Needham Broughton High School - Latipac Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)
- Class of 1964
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What is Broughton?
Broughton is an idea-
a belief in individual worth,
a belief in intellectual endeavor,
a belief that only through knowledge
Broughton is tradition-
the tradition and stability found in repu-
tation, a reputation of achievement
the tradition found in high standards of
perseverance, integrity, and ability,
the tradition of dedicated faculty,
the tradition of service freely given, and
of co-operation and dedication to a
Broughton is spirit-
found in competition, be it on a basket-
ball court or in a scholarship exam,
a spirit of pride in achievement and in
the warmth and simplicity of the ever
a spirit of harmony and unity
a spirit born of loyalty and faith in indi-
vidual interests and merit.
Broughton is an awareness-
of both individual and group responsi-
bility and its importance in a complex
an awareness of opportunity and chal-
an awakening sensitivity to that which is
an awareness of purpose in life.
Broughton is faith-
a faith in individual ability,
a faith founded on ideals of loyalty, re-
sponsibility, and understanding,
a faith in youth and its search for self-
a faith in the future and its promise.
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Autumn to winter, winter into spring,
Spring into summer, summer into fall-
So rolls the changing year, and so we changeg
Motion so swift, we know not that we move.
The beginning was a rainy day, and we were both
glad and sorry to be back.
Broughton seemed strange without the Class of '63,
and it was equally strange seeing new sopho-
ITIOTCS . . .
We were excited at greeting old friends, going to
new classes . . . reluctant to say goodbye to
summer . . .
Most of all, we anticipated a memorable year.
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Broughton welcomed us, pleased to have 2100 pairs
of feet moving down halls, in and out of class-
The parking lot filled up, and cafeteria lines, espe-
cially fifth period, were endless.
We tried to settle down and relearn our study habits,
as extracurricular activities became more inter-
esting and demanding.
New students and teachers were honored at teas . . .
we cheered at football games, went on bus
trips, and did the "Dog" at open houses at White
Homecoming, minus rain, was a success . . .
The Honor Society had its fall induction . . .
We prepared for the future, taking the P.S.A.T. and
absorbing facts and statistics about the schools
of our choice on College Day.
We took part in Raleigh life, attending Van Cliburn's
Concert, watching the uculturaln movies at the
Ambassador . . .
We observed with interest the doings of the special
session of the Legislature,
And, during our half-day vacation at the State Fair,
we ate too much and spent too much, and came
home with sawdust-filled shoes.
The days rolled on, and we barely noticed that the
leaves had fallen.
The routine was set: classes, homework, too-short
The usual problems, the fun, the hopes, and the
occasional discoveries of ourselves and others.
Looking forward to Thanksgiving vacation, we were
stunned, as was the world, at President Ken-
We walked the halls in silence that Friday, November
22, on Monday we had a Memorial Assembly
and saw the televised funeral proceedings.
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destiny rather than choice-the watchmen on the
walls of world freedom. W e ask, therefore, that we
may be worthy of our power and responsibility . . .U
from the last address written by President
John Fitzgerald Kennedy-undelivered.
1917 - 1963
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We haunted Olivia Haney, working on semester
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and went to swimming meets . . .
Girls started knitting their own mohair and ski
sweaters . . .
The Senior Class Barbecue, the Snowball Dance,
and Christmas Vacation were long-awaited pleasures
that seemed to pass in a moment.
The Theatre in Education came to Broughton and,
reHecting present-day England, the Beatles added
variety to the entertainment world.
We struggled through exams, prayed for snow,
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ln February the Senior Class Mascot was elected ....
The beautiful Queen of Hearts Assembly was
held, and a record crowd came to the dance.
Broughtonites went to N. C. State to see the Chad
Mitchell Triog Peter, Paul and Maryg and the
Senior Superlatives were chosen . . .
The Junior Class held a chicken-fry for their money-
making project . . . '
The basketball team won the Eastern 4-A Champion-
March was typically windy, and we wondered if
winter would last forever.
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Raleigh's dogwoods bloomed, work was impossible.
The spring sports started: tennis, golf, baseball,
track . . .
Brave Senior boys seemed drawn to the water tower,
carrying paint buckets and brushes, to paint
proudly, "Class of '64l"
Cheerleader and majorette try-outs were held.
We went to the Junior Prom and the Senior Prom,
and spent our week-ends sun-bathing.
It seemed, suddenly, that time was going too fast.
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May was a Senior, preparing for graduation.
With it came elections of class and Student Coun-
cil ollicers, publications editors . . . College Boards
again, and a supposedly open calendar,
Student Government Day . . . warm nights when we
sat drinking Teems at the L3zlVl.
We took iinal exams, and all at once it was Class
Night, the Senior Picnic, the Junior-Senior Assembly:
It was Graduation, the Senior Reception-
lune was goodbye.
'aM0ti0n so fast . . . so fast . . ." that the year is
gone, and voices still say, 'LI can't believe it's overf,
We grew, we changed, we spent an unforgettable
year at Broughton. This was 1963-1964.
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Dispersers of knowledge, molders of dreams,
Challengers and navigators for two thousand young
The faculty are guardians of hope, 1
Embodiments of patience, understanding, dedication,
Combination secretary, bookkeeper, policeman, ad-
Performers of great services and menial tasks,
Sometimes honorees, commended for their work,
More often, scapegoats, targets for failing students
and distressed parents.
Often considered as a separate breed of men, '
'They are individuals,
Compassionate, humorous, affectionate,
Creative thinkers and strong leaders,
Sculptors of minds,
Guides to understanding,
Gatekeepers of the door to the future.
MR. HOLYFIELD, Mas. Wicxnmi
Behind their desks they labor,
Performing the necessary tasks that keep Broughton
Planning schedules and coming eventsg
Keeping records, making bulletinsg
Giving guidance for the uncertain futureg
Offering understanding ears to earthshaking prohle
Suggesting answers to impossible questionsg
Bestowing honors and sometimes admonitions,
Giving of their time, their hearts to help.
Efficiently, quietly, unselfishly they serve.
MRS. BURNS, MRS. WALKER, NIRS. STEVENSON
MRS. SANDLING, MR. BLACKBURN, MR. CLARK
Seated: Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Melton. Standing: Mrs. Memory, Mrs. Weekes, Miss Pomfrey, Miss Bell, Mr
Mr. Woods, Miss Freeman, Mrs. Shore, Coach Walker, Mrs. Rivers.
Miss Fulcher, Mr. Long, Mrs. Wooten, Miss Cartwright, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Giles, Mrs. Campbell, MT- SHUIS, MiSS Vimeflf-
Mr. Joseph Holliday
Mr. J. Watson Holyfield
Mr. William Blackburn, M.A. B.S.
Dean of Boys
Mrs. Lillian Sandling, A.B., lVl.Ed.
Dean of Girls
Mr. Gary Clark, BS., lVl.Ed.
Mrs. John A. Eberhart
Mrs. Ruth Stephenson
Mrs. Jane T. Burns
Mrs. Hilda C. Wickham
Mrs. Ruby Walker
Miss Ann Aiken, A.B.
Mrs. Genevieve Alexander, A.B.
Miss Frances Ann Bailey, B.A.
Mr. Charles L. Baker, A.B.
Mrs. Saundra Baker, A.B.
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Mrs. Stowe, Mrs. Porter, Mr. Baker, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Yates, Mr. Steed
Mr. Peter J. Beenen, A.B., M.A.
Miss Dorothea Bell, BS.
Miss Helen Bell, A.B.
6, Mr. Edward C. Blakeway, B.S.
Mr. Olin H. Broadway, BS.
Mrs. J. H. Campbell, BS.
Miss Mary Cartwright
Miss Natalie Coffey, A.B., M.A.
Miss Lessie Cogdell, A.B.
Miss Carolyn Coggin, A.B., M.A.T
iMr. H. P., Coulter, Jr.
B.S., M. AMA
Mrs. Carolyn Cox, A.B.
Mr. Frank Crawford, B.S., M.Ecl
Mrs. Mary Donavant, A.B., M.Ed
' ' Science
Mrs. Ehrlich. Miss Cogclell. Mrs. Donavant. Mrs. Levine. Miss Whitmire, Miss Parker. Mrs. Alice Ehrlich, BS.
Mrs. Peacock. Mrs. Fonville. Miss McDearman, Mrs. Kahdy, and Mr. Blakeway.
Standing: Mr. Keen and Mr. Stutts. Seated: Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Swain, Miss Williams. Miss Wilkins, Miss Walker, Mrs. Fountain.
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Mrs. Betty A. Etchells, BS.
Mrs. Lois F. Fisher, A.B.
English and Latin '
Mrs. N. G. Fonville, A.B., M.A.
Mrs. A. M. Fountain, A.B.
Miss Claire Freeman, A.B., M.A.
Mrs. Judith E. Freeman, A.B.
Vocal Music and English
Miss Fannie Pearl Fulcher, A.B.
Mrs. Alice Giles, A.B.. M.A.T.
Mrs. Martha F. Gravely, B.A.
Mr. B. R. Johnson. BS.
Col. L. H. Johnson, Jr.
Mrs. Nell Kahdy. A.B.. M.A.
Mr. Theron Keen, B.S.. M.A.
Mrs. Virginia Ketcham. B.A.
Mrs. Elinore C. Levine. B.A.
Mr. Joel Long, BS.
Miss Ella B. McDearman
Miss Jane McLennan, BS.
Mrs. Vera B. Melton, BS., M.A
Mrs. Mary Memory, A.B.
Mr. Jerome Frank Morris, B.A
Miss Cynthia Parker, B.S.
Mr. Simon N. Parker, B.A.
Miss Laura Helen Paschal
fournalism and English
Mrs. Phyllis A. Peacock
Miss Mary Penney, B.S.. M.S.
Miss Bette Pomfrey, B.S., M.A.T
Mrs. Dixie C. Porter, A.B.
Miss Hazel M. Price, B.S.S.A.
Mrs. Sue H. Rivers, B.S.
Mr. Edward L. Roberson
Mr Etchell Miss Coffey Mr Morris Miss Penney Miss Tinsley Mr Johnson, Mr. Taylor.
Mr. Smith, Mr. Parker, Mrs. Stell, Mr
Mrs. Betty Rudisill, B.S.
Miss Helen Runnion, A.B., M.A.
Mr. James C. Sauls, A.B.
Mrs. Nancy B. Shore, B.S., M.Ecl.
Mrs. Harriet S. Sloan, A.B.
Mr. Farmer S. Smith, B.S., M.A.
Industrial Cooperative Training
Mrs. Nancy Hill Snow, B.A., M.A.
Mr. Richard E. Southwick
B.S. in Ed., M.A.
Mr. Frank Steed, B.S., M.A.
Mrs. Hattie E. Stell, B.S., M.Ed.
Mrs. Dorothy P. Stowe, A.B.
Mr. James A. Stutts, A.B.
Mrs. Virginia Swain
B.S., H.E., M.A.
Home Economics and Guidance
Mr. Robert Taylor, B.A., M.Ed.
Miss Ann Thompson, B.A., M.A.T.
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Mr. Watts, Mrs. Cravely, Miss Price, Mr. Rober on Mr Coulter
Miss Gloria Tinsley, BS.
Mrs. Melba L. Vincent, BS.
Mr. Clyde Walker, AB., Misa.
Miss Nancy -L. Walker, B.S.
Mr. Phillip Watts, B.S.
Mrs. Elizabeth Weddington, B.S.
Mrs. Sarah M. Weekes, BS., M.Ed.
Mrs. Nellie R. 'White, A.B., M.A.
Mrs, Sloan, Miss Coggin, Miss McLennan, Miss Thompson. Mr. Hart.
Mrs. Carolyn J. Whiteley, A.B.
Miss Ann Whitlilire, A.B.
Miss Sarah ,lane Wilkins, A.B.
Miss Angela Williams, A.B.
Mr. Don 5. Woods
BS. in Phy. Educ.. M.S.
in Phy. Educ.
Mrs. Margaret Wooten
English, Oral English, and
Mrs. Zelota Yates, BS,
Horne Economics llfocationall
Miss Aiken, Miss Paschal, Mr. Southwick, Mrs. Weddington.
School Board: Jesse O. Sanderson, Mrs. J. L. Stough, Lewis H. Powell, Maurice Thiem, Cliff Cameron, and Fred Carnage.
BROUGHTON PTA OFFICERS
PRESIDENT: Edward B. Hipp
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT: Mrs. Ed. E. Flythe
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT: Mrs. Roger H. Debnam
RECORDING SECRETARY: Mrs. Locke Holland
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: Mrs. Bert H. Garcia
TREASURER: Mr. John R. Powell
AUDITOR: Mr. 81 Mrs. Travis Tomlinson
PARLIAMENTARIAN: Mr. Shearon Harris
September 16 Let's Get Acquainted
October 7 Parents of Seniors
October 21 Parents of Juniors
October 28 Parents of Sophomores
November 8 College Day Conferences for Parents of Juniors
February 17 Guidance in Vocational Choices
March 16 Founder's Day: Military Information for Boys and
April 20 Recognition of Honor Seniors and Art Festival
Jesse O. Sanderson
Miss McLennan helps Margaret Williams and Chuck Wyatt in biology lab.
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Typing is fun!
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Miss Parker gives the key in French.
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Chemistry can be dangerous: Take care of the eyes!
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In art Jimmy Penninger and Larry Blackwood work against a background of their classmates' paintings
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Mr. Keen checks on
two boys in metals.
Boys and girls learn
the art of setting type.
Emily Honeycutt and
Donnie Ivy sew their
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The inescapable gym class is rewarding and sometimes even fun.
Mr. Johnson checks David Cox in mechanical drawing.
Mrs. Freeman starts these girls off right.
Mr. Blakeway has a way with Mathematics and English
The express line is supposedly the quickest way to food.
A maze of tables piled with books, pocket-
books, trays . . .
A constantly changing scene of people talk-
ing, studying, sometimes even eating,
Signing up for bus trips and buying various
tickets in the midst of it all.
We had music for the first time,
Waited in lines that went on forever,
And ate the unforgettable hamburgers, cheese
sandwiches, Q jello, and plates of cake
For most of us, this was the favorite uclassn
of the day.
The choice makes one think.
Without one soul in sight, the 1
Books are temporarily at rest rluring luncll.
lean, chairs straight.
Tables are crowds-cl willi books. food. and pockelllook
What mlo you mean. Sc for milk?
Individuals and, at the same time, indistinguishable
Separate heings forming the whole,
The classes are the crowds in the halls, rows of faces
They are the leaders and the followers. the conform-
istls and the strongly independent.
Each typified hy its own unchanging characteristics,
The classes are the uncertainty, the freshness, the
bursting enthusiasm of a sophomoreg
The mixed confidence and indecision of a junior:
The work, disappointments, and achievements of a
The classes are hundreds of names and faces,
Each one and everyone:
The classes are Broughton.
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Bufortl.Sefon1l row: Stewart Wilson. Miss McLennan. and Buck
Horton. Third row: Randy Worth.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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BECK HORTON --- .... Vice-President
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STEWART WWILSON --- ---Sergeant-df-AIMS
MISS WICLENN.-KN --- .... Class Advisor
We seniors have gathered knowledge for twelve years,
Yet left so much untouched, neglected . . .
Accepted without thanks the unselfish service of our
Yet cherished in our hearts the memory of their
guidance . . .
Discovered that we hardly know our classmates,
Yet made ourselves a fellowship through working
together . . .
Reverenced the enduring ideas of the past and the
wisdom of our elders,
Yet believed in our right to find our own answers.
We have let so many precious days 'slip through our
heedless fingers, - A
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pleasure and lively spirit . . .
Lived in the ecstasy of one joy-filled moment,
Yet felt and shown an abiding concern for the
future . . .
Realized how far we stand from what we would
like to lie,
Yet grown so much toward that greater maturity.
We have come to the end of a path we hegan to
follow long ago,
Yet somehow found ourselves
At the beginning.
AMANDA N'ELL ABBOTT "Mandy"
A smooth and steadfast mind, gentle thoughts,
and calm desires.
Spanish Club 25 College Day 45 Career Day 3.
PAULA MERYL ADAMS "Paula"
She has a voice of gladness and a smile of joy.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 45 French Club 2,
3. 4: Y-Teens 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4.
WESLEY THADDEUS ADAMS "Thad"
Silence accomplishes much that noise cannot.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 45
French Club 2, 35 Little Theater 2, 35 Chorus 4.
FRANK NAVARRE AGUIRRE "Frank"
Men of few words are the best men.
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25
Mizpah Devotional 25 Track Team 2, 3.
JOANNA AIKEN "Jo"
She has that gift of gifts-the art of making
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 45
French Club 2, 35 Red Cross Council 2, 35 F.H.A.
2? Ensemble 45 Chorus 2, 35 Cast of play Kiss Me
SANDRA LYNNE ALBERG "Sandy"
Be a friend and you shall have friends.
Lafayette Jefferson High School 2, 35 Sunshine
Society 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Queen of Hearts
Court 35 Homecoming Queen 45 N.F.L. 2, 3, 45
Girls' State 35 Cast of play I Remember Mama 2,
My Sister Eileen 35 Nautilus Literary Editor 2, 35
Student Council Representative 2, 35 Secretary
of Student Council 35 Social Standards Commit-
tiee 25 Elections Committee 35 French Club Presi-
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Dark brown eyes, dark brown hair, happy go
lucky, never a care.
Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Red Cross Council 2, 35
Office Assistant 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 25
Mixed Chorus 3.
PAULETTA BRONDELLA ALLEN "Flea"
A girl who loves to laugh should surely do well.
French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Office As-
sistant 45 F.T.A. 2, 3.
THOMAS COLEY ALLEN, II "Thomas"
A quiet man is richer than a king.
French Club 2, 3.
NANCY LYNNE ALLRED "Lynne"
The longer you know her, the better you like
Student Council Representative 45 French Club
2, 45 Latin Club 25 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens
2, 45 Chorus 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 College Day 45
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CHARLOTTE ALEXANDER ANDERSON
My heart is ever at your service,
Homeroom Officer, President 45 Projects Com-
mittee 45 French Club 2, 35 Service Club 3, 45
Y-Teens 3, 45 Program Chairman 45 Y-Teen
Interclub Council 45 Mizpah Devotional Group
45 Office Assistant 3, 45 F,B.L.A. 4,
KATHERINE ANN ANDERSON "Katherine"
The sweetest thing is the pleasure of pleasing.
SUSAN NTCHOLS ANDERSON "Susan"
Ener-gy will do anything that can be done in
House and Grounds Committee 3, 45 Service
Club 45 Ohice Assistant 4.
LEROY CALE ATKINS "Buddy"
I labored with the multitude to build this
building higher in my time.
Council Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Student
Council Representative 35 Class Council 2, 35
Homeroom Officer, President 25 Elections Com-
mittee 2, Chairman 45 School Store 35 Latin
Club 25 German Club 2, 3, 4, President 35 Hi-Y,
Vice-President 2, President 35 Key Club 3, 45
Service Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45
Marshal 35 Social Studies Club 3, 45 Monogram
Club 3, 45 Football Team 3, 45 J.V. Football
Team 25 Basketball Team Manager 35 Tennis
Team 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society Conven-
tion 35 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25
gr. High School Orientation 35 Student Advisor
CHARLOTTE HOUSTON ATKINSON "Houston"
The world belongs to the enthusiast.
Executive Council of Student Council 45 Student
Council Alternate 3: Homeroom Officer, Secre-
tary 25 Traffic Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 45
German Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 35 National
Honor Society 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 College
Day.25 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Student
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Golden arrows of the sun are splinters in her
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 Publicity Com-
mittee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 33
Y-Teens 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional 3, 4, Hospitality
Chairman 43 Office Assistant 43 F.T.A. 3, 4,
Chairman of Publicity 43 Career Day 2: Student
Advisor 3, 4.
FRANK EDWARD BAKER "Frank"
Everything comes to those who wait.
Spanish Club 23 Hi-Times Staff 33 LATIPAC
PEGGY JOANNE BAKER "Peggy"
Laugh, and the world laughs with you3 weep,
and you weep alone.
Homeroom Officer, President 2, 33 Poster Com-
mittee 43 Y-Teens 2, 4: Office Assistant 23
F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Secretary 4.
MICHAEL ERNEST BALL "Mike"
The only days that do not worry me are
yesterday, today, and tomorrow,
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 4: French
Club 2, 33 Swimming Team 4.
CELIA BALLEW "Celia"
Youth calls for pleasure and pleasure calls
Y-Teens 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, F.B.L,A. 3.
JOHN LINDER BARBER "John"
Gay, but sincere, and liked by all who know
Homeroom Officer. President 43 Lost and Found
Committee 33 Sports Committee 43 French Club
2. 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Career Day 3,
WILSON EDWARD BARBER t'Eddie"
Sincerity and truth are the height of every
Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Officer,
Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Spanish Club 2. 33 Hi-Y 3:
Mizpah Devotional 4: Marching Band 33 Sym-
phonic Band 2, 3: Orchestra 2.
AUBREY ELIZABETH BARBOUR "AubI'ey"
Charm strikes the sight, and merit wins the
Intramural Sports Committee 4: French Club
2, 3, 4. Vice-President 43 Latin Club 23 German
Club 3. 4. Secretary 3: G.A.A. 23 College Day
3. 4: Career Day Guide 2.
DENNIS RILEY BARBOUR "Dennis"
Who leads a good life is sure to live well,
Spanish Club 2: Monogram Club 43 Football
Team 3. -iz Baseball Team 3, 4.
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An honest boy who takes it on the chin, a
good' sport and warm heart within.
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Home-
room Officer, Treasurer 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 33
School Store Committee 2, 3, Chairman 43 Span-
ish Club 2, 3, 43 Key Club 43 Social Studies
Club 33 Swimming Team 33 College Day Guide 23
Service Club 4.
CATHERINE RUTH BABCOCK "Cathy"
Scholar of quiet thoughts with certain results.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, 43 Stage Crew
43 French Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 National
Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 43 Y-Teens 2, 3,
Treasurer 33 F.T.A. 3, 43 Winged Words 3, 4,
Editor 43 National Honor Society Convention 33
College Day Guide 33 Career Day Guide 2,
Chairman 33 Jr. High Orientation 33 Student
KATHLEEN ROSE BAGIS "Kathy"
Tall and friendly, gentle and sweet.
French Club 33 Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Cathedral
Latin High School 23 Homeroom Officer, Secre-
tary 23 Red Cross Council 23 Junior Civic
RONALD RUCKER BAGWELL "Ronnie"
Hehlliked to like peopleg therefore people liked
Student Council Representative 23 Homeroom
Officer, President 3, Vice-President 43 Student
Co-operative Committee 2, 33 Elections Com-
mittee 43 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Jr. High
School Orientation 4.
MARY BLOIS BAILEY "Mary"
Those about her, from her, shall read the perfect
ways of honor.
Student Council Represent.ative 43 Student
Council Alternate 33 Lost and Found Commit-
tee 43 Spanish Club 3. 43 Red Cross Council,
Devotional Chairman 3, Secretary 43 National
Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 33 Winged Words 43
Publicity Committee 43 Cary High, Cary, N. C.
23 Class Council, Secretary 23 Beta Club 2.
PAUL EDWARD BAILEY, JR. "Paul"
Seldom serious, often gay, a grand sport in
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DIANA JANE BARBOUR "Diana"
To dance, to laugh, to dream, to walk in my
Chorus 2, 3,
NANCY SUE BARBOUR "Nancy"
When you walk with God, you'll never walk
gomggml Olfficer, Secretary 33 Office Assistant
ALLAN PURSON BARKLEY "Allan"
With malice toward none, with charit or all
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Intramural Sports Committee 33 Hi-Y 33 Key
Club 3, 4.
MARGARET ELIZABETH BARNES "Peggy"
Without love and laughter, there is no joy.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Secretary 33
French Club 2, 33 Red Cross Council 2.
RONALD WAYNE BARNETTE "Ronnie"
There never was ci saint with red hair,
FLORA ELIZABETH BARROW "Beth"
Such a whirlpool of fun and mischief in her
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23 Latin Club 23
:Spanish Club 3, 43 Library 23 Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A.
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EDWIN WAYNE BELL "Wayne"
First in sports, first in the game, he has made
for himself a remembered name.
Elections Committee 3, 43 Key Club 43 Symphonic
Band 23 Monogram Club 3, 43 Football Team
3, 4, Captain 43 J,V. Football Team 2, Captain
23 Track Team 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD A. BENNETT "Richard"
Strong in his convictions.
TERRY WAYNE BENSON "Terry"
Happy is he who enjoys life,
New Hanover High School 23 R.O.T.C. 2: Jil.
Football and Basketball 2: Student Council
Representative 33 Projects Committee 4: Span-
ish Club 33 Monogram Club 3, 41 Football 3, 4.
DEBORAH ANN BILLINGSLEY "Debby"
Respect is what we oweg love, what we give.
Student Council Alternate 23 French Club 2, 33
RICHARD BIRCHER 'tDick"
In quietness and confidence shall be his strength.
Radnor High School, Radnor, Pennsylvania 2.
33 J.V. Football 23 Varsity Football 33 Baseball
Team 2, 33 Sports Club 2, 3,
SUSAN ANN BISHOP "Sue"
Sincerity and truthfulness are the greatest trib-
utes that one can pay unto himself and his
Lost and Found Committee 43 French Club 2, 3,
43 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 33
Hi-Times Staff 2.
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH BLACKWELL
Sweet and fair, a crown of blond hair.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 Library Com-
mittee 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Library Club 3:
Y-Teens 43 Career Day 3.
CAROLYN FERN BLAKE "Carolyn"
An honest heart possesses a kingdom.
French Club 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 43 Chorus 3, 4.
LINDA FAYE BLAKE "Linda"
Disparage not my size, sir, 'tis what's within
F.B.L.A. 43 F.H.A. 23 Chorus 4.
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French Club 2, 3.
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dent 45 F.H.A. 3.
RICHARD PEYTON BLAND "Dick"
A just fortune awaits the deserving.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 4.
BARRY ALLAN BLICK "Barry"
Deeds, not words, shall speak for me.
Spanish Club 2, 35 Junior Civic Council 3, Vice-
MARTHA SUE BLINSON "Sue"
Gay is she and happy to be living life the
whole day long.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 35 Hi-Times
Representative 45 Hospitality Committee 25 Proj-
ects Committee 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Y-Teens
45 F.B.L.A. 45 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 4.
,Lx LOUISE PENDER BLUE "Louise"
' K- , xx A soft answer turneth away wrath.
1 , gi 3 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 F.B.L.A. 43
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'N , , "-.31 WILLIAM JACOB BOUDMAN "Bill"
W- Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a
' M French Club 2, 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Football
'Sig Team 3, 43 J.V. Football 25 Track Team 3.
BEVERLY ANN BRANAMAN "Bev"
Her aim is never to offend, and every person is
French Club 2. 3, 45 Red Cross Council 43
Girl's Athletic Association 2, 3.
ADAM TIMOTHY BRANTLEY "Tim"
It is easier not to speak a word at all than to
speak more words than we should. ,-,NN J,
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FRANCES LOUISE BRANTLEY -'Frances' ' ' A- V,
A thing of beauty is a joy forever. ' 'Q ' 'iff I
Student Council Alternate 2, 35 Poster Com- gg. 15" ., ' J -
mittee 45 House and Grounds Committee 35 mr , '
French Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 33 Little ,
Theater 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Kiss Me Kate 45 'J 'r - " 4 ' '-f I
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GINGER ANGELINE BRANTLEY "Angie"
Silence gives grace to women. '
Student Council Alternate 25 Y-Teens 25 I f
DAVID PRITCHETT BREEDEN "David" I
A better friend there cannot be, more fun-
loving lad youfll never see. 5' ,,,,,
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JILL HAVELIN BRESLAU "Jin" 3 " ,L ,5
She combines intelligence with charm. ' 4 5 1 1 " ' 7
Student Council Representative 25 Publicity KI 'f 5 ' Y
Committee 25 Homeroom Hi-Times Representa- ' 'f ' ' -' fr Sw-
tive 3, Secretary 45 Hospitality Committee 43 V." s 5
French Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President Sho , W- ' I . . ,
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Winged Words 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC Ram " jf
Staff 3, 4, Editor-In-Chief 45 Lee H. Edwards, Q,
DIANNE KAY BRIDGES "Dianne" x. YV
Neatness is a crowning grace of womarihood.
Red Cross Council 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
DOUGLAS WILKINSON BRIDGES "Doug" XF' , 104, ,' x
Energy and persistence conquer all things. t
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Latin ,
Club 25 Hi-Y 3: Chorus 45 Monogram Club 2, Q M, '
3, 4, Football Team 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team KL: sr , , ,
2. 3, 45 Baseball Team 2, 3, 45 Student Council rv' I Q ,, f
Representative 25 Newspaper Staff 25 Hillwood , 4 i ' G
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GEORGE HINES BRIDGES "George"
1 take life easy and have no regrets.
Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Red
Cross 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, 4.
PAUL BRIERLEY "Paul"
A good nature wins the heart.
Vocational Industrial Club 4.
MARGARET DODD BRITTON "Margaret"
With knowledge, she gained wisdom and un-
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student
Council Representative 2, 33 Homeroom Officer,
Treasurer 43 Cafeteria Committee 3, 4, Chair-
man 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Latin
Club 2, Vice-Presidentg G.A.A. 23 National Honor
Society 3, 43 Chorus 43 College Day Guide.33
ginger Day 33 Junior Civic Council 2, 33 Service
JAMES WESLEY BROADWAY "Jimmy"
Born for success he seemed, with grace to
win, with a heart to hold.
Class Council 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Homeroom
Officer, Vice-President 2, 3, 43 Student Co-
operative 43 Standards 2, 33 Latin Club,
Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Treasurer 33 Hi-Y 33 Key
Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Marshall 43 Monogram
Club 4, President3 J.V. Football Team 23 J.V.
Basketball 23 Basketball Team, Co-Captain 3, 43
Track Team 3, 4.
ALLAN HOUSTON BROCK "Allan"
He's good-natured and full of fun, and always
manages to get some work done.
Latin Club 43 Northwest- High School 2, 33
Monogram Club 2, 33 J.V. Football Team 23
Varsity Football Team 33 J.V. Basketball Team 2.
FAYE GAYNELLE BROOKS M "Faye"
Gentle in speech, sweet Ain disposition, modest
in manner. I
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2,
Secretary 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43
Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 Lariimc Staff 2, 4.
HAROLD K. BROUGHTON "Harold"
A good man and true.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4.
SHERYL BETH BROWN "Sheryl"
Quietness forms the veil of many loveable
Cleveland Heights High School, Cleveland, Ohio
23 G.A.A. 23 Girls' Cabinet 23 Jr. High School
Orientation 23 Teacher's Assistant 2.
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An ounce of wit is worth a mill-ion in gold.
Homeroom Officer 2, President 23 Spanish Club
2, 3, 4, President 33 Red Cross Council 23
Key Club 3.
WILLIAM HOLLY BUCHANAN "Bill"
His worst he kept-his best he gave.
Traffic Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 4.
DAVID ABRAM BUCHDAHL "Dave"
Set perfection as your goal, remembering self-
satisfaction is as important . . . happiness will
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student
Council Representative 23 Student Council Al-
ternate 33 Class Council 23 Projects Committee
3, 4, Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 43 Hi-Y 23 Key Club 43 National
Honor Society 43 Track Team 33 College Day 33
Homecoming Committee 4.
ELIZABETH FARRIOR BUFORD "Betsy"
Happiness is not something you find, it is
something you create.
Student Council Representative 43 Senior Class
Secretary 43 Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33
French Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Red Cross
Council 2, 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional 33 Future
Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 43
Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor 43 LATIPAC Staff
2, 3, 43 College Day Guide 33 Career Day Guide
23 Publicity 33 Junior High Orientation 3: Stu-
dent Advisor 43 Inter-Club Council 43 Junior
Civic Council 33 Money-Making Publicity Chair-
man 33 Service Club 43 Student Leaders Ban-
DIANA LYNN BULLARD "Lynn"
Gifted with a wise mind, she has a mischievous
twinkle in her eye.
Library Committee 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secre-
tary 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Library Club 43 Orchestra
2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2. 3, 43 Circus Band 4,
DELANE KAY BURRAGE. "Deedy"
Quiet, steadfast, and faithful.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Office Assistant 4.
JEAN WARDINE BUTLER "Ronald"
A queenly bearing has this maiden fair, and a.
sense of humor rich and rare.
Homeroom Officer 23 Junior Red Cross 23
F.B.L.A. 3, 43 College Day 4.
MICHAEL BYE "Mike"
True to his word, his work, and his friends.
Intramural Sports Committee 43 Spanish Club
2, 33 Science Club 2, 3, 4, President 4.
JAMES DAVID BYNUM "James"
I profess not talking, only this, let each man
do his best.
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Thy only gift is a portion of thyself.
Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom
Officer, Treasurer 2, President 33 Student Co-
operative 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 3,
Vice-President 43 Hi-Y 33 Service Club 3, 43
Speech Club 2, 3, 43 Debate Team 2, 3, 43
National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
3, President 43 Monogram Club 3, 4, Treasurer
43 Football Team, Manager 2, 33 College Day
Guide 33 Career Day 2,
.JAMES BARRI CAPPS "James"
Know this, that he is a friend of himself is a
friend of all men.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 43
Homecoming Committee 4, Parade Chairman 43
Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y
23 Key Club 43 Social Studies Club 3, 43 Hi-
Times Staff 3, 43 LA'r1PAc Staff 3, 43 College
Day 43 Career Day 3.
CLARK HOWELL CARD "Clark"
Wise to resolve, and patient to perform.
MARVIN GEORGE CARDON "Marvin"
True humor springs not more from the head
than from the heart.
WOODROW WILSON CARROLL "Sonny"
Merrily, merrily shall 1 live now.
Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 2.
ELLEN CARRUTH "Ellen"
Actions speak louder than words.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 23
Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2.
BARRY WINSLOW CARTER "Barry"
Happiness seems made to be shared.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, '33
French Club 23 Jr, Red Cross Representative
2 33 Audio Visual Club 33 Monogram Club,
2, 33 J,V. Football 23 Varsity Football Team
3, 43 Track Team 2, 3.
BOBBY WAYNE CARVER "Wayne"
It is not what he has, nor what he does
which expresses the worth of a man, but
what he is.
Civil Defense 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y
2, 3. 43 Red Cross Council 43 Little Theater 33
Mizpah Devotional 33 Cast of Play 3, Loud Red
Patrick 33 College Day 3, 43 Career Day '23 Jr.
Civic Council 43 Jr. High School Orientation 3,
RAY WALTER CATLETTE "Ray"
The lad was ever a rover, loving and laughing
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Presi-
dent 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Rresident 2,
President 3: Monogram Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
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Depend not on fortune but on conduct.
Intramural Sports Committee 43 German Club
3, 4: Hi-Y 33 Key Club 4.
MARTHA KATHLEEN CALDWELL "Martha"
Those who bring sunshine into the lives of
others cannot keep it from themselves.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 43 French
Club 2, 33 Red Cross Council 33 Y-Teens 23
College Day 33 Career Day 2.
MARY CATHERINE CALTON "Mary"
A lovely girl weive all admired, whose pleasant
ways are much desired.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 33 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 43 School Store 43 Standards Com-
mittee 23 Intramural Sports 33 Spanish Club,
Vice-President 23 Marshal 43 College Day 33 Ca-
reer Day 23 Junior High School Orientation 33
Student Advisor 4.
JIMMY NELSON CAMPBELL "Shorty"
A merry heart that laughs at care.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2,
VIRGINIA LOUISE CANTERBURY "Virginia"
Live your life today.
French Club 2, 33 Whiteville High School, White-
ville, North Carolina.
MYRTLE LILLIAN CAPEHART "Myrt"
Take care of the minutes, for the hours will
take care of themselves.
Spanish Club 23 Y-Teens 23 F.H.A. 2.
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Friendly, always cheerful, blessed with com-
Social Standards Committee 33 Spanish Club 2,
3, 4, Treasurer 23 College Day 2.
MARTIN BRUCE CHADWICK "Bruce"
A good disposition is more valuable than gold.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Elec-
tions Committee 43 Hi-Y 23 Career Day 2,
CHARLES QUINTARD CHERRY "Chuck"
In friendship we find nothing false or insincereg
everything is straight-forward and springs
from the heart.
Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Of-
ficer 2, President 23 School Store Committee 43
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band 2,
BARBARA EDEN CHURCH "Bunny"
A perfect woman, nobly planned, to warm, to
comfort, and command.
Executive Council of Student Council 4: Council
Officer, Treasurer 43 Student Council Repre-
sentative 2, 33 Class Officer, Secretary 23 Pub-
licity Committee 23 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 2, 3, Secretary 43 Latin Club, Secretary
23 Junior Red Cross 23 National Honor Society
3, 43 National Forensic League 2, Y-Teens 23
F.T.A. 33 Marshal 33 Social Studies Club 2, 33
Winger Words 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 33
College Day 23 Career Day 33 Junior High School
Orientation 33 Student Adviser 43 Service Club 4.
SANDRA TERRI CLARK "Sandra"
Small in stature, but big in everything that
makes friends. A
French Club 2, 33 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 43
Y-Teens 23 Mizpah Devotional 23 F.B.L.A. 43
Junior Civic Council, Reporter 4.
WILLIAM CARL COATES, JR. "Carl"
It's not who you are but what you are that
makes the difference.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4.
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Live, love, and be happy-
Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Office Assistant
33 F.H.A. 3, 43 Varsity Band 2, 33 Bus Driver
3, 43 Poster Committee 4.
KIPP COHOON "Kipp"
A girl of the loveliest kind.
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Class
Council, Junior Class Treasurer 33 Homeroom
Officer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 33 Social Stand-
ards Committee, Chairman 43 French Club, Vice-
President 3, 43 Latin Club, Secretary 2, 43
National Honor Society 3, 43 Library Club 23
Marshal 43 Winged Words 3, 43 College Day
Guide 33 Career Day Guide 23 Junior High
Orientation 33 Service Club 4.
JAMES ROSSER COLLINS "Jim"
He that hath knowledge spareth his words.
Hi-Times Representative 23 French Club 2, 33
College Day 3.
CHARLES WILLIAM COOKE "Bill"
Energetic, willing, anything but idle.
Spanish Club 3,
JAMES TELFAIR CORDON, JR. "Jimmy"
There is no substitute for plain, everyday
Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President. 43 March-
ing Band 23 Symphonic Band 23 Radio Club 2.
MICHAEL WESCOTT CORKRAN "Mike"
He's sincere and friendly, with an excellent
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Stage
Crew 3, 4, Chairman 43 French Club 33 Latin
Club 2, 43 German Club 3. 43 Hi-Y 43 Service
Club 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-
Arms 3, 43 Golden Masquers 3, 43 National Honor
Society 43 Speech Club 23 Social Studies Club 23
Cast of Play 2, 3, 4, Mrs. McThing, Oklahoma
23 The Lottery 33 Kiss Me Kate 43 College
Day Guide 2, 3.
CHARLES THOMAS COUCH "Thomas"
A light heart lives long.
Spanish Club 2, 33 Ensemble 43 Chorus 2, 33
Cast of play, Kiss Me Kate 4.
GREGORY BRAY COUDRIET "Greg"
Of honest worth, one on whom we can depend.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Latin Club
23 Spanish Club 3, 4.
ALTON CORNISH CORVAN "Alton"
Style is a man's owng it is a part of his nature.
Spanish Club 2. 33 Science Club 43 Radio Club
3, 4, Secretary 3.
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I say no more than 1 should say.
Spanish Club 2, 33 Red Cross Council 2.
SUSAN DIANNE DANIELEY "Susan"
My gentle friend, thou woulds't find the good
Student Council Representative 23 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 43 Homeroom Officer, Secretary
2, 33 Intramural Sports Committee 33 Spanish
Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
DENISE ESTER DAVIS "Denise"
Her true happiness makes others smile.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Homeroom
Officer, Hi-Times Representative 3,
DONNA MARIE DAVIS "Donna"
Sweetness is the quality we love in all.
Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Office Assistant
33 Chorus 43 Millbrook High School 23 F.H.A.
23 Blue Notes Staff 23 Glee Club 2.
LINDA ELIZABETH DAVIS "Linda"
The first and last thing required of genius is
love of truth.
Sports Committee 2, 33 German Club 2,'43, 43
Honor Society 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Winged
Words 3, 43 College Day Chairman 43 G.A.A.
23 F.T.A. 3.
WALTER RICHARD DAVIS "Walter"
Happy am I, from care Fm free!
Spanish Club 3, 43 Junior Music Club of Ra-
leigh 43 Rockingham High School, Rockingham,
N. C. 23 Band 23 Student Council Representative
NANCY ANN DEWAR "Nancy"
To live, to love, to see, to enjoy.
Y-Teens 43 Office Assistant 3, 43 F,B.L.A. 4.
ANNE MARGUERITE DINSMORE "Anne"
Quiet, friendly, nice to know.
Y-Teens 43 Chorus 4: Burroughs High School
2, 33 Girls' League 2, 33 Devotions Chairman 33
Class Council 2, 3.
ROBERT EVERETT DIXON "Bobby"
A little nonsense now and then is beneficial
to the best of men.
Spanish Club 3.
THOMAS ALLAN COX "Tommy"
His sense of humor is matched by his willing-
ness to work.
Millbrook High Schoolg Band, Vice-President
2, 3, Drum major 2, 33 French Club 23 Chorus
2, 33 Red Cross Council, Vice-President 33 En-
I CLARK EVANS CRAIVDER "Clark"
Hr' Cheerfulness is an offshoot of goodness and
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3, German Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 33 Key Club 43 Science
3 Club 43 Radio Club 23 Hi-Times Staff 23 Track
MARY KAY CREECH "Mary Kay"
A gentle mind by gentle deeds is known.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 French Club
3, 43 Red Cross Council 2, 3.
CHARLES PETER CRETTIER -'charles'
k True worth is in being, not seeming.
German Club 2, 3, 4.
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if JAMES ROBERT CROSSLAND 'Bobby"
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Club 2, 33 Track Team 2.
DENNIS LAURENCE CUDDY "Dennis"
Without music life would be a mistake.
Homeroom Officer, President 23 French Club
2, 3, Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Ensemble 3, 43
Chorus 23 Social Studies Club 3, 43 Governor's
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Life is full of amusement to an amusing man.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Garner
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MARCIA DUCKETT "Marcia"
A fair exterior is a silent recommendation.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23 Hi-Times Rep-
resentative Alternate 33 Hi-Times Representa-
tive 43 Poster Committee 43 French Club 3, 4,
Treasurer 43 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens
2, 33 Social Studies Club 23 Hi-Times Staff 43
L.-vrirac Staff 4.
ROGER NELSON DUCKETT "Roger"
Blessed is the man who has the gift of making
Student Council Representative 3, 43 Student
Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Ohicer, Pres.
2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Social Studies Club 2, 33
Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LA-r1PAc Staff 3, 4.
SUZANNE ESTELLE DUPREE "Suzanne"
Friendship is priceless3 it cannot be bought or
sold, for it is a gift of the heart.
Student-Co-operative Committee 2, 33 Spanish
Club 2, 33 Little Theater 43 Y-Teens 43 Office
Assistant 2, 33 Winged Words 43 College Day
2, 43 Career Day 3.
DOUGLAS JONES DURHAM "Doug"
He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest,
acts the best.
Student Council Rep. 23 Homeroom Ofhcer, Pres.
2, 43 Class Council 43 Elections Com. 43 Latin
Club, Sec. 2, Pres. 3, 43 Hi-Y 3. 43 Nat. Honor
Society 43 Speech Club 43 Nat. Forensic League
43 Mizpah Devotional 43 Monogram Club 3, 43
Winged Words 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Boys' State 33
Junior High Orientation 33 Highland Falls, N. Y.
23 Cross Country3 Ice Hockey.
MILDRED LOUISE DUVALL "Millie"
A thi-rig seriously pursued affords true enjoy-
Stage Crew 43 Intramural Sports Com. 2, 33
French Club 2, 33 Little Theater 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3,
Pres, 43 Golden Masquers 3, 43 National Forensic
League 23 Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Y-Teen Inter-
Club Council 4, Sec. 43 F.H.A. 43 G.A.A. 23 Okla-
homa 33 Kiss Me Kate 4.
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FRANK WOODSON EATMAN, III "Woody"
Let every man's hope be in himself.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 4, Presi-
dent 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 F.B.L.A. 43
Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Football team 3, 43
J.V. Football team 23 Track Team 2, 3, 4.
ANN CAMPBELL EDGERTON "Ann"
This merry, fun-loving blonde has a way you
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 French
Club 2, 33 Career Day 2.
KATHERINE ELLIOT EDWARDS "Kathy"
Here is a friendly heart that has many friends.
Homeroom Hi-Times Alternate 23 Library Club
Committee 3, 43 French Club 33 Y-Teens 2, 43
Library Club 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 23 F.T.A. 2.
WANDA MARGARET EDWARDS "Wanda"
Quiet but industrious.
French Club 2, 3, 43 Cafeteria Committee 43
Red Cross Council 4.
SEI-IAM MOHAMED EL KAREH "Seham"
Character is the diamond that scratches all
Student Council Representative 33 Hospitality
Committee 33 School Store Committee 33 French
Club 33 Red Cross Council 3.
JAMES MANSFIELD ELLIOTT "Jim"
His heart is open as the day, his feelings are
SHARON LEIGH ELLIOTT "Sherrie"
Silence clothes a warm heart.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 4.
CAROLYN JEANNETTE ENNIS "Carolyn"
We may be as good as we please, if we please
to be good.
JEAN ENNIS "Jean"
If sweetness-uiere insured in dollars, she would
have a million.
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Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 Latin Club 25
Junior Red Cross Representative 35 Science Club
25 Officer Assistant 35 F.B.L.A. 45 College Day 45
Career Day 4.
KAY WEEKS FERGUSON "'Kay"
Whenever it comes to playing, you'll find her
ready for fung but she is also ready when
there's work to be done.
Student Council Representative 35 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 45 Student Co-operative 45 French
Club 35 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 35 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45
Monogram Club 3, 4.
PATRICIA ANN FERGUSON "Pat"
Her days are happy and her life is full of joy
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 35
Red Cross Council 2, 35 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 4.
RICHARD BRYAN FERGUSON "Ferg"
Men are not to be judged by what they do
not know, but by what they know and by
the manner in which they know it.
Senior Executive Class Council 45 Homeroom
Officer, President 25 Elections Committee 45
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4.
MARCIA DIANE FERRELL "Diane"
She is a happy combination of charm, clever-
ness, and common sense.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, 3, Secretary 45
Student Co-operative 25 Hospitality Committee
3, 45 French Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Marshal
25 Student Adviser 3, 45 Snow-Ball Dance Com-
WILLIAM JOHN FERRIS, III "Bill"
A little rebellion now and then is a good thing.
PATRICIA LEE FINKNER "Pat"
Kindness is the golden chain by which society
is bound together.
Hi-Times Staff 45 French Club 25 Teacher As-
EIZABETH PURVIS FINLATOR "Pu1'vis"
Cheerfulness in a person is that which, when
people meet her, makes them happy.
Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer,
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 45 Civil Defense
Committee 25 Lost and Found Committee 35
French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens, 3, 45 Mizpah De-
votional 25 Chorus 45 Orchestra 2, 45 Social
Studies Club 3, 45 College Day 45 Jr. Civic Coun-
DONALD JAMES FITTS "Donald"
Nothing is more useful than silence.
Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4.
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MARIA BYRD EUBANK "Byrd"
Follow your heart5 dreams do come true.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 35 French Club
2, 3, 45 Junior Red-Cross Representative 25 As-
sistant Representative 45 Mizpah Devotional 35
Chorus 2, 4: College Day 25 Career Day 3.
JOHN OLIVER EVANS, JR, "Johnny"
Genius is the power of lighting one's own fire.
Student Council Representative 25 Student Coun-
cil. Alternate 35 Homeroom President 45 Pub-
licity Committee 35 Sports Committee 25 Intra-
mural Sports 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y
2, '3, 45 National Honor Society 3, President 45
Winged Words 45 Boys' State 35 College Day
Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25 Junior Science
NANCY ELIZABETH EVANS "Betty"
Speech is great, but silence is greater.
French Club 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM CORBETT FAISON "Bill"
A shy smile hinting his hidden treasure.
DENNIS LEROY FALTER "Dennis"
Friendship offers the best in life.
Homeroom Vice-President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms
35 A.V. Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Science Club 2.
MARY JANE FARMER "Jane"
She is always ready to oblige.
Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Teacher As-
sistant 3, 45 Monogram Club, G.A.A. 2, 3.
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WILLIAM LOUIS FLOURNOY, JR. "Bill"
Give to the world the best that you have, and
the best will come back to you.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 35 Treasurer
45 Monogram Club 45 Track Team 2, 3, 4.
JAMES MONROE FLOYD "Jim"
The deepest rivers flow with the least sound.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 45
gregdcla Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Track Team
MARGARET WHITE FONTAINE "Peggy"
Her air, her manner, all who saw admired.
Executive Council of Student Council 45 Stu-
dent Council Representative 25 Class Council 25
Cafeteria Committee 25 Assembly Chairman 45
Lost and Found Committee 3: French Club 2. 3.
4, Vice-President 25 Latin Club 25 Service Club 45
National Honor Society 3, 45 Social Studies Club
35 Winged Words, Secretary 35 College Day 35
Career Day 2, 35 Jr. High School Orientation 3.
THOMAS LEONARD FONVILLE "Tommy"
Mischief with a wonderful and understanding
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 25 Social
S:gaigda5'ds145 Spanish Club 2, 45 Audio Visual
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IDA LOUISE FORBES "Ida"
A sparkle in her eyes and a smile upon her lips.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 School Store
25 French Club, Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 Y-Teens
25135 F.H.A. 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Social Studies
WILLIAM ALBERT FOSTER "Bill"
The mirror of all courtesy.
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Where words are scarce, they are seldom spent
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French Club 25 Latin Club 25 Office Assistant 3.
MARSHA DALE FRALICK "Marsha"
Her ways are ways of pleasantness.
Poster Committee 45 Junior Red Cross 3, 45
BOBBY EARL FRAZIER "Bobby"
He'll find a way.
CHARLES BENJAMIN FREEMAN "Ben"
He only Lis a well-made man who has a good
Junior Hi-Y 35 Key Club 45 Marching Band 2, 35
Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 35 Or-
chestra 35 College Day 35 Student Advisor 4,
SANDRA POWELL FRY "Sandra"
Let intelligence be your guide and love your
Student Council Representative 45 French Club
2, 3, 45 Vice-President 45 German Club 45 Little
Theater 35 Y-Teens, 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 45
Chorus 45 Social Studies Club 35 Kiss Me Kateg
Career Day Guide 2,
THOMAS BANKS FRY "Tommy"
A real nice fellow and a true friend.
Vocational Industrial Club 4.
GLORIA ANN FRYE "Gloria"
From her worthy qualities, it would be a task
to pick her best.
French Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Representative 25
Y-Teens 2. 3, 4: Mizpah Devotional 25 F.T.A. 4.
LONNETTE NEESE FULCHER "Tinie"
Happy expression wins affection.
Homeroom Officer, President 3. Vice-President
45 French Club 2. Treasurer 25 Y-Teens 35 Mizpah
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Life is a picture, so paint it well.
Poster Committee 3, 43 Spanish Club 35 Library
Club 33 Career Day 35 Chorus 4.
ELIZABETH ANN GARRISS "Betty"
Light-hearted, gay, full of fun, for a true good
sport she will be one.
French Club 2, 35 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 2, President 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 G.A.A.
2, 35 Hi-Times Staff 2,
MARY ELLA ,GARRISS "Mary"
Earnestness and sincerity she had in abundance.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 French Club
2, 35 Red Cross Council 2, 3. 4, Secretary 2.
COLON WARD GASKILL "Colon"
Compound of quality, noble and true, with
plenty of sense and good humor too.
Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Of-
ficer, President 45 Assembly Committee 45 Span-
ish Club 2, 3, 43 Chorus 4.
COLON WILLIAM GASKINS "Bill"
A good heart is better than all the heads in
THOMAS ELIJAH GATEWOOD "Tommy"
The world is blessed most by men who do
things, and not by those who merely talk
Hodmeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, Vice-
President 45 Intramural Sports Committee 2, 3,
45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Monogram
Club 45 Football Team 3, 45 J.V, Football Team
25 Track Team 2.
SHEILA RAE GATTIS "Gabby"
Ambition rules her brain and love, her heart.
Student Council Alternate 2, 33 Homeroom Of-
ficer. Secretary 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3: Red
Cross Council 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2. 3, 41 FBLAA-
2, 3. 4,
LYNN ELIZABETH GAUTHIER "Lynn"
Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness, a fitting
Harry P. Harding High School, Charlotte, N. C.
2, 35 Student Council Representative 2, 32 F.H,A.
Secretary 2, President 35 G.A,A. 2, 33 Red Cross
Representative 33 Chaplains Council 3: Calen-
dar Girl 35 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 4.
DON GOODVVIN GAW "DOH"
Good humor is the clear blue sky of the soul,
Stage Crew Committee 3, 45 School Store Com-
mittee 25 German Club 2. 3. 45 Little Theater
2, 3, 45 Golden Masquers 3, 4.
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We attract hearts by the qualities we display.
We retain them by the qualities we possess.
Alternate Hi-Times Representative 25 Hi-Times
Representative 35 Library Committee 3, 45 Span-
15h Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 35 H1-
Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3.
BARBARA ANN GARCIA "Barbara"
Sweet, attractive, kind of grace.
French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
ANNE MARIE GARDNER "Anne"
Goodlnature is the sign of a large and generous
Poster Commit.tee 45 Spanish Club 35 Red Cross
Council 35 Girls' Chorus 25 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45
LATIPAC Staff 3, 45 College Day 4.
DONNA RUTH GARGIS "Donna"
She has a habit of looking on the sunny side
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Red Cross Coun-
cil 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, F.B.L.A. 45 Chorus 2, 35
Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT JAMES GARNER "Jimmy"
Great is my wisdom, though I jest and play,
Homeroom Officer, President 25 Vice-President
35 Hi-Times Alternate 45 Elections Committee
45 French Club 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
GAIL PAGE GARRELL "Snatch"
Let not your heart be troubled.
Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 45 St. Genevieve Academy
35 Hospitality Committee 35 Junior Play 35 Cheer-
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RICHARD ARTHUR GAY "Dickie"
Life is far too interesting to take seriously.
Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Council 45 Poster
Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4.
JANET ANNE GELPI "Janet"
Of all the things you wear, your expression
is the most important.
GILCHRIST MCLEAN GIBSON "Chris"
I find the greatest thing in this world is ,not
so much where we stand, as in what direction
we are moving.
Student Council Representative 25 Latin Club 25
Spanish Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 25 Red Cross Council 4.
MARY ELLEN GOE "Meg"
Quick and lively, happy and gay, a smile for
all who come her way.
Student Council Representative 3, 45 Publicity
Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35
Chorus 45 Social Studies Club 3, 4: College
Day 35 Career Day 25 Student Adviser 4.
ALICE KIRK GRAHAM "Alice"
She studies hard but keeps her friendsg she is
the type that always wins.
Executive Council of Student Council 45 Class
Council 45 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 35
Publicity Committee Chairman 45 Lost and
Found Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 45 Na-
tional Honor Society 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Teacher
Assistant 45 F.T.A. 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 45
Social Studies Club 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 3. 4:
Larumc Staff 3, 45 College Day 2, 3. 45 Career
Day 35 Jr. Civic Council 4, Publicity Chairman
45 Jr, High Orientation 35 Student Adviser 45
Homecoming Committee 4.
CHARLES GEORGE GRAHAM "Chuck"
Our deeds determine us, as much as we de-
termine our deeds.
Stage Crew 45 French Club 2, 35 Little Theater,
Vice-President 3, 45 Golden Masquers 3, 45
Mizpah Devotional 35 Cast of Loud Red Patrick,
The Lottery, Kiss Me Kate.
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Admired by all who know her well, but she
gets into mischief too often to tell.
French Club 2, 3, Secretary 25 G.A.A. 2, 35
Hi-Times Staff 2, 3.
ROBERT THOMAS GREENE "Tommy"
He is as full of valor as of kindnessg princely
Student Council Alternate 45 Class Council 45
Service Project Chairman 45 Homeroom Of-
ficer, President 45 Social Standards Committee
45 Latin Club 3: Hi-Y 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35
Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 45 All-
State Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 All-
State Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
THOMAS ALEXANDER GRUBBS "Tommy"
There is a time of speaking and a time of
Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4.
STEVEN WARREN GUESS "Steve"
To make a jest, to cause a laugh, bring happi-
ness to our lives.
Student Co-Operative Committee 4: Spanish
Club 35 Cary Senior Highg Spanish Club 2.
CARL WILLIAM HAIGH "Heiney"
He was too wise to err, too good to be unkind,
Maintenance Committee 45 German Club 2, 3, 45
Chorus 3, 45 Varsity Band 25 Circus Band 45
Symphonic Band 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45
Baseball Team, Manager.
ALMA JO HALL "Alma"
She worked with determination.
Student Co-operative Committee: Spanish Club
35 Red Cross Council 3, 4, Program Chairman 3,
Vice-President 45 F.T.A. 45 Winged Words 45
Girls' Stateg Cary High School 25 Beta Club 2.
ELIZABETH HARDISON HAMER "Betsy"
Silence is more eloquent than words.
Wadesboro High School 2, 3: Cheerleader 2, 35
Paper Staff 2, 35 Civitan Club 2, 35 Social Si Folk
Dance Club 2, 3, President 35 F.H.A. 2.
SANDRA LEE HAMILTON "Sandy"
My heart is warm with the friends 1 make.
Hi-Times Representative 2, 3, 45 Poster Com-
mittee 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 45
THOMAS JEROME HANNER "Tommy"
My heart is whole, my hand is free, run along
little worries, don't bother me.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 35
Spanish Club 2. 3, President 2, Vice-President 3.
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PHYLLIS GAIL HARRISON "Phyllis"
A pleasant disposition is a valuable possession.
CHARLES MCFERRIN HARTSOCK III "Mac"
Nowhere beats the heart so kindly.
Spanish Club 2, 3.
GERHARD HAUBER "Gerhard"
A quiet disposition and a quiet determination
are two good qualities.
French Club 2.
DAVID PAUL HARVEY "David"
His worth is warrant for his welcome.
Student Council Representative 35 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 45 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-
at-Arms 25 Elections Committee 45 Maintenance
Committee 35 Hi-Y 25 Football Team 3, 45 J.V.
Football Team 25 Track Team 3.
ELIZABETH AGNES HAWKINS "Elizabeth"
She is good to look upon, but better yet to
Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom
Officer, Secretary 2, 35 Projects Committee 25
House and Grounds Committee 3: Hospitality
Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, President 45 Y-Teen Inter-Club
Council 45 Chorus 25 Student Adviser 45 Service
MARGARET ANNE HAYES "Anne"
This efficient lass can come through with any
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 45 German Club
2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2: Orchestra 25 G,A.A, 2, 35
Career Day 3, Class Council 4.
ROBERT FELIX HAYNES "Bob"
A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 45 Latin Club 25
Spanish Club 3.
ARTHUR KENDALL HAYS "Kendall"
Good-natured and full of fun.
French Club 2, 3: Red Cross Council 2.
FREDRICK CHRISTIAN HEATON "Chris"
A tall body leaves room for a big heart.
Homeroom Officer, President 2, 3, 45 Elections
Committee 45 Maintenance Committee 35 House
and Grounds Committee 45 German Club 2, 3.
4, President 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club
3. 45 J. V. Basketball Team 2, 3: Track Team 2.
DAVID JEROME HANSE "David"
He only is deserving of victory who can laugh
in the face of failure and rise to fight anew.
Homer-oom Officer, President 25 Stage Crew
Committee 25 Student Co-operative Committee
31 German Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Track Team
25 Jr. Science Symposium 3.
RUSSELL GORDON HANSON "Rusty"
Friendship is the ability to see with the heart
instead of the eyes.
Class Council 45 Homeroom Officer, President 3,
4: Student Cooperative Committee 45 Career
Day 3: Statesville High 25 Student Council Rep-
resentative 25 J.V. Basketball Team 2.
FRANCES GAYLE HARDY "Gayle"
God giveth speech to all, song to the few.
French Club 2, 35 Ensemble 3, 4, Secretary 45
Advanced Mixed Chorus 25 Kiss Me Kate 4.
NANCY EARNESTINE HARRELSON "Nancy"
Enthusiasm transmits dull tasks into delightful
Spanish Club 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 High
Point Central High School 2, 3.
RITA ANGELA HARRIS "Rita"
She came a stranger and remained a friend.
Spanish 2, 3, 45 Mizpah Devotional 3, 4.
WILEY DOWD HARRIS, JR. "Pete"
What we are is God's gift to us: what we be-
come is our gift to G0d.
Mizpah Devotional Group 3, Sergeant-at-Arms
45 Spanish Club 3, 4.
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STEPHEN WILLIAM HEBERT "Steve"
Wit and wisdom are born with a man.
SHIRLEY ANN HEPLER "Shirley"
Anyone can be good, but it is the privilege of
a few to be sweet,
Office Assistant 4, Y-Teens 4, Latin Club 21
Library Committee 4, Homeroom Oificer, Treas-
ROBERT PRESTON HIGHT "Bobby"
A -man of courage is also full of faith.
Hill and .Springs High School, Richmond, Vir-
ginia 2, Library Club 25 Churchland High School,
Chesapeake, Virginia 3.
TERRY WAYNE HILL "Terry"
Calmly he treads the pathway of life.
Homeroom Vice-President 2, Career Day Guide
DONNA BURNETTE HINES "Donna"
To love the game beyond the prize,
Red Cross Council 2.
DONNA DUFF HIPP "Donna"
Beauty and wisdom are rarely conjoined,
German Club 2, 3, Little Theater, 2, 3, 4,
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PAUL FREDERICK HOCH, Jr. "Paul"
Far may we search before we find a heart so
noble or so kind.
Student Co-operative 2, 3, Intramural Sports
Committee 4, Latin Club 2, German Club 3, 4,
N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Mizpah Devotional 3, 4, President
4, Social Studies Club 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3,
4, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4.
PHILIP FREDERICK HOLDEN "Phil"
An athlete was never made by mere instruction.
Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, President 2, 33 Vice-
President 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, President 2, 3,
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Monogram Club
3, 4, J.V. Football Team 2, Football Team 3, 4,
J.V. Basketball Team 2, Swimming Team 3,
Track Team 2, 3, 4.
MARY ANN HOLLEMAN "Mary Ann"
A smile for all, a greeting glad, a friendly,
helpful way she had.
French Club 2, 3, Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4,
Y-Teens 4, Office Assistant 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 4, LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, 4.
EDWIN GERALD HOLLEY "Gerald"
ls any -man free except the one who can pass
his life as he pleases?
WILLIAM ALVIN HOLLOWAY "Bill"
The word impossible is not in my dictionary.
German Club 33 Symphonic Band 2, 3, Voca-
tional Industrial Club 4, Secretary 4.
LAWRENCE DAVID HOLT "Larry"
Good humor and generosity carry the day.
Audio-Visual 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y
2, Chorus 2, Audio-Visual Club 33 Career Day
GORDON LEE HOOKS, JR. "Gordon"
A quiet and gentle nature has he.
French Club 2, 3.
MARTHA LYNN HOOKS "Martha Lynn"
Happiness is the gift of friendship.
Spanish Club 2, 3: Little Theater 2, 3, Y-Teens
2, 3, F,H.A. 2, Chorus 4.
BEVERLY JANE HOPKINS "Beverly"
Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows.
French Club 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 4, His-
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We know nothing of tomorrowg our business
is to be good and happy today.
National Forensic League 43 Y-Teens 43 F.H.A.
43 Chorus 4.
GEORGIA KAYE HOWARD "Junior"
She has music not only in her soul but in
her fingertips as well.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 French Club 23
Y-Teens 2-, 3, 43 Ensemble 3, 43 Chorus 23
F.T.A. 23 Kiss Me Kate 4.
LINDA ALETHEA HOWELL "Linda"
A perfect lady, lovely, gentle, refined.
Student Council Representative 2, 3, 43 Poster
Committee 43 French Club 23 Red Cross Coun-
cil 23 Little Theater 2, 43 Hi-Times staff 43
LATIPAC Staff 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Cast of Play
Mfsil McThing 33 Y-Teens 43 Inter-Club Coun-
JOAN BEGG HUBBARD "Joan"
Her charming ways, her friendly smile, make
her friendship well worth while.
Homeroom Officer 2, 43 French Club 3, 43
Y-Teens 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3.
President 43 Junior Civic Council 4.
JUNE MARIE HUDSON "June"
Happiness belongs to those who are content.
Y-Teens 43 F,B.L.A. 43 Meadow School, Benson,
North Carolina 23 Chorus 2.
EUGENIA LEE HUFFMAN "Gina"
Carefree and gay in every way.
Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Officer,
Secretary 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 F,H.A. 4.
CAROL ANN HUGHES "Carol"
Small, modest, loveable, sweetg a nicer girl
you'll never meet.
DONALD EDWARD HUGHES "Donnie"
For though he is a wit, he is no fool.
Elections Committee 4: German Club 2, 3: Hi-Y
2, 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Varsity Football
Team 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Student Ad-
CHERIBETH HUMPHREY "Cheribeth"
Happy and gay are her characteristics.
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STEPHEN HENRY HORNEY "Steve"
He is a fellow we all agree, as nice as a fellow
could possibly be.
Myers Park High School, Charlotte, N. C. 23
Student Council Representative 23 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 43 School Store 43 Latin Club 33
Hi-Y 3, 43 Ensemble 43 Monogram Club 3, 43
Football Team 43 Basketball Team 3, 43 J.V.
Basketball Team 23 Track Team 3,
MARJORIE PAGE HORTON "Page"
So of cheerfulness or a good temper, the more
of it spent the more remains.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Office
ROBERT MARSHALL HORTON "Bobby"
He spreads the sunshine of a genial nature.
WAYNE LEE HORTON "Buck"
He whose inborn worth his acts commend, of
gentle soul, to human race a friend.
Student Council Alternate 33 Class Council 2, 4,
Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice-President 43 Cafeteria
Committee 33 School Store 43 German Club
2. 3, 43 Key Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43
Ensemble 3, 4, President 43 Chorus 23 Cast of
Play Oklahoma 2, Kiss Me Kate 4, College
Day Guide 33 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-
NEIL LOUIS HORWITZ "Neil"
To worry little, to study less, this is my idea
Audio-Visual 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 2.
RICHARD JAMES HOSEY "Rick"
Bold things done in a quiet way.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Main-
tenance Committee 43 Spanish Club 33 High-
land Park High School, Topeka, Kansas 23 Foot.-
ball Team 23 Wrestling Team 23 Track Team 2.
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JOHN RUSSELL HUNT "John"
Good nature and good sense within him joined
Chorus 45 Greensboro High 2.
RUTH ROOSEVELT HUNT "Ruth'
Everything seems to please her.
Spanish Club 25 Teacher's Assistant 3, 4.
NANCY GRACE HUNTER "Nan"
Heaven itself did lend her grace.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Hi-Times Repre-
sentative 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45
Career Day Guide 25 Junior Civic Council 3, 45
Student Adviser 4.
SANDRA KAY INGRAM "Sandy"
For this is wisdomg to love, to live, to take
what fate or the gods may give.
Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Officer,
Secretary 25 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 25 Chorus
35 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES DANDRIDGE ISOM, III "Danny"
His nature is ever pleasant
German Club 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Marching
Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus
Band 3, 4.
RICHARD MORRISON IVES "Dickie"
Honor is the reward of virtue.
Rocky Mount High School 25 Homeroom Of-
ficer, Vice-President 25 Poster Committee 25
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Red Cross Council 25 Sci-
ence Club 2.
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BETSY HELEN JACOBS "Betsy"
She was made of happy thought, and full of
wit and laughter.
Executive Council of Student Council 45 Home-
room Officer, Secretary 3: Chairman of Hospi-
tality Committee 45 Sports Committee 35 Projects
Committee 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Teacher As-
sistant 3, 45 College Day 35 Career Day 25
Student Adviser 45 Student Council Alternate 2.
GENEVIEVE JEFFREYS "Genevieve"
Music and rhythm final their way into the secret
places of the soul.
French Club 35 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times
Representative 45 Chorus 25 Ensemble 3, 45
Career Day 25 Governor's School 35 Chorus of
Kiss Me Kate 4, Oklahoma 2.
THOMAS BENNETT JEFFREYS, JR. "Bennett"
Mischief with an understanding heart.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 United
Fund Drive 45 French Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 2,
DONALD KENNETH JOHNSON "Ducky"
Today is yesterdays pupil.
Homeroom Officer, President 25 Sergeant-ab
Arms 3, 45 Elections Committee 25 French Club
2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Science Club 25
Speech Club 25 Junior Varsity Basketball Team
25 Georgia Military Academy 35 Basketball
Team 35 Baseball Team 35 Football Team 3.
DEANNE JOHNSTON "Deanne"
Beautiful as song is silence.
Student Cooperative Committee 45 Latin Club
2, 45 Spanish Club 35 Little Theatre 35 Kiss Me
Kate 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Ensemble 4.
KATHLEEN GAYLE JOHNSTON "Gayle"
For softness she had, a sweet, attractive grace.
French Club 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 3, 45 F.B.L.A.
ELIZABETH GETTYS JOLLEY "Betty"
She keeps her tears to herself, shares her
laughter with others.
Executive Council of Senior Class 45 Homeroom
Officer, Vice-President 2, 3, Secretary 45 Hospi-
tality Committee 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3,
45 National Honor Society 45 Debate Team 2, 3, 45
National Forensic League 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 F.H.A. 35 Queen of
Hearts Tri-Chairman 45 United Nations Pilgrim-
age of Youth 35 College Day 3, 45 Career Day 35
Student Advisor 4.
ALGIA LYNN JONES "Algia"
What is life without some fun?
Forest Hills Senior High, Marshville, North Caro-
lina5 Wingate 25 Library Assistant 25 School
Store 2: Cheerleader 25 Homeroom Officer, Sec-
retary 35 German Club 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Chorus 4.
BARBARA LUCILLE JONES "Barbara"
To love is to find joy.
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RICHARD DWIGHT JORDAN "Dick"
Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue.
Executive Council of Student Council 4, Student
Council Representative 3, Homeroom Officer,
President 2, Civil Defense 3, 4, President 4,
German Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3,
Vice-President 4, Monogram Club 4, Swimming
Team 2, 3, College Day 4, Career Day 2.
ROBERT MICHAEL JORDAN "Bobby"
Laughter-is my object, 'tis a property in man
essential to his reason.
French Club 2, 3, College Day 4, Career Day 3, 4.
TED DANIEL JORDAN "Dinky"
You can't ignore the joys of life.
French Club 2, Junior Red Cross 2, College Day
4, Career Day.
BARBARA LAYTON JOYNER "Barbara"
Love is wonderful but to be loved is still more
Jr. Red Cross 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Hi-Times Repre-
sentative 2, 3.
RONALD KEITH KAREIVA "Ronnie"
'Tis good to live and learn.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3.
DONNA ANN KAYE "Donna"
She has the heart to conceive, the understand-
ing to direct, and the hand to execute.
Student Council Alternate 3, Cafeteria Commit-
tee 3, Lost and Found Committee, Chairman 4,
French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3, Jr.
Red Cross 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Y-
Teens 2, 3, Office Assistant 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4,
Winged Words 4, College Day Guide, Career Day
Guide 3. 4, Jr. High School Orientation 3, Stu-
dent Advisor 4,
HILLIARD HARRIS KEARNEY "Hilliard"
A merry heart that laughs at care.
SUSAN DIANA KEEN "Susan"
She scatters enjoyment who can enjoy much.
PATRICIA KATHLEEN KEEZELL "Pattie"
Be gone, dull care.
Office Assistant 3. 4: F.B.L.A., F.H.A. 2, 3.
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A kind heart is a fountain of gladness
French Club 2, 3, Millbrook 2, F.B.L.A. 4.
MARION GOODWIN JONES "Marion"
A good smile is the sunshine of all,
ROBERT BARROW JONES "Bobby"
A fine boy well liked for his good nature.
Student Co-operative 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 4, College Day 4.
ROBERT LEWIS JONES "Bobby"
Take life as it comes and enjoy it.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4,
Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Circus Band, Orchestra
4, Monogram Club 4, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4,
Golf Team 2, 3.
SARAH JONES "Sarah"
A winning way, a beautiful smile, dresses neat,
and quite in style.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, President 3, 4,
Poster Committee 4, Projects Committee 2,
Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish Club, Treasurer 3,
Junior Red Cross 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, College
Day 2, Career Day 2, United Fund 4.
LINWOOD RAY JORDAN "Lin"
A good name is better than great riches.
Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice-President
33 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Football Team, Junior
Varsity 2, United Fund Representative 2.
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SHAARON LEIGH KEGGEREIS "Kegg"
The secret of success is consistency of purpose.
Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer,
President 33 Civil Defense Committee 43 French
Club 3, President 43 Latin Club 2, Treasurer 33
Red Cross Council 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President
43 Little Theater 23 National Honor Society
3, 43 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 National Forensic
League 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 43 Mizpah Devo-
tional 2, 3: Chorus Accompanist 2, 33 Ensemble
Accompanist 43 Social Studies Club 33 Debate
Team 2, 3, 43 College Day Guide 3, Corre-
spondence Committee Chairman 43 Career Day
JOHN MICHAEL KELLY
The type of man who moves
MICHAEL LEM KELLY
What should a man do
NANCY LORRAINE KELLY
Life's a pleasant institution
Red Cross Representative 23 F.B.L.A. 4.
RONALD EARL KEMP
Fm sure that care's an
MARTHA ANNE KENYON
quietly but steadily
but be merry?
- let's take it as
enemy to life.
Softly speak and sweetly smile.
Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Of-
ficer, Secretary 33 Intramural Sports Committee
43 French Club 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times
Staff 2, 3, 43 LA'riPAc Staff 43 College Day 33
Student. Adviser 43 Y-Teens 3, 4.
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LOUIS TODD KERMON, JR. "Todd"
Something attempted, something done.
Maintenance Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43
College Day 43 Career Day 3.
ELIZABETH LYNN KIMERY "Betsy"
A steady girl with a goal in view and willing
to work to see it through.
Student Council Representative 23 Homeroom
Officer, Treasurer 43 Assembly Committee 43
French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 National
Honor Society 3, 43 Speech Club 33 Y-Teens
2, 33 Office Assistant 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Career
Day Guide 23 Junior Civic Council 4.
MARY ANGELA KING "Angie"
She never knew joy unless sharing it with
French Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Social Studies
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Y-Teens 3, 43
F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43
Career Day 23 Millbrook High School 23 Blue
Notes Staff 23 Glee Club 2.
ELLEN LORENE KING "Elks"
Little girls are the nicest things that happen
Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom
Officer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 33 Poster Com-
mittee 43 School Store Committee 33 Student
Co-operative Committee 23 French Club 23
Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens Inter-Club Council 43
College Day 23 Student Adviser 3, 4.
RONALD SYKE KING "Ronnie"
Happiness is cheaper than worry, so why pay
the higher price.
French Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Representative 2.
CLAUD PAISLEY KIRKMAN "Kirk"
For he is just the quiet kind whose nature
lylillbrook High School, Millbrook, North Caro-
GEORGE LEE KISTLER "George"
Always jolly and carefree, life may be dull
but never me.
House and Grounds Committee 43 German Club
2, 3, 43 Red Cross Council 2, 3.
JANINE ANN KRAMER "Jan"
What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to
Library Commit-tee 3. 43 French Club 2, 33
Library Club 3, 43 F.B.L,A. 43 Hi-Times Staff 43
LATIPAC Staff 43 G.A,A. 3.
BARBARA LYNN LaFERNEY "Barbara"
She is alike to all and liked by all.
Homeroom Officer, Treasure 2, 43 F h C1 b
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GLENN MARTIN LASSITER "Mart"
The music in my heart I bore long after it was
heard no more.
Latin Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic
Band 3, 4, Varsity Band 2, Ensemble 4.
PATRICIA LEIGH LASSITER "Patsy"
A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a chain of
friendship all the while.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Hi-Times Rep-
resentative 3, 4, Maintenance Committee 4: Red
Cross Council 2, 3, 4, Little Theater 2, Y-Teens
4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, F.H,A., Treasurer 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 4, LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, 4,
Oklahoma 2, Career Day 3, Snowball Dance
Publicity Chairman 4, Co-Chairman of Class
PEGGY LYNN LASSITER "Peggy"
The world gives precious gifts to those who
truly deserve them,
Red Cross Representative 4, Poster Committee
3, French Club 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League
2, 3, Y-Teens 4, Chorus 3, Ensemble 4, His-
torian 4, Winged Words 3, 4, Art Editor 4,
Kiss Me Kate 4.
PAUL ODEN LATHAM "Paul"
What is man if he is not a mystery?
Latin Club 2: German Club 3. 4, Hi-Y 3,
Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Symphonic Band 2, 4,
Orchestra 2, 3, Tennis Team 2, 4.
JOANNA REA LAWRENCE "Joanna"
Silence is the element in which great things
French Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Chorus 3,
Ensemble 4, Librarian 4, Kiss Me Kate 4.
KENNETH ROBERT LEA "Robby"
He that resolves to conquer a task and does
so deserves praise.
Homeroom Officer, President 4, Vice-President
3: Civil Defense Committee 4, French Club 2, 3,
Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4:
Hi-Times Staff 2, LATIPAC Staff 2' Swimming
Team 4, Track Team Manager 2.
MARC PALMER LEAGER "Marc"
The world is waiting for better things, go forth
and exhibit thy power.
Student Council Alternate 3, Cafeteria Com-
mittee 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3:
Ensemble 4, Cast of play Kiss Me Kate 4.
STEPHEN ANDERSON LEE "Steve"
He has achieved success who has lived well,
laughed often, and loved much.
Executive Council of Student Council 4: Stu-
dent Council Representative 2, 3, Class Council
3: Traffic Committee 3: Sports Committee Chair-
man 4, French Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Marshal
3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Basketball Team 3:
J.V, Basketball Team 2: Queen of Hearts Escort
2, 3, Jr. High School Orientation 3: Service
RICHARD ALBERT LEIPPE "Richard"
The life of a man is made up of action and
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, 3, 41 French
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2: H1-Y 2, 3, Mono-
gram Club 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 4: Golf
Team 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH BROWNING LAMBETH "Libby"
Sweet and gracious and loving too, always doing
things for you,
Student Council Representative 4, Homeroom
Officer 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Publicity
Committee 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3.
Secretary 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, Service Club
3, 4, Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
Inter-Club Council 4, President 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4:
Historian 3, Secretary 4, Hi-Times Staff 2, 4,
LATIPAC Staff 2, 4, Business Manager 4: College
Day Guide 3: Jr. Civic Council 4, Inter-Club
Council 4, Snowball Dance Committee 3,
WALTER JAY LAMMI "Walter"
Attempt the end and never stand to doubt,
nothing so hard but search will find it out.
JOHN MARSHALL LANCASTER "Marshall"
Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you.
German Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Key Club 4.
MARY DIMNEY LaSALLA "Mary Dim"
She has the power to live, laugh, and love.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2,
Secretary 4, Social Standards Committee 4,
French Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4, Hi-Times
Staff 3, 4. Business Manager 4, LATIPAC Staff
3, 4, Student Advisor 3, 4: Senior Class Execu-
tive Council 4: Service Project Committee 3.
CAROLYN JOYCE LASATER "Carolyn"
All succeeds with people who are sweet and
French Club 2, 3, Library Committee 3, 4,
Secretary 3, President 4, F.B.L.A. 4.
BEN ALVIS LASSITER "Ben"
Never too busy to play a prank or to do a favor.
French Club 2, 3, 4: Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4.
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RONNIE SUE LEITH "Ronnie Sue"
I will -not follow where the path may lead, but ,
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Class Council 45 Sports Committee 35 Latin .1 -5 il 'Q
Club 25 German Club 3, 4, Vice-President 35 ' 1 I
Little Theater 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 5 ' ' ,324 X ,ax
Speech Club 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Sym- A vi I fry' 'N' x
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Chairman in Mrs. McThing 25 College Day Chair- 'f L ,Q - I N C ' A
man 45 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Student 'K T
Adviser 45 Service Club 4. ' , R
GERRY ANN LILES "Gerry" 4
Politeness costs nothing and gains everything, L
French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 45 F.H.A. 4.
RODNEY GERALD LINNEKIN "Rodney"
Silence is a man's chief learning.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 45 Intramural
Spolrts Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Hi-Y Mmwf, ,
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WILLARD DONALD LLOYD "Don" ,
Everything is a source of fun and enjoyment. f 'i
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 French '
Club 25 Audio Visual Club 3. 'ly 552 ' f N
RICHARD REYNOLDS LONG "Remy" 5 V
It's nice to be natural if youfre naturally nice, W' mn
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 French mf- "7 37, 1' 7 Ho-
Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3. 7 M
FRANCES MARIE LYNCH "Fran" ugvu 5 5,5V fi'
Goodness is a special kind of truth and beauty. ,
Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Speech Club 45 F.T,A. 3, 45 gym s
Y-Teens 3, 45 F.H.A. 45 Marching Band 25 Sym-
phonic Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Winged
Words 45 All State Orchestra 45 College Day 45 3132111-m75l'fM 1- 'Fifi-451'
Career Day 45 Student Adviser 4.
GALEN THOMAS MANTELL "Galen"
Go1d loiifs to help him who strives to help
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I There is not strength, but art, obtains the prize.
Homeroom Officer, President 25 Poster Com-
,5 f mittee 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 4.
LLOYD WELLINGTON MARTIN "Butch"
Joy is not in things, it is in us.
,, , H e o Officer, President 45 Marching Band
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5 'Q 5 .I ,, LYMAN WADDELL MARTYN "Lyn"
I C af Good people are scarce.
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f ' 3 '-,. Co-operative Committee 35 French Club 2, 3,
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TIMOTHY IVEY MATTHEWS "Tim"
Goodness is the only investment that never fails.
BRUCE EDWARD MATTHEWS "Brutus"
The gayest laddie of all the group.
Bus Driver 3, 4.
ANN ELIZABETH MCADAMS "Ann"
Great in spirit, large in heart, always willing
to do her part.
Class Council, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Home-
room Officer, Vice-President 2, Secretary 35 AS-
sembly Committee 35 Stage Crew 25 French
Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 45 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Orchestra 25 National Honor
Society Convention 35 College Day 35 Career
Day 25 Needham Broughton Good Citizen of
the Year Sponsored by the Caswell Nash Chap-
ter of DAR5 Service Club 4.
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Life is a jest and all things show it.
Vocational Industrial Club 4.
THOMAS JOSEPH MCMILLAN, Jr. "Tommy"
1 am always content with what happens.
Audio Visual 2, 33 Civil Defense 33 Vocational
Industrial Club 3, 43 Audio Visual Club 2,
RICHARD BOUCHE MCPETERS "Richard" X'
An honest 'man is the noblest work of God.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 French
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3, 4. ' ah'
DONALD MARTIN MCPHAUL "Don"
He wrought all kinds of service with noble ease.
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Assem-
bly Committee 33 House and Grounds Commit-
tee, Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, President
43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 33 Hi-Times Repre-
sentative 3, 43 Boys' State 33 National Honor
Society 3, 43 National Honor Society Conven-
tion 33 Jr. Civic Council 33 Student Adviser 43
Service Club 4.
BONNIE JEAN MESSER "Bonnie"
Her smile, her look, her way of speaking gently.
Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom
Officer, Secretary 2, President 33 Publicity Com-
mittee 43 Projects Committee 23 French Club
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, 43 Red
Cross Council 23 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 43
Mizpah Devotional 2, 33 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Cheer-
leader 43 Social Studies Club 3, 43 Winged
Words 23 College Day 33 Career Day 23 Jr.
Science Symposium 33 Student Adviser 43 Serv-
ace tClub 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi-
BARBARA JEAN MILLER "Babs"
A girl that smiles is worth seeing.
Red Cross Council 2, Treasurer 33 Latin Club 23
Y-Teens 43 Ensemble 43 Chorus 33 G.A.A. 2, 33
Governor's Council on Youth Fitness Repre-
GRADY WILSON MILLER "Grady"
To be honest, as this world goes, is to be one
man picked out of ten thousand.
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Main-
tenance Committee, Chairman 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Na-
tional Honor Society 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43
Symphonic Band 33 Circus Band 43 Orchestra 43
Jr. High School Orientation 33 Jr, Science Sym-
posium 33 Cary High School 23 National Beta
Club 23 Science Club 23 Dance Band 2.
MARY MARGARET MILLER "Mi"'
She has a heart with room for every joy.
Hi-Times Representative 2, 43 Sports Committee
33 F.B,L.A. 4: F.H.A. 31 F.T,A. 31 G.A.A. 32
Hi-Times Staff 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Career Day
33 College Day 4.
OLIVE BRETT MILLER "Brett"
She is pretty to walk with, and pleasant to
talk with, and wonderful to think on.
Student Council Alternate 4: Dance Committee.
Chairman 23 Homeroom Officer, President 2,
Secretary 33 Social Standards Committee 2, 33
Hospitality Committee 4: French Club 2. 3, 4.
Vice-President 3. 43 Y-Teens 2: Cheerleader 3, 4,
Head 43 Orchestra 2. 3, 4: College Day 3: Career
Day 23 Student Adviser 43 Service Club 4.
GLOVER CLINTON MCCAIN "Mac"
His good nature and friendliness make him
Class Council 43 Homeroom Officer, Vice-Presi-
dent 3, 43 Projects Committee 43 Latin Club 23
German Club 3, 43 Track Team 2, 3, 4.
SANDRA LEE MCCARY "Sandy"
Pert was she and fond of flirting.
Red Cross Council 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 4.
WILLIAM ROBERT MCCAULEY "Willie"
No one knows what he can do until he tries.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2.
LESLIE CATHERINE MCCOMBS "Les"
Beauty and wisdom always say the same.
Student Council Representative 23 Homeroom
Officer, Treasurer 3, 43 Traffic Committee 43
Latin Club 23 German Club 2, 3, 43 Library
Club 23 Office Assistant 43 College Day 43
Career Day 2,
WILLIAM JAMES MCGEE, IV "Bill"
Tomorrow is too late, live life today.
JAMES ROGER MCIVER "Jim"
Whoso would be a man 'must be a non-
Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Of-
ficer, Treasurer 2, President 33 Elections Com-
mittee 43 German Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 33 Career Day
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PATRICIA ANN MOONEY "Pat"
She is one of those rarely gifted beings.
Homeroom 'Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Stand-
ards Committee 45 French Club 3, 4, Secretary 35
Little Theater 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 25 Ensemble 3 4'
Chorus 25 Cast of Play, Oklahoma 2, Kiss 'Me
BETTY CLARK MOORE "Betty"
The readiness of doing doth express no other
but the d0er's willingness.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 45 School
Store Committee 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 German
Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 3' Y-Teens 3 4'
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BONNIE RUTH MOORE "Bonnie" 3
Sincerity, truth, faithfulness come into the
very essence of friendship.
Y-Teens 45 F.B.L,A. 45 Chorus 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3.
DONNA KRISTIN MOORE "Kristy" M
Everything is a source of fun and enjoyment. X
Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom . "5
Officer, Treasurer 45 French Club 3, Secretary 35 f, 55" 5 1
Millbrook High School 25 Cheerleader 25 French ,fp
Club 25 Red Cross Council 25 Blue Notes Staff 2. I
SHERYL ANNE MOORE "Sheri" is ,
Bom wise and delightful mo. gh- , 3 .
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 45 French Club ', 3
3, 45 Little Theater 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Winged -- L
Words 45 Wicomice Senior High School, Salis-' , W
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dent 25 Latin Club 25 Poster Committee 2.
KENNETH MICHAEL MOOREFIELD "Mike"
An honest man respected by all.
Red Cross Council 45 Briarcliff High School,
Atlanta, Georgia 2, 35 Beta Club 35 Intramural
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DOROTHY CLARA MORAS "Dotty"
Laughter is an art.
Spanish Club 3, 45 Enloe High School 3.
JUDITH ANN MOSER "Judi"
A dancing shape, an image gay, to haunt, to
startle, and waylay.
Student Council Representative 25 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 35 School Store Committee 25
Projects Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 35
ROBERTA SUE MURLEY "Sue"
As welcome as sunshine in every place.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 25
French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 45 F.H.A. 3, 4, Re-
porter 3, Secretary 45 Hi-Times staff 2.
LEWIS GRAHAM MURRAY "Lewis"
I do not fear tomorrow, for I remember yester-
day and I love today.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 45 Intra-
mural Sports Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 3,
President 35 Science Club 45 F.B.L.A. 4,
SUSAN ELIZABETH MYERS "Sue"
Never hv.rries5 never worries.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Y-Teens 25
F.B.L.A. 3, 4.
JOE WALTER NEAL "Joe"
Why should life all labor be?
Woodberry Forest School 2, 3.
JOHN STERLING NELSON "Sterling"
The great hope of society is individual character,
German Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, Sergeant-at-
Arms 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic
Band 2, 3, 4.
MARVIN THOMAS NELSON "Tommy"
Life should always be loved.
Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Student Co-operative 45
French Club 3, 45 Little Theater 4.
MARIE DENISE NEMETH "Marie"
It is good to think wellg it is Divine to act well.
Library Club 25 Latin Club 2.
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MARTHA YANCY NORWOOD "Martha"
The talent of success is nothing more than
doing what you can do well, without a thought
Poster Committeeg Lost and Found Committee3
French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Latin Club
23 Service Club 43 National Honor Society 3, 43
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Social Studies Club 3, 43 Girls'
State 33 College Day 43 Career Day 33 Jr. High
School Orientation 3.
MARGARET KAY OGLESBY "Kay"
She's a tiny little thing with a smile as bright
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 Spanish Club 33
G.A.A. 33 Y-Teens 43 Girls' Chorus 23 P.E.
Assistant 3, 4.
ELIZABETH ANNE OLDHAM "Anne"
Some say she's quiet and demure, but we who
know her better look wise and say nothing.
French Club 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 23
College Day, Hospitality Chairman 4.
JUDY MAC O'NEAL "Judy"
Loyal-hearted, strong of mind, a grander girl
nowhere you'll find.
Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Cary High School
23 Student Council 23 Library Club 23 Beta
Club 23 Girl's Basketball Team 23 Science Club
JOHN THOMAS OUTLAW "Tommy"
High erected thoughts sit in a court of courtesy.
Spanish Club 23 Key Club 33 Track Team 3.
JAMES EDWARD OVERBY "James"
Common sense is nature's gift.
KATHERINE JEANETTE PACE "Kathy"
A little body doth often harbor a great soul,
RODNEY VERNON PAGAN "Rodney"
Character is destiny.
Hi-Times Representative 23 French Club 2: Jun-
ior Varsity Football Team 2,
JOHN ARCHIBALD PAGE "John"
Give me today and take tomorrow.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Span-
ish Club 2.
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CAROLYN ANDREA NEWHOUSE "Carolyn"
A combination of excellent traits and versatile
Civil Defense Committee 43 French Club 2, 3. 43
MaJorette 2, 3, 4, Head 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43
Varsity Band 2.
WILLIAM MARTIN NEWSOM "Bill"
Nothing endures but personal qualities.
Elections 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 3, 43
Golf Team 2.
EILEEN MAXELLE NICHOLSON "Eileen"
Ready for everything, be it work or play, an
all-round girl in every way.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Intramural
Sports Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin
Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 43 Ensemble 43 Chorus 33
Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 4.
ESTELLE PAULINE NOELL "Polly"
Gentle of speech.
Y-Teens 43 Office Assistant 43 F.B.L.A. 4.
MARGARET CAMILLA NOLSTAD "Margo"
Modesty is beauty in a woman.
French Club 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra
2, 3, 43 All-State Band, All-State Orchestra.
PATRICIA ELIZABETH NORRIS "Pat"
A quiet, thoughtful, sincere lass.
Y-Teens 43 Millbrook High School 2, 33 French
Club 2, 33 F.H.A. 2, 3.
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A wornan she seems of cheerful yesterdays and
Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Of-
flcer, ,Secretary 2, Treasurer 45 School Store
Committee 25 Traffic Committee 45 French Club
45 German Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office
Assistant 25 Student Advisor 4.
STEVE PARHAM "Steve"
His ways are ways of kindness and all his
paths are peace.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Presi-
dent 35 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 25 Monogram
Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball Team 2, 3, 4.
CYNTHIA DIANNE PARKER "Dianne"
True artists are a rare, rare breed,
Library Committee 2, 35 Poster Committee 45
French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2, 3,
GEORGE EDGAR PARKER "Ed"
A fine boy - witty, athletic, intelligent.
Student Council Representative 25 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 35 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-ab
Arms 45 Elections Committee 2, 3, 45 French
Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 3, 45 Mono-
gram Club 3, 45 Basketball Team 2. 3, 45 Tennis
Team 2, 3, 45 College Day 3.
JOHN EDWARD PARKER "John"
The mind of each man is the man himself.
Maintenance Committee 45 French Club 2, 3.
LOIS KAY PARTIN "Lois"
Quiet, gentle, and refined5 always thoughtful
and very kind.
Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom
Officer, Vice-President 25 Cafeteria Committee
45 French Club 2, 3.
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Quiet and sweet is she.
French Club 35 Little Theater 3, 45 Y-Teens
3, 45 Mizpah Devotional 35 Cary High School 25
French Club 25 F.T.A. 25 F1-I.A. 25 Red Cross
Council 25 Y.R.A.C. Staff 2.
KATHRYN NAVICKAS PENNY "Kathy"
A quiet, friendly disposition.
Y-Teens 2, 35 Chorus 3.
DOROTHY JANE PERRY "Dot"
I want to live arright from day to day.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 45
Little Theater 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Mizpah
Devotional 3, 45 Cast of Play, The Lottery 3.
MELISSA CAROLINE PERRY "Melissa"
Kind, helpful, happy, and gay.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 3, 45
Student Co-operative Committee 45 Hospitality
Committee 35 House and Grounds Committee 45
Spanish Club 2, 35 Library Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 45
ga1g5eeiL1Day 25 College Day 35 Student Advisor
JOEL EUGENE PETERSON "Mike"
So much one man can do, that does both act
Student Council Representative 25 Homeroom
Officer, Vice-President 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 45
Spanish Club, President 25 Hi-Y 35 Social Studies
Club 35 Baseball Team 2. 3, 4.
ANDREA LEE PHILLIPS "Andrea"
A smile costs so little but adds so much.
French Cub 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 2, 35
JOHN ELDRIDGE PILAND "Jack"
He has a merry, amiable way.
Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer,
gerieasntaat-Arms 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish
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RONALD GREGORY PITTMAN "Ronny"
The path of duty was the way to glory.
Spanish Club 3: F.B.L.A. 4.
JAMES HARVEY POPE "James
It is' good to live and learn.
Marching Band 2. 3. 4: Symphonic Band 2. 3. 45
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Happy-go-lucky is her trend.
Poster Committee 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 33 French
Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 4,
CHARLES MARK REIFEL "Rusty"
Hard work is the best investment a man can
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Intra-
mural Sports Committee, Chairman 43 Student
Council Representative 33 Student Council Al-
ternate 23, Class Council 23 French Club 2, 3,
Vice-President 23 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red
Cross Council 23 Track Team 23 Boys' State 33
College Day 3.
GARY 'EUGENE REYNOLDS "Gary"
A quiet way, a cheerful smile, a. boy who is a
French Club 23 Varsity Band 2, 4.
FRANKLIN RUSSELL RHUE "Frank"
A shy, friendly way he has.
German Club 2, 3.
RICHARD BRYANT RHYNE "Rick"
Give me the gift of laughter for each day.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Latin
Club 23 Hi-Y 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Hi-Times
Staff 33 Swimming Team 3, 43 Track Team 3, 4.
JOAN NELSON RICHARDS "Joan"
Smart, capable, and always kind3 in fact, she
just can't be defined.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, 33 Student
Council Representative 4, Alternate 33 Projects
Committee 43 French Club 2. 3, 43 Little Theater
43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Chorus 23 Career Day 2.
ROBERT REID RICKMAN "Bobby"
Gentlemanly and friendly are terms that fit.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23 Latin Club 23
German Club 3, 43 Hi-Y Club 33 Swimming
ALICE NEAL RIDGE "Neal"
A happy-go-lucky nature and a strong depend-
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 33 Hi-Times Repre-
sentative 23 Jr, Red Cross Council 3. 4: Spanish
Club 23 Little Theater 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.H.A.
43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LA'rrPAc Staff 3, 4.
KATHRYN SUE RITCHIE "Kay"
Cheerful of soul, open of mind, sensible, happy.
thoughtful, and kind.
Red Cross Council 43 French Club 4: Spanish
Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 4: Library
Club 23 Y-Teens 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 Cary High
School: Spanish Club 23 Library Club 23 Beta
Club 23 College Day 4.
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Enthusiasm is the genius of sinceritypancl truth
accomplishes no victories without it.
Class Council 33 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23
Vice-President 43 Hi-Times Representative 33
Junior Class Dance Chairman 33 Publicity Com-
mittee 43 Projects Committee 3: French Club
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 43 Red Cross
Council 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 33 F.T,A. 2, Cheerleader
2, 3, 43 Winged Words 23 Hi-Times Staff 2, 33
LATIPAC Staff 2, 33 College Day Guide 33 Career
Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 4.
BRIAN PATRIC PRICE "Patric"
Light in spirit and happy at heart.
MARION DUDLEY PRICE "Dudley"
Still and quiet, but deeper than you think.
French Club 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3, 43
Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43
Social Studies Club 4.
THOMAS WAYNE PRINCE "Tommy"
He is a gentleman, his nature is kind and
Homeroom Oi'Fice, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Audio
Visual Committee 23 Red Cross Council 33 Voca-
tional Industrial Club 43 Audio Visual Club 2.
LILIAN ARLETTE PRUITT "Lilian"
A life that leads rneloclious days.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, 3, Secretary 43
French Club 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens 23 Ensemble 43
Mixed Chorus 2, 3.
SARA ELIZABETH RAINEY "Elizabeth"
A sunny attitude goes far toward making the
Spanish Club 2, 33 Little Theater 2, 43 F.H.A.
2, 33 Cast of Mrs. McThing 2.
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Understanding and full of fung his friendship
is well worth having,
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 House
and Grounds Committee 33 French Club 23
Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 43
Office Assistant 33 Hi-Times Staff 23 Career Day
43 Student Adviser 4.
RONALD LEE ROBINSON "Ronnie"
A good disposition is a valuable possession.
French Club 33 Monogram Club 3, 4: G01f
Team 3, 43 Townson Senior High, Townson,
Maryland 23 Intramural Sports Committee 23
Latin Club 23 Radio Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer
OMER LEE RODGERS, JR. "Butch"
Sane, sound, and sensible.
JAMES HENRY ROGERS III "James"
He was never loud, but always kind and gentle-
REVA VESTAL ROTHROCK "Toni"
When she is happy, the whole world knows it.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 3, Treasurer
43 French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 33 F.T.A. 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4.
JOHN MACON ROWLAND "John"
Well-liked is he for his good sportsmanship
Student Council Representative 23 Homeroom
Officer, President 23 Monogram Club 3, 43 Foot-
ball Team 2, 3, 43 J,V, Football Team 23 Base-
ball Team 2, 3, 4.
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We don't know him well, but what we know
Cave Spring High, Roanoke, Virginia 2, 33 French
Club 33 Latin Club 23 Science Club 23 Football
23 Jr. Hi-Y 23 Sr. Hi-Y 3.
DONALD BARDEN RUSSELL "Donnie"
Whatsoever thy hand fincleth to do, do it with
KENNETH RAY RUSSELL "Ken"
Sincere in all he undertakesg always a success
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Student
Council Alternate 43 Student Co-operative 43
Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 43
Hi-Y 43 College Day 33 Cary High, Cary, N. C. 23
Latin Club 23 Beta Club 2: Track Team 2,
PHILLIP KAY RUSSELL "Phil"
He is, in the highest sense of the word, a gentle-
man and a man of honor.
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Home-
room Officer, President 3, 43 Student Co-opera-
tive Committee Chairman 43 Spanish Club 3, 4,
President 3, 43 Key Club 4, Chaplain 43 Marshal
43 College Day 33 Career Day 33 Jr. High Orien-
tation 33 Cary High School, Cary, N. C. 23 Latin
Club 23 Beta Club 23 Track Team 2.
GAYLE KATHERINE SANDERS "Gayle"
Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well.
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Home-
room Officer, Secretary 2, President 33 Poster
Committee 3, 4, Chairman 43 Spanish Club,
Secretary 2, 33 Y-Teens 43 Career Day 23
Service Club 4.
WOODROW B. SANDLING "Woody"
Never loud, but always nice and polite.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 2.
BARBARA KAREN SANDLING "Barbara"
She greets us each and every day with a smile.
Spanish Club 33 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 Greensboro
Senior High School 23 Cheerleader 23 Guidance
Counselor 23 Girls' Chorus 2.
RONALD WAYNE SATTERFIELD "Ronnie"
He who likes music will always be happy.
Spanish Club 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3. 43 Sym-
phonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 3, 4.
EDWARD DANIEL SCHILLER "Ed"
1t's not what you clo, but how you do it.
Audio Visual Committee 43 Publicity Committee
43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band
2, 3, 43 Circus Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2. 3, 4g
Audio Visual Club 43 Swimming Team 2, 3.
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Politics is the art of human happiness.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3. Presi-
dent 43 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,
President 23 Speech Club 2, 3, 43 National
Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Debating Team 2, 3, 4.
BETSY RODWELL SMITH "Betsy"
Unless we think of others and do something
for them, we miss one of the greatest sources
Class Council 43 Publicity Committee 3, 43 Intra-
mural Sports Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43
Mizpah Devotional 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43
LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 College Day Guide 33 Career
Day Guide 2, Publicity Chairman 33 Senior
Executive Committee3 Chairman of Queen of
Hearts Assembly 43 Red Cross Council 2, 43
Service Club 43 Junior Civic Council 4.
GEORGE MICHAEL SMITH "Mike"
A smile for all, but never too gay.
Homeroom Officer,' Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, Vice-
President 43 Lost and Found Committee 2, 33
Spanish Club 23 Career Day 3.
JIM BRYANT SMITH "Jim"
You can go as far as your confidence in yourself
LINDA CAROL SMITH "Linda"
There is laughter in her bright eyes.
French Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 3, 43 F.T.A. 3.
MELISSA SMITH "Melissa"
The best part of beauty is that which no picture
Homeroom Officer3 Standards Committee 43
Queen of Hearts Court 2, 33 Homecoming Spon-
sor 2, 4, J.V, Sponsor 2, Varsity Sponsor 4.
NORWOOD WORTH SMITH "N0rW00d"
His nature is ever pleasant.
SHARON EILEENE SMITH "Sharon"
With a smile of beauty ami a heart that knows
French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 43 F.B.L.A, 4.
CHARLES WAYNE SNIPES "Wayne"
Work is the cure for all troubles.
Vocational Industrial Club 4, Treasurer 4.
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An afjable and courteous gentleman.
Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Of-
gcer 33 German Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 College
MARCIA PAGE SEPARK "Marcia"
With a smile on her lips and a light in her eyes.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Secretary
43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Career Day 2.
ELIZABETH LOUISE SESSOMS "Betty"
Imagination rules the world.
French Club 33 Y-Teens 3, 43 Library Club 33
F.H.A. 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff
43 College Day 43 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4.
FRANCES LACOTHA SHANNON "Cotha"
For if she will she will, you may depend on it.
Student Council Alternate 33 French Club 2, 33
Social Studies Club 3.
DAVID WILLIAM SHUFFLER "David"
As a man thinlceth, so is he.
Poster Committee 4.
CHARLES HINTON SILVER "Charlie"
I make the most of my enjoyments and pack
my troubles in the smallest compass I can.
Student Council Representative 2, 3, 43 Elec-
tions Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y
2, 33 Key Club 43 Monogram Club 43 Swimming
Team 3, 43 Career Day 2.
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Knowledge has he but even more than this
to those who know him.
Homeroom Officer 25 Student Co-operative Com-
mittee 2, 3,145 German Club 2, 3, 45 Science
Club 25 Varsity Band 25 J.V, Football Team 25
Track Team 3, 4.
MARILYN WALL SPEED "Marilyn"
She is gentle that dues 'most gentle deeds.
Library Committee 45 French Club 25 Library
Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Mizpah Devotional 45 F.T.A.
45 Hi-Times Alternate 3.
DAVID ALLISON STALLINGS "David"
Common sense is not so common.
Diversified Occupation 4.
EMMIT WRAY STALVEY "Wray"
May the nicest of everything go to this gentle-
man who truly deserves it.
Elections Committee 45 Hargrove lvlilitary
Academy 2, 35 Track Team 2, 3.
JAMES CORBIN STEVENS "Jimmy"
Ever ready for a good time.
French Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant.-at-Arms 3, 4:
Social Studies Club 45 Hi-Times Staff 45 Bus
Driver 3, 4.
DAVID MANGUM STEVENSON "David"
Nothing can be as commendable as kindness to
Spanish Club 3.
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Such talent plus congeniality will carry him far.
Stage Crew 25 French Club 2.
SYLVIA ANN STRICKLAND
To love and to be loved is the greatest happiness
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 35 French Club
35 Chorus 3.
STUART DIGBY SUNQUIST "Stu"
He is merry and always friendly.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, 35 Spanish
Club 2, 35 Red Cross Council 25 F.B.L.A. 45
Career Day 3.
PATRICIA LEE STRUPLER "Pat"
The quality of wisdom she possesses, but add
to this talent.
French Club 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 All-
State Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
JOHN EDWARD SWAIN "Buddy"
Let thy speech be short, saying much in few
German Club 2, 3, 4.
JAN PHILLIP SWIGER "Stick Wilt"
The secret of happiness is something to do.
Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Symphonic
Band 2, 3, All-State Band 45 Circus Band 2, 3, 45
Orchestra 2, 3, All-State Orchestra 4,
CAROL LYNNE SYKES "Carol"
Music is well said to be the speech of angels.
Spanish Club 3, 45 Ensemble 45 Chorus 35 Chorus
for Kiss Me Kate 4.
ERIC GRAHAM TANNERY "Burley"
Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, 45
French Club 25 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 45 J.V.
Football Team 25 Football Team 3.
JOSEPH HAROLD TARLTON "Joe"
A responsible boy known for his nice disposition.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 45 Bus Driver
3, 45 Cary High School 25 Varsity Band 2.
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She's smiling and rarely sad, one of the best
friends you ever had.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 3, 45 Sports
Committee 45 Projects Committee 25 Spanish
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Hi-Times
Staff 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 Student Advisor 3, 45
Snow Ball Chairman 45 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4.
LYLE PARKE THOMAS "Parke"
A man of independent mind.
Homeroom Ofiicer, President 25 Audio-Visual
Committee 25 Maintenance Committee 45 Spanish
Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 35 Sci-
JEAN LESLIE THOMAS "Leslie"
A disposition that is sweet, a smile that knocks
you off your feet.
Northeast High School, St. Petersburg, Florida
2, 35 Pep Squad Leader.
JAYE TIMOTHY THOMAS "Tim"
Seest thou a. man that is diligent in his busi-
ness? He shall stand before kings.
Vocational Industrial Club 4, President 4.
VICTORIA LOUISE THOMAS "Vickie"
How sweet and gracious, even in simple speech.
Y-Teens 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Hi-Times Representative
35 Mimeo Assistant 4.
DICK JOHNSON THOMPSON "Dick"
To be merry becomes you.
French Club 25 Virginia Episcopal School, Lynch-
burg, Virginia 35 Golf Team 35 Wrestling Team 3.
MARY LOU THOMPSON "Lulu"
Always a smile and a word of cheer.
French Club 2, 35 Chorus 3, 45 Millbrook High
School 25 Ensemble 2.
JANE SHARON THURLOW "Jane"
Wise and good as she is fair,
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Student Council
Alternate 35 Poster Committee 45 School Store
Committee 2, 35 French Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary
2, Treasurer 3, 41 Red Cross Council 25 Hi-Times
Staff 2, 33 Career Day 35 Jr. High Orientation. 3:
Senior Class Executive Council 45 Homecommg
Float Chairman for Senior Class 45 Homecoming
Sponsor for Senior Class 4.
SANDRA ELIZABETH TILLEY "Sandra"
Without love there can be no true joy.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 45 Latin Club 25
German Club 3. 4: Y-Teens 2, 45 G.A.A.'s 2, 35
College Day 35 Career Day 3.
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Let gentleness and sweetness my strong en-
Future Homemakers of America 4.
KATHY RANDLE TEAGUE "K.T."
She may be little, not very tall, but nice things
come in packages small.
French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 35 Career Day 2.
SARAH LOUISE TEEL "Sarah"
A happy soul hath she.
Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4.
MARY RUSSEL TEMPLE "Mary"
A wonderful girl and a good sport.
Student Council Representative 35 Red Cross
BCQZ-iiilzfila 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25
BENJAMIN TRAVIS TERRELL "Benny"
Keen sense, common sense, quite a lot of non-
Homeroom Officer, President 45 Latin Club 2, 35
Red Cross Council 25 National Forensic League
BENJAMIN SHELTON TESH "Benny"
A big heart, always wishing to do right and
be a friend to everybody.
J.V. Football Team, Varsity Football Team 45
A.V. Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times Representative 35
Track Team 2, 3, 4,
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I agree with no man's opinions, I have some of
Cafeteria Committee 45 German Club 2, 3, 45
National Forensic League 45 Mizpah Devo-
tional 3, 4.
TRAVIS HOCUTT TOMLINSON, JR. "Travis"
The true standard of qualities is seated in the
mindg those who think nobly are noble.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 Student Coun-
cil Representative 45 School Store Committee 45
German Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Red Cross
Council 2, 3, 45 Track Team 3, 4.
DONNA KAY TOPPS "Kay"
If I'-m faithful to the duties of the present, God
will provide for the future.
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 25 French
Club 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM MacNIDER TROTT "Billy"
For he that once is good is ever great.
Homeroom Officer, President 35 Student Council
Representative 25 Student Council Alternate 45
Elections Committee 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45
Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45
Basketball Team 3, 45 J.V. Basketball Team 25
Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Queen of Hearts Escort 25
College Day 35 Career Day 2, 3.
MARY FRANCES TYLER "Mary Frances"
In perfect hand, perfect truth, and gentleness
to all mankind.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 45
French Club 2, 3.
BETTY JOAN TYNER "Joan"
Fix your eye on her and watch happiness.
Student Council Alternate 2, 35 Library Com-
mittee 3, 45 Red Cross Council 45 Library Club
45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Office Assistant 35 Hi-Times
Staff 45 LA'rxPAc Staff 45 College Day 4.
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The heart of a girl is a wonderful thing.
French Club 2, 35 Red Cross Council 25 Y-Tens
45 F.B.L.A. 45 LATIPAC Staff 45 College Day 45
Career Day 3.
SUSAN GLENN UTLEY "Susan"
Expect the worst, hope for the best, and take
what comes along.
French Club 25 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Parli-
mentarian 45 Marching Band 25 Symphonic Band
25 Hi-Times Staff 2.
HUGH GODWIN VANN "Hugh"
Your sole contribution to the sum of things is
Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 25 Student
Council Alternate 25 Spanish Club 2, 3.
PATSY JEANNE VARNER "Patsy"
Kindness is wisdom.
Student Council Alternate 35 Y-Teens 45 F.H.A.
25 G.A.A. 35 College Day 45 Spanish Club 2, 3.
ANDREW JON VARON "Andy"
A man after one's own heart.
Stonewall Jackson High School, Charleston,
West Virginia 2, 35 Spanish Clubg Audio Visual
Clubg Science Fair Winner.
JOYCE MARIE VEREEN "Marie"
Her ways are true, her friendship lasting.
Homeroom Officer 2, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45
Red Cross Council 2, 45 Y-Teens 2, 4.
ROBERT ELLSWORTH VICK "Bob"
A kind heart is a fountain of gladness.
Intramural Sports Committee 45 Spanish Club
3, 45 H1-Y 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 45 Symphonic
Band 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM VORIS VINSON "Bill"
Know what is true in order to do what is right.
SHERYLE LANIER WAGONER "Sherry"
Life is not life at all without delight.
Student Council Representative 25 French Club
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It is a friendly heart that has many friends.
Maryland 2, Student Council Alternate, Home-
room Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms.
WILLIAM GERALD WATERS "Bill"
We bear each one our own destiny.
BETTIE LOU WATKINS "Bettie"
A willing heart, a helping hand, always ready
Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student
Council Alternate 23 Library Committee 3, Chair-
man 43 Latin Club 23 French Club 3, 43 Library
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43
F.T,A. 3, 43 East Central District of N. C, High
School Association, Reporter 43 The Tarheel
Binder, Editor 43 Service Club 4.
ETTA JANE WATKINS "Jane"
And what she nobly thought, she truly did.
School Store Committee 43 Alternate Student
Council Representative 43 French Club 2, 3, 43
Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 4,
Treasurer 43 F.T,A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi-
dent 43 College Day 43 Service Club 43 Jr.
Civic Council 4.
HARRY CARROLL WATKINS "Harry"
Speech is silverg silence is golden.
JANICE CATHERINE WATSON "Janice"
Good nature is the sign of a large and generous
French Club 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 4.'
LOLA CAROLYN WATSON "Carolyn"
The hand that follows interest will achieve,
William H. Burges High School, El Paso, Texas
23 Student Council Representative 23 Symphonic
Band 23 Spanish Honor Society 23 E1 Paso
Science Seminar 22 Winged W01'dS 3. 4, POSUY
Editor 43 Stage Crew Committee 43 Little Theater
4, Costumes Chairman 4,
PETER ALEXANDER WATTS "Peter"
Be steadfast as a tower that doth not bend,
French Club 2, 3, 4.
MARY ANN WEATHERS "Mary Ann"
Pretty, charming, and awfully nice, the kind of
girl you look at twice.
Student Council Representative 3. 43 Homeroom
Officer. Secretary 23 French Club 2, 3, Secre-
tary 33 Y-Teens 23 Marshal 2, 3, 4.
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A merry heart that laughs at care.
Library Committee 2, 33 Library Club 2, 3.
DEBORAH FAITH WALKER "Debby"
Dignity becomes a woman.
MARY ANN WALKER "Mary Ann"
Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
Council Officer, Secretary 33 Homeroom Of-
ficer, President 23 Student Co-operative Com-
mittee 23 Hospitality Committee 43 German Club
2, 3, 43 Service Club 3, 4, President 43 Y-Teens
43 Marshal 4, Chief 43 Queen of Hearts Court
2, 33 alunior Civic Council 3, 43 Student Ad-
DELINDA LEE WALL "Delinda"
Do noble things, not dream them all clay long.
French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Winged
Words 23 Hi-Times Staff 23 College Day 4.
PATRICIA O'NETTE WALL "Pat"
A smile for every friend, a friend for every
Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Of-
ficer, Secretary 2: Library Committee 43 French
glub 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Library Club 43 Y-Teens
BETTINA LEE WARTHEN "Tina"
One who is always dependable is as rare as a
French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Red Cross
Council 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi-
dent 43 Y-Teen Inter-Club Council 4, Scrap-
book Chairman 43 F,H.A. 2, 3.
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Many are our joys in youth.
JEAN KIRK WEBB "Jean"
Silence and modesty are very valuable qualities
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Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23 Red Cross Coun-
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WHITMEL HILL WEBB "Whit"
The highest of distinctions is service to others.
Elections Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43
Service Club 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Football
geasm, Manager 3, 43 Baseball Team, Manager
JOHN WESLEY WEBER "John"
Satire is my weapon.
Cafeteria Committee 43 French Club 43 Hi-Y 4.
MARY CHARLOTTE WEST "Charlotte"
To be of use in this world is the only way to
Hi-Times Representative 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23
Red Cross Council 23 Y-Teens 3, 43 Y-Teen Inter-
Club Council 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4.
REBECCA LYNN WEST "Becky"
Her ways are fair and dear and good.
Homeroom Officer 43 Poster Committee 23 Lost
and Found Committee 43 French Club 2, 4,
Treasurer 23 Orchestra 2, 3.
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A sweeter girl cannot be found.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 33
House and Grounds Committee 43 French Club
2, 3, 43 Mizpah Devotional 2, 3, 43 Career Day 3.
HOWARD WHITE "Shot"
An all-around good fellow with a laugh for all.
Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y
2, 33 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Football Team 3. 4:
J.V. Football Team 23 Basketball Team 33 J.V.
Basketball Team 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Queen
of Hearts Escort 2, 33 Career Day 33 Jr. High
School Orientation 3.
NORA ANN WHITE "Nora"
A pinch of mischief with a lot of friendliness.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary - Treasurer 33
Y-Teens 33 Career Day 2.
ROBERT SHELTON WHITE "Shelton"
Wearing his wisdom lightly.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23 Civil Defense
Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 43 Red Cross
Council 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Swimming
Team 2, 3, 43 College Day 2.
CORNELIA QUARLES WHITEHURST "Cornelia"
'Tis the songs you sing and the smiles you
wear that make the sunshine everywhere.
Groveton High School, Alexandria, Virginia 2, 33
F.H.A, 2, 33 Varsity Basketball Team 33 Student
Council Program Committee 33 Pep Club 2, 33
French Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Senior Project 43
ROBERT ALEXANDER WICKHAM "Bob"
He is a gentleman from sole to crown,
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Civil
Defense Committee 43 Hi-Y 33 Key Club 43
Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 43
Tennis Team 2, 3, 4.
TRUDY FAY WILKES "Trudy"
In all sports she greatly excelled.
Y-Teens 43 Symphonic Band 43 Stephen F,
Austin High. Austin, Texas 2, 33 Band 2, 33
Homeroom Chairman 3.
WILLIAM ROBERT WILKES "Bob"
He who is content can never be ruined.
Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 German
Club 2, 3.
CYNTHIA ELAINE WILLIAMS "Cynthia"
We know her for her pleasant manner,
Spanish Club 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Teacher
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Mildest -manners, and the gentlest heart.
Spanish Club 2, 33 Office Assistant 4: James
Kenan High School 2.
REBECCA ANN WILSON "Rebecca"
Talent, intellect, and grace join together to
make a perfect woman.
Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 3, 43 Lost and
Found Committee 43 Latin Club 2, Treasurer 23
German Club Treasurer 3, 43 National Honor
Society 43 '.Office Assistant 33 Cast of Play,
Oklahoma 23 Choreography Kiss Me Kate 43
Service Club 4.
STEWART LEIGH WILSON JR. "Stewart"
The hearty handclasp, the honest gaze, the voice
that means the things he says,
Class Council 43 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 2, 3, 43 Elections Committee 43 Sports Com-
mittee 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Speech
Club 23 Monogram Club 3, 43 J.V. Basketball
Team 23 Queen of Hearts Escort 33 Junior High
School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 3.
GEORGIA LINDA WINSTEAD "Georgia"
Her smile is like a sunbeam.
Y-Teens 23 lVIizpah Devotional 33 F.B.L,A. 3, 4,
Treasurer 43 Hi-Times Representative 4.
ZANE GREY WINTERS, JR. "Zane"
A good disposition is more valuable than gold.
ROBERT EMMETT WINTON "Robert"
For he wishes not to seem, but to be, the best.
Traffic Committee 2, 43 German Club 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, 43 Key Club 2: National Honor
Society 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4. Drum Major
43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 42
Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Track Team 2, 43 College
Day 33 All-State Band and Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
LEONARD WARREN WOOD, JR. "Lanny"
Happy and sensible is he.
F.B.L.A, 43 Millbrook High School 2, 33 Latin
Club 2, 33 Bus Driver 3, 4,
ALBERT HARRY WOODARD "Albert"
The smallest effort is not wasted.
Maintenance Committee 23 German Club 2.
SANDRA LOUISE WOODARD "Sandra"
Of blonde hair and pleasant disposition.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative ' 2:
French Club 23 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 33 Office
Assistant 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 4.
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My hopes are not always realized but 1 al-ways
German Club 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 4.
JOANNE AURORE WILLIAMS "JO"
Thhere tis stardust in her hair and love in her
French Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3. 41 F-B-L-A- 41
Hi-Times Staff 3, 4.
SANDRA KAY WILLIAMS "Sandra"
She has a natural, wise sincerity.
Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 Hi-Times A1-
ternate 23 Poster Committee 43 Hospitality Com-
mittee 33 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 3, 43 F.B.L.A.
BETTY REED WILLIS "Betty"
Sunny disposition recaps many friends.
Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 43
Civil Defense Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43
Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, President 2, Secretary
3, Projects Chairman 43 Little Theater 33 Y-Teens
2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 F.H.A. 23 G.A.A, 2.
BETH ANNE WILSON "Beth"
How far that tiny candle throws a beam.
School Store Committee 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43
Inter-Club Council Representative3 Red Cross
Council 33 Little Theater 3, 4, Treasurer 43
Speech Club 3, 43 National Forensic League 3, 43
Y-Teens 3, 4, Program Chairman 43 Y-Teens
Inter-Club Council 4, Worship Chairman 43 Of-
fice Assistant 4j F.T,A, 3, 43 Debate Team 33
Service Club 43 Cary High School 23 Science
Club 23 Latin Club 2.
GORDON FRANK WILSON "Gordon"
His science of living is simply this: modesty,
sincerity, and unselfishness.
Student Council Representative 2. 3, Alternate
43 Class Council 2, 3, Vice-President 2, 33 Cafe-
teria Committee 23 Social Standards Committee
33 Sports Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43
President 2, 43 Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 33 Key Club,
President 43 Marshal 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43
Student Advisor 3: Service Club 4.
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The big work of the world is being clone by
Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Stu-
dent Council Representative 2, 4, Alternate 33
Elections Committee 33 Sports Committee 43
French Club 2. 3, Vice-President 2, President 33
Chorus 3, 4, President 43 Symphonic Band 23
Career Day 23 Junior Civic Council 2, Vice-
President 3, President 43 Junior High School
Orientation 33 Student Advisor 43 Homecoming
Chairman 43 Snowball Committee 43 Barbecue
Committee 43 Queen of Hearts Committee 43
Senior Prom Committee 43 Finance Committee
Chairman of United Fund 4.
AUBREY JUDSON WOODDY "Skipper"
A Qlly laughing face, a friendly heart.
Elections Committee 43 French Club 33 Mono-
gram Club 3, 4, Secretary 43 J.V. Basketball
Team 33 Baseball Team 33 Goldsboro High
MICHAEL BRUCE WOOTEN "Mike"
He was never loud, but always kind and gentle-
Tarboro High School, Tarboro, North Carolina3
French Club 33 Monogram Club 33 Football
Team 33 J.V.' Football Team 23 Basketball
Team 3, Manager 33 J.V. Basketball Team 2.
RANDOLPH LUTHER WORTH "Randy"
A 'man so various that he seemed to be not
one, but all mankind's epitome.
Class Council, President 3, 43 Homeroom Of-
ficer, President 2, Vice-President 33 Sports Com-
mittee 2, 33 Standards Committee 23 Spanish
Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 23 Key Club
3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Marshal 23 Queen of
Hearts Escort 43 Career Day Guide 23 Junior
High School Orientation 3.
TIMOTHY REUBEN WRENN "Tim"
Every 'man is the architect of his own future.
House and Grounds Committee 43 French Club
3, 43 Monogram Club 43 Football Team 43 J.V.
Football Team 33 Track Team 2, 3, 4.
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5'You will always feel lhat life touching yoursg
that voice speaking to you.
He lives on in your life ana' in the
lives of all others that knew him.',
The force of his own merit makes his way.
Executive Council of Student Council 3, 4, Vice-
President 3, President 43 Student Council Rep-
resentative 23 Social Standards Committee 23
Standards Committee 33 Latin Club 23 German
Club 2. 3, 43 Key Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Service
Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Marshal 23
Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 43
National Honor Society Convention 33 Junior
High School Orientation 3.
THOMAS JEFFERSON YOUNGBLOOD
An honest rnan is the noblest work of God.
Student Council Alternate 2, President 33 Home-
room Officer 33 Intramural Sports Committee 43
French Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2,
ALBERT JOSEPH ZAYTOUN "Al"
Good qualities need no advertising.
Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 33 Key
Club 43 New Bern High School, New Bern,
N. C. 23 Golf Team 23 Latin Club 2.
NELL HUBBARD GREEN
Gentle in her manner and fair to look upon.
French Club 2, 33 Red Cross Council 2, 33
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Chorus 43 Career Day 23 W. F.
Dykes High School, Atlanta Georgia, Fall 43
Fellowship Committee 43 Devotional Committee
43 Sports Committee Alternate 4,
MICHAEL B. WOOTEN 1947-1963
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
KURT HUBE ............. President
MIKE SOUTHERN ..... Vice-President
SARAH HARRIS .... ..... S ecrezary
HARRIET MARTIN ......... Treasurer
JACK HARRIS ...... Sergeant-at-Arms
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Harriet Martin, Mike Southern, Mr. Crawford, Kurt Hube, Sarah
Harris, and Jack Harris.
Too mature for a sophomore,
Too youthful for a senior,
A junior is caught inbetween.
Confused, bewildered, he remmebers the carefree sophomore days,
But longs for the sophistication and wisdom of a senior.
While with nostalgia and hope he waits,
He discovers amidst a maze of geometric proofs, punctuation
rules, facts, and formulae
Some of the meaning of life.
Inspired by Melville, Emerson, and Thoreau,
A junior thinks and struggles for words to express his ideas.
He wavers between the superficial and the profound.
Along with football games, parties, and dances
Come College Boards and Career Day,
The realization that the future is close at hand.
In this year of indecision, a junior finds new understanding,
new independence, new responsibilities.
As he discovers the meaning of self-reliance, scholarship,
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4nd death shall be no more death thou
Patricia LOUIS Turrell 194! 1963
Rhodi Nathan Kldwell 1941 1963
Carl Proctor 1946 1964
Rick Waddell 1947 1964
Glenn Randall 1941 1964
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Newness clings to him like reluctant dew . . .
With new eyes he scrutinizes dusty traditions . . .
With a fresh voice he flings questions and challenges
W To faculty and upperclassmen alike . .
And offers up new answers.
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cheers . . .
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A sophomore is the crumbling of fresh snow's crust-
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prejudices . . .
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remolded . . .
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-2-if But always leaving their mark.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: George Kahdy, Charles Holland,
Georgette Kahdy, Clay Matthews, Nancy Rawlins.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
CHARLES HOLLAND .... ....... P resident
GEORGE KAHDY .... .... V ice-President
GEORGETTE KAHDY --- ..... Secretary
NANCY RAWLINS--- ........ Treasurer
CLAY NIATTHEWS .... .... S ergeanz-at-Arms
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EUGENE W MADDREY
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An urgent drive to recruit members, collect dues, lay
plans for the year ahead,
A chance to serve, a chance to play, a chance to learn
' about tomorrow,
A laughing whirl of socials, banquets, and picnics . . .
Organizations are fund-raising campaigns, field trips,
The boredom of tedious rehearsals, the press of last-
Organizations are solemnly tearful assemblies, noisy
gatherings in crowded rooms, earnest committee
The warmth of spontaneous friendship, the easy
laughter of youth, the song of work made light
by many hands . . .
Organizations: the pulsating lifeblood of Broughton.
' STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: David Fore, Buddy Atkins, Lynn White, Bunny Church, Dick Young.
Stimulating leadership and school spirit and ren-
dering service to all through the activities of its
various committees are the roles of the Student
Council, which for 16 years has played a major
part in the life of Broughton. The Council includes
a representative from each homeroom as well as
committee chairmen and members. Advised by Mr.
Holyfield, it meets each month, and the results of
these meetings are reported to every student by his
A major project for 1963-64 was the revitalization
of Support Operation Spirit accomplished through
homeroom discussions, assemblies, publicity in the
H i-Times, and sponsorship of home basketball games
by various school organizations. The festivities of
Homecoming, the Snowball Dance, the Student-
Faculty Olympics, the bus caravans to out-of-town
games, and the spring clean-up campaign were also
highlights of an active year for this always busy
SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Marc Caplan, Charles Silver, Travis Tomlinson, Mary Ellen Goe, Lynne Allred. Second row:
Mary Ann Weathers, Joan Richards, Bonnie Messer, Sandra Fry, Betsy Buford, Ellen King. Third row: Pauletta Allen, Linda Howell,
Libby Lambeth, Mary Bailey, Toni Rothrock, Thad Woodard.
JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Chip Lewis, Shirley Laws, Debby Henderson, Jeanne Stott, Martha Bruce Hughes, Hannah
Nicholson, Johnny Bratton, Bill Ross. Second row: Larry Giles, Peter Darling, Tom Johnson, Mike Pedneau, Kay Whitehurst, Jean Mur-
ray, Johnny Powell, Jerry Cobb. Third row: Mike Southern, Gus Anderson, Earle Beasley, Donald Wagoner, Dan Byrum, Robbie Evans,
Sue Miller, Mike Kenfield.
SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Bill Lee, Vickie Ringold Sandra Franklin Johnny McAdam J'm V I B D
ling, Clay Matthews. Second row: Georgette Kahdy, Jill Bagwell, David Clampbell, Beth Hawkins, Netta Newbdld, WVinkeieOISilverl:uB1?ans:iJ1ii
Bruce, Ken Winter. Third row: Ed Griffin, Phil Edwards, David Costner, Jill Thurlow, Gwen Strickland, Chan Poyner, Adra Ward,
Charlie Holland, Mike Woody.
INTRAMURAL SPORTS COMMITTEE
CHARLES REIFEL, Chairman
First row: Lewis Murray, Robin Cauthen, Mike Bye, Paul Carruth,
Bob Vick. Second raw: Miss Walker, Donna Brooks, Betsy Smith,
Eileen Nicholson, Barbara Baker, Paul Hoch, Linda Willis, Anne
GRADY lll1I.LER, Chairman .
Left to right: Rick Hosey. Debby Henderson, Ben Freeman, Patsy
Lassiter. Grady Miller. John Parker. Todd Kerman, Dave Kester-
BIARCARET Bmrrox, Chairman
Seated: Johnny McAdams, Wanda Edwards,'Nancy Maynard,
Lois Partin. Standing: John Weber, Bill Tillman, Donna King,
118 Marc Leager.
Bi:-rsv Jacoss, Chairman
Top row: Page Moore, Brett Miller, Betty Jolley. .Iill Breslau, Betsy
Jacobs, Laura Whitley, Nancy Taylor, Elaine Smith. Bottom row:
Sue Weber, Pat Grimes, Diane Rerrell, Sue Miller, Chan Poyner.
PEGGY FONTAINE, Chairman
First row: Cliff Knight, Sandy Cohoon. Second row: Betsy
Kimrey, Diana Hanson, Peggy Fontaine. Third row: Roy Flem-
BUDDY ATKINS, Chairman
First row: Charlie Silver, Branson Bruce, Jack Harris, George
Kahdy, Al Zaytoun, James Capps, Ronnie Bagwell, Donnie Pikus.
Second raw: Buddy Atkins, David Harvey, Donnie Hughes, John
Bratton, Mike Kenf-ield, Whit Webb, Doug Durham, Bruce Chad-
wick, Jim Garner. Standing: Jim Mclver, Rusty Hanson, Ed
PaTker, Chris Heaton, Pate Brendle, Skip Wooddy, Stewart Wilson,
Wayne Bell, Mike Pedneau, Billy Trott, Mike Woody, Jimmy Cos-
ton, Bill Newson, Ray Stalveyr John Byrd. ,
HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE
DON MCPHAUL, Chairman
First row: Gus Anderson, Julia Westmoreland, Neal Bren-
necke. Second row: Tim Wrenn, Sandra Fry, Greg Coudriet
Harry Watkins. Third row: Don McPhaul, Susan Anderson
Joe Seegers, George Kistler.
CHARLOTTE ATKINSON, Chairman
Peter Darling, Stuart Hardison, Bill Buchanan, Bobby Crossland.
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CIVIL DEFENSE COMMITTEE
RICHARD JORDAN, Chairman ,
Standing: Shelton White, Don Ellington, Celus Forbes, Richard
Jordan, Robby Lea, Rufhn Franklin, Wayne Carver, Jack Bagby.
Kneeling: Bob Wickham, Shaaron Keggereis, JoAnna Preston,
Marty Cutler, Wallace O'Neil.
STUDENT COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE
PHIL RUssELL, Chairman
First raw: Kenton Lilyquist, Barbara Richie, Melissa Perry, Marc
Caplan, Diane Franks. Second row: Steve Guess, Lynette Lee,
Sarah Harris, Alma Jo Hall. Third row: Kay Ferguson, Johnny
Powell, Tommy Nelson, Bobby Jones, Phil Russell, Ken Russell.
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STAGE CREW COMMITTEE
BIIKE CORKRAN, Chairman
Charles Graham, Don Gaw. Mike Corkran. Mike Fisher. Scott
Smith, Millie Duvall. .
ALICE GRAHAM, Chairman
Martha Bruce Hughes, Virginia Haskins, Bet Garrett, Susan Poyner,
Libby Lambeth, Bonnie Messer, Linda Coley, Alice Graham, Joe
Maughan, Barbara Baker, Betsy Smith, Vincent Wyatt, Mary Ellen
XX , Goe.
SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE
KIPP CoHooN, Chairman
I Cara Yancey, Donald Wagoner, Kipp Cohoon, Diana Church, Grig
' Kirk, Kate Johnson.
STEVE LEE, Chairman
Front row: Betsy Hayes, Lyn Thiem, Paula Tannery, Georgette
l Kahdy, Peggy Flye, Barbara Ann Pritchett. Second raw: Ed Grif-
I fin, Thad Woodard, Ken Parham, Monty Smith, Steve Lee.
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SCHOOL STORE COMMITTEE
BUDDY Avcocrc, Chairman
First row: Barbara Wall, Andy Provo, Allison Rose, Mary Calton,
Hannah Nicholson, Jennie Stott, Jane Watkins, Beth Wilson. Sec-
ond row: Diane Stockard, Steve Horney, Buddy Aycock, Johnny
Jefferies, Travis Tomlinson, Chuck Cherry, Bill Ross, Cindy White,
DAVID FORE, Chairman
First row: Ronnie Sue Leith, Jackie Engard, Pat Mooney. Second
row: Neill Watson, Bill Lee, Charles Holland, David Fore.
DAVID HANSE, Chairman
Front row: Don Ellington, Celus Forbes. Back row: Jerry Thomp-
son, David Costner, Mike Martin, Johnny Bishop, Neil Horwitz.
BETTIE WATKINS, Chairman
Standing: Pat Caldwell, Jane Cooke, Pat Wall, Ginger Blackwell,
Amber Holden, Shirley Hepler, Jan Kramer, Susan Satisky, Janet
Middleton. Seated: Carol Anderson, Kay Tesh, Bettie Watkins,
Diane Costner, Gwen Strickland, Car eanor Crotts.
olyn Lasater, El
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DAVID BUCHDAHL, Chairman
Seated: Margaret Mustard, Allen Dodd, Melissa Smith, Charlotte
Anderson, Joan Richards, Peggy Mann. Standing: Dan Byrum,
Earl McManus, Joe Jenkins.
LOST AND FOUND COMMITTEE
DONNA KAYE, Chairman
Seated: Mary Dysart, Rebecca Wilson, Donna Kaye, Becky West.
Standing: Kern Holloman, Mark Schafer, Bruce Schafer, Barbara
Gibson, Huston Paschal, Sue Bishop, John Barber.
GAYLE SANDERS, Chairman
First row: Jane Thurlow, Sandra Williams, Ellen King, Diane
Parker, Patti Regi, Becca Garrett, Vicki Marshall, Gayle Sanders,
Cindy Troxler. Second row: Peggy Baker, Ann Gardner, Ann Fer-
ree, Duke Stone, Marsha Fralic, Frances Brantley, Sarah Jones,
Donald Knight, Jana Staab, Becky Coggins, Barbara Grosch, Janet
Martin, Myrna Dworsky. Third row: Mike Southern, Dicky Gay,
tk Klingman, Eddie Aycock, Susan Garrison, Lucy Beatty.
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Jill Breslau, Libby Lambeth.
Latipac e P
JILL BRESLAU ...... ...... E ditor
The LATIPAC is a combination of the talent, imagi-
nation. perseverance, and, especially, the ha1'd work
of Broughton's journalism classes and interested
students not taking journalism. Planning was begun
during the summer when several members of the
classattended the North Carolina Scholastic Press
Institute in Chapel Hill. With the beginning of
school. the real work started. Journalism students
lived in a world of captions, copy, pictures, identifi-
cations. and layouts. As the LATIPAC began to take
shape. members of the seventh period class were
LIBBY LAMBETH ..... ...... B usiness Manager
allowed to leave school during class to getadvertise-
ments. Miss Paschal, advisor for the LATIPAC, took
the entire class to visit the News and Observer for
ln March some of the journalism students went
to New York for the Columbia Scholastic Press As-
sociation. By April LATIPACS were rolling oil the
presses at Edwards 81 Broughton Co., LATIPACS that
the journalism classes attempted to make a truly
vivid and complete record of 1963-1964.
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Betsy Smith, Sue Miller, and James Capps.
Larry Bone, Ann Wright, Donna Crisp, and Rodney
Mabry eagerly leave school in search of ads for the
Hi-Times and LATIPAC.
Joe Maughan, Roger Duckett, Alice Graham, Pat
McGee? and Mary Margaret Miller help record
memories of the school year in the scrapbook.
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BETSY BUFORD ...... ....... E ditor
The Hi-Times, published by the journalism classes
under the supervision of Miss Laura Helen Paschal,
was a current reflection of school activities and
events. Learning new words and terms, such as
nmati' and 'Lcopywg spacing ads again and againg
counting letters and spaces for articlesg and making
up headlines were just some of the facets of publish-
ing The Hi-Times. Wbrliing under a printing dead-
line helped many students learn the challenge of
actually constructing a paper.
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Several feature articles and individual columns
were added this year in order to appeal to a greater
number and variety of Broughton students. A five
day trip to the Columbia Scholastic Press Associa-
tion added new meaning to the stacks of articles,
pictures, and editorials. All in all, the past Hi-Times
issues now serve as detailed accounts of the 1963-
1964 school year at Needham Broughton.
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are Barbara Quessenberry, Donna Gargis,
Ann Gardner, and Elaine Smith.
Patsy Lassiter, Mary Ann Holleman, Faye Brooks,
and Linda Howell examine other school papers for
Betty Sessoms, Neal Ridge, Joan Tyner,
Sue Underhill, Shirley Laws, Steve Moody,
and Marcia Duckett type news stories for
Win ed Words
CATHY BABCOCK ........ ,,.................. E ditor
JEAN WASON ......,.... ...... A ssistant Editor
WINNIE ROSENTHAL ........ ...... E xchange Secretary
MIBIAM FRIEDLANDER .....,,. ............ P rose Editor
The 22 members of Winged Words meet once a
week under the guidance of Mrs. Peacock to con-
structively criticize the literary effort of any Brough-
ton student who wishes to submit his work. The best
of both the creative and expository writing sub-
CAROLYN WATSON ..... ...... P oezry Editor
PEGGY LASSITER ...... ..,.......... A rr Editor
ALEX HARGROVE ....... ...... B usiness Manager
MRS. PEACOCK ....... .................. A dvisor
mitted is published in the magazine Winged Words,
which is sold each spring. i
Winged Words was organized twelve years ago
by Mary Forrest, a Broughton student. The club
hopes to encourage creative and original writing and
a sense of critical judgment in Broughton students.
First row, left Io right, seated: Mary Bailey, Jean Wason, Carolyn Watson, Phillip Chappel, Ronnie Sue
Leith. Second row: Judy Litzaw, Robert Benton, Janice Watson. Peggy Lassiter, Winnifred Rosenthal, Suz-
anne Dupree, Jill Breslau, Sarah Harris, Miriam Friedlander.
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Marshals are elected to serve at all school-wide
assemblies and class meetings. They also marshal
at programs sponsored by the dramatics and music
departments, as well as at graduation and PTA pro-
Marshals must have an 82.5 average in order to
be elected. Each class has its own marshals: eight
seniors, four juniors, and four sophomores. During
the 1963-1964 school year Mary Ann Walker served
as head marshal, and Mr. Holylield served as the
Mary Ann Walker. Peggy Mann, Patricia Crimes, Kate Johnson, Kipp Cohoon Marv Calton Nlarw Ann Weather Hannah Nicholson Jim
Fontaine. Bill Lee, Pate Brendle, Mike Kenfield, Gordon Wilson, Phil Rus ell
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First row: Doug Durham, Mike Southern, David Buchdahl, Neill Watson, Doug Gillis, Buck Horton, Bill Ross, Mark Schafer. Second
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row: Linda Davis, Peggy Fontaine, Kipp Cohoon, Betsy Kimrey, Ronnie ue eil , at y a coc , ar a orwo ,
Margaret Britton, Bunny Church. Third row: Miss Coggin Cadvisorl, Susan Poyner, Charlotte Atkinson, Alice Graham, Rebecca Wilson,
Kay Ritchie, Mary Bailey, Barbara Gibson, Grig Kirk, Dayle Hicks, Sarah Harris, Shaaron Keggereis, Mrs. Donavant Cadvisorl. Fourth
row: Betty Jolley, Mike Corkran, Robert Winton, Dick Young, Buddy Atkins, Donna Kaye, Johnny Evans, Don McPhaul, David Fore,
Grady Miller, Kay Lumsden.
JOHNNY EVANS .......
DON MCPHAUL .....
CATHY BABcocK ......
RONNIE SUE LEITH .....
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Twice each year, inthe fall and spring, the Na-
tional Honor Society inducts worthy Broughton
students, both juniors and seniors, at a school-wide
assembly marked by both solemnity and excitement.
Through its recognition of these outstanding students
the society seeks to create an enthusiasm for scholar-
ship, to promote outstanding leadership and service,
and to encourage the development of character at
Besides holding its induction, the Honor Society
tutors interested students in the weeks prior to exams.
The members meet on the first Tuesday of each
month with their advisors, Mrs. Donavant and Miss
Coggin. A social is held each spring.
Honor Society members are eligible for N.H.S.
Scholarships. Last year .Janet Gurkin received a
31000 award and Peggy Bell gained honorable men-
This year it also sponsored the basketball game
with Wilmington on January 31, during the halftime
of which the boys of our chapter defeated the New
Hanover Chapter in a brief game of their own.
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First row: Betsydacobs. Brett Miller, Beth Wilson, Peggy Fontaine, Bettie Watkins, Ann McAdams, Kipp Cohoon, Betsy Smith. Second
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Britton, Rebecca Wilson, Bonnie-Messer, Betsy Buford, Bunny Church. Third
row: Charlotte Anderson, Linda Davis, Whit Webb, Marc Caplan, Martha Norwood, Ronnie Sue Leith, Susan Anderson, Elizabeth Hawk-
ins, Gordon Wilson, Buddy Aycock, Mr. Clark. Fourth row: Mary Ann Walker, Don Ellington, Libby Lambeth, Celus Forbes, Mike
Corkran, Dick Young, Gayle Sanders, Don McPhaul, Steve Lee.
MARY ANN WALKER .................... ........ P resident
MARC CAPLAN ...........
CELUS FORBES ....,...
LIBBY LAMBETH ......
DoN ELLINGTON ......
Sponsored by the Student Council as a means to
honor those who render outstanding service to Brough-
ton without thought of recognition, the Service Club
holds two inductions yearly before the entire student
body. ln the fall only seniors are inducted, in the
spring, however, juniors and teachers are also eligi-
ble. Any student or teacher may nominate candidates
for membership who, if approved by the entire club,
receive the highest non-scholastic honor bestowed at
At the end of the year, the club selects two mem-
bers, a boy and a girl, to receive trophies recognizing
their outstanding service to Broughton. A picnic is
traditionally held in April. Advised by Mr. Clark,
the club this year has also planned to sponsor one
of the spring sports as its part in Cperation Spirit.
Don Ellington, Libby Lambeth, Mary Ann Walker. Marc Caplan
Seated: Mr. Taylor. Marshall Lancaster. Gordon Wilson, Richard Jordan, Phil Russell, Jimmy Broadway. Standing: Danny Isom, Robby Lea,
Daxe Buchdahl. Buddy Atkins. Dick Young, Clark Cramer, Ben Freeman, Buddy Aycock, James Capps, Billy Trott, Stewart Wilson, Al Zaytoun,
Bill Bynum. Ed Parker, Charlie Silver. David Hanse. Bob Wlickham, Randy Worth.
GORDON WII.sON ..,. ...,.... P resident
RICHARD JORDAN .,...., ..................,. V ice-President
PHIL RUSSELL .L...... .,V,,.
The Key Club is a service organization of 35 sen-
ior boys who seek to develop initiative and leadership,
to serve Broughton and the community, and to pre-
pare for useful citizenship. The Club, sponsored by
the local Kiwanis Club and advised by Mr. Taylor.
meets every two weeks.
The members operate the concession stands at
MARSHALL LANCASTER ....... ...,. S ecretary
JIMMY BROADWAY .I.....,... .,... T reasurer
basketball games, work backstage at the Kiwanis
Nlinstrels, and assist in civic fund-raising projects.
In addition, this year they cleaned the auditorium
stage and assisted in preparations for the Queen of
A S300 scholarship raised by the Club was pre-
sented in June to an outstanding graduate.
Senior Hi -Y
WAYNE CARVER ....... , .A........ President
PHIL HOLDEN .... ...... V ice-President
GRADY MILLER ..... ....,. S ecretary
As every Hi-Y member learns, the purpose of his
organization is to "create, maintain, and extend
throughout the home, school, and community high
standards of Christian characterf' There are five
Hi-Y's at Broughton: two clubs each for sophomore
and junior boys, and one for seniors. Each club
meets twice a month at the YMCA with its school
advisor and Mr. Don Cheek of the HY.,'
The clubs have various money-making and service
projects. The seniors, advisedlby Mr. Farmer Smith,
DoN MCPHAUL ,...... ,........,....., T reasurer
RAY CATLETTE ..... ....... S ergeant-at-Arms
CARL CoATEs ..... ,......... C haplain
prepare and sell the Hi-Y telephone directory and
from the profits, award a college scholarship to a
worthy member of their class. The sophomores this
year sold doughnuts and kept a watchful eye on coats
at school dances.
Hi-Y members are eligible to take part in a special
club-sponsored tour of New York City over the Easter
holidays. The clubs traditionally also hold socials
during the spring months.
Standing: Phil Holden, Grady Miller, Charles Reifel, Rick Hosey, Bob Vick, Wayne Bell, Harry Watkins, ,Iohn Barber, Carl Coates, Steve Lee,
Don McPhaul, Chuck Cherry, Rod Linnekin, Mike Corkran, Johnny Evans, Carl Haigh. Seated: Wayne Carver, Rick Rhyne, Billy Newsome,
Bobby Jones. Travis Tomlinson, Donnie Hughes, Ken Russell, John Weber, David Harvey.
S ergeant-at-A rrns
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Seated: Bill Ross, Walter Kelly, Hunter Lumsden, Johnny Bratton, David Moore Cliff Knight
Johnny Warner, Joe Seegers. Second row: Dan Boone, Ruffin Franklin, Alex Allen Robert Casey
David Fore, Gary Culp, John Byrd, Mr. Roberson.
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Seated: Jerry Cobb, Dickie York, Mike Keniield, Bill Ginger, Doug Gillis, Jack Harris. Second
row: Mark Schafer, Bunny Coward. Frankie Price, Chris Kelley, Art Raymond, Andy Provo, Ken
Land, Bunky King. Third row: Kurt Hube. Dan Hartzog, Stuart Williams, Mike Southern, Robbie
MR. THERON C. KEEN
Top row: Charles' Holland, Jack Bagby, Lee Flemming, David Brooks, Shelburne Brannan, Mr
Johnson, Mike Dearstyne, Mike Moore. Middle row: Chuck Wyatt, Neil Brennecke, Albert Urquhart
Johnny McAdams, Johnny James, Jim Stone, Ken West, Larry Johnston, Dennis Crenshaw. Seated
Joe Moore, Jim Fontaine, Jody Moore, Roy Flemming, Johnny Jeffries.
J oDY MooRE
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MR. DoN CHEEK
MR. S. M. PARKER
First row: Skipper Stansberry, Richard Coburn, Bill Berry, Bruce Schafer, Don Britt, Jim Valone
Bill Lee, Bill Hamnet. Second row: Clay Mathews, Ed Grifhn, Jerry Williams, Jimmy Womble Al
Hayes, Dennis Vick, Mike Woody, Tom Norris, Hubert Gill, Jan Hendrickson, John John on Tommy
Rickman, Howard Jones, Milton McCaul'ey, George Kahdy.
INTER-CLUB COUNCIL: First row: Beth Wilson, Ellen King, Libby Lambeth. Second raw: Jane Watkins, Tina Warthen, Sandra Fry, Millie
LIBBY LAMBETH ...... ............ P resident JANE WATKINS .,.. ..................... T reasurer
SANDRA FRY ,,..,,,.. ...... V ice-President BETH WILSON ....... .... . Devotional Chairman
NIILLIE DUVALL .,,... ......,.................... S ecretary ELLEN KING ..................... ..... P ublicity Chairman
TINA WARTHEN ...,.......,,. ...,.., S crapbook Chairman
Mlnward and outward beautyi' was the theme of
Y-Teen activities this year, which were many and
varied. The approximately 200 member girls, whose
goals are to grow as individuals, as world citizens,
and as children of God, sponsored a booth at the
YWCA World Fellowship Supper, a party for for-
eign students, and the financial adoption of foster
children. Senior members attended the World Fel-
lowship Service in Washington, D. C., and during
Christmas the girls participated in the Hanging of
the Greens at the local YWCA.
On the lighter side, the Y-Teens held a Sadie
Hawkins Dance on February 29, of this leap year,
members also participated in knitting, billiards QU,
and bowling lessons.
There are Eve Y-Teen clubs at Broughton, the
presidents, vice-presidents, and program chairmen
of which serve on the Interclub Council, which acts
as a planning and co-ordinating body. The Council
meets twice a month, as do the various clubs, it is
advised hy Mrs. Mary Emma Boone, director of
Y-Teens for the YWCA. A 'LY-Teen of the Month"
is selected and honored by the council.
G. A. G.
ELIZABETH HAWKINS, President
Sitting: Anne Ferree, Elizabeth Hawk-
ins, Gloria Hunter, Helen Stallings,
Linda Phillips, Sarah Hanna. Second
row: Shirley Hepler, Vickie Smith, Nan
Hunter, Donna Davis, Frances Brantley,
Lyn Theim. Third row: Denise Davis,
Lea Fuller, Sue Burroughs, Martha
Usery, Susan Johnson, Dorothy Howard.
Fourth row: Miss Cartwright, Elizabeth
Barnes, Barbara Lugani, Patsy Rider,
Karen Ulherg, Pam Howard, Linda
Londy, Midge Senter, Betty Martin,
Betsy Hayes, Kaye Whitehurst, Alyce
Holt, Kay Oglesby, Beth Wilson, Lynne
Allred, Ken Parham, Marcia Separk,
Paula Tannery, Ellen King, Diane Fer-
rell, Jane Thurlow, Susan Bullock.
J. O. Y.
BONNIE MESSER, President
First row: Linda Boggan, Harriet
Phelps, Scarlet Dolly, Laurie Heffner,
Jesse Honeycutt, Betsy Kimrey, Faye
McCarthy. Second row: Jeanie Alex-
ander, Susan Jones, Beth Wilson, Faye
Douglas, Jessie Overman, Susan Perry,
Pauletta Allen, Sara White, Dianne
Paul. Third row: Bonnie Messer,
Sharon Goodwin, Linda Willis, Rachel
Kirkpatrick, Sara King, Betty Moore,
Jane Watkins, Dena Phillips.
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LINDA Howr-zu., President
First row: Alice Reynolds, Caroline
Crawford. Charmian Edwards, Betsy
Horton, Joyce Lewis, Caroline Greene,
Dale Lloyd. Second row: Miss Bailey
ladvisorl, Judy Youngblood, Christy
Block, Gwen Strickland, Jenny Andrews,
Diane Franks, Harriet Martin, Linda
Howell, Faye Brooks, Mary Ann Holle-
man, Sandra Ingram, Allison Rose,
S. 0. S.-MILLIE DUVALL, President
First row: Louise Blue, Patsy Varner, Mary Dysart, Ellen Smith, Lucy Beatty, .lane Sloop, Charlotte Anderson, Anne Smith. Second row: Susan
Steed, Millie Duvall, Gail McLeod, C. C. Honeycutt, Lynette Lee, Patty Bolus, Marie Currie, Gail Fox. Third row: Sandra Bolt, Pam Grier,
Carolyn Edwards, .ludy Ryhha, Susan Bradford, Donna Soyars, Martha Ridgney, Toni Rothrock, Pam Hill, Beverly Hopkins. Fourth row: Faye
Ceter, Georgia Howard, Joan Tyner, Vickie Thomas, Polly Noell, Mimi Kilgore, Carolyn Watson, Sandra Fay, Winnifred Rosenthal, Mrs. Giles.
T. I. P.
TINA WARTHEN, President
First row: Tina Warthen, Margie Scovil, Nancy
Isphording, Cornelia Whitehurst, ,lean Webb,
Ahonda Pendleton, Nancy Hassas. Second row:
Sue Bishop, Carol Woodhouse, Francy Breeden,
Lynn Jones, Susan Jones, Becky Aldridge, Cathy
Purcel, Jackie Engard. Third row: Charlotte
West, Nancy Barefoot, Phyllis Ray, Sue Jones,
Betty Jean Wall, Ann Richardson, Brenda White-
head, Susan Corvell. Fourth row: Dorothy Wil-
liams, Sandra Davis, Donna Davis, Ginger Black-
well, .ludy 0'Neal, Sandra McCary, Martha
Randall. Fifth row: Peggy Lassiter, Eileen
Nicholson, Ann Dinsmore, Frances Mason, Bar-
bara Miller, Marie Vereen, Mary Sue Lawrence.
First row: Pam Grier, Sandy Bott, Sara Newton, Barbara Grosch, Dianne Costner. Second row: Dorothy Perry, Betsy Smith, Barbara Baker,
Judy Andrews, Mrs. Memory, Faye Allen. Third row: Paul Hoch, Bill Tillman, Kenneth Johnson, Pete Harris, Ann Sykes, Diane Eubanks.
PAUL HOCH ....... ..........,.. P resident
SARA NEWTON ...,, ..,.... V ice-President
DIANE EUBANKS ...... .,........ S ecretary
Every morning at 8:25 the Mizpah Devotional
Fellowship meets in the student dining room for a
few minutes of worship. On Friday morning a guest
speaker addresses the group.
The members, with Mrs. Memory as their advisor,
DIANNE COSTNER ...... ...,........... T reasurer
PETE HARRIS ....... ...... S ergeanz-at-Arms
MRS. MEMORY ..,,,,,....,,.., Advisor
aim to satisfy their own spiritual needs as well as
to render service to the school and community. At
Christmas the club goes caroling and provides for
a needy family. Toward the end of the school year
the 23 members hold a banquet or a picnic.
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First row: Doug Bridges, Ray Catlette, Donnie Hughes, Phil Holden, Barry Carter, Dennis Barbour, Bennie Tesh, Tommy Gatewood, Wayne Bell,
Bruce Straughan. Second row: Marc Caplan, Dan Gardner, Larry Giles, Robby Evans, Johnny Warner, Dan Boone, Macon Gooch, Bobby Jones,
Bob Wickham. Third row: Terry Benson, Kurt Hube, Bill Keene, Woody Batman, John Rowland, Woody Hunnicutt, Frankie Price, Charley
Stokes, Steve Parham, Tom Johnson. Fourth row: Ron Robinson, Chip Lewis, Frank Powers, Jimmy Broadway, Richard Jordan, David Kester-
son, Paul Hoch, Johnny Bishop. Fifth row: Skipper Wooddy, Chris Heaton, Richard Leippe, Gary Horvitz, Tim Wrenn, Mike Pedneau, Pate
Brendle, Dick Young, Bob Murray. Sixth row: Steve Horney, Steve Lee, Ed Parker, Whit Webb, Charlie Silver, Shelton White, Rick Rhyne,
Stewart Wilson, Buddy Atkins.
JIMMY BROADWAY ...... .......... P resident
WAYNE BELL ......... ....... V ice-President
SKIPPER WOODDY ...... .......... S ecretary
All boys who have earned letters in any varsity
sport at Broughton are members of the Monogram
Club, which seeks both to recognize their achieve-
ments and to render useful service to the school.
During the Christmas season the club supervises the
school collection of food and clothing for needy
families. The members this year served as marshals
at home basketball games.
Coach Walker is advisor to the sixty members,
MARC CAPLAN ...... .,.,,,,,,,,,, T reasurer
STEWART WILSON ......... ...... S ergeant-at-Arms
COACH CLYDE WALKER ...... ....,,.,,.,,,,,, A dvisor
who meet once a month. At the end of the year,
awards are given to the boys selected as outstanding
athletes in their respective sports. Jimmy Broadway
received the basketball award. Football players
Wayne Bell, Woody Eatrnan, and Doug Bridges
were named to the All-Conference teamg Bell and
Eatrnan played in the Shrine Bowl as well. The club
planned a hayride to be held in April.
Vocational Industrial Club
TIM THOMAS .... ...... P resident
LARRY STEVENS .... ---Vice-President
BILL HOLLOWAY--- ..... Secretary
The 1964 Broughton Vocational Industrial Club under
its advisor, Farmer S. Smith, has had a very active year.
ln following its purpose of growing in honesty, loyalty,
dependability, and knowledge, the club has whole-heartedly
supported-various school and community projects. These
included selling programs at home games, taking care of
the inner court, and helping a needy family at Christmas.
The twenty-five members of the Broughton V.l.C. meet
WAYNE SNIPES ..,. ........ T reasurer
DICKIE MCLEAN .... ---Sergeant-at-Arms
PAUL BRIERLEY--- .... Parliamenzarian
once a monthefor a dinner meeting. lts many state activities
include such events as the state and district V.l.C. Conven-
tions and a dinner-dance with the Cary, Garner, and Enloe
clubs. Other events include the employer-employee banquet.
The V.l.C. and the vocational industrial classes are closely
related in all purposes. The Broughton club was organized
in 1956, and since that time, it has won five consecutive
gold medal awards for merit.
Seated: Bill Holloway, Wayne Snipes, Paul Brierley, Tim Thomas, Tommy Fry, Dickie McLean, Lee Weaver. Standing: Larry Stevens, Danny Gil-
land, Donnie Carroll, Eddie Newton, Paul Nipper, Sonnie Bridgers, Bobby Tate, Rick Bennett, David Stallings, Robert Lowry, Romas Macmillan,
Mr. Smith. Not shown: Tommy Prince, Pete Vinson, Ronnie McKe1vey.
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' , OFFICERS
JEAN ENNIS ................,,........ .......... P resident
DIANNE BRIDGES ..... ....... V ice-President
PEGGY BAKER .......... ..,,,..,, S ecretary
GEORGIA WINSTEAD ....,.. .,.....,...,.. T reasurer
SUSAN UTLEY ....................,... Parliamentarian
MRS. DIXIE PORTER, MISS HAZEL PRICE
For the last five years the F.B.L.A. has
worked to produce better and more efficient
business leaders at Broughton. The club,
which now has 55 -members, meets twice
monthly with Mrs. Porter and Miss Price.
The members this year Sold 145 boxes of
Christmas cards and used the proceeds to
purchase book holders for the typing room.
They also worked to keep the four business
rooms more attractive.
The club held a Christmas party on Decem-
ber 13 and a banquet in April at which new
I officers were installed and outstanding busi-
ness students were recognized.
OFFICERS: First row: Georgia Winstead, Jean Ennis, Sandra Clark, Beth
Barrow. Second row: Dianne Bridges, Susan Utley. Peggy Baker. Third
row: Miss Price. Mrs. Porter, Angie Brantley.
First row: Ronny Pittman, Vickie Fowler, C. C. Hunnicutt, Kathy Bagis, Linda Blake, Joyce Moore, Brenda Whitehead, Nancy Dewar, Nancy
Barbour, Dianne Bridges. Second row: Ronnie Barnett, Linda Robins, Carolyn Blake, Sue Underhill, Carolyn Lasater, Sherrill Harding, June
Hudson, Bonnie Moore, .loanne Williams, Nyllia Emory, Dixie Zimmerman. Third row: Pat Lassiter, Jean Ennis, Susan Myers, Brenda Jones,
Sandra Clark, Lonnette Fulcher, Peggy Baker, Beth Barrow, Gail Morgan, Martha Cox, Vickie Thomas. Fourth row: Georgia Winstead, Phyllis
Harrison, Susan Utley, Louise Blue, Shirley Laws, Donna Gargis, Miss Price, Laura Sue Allen, Joy Upchurch, Angie Brantley, Polly Noell.
Fifth row: Louis Murray, Mrs. Porter, Dennis Falter.
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JANE WATKINSW' ""'m""PreSldent Sfflfglf glean Buchanan, Nancy Maynard, Pam Greer, Nancy Hagel.
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BETSY BUFORD ""' """' V wepresldent FTHHCSS Lamm, Faye Senter, Bonnie Messer, Kathy KI:-,ll-nrggaylj ltllyaryogui
LIBBY LAMBETH Secretar iawrena:,HHarriet Martin, Elizabeth Shinn, Lynn Jones, Susan Jones,
Y aurie e ner.
BETTY MOORE ...... .,.,... T reasurer
LYNNE ALLRED ....,. ....... H istorian
ALICE GRAHAM .,.... ..... P ztblicity
MRS. RUDISILL .......V ...,... A dvisor
The 46 members of the F.T.A. engage in a variety
of activities to further acquaint themselves with de-
velopments and opportunities in the teaching profes-
sion. They traditionally look forward to the month of
March, when, on Observation Day, they visit class-
rooms throughout the Raleigh school system.
Advised hy Mrs. Budisill, the club meets on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. A mother
and daughter banquet, at which officers for the com-
ing year are installed, is held during the spring.
Seated: Toni Rothrock, Linda Howell, Mary Ann Holleman, Sarah New-
ton, Helen Overton, Judy Fox. Standing: Miriam Friedlander, Barbara
Baker, Lynne Allred, Alice Graham, Kay Ferguson, Cathy Babcock, Doro-
thy Howard, Jane Watkins, Betty Watkins, Frances Mason, Betty Moore,
OFFICERS: Lynne Allred, Betty Moore, Alice Graham, Betsy Buford, Jane Watkins.
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First row fOffIcersl: Joan Huhharrl, Alice Hodge, Sue Murley, Patsy Lassiter, Sue Hinton, Beverly Hopkins. Second row: Mrs. Yates, Dorothy
Williams, Kay Ferguson, Charlotte Anderson.
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JOAN HUBBARD ....... ........... P reszdent
ALICE HODGE .... ...... V ice-President
SUE MURLEY ....... ........ S ecretary
PAT LASSITER .......... ..... T reasurer
DOROTHY WILLIAMS ....., ............ R eporter
SUE HINNANT ..,.., ..... P arliamenmrian
KAY FERGUSON ......, ..... S ong Leader
KATHY KORNEGAY ....... ..... D egree Chairman
MRS. ZELOTA YATES ....... ................ A dvisor
To further interest in home economics at Broughton
and to prepare its members for a better future, the 45 -1
menihers of the F.H.A. engage in a wide range of ia...
activities. Ofhcers were installed and awards pre-
sented at a Mother and Daughter Tea. There were
county, district and state rallies to attend. For their
successful money-making project the girls sold cook-
First row: Myrtle Capehart, Ann Caustens, Betty Sessoms, Patty Cox,
Dorothy Howard. Second row: Lyn Robinson, Martha Pecht, Donna
Brooks, Charlotte West, Nancy Barefoot, Ann Taylor.
With lllrs. Yates as their advisor, the F.H.A. meet
on the second Tuesday night of each month, from
T130 to 8:30.
First row: Donna Cracker, Barbara Litwack, Marcia Hale, Alyson Starling, Mike Bye, Jimmy Newhouse, David Moliitt, Roger Miller. Second
row: Alton Cowan, Glen Davis, Vonnie Hicks, Sterling Nelson, Duke Stone, Brian Converse, Lou Wuensch. Third row: Robert Browning, Rick
George, Noel Reifel, Seth Tyler, Steve Wall, Don McKinney, Lewis Murray, George Bridges.
OFFICERS: Seated: Alyson Starling. Standing: Vonnie Hicks, Ster-
ling Nelson, Mike Bye.
MIKE BYE .......,... .....,..... P resident
VONNIE Hicks ....... .........,... V ice-President
ALYSON STARLING .....,. ,...... S ecretary-Treasurer
STERLING NELSON ..............,,............ Sergeant-at-Arms
Miss D. BELL, MRS. L. WEEKES .................... Advisors
Members of the Broughton Science Club have re-
peatedly won awards in district and state Science
Fairs and the Westirighouse Science Talent Search.
Through field trips, talks by guest speakers, and other
programs, the members hope to increase their scien-
tific knowledge and skill. To encourage students to
pursue their individual interests in science, the club
has sponsored the Broughton Science Fair.
The Science Club meets on the first and third Tues-
days of the month. The club advisors are Miss Bell
and Mrs. Weeks. There are now 32 members.
OFFJCERS: Rodney Mabry, Marc Caplan, Betty Jolley.
First row: Marc Caplan. Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Shaaron Keggereis, Pat
Hughey. Donna Crisp. Beth Wilson. Anne Wright. Second row: Jimmy
Beckwith, Alex Hargrove. Bill Rankin. Jack Simpson, Rodney'Mabry,
Sandy Allwrg. Mr. Beenen. Betty Jolley.
ational Forensic League
MARC CAPLAN ..... ...............,...,, .,......... P r esidenz
RODNEY MABRY ..... ..... V ice-President
BETTY JOLLEY ....... ..... S ecretary
The National Forensic League has been at Brough-
ton for many years for those students who are inter-
ested in participating in all types of speech work
such as debating, original oratory, and dramatic
interpretation. During the year many tournaments
and Congresses are held in various communities
throughout North Carolina. Several Broughton N.F.L.
members have won recognition in contests at these
tournaments. The Broughton debaters have twice
defeated the Enloe teams and plan to enter the
Regional Debate Tournament to be held in Raleigh
at Enloe High School on March 14. Any person who
takes an active interest in the Forensic League will
no doubt become a more effective and dynamic
DEBATE TEAM: Bill Rankin, Marc Caplan, Rodney Mabry, Pat Hughey
Ann Wright, Donna Crisp, Betty Jolley, Shaaron Keggereis.
Mr. Hart, Mrs. Melton.
PHIL MUNNS ..... ,.................... .......,. P r esidenz
DAVID COSTNER ...... ,...... V ice-President
CLYDE POOLE ...... ......... S ecretary
DON ELLINGTON .,........... ..... R eporter
MRS. VERA B. MELTON ....... ....... A cluisor
Founded seven years ago as an organization dis-
tinct from the Student Council A-V Committee, the
Audio-Visual Club supervises the use of Audio-Visual
materials at Broughton. The 29 boys in the club
meet on the first Monday of the month with Mrs.
This year on February 141, the boys helped spon-
sor the basketball game with Durham, the club social,
a picnic was held in the spring.
Seated: Phil Munns, Jimmy Lyons, Benny Tesh, Buddy Hoch. Standing:
Arthur Hayes, Paul Shuffler, Clyde Poole, Johnny Bishop, Mike Martin,
Hubert Gill, Ray Glarum, David Costner, Celus Forbes, Jerry Thompson,
Don Ellington, Benny Johnson.
OFFTCERS: David Costner, Phil Munns, Buddy Hoch, Don Ellington.
OFFICERS: Carolyn Lasater, Zana Clay, Bettie Watkins, Susan Satisky, Sandra Franklin.
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CAROLYN LASATER ...... ,v........... P resident W
ZANA CLAY ............. ....... V ice-President
SANDRA FRANKLIN ....... .......... S ecretary
SUSAN SATISKY ................. ..... R eporrer
MRS. VERA B. lVlELTON ...... ....... A dvisor .0
Broughtonis 45 library assistants make up the
Library Club which, advised by Mrs. Melton, meets
011 the third Monday of each month. The club spon-
sored the February l4 basketball game in co-opera-
tion with the A-V Club and held a picnic in the spring.
Beverly Alford, Kay Ferguson, Carol Woodhouse, Dianne Costner
Ann McNeill, Pat Wall, Tate Treslow, Gwen Strickland, Ann Pridgen, Pam Motley, Christine Williams, Joy Baker,
Marsha Hale. Janet Middleton, Carol Hallman.
First row: Carolyn Lasater, Susan Satisky, Carol Hallman, Lynne Crocker, Zana Clay, Tate Treslow, Sandra
Ingram, Sandra Franklin. Second row: Jennie Linder, Kay Tesh, Eleanor Crotts, Guin Strickland, Leverne Massey,
Beverly Alford, Ann Pridgen, Carol Woodhouse. Third row: Ann McNeill, Jane Cooke, Betty Watkins, Elaine Rogers
Fran Johnson, Peggy Allen, Pam Motley, Joy Baker, Christine Williams, Janet Middleton, Sara LeMay, Pat Wall
Fourth Gow: Pat Caldwell, Kay Ferguson, Marsha Hale, Karen Larsen, Janet Martin, Alice Hodge. Joan Tyner
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OFFICERS: Betty Willis, Eric Tasnery, Betty Garriss, Barbara ,Io Stephenson, Alma Jo Hall.
Red Cross Council
BETTY GARRISS ..... .,...... P resident
ALMA Jo HALL ..... ..... V ice-President
MARY BAILEY ....., ..,..... S ecretary
Purpose: To plan and carry out all Red Cross activi-
ties at Broughton.
The Red Cross Council, now in its third year of
service, meets every month with Miss Coliey, to plan
and carry out all Red Cross activities at Broughton.
A representative is elected to the Council from each
homeroom, but anyone interested is also invited to
join. In addition, money is collected to enroll every
homeroom in the Red Cross and each homeroom
which contributes 31 per 30 students receives a sub-
scription to the Red Cross fournal. After necessary
materials are purchased, the remainder of the receipts
go to the childrenis Fund of the local chapter.
The members wrapped Christmas presents for
BARBARA Jo STEPHENSON ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,. T reasurer
ERIC TANNERY .............,... ....... P rogram Chairman
BETTY WILIJIS ........ ...... P rojects Chairman
veterans on December 4 at the local chapter house.
Later, a demonstration of water safety was presented
as the groupis contribution to Operation Spirit. The
council also recruited volunteers to work at the local
chapter during the summer.
Several individuals in the club have been especially
active in Red Cross activities. Betty Willis is the
only North Carolinian elected to serve on the South-
eastern Youth Advisory Council last spring. Betty
Carriss attended the national Convention of the
American Red Cross in Philadelphia, and most of
the ofhcers attended a Southeastern Arezylzeadership
Training Camp last summer.
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First row: Vickey Achtley, Barbara Wilder, Teresa Butler, Tina Batchler. Second row: Mary Dysart, Vicky Poole, Patsy Bolus, Kathleen Whit-
field, Anne Kenyon. Third row: Pat Cates, Debby Henderson, Lora Murray, Melissa Smith, Kathy Kornegay, Sinny Jones, Don Thompson, Mike
Moorefield. Fourth row: Peggy Humphrey, Joan Cook, George Panton, Ann Wake Riley, Pam Hill, Lynn Crocker, Joyce Weathers, Jini Lam-
bert, Pam Caddell, Monty Smith, Bill Smith, Wayne Carver.
First row: Barbara Richie, Nancy Highfield, Tate Truslow, Marcia Hale, Susan Caison. Second row: Sue Bishop, Margaret Proctor, Evan Aretakis,
Kay Richie, Marie Vereen, Mary Ann Holleman. Third row: fStandingl : Tina Warthen, Marcia Fralick, Stewart Bobley, Barbara Grooch, Tom-
my Stover, Nancy lsphording, Joe Neil, Curt Moore, Martha Lou Brown, Joan Tyner.
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Wooten. Second row: Pat Monny, Shirley Payne, Miriam Friedlander,
,lean Wason, Charles Graham. Third row: Don Gaw, Millie Duvall
For the student body and the public, the Broughton Little
Theatre provides delightful entertainmentg for its members,
it provides an opportunity to learn more about various as-
pects of the dramatic arts while improving in posture, poise,
voice, and character. The club, numbering 75 members,
meets under the guidance of Mrs. Wooten on the second and
fourth Thursdays of the month.
The Cole Porter musical Kiss Me Kale was this year's
major achievement and a complete success. Two other plays,
Sartre's No Exit and Edna Millay's Aria de Capa, were also
presented. The Little Theatre entered State and District
dramatic competition in the spring.
The Adams Trophy is awarded at the end of the school
year to an outstanding member in recognition of his high
achievements in the dramatic arts. Little Theatre members
may also be inducted into the Golden Masquers, the club's
First rout Betsy Carson, Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Flora Seifert, Linda Workman, Barbara Barnes, Robin Hunt, Margo Smith. Second row: Debby
Henderson. Dorcas Grigg. Genie Croom. Ann Gardner. Karen Ulberg, Christy Block, Lynne Allred, Homer Foil, Barbie Grosch. Third row
Judy Litzau. Scarlette Dolly. Barbara Litwack. Gail Schoen, Frances Mason, Suzanne Dupree, Mike Bye, Charles Graham, Miriam Friedlander
Hike Corkran. Fonrrh row: Ann Krudel. Joan Richards. Millie Duvall. lean Wason. Randy Bryant. Donna Hipp, Pat Mooney, Nancy Highfill
Shirley Payne. Don Gaw, Mrs. Wooten.
Baldwm H Brrcher J Brannan S Builaloe S Bullard L Carmlchael B Carter J Denton L Drabzck M Dunaway R Edwards, D.g
Fmlay on O Fltts D Flythe S F011 H Carrrss T Coad M Goddard K Coodno C Grubbs T Haxgh C Heath J Heaton, R.g
Holoman K Hopkms L Hyatt M Johnson J Johnston L Jones M Jones S lsom D Jones R Kzrkman B Lassner M Latham,
A Latham P Lee D Lerth R Long C Marsh R Martin E Martrn L Matthews T Mlller G Nelson S Newhouse J.g Nol-
Qtad M Norrz R Pope J Porter J Pr1ce M Rackley J Raynor J Rrtchre R Robb J Rouse C Satterfreld R Sch1ller,E.g
See era J Shuler S Smlth Marcla Smrth Margo Smrth R Starlm A Swlger J Tallaksen B Trurtt R Vrck B W1lkes,T.g
Wltter G Wood A Wrnton R MAJORETTES Newhouse Carolyn Mustard Margaret Cobb Carolyn Wrlkms Judy Watson, Janetg
Bottom, left to right: Bob Jones, Darrell Edwards Tim Matthews, Bill Carmichael Rodney Smith, ,Terr Robb L nn Bullard M'ke .l C l
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glvaigh, Al Wood. Top, left to right: Ronald Satterfield, Dudley Price, Dan lsom, .Ian Swiger, Mart Lassiter, Grady Miller, Ed Schiller, Robert
Cheer Broughton High School
Broughton must win
Fight to the finish '
Never give in flilah, Rah, Rahj
You do your best, boys
Weill do the rest, boys
Fight on to victory
Rah! Rah! Rah!
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Flule Piccolo Trumpet Baritone
Ronnie Sue Leith Ronnie Sue Leith Jim Newhouse Danny lsom
Rod Marsh Oren Finlayson Larry Hopkins
Lynda Denton Bob Vick
Marcia Smith Tommy Cox
Jo Ann Porter
Sarah Lynn Dorsey
RICHARD E. SOUTHWICK, Conductor
Jo Anne Porter
J an Swiger
Soprano: Cheryl Anderson, Ginni Beacham, Carolyn Blake, Clare Britt, Elsie Butles, Pam Caddell, Annette Chappell, Joan Cooke, Donna Davis,
Susan Davis, Anne Dinsmore, Byrd Eubank, Anne Ferree, Sandra Fry, Sarah Hanna, Nancy Harrelson, Martha Lynn Hooks, Cheribeth Humphrey,
Eva Mae Morris, Marti Pecht, Phyllis Pollard, Kay Pope, Shirley Rowland, Frances Sumner, Mary Stewart, Mary Lou Thompson, Brenda Sue White-
head, Cornelia Whitehurstg Alto: Linda Blake, Margaret Britton, Helen Buchanan, Sarah Dorsey, Mary Margaret Falls, Elizabeth Finlator, Peggy
Flye, Mary Ellen Goe, Barbara Grosch, Sarah Harris, Nancy Hawks, Rebecca Heath, Pamela Hill, Dorothy Howard, Martha Bruce Hughes, Susan
Johnson, Linda Kunsman, Frances Lambert, Betty Macon, Barbara Nickalson, Toni Rothrockg Tenor: Jarles Alberg, Richard Bland, Keith Diggs,
,Iohn Hunt, Robert King, Hugh McManus, Larkin Pahl, Cary Strickland, Bass: Thad Adams, Colon Gaskill, Richard Gay, Bennie Goetz, David
Griffin, Kurt Hube, Joe Jenkins, Frank Jolly, Bill King, David King, Clay Matthews, Joe Moore, Frankie Murray, Jimmy Newton, Harris Ogburn,
George Olvera, Tommy Reynolds, Joe Saunders, Marty Stillpass, Thad Woodard.
The largest of Broughtonis vocal music organiza-
tions, the Mixed Chorus gave several performances
during the course of the year: at Thanksgiving and
Easter assemblies, at Christmas and Spring perform-
ances for the public, and at the Baccalaureate Service
in June. In addition, it was a participant in the
District Music Contest in Durham.
All of the Chorus members are core music stu-
dents interested in developing their singing skills.
With Mrs. Freeman as their director, they meet each
day for practice and instructions.
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Front raw: Carol Sykes, Genevieve Jeffreys, Patricia Lynn, Mary Jo Moore, Gayle Hardy, Jean Perry, Lilian Pruitt, Sharon .Keggereis. Second
row: Georgia Kay Howard, Pat Mooney, Deanne Johnston, Joanna Lawrence, Barbara Miller, Eileen Nicholson, Peggy Lassiter, Joanna Aiken.
Third row: Rex Cooper, Charles Bradshaw, Dennis Cuddy, Neill Watson, Fred King, Jerry Cobb, .Buck Horton. Fourth row: Henry Sink, Earle
Beasley, David Fore, Marc Leager, Charles Couch, Stephen Horney, Ruffin Franklin, Martin Lassiter.
A Vocal Ensemble
Thirty-two select music students are members of
the Vocal Ensemble, a group which perform through-
out the year before the school, the public, and various
civic organizations. Founded in 1950 by Leon Jack-
son, the Ensemble meets each day under the guidance
of Mrs. Freeman.
In cooperation with the Dramatics Department-the
singers performed Cole Porteris Kiss Me Kate before
an enthusiastic public. They sang at, among other
occasions, the state conventions of the DAR and PTA,
the Lion's Club and Exchange Club Christmas parties,
and the banquets of the Raleigh chapter of the NCEA
and the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce.
Also during this year the Ensemble participated in
the District Music Contest in Durham and the North
Carolina Choral Festival in Greensboro.
First row: Nancy Harris, Helen Stallings, Margie Scovil, Mrs. Burns. Second row: Linda Young, Jane Watkins, Judy Andrews,
Betty Jean Beech, Louise Parson. Joyce Moore, Brenda Baucon, Gayle Senter, Frances Lamn, Nancy Dewar, Mary Alice Stone,
Seated: Mary Ann Weathers, Ann Kindel, Mrs. Burns. Standing: Louis Rayner, Jill Bagwell, Susan Keen, Betsy Kimrey
Brenda Brown. Charlotte Anderson. Louise Blue, Patsy Barnes, Barbara Baker, Deedy Burrage, Susan Anderson, Beth Wilson
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First raw: Benny Simmons. Jimmy Wright. Donnie Lloyd, Bill McGee. Jack Piland. Chuck Cherry. Ken Russell. Second row,-
Junior Highsmith. Bruce Matthews. Lanny Wood. Joe Tarleton. Jimmy Stevens. Becky Coggins. Charlotte West, Melissa Perry,
Tony Young. Toinniy Hicks. Steve Guess. Bennett Jeffries. Benny Terrell, Phil Russell. John Parker, Mr. Parker. Third row:
Bohhy B. Jones. Bill Faison. Glen Waters, Ben Lassiter. Victor Howle.
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The unsung heroes and heroines who cheerfully serve our meals.
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Mary Austin prepares a fresh pot of coffee for the Everette Dunn and James Kenny, our men behind the scenes, work
teachers' enjoyment. to make BroughlQn's blue Mondays warm.
Crowded locker rooms and pregame
Pushups, jumping-jacks, and wind
sprints . . .
Crowded bleachers and cute cheerleaders
and a sparkling band . . .
Sports are helmets, basketballs, track
shoes, and a glove . . .
Practice every day, every day, every
day . . .
Six olclock showers, late suppers, and
Sports are the starterls gun and the
beginning of a race,
Mud kicked in faces . . .
Hundreds of cheering voices . . .
And grunts and sweats and pain.
Sports are sometimes defeat-
Hung heads and heavy footsteps,
Hidden tears and tightened jaws,
Steamy showers that drown the
misery . . .
Sports are a part of us,
A part of Broughton.
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Go, CAPS, Go! Rah! Rah! Rah! stomping, yelling, clap-
ping . . . purple and gold pom-poms .... These are symbolic
of Broughton's cheerleaders.
At the end of the school year, the cheerleaders are chosen
on a competitive basis. Each girl is required to have at least
an 82.5 scholastic average. J ill Thurlow and Chan Poyner
were chosen from the sophomore classy Kate Johnson, Vir-
ginia Byrum, and Kay Lumsden, from the junior classg and
Bonnie Messer, Charlotte Atkinson, Susan Poyner, and Brett
Miller represented the seniors. Brett was chosen head cheer-
They began planning activities to support the CAPS dur-
ing the summer. The group practiced cheers a week at Long
Beach under the supervision of Mrs. Sandy Baker, the ad-
During the school year, the cheerleaders practiced every
Thursday afternoon. They supported the football and Basket-
ball teams at home and out-of-town games. S 0 S was in-
creased by the pep rallies they held at school.
The majorettes perform during the football games, par-
ticipate in pep rallies, and march with the band.
Six were chosen competitively last year by a panel of
judges. The chairman of the social standards, the head
majorette, and the advisor, Mrs. Vera Melton, determined
the semi-finalists. Two students, two teachers, and one quali-
fied outsider made the iinal selection.
Those chosen were Margaret Mustard, Judy Wilkerson,
Carolyn Cobb, Kim Issac, Janet Watson, and Carolyn New-
house, as head. ,
They practiced every day during the two Weeks before
school. After school began, they practiced an hour and a
half, Monday through Thursday and from 8:4-5 to 9:00 on
Thursday and Friday mornings.
Margaret Mustard, Judy Wilkerson,'Carolyn Cobb, Kim lssac, Janet Watson, Carolyn Newhouse
SIXTY - SIX - TWENTY - SIX
. . . the measure of a man . . . a career . . . and,
to a degree, his school. This record of wins and
losses and ties is unequaled in the State. Clyde
Walker has fielded the finest teams in Broughton,s
thirty-ive years of football.
Walker has been associated with Broughton for
eleven years and has coached all sports except tennis
and swimming. For nine years, he has been head
coach and for two years Broughton athletic director.
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Year Won Lost Tied Coach
1955 6 2 2 Clyde Walker
1956 7 2 1 Clyde Walker
1957 8 2 O Clyde Walker
1958 7 3 0 Clyde Walker
1959 7 3 0 Clyde Walker
1960 6 3 1 Clyde Walker
1961 11 0 1 Clyde Walker
1962 6 3 1 Clyde Walker
1963 8 2 0 Clyde Walker
ACHES Frank Steed, Don Woods, Clyde Walker, Jim Stutts, Joel Long.
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Howard White. Third row: Kurt Hube, Marty Cutler, Doug Gillis, Robbie Evans, Bob Murray, John Anderson, Tim Rider, David Smith Buddy
Atkins. Fourth row: Bill Keene, Tommy Gatewood, Dennis Barbour, Fred Shaw, Phil Holden, Tim Wrenn, Jimmy Shugart, Woody Honeycutt
Clay Matthews. Fifth row: Frank Jolly, Mike Pedneau, Steve Horney, Joe Maughan, Tom Johnson, Pate Brendle, Bobby Boone, Donald Wagoner
Tommy Bell. Sixth row: COACHES: Steed, Woods, Walker, Long, Stutts.
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Lynchburg .... ....... l 3 N B ..... ...... 2 8 tif,
Wilson ....... .... 6 N B ..... ...... 2 4, W 4
Durham ...... .... 7 N B ..... ...... l 3
Wilmington ..... .... 7 N B ..... ...... 2 2
Goldsboro ...... .... 6 N B ..... ...... 2 6
Jacksonville ..,.. .... 6 N B ..... ...... 2 6
Reynolds ...... .... 6 N B ..... .... 7
Fayetteville ..... ....... 3 0 N B ..... .... 7 ,
Rocky Mount ...................... 6 N B ............. .... O
Total points: Opponents-87, Broughton-153
MANAGERS: Mike Martin, Doug Smith, Whitt Webb, and Coach
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Fred Shaw ........ C
Champ Mitchell .... C
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6'In the Beginning . . ."
.The Caps defeated Grimsley 13-0 in the opener.
The game was deadlocked until the last quarter.
With five minutes to play, Wayne Bell intercepted
a Whirlie pass and ran for a T.D. When the Caps
recovered a fumbled Whirlie kick, they drove 31
yards, where Terry Benson went over from the one.
Wayne Bell kicked the extra point for the final score.
The Long March
With the quarterbacking of Woody Eatman and
the running of Wayne Bell, the Caps romped over
Lynchburg Glass 28-13. The Caps had an impressive
running and passing game at halftime with a score
of 21 to 2. Wayne Bell tallied from the 9 after a 57
yard drive for the first touchdown. Lynchburg struck
back with a 54 yard scoring pass. The Caps tallied
twice in the second periodg Eatman highlighted the
half with an eighteen yard dash. Broughton was
forced to punt, Wayne Bell's punt was fumbled by
the Lynchburg receiver, and Phil Holden recovered.
Mike Pedneau led the Caps' second march of 75
yards and another Broughton score. Wayne Bell
kicked the extra point, as he had after every TD.
The Caps forced their way to a 24-6 win over Wil-
son in their first home game. Wayne Bell scored on
a 65 yard run and a one yard plunge, followed by
a 27 yard field goal. Raleigh then scored on a short
pass from Woody Eatman to Doug Bridges. After
Bridges received a pass, he outran the Wilson team
on a 64 ya'rd run. Less than three minutes had passed.
With four seconds left in the game, Wilson scored
on a 27 yard pass.
Show of Violence
The Caps took their fourth victory by defeating
Durham September 27.
Tommy Johnson scored the' first TD on an eight
yard run, after a sixty-six yard drive by Broughton.
The kick failed to secure the extra point.
Doug Bridges intercepted a Bulldog pass to start
a third quarter drive, which netted seven points.
Mike Pedneau scored from the one. With 2:41 re-
maining, Durham scored on a three yard run.
Both sides were hurt considerably by injuries. The
Caps lost Bell before the half. Dan Boone, Brough-
ton center, broke his leg during first half. He was
unable to play for the rest of the season. Third team
reserves were in position for the Caps in the second
half after Pedneau went off the field injured.
Woody Eatman passed for three TD's to defeat
Wilmington October 4. Johnny Bishop scored first,
followed by tallies of Wayne Bell. The Wildcats,
forced to pass, drove 65 yards on the second half
kick-off for their score. An Eatman to Bridges pass
set Broughton up for a Cap TD. Bell broke over for
the score, but an offside penalty put the ball on the
10. Eatman threw to White in the end zone for his
third TD. Bell kicked for the point, making the iinal
In Praise of Folly
The Caps defeated the Goldsboro Earthquakes in a
fourth quarter rally. The game was deadlocked from
the second until the fourth quarter until a 53 yard
drive put Wayne Bell in position for a tally from the
third yard line. The third TD was the result of a
neglected kickoff. The ball, kicked by Bell, eluded
the Earthquakes and was recovered by Buddy Atkins.
On the first play, Howard White scored for another
TD. Bell's attempt at the extra point was good.
Mike Pedneau intercepted a Quake pass and ran 43
yards, where White took over for the final TD. Bellas
kick was blocked, leaving the score 26-6.
Wipe - out!
Broughton chalked up its seventh victory against
Jacksonville, 26-6. Raleigh took the opening kickoff
and went 75 yards in eight plays for their first touch-
down. Terry Benson-went over from two yards out.
Other scoring for the Caps included a five yard run
by halfback Buddy Atkins, a one yard run by quarter-
back Woody Eatman, and a 27 yard punt return by
halfback Tom Johnson.
ln the second quarter the Cap7s Wayne Bell
went around the left end for 17 yards and the
first touchdown. Bell kicked the point that
decided the game. With 3:11 showing on the
clock, Reynolds wingback Eddie Arrington
scampered 36 yards on a double reverse. A
conversion attempt by Reynolds was unsuccess-
ful. Raleigh controlled the ball during the first
half and Reynolds the second.
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Amid torrents of rain, the Fayetteville team kept
its Eastern 4-A Championship alive by defeating
Broughton, 30 to 7, November 1. The Bulldogs
knocked the Caps back on their heels and stayed in
control of the game to end Broughton's eight game
winning streak. Tommy Bradford, the Bulldog's
220 pound full back, scored 22 of the Bul,ldog's 30
With the powerful running of half-back Digit
Lautheridge and a ufired-upu defense, the Black-
birds defeated the Caps, for their second straight
Eastern 4-H and State Championship, 6-O. After
having an earlier touchdown called back, the Caps
seemed more alert throughout the game, but Rocky
lVlount's weight advantage prevailed. The game was
close from start to finish with the team getting the
most breaks, and taking advantage of them, win-
Anticlimatic to every successful football season is
the recognition of outstanding participants. Two
Broughton players were named to play in the annual
Shrine Bowl Game. Those participating were Wayne
Bell and Woody Eatman. As members of the Shrine
Bowl team, they also play in the East-West Game.
Three of the eleven composing the 4-A All-East
Team were chosen from the Cap's squad. Bell was
again listed. Bill Keene and Doug Bridges were also
named, and Phil Holden received honorable men-
Bell, captain of the team made the All-State 4-A
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F irst row: George Kahdy, Tommy Rickman, Randy Cameron, Winkie Silver, Tommy Edwards, Steve Hoyd, Lee Louvern, Al Hayes, Mike Woody,
Marty Cahall. Second row: Milton McCally, Julian Bunn, Jim Brandt, Phil Watkins, Jimmy Seagroves, Steve Haigler, Bob Warren, Charles Hol-
land, Skipper Stansbury, Van Webb, Johnny Rochelle, Marty Scott. Third row: Tom Southerland, Bob Rhyne, Chip Separk, Sprague Silvers,
Mike Sweat, Dean Russos, Russell Whitaker, John B. 0'Donnell, Danny Waterman, David Stocks, Neil Brennecke, Windy Nivelle, Billy Murchi-
son, Alan Morrison, Dick Norton.- Last row: Mike Moore, William Glover, John Cannon, Sammy Shaw. John Anderson, Tommy Cain, Clay
Matthews, Andy Loree, Leigh Park, Ed Shelburne.
Junior Varsity Football Team
Rocky Mount 0 N B 8
Wilson 0 N B O
Durham 26 N B O
Wilmington 6 N B 0
Goldsboro 0 N B 26
Enloe 0 N B 20
Rocky Mount 13 N B 7
Fayetteville 13 N B 6
Total points: Opponents-58, Broughton-67
Won--33 lost-4-g tied-1
Never since the 1952, 1953 and 1954 State Cham-
pionships has Broughton been as well represented as
by the 1963-64 squad.
The Caps finished the season with an overall record
of nineteen wins and four losses.
Co-Captains: Doug Bridges, Jimmy Broadway
COACH OLIN BROADWAY
ln the conference schedule, Broughton won eleven
of twelve games to secure the Eastern AAAA Con-
ference Championship. The only defeat came at the
hands of Durham's '6Bulldogs," who ran away from
the Caps, 55-67. One highlight of the season was
the return match with the 4'Bulldogs." With an
inspired vengeance, due both to the bitterness of the
previous defeat and to the enthusiastic support of
the student body, the Caps racked up seventy-five
points against Durham with sixty-two. The final
game of the regular season fFayetteville, 63-601
qualified Broughton undisputedly for the conference
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
F st ow Ed Pa ker David Sm th Pete M h B lly Trott S cond row: Joe Maughan, Jimmy Broadway, Bill Keene, Steve Ho ney Th of
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VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
Broughton ............ 81
Broughton ............ 78
Broughton .......... 105
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High Point ..........
Burlington ...... .
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Rocky Mount ......
Broughton ............ Durham ..............
Broughton ,,,.,,,,.... Fayetteville ........
Broughton ............ Wilmington .... .
Broughton ,,,,,,....,. Goldsboro ...v......
Broughton .,.......... Rocky M0u1'1i ....,.
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Broughton -,,,.,...... Wilson .v..,...... .
Broughton Fayetteville ........
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Broughton A,,,,,,,,.,, 59 Wilmington ........
Broughton ,,,,,,,,,,,, 63 Fayetteville ...v....
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Broughton ..........,. 63 Reynolds ....... .
FORWARDS: Standing: Mike Pedneau, Doug Bridges, Steve Horney.
Kneeling! Jimmy Broadway.
CENTERS: Bill Keene fkneelingl, Dickie Smith
GUARDS: Standing: Ed Parker, Pete Maravicli. Billy Trotl. Kneel-
ing: Joe Maughan. David Smith.
First row: Jimmy Womble, Dennis Vick, John Anderson, Alan Morrison. Second row: Randy Cameron, Ed Grimm, Jimmy Jeffries, Charles Hol-
land. Third row: Coach Johnson, Wake Warthen, Shelburn Brannan, Mike Reynolds.
J. V. Basketball Team
J. V. BASKETBALL RECORD
Broughton ............ 45 Burlington .................. 53
Broughton ............ 40 Greensboro Grimsley ..57
Broughton ............ 37 Raleigh Catholic .......... 67
Broughton ............ 56 Burlington .................. 53
Broughton ............ 46 Greensboro Grimsley ..45
Broughton ............ 42 Wilmington ................ 54
Broughton ............ 53 Raleigh Catholic .......... 63
Broughton ............ 76 Goldsboro .................. 65
Broughton ............ 47 Rocky Mount .............. 62
"We can't brag about the record, although it wasn't
too bad," states Colonel Johnson, junior varsity
basketball coach. '6We did get a lot of experience
and I think it will prepare the boys for the varsity
next year. We had the necessary speed and height
this year. If we develop these, we should have an
Broughton ............ 48 Wilson ....... ....... 4 6
Broughton ......,..... 46 Durham ..,..... . ..,,.... 66
Broughton ...,........ 58 Fayetteville ..... ........ 6 0
Broughton ............ 58 Wilmington ..... ........ 5 7
Broughton ............ 37 Goldsboro ..,,... ........ 3 5
Broughton ............ 35 Rocky Mount .............. 59
Broughton ............ 65 Durham ........ ........ 6 8
Broughton ............ 53 Wilson .......... ........ 4 7
Broughton ,..,......., 44 Fayetteville ..... ........ 5 4
The JV7s are at a disadvantage in that the coach
and his team have only a season to prepare. Although
the purpose of the junior varsity is to develop players
for the varsity team, the members still find the game
of the moment challenging.
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In non-conference play, Broughton dropped two
games as compared with six wins. After BI'0l.1gl'lt0I'1,S
68-57 win over Burlington in the first game of the
season, Greensboro edged by the Caps, 54+-53. A
second game with Greensboro finished with a rever-
sal: Broughton outpaced Grimsley, 65 to 63. After
an easy 81-67 victory over High Point, Broughton
was usurped in the second match by the inspired High
Pointers, 57-62. Accounted as one of the most excit-
ing games of the season was the Caps surprising run-
away, 105 to 76, victory over East Mecklenburg of
Three of the High Point players seem to feel superior
to such scrambles for the ball.
Bridges is fuzzy in more ways than one.
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pionship, the team still had to win the Confer-
ence Playoifs to be represented at the State
Tournament. ln the semi-finals, the Caps de-
feated Wilmington,s formidable team 63 to 60.
The 63-60 win over strong Fayetteville in the
finals enabled Broughton to represent the East-
ern AAAA Conference for the State Champion-
Broughton's hopes to be State Champs were
wiped out in Greensboro by Reynolds of Wins-
ton-Salem. The Reynolds team edged Broughton
out 64-63 in two overtimes.
Bridges bounces higher than the ball ever did.
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Broughton swimmers began their season with a variety of hindrances.
Beginning practice twelye weeks later than the previous year, a new coach,
Joel Long, found a group of relatively inexperienced tryouts.
Despite the limitations of a one hour workout, Long prepared his swim-
mers for their first meet, the East Carolina College lnvitationals. The
Caps placed fourth against these opponents as Greensboro's Grimsley and . ,
Charlotteis Myers Park. The highlight of the meet was Broughtonis victory -
in the 200 yards freestyle relay.
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yards freestyle relay are Floyd Drew, Bob
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Broughton came closer to winning the second meet with these teams, demonstrating
the value of experience. Broughtonis best showing was not any of the victories
over Chapel Hill or Page of Greensboro, but the second meet with Grimsley. A fired
up Cap's team led until the last event, which ended with a narrow victory by Grimsley.
The Caps placed fourth in the State meet. Highlights for Broughton in this meet
were the victory in the 200 yards freestyle relay and Mike Mclntyre being edged out
for second place in one meter diving.
Coach Long anticipates an excellent season next year with most of his swimmers
returning and good prospects from transfers and rising sophomores. Unlike past
coaches, he encourages year round swimming.
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Third row: Robin Cauthen fmanagerl, Gary Horvitz, Bob Wickham Bobby Jones Geor e Womble Bruce Straughan Jimmy Green Rick
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row: Roy Speece, Bill Flournoy, John Rochelle, Mike Dearstyne, Bill Hennett, Joe Maughan, Mike Pedneau, Woody Eatman, Wayne Bell. Third
row: Coach Woods, Bill Barry, David Harvey, Mark Leager, Larry Giles, Tommy Hudson, Jimmy Dunn, Chris Heaton, Frank Jolly. Fourth row:
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Thursday, April 9
Friday, April 17
Saturday, April 18
Friday, April 24
Friday, April 24
Friday, May 1
Friday, May 8
Friday, May 15
Rocky Mt. 81 Fayetteville
Enloe U. VJ
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Queen City Relays
Broughton's discus champion, Chris Heaton, aided
in isometric exercise by Coach Don Woods.
Monday, March 23
Wednesday, April 1
Friday, April 3
Tuesday, April 7
Thursday, April 9
Tuesday, April 4
Friday, April 17
Tuesday, April 21
Thursday, April 23
Tuesday, April 28
Friday, May 1
Saturday, May 9
Tuesday, May 12
Friday, May 15
Saturday, May 16
Carolina Frosh Chapel Hill
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Rocky Mount Rocky Mount
Sectional Matches Wilson
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Front raw: Mark Schafer Kmanagerl , Gordon Wilson, Ed Parker, Ken West, Billy Trott, Jerry Cobb, Mike Bowman, Pete Maravich. Second row:
Jim Fontaine, John Johnson, Jody Moore, Bill Ross, Buddy Atkins, Bob Wickham, Mike Kenfield, Fred Crouch, John Byrd, Bunny Coward.
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Friday, April 10
Friday, April 17
Friday, April 24-
Friday, May 1
Thursday, May 7
Monday, May 11
Tuesday, May 12
Conference Teams Wilmington
Conference Team Durham
Conference Team Fayetteville
Conference Teams Rocky Mount
Conference Teams Wilson
Conference Teams Raleigh
Conference Teams Goldsboro
State Tournament Chapel Hill
State Tournament Chapel Hill
N. C. State Frosh
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Convertibles driving around the football
Outstanding people, honored for their
special qualities . . .
The Features reHect these hours and
Features represent, too, the people be-
hind the scenes,
The tedious work, and the days of
planning and preparing.
Features are a student calling car
Volunteers at school on a Saturday
Counters of votes and painters of posters.
Features are the spectators and the
Mirroring the work and joys of the
shining times, '
Features are the unforgettable moments
that make a year complete.
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Classg Sandy Cohoon, Sophomore Classg Melissa Smith, Varsity Football Team.
With crossed lingers and pleading glances at the sky, students of
NBHS participated in the "best Homecoming everf' Although the
weather forecasts predicted Hpossible rain," Thad Woodard and his
Homecoming committee continued their enthusiasm and their plans.
Float chairmen found themselves worrying about deadlines for final
float plansg begging for a trailer or even a small carg collecting pen-
niesg and wondering, "Why did l ever volunteer'?,' Afternoons were
Hlled with meetings and searches for scarce chicken wire. Homeroom
periods involved reading lengthy lists of udosv and "dont's."
Homecoming festivities began at 5:30 Friday morning when the
gates were opened, and the Hoats arrived at the athletic field. The re-
mainder of the day was spent putting on the last pieces of crepe paper
and hammering in the last nails. As their contribution to Homecom-
ing, the Hospitality Committee made and sold the traditional purple
and gold corsages. A four oiclock Friday afternoon the parade began
mov-ing down Fayetteville Street. Over sixty floats competed for the
awards, making it Broughtonis longest parade ever.
Guaranteeing a successful 1963 Homecoming was the victory of the
Broughton Caps in the game Friday night. During the halftime of the
game the sponsors were introduced on the field in bright, new con- X
vertibles. As it is with every Homecoming, an array of past graduates ,
returned for the festivities. For all students, past and present, Home- Thad 'Woodard Homecoming Chairman announces
coming. 1963, was one event to be long remembered. the yvinngr of 3 door prize during halfrime Gere.
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With the beginning of second semester,
Broughton students begin looking forward to
the annual Valentine event, the Queen of
Hearts festivities. Although the entire stu-
dent body elects the Queen and Maid of
Honor by a plurality vote, the Assembly and
Dance are sponsored by the Senior Class.
Blonde beauty Brett Miller reigned as the
1964 Queen of Hearts and dark-haired
Melissa Smith was Maid of Honor. Each
class had their own representatives for the
On Friday morning, February l4, the
Queen was introduced to her subjects in the
Queen of Hearts Assembly. The theme for
the activities was a Viennese Ballroom and the
decorations reflected the beauty and romance
of the occasion. The main setting included
the typical long windows with the gold and
Each girl entered through the doorway of
the ballroom and was greeted by two small
doormen. The representatives were intro-
duced and met by their escorts under the
chandelier in the center of the gym. All the
girls in the Court wore floor length gowns
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the class representatives, Melissa Smith, Maid
of Honor, was introduced and escorted to her
seat beside the throne.
All eyes turned anxiously to catch the first
glimpse of the girl who had captured every-
one's heart. Queen of Hearts, Brett Miller,
entered with her crown and train bearers.
She was introduced under the chandelier and
escorted to the throne by Randy Worth, Presi-
dent of the Senior Class. After Randy had
crowned her, the Queen was saluted by her
subjects as they sang 4'Sweetheart of Brough-
ton Highff For the Courtis enjoyment royal
entertainment was then presented by the
When the assembly ended everyone be-
came more excited about the Dance on
Saturday night. For the Dance the Viennese
Ballroom was decorated with red and white
and nine foot gold Cupids on both sides of
the gym. After the Court was presented,
entertainment was provided.
At eleven o'clock everyone left the gym.
remembering the Viennese Ballroom, the quiet
music, and the beautiful Queen of Hearts
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Mr. 81 Miss Needham Broughton
DICK YOUNG BRETT MILLER
BARBARA MILLER JIMMY BROADWAY
DONNA KAYE GRADY MILLER
LIBBY LAMBETH STEWART WILSON
Belle and Beau
VICKI MARSHALL PHIL HOLDEN
BETSY BUFORD STEVE LEE
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FROM THE EDITOR . . .
I can't believe that the year is over and the LATI-
PAC finished. It's incredible. Like every Senior, Ilm
both glad and sorry to see the year end. It has been
an ordinary year in many ways, in others, it has
been completely unique.
The LATIPAC 1964 is an attempt to portray some
of the memorable events of the year. If it makes the
reader pause for a second to relive an emotion or
an experience, its purpose will have been fulfilled.
In addition, those people whose work and ideas made
the LATIPAC a reality will have been more than
Many people have contributed to the LATIPAC in
countless ways. I Want especially to thank a few:
Miss Paschal, for her constant assistance, patience,
Paul Hoch and Jeff Hill from Edwards 81 Broughton,
who gave needed encouragement as well as tech-
Burnie Batchelor and Jim Coble, who came over
cheerfully and sometimes at a moment's notice to
take innumerable pictures,
The photographers at school, who took many on-the-
Bruce Straughan, for his diligent work on the Sports
The creative authors of the copy for division pages:
Bunny Church, '4What Is Broughton?,'g Peggy
Fontaine, 6cSophomores,,g Cathy Babcock, "Jun-
iorswg Kay Ritchie, 'gseniorswg Ronnie Sue Leith,
"Organizations,'g David Buchdahl, 4'Sports"g and
Johnny Evans for writing up all the copy for
Journalism students, who did much of the tedious
planning in class and worked persistently to get
Broughtonls entire student body, faculty, and or-
ganizations for their unfailing cooperation,
And, finally, my family and friends for their help,
for their optimism, and for always listening.
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Our advertisements are expressions of good wishes
and good will.
Given with a smile, they represent the attempts of
merchants to appeal to us, to provide what we want
They range from ice to insurance, from cars to
But regardless of their subjects,
The advertisements reflect Raleigh's interest.
They help to make the LATIPAC a reality.
CLASS OF "64"
T. W. BYE
Assistant Vice President
and- General Manager
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TO ASSIST You IN YOUR SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE
AMBURN PONTIAC, INC.
3623 Hillsboro Street 832-3907
Where everyone gets the
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It'.s fun to shop at
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Phone Temple 4-4317
2315 Campbell Street IN RALEIGWS
RALEIGH' N' C' CAMERON VILLAGE
Sales - Property Management - Leases
210 S. .Salisbury Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
Avery Upchurch TE 4-9218
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Upchurch s Esso Service
"0UR BUSINESS IS GOOD"
2601 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, N. C.
Blackman Electric Service
RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL
lBonded - Insured - Free Estimates?
Baseboard 6' Cable Heating
W. C. "BlLL" Blackman, Owner
For Economy and Convenience Rent
503 Hillsboro Street TE 4-8804
Brogden Produce Co., Inc. BYNUM PRINTING
RALEIGH, N. c. COMPANY
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Institutional Size Canned Goods RALEIGH N. C
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NORTH CAROLINA'S OLDEST BANK - FUNERAL HOME
308 SAINT MARYS ST
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BANKING 81 TRUST COMPANY
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from forces outside our borders. But there's industry's total output. Today, this figure
alsoadangerous forcewithin.Subt1e.Persist- has climbed to 15 per cent. And there is
ent. Almost unperceived. It's this nation's constant pressure from advocates of govern-
steady advance toward more federal-govern- ment-in-business for even more expansion.
ment-in-business . . . and the accompanying when government Owns business in this
effect on our individuel affairs' manner-when it controls economic as well
There are many examples, but take the as political power-it becomes almost impos-
electric light and power business as 3 case sible for an 1nd1v1dual to defend his freedoms.
in point. In 1935, the federal government Is this a risk you want to take?
C CAROLINA POWER It LIGHT COMPANY?
An investor-owned, taxpaying, public utility com
OF THE RALEIGH AREA
QUALITY CARPETS AT
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
WE PERSONALLY INSTALL OUR CARPETS
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Raleigh, N. C.
Congratulatzons to the cavinesss 81 sons, Inc-
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MORTGAGE BANKERS - REALTORS - INSURERS
RALEIGH - GREENsaoRo - CHARLOTTE
AsHEvlLLE - FAYETTEVILLE - wlNs1'oN SALEM PHONE TE 2-7228
CAPITAL FUEL OIL, ICE
6' COAL COMPANY
College View Beauty Shoppe
3903 WESTERN BLVD.
MINUTE MARKET SHOPPING CENTER
THE CHAR GRILL
Cokes - Pepsis - Cheeseburgers
Shakes - Charburgers - French Fries
616 Hillsboro Street
Durham Music Co. of Raleigh
2003 Wake Forest Road
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DIXIE DIIY CLEANERS
515 West Morgan Street
RALEIGH, N. C.
623 Rock Quarry Road TE 2-7751
S. M. CROCKER AND SON, INC.
WISCONSIN - IRIGGS AND STRATTON
Sales and Service
6I3 W. Morgan Street TE 4-2961
"lt Pays to Look 'Welln
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7 "LIVING INSURANCE"
Equitable Life Assurance Society
906 Insurance Building
Raleigh, N. C.
and Cameron Village
FOWLER'S NURSERY Dillon Supply Company
PERENNIALS - BULBS - ROSES - AZALEAS - ' , '
SHRUBS I BEDDING PLANTS Industrial Supplies Machinery
RALEIGH - 'DURHAM - ROCKY MOUNT
CONSTRUCTION, INDUSTRIAL AND
MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT TOWMOTOR Fork Lift Truck
H stacking concrete blocks.
A. E. Finley 84 Associates,Inc.
RALEIGH CHARLOTTE COLUMBIA KNOXVILLE
EFFICIENCY Forms 6' Systems
Our Business Is to Help Make Your Business
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P. O BOX 6001 TE 4 I670
FERGUSON'S HARDWARE, INC.
SALES cf seavics
2900 H II b Street 832-3743 Repair Shop 832-7529
THE BROILER, INC.
2I7 Hillsboro OPEN Z4 HOURS
401 W. Peace - Open I0 A.M. Till Midnight
FIRST FOII YOU!
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Glenwood Arms Apartments
I, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments
Office-ZIIO Bernard Street
LEATHER and SUEDE
COATS - JACKETS
445 HALIFAX STREET
505 Oberlin Road v'RG'N'A
Raleigh, N. C,
Glasses Sun Glasses Contact .Lenses
Cameron Village Northgate
Bill Barbour Phone: 828.2078 Raleigh, N. C. Durham, N, C.
1301 Downtown Blvd.
Earsitp iFBIen'5 wear
CO., "Traditional clothing for men
Buick - Rambler of all ages"
Phone 687-2243 FUQUAY, N. C.
Weaver Textile Company
DECORATIVE FABRICS and
Sim H. Wells Company
Mortgage Loans : Real Estate : Insurance
P. O. Box 2296
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Seeds, Bulbs, I nsectrbides
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PHONE TE 2-0551
327 S. Wilmington Street RALEIGH
ZACK WHITE LEATHER CO.
LUGGAGE and LEATHER GOODS
2005 Wake Forest Road I Phone TEmple 2-7337
RALEIGH, N. C.
WHuTE's GROCERY C L A 5 5 O F H64 H
Fresh Meats - Fancy Groceries - Vegetables l
703 W. Peace Street
Phone TE 3-5161 Raleigh, N. C.
National School 6' Industrial Corp.
National Film Service
Simply Superior . . . For Those Who Can't Be
Bothered With Second Best .
Mas aft Stage Equipment - Draperies - Shades
14-20 G1 nwood Avenue Raleigh N C ,
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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
BETTY AND JON KOVACH
School of Dance
Glenwood Shopping Center
.lEAN'S OF RALEIGH
KERR REXALL DRUGS
JOHNSON-LAMBE CO. TE 2-S522
322 South Salisbury Street
Free Drive-in Parking TE 2-3149
W. H. King Drug Company
EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ANY SIZE JOB
Wholesale Druggists 300k Binding Ruling
RALEIGH, N. C. I IIS West Hargett Street DIAL TE 2-88ZI
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Fa CAMERON VILLAGE RALEIGH
HONEYCUTT FRUIT 8
Raleigh - Durham - Fayetteville, N. C.
Hunting and Fishing Headquarters
Schwinn Bicycles : Motor Boats : Guns : Ammunltio
1720 LOUISBURG ROAD IU.S, I NORTHI
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128 Fayetteville Street
Ligon Bldg. Snack Bar
RALEIGH, N. C.
Always The Best
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MacGregor Sports Equipment
CONVERSE "ALL-STAR" SHOES
Congratulations to the
Class of 1.964
i T Tii2lDth Year
IBM AUTOMATION COURSES
NANCY TAYLOR CHARM COURSES
GREGG OR SPEEDWRITING SHORTHAND
HARDBARGER BUSINESS COLLEGE
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
"Accredited by The Accrediting Commission
GYM PANTS - TEE SHIRTS for Business Schools"
Summer Term-June 15
Cameron Village RALEIGH, N- C-
Fall Term-September I4
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For those who want the very best
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Cameron Village North Blvd. Raleigh North Carolina
123 North Salisbury Street
DRUGS Two SToRES DRUGS
1217 Hillsboro Glenwood Village
Ph. TE 2-5834 Raleigh, N. C. Ph. TE 4-6236
Downtown Comeron Villoge
ACCREDITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools, American Association of University Women,
National Association of Schools of Music.
PROCESSIVE 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
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PROPANE BOTTLED GAS
4421 N. BLVD RALEIGH N c
OGBURN HAIR STYLING
400 OBERLIN ROAD
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Tel ph 833 3078
MitcheII's Hair Styling
Phone: TE 4-8221 Raleigh, N. C
i NEWTON'S CLEANERS fr LAUNDRY
CAMERON VILLAGE 5 Rlocswoon
1 Self-Service Cleaning G Laundry, Ridgewood
CIO It onnthe job I
For the first time in his business life, coming months, he will receive
this man is "on his own" and fully prepared to meet the best sales material available from his company,
the challenges of his new career with Occidental. plus close home ofl-ice support. And when he has
He's just completed an intensive training proven himself, he'll be offered a management
program. The modern techniques used will .position which will be a springboard to even
help him capitalize on his real strengths 2, greater success, This is the kind of person we call
so that he will enjoy greater financial 'A the Man from Occidental. It's the kind of
rewards quicker, advance faster. In the '. W :"1f -s- N, opportunity an Occidental career offers.
OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OFNORTH CAROLINA o Home Office, Raleigh
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 fCregg Systeull.
5. Two Years of High School Work.
6. Special Courses in Art, Music, etc.
For Catalogue Address
WILLIAM C. PRESSLY, President
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Ridgewood Shopping Center
Beauty Shop Bank
Barber Shop Grocery Store
Shoe Shop Drug Store
Fabric Shop Hobby Shop
Laundry 6' Cleaners Service Station
Paint Cr Wallpaper Photographer
In Raleigh's Cameron Village
Where Shopping and Parking's a Pleasure
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
or RALEIGH, N. c., INC.
3705-07 Hillsboro sl. - Raleigh, N. c. 27607
PERSON STREET VARIETY STORE Royafxbmwno
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SPIC AND SPAN DRY CLEANERS
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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
716 S Mary's St. - 733 W. Johnson St. - Phone TE 2 9842
"See The Rest, Then Buy The Best"
MRS. LINDA WEATHERS
MRS. RUTH ROBERTS
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408 Downtown Boulevard
North Hills Shopping Center
ARTIST SUPPLIES, WALLPAPER, PAINT,
CARPET, and GIFTS
New Class Starts Every Monday
OUR STUDENTS ARE ALWAYS
Full Training Only 6 Months
Air Condtioned - Monthly Payments Arranged
DAY OR NIGHT COURSES OFFERED
We Save You Money
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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
BOOKS STATIONERY CARDS
GIFTS OFFICE SUPPLIES FRAMES
421 Fayetteville Street
DIAL TE 4-0311
T. MARY'S 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
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14 East I-Iargett Stree
RALEIGH, N. C.
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RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA
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Telephone TE 4-7301
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Preston Q. Rhodes
E. H. Roberts Construction
F. W. Woolworth
Sample Shoe Store, Inc.
Swain's Chicken House
Mrs. Stevens' Candy Store
The Remnant Shop
Lester R. Moton, Jeweler
Lucille's Beauty Nook
Leon Byrum Opticians
Jeffries Jewelry Co., Inc.
Iroquois China Company
Five Points Gulf Service
Farmers' C0-operative Exchange
T. A. Dick Insurance Agency Inc
C. C. Mangum, Inc.
William T. Crisp
Creative Graphics, Inc.
Clyde Cooper's Bar-B-Q
Compliments of a Friend
Briggs Hardware, Inc.
Burrage Music Company
Byrum Lumber Company
Barnette Esso Service
A. P. Oil Company, Inc.
Montgomery Green Co.
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