. One week later, the Caps again ran into defeat. This time by a 19-13 margin against Wilson. But even in defeat, it was a profitable gain for the Capital eleven. It showed the congeniality of quarterback Max Boxley and the team play of halfbacks Poole and Wardlaw along with senior fullback Jay McClellan. September 26, saw the Caps journey over to Durham to engage the Bulldogs in an important Eastern Conference meet. After the dust had cleared, Raleigh was on the short end of a 7-2 score. At the sound of the final gun, the Caps were located on their host's two foot line. One more play may have meant victory. The post-game gloom along with an unimpres- sive one win against three setbacks seemed to revive the falling Caps and start them on their tremendous drive for recognition. The heart- breaking defeat at Durham was the cost for the Caps. The remaining six games, four of which were against conference friends, all were marked in the win column for the Broughton lads. Wilmington was the first to experience the sting of the Raleigh march. Fullback McClellan pro- duced the six point act and Joe Mangum booted the point after touchdown for the needed 7-6 margin and a cherished Raleigh win. For the next two weeks it was all Raleigh. Against Goldsboro, ends Smedes York and Joe Webb along with linebacker Dixon presented the opposition with a petous and impassive defense. Halfback Johnny Wardlaw aided the 26-13 Golds- boro win and the 26-7 Burlington victory with a total ground rushing of 300 yards in 23 carries. The line play of Bob Baird, Fred Smith, and Jim Olive helped, also. It was the trip to the western part of the state and Asheville which was the highlight of the foootball year. Down twelve points at the half, Raleigh put together a sprinted drive which en- abled them to overcome the twelve point deficit and roll up a 14-12 win for the Caps. It was the fine play of safetyman Al Lassiter which sparked the victory. David Poole provided the two point difference with a couple of perfect extra point placements. Quarterback Max Boxley scored twice,'senior halfback Ivan Jones once, and Wardlaw once to lead the Caps over conference enemy Fayetteville by a 26-14 count. The following week against a fiery bunch of Rocky Mount chargers, the Caps outscored and outscraped the Blackbirds and sneaked by 9-7. With the Win over Rocky Mount, Raleigh High closed out their 1958 campaign. Coach Walker, along with all Cap supporters was pleased with the seasonls fine turn out. 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MARTIN ACCOUNTING COURSES SECRETARIAL COURSES SUMMER TERM JUNE 15 FALL TERM SEPT. 14 "Accredited by The Accrediting Cornmi ' SSIOII for Business Schools" ardbarger Business College Raleigh, North Carolina LUMBER COMPANY MURRAY TIRE SERVICE U.S. ROYAL TIRES 2: RECAPPING 401 S. Wilmington Street Phone TE 2-3768 HOLLOWAY'S PHILLIPS 6466" SERVICE Corner of Oberlin Road and Clark Avenue Cameron Village KERR REXALL DRUGS Prescriptions Our Specialty 'A' SCHOOL SUPPLIES if COSMETICS " MAGAZINES Cameron Village TE 3-5523 JEPPRIES JEWELRY CO. Official Railroad Watch Inspector Seaboard, Southern and Norfolk Southern Railways Zullgfs E JEWELERS , Inc. HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT U.S. 1 NORTH RALEIGH, N. C. STABLISHED 1881 L d lc F' A ' ', 128 Fayetteville Street Raleigh, N. C. an ma' of mgry me"c""s TE 2-5571 g p Miss Runnion: This makes the fifth time I have punished you this week Billy W.: I'm glad it's Friday, Ma'am! . What have you to say? One very angry skunk to another skunk: So do you! STANCIL'S suNoco wA3H.0.MA1'1u 801 West Peace Street PHONE TE 4-9217 Specialist in LAUNDRY 84 CLEANING : SHIRT FINISHING AUTOMOTIVE TUNE UP - ROAD SERVICE WASHING gl LUBRICATION Northside 1904 Bernard Street TE 2-2703 MITCHELL PRINTING COMPANY L- C- WEAVER EQU1PPED TO HANDLE ANY SIZE JOB Decorative Fabrics Book Binding Ruling Wedding Invitations 115 West Hargett street DIAL TE 2-8821 304 Glenwood TE H446 Compliments S T E P H E N S 0 N Of MUSIC COMPANY STATE CAPITAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY CAMERON VILLAGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA PORTRAITS AND APPLICATION SIZE PICTURES MAY BE ORDERED FROM YOUR SCHOOL ANNUAL NEGATIVE YOUR LATIPAC PHOTOGRAPHER SMITH STUDIO 12 East Hargett Street Phone TE 4-6491 RALEIGH, N. C. Teacher: What did Caesar exclaim when Brutus stabbed him? Ronald J.: Duck!! If he can remember so many jokes, with all the details that mold them, why can't he recall with equal skill, how many times he's told them? WALLER STUDIO 126W Fayetteville Street Bakers and Brown Roofing Co., Inc. . 406 W. Davie 2: TE 2-4528 Compliments CQRREI-OL COAL TEXACO PRODUCTS COMPANY SIM H. WELLS COMPANY REALTORS -:- MORTGAGE LOANS FIRE INSURANCE 620 W. Jones Street Raleigh, N. C. Distributors For Phone TE 2-6681 One 'ral reuse at ameri: to grow Good health is our business. We take a deep personal pride in watching the growth and development of youngsters raised on Pine State's good, health-giving milk and dairy foods. We feel great cnlIl satisfaction in the knowledge that we contribute to the growth of the com- munity as we do to the growth ol its citizens. We're proud ol the fact that we're grow- ing, too . . . that more and more fum- COIIAGECIIEISI ilies are asking tor Pine State's pure I delicious milk, ice cream and other fine dairy foods. North Carolina? Cbozbe Since 1919 Miss Fonville: Barbara, you mustn't laugh so loud in the school room. Barbara L.: I didn't mean to do it. I was smiling and the smile busted. Stanton T.: How do porcupines make love? Mr. Layton: Carefully-very carefully. LAUGHLIN MUSIC CO. 1809 GLENWOOD AVENUE Phone TE 4-6647 - "At Five Points" MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND REPAIRS WOODSON INSURANCE Seeds, Bulbs, Insecticides Qofglvr or A A iff . 7' I' !.lUIH es " ' ::::::., E .3 I Q and PHONE TE 2-0551 327 S. Wilmington Street RALEIGH For the b BEST 4 6 HARDWARE in MID SPURTS STOR USED CARS MACGREGOR SPORTS EQUIPMENT D 81 S CONVERSE ALL-STAR SHOES 423 5- Wilmington St- TE 3,2505 438 Woodburn Road-Cameron Village RALEIGH N. C- PHONE TE 2-4-121 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA T. M RY'S JUNIOR COLLEG RICHARD G. STONE, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA High school graduates are offered two years standard college. The curriculum also includes llth and 12th grades high school work. All academic courses fully accredited by Southern Association. Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics, and Music Departments with tuition included in general charge. Twenty-Acre Campus - Field Sports - Tennis - Gymnasium Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool - Golf - Horseback Riding Write for Catalogue Mr. Beenen fin History? : Warren, for what war was Louis XIV chiefly responsible? Warren B. fPositivelyJ: Louis XV, sir. Jay Mc.:I am always kissing the stamps on your letters because I know your lips have touched them Cabell R.: Oh, dear, and to think I dampen them on Fido's nose. Pl'l0l'lCZ Office TE 4-5913 - RCS. TE 3-1586 C,,,,,,,, of FREDMO. HALL . . . anager Ralelgh Retall FUTNIIUTC Dealers SHENANDOAH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, INC. Assgciqtion 233 Bryan Building, Cameron Village Raleigh, North Carolina National School 6' Industrial Corp. NATIONAL FILM SERVICE Simply Superior . . . For Those Who Can't Be Bothered With Second Best . . . PHONE: TE 2-8842 ROBERTS FLORIST "See The Rest, Then Buy The Best" Mastercraft Stage Equipment - Draperies - Shades 716 St. Mary's St. Raleigh, N. C. 14-20 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, N. C. Mrs. Linda Weathers Mrs. Ruth Roberts 1 SIR WALTER OPTICIANS EITIIUBITEII Qllilume gilllfe Ground Floor-Professional Building Next to Elevators -V- O St' Meats af 'mhnson Street Eye Glass Prescriptions Filled Raleigh, North Carolina and Glasses ReP0lfed Phone TE 3-4629 e9 A " guy g2,'V4fA.s4,L W ' . ilff ' REDITH COLLEGE W YUuQ'AjCC DITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of Colleges K , 4 .I - f' nd Secondar Schools, American Association of Universit Women, gL,L,L,M,f Zu.fZFf.f2ft, - '92-'ik-ji' y Y VZ E673 Zppwxkgbkwnal Association of Schools of Music. 1 , ,pax PROCESSIV E educational program in ,terms of Christian character y Z U, and service. Distinguished record of student honors. Excellent Zio gyda JA, library facilities. Effective honor system. w,A,.,.x. ""4'4'-"bf ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, Wllhe Educational Center of the X , 2 Statef' Beautiful campus of 170 acres. Modern Hreproof dormitories gqaqfjvith generous provisions for social activities. Write for catalogue and folder of views CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Mrs. Peacock: Runt, please tell me what it is when I say I love, you love, he loves. Runt R.: That's one of them triangles where somebody gets shot. Joe W.: How did you puncture the tire? Johnny W.: Ran over a milk bottle. Joe W.: Didn't you see it? Johnny W.: Naw, the kid had it under h is coat. D sf s Moroas, INC. HOUSE OF CHRYSLER CROMLEY'S SIR WA.LTER DRUG STORE 408 Fayetteville Street PLYMOUTH TE 2-2378 DODGE CHRYSLER IMPERIAL DODGE TRUCKS C0mPlimeHfS Of TE 3-2505 MANGUM ELECTRIC SERVICE 423 South Wilmington Street 709 West Johnson Street PENNEYS NEWTGNIS, INC. LAUNDRY E HNERS In Raleigh's Cameron Village Fine Things Finely Done CAMERON VILLAGE Where Shopping and Parking's a Pleasure DIAL TE 2-9695 Aixam' wtf or E f if PEACE COLLEGE E .Ia . Wy. COURSES OFFERED ll we I X . CL 1. Standard Junior College Courses. wipe P 2. General Junior College Courses. - at L 3. Two-year Standard Courses in Home Economics. XML 4. One- and Two-year Commercial Courses fGregg Systemb. ills 5. Two Years of High School Work. 6. Special Courses in Art, Music, etc. For Catalogue Address WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President PEACE COLLEGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Mr. Blakewayz Now, Terry, if I lay three eggs here and five eggs here, Terry P. fWith guestioning glancebz I don't believe you can do it, sir. how many eggs will I have? Donna M.: What did you say when Smedes threatened to kiss you? Nancy E.: I told him I'd just like to see him. Donna M.: And then? Nancy E.: Well, Smedes always tries to do what I like. l i l l l l l , , " ir if if if 'A' " Lite insuronce rnecins security, treedorn 4,4, Lite y insuronce is tood, clothing, shelter, educotion, Through lite insuronce, you buy tuture dollcirs tor your 'linonciol y protection ond the sotety ot those who will depend on you, Your Occidentol representotiye would like to help l you plon your insuronce progrorni See him soonl l Ticket-writing motorcycle cop to Swoose Phelps: Perhaps you weren't driving a hundredg however I'm going to reward you for trying! Mary Lou: Do you ever allow a man to kiss you when you're out driving with him? Mary Elizabeth: Never. If a man can drive safely while kissing me, he's not giving the kiss the attention It deserves. BALENTINES RESTAURANT C0""J'f"'e"'s of Fayetteville Street BURRAGE MUSIC CO. ll2 W. Martin Street Compliments of ADAMS-TERRY REALTY COMPANY Compliments of PERKINS GLASS CO. Avery Upchurch TE 4-9218 UPCHURCH'S ESSO SERVICE "Our Business Is Good" 260l Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, N. C. IDEAL CLEANERS 3108 Hillsboro Street TE 3-3286 Campbell-Honeycutt Motors, Inc. PHONE TE 2-5527 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA STUDEBAKER - MERCEDES - BENZ PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Hillsboro Road Phone TE 3-lO7l Compliments 0f W. H. KING DRUG CO. RALEIGH, N. c. ir "House of Friendly and Dependable Service" :He was kicked out of school for cheating." How come?" He was caught counting his ribs in a Physiology and Anatomy exam!" I Mother Lion: Junior, what are you doing? iff Baby Lion: I'm chasing a hunter around a tree. N Mother Lion: How many times have I told you not to play with your food! In W" I I I' LL gifs ,W In If ,IX ,M fyfczki Me Worry? L 7 f' A - .. s o.'1 A 'Umm ., ii' SANDERSIAALIVIQTOII f COMQANY.. y 1 Blount and Davie vStreets It 1 .I Te1eph0nQs'Ti3'li+73o1 'I " ' SALES SERVICE I CARS Not.me, I am "cum laude', since I got my glasses at TRUCKS ...Alsoin It Greenville, Greensboro om! Charlotte OPTICIANS, Inc. Professional Bldg. Raleigh Compliments of Watson Seafood fr Poultry Co. POULTRY - FRESH FISH - SEA FOODS ROCK QUARRY ROAD RALEIGH, N. C. YELLOW CAB co. TE 2-58l I Oldest and Most Reliable RALEIGH, N. C. IN RALEIGH Your GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances DEALERS ARE Appliance Center, Inc. Peace G' Halifax Streets Cameron Appliance Co. Cameron Village Edith O.: All extremely bright men are Docie D.: Oh, I don't know. I'm not. conceited. Compliments of WRENN'S SHELL SERVICE Peace and St. Mary's Streets RALEIGH, N. C. THOMPSON-CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE, INC. 421 Fayetteville Street DIAL TE 4-0311 ALL FORMS OF TITLE INSURANCE Commercial Standard Title Insurance Agency, Inc. U24 Hour Service" 401 Oberlin Road Cameron Village Phillips Building RALLIGII, NORTH CAROLINA SPONSOR PAGE Bynum Printing Company Standard Supply Company ,lean Dickinson Raleigh Diner Sanderford Sausage Company Royster's Ferguson's Hardware Winfree's Grocery and Market Sembower's Bookshop Jeffries Mr. and Mrs. John R. Poole Bryan-Winfree Garage Gerber Baby Foods Carolina Fuel Oil Company Man-Mur Shoe Shop Will Burt Stokers Carolina Builders Corporation Long Meadow Farms, Inc. Person Street Variety Store Sinclair Refining Co. Compliments of a friend Whites Grocery Longview Pharmacy Smith-Douglass Company, Inc. Raleigh Nehi Bottling Company Weatherman's Jewelers Morganis Barber Shop Eckerd's Drug Store Dillon Motor Finance Co. Larue Lancaster Beauty Salon Sample Shoe Store Wrenn-Pharr Gill's Service Station Cutler Street Grocery Olive's Beauty Shop Southern Welding McLeod 81 Watson Co. Northside Esso Service Bus Terminal Re urant Page's Sinclair Ken Lind Co. A Garland C. Norris Co. ' Watson. Drive In Esso Training Servicen rl Colonial Life and i2cc1de 2 Coin-O-Matic Bryan Davis Tilton Shoe Shop Capital Ice Sz Coal Co. Robbins Barber Shop Standard Life and Casualty Insurance Co. Rogers Realty Ins. Co. I. R. Adams, General Contractor T. H. Briggs and Sons, Inc. Q .2 C. G. Poole, Jr. T. A. Dick Insurance Agency B B. Barbour-Barbour's Esso 3 3 Leon Byrumis Opticians Teague's Dry Cleaning E. R. Poole Music Co. Q T. E. Barnes Oil Burner Sales and Servicg Stearns Engraving Co. Mother 81 Daughter Stores Glenwood Village Beauty Shop it Earl Brian: But I don't think I deserve an absolute zero. Miss McDearman: Neither do I, but it is the lowest mark that I am allowed to give. A FRIEND First-Citizens Bank 82 Trust Company ,TS H I L L' S, I N C. I720 Louisburg Highway . For Sporting Goods A Complete Banking Service SALADS -2- SODAS -:- SANDWICHES HONAKERIS LUNCHEONETTE, Inc 334 Fayetteville Street Mx? ALL KINDS OF STUFFED ANIMALS ci! . at fly CII Mi M w Wfygfgrjff if yuiwrwiyf at .M YOU'LL FIND ALL YOUR FAVORITE BRAND NAMES AT Hudson-Belk 0. "Eastern Carolina,s Largest Department Storey RALEIGH, N. C. Carey R.: What do you do when you see an unusually beautiful girl? Gail Mc.: I look for awhile, then I get tired and lay the mirror down. Jane T.: Must we say goodnight, sweetheart? fVoice from the stairsb: No dear, wait a few minutes and say good morning. BRANTLEY cv soN, INC. "YOUR FAMILY PHARMACISTH ESTABLISHED 1910 DRUGS - COSMETICS - FOUNTAIN 508 Hillsboro Street Telephone TE 2-8834 -3ILMARDS- HALL OF SCIENCE 1910 HILLSBORO ST. CLEAN - WHOLESOME RECREATION ADLER'S OF RALEIGH For Women Who Love Elegance in Fashions Downtown and Cameron Village HUNEYCUTT, INC. Fashions for Men 1918-20 Hillsboro Street illage STQIAQIISCI-INERY, mc. CAMERON VILLAGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA BOOKS STATIONERY CARDS GIFTS OFFICE SUPPLIES FRAMES Connell Realty 81 Mortgage Company REAL ESTATE - MORTGAGE LOANS FIRE INSURANCE 308-15 Odd Fellows Building Dial TEmple 4-0391 Compliments of PERKINS GLASS CO. DURHAM, N. C. HOWARD JOHNSON MOTOR LODGE P i IN RALEIGH'S CAMERON VILLAGE BYNUM PRINTING COMPANY TEmpIe 2-64I7 RALEIGH, N. C. Disconsolate Jackie McGee to Mother: I've used up three kissproof lipsticks-and I still don't know if it works! RN, QM N A NX ,H ff f A X 1 A W Z 1 3 ZA SWR 5 X . AU i A . NN x xk X X , XX I N X 1. x X N :I A IX A X xx .QI 1 5 3 N1 N - hh. 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