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

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Broughton High School RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA ELLEN BETTS, Editor ' MARY DEE THEIM, Business Manager Miss LAURA HELEN PASCHAL, Advisor Foreword NEEDHAM BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL 1929-1969 by CARL FREEDMAN . Introduction From the mundane horror of the Great Depression To the Kafkan horror of Vietnam: Forty years of national crisis, more often than not filtering down To a place originally tand ineptlyb yclept The New High School of West Raleighg Today no longer the little red school house ' But a living, breathing institution With all the prestige, red tape, gran- deur, mistakes, history, memory, and -through the dark-the occasional glory Of an institution. qemme, fT!:5 BEEJJ G1QeA'r KNOUUING' ijgq IA! CH65fY7l577QH CLFGSV Gsm Tf-11:5 ge-AQ. HAVE A IUICQ 1 summea Amo were fr Easy, 1 TQS1 OW' FOQ QHSFEETEHLL New l yeas' reefs QF wok 76615 , , , f OJUO M947 Needham B. Broughton High School . . . 27 acres . . . cost l JQHM f-fofooofv 1 Contents W l Administration, Page 18 C W Classes, Page 28 H Organizations, Page 88 1 Sports, Page 126 Features, Page 150 Advertisements, Page 176 1 L - 29 1 4? 1 'L .Wk B..- A nd 576,912 . . . cost of building 3545363 . . Q. date of construction 1929. may KMQWQQ ,A U QNYQM w-,L . . ,T X -X - x X5 , fx -, fb 7-W'-4 -.. KX lynx XN-QX55, XL K'-Q X ,, , X 's wry-. 1 , K X N, ax X tx luv Ll .1 'T 5 ki. N!",X"'--Hwy 'L Lf G -Hurt .G ff. u ,, gs .- t' U 1 3 jak X 2? .I Ax fl' f 5 lj T T . ,- 'X . QJXK if I tfxwif' ,FYR fr' 'IYJQX -Q , J fx Q X . lf , "Yu LAL, sv li. jx x X 4 5 q J " " Q l f-5. nl . ' 'J J 1 1 Y il: LF, tx ""' 4 Jlfv. 9, IJ, .fl 5? ,,,,,' wwizif -, 4,9 ?faw:w -- its? 'Hz I 1 'lx l ' . . K V-JS . m H H-'L V 'Pl-111111 H 'NVLDHAM H B'?0l,'GHTON HIGH SCHOOL . A .la -A--1' 14 M-v 5 .- . , 1 , . 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Nixon Ted Kennedy Ousfs Long i Manly cloudy, cold lhnugh u- lmrvav with snow nv alan pcnihly -ina -in .-an sqannan, um ea- uy .na nan., mum-. mu of Murine: lriving :onliviom lo- -.a,m. nz. gum. :oss mm IOH6 nnighig 5096 mmmw. vol. az, No. J Phone azz-4411 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, Scoii Seis 4 Bro WEATHER nd warmer iodly. Sli- Yn"'d'7l' Gnu' rily cloudy and warm e 1 3 Q : r Y 7 G g r IM. 0' sh.w'rL Law 1 3 7 5 today, 42: high, 78. 7 VO' CCW No 124 52 Pages Today Raleigh, N C, Friday, November 'l, 1968 'IMIII Year Daily 'l0e,Sundey1 Bombing Haltef X-11 :ea-Z: -f' - Remembe, A A Q - 'E-2.-: .ES X as ,, g Plan for -wmmaygigp L- iefieesssrs-A p5A1 'ii 1 -- - 3 l ..... - . Homecoming Volume XXXIII NEEDHAM BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL, RALEIGH, N. C. 27605, OCTOBER 11, 1968 Ili ' 52 , No. 2 1798 Enroll as Broughton Begins 40th New Principal l enafe Democrafic Caucus ' TIMES Vioosi, JANUARY 3,1969 as me- may T' fe" Goals for Slate Year: Sanderson High Shares Sante Roof Steve Aldret Needham B. Broughton opened for the 1968-1969 year with an 'enrollment of l,798. There are 580 Seniors, 616 Juniors, 635 Sopho- mores, and 39 special education students. The drop in enrollment is caused by the new high school, San- derson. Confusion reigns at Broughton High School this all, and for a good reason: Two schools are sharing the same roof. Because of Sanderson High School's late Enishing, it was neces- sary to allow those students who will attend Sanderson make use-of the Broughtnn's facilities. The girls gym was made into temporary classrooms over the sum- mer. These classrooms are similar to those in the auditorium which were built last year. In addition, several trailers have been provided for Sanderson's use. The parking lot, too, has been affected by the overcrowding. Broughton students have been forced to give up their spaces for Sanderson teachers. Thus, the num- ber of students owning spaces is smaller than last year. The library at Broughton also lends its facilities to Sanderson stu- Therefore, books become dents. quite scarce when over three thou- sand people hue access to them. Also shared is e PA. system, the hook shelves, and the playing fields. The best exam e of the con- fusion can probagly be seen at the lunch periods. A little over a thousand le eating limch at the PWP same time is quite hectic. The Cafe- teria staff manages to feed them all. Through all this, however, the two schools have cooperated excel- lentliy with each other, and until San erson opens later inthis year, Broughton will remain crowded but still livable. O CITY EDITION . ' ' ii "A1lthe News ii3T.3'I"fi'lTi'If"LIi'2i"l"zg.J,'E21E5 , Q ' f , 1 4- : r Thi' S FW 'O Punt' :Gif p'2u"'G.sf"ffL.i .. pu. sl VOL'cXVH,WNo.,0,,,5 . ...n.,...'JZ.1-...a....,, -New yoxx, SATURDAY DECEMBER za, ms- 10 CENTS A TRO AUT BACK AF LYFROMMOO I PLA H DOW 4 MILES FROM C RRIERg A LU AR LA DIN G I UMMER POSSIBLE Needham B. Broughton Part One-1929 What can a year like that mean to us? We read about it in the history books: Our parents were children then. But on the edge of a place named Cameron Forest On a ten-acre lot off Saint Mary's Street The design of William Henley Dietrick Had already made itself known: A quasi-Renaissance kind of style that remained intact for quite a while, And the state's only school with, of all things, a clock tower. As we from such recent memory know Contractors tend toward the slow So one Day fthe third of September of '29J The bill of complaints was rather long. The sounds of construction assaulted the ears, The smell of paint assaulted the nose: No books, no desks, no chairs around: No tiles on the floor, the grounds still a jungle, And even the gem missing from the setting: The tower had no clock. But one is given to understand That things were taken pretty much in stride: There was a graduation in 1930. And in the context of financial chaos, millions out of work, soup kitchens, bread lines, and a Latin scholar named Herbert Hoover, The school got a name-a real one. Quoth C. B. Edwards, businessman: "I respectfully suggest that it be named the Broughton High School for Needham B. Broughton, who served on the school committee for many years and who did faithfully work as long as he was on it. I know 'him and associated with him in boyhood and was in business with him for about forty years. I do not think there is a man in Raleigh who helped more young people and did more for the upbuilding of our city and its public institutions according to his means." f 'mv f-wg:.y.4. '5- " mf J" L Nam x xx N xy' X , XXX, 'mai Q-Q ,pf ,Q v QQ1 4 R Wi" 5 -rv- V' X Qi, 'ffl , ,Y Msn ' 1, 1 ,,, , .,,: iw 11: :' ne ,. , A? m 5, A r if 2 e sf? it fi' e ff Q ffm gf fi Els .-,fs 'QR -Q29 Q , f- M .,,, Q If :Vw M- 23: r L 1 V',,w'.2: Q Q' , f' 1 3. ' in , ...mg,,.4xs. , :Y f N ' .z A 'WM f A Q 3 . -+ .rv 4' X, JOHN N. NORTON, B.S., M.A.Ed Principal JJ! Jfyffx L WA Wg? NALD Y. LEGGETT, B.S., M.A. ffs MW vii? Ne M will? M Q "'U'k William W. Blackburn, B.S., M.A. Counselor, Dean of Boys Mrs. Pauline F. Hendrix, M.Ed., B.S. Counselor Andrew Jackson Hewlett, B.S., M.Ed. Counselor Joel B. Long, B.S., M.A. Counselor, Athletic Director Mrs. Lillian C. Sandling, B.A., M.Ed. Dean of Girls Mrs. hg...-an-'r Mrs. Connie L. Barber Secretary Mrs. Louise T. Eberhart Dietitian Mrs. Helen A. Steed Attendance Counselor Mrs. Ruth N. Stephenson Secretary Mrs. Luella S. Webster Bookkeeper Miss Ann Aiken, B.A. History Audrey E. Benrud, B.S. Social Science Edward G. Blakeway, B.A., F.R.G.S. Mathematics Mrs. Mary W. Brown, B.A. Spanish Mrs. Myrtle G. Campbell, B.S. Business Education Jesse Louis Capps, B.S. V Physics, Coach I' "' 1 L P ,Mrs Carol Carter, B.A. I I " , ' 'S English , : r n -' sf? E ' ' Mrs. Brenda Bowen Chadwick, B.A., B.S. ' , ' 1 French , Mrs. Goldie K. Coates, B.S. Home Economics 2 ' it Miss Lessie I. Cogdell, B.A. X r ' Mathematics ,i , , Frank A. Crawford, B.S., M.Ed. ' , f J ' , Industrial Arts ' 1 if Jessica Adams Creech, B.A. if x ' ir Mathematics ' Howard Cunningham, B.A., B.D., S.T.M., I .22 Social Studies Mrs. Alberta Doran Curran, B.S. Health and Physidql Education Mrs. Margaret B. Davis, B.A. History, English Mrs. Mary H. Davis, B.A., M.Ed. Social Studies 1 if M.A. .rf . for N, -at : A r ir ,W Ui 5x 7 . Mm v Q x if "' .. as f ., ADL X . no B 'y ,Ja S 'R .A 'sw Ua- if ,-.. 40' lu. i " ' sr N ,455 gm -1' its Cf. L. ... . 2 .'i ,. . r r M 'Fri rf. . Q y - ., ,, ,. I' ' g , , J X L f K Qi i 2 . , E-if.. U ' .GY Xia Y N .QQJJA1 - Q ,- . .ta 9 I: I ,V Q , ,,. , I - ,s . , 5, it . 5, W A,.,... at ' X X5 , . :QA , ' 'i 'N rf ' A 4. ' ff N 5 '03, ,, Mrs. Virginia Combs Dobbs, B.A. Librarian Mrs. Mary B. Donavant, B.A., M.Ed. Anatomy and Physiology Raymond M. Durham, Jr., B.A., M.A.Ed. Physical Education Miss Charlotte Elaine Edwards, B.S. Biology, Physical Education Mrs. Alice Ehrlich, B.A. Art Mrs. Jessie E. Ellington, B.A. Biology Senior Master Sergeant Leroy T. Eure, U.S.A.F. AFJROTC Assistant Mrs. Janette Featherston, B.B.A. Typing Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Finlator, B.A. English Mrs. Lois Fisher, B.A. English, Latin Mrs. Imogene Freeman, B.S. Special Education Mrs. Judith E. Freeman, B.A. Vocal Music Miss Fannie Pearl Fulcher, B.A. English Mrs. Jewel Deane Garden, B.A. English, Social Science Mrs. Judy Adams Gealy, B.S. Mathematics Donald F. Goodwin, B.S. American History, English Alston Grimes, B.S., B.A., M.A. World History Mrs. Sandra S. Heartley, B.S. Mathematics Mrs. Susan Wiles Holland, B.A. English Larry Richard Honeycutt, B.A. Physical Education Mrs. Martha Johnston Ingram, B.A. Mathematics Mrs. Nell Kahdy, B.A., M.A. French, German Theron C. Keen, B.S., M.A. Industrial Arts Mrs. Janice Lapp, B.A. 5 Q M 3 K is K . l A q. N S V n i? 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M, ,F , 3, 3 .ffm f, X W 'Fira warg' if 'Q 1 s Vi. 1 , "ig Yf'.I ri N? t N L xi Q 1 gps' Seniors The path was long, sometimes narrow, rocky . . . at times we lost sight of the trodden way, tried shortcuts . . . now at the end of twelve years travel, we find still another road which forks endlessly in all directions . . . which way to go? . . . memories draw us backwards . . . thoughts of the iirst time we marched into assembly, of Homecoming parades, Barbeque Dinners, of Thanksgiving holidays, Snow- ball Dances, the new student lounge, exams, Queen of Hearts . . . then colleges sent letters . . . are we accepted or rejected? . . . which way to go? . . . what comes next? . . . now after measured for caps and gowns, after sending invitations, after traveling twelve years down an unfamiliar path . . . that long awaited day arrives . . . we smile through our tears knowing full well we say goodby to many friends never to see them again . . . to college . . . to work . . . to the war . . . a new dawn brings a new path to follow . . . which way to go? .'l , I -:ff 21 ' 0 v , ! ,.q.,, 0582 dip-'fu-g5ys,k,,ee Y 1-A N-fx ' n K 1, f'Ov- A1-ff . W, Q, , - L A if , 'Yr . Q. 6 Q -.A-on Martha Dodson, Glen Geraghty, Miss Carter, Lester Lloyd, Rhody Dillon, Amy Everetfe Senior Class Officers RHODY DILLON ...............,...........,,,..,....,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,....,..,,,........................ President GLEN GERAGHTY ,,,,.. .,,,,,, V ice President MARTHA DoDsoN .... ........... S ecretary AMY EVERETTE ...... ..,..,..,..,,..,,,, T reasurer LESTER LLOYD ..... ,,....,. S ergeant-at-Arms MRS. CARTER ..... ............., A dvisor . 7' A 5. JOHN INGRAM ADAMS "John" Patterson School for Boys, Lenoir, N. C. THOMAS WILSON ADAMS "Tom" Homeroom Officer 4, Sergeant-at-Arms3 Student Co-operative 43 House and Grounds 33 Spanish Club 2, Vice-President 33 Science Club 23 Service Club 3, President 43 Office Assistant 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Interclub Council 43 Bus Driver 3: Hi-Times Staff 43 Sports Information Director 43 Career Day Guide 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. WILEY FRANKLIN AIKEN "Wiley" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 33 Vice-President 43 Clvll Defense 43 Chorus 43 Monogram Club 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 Lxrnmc Staff 4: Football Team 3, 43 J.V. Foot- ball Team 23 Basketball Team 33 J.V. Basketball Team 2. SNOWDEN STANLEY ALBRIGHT "Snowy" Student Council Representative 2, 3: Safety 3. 4, Chairman3 Projects Committee 23 French Club 2, Vice-President 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Future Teacher of America 33 Home- coming Court 23 Raleigh Youth Council 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. MICHAEL GOGI-ILAN ALLEN "Mike" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Hi-Times 43 Elections 43 Spanish Club 2, Vice-President. SHIRLEY DIANNE ALLEN "Diane" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Secretary 33 French Club, President 23 Junior Red Cross 3, 43 Broughton Devotional 3, 43 lreache: Assistance 43 Future Business Leaders of America, His- orian . JOHN ROBERT ANDERSON "Johnny" Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Cross 23 Symphonic Band 2. SAMUEL DICK ANDERSON "Sam" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Vice-President 33 Civil De- fense 43 Social Standards 23 French Club, Vice-President 23 Mar- shal 43 Monogram Club 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Foot- ball Team 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Track Team 3. SARA ELIZABETH ANDERSON "Sara" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 43 Stage Crew 33 Hospitality 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Chorus 3, 43 Student Advisor 4. HAMPTON MARSHALL AULD "Skip" Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Ofhcer. Vice-President 43 Civil Defense 43 Election Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 43 Hi-Y 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 43 Golf Team 2, 3, 43 Student Advisor 4. BRENDA LEE AUSTIN "Brenda" French Club 23 Future Teachers of America 4. JANET RAE AUSTIN "Janet" Student Council Alternate 43 French Club 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Health Careers Club 4. CHERRIE JOY AVERITT "J oy" French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 3, 43 Broxriphton Devotional 23 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future each- ers of America 3. JOHN BRAZER BABCOCK "John" ALEX STRONACH BADGER "Alex" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 43' French Club 23 Student Advisor 3. ANN READE BAICY "Ann" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Sipanish Club 2, 3, 43 Little gheatei-423 Y-Teens 43 Ensemble, Presi ent 43 Chorus 33 Interclub ounci . DANIEL KENT BAILEY "Danny" ?ItuSe5it3Council Alternate 43 French Club 23 Student Advisor 43 1- , . ALFRED LEE BANKS "Alfred" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 French Club 43 Future gusirless Leaders of America 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes .3, - 31 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BAREFOOT "Frank" Student Council Alternate 45 Maintenance Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 President 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Chess and Bridge Club 3. RUTH FLORENCE BARNES "Ruth" Homeroom Officer Secretary 25 Vice-President 45 Sports Committee 35 French Club 3, 45 Latin 45 Little Theatre 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Broughton Devotional Club 25 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Raleigh Youth Council 45 Student Advisor 4. GEORGE FOUST BASON "George" Homeroom Officer Vice-President 25 Elections 45 House and Grounds 35 French Club 2, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. CLARENCE BALFORD BASS, JR. "Sonny" Homeroom Officer5 Sergeant-at-arms 25 Vice-President 35 Presi- dent 45 Spanish Club 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 45 Air Force J.R.O.T.C, 25 Football Team 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 J.V. Football Team 25 Basketball Team 3, 45 Baseball Team 2, 3, 45 Student Advisor 45 Service Club 4. MARGARET FRANCES BATTE "Margaret" French Club 45 German Club 2, 35 Little Theatre 45 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 4. ' SYLVIA ANN BAUCOM "Sylvia" Poster Committee 45 French Club 2, 45 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Career Day Guide 2. BILLIE JEAN BEAM "Billie" Homeroom Officer5 Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Library Club 25 Marching Band 25 Varsity Band 25 Orchestra 35 French Club 4. MARCIA ANN BEENEN "Marci" Red Cross Representative 25 Library 3, 45 French Club 35 Secretary 45 German Club 25 Winged Words 25 Career Day Guide 25 Raleigh Youth Council 3, 45 Awards of Excellent in Extemporous and After 'Dinner Speaking in Speech Festiva15 Jr. Red Cross 25 Little Theatre 2, 3, 45 Library 2, 35 Secretary 45 Future Teachers of America 3. RONALD ANTHONY BEENEN "Ronald" KENNETH GERALD BELLO "Gerry" Executive Council of Student Council 45 Council Officer: Sergeant- at-Arms 45 Homeroom Officer, President 25 Vice-President 35 Hi-Y, Vice President 2, President 35 Treasurer 45 Nucleus Committee Chairman 45 Service Club 3, 45 Wrestling Team 3, 45 Boy's State 35 Career Day Guide 25 Junior High School Orientation 45 Student Advisor 3, 45 J unior-Senior Olympics 3. FRED MAYNARD BENTON "Fred" Hi-Times Representative 25 Student Co-operative Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 National Forensic League 45 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Winged Words 45 Hi-Times Staff 2. ELLEN DAVIS BETTS "Ellen" Hi-Times Representative 25 Student Council Representative 35 Stu- dent Council Alternate 45 Publicity Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, President 45 Little Theatre 2, 45 Treasurer 35 Y-Teens 3, President of T.I.P. 45 Y-Teen Interclub Council 45 Winged Words 2, 35 Hi- Times Staff 45 Larnmc Staff Editor 45 "Carousel5 Rocking Horse Winner"5 National Honor Society 45 Raleigh Youth Council 45 Student Advisor 3, 45 Winged Word Short Story Award 25 Speak- ing Award from Wake Forest College 2. RUSSELL GORDON BLAKE "Gordon" WILLIAM LAUREL BLAKE "Butch" Baseball 2, 35 German Club 2, 35 Chorus 4. EDWIN HENRY BLAND "Eddie" President of Future Business Leaders of America 4. DARELL EATON BLANKENI-IORN "Dee" Executive Council of Student Council 45 Student Council Repre- sentative 35 Homeroom Officer Sergeant-at-Arms 25 Audio-Visual Chairman 45 French Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 45 Interclub Council 45 Hi-Times staff 25 Tennis team 2, 3, 45 Jr. High School Orientation 45 Student Advisor 4. BARBARA FAY BLANTON "Barbara" Standards Committee 45 French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 4. BARBARA ANN BLICK "Barbara" Homeroom Officer Secretary 25 Hi-Times Representative 35 Secre- tary 45 Hospitality Committee 45 Intramural 25 French Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 2, 45 Career Day Guide 25 Student Advisor 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 4. 32 WILLIAM GRADY BLINSON. JR. "Bill" Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of America 4, Vice-President 43 National Honor Society 4. CARLA JEAN BLOCK "Carla" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 33 German Club 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Winged Words 3, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. TIMOTHY C. BOARDMAN "Tim" French Club 43 Encial High School, Alameda, California Home- room Officer, Vice-President 3. THOMAS KOURY BOLUS "Tommy" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Lost and Found 23 Intramural Sports 43 French Club 2, 33 Sergeant- at-Arms 23 Hi-Y 23 Office Assistant 23 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4. GAIL ELIZABETH BOOTH "Gail" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Alternate 33 French Club 2, 3, 4. JO ANN BOWLING "Jo" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 Hi-Times Representative-43 Future Homemakers of America 23 Lxrxrac and H:-Times Typist 43 Co- operative Ofiice Occupations 4. WILLIAM EMMETT BRADBURY "Will" Hi-Times Reslresentative 33 Stage Crew 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 inged Words 3, 43 Berkeley High School, Berkeley, California: "Most Happy Fel1a," "Caucasian Chalk Circle," "Manu- script," "Forum for New Politics." ALICE BROWNING BRADY "Alice" Homeroom Officer Vice-President 43 Social Standards 33 Intramural Sports 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 3. 43 Circus Band 23 Cast of "Carousel"3 Raleigh Youth Council 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 National Honor Society 4. MARTHA GUY BRANAMAN "Martha" Student Council Regresentative 23 Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Officer, i-Times Altemate 33 Hospitality Committee 43 French Club 23 Vice-President 23 Student Advisor 4. JAMES CLARENCE BRANCH "J im" Student Council Representative 23 Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Officer, President 3, President 4. Hospitality 43 ProJects 33 French Club 2, 33 Office Assistant 33 Marshal 43 Ensemble 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 43 Interclub Council 23 Basketball Team 3, 43 J .V. Basketball Team 33 Track Team 33 Queen of Hearts Escort 33 College Day Guide 23 gareer gay Guide 33 Student Advisor 3, 43 Chairman of Chicken inner . DAVID ELAN BRANDE "Dave" Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 23 House and Grounds 43 French Club 23 Office Assistant 43 Air Force J.R.O.T.C. 3, 43 Sergeant 3, 43 Student Advisor 4. ALFRED ROY BREDENBERG "Alfred" Stage Crew 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Little Theatre 2, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Symphonic Band 23 Tennis Team 23 "Carousel" NANCY DOUGLAS BREEDEN "B reeden" Student Council Altemate 33 Homeroom Officer3 Hi-Times Repre- sentative 23 French Club 23 Spanish Club 43 President 43 Jr. Red Cross 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 4. PEGGY ERLEEN BRIDGES "Peggy" Intramural Sports 33 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Social Chairman 43 Chorus 23 Cooperative Office Occupations 43 Larlrac and Hi-Times Typist 4. TIMOTHY MARK BRISBOIS "Tim" BRENDA SUE BRITI' "Brenda" Y-Teens 43 St. Andrews Parish High School, Charleston, South Carolina3 Y-Teens 23 Future Homemakels of America 23 Beta Club 23 Spanish Club 23 College Day Guide 2: Powder Puff 2. THOMAS BATTLE BROUGHTON, JR. "Tommy" Elections Committee 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Sym- phonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 4. STEPHANIE SUSAN BROWN "Stephanie" Homeroom Secretary 43 French- Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theatre 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Varsity Band 2, 3. an - 3 .gs ' SKZVL . N f . lk. f fi u an ia., va 1- .454 V I '52 33 2' I tr' ' sa-3 fr- 1" 3'6- in 5 lVIICOU METCALF BROWNE "Mike" Elections Committee 43 German Club 2, 33 J .V. Football Team 2, Darlington School for Boys, Rome, Georgia. LARRY EVERETTE BRYAN "Larry" Student Council Representative 23 Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom President 43 Poster Committee 3, 43 School Store 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Jr. High School Orientation 43 Governor's School 33 Service Club 4. WILLIAM MURPHY BRYAN "Bill" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 33 French Club 2, 3, 4. ' KAREN LEIGH BRYANT "Karen" Student Council Representative 2, 33 Homeroom President 2, 33 Poster Committee 23 French Club 2, 33 Civil Defense 23 Marshal 2, 33 Jr. High School Orientation 33 Attended High Point Central High School 3, 4. MARTHA LOUISE BRYANT "Martha" Homeroom Treasurer 3. MARGARET LEE BUFFALOE "Lee" Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 23 Homeroom Treasurer 43 French Club 2: Y-Teens 2. MARTHA ANN BUGG "Martha" Future Business Leaders of America 4. SUSAN ELIZABETH BUNCH "Susan" French Club 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Teachers of America3 Future Homemakers of America 2. BEVERLY ANN BUNN "Beverly" Student Council Representative 23 Spanish Club 33 Chorus 23 The Y-Teens 33 Jr. Red Cross 2. JOHN BRITT BUNN "J ohn" Hcamgroom President 33 Civil Defense 43 Latin Club 23 Golf Team MARGARET BROOKS BURGESS "Meg" Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 33 Lost and Found 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Student Advisor 3, 4. JOHN G-OLDSTON BURKE "John" Homeroom President 43 Spanish Club 23 Varsity Band 2, 3, 4. J UDITH MARJORIE BURKE "Judy" Homeroom Hi-Times Representative 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary 43 French Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY ROSELLE BURKE "Nancy" Homeroom Treasurer 43 French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 33 Hi-Times Representative 2. JEANETTE WARD BYRUM "Jeanette" Homeroom President 23 Latin Club Secretary 23 German Club 23 Career Day Guide 23 Junior Varsity Homecominf Sponsor 23 Senior Class Homecoming Float Chairman 43 Nationa Honor Society 4. CYNTHIA LOU CAPPY "Cindy" Student Council Alternate 23 Hi-Times Representative 43 Library 43 french Club 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Student visor . ALICE DAY CARD "Alice" Homeroom Secretary 23 Hi-Times Regresentative 33 Poster Com- Ttilttee 34 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 F.T. . 33 Cheerleader 43 Student visor . JONATHAN VAN CARPENTER "Van" , German Club 23 Hi-Y 43 Marching Band, 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Orchestra 4. 'ir- 3 r M. -N is 7 in 1-gg, 2-as is MM gd-.6 31x55 as ' Q 3- - I I . D 3 A Q..- gi! lil za ,J RUSSELL DAY CARRAWAY "Rusty" Student Council Alternate 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Vocational In- dustrial Club 3, 43 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 3, 4. PEGGY CARROLL A'Peggi" Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Officer, President 23 Hi- Times Representative 43 Poster Committee 33 Latin Club Treasurer 23 Spanish Club 33 Y-Teens 2, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Career Day Guide 2. MICHAEL LEO CARTER "Mike" Homeroom President 33 Vice-President 23 Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 23 Monogram Club President 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 43 Interclub Council 43 Air Force J.R.O.T.C. 23 Football team 3, 43 J.V. Football team 23 J.V. Basketball team 23 Track Team 3, 43 Student Advisor 43 Service Club 4. TIMOTHY OTIS CARTER "Tim" LESTER VERMONT CHALMERS "Les" Homeroom Red Cross Representative 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Career Day Guide 2. LINDA LEE CHAMERS "Linda" Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. JENNIE YUK LEE CHOI "Jennie" MARGORIE JEAN CHRISTIAN JUANITA LEE CLARKE "Juanita" Y-Teens 43 Chorus 23 Cooperative Office Occupations 43 Typist for Hi-Times and LATIPAC. JILL DIANE CLAWSON "Jill" Spanish Club 23 Science Club 23 Winged Words 4. DEBORAH LEIGH CLEMENT "Debbie" French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 23 Office Assistant 3. HERBERT MICHAEL CLEMENT "Mike" French Club 23 Vocational Industrial Club Vice-President 2g Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. JACKSON LONNIE COBLE, JR. "Chip" Homeroom Sergeant-at-Amis 2, 33 German Club 2, 33 Monogram Club 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 43 J.V. Football Team 23 Football Team 3, 43 Wrestling Team 3, 4. JEFFERY BRUCE COHEN "Jeff" Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Spanish Club 23 Chorus 3, 43 Chess and Bridge Club 43 Astronomy C1ub3 Raleigh Youth Council cast "Rome Glorious Rome." JAMES KENNETH COLE "Ken" Audio-Visual 33 Future Business Leaders of America 4. JOHN DAVID COLEMAN "John" Jenkins High School, Savannah, Georgia3 Baseball 23 Homeroom Of- ficer Treasurer 23 Vocational Industrial Club 4. RICHARD MICHAEL COLEY "Mike" Homeroom Officer Vice-President 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 33 French Club 2. CANDACE GENE COLLINS "Candy" Shelby, North Carolina3 Class Officer, Treasurer 23 Secretary 33 Homeroom Offices President 23 French Club 33 F.H.A. 2, 33 March- ing Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Health Careers Club 2. 35 CLOTILDE CROW COLLINS "Candy" Homeroom Officer Secretary 23 Red Cross Representative 43 Latin Club3 Secretary 2. EDWIN EARL COLLINS "Eddie" Homeroom Officer Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 J.V. Football Team 23 J.V. Basketball Team 2. CHARLES E. CORLETT "Charlie" Student Council Representative 23 Student Council Alternate 33 Stage Crew 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 3. 43 Little Theatre 2,'3, Vice-President and State Manager 43 Marching Band 23 Varsity Band 2, 3, 43 Interclub Council 43 Chess and Bridge Club 33 Winged Words 2, 3, 43 Cast of Play "Carousel" 2. WILLIAM CHARLES CORRELL "Bill" Hospitality Committee 43 Spanish Club 23 Chess and Bridge Club 3, 43 Photography Club 3, 4. MARY LENA CORTER "Maryle" Student Council Alternate 23 Gemian Club 23 Marching Band 33 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. MARY BELLE COTTON "Bell" Homeroom Office, Treasurer 43 French Club 43 Chorus 2. RAYMOND SCOTT CRADDOCK "Scott" Vocational Industrial Club 3, 43 Central Davidson-Lexington, North Carolina3 Varsity Band, Drum M3j0TQ Concert Band. TANYA CRANE "Tanya" Homeroom officer Secretary 43 Lost and Found Committee 43 French Club 43 Little Theatre 43 Y-Teens 43 Raleigh Youth Council 43 Westfield High School, Westfield, New JEISEYQ Squad Leader 23 Student Council Alternate 23 Modem Dance 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Bridge Club 2, 33 Bowling Club 2, 33 Junior Volunteer 33 Mask and Mime Club 2, 3. FRANK TAYLOR CRANOR, III "Taylor" Homeroom Officer Vice-President 23 French Club 2. SARAH SYLVIA CRETTIER "Sarah" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Homeroom Officer Presi- dent 23 Vice-President 33 Treasurer 43 Poster Committee 2, 33 Chairman 43 French Club 2, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 3, 43 Junior Class Dance Chairman: Chairman of Homecoming Dance Decorations 43 Chairman of Pub- licity of Senior Barbecue. SHELLEY JEAN CRISP "Shelley" Homeroom Officer Treasurer 23 Red Cross Representative 33 Secre- tary 43 Safety Committee 43 French Club 2, 33 Secretary 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 43 Interclub Council 43 Hi- gimes.lSgaf1f 2, 33 Editor 43 Larnmc Staff 2, 3, 43 Raleigh Youth ounci , . WILLIAM RICHARD CROSS "Bill" House and Grounds Committee 43 French Club 33 Little Theater 23 H1-Times Staff 43 LATIPAC Staff 4. ROBERT LEE CROTTS "Bob" Library Club 23 French Club 2, 43 Teacher's Assistant 33 Future Business Leaders of America 4. WALKER RAGLAND CRUMP "Buzz" Homeroom Office Treasurer 23 French Club 23 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 4. DENNIS ROLAND CRUMPLER "Dennis" Vocational Industrial Club, Treasurer 4. PETTIS ANNE CRUMPLER "Pettis" Homeroom Officer Secretary 23 Treasurer 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 3, 43 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Health Careers Club 43 Raleigh Youth Council 4. a HENRY VERNON CUNNINGHAM, JR. "Hank" Student Council Representative 2, 43 Homeroom Officer, Vice- President 33 Elections Committee 43 Maintenance Committee 33 French Club 2, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Secretary 3, 43 Tennis Team 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor. BETTY JEAN DAILEY "Betty Jean" Student Council Representative 33 Student Council Alternate 23 Igfrngegogm Officer, Secretary 23 School Store Committee 23 French u , . 36 BARRY BROUGHTON DALE 'iBarry" Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, Vice-Presi- dent 2, 43 Hospitality Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Sergeant-at- Arms 23 Hi-Times Staff 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 3, 43 Career Day GuidIeC33 Student Advisor 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Air Force R.O. . .2. ALAN RUSSELL DANIELS "Alan" Homeroom Officer President 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Varsity Band 23 Track Team 2, 43 Raleigh Youth Council 3. SANDRA BONITA DANIELS "Bonnie" Office Assistant 43 Cooperative Office Occupations 43 Hi-Times Typist and LATIPAC Typist 4. THOMAS HILL DAVIS "Tom" Student Co-operative Committee 43 German Club 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 33 Boy's State 33 Junior Science Symposium 33 Student Advisor 4. WALTER KENYON DAVIS "Walter" LINDA LORRAINE DAWSON "Linda" Student Council Alternate, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. ERIC CARLYLE DEAN "Eric" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms, 23 German Club 2, 33 Science Club 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 23 Tennis Team 2. JOHNNIE MITCHELL DEAN "Mitchell" Spanish Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2. CATHERINE HOLLY DEARSTYNE "Holly" Homeroom Officer, President 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 43 French Club 2, 3, 4. WESLEY EUGENE DEBNAM "Wesley" French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Monogram Club 3, Secretary 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Q 3, 42 Force R.O.T.C. 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Cross Country eam , , . PHIL GREY DeBRITO "Phil" Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, President 2, 43 Safety Committee 43 Assembly Committee 23 Civil Defense Com- mittee 2, 33 French Club 23 Hi-Y 23 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Office Qsisistanti 3, 43 Baseball Team 23 Career Day Guide 33 Student visor . REBECCA ANN DELLA "Becky" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 French Club 2, 3,3 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Raleigh Youth Council 4. GROVER LEE DILLON "Rhody" Class Officer, President 43 Homeroom Officer, President 2, 33 Elections Committee 2, 3, 43 French Club Treasurer 23 Office As- sistant 43 Marshal 33 Ensemble 43 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Football Team 3, 43 .l'.V. Football Team 23 Golf Team 2, 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Escort 2, 43 Student Advisor 3, 4. MARY MARTHA DODSON "Martha" Student Council Representative 2, 43 Class Officer Secretary 43 Homeroom Officer, President 33 Lost and Found Committee 23 Hospitality Committee 43 French Club 33 Treasurer 2, Vice-President 43 rchestra 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 2, 33 Govemor's School 33 Service Club 4. MARY LINDA DONNELLY "Mary Linda" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 Library Club 43 French Club 23 Office Assistant 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Chorus 2. J ENNIE DORSETT "Jennie" Student Council Representative 3, 43 Student Council Alternate 23 Cafeteria Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 23 Career Day Guide 2. JERRY LEONARD DOUGLAS "Jerry" German Club 2, 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Air Force R.O.T.C. 2, 33 Football Team 4. GEORGE JOHN DOUVRIS "George" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 Student Co-operative 43 Intra- mural Sports 43 German Club 2, 33 Winged Words 4. 6: 5 'TQ V an-4 ,sv f 3'- GJ 3 at N 3 ,.. 2' if 1'- .. K a H ..., . . r W Q 'S 3 , ,...., in 1... 1 1 DEBBIE LYNN DOYLE "Debbie" Spanish Club 43 Governor's School Finalist 33 Winged Words 3, 4. JAMES WILBUR DOYLE, JR. "J.W." Vocational Industrial Club 2, 43 Vocational Industrial Club Officer, President 43 Interclub Council 23 President Region IV of Voca- tional Industrial Club. SARA ELIZABETH DUNCAN "Beth" Publicity 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Teacher Assistant 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Ra- leigh Youth Council 43 Governor's School 43 Honor Society 4. RITA ELAINE DUNSTON "Rita" Spanish Club 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. WESLEY LEE DUPREE "Wesley" Vocational Industrial Club 4. RISA LYNN DWORSKY "Risa" Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4: Lost and Found 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Honor Society 4. JAY COWAN EASON "Jay" AMY EARLINE EDWARDS "Amy" French Club 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 4. DEBORAH FAYE EDWARDS "Debbie" LINDA SUSAN EDWARDS "Susan" Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 23 French Club 43 French Club Officer, President 43 Latin Club 23 Majorette 2, 3, 43 Head Majorette 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Court 23 Career Day Guide 23 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Governor's School 23 Sophomore Standout 2. MICHAEL EDWARDS "Mike" Marching Band 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 43 Chess and Bridge Club Officer, Vice-President 33 Sergeant-at-Arms 4. ADA ANNE ELKS "Anne" Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 3. MARIE HOPE ELLIOTT "Marie" Library Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Little Theatre 3. MURIEL CRAVEN ELLIOTT "Muriel" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 33 Vice-President 43 School Store 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 French Club Officer, President 23 Latin Club 23 Service Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Y-Teens Officer Vice-President 43 Y-Teens Interclub Council Secretary 43 Oflice Assistant 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 33 Raleigh Youth Council 3, 43 Student Ad- visor 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. JERRY WAYNE ENNIS "Jerry" BARBARA ALENE EUBANKS "Barbara" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Repre- sentative 33 Hi-Times Alternate 43 French Club 23 Y-Teens 23 Future Business Leaders of America 4. JAMES BRADLEY EURE "James" Intramural Sports 3. ANTHONY BLAKE EVANS -6 X , Q. 'xr we Q- fl A K' IRIS AMELIA EVERETT i'Amy" Student Council Representative 43 Class Officer, Treasurer 43 School itgre Colnmittee 43 French Club 2, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Student visor . VALARIE BOWEN EVERETTE VICKIE ELAINE EVERETTE "Vickie" Library Club 23 Future Homemakers of America 23 Cooperative Office Occupations 43 Hi-Times and LATIPAC Typist 4. JOAN LEE FARINHOLT "Joan" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Library Committee 43 French Xlubt43tI4atin Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Library 43 Office ssxs an . JANE DAVIE FEARING "Davie" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Social Standards Committee 43 French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 23 Future I-Iomemakers of America 2. VVILLIAM HENRY FERGUSON "Billy" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Spanish Club 23 Golf Team 2, 3. JANE DULANEY FICKLIN "Jane" Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 33 French Club 23 Y-Teens 23 Office Assistant 4. LESLIE HELEN FINCH "Leslie" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 33 Publicity Committee 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club Officer, Secretary 23 Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Future Homemakers of America 4. WAYNE EDWARD FLEMING "Wayne" HANNAI-I EMERSON FLINT "Hannah" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23 French Club 23 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. CHERYL BROOKS FLOURNOY "Cheryl" Winged Words 4. FREDERICK LEIGH FLOWERS "Fred" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Symphonic Band 23 Or- chestra 2. MARY HUDSON FONTAINE Marshal 2, 3, 43 Sports Committee 2, 33 Sports Committee Chairman 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Service Club 43 French Club 2, Vice President 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Student Executive Council 43 Teacher Assistant 33 Student Council Representative 2, 33 Chairman of Honor Society Tutoring frogram 43 Chairman of City Wide School Spirit Coopera- ion Wee 4. ROBERT LEROY FOWLER "Robert" ghoguls 33 Audio-Visual Club 23 Football Team Manager 43 Service u . PAUL DOUGLAS FOWLER "Paul" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer, President 33 Vice- President 43 Elections Committee 33 Maintenance Committee 2, 43 German Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y Officer, Secretary 23 Vice- President 33 National Honor Society 3, 4. MATTHEW WOODWARD FRANKLIN CARL HOWARD FREEDMAN "Carl" Student Co-operative 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Chess and Bridge Club 43 Winged Words 3, 43 Assistant Editor 43 LA'rxPAc Staff 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. PAUL WESLEY FREEMAN "Paul" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 43 Student Council Representa- tive 2, 33 Elections Committee 4, German Club 23 Hi-Y 2. 39 CARL LINWOOD GARDNER "Carl" Student Cooperative Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Astronomy Club 43 Chess and Bridge Club 43 Junior Science Symposium 33 Student Advisor 43 National Merit. Semifinalist 4. HARRY JAMES GARRISON "Jim" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 German Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Little Theater 2, 43 President 43 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 23 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 23 Interclub Council 43 Chess and Bridge Club 3, 43 Photography Club 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 3, 43 Wrestling Team 33 Enloe High School 2. JAMES EDWIN GARRISS "Jim" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Spanish Club 23 Varsity Band 23 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Football Team 3, 4. COLEEN JOY GARSKA "Coleen" Cafeteria Committee 43 Intramural Sports Committee 33 Interclub Council 4. ANN ASHLEY GEOGHEGAN "Ann" 3, Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer Secretary 33 5 33 French Club 2, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Student Ad- A -3 visor 3. ' GLENN ANDREW GERAGHTY "Glenn" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 3, 43 Class Officer, Vice-President 43 Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Baseball Team 43 Student Advisor 43 Chairman of Homecoming Parade 43 Honor Society 4. LOREN WILLIAM GILBERT "Bil1" Spanish Club 23 Golf Team 3, 43 New Bern High School 2. PHYLLIS DIANE GILLIAM "Phyllis" Student Council Representative 3, 43 Homeroom Officer Hi-Times Representative 23 Safety Committee 43 Sports Committee 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Broughton Devotional Club 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 3. WILLIAM READ GILMORE "Bill" Spanish Club 43 Fauquier High School, Warrenton, Virginia 2, 3 Spanish Club 23 National Honor Society 2, 33 Football Team 2, 3 Track Team 23 Academic Letter. RHODA DARNELL GLOVER "Darnell" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Spanish Club 43 Library Club 33 Y-Teens 43 Chorus 3. FORREST WESLEY GOLDSTON "Forrest" Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Student Council Alternate 2, Sergeantfat- ' Arms 43 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 4. JOSEPH BERUN GOOCH "Joe" Service Club 4. Pans N, iw , hr' 'WST' 3613 ANDREW WATSON GOODWIN ROBERT G. GORRELL "Robbie" Student Council Representative 2, Homeroom Officer, President 2, Hi-Times Representative 43 Publicity Committee 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Monogram Club 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Football Team 3, 43 Basketball Team 2. 3, 43 Baseball Team 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 3. LAURA CONSTANCE GRAHAM "Connie" Homeroom Officer, President 2, Vice-President 33 Student Council Representative 43 Publicity Committee 33 Social Standards Com- mittee 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 23 Y-Teens 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 4. RAYMOND I-IEWITT GRAY "Randy" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Vice-President 33 Sports Committee 2, 33 German Club 2. MARY MELINDA GRIFFIN "Mary Lin" Homeroom Ofiicer, Red Cross Representative 3, Secretary 43 Cafe- teria Committee 43 French Club 2, 43 Ensemble 43 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Student Advisor 4. SHARON CONKLIN GRIFFIN "Sharon" French Club 2, 43 Science Club 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of America 33 Broughton Little Theater 2. 4-0 imw' STELLA LOUISE GRIMES "Lou" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 43 Sports Committee 2, 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Y-Teen Interclub Council 43 Future Teachers of America 4. EDITH JEANNINE GRISSOM "Jeannine" Student Council Alternate 23 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 23 Future Teachers of America 4. DOUGLAS TAFT GROSCH "Doug" Stage Crew 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Wrestling team 2, 3, 4, MARY JO GUNTER "Mary Jo" JANET GUTHRIE "Janet" Latin Club 2. JOSEPH ELLIOT HAAS "Joe" Latin Club .23 German Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Winged Words 4, Ed1tor3 Cast of Play "Return of Dranch." MARSHA ANN HAILY "Marsha" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Red Cross Representative 43 French Club 2, 3, 4. RALPH ROSS HAILEY "Ross" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, Treasurer 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Bus Driver 3. CATHERINE MARIE HALL "Cathy" French Club 2, 3, 43 Office Assistant 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. SIDNEY JOSEPH HALL "Sidney" LINDA KAY HALLMAN "Linda" Student Council Altemate 23 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Repre- sentative 33 President 43 Poster Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 President 23 National Honor Society 43 Ensemble 43 Girl's Chorus 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Career Day Guide. DONNA MARIE HAMILTON "Donna" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 French Club 23 Future Teachers of America 4. PAMELA LYNN HARDEE "Pam" Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, Vice-Presi- dent 43 Projects Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Chess and Bridge Club 23 Student Advisor 3, 4. ROBERT NORMENT HARPER "Robert" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Elections Committee 43 Ger- man Club 43 Spanish Club 23 Hi-Y 43 Student Advisor 3. CAROLYN FAYE HARRIS "Carolyn" Cooperative Office Occupations 43 Lnrnmc and Hi-Times Typist 4. WILLIAM KEMP HARRIS "Kemp" Executive Student Council 43 Homeroom Officer 23 Maintenance 33 Spanish Club 23 Office Assistant 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Varsity 2. GEORGIA ANN HARTSOCK "Ann" Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer, Vice-Presi- dent 2, 33 Lost and Found 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Youth Council 43 Student Ad- visor . STAN GENE HARVELL "Ha:-ve11" Vocational Industrial Club 43 Audio-Visual Club 2, 33 R.O.T.C. 2. 5-0 Tm 4 E- , lf 3 - .mx hs. 4 .vb ' vw, ff- Q 1- 1. W, J iz: 'be REGINALD ROBERT HASSLER "Reggie" Maintenance Committee 43 Office Assistant 43 Vocational Industrial Club 2, 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 43 Football Stu- dent Trainer 3, 43 Junior Varsity Football Team Manager 23 Base- ball Team Student Trainer 3, 43 Track Team 23 Service Club 4. MARTHA ANN HATHAWAY "Marty" French Club 2, 3, 43 Chess and Bridge Club 4. JAMES BLACKWELL HAWKINS "Jimmie" Student Council Rcgpresentative 43 Student Council Alternate 23 gomeroom Oiiicer, ergeant-at-Arms 33 Spanish Club Sergeant-at- rms 2. BELINDA ROGERS HAYNES "Belinda" Declamation Resitation Award for speaking3 Clyde High School3 Girls' Chorus3 Basketball Team3 Marching Band. JANET MARIA I-IAYNES "Janet" Junior Red Cross 23 Office Assistant 43 Future Business Leaders of America, Treasurer 43 Chorus 2. VIVIAN ELAINE HAYWOOD "Viv" Spanish Club 33 Office Assistant 3. PEGGY J O-ANN HEATH "Peggy-Jo" New Hanover High School: Spanish Club 2, 33 Young Life 2, 33 Pep Cgula 2, 33 Future Teachers of America 23 Teachers As- sistant , . LINDA NELL I-IEBERT "Linda" BOBBIE LYNN HEILMAN "Bobbie" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 23 Publications Repre- sentative 33 Projects Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 23 Library Club 23 Broughton Devotional 23 Future Teach- ers of America 43 Student Advisor 4. LOU ANNE HENDRICKS "Lou Anne" Spanish Club 23 Chorus 2, 3. ADRIENNE CLAIR HILL "Adrienne" French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 German Club Secretary 43 Future geacliersl of America 3. 43 Winged Words 33 National Merit Semi- ma ist . CAROL ANNE HITCHINGS "Carol" Homeroom Officer, President 23 Treasurer 33 Hi-Times Representa- tive 43 French Club Vice-President 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-at- Arms 23 Y-Teen Interclub Council 2, Vice-President 3. CLARENCE LOUIS- HOCKADAY "Clarence" ANN CRANSTON HODGES "Ann" Student Council Alternate 43 Assembly 43 French Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 43 Y-Teens 43 Broughton Devotional 33 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Youth Council 43 Student Advisor 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Reynolds High School: Girls' Athletic Association 23 Library Assistant 2. SALLY URSULA HOLDEN "Sally" French Club 43 Y-Teens 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Albe- marle High School, Charlottesville, Virginia: Y-Teens 23 Future Homemakers of America 2. ' MICHAEL JESSE HOLLAND "Mike" Homeroom Officer, Segfeant-at-Arms 23 Treasurer 33 French Club 2, 4, Vice-President 23 i-Times Staff 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Career Day Guide 2. PAUL JOSEPH HOLLIDAY "Paul" Student Council Representative 33 Vocational Industrial Club 43 Sergeant-at-Arms 4. MYRON EUGENE HOLLOWAY "Mike" German Club 2. SN' , We 1" ' ,K MF x. P -swf, "V" ,i . , bt 3? Q-54, MICHAEL VAN HOLMES "Mike" Spanish Club 2. SYLVIA DIANE HOLT "Sylvia" Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative 23 Hi-Times Representative 33 Red Cross Representative 43 Intramural Sports Committee 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. JONATHAN WAYNE HONEYCUTT "Johnny" Homeroom Officer Vice-President 23 Spanish Club 23 Hi-Y 2. SHERRY LYNN HOUGH "Sherry" Library Committee 43 French Club 2, 43 Library Club 43 Future Homemakers of America 3, 4. BERNICE JACKSON HOUSE, JR. "Jack" Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer President 23 Vice-President 43 Spanish Club Vice-President 23 President 43 J. V. Football 23 Student Advisor 3, 4. SAMUEL JOHNSON HOWARD "Johnson" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student Council Alternate 2, 33 Maintenance Committee 3, 4, Chairman 43 French Club 2, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Interclub Council 43 Hi-Times Staff 23 LATIPAC Staff 23 Boy's State 33 Student Advisor 33 Chairman Class Fund Raising Project! 213 National Honor Society 43 Service Club 43 Merit Semi- ina is . CATHERINE WEST HUBBARD "Cathy" Homeroom Officer Secretary 23 Civil Defense Committee 23 French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Career Day Guide 2. EDWARD SCOTT HUFFMAN "Scott" Homeroom Officer Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 43 French Club 2, 3. SAUNDRA DENEICE HUFFSTETLER "Sandy" Future Business Leaders of America 43 Advanced Mixed Chorus 43 Cooperative Office Occupations 43 Hi-Times Typist 43 LA'r1PAc Typ- ist 4. RICHARD REGIN HUGUS "Dick" French Club 43 Winged Words 43 Central High School3 St. Paul, Minnesota3 Hockey Team. HELEN LOUISE HUMPHREY "Helen" Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Officer Secretary 2, 33 Social Standards Committee 43 School Store 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 23 Hi-Times Stan' 43 Lnrnmc Staff 4. BRENDA LEE HUNT "Brenda" French Club 2, 33 Library Club 33 Future Teachers of America 2, 33 Taylorsville High School, Taylorsville, Illinois, KAREN ELIZABETH HUNT "Karen" Student Council Alternate 3, 43 Safety Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 23 Broughton Devotional 43 Future Teachers Zkd43'Ensgm:le 43 Chorus 2, 33 Raleigh Youth Council 3, 43 Student visor , . SUSAN DIANE HUNT "Susie" Homeroom Officer Treasurer 43 Elections Committee 33 Hospitality Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club Secretary 23 Y- Teens 3, 43 Girls Chorus 23 Student Advisor 3, 4. DEBRA ELLEN HUTCHISON "Debbie" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Broughton Devotional Club 43 Future Teachers of America 43 En- semble 43 Girls Chorus 3. WILLIAM HOWARD HYATT "Billy" Maintenance 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band 23 Pep Band 3. 43 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4. MARGARET ELIZABETH HYLANTD "Margaret" Red Cross Representative 43 French Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 43 Y-Teens 2, 4. NANCY ELIZABETH ILER "Nancy" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student Council Repre- sentative 33 Class Officer, Treasurer 2, 33 Homeroom Officer, Presi- dent 23 Assembly Committee 33 Student Cooperative Committee 43 German Club 2, Vice-President 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 Sergeant-at- Arms 43 Marshal 43 Health Careers Club 43 Hi-Times Staff 43 LATI- rnc Stan 43 St.udent Advisor 3, 43 Chairman of Hospitality Com- mittee Career Night. 4-3 HAYWOOD MELTON INGRAM "Haywood" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Oiiicer, Vice-President 33 French Club 2, 33 Marching Band 23 Symphonic Band 2, 3. BOBBIE LYNNE INMAN "Bobbie" Library Committee 23 Spanish Club 2, 43 Junior Red Cross 43 Hi- Times Staff 43 LATXPAC Staff 4. LLOYD STEPHEN ISAACS, III "Steve" Homeroom Oiiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Vice-President 33 Council Committees-Poster 2, 3, 43 Elections 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 43 Career Day Guide 23 Raleigh Youth Council 3, 43 Student Advisor 2, 3. GARY STEPHEN J EFFERIES "Steve" Homeroom Officer Treasurer 23 French Club 2, 43 Baseball Team 4. MOLLIE JUNE JENKINS "Mollie" East Rutherford High, Forest City, N. C.3 Future Homemakers of America3 Future Teachers of America. JOSEPH MALPHUS JENRETTE "Buddy" Executive Council of Student Council, President 43 Student Council Representative 2, 33 Class Officer, President 33 School Store 2, 33 Latin Club, President 23 German Club 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Marshal 23 Interclub Council 2, 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Career Day Guide 23 Raleigh Youth Council 2, 3, 43 Junior High School Orientation 23 Student Advisor 2. ANN JENNETTE JOHNSON "Net" Latin Club 2. ANNE HOWELL JOHNSON Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 23 Student Council Alternate 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Winged Words 3, 4. JOHNNY A. JOHNSON "John" WILLIAM SPURGEON JOHNSON "Will" Homeroom Oflicer, Student Council Alternate 2, 4, Sergeant-aff Arms 33 Spanish Club 23 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 43 gootball Team 3, 43 J. V. Football Team 23 Track Team 43 Wrestling eam 4. REBECCA WAYNE JOHNSTON "Becky" Library Committee 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 43 Marching Band 3, 43 Symphonic Band 3, 43 Varsity Band 23 Pep Band 3, 43 Library Club 43 Winged Words 2, 43 Career Day Guide 2. GARY RICHARD JONES "Gary" JUDY ELAINE JONES "Judy" Junior Red Cross 23 Cooperative Office Occupations 23 Hi-Times Typist 43 LATIPAC Typist 4. JUNE CORBETT JONES "June" Future Business Leaders of America 33 Chorus 4. MARGARET ANN JONES MICHAEL ELLIOTT JONES "Mike" Student Council Representative 43 Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 2, 43 Hi-Y 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Marching Band 33 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society Convention 33 Junior Science Symposium 33 Student Advisor 3, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Certiiicate of Merit from the American Chemical Society, North Carolina Chapter. NANCY J OANNE JONES "Nancy" Assembly Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 T.I.P. Y-Teens 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic grand 2,133,443 Circus Band 23 Raleigh Youth Council 43 Student visor , . REBECCA LEIGH JONES "Becky" Homeroom Officer3 Hi-Times Alternate 23 Publicity Committee.-13 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. 44 ,J YM!! ks ,fin ,CI ,,"'l..'i 80' uf! VICKY MARIE JONES "Vicky" Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Oiiicer, Secretary 45 French Club 25 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Career Day Guide 2. CAROLYN COKER JOSLIN Student Council Representative 45 Projects Committee5 French Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 2, Secretary 3, President 45 Latin Club 2, President 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Library Club 45 Orches- tra 215 Youth Council 45 Student Advisor 3, 45 National Merit Semi- Fina ist 4. LARRY MICHAEL JUNKIN "Larry" Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Red Cross Representative 45 Hospitality 45 French Club 25 Hi-Y 25 Science Club 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Fellowship of Christian gghletes 3, 45 J. V. Football Team 25 Baseball Team 2, 45 Student visor . KATHARINE DERRILL KENNEDY "Kathy" Student Council Representative 2, 35 Hospitality Committee 3, 45 Standards Committee 25 German Club 2, Secretary 3, 45 Spanish Club, Secretary 25 Service Club 3, Vice-President 45 National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 45 Y-Teens 45 Future Teachers of America 3, Secretary 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Girls' State 35 National Honor Society Convention 35 Career Day Guide 25 Raleigh Youth Council 3, Vice- President 45 Student Advisor 3, 45 Sophomore Dance Chairman 25 All-State Workshop Orchestra 3. JAN ELISE KIDWELL "Jan" Homeroom Ohicer, Secretary 45 Hi-Times Representative 35 French glub 2, 32145 Y-Teens 45 Office Assistant 25 Future Homemakers of merica . CHARLENE ELIZABETH KIMLEY "Charlene" Student Cooperative 45 French Club 2, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Student Advisor 4. JULIE NORRIS KING "Julie" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Student Council Alternate 3, Vice- President 45 Social Standards Committee 35 Sports Committee 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Student Advisor 3, 4. WENDY LU KING CHARLES SIDNEY KIRK "Charlie" Student Council Alternate 4. MARY REBECCA KIRKPATRICK "Becky" French Club 2, 45 Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 3. BARBARA PIERCE KNAPP Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 35 Red Cross Repre- sentative 45 Lost and Found Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. KAREN VIRGINIA KNIGHT Spanish Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Athens High School, Athens, Georgiag Pep Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Beta Club 35 American Field Service. LORNA LOU KNOTT "Lorna" JOHN ADAM KRAMER "John" Audio-Visual 25 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 35 Air Force J.R.0.T.C. 2. PHILLIP P. LAMBERT "Phil" JACK WILSON LANEY Roosevelt High School, J. V. Basketball, Yearbook Staff5 Chess Club 25 "Snack Shack," Manager5 Basketball Club, Basketball Team, Managerg National Honor Society, Ambassador's Award5 Junior Marshal, "The Mikado" Cast 35 National Honor Society 4. DORIS CANADAY LASATER "Doris" Student Council Alternate 25 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Span- ish Club 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Office Assistant 35 Winged Words 2, 45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. DAVID GRAHAM L-ASSITER 5 .J . It' g fpl .,- i s . C"s"5 1,-. V , ,-Ni -5 if ,7 ,gf WQQ 'J . 4,9 V JOHN CARROLL LASSITER "John" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Service Club. JOEL EDWARD LAWHON "Ed" Homeroom President 43 School Store 33 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Library Club 3, President..43 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, President 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Governor's School 3. MARGARET ELIZABETH LENTZ "Margaret" PEGGY LEIGH LEVERIDGE "Peggy" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom OH-icer 2, 33 French Club, Secretary 23 Spanish Club 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Y-Teen Interclub Coun- cil Future Teachers of America 43 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica . DALE MORTON LEVVIS Executive Council of Student Council 3, 43 Council Officer, Yice- President3 Class Officer, President 23 Homeroom Officer, President 23 Safety Committee 23 Student Cooperative Chairman 43 Standards Chairman 33 French Club 43 Latin Club 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 43 Service Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Marshal 43 Interclub Council 3, 43 Junior High School Orientation 43 Student Advisor 3, 4. JOHN AUSTIN LEWIS "Austin" German Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 43 Ensemble 43 Winged Words 4. LESTER ERNEST LLOYD "Lester" Class Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Student Council Alternate 33 Standards Committee 33 Projects Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Ger- man Club 3, Vice-President 43 Junior Red Cross, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Science Club 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 National Forensic League 33 Boys' State 33 National Honor Society Convention 33 Raleigh Youth Council 3, 43 Junior Science S mposium 33 Student Advisor 3, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Service Club. CYNTHIA LOUISE LONG Homeroom Ofiicer, Treasurer 3, Secretary 43 Student Cooperative Committee 43 Standards Committee 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 43 Future Teachers of America 33 Orchestra 2, 3, t434Hi-Times Staff 43 Governor's School 33 National Honor ocie y . NANCY AUGUSTA LONG "Nancy" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Homeroom Ofiicer, Vice- President 2, Treasurer 3, 43 Publicity Committee 3, Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, Secretary 43 Service Club 3, 43 Y-Teens3 Hi-Times Staff 43 LATIPAC Staff 43 Career day Guide 23 Chairman of Publicity, Homecoming, Snowball Committees 43 Teen Writer 4. MARGARET MARIE LOTT "Peggy" French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America, Parliamentarian 43 Winged Words 4. BRIAN ALBERT LOVVORN "Brian" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3, President 43 Span- ish Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 2. WILLIAM ROSS LUDGATE BRENDA LEE LOVE Homeroom Officer, Secretary 33 Future Homemakers of America 23 Vocational Industrial Club 43 Enloe-Distributed Education Clubs of America 2. ROBERT LEE LUGANI "Bobby-Lou" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Stage Crew 23 Spanish Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 23 Sympahonic Band 2, 43 Orchestra 2, 43 Junior High School Orienta- ion . ELEANOR LUNDY "Ele" Spanish Club 3, 43 Little Theatre 3, 43 Health Careers Club 3, 4. JAMES PRESTON MCALLISTER "James" Homeroom Ofncer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, President 43 French Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, President 43 Science Club 2. JOHN MILLER MCALLISTER "John" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant.-at-Arms 2, 33 Hi-Times Representative 43 Spanish Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Football Team 3, 43 Junior Varsity Football Team 23 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4. JOHN DOUGLAS MCCANTS "J ohn" Stage Crew 43 German Club 23 Junior Red Cross 2, 4. 4,6 i I he 4ow5?4Lj'nl-omg? fb Pr 11,3 P19 l QQQ -its ' p Ah , x Y ff 3' JOHN ARCH MCCLAMROCH "John" French Club 2: Vocational Industrial Club 3, 4. JUDITH ANN MCCLAMROCH "Judy" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 25 French Club 35 Office Assistant 25 Future Business Leaders of America 4. PEGGY LEE MCCLENNY "Peggy" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 LA'rxPAc and Hi-Times Representative 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4. KAREN ELLEN MCCOTTER Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 45 Traffic Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 45 Y-Teen International 45 Interclub Council 4. SHERYL ELAINE MCGHEE "Sheryl" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 25 Spanish Club 2, 45 Ensemble 45 Chorus 3. ANN SHEPHERD MCIVER "Ann" Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 School Store 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Student Advisor 4. EDNA KAREN MCKINNEY "Karen" French Club 2. 35 Future Teachers of America 4. ELLEN MCLAUGHLIN "Ellen" Lost and Found Committee 45 Spanish Club 2, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 2, Vice- President 3, 45 Interclub Council 3, 45 Health Careers Club 3, President 45 National Honor Society 4. DOUGLAS WORTH MCMILLAN "Doug" Executive Council of Student Council 45 Homeroom Omcer, Vice- President 2, 35 Cafeteria 25 Student Cooperative 35 Intramural Sports Chairman 45 Spanish Club 25 Hi-Y Vice-President 45 Track Team 2, 3, 45 Cross Country Team 3, 45 Career Day Guide 25 Stu- dent Advisor 3, 4. ROBERT WADE MCMILLEN "Robert" WALTER RICHARD MABREY MARY CATHERINE MACNAIR "Catherine" Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-ab Arn? 'Iireasurer 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 35 Orches- ra , , . JOY DIANA MANGUM "Joy" Ofhce Assistant 45 Cooperative Office Occupations 45 Hi-Times Typist 4. HENRY T. MANNING "Hank" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, President 3, 45 German Club 2 rliqli-Y 24 35 Football Team 35 Junior Varsity Football Team 25 o eam . JOHN THOMAS MARGESON "John" Latin Club, Vice-President 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 45 Chess and Bridge Club 25 Student Advisor 35 All State Band 2. DEBORAH ANN MARTIN "Debbie" Student Council Representative 35 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 25 Libxga1ry3CaJmmittee 45 French Club 2, 35 Devotional Club 25 En- sem e , . DONNA SUE MARTIN "Donna" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 35 French Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3. KATHALEEN CLAIRE MATTHEWS "Kathy" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, 35 Student Council Altemate 35 givgil Ililefgnge Committee 45 French Club, Treasurer 25 Cheerleader , , ea . 47 SUSAN LYNN MAUGHAN "Susie" Homeroom Otiicer, Student Council Alternate 23 Hospitality Com- mittee 233French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 33 Future Teachers of America . MARY CATHERINE MEARES "Mary" Homeroom OH-icer, Secretary 2, 4, President 33 Assembly Committee 43 Projects Committee 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Chorus 3, Secretary 43 Cast of "Carousel" 23 College Day Guide 23 Career Day Guide 23 Junior High School Orientation 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 Service Club 4. CARROLL Roy IVLELTON -fcarroir' Library Committee 3, 43 French Club 43 Little Theater 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Marching'Band 23 Chess and Bridge Club 3, 43 Winged Words 3, Business Manager 4. DAVID MCNEILL MELVIN "David" ELIZABETH MARY MICHAELS "Beth" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 3, 43 Sports Committee 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 4, Secretary 33 Junior Red Cross Representative 23 Y-Teens 2, 4, Secretary of T.I.P. 33 Y-Teen Interclub Council 3, President 43 Interclub Council 43 Raleigh Youth Council Associate Member 43 Student Advisor 3. JOHN ALBERT MICHAELS "Jack" Homeroom Officer, President 43 Elections Committee 43 Spanish Club 23 Football Team 43 Golf Team 3. JOYCE RENEE MICHAELS "Renee" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 33 School Store Committee 3, Chairman 43 French Club 3, Secretary 23 Ensemble 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 National Merit Semi- Finalist 43 Student Council Homecoming Sponsor 43 National Honor Society 4: Service Club 4. DOROTHY REBECCA IVIIDYETTE "Midget" Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative ,23 Red Cross Representative 43 Lost and Found Committee 43 Sports Committee 23 French Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Broughton Devotional Club 2, 43 College fDay Guide 23 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 3. CYNTHIA RUTH MILLER "Cindy" Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative 23 Spanish Club 23 Future Business Leaders of America 4. LINDA ANNE MILLER "Linda" French Club 33 Y-Teens 23 Saint Genevieve of-the-Pines 3. NORMAN C. MILLER "Butch" Latin Club 23 Baseball Team 2, 3, 43 Wrestling Team 3, 43 Hi-Y 23 Monogram Club 3, 4. SARAH BETH MILLER "Sarah" Iiiognellroom Officer, Secretary 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Orchestra ALLEN LESTER MIMS, JR. "Allen" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 43 Stage Crew 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Career Day Guide 2, 3. BARBARA JEAN MINCEY "Barbara" Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Alternate 3, Treasurer 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 33 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH MACKINNON MITCHELL "Debbie" Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 23 French Club 2, 33 Winged Words 4. MARILYN JO MOELLER "Marilyn" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 Library Committee 43 German Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Broughton Devotional Club 33 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 National German Exam, 2nd in District 3. DARRYL WINFIELD MOFFETT "Darryl" EVELYN MARTIN MOORE "M3TtiE" Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 33 Little Theatre 23 Office Assistant 3, 43 Marching Band 33 Symphonic Band 23 Pep Band 3. 4-8 wif ik :U W X " 15- , 5- 'CT' Q ,af .4 4,334 MN ilu' , W A t 4 3, 'X 5146 In LANDON RIDDLE MOORE French Club 23 Hi-Y 23 Monogram Club 3, 43 Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes 3, 43 Junior Varsity Basketball Team 23 Basketball Team 3, 43 Baseball Team 3, 43 Track Team 23 "Harry Porter Bat- ting Triumph" 3. PAULETTE ANNE MOORE "Polly" ,Homeroom Of'Hcer, Secretary 2, Hi-Times Representative 33 Intra- mural Sports Committee 23 Spanish Club 2, 3. TERRY ELIZABETH MOORE "Terry" Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 33 French lClub 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 Honor Society 43 Ensemble 43 1Chorus 33 Orchestra 2. JAMES THOMAS MURPHY "James" Vocational Industrial Club of America 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 2. DAVID GLENN MURRAY "David" Spanish Club 3, 43 Wrestling Team 3. MICHAEL ALLEN NEEL "Mike" LACY ARNOLD NEELY "Lacy" Vocational Industrial Club 2. MARY RENNIE NEWBOLD "Rennie" Student Council Altemate 23 French Club 2, 33 Vardell Hall, Red Springs, N. C., Tennis Team 33 Tennis Club 33 Volleyball Team 33 Football Team 33 Representative to Girls' Athletic Association 3. SARA ANN NEWBOLD "Sara Ann" Student Council Officer, Secretary 3, Treasurer 43 Executive Coun- cil of Student Council 3, 43 Homeroom Officer, Student Represen- tative 23 Class Officer, Secretary 23 Hospitality Committee 23 French Club 2, 43 Latin Club 23 Service Club 3, 43 Little Theater 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Queen of Hearts Court 2, 33 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 3, 4. ANGELA YVONNE NEWKIRK "Angie" Spanish Club 23 Y-Teens 23 Future Business Leaders of America 4. KURT DOUGLAS NEWMAN "Kurt" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 33 Stage Crew 2, 3, Chairman 43 German Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 3, 43 Little Theatre 2, 3 43 National Forensic League 33 Interclub Council 43 Chess and Bridge Club 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, Business Manager 43 LATIPAC Staff 2, 43 Boys' State 33 Student Advisor 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Honor Society 43 Service Club. DEBORAH LORAINE NEWSOME "Debbie" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 43 Social Standards 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Office Assistant 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Student Advisor 43 Grainger High School, Kinston, N. C.3 Latin Club, Secretary3 Marching Band. JOHN STEVENSON NEWTON VHENRY GILLIAN NICHOLSON "Gillian" Library Club 43 Assembly 3, 43 Service Club 4. PETTY MARISE NORRIS PAMELA RUTH NOWELL "Pam" Latin Club 23 Homeroom Oflicer, Red Cross Representative 4. RUFUS JASPER NYE "Rufus" Homeroom Officer, United Fund Representative 2, 3. CHARLES COPE ODOM "Charlie" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 33 Poster Committee 23 lElections Committee 23 Projects Committee 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 'Junior Red Cross 2, 3. ...,. 3 1 L1 -M is fx 3 31 . ff 1 ,.,-w-nf fx ,S an z 'VY L- 'Q -Q.. Q"'3'i- Q x S es: , nw 3 . 1 'Q sr" 15" aw, , 3, in .5 if . if ITA?- 3955 595- - if hug.. ,, vm. f if' iigs 1 151223 i 'ZW' I. syn Q if Q2 3 'S . The as fav 1 Yi, Q ii, Q in-fi' 7m is H. -M, Q. N JIM UPTON OLIVER "Jim" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, 3, President 43 Elections Com- mittee 23 German Club, President 2, Vice-President 33 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 2, 43 Queen of Hearts Escort 33 Student Advisor 33 Woodberry Forest School for BOYSQ Debating Team. SARA PARKER OLSEN "Sara" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 German Club 23 Y- Teens 3, 4. RENAY SHEALY OSWALD "Renay" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 33 Hi-Times Represen- tative 43 Assembly Committee 33 School Store 43 Latin Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 43 Y-Teen Interclub Council 43 Future Teachers of America 33 Ensemble 43 Chorus 33 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 3g School Organist 3, 4. CATHERINE ANNE OWENS "Anne" Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 23 Red Cross Represen- tative 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. .TUDITH ELISABETH PAGE "Judy" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 23 Y-Teens 43 Marching Band 33 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Chess and Bridge Club 23 Winged Words 4. JOHN VERNON PARHAM "John" Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 French Club 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Hi-Y 43 Fellowship of' Christian Athletes 3, 43 Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Traimng Corps 2, 3, 43 National Achievement Scholarship Semi-Finalist. ELIZABETH ANN PARKER "Betsy" Homeroom Ofiicer, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 33 Student Coopera- tive 23 Sports Committee 43 French Club, Vice-President 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Science Club 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Y-Teen Interclub Council, Publicity Chairman 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Cast of play "Carousel" 23 Youth Council Associate lgengber 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Service u 4. IRA LEE PARKER, III "Lee" Homeroom Ohicer, Hi-Times Representative 43 Queen of Hearts Es- cort 33 Fork Union Military Academy 2, 33 Rifie Team 2, 33 Presi- dent NRA Club 23 Captain Rifie Team 3. ROBERT LARRY PARKER "Larry" Library Committee 3, 4. SUSAN GAYNELLE PARKER "Susan" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Trea- surer 3, Hi-Times Representative 43 Hospitality Committee 2, 43 French Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Stu- dent Advisor 4. BETTY JEAN PARSON "Betty" Future Business Leaders of America 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 23 Cooperative Office Occupations 43 Hi-Times Typist 43 LATIPAC Typist 4. JUDY LORRAINE PEARSON "Judy" Future Business Leaders of America 43 Cooperative Office Occupa- tions 43 Lariimc Typist 43 Hi-Times Typist 4. MICHAEL FORD PEATROSS "Mike" SHIRLEY MAE PENNELL "Shirley" Student Council Alternate 33 Library Committee 33 Intramural Sports 2. THOMAS EDWIN PERRY "Tommy" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Football Team 43 Track Team 3, 43 Audio-Visual Club 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Hargrove Military Academy, Chatham, Virginia 2, 33 Audio-Visual 2, 33 Fellowship of' Christian Athletes 2, 33 Track Team 23 Cross Country 2, 3. ANN LOUIS PHARR "Ann" Homeroom Ofiicer, Secretary 43 Poster Committee 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 NCTE Nominee3 National Honor Society 4. MELVIN VANBUREN PHILLIPS "Van" Air Force Junior Reserve Ofiicers Training Corps. SHARON MILLER PICKARD "Sharon" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Secretary 43 Projects Com- mittee 23 Sports Committee 43 Spanish Club 23 Latin Club 4, Trea- surer 33 Little Theater 23 Cast of Play "Carousel"3 Y-Teens 3, 43 Cheer Leader 3, 43 Ensemble 43 Chorus 33 Student Advisor 3, 43 Service Club. JOHN LEROY PIERCE "John" German Club 2, 33 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Circus Band 33 Bus Driver 3. PATRICIA LYN PIERCE "Pat" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, President 43 French Club 2, 43 Hi- Llgiqriteg 2, 43 Larnmc Staff 2, 43 Homecoming Sponsor, Varsity Foot- a PAMELLA MARLENE PIKE "Pam" Library Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Library Club 2, 3, Social Chairman 43 Y-Teens 2. JAMES LEE PILAND "Jim" Homeroom Officer, President 23 Student Council Representative 3, Vice-President 43 Civil Defense Committee 4. JAMES MICHAEL PILKINTON "Mike" House and Grounds Committee 43 German Club 23 Spanish Club 4. LAURA JANE PIPKIN "Laura" Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Regre- sentative 2, Secretary 33 Hi-Times Representative 43 Spanish lub 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 23 Future Homemakers of America 4. MARY LOUISE PLONK "Mary Louise" Homeroom Officer 2, Hi-Times Alternate 43 Lost and Found 43 French Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, Treasurer 43 Y-Teen Interclub Coun- cil 43 Career Day Guide 23 Junior High School Orientation 4. GRACE STRATTON PONZER "Gaye" Latin Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 3, 43 Youth Council 3, 4. BRENDA JOYCE POOLE "Brenda" Student Council Representative 33 Student Council Alternate 43 Spanish Club, Treasurer 33 Student Advisor 3, 4. LINDA CHERYL POOLE "Linda" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 23 Hi-Times Repre- sentative 43 Student Cooperative 33 Mimeographing 43 Spanish lub 2, 33 Y-Teens 3, 43 Future Business Leaders of America 3. STEWART RATLIFF POPE "Stewart" French Club 2. MARY MAUDE PORTER "Mary" Student Council Alternate 23 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times alternate 33 Library Club 43 French Club 23 Future Teachers of America 2, Treasurer 3, President 43 Interclub Council 43 Student Advisor 4. ROBERT ALTON POTTER "Bob" Homeroom Officer, President 43 Civil Defense 43 Spanish Club 2, 43 Varsity Band 23 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 33 National Honor Society 4. MILLIE SANDERS POU "Millie" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretaiiqy 33 Hi-Times Alternate 43 School Store 23 Intramural Sports 2, 33 rench Club 23 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. PATRICIA IRENE POWELL "Patty" French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Orchestra 2. KATHERINE RUTH POWERS "Kathy" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 33 Stage Crew 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Little Theater 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 43 Raleigh Junior Youth Council 3, Chairman Special Events Committee 4. BARBARA KEEL PRESTON "Tina" Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Alternate 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Health Careers Club 3, 4. RICHARD LEE PRICE "Rick" Homeroom Officer, President 2, 33 French Club 2. GROVER BELMONT PROCTOR, JR. "Grover" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 43 National Honor Society Convention 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, President 43 Interclub Council 43 Debate Team 33 Career Day Guide 23 Youth Council 2, Sergeant- at-Arms 43 Student Advisor 33 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Gov- ernor's School 23 N. C. Oratorical Contest Qlst placel 23 Award of Excellence for Debating 3. WILLIAM MICHAEL PUGH "Billy" Sports Committee 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Baseball Team 4. TIMOTHY E. PUGH "Timothy" German Club 43 New Bern High School 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 33 The Talisman Players, Treasurer 3, 43 Chess Club 23 Crystals 2, 33 The Bear Club 2, 33 Cast of "The Devil and Miss Twiddle" 2. DIANE PURCELL "Diane" French Club 2, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. PATRICIA JEAN RAGLAND "Patsy" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Mimeographing Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 2, 33 Ensemble 43 Cast of "Carouse1"3 Career Day Guide. MARTHA ANN RAND "Martha" Homeroom Onicer, Secretary 2, Treasurer 33 Library Committee 23 French Club, President 2. DEBORAH ANN RANZINO "Debi" Homeroom Officer, President 33 Student Council Representative 4, Alternate 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Little Theater 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 33 Marching Band 43 Majorette 43 Cast of "Carousel" 2. BRENDA JOYCE RAY "Brenda" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative 33 Hi-Times Representative3 Mimeograph Committee 23 Hospitality Committee 3, Chairman 43 German Club 2, 4, Treasurer 33 Service Club 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Interclub Council 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 Chairman of Decora- tions Class Project 33 National Honor Society 4. DEBORAH LEE RAY "Debbie" Future Business Leaders of America 43 Cooperative Onice Occupa- tions 43 Hi-Times and LATIPAC Typist 4. WALTER GENE RAY "Walter" LORETTA JEAN REEL "Dink" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 23 Future Teachers of America 23 Chorus 2. MARY LYON REYNOLDS "Mary Lyon" Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 43 Civil Defense Committee 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Little Theater 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. LEWIS EARL RICH "Lewis" VIRGINIA ELIZABETH RICH "Virginia" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Y-Teens 43 Health Careers Club 33 Hi-Times Staff 2, 43 LATIPAC Staff 2, 4. SHIRLEY DIANNE RICHARDSON "Dianne" French Club 23 Cooperative Office Occupations 43 H12-Times and LATIPAC Typist 4. CYNTHIA LEE RICHBOURG "Cynthia" H12-Times Representative 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 23 Y-Teens 23 Future Teachers of America 3, 4. ANNE DIXON RICHIE "Rich" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Hi-Times Representative 33 Pub- licity Committee 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Career Day Guide 33 Y-Teens 23 Office Assistant 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Majorette 4. ROBERT I. RIEGER "Bobby" Homeroom Oiiicer, Vice-President 43 French Club 2, 33 Football Team 4. 52 ef' ga- 3 I Q' . , it xg 'Rn v . ,AN l , My 1 f z Et, 53' 3 'f gg 3 f-: 'fin , 4- 57 'ffTTf,? as 6' ...W .gs-, 3 ,. 7. . 'isbn iff--' hs., al hav KQQ Aww- NETA VERNESSA RILEY "Vernessa" Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative 2, Hi-Times Representative 3, Treasurer 43 Publicity Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Future Homemakers of America 4. LAURA LYNN ROBINSON "Laura" Homeroom Otiicer, Student Council Alternate 3, Vice-President. 43 German Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 43 Future Teachers of America 33 QM, Student Advisor 3. ' LINDA FINNEY ROSE "Linda" Homeroom Officer, President 3, Treasurer 43 Lost and Found Com- mittee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 4. JESSIE RUTH ROUSE "Rooth" .V QVN HAROLD ROBERT RowE "Harold" Homeroom Oiiicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Spanish Club 23 Junior Red Y Cross 2, 33 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 33 Track Team 2. 3 W' "'C."" . LYNN R. ROWLAND "Lynn" French Club 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4. CHARLES DWIGHT ROYSTER "Chuck" WAYNE KIMBERLY RUTH "Wayne" Spanish Club 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3. PAUL LEE SALISBURY "Lee" ---- Homeroom Officer 2, 33 Executive Council of Student Council 43 Election Committee 33 Projects Committee 4, Chairman: French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 23 Service Club 4' National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4g Interclub Council 4 Career Day Guide 23 Raleigh Youth Council 43 Student Advisor 3, 4 ,f 7- wu- EDWARD SULLIVAN SANDERS "Eddie" Spanish Club 2. HELEN ANDREA SAPARILAS "Elaine" Library Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Librari Club 3, 4 Y-Teens 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Marching and 2, 3, 4 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 43 National Honor Society 4. ELLEN TOBY SAUBER "Ellen" LILLIA MAE SCARBOROUGH "Lillia" Spanish Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Future Business Leaders of America SUSAN ALICE SCHOEN "Susie" Homeroom Ohicer 43 Hi-Times Representative 43 Poster Committee 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Future Teachers of America DAVID HOWELL SCOGGINS "David" Audio-Visual Committee 2, 33 French Club 23 Audio-Visual Club 33 Bus Driver 2, 3. ELMER MCDAWELL SCOTT "Elmer" Junior Red Cross 4. JANETTE ROSE SCOTT "Janette" Hi-Times Altemate 3, 43 Library Committeeg French Club 2, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Library Club 43 Y-Teens 43 Future Business Leaders of America 4. JOHN WILLIAM SCOTT "John" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Hi-Times Alternate 4: Stage Crew 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 43 Wrestling Team 2. L Q 4. 5- Q-..- Cv Ei fly J' 'M nr -4 F C S2 1 14? ,V 31.5, may LYNDA GAIL SEAGROVES "Lynda" Student Council Alternate 33 Library Committee 23 Intramural Sports Committee 2, 3. THELMA RUTH SEARS "Ruth" Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Winged Words 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. REBECCA ANN SEDWICK "Becky" Homeroom OH'icer, Red Cross 23 Spanish Club 23 Library Club 23 Future Teachers of .America 33 Future Homemakers of America 33 Orchestra 2, 3. WILLIAM ALVIN SEDWICK "William" Vocational Industrial Club 4. MARGARET ELIZABETH SENTER "Peggy" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student Council Repre- sentative 33 Homeroom Officer, Vice-President, 23 Cafeteria Com- mittee Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Marshal 2, 43 Ensemble, Vice President 43 Chorus 2, 3, Accompanist3 Carousel Accompanist3 Student Advisor 3, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 43 Service Club 4. WILLIAM RUDY SEYMOUR ' 'Rudy" Homeroom Omcer, Hi-Times Representative 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Varsity 2, 3, 4. EUZELIA SHARPLESS "Euze1ia" Hi-Times Representative 43 French Club 23 Latin Club 4, JEAN CAROL SHAVER "Jean" French Club 2, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Symphonic Band 2, 3. BRUCE TEMPLE SHELL "Bruce" DEAVER THOMAS SHELL "Tom" J.V. Football Team 2. ROBERT NELSON SHERRILL "Bobby" Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-ab Arms 2, President 33 Civil Defense 3, 43 Elections Committee 43 Latin Club 23 Hi-Y, Treasurer 3, President 43 Office Assistant 33 Wrestling Team 3, 43 Student Advisor 4. ELIZABETH ANNE SIMPSON "Betsy" Hi-Times Representative 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Junior Red Cross 2. DEBORAH LEE SLEDD "Deborah" Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Officer, Vice-Presi- dent Secretary 33 Sports Committee 2, 33 French Club 3, 4, Secre- ary . DEBORAH KAY SLOAN "Debbie" Hi-Times Representative 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. ANNE ELIZABETH SMALTZ "Anne" French Club 23 Y-Teens 4: Officer Assistant 3. GORDON SHANNON SMITH "Shannon" Ensemble 4: Chorus 33 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Varsity Band 2, 33 Circus Band 2, 3, 43 Bus Driver 3. JAMES MICHAEL SMITH "Mike" Soest Senior High School: Soest, Gennany3 Football3 Basketba1l3 Track3 Cross Count.ry3 Assembly Committee. JANET ANNE SMITH "Janet" Spanish Club 2, 43 Little Theater 43 Winged Words 4. LUCINDA HEATH SMITH "Lucinda" Y-Teens: Office Assistant. PEGGY JEAN SMITH "Peggy" Little Theater 45 South Rowan Senior High, French Club 25 Pep Club 25 Rocky Mount Senior High5 French Club 35 Study Club 3. CYNTHIA MASON SNYDER "Cindy" Intramural Sports Committee 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Symphonic Band 2, 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Career Day Guide 2. SHARON ELAINE SPEIGHT "Sharon" Girls Chorus 25 Cooperative Office Occupations 45 LATIPAC and Hi- Times Typist 4. ERIC T. SPINELLA "Eric" Class Officer, Vice-President 2, 35 Homeroom Officer, President ' Student Council Representative 45 Social Standards Committee German Club 25 Hi-Y 25 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 5 Hi-Times Staff' 2, 45 LATIPAC Staff 2, 45 J.V. Basketball Team 5 Career Day Guide 25 Student Advisor 45 Chairman of Junior Class Chicken Dinner 35 Chairman of Homecoming 4. New REBECCA STALLINGS "Rebecca" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 Poster Committee 45 Intramural Sports Committee 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Student Advisor 45 Winged Words 45 Chairman of Homecoming Dance 45 National Honor Society 4. SHARON ELIZABETH STAPLETON "Sharon" DEBORAH LYNN STARK "Debbie" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 35 Student Council Representative 45 Assembly Committee 35 Student Cooperative 35 Hospitality 25 Sports Committee, Co-Chairman 45 French Club 2, 3, Vice-President 25 Junior Red Cross 25 Interclub Council 45 Hi-Times Staff 2, 45 LATIPAC Staff 2, 45 College Day Guide 25 Career Day Guide 25 Junior High School Orientation 45 Student Advisor 3, 4. WANDA SUE STEVENS "Wanda" Y-Teens 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Future Homemakers of America 4. DONALD EDWIN STEWART "Don" Ieiimngegozim Officer, Vice-President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Spanish u , . ELIZABETH SWAN STEWART "Beth" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 25 Junior Red Cross Representative 35 French Club 2, 45 Y-Teens 4. RUTH NOWELL STOKES "Nowell" Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative 2, 35 Hi-Times Alternate 45 French Club, Vice-President 25 Spanish Club 4: Y-Teens 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Future Homemakers of America 4. ROBERT FRANKLIN STOOPS, JR. "Robby" German Club 2, 3, 45 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. STEVEN HAMMOND STRICKLAND "Steve" BRENDA KAY STRUEBIG Homeroom Officer, Student Council Alternate 2, Secretary 3, Vice- President 45 Social Standards Committee 45 French Club 4. THOMAS GRAHAM STUTTS "Tommy" Homeroom Officer, President 2, 4, Vice-President 35 Safety Com- mittee 25 'House and Grounds Committee 45 Spanish Club 25 Junior Red Cross 2: Hi-Times Staff 45 LATIPAC Staff 4. CHARLES WILSON SUGGS, JR. "Chip" Stage Crew 45 Poster Committee 3, 45 Spanish Club 2. SANDRA MARIE SULLIVAN "Sandra" 55 SUSAN GLENN SUMMERLIN "Susan" Student Council Representative 45 Student Council Alternate 25 Class Officer, Treasurer 35 Cafeteria 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Career Day Guide 2. ' BETTY LOUISE SUMNER "Betty" Homeroom Ofncer, Secretary 2, Hi-Times Representative 3, 45 Span- ish Club, Secretary 25 Little Theater 2, 35 Y-Teens 35 Ensemble, Historian 45 Chorus 35 Cast of Play "Carousel" 2. ROBIN ANN SUNDERLAND "Rob" Student Council Representative 35 Publicity Committee 45 Girls Vargity Gymnastic Team 25 Druid Hills High School, Atlanta, Geor- gia . JUDY MAUNEY SWAIN "Judy" Library 45 Mimeographing 25 German Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 2nd glaze Essay Contest Sponsored by National Federation of Music u s. CONNIE SUE SWART "Connie" Junior Red Cross 35 Future Business Leaders of America 35 Co- operative Onice Occupations 45 Hi-Times and LATIPAC Typist 4. CAMILLE BLOUNT SWINDELL "Camille" Homeroom Officer, Secretary 2, Hi-Times Representative 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Little Theater 25 Career Day Guide 2. DONALD BATSON SYKES "Donald" House and Grounds Committee 25 School Bus Driver 2, 3. OLLIN BAINES SYKES "O1lin" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Council Com- mittee Elections 45 French Club 25 Ensemble 45 Chorus 35 Golf Team 2. RONALD A. SYKES "Ronald" House and Grounds Committee 25 Bus Driver 3, 4. JUDY CAROL TALBERT "Judy" Student Council Alternate 35 Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 25 French Club 2, 3, 4, President 25 Latin Club 35 Y-Teens 3. JOSEPH A. TANNERY "Joe" JOHN LEAMON TART "John" BRENDA LEE TAYLOR "Brenda" LYNDA LUE TERRELL "Lynda" Homeroom Officer, Red Cross Representative 3, Secretary 45 French Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Office Assistant 45 Future Homemakers of america, Publicity 2, Vice-President 3, President 45 Career Day uide 2. STEVEN CRAIG TERRY "Steve" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Hi-Times Representative 4. JAMES E. THIEM "Jimmy" . Stage Crew 3, 45 German Club 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Chess and Bridge Club, Secretary 2, 3. MARY DEE THIEM "Deede" Homeroom Officer, Student Council Representative 2, 35 Intramural Sports Committee 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Spanish Club, President 45 Library Club 2, 35 Office Assistant 25 Hi-Times Staff 3, 45 LATIPAC Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4. STEVEN FRANK THOMPSON "Steve " Homeroom Officer 4, Vice-Presidentg French Club 25 Little Theater 2, 35 N.F.L. 25 Chess and Bridge Club 2, 35 J.V. Football Team 25 Raleigh Youth Council 2, 3, 4. 56 MNH. -Q ., A 'K' me ii.. .,., .5 . it ,af A if is it 'TTA Wir -15 ft WP f kv SUSAN GAIL THOMPSON "Susan" Mimeographing Committee 43 French Club 2, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 43 Fairfax Hall, Waynesboro, Virginia 23 Glee Club: Choir. WILLIAM WHITAKER THOMPSON "Will" Stage Crew 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Little Theater 2, 33 Winged Words 3, 43 "Carousel" 2. BRENDA K. TIE "Brenda" Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom OB'icer, Secretary 23 Hi- Times Representative 33 Cafeteria Committee 33 Assembly Com- mittee 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 23 Y-Teens 3, 43 TIP, Presi- dent 43 Y-Teen Interclub Council 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Historian 43 Raleigh Youth Council 3, 43 Student Advisor 4. FRANKIE PAULINE TOLA "Frankie" Student Council Alternate 33 French Club 23 Y-Teens 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 33 Student Advisor 4. JAMES BAXTER TURNER "Jim" Iilognegoom Officer, Sergeant-at-Anns 43 French Club 2, 33 Hi-Y WILLIAM TARLTON TURNER "Toddy" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Class Officer, Sergeant-at- Arms 33 Homeroom Officer, President 23 Civil Defense Committee, Chairman 43 Elections Committee 2, 33 French Club, Secretary 23 Marshal 2, 43 Ensemble 43 Monogram Club 2, 33 Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 43 Interclub Council 43 Football Team 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 J.V. Football Team 23 J.V. Basketball Team 23 Varsitcy' 3, 43 Golf Team 2, 33 Queen of Hearts Escort 2, 33 Career Day uide 23 Junior High School Orien- tation 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 Service Club 4. REA SPIVEY TYLER "Rea" Homeroom Officer 2, Sergeant-at-Arms3 German Club 2, 4. JOSEPHINE ANN UTTER "Jo Ann" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Homeroom Officer, Trea- surer 2, Secretary 33 Library Committee 3, 4, Chairman 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 43 Library Club 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 All-State Orchestra 2, 3, 43 "Carousel" gfcgestra 23 Career Day Guide 23 Governor's School 33 Service u . WILLIAM C. VICK, JR. "Neil" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Spanish Club 23 Little The- ater 33 NFL 33 Baylor School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 33 Spanish Club 33 Debate Counci13 Drum and Bugle Corps 33 Rifle Team 33 Staff of Baylor Notes 33 Junior Red Cross Representative 43 V.I.C.A. 4, Parliamentarian. REBECCA JANE VINCELL "Becky" HARRY CREEKMUR WALDO "Harry" French Club 23 Marching Band 2, 33 Symphonic Band 2, 3, 43 Circus Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. HARRY GAMBOL WALKER "Harry" Student Council Alternate 43 Elections Committee 43 French Club 2. 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 33 Football Team 43 Golf Team 4. WANDA RUTH WALKER "Wanda" Future Business Leaders of America 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Homemakers of America 4. FREDA ELLEN WALL "Freda" Homeroom Officer 3, Hi-Times Alternate3 Library Committee 23 French Club 2, 43 Student Advisor 4. ROBERT EUGENE WALL "Bobby" West Cary High School 23 Student Council Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Monogram Club 23 J.V. Basketball, Co-Captain 23 Track Team 2. CHARLES WINFRED WARD "Charley" Stage Crew 3, 43 Little Theater 3, 43 Interclub Council 43 Photog- raphy Club 3, 4, President 43 Winged Words 3, 4, Assistant Editor 43 "The Return of Danch" 3. MARY MARTHA WARD "Marti" Student Council Representative 33 Student Council Alternate 43 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 23 Poster Committee 2, 3, 43 Hospitality 43 House and Grounds 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Student Advisor 3, 43 Service Club 4. JUDITH ANNE WARREN "Judy" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 2, 3, Secretary 43 Hospitality Com- mittee 43 Intramural Sports Committee 3, 43 French Club, Secretarg 2, Treasurer 43 Y-Teens 23 Health Careers Club 43 Hi-Times Sta 3, 43 Lrrxrnc Staff 3, 4: Student Advisor 4. Q' ' in f 3 1. Q3 We Giv-v is Hb MARY HELEN WARREN "Mary" Y-Teens 2. 3. STEPHEN BRIAN WARRICK "Steve" Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 33 Chorus 3, 43 Clayton High School, Clayton, North Carolinag French Club 23 Science Club 23 5-V Basketball Team 23 Track Team 2. JOHN WILBUR WATKINS "John" Spanish Club 2, 43 Golf Team 3, 4. JUDY ELIZABETH WATKINS "Judy" French Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 3. SARAH ELIZABETH WATKIN S "Beth" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 23 French Club 2, 33 Future Business Leaders of America 4. VERA ELLEN WATSON "Vera" Homeroom Otlicer, Vice-President 2, 33 Assembly Committee 43 Sganish Cllab 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Y-Teens 23 Chorus 23 Cast of ' arouse" . LINDA SUSAN WEATHERS "Susan" Student Council Representative 43 Homeroom Oflicer, Secretary 2, 33 Poster Committee 3 French Club 23 Queen of Hearts Court 3. BARRETTE OAKES WELCH "Barry" Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 43 Intramural Sports 43 French Club, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 3, 43 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 43 Golf Team 2. 3. 4: Student Advisor 4. FLORENCE MATILDA WELLS "Tilda" Executive Council of Student Council 43 Student Council Repre- sentative 23 Homeroom Officer, Secretary 33 Assembly Committee 3. Chairman 41 French Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club, Vice-President 3, President 43 Service Club 3, 43 Career Day Guide 23 Student Ad- Xisor 3, 43 Dance Chairman, Junior Class 33 National Honor Society MYRON CRAIG WEST "Craig" Homeroom Ol'Hcer, President 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Sports Com- mittee 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, President 23 Office Assistant 23 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 43 J .V. Foot- ball Team 23 Basketball Team 2. JOSEPH DOYLE WHEELER "Joe" German Club 4. GRACE AMANDA WHITAKER "Tracy" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 23 Red Cross Representative 3, President 43 Social Standards Committee 23 Intramural Sports Committee 33 French Club 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 33 Office Assistant 43 College Day GuideA23 Career Day Guide 3. WINIFRED WHITE "Winnie" Student Council Alternate 2, 33 Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 43 French Club 23 Chorus 4. CONNIE SUE WHITEHEAD "Connie" Library Committee 4. THOMAS HAROLD WHITFIELD "Tommy" JANE ELIZABETH WIEMER "Janie" Student Council Representative 33 Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, Secretary 43 Social Standards Committee 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 33 Y-Teens 2. CAROLYN JEAN WILDER "Jean" Junior Red Cross 23 Office Assistant 23 Teacher Assistant 43 Future Business Leaders of Americag Reporter 43 Chorus 2. MICHAEL PHILIP WILDER "Mike" Student Council Alternate 33 Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 23 Sports 23 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Times Staff 2, 3, 43 LATIPAC Staff 2, 3, 4: Career Day Guide 2. 58 W9 if Riff? ' Qs Q ww ii-:J X if Q33 it QQ? .3 , i 7 7 ------W -- 1--W CAROL WILLIAMS "Carol" Homeroom Officer, Hi-Times Representative 2, 3, Treasurer 41 French Club 2, 3, 41 Latin Club 21 Y-Teens 2, 3, 41 Orchestra 2, 3, 41 Governor's School 31 National Merit Semi-Finalist 41 Prix D'Honneur National French Contest 2. DOUGLAS CARROLL WILLIAMS "Doug" Homeroom Ohicer, Sergeant-at-Arms 41 Elections 4. GEORGE WESLEY WILLIAMS "George" Homeroom Officer, President 2. KARSON KAY WILLIAMS "Kay" Chorus 21 Health Careers Club 4. STEPHEN MICHAEL WILLIAMS "Steve" Homeroom Officer, President 41 House and Grounds 41 French Club 41 Latin Club 21 Hi-Y 2, 41 Chess and Bridge Club 41 Bus Driver 21 National Merit Semi-Finalist 41 North Davidson Senior High, Lex- ingtion, North Carolina1 Assistant Editor of Knight Newsg Chess Club 31 Varsity Debatorg Forensic League, Treasurer1 Bus Driver. JOHN FRANKLIN WILSON "John" Homeroom Officer, Sergeant-at-Arms 21 Stage Crew 41 Spanish Club 2, 3, 41 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 41 Chess and Bridge C ub 31 St.udent Advisor 4. RICHARD BART VVILSON "Bart" Spanish Club 21 Marching Band 2, 3, 41 Symghonic Band 2, 3, 41 Circus Band 3, 41 Orchestra 2, 3, 41 Air Force .O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. JAMES PATRICK WISE "Jim" Homeroom Oflicer, Vice-President 41 Poster Committee 41 Hi-Y 3, 41 Symphonic Band 31 Governor's School 31 Marching Band 21 Davis Senior High School, Davis, California. ROBERT BALFOUR WOODSON "Robert" Student Council Alternate 21 French Club 21 Air Force R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. MARTHA LYNNE WOOLDRIDGE "Martha" Executive Council of Student Council 41 Student Council Repre- sentative 31 Social Standards 21 Intramural Sports 41 Mimeograph- ing 3, Chairman 41 French Club 2, 3, 41 Junior Red Cross 21 Na- tional Honor Society 41 Ohice Assistant 41 Future Teachers of America1 Interclub Council 4. f' CHARLES LUTHER WOOTEN "Charlie" Little Theater 41 Photogradphy Club 41 Winged Wards, Prose Editor 41 1968 World Peace Gol Key1 Award for Writing1 Betty Smith Award for P1aywriting1 Author of "Return of Danch." LINDA SUE WOOTEN "Sue" Easter Committee 4: French Club 2, 41 Little Theater 41 Y-Teens TI-IERESA JANE WYSOCKI "Jane" Library Club 3, 4, Vice-President 41 German Club 4. ALMA CAROLE YOUNG "Alma" Library Club 21 Office Assistant 2. MARGARET DIANNE YOUNG "Sam" French Club 2: Hi-Times Representative 3. MARY MARGARET YOUNG "Mary" Homeroom Officer, Treasurer 41 French Club 31 Future Business Leaders of America, Secretary 41 Chorus 2, 4. MALINDA LEIGI-I YOUNTS "Milinda". Student Council Representative 31 Homeroom President 41 Social Standards Committee 41 Student Cooperative 3. CATHERINE TATUM ZACHARY "Cathy" Wadesboro High School 2, 31 Tiger Tales St3ff2 Hi-Times Represen- tative 41 Majorette 2, 31 Health Careers Club 2, 31 Girl's Basketball Team 2, 3. Q 1 ,M 15 .re 1 t W :Maw V' W Q l 1 3 , ya ,"'s 60 MARTHA MARIE ZAYTOUN "Marie" Chairman of Lost and Found 43 Student Council Representative 23 Homeroom Vice-President 33 French Club, Secretary 23 Latin Club, Vice-President 2, Secretary 33 Career Day Guide 23 Student Advisor 3, 43 Chairman of Junior Girls in Olympicsg Service Club 33 Little Theater 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Y-Teens 23 Marshal 3, 4. ROXIE MAE ZIMMERMAN Future Homemakers of America 2. ffl' frQ54QfQ ...W,31 ' ' 0553 T21 My 'gl' 55, fu. Y 1 sm f Q 5 M ig , is 2 fr 4 5,4 1, Q . ea K 2 fi JA ' -1531 Q 'i3'X3iA5N ' 711516 V 7 V Arr QM ,- 3 54 ., I QQ? :well -. Juniors Discovery, indecision . . . who am I? . . . what do I want of me? . . . they tell me of Emerson, of Thoreau, and Melville . . . learn of the evil in the world they say, but thoughts of waxing bleachers, PSAT, of winning Junior-Seniors Olympics, of the first snowfall, of strawberry ice cream in the cafe- teria, and a juke box in the student lounge . . . these thoughts crowd out Emerson, crowd out P. 1 and P. 2 . . . who am I? . . . the inbetween, not quite old enough yet too old . . . the impatience, show me what the world offers . . . let me become what I am . . . but, who am I? . . . what do I want of me? if X 4 I . 3 L A . V 'A , ,. -4 PQ 1 Q. u . un' ' I ii xv I W., 1 1 .,.-9 , . 11, Q - .'lwAf 'f ii' 3 -a. 0 . Q 'E 5, f 'sf ww' M ,s Q . HQ- g 3 ,gg we W 5 .. S. f ku 40 z H gi 6,215 ' f ffm.. . - -bw .,,Q,3f:-Q1-Q:1 W . .n , "fy 4 . tiki. L : 2A KN . , 'V f H -fag Ng., V. M X 2 uf Q..5-A.,.,f f ..,.-., Q - 5 . -4 2 . M., Vu V 5 sux fi WR Mary Paula Zaytoun, Garland King, Duncan McMillan, Simon Parker, Timmy West, Susan Milner. i Junior Class Officers DUNCAN MCMILLAN ....,. ............. P resident GARLAND KING ................. ......, V ice President MARf PAULA ZAYTOUN .....,.. .,.,... S ecretary SUSAN MILNER ............... .................. T reasurer TIMMY WEST ........ ....... S ergeant-at-Arms MR. SIMON PARKER ...... ............. A dvisor Martha Lorena Abrams William Acton Kirk L. Adams Donna Kaye Adcox Mark Anthony Aiken Barbara Vernice Akins Floyd Shelby Alford Susan India Allen Steve Allred Steve Allen Anderson Tony Mike Andruzzi Elizabeth Ann Arey Barbara Ellen Arline Fredric G. Arnold Stewart A. Aull Anne M. Austin Lynn C. Avery Donald Wayne Bailey Steve Edwin Bailey Brenda K. Baker Lawrence Ball Al F. Ballard Aldos Barefoot William O. Barker Gwendol n Claire Barnes Y Duane Barret James Woodhouse Barrick Donna R. Bartlett Pamela Batey Roberta Elizabeth Batts Thomas M. Bayley Shirley Elaine Beach Carolyn Beane Sally Augusta Beane David F. Beaver James Bedrick Shelley Anne Beeler Virginia H. Bell Susan E. Bello Robert H. Belvin Nancy Lee Berson James Carson Biggs Robert Michael Birch Barbara Bitler Elaine Blackwell Carolyn M. Blinson John Harbin Boddie James Michael Bourey John H. Bowen Stephen P. Boyd Sarah Sue Boykin Thomas G. Boykin, Jr. Zerle Lu Bradshaw Stephon Edward Brandon 1' , 0 'Q ' l L 1 2 1 ' 232634, vc: :qigezz 1 i . N W A Hilda Joan Bredbrenner John C. Brim Walter Raymond Brindell Deborah Lee Britt Jane Randolph Britt Raymond Cline Brooks Stephen L. Broughman Peggy Louise Brown Pem Browne Mary V. Bruce Brenda Joyce Buck Thomas David Bunn William B. Bunn Memory Burgess Barbara Ann Burke F. Allen Burke Sherry Virginia Burke William Burke Charles T. Burleson Rebecca Gail Burrage Ward E. Butler Bill Byron Charles Caldwell Henry Marshall Callis Mary Elizabeth Callis Elsie Cameron Gloria Cameron Curtis Campbell Catherine Randolph Carr Charlie Carroll Marshall J. Carroll Danny Hugh Carter Debbie Paige Carter Susan Cashwell Heister C. Cease Gary Chamblee Glenda Fay Chance Mike Douglas Chandler Linda Adele Chantos Deborah Church Alvin Clark Annie Lee Clark Diane Talrnan Clark Ben -Charles Clifton Evelyn Cobb Jerry L. Cobb Cathy Cohen Hedy Ann Cohen David Coley Gary Coley Charlotte Collins Steve Collins Lynda Cook Michael Coston Bunni Sue Coudriet Stuart Coward James M. Coxe Frank L. Craig Paul L. Crawley Doris Ann Crenshaw Rosa E. Curtis Robert I. Cutler Helen D. Dabbs David Dameron R. Gil Daniel William C, Darden Anne G. Davis Thomas Dawkins David Dempsey Martha Derreth Bobby Estes Dew Woody J. Deyton Brenda Dixon Susan N. Dixon Joan F. Dobson Brack Dodd, Jr. Debra A. Dodd Harry Dorsett Kathleen Downs Beverly Duncan Warren Durham Cheryl R. Earp D. Wendy Eatman Marilyn Jane Eckels Judy Edelstein Barbara Edwards George Edwards Richard C. Edwards Kate Ellington John Emory Marilyn Emory Cynthia Erdahl John R. Essen Don Etheridge Doug Etheridge George B. Evans Debra Everette Katherine Exum Mitchel Faison Timothy Finan Michael Finch Judy L. Finkner Thomas Fleming Walter Fleming Brenda Ann Flythe Deborah J. Folks Jeffrey P. Fox Richard C. Foxworth ""'9 'Zn' 1' ? if if I ' ' . , ig -- 11-1:3 mewisfge it S Jerry L. Freeman Susan C. Fuller Dorrie Ganeles Lloyd Garcia Daniel Eugene Garner Richard D. Gash Milton James Gaskill Sue Carol Gatewood Richard H. Gilbert Joanne Glassford David Godfrey Thomas Richard Goldsmith Candace Goode Guy E. Gooding 'Linda Goodman Raymon Goodmon Carol Ann Goodno Shelly Goodwin James George Gr-ady Rebecca Sue Graves Louis H. Gray Janet E. Green Michael T. Green Linda Suzanne Greene Pamela Kay Greenlaw Susan Lee Grimes Betty L. Hailey Linsey Ann Hallwood Leslie Pittman Hamilton William F. Hamner Albert Hanson David Brenning Hanson Thomas W. Hardy Thomas Henry Hargrove Rose D. Harris Susan F. Harris Ivan M. Hart Katherine Louise Hartman Greg Lyn Hassler Christine H. Havelos Dwight Hawkins Johnny Hawkins Gilbert Hay Mary V. Hayes Leslie Ruth Hedrick Nancy Jo Heilman Richard Heiser Russell Helser Edward L. Henderson Pamela Anne Herring Thomas Stephan Hicks Robert Hilker Thomas Brewer Hilker John C. Hill N - , P 5. Q- 1' K.- 'Q Q Y 'ww i, . .X 1 A Rebecca J. Hill Edward B. Hipp Lindsay B. Hoch Kevin A. Hodge Robert L. Hodges Branny L. Holder Robert Holding Carla Holland Albert E. Holliday Mary C. Holloway Richard Holmes Michael W. Holt William C. Holt Kathy E. Hoover Michael W. Hough Patricia A. House Paul S. Howard George Hudson John T. Hudson Nancy V. Hudson Cynthia H. Hunter Roy H. Huntley Dorothy B. Hyatt Joan M. Iannone Coleen F. Ingram Stanley Ingram Elaine Jackson Richard M. Jackson Sallie A. Jackson Sarah E. James S. E. Jeffries John Jenkins Suzanne C. Jennings William Jernigan Barbara J. Johnson Clarence F. Johnson Cynthia Johnson Jeff W. Johnson Mary B. Johnson Beverley Anne Jones Deborah K. Jones Donald Jones Henry Jones Jim Roland Jones James Lunell Jones Larry Jones Martha Jones Peggy R. Jones Stan F. Jones Linda Lee Kelly Emmett Dean Kemp Janet Kendall Bonnie U. Kennedy Julia Kidwell U9 'PF Carolyn Leigh King Cyrus B. King Garland Coilield King Rhonda Byrd King Janice Kistler John Adam Kline Margaret B. Knowles Kathy A. Kuehne David G. Kuhn Carl Thomas Lambeth John Lambeth Lynda F. 'Land Robert Paul Laney William Callier Laughlin Janeen Lea Ledford Barbara Elaine Legates Tonie Denise Lemay Deborah Lynn Leonard Bobby Raymond Leviner Cynthia Jean Lindsey George Ferris Lipscomb Joan Kay Little Kenneth Lloyd Judith Ann Lott James Kenneth Lowery Cathy Lundy Dan Wright McAlister Steve McClam Annie P. McCloud Don Alan McCollum Cynthia McConnell Donna Marie McCracken Elizabeth Jane McCray Linda McGhee Julia Annie McGlamery Gail McLamb Duncan A. McMillan Dick Malcolm McPhau1 William McRee Susan Lee Maness Bill Thomas Maness Jenny L. Mangum Dennis Ray Mann Frances Dillon Mansfield James Manuel Brenda Marcom James Edward Marriott Carol Martin Barbara Mason Ronnie Stuart Massengill J. Grant Matthews Melvin Matthews Betti Maughan Michael Owen Meadows -- Robert E. Meares Betty S. Medlin Janie N. Miller Patricia A. Mills Susan C. Milner Pam J. Mizelle Ronald Mobley Gwendolyn A. Moore Patrick R. Moore Joe A. Morawski Brenda G. Morgan Michael K. Morgan Nancy J. Morgan Durwood Morris Jimmy D. Morris Barbara A. Moore Bobby R. Murphy Truett W. Murray Kathy A. Myers Earl C. Neal Betsy B. Neville Dana D. Newhouse Edwin Nichols Parvin Nikakhtar Harriet J. North Mary F. Norton Varner T. Olmsted Russell E. Olmsted Michael O'Shea Donald Pagani Charlotte A. Painter Marilyn M. Pait Jane C. Panton David Park Vern R. Park Diane S. Parker Jerry R. Parnell Mary E. Parrish Richard M. Pate Lewis F. Patton Marsha A. Pearce Robert M. Peatross Sonya L. Perry Susan A. Person Steve Peterson Susan L. Peterson Ellen J. Phelps Janet M. Phillips Randy Phillips Susan L. Pinkerton Brenda G. Pilkinton Doug Pittman Kathryn D. Poole Susan I. Poole David C. Powell Larry Christopher Powe Carolyn Anne Price Charles Price Robert Diego Proctor Danny Pruitt Jan Raimondi Julien David Rattelade Martha Jean Rericha Elizabeth Floyd Reveley Doug Starffer Reynolds James Reynolds Kenny Reynolds James Roland Rich Nathan Bemard Richburg Cherrie Lynn Rider Richard Stephen Rivenbark Kelly Robbins Debra Ann Roberts Linda Kay Robertson Robert L. Roop Rufus Roper Sanford J. Rose Johnny Ross Bob Royal Jane Williams Russel Edie Salmon Hilda Jean Sanders Leonard E. Sanders Jay Howard Sauber David Sawyer Peggy A. Schafer J eifrey Schneider Nancy M. Schwartz Mac D. Sealey Margaret Seawell Carolyn Theim Separk John Wesley Seymour Sarah A. Sharpe Tom Maynard Shelburne Betsy Louise Shinbara Forrest Shuford Nancy Silver Steve H. Simpson Rosemary Sink David Smallwood Carolyn Smith Danny Eugene Smith Lyn Smith Carol Jeanette Smith Larry M. Smith Patricia Macon Smith Becky Smith Sandra E. Smith 4 Virginia Susan Smith Sharon Stanford Rosemary Stannett David Stansel William Stargardt Harriett Starling Zack B. Starritt Dorothy Steljes Doug Stephenson Teresa Ann Stephenson Nancy Stevens Peggy Anne Stevens Ken Stine Jay Stockard Sylvia Diana Stoll Bryant Stoneham Georgette Stott James Strain June Stewart Louise Watkins Sullivan Arthur Rogers Summerlin Steve Cochrane Summerlin Mark Todd Swanson Penny G. Swart Tony Phelps Sweeny Samuel Johnson Tant Allan Ray Tarleton Sarah J. Tatar Donna Susan Taylor Page Taylor John Thompson Fred Thornhill Alton Mickey Tolbert David Tripp Augusta Bernadette Turner Mary Ann Turner Terry Twining Bruce Tyson Donna Leigh Tyson Thomas Urquart Sara Jean Vanderford Maryolein E. Vandervaart Leland Vann Rosemary Vann Lou A. Veasey Ronald Lloyd Vereen Debbie Vestal George E. Vial Kathie R. Vivrett Janice Vuncannon Greg Allen Vurnakes Jane M. Walker Clara Wallis Randy Walker ,. xi A- 5. ,va 5. wr-' - . A! 1:0 A vm M. Randy Walker Lynda T. Wall Michael Keith Wall Charles A. Wallin, IV Linda Ruth Waltner Elnora Irene Watson James Ray Warren David William Waters Harry Watkins Robert M. Webb George Thomas Webster Carolyn J. Weeks Lane Mordecai Wells David Marshall West Timothy Langdon West Thomas F. West Anita Louise Wheeler Cathy Anne White J. A. White, III Elenor Ann Whitehurst Graham K. Whitfield Robert Reid Whitley Nora Ann Whyte Carl E. Wicker, Jr. R. L. Wilder, Jr. Sue E. Wilder Charles S. Williams James Williams Joan Williams Judith Williams Marsha R. Williams James Claude Williamson Donald Willoughby Ronald Willoughby Gary C. Wilson Guy Hughes Winborne Thomas Martin Winkler Bruce Winkworth Don S. Winstead Mary Alane Wise Milton Wise Rebecca Anne Wolfe Patricia Woodcock Melba Corinne Wooten George Williams Worth Robert L. Wright, Jr. Ben Wright Carl W. Wellington Holace L. Willoughby Caroline Alma Young Louise Connie Young Patricia Young Mary Paula Zaytoun cl Sub Mtv SV it Alan D. Bourey Kathy Brose Martha Christian Steve Bryan Dobbs James K. Dorsett Tommy Dozier Katherine Boyce Drew Donna Eason Nellie Sue Harper Greg Hassler Don Alan Heaton Fred Morelock Sue Morris Linda Rae Moton William Neville Becky Nipper Ernest Page Randy Parish Joe L. Poole Frank Snipes Richard Stover William White Sam A. Williams Diana K. Whitfield Sophomores Eager, aware . . . here we are Broughton High School! Here we are! . . . We learned the Alma Mater word for word . . . we sold a thousand candy bars, disected frogs, stood for Seniors in assem- bly . . . are we part now? . . . Do we belong? . . . The pressure of high school broke some like the shattering of thin glass . . . We panicked but passed the two hour exams . . . we passed Driver's Ed, too . . . we went to games and joined everything there was to join . . . are We a part now? . . . Do we belong? k , a t l fi, Wx vm: af! W Tfxgk 3559 1 . we ae- ' A uf. .Q 3 W l f 'F J, 1 get if sin? . Y , K , V. M, A - :ff- Y k K" ' ff xl xsigl, al' , .K . 1 vi 'K 15444 fe 4 ' fa - Q... 3--. x A, H s 1 x,, . ' W 5 ff' Mg 'xx fir K 'wwf ,Q , -ww, '51, 4 .vm ' g .X-.,,::.,.i-- 1 LAI el' M .NG f f ff si Dayle Flammia. Jennie Bason, Mrs. Blackwelder, Jim Little, Nancy Wilson, absent, Zack Bacon. O ophomore Class Offlcers DAYLE FLAMMIA ....... ............. P 'resident JIM LITTLE ........... ...... V ice President JENNI1-3 BASON ...... ......... S ecretary NANCY WILSON ....... ........,......... T reasurer ZACK BACON ..... ....... S ergeant-at-Arms Catherine Sue Albea Steve Adams Leta Joanne Adams Barbara Jean Allen Cathy Sue Allen David Lloyd Allen Robert Allen Robert Allsbrock Elizabeth Banks Andrews Emmanuel Paul Aretakis Emmaline Aull Paula Aycock Elizabeth Lanier Austin Sally Babcock Zack Bacon Chuck Bailey Sidney Lawrence Bailey Karen Baker Linda Fay Baker Peggy Lynn Banks Barbara Barnard Lois Elaine Barnes Patricia Ann Barr Marcia Bartholomew Jennie Marriott Bason Elizabeth Batchelor Ricky Batchelor Marty Batey Donnie Batten Sam Harold Beard Chester Beecham Edwin Earl Bell Mary Wise Benbow Judith Gail Benson Ronnie Benson Kimberly Joan Blackley Walter Blalock William Thomas Blanchard Marilyn Judith Blick Alice Blinson James Bost Linda Lorraine Bourey Jo Boykin Barbara Ann Bradbury James Murray Brannan Steve Brewbaker Walter Brock Stuart Brooks Timothy Cane Brooks Cathy Ann Broughman Edna Broughton Cliff Lee Brown Debra Brown Sarah Brown Deborah Bryan Mary Alice Bryan Nancy Bryan Mary Byrd Buchanan Katherine Ann Buifaloe Thomas Ware Bunn Henry Burke Bill Burnette Edna Minnie Burton Robert Bryan Butler Linda Byrd Cathy Cahall Ann Cater Ruth Caine Carolyn Sue Calverley Dorothy Reid Campbell Stanley Dean Carpenter Irma Elizabeth Carroll Jeannie Carter Viki Vaughn Chalifour Mary Chance Julian Chatneuii' Rita Cheek 4 , :mf , S., 5-mu real 'P sf, We ':" YV' XXX er, ea QW l X X 5 . t 8 1 5 Evelyn Cherry Sprague Cheshire Betty Chrisawn Brenda Clark Pamela Clark Gayle Clawson Sue Clements Alvin Cobb Jo Ann Cobb Cynthia Cole Susan Cole William Cole Jim -Collier Cynthia Collins Ricky Collins Ronald Collins Tom Collins Mike Commee Sharon Commee Charles Connell Richard Cook John Cooke David 'Cooksey Kathy Cooper John Corey Athalea Corns Steve Coutu Dixie Coward Christine Cox Victor Cruise Greg Crosby Jack Crompton Paul Cribbins Helen Crettier Celeste Crenshaw Deborah Daniel Donnie Daniels John Daniel John Daniels Kevin Darling Dennis Davis James Davis Janice Davis Leary Davis Mary Davis Ceanna Day Jennie Dees Sabra De Vaun Nancy Denmark Ronnie Denton Larry Denny Ricky Denny Caroline Deihl Molly Dillon Frank Dimmock Carie Dobie Donald Dodson Susan Doerr Clyde Douglas Vivian Douglas Delores Doyle Douglas Doyle Elizabeth Dunn David Dupree Jimmy Durham Kris Dybas Lois Eakes Christine Eckels Ray Edwards Nancy Edwards Wanda Edwards Keith Elks Johnnie Elks Terry Ely Ronald Ennis Carson Evans Joseph Evans W.. 1' 4 sg 1 Lx A,l: ' 4 ii 4' was f 7 1: X is mx 1, .S 4 in A 1 -Jed f 5, PR Qs ef, . bfi , - 1. ffm ggi S' fi ,rr 1 x , XX 5 in '23 5 'ff 4 1.."Tgf, li Adv 'i x if K ,ri , ,X 'ai ui ,A 1 ..,, , 7 P, f 4 .ff 'rv " ,R i ga-,sgfvf-:sg , vi S an A5 2,. na A E X S, M Q ' 94 3 , -Q it W ,S l l x 1, A A ,. - we V - ffarwgg - I H Q, V. ....5,.- -- lil mi ' Y3 'R Q in A Ta 7 M Mg, .-,.-. 1 , A la 'S H15 'A 69. F ,5,li?f?i'5 Jan Everett John David Fairchild Henry Frank Faucette Thomas Ficklin Patrice Henrika Fields Mike James Finley John Page Fisher Eula Mae Flagg Daryle Andrew Flammia Charlotte Scott Flint Alan Brooks Flournoy Cathy Alene Foltz Michael T. Fosdick David Foster Mary Frends Bill B. Franks Brian Fraser Ira Friedlander Robert Neil Fulghum William Gaines John Burgess Gaither Jim Hervey Galloway Patricia Jean Gamble Virginia Anne Garner Nancy Diane Garrison Richard Andrew Gay Lynette Glazener Ronald L. Godwin Patricia Dianne Goode Tim Lanningham Gooding Scott Goodwin Herman Goodwin Carol Ann Grant Nancy Greene Bobby Gregory Benn McNeill Grimes Nathan L. Grimes Robert L. Grosch Tommy Guess Susan Gulledge William B. Gulledge Albert Earl Gurganus David Guth Perry Paul Guy Wayne Haines James Hall Sheryl Hamilton Eric Sigmund Handy Julie C. Harding William C. Hargrove Ann Harrington Don Harris Michael Harris Peter David Hartman Kathleen Egerton Haskins James Nelson Hathcock Lonnie L. 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I Grimsley Volume XXXIII NEEDHAM BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL, RALEIGH, N, C. 27605, SEPTEMBER 4, l968 No.1 WEl.COME CLASS 0F 1971 'lielewlll Greetings From Principal Norton The summer vacation is over, and a new school year is beginning. I hope the summer has been good, and that it has been a rewarding one for you. As you return to Broughton for the school year 1968-l969 you should strive to make it the best year you have had by participating in as many of the school functions as possible and working to prepare yourself for the future. This is the fortieth year of opera- tion for Broughton, and each year has seen the school improve in at- tempting to give each student what he needs for the future. A school is what the student body makes it, and it is up to you to make this the best year yet for Broughton because YOU ARE BROUGHTON. There are many opportunities for you to participate in the life of this Changes Made Around Broughton Many changes have taken place at Broughton during the summer months. There are I5 cement benches placed around our campus. These benches were left to us by the Class of 1968. They will come in handy for relaxing on sunny days during lunch period. Also, thanks to the Class of 1968, the boy's gym has a name. The let- ters "Holliday Gymnasium" honor- ing former principal Holliday were placed on the fron! of the building in June. The painters haie been very busy. The first and third floors were com- pletely repainted. Many of the class- rooms were repainted. And last, new purple lines were painted on the gym fioor. The Safety Commit- tee took over the job of repainting the parking spaces. The rough places in the sidewalks have been repaired. A new sidewalk extends from the back parking lot to the teacher's lounge. A new floor section has been layed in the front hall. The section is the seal of Broughton and adds much dignity to the front entrance. school and to give of yourself while you prepare for the futureg but re- member, you will make the year what it is. To the Sophomores, 'fWelcome to Broughton." Participate in as many school activities as possible, and at the same time start building a good high school record. To the Juniors and Seniors, "Wel- come Backf' The leadership of the school is on your shoulders and I tmst you will accept this challenge with eagerness. Best wishes for an excellent year! Routine maintenance such as varnishing and fixing doorknobs has continued all summer. There are many new faces on the staff. Mr. Norton, our new princi- pal. has been active all summer. He is expecting I3 new teachers on the staff. Mr. Long, now assistant prin- cipal, has been on hand to help Mr. Norton. The cheerleaders have a new sponsor. Mrs. Carter has taken Mrs. Baker's placc. Many plans are being made. One plan that will interest everyone con- cerns lhe cafeteria annex, It is hoped that the annex can be con- verted into a student centered area. In other words, we may finally get that long-awaited and badly needed student lounge. The Student CO- OPerative Committee is planning to provide games and other activities for the students during lunch pe- riods. Other plans are being made to eventually remove all the trailers from the front lawn. The temporary classrooms in the auditorium, how- ever, will remain another year. -If the cafeteria annex express line is not needed, the school store committee hopes to take it over. They will then close the store in the basement, and all supplies will be sold in the cafeteria. The counter will serve as a fabulous display counter. And last, but not least, a new hot water boiler has been installed in the main building for our comfort on those cold winter days when everyone is wishing it would snow, Due to the hard work of many people, Broughton is again ready to welcome back her student body. Sophomores may not recognize the changes in Broughton. But they, like everyone else, can look forward to the best school year ever! . :e i o 'X gi l929 From the President-Buddy Jenrette I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you all to Broughton High School, Those students who have been at Broughton before know what a fine school we have. Those of you who are new to Broughton this year will find that we have one of the truly finest high schools in the entire South. Broughton ofiers many organizations that are of a widc varicty. I would encourage you to investigate these and hnd one that is of a particular interest to you and then join this club. This is a really grand opportunity for you to get involved in the extra curricular life at Broughton as well as to increase your knowledge in a particular area outside the classroom. Serving on a student council committee is a very good means of service to your school that I hope you will find some interest in. But if you are not on a committee and still want to serve, there are surely many other ways to serve. There are dances to work on, candy to sell, class dinner tickets to sell, class service projects to work on, and many other ways to serve. The main point is to get involved, it will surely aid in making your school life much more enjoyable and memorable. Your student council chairmen and committee members have put in a tremendous amount of work this summer to make the school year a little more enjoyable for the entire student body. We have considered various suggestions and have initiated some new ideas that we will be making aware to you in the next few weeks. We are always open for your sug- gestions and I hope that you will feel free to bring them to me or any other member of the council. I'll be around the office area most every morning before school and during first period and will always be de- lighted to talk with you. Am is 35 sz gg ,Q School store fi i -2 so 'T gg 2 2- M IS Open I I 5 I 5 EI g I 5 g I -Pg " 2 2 The signs read "Support Your 5 - E U B I B " I I 5 - i il 5 S gchool Store." Broughton's School -if --I " .-1 tore serves the student in two ways, Q ll - I I 5 I 5 N I 5 5 l g I I 'I ii EFI 5 EEE E g, making it truly your store, First, the 3 I , g s Q 5 r 8 3 0 School Store provides a convenient, ' Il -ri ' 7 . g economical place to buy school sup- Fn :U d I 5 , llllllll 5 5 ' plies, The store is open both before E 'I ' ' ' 5 1 Q school and during the three lunch ' ' 0 I D 5 3 ll: gig : periods, with prices generally below - H F " i ' I I I 2 S 8 if 'BY "' retail. Second, because the School - P-x Store is the Broughton Student " i FU - 2 - t . . . ' I g I 1 5 g x ' - I - 1 Councils chief money-making or- f,1 in I X I U I I I I I .aa 3 F : f' ganization, the profits returned to S S S S rg Q L tae Cpxugigil benefit every student an v , X I :1 -i 5 ll-I-jj 3 t roug tter dances, an active Stu- U' El Q 11 of Q 5 - - Q. I ,., dent Council, and the best Home- S si 3 1 3 q 5 coming yet. Do something for your- , dr 'rf self soon. Follow the directional . i-5: ---- 3 'K' signs to the Broughton School Store M. 31 3 1 in the cafeteria. nv--'nam teas' 2.3.3 N H H 3 2 . , -- 3, I E mm SONG 5 - uw 0 Q Z' S - I I Cheer Broughton High School I E 9 n U ir Broughton must win I 3 . Fight to the finish "" N c l ' 3 2 3 - U Never give in fRah, Rah, Rahj an You do your best, boys 8 We'll do the rest, boys E . Fight on to victory Rah! Rah! Rah! Needham B. Broughton Part Two-The Interim Forty years is a very long time For little as Well as for great events: While FDR was saving the nation, John Phillip Sousa directed the Broughton band! While Hitler's troops marched through the Saarland, Broughton won first place in major sports! And in the tragic year of '39 Broughton got its first motion picture machine. The New Deal and the War are over now, But Broughton remains well-stocked With bands, sports teams, and quite a few motion picture machines. Yes, time marched on With the gradual becoming of an institution: A Little Theatre one year, a Winged Words another 3 The Morson-Broughton athletic poolg And-to prove it all was worth it- Now a Bill Poteat, then a Reynolds Price. A young school in a younger nation: Let us enjoy what history we have. 43 Y- M 2- ,. ff: Semi K, X, , . A X hs. le . W is . SX fig X A X v ff W5 if W z ww fi. 1 ef Q fe, 3' L li' 3 2 k J l 1 fini "' mir Q 3g3EE3Fg5':4i3P,fgs1'gf1-fga fl X 1?7b14i 5?-'Wi 755 arf ' .. f. safsmf.-Xxf f ?3,-,fs , J, , '2f15gZ-fwifiiifif A Y . gg ggfiyzvyf fg- l ,,.. . A sm. . 1,,m: Army . V s . - up Qvfw-e M5531 I' silhv,-nf 3'Y2'f5f5-Q55 '51, A V 4 t Lmxlgbgg. iff' Qggf. ,,'f:,.,-If 1- :":Gh.:',,,: u 1' ff, 'Ts QW - '-A 'f'i5 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Gerry Bello, Susie Bello, Buddy Jenrette, Dan Garner, Sar Ann Newbold. Student Council 1969 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS BUDDY JENRETTE ............................................ President DAN GARNER ......... ....... V ice President SUSIE BELLO .......,..,...... .......,. S ecretary SARA ANN NEWBOLD ....... .................. T reasurer GERRY BELLO ............ ........ S ergeant-at-Arms 90 Organization at its apogee . . . stimulating leader- ship . . . service . . . a reaching of goals . . . com- munication-the purpose of student government . . . without the council the student body would be without a voice . . . no snowball or Homecoming, no Junior-Senior Olympics, no bridge between ad- ministration and students . . . Broughton would fall without its foundation . . . Broughton without a student council would be like Broughton without a bell tower. tudent Council Representatives JUNIORS. Bottom row: Julia McGlamery, Debra Vestal, Janet Phillips, Betty Maughan, Joan Lit- tle. Middle row: Peggy Schafer, Jenny Hays, Carolyn Separk, Lindsey Hallwood, Susan Allen, Skipper Williams. Top row: Steve Anderson, Ricky Jernigan, John Emory, Larry Ball, Varner Olmsted, Bubba Dorsett. n -u ' XY , 3, . a ,. SENIORS. First row: Debbie Stark, Debbie Sledd, Susan Weathers, Connie Graham, Martha Dod- son, Amy Everette. Second row: Ann Geoghegan, Martha Brannaman, Debbie Ranzino, Malinda Younts, Risa Dworsky, Janet Austin. Third row: Jimmy Hawkins, Rusty Taylor, Jimmy Branch, Glen Geraghty, Eric Spinella, Mike Jones, Susan Summerlin. . APY ii - ,t .LMS .- Liga-.- fray, Y. tsl. ., if SOPHOMORES. First row: Anne Rankin, Gwen Nicholson, Jenny Bason, Cathy Nichols, Pricilla Stanford, Marianne Lockhart. Second row: Bill Murray, Wendy Holden, Joanne Zaytoun, Eliza- beth Andrews, 'Carol Wilkinson, Louise Wilkin- son, Bill Senter, Steve Brewbaker. Third row: Dave Kelly, David McCombs, Archie Purcell, Jim Little, Mike Sloan, Billy Starling, Clyde Douglass. A as ea I 4 CHAIRMEN. First row: Renee Michaels, Martha Woolridge, Snowy Albright, Peggy Senter, Mary Fontaine. Second row: Doug McMillan, Kemp Harris. Matilda Wells, Nancy Iler, Sarah Crettier, Marie Zaytoun, Nancy Long, Toddy Turner. Third row: Dee Blankenhorn, Johnson Howard, Dan Garner, Kurt Newman, Gerry Bello, Dale Lewis. absent: Lee Salisbury, Jo Anne Utter, Brenda ay. ASSEMBLY COMIVIITTEE. First rofw: Connie Graham, Mary Meares, Alice Brady, Kay Exum, Brenda Tie. Second row: Tricia Wells, Re- becca Stallings, Sara Ann Newbold, Susan Cashwell, Carolyn Se- park, Ann Hodges, Elaine Saparilas, Randy Phillips, Bob Wood, Chairmang Matilda Wells. AUDIO VISUAL COMMITTEE. Kneeling: Chairman Dee Blanken- horn, Scott Turner. Standing: Gilliam Nicholson, Carroll Melton, Carl Wellington, Marty Winkler, Joe Gooch, Brack Dodd. CAFETERIA COMMITTEE. First row, sitting: Susan Summerlin, Susan Maness, Cathy White, Leslie Hamilton, Nancy Stevens, Mary Lin Griffin, Chairman Peggy Senter. Second -row: Julia McGlam- ery, Coleen Garska, David Senter, Greg Medlin, Sabra DeVaun. 92 CIVIL DEFENSE COMMITTEE. Bobby Sherrill, Kathy Matthews Truett Murray, Sammy Anderson, Jim Branch Ronnie Vereen Wiley.A1ken, Bobby Potter, John Bunn, Ricky Edwards Donnie Etheridge, Fred Thornhill, Chairman Toddy Tumer ELECTIONS COMMITTEE. Front row: Tom Shelburne, Ray Good- mon, Rlcky Jernigan, Tommy Lambeth, Kent Kistler. Middle row: Gerry Bello, Skip Auld, George Bason, Robert Harper, Olin Sykes Dayle Flammia, Bobby Sherrill. Back row: Hank Cunningham Tommy Broughton, Mike Allen, Harry Walker, Paul Freeman, Glen geraghty, Jack Micheals, Robert Meares, John Holding, David owe . HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE. First row: Brenda Dixon, Susan Par- ker, Judy Warren, Barbara Blick, Ann Hendrix Second row: Sarah Anderson, Jane Johnson, Kathy Kennedy, Peggy Shaffer, Martha Branaman, Annette Kennedy, Carol Goodno, Marti Ward, Martha Dodson. Chairman: Brenda Ray. ! HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE. First row: Bill Cross, David Brande, Frank Dimmock. Second row: Tommy Wagoner, Shorty Tarlton, Reggie Hassler, Steve Williams, Mike Coston, J. M. Pilkin- ton, Chairman Kemp Harris. Third row: Stewart Aull. E INTRAMURAL SPORTS. First row: Chairman Doug McMillan. Sec- ond row: Kathleen Haskins, Mary Paula Zaytoun, Sarah Sherrill, Cindy Snyder, Martha Wooldridge. Third row: Othar Barker. MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE. Kneeling: Billy Hyatt, Billy Correll. First rcrw: Steve Weaver, Borden Walker, John Boddie, Ernie Page, lgault-Fqwler, Johnson Howard. Second row: Billy Acton, Frank are oo . 93 bm. POSTER COMMITTEE. First row: Janice Kisler, Connie Young, Helen Crettier, Kim Whitehouse, Rosemary Stannett, Susan Weath- ers. Second row: Susan Shone, Ann Pharr, Sue Wooten, Zerle Brad- shaw. Rebecca Stallings, Susie Bello, Alice Card, Linda Hallman, Chairman Sarah Crettier. Third row: Rachel Hewitt, Chip Suggs, Jim Valentine, Jimmy Wise, Steve Issacs. PROJECTS COMMITTEE. First row: Steve Adams, Lester Lloyd, Duncan McMillan. Second row: Carolyn Joslin, Susan Harris, Susan Milner, Marilyn Blick, Priscilla Stanford, Barbara Blanton, Bobbie Heilman, Pam Hardee, Chairman Lee Salisbury. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. Rosemary Vann, Jenny Hayes, Vernessa Riley, Leslie Finch, Mary Ann Murray, Mary Davis, Gin-Gin Bruce, Robin Sunderland, Ellen Betts, Chairman Nancy Long. 94- 3 I jf I Q1 SAFETY COMMITTEE. Carol Young, Jo Ann Zaytoun, Phyllis Gil- liam, Karen Hunt, Gilbert Hay, Shelley Crisp, Chairman Snowy Albright. SCHOOL STORE COMMITTEE Fzrst row Chairman Renee Michaels Timmie West Paul Crawley Larry Bryan Amy Everette Renay Oswald Ann Mclver Louise Wilkerson Jan Kidwell Marti Ward Gip Scott Muriel Elliott Jimmy Jones 54 . SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE. First row: Evel n Cherry, Tri- cia Wells, Davie Fearing, Malinda Younts, Nancy Berson, Connie Graham, Brenda Struebig, Debbie Newsome, Janie Weimer, Chair- man Nancy Iler. STUDENT COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE. First row: Fred Benton, Carl Freedman, Susan Robinson, Charlene Kimley, Cynthia Long. Second row: Carl Gardner, Jack Stark, Tim Brisbois, Tom Davis, Chairman Dale Lewis. MIMEOGRAPI-IING COMMITTEE. Martha Wooldridge, Chairman. Seated: Becky Jones, Nancy Heilman. Standing: Marilyn Pait, Wanda Edwards, Linda Poole, Betsy Rives, Martha Wooldridge. SPORTS COMMITTEE. First row: G l d K' B Debbie Stark, Ann Davis, Cath Huclg-0:17 Jimm5aleni?rie.M?2e?oam row: Chairman Mary Fontaine, Xnn Rankin, Edythe Poyner, Betsy Parlcer, Karen McCotter, Jennie Bason, Barbara Bitler, Cathy Foltz, kziiazn iY',i'5.E3yMZL'SL'd aw:1F'a2-M0'a0Ck'.R0bbfe Holden' Jim . y, ar es n . t : L' - wood, Sharon Pickard, Julie King.1 g our Tow mdsey Han I ., ,-,MN W H A. gl.. STAGE CREW COMMITTEE. First row: Jimmy Theim, David Han- son, Phil Patton, Charlie Wooten. David Parks, David McCombs, Gary Rabon, David Womble, Charlie Corlett, Mark Swanson, John McCants, Doug Grosch, William Thompson, Chip Suggs, Harrison gfatrg, Alfred Bredenburg, Charlie Ward, Steve Warrick, Kelly o ms. STANDARDS COMMITTEE. F' f : D K Coleen Garska, Julia McGlameg: cgiirmagagan egfhg-ga Amne' 95 em National Honor Society OFFICERS GROVER Pnocron ..........................,...,. President LEE SALISBURY ....... .,... V ice President Jo ANN UTTER ....... ............ S ecretary KATHY KENNEDY ...... ,,,... T reasurer Mas. DONAVANT ....... ........ ............ A d visor Mas. FREEMAN ...............,....................,, Advisor To recognize students for scholarship . . . leadership . . . service and character. . . . Inductions held in spring and fall assemblies . . . tutorial service, lunch-time study halls, state conventions, spring picnic . . . fields basketball team to play other schools. OLD MEMBERS: First row: Jo Anne Utter, Snowy Albright, Peggy Senter, Marie Zaytoun, Gerry Bello, Grover Proctor. Second row: Kathy Kennedy, Carolyn Joslin, Mary Fontaine, Sara Ann Newbold, Jack Laney, Ed Lawhon, Lee Salisbury. Third row: Buddy Jenrette, Mike Jones, Paul Fowler, Lester Lloyd, Frank Bare- foot, Dale Lewis, Mrs. Freeman. NEW MEMBERS: First row: Billy Bunn, Dan Garner, Barbara Bitler, Phil Patton, Margo Van- derVaart, Marilyn Eckels, Ann Davis, Mrs. Dona- vant. Second row: Beth Duncan, Billy Blinson, Ellen Betts, Jeanette Byrum, Renee Michaels, Risa Dworsky, Rebecca Stallings, Betsy Parker, Bob Potter. Third row: Cynthia Long, Barbara Blick, Glenn Geraghty, Johnson Howard, Ann Pharr, Martha Wooldridge, Elaine Saparilas, Lin- da Hallman, Alice Brady. Fourth row: Kerr Whitfield, Susie Bello, Matilda Wells, Kurt New- man, Brenda Ray, Jane Panton, Terry Moore, Ellen McLaughlin. Absent: George Edwards. C Q--, if OFFICERS: Jo Anne Utter, Grover Proctor, Lee Salisbury, Kathy Kennedy. SPRING MEMBERS: JUNIORS: Gary Chamblee, Ronnie Vareen, Rob- ert Holding, Wayne Stargardt, Judy Edelstein, John Edwards. SENIORS: Debbie Newsome, Nancy Long, Mar- tha Dodson, Charlene Kimley, Forrest Goldston Connie Graham, Ann Hartsock, Jennie Dorsett Muriel Elliott, Carol Williams. .2 - iii it OFFICERS: Muriel Elliott, Tom Adams, Nancy Iler Kathy Kennedy. K Service Club SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS TOM ADAMS ................................................ President KATHY KENNEDY ....... .............. V ice President MURIEL ELLIOTT ...... ....... S ecretary-Treasurer NANCY ILER ........l.... .................... S ergeant-at-Arms The highest non-scholastic honor . . . out-stand- ing service . . . fall induction . . . willingness . . . work . . . spring induction . . . annual project . . . spring picnic . . . outstanding service awards. OLD SERVICE CLUB MEMBERS: Seated: Tom Adams, Snowy Albright, Lee Salisbury, Kathy Ken- nedy, Gerry Bello, Buddy Jenrette. Standing: Mr. Blackburn, Marie Zaytoun, Muriel Elliott, Sarah Cret- tier, Nancy Iler, Nancy Long, Sara Ann Newbold, Brenda Ray. NEW SERVICE CLUB MEMBERS: First row: Toddy Turner, Martha Dodson, Robert Fowler, Renee Mich- aels, Larry Bryan, Sharon Pickard, Johnson Howard, Reggie Hassler, Jo Ann Utter, J oe Gooch, Lester Lloyd, Sonny Bass, Gilliam Nicholson, Mike Carter, Betsy Parker, Marti Ward, Peggy Senter, Mary Meares, Kurt Newman. SERVICE CLUB SPRING INDUCTIONS 1969: Juniors: Ronnie Vereen, Susan Maness, Truett Murray, Peggy Schaefer, Tim West, Susie Bello, Dan Garner, Mary Paula Zaytoun, Stewart Aull, Barbara Bitler, Brac Dodd, Nancy Berson, Ernie Page, Robbie Holding, Garland King. Seniors: Jim Branch, Ed Lawhon, Martha Wooldridge, Doug McMillan, Gordon Blake, Renay Oswald, Les Chalmers, Rhody Dillon, Barbara Blick, Kemp Harris, Mary Fontaine, Jim Wise, Grover Proctor, Susan Hunt, Eric Spinella. Faculty: Mr. Long, Mrs. Carter, Mr. Norton. 97 6. .Q .2 Pg 1 1 . 1 v, F , 4655 ..?,ef:-'ir 'XA x '35 Mike Holland, Marsha Hailey, Bobbi Inman, Virginia Rich. Latipac 1969 A blending of the new and old . . . not to destroy but to build tradition . . . LATIPAC '69 appeals to everyone by creating something which all can look back on and re- member . . . LATIPAC '69 shows all phases of life at Broughton from different angles . . . advertisements meant frustration at times, and satisfaction at times such as sell- ing a sixty dollar ad . . . LATIPAC-Capital spelled back- wards . . . without the endurance of Miss Laura Helen Paschal, LATIPAC '69 could not have become a reality. Helen Humphrey, Barry Dale, Wiley Aiken. fri? vw-'K ,f , I ,--up C" ' ..,v""' M' z Lf! .f if -1 Hi-Times 1969 ' rs-,ww .-.. Q , Nancy Long, Nancy Iler, Tommy Stutts. Student-oriented paper . . . strives to confront Broughtonites with news of their fellow students and Alma Mater . . . Hi-Times '69 features "Notes 'n Things," t'Who's Who?,', "Capsules" and many other articles . . . each month the staff corresponds, exchanges ideas, with high schools all over North Carolina . . . without the Hi-Times Broughton stu- dents would remain virtually uninformed of many activities . . . Hi-Times '69 has achieved its goal . . . Broughtonites are informed, and they stay informed thanks to the conscientious staff and advisor. il we HU .. ...,. ,,?Q.,:.a-i-' , ' - I Cynthia Long, Tom Adams, Steve Thompson. Q0 Y' .ef iii- . Jimmy Childers, Judy Warren, Jane Panton. Eric Spinella, Pat Pierce, Jim Oliver. 101 K" xffl MF ' Winged ords Winged Words . . . one of the more progressive organizations at Broughton . . . meet two or three times a month to discuss creative writing by Broughton students . . . sponsors Short Story Contest . . . publishes literary magazine, Winged Words in Spring . . . mem- bers frequently win contests and awards from all over North Caro- lina. OFFICERS JoE HAAS ...........r..............,..... Editor CARL FREEDMAN, CHARLES WARD Assistant Editors WILL BRADBURY ........ Poetry Editor CHARLES WOOTEN ...... Fiction Editor STEVE BOYD .......,... ......,. A rt Editor MARY FONTAINE ..,... ,.,..,. S ecretary CARROLL MELTON Business Manager MRS. PEACOCK ...................... Advisor OFFICERS: Seated: Joe Haas. Standing: Stephen Boyd, George Douvris, Charles Wooten, Charles Ward, Will Bradbury, Carroll Melton, Carl Freedman. .. I 4 Jim Garrison, George Douvis, Stephen Boyd, Jon Newman, Rosemary Stannett, Charlie Corlett, Joan Dobson, Karen Knight, Will Thompson, Sandra Smith, -Charles Ward, Carl Freedman, Margaret Troyer, Billy Neville, William Gaines, Anne Whitehurst, Linda Waltner, Ruth Sears, Linda Hebert, Terry Ely, Greg Cloud, Charles Wooten, Austin Lewis, Phil Patton, Gary Chamblee, Bobby Hodges, John Boddie, Will Bradbury, Caroll Melton, Joe Haas. 102 Audio-Visual Club A.vaoo1H OFFICERS J on LOTHIAN ................................ President GILLIAM NICHOLSON ...,........ Vice President JoHN FISHER ................................A. Secretary Joi-: Goocl-I ,,,....,,.,....,......,.,,.,,..,,.., Treasurer DEE BLANKENHORN ..A..... Sergeant-at-Arms CARL WELLINGTON ........................ Chaplain Supply and supervise audio-visual equipment .... Meet once a month with Library Club .... Twelve mem- bers .... Keep busy with demands of all the teachers. Library Club OFFICERS En LAwHoN .................................. President TERESEA Wvsocxi ,....,........,, Vice President MARCIA Bm-:NEN ..,l..,..,..,.......,.,...,. Secretary BILLY BUNN 4,,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,..,,,..,.,. Treasurer PAM PIKE ...,.,,,,,.,.... Hospitality Chairman MRS, MCPHAUL ...,.,..,,......,,..,...,,,.,,.. Advisor Library Club . . . formed in 1959 . . . twenty-five members . . . monthly meetings . . . sells pennants at games to purchase paperbacks for library . . . attends district and state conven- tions . . . holds a picnic in the spring. A-V BOYS: Left: Brack Todd, Carroll Melton, Scott Turner, Dee Blanken- horp, Joe Gooch. Right: Gilliam Nicholson, Marty Winkler, Carl Well- ing on. i 1 1 4 1 First row: Joan Fairenholt, Betsy Neville, Dorothy Steljes, Beverly Jones, JoAnne Utter, Ed Lawhon. Second row: Becky Johnston, Becky Smith, Theresa Wysocki, Cindy Capps, Page Taylor, Carroll Melton, Sherry Hough, Joe Gooch, Marcia Beenen, Paul Cribbms, Elaine Saparilas, Sherry Newton, 103 x X rw., We in a i Future Business Leaders of America OFFICERS EDDIE BLAND .....,,.,.,,,.,.,,.,.,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,., President BILLY BLINSON ...........,,...,,..,..,,. Vice President MARY MARGARET YOUNG ,.,,,.,.,.,,,..,..,, Secretary JANET HAYNES .................................... Treasurer PEGGY Lorr ........ ...... S ergeant-at-Arms DIANE ALLEN ........ .............,. H istorian MRS. PORTER ............................,..,,..,...,,, Advisor F.B.L.A .... purpose-furthering business education of its members . . . 38 members . . . holds Christmas party and banquet . . . meetsl second and fourth Thursday every 4' A A mont . OFFICERS: Standing: Mrs. Campbell, Diane Allen, Peggy Lott, Eddie Bland, Mary Margaret Young, Mrs. Porter. Seated: Jean Wilder, Janet Haynes. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA: First row: Pettis Crumpler, Martha Bugg, Georgette Stott, Janet Haynes Diane Allen, Jean Wilder, Hannah Flint, Martha Derreth. Second row: Judy Lott, Brenda Marcom, Mary Linda Donnelly, Margie Christian, Sandra Huffstetler, Susan Bunch, Gladys Batts, Judy Pearson, Mary Margaret Young, Judy McClamroch Vickie Jones, Eddie Bland, Wesley Debnam. Third row: Anne Elks, Debble Ray, Peggy Bridges. 104 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA: Back row: Peggy Jones, Charlotte Painter, Barbara Blanton, Judy Williams, Becky Wolf, Hilda Bredbenner, Christine Havelos, Susan Thompson, Jane Russell, Sue Wilder, Debbie Hutchinson, Ann Mclver, Brenda Tie, Ann Hodges, Ann Hartsock, Mary Jones, Alice Brady, Ruth Barnes, Sally Beane, Jane Panton, Becky Bur- rage, Wendy Moore, Kathy Kennedy, Nowell Stokes, Cheryl Bridges. Front row: Jane Johnson, Melba Wooten, Margaret Knowles, Candace Goode, Penny Swartz, Louise Sullivan, Bobbie Heilman, Cathy Foltz, Annette Kennedy, Ann Hendrix, Beverly Jones, Mary Anne Turner, Mary Porter, Dorothy Steljes, Joanne Glassford. Future Teachers J of America 1 OFFICERS MARY PORTER .....,................................ President JANE PANTON ,.....,.. ....... V ice President KATHY KENNEDY ........ .......... S ecretary WENDY MOORE ....... ...,... T reasurer BRENDA TIE ...... ..l..... H istortan Mns. COATES .......................,.....,......,,.,., Advisor Fifty members of the F. T. A. meet twice a month .... Pennant sales, a banquet, obser- vation days, Student aid, and aPP1e distfibll' Mary Porter, Jane Panton, Kathy Kennedy, Wendy Moore, tion to teachers, Brenda Tie, Mrs. Coates. 105 First row: Tommy Perry, Sonny Bass, Ricky Edwards, George Edwards, Mike Coston, John McAllister, Garland King, Ronnie Vereen, Will Johnson, Mike Carter. Second row: Tommy Lambeth, Toddy Turner, Roger Summerlin, Dan Mc- Allister, Marvin Levarage, Steve Summerlin, Jim Strain, David Hansen, John White, Dee Blankenhorn, Harry Watkins, Chip Coble. Third row: Fred Morelock, Mike Hough, Harrison Ward, Kenny Lloyd, Clymer Cease, Charles King, Johnny Thompson, Donnie Etheridge, Jim Stoneham, Rick Eddy, Wesley Debnam, Larry Jones. Fourth row: Jim Branch, Rhody Dillon, Wiley Aiken, Robby Gorrell, Landon Moore, Billy Acton, Dan Garner, Dean Kemp, Truett Murray, Ricky Jerni- gan, Barry Welch, Kenney McKinney, Torn Shelbourne, David Smallwood, Mike Morgan, Reggie Hassler, Richard High. Fellowship of Christian thletes OFFICERS TODDY TURNER ................,.........,.,...,,.. President RHODY DILLON ....... ............. V ice President STEVE BALCOME. ...... ...... S ecretary-Treasurer TOM SOUTHERN ....... ........ S ergeant-at-Arms GARLAND KING .......... ..............,,.... C haplain CoAcH En MCLEAN ................... ........ A dvisor FCA . . . one of the largest organizations I at Broughton . . . meets every three weeks A in Holliday gym . . . programs include speak- ! if ers, movies and discussions in huddle groups R . . . sell Christmas wrapping to finance trip J to the National FCA Conference . . . partici- Q F pate in huddle-group day at NCSU in the spring. OFFICERS: Rhody Dillon, Toddy Turner, Garland King. 106 onogram Club OFFICERS MIKE CARTER ...................................... President TQMMY LAMBETH ....... ............ V zce Presrdent WESLEY DEBNAM ............ Secretary-Treasurer SONNY BASS ................ ....... S ergeant-at-Arms COACH JIM S'rU'r'rs .............A................A. Advisor Thirty members meet twice a month . . . usher for basketball games . . . Christmas project for needy families. First row: Sonny Bass, Wesley Debnam. Second row: Mike Carter, Tommy Lambeth. MONOGRAM CLUB: Sonny Bass, Mike Carter, Wesley Debnam, Tommy Lambeth. Front row: Butch Miller, Tony An- drezzi, Mike Costin, Reggie Hassler, Tom Shelbourne, Roger Summerlin, Bobby Ritchie, John McCa11ister, Dee Blanken- horn, Bruce Tyson. Second row: George Edwards, Jim Rich, Chip Coble, Doug Grosch, Tommy Lambeth, Garland King Tommy Perry, Will Johnson, Ronnie Verien, Ricky Edwards. Third row: Sam Anderson, David Smallwood, Mike Morgan Charlie Williams, Larry Jones, Wesley Debnam, Rusty Carraway, Mike Carter. Fourth row: Jim Branch, Wiley Aiken Robbie Gorrell, Landon Moore, Sonny Bass, Barry Welch, Gary Coley, Albert Hanson, Steve Peterson, Rhody Dillon Toddy Turner. Fifth row: Fred Thornhill. 107 First row: Annette Kennedy, Virginia Bill, Bea Arline, Elanor Lundy, James Cole. Second row: Tina Preston, Mary Ethel Valone, Kate Ellington, Marilyn Emory, Susan Peterson, Terry Moore, Ellen McLaughlin, Barbara Edwards. Health Careers Club OFFICERS ELLEN MCLAUGHLIN .,..,.v............,.,,,.....,.......... President VIRGINIA BELL ------------ -,'-.-'.------ V ice President Twenty members meet once a month for discus- BEA ARLINE U h Secretary-Treasurer sions . . . Health career qualifications . . . Sell pen- MRS ELLINGZKQQ' Advisor nants and have a dinner party. Miss EDWARDS ...i.............................,..,......,......., Advisor OFFICERS: Mrs. Ellington, Bea Arline, Miss Edwards, Virginia Bell, Ellen McLaughlin. 108 F. H. A. LYNDA TERRELL ...................... President DONNA TAYLOR ..,,.......,.. Vice President EL1zARm-H CARROLL .............. Treasurer ,...N,, V JAN KIDWELL ........................ Secretary ELIZABETH Woon, Publicity Chairman SHERRY HOUGH Refreshment Chairman Future Homemakers of America . . . promotes better citizens and families . . . meets first Wednesday of each month. OFFICERS: Lynda Terrell, Elizabeth Caroll, Elizabeth Wood, Donna Taylor, Jan Kldwell, Janet Haynes, Mrs. Yates, Shirley Hough. Standing: Nowell Stokes, Donna Taylor, Ann Seligson, Wendy Moore, Donna Eason, Elizabeth Wood, Ellen McLaughlin Davie Fearing, Ehzabeth Caroll, Linda Terrell, Janet Haynes, Jan Kidwell. 109 Music! Music! Music! 110 Marching Band FIGHT SONG Cheer Broughton High School Broughton must win Fight to the finish Never give in CRah, Rah, Rahj You do your best, boys We'll do the rest, boys Fight on to victory Rah! Rah! Rah! Becky Johnston, Emmaline Aull, Pat Gamble, Susan Smith, Judy Finkner, Susan Dixon, Carolyn Diehl, Kathy Downs, Tom Davis, Elaine Saparilis, Jean Shaver, Sidney Hall, Stewart Aull, Greg Vurnakes, Leland Vann, Larry Smith, Scott Goodwin, Becky Burrage, Bill Stuart, Darryl Moffett, Craig McGhee, David Senter, Anne Watson, Frank Dimmock, Rose- mary Vann, John Hill, Caroline Beane, Larry Tilley, Sue Calverly, Betty Austin, Many Aretakis, Marilyn Emory, Sherry Newton, George Webster, Chip Jones, Shannon Smith, Albert Hanson, Mike Fosdick, Nancy Greene, Paul Cribbins, Dave Kelly, Steve Weaver, Linda Bourey, Wayne Raynor, Sidney Moffett, Billy Hyatt, Grey Medlin, Mike Chandler, Gip Scott, Keith Elks, Melvin Matthews, Gary Halstead, Doug Doyle, Neil Grimes, Walter Brock, Rick Cook, Stanley Carpenter, Jimmy Biggs, Ferris Lipscomb, Richard Wilson, Jerry Freeman, Roy Huntley, Jeff Fox, Ira Friedlander, Richard Moore, Mike Edwards, Harry Waldo, Curtis Campbell, Floyd.Alf0rd, Jim Mitchell, Bobby Ritchie, Ricky Batchelor, Louise Sul- livan, Chris Miller, Lillian Murray, Christine Eckels. rchestra First Violin Viola Sidney Moifett Jo Ann Utter Concertmaster Principal Linda Waltner Susan Edwards Cynthia Long Janeen Ledford Angelique Sharpe Margaret Pickett Renay Oswald Ruth Sears Betty Revely Cindy Capps Nora Whyte Cynthia Witmer Donna McCracken Second Violin Kim Mims Barbara Bitler Mary Anne Murray Melba Wooten Debbie McCown Susan Harris Hannah Flint Cello Sarah Miller Prin-cipal Carol Williams Charlene Kimley Maryle 'Corter Charlotte Flint String Bass Anne Davis Principal Martha Dodson Principal Judy page Kathy Kennedy Helen Crettier Mary Benbow , Frank Barefoot P1CC0l0 -Catherine MacNair Emmaline Aull Betty Staples Jimmy -Grady Flute Jennie Dees Connie King Marsha Ann McElrath Mary Susan Parnell Ann Oliver Emmaline Aull Athalea Corns Lane Welles Freddie Litzau Carie Dobie Oboe Jackie Neff Nancy Greene Richard Southwick, Director Clarinet Bill Stuart Betty Austin Julia McGlamery Bass Clarinet Tom Davis Cindy Snyder French Horn Richard Wilson Jerry Freeman Ruth Barnes John Kimley J eff Fox Trumpet Darryl Moifett Gip Scott Van Carpenter Trombone Harry Waldo Michael Edwards Chip Jones Tuba Albert Hanson Percussion Tommy Broughton Dan Garner Jimmy Brannan Greg Hassler 4 ,7 'mr,s. lf, Y f . 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' --lei mf i lqag ., ,Y M,,,f , X 'Xe xg+wwiW-Ml -9 , I I X X Symphonic Band Piccolo Emmaline Aull Flute ' Connie King Mary Susan Parnell Emmaline Aull Lane Welles Becky Johnston Lillian Murray Christine Eckels - Kathy Downs Bruce Winkworth Judy Finkner Oboe 'Nancy Greene Pete Hartman Rusty Helser Bb Clarinet 'Bill Stuart Julia McGlamery Betty Austin Craig McGhee William Blanchard Nancy Jones Alice Brady Greg Vurnakes Scott Goodwin Allan Tarleton David Senter Carolyn Beane Sid Hall Barbara Allen Elaine Saparilas Becky Burrage 'First Chair Player Rosemary Vann Chris Miller Alto Clarinet 'Anne Watson Sherry Newton Bass Clarinet 'John Margeson Tom Davis Leland Vann Contra Bass Clarinet 'Steve Weaver Bassoon 'Louise Sullivan Susan Barrow Susan Smith Saxophone 'Mike Jones Forrest Shuford Dave Kelly George Evans George Webster Cornet 'Darryl Moffett Van Carpenter Walter Brock David Coley Neil Grimes Mike 'Chandler Gary Halstead Melvin Matthews Trumpet ' Gip Scott Keith Elks French Horn 'Richard Wilson Jerry Freeman John Kimley Ruth Barnes Jeff Fox Richard Moore Trombone 'Harry Waldo Michael Edwards Chip Jones George Lattimer Ricky Batchelor Jim Mitchell Baritone 'Brian Monaghan Gilbert Hay Tuba 'Albert Hanson Mike Fosdick Joe Phipps Percussion 'Tommy Broughton Dan Garner John Newton Jimmy Brannan John Edwards Robert Meares 113 Choral Ensemble ANN BAICY ...................................... President PEGGY SENTER ........................ Vice President SHERYL MCGHEE .......... Secretary-Treasurer DEBBIE MARTIN and BETTY SUMNER Historians RENEE MICHAELS and PEGGY SENTER Accompanists Mas, J UDITH FREEMAN .................... Director It's a Grand Night for Singing . . . per- formed in Holliday Gymnasium this fall . . . sang for Honor Society Inductions and Queen of Hearts Assembly . . . at- tended the State Choral Festival in Greensboro and District Music Contest in Durham . . . combined efforts with Mixed Chorus for Thanksgiving and Christmas concerts . . . last of all, their voices were heard at the Baccalaureate Service. First row: Patsy Ragland, Renee Michaels, Peggy Senter. Second row: Susan Maness, Sharon Sills, Karen Hunt. Third row: Renay Oswald, Sharon Pickard, Lynda Wall. Fourth row: Judith Freeman, Director, Debbie Martin, Ann Baicy. Fifth row: Linda Hallman, Sheryl McGhee, Betty Sumner. Sixth row: Terry Moore, Mary Lin Griffin, Debbie Hutchison. Seventh row: Austin Lewis, Ollin Skyes, Al Barefoot. Eighth row: Toddy Turner, Curtis Campbell, Paul Crawley. Ninth row: Rhody Dillon, Walter Fleming, Shannon Smith. Tenth row: Jim Branch, Doug Reynolds, David Powell, John Kline. MEMBERS OF THE ADVANCED MIXED CHORUS-1969: Wiley Aiken, Sara Anderson, Salli Babcock, Larry Ball, Beth Batchelor, Nancy Berson, Steve Brandon, Hilda Bredbenner, John Brim, Peggy Brown, Nancy Bryan, Katharine Buffaloe, Beverly Bunn, 'Susan Cashwell, Sue Clements, Jo Ann Cobb, Jeff Cohen, Rosa Curtis, Leary Davis, Delores Doyle, Elizabeth Dunn, Kris Dybas, Judy Edelstein, Kate Ellington, Cynthia Erdahl, Doug Etheridge, Eula Mae Flagg, Lynette Glazener, Linda Greene, Ivan Hart, Kathy Hartman, Nancy Hellman, Mary Catherine Holloway, Judy House, Saundra Huffstetler, Edith Jenkins, Jane Johnson, June Jones, Martha Jones, Lynne Keller, Janice Kistler, Maggie Knowles, Johnsie Laney, Kay Lawhon, Joan Little, Peggy McClenney, Donna McCracken, Vicki MacFayden, Bradley McNeill, Marion McNeill, Mary Meares, Linda Murray, Marilyn Pait, Betsy Parker, Deborah Pearce, Suzanne Person, Martha Phillips, Janice Poole, Anne Porter, Pam Powell, Edythe Poyner, Vivian Reames, Butch Rochell, Lynn Row- land, Patrice Sadler, Patricia Senter, Steva Sheppard, Rosemary Sink, Nancy Stevens, Kerr Stewart, Nancy Stewart, Georgette Stott, Steve Strickland, Elsie Thornhill, Bonnie Tola, Mary Ann Turner, Lisa Uyanik, Jim Valentine, Jean Vanderford, Camille Vester, Sally Vick, Kathy Vivrett, Steve Warrick, Tim West, Charlie Wheeler, Winnie White, Judy Williams, Mary Lois Williams, Becky Wolfe, Ben Wright, Mary Margaret Young. Advanced Mixed Chorus OFFICERS STEVE STRICKLAND .,,,,,,.,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, P resident TIM WEST .................. ...... V ice President MARY MEARES ...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. S em-efary JUDY EDELSTEIN ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,-,,,,,-,,-,,-,,,- T reasurer JEFFREY COHEN ....................., ...... S ergeant-at-Arms MARILYN PAIT, TIM WEST ,.,... ..,,.,,, A ccompanistg Advanced Mixed Chorus . . . with Mrs. Freeman as advisor . . . entered the district music contest . . . joined Ensemble fo rthe Thanksgiving assembly, Christmas concert and Baccalaureate Service. OFFICERS: Jeff Cohen, Steve Strickland, Marilyn Pait, Tim West, Judy Edelstein, Mary Meares. 115 Marshals Marshals . . . sixteen members . . . move stu-- dents to and from assemblies . . . assist at all concerts and night programs. 4 MAR-SHALS: Dale Lewis, Marie Zaytoun. MARSHALS: First row: Jim Branch, Marie Zaytoun, Mary Fontaine, Nancy Iler, Peggy Senter, Toddy Turner. Second row: Molly Dillon, Mike Sloan, John Holding, Fred Morelock, Anne Davis, Jane North. 116 AJ uf? LITTLE THEATRE: First TOwZ,E119D Betts, Carla Holland, Kathy Myers, Bunny Coudriet, Beth Baucom. Second row: Mrs. Wooten, Margaret Batte, Debbie Rogers, Kathy Buffaloe, Beth Otwell, Mary Hodges, Cheryl Earp, Pam Powell, Charlene Jordan, Suzanne Jennlngs, Lindsay Hoch, Stephen Boyd, Charlie Wooten, Charlie Corlett, Jim Garrison, Paul Crawley. Little Theatre OFFICERS JIM GARRISON .................................... President CHARLIE CORLETT .....,.. ..,,,.., V ice President BETH OTWELL ........,, ..,,,..,,,.,.,. S ecretary KATHY MYERS ...........,. ................. T reasurer ALFRED BREDENBURG ............ Sergeant-at-Arms LITTLE THEATRE No auditorium . . . no stage . . . virtually inactive . . . only one drarnatics class . . . produced Oral Reading Program at Christ- mas . . . Golden Masquers died when last members left last year .... A year's collec- tion of costumes and props were disposed of by administration during summer . . . is now in stages of reorganization. Front row: Beth Otwell, Kathy Myers, Mrs. Wooten. Back row: Alfred Bredenburg, Charlie Corlett, Jim Garrison. 117 Photography Club ' OFFICERS T CHARLES WARD ..... ............................. .,............ P r esident ' SCOTT TURNER ,,,,,.,, ....... V ice President ' CATHY LUNDY ,..,.,, ................ S ecretary , Toivr HARGROVE ..... ...................... T 'reasurer h BILL HARGROVE ........ ........ S ergeant-at-Arms MR. CRAWFORD ............................................................ Advisor Meets every first and second Thursday of the month . . . twelve members . . . take pictures of life around Broughton which are displayed in showcase in front of the industrial arts shop. Chess and Bridge Club OFFICERS ED LAWHON ..... .......................,..... .............. P r esident BILLY HYATT ................... ....... V ice President CHARLOTTE PAINTER ........ .............. S ecretary BEA ARLINE .................... ................... T reasurer ERNIE PAGE ..,.. .. ........ ........ S ergeant-at-Arms MRS. WARD ....................... ..................................... A dvisor Meets every Thursday . . . twenty members . . . proj- PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: First row: David W t s, Charlie Ward, Richard Pate. Second Tow: align ect for year-Chess Tournament . . . open to all Brough- Boddie, Jim Garrison, Mike Edwards. ton Students- 4 CHESS AND BRIDGE CLUB: First row: Carroll Melton, Robert Meares, Lee Rothstein, Bill Senter, Stewart Auld, George Webster, William Blanchard, John Kimley, Mike Love, Ed Lawhon. Second row: Billy Neville, Randy Parrish, B111y Hyatt, Ben Anhne, Paul Crowley, Charlotte Painter, Sarah Anderson, Freddy Litzaw, Ernie Paige, Tom Davis, Nancy Iler, Jim Grady, Mike Edwards, Carl Gardner, Jeff Cohen, Miss Ward. 118 Vocational Industrial Club of America ll OFFICERS J. W. DOYLE President NEIL VICK Vice President WILLIAM C. HOLT Secretary DENNIS CRUMPLER Treasurer PAUL HOLLIDAY Sergeant-at-Arms D. H. SCOGGINS Reporter Vocational Industrial Club First row: Nathan Richburg, Dennis Crumpler, Donald Jones, Brenda Love. Sec- of Americiia . . highlight of ond row: David Coleman, Paul Holliday, Wesley Dupree, J. W. Doyle. year .... mp oyer-Employee Banquet . . . meets bimonthly . . . thirteen members. Astronomy Club OFFICERS The Astronomy Club . . . meetings every other GEORGE WEBSTER ....,.,,..,.....,,,..,.,,,,,................ President TE-lesglayg Sometimes -1- -tfiiscuiiolftsuon lghfolilgigl . . o a omic species, ga ac ic an s e ar , CARL GARDNER '-'------ -"'-'-"'--' V we President planetary systems, relativity . . . planetarium field KATHY BROSE ,,..... ...................... S ecretar -Treasurer trips . . . star gazing. Z! 3 ,EU , 4 ,nl Wk ASTRONOMY CLUB: First row: Linda Greene, Maryo Vandervaart, Kathy Brose, Beth McCrary, Dolores Patterson. Sec- ond row: George Webster, Richard Pate, Albert Hanson, Carl Gardner, Richard Ross. 119 Y-Teens Y-TEEN INTERCLUB PAM CLARK ......... ...................... S ecretary RENAY OSWALD .....,. ......................... T reasurer BETH MICHAELS ....... .............,..... President CYNTHIA LONG -------- -------- P ublicify Chairman SUSAN BELL ................. ..................... V ice President MURIEL ELLIOTT ....,.... ........................ S ecretary KAREN MCCOTTER ....... ........................... P resident I J' O' SI' Y-TEENS I Bm-SY PARKER ---,.,---, .,.-,,,,,,,A,,,,-, p ublicity Chairman Joy of serving . . . Just formed this year .I . . smallest Y-Teen club at Broughton . . .deliver TI II PI fiowers to patients at Rex . . . hold bake sales . . . OFFICERS actiye during summer . . . meets first Tuesday of BRENDA TIE ...................................................... President eac mon ' PEGGY LoTT ............................................ Vice President BARBARA ALLEN ......... ....,. Q ....... S ecretary I G'A'G' YTEENS I DONNA MCCRACKEN IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Treasurer hgE5I'1S Aitsilal' . . . 50 51115. .t. hold ffJaIE1eS 501' c 1 rena u e ommun1y ener... a esaes TI II pI Y-TEENS . . . potatoe chip sale . meet once a month after . hool and once a mont at Y. W. C. A. Teens in progress .... Largest Y-Teen club at SC Broughton .... Eighty members .... Meets twice a month .... Helps blind school and detention home G. A. G. Y-TEENS . . . active during summer . . . holds bake sales. OFFICERS I J- O. S. 52132212 Efffiflssijiiiiiiiii13iiQ132111111i1"""'i1iii111i1ii1S,'ii'?d1ZZZ OFFICERS MURIEL ELLIOTT ............ ....... V ice President KAREN MCCOTTER .......................................... President JANE BRITT .......,..,...,.,.,,..,.,. ,,..,,...... S ecretary BETSY PARKER ............. ....... V ice President MARY LOUISE PLONK .......s ......... T reasurer INTERCLUB COUNCIL: First row: Barbara Allen, Renay Oswald, Beth Micheals, Karen McCotter, Pam Clark. Second row: Brenda Tie, Jane Britt, Kate Ellington, Donna McCracken, Muriel Elliott, Betsy Parker, Peggy Lott. 120 J. O. S. Y-TEENS Back 'row left to right: Shelly Crisp, Renay Oswald, Juanita Clark, Trina Johnson, Susan Doerr, Marsha McE1rath, Mary Ethel Valone, Kathy Lambeth, Susan Skipper, Pam Clark, Hilda Bredbenner, Carolyn Joslin, Cyn- thia Long, Tanya Crane, Betsy Parker, Susan Schoen. Front row left to right: Karen McCotter, Judy Johnson, Kathy Pleasant, Linda Bourie, Kay Morris, Char- lene Jordan, Pam Batey, Rebec- ca Stallings, Lois Barnes, Julie Hardee. Il 91, Aww F G. A. G. Y-TEENS First row: Carol Wil- kinson, Jane Johnson, Margai-etSeawe1l, Bea Arline, Kay Exum, Lindsey Hall- wood, Ann Arey, Nancy Hudson, Bon- nie Kennedy. Second row: Muriel Elliott, Candace Goode, Kate Ellington, B a r b a r a Edwards, Louise Sul- livan, Wendy Moore, Nancy Heilman, Mar- garet Knowles, 'Jane Britt, Melba Wooten, Judy Williams. LOST AND FQUHD 'S-f-1 TIP Y-TEENS First row, sitting: Ann Mclver, Deborah Leonard, Jane Russell, Peggy Schafer, Linda Wall, Carol Young, Zerle Bradshaw, Elaine Mason, Marilyn Emory. Second row, sitting: Damell Glover, Nancy Huckabee, Nancy West, Judy Johnson, Tina Preston, Beth Otwell, Vivian Reames, Debbie Steiner, Jane Walker, Linda Murray, Kimberly Black- ley. Third row, standing: Bren- da Tie, Barbara Allen, Judy Page, Donna McCracken, Gwen Barnes, Sue Clements, Betsy Rives, Pam Oliver, Cindy Witt- mer, Joan Iannone, Kris Dybas, Nancy Bryan, Mary Alice. Fourth row, standing: Ann Hartsock, Nancy Jones, Alice Brady, Ann Hodges. Sharon Commee, Susan Robinson, Patricia Senter, Elaine Saparilas, Connie Graham, Mary Ann Murray. Fifth row: Ruth Bames, Franki Tola, Sarah James, ChaCona Winters, Patri- cia Fields, Dorothy Campbell, Beth Stone, Laura Robinson, Debbie Bryan, Bonnie Tola, Peg- gy Lott, Judy Lott, Elaine Jack- son. I i SENIOR HI-Y: First row: Johnson Howard, Alan Daniels, Steve Isaacs, Gerry Bello, Robert Harper, Hank Cunningham, Jimmy Thiem. Second row: Alfred Bredenburg, Kurt Newman, Jim Wise, Larry Bryan, Lester Lloyd, Van Carpenter, Doug McMillan, Steve Williams. Third row: Ed Lawhon, Bobby Sherrill, Buddy Jenrette, John Margeson, Lee Salisbury, John Parham. Fourth row: Mike Jones, Forrest Goldston, Harry Walker, John McCants, Dale Lewis, Jim Turner, Skip Auld. Hi-Y Leadership, Scholarship, Christian ethics and morality . . . membership requirements .... Selected by council of educators, Y-leaders, and student members .... Handle publication of school tele- phone directories .... Proceeds go to a scholarship fund. SENIOR HI-Y OFFICERS BOBBY SHERRILL .............................................. President DoUG MCMILLAN ........... ....... V ice President HANK CUNNINGHAM ......... - ............. Secretary GERRY BELLO ................ ................. T reasurer LESTER LLOYD ............... ...... S argeant-at-Arms DALE LEWIS ..................... .................. C haplain COMMANDER MULLINS ...... ......... A dvisor 122 THOMAS HARDY ...... DAVID SMALLWOOD ...... QGILBERT HAY ......... TOMMY HICKS .......... RICKY Foxwonrn ....... JUNIOR HI-Y OFFICERS -..-.--.Vice President ...-.....-.-.-.Secretafry ..-...-..-....-..Treasurer .-..-.Sergea.nt-at-Arms JUNIOR HI-Y: First row: Fred Thornhill, David Powell, Jim Rich, Tommy Hicks, Robert Proctor, David Park, Thomas Hardy, Tom Shelbome. Second row: Billy Bunn, Ricky Foxworth, Jimmy Bedrick, Gilbert Hayes. David Smallwood, Jim Bourey, Duncan McMillan. Third row: Robert Meares, Dean Kemp, Sammy Jeffreys, Dan Tew, Jimmy Jones, Ed Henderson, John Edwards, Jimmy Morris. Fourth row: Mike Bolt, John White, Dan Garner, David Hansen, Don McAllister, Kenny Reynolds, Donnie Ethridge, George Edwards. semi is I SOPHOMORE HI-Y OFFICERS SOP?-Ifi'l3llI?:1ilEkHIl5Y: Fg'stlrow3Dawgg Senteg, Pa61:luCribbinEe Pat Seagal, Kent glist- - er, o ar , ave e ey. eco row: im en ine, orge imore, teve "'""'"""""""""" Taylor, Sam Beard. Borden Walker, Steve House. Third row: Edwin Bell, David GIB SCOTT """"'""""""""""' Seaetaw McCombs, Mike Sloan, Richard Hewitt, Jim Bailey. Fourth row: Bobby Ritchie, JIMMY BR -,-. ' Peter Hartman, Gib Scott, Jim Durham, Billy Starling, David Womble, Grey Medlin, PAT scH1:LL ,...,..,....... .,...... s efgeam-at-Arms Laffy Tillev- KENT KISTLER ,,.. .. .......,.....,........ Chaplain 123 ir Force Junior l I R. O. T. C. Established in 1966 this marks the third year of Air 'Force Junior R.O.T.C. fReserve Oiiicer Training Corpsb at Broughton. Broughton was one of the twenty original schools in the county selected to receive this program which will eventually in- , clude 275 schools. Students complet- I ing the course will have their iirst year of R.O.T.C. waived in College or may enlist in any branch of the Armed Forces with one stripe. Broughton's Cadet Corp numbering over 100 attends class three days a week and drill. They have conducted tours of Pope and Seymour Johnson Air Force Bases. The instructor is Lt. Col. Stephen L. Rozakis assisted by S.M. Sgt. Leroy T. Eure. AEROSPACE EDUCATION III MEMBERS: Amos, William E., Jr., Birdsall, Ian A., Brisbois, Timothy M., Carle, Kevin G., Clancy, Joel T., Edgerton, H. Hendricks, Goodwin, Andrew W., III, Ingram, Stanley F., James, Perry E., III, Maddry, Howard B., Jr., Norton, Robert E., Parham, John V., Jr., Price, Wayne E., Radford, David W., Jr., Reid, Richard R., Roberts, John B., Sawyer, Lawrence H., Sherrill, Sonny L., Southerland, H. Wade, Stimmel, Joseph B.,Tyndall, Don A., Wood, Thomas G., Woodson, Robert B. AEROSPACE EDUCATION II MEMBERS: Andruzzi, Anthony M., Jr., Bayley, Tom, Brande, David, Coston, Mike, Dodd, Brack, Dodson, Donald, Hipp, Edward B., Jr., Hudson, George F., Lambeth, John, Lipscomb, George F., Parnell, Jerry R., Roop, Robert L., Smith, lefinny Ei, Sew, Daniel L., Waters, William David, Jr., Williams, Samuel A., Jr., Wilson, Richard B., Winkler, Thomas M., ins ea , on. AEROSPACE EDUCATION I MEMBERS: James R., Jr., Cruise, Victor I., Douglass, Clyde A., III, Fields, Hugh, Fosdick, Mike T., Guth, David A., Hall, Sidney, King, Charles D., Mills, David G., Nobling, Johnny L., Phipps, Joseph B., Smith, William Briggs, Jr., Stark, John H., III, Batey, Marion G., Jr., Brock, Walter E., Jr., Clarke, John H., Jr., Craig, H. Brad, Jr., Goodwin, C. Scott, Handy, Eric S., Hayes, Lonnie Lee, Hinton, Louis C., Murray, William J., Jr., Rothstein, Lee C. f in OFFICE ASSISTANTS: Left to right, top row: Nancy Huckabee, Deborah Roberts, Zerle Brad- shaw, Martha Bryant. Janet Haynes, Muriel Elliott, Joan Fairenholt, Rebecca Stallings. Bottom row: Shirley Stoll, Debbie McSown, Vera Watson, Virginia Garner, Doug McMillan, Tommy Wagner, Tom Hilker, Rhody Dillon, Donna Tyson, Robbie Jones. G.: P, X. wk-AX .-'V - X..- 'frvw-v-ew... OFFICE ASSISTANTS: First row: Susan Dixon, Becky Hill, Ann Ritchie, Marsha Williams. Second row: Brenda Roberts, Debbie Newsome, Sabra DeVann, Ellen McLaughlin, Lynda Cook, Linda Terrell, Martie Moore, Ann Hartsock, Alice Brady, Donna Adcox. Friends : Hannah Shorty Mary 125 Needham B. Broughton Part Three-1969 On that last day of the previous year, When a thundering shot from a hotel kitchen Mocked Charley Hick's sentimental speech, Few knew what would come-for the nation 0 Broughton But the nation Csomehowb has survived, And Broughton fperhapsj has actually thrived Despite the deep traumatic shock Of losing the northern part of ourselves And a nationally recognized principal. Who can tell how things will go After another ten years or so? Will "Broughton" or "Sanderson" Assume top place? Does it really matter? They are both one, in an overall sense, Names, like buildings, are mortal. The basic institution is not. i i 4 1 Il 1 Conclusion-A Jingle for Gradu-ation Day, 1969 As we complete twelve years of school, Each a sophomore, a Wise fool, We hope that we can pull it off To soon become less more than soph. . . " M ' LH,'.:." if, wa ,M yy. V. M A A A .V iii -sf fi Q. Q 31 5, 1, M . ,. saw QA 1 Sw fi x K.. mi ui 128 A ajerettes he we gi' wi ps uaazmnwa MAJORETTES: Anne Richie, Susan Maness, Debbie Ranzino, Barbara Horzitz. Cheerleaders CHEERLEADERS: Standing: Carnilla Vester, Alice Card, Debra Dodd, Judy Eildstine, Nancy Berson Sharon Pickard, Janet Birum. Kneeling: Kathy Mathews. an -Q, fl! xi-if 1 S Av - ,, M." 1 - ,M mv h lf F 1ff?w 5fff+sbg1 ,. .K 43,7 -. I 51 1, ,,, , 1- M2 :vt 1 J-' f ' 25115 . ' "iT1'.lf:'. .' 8 3:-L ,J"r-- n .4 ' .gf ' efffx , 4' f " .ex-f . 'f " 'ff -7' -1 ,. -: ,Y-c ' V" 1. 419, - ' ig 1. , . me " .VJ 'WH L,."-f- I I-2 l'..'T ff" " 14?-g - '-q'x,. , . r-LHS. 94.5,-K. ii EQ .Q Q 9 Football 1963 fygav- Z' 132 F , l I 1 B Q MANAGERS : Seth Jones and Reggie Co-Captains HaSS16I'. Sonny Bass Toddy Turner HEAD COACH, Jim Stutts Coaches: Louis Capps, Larry Honeycutt, Head Coach- Jim Stutts, Buddy Stewart, Ray Durham. F nv-'V VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 1968 Broughton 13 .,.... ...........,...,.,,..,.,..,,..... G rimsley Broughton 0 ,...... New Hanover fWilmingtonD Broughton 20 ..,.., ..............,........,..,,.....,..... E nloe Broughton 7 ...... ...... F ike-Wilson Varsity Football Broughton 6 ...... ....,, F ayetteviue Broughton 7 ...... ...... J acksonville Broughton 10 .....,, ,,..,.,,..,,,, L igon Broughton 14 ...... ...,,., R ocky Mount Broughton 14 ....... .......... D urham Broughton 7 ...... ,.,,,.. G oldsboro 1968 TEAM PICTURE: First row: Toddy Turner, Rhody Dillon, Sam Anderson ,Garland King, Mike Carter, Tommy Lam- beth. Second row: Robbie Gorrell, Paul Howard, Chip Coble, Will Johnson, Sonny Bass, Wiley Aiken. Third row: David Smallwood, Jimmy Rich, David Dupree, Ronnie Vereen, Gary Coley, Jim Norris. Fourth row: Rufus Roper, Mike Morgan, Tommy Perry, Rick Jernigan, Donnie Ethridge, Fred Morelock, Dean Kemp. Fifth row: Brannie Holder, Ken Stein, Harry Walker, Olmsted. Sixth row: John Emory, Ben Wright, Jerry Douglas, David Perry, Larry Jones, Bill McRee, Dan Garner. Seventh row: Reggie Hassler, Seth Jones, Ray Durham, Buddy Stewart, Louis Capps, Larry Honeycutt, Jim Stutts. ll 4 Q ,f .055 15,-, ,Q 4 34 as 195 , Y B H 1 'F 'T R 5 2, 4 ' 1 9 I B i L S. fi ,1 K .1 ? it 'avr A 'ip X A 'Q 61 1 f' fy 5, p- 5 , 55 ,., 5.5 ff, 1' J' 23 ,. - I A fu..-3-', '1 uf f - I 'X f ' , I , 1 I 3 5 ..,.A. 574: 5-5 IW 1 F W' 5 5 5 U 5 E I if SQ 'WW I .1 5 5' " 53,53 54 5 5 gs .411 Qi " ' J ' , " ' if T 'vs , 3 5. Sl .af 5, 5- ul W 2 5 xr 'F ' N A n ..- , n j I .3 5 51 I ax, I ' w 4 4 5 'E Q A 'K 9 1 Q s X E X 1-N .,.tfk7"X 'l 1 , Q M 2 f Z Q ! 1+ 5 1968 BROUGHTON FOOTBALL ROSTER Name Wiley Aiken .... ....... Sonny Bass ...,....,,,,..,. Branny Holder .......... Paul Howard .............. Larry Jones ..,,.. ....... Bill McRee ........ ....... Jack Michaels ............ Chip Coble ..... Gary Coley ...... Jerry Douglas ............ W111 Johnson .............. Rufus Roper ...... ....... Ben Wright ...... John Emory ...... ....... Jim Garris ..,,......,,,. ,,., John McAllister Jim Rich .................... David Smallwood ...... - Ken Stine .................. Harry Walker ............ Dan Garner ...... ....... Mike Morgan ...........v.. Robert Rieger .........,.. Ron Vereen ...... -E- Ht. 6f 6, 61 61 6, 61 61 6, 61 6, 51 6'4 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, Wt. 200 185 155 175 163 165 161 235 196 170 206 179 190 155 180 186 177 185 178 162 160 185 203 165 .,I David Dupree .... Robbie Gorrell ........ Garland King .......... Rick Jernigan ........ Sam Anderson ......,. Mike Carter ............ Shellar Goodwin Dean Kemp ...,.... Tommy Lambeth Fred Morelock .. Jimmy Morris Toddy Turner .... Rhody Dillon .......... Donnie Ethridge Varner Olmsted David Perry ....,. Tom Perry ...,... 5'10 6' 4 5'10 5'10 5' 9 5'11 6' 0 5'10 5' 7 5' 9 5' 8 6' 0 5'10 5' 6 5'10 6' 1 5'10 I I Durham Slips 'By Broughton 'lurhlm ish p igmon dow igm rival Durhlm, the ic won Ihe Eulern 1- Conlerence Ioolblll chlm- I b delelung Rlleigh y , 23-14, ll Dlverelll r-1-my mgm. As mow: I5 the ily DSS WON, lhIS I'III'Ili'I WIKI mm was no wnu. on, as could hnva xpecled, plnyed its best nl the selwn aglmsl e hod the undefeated Broughton mlinuming 1 ennlengmg ponnnn mmngn :ll but the Ilsl mmulc ul plly. Broughlon also gal instances of defensive hrlllilnce from 11neblCker Dlvid Smlllwood and end Larry Jones, in ad- dition to Howlrd and others, Todd 'hither mlde l nniemnn-saving pm mor- nl me ronrm period mu would nm nimed me pro receivers green with envy. 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A Q' h 1 ' -V' I Qs nmcmuuw 'Mb' ,,,, z M'-I bYxu-axon! didn -' . ,wil 1, .. . . 9+ ,.,..-N 'Nm Nu.. 1 vu A the PM ,z-.-.A f ' - '-., " 49 lflb umu' .,, -- - lg Wg memarmulfihu pug' Ning "'- A L1 -, -X YN, 04" ff "v-uL"" H 4: 'ho pgllkqquoin 'Nm .1 M ful ,Q 54 f , . ,g-u,,,,Ev.,,m immlwoglii '-gl-AM ' cf' gl ff wumulim ""Cq,- NH!!! ug .44 f , Q 90' get 4112: UEPHINSZI Bunn ol gh it "' CP' lf' 'Wim by """'ly N' "' 'Wm' wm1a,."""fhe?"' 3.-2. . ,sexo z..l.,,, fffglaon ,aflgvl-4 5:5-L 1 our mlm +49 ' 5' Dwarf' 'NNT UML- gb, B"""'fll ao" NQYPUI. Memo, -'kg-, I vvnemq U ""'1w g'f1r.n."i5"uL N- c. Gs,"- fionm P35011 l,:,""'Wog. Junior Varsity Football 1963 J.V. 0 ..... ........ E nloe 21 J.V. 14 ..... ..... D urham 7 J.V. 19 ..... .....,............ W ilson 0 J.V. 12 ..... ...... F ayetteville Ross 25 J.V. 21 ..... ......... L igon 0 J.V. 27 ..... ...... S anderson 13 J.V. 0 ..... ........ E nloe 19 1.2 First row: Zack Bacon, Marvin Leveridge, Preston Ruth, Charles King, Mark Shaner, Tommy Wagoner. Second row: Steve Brewbaker, Ashley Spain, Bob Oliver, Bern Walser, Ronnie King, Phil Ficklin. Third row: Jim Stoneham, Chris Morgan, Marty Batey, Sam Beard, Butch Rochelle, Jim Little. Fourth row: Skip Summers, Eric Handy, John Clark, Gary Stainback, Doug Murray, Bill Gulledge. Fifth row: Gary Morgan, John Holding, Brian Perry, Bill Murray, Jimmy Durham, Murray Ielowellh Sixth aww: Coach Capps, Charles Satterwhite, Jim Lumsden, Sprague Cheshire, Roland Massey, John Daniels, oac uneycu . 137 ,v , . ff si ww ., , K ,,Vgf3w :-gr: - L: .r 5 .,---""" 'S Basketball 1969 A 129 Qwgw M . 'il . A ' -H A ' I 4 I 1 I 1 1 A Q ' 1 f xx I 4 X . ' , X I . .x H- '. I.. . W 1 TRI-CAPTAINS James Branch, Landon Moore, Sonny Bass GUARDS: Bottom-Steve Collins, Don Harris, John Cutler. Top-Eric Spinella, Landon Moore, Harry Watkins. Basketball 1969 Eastern 4A Broughton ....,.. .............. 4 9 Broughton ........ 63 Broughton ....... ........ 7 0 Broughton ....... ........ 4 9 Broughton ....... ........ 5 8 Broughton .r...,,. 41 Broughton ........ 59 Broughton ....... ,....... 7 7 Broughton ....... ........ 5 3 Broughton ........ 51 Broughton ,....... 42 Broughton ........ 65 Broughton ....... ........ 5 3 Broughton ....... ........ 5 5 Broughton ........ 50 Broughton ..,..... 62 Broughton ....... ........ 4 4 Broughton ......., 65 Broughton ,.,,,... 74 Broughton ....,.. ,....,r, 4 9 Broughton ....... ...r,,, 6 2 Sanderson ....,.......... ....... Ligon ................ Rocky Mount ...... Enloe ,,,,.,..,,.,. Grimsley ...,... Grimsley .......... New Hanover .,.,.. Goldsboro ........ Durham ..,,.,,.......... ....... Terry Sanford ....... ....... Jacksonville ,...... Fike ..,........,...... Rocky Mount ...... Enloe .,.,............. New Hanover ...... Goldsboro ..,..... Durham ,,,,......... Terry Sanford .... Jacksonville ,....,. Fike ..,....r.....,. Tournament Enloe ,,,,,,.,,.,,, S xx Qmfghr, 655585701 SVU X is r lg f 411 L i 9 9 V,yR 9 N Q Coaches: Stewart and McLean. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: First row: Toddy Turner, Eric Spinella, Harry Watkins, Landon Moore, Johnny Cutler, Don Harris, Steve Collins, Mike Carter. Second row: Coach McLean, Larry Jones, Barry Welch, Sonny Bass, Jim Branch, Rufus Roper, Jake Rogers, Reggie Hassler, Don Willowley. Left to right--Managers: Reggie Hassler, Gordon Blake, Ronald Willoughby. 142 CENTERS: Rufus Roper, Jake Rogers FORWARDS: Kneeling: Larry Jones, Don Harris. Standing: Sonny Bass, Jimmy Branch, Toddy Turner. kai ,. AP5 cvs S LAP3 7 t A A Y. LAP 20 JUNIOR YARSITY: First row, left to right: Mike Sloan, Butch Rochelle, Dayle Flammia, Sprague Cheshire. Second 'row Ken McKinney, Nelson Hathcock, Ray Edwards, Rich Eudy, Billy Starling. Third row: Coach Stewart, Johnny Daniels John Holding, Bucky Moser, Gordon Blake. J. V. Basketball Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Sanderson Ligon . Rocky Mount Enloe Grimsley Grimsley New Hanover Goldsboro Durham Terry Sanford 1968-69 Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Jacksonville Fike Rocky Mount Enloe New Hanover Goldsboro Durham Terry Sanford Jacksonville Fike ,fn GOLF TEAM 1969: Front row: Barry Welch, George Viall, Rhody Dillon, Johnny Ross. Back row: B111 Gilbert Charles Connell, Tim BrisBois, John Bunn, Fred Thornhill, Toddy Turner, Skip Auld. Golf EASTERN AAAA CONFERENCE GOLF SCHEDULE 1969 Thursday, March 27 ......... ....... G oldsboro Tuesday, April 1 ......... ....... B roughton, Raleigh Thursday April 10 ....,... ...,... J acksonville Thursday April 17 ........ ....... T erry Sanford, Fayetteville Thursday, April 24 ....... ....... D urham Thursday May 1 ..i..... ....... R ocky Mount Monday, May 5 ....., Sectionals, Durham Monday and Tuesday, May 12, 13 ................ State, Chapel Hill 144, Baseball 1969 BASEBALL SCHEDULE March 18 "'Northern Durham Home 21 "'Ligon Away 25 "'Ligon Home 28 "'N. C. State Freshmen Home April 1 Enloe Away 3 Rocky Mount Away 9 Durham Home 11 Fayetteville Sanford Away 15 'Sanderson Home 18 New Hanover Away 22 Enloe Home 25 Wilson Fike Away 29 Fayetteville Sanford Home May 2 Jacksonville Away 6 iFSanderson Home 9 Rocky Mount Home 13 Durham Away 16 Goldsboro Home "' Non-Conference ALL HCME GAMES WILL BE PLAYED ON BROUGHTON ATHLETIC FIELD GAME TIME: 4:00 P.M. COACH: LARRY HONEYCUTT BASEBALL TEAM 1969: First row: Arch Robertson, John Holding, David Senter, Steve House, Sonny Bass, David Perry, David Pearce. Second row: Mike Morgan, Rick Jernigan, Mike Poole, Preston Ruth, Steve Collins, Rufus Good- in Tim Goodin . Third 'row Gra Medlin Robert Gorrell Landon Moor J S ' R 1 d M D K g, g : y , , e, oe pain, o an assey, ean emp, Var- ner Olmsted. Back: Coach Larry Honeycutt. vu' 'nir- ifi' 5 First row: David Godfrey, David Stansel, John Thompson, Wayne Stargart, Tony Andruzzi, Jim Gaskill, Charlie Williams Second row: Bobby Sherrill, Ernie Page, Butch Miller, Don McCollum, Mark Shaner, Ronnie King. Thwd Tow Roger Surnmerlin, Mike Phillips, Jim Strain, Jamie Hall, Doug Grosch, Randy May, Tommy Wagoner, Sam Beard B111 Murray Robert Grosch. Wrestling Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton 146 1968-69 WRESTLING RECORD 51 ............................. Garner 7 28 ...... .,,,... G overnor Morehead 19 36 ...... ...... G arner 11 21 ....... ....... F ayetteville Sanford 29 33 ...... ...... D urham 23 16 ...... ....,.. C ary 36 37 ...... ....,.. S anderson 11 18 ...... ....... C ary 36 37 ,..... ,...., .E nloe 13 19 ....... ,,..,.. G overnor Morehead 34 22 ...... ,,..... D urham 24 37 ....,. ......, S anderson 18 15 ...... .,,.,, F ayetteville Sanford 30 39 .................,.......... .Enloe 16 SEASON DUAL RECORD Charlie Williams 14 - 0 - 0 Bobby Sherrill 12 - 20 David Stansel 10 - 2 - 0 Butch Miller 9 - 4 - 1 Tony Andruzzi 7 - 0 - 1 Jack Gaskill 8 - 3 - 3 Charlie Williams Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Broughton Cross Country CROSS COUNTRY RECORD 27 Fayetteville 29 Ross 84 30 Durham 86 Hillside 46 Carolina Freshmen 51 Second Place Sectional Meet Seventh Place State Meeting 3 fd! . QQYQZ , fr , mei J A .N-5 ' L,,N'?f'g ,EO S- ui' , . 1 xxhw' - 'KW'-. a :ff 1 . . ifiisf' Q 1 Jo ff-A ' 3 4 , - J Rusty Carroway approaches at the finish line 1968 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: First row: Bobby Ritchie, Bruce Tyson, Mike Hough, John White. Second row: Doug Mc- Millan, David Hanson, Ricky Edwards, Mike Coston. Third row: Coach McLean, Wesley Debnam, Rusty Carraway, George Edwards, Nelson Hathcock, Duncan McMillan. 5 ' 4 f-Q Tennis 1969 TENNIS SCHEDULE l March 18 New Hanover vs Broughton Away l March 21 Ligon vs Broughton Home March 25 Ligon vs Broughton Away March 28 Burlington vs Broughton Home April 1 Enloe vs Broughton Away April 3 Rocky Mount vs Broughton Away April 8 Durham vs Broughton Home April 11 Terry Sanford vs Broughton Away April 15 Goldsboro vs Broughton Home April 18 New Hanover vs Broughton Home April 22 Enloe vs Broughton Home April 25 Fike vs Broughton Away April 29 Terry Sanford vs Broughton Away May 2 May 6 Rocky Mount vs Broughton Home May 9 Tennis Sectionals Goldsboro May 10 Tennis Sectionals Goldsboro May 13 Durham vs Broughton Away May 16 State Tennis Chapel Hill A Dee Blankenhorn May 17 State Tennis Chapel Hill TENNIS TEAM 1969: Dee Blankenhorn, Cy King, Tom Shelburne, Mark Aiken, Robert Proctor, Don Heaton, Hank Cun- ningham, Mike Corey, Jim Dorsett, Walter Brock, James Grady, Paul Cribbins, Billy Bunn, Gary Halstead, Allen Tarelton Frank Dirnmock, Ronnie Collins, Robert Allen. Coach Capps. i is Horam 6 .s P" Q X1 E,"1I y F . sit G z E ,sum - . Q if W f 'A X xff x TRACK TEAM 1969: First row: S. Petersen, B. Perry, M. Hough, D. Dupree, B. McKee, T. Lambeth, W. Debnom, M. Coston, C. Satterwhite. Second row: B. Tyson, R. Richie, R. Edwards, D. Daniels, J. Laney, R. McPhaul, D. Willoughty, B. Starling, D. McMillan, E. Handy. Third row: R. Cassaway, G. Lottimore, G. King, C. Williams, T. Murray, J. Hudson, J. Valentine, W. Rochelle. Fourth row: R. Ennis, D. Beauck, J. Stark, D. Smallwood, C. Williamson, T. Bayley, G. Stainback, R. King. Fifth row: Coach McLean, R. Roper, G. Blake, G. Coley, M. Carter, G. Edwards, Coach Durham. Track 1969 TRACK SCHEDULE March 25-Ligon Ligon March 28-Terry Sanford, Hillside Fayetteville April 2-New Hanover, Fike Wilmington April 8-Sanderson Broughton April 10--Terry Sanford, Jacksonville Broughton April 17-Enloe, Rocky Mount Rocky Mount April 19-Duke - Durham Relays Duke April 24-Goldsboro, Durham Broughton May 2-Eastern 4A Meet Fayetteville May 9-Eastern Sectional Meet Raleigh May 16-State Meet J Raleigh l Jr N gl if QS' lj, K' .QQ URM X v " x . A r ., ' . m k J an .lf 1,5 Team Captains: Rusty Carroway and Mike Carter. 149 Features The crabapples hang low in waiting- fSometimes they swing and fall And lie upon the ground Until by chance, some careless foot Knocks them down a hill.J The night has watched over The day gone past Yesterday lies wet, lies cool Upon the wide stone steps And greets each wistful one Who looks upon the tower in all its power The morning holds our minds Today we fall in love with yesterday, Acclaim its gifts, and bless its vision. , dw M P Q 5 K Wuxi Q lv---fu A, ' f R, K. iii A A M ,457 gym 4 tg Q .Em f" m ,1 I X J Z ,-L,, wswh yi 1 M 3? ' 'fg if x. W vi ' sei v Q 1 412.-if ,Ag 22' Tiiw 2122 . W if' my Q. V 1-sw' -wk h MM M Tiki. "' if T: ' , x V H 63 4bl"a1"ivI'- K V- . Q I' "Ks Q 5 A A N -Q ..,, 4" 1. . W W EE M, I 5 Rx! N Maw-uf. f O Homecomm Love those Soul Sensations ' SPONSORS: Renee Michaels-Student Council Sponsor, Pat Pierce-Varsity Football Sponsor, Amy Everette-Senior Class Sponsor, Molly Dillon-Sophomore Class Sponsor Susan Gul ledge-Junior Varsity Football Sponsor Ann Davis-Junior Class Sponsor Traditional souvenir corsages . . . yellow chrysanthe- mums . . . made by Hospitality Committee. 152 4 i 3' -AQ nffff 'SKY Mm --'if 3 Q 'P 'Wuuafn 'W -ffx . b"!4'j 5 A y o 5 5 , 44. FJJN 1 ' 7 7,""'x 1 lv ' ' Q '2- " , '.",m-,L Q N 1' 0 A 7 nr . . , A g s. A 'QQ A 1 K 5 "4 nu , 'I s"'1 , Alf Y 3 'f ""fn'-M N... ,HM 1' 'Q V A , T .xxx fc , W Q '21 ""'-Y - ',-' f M 5 ' 4fz"'X ff If Q. M' ' A , g - --' x ff K I ,I f 1 X V' v f 'fhwu QQ!!-f'.' .Cf ', ,QM fy 4 A Q My i'?f'+a4 '-f YL --. '- --"L ' - . f . .X A ,MQ - 7. 1, , ff, L, -' 1 I Q H .-.- o 1 . ,gwf funny, ,m Q, -,,f,fi. "Gig, NKQW H"-QQ. - 2, Wx' -5 'Ha , ,M 6 - Q - N MW' 4 I . . 4 x,, A Y. Q 'N 3' AV' . fd ' ,, Azffm 0 - V J Q , L. H - L 'A x Q v I 1-4 5 P fx, A M 'sk w,4,,4,f3J , +ADIi'!,Qi H 'v big., , S' , 'Lyn ,vi W!" g' ja lf,-1' 1g-Q' fs 3 we j ju!! '1 3 4' Q 3 ' Q 3 -.1 "' .5 A' 'gf' 5 9 ' x A s 4 iw 3:52. I9 ' ' . .3 if .0 'X fy mwmqm 32 Q!! 2 'Vw Ml? 'WJ any '9'E p , fi V' Hi' Q. X Mr' - EY ax I K P As Broughton Goes so Goes the World . BUS DRIVERS: First row: A1 Holliday, John Clents, Sherwood Wallace, Lyn Avery, Carl Wellington, Bruce Shell. Sec- ond row: Donald Sykes, Allen Burke, Steve Strickland, Doug Pittman, Stuart Coward. Third row: Ronald Sykes, Gary Peacock, Mike Neal, Donald Dodson. CAFETERIA: Helpers and Friends. -S Q T221- 5 'Sw TWINS-First row: Bill and Ann Senter, Tom and Bob Hilker, Nancy and Kerr Stewart. Second row: Ann and Martin Seligson, Susan and Bill Gulledge, Tommy and Tommy West. Third row: James and John McAllister, Beth and Jack Michaels, Alvin and Evelyn Cobb. Fourth row: Ronald and Donald Sykes, Bobbie and Susie Lawrence. Q ANQQQ Mr. Seth Jones relaxes. 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What: Fire - in Auditorium - housed 18 classrooms. Comment: Students, staff, fac- ulty safe. School on February 21, 1969. Friday morning Q M Y'-ul Will Bradbury Master of Ceremonies. Winnie White adjusts tie of Sam Anderson. 160 .' in IH' February 14., 1969-Queen of Hea Twelve pretty girls. A dreamland garden of pink and blue Howers. Beautiful music. A paradise at Broughton High School. Put them all together and they spell Queen of Hearts! And the theme for this year's Queen of Hearts Dance Was "There's a Place for Us!" On Valentine's Day the queen and her court were pre- sented in assembly and on February 15, the pretty girls, the dream garden and the background music Honored at the Queen of Hearts Dance. Queen Susan Weathers was escorted by the senior class president, Rhody Dillon. Sara Ann Newbold, the maid of honor, was escorted by Toddy Turner, another senior. The other 10 members of the queen's court and their escorts were Connie Graham with Landon Moore, Amy Everette, with Jim Piland, Kathy Matthews with Jimmy Branch, and Winnie White with Sammy Anderson, seniors, Debbra Dodd with Fred Morelock, Lindsey Hallwood with Harry Watkins, and Susan Milner with Garland King, juniors, Ann Oliver with Preston Ruth, Jane King with Zack Bacon, and Nancy Willard with David Dupree, sophomores. pub? Muff. mi 'X l Mascots for the ceremony were Valli Corbin, Ruth Ellen Hodges and Kevin Anderson. At the assembly entertain- ment for the queen and her court included the Broughton Orchestra, the Broughton Ensemble, The Three Sharps and a Flat' Quartet and Jim Garrison's folk group. Others participating were Ellen Betts, Beth Otwell, Anne Davis, John Margeson, Van Carpenter and Tommy Broughton. The hour-long presentation of the queen and her court was highlighted when Rhody Dillon crowned the queen, kissed her and sang "Portrait of My Love." "Strangers in Paradisen was sung by Mary Lin Griffin, Darryl Moffett, and the Renaissance. A dance band played "Mood Indigo" and "Basin Street." Further enter- tainment were furnished by Curtis Campbell and Jimmy Bedrick. Brenda Ray and Marti Ward were chairmen of the of the decorations committee, chose not to use the tradi- pageant. Larry Bryan and Muriel Elliott, co-chairmen ticflnal red and white Valentine colors but pink, blue and w ite. Raleigh's "Chasers Combo" played for the dance from 8 till ll p.m. ., vb." v, fi ' Qxj Ou? ' xifllf XXXX XXXX 'XXX NH-Way ' 1 '45, so I, W5 ':.. +.np,5,'J-' 1 b,,1.. 5 nafil' " I up 'LA 'L Queen of Oufr Hearts LINDA SUSAN Escort Grover WEATHERS Lee Dillon o A ,Ei . 56 41' g 0 550 . F ji I 1 Hlifhfl :gilt . U Q . . A K f r If ' if , ff' ff 'Z ' ffm 'j ' Y A V7 V M Q WL f ifvizisi-9 -'f 5 . I ,A Q X I . 9, 1' ' If 1-' 1 , Q ' ka 'Nil ' 0 ..-g RQ if -. do Vu X I - n C vm J, N' 2 V . In . 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"dungeon" . . . "alma mater." I am large but my hearth burns brightly. am hated, loved, despised, and revered. am cruel, yet kind, ugly yet beautiful. I I I am people- mortal . . . human . . . dispensable. I am composed of fear, love, envy, humility, and competition. am friendship and brotherhood. am geniuses, braggarts, clowns, and fools. Through my doors have passed many- I I some with tomorrow's potential greatness. But most of all, I am you- the common person. Without you, I am forever doomed to Today. With you comes my Tomorrow . . a new life . . . a new world. Soon I will be gone. Only bricks will remain- bricks . . . and stone . . . and wood. But I will linger on . . . Forlamyou... 1 I I .,,se . I am your memory, your life' ,.i.. Still I have far to go Ni. rirr . .rin f fjfifgg r , Tomorrow IS another day, il ' ' 1 - he ,.1QLhfyf1?Js,, gs., Zwj . fjfQ-,L X and long it will be before I rest. p, I am Broughton. - - ' .est 1RUSTY T AYLOR gg ,V,.,. . . 'QM ,,ggf1.gi1'f A ,, S 5 ,.... I "'r V K .m. i,,9fH-1 . uv 1. f ,ft ,f,..f-Er ,,,., Q ,m m sit P M i f " 5 ' " ' ' if 1' I s me pgfqiar, , ponsors Amburn-Pontiac, Inc. White-Wall Shell Service Braxton Barbour's Esso Service Village Gulf Service T. H. Briggs Hardware Co. Sharpe's Formal Wear William Edwards Hairdresser, Ltd. Suburban Realty Company Feather Processors, lnc. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co Frankie and the Damons Anchor Hocking Glass Corp. Gaddy Real Estate Cameron Village Hobby Shop JFD Electronics Colony Theater Johnson's Jewelers Friendly Cleaners Leon Bynum Opticians Gilliam and Company Marty's Grocery Glenwood Village Patio Melvin's Glenwood Pharmacy Murray's Gulf Service Mr. and Mrs. James E. Thiem Pleasant Snotherly Insurance Agency North Hills Book 6' Stationery Reynolds Cr Stone Wake Tire Co. The Village Realty Co. Weatherman Jewelers West Raleigh Gulf NORTH HILLS RALEIGH. NIJRTH CAROLINA PERSONAL CATERERS TO THE YOUNG LADY WHO DEMANDS DISTINCTION IN HER SELECTION OF CLOTHES :hx U11 BOOK C1 ' age STATIONERY, INC. D IN 'TEE VIRGINIA Cameron Village Raleigh, North Carolina gh NV gage gxommgd p I F II ul 00 I I BOOKS - STATIONERY - CARDS g GIFTS - OFFICE SUPPLIES ILLA CAPRI --fIIfw.mww- 1820 North Blvd. 834 6441 in Ridgewood Shopping Center Nlf 0 RADIO WARREN DISTRIBUTIIIII UDRP. The Most Complete Automotive Center in the South 1820 North Blvd. 834-6441 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA ZACK WHITE LEATHER CO. LUGGAGE ond LEATHER GOODS 2005 Wake Forest Road 0 Phone TEmpIe 2-7337 RALEIGH, N. C. W. II. F. M. II. B. A. E. MARTIN ST. RALEIGH, N. C. SNAKENBURG THE TAILOR Custom Tailoring SNAKENBURG, Owner Dial 834-7930 COMPLIMENTS OF CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE '5The Home the Troubadorsn OPEN 'TIL 9 PHONE 834 0311 COMPLIMENTS OF WATSUN SEAFUUD 8: PDULTRY C0. POULTRY FRESH FISH SEAFOODS ROCK QUARRY ROAD RALEIGH, N. c. STEPHENSON INC. 520 N. Salisbury St. Raleigh, N. C. 833-0829 FASTENING, DRILLING, ANCHORING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR ALL CONSTRUCTION TRADES Sim H. Wells Company Mortgage Loans - Real Estate - Insurance 620 W. Jones St. - P. O. Box 2296 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of Ranch MOTEL G RESTAURANT 6129 Glenwood Raleigh, North Carolina 27609 MOTEL 787-3131 RESTAURANT 787-4321 RALEIGH PAINT 8: WALLPAPER CO. ART SUPPLIES North Hills Shopping Center 408 Downtown Blvd. 787-1134 RIDGEWOOD SHOPPING CENTER CORNER RIDGE ROAD AND WADE AVENUE 1 RIDGEWOOD BEAUTY SHOP 0 RIDGEWOOD BARBER SHOP 0 RIDGEWOOD SHOE SERVICE 0 RIDGEWOOD FABRIC CENTER 0 RIDGEWOOD PET 8: HOBBY CENTER 0 NEWTON-HALL LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS ' FIRST-CITIZENS BANK Gi TRUST CO. 0 WINN-DIXIE ' JOHNSON'S CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY v AUDIO CENTER I HOUSE 81 LAWN CENTER 0 KERR DRUGS OF RIDGEWOOD 0 HOME OWNERS REALTY In INS. ' ELAINE POWERS SALON 0 RIDGEWOOD G6 SERVICE I VILLA CAPRI RESTAURANT 0 GRAHAM KNITWEAR 0 ICE CREAM CREATIONS vdzefea BRYAN BLDG. surm 236 RALEIGH, N. C. Glasses Sun Glasses Contact Lenses Bill Barbour Phone: 828-2078 W. H. King Drug Company Wholesale Druggists RALEIGH, N. C. "The House of Friendly and Dependable Service" VISIT OUR NEW SPACIOUS STORE CONVENIENTLY LOCATED - PLENTY OF FREE PARKING IN RALEIGH'S LARGEST AND OLDEST MUSIC STORE YOU WILL FIND ALL OF YOUR MUSICAL NEEDS IN OUR MANY DEPTS. PIANOS and 0RGANS INSTRIIMENTS 00MPONENTS - RAIIIO - TII - STEREO SHEET MIISIG RECORDS and TAPES 00MBO DEPARTMENT FEATURING THESE FAMOUS BRAND NAMES -k GIBSON if FENDER if VOX if GRETSCH iv HOFNER if LUDWIG -Af SLINGERLAND -k ROGERS if TURNER -k FARFISA -k GOYA -Af GUILD if HAMMOND -Af LESLIE -Af OUR CUSTOM PA'S 'SDO YOUR OWN THING BY PLAYING ONE OF OUR INSTRUMENTSU STEPHENSON MUSIC CO. HTHE PLACE WHERE THE ACTION IS" 101 W. PEACE ST. PHONE 832-2019 RALEIGH, N. C. RICHARDSON'S One Hour Martinizing "the most in Dry Cleaning" 3911 WESTERN BLVD New Home of SIIDEIIS FUIID 00. 401 DOWNTOWN BLVD. ROBERTS FLORIST -- 733 W. Johnson St. - Phone TE 2-8842 "See The Rest, Then Buy The Best" MRS. LINDA WEATHERS MRS. RUTH ROBERTS x Pioneer Awning fr Window Co. if Mmumcrunens or uunurv 7' I -N- sronm wmnows a. moons . 7 w.8Z31c3E sr. if xou, ca.n.'i.' wean, Kg-Q'P,a aQ0,,'S .... COMPLIMENTS 1 1 r I J I T or I I I I SUPERIOR STDIIE wig wean, ang shoes ab am ? Syrup Koi Qaaomo' vo9MQsLw..,,R sf., A006133 GOMPMIY SUPERIOR BUILDING RALEIGH, N. C en neun ALWAYS Finsr QUALITY OAK PARK PHARMACY Raleigh-Durham Highway Telephone 787-3742 CAMERON VILLAGE 84 NORTH HILLS National School G' Industrial Corp. National Film Service Simply Su erior . . . For Those Who Can't Be Botl-lered With Second Best . . . Mastercralt Stage Equipment - Draperies - Shades 14-20 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, N. C .xuezllin-,Davis CHlih:l1elI gllunzral Home film. "Cleaners of Distinction" "' St. Mary's at Johnson Street Cameron Village Gateway Plaza Raleigh' North Carolina 123 North Salisbury Street I4- ?-SSN X N 'aah i 9 A ill P idx! F ---i A g. mi liili W' I Q Salk P 'llllsfgymfdgq " I l 9 gg- ' e 1.1 .-T: 1 ' ' sw: Qiff' " e . -gf 9 b . ' I lg 5 Emacs. .. on 1 I NN - ? g Ill MAURICE C. CAPPS, JR. Agent Corner Davie fr Wilmington Sts. Phone 828-3341 Raleigh, N. C. Res. 787-6005 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE MitcheII's Hair Styling Academy 132 S. Salisbury Phone: aza-0254 Raleigh, N. c.. LIGON BLDG. SNACK BAR soo sr. MAaY's ST. Jwyygllfg I.IiIIagq5quire RALEIOHS CA 'QAOE Q I1 LOGAN mmua comvnnv HFffsfMi3n iffglffagloiflfyoung North Carolina New Equimeni Company II IILITERNATIUNAIQ in 11 ll RALEIGH - GREENVILLE - WILMINGTON GREENSBURU - WINSTON-SALEM at McDonaId's BIG MAC "FOR THE BIGGER THAN AVERAGE APPETITE LOOK FOR THE GOLDEN ARCHESQ 703 West Peace Street Raleigh, N. C. JG llQfvvW5 Wie? TD Mlmwwl X.. EXPERT WATCH AN EWELRY REPAIRING LESTER R. MO' ON, JEWELER .N Y e J 18 E. Hargett St. YQ Raleigh, N. c. VA 8-5052 J Original Art Collection King Paintings, Etchings, Woodcuts, Crafts L ' H little art gallery fc Lower Level Mall North Hills Shopping Center S T KEELER'S SQ See our selection of teen-age rings ONYX - JADE - CAMEO - SIGNET - PEARL ' XE 2502 HILLSBOROUGH ST. RALEIGH, N. C. ALSO THE LATEST IN l4 KT. GOLD PIERCED EARRINGS FOR ALL STUDENT SUPPLY NEEDS C l 1 , ?SE'S'1'lLURS, 3.33233 FRl.a.sAT. 9:00-5:30 B7 F H S Puomz aaz-zsnz on 828-8957 ayettevi e treet I l 832-375, Downtown Raleigh Cliff 6' Monarch Notes Solve Lit. Problems Get Valuable Explruzalinn . . . Gain Clear Urzderxmnding 'X n E wlowf W ll W MPSF KING UF THE SEA Raleiglfs Finest Seafood Restaurant CATERING - FAST TAKE OUT - DAILY SPECIALS U.S. 1, NORTH PHONE 828-7455 - B28-7466 LIKE SPORTS? LIKE QUALITY? "CONGRATULATIONS SENIORSN Ygu'lI like Y Uptown 0 Cosuol Colony 0 Cameron Villoge S ey ve got Lt all!!! 1720 N. BLVD. 833-4854 Compliments of JOHNSON-LAMBE CO. 322 South Salisbury Street Free Drive-in Parking HARMUN-RUWLAND. INC. 429 S. WILMINGTON ST. RALEIGH, N. C. 833-5733 EAST CAROLINA'S LARGEST IMPORT DEALER DATSUN - TRIUMPH - BMC PARTS 81 SERVICE NORTH HILLS SHOPPING CENTER ON U.S.it1 avr-Ass AT sux FORKS Rom: IT'S A HAPPENING! THE f94,,'QM 9, I 969 Y . NORTH A CAROLINA STATE FAIR -- NOW 9 BIG DAYS - October I7-25 FlNCH'S RESTAURANTS RANDALL PRDCTUR AGENCY THE BROILER, INC. 217 Hillsboro OPEN 24 Houns FINCH'S RESTAURANT and DRIVE-IN 4Ol W. Peace - Open 6 A.M. To 9:30 P.M. Raleigh' N. C. "LIVlNG lNSURANCE" Equitable Life Assurance Society 7lO Branch Bank and Trust Dillon Supply Company Industrial Supplies - Machinery Quality Equipment ' For All Sports RALEIGH - DURHAM - ROCKY MOUNT NORTH HILLS GREENSBORO - CHARLOTTE RALEIGH, N. C. GREENVILLE, S. C. MEREDITH COLLEGE ACCREDITED liberal arts college: Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, American Association of University Women, National Association of Schools of Music. PROGRESSIVE educational program in terms of Christian character and service. Distinguished record of student honors. Excellent library facilities. Effective honor system. ATTRACTIVE location in Raleigh, iiThe Educational Center of the Statef' Beautiful campus of 225 acres. Modern fireproof dormitories with generous provisions for social activities. Write for catalogue E. BRUCE HEILMAN, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA FERGUSON'S HARDWARE, INC. GENERAL "Do IT YOURSELF" HARDWARE See Us First 2900 Hillsboro Street 832-3743 Compliments of FALLON'S FLORIST 205 Fayetteville Street 832-8347 Compliments of Hudson HR 208 SHOP FOWLER'S NURSERY PERENNIALS - BULBS - ROSES - AZALEAS SHRUBS - BEDDING PLANTS Raleigh's Oldest Nursery 4210 Fayetteville Highway Raleigh 772-1217 Taste That Beats 0thers Cold PEPSI POURS IT ON PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF RALEIGH, N. C., INC. 2838 Wake Forest Road ' Raleigh, N. C. Wilson-Emerson Construction Go. Inc. O GENERAL CONTRACTORS Emanuel-Kovach Specializing in Public Utilities School of Dance 2909 essex Circle 782-ozzs O CARY, N. C. DANIEUS - SHOES FOR THE FAMILY 467 4822 MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING 2I3 S. Wilmington St. Raleigh, N. C. 45th Year A. E. FIIILEY AIIII IISSUCIATES, IIIG. CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL AND MATERIAL-HANDLING EQUIPMENT RALEIGH 0 CHARLOTTE 0 COLUMBIA Accounting - Business Administration Secretarial Courses: Airlines, Executive, Fashion, General, Legal, 6' Medical IBM Key Punch, Data Processing, Computer Programming Fashion Merchandising HARDBARGER BUSINESS COLLEGE Raleigh, North Carolina SUMMER TERM-JUNE 16 FALL TERM-SEPTEMBER 15 ,fQ,vpfm,W,4wj 1 I +10 FWQ'-W3yw04waZ ,LD 1 ' 1 ei emavwwziwfagy XKQQQ Z' WZ? M6 . faainriraifs and i ifqgf ' X vga, Mg? Applicafion Size PZ res jdwywzaj B May Be Ordered Ozffwf aayi From Your QXLZAJ School Annual Negafive YOUR LATIPAC PHOTOGRIAPHER SMITH STUDIO 14- East Hargett Street Phone 834-6491 RALEIGH, N. C Fifi- 1c3rvww'b0z.z,f W, , wif f- ,f wmum. ' JqHjm.Q,bwQJmmu0l MSMMT GUSWG igifmqwwa QLD WQ wwMmUm VLETWWQIJWCQ, WQfLLQM9WJdQoJ3wmLQuQQea,w 5O,WUWQnLw4kbqJlbf4gpZjJfLQ1E wQgAj FLW WDW! CQVGLVQ3 My Congratulations and Best Wishes Hudson HK CG'9 btgfiglgrh QK6 THE CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC. Compliments PAUL A. HOOVER DURFEY-HOUVER INSURANCE AGENCY 304 Odd Fellows Bldg. Raleigh, North Carolina IIIAROL NA BUILDERS CORPORATION gizabza QfZia.ca,1.922 fx-.-X Q 9 ld ewa S g y Two Stores to Serve You OPTICIANS. Inc. pRoF"E22IfJI'fif'Ifi,'IfD.NG 822R2lSMFAR'gMSsiT:55f FAI L5 S- a34f3451 834 6409 ASSOCIATES LTD. OQILO I ooracxs COMPLETE EYEGLASS SERVICE 2416 I'IIIISIJor0ugI1 Sf. ,f P. 0. BOX 5486 CONTACT LENSES Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 Phone 9I9-833-0356 Clemenfs HAIR STYLlNG 500 Branch Banking Building We appreciate the privilege of writing your students' 8289492 Accident Insurance C HDAMB LEE BURNIE BA'rcI-IEI.oR 'NSURANCE AGENCY PHQTQGRAPHER INSURANCE BUILDING sm on I Ra. PHOHE aaa 7527 TE 34648 CUSTOM FLOORS CATES OPTICIANS 832-6617 228 Bryan Building Cameron Village 402 DOWNTOWN BLVD. Phone 834-4964 I PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED-ONE DAY SERVICE COMPLIMEN T S OF COMPLIMENTS OF CROSS POULTRY COMPANY ' 623 Rock Quarry Road TE 2-7751 AUTO C1 MASTER PADLOCK KEYS MADE BY CODE CAPITAL LOCKSMITH COMPANY COMPLETE LOCK SERVICE C. H. Brockwell Phones: i809 Glenwood Avenue Day-828-6577 Rhleigh, N. 27608 Night-832-6729 A-so ao 1 out '5QPAi+0 COMPLIMENTS or COLLEGE PAINT 8: BODY SHOP aoov PAINT fr GLASS srnvlcr CAUTHEN-PARKER. INC. Domestic CY roman cruz aoov nssuirosns a PAINTING 1022 S. SAUNDERS ST. RALEIGH, N. C PHONE 828-3100 PEACE COLLEGE A small junior college for women and an excellent liberal arts program MUSIC HOMEECONOMICS ART BUSINESS DRAMA 69 Broad Cultural Advantages W DM-Q Affiliated with Presbyterian Church gmww 'Civ' Form I - Yet Traditional - Atmosphere JZ UYVUJOJLQ Fully Accredited A! nl or further information write tio L f S. David Frazier, President Ji ' Q Raleigh, North Carolina no ' L91 QW gg iw ,473 AVERY UPCHURCH 2601 Glenwood Ave. THE FABULOUS .SENSATIONS NI I K E COX E 782-0040 iw? Mfg I Cameron Village, Raleigh Store of Fine Home Furnishings BURRAGE MUSIC COMPANY "School Music Specialists" BAND INSTRUMENTS I 40' ACCESSORIES - MUSIC Z X IN RALEIGH'S Office Phone 833-5793 Raleigh, N. C. CAMERON VILLAGE 428 N. Salisbury St. 'f you can really turn it on . . . and keep it on. Penny shaves, penny shoe shines. Electricity makes it all possible. With a pcnnyls worth of electricity, you can shave every day for a year. Or toast 40 slices of bread. Or listen to a radio an hour a day for a week. Fact is, today you can get about twice as much electricity for your dollar as people did 30 years ago. Your electric bill probably isnit just pennies - but then think of all the lights you use, toast you make and TV you watch Knot to mention clothes you wash, rugs you uacuum and teeth you brushj Electricity. It's a real value, no matter how much you use or how you use it. Carolina Power 8i Light Company V43 An investor-owned, taxpaying public utility company P ul il Q JAMES l'l. ANDERSON CO., INC. Pat ,Iuby Inc. FLOOR MAINTENANCE MATERIALS REALTORS Q MULTIPLE LISTING AND SANITARY SUPPLIES BUILDERS , 501 W. Peace St. 834-1351 Ralelgli, N. C. ' R1'A N, PERSON STREET VARIETY STORE 702 N. PERSON STREET " Y' OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. Financing - AUTO LOANS - Refinancing ,,04!o9c2xeounl Qgowww. 601 Fayetteville St. Raleigh, N- C- wooov CARROLL off. rn. VA 8-7436 M,,,,,,g,, nu. Ph. TE 4-7239 ST. MARYS JUNIOR COLLEGE RICHARD G. STONE, President RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA High school graduates are offered two years standard college. The curriculum also includes 11th and 12th grades high school work. All academic courses fully accredited by Southern Association. Excellent Courses in Art, Expression, and Music Departments with tuition included in general charge. Twenty-Acre Campus - Field Sports - Tennis - Gymnasium Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool - Golf - Horseback Riding Write for Catalogue BYIIIIM LIIMBEII GUMPMIY Lumber and Building Material A OFFICE AND YARD Lf we. didn? believe in progress, we would still 737 WEST HARGETT STREET e usmg t ns. PHONE 6132 Years of Service and Progress 832-7855 in Wake County" 833-0519 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA Congratulations Class of '69 SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE 84 TELEGRAPH COMPANY For Your Printing Needs DIAL 832-6417 W my ummm l'T9"2' T RlNTlINGcoMMg7itLGSq ST 1 RALEIGH. N. c, Established 1921 Commercial Printing Steel Die Engraving-Social Engraving BROGDEN PRODUCE COMPANY T GALANIDES RALEIGH, INC. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 'N5T'TUljg'gQ:: fggnfgfb AND BANKING 8. TRUST COMPANY NORTH CAROLlNA'S OLDEST BANK 409 WEST MARTIN STREET 3324031 832-0567 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation It 'cGet more education! How many times have you heard this? Do you get tired of hearing it? Donit-because you will be getting educated the rest of your life. School is only the beginning. The more you learn, the hap- pier and more interesting life you will lead. Always keep an active and inquisitive rnindf, C. P. LANDT President Cameron Bromrn 900 Wade Avenue Ezzgii :IIIQLIEI zzi 5 zzlzsi Eliz Iiizzzuizri E E r COMPANY 828-2581 MORTGAGE BANKERS l INSUFIEFIS 22 Offices Located in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia HAYES-BARTON PHARMACY Always The Best 2000 FAIRVIEW ROAD AT FIVE POINTS FLI NT'S LAUN DRY 6' DRY CLEANING LEATHER and SUEDE COATS - JACKETS O 445 HALI FAX STREET C A N T O N C A F E EDWARD N. s. TiE-owner CHINESE 5' AMERICAN FOODS ALL Fooos PREPARED TO TAKE our 832-7857 408 HILLSBOROUGH The Remnant Shop "Sew and Savev GLENWOOD VILLAGE 833-9061 RALEIGH MURRAY TIRE SERVICE 401 S. WILMINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 832-3768 REX HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA accredited by the National League for Nursing offers a 3 year program leading to a diploma in nursing and eligibility for the licensing examination for registered nurse. The graduate is prepared to work in areas such as obstetrics, pediatrics, medi- cine, surgery, psychiatry, clinics, and convalescent homes. Courses are offered for the nursing student at North Carolina State University for which college credit is given upon successful completion. R WR A senior student in the process of 6 fulfilling her ambition. C H I E I I Y l L O S i F IR pok n here lbvfxperfsl COLLEGE OF HAIR STYLINC E WON EVERYTHING OUR STUDENTS WON Cl FIRST PLACE, El SECOND PLACE, and El THIRD PLACE in the Annual Spring Clinic and Hair Styling Contest held in Raleigh, Monday, February 3, I969. Judging was on the new spring trend. The event was sponsored by The N. C. Hair Fashion Committee with contestants from the entire state. "2"-vw-s.-.. .... M--.J Back-Contestant Sharon Nlilliliin Sitting-Model Ann Roebuck Bark-Contestunt Dianne Davis Sitting-Model Nancy Lyles Bark-Contestant Deborah Pierce Sitting-Model Yvonne Reynolds Pl.Al'lI PLAY! PLAIT WE WON EVERYTHING . . . sounds like a "brag" doesn't it? Well, thats what it is! Our students are the most important people in the world to us and something well we feel like they deserve a big pat on the back and the priviledge of "brag" alittle tool Now don't think winning is unusual at Troutman's . . . it's not. Every member of our staff was selected because of their training, understanding of students, and their ability to train our students in superior skills in hair styling. With the staff and facilities we have at Troutman's we expect winners. Remember, this year's winners are from a new class at Troutman's. The tensions as well as the competitive spirit felt in this contest are as new and fresh to these winners as it was to the first class en- tered by Troutman's. Should you and someone you know be con- sidering a career in the beauty profession, we invite you to come by and visit us anytime. I M.. .,,l L 09 ,' LI A-27601 202V2 SOUTH SALISBURY STREET RALHGH' ,1 lri-irui-mr mul hemfrnl llnrxnzvr JUDY TROUTMAN .www- ESTIIEII BUFFKIN lmlrmmr :mil Nlvlvw Ihre'-Inf Y BETTY ROYAL Krgmrnr null Niall--ur I ffm:-wlflf Mr. Troutmon started in the beau- ty and hair styling profession in T952 after having been reared in and around beauty schools and sa- lons all of his life. Charles is Vice-President and Gen- eral Manager of Troutman's Col- lege of Hair Styling, Inc. of Ra- leigh, President of Beauty Services, Inc. of Raleigh. In 1961 he served as Vice-President of the N. C. Schools of Cosmetology Associa- tion and was elected to the Presi- dency of the same organization in 1962 and re-elected in 1963. He has been teaching beauty culture and hair styling for a num- ber of years, specialising now in the teaching of hair coloring, cold waving and the histology of the hair. Judy has eleven years experience in Beauty Culture. She has attend- ed Bruno's School of Advanced Training in Toronto, Canada, ln- ternational School of Advanced Hair Styling for three years in Miami, Florida and Permanent Wave School in South Caroling. She has also studied Advanced Styling at the Robert Fiancee Insti- tute of Hair Styling in New York City. Before moving to Raleigh she was part owner of a beauty school in North Carolina and owned and op- erated her own beauty salon for three years. Her training has also included many management seminars and institutes in the south-east. She has her manager's diploma. Mrs. Buffkin has been a registered cosmotologist for ten years. Her training includes Advanced Hair Styling study and work in Atlanta, Georgia, New York and Pivot Paint Chicago, Illinois. and trophies for ability has been many occasions. International in Winning awards her hair styling her pleasure on instruction is re- Her excellence in flected in the twenty-nine awards received by her students in 1967. Ot the awards received by Mrs. Buffkin's students are included two national and two international awards. Mrs. Buffkin conducts and in- structs a special class each Mon- day in Advanced Hair Styling for registered hair dressers, in addi- tion to her other responsibilities at our school. Betty has been a registered cos- motologist for eight years. Since taking her basic training here in North Carolina she has taken her Instructors Training at The Ad- vanced Academy o Michael An- geIo's in Jacksonville, Florida, working under his leadership for four months. She has had ad- vanced hair styling training under serveral members of national and state hair fashion committees. It has also been her pleasure to take special coloring classes under the direction of several well known col- or technicians. Her experience and training also includes four years as an instruc- tor and managing one of the lead- ing beauty salons in Raleigh be- fore ioining our staff. Miss French worked for over three years as a supervisor-counselor with the Neighborhood Youth Corps in New Bern, N. C. before ioining our staff at Troutman's. She is experienced in recruiting and counseling youth between the ages of eighteen and twenty-five. Her understanding of the need for guidance and the ability to moti- vate those with a purpose is anoth- er reason why we at Troutman's claim our school is "Dedicated to People With a Purpose." Excel- Ience in instruction . . . Excellence in student performance is to be expected at Troutman's. Miss French's studies include work through East Carolina University, Greenville, N. C. ou might say . if , XX we're in love . . . . . . with our work, that is We won't promise that your clients and customers will send you candy or flowers, but we'll het 3 picas and an em that they"ll he pleasantly aware of your product or service when you let us handle your printing needs. From inception to finished product, our modern facilities enable us to produce the finest printed material anywhere. Place a call today and he prepared to "fall in lovev yourself. Dial 833-6602 EDWARDS 81 BROUGHTON CO Since 1871 1821 NORTH BOULEVARD 0 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 27804 ME. Q? 63 K, From the Editor . . . Another year has passed, and another page in Broughton history is written. Forty years ago no one dreamed the auditorium would contain 18 class- rooms which would burn in a fire in February of 1969. In 1931, surely none of the 88 graduating seniors ever perceived that the graduating class in 1969 would contain 525 seniors. Many "happenings" occurred this year. Brough- ton again sports a student lounge, this time com- plete with psychedelic wall and juke box. Brough- ton housed its offspring Sanderson for three months. Sixteen new cement benches were spaced around the campus. Enough parking places were left for sale to juniors. Yes, 1969 has been a memorable year. LATIPAC '69 has tried to compare and contrast Broughton and the present with Broughton and the past. As you turn the pages of your LATIPAC, you will gain insight into Broughton's history as well as reliving the events of this year. LATIPAC '69 could not have been created without the cooperative efforts of many. First of all, the LATIPAC staff is indebted to the assistance of Miss Laura Helen Paschal. Her many years as advisor to the LATIPAC staff enabled her to give constant assistance accompanied with unending patience. She has seen the changes that have taken .place at Broughton through the years and was able to con- tribute much information. Among the many others who helped in creating LATIPAC '69 include: Mr. Burnie Bachelor for the innumerable pictures taken on cold wintry morn- ings sometimes involving fifty or more students. Mr. Paul Hoch, Mrs. Vivian Hagwood and Mr. Jeff Hill from Edwards and Broughton, who helped make our ideas for LATIPAC '69 a realization. Delmar Studios for diligently taking all the Sophomore and Junior portraits. Smith Studios for excellent work with Senior Portraits. Carl Freedman for helping with the epic poem portraying Broughton's history. Students in Mrs. Porter's typing class who worked many hours typing copy. Deedee Thiem, the business manager, who helped with many ideas. Journalism students who solicited ads from Ra- leigh merchants, helped in identifying pictures, and much the tedious work. - And my family and friends for their optimism, encouragement, and help. Working to create LATIPAC '69 has been, at times, a trying job, however it has been an experience which holds innumerous memories for me. As you turn the pages of your LATIPAC, I hope you all feel as I do-proud to have been a part of a page in the history of Needham B. Broughton High School. ELLEN BE'r'rs 203 I-f W- 2 i iggym ul mf' Cv "4',' ' ,X tfxxif? 5. ,V X mff Qlvv W, - I -gi" N X L Killa' ,X U Q, Gy 'w A rg' c V ' 'J 'fb , 9'i7Q21'jZ XVQUI mfg ,qv My ,ff NE Efgxkx Wm? ff, W V d 6: ,HA MJ, if 29 Q , X aff , , ' 'XJ V ,mx - ' Q A Nd wi' .. Q Xgwlf' X6-HQ7 Z0 , AQ by kv Q T Tybfxj -Jvc? N ox ,-Q I 2 -,rv I . faddm 0. F 64-My X gt wks Y U J k g O mm C, MW! 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