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

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Advisor UMWIA RANEY LHBEHKARXQ 4036 Caxya Drive 13QLg..?Vj.1'212jl2. ?'fflf T' 3' xr. 5 foam ieou.4 giver lzear our prai.4e . . annul Mater, we Jafute tlzee . . gor within thy waiia I we ve garnereci gifid enriching all Oul' Clay! . . . n i Ufpvffunifsf 50" friencbhip . . guidance in our que4f for fruilz . . Q .l.l1UIl'1 Ur L.lHLUF'lSTgNCE eSwVwnTHwFbQ Lowea CLASSES 1PESENT1-:ENT OF Uvvi- Qmssae aUWMSSOnCwmmTmw .'RHuTHh ...---1 ,..-.. I ll- I audua, Enix .f gaiilz illrouglz af! our grave encleauor Gheae, thy gifb, 0 alfma Mater, we .Jhall cheridh through the Jaya unzleralancfing love of youth ' ! , i" 1 nf, ' Ip. '71 'ww' 5 ' ' A -5. I ., 06.2K-?"'p3-'W Rx '14 5 Q- 513' V ri' I ,- xv' - '.-g ' " 5 Q Q 42 'IN . , ,,. gl 1,1 'kk nf " A' , , , . -3 .4 , , 1 ,. ' E,J 4f7,. . - , I-.Q n w , . 4 -exxl 'Sf , -x , lx' ,h x 4- Q? Q 'PV . Striving Jtifl through l"7R lziglz endeavor glzua to render llzee our praiae. -...Rial +!'f 1 Q 0 A Q, H f ' Q J . T5 V , .-" WL . V NVQ! 5 5 , ' . r-i--59? X 1-fl' was-rv 1 draw WM5. . M 4-awe-n 4 . -f-3? -., 'x ,XXX Needham ferouglzfon . . 21 ' rv-' w'x 1 S , 1- .L W ,T 1 'I 1 w 1 . ! ,V 1 I , N X 'W ' Y X t rm K N lvluf' 0 1 A . 0 , xl I P I ' in A M 7' ' to A , I A tg LA MM , ' . L 'LQ ' 1 -A X t I r 3' " J' ' n ' lx' . . i 'Aly 1 , V 1 . . . ur alma Maier V-K 5 kwa 1 'We pauae to review the gear . 1962-1963 was for us a year of growth, of surprise, of change . . . Some things, of course, went along pretty much as always-there were the games and pep rallies, the traditional holidays fplus one day for snow, which we thought would never comel. As usual, the respective classes sold more barbecue, doughnuts, and magazines than any preceding class. There were the days of Looking Ahead . . . first came College Day, then Career Day, and finally Military Obligations Day for the boys. In addition, many seniors participated in Student Government Day in May. The dramatics classes gave plays, the journalism classes produced newspapers, the music groups put on programs, and the arts and commercial classes won prizes. The dances came and went, beginning with the FHA Homecoming Dance and ending with the beautiful Senior Prom. But many things were different . . . A Service Club speaker stirred up controversy that continued for many months afterward, and an unorthodox Easter assembly shocked many of us out of our complacency. In January the Theatre-in-Education project came to Broughton, bringing with it talented Shakespearean actors who presented portions of Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Twelfth Night to our delight and enchantment. In the spring the school received an unexpected gift of chinchillas, and in June the seniors graduated in Reynolds Coliseum instead of the traditional Memorial Auditorium, which was undergoing repairs. As usual, Broughton students copped a large number of scholarships and awards, and this year Mr. Holliday, our principal, received a national leadership award, which brought honor to our school. Much was going on in the Raleigh community, too . . .g Many well-known people came to our city, and many of us went to see or hear them. Ray Charles, the Kingston Trio, and Peter, Paul and Mary attracted the Weejun-wearing set, while Vice-President Lyndon Johnson talked to Democrats, and Reynolds Price, a former Broughton student, published a widely-acclaimed novel. Classic movies came to the Ambassador once a month, and we formed lines a block long to see Pride and Prejudice or David Copperfield. For the first time in several years Broughton had a rival high school, brand new Enloe High, in Raleigh. The Legislature met this year, but in a new home, for this was the Year of the Opening of the Statehouse, a magnificent edifice which produced enough praise and criticism to last the capital city journalists for some time to come. More and more we became aware of the world situation, too . . . The Cuba crisis in October and the tragedy of the Thresher in April awakened new feelings within us as we felt ourselves approaching the responsibilities of adulthood. Of such was the year 1962-1963 . . . a time for us to learn, to seek, and to grow. And now we stop a moment to reflect on our growth, in the LATIPAC 1963. Fore word This year we have chosen time as the theme for our annual. We believe that the reasons for this choice are best expressed in the following selection from The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran: You would measure time the measureless and the immeasurable. You would adjust your conduct and even direct the course of your spirit according to hours and seasons. Of time you would make a stream upon whose bank you would sit and watch its flowing. Yet the timeless in you is aware of life's time- lessness, And knows that yesterday is but today's memory and tomorrow is today's dream. And that that which sings and contemplates in you is still dwelling within the bounds of that first moment which scattered the stars into space. Who among you does not feel that his power to love is boundless? And yet who does not feel that very love, though boundless, encompassed within the centre of his being, and moving not from love thought to love thought, nor from love deeds to other love deeds? And is not time even as love is, undivided and spaceless? But if in your thought you must measure time into seasons, let each season encircle all the other seasons. And let today embrace the past with remem- brance and the future with longing. Reprinted from The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran with permission of the publisher, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. Copy- right 1923 by Kahlil Gibrang renewal Copyright 1951 by Administrators C.T.A. of Kahlil Gibran Estate, and Mary G. Gibran. z1n'm1n1: n:1!1v11Qn9n!nlll1'Ivni! lSuxuxnisx 3 il 1 ll 1 5 1 o : gl I r 1. 1, 3 , f i ' 1 4 ' : 1 1, N ' ' ? alcfminiairalion, page I4 ' p ,-',gf, S 1 ' V' Q fww I .V j.- "" "-'-fU' , f , J V hf, My . I A ,. H. ., rv, ' ,ff mmm H if-41,9 W J' .f.,,T"'gr 1 1 ., 1! 1 Organizations, page 106 1 ,I p l , 1 1 I 1 . I 3 I 1 - +1 2 e i f f E 5 I i H , W f I 1 i f l v I Claues, page 24 geafures, page 178 b I U: 'L , E fy 1 . ' Ml-g. .f"ff. 1 e e- 1 1 T 1 'fi A i ' N' v! 5 , H I , I it-gun I Il L :1 fglffsffi 411 gig, ' I 're 1 -- e ,tix-.-?'lQv"i' 5Uf' v we ,- , , F N545 QFQTQ' fafgi K . ,V -e,W.,,-,.. - Y - 1 mf if - ' f QQ-, , pw.- 1- .... em 4 3 TQ 3 A gi?"l "' V. ,W ,Q ,X v,. Q " is ' U mf' gf V -1 as Q 'eee N at F 'ee 1 154. """i2 4 1 , q Q WX Fi niifih' ' 1 -1' ' 1 1 3 x -f ""7f.E PMT? 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There were the quiet teachers, the violent teachers, the easy teachers, the funny teachers, the young-and-in-love teachers, and that odd brand, the English teachers. And each had his own idiosyncrasies, which we sometimes found annoying but which always lifted the class out of its humdrumness. By the end of the year, Mr. Blakeway had fully convinced us that our ancestors had made a fatal blunder by coming to the colonies . . . Mrs. Peacock always had umpteen things going on at once, and we would sit dumfounded in the midst of it all while she did a scene from Macbeth . . . Mr. Steed and Mr. Broadway always had a kind word for all . . . Mrs. Donavant would smile sweetly and give tests that neither Kildare nor Casey could pass . . . The language teachers would glibly garble some fluent phrases at us and we would sit and stare and wish the bell would ring. From 8:45 to 3:30 we were part of the world of our teachers. And after it was all over, we remembered them with gratefulness for the efforts they made to give us Education. elif MR. JOSEPH Q. HOLLIDAY, Principal 16 Q-1 Q... W"'?1':binnnui' ""'?llh 1 3 3 1 l 1 4 V S NNN MR. WILLIAM W. BLACKBURN Dean of Boys 'tiff' MR. J. WATSON HOLYFIELD, Assistant Principal Mr. Holliday, Mr. Holyiield, Mr. Blackburn, Mrs. Sandling, Mr. Clark, and the secretaries . . . They worked so smoothly that sometimes we hardly realized they were there. Magically, Schedules were made, bulletins 1 1 sent out, transcripts sent off, , absences checked, and school functions If planned. xxx Nxt f .17 iii Their friendliness and helpfulness made the office a pleasant place to go Cusuallyj. ff They patted us on the head and somehow managed to make each student feel special. MRS. LILLIAN SANDLIN Dean of Girls T f't,, . .mv off E?,?ffA.s . f 'M 1 C, . Secretaries: MRS. WICKHAM, MRS. STEPHENSON, MRS. BURNS MR, GARY A, CLARK' Counselor W4 Lila' , A ,gl 4 if 6 4 .. .e, ,' X' Y ,.,, S if Tl u 3. 4. ,Q ,XX o 'N-. xxx I fv- I , 1 If Y A 5 , , 'r. ', r. , ms. .', , , I I 1 I I I ,,, mln 3 K I IIWTTM -if!-QW , ,ww , It f I xxx V ,S "i -H ', V,'.L.,52.I' gp? ff? ' v' 1 n b .. . 'L ' -ar xi' - N A an-M ,...+, V. X Q 'X 1. 51 . Q . BA. nf 1' ' gl I' -4 i I za?" S- A ' K ki x' 4 i j 1 I ffl 1 Y z" U :4"'?" E'-AQg.!.i"l 2 9:23 1 f gg. Mg ff-fig. ,rg ff'---a..!,1'!,..1.. j . f iibfggzgtq ,,i v, f.f,tf?,:rf-v"iti- . Q ,L,.-4-4. .v VP ' T Q 4 1 O' 19 I ., . V ff " , :. ' ' Q., I . 62, 'waz L' Qf Q - ' .Q w!.d':m4Q, ff X ...Q wi :.:,sf1gf, .1 r 5 f 4 1 gl ir 'f gif gf V N c f J S xi. Al al ,Eff Ax as .M 1, .. -7 ,NL .x ,fx ,, ,2,.f,,x,' I 1' wa ..- '. .wfzfvl .' ' aw A 1 '13,-,Q h x ,, ' :Q .1 5. X 2m?5s,e-A f-:af nw- - s-cw: .fmwy?,.f,. aw, - " ,W f WVU? ,, N 1 i ! 'N 0 '95 f .X '. , QW- YN - V . Y .:.,h,.3 . .N ,. f f, X , . . . , . . nn the Q. S ? v 9 Ifyifff 45219 -,Q P - - 1-JAf:f0 .g.'s4i .4 f- f- . -- 4 jwpq 42, ff- -,v j p.: iff-Nix -ff ff s x A i.. , 1 N P 4 ' 1 45 2 A8 7' i ' X aff 3 l ' W ,, I Q ,Lg 3 lar.. F I I SCHOOL BOARD: Seated: Mrs. J. L. Stough, Lewis H. Powell, Jesse O. Sanderson, Mayor W. G. Enloe. Standing: Maurice Thiem, Willie York, Vic Fisher, Fred Carnage. BROUGHTON PTA OFFICERS PRESIDENT Dr. W. W. Austin FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Mrs. John L. Etchells SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Mrs. L. A. Hofmeister RECORDING SECRETARY Mrs. J. S. Whitley CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Mrs. Philip H. Davis TREASURER Mrs. Fred W. London AUDITOR Mr. James A. Allen PARLIAMENTARIAN Mrs. Micou Browne PROGRAM The six programs are planned around school matters of concern and interest to all parents rather than being purely for entertainment. September 17 Let's Get Acquaintedg Know Your Child's School October 8 Parents of Seniors October 22 Parents of Juniors October 29 Parents of Sophomores November 9 College Day Conferences for Parents of Juniors and Seniors January 21 Guidance in Vocational Choices: Mr. Joseph Q. Holliday, Principalg Mr. J. Watson Holyfield, Assistant Principalg Mrs. Lillian Sand- ling, Dean of Girlsg Mr. William W. Blackburn, Dean of Boysg Mr. Gary Clark, Counselor February 18 Founder's Dayg Military Information for Boys and Their Parents April 15 Recognition of Honor Seniors and Art Festival JESSE O. SANDERSON Superintendent of Raleigh City Schools 1 Pi Q '4- H I xx if X 'Y f ,.f I . W.. ,QP Vu' p' 'Qu , A , ,MQ f E-:Si wtgy, LIMS u fel IM KU'l' tl .1 HK A 'V' .ff f 1 1.1 Efgnfi 3 . 1 Classes . . . the substance of our school life. In homeroom we sat bored while the teacher filled out endless piles ' of forms or tried to pep us into Giving. For six periods each day we worked in the bustling quietness of the classroom-a world of pens, pencils, papers, notebooks, brown-backed textbooks, and the smell of chalkdust and heat and newly-mimeographed tests. And then there was one period to call our own-lunch. It was a time to relax, to catch up on the latest gossip, to study fsometimesl, to complain, to argue, to discuss, to laugh, to make dates. The cafeteria itself was composed of gay murals that nobody really looked at and a myriad tangle of chairs, tables, and books. As we went through the line, the maids greeted us cheerfully with "May I help you please?" We learned how to smile at Annie May to get that extra piece of meatloaf, how to figure out if the rolls were hot without buying them, and how to get ten people at a six-chair table funtil they changed the arrangementl. And sometimes we had assemblies to break the monotony of the daily routine . . . Sitting on the backless bleachers was a small price to pay for Watching science demonstrations, band programs, Honor Society inductions, and beauty courts Cand consequently, missing classl. In our classes we learned and developed skills which will always be part of us. We grew as Individuals. f 4 'inf iii-SGYV "ii " Y 'Q -Y 'Y lCTh e passes. K D E E 0 el'll0l'J happier the time, the more quickly it ,D 8 0. .1 Q --ui 'am ' 1 ww-E'1'1 1 , ii? ,, 3 fi l -I K ' 4.7 1' , , 1n'Jz,g5 w. '.1,'fh- 1+-..9+ ' ' ' "'-sink A. ilk Nh 4 TE. , .5 Km' M4 1 ,A ily' 1' h '15, H, Rf:-4f :fu in 4'-'. uv- "' g '+3v f' i' .'f'f"g-A. -X-s ' as x-,rim 'g L'- '-Zfwv fy- A f 1 fkh . -J 91-,ff Q, . af- ,... ,. ,fx . M ff- x ,. A - . . 'Rm- ff, sf-bf A f, V, Qs., vw, M2 ,R hvspi A QV . . A I V y x fi .ffJf"T"! , ,se-1 3, ff Q., Q QQA--My f ' ' .-f A x , ,A -V, . ,r V. V ,f -QFQQQ f . :nm-T9 b ,B ' .S Q W I A2 1 If , ' ".', 1 X N 'A ' 40? . , ,,h, 4x, ,lr 6 .,,Lpg,g" .. ig 3 4 ,lj 'j,, Q 5 5' -V h X g ,V 6 'WJ' ', I ff if f 1 ,M : I K - .f fv i,, f 5 f.. ,, f ug A : s Y X " '-'. X - V W WA xii . Q M , . igigb K., .1A, Ww J6. i, 1 . Vflff S f , tt a I x Y' x, X G 1 , v" X I N I . . .,,I A , I yr: - , If 1 ,A 'E f Wm At last we were seniors . . . We felt that Broughton was truly ours now. Day after day we retraced our well-worn paths from old lockers through the halls to classrooms that now seemed familiar and warm to us. Study no longer seemed such a drudgeryg learning took on new meaning under the guidance of highly skilled teachers whom we come to love and appreciate for their humor, intelligence, and interest in us. Each event took on new significance throughout the year . . . our last football game, our last dance-and our last assembly. How proud we felt as we marched down the aisle in our strange-feeling caps and gowns. We looked around us and really saw-perhaps for the first time-our classmates, some of whom we would never meet again. Next year we'll all be scattered and gone . . . but Broughton will always hold a special place in our hearts. It was here that we first began to develop our hopes and ideals . . . It was here that we first began to find ourselves. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Dick Anderson, Marietta Hardison, Mr. Beenen, Kitty Johnson, Jody Stroud, Kip Ferrell 'win eniors BARBARA JANE AAN "Barbara" Sweetness and quietness go well together. French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 F.T.A. 2, 33 Chorus 2. JOHN ALLAN ACTON "Sandy" Sincere in all he undertakesg always a suc- cess he makes. Homeroom Officer, President 2, 3, 43 School Store 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 33 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Hi-Y 2. 33 Key Club. Treasurer 43 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 43 College Day 43 Career Day Guide 33 Student Advisor 4. PATRICIA CAROL ALLEN "Patsy" She has a pleasant presence. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chair- man 43 Chorus 2. RONALD EDGAR ALLEN "Ronnie" Behind those eyes lies mischief. Spanish Club 2, 3. RICHARD NEAL ANDERSON "Dick" He is of the stuff heroes are made. Student Council Representative 2, 3, 43 Class Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 House and Grounds 2, 3, 43 French Club, Sergeant-at- Arms 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Science Club 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Football Team 2, 3, 43 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Escort 23 Boy's State 33 College Day 43 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. ROBIN DANA ANDREWS "Robin" Still and quiet, but deeper than you think. Homeroom Vice-President 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 33 Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 Track Team 2, 3, 4. NANCY FAYE ARNOLD "Nancy" In her tongue is the law of kindness. Latin Club 23 Jr. Red Cross 33 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 33 College Day 3. VICTORIA LUCIANI ARNOLD "Vicki" She's a tiny little thing with a smile as bright as spring. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Office Assistant 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Career Day 33 Social Studies Club 4. LYNDA MEADE AUSTIN "Lynn" A sunny attitude goes far toward making the world brighter. French Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross, Devotional Chairman 33 Science Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 43 G.A.A. 23 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 3, 43 Student Ad- visor 4. THOMAS FLOYD AUSTIN "Tommy" Cares are an enemy to life. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Industrial Vocational Club 4. H. PAUL AVERETTE, JR. "Paul" Gladness of heart is the life of man. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 Civil De- fense 43 Hi-Y 23 33 Key Club 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 3, 43 Varsity Band 23 Circus Band 3. CONNIE ELAINE BAGGETT "Connie" If silence were golden, she'd be a millionaire. French Club 2, 3. JANIE LEWIS BAILEY "Janie" Full of fun and mischief. Spanish Club 23 Student Advisor 43 Little Theatre 23 Y-Teens 23 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 F.T.A. 4. PAUL BARRY BAILEY "Barry" Be merry if you are wise. College Day 43 Career Day 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. JANICE ROSE BAKER "Janice" Where words are scarce, they're seldom spent in vain. F.B.L.A. 4. xxlu qt, T' rv- fgps .K S3345 A t.. f 6 ' 1 2 . ,fx -' i in '5 ' Q i, tg-ry r L- .4 1' . qi- .., if -'O' ox X 'lu' , --.f .fin -an Wvy ,.., ...le su-fr" ,,, ' A 4 tl 9 ' , 3, 1. i g .. , .X 1 Y 1 - -v ."?b-. Q-' -3-rf-' 'iu. a""lh. ptr ff Jes? ilwwh 1 j "5 'ig 9 'ha Evwx ."NfN if K-W. if , E'-.-'Y me it.,-A L 4 fyiyl- ff -f Vw uni 3 .'i'g, 44,"'z A 'tw A I will W 3 .,,, . I -3-N N 3 3 .. . 195394 Ag M I 1 4' www .A ' fi . Z """' . kr- 5:1 's , r ,Q -- , 'CN 1:7 1' . : 1--'L Jr . 3 I .in-'Q Qu-W-ws --I 'Q' Q' 11: lg V sag.. 7 -nr"""' Qs, '- ,V 'rr' ,mf yr 'W' 'fwdw ws.-f ywk 'Q' 4C"..' WT. 4' FUN- WQV' it - ,- 494 if eniors THOMAS YATES BAKER "Tommy" Great men are those who face life squarely. Homeroom Officer President 2, Vice-President 3, Sergeant at Arms 43 Audio Visual 23 Stu- dent Co-operative 33 Elections 23 House and Grounds 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Manager of J.V. Basketball Team 23 Baseball Team 2, 43 Audio-Visual Club 23 Student Advisor 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Service Club 4. JESSE GRAY BALDWIN, JR. "Gray" I can resist everything except temptation. Homeroom Vice-President 2, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Track Team 2, 33 Social Studies Club 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3. BRENDA JOYCE BALL "Brenda" A cheery smile has she. Homeroom Secretaryy 3, 43 Civil Defense Committee 43 Career Day Guide 33 Social Studies Club 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Treasurer 43 F.B.L.A. 23 Secretary 33 Historian 4. PATRICIA ANNE BALL "Pat" Friends, she has manyg foes has she any? Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Secretary 23 Hi-Times Reppresentative 43 'Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 College Day 33 Student Advisor 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 33 Li- brarian 4. BARBARA ANN BARBOUR "Barbara" She always greets us with a smile. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A,A. 2, 3g F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Offical re- porter 43 F.T.A. 2. HELEN ELSIE BARBOUR "Helen" Quiet and steady, always ready. Thomas Jefferson High School, Richmond, Virginia 23 Office Assistant 23 Sophomore Class Council 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 2, 33 Chorus 23 Red Cross 23 Little Theater 43 Library Club 43 F.T.A. 4. RICHARD SCOTT BARNES "Ricky" Deeds, not words, shall speak for me. Stage Crew Committee 2, 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3, Vice-President 43 Golden Masquers 3, 4. RONALD BARNETTE "Ronnie" Red hair does not al-ways bespeak a fiery temper. MARION PAULA BARROW "Paula" Pretty red hair and friendly eyes. Student Council Alternate 43 French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2. JOYCE L. BARTHOLOMEW "Joyce" Sweet and gentle, good and true, smart, sin- cere, and friendly, too. Homeroom officer, President 43 Student Co- operative Committee 43 French Club 33 Stu- dent Advisor 43 Little Theater 2, 43 Orchestra 2, 3. ROBERT ALONZO BASHFORD "Robert" There are some men who are born to be the best. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Sports Committee Chairman 43 German Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2. ANN ELIZABETH BATTS "Ann" Silence is a friend that never betrays you. KENNETH HARVEY BEAIRD "Ken" He who talks little thinks much. Spanish Club 2, 3. JANICE JEAN BEAVER "Janice" Happy and sensible is she. Latin Club 23 German Club 2. 3, 43 Junior Science Symposium 23 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. MARGARET ANNE BELL "Peggy" How pure of heart and sound of head. Student Council Alternate 2, 33 Student Coun- cil Representative 43 Intramural Sports 43 Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3: Career Day 3. 43 Student Advisor 4: Little Theater 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 23 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Parliamen- tarian 4. Seniors . :Ax 5 ZF' 'E-gi' . 'Ai -vs l Q, Q , '-""' i Q, -, - ,,.., -5 qi . A-5 I , .rx f-26 - 5 61 1 4. A 1' ,gr , ' 7 rv- -. xg- Q, ei. -f 4' N ' l, , , ' ?"4T-wr: . 'T A W ' CJ f"" Nl' Q 4- mfr Q. f"f 3 4 ' W it -W. all 46 L Q is if -ann... f-new 09575 , us if 'UN 1 M i. 'sauna- Q 3 Wx . 5 or .1 59' s---' if Ns.. ,JM ' 'ff 2 xx 'C' f xii tg " 'ggi 'Hr 5 A iff: x ,X 3: xx ...i Q 'lr-rv F ,. STEVEN DURANT BELL "Steve" Not the tallest, not the smallest, but every inch a man. Student Council Representative 23 Class Vice- President 23 Homeroom President 33 Elections Committee 33 Sports Committee 43 Intramural Sports 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior High School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 3, 43 Hi-Y President 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 43 Head Marshall 4. THOMAS WILSON BELTON "Tommy" Be'silent or let thy words be more than silence. DONALD REYES BENNETT "Don" Opportunity for mischief comes a thousand times a day. New Bern High School, New Bern, N. C.3 En- semble3 Chorus3 Marching Band. JACKIE ANN BENNETT "Jackie" A merry light gleams from her eyes. Homeroom vice-president 23 Civil Defense 43 French Club 2, 33 Social Studies Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 43 F.T.A. 2. WILLIAM LOCKHART BENTON, JR. "Lock" Life, happy or unhappy, successful or unsuc- cessful, is extraordinarily interesting. French Club 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2. PHILIP WAYNE BETTS "Philip" A little shyness is no discredit to any man. Varsity Band 2, 3. BETTY TREVA BEVACQUA "Betty" All the world likes a quiet girl. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Little Theater 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Mispah Devo- tional Group 23 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 33 Chorus iGirls'J 2. BARBARA DOLORES BEVILLE "Barbara" A pleasant girl with a pleasant way. Gaffney High School, S. C. 23 Latin Club 23 Junior Red Cross, 23 Little Theatre 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4. MELICK BARTO BLADES "Bebe" A maid of grace. Chorus 2, 3, 43 French Club. JENNY HOPE BLALOCK "Jenny" A quiet, thoughtful, sincere lass. French Club 2, 33 Library Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Future Homemakers of America 2. GEORGE WESLEY BLOUNT "George" A good all-around boyg he likes to work, he likes to play, whenever work's needed, he's on his way. Civil Defense Committee Chariman 43 Con- cessions Commit-tee Chairman 33 Homeroom treasurer 23 Homeroom vice-president 33 Ger- man Club 2, 3, 4, vice-president 2, president 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, chaplain 2, vice-president 33 Science Club 2, 33 Service Club 3, 4, Sergeant- at-Arms 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Presi- dent 43 Career Day 33 Junior Civic Council President 43 Junior High School Orienta- tion 33 Student Advisor 4. JO ANN BLOW "Jo Ann" A light heart lives long. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Science Club 23 Little Theater 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Girls At.hletic Association3 Pineland Jr. College, Salemburg, N. C.3 Secretary of Sci- ence Club 23 Little Theater 23 Spanish Club 2, Devotional Group 2. JOHN CARY BOLT "John" An honest man is respected by all. Student Council Representative 23 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Varsity Band 43 Beanden High School, Knoxville, Tenn. MICHAEL GEORGE BOLUS "Mike" He lives at peace with mankind. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Social Studies Club 4. THOMAS KENNEDY BOOKER "Tommy" He has that which is most uncom'mon-com- mon sense. Homeroom President 2, 33 Elections Commit- tee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, President 2, Vice- President 33 Hi-Y 23 College Day Guide 23 Junior High School Orientation 43 Student Advisor 3, 4. GEORGE ROBERT BOONE "Bobby" A real nice fellow and a true friend. Student Council Representative 35 Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 25 Student Co-Operative 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Junior Red Cross 35 College Day 25 Student Advisor 4. CHARLES EDWARD BORUM "Chuck" The human heart has many hidden treasures. Hi-Times Representative 3, 45 Spanish Club 2. EMMA GERALDINE BOURNE "Gerry" The keynote of life is friendship. French Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Vice-President 45 F.H.A. 3. RAY BRADFORD "Ray" Ever ready for a good time. VIC 4. STEVEN COLE BRADFORD "Steve" Whatever his task, he did it well. Student Cooperative5 German Club 2, 3, 45 Track Team 3, 45 Social Studies Club 2, 3, 4. DONNA FRANCES BRADLEY "Donna" Grace was in all her steps. French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 25 G.A.A. 35 F.B.L.A. 45 F.T.A. 3. GEORGE ALEXANDER BRADLEY "George" He spreads the sunshine of a genial nature. Spanish Club 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 2. REBECCA MARTIN BRADLEY "Becky" The thing that goes the farthest towards making life worthwhile is just a friendly smile. Student Council Representative 25 Homeroom Secretary 3, 45 Social Standards 45 Safety Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 35 Y-Teens 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 All- State Orchestra 2, 3, 45 College Day Guide 35 Junior Civic Council Secretary 45 Student Advisor 3, 45 Snowball Dance Chairman 4. SYLVIA DIANE BRADLEY "Sylvia" She can sing away our cares. Student Council Representative 45 Hi-Times Alternate Representative 35 French Club 35 Y-Teens 45 Ensemble 3, 45 Chorus 25 Or- chestra 25 Oklahoma 3. BETSY ANNE BRADSHAW "Betsy Anne" Grace and dignity bespeak a woman of worth. Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Projects 45 German Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 F.T.A. 35 F.H.A. 25 Chorus 45 Career Day 35 Social Studies Club 3, 45 Stu- dent Advisor 4. KELIN EUGENE BREWER "Gene" Mischief with an understanding heart. Student Council Alternate 35 German Club 25 H1-Y 25 Junior Red Cross 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 35 Social Studies 2, 3, 45 Student Advisor 4. DIANA DEAN BRIDGES "Diana" Cute and sweetg can that be beat? Student Council Alternate 45 Red Cross Rep- resentative 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Speech Club Z, 3, 45 National Forensic League 3, 45 Y-Teens ERVIN PRUITT BRIDGES "Ervin" He is a gentlemang his nature is kind and affable. Traffic Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 25 Football Team 2, 3, 4. MARY CAROLINE BRIGHT "Mary" Her ready help was ever nigh, patience and a pleasant smile. Library 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Service Club 3, 45 Little Theater 25 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Reporter 25 Y-Teens 45 G.A.A. 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 F.H.A. Dance Chairman 4. KATHRYN ALLYSON BRINKLEY "Allyson" A smile for all. , I sb '-.ta -fa: X C I K ' Yf:jT"' 1, My cF 10, 'Nui Ne. 4. . FF K , O x I wa W Seniors 4 1 it , 5 gl 1' " , 'rr aes.. A i -ai Q A, xr f If ff m, 3 E . f .. ak! 5 Qfrw "9" 5 . 5 if-1 K Qi, Y 55" RTW' md' 'GFX -uk, -5 Q f f"Qk wg'-at , Seniors GRADY HAROLD BRITT, JR. "Rusty" He can laugh with the jolliest and work with the busiest. Homeroom officer. Sergeant-at-Arms 3: Presi- dent 43 Elections Committee 43 Maintenance Committee 3: Spanish Club 2. 3. 4, Sergeant- at-Arms 33 Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Service Club 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Little Theater 23 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 2: Monogram Club 4: Football Team, Manager 2, 3, 43 Baseball Team Manager 2. 3. 43 Boy's State 3: College Day 43 A Christmas Carol 23 Student Ad- visor 4 THOMAS INIADISON BRITT "Tom" A 77ll,l'fllT9 of delightful knowledge and good- natttred trzt. Homeroom Vice-President 43 Poster 43 Elec- tions 43 Latin Club 23 German Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Winged Words 43 Swimming Team Manager 3, 4: Baseball Team Manager 3. 43 Social Studies Club 43 Student Advisor 43 Service Club 4. CARL THOMAS BROCK "Tommy" A shy, friendly way he has. ROBERT LEE BROOKS "Robert" A boy well-liked for his good nature and wit. French Club 2, 3, 43 Social Studies Club 3, 4. BARBARA ANN BROWN "Barbara" Kind deeds cost little and accomplish much. Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Secretary 2: Cafeteria Chairman 43 French Club 2. 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Program Chair- man 43 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 4, Vice- President G.A.A. 23 F,T.A. 43 College Day Guide 3, Chairman 43 Career Day Guide 33 Student Advisor 3. 4: Student Council Home- coming Sponsor 43 Service Club 4. PAUL PAISLEY BROWN "Paisley" Give me today and take tomorrow. French Club 3. 4. ELTON EARL BROWND "Buddy" A responsible boy known for his nice dis- position. Audio-Visual 4. JOHN EDWARD BUCHAN "John" It's a pleasure to know him. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 33 Social Studies Club 4. BRENDA FAYE BUFFKIN "Brenda" A nice girl and a good sport. GAA. 43 F,B.L.A. 3. JEAN KAY BULLOCK "Jean" The mildest manner and the gentlest heart. Homeroom President 23 Projects Committee 2.33 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 43 FB L.A. 2. Recording Secretary 3, Vice- President 43 College Day 4. MARY LOU BUNN "Mary Lou" Tirne's silence has more eloquence than speech. Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 23 F.B.L.A. 3. JERRY RONALD BURKE "Jerry" His eyes and temperament shine. Audio-Visual 3. 43 Audio-Visual Club 4, BILLIE ANNETTE BUSBY "Billie" She has a habit of looking on the sunny side of life, Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 43 Span- ish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Devotions Chairman 43 F,T,A. 2, 3, 43 Ensemble Accom- panist 43 Chorus 2 1Girls' Mixed, Accompa- nistl, 3 lMixed. Accompanistn Orchestra 2, 3. Queen of Hearts Entertainment 2, 3. MARTHA ANN BUTLER "Martha" She ufus a phantom of delight when first she gleametl upon my sight. Homeroorn Vice-President 33 Secretary 43 Poster 43 Spanish Club, Secretary 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3. 43 F.H.A. 23 College Day 43 Career Day. Guide 33 Student Advisor 4. PATRICIA SUE CAMPBELL "Patti" Sings like a lark. Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2. 33 F,T.A. 33 Ensemble 3, 43 Chorus 2. Cast of Play Oklahoma 33 Social Studies Club 43 North Carolina Choral Festival 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 2, 4. gucci Q' D' 20" hc' N sv-A 3.7. , f-. Y. sl lla Wi f i' t. . . Q an--I 3-K' 'f PQQW :L iv' if Nt 495 JQ fda 'T vu-...y 4 5 1 ., . iii V., 4, T: ' :tV i.. a:.CT 5 . 1.1--fist-+35 -S vga .. . fiqititf " 3 f24Xxfnl's'.. 5.11.11 tt ,, Y.,T. I -.- Q, CS' 5 .Y YM". v Xt' 'C' '8- -.,,'3', 1 hiv W "wif a'N 205 the 'li Y Qrs., 'Ev-M """.,,,,,,, 'W X 3 . . of .nf w 5 y Q. if . , 4 imluflv 2 'W' ,gr12?Xfsr, 3,2 ii I. 'g Q454' N Wa. ' mm we new all NM,-v Q Q-. r Agpwf-Q nif- yin-4 wa X '1'2S" if w ,-X My 1.5! llycjf. . V fits fl-Y 4-,N fw,.A"'9' .iw il'-1 l.ff"5" f RQ 4 Ga-.-.H eniors ROGER KALYP CANNON "Roger" A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship all the while. Student Council Alternate 3, 43 Class Coun- cil 23 Homeroom Officer, President, 23 Ger- man Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Student Advisor 4. RICHARD VANCE CANTERBURY "Richard' A real good guy in every way. ROBERT GORDON CARSON "Gordon" He profits most who serves the best. Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 2, 3, 43 Service Club 4. SANDRA LYNN CARTWRIGHT "Sandra" A quiet tongue shows a wise head. German Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Mizpal De- votional Group 23 Social Studies Club 2. ELLIS GENE CAYTON "Gene" Mischief danced in his eyes. Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 J.V. Football Team 2. LINDA LEE CELENTANO "Linda" Cooperation indicates fine qualities. Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 2, 43 German Club 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 Latipac Staff 43 Plainfield High School, Plainfield, New Jersey3 Junior Classical League 2. CLAIRE JANE CHAPPELL "Jane" Of witty remarks she has an unlimited store, she's always bubbling over and full of fun galore. Student Council Representative 23 Hospi- tality 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Career Day 33 Student Advisor 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 43 Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 43 F.T.A. 2, 3. KAREN ANN CHILDERS "Karen" A kind heart and a level head. German Club 2, 3, 43 Student Advisor 4. ALAN LAMAR CLARK "Pete" Keen sense, common sense, quite a lot of nonsense. Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 43 Maintenance Committee 33 Traffic Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Captain 33 Student Advisor 4. KIRKLAND WOODRUFF CLARK "Kirk" He's an upright, downright good fellow. Ensemble 43 College Day 43 Career Day 4. ROBERT THOMAS CLARK "Bobby" To have a good time in life is my aim. Little Theater 23 Chorus 2, 4. RUFUS THEODORE COBURN III "Rufus" It is not knowledge but the use of knowl- edge that counts. Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Junior Varsity Football Team 23 Track Team 33 Social Studies Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. HENRY STEWART COCHRAN "Hank" Heis cute, witty, and wiseg an exception of all the guys. Hi-Times Representative 23 Homeroom Of- ficer 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms3 Student Ad- visory Committee 3, 43 Intermural Sports 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Vice- President 2. CLARK COCKERHAM "Chip" A cheerful companion is worth gold. Spanish Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Chorus Vice-President 43 Football Team 3, 43 J.V. gootbsall Team 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Career ay . NORMAN GEORGE COLE "Norman" A mind full of knowledge is a mind that never fails. Executive Council of Student Council 43 Audio-Visual Chairman 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 President 43 Hi-Y 33 Key Club 43 Science Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Career Day.33 Junior Civic Council 43 Audio Visual Club 43 Social Studies Club 43 Junior-High School Orientation 33 Junior Science Sym- posium 33 Student Advisor 3. Seniors 5 nf' 5' :N 34,3 -er' I , v ., 5 -. -1' H 4- xii K , X 't' 5 4' .-' e ., A I f 1., 5 i if- 5' ' it wi . A 0 Za i i wg -fi it N " 5'-. A 1 fx' . 4 W5 - I X , ,L at ..,.., 1 fx. , .N 4 J I, fi WI ly -gvk 1 I 'Jx 'w '4, . Q . X' if , Q '- - 1 -Q' ,f CRX- 1h---- , iP" L 49 ,- ca I ,Q-. Q. :venus 0'- M-ann, W iv' bg S Hx fn K " Mx 1 r JOSEPH EDWARD COLEMAN "Eddie" If worry were the only cause of death, I should never die, Student Council Representative 2, 35 Home Room Officer-Treasurer 2, 35 Maintenance Committee 35 Diversified Occupation 2, 3, 45 gli-Times Staff 25 College Day 35 Career Day REBECCA ANN COLEY "Becky" Her heart and hair were both of gold. Homeroom Officer-Vice-President 25 Hi- Times Representative 35 Student Council Representative 45 German Club 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Cheerleader 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Hi-Times Staff 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 Student Advisor 3. BARBARA FRANCES COLLINS "Barbara" Silence is sweeter than speech. F.B,L.A. 3, 45 F.H.A. 2. SUSAN WELLFORD COLLINS "Susan" A charming maid with a winning smile. Projects Committee 45 French Club 35 Li- brary Club 45 Office Assistant 35 The Graham School-Norfolk, Virginia-Student Council Officerg Latin Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Curtis Tri-Hi-Y. MARY SUE COMPTON "Sue" Pretty, charming, awfully niceg the kind of girl you look at twice. Executive Council of Student Council 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 35 Homeroom Secretary 2, 45 Publicity Chairman 45 Student Cooperative 2, 35 Speech Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Cheerleader 35 Hi-Times Staff 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 College Day Guide 3, 45 Career Day5 Homecoming Committee 45 Student Advisor 45 Homecoming Sponsor for Varsity Foot- ball Team 4. JUDITH DANIELS COOK "Judy" Truth and goodness are but different names for her. Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times-LATIPAC Representative 2, 45 Secretary 35 Library 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Library Club 3, 45 President 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Secretary 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 2, 45 LATIPAC Staff 2, 45 Student Advisor 4. CATHY ANNETTE COOPER "Cathy" Ever in smiles and always friendly. Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Orchestra 4. CARL MARK CORTER "Carl" Good qualities need no advertising. Homeroom Officer5 Treasurer 45 Cafeteria Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Football Team 3, 45 Junior Varsity Football Team 2. SOLON FORREST COTTON "Solon" Quietly he went his way. J.V. Basketball Team fRichlandsJ 2. CHARLES THOMAS COUCH "Charles" What should you do but be merry? Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3. JUDITH CAROL COVERT "Judi" A merry heart does good like a medicine. Student Council Alternate 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 F.H.A. 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 25 College Day 2. MICHAEL BRUCE COVINGTON "Mike" He is one of good sense and good nature. Homeroom Officer 45 Vice-President 4. DIANE FRANCES COX "Diane" A smile goes a long way. French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 45 F.H.A. 35 Ensemble 2, Student Advisor 4. JAMES SHERWOOD COXE "Jimmy" Reason and calm judgment, the qualities of a gentleman. Executive Council of Student Council -45 Homeroom President 35 Elections Commit- tee 45 School Store CChairmanJ 45 German Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y, Vice-President 2, Secre- tary 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Tennis Team 45 Boy's State lCount.y Commissioner! 35 College Day 45 Junior Civic Council.45 Junior High School Orientation 35 Service Club 4. JEAN CHRISTIAN COX "Chris" Men may come and men may go, but not if I can help it. Student Council Alternate Representative .35 F.H.A. 25 Hi-Times Representative 25 Social Studies Club 2, 3, 4. MIRIAM CAROLYN CRABTREE "Sn0okie" She bubbles over with the joy of being alive. Homeroom Officer 43 Hi-Times Representa- tive 43 Cafeteria 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 23 National Forensic League 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Program Chairman 43 G.A.A. 23 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 43 College Day Guide 33 Career Day Guide 3. JOHN PHILIP CRANE "Phil" So little said is soon mended. F.B.L.A. 4. CAROLYN ELAINE CREECH "Carolyn" Happy-go-lucky is her trend. Y-Teens 2, 33 G.A.A. 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Chorus 2. JERRY MARVIN CREECH "Jerry" Every man has his devilish moments. Cary High School 23 Audio-Visual Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Diversified Occupation 3. DAVID MILLER CRENSHAW, JR. "David" To have a friend you must be one. PRISCA CRETTIER "Prisca" The highest of distinction is service to others. Poster Committee 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 German Club 3, 43 Jr. High School Orienta- tion 33 Service Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 3, 43 Winged Words 4. BRENDA JOYCE CRIBB "Brenda" Let gentleness my strong enforcement be. Library Club 43 Y-Teens 4. SANDRA GAIL CROSBY "Sandra" Full of fun and a smile for all. Student Council Representative 23 Home- room Officer, Alternate Hi-Times 43 French Club 2, Secretary 3, Career Day Guide 33 Student Advisor 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.H.A. 33 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 4. PATRICIA ANNE CROUCH "Pat" A pleasant disposition is a valuable pos- session. Poster 43 French Club 2, 33 German Club 23 Y-Teens 23 Majorette 33 College Day 33 Career Day 3. SALLY MARTIN CRUMP ' 'Sa11y" Good manners and soft words have brought her many a friend. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, President 43 School Store 43 French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Career Day 33 Student Advisor 3. CHARLES WESTRUAY CRUTCHFIELD "Charlie" Always jolly and carefreeg life may be dull, but never me. Homeroom Officer 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Audio-Visual 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Audio- Visual Club 2. BARBARA RUTH CUSWORTH "Bobbi" Think before you speak. Cary Senior High, Cary, North Carolina 2, 33 French Club 33 Latin Club 23 Little Theatre 43 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 43 F.T.A. 33 An- nual Staff 33 Career Day 3. JULIANNE DALE "Julianne" A smile for every girl., two for every boy. Student Council Representative 2, 33 Projects 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 43 Y-Teens 23 Student Advisor 43 Chorus 33 College Day 33 Career Day 3. JOHN FREDRICK DANIELSON "Rik" Men of real merit find favor everywhere. Millbrook High School 2, 33 Homeroom Of- ficer, President, 33 Hi-Times Representative 43'Latin Club 2, 33 Speech Club 2, 33 Swim- ming Team 2, 3, 43 College Day 43 Career Day 3, 4. DENNIS BARRIE DAVIS "Dennis" Pm not lazy - I just conserve my energy. Student Council Alternate 23 Chorus 2, 33 Tennis Team, Manager 23 Career Day 3. 71 5+ 1' . .4 2 ' A' 1 Q, 1 fi 5 ft-'fx V.V,.. 3 . Seniors i . - an 3 4 J My F . a 1 ,. 7-H I Q . Qs 4? W' A If ii Q 5: f' 'K ' 61,4 ow-1-2-4 M. 'L 1 912 RFQ' "Qw1.,.' Sb' 6 Qui:-vw ,Www I ff. fy gif: We 453 3 """" I as-as...- MQW 'll' X TN-.....u" ,,., in , 'vu " . " yt, 'VN- nn I W- 1 .' W -- sw lx ...-f Seniors DONALD ARTHUR DAVIS "Don" He is full of fact and fancy. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Sports 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Speech Club 43 National Forensic League 43 Ensemble 3, 43 Chorus 2. 3, 43 Marching Band 23 Varsity Band 23 Monogram Club 3, 43 Football Team, Manager 3: J.V. Football Team, Manager 23 Social Studies Club 3, 4. FRANCES HOLT DAVIS "Frances" Good nature sparkles in her eyes. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Of- ticer. Treasurer 33 Spanish Club. JAY P. DAVIS "Jay" A willing heart and helping hand make him ci friend to the world. Sports Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Student Advisor 43 Service Club 4. LINDA RHODES DAVIS "Linda" Quiet, sincere, and thoroughly likeable. Student Council Alternate 23 Junior Red Cross 33 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 3. OLLIE RAY DAVIS "Ray" He is a fellow we all agree, as nice as a fellow could be. Baseball Team 43 Track Team 43 College Day 4. SUSAN LYNN DAVIS "Lynn" Calm, reserved, and very sweetg always dignified and neat. Library Committee 43 French Club 33 Li- brary Club 3, Secretary 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4. AVIJIT DE "Avijit" I never met a man I didnft like. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Interclub Council Conunit- tee 43 Elections 43 French Club 2, 33 Key Club 43 Junior Civic Council 43 Social Studies Club 2, 3, 4. HOWARD CHACHERE DEAN, JR. "Buddy" Pleasant in disposition and liked by all. Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 J.V. Football Team 2. HUGH PARKER DEAN "Hugh" The practicability demonstrates the livea- bility of life. Student Council Representative 33 Home- room Officer, Vice-President, 23 Elections Committee 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Chorus 33 Track Team 43 Career Day 3. WILLIAM LEE DEATON "Bill" Be silent and safe - silence never betrays you. Cafeteria Committee 23 Assembly Commit- tee 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Diversified Oc- cupation 43 Career Day 3. LINDA DE LA RAMA "Junior" Beautiful black hair offsets even darker eyes. Homeroom Officer, President 23 Civil De- fense 43 Sports 23 French Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WINSTON DENKINS "Bob" A smile for all, a greeting glad, a friendly way he had. GEORGE WASHINGTON DENNING "George" Calmly he treads the pathway of life. French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 4. MARY GLADYS DEWAR "Mary" To friendship she is loyal, faithful, and true. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 Poster 43 GAA. 43 F.B,L.A,, President 43 Jr. Civic Council 4. PENN LINDSEY DIEHL "Penny" A likeable little lass. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Treas- urer 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. 3 Q.- if-P' is 'Sv' v- . 'Ds 5. isa.- is -. ,4.. , .1 'i AD 1 1' 'Ns H. fe -fa. rw- Y" Q 1 "Ti, 1- ' '3 W - 3 3 "tv:-if I'-J RX Q2 Gi' ' Viv' 4-.M 0-uf 'K new ? 4-we .- U HQ- ,., Ln' 5-1 L- 44" i Q' 0' is ' 11: .f- 'ktx 31" i slr? an- "'.X sive, t -my Ks is- X Ee lexical 324 " 'tex is mi- tv' Q q......,..., HLA x 'Q""-'v- 253 .3 ,.. bn 4 Q if ilk is Q y-...KN 415' ilu-up tiff? ""llg,,,,,,, if nu 45 , Seniors WILLIAM CHARLES DODD "Charles" A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. German Club 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 43 Social Studies Club 3, 4. JOHN ALLISON DOERR "John" The man who learns is the man who gains. Homeroom-President 3, 43 School Store 43 German Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Science 43 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, 4. ALICE AVATER DOGGETT "Alice" Nothing is better than a Loyal friend. Library Committee 2, 33 Lost and Found Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Library Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 College Day 43 Career Day 3. DONNA SUE DUKE "Donna Sue" She has the power to live, laugh, and love. Homeroom OHICSFQ Hi-Times Representative 23 Secretary 33 French Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 43 G.A.A. 23 F.T.A. 4. JAMES AUGUSTUS DUKE "Jimmy" And when those brown eyes look down at you, you know he really means it. French Club 33 Hi-Y 23 Track Team 4. WILLIAM C. DUKE "Willie" Fun is relished by the best of us. House and Grounds Committee 43 Symphonic Band 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK JACKSON EASON, JR. "Jack" He lives to learn. French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2. LILYAN ANN EASON "Ann" True to her word, her work, her friends. Student Council alternate representative 23 Cafeteria Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 2, Vice-President 33 President 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 Business Manager 43 Representative 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Junior Civic Council 43 Student Advisor 4. RICHARD STEVEN EASON "Steve" A little workg a little play. Vocational Industrial Club 3, President 43 Diversified Occupation 3, 4. WILLIAM ROSS EASTERLING "Bill" A quiet way, a cheerful smile, a boy who is a friend worthwhile. Homeroom Vice-President 3, Sergeant-at- Arms 43 French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Chorus 33 Vocat.ional Industrial Club 43 Diversified Occupation 4. RICHARD NILLARD EDDINS "Richard" Good-natured, generous, clever. Civil Defense Committee of Student Coun- cil 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Diversified Occupation 4. BRENDA CAROL EDWARDS "Carol" Speech is great, but silence is greater. Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A. 3, 4. TIMOTHY IRVIN EDWARDS "Tim" Men of few words are the best men. Student Council alternate representative 43 Homeroom Officer, President 33 Traffic Com- mittee of Student Council 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 23 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Basketball Team 3, 4. MARY SUSAN ELLINGTON "Mary" She keeps her natures to herself. Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 F.H.A. 23 Junior High School Orientation 2. ALBERT LUTHER ELLIS "Al" Meeting all with a friendly greeting. Student Council Representative 33 Home- roorn, Officer, Treasurer 23 Vice-President 43 Maintenance Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 F.B.L.A. 4. eniors ,uk .--4 ,fo 94 Q4 X Q ' i 'Ri ' , Fx as es- Q- ..-A Q 1'-4 N- ,..-. 'Q are ,- A4 nf? rs QUN 'fvs N-1-an-1 'T in , . 3 fx If uw M D' . .3 X523 ' Aix 'T pm' ivan- 'A lo G ' "-4 . 'sf "Ere i i Q' rr Q53 Y If , 'vs vw " ' iv D' v--rr 1-1 if X. fwfr rv, -, 'X , ,... ' - N ,-.' . 1. - .. f f.A'?:.'l'. .ff . 11" X. - at 3"-13 ' 1- 5' N , . 11-.. ' aff: ' .,.....-.J BARBARA JO ELROD A smile is the trademark of a happy soul. French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 F.T.A. 4. BURTON MARSHALL EMORY "Marshall" A little shyness is no discredit to any man. KAREN SLEIGH ENGARD "Karen" Earnest in all her endeavors. Homeroom Secretary 43 Secretary of I.C.C. 43 Standards Committee 43 Co-Chairman Homecoming Sponsors Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Y-Teens 3, Secre- tary 43 Ensemble 43 Chorus 2, 33 College Day Guide 3. VICKIE LESTER ENNIS "Vickie" Pleasantness and wit strike a happy medium. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 43 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 23 Hi-Times Representative 23 Col- lege Day 33 Career Day 33 Junior Civic Coun- cil 43 Social Studies Club 3, 4. THOMAS SIMS ERWIN "Tom" A man of independent mind. Homecoming 43 French Club 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 33 Wash- ington Senior High School, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Home Room Student Council Repre- sentative 33 Member Editorials Board, News- paper 33 Orchestra 2. MARIAN ESSER "Marian" Her disposition is sweet and gentle. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Ger- man Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross, Projects Chairman 3, Treasurer 4, Homeroom Repre- gergative 3, 43 Library Club 3, 43 F.T.A. JOAN KAY ETCHELLS "Joan" The hand that follows interest will achieve. Intramural Sports Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 23 Speech Club 23 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 43 Ensemble 43 Chorus 3g Orchestra 2, 3, Chorus of Oklahoma 33 Junior Civic Council 4. DONNA ANNE ETHERIDGE "Donna" Smallof statue, but magnetic of personality. Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 23 F.B.L.A. 43 F.T.A. 3. CAROLYN ANN EVANS "Carol" The power of gentleness is irresistible. DOROTHY MARIE FALTER "Dotty" A sweet smile has she. Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 4. RICHARD ELMORE FARMER "Butch" An all around good fellow. Sports Committee 43 Football Team 43 Track Team 33 Great Bridge, Virginia 2, 33 J.V. Football 23 Football 33 Track Team 23 Mono- gram Club 3. ERIC FARNUM "Eric" Smil-ing, always helpful, and kind. Spanish Club 2, 33 Social Studies Club 2, 3. GAYLE EDWIN FARRELL "Gayle" Consideration for others is the first law of good manners. Homeroom Vice-President 43 French Club Vice-President 2, President 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Speech Club 2, 3. Vice-President 43 Boys' State 33 Mrs. McThing cast 33 College Day 1Tabu1ationJ 43 Jr. Civic Council 3. FREDERICK PHILLIP FAY "Phil" He gives to the world the best he has, may the best come back to him. German Club 2, 3, 4. NELLIE JOYCE FERGUSON "Joyce" A quiet, modest disposition describes her. French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 College Day 4. FRANK KIPLING FERRELL "Kip" A man unequal, a sportsman comp!-ete3 a good one to follow, a hard one to beat. Class President 43 Homeroom President 2, 33 Lost and Found 23 Elections 33 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Marshall 2, 33 Football Team 2, 33 J.V. Football Team 23 Queen of Hearts Escort 2, 33 National Honor Society Convention 3. ROSE MARY FINCH "Rose Mary" Let a smile be your umbrella. French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Junior Red Cross 2. WALLACE WILLIAM FINLATOR "Wallace" A character all his own. Homeroom Vice-President 2, 33 German Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Jr. Civic Council 4. LINDA CAROL FISHER "Linda" She walks in grace. Student Council Representative 23 Student Council Alternate 3, 43 Projects Inquiry Com- mittee 43 French 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 2, 3. DUNCAN JAKE FLOYD "Duncan" A happy life must be, to a great extent, a quiet life. Audio Visual 23 Student Co-operative Com- mittee 43 Hi-Y 2. PATRICIA NORDAN FLOYD "Pat" This young lady, we must say, was not con- tent single to stay. Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 23 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 F.T.A. 2. ROBERT BRAXTON FLYE "Robbie" There is no failure for the intelligent and the witty. Spanish Club 2, 33 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN ANNE FLYTHE "Carolyn" A pretty girl of the blonde type, with eyes that shine like stars at night. Homeroom Secretary 2, 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Junior Red Cross 33 College Day 23 Career Day 2. DOROTHY ELAINE FORD "Dorothy" Heart on her lips and soul in her eyes. BRENDA NICHOLS FOX "Bretta" Silence is golden - I'm dead broke. Homeroom Treasurer 23 Student Co-operative 33 Projects 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Career Day 33 Winged Words 2, 33 Y-Teens 23 Hi- Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 Ad- vanced Mixed Chorus 4. JOHN WILLIAM FOXWORTH "Johnny" He makes himself liked by all. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Treasurer 43 Traffic 23 German Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Track Team 3, 43 College Day 43 Career Day 33 Jr. Civic Council 3, 43 Social Studies Club 23 Homecoming Committee 4. EMILY KAYE FRANKLIN "Kaye" To mean to my friends half as much as they mean to me. Homeroom Officer, President 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 President 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Concert Mistress 3, 43 All State Orchestra 2, 3, 4. JAIVIES TROY FRANKLIN, JR. "Jimmy" Kindness and consideration conquer all things. Homeroom President 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Audio-Visual 3, 43 Student Co-operative 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 23 March- ing Band 23 Symphonic Band 23 Audio Visual Club 4, President3 Service Club 43 Inter-Club Council 4. THOMAS AUGUSTUS FRASER III "Tom" Every man is the architect of his own future. French Club 2, 33 Latin Club 23 United Fund Drive 4. DAVID CAMDEN FRAZIER "Cam" He is greeted with pleasure. Student Council Representative 3, 43 Student Council Alternate 23 Elections Committee 43 Traffic Committee 33 Chairman of Programs Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Key Club 43 ghaplain 43 Little Theater 23 J.V. Football eam 2. 'Ls 33, V . .., 3, V if W?" ' ZW rev ,, Ffen 1. s .V .- Seniors Kiwi 3 , .V 4 . as 99,1 wr- T M A, 1,3 -H ' W X tv" "" fha- 'S-.1 bf 15, 5 .Q w e at 3 - 3? 3- 3. X i an-4 1 1 ,,,. fd V ,gx A I V: Y N 3 'MQ' 5 5' we 5 , w ' ,If 'Qt 1 , 9" M'- 'm.....,f 3 ' -fi f .7 'rf' Y. 4 i W., 43, Wt it Q I ' ' l , Ll ic., gx "MQ, ,W .f ., , 1'-F wr' - fs,..,,.. Y. ,WW , '- I F l Qwest 5 it UL-1 ,HN , in fi Win 5-if ' ...U M. 'Iii' ,.:.n., i A ' ting' Y ' J- . .3 I W 3 """ ,wa 'rig' Q Seniors WALTER EUGENE FREEMAN "Gene" A good man is better than riches Hi-Times Representative 2, Hi-Times Alter- nate 35 Student Co-operative Committee 45 Spanish Club 3, Vice-President 45 Chorus 45 Hi-Times Staff 25 LATIPAC Staff 25 Football, J.V. Team 2, Varsity 35 Govemor's Youth Fitness Conference 3. JOY LOREE GARRIS "Joy" She is happy and carefree. Hi-Times Representative 35 Spanish Club 25 Junior Red Cross 25 Play Mrs. McThing 35 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 25 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3, 4. DAVID URY GERSTEL "David" Whoso would be a man must be a noncon- formist. American International School Vienna, Aus- tria, Representative to Council 35 Student Council Representative 45 Honor Code Com- mittee 35 Assembly Committee 35 Student Court Justice and Bailiff 35 Student Council Study Committee 45 Spanish Club Presi- dent 25 Speech Club 25 Stamp Club Presi- dent 3, Year Book 35 Newspaper 35 Basket- ball Team 35 Tennis Team 2. CHARLES EDWARD GILBERT "Eddie" Smiling he lives, and calls life a pleasure. Homeroom Officer, President 2, 35 Lost and Found 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 J.V. Basket- ball Team 2. LINDA GAIL GILLIS "Linda" Ever loyal, ever true, to the task she has to do. Library Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 3, Reporter 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, Song Leader 3, Historian 45 Service Club 4. GEORGE GRAHAM GLASS "George" Earnest, sincere, straightforward is heg a friend to admire he'Ll always be. Homeroom Officer Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Vice- President 45 Maintenance Committee 45 French Club 2, 4, President 35 Science Club 35 Speech Club 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 4, President 45 Boys' Chorus 25 College Day 45 Social Studies Club 3. BARBARA CAROL GLOVER "Carol" A neat appearance is a valuable asset. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Spanish Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Career Day 3. RICHARD FEREBU GODWIN "Richard" Another like him would be hard to find Hi-Times Staff 3. REED THOMAS GOE "Reed" Good nature is the way to all our hearts. Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 4. Sergeant-at-Arms 2, President 45 Student Co-operative Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Hi-Y 25 Little Theater 25 Football Team Manager 45 Narra- tor of Christmas Carol 2. JOSEPH CLANTON GOETTEE "Joe" Silence accomplishes much that words can- not. Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Of- ficer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Speech Club 2. LINDA SUE GOOCH "Linda" Anyone can be good, but it is the privilege of a few to be sweet. Homeroom Vice-President 25 French Club 2, 3, Secretary 25 Latin Club 2, Secretary 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 College Day 2, 3, 45 Career Day 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM NOLAN GOODWIN "Billy" Laugh and live as only youth can. Chorus 25 Diversified Occupation 4. WILLIAM RICHARD GOODWIN "Richard" A friendly, fun-loving, well-liked sportsman. Student Council Representative 2, 35 Stu- dent Co-operative 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Football Team 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 25 Basketball Team 3, 4. LINDSAY M, GOULD "Lindsay" Courtesy wins many friends. Student Altemate 25 Civil Defense Commit- tee 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 French Club 22, 3, 4g Hi-Y 35 Social Studies Club 45 Red ross . WANDA SUSAN GRANT "Susan" As pure in heart as angels are. Hi-Times Representative 3, 45 Cafeteria Com- mittee 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 3, 4, Sgcaetiiry 45 Hi-Times Staff 2, 45 LATIPAC 'fJ"'::- N 5 -. at K ...L-.. rss-Q K 5 -a-gr .. li I9 - 'ls "P ig Q'- ""1'T'r- S"'r'-rf' V--Q fevi' 'TTT' ft' . A ' 4 1 P Ag J fgv., tvs , lG'5 W , xi' dv V ig., 2 Pe I' f NYC ,fi- vim' Vi..- d""' Q- nnngnsg 'H-nw. ill-pe 41'-. JUN if 'ini ' I . . Q ' 4,9 3 9' lx-J iz.-. 3- y' 'arg xl 1 My ,,..,f L ,yr flxf X J KQV' C ,Kuff A-Us . 3 , ., gg-iff ,. , , em., , ,? -. 4 , 2 1 KW WWW M.. ' we . , -- I - 33,3 . 31 L- ':"3.'..,.""..,ii- 'Hi-Q.. NH sav""'ah M93 .ve an sqft G il, 'Zen-a.s .. in ,cvs Seniors JOHNNY GORDON GRAY "Johnny" There's nothing so kingly as kindness and nothing so royal as truth. Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Civil Defense Committee 4. SHIRLEY ANN GRAY "Sherry" Loyal and true to her friends. Poster 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Social Studies Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 G.A.A. 23 F.H.A. 4. DAVID PAUL GREEN "David" None but himself can be his parallel. Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treas- urer 43 Cafeteria Committee 33 Sports Com- mittee 43 French Club 3, 43 Sergeant-atf Arms 43 Hi-Y 33 Tennis Team 2, 3. DONALD S. GREEN "Donnie" Work is the cure for all troubles. Diversified Occupation 3, 4. JOAN ELIZABETH GREEN "Joan" She is smiling ever. Library 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, 4. EDWARD LEON GRESH "Ed" A cheerful countenance turns away gloom. Elections Cornmittee 43 French Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Science Club 3, 4. JULIA ANN GRESHAM "Julia" A gentle heart by gentle deeds is known. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 43 Millbrook High School 23 Chorus 23 Future Homemakers of America 2. VIRGINIA MITCHELL GRIER "Ginger" She is herself the collection of the best things. Executive Council of Student Council 43 Homeroom President 23 Hospitality Commit- tee 33 Chairman of Social Standards 43 Ger- man Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Serv- ice Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4g National Forensic League 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 College Day 3, 43 Co- chairman of Career Day 33 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Jr. Science Symposium 3, 4. CHESTER MALONE GRIFFIN "Chester" Worldly cares bother him not. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. SYLVIA FAYE GRIFFIN "Sylvia" She was born with a gift of ability to draw. Poster Committee 23 Y-Teens 43 Girls' Ath- letic Association 43 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. NANCYE JANE GROGAN "Nancy" I take life as it comes and enjoy. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2. LAURA DUDLEY GROSCH "Laura" She was active, stirring, all fireg could not rest, could not tire. Homeroom Treasurer 33 Chairman Poster Committee 43 French Club 2, 33 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Winged Words Business Manager 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Court Enter- tainment 33 Cast of play Mrs. McThing and Oklahoma 3. BETTY HOLLAND GUNTER "Betty" A sunny disposition gilts the edge of life's blackest clouds. Student Council Representative 43 French gluab 42, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. JANET ELIZABETH GURKIN "Janet" My honor is dearer to me than my life. Homeroom Vice-President 33 Assembly Com- mittee Chairman 43 French Club, Vice-Presi- dent 2, President 33 German Club, Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 Little Theater 23 National Honor Society 3, Secretary 43 Y-Teens 23 Winged Words, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 43 Girls' State 33 National Honor Society Con- vention 33 A Christmas Carol 23 College Day Guide 33 Jr. High School Orientation 3. RONNIE HAGWOOD "Ronnie" Smile and the world smiles with you. Civil Defense 43 Lost and Found 23 Traffic 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. Seniors is-. f' nv Q-as 1 T" It 'SR 33. 3 31 A 'K 55 'N-' ff'-f 'N -Q' ' Q - f-"' in f V , """'s . .skg V K ers. 3 ' ,sf- ..Sa.ysx. 1. ' A1 b ve I 1 ox, if 3 . " X it A L V ,nl 1' 1? K Q. Q In yrs- NN . . ,ix ab 1 x nfs. .,- wg- 4' 1 YN ' C1 'Oi 1' r 3 F A .' ' wind' in ' xi ix . J.: 3 Leb- 1-'f VY! . wht' 9, Fvmxx N X s to 3 , ,,- 'ri it S' " as 1.-. ' ww 'igvm' ff? ' 'Q' G r , 'Q VIVIAN RUTH HAGWOOD "Ruth" Work is the key to the future. Junior Red Cross 23 F.B.L.A. 33 Chorus 23 College Day 43 Career Day 3. RICKY DEE HAMILTON "Rick" A man most fair and square. Junior Red Cross 23 Baseball 2. MARGARET ALICE HANDY "Margaret" Quiet, gentle, and refinedg always thought- ful and very kind. Homeroom Vice-President 23 Homeroom Sec- retary 3, 43 Projects 43 French Club 2, 33 E-Teezns 2, 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 F.H.A. 3, 43 Career ay . MARIETTA HORNER HARDISON "Marietta" A lovely girl weive all admired, whose pleas- ant ways are much desired. Student Council Representative 3, 43 Class Officer, Secretary 43 Homeroom Officer, Sec- retary 23 Publicity 23 Sports 43 French Club, President 33 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 College Day Guide 33 Career Day 33 Jr. High School gfiintiation 33 Student Advisor 3, 43 Service u . VALLIE CORNELIA HARMON "Val1ie" Happiness belongs to those who are content. French Club 33 Latin Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 23 Y-Teens Chairman 43 Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 43 G.A.A. 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 4. MICHAEL PHILLIP HART "Michael" Whenever there is noise and fun, I'll be there. WILLIAM S. HART "Bill" His quietness connotes his pleasantness. Moved to Raleigh in 1959 from Bladenburg, Marylandg Diversified Occupation 3. MARY ARMISTEAD HARTSFIELD "Mary" You have a way both bright and gay. Student Council Alternate 23 Spanish Club 23 Y-Teens 3, 43 F.T.A. 33 Ensemble 43 Chorus 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 3. KEDA FRANCES HARVELL "Keda" Happiness seems made to be shared. DENYSE R. HASKINS "Denyse" A sweeter girl cannot be found. Walter Johnson High School, Bethesda, Mary- land3 Student Council Representative 23 Li- brary Committee 23 Poster Committee 33 Publicity Committee 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Debate Club 33 Science Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 F.H.A. 2. BARBARA AMELIA HASSELL "Barbara" Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Mizpah Devot.ional Group 43 F.T.A. 2. MICHAEL WILLIAM HASWELL "Mike" How rich is he who has patience. Red Cross Representative 23 French Club 23 Social Studies Club 33 Junior Red Cross 33 F.B.L.A. 4. ROBERT BURNHAM HAWKINS "Bob" A shy smile hinting his hidden treasure. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Baseball Team 23 Career Day 2. JANIE SUE HAYES "Janie" A willing heart, a helping hand, always ready on demand. Homeroom Treasurer 43 Y-Teems 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 43 F.H.A. 2, 33 Winged Words 23 Hi-Times Staff 33 LATIPAC Staff 33 Mimeo- graph Assistant 43 Service Club 4. MARSHA LYNNE HAYES "Marsha" And she was ere a merry lass. Roseboro 23 Latin Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Beta Club 2, 33 F.H.A. 23 Cheerleader 23 Ensemble 23 Chorus 2, 33 Cary 3. FRANCES DOCKERY HAYWOOD "Frances" The rare gift of always being herself. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Hi- Times Representative 2, 33 Social Standards 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 Girls Chorus 33 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 Career Day 33 Student Advisor 4. MARTHA LYNN HAYWOOD "Martha" Activity is the only road to knowledge. Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Little Theater 33 Golden Masquers 3, 43 National Forensic League 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 4, Vice-President 43 Chorus 23 Winged Words 3, 43 Cast of The Terrible Meek 2. JANE ALEXANDER HELMS "Jane" Enthusiasm moves the world. Student Council Alternate 33 Hi-Times Rep- resentative 2, 43 Cafeteria 23 Publicity 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 33 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 23 College Day 33 Career Day 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. KENNETH HAROLD HELSER "Ken" Mischievous eyes reveal a carefree dis- position. Poster Committee 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice- President 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Sym- phonic Band 2, 3, 4, Circus Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 4. JANET TAYLOR HENDERSON "Janet" With sincere heart and quiet way, she winds her way from day to day. MACK PLUMMER HENDRICKS, JR. "Mack" As jun-loving as a jester in a court. "Char1ie" CHARLIE EVERETTE HEPLER A tall body leaves room for a gigantic heart. Poster Committee 33 Library Club 43 Chorus 23 Track Team 2, 3. MILDRED ANN HESTER "Mildred" Quietness and sweetness are prize pos- sessions. WILLIAM F. HESTER 'tBill" An earnest worker whose reward should be the best. Homeroom Officer President 33 Sergeant-at- Arms 43 Maintenance 33 House and Grounds 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Science Club 3, 43 Football Team Manager 3, 43 Boys' State 43 College Day 4. LINDA ELLEN HICKS "Linda" She has that noble qual-ityg reserve. Homeroom Treasurer 23 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 43 Li- brary Club 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 33 Chorus iGirls'J 2. NANCY GAIL HICKS "Nancy" The joy of youth and health her eyes dis- played, and ease of heart her every look conveyed. Student Council Representative 2, 3, 43 School Store 43 Standards 33 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 National Forensic League 33 Y-Teens 3, 4, Secretary 43 G.A.A. 23 Mizpah Devotional Group 33 F.T.A. 43 College Day 3, Guide 33 Career Day 33 Junior Civic Coun- c1l 43 Jr. High School Orientation 3. WILLIAM WORLEY HIGH "Billy" Athletic, good-natured, and lots of fun. Homeroom Sergeant-at.-Arms 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 H1-Y 43 Chorus 2, 4, President 43 Monogram Club 2. 3, 43 Football Team 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 43 Track Team 23 Golf Team 4. BILLIE HILL What is to be, will be, so why worry? THILLMAN NEAL HINTON "Neal" His nature is ever pleasant. Spanish Club 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band 2, 3, JANE ELIZABETH HODGE "Jane" Deep in her heart joy seems to dwell. Library Club 2, 3, 4. if 391- . A -41' is 1 A., 'SAM fr H' Rx , V' 5' I j32i,f., 41. 3 ""' "'j'..f-. ' sy . ,J , I , , .3 tfetgaiiiyazf , ,fgga X if' MM, I, I, ax, la. ta 5 W hr' i k X-' 2 ff 3 3 sr ,mm if. fl. l qv- , Q' ,Naya Nur' i -,., uf WSIS, mm ft .75 -" g, '-my " f Q VX- V Seniors ' " M' f Q X . Y ' Us -y 'Z' v 4' 'S " 1. ,1-- L, ak' 3 ttf-deff' Ulm 'Wm ,M ,. Mix 'iris gh 'abr' ,H-M , if g,fi,,,. . E, A Q, .S 3 ,- 'of-pw, a'q,,,,.. fm? 1'9" wfugfkw 14' yi 535, ge gg' 'urs ...I 16 no-...ex Seniors BRUCE FREDERICK HOFFMANN "Bruce" Where the willingness is great, the dif- ficulties can easily be overcome. Executive Council of Student Council 43 Hi- Times 33 Maintenance Chairman 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 33 Mizpah Devotional Group 23 Service Club 4. STANLEY IRVING HOFMEISTER "Stanley" A gem in the ranks of men: athlete, leader, and friend. Executive Council of Student Countil 43 Homeroom Officer3 Student Co-operative 2, 3, Chairman 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Marshall 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Foot- ball Team 2, 3, 43 Track Team 23 Boys' State 43 Career Day 33 Junior High School Orien- tation 33 Service Club 4. LOCKE HOLLAND, JR. "Locke" Here is he who can do all things well. Student Council Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 43 Class officer, President 23 Standards Committee 2, 33 German Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Key Club 3. 43 Service Club 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Tennis Team 23 Junior Civic Council 3, 43 Junior High School Orientation 3. ILA MAE HOLLEY "lla Mae" A quiet, unassuming girl is she. Junior Red Cross 2, 33 F.H.A. 4. DOROTHY LOCKWOOD HOLOMAN "Dorothy" A soul as light as heaven. Hi-Times Alternate 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Chorus 2, 3, 43 French Club 3. CONSTANCE ALLYSON HOLT "Connie" My life is to live. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. RANDALL LEIGH HOLT "Randy" An individual character is long to be re- membered. Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Secretary 2, Treas- urer 33 French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 43 Little Theater 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Inter- Club Council 33 F.T.A. 2, 33 F.H.A. 2, 3. ANTHONY OGBURN HONEYCUTT "Anthony" Hard work is the best investment a man can make. Homeroom President 43 Audio-Visual 33 House and Grounds Committee 43 Traffic Committee 33 Ensemble 3, 43 Chorus 23 Marching Band 2, Symphonic Band 23 Varsity Band 3, Circus Band 23 Orchestra 23 Okla- homa 33 College Day 33 Career Day 33 All- State Orchestra 23 All-State Band 23 Music Festival 33 Service Club 4. GWENDOLYN ANN HONEYCUTT "Gwen" The smallest effort is not lost. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 4. MARY FRANCES HONEYCUTT "Mary" My youth is full of pleasure. Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 23 F.H.A. 2. SANDRA KAY HONEYCUTT "Sandy" She is most gentle hearted. Homeroom Devotional Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 F.H A. 43 Career Day Guide 3. JOHN KIRBY HOPKINS "Johnny" He has the knack of winning friends. Homeroom Vice-President 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 President 33 Hi-Y 43 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 43 Orchestra 43 Football Team 3, 43 J.V. Foot- ball Team 2, 33 Track Team 3, 43 College Day 4. GARY C. HORNADAY "Gary" Nothing is more useful than silence. F.B.L.A., 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Varsity Band 2, 3. DENA HORTON A helping heart is worth gold. Library Club 2, 43 Y-Teens 2. 43 F.F.L.A. 43 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 2. MARY ELLA HORTON "Mary Ella" Time's silence has more eloquence than speech. Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 43 F.B.L.A. 43 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 4. '11 Q. OCS i is ,df I 1? -M s 4- .6 3-4 -x 42'-"X , -Ov' if 403 ins 59x as-ll?ll,s2sl.ex 3, 'sw i ,- ... -- Qi iv x ww--"' as X 'Ji 'iv ., N -1':"'f' ini- Q' 7 ' ' If 2' ...W -C' ,gf 4 . 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JANE ANN HOWARD "Jane Ann" Her air has a meaning, her movement a graceg you turn from the fairest to gaze on her face. Hi-Times Representative 23 Treasurer of Homeroom 33 Secretary of Homeroom 43 Treasurer of Spanish Club 23 Y-Teens 43 College Day 33 Career Day 33 Student Ad- viser 4. ROBERT EARL HOWARD "Robert" A man with an abundance of friends and good qualities. Homeroom Officer 2, 3, President 23 Sergeant- at-Arms 33 Intramural Sports 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Career Day 33 Junior Civic Council 33 Social Studies Club 33 Student Advisor 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 43 His- torian. JOYCE DEAN HOWELL "Joyce" Small, modest, loveable, sweetg a nicer girl you'll never meet. Executive Council of Student Council 43 Li- brary Committee 2, 3, 43 Chairman 43 French Club 2, 33 President 23 Secretary 33 Service Club 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary 23 Vice-President 33 Tarheel Binder Staff-Li- brary 3, 43 Jr. Civic Council 4. SHANG-HWANG HSIUNG "Buka" He has a mighty pleasant way with him. German Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM KARL HUBE "Willie" Ambition and self-confidence signify success. Executive Council of Student Council 4, Sergeant-at-Arms3 Student Council Repre- sentative 2, 33 Class Officer 3, Vice-Presi- dent3 Homeroom Officer 2, Vice-President3 Inter-Club Council 33 Elections Chairman 43 Standards Committee 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Key Club 43 Service Club 3, 43 Ensemble 43 Chorus 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Basketball 43 J.V. Basketball 23 Baseball 23 Track 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Stu- dent Advisor 3. CECILY DORIS HUDSON We don't know her well, but what we know we like. lzaibgary Assistant3 Springfield High School JUDY CAROL HUFFMAN "Judy" None lives so gaily, Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 43 College Day 4. NANCY KATHRYN HUGHES "Kay" I nevez saw a sweeter girl or one of greater wort . Student Council Representative 43 Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Secretary 23 Poster Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, Secretary 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 33 National Forensic League 2, 33 Y-Teens 23 College Day 33 Jr. Civic Council 33 Service Club 4. JOSEPH EDWARD HUMMEL "Joe" A mind unafraid to travel. CAROLYN MARIE HUMPHREY "Carolyn" A smile for all and' a greeting glad, an admirably joyful way she had. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Of- ficer 2, Vice-President 33 Hospitality Com- mittee 43 Intramural Sports 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 23 Mizpah De- votional Club 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 33 Chorus 23 College Day 33 Career Day 33 Student Ad- visor 3, 4. JAMES EDWARD HUMPHREY "Jimmy" Silence is as deep as eternity. Intramural 23 Vocational Industrial Club 3, 4. DANIEL DALE HUNSUCKER "Dale" A friend to all who know him. Sergeant-at-Arms of Spanish Club 23 Treas- urer of Spanish Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Baxld 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, . STEPHANIE ROGERS HUNTER "Stephanie" Not much talk - a great, sweet silence. Hi-Times Representative 3, 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 3, 4. DOROTHY FINLATOR INGRAM "Dottie" 4 Quiet but industrious German Club 2. 3, 43 Social Studies Club 3, 43' Little Theater 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 E'.B.LA. 43 F.H.A. 2, 33 Orchestra 23 Winged Words 43 Hi-Times Staff 33 LATIPAC Staff 3 MYRTIE LEE INSCORE "Myrtie" A pleasant smile, a disposition gentle and mild. Office Assistant 3, 4. MARY JO JACKSON "Mary Jo" Round her eyes her tresses fellg which were darker, none could tell. Pensacola High School, Pensacola, Florida 2, 33 French Club 3, 43 Beta Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 43 Scribbler 33 Hi-Times Staff 33 College Night 33 Tumbling Club 3. HERBERT WALTER JACKSON "Herb" Wisdom he hasg and add to his wisdom humor and talent. Homeroom Treasurer 3, President. 43 Assem- bly 43 Projects 23 Spanish Club President 2, Vice-President 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Ensemble 3, 4, Presidentg Chorus 23 Winged Words 33 Boys' State 33 Oklahoma Cast 33 Homecoming Chairman 4. NANCY KARAN JACOBS "Nancy" Merry, have fung like all, lo-ve one. Homeroom Vice-President3 School Store 23 Projects 33 French Club President 2, Secre- tary 33 Speech Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Of- fice Assistant 33 F.H.A.3 Career Day 33 Stu- dent Advisor 4. LUCY BALDWIN JAMES "Lucy" It's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends. French Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 33 LATIPAC Staff 33 College Day 3. HARRIET OSBORNE JEFFRESS "Harriet" The smile on her face is but a reflection of the feeling in her heart. Student Council Representative 43 French Club Treasurer 33 French Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Winged Words 33 Ili-Times Staff 2, 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, . LINDA FAYE JEFFREYS "Linda" A quiet and gentle manner. Y-Teens 23 F.H.A. 23 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 LATIPAC Representative 4. ROBERT HENDERSON JEFFREYS "Bobby" Life is too short to worry. Audio Visual Committee 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 3, 4. JUDY GENE JEFFRIES "Judy" Sometimes witty, often bright, always treats her friends just right. Library. Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Y-Teen Inter- Club Council 33 Career Day 3. JANET NICHOLSON JENKINS "Jenkie" She spoke, and into every heart her words carried new strength and courage. Homeroom Officer, President 2, 33 Stage Crew 23 House and Grounds Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 Winged Words 2, 3, 43 Student Advisor 4. GARY FOREST JESSUP "Gary" He stars as an athlete and a friend. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Football, J.V. 23 Varsity 3, 43 Spanish Club, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Vice-President 4. BARBARA LOUISE JOHNSON "Bobbie" The sunlight is mirrored in her hair. grencsh Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 23 Career ay . CAROLYN ELIZABETH JOHNSON "Carolyn" A girl with charm and smiling faceg friendly, outgoing, possessed of grace. Student Council Alternate 43 National Foren- sic League 43 Y-Teens 43 Central High School, Pennington, New Jersey: National Fo- rensic League 23 Service Club 23 Student Council Representative 2. ELIZABETH RHETTA JOHNSON "Rhetta" She greets each day with a smile. French Club 3, 43 Chorus 33 Wallace-Rose Hill High School 23 F.H.A. 2, Pianist 23 Girl's Varsity Basketball 23 Girl's Mono- gram Club 2. KATHERINE AMELIA JOHNSON "Kitty" Sweet thoughts are mirrored in her face. Student Council Representative 33 Class Of- ficer, Secretary 3, Treasurer 43 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 3, 43 Spanish Club, Secre- tary 2, President 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 4, Treasurer 23 F.T.A. 3, 43 Mar- shall 23 College Day 33 Career Day 33 Social Studies Club 3, 4. PATRICIA GAYLE JOHNSON "Peegee" She is gentle that does gentle deeds. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 43 F.B.L.A. 3. PAULA ANN JOHNSON "Paula" Silence is sweeter than speech. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 4. PETER HORROCKS JOHNSON "Peter" There never was a saint with red hair. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 23 French Club 2, 33 Winged Words 2, 33 Swimming Team 3, 43 Junior Civic Council 2. SANDRA KAY JOHNSON "Sandra" A merry heart goes all the day. Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A. 4. JEFFERSON SEARS JOHNSTON "Jeff" The joyfulness of a man prolongs his days. Homeroom Officer Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4. ALGIA LYNN JONES "A1gia" Full of fun and fancy free3 if you want a good time, then come along with me. Forest Hills Wingate: Library 23 School Store 23 F.N.A. 23 Cheerleader 23 Broughton: Homeroom Secretary 33 German Club 33 Library Club 43 Ensemble 4. DANNY LUTHER JONES "Danny" A good word and a smile for all. Chorus 4. LINDA LOUISE JONES "Linda" She is not forward, but sweet, modest, and patient in disposition. French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 43 F.F.A. 23 Orchestra 2. ELOISE MARJORIE JONES "Margie" Let not your heart be troubled. Spanish Club 3, 43 Library Club 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 43 Winged Words 43 Career Guide 3. SHERWOOD LAWRENCE JONES "Larry" Industrious, friendly, cute and fun, he is tops with everyone. Hi-Times Representative 2, 33 French Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, Drum Major 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 43 Orchestra 43 Cast of A Christmas Carol 23 Band Representative 2, 3, 43 All-State Band 4. MARGARET MAE JOURNIGAN "Maggie" What's life without some fun? National Forensic League 43 Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A. 43 F.F.A. 43 Pleasant Hill High School, Pleasant Hill, California3 Cafeteria Staff3 Student Council Alternate: Brunch Committee. JERRY MILTON JOYNER "Jerry" With knowledge and quietness one may con- quer the world. Latin Club 23 J.V. Football Team 33 Base- ball Team 33 Hi-Y 33 Monogram Club 23 Football 4. RICHARD ROLAND JUBY "Dick" A good disposition is more valuable than gold. Homeroom Treasurer 43 Staunton, Va. 2, 33 Secretary of Student, Body 2, 33 Swimming 2, 33 Football 2, 33 Final Ball Committee 2, 33 Officer in the Roller Rifles 2, 33 Letter Club 2, 33 Officer of the Corps 2, 3. DIXIE EILEEN JURNEY "Dixie" A good disposition is the foundation of her happiness. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. 23 Social Studies Club 3. BARBARA ANN KAHDY "Bobbie" A vivacious little brunette who thinks for herself. Homeroom Vice-President 2, Sergeant.-ab Arms '33 Hospitality Committee 23 Sports Committee-33 German Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Marshall 43 College Day 23 Career Day 33 Junior Civic Council 3, 43 Publicity Chairman3 Junior High School Orientation 3. , ff. ,pv- Ya. Nv- 'q"' 'V' Seniors ,533 fm we at if 3:1 'Q Vw ,-.fi -32,2 ., ..,- fu, fb .ps "1 , N' 1 f 'ws ' x. n 'lit f , " is Q? - f ir" - ggifg' ir 'i J WP' V fff iii, f .an-fr'--4, s.Kg ws- N . 'W22.I'.:r Sl' 'Y' at fsxma "ck uct -3 'V .3 wg . , . ik YN 'MLLY 'inn N. 49... W .. Wit'-Sw the-A 'rw Qw- in Seniors ANN TERRY KAUFMAN "Ann" .4 good student and a good friend. Homeroom Officer 43 Treasurer 43 Lost and Found Committee 43 French Club 3, 4: Grims- ley High School. Greensboro. North Carolina 2, Concert Band 23 Latin Club 2. GEORGIA ANN KENNEDY "Ann" Her abundance of good humor is always welcome. Memo Assistant. LEROY PARKER KENNEDY "Parker" Beware, I may do something sensational yet. JANE GRAY KENYON "Janie" A sweet one is she, ,full of love, ambition, and ability. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Of- ficer 23 Hi-Times Representative 23 School Store Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Secretary 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 2, 33 F.H.A. 23 Junior Civic Council 4. ANN TERRY KINCHELOE "Terry" A pocket full of sunshine is worth more than gold. Student Council Representative 43 Student Council Alternate 33 Lost and Found Com- mittee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 33 National Honor Society 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 College Day Guide 33 Social Studies Club 3, 4. DAVID MICHAEL KING "Michael" A little mischief in his laugh. Varsity Band 23 Diversified Occupation 43 Golf Team 2. PHILIP AUSTIN KING "Philip" Thoughts are mightier than the strength of man. German Club 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Varsity Band 2. MARY SUSAN KIRK "Mary Susan" She combines intelligence with charm. Executive Council of Student Council 43 Stu- dent Council Representative 2, 33 Lost and Found Committee 3, 43 Chairman 43 Ger- man 2, 3, 43 Secretary 23 Vice-President 33 Vice-President 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 National Forsenic League 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 33 Accompanist 2, 33 National Honor Society Convention 33 College Day 3, 43 Career Day 33 Junior High School Orientation 33 Stu- dent Advisor 3, 4. CLARK HARRISON KIRKMAN "Harry" Nice and tall, neat and slim, if anyone suc- ceeds, it'll surely be him. German Club 3, 43 Key Club 43 Little Theater 43 Marching Band 3, 43 Symphonic Band 3, 43 Marion High School 23 Home- room Vice-President, Latin Club3 Key Club3 Speech Club3 Marching Band3 Symphonic Band3 Dieseler Band3 Art Club3 Chess Club Spanish Club, iff? Director, Stage GLENDA LEE A combination satile talents. Crew. KLINGMAN "Glenda" of excellent traits and ver- Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 Y-Teens 23 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 3, Secretary 43 Majorette 2, 3, Head 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 College Day 43 Career Day 3. BARBARA ANN KNIGHT "Barbara" Refreshing as a day in early spring. Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Of- ficer 3, 43 Vice-President 33 Secretary 43 Poster Committee 2, 33 Student Co-operative 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 23 Secretary 43 Latin Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Program Committee 43 Y-Teen Inter-Club Counczil 43 Publicity 43 College Day 33 Career Day . JOHN CHAPIN KOOMEN "Scotty" I am as I am and so will I be. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, Vice-Presi- dent 43 Lost and Found Committee 43 Elec- tions Committee 33 French Club 43 Latin Club 23 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 23 Winged Words 43 Jr. Civic Council 3. STEVE RENE LABAT "Steve" Li,fe's a. pleasant institutiong take it as it co-mes. Homeroom Officer, President 23 Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Little Theater 23 Speech Club 33 F.B.L.A. 4. JOHN WALLACE LAMBERT "John" Such individuality cannot be copied. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 43 German Club 2, 3, Secretary 43 Hi-Y 23 Ensemble, Vice-President 43 Boys' State 33 Jr. High School Orientation 3. JOHN WESLEY LAMBERT, JR. "Johnny" Do as you would be done by is the surest method of pleasing. Homeroom Officer, President 2, Sergeant-at- Arms 3, Treasurer 43 Projects Committee 33 French Club 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4. 4Q l.v"""'Yv tw, .su-ff 'QM 'fist ' 1-. -4-1 fs. ABN - ,Y ap- I 'Q '-i"""' Q., 4.45. it' 1- gaun- YL..-if . 3. T4 f 8 5 , i .. , , . , I , -5-5 ' .., 3 f-f. nn" , 35 A A v Q 4 'f '-X' 'vt .. f-we Y , x K Q 1' say - if X 'Q:M...,- A' ,aug iff' WG-1 '. Q f 5 4 I . f 5, .. .X .? l 2 . X , R I 3 if Q . ez E' vw if 5 E, 5' JW 43' it ,, he -4"""'7' my W rw fl fin-f 4""""'x bf 371. A6 Winn-p. 2-up "'lw-ggi' vu ,,,pw ,- ae. I e ,. Z 'Wig ' 'B' ii. -rv Seniors ROBERT LAWRENCE LAMBERT "Bobby" A genial disposition brings its own reward. French Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Varsity Band 2, 35 J.V. Football Team 25 Baseball Team 3, 4. JAMES BRANTLEY LAMBETH "James" Frowning useldom, smiling everg making friends is his endeavor. Homeroom Treasurer 35 German Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH SAMUEL LANCASTER "Sammy" I'm always content with what happens. Audio-Visual Committee 25 Spanish Club 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 4. CHERYL LYNN LAURSEN "Cheryl Modest, true, and neat5 friendly, fair, and petite. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Secretary 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Career Day 3. CAROL RUTH LAWSON "Carol" Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself. Homeroom Secretary 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Latin 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A.5 Girls' and Mixed Chorus 2, 35 College Day 4. JUDY CAROL LEE "Judy" She has a voice of gladness. Spanish Club 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 F.T.A. 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. JEAN BURKE LEFORT "Jean" Gentle in her manner and fair to look upon. Student Council Representative 45 Student Council Alternate 35 Projects Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Career Day 3. JERRY WAYNE LEONARD "Jerry" A friend to all and that a generous soulg in life he'll play a noble role. Executive Council of Student Council 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 25 Class Of- ficer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Homeroom Presi- dent 35 Intramural Sports Committee 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chairman 45 French Club 2, Vice-President5 Marshal 45 College Day 35 Career Day 3. LINDA CHARLENE LEWIS "Linda" Her heart is like the moon, there's a man in it. Library Committee 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Secretary 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Lit.tle Theater 45 Library Club 35 Treasurer 25 Y-Teens 45 F.T.A. 35 F.H.A. Secretary 25 Cary Senior High School, Cary, N. C. 2, 3. TOLA ETHRIDGE LEWIS "Toby" Still waters run deep. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Spanish Club 2, 3. MICHAEL ALEXANDER LIENAU "Mickey" Gay, outspoken, fond of play. Student. Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Of- ficer, Vice-President 35 German Club 2, 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 25 Baseball Team 2, 3, 45 Sareer3Day 35 Junior Red Cross 45 Football eam . ROBERT MOORE LILES "Robert" A handsome boy, a witty boy, a boy so full of fung a brainy boy, a carefree boy, a thousand boys in one. Executive Council of St.udent Council 45 Stu- dent Council Representative 35 Class Coun- cil 35 Class President 35 Inter-Club Council 35 Cafeteria Committee 25 Civil Defense 35 House and Grounds Chairman 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, Presi- dent 25 Key Club, Vice-President 45 Marshal 45 Track Team 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Career Day 35 Junior High School Orientation 35 Student Advisor 4. GEORGE VAN BURON LLOYD "Van" He is no foe to any man. Spanish Club 25 Audio-Visual Club 35 Junior Red Cross 25 F.B.L.A. 4. KENNETH REDMAN LLOYD "Kenny" Not the noisy type, we must admit. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Qugio-Visual Committee 2, 45 French Club VIRGIL VAN LONBERGER "Van" Let .thyh speech be short, comprehending much in few words. French Club 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 3, 4. eniors 0' 1. r, ":.. AL Q ii . C 1 H., A N X I Qu-vffl .fp- gy'- ,vx-. sq -qx ' an-- Q out Q 1214+ i ts 3 Wt wg, ij Q", 1 """" W- Q. , 1""" is .. N, 3 wx .Y , fi " Q : sv- -s '21 ff 0 - "9- K 'vp I v f' V '23, . A 'fa if 0 3' -f-'Q 'JR is. Q-. 171 df'- in . 235 'Q in-'I i5 Qin yn I ll MF" FRED WILLIAM LONDON "Freddie" A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the wisest men. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Of- ficer, Vice-President 23 School Store Com- mittee 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Career Day 3. RODNEY ALTON LORBACHER "Rodney" I make the most of all that comes and the least of all that goes. Hi-Times Representative 33 Homeroom Of- ficer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Audio-Visual 23 Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. JUDY LILLIAN LOVE "Judy" She came a stranger and remained a friend. Student Council Representative 23 Spanish Club 43 Y-Teens 43 F.T.A. 33 F.H.A. 2, 33 Shelby High School, Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2. IRVIN ST. JOHN LUCAS "Irvin" A man after one's own heart. German Club 2, 3, 4. ANNE ELIZABETH LYNCH "Anne" Her very fingers have music in them as they run across the keys. Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2. FRANCES ,MARIE LYNCH "Fran" She has a heart with room for everyone. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 F.T.A. 43 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. FRANCES MARIE MACON "Frances" Enjoy yourself while you mayg tomorrow is another day. German Club 2, 3, 43 Library C1ub3 Radio Club 3. LYNN GRAY MADDRY "Gray" The mildest manner and the gentlest dis- position. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Social:Studies Club 3, 4. EDITH JAYNE MANN "Jayne" A tiny bundle of everything nice. Homeroom Officer 33 School Store 33 French Club 2, 33 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 43 Chorus 2, 43 Career Day 3. MARGARET EMILY MANN "Emily" Studious with an eye on the future. French Club 23 Latin Club 43 F.T.A. 23 Strat- ford Hall 33 Junior Classical League 33 Cotil- lion Club 33 Christian Association 3. SUSAN LOUISE MANN "Susan" Beauty such as this has many charms. Poster Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Col- lege Day 33 Career Day 33 Junior Red Cross 33 Little Theater 43 Y-Teens 33 G.A.A. 43 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 43 Winged Words 4. FRANCINE MAE MARDARELLO "Francine" Her music has charm, but her personality more. Student Council Alternate 43 French Club 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 3, 43 Chorus 23 Gertie - Oklahoma 33 Career Day 3. LYDIA MARIE MARKHAM "Lydia" Silence is more eloquent than words. SCHAPPI MARSH "Schappi" Many are our joys in youth. German Club 2, 33 Science 43 Social Studies Club 4. BRENDA CAROLE MARSHALL "Brenda" There is something soothing in quietness. College Day 43 Career Day 33 Red Cross 2, 33 Chorus 2. EDWARD LAMAR MARTIN, JR. "Ted" He serves and is ever helpful. Stage Crew 23 J.V. Football Team 2. JANET LOUISE MASON "Janet" Nothing is so strong as gentleness. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 4. GLENN RAY MATTHEWS "Gle nn" His good nature and friendliness make him well-l-iked. Audio-Visual 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 23 Diversi- fied Occupation 4g Audio-Visual Club 2. NANZA BRICE McBRAYER "Nanza" Full of laughter, full of pep, never quiet, but that's her rep. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Spanish Club 3, Secretaary 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 2 3 ' F.H.A. 2. is " JAMES VON MCBRIDE "Jim" Life is what you make it. HELEN G. McDOWELL "Helen" Her voice is soft, her manner sweet. French Club 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 2, 43 Program Chairman 33, , Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 33 G.A.A. 3. JOHN BAKER McEACHERN "John" No one knows what he can do until he tries. MISHEW ANN McKINNEY "Mishew" No wealth is like a quiet mind. F.B.L.A. 43 Girls' Chorus 2. DICK WILLIAM McLEAN "Dick" Don't take life too seriously, you'll never get out alive. KAREN LOUISE McMILLAN "Karen" If silence were golden, her wealth would abound. AGNES QUEEN McNEIL "Agnes" A friendly heart like hers has many friends. Student Council Alternate 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3. DAVID FARNSWORTH McPHAUL "David" Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Homeroom Officer 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. MARY SUE MEMORY "Susie" Earnest in her work, wholehearted in her playg noble in her thoughts, what more is there to say? Student Council Representative 33 Class Council 2, 43 Class Officer 2, Treasurerg Homeroom Vice-President 2, President 43 Publicity Committee 43 Student Co-operative Committee 33 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, Secretary 33 College Day Guide 33 Career Day Publicity Chairman 33 Junior Civic Council 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 North Caro- lina Family Life Council Conference 43 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Scrapbook 43 Service Club 3, 4, President 43 Inter-Club Council 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 2, 3, Secretary 33 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief 4. STELLA MEREDITH MEMORY "Stella" God has given her a tongue that she may say something good to her fellow man. Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, 43 Inter-Club Council 3, 43 Cafeteria Committee 33 Assem- bly Committee 43 House and Grounds 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society Convention 33 College Day Guide 33 Student Advisor 33 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, President 3, 43 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Devotions Chair- man .3, President 43 Marching Band 43 Sym- phonic Band 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, GARLAND EUGENE MIDYETTE "Gene" His ways are ways of kindness and all his paths are peace. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Stu- dent Council Alternate 33 Spanish Club 33 Hi-Y 2. 'Zak s-3 , Seniors 3' A--. , , f fi 'L ' 3, tif- av" 409 ' t ,in i V vs. ,wa -.....f"' brig., '2 M. A-X ijt' . 3 49 hw' ' flaw W.. If WMM , W' is rc.-:fi if is 1: 0' Aw... 'ir i'3i F A l 'C ' k i is f 2, 1 'xv at I ... at in f . mx H"'Ww' ,f ,...... rv ...V ' we-M-" M V '4"V'b'i, fin-we fi J-v, 'TWV U! SG' EW J A .J 1 i , 'gf fig, LIZ: , bit: .attil i 1' w ' "H 4' .lx . -:1ff"L 4:21, '4 ' 351-,.f3yi,-fisgiiwg ' 'f enaxvli 3 - A iw 3- A ,sgiivl ,. , V0 'S gli? . , 5 , , , .W ' . , Z WN., ti- fl, mx bi-M , ., rex 3 . 3 ff -me r ' L- l' Ln Seniors JULIA FAYE MILLS "Faye" The essence of love is kindness. Library 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 F.B.L.A. 43 F.H.A. 3. ELIZABETH FOSTER MIRAVALLE "Lisa" A gentle lass crowned with sweetness. Homeroom Officer3 Hi-Times Representative 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 33 F.H.A. 23 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LA'riPAc Staff 43 Career Day 3. JOE ALTON MOBLEY "Joe" Smiling, good natured, ami friendly. Spanish Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Little Theater 3, 4. CHRISTOPHER JAMES MONTELEON II "Chris" I take life as it comes and enjoy it. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Oak Ridge Military Institute Monogram Club 33 J.V. Basketball Team 33 Marching Band 2, 33 Fire Department 33 Rifle Team 33 Non- Commissioned Officers Club 33 Gray Ghost Platoon 23 Military Honor Roll 2, 33 Ridge Ways Staff Feature Writer 33 Deans' List 2, 3. MARTHA JOSEPHINE MONTELEON "Martha" Friends, she has many3 loves, only one. Student Council Representative 43 French Club 1TreasurerJ 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 23 Majorette 33 Marching Band 33 All-State Orchestra 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Girls'3State tMayor of city, outstanding citi- zenj . FRANCES ANN MOORE "Ann" A quiet person who has many friends. French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 President 43 Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 43 Ensemble 43 Chorus 2, 3. JIMMY NATHAN MOORE "Ji1nmy" Never an idle moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others. Marching Band 43 Symphonic Band 43 Circus Band 43 Track Team 4. JULIA MARIE MOORE "Julia" There's laughter in her eyes. KATE HAMLIN MOORE "Kate" As welcome as sunshine in every place. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 4. LARRY WORTH MOORE "Larry" He is well-liked for his friendliness and good sportsmanship. Homeroom Officer, President 2, 33 Hi-Times Representative 43 Maintenance Committee 23 German Club 23 Spanish Club 33 Football Team 2, 3, 43 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Track Team 2, 33 Career Day 3. ROBERT WILLIAMS MOORE "Bill" Life's no longer if we hurry, the world's no better if we worryn Intramural Sports 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Social Studies Club 2, 3, 4. SUSAN BARNHART MOORE "Moo" A maiden blithe and debonair with shining eyes and dark brown hair. Lost and Found Committee 2, 33 Sports Com- mittee 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club, Secretary 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 G.A.A. 23 Marshal 23 Cgllege Day Guide 33 Homecoming Spon- sor , VICK CATRE MOORE "Vick" An all-around good fellow with a laugh for all. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Ser- geant-at-Arms 33 Vice-President 43 Elections Committee 2. 33 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Queen of Hearts Escort 3. EDWARD JOSEPH MORRIS "Eddie" His science of living is simply this: modesty, sincerity, and unselfishness. Homeroom Officer, President 23 Treasurer 33 Hi-Times Alternate 43 Hi-Y 33 Football Team 2, 3, 4. LAURA PAULINE MORRIS "Paula" There sat soft and pensive grace, a cast of thought upon her face. Poster Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 23 Little Theater 33 Sergeant- at-Arms 43 Student Advisor 43 Service Club 4. 543445 .3 3 ' .STV is 15- , . V vW"',1' I 1 Ml.. 'fb . if ' s I A Sli ik.. MN P ig.. ,'1j",st' ' T'-he 5 is-sq ,aes ,, re, .-Q r sf 1 wr ,,,.. I',,x' on 1' t., W -U if l ... ,ps- me 'vg.N 1 A 'E tk' r ss -in-v RJ lk 71' GN ws Ye.. 21 an if.. . Wif i - .. K L . H ' gg A -3, -Q I , f N 3 '5- T27 ff' ff? 11 git- fs, -.A Q-s at A 3 .,,,,,..... 304 L., .. 3 lb 491- 53" lg, , Seniors JOHN ADKINS MOULTON II "John" To be great is to be misunderstood. Student Council Representative 23 Class Council 33 Cafeteria Committee 23 Civil De- fense Committee 3, 43 German Club 2, 43 Secretary 33 Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Mizpah Devotional Group 23 Winged Words 23 Social Studies Club 3, 43 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Student Ad- visor 33 Speech Club 43 National Forensic League 4. MOLLIE ANN MOZINGO "Mollie" She meets us with a smile. F.B.L.A. 4. MELANIE ALTHEA MUDGE "Melanie" If you're not near the one you love, love the one you're near. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Treas- urer 43 School Store Committee 33 French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 F.H.A. 23 College Day 33 Career Day 3. PATRICIA ANN MUNNS "Patty" She puts her worries in a pocketful of holes. Student Council Representative 2g Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 2, 43 F.H.A. 4. REBECCA ANN MURLEY "Becky" Every word she speaks with a kind tongue. Homeroom Officer, LATIPAC and Hi-Times Representative 33 Library Committee 43 French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 2. WALTER HOWARD MURRAY "Walter" He is good natured ever and has a good word for all. Hospitality Committee 33 Spanish Club 23 Social Studies Club 3. FRED L. MYERS "Buddy" In soul sincere, in honor clear. French Club 2. JUDY CORDELIA NANCE "Judy" Merrily she laughs and chatters. F.B.L.A. 33 Chorus 2. MARTHA JOE NEAL "Martha" The smallest effort is not wasted. Homeroom Publications Representative 3, 43 Inter-Club Council 43 Stage Crew 43 French Club 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Lit.tle Theater 2, 3, President 43 Golden Masquers 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.T.A. 23 Chorus 33 Mrs. Mc- Thing cast 33 Oklahoma 43 Service Club 4. ROBERT H. NEIMAN "Bob" Not too serious, not too gay, but a real good fellow in every way. KAY MARTIN NEWSOM "Kay Martin" Her ways are trueg her friendship lasting. Homeroom Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Ser- geant-at-Arms 43 House and Grounds Com- mittee 43 French Club 3, 4, Secretary 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 23 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Student Ad- visor 4. BRENDA JOY NICHOLSON "Brenda" Creating is the essence of life. Alternate Publications Representative 43 French Club 33 Latin Club 33 Orchestra 2, 4. JOSEPH EDWARD NICHOLSON, JR. "Nick" So full of life, so full of fun, a friend, in- deed, to everyone. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant - at - Arms 2, Treasurer 3, President 43 House and Grounds Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Varsity Football Team 43 J.V. Football Team 2, 33 J.V. Basketball Manager 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Student Advisor 43 Monogram Club 43 Track Club Captain 3, 4. KENT CHRISTOPHER NIELSEN "Kent" His words were few but of great quality. German Club 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 2. COLEY LEE NOBLING "C01ey" We'll' therefore relish with content whateier kind providence has sent. Audio Visual 33 College Day 33 Career Day 3. eniors full ' li 5 . Q 9, QW r .f . if., 9' 'Q ' -l Vp 'exp 'Q "'-Alsvg X L' sb A ci, '- 3' - Ag -,X 5 ... .,, Q R. , X in 'X --r gh- Spf H W u t - Q ,-A 'Bur- .i lim '75 30 17' :Dx !""vi 4 "' 'Ib-f x in--f st, 'fv- fv- .i"' - sb' .. E7 W. 1 ,-, 18" 134 A- Q -v L bv' . 1-up L..- v'- -, gi 7-R mx Skin N.. ti .g,f. W- N . ' 1 MICHAEL LEE NOURSE "Michael" I stand on the brink of a great future - won't somebody please push me off? Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Audio-Visual 2, 3, 45 Civil Defense 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Science Club 2. FRANCES NEWELL OAKLEY "Newell" Laughing and talking, wal-king along, the reason we love her, she's sweet as a song. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, -3, 45 Chorus 25 Hi-Times Staff 4. THOMAS GARY O'DANIEL "Tommy" He who is silent is content. Homeroom Officer 25 Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 Hi-Times Staff 25 LATIPAC Staff 25 Career Day 3. LANTA CHRISTINE OLIVER "Christine" She's cute, she's neat, she's smart, she's sweetg all of these qualities few can meet. Student Council Representative 25 Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 35 Homeroom Sec- retary 45 Cafeteria Committee 35 Hospitality Committee 45 French Club 25 French Club Vice-President 35 French Club President 45 Latin Club 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 Y-Teen Secretary 35 Y-Teen President 45 Junior Civic Council Representative 45 G.A.A. 25 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 35 Junior Civic Council Treasurer 4. RUSSELL JULIUS OLVERA "Russ" Hisrway of, life is quiet. Symphonic Band 45 Talladega Alabama 2, 3' Spanish Club 35 Football Team 2, 35 Concert Band 2, 3. JULIA GRACE O'NEILL "Julie" Kindness is a golden chain. Homeroom Officer, President 25 Hi-Times Representative 45 Student Council Alternate 35 Publicity Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 F.T.A. 25 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4. GEORGE HOUGHTALING PARHAM "Boogie" A good disposition is a valuable possession. Student Council Representative 35 Home- room Vice-President 25 Traffic Committee ghaairrglan 45 Spanish 35 Basketball Team BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PARK "Ben" The wisest man is he that does not fancy that he is so at all. Homeroom Vice-President 45 Social Standards Committee 35 German Club 2, 3, 45 Swim- ming Team 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club Secretary 4. GINNY LEA PARKER "Ginny Lea" Silence is more musical than any song. Inter-Club Representative for Library Club 45 Library Club 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 3, 45 Hi-Times Representative 3. RICHARD L. PARSONS III "Richard" Men of thought should have nothing to do with action. Latin Club 25 German Club 3, 4. ANDREW CULBRETH PATE "Andy" My business and my art is to live. Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 45 Span- ish Club 25 Junior Red Cross 2. EVELYN GAIL PATRICK "Gail" She has a heart of gold. Homeroom Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Stu- dent Council Representative 45 Standards 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Career Day 35 Y-Teens 2, 3. LYNDA ALICE PEACOCK "Lynda" A pleasant nature is heaven's gift. Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 25 Home- room Secretary 35 Homeroom Secretary 45 School Store 35 French Club 2, 35 Career Day 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 4. MARY CATHERINE PENNY "Mary Catherine" Happy and gay are her characteristics. ROBERT EARL PENNY "Bobby" 1'll try anything once, some things oftener. ROBERT RONALD PERKINSON "Ronnie" Why worry? Care is an enemy of life. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 45 Lawrence- ville, Virginia 25 Class Vice-President 25 Spanish Club 25 Chorus 35 Ensemble 45 Hi- Times Representative 3. PHILIP MICHAEL PERRY "Mike" The quiet mind is richer than a crown. Student Co-operative Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 3. WILLIAM R. PERRY "Bill" Gentlemanly and friendly are terms that fit. Student Council Alternate 35 Inter-Club Council 45 Cafeteria Committee 45 German Club Sergeant-at-Arms 25 German Club 3, 45 Jr. Civic Council 45.Social Studies Club 25 Social Studies Club Vice-President 35 Presi- dent 45 Science Club 45 Little Theater 2, 3. NANCY RUTH PETTIGREW "Nan" She who likes music will be happy. Student Council Alternate 25 Oklahoma 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Y-Teens 45 G.A.A. 35 F.T.A. 3, 45 Ensemble 45 Chorus 2, 3. LUCILLE ABIGAIL PHELPS "Abby" Quiet and faithful. Red Cross Representative 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Oklahoma 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 25 G.A.A. 4. LINDA CAROL PHILLIPS "Linda" A friend blithe and full of glee, who dares to laugh out full and free. Lost and Found 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Career Day 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 En- semble 45 Baltimore Md. Homeroom Vice- President 25 Girl's J.V. Basketball Team 25 Student Council Representative 2. LINDA MARGARET PHILLIPS "Linda" Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue. Hi-Times Alternate 25 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Mimeograph Assistant 45 Library Club 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 45 F.H.A. 2. BILLIE ANNE PIERCE "Billie" A good sport, a good worker, a good friend. French Club 2, 35 Social Studies Club 45 French Club 2, 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 25 G.A.A. 3, 4, President 4. ROY RALPH PINYOUN "Roy" His smile is the mark of an inner content- ment. Homeroom Treasurer 25 Homeroom Presi- dent 35 Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 45 In- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Golf Team 2, 35 Student Advisor 45 Hi-Times Staff 35 LArxPAc Staff 3. BONNIE LYNN PITTMAN "Bonnie" Little, but oh my! Student Council Alternate 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 F.F.L.A. 3. DOROTHY ANN POLLARD "Dorothy" Of blonde hair and gentle disposition. Student Council Representative 25 Junior Red Cross 2, 3. DELORES ANN POOLE "Ann" Silence is the perfect herald of joy. Spanish Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 45 F.T.A. 2. LINDA LOUISE POOLE "Linda" She does little kindnesses others left undone. Student Council Alternate 25 F.B.L.A. 45 F.H.A. 35 Chorus 2. STUART F. POPE "Stuart" Happy, unconcernedg he came to class and sometimes learned. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 J.V. Basketball Team 2. CLARE SCOTT POWELL "Clare" 1t'sinice to be natural when you're naturally n ce. Library 45 Spanish Club 52, 3, 45 Social Studies Club 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. eniors Vffgfh 5 '71-i x as --- as 'fi ' vs. ' A r wa 1 55, . r nov ' .Q-. Q , gs.. -W. 1 .,,,, W V ,, , , C-.5 sg w for -I: .. 1" -l ' ,-giirffv .1 'V wt . i X, 'W i A . Y 1 ' , ' mwff "" 5, Q ,,,,... ab ff if lg, am ,mm -.- 4' . . f win 'gf 'R Wlnw. N 'him--M., Qv'a.,,,' it q.:i-pf. 5. ' - " X9a'7"L J 'N t . ' 4, 'w5'Ei ? ' . - . V 2 " 5 q :ir A he 5 . I 5 A , " " fs2e.4 J, 'fi 5 ' , f " v "I Ai' f '- .. , If ffm: , 4 I 4 -Q. ii? 1 .Q 55- ,, - -my ,if U. pf - ' ,I 55 . ,IH I 15. -I 5 f 5. I .,-it xg! J V af' ,. I 1 . 5 V X , Iwi we , ' 77, 5. ,, 237 A M """' "' f ' '01 ' JU ws' ,, . ' .W - Seniors JEROME WIGGENS POWELL "Jerry" .4 man of courage is also a man of faith. JV. Football Team 23 Football 4. JO ANN ETHEL PREVATTE "Ethel" She is known for her quietness. Hamlet 23 Cary 33 F.H.A. 2. REBECCA ELIZABETH PRICE "Becky" The sign of courage -- a smile. Homeroom Secretary 23 Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 23 Career Day 33 Junior Red Cross 33 Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 23 French Club 23 F.B.L.A. 4. WILLIAM GARY PRITCHARD, JR. "Gary" Nothing endures but personal qualities. J.V. Football Team 2, 33 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Football Team 43 Track Club 3, 4. JIMMY ALLEN PRIVETTE "Jimmy" Worry is a word I don't allow myself to use. JIMMY LEWIS PRIVETTE "Jimmy" Give me the gift of laughter for each day. Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 43 Elections 43 Traffic 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Hi-Y 33 Social Studies Club 4. ARTHUR STEVEN RABINOWITZ "Arthur" You can tell a man not by the word he speaks, but the silence he keeps. Spanish Club 2, 33 Social Studies Club 3, 4. DIANE WATKINS RAMSEY "Diane" Happy, thoughtful, kind, and true. Library Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 43 Library Club 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Career Day 3. DIANNE RAY "Dianne" She laughs, she talks, she's very gay. Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A. 4: F.H.A. 43 Chorus 2, 4. JAMES DAVID RAY "Jimmy" A happy friend and. a comrade true, if he has faults they're very few. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Presi- dent 43 French Club, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Sym- phonic Band 2, 33 Student Advisor 4. JOHN MICHAEL RAY "Mike" His cares were never too often and every person his friend. KENNETH McCOY RAY "Ken" Happy am I, from care I'm free. PHILLIP ELLIS RAY "Phillip" Genius lights its own fire, but it is constantly collecting material to keep alive the flame. Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officers, Vice-President 43 Poster Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Vice-President 43 Winged Words 43 Swimming Team 2. JUDY MARIE REASONS "Judy" Softly she speaks. F.B.L.A. 4. JOYCE ANNETTE REDDISH "Joyce" With a smile on her lips and a light in her eyes. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 Library Com- mittee 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Library Club 2. Al sa, XT W bf' i asnrw- ' f 1 if--,hx Fl 19' 6. ti Qu--nap' IHS' -We no '11""'7"'X' V' Q T' 5 i':":rf' 'O----v we 3- UG' q...a..--r Nu... jg fix hi " ,,. ..- fbi" 11 Hhs .. uv . t N. 5 Tow' 4 5 1 .5 list X, X A 'W' ' may We 5. . - , We Br' A ,Q ry wiv" A ' x 9 i :pn ibm-w if Fix Ku- ,- 'I-wa... -un-ff! ff' tt were pi' 95 it W' N Q0 V' '4 7, Y V, - Q Q, '5 dk ,L if 'iw-f"Y f .R -,Wy ,za .,,, sl 4 we W' H-QQ, 4,,..., ., f.- -. nf .. V 5 fi' 5 lisfQl'l!"' x .J '- ,A fqy- I 59" tw WWA M7 Seniors SARAH MICHELLE REEVE "Mickie" Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant to think on. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 35 House and Grounds Committee 25 Traffic Committee 45 German Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Secre- tary 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Student Advisor 4. ALLEN KEITH REID "A11en" Quiet, unassuming, and well-liked. MARY WITHERS REVELEY "Mary" She's all that a lady should be and more. Assembly Committee 45 Latin Club 45 Ger- man Club 2, 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 45 Cast of Dickens' Christmas Carol 2. THOMAS BURRELL REYNOLDS "Tommy" He was never loud, but always kind and gentle-hearted. French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 2, 35 LATIPAC Staff 3. PERCY LeROY RHUE "Lee" Quietness hides many qualities. Spanish Club 2, 35 Social Studies Club 3. RICHARD JAMES RIDER "Dick" Handsome, witty, easy-goingg an intelligent boy whose smile is ever showing. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Vice-President 2, President 35 Social Stand- ards 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-ab Arms 2, President 35 Hi-Y Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 35 Key Club 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Foot- ball Team 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 25 J.V. Basketball Team 25 Track Team 2, 3, 4. RICHARD L. RIGDON "Ricky" Shy until you get to know him. Sports Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Track Team 2, 3, 45 Track Club 3, 4. RICHARD HUNTER RIGGAN "Dicky" It's not what I do that worries me - it's when I get caught that it's difficult. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Poster Com- mittee 35 Track Team 35 Hi-Times Represen- tative 3, 4. RAYMOND LEE RIGNEY "Lee" We see good nature sparkling in his eyes. Maintenance Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 German Club 4. PHILIP WAYNE RITTER "Phil" He who restrains his words has knowledge. Student. Co-operative Committee 45 German Club 2, 3, 45 Social Studies Club 3, 4. WILLIAM YOUNG ROBERTS "Bill" Understanding and full of fung his friendship is well worth having. RICHARD GORDON ROBERTSON "Richard" He lives for enjoyme-nt5 is there anything else worthwhile? Audio-Visual Committee 35 Science Club 25 Chorus 3, 45 Audio-Visual Club 35 Junior Science Symposium 2, 3. FRANK LATIMER ROBINSON "Robbie" An all-around good sport. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Treasurer 45 Spanish Club 25 Monogram Club 45 Football Team 2, 3, 4. ALICE RAYNOR ROEBUCK "Alice" How sweet and sincere she is. Junior Red Cross 35 F.B.L.A. 45 College Day 4. JOYCE ANN ROGERS "Joyce" Courtesy wins many friends. Y-Teens 45 Mizpah Devotional Group 25 Vice- President 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. Seniors 'Q5 as any ,Q , 9 X W'---v 1 I .--fi 5 , No- 11"-v 3 ff ' ,XX xx -xl. P5-dx IUN Us la 'J 'R' K.- 5-2. ad X 1 ', 3 ug' 137' Q Q 434' V 5-1- 5 H 1- Q' 3:-:gm ' 'G' gg-.--4 f. . Q..- , 22335. ,A,P . ' 2 izff' 5.- sqm 44' .5 'NWA L4 'WM 'il in-an-' 5- qfr v ROXANNE IRENE ROGERS "Roxanne" A sweet attractive girl of grace. Student Council Alternate 43 Projects Com- mittee 43 French Club 43 Little Theater 43 E-gin? 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 23 ELIZABETH ANNE ROY "Anne" With her around, who could be sad? F.T.A. 43 Y-Teens 23 Douglas Freeman High School, Richmond, Virginia 23 F.N.A. 23 Glee Club 23 Homeroom Representative 23 J.V. Cheerleader 2. JOHN CLEMENT RUGGERO "John" Creative genius long to be remembered. Student Council Alternate 23 Poster Com- anittee 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Winged Words BONNIE SUE RUMFELT "Bonnie" Joy is not in thingsg it is in us. Little Theater 33 F.B.L.A. 43 John Nichols High School, Oxford3 Literary Club 23 Glee Club 2. LAVERNE ST. JOHN "Laverne" The teaching of kindness is on her lips. Homeroom Hi-Times Representative3 French Club 2, 33 Little Theater 43 Library Club 33 Y-Teens 33 Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 4. CAROLINE SANDERS ' 'Car0line" She's smiling and rarely sad., one of the best friends you ever had. French Club' 2, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Student Advisor 43 St. Mary's Jr. College 1961-1962, Doctor's Daughter Club 3, Granddaughter Club 3. VIRGINIA ALETTA SANFORD "Virginia" A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Of- ficer Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 F.H.A. 23 Millbrook High School 2, Blue-Notes 23 Glee Club 23 Mono- gram Club 2, Cheerleader 2. GUS DINO SAPARILAS "Dinoi' He lives at peace with mankind. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Mainte- nance Committee 23 Diversified Occupation 43 Football Team 2. WILLIAM NORWOOD SASSER "Bill" Teachers and classes are my only objections to education. Diversified Occupation 4. SUSANNE SCARBOROUGH "Sue" In all sports she greatly excelled. Homeroom Officer 2, 33 Projects Committee 43 French Club Vice-President 2, Treasurer 43 Junior Red Cross 2: Little Theater 23 Y-Teens 23 G.A.A. 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Secretary 43 F.T.A. 33 Chorus 43 Orchestra 23 Winged Words 43 Hi-Times Staff 23 LA'r1- PAC Staff 23 College Day 43 Career Day 3. SYLVIA FAY SCARLETTE "Sylvia" A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches and loving favor than silver or gold. Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Of- ficer, Treasurer 3, 43 German Club 2, 3, Vice-President 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Chorus 2, 3, Secretary 43 Col- lege Day 3, 4. EDWARD RALPH SCHWERIN "Eddie" A friend constant in all things. Student Council Representative 2, 3, 43 Span- ish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Football Team 43 J.V. Football 2, 3. MARGARET LEAR SCOTT "Peggy" To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent. Student Council Alternate 33 Hi-Times Rep- resentative 23 Poster Committee 43 German Club 3, 4, 52 Junior Red Cross 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 2. MARY ELIZABETH SCOTT "Mary" Nothing is difficult to the faithful and brave. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Or- chestra 2. JAMES WILLIAM SEALEY "Billy" If cheerfulness be counted the measure of success, then he's a millionaire. Diversified Occupation Vice-President 4. JUNE FRANCES SEARS "June" This lass is neat with a smile so sweet. French Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 3. MYRA ELAINE SENTER "Myra" What should a girl do but have fun? ROBERT MARELL SEXTON "Bobby" Ever welcome he shall be because of his personality. SALLIE JUNIOR SHARPE "Sallie" A unique combination of talent and brains. French Club 43 Latin Club 23 Little Theater 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3. JAMES DANIAL SHEARON "James" Silence is everlasting. Audio-Visual 43 French Club 2, 3. GAIL ELIZABETH SHELLEY "Gail" Her smile shows her happiness, her friends, her graciousness. ' Hi-Times Representative 3, 43 Cafeteria Com- mittee 43 French Club 2, 3. 43 President 33 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Program Chairman 43 Inter-Club Council Scrapbook Chairman 43 Advanced Mixed Chorus 23 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, '43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 Business Manager 43 Career Day 33 College Day 43 Student Advisor 4. SUSAN ANNETTE SHINBARA "Susan" Happy, thoughtful, kind, and trueg there isn't a favor she won't do. Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 23 Pos- ter 43 Spanish Club 43 Y-Teens 43 Career Day 3. DARRELL RHEA SHREVE "Darrell" He is a gentleman and a scholar. Spanish Club 2, 33 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 glational Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Chess Club ROBY PATTON SHUFFLER "Pat" And I cheerfully do the best I can. Audio Visual Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN THOMAS SHULER "John" I came, I saw, and now I'm going. JAMES WILLIAM SHUTT "Jim" A big heart, always wishing to do 'right and to be a friend to everybody. Civil Defense 43 Spanish Club, Sergeant-at- Arms 2, 3, 43 Football Team 3, 43 J.V. Foot- ball Team 23 Track Team 2, 3, 4. SAM LANHAM SIMMONS "Sam" 'High in mind and high in character. Homeroom Vice-President 3, 43 School Store Committee 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 4, Vice- President 33 Hi-Y 23 Key Club 4, President: National Honor Society 43 Hi-Times Staff 23 Career Day 33 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Inter-Club Council 43 Jr. Civic Council 43 Service Club 4. RITA ANN SIMPSON "Rita" Her heart loves the joys of fun. JAMES ALLEN SLATER "Jimmy" My appetite for life is large. Diversified Occupation 43 Distubutive Edu- cation 4. FREDERICKA SUE SLOAN "Sue" We know her for her pleasantness of man- rrvier, sunshine of smile, and, gaiety of eart. Homeroom Secretary 23 Hi-Times Alternate 3, Secretary 43 Library 23 French Club Sec- retary 33 French Club 2, 33 Library 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 Treasurer of G.A.G. 43 F.T.A. 43 Col- ege Day 33 Career Day 3. -ami: "nm 5 " , we 9 , 3 H, ' " W 3' 1. ' sk U3 ' - - 1... 3 , fa 4 i sf- . 3' . v Q 1'-'rr A ' .., 2' gk -fair, V. ' " ,t ry 3151.2 'f . Seniors X 91. 5' ' du' V .W-. ,avg we if 'Wg' her -W- iii T' ,ails 5491? 'sn- . ii i'2i'Z,18'fl L. 4 ,, nm..,.,.s....... .CNA 'a '-vi.. , 5 ks dug X' Fy l 93 ' "We I Qu, X Y--M--I dw I ,ji-Jin rt ' -2532 ldv- "iM....a?"- f .qi-, , . . 1 3 ,pw--u-. ilmun f 19 Q: bl X I' s "' I-',,...,-1: -v '1f':'!" Seniors HUGH ALTON SLOAN, JR. "Hugh" Actions speak louder than words. Audio Visual Club 2, 3, 43 Audio Visual Committee 43 French Club 2, 33 Service Club 3, -l. SAMUEL WADE SMALL "Sammy" His greeting is a smile. Junior Red Cross 2. SOLOINIAN DOUGLAS SMALL "S. D." While I live, I live in silence. Spanish Club 23 Ensemble 43 Chorus 2, 3. CHARLES SMALLWOOD "Chip" Full of likeable simplicity and quietness. Homeroom Officer 4, Sergeant-at-Arms3 Maintenance 43 Key Club 43 Football Team 4: Junior Varsity Football Team 33 Career Day 3. LESTER BULLOCK SMILEY "Ike" A friend to all mankind. Audio Visual 2, 3, 43 Chorus 23 Track Team 23 Audio Visual Club 2, 3, 4. ETHEL GRACE SMITH "Ethel" More gentle, loving, and more sweet by far. F.B.L.A. 4. IRVIN DUVAL SMITH "Irvin" A versatile athlete plus a wonderful boy. Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 43 Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Junior Varsity 33 Basketball Team 33 Junior Varsity Basketball Team 33 Tennis Team 2. RALPH WALER SNELL, JR. "Sammy" A smile for all and a greeting glad. Homeroom Sergeant.-at-Arms 2, 33 Vice-Presi- dent 43 Spanish Club 33 Swimming Team 23 Track Team 2. JUDY ANNETTE STATON "Judy" We never heard her speak in haste. F.B.L.A. 4. LUCILLE A. STATON "Lucille" Carefree and gay in every way. MARY NELL STEM "Mary Nell" A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find. Homeroom Secretary 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Girls' Chorus 2. BETTY L. STEPHENSON "Betty Lou" Silence is a becoming ornament to a young girl. F.B.L.A. 33 Hi-Times Staff 4. HAROLD REID STEPHENSON "Reid" Full of wit and devilish fun, look out world - 'here I come! J.V. Football Team 2. JIMMY WRAY STEPHENSON "Jimmy" Cute as a button and nice as can be. Spanish Club 2, 33 College Day 3, 43 Career Day 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4. LITTLETON GRIMES STEPHENSON, JR. "Steve" Good nature and good sense within him Joined. Class Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Homeroom Vice-President 33 Sports Committee 3. Proj- ects Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, Treas- uere- 4, J V. Basketball Team 23 Track Team IZL Student Advisor 3. fg t"'kx 1 6' - -5 A I- 5- - 4-. W? 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Student Co-operative Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Social Studies Club 35 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. SUZANNE J. STERLING "Suzy" A pinch of mischief with a lot of friendliness. Poster Committee 25 School Store Commit- 'tee 45 Spanish Club Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Oklahoma 35 Y-Teens 25 Majorette 3, 4. GEORGIA ELIZABETH STEVENS "Georgia" Never idle, never still, always talkingg talk she will. Minuet in play 25 Career Day 35 Little Theater 2. WAYNE EDWARD STEVENS "Wayne" Strength and dignity are his clothing. Elections 45 Spanish Club 25 A Christmas Carol 25 Little Theater 2. WILLIAM JULIAN STINSON "Billy" He is the life of every gathering. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Queen of Hearts Entertainment 2, 35 Oklahoma 3. CHARLES CARMEN STOTT, JR. "Charles" His love of life and wit bespeak a great man. School Store 45 Latin Club 25 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 45 Social Studies Club 4. DIANE WILLIS STRICKLAND "Diane" Dark eyes sparkling like a gem, we find nothing in her to condemn. Student Council Representative 2, 35 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 35 Oklahoma, College Day 25 Career Day Chairman5 Student Ad- visor 45 Homecoming Sponsor 2, 45 Marshal 3, 45 Ensemble 35 Chorus 25 Orchestra 25 Service Club 4. LOYD DANIEL STRICKLAND "Dannie" Silence breeds contentment. SILVIA JEAN STROTHER "Silvia" Quiet and sweet is she. Junior Red Crossg Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH OLIVER STROUD, JR. "Jody" He who is commended and. respected by everyone must be an extraordinary person. Class Council 3, 45 Class Officer Vice-Presi- dent 45 Homeroom Officer President 3, 45 Inter-Club Council Committees5 Hi-Y5 N.F.L.5 Social Standards 3, 45 Boys' State 45 College Day 45 Career Day 45 Jr. Civic Council 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Speech Club 2, 3, 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 25 Varsity Band 25 Service Club 4. MARCUS ALBERTUS SUMMERS "Marc" Happy am I, from care I'm free, why aren't they all contented like me? JUDITH SVVANN "Judy" Quick and lively, happy and gay, a smile for all who come her way. Homeroom Vice-President 25 'Secretary 35 Cafeteria 35 Hospitality 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 35 Student Advisor 45 Huntsville High School, Huntsville, Alabama 25 Red 8: Blue Circula- tion Staff5 Pep Club Sock and Buskin Sec- retary5 Junior Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Vice-President Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 4. WILLIAM JAMES SYKES "Bill" Everything seemed to please him. JOHN SPENCE TANNERY "Johnny" Forever quiet, forever nice. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. JOE DAVIS TANT "J. D." A nice guy to know. Diversified Occupation 4. eniors qs 5'x .4 135' 7701-4. T ' l ,, . 3.-53 - ,. 4 ye' rf '32 1 r 3-.. 03. A FUN Q Q D . ' 35 l 7 A - x Q9 ,U ,v ing...- 'xw . jx 13, 16 I' ' x.. Y X ns '-'-X "3-' 'iv -A t 'fl-. z . A . - 341 an 3 'Q' 'Y'-Ti "5 il. Q- N-3 ' "N I gs. Q an i' ""'5's. H f 5: "fi 'FZ LL, - QTL.,- zff- L v 5 f ' 'zxivlwfiill z t . " G25 -3: SANDRA JEAN TART "Sandy" Dark: black hair and rosy cheeks3 eyes that sparkle when she speaks. Student Council Representative 23 Home- room Secretary 33 Hi-Times Representative 43 Civil Defense Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 2, 33 College Day 33 Student Advisor 4. FREDDIE LEE TAYLOR "Freddie" A man who can look at life with a grin. Intramurals 2, 33 Diversified Occupation 4. JOSEPH CORNELIUS TAYLOR "Joe" A quiet disposition and a quiet determina- tion are two good qualities. Homeroom President 2, 33 House and Grounds Committee 23 French Club 33 Latin Club 23 Hi-Y 23 J.V. Football 2. ROBERT STUART TAYLOR "Stuart" Light of spirit and happy at heart. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 43 Junior Varsity Football Team 33 Track Team 2, 3, 4. FREDRICK ARNOLD TEEL "Freddy" A man who can look at life with grin. Spanish Club 23 Chorus 33 Marching and Symphonic Band 2. THOMAS SMITH TERRY "Tommy" Sane, sound, and sensible. Spanish Club 2, 3. JOYCE YOUNG THOMAS "Joy" So sweet and gentle is she. French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Hi-Times 2. CAROLYN LEIGH THOMPSON "Carolyn" The world looks better from behind a smile. Spanish Club 2, 33 Science Club 43 G.A.A. 43 ghgrus 3, 43 College Day 3, 43 Career Day EDSEL RAY THORNTON "Eddie" Quiet until you get to know him. Student Council Alternate 23 Audio Visual Club 2, 3. LYNDA DARLENE TISDALE "Lynda" She is carefree, she is gay, she is cute in every way. F.B.L.A. 43 Hi-Times Staff 23 College Day 4. RODERICK STEELE TRAIL "Steele" Courtesy costs little and yields much. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice- President 43 French Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Science Club 2, 43 Audio Visual Club 43 Social Studies Club. BEVERLY WRENN TREADWELL "Wrenn" Life without a laugh is a weary blank. Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Y-Teens 4, Student Advisor 4. EDWIN READE TRIPP "Edwin" A mighty man is he, filled with ambition and ability. German Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. DANNY LEE TURLINGTON "Danny" You must mold your own life. Science Club 23 Band 2. JENNIE ANN TURNER "Jan" She has a natural charm all her own. Student Council Representative 43 Home- room Secretary 23 Social Standards Com- mittee 23 German Club 2, 33 Chorus of Okla- Teoma 33 fareer Day Guide 33 Social Studies ub , . ROBERT GORDON UNDERWOOD "Robert" Three treasures have I - friends, knowledge and calm thought. House and Grounds 23 German Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Advisor 4. ALICE ANNETTE UPCHURCH "Annette" A voice with a smile. Library Club 2, 43 F.B.L.A. 2, Sergeant-at- Arms 3. MARY MICHAEL UPCHURCH "Mike" She may be little, not very tall, but nice things come in packages small. Homeroom Officer 23 Vice-President 23 Span- ish Club 2, 33 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 43 Career Day 33 Student Advisor 4. VIRGINIA LOUISE VADEN "Ginny" Steady of purpose, her aim ever trueg full of mischief and seldom blue. Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Vice- President 43 Publicity Committee 43 Bulletin Board Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 23 Latin Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4, Y-Teen Inter-Club Coun- cil 3, 4, Secretary 43 F.T.A. 3, 4, President 43 College Day Guide 23 Career Day Guide 23 National Honor Society 43 Jr. Civic Coun- cil 43 Social Studies Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 Homecoming 4. BILLIE CAROL VAUGHAN "Billie" Her sense of humor is at its best, and her boundless energy is never at rest. F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Career Day 3. KAREN VIALL "Karen" Intellect and grace make a perfect woman. Student Council Representative 23 Class Treasurer 33 Homeroom President 33 Lost and Found Committee 33 Sports Committee 3, 43 Projects Committee 23 French Club 2, Secre- tary 33 Y-Teens 23 Marshal 43 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 33 Career Day Guide 23 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. AUDREY DIANA WALL "Audrey" A beauty loved for her inspiring companion- ship, recognized for her capable leader- ship, and remembered for her enthusiasm. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Vice-Presi- dent 33 Hospitality Committee 2, 3, Chair- man 43 French Club 2, 3, Secretary 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Marshal 3, 43 Cheerleader 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Junior Civic Council 33 College Day 33 Jr. High Orientation 33 Student Advisor 2, 33 Queen of Hearts Court. 2, 33 Co-Chair- man of Junior Class DHHCEQ Service Club 4. GEORGE KENNETH WALL "Kenny" A good man is better than riches. gntgargural Sports 23 Junior Red Cross LARRY BENNETTE WALL "Larry" A man with a willing heart and a nature ever trustful. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 4. MARIANNE WALL "Marianne" She has just enough sense and nonsense to make her a charming girl. Student Council Representative 43 Election 43 French Club Treasurer 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 33 College Day 33 Student Advisor 4. PEGGY DIANNE WALL "Dianne" Her smile is such that they must smile in return. Homeroom Officer, Devotions Chairman 23 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 F.T.A. SUSAN HENSLY WALL "Wall" Friendly, capable, optimistic good nature always her characteristic. Hi-Times Representative 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Student Advisor 2. CAROLYN LEIGH WALSTON "Carole" A quiet, friendly disposition. Homeroom Officer, Alternative Hi-Times Representative 43 F.B.L.A. 33 Mimeograph Assistant3 College Day 4. EDWARD DONALD WARD "Eddie" A good nature is better than precious oint- ment. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 gparnsh Club 2, 33 Mizpah Devotional Group DAVID EDMOND WARNER "Dave" Not a word spoke he, more than was need. Student Co-operative 43 Latin Club 23 Ger- man Club 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 National Forensic League 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. Mtn N ' 5 I , 4' 'R a Z' r9'- FIN Seniors or- Qs f""-y '55 QB'-r ,..f a NM.. W4 . . gn Env' H -HY if J QQMEH v,vs5 'fe 1 4 1 J' f faq., we-'-T Z I 'fri . 51 -vw i f . H1-1,5 3' X Q P 's ff he F94 NVQ-In ss , . P fb , ...N IK-" '94 iq -. -rw.-W. 5 un..-M 'Hr-C... wk-'if -'Va' ' Q., .1 Seniors SUSAN LEE WARREN "Susie" In her eyes we see the lights of loyalty, truth, and honor, all three mixed with the pleasure of life. Homeroom Treasurer 2, 33 Homeroom Secre- tary 43 Hospitality Committee 43 German Club 2, 3. 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 College Day Guide 33 Student Ad- visor 3, 4. ARTHUR W. WATKINS "Artie" A moral, sensible, well-bred man. School Store 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Intramural Sports 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3. HORACE HARDING WATKINS "Buddy" He was most friendly. Orchestra 4. JOYCE ANN WATKINS "Joyce" She who is good is happy. Poster 43 Y-Teens 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 43 Chorus 2. JUDITH ANNETTE WATKINS "Judy" A shining light in a world of darkness. Executive Council of Student Council 43 French Club 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Service Club 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 43 National Honor Society 43 Speech Club 43 Y-Teens 23 Ensemble 3, 4: Chorus Accompanist 23 Cast of play Christmas Carol, Oklahoma Mrs. McThing3 College Day 33 Career Day 33 Jr. High School Orientation. RONALD WILLIAM WATKINS "Ronnie" His temperament is 'most pleasant. Diversified Occupation 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 J.V. Football 2. SUE CAROLYN WATKINS "Sue" Her heart beat strong and cheerfully. French Club 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 23 F.H.A. 2. JAMES EDMUND WATSON "Jim" In those eyes you catch a glimpse of thought, of joy, of devilment. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom President 43 Civil Defense 43 Spanish Club 1, 2. Treasurer 33 Swimming Team 43 Social Studies Club 33 Student Adviser 4. ROSE MARIE WATSON "Rose" Thought is deeper than all speech. F'.B.L.A. 4. NORBERT BENJAMIN WATTS "Norbert" Here is a true and good-natured man. JAMES ALVIN WEATHERS "Jimmy" They are rich who have friends. Student Council Representative 3, 43 Home- room .President 23 Student Council Repre- sentative 3, 43 Elections 43 German Club 2, 33 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 43 Varsity Band 23 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. NANCY WEINSTEIN "Nancy" So quiet she seems, so still and wise, till we see the twinkle in her eyes. Library 43 French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3,4 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A.A, 23 F.T.A. 33 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 Career Day Guide 3. AARON W. WELCH, JR. "Ronnie" He who is firm in will molds the world to himself. Student Council Alternate3 Homeroom Vice- President 2, President 33 Civil Defense 43 French Club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 3. BETSY LYNN WELLS "Lynn" We love you because you're you, Homeroom Hi-Times Representative3 Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.T.A.423 College Day Guide 33 Student Ad- visor . RICHARD WAYNE WHEELESS "Ricky" An honorable, considerate, well-rounded gen- tleman. Homeroom Vice-President 3, President 43 French Club 2, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 J.V. Football Team 23 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Track Team 33 Career Day 3. . I pf 5, X 'ia Q-...a-" can Av divan, YU'-"' am. me - as ,3-I J .. 4 13' -k 163' . tsl? an-4' xQ' ill 7 A4 . .vi 4 fx X own-we ' 3 'x M- .ff 4 j. vi an QM wx im Iii. 5 fs, if 'yn M-I. 4 r f f, .jf .3 ' -7' .. ".. al' fm as A S-Quo --...L c. YM! ' . 1 N -nr rf Seniors ANNE WALKER WHITE "Jan" Climb high, climb far, your goal the sky, your aim the star. Executive Council of Student Council 3, 43 Secretary 33 Treasurer 43 Student Council Alternate 23 Publicit.y Committee 23 Spanish Club Vice-President 2, President 33 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, Head 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 College Day Guide 33 Career Day Guide 33 Jr. High Orientation 3. DEBORAH DOE WHITE "Debbie" When hearts are true, few words will do. Spanish Club 33 G.A.A. 33 F.B.L.A. 4. FREDERICK WAYNE WHITE "Rickey" His friendliness is the keynote to his good personality. Student Council Representative 2, 33 Home- room Vice-President. 43 Elections 3, 43 Sports 23 Spanish Club 23 Monogram Club 43 Hi- Times Staff 33 Basketball Team 3, 43 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Baseball Team 2, 3, 43 Career Day 3. JACQUELIN WHITE "Jackie" She has a voice of gladness and a smile. Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 23 Secre- tary 33 Treasurer 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 23 Y-Teen 3, 43 College Day 3. WILLIAM ELLIOT WHITE "Bill" Pleasant and always smiling. Spanish Club 2, 3. WILLIAM JAMES WHITE "Bill" Fun-loving and serious at times. Homeroom Vice-President 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Junior Red Cross Representative 43 Swimming Team 43 Social Studies Club 3, Treasurer 43 Student Advisor 4. WILLIAM LEVOYD WHITEHEAD "Lev0yd" He mixed his sports and living and mixed them well. Hi-Y 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 43 Football Team 3, 443 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Baseball JAMES ALTON WHITEHURST "Al" A likeable man we'll not forget. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Intramural iports 2, 43 Spanish Club 2, 4, Sergeant-at- rms. LINDA JEANETTE WHITTINGTON "Linda" A kind heart makes a success. Homeroom Officer 23 Poster Committee 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Treasurer 23 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 3, Secretary 4. SHIRLEY FRANCES WHITTINGTON "Shirley" The happiest heart that ever beat. DONALD WAYNE WIDENHOUSE "Don" Always studious, but his first love is music. Spanish Club 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 2, 33 Orchestra 3, 43 Track Team 23 All-State Band 23 All-State Orchestra 2. JIMMY WYATT WILKERSON "Jimmy" His eyes are lit friendliness. Student Council Representative 43 Home- room President 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, In- tramural Sports Committee 43 Hi-Y 3, Presi- dent 23 Audio-Visual Vice-President 3. CAROL SUE WILKINSON "Sue" She's always cheerful and ever gayg a really grand girl in every way. Student Council Representative 2, Student. Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Treasurer 33 Homeroom Secretary 43 Intramural Sports Committee 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Vice- President3 F.T.A. 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LA'r1PAc Staff 43 Representative of Broughton in Youth Fitness Conference 3. THOMAS VANN WILLARD "Tommy" Destiny lies in our hands. Spanish Club 2, 4. CAROLYN SUE WILLIAMS "Carolyn" She is always willing to oblige. Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Margaretta, High School, Castalia, Ohio 101 Pep Club 23 French Club 2. eniors li - to an NS' . ca-'65 'T "1""" ev- ny.,-A 1. '3- Yx I ,V 3 ::., . ' nv,- 6 Q---- we X i' Q- f-gf' 7 f"N f 4' '3 ' , E. 'LHS I , iv' X "" J' CA if .... , 3 ' . ,ir f gm, N --x In- iv- 'va Q' I' . . g., 'N' 5 , if 3' i' V ""'2' ' ll--1 f 5. l KENT BOYD WILLIAMS "Kent" Tlgere is nothing impossible for him who will ry. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mrs. McThing 33 Oklahoma 3. MARY EVELYN WILLIAMS "Mary Evelyn" Her air, her manner, all who saw admired. Spanish Club Secretary 23 Vice-President 33 iunior Civic Council 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.B.L.A. IVIILDRED HELENE WILLIAMS "Millie" If she is your friend, you are lucky indeed, for there is nothing she will not do for you. Homeroom Ofiicer 3, 43 Inter-Club Council 43 Hospitality Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross'3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Secretary 33 Mizpah Devotional Group 33 F.T.A. 43 Hi- Times Staff 2, 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief 43 LATI- PAC Staff 3. 43 Career Day Guide 33 Social Studies Club. REBECCA ANN WILLIAMS "Becky" Good humor is the health of the soul. Y-Teens 23 F.B.L.A. 43 Hi-Times Staff 2. ROYCE ANN WILLIAMS "Royce Ann" Her friendly ways bespeak an understanding heart. Student Council Alternate 2, 33 Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 3, 43 Publicity Com- mittee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Program Chairman 33 President 43 Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 3. 43 Treasurer 43 Hi- Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC 2, 43 College Day 33 Career Day 33 Honor Society 4. SUZY WILLIAMS "Suzy" There's laughter in her eyes. Homeroom Secretary 23 Poster Committee 2, 43 French Club 33 Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 3, 4. HARRY WILSON WILLIAMSON, JR. "Skeeter" I might be better if I would, but it's awful lonesome being good. Homeroom Treasurer 23 French Club 33 Span- ish Club 23 Little Theater 23 Social Studies Club 4. SANDRA LOUISE WILLIFORD "Sandra" Her pretty brown eyes have a merry twinkle. Y-Teens 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 43 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 33 College Day 3. CAROLYN FRANCES WILSON "Carolyn" Here is a girl with a heart and a smile, makes the days of life worthwhile. Maintenance Secretary 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 President 43 Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Degree Chairman 43 Kickline for Oklahoma 33 Career Day Guide 33 Social Studies Club 4. DAVID GREGG WINKLER "David" Work is the cure for all ills. Audio-Visual 43 German Club 2. LINDA MAY WITTER "Linda" Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. French Club 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional Group 33 Marching Band 43 Symphonic Band 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Bradford High School, Bradford, Pennsylvania, Marching Band3 Concert Band Y-Teens. CHARLES STEPHEN WOLFF "Steve" The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed. French Club 3, 43 Science Club 43 Jr. Science Symposium 33 Winston-Salem 3. DEWEY WARREN WOOD "Dewey" Always jolly and carefree. Student Council Alternate 2, 43 Homeroom Sergeant.-at-Arms 2. JOHN GILBERT WOOD "Gilbert" A good disposition is better than gold. Homeroom Vice-President 23 Sergeant-at- Arms 43 Spanish Club 2. PHYLLIS ANNE WOOD "Anne" The mildest 'manners and the gentlest heart. Homeroom Hi-Times and LATIPAC Represen- tative 23 Secretary 33 Alternate LATIPAC and Hi-Times 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 33 Social Studies Club 3. 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2. DON R. WOODLIEF "Don" He that once is good is always great. Intramural Sports Basketball 35 Chorus 35 Football Team 25 Track Team 2. BERT WOOTEN "Skipper" If but a few should know my worth and call me friend. Homeroom Red Cross Representative 25 President 45 French Club5 Vice-President 35 Hi-Y 25 Key Club 45 Science Club Vice- President 45 Speech Club 25 Boys' Chorus 25 Winged Words 45 Baseball Team 25 Track Team 35 Social Studies Club 3. MARY BELLE WRENN "Mary Belle" A smile and intent to do mischief. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 -Chorus 2, 3. EMILY HUGHES WYATT "Emily" Loyal-hearted, strong of mind, a grander girl nowhere you'll find. Homeroom Alternate Hi-Times Representa- tive 35 Assembly Committee 45 French Club 45 Latin Club 25 German Club 2, 3, Secre- tary 45 National Honor Society 3. Treasurer 45 Library Club 25 Y-Teens 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, Secretary 45 Orchestra 35 Girls' State 35 College Day 4, Guide 35 Junior Civic Council 4. WILLIAM PEMBERTON WYNNE "Bill" A smile is the mark of content. German Club 3. RICHARD CARLTON YARBROUGH ' 'Richard" Devilish is as devilish does. Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 25 German Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Hi-Times Staff 2. SCARLETT FAYE YATES "Faye" What sweet delight a quiet life affords. Girls Chorus 2. AUSTOL YOUMANS "Austol" Athletic and cleverg loyal and kind. Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Football Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Hi-Y 35 Basketball Team 2, 35 Baseball Team 2, 3, 4. JANICE LOUISE YOUNG "Janice" Patience and gentleness are power. French Club 2, Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, President 4, Devotional Chair- man 45 Y-Teen World Fellowship Represen- tative5 F.T.A. 45 Career Day Guide 3. DONALD BUFFALOE "Don" It is good to live and learn. D.O. 3, 45 Elections Committee 4. DAVID ALLEN NOWELL "David" Free from worry, free from care. lisa -vs. A .au N 5 -Q'-af lg..-rg. ... V-1' Seniors if ' in f f I I in 'W .. 1 '4- Ke 10:1 , .. W Nun-f-'X gs. fm Q9 ...- -'tw-1-r W' x S-v J., SSN NM ' 5 -1 i 'x 1 , ,' 5' - ,Mn -as L ILUAMS sig, 1 'W i , I E I K .L jj 1531513 - lTQi5Qi ' .. 1 'f ,yy , yin ss, QQ QQ.: 5 w wf pk- ' Q eff ev, 5 f Q. QW -, f .1 fW45s 5 0 1 union! "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven." 4 x 1 X, 9 1 'S K ,Q V :E 11 rl vi X 152 r 516 5 , Q. is yy: , f s m 5 mf 19 if anim A .fs sgswgy , 4 ye 'Q 95-1 XX W X rv: , Efsggsvf, ' Q 1 sg E W wfwifg V 12 ,,v. z I E I 4 ' n ...sl"" Q ,rg f hwy, tzt .sw :w g 5 .,z--ff' emmsmwwmxmxm k ' 'ff - ww 11,1 1, ' A :f .vzww 1'-' E03 1- W f x L1 Jgefonging JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: First row: Kipp Cohoon, Ann McAdams, Miss McLennan, Randy Worth. Second row Jimmy Broadway, Gordon Wilson. Our junior year-our inbetween year. No longer cute sophomores and not yet sophisticated seniors, we sometimes felt rather insignificant and unnoticed. But already We were becoming bigger cogs in the school machine. We had more important jobs, held more important offices. Some of our members were inducted into the honor clubs, and we felt justly proud. We began to take College Boards and to think about careers, and suddenly we realized how close the end, or the beginning, was. "But how did we get here so fast?" we asked ourselves . . . We were proud of our school, proud of its traditions, and more than ever We wanted to work to make our school proud of us. During this year we gained new independence, and We squared our shoulders and welcomed it. We were becoming individuals. Amanda Abbott, Paula Adams Thad Adams, Frank Aguirre Joanna Aiken. Laura Sue Allen, Pauletta Allen Thomas Allen, Lynne Allred Charlotte Anderson. Katherine Anderson, Susan An- derson, Charlotte Atkinson Buddy Aycock, Cathy Babcock Kathy Bagis, Ronnie Bagwell Mary Bailey, Allan Barkley Barbara Baker. Frank Baker, Peggy Baker Michael Ball, Celia Ballew, Den- nis Barber. Eddie Barber, John Barber, Di- ana Barbour, Elizabeth Bar- bour, Nancy Barbour. Peggy Barnes, Beth Barrow Wayne Bell, Terry Benson, Deb- bie Billingsley. Sue Bishop, Ginger Blackwell Carolyn Blake, Linda Blake Richard Bland. 7 Barry Blick, Sue Blinson, Louise Blue, Jim Boland, Bill Boudman. Beverly Branaman, Angie Brantley, Frances Brantley, Tim Brantley, Bobby Breeden. David Breeden, Jill Breslau, Dianne Bridges, Doug Bridges, George Bridges. Paul Brierly, Margaret Britton, Jimmy Broadway, Fay Brooks, Robert Browning. Dave Broyles, Bill Buchanan, David Buchdahl, Betsy Buford, Diana Bullard. Deedy Burrage, Jean Butler, Mike Bye, Bill Bynum, Martha Caldwell. Mary Calton, Jimmy Campbell, Virginia Canterbury, Myrtle Capehart, Marc Caplan. James Capps, Clark Card, Don- nie Carroll, Sonny Carroll, El- len Carruth. Juniors Juniors Barry Carter, Claudette Carter Wayne Carver, Ray Catlette Alice Caviness. Bruce Chadwick, Chuck Cherry Bunny Church, Sandra Clark, Carl Coates. Becki Coggins, Kipp Cohoon James Collins, Billy Cooke James Cordon. Mike Corkran, Greg Coudriet Alton Cowan, Clark Cramer Susan Crawford. Charles Crettier, Pat Crites Bobby Crossland, Dennis Cud: dy, Ray Curtis. Susan Danieley, Denise Davis Linda Davis, Walter Davis Nancy Dewar. Bobby Dixon, Ginny Dowd, Jim- my Dowdee, Marcia Duckett Roger Duckett. Robert Dunn, Shelia Dupree, Su- zanne Dupree, Millie Duvall Myrna Dworsky. 7 L, ., at I I Hu. Juniors Woody Eatman, Ann Edgerton, Cathy Edwards, Wanda Ed- wards, Don Ellington. Jim Elliott, Sherrie Elliott, Carolyn Ennis, Jean Ennis, Byrd Eubank. Betty Evans, Johnny Evans, Dennis Falter, Bill Faison, Jane Farmer. Arlene Fay, Kay Ferguson, Pat Ferguson, Anne Ferree, Diane Ferrell. Bill Ferris, Donald Fitts, Pat Finkner, Elizabeth Finlator, Bill Flournoy. Jim Floyd, Celus Forbes, Ida Forbes, Bill Foster, Peggy Fon- taine. Vickie Fowler, Patsy Fox, Marsha Fralick, Robert Frazier, Ben Freeman. Gloria Frye, Sandra Fry, Tommy Fry, Lonnette Fulcher, Margaret Gaither. Juniors 1 L oi. - 1 r Q Y, i "I vs J- K ,1f'l"' X' .ex .123 - -fo. 4. 2 X .Q 1 , I 4 V A td.-T.-, H415 I If Q '-vs. I ch I Barbara Garcia, Anne Gardner, Donna Gargis, Jimmy Garner, Becca Garrett. Betty Garriss, Mary Garriss, Colon Gaskill, Bill Gaskins, Tommy Gatewood. Don Gaw, Dickie Gay, Chris Gibson, Mary Ellen Goe, Lynn Goldsmith. Alice Graham, Charles Graham, Joan Grandage, Nell Green, Tommy Grubbs. Steve Guess, Alma Jo Hall, Sandy Hamilton, Tommy Han- ner, David Hanse. Gayle Hardy, Nancy Harrelson, Phyllis Harrison, David Harvey, Elizabeth Hawkins. Anne Hayes, Bob Haynes, Ken- dall Hays, Chris Heaton, Betty Hendricks. Shirley Hepler, Tommy Hicks, W. R. Highsmith, Terry Hill, Donna Hines. Donna Hipp, Paul Hoch, Phil Holden, Mary Ann Holleman, Gerald Holley. Larry Holt, Pat Holt, Gordon Hooks, Martha Lynn Hooks, Beverly Hopkins. Bobby Horton, Buck Horton, Page Horton, Rick Hosey, Dor- othy Howard. Georgia Howard, Linda Howell, Joan Hubbard, June Hudson, Eugenia Huffman. Donnie Hughes, Cheribeth Hum- phrey, John Hunt, Ruth Hunt, Nan Hunter. Sandra Ingram, Danny Isom, Richard Ives, Betsy Jacobs, Ben- nett Jeffreys. Genevieve J effreys, Julie John- son, Deanne Johnston, Betty Jolly, Bob Jones. Brenda Jones, Robert Jones, Ronnie Jones, Sarah Jones, Danny Jordan. tiff , 1 f ff? ,M Juniors Lin Jordan, Richard Jordan Robert Jordan, Barbara Joyner, Dan Junkin. 7 Ronnie Kareiva, Donna Kaye, Hilliard Kearney, Susan Keen Pattie Keezell. 7 Ronnie Kemp, Anne Kenyon, Louis Kermon, Ellen King Ronald King. 7 Kirk Kirkman, George Kistler, Jackie Koon, Jan Kramer, Howard Kruse. Barbara LaFerney, Elizabeth Lambeth, Walter Lammi, Mar- shall Lancaster, Mary LaSalla. Carolyn Lasater, Ben Lassiter, Mart Lassiter, Pat Lassiter, Peggy Lassiter. Paul Latham, Joanna Lawrence, Marc Leager, Steve Lee, Timmie Lee. Richard Leippe, Ronnie Sue Leith, Gerry Liles, Rodney Lin- nekin, Don Lloyd. Juniors Renny Long, Ann McAdams, Sandra McCary, Bill McCauley, Linda McCollum. Leslie McCombs, Dana Mc- Curdy, Charlene McDonald, Jim Mclver, Brenda McKeithan. James McKeithan, Tommy Mc- Millan, Richard McPeters, Don McPhaul, Galen Mantill. Sherry Marshall, Vicki Marshall, Lloyd Martin, Frances Mason, Lyn Martyn. Bruce Matthews, Tim Matthews, Allison Matthias, Bonnie Messer, Bob Michael. Brett Miller, Grady Miller, Mary Margaret Miller, Pat Mooney, Betty Moore. Bonnie Moore, Kristy Moore, Sheri Moore, Patty Morris, Bill Moser. Judi Moser, Sue Murley, Lewis Murray, Susan Myers, Kit Neely. Juniors Sterling Nelson, Tommy Nelson, Marie Nemeth, Carolyn New- house, Billy Newsom. Polly Noell, Margo Nolstad, Kay Oglesby, Anne Oldham, Travis Olive. Judy O'Neal, Tommy Outlaw, Jimmy Overby, Katherine Pace, Rodney Pagan. John Page, Mildred Ann Page, Ken Parham, Steve Parham, Dianne Parker. Ed Parker, John Parker, Shirley Payne, Dorothy Perry, Melissa Perry. Mike Peterson, Andrea Phillips, Bobby Pierpoint, Jimmy Pier- point, Ronny Pittman. James Pope, Susan Poyner, Dud- ley Price, Patric Price, Tommy Prince. Lilian Pruitt, Elizabeth Rainey, Patti Regi, Charles Reifel, Ann Reitzel. ,.-Q. Juniors Frank Rhue, Rick Rhyne, Joan Richards, Bobby Rickman, Neal Ridge. Randolph Riley, Kay Ritchie, Ronnie Robinson, Butch Rod- gers, Jimmie Rogers. Toni Rothrock, Charles Rouse, John Rowland, Ken Russell, Phillip Russell. Gayle Sanders, Woody Sandlin, Barbara Sandling, Gail Sasser, Ronald Satterfield. Ed Schiller, John Seely, Marcia Separk, Cotha Shannon, Becky Shimer. David Shuffler, Jack Simpson, Charles Silver, Betsy Smith, Doris Lee Smith. Jim Smith, Melissa Smith, Mike Smith, Norwood Smith, Sharon Smith. Ray Speece, Marilyn Speed, David Stallings, Jimmy Stevens, David Stevenson. Harry Stewart, Gerald Strick- land, Sylvia Strickland, Pat Strupler, Stu Sundquist. Buddy Swain, Carol Lynne Sykes, Eric Tannery, Joe Tarl- ton, Ann Taylor. W. A. Taylor, Judy Teague, Kathy Teague, Sarah Teel, Mary Russell Temple. Benjamin Terrell, Lyn Theim, Parke Thomas, Vickie Thomas, Bobby Thompson. Mary Lou Thompson, Jane Thurlow, Sandra Tilley, Bill Tillman, Travis Tomlinson. Kay Topps, Travis Tracy, Billy Trott, Mary Francis Tyler, Joan Tyner. Joy Upchurch, Susan Utley, Herbert Utter, Hugh Vann, Patsy Varner. Marie Vereen, Shirley Vestal, Bob Vick, Pete Vinson, Beverly Walker. Debbie Walker, Mary Ann Wal- ker, Patricia Warren, Art Water- man, Tina Warthen. Glenn Waters, Bettie Watkins, Harry Watkins, Jane Watkins, Carolyn Watson. Janice Watson, Peter Watts, Mary Ann Weathers, Lee Weaver, Jean Webb. Whit Webb, John Weber, Char- lotte West, Julia Westmoreland, Bill White. Howard White, Nora White, Bob Wilkes, Dorothy Wilkins, Cyn- thia Williams. David Williams, Joanne Wil- liams, Sandra Williams, Ann Willis, Betty Willis. Beth Wilson, Gordon Wilson, Jane Wilson, Rebecca Wilson, Stewart Wilson. Georgia Winstead, Robert Win- ton, Beth Wood, Albert Wood- ard, Sandra Woodard. Juniors Thad Woodard, Randy Worth, Dick Young. Joyce Young, Tom- my Youngblood. Albert Zaytoun, Buddy Atkins, Harold Broughton, Jimmy Capps, Bill Craven. Brian Ferguson, Tommy Greene, Steve Horney, Linda Howell, Gayle Johnson Barbara Jones, Betsy Kimrey, Rod Marsh, Barbara Miller, Don- nie Russell. Betsy Sessoms, Becky West, Shelton White, Bob Wickham, Pat Yearby. Jan Swiger. Yrs? usa:- 4 .1 it F4 1 A, , A is. .hw W. ff"- .-U. !,,4-'HQ A13 .nltilr 3,5 '... . im uiiiil ami iar cenea ,wh ,. 4,1 . M ,gm 9.7. . 11. -, . T. '27 lim, A 13 u ., , ,.. ,- . AQ .gf fn , - A, m ,Ll 3 .Ll ., ff .1 ' ' .1 , , ,l 4 Y . 9, .ffzpf f ' I. .."-1. .V f. , . - W , ,qu ri L4 lv se " 4 .fb ,Q T w:4f"' .,-.v.f- . , R, Q, - , , ,,-41 'M' '94 ' 9451 . Emu- f Y mf. f r' ' c. . 0- I I 9 Q 1 149 H i e J " rr :Sbplzqln ore.4o Time 'ripens all things. No Zman is -born wise." u 0 ' .....rr-rv-:-.7 v- Y x W ,N I fr- ..- v 4 i 'Nl 'GI' Y' Q.-of Xl QE' 1. Sv Q X, 29' 1 1' 011 el' We'll never forget our sophomore year . . Broughton was so big, so new, so strange. c'Will anyone even notice us?" we wondered. And then our shyness and timidity were melted by the warmth and friendliness of Broughton. We began to fuse ourselves into a united class from many different classes at many different schools. This was a year of "firsts" for us . . . We went to our first Broughton games, dances, assemblies. How proud we were to yell "Go, Broughton, go!" Some of us got our driver's licenses this year--now we were really grown up . . . We began to feel a sense of belonging . . . Our teachers treated us more like adults, and we welcomed the additional responsibilities and opportunities to try our wings. We even came to love being teased for being the youngest in the school. We were different in many ways, but in one way we were all alike-we loved Broughton and the spirit we found here. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: First row: Sarah Harris, Lynn White, Kurt Hube. Second row: Mr. Crawford Pate Brendle, Bunky King. Sophomores :T .A L. Q - c' tg' F ig N - 5 , K A t" n in X- 1 N I 0 M I I i I X - C ' 1- . . . ' L w-, B W A 6 Y- in- tt I ' Q51 NE I -0-.ST 1 L- S TN ik "1 6 Q f N f O- ,-an 4. W I 1 4 U4 6 'sr F. 1:4 N C' ' N .. I gl ' A. .4 Q, ' ur, ,x F , Qhlvl A' , x ' ,' 1- . V 1 '.-., . I I H t A 5 'Y by-f Dan Abernethy, Carolyn Adams, Julia Adams, Vaughan Adams, Eddie Adcock, Becky Aldridge. Tommy Aldridge, Ed Alexander, Greg Alexiou, Dennis Allen, Faye Allen, Jim Allen. Peggy Allen, Terry Allen, Tom Allen, Adra Allison, Luigi Am- mons, Marilyn Amsbury. Carol Cooper Anderson, Gray An- derson, Gus Anderson, Judy An- drews, Sara Andrews, Evan Are- takis. Laura Armstrong, Carol Arnaiz, Billy Arnold, Carole Artesani, John Atkins, Ken Bailey. Frank Snow Baker, Hank Bald- win, Buzz Banadyga, Nancy Bare- foot, Elizabeth Barnes, Patsy Barnes. Rita Barnes, Harry Barrick, Katie Barrow, Claudia Beade, Earle Beasley, Jack Beasley. Lucy Beatty, Jim Bell, Tommy Bell, Skip Bennett, Robert Benton, Bruce Bensch. Johnny Bishop, Linda Black, John- ny Blackmon, Larry Blackwood, Christy Block, Sandra Bolt. Bill Bolton, Pat Bolus, Larry Bone, Jane Booker, Bobby Boone, Dan Boone. Linda Kay Boulier, Phyllis Boyles, Susan Bradford, Charles Brad- shaw, Susan Bradshaw, Jerry Braly. Ronnie Brande, Ruffin Branham, John Brannon, Milton Brannon, Vickie Brannon, Johnny Bratton. Leigh Breeden, Pate Brendle, Sonny Bridgers, Dianne Bridges, Guy Bright, Margo Brinkley. Barbara Britt, Charlie Britt, Claire Britt, Grant Britt, Nancy Ivey Britt, T. Steve Brittain. Bill Brooks, John Brooks, Betsy Brown, Pete Brown, Martha Lu Browne, Robert Browning. Helen Buchanan, Sherry BuHaloe, Susan Bullock, Mac Bunchett, Elsie Bunn, Glenda Bunn. George Burrell, Barbara Burtnett, Elsie Lee Butler, John Byrd, Dan Byrum, Virginia Byrum, Pam Caddell, Pat Caldwell, Peggy Jo Caldwell, Janice Campbell, Bill Carmichael, Betsy Carson. Sophomores . .- , 'S G. Q.. . x.. n :lf 5 5 I y irq, , :Q , MZL, Li la , . e. Y sh 5 I S il .J l r -ai, us. E. Q ' QA, 'ii gulf" V ' L "" . K.. N 3 I ?,,,,, , 'kg ,ff f Tu'-'I' t,' '35, it 'ov .59 s f "' as. , , I h ' .,. ,Q ,, 1 4, "tw" . f .. - 2. V 6,3 S 95 1 Sophomores Janice Carter, Fletcher Carver, Robert Casey, Helen Casper, Beverly Causey, Robin Cauther. Annette Chappell, Phil Chappell, Linda Christian, George Allen Clement, Jr., Phyllis Clifton, Carolyn Cobb. Jerry Cobb, Jean Cole, Maeve Cole, Jane Cook, Jean Faye Cooke, Joan Cooke. Ray Cooksey, Rex Cooper, Dianne Costner, Jimmy Coston, Mike Covington, Lee Cox. Martha Cox, Greg Crampton, Gail Crawford, Martha Crawley, Donna Crisp, Gerrie Croom. Bill Cross, Gary Keith Culp, Marie Currie, Martin Cutler, Ronnie Dailey, Peter Darling. Glenn Davis, Patsy Davis, Saundra Kay Davis, Jeanette Dawkins, Ace Dawson, Margaret Dean. Alice DeLancy, Lynda Denton, John Deyton, Mac Dollar, Lynn Dorsey, Mike Dralick. Brenda Draper, Teresa Dughi, Bill Buiguid, Elaine Dunbar, Walter Wayne Dupree, Mary Dysart. A lan H- ....'b- ' 4 -'. 'ff ,1 lift? 'h KS n G , Ng-.f vi 'F , 4.. fa -' fir' I - , fl L, I , W Q -or Z? M , -GN 6 I Q pu-3 'P W , it X if 1 Q-7 V 12- J -fl A "" ... Qi'-tif . 3-f , 'sr E! I 1 ,,, , L 5' A' lu ray I J? ,If , M use .,. J ,sf , - . J J- bs 4. , VT' ff ff Q, -. ,,,, 'V J V N- I ' 0 I i f .C ffm . Q: W It ty f- uf F gl! 4 V Q J J 5 ' f 4 I X" ' ' ,r , ,, ' , Q W 4 q : 1 Y Q If ,Q an ,lg ,.: Xl?,5, VW . , X.. Q! f , ,ir 31.2 izv A W Zi' ff f Al . Q- 43? f X 1 139' ' 1 V . 3 was v, inw- 1 Y ia' Q, S L., It ,ev --" f NWN 7 ,. I : X I , ,WV -. NV- V 1' I was if - 1 4.-ig if ., L. H 4 1 f X 3, J Sun 'f f f!4 , ,, ff' I , Z" I, fm, Qs, 5514, Sophomores Carolyn Eason, James Eason, Jim- my Eddins, Carolyn Edwards, Dar- rell Edwards, Sandy Ellington. Linda Kay Elliott, Curt Ellis, Nyllia Emory, Jackie Engard, Linda Enzor, Johnny Estes. Diane Eubanks, James William Evans, Roby Evans, Jerry Fadoil, Bill Fairfax, Polly Faucette. Richard B. Ferris, Bobby Finch, Bill Fishel, Bill Fisher, Cathy Fisher, Peggy Flye. Skip Flythe, Raymond Forbes, Doug Ford, Peggy Ford, David Fore, Amy Karen Forman. Gail Fox, Earl Ruffin Franklin, Elizabeth Franklin, Dianne Franks, Connie Fraser, Miriam Fried- lander. Mike Fuller, Marc Gaffney, Patsy Gallagher, Anne Gardner, Dana Gardner, Bet Garrett. Susan Garrison, Tommy Garriss, Graham Gash, Barbara Gibson, Gerry Gibson, Danny Gilland. Doug Gillis, Bill Ginger, Ray Glorum, Bennie Goetze, Macon Gooch, Chip Goodwin. David Goodwin, Worth Goodwin, Diane Green, Jimmy Greene, Pam Greer, Russell Gregory. Dave Griffin, Frank Griffin, Dorcas Grigg, Jim Grissom, Barbara Grosch, Melvyn Gruber. Barbara Gunter, Nancy Harsis, Donna Hailey, Laura Hall, Sarah Hanna, Mike Hannon. Pat Hannon, Diana Hanson, Sher- rill Harding, Amy Hardwicke, Joanie Harer, Eugene Alexander Hargrove. Debbie Harper, Ginger Harper, Donald Harris, Jack Harris, Sarah Harris, Dan Hartzog. Virginia Haskins, Nancy Hawks, Betsy Hayes, Randy Heaton, Leesa Heidelberg, Terry Helms. Debbie Henderson, Karen Hen- Schell, Brona Hicks, Dayle Hicks, Judy Hicks, Rae Hicks. Sondra Hicks, Tandra Hicks, Von- nie Hicks, Lynda Hill, Pam Hill, Joe Hill. Sue Hinnant, John Hitch, James Robert Hitchings, Judy Hobby, Alice Hodge, James Hogan. Cember Holden, Patsy Holland, Verna Holliday, James Holmes, May Holmquist, Kern Holoman. Alyce Holt, Cathy Hooks, Larry Hopkins, Judy Horne, Richard Horne, Gary Horwitz. Macon Wayne House, Bill Howe, Pam Howell, Lucie Howison, Jim Hoye, Kurt Hube. Martha B. Hughes, Gene Hughes, Pat Hughey, Peggy Humphrey, C. C. Hunnicutt, George Wilson Hunter. Gloria Hunter, John Hunter, Sally Hurst, Martin Hyatt, Artie Ingram, Jay Irvine. Chuck Isbell, Joe Jenkins, Helen J enrette, Wendy J erge, Elsie John- son, Jack William Johnson. Jerry Johnson, Kate Johnson, Noell Johnson, Susan Johnson, Tom Johnson, Kerry Johnston. Billy Jones, Blair Jones, Carolyn Jones, Dianne Jones, Don Jones, Lynn Lorraine Jones. Margaret Jones, Michael Jones, Stanley Jones, Sue Jones, Susan Jones, Jay Jordan. 6-.,..s,, :ff . .5 K ... -5 , 1. X at if ' in Y 'lkvvv Ks. . 7' J . Q mr 5, Q11 th 'QP-W ' rs 6 an Sophomores ,fl 1' ,hi , , wr, - v ,MQ Q Q 1, Hy, ' ,Hi ff 255 a ,vy Q 1 'W 364 ffl? as ' ,.,,, 9 .ff-N. 1 I y -W G. ,px 1 HM V' v j vw.. ,- 1 nhl L. Sophomores Ann Joslin, Alice Julien, Phil Jus- tice, Barbara Jean Keith, Phil Kel- ler, Christopher Kelly. Chris Kelly, Mike Kelly, Walter Kelly, Mike Kenfield Janis Ken- nedy, William Hayes Kennedy, Jr. 1 typ Nancy Kenyon, David Kesterson, Claudia Ketchie, Rhodi Kidwell, Cathy Kiley, Mimi Kilgore. 4 A s Bill King, Bunky King, David King, Fred King, Grig Kirk, Bobby Kirkland. Benson Kirkman, Richard Kirk- man, Richard Klingman, Clif Knight, Donald Knight, Stephen Knight. Kathy Kornegay, Jeni Lambert, Frances Lamm, Ken Land, Linda Larson, Brent Lawrence. Mary Sue Lawrence, Shirley Laws, Raymond Lee, Lawrence Lehning, Sara Lemay, Chip Lewis. Jeannie Lewis, John Leauister, Linda Logan, Clyde Long, Robin Long, Linda Londy. John Lorren, Bob Lowry, Sarah Lowry, Barbara Lugani, Hunter Lumsden, Kay Lumsden. I 13' v-- GLS 4-xi? .L 'F' ,-f X, KK t F s Q Q -Z. .1 v X Q79 x W .ff Q7 A .a L x fa I 5 'sc - 'C i 4 'I 4- 'tr' 9 4S', X Tp A QL Q 9 mm ,K . 5 9 4 5 af 'aw 4. . if -1 'N- 'W- M L... f S-.. O , X W f--1 la H , 5? Q N ., . . ff ,, V KJ ff' Y '- :ar A Q , Q' , wr' J . 5 ! ' ,-, H I F L, g ryyy y M , I Q M r, f., V ,J g YK I M 5 it 'swf 4 5 Q , ' r ' kv ' :Q " Q 1 , ' A ' ,, 'fr -P' J . V, W ,. 4 I -" f , X in-H 3 . 'ig ff: . 7 I ,, L, mx M gy -Xi, . E2 4 X il I A h .-5 is , N. X Q, 59 . X 'M 14 iv- , 25:2 qi- r ' MMI . , I, UL . , 5, ' wa, Qi 1 .Q gg., vm.,- I ,Q .L Sophomores Freddy Lynn, Patricia Lynn, Betty Macon, Douglas Mangum, Jule Mann, Bobby Marshall. Billy Martin, Carolyn Martin, Dan Martin, Dennis Martin, Earl Mar- tin, Harriet Martin. Margie Mason, Bobby Massengill, Beverly Massey, Bruce Massey, Becky Matthews, Sharon Mat- thews. Joe Maugham, Howard Mauney, James Maynard, "Boon McAllister, Linda McCollum, Bill McGee. Lucile McKee, Ronnie McKelvey, Bo McLean, Gail McLeod, Barbara McNeill, Steve Meadows. Wendy Merriam, Key Messer, Sarah Mewborn, Dennis Michaels, Don Middleton, Roger Miller. Sue Miller, Tamie Miller, Frances Miller, Rose Mims, Champ Mit- chell, Ray Mitchell. Steve Moody, David Moore, Emmy Moore, Joyce Alene Moore, Mary Jo Moore, Tommy Moore. Betty Morgan, Gayle Morgan, Geanie Morgan, Eva Mae Morris, David Moffett, Phil Munns. Sonhomores ,t Ave 4-X I gk Q 'Ks in , -L X, , .1 U vo ! .15 1 Y-N .,1 ff, ,. .L 6 f N "" A L N rev M. ' 4 25:2 's 1 ,L ,y . ffl ' 1 0' - , il? :5 . fu is R' 4- s-. l:4 'Mig LN TV, . 'Q' 1 I ' 1. Celeste Murray, Jean Murray, Jim- mie D. Murray, Jimmy A. Murray, Lora Murray, Vann Murray. Margaret Mustard, Dottie Nahik- ian, Chris Nall, James Newhouse, Emily Newkirk, Eddie Newton. ,Jimmy Newton, Nancy Newton, Sarah Newton, Suzanne Niblett, Barbara Nichelson, Theda Nichols. Hannah Nicholson, Peggy Nickels, Judy Nipper, Paul Nipper, Mary Norris, Andy Nowell. Julia Nuckles, Chipper Ogburn, Linda Oliver, Phil Olmstead, Wal- lace B. O'Neal, Donald Overby. Barbara Pace, Arthur Padilla, Peter Page, Larkin Pahl, George Panton, Cooper Parker. Ray Parks, C. H. Parrish, Jeanie Parrish, Kenny Parrish, Buddy Pate, John Peabody. Bill Peace, Doug Peacock, Doug Pearce, Martha Pecht, Mike Ped- neau, Rhonda Pendleton. Jimmy Penninger, Jean Perry, Jack Phillips, Lynda Phillips, Fred Pigott, Donnie Pikus. Bill Pitchford, Jo Ann Pleasant, Trip Plyrnale, Chuck Poe, Donald C. Poole, Kay Pope. Pat Pope, Jo Ann Porter, Lewis Porterfield, Frank Powers, John R. Powell, Frankie Price. Penny Price, Ann Pridgen, Barbara Ann Pritchett, Carl Proctor, Mar- garet Proctor, Andy Provo. Kathy Purcell, Barbara Quessen- berry, Dianne Radford, Sallie Ragsdale, Linda Rand, Glenn Randall. Martha Randall, Bill Rankin, Phyllis Ray, Art Raymond, Louis Raynor, Edna Reaves. Dorothy Ann Reel, Bernie Reeves, Craig Repass, Bobby Reveley, Alice Reynolds, Don Reynolds. Louise Reynolds, Ramona Rey- nolds, Lacy Rich, Ann Richardson, Barbara Richie, Tim Rider. Bobby Ridout, Martha Rigney, Gary Roach, Linda Robbins, Billy Roberts, Freddy Robinson. Lynn Robinson, Allison Rose, Bill Ross, Winnifred Rosenthal, Carrie Rouse, Larry Rowland. qi 'E f . g- ' v. J ffr Sophomores ' xl A I f Q , 2 "QQ ' ' f V: - 1' ff X 4 I, . , fi, f f v I '2:-'j ya W. .-P,-::'l 'Un 7 li in f '1-'-1 qv W . 1' fx, , 4 1' I ::"2.vss'iM1:'- -' , M .1 3' M ffzkg 4 Q X V, 171' ,.,: V Q, ,j g, Mg " W , K' Q 5 Q, fl i g ..5:.: R 2 f d A L A . W . . A P 5- , ,.,. 1 an -A W at . at -X A . 'A 12 gy 9' jg, Ai- A 3 si , .,,, ' , .vpn V' V Q V W A an f in " ' bw in V ' , f 2 4 4, 5, - N A' " , M A, 1- N L j: , E ew ,YQ ,KW X .Q- Q.. S f f n f L. , v V' ,gy e 4 ' T W ' L. 0, ,- ,-H . . . sf- . .4 V C ,k x. fs- - la K ' Sophomores Bob Ruffner, Judy Rybka, Jim Sanford, Mark Schafer, Ralph Schiller, John Schofield. Margie Scovil, Jennie Schuyler, Don Seagroves, Marshall Sealey, Joe Seegers, Faye Senter. Steve Seymour, Jo Shannon, Jim- my Shaver, Fred Shaw, Elizabeth Shinn, Donna Shores. Peggy Shuff, Jimmy Shugart, Ann Sikes, Benny Simmons, Henry Sink, Jane Sloop. Andrea Smith, Anne Smith, Betty Smith, Bill G. Smith, Bill N. H. Smith, Charlotte Smith. Cindy Smith, David Smith, Dickie Smith, Elaine Smith, Fane Smith, Monty Smith. Rodney Smith, Scott Smith, Mike Southern, Donna Soyars, Carolyn Speight, Jimmy Spencer. Sheryl Spikes, Linda Spivey, Suzi Sprint, Jana Staab, Helen Stal- lings, Jeanne Stancil. Alyson Starling, Alec Staton, Susan Steed, Larry Stephens, Anne Stephenson, Barbara Stephenson. 6 L- ag -f 1 in '11, A I L. Q- I in Nea? v I 4 ' is fiizf. 3 X f iw ' " f W 2 , Q - A "' . W ' ' ' s ,, 5:4 ,x ' x ff,S:f. , f . QQ, 4 " w f Q , 1 . 4 . X -Q Q " ' . , an ' " "LL A f KP, -2,51 V . , , A f A 1 gf'-v X . 4 it . 6. H QW! is I gl 4, ff, W f f I D Wgfig 67 fx! W V. , . ' ifm' MQW ' ' :-. -1:-':21.1'rix'm'ei 5- - i 'H f -. f ,afw gas, . , W M, ' Q X I W ,,, t Abf A . . ggi X.. 'S Y I 5 '23 I A il.. fa 3' "Zh ' . 1. an -1 ,K , f I X I .X . hw, f . W T Y ,I X.. -A 5 ff- ' sf f ew,- X. , 1 TQ Sophomores Bruce Stephenson, Gwen Stephen- son, Freddy Stevens, Bobby Stew- art, Mary Stewart, John Still. Marty Stillpass, Charlie Stokes, Stokey Stokes, Duke Stone, Jeanne Stott, Johnny Strickland. Judi Strickland, Lena Lee Strick- land, Anna Strother, Suzi Strupler, Bonnie Stuckey, Frances Sumner. Don Sutherland, Nancy Suther- land, Bill Suttles, Randy Swann, Edward Sykes, Bobby Tate. Jimmy Taylor, Nancy Taylor, Renie Taylor, Gilbert Terry, Benny Tesh, Linda Tessinear. Pam Thomas, Don Thompson, Hank Thompson, Jeannie Thomp- son, Jerry Thompson, Pat Thomp- son. George Thornhill, Joanne Trow- bridge, Eddie Truelove, Bobby Turner, Dianne Turner, Nancy Turner. Pat Turrell, Karen Ulberg, Sue Underhill, Rodney Underwood, Tom Upton, Martha Usry. Sherry Ussery, Kaye Vann, Greg Verlinden, Suzanne Vest, Jack Wagnon, Donald Wagoner. it R KA. ' fi L . 6. L "- Ve' Sophomores C., i '-, M... 1 .fi , 5-" a??-' ' 1 'Q H in Q , . g fr ' 1 x I . QM is ff fl ' I ls 's 1 in to 'S as a ,, s ul . it 7 R 1' 1 if Y' ' " ..-4. I' T' 1' . V 11 N' Q Q- ' L iw' it Klfn nil, SC! ' 1. C , ,L A l Q 5.1 ah if IQ- 2 u sr- ' Q. uf-' 'N , Q ,rx ., -wg' L. teh 143 ' if K-3-gg-. f?1:4 Vi,-4-. Q in 'Na ., -.. If , P 14 ' Q 1- '1' 1 Y 4- If J L., ...,,, . I ff CX . 'U 'x 3 r I5 'll . rx, . .1 . f f up-.. 1 7 9 ' F1 . I 9' 1 as 1lL"7 an-v3q.. an if K. A fn 'Q 4' gl' N H 2 sf- gi ! IGNK Un. v... Z -A . il uv-A, 9- A 4 Q L r ' L Q 7' A , 9- c gg ,, 5- -15. L. N A I ' X I A Barbara Wall, Betty Wall, Glenn Wall, Phil Wall, Joe Wallace, Sherrie Wallin. Ray Walser, Kenneth Ward, John- ny Warner, Johnny Warren, Bill Waters, Kathi Watkins. Jim Watson, Kay Watson, Neill Watson, Dan Weatherington, Linda Weaver, Phil Weeks. Woody West, Nancy Wharton, Anne Whitaker, James White, Lynn White, Ronnie White. Kay Whitehurst, Dickey Whitfield, Kathleen Whitfield, Laura Whit- ley, Bill Wicker, Billy Williams. Billy Williams, Bucky Williams, Danny Williams, Dorothy Wil- liams, Stuart Williams, Vohn Wil- liamson. Barbara Wilson, Stephen Wilson, Gary Witter, Martha Wolfe, George Womble, Carol Wood- house. Gill Woodlief, Barbara Woodson, Elizabeth Anne Wright, Jimmy Wright, Paul Wrye, Lou Wuensch. Carra Yancey, Dickey York, Alice Young, Donald Young, Holt Young, Laura Zachary. v Sophomores Dixie Zimmerman, Alex Allen, In Sam Flint, Ricky Floyd, Kent God- lg 1 'A r dard, Charles Knight. Y?" A A "ai ' Vx.- rr I A r Allan Lamb, Ralph Moore, Bonnie 1 A M K , A Poole, Chuck Stuckey, Robert Ty- J V W' 1' "N " GZ' 1 . ler, Al Wood. in-7 -el ' 5' -M . 1 A' Q 7543: Vw.- X AA X If J I' fl fra? AL -I 1' Derwood Woodall. if f f may , WEAR TS N ...f 'Hal , xlffgfvv , , -"' iv- .y . -lv , 4 'ya' A, www-. , ,0 I ,v I X v"'+ kvt ,Arif -rx A fy- Aylfn, sa vis ...A- -W---n E441 W if Our organizations, the spice of our school life. In them we learned citizenship, leadership, and responsibilities. We served on the Council committees . . . There We learned the day-to-dayness of selling pencils at the school store or fixing menu boards in the cafeteria. And there were even larger responsibilities In hand with faculty advisors we handled the assemblies, Worked with the newspapers in publicizing school events, took charge of lost and found items, set standards for other school groups, arranged bus trips to games. As Student Council committee members we took an active part in the running of the school And then there were the clubs They helped us develop our skills and our personalities, they added depth to our school life. We Joined. We paid dues, participated in service projects, had money-making projects, and held socials. We found that running a successful organization took far more hard Work than creative genius. We waded through Red Tape on all sides And at the end of the year we looked back with pride on a Good Job Well Done. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: First row: William Hube, Mary Ann Walker, Locke Holland, Jan White, Dick Young tudent ouncil LocKE HOLLAND ...... ............. P resident DICK YOUNG .............. ....... V ice-President MARY ANN WALKER ....... ,............... S ecretary JAN WHITE ...................... ................... T reasurer BILL HUBE ................................ Sergeant-at-Arms Since its organization in 1948, the Student Coun- cil has had the following as its purposes: to be of service to the school through its committees, to make rules and regulations for the general welfare and betterment of the school, and to help raise school spirit. Under the advisorship of Mr. J. W. Holyfield, the Council has been the unique leader- ship organization of the school. The Council carried out various activities through- out the year. It sponsored the Snowball Dance, the Student Leaders' Banquet, and a reception for new students. The Student Council has approximately eighty-live members, but it is an organization repre- senting every student in the school. Because of our Student Council, the year 1962-63 may well be called a success. ",,.,pn'0"" "' ,,...-44' 'M' ,,..- ' .--"""' ' W ., , A ' - -'-M ....,..-'ff l .W -- .vw-' f W 1'-.---""" -Mr' . .MM-h --' ..,..m.---f .....r.-,- - 1 -f-- -2-' .usa-u-Jfim-'vb "fu uv- ,.--,,ul' .mv-4' M "' - A+ be rr' -- - L-"f ,,.....---v' , J H ,...,..-. . ,..--W Ln' M' L, .W- ,e,.. -V en,m,,,,,.,-new. ,pa-wnmM'9""" "' .,,.-an-'lf""""' -,.,..,-nnulv'-F" g ,- A s ..--mann v -iiulil' l VK l . V7 Lliinluu-n L' l , - -.al,...,.l-9.4 .....,L.,.1I....e,.q SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Judy Swann, Roger Cannon, Harriet Jeffress, Peggy Bell, Kay Hughes, Martha Neal. Second row: Jimmy Weathers, Cam Frazier, Herb Jackson, Linda Fisher, Terry Kincheloe, Cheryl Laursen, Billy High. Third row: Sylvia Bradley, Brenda Fox, Kay Newsom, Eddie Schwerin, Nick Nicholson, Jan Turner, Gail Pat- 2 rick, Martha Monteleon, Mickie Reeve, Nancy Hicks. Fourth row: David Gerstel, Steve Bell, Ricky Barnes, Hugh Sloan, Jimmy Wilkerson, Ben Park, Dick Anderson, Buddy Dean. ...alumn-l"" if? JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Mary Bailey, Mary Temple, Kay Ferguson, Lois Partin, Richard Jordan, Charlie Silver. Second row: Mary Ann Weathers, Linda Howell, Jackie Koon, Ronnie Kemp, Bunny Church, Joan it Richards. Third row: Randy Worth, Dave Buchdahl, Steve Lee, Buck Horton, Scott Smith, Timmie Lee, Colin Gaskill, David Howey. s-annul-nIu b,..aW Gul Hp: Ll Ll 'ff lhymq 5-wi I-N1 '-Q RA A fn , Us it-ez' M :Ms- l SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Mike Southern Cl de Lo B b W ll J J k' B k ' l Stokey Stokes. Second row: Gray Anderson, Barbara Ann Pritchett, Pat I'I'?oma1fsoari,,aWe?1dy lcefleerreigrriflgobhg Mafgggf g3ganJeray1Braley, John Byrd. Third row: Sarah Harris, Kate Johnson, Jeanne Stott, Hannah Nicholson, Connie Fraser, i y 1 iams, Jo Anne Porter, Larry Giles, Mike Covington, Bruce Bensch. I E STANDARDS COMMITTEE DICK YOUNG, Chairman Jimmy Broadway, Ronnie Sue Leith, Karen Engard, Dick Young. SAFETY COMMITTEE GEORGE PARHAM, Chairman Front row: Ervin Bridges, Anne Ferree, Mickie Reeve, Steve Lee. Second row: Charlotte Atkinson, Tim Ed- wards, George Parham. Back row: Kay Lumsden, Char- lotte Smith. LIBRARY COMMITTEE JOYCE HOWELL, Chairman Seniors: Mary Bright, Nancy Weinstein, Judy Jeffries, Linda Gillis, Diane Ramsey, Clare Powell, Becky Murley, Judy Cook, Lynn Davis, Joan Green. Juniors: Carolyn Lasater, Ginger Blackwell, Beverly Walker, Diane Parker, Bettie Watkins, Jan Kramer, Margaret Gaither, Kathy Edwards. Sophomores: Jane Cook, Barbara Pritchett, Cember Holden. HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE ROBERT LILES, Chairman Front row: Mary Jo Moore, Tommy Baker, Janet Jenkins, Nick Nicholson, Robert Liles. Second row: Elizabeth Hawkins, Kay Martin Newsom, Frances Brantley, C. H. Parrish, Willie Duke. HOSPITALITY CO-MMITTEE AUDR1-:Y WALL, Chairman Melissa Perry, Sandra Williams, Diane Ferrell, Judy Swann, Audrey Wall, Carolyn Humphrey, Marianne Wall, Hannah Nicholson, Susie Warren, Barbara Wall, Millie Williams, Christine Oliver. SPORTS COMMITTEE ROBERT BAsHroRD, Chairman First row: Don Davis, Joe Jenkins, Linda Davis, Kate Johnson, Betsy Jacobs. Second row: Kurt Hube, Randy Worth, Jay Davis, Robert Bashford, David Green. 4 SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE GINGER GRIER, Chairman First row: Becky Bradley, Frances Haywood, Bit Cavi- ness, Carra Yancey. Second row: David Fore, Gordon Wilson, Dick Rider, Jody Stroud, Ginger Grier, Brett Miller. SCHOOL STORE COMMITTEE JIMMY COXE, Chairman First row: Buddy Atkins, John Doerr, Jane Thurlow, Andy Provo, Sally Crump, Sam Simmons, Laura Whitley. Second row: Charles Stott, Jimmy Coxe, Janie Kenyon, Ellen King, Betty Moore, Artie Watkins. Third row: Buddy Aycock, Suzy Sterling, Nancy Hicks, Sandy Acton. iw' PROJECTS COMMITTEE DIANE STRICKLAND, Chairman First row: Susan Poyner, Sue Blinson, Kerry Johnston, Roxanne Rogers. Second row: Diane Strickland, Jean LeFort, Julianne Dale, Betsy Anne Bradshaw, Margaret Handy, Brenda Fox. Third row: Dave Buchdahl, Johnny Strickland, Sonny Carroll. E1 PUBLICITY COMMITTEE SUE CoMProN, Chairman First row: Ginny Vaden, Julie O'Neill, Jane Helms, Sue Compton. Second row: Royce Ann Williams, Betsy Smith, Susie Memory, Mark Schafer, Martha Bruce Hughes. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE JANET GURKIN, Chairman Grig Kirk, Ann McAdams, Herb Jackson, Janet Gurkin, Don McPhaul, Emily Wyatt, Stella Memory. STUDENT COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE STAN Horivu-:1sTER, Chairman First row: Mike Perry, Bill Ross, David Hanse, Bobby Jones, John Still. Second row: David Warner, Gary Prichard, Barbara Knight, Joyce Bartholomew, Mary Kay Stephenson, Suzanne Dupree. Third row: Johnny Powell, Stanley Hofmeister, Bob Hawkins, Paul Hoch, Phil Ritter, Ray Speece, Lyn Martyn. fa' -QTQH ,xxxxsxxxsaxiw T' Q , CIVIL DEFENSE COMMITTEE GEORGE BLOUNT, Chairman First row: Linda de la Rama, Shelton White, Bobbie Kahdy, George Blount, Sandra Tart, Paul Averette, Jackie Bennett. Second row: Johnny Gray, John Schofield, Jim Shutt, Lindsey Gould, Wallace O'Neal, Ronnie Welch. POSTER COMMITTEE LAURA GRosc1-1, Chairman First Tow: Peggy Lassiter, Peggy Scott, Kay Hughes, Paula Morris, Linda Whittington, Lucy Beatty, Susan Shinbara, Sherry Gray, Vicki Marshall. Second row: Tommy Britt, Prisca Crettier, John Ruggero, Philip Ray, Billy Williams, Mike Southern, Rae Hicks, Mary Dewar, Susan Garrison, Susie Williams, Sandy Hamilton, Gayle Sanders, Laura Grosch. CAFETERIA COMMITTEE BARBARA BROWN, Chairman First Tow: Donna Kaye, Gail Shelley, Helen Jenrette. Second row: Margaret Britton, Bill Perry, Ann Eason, Billy Roberts, Barbara Brown, Susan Grant. '-'--..,- LOST AND FOUND COMMITTEE MARY SUSAN KIRK, Chairman First row: Mary Susan Kirk, Alice Graham, Linda Phil- lips, Sue Miller. Second Tow: Terry Kincheloe, Patty Morris, Peggy Fontaine, Alice Doggett. Standing: Scotty Koomen, Mike Smith, Eddie Gilbert, Jim Bell. '71 I I I ,Y g I 2 ,I I . If f I 3 in 5 i in I 5 I is ti I I I f I I I I I I Ii nl"g-yas' 3 I gmmarura ofemmou 1 "'M'V'W "qi X Rawlins A' I ,I ,I I I I I I ga I I In 2 I I I I I I -I H AUDIO-VISUAL COMMITTEE NORINIAN COLE, Chairman Neal Horwitz, Hugh Sloan, Larry Holt, Jimmy Franklin, Nor- man Cole, David Winkler. STAGE CREW JUDY WATKINS, Chairman Sitting: Judy Watkins, Martha Neal. Standing' Henry Kelly, Scott Smith, Don Gaw, Mike Corkran, Ricky Barnes. I ' If Ll Q 1'1" il ii . - ire i X? Vg IW W ll 1 iii M.: ri gf '. vial Q' li: INTRAMURAL SPORTS COMMITTEE JERRY LEONARD, Chairman Seated: Jerry Leonard, Dale Hicks, Henry Cochran. Second row: Mary Calton, Susan Danieley, Sue Wilkinson, Peggy Bell. Third row: Robert Howard, Tommy Gatewood, Cliff Knight, Mike Ray. ELECTIONS COMMITTEE WILLIAM HUBE, Chairman First row: Tommy Britt, Ed Gresh, Wayne Stevens, Richard Goodwin, William Hube,- Thad Woodard, Avijit De, Duncan Floyd. Second row: John Byrd, Jimmy Weathers, Steve Brad- ford, Ray Mitchell, Rickey White, Jimmy Privette, Donnie Pikus, Wayne Carver, Pate Brend1e,'Rufus Coburn, Cam Frazier, Rusty Britt. MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE BRUCE HOFFMAN, Chairman First row: Chip Smallwood, Jeanne Stott Curtis Ellis. Back row: Bruce Hoffman Albert Ellis. 9 I O vQg....-.-.--- Q ZS fda 'lib 'f:'5:""' .i ,L fi? ' ',,l:f Yr , . V' -2.:"'n- ' 'N hw Susie Memory and Gail Shelley. La tipac SUSIE MEMORY ...... .......................... E ditor GAIL SHELLEY .......................... Business M anager Each year the journalism classes attempt to pub- lish a lasting picture of the school year in our annual -the LATIPAC. Those who work on the annual staff have become a closely knit group in a world of deadlines, unidentified pictures, copy and rush, rush, 115 rush. The lucky members of the seventh period core class were allowed to leave school during class to get ads, and for their journalism exam visited WRAL Television Studio. In March some members of the classes made a trip to New York to attend the annual Press Convention at Columbia Univer- sity. Miss Paschal served as advisor to the staff. All in all, it was an exciting year-and here it is, in tangible form, the LATIPAC 1963. fi? v--' Ann Eason and Millie Williams. Hi Times MILLIE WILLIAMS ..... ......... A .................. E ditor ANN EASON .............................. Business Manager The journalism classes under their advisor, Miss Laura Helen Paschal, published The Hi-Times eight times per year. This school publication carries all school news and features of special interest to the high school. This year, many new features have been added to broaden the appeal of the paper. As a highlight to the year's work, the classes make a five day trip to New York City to attend the Colum- bia Scholastic Press Association Meeting, a conven- tion for journalism students from various high schools in the country. Winged Words JANET GURKIN ........ ....................... E ditor BUNNY CHURCH ,,... ........ A ssistant Editor PEGGY FONTAINE ....... ................. S ecretary RANDOLPH RILEY ........ ........ P rose Editor PHILIP RAY ....,........., ......... P oetry Editor LAURA GROSCH ......... ..........,....... A rt Editor TOMMY BRITT ............................ Business Manager Winged Words is the Broughton literary club, which was founded to encourage creative and expository composition and to develop critical judg- ment among the students at Broughton. The club was organized by a Broughton student, Mary Forest, in the year 1951-52. This year marks the eleventh anniversary of Winged Words which boasts Reynolds Price, a new North Carolina author, as one of its first contributors. Once a Week the eighteen members of Winged Words meet and under the guidance of their advisor, Mrs. Peacock, critically discuss the selections which are submitted by interested students. Any student may submit a story, poem, or essay to Winged Words to be considered for publication in the magazine, which is sold in the spring. The selections for the magazine are made by the members after careful discussion and critical analysis. Style, theme, and originality are just a few of the criteria used to judge a contribution. Winged Words tries to pub- lish only the very best Work from all the selections submitted. Janet Gurkin and Tommy Britt. '49 'ii' 'N-si is-U . ..,,, ..... "' MK... HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Philip Ray, George Blount, Janet Gurkin, and Emily Wyatt. ational Honor ociety GEORGE BLOUNT ..... .............. P resident PHILIP RAY .,....... ....... V ice-President JANET GURKIN ......i ,.......,.. S ecretary EMILY WYATT .......,.......,.............,.......... Treasurer The National Honor Society was established "to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the develop- ment of character" at Broughton. The advisors for the year were Mrs. Donavant and Miss Coggin. Throughout the year the forty-six members of the club acted as monitors for a study hall in the student dining room during the lunch periods. In addition, the members volunteered to coach some of their classmates in diiiicult subjects before the exam period. In the spring the members enjoyed a picnic in Umstead Park. In the fall and spring the robed members held a ceremony to induct juniors and seniors into the club. The excitement mounted as the members gave speeches on character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Then tappers searched the audience for the newly selected members and placed the cardboard replicas of the National Honor Society emblem over their heads. After each student was tapped, a quota- tion, briefly characterizing them, was read. After all the new members were inducted, they repeated together the pledge. Then, following the reading of the Honor Society poem, all the members impres- sively filed out of the gymnasium. SPRING MEMBERS SENIORS: Diane Strickland, Susan Grant, Ann Eason, Edwin Tripp, Scotty Koomen, Sallie Sharpe, Joyce Bartholo- mew, Ben Park, Locke Holland. JUNIORS: Margaret Britton Susan Crawford Ki Cohoon, Don McPhaul, Johnny Evans, Martha Norwood, Betsy r , , DD Kimrey. : , ,, ng l . , . M.- ., ,I . ,,.,,, .i .. ik... .La X F, . 4' T .,-. ...E .. . .lk 'i.,,.. , I 4 A' -ll ,,."-1 ,. 4- -6-.-Q. W'--. , 'gs First row, left to right: Kitty Johnson, Marietta Hardison, Buddy Atkins, Harriet Jeffress, Terry Kincheloe, Bobbie Kahdy, Susan Poyner, Sam Simmons, Tommy Britt, Shaaron Keggereis, Royce Ann Williams. Second ro1.p:.Peggy.Bell, Joan Etchells, Judy Watkins, Ginny Vaden, Gail Shelley, Janie Kenyon, Christine Oliver, Jan White, Millie Williams, Laura Grosch, Mary Susan Kirk, Susie Memory. Third row: Mrs. Mary Donavant, Ronnie Sue Leith, Dick Young, Nor- man Cole, Stanley Hofmeister, Gayle Farrell, Philip Ray, George Blount, Janet Gurkln, Sylvia Scarlette, Stella Memory, Ginger Grier, Kaye Franklin, Kip Ferrell, Miss Carolyn Coggin. Fourth row: Linda Davis, Cathy Babcock, Donna Kaye, Ann McAdams, Peggy Fontaine, Bunny Church, Emily Wyatt, Jimmy Coxe, Thomas Erwin, Marianne Wall, Kay Hughes. Service Club SUSIE MEMORY ............................. ........... P resident RUSTY BRITT .,,.., ,,,,,,,,...., V ice-P1'eSide'fLf GINGER GRIER ,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,.., S ecretary-Treasurer GEORGE BLOUNT ...................... Sergeant-at-Arms In 1949 the Student Council organized the Service Club for the purpose of recognizing those students who have given unselfishly of themselves and of their time to the school. Through the years mem- bership in the Service Club has come to mean the highest non-scholastic honor a student can obtain at Broughton. Financed by the Student Council, the Service Club undertook several projects this year. In Octo- ber and in February members cleaned and polished all the school trophies. In addition, all new props for the assemblies were made and painted by the group. The annual picnic was held in Umstead Park on April 7. Mr. Clark advised the group. The Service Club holds two inductions during the year. In the fall 21 seniors were taken into the club and in the spring seniors, juniors, and teachers were inducted. Each new member must receive a unani- mous vote by members already in the club. In an impressive assembly program the name of each new member is raised on a card before the student body. Then appropriate quotations are read for each in- ductee. Following the induction a talk on service SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS: George Blount, Ginger Grier, Susie Memory, Rusty Britt. is made by a guest speaker. At the end of the year the members of the Service Club elect one boy and one girl member to receive the trophies for out- standing service to the school. This year has been a successful one for the Serv- ice Club, both in recognizing deserving students and in performing worthwhile services to the school. SPRING MEMBERS SENIORS: Dick Anderson, Glenda Klingman, Janet Gurkin, Steve Bradford, David Winkler, Janice Young, Robert Bashford, George Glass, Mary Dewar, Larry Jones, Kitty Johnson, Henry Kelly, Cam Frazier, Mary Susan Kirk, and Herb Jackson. JUNIORS: Dick Young, Libby Lambeth, Mike Corkran, Don Ellington, Charlotte Anderson, Marc Caplan, Mary Ann Walker, Buddy Atkins, Whit Webb, Linda Davis, Celus Forbes, and Randy Worth. TEACHERS: Mrs. Porter, Miss Coffey, Mr. Blackburn. x TFLVLLC ff' f 9 I ! iid In Zi' f rc First row: Gordon Carson, Sam Simmons, Bruce Hoffman, Paula Morris, Tommy Baker, Martha Neal, Diane Strick- land, Janie Hayes, Stanley Hofmeister. Second row: Jimmy Coxe, Jimmy Franklin, Jody Stroud, Laura Grosch, Jay Davis, Kay Hughes, Barbara Brown, Anthony Honeycutt. Standing: Mrs. Melton, Stella Memory, Audrey Wall, Robert Liles, Tommy Britt, Jan White, Joyce Howell, Hugh Sloan, Linda Gillis, Judy Watkins, Rusty Britt, Susie Memory, Ginger Grier, George Blount, Prisca Grettier, Marietta Hardison, Mary Bright, Bill Hester, Bill Hube, Ricky Barnes, Mr. Crawford, Locke Holland. First row: Mr. Taylor, Chip Smallwood, Cam Frazier, Locke Holland, Joe Taylor, Sam Simmons. Second row: Paul Averette, Harry Kirkman, Sandy Acton, Skipper Wooten, Avijit De. Third row: Robert Liles, Bruce Hoffman, Nor- man Cole, William Hube, Stanley Hofmeister. Key Club SAM SIMMONS ...,,... .............. P resident ROBERT LILES ,,..,,.. ........ V ice-President BEN PARK ,,,....... .............. S ecretary SANDY ACTON .......................................... Treasurer CAM FRAZIER .....................i...................... Chaplain Under the sponsorship of the Raleigh Kiwanis Club, the Key Club strives to develop initiative and leadership, to provide experience in living and working together, to serve the school and com- munity, to prepare for useful citizenship, and to set and follow high ideals. The club provides money for a scholarship awarded at the end of the school term by the sale of peanut brittle. Through the leadership of the ofiicers and the advisor, Mr. Tay- lor, the nineteen members operate the concession stands at basketball games, and perform stage work at the Kiwanis Minstrel. Meeting every two weeks, the club holds inductions twice a year, at the be- ginning of each semester. 120 First row: Artie Watkins, Rusty Britt, Jerry Leonard, Pete Clark, Roger Cannon, Gary Prichard, Jimmy Coxe. Second row: Irvin Smith, Tommy Reynolds, Steve Bell, Eddie Morris, Larry Jones, John Moulton. Third row: Jay Davis, Steve Stephenson, Robert Howard, Thomas Erwin, Jerry Joyner, Rik Danielson. Fourth row: Tommy Baker, George Blount Tim Edwards, Ronnie Welch, Willie Duke, Jimmy Weathers, Johnny Hopkins. Fifth row: Jimmy Ray, Richard Good win, Carl Corter, Herb Jackson, David Gerstel. Senior Hi-Y J oDY STROUD ...... .............. P resident TOMMY BAKER ...... ....... V ice-President JERRY JOYN1-:R ...... ................ S ecretary JOHN MOULTON ..... ...................... T reasurer CARL CORTER ...... ........ S ergeant-at-Arms JIMMY CoxE ............................................ Chaplain To create, to maintain, and to extend throughout home, school, and community high standards of Christian character are the purposes of the Hi-Y. The club attempts to carry forward its purposes by developing and emphasizing clean sportsman- ship, clean speech, and clean living, to develop leaders in the school, to conduct worthwhile activi- ties and projects for the school and community, and to provide fellowship for its members. These boys meet twice a month at the Y.M.C.A., where they are guided by Mr. Farmer Smith and Mr. Don Cheek. These boys sold the 1962-1963 telephone directory for their money-making project. They concluded the year with a social in the spring. 121 Fzrst Tow Ed Parker Bob Wlckham R1Ck Rhyne Charhe Sllver Marc Caplan, Phil Holden Second 'row Ray Catlette Tommy Green B1lly Newsome J1m Floyd Thzrd row Parke Thomas, Bill Bynum, Howard Kruse Marc Leager E' Frrst Tow Buddy Atkms Rlchard Jordan Wayne Carver Bobby Vick, Allan Barkley Second row Tommy Youngblood Chrxs Heaton Carl Coates Buck Horton John Weber Third row: Jim Mclver, Ben Freeman D8V1d Hanse Dlck Young The Junior Hi-Y MR KEEN 5 GRQUP MR. GILBERT'S GROUP BUDDY ATKINS .. WAYNE CARVER . RICHARD JORDAN GORDON W1LsoN BUCK HORTON CARL COATES ..... First row: Jule Mann, Art Raymond, Frankie Price, Larry Giles, Clif Knight, Chris Kelley. Second row: Chip Lew-is, Mike Pedneau, Joe Jenkins, Frank Griffin, Neill Watson, Augustus Silcox Anderson, Jr. Third row: Ruffin Franklin, Buddy Pate, Doug Gillis, Macon Gooch, Tommy Aldridge, Tom Johnson. Fourth row: Ruffin Branham, David Fore, Jimmy Murray, John Byrd, Stuart Williams, Dennis Allen, Bunky King. 7-N Firstirow: Bill Ross, Jerry Cobb, Andy Provo, Jack Harris, Mike Kenfield, Joe Seegers. Second row: Mike Jones, Dan Martin, Danny Williams, David Moore, Mark Schafer, Bobby Finch. Third row: Mike Southern, Pate Brendle, Greg Crampton, Doug Pierce, Dan Hartzog, Kurt Hube. Fourth row: Mr. Parker, Don Young. ophomore Hi-Y MR. THOMASON'S GROUP: MR. PARKER'S GROUP: JIMMY COSTON .......................... ............ P resident MIKE SOUTHERN ............. ................. P resident CLIF KNIGHT ....... ..... V ice-President ANDY PRovo .......... .i...... V ice-President DAVID Foma: ....... .............. S ecretary BOBBY FINCH ............ ................. S ecretary ToM JOHNSON .... ................. T reasurer DANNY WILLIAMS ....... ......,............... T reasurer DoUc GILLIS ...... ...... S ergeant-at-Arms JACK HARRIS ............ ........ S ergeant-at-Arms BUNKY KING ....... .................. C haplain DAN HARTZOG .......... .,..i................ C haplain ,Elf G5 Lf Q ua.. -f"'.fuA 1 '1- I 'Ps- tai' Rx.--.. - F N First row: Barbara Knight, Ginny Vaden. Back row: Barbara Brown, Royce Ann Williams, Christine Oliver, Gail Shelley, Stella Memory. Y - Teens STELLA MEMORY ....... .............. P resident BARBARA BROWN ........... ........ V ice-President GINNY VADEN ..,,....,.,....,,.,...,,, .............. S ecretary ROYCE ANN WILLIAMS ............................ Treasurer JANICE YOUNG ,..,................ Devotional Chairman BARBARA KNIGHT ,..... ........... P ublicity Chairman GAIL SHELLEY ..,................... Scrapbook Chairman CHRISTINE OLIVER Junior Civic Council Representative To grow in knowledge and love of God, to grow in relations with other people, to grow as a person: these are the purposes of the Y-teens. Broughton's 198 Y-teens are divided into six clubs. The presi- 124 dents, vice-presidents, and program chairmen of these six clubs form the Y-teen Interclub Council. This council plans and coordinates Y-teen activities. The Interclub Council meets on first and third Monday afternoons at the Y.W.C.A. The individual clubs have meetings on Tuesdays or Thursdays. At least once a month each club has a program. The year's theme of Community Awareness was carried out in many of these programs. In November two busloads of Y-teens traveled to Washington, D. C., to attend the World Fellow- ship Service. Janice Young represented North Carolina in the service in the Washington Cathe- dral. An informal dance and a potato chip sale rounded out another successful year of Y-teens. H. E. P. CAROLYN WILSON, President First row: Snookie Crabtree, Judy Horne, Denyse Haskins, Susan Poyner, Bonnie Messer, Mary Ellen Goe, Toni Rothrock, Jane Watkins, Carolyn Johnson, Lynn Aus- tin, Carolyn Wilson, Kate Moore, Libby Howard. Second row: Sarah Hanna, Mar- garet Proctor, Carolyn Edwards, Betty Moore, Dana McCurdy, Alice Graham, Joan Richards, Frances Davis, Linda Gooch, Sherry Gray, Martha Butler. T. I. P. JANICE YOUNG, President First row: Charlotte West, Tina Warthen, Emrny Moore. Second row: Margy Scovil, Janice Young, Robin Long. Third row: Barbara McNeil, Gerry Bourne. DW' W. O. W. ANN MooRE, President First row, left to right: Barbara Aan, Gayle Johnson, Ann Poole, Sandra John- son, Jane Chappell. Ann Moore. Second row: Janet Mason, Jean Bullock, Linda Davis, Sue Wilkinson, Pam Greer. Third row: Dorothy Ford, Barbara Barbour, Brenda Ball, Carol Edwards, Kitty John- son. Fourth row: Nancy Arnold, Mary Hartsfield, Billie Busby, Francine Mar- darello, Judi Covert, Carolyn Creech. SPE, S. O. S. ROYCE ANN WILLIAMS, President First row: Jane Cook, Helen Jenrette, Cindy Smith, C. C. Hunicutt, Susan Shin- bara, Myrtle Capehart. Second row: Faye Allen, Neil Ridge, Anne Kenyon, Nancy Kenyon, Libby Lambeth, Joanne Wil- liams, Rae Hicks. Third row: Jill Bres- lau, Barbara Garcia, Donna Kaye, Laura Armstrong, Helen Buchanan, Nancy May- nard. Fourth row: Ann Reitzel, Lynn Davis, Susan Crawford, Frances Lambe, Mary Dysart, Martha Bruce Hughes, Faye Senter, Ann Smith, Anne Wright, Royce Ann Williams. Fifth row: Linda Celentano, Cynthia Williams, Dorothy Williams, Carolyn Williams, Judy Cook, Lynda Peacock, Kathy Hooks, Barbara Brown, Susie Memory. J --.-- ,- r.,, -. tim? Hs. Ny- '. 4- .. .rx 5, ff Zag:- -s.,. all 'Tfgi ,J x - I 4. J. O. Y. EMILY WYATT, President First row: Kay Ferguson, Gail Sasser, Bet Garrett, Jean Wibb, Emily Wyatt, Vallie Harmon, Diane Cox, Jo Anne Porter. Sec- ond row: Carol Lawson, Diane Eubank, Susan Garrison, Diana Hanson, Gail Shel- ley, Stella Memory, Linda Hicks. 8.1 UM G. A. G. CHRISTINE OLIVER, President First row: Nancy Hicks, Judy Swann, Chris- tine Oliver, Jackie White, Barbara Knight. Second row: Laura Whitley, Susie Warren, Ken Parham, Nora Ann White, Elizabeth Finlator, Gail McLeod, Martha Ussery, Carol Anderson, Ann Whitaker, Lynda Kay Elliott, Patsy Gallager. Third row: Eliza- beth Shinn, Margaret Handy, Nan Hunter, Sherry Wagoner, Susan Bullock, Polly Faucette, Kay Whitehurst, Donna Soyars, Susan Steed. First row: Wayne Bell, Bill Hester, Marc Caplan, Rusty Britt, Reed Goe, Peter Johnson, Howard White, Roy Pinyoun Second row: Donald Hughes, Carl Corter, Richard Goodwin, Phil Holden, Larry Moore, George Parham, Gary Prich- ard. Third row: Locke Holland, Terry Benson, Steve Stephenson, Dick Anderson, Rickey White, Bill Hube, Jerry .Joyner Eddie Morris, Johnny Hopkins, Irvin Smith. Fourth row: Tommy Britt, Don Davis, Bien Park, Jim Shutt, Bob Wickham Whit Webb, Paul Hoch, Ray Catlette, Jimmy Weathers, Gary Jessup, Stanley Hofmeister, Ronnie Welch, Stuart Taylor onogram lub IRVIN SMITH ...... ...............,... P resident EDDIE MORRIS ...... ............ V ice-President KIP FERRELL ........................ Secretary-Treasurer STANLEY I-IOFMEISTER .,.......... Projects Chairman Stimulating sportsmanship is one of the major purposes of the Monogram Club, which is composed of all those boys who have earned an athletic letter. During the Christmas season, this organization not only supervises the collection of food, clothing, and presents for needy families, but also provides baskets of food for all the maids and janitors. Advised by Coach Walker, these boys are also re- sponsible for ushering at the football and basket- ball games. At the end of the school term, this club presents an award to its best athlete. ll - A . , .4 5 ,. A 1 I' ai'-U Q. . -Y fy lp 0 3' . , R I W- V. . r - ,K Q' ' ' . . , u '4' 531.3 ,.QuJ,.g,,-L .F :V ,.. ,f 1 f .- gn' - , . f-, 0 f1.lff , ,675-Is'-Q "a'b?'.'.,'i :gi ..',, f A . 4 - ' V 4 - .1 ., -'.eexv.f1::i'.p,2' ,-,- .tn 33-V4.5-,,.va.f'w gi . -Y O 4 G vt A J' D oi'-2 "1" ,-. if O D U K. . fa. mwfh C xf F.T.A. OFFICERS: Sitting: Emily Wyatt, Ginny Vaden, Mrs. Rudisill. Standing: Libby Lambeth, Jane Watkins. Future Teachers of America GINNY VADEN ..... ................. P resident BETSY BU1-'ORD ....... ........ V ice-President EMILY WYATT ...... .....,...., S ecretary JANE WATKINS ,..... ........ T reasurer LIBBY LAMBETH ...................................... Historian To acquaint girls with the rewards as well as problems of the teaching profession has been the primary goal of the Future Teachers of America this year. More than 70 interested Broughton stu- dents have participated in the meetings held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. Typical programs have included educators discus- sing the newest trends in teaching, movies on cur- rent topics such as the Peace Corps, and panels of F.T.A. members expressing their opinions on edu- cation. In the fall a Mother and Daughter banquet was held for the installation of officers. Also, in Novem- ber many members attended the District F.T.A. Convention held at U.N.C. Members spent many hours on the Homecoming float which featured "Education Today versus that of Yesterday." An- other service was a display for American Education Week. This spring observation in the Raleigh Pub- lic Schools was a Valuable experience for many plan- ning a teaching profession. A spring social ended a most successful year of F.T.A. 5 . .. 7 -- -M.. L Left to right around table: Mary Sue Lawrence, Lynn Jones, Jean Perry, Barbara Baker, Lynne Allred, Bonnie Messer, Sandra Fry, Betty Moore, Cathy Babcock, Miriam Friedlander, Mary Margaret Miller, Jackie Koon, Bettie Watkins, Anne Kenyon, Susan Jones. From back of table: Sue Wilkinson, Dianne Costner, Sarah Newton, Julia Westmoreland, Beth Wilson, Margaret Journigan, Mary Nell Stem, Judy Lee, Nancy Pettigrew, Billie Busby, Joan Green, Betty Bevacqua, Helen Barbour, Marian Esser, Kay Ritchie, Margaret Handy, Glenda Klingman, Lynn Austin, Snookie Crabtree, Jayne Mann, Nancy Hicks, Barbara Elrod, Sherry Gray. ' 129 uture Business Leaders of America MARY DEWAR ....... ................ P resident JEAN BULLOCK ....... .....,. V ice-President VICKIE ENNIS ....... ............. S ecretary LINDA PHILLIPS ....... ................ T reasurer CAROL GLOVER ........ ........ P arliamentarian BRENDA BALL ............. ................. H istorian BARBARA BARBOUR .................................. Reporter The Future Business Leaders of America has as its purpose to help the Business Education students bridge the gap between the classroom and the busi- ness world. Mrs. Dixie Porter and Miss Hazel Price serve as advisors. The fifty-five members of the F.B.L.A. have many activities throughout the year. Each member sells four boxes of cards annually to enable the club to contribute a token to the Business Department. The club's social activity centers around a dinner for the installation of all officers. The club keeps the type- writers in the school clean and repairs the type- writer covers. Also, each year a group of F.B.L.A. members attend a state convention. Standing: Brenda Ball, Linda Phillips, Jean Bullock, Mrs. Porter, Miss Price. Sitting: Barbara Barbour, Mary Dewar. Linda Whittington. , T I 5 1 i 1 wb: 3 C9 T , ,, Seated: Susan Myers, Donna Etheridge, Gayle Johnson, Margaret Journigan, Patsy Lassiter. Standing: Mike Haswell, Barbara Barbour, Barbara Joyner, Brenda Ball, Linda McCollum, Sammy Lancaster, A1 Ellis, Linda Phillips, Sandy Acton, Jean Bullock, Gary Hornaday, Mary Dewar, Phil Ritter, Dena Horton, Van Lonberger, Mary Ella Horton, Caro- lyn Williams, Mishew McKinney, Carolyn Creech, Susan Utley. Seated: Pat Floyd, Julia Gresham, Carol Glover, Gwen Honeycutt, Linda Jones, Linda Whittington, Janie Bailey, Ila Mae Holly, Sandra Johnson, Connie Holt, Linda Poole. Standing: Judy Staton, Ann Poole, Barbara Collins, Janice Baker, Diane Bridges, Jane Hodge, Sylvia Grifiin, Becky Williams, Sandra Williford, Lynda Tisdale, Debbie White, Joy Garris, Diane Wall, Patsy Allen. 131 LJLJLIU l.ll'llYL E 1 rf" F.H.A. OFFICERS: Sue Murley, Linda Gillis, Mary Bright, Glenda Klingman, Ann Eason, Carolyn Wilson, Margaret Handy, Joan Hubbard, Mrs. Yates. Future Homemakers of America ANN EAsoN ............ ............ P resident JOAN HUBBARD ........ ...... V ice-President GLENDA KLINGMAN ..... ............ S ecretary MARY BRIGHT .,.......... ......,.,.,.... T reasurer MARGARET HANDY .,.... ...... P arliamentarian LINDA GILLIS .,.....,... ................ H istorian SUE MURLEY ...,,,... ................,...,., R eporter CAROLYN WILSON ...... ....... D egree Chairman MIKE UPCHURCH ....,................. Recreation Leader To further interest in every field of home eco- nomics is the main purpose of the Future Home- makers of America. Mrs. Yates acts as an advisor to this group, which consists of forty-six members and meets the second Monday night of every month from 7:30 to 8:30. One of the many activities of the F.H.A. is its money-making project. This year the girls sold food and other articles at a bazaar at the senior barbecue. In November the F.H.A. held a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance in the girl's gym, which was decorated like a barn with autumn scenes in some areas. In addition, the girls worked on a Home- coming float and attended three rallies: county, district, and state. At the last meeting of the year, the mothers are invited and the following awards are presented: the Crisco Award for the outstanding student in home economics, the Betty Crocker Award, the Vogue Pattern Award, and the McCall Teen Fashion Board Award. W f,, ""-r First row: Pat Lassiter, Pattie Keezell, Beverly Hopkins, Allison Matthias, Snookie Crabtree, Lynn Austin. Second row: Joanne Trowbridge, Ann Pridgen, Martha Wolfe, Nyllia Emory, Martha Cox, Alice Hodge, Becki Coggins, Verna Holli- day, Sue Hinnant. Third row: Gayle Morgan, Dixie Zimmerman, Susan Bradford, Ann Sikes, Dianne Bridges, Faye Allen, Dot Williams, Barbara Barclay, Charlotte West, Martha Rigney, Tina Warthen. a 5522 ... "J: On these stoves and sewing machines students learn useful homemaking skills. 133 If xx-f First row: Miss Freeman, George Bridges, Brenda Nicholson, David MoiTett,.Skipper Wooten, Allyson Starling, Mr. Gilbert. Second row: Vonnie Hicks, Gray Maddrey, Edwin Tripp, Bill Rankin, Don Widenhouse, Jack Eason, Steve Wolff . H SVCIEENCE CLUB OFFICERS: Edwin Tripp, David Moffett, Skipper oo en. 134 cience lub EDWIN TRIPP .......................... President SKIPPER WOOTEN .......... Vice-President DAVID MOFFETT.. Secretary-Treasurer Since 1958 the Science Club has been working at Broughton to provide an atmosphere for the expression and fur- therance of scientihc talent in the student body. Sponsoring the Science Fair each spring is its main project, but the club is planning more activities next year. Mr. Gilbert and Miss Freeman are the ad- visors of the group, which meets the first and third Tuesday of each month. Girls' Athletic Assoeia tion BILLIE PIERCE ....... ............. P Tesident SUE WILKINSQN ,.,,, ....... V ice-President SUE ScARBoRoUcH ..... ............. S ecretary JOAN ETCHELLS ...... .................. T reasurer DONNA SOYARS ,.,.,.,,,,..,,.,,......... Sergeant-at-Arms "Shoot!,' "Oh, you missed!" "Throw me the ball!" These are just a few of the many cries that can be heard on every Tuesday afternoon from 3:40 to 4:30 from the girls belonging to the G.A.A. The purpose of the G.A.A. is to promote interest and participation in a variety of competitive activi- ties which will meet and challenge the needs of girls of varying abilities. Sixty-seven girls partici- pated in these activities this year, which included Broughton ball, basketball, volleyball, softball, and tennis. Mrs. Sue Rivers is the new advisor for this active group. Mrs. Rivers worked with the volleyball team which competed against other G.A.A. girls at the annual state G.A.A. playday held at Womans' College in May. The girls ended the successful year with a picnic. G.A.A. OFFICERS: First row: Billie Pierce, Sue Wilkin- son, Joan Etchells. Second row: Donna Soyars, Sue Scarborough. 099' Members: Billie Pierce, Sue Wilkinson, Sue Scarborough, Joan Etchells, Donna Soyars, Faye Allen, Judy Andrews, Janice Beaver, Linda Boulier, Beverly Branaman, Brenda Buffkin, Jean Bullock, Pat Caldwell, Linda Celentano, Jean Cooke, Susan Crawford, Mary Dewar, Teresa Dughi, Jane Farmer, Cathy Fisher, Joan Grandage, Susan Grant, Barbie Grosch, Laura Grosch, Vallie Harmon, Nancy Hawks, Ann Hayes, Brona Hicks, Bonna Hines, Cember Holden, Kathy Hooks, Stephanie Hunter, Gayle Johnson, Linda Jones, Terry Kincheloe, Jan Kramer, Anne Lynch, Betty Macon, Susan Macon, Gail McLeod, Kay Messer, Barbara Miller, Ann Oldham, Melissa Perry, Abby Phelps, Patti Regi, Neal Ridge, Judy Rybka, Ann Sikes, Anne Smith, Susan Steed, LaVerne St. John, Mary Temple, Patsy Varner, Delinda Wall, Carolyn Watson, Brenda Whitehead, Linda Whittington, Millie Wilbur, Nancy Arnold, Mary M. Miller, Susan Danieley, Kay Oglesby, Carolyn Speight, Betty Garriss, Rita Barnes, and Pat Mooney. ,.....f 'KA 'rw Gu-ff 'E1"" N.F.L. OFFICERS: Marc Caplan, Gayle Farrell, Betty ational Forensic League Jolly. GAYLE FARRELL ...... ..................... P freszdent MARC CAPLAN ...... ............... V ice-President BETTY J oLLY ,.,.. ........ S ecretary-Treasurer JOHN DOERR ...... ...... .............. D e bate Captain Under the leadership of the oflicers and the advisors, Mrs. Wooten and Mr. Beenen, the National Forensic League strives to promote better speaking practices among students. The 18 members of this organization, which holds its meetings on the sec- ond and fourth Thursdays of each month, gain recognition for Broughton at the N .F.L. Congresses and Tournaments and through debating contests. For a social event, the members hold a banquet in the spring. - -ass N.F.L.: First Tow: Shaaron Keggereis, Betty Jolly, Har- riet Jeffress, Beth Wilson. Second row: John Doerr, Don Davis, Marc Caplan, Darrell Shreve. Third row: Paul Hoch, Jack Simpson, Randolph Riley, Gayle Farrell, John Moulton. 3- A -LAST. I ' y Q ,J if" . if Q DEBATING TEAM: Shaaron Keggereis, Jack Simpson Betty Jolly, John Doerr, Mr. Beenen, Beth Wilson, Ran- dolph Riley, Marc Caplan, Gayle Farrell. mllll Audio- Visual JIMMY FRANKLIN ...... ................... P resident JOHNNY BISHOP ...... ............. V ice-President LARRY HOLT .......................... Secretary-Treasurer HUGH SLOAN ............................................ Reporter NORMAN COLE .... Student Council Representative The organization of the Audio-Visual Club in 1956 was prompted to inform members of their responsibilities to the school and to promote a better attitude among operators. The club does not merely recognize service, but renders service. Mrs. Vera Melton, the advisor of the club, meets with the forty-two boys once each month as they make plans to provide sound for the dances, assemblies, and ball games, and to render other such services. TAPE RECORDER: Don Ellington, James Maynard, Phil Weeks, Pat Shuffier, Chuck Stuckey. PROJECTOR: Larry Rowland, James Newhouse, Bobby Jeffreys, James White, Michael Martin. Robert Cauthan. 2' .541 f v oo ' RF' A-V- OFFICERSI Norman Cole, Larry Holt, Jimmy EQUIPMENT ON FLOOR: celos Forbes, David Winkler, Franklm, Hugh Sloan, Johnny B1Sh0D- Robert Benton, Donald Sutherland, Benny Tesh. l 5 1, 7 D ff e x-V ta' Little Theatre MARTHA NEAL ..............................,......... President RICKY BARNES ...... ...... V ice-President DONNA HIPP .......... ...... ..,..,...,,, S e cretary MILLIE DUVALL ...................................... Treasurer PAULA MORRIS, MIKE CORKRAN Parliamentarians LITTLE THEATRE OFFICERS: Miuie Duvall, Mike cork- Members ef the Broughton Little Theatre have devoted much of their time and effort to presenting plays for the student body. Its purposes have been A ee B E E he B he E ee B to instruct students in the functions of a working theater as well as to give talented students the op- portunity to perform before an audience. In the Little Theatre, the members became acquainted with back-stage work as well as on-stage perfor- mance. More than fifty members participated in this club, which met each first and third Thursday of the month. This year the Little Theatre's produc- tion was "The Loud Red Patrick," which was quite successful. ran, Martha Neal, Paula Morris, Donna Hipp. GOLDEN MASQUERS: Mrs. Wooten, Martha Haywood, Donna Hipp, Judy Watkins, Martha Neal. I First row: Donna Hipp, Carol Lawson, Scott Smith, Shirley Pane, Beth Wilson, Charles Graham, Lacy Rich, Paula Morris, Sue Watkins, Mrs. Wooten. Second row: Martha Neal, Kent Williams, Millie Duvall, Robin Andrews, Sue Bishop, Betty Willis, Susan Crawford, Barbara Hassell, Judy Watkins. Third row: Sandra Fry, Peggy Bell, Roxanne Rogers, Helen Barbour, Dottie Ingram, Betty Bevacqua, David Winkler, Martha Haywood, Sallie Sharpe. Fourth row: Wendy Merriam, Laura Hall, Barbara Quessenberry, Dana McCurdy, Deanne Johnston, Miriam Friedlander, Barbara Grosch, Mary Dysart, Carolyn Cobb, Mike Corkran. Fifth row: Barbara Cusworth, Jean Watson, Betsy Hayes, Sara Lynn Dor- sey, Anne Gardner, Dorcas Grigg, Betsy Carson. 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STEVE EASON ..... ..........,.. P resident BILLY SEALEY ..... ...... V ice-President DINO SAPARILAS .................... Secretary MICHAEL HART .......,.............. Treasurer RONNIE WATKINS .... Sergeant-at-Arms The Vocational Industrial Club of Broughton has as its purpose to grow in honesty, loyalty, and dependability, and to continue an active search for knowl- edge. Farmer S. Smith is the club's ad- visor. The thirty V.I.C. members meet once a month for a dinner meeting. Their spe- cial events during the year include aiding a needy family at Christmas, attending the State V.I.C. convention, and attending the, Employer-Employee Banquet, where each boy invites his employer to a dinner meeting. The club has no money-making projects, however, a picnic is held an- nually for the members. The V.I.C. is directly related to the vocational industrial. classes and further assists the members in doing a better job. The V.I.C. was organized in 1956, and since that time the entire club has been awarded four consecutive gold medal awards for merit. First row: Bill Deaton, Jerry Creech, Bill Sealey, Steve. Eason, Ronnie Watkins, Mike. Hart. Second row: Dino Sapa- rilas, Eddie Coleman, Bill Goodwin, Coley Nobling. Thzrd row: Tom McM11lan, Donnie Green, Tim Brantley, Thomas Austin, James Slater, Bill Easterling, Jim Overby. Fourth row: Freddy Taylor, Allen Reid, Bill Hart. J. D. Tant. Bobby Penny, Jim Humphrey. - ' dd A k, D D ' , Ph'l R'tter, Steele Trail, Artie Ingram, Norman Cole. Second Tow: b.IS1lIt?I'dur11?e1IqdlI,lI3tiianIN?lcE1lielebon yfgzljacre Pciavlgellfuginnnid Messer, Sandra Fry, Elizabeth Finlator, Ida Forbes, B111 White, John Buchan Dennis Cuddy. 'Third Tow: Ginny Vaden, Bill Perry, John Moulton, Alice Graham, Marli Mauch, Paul ocial tudies Club BILL PERRY ....... ...... P resident GINNY VADEN ...... ...... S ecretary BILL WHITE ...... ................. T reasurer PHIL RITTER ............ Sergeant-at-Arms In 1958 the Broughton Social Studies Club was organized to increase interest in social studies and to honor students of exceptional ability in this field. Meetings are held twice each month, and programs are planned to conform to the purposes of the club. Members learn about local government, world problems, and subjects related to their Social Studies courses. To become a member of the Social Studies Club, a student must maintain a "B" average and must be voted into the club by its members. This year thirty stu- dents and their advisors, Mrs. Fountain and Mr. Morris, participated in club ac- tivities. As one of its projects, the Brough- ton Social Studies Club contributes to the Raleigh Community Ambassador fund. 115 '9- ll my . ll I, a . ll 1- I - ll at . B4 R . AIM , ' - , -f , , X 'Tl ii l Ili if I A - ,,, an u ll ni as f,,,,,., fs , - l ff 4' F ,, 1, - SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS: William White, Bill Perry, Ginny Vaden. 141 Phil Ritter, OFFICERS: Linda Gillis, Joyce Howell, Barbara Pritchett, Bettie Watkins, Lynn Davis, Judy Cook. Lib l b JUDY COOK ........................ President BETTIE WATKINS ...... Vice-President LYNN DAVIS ...........,,,.,,,,,,, Secretary BARBARA PRITCHETT ........ Treasurer LINDA GILLIS ,.-,--,..---.. --hhll R epofrtefr Serving the school, the Library Club promotes better understanding of books and the library. Under the leadership ton, the club, consisting of sixty-two members, meets once a month. Com- bined with the Audio-Visual Club, they sponsor a spring picnic. Special recog- nition goes to Mary Bright, who is this zine. DESK: Joan Green, Clare Powell, Diane Turner, Diane Ramsey, Nancy Newton, Melissa Perry, Libby Howard, Mollie Mozingo, Carolyn Lasater. of their officers and advisor, Mrs. Mel- year's state editor of the Library maga- BOOK TRUCK: Jane Cook, Pat Caldwell, Frances Macon, Faye Allen, Kathy Edwards, Sally Ragsdale. BULLETIN BOARD: Becca Garrett, Ginger Blackwell, Jan Kramer, Mary Bright. FILING CABINET: Amy Hardwicke, Judy Horne, Brenda Cr1bb, Margaret Journigan. QYUHIJ JB 3 , ,ve . we Bti?-"JE M31 ' Q ' A MI? XffW""i7 f CARD CATALOG: Janice Beaver, Carol Woodhouse, Geneva Parrish, Becky Shimer, Cheryl Mahood. AT TYPEWRITER: Nancy Sutherland, Rita Simpson, Dena Horton, Annette Upchurch. E+ ,nt J ,, 5' 5 , , V, y Am K it 5 ' 5 1 " gig' ' 1 NEWSPAPERS: Linda Smith, Diane Costner, Sarah Hanna, Sarah LeMay, Becky Murley. Q RED CROSS-WRAPPING CHRISTMAS PRESENTS: Marsha Fralick, Alma Jo Hall, Betsy Buford, Beth Wilson, Eric Tannery, Barbara Stephenson, Mary Garriss, Herbert Utter. Red Cross Council xfrdu .-5, i i gt.-7 jx 'Z ff RED CROSS OFFICERS: Sitting: Eric Tannery, Betty Garriss. Standing: Shaaron Keggereis, Betty Willis, Marian Esser, Alma Jo Hall. BETTY GARRISS .......... President Si-:AARON KEGGEREIS Vice-President BETTY WILLIS .........,., Secretary MARIAN ESSER ..........,. Treasurer ALMA Jo HALL Program Chairman ERIC TANNERY Projects Chairman Established last year for the pur- pose of planning and carrying out Red Cross activities at Broughton, the Red Cross Council consisted of one representative from each home- room. These and all other inter- ested students met once a month with Miss Coffey, their advisor. At the first of the school year, each homeroom collected one dol- lar for every thirty students so that the school could subscribe to the Red Cross Journal. In December the members and other students went to the chapter house and wrapped Christmas packages for the veterans in Durham. On Feb- ruary 6. the club presented a water- safety demonstration which in- cluded some basic lifesaving skills. QHTUN o 461014 Marching Band Eddie Barber, George Bradley, Sherry Buffaloe, Lynn Bullard, Bill Carmichael, Gordon Carson, Janice Carter, Lynn Davis, Walter Davis, Linda Denton, Mike Drabick, Darrell Edwards, Donald Fitts, Skip Flythe, Ruffin Franklin, Ben Freeman, Miriam Friedlander, Tommy Garriss, Kent Goddard, Tommy Greene, Frank Griffin, Tommy Grubbs, Carl Haigh, Ken Helser, Neal Hinton, Kern Holoman, Larry Hopkins, Dale Hunsucker, Martin Hyatt, Danny Isom, Jerry Johnson, Bobby Jones, Larry Jones, Michael Jones, Dan Junkin, Benson Kirk- man, Harry Kirkman, Dick Klingman, Howard Kruse, Allan Lamb, Mart Lassiter, Paul Latham, Ronnie Sue Leith, Barbara McNeill, Rod Marsh, Earl Martin, Lloyd Martin, Tim Matthews, Stella Memory, Grady Miller, Jimmy Moore, Sterling Nel- son, Jimmy Newhouse, Margo Nolstad, James Pope, Jo Ann Porter, Dudley Price, Glenn Randall, Carrie Rouse, Ronnie Satteriield, Ed Schiller, Marshall Sea- ley, Joe Seegers, Doug Smith, Monty Smith, Rodney Smith, Allyson Starling, Jan Swiger, Joe Snavely, Robert Winton, Gary Witter, Linda Witter, Al Wood, Susan Crawford. 4 Qc? O 'il Symphonic Band ll v-- f ,v--vfv-- ' -A ----- --- -W-I-A Y Y an L Y , , .Y ,4l - I . A 4 I . rf . I W1 "1 117-7 -,,. L- . I.,...n-stfin-1hnn'Y""'L hy' - . . v , , y . , it azf. S S I E I Q 1 , r 3 , I ' 1' .'2i vu p 1, 3,1 I! 1 i ' , 3 . . , s 3 FLUTE iFran Lynch, Ann Kaufman, Ronnie Sue Leith, Rodney Marsh, Lynn Davis, Dudley Price, Jean Watson, Christie Block, Barbara McNeil, Lynda Denton. FLAT CLARINET Walter Davis. E B FLAT CLARINET tLinda Witter, Howard Kruse, Walter Davis, Bobby Jones, Randy Heaton, Harry Kirkman, Sherry Buffalo, Clyde Long, Carrie Rouse, Dan Junkin. ALTO CLARINET iJimmy Moore, Charles Stott, Alan Lamb. BAss CLARINET iBob Vick, George Bradley. BASSOON U0 Ann Porter, Kern Holoman, Sterling Nelson. SAXOPHONE iThomas Grubbs, Ronald Satterfield, James Pope, Lee Weaver. CORNET 'iDarrell Edwards, John Hopkins, Don Widen- President-Dale Hunsucker Secretary-Lynn Davis house, Kenneth Helser, Tim Matthews, Mike Jones, Jimmy Weathers, Carl Haigh, Trudy Wilkes, Bill Holloway. FRENCH HORN iRobert Winton, Margo Nolstad, Larry Jones, Tommy Greene, Mike Drabick, Jerry Johnson, Benson Kirkman. TROMBONE 9fGordon Carson, Grady Miller, Ben Freeman, Ed Schiller, David Kesterson. BARITONE i'Danny Isom, Paul Averette, Donald Fitts. WIND BAss "4Jan Swiger, Mart Lassiter, Joe Snavely, Page McKellar. STRING BASS Stella Memory. PERCUSSION 'iLloyd Martin, Eddie Barber, Monty Smith, Earl Martin, Bill Carmichael. TYMPANI "iDale Hunsucker. it Indicates Section Leader of Symphonic Band. Senior Representative--Larry Jones Junior Representative-Grady Miller Sophomore Representative-Monty Smith 146 VIOLIN S 2 Kaye Franklin, Pat Strupler, Becky Bradley, Bret Miller, Lynn Bullard, Kay Lumden, Gary Pritchard, Emmy Moore, Jan White, Kay Topps, Linda Enzor, David Moffett, Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Margie Mason, Cathy Cooper, Brenda Nicholson. VIOLA 1 Martha Norwood, Sherry Ussery, Louise Reynolds, Alice Reynolds. CELLO: Anne Gardner, Ann Joslin, Betsey Kimrey. STRING BASS: Stella Memory, Martha Usry, Becky West, Ramona Reynolds. FLUTE : Fran Lynch, Ann Kaufman, Ronnie Sue Leith, Dudley Price. Orch es tra CLARINET: Linda Witter, Walter Davis, Marian Friedlander. BASSON: James Pope. FRENCH HORNS: Robert Winton, Margo Nolstad, Larry Jones, Paul Latham, Tommy Greene. TRUMPET: Don Weidenhouse, Darrell Edwards, John Hopkins, Kenneth Helser. TROMBONE: Gordon Carson, Ben Freeman, Ed Schiller. TUBA: Jan Swiger. PERCUSSION: Dale Hunsucker, Earl Martin, Tommy Greene. 'rg ' M, fl Z" ".f1f I I 5 'I 'N' fl 2 fi 55 ,5 ig, 3. 5. -,. rl,-fi if ,I f , ,A , fmiv .1 ig, K Qi, . lui VL A A A Q . 147 Choral Ensemble HERB JACKSON ...,.,.......,.......... .............. P resident JOHN WALLACE LAMBERT .............. Vice-President SYLVIA BRADLEY .................. Secretary-Treasurer JAN TURNER, JOAN ETCHELLS .............. Librarians ROBERT HOWARD .........L............................ Historian BILLIE BUSBY, MARY HARTsFIELD..Accompanists The Choral Ensemble is a selected group of sing- ers that has brought an honorable name to Needham Broughton over the past years. The purposes of this organization are to sing for the student body, to represent the school at public events, to give public programs, and to afford gifted singers a wide range of musical opportunity. The Ensemble was organized in 1950. This year the Ensemble had twenty-seven members. The group met every day at fourth period and worked hard with Mrs. Freeman. In the fall the Ensemble gave an excellent pro- gram for the public. It was entitled, "A New York Revue." The Ensemble also sang at such events as the Thanksgiving assembly, Honor Society induc- tions, Christmas program, Civitan Christmas party, Lion's Club Christmas party and North Carolina Insurance Department banquet. The Sir Walter Lion's Club, Musical Arts Society, and Raleigh Music Club had the Ensemble in their programs after Christmas. During the spring the Ensemble presented a concert, as well as participating in the Easter assembly. The North Carolina high schools have annual projects in which the Ensemble takes part. These propects were the East Carolina NCEA district Boy's Festival on February 2, on March 1, and State Choral Festival in Greensboro on April 19 and 20. Money is made by an admission for the public concerts. This money is used for the advancement of our Vocal M.usic Department. The Mixed Chorus also participated in Project Boy, which was the East Central NCEA district Boy's Festival on February 2 in Raleigh, and in the District Music Contest in Durham on March 1. Front row: Genevieve Jeffreys, Patti Campbell, Georgia Howard, Karen Engard, Pat Mooney, Judy Watkins, Sylvia Bradley, Nancy Pettigrew, Jan Turner, Gayle Hardy, Francine Mardarello, Mary Hartsfield., B11l1e Busby, Joan Etchells, Ann Moore. Back row: Anthony Honeycutt, Ronnie Perkinson, Steve Stephenson, Dennis Cuddy, S. D. Small, John Lambert, Herb Jackson, Bill Hube, Robert Howard, Don Davis, Kirk Clark, Buck Horton. 1, I If X l , I S , , K - ,R E , , 31, I I 1 . , Q A 1 1 . 5 I . g 4 , xv If , - 5 Y' It ,YQ , f -I . 2 ' I f M A I ., V . T ,. ,4ig , A A L..- v...,.,, --g-V- . . CHCRUS MEMBERS: Joanna Aiken, Laura Allen, Marilyn Amsbury, Diane Barbour, Bill Benson, Barbara Beville, Bebe Blades, Carolyn Blake, Charles Bradshaw, Glenda Bunn, Billy Busby, Elsie Lee Butler, Jean Capps, Annette Chap- pell, Bobby Clark, Jerry Cobb, Clark Cockerham, Joan Cooke, Rex Cooper, Charles Couch, Judi Covert, Sally Crump, Jim Elliott, Ann Ferree, RuH'in Franklin, Gene Freeman, Dickie Gay, Bill Ginger, Bennie Goetz, David Goodwin, Ginger Grier, Barbara Grosch, Sarah Hanna, Vallie Harmon, Nancy Harrelson, Sarah Harris, Jane Helms, Billy High, Pamela Hill, Celia Hockaday, Janice Holland, Dorothy Holomon, Martha Bruce Hughes, Cheribeth Humphrey, Sandra Ingram, Deanne Johnston, Brenda Jones, Danny Jones, Lynn Jones, Shaaron Keggereis, Fred King, Johnny Lambert, Peggy Lassiter, Joanna Lawrence, Anne Lynch, Patricia Lynn, Jayne Mann, Allison Matthias, Barbara Miller, Mary Jo Moore, Eva Mae Morris, Dottie Sue Nahikian, Eddie Newton, Sarah Newton, Barbara Nikalson, Eileen Nicholson, John Nipper, Carolyn Pack, Ann Pridgen, Lillian Pruitt, Edna Reaves, Neal Ridge, Richard Robertson, Toni Rothrock, Gail Sasser, Sue Scarborough, Sylvia Scarlette, Jeanne Stancil, Mary Stewart, Bobby Stewart, Sylvia Strickland, Frances Sumner Carol Sykes, Carolyn Thompson, Mary Lou Thompson, Mike Upchurch, Kent Williams, Martha Wolfe, Thad Woodard 7 9 Barbara Woodson, Austol Youmans. Advanced Mixed Chorus BILLY HIGH ............... ............ P resident CLARK COCKERHAM ..... ..... V ice-President SYLVIA SCARLETTE ...... .- ......... Secretary GINGER GRIER .......... ................. T reasurer JOHNNY LAMBERT .................... Sergeant-at-Arms JANE HELMS, SUE SCARBOROUGH, J OANNA AIKEN, BARBARA BEVILLE .............................. Lzbrarzans SHAARON KEGGEREIS, REX COOPER, ANNE LYNCH, SARAH HARRIS ...,...........,.............. Accompamsts The Advanced Mixed Chorus is the largest organi- zation of the Needham Broughton Vocal Music Department. The Chorus gives the singers a chance to develop singing skills in group work. Ninety-seven students took an active part in the chorus this year. Music was a core subject, and the group met every day. By working together the Chorus produced excel- lent Fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Spring Con- certs. Also, the group sang for the Baccalaureate Service. 149 9 1 , ,pf Girls: Barbara Kahdy, Diane Strickland, Kate Johnson, Bunny Church, Karen Viall, Mary Ann Weathers, Hannah Nicholson, Audrey Wall. Bous: David Fore, Stanley Hofmeister, Steve Lee, Robert Liles, Mike Southern, Jerry Leonard, Buddy Atkins, Steve Sixteen marshals are elected annually to serve music departments outside of school hours. Mar- t 11 h 1- -d bl' d t 1 t- i shals must maintain an 82.5 average and display a a SC 0,0 W1 e assem IES Fm a C ass mee mgii poise at all times. Head marshal for the 1962-63 Other duties include mars aling at graduation an School year was Steve Ben, with Mr. Holyfield as special programs sponsored by the dramatics and advisor. 150 MEMBERS: Elsie Butler, Betsy Buford, Diane Costner, George Glass, Diane Eubanks, Byrd Eubank, Barbara Beville, Barbara Baker, Charles Graham, Susan Grant, Pete Harris, Martha Haywood, Paul Hoch, Margie Jones, Shaaron Keg- gereis, Frances Macon, Sarah Newton, Walter Murray, Shirley Paine, Dorothy Perry, Jo Ann Porter, Joyce Rogers, Gail Sasser, Buddy Watkins, Judy Westmoreland, Beth Wilson, Linda Witter, Barbara Hassell, and Betsy Smith. Mizpah Devotional GEORGE GLASS .......... ...... ............. P 1' esident MARTHA HAYWooD ,.,.,....,.,............ Vice-President SUSAN GRANT ........... ........ S ecretary-Treasurer JOYCE ROGERS .......................... Sergeant-at-Arms Several years ago some students at Broughton felt the need for a period of Christian fellowship before the day began. They decided to meet each morning with one member leading a discussion and with a special speaker speaking each Friday. At- tendance would not be compulsory and there would be no dues. The group called itself the Mizpah Devotional Club because it adopted the Mizpah, a covenant between Lahan and Jacob. At the con- clusion of each meeting, the members pray the covenant: "May the Lord Watch between me and thee, while we are absent one from the other." This year approximately thirty members With advisor Colonel Johnson met each morning in the Student Dining Room. At Thanksgiving the club provided food for a needy family and at Christmas visited several prisons and rest homes to provide entertainment. The club performs such services with the purpose of helping others. o'1 " wiv? . ,HX lv .. 1-gym.. :' 'V '.,7i2""'A f .- - , chool Helpers MIMEO ASSISTANTS , , -A, . ,K , -1 , N . ,. .A V v , -4, , ', ,ff . " ' ' , -,... 1 ff-ff V ., M' , . A CAFETERIA HELP .. M . BUS DRIVERS L ' 1 . x , , , . as 'A 5 if . -.xx , ,Q ,,,, x , 4 49 f Mi,g,fv L 4? f ,A , f 5 f Office Assistants f . 1 Q Suu! ..,4' '- 'E' ,,,,. 55 ' huqv' X.. 'Ek Ph 'rv-Q.. '? , 3 3 4 . F' frkb P E 5 X Q . EQ " A Ii Y i It 5 5- i, E P lr l 1 n A 4?' I 4 .'m'.' f' ...N . 4, , s Wi it! , llllsalil or 'DW -wlrif Sports events-the times when we socialized informally as a school. We felt ourselves growing closer together as we cheered our team on to Victory or swallowed the bitterness of Defeat. During football season we thrilled to the color and precision of the Marching Band and the dash and drama of our purple and gold warriors in Riddick Stadium. We hoped for another championship, but our hopes were drowned in the rain accompanying Homecoming. But we moved on into basketball season . . . We sat under hot lights and watched as our long-legged Art Heymans and Billy Cunninghams raced furiously up and down the court in search of victory. And always there were pep rallies . We screamed with the cheerleaders, and we felt a real sense of Belonging. For the boys who played and the students who watched, sports provided real excitement that made us say, "We're from Broughton, Couldn't be prouder!" f 1. 9- ' "" 4537 'C 144 1 fi? r"l:j"'-'lu' '- "" 1 ffffglllu-ni.. w 1 1 -ii ,Q I 4? 4 .. 1' -W, 1 ' Q Q LN. - :wg N.. '1 ' V ,4"m'w-QQ" ' . 0 f r ' ' ' Q, V-W!!-5 - + ' ' ..- X a- ! .-. . V V x 462- Q-W1 -fy. . . .V m' Q , 1 X ,L ' u j WX' , -s ...H I ootball The 1962-63 Needham Broughton football season started with a bang. The first game was played the day after school opened and the team, which had been practicing since August 15, was ready to go. Austol Youmans and Billy High were the co- captainsg Pate Brendle was the only' sophomore on the team, and Clyde Walker, Jr. was the mascot. Memories of the season include: the night Brough- ton shattered Glass, the Virginia State Champions, the bus trips, the game in the rain at Fayettevilleg Danny Talbot and the Rocky Mount game, the rained-out homecomingg the injuries that plagued the Caps, the close scores, the good defense, the band, cheerleaders, and majorettesg the first Enloe vs. Broughton game, J.V.g and many more. The Caps finished the season with a 6-3-1 record and tied for second place in the conference. Honors came to the co-captains, Billy and Austol, who played in the Shrine Bowl game. A11 in all, the 1962-63 football season was one to remember. 1 W- ' -'1f' 1 111 ' ' 'ff' 'CQ f-- ' ,A-'-'I ' , 5 5' K K -Q F4 1 ails, j N g ,... zz.. - f t .- .- HA- at le Q W 3. "',:.,,, 6 , P t f I. '- . e , - 252. , Q i 4 1 ff yiz iiw' ,f ff v ' f 1- ' 4 .1 fa . ' 4, H Q fl 1? 5 i Zig 4 , 'I , , 1 . , Q, 1 LN' Ai ' .V 'X . 4 3 ' 44 CoAc1-1 CLYDE WALKER COACHES: Don Woods, Frank Steed, Olin Broadway, Jim Stutts. Y. ,lg gansg Q? ta. 5920 f-a5SMURE.PA. 4- I v 'XP xl ,X 'ijt' ". is: 1 N", " Y I " Aj r'.'Q,'-six' xi?w.3':"- " 'QY.'xBs'xN.L " 'lc 44 A H Q, Q, i.u.,,or r.. i . wg or , 5- M .agp M A f, ' , ., Ka, ' .,. '. f D, ., q' "'f :. 13 A -'jf .F Qi'-V , 'ML -,-1 ef, r . , I , if.- Q ff if i gi ,.,f,woff,isa.f , GJ r js, .nh ,I eff. 'L L4 f 3e1lg,7,A',ig?M JV b VL' H if..-Q -in 5 19.1-sr fffir 1962 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class '10 Larry Moore ............ QB 5' 8" 155 Senior 58 Charles Smallwood .... E 6' 2 195 Senior 12 Buddy Atkins .......... QB 5' 5" 140 Junior 60 Reid Goe ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,. T 5' 7 175 Senior 14 Kip Ferrell ..------------ QB 5'10" 150 S6f1i01' 61 Clark Cockerham ...... T 6' 0 200 Senior 16 Woody Eatman ........ QB 6' 1" 165 Junior 62 Carl Cortex- ,.,..,.,,.,,,,,, T 6' 4 205 Senior '20 Irvin Smith -------------- HB 5' 8" 160 SeHi0r 63 Dennis Barbour ...,,...., T 5' 8 190 Junior 21 Pate Bfsndle ---------- HB 5 9M 150 S0911 +64 Dick Anderson .......... T 6' 4 225 Senior 22 Gary Pflchafd -------- HB 5' 7,, 150 Sen?0f 65 Donnie Hughes .......... 'r 5'11 205 Junior 23 Jerry Joyner """""" HB 5 9 150 Senior '66 Richard Goodwin ...... T 6' 4 205 Senior 24 Howard White ........ HB 5' 8" 140 Junior 68 Eric Tanner T 6, 0 205 J - , ,, . y .............. unior 25 Terry Benson """"" HB 5 10 150 Junior 70 Richard Farmer G 5' 6 185 Senior "'26 Austol Youmans .... HB 5' 8" 170 Senior 71 John Ro 1 nd """" G 5, 8 170 J mor 33 """ gl Y" --------l---G 51 8 3 im utt ,,,,..........,. ' " enior , , """""" , , '34 Levoyd Whitehead ,,FB 5' 8" 170 Senior 73 Ervin Bfldges ------------ G 5,11 160 Senior 36 Wayne Bell ---..4-------. FB 6' 1" 180 Junior 74 Thornas GateWood .... G 6, 0 200 Junior 50 Tim W1-erm ..'--'.--."-.-- E 51 0" 155 Junior 75 Eddie Schwerln ........ G 5' 9 150 Senior 51 Gary Jessup ,--,.,---,.,---- E 6' 0" 175 Senior 576 Billy High .................. G 6 0 225 Senior 52 David Harvey .i,,,,,,.,,, E 6' 1" 160 Junior '78 Frank Robinson ........ G 5'11 190 Senior 53 Phil Holden ...,.,,,...,..,. E 6' 0" 170 Junior 80 Nick Nicholson .......... C 5'10 150 Senior '54 Dick Rider .................. E 6' 2" 175 Senior 82 Jerry Powell .............. C 5' 9 170 Senior 55 Doug Bridges .............. E 6' 3" 185 Junior '84 Eddie Morris ..... ...... C 5' 9 185 Senior '56 Stan Hofmeister ........ E 6' 2" 195 Senior 86 Barry Carter ,,,,.,,,,,,,,, C 5' 9 180 Junior i' Probable Starters. Coaches C C t - CLYDE WALKER DON WooDs 0' ap am JIM STUTTS FRANK STEED AUSTOL YOUMANS BILLY HIGH oLiN BROADWAY Managers RUSTY BRITT BILL HESTER Mascot WHITT WEBB MARC CAPLAN CYLDE WALKER, JR. BROUGHTON VARSITY RECORD Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Greensboro ......... ...... . Lynchburg ..... Wilson ..... Durham .......... W1lm1ngton ....... ....... Goldsboro ...... JacksonV1lle ....... ...... . Reynolds ......... 1 -'XG lit Q? 33 otto .+ hh? Broughton Fayetteville ...... .... . Broughton Rocky Mount ...... ....... 1 3 FOOTBALL MANAGERS: arc Ca Aan, Bill L Hester, Scotty Honeycutt, Busty Bri , Charlie Stokes, Vaughan Adams, X' . 1 xg, , ' .fWQ' I fl? 470 yu , 1 A d fmfwff A MW "D of ,A ,f , ,fn WW Q . Xhaln llqllkwablf J .O-ff fmigwl I ,ZJMLIV7 L14 944,55 Lfbggtfgffuz C! ,QKLZ f fl X L ff' A' A L. 1 f ff Q Ll T,-, ,ff ft ' I yvf V , L , A ,JAWQJ ,W40lLf4wfug1 1447157 MA LAX. ,av 1 A , 4 ff ,tl. ffl wwf JH rf M4 . AUSTOL YOUMANS, Co-Captain BILLY HIGH, Co-Cafntain ' WD! Ugly. l uf'-7' flax ': 1 Mp 1 1 I' 'I MQW is I , K 9 565 ENDS: Front row: Chip Smallwood, Doug Bridges, Dick Rider. Back row: Phil Holden, David Harvey, Stan Hofmeister, Gary Jessup, Tim Wrenn. Y, I 5, 'E .1 js' J. BE 15 1U CENTERS AND QUARTERBACKS: F1-ont row: Larry Moore, " Buddy Atkins. Back row: Barry Woody Eaton, Kip F rr PASS RECEIVING Caught Youmans, Raleigh ..... ....... 8 Bridges, Raleigh ....... ....... 4 Joyner, Raleigh ......... ....... 4 Smith, Raleigh .................. ........ 3 Hofmeister, Raleigh ........ ....... 2 Rider, Raleigh ........... ....... 2 Bell, Raleigh ............ ....... 1 White, Raleigh ........ ....... 1 RUSHING Att. Youmans, Raleigh ..... ....... 1 34 Bell, Raleigh .......... ....... 9 8 Smith, Raleigh ............... ....... 9 6 Whitehead, Raleigh ....... ....... 4 3 Prichard, Raleigh ..... ....... 3 3 Joyner, Raleigh ...... ....... 1 9 Ferrell, Raleigh ...... ....... 2 4 Moore, Raleigh ...... ....... 4 6 White, Raleigh ........ ....... 1 3 Shoot, Raleigh ........... .... 4 Benson, Raleigh ....... .... 2 Yards 43 37 37 20 23 32 18 4 Yds. 564 453 431 150 142 92 74 92 54 6 3 e e Nick Carter, Eddie Powell. F9 it . w. , I .. K n 3 I :fm HALFBACKS: Irvin Smith, Terry Benson, Pete Brendle, How- Billy High and Coach Walker ard White, Jerry Joyner, Gary Prichard, Austol Youmans. RUSHING DEFENSE Yards Av'g. Fayetteville 745 74.5 Raleigh 782 78.2 Rocky Mount 1,079 107.9 Durham 1,267 126.7 Goldsboro 1,391 139.1 Wilmington 1,804 180.4 Wilson 2,397 239.7 PASS DEFENSE Team PA PC PI Yds. Avg. TD Raleigh 79 32 6 327 32.7 4 Goldsboro 100 34 4 388 38.8 3 Durham 95 42 4 492 49.2 1 Fayetteville 125 48 12 507 50.7 2 Rocky Mt. 125 45 12 596 59.6 3 Wilmington 98 31 6 618 61.8 8 Wilson 91 41 3 728 72.8 10 TOTAL DEFENSE Team Rush Pass Total Avg. Raleigh 782 327 1,109 110.9 Fayetteville 745 507 1,252 125.2 Rocky Mt. 1,079 596 1,675 167.5 Durham 1,267 492 1,759 175.9 Goldsboro 1,391 388 1,779 177.9 Wilmington 1,804 613 2,417 241.7 Wilson 2,397 728 3,125 312.5 RUSHING OFFENSE Team Yards Av'g. Rocky Mount 2,146 214.6 Raleigh 1,971 197.1 Goldsboro 1,847 184.7 Fayetteville 1,752 175.2 Wilmington 1,498 149.8 Durham 1,323 132.3 Wilson 928 99.8 PASS OFFENSE Team PA PC PI Yds. Avg. TD Rocky Mt. 94 38 6 682 68.2 8 Wilmington 117 46 Fayetteville 70 36 Wilson 102 45 Durham 116 43 Goldsboro 77 35 Raleigh 64 24 7 661 68.1 4 2 638 63.8 4 5 521 52.1 0 14 508 50.8 5 6 397 39.7 7 4 221 22.1 0 TOTAL OFFENSE Team Rocky Mt. Fayetteville Goldsboro Raleigh Wilmington Durham Wilson Rush Pass Total 2,146 1,752 1,847 1,671 1,404 1,323 922 682 2,828 638 2,390 397 2,244 221 2,192 461 2,150 508 1,051 521 1,519 Av'g. 282.8 239.0 224.4 219.2 213.0 183.1 151.9 1 1 ,- 1.144 1 'W A M .5 A-P' wiv .. ,, r is fi, FULLBACKS: Standing: Wayne Bell, Levoyd Whitehead. Kneeling: Jim Shutt. 'I - .. ." We 4 c N.- -,, , , ,. . .F 1 ki lit' 4 Vw mf' vi GUARDS: Sitting: Bill Boudman, Tommy Gatewouod, Robbie Robin- TACKLES: Front row: Clark Cockerham Dick son. Kneeling: John Rowland, B111y High, Ervin Bridges, Eddie Anderson, Richard Goodwin, Carl Corter. Second Schwefln, Richard Farmer. row: Reed Goe, Dennis Barbour, Eric Tanner 161 Donnie Hughes. Cheer Broughton High School Broughton must win Fight to the finish Never give in Crah, rah You do your best, boys We'11 do the rest, boys Fight on to victory Rah! Rah! Rah! . . oo tball BROUGHTON JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD Broughton .,.,,. 6 Wilmington .... ........ 1 3 Broughton ...... 27 Wilson ................. ..... 0 Broughton .,.... 6 Rocky Mount ...... ..... 7 Broughton ,,.,,. 26 Fayetteville ....... ..... 5 Broughton ...... 9 Durham ....,.... ..... 5 Broughton ,.,.,. 0 Goldsboro ........... ..... 1 3 Broughton ...... 7 ROCky Mount ...... ..... 6 Broughton ...... 0 Enloe ................... ..... 7 Broughton ...... 9 Wilson ...... ..... 0 First row: Robbie Evans, Jimmy Eddins, Champ Mitchell, Narty Cutler, Woody West, Bennie Tesh, Frankie Price, Dan Boone, Mike Pedneau, Jimmy Murray. Second row: Jimmy Shugart, Tim Rider, David Kesterson, Johnny Bishop, John Bratton, Larry Giles, Tom Johnson, Donald Wagner, Dickie Whitfield, Kurt I-lube, Phil Weeks. Third row: Charlie gtcijkes, llgflanagerg Bill Fisher, Ralph Schiller, Doug Gillis, Bobby Revely, John Williamson, Tim Wrenn, Thomas Moore, o ert ' A . rowning, Vaughan dams, Manager QW -I , ' '79 GM QMP' 'irq ...Q 4'-V4g,r4i-fit Jew ' Q1 i 1-W I fl 71 ,ea 'f egg, ,, QMA4 ff' ,W-'ui , " " I 'JA .gchar 'QA 1 I V, s 9 .4 'Xe' 'W Q' L' XX S36 T, Glenda Klingman, Headg Carolyn Newhouse, Margaret Mustard, Suzy Sterling, Judy Moser flhzjorettes Judy, Shirley, Glenda, Suzy, Margaret, and Carolyn h : ,, "'- ' q : say a victory wish before a game. I . 374 1' ax qi 4 X 1 .. Q X nj ,gb-.dd Xt I f., '1 j . x K ftp 5 J- '. F A V -P 1 N I I' V' 5 . 1 fi, , '+" - fx, H., I 3' X I I i 3 Gift -N4 X ,ff xx g 4' 4? ,, V, 5 flag, 'i K X ' 7 XB' ,"" ' S 4 A . ryf ...,..."'V' 1 t ' S 1 Q 5 Jan White, Headg Susan Poyner, Kate Johnson, Marietta Hardison, Brett Miller, Charlotte Atkinson, Becky Coley Audrey Wall. Cheerleaders Audrey, Brett, Kate, Marietta, Jan, Susan, Ann, Charlotte, and Becky ignite school spirit. IT 3 fi If 1 v il .-tiff' g".' ' sf 1' ' ' r wx , I:.'- '-U ,A :J 1 -F ,--'--nf-if -- sf- LW 1- , " T' P "' 'W ia-' ' X11 '-'f.E".F:.""7. fi. T' ' '4 'C if ,-il!-gf- .A Q.,-M-ff',. " 1' X -W 1.1 sl- ".."'1:--Lf "'fL'ui,.-"'l'.,.. 4. --, ,. s-'-1375. ' f' Wy- "-13359 " .1 V ,gj"'Q,'.4 K ,, ,, ,.- A. ,M ., H .,...,-, - ..- -'fwfff "T flfifft a .,"':?i-5' ' Ili'-Tiff"-'1 .ALE kin, ,A-....lM.y . ,LKB 5 , , -LW tx 1 ,Y i at J, ' 'gf' 1' - "lk9"':f': r wr- rw ' - ' ,, ' ' I -Qiv-..- ,,-n...'- I 4 1 ",w'-f, .1-Q: 'An 131, 3 -' ' ' Q' ' -4.,,g3g.-.-?m':-' 1-1 -,,,, ,."4P-7' .i"'7'!E's-1-J' C , aff 1 7"f.r! ' "Uv-5 -' 5,1 Y I 3' W. -Y" J ""' J ""'-.. .W 4 V p-. K ." f-"J", " Q. ' f. fi , I 7 CIRCUS BAND: Ben Freeman, Gordon Carson, Jan Swiger, Earl Martin, Monty Smith Dan Isom Kenneth Helser Darrell pm. f -3 'env' a Edwards, Larry Jones. , , , QVNTON flow , 0, 1 u.,.r if Pep and sparkle, "that extra something"- these were provided by the Band at the games. They marched out on the field in perfect order, and their bright purple and gold uniforms and rousing music stirred the school spirit of every spectator. At halftime the audience sat amazed while the Band twined themselves in and out of complicated formations, all while playing anything from "Rock Around the Clocki' to "Moon River." At the end of each performance the Band lifted the crowd to its feet with "Cheer Broughton High School." Band members will not forget: practicing on cold mornings, bus trips, marching in parades, lining up for the team, keeping those shoes WHITEI, trying to think of ways to keep warm, wisecracks, and the Wonderful thrill of being in the Marching Band of 1962-1963. wimming SWIMMING TEAM RECORD Broughton --,.-,,-,.,-.,,.,,,, 39 N, C. State Freshmen ................ 54 Broughtgn .,,.-,. ..,,,., 2 9 N. C. State Freshmen ................ 65 Broughton ....... ....... 5 0 Rose High ------------------------- -------- 5 Broughton ....... ....... 3 3 Myers Park -------------- -------- 6 2 Broughton ....... ....... 5 0 Rose High --------4---------- -------- 4 5 Broughton ,,,,,,, .,,,,,, 4 6 U. N. C. Freshmen ........ ........ 4 8 Broughton ....... ....... 7 9 Page High ------------------- -------- 1 5 Broughton ,,,,... ....... 3 1 GI'i1'I1S1Cy High -.------ A------- 6 4 Broughton ....... ....... 2 8 Myers Park ........ ------.- 5 6 Brgughton ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 4 Grimsley High ..... .-..---- 6 0 E. C. C. INVITATIONAL Grimsley ...................................................... .------ 5 4 Broughton ......... .--.-.. 5 9 Rose High .................. ...-... 5 3 East Mecklenburg ....- ------- 3 5 co-CAPTAINS: Ben Park, Ronnie Gramby ,..,-,,--,,,,,,,,,, ....... 3 1 Welch- High Point ....... ....... 1 7 Statesville .................................... ............. 7 SWIMMING TEAM: First row: Robin Coffin, managerg Bill Bolton, Jimmy Greene, Ronnie Brande, Robbie Hitchings, Gus Anderson. Second row: Bill White, Rick Rhyne, Shelton White, Gerry Gibson, Tommy Upton, Dick Klingman, Macon Gooch, Buddy Aycock, Bill Rankin. Third row: Charlie Silver, Richard Jordan, David Warner, Paul Hoch, Lloyd Martin, Earl Martin, Bruce Straughan, Gary Horvitz, Bob Wickham. Fourth row: Mr. Thomason, coachg Bobby Jones, Ron Welch, Ben Park, Rik Danielson, Dick Young, Tommy Britt, manager. !,f""'r'STf7 1 w',- lilly... v ! 1 .7 2' jfilifl A 'V l , " :fi-M . X 1 x ami , BASKETBALL COACHES: Colonel Johnson, Olin Broad- way. 4 l The 1962-1963 basketball season at Broughton got underway the night of the Senior Barbecue with Jimmy Broadway and Irvin Smith as the co- captains. This was Mr. Broadway's first season as head coach. Colonel Johnson assisted him. For the first time organ music was played at the half-times and between games. Memories of the season in- clude: the J. V. team's record, Tim Rider's "wrong basket," losing contact lenses, bus trips, Tuesday night homework, practice from 3:30 to 6:30, close scores, cartwheels, snow, open houses, Bridges, lost coats, popcorn and drinks, C'he's our man," White, out-of-town games, hard bleachers, managers, Mau- ghan scores 29 points, the scorer's table, the L :Sz M, the buzzer, and the whole hard-working team. CO-CAPTAINS: Irvin Smith and Jimmy Broadway. Basketball VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: First row: Howard White, Ed Parker, Doug Bridges, Stewart Wilson, Billy Trott. Second row: Locke Holland, Irvin Smith, Rickey White, Steve Lee, Steve Horney. Third row: Jimmy Broadway, Tim Edwards, Steve Stephenson, Bill Hube, Richard Goodwin. VARSITY BASKETBALL RESULTS Broughton 73 ....... ,,,,,,, J acksonville Broughton ........ ....... R Ocky Mounti' Broughton 51 ....... ......... B urlington Broughton ,.,,,.,, ,,,.,,,,,., D urhamt Broughton 51 ....... .,,,.,,. G reensboro Broughton -,.---,--.- Wilson B1'0ught011 47 --High Point Broughton ...Fayetteville Broughton 49 ....... ....... G reensboro Broughton -------- -.-.--' W ilmington Broughton 78 ....... ....... J acksonville Broughton h I Gol dobor o Broughton 69 ....... .......... B urlington Br ht """" U - k M t Broughton 44 .. High Point Oug on Oc y Oun Broughton 42 Wilmingtont Broughton """"" Durham Broughton 57 ..G01dSb0r0r Broughton ............ Wilson 'F Conference Games Broughton .......Fayetteville Actzon Shots , W, if--. HFS Q54 5- 3... lv f - we Myne sf! 1-:xl q, Bi-ff' 'NT- -, 'If 4 . ' ,Inf ,1 W .,g,, , , 51' A" 7 12,314 4' VK. qv 1. W' X' :ff Q 1 V. if X 5 Q NM 1 f , 3' in xx G, ix ,A Y ff 55" S E ,,, , . ' Ia I pp 3 ,,, E, Xi 'E - 'fda V AW' FORWARDS: Front row: Doug Bridges, Jimmy Broad- way. Second row: Steve Horney, Steve Lee, Locke Holland, Bill Hube. CENTERS: Richard Goodwin, Tim Edwards. GUARDS: First row: Billy Trott, Ed Parker, Steve Stephenson. Second row: Stewart Wilson, Howard White, Irvin Smith, Rickey White. The fabulous Brothers Broadway. ww J 'Hp 7 rin Lmfi, i..W...... Frrst 1'ow:,Greg Crampton, Jim Sanford, Chris Heaton, Dickie Smith. Second row: David Smith, Skipper Wooddy, B111 Ginger, Mike Pedneau, Joe Maughan. Thzrd row: Pate Brendle, Jimmy Murray, Tim Rider, Jimmie Murray. Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton . IC Basketball J. V. BASKETBALL RESULTS acksonville .....-...Burlington Enloe Jacksonville ...-.-.----...--...Burlington Raleigh Catholic --.----..Wilmington -...-....--Goldsboro ..-..-..-Rocky Mount Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton ...........Enloe .......Durham ............W11SOH -..Fayetteville Wilmington Goldsboro Rocky Mount -...-......-.Durham ...........-....Wilson .-.....Fayettevi1le Baseball I First row left to right: Steve Parham, Jerry Joyner, George Parham, Levoyd Whitehead, John Rowland, Make Peter son Second row: Ray Cooksey, Ruffin Branham, Buzz Banadyga, Mickey Lineau, Austol Youmans, Dennis Barbour I'h1rd row' Dennis Allen, Bill Pitchford, Tommy Baker, Rickey White, Billy Martin. Fourth row: Coach, Jim Stutts Skipper Woody, Managers: Eddie Truelove, Vaughan Adams, Whit Webb. Date Time Thursday, March 21 Saturday, March 23.. Saturday, March 30.. Tuesday, April 2 ...... Thursday, April 4 .... Tuesday, April 9 ...... Wednesday, April 10 ....i.. ....... Tuesday, April 16 .... Friday, April 19 ........ Tuesday, April 23 .... Thursday, April 25.. Tuesday, April 30 .... Friday, May 3 .......... Friday, May 10 ........ Tuesday, May 14 ...... Thursday, May 16 .... Opponent Site? Enloe ......,......,,.............. ...... H ere N. C. State Frosh ........ ....... H ere N. C. State Frosh ...... ......... T here Wilson .......... There Fayetteville ........ ....... T here Wilmington ..... .,......, H ere Enloe ............ There Goldsboro ........ ...... H ere Rocky Mount ....... ........ Th ere Durham ........ There Wilson .............. ...... H ere Fayetteville ..... ......... H ere Wilmington . There Goldsboro ........ ....... T here Rocky Mount ....... ....... T here Durham ........ ..... H ere it All home games played on Broughton field. Track - . , . ...1 . . V' ,m,yg4lm4w,4A if-v,su iv-" ' ' First row, left to right: Maughan, Horney, Sutherland, Taylor, Goe, Boone, Hopkins, Flournoy. Second row: Kruse Willard, Newhouse, Hube, B., Rider T., Hepler, Cooke, Pedneau, Sanford. Third row: Anderson, Boudman, Adcock Heaton, McCain, Wrenn, Giles, Broadway, Bridges, Schiller. Fourth row: Tesh, Robinson, Bell, T., Kelly, Jenkins, Rigdon, Walser, Poole, Outlaw, Speece. Fifth row: Bell, W., Wiuguid, Wagoner, Duke, Dean, Hoye, Staton, Andrews Harvey, Price. Sixth row: Liles, Nicholson, Hube, K., Tomlinson, Hoye, Hoffman, Ogburn, Moore, Hicks, Eatman: Seventh row: Peabody, Buchdahl, White, Eddins, Suttles, Whitfield, Brendle, Smith, Holden, Floyd. Eighth row: Cutler Stephenson, Aguirre. Date Time Opponent Sitei' Friday, March 29 ....... ...... 3 :45 Wake County ................... ............. H ere Friday, April 5 .............. ....... 3 :45 High Point, Lexington, and Burlington ........... ........ B urlington Wednesday, April 10 ....... ....... 3 :30 Durham .......................... .............. H ere Saturday, April 20 ........ ....... 1 :00 Duke Durham Relays ...................... Durham Friday, April 26 ......... ....... 1 :00 Queen City Relays ........................ Charlotte Thursday, May 2 ....... ....... 3 :30 Rocky Mount and Fayetteville ............ Here Friday, May 10 ........ ....... 2 :00 Eastern AAAA ............................ ........ H ere Friday, May 17 ........................................ 3:00 Sectional Meet .............. ....... H ere Friday, May 24 ........................................ 1:00 State Meet ................. ........ H ere it All home track meets are held at the N.C. State College track. 175 l 7 ennis YZ? -D...-swim! Q0 5012, I QQQHHWI KX ,I ag 1L'!W-lg win 13,1 TBI Xlmllllp 'WN First row, left to right: Buddy Atkins, Bill Ross, Doug Durham, Mike Kenfield, George Blount, John Byrd. Second row: Mark Schafer, Ed Parker, Fred London, Bob Wickham, Jimmy Weathers, David Gerstel, David Green, Billy Trott. Date Time Tuesday, March 26 ...... ....,.. 3 00 Tuesday, April 2 .......... ....... 2 :00 Thursday, April 4 .,,...., ......, 3 .00 Tuesday, April 9 .......... ....... 2 '00 Wednesday, April 17 ....... ....... 2 .00 Friday, April 19 ........ 2:00 Tuesday, April 23 ,,,...,. ..,.,.. 2 :00 Thursday, April 25.. 2.00 Wednesday, May 1 .... 2.00 Friday, May 3 .......,..,. 2.00 Friday, May 10 .......... 2.00 Saturday, May 11 .... 9:00 Thursday, May 16 .... 9:00 Friday, May 17 ........ 9.00 Opponent N.. C. State Frosh... Wilson ..................... N. C. State Frosh... Wilmington ............. Goldsboro .............. Rocky Mount ....... Durham .............. Wilson ............. Durham ........... Wilmlngton .............. Sitei' -.....There There ......There Here Here ..--..There There There Here Here Goldsboro ....................... .............. T here Conference Tourney State Tourney .......... State Tourney .......... .-.-.-.....Goldsboro Chapel Hill Chapel Hill lf All home tennis matches are played on the Carolina Country Club courts. Golf Left to right: Ron Robinson, Bobby Jones, Rodney Evans, Richard Leippe, Johnny Warner, Chip Lewis Date Time Friday, March 22 ....... ......... 1 :00 Friday, March 29 ....... ......... 9 100 Friday, April 5 ............... ......... 1 :00 Thursday, April 11 ....... ....,.... 1 :00 Friday, April 19 ........, ,...,.... 1 :00 Friday, April 26 ......... ........, 1 :00 Friday, May 3 ........ ..,.,,,,. 1 :00 Thursday, May 9 ....... ......... 1 :00 Monday, May 13 ..............,.......,........,,,,, 9:00 Tuesday, May 14 ............................,.,...,. 9:00 Opponent Henderson Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference Sitef Here .. Wilmington Durham Fayetteville Rocky Mount Wilson Here Goldsboro State Tournament ........... ........ C hapel Hill State Tournament ...................... Chapel Hill it All home golf matches are played at the Carolina Country Club. s n n -fv,.. N ,., 'uf wi 'V' 4 4v, H' 1, f.,K . ,. 1, H . .wa .N . 1 . -'j'..." I . - , 1 I' '- -' -3. B 4 .', ,.,mj , W4 . ' -r .iv -, . , A - y. ,"".,. ,s.' ," 'A X t .H .. k X J . , I ,i,.A,A . A , up A ,V :L , . -- 'L - ,.,, i' 1-:.'f,jt-y. 4 1. .-v -- ii ,. gr- A lair' ' v if " 5 I' , - 'H .' 'iff V, I .' - .-',L-, -f ,-r . , . .5 -,if fl 'Jw ,.i'Q'f'.:'7v,"f:"'- 5 . ' '.L,,:'lJ" , zxlw.,-nw'-I-fl ,-fvinw.-,4 , 1 ' n I .,'.. , . . . .I , I .. ,. ,A f ' ' , V ' AN, 4 - ,A fig .", 5 1 I X", ,'-5' 'I' .. 1- , :-' 3. ,,3., ' - f ,- fy ' s, L' I ,Lf Di , '- "MJ X ' ' -'7 . -4' , r.-T' " 3 . ..a,3 1- Q-1 ., E N f":v' ',. 4' . " rg-1 .FY I' ' .'x7'i,.. I eiwffn' fl. "ilu L," he 0 ' -4 A , In N! ' . " -. J.-If' -n ,. , " ' ,'.U'!:i::-X. ,. A 4 f., ,fu ,. -ri - 'Y 4.-.. X 4. " 1- 'L .'-. . r-,A u , rs - V x,. r , C. u lv, ,. li., 1 .4 ,. .WQL 1, Hn - , .1.-.V . , - I X 1 1 . l I 1 4 f. A vu .A '4 J 1 1 n x ,I Z' Y' af I ' We X '. a f I w Q ' 1 .gf 1 ' - fr. 1 . 1 -H 1 I .fa:nnn:nn1.1.Q 1:4-.I 2 Vs Lllriliiil-ldiliiilil . ".""""mfl Features, the Special Events of the school year, the days and nights marked by tradition to be especially looked forward to and anticipated. There were the dances . . The boys looked tall and handsome in suits and ties as they whirled colorfully- dressed girls under sparkling lights and decorations. The air smelled of the sweetness of night and perfume in the gym, which had been magically transformed into a winter wonderland or a Southern plantation during the day. These were the Special Times, The Good Times . . . a girl's white-gloved hand held lightly in her date's larger one, the shimmer of swirling skirts under soft lights, the glow of happy faces, and the soft sweetness of music. And also the features were the Outstanding Ones, the Beauties, the Winners in the elections . . . But Whether he was a Winner or not, every Broughton student had his own specialness, a specialness reflected in the Features. All- Y - f . And the rains came . . . drowning our plans but not our spirit. For days the 364,000 question had been "Where can we get a trailer?" Chicken wire and crepe paper had become more precious than gold to the homeroom float chairmen. Publicity, sponsors, judges, floats, awards, cor- sages: Herb Jackson, our Homecoming chair- man, was a man with a thousand things on his mind. Thursday night the work began in earn- est. At 12:00 and even later, the finishing touches were being applied to our paint and paper creations. Alas, Friday morning arrived accompanied by precipitation, to put it mildly. The day wore on, but few minds were turned to math or French as we watched the sky and fought to keep our eyes open. We were ready to sad- dle those "f1oats" down Fayetteville Street, however, we had to face facts, namely that our decorated trailers would do anything but float. Yes, the rains came, but we didn't cry over spilled milk. We hung a blackbird from a-sec- ond floor clock. We wore corsages under our raincoats. We watched as our sponsors walked proudly over the muddy field. We yelled for our team. This was our Homecoming 1962. I L Homecoming 196 . . . 5 l l SPONSORS: Kay Lumsden, Sophomore Class, Sue Compton, 1 Varsity Football Teamg Mary Calton, Junzpr Class, Diane Strickland, Senior Class, Jeanne Stancll, Junzor Varszty Foot- ball Teamg Barbara Brown, Student Council. l ,M 1' .zu , f'wz1:.,.,Wm Q . s.. .HQ- ,wr-""' f ff REM 1-, i n Li 3 ? .4 v"f' tudent-Faculty Olympics . . ' Y fx. Promoters of Physical Fitness. This year's Student-Faculty Olympics, as usual, definitely proved that certain veteran teachers here at Broughton are not acquainted with JFK's physical fitness program. In spite of numerous impediments, such as corns, ingrown toenails, and bunions, the faculty stood up Well under the pressure exerted by the students. Memories of the game include: . . . Miss Wil- kins' graceful movements . . . Mrs. Kahdy's constant cheering . . . the slight mishap which occurred when the rope broke during the tug-of-war . . . t'To the" Woods and his ball-throw- ing ability . . . Mrs. Fu1cher's shoe-hunting talents . . . Mrs. Porter's clown outfit. Although those who had to soak their feet or apply liniment to aching joints might not agree, this year's Student-Faculty Olympics was certainly one of the most fun and 1ong-to-be- remembered ever. B s , Q r J E , q, rn' . . yy . ' Wm .,,x jf . X V w F at -' E 3' 3. , , f' Q? .X 5 3 4 X 1,1 A 4, V 1 V g X '- Until 5 1 4, Pi ir' gi., 5 5 ' VW 49 5 , mg, X M S 3 2 2 X ' Q-Xe ff' , 4 we ' ,xllll '15 f x W' ,Q , an L , f W' ,, ff" ,J . Q21 ., , Eff,-ff ff 1 ,, : i 4 gm ! Y Q B V N ' ,A ,,,,g -' :.-- '-""f f -' i . be ,QW P ' P ' - ,f f 4:2 A- Yli: i f - ., Ezq V " I jf L' Q 5: xx! . 1 4 I - 1 1? A ,N ..... I 5 I ,- 1 A' , KN I W llf . f Queen of Hearts Court . . . One of the most looked-forward to and exciting events of the year was the Queen of Hearts pro- gram. It was a time to dream . . . to reminisce . . . to be sentimental. The entire school elected two dark-haired beauties, Audrey Wall and Diane Strickland, to reign as Queen and Maid of Honor respectively, while each class elected its own repre- sentatives to the Court. The assembly that Friday morning, February 15, was breathtaking. Each girl entered the gym and walked to the heart in the center, where she was met by her escort. Together they completed the walk to the replica of the Southern mansion occu- pying the far end of the gym. The audience oohed and aahed over each girl, dressed stunningly in a floor-length gown reflecting her own personality and individuality. Following the presentation of the Court and the Maid of Honor, Audrey Wall, the Queen of our i ' It v ' ' 5 Hearts, entered with her escort Kip Ferrell, the President of the Senior Class. She was crowned by Kip on her throne on the porch of the mansion, and then the Court and the audience settled back to be royally entertained by singers Diane Johnston and Dottie Nahikian, by dancer Suzy Sterling, and by folk singers Beast, Beauty, Beast and the South- ern Squires. But when the beautiful assembly ended, the Valentine festivities were not yet over. Saturday night the Senior Class honored the Queen and her Court at a dance in the boys' gym. Following the presentation of the girls, entertainment was pro- vided by Pat Mooney, Roxanne Rogers, and the Villagers. When 11:00, the magic hour, came, happy students left the gym with memories of soft music, decorations of a bygone Old South world, and the beautiful Queen of Hearts Court 1963. 1' Q" L , .Qu Q 'wg 'I 'Qu' Sw F 1+ E,f I Q af, 6 'Q 1 1 f 1 ily 'fr ,fs ' . Alu YN 1, ,Yi Y U fx q""' Qty AUDREY WALL The Queen of Our Hearts MAID OF HONOR DIANE STRICKLAND escorted by RIK DANIELSON 187 MELISSA SMITH escorted by HOWARD WHITE R X 1' JAN WHITE escorted by TOMMY BOOKER KAREN VIALL escorted by ROBERT LILES K A , we y V LAURA WHITLEY escorted by MIKE MCINTYRE T' viii? ' , .,rjz,JQ1f' , fgriif ,VK ,,w4j"f,ELiF "' inf uf'-ff 2-f.:'f"' 'iw fm, LIBBY HOWARD escorted by SANDY ACTON 3:9 fx' U ffkrx, M . tl f L 0, 15 f,,,!' 'N M, , H ww ff if fgggy BUNNY CHURCH ye y 5 aggi..1"'s, i escorted by 1, 1,0 V W STEWART WILSON H ' Kg 3 K ', , A 'A ' 2? HE. ' ' A 4 J f f e A f K f I In Xe, , - f' N rj' ' , L 'S x ' ,, ' je 'xyff ' -I , ff ,, ff3'!iQ3.,n....,r! 'fb JZ I . . 1 If 4,211 f qui-wi" 4, nffg-V5 QF., A ' I 7 ,X " 'TEX 'fl I , 1 ' 45 X 'f"f , 'f"" fp' E 'J ff if! , 'V W , f . X 4 N f M "ff, 11 If 2 K J :lf 1 N' - 'X f Q , . df' ly ' 'W Aiiif Lffxmx I ,...,.,. -'-L ,fax ' exfgiwm ' me HPR IA, ,,AA,' A 9 A ,' . , ig' KATE JOHNSON Eff? ,Q 4 'A 'I Q' ,M eg escorted by 3 J- ,,:. "" j 4 5 wig E . A lynx PATE BRENDLE A ":M . ,L Rf M , ,,.A ii ' xx . W-A-'JH A A - f ,... dw '1.,,,,f" , , , ' ,W ,awww we Y. tg ' f '. 'V .. fd . . 'XXI kx4AA z,5,,1 ,, 11 , . E' W jf QM 54: S,...We'V f A ' " gl: i 1 , , . ,df ' Q iq 'ivan , ., I.. -Vw,,,,..W,.:4 I,,V Y N lv Wi We .,.A 1 'Ei 7 1 Xxx ki, A . MARY ANN WALKER escorted by STEVE LEE e , --I bive ,4 -. :,:2,SX,- S Q. Q -, ,W r UL A uw, J' QL n, 'YA ner Q' 613' if X- 1 85.1.1 Q 4-an SUE COMPTON escorted by ROBERT BASHFORD BETSY HAYES escorted by DAN BYRUM ,W N K i X N 7 . N 4 i :rfb ' 1 Nf fi 1 , 4 3 1- ! I 3 1 This was Broughton 1962-1963 . . . In some ways this year was like all others. , There were moments of . . . I 1 I solitude . . . N excitement . . . i ,A ,, ,gg i and happiness. disappointment But in other ways this year was a year apart. We had our own fads . . . Girls wore wrap-around skirts, long socks, shifts, Villagers, burgundy, Chesterfields, boy coats, madras, link belks, charm bracelets, kilts, and culottes . . . :Xt It was the year that girls wore wigs and teased their hair . . . the year that everybody danced the Twist, the Slop, the Mashed Potatoes, and the Bossa Nova . . . Boys wore madras, Gant shirts, sweaters, link belts, madras billfolds . . . And everybody wore Fogs and Weejuns . . but whatever we wore, the ultimate goal was to be called "sharp." 3 .4 5 X 7 X 1 We listened to Ray Charles, Johnny Mathis, Tommy Edwards, Peter, Paul, and Mary, the Kingston Trio, Bo Diddley, Ricky Nelson, Dave Brubeck, Joan Baez, and the First Family Album. On the "tube" we watched -4 Troy Donahue, Connie Stevens, Doctors Casey and Kildare, a kooky bunch of sailors knows as "McHale's Navy," and a Whacky family of "Beverly Hillbillies" . . At the "flick" we enjoyed the color of "Gypsy" and bit our fingernails at "What Ever i Happened to Baby Jane?" We liked to go places and do things. On dates we went to movies, 5 and games, we played bridge, and some of the girls even took up knitting. And always we loved to EAT: hamburgers at the L8zM and Shoney's, cokes at the Red Wolf and Kerr Rexall, pizza at Capri's and Gino's, and apple cider Csometimesj at the Rat. We liked, among other things, the T opposite sex, weeds, 3:30, arguing, holidays, and bus trips to games . . . We had our own vocabulary- A, X 4 I l "Ha, ha, ha" . . . 'tl ain't telling" . . . "scrunch" . . fl. "I can't believe it" . . . "Good news!" . ' ' "Let's get MOving please!" . . . "Croak' '...' 'LET me . . . enterTAlN you" . "Mother, please, I'd rather do it myself!" Yes, it was a great year . . . our year, together. 196 . . . 'nothmg can brmg back the hour . of splendor in the grass, of glory m the flower . . ." "l.. ". "-.'. "'. vu .4-, f 'Au Q . up fv-?-vn-fo.mt?n?- . Q. +--Fw? A. v v'Y1v-v1 "-R..lJ ,vb-"5"N"N'-9 , .. Y, . 'Y ri ,1 I-4 'Wu 'lf 'vii 061 ay va: ,Q is-D M 'vv T"'! eggmwqt 11, Q. . wx' F , x -' ya :ff gjigispi L" ' ,, .347 'V 4 ,. 1, , Why " ' ' 'gxli 11 , :lf-gr! wE?Q'? 3- rw ix f . , YI , 4,..e,,,fiur '- 1 4- f s - ' - - ,r A an - , x 3 n- A Y," 'Q rn' V 'K' f 5 . -o. ,, , cj V ,, -f 'fl Q, .,.l,,", ' 311.1 .V 3, -1-fr ,fy ' W 1. Z. Q , :--. ip, 2,-J. , ,I Awjwziif gum L L.. - A - 'y fcgfw +.mfgy,'..4f-'yr Iv N , - v -W f,...,-..-a--411-x ...gqgn 1 . 7 1? I if ' ,, ,4 5 W ' Ai, '-vihf' 'D ' 5 Mr. and Miss Needham Broughton AUDREY WALL KIP FERRELL 4 A . lm HQUHPIM-wvntv , . ff ,R 595 s J AW , 1- wwwqx ., . ff 3 . 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W J i , QA M 4 a ,Q x ., r 'fw 4 f 'S .43 .JW ffwvfwm ,a -4:4 " uf ,Q ww mf, 1, fi V 525 R ,f ww - Faculty Directory Mr. Joseph Q. Holliday, B.A., M.Ed. Principal Mr. J. Watson Holyfield, B.S., M.Ed. Assistant Principal Mr. William Blackburn, M.A., B.S. Dean of Boys Mrs. Lillian Sandling, A.B., M.Ed. Dean of Girls Mr. Gary Clark, B.S., M.Ed. Counselor Mrs. Ruth Stephenson Secretary Mrs. Jane T. Burns Bookkeeper Mrs. Hilda G. Wickham Secretary Miss Ann Aiken, A.B. Social Studies Mr. Charles L. Baker, A.B. Spanish Mr. Peter J. Beenen, A.B., M.A. Social Studies Mr. Edward G. Blakeway Mathematics Miss Helen Bell, A.B. English Mr. Olin H. Broadway, B.S. Mathematics Miss Saundra Bryan, A.B. English, Physical Education Mrs. P. G. Burton, A.B. English Mrs. J. H. Campbell, B.S. Business Education Mrs. Jean B. Charbajian, B.S., M.S. Mathematics Miss Natalie Coffey, A.B., M.A. English Miss Leslie Cogdell, A.B. Mathematics Miss Carolyn Coggin, A.B., M.A.T. French Mr. Frank Crawford, B.S., M.Ed. Industrial Arts Mrs. Mary Donovant, A.B., M.Ed. Science Mrs. Alice Ehrlich, B.S. Art Mrs. George Fisher English and Latin Mrs. N. G. Fonville, A.B., M.A. Social Studies Mrs. A. M. Fountain, A.B. Social Studies Miss Claire Freeman, A.B., M.A. Science Mrs. Judith E. Freeman Vocal Music and English Miss Fannie Pearl Fulcher, A.B. English Mr. Raymond Gilbert Natural Science Mrs. Alice Giles, A.B., M.A.T. Natural Science Mrs. J. L. Harper, A.B. Mathematics Miss Jo Anne Harriss, B.S., M.Ed English Miss Mary G. Houser, A.B., M.Ed Natural Science Col. L. H. Johnson, B.S., M.A. Social Studies Mrs. Nell Kahdy, A.B., M.A. French, German Mr. Theron Keen, B.S., M.A. Industrial Arts Mrs. Virginia Ketcham, B.A. Natural Science Mr. H. Carroll King, B.S. in Ed., MA Physical Education Mrs. Rebecca Laymon English Mrs. Elinor C. Levine, B.A. Spanish Miss Ella B. McDearman, B.A., MA Natural Science Miss Jane McLennan, B.S. Natural Science Faculty Directory Mrs. Vera B. Melton, B.S., M.A. Librarian Mrs. Mary Memory, A.B. Mathematics Mr. Jerome Frank Morris, B.A. Social Studies Mr. Simon N. Parker, B.A. Mathematics Miss Laura Helen Paschal, B.A., M.A. Journalism and English Mrs. Phyllis A. Peacock, B.A., M.A. English Miss Mary Penney, B.S., M.S. English Miss Bette Pomfrey, B.S., M.A.T. Mathematics Mrs. Dixie C. Porter, A.B. Business Education Miss Hazel M. Price, B.S.S.A. Business Education Mrs. Jane B. Quinn, B.S. Physical Education Mrs. Sue H. Rivers, B.S. Physical Education Miss Helen Runnion, A.B., M.A. Social Studies Mrs. Betty Rudisill, B.S. Home Economics and Natural Science Mr. James C. Sauls, A.B. English Mr. Jerry A. Shields, A.B., M.A. English Mrs. Nancy B. Shore, B.S., M.Ed. Science Mrs. Ann Sinclair, A.B. Spanish Mr. Farmer S. Smith, B.S., M.A. Diversified Occupations Mr. Richard E. Southwick, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Instrumental Music 2 05 Mr. Frank Steed, B.S., M.A. Science Mrs. Hattie E. Stell, B.S., M.Ed. Mathematics Miss Nell E. Stinson, A.B., M.A. Social Studies Mr. James A. Stutts, A.B. Mathematics Mrs. Virginia Swain, B.S., H.E., M.A Home Economics and Guidance Mr. George L. Thomason, B.S. Mathematics Miss Anne Thompson, B.A., M.A.T. Mathematics Mr. Robert Taylor, B.A., M.Ed. Social Studies Mrs. Melba L. Vincent, B.S. Business Education Mr. Clyde Walker, A.B., M.Ed. Physical Education Miss Nancy L. Walker, B.S. Physical Education Mr. Phillip Watts, B.S. German Mrs. Elizabeth Weddington, B.S. Business Education Mrs. Nellie R. White, A.B., M.A. French and Librarian Mrs. Carolyn J. Whiteley, A.B. English Miss Constance E. Whittaker, A.B., M A English Miss Sarah Jane Wilkins, A.B. History, French Mr. Don S. Woods, B.S. in Phy. Educ M S in Phy. Educ. Physical Education Mrs. Margaret Wooten, A.B., M.Ed. English, Speech and Dramatic Arts Mrs. Zelota Yates, B.S. Home Economics 1" ,C ni mm 4 rv , 1 1 , wi 1 Os 'tts-an . . U O 0 - ' 'D W. A " X' 1 s 1 "' f vie - - H- Q6 Q - I ' O 91-0 ' .f A l g ,. 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' -. -O , Q 7'- Q ' ' . . rl. I .wt Av . .vu .0 1 . ' -- 1,.-.- . - . QL -ay. 1 ,-K Q 5 N' -,. .' A 4 1 ' 1 -., n ' Q .9 Al -, MJ, .. . ,. , vll' 'Qx . 4' , 5 ,,,. . - .1 , , A , . F .4- ,, w-4 .. . . Q . . -1 q , b. D ,. q . Q V -ur, Q - ri V, I Q., I 4 L ' n Q Q , ,- e Q 's "And dep g, leave l ' Behind u 0 f g i footprints on i the sands of time." 1 0 i O g.,y , +. A' "L ' 51. EYE? ..-,, V . ,. v 4 4 . s , 1 4 . , I - - ,, ., .' . vs ! Q I . 4 " I ln ,- " 0 I in ,A 'so New ..,Q."'5Yaw v , P ,, - . f' V T 1 Q is 'O 'ig 4 A 1' ,f bb ,- ,. X O as .Wi . - 1. -.4 . 4 U 4' ' v '. .1 xl' 1 'V 5 1 : , N. .8 I , sn? SUSIE MEMORY Editor-in-chief From the Editor . . . Well, it's finally over. And what a job.' No one but a journalism stu- dent could appreciate the thousands of ideas and details that go into making up an annual like this one. The '63 LATIPAC first began to take shape way last summer when a group of journalism students got together at my house to pool ideas. We fell in love with the idea of using time as a theme for our annual, and once school started, ideas began flying thick and fast fwell . . . most of the time, anywayj. Then came the down-to-earth process of confining our ideas to inches, spaces and paragraphs. There were pictures to be taken and identified, copy to be written, and decisions to make. But over the whole process hung an air of excitement and anticipation that made it fun. So many people have contributed so much in so many ways to the making of the annual--I can name only a few of them in expressing my thanks . . . To the journalism classes, who worked tirelessly on all the little de- tails . . . To Jim and Burnie, the happy little photographers from Burnie Batche- lor Studios who never got mad or became impatient feven though I didj . . . To Mr. Paul Hoch and Jeff Hill, our two "guardian angelsi' at Edwards and Broughton, who listened to our ideas with genuine interest and work to solve our production problems . . . To all the people who posed for pictures or helped me find way-out props at the last minute . . . To Jack Eason, who didn't even take journalism but who gave me invaluable assistance in many areas . . . To my family, especially my sister Stella, who helped me by listening enthusiastically to my ideas and by doing many little jobs for me in the wee hours of the morning. On one memorable occasion, she even stayed up all night with me trying to get the senior section ready to go to press . . . And finally, to Miss Paschal, our advisor. No annual editor anywhere could have had a better person to work with than I had. Always she listened to my harebrained ideas and gave me encouragement. But most important of all, she let us do the annual the way we wanted to, so that it would be a real expression of the students. She never forced rules on us, but was always there in the background, picking up information and suggestions we couldrft have done without. Her calmness and down-to- earthness kept us from going off the deep end when big problems arose. To Miss Paschal goes my deepest admiration and appreciation, for she was the real backbone of the annual. One final word . . . if you have any gripes or find any mistakes, don't tell me. I may just throw up my hands and scream, because there's nothing I can do about them now. All in all, it's been a wonderful year, and I can sincerely say that I enjoyed every minute of it because it was all part of the LATIPAC 1963. rr? X 0-ef? F effigy LU-ff! i ,wwf -3 0- -p-v-I-I' 2 ,,,....,....................-J -sl -us ,,,-n-I MW ,sr- bv--,'1 ll l il!! Quill 371, 31:-an-Q... 'T .Xl a BX 1 3 ?"x .PX 4.-Q-- X t"""'1 Dunn-ll"""""" Y X1 1 f s --. f. ts' .rf Q xQ,.1Ww qyggga AY' i s-T11-v im, x Q -T' -,.. 1 g WS wr M, W? ' Zvwfm -can '. z -,f ' Q- . , 'M - . i TEL yi. f .1 9 , ,, Well, here they are- the ads. They mean the same in every annual-the close of another year, the end of another annual. They don't really change much from year to year . . But the interest in us shown by these Raleigh merchants makes us feel very Warm and important in our community. They pay for the rest of this thing, anyway. Enfin, the ads. What has four wheels and flies? A garbage truck. Compliments of U 6 aloe Hillsboro sr. ' ' TE 3-3286 Downtown Raleigh 'WHERE CLEANING IS AN ART" Dillon Supply Company Industrial Supplies - Machinery MacGregor Sports Equipment ' corlvskss "ALL-STAR" SHOES GYM PANTS - 'rss SHIRTS cameron Village RALEIGH, N. c. G0LD550R0 - CHAR'-UTTE RALEIGH - DURHAM - ROCKY MOUNT T. M RY' JUNIOR COLLEGE RICHARD G. STONE, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA High school graduates are offered two years standard college. The curriculum also includes 11th and 12th grades high school work. All academic courses fully accredited by Southern Association. Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, 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 Roy P.: Where ya been? Tommy B.: In the phone booth saying good-bye to Jan. Roy P.: Didn't take long. Tommy B.: No, some lady wanted to use the phone and we had to get out. 4 Baby-sitter: a teenager who behaves like an adult While the adults are out behaving like teenagers PHONE 834-9810 PINE LAKE TEXACO SERVICE 24 HOUR SERVICE 4421 N. BLVD PERSON STREET VARIETY STORE 702 N. PERSON STREET OPEN EVERY NIGHT-'TIL 9 P.M. RALEIGH, N. C. , 9 PENNEY S for H1052 who think young! In Raleigh's Cameron Village Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Raleigh, N. C., Inc . - ' AL I H, N ' AR L Where Shopping and Pa'-kmg,s a Pleasure 3705 07 Hillsboro Street 0 R E G ORTH C O INA Tel: TE pl 3 1011 Finest Place in Town to Save! ii get .. . Ehwgigagagigsgsiiijigiggg 0 d lVld end 522525322 iiiiiisgsisgssiiizzaggii on I piiiisaglgaglgiligaii 'Wed fan? 3112" ,I , i'iaai'EpIf5 , glijhiiaii U - i ifiiiai ai i 525 . Savings W 9 lalaimagfg, First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Raleigh They're beginning to call one of the water fountains in the lunchroom "Old Facefulf' will buy a S5 000 estate But thatls only small change, you say. 7 in future income if you live. We True: just small change, but that's all it don't suggest that you use your coffee money takes to purchase Security Dollars-an Occidental ' -just that extra change you carry around. life insurance plan worth thousands of dollars to your fg-5 You,ll be surprised how little it takes. Ask the family if you should die-worth thousands to you ,X Man from Occidental in your community. OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OIEONORTH CAROLINA 0 Home Office, Raleigh David: How can you tell the difference between a boy pancake and a girl pancake? Gene: By the way they are stacked. VILLAGE PHARMACY AND BETTY AND .ION KOVACH RED WOLF RESTAURANT CAMERON VILLAGE RALEIGH, N. c ' School of Dance The Finest and Most Complete Cosmetic Department in Raleigh DRUGS - PRESCRIPTIONS Glenwood Shopping Center SUNDRIES fr GIFT WARE Seeds, Bulbs, Insecticides o BOOK fr QQEELWS llltlge STATIONERY, mc. CAMERON VILLAGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA i.,i 1 W a UI es 0 ' ' ADAP 'r o BOOKS STATIONERY CARDS TE 240551 GIFTS OFFICE SUPPLIES FRAMES 327 IS. Wilmington Street RALEIGH Compliments of WATSUN SEAFUUD 8: POULTRY CU. POULTRY FRESH FISH SEA FOODS ROCK QUARRY ROAD RALEIGH, N. C. Betsy S.: Why do ducks have Webbed feet? Barbara B.: To stamp out forest fires. .fn ,M Q me .,, ' L f feat wioheo for cc wonderful future! Southern 'fell How do you get the worm out of a hole? Stand over the hole and make noises like a bird's not there. Me Worry? w Royal Crown., C012-1, JANIE JOLLY GRIFFIN, INC. ENGLISH SILVER and DIAMOND GALLERIES Specializing in Fine Diamonds - Jewelry 81 English Sil Located Above Balentines in Cameron Village 410 Oberlin Road ............ TE 4-42II KERR REXALL DRUGS Cameron Village TE 3-5523 Not me, I am "cum laude" since l got my glasses at dgewood . 9 . . . Also in Iv ' d S e w a H s Greenville, Greensboro TE 2-3749 d Ch I ' OPTICIANS, Inc. an ar one Professional Bldg. Raleigh gwnmcomplililzwv, I DAIRY mans MILK AND ICE CREAM MILK AND DAIRY FOODS PINE STATE RALEIGH ' OXFORD ' HENDERSON DUNN ' GOLDSBORO SANFORD o ROANOKE RAPIDS Judge: Who was driving when you collided with that car? Hugh D.: None of us. We were all in the back seat. James Pope: What did the acorn say when he grew up? Ronald Satterfield: What? James: Ge-om-a-try. YOU'LL FIND ALL YOUR FAVORITE BRAND NAMES udson N a FI RD'Sfr a "Eastern Carolina's Largest Department Store RALEIGH, N. C. Frances B.: You remind me of the sea. Bill Hester: Why? Because I'm wild, restless, and romantic? Frances: No, because you make me sick. Sammy S.: What are the initials of the International Youth Quorum? Diane: I. Y. Q. Sammy: Aw, I. Y. Q. too. MU RRAY'S PHARMACY PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE 1907 Poole Road Raleigh, N. C. FREE DELIVERY -:- PHONE 834-8428 ' Studio Distinctive Portraiture Glenwood .Shopping Center TE 4-5635 MONY TODAY MEANS . . . MONEY TOMORROW Mutual of New York John W. Phillips, Manager B. J. Baker, Asst. Manager Raleigh Bldg. TE 3-2531 W. H. King Drug Company Wholesale Druggists RALEIGH, N. C. "The House of Friendly and Dependable Service" PEACE COLLEGE 1. Standard Junior College Courses. 2. General Junior College Courses. 3. Two-year Standard Courses in Home Economics. 4-. One- and Two-year Commercial Courses fGregg Systemb. 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 Wolf: a man who treats all women as sequels. 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In 1935, the federal government produced less than one per cent of the electric industry's total output. Today, this figure has climbed to 15 per cent. And there is constant pressure from advocates of govern- ment-in-business for even more expansion. When government owns business in this manner-when it controls economic as well as political power-it becomes almost impos- sible for an individual to defend his freedoms. Is this a risk you want to take? CCAROLINA PowER a. LIGHT CONIPANYD An investor-owned, taxpaying, public utility company Mrs. Fountain: Bill, this is the fifth day this Week you've been late. What have you to say about tI'l1S9 Bill Moore: I'm glad this is Friday. STEPHENSON MUSIC COMPANY CAMERON VILLAGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 0. 0. MIIIIGIIM INCORPORATED GRADING CONTRACTORS EXCAVATING 0 HAULING Phone: Office TE 3-1831 - TE 3-4309 State College Station, Box 5936 3016 Hillsboro Street 0 Raleigh, N. C glmitzhell glfunerztl Qlinme glut- 4 St. Mary's at Johnson Street Raleigh, North Carolina Compliments 0.f 'I-IIP BUTTLIIIG GUMPMIY Raleigh, N. C. PORTRAITS AND APPLICATION SIZE PICTURES MAY BE ORDERED FROM YOUR SCHOOL ANNUAL NEGATIVE YOUR LATIPAC PHOTOGRAPHER SMITH STUDIO RALEIGH, N. C. Charlotte S.: What is dark underneath, white on top, and very warm in hot weather? Kay L.: A wolf in sheep's clothing. Two mosquitoes were resting on Robinson Crusoe's back. "Fm leaving nowf' said one, "but I'11 see you on Friday." LONDON OIL CO. CEO. E. LONDON, Pres. 906 DOWNTOWN BLVD. Sim H. Wells Company Mortgage Loans : Real Estate : Insurance P. O. Box 2296 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments Of STATE CAPITAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY FIRST FOR YOII! Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE SCOTTISH BANK SERVING THE HEART OF NORTH CAROLINA CONVENIENT LOCATIONS I9 IN I7 TAR HEEL CITIES WITH BETTER BANKING Not Just a Slogan - It's Our Business Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation LOWRY FUEL fr BURNER SERVICE Heating Oils Burner Service PHONE 832-4520 If No Answer Dial EM 2-9865 W. Clyde Lowry, Jr. RALEIGH, N. C. Compliments of DIXIE DRY CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY 515 West Morgan Street RALEIGH, N. C. TE 3-4431 Becky C.: What are class picnics for? Susan M.: For those who can't find anything better to do in the Woods. Bill Ross :Why do elephants have toenails? Art: To help them climb trees. WHITE'S GROCERY Fresh Meats - Fancy Groceries - Vegetables 703 W. Peace Street Phone TE 3-5161 Raleigh, N. C. CAROLINA RIM fr WHEEL CO. 321-325 S. Blount Street Raleigh, N. TELEPHONE ' TEmpIe 2-7574 C HILL'S INC. Hunting and Fishing Headquarters Schwinn Bicycles : Motor Boats : Guns : Ammunition Fishing Tackles 1720 LOUISBURG ROAD lU.S. 1 NORTHI HOLLAND'S BARBER SHOP "It pays to look well" Basement of Andrew Johnson Hotel Comer of Salisbury 8: Martin Streets TE 2-3421 3nIIp's J E W E L E R S ESTABLISHED 1881 128 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH, N. C. TE 2-5571 National School 5' Industrial Corp. National Film Service Simply Superior . . . For Those Who Can't Be Bothered With Second Best . . . Mastercraft Stage Equipment - Draperies - Shades 14--20 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, N. C. ROBERTS FLORIST 716 St. Mary's St. ' Raleigh, N. C. ' Phone TE 2-8842 "See The Rest, Then Buy The Best" MRS. LINDA WEATHERS MRS. RUTH ROBERTS SANDERS MOTOR COMPANY Blount and Davie Streets Telephone TE 4-7301 SALES SERVICE CARS TRUCKS Congratulations to the Class of 1963 from I S: r q Qmmlilllllllll ..., ll!! Q! WI' 'i egsestretgfgllllll f 4 MORTGAGE BANKERS - REALTORS - INSURERS I- IZAIVIEFIQINI' 2 COMPAN '1- RALEIGI-I - Gmsznssono - cn-iAm.o1'-rs Asn-iEvu.LE - FAYET-rEvu.i.e - wmsron sAt.EM Joe M.: Why did the man put his foot in the fire? Martha Bru H ' ' ce .. To pop his corn! Robert W.: How are an apple and an orange alike? Dudley P.: They're both red except for the orange. 0 II 0 M L E Y ' S TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Compliments of o o 9 DRUG STORE PHARMACY SIR WALTER HOTEL NORTHSIDE TE 2'2378 SHOPPING CENTER downtown cameron village TE 3-6619 two beautiful stores to serve you BYNUM PRINTING COMPANY FEMININE FASHIONS f' .5314 -1-4155. 130 FAYETTEVILLE smear 1 TE"""e Mm CREATIVE GRAPHICS, INC. 'I' DesignersfProducers! Consultants Advertising Art, Posters, Displays, Decals, Mobiles, RALEIGH, N' C. Industrial Graphics l20 W. Martin St. Bldg. Raleigh, N. C. Phone 832-1628 I , "- -'-. f ' 3 lt. M ' Y' - I ' I -.P . . ' I II 2,-2-3 zz 'I'R0llTMMI'S CARIILIIIII +5 FII Ill ping-I,eI,,,t,yI1.,,y5,. '1T:':.t:g ' - " rr:- .....,, w33...-, M, ,,,,, ...,..... New Class Starts Every Monday OUR STUDENTS ARE ALWAYS HIGHLY TRAINED Full Training Only 6 Months Air Condtioned - Monthly Payments Arranged DAY OR NIGHT COURSES OFFERED We Save You Money Call or Write 202Vz S. Salisbury TE 2-4847 Eye doctor: Son, have your eyes ever been checked? David Green: No sir, as far is I know th ' 1 M" ... --....-v..4.-----n - Brown-Wynne FUNERAL HOME 308 SAINT MARY'S ST. OIC ey ve a ways been brown. Carl: It's odd, but the biggest idiots seem to marry the prettiest women. Sandra: Now you're trying to flatter me. Earsitp iH1Ien's wear WELL'S GROCERY Friendly Service I507 Crest Road Hillsboro Street at State College Traditional clothing for men Co' of all age, LUGGAGE and LEATHER GOODS 2005 Woke Forest Road I Phone TEmpIe 2-7337 RALEIGH, N. C. -it o o Mrwlls RADIO U, 5 , :Nags qulre KAl.ElGH'S CAAANEKON VILLAGE IIIISH-STEELE-WIIIIIIEII A IIIO. MURRAY TIRE CII FOR SAFETY ECONOMY STYLI NG MILEAGE VALUE For those who want the very best 401 S. WILMINGTON ST. TE 2-3768 if New Tires if I00'Zv Guaranteed Recaps BILL MURRAY DAN MILLS JOE KALKHURST U. S. ROYAL TIRES Teacher to Bill Benson: You're paying attention just to distract me! I don't care who you are, fat boy-get your reindeer off my roof. l GA1Tls' HAYES-BARTON ll PHARMACY l Always The Best l. 2000 FAIRVIEW ROAD FLINT'S LAUNDRY pl MEDl.lN-DAvls 5' "Cleaners of Distinction" 1 SALISBURY STREET and CAMERON VILLAGE LEATHER and SUEDE COATS - JACKETS MELVIN'S PHARMACY DRUGS TWO STORES DRUGS 1217 Hillsboro Glenwood Village 445 HA'-'FAX STREH Ph. TE 2-5834 Raleigh, N. c. Ph. TE 4-6236 I MEREDITH COLLEGE ACCREDITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, American Association of University Women, National Association of Schools of Music. PROGESSIVE educational program in terms of Christian character and service. Distinguished record of student honors. Excellent library facilities. Effective honor system. ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, "The Educational Center of the Statef, Beautiful campus of 170 acres. Modern fireproof dormitories with generous provisions for social activities. Write for catalogue CARLYLE CAMPBELL, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA The lion als! a bull. He felt so good that he roared and roared. The hunter heard the roar and killed the lon e moral of this story 1s. when you re full of bull, keep your mouth shut! Salesman: Here's a card with a lovely sentiment: "To the only girl I ever loved." Tommy Green: Great! Give me a dozen. IIOIITI'I GAIIOLIIIII Compliments of EQUIPMENT WMPANY JoHNsoN-LAMB: co. 322 South Salisbury Street H Free Drive-in Parking INTERNATIONAL Gonstruction Equipment THOMPSON-CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE, INC. 421 Fayetteville Street RALEIGH GREENVILLE WILMINGTON ensmssoko 'NAL TE 4'03" NORMAN'S, INC. "A COMPLETE LINE OF NATURAL CLOTHING FOR THE MEN WHO CARE" 2410 H I LLSBORO TE 4-5085 Mrs. Schafer: Mark, the canary is gone! Mark: Gee, that's funny. It was there this morning when I vacuumed the cage. Kenneth Helser: What's the real reason men and women go to nudist camps? Johhny H.: To air their differences. l i l I Best Wishes Xs Broughton Hz I i I . i Q i Ypqxk 5. - ff II , ' R40 I' QQ NORTHWEST TRUCK CRANE Construction and Industrial Equipment A. E. Finley And Associates, Inc. RALEIGH CHARLOTTE COLUMBIA 38th Year ACCOUNTING counsss SECRETARIAL courses lam AUTOMATION counsss NANCY TAYLOR CHARM counsss GREGG on sreeownmns suoim-:AND HARDBARGER BUSINESS COLLEGE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA "Accredited by The Accrediting Commission for Business Schools" Summer Term-June I7 Fall Term--September I6 217 Hlllsbom OPEN 24 HOURS M1 K 1 i FINCH'S RESTAURANT Downtown and DRIVE-IN , ond Comeron Villoge 401 W' Peace i OPEN I0 A.M. TILL MIDNIGHT ll 1, ci lr ll M N John B.: What is the best way to grow fat? Laura Sue A.: I don't know. Eat a lot, I guess. John: Oh, no, raise some pigs. Egotist: a person who has low taste, who is more intereste d in himself than in me. I Compliments of CONGRATULATIONS CQRRELL COA'- COMPANY ro I the CLASS OF I963 Compliments Capital Ice 5' Coal Co., Inc. ESSO FUEL OIL BURRAGE MUSIC COMPANY CA NA "School Music Specialists" BUILDERS co RP. 3Tf.IZ'fZ'I."MiT.If. TESESESSZIITES ....Ml'.T"i. Building Supplies Since 1932 ZI9 N. Dawson "Where To Buy Them" BILL ARNOLD'S USED CARS TE 2-7563 431 FAYETTEVILLE STREET X : Ifs fun to shop at I I om imen s I ?atw C 'ff ' I IN RALEIGHS CAMERON VILLAGE CROSS POULTRY COMPANY B U R N I E B A T C H E L O R 623 Rock Quarry Road PHOTOGRAPHER TE 2,7751 Cameron Village Millie W.: Were you surprised when you got the nomination? Locke H.: I'll say! I almost forgot rny acceptance speech. Al E.: How are the Empire State Building and an elephant alike? Robbie F.: Neither one can ride bicycles. P 8' S MOTORS' "'C- Gavinesss 81 Sons, Inc. "Bob, sr,"-"Bob, Jr."-"Mickey'f GENERAL CONTRACTORS IMPERIAL - CHRYSLER DODGE - DART DODGE TRUCKS 709 W. Johnson St. Phone TE 2-5643 Raleigh 604 Downtown Buildings of Merit - Homes of Distinctz Gizowens - PACKERS - SHIPPERS I wonuafs FINEST TOMATOES DIXON 5' TOM-A-TOE OF RALEIGH, INC. Temple 4-8273 UNITS I5-I7 RALEIGH FARMERS MARKET RALEIGH, N. C. sm. CONINO, Mgr. RET i Compliments Q A I of Br h FALLON'S FLOWERS BANKING 3. TRUST coMPANv 205 Fayetteville Street NORTH CAROLlNA'S OLDEST BANK l TE 2-8347 U , il Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation xl FOWLER'S NURSERY A ,!2,2" PERENNIALS - BULBS - ROSES - AZALEAS ' ' 5 SHRUBS - BEDDING PLANTS LANDSCAPE SERVICE . Fayetteville Highway TE Z-0756 4 Miss Stinson: Come, come, Gene. Surely you've heard of the word "generally," Gene Cayton: Oh, sure! He was the leader of the Confederate'Army! I 1 I l I l 1 I l 441 What do you mean, Robert doesn't like you? When you were sick, he brought you some flowers and hung them on the front door. MITCHELL PRINTING COMPANY EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ANY SIZE JOB C0mPIim9l1fS Book Binding Ruling Wedding Invitations 115 Wes: Hargett sneer DIAL TE 2-8821 of STUDENT'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS "EXCLUSIVELY NATURAL" me . l A Friend I UBB UP 2428 Hillsboro sza-1155 KEN-BEN 5, 10, and 25 Cent Store 2506 Hillsboro Street TE 2-5635 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! Courtesy of Raleigh Retail Furniture Dealers Association FERGUSON'S HARDWARE L A W N M o W E R s SALES 6' SERVICE 2900 Hillsboro Street TE 2-4877 Compliments of JEAN'S OF RALEIGH Mitchell's Hair Styling Cameron Village Phone: TE 4-8221 Raleigh, N. C. MEET THE CROWD AT POWELL Cr GRIFFIS GROCERIES -1- MEATS me osuvnv mon: TE 2-756l - 'rs 2-2847 Billie V.: How can you tell you have an elephant in your bathtub? Newell O.: You can smell the peanuts on his breath. Cam: May I see you pretty soon? Jackie: Don't you think I'rn pretty now? ': 5 , .-.,. -'ii If Lzx x 5:-.14 .ie Eye N X ' -' 1 .,., 5 'K' - M. R MQ" " .:., i I gsgxv., OF THE RALEIGH AREA y ,o t QUAUTY CARPETS AT 1,-I-E+' REASONABLE PRICES 1 1'f""' RADIO EQUIPPEIJ TRUCKS .- " A CARPET FOR EVERY TASTE -ALL WORK GUARANTEED- WE PERSONALLY INSTALL OUR CARPETS- - RESIDENTIAL 362-91 I2 806532 ECSRSJLSERE ' COMMERCIAL 0r 362-9217 0 Free Estimates 0 Terms Arranged BURTON COATS CARPET SERVICE Mr. Smith: Farmer, you don't use the right cultivation methods. You'll never get more than a bushel of apples from that tree. Farmer: Naw, suh, 'specially since itls a pear tree. Wlllln Martha M.: Are my kisses like something electric? Jimmy D.: Yeah, like a frigidaire. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 727 WEST JOHNSON 828-6781 SPIC AND SPAN DRY CLEANERS 1303 HILLSBORO TE 3-6131 FOR GLASSES . . . see CATES OPTICIANS Room 232 - Bryan Building Cameron Village PHONE TE 2-7228 Avery Upchurch TE 4-9218 lIpchurch's Esso Service "OUR BUSINESS IS GOOD" 2601 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, N. C. mn: aaa umealv U ll aoasoau comma uv :ne CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTUNG C0 lo th! Qngraiulutions H 505 Oberlin Rood ROI-eigh, N. C. Glasses Sun Glasses Contact Lenses ADAMS-TERRY REALTY CO. Sales - Property Management - Leases 210 S. .Salisbury Street RALEIGH, N. C. TE 2-7783 VIRGINIA 419 Daniels St., Cameron Village RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Phone TE 4-6244 Roger Cannon: What's the name of that book you're reading? Mary H.: It's entitled What 20,000,000 Women Want. Roger: Oh, 1et's see if they spelled my name right. SPONSORS Jefferies Jewelry Co. Johnson's Jewelers Morgan's Barber Shop T. A. Dick Insurance Agency, Inc. Jay Cee's Tastee Freez Ridgewood Shoe Service Sample Shoe Store Roy's Drive ln Underwood Corporation Bacon and Company Ridgewood Barber Shop Poole's Pies Shop Lucille's Beauty Nook Leon Byrum Opticians Vester's Phillips's 66 Weatherman Jewelers Williams and Haywood Weaver Textile Company Briggs Hardware Inc. A 6' W Soda Shop Del's Pharmacy Dianna's Beauty Shop Durham Music Co. of Raleigh Chestnut Hills Gulf Service Bell's Drive ln y Brooks Appliance Co. Bill Arnold Buick Company Arvin's Sinclair Service Bosse Jewelers Abbott-Pierce Service Station Pennington-Smith Funeral Home WNOH "Radio Smiles" Moore and Johnson Chamblee Insurance Agency PRINTED AND BOUND BY EDWARDS AND BROUGHTON CO., RALEIGH, N. C. mwfbh f f Eljifa 4Zi14x A, ,1Mz11LoA4nf56Z FFLQ4 ' 4 LQ U 'f-vt? ,f.:m4ff ' .TKQJ4 ,am J,,,Nf..,,'2'Ja7. A f OUMNM'f if h Q W Z 1 f f c.l4"J:'W-AJ gjfjjawguiagylb-w' V' " M101 , fjuwiwwfmw 0,, V7 Jw wb' L If fe, , QE 35362 E f w23 v Q1 Qi Q Q. K, .f, 1, -VX ' njx- z,- 1 J .ll V m 7 V 4. jx' 11 fx I x XM 'fx 1' 1 55"-T?" -fly fT -1, ff V. . Q A V 1 X Q lgv' ,gy ,MN'Uf' JH' W1 Dy 40 mf QM wil. N 3' J ' 1 'U Q: X 1' . '15 Q V, . .. l ,L gf aj Q, L' A Wy' ,fx ' if J ,QQ 'Q V 'TJ I "N 1' 'K dm 'wk M N x- NX' Q X . 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