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

 - Class of 1965

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V. wr' Wgfidfiwiifffflifdfiff r B ,siepgftf 2W5i,Mi My MM gswffif MMM 5-Oifrffhsef MM My sfiizfagfgrfv Wi Fore word For the theme of the LATIPAC-1965, we have chosen the famous lines Qfifjfbff M wifi? W of Alfred, Lord Tennyson: HI am a part of all that I have met, yet all experience is an arch wherethrough gleams that untraveled world whose margin fades forever and forever when l move.', Surely through the separate paths that each of us has taken through these days at Broughton, we have gathered to us memories that are our very own, for it is along these paths that we have begun to see ourselves for the first time. And in this realization each Broughton student sees that he is a culmina- tion of every book that he has ever read, every class or school that he has attended, and every oifice that he may have held. Yet the conditions are unique with each one, therefore he is a complete individual totally unlike anyone else. And so, for the LATIPAC-1965, we have chosen this theme, in hopes of presenting a true and lasting expression of the year at Broughton, one that will bring different, yet special rememhrances to each and every one. A , , I W? 96 ag' ' 1 l f In Mem Mlm Death is but crossing the world, as friends do the seasg they live in one another still .... Realizing this, we set about to create a visible Ine- morial to those no longer with us by landscaping an area of the school grounds. V V El Er new Sl st PATRICIA LoUIs TURRELL RHODIE NATHAN KIDWELL 1947-1963 1947-1963 CARL PRoc'roR RICK WADDELL 1946-1964 1947-1964 GLENN RANDALL EUGENE MADDREY 1947-1964 1948-1964 CAROL LEE TILLEY 1948-1965 No man is an island entire of itself Each man is a piece of the continent, a part of the maing If a clod be washed away by the sea Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were Or as if a manor of thy friend or of thine own were. Any manfs death diminishes me, because I am involved With mankindg And, therefore, never send to know for whom the bell tolls: It tolls for thee. JOHN DONNE il' .6 .1 ,1- In I ' . ,J sa., III! wivffiifri CONTENTS fini? Administration Classes . . . Organizations . . . . i Sports . . . . Features . . . ...1 swf, ...22 110 156' 178 Advertisements . -. . . . . 206' f Brough ton N . 14-+' ' 'W:f41 "H 4 i 3 -'P - " 1 , , , L..,,,,.,, , V V Y X ,-, 2 V . A-,L.f:--'f ... ' "gif ,.. . ,yu ' fl Y. , "f, -qL.,v f f .1 . : Y 'U L S1 , .. , , Mi- A-4 ,Ri i ., ,- V . U, - ,, . . , 1 V 1 , .HW ' ,. , , . f. - - ' - " Q'-'W - A3,.,,,"..1 ,ff-r ', -l -.' -..,,-rn. ,V , ., . ,.n.. .'- -f ,sf-,g-.V ,V , ,.. ALM. ., , . .f 5- 1, .,, ,yn 1-4i:'L!.,'.,,x-1 . r,'gf,aga, f f -- A '. .',..:,.,fNf ,,-. .V ?:f..'f'-if-.-5-tw , r 44 ,L W,-'rjjnu...L,,4-v1,,'-wir "rn-5' "vu, , f -2-'N,,f',':t-v.f11,-gif' ' ""'1 '-3+L'r-k.r',,,,: 'fi .,,,'-17, f-My-,.:f....'.f-F-.' .uf'1:',:: n ' JV .1 , . , fwfr. 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I Could we forget?.9 5 f fmfygy ' F' jf f My ' fn f 2 l i All of Us if e Xi, J W f K ' '5 "N--N. f i ' A , ,V Z ff .7 3 fr y, " 1 W VL ,, " fff,,ff,,,,,, , 1 . ,A,,,,,,, M' r y ' ' , ' ' f . . The language o listening X Youthful emotionfand the urge for an Aj crystallized into'beauty's form .... became an art. . . . LAK, S MQW? Q5 QNXNAQ , QQQQ., 'liwwmss xbqwvx A QQ:-sbskwgxg QXAQQ wgogwx Nxh.Qx.fxoA X OXSNN OQXSQ Gsx JMQUKSQ, ' W . v QIYY X JW' Happiness was being able toi-bww focus a microscope and actually see something. . . Typing was a test of coordination and control fof tempery I .J A touch of home. . . No other time but Halloween! And then there was lunch. . . Unique was the day: Fair was the occasion: uncanny were the clothesg teddy bears were the talk. . . Books: What we carried, what we cursed, what we crammed, but somehow amid the struggle, emerging as our comrades ..... Just a building by the name of Brough ton-yet so much more. The click of the ignition, the gear grinding, terror- stricken expressions on the faces of "normal" motorists and or pedestrians--A ll these were Drivers Ed Summer souveniers. The times were good: the times were badg but whatever the times, there was always.a class to get to on time .... H1260 rf 5,555 Q of msgid? azbeezzkeff -ffezwf V73 I oline gwgm Zy6WW3mL4dminzstration With deep affection, and with fond remembrance We think of days and years so swiftly flowng And through our joys and sorrows we still cherish The lessons you have taught, the seed younve sown. sl 5 QQ We won't forget the many things you've taught us . . I fly PX? Your faithfulness, the goodness of your heart. ' , ,959 QX You gave yourself, unselfishly, devotedly M , QQ: gf Ag, 3035 C695 "iw Sb-M340 8 Bv- Ti FQ? Gi Sy The truths divine, endeavoring to impart. Uk , V v . fx I W 55 And so with grateful hearts we would say, "Thank youil CD M iv fr sf rm ' by . t I 1 j GQ! For all you've done, and what you yet will do. ada' VJ' WM '- Wie' by 5 S91 May God's rich blessings always rest upon youg AKA?-P-Ai a.v-.e9...cQxM-+141 GV XSS' :Oi ' And all the good youlve done come back to you. - C-QA B-1 X0-0-Q15 N6Ls,5W'xo'f5 Yf"'f'XL?f'r'Me V ' - 5 me We as Ml 14 Rom MSM 1' V 1 if. if 1? 3 Wllllam W Blackburn Mrs L1111an C Sandling Dean 0 Boys Dean 0 Gzrls Mrs. Lois S. McLean Bookkeeper all . . A W x i lla- " if L. " ' X 55 , 7 , mf , ,.. . ,,,4,,, fd, 5 rt 1' vfffitis, 2 fi!'55fL:'i,l5'5-1' 'fat ' -'..?i!'aJ!?ii. it ,Ja Faculty 522. ,. A' is r 'F 2 is 5- i Q1 new I 8' Miss Ann Aiken, B.A., Social Studies, Charles Louis Baker, B.A., Spanish, Mrs. Saundra Bryan Baker, B.A., English Social Studies, Peter J. Beenen, B.A., M.A., Social Studies, Miss Dorothea Louise Bell, B.S., Natural Science, Miss Helen Bell, B.A., English. X , if S -la. f mx " us- -, ' i N 3 a W "92." , . . ,..i,, it , x k 1, H .. f 7 f "jg A rf' n ' 4 f 1 is .Q - . 31 ,1 ,, I . K 4 we as 1 ag, 15. V 2 4' - ' w 2 ,. M, My A i Miss Jane E. Blakeney, B.A., Mathematics, Edward G. Blakeway, B.S., Mathematics, Mrs. Shirley Wilson Boatman, A.B Mathematics, Mrs. Frieda Farmer Bostian, A.B,, Englishg Medicus E. Bragg, B.S., Science, Mrs. Cynthia Wallace Bullock A.B., English. as ., K X , fx 4 ,W at aww, . y 4 3 4' A if X A 2 l Mrs. Susanne K. Caldwell, B.S., Physical Education, Mrs. Myrtle G. Campbell, B.S., Business Education, Miss Mary Cartwright, B.A., M.A.'I'., French. uf- 'Q Q Ru K .F-1' ,fr WW , 2 J- 'ty r , t. . " 2 N I ' 1 .... X., he-ve-X Jack Cherry, B.A., M.A., Natural Science, Mrs. Goldie K. Coates, B.S., Home Economics, Miss Natalie Colley, B.A., M.A English, Miss Lessie I. Cogdell, B.A., Mathernaticsg Frank A. Crawford, B.S., M.Ed., Industrial Arts, Mrs. Margaret B Davis, BA., History. -3 1 "Nr ' lf? F A A ' fi-fx 1 N 'X , 'E fm. X l X R ly I FJ gif Mrs. Mary B. Donavant, B.A., M.Ed., Science, Mrs. Louise T. Eberhart, Dietitian, Mrs. Alice R. Ehrlich, B.S., Art, Mrs. Mary Purvis Finlator, A.B., English, Mrs. Lois F. Fisher, B.A., English, Latin, Mrs. A. M. Fountain, B.A., Social Studies. A 325. S, N , ,, in ,,-,Q We 4- A-.,, A U :!,, Q - K5 1 'M T r w--- WE-,E ' ' H 'ffm' M l I 2' 46 ,, ,,, W-,UA ,. , , , ., , Mrs. Sue Flanagan Franklin, B.S., Mathematics, Miss Claire E. Freeman, B.A., M.A., Natural Science, Mrs. Judith E. Freeman, B.A., Vocal Music, English, Mrs. Sophie T. Friedlander, A.A., B.A., M.A.T., Library, Miss Fannie Pearl Fulcher, B.A., English, Mrs. Billie Boatwright Garner, B.A., Mathematics. . .J YJ tg-, at '1 1- K F M. , 'Z' 4' .e f ,, x. in V, W. , ff Jef ?' .2 M ff if Mrs. Priscilla Ann Cates, B.A., Mathematics, Mrs. Martha F. Gravely, B.A., English, Alston Crimes, B.A., Mathematics, Mrs. Ida Harkins, B.A., Mathematics, Miss Anne M. Hinton, B.A., M.A., Spanish, Billy Ray Johnson, B.S., Industrial Arts. ...-....... , .5 . lx, . YN 'QV -A Q -M 'QU gf 1 :E ,fp . -::' x. '- .. , A 31 thai iw r - X f' 1 fllefr' fi, -. ' ' 1 in?-f . ' ' if M if t Lehman Johnson, B.S., M.A., Social Studies, Miss Patricia Johnson, B.A., M.A.T., French, Mrs. Nell M. Kahdy, B.A., M.A., French, German. l 18 'JI' , .atc Sa, 'K 4-3' t W Theron C. Keen, B.S., M.A., French, German, Mrs. Virginia Sprague Ketcham B.A., Natural Science, Donald Yates Leggett, B.S., M.A., Social Studies, Joel Y B. Long, B.S., Soclkzl Studies. -A3 ! Mrs. Vera B. Melton, B.S., M.A., Librarian, Mrs. Mary S. Memory, B.A., Mathematics, Jerome Frank Morris, B.A., Social Studies, Ben C. McGrew, B.S., Music Education. ,. ,vp Q F ,sf , is f f 4,4 1 u 0. " we 5 rf' 'IC 1 Q 'Z' 5 1 ' ts. t gg, 'M N w f-?A Edward Clayton McLean, BS., Physical Education and Industrial Arts, Miss Jane McLennan, B.S., Natural Science, Mrs. Carolyn B. Nall, B.S., Natural Science, Miss Cynthia Treaulyn Parker, B.S., French, Simon N. Parker, B.A., Mathematics, Miss Laura Helen Paschal, B.A., M.A., Journalism and English. X fx. 'W , xxx. Donald William Patten, B.S., Industrial Cooperative Training, Mrs. Phyllis Abbot Peacock, B.A., M.A., English, Miss Marv M. Penny, B.S., M.S., English, Mrs. Dexie C. Porter, B.A., Business Education, Miss Judith M. Renfro, B.A., French, Mrs. Carolyn Sayres Rhea, B.A., M.A., History, Mrs. Bette P. Roberson, BS., M.A.T., Mathematics. A y gf-be so fa..- ,W l xg I V, . s., S ,ay li f f- -.,. 'sd is I - ,. , .. ...., , ij i w t. 1' 5- V A ii ' . 'L i .., : 2 " 'I I ' 4 .' i:3iZ"l'h VAV tif . L. 3 wt I I f s ' t' f wfifsfzfzfff Edward Lee Roberson, B.A., D.V.M., Natural Science, Donald Rowland Roberts, B.A., M.A., History, Miss Betsy Allen Rogers, A.B., English, Mrs. Kay Johnson Sewell, A.B., English, Mrs. Nancy B. Shore, B.S., M.Ed., Science, Mrs. Sally W. Smisson, B.A., English, Richard E. Southwick, B.S., M.A., Instrumental Music. 'A ga, ,R ,Tl W 6 an ts' gi- ' W 5 iw' -QS I Frank Willard Steed, B.S., M.A., Science, Mrs. Hattie Ellice Stell, B.S., M.Ed., Mathematics, Mrs. Jimmy A. Stimpson, B.A., Spanish, Mrs. Dorothy Parker Stowe, B.A., English, Ralph Michael Stricker, B.S., Industrial Arts, James Allen Stutts, B.A., Physical Education, Mrs. Virginia Sloan Swain, B.S., HE., M.A., Home Economics and Guidance. ,AX xn-. ,X , , ,WM W .Q A' Robert Taylor, B.A., M.Ed., Social Studiesg Ben Saunders Tench, B.S., M.A., Physical Education, Wrestling Coach, Clyde L. Walker, B.A., M.Ed., Physical Education, Football Coach, Miss Katherine Badger Walker, A.B., M.A., Englishg Miss Nancy Lou Walker, B.S., Physical Educationg Mrs. Alice K. Ware, A.B., Special Education, Philip C. Watts, B.S., German. "' - mx SQ' V , Aw IN, ' V ,QF 5 .px 5, .AA g,-X f 4, W , ,. R, f , .. ing-fr 1 Mrs. Elizabeth Weddington, B.S., Business Education, Miss Ann Whitmire, A.B., Spanish, Mrs. Julia K. Williams, B.S., M.A., Business Education, Miss Lou Williamson, A.B., English and History, Mrs. Virginia A. Wilson, A.B., M.A.T., Historyg Mrs. Margaret Cox Wooten, B.A., M.Ed., English, Oral English, Dramaticsg Mrs. Reba H. Worsley, B.S., Business Education. 5 H' , W, - l , s MUNNW.. sk ,5' ?.fk:1g1's - 'X , 5 ,,.. .,.,,, . ii L M , 5 ' Mrs. Zelota Yates w B.S. Home Economics 20 at if 2 SCHOOL BOARD: Jesse O. Sanderson, Mrs. J. L. Hough, Lewis H. Powell, Maurice Thiem, Cliff Cameron, and Fred Carnage MR. MR. MRS MRS MRS MRS. MR. MRS. BROUGHTON PTA OFFICERS HENRY H. SINK, President SAMUEL R. LEAGER, First Vice-President GRAHAM TANNERY, Second Vice-President DAN H. GREEN, Recording Secretary SHEARON HARRIS, Corresponding Secretary DAVID LEE, Treasurer . ALBERT L. HASKINS, Auditor HUGH F. MCMANUS, Parliamentarian Jesse O. Sanderson Classes: Seniors The candle burned so quickly, three years of flame now wax, perfumed with memories, hardened with wisdom. The projects, the dances, the disappointments, College Boards, decisions to make, lifetimes to mold-all of it has been an incredible journey g incred- ible that it should ever end. And yet it is ended. But the memories are long abiding, barbecue that tasted of success, scholarship and athletic honors that distinguished our class, feeling strange knowing it was the glastg Broughton Homecoming, riding by Broughton at night and seeing it so stately and quiet, cherishing friendships and wondering, Where will we all be next year?, the hush of the crowd as the National Anthem was played at the last home basketball game, the fun of the Student-Faculty Olympics, watching the reigns of Broughton leadership shift, the Senior Prom and thereafterl, exams, the special sound of Class of '65. And there was so much more. Strange, the feeling of watching Broughton slip away into the dark- ness, yet knowing a new dawn is come .... s 1 I N I 1 1 5L S Sapwwwvwwdmwwhalw doo MLPLQD5. Llano bow Smal ' Nghgqj- LQJLU 3. Q fi yu? OFFICERS: Jule Mann, Joe Jenkins, Mike Kenfield, Harriet Martin, and Lynn White. Senior Class . . . ,65 . . . best yet!! . . . committee chairmen . . . Kenfield and Crawford . . . Barbe- cue . . . "Tender is the pigli' . . . College prepara- tionsg applications . . . acceptances . . . rejections I . . Mrs. Peacock . . . Exams . . . Second Semester "senior slump" . . . Pedneau gl Evans . . . Maravich 81 Smith . . . Senior Lineup . . . Queen Kate . . . Maid Laura . . . Superlatives . . . Prom . . . Class Night . . . Scholarships . . . calling cards . . . invi- tations . . . caps SI gowns . . . graduation . . . the beach . . . good-by. 24 tllcriofa' i Wiof mctdov Ot Lobcstll JICJZM doof 9710 , ,. ?l?.i'Lf1,3lM to Q at tooo KIIUUN S+ IKE KENFIELD President , I Kgfwfutqlfow IQLW-L03 I mild JOE JENKINS Vice-President O ujgii-ILIiiiIRIET MARTIQ U-Lvl I Secretary, LYNN WHITE Treasurer loam I ilULE MANN Sergeant-at-Arms 39511.05 Jidiak, MR. CRAWFORD A dv isor f if 196, , - H9 If --lbw tw nf 1 f fffgr' fi 44 , , Tia' 'Q f, ff ' V, 75. t .f f,.f.-wfsff' ' ' my, f he . 'V I 5 ,?? 2 if .. , L ' ' 3 , I 11.15.529 f I li! if M 'l.5Z.s? are ??hf ++t5 J' .77' ' 14 ,ff WV fc .1 "We ,a.L.,."' ,.a , kt.-, X :' ,,.f, ffik' eniors ,rf ' V23 . N93-Ai, 'F 5:5 Yf - f j , , . . .,,- 323, 4, et, A e5wyei,g,eg , . ,ty f 1 , .,ag? My 9, A 1,5 tzaQa,4:e+ ti aaa ,. 7 , 'QW' Mb' 5. ee'-tw, 1 ,?e??f ,:,,, , f' lg " . 5. fx 'gif-it , xlzv A I. - +, wevts,,fvtff5-.u, ' 1 'r' ,,,-"'w.,, LM, , - Q L... W tl iam' en . Sm,- 'NT' DAN EDWARD ABERNATHY A gentleman is one who, never hurts or harms his brother. CAROLYN FAY ADAMS The glass of fashion and the mold of form. Homeroom Olhcer, Treasurer 25 French Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 25 Social Studies Club 2. VAUGHAN LYNN ADAMS Set perfection as your goal-remembering self-satisfaction is as important. Maintenance Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 J.V. Football Team, Manager 25 Basketball Team, Manager 3, 45 Baseball Team, Manager 3. WILL EDWIN ADCOCK Never despair: but if you do, work on in despair. Poster Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theatre 45 Winged Words 35 Track Team 35 Cast of Play, "Anas- tasia" 4. REBECCA NEAL ALDRIDGE My strength is as the strength of ten, because my heart is pure. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 45 Hi-Times Stall 3, 45 Larrmc Stalf 3, 4. THOMAS VICTOR ALDRIDGE A man's own manner and character is what most becomes him. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Latin Club 25 German Club 35 Hi-Y 2. CHARLES EDWARD ALEXANDER If all men were just as he, there would be no need for valor. Homeroom Ofiicer, Vice President 45 Projects Committee 25 Latin Club 2, 35 I-Ii-Y 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Career Day Guide 2. GREGORY SPIROS ALEXIOU His ability to put himself over is sure to carry him far in this world. French Club 2, 3, 43 Health Careers Club 4. ALEXANDER HALE ALLEN A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature. Homeroom Oflicer, Vice President 2, Hi-Times Represent- ative 35 Intramural Sports Committee 45 German Club 2, 35 Hi-Times Star? 45 Career Day Guide 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4. AUGUSTUS THOMAS ALLEN Around these hearth stones speak no evil word of any creature. French Club 2, 35 Science Club 2. BETTY FAYE ALLEN Something attempted, something done. Homeroom Officer, D Hi-Times Alternate 45 Intramural Spot-ts.5 G.A.A. 25 Library Club 25 Y-Teens 25 Broughton Devotional 3, 4, Secretary 45 F.B.L.A. 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Health Careers Club 4. CYNTHIA ANNE ALLEN Softly speak and sweetly smile. Homeroom Oflicer, Hi-Times Representative 45 Parksville High School, Baltimore, Md. 2, 35 Student Council Alter- nate 25 Prolects Committee 25 Olhce Assistant 2, 3. JAMES ALVIN ALLEN, JR. Manners are those qualities which our fellowmen love and respect, Homeroom Olilcer, Sergeantaat-Arms 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Sergeant-at'Arms 3, 4. JEFFERSON DENNIS ALLEN He who stops getting better ceases being good. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Officer, Ser- geant-at-Arms 25 Civil Defense Committee 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 25 Social Studies Club 35 Base- ball Team 3. PEGGY ANN ALLEN No one knows what he can do till he tries. French Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Little Theatre 35 Library Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Ofdce Assistant 4. RICHARD TERRY ALLEN , Il he had any faults, he's left us in doubt. Projects Committee 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 4, Sergeant-at- Arms 45 Little Theatre 25 Hi-Times Stal? 7. 3. ADRA IVES ALLISON Fairest of the fair. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 Y-Teens 45 F.T.A. 45 Career Day Guide 3. AUGUSTUS SILCOX ANDERSON, III The nearest way to glory is to strive to be in reality what you wish others to think of you. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, President 25 House and. Grounds Committee' 3, 4, Chair- man 45-H1-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 35 Service Club 3, 45 Swimming Team 25 French Club 2, 35 College Day Guide 35 Jumor High Orientation 3. CAROL COOPER ANDERSON Better to be small and cast a light, than to be large and cast a shadow. Student Council Alternate 25 Hcmeroom Oflicer, Hi-Times Representative 45 Library Committee 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 4. JUDITH ANDREWS It is a little stream which flows softly, but it freshens everything along its course. German Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 Broughton Devotional Club 3, 45 Career Day Guide 2. SARA SIMMONS ANDREWS The only gift is a portion of thyself. Hcmeroom Officer, Treasurer 45 Lost and Found Com- mittee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Winged Words 45 Career Day Guide 4. EVANTHIA VURNAKES ARETAKIS She was given a double portion of personality! Hcmeroom Officer, Secretary 45 Hi-Times Representative 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 4. BETSY CAROL ARNAIZ A girl that men would turn to look at twice! JOHN DREWRY ATKINS It is not what we say, but what we are. Hcmeroom Officer, Vice President 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 German Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Hi-Y 2. KENNETH BROGDEN BAILEY Pleasure and action make the hours seem short. Audio-Visual Committee 25 Audio-Visual Club 2. FRANK SNOW BAKER God loves to help him who strives to help himself. Latin Club 25 Homeroom Oilicer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 German Club 3, 45 Elections Committee 45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. HENRY WILSON BALDWIN, JR. A little work plus a little fun makes for a well-rounded man! Homeroom Oflicer, Hi-Times Alternate 25 Maintenance Committee 45 German Club 3, 45 Marching Band 35 Var- sity Band 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JO BARCLAY Her air, her manners, all who saw admired. French Club 2, 3, 4 5Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. NANCY FAYE BAREFOOT The noblest question in the world is what can I do in it. Y-Teens 3, 45 F.H.A. 3. ELIZABETH ANDERSON BARNES lily gentle friend, thou wouldst find 'he Xaad il' F"eU'thi"g' - 1 b 2, 3, 49 Y-Teens 35 Hcmeroom Officer, Secre- gil-gnlgl S511 Little Theater 45 Winged-Words 45 Health Careers Club 4. Seniors . , , f s, V 77. 3 if in e-.9 245 ' 11 Qx., --,Hue ' 5 W l nv-N' Six wee! 4 1 K . il i . 5 i flew . , lfqx , 4 gi 'MG ', if R, W X I ar ...M em "3w..s. " Q . I :- ur-r"' , is ' 'Q if - V- ' 1 A .W W iii ' 7 l S' T' : 4, 'e ' T Eg 4 . .. ' 4 I' ,I V ' x I ' " 5 " , Cn' .en - . ,... . - W- -V - ff W, W, edgy 'vet . it I, ' SQ 'jf 7 .J 'S' .V ! 7 wilt 1 ' 3 f' A ., ' Senior ' . K," . M , . I , 3 i 2 3 I 1' 'Q- f-' , Nia of isbn, ' PATRICIA KEITH BARNES As nice to all as she could be. French Club 23 Homeroom Oflicer, Jr, Red Cross Repre- sentative 33 Y-Teens 23 Broughton Devotional 43 Ofiice Assistant 33 F.B.L.A. 4. SYBIL RITA BARNES In pelgfect hand, perlect truth, and gentleness to all man- kin . Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 3, Secretary 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 F.T.A. 43 G.A.A. 2. HARRY WELLING BARRICK Ir matters not how long we live, but how. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 4. MARTHA KATHRYN BARROW Without courage and understanding, knowledge is nothing. CLAUDIA LOVANE BEACH Who leads a good life is sure to live well. Student Council Alternate 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 2. JOHN JULIUS BEASLEY A man of judgment and observation is a master of things, and not things of him. WILLIAM EARLE BEASLEY Service -to a just cause rewards the worker with the greatest happiness imaginable. Student Council Representative 3, 43 Projects Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Little Theatre 43 Ensem- ble 3, 43 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 3. LUCY MARGARET BEATTY Individuality is everywhere to be guarded, and honored as the root ol all good, Poster Committee 2, 3, Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Winged Words 3, Art Director 43 Career Day Guide 2. JAMES ROBERT BELL I live on hope and that I think do all who come into this world. Spanish Club 2, 33 Chess Club 4. THOMAS ALEXANDER BELL The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business. Student Council Representative 23 Elections Committee 43 German Club 2, 33 Football Team 33 J.V. Football Team 23 Track Team 23 Student Advisor 4. - ROBERT J. BENTON God gives men wisdom as he gives them galdg His treasure house is not the mint, but the mine. German Club 2, 3, 43'National Honor Society 43 Audio- Visual Club 23 Prose Editor for Winged Words 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. JOHN BIRCHER If we have anything of benefit we have to work for it. Marching Band 33 Symphonic Band 3, 43 Orchestra 43 J.V. Football Team 2. JOHN WAYNE BISHOP Good nature and good sense within him joined. Homeroom Oliicer, President 23 Audio-Visual Committee 2, 3, 43 Chairman 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Key Club 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Varsity Football Team 3, 43 Student Advisor 43 Service Club 3, 4. LINDA BRUCE BLACK What's mine is yours, and what is yours is mine. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Oilicer, Secretary 2, President 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Winged Words 43 Career Day Guide 23 Junior High School Orientation 3. JOHN THOMAS BLACKMON Everyone has his moments ol fun and fancy. French Club 2, 3. LARRY BUNN BLACKWOOD There is not strength, but art, obtains the prize. CHRISTINA JO BLOCK Thi world would be a better place if there were more like er. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Alternate 45 Library Com- mittee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 3, 45 Y-Teens 3. 4: Symphonic Band 25 Social Studies Club 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 35 LATIPAC Stal? 3. STEPHEN ANDREW BOGENSCHUTZ Knowledge is the consequence of time. Key'Club 45 Ensemble 45 Golf Team5 Xenia High School, Xenia, Ohio: Key Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Operetta 25 Variety Show 35 Jr. Class Play 35 Ensemble 2, 35 Sophomore Chairman 25 Senior Chairman 35 Home- room Representative to Student Council 2, 35 General Assembly 2, 35 Golf Team 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 3. SANDRA JEAN BOLT I shall light a candle of understanding in thy heart which shall not be put out. Spanish Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 35 Broughton Devotional 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. WILLIAM ELVIN BOLTON, III Worry never made men great-why should I worry? Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. LARRY S. BONE A better friend there cannot beg A nicer lad you'll never see. Spanish Club 25 Homeroom Oflicer, Vice President 45 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 35 Swimming Team 3, LESLIE JANE BOOKER What sweet delight n quiet life ajords. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 4. DAN KERR BOONE There is nothing so great that I fear to do it for a friend, nothing so small that I disdain to do it for him. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, Vice President 45 Elections Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Key Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Football Team 3, 45 J.V. Football 25 Track Team 2, 3. ROBERT E. BOONE Few men are so clever as to know all the mischief they do. Homeroom Otlicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Vice President 25 Elections Committee 45 Spanish Club 25 Monogram Club 45 Football Team 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 2. MICHAEL LEE BOWMAN Cheerfulness in a person is that which, when people meet him, makes them happy. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 45 French Club 35 HiaY 35 Science Club 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Social Studies Club 35 Tennis Team 3, 45 Rock Hill High School 25 Homeroom Ofiicer, Treasurer 25 Jr. Red Cross 25 Tennis Team 2. PI-IYLLIS ANN BOYLES A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3. SUSAN CARLTON BRADFORD Her heart is open as the day, her feelings all are true. Homeroom 0l'licer, Treasurer 45 French Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3- CHARLES WILLIAM BRADSHAW There's a place and means for everyone alive. Ensemble 3, 45 Chorus 2. SUSAN ELLEN BRADSHAW She has a natural wise sincerity, a simple truthfulness. Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 45 F.T.A. 45 F.H.A. 4. RONALD EUGENE BRANDE I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving. Homeroom Oliicer, Sergeanteat-Arms 3, 45 Elections Com- mittee 45 Latin Club 25 Monogram Club 3, 45 Swimming Team 2, 3. enior ,.-,thy ,ff 52- W' .f A ,. . AW? V 'ml' fun - Wil 5 sn- tr f 5 f 'Miva 'fx 4 li' " i-'WNQQ ox, .4 4 'S V H 5 f . .X a. i ef xw' xx ,W fa 41, -.. Q. f 'J ' fi, "'l""'7 AF! uv-M., YT'-'r ,f Rf rf em. .ff-v 'Jw-'wa Q91 Qftmffl fffiy f M at r W . e . ,.f ww 1 if 3' cf.- . 'A+-4 ' f . f y -qgfag. . ' f fc I' 4 'Walla V X ',l,,lg i I ' ' 0 -, 3' fe U1 ' ' I ug, 11' . T ,-g, IR ?.... " , 1 v 1 U?" an .iv x iff" Sv ,pe-. M sf in X xt Q.. 3 .. its air 54 Aegean. 1. I ,. Cl,- Senior f .,., -K . V- WML M l li. 9 ' 1? ,wav Nrgyf eg-ff... dun sm-im., fee? t fits eve 'Q'-E' an fr JOHN RUFFIN BRANI-IAM, JR. He may hope for the best that's prepared for the worst. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Vice President 35 'Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 H1-Y 25 Intramural Sports Committee 45 Baseball Team 2, 3, 4. JOHN WILLARD BRANNAN An effort made for the happiness of others lifts above ourselves. Spanish Club 25 Career Day Guide 2. VICTORIA GEAN BRANNAN Sweetness is worthy of the highest of honors. French Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Broughton Devotional Club 45 F.T.A. 45 Chorus 2. FRANCES EOFF BREEDEN The ablest person in all walks of life has faith. Homeroom Oihcer, Red Cross Representative 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 National Honor Society 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Y-Teen Interclub Council 4. LEIGH RICHARDSON BREEDEN What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other. Library Club 45 F.T.A. 45 Social Studies Club 35 French Club 2, 3, 4. MURRAY PATE BRENDLE He who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness reaps love. Class Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Homeroom Officer, President 2, 35 Elections Committee 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Hi-Y 25 Marshal 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Football Team 2, 3, 45 J.V. Basketball Team 25 Baseball Team 3, 45 Track Team 25 Queen of Hearts Escort 25 College Day Guide 35 Student Advisor 4. DIANNA CARIE BRIDGES A fair exterior is a silent recommendation. LONNIE FREEMAN BRIDGERS Be not merely goodg be good for something. Vocational Industrial Club 3, 45 Audio-Visual Club 2. CHARLES EARL BRIGHT Sweet mercy is nobility's true badge. Northern Durham High School, Durham County 2. MARGO FLETCHER BRINKLEY Personality is to a woman what perfume is to a flower. Homeroom Ofiicer, Secretary 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Ger- man Club 3, 4, Secretary 35 F.T.A. 4. JAMES ALDEN BRINKMAN Stillness of purpose and steadiness of features are signal marks of good breeding. LINDA SHERYL BRISBOIS Ability is a person's wealth. Tratfrc Committee 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 45 Y-Teens 45 Social Studies Club 35 Hi-Times Staff 2. THOMAS GRANT BRI'1'1' Happiness is cheaper than worry, so why pay the higher price? Homeroom Officer, Jr. Red Cross Representative 25 Latin Club 25 German Club 3, 45 Broughton Devotional Club 2. VIRGINIA CLAIRE BRITI' A cheerful smile sheds sunshine in every company. Homeroom Omcer, Hi-Times Representative 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 Chorus 35 Career Day Guide 2. THOMAS STEVEN BRI'1'I'AIN Honesty, as rare as a man without self-pity. French Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 2. DONNA JEANNE BROOKS Truth is u means, not an end. Duplicating Committee 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Bus Driver 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 F,H.A. 2, 3, 45 Millbrook High School, Millbrook, N.'C. 25 F.T.A. 25 Varsity Basketball Team 25 Chorus 25 Science Club 25 School Paper Staff 25 Yearbook Stall 25 F.H.A. 2. JOHN CORT BROOKS No mon is an island entire of itself. French Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theatre 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 25 LATIPAC Staff 25 Cast of Play, The Lottery 2 JOHN PHYLAS BROOKS, JR. Scholar with quiet thoughts with certain results. French Club 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Soicety 45 Winged Words 25 St. James School Newspaper 25 Debat- mg Team 25 J.V. Soccer Team 25 Track 25 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. WILLIAM OLIVER BROOKS He that hopes good fears no ill. Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Alternate 4,-Red Cross Representative 35 Spanish Club 2. 3, 45 Social Studies Club 25 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Stall 2, 3, 4. BETTY ANN BROWN' I have a heart with room for every joy. Spanish Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 Brooklyn, N. YL 2, 35 Math Club 35 Career Club 35 National Honor Society 35 National Business Honor Society 35 Catholic Youth Adorers 35 Society of the Blessed Virgin 35 Leo Honor Society 3. PATRICIA DIANE BROWND Neatness, simplicity, kindness, combined with a gentle and an open heart. Y-Teens 45 Office Assistant 4. ROBERT COOPER BROWNING True men are not measured' by mere inches. Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Alter- nate 35 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Amateur Radio Club 2, 3, 4. ROGER DALE BRYANT Nothing ever interferes with my work unless something comes up. HELEN MASON BUCHANAN She is kind as she is fair: for beauty lives with kindness. Homeroom Othcer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Secretary 35 Lost and Found Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 45 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Broughton Devo- tional Club 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 F.H.A. 35 Chorus 35 Winged Words 45 Student Advisor 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 3, 4, Editor- in-Chief 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 45 Service Club 4. SHERRY JEANNETTE BUFFALOE It is better to do well rather than to say well. Intramural Sports 45 French Club 25 Y-Teens 25 F.H.A. 25 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphoruc Band 2, 3, 4. SUSAN ALLISON BULLOCK And what she nobly thought, she truly did. Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Omcer, Red Cross Re resentative 2, Hi-Times Representative 3, Treas- urer 45 Igench Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 4. BARBARA LYNNE BURTNETI' But the greatest ol these is love. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 25 F.B.L.A. 45 F.T.A. 3. ELSIE LEE BUTLER Music is the soul of all things beautiful. Om , R d Coss Representative 45 French lClSxrble2?t3:n45 Jncged Cioss 45 Broughton Devotional Group 25 Ensemble 45 Chorus 2, 35 Social Studies Club 4. JOHN I-IOMER BYRD Wit and wisdom are born within Aman. S d t Council Representadve 25 Homeroom 0f5CCl'. P:-:gslent 35 Elections Committee 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Monogram Club 3, 49 Wlngfd Wofdf 45 Hi-Times staff 45 Tennis Team 2. 3. 4: College Dev Guide 35 Student Advisor 45 H1-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3- Secretary 4. JAMES DAVID BYNUM Reason not public opinion impels him. 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', .., if '71, 'Neff . ., M pw, '22 .wa DANIEL STELLE BYRUM "lt'.r nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice." Council Oiiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 35 Homeroom Otiicer, President 25 Elections Committee Chairman 45 Projects Committee 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, President 25 Key Club 3, 45 J.V. Foctba1lATeam 25 Queen of Hearts Escort 2, 3: College Day Guide 35 Jr. High Orientation 35 Student Advisor 2, 3. VIRGINIA LEE BYRUM Be fair to other women, for they have it not. Homeroom Olicer, President 2, Secretary 45 Latin Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Cheerleader 3, 4. PAMELA JEANE'1'1'E CADDELL A laugh, to be joyous, must flow front a joyous heart, for without kindness there can be na roy. Student Council Alternate 45 I-Iomeroorn Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Secretary 35 Spamsh 25 Y-Teens 25 Chorus 2, 3. PEGGY JO CALDWELL Jay is not in things, it is in us! Homeroom Oflicer, Secretary 25 Student Council Alternate 35 Poster Committee 45 Spanish Club 35 F.T.A. 4. JANICE CAROLYN CAMPBELL Possessing a great vitality and sheer enjoyment of life. Homeroom Othcer, Hi-Times Representative 45 Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 35 Library Club 3. RINA DEL CARMEN CANAL As old water is to a thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country. Y-Teens 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Rose of America School, Lima, Peru5 Executive Class, Secretary 25 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 F.B.L.A. WILLIAM DAVID CARMICHAEL Energy and persistence conquer all things. Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 35 Orchestra 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH CARSON Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness: A fitting combination. Cafeteria Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 4. GLENDA LEIGI-I CARTER He alone has lost the art to live who cannot win new friends. JANICE MARIE CARTER Cheerfulness is a girl. Student'Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 35 Varsity Band 2. MARIE CLAUDETTE CARTER Ol loyal nature and noble mind. FLETCHER HALL CARVER, III The true standard of qualities is seated in the mind: those who think nobly are noble. German Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIS ROBERT CASEY A man's own good-breeding is the best security against other pe0ple's ill manners. I-Iomeroom Officer, President 2, Vice President 3, Sergeant- at-Arms 45 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Orchestra 3. HELEN ELIZABETH CASPER Keep your face to the sun. Elections 2. ROBERT BRUCE CAUTHEN All things come around to him who will but work. Intramural Sports Committee 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 25 Football Team, Manager 45 Swimming Team, Manager 2, 35 Career Day Guide 45 Monogram Club 45 Audio-Visual Club 35 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. PHILLIP BRANCH CI-IAPPELL Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, writ- ing an exact man. Civil Defense Committee 35 German Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Winged Wards 45 Jr. High School Orien- tation 35 Jr. Science Symposium 3. LINDA LEE CHRISTIAN A merry heart goes all the day. French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 2. GEORGE ALLEN CLEMENT, JR. Life's a pleasant institution-let's take it as it comes. French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 25 Broughton Radio ilub, AVICC President 35 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-av rms . NANCY EVANS CLINARD It is in the enjoyment and not in mere possession that makes for happiness. CAROLYN THOMPSON COBB It's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends, Homeroom Odicer, Treasurer 25 Civil Defense Committee 35- Lost and Found Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Iaittlia Tiheatre 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Majorette 35 Career Day lll S . MARGARET ANN COBB The great hope of society is individual character. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 3, Treasurer 45 French Club 35 Chorus 35 Millbrook 25 French Club 25 Ensemble 2. WILLIAM JERRY COBB The world wants men, true men, who cannot be bought or sold. Student Council Representative 3, 45 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 25 Social Standards Committee 45 German Club 2, 3, 4, President 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 45 Chorus 25 Ensemble 3, 45 Tennis Team 3, 45 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 35 Jr. Civic Council, Vice President 4. ELWOOD COLLINS Speak the truth and shame the devil. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 French Club 2, 3, 4. GAYLE DEAN COOK Actions are the real substance of lifeg words are merely its adornment. JANE QUINCY COOK A little body doth often harbor a great soul. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2: Library Committee 2, 3. 4: French Club 2, 35 Library Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 F.T.A. 2. CHARLES WILLIAM COOKE The great art of learning is to undertake a little at the time. Spanish Club 2. JEAN FAYE COOKE Fair words never hurt the tongue. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 2, 32 Vice President 45 Y-Teens 25 Broughton Devotional 45 F.T.A. 4. JOAN KAY COOKE Leave a little time for laughter. F.B.L.A. 45 F,T.A. 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4. RAY WARREN COOKSEY A quiet lad with a modest air. Spanish Club 2, 35 Baseball Team 2, 3, 4. REX COOPER Let me have music: I seek no more delight. C '1 R t t've 45 Latin Club 2, 35 German Ecl1ls2EnbleeR?sg:1Salr1ist 3, 4: Chorus Accompalllsf 25 Service Club 4. Seniors QuL....' fi' WN 1 -A O I E ".,, 5 5 V ., aunwm, 3 it wi 5 5- v . t A K x Q I' 4 My M . at I 'I lm.. A fi aff mv' A7 . Rpt' , R535 '05 2 12 ga I ,- 'bv' fe 9Q""-Avi pw 4-we IPM 'rf , 4. A Q . f I 5'f'f3m5g . . . an fn. v ,qu fa, ' Y 1 . , VK Mn, I Q ' ., .4 nr" -V ' - ' 'ii' W' ' 1- I ,. Q f if! lf.. HE' H ,W 1 I' fi X X K X, fm 5, , qw ,,,, ...fi 4 22 1 f f f a i , if gift- .1 Agn A-tv ' 'V.1 A V f ,iafftfeq .gt , . ' -Q: f 9 4 I 1 the K' 'gi cms enior ,ff ff' 1 X " 0'T:'5"" 9 L 7 . Q if .f ' Z A aj' ,f if lg. f if , . gr . ' 'iw , qw-.ff-,f eve,-M . fi if g 'F' if Mk.. .aw , ,tty V .t . K Ark We w f ,,.,., ti? NENA GAYLE CORLETT What sunshine is la flowers, smiles are to humanity. Y-Teens 45 Broughton Devotional Club 45 Framingham North High School, Framingham, Massachusetts 2, 35 Girl's J.V. Basketball 25 Art Club 35 Drama Club 35 Prom Committee 35 Red Cross, Junior Class Chairman 35 Girl's Gym Team 3. DIANNE LYNN COSTNER How near to good is what is fair. Homeroom Oliicer, Treasurer 25 Library Committee 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theatre 25 Library Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Broughton Devotional Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 Chorus 45 Service Club 4. JAMES C. COSTON He possessed a precious talent of producing effect in what ever he said or did. Student Council Alternate 25 Elections Committee 2, 35 House and Grounds Committee 45 Latin Club 25 I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 45 Oflice Assistant 45 J.V. Basketball 'gealrjn 25 Track Team 35 Career Day Guide 25 Service lu 4. SUSAN LYNN COURVILLE Variety is the spice of life. Student Council Alternate 25 Hi-Times Representative 45 Latin Club 2, 35 French Club 45 Science Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 25 New Bern High School, New Bern, North Carolina 25 Bridge Club 25 Junior Classical League 2. WILBORN BURROUGHS COWARD Inhnite riches in a small room. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice President 35 Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Student Co-operative Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. MARTHA ANN COX - Incline thine ear to wisdom, Homeroom Otiicer, Hi-Times Representative 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 35 F.B.L.A. 35 F.H.A. 25 Health Careers Club 4. RUSSELL LEE COX Have a heart with room for every joy. Homeroom Ofhcer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Spanish Club 3, 4. GREGORY BYRD CRAMPTON Three treasures have I-friends, knowledge, and calm thought. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Otlicer, President 2, 35 Sports Committee 45 Latin Club 2, 3, President 25 German. Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 45 J.V. Basketball Team 25 Varsity Basketball Team 45 Col- lege Day Guide 3. FRANCES GAIL CRAWFORD The simple virtues of willingness and alertness will lead to success, SUSAN ELIZABETH CRAWFORD A lady of most diverse enchantments. Exchange Student to France 1963-645 Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Oflicer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 35 German Club 45 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Poster Committee 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 Varsity Band 2, 35 Jr. Civic Council 3, 45 Winged Words 4. DONNA HELEN CRISP Few are so gifted in song as she, Homeroom Otiicer 25 French Club 25 Jr. Red Cross 35 National Forensic League 3, 4, Secretary 45 Debating Team 35 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Stafi 2, 3, 4, Organizations Editor 45 Ensemble 4. CONNIE GAYLE CRUMPLER A laugh is worth a thousand lrowns. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 25 F.T.A. 45 Broughton De- votional 45 Northeast High School, Fort Lauderdale, Flor- ida 25 Majorette 2. GARY KEITH CULP Stand not upon the order af your going, but go at once. French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Golf Team 3. MARIE SLOAN CURRIE Still achieving, still pursuing, learn to labour, and to wait. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Publicity Committee 45 National Honor Society 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Y-Teen lnterclub Council 45 Social Studies Club5 Winged Words 45 Hi-Times Staff 45 Student Council Alternate 4. MARTIN ALVIN CUTLER To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent. Civil Defense Committee 3, 4, Chairman 45 Latin Club 25 Hi-Y 25 J.V. Football Team 25 Football Team 3, 45 Track Team 25 Wrestling Team 4. ALTA ANN DAIL Silence is as deep as eternity. 5lJanish Club 3. 4: Y-Teens 45 F.T.A, 45 C S ' H' h School. Cary, N. C. 2: Library Club 2. My mor lg RONALD BLAINE DAILEY Early to bed and early to rise, would spoil the fun of a lot of the guys! Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Vice President 45 Latin Club 25 German Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. PETER RANSOME DARLING He is the mildest mannered man. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Tralfic Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Swimming Team 2. DANA DREW DAVES I make the most of all that comes, and the least of all that goes. Millbrook High School, Millbrook, N. C. 2. BRYAN GLENN DAVIS, JR. The ladder of life is full of splinters: when you begin to slide down, keep climbing. French Club 2, 35 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 45 Radio Club 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA RICKS DAVIS Those graceful acts, those thousand decencies, that daily flow from all her words and actions. Homeroom Officer, Student Council Alternate 4, Secre- tary 2, Treasurer 35 Publicity Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Winged Words 35 Student Advisor 4. SAUNDRA KAY DAVIS Yqu're only young once, but if you work it right, once is enough. Library Committee 35 Jr. Red Cross 25 Y-Teens 25 F.T.A. 3: Oflice Assistant 3. MARTHA JEANNETTE DAWKINS Nothing sets a person so much out of the reach of the devil as humility. AMOS COUNCIL DAWSON A man that knows how to mix business with pleasure is never possessed by either of them. German Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Advisor 4, THOMAS ODEL DAWSON He who is of a calm and happy nature will hardly feel the pressure of age. MARGARET CAROLYN DEAN The heart has its reasons which reason does not know. Library Club 35 F.B,L,A. 4. ALICE MARIE DELANCY Truly individualistic, but never out of style. Student Council Alternate 25 Poster Committee 2, 45 Lost and Found Committee 2: Intramural Sports Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 F.T.A. 25 Hi-Times Staff 3. LYNDA GRACE DENTON Il you don't have a dream how are .VON 80518 rv have U dream come true? French Club 25 Broughton Devotional5 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Rank Captain 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3. JOHN WILLIAM DEYTON Burdens become light when cheerfully done. French Club Z, 3. 45 Key Club 43 Track Team 3, 43 -IT- Civic Council 4: Jr. High Orientation 3. MARTHA LOUISE DIMMOCK A girl of the loveliest kind. C 'l Alt ate 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 National I-IlJlrllgl'nSodle13'Cl41 Cofllgge Day Guide 3: Student Advisor 45 Briarcliff High School, Atlanta, Georgia 2: Student Council 2- Beta Club 25 Pep Club, Secretary 2: H0memak1ns,Club, Secretary 25 Sophomore Homecoming Representative 2: Newspaper Staff 25 Girl's Varsity Tennis Team 25 Sopho- more Class Executive Committee 2. enior . .W , vu-u.,--' .fw M x fl X w , ., ,fem fish it N 1, NA' -4. ,L "f U 1 lil Q - 4 XXV J' s as t 8.5-x 'wee--f em at 3 3. .. A ...nfl li-N 1' 1 CIT' " 1'--v ' M 4 . " pg, N K ,., L. ii" A. th 2345. me fl ' 2' f 5 me - , 9... fl in ' qulpihxv K I AA., J L ,H L 4 ta. 1 W" ' ,iii 5 , -- 1 -1 ,ffl 'it eu... 0 ,ia 605 ive 1 x I A I ilu- , ,' t 'Q ,J " 'N " W, I We .QR gx fgi., X i f 5 ik' 108 , ,, . '- 2 A . 1 f' new '94 4 1 ,gs-W 455 ,.. Mr' f '7 eniors , ww., 'Vw .0-CA. W' awe, , ,Q 121 ,4 fu, V 33,9 .. 9 15,12 4 .f L - gg 1 ,'VV ' . 9,4 Qiif 67' vuw. WILLIAM HEYSER DIUGUID I must make the most of the talents I have been given. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 49 French Club 2, 39 Monogram Club 3, 4. ROBERT EVERE'I'1'E DIXON The actions of men are like the index of a book: they point out what is most unique in them. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 39 Spanish Club. 3. MCKINLEY HAYNES DOLLAR One has always time enough if one uses time wisely. SARAH LYNN DORSEY Her smile shows her happinessg her friends, her personality. Student Council Representative 49 Homeroom Ofticer, Secre- tary 2, 39 Civil Defense Committee 49 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Secretary 29 Little Theatre 2, 3, 49 National Forensic League 39 Chorus 39 Ensemble 49 Orchestra 2, 39 Student Advisor 49 Health Careers Club 49 Cast of Play, Loud Red Patrick 2, Kiss Me Kate 39 Service Club 4. JAMES RAYMOND DOWDEE Give what you have to someone, it may be better than you think! MICHAEL LAWRENCE DRABICK My business is not to remake myself, but to make the absolute best of what God has given me. Latin Club 2, 39 Marching Band 2, 39 Symphonic Band , 3. INEZ TUTEN DUDLEY Friendship doubleth joy, cutteth griefs in half. F.H.A. 3, 4, Secretary 4, Delegate to National Convention 39 East Hyde High School, Engelhard, N. C. 29 F,H.A. 29 Marslgal 29 Parliamentarian 29 Chapter Homemakerst De- gree . EMILY TERESA DUGHI As versatile as anyone we knew. Homeroom Oiiicer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Hi-Times Alterrigtig :epresentative 39 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 49 . . .4. EDWARD EUGENE DUNCAN Whatever you are from nature, keep to it. Never desert your line of talent. Homeroom Ofhcer, Sergeant-at-Arms 29 Spanish Club 3, 49 Social Studies Club 29 Hi-Times Staff Photographer 39 Larumc Stat? Photographer 39 Photographic Editor 49 Camp Lejeune High School 29 Science Club 29 Intramural Sports 29 Apex District High School 29 Chorus 2. WILLIAM LEON DUNN A quiet mind is richer than a crown. Homeroom Othcer, President 49 Millbrook High School 29 Baseball Team 2. WALTER WAYNE DUPREE Let every man's hope be in himself. MYRNA JOANNE DWORSKY True artists are a rare breed. Poster Committee 2, 39 French Club 2, 3, 49 F.T.A. 4. MARY LOUISE DYSART The laughter of a girl is, and ever was, among the delight- ful sounds of earth. Red Cross 39 Lost and Found Committee 2, 4, Chairman 49 French Club President 3, 49 Latin Club Secretary 29 Little Theater 29 National Honor Society 3, 49 Y-Teens 2, 3, 49 Winged Words 49 Girls' State 39 National Honor Society Convention 39 College Day Guide 3, 49 Career Day Guide 39 Student Advisor 49 Marshal 49 Jr, High Orientation 3. JAMES OSCAR EASON Gratitude is a sign of nobleness in a man. Spanish Club 29 Monogram Club 2. LINDA CAROLYN EASON Just the kind of girl to brighten a dreary day. F.B.L.A. 49 Office Assistant 4. JAMES ROBERT EDDINS A great quality is willingness and ability to do hard work. Hi'Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 43 J.V. Footb ll T , T '-C t ' 23 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Track Teagi 2, girl. n ap am CAROLYN EDWARDS Good nature is the beauty of the mindg and like personal beauty wins the hardest heart. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Ofhcer, Treasurer 23 Student Co-operative Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 -Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Broughton Devo- goggg 33 F.T.A. 23 Social Studies Club 3, 43 Career Day DARRELL GENE EDWARDS Music is a master that makes the pupil milder and gentler, more moral and more reasonable. Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4. SANDRA LORRAINE ELLINGTON What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Crgsss 2, 3, 43 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 43 Office As- sistant . JAMES MANSFIELD ELLIOTT That which is quickly done, is quickly undone. LEE TITUS ELLIOTT All wish to possess knowledge, but few comparatively speaking, are willing to pay the price. Homeroom Oticer, President 43 Latin Club 2, 33 German Club 3, 43 Little Theatre 43 Winged Words 3, 43 Hi-Times Statf 3, 43 Cast of Play, Anastasiag V.E.S. 23 Cross Coun- try Team 2. LYNDA KAY ELLIOTT My heart is warm with friends I make, Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 33 Projects Committee 33 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Health Careers Club 43 Hi-Times Staff 23 Student Ad- visor 3. CURTIS LEE ELLIS He has a habit of looking on the sunny side of life. NYLLIA MARIE EMORY Kindness is wisdom. F.B.L.A. 33 F.H.A. 2. JAQUELINE ENGARD Refinement is that which creates beauty. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2' Standards Committee 23 French Club 2, 3, 4, President .3' Treasurer 43 Y-Teens, Vice President 33 Y-Teen Inter- club Council 43 Career Day Guide 2. ' JOHN EUGENE Es'rEs A friend is one that will shake hands with you whenever he meets you, no matter your state or condition. Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom OEicer,APresident 33 Spanish Club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 3. DIANE ELIZABETH EUBANKS I pray thee, 0 God, that I may be beautiful within. Homeroom Ofhcer, Red Cross Representative 2, 43 Sergeant- at-Arms 33 Poster Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens Inter- club Council 43 Broughton Devotional Club-2, 3,v4, Vice President 3, President 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. JAMES WILLIAM EVANS Sincerity and truth are the basis for every virtue. Homeroom Otlicer, Red Cross Representative 43 Cafeteria Committee 3: German Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 43 Chess Club, President 43 Career Day Gtude 2. ROBERT CRAWFORD EVANS The great test of a gentleman is his respect for those who can be of no possible service to him. Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, Presi- dent 2, 43 French Club 2, 3. PfBSid0U! 21 Hi-Y 31 KEY Club 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Football Team 3, 4, Co- Captain 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Golf Team 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM AVERY FAIRFAX, JR. Let us not worry in our well being. spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Seniors ,va 'Ui 4-wx 'YZ' I z RY , as NN X fs? ae... .WWA PDQ ia-,t Q'--4' 4-...S f7Wef ,I 'VY Sl ,ms , Z ' 5 Q 5 ft aa: i Ag' lr' , , ,' 2, , ,ff f ga' ' 5931- a s f , , Qt ' k y Q 5 ET 'C'.'."' Q-W, ag, X , ww .. I X 14 , I 7 . N, I If 7 fu . W We I. I f ,. ff ' f , lk' una, X he :ff ,fe -tv . J fe.,-, ie Lt.. n an V V fy 1 .-,. -.4 f f Q., f v ,f 41' fm g We i -tj L 1 3' 4 t 'sc fi W at we HW? Seniors ,,fa..... 1 1 .W , Vi' fo 4 3 W- . wry-f-fe' 4 scum. js..- rye' I of ,1g'4tfWh YW Ne 1 DENNIS LEROY FALTER Everything is sweetened by risk. Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Treasurer 33 Science Club 23 Library Club 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 3. POLLY FRANCES FAUCETTE Always smiling, never beat3 forever nice, forever sweet. Homeroom Otiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Head Cheerleader, Student-Faculty Olympicsg F.B.L.A. 4. ROBERT EDWIN FINCH A sportsman is never idle. Homeroom Otiicer, President 2, 3, Vice President 43 Elec- tions Committee 43 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM STANLEY FISHEL Live as if you expected to live a hundred years, but might die tomorrow. French Club 33 Latin Club 2. CATHERINE GLENNAN FISHER It is through wit and enthusiasm that she has made many friends. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teen 43 Health Career Club 43 G.A.A. 2. MICHAEL FOSTER FISHER If you are his friend you are lucky indeed for there is nothing he will not do for a friend. Student Council Alternate 33 Stage Crew Committee 3, 4, Chairman 43 French Club 3, 4, President 33 Key Club, Chaplain 43 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 43 Mill- brook High School, Millbrook, N. C. 23 Football Team 23 Basketball Team 23 Beta Club 23 Science Club 23 Home- room Officer, President 2. WILLIAM NORRIS FISHER Modesty is the color of virtue. MARGARET ELAINE FLYE Loveliness increasesg it will never pass into nothingness. RICHARD HERBERT FLOYD Always ready with a smile! EDWIN EARNHARDT FLYTHE Know thyself, be thyself, give thyself. Intramural Sports Committee 23 Oflice Assistant 23 Varsity Band 23 Circus Band 23 Student Council Alternate 2, 33 Homeroom Oflicer 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 23 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND LESLIE FORBES A kind heart is a fountain of gladness. PEGGY JOYCE FORD She is determined to do well in whatever she undertakes. F.H.A. 23 Jr. Red Cross 2. DAVID ALAN FORE The style is the man himself. Council Oflicer, Vice President 33 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Social Standards Committee 23 Stand- ards Committee Chairman 33 Projects Committee 43 Ger- man Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Marshal 23 Ensemble 3, 4, Vice President 43 Queen of Hearts Escort 33 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 3, Aria De Capo 3, Twelfth Night 3, Anas- tasia. 43 College Day Guide 33 Career Day Guide 23 State Music Contest 3, 43 State Music Festival 3, 43 Optimist International Speech Contest 2. AMY KAREN FORMAN The secret of success is constancy of purpose. GAIL MARIE FOX Knowledge is proved that she has learned so muchg wisdom is humble that she knows no more. Lost and Found Committee 43 French Club 3, 4, Vice President .43 National Honor Society 43 Library 23 Y-Teens if-131 Sczcral Studies Club 3, 4, Vice President 33 Winged or s . ELIZABETH ALMA FRANKLIN Tulkaflvf in SP2'0Ch, witty in way, in our hearts she'll always stay. EARL RUFFIN FRANKLIN H Laugh il you are wise. omeroom Oliicer, Hi-T'rn R t ' 2 V' '- dent 3, President 45 Gerlnat: C1fflsreff eHi3Y 5633, Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Ensemble 3, 45 Chorus 2, MHFCHITIE Band 25 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 3, LINDA DIANNE FRANKS Seldom have we seen one of greater beauty. 253152238 go-gpirative Committee 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 CONSTANCE LOUISE FRASER Sweet as springtime. Student Council Altemate 2, 45 Hospitality Committee 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Golden Masquers 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3. CRAIG ALAN FREAS What is meant for you will come your way. French Club 35 Track Team 3, 45 Millbrook High School 25 Monogram Club 25 Track Team 25 Science Club 25 French Club 25 Marching Band 2. MIRIAM ALICE FRIEDLANDER Behold: this dreamer cometh. Senior Class Barbecue Co-Chairman 45 Projects Com- mittee 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, President5 Service Club 3, 4, Vice President 45 Little Theatre 2, 3, 45 Golden Masquers 3, 4, Co-President 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Marching Band 25 Orchestra 25 Winged Words 2, 3, 4, Prose Editor 3, Poetry Editor 45 Cast of Play, The Loud Red Patrick 2, Director of The Lottery 2, Director of Aria de Capo 35 College Day5 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. ROBERT MICHAEL FULLER Friendliness is a virtue to be highly valued by all. MARCUS L. GAFFNEY For what is character without determination. ANNE CAMPBELL GARDNER Music is the gilt of the gods and she has been well blessed. Student Council Representative 45 Student Council Alter- nate 2, 35 Poster Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Broughton Devotional 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Cast of Play, The Lottery 25 College Day Guide 2. CHARLES DANA GARDNER Why aren't they all contented like me? German Club 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball Team, Manager 35 J.V. Basketball Team, Manager 2. MARY ELIZABETH GARRE'1'I' God set upon my lips a song, and put a lantern in my hand. Homeroom Otiicer, Vice President 25 Hi-Times Represent- ative 35 Publicity Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3. SUSAN DOWELL GARRISON Sweet and gracious and loving too, Always doing things for you. Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 Poster Committee 2, 3, 45 Health Careers Club 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Career Day Guide 2, WALTER THOMAS GARRISS. JR. Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 35 Track Team 3, 4. ALFRED GRAHAM GASH A stranger is a friend not yet met. Latin Club 25 German Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 4. BARBARA LEE GIBSON An ounce of wit is worth a million in gold. Jr. Class Dance Ohcirman 3: Homffoom Officer. Secretary 2, Treasurer 35 Lost and Found Committee 35. Social Standards Committee 45 German Club 4, Yrce Pres1dentA45 Spanish Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Service Club 3, 4, President 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas- urer 45 Girls' State 1st Alternate 3: National Honor 50Cl?!Y Convention 35 College Day Guide 2, 31 CB-YCC1'.D3Y.GUlClC 2- Jr. Civic Council 45 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Student Advisor 3, 45 Chairman of Homecoming Dance 4. eniors 4, I 5, - fl G ' H? ti . . 'ff 'V an au' X ,' A C tl wr-3 il, ' wa. 5 3:3 115 ,X 'f l Zi ff fl 5 Y 71' Fat -51 Q ut, ,Y vm--.. - ,A we. i W .sew u',.f?-l f .wtf F v , f,, X 1, .,. rin: fl u us. 11"-v i f t ,- 1 Vx x S ,E ca g its . I X r , X L. .., fe N ,Q-.5 K-new .-...sk fu-. f , Mffln' , ww. M Wo, ' f ' ff ' x f U ' ' 7 f ff K, U gl 4 no gh, If t 1 1 Ag f 3 W , t ,L 5 Ns tv: rf is i Q Vt.. AY 4, . 4 f f 'A Seniors galil. ' 4 M.,-v 4-Q... mg.. ' HT if ' . . 'qiariu W 3 Vu.- , ' Z , f Q ., 57.3,- 0 U ' if . was , ...af- ogy, ,Q w Cl. . 'fav' X 'M' 167' X, 3 3, tt. fi? r t 3 'ge X A W 'her me , .Aw 6 gi, 51, 'S -1-'tzm 3 , A , 19' if 9 f 4 y , - wa ' i s xo A Q Q We N , 4 'CTT' .3 GERRY STEPHEN GIBSON He will make the lace ol heaven so hae that all the world will be in love with night. German Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3. LARRY DEVON GILES Year alter year he would repeat the preceding year's athletic feat. Student Council Representative 2, 33 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Alternate 43 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Football Team 3, 43 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 2. DANNY R. GILLAND Deliberate with caution, but act with decison and prompt- ness. RAYMOND DOUGLAS GILLIS Character is the diamond that scratches all other stones. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Oiicer, President 2, Vice President 43 Intramural Sports Committee 43 German Club 2, Treasurer 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Treasurer 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Monogram Club 43 Football Team 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Col- lege Day Guide 3. WILLIAM REYNOLD GINGER Friendship must be accompanied with good manners and always lodged in great and generous minds. Homeroom Officer, President 3, 43 Projects 43 French Club 2, Vice President 33 Hi-Y 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Key Club, Vice President 43 Chorus 2, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 J.V. gasketball Team 23 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor EMIL RAY GLARUM We can do anything we want to if we persevere. Audio-Visual 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 3, 4. WAYNE KENT GODDARD Blessed is the man within whom a little music dwells, French Club 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic gang 43, 43 Varsity Band 23 Social Studies 3, 43 Chess u . ARNOLD BENNIE GOETZE, JR. He manifests at all times a while to work and a determina- tion to master. Spanish Club 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Baseball Team, Manager 43 Monogram Club 4. MACON EMMITT GOOCH Do your best, not because your work is worth it, but because you are. Homeroom Oiiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Civil Defense Committee 33 Latin Club 23 German Club 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Monogram Club 2, 33 Swimming Team 2, 3. CHARLES LOUIS GOODWIN And virtue, through the ages, will keep me warm. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Idrttge 'lgheater 23 Cast of Play, The Lottery 23 Career Day ui e . WORTH L. GOODWIN lt was a pleasure to know him. NANCY NICHOLAS GRANT Knowledge combined with common sense is wisdom. Homeroom -Ofhcer, Treasurer 43 French Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 43 Goldsboro High School, Goldsboro, N. C. 2, 33 Student Council Representative 23 Bulletin Board Committee 23 Biology Club 2, 33 French Club 33 Stunt Night 2, 33 Scholarship Committee 33 Mar- shal 33 National Honor Society 33 Quill and Schroll 33 Hi-News Staff 33 Editor of Gohiscal 3. LINDA DIANE GREEN One is a friend who loves more than admires us, and would do anything to help us. Lost and Found 43 German Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 43 Y-Teens 4. JAMES CLIFFORD GREENE, JR. An acre of performance is worth the whole world ol promise. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3. PAMELA STUART GREER There are two ways to spread light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Duplicating Committee 43 Spanish Cliub 2, 33 Y-Teens 2.- 3, 43 Broughton Devotional Club 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice President 43 Career Day Guide 2. RUSSELL EUGENE GREGORY The mind of each man is the man himself. FRANK NELSON GRIFFIN Silence is the spark of wisdom. Civil Defense Committee 45 Audio-Visual Club 45 Latin Club'25 German Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 35 Marching Band 25 Varsity Band 2. JOHN DAVID GRIFFIN Only your best is success. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Oilicer, gtggeantgat-Arms 35 German Club 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 43 Ol'LlS . DORCAS CORNELIA GRIGG It is well to think wellg lt is divine to act well. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Alternate Hi-Times Repre- sentative 33 Student Coeoperative Committee 43 Latin Club 25 German Club 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theater Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Broughton Devotional Club 25 JAMES THOMAS GRISSOM An affable and courteous gentleman. Sports Committee 25 Intramural Sports Committee 35 French Club 2, BARBARA TAFT GROSCH The world is always ready to receive talent with open arms. Poster Committee 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Red Cross 2, 35 Little Theatre 2, 3, 45 Broughton Devotional Club 35 Ensemble 45 Chorus 2, 35 Social Studies Club 45 Cast of Play, The Lottery 2, Kiss Me Kate 3. THOMAS ALEXANDER GRUBBS His ways are ways of pleasantness. Marching Band 35 Symphonic Band 3, 43 Cary High School 23 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 25 Dance Band 2. MELVYN HARRIS GRUBER Nothing is useless to the clever mind. BARBARA ANN GUNTER Wherever there's noise and lun, l'll be there. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 French Club 2, 35 Little Theater 45 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 3. SHERRELL LOVIE HARDING Tomorrow is going to be what you make it. Homeroom Oflicer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Red Cross Representative 35 F.B.L.A. 3 4. DONNA LYNNE HAILEY Her personality and good looks will have a definite place in our memories. German Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Hi-Times Stall 45 LATIPAC Staff 4. CAROL ANN HALLMAN Gentleness is a quality nurtured in her heart. L'b ar Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Library Club 3, Chrlliinyal Gibbons High School, Raleigh, N. C. 2, Latin Club 25 National Honor Society 2. MARGARET ANN HAMILTON Sineerity, a quality seen in her by all who knew her. Library Committee 25 Library Club 23 Garner High School, Garner, N. C. 2, 35 F.H.A., Vice President 2, 3. MARY ANN HAMM A soft answer turneth away wrath. H Oflicer, Red Cross Representative 45 Spanish Cfiirbleitclolllr. Red Cross 4. Mount Airy High School 23 Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 Spanish Club 25 Little Theater 25 F.H.A., Secretary 2. Enloe High School 35 Homeroom Officer 3, Secretary 35 Spanish Club 35 Little Theater 35 F.B.L.A. 35 Social Studa ies Club 3. SARAH WILLIAM HANNA Know thy limits and abide by them. Library Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Advanced Mixed Chorus 2, 3. eniors mf' ' "' ,Q-9222 L I'-e. - ff X L45 Z 'tiff' i .ff Q . Y' f ae of 35" gli fi 3 M ,JJ me f :gn 50' 3, '1'I'?"""l 1 qi..-' I- M ..X,v. 'A? ' y . f 3 4 4... . gi ' 1 q---.X Q st. 9 . K ei x i an-ia. " ,vw '1- fr'-r Jyk Wq--rv s lew! 9'-S' g . 3 N X .5 xi i ,ax x at 53 ww ' ,ww f mf el? f K .-iffy, 1 2 I f . .ff 4, 1. '7 ' ,f ,,'., ' V, I Q' ffl? - 'A Q' i' wt - g fu- 1 is . 4 Q . ' ' ,J r , ef ,I A - ' , . 4 ,st fe- V , A new Lf. gi .. I A ve f ., I ,fewax . X , , "' ?' x . ,V , if ,MMA 4, It 3 N at If 94" W . ew P' V. -ff-f 1 ,fy -413-37-r Z . f 5 , , 1 t 4? ll- V M. 5 gm: .. ,M . if ff l iv M f rv." I are it . Q 5-by. it e Z fy- eniors Q'f"""W" me e ,Q H, YK-, az-I-In 2 Riff' my ...ww ' ---. i i f Qi My Q f 'll' -ac' T' S i ., . ws N V - vin L V, 9' 5 54 Q ' 'f - , ple Q. x , ww. , 5 V , . mf-225 fe THOMAS JEROME HANNER On the darkest day, he still looks for spring. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Student Co-operative Committee 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice President 35 Office Assistant 3. MICHAEL HANNON A carefree heart is a great endowment. Student Council Representative 25 Homeroom Onicer, Vice President 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Audio-Visual Committee 25 Civil Defense Committee 35 Health Careers Club 45 Franch Club 2, 3, Vice President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Science Club 2, 35 Social Studies Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at- Arms 2, Vice President 35 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3. PATRICK EDWARD HANNON, JR. To worry little, to study less, this is my idea of happiness. Homeroom Oflicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 25 Baseball Team 2. DIANA PARHAM HANSON A grand character is long to be remembered. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 45 Assembly Committee 3. AMY N. HARDWICKE The force of her merit makes her own way. Homeroom Ofticer, Treasurer 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 25 Chorus 45 Student Advisor 4. EUGENE ALEX HARGROVE Genius must be born, it never can be taught. DEBORAH KAY HARPER No one should ever say "I can't." Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Health Careers Club 4. DONALD EARL HARRIS Youth will have its fling. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. SARAH HELEN HARRIS I agree with na man's opinions: I have some of my own. Council Omcer, Treasurer 45 Homeroom Orhcer, Student Council Representative 25 Class Officer, Secretary 2, 35 Student Co-operative Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 Service Club 3, 45 Ensemble5 Chorus 2, 35 Winged Words 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Honor Society Convention 35 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate iidftnasttgsia 45 Jr. High School Orientation 3, 45 Student visor . DOMINI HARTSFIELD Talent is the capacity for doing that which requires appli- cation, skill, and devotion. Dunn High School, Dunn, N. C. 2, 35 Band 2, 35 Majorette 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. DAN MCCORD HARTZOG Gay, outspoken, fond of playj One to be liked in everyway. Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Officer, President 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 25 Col- lege Day Guide 35 Student Advisor 4. VIRGINIA SIMMS HASKINS A gentle mind by gentle deed is known. Homeroom. Officer, Secretary 2, Red Cross Representative 3, Pres1dent,45 Publicity Committee 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer. 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45'.Chorus, Treasurer 45 Stu- dent Advisor 4. DAVID DWIGHT HAWKINS The nicest boy is not always the loudest. Homeroom Oincer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Spanish Club 3, 45 Audio-Visual Club 45 Murfreesboro Central High School 25 Football Team 2. NANCY NORMAN HAWKS Her life is the rase's hope while yet unblown. Spanish 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 Chorus 3, 4. ELEANOR ELIZABETH HAYES She moves like a goddess and looks like a queen. Homeroom Oliicer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Treasurer 3, Student Council Alternate 45 Sports Committee 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Y-Teens Interclub Council, Treasurer 45 Queen of Heans Court 2, 3. SANDRA LEE HAZEL My heart has learned to glow from ather's gqod and melt at other's woe. Spanish Club 3, 43 P.E. Assistant 23 F.T.A. 3, 43 Millbrook High School 23 Basketball 23 Softball 23 Chorus 23 School Hall Patrol 2. DAVID RANDOLPH HEATON Knowledge once gained casts a light beyond its own immediate boundaries. German Club 2, 3, 43 President 23 National Honor Society 4: M2l'Chll1g Band 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2 3 4 President 43 circus Band 3, 43 0 h t 3, 43 All-S, ' ' - All-State Orchestra 4. rc es ra tate Band 3' 4' ALEESA HEIDELBERG Charm is a wonderful thing in a young woman. Homeroom Othcer, Treasurer 2, 33 Student Co-operative Committee 2, 33 Latin Club, Treasurer 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 33 National Forensic League 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, Q: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 33 Career Day Guide 2. TER RY WAYNE HELMS He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best. Swimming Team 3. DEBORAH ANNE HENDERSON Here's to the girl with a heart and a smile, that makes the bubble of life worthwhile. Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Otiicer, Vice President 43 Maintenance Committee 33 French Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Little Theater 33 Y-Teens 3, 4, Presi- dent 43 Y-Teens Interclub Council 43 Hi-Times Stai 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 LATIPAC Staff 4. RITA HELEN HENRY There are smiles that make us happy. St. Pius X High School, Georgia 2, 33 French Club 23 Jr. Red Cross 23 C.S.M.C. 23 F.H.A. 33 Y-Teens 43 Health Careers Club 4. KAREN ANNE HENSCHELL Child, you are like a flower, so sweet and pure and fair. Homeroom Ohicer, Red Cross Representative 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2. JAMES BRYAN HERRING For those who wait, tomorrow is close. Monogram Club 3, 43 Baseball Team 3, 43 Millbrook High School, Millbrook, N. C. 23 Football Team 23 En- semble 23 Glee Club 2. BRONA FRANCES HICKS Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but of little kindrxesses to all. Poster Committee 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4. DAYLE JEANNE HICKS The fairest garden in her looks, and in her mind the wisest books. Student Council Representative 23 Homeroom Otiicer, Secretary 33 Cafeteria Committee Chairman 43 Intramural Sports Committee 23 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Latin Club Secretary, 23 Service Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 National Honor Society 3, 43.Girls' State Alternate 33 National Honor Society COHVCDUOH-31 College Day Guide 33 Career Day Guide 23 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4, HENRY THOMAS HICKS Willing, energetic, anything but idle. Spanish Club 33 Audio-Visual Club 33 Track Team 2, 3. JUDITH ANN I-IICKS The heart of a girl is a wonderful thing. French Club 23 Library Club 43 F.B.L.A. 4, RAE HINTON HICKS You can only make others better by being truly good yourself. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 33 Poster Committee 2, 3, 4: French Club 2. 3, 4: National H01101' Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Winged Words 43 Cast of Play, The Lottery 23 Career Day Gmde 2. TANDRA FAYE HICKS Her thoughts were roots that firmly gripped the granite truth. F.B.L.A. 4. VONNIE MONROE HICKS, III A gentleman is the man who can disagree without being disagreeable. P Cl b 2 3 4 Om , V' President 43 rench u . , . lgeigbibiinl, Vicieeairesifiint 43 Hi-Y 23 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 43 National Honor Society 43 Career Day Guide 33 Radio Club 2, 3, 4, President 2- eniors R .., -P, 3 . 'x A, 3 3 'tl M, -s..v.55!:.,Q ' .iff-if Z " ' X X 3, 'X , .. . .3 , , X, L tg , "3 , is 'Q 5' Q 17'--v E 'K 1.1 ' t -A fb? . ' A ' . is-,X 3 ' sf A .Q , , '1 A l i"' V 1 r"NS,ja ,En 'PN A s N .A K 1 K , 5' ,,.v ' 2 be A 5' . if 1 f, '1 u-.--- '- '21, iff" if , T ' , H 3 . ' sim, 3 u L 4. I -C ,Y ,f--14? I:- I it ,,,.j5?-3 R 151 42 5, V , V Q 3 I 3 ' tl, ' s V 4 KN 5-2' . tt' ., -Z f . M, yi J I .- 'N' f l t -a la A M, "51'f"'V an fm '!h- I sq, it f f 44 N 1' '95 Eg, fm fh a., ,mf hi Z, 'a 3 f X V1 ,df 4,4 , , .. O X Wet f ,. N, 4. , .f rf Y f . R It ,. f .-ji i' 4 pw jfiyif QV ' r-I ,- 43 s Yr ' ' M . '- X M: ff, , ' HW 4,9,Wf.. rw, .. , , enior f , .nf 'DN 'of Wife A' 4 4 1 V ,X . . , f EQ fi We H V ' Wi' . X ,. t , f I M. if that f f' Where f 25 ,, aa Q 4 gay- WALTER RAY I-IIGHSMITH, JR. The truest wisdom is a reasonable determination. Bus Driver 3, 4. PAMELA JOANN HILL A smile is the whisper of a laugh. Cafeteria Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 2, 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Broughton Devotional 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, Librarian 35 College Day 4. BRENDA SUE HINNANT Always a pleasant nature. French Club 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 45 Chorus 2. JOHN LLEWELLYN HITCH A young man with true convictions. Poster Committee 2, 45 Traffic Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3. JAMES ROBERT HITCHINGS An honest man, on whom we can depend. German Club 2, 3, 4, President 35 Swimming Team 2, 3. THOMAS NEWTON HOBBS He who does not love wine, women, and song Remains a fool his whole life long. Homeroom Otlicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Intramural Sports Committee 35 Audio-Visual Club 3. Cary Senior High: Student Council Representative 25 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 25 Intramural Sports Committee Z5 Spanish Club 25 Audio-Visual-Club 25 Basketball Team 25 Track Team 2. JUDY BRYAN HOBBY A good disposition is the foundation of her happiness. Homeroom Otiicer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Vice Presi- dent 45 French Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 45 Lntmc Stat? 45 Career Day Guide 25 Health Careers Club 4. ALICE ANNE HODGE They're only truly great who are truly good. Library 3, 4, Chairman 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4. CARROR CEMBER HOLDEN If she had any faults. she's left us in doubt. Homeroom Oflicer, Hi-Times Alternate 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Jr. Red Cross, Secretary 45 Y-Teens 45 Girls Chorus 2. JANICE FAYE HOLLAND Thou hast no sorrow in thy song, no winter in thy year. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 Chorus 25 Health Careers Club 4. VERNA MARIE HOLLIDAY Perhaps there is no more important component of char- acter than steadfast resolution. MELVIN LLOYD HOLLOMAN Give me today and take tomorrow! Knightdale High School, Knightdale, N. C. 2, 35 F.F.A. 2, 35 Science Club 2, 3. JAMES THOMAS HOLMES Where words are scarce, they are seldom spent in vain. Student Council Alternate 25 Audio-Visual Committee 2, 45 House and Grounds Committee 25 F.B.L.A. 3, 45 Audio- Visual Club 2, 4. DALLAS KERN HOLOMAN Genius lights its own fire, but it is constantly collecting material to keep alive the flame. Homeroom Otiicer Hi-Times Representative 35 Lost and Found Committee 35 Standards Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 National-Honor Society Convention 35 Jr. High School Orientation 35 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. ALYCE JULIE HOLT Vivaciousness brings happiness into the lives ol others. Homeroom Vice President 25 Student Council Alternate 45 Latin Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Health Careers Club 4. EUGENE ALBERT I-IOMME Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit. Cary High School, Cary, N. C. 2, 35 Cary High School Band 2, 3. CATHERINE GREY HOOKS There 'are few that have an abundance ol personality such as s e. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, Hi-Times Representative 45 French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 4: F.T.A. 35 G.A.A. 2. ELLEN JEANNE HONEYCUTT She was one of those rarely gifted beings who cannot look or speak without stirring the hearts of most of us. Millbrook High School 2, 35 Homeroom Onicer, Secretary 25 French Club 25 F.B.L.A. 35 F.H.A. 2, 35 Band 35 Maiorette 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Blue Notes Staff 2, 3. THOMAS LARRY HOPKINS A moral, sensible, and well-bred man. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 35 House and Grounds Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Varsity Band 25 Career Day Guide 25 Health Careers Club 4. JUDY CAROLYN HORNE As happy as the day is long Library Club 25 Y-Teens 25 Broughton Devotional 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Hi-Times Staff 4. GARY ALAN HORVITZ Patient endurance is godlike. Homeroom Officer Hi-Times Representative 35 Elections Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 National Forensic League 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 25 Cast of Play, The Undercurrent 2', Anastasia 4. WILLIAM HENRY HOWE He who is contenl can never be ruined. Spanish Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 25 Social Studies Club 25 Swimming Team Manager 2. PAMELA JEANNE HOWELL She smiles and smiles and will not sigh. French Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 35 Little Theatre 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 4. VICTOR FURMAN HOWLE Every man is an original and solitary character. Chorus 25 Vocational Industrial Club5 Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. JAMES WENDELL HOYE One with a disposition such as his is welcomed in any group. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 School Store Com- mittee 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 42 Hi-Y 3, 45 Track Team 2. EUGENE ANDERSQN HUGHES Tis the mind that makes the body rich. d C 'l Alt t 35 Homeroom Otiicer, President 2luA?s2mbcly1ngomm5Ix ig French Club 2, 3, 45 H1-Y 35 Tennis Team 3, 4. MARTHA BRUCE HUGHES A greater thing than being loved is loving. h H Officer 2, 3, Secretary 25 Student Council Rep- regeqliigig? 35 Publicity Committee 2, 35 Lost and Found Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Secretary 4: Y-Teens Z3 CIIPYUS 2, 35 Hi-Times Staff 4: LATIPAC Staff 4, Editor-in-Chief 45 Col- lege Day Guide 35 Career Day GuideA25 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Student Advisor 35 Service Club 4. PATRICK MCCAIN HUGHEY G d b di 's the result of much good sense, good lhllztrzreielanlzygallittle self-denial for the sake of others. Oni 5 V' e President 4: FFCHCH Clllb 3, ,Vice i2'3'3SL?.?"h, Leigh Climb 2: Little Theatre 2, 35 National Forensic League 3, Vice President 4: Cast of Play, The Lottery 2. PEGGY EARL HUMPHREY Charm strikes the sight, and merit wins the soul. Om , T surer 25 Library Committee 25 Ifigerlllghoglrlxb 25 Reclegross 35 Y-Teens 3: Little Theater 2. Omce Assistant 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Chorus 39 College Day Guide 2. CECELIA CATHERINE HUNNICUTT A bubbling personality is a wonderful lhiflg in 0 Blfl- . . , , .rfb . gr 'R J ll' 'll enior ct lfi ., . ' ' N .,:zw'+"flWm.: ,W . , ' - A4 W' xii' I . 5-.1 - . 5 i tim .,,. M 1 1, ,,1 ' , 'Rv-. 1 :N v , y l 5? wif- 1 Corn- TW' N 5 vfefr 'Iizgzg ge of f .,., . . .. 5. fig- If ' 6 fmt' 'M 5 tp S491- 2 e- A we Ising -e+2",,Ah M' V! is- M , fE?'f:"--53-5. V ,Y 1, ,, , 'fm' 4- 9 flow YD! Senior A! . I I I !J:w,:,5w-,kltwk L.,,.,,,iA .,. : M 5 V, VV7 . , ...TWA l ' f t. Q91 in Q A 'fJ..f..e. fjf -3 i 4-i--as may as 'Wwe tn'-4.-,e 6 W,- qu-...,.... I f ma.. X 0 .f .'::t H 532 " 'f 0 I W Q7 , l of vv,.,,,,4g ., I f X 52 A 4 re G ey. Z Q W 44 5 te , ,gf ff , X :M 5 g ,N Wm ff'1 IL , ,, "Wien jlnqagrh- ii if 'Z Q f V 7 A' Ai W-. f y W 3 44 4-"' 'Wx .aan-.Lf GEORGE WILSON HUNTER, JR. Nothing is useless to the man of sense, French Club 3, 4. GLORIA ANN HUNTER The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed. French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE JEAN HURMAN A good companion and loyal friend. Homeroom Omcer, Hi-Times Representative 45 F.B.L.A. 45 South Mecklenburg High School, Charlotte, North Caro- lina 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 35 Homeroom Oificer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 35 Junior-Senior Committee 2, 3. MARTIN GEORGE HYATT Respected by all who know him. Spanish Club 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Varsity Band 2. ARTHUR MARVIN INGRAM One star dijerent from another star is glory. Homeroom Otiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice President 3, President 45 French Club 2, 35 Social Studies Club 2, 3, 4. REGINALD JAY IRVINE, III It is the eyes that best show the nature of the heart. Service Club 45 I-Ii-Y 35 House and Grounds Committee 4. CHARLES EDWARD ISBELL A light heart lives long. NANCY PAGE ISPHORDING Did anyone know her and not admire her? Student Council Representative 45 Cafeteria Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Jr. Red Cross 35 National Forensic League 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Y-Teens Interclub Coun- cil 45 Waynesboro Senior High School, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 2, Class Secretary 25 Library Club 25 Drama Club 2. JESSE ROLAND JAMES Be glad of life, for it gives you a chance to live and work. Chapel Hill Senior High 2, 35 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 35 Monogram Club 35 Basketball Team 3. JOSEPH MCKENDRIE JENKINS There is no other like him, though there are many imi- tations. Homeroom Officer, President 25 Red Cross Representative 35 Class Ofhcer, Vice President 45 Sports Committee 25 Projects Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 45 Chorus 35 J.V. Basketball Team 25 Track Team 25 Boys' State 25 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 35 Jr, High School Orientation 35 Student Advisor 3, 45 Service Club 4. HELEN BELL JENRETTE She had a voice of gladness and a smile of joy. Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 3, Red Cross Representative 45 Cafeteria Com- mittee 25 Publicity Committee Chairman 45 French Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 45 Y-Teens 25 Hi-Times Stal? 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 45 Col- liegi Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25 Student Advisor CAROLYN MAY JESSUP Education means developing the mind not stuffing the memory. F.H.A. 25 Girl's Chorus 2. ' CATHERINE NOELL JOHNSON Beauty without grace is the hook without the bait. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 45 Jr. Red Cross 3, 45 Health Careers Club 45 Y-Teens Z, 3, 45 College Day 4. ELSIE ANN JOHNSON What sweet delight a quiet life agards. JOHN JERYL JOHNSON The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes but in liking what one has to do. French Club 2, 35 Key Club 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Audio-Visual Club 2. KATE BURR JOHNSON When she had passed, it seemed like the ceasing ol exquisite WIMSIC. Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Alter- nate 35 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 45 Sports Committee 25 Social Standards Committee 35 French Club 25 Health Careers Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Marshal 2, 3, 4, Chief 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 35 Student Advisor 3. LINDA SMITH JOHNSON There's no genius in life like that of energy and enthusiasm. SUSAN HANIDY JOHNSON We are the music makers, we are the dreamers al dreams. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 2, President 3, Secre- tary 45 Spanish Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Chorus 3, 45 Health Careers Club, President 4. THOMAS POOLE JOHNSON Let us learn on earth those things whose knowledge might continue in heaven. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice President 45 Latin Club 25 Ger- man Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 25 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 25 Football Team 3, 45 Baseball Team 3, 45 Track Team 25 College Day Guide 35 Student Advisor 3. KERRY VIOLET JOHNSTON The best of healers is good cheer. Homeroom Oliicer, Treasurer 45 Hospitality Committee 35 Projects Committee 25 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Jr. Red Cross 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Hi-Times Stal? 3. BARBARA LUCILLE JOHNSON A certain simplicity that makes everyone her friend. DON ALLISON JONES I have a rendezvous with life! JANICE SUE JONES Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue. Y-Teens 3, 4. JUDITH DIANNE JONES Virtue is the truest nobility. LYNN LORRAINE JONES Works without show, and without pomp presides. MARGARET LEE JONES Some persons seem capable of doing nothing but great kindness. NEVILLE BLAIR JONES The great end of life is not knowledge but action. SUSAN IRENE JONES Modest, quiet, and always sweet. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM EDWARD JONES He who knows himself best esteems himself least. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4- MICHAEL LANCE JORDAN Nothing is so strong as gentlenessg nothing so gentle as real strength. .d E1 H Oth er, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, xPresr ent 4' ec- tiggslelggrrgmitteg 45 French Club 35 Hr-Y 35 Key' Club, President 45 Chorus 45 Baseball Team 3: Career Day Grude 35 Student Advisor 45 Brainerd High School,.Chattanooga, Tennessee 25 Student Council Representative 25 Class President 25 Key Club 25 Football Team 25 J.V. Basket- ball 25 Baseball Team 2. enior .. 5? Ly s J ,N - I ., i ' f 2 I ., ' J f, 'rw MW ..-..-.- ,,a...-.. ,.ftf'.9i., V 5 at x. , X sf, I , Zag, X 4. 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TED DANIEL JORDAN What should a man do but be merry? Homeroom Ofiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice President 33 Maintenance Committee 23 Elections Committee 33 French Club 23 Jr. Red Cross 2, 33 Social Studies Club 2. DAN MONTAGUE JUNKIN Put this restriction on your pleasuresg be cautious that they iniure no one. SHARON LEE KAITZ One we will surely miss. Spanish Club 3, 43 Broughton Devotional Club 43 F.H.A., Historian 43 Glade Valley High School 2, Class Oliicer, Vice President 23 Student Council Representative 23 Chorus Z. RONALD KEITH KAREIVA l leave my character behind me. Homeroom Olficer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice President 3. WILLIAM RAY KEENE Bring on the valiant and free man: the larger heart, the kindlier hand. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Hi-Y 3, Sergeant- at-Arms 33 Chorus 43 Monogram Club 3, 4, Sergeantiat- Arms 43 Football Team 3, 43 Track Team 3, 43 Wrestling Team 43 N, C. Shrine Bowl Team 43 Christian Brothers High School, Memphis, Tennessee 23 Football Team 23 Track Team 2. PHILLIP NIEMAND KELLER Teach me to hide the faults l see. CHRISTINE KELLY This merry, fun-loving brunette has a way about her you can't forget. Homeroom Oticer, Secretary 2, Vice President 33 Poster Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2. WALTER FLETCHER KELLY It matters not how a man dies but how he lives, Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Maintenance Com- gnittee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Hi-Y , 3, 4. MICHAEL HILL KENFIELD To be handsome is a coincidence but to be great is an ambition. Student Council Representative 23 Student Council Alter- nate 33 Class Council 43 Class Officer, President 43 Elections Committee 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 33 Key Club 43 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Marshal 33 Social Studies Club 33 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Escort 43 Boys' State 33 National Honor Society Convention 33 College Day Guide 33 Jr. Civic Council 43 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Jr. Science Symposium 3. MARY JANIS KENNEDY A soft answer turneth away wrath. Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 43 Y-Teens 43 Broughton Devotional Club 43 College Day Guide 3. WILLIAM HAYES KENNEDY There's nothing worth the wear of winning but laughter and the love of friends. Maintenance Committee 43 German Club 33 Hi-Times 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 2, 4. NANCY DIANE KENYON Happiness is not something you findg it is something you create. Homeroom Officer, Altemate Hi-Times Representative 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 23 National Honor SOCICIY 4: Y-Teens 2, 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 Lirimc Staff 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 43 Service Club 4. DAVID CARTER KESTERSON Pleasantness and dependability are qualities well mixed. Maintenance Committee 3, 4, Chairman 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 33 Service Club 3, 43 Symphonic Band 23 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Basketball Team Manager 2, 3, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4, CLAUDIA M. KETCHIE The quiet and observant always go far. F.B.L.A. 43 Health Careers Club 4. MILDRED WESLEY KILGORE Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep tt from themselves. Homeroom Officer, Treasure 45 St d t C - ' - mittee 45 French Club 2, 3,r45 Y-L-I-CZIIIIS 3? gizerauve Com BRUCE FONVILLE KING, III Every man is intended to have a character of his own: to be what no other ts, and to do what no other can do. Student Councilrllepresentative 2, Alternate 35 Social Standards Committee 3: Sports Committee Chairman 45 German Club 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 25 Hi-Y Chaplain 2, 35 KEY Club 45 Marshal 45 College Day Guide 35 Jr. Civic CO'-H1011 33 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Service Club 4. DAVID LEWIS KING Your duty is to use your talents to their fullest. Chorus 2: Broughton Devotional Club 2. FREDERICK DALE KING Always ready with a cheerful song. Ensemble 3, 45 Chorus 25 Kiss Me Kate 3. WILLIAM MCKINLEY KING He that walketh upright will reach his destination. RICHARD LYNN KLINGMAN The sum of his works embodies the greatest number of his greatest ideas. Student Council Alternate 35 Poster Committee 2, 35 Span- ish Club, Vice President 35 Marching Band 25 Varsity Band 35 Hi-Times Staff 2, 35 Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM BENSON KIRKMAN Noble thought must lie behind contentment. German Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Chess Club 45 Health Careers Club 4. GRIG KIRK Elegance is a polish and a sparkling which is spirited, yet delicate. Homeroom Otiicer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 Assembly Committee 2, Chairman 4, Social Standards Committee 35 German Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Girls' State 35 Chairman of College Day Guides 35 Chairman of College Day Committee 45 Jr. High 2fhtZiol2Orientation 35 Student Advisor 45 Career Day UI C . ROBERT ALLEN KIRKLAND I have learned in what-so-ever state I am, therewith to be content. CHARLES PAGE KNIGHT The rare gift of always being himself. French Club 35 Chorus 4. CLIFTON BROOKS KNIGHT, JR. Character is the real foundation for all worthwhile success. Homeroom Oliicer, Vice President 2, President 3, 45 As- sembly Committee 35 Sports Committee 45 Intramural Sports Committee 25 German Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-an Arms 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Chaplain 35 College Day Guide 35 Student Advisor 3. DONALD LINWOOD KNIGHT Wit is the only wall between us and the dark. Poster Committee 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN ANDREW KNIGHT To live is not merely to breathe, it is to act. Spanish Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 2. KATHY JO KORNEGAY Friendship improves happiness, and abates misery, by doubling our ioy. and dividing our grief. F H Ofli , Red Cross Representative 35 rench Cglrblelfom Latfr?rClub 25 Jr. Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 45 Broughton Devotional Club 3, 43 F.T.A- 3: F.H-A- 3, 4- LEWIS BRENT LAWRENCE He who knows right from wrong does right. Health Careers Club 35 Spanish Club 2, 3. 4- Senior , 2 ,gi F qv...- 'Bw fs 21- ao" uw-..-C 41 , ., , Mfr' 4435.4 ,f m . .X W ,Q . t ks! WW fs Q ia- ! , 16? , if mt 'D' .....,... ii-rf N Xl- . HD' ape- I hiv is AP' 475 QL, is 1 2.-oe'-M 1- f ,. 4 ef -f A ff Q ':- ' - 4. 3, ,I , 4. J' t W, J 47" 'gf Z f ff s 2 1, H ,W 'L f My 1 5 K We 'ZA to f M, Jr, gy fr-5 W " 1 I fff Z , f fp., X f 1 Senior 'nb W Y. 55- ' rwvwem., X X .aw 'QM 3105 77K JAC Y . MARY SUE LAWRENCE True wisdom is to know what is best worth knowing, and to do what is best worth doing. Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Oflicer, Treasurer 35 Safety Committee 45 Latin Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 45 National Honor Society 45 Y-Teens 3, 4, President 45 Y-Teen Interclub Council 45 F.T.A. 2, 3. FRANCES WYNNE LAMM Her ways are fair and dear and good. Homeroom Oliicer, Hi-Times Representative 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 F.T.A. 3. WILLIAM KENNETH LAND Some men are born to be the best. Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Alter- nate 35 Homeroom Officer, President 45 Audio-Visual 2, 35 School Store Committee 45 Spanish Club 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Jr. Red Cross 2, 35 Audio-Visual Club 2, 35 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25 Jr. Civic Council Representative 3, 45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. SHIRLEY RUTH LAWS Nature made her what she is but unfortunately destroyed the pattern. Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Oflicer, Red Cross Representative 2, Treasurer 45 French Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 35 Hi-Times Stali 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 45 Health Careers Club, Secretary-Treasurer 4. LINDA JOANNE LARSON Speak softly, you tread on my dreams. Poster Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 4. RAYMOND LEE The reason firm, the temperate will, endurance, foresight, strength, skill. Homeroom Oliicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 J.V. Football Team 2. MARTHA JEAN LEWIS The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. Homeroom Oflicer, Vice President 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross 45 Y-Teens 4. WADE COLUMBUS LEWIS Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, Presi- dent 2, Vice President 45 German Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Golf Team 2, 3, 4. JOHN CHARLES LINK Learning makes a man fit company for himself. Millbrook High School 25 Homeroom Officer, Vice Presi- dent 25 Science Club 25 Baseball Team 2. LINDA JUNE LOGAN A lovely face, with a heart much the same. Homeroom Ohicer, Treasurer 25 Hi-Times Alternate 45 Spanish Club 25 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 45 F.T.A. 45 Girls Chorus 25 Southwest High School, Atlanta, Georgia. 2nd Semester Soph. 2nd Semester Junior. Spanish Club 25 Chorus 35 Red Cross Representative 3. LINDA JOYCE LONDY Her future is aglow with possibilities. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 45 Student Co-operative Committee 25 French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 3, 4. ' CLYDE EUGENE LONG He is a sure wit, but he is no lool. Student Council Representative 25 German Club 2, 35 Science Club 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 45 Orchestra 4. ELIZABETH TAYLOR LONG To mean to my friends half as much as they mean to me. Poster Committee 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 French Club 2, 3, 4. SARAH ELIZABETH LOWRY Hath put a spirit of youth in everything. Spanish Club 25 Library Club 35 F.B.L.A. 4. WALTER ROBERT LOWRY What greater capital can a man possess than good nature. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 45 Elections Com- mittee 25 Lost and Found Committee 35 Civil Defense Committee 45 V.I.C. 3, 45 College Day Guide 3. BARBARA ANNE LUGANI Quiet and modest, thoughtful and meek, knowing much more than she lets herself speak. Homeroom-Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Red Cross Representative 35 French Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theaffe 42 Y-Teens 3, 45 Winged Words 2. KATHERINE TAYLOR LUMSDEN Brimlul of pep and personality plus. Homerroom Officer, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Hospitality Committee 45 Traffic Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 College Dlay 'Guide 35 Student Advisor 45 National Merit Semi- Finalist 45 Service Club 4. WILLIAM HUNTER LUMSDEN I want to live aright from day to day. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Student Council Alternate 45 School Store Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 H1-Y 2. 3. 45 Jr. Red.Cross 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Career Day Guide 25 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. RICKEY WAYNE LYERLY l'm mighty glad I'm living. ALFRED EDWIN LYNN Have a good time living, 'cause you're a long time dead. Bus Driver 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN LYNN Those who love music are gentle and honest in their temper. French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Ensemble 3, 45 Chorus 25 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 3. ELIZABETH SUSAN MACON The girl who wins is the girl who works. Assembly Committee 45 German Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Science Club 45 Broughton Devotional Group 25 Chorus 35 G.A.A. 2. JAMES MALLER Learn from the mistakes of othersg you can't live long enough to make them yourselves. Audio-Visual Club 45 Champaign High School, Champaign, Illinois 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Projector Club 2, 3. J ULIAN MANN Honorable deeds and earnest endeavors are richly re- worded. Class Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 45 Homeroom Officer, President 2, 3, Sergeant-ab Arms 45 Latin Club 21 Spanish Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 2, 45 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25 Student Advisor 4. PETER PRESS MARAVICH We never heard him boast of his remarkable feats. I-Iomeroom Oflicer, President 45 French Club 3, 45 I-Ii-Y 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 45 Basketball Team 3, 4, Captain 45 Student Advisor 45 Clemson, S. C. 25 Varsity Basketball 25 LATIPAC Staff 4. EARL . ROBERT MARTIN Be of good cheer: I have overcome the world! Science Club 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band Z, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Swimming Team 25 All-State Orchestra 2, 3. HARRIET CORINNA MARTIN We never knew a sweeter girl, or one of greater worth. Student Council Alternate 35 Class Council 2, 3, 45 Class Ofhcer, Treasurer 3, 45 Homeroom Otlicer, Secretary 45 School Store Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 35 Jr. High School Orientation 3. WILLIAM DANIEL MARTIN, III The greatest "do-lt-yourself" kit is your own mind! MARJORIE FRANCES MASON A good laugh is sunshine in any dark house. H Oth e , Treasurer 45 Cafeteria Committee 45 Sgmisgogub 2.C3f45 Orchestra 2, 45 Health Career Club 4. ROBERT HOWARD MASON Intelligence is his salient virtue. X . t X - 9 ,. Y LK. tx f A , 3 ev ji 1 f 9 X enior 'I mfs A 1 X fm it Ag 4' on at , ,flaw-A 4 f we , Y . uw, ' Q. 4' I W, , .Q my t ies., we ss., tx' Yfff' Yi?" gn! W' 7 A err:- , 4... Mp-wt 'HGV g , , 49-auf my ,-. 'hu- 1 ,, 5, kv iss.. 'i , , ri' e f 5 W V t , k ff? f ' ' .:.,.. V "-, ' W fl , f M ' L i tw f'Ulli4.-- "1-... '98 Lwx qanwn- Q Q . ' lf , X m". are ,, ,, , , A - ,.., , ,sbs-, Seniors ' Q had 4,1 iv 4 1 1' its A fl' l f if f 4 f , 4 4 f X f ri 5 f 1 7 f K A ,f f ' 0 ,A 41: y- fzyfefggq t XJ, ,fl D, 2 W ra -. ee -' , A V ..a, have 1 f 1' W' ...em..,., ROBERT WILSON MASSENGILL The world could be mine if I had time to care for it. Student Council Representative 2, Homeroom Onieer, Hi-Times Representative 4, French Club 3, 4. BRUCE R. MASSEY Fortune favors the bold. German Club 2, 3, 4. ANNA REBEKAH MATTHEWS She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with, and pleasant to think on. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 2, Secretary 3, Sports Committee 4, Duplicating Committee Chairman 4, French Club 2, 4, Secretary 4, Latin Club 2, 3, President 2, Secre- tary 3, German Club 3, 4, National Honor Society- 3, 4, Secretary 4, College Day Guide 3, Career Day Guide.2, Jr. High School Orientation 3, Student Advisor 4, Service Club 4. ARTHUR MCGINNIE MATTHEWS Always doing things for others by stealth, and having them found out by accident, Service Club 4, Bus Driver 4. BARBARA SHARON MATTHEWS Beware of her fair hair, for she excells all women in the magic of her looks. Homeroom Oificer, Red Cross 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, Little Theatre 2, Library Club 4, YaTeens Z, Office Assistant 2, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Cast of Play, The Loud Red Patrick 2. ALLISON TAYLOR MATTHIAS The soul of a journey is liberty's perfect liberty to think, feel, and do as one pleases. Spanish Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, F.T.A. 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, Chorus 4. ARIEL LEISHMAN MAUGHAN None but himself can be his parallel. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, 3, Publicity Committee 3, French Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Hi-Times Stal? 3, Football Team 3, 4, J,V. Football 2, Basketball Team 3, 4, J.V. Basketball Team 2, Baseball Team 2, Track Team 3. HOWARD WINFIELD MAUNEY Smile your way into heaven. JAMES LEWIS MAYNARD In being a gentleman, one is admired by women, and envied by other men. Homeroom Oflicer, Vice President 3, French Club 2, 3, Audio-Visual Club 2. NANCY LELAND MAYNARD A true friend is a thing rare and hard to find. Homeroom Onicer, Treasurer 3, Red Cross Representative 4, Cafeteria Committee 3, Hospitality Committee 4, French Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 4, F.T.A. 3, Student Advisor 4. MERIBAH BYRD MCALLISTER There is a certain dignity to be kept up in pleasure as well as in business. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Safety Committee 3, 4, Chairman 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. 3, German Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Hi-Times Staif 2, College Day 4, College Day Guide 3, II-Ifh School Orientation 3, Student Advisor 4, Service u . LUTIE OGDEN MCCLAIN The shortest and surest way is to live with honor in the world, is to be, in reality, what we appear to be to others. Y-Teens 4, Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 4,-Grainger High School, Kinston, North Carolina 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Student Council Alternate 2, 3, Homecoming Float Chairman 3, N. C. Scholastic Press Representative 2, F.N.A. 3, F.T.A. 3, President's Club 3, State Latin Club Convention 3. LARRY PATRICK MCGEE Always ready with a kind word for you. JAMES MICHAEL MCINTYRE A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. Student Council Representative 2, 3, Homeroom Officer, President 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, Swimming Team Z, Queen of Hearts Escort 2, 4. JAMES FREDERICK MCKEITHAN Higuperseverance is something respected by all who know im. CLARENCE WADE MCLEAN Build a little fence of trust around today. Intramural Sports Committee 2. GLADYS GAIL MCLEOD That is the worst of those people who have charm: they are so terrible to do without. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 Jr.'Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Broughton Devotional 25 Ofhce Assistant 45 Chorus 2. BARBARA SHARON MCNEILL Good qualities need no advertising. Library Club 25 Chorus 25 Marching Band 25 Symphonic Band 25 Intramurals 35 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Repre- gentativelt 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 cience . ROBERT STEVEN MEADOWS He has a grin for every friend. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 2, 35 Science Club Z5 Broughton Devotional 35 Track Team 3. FRANCES KAY MESSER She excelled in every sport, but never lost her feminine charm. Homeroom Otiicer, Red Cross Representative 25 G.A.A. 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 Y-Teens 45 Career Day Guide 2. ROGER CRAIG MILLER Much wisdom often goes with fewest words. German Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Science Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 45 Marching Band 45 Symphonic Band 45 College Day Guide 3. SUSAN HAMRICK MILLER Where there is hatred, let me sow love. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, Secretary-Treasurer 25 Lost and Found Committee 25 Hospitality Committee 3, 4, Chairman 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 35 Hi-Times Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 45 LATIPAC Staif 3, 45 Career Day Guide 25 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Student Advisor 35 Service Club 45 Home- coming Sponsor 3. TAMIE ANN MILLER Refinement creates beauty everywhere. Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theater 45 Y-Teens 4. FRANCES JANE MILLS See that your character is right, then your reputation will be. F.B.L.A. 2. MARYLYNE ROSE MIMS She is the quiet kind whose nature never varies. Library Club 25 F.B.L.A. 35 F.H.A. 2. WILLIAM GRAHAM CHAMPION MITCHELL Of his inner resources there seems to be no end. Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Officer, President 2, 35 Social Standards Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Monogram Club 45 Football Team 3, 45 Jr. VHFSIYY F001- ball Team 25 Track Team 2, 3, 4. DAVID FRANKLIN MOFFETT, JR. Science, when well-digested, is nothing but good sense and reason. German Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club Z, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice President 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Winged Words 45 All State Orchestra 3, 45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. ROBERT STEVEN MOODY His love of life and wit bespeak a great man. Homeroom Oflicer, President 2, 3, Vice President 45 Latin Club 25 Hi-Times Stat? 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4. DAVID HUBBARD MOORE The world is blessed rnost by men who do things, and not by those who merely talk about them. Class Council 25 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 3, President 45 Student Co-operative Committee 35 Sports Committee 45 German Club 2, 3, 45 H1-Y 2, 3, 45 Social Studies Club 35 College Day Guide 35 Student Advisor 3. EMMA ANNE RUTLEDGE MOORE Life hath no blessing like that of a faithful friend. H Om , Treasurer 3. 45 Safety Committee 35 Fifelsghmziiub 2?e3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Seniors . f X, . :AI i' ci .. -x- 1 xl by I 1, X RN .A 4, js A.. ' ...EL 'fwx 33' ' ulisv S get -N 4 Q, ,,- 2 t'-t fix, If ,, t ia- A 5,3 , I au- VX ,MQX is.- ff' -Z'-5 ,QW ,MQ YV V Ii I ,. we fe- . M W K ' U ., ff Ki ww-U-9' ti 1 ,uv M 2 I." 5. A f ' V In .e v , fs 7 e X 4, ,, um L, .AQ A 'L' 'Z' vs' . 4 ii I, ,Aa 4 ,,.,,w ftp hi 2 1 -it 5 I if ww- ., H. X bw. 5 , ' fa , I , A A f I in s f t ,if 4, X f 3 5 ii- hi AA.. , 5. 5 , ,Q . ' A ww X Senior tf,t e f17Q' ma.,.,aM. W ! ,. , , t M t f f ei fe 4 f ff 4 ,i eye Z A lim A v e Z ff W l I 1 4 f ,Q-.am hw . fb if Jr: JOYCE ALENE MOORE One who knows there is a task to do and does it. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Alternate 35 Duplicating Com- mittee 45 Spanish Club 25 Broughton Devotional Club 45 F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Secretary 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 United Fund Representative 35 Service Club 4. MARY JO MOORE She who sings drives sorrow away. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 45 House and Grounds Com- mittee 25 Duplicating Committee 45 Spanish Club Secre- tary 25 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 4: Ensemble 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Chorus 25 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 3. RALPH CROWDER MOORE A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. Spanish Club 2. THOMAS EDMOND MOORE World's no better if we worry, Iife's no longer if we hurry. Spanish Club Z, 3, 45 J. V. Football 25 Track Team 25 Wrestling Team 4. NORMA GAYLE MORGAN Let everyone ascertain his special business and sticking to it, will become successful. Duplicating Committee 45 French Club 25 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. President 45 Chorus 2. THELMA EUGENIA MORGAN As welcomed as sunshine in every place. Hi-Times Representative 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Broughton Devotional Group 45 F.T.A. 45 Hi- Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4, Exchange Editor 4. EVA MAE MORRIS Neatness is a crowning grace of womanhood. Broughton Devotional 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Chorus 2, 3. PHILLIP EDWARD MUNNS A little and a little added together make a great deal. Spanish Club 25 Audio-Visual Club 3, 4, President 3, Vice President 4. CELESTE ANN MURRAY Her ready wit, her cheerful smile, make her welcomed all the while. G.A.A. 25 Jr. Red Cross 25 F.H.A. 3. DEWEY VANN MURRAY A taste of pleasure quicken: the relish ol life. French Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Baseball Team 3, 45 Bus Driver 4. JEAN SUSAN MURRAY There -is none more pleasant to be near. Student Council Representative, 2, 35 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 45 G.A.A. 25 Intramural Sports Committee 2, 3, 45 Girnian Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T. . . JIMMIE DARNELL MURRAY To be a well, favored man is the gift of fortune. Student Council Representative 45 Student Council Alter- nate 35 Homeroom Ofhcer, Vice President 2, Sergeant-ab Arms 35 Elections Committee 45 French Club, Sergeant-ab Arms 2, Vice President 35 Jr, Red Cross 2, 35 Monogram Club 4i Football Team 35 J,V. Basketball Team 25 Track eam ,4. JIMMY ALVIN MURRAY He liked to like people, therefore people liked him. Homeroom Ofhcer, Vice President 45 German Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 25 J.V. Football Team 25 J.V. Basketball Team 25 Baseball Team 3, 4, LORA LYNNE MURRAY I do not fear tomorrow, for I remember yesterday and I love today. Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 35 Hi-Times Alternate 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 25 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 35 F.H.A. 2. ROBERT ELLIS MURRAY Good sportsmanship is a gift to be valued. Student Council Alternate 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Foot- ball Team 3, 45 Basketball Team 35 Baseball Team 35 St. Albans High School, St. Albans, W. Virginia 25 Key Club 25 J.V. Football Team 25 J.V. Basketball Team 2. MARGARET CARSON MUSTARD Beauty hath so many charms one knows not how to speak against tt. ' Student 'Council' Alternate 23 Projects Committee 3g French Club, Vice President 25 Spanish Club, Secretary 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4g F.T.A. 33 Malorette 2, 3, 4, Head 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, JOSEPH WALTER NEAL, III A little work, a little play, To keep us going all the day. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 4, French Club 3, 4: Jr, Red Cross 3g Swimming Team 3. Woodberry FONTS! S.Ch00l, Woodberry Forest, Virginia 25 J.V. Football 21, Varsity- Wrestling 25 Varsity Track 23 French Club, Vice' President 2g Science Club 23 Monogram Club 2: Public Speaking 25 Staff of School Paper, Oracle 25 Staff of School Annual, Talon 2. JAMES ORR NEWHOUSE Without music and musicians such as he, life would be a mistake. Civil Defense Committee 45 German Club 2, 33 Science Club43, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 49 Sym- phonic Band 3, 4, Varsity Band 2, Orchestra 3, 43 Audio- Visual Club 2, Swimming Team 3, 4, Track Team 2, 4. EMILY WINSLOW NEWKIRK Pleasure she seeks, and finds it in the little things of life. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Alternate 25 Duplicating Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 45 Hi-Times Staff 2g Ltrrreac Stal? 2. EDWARD BLANCHARD NEWTON, JR. Nothing is more rare than real goodness. Chorus 23 Vocational Industrial Club 3, 4. JIMMY BRYAN NEWTON A most unique young man! NANCY MARIE NEWTON A good disposition is such a treasure to be guarded throughout life. SARA JEAN NEWTON 0 Lord, who lends me life, lend me a lzeart replete with thanklulness. Spanish Club 2, 33 Broughton Devotional 2, 3, Vice Presi- dent 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, President 43 Chorus 2, 4. HANNAH GILLIAM NICHOLSON Her charm and personality explain her popularity. Student Council Representative 2, 3, 43 Hospitality Com- mittee 2g School Store Committee 33 Student Co-operative Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 National Honor Society 43 Marshal 2, 3, 4, Student Advisor 3, 4, Service Club 4. BARBARA JEAN NICKALSON Her voice was soft and low, an excellent thing in a woman. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 Broughton Devotional 25 F.B.L.A. 2, Chorus 2, 3. MARGARET CLAIRE NICKELS The best and noblest lives are those set toward high ideals. Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer, Sec- retary 2, 3: Standards Committee 25 French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Treasurer 23 Y-Teens 3, 4. JOHN PAUL NIPPER There is a time of speaking and a time of being still. Chorus 23 Vocational Industrial Club, President 4. JEAN NOGGLE That knowledge is best, which is put to good use. enior 'R' P few. i" Lb, 1. We , x J. 1 :Ui ,. tv 1 'S i ii.. . gm- Qfggp. qp...-- A.. E 4-vw' W- 1 I S Mx . ,. J , if , , vga ,,1 'N ' V'y'f'12'.x A 'rm mmf' f 'X , F5 1 W 6, X Yi, 'SA V 'Wee 5-Ther School Store 43 French Club P. K. Yonge Lab. School, O' A I Gainesville, Fla. 2, 3, Council Otiicer 2, 3, Chaplain 35 ' - in .4 'f Y Student Council Representative 2, 33 Homeroom Otiicer, ,,',.- I ,TLP f Secretary 2: French Club Z, 3, Treasurer 33 Keyette Club T ' V 'ft -5, 7 ', ,ia Z, 3, Treasurer 3, National Honor Society 3, Mayorette 2, 'V A ' V , ,' 33 Marching Band 2, 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3. , wt' V 4, my 51 tg . 137 gg MARY ESTHER NORRIS GW, '91 . ,Y An extremely reserved girl, yet there is no nicer one. 6. ' qv Q, . Olhce Assistant 43 F.B.L.A. 4. gt ',- - 5' XV, ,N V I .. ws., " 'S N.. S., HARRIS JOHNSON OGBURN 'Y- lt is when you give ol yourself without asking for reward, .' K that you truly give. Om P 'd C 'l Alt nate 4, Homeroom cer, rest ent gfuijlige Pgelsilrient 3frCafeteria Committee 4g French Club 2, Hi-Y 2. 45 Chorus 3, 43 Track Team 2, College Day Guide 3, Student Advisor 45 Service Club 4. il ff. I . cn., Zi, f f f J 41 567' ' K 1 f f f fa , 4 j ,V its M f f P X Senior 'nm 1 9 Nan"-ui. f of ' '. ff W f f ,, W 1 ft 4 f 'KA , f J I 1 I f f 7 , J' 3 22 mv, ,,,,,,,, ...rf View no ,, .f 5 or HF' 317. V, .Ilia X f" i f 5' f if ,4 it AWE ref--am., .4 5 ,, he .4 ' fi X I 9-0. -naw vhs' ees. Ana MARGARET RAY OGLESBY The best thing is the pleasure of pleasing. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Otiice Assistant 33 Chorus 25 G.A.A. 2. PHILLIP JON ES OLMSTEAD He that is thy friend indeed He will help thee- in thy need. WALLACE B. O'NEAL He is good natured ever and has a good word for ull. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Audio-Visual 2, 3, 45 Civil Defense Committee 2, 3, 4. PETER SMITH PAGE Na sooner said than done. So acts your man of worth. French Club 2. JAMES LARKIN PAHL Sincerity is, of the qualities of man, one of the greatest: yet possessed by few. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 School Store Com- mittee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y- 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4. GEORGE HARRISON PANTON So much is a man worth as he esteems himself. French Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 National Forensic League 45 Social Studies Club 3, 4. MARY CATHERINE POPE A iolly personality, unselfish, is the greatest gift of all. JOHNNIE COOPER PARKER, JR. Brevity is the soul of wit. French Club 2, 35 Boy's Chorus 2. KATHERINE BREWSTER PARKER A smile is the same in every language. French Club 3, 45 Broughton Devotional Club 45 North Hagerstown High School, Hagerstown, Maryland 2, 35 Honor Club 2, 35 Sports Service Club 2, 35 Yearbook Representative 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Student Review 25,Graymilken Stal? 25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3. CHARLES HERMAN PARRISI-I As the flight of a bird in the air is the flight of a joke. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 House and Grounds Committee 25 Spanish Club 2, 3. GENEVA LORRAINE PARRISH 'Tis what's within that counts. KENNETH EUGENE PARRISH Never let your lessons interfere with your education. House and Grounds Committee 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Vice President 4. FLETCHER JOYNER PATE Friendly, always cheerful, blessed with common sense. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 35 Maintenance Com- mittee 45 German Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 25 Football 3. JOHN BURROUGHS PEABODY Be not too early in the fashion, nor too long out of ii: nor at any time in the extremes of it. Homeroom Otiicer, Vice President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Elections Committee 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Track Team 25 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 35 Student Advisor 3. DOUGLAS HOWARD PEACOCK Difficulties are things that show what men are. French Club 35 Baseball Team 3. DOUGLASS ALLEN PEARCE A just fortune awaits the deserving. Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2. MARTHA JEAN PECHT Chatter, chatter, all the while but everybody loves it. French Club 2, 3, 45 J . R ti C 3 4, F.T.A. - 12.1-1. 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4. r e ross , 4' A' MICHAEL STRALEY PEDNEAU 111 life we may find many men that are great, and some that are good, but very few that are great and good. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, President 2, 45 Elections Committee 3, 45 German Club 2, 35 Ht-Y 25 Key Club, Secretary 45 Marshal 45 Chorus, President 45 Monogram Club 3, 4, President 45 J.V. Foot- ball Team 25 Football Team 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 J.V. Basketball Team-25 Basketball Team 35 Track Team 2, 35 Eggs? Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25 Student Ad- RHONDA LYNN PENDLETON It's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice. SP2lIllSh Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 Little Theatre 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Cast of Play, An Act al Mercy- 3, Anastasia 45 Poster Committee 35 Homeroom Oiiicer, Red Cross Representative 4. JAMES FOY PENNINGER When skies were gray, he laughed and brought back the sun. Poster Committee 4. JEAN SIMMONS PERRY Music, when voices die, vibrates in the memory. Student Council Alternate 35 French Club 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 25 Little Theatre 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 Ensemble 3, 4, Secretary 45 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 35 Career Day Guide 2. JOHN WILLIAM PHILLIPS Ile who has once been happy is forever out of destruction's reach. Homeroom Oflicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Cafeteria Com- mittee 25 Civil Defense Committee 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Career Day Guide 35 Hi-Times Staff 2, 45 LATIPAC Stat! 2, 4. LYNDA EVELYN PHILLIPS Her heart and her hair were both of gold. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Spanish Club 25 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 3: F.B.L.A. 45 F.T.A. 4. DONALD FRANCIS PIKUS In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to loveg however the season is no factor in Donnie's case. Homeroom Oiiicer, Treasurer 2, 3, President 45 Elections Committee 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Queen of Hearts Escort 3. WILLIAM EDWARD PITCHFORD What would mere genius in lite be, without a little energy and activity to counteract it? JO ANN PLEASANT Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness . . . a fitting combi- nation. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Hi-Times Representative 35 Alternate Hi-Times Representative 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Chorus 2. ROY PLYMALE I joked about every man in my time, but I never met a man I did not like. Homeroom Oflicer, President 3, Vice President 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Little Theatre 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH POLING The style is the man himself. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, 3, 4. BONNIE JEAN POCLE There is but one virtue-the eternal sacrifffe of sell- C 'l R e tative 25 Homeroom Oflicer Sec- igellalsfng' Detgeprlssegommittee 45 Publicity Comrnittee 2' Intramural Sports Committee 25 Latin Club 25 Jr. Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 25 F.B,L.A. 25 Social Studies Club 25 Jr. High School Orientation 3. DONALD C. POOLE 11's not that I love work less, but that I love lun more. Audio-Visual 2, 41 Tfafk Team 2, 3, 4- enior , .-1 5-isa., ' 47 ser 4""' 5. 4' uma 'X ,pm I ss up Lk. 0 Vt X 11" 1271 ., v 'ver t ' , I 5, -, Anti, -E".J 4-., -- at i M In X ' 1 Nun- ul I '-', 'QW se P' ,'m'y'?i"':a fy ,X t 1 f , ff, I ky X510-f ,L 45-ff i at-we ff 6 '63 Q? Si, A40 4f',, if 5 -. es: 'uv' C' ' I I - f ' Aff, 5 . f V vm a enior N49 . , , ,f .gaiaf 54" FV ,, W"""" 2 PATRICK LEE POPE The seeds of knowledge may be planted in solitude, but must be cultivated in public. Homeroom Othcer, Hi-Times Representative 35 Latin Club 2, 35 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. JO ANNE PORTER We can do more good by being a good example lor others than any other thing. Student Council Representative 25 French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 25 Broughton Devotional Club 2, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra 3, 45 Student Advisor 45 All-State Orchestra 3. LEWIS QUENTIN PORTERFIELD All together, a jolly good fellow! German Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN RUSSELL POWELL, JR. A pleasant companiong a true gentleman and friend. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Student Council Representative 35 Student Cooperative Committee 2, 3, 45 Hi-Times Staff 25 German Club 2, 3. FRANK POYDRAS POWERS, JR. A friend such as he is well worth having. Homeroom Oflicer, Student Council Representative 25 Stu- dent Council Alternate 35 Golf Team 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. BRIAN PATRIC PRICE His gaity bespeaks his love of fun. Jr. Red Cross 2, 35 Social Studies Club 25 School Bus Driver 3. WILLIAM CURTIS PRICE If I should lose, let me stand by the road and cheer as the winners go by. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Othcer, President 25 Elections Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 J.V. Foot- ball 25 Football Team 3, 45 Track Team 2, 3. WINNIFRED ANN PRIDGEN She was one of those rarely gifted beings. Homeroom Otiicer, Secretary 45 Duplicating Committee 45 Spanish' Club 25 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Library Club 3, 45 F.B.L.A., Parliamentarian 45 F.H.A. 25 Chorus 25 Girls' State 3. MARGARET CLAIRE PROCTOR Pure as a lily, fair as a rose, smiling always through life she goes. ' ANDREW MITCHELL PROVO Our business is not to see what lies in the distance, but to do what clearly lies at hand. School Store Committee 2, 3, Chairman 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 45 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Service Club 4. BARBARA KATHERINE PURCELL The heart has eyes that the brain knows nothing of. Traiiic Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Health Careers Club 45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. ROBERT ALLAN PURSER Age cannot wither him, nor custom stale his infinite variety. BARBARA ANN QUESSENBERRY Actions, looks, words, steps, form the alphabet by which you may spell character. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, 35 Student Council Representative 45 School Store Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Little Theatre 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Hi- Times Staii 35 LATIPAC Staff 35 Student Advisor 4. DIANE ELAINE RADFORD She is not made merely to the admiration of all, but to the happiness of one. SALLIE ELIZABETH RAGSDALE She bubbles over with the joy ol being alive. Homeroom Ofticer, Red Cross representative 25 Hi-Times Representative 3, Treasurer 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Student Advisor 4. LINDA KATHERINE RAND Another girl was never found so dear and sweet as she. Student Council Alternate 3, 43 Homeroom Officer, Treas- urer 2: Sports Committee 43 French Cluti2, 3, 4, Treasurer idggglleggz Day Guide 23 Jr. High Orientation 23 Student MARTHA LELAND RANDALL As nice as she is pretty! Homeroom Ofhcer, Treasurer 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 23 Little Theatre 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 31 Chorus 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 LATIPAC Stall 4. WILLIAM HARLOW RANKIN, JR. Better than a generous heart is an able and understanding listener. German Club 2, 33 Science Club 23 National Forensic League 33 Chess Club 43 Swimming Team 2. PHYLLIS ROSE RAY There is as much greatness of mind in acknowledging a good turn as in doing it. Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 4. ARTHUR G. RAYMOND Perfection consists not in doing extraordinary things, but in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well. Homeroom -Oliicer, Vice President 2, President 33 Hi-Times Representative 43 College Day Guide 33 German Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Key Club, Treasurer 4. LOUIS EARL RAYNOR Doing as you would be done by is the surest method of pleasing. Library Committee 23 Traffic Committee 23 German Club 2, 3, 43 Office Assistant 3, 43 Social Studies Club 2, 3. PATRICIA ANNE REA Like the bee, we should make our industry our amusement. Little Theater 43 F.T.A. 2, 33 F.H.A. 43 Chorus 2. EDNA EARL REEVES There is nothing nicer than knowing such a nice person! DOROTHY ANN REEL Always a gentleness to her nature. G.A.A. 23 F.B.L.A. 3. DIANNE MARIE REGAVICH Good nature carries us a long way down the road to suc- cess. Leilehua High School, Wahiawa, Hawaii 2, 33 Pep Club 33 Y-Teens 33 F.B.L.A. 4. DAVID ROBERT REVELEY, JR. Confidence is the companion of success. Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant- at-Arms 23 French Club 2: German Club 3, 43 Monogram Club 43 J.V. Football Team 2: Football Team 43 Baseball Team 3, 43 Career Day Guide 2. ALICE VIRGINIA REYNOLDS It is a friendly heart that has so many friends. Om , H'-T' Representative 2, Secretary 2oFnrZrr?dI1mClub c2ir3, 4,3 Yirflgevens 3, 41 F-T-A' 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Orchestra 2. CHARLES DONALD REYNOLDS Each man has his own mind, and that is as it should be. Audio-Visual Committee 43 French Club 2, 3. LOUISE LEE REYNOLDS The mildest manners and the gentlesl heart. Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Ofhcer, Sec- retary 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 43 F,T.A, 3, 43 Chorus 4: Orchestra 23 Health Careers Club 4. RAMONA LYNN REYNOLDS She who scatters enjoyment must surely 0f1f0.t' mufh he" self. Y4Teens 23 F.B.L.A. 43 OFCY-CSUH 2, 3, 4- Seniors 34, ., If ' xi . it i bl X L Wu.. ,Q . 3, w. W i it -J tg, . - .A Q " Q2l'v',f'az.s4,A XV :'v 5. .,.3t1S.,L,-efzk wqwsrnrf -. Q , f - nfl "if: " 'fJ.Lf 4-fn x 'iiftfkf W FUV ' " -' We 1 -o I Ii-.2 T35 """' r 99 ,leg 'fl 'K 3 .NSN x 3 'f . il' 3. .,N ,,., ,SL I 'I' .. i f girly, ,X 'V f y ., -V J " 7 3 W " f - lf' Jw .2 .ps .lj f . l, g it I W' I 1 Li' 'I 'N fre- ." "3 'Te fi: S ig, ,pf JLQ. .rf:-- fav- yf aa' lst' Ku ids. wmv 'H' - 5' .1 L f. E f enior vt'-1, t A.,, , 1 . if ,V md! is, V ' ir, hiv' M, 1-A . ' .,.A...,1 X ,f Va , qqAW VA , 5 LACY HUBERT RICH, JR. Love life and live it daily. Homeroom Oflicer, United Fund Representative 25 Stage Crew Committee 45 Spanish Club 25 Little Theatre 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Golden Masquers 3, 45 F.B.L,A- 45 Cast of Play, Loud Red Patrick 2, Kiss Me Kate 3. CECELIA ANN RICHARDSON Depend not on fortune, but on conduct. Y-Teens 35 F.B.L.A. 3. BARBARA LYNN RICHIE Gladness of the heart is the life of a woman and the foy- fulness of a woman prolongeth her days. KATHERINE ANN RITCHIE Too much care cannot be taken in forming our principles. TIM RIDER Life is a picture, so paint it well. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, President 25 Audio-Visual 3: SPOFYS Committee 2, 3, 42 French Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3. 45 Monogram Club 4: Audio-Visual Club 35 Football Team 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team 2, 3, 45 Baseball Team 45 Track Team 2, 35 Career Day Guide 2. ROBERT STERLING RIDOUT Begone dull care: thee and I shall never get along. Spanish Club 3, 4. MARTHA MARIE RIGNEY I would be always giving, and forget the gift. Library Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 25 Majorette 45 Marching Band 4. STEPHEN JOHN RINGROSE lt is a hard task to seek to please everyone. Cardinal Gibbons High School 25 Sergeant-at-Arms of the Toastmasters Club 25 Latin Club 25 Social Studies Club 25 J.V. Basketball Team 2. GARY J. ROACH He who is content can never be ruined. JERRY LEONARD ROBB Always doing good things quietly. French Club 35 Marching Band 3, 45 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Circus Band 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Swimming Team 35 High Point Central High School 25 Marching Band 25 Symphonic Band 25 Swimming Team 2. LINDA ONETA ROBBINS You'll know her by the merriment in her eye! Spanish Club 25 Y-Teens 45 F.B.L.A. 3. WILLIAM REYNOLDS ROBERTS His future is aglow with possibilities. Cafeteria Committee 25 French Club 2, 35 Ensemble 4. FREDRICK HARRY ROBINSON Never did any soul do good, but it came readier to do the same again, with more enjoyment. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25 French Club 2, 3, 4. LYNN ARLENE ROBINSON From a little spark may burst a mighty flame. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 3, 45 Ohice Assistant 41 F.H.A. 3, 4. ALLISON ROSE Her eyes as stars of twilight fair, like twilight, too, her dusty hair. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 3, Treasurer 45 School Store Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Secretary 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 .Y-Teens 3, 45 Y-Teen Inter- club Council, President 45 Maiorette 4g Marching Band 45 Winged Wards' 3, 45 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25 Jr. High School Orientation 3. Senior WINNIFRED LOUISE ROSENTHAL A merry heart doeth good like sunshine. f- French Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 German Club 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 4, Little Theatre 33 F.T.A. 3, 4, Historian 43 , V' " Winged Words, Secretary 3, 43 Career Day Guide 2. K Nl Y A vb it nb WILLIAM GOLEY ROSS, JR. 2 Sincerity, a deep, genuine heart-felt sincerity, is a trait of true and noble manhood. X- Student Council Representative 2, 33 Homeroom Ofhcer, President 43 Student Co-operative Committee 23 Traflic Committee 43 German Club 2. 3, 43 I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 43 Mono- gram Club 3, 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Stu- d:entlAdZisor 33 School Store 33 National Merit Semi- mais . f HOWARD MAYER ROTHSTEIN I am as I am and so I will be. Spanish Club 3, 43 Swimming Team 3, 43 Asheville School For Boys, Asheville, North Carolina 23 J.V. Football Team 23.Navigation Club 23 Radio Club 23 A.V. Crew 23 Swim- ming Team 23 Cast of Plays, Man in the Dog Suit 2, Our -M ,,f,,sf.ss,, ,- Town 2, Ashnocrz Staff 23 Spanish Club 23 National Forensic ,.,, ' ,, " ' 1- 3' League 2. 'W s If VX I, 3, s f 4 CARRIE WILLIAMS ROUSE V Q " i It was her thinking of others that made you think of her. Homeroom Oflicer, Secretary 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Qi' WT" , ' Secretary 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Sym- '53 phonic Band 2, 3, 4. Q' ' X ROBERT FRANCIS RUFFNER, JR. I've taken my fun where I've found it. Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 3. JUDITH CLAIRE RYBKA True to her work, her word, her friends. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, Secretary 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 3, 4. JAMES ROBERT SANFORD Good breeding is the preference of others to ourselves in the daily occurrences of life. Homeroom Oflicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice President 43 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Basketball Team 43 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Track Team 2, 3, 4. ,H l Q V- -wx. 4 MARK WARREN SCHAFER Genius is the power of lighting one's own fire. X Class Council 33 Homeroom Otiicer, Vice President 2, President 33 Publicity Committee 23 Lost and Found Com- mittee 33 Student Co-operative 4, Chairman 43 German Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Winged Words 43 Tennis Team, Manager 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society Conven- tion 33 Career Day Guide 23 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 3, 43 Service Club 4. .251-111 RALPH IRVIN SCHILLER Nature made him what he is, and never made another. Spanish Club 2, 33 Football Team 23 Track Team 2, 33 Student Co-operative 4. JOHN CHARLES SCHOFIELD Every man's life lies in the presentp for the past is spentf and the future is uncertain. Homeroom Oflicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33.Civil Defense Committee 23 Elections Committee 43 Sparush Club 2, 43 Audio-Visual Club 33 Hi-Times Staff 2, 33 LATIPAC Stali 2. ks, Q' 3 CHARLES SAMUEL SCHUBART, JR. N5-:eff An earnest worker whose reward should be only the best. Homeroom Oliicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Durham High School 23 I-Ii-Y 2. JENNIE LYNN SCHUYLER Good nature and good manners are the very air of a good mind. Homeroom Otlicer, Secretary 23 Hi-Times Representative 43 French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.T.A. 4. PATRICIA KATHRYN scorr , dj? . The higher the character, the less pretense, for there is ," t I " ' less to pretend to. f , , X h French Club 43 omse Assistant 43 F.T.A. 43 F.H.A. 43 I, A Health Careers Club 43 Murrah High-School, Jackson, - is , Mississippi 23 Library Club 23 Laman High School, Hous- , ,, af ,,., 9 Hg ton, Texas 33 Jr. Red Cross 33 Stage Design, Play Cherokee 4 . 'T M ' 3' . , 5 6 MARGARET STEWART SCOVIL L' Sweet and quiet with rare qualities possessed. ix 1'-"" ' ga- Homeroom Officer, United Fund Representative 21 FYCHCI1 X ""' ' Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice President -3, Treasurer 43 ' Y-Teen Interclub Council 3, 4: Oflice Assistant 3. . DONALD COY SEAGROVES Y, His own life reflects the truth he proclaims. A Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. Senior ,um 6 fave- wing- gl .fee 4 away if , no A ,- 4-n "5 1 4 I - 73 V, A, f We JVPWM 4549 ,l MARSHALL DAVIS SEALEY Sense shines doubly bright when set in humility. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 25 Varsity Band 2. JOSEPH WELCH SEEGERS You'Il find me always rough, yet ready, sir! Homeroom Oflicer, Treasurer 2, President 35 Intramural Sports Committee Chairman 45 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Varsity Band 25 Marching Band 2, 35 Orchestra 45 All- State Orchestra Alternate 45 All-State Band 45 National Honor Society 45 Service Club 45 Junior High Orientation 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Key Club 45 Tennis Team 3, 4. RODGER LEE SELLERS Principles like troops of the line, are undisturbed and stand fast. French Club 4. VIRGINIA FAYE SENTER Never was she seen not acting mannerly. French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 35 F.T.A. 35 Social Studies Club 3, 45 Homeroom Oflicer, Alternate Hi-Times Representative 4. LINDA LOUISE SESSOMS Kindness rather than beauteous looks is the greatest pos- session of a human being. Office Assistant 45 F.B.L.A. 4, Vice President 45 Millbrook High School 2, 3. JOSEPHINE SCOTT SHANNON The windows of my soul I throw wide open to the sun. Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Hi-Times Alternate 35 French Club 2, 3. JAMES CALVIN SHAVER Duty is carrying on promptly and faithfully the a17airs now before you. GEORGE FREDRICK SHAW, JR. I take life each day and enioy it as it is. Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Alter- nate 35 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 4, Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 25 Jr. Red Cross 25 Science Club 25 Football Team 35 J.V. Football Team 25 Track eam . GARRY CURTIS SHELL All other knowledge is hurtful to him who has not the science of honesty and good nature. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Bus Driver 4. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH SHINN Many things go out of style, but never a feminine young woman. Homeroom Otiicer, Secretary 4, Hi-Times Representative 2, 35 French Club Z, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 3. DONNA JEAN SHORES It is no matte! what you do if only your heart be true. Duplicating Committee 45 G.A.A. 25 Jr. Red Cross 25 Modined Curriculum 2. PEGGY JOYCE SI-IUFF We never tire of meeting genuinely nice people. JAMES LAWRENCE SHUGART Good humor is one of the best articles of dress one can wear in society. Student Council Representative 25 Homeroom Oiiicer, President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 German Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Football Team 2, 3. ANN SIKES She bears in mind what has been done for her by God. Spanish Club 3. 4: Broughton Devotional Club 3, 4, Secre- tary 3, Vice President 45 F.H.A. 2, 45 G.A.A. 2. HARRY BENNETT SIMMONS Responsibility is only entrusted to those who can handle it sufficiently, Audio-Visual Club 35 Bus Driver 3, 4. HENRY HARRISON SINK Oh give us the man who sings at his work. Homernoom Ofhcer, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 House and Grounds Committee 45 German Club 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 3, 45 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 3. JANE REID SLOOP If a kindness I may show, if a good deed I may do, let me do it while I can, I shall not pass this way again. Student Council Alternate 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 Little Theater 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ANDREA RENEE SMITH We may scatter the seeds of laughter and kindness about us at little expense. French Club 2, President 3, 45 Ohice Assistant 3. ANNE ELIZABETH SMITH Nothing is really work, unless you would rather be doing something else. Horneroom Omcer, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 French Club, President 35 German Club, Secretary 45 Little Theater 25 gf-Teens 2, 3, 45 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide CHESTER LAMONT SMITH Some think the world was made for fun and frolic, and so do I! Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant- at-Arms 45 Sports Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Red Cross 35 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Circus Band 25 Orchestra 45 Hi-Times Staff 35 Student Advisor 3. CYNTHIA GWYNNE SMITH Personality buds into success. French Club 2, 35 Jr, Red Cross 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 45 Chorus 3. DOUGLAS LLOYD SMITH He always wanted to do nice things for everyone. French Club 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 35 Varsity Band 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Football Team, Manager 3, 4. ELAINE TRAVERS SMITH The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well, without a thought of fame. Student Council Alternate 35 I-Iomeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 2, Hi-Times Representative 45 Hospitality Committee 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Red Cross 25 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45 Litrreac Staff 3, 4, Senior Editor 45 College Day Guide 35 Student Advisor 4. RICHARD PEARSON SMITH Certainly nothing is unnatural that is not physically im- possible. Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Basketball Team 2, 3, 4. . RODNEY VICTOR SMITH The lad was ever a rover, loving and laughing and free. Spanish Club 2, 35 Science Club 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Varsity Band 25 Circus Band 35 Orchestra 45 All-State Band 3, 45 All-State Orchestra 4. WILLIAM CHESLEY SMITH Here is a true and good-natured young man. German Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25 Bus Driver 3, 4. WILLIAM SCOTT SMITH His heart was as great as the world. Audio-Visual Committee 35 Stage Crew 2, 35 Little Theater 2. 35 Audio-Visual Club 3. WILLIAM NATHAN HARRELL SMITH If cheerlulness is a measure of success, he's a millionaire. MICHAEL TESH SOUTHERN High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out great minds. Latin Club 25 Hi-Times Staff 25 Co-Chairrnan Sophomore Class Dance 25 Marshal 25 Student Council Representative 2' Class Council, Vice President 35 Poster Committee 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 25 German Club 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3. 45 Student Council, Presi- dent 45 Boys' State 45 Jr. Civic Council Representative 45 Jr. High School Orientation 4. WARREN DOUGLAS SOVEREIGN He knows all about happiness. 1' T 35 P nsacola High School, Pensacola, gig:-biting, Lemcal Grgup 2, 3: Chorus 2, 35 Bible Study Club 2, 3. I., . W Q., ,el if , he ii, W ' WS 'N 'f f in 'T' i ' v 'K I 5' 4 if l 5 ,552 a 5 mil" ffm. ' , , 133,11 . 0' My I M X, ll 3 .2 to f , , fl fait . 'WWA' 2, f f 5' V X of 3 2 1 if , X' M f if 'fo f 2 , Q 4 4. X X f X Wwe Senior 1- f4 ',l',w.: I . I l 2, Wm, rf- Q F15 4, , ', Z f f 3. 'X ifgr if tk W EQ Z a t :MW 3 .3 '- ' - ". A t 'tQ4t.f, ' 'f'-, 'Z if , - " R, X L ., W P-3' f , I ,Q V r Z- 3, , ,MD , , ' ,4 1 g f ' , -" .Q , uf V S, 4 ,,, Q ix. s Hwy 'Y " Q- t, , .,-.,x ,t .Lt , f 4 J ey f i J 'X ic' -' ' 'J r" ff N if . ft , , ... S fi 7' fa Q ' 1 ' at X if 524 at, QM , d 'Lv' Y -' I ! f K ' xi, s .. ' ly'-in A W ' 1 v .1:T'7w:.n: J' V HL ' 4 f . 5' A i A , 'Fw' 3 ,. ...QM f A DONNA LYNN SOYARS Her voice was ever sweet and low, speaking only of the best. Student Council Alternate Z3 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, Secretary 43 French Club 43 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, Program Chairman 43 Y-Teen Interclub Council 4, CAROLYN FAYE SPEIGHT Modesty is the true beauty of a woman. French Club 33 F.B.L.A. 4. JAMES GERALD SPENCER Each mind hath its method! SHERYL LEA SPIKES A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Health Careers Club 4 LINDA LANE SPIVEY She has that rare quality of finding something good in everyone she knows. Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 23 French Club 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice President 3. SUSAN PERRY SPRUNT She who thinks for herself, and never imitates, is a lree person. Student Council Representative 23 National Forensic League 23 Student Council Alternate 33 Junior Red Cross 33 Poster Committee 43 Little Theatre 43 German Club 43 Winged Wordiv 4, French Club 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Officer, Treas- urer . SHEILA LYNN SQUIRES Your voice has sincerity's ring. F.B.L.A, 43 New Hanover High, Wilmington, N. C. 2, 33 Homeroom Chairman 33 Latin Club 2, 33 Girl's Chorus 23 Future Health and Careers Club 2, 3. HELEN ELIZABETH STALLINGS Good things, when "short," are twice as good. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 33 Otice Assistant 33 F.T.A. 4. MARSHALL ALEXANDER STATON A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. Spanish Club 2, 33 Health Careers Club 43 Track Team Z. EVILLA ELIZABETH STEED Wlien we have not what we like, we should like what we EVE. French Club 3, 4. SEREDA SUSAN STEED People asked for criticism, you always gave praise. G.A.A. 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Broughton Devotional Club 43 F.H.A. 23 Chorus 2. ANNE ELIZABETH STEPHENSON An honest woman is the noblest act of God. Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 43 Spanish Club 2, 3. ANITA GAIL STEPHENSON Seek honor first, and pleasure is behind. Chorus 2, 3, 43 Broughton Devotional Club 2, 3. BARBARA JOE STEPHENSON I find the world not gray but rosy. Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Olicer Secretar v Y 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4. ROBERT LEE STEWART A light heart with a song lives long. Spanish Club 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 33 Ensemble 3, 43 Chorus 23 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 3, MARY WASHINGTON STEWART If music be the food of love, sing on. Ensemble 43 Chorus 3. JOHN TAYLOR STILL Always consider that learning is of great value to society. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 23 Cafeteria Committee 33 Student Co-operative ggmmgtee 23 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Track am . MARTY JOEL STILLPASS It is not that I like work less, but that I love fun more. CI-IARLEY WALKER STOKES A good worker is always in demand. SELBY EDWARD STOKES There's mischief in his eyes! DUKE LLEWELLYN STONE The atom has never been split, merely dented-wait for me, Science. Poster Committee 2, 3, 43 French Club 23 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Laboratory Assistant 33 Health Careers Club 4, JEANNE LAROQUE STOTT Live truly and thy life shall be a great and noble creed. Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, President 33 Social Stand- ards Committee Chairman 43 Maintenance Committee 23 School Store Committee 33 French Club 3, 4, Secretary 33 Latin Club 23 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 23 Oiiice Assistant 43 College Day Guide 33 Career Day Guide 2, ,gn II.-Iigh School Orientation 33 Student Advisor 43 Service lu 4. JOHN BRUCE STRAUGHAN Something there is that doesn't love a wall. Homeroom Oflicer, Red Cross Representative 43 French Club 2, 43 Laboratory Assistant 2, 33 College Day Com- mittee 23 Hi-Times, Sports Editor 3, 43 LATIPAC, Sports Editor 3, 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 33 'lgraclr Team, Manager 2, 3, 43 National Merit Semi- ina ist 4. GERALD WAYNE STRICKLAND I am a man, and whatever concerns humanity is of interest to me. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Audio-Visual Corn- rnittee 23 Jr. Red Cross 23 Publications Representative 2, 33 Track Team 2, LENA LEE STRICKLAND Insist on yourself: never imitate. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3. ANNA LOUISE STROTHER To lend a hand to those who need my aid. F.B.L.A. 2. SUSAN MATHILDA STRUPLER A woman's beauty is in her smile. d C 'l R t ti e 23 Student Council Alter- Egiewt Frgr:l1ClClulslg,e?in4? Ji: Red Cross 23 Little Theater 23 F.H.A. 33 Y-Teens 2. BONNIE SHERRON STUCKEY The heavens such beauty did lend her, that she might admired be. CHARLES STUCKEY in adds a nail no doubt, and every grin so merry draws it out. Spanish Club 23 Audio-Visual Club 2. Worry to a :off FRANCES SUE SUMNER A quiet life, is more valuable, quite often than a crowd. enior My 9 -t 4, '- f' NN I e-i'f-ft 4?-N ll. . 'OW 'X 4 ,3 5 Z. 1 ji -M, .4 ,m, '1 in ,-is A , 1. rv ,Lv X Q?-f-1 ,...... W vmwa, ,, W' 'iw , Z, t V X I , g tha ' fn-ev , 5, ,Milf-s. ,, I ' , fw f r, ,,v.., VW' 1 W 09' W az., 2 V- ,IK K 5 5 . V 2 - ,ab- Senior .,-,ww ff . ""V'x Q.: ,,,, lf lW"'Mff ef., f Q' .H 'f'Yf-7. " ik- 2 .W A H me Q, L, 'f V, ' vii 3' It et ' file W Qi K ' w + 9 i Z v Z, f A r -iff ., ' 2 5 f ge, ya... X l,',V "F , I 4, f i f - .V ,gi .x f f' 1. f ' . . .4 if , rl DONALD EDWARD SUTHERLAND A little mischief now and then is a good thing. Audio-Visual 2, 45 Audio-Visual Club 2, 45 Track Team 2. NANCY LEIGH SUTHERLAND We attract hearts by the qualities we display: we retain them by the qualities we possess. Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Oliicer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 45 Assembly Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Library Club 25 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 25 Service Club 4, WILLIAM CHARLES SUTTLES He holds the key to success firmly in his grasp. Latin Club President 25 Track Team 25 Homeroom Sergeant- at-Arms 35 Student Council Representative 45 French Club Vice President 3, President 45 Hi-Y 4. RALPH CLAY SWANN Always be ready to speak your mind! EDWARD CARLYLE SYKES, III The grace of friendship-mind and heart. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 25-French Club 25 Audio-Visual Club 25 Jr. Science Symposium 3. ROBERT JAMES TALLAKSEN What is man if he is not a mystery. Marching Band 3, 45 Symphonic Band 3, 45 Fairview High School, Cleveland, Ohio 25 Varsity Track Team 25 Spanish Club 25 Biology Club 25 Stagecrafters Z5 Marching Band 25 Concert Band 25 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. JAMES ROBERT TATE Laughter is a most healthful exertion. JAMES ERNEST TAYLOR Behavior is a mirror in which everyone shows his image. French Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY EMILY TAYLOR Anyone can be good, but it is the privilege of a few to be sweet. Student Council Alternate 45 Homeroom Ofhcer, Secretary 2, President 35 Hospitality Committee 35 French Club Treasurer 25 German Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 35 Health Careers Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Broughton Devotional 25 F.T.A. 45 Ensemble 45 Chorus 35 Social Studies Club 2, 35 Student Advisor 3, 4. DON BARRY THOMPSON A wise man will make his own opportunities. Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 35 Civil De- fense Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 National Forensic League 45 Social Studies Club 45 College Day Guide 2. BYRON GERALD THOMPSON Our deeds determine us, as much as we determine our deeds. Audio-Visual Committee 3, 45 French Club 35 Service Club 3, 45 Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver 4. WILLIS HENRY THOMPSON To do a little work, and have a little fun. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 35 Hi-Times Represent- ative Z, 45 Intramural Sports Committee 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 Hi-Times StaH 2, 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA DAVENPORT THOMPSON Our opportunities to do good are our talents. French Club 2, 3, 45 English Department Assistant 3. GEORGE TUDOR THORNHILL If you would stand well with a great mind, leave him with a favorable impression of yourself. JOANNE TROWBRIDGE Woman is the rnerriest, the most joyous of all the species of creation. Poster Committee 45 Latin Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Red Cross Representative 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 F.H.A. 25 Health Careers Club 4. '51 s-.Y JN-L31 ' Qfikf 3 lo LJJZNJ-f Kilo ou. Cuofteosoanuo. CHARLES E. TRUELOVE Nothing endures like good personal qualities. DUSTY ANNE TRUSLOW I would be true, lor there are those who trust me. Vocational Industrial Club Secretary 4' Millb k H' h , , roo School, Millbrook, N. C. 23 F.H.A. 23 F.T.A. Treasurerli. EDNA MAE TURNER Seriousness is a stranger to her emotions. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom OH-icer, Treasurer 43 French Club 33 National Honor Society 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Gates County High School, Gatesville, N. C. 23 Class President 2: Homeroom Officer, President 23 Debating Tearn 23 Debating Club, Vice President 23 French Club 23 National Beta Club 21 NANCY JOYCE TURNER Its nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. Spanish Club 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 F.T.A. 43 Chorus 23 Health Careers Club 4. ROBERT CRAVEN TURNER, JR. As a man thinketh in his heart, so he is. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Hi-Times Repre- sentative 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team 2. 3, 4. ROBERT MATTHEWS TYLER The price of greatness is responsibility. French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Jr. Science Symposium 3. KAREN JEAN ULBERG Love to one, friendship to many, and good will to all. Student Council Representative 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theatre 33 Y-Teens 3, 4. SUE KATHERINE UNDERHILL Her worth is warrant for her welcome. Homeroom Otiicer, Hi'Times Representative 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 33 F.B.L.A., Historian 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 33 LATIPAC Staff 3. RODNEY ARNOLD UNDERWOOD Enioy each moment the day does bring. MICHAEL LEE UPCHURCH One thing better than success is to be worthy of it. Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill, N, C. 2, 33 Transpor- tation Club, President 33 Bus Driver 33 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 23 Track Team 3. THOMAS HOWARD UPTON You know I say iust what I think and nothing more or lessg I cannot say one thing and mean another. German Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 33 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. MARTHA HELEN USRY Music in her heart she bore. Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer, Vice President 2, Secretary 33 French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Cast of Play, Orchestra for Kiss Me Kate 3. SHERRY MARIE USSERY Gay is she, and happy to be living life the whole day long. Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Ofhcer, Hi-Times Representative 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 F.B.L.A.3 Orchestra 2. HERBERT A. UTTER The belief that youth is the happiest time of life is true in this case. Homeroom Oflicer, Treasurer 23 Jr. Red Cross Representa' tive 33 Hi-Times Representative 43 French Club 2. MARIE JOHANNA ELIZABETH VANDEBOVENKAMP It is good to always live and learn. E' S d School 2, 33 Stage Crew Committee 502 Plagier Eggiriiiiee 43 French Club 2,33 Jr. Red Cross Chorus 33 Basketball Team 2. 3: Swunmmg Team 35 Baseball Team 2, 33 Track Team 2. 33 United Nation Club 2, 3- Glee Club 2, 3, Vice President 3: VolleyballATeam 2, 3: Captain 33 Table Tennis Team 2, 3, Champion 33 Drama Club 2, 3. A-Q gyryg gt 13 3 -ff N 3- A' ev ww. Ca., " 'kpgm o'D70-'UD' K x.fLQ.U-QQX lOl-D335 Q mor mf-we P3335 sf f if - cue., A 'N X x , I' ' ' W 3 'rx 'QW 5 usa! 4. ,,,, fp ,emit . is . A . f I -5 e 4.3 f L 'Fl' ,, . in 2 5,3155 ' N 7' 3 iff-Tie . 7159 gn...-up f 'J N F. v 6 I Q33 Q X i ' I 33 2... ff , 4 6 . wg' . ,yzfif r lf Wg' 'I' file' f , i W- , H A ff 4 f ' 3 I ' :J it 'Vit a 3 3 , V J, A t :- ltr . V ff.. 5' 3 6. 1' A M ' 5 " I 2 A I - , I' 'F 5 .5 I 'ic'-Q V 4' V If . 3 Q., E1 -A kt' . ,. 'C t K, D in-e"" 4.1 --g -4- X, VK ak' 519 -ang 13- st A is , 3: A , sir 7, xi, -- 4- ...iam Seniors ,adm :wwf Er, .522 wsffw ihk - 7 'vs 'L ,aiu NIL' FEN- 1' an-F" xoflll tk I' 0-H' tp.. .-..,, ,,.-.... 5 iff' JULIA KAY VANN How sweet and fair she seems to be. GREG FRANCIS VERLINDEN His worst he kept-his best he gave. German Club 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 4, JOHN WESLEY WAGNON The type of man that moves steadily forward. French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Science Club 43 Health Careers Club 43 Chess Club 4. DONALD HOMEWOOD WAGONER There are but few that may be called true gentlemen. Student Council Representative 3: Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, 43 Social Standards Committee 33 Elections Committee 43 German Club 2, 33 Monogram Club 43 Foot- ball Team 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 33 Track Team 2, 43 Wrestling Team 4. BARBARA LEONORA WALL As full of spirit as the month of May. Student Council Representative 2: Homeroom Officer. Sec- retary 3, President 43 Hospitality Committee 23 School Store Committee 3g Tramc Committee 43 French Club 2. 3, 4, Secretary 23 Cheerleader 43 LATIPAC Staff Business Manager 43 College Day Guide 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. BETTY JEAN WALL A girl all should know. G.A.A. 23 Y-Teens 2, 33 Girl's Chorus 2. PI-IILLIP D. WALL What a man knows should tina' expression in what he does. CHARLOTTE ANNE WALLIN Personality is the thing that thrives above all else in the world. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 2, Treasurer 3, Secre- tary 43 French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 Jr. Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 2, 43 F.T,A. 2. JOHN RAYMOND WALSER He has a rare gift who has good judgment and a good sense with wit to express it. Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice President 43 Civil Defense Committee 43 House and Grounds Com- mittee 43 French Club 2, 33 Track Team 2. ANN LOUISE WALTERS Good nature is the beauty of the mind. Intramural Sports Committee 43 Jr, Red Cross 43 Library Club 43 Y-Teens 33 F,B.L,A. 43 Health Careers Club 43 Walt Whitman High School, Huntington L. I., N. Y. 23 Fencing Club 23 Varsity Fencing Team 23 Homeroom Ofhcer, President 23 Girls Intramurals Z3 Ski Club 2. DONALD RAY WALTERS Good humor and generosity carries the day. KENNETH WILSON WARD The gentle mind is known by gentle deeds. Intramural Sports 2. WALLACE CLYDE WARD lf a man has a strong faith he can indulge in the luxury of scepticism. Latin Club 43 Fork Union Military Academy 2, 33 Archery Club 23 Chess Club 33 Intramural Basketball 33 Intramural Football 3. JOHN TERRY WARNER No one knew him, but to like him. Intramural Sports Committee 43 French Club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Golf Team 2, 3, 4. JOHN WEBSTER WARREN Life is full of amusement to an amusing man, Homeroom Officer. Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Hi-Times Repre ientative 3, Red Cross Representative 23 French Club 2, 3 .B.L.A. 4. JEAN SHIRLEY WASON An intellect of highest worth, a heart of purest gold. Stage Crew 45 French Club 3, 4, President 3' Latin Club 2' German Club 45 Little Theater 2. 3, 4, Secietary 3, Presi- dem 45 Golden Masquers 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Symphonic Band 25 Orchestra 35 Winged Words 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 45 Cast of Play, The Loud Red Patrick 35 Service Club 4. EARL GLENN WATERS A sure winner anywhere. WILLIAM GERALD WALTERS He that cultivates wisdom will reap the fruits of greatness. KATHARINE ELAINE WATKINS Demure, sweet, and sincere is she. French Club 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3. JAMES LEE WATSON Life is but a span and he will enjoy every inch of it. Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Vocational Industrial Club, Vice President 4. KATHRYN MANSON WATSON May all the charm that now appears increase in glory through the years. Intramural Sports Committee 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Office Assistant 35 College Day Guide 35 Career Day Guide 3. NEILL PAT WATSON It is not sufficient to have great qualities, we must be able to make proper use of them. Homeroom Oliicer, President 2. 3: Standards Committee 2, 35 Projects Committee 2, 3, Chairman 45 Latin Club 25 German Club 2, 3, 4, President 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Marshal 45 En- semble 3, 4, President 45 Cast of Play, Kiss Me Kate 35 College Day Guide 35 Jr. High School Orientation 3. PHILLIP HOWARD WEEKS To be sincere in all I do is my great desire. NANCY REA WHARTON God has given her a tongue that she may say good things to her fellowman. Homeroom Oihcer, Treasurer 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens gl Igroughton Devotional 3, 45 F.T,A. 45 Health Careers u 4, DOROTHY ANNE WHITAKER Reputation is what people think of us,' character is what God and angels know of us. Homeroom Oflicer, Student Council Alternate 3, Secretary 2, 45 German Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 National Honor Society 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 45 F.H.A. 45 Snow- ball Dance Chairman 4. HARRIET LYNN WHITE Do not judge one by her qualities, but by the use she makes of them. Council Officer, Secretary 35 Class Council 2, 45 Class Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 45 Homeroom Officer, Secre- tary 2, Treasurer 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Health Careers Club 45 Career Day Guide 25 Jr. Civic Council 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Jr. High School Orientation 35 Student Advisor 4. BRENDA SUE WHITEHEAD True musical talent isone of life's greatest gifts. Intramural Sports Committee 25 Y-Teens 25 F.B.L.A. 25 Chorus 2. CAROL KAY WHITEHURST Happiness is not perfected until it is shared. KATHLEEN AVIS WHITFIELD So quiet and refinedg a perfect lady in every way. Library Committee 45 French Club 2, 3. 4: Jr. Red Cross 35 Library Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Broughton Devotional 45 F.T,A. 4. RICHARD ALVIN WHITFIELD l've tried all week to be good. Homeroom Officer, President 2, 3, Vice President 45 Elec- tions Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, President 35 Jr. Red Cross 2: Monogram Club 3, 45 Foot- ball Team 3, 45 J.V. Football Team 25 Track Team 2. enior .Q if - i t ' ,,, V Qf "l'u.,. .wg mtl... K1-e-rf f rg fr -n i" : tw' 9l Wir it girl, , if R gf -vig' lf! I, C 5 'i l . Qi' , 'Teva' l Q f , ff q v ti. Q f-s .4-. ' xv ,r d"""5 S K ,N ' V Ni x SX A5 X if , tp ' T. ... , Q25- X is W I ' ff fvavatl 2 I la f ' i 4 w i-1 - 2 ,gm at if' , it me ' if se, q E an G 4- sv l gf. X. X f X W M f f ,f faf W' , ' 1. if ?' ' 'T' ,f ., A,,,,,A ,s f f .ffl A H ...HN , 7, " 5, af. 4143, .41 My 'fi 5 he ,a Pam? iii' 'V '.'14'W'l?h?Dtj Iv ,ww ff 1 ' ' ti We f ff Q W Q4 4 65 f, f X QQ. lr' en ior 2173 ,, f i 3 ' f ,f W1 1 f at 4 4 X 'L Q? tiff 3, dm , fy f f My f .4-may" 4 X 31 Cm: " ra w' . 432 'CID' ,A, 2 L fm- ' M V. . Q LAURA FRANCES WHITLEY A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinely fair. Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 3, President 43 School Store Committee 23 Hospitality Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 Marshal 43 Chorus 43 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. THOMAS JACKSON WHITTON, JR. A good sport and always trying to do his part. Spanish Club 3, 43 Rich Township High School, Park Forest, Illinois 23 Cafeteria Committee 2. MILDRED EMILY WILBUR Everyone excels in something in which another fails. Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Ohicer, Secretary 43 Greene Central, Cary, N, C., Devotional Chairman 23 Chorus '23 Student Council Representative 2. DOROTHY JEAN WILKINS Depend not on fortune, but on conduct. ASA ZEBULON WILLIAMS The mind of each is the man himself. Latin Club 23 German Club 3, 43 Key Club 43 College Day Guide 3. DOROTHY LOUISE WILLIAMS Quietly going about, doing good. Duplicating Committee 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. STUART THOMAS WILLIAMS Real knowledge, like all things of value is not easily obtainedp it must be worked for, studied for, and then used to the fullest. Homeroom Oflicer, Vice President 2, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Social Standards Committee 43 National Honor Society 43 Social Studies Club 3, President 33 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 3. THOMAS WAYNE WILLIAMS A friend such as he is rare. Homeroom Oiicer, Vice President 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Lexington Senior High, Lexington, N. C. 23 Spanish Club 23 Pep Club 23 Marching Band 23 Concert Band 23 Dance Band 23 Key Club 23 Tri M. Club 2. WILLIAM RANDOLPH WILLIAMS Do the duty which lieth nearest to thee! VOHND ROW EUELL WILLIAMSON The highest manhood resides in disposition, not in mere intellect, Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, Sergeant-ab Arms 33 J.V. Football Team 23 Football Team 3. WILLIAM WHITE WILLIAMS His disposition is like ale-the longer the time, the better it gets! ANN CHERYL WILLIS An inexhaustible good nature is one of the most precious gifts of heaven, Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 2, 3. BARBARA JEAN WILSON Regard your good name as the richest gift you can possibly possess. Duplicating Committee 4. GEORGE STEPHEN WILSON I never knew a man that was bad, or one that I could not do a good deed for. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 4. GARY FRANKLIN WITTER Good humor is the clear blue of the soul. Homeroom Otiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 4,'Capta1n 43 Symphonic Band 3, 4, Vice President 43 Varsity Band 23 Orchestra 4. ROBERT ALLISON WOOD Hitch your wagon to a star! French Club 25 Matching Band 2, 35 Circus Band 35 V3l'SllY Band 2: Symphonic Band 3, 45 Bus Driver 3, 4. DEBBIE JILL WOODLIEF Doing easily what others hnd difficult is talent. Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Little Theater 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Cast of Play, The Lottery 3, Anastasia 4. BARBARA ANDERSON WOODSON True worth needs no interpreter. I-logneroom Oliicer, Hi-Times Alternate 45 Spanish Club , ,4. GEORGE MORGAN WOMBLE Merriment is all the merry know. Spanish Club 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Swimming Team 3. ELIZABETH ANNE WRIGHT As welcome as sunshine in every place. School Store Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 25 National Forensic League 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Hi- Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4. JAMES RHODES WRIGHT Wit is proper and commendable when it enlightens the intellect by good sense. Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Ofiicer, Treasurer 35 House and Grounds Committee 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Bus Driver 3, 4. PAUL B. WRYE In friendship we find nothing false or insincere: everything is straight forward and carries from the heart. KARL LOUIS WUENSCH Every man is a volume, if you know how to read it. Latin Club 25 German Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 4. CARRA BYRD YANCEY The best part of beauty is that which no picture can EXPFFSX. Homeroom Otiicer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 45 Social Stand- ards Committee 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 45 Winged Words 35 Career Day Guide 2. RICHARD DAVID YORK He delights us hy looking always on the pleasant side of things. Homeroom Officer, Vice President 2, 43 Stage Crew 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3: Baseball Team 25 Golf Team 3, 4. ALICE KATHRYN YOUNG All that is good in art must surely come from a beautiful soul. German Club 3, 4. BETTY JEAN YOUNG I make the most of my enioyments and pack my troubles in the smallest compass I can. F.B.L.A. 4. CHARLES HOLT YOUNG Learning makes a man Ht company for himself. Homeroom Officer. Vice President 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 4. DONALD RAY YOUNG Far may we search before we find a heart so manly or so kind. Student Council Representative 25 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Y 2. LAURA EDNA ZACHERY Let patience have the perfect work. Senior 1? 3. ,fx , I , , - vt.. 'J X ,V f ,I -2. f ii.. 5 Q- if g , if V . I r iff. 2 x ' W fs , 111.3-sf erlr saw- V iw. -n""'A' , Mtn 4 ' jf, .fem- , M Q..-A EE ZIMME MAN Z i . ' eg 1.34, R I f , ,X-'mf' fl ds could not have b ' f Q, . L F H 2 Mflfrmf, M Lrrm' 014 fckewcdlw.. Senior Class Barbecue Disk-rife on mp! ' L4 ' a a 3. 3 li! ' -'X Q0 ll I ll lf ' ll Tender Is the NPQ3. .Gets keep Uris Une movin' please! Juniors It is a year that moves-the junior year, a year of gathering wind andbillowing sail, a year that says, g'Watch out. Time is on the wingf' Deeper, wider eyes explore uncharted seas, no more the in- nocent, yet not quite the wise. Being a junior is riding the waves and feeling the under-toe pulling persistently out to sea. I t is feeling the mold of maturity taking shape, an Easter egg hunt of ideas, of discoveryg it is knowing, but questioning. The junior builds a fire of life, fuels it with individuality, fans it with love. A junior is a phenomenon of blooming potential, of vibrant hopes and just as vibrant fears, it is the agony of being in-between yet the security of being neither first nor last. Words cannot express everything, nor eyes see all. Time holds back the tide and murmurs, "Your day will comef, Spellbound, the junior rides his wave, fans his fires, and hopefully waits. . . f OFFICERS: Jim Fontaine, Roy Fleming, Winky Silver, Patricia Grimes, and Mary Debnam. Junior Class . . . '66 . . . Fontaine 81 Taylor . . . P1-12 . . . Second Floor Lockers . . . no more student lounge . . . Miss Penney 81 Miss Aiken . . . Vick 81 Cameron . . . Spaghetti supper . . . not magazines . . . Thank Heavens! . . . Snow . . . more snow . . . College Boards . . . driver's licenses . . . N5 55,5 Class Rings . . . Career Day . . . Representatives in Service Dzssifl' Club . . . and Honor Society . . . and athletic teams . . . K I one year down . . . and one to go . . . "Alma Mater, we salute theel' . . . 6'Thus to render thee our praise" . . . amen . . . Service project . . . Junior-Senior Assembly . . . Expec- tations . . . Seniors . . . at last 74 ! Juniors J IM FONTAINE President ROY F LEMING Vice-President MARY DEBNAM Secretary PATRICIA CRIMES Treasurer WINKY SILVER S ergeant-at-A rms MR. TAYLOR Advisor Cindy Abbott Luana Alcorn Fran Alexander Beverly Alford larles Alberg Don Allen Luigi Ammons Cheryl Anderson John Anderson Al Andrews Ronnie Aronson Vickie Atchley Philip Austin Susy Babcock Bill Bages Jack Bagby Jill Bagwell Mary Bailey ,I oy Baker Linda Ball Suzanne Ballew Braxton Barnes Barbara Barnes Tommy Barnes Linda Barnett Ricky Bartlett Carol Bartholomew Linda Bass Tina Batchelor J. C. Baucorn Betty Beach Ginni Beacham Iirnmy Bell Bill Berry Lynn Billings Bill Blackman Barbara Blow Linda Boggan Eileen Bradshaw Jim Brandt Junior Z ,fa E. A , 'Q f 'A 6 ' . ' ' 2,3 , . 4 ff' 4 ' ' ' if-B. A -J -., M- ' F' ' "5 tt 'X ' V, 2 VIH' - Q, I' A ti' " 5-, A f A f 5 I if at My ff . W 511 " 'je '55 " M. 7: 2 Wm 'W' 44. n ' 3, Q' l N if , M A. ,... A 1 K - . , ' Ef i , , ,J c ,M . at ., y it ' r r a K ' ' Q' :W li .ff H , . K 1 :' , 737' f f ' A " ' " 'A . " , 2 ya- 213 f rf i f 1 fe my Q " :f fzf if-W Zigi" ft 'A ,,,' 1 f ? B f y .,.. 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Smith Jan Squires Rick Stallings Pat Starling Dee Stearns Gene Stephenson Larry Stephens Richard Stephens David Stocks Jim Stone Mary Alice Stone Cary Strickland Cecil Strickland Gwen Strickland John Strickland Helen Strother Cliff Stuckey Tommy Sullivan Mike Summey Ruth Sutherland Sallie Swain Mike Sweat Linda Sykes Paula Tannery Peggy Tew Gilbert Terry Kay Tesh Robert Thomas Steve Thomas Alice Thompson Richard Thompson Les Thornbury Maria Thornhill Jill Thurlow Bill TiHany Paul Tillery Linda Travis Cindy Troxler Robert Truitt Tate Truslow Inez Tuck Mary lane Tucker Tommy Tucker Betty Tunstall David Tunstall Betty Turner Elaine Underwood Elaine Upchurch Jeanne Upchurch Monet Uzzell ,lim Valone Nancy Van Arnam Robert Van Brunt Dean Vestal Pam Vester Cathy Vick Dennis Vick Jack Vincell Steve Wall J oe Wallace Richard Wallis Barbara Walters Adria Ward Robin Ward Tommy Ward Bob Warren Susan Warren Dan Waterman Phil Watkins David Watson Janet Watson Joel Watson Joyce Weathers Larry Weathers Susan Weaver Van Webb Juniors .gf , ,. f, 3 " -- Z 'N W f 'I ' KM X at ' ,I f-Q y kc.. 1 I if ft vw -,W W ,-,Z ' , f ,, V, L , ' ' YN , gffiflz' 'E f i " 'U ,am 2 V . , ff , . 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'ft -tl nl 1 ll J: C ll 0 E 'Yi re " t f t 5 , , . lf MUN ,TQ 5 ' N ig -- X5 -4-- 12' I J J 2 A S 'iii Q-is 'zzz .ff ff sg if-', Fw' 4. , gf at 'Az 'I X K " JN i . C L' , 1,i ... Q lil. S, 3:1 is i B lli'i BJ ki B 't S' a A- f r -N fi Yr' .4 J Q- . Q L- A.. S., -S- . L D, ' r il xllli ni " F Q ' ophomores And so it begins . . . One year stands ajar, watching, waiting. Within, adventure smiles inoitingly, knowledge stirs impatiently, ex- perience figits longingly. All lies in readiness, all awaits the Sopho- more. The world is somehow different as a sophomore. Here is another sphere, a canvas of unillustrated opportunity, a giant cameo of uncarved enthusiasm, a timeless page of unwritten destiny. Here is a rainbow splashed with shades of conflict and disillusion, happi- ness and hopes, confusing halls and new faces, a rainbow glistening with the Purple and Gold promise of tomorrow. Here is a Broughton, high schooling and carefully tooling the reluctant Sophomore. In this special world of seeking and searching, the password is Right Now, the rules are eager smiles and spirited excitement, yet anxious cries and serious reflection. Broughton beckons the Sophomore to take a deep, filling drink from the well of this one year, to sip the tart experiment of time and circumstance. From this W ell, Tomorrow will ripple forward .... J 4 Y lfjyff J OFFICERS: Vance Clayton, Phil Greer, Mike Thompson, Mike Schenk, Ann Barringer. Sophomores . . . with 3 o's . . . class of '67 . . . led by Thompson, Clayton, Barringer, Greer, and Schenk . . . third period lunch . . . JV football . . . JV Basketball . 1 . Marshals . . . Davis, Fontaine, Walker, and Rowland . . . Advisor, lVlr. Tench . . . Cheer- leaders . . . Homecoming . , . Hoats . . . Sponsors . . . Queen of Hearts Court . . . Mustard, Cahoon, York . . . two hour exams . . . up and down steps . . . Biology . . . Ketchum . . . Colley . . . Fund-raising project . . . Katherine Bfs candy . . . great success . . . service project . . . May . . . security is linally knowing you belong. 94 ophomores MIKE THOMPSON President MIKE SCHENK Vice-President ANN BARRINGER Secretary VANCE CLAYTON Treasurer PHIL GREER S ergeant-at-A rms MR. TENCH Advisor llliipaf x M 319 4 ' S Q r my ' , yy Q - gs. gf, f an ,, V ,gf Er 14 , 1 ,, , , N 4 -15:3 1.0 ,, wg - A2 K7 f 'Wi was I 2 32, Twig-ei if , is S ...L . Q :.- "-- - Q f W s g 1 'Y tl! F .:'4 if '4 is M N 4 ,elif ,gy sew' it WPS 4 hr 1 ."-' .XX FQ 'f 2,353 X Q if 5 -, fb 15593553 . ,s J V K ,4 , 4Q-A , X 'X Y 1, ,: ii Q SX N N N " ' Q A - at asv vvfff' . , .,.,..:4A . h , 5 9 .. A 4' X if l A W' JQQ fi Q sl W i ij!! .JS :gig 21. X -4v4 H-'Sw ' X J ?' ' flfii " i A fa' x N 2 . 'lx ophomores 'L fp, i ll, we -...,, +.,f rg'- A A- Af ,f rf SQ s ir J 4- .9 2 ,' ,mv Q . ' 5 w 1 -nf U J,-.f' 'fp f -, gf' tf 2fZl?Sfz-'flfffmt , , 1 j ia '71-, Q 40? 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Warren Bill Warren Carolyn Warren Don Watson Jean Watson Johnny Watson Frances Watts Richard Watts Ioan Webb Doug Webb Bill Wendt Pete West Kay Wetmore Polly Wheless Karen Whicker Sharon Whitaker Don Whitaker Carol White Bruce Whitehead Jeff Whiteford Pat Wilder Tommy Williams Jean Williams Pam Williams Steve Williams Mason Williams Sue Willis Mike Wilson Sandra Wilson Doug Wilson Sandra Wilson Carol Windham Vickie Winters 107 Doug Wolff Susan Womble .larnes Wood Drew Wood Essie Wood Paul Woodard Laura Wooldridge Walker Lee Wright Benjie Yarborough Mary York Carolyn Young Sandra Young Bobby Zaytoun Tom Arington Pat Beach Edward Bundy Bonnie Cox Carole Cranor Robert Davis Dena Edelstein Christine Eriksen Judy Fleming Carl Friedlander Al Godwin Clifton Guess Chuck Hicks Clarkie Hinnant Nadia Jones Becky Kincheloe Joan MacNair Kathie Moon Carl Murnick Joe Peacock Lois Raper Linda A. Rhyne Martin Rogers Paul Rose Marie Sharp Jackie Silver Brenda Spaanbrock Barry Vinson Mac Wells Daulton West Mary White Greg Whitehouse David Wright Peter Zemring 108 ophomores V ,a . fue ' .,,,1 ' I C, r, ? t . gy zvr, g, W C 'Q fiat at ,ii 4' " .Q 'Q '- V for +7 ,, as y ef' iw ae., ., 5 K i 4 -h ' r as Q' F93 fit, C s Q tm . Ash? I L IWW' , ' LF l i I ' "j qi D 3 ' WL Y K- , of f A . Y ,. X --' 'Q' , v g ryi., Qi - X J k I E1 D' ' f 1. f f ,, ,Q if 'W :Qmiii Q X 5 I ' V Q 1 3115? H L "E" ay.. M , , 'Sl I 'f Q, ' wx. we I fa r t - v -if "' fe ,sp Q, sr 2-f. ya, 5- g,.- i 'V . M' 1 r , A i 'W Q i N 5.0 'f H r aw gf ,A y 6 if Y 0 Q- it 'fr' fr af ' Q ii ma' fi:?5.a,.iw1aeff:41fff , y ff y X f, 1, ar a , - f - . " if- .N S h, i1 Tm WR V A, . , JT' , t T9 ' M: r- ' V It G we i if to a A Q 'X J ff- fs.. . 5. ? 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' fu, ',s ,f ,, ,r A fry - liv- . ,..... rw' 11- Organizations The rising gavel-calling to order ecstatic hopes, unbeaten paths, novel ideas, eager faces, willing minds, calling to order the Brough- ton Dream. And as the gavel falls, so falls in place Broughtonfs Organizations. They are the molds in which leaders take shape, they are responsibilities draped in a cloak of necessity lined with the warm velvet of friendship and service. B'roughton's Organizations speak in exuberant smiles of accomplishment, in the precision of assemblies, in the perspiration of tired muscles working on a project, in the de- termination of a hard-working group to meet the deadline, in the 'Thank you, of a smile. They are burning midnight 'gcandlesf falter- ing decisions, success and failure. They are the cake we have, and even so, eat, and they are quiet times when a boy pauses to look back on an era he served. We have been a part of this era, but these Organi- zations have no such era. On and on they go, reflecting the spirit of Broughton .... tudent ouncil OFFICERS: Sarah Harris, Dan Byrum, Mike Southern, Bill Lee, and Chan Poyner., EXECUTIVE COUNCIL First row: Boo McAllister, Jeanne Stott, Mary Dysart, Chan Poyner, Marty Cutler. Second row: Becky Matthews, Helen Jenrette, Pam Motley, Sue Miller, Bill Lee. Third row: Joe Seegers, Mark Schafer, Grig Kirk, Sarah Harris, Gus Anderson. Fourth row: Bunky King, Andy Provo, Mike Fisher, Neil Watson, Lucy Beatty. Fifth row: David Costner, David Kesterson, Dan Byrum, Mike Southern. Q3 MIKE SOUTHERN President BILL LEE Vice-President CHAN POYNER Secretary SARAH HARRIS Treasurer DAN BYRUM S ergeant-at-A rms The main purpose of the Student Council is to stimulate leadership and school spirit. Through the various committees of the Council, every stu- dent has an opportunity to serve Broughton. The Council, which is composed of a governing body, home- room representatives and committee chairmen, is advised by Mr. Holyfield. After each monthly meeting, all stu- dents are informed of the business discussed. The special projects of the Student Council are many and varied. The most notable of these is the Support Operation Spirit campaign, designed to instigate school spirit and good sportsmanship. Other projects in- cluded this year were Homecoming and the Homecoming Dance, the Snowball, the Student-Faculty Olym- pics, and several out of town bus trips to athletic events. SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Rex Cooper, Jerry Cobb, David Grifiin, and Bill Suttles. Second row: Earl Beasley, Linda Rand, Hannah Nickolson, Peggy Nickels, Tommy Aldridge, and Anne Gardner. Third row: Jimmy Wright, Kay Whitehurst, Lynda Kay Elliot, Karen Ulberg, Greg Crampton, Champ Mitchell, and Jimmy Murray. Fourth row: Nancy Ishphording, Louise Reynolds, Doug Gillis, Sam Flint, Connie Fraser, and Diane Costner. tudent ouncil Representatives 'Ven JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Jerry Williams, Frankie Murray, Jah Hendrickson, Scarlette Dolly, Tina Johnson, Bruce Darling. Second row: Judy Wilkerson, Allen Dodd, Tina Batchelor, Vickie Atchley, Bennett Little, Cathy S. Cassel. Third row: Jim Valone, Bruce Schafer, Diana Church, Huston Paschal, Rachel Kirkpatrick, Judy Keating. Fourth row: Bob Rhyne, Chip Separk, Frances Lambert, Betty Martin, Sandy Cahoon, Caroline Greene. g 'I 'gf SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: First row: Nancy Johnson, Vicky Gauthiers, Jean Williams, Karen Atchley, Marty Brennen, Bettie Fontaine. Second row: Charles Brewer, Wade Holland, Gary Gasperini, Chris Smith, Phil Greer, Bobby Zaytoun. Third row: Diane Dixon, Parks Stuart, Mary Agnes Crittier, Mollie Milner, Nancy Helms, Martha Davis. Fourth row: Margo Garrett, Anne Fowler, Rosalm Brown, Mary York, Chris Knowles. 113 HOUSE GROUNDS COMMITTEE: Jimmy Costen, Ray Walser, Jim McQueen, Henry Sink, Gus Anderson, Randy Duiguid, Jay Irving. CIVIL DEFENSE COMMITTEE: Front row: Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Linda Enzor, Bonnie Poole, Martin Cutler. Second row: Billy Cutler, Nadia Jones, Betsy Rankin, Cathy Hicks, Robert Lankin. Third row: Frank Griffin, Jimmy New- house, Don Thompson, Ray Walser, Jack Bagby. PROJECTS COMMITTEE: First row: Diana Church, Penny Teague, Martha Davis, Allen Dodd, Peggy Mann. Second row? Miriam Friedlander. Neill Watson, Bill Ginger, Phil Greer. Hugh McManus, Earl Beasly. AUDIO VISUAL COMMITTEE: First row: Jerry Thompson, Hilton Smith, Don Ellington. Second row: Phil Munns, David Costner, Arthur Lilley. 43 SPORTS COMMITTEE: First row: Linda Rand, Becky Matthews, Diana Church, Bunky King. Second row: Cliff Knight, Monty Smith, Bill Ross, Mike Thompson, Brent Ferrell. 5. YOU Htlvt rv :nv Q or I S-va Q- ' ,. i S l at ww w INTRAMURAL SPORTS COMMITTEE: First row: Doug Gillis, Alex Allen, Larry Weathers, Rachel Kirpatrick, Judy Youngblood, Jimmy Rackley. Second row: Phil Holcombe, Alice DelanCY, Joe Seegers, Kay Messer, Preston Coward. STUDENT COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE: Front: Roy Flem- ing, Tommy Bello, Mark Schafer, John Powell, Ralph Schiller. Back: Mimi Kilgore, Chris Saparilas, Meezie Pritchett, Dorcas Griss, Dibby Renn, Julia Westmoreland. POSTER COMMITTEE: Seated: Suzi Sprunt, Alice Delaney, Ann Barringer, Jimmy Dunn, Barbara Der- reth, Barbara Walters, Susan Garrison, Chris Kelly, Jo Ann Trowbridge. First row, standing: Duke Stone, Tina Johnson, Jean Finan, Myrna Dworsky, Rae Hicks, Linda Larson. Second raw, standing: Billy Beety, Jimmy Penninger, Eddie Adcock, Anne Gard- ner, Bobby Rankin, Lucy Beaty, Brona Hicks, Har- riett McLaughlin, Parkes Stewart, Boyd Stewart, John Hitch. LIBRARY COMMITTEE: First row: Gwen Strickland, Margie Sharpe, Lynn Crocker, Connie Johnson, Alice Hodge, Janet Mid- dleton, Eleanor Crotts, Sandra Holsonback. Second row: Susan Satisky, Barbara Ann Pritchett, Kay Nordan, Kay Tesh, Carol Hallman, Jeannie Lander, Susan Lilles, Laverne Massey, Patty Cox, Jane Cook, Carol Anderson, Dianne Costner. Third row: Sandra Franklin, Kathleen Whitfield, Christy Block, Beverly Alford, Sharon Goodwin, Cember Holden. SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE: First row: Barbara Gibson, Champ Mitchell, Caroline Greene, Carra Yancey, Jeanne Stott. Second row: Joe Lums- den, Bruce Darling, Becky Corns, Stuant Williams, Jerry Cobb. ELECTIONS COMMITTEE: Seated: Johnny Pea- body, John Johnson, Jim Stone, Ronnie Brande, Mike Woody, Winkie Silver, Mike Schenk. Standing: Jimmy Murray, Donnie Pikus, Dan Byrum, Mike Moore, Branson Bruce, Gary Horvitz, Frankie Price, gprague Silver, John Scofield, Glenn Lucas, Dan oone. 115 ,f ,,r .iw f HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE: First row: ,lulie Badger, Patricia Grimes, Jill Thurlow, Elaine Smith, ,lean Alder- man. Second row: Connie Fraser, Nancy Maynard, Kay Lumsden, Sandy Cahoon, Laura Whitley, ,lean Roberts, Sue Miller. ik 1,-I PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Seated: Sue Burroughs, Patsy Davis, Rosalyn Brown, Helen Jenrette. Standing: Linda Coley, Mary Knight, Diane Euhanks, Marie Currie, Betsy Gribhle. IIT! o STANDARDS COMMITTEE: First row: Bill Lee, Kathy Manly, Kern Holloman, Charles Holland, Mary York. Second row: Lynette Lee, Patsy Reynolds. 116 MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE: Seated: Hayes Kennedy, David Kesterson, Hank Baldwin. Standing: Vaughn Adams, Walter Kelly, Tommy Mayes, Buddy Pate, Louis Porterfield. DUPLICATIONS COMMITTEE: Seated: Pam Greer, Becky Matthews, Ann Pridgen. Standing: Dorothy Williams, Barbara Wilson, Joy Moore, Gail Morgan, Mary Butler. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE: Crig Kirk, Ricky McCotter, Gene Hughes, Betty Macon, .ludy Wilkinson, Nancy Sutherland, Kitty Atkins, Laurie Heffner. 2 Q STAGE CREW COMMITTEE: First row: Lacy Rich, Neil Brenneeke, Billy Murkerson, Vance Clayton. Second row: Mike Fisher, Steve Wall, John Deyton, Sally O'Keeie, Barbara Litwack, Judy Litzaw, Jean Wason. SAFETY COMMITTEE: Seated: Boo McAllister, Ellen Smith, Barbara Wall. Standing: Mr. Fred Pollard, David Edwards, Bob Dunn, Randy Maddry, Marcia Kooman, Linda Brislois, Kathy Purcell, Mary Sue Lawrence, Clay Matthews, Peter Darling, Mr. Ralph Hargrove. CAFETERIA COMMITTEE: Seated: Betsy Carson, Jane Byrd, Dayle Hicks, Donna King, Pam Hill, Margie Mason. Standing: Nancy Isphording, Susan Bullock, Diane Cherry, Jimmy Tarlton, Chipper Ogburn, Chuck Wyatt. LOST AND FOUND COMMITTEE: First row: .l0Anna Preston, Cathy Vick, Skeeter Garrison, Marilyn Dixon, Gail Fox. Second row: Mary Dysart, Martha Bruce Hughes, Helen Buchanan, Diane Greene, Carolyn Cobb, Jean Babb. K SCHOOL STORE COMMITTEE: First row: Janet Mus- tard, Becky Amburn, Allison Rose, Harriet Martin, Barbara Quessenbury, Jean Noggle. Second row: Bruce Schafer, Jah Hendrickson, Jim Hoye, Johnny Jeffries, Andy Provo, Larlcin Pahl, Ken Land, Hunter Lumsden, Jim Howle. 117 1-2141 r- fr ,,.,.. .,.,-4.. 1 Ftrst row Kate Johnson Martha Davis, Mary Dysart, Netta Newbold, Peggy Mann, Bettie Fontaine, Laura Whitley Hannah Nicholson Second row Pate Brendle Bob Walker, David Rowland, Branson Bruce, Neil Watson, Bunky King, Mike Pedneau Charles Holland Marshals Each year at Broughton, sixteen students are elected to serve as marshals. Of the sixteen, eight are sen- iors, four are juniors, and four are sophomores. All must maintain a minimum average of 82.5. Kate Johnson served as head marshal for the 1964-1965 school year, with Mr. Holyiield as advisor. The marshals are an important part of our as- semblies and class meetings. Their duties also de- mand participation at graduation services as well as special programs performed by the Dramatics and Music Departments. 'ff Seated: Andy Provo, Mike Pedneau, Mike Jordan, Mike Fisher, Art Raymond, Mr. Cherry. Second row: Bucky Williams, Ruthn Franklin .John Deyton, Frankie Price, Bob Murray, Jerry Johnson, John Bishop, Steve Bogenschutz. Third row: Joe Seegars, Mike Southern, Jerry Cobb Tom Johnson, Dan Byrum, and Bunky King. Key C ub MIKE JORDAN: President BILL GINGER! V ice-President MIKE PEDNEAU: ART RAYMOND MIKE FISHER! MR. CHERRY Secretary Treasurer Chaplain A dvisor Under the sponsorship of the Raleigh Kiwanis Club, the Key Club strives to develop initiative and leader- ship, to provide experience in living and working together, to serve the school and community, to pre- pare for useful citizenship, and to set and follow high ideals. The club provides money for a scholar- ship awarded at the end of the school term. Under the leadership of Mr. Cherry, the 25 members also operated a concession stand at the Basketball games, and performed on the stage at the Kiwanis Minstrel. In addition to these activities the Key Club also assisted in civic fund-raising projects throughout the year. Martha Bruce Hughes, standing, Barbara Wall, sealed. La tipac MARTHA BRUCE HUGHES: Editor BARBARA WALL: Business Manager Miss PASCHAL: Advisor To present a realistic and lasting picture ofthe year at Broughton-through the LATIPAC-has been the purpose of the journalism classes this year. It has been a year filled with deadlines, copy or no copy, unidentified pictures, and never enough ads! Yet with the help of the interest classes, as well as the seventh period core class, we managed somehow to stay on top. There was not all work and no play however, for many journalism students combined both in attending the annual Press Convention at Columbia University in March. It is hard to believe that all of the rush is over, and that the presses out at Edwards Sz Broughton have printed the last copy-yet here it is: the LATIPAC 1965. 5 I? Sue Miller, Shirley Laws, and Elaine Smith get the Senior Section ready to go to press. Hayes Kennedy, Gene Duncan, Debby Henderson, and Gene Knight pick out pictures to be used in the LATIPAC. QRS? Bruce Straughan, Pete Maravich, Donna Crisp, and Hank Thompson on their way out to Edwards and Broughton. Bryan Green, Helen Jenrette, and Betsy Cribble review the Ad Chart before going out to various places of business. Q 'ww I AYRM ,A -l3.m"" 'f'WYWf f':!bU'i'i 1f,.mf ' ' -, ,.,, Q f'.q"'f , ft We TC! Q Vasa Slusgru, lbw G1 s.m...n DL.. fi, ,iw 'I , . Q, r Hi-Times HELEN BUCHANAN: Editor SUE MILLER: Business Manager 11.2 .,, 713' 'A 1 K K 42 ff +f,Q71 t 1 ,gif . V. . 'Q ,ni , 'I711 ,ah . 'gf .s-4513 . rs i . N ga . -Q., L. 7, x, -Q M, ,g 5',,':sw ff, 0- .gvhwgfdxl , 3, it X Q-f f-A., Sue Miller and Helen Buchanan. The H i-Times, published nine times this year by the journalism classes, was in the planning stages before the end of school last spring. Then in August staff members and other enthusiasts converged in 114 to organize something new-a special c'Operation Spiritv issue that was given to all of us on that first September 3. Members of the journalism classes went many times to solicit and collect for ads, and they went to the News and Observer and Raleigh Times offices, the State College print shop, and of course, Edwards and Broughton. This year in the Hi-Times we saw a front page layout change, new columns and car- toons, a new trend in editorials and features. We read about our plays and concerts, our football and basketball games and track meets, our assemblies and dances, our students and teachers, who were honored, our clubs and committees, our class proj- ects, our Broughton 1964-65. 71, .'M:T411:mr ff Sarah Elizabeth White, Geanie Morgan, and Becky Ald- ridge look over school papers received through the Hi-Times exchange program. +a,,,!',, ,l Jack Phillips, Bill Brooks, and Jule Mann check over ads received for the paper. .laney Jones, Nancy Kenyon, and Sue Burroughs proofread copy they have written for the Hi-Times. , 1,41-V Ns'--N 2',,..4X Tommy Hobbs, Judy Hobby, and Donna Hailey search through various books for new ideas for the paper and the annual. 'w urs xg!! ' Q 'ro , J, i 1 ' x, 31- 4 V' I 1 J Y 5 I N . . szuakfit , Nui' we-2 I' aff '--:V 1217 First 7014157 Gail FOX .lean Wason Marie Currie R M ' 5 - ' . . , ' 1 . d : ' Wenmfred Rosenthal, Mxrxan Frledlander, Phillip Cllizlligmegiifjl. ilfhliiillil rowfic0lllavid,wMo?l2elE: Alfliltdlizwlsgdscildlin fizdiigiiolgaulthrega lgfiixtildn liw ' 1 , s Winged Words JEAN WASON: Editor MARCIA KOOMAN: Assistant Editor PHIL CHAPPELL: Business Manager LUCY BEATTY: Art Editor WINNIFRED RosENTHAL: Secretary MRS. PEACOCK: Advisor Winged Words, Broughton's literary club, was founded to encourage creative and expository writ- ing and to help develop constructive critical judg- ment among Broughton students. Mary Forest, a Broughton student, organized the club in the year 1951-52. Each Wednesday the twenty members of Winged Words meet to discuss manuscripts submitted anony- mously by Broughton students. Constructive criticism of the submitted poems, essays, and stories, is based on such criteria as style, theme, and originality. The selected works and illustrations are published in the spring each year. 124 Phillip Chappell, Jean Wason 439' Seated: Paulette Dyson, Johnny Jeffries, Marilyn Dixon. Standing: Chuck Jones, Dusty Grey, Randy Diuguid, Pat Hughey, Mr. Beenen, Oren Finlayson, Janey Jones. National Forensic League JOHN JEEFRIES: President PAT HUGHEY: Vice-President PAULETTE DYsoN: Treasurer JUDY YoUNcBLooD: Contest Coordinator MRS. MARGARET WOOTEN: Advisor MR. PETER BEENEN! Advisor The National Forensic League, composed of twenty- iive members, met the first and third Thursday of each month. To give students experience in public speaking and debating is the purpose of the National Forensic League. To achieve this purpose, the club partici- pates in numerous interscholastic debates in this area. Topics of debate include those of current interests to students and National High School De- bate Topics. The club attended the 1964-65 N. F. L. Congress. N. F. L. members also participated in local Optimist, American Legion, and Oddfellows contests. 125 .3---. 'W 7 ' - 2--. . Seated: Bob Finch, Jimmy Eddins, Don Seagroves, John Byrd, Ken Land, Jimmy Coston, Stuart Williams. Second row: Jule Mann, Alex Allen, Jimmy Wright, John Still, Bill Ross, Larry Hopkins, Chip Lewis, Jim Hoye, Walter Kelly, Dick York, Bill Suttles, Trip Plymale, Gus Anderson. Third row: Chipper Ogburn, Mark Schafer, Ace Dawson, John Warner, Gary Culp, Hunter Lumsden, Larkin Pahl, Jim Sanford, Cliff Knight, and David Moore. Senior Hi-Y The Senior Hi-Y is a service organization com- posed of 35 boys who seek to create, maintain, and KEN LANDS Vi06-Pf6Sid9nf extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. During the JIMMY CosrEN: President JOHN BYRD: Secretary year the club met twice a month at the YMCA with STUART WILLIAMS: Treasure, Mr. Parker, their advisor. These boys sold the 1964-1965 edition of the Hi-Y Directory for their DONALD SEAGROVES! Sergeant-01-Af 'HS money making project. For the club service project, the Senior Hi-Y sponsored a scholarship fund for a JIMMY EDDINS: Chaplain Senior Student' I MR. PARKER: Advisor 126 'fa 7 .fl,..,v-. .,.- 14, 7 .7,v,.. - ggw OFFICERS CLAY MATTHEWS President WOODY HONEYCUTT Vice-President KEN WEST Secretary DENNIS VICK Treasurer GEORGE MANNING S ergeant-at-A rms GEORGE KAHDY Chaplain MR. ROBERSON Advisor First row: Sammy Shaw, Woody Honeycutt, Ken West, Clay Matthews, George Manning, Bill Lee, George Kahdy. Second row: Frank Exum, Randy Duiguid, Lee Fleming, Skip Stansberry, Jimmy Dunn, Joe Junkin, Larry Johnston, Bill Barry, Johnny McAdams, Dennis Crenshaw. Third row: David Cheek, Allen Morrison, Tommy Reynolds, Bruce Legates, Mike Dearstyne, Bruce Darling, Jim Valone, Hubert Gill, Jack Corbell. OFFICERS JOHN JEFFRIES President FRANK JOLLY V ice-President ROY FLEMING Secretary J ULIAN BUNN Treasurer DAVE WOODARD S ergeamt-at-A rms RAND HARRIS Chaplain MR. KEEN I A dvisor Junior Hi-Y ...- .,..---,---L - - ,E ::- .. ,A -' ,31- ..,E -Jn-w-nz-15-an-.r .Lg ,-..,- -,- ine'-Q-4-L E!! First row: Stewart Hardison, Mike Sweat, Dave Woodard, Frank Jolly, Rand Harris, Roy Fleming, John Jeffries. Second row: Van Cherry, Ed Griflin, Shelburne Brannan, Richard Coburn, Harold West, Carlton Midyette, Tommy Williams, Jimmy Dunn, Jim Fontaine, Bruce Schafer, Wade Reynolds. Third row: Chuck Wyatt, Tommy Ford, Johnny Rachal, Fred Crouch, John Johnson, Charles Holland, Lawrence Gould, Paul Tillery, Tom Norris. 127 ophomore Hi-Y First row: Jerry May, Glenn Lucas, Dale Van Horn, Drew Wood, David Gardner, Jimmy Brown, Jimmy Cook, Thomas Amerson. Second row: Eddie Smith, Alton Smith, Doug Peacock, Jeff Etheridge, Steve Williams, Paul Simpson, Brent Ferrel, Frank Dale, Donny Watsen, Dolton West, Al Newkirk, Joe Lumsden, Mr. Grimes. Third row: Don Kelly, David Edwards, Walter Wright, Rob Johnson, Tim Jordan, Grover Doblins, Chip Alexander, George Hearn, Tommy Williams, Buzzy Scott, Robert Haywood, David Roland. ,Tj - --i........... - Seated, left to right: Tommy Bello, Mike Schenk, Bob Walker, Bobby Zaytoun, Jimmy King, Bill Dawkins, Vance Clayton. First row: Belton Jones, Bob Dunn, Mac Wells, Bryan Thomson, Craig Arey, Walt Able, Mike Thompson, Doug Brewbaker, Mason Williams, Lewis Riley, Rickey Rice, Phil Holcombe, Advisor-Mr. Billy Johnson. Second row: Robert Logan, Mike Bolton, Phil Greer, Bary Martin, Bob Davis, Mac Fyre. Skeeter Garrison, Roy Lichtner, John Hughes, Norman Davis. MR. GRlME'S HI-Y DAVID GARDNER! President DREW WOOD: Vice-President GLENN LUCAS! Secretary DAVID ROWLAND: Treasurer JIM BROWN: Sergeant-at-Arms 128 DALE VAN HORN! Chaplain MR. JOHNSON'S HI-Y BOB ZAYTOUN: President BOB WALKER: Vice-President NORM DAVIS! Secretary JIMMY KING: Treasurer MIKE SCHENK: Sergeant-at-Arms TOMMY BELLD: Chaplain Seated: Vickie Brannon, Nancy Moore, Joyce Moore, Kenneth Johnson, David King, Sharon Kaitz, Faye Allen, Pam Hill, Pat Kelly. Standing Joyce Cooke, Pam Green, Jave Gillespie, Patra Peele, Sandra Bolt, Jean Cook, Judy Andrews, Kathleen Whitfield, Warren Soverign, Diane Costner, Diane Eubanks, Helen Buchanan, Anne Sikes, Judy Horne. Mizpah Devotional The thirty-one members of the Broughton Devo- tional Club meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings at 8:25. The purpose of the club is to draw members closer to God, to establish a better understanding and a closer union among different faiths, and to render service to the school and com- munity. Helping a needy family during the Christ- mas seasons is an annual project. Last goodbyes always seem more fun for the members at the Club picnic each year. BROUGHTON DEVOTION AL CLUB DIANE EUBANKS: President ANN SIKES AND KEN JOHNSON: Vice-Presidents FAYE ALLEN: Secretary DIANNE COSTNER: Treasurer SANDRA BOLT: Sergeant-at-Arms MR. BILLY JOHNSON! Advisor 129 Y- eens N..a' , a...man..L.w...a.-and A7 fn. -. . chili V gifs, N ,IE ,.,iis:.,,1 .3 se Y .A K K A t ' ' r I L S .vs 5 -, , . . 99" MY Z, 5 1. 'W ff X' f M! INTERCLUB COUNCIL FOR Y-TEENS: First row: Jackie Engard, Sara White. Second row: Marie Currie, Mary Sue Lawrence, Francey Breeden, Donna Soyars, Judy Rybka. Third row: Mrs. Mark Boone, Advisorg Allison Rose, Margie Scovil, Nancy lsphording. Absent: Betsy Hayes, Debbey Henderson. To grow in knowledge and love of God, to grow in relation with other people, to grow as a person are all purposes of the Y-Teens. Throughout the year bake-sales, trips, Christmas services, Potato- Chip Sale, fashion shows have kept the Y-Teens an active group. Mrs. Mark Boone, director of Y-Teens, has helped the interclub council plan for the World Fellowship Booth, adoption of foster children, the World Fellow- ship Trip to Washington, and the Hanging of the Greens at Christmas. This year the Y-Teens are giving a 3150 scholar- ship to a deserving Y-Teen. N o Y-Teen member will forget the knitting lessons, meetings at the school and the Y.W.C.A., shopping for the adopted child, and Cespecially baking cookies for the summer bake-salesj. T. I. P. Y-TEENS First row: Edna Turner, Francey Bree- den, Mary Sue Lawrence, Martha Ran- dall, Jackie Engard, Susan Courville, Joanne Trowbridge. Second row: Mar- gie Scovil, Laura Wittmer, Steffanie Doliner, Nancy Van Arnum, Emily Mims. Third row: Nancy lsphording, Margaret Proctor, Nancy Maynard. Fourth row: Robin Long, Barbara Bar- clay, Lynn Jones, Cathy Purcell, Anne McNeil. Fifth row: Diane Brown, Verna Holliday, Mimi Kilgore, Christine Williams, Joy Baker. K S. O. S. Y-TEENS First row: Susan Womble, Rae Hicks, Linda Black, Martha Rigney, Nancy Sink, Pat Kelly, Sara Andrews, Barbara Quessenberry, Helen Buchanan. Second row: Linda Smith, Linda Robbins, Sharon Puryear, Marie Sharpe. Third row: Kay Tesh, Lute McLean, Susan Bradford, Barbara Ruby, Peggy Nickels, Stephenie Wadell, Betsy Carrigg. Fourth row: Pam Hill, Pam Greer, Judy Rybka, Donna Soyers, Monet Uzzell, Linda Rhyne, Dianna Hanson. Fifth row: Nancy Grant, Diane Eubanks, Geanie Morgan, Sandra Holsonback, Cemher Holden, Miss McLennan. 49" S. 0. S. YKTEENS First row: Ellen Smith, Bennett Little, Gail McLeod, Jane Sloop, Gail Fox, Marie Currie, Rena Canal. Second row: Allison Mathias, Anne Gardner, Cathy Carney, Leigh Breeden, Anne Dail, Dorcas Grigg. Third row: Alice Delancey, Kay Messer, Helen Buchanan, Betsy Carson, Carolyn Young, Helen Ringrose, Nancy Wharton, Susan Tyler. Fourth row: Sheryl Spikes, Anne Smith, .Emmy Moore, Linda Bris- hois, Dorothy Williams, Kathleen Whitfield. 131 mal xiii-- R137 'I' Judy Rybka, Donna Soyars, and their Y-Teen 4'friend" spread Christmas cheer. G. A. G. Y-TEENS First row: Betsy Hayes, Paula Tannery, Kay Whitehurst, Patsy Rider, Martha Usry, Lynn White, Evan Aretakis, Vickie Atchley, Karen Atchley. Second row: Joan MacNair, Barbara Derreth, Sue Burroughs, Adra Allison, Cathy Cassell, Vickie Ringold, Gloria Hunter. Third row: Nancy Rawlins, Jeri Reid, Mary Edwards, Nancy Pruitt, Barbara Wilder, Carrie Rouse, Lynda Kay Elliot. Fourth row: Carol Walker, Paula Childers, Betsy Horton, Sherrie Wallin, Kim lssacs, Alice Reynolds. Fifth row: Elaine Russos, Dianne Cherry, Ann Whitaker, Elizabeth Shinn, Karen U1- berg, Susie Babcock, Virginia Hawkins. 8-8-12 J. O. Y. Y-TEENS First row: Allison Rose, Sara White, Jessie Overman, Linda Boggan, Laurie Heifner, Scarlet Dolly, Harriet Phelps, Debby Henderson. Second row: Connie Johnson, Charrnane Edwards, Lea Ful- ler, Naomi Gerstal, Marilyn Dixon, Marcia Smith, Linda Willis, Janet Middleton. Third row: Sharon Goodwin, Nancy Kenyon, Betty Turner, Susan Shuler, Faye Douglas, Cindy Abbott, Susan Jones. Fourth row: Betsy Harris, Darlene Nipper, Midge Senter, Deborah Harper, Nancy Bryan. Fifth row: Ann Daniels, Betsy Douglas, Janey Jones, Vocational Industrial Club The 1965 Broughton Vocational Industrial Club PAUL NIPPER: President under the supervision of Mr. Patten had a very active year. The club wholeheartedly supported various JAMES WATSON: Vice-President school and community projects while following its purpose of growing in honesty, loyalty, dependa- DUSTY TRUSLOW: Secretary bility and knowledge. The twenty-five members of the 1965 Broughton VICTOR HOWLE: Treasurer V.I.C. met once a month for a dinner meeting. ln March, the V.l.C. attended a convention in Wilming- BENNY TESH: Sergeant-at-Arms ton. Another of its many activities was the V.l.C. Eastern District Meeting at Cary. Other events in- MR. PATTEN: Advisor eluded the employer-employee banquet. Left to right: Larry Stephens, Gerald Morris, Phil Kelly, Clyde Poole, Edward Newton, Victor Howle, Robert Jones, James Watson, Wayne House, Larry Council, Mr. D. W. Patten. 133 i '--,.f-N ull-'IE 'Mr'- f ..- ,ff 661 new 11,53 1 First row: Faye Allen, Sherill Harding, Judy Horne, Sarah Hanna, Jeanne Upchurch, Sue Underhill, Emily Newkirk, Anne Stephenson, Beverly Brandt. Second row: Tandra Hicks, Ann Pridgen, Sarah Lowry, Carolyn S Burtnett, Carol Hagwood, Linda Sessoms, Lacy Rich, Linda Logan, Cindy S Strother, Sheila Squires, Larry Giles, Jan Squires, Gayle Morgan, Betty Young, Delores Rumnage, Barbara Nickalson, Judy Hicks, Eva Mae Morris, Linda Phillips, Ramona Reynolds. peight, Claudia Ketchie, Louise Walters, C. C. Hunnicutt, Barbara mith, Sherry Ussery, Joyce Talley. Third row: Carolyn Eason, Anna Future Business Leaders of America GAYLE MORGAN! President LINDA SESSOMS: Vice-President JOY MOORE: Secretary C. C. HUNNICUTT: Treasurer SUE UNDERHILL: Historian ANNE WHITAKER: Reporter ANN PRIDGEN: Parliamentarian MRS. REBA WORSLEY: Advisor MRS. MYRTLE CAMPBELL: Advisor Helping business education students bridge the gap between the classroom and the business world is the purpose of the F.B.L.A. The club, composed of fifty-two business educa- tion students, meets monthly. Service is rendered in the daily upkeep of rooms in the business depart- ment. A Christmas tea and spring banquet are held by the club. ln April delegates attended the F.B.L.A. State Convention in Durham. 134 Left to right: Mrs. Worsley, Gayle Morgan, Sue Underhill, Linda Sessoms, C. C. Hunnicutt, Ann Pridgen, Mrs. Campbell. Future Teachers of America vt-of - Msulltex-.gf First row: Judy McCraph, Lyn Jones, Gail Schoer, Linda Black, Louise Walters, Laverne Massey, Beverly Alford, Susan Liles, Janie Booker, Judy Fox. Second row: Kay Bowling, Faye Bowling, Cathy Jackson, Patricia Scott, Susan Bradshaw, Geanie Morgan, Connie Crumpler, Chris- tine Saparilas, Barbara Walters, Kay Tesh, Martha Usry, Marilyn Londy, Becky Bugg, Adra Allison, Rita Barnes, Teresa Dughi, Marti Pecth, Midge Senter, Alice Reynolds, Susan Johnson, Janie Burnes, Paula Childers. Third row: Shirley Jones, Carol Mason, Winnie Rosenthal, Marcia Koomen, Miriam Friedlander, Janie Jones, Nancy Rurnmage, Kathy Ives, Diane Rose, Robin Long, Linda Larson, Leigh Breeden, Ann Dail, Helen Stallings, Louise Reynolds, Phyllis Morris. OFFICERS: Miriam Friedlander, Sara Newton, Winniefred Rosenthal, Pam Green, Mrs. Coates, Marcia Kooman. The 68 members of the F.T.A. engage in a variety of activities to encourage young people to cultivate in themselves the qualities of per- sonality and character which are the foundations of successful teaching. The club traditionally looks forward to the month of March, when Observation Day occurs, and they visit different classrooms throughout the Raleigh school system. For the first time this year, the F.T.A. has se- lected various deserving teachers as the Teacher of the Month and have provided cookies during exams in the Teacher's lounge. Under the leadership of Mrs. Coates, the meet- ings were held twice a month with programs including films and speakers. The highlight of the year was the annual Mother-Daughter ban- quet. 135 fi' QJT' Standing: Sharon Kaitz, Sue Hinnant, Debbie Miller, Alice Hodge, Becky Richardson, Sue Weaver, Marti Pecht, Susan Bradshaw, Patricia Scott, Ann Sikes, and Faye Allen. Seated: Kathy Kornegay, Carolyn Carter, Dorothy Williams, Pat Rea, Lynn Robinson, Betsy Cox, Pat Kelly, and Ann Carstons. Future Homemakers of America - ' h : Al' H d , Dorothy Williams, Debbie E331-,iL1ggc1fZ lgiet Hindcalit, tliilmy Kornegay, Sharon Kaitz, Mrs. Yates. 136 ALICE HODGE: President BETTY MARTIN! Vice-President INEZ DUDLEY: Secretary DOROTHY WILLIAMS: Treasurer DEBBIE MILLER: Parliamentarian SHARON KAITZ: Historian KATHY KORNEGAY: Degree Chairman MARTI PECHT: Reporter SUE HINNANT: Song Leader MRS. ZELOTA YATES: Advisor The F.H.A., composed of 30 members, is an or- ganization to create interest in home economics and to prepare its members for a better future life. The girls participated in a successful bake sale for its money making project. On April 6 they had a tea. Under the direction of Mrs. Zelota Yates, the F.H.A. met on the second Tuesday of each month. David Costner and Phil Munns Audio-Visual Club TAPE RECORDER Don Poole, David Costner, Ray Glarum, Don Ellington. EQUIPMENT .lames Moller, Edward Lilley, Ken Huddleston. DAVID CosTNER: President PHIL MUNNS: Vice-President WALLACE O'NEAL: Reporter MRS. MELTON: Advisor The Audio-Visual Club af- fects each student at Brough- ton. Each of its members is trained in dependability and ability, and plays a vital part in teaching activities. The members provide sound for assemblies and ball games and music for the dances. Their social calendar includes a pic- nic. The Audio-Visual Club had a job to dog it did its jobg a service was rendered. This constitutes a successful year. PROJECTOR Hilton Smith, Ricky Franks, Robin Johns Phil Munns. OFFICERS: Susan Satisky, Mrs. Melton, Janet Middleton, Dianne Costner, Lynne Crocker. Alice Hodge, Elaine Rogers, and Ann Cole. Library Club OFFICERS DIANNE COSTNER: President LYNNE CROCKER: V ice-President SUSAN SATISKY: Secretary JANET MIDDLETON: Reporter MRS. VERA MELTON! Advisor The purpose of the Library Club, composed of forty-five selected members, is to help students and teachers Hnd books and other materials as fast as possible. At its meetings, the third Monday of each month, the club learned more than mere book shelving, speakers who work with books and writers of books gave the club an inside story of work- ing with books. During the year the Library had a banquet. They were host for the Library Convention District meeting in Raleigh, and attended the State Convention in Durham. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: Laverne Massey, Eleanor Crotts, Janet Middleton, Kay Tesh, Susan Satisky, Kay Nordan, Connie Eraser, Margaret Paschal, Sheron Goodwin, Susan Lilles, Thel oyette. 1 Gwyn Strickland, Mrs. Friedlander, Karen Larsen, Lynne Crocker, Jane Byrd, Dianne Costner, Beverly Alford, and Kath- leen Whitfield. ,, M , 5,5 l ,hh B, LIBRARY CLUB: Brenda Vaughn, Linda Hall, Louise Walters, LIBRARY CLUB: Pam Motley, Dale Lloyd, Anne Pridgen, Margaret Hamilton. Patti Cox, Carol Hallman. First row: David Moller, Robert Browning, Donna Crocker, Stephanie Waddell, Earl Martin, Betsy Macon. TODQUIY Belloi Safigra Flfalgcgl Mary Jave Tucker. Second row: Stephen Wilson, Glenn Davis, Ed Turner, Vonnie Hicks, Greg Upchurch, B111 Halflwangelk OU C1150 1 Stone, Bob Davis, Tom Amberson, Don McKinney. E, , I ,4- 0FFlCERSz David Moffet, Donna Crocker, Vonnie Hicks, Dulce Stone. 140 cience Club VONNIE H1cKs: President DAVID MOFFET: Vice-President DONNA CROCKER: Secretary-Treasurer DUKE STONE: Sergeant-at-Arms Miss DORTHEA BELL: Advisor The thirty-live selected members of the Science Club meet on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. The purpose of the organization is sixfoldz to learn to perfect skills in scienceg to increase knowledge of sci- enceg to provide learning fitted to the interests and abilities of the individualg- to increase enthusiasm in techniqueg to render service to the community and nationg and to further the program of Science Clubs of America. This year, the club's programs were centered around the theme "Science Today" beginning with the develop- ment of science in the past and its promise for the future. The theme was explored through frequent lec- tures by prominent scientists and scholars andthrough field trips. First row: Juanita Fisher, Louise Walters, Phyllis Jones, Patty Cox, Anne Turner, Patricia Highfill, Susan Crawford, Hurley Raynor, Joanie Raymond, Robin Hunt, Leigh Fuller, Barbara Ritchie, Marti Pecht, Walter Keezell, Jean Cooke. Second row: Mary Mosely, Ellen Williams, Sandra Pernell, Lyn Robinson, Karen Wicker, Elsie Butler, Peggy Mann, Margie Williams, Faye Douglas, Anne Stephenson, Becky Bugg, Patsy Walton, Karen Henschell, Susan Steed, Kenneth Johnson. Third row: Helen Jenrette, Becky Corns, Carolyn Haynes, Phil Holcombe, Francey Breeden, Nancy Maynard, Mary Ann Hamm, Joanne Trowbridge, Betsy Burleson, Nancy Brown, Jill Woodlief. Fourth row: Cindy Leach, Jean Finan, Carol Arnaiz, Kenton Lilliquist, Jackie Reasons, Alice DeLancy, Adra Allison, Winnie Rosenthal, Trudy Pitchford, Jean Upchurch, Helen Ringrose, Randy Bateman. Red Cross Council BARBARA JOE STEPHENSON: President JEAN COOKE: Vice-President CEMBER HOLDEN: Secretary ANNE STEPHENSON: Treasurer MARGIE WILLIAMS: Program Chairman CAROL ARNAIZ: Projects Chairman The Red Cross Council, in its fourth year of serv- ice, met every fourth Thursday with Miss Coffey to plan and promote youth volunteer service for the school and community. At the beginning of the year, each class elected a representative to the council. In addition, money was collected to enroll every home- room in the Red Cross and each homeroom which contributed 351 per 30 students received a subscrip- tion to the Red Cross Journal. The High School Chest program, and Water Safety Demonstration were part of the club's activities for the year. In December, the Red Cross wrapped packages for Veterans at the chapter house. 5 lbs. --V-,. OFFICERS: Margie Williams, Jean Stephenson, Carol Arnaiz flnsertl B A 4 Cooke, Cember Holden, Ann arbara Joe Stephenson. 141 Health Careers Club 1-.WZ , OFFICERS SUSAN JOHNSON: President JIM VALONE: Vice-President SHIRLEY LAWS: Secy.-Treasurer JOHN JOHNSON: Sergeant-at-Arms MRS. NALL: Advisor MISS F REEMAN: Advisor MRS. DONAVANT: Advisor S-or Qum- .K ROLL CALL: Clyde Ward, Jack Beasley, Susan Morgan, Pam Fisher, Jean Murray, Ronnie Dailey, Bob Finch, Dan Hartzog, Judith Litzaw, Linda Christian, Susan Jones, Jo Anne Porter, Patsy Reynolds, Cathy Fisher, Rita Henry, Elizabeth Shinn, Alice Reynolds, Gayle Corlett, Susan Garrison, Pat Hannon, Joanie Raymond, Kathy Purcell, Sheila Squires, Sharon Goodwin, Jim Hoye, Margie Williams, Lynn White, Nancy Wharton, Dean Vestal, Tommy Cains, Becky Smith, Sallie Swain, Don McKinney, Dev Joslin, B. F. King, Barbara Wilder, Linda Travis, Susan Craw' ford, Joe Junkin, Janet Middleton, Amy Forman, Dorcas Grigg, Sam Flint, Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Kate Johnson, Marsha Grant, Grig Kirk, Allison Rose, Nancy Turner, John Johnson, Nancy Taylor, Robin Hunt, Bill Lee, Jim Valone, Maria Thornhill, Rowena Morrison, Margo Smith, Paul Carruth, Sherry Buffaloe, Jo Anne Trowbridge, Barbara McNeill, Deborah Harper, Martha Usry, Ginger Byrum, Janice Holland, Margie Mason, Brent Lawrence, Bobby Massengil, Anne Wright, Liz Barnes, Patsy Rider, Marilyn Dixon, Ray Walser, Mike Bowman, Barbara Brown, Joyce Weathers, Beth Hawkins, Candy Bullard, Susan Bradford, Alec Staton, Jim Sanford, Mike Kenfield, Alice Delsancy, Janet Mason, Alexis Daniels, Duke Stone, Vicki Smith, Vicki Ringold, Martha Cox, Judy Hobby, John Anderson, Billie Jean Godwin, Gregory Alexander, Sue James, Susan Shuler, Eileen Bradshaw, Eleanor Cratts, Patti Cox, Benson Kirkman, Larry Hopkins, Ann Brannon, Lynda Kay Elliott, Shirley Laws, Noell Johnson, Jeanie McRee, Suzanne Ballew, Nancy Turner, Cathy Cassell, Jean Roberts, Mary Ledbetter, Martha Usry, Louise Reynolds, Kim Isaacs, Hugh McManus, Marjorie Scott, Patricia Scott, Sherry Barr, Susan Perry, Susan Shuler, Marshall Goad, Bill Berry, Robin Hunt, Bill Lee, Midge Senter, Lea Filler, Judy Wilkinson, Doug Moore, Russell Whitaker, Jimmy Davis, Claudia Ketchie. Due to the diligence of a senior girl, Susan Johnson, Broughton had a Health Careers Club this year for the first time. The objectives of this organization are to acquaint interested students with various health careers and to acquaint them with the opportunities available for each career, including training, institutions, and possibilities for financial aid. The members met on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month where they saw a film or had a speaker. The Rex Hospital Guild sponsored this club. For its service project the members helped in the collection for the March of Dimes. 143 ational Honor ociety --f f l - - if i ' , , I ' H 'fe - f ,. Wfgmt 1 " 'L G' ' ' ff W fi 'f' V' r - I i Af ,U ,J I ff f WM fl V, 3 First row: Mary Dysart. Susan Crawford, Mike Kenfield, Grig Kirk, Bill Ross, Barbara Gibson, Becky Matthews, Jerry Cobb, Robert Tyler. Second row: Kay Lumsden, Bill Lee, Dianne Cherry, Jim Fontaine, Georgette Kahdy, Mary Debnam, John Jeffries, JoAnna Preston, Houston Paschal, Marcia Koomen, Ivy Geoghegan, Nancy Grant. Third row: David Fore, Roy Fleming, Judy Litzaw, Chan Poyner, Ray Ritchie, Jeanne Stott, Mike Fisher, Robert Benton, Stuart Williams, Jean Wason, Marie Currie, Phil Chappell. Fourth row: Kern Holloman, Rae Hicks, Joe Jenkins, Randy Heaton, Tom Johnson, John Brooks, Donna Soyars, Anne Whitaker, Nancy Sutherland, Francey Breeden, Roger Miller, Miriam Friedlander. Fifth row: Boo McAllister, Edna Turner, Ruffin Franklin, Diane Eubanks, Martha Dimmock, Vonnie Hicks, Joe Seegers, Nancy Kenyon, Gail Fox, Mary Sue Lawrence, Hannah Nicholson, Doug Gillis. Sixth row: Mrs. Donavant, Ed Alexander, Dayle Hicks, Sarah Harris, Mark Schafer, Hunter Lumsden, Mike Southern, and Miss Cartwright. , OFFICERS l JERRY COBB: President A BILL ROSS: Vice-President BBCKY MATTHEWS! Secretary BARBARA GIBSON: Treasurer MRS. DONAVANT, Miss CARTWRIGHT: Advisors Twice each year, the Honor Society inducts those juniors and seniors who have excelled in leadership, scholarship, character, and service. The induction takes place in an impressive, school- wide assembly. The purpose of the Honor Society is not only to honor those students possessing high qualities of scholarship, leadership, serv- ice, and character, but to encourage these qualities in others. One of the highlights of the activities of the Honor Society this year was the Broughton-Enloe Basketball game, when Broughton defeated the Enloe group in a half time battle. For the yearly social, this group had a picnic in the late spring. BROUGHTON HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES-New members of the National Honor Society at Broughton High, who were inducted on March 12 are Robin Hunt, Bennett Little, Dorcas Grigg, Carolyn Cobb, Cember Holden, Margo Brinkley, Jo Anne Left to right: Bill Ross. Jerry Cobb, Becky Matthews. Porter, Paulette Dyson, Rebecca Hosley, Jim Valone, Bruce Darling, Bill Suttles, Becky Bakbam Gibson. Aldredge, Winnifred Rosenthal, Bill Berry, Bobby Revcley, Frank Gritiin, Robin Cauthen, Gus Anderson, Judy Rybka and Carrie Rouse. .. ,, , H E I-l M--v...,e.......,..... .,. , . " . 7 wi.. 1-F .per t First row: David Fore, Rex Cooper, Chipper Ogbum, Bunky King, Joe Seegers, Joe Jenkins, Jimmy Coston, Marc Schafer, Andy Provo, Arthur Matthews. Second row: Jeanne Stott, Boo McAllister, Nancy Sutherland, Anne Gardner, Jean Watson, Sue Miller, Helen Buchannan, Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Becky Matthews. Third row: Susan Johnson, Nancy Kenyon, Hannah Nicholson, Diane Costner, Joy Moore, Lynn White, Dayle Hicks, Barbara Gibson, Sarah Harris, Miriam Friedlander, Kay Lumsden. Fourth row: Neil Watson, Mike Kenfield, Johnny Bishop, David Kesterson, Gus Anderson, Vaughan Adams, Jerry Thompson, Mike Southern, Mike Fisher. Service Club OFFICERS BARBARA GIBSON: President MIRIAM FRIEDLANDER: Vice-President DAYLE HICKS: Secretary MR. CLARK: Advisor In 1949, through the financing of the Student Council, the Service Club was organized for the pur- pose of recognizing those students who had given outstanding and unseliish service to Broughton. Any student or teacher may nominate candidates for mem- bership who, if approved by the entire club, receive the highest non-scholastic honor bestowed on a Broughton student. ' At the end of the year the club selected two mem- bers, a boy and a girl, to receive trophies recognizing their outstanding service to the school. Traditionally, the Service Club holds a picnic in April. NEW MEMBERS: Seniors: Lucy Beatty, Kern Holoman, Dorcus Grigg, Dan Byrum, Jean Cooke, Gene Duncan, Susan Crawford, Jerry Cobb, Elaine Smith, Monty Smith, Pam Greer, Greg Crampton, Mar- tha Usry, Jay Irvine, Earle Beasley, Mary Dysart, Kate Johnson, Martha Dimmock, Mike Jordan, David Moore, Pam Hill, Grig Kirk, Martha Bruce Hughes. Juniors: Clay Matthews, Rachael Kirkpatrick, Bill Lee, Bruce Schafer, Betsy Gribble, Charles Holland, Jim Fon- taine, Judy Youngblood, Andy Leager, Susan Satisky, Bill Murchison, Mary Debnam, David Costner, Judy Litzaw, Steve Wall. Teachers: Mrs. Baker, Mr. Billy Johnson, Mr. Parker. OLD MEMBERS: Seniors: Vaughan Adams, Gus Anderson, Johnny Bishop, Helen Buchanan, Rex Cooper, Dianne Costner, Jimmy Coston, Sarah Lynn Dorsey, Don Ellington, Mike Fisher, David Fore, Miriam Friedlander, Anne Gardner, Barbara Gibson, Sarah Harris, Dayle Hicks, Kurt Hube, Joe Jenkins, Susan Johnson, Mike Kenfield, Nancy Kenyon, David Kesterson, Bunky King, Kay Lumsden, Arthur Mat- thews, Becky Matthews, Boo McAllister, Sue Miller, Joy Moore, Hannah Nicholson, Chipper Ogburn, Andy Provo, Mark Schafer, Joe Seegers, Mike Southern, Jeanne Stott, Nancy Sutherland, Jerry Thompson, Jean Wason, Neill Watson, Lynn White. Teachers: Mr. Holliday, Mr. Holyfield, Mr. Blackburn, Mr. Clark, Mrs. Sandling, Mr. Beenan, Miss Colley, Mr. Crawford, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Kahdy, Miss McLennan, Mrs. Melton, Mrs. Memory, Miss Paschal, Mrs. Porter, Mr. Southwick, Mr. Steed, Mrs. Stell. 145 Q' 47 H-v is gt, ft . G First row: Beth Bagwell, Nancy Keller, Polly Wheles, Sally O'Keefe, Carol Walker, Jerry Reid, Essa McBride, Karen Glover, Sue Willis, Bar- bara Grosch. Second row: Miriam Friedlander, Janie Burns, Linda C. Rhyne, Sharon Lienau, Nancy Coleman, Ann Daniel, Anne Gardner, Dorcus Grigg. Third row: Mary Jane Tucker, Barbara Litwack, Cathy Warden, Judy Fox, Lee Fuller, Susan Jones, Ann McNeil, Tim Toney. Fourth raw: Rachel Kirkpatrick, Wade Holland, Patsy Rider, Billy Murchison, Glenn Davis, Stephen Wall, Earl Beasley, Homer -Foil, Lacy Rich, George Griffin, Joyce Cooke, Karen Atchely, Diane McWhirter, Helen Buchanan. Uh I "B+ P- . A Jw 3 11pm . QI' t. ' L I HZ, ,. ..,, Y , A W, IA: 4 I I v X! l 'ii' ,.v...,. 4... V ' I J 'WQEF F V ....,.. "W" ' ,: Q nl: I 5 .i ac. .I ' 1 E 53-'fffi1411'- f' . ,.,. , .55 ft ' , .- . OFFICERS: Seated: Sallie O'Keefe. Standing: Steve Wall, Lacy Rich. ix E534 Barbara Litwack, Little Theatre The Broughton Little Theater provides delightful entertainment for both its members and the public. The forty members of the club are selected and are all interested in the dramatic arts as well as improv- ing posture, poise, voice, and character. The club, which meets on the third Thursday of each month, is under the direction of Mrs. Wooten. The major project of the fall was the production of Anastasia. In the spring, the club produced Little Abner and attended a dramatics festival. At the end of each school year, The Adams Trophy is awarded to an outstanding member of the club in recognition of his high achievements in the dramatic arts. Little Theater members may also be inducted into the Golden Masquers, the club's honorary society. GOLDEN MASQUERS: First row: Connie Fraser, Sally 0'Keefe, Gail Woodlief, Barbara Litwack, Mrs. Wooten. Second row: Jean Wason, Miriam Friedlander, Sarah Harris, Mrs. Freeman. Third row: Susan Crawford, Lacy Rich, Homer Foil, David Fore. Fourth row: Earl Beasley, Steve Wall, Lee Elliott. , 5 'r Jn 'H at X v Qi, I First row: George Womble, Bruce Straughn, Bill Keene, Bennie Goetze, Bill Duiguiel, Robbie Evans, Joe Maughan, Mike Pedneau, Pete Mara- vich. Second row: Tommy Johnson, Bill Ross, Mike Bowman, Dana Gardner, Larry Giles, Garry Horvitz, Bill Bolton, Macon Gooch, Charley Stokes. Third row: Bunny Coward, Mike Kenfield, John Byrd, Ronnie Brande, Frankie Price, Johnny Bishop, Jack Corbell, Chip Lewis, Julian Bunn. Fourth row: Dickie Whitfield, Donald Wagoner, Tommy Southerland, Champ Mitchell, Bob Murray, Ken West, Fred Crouch, Colin McNair, Sammy Shaw, Pate Brendle. Fifth row: Winkie Silvers, John Anderson, Doug Gillis, Johnny Warner, Clay Matthews, Marty Cutler. Sixth raw: Tommy Rickman, Woody Honeycutt, Frank Jolly, Jimmy Dunn, Jarles Alberg, David Kesterson, Mike Jordan. OFFICERS MIKE PEDNEAU! President r ROBBIE EVANS! Vice-President CHIP LEWIS! Secretary JOHNNY WARNER: Treasurer BILL KEENE: Sergeant-at-Arms MR. WALKER AND MR. TENCH! Advisors To uphold and encourage the standard of I good sportsmanship, to,be of service to school and community, to promote school spirit, and to create fellowship among varsity athletes are the purposes of the Monogram Club. The club is open to all the boys that have earned a varsity letter. During the Christmas season this organi- zation supervised the collection of food, clothing, and presents for needy families. They also provided baskets of food for all the maids and janitors. Coach Walker was advisor to the 63 members who met once a Keene. month. The boys also ushered at our home games. OFFICERS: Joe Maughan, Mike Pedneau, Robbie Evans, Chip Lewis, Bill 63? -JA-4-J Eaf.7!,Z,a6..g.:c4.. .Wav-raw M w,Q,.,,.Ma-f ffe'-4' D. Marching Band MAJORETTES: Allison Rose, Judy Wilkenson, Martha Rigney, Margaret Mustard, Kim Isaacs, and Janet Mustard. First row: Mr. Southwick, Joanne Olvera, Vivian Robinson, Jane Gillispie, Linda Denton, Virginia Carson, Marcia Smith, Helen Hanson, Jean Rabb, Bob Dunaway, Margo Smith, Frank Holt, Tim Toney, Roger Miller, Jimmy Newhouse. Second row: Randy Heaton, Craig Arey, Robin Jones, Sarah Goetze, Susan Shuler, Clyde Long, Marilyn Londy, Carole Cranor, Donald Geddie, Chuck Coodno, Janice North, Margo Santolucito, Don Lee, Jimmy Rackley. Third row: Mr. McGrew, Lewis Brown, James Speidel, Felix Stokes, Laura Wooldridge, Bob Truitt, Oren Finlayson, Steve Helsey. Fourth row: Steve Finker, Tommy Sollinger, Barry Lee, Dick Holoman, David Mathews, Bob Tallaksen, John Fleming, Chuck Pulias, Don Johnson, Allen Walker, Fred Barnes, Doug Norris, Bernie McCants, Bill Fletcher, Keith Valentine, Ray Richie, Jerry Robb, Rodney Smith, Darrell Edwards. Fifth raw: Gary Witter, Kern Holoman, Ted Margeson, Fred Gerber, Paul Woodard, Kent Goodard, Howard Jones, Martin Howard, Marshal Good, Benson Kirkman, Dave Hunt, Shelburn Brannan, Anne Peacock, Susan Speck, Jo Anne Porter, Mary Price. i 24 R B' Ben McGrew ' -.,..L.' Y- "sins-N 149 - 1 a if .e wlmrvfwwa-'fa-ufusxwlze so , , 1 . ll 1 mall f f H tl V,Q,,t,H ,eww , ,. W1 ,,..,,,.,,... , ,V,,S-,,..,,. , X Orchestra SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Cathy Bishop PERSONNEL Mary Ann Cretier First Violin lvy Geoghegan, Concertmistress Susan Speck Rob Cunningham David Moliett Donna King Kay Lumsden Mary Ledbetter Joan MacNair Martha Davis Emmy Moore Second Violin Margie Mason, principal Cynthia Crisp Chris Saparillas Kay Wetmore , 1 -NJN 4. Mr. Richard Southwick Kathy Manly Eileen Bradshaw Tom Stanford Beatrice Jenkins Patsy Walton Robert Casey Viola Anne Peacock, principal .lean Alderman Shirley Jones Sue Burroughs Anne Mason Marie Ferguson Cello Anne Gardner, principal Thel Boyette Ann Joslin String Bass Martha Usry, principal Paula Tannery Ramona Reynolds Piccolo Margo Smith Flute Virginia Carson Margo Smith Marcia Smith Oboe Mary Price Gregg Upchurch Bassoon Kern Holoman J 0 Ann Porter Clarinet Randy Heaton .loe Seegers Clyde Long Bass Clarinet Charles Goodno French H orn J im Newhouse Gary Witter Benson Kirkman Laura Wooldridge Trumpet Darrell Edwards Rodney Smith Jerry Robb Trombone Chuck J ones Douglas Norris Paul Woodard Tuba Howard Jones Percussion Bill Carmichael .lack Bircher Shelburne Brannan Monty Smith French Horn ymphonic Band SYMPHONIC BAND Robin Johns PERSONNEL Janice North Craig Arey Piccolo Carole Cranor Margo Smith A1 Wood Flute iFVirginia Carson Margo Smith Joanne Olvera Marcia Smith Jane Gillespie Bob Dunaway Jean Rabb Oboe gMary Price Gregg Upchurch Bassoon "Kem Holoman Jo Ann Porter Eb Clarinet Clyde Long Bb Clarinet 'Randy Heaton Joe Seegers Clyde Long Tim Toney Roger Miller Susan Shuler Jimmie Rackley Alto Clarinet 'iCharles Goodno Bass Clarinet Don Lee Contra Bass Clarinet Margo Santolucito Saxophone i'Tommy Grubbs Frank Vick Felix Stokes Lewis Brown C ornet 'Darrell Edwards Rodney Smith Ray Ritchie Skip Flythe Bill Fletcher David Gardner Bob Talleksen Oren Finlayson Carrie Rouse Trumpet Sherry Buffaloe JCITY Robb Shannon Roberts John Heath "' Indicates First Chair Player of the Symphonic Band. 6 SF? - Jim Newhouse Dusty Grey Gary Witter David Matthews Laura Wooldridge Bob Truitt Benson Kirkman Trombone 4: Chuck Jones Paul Woodard Mike Bolton Douglas Norris Fred Barnes Kent Goddard Don Johnson Baritone i4Larry Hopkins Dick Holoman Steve Helser Steve Finkner Tuba 'klohn Peabody Martin Hyatt Howard Jones Marshall Goad Percussion 'J ack Bircher Shelburne Bram Bill Carmichael Monty Smith Earl Martin David Hunt ,I ..... I FET' Choral Ensemble N EILL WATSON: President DAVID FORE: Vice-President JEAN PERRY: Secretary MARY Jo MOORE! Treasurer ANDY LEAGER: Historian SARAH LYNN DoRsEY: Historian REX COOPER: Accompanist Broughtonls Vocal Ensemble is composed of 32 music students who perform throughout the year, under the guidance of Mrs. Freeman, for the school, for the public, and for various civic organizations. This year the Ensemble participated in all of the programs presented by the Advanced Mixed Chorus along with several others. In the fall they sang for the District Library Convention held at Broughton, and in January for the North Carolina Soil Science Convention. Also, they sang for the Sir Walter Lion's Club, for the Woman-of-the-Year banquet, and were presented by the Musical Arts Society in public con- cert on February 21. At Broughton the Ensemble furnished music for the fall and spring inductions of the National Honor Society. In the spring the Ensemble ended its active year with participation in the North Carolina Choral Festival in Greensboro. i DQ D1 IFC fnv ' PC l . , ll fl I i 2 I f ,,ff f Earle Beasley, Steve Bogenschutz, Charles Bradshaw, Elsie Lee Butler, Jerry Cobb, Rex Cooper, Donna Cooper, Susan Davis, Homer Foil, David Fore, Ruffin Franklin, Dave Griffin, Barbara Grosch, Sarah Harris, Joe Jenkins, Deanne Johnston, Fred King, Frances Lambert, Andy Leager Patricia Lynn, Mary ,lo Moore, Roberta Osterman, Jean Perry, Tom Reynolds, Bill Roberts, Henry Sink, Bobby Stewart, Mary Stewart, Nancy Taylor, Neill Watson, Cheryl Wills, and Sarah Lynn Dorsey. 152 SES? ,, i 47 Jarles Alberg, Fran Alexander, Cheryl Anderson, Karen Atchley, Sally Averette, Barbara Barnes, Linda Boggan, Ann Brannon, Lin Broughman, Randy Bryant, Joan Cooke, Joyce Cooke, Diane Costner, Bob Davis, Carol Dean, Keith Diggs, Bob Dunn, Dena Edelslein, Mary Fuller, Mary Garrett, Bill Ginger, Bennie Goetze, Sharon Goodwin, Ed Griiiin, Linda Hall, Lydia Hall, Virginia Haskins, Nancy Hawkes, Linda Hinson, Susan Johnson, Fran Johnston, Mike Jordan, Candy Kapl, Bill Keene, Bill King, David King, Robert King, Charles Knight, Bennett Little, Dale Lloyd, Hugh McManus, Dottie Mills, Jackie Mooney, Frankie Murray, Sarah Nahikian, Jimmy Newton, Sarah Newton, Harris Ogburn, George Olvera, Van Otwell, Larkin Pahl, Carolyn Pearce, Marti Pecht, Mike Pedneau, Chan Poyner, Jo Anna Preston, Martha Randall, Nancy Rawlins, Nellena Reinhardt, Pat Renegar, Alice Reynolds, Louise Reynolds, Linda Rhyne, Ann Riley, Vivian Robinson, Shirley Rowland, Phyllis Sholes, Patti Stimmel, Tommy Stover, Carey Strickland, Frances Sumner, Penney Teague, Dell Thomas, Keith Valentine, Kathy Waldo, Dave Woodard, Steve Wall, Laura Whitley. Advanced Mixed Chorus OFFICERS MIKE PEDNEAU: President LAURA WHITLEY: Vice-President CHAN POYNER: Secretary VIRGINIA HASKINS! Treasurer BILL GINGER: Sergeant-at-Arms MARCO GARRETT, SARAH NAHIKIAN: Accompanists The Combined Mixed Chorus participated in many programs during the year. Its biggest event in the fall was a concert in Greensboro on November 15. This program premiered the singing of "God's Gran- deur," written for the Chorus and Orchestra by David Maves, the Ford Foundation composer-in-residence sent to Raleigh. Besides this appearance, the Chorus gave several performances for the school: at Thanks- giving, at Christmas, and at Easter. In addition, the Chorus participated, 170 strong, in the District Music Contest in Durham on March 19 and also composed the choir for the Baccalaureate Service for seniors in May. All of the Chorus members are core music students who practice each day under the direction of Mrs. Freeman. 153 Off' Seated: l..inda Sessoms, Gail .McLeod, Mrs. Stephenson, Nancy Haasis, Nancy Barefoot. First row: Ellen Tur- lce ner, Janlce Carter, VlCklC Ringgold, Lyn Robinson, Anne Stephenson, Ann Riley, Kim Issacs, Annette Evans, . Lea Fuller, Jan Squires, Stephanie Dolliner, Nancy Grant. Second row: Mary Carter, Carol Arnaiz, Susan Asslstants Bradshaw, Diane Brownd, Mary Norris Sandra Holsenback, Ann Dail, Gail Schoen. B First row: Chuck Isbell, Freddy Lynn, Rick George, Merl Mangum, Jimmy Rqackley, Tom lfludson, Billy Smith, us Bill McGee, Jerry Thompson. Second row. Ben Murray, Vann Murray, Bennie Simmons, Jimmy Raynor, David . Campbell, Tony Young, Carl Moore, Bill Fishel, Junior Highsmith. Third row: Tommy Hicks, Dan Martin, Drlvers Dewey Williams, Jimmy Wright, Donna Brooks, A1 Andrews, Gary Schell, Art Mathews. r F ,M , Va- 154 Cafeteria Friends I ffWiwW'1W"W"' 5wQJf' 41 ' A:-X , ' A :Y Y ' ly V, . Q' XJ' , . 7 , X- Y Q. ' r l ,. .,,. .. , GX I 5 ff. Y 1, 5 i 1 sz' J: w - The unsung heroes, Everette Dunn and James I, Y' - Kelly. Seth Jones 1 XX X .X X Miss Mary Austin ports True meaning of sportsmanship .... It is like a pendulum swing- ing back and forth, swinging toward good luck or misfortune, swing- ing toward victory or defeat . . . swinging with it, the hopes of Broughton. The crowd. Watching. Electrocuted with intensity. The caps are out there. Fighting, fighting for Broughton. "Go Caps, Go Caps, go, go, gooo."' Hearts live and die. Hopes leap and plunge. Itas all in the game, they say. '4Cheer Broughton High School, Broughton must win, Fight to the finish, never given in .... " But it is more than that. It is a group of boys who fuse their minds and talents in a united effort to do their best. "Were from Broughton, couldn't be prouder .... U Spirit sparkles from excited eyes, screams from hoarse voices, and suddenly there is a purpose for it all, a reason for un- controllable tears when the score goes the wrong way. Athletics is but one phase of the whole, yet it complements the others in its distinction. I f L f E F I f f 1 w Q I 4 ff B . .-pf 7 Coach Clyde Walker, Headg Coach .lim Stutts, Lineg Coach Joel Long, Endsg Coach Frank Steed, J.V. Absent: Ben Tench, J.V.g Ed McLean, Trainer. Www ,V i ootbal 7 1, V4 4 . , Vi: ' a ng is Q , q,f,l-ffLQ5,gM- . H, in , . Q I- 2 ry ' . Q CX NX They say: anytime a coach can win half his games, he's had a fair season .... Year Won Lost Tied Coach 1955 6 2 2 Clyde Walker 1956 7 2 1 Clyde Walker 1957 8 2 0 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 O Clyde Walker 1964 5 5 0 Clyde Walker 1 'fix P ' ' ff - 1 2 , ' f . , ff'fig1,,g- , . 3, V: -1 4' , g-Vfgfi., 0 ' H f riff- w dr' 1, gg 5 V - V11 1 7 . X , ! ft S f 1 'I diff ! 4 r V , E, ,,., ' , ., 'AA 1, M ,Q lf: Qi , -" ' A ' . V ,5 " ff- ,V Q lf 1 A r f' Q, ' fl ,ff .z,c:'31 V , t '1 W V :?..,,. 4 ' V , fy I , V A it f r . 5 , - i ii-v.,qV 4 j - , 3 4'? x Mi: 1 1 Q . ,Q . ' p x ' Q35 "1 qw if 1 - ' " 0? ' " ' 1 YA - . ' ' L ' 'lf "" I 'li ' ' EL ' f 'fi' "' . A-' 1, , V V 1 - ' 'W 'AV,V Q A MQW , 'X . 2 ad, U R-if in X, TE, ' V tx , 1 2, - f' ' Z V with 1 ,X , it . 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N , ,g, . , sg KN ,. ! , , .KQV , , , to if 1 F f I 5 Q , a I ,fg no fi ,V 5 . , V , , MER I gm V s First row, left to right: Bill Keene, Frankie Price, Frank Jolly, Woody Honeycutt, Bob Murray, Robbie Evans, Dan Boone, John Bishop. Second row: Mike Pedneau, Tom Johnson, Champ Mitchell, Marty Cutler, Bob Boone, Dicky Whitfield, Dicky Brant, Tim Rider. Third row: Joe Maughan, Doug Gillis, Neil Brennecke, Larry Giles, John Anderson, Tommy Rickman, Mike Moore, Hal Glover. Fourth row: Charlie Holland, Nicky Lamonte, ,lulian Bunn, Jimmy Seagroves, Bill Lee, Jack Corbell, Don Kelly, Pate Brendle. Fifth row: Chip Separk, Bob Rhyne, Mike Sweat, Mike Woody, Marty Scott, David Stocks, Bob Reverly, Sammy Shaw. Sixth row: Winkie Silver, Randy Cameron, Donald Wagnor, Clay Matthews, Walker, Stutts, Long, Steed. F ., ,-., ,F , , - Broughton Q V 'IIV I f ,?, Q 'Wie' ' A 1 7 vt - 4 Broughton P " We ,"' roug ton 5 iff f tiff' , Broughton ly ,, ,, ,.,' Z' Broughton W ,f , Broughton Broughton 1 XIV , WW Broughton MANAGERS: Dave Smith, Seth Jones, Tom Southerland, Robin Cauthen, George Burrell. Broughton f Broughton Statistics Broughton Opponents 75 812 620 50-134 11 Punts 53-309.26 57-340.24 Fumbles Lost 8 7 Yards Penalized 367 525 First downs 96 Rushing yardage 931 Passing yardage 678 Passes 644-131 Passes Int. by 8 1964 FOOTBALL RESULTS 0 20 13 ........................Greensboro .......Enloe , .......Wilson 10 0 0 0 ....... ....... D urham 18 3 -...... ....... W ilmington O 13 ----... ....... G oldsboro 7 7 ....... ....... G aringer 14. 20 ....... ....... L ynchburg 20 -...... ....... F ayetteville 6 ....... 0 33 27 .......Rocky Mount CO-CAPTAINS: Mike Pedneau, Robbie Evans. O , ,,, . , I . . X - xf ,JN . ,gf Q- X ' "Yfj.f 7 -4 f A N736 V of X X L QE? K ' V it l i 'flkta 1-1 I "'2 ' V K .W 1 1 , 6 If ' 5' Class Junior Junior Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior , ,,. ar , . f Y -' J sf. f. -. j W ,3H,,413'fZ 'ag 3,1 M - -7 'ar-Q . V4 1 ' , - , I 1 ,,v "' 'if-1' A i V 'W M - 7 Q --f N J or fr f ENDS ' A t t I A E No. Name Pos. Ht. N Q ', 1 3 l r. In I 80 Marty Scott .... --E 6 3. " f .- jx, . f ' rift ' ' if N g , 5 81 Michael Moore---E 6 V 9, , f 1 X g gg? Y ,..4 82 chip Separk-----E 6-1 A 1-.71 ' -. Q. "" 4 - ff V 7 , V, 1 A No 5 83 Jack Corbell-----E 6 . , . f . 84 Dickie . - if ' 7' H f' Whitfield -----E 6 ,- in A c. W' . , X ' - ' , f l X. Ai "W M J X N , t lll- ,SA I "" 85 Bobby Boone ----E 6 F - gif l n' , 36 Joe Maughan----E 6-2 f ' Q X J , , 87 Robbie Evans .... E 6-2 ,,,, ff , , 7" -1, . QUARTERBACKS No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class 10 Jim Brandt ..... QB 6 180 Junior 12 Bob Murray .... QB 6-1 165 Senior 14 Charles Holland-QB 6-1 170 Junior 16 Randy Cameron .... QB 6-2 200 Junior , . ' s,.,'.' I ' .g I I af'-j my ' 1 - if , ' E 1,1 , . F3 J - .rg Q-Hgh , ,V 1' , .ill 51 . , Q4 M Ln - ,M 'W 1. r. f .Q f rr - if -' f Q E , "Q -if f ? CENTERS X 1 1 . 4. ' No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class .fi I. xx Q I 50 George Sweat .... C 6-2 180 Junior . - 7 52 Winkie Silver .... C 6 185 Junior Q hx I xg 54 Frankie Price .... C 6 185 Senior ,it Ag R . VJ E H 56 Dan Boone ...... C 5-11 185 Senior 14" ig il? , J 5 M-so fi -lrn - . if An' K -1564551 FULLB No, Name Pos. 30 Bill Lee ......-- FB 32 Bobby Reveley--FB 34 Mike Pedneau--FB 36 John Anderson -FB 160 ACKS H t, W t. Class 5-10 170 Junior 6 180 Senior 6-1 190 Senior 6 190 Junior Lin f GUARDS No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class 60 Ed Shelburne .... G 5-11 185 Junior ,I 6 61 Marty Cutler .... G 5-10 175 Senior 62 Woody Honeycutt ..... G 6 175 Junior 63 Sammy Shaw .... G 6-2 185 Junior 64 David Stocks .... G 5-9 190 Junior 65 Julian Bunn ..... G 6 190 Junior 66 John Bishop ..... G 5-11 200 Senior 67 Frank Jolly ...... G 5-8 220 Junior ftimi , HALFBACKS ., v. ' 1 I I an wil.. ., H1 ' , W ,ra ab 1 'ii i 51. f 1 1 ,,.,1i, 1 f - No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class I-if.. , 4 . -L gig, ' 5'-f ,Y 9 vt I IV. . , My 20 James I Q . , ,, K ff-1 , Seagroves ---HB 5-6 145 Junior ' - ' ' " , X ' V 1 22 Tim Rider ..... HB 5-11 185 senior S ' -J J U 3 i em J gi 24 Larry Giles .... HB 5-10 155 Senior ' ff Q 26 Tommy Z' i Q ', W"Z'i?,k ki , --7 47 3 fy-Q Rickman .... HB 5-8 170 Junior V QW' f' N if f, y r -fx ,Zyl ' at ff Mike Woody ---HB 5-10 160 Junior S H 1 HB 5- 1 1 - ' 1 if 0 , ' 1 ' f teve ag er--- 1 50 Junior L, , , in V4 5 Hudson V X H, 2 H E Stansbury ---HB 5-10 140 Junior 1 ' '-l' ' , N! Q. 40 Ruben Rhyne--HB 5-9 150 Junior 1? 1 , J , ,J 'X ,tt A Q WJ, ?1 ,:,.i N , ,, lf , , ,M ff:-:' wie" ' ' , ', t ' SW! , Q, ""1 , - if f ' Z5 '. 1- , ,,., 1 , . " nt, "" 'f 5' - '9 V I No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Class , A , 1 K 71 Nick LaMonte---T 5-10 195 Junior L li ! -VV, J 1 7 1, 72 Doug Gillis ---.-- T 6 200 Senior . I 2 L. ' V? 73 Clay Matthews---T 6-1 200 Junior f Q - I f f U " fiy, 74 Hal Glover -.-..- T 6 195 Junior Q , ..,,:f'fQ ..,a ,M ,L fff 4 V ' V 75 Don Kelly-------T 6-2 200 Soph. -. f Q ,1., , I Y " 76 Champ Mitchell--T 6-3 215 Senior 5 .',, ' ' if 5 1 'E 5 HX if V- " 77 Bill Keene --...-- T 6-4 230 Senior 6 lf Y 70 Neil V H ' ' , ' Ti Brennecke -.-. T 5-10 190 Junior I W . V ' Co-Captains-Mike Pedneau and Robby Evans iivi Trainer-Ed. McLean A 1 -,1-t A - , lf A 1 ,, 161 0.2 Bill Keene-All-State Robby Evans-All East Frankie Price-Shrine Bowl East-West Game All-State Second Team Honorable mention All-State E eli 'Y 'nw' , W' r -. if ', , I ,xx , V , f ,, I . I I f - F -l 1, i 1a .ff M M Q. A f M, if-W ' it za ye' QBQVA 1 663166 1 , 2 6 in 1 ii' ia I iv ., 'xr 1 I H 154 15 7 1 2 .mer . K' , , ov .1 J Z Q,-If X x 141913, llfv 1 , H 1 1 1 ff 1 W A A 9 lx fl First row: Vance Clayton 1541, David Gardner 1741, Captain, Phil Greer 1241, Co-Captain, Alton Smith 1791, Jimmy King 1391, Tim Howle 11213 Second row: Doug Brewbaker 1701, .IeB Etheridge 1491, Randy Stowe 1591, Bill Dawkins 1501, Tommy Williams 1601, Tomm Mc Culloh 1621 g Third row: Tim Jordan 1291, CHE Guess 1561, Don Kelly 171, Barry Martin 1281, Steve Gray 1711, Randy Gill, Gary Gasperml 1821g Fourth row: Coach Steed, Coach Tench, Ricky Phillips, Reed Lockhart 184-1, Mike Boatman 1681, Jimmy Brown 1301, Jim Ellington 1551, Bruce Whitehead 1511, Sewell Turner 1751. Junior Varsity Football Team JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL RESULTS Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton 7 -------------------......... Rocky Mount 26 -------. ...... W ilson 6 ---..... ...... D urham 34 -------- ...... G oldsboro 26 .-..--.. ...... E nloe 8 -------- ...... W ilmington 13 -------- ...... R ocky Mount 19 -------- ...... F ayetteville 7 0 7 12 0 7 0 20 WNWW- gn- ,-, , MAJORETTES: Left to right: Margaret Mustard, head majoretteg Allison Rose, Kim Isaacs, Martha Rignoy, Judy Wilkerson, Janet Mustard. Majorettes MARGARET MUSTARD, Head Majorette JUDY WILKERSON JANET MUSTARD KIM IsAAcs MARTHA RIGNEY ALLISON RosE MRS. MELTON, Advisor Before school started this year, the marching six were preparing to parade in front of marching band and afternoon the girls practiced so they could stimulate school spirit. Besides marching during half- time at the football games, the majorettes marched in the Homecoming Parade, Christmas Parade, and this year they participated in the Inaugural Parade. 164 Head cheerleader, Kay Lumsden and Lead majorette, Margaret Mustard. With football co-Captains Mike and Chief. 7 S '..-ww V 1 r f f Q, Cheerleaders WHO YA GONNA YELL FOR? BROUGH- TON HIGH SCHOOL And for Broughton High School the 1964-1965 cheerleaders did yell! Tryouts were held on a competitive basis in the early spring last year with each girl doing two cheers of her choice. The girls were required to have at least an 82.5 average. Those chosen were Kate Johnson, Kay Lumsden, Virginia Byrum, and Barbara Wall from the senior classg Geor- gette Kahdy, Chan Poyner, and Jill Thurlow from the junior classg and Vickie Gorrell and Julie Marshall from the sophomore class. Kay Lums- den was elected head cheerleader and Mrs. Sandy Baker served as advisor. The group began its practice the last week in August, going to Long Beach to work on old cheers and learn new ones. Throughout the school year the girls also practiced every Thursday after school. Despite the fact that the Caps did not have a winning season, the cheer- leaders were always present to promote and maintain school spirit, en- thusiasm and good sportsmanship. Cheer Broughton High School CHEERLEADERS: Georgette Kahdy, Julie Marshall, Vicki Gortell, Kay Lumsden, Barbara Wall, Kate Johnson, Virginia Byrum. Absent Jill Thurlow, Chan Poyner, , X 0 A ,, I f Q . ,,,..,,,. . ,....,...,.., , , , V W ' 'Nj H ' M ,r,.4munK9,,'fiQ7 1. V, 1, ff . f 'ffwwv' , Q if it J ,. xx NN .a V fx 5 f ' li 1 T 2 I i 1 .K Y liz! A j .L O ki x L Z A ,fi-Q Rider. Se First row: Joe Maughan, Randy Cameron, Dennis Vick, Tim ray, John Anderson. Third row: Alan Morrison, Jimmy Jeff Leggett, Coy Emory, Phil Watkins, David Kesterson. Varsity Basketball Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton 71 .... .... 59 .... .... 61 .... .... 55 .... .... VARSITY RECORD --------------Grimsley ---.. ----Burlington Greensboro Burlington East Mecklenburg ---- ----Garinger Goldsboro Enloe j::Rocky Mount ---- ----Durham ---- ----Fayetteville Wilson Wilmington Goldsboro ---- ----EnIoe Rocky Mount Durham 51 .... .... W llson Fayetteville Wilmington CONFERENCE PLAYOFFS 59 ,,,,,,..,,.... Wilmington Fayetteville Rocky Mount ries, Rick V 'CE-? condlrow: Pete Maravich, Ronnie Vance, Shelburne Brannon, Bob Mur- Stalhngs, Greg Crampton, Dickie Smith. Fourth row: Ed McLean, Don BASKETBALL In 1964-65, Broughton had a new coach, Ed Mc- Lean, and Pete Maravich, a senior, who was the highest scorer the school has ever had. The record of 9 wins, 14 losses does not tell the story. MANAGERS: Coy Emory, Phil Watkins and David Kesterson. cs ,MK 133 5 N--4 'rr' J MAPS 32 1 MA S M33 ...Lt f EXW? E2 fl First row: Mike Thompson, David Wright, Drew Wood, Keith Valentine, and Steve Williams. Second row: Coach Leggett, Barry Martin, Jim Brown, and Danny Thorne, and Danny Tutor. Third row: Phil Watkins, Coy Emmory-Managers. Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton 341 ..... 47 ..... 36 ..... 46 ..... 47 ..... 52 ..... 57 ..... 46 ..... 67 ..... Junior Varsity Basketball ..---Crimsley ---- --Grimsley ------BurIington -- ----Burlington ------Go1dsboro - - --- -Enloe ------Rocky Mount -- - - -Durham ------Fayettevi11e J. V. RECORD 56 Broughton 73 Broughton 59 Broughton 38 Broughton 32 Broughton 54 Broughton 45 Broughton 56 Broughton 72 Broughton 67 .... Wilson 80 Wilmington 72 -..---Goldshoro 53 - - -- -Enloe 85 -----Rocky Mount 66 -----Durham 83 -----Wilson 59 ---- -Fayetteville 69 -----Wilmington 70 167 1 if , . 'jg ff ,g V- az . ,U ' if 5 1 fwwfwfw Vw , wwf WM ,Y- ,Lf 1 4. , fi ,vi n we ,E lm? Look who is grabbing for the ball. N ON -CONF ERENCE In non-conference play, Broughton played four games. They won over Grimsley, and East Mecklenburg and lost to Caringer and Grimsley. It was after the second game with Grimsley coach McLean said "Pete Maravich proved tonight he's the complete basketball player." At this time Pete had scored 100 points in three ball games. Coach Ed McLean Assistant Coach Donald Leggett if we ,lrkl I M ,V N .,44if"" .Lnv"""- This is the way Randy Cameron looks when the ball gets away. Km. 17 H ,gmnusg .is 'Sw mxmw-N"?cfl - ,, fy E if ! , X li QM' S4 hx.. Pete Maravich gets between tall ones . . . Crampton tries in the toss . . . Smith of Broughton vs. Bailey of Enloe. . . . With this shot -Pete Maravich of Broughton High hits 1,001 points in two year career .... lt takes him only three seconds to race down court, lay up 1,001 points. Wilson players are Tommy Davis C35l and .limbo Powell MU. Davis watches helplessly as ball drops. Ulugh Cashion Photosl I I ' ' an-uganllhnng -uwvmwm , , -'rm N an ly , fly , L I I Y- Nvuai avti- wt ZW' A r' j I in A .4'mz,-55,41 1 f " f A 1 B 'Ao , -im , . X.. or 1 J ' , af' 1 , Y , 5 rf"-'T Xxtxlj J L - gf 2 'M tus XY' y y -,,,. 0 2 A X LAPS X , V I I, ,I I hi 'i I' 'v s g zu f , fi , N .. 4 A ' Y - W. Q. Q s V I L V i, ' Vr A 1 A V, I . MU' ' t I f eg , 1 ,J ' X kl -X ' , : y , 1 Q 9 ,I Wu' ' - . ' f ' f ig X .o 4 I ea 5 gy, 5 M 6 V Lv , ,I f : H s. ' ' ' sf ' 1 Q ,, ' ' I E' sg I Ri Jaxx - 'f 4 5 is I , if X 1 X X S f X 1 X V -4 CONFERENCE One new team, Enloe of Raleigh, was added to the Conference schedule. Broughton won one and Enloe the other. During the season Broughton had the satisfaction of winning over Enloe, Burlington, Goldsboro, Wilmington, and Durham. They never made it against Rocky Mount and Fayetteville the top two teams of the conference. No other team had a Pete Maravich. ln spite of his fantastic scoring ability, Broughton was not on top in conference play. In conference playoffs Broughtonis hopes for ven- gence were sparked by a win over Wilmington. But then there were losses to Fayetteville and Rocky Mount. The final standing in Eastern 4-A put Brough- ton in fifth place. . X X . ,A 4" 2 tv X A 2 mr 5 QLMSXQ' rt x ,I ag 3 . .Af V , t2 r 3' p fs Q C X, 3 i N 'Vp wa.-v F " r . J Q9 sv it . XX! , 1, 5 4 1 I 1965 BROUGHTON WRESTLING TEAM First row: Tom Blalock, 95, Steve Finkner, 1035 Glen Lucas, 1203 Joel Watson, 1273 Bran- son Bruce, 133, John Smith, 139. Second row: Joe Neal, 1543 Jack Corbell, 1803 Nick Lomonte, Unlimited, Julian Bunn, 197, Don Wagoner, 165, Roy Fleming, 145. Third row: Mike Stevenson, Henry Litchford, Neil Brennecke, John Pritchard, Merle Mangum, Terry May, Russell Whitaker, Bill Blackman, Ralph Schiller, Winky Silver, Bill Cutler, John Rachal, Cliff Guess, Scott Hunnicutt, Tom Southerland, Mike Wilson, Craig Unwin. Wrestling Please make him stop! MX ml 6 'A Si. is in Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton ............ 1964-'65 WRESTLING RESULTS Enloe ................ Rocky Mount .... Goldsboro ........ Durham ...... Cary ...... Goldsboro .. Cary ................ Rocky Mount .... Enloe ................ Durham ............ Sectional Tournament: Broughton 9. Goldsboro w1n ner 80 points. Other scores not listed. -xx ot let you go' PLY 11 Date Day March 19 Friday 20 Saturday 30 Tuesday April 2 Friday 6 Tuesday 9 Friday 13 Tuesday 15 Thursday 21 Wednesday Baseball eam Coach: J im Stutts 1965 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Opponent State Frosh State Frosh Wilson Fayetteville Vvilmington Enloe Goldsboro Rocky Mount Durham Site Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Away 23 27 30 May 4- 7 11 14 Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Friday Wilson Fayetteville Wilmington Enloe Goldsboro Rocky Mount Durham Home Home Away Home Away Away Home First row: Dennis Vick, Mike Jordan, Jimmy Herring, Vann Murry, Bob Murray, Tom Johnson. Second row: Ronnie Wilson, Bobby Reveley Kenan Brock, Jimmy Murray, Steve Haywood, Mike Brannan. Third row: Jim Brown, Danny Hamilton, James Eason, Ronnie Vance Tommy Bello, Ray Cooksey, Rulfin Brannan, Coach Stutts. ' x J, 1 CZ: 4-cv X ,,f 'i cfs ,Me Left to right: Tom Norris, Dev Joslin, Robby Evans, Frank Powers, Johnny Warner, Chip Lewis, Tom Kelly, Larry Kennedy, J im Brisbois, Dickey York, Steve Bogenshultz, Art Raymond, Julian Bunn, David Rowland. Date March 16 26 April 2 9 13 Day Tuesday Friday Friday Friday Tuesday Golf Team Coach: Clyde Walker Broughton Home Matches were at the Carolina Country Club Opponent Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference 1965 GOLF SCHEDULE Site Date Day Rocky Mount 23 Friday Wilmington 29 Thursday Durham Fayetteville May 6 Thursday Raleigh CRCCJ 14--15 Mon.-Tues. Opponent Conference Conference Conference State Meet Site Raleigh QCCCJ Wilson Goldsboro Chapel Hill 175 "4-wx. 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Fourth row: Drew Wood, Belton Jones, Tonny Maupin, Woody Huband, Mike Woody, Bill Lee, Danny Thorne, Carlton Upchurch, Bill Berry, Doug Norris. Fifth row: Clay Matthews, Bruce Legates, Mike Sweat, Bill Keene, John Rochelle, Shelburne Brannan, Cary Holloway, Ted Margession, Bob Tallaksen. Date Day March 25 Thursday April 1 Thursday 8 Thursday 17 Saturday 22 Thursday 23 Friday 29 Thursday May 7 Friday 176 rack Team Head Coach: Ed McLean Assistant Coach: Don Leggett BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL 1965 TRACK SCHEDULE Opponent Site Jacksonville Home Cary-Wilson Home Durham-Enloe Home Duke Durham Relays Durham Fayetteville Fayetteville Queen City Relays Charlotte State Frosh Home Sectionals Home Date Day Opponent Site 14 Friday Conference Meet Fayetteville 21 Friday State Meet Home All Home Meets run at the N. C. State College Track. Date Day March 19 Friday 22 Monday 241 Wednesday 30 Tuesday April 2 Friday 6 Tuesday 8 Thursday 13 Tuesday 15 Thursday 21 Wednesday Opponent Enloe State Frosh Carolina Frosh Wilson Fayetteville Wilmington Durham Goldsboro Rocky Mount Durham Tennis Team Coach: Frank Steed 1965 TENNIS SCHEDULE Site Home Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Home Away First row: John Johnson, Bob Dunn, Ken Rand, Jim Fontaine, Jah Hendrickson, John Doe, John Byrd. Second row: Mike Bowman, Jerry Cobb, Bill Ross, Ken West, Fred Crouch, Tom Daniel, .Joe Seegers, Mr. Steed. Date Day Opponent Site 23 Friday Wilson Home 27 Tuesday Fayetteville Home 30 Friday Wilmington Away May 5 Wednesday Goldsboro Away 7-8 Fri.-Sat. Sectionals Goldsboro 11 Tuesday Rocky Mount Away 14-15 F ri.-Sat. State Meet Chapel Hill All Home Matches were played at Broughton Tennis Courts at 2:00 P.M. with the exception of the Enloe Match which was scheduled for 3:00 P.M. 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Being there to help the float take shape or helping the 'cLooking Glassv become a reality or a million other activities that shift Broughton into high gear, all are cloaked opportunities looking for clients. Enthusiasm is the bud of features, friendship, the fruit. In every heart, there is a feature, but only the willingness to share it with others can bring it out. And so it is, "Memory does not allow us to choose", we reach for a shining moment and are pricked by the sharp edge of a Broughton dream .... A JcwLLh 0 X969 xiao! fwgicwc-E PVWCIZU 'lie JTQWAVJQQWQQVH ,,wQcfMQLfi6-Q2a7w4f,,e :Vee mee C fg704f5p' ' vflfwwas AL' 596646 if 5 'K-Hifi QVV6, Qi 178 77fg'54fuf.e X v ,1 'rx W 'N ' ' ' M 9114.1 if L1 .AL MOOC 43914 QV' 013-f+:QJfQ,Pw- 'X ,fyff-n. . ji .IN fi f' . .,..,,.. Y? i ,,, f " l r . Q "' . u '. ffl 5, , SPONSORS: Huston Paschal, Junior Classg Carol Anderson, Varsity Football Team, Linda Rand, Senior Class, Mary Poyner York, Junior Varsity Football Team, Karen Ulberg, Student Council, Bettie Fontaine,,Sophomore Class. Homecom ing-1964 Joe Jenkins, chairman of our 1964 Homecoming, sought to prove Friday the thirteenth is not always an unlucky day. His vivacious committee was behind him throughout the entire month of preparations. Suddenly the spirit of the festivities got in to everyone's bloodstream and before Joe could catch his breath, he discovered the entire student body was bending over backward to lend him aid. Homeroom float chairmen tried to out-do one another with eye- catching float slogans. After choosing a slogan, the dreadful question arose-Where do we get a truck or trailer to put this thing on? After the panic arising from this question was settled, students, as well as teachers, pitched in to make their float the most original and elaborate in the parade. Chicken wire and purple and yellow Kleenex were searched for in every store, house, and alley in town. Twelve o'clock Thursday night arrived with floats only half completed. In despera- tion, students worked Friday during the day to finish the precious floats by the deadline. Would Friday the thirteenth really be unlucky for the Caps? Would the floats go down Fayetteville Street unfinished? Fortunately luck prevailed. By 3:30 in the afternoon, Mike Jordan, the float chairman, saw 72 lovely, completed floats pull away from the Broughton athletic field and head for Memorial Auditorium. The tension had ceased, and everyone could breathe freely again. lt looked like a splendid Homecoming, despite the date. The Hospitality Committee made and sold miniature purple and gold corsages and the Projects Committee sold Homecoming pennants. . During the halftime, the sponsors were brought onto the field in luxu- rious convertibles. The marching band and the majorettes formed various modes of transportation for the sponsors to step from within to be presented to Broughton students, parents, and past graduates. Friday the thirteenth drew to a close and everyone departed to his home-tired and ready to dream of Homecoming 1964-one to be long remembered by all. Mr. Holyfield, with Chairmen Joe Jenkins and Mike Jordan. 180 . . . Rocky . . Golden flowers for the girls, fragrant with the Broughton Spirit. Q., 1 'I' ff" 'Q VV Mud 'UQ' 5 1 wi '4"' , f-1 . W. ., K . . . Senior smiles slowly dissolved, realizing it was the last Broughton homecoming in a year full of lasts. 2 on -i f If I 44 as Mountain Fever was our disease and our Broughton, the only cure. A, . 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Folk singers, demon- strations, and horns all added to the attraction. Jule Mann and Bill Carmichael spoke for John- son, while Gus Anderson and Robert Casey spoke 182 1 'sr t .. f' sf And so it was, Hurricane Coldwater. . . . for Goldwater. The qualifications, policies, and traits of the candidates were enumerated. Speeches were interrupted by yelling, clapping, and stamping as students agreed or disagreed. We left the gym and went to our polls to vote. Most students knew which candidate they felt was most qualified, but others were still pondering over the question. The final count indicated 1,121 votes for Johnson, 894 for Goldwater. The electoral vote favored Johnson 380.5 votes to 157.5. The decision had been made and taken extremely seriously by every student. And politics the Broughton way. . . Saw them all and heard the echo of destiny. ,f. Y 1 . . . There's a long tall Texan . . . the banners, the smiles, the frowns-we My Quaeb 1 . - And suddenly there were Johnson girls as only Broughton could present them. Mann. Q, nf? L Y . . . "Ten little Americans standing in a row"-the plot thickened. 183 ,, gr X f x Q - 0 1 4 kai' 1 R . , . 1. 'F"'t 1' T3 H l r-1 ' VL' ? ff !' 3" E, '3fiWq4i,:g4 1 ., .,,,.,,., ' :agp ,- ,A -1- 'T' - -so mwuu-1 QUEEN OF HEARTS-1965 . . '6Fairy tales can come true, They can happen to you, If youire young at heartf' For weeks, 'gthrough the Looking Class" had been only a dream, but suddenly we awoke amidst a wonderland of breath-taking fantasy. By miracles, known but to a few, the gym had been transformed into a palace of splendor, and our classmates had become images of elegance. 184 4...-.-......i,, vw ' For a week the Queen of our Hearts, Kate John- son, the Maid of Honor, Laura Whitley, and her Court lived in a royal kingdom of their own. On Friday, February 12, they invited us to enter through their looking glass and share with them the splendor of their world. Spellbound, we viewed the flower bedecked archway leading to the exquisite domain of our Queen. Suddenly from within the archway stepped living beauty. The Court and the Maid of Honor, clothed in regal attire, walked slowly down the red carpet to the heart in the center, where each girl met her escort. Together, they completed the F5 ia 563 -WX V' 'T' MP 1. . 'FF 'TH --W.. .. . Hg.-f'5t.,ft4. sm- ..-- promenade to the land of make believe. Then the Queen of Our Hearts, Kate Johnson, appeared with all the grace and charm we had imagined. No one dared to blink an eye for fear of losing sight of her enchantment. The pleasure of her company could be seen on every face as we nodded our approval. Mike Kenfield, president of the senior class, escorted her to her throne where he crowned her our Queen. As Queens should be, Kate was entertained by the finest performers in the land. Donna Crisp opened with a song, followed by an acrobatic dance by Anne Peacock. This jovial affair ended with singer Mary Jo Moore accompanied by the "Shades Combof, Suddenly we realized it was time to leave this world for the moment and return to the present. How- ever, the next night everyone was again allowed to enter the looking glass. This time every girl present would be a princess and her escort would be her prince. The "Counts Four Combov made dancing under an archway available for everyone-and on this night everyone was royally entertained by sen- sational performers. Thus the night ended for the young at heart-an evening to be long remembered as one of enchantment. 185 X Ffa? 2 :iq igw,,, 53 'mr Q www: W, A xi' ifagx , 'ff ,,,,f4q , Mum yy. s si Fixffsf ml if Queen of Uur Hearts KATE JOHNSON Escorted by Senior Class President Mum KENFIELD ,ffffew QQ ll-.. K S'-Iv. E1 4 Maid of Honor LAURA WHITLEY Escorted by MIKE MCINTYRE V 1 C A N, gal gf of'-. so 'ef Q4-1 il .4 9 .4 1'- 187 F X 2 x . - 4 ,Q-Afv P "" ' :ff It 177251 , XY, V s V ,V , xxx f aut I I l I I I 1 I ,J Wy' - -Lk , z4Ax."4ig2:: j 1 N, If JA M yt? , x- M 1 Q H' N ,gf ' -M P , N iw Y , Max , 'lx' 'mf rl' 5 V OU. . 'I 1 I AX ., 1' I BETSY HAYES ANN WHITAKER Escorted by Escorted by DAN BYRUM BOB FINCH av- ,, , - gg- 'JW 1+ v' 3 'EMTWWQ ig G 3 W MW? ' , ww V . 'U W' ., QQ Wm, M. , ff i'1f..w-fm I W WWWW' mm ' X . qDW ww. L-JM x ,fwm "'f2'f'.i' 222575 mnmgmmfkww, ww x 144.0 ' Ma? NW, f L7 ' ,, Mwm:-ww,.1' 5. Wo mmf 3? rj., - f , ' , gf f-' 677' X ,f a A A , Y , Q 9 QQ' lib X W 1. E Q we . i w, ,, g-x jf 5 if'5"SR R. V R R'-R . Y .' Tv" X :' -8 A 1 K ,X V, H., - CAROL ANDERSON Escorted by DONNIE PIKUS E iff! xxx 'f 4 j.. ' , ff 5 Lv,,5,f-1.4 W, ,, - xk! XNKKWT, 2 Fda' 5 A A . fx R 3 .Q S. f 5'TT vs?" 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' A ix S us? fit X! 991-f it 9 UM, :E 2-Q Q X at Once again the teachers sought to prove their youth and athletic ability to the students in the Student-Faculty Olym- pics. Unfortunately, the "elders" were awake until the wee hours of the morning after the games soaking their feet, applying liniment to their joints, and nursing their corns and bunions! The following day, the teachers came drag- ging to school with stiii backs and aching bones. Generally the "has beens" held up under the strain of the games, but at one critical moment, when the score was tied, the Witches screamed out: "Rip 'em up, Tear 'em up, Give 'em all F's!" Highlights of the evening included Miss Walker's "superb" volleyball game, 'gTugboat" Steed and "Clean Clothes" Baker Hying down the gym on three legs, and the students and faculty in a "football pile up" during the basketball game. Nevertheless, everyone left the Olympics realizing that we have "real champsv for teachers and classmates. x , 1 W ' 0 L Y 1 M P I C S W , O 1 9 6' 5 1 I 195 Mr. and Miss Needham Broughton KATE JOHNSON and MIKE KENFIELD y ?fff!fw'7 ' IW f I, ,f,,, ,X J, +V H ff, f 'fn fy 5' Eff, MMA Zn f ' Y fm ,V w f f H ffmfg, 1 f fd ,a4,f,1,, ff, f, 4,,!,,4 f ,O 037 1622730 'W X m,y4.Mfzm.W,, f I , wwf, 1 W, , mgfff if ' f f f ,W 5 Q ZW4Zg7f2n M, , , ' ' cf , ,, ,fdff fwf zy' f,f,wNfi94 1, f ,X , f ,,, vw M ' ,,mf,,W,W, X bv! 'ff wif' Zff , M, , ,, ,VW ffffy f MW , 1 ,, iw! f 7,5f,,gf, 11 w fd , f M, Cf 4 fy 71, Q I f ,- z 3 I ! 'E Scholarship NANCY GRANT and NEILL WATSON ,X .1 fl Q! ,ifi IE!!!-IJ 'I 1 1 .I ' ji , 1 Axi. L I +2 3 i ' F5 95 1f Versatility BUNKY KING and KAY LUMSDEN WG 'N1'g.,L.! 'Fw- S J ff X folk? Z 3 1 5' wt ,5?'k- Q,,..,.,.m.Mw r ,num ,vm ,NAI 'NJ Belle and Beau ELAINE SMITH and CHIPPER OGBURN X- " 1-m-N' I . ,t ,, 4 " 5 5,1 if ' J v 1 r 5 . . n Ns - K U We ,dw NN we -N, ' 4,1 if 'vt Q A , 'A s n t gf s I' , A 4 Ak I ' v , xi 3 3 'kg' A ' K. I I Q T X .- 1 A Q , . ' I xfi' 'iv Q 1 V , . 4 M 6 Q K L . .xg , ,Yi 5 ik 3+ ' x Qffk N3 ' " ' Ve, ly , P! x., ri... V V . J ,. 6'b-yn' . M1311 . .-v if 1 J, ., ,ha 6 .sf f. v. mx. s ,' ,fl ' -3,1 ' -f1't.f if and A .'in"v-' 'A'.s. ." . ., ,ki , h V. . A g ' . N qkvqtj-c.Nf,-'.1a"f-yE.jA', 3 5 7 -A - - is E A A 'Aj eww. rf or so if M is tv-A me :iifig Qt. ...t 943011 ap more QLULQJ ali. tml Rl, e ' dluujig i,f1o3f axsef-cQfw -Oflqflj Remember . taigjmtg aftarm if art MQ , ,Q JJJju,af Lug, Q ADL we 0 Z. pd - . J ' it Qcf13e47i.9e mm tm, Q September . . . a new beginning, a new outlook on life. We welcomed Muriel, our French exchange student and with heavy hearts said good-by to Kurt and Laura who left us for study abroad. Politics dominated our life as President and Mrs. Johnson arrived in town. The government classes staged a political rally and mock election that made us all feel responsible for our country's future. The Honor Society and Service Club symbolized to us the highest achievements at Broughton and it was with pride and deep emotion that we watched our friends increase each club's membership. Through the efforts of several students a new club was born-the Health Careers Club. Halloween and a hilarious band half-time show at the football game went hand-in-hand this year. Homecoming, without rain, swept everyone up in a Hurry of excitement and plans. Another first in 1964 was the Homecoming dance which featured the "Fabulous Five." Seniors worried and fretted about College Board Examinations while juniors and sophomores re- mained carefree spirits of Broughton. Anastasia and Llil Abner attracted many of us as did the orchestra and choral ensemble programs. History was again ours when, in December, the new school flag was unfurled at a pep rally. Proudly, the Purple and Gold colors now fly in the gym. 1964 closed with a proud Broughton tradition?-the Snowball Dance. The old year faded quietly but the new year with its promises of the future arrived midst tin horns and paper hats. 1965 brought the classes together in a unity not previously experienced. From money-making proj- ects to service projects the classes worked together Je-KK' dscoafcofa and helped each other. Seniors began to feel more like seniors and graduation became a not-too- distant-reality. A new sport, wrestling, found enthusiastic fans for itself in 1965. Sports occupied the spotlight most of the year. Dancing, a perennial favorite, maintained its popu- larity as the "jerk,' and the "dog" joined the ranks of the younger setters. Honors and outstanding achievements in fields of art, writing, and scholarship won by classmates stimulated pride and honor in school and fellow class members. A blanket of snow brought a welcome reprieve from homework and studies as we brushed cobwebs off our sleds and waxed the runners in preparation for our surprise holiday. Early in February, the seniors chose a little boy with an elfin grin for their class mascot. The annual Student-Faculty Olympics were the fun- niest ever, especially the tug-of-war. Raleigh was treated to a new slate of city officials as students took over on Student Government Day. The Senior Prom . . . climax to three years at Broughton. Atlantic Beach once again welcomed us on Senior Weekend and no one got any sleep, only sunburn. Clubs and organizations elected next year's leaders. School was nearing its close. Class night, the seniors, night, incorporated all our activities, all our memories into a rollicking play. Graduation . . . not only the end, but also the be- ginning. Seniors bid good-byg juniors and sopho- mores grow up. . . . And the future now becomes the present . . . 203 LA X x , N 5 Y 9.1 X - if ' x .g ff V J' A 3 A .M ' 4 M' W M , NW ffl j JJ' WW 1"-J Vw" , 12' Jff 1 " Q27 ' www Q -. VJJ' ,MJ X mxs,3LXA A ' fx ji, Y A' N ' Al,.1'x u 9 bf if J-15 ff N , , H' ' ' J -v' - - . .J 'Mjf X: IGM wfxjvx ,N ,. In Q ,OL Q x ,La V U11 ww V 1 ,I I, , , ' f fb! DJ r GP' C T bv fn, J ' G y 7" ,N Ayy' i V 9 ' . V" .. 'J' 'V ' -An ' I ,-,fn xl J' .li f- f JJ gl mf ' EVIL' aj X W rx x ' W fu ' , A Ll 3,11 F AQ u wry L, rv Aj, We x If 1 if J f LJ ,J UV jf P V fd ff? , , Q J., Q Q, 'W v - f M ww , an ,, fy , K 35. W, , hx ,qi A 13 ' ' 1.4 ' . x ." X NV f .K we 'ff7'?, ko A W if N A 3 V if-if " z 4, , ,- - K ' 1? . is ' Q fb- , If T 'Ms' ,mx .,, 3 ' " Q A if . fi-. is ' x J! K 5 Mann Mg. f, 4, ,, ,, W ,T Afterword "For I am a part of all that I have met, Yet all experience is an arch wherethrough Gleams that untraveled world whose margin fades Forever and forever when I move . . .' Through the LATIPAC-1965, the journalism classes have attempted to include all of the ex- periences of the school year here at Broughton. There were times of excitement, sadness, joy, des- pair, hope, disappointment, and always a time of remembering. W e have worked hard to in- clude all of these aspects for, through the year, they have become our very own. Remembering the words of Tennyson, we, too, feel that each is a part of all that he has known here. However, Tennyson does not end with these words, instead he continues, saying that '6All experience is an arch wherethrough gleams that untraveled world whose margin fades forever and forever when I move." So then, do not dwell too long, remembering past days, but look to the future and the many things it offers: For the Senior, there is the prospect of entering a 'anew worldl' filled with professors, quizzes, fraternities, and sororitiesg the Junior, after two years of waiting, will, in short time, be able to say that he is the 'cupperclassmanng and the Sophomore, after having endured a year of Hharassmentf' finally will have that feeling of belonging. And so, this record of the year is left with you in hopes that you, too, will find something in it that will make you stop, and remember, and be glad that you were a part of Broughton in 1964-65. Before I close, I would like to take just a minute to thank all of those people who gave much of their time in helping to make this an- nual possible: All of the interest classes that spent the entire year writing copy and identifying pictures, and especially the seventh period core class that worked constantly drawing layouts and proof- reading copy 5 Bruce Straughan, who worked with the Sports Section, Sue Burroughs, Miriam Friedlander, Helen Ienrette, and Hannah Nicholson, whose flair for writing was put to good use g Hayes Kennedy and Elaine Smith, who were willing to do many of the "less desirablev jobs, which, nevertheless, had to be done g Bryan Green, who realizing that it took money to print an annual such as this, sold an over- whelming number of ads, Burnie Batchelor and lim Goble, who were always ready to help with not only taking pic- tures, but having them ready in time to meet the deadlines, even when I was late, Gene Duncan, our photographer here at school, who produced the impossible when I asked for it, Mr. Paul H och and I eff H ill from Edwards and Broughton, who turned our tears into smiles when big problems arose, All of the teachers, who never complained when I was late to class or kept someone else from class to make pictures g Miss Paschal, who not only taught us fournal- ism, but taught us the importance of taking re- sponsibility ourselves, And last, my family and friends, who listened tirelessly to my ideas and plans and offered many invaluable suggestions. No one can ever know the hours that were spent in creating this annual and working out all of the tiny details, but now that it is all over, I can count this as one of the most enriching experi- ences of my life. My only regret is that more peo- ple could not have worked with me in producing the LATIPAC-1965. Have a wonderful summer, and may the Good Lord bless and keep you until we meet again. Martha Bruce Hughes 205 A l :X .XL Mx 1 J Qu , ! ,J G 4 Q L? 1 I 9 J D iq 3 Y C91 W 51' 3 92 1 N V! ,VI X B 0 l H 9 w 1 9 1 Q 1 Z ,Q 9, , j c t I 9? i' is , Y J 0 J 0 ' wi Ad vertisemen ts Shopping is a necessary part of the Broughton world. Nothing can be finer than to shop in Carolina on a lazy Saturday afternoon. For your shopping convenience meet the LATIPAC advertisers. Advertise your intelligence: Support them. Happy Summer! x 0 JJ Magi frxpoy jay Q of .aff ggi sfffgfiffeiliff Q ivyffffi'4Qff3.?fvQf'Qt5Xi:1SD GKQQQVSUQWS 206 56 r Y . 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