New Hanover High School - Hanoverian Yearbook (Wilmington, NC)

 - Class of 1957

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Y 1 .Q -wi --'F-4 M 5. ,gn -wa f -U.. 'J-. 1 --xv TM- --nm' K Y ..,,,.gl,t 5 . , ' fe A J , .H-1 .1 , . x ,. .1 , 1 5 x 'B 1 xWN77! O xx O , K 10 " ,QA io fy, syn 7 f 3 x 1 l957 ,X ,ffl 'WW .4 'rf f :jj tw 5 lf.. fn ' ,,,- an his f Lg F FFT L 2 w1:. ul U ii. 5 'Cf lf- gf 'FXR 1, xvkvw -f.l.'."...:-QN Q , K 3 S w..," 1 QQ W' XWWIIJ lg, is "" li NN, 'Z X tg. , if X 0 ' fg' Eff XF' 'ff fifigfff' TO SEE OURSELVES AS WILLIE SEES US! Through the eyes of Willie Wildcat, this year's Hanoverian Staff is attempting to re-create the mem- orable events, the classes, and the people who played so great a part in the past year's school life. Willie will take each of us on o tour of our school, to get a look at the activities which went on in our organizations, to catch a glimpse of the dances and thrilling sport events, and to see our faculty and student body. As we turn the leaves of this book, we will see a picture story of the year 1956-l957-a year in which our football team came forward with the best scores in the seniors' high school career, a year in which the Student Congress played host to a most successful Student Congress- Council Convention, a year in which our musical and dramatic stage pro- ductions rose to a new height in entertainment. The Staff hopes that at some later date in each of our lives, we will again open our annuals, scan these pages, and remember with tears and smiles the wonderful days spent at New Hanover High. l---- cis willie sees it . . willie sees the things we do .,,,........,. .6 .-.page school snapshots .ooss.oooo.. may court oooo.ss.oo...o.oooooooo...s willie glances at our activities .....,. student government sssss,os... clubs .ee.....,...e,ee,e...e. publications ..s..s, music ...,..A...s.sss,.,s.....sssse,ee..,s.... ,.ie . .page r.o.t.c. e...e.,............,.,..eee.....e,,.....e be cce.e page willie cheers our wildcats to victory ..,...e.. ....,... p age football ......ss....,.,........................ ........ p age basketball .........e.............,,.,..,.. ...r.... p age baseball ..,...r.......,..., varsity sweetheart Vss,... cheerleaders .V.s.... swimming ..,.... golf . ......e...., 8 ,.W.spage l0 .s.l,s.,page I8 .mlsupoge s.h....page .s,.s,..page 20 22 32 ...Umpage 52 56 62 ..U....page ....,..,page ...s.-..page ........page ......l.page 75 76 82 88 90 9l 92 93 94 95 tennis ,s....s...sss,..s.....ee....,.............l.,......,..... ........ p age g.a.a. ...........,.bs.......,.....ee..,......................a.....a.e,. page willie meets us-the people behind the scenes .....,....,. page 96 administration .s....ssesee,v..........,.........be.,....ee....,,e,.V page 98 faculty ..ss,,..,.se,.....ee..................es.,es.e.wee....c ........ p age lO0 staff ..As....ee,..bV...........sss... eee,e... p age ll4 classes ...........,..,e..a.e,..eeee... ....,.,. p age ll5 willie thanks our advertisers ............ ...s,...page l80 r E551 Wiiiim ln no other person could be found a greater love for his work than in Mr. James Marvin Pigford. All of his students can see by the way he explains his "interest problems" in trigo- nometry, algebra, and solid geometry the feeling he holds for higher mathematics. His classes eagerly await the spe- cial "interest periods" on Friday in which he gives them problems that tax their brains and de- mand their strictest attention. The Senior Class of New Hanover High School will al- ways hold a dear spot in their hearts for their teacher, friend, and counselor, and so they ded- icate with great pride this l957 annual to Mr. Pigford. W"-raw Mr James Marvin Plgford BDA- H"'W I A F' I 3 I G ...WZ ,A if- ,ff fi ' s 'ki g ' My ' ,fa--.Q v .A . , 2 , , . Hvw, Y. V, 3, , a. 5 an 414552 6 1 ,,,,W:.,.W , - 7' . f ' W,fLfg1,Q"f - 97' Y 'Y' 2 ff? le s 4 se' 1 , 4 yy 1 fs z , Q My ' men- M f'?li:k ff' Y. tf3!57 KV- 451, 45 i K X .,, kilf 1. if 55 xg 61 , 5 1. ,V 'A' KA -A-'ht 1' 5, i W 0 2 1 W Qi . an 'U ? s 72 I Q- I 3 pg fx ,,1. .-If V, ' Qgsawfi . was-11. ,, IZ" 'J' If Z .. Ky! P f' 3, H K ff' EBSQ ,ii is na fs ., 1, , Us Q 1 H Q .S+ Q H f s. RL if . of "f' 9'-' f 41 "lt 'VLQQQAS'-in 7 -Q , y ,f H' r ,. i4,,a , r M . wa is X ' K Lonely, peaceful, serene. wwf? Supplies that keep the factory going. willie goes with us W'hetl1er walking down the side- walk of our campus, buying materials from our school store, or enjoying sports events in which our teams par- ticipated, we were proud to belong to Nl-IHS. School spirits pouring in the gate. af., J 1 0 i. riff' ' 'jf Two extra pansies in the Harriss garden. Under the spreading maple tree, a yellow school bus stands The pause that refreshes. to familiar spots, Some of us rode to school on noisy school busesg all of us wrestled with stubborn lockers. Wfater fountains were oasis in a dry desert, and every- where about us we saw beauty. Censored. ,ff A circle of protection around the flag me respect A ' 2 X gg, L, 1 5 Q 4 , 1' 'ali A . W: A wf VT, 32.-LT, ! A Visual education. through our stud ies. Our young Herculians lifted Weights, and lovely misses solved complicated problems. In English We' Shakespeare could never pass this test struggled with subjective complements and parallel structureg some of us were Welders on the side. Each of our subjects was an experience. Which rule shows how Hold than pose. to work this one? "Y" I have not brought my specs with me Busy bees in the Senate hive. Then tliey really belonged many activities, Ever-ready judicial marshals assisted confused sophomores and kept tlie rest of us straight. ROTC sponsors provided moral support for cadets wliile shuffle- board enthusiasts vied for championship. The HANOVERIAN recorded it all. Guardian ofthe stairs. E- 'TA :Six z.,'s ea, Just one more and you'll be champ. Nl' ru...- U1- XVillie comes alive on paper ps "Parting is such sweet sorrow . . U social function, and Club parties uped attendance consider- ably, and a big dance added much to the success of our student congress conven- tion. On tlue train to and from out-of- town games, we always had a party. Talk about .1 parlyf lloating to Llndersea melodies. lYl'R"N',, fi A -- -1 r' X, N- Xl.. sexi x itxxf 2-e-942' ft----sf"'t'fT si' QPF! X X 42 ' .-,--'Q""'7""X2 --4--'--13s-1-vv"":-Y' ,Q -t1..L---'x""m'NZ""""x .... --xl X X W NW, .. ,l..--1---xv' , 'L -14-H,r,,, ll 1 lllll x14vllx111elvL1l mlsl l t lt' J fi .XIII IN WJ.. I Cimwz I IIXXXI IQY Q .IIIIIJ-uf-flmirzr' yfwg VIRGINIA RAINIQS finally meets our may clay beauties Wfhen May tripped in with all her sweet-seented blossoms, we found a paral- lel in our May Court. All of us selected our May Queen and her maid-of-honorg then we had Il very lovely white orchid and a beautiful yellow rose. The seniors contributed blue forget-me-notsg the juniors chose violets, and the sophomores selected identical pink carnations to Com- plete the colorful May bouquet. 5 -1:1 wk 40 Q! fa. '15 621, Y m Pi :ig 5 iw 5x....4 .2 1 'xf .. sv, iz Spxro Macrls Prcxlzlcrzt Gene W Oodbury Vice Prcsrdvnt Loulse Floy d Secrelary wlllle IS Introduced to STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Student Government IS one of the most xmportant functnons of our school Thxs orgamzatnon IS composed of the House of Representatlves the Senate the Co ordmatmg Commnttee the Executlve Commxttee the Judicial Mar shals the Soclal Marshals and the Judges Each of these bodles works together strnvmg to achxeve nts purposes foster a true democratlc spmt to promote closer student faculty cooperatlon and to create a more effectxve plan of student government The Executlve Commnttee IS headed by Speedy Macrxs as pres1dent of the Student Body This branch serves as an advxsory board for the Congress dxscussmg 3CtlVlt1CS and bnlls whlch have been proposed by the House of Repre sentatlves and the Senate The House IS led by :ts chalrman Gene Woodbury Membershlp of thxs branch consnsts of one representatlve from each homeroom elected at the begnnnmg of each year The Senate composed of slx members from each class and the class presldents IS headed by nts presldent Terry Prldgen Both branches Orlglnate bxlls necessary for the general vselfare of the school hom ever those pertammg to Hnance must orngmate nn the Senate The Co ordmatmg Commlttee composed of two mem bers from each house and a fifth member chosen by the Student Body must approve each bull before lt ns passed to either branch The Judxclary branch IS made up of the ud1c1al Marshals The Student Court headed by the Judges has the power to try all members of the Student Body who vlolate school aws Sponsormg the May Dance and assxstmg at school func t1ons the Soclal Marshals are an lmportant part of our school They are elected by the Student Congress All these branches work together to create a firm and efhclent government of whxch the students of New Hanover Hugh School are proud 22 I O O O 1 1 ' s 9 ' 1 1 - . . . . . 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I - s 3 9 x ' 7 Sculml Gwtn I-Iamlu Speedy Niaerxs LUUISL Floyd Sfamfmg ane wflgllf Terry Ifldt,LX1 uds Culltdee Al1d.x Svsart Charles Graham I-d 'Montgomery Nancy Vaughn Bobby Matthews Allen Huggins Don Cordero l5.1rb.1r.1 Cravx ford EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Actmg as an advrsory board the Executnve Com the Senate, and the varlous cabmet members I mlttee IS composed of the Presldent Vnce Presldent thexr work they are gulded by Mrs Estelle LeGwm and Secretary of the Student Bodv the chalrman and Mxss Lena Taylor of the Co ordmatxng Commnttee, the Presrdent of our clemocrotlc student government, CO ORDINATING COMMITTEE Commxttee has the b1ll passed by the lf they eonslder lt and not necessarx the other braneh Saxlng vxork and txme for the Student Congress the eommnttee consrsts of two members ot the House and Senate hfth member ehosen from the Student Body serxes as eh,11rm:1n The Co ordmatmg :zuthonty to xeto a Senate or the House of mmor xmportance to be Consldered bt ".1': ' Ha ' IPIIIHIQI lil Bnrdeauw. , Jrl-s mum, x'lfg.1lI'1l,l R in -s. 23 'Ls A15 41111 1t llr Jvx hu Bishop Im 1 H0 3.35 Nrs LCJVBIII You x litlmunt lxttna Vela Betty Broun Xlfglllld Runu Ixnn Luton SHIIHIIIIQ 'Nanu lxmt, uknt Staten Nhtkle Croom Bu k OShn.ld5 Ink Niulus Brllx Idvxards I.lLllC:lL.l'l1l'I1Ol1S Charles C xlnm A O X1eL1rltx ftrrs Pr1ds,o.n Fddxe Wtst Sknppx Haus which IS supported by the senate 51x members eltetud from meh glass md the Lllss prtndtnts eompost thc Stnltt Under the lCld6ISl1ll, or Mrs Isttllt Itfnxm :lu SLIXIIL meets pull Thurs du mornm, to dxseuss brlls eoneermng thc. xxtlfu of our sehool Onls the Stnlte hls the poxxcr to orngmlte hnmet bxlls and to lppomt members of our C lbll1Lf Fht Senate Mtmbers eleet thtlr on n presldmg OHILLI the Prtsldent of the Sen1te ThlS ye1rs PFCSILICHK Ttrry Prxdigtn prcsldus 1t lll meetings ind mu rht else of 1n uncrg.,tnu ull 1 Speull sessxon Other Senltc. ofheers ire the Prtsldent Pro Temport Etclesmstxc, the Secretarx the Pullamentzrmn, md the Sergeant 1K Arms 24 4' U FH Terry Pridgen Xlrs. I.eGvsin, Skippy Hayes. The House of Representatives is an important part of our school. Each homeroom elects 3 representative to this branch. Also included in the membership are the Vice-President of each class .md the Vice-President of the Student Body, who serves .is speaker of the House. The major power of the House of Represeiitatives is to originate bills affecting the general welfare of the Student Body with the exception of finance bills, All bills proposed in the House are referred to one of the following committees: Tralhc Committee, XVeIf.irc Committee, Grounds Committee, Clubs Committee, judiciary Committee, Social Committee, Student Un- ion Committee, and Hospitality Committee. Each week the Clerk compiles the minutes and is responsible for issuing 1 cops to mth homeroom immy Herring Niiss Tlylor, Emmy Dans and the house of representatives inf Riu lun 1 an sim m t tu ir ins X XIc.1 ou N mir -X Li x B Ztlth s urn: ut in ntr at ar es t .ii x 1 mms ar x Briant Crump IJ NIurrax NI1ss Tax ir R XII. t 11rIR u t sv xis 1 mas X x ou t N Bruin mrlfv R 1 1111.1 ii at in r I I5 ktr 'I tgls 4. 7: I ' i I - 1 2 . . I"' 1 : N. Holt, Ii. R' '- bark. I.. DLR t. K. Bi lip, I.. Rth-rts, I.. N' 'k' k. XI. I.. klol on, -d 's. P. Itl XI. .. Abbg. . Y -'lli. SH .I R 1: H. L' d -, IS, BI 'Is. A. ii", G, Strf'kI rd. XI. Ifans. NI, XVII' , S. NY'right, I. H dp, I'. V. B. . . . . ' ,Ii . . . 'Cvez Tf' I rf : I.. I'r'tIi '. II. NIcI.endon, If. 13.1 ", A. XIoI1r. N. Clardy, S. C.Iir'st , KI. IJ.x 'is, I.. Iiellf. I'.. Iii' 'n, XI. Sun- I'f ul I H. Obhieldx. R. Ilatch. I'. C. It, I. Ilerr iig. IJ, XY. d. Il. Il,1 A, Ii. Iio deaux, I. Iickner. R. Y. I ilk, Ii. .1 -, x. R 1-r. K d B AclyH y luclges repnmoncl violators summoned The Judges chosen by the House of Representatlves and the Senate declde the necessary pun1shment for uolators of our school s laws Authorlty 1S g1ven to them to mterpret the Const1tut1on of our school Three Judges are selected from the Semor class two from the unlor class and one from the Sophomore class The Chlef Judge Barbara Wenberg chosen by the Judges and alded by ASSISI ant Chlef Judge Andy HHFFISS presldes at court sess1ons but has no Vot1ng power except 1n case of a tle Th1s group 3dV1SCd by Mr Dan1el Todd tr1es all vlolators who are brought rn by the ud1c1al Marshals and lmposes the nec essary penalues The udges are g1ven the power to try all members of the Student Congress and to 1mpeach only the mem bers of the Senate Nancy Bradshaw the clerk IS respons1ble for the proceedmgs of court busmess Sealed: Rosslyn Tro h, Barbara Wenberg. Stan ing: Nancy radshaw, n arriss, Jimm Sloan, Brenda Liles. Q O O 3 . , . ' 7. u p 1 9 ' 5 , . . . 1 1 o 5 , J 4 , 7 3 ' 6 5 ' 3 , . 26 ustlce for all lS the motto of the ud1c1al Marshals Headed by the Chlef Marshal, Allen Hugglns, they are under the supervlslon of the Student Court These Marshals, appomted by Allen and approved by the Jud1c1ary Comm1ttees of the House and the Senate, enforce the laws 1nd rules of our school Asslgned to a speclal post on the campus or nn the buxldlng, each ands IH promotlng orderly trafic Vlolators of traffic rules are glven a txcket as a summons to Student Court The Chlef Marshal acts as Prose cutmg Attorney for the Student Court Th1s branch, essentnal for a student governed school, IS adv1sed by Mr Damel Todd to court by the IUdlCICIl marshals Putt Rou Cynthxa Tlldcn 'ylary Slclerbnak Ioytt Latluy lmda Dortch Yancy Hcrrmg Sally Ludlum Pat Smdcrlm Mnclut Howard Surml Rau Rnthard Youngblood Lynda Srucns udy Horrtll oan Carter Carol jenluns Frances Howtll Ann Rtd maym Irene Turner Allen Huggxns Third Rou Judy Keen Nlary Margaret Gmn .an jackson 5uaup,hn Whm. jane Bond lmnly Com Nancy Lonntlly Shenla Wahl Pourfb Rau Betty oSnetden Barney Barnhlll Charlts long, Niary Ann Syyart Robert Hatch lola Stiles lxn Bracken bury F HJ . ,, . . . J . f 1 1 - n S I K S - r t - . - . L 1 . 4 . . O . ' 0 , 'f ,A ' '.'. ,x "' ", . ,J ,. ' , 4 , S., ,: . V, .vqjv .'Ll ' ,y , ,' .w .- , .u . .' I ' ,: , Y A ,L ,J u , f ,y . v .1 1. ' ..y '. . ,, ' V. . VJ ss V ' . , . . , s - ".- ' V - ., - s Y - 'A , v - - - . -, - I '. A e 'A , " , I . 'A .,':. F ' li., t V .U lr li A. . . L ' W' 1 ' , x j. -. 21 as wi In I Rau Harl n Xan L Sarah 'wlalpass juds bull bt Suouf R u 'dar Pl an Vrrnght Nlarx Lou nhnson Tblrl Rau Nlargar t Hurst B ss Powell Xlona R1 1 P1 lnr I mm 1 H wx xrd kno Ian Hxrdx can marshals ofnhhs well quallflecl social Work1ng wnth the soclal commlttees of the House of Representatlves and the Sen ate, the Soclal Marshals attend all soclal act1v1t1es of our school Advlsed by M1ss Jack1e W1lll8mS, the Marshals asslst by col lectmg tlckets, dlstrlbutmg programs, and ushernng at the plays and operetta Each year durlng the Parent Student Teacher 28 open house meet1ng they 11d 1n dlrectlng the parents to the var1ous classrooms Each sprlng the Soclal Marshals sponsor a May Dance, at thxs tlme they present the May ueen and her Court Elected at a yolnt sesslon of the Senate and the House, the Soclal Marshals chose Jane Wrnght as thelr Chlef Marshal for th1s year V t U Y '47 W . 'Z 1 ' f'K'e.g,' ' W, I ll ' .IQ ,V N Q' 3, , , r . ' , . 5 M 1 e tk 'ie , V ,I A - 1 A g , ,- I K I . , ': c c ' cz ' ' . , 1' ' cd". L 0 ': r ie Hes, ,I c , , ' 1' Jn ' . "1 : r L c . c ' , A lcd. Nfl 'F m: -Ill Scuttul , 0 'Q ' x, h c . ", U I O 0 0 0 0 ' s . . - Q . The Homeroom Chalrmen are elected at the beg1nn1ng of each school year by the students of each homeroom Durmg the school term they serve thelr fellow class mates by d1str1but1ng and selllng Wildcats and by taklng orders for supscrlptlons to the H anoverzan Throughout the school sesslon, the Chalrmen a1d ln collectxng money for the varlous charltxes such as the Junlor Red Cross, the Thanksgnvmg Welfare offermg, and the Chr1stmas collectlon for needy famllxes Semor chzurmen take orders for callmg cards to be used by future grad uates Dally devotlonals are glven by mem bers of each homeroom class, these devo tlonals are scheduled by the chairmen assisted by asplrlng homeroom chairmen, I'1rsfR0u Patsy onus Barbara Blake Patsy Golding Margaret Smlth Loyu. johnson Donnie Taylor jane Hardy Naney Kung Sylvia Edens Judy Sellers S1'c0mlRou Sylvia Williams Anne Redmaync Vlargaret Nadal Alnce 'Vlarks udy Murray Margaret Batson Nancy Cross Allda Swart Carol ordan Barbara Teague Kay Stoklcy Mary Marshall Third Rou Danny Tart Margie Foyles Kltty Loud LeMonn Goodwin ane Parker Deann Estes Dawn Burns jean Mmtz Betty jean Butler Fourfb Rou Charles Rnenbark Jaelu Burman Rxchard Gtustess Buck Ochltlds Paul Butler Kelly Orrtll Betsy Paterson I1 lla Rau Tcrrv Sml h JIITIITIY Gower Bull Slack Ed Ffird Gary Cllne Theodore Brock james Nlclntosh Charht Bag gett Woodus Humphrey , . . o oo o 1, . - A - ' ' J , , , , ' , , . , . - - , ' ,A '. A ,J , , ' , , J , Y H A - - , , , ,J , , , ' , , ' 3 A I x S V Y A1 Y ' f - , -, , . 4 , , . A , - ! Y. l TELEPHONE COMMITTEE "I A Srulril: Joyce Davis, Keena MeCall, Sally Ludlum. Bun- ny Gornto, Betty Brown. Slumlirig: Ann Rcdmaync, Pat Nlerrit, Emily Sessoms, Bonita Anderson, Marty Land, Annell Mohr, Mary Ann Swart, Nina Marable. Louise Floyd, Gwen Hawley, Nancy Bradshaw, Cynthia Tilden, Nancy Conelly, Alida Swart, Cynthia Stok- ley, ,Ioan Carter. For several years an annual project of the Student Congress has been to compile QI student-faculty telephone directory. This year's directory contains the name, address, class, homeroom, and telephone number of every student and teacher of New Han- over High School. The directory was perfected through the untiring efforts of the Chairman, Sally Ludlum, and her committee. and cissicluous committees The Student Congress annually publishes the Orange and Bluff: Haudboolz. This little book is often seen in the hands of new students who are in doubt about some matter concerning our school. Containing rules and regulations of our school and the constitution adopted by our Student Body, it is a basic guide to all students and teachers. This yearls committee chairman was Marty Land. HANDBOOK COMMITTEE L l 5 Q 1 f l'iv'.iI Run: Ann Redmavn Xlary Ann SXXHIFI. Sftirzilzrzg: Marty l..uid. Swroriil' Kun: Nan ey Vaughn. Harlene V .1 nce Lynn Ligon, Joan Carter. Andy Harriss, Paul Clemmons Vlarie Fales, Sally Ludlum, Tlwirnl Rout Allen Huggins, .ivy DlSff1bUIlUg ll hr bulbs Scllmg footbill progrlms Puttmg frult on the usmtmg telms bus forward student congress CICfIVI1'IeS Selling school store merchandise. Planning the Laura B. Harriss Nlcmorial Clardcns 31 HW NATIONAL Rn wus-:M " 'WH uf., I HONOR Q-' SOCIETY Wlllle proudly meets students A natlonal organlzatxon well known for ltS hrgh xdeals of developxng character IS the Natlonal Honor Socxety Belng mducted mto thxs soclety 15 the highest honor that New Hanover Hngh School can offer any student Students selected for th1s soclety must be ln the upper mne per cent of thexr class 1n scholarshlp must possess a very good ratmg on character The Natxonal Honor Soclety Commlt tee must approve each elxgxble student The number of members tapped each year IS llmlted, It does not exceed three per cent of the class as jumors nor an add1t1ona1 sxx per cent when thns class becomes semors Left lo Right Jeanette Taylor, Speedy Macns, jxm Wnlson, Lourse Floyd, Allen Huggms, R V Fulk, Gwen Hawley, Judy Gulledge, Sally Ludlum, Exe Rosson, Charles Graham, Bess Powell, Rexd Rnvenbark, Nma Marable 'tl by ,, y , F X4 y t Q ' l T ., me 1 l,,v A .. rt. ,,,, I at t fr ' 5 I O sz Gwcn Hmwlcy R. V. Fulk lUUiQC Iilflyd Buss Puwcll N.1ncy Br.1dsl1.1w ,loan Cartcr Gary Clinc Donald Cnrdcru Tec Duxcy Phil Gunn' C lmrlcs Gr.1l1.1m .Imly Gullcdgc :Xndy Ihrrixs Vera Huusum Allcn Huggins Margaret Hurst SJlly Ludlum Ihrbnrn Nic.-Xbcc Spiro Nhcris Nina Marablc Sam Pace Busy Pnrrcmm julia Purrur Sylxia R.1pcr l's.1rl1.1r.1 R. Rixcnlmrk Hob Ruscnstcul lfvc Ruswn Ifmily Scssmns Alida Swan XI.1ry Ann Swan selectec Jeanette 'I4.xyIur Cy'ml1i.1 Tildun Nancy X'.1U4l1I1.1l1 Slmich Vfahl ,hmcs Wllwn lik-uc XX'.mdlmry' .hue Xvright Hrs. Borncman Xiiss Sanders Mrs. Turner GOVERNMENT CLUB "In Union there is strengthv is the motto chosen for the Government Club of 1957. Under the leadership of Miss Eleanor Tapp, this club works to create better citizens and competent leaders through an understanding and knowledge of democracy. Members participate in the "I Speak for Democracy" contest sponsored by the local Junior Chamber of Commerce, and the local Student Government Day On this day government students, who haye been elected for their jobs by their classmates, take over city and county offices and run the local govern ment for a day Panel discussions on matters of current interest, talks on travel in the United States and abroad, speeches by persons connected with both our local and national governments - all of these help to provide interesting and educational programs for the members of the club. In addition, the club members, together with other students of govern- ment, participate in an annual trip to Washington, D C , at Easter to see our national government in action and become acquainted with the capital of our country One of the larger clubs in school this organization is also one of the most actiye hrs! Rou R Hatch H enkins C Tchouros R Youngblood J Wilson Second Rou L Warren May Murray J Taylor C Leeuvsenburg S Kopp F Creech T Suggs S Fountain Far rovs J Boudreaux J Harker B I. Hardin Bond V Lashley C Brown S McGinnis N Marable R Swisher P Aldridge Third Rou M Costin I' Simpson M A Smart N Kelly Taylor M Mote P Merritt M Howard P Lane Dans M Foy J Harley L Hubbard M D Harris Moon. I Harrell C Danford F Dexter F Merritt Miss Fleanor Tapp adusor N R Povxtll I'ourll1Rou P Robbins B Dans M Batson N Herring B Lmdner B W'olfe G Strickland I- Vwoodcock I Joyner IN Cross C Jordan A Redmayne C Tilden M Land D Thornton Illb Rau G Tillitt G McClelland L Voss L Tienken M M Ginn M Foyles B Paterson S Barnliill D lses L Honsttm P Pridgen B Shaw B Preyatte L Floyd Q Moore M Mclhirlitn with keen Interest he observes young patriots, . . - Y f v - . t , . . - . . , . , . , . , . . 1- v J v y ' J - . . , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ', . , , , . . , , . j, . ' , . , . , . . . . ' V. ' ' ' Y , , I , ' V . . , .. , . . , . , A . , . , . , . , . , , . , . , . , . . , ', L. , . , .. ' , , 1 V. vw , , . . . . . , . , . , . , , , . , . , . , .. L , v , ' . , . , . , . , . . , . . f . . , . , . , . , . . , . 1' , . ' , . , . '. K . ' I- I Y V F i uv I . , . , . , . , . , . . , . . Slumfulg: Miss limma Lossen, Betty Bland, Kay Sholar lsccrctaryl, Linda Dortch fprcsidcnrb. jackie Berman, Marie Porter, Mary Ann Swart. Sealed af iff! lable: Mary Szczerbiak, Nancy Conelly, Cynthia Tilden, Kay Brackcnbury, Sandra Cross, Barbara Beatty. Smtml ul rigfzf mlfli-: Lois Hubbard, Terry Foun tain, Leah Rose XVilliams, Linda Shulkcn, Barbara Lindner, .Ioanne Gore. ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB "As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life." among the club's activities. These students, in- To provide an organization for students interested structed by Miss Emma Lossen, deserve credit for in art is the purpose of the Arts and Crafts Club. many of the attractive bulletin boards seen in the Basket-weaving, painting, and clay modeling are halls of our school throughout the year. gifted artists, and helpful machine operators AUDIO -VISUAL AIDS CLUB Boys in the Audio-Visual Aids Club learn the Members, instructed by Mr. Dan Todd, faculty operation and care of 16mm film projectors, the advisor, assist the school in the operation of its arclight projector, tape recorders, record players, audio-visual equipment, furnishing entertainment public address systems, spotlights and floodlights. for rainy days as well as classroom instruction. Firxl Run: jimmy Mclntire, Greg Godwin, Gene Farrow tpresidentj, Alan Morris, Phil Bordeaux. Srrwzif Rout Tommy Cromartie, Theodore Brock, jimmy Taylor, George Nlcfflclland. 35 Slamling: lfmily Sessoms, Marjorie Poyles, Nlrs. Bouknight. B. H. Marshall. R. V. Fulk Charles Graham, Alan Huggins, Gwen llawley Svulrrf: Ann llummer, Sally Ludlum. Rose mary Swisher, Nancy Bradslmw, Sandra W'right, Eve Rosson, Louise Floyd, Ann Hew- LII BOOK CLUB 3 The Book Club rs an orgamzatron for t 1ose 1nter ested 1n readmg The mam purpose of the club IS to promote a wlder Interest ln reading of books md the study of d1fferent authors and therr varxed styles students reveal to reacllng, Th1s group was orgamzed for the purpose of promotmg an mterest rn publnc speakmg nn our school It rs open to all persons who have a genume mterest rn thus Held One of the newer orgsmnza tnons m our school, It has not yet engaged 1n speak mg contests vuth other schools but such actrvrty rs the ultrmate goal of the club The meetnngs l , :Wg ' PQ-:dv of vxrrtmg The membershlp of the Book Club 15 lrmrted to twenty persons, chosen by the faculty advrsor Mrs une Boukmght and the oH1cers of the club hlm their Interest In clebatlng, are dewoted to undertakmgs that wnll help each member to develop hrs abrlrty to speak ID publnc both vxrth prepared speeches and extemporaneous talks The group IS under the drrectron of 'Vlrs Ethel Booth wrth the ass1stance of 'VIr Douglas Swrnk DEBATING CLUB I'1rf Rau Sara Kopp Angela ohnson 'Nanu Xaughan Sandra Vrrghr Bssrt Zeit ns 54101111 Ron ltnntttt Taslor hu Bratktn bury nekrt Pastrs Nancy lx llx lmdm Ixtllx Nlarle lalts june. Nloort Bxron Xluort lun mth Crowell oe Rhodes Conn Tthouros 'xlrs Booth adusorj Thmf Rou Iaek Nlathls Irm Vsrlson Andx Harrlss Tommy Bulll R!k.l11l'1l Youngblood 36 l' . ' . g ta . . . ! . 7 . . . . I V. . . . 2 K . , l J . - ' . l . V . a O 0 O Q I I . . V . . . . , ' - - ,' , , 1 ' 5 - . V . . Y' f . I l A l , "r, 1 I ' , L" A' .'. ' , . he " ' x C ', .- -- 611' . A '. :, . v . A ., 'V A .Q . . ", ' 4, A' 1 ' j BIBLE CLUB "I can do all things through Christ who strengtheneth me" is the motto of the Bible Club, which is known for its high ideals of developing character. Under the guidance of Miss Katherine Wicker, it strives to ad- vance Christian leadership and living and forward Christian fellowship among stu- dents. Sending gifts to Oxford Orphan- age, visiting shut-ins, and sponsoring early morning devotionals before school for stu- dents are some of the service projects which express the aim of this club. Each year a banquet is given in honor of the Bible Club members. At Thanksgiving these students serve their community by providing needy families with baskets of food and at Christmas they give toys as well as food. and worshipping lrrvl Rau Penny Trussel oyce Cathey Helen White B tty Brown Towana Yow Pat Sanderlm Norma Hickman Pat Raines Sunml Rau Emily Cote Vlitsn Bartlett Carol Moore Rebecca Crowell Peggy Newkirk Barbara Sasser Kay Sliolar 'Nlanty Conelly Linda Dortch Flncda Russ Mary' Pierce Betty enl-uns Miss Katherine Wicker CAdusorj Tblnl Rau Nlargarnt Nadal Carolyn Register Louisa Oterscn Pat Robbins joe Rhodes Louise Floyd Carolina. Walton an atkson Svyaughn White Sally Ludlum Frankie Rcayes fourth Rau udy Hill eanttte Prevatte Bobbi Shaw Birbara Preyatte Flame Blake Xnian Allard Charles Allard Carl James Nlargic Cartin Douglas Hunt Gwen Hawley Niartha Sta nlty Linda Burnett 37 O :- ., . V ' . , ' ' ' - - ,J , , - , , , . : 4 , A'. . , .V . .V . ' .' ' A " , . - , , J . 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Downing Sgamp Blagkburn olln BClllLW llonald Guns Bobby Brxtt Aaron hllmmpson Gerald I'x1ns buzzes of the lnclustrlcallsts startle wlllle, D O CLUB Thl lJlNLl'Sll1Ld OLLLIPIIIOIIS Club 1S ors,1n1Lcd Instruatnd bs 'Nlr G Q Broun D O students xxlth the purpose of promotlm, cducauonll md so xx ork p1rt mme m local lI1LlUSU'lCS 1 .IIHIFIQ N llulblc C111 'ICIIYIUCS for students mtercstcd m mclustrx uxpnrlcnu md tmmmr Z, 'L' if l H' 4.53:-ff Xrtliur Blmkburn bun If uorlx at NX lllllm lllrwn bum uorlum., on Donlld buns lglflllllg tlmrouglm Lx lUllll1 Xltulxllls rhr mulnmrx lt Hmmm Hosnrx pgrlung N lrul X Du Xllllx 38 - Q f , A eww 4,5 . , I 5 f 5 . 5 - W , y ' ar, I 'Y J' rv A K K I 5 f. T 1' r ' b' A' l Q . . N. . .4 ' M ' . . Aa- 'N . 1 ., M Q"- f V' "x WW I A 1 ,- ' ,ga , I . I U I ' I' 'N' " Q' i ' jg I' . 'X fr . W. i. ', . ' , ' K' 1 1 - ' . - ' J , 5' L 'Q 4 , 9 ff L7 X - .r SCRIBBLIQR S CLUB Fire! Rou D Huflmm B Lmdntr C Walton N Clardy B Blake B Brxckhouse I. Dortch C jtnkms F Rntnbark P Baden C Dtxttr J NItAbv.t Srcoml Rau P Parlow NI Clardy J Kornegaw G Gluse Alorda G Strickland S Vbhxtt A 'vftadovns H Colc I Godwm D Nobles Third Rou G Vvhxtson P Newknrk Newland M A Sellars 'VI DIXOH D Lstcs S Barnhnll N Armstrong Par ktr I. Stnnland J Parktr F Woodcotlc Pr1urlbRou Nlnss Ann Colty Sponsorj acluon NI Hxtkman L Burnett S Mtrrxtt Pu tu B Sh B Pre wnttc I Autry Lounsburv B Sullnan A Hanes H Whxgg and creative skull of the writers lnsplres hlm f'IYtfRl1u I Hall S hupp S Orrtll S Wahl G Trmnstcr A Sallxng A I. Clupmmn S Zlmmtrman I furntr atom! Rou A Htwlttt B Dans P Nltrrntt I Gort Farrow Horton X R mts P Lane B KL x Tunf Rou Tltnktn Taylor N Ktllx B Part son N1 Nlott C Ittuvurxburgt, I ylo I5 I Hardn I-Iarrtll P Prxdttn NI Adams ourlb Rau I Ntwlurk D unntll Slkus Drums S Tunlpson N Crosi NI Ihtiun Yltt Prtsxdtnt Ii Smltm lPrts1dtntJ j Rhodts H Radclnf 39 7 A, 'I . .. I ', . H ,.v. , , , . . , . , . ' -,. A" , . , . 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V Q 1 i : 1, ' ' . j , Q J J A , A If I , Y - y A .1 . of moclern ancl ancient language customs, IN Armstrong C Baggutt J Bradshaw S Benson D Carmen B Chlemlcgo F Coleman Nl Cooper B Ilmorc P F r rom P Furlong N1 Grant H Harrgll C jackson Nfl Lcvs ns N1 Margohs J VIed1t7 J Nlxller S Nierrxtt R Nlcfgcc R Pol :cr B Robertson I Sharpton W Smnth N Stm all R Troth B V alkcr K Vs nlhams P XX oody B Barefoot S Bcrga mmm P Butlo.r N Conelly Cook R Crovs ell K Dax IS B held B o a 1 D Hufham N1 Knox A Nlarks C 'xlcbam F Prexatt VI Rcaws I' Stroud C Tawlor LATIN CLUB cull s B For A Fountam B Hxrtlog., Hnms C Herring, B Horny B Kramer B Lm mr Marshall Nl VlcKuthan P INLWRITIC I blns B nn 1 rs Sulln L Svxann N1 Fsoranos A S B Hobbs P Whale T Yow C Barnhnll B Barson N Herring., C Glusc R Burncs R Harrxs C Codvun tcvxart N1 'Vlauncy C Rnsmg, L Ffird I. Burnett G Ewans R LCW15 41 0 I '- . . ' , - ', - , - , Q ' A , - , A - , - i . . 2 - ' ', . ,j. , . I , . . f' , , Fl yd, L. H 11, J. Hn, . , . . P. Trusscll, C. W'alton, F. Wmaodcmmck, M. Adams, M. Arkinazn, P. Badon, A. Bergen, li. Burlcr, P. Cnmack, B. Curtiss, L. Crm' , S. Cross, C. lilli , . cl, . ' ' , . '. ', j. ' ' , '. - ' ', . -, . , . ' d f , M. , I . I " , . " ' ' , QI. 'cc H, . S ft , Smith, L. Stil' , B. "an, . ' , . . ' ' ', W . 17 I I 1 1 -'xnn XX llson 5.1 lL xsttr Ill., Brtn .1 SX s Jr 5 fl LS l fuxlctlll X 1: ll! 1 If mtv. C lm x Xlzrx Sltltrnm 1Sttrt x Sll or C ul Cn s H1111 nu Nanu IXH15, .xmxn tn ms Sxw.1us,1n XX mt Bern Jn Butltr Btg x C lltlds linda Burnttt ut t s urn xn lxnox 5 t x 1C.1r url on C .lrolt Nt xl Xlarx C,r.1l.1k Vlarx Nlargartt C mn Slnrlu Bnrnhlll Xl.1r5,.1rtt Stn Rosalie Hovstll X CFI Houston Xlarx Ann Itrntr Dorothy Hutham Nlrs ost phnnt Vu rnght fkdusorb FUTURE I-IOMEMAKERS Supervnsed by Mrs Josephme Wr1ght, members of vuth the soclal functxons of our school and promot the Future Homemakers of Amenca are promotmg mg the annual Mother Daughter Banquet are some a growmg apprecxatnon for homemakmg A5S1SIlHg of the projects sponsored by th1s club and he watches others prepare for homemclklng, FUTURE FARMERS The Future Farmers of Amerlca Club IS a na ehosen agrnculturc for thexr vocatlon Tht Advisor tlonal organnzatlon for those students who hawe for thus club ns 'Vlr Albert Brldge Hr I Kon Bohbx Sulton Iohn Drwhan Llox d Xloort Glenn Nlurru C1rl Andtrsnn Slrmlll Run lilllx NX llklllS llxrrx Bind Xlr Albtrl lirldgt 'F fXLlx1snrJ Immun SIl'IClxlll'lLl X1 1urn.C I h om p so n , R llltltlll Thompson I-A I 42 lw 4111. ,fd" li. -lA: ', - d .1-ke . IS - 1.1. hlon- P "l' J, l7l1.'llls XY-rd, If d. Il. dy, J t.1r1'l, Linn f.1 ll tl, Q.. '.u u. S" J R : .' H j, CQ ll' ml- kl , I' ' gl El' ', - " jc ' , TSl " , .' ' , S ' XY'-ll , Nl. 'll' V 5. If-kj Nunnally, glackic lhrnes, Klar- th. il dy. 'I'f"r R : T ' A". , 01.1K f-. . 'V . h 'A ' .A ' .- . A 5 . n Q M X Q 1 11 lrls C org X 1 Lan Nlars Ann Bltson busm litre.: mlm Dorotln HUfl1lD1 Sunni Run Arlrltnnt z ot n ct 1 Ixnn Tu o 1r 1 vs li 1 1t ur R011 Rtbttt 1 C rout nn1 Trusstll l l1 Stl ts r blra Lmdntr Ann litrttn lrunfb Run Xlartba Stanltx t ty brnts Nlarx Xlmrs a oannt Tlenktn Iuu H111 Bts slt ZL7LElllS Icflll Rust XX1 lnms Barbara XX tstort X11r rtt N 1d1l rt 11 X Hlllllg rantts Crte Bttut lou111tr SLIIJHIIL Horton l n. tn TM lor lmda Tltn tn Betty Iou Hardm Lorntln Lceuvttnburg, Dons Thornton DtAnn Istts Nlars Nlarparet Gmn 'Norma Brczweale Kat Bracktnbury IN ancx Stowall tan Lounsbury Rosal1e Howtll ldxtla Butler Nl1r1l1n Ixnox 0 FUTURE TEACHERS The Future Teachers of Amer1ca Club counseled fessxon Its purpose ns to reveal the adx antage and by Mrs Ruth Warren, ns an organ1zat1on made up opportunmes offered by tbxs professnon and to sbovn of students who are mterested 1n the teacbmg pro the need for more and better teachers farming, teaching, or selling D CI UB The Dlstrlbutlve Educatlon Club sponsors 1nter est 1n d1str1but1ve lndustry Membersbnp nn thus club IS l1m1ted to those students who are takmg courses of thxs nature and workmg on the part tnme program Among tlus clubs many actxvltres are an annual banquet for 1ts members and tbenr cm ployers and partxcnpatnon nn Dnstrlct, State, 1nd National Meetmgs mf nu Bttu 'wht num Xhldrccl Lnrd Xlfglflli Llxrlt LJLSIFU. Blslaup Annu Russ S111 a XX tlls Nancx lhrbtr ts, gy Parktr 'Nornu Lnttbtr Hom Rau ulxt Burnttt Dale Watts Dunne Tl11DI11JN lrns Prldptn Dennis xlllldl Cum Xnnt Sklpptr R1mcm1 lou ljllllllk. Nllllls Ptgglt Cbtstnut Xlr Alton XYrn.,l1r lXtl11sorJ Tlmtl R014 Dan Robmsnn lnnmmd Ins Xhnlx Xi-:nrt lxtn lxxrbx Rax Hmts Inmmx Sbtplnrd Kln1b.1lRm1l Dunl llrorrl-tsl11rt Alton Xllllls Sw! '1 : ' 3 '. .l.rty ' tl, 1 ": V - Xb- , b t . sl y" M.y, gl r. W, K Vi I-f sq n ' Pat I-. lr '. cttj lil. fk. 4 n ' l m..,.,, , Tlhl : ' i "ll, . ' ' .' Pc I' " , .o . ' 'l' , lla - ' W 'L 1J,,,, f 1- .. h il: 'T T J , ', ,v 4 R v .. - V. . . , bla l. 1 llcnc I fi I Sh 1' ,': lf " Q 'c'l1, ,i,l, ',', kk p-jig. . I I 0 . E. - R -: -5 . es S" f I Al l' ' , 43 thesplan Dxrected by Mr Douglas Swmk, the Thesplan orgamzatlon lS one of the largest and most active clubs ln our school It purpose ns to promote an appreclatnon and a love for the art of the drama and to de velop sklll m all phases of dramatlc work Membershlp nn the organxzatlon IS open to all mterested students who are able to prove thenr abrllty by g1v1ng a successful dramatlc readmg before the assembled group Through enthuslastnc partxcnpatxon and keen observatnon, the members learn the fundamentals of dramatlc productlon as well as those of actlng The act1ve member may ind hlmself wlth h1s hands 1n greasepamt applymg stage makeup for one productlon, whereas on the next one he may be wxeldlng ham mer and saw as he constructs a stage set Or he may be determmmg what effect a certam lxght at a gxven polnt wxll add to the general mood, or he may be chasxng down the most elusnve stage prop xmag mable The mterested partlclpant soon learns that actmg IS only a very small part of dramatxc work Each year the Thesplan organnzatlon presents several major productlons The first of th1s season was Edna Ferber s and George Kauffman s Stage Door, the spring productnon was Aladdm and I-Ins Won derful Lamp, a one act play whlch was entered nn compet1t1on at the State Drama Festlval nn Chapel H111 1n Aprnl wlllle enloys watching Sealed' Pat Cherry Marty Land eanette Taylor Louise Floyd Judy Floyd Stroud Rou Delores Kung Emlly Sessoms Cynthia Stoklty Sara Crang Nancy Kung ulue Seaton Angela ohnson Sandra Wright Sara Kopp Lmda Corn Helen Kelly Tlrmf Rau Frances Creech Martha Burton Margie Foylts Vnrgmna Raines Mary Marshall Anne Redmayne Tooky Bethune Harlene Vance Betty jenklns Joanne Gore Lmda Shulken Ffllllfb Rou Lmda Benton Lmda Txenken Nancy Conelly Betty Black ackle Pastxs Mane Fales Lmda Kelly lrls Gore Iudy Gulledge joan Carter I1 lb Rau Mr Syunk Bob Pretlow Gnlbert Txllett Lmda Dortch Mary Margaret Gunn Lynn Taylor DtAnn lstts Nanty Kelly Charles Long O . - . . S - - - - zz n - . - . . . . . . . . . . y . , . . , . . . U . . . - ' - , as ' . . I I O I : ,, , , J ' , v , . 1 'I , , , . J . J . r , , - - V: I 1 T V 1 H T 1 3 ! 1 Q O ' ' 'I , ' , , ' , J , , , , , , . , - , . , l L ' W Za-vfvswiwv-nut a.w'M -mil V' 'diysfw lf3we'i'r-,rw-'wr ' 1 A Mary Marshall Katie Robinson Rosalie Howard Barbara Blake Helen I Ong, Kay Williams Emily Sehmdler Katie Robinson Joyce johnson Mary Neal Mary Marshall preparations necessary for J K David Clark, Gale Hammond. joy Lewis, Connie Lennon. 45 Janice McAbee, Harriet Boone, Sid Salling. Much love laughter and hum IH unter est are mtermlnglecl 1s P1t Devme and Olga Grandt carefully eye the progress of Cupmd wnth Sam Hastmgs and Bobble Melrose L4 l lo rlgbl Charles Long Iulut Seaton Vlarharct Dans Conmt Lennon the thesplcm presentation I I -A' ,V a L a 1 ' ' if , , -. , 'X , 0 e O The ver dramatxc Bernice Nieme er tries to Y v Y lmpress Davxd Kxngsley the movle-producer, as Blg Mary and Llttlt Mary watch in amusement. I I to Right Sandra Vnght, Isabel Autry, Helen W 5 Q 5. , 4' A 'Ii 'An SCILNCE CLUB I H In Heb! Betsx XlLl9'ilLVNl1llL I-axe N'Xoudeoek Nxta Btwn The Scxenee Club IS eomposed of students xx hose Interests he ln the held ot sclence l rom the eduel tlonal held trlps lnstruetlonll hlms 1nd Informa tlxe speakers the members learn the hnstory 15 xx ell 'iff Brenda Bryan Barnex Barnhmll Ronnle lupslus Shella NX uhl Although th1s club xs new thls year lt has been reeognnzeo for lts xalue bx Lne fl ultx ls well as bx the students of New Hanox er Hugh Sehool Co sponsors for thus group xre Vlrs Lllse lane and 'vlr prospechve sclenhsts ond llbrorlons LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Under the guldanee of Nllss Vhrtha Cromartle and Mxss Fanme O Keef thls group of students IS earefully selected for the many jobs 1n the school hbrary In addltlon to the routlne tasks of check mg books IH and out and replacmg them on the shelves, these l1brarS asslstants hase many speclal dutles Eaeh year thex help ln the planmng., md executxon of the Llbrary Tea and throughout the year they are constantly preparmg bulletxn boards and dlsplaxs of new books magazxnes, and pamph lets, that greatly enhance the attractu eness of thc lnbrarx Sealed Barbara Clark lmxlx Dexter Bonme Butler Xlarearct 'Nadal Bette Lou Daughtrx Sally Ludlum Carolyn Reexster Standmq Betsx evxett Charlotte Booth Bonlta Anderson Dorls P1ckett Sysaughn White ulna Buchanan Kam Stoklew Hoxse Niarshall Chester Hobbs Lou1saOtersen Sue Northrop Lxbbw Plerce lrselsnn Kenneds Pat Fullvnood Fax Herrxng xlJl'llWFl Booth ulla Farrow nw is M, V: : Z J A Q r -. 'af V L- 's - ' 1 , , R- V K K 'K '- s V ' l V ' V , ' " A : , M, - 1' ' lf , , 1, C . H1- . A . . . - . , ' . ' , s V , A - . , , , , . v as the biological aspects of plants and animals. XValter Biggs of the biology department. U I . . . ' ' ' ' . 't . 1 ' 4 ' .. ' ' ' . ' ' ' ' 4 1 4 . , , . K C L V '.f'.'J'1 Y ' V ' 4', " "'-J' y ,G I ' A s ' 1 ' u ' A Y 1 ,' A v 4 ' ,' ,U ' v ,' v I - ' VY 1 YY Y Y CY A 'Y N Q nl ., ,Ll . .,,t,,,, C s ,, " A Q vi . W A . l 1 V . .ff 3 vt , - . 1' s- d , w - ,- ., I 1 . ., ., K . rr" flu! Rau Fax Darden Vullxt Aunt Taunr trrx larktr Bury Rat Nlary Cort Ctcll Todd Cnxtn Wxlson Slruml Run ant Shepard Ann Rook Sue C nn Rnd Rntnbxrk Pat XltPln.rson Inc Slupard Ixxttx Ioud Nlrs Ihontrud Url' Run :renee X xsmuro at mx X C xmlux Nlmlmr C tm Clark Sxlua Raptr Nanu Hobbs Barbara NILADLL llll.1 Porter cmcl lnclustrlous office workers CO OPERATIVE OFFICE TRAINING PRACTICE Co operatlve Office Trzumng Practlce classes provlde a pract1caIvela1cIe by Whlch the school and the employer can share a joint responslblllty for the tralmng of competent oflace employees They glVC the students a p1eI1m1nary vnew of the funcuons of a busmess office, add meanmg Slalrlu Alltn 'Nltrntt Holland V5 tldlng, Supplies Inc Tlnlma Ard Scrum. Num Suv. Cam New Ilanour Counu Board ot Iducatnon I'ug.,tne Clark Itnox C1 Cooper Insurance Xian Core Gram, Brotlxtrs Fas Darden Carlttr Sclaool 'Nanex Hobbs Sunset Park Iltmtntars S lxol Nano Ho umor C almbtr 4 Commtr L NI Il IS Iirn ctr 6. XX ard Xssotnnu Ixulalttn Ioud Ilarrlu Iumsdtn Barbara NILAbLL Sunslnm I zundrs Patrxua N1cI'laLrson NHHS to classwork, develop acceptable busmess behav1or and profxclency na sklll subjects, promote a wholesome attltude toward work, facllltate graduate placement, pro mote better publxc relatlons, and enable students to earn whlle tlaev learn C Xl1ll1l.l Xlolar Xhola Nhlk and Ict Cxrtam Cao CLFIICIIFIL Parker x s Rom Iinkt x na. ulll Ior tr Credit Iiurtau oi New IIIITCHLY Counts Sxlua Raptr NHHS Betty Rat New Hanour Counu Board nt Idueatxon Othct Blfbllfd Rlwflbdrlx Nl.1tXl1ll1n and Cxamtron AIUHL Rvwks xllmtrn Bax 8, Iumb r Co IHL SITLPIVLI I hrd s Dtpurnmnr Sw L t ldlnltns 'Q ,m XX llllk PUNK THIN! Audra X xx I 1 ua. lllllll Iltplrtmt ant Slmtpard Thompson XHHS CoynmLrU1l Ofhu Csslls Tffdd Tastx Iastrx Bakery Ilorcnu. V aslaburn Brlhqdk Bm 5 Club Tl", :rfls--txill ,Tl'l.1rd,i4' 1.1 ,Q--i -' I , . .1. fl--, .I ' '- . . C . 1 L t . . . ' - "' i' . ' ' . ' Ifox' ,pl . -rj. I '. Instructional Supply Department . , - -I I "' H" " ' ' I ' kT -' Sill ' nj ' . Q ,, .v. .I ' 1 ' ' U' .IC ll It -. L' . 1 5' ' ,, , r, 'V' It fl ' il - ' 'f I ' 9' llfcn F . I' Clms. I'inkulxLci'1 t' S I U ' ' " ' 1 1- " ual il '. ' - . 'nt A f -- , W, I W Y Q ' t ,L I' - 7 ,H Y 1 , so . . , . ',' A , F Yiiiii V Y Y Y A' k I , -, 'V k ini 'YA X 'H -I8 PYICIILIIIQ to become future hOlTlCl'I1llxCt'S 39221 ,4 :lbw XJR., U Aequirmg, 1 knowledge ot life lround us Learning the new est methods of firming pn Experiencing., the responsibility of work. Helping those in need. reveal to willie their activities 4 ff .ff -f an 1, Q - 3, , 53 ..:,, A , 1 4 'F Wg if yr 6 A ? 5 f' , M wwf- k E 1. 2 4, ,-:,4, 5 Q Q 5 Q in rf a 1 as -Q 5 'f 5 zw'r'g,llUu,u .ai bf' gt Y 'fp.Q'kxQli4IQQg g " 4' -4' 1.2 af ' -1- f -.w .. ,- VV ,t - Q FV, V qqyy , ,' V ,I 1, ImA,1,,,, b I ,J l X ' ,, . , , , Q L Y V Y. AV., .N , , , ' 'mf 'f.'?2A'i , 'Lp' 1 .7 - -, ,.- , , , N , gh- - ,g , 1 f, , ildcat 'Nh Because of then' expenence m publlcatlons, udx md Pat haxe been Xery helpful nn plannmg the layouts for the Wllcfzuf Judy Gulledge Erlzfor IH Chu' Pat Robbmns, Bzmrzms Manager Coyerlng all the many news and sports storles Wluch oceur during the year and Wflflllg mterestmg copy for the paper are the Jobs of Bess and her Co xx orkers Sruful Bus Povull flldllllfl 51111111112 XISUYIFIL Scott Sandra Vflghf annn Register Iuub Brmson Blrblra Slnv. Xanu Bradshaw Sandy C usufson Nmu X lugelmn he IS enlightened by our 0 md lux stltl plm mu luours for our sehool paper under rhe ULU mee of Nlrs l1llZ'l Sxmmes rglrel 5 s n 1 lioug rm X lhlu Us d l x ds X lrr 11 X un Sue 1 XX ml Bern NX undburx Bell! Inu Nhlemlun 92 s 'I ' 'l",',s.'1 '. . :L . ' M ii! l ' ., . f , , , 5 d, ' MA ' l.lL u . ,ll l '.L1. . ' ,' DJ " , Blau fdvxr ., A l. l. l '. fl 'Hl. sta Under the superxision of Mr George Crow- les the Busnness Staff sells adxertnsements to the xarnous busmess farms whIch 11d Hnancnlly the publIcatIon of our paper luey Ha Naney Iiradslmau l Nelt n SHTIPSUII .UIC Bond Babs Adams A n Xletts Nanes Iierrmg o.In C arrer Betty enluns PII Robblns lliuslness XI In.Ie,erl v The Reporters are seen everywhere gathermg the news, wlule the typxsts work to meet theIr deadlmes Sruluf Sara Cf3lg Lmda SIkes Peggy Far row Iuely Mllltf Iudy HIll Sfamlnzg jukre Seaton Barbara Prcvarre Inda Dorteh Xera Harrell Angela Iohnson Rxelmard Housress Connle Lennon ames Nle mosh ean ILWIS Gale Hammond Beryl lxramer oe lxerr omne Gore juan Carter Interestlng news Items and Thns 3,roup under the superus Ion of M155 PJDHIL OKeef and 'XIIss Nlartha Cromarue IS respon sIble for dmtrlbutlnq the HHlSl1CLl produet on Wllflzfrf du Srulnl Nanes Srmall Xl.IrI.,erI Burke Susan Xlerrnrr Be rx I HI I Sfdlllllilg Pat Sanderlnn Donmc Car men Xlargaret AtlcIrIS1I'I -Xnn Bergen lxnn Taylor Lsndal XX .Irren Tnmnn XX ooren Sal x u um Xian YH li mom B bbw. ean Flowers ff ll! 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' ' Pi x r fl :r . - I M : . , ,F 1' 2' .,, . .. -.. fn X, , XF' ' , kit, 1' lib , K x 4 ' , in ld .r X if i N . fx 12 A ' N 2 l'I3I1 publications L ldxnors of tn llumu til Q n a ,f num md lSSlSIll'lLk to tlu x lI'lUl.lS st 1th IS 1 mu work to mut rlm.. kILlCIIlI1LS rx In r Uurum ss LN ax x lugs ff Thu SLIIDSLFIPIIUI1 SIIII is bum LILIIIII Imm room pgrlod gollutuw momx tm SLl7NLIlPIl0I1S ,III thi. III III o sponsnblg Im I n Il I ru L xX M Spudx uk md BIIIJITI lrc 1Ixx us on the spot Tn XKIXQIU III Stlff xxormtomtI1Lr to drux up xx un 1 spmu LXUII ummm c ld lm yrugnt tum nn ug L Jung Iuoutx Num X 1 IxIlYOl' U xg XXu1ImrI, lm D7 A G ,7 F , . V , o o o x I 1 3 Th' . 'As I ' I- I 'VII lixuI'IlfL1I NI . I" dc I. NIE Ifmnc' XY-llwmulx xIF,.IAlI1ll I. ji I1 frm ' IIcm1cruum CI1. ' cn. 'I'I1ix xL.lII' is .IIs rc ' - l ' I - .lllI'.lCllXL' pmlcrx XXIICII remind SILILICHIS to get mln-ir .lI1l1LI.lIS. Iicz lu 'lm wr IQIIIIHAI IS1 I I'.mu all 'Il . ' " '. th . x. I1"- If '1"-XII' N "I I.y1lN IQ' I I. x11 IIMII 1ImIIlmvFl I.1kIx NIJIIIM, II.1rlH1.l V' .XIIcn IIu:.g 1. 'T L- , Q 5 ff ,3 ,X . I I . I If ., s I N 4' X112 ,x I e ag' rr- 4' ' is .. f- , , U i. gp-1 , P4 IQ - .' "V ', s Dc .- vi 'l " W it 11 - U' , ,Q PC M t W sb,- 0 we L v 1 f V l5Q1l'l7.1l',1 Admns, Peggy Aldridge, Llmrles rXll.1ril, Gayle lhldwin, Bobby lhss, Bill Fmysden, ,lane Bond, -loan lioyles, Nancy Bradsluw. ,lack Brown, 'liommy Bulls, ,loan Carter, l!l,ll"l7.H'.l Crawford, Diane Donnell, Anne lfllington, Marie Files, Bill Field. R. V. Fulk, Ruby Gore. Gnrlield Grainger, Nlnry Ann Gregg. Bill Hart1og,Ciwen H.1wley,Cilenn Herring. NlI1Cf'HCFfiI1g. Allen Huggins, Uoi13.gl.ix Hunt, Hobby Nlerfurds. Hiram jenkins, .'Xngel11 klolmson, Brenda liles. Sam Ximlpass, Kiemld Kl.1re.1Lly. rklim McGinnis. II I life is a song." exclclims willie, leading singers from nhl- "Merry XVidinx." hanove The Hanover Singers is composed of select students from the vocal music department. They are our maior per- forming group of singers .ind present progrims for many of the civic Clubs in XY'ilmington. Tlieir well-planned pro- grams of Christmas .ind Faster music add smsonnl joy to the atmosphere of our school. i , v f sn, sv 5 ' . DC ' at 1' "as 0 O 4 ,, U1 r ,,-.,j ,. on y I Pat McPherson, Robert Mercer, Annell Mohr, Carol M ore, Kermit Norris, Ralph Olsen, Ken O'Quinn, Billy Parrish Curtis Peterson, Nellie Rae Powell, Terry Pridgen, Donald Ra iseur, Faye Rivenbark, Pat Robbins, jukie Seaton, Shirleh Scl lers, Emily Sessoms, Raymond Smith, Lucille Stanley, Cynthia Stokley. Joanne Strahler, lflwood Stroud. Rosemary Swisher Tommy Teague, Linda Tienken, Mary Kay Tompkins, Rosaly 1 Troth, Harlene Vance, Clifton Vann, Linda Voss, Sheila Vfahl Chris W'ells, Gene Vfilletts, Bernard W'ilson, Barbara Vfolfe. as he ioins in the arrangements ingers The "Merry Yyitloun Lhorus. Each year the Hanover Singers pres- ent as their annual project an operettag this year they selected "The Merry XY'idow" by Franz Lehnr. Night after night, day after day, the members of the east and chorus practiced their parts. Evidence of their hard work was revealed when the curtain went up on the opening night. The students of NHHS will long remember the Hne work of Mr. Loyd Hudson and his excellent group. ,, 1'- S7 MIXED CHORUS d1n1s D AHIITIIIIIS C 1111r1 I1 S1111 VIII 1 rx lt 1 rt Il 1 rut NI rn UW I1 UI LI' k I I' 5 krl t du I 1 111 11s 1 I 1r11 I1 R Huf l.1I'lI mr .1 son 11 t L1 1 1111 vu .11 I1l1 TX Ii Iotkam tAbu. P 'XI.1xI11n B Xhxlmd Fl 11r 1rr11 urrax Nea I Ntvslurk tu 1 vstnsbx t tr r P ll X I Iu111111tr I' Pru att Pruatt H Radthfft NI Rum 1e ss an or sm 111s 1e ar S 1 I S11111I1 I S1 uns L Stllts CJ Stnckland XI S1c7er 1:1 tae. IX as 1111 111 tr1.,r1 t .111 1 1 1. s 3151111 tx P VL lute G V1 1. s M1 N lu 1 belng prepared for the operetta, Tryouts are held at the beglnnlng of the school year as a means of choosmg the members of the MlXCd Chorus Th1s group IS a very lmportant part of the Musnc Department, from lt members of the Hanover Slngers are selected The M1XCd Chorus presents the Thanksg1v1ng pro gram and also takes part 1n the Chr1stmas program Members take speakmg parts nn the operetta, as well as supportmg roles 1n the chorus Each fall, students mterested 1n choral Work are 1nv1ted to try out for member sh1p ln the Mlxed Chorus From among the many partlClpantS the Hnal group IS chosen by Mr Loyd Hudson Made up prrmarrly of sophomores and Jumors, thls group IS a most 1mportant part of the Muslc Department From 1t, the mem bers of the Hanover Smgers are usually chosen Every Th3HkSglVlHg the M1xed Chorus presents a program of trad1t1onal muslc at a speclal assembly held the day before the hoI1day They also take part IH the annual Chnstmas program, wh1ch IS presented by the ent1re Vocal Muslc Department A h1ghI1ght of thelr sparklmg rend1t1on of Twas the Nlght Before Chr1stmas Members of the group take speak1ng parts nn the operetta produced each year by the department, as Well as makmg up the all 1mportant chorus for the produc t1on performance was a NI. 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' V' N my - ' rj 'WW am' A M 1 '. D 'A V v 7 , '--f :ig-4--V Q -' in v l I , Rx ' N! 3 2 , M 4, 9' A N ' Y W - f . . vf " "9 ' W " . N' 9 K" mf' , wa . 'w ' .. y Am' J VM Q I , ' ... . .4 f N , , , W -' - if ' 4 'Y 'V ' rf 1: V, - J V 4 'I v4 W1 I ,L .gf -iv 1 if., ' ' I 1 ' .5 I ,, XV 6 ,H , V 9 , 57, D xl M ' 5 Y E! W M' ' '49 J xv? +V v 1 3 s -. Q. , A ,,, X 63 ff Q ' 1 ' 1 9? w F ,. stiff' F, band mas parades. Members of the Dance Band, who play for some of our school dances, are chosen from thc Concert Band by competitive tryouts. The annual spring concert, joint Christmas concert with vocal groups, County Music Festival, and district and state contest are among the many activities of our Concert Band. NVQ point with pride to the superior ratings won by our band. perform for willie. CONCERT BAND Dance Band Tommy Marshburn, Harold McDaniel, Carter Mebane, George Morse, Gene Murray, john Otis, Ronald liner Vstsltv Piner, joe Rhodes, Pat Saunders, Elwood Smith, Otis Strother, Rosemary Swisher, Marvin Tadloek, Lindsay Walker Barbara Xvescott, Edgar Williams, Jeff W'illiams, Lawrence W'illiams, Leah Rose W'illiams, Richard W'olfe, Tommy Wolfe 'Nlajortttes Betty Davis, Emily Joyner, Betsy Kelly, Sara Malpass, Pat M-rritt. det wlllle salutes our r o t c , C lrr Guard The ROTC Instructors are selected from the ranks of the Army to tram htgh school boys who haxe qualltxes and attrnbutes essential to thenr development as members of the Armed Forces Under the leadership of the instruct ors the cadets have mtensne classroom work as we as laboratory work on the drxll He be Color Guard marches wnth the battalion and ls a symbol to each cadet that although xspgxsmall part of a large system the system NRE? run eH1CLently without htm Ihe Color Guard xs expected at all txmes u old the hagh tstimdards of the batrarhon I lin ltlf larlS fie1d,I.,onctW'1a1"r Rbert Clm li t ,Nj proflclent Instructors, INSTRUCTORS Swim' Mayor jones Slamlmg Sgt Blake, Sgt Mntchell, Sgt Weber 67 l . ca . . 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We J r ' ' ...W . 7- ya, . .nv -W - Bess Powell Mary Kay Tompkins Ylrgnnla Raines Ballalmn Spnumr Clllilpdllj A Comfmny B R O T C SPONSORS Each year sux young ladles of the Semor Class are selected by the ROTC Cadets to represent the battahon staff, each lettered company, and the ROTC' Band The Sponsors march at the head of the company wnth the Captam on the drill field as well as ID parades The Battahon Staff IS composed of the Captams of the companies, the Cadet Lleutenant Colonel, the Battalxon Sponsor, and varxous other officers These student oihcers lead the umt mto nts promment place m the school vlvaclous sponsors, and cu dependable staff Alnda Swart Company C Bette XVoodbury Company D Betsy Kelly Band Sponsor 5 Lal lien :gels Haiti mn Sponsor Bess loyycll Nluor Boh Roscnsttcl Nlajor lil h X ogc s Captnm V1lI1.1m Hocutl lst It t ry In s. 1 Cmptam W xy nt oorv. d It Ralph O sen lst Lt llma Rncnbark Nl Str Dsud Phelps NIfS5,t Duane. Orey' MfSgt. Ogden Allsbrook. 63 pau OFFICERS CLUB 416 Gag Robert Ruswlsteel ns A V4 ess ll li n XX Y ugtls lux, nt W 0 ndburx Cent xlllffly V llllam Crttelm anus l-ountam xxllllillil Hotutt Shelton Tut larle Tllomas BIYIILN lilss Clurlrs Dlllun Rxelurd Pldrlek Arthur Snow XX ll! r Larnu Charles Carmr ern Luteh lerrx lotlxamx XX ax nt Xlot rt E ma Rntnbark X neror Sulln an Bob X angels Plnl XX hurt Gtrald Blulard Dnrk Braak Cult Hlmmund Dallas Orrtll Curus P tersm C mrgt Xlorst working cllllgently, officers perfect the r o t c ball, Th1s year the ROTC Battallon has as 1ts leaders senlor boys who have IH the past two years proved to be outstandlng mem bers of the Cadet Corps These Cadet officers meet Weekly and plan varlous actlvltles for the benefit and enjoyment of the compames The Officers Club plans for the annual ROTC B111 and the presentatron of the sponsors Tl'11s club 15 an ald to the mstructors, as Well as to the cadets 64 if if while hcircl-working sergecints increase fellowshi The Non-Commissioned Officers in- battalion and march before the cadets in clude Sergeants First Class, Second Class formation. They secure their rating by and all Master Sergeants. These cadets showing outstanding traits of leadership teach beginners the fundamentals of the and service. NON COMNIISSIONED OFFICERS 'V I q AZ! 3352.4 eta' 605'-uw ,f Daniel Lennon Philip Somerset William Hufliam Charles Tate Nlather Baxsden Daud Church William Pdviards Nlon roc Hsatt oseph Lanier imms Lem Barre Xlitehell as Nobles William Rogers Henrs Smith Wilfred Tickner ames -Kdams joseph Chenuorth Ronald Perger ohn Cemmell George Hoek Nlorris enrette luther Nlartm Frederick Padrick Dasid Ramseur ohn Saunders Cecil lnliompson ames Wenb rg ohnns Biddielt William Adams Clitton Long., ames Sanderlin Llsde White Ogden Allsbrook tll1I1lll'OWI'1lI'lp, Ceorge Buck George Antles Hiekmon Bradshaw .imes Butler Sidnes Cherrs Robert Clemmons Walter Crist Ransom olmson ames Nlelntosli Ronald Nliller lar Seoheld Ionnie Weaier Xlauriee Wester Hosd Chains Chadbourn Parriss Iarnest NleClellan Hovsard Nliller .imes Page Lewis ligord ames Sanderson Glenn Sasser William Skipper Albert Britt George Nlann laes ohnson Duane Otes ames Stout Neill Hines William Oates Carl Cunnersen ohn Haneoek Qharles Henrw William Hodges Arthur aekson Robert enkins oseph Rerr Thomas Lceuvsenburg Donald Strawn ames Taxlor ames Barnhill ames Benton Useph Blake Bobbs Bradtord csse Cox Glen Dres William jackson Robert Nlorgan Dasid Paul Robert Rogers Donald Soles ere Strawn ames Sullivan Lone Watkins Row Allen Ralph Olsen Riehard Best William Hardee ames King Walter Baltezegar Harold Pngland ohn Hatt riek Daud Hurses ames jetfress Donald Nlurras Harrs Nfustard Richard ORouke Cecil Pool ames Sloan Edgar Wood burs Larry Bamc fugene Dunn Hulex Horrell George Langlew Ethner Nlallard Xlortimer Neblett john Scotton Carlton Soots Nlaniford Taslmr Woodus Humphres lihn Wood Ralph lsornegas Tommx Vlarshburn Wesles Pmer Irdgar Wil iamx thn l all Otis Strotier llruee lempe T mmx Wallaee Thomas Burriss -'Xrehie Carmi hae Daud Hill Paul arre Daston Iamer Daiud lewis R :bert Wo! 6: COMPANY "A" Every Monday and Frlday the cadets, Bulldmg After the oflicers check attend clothed ln well pressed umforms and shm ance, each cadet recelves hls rlfle and takes mg shoes, are seen assemblmg at the ROTC h1s posltlon m the company format1on forward march' wlllle responds, CADET FUGUNE B XXOODBURY HONORARY CAPTAINI XIARX lxAY TON1PlxIYS Cmufmrn Com mamlrr Cmrzfuaru Sfmnvor Thin! har Cudctx william Creech :xmas Pountnm XXnlham Hocutt Dmxtl Lennon Phxhp Somerset Shelton Tate lsrle Thomas SIIOHAI Hur Calllx amts Adams Niathtr Bnsdtn Iames Bowen ostph Chtnwxorrh llnxd Church George Cotthctt Bo y Cnbb Wxlllznm Pdvsards Ronald ltrgtr hn Ctmm ll ohn Hart Cytorgt Hotk Vlllllm Huthxm Nlonroe HX .ut Aubru anus Nlorrxs enrttte Nlaurx Ixoomt ostph Iamtr IITTFDY Lem Luther Xlartm Barre Xintthtll rn 'Nobles Fred Pa rick John Pmer Daud Ramstur Wlllmm Rogers ohn Saunders Henrw Smith Charles Tart Lt ll fhompson Vlltrtd TILRHLF Iames XX enberg, Irs! Hur ulrlr Bo x An trson K nr lxrnn Iau Batten o nm B1 xt Xrtaur C1111 x XX lrru. Coonr Harwood Com. Bxshop Cretch Samuel l,.ll'llLl ohn llrnhxn Thomas lzfird bran., lllls Robert llmorv. Cunt lults Vnrllnm Garrxss Kenneth Gramger Alue Hardtt Ltsltv Harrxs atk 2 obs Lawrence Lamer bent Nltadous Henry Nlorban Oscar Nelson Bruce Parrish Iames Ptcplts Gtorg.,e 1o1sson l'1rl Rochelle esse Sandlm amps Sharpton Albtrt Shux Albert Slmon Vu mm Smlth Sherwood Strxtkland lhll Sullnxn ldunn Nl mx or Xlmston Tax lor Louxs NY ard C 1rx NX nllttts Clartntt XX nl hams Oscar Vmttrotk Lharlts x.1!'b0f0LH,l1 66 ll ll ' ' 0 bb' ' , ' 1 ' ,, If .lo 9- 3 ,j , '- - , '. ' ' , ,. - . J .x A ' . V A I. ' -.' . I ', ' il' I, ' , A ' Q , A ' . . Y 1, A' , Q . If' " C t z: bbj d' , ,l. les S. l'll, ' I ' - , J h 1' 'dd'-k, .f I . .d", "k I 4-. , A., r .. ' . J I ' . ' N ' ', 3 , .Q .x x . 2 .u 'L ' , , , ' , , H' . .1 , '.' J: Y , , ' , '. . A , ,Q . , A , V A' , 'vu ., .u ,,,:-K. 'jk ,J 'VJ , ' , ' y mu. . 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' it In ' u in x N - COMPANY B In strlct formatxon, the cadets march and are proud to be a part of such a well out to Thlrteenth and Ann Streets for formed battahon They are proud also of drllls The cadets hold thenr heads hugh thelr sponsor and competent officers as he passes In revlew, CADET CAPTAIIN RICHARD PADRICK HOINORARY CAPTAIN VIRGINIA RAIINILS Company Commander Company Sponsor Third Year Cadets Wrlham Adams Barney Bass Charles Dullon Chfton Long Rnchard Padrxck ames Sanderlm Arthur Snow ames Wessell Clyde Whxte Second Year Cadets Ogden Allsbrook George Antley Hxekman Bradshaw ames Brute ohn Brownmg George Buck ames Butler Floyd Chavxs Sidney Cherry Robert Clemmons Chadbourn Farrlss Walter Grxst Henry Hodges Ransom ohn son oseph Johnston Dudley Lewxs Ernest McClellan James McIntosh Howard Muller Ronald Muller Vlctor Mxlls ames Page Stanley Patelos Lewxs Pxgford Peter Ruilin ames Sanderson Glenn Sasser Farl Scofield Bull Slupper Lonnne Weaver Maumee Wester Albert Bntt Ivrst Year Caelels Fugene Adluns Wnlllam Bass I'red Bell ohn Branncr Iames Bun. Davnd Burrnss Charlie Baggett Donnxe C armen Tony Carter Robert Olunms Harvey Cuvxl C rover Idge Thomas Ixans Levus Farrow Ronald Gldeon Rob ert GUFBGHIOUS johnny Hayes Gene Ikner ames cwell Watus ohnson john Kopp Denny Iewls Kenneth Lewns Robert Lockamy Samuel Long George Mann RmtoulM1tchell Paul Montford Glenn Murray Ken Nealey Charlie Padrnck Robert Parker Vxrgxl Pender ames Pnttman Ioscph Stanley 'vlaurxee Underwood Ieon Walker Iuther Weeks Rober Wnlkxe ames Wnlhams esse Wllllams 'ah' ,Q la 61 COMPANY C vw The drills are easy for the cadets because cadets to be well trained members of the they have tried very hard to be the best armed forces and also teach them matters battalion possible These drills prepare the of discipline that carry mto civilian life honored to be o port of this CADET CAPTAIN PHIL GARNER HONORARY CAPTAIN ALIDA SWART Company Commander Compang Sponsor Third Year Cadets: Walter Carney Charles Garner Lacy Johnson Jerry Leitch Perry Lockamy Wayne Nioore Duane Otey Elma Rivenbark Robert Rosensteel ames Stout Yictor SulIivan Benjamin Vogels Bob Yogels Philip White. Second Year Cadels: james Barnhill ames Benton joseph Blake Bobby Bradford Henry Chason esse Cox Glen Drew Reddell Driggers Carl Gunnersen ohn Hanby john Hancock Charles Henry Neill Hines William Hodges Arthur ack- son Robert Jenkins oseph Kerr Walter Lane Thomas Leeuwenburg Charles Nlallard ames McKee Robert Mercer Robert Morgan William Oates David Paul Forest Piver Nelson Powell Robert Rogers Carl Schutt Donald Soles Donald Strawn Jere Strawn ames Sullivan james Taylor Lovie Watkins W'illiam Jackson. First Year Cadels: Charles Allen ames Barden W'illiam Batson George Bell Ronald Benson Ken Branch Gene Britt, Elliot Burton Norman Clemmons erry Cribb Benjamin Cumber Thomas Estep Ken Farrovs Ben Graham Charles Har- rell William Hartzog Ray Hinson Bill Horne Robert enkins ames Kcifer ames Lee ames Mallard Daniel Nfcier Duncan Murray Wade Parker, William Pittman, Carl Potter, Nathan Porter, esse Pridgen, Charles Sasser James Smith Louis Stokley, Alfred Teachey, jasper Thompson, James Tyner, Charles Upchurch, Carl W'arwick, Robert W'illiams, W'illiam W'ood, Thomas Wooten. 68 mn. COMPANY D Throughout the Week the cadets have more consclentlous and strlve to look even been ln close Compet1t1on for the honor better on the drlll Held On Monday the company On Frlday the cadets are even honor company IS announced efficient and compehhve group CADPT CAPTAIN DAI LAS A ORRILI. I-IOINORARY CAPTAIN BITTI' WOODBURY Compauj Commander Compaug Sfmmor Tbmf Year Cuzfrfx Roy Allen Gerald Bl177ard Dnrk Braak Gayle Hammond Ralph Olsen Dallas Orrell CUFIIS Peterson Stroud Year Curfclx Walter Baltezregar Larry Bame Richard Best Paul Butler Izugene Dunn Harold I-ngland Warren Fngllsh Wxlham Hardee john Hattrxck Barry Hewlett Hula-v Horrell Woodus I-Iumphrev Davnd Hursev ames Jeffreys james King George Lnnglty lzthner Nlallard Leon 'Vlavrolas Dans Mallard llvsood Mxlls Donald Murray Harry Nlustard Vlortlmer Neblett Rlehard ORoulte Cecil Pool Lee R Roberts ohn Seotton ames Sloan Bxlly Smxth Carlton Soots Iames Stnllman 'wlanllord Taylor Edgar Woodbury I :xl har Cullen Thomas Allen Robert Barefoot ohn Bonner Wxlllam Boswell Bully Brxdges Fdwm Broun ames Carr Wxllnam Carr ohn Colueex Wnlllam Cooper Charles Cran, Iohn Dees Dennls Daniels Harold Tllxs Wllll3n1 Fbersole marlts arrar Iran nn l'urr ldgar Carr-nbrant Harrxs llles Robert Harre Homer Harre Sherri Inman au ohnson Aene Kmlm ohn lane Walton Ieeuvstnburg, esse I ren Robert Nlebee erry MeKee Claude O Shxelds ltte O t law Wulllarn Paterson Nlntehell Peterson ames Porter Rod my Rnenbark Kenneth Smith Wnllnm Smith Wnlllam Spen eer Charles Spooner Iretlerxek Southerland Daud Stelljes Tn odore Todd ames Tyler Dawxd Ward Norman Svxam Paul Wnerse lames Wnlkms ohn Wood yur' 69 vp-.... O T C BAND 4 mf l Rllph lxorntgnx Tnmmx NllI'SllbL!1"I1 Georg: Nlorsc Gent Xlurrax Vu ex llmr ldglr mlll.1I'llS Slum wmls lurrlss -Kr hlt K lrmlt me ohn Ha Bruce empe D Nl H1 IU .lrrt fommx l U1 tn XX IX n ut I un Oux Sirutlur Tommx Vvlllnt Tommy Vo L LIUITIX Tlx X UXXL UYHLX I1 UU VIII' YCLQ 1 LDL N 18 L k A K Nl L e Cxrur Xl in Rnmlt llmr llvxood Smut Nlarun Tat oe an es XX1r1e LH' Vmllnms wlllle IS lmpressecl by the muslc of the band, The ROTC Bfmd IS composed of c1dets ln the ROTC who hive mus1c1l tilent Besldes plsmymg 1t formfntlon every Mon diy 1nd Frlcllw they 1lso p1rt1c1p'1te m the Amlel Fest1v1l P1r1de 1nd the Chrxst m1s P1rade The band IS under the leidershxp of Cadet Captam Gene Murray and has as nts sponsor Betsx Kelly Members of the ROTC Bind perform as muslclans two homeroom per1ods efach week md report for clwssroom mstrucuon durmg two smddntnornl homeroom per1ods Because of thelr ste1df1st pr1ct1ce and cooperfxtlon, the cfndets present 1n excel lent performance of lnely mirches and str1ct formatxon CAPE FEAR RIFLES The members of the Cape Fear Rrfles are d1st1n gu1shed by the1r whrte helmets and gloves The cidets strlve to make the C1pe Fernr RIHCS one of the outstandmg teams of our school These cadets march at the ROTC Ball, the sponsor presentatlon, 'md the Az1lea Ball The Cape Fear Rlfles practice dzuly on thelr drnlls, and the dlllgent practlce IS evrdent when they perform performance of the clrlll team, rnu Bus Drill ll I Hcnr Ho as onrnt Hxmtl V6 mm .lr tt .zur rlst Wiliam ldvxar s Qltn lrtv trry tr x rt lf no wurx 1 1 cl n 1 ts m lllurl 11 l Ts . S K I 1. 6 . . Bn . , ' .llllwy - y clg' , Nl ' 1' , ".ll' H d-', XV l - G' , ml " f ' d , Q' 3 ' H George clKllCl1Cll,Al.llNUS Butler, txlbCI'l Brill, George Anrlcy, jlmmy Lum, joseph Kerr, l5.lrre Nlitchcll, 4l.lI11UN Page, klmmcs l.l1- ', l.tlm' Nl.ll:1 l, Iztlg. XXX dl j, Cl .lrlex Taro, -Iamln llmncock, N-'ll lli cs, Riel .ard OAL' , klol . 'cle f ll 1 SIC, Rlehlrd R XX uber H71 C 1 fllll Ixleh 1rd Bn m I lk rlek herald Bllldfd Iohn Browning George Burk Roburt Llemmons Charles C rner XX 11111111 Hogutt Xxllllllil l'ILlfl1llTl Da as Orrell Rodnu Rlunbark Vlllmm Rogers larl Thomas Ben Xoggls Bob Nogrls preclslon of the rifle team, Through thexr tfzrget pr1Ct1Ce the mem bers of the Rlfle Tewm 1re 1 very 'zctlve group m our school Members work to per feet thexr sk1l1 m order to be 1b1e to Hre 1n the nitlonfll Competxtlve f-lI'll'1Q m1tches The msnjor 11m of the Rlfle Te1m ls to teach 1tS members the sife Amd Correct Wav of hsmdlmg firearms :M-fix' -1 , - T.. npp---. me-v , g 'I 1' " ' K ' , K ' Q41 ', I. ' , ,. -1 , O O O K t Af " L K K K u n " L L '- 5 X e me lie' 72 The social highlight for thc Cadets Issuing rifles is an important is the ROTC Ball. and time-consuming task. and various r.o.t.c. activities. ln regal dress the cadets .ind their dates honor their sponsors. XVoc unto the cadet who fails to clean his rifle. 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Q 'L 45 V r- ,Aw 1:2 1 ' 25- X fuk" 'fA!..A'A.' ' ly ' 4: 'Q if?"' Jkt! , if , Xl fiA".L!' f 4' 'A -, A . ,Q ,.,A . ' .f , y XA ' N4 Q ,.-A .:,1 .V 5 7 -V mf ,A 5. Q ' I w ,, . ' 1 .v- 'W' fV.37','f 1 - ', 'VNV-3". 1' ... "il" ' J' X 4. - 'A-,"'521" .'5i1!f'MrQ ' k I' -1 ' 1 7. '.- . Q'Q.:." Y. Knffak :W J. nfm. R T' 1 .- .' "' "7-Vs. 'jf-iz AP' L' ,.: A' ff. 52' ,Y 422 fgkN da., www '66 ,,-fZM67 Our coaches have again this year done a wonderful job of taking boys and moulding them into individual units, then developing them into victorious teams. By his splendid coaching and his artful use of strategy dur- ing games, Coach I.eon Brogden has distin- guished himself once-more as one of the outstanding coaches in North Carolina. This year he has coached our football, basketball, and baseball teams to success. Coach Jap Davis has also had much to do with the suc- cess of our teams this year. With his "drive" and "push", he has instilled within our ath- letes "hustle" and team spirit which are necessary for victory. Coach Davis not only assists Coach Brogden with the varsity foot- ball and basketball teams, but also coaches the golf and tennis teams. Coach Billy Brooks has also assisted with the football team. With his quite manner and friendly smile, he has done much to improve the "B" varsity football squad, preparing them for next year. Coach Buck Hardee, with his pep and spirit, has coached our JV team this year. He has done much to prepare the jV's for varsity action next year. Coach Hardee also assists Coach Brogden with the varsity base- ball team. Coach Calvin Lane is the new addition to the coaching staff this year. Coaching the JV basketball and baseball teams, he has done, we feel, an excellent job his first year. Q! C,.1 in Co-Captains Charles Cook CAll-Statej and jack Holly with Coach Br V i t i Bullard and Gabriel with Quarterback Brown with Coach Brooks. Coach jap Davis. ogden I End Ray Huck with Coach Hardee. Coach Lane, first year at N.H.H.S. 77 Futch keeps his feet. WILDCATS VVILDCATS XWILDCATS XVILDCATS XVILDCATS WILDCATS XVILDCATS XVILDCATS XVILDCATS UC FOV SCOREBOARD Charlotte .. , Hargrave ,W Rocky Mount Raleigh Georgetown Goldsboro Xvilson Durham Fayetteville , cheers wildcats at game, The XY'ildcats opened the 1956 season by meeting Charlotte Central High in a non-conference game. Playing well in spite of a continuous rain, the Wild- cats drove through mud and Charlotte's defenses to score 20 points, while our defense held Char- lotte's score to a muddy zero. W'ilmington next met Hargrave Military Academy. Led by Winston Futch who scored twice, Wilmington dumped Har- grave 24-7. The Wildcats then took on the Rocky Mount Blackbirds and literally "ate them up." With Futch starring again as he scored all four touch- downs, Wilmington defeated Rocky Mount 26-0. The Wildcats next met the powerful Raleigh Capitals in a bruising defensive game. Sparked by John Parker, Charles Cook, and Ed Carroll, Wil- mington's defense was tremendous as it held Ra- leigh to only 118 yards rushing: in the last quarter Raleigh was held to minus yards rushing. The Cat's offense, led by Futch, Brown, Holly, Macris and Yann, gained 252 yards. XVilmington beat Raleigh 12-7 and thus extended their winning streak over Raleigh to eight consecutive games. XVilmington next encountered Georgetown, South Carolina, in a non-conference game. NVith Futch starring again as he scored once on 66 yard run from scrimmage and once on a 41 yard punt re- ll k th 's key block to spring liutcli loose. Gabriel leads Futch around end. x 33" gl W , s , A . -, S 'i ,N-1 K ' . .e J i 3 K 5? f :' ' Xl' . 'I vi" ' ' W' fifw '-1 f .-,,, V. 4 ,-4 iv'-,W M! if . 'z .1 , .- HZ- U , 5 4 f- 'fx-d.,i'..vx' --'1 b 1 1 'Z Q5 .' fx w ,F' sighs xx , . . WW ',f T7 .g-.1-' 3 . ' o ' f W.: 4... -1---' Gary Cline - 218 pound stalwart jerome Pittman - bruising linebacker johnny Parker - All-State second team win or losep Winston Futch - Captain of All-stare team, Shrine Bowl Ed Carroll - All-State second team Xvildkittens Wfildkittens Wildkittens Wildkittens XVildkittens Wildkittens J. V. SCOREBOARD Beaufort XY'arsaw Massey Hill Fayetteville Hope Mills Dixon , The fierce XVildkittens showed great spirit and undaunted determination in all their games this season. During the year each of the boys on the Wildkitten squad put forth his best efforts to help give the team a fine record of four wins and two losses. Under the supervision of Buck Hardee, the XVildkitten coach, the team gained much valuable experience that will undoubtedly help them contribute much to our Varsity squad next year. They have showed through their untiring efforts that they are willing to play hard and fair for New Hanover High School. and boasts of future wilclcats. Firxl Ron: Bud Branner, Tom Henegar, Leon Brogden, Lhorge Brown, Larry Martin, jerry Strickland, NVayne Steljes. lidgar Garrabrant. Sffllllll Rau: jackie Theodore, Mae Xfilliams, Nlfaverly Capps, Bill libersole, Buck O'Shields, Billy Rhodes, Kenneth Lewis, Ronald Benson, Freddie Heath. Tbiril Rau: Charlie Rivenbark, Floyd Moore. Gene lfvais. Bobby Fredere, Johnnie Smith, Gene Raines, Alan Babb, Buster Basden, Gene Reynolds. I-'ourlb Rau: jimmy Barden, Freddie Ray, Freddie Bell, Carl XY'arwick, lid Fird, Buddy Stewart, Richard Vfolfe. Bobby Theodore, Dean Hawkins. Q ll I ' ll we re number one clgcun! lin! Run: Buddy Tnldcn. KIIHTINX lmwcr. SUuu.l Run: QIHNHIX Hulunx. Rfwnnlu Vflwirc. Ink Hnlly. , , . - ,, lfwnl lxnu: lugcm Hxglxm.xu, Huvnlrd hmm. I.xrl Suvt1lJ. Wuwxlnm fuulx. uufffl Kun: H-vllux IIJIM. lui l1Mlvm,1u. Rmla imwl, n. IJ i.1r'rwH. Hull S11 lx lfffv Kun: Fully fcnlwull, I.ul'i1c lSlll1.!1"Li, Kmuan L1,1l1ricl.CIxdu Inynur. ,li 'I 5 yew sn, ' ,AX H I Ai- 1 ' A cg H! Q 0 0 u , 0 W 6 X ' I nl I K A Fw- .' N Q-F49 1 , , my , r I , f g "-lan -,Y gr 1 ' . -M Z1 1 ii frg 3 'Q' A- gh K , . ff Billy l'enncll shoots from side. . wllclcats to Although finishing only third in the Eastern Conference, the XY'ildeats entered the State Tour' nament in Greensboro with great determination to retain their title as State Champions. Nleeting Greensboro in the opening game of the tournament, NHHS defeated the W'hirlies 97-52 as the starting five played the entire game. Ad! vaneing to the semi-finals, the Xlfildeats met and defeated the Burlington Bulldogs 69-48, thus earn- ing the right to meet High Point in the finals of the tournament. In the most exciting game of the tourney, the XY'ildeats defeated the fighting Bison of High Point 67-63 in overtime play. Dis- playing the same poise and confidence in the pressure-packed overtime which they had exhibited throughout the tournament, the XVildeats hit all eight of their points in the overtime on foul shots. Thus with tremendous teamwork and desire. the XVildeats became for the second year in a row- State Champs. 86 Gabriel and Bullard go up for rebound team victoryp Bullard tips in rebound. -L- .4 iq Fifi! Rnu: Alim lhrdcn, llonald H tm Leon Bro tn rr trrx 'Nle et hlflilltl Kun: Dennis lhniels. lhvid XX ard lltan x ins t 1 X 1:11 Ll Tfuril Roll: Xlai: XY'illi.1ms, larry lttn and spurs IV s on The Junior Varsity basketball team consists of Sophomores who were outstanding in junior High basketball play. The speed and height of the JV team this year are above average, and the team spirit and desire to win are excellent. XY'ith their new coach, Mr. Calvin Lane, as their mentor, the W'ildltittens show definite signs of developing into a great, future Wildcat team. First Rout Bobby Conner, jimmy Gowcr, Billy Sullivan. M.m.1gcr Arnold Xlintz, jack Holly, Earl Allen, jerry W'ootcn SATUIIAI Ron . LIIIJSCY Frost S6 SCOREBOARD NWILDCATS 6 Fayetteville 0 WILDCATS 7 s Raleigh 7 7 710 , XVILDCATS 7 7 2 Rocky Mount 77 7 7 6 XVILDCATS 9 Wilson WW7 77 2 XVILDCATS 77 7 2 Fayetteville W 0 t XVILDCATS 11 Goldsboro 7 7 2 XVILDCATS 7 , 5 RalCigl1W,,7 77 2 XVILDCATS 11 Goldsboro 7 1 XVILDCATS 14 Durham W , 1 XVILDCATS 8 Wilson 7 2 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS WILDCATS 7 6 XVinston-Salem 7 4 XVILDCATS 7 4 XY'inston-Salem 7 7 1 Harry Odlmm, ,lemme Pittman, lfd Carroll, Rmnnn Gabriel, Ihnny Castccn, Ncnl lfason, Vfinston Futclm ll I ll we re state champs! Symbol of Sr P!'YJl11.1Cy. 88 ,H a sl- The '56 Baseball team, although losing to Ra- leigh 10-S and to Rocky Mount 6-2, fthus having a 25 Eastern Conference game winning streak thoroughly brokenj still recovered to go through the rest of the season undefeated and win the Eastern Conference Championship for the third consecutive year. Playing on Winston-Salem's home field, they defeated the Western Conference Champions twice in a row in a two out of three series to win the State Championship for the first time in seven attempts. With a number of reg- ulars returning from last year's championship team, this year's squad should have a very excel- lent chance to retain the State Crown. willie proudly exclaims. Th hcadl ne flashed throughout the Stare. I' at pdd' fi 5 ml c. gnu, :Uhr s nu ' V 7 iNew Hanover Wins State Baseball Crown 4-1 ' - iii' aaaacffawa-wwf-:fairtrwiiffff'""""' l Varsity Sweetheart julia Farrow. willie admires varsity sweetheart Each year the football team selects a girl to be their Varsity Sweetheart. She is then presented to the Student Body at the Football Finals Dance. Before the dance this year excitement ran high as everyone tried to guess who the Varsity Sweetheart would be, Finally the time came for the big secret to be revealed. After Hrst introducing the football team, head cheerleader Charles Graham slowly opened the envelope which contained the name of the Varsity Sweetheart - Miss julia Farrow. Miss Farrow was then presented to the Student Body by Co-Captains Jack Holly and Charles Cook. Charles Graham, Charles Cook and Jack Holly seem well pleased at the selection of julia Farrow as Varsity Sweetheart. 90 h t Iitii lhwt .mtl lS ,vin lhiix n liux elirxmiiitlitliitiliix Troiii Sylxii lotlvitxi and s ou s, e e - e "go wilclcats!" During the football .intl basltetbiill sea- xons, you e.in .ilwnys see the lively figures of the elieerlenders leading the student body in .1 rousing cheer for the NY'ilde.1ts. The cheerleaders decorate the goal posts for every home gurne, and for homecoming they go .ill out by selling chrysanthemums to the Student body. At the close of the football season the cheerleaders sponsor the Football Finals Dance in honor of the football team. Xliw 'Iiint' llioiiux .ind Nlrs. l lilnbeih lane .Mlxiwra for the C lit'erle,ulerx Left to Right: Keena McCall, Barbara Vfenbcrg, Millie V.-sul, Skippy Huey. Lharles L1r.1h.1m. Xhry Lou klolinxiiii, Tookie Bethune, Sylvia l'l1Ul1l.llI1. Brenda Liles. First Row: lidgar W'illiams, Byron Moore, Pete Wester, Gary Miller. Svrnmf Rout Co-Captain Charles Graham, Joe Chcnwurth, Monroe Hyatt, Bobby w'illi.lIl1S, Otis Strothcr, Ctnt Mur rag Paul Thomson, W'eslcy Piner, Co-Ca stain Sandy Mclhclmcrn. Y l Tbinl Row: Billy Smith, Rudolph jarrell, Jim Vibssell, Ted Brock, Tommy Wolfe, Rob NTfI'i.lCllCI'1'l, Dirk Break Frtddx Bell, Bob Pretlow. willie excels in water, With Mr. Ken Wooten as their coach again this year, the swimming team is ex- pected to improve somewhat over the team of last year. The XVildcat swimming team will participate' in a number of big swim meets this year. Among these are the Invi- tational meets at Greensboro and Greenville, and the Southern Interscholastic Meet and the State Championship Meet, both at Chapel Hill. 92 Swimming Team Coach Ken Wooten 1, g 'be s Cs 1 . i 5 5 Under the supervision of Coach Jap Davis the golf team has put in many hours of practice at the golf course in hopes of hav- ing a successful season this year. With several lettermen returning from last year's team which lost only one match out of thirteen, the Wfildcat linksmen look for- ward to another victorious season. on the fairway, J r r ' ' Another day of practice ends. Lyfl In Rlgbi: Bill Hufliam, Dickie Bissingcr. Banks Guyzon, Glenn Her' ring. md plays the mt. HM! R on the tennis court. The XVildcat netmen practiced a great deal before the season opened in hopes of having a successful season this year. Wfith a number of players returning from last year,s squad, the team this year will strive to improve over the record of last year's team of three won and ten lost. Coached by Mr. Jap Davis, the W'ildcat team plays a full schedule during the spring. un: Roy Snow, li.lI'l Scofield, Gilbert Tillt-xi. Stvlulil Run: Ciliad liarris, Dennis llanicls, Ilcvb Ruycruft, Ray Huck. f l'Il'Nf Ruiz: fi. 'I'u.xcIit-3 'IIresitIeiilJ, S. King Macc I'rt-sidciill, II. Olsen 4St'trct.1ryy. S, II.irreIson 4Irc.isurt'rr, S. ISU' ' IlIIx X Iiflilllll Il Iiti Ids IX Im J .ll1l, Ii. Iirevallc, S, I5.1riiIiiII, Ii. Mooring, I. IounsIviii'x'. I. Riu-nw ' . , . -yio , '. XX'i sm . Svuulil Run: S. Henson. I.. II.1riIx, XI. Sammoiis I'. Iam' II. I'cit-rsoii. C.. Iie.ii.g.iii, Q, liiigli. NI. Iiatsun. IJ, IowIv:r QI, IIe.m. II. Iidcns, I.. Mohr, C. Hess, il, Congletoii, C,. Simmons. 71171111 Ruiz: Collins. I'. Niatllitwrs. QI. I-ilktl. I'. justice, QI. More. I., Xlauiicws, XI. Lartin. Ci. Greer. I. Iicchcr, XI. Pau-If lit, I.. C.ruucI1, I'. NYUULI, I., Ihidgcx, V. foxtin. Frillrffv Run: NI. I'v.ii1x, XI, IngIisIi, I'. ISulIer. I'. Xicrritt. Ii. C liiim. I'. I.on3.g XI, Caiiady, I. Ciort-, I'. Aiziitiiiiis, Ix. Iiitelis. A. RusscII. S. Conil, Ii. -IoIinsoii, Il. firidilh. willie enjoys g.a.c1. activities. The GirIs' Athletic Association is de- signed to promote good sportsmanship and enjoyment of sports for girIs. This year they elected these officers: President, Gerry Teacheyg Vice-President, Sylvia Kingg Secretary, Peggy Clseng Treasurer, Susie HarreIson. The sports which these girIs participate in are varied and help to build character. 95 Girls in the G.-XA participate in many different .iczixities 1 . V1 . ' , 4 W ' I 1 ,I . "M 'f 3' --1 . 1' f' Gt, fy -JQW 'pf' ,.? .v V 09,94 ' .1 1. .'1.g.,, if - . - U its A" ' + QQ! ' 'H . 3 ', ' X ., A x. K -' ' A u ' fx Kfag X I ' l K ' x f ,I , qi' , x' 41, , , i , A 5 H ,'.v , 1, - A ' , "" ., 1 -fi . Q- ' "' M. - 4,1 . f fl 5 V jill. ' L . ,. 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""' 'im "" 4-lr if-4' , 'ii im V wwf , wf 453,15-1' efrw , ,ff X- 'mah Xa? iw- ' 813' .L ,mf J frying. 6,4 ,iw gk ffm' ilu 5, ai' if' ,f f' if 4' 1' if I willie makes friends with our administration Pllllllfldl of NHHS DAI l' K SPFNCPR W e mme to know well our pr1nC1p1l and '1ss1st1nt pr1nc1p1l and m1ny times durlng, the yeir We sought their 'idx me The deans oflices were alvi Qys crowded Wlth students lmxmg problems of some sort and oflice Qsslstfmts were 1lw1y s glad to lend 1 helping lnnd Af uhm! Iflllll wal C D CJURC ANUS 98 Q js. l., , 1, 0 .' .' ,r. . , A ff 3 i if .r ,7 . . ' . . . . . , . -ui. . Y I K . L v.N l a , A 7 V - . ., S Y K' J' s 1 L t 4 ' x 1-.. , , X4- . . . . Q Y " , . . , . . ! L Dum nr ful N S Ihsv. 1 v. Dunn! Bn Inn L v s ,ZA and its able assistants. N K gl Imr Nllss Illllbulll Xfm1!g,ur111.rw C Il C r ff k Nirs Xll'L,lI1l1I'1 Hal and X rs num I5 fncg s Sum 99 ' 'A 1"f lr. f' ' Ln' , 'L ,I rt w : 'i 15 -rl " l N ' t . 5 - J t't"x 1 1 ' I' 1 l , ' .v ll 4 .l.1ma' ,ft 'k fur Su MNH . . " ' . 1 .1 . I- ' . Ll: N11 N hom-va 'th Q j,IlUI'.1IlLL ls bliss Three years of Iznglnsh were 1 must and consequently, our faculty for th1s department vms large ln number For many years, our hnglnsh eurrl culum had been 1 year ahead of that of other schools, and meommg students were handncapped by hawnng to double p Last year, the swntch was begun m the Sophomore class to make all stlte English currleull the same The Sopho more course was 1 surxey of types of literature, sncquamtmg the student wxth such elassles as ullus Catslr and Silas Marner Thus year, umors were lntro duced to the literature of our ovsn coun try, studymg, the curly llterlture as well as that of modern IIFDLS wlllle watches as basic courses Nixss larantts Formy Duxal Head lnblnsh Department Cffllflll Wfrrtmg Conlrsf Amy Br 141115 Medal Mrs Llnabcth Lane Mr Prtd Capps Miss Ann Coley Ifngllsh I1nSl'5h Englwh Cbrfrlcufivrs Allzzxn DHHH1 BOW Sr rllllrlcrv Club Ir Rell Crows 100 scifi such as english Although not affected thus year the Semors of S7 S8 unll studs the lxterlture of England learnnng to see the wrxtmg of each literary period 19 an outgrow th of the hnstory of the tame Thus yelrs Semors llso not lffteted bs the ehlnge hrd 1 general revxew of the greats 1s they waded lnt0 Hamlet In addmon to lmterature, stress was land on prmcnples of grammear correct Ind txpressne eomposltnon, and learning to re1d wnth understandmg Wrth such efhenent teachers as our gundes, we felt prepared for future work knowmg that our background m Englnsh was a thorough one frrtl Ron Nlnss Ruth Sl-tmner l nglnsh ulzluzfy 'lfuuagrr Srmor Clan Plax Sunml Ron Wlxss 'Martha Stack I ngllsh Tbcspmnv Adusrr r Douglas Swmk fngllsh Dramatxcs Speech Tb1XI7ldIlY Adlnrr Tbml Ron Nlrs hlua Symmes Ifnglnsh journalism WUI It ul A111 IN r Nlnss X xrgmu W .nlsh lnglxsh Algebra CNIHIIIPH m 1 rm ui ul rlfl Kun Xlrs mu. 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' L 'X 1.1 4 ' h K ' 4 :IS ll 4 "C" " ' ' 'l . - -1- - ' hx f M52 ' 1 X V1 ' 5 I xx ,f 3 'f home ec, In Home Economxcs, sewmg, cooking, foods, good groommg chlld care, and homemakxng were studned These courses were desngned to prepare gnrls for the future every gurl hopes for eventually the task of turnlng an lmpersonal house xnto a warm, happy home As we real nzed that the average marrlage age IS younger than nt used to be we knew that lt would not be very long before thus job would be ours We standmg as a homemaker because of our tram mg m th1s field We sntch n sur 107 Xlrs Xlargaret Paulson Home Economics W rl un Commllive Nirs Vn nan Baynes Nursery Nlxss Carolxn Dukes Home Economics Nlrs josephme V nghr Home Pcnnomncs Inline Illllllfllldhffi of Amenfa ,f V . felt conndent that we could make a good I Xirs O A Bjontrud 1 w ur gtta Nfachlnts Dlttatlon and Urs Iulm Plortntlno lrlnserlptmn lx pang, Short nn DO Club 1151 A C 1111 iw 'nys 56 '18 sgg.-4 Nav' Nfrs Ruth XICDLlI1Jld Busmtss Ingllsh Business Arrthmetxt Se 11101 Phu PIUQHIIII Xfuuu 'V 4.-'47 -if in vu' Xfrs NIll"g,Llkl"lIC Owtn Shorthand btmral liusxntss Srzfvbonlnn Dann Cbzllllfllll gn business, As eommtrtnl studtnts wt rnpndlx wrote shorthlnd notes md our Hngtrs begin to be .lt home on the typmg kexbolrd md we 1sCended the first step towards becomlng seeretarles and oH1ce workers In Gfhce Pracuce, more comphmted nm chmes presented thallenves to us who pllnntd to obtun jobs through the experlence we Hrs Mlm Hofd limmkktqmmx, S1 bool 131151111 xx rvlxlllalgtf -I 1""' Q.1lI'lLd from thtst toursts Nirs Rubx Knox Ixplm., CJLHLTI Buxmus 111111 Phu Buxmux W111111g11 40 N ex 'D- Xwwvf W Nhss une Thomas Nirs Gtorzt H XX tst Tx pmt, Gtmral Busmess Txpms, ttfltdk :rx 4 lv r Iumor Phu Bumzrix Nfaunaqzr cl.o. XY'orlting .1s .1 TY I'L'p.lll'lU.H1 or .1t .1 super nmrltet n1e.1t counter, we were training on the job. Because these jobs were obtained tl1rough the school coordinator. the school acknowledged our worlt .ls .1 course. XY'ith tl1is much experience, we were sure to find Ll good job after j.Il'.lLlLl.1IlUI1. "May I help you, please!" Mrs. O. A. Bjonerud Xlr. Cilcnnon llrown Diversified Occupations Othce Practice. Dictation and Transcription UI' C11-rnifimzfnr DO Cu-f11'.f1i111Mr il hee will l tnilstcr. and d.e., ln llistrihutivc l'iLlLlC.lIlOl1, we stud- ied at school in the morning and worked in xxirious local stores d11ring the afternoon. The pay which we gli! for selling came in handy, and we received school credit just as if we had been .lt school all day. Xlr. Alton XYrigl1t Nlcrclundising Mr. XV. K. Dorsey D15 Co-urJif111lur 3 ' . S 1-4 Clap ss- ,w2'I.-A 1-Q Cluwru gs 1 an l ru xlfllll 71 1 mu Y N. -...sv SL' u X ll JLHQTI Xu i T 795 I ull L mp1 li r uux Xgflxllll fx gmtr I u 1 una-1 'aff' Mn.-a-0"5'0 nl! 'QI' Nur' ,.-.ff Col Dummy Gorlllm Nh Ln N Clmlr as u lxnnnuw K You NlLLl1.lI1lL ll Draw nm., X1 nlung Slmop C IFPLIIIFX Xk.l'Ul1llllK.S Shop N11 trade, lndustry, and agriculture, N5 0 K ,wr v Wil fi! XXL bow cugur to bmon slullud Lrlft-,mm or Lduuud flrmcrs dcudgd upon vxorlx ln IL T1 xdg lmlustnx md A I1 Lulturg IUGPIFIINLDI The but Qqunpmunt md hnut mstrun ons Lombxmd to prcpxrg us lOl plugs ln commumtx lxfc vxlurn bx uc could ITDPFOXL our slxlll 1nd also be of serucc to our fgllovxmcn blb e P 'Q-.,,. W. influx? 32' Li iii ns- lv" 1' on uw llll x. K 511 HL. XX S 0 LIS 'INIQIITLL p usugu md sxllnputs I Q1 'x L11 s 111 L Xnlxsu mn Jw llbrclry N11 XXL OHL: TI I L L KL Ik L S Q. ll ' L Ik. 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OL' l.lI'r:C cullcctio11 of v11lu111cs .mal 'llI"'I1l ' lux of I11.l5,.l'4 'L 1 ' " l'l s with 111.1111 l1ou1' of l".llAI1p1. both f 1' Sil- '- ix .111l1lu11. - S Klum X1,1r1l1.1C 11 . 111- I'l . mf' " ll"1l.l1'11l C111 1.1 111 X11 s l,1111111 'lx 'lv l If .lrx 'W N1 f1 .11 fr 111.11111 .1 1' ROTC 'W' Uh r ROTC RO TC S R1 hard V. b r ROTC rotc, Ex ery boy who took ROTC had a secret prlde ln knowmg ht belonged to the only h1gh school RCTC umt m the Stftte I 1dd1t1on to Mondiy and Frldsty mornmg form1t1ons, m1l1t1rx orgamzatlon and hxs tory, maps find photogriphs Hrst and, ind weapons made the m1l1tary hfe more real The Cwpe Fefnr RIHCS 'md the R1fle Teflm provlded opportumtles of development for boys vxho were skllled mirksmen The RCTC umt turned out boys Well educited m mllntary t1ct1es Pretty company spon sors remmded us that lf they Could stind cold formfztmons, We could too Hut mo thr L tour 112 oncl physlcol eclucohon Mx IITPFOXIDP, lllf' WllSflIl1 S Sll"LI'lL,Il1kI1lI'lj., UU! IUUSL S We who took Physncal Educ1t1on had an adv1nt1ge over our schoolmites who dld not We had 1 chance to rel1x our mmds 'as we enjoyed gimes and m1tched Nlr asptr Dans NI: Leon Brogden Phxsxcal Ed Dznctor o Bom Albltlzrs Assistant Com b our 1b1l1t1es 'nt sports ThlS gulded relaxfn t1on and pl1y helped us bu1ld sturdy bodles and better prepire ourselves for 1 busy and actxve future lxfe N r C .Alun u Physlcal Ed Umor l ar 115 C1144 Nlrs tan Tlllctc Physical Fd C11 1 In 'T Our I-umlrnmrus Xlrs lldm Xlrx llrmwn ru' wt L 1 Xlr Sul 1x Our tnend 'llmt mll What vnxll Ggorge un mms vnu an wlllle vlslts members Wlun urn. Open xour Drunk lt umm lou lmrn lUOlllll bug 1 of our capable staff 1 sun L nun L Sxmcp and m splg ut Lust 1 Q sw ly 1 gm x 4 l ,.. 9' ro '1 V I , - ' J' SV l H K ' ' ' ' " be " " ' ' . ' .- I, . 0 0 0 0 L x 4' 3 Zu 4 W K Q x N, f W -51, X 4 V l El ' ,E . 3 x x - C--E " - ' - 1 -' ' ' l ' like A I' F l a 'L' g'rl. . . ' , cu ' ' all ills ,V I 0 F5 -,If . 0 U , li I K "' - x 7 'f I .. 1 I .Lck dl" 'nj " N1 -' ' l K .1 p.cli.lp:2 H '. 5l1.ll r 'inn I 11 'Q wc' ut clcmliucss. . . l' 'an willie reviews the classes 3 fx? F . 7 x UF' BUCK OSHIELDS Prfudent VICKY MINTZ Vlfl Pwszdenf ELEANOR BROXVN Srclrfury sophomores We the class of 59 enter NT-H-IS typ1cal Sophomores Together we puzzle over program cards, tr1fHc regulqtlons 1nd the mysterlous smlles of our new teachers Under the guldlng paw and be mgn smlle of the Wlldcat, we become 4' KT? K fffgb' -' fadjusted to our new home We elect our class officers, pl1n the Twxrp Dance, 111 are horrlhed at our Hrst ex1ms After finlshlng our first ye1r 1n his 1 school, we are lookmg forward to our jun lor year L -JJ 1 K' V! ? f ,, 3 iw QQ! og ,, 3 - cz an 9 1 V a G ' s 4 . , 4 ' S - - . . V L . . 71 ' 116 Adrienne Abbott Sliannon Abbott jimmy' Adams Mary Adams Donnltl Atlltins Vivian Allard Caroline Allen Judy Allen Nlartlia Allen Tommy Allen Peggy Amnions George Antley Barbara Arnientrout Nancy' Armstrong Margaret Atkinson Isabel Autry Pat Badon Cliarlie Baggett Libby Baldwin Harry Band Charles Barnliill qlimmy Barnliill jolin Robert Bass Lewis Bass I'-lilQll7Cll1 Batson Mary Ann Batson Cameron Batten Pat Baxlei qlacqueline Bean Barbara Beattie Isabel Becker Linda Beeltliain Vrt-dtlie Bell George Bell Mary Ann Bennett Ronald Benson Iris Benton jackie Benton Lym.la Benton Susan Berganiini Ann Bergen Jaclti Berman Kay Bixliop Belly Black Barbara Blake Delores Blake lvelyn Blake Xlary Rutli Blalock Pat Blanton Milton Bordeaux Carrie Boxwell klane Boxwell ,lack Bouknieli! Gail Bowman ,Iean Bradsliaw ,ludy Bradwli aw Sarali Bratlsliaw klolin Branner Betty Bray Xlarian Brat' 'lean Breliiner Hari Alice Brewer Billy Bridges l IT al . ' R Q9 , L fer! .. willie sees the sophomores W4 wi i K Q 1- as ' E. MN 4 A ' f 2 "' 3 Q 1 1 -5 Q! ui VM v ' l -vm . 1:7 Q , y ' I I r . 1 Q , ' " ' 'F' an sa- -l t-5 F55 Q -' Q ill l 1 1 -L 'N' .J -fr 5, w 1 ' ""' 151 'YV FU .34 If 51 mix' r' ' 4' -.f , -A 'wr ' 4 'E 17:5 Qu xv ' tl, fig' 'Ui Q- ', -0 73 Q4 '-3- fx -lg , V., A "" ' , A gt ,f Ak 1 v 2 E1 ,Q y 1-J' fi' -, ' -1 1' ' 3. 'A Hi tt, noi- M '-JI if? if I Vx lkek Q 4 -4-1 -.tv busily at work, 1 1 6, Q '.:- W 2 I if 1 . mmf ,, 1, W i-e .gl , 2 4, ,r if 4 . ,. I i, vi 1 E 3 f 'Q fl' 5' .I A , Q Q ,ggi .3-STV .sg , I 5: i -fl -sf fs 7 ' '5-nl f ' 3' 'x' vs +2-:K ,, et' 4 ifixx 'it , 1: 0 3. I .3 4 ff 9 C ', J ... ' J f 4 - ai ' iv" . 'Z' N T K 'W' i QL r . I law 1 S M, lk 2 y f '-Th g 2 - "' if - rss X532 -rf f I Q l y l 5517, - X A ,fi J r 7 A, ,rg y . -' . 2 X, L. A Q- -v ' 'si e " ' ' 'fl' . 1 'Ir " A 4 -v I 'W A tiki X A kvkv ill t in at ca - il- Q ' ' S ,V A , fr 'QU 1?-' 5- 1: 5 1 1 , Y I 13.111 Hrinson Cane Britt Xlelrose liritt ,-Xnoette l5ritti.ui Ted Brock lflennore Brown l'r.1nces lirown George llrown Nlnreru Brown S.'llH.lT.l Bruton l'.irlter lirygint -limmy liuie Russell Burney l.1rry Burris lxe Burton Iitlicl Butler Pam Butler Iinxie liuller Pete C.im.ik liatlileen Cameron Xxniverly Cappi Donnie c,..ll'IllCll lluster Carr -Iimmy Carr Bonnie C tlfflill Tony Carter Mirgie Cartin Ann Lynn Clupnun joe Clieuworlll Bert Cliiemiego Patricia Chinn Pntxy Cliinnis Robert Cliinnis Sally cillflillhilg klolin Clirdy Martlm C.l.irdy Nell Cl.irLly Norman Clcnimons Lucy Coker llnrriet Cole lirnn Coleman -lanice Collins -Ioyce Congleton -Iimmy Cook Billy Cooper Molly Cooper Violet Coston Tom Covil llnrwootl Coxe Tommy Cromartie louis C room Miukie Croom Sandra Cross Rclwcm Crowell liruntla Crump Sdlltlftl K uller iludy Cumber Betsy Currin liurnell Curtis Kathryn Dail Dennis Daniels Gregg Daniels Cam D.iviS 118 lean llnvis K.1tl1ryn Ihvis llltriein lhvix. Tommie Dees Charlotte Dexter Alolmnnie llutlley l,yntl.1 lluliant llill llwersole Betty lfdenw Donald lfclens Sylvia lfdens l'd Illird Nlary ,Iennette lflelies Craig l'llis Harold Ifnglnnd Maxine linglislx Gene liviuh Marie lfvani Tlwonms l'v.ms Gene Falei Pat Fulow joe Farr Mielmel Farr Clmd lfarriss Peggy l7.1rrow Kcnnetlm lixrrow Bill Field Mickey liinberg Norma Fine.1nnon liolmlwie .lean Flowers llI'CI1Ll.l lfloyd Bobby lfortl Anne I:Ulll1I.llI1 Doris lfowler Donald Franks Bobby Fredere Reade French Brenda Fry Betty Frymr Patsy Vullwootl Pat Furlong Katherine l:UlCl1 lfdgar Garrmbrmnt Mary Catherine Gaskill G.1il Gause Grady Gauss Nlilxe Geddes lnitlx Godwin I,.lNlonn Goodwin l".xye Gore Fresh Gore hlolnne Gore lfd Gornto Carolyn Gower Xlny Gralnlt Martin Grant Betty Graves Moring Gravirt Dianne Gritlltlm Bobby Gurgtlnious Xlary Guthrie lianl-as Guyton l'.1triei,x Guyton 119 and gazes in wonder pg 4- v, 'A 'GQ " A I X R it L. f 4' -4 0 'tri .. , - gf' - , ,. 1 ' -ca mf 'X XSL lf y r lr- K "Wil ' I 2 , in .a -a av ' . Fi! 1.595 nailz, V v Q ig W al Qty 5 Ji ' ' P Q l G .. lf. 'Gig M xv! il u. , IQNS 1' " .Lf l Q ,fb " , X3 ' A ' , J-1 ' hi X ii! f :X v "" l Q , x l W W ,x ,A ,-. i 1 1 1 5 'H 7-'L G A Y, ' x 'U - .1 -s -on -4 95. A fx It '?' 9 . Q f in as they plan the twirp dance -1.4 f'?X . My in .w 4' A I , .J vw A. 'Elf T7 '7 L S ,A rr, l. g i 1 1 ,Q l I: .1 Q -'S ' 354 i.::. 'B '37 - 'B til W "I A ' of A 9-M l -J' za ', Q 'J V x f i R J - 3 'I 3 ,,. ' A 4' 4 'Y A-.wx 3 Q' ' '1' F? F ,.. wr D' K ,ll q rn? fgfff '-' --f - A Q e LA f ,V '27 I. s S 1 3. 1: B. -an 2 ' 3 0 Q ' , -' ' 25 S :JI -W 5 9? -Q 'S 2 f' 3 a Q . 'L 3 K ki? if, -.4 ' 3 L gg 6 -av . -7 Y , N . I ' -rv' ily 5 A 5 'J 'i U1 sr X . rag: . " 'R -R 2 4' -4 ji Q, av X -rr 1 .1 . Vw? j 2 -3-J 'ff gg , 5' 4037 ps ,vi 3 ..,' 1 "2 1 g x. V. J , an 1 lx '12 Alan Hale Bunny Hall Lucy Hall johnny Hanby Brenda Il.ll'l.lCC -In Ann llmrdisnn .Inns Hardy Alcan Hardy Linda Hardy Henry Harrell Mildred ll.l!'l"Cll lrxlcy llnrriss lime Ann llnrriu Bill llxxrllug Sandra Hayes -Iulmny Hayes lfruddic Hcnth -Iimmy llclmx -limmy llcnclcrsun Suxnn Henderson 'lilicrcsa llcndcrwn Glenn Herring jimmy Herring Barrie Howlett Norma llicknmn Cfntliryn llilburn -Indy Hill Linda Hill ln Ann Hines Brcndn llinson Buy Hinsun Xlfillinin llndgcs Linda llmlgcs llcnry lluclgcs Billy Horne Bully Hurrcll ylnnicc llurrcll Vicumr Ilurrcll Rnmllic lluwglrd Sylvia Howell Tummy Howell Pat Huggins llorutlly lluflmm Carol Hunt lluuglcls llunt Qicnc Ilincr Mary Ann lttncr Cynthia .Inclison Ann Janicis ci.ll'l nlnnxcs fclcstc klulmsmm l,l.ll1.l klulinsuii lfwclyn .lulmsun lnyuc blulinwn Mary ,lolmstmm ,lucly Almics I.ynd.n kluncs Patsy jones Penny ,luncs Maurice kluyc Pliyllis justice -lack Krxlogiris Carol Kcillx IZO llulcn Kelly Aludy Kelly l'.ltrici41 Kennedy Nick Kcnrrnlis llcbhic Kerr limmy Kcifcr Kirby King l.ctl1.x King Nancy King Rudolph King Acic Kinlaw lircncla Kinlaw Sylvia Kirkum Tnnnii Knott Xlnrilyn Knox klulin Kopp klmclcy Korncgny liuryl Kramer lhvid Kurtz I,ui:ilc Liflircau jack lane Charles Lanier l..1rry l..miLr l.ind.1 Lanier Clifmn Luc james Luc W'ilmn lrcuwcnluurg ,limmy I.cm Cunnic l.cnmm l'r:ink l.v:R.1y llcnny lewis Llny l,cwis Kcnnctli lxwix Richard lrwis Mary Ann ljbby I.inal.i l.iIly I5.lYl5.ll'.l l.indncr Aldytlx Long ID. T. Long Faye Long Helen Long Hild.m Lung joe Long -Icssc Loren .lun Lounsbury Ed Lowell Patsy Lumulcn glanicc Nic,-Xbcc lfrncst XIi:Clcll.1n lnlllnnnc Xlclnrirc Klnlmnny' Xlclicc Ilcnnis Nlcl c,1n Iimmy Nl.xll.1rd Nlilrun Xlalpau Nhry luu Nl.innJn l'crry Ann Nlanning ,xlifu Xl.1rl-is Xlary' Xlnrslull Nancy C ,ir-wlyn Xhrxull ll.irlur.i Xlartiu I Jrry Nlarrin l'lv.i Inu Nllttlluww lays xl-lllllCXl'X 121 cmcl select class li' officers. -3 i i . ' x wx! A W V 2, all Q Q "' , 6' 1:15 .LQ in 1 .. CAR' ,i Q 1 at ,b 5: - v v v f. 1. v-si 1? 'J gf I gy " v - .a ef 'fy ' r 3 l 'f 6: is U ' ' fu , " Q , 1, ,, , Q' , f 1 1 X Q .tv 22' 5 I di I QQ L,:V.' ,111-' .Q Cf? xv! 1-, T' cr l , ii ""7W'59"9 73 , 3 , . Q W' 45 'am J ' ,gg 1:59 'A fi I +51 I, 1 x sv , . r A , 2- m h fn-1 'S '-3 if .jig ' ' , V Q S 6' 4 Q ., . f 9 , had , 'v 'C 5 L 1 I 31 4 V ' v7 " ,: ':' -1 K -, .,, R 9 U R -5 -4 6. - V .,, fr ' I .11 273, he knows, even though sv R 'ii 'Q 8- 5 Q by '2- T Q I-a x. -.. 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W Q S -y t f' 'Q' A J V., . ,, H, 2, Q W' a '-Q. t ':,-'T' - Y ,,,L,, at S A A, e , 3' .ily .4 f Eli. ,j , ny' 'Ci 3' , l fi- 4- at di an Iflgj t S Q3 4 "' if ' 'S il' -Q 'X "' In g a., .J V' K ll ' .xt Q' 1 -1: , S, FN: Tummy Suutherland janet Spivey Charles Spooner blue Stanley Martha Stanley Wayne Stelljes Ann Stewart Kay Stokley Nancy Stovall Don Strawn jerry Strickland Richard Strickland David Styron Bonnie Sullivan Phil Sullivan Louise Swann Betty Swart Margaret Swart Marvin Tacllnck Corky Taylor Donnie Taylor lfdwin Taylor Helen Taylor Mary Ruth Teaehey Diane Thomas klnann 'liienken Gail Traister Rosslyn 'liroth Penny Trussell Mike Tsaganox jimmy Tyner Sally Ulllalussy Charles Upchurch lzdivin Vaught janet Voss l.eon XValker -Intlith Wallace Diane NY'alter Caroline Vfalton Marie VC'alton David YX'ard Vernon YVard -lumen Vfarlick Morriss W'eeks .lo Ann Wells Sue Xvells Barbara XVescott Helen Xihitc Peggy NVhite Phyllis wlllllkfllllfkf Ginger XX'hitson Buddy XY'ierse llelen Witgg hlaniex XY'ilkins Gary Vfilletts Bobby ll. Vfilliams lfstalene Xhi'llliLllI'lS l.eah Rose W'illiams Lawrence Xvillll1lll1S Kay XY'illiatnS .I-:ff w'illl.ll11S june Vfilliams. Glenn XY'illiams 124 Mac Vfilliams Sylvia Vfilliams Donald W'illiamson Ray Williamson Ann Wilscin Kxtie Vfilsun Margaret W'ilson joan W'inders Elizabeth Wfoocl Phyllis XY'o0d Faye W'oodcock Peggy Woody' jerry W'ooten Tommy W'ootcn jimmy Xvorthington Frances Wunderlick Betty Young Frances Yow Bessie Zezcfillis to bein nhhs G-0 0 f -if 'lg 2 '? va '7 -:I f X 'Q7 I V Y? " il f if 5 1 5-as QE. - if .., 2 r . -'Q A .5 1 4 1 x an " , .-.4 - 1 lm THE SOPHOMORE CLASS . . puzzle over traiic regulations. m02I1 OVC! CXSIUS mmm 3 I TS- flviix 7525 ?x,, X 2,9 9 JACK NIATHIS Prz 1111 llf ROYAINA BARFI-OOT llllt Pun llf AWGFLA IOHNSON Stl rr lan juniors After a year of learmng the ropes as sopho mores We the 1un1ors settled down to a most enjoyable year our first as upper classmen I early fall we were measured for our class rlngs makmg us even more eager to KCCCIVC them 1n May Our class presented a very successful play Mark Twam s A Double Barreled Detectwe Story The hlghlxght of our years act1v1t1es came when we staged a spectacular un1or Senlor for the Class of 57 Our year ended wnth hlgh hopes for next year We wlll be 1n the most lmportant class of all THE SENIOR CLASS VUE ,X ,Z 126 Bill Anlams Ululwy Allslormwk ,lulicttc Alorda Doris Animum Carl Amlcrwn Ciamlyn Arnmtrnng Nlaric Asliwnrxli Blarrlia lapc Atlcinsmi ,Indy Avcry Ciail Pmalllwin l.arry llamc Rifmna lkirutifmi Barney Barnliill Xlirsn Bariluu YL-rmm Batsun huns licnwn Clyde Bax: Iircddic Best Nurma limi 'liuuky' Bctliunc licsircc Bislmp Lynn liixlcr Sandra Blaku Alanc llund Ilarricc liuunc llccky lllllllll Xlarilyn lluotli Niurma llootli LI-ran liuylus Dirk liraalx Kay Iirackcnlsury li-.lxhi llraclforil llrumla lsl'.l1lXll.HA' lliclsman liranlsliaw Nurma lSl'C.llL'.llt' Sabra llrcw ilimmiay llrickcy Bcity Bricklmusc Hubby Brin -Iimmy Brill Hurry Brown Nancy' llrnwn laulfi llrmxn 'Iulinna lirmviiinig liruiula Bryan Nita liryan lulia liuulianan fyuurgu liuilx Runalil liiillaril Xlargura linrlw l imla liurmu liaxxii llurm lkuy liurrix il li-imas llurriw llulix Iuan lhillir liivniiic lin! li r 1.27 willie observes the class of '58 fi - -Cv" f 'P 1 'R f '.. 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W A .. .. 1 Nfik ' -X , -'L 1' ' Q ' k'I IH . fl Q I' TY , 73' T "' -A -, Q , I -- -Q 'V "' IL T A Qur long awalted semor ye1r 1t 11st fzrrlved, We were SCHIOFS and eagerly walked up the sen1or steps to begm thls our finil year Many of us applxed for admlttance to colleges Whlle others of us prepared for future voc1t1ons We studled hard lookmg for Wfzrd to l'CCClVlI'lf:, our heard elrncd dlplomis As we ordered our calhng cards 'and mefasurecl for our caps and gowns, we reqhzed th1t We would soon wfnlk down the semor steps IHIO "lI'l entnrely new world 134 CHARLES GRAHAM Pr: mfr nf R X I K X111 Prrmuzf TFP DOXYY Sacnfaq 65237 y-A 1 . '. fUL fu, g 47 ' '7 . 4 is . YS t 1 L I' , . L 1 , - . Y . 1 ' . . . . L . I. t . . at last, BARBARA GLENN ADAMS QBABSJ .Yulbing gnu! nut vi rr uffiiri nl 11 itlmul uuflmifirini. l.atin C lnlw 23 Thespians 2, 3, 4: Girls' Kilee Club 21 llanover Singers 3, 4: l'lll.A 3, 4 liliC.lCl1CI',S Seeretaryjg Operetta 3, 45 Government Club 4: klunior Play 33 Twirp llanee 2 fllecorationslg Vfildcat 3, 4 llieporter 3. ASUS!-llil Business Manager 45: junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 il ntertainmentl. SARAl'l MARGARET ALDRIDGE QPEGGYD Tfay biililrrz gulls ure rirfr IFVVXIIIIAI all :rii'imm's. Girls' Glee Club 23 Scribblers' Club 25 Nursery Schonl Assistant 53 Hanover Singers 3. 4: Operetta 41 Government Club 4. CLARENCE ALFORD No! lou fnuflflll, rm! loo fmlif. intl rturllx rigfil, l'rr1 folil. lluuse of Representatives Z, MARY FRANCES ALL A Im ala luilj gurzriivzleil in ligfaf from ber ou ri lwuufj. Thespians 2, 35 French Club 2, 53 Sophomore Class Officer 2 fSecretaryjg Government Club 43 Wildcat Stan' 2 llieporterjg Homeroom Chairman 25 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fDeeorationsJg Twirp Dance Committee 7 Clintertainmentjg DO Club 43 Scribblers' Club 4. JOSEPH CHARLES ALLARD To ilu Hlj illll-x in Ifml .ifule of lift' irllu ufaiffl if xfailll jilmn' Golf fo full mi' Bible Club 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer 3, Vice-President 413 Spanish Club 43 -lunior Clast Play 51 Mixed Chorus 2: Hanover Singers 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4. MARTHA ELOISE ALLEN A gwzllr imil IlHItl1'Kf luilj. l5l5l.A 4. SHIRLEY ANN ALLEN A my nj' tzirvlrn-ii izuil liglal. lflSl.A 33 Cooperative Training Otliee Practice 4. WlLLlANl PAUL ALLEN fPATj Whzlffai in liix frielnli. XVILLIAM ROBESON ALLEN III fBUZZj Smile .mil 106 uorlif imilut u ilb jun: limgfa and tba tviirliei' iluryv uitla grin. ROTC 2. 3: Spanish Club 3. BONITA LOUISE ANDERSON You bdll' xurfa a rlmrmiug nzilurlrr -- sure! .mil afari. Rowland lligh School: l'llA 21 l5'liA 13 lleta Club 2: New llanover lligh Sehool: LTA 3: l'llA W, 4 tllarliamentarian 31: Bible Klub 3, 43 Government Club 41 Spanish Club ig -Iudieial Marshal 3: ,lunior lllay 3 lliusiness Coni- mitteeb: ,lunior4Senior Prom Committee 3 lliavorslg Thespians 31 Thespian Play 4 4l'rnmpterJ: Library Assistant 4. PEGGY JEAN APPLEWHITE I am iriiull I klIH1L,!7Ilf lllJt'Vz'lt'l' I gn, lbr fitlli grou grfwler ilill, latin Club 21 Girls' Glee Club 2: l'lSl.A 3, 4 Vlieaeherk Seeretarvr, THELMA EUNITA ARD 'Iifn' Ylllltlflf IIItllIFll'YN 1iflfrtfn'ffr'u1ri! miuif. llil :X flllli i. 4: Cooperative Utliet' Training Practice 4. 153 l 1 we are seniors WA YNE CURTIS ATKINSON Good humor is gowlmwv and uiolom mmbirml. Football 2. 3, 4. JOHN HOXVARD BAILEY I'oIili'm'ss goes far. ye! roxfx uolbing. ROTC 2, 35 Trade and Industry Club 4. ROBERT HOMER BAKER, JR. The merry bear! mafzefb a flvevrful rruflifefzuvirr. Spanish Club 55 FBLA 45 House of Representatives 45 Government Club 3. JAMES BIALCOLM BALLARD, JR. I rz',qrel offer: lbu! I butt' SflUkl'7IQ H01 rr Ibn! I Im: c' burn sileul. ROTC 3, 4 fRifle Teamjg Latin Club 45 XVildcat Staff 4 QCirculationj5 Audio-Visual Club 45 Cape Fear Rifles 45 Sergeants Club. NANCY LOUISE BARBER AIu'uys a xmiIc' Io f'1'c'ry sfmkvri u,'oriI, and a wil lo ausuxer czrryfbing sbc"x brawl. Girls' Glee Club 25 DE Club 3, 45 "Selling as a Career" Essay Contest 55 FBLA 4. SHIRLEY ANN BARNHILL A xlar fell ou! of Iaeazvu. FHA 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 5, 45 Spanish Club 35 Bible Club 2, 35 Government Club 45 Scribblers' Club 5, 4. MARY ANN BARRON For your 101 able uuuy, an orclriil I0 you. BARNETT BAss QBARNEYJ The joYyfuIm'xS of a man pr11IongrIb his days. ROTC 2, 3, 45 Officers Club 45 Sergeants Club 35 Cape Fear Rifles 2, 5, 4 CSecretary-Treasurer 5. Commander 49. EARNEST XVAYNE BATSON lil ery man is a iolumr, if 3011 kuou bon I0 rum' bim. Football 2, 3, 45 Scribblcrs' Club 4. MARGARET JANE BATSON W'be1l you smile, il'x so delightful, when you lulk, if's so i11.mnf'. Senator 25 Girls' Glee Club 55 Homeroom Chairman 3, 45 Government Club 4 CSecrctaryj5 Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 4 fVice-President 4Jg Tliespians 2, 3, 45 FBLA 51 Twirp Dance Committee 2 4Ifntertainmentj5 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 Wildcat Stat? 2, 3, 4 4Reporter 2, 3, Staff XY'ritcr 435 Operetta 4 fllublicityf. FREDDIE GUY BEACH, JR. Nfl ur oi rr xerionx, noi 100 fri: alvut, iz min' goml felloun ROTC 2. 5 BETTY LOU BELL A roxr witbnnl a lboru. FBLA 3, 45 FHA 2. 136 ,VTP I s , 9 I ,L E Planning to guide us throughout our senior year, our Student leaders take the oath of othcc. and now have AIOHN AI.BERT BENSON I lair' rm! :mm tfu' Iwi, ffl!! lIIlfIH'I' mum' 5tut.Iunt I.'ninn Assistant 3, BENjAMIN XVILLIAM BEST Hun u lm pmwmi tm npirzirm um! tl uiff. GEORGE BIGGS A umm of MUNI' ifrrifi. Spanish C.IuIw 2. RICHARD TURNER ISISSINGER, -IR. Clnml fmnzm' umkiw dll lfiinlqi Mlnulfffu. I..itin Club 2: Cmlf 'Il-nm 2. 1. 4: St-rgc.1nr's fIuh 3: ROTC 1. HUGII ARVIAIIUR I5I,:XC,KI5I,'RN Ili-ln'lv.f1ti f1irrmIf uiwly i1l.1II14.lx-. I'm,iri1wt'II, S. CH: Ihskt-tIu.1II 3: Iit-ta Club 2, 3: MIM' C,Iuh 13 Nuw Ihniixtr Iiigh Sghui1I: IISI A 4: Trade and Industry C,Iuh 4. IJELORES EIAINE I5I.fXIiE fffmzllzrnl win i- lVI'fllI4 I. .NIJ fuungfi nf ll li guuini. MAA 23 Yullt-iIuII 3: Ihukutlull Y: III,-X 3 illt-Iugqtc ui Sure Cvwnxmiiimiz luniur-St-uint I'r-im Cwmmnucu I iIh't'f1r.iliui1w: I'ISI .X 3. 4 IIILIIICIIH IS-turd iuiuinitirt' 4- IIT -1 Qtr , ,af qu.. 1- Is..- 19. 'T' IKL' A the privilege GERALD VINCENT BLIZZARD Pafifvfrm' brings good' forlulze. ROTC 2, 3, 4g Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 OHicer's Club 4, Latin Club 34 Sergeant's Club 3. LEVY PAUL BONNETT Broun buir, lull aml meal. jus! lo kuou' bin! is u heal. CHARLOTTE BOOTH Wfnnlil lben' u'z'rf' mlm' as lrnr' ami sinfrrr as she. Spanish Club 3g junior-Senior Prom 3 QChairman of Favors Committeejg Government Club 43 Library Assistant 43 Oflice Assistant 4. BETTY ANN BORDEAUX The small rolzrfrsirs XlL'l't'll'lI lifeg tba' grvalvr enolllz' il. FHA 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, FBLA 4, Operetta 3 lMalte-upj. BILLY BORDEAUX Ilufzfly go lucky calm' u ba! muy, uilb a vbzwry smilv anal a laughing way. JOSEPHINE A. BOUDREAUX qjop Bcaufy is irulbg frulh beauly. French Club 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, FBLA 3, 44 Wildcat Staff 2, 3, 4 QReporter 2, 3, Feature Editor 4Jg Twirp Dance Committee QChairman of Entertain- mentjg junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fCo-Chairman of Favorsjg Arts and Crafts 23 Book Club 3, 4, Government Club 4g Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 43 Library Assistant 4. NANCY LOUISE BRADSHAW Errry noble Iifc leuzes fbe fiber of if in1f'ru'ozen forever in the work of thc world. Twirp Dance Committee 2 lDecorationsJg Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4 QProper- tiesj, House of Representatives 3 CChairman of Judiciary Committeejg Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3 lDecorationsJg Government Club 33 French Club 35 Scribblers' Club 33 Mixed Chorus 3: Operetta 3, 4: Book Club 4 fllrogram Chairmanjg Hanover Singers 4, Business Staff of Wildcat 4, Telephone Direct- ory Committee 4, Student Court Judge 4 CClerltjg Home Economics Assistant 43 National Honor Society 4. RUBY LANE BRADSHAW A willing helper docs no! wait unlil sbt' is asked. Girls' Glee Club 2: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Spanish Club 3, 4 CSecretary 4jg Government Club 45 FTA 4. ABEL LINEBERGER BRAND Nothing is more simple fban greatness, inrlcrd lo be simple is Io be grval. Latin 2: Football 'lg ROTC 2, Spanish Club 3. JACOB A. D. BRINSON Noble mamrers reflrrf a noble miml. W'ildcat Staff 3, 4 fReporter 31, Trade and Industry Club 4 CPublicity Chairmanj FBLA 3, 4 lSalesmanship W'inner 35, JV Football Manager 2, Student Union Assistant 2, 3, 4. DAVID RONALD BROOKSHIRE Reason and jmlgriwnl are lbe qualities of a lvaaler. D12 Club 4 CVice-Presidentjg ROTC 2, 3, FBLA 4 Q"Selling as a Career Essay Contestj. CONNIE CECILIA BROWN The u'orils of fbe pure are pleasant uonls. Latin Club 2, Girls' Glee Club 23 Mixed Chorus 3, FBLA 3, 4 QTeacher's Secretary 3, 4, Bulletin Board Committee 4, Scrapbook Committee 45. 138 if fe. S of senior steps. LARRY K. BROWN The 'Hrsl tml of a Irulg ,qrml man ix bit bnmililj. ROTC Z, 33 Football 2, 3, 43 Scribblers' Club 4 fTrcasurerJ. MYRTLE JOYCE BROXWN Hrr rlzligblrrmf fum' rvffrrlf a ualural lm 1' of lift-. FBLA 3, 43 Government Club 4. WILBUR GEORGE BROWN I 1:1115 as wall luke my lime, fbvr'r"s a uboh' lift' ubratf of mc. Homeroom Chairman 2. SYLVIA JEAN BRYANT Honor is ilu' reward of zirlur. Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 CDecorationsJg FBLA 3, 43 Gym Assistant 43 Volleyball Team 3, 43 GAA 4. ROSA MARILYN BUFFKIN lu her Iougm' ix Ihr' Inu' of kimlurxv. Girls' Glee Club 23 Government Club 3. LAWRENCE THOMAS BULLA Humlxonn' it as bamlxozm' dom. Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Debating Club 43 Spanish Club 33 Operetta 2, 3, 4: Hanover Singers 43 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fllecorationsjg House of Representatives 33 NCSCC Committee 43 Superlative "Most Attractive" 4. THOMAS PATRICK BURN QPATJ A br'arIyu'01r0un' aim' a jzlvaxanl xmilr for M eryone. Tampa, Florida: Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3: Government Club 33 Band 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 3. JULIE ANN BURNETT A1111 I will befriend you ifl muy, in Ihr' dark and rlomly Jay. FBLA 3, 43 DE 43 Volleyball Team 23 "Selling as a Career" Essay Contest 3. BETTY SUGGS BURRISS Snmolb rum Ihr' walrr uxbcn' the brook is tlvvfl. FBLA 33 lnhrmary Assistant 3, 4. LINDA BURTON A qnirf tnirf' rrflrrlv u f7l'tl!'!'YfllI IldfllY'1'. MARTHA ELIZABETH BURTON They are nrt rr almir fbul un' LlIl'Illl1fIiH1fz"ll In zwlzlc Ibmzgblf. Latin Club 23 Library Assistant 33 Judicial Marshal 33 FBLA 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Bible Club 43 Government Club 4. EIJYTH RUTH BUTLER Vit auinnt. flubllliug and gan. CA.-K 23 Volleyball Team 23 Homeroom Chairman 33 Slay Dance Committee 3 flleeorationsig Latin Club 3, 4 4Program Chairman Si: Scribblers' Club 3, 43 LTA 43 Government Club 43 Thespians 4: Junior-Senior Prom 3 4lJOCUl"3ll0I1SJ. H9 this year JOSEPH VVILSON BUTLER QJOEJ Forlunf' befriends the bold. Cape Fear Rifles 25 ROTC 25 Mixed Chorus 25 T. and I. Club 3, 45 ROTC Firing Squad 2. GLENDA SUE CAIN Grateful in all ways. Arts and Crafts Club 25 Twirp Dance 2 fPublicity CommitteeJ5 Library As- sistant 2, 35 Future Toastmasters of America 35 Cooperative Training and Office Practice 45 FBLA 4. NANCY LEE CANFIELD Suxrvf and sinverr, loyal and kind, another just like ber 3'ou'll nm rr find. Latin Club 25 FBLA 3, 45 Infirmary Assistant 3. ROBERT XVILLIAM CAPPS Quiffnrss marks ilu' mannerftl man. T. and I. Club 45 DO Club 4 fRecreation Chairmanj . WALTER WENDELL CARNEY A good mind possesses a kingdom. ROTC 2, 3, 45 Sergeantis Club 35 Ofl'icer's Club 45 Latin Club 35 ROTC Ball 4 CDecoration Committeej. EDXVA RD EARL CARROLL Sffst fbou a man diligent in bis business? He sball sland zvifb kings. ROTC 2, 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 House of Representatives 25 Social Marshal 35 May Dance Decorating Committee 35 ROTC Ball Committee 3. JOAN ARLETTE CARTER She is Iozml for thc' music in ber voice, the kimlnrss in ber eyes, and fbe genuinfnvss in ber smile. Girls' Glue Club 25 Hanover Singers 3, 45 French Club 3, 4 QSccretary 435 Tliespians 2, 3, 45 Drama Festival 35 Opcretta 3, 4 CLcad 415 Wildcat Rc- portcr 3, 45 Advertising Staff of Wildcat 45 junior-Senior Prom 3 fThcme and Decorations CommittceJ5 Telephone Directory Committee 45 Handbook Committee 45 National Honor Society 45 Government Club 45 Twirp Dance 2 lDecorating Committeej. RONALD JOE CHAMPION Murkml wills a ready smile. ROTC 2, 3 PATRICIA ELAINE CHERRY A thing of lmuily is a joy former. Senator 2, 35 Thespians 2, 3, 4 QTreasurer 455 Band 25 Government Club 35 French Club 35 FBLA 35 junior-Senior Prom 3 QDecorating Committecl. GARY CHESTNUT Your lift' sbull nrzrr lurk iz frirml. PEGGIE ANNE CHESTNUT Cdlmnfss is flu' basis of poise. DE Club 4 lState EditorJ5 Girls' Glue Club 25 Mixed Chorus 35 FBLA 45 I-Iomeroom Representative 4. BARBARA CLARK Enough for mv, my work zrcll Jour. I-10 i faq, nf l'l10UI1l'S EUGENE XVFTLITTIER CLARK Culmllrvx uml xinn'ril-1-flu' ijuulilivs of a lvmlvr. Basketball Z, 3g Cooperative Training and Otlice Practice 45 FBLA 3, 4 1President 49. MARY VIRGINIA CLARK Frm' in wil and bvarl. Latin Club 25 Twirp Dance fDecorating Committee lj, Distributive Educa- tion Club 3, 4: DE Associate President 5, "Selling as a Career" Contest 35 House of Representatives 4. ELSIE LEIGH CLEEVE A uvml filly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silzrr. Girls' Glee Club 2g Mixed Chorus 35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 Arts and Crafts Club 2, 3g Government Club 45 FBLA CSecretaryjg Operetta 3. PAUL POTTER CLEMMONS Wfbutezer ix worfh doing al all is worlb doing well. Twirp Dance Committee 23 ROTC 2, 3g House of Representatives 2, 35 Foot- ball 2, 3, 4g Senate 45 Junior-Senior Dance Committee 3g Rifle Team 2. GARY LAMAR CLINE Thr oulsfamling athlete, infelligerzf scholar, lrue frifml, mm' a Cbrixliau proilnfl. Landis High School, Kannapolis, N. C.: Football 2, 33 Basketball 23 Home- room Chairman 2. NHHS: Football 43 Basketball 3, 4, Homeroom Chair- man 45 National Honor Society 43 French Club, 3, 43 Government Club 4. JAMES LAWRENCE COLEY N01 loo sober, noi loo gay, bu! a rare goml fellow in awry way. Football 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, Junior-Senior Prom 3 fDecoration Committeej. JAMES FRANKLIN COLLIER Of quirl Iaxlv, and mariners mild. ROTC 2, 3. ANNELL CONGLETON Quirlness, lwfrlvrrzess - lbrsc are ber lraiis. RONALD EVERETT CONNOR Gooil umllrnri mi.xml uilb iulvlligvnrr roirrfil u ifb a 1-Inuit of um14'lmliu1ri'. Swimming Team 25 Baseball Team 25 Latin Club 2. CHARLES COOK Slrrliglla in lwilj uml miml. SENA JOAN CORBETT A uurm bvurl, nl frirmllg grin: Io all of ui, rbi' ii u frivml. Spanish Club 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 35 Thespians 2. 3, 4 fCtlSIUH1C Committee Chairmanjg Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 4, FBLA 2, 3, 4 1Board Committee 435 Dramatics Play 25 FHA 23 Junior-Senior Prom CFaxor Committee 395 FBLA CSecretaryJ 3, 4. DONALD A. CORDERO Still uuffrv nm Jeep. Spanish Club 23 Art Club 2, National Honor Society 4, Secretary of Finance 43 lixecutive Committee Member 43 Football Program Committee 4: School Store Manager 4. 141 the completion MARY JUNE CORE She Jeserz es flu' best and puresl Ihings lift' but Io offer. Art Club 25 Latin Club 2, 35 FBLA 3 CTeacher's Secretaryj: Cooperative Office Training Practice 4. MARVIN COSTON Here is a true aml industrious friend. FBLA 45 Government Club 4. BARBARA ANNE CRAWFORD Talkuiizr in speech, uifly in ways, in our lv:-aris shtfll uIzL'a5s xltzy. Thespians 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 35 Hanover Singers 45 Operetta 3, 4g Scribblers' Club 3, 45 Government Club 45 Homeroom Chairman 35 NCSCC 4 CDecorations, Chairman of Coke Partyj5 GAA 35 FBLA 45 JuniorASenior Prom 4 CEntertainmentj5 May Dance 5 fDecurationsJ5 Secretary of Hospitality 4. BARBARA TEAGUE CRAXVLEY Fairrsf of shirt, Ins! in lbt' lruiu of uigbl. Homeroom Chairman 2, 35 Homeroom Representative 35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 55 Girls' Glec Club 2. EAVIE FRANCES CREECH Gil t' ber of Ibm' frail of ber 1107111511 and It-t ber own worftx firuiie ber. Arts and Crafts Club 25 Thespians 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 PTA 45 Home- room Representative 45 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM RALPH CREECH QBILLYJ F1111 of wif and frm, rweryfbiiig be does well Jour. ROTC Z, 3, 45 ROTC Oflicer's Club 45 Sergeant's Club 35 Spanish Club 3. 4: Government Club 35 ROTC Ball Committee 4 CEntertainmentj5 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 Qllecorationsjg ROTC Ball Committee 4 fDecorationsj. DONNIE CROOM Full of lift' nuff fun. NANCY ADELE Fir 1' uerv lzlaml, and fum' lrr11m'He, nml one was ti Xlllll'-X' lilllr Tfllbfilll. FBLA 4 fTeacher's SeeretaryJ5 Government Club 45 Seribblers' Club 45 Home- room Chairman 4. JAMES KENNETH CROWELL, JR. 'Umlzli' zu' ure. ,IHIIIJIF we burr' l7l't"ll, 'umllle ut' shall ei fr br. ROTC 3: Band Z5 Latin Club 35 Debating Club 4. MARY CAROLYN DLANFORD IY'urilx i'illIlI0f uvjnwix bw' irzfiuih' .vzwvli1i'.ix. Bolivia High School: FHA lg 4AH Club 25 Science Club 2: Student Govern ment Officer 2 iTre.isurerbg New Hanover High Selinol: G.-XA 3. 4: Govern ment Club 4. LAETITIA PAY DARDEN il lillli'f1l1i1.lli'nf i1ii'i'lr1i'ii .mil l'!7iIVl7l. Fl'rl.:X 3. 4: Cliopeixuive Otliee Training Praetiee 4. BETTE JEAN DAVIS .lr1.li'zi'r' lfli' Hzunlriz fmirffli' ,1fr.l-Iliff. 142 of three yea rs BETTY LOUISE DAVIS For .ioftumx xbe will .su wi uffrarlii r xqrizrv. Maiorette 2, 3, 4 lSponsor for ROTC Band ZJ5 Latin Club 2: Secretary of Homeroom 25 Scribblers' Club 3, 45 Thespians Club 35 FBLA Club 3 fChair- man of Bulletin Boardj5 junior-Senior Prom Qlintertainment Committee 335 Drama Festival 35 FBLA Essay Contest 35 junior Class Play lFinance Com- mittee 3j5 Student Government Show 35 Government Club 45 Student Union Assistant 45 Science Club 45 Wildcat Staff 4 fAssistant Fxchange Fditor 41. EMMA LAURA DAVIS A lilllt' bil nf gluumur, a charm fbulfv rule nml qnainl. Thespians 2 QMalte-up Committee, Business CommitteeD5 Latin Club 25 Wild- cat 2 fAdvertisingJ: Twirp Dance Committee 2 1Refreshmentsj5 French Club 3, 45 junior-Senior 3 lInvitationsl5 Student Union Assistant 35 Govern- ment Club 45 House Representative 4 CChairman of VVelfarej5 Office As- sistant 4. JOYCE CA ROLE DAVIS Tlmn' grtnwflll uuix, llmxr fbmrxuml tlc'n'r1r'irt lbul llxlll-1 flow from all ber uwznls and acfionx. Homeroom Chairman 25 Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 45 House Representatives 4 fjudicial Committee Secretaryjg Library Assistant 35 Spanish Club 35 Library Club QPresident 335 junior-Senior Prom Invitation Committee 35 Govern- ment Club 45 FBLA 35 Telephone Directory Committee 45 Twirp Dance Committee 2. LAURENS CARL DAVIS A fzunagon of gc'nflz'munly rourlrsy. FBLA 45 Latin Club 2, 35 ROTC 2, 35 Sergeant's Club 3. MARGARET ANN DAVIS Smiling aim' luring alzvayx. Dramatics 2, 45 FBLA 35 Scribblers' Club 3. EMILY JONETTE DEXTER Wixr I0 rrxolzr, aml palivnl lo prrform. GAA 35 FBLA 35 Government Club 45 Library Assistant 4. CHARLES E. DILLON Good nalure is a sign of a big and generous bearl. Latin Club 2, 35 Government Club 45 ROTC 2, 3, 45 Sergeant's Club 35 OfIicer's Club 4. JOHNNIE CHRISTIE DOXVLING Mall is Ibn' only creaturf' l'l1d0l4'l'll wilb fbi' fmzwr' of langbler. ROTC 2, 35 Sergeant's Club 35 NCO Club 3. LINWOOD LAWRENCE DOWNING Tac! comes from goodm-ss of brarl. Trade and Industry Club 45 Sergeant's Club 35 ROTC 2, 3. THERESA ELIZABETH DOXEY Sha' ii I1 uiuxonn' u rl' lbiug. Latin Club 25 French Club 45 W'ildcat Reporter 25 Homeroom Chairman 35 Class Officer 4 lSccretaryQ5 Girls' State 35 Twirp Dance Committee 2 lDecorationsJ5 National Honor Society 45 Valentine Court Z5 NCSCC Ban- quet Committee 45 Student Court judge 3. SARAH ELIZABETH DYE KSARAH BETHJ lvlllfl Ibn' fwfr, all lbiugi tin' fmrf. Spanish Club Z, 35 Band Z5 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fRefreshmentsj5 junior Play Committee fTieltetsJ5 Homeroom Chairman 3: FBLA 3, 4 fTeacher's SecretaryJ5 Chemistry Lab Assistant 45 Telephone Directory Com- mittee 4 1TypistJ5 judicial Marshal 4. DIANE DYSON Sbv lozvi lnuzquil iolilmlf' .mil tnrln ioviefy ai is qnivl, uiw, dllt1g00!1', 143 QV -0' 'Ks 1 WWA of hard work DORA VIRGIIN IA EDEIN S Thr fJHVS1llf0ffbt pr: mi ibm rv ffn pnrmzf 0 vufrlmsx and Ixgbl L1brary Assistant 2 Latm Club 2 J Llbrary Club 2 Infirmary Assistant J 4 EUGENE EDEINS Rmfm Inf and llkc 1 113 all u bo klI0ll. buzz PHILIP RAY EDENS H1 ra IX a trim lI111l1tfl'l0llY rmml ROTC SYLVIA BLAND EDV ARDS 'Ihr' IIZIILIK sl nzarzrzfrv aml fbi gfrlllmt bcarl GAA 2 FBLA 3 4 CBulletm Board Committee Chzurman 4 Teachers Secre tar SJ Wxldtat Staff 4 fl-had Typnstb Govtrnmtnt Club 4 MILDRED VIRGINIA EFIRD Sb: bm u mos! lurwzmlflc um! calm llzvpowllwz Stllmg as u Carttr Contest 3 DE Club 4 fProgram Chcurmanj JE RRY WAYNE EDISON He buzldt or Lbururfar no! or amv ROTC 2 3 Audlo X xsual Assxstant 4 ANNE ELAINE ELLINGTON Good humor IX fbt UHISIQHIC 0 flu' mind Latin Club 2 3 fProgr.1m Chairman 2 Gnrls Glte Club 'P Hanover Smgers 3 4 CTrcasurtrD Optretta3 4 fPropcrt1ts 41 VIRGINIA AGIN ES ELMORE POIlfl'I1t vt aovlv zmlbmq and ganzv Fl 1 xlbmg Tvsxrp Dantt Commltttt 2 FBLA 3 Qlntatlurs Sttrttaryj Goxcrnmcnt Club 4 For us 15 seniors tbis is our lust football pep rally at NI-II-IS. Tonight wc witness our last home football gamt which is to ' played n,.1ix: Iilytttcvi c. l I-H we elect superlcitives GERALD SLOCUM EYIANS Man of pnlili' li'aruiug aml lilvrrul l'Llllt'4Ifl07l. Trade and Industry Club 4 gSecretary 45. ROSA CAROL EVERETT Tlw quid miutl ii rirlwr tlum u rrouvl. CARL LYNWVOOD FALES, WG' knou' lbw' lm! lo like lbw. Band 2, 3, 4. EUGENE TUCKER FARRISS Tlu' mirror of all li1lllfll'XJ'. ROTC 2, 3, NCQ Club 3. BRADLEY EUGENE FARROW Aml as lbe grmlexf only are in bis simplifily slzblime. FBLA 3, 4 lParliamcntarian 33, ROTC 2, 3, 43 Officer's Club 4, Audio Visual Aide Club 4 lPresidentjg Cape Fear Rifles 3g Firing Squad 3. JULIA ETHEL FARROXV A vbararler kvpl lzrigbi aml rlruu. FBLA 3, 4 CSecretary 435 Scribblers' Club 3, 43 Government Club 4: Library' Assistant 4' Varsitv Sweetheart 4' unior-Senior Invitation Committee 3. , , , BILLY C. FENNELL Hervis url ufblvlv, very 7'!'SfJl'L'lt'Ll, silent, slroug, fool, .mtl 4'ollt't'l4'tl. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Spanish Club 3 QPresidentj: Government Club 4g Baseball 2. MURTIS LOUISE FLOYD You but u rm uingi, lm! you tlo things no trrzgrl ronltl eirel. Sophomore Class President 25 Senator 3 CI'resident Pro-Tempore 333 Twirp Dance Committee 2 llleeorationsjg Representative to IQDNCSCC 2: Repre- sentative to NCSCC 3, 4, Martha Halligan Award 2: Co-winner of DAR Award 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4 lCorresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 413 Latin Club 2, Book Club 3, 4, Bible Club 4, Government Club 45 Hanoverian 45 Telephone Directory Committee 4 CTypistjg junior Play 3 lStudent Directory, junior-Senior Prom 3 fChairman of Deeorationsjg Light Bulb Sale Committee 2, Student Congress Secretary 4g Christmas Float Committee 43 National Honor Society 3, 4 lSecretary 435 Co-Chairman of Banquet Com- mittee for NCSCC 4: State Dramatics Festival 3g Superlative, "Best All Around" 4. SYLVIA ANNE FOUNTAIN Her lift' it a summer' mir open lo flue morning 1123. Cheerleader 2, 3. 4 lSeeretary 333 House of Representatives 2, Spanish Club 3: Government Club 4: Office Assistant 35 Seribblers' Club 2: Football Finals Danee Committee 2, 3, 4 fljhairman Entertainment 41. -IOSEY MEL FOY Sinzfrlifili ii ilu' lztnkgrnizvztl of gmail ltzifv. Thespians lg Twirp Dance Committee 2 lllecorationslg HSLA 3 lChairm.in ot the Scrapbook Committeel: Nlay Danse Committee 3 lllecorationslz rlunior- Senior Prom Committee 3 llleeorationslq Spanish Club 3: Government Club 4. MARJORIE A N NETTE FOYLES Tlar fairer! ,gtmlwz in luv' looks .mtl zu lzwr miutl lln' uiitwl bool?-. Latin Club 2: Thespians 2, 4: Twirp Dance Committee 2 rDeeorationsJ: Freneh Club 3, 4: Government Club 4: liool-t Club 4: l"lomeroom Chairman 4: ,lunior-Senior Prom 3 iliavors Committeel: Thespians Play 4. LUCIE ANN FRYAR llur luurl li frm' tmtl llrr at lions iuuel. Mixed Chorus 33 Girls' Glee Club Zg FBLA 3, 4. 145 '!2,""" 29 3 -7. who represent ROBERT VERNON FULK, JR. A shining star, hiding his light under a cloak of modesty. Latin Club 2 fVice-President ZJ3 Thespians 2, 3, 4 QBusiness Manager 313 State High School Music Contest Festival 2, 3, 43 junior Play 3 QStage lV12I'l3gCl'DQ Junior-Senior Prom 3 QCO-Chairman Music Committeej3 Hanover Singers 3, 4 1Aeeompanistj3 Operetta 3, 4 CLead 3, Accompanist 433 Naf tional Honor Society 3, 4 QVice-President 433 Book Club 43 Hanoverian 43 Chairman of Housing Committee of NCSCC 43 House of Representatives 4 CChairman of judiciary Committeej3 Vice-President of Senior Class 43 Boys' State Delegate 33 Superlative, "Most Dependablei' 43 Student Government Day judge 33 Secretary PSTA 43 Orientation Committee 4. ARTHUR WINSTON FUTCH At football a .star and basketball loo. In fact, lh1'rc"x nothing this good fellow ran't zlo. Scribblers' Club 33 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 ROTC 33 Superlative, "Most Athletic" 4. CHARLES PHILEMON GARNER His hmrf is in his work. ROTC Z, 3, 43 -Rifle Team 2, 3, 43 NCO Club 33 OHicer's Club 43 Distin- guished Military Student 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 ROTC Ball 4 fDeCorations and Doorj3 Company Commander of Company UC" 4. ROSE MAE GODWIN Gaulle' in her' manizer anil fair to look upon. FHA 23 Seribblers' Club 2, 3, 43 FBLA 3, 43 Publicity of Operetta 43 Junior Senior Prom 3 QFavors Committeej. LINDA RAY GOFF The jwzwr Io LIl'hl!'l'l'j the will lo uiu. DALLAS BERNARD GORE They that gorern the mot! make the least noise. RUBY GLENDALE GORE So like a flower, xo xuret aml pure aml fair. FBLA 33 Girls' Glee Club 23 Hanover Singers 3, 43 May Court 23 Bible Club 33 Operetta 3. EVELYN IRENE GORNTO QBUNNYJ Inilu.vfrim1.vne.v.v and honor rlolhe ber. Latin Club 23 Twirp Dance 2 QDoor Committeej3 Thcspians 2, 33 Girls' Glce Club Z3 Book Room Assistant 2, 3, 43 Office Assistant 33 FBLA 3 CSCCFCEQYYHQ Telephone Directory Committee 4 fTypistQ. ROSE MARIE GORNTO IIN eyes sez' not jlixl upjvearmirvxg they March you through ana' fbl'0ll,Ql?j if the likes u'hal'x beneath the szzrfare, she makes a friend of you. Band 2, 3, 4 QAssistant Librarian 3, Librarian 4j3 Dance Band 2, 43 Eastern Division of the All-State Band Clinic 3 fDecorating Committecj3 junior-Senior Prom 33 Christmas Float Committee 3. JIMMY GOWER Ifx uiri' Io he hamlimiie, but it'x a great ilml hiiiiiixoiiler in be nice. junior Varsity Basketball 23 Junior Varsity Baseball 23 Basketball 3, 43 Base- ball 3, 43 Homeroom Chairman 4. CHARLES PATTISON GRAHAM li,u'i'lling all in xlrong char'ar'It'r will leinlt'r.ihijr. Latin Club 23 Government Club 33 Book Club 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 4 iCo-Captain 453 Cheerleader 3, 4 qHead Cheerleader 413 Homeroom Repre- sentative 33 President of Senior Class 43 Boys, State 33 National Honor So- ciety 3. 43 Superlative, "Most School Spiritn 4. ROBERT WARREN GRAY Speak lilflv, ilo muuh. Latin Club 2, 146 'SP --fu' gn.. Q 'Q 'fir Q Q .ls the top CHARLES THONIAS CIREENE Quiv! lm! rm! iillix CHARLES HUGO GREER Mighty lilealflf' lvig-bvi1rfi'il, imil iirzvwz' latin Club 2. SYLVIA JEAN GREGORY Ri'xfu'i'fi'i1 aml Iikril lg all u bo krmu' ber. Girls' Glee Club Z: Mixed Chorus 33 FBLA 3, 4 QTeacher's Secretary 4jg Junior-Senior Committee 5 QDecorationsj. SAMUEL T. GRESHAM III In bis fun' I wr ibn' mizp of honor, lrulb and loyally. RQTIIC Z, 3. JIMMY GRIFFIN Lif1"s L1 :ery funny propoxilion, afifr all. DO 5, 4, Trade and Industry Club 5, 4: FBLAQ Homeroom Representative 4. JUDY CAROLYN GULLEDGE O lbw: url llJ4'fi1ir1'r Ibm: the czwiirzg uir rlad in fbi' lreauly of a lbousand sian. Homeroom Chairman 2, Twirp Dance Committee 2 CDecorationsjg French Club 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, 45 Government Club 3, Judicial Marshal 33 Thes- pians Play Cast 3, Junior Play Committee 3 fProgram and Ticketsjg State Drama Festival 35 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fAssistant Chairman of Decorationsjg National Honor Society 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief of Wildcat 43 Social Marshal 4, Home Economics Assistant 4, Publicity Chairman of NCSCC Convention 4, Iixeeutive Council 41 Superlative, "Most Intellectual" 4. SANDRA ELIZABETH GUSTAFSON CSANDYJ Cim dll-J fbing be xo vlvgiuil as in buzz' ffu' uunls ana' In xerir tbrm om"x Self? Twirp Dance Committee 2: GAA 25 Sports Editor of Wildcat 43 Student Union Assistant 4, Spanish Club 4. KENNETH DELANO GUYTON Hr' Jovi ull lbingx well. DIQ 3, 4 lPresident 4Jg ROTC 2, Selling as a Career Contest 3, Vice-President Eastern District DE Clubs 4: FBLA 4. GEORGE RONALD HALL AIFIFI' 11 Jay uilbnul sonietbing uell damn Bible Club 2: Spanish Club 5. SHIRLEY HALL Slit' xpiuzlu, lwvhai rt, izrli as ilu' aught. Government Club 4: GAA 2. GALE TOM HAMMOND Cfrrizlizi' urigirmlzlj it umm. Ilraiimties 4: Thespians 3. 4: ROTC 2. 3, 45 Mixed C.hurus 2: Officer! Club 43 N00 Llub 5: Superlatixe, "Most Original" 4. OVVEN RAY HANSLEY Nun ui lu ,hfilili'm'is . . . I unlilil zvnt1in'lr1fi1ll it llwiiwulrrii u in lrifluv. Tliespians 3. -I: Spanish C lub 2, 39 Government Club 4: Iilil..-X -4, Junior Play Yg I,T.lIN.lI'C8IiX.1l 3. HT of our class. MARTHA GOODE HARDEMAN I um unzllby in my frivmlx. Tweniy-nine Palms High School, California: GAA 2 fVice-President 215 Teen- Age Club 2. NHHS: FBLA 3, 45 Government Club 4. BETTY LOU HARDIN The snuxbim' of lbc' mimi. Barnsville High School: 4-H Club 2 QPresident 215 FHA Club 2 fReporter 215 Beta Club 2 fSecretary and Treasurer15 Sophomore Reporter-5 Chairman of Decorations for Christmas Formal. NHHS: Spanish Club 3, 45 Government Club 45 FTA 45 School Store Assistant 4. JOYCE FAYE HARKER A smile so frienrlly and t"dYIIA'.Yf. Homeroom Chairman 25 Scribblers' Club 2, 45 GAA Z, 35 FBLA 3, 45 Govern- ment Club 4. VERA HARREL Her bear! is as open ui fbi' zlay5 bz'rfr'1'li11gx are all lrur. Homeroom Chairman 25 FBLA 3, 45 Government Club 45 Dramatics Club 25 Scribblers, Club 25 GAA 2. SUSIE HARRELSON A healthy miml, llllllly, and tlixjmxilion. FBLA 3, 4 1Bulletin Board Committee 315 GAA 3, 4 fTreasurer 415 Volley- ball Team 3, 4 QCaptain 415 Basketball Team 3, 45 Gym Assistant 4. ANDREW JENNINGS HARRISS Nfuny follou' when' be lmtls. Homeroom Chairman 25 Latin Club 25 Homeroom Chairman 35 Government Club 35 Spanish Club 3, 4 QVice-President 415 Debating Club 3, 4 fPresident 415 Judicial Marshal 35 Boys' State Alternate 35 NCSCC fhfransportation Committee 415 Student Court Judge 45 Orange and Black Handbook Com- mittee 35 National Honor Society 45 Twirp Dance Committee 25 Junior-Senior Prom fMusic Commitee 315 Chemistry Lab QAssistant 41. REBECCA JOANNE HATLEY A lL'Ul'lldl1llS7IIill'f0V all. FHA 2, 3 QHisorian 2, Treasurer 315 FBLA 4 CBulletin Board Committee 415 Government Club 45 Thespians 25 Spanish Club 35 junior-Senior Prom Clnvita- tions Committee1. GWENDOLYN ANN HAWLEY Gran' in all ber slepx, bl'LIl'!'lI in ber r'y1'x5 in ez ery Xi'XflH'l', iliguily will lore. House of Representativs 25 Accompanist for Operctta 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Hanover Singers 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2 fAccompanist15 President of Junior Class 35 Ecclesiastic of Senate 35 Chairman of Judiciary Committee 35 FBLA 3 QTreasurer15 Chairman of Junior-Senior Prom 35 Christmas Float Committee 35 Bible Club 3, 4 CPublicity Chairman 415 Telephone Directory Committee 3, 45 Operation Honor Week Committee 35 National Honor So- ciety 3, 4 CPresident 415 Delegate to Southern Interscholastic Press Confer- ence 35 Hanoverian Staff 4 fBusiness Manager15 Government Club 35 Execu- tive Council 45 Chairman of Coordinating Committee 45 Chairman of Regis- tration for NCSCC 45 Chairman of Courtesy Wfeek 45 Book Club 45 May Queen 45 DAR Good Citizen Award 4 CCo-W'inner15 Superlative, "Friend- liest" 4. LENA ANN HAYES CSKIPPY1 Whose life was like Ihr ziolrf tural. Homeroom Chairman 25 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Social Marshal 2, 35 FBLA 3, 4 fRecording Secretary 3. 415 May Court 35 Senator 4 fSecretary15 Library Assistant 35 May Dance 3 CChairman of Refreshment Committee15 Football Finals Dance 4 fClean-up Committee1. LILLIE ANN HAYWOOD Gvrlfla' in ber 1m1um'r.v, xlrnng in ju'r'for1rn111n'. Homeroom Chairman 25 Seribblers' Club 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Hanoitr Singers 3: Operetta 3. NICKIE KNAUFF HEATH A IIIAWVY1' brurf Hzukefb 1114111-5' frii'ml,v. STEPHEN LEE HELMS FOVTI er smiling, form er' gag . 148 many are planning SUSIE LOUISE HIGHTOWER Ill! 1111 l1rslu111l1112 1111111 u fwfr' Ihr Irrauh lzrs IBI A 4 Seribblers Club 3 Student Lnmn Assistant 3 Football Finas Ilanu. tlkuiratlng C on11'n1tt1.Ll CHARLOTTE ALICE I'III.I.. b J1111 I mu YCIIIFIIIII 1 sum! 11111 Illlf A1111 ullb biur to l1r0u11 FBLA 4 fsflldklif Seerttarxb INANCY MARIE HOBBS II 1 11111 11qf1f111 11111115 wfln l'l1up1ms eribbltrs C lub 7 Wliud Chorus 3 IBLA '1 4 CTCJCIILFS Sccrc 1 Cooperatiu lraining., and Ofhet Iraetmt 4 Cnrls Clue Club PATRICIA FAYE I-IOBBS Of 111111111111 gfnfle of ll rclzons 'lfllld House of Representatives 2 Bible Club 'P Girls Glce Club Mixed Chorus J 4 FBLA3 4 RAYMOND PAUL I-IOCK A111 111 Ilrl 111111 ulblvlz be ll Illlillfpdilfll loorball " 3 4 Tennis 3 4 Latin Club BILLY JEFFERSON I-IOCUTT F1111 of fun 117111 mzsclm loo ROTC 2 3 4 Sergeants Club Oilaccrs Club 4 ROTC Battalion Ordinance Ofhccr 4 Cape Pear Rifles 3 Cape Fear Rifles Club 2 3 4 Rille Team 4' Government Club 3' Spanish Club 3' FBLA 3' ROTC Ball Committee 4. JOANN HOCUTT Su'1'1'l 1111119111-rrr 105111 111111 kinl zuzolbrr like hfr 51111 ll 1 611-1 11. F .A 3 4. LAWRENCE SMILEY HOLLAIND . A seeker of irulb. Library Assistant 2 33 FBLA Secretary 4: 4-H Club 2. JACK RAY I-IOLLEY A11 all-11r011111l spurt 0 ibn' bm! xml. Football - f 4 fCo-Captain 4j' Basketball 2 3 4' Bascbal 2 . BETTY JEAN I-IOLLIS She' iball buz 1' 11111116 ubrrcz fr xbr' goes. Band -. f. 4: Vfildcat Circulation Staff 4' Judicial Marshal 4' Laboratory Assistant 4: FBLA 3: -unior-Senior Prom 3 flnvitations Committee ' Thes- vians . XANCY LYNYE HOLT 11111101 lim in ,NlllL'Sf tail. Latin Club 2, 3: Bible Club 2, 3 4I'ublicity Chairman 35 FBLA 3, 45 House nf Rcprescnzarixes 4: Cooperative Training and Office Practice 4. LEDA HORNSTEIN Dorf! Izvmu u but In mIIbcr.b11t fbfs 111i,qf1l5 lilzr 11 mir. llramaiies Club 3, 4: Ciuvernment Club 43 Judicial Nlaralial 3: Junior-Senior Pnim 3 cliivitazinmi. 149 for college, JULIA SARAH HORRELL A rose uilb all its xueelness, leaves yet folded. Latin Club 2, 35 Scribblers' Club 2, 35 Judicial Marshal 3, 45 Government Club 45 junior-Senior Prom 3 CRefreshments Committeejg junior Play 3 CPropcrty CommitteeJ5 Twirp Dance CDeeorating Committeej. VERA MAE HOUSTON You are so like a flourr, so gentle, pure, and fair. Thespians 25 FBLA 3, 4 lSecond Vice-President 435 FBLA Business Day Committee fCo-chairman 3, Chairman 4j5 Scribblers' 3, 45 Government Club 35 National Honor Society 45 Selling As A Career Essay Contest 3 lSecond PlaceJ5 Girls' Glee Club 25 junior-Senior Prom 3 fDecorations Com- mitteejg DAR Dressmaking Award 25 Twirp Dance Committee 25 W'ildcat Reporter 2, 35 Student Congress Convention 4 fTypistj5 FBLA Secretary to Teachers' Committee 4. MICKIE RAWNIE HOWARD B111 u xmoolb aml sleatlfuxl miml, ,gentle lbougblx uml mlm ilvxirvx. Homeroom Chairman 25 Judicial Marshal 3, 45 Library Assistant 25 Govern- ment Club 45 Scribblers' Club 25 Thespians 2, 4 CBusiness Committee 2, 435 Library Club 25 FBLA 45 junior-Senior Prom 3 CI2ntcrtainmentJ5 junior Class Play 35 Office Assistant 35 Infirmary Helper 3. EUGENE ONVEN HOXVELL A rare gooil fellow. ROTC 2, 35 Sergeants Club 3. JAMES HGW7ELL You xrlilom full a j'rii'ml like liim. ROSALIE HOXVELL A siurere beurf vloibeil in mirib. FTA 3, 4 fSec0nd Vice-President 4j5 FHA 3, 45 Scribblers' Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Twirp Dance 2 CDccorationsJ5 junior-Senior Prom 3 qRefreshmcntsJ. JOSEPH ALLEN HUGGINS Grml fboughls rome fo him like ifzxfinflx lllId14LIV'A'. Mixed Chorus 25 Hanover Singers 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3: Golf Team 2, 35 Government Club 35 Book Club 45 junior Class Play 35 Hanovcrian Staff 4 lAdvcrtisingj5 5Iunior'Senior Prom 3 CRefreshments Com- mitteejg Thespians 4 CThespians Play 435 NCSCC 4 lTransportation Coma mittee, Chairmanjg Executive Committee 45 National Honor Society 3, 4: Chief Judicial Marshal 45 Orange and Black Handbook Committee 3. RWANDA MAE HUMPHREY Foollooxt' dill, funry free. KATHERINE LEWIS HUNT l'm roller-xkufing on u niilzbouy Homeroom Representative 25 Christmas Float Committee 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Mixed Chorus, 35 FBLA 45 Co-operative Training and Office Practice 4. MARGARET LORENA HURST Hair of brigbl am! golilen bum like ber beurl, ber ujvx tm' lruw. Band 25 Senator 25 House of Representatives 3 qParliamentarianJ5 Telephone Directory Committee 35 Thespians 3, 45 ,lunior Class Play Cast 35 Thespian Plays Cast 35 Essay Contest W'inner 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Social Marshal 45 Hanoverian Staff 45 FBLA Secretary 4:'State Dramaties Festival 3: Seribblers' Club 35 klunior-Senior Prom 3 lcill-Cl1.llI'l11Lll'I of l'ntert.1inn1ent Committeej . PEGGIE MARLENE HUTCHESON Youlrz' om' in I1 million. 4-H Club 35 Scribblers' Club 35 FHA 35 FBLA 3. 45 Gym Assistant 4. LINXVOOD BATEMAN IVES Nez rr' Iroulvli' lr'onl1li', 'lil lroulfli' fI'llIl!7ll'X jon. Band Z, 35 ROTC 2, 35 FBLA 45 Eastern District DE. Public Speaking Con- test f2nd placej. ISO and others RANDALL MAX IVEY Ht' pfnwtiiw IVIJII-X fini' lraifx, ulvoz u ull, iHlt'lligrm'r. PAUL JARRELL I form! no hours lm! nmtonnlml mnzt. ELIZABETH CAROLINE JENKINS Xu luvlrlyk like lbe lwauly of flat' miml. Bible Club 3. 4 lCh.1irman of Social Committee 435 French Club 2, 3, 45 Thespiani 2, 3, 4 QTeleplionc Committee 23, CSound 435 Twirp Dance Com- mittee Z tRefreshmentsJ5 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 QRefrcshmentsj5 ,lunior Play 3 fM.ikeupj: Operettn 4 fNI.xlteupD5 Government Club 3: Vfiltl- CJK Staff 4 l,Business7. JERUSHA PAYE JENNESS QJUDYJ A xwymbol of loyalfj. FBLA 35 FHA 35 GAA 35 Government 4. FRANKLIN JEWELL 4 JR. 5 Elt'V'jUI1l' fberrs when bf' appvarx. Basketball 25 ROTC 2, 35 Government Club 4. LACY WARREN JOHNSON To lite 1l.'ifhlf'Isurr awry clay, and 11t'lerfre! or worry, will :nuke ruth hour twivr as long - no one has lime to hurry. ROTC Z, 3, 45 Cape Fear Rifle Club 2, 3 lVice-President 33. WALTER EARL JOHNSON, JR. The gvrlflrzzfuri ix a Cbrislian protlufl. Football 2, 3, 45 Government Club 3, 45 Band 25 Latin Club 25 Laboratory Assistant 4. PHILIP STUART JONES Ht' Iotrv to Ialk, Io laugh, In playg bc's ambitious ilaougb-lbafi jnxf his uaj. Spanish Club 35 Museum Club 25 ROTC 2, 35 Swimming 2, 45 Band 2. RAMONA JOYE Shi' ii all ger1llt'm'ss am! lvndrr bvarf. FBLA Club 35 "Selling as a Career" Essay Contest 35 DE 4. EMILY SHELBURNE JOYNER The lux: uitb Ihr tlrliullr air. Latin Club 25 Twirp Dance Committee 2 llfntertainmentjg FBLA 3, 4 lBulle- tin Board Committee, Secretary for Teacher 335 Thespians 3, 45 Nlajorette 45 Government Club 4 1Viee-I'residentJ5 junior-Senior Prom Committee llinter- tainment P. BETSY ELLEN KELLY Pvllli' tultl suwl, tluinlvy uml mul. Spanish Club 3, 45 Government Club 35 Scribblers' Club 45 Xi'ilt.lc.1t Staff 3 4Reporteri: ROTC Sponsor 4 tlhndlz Nlajorette 2. 3, 4 rllead Nhjorette 3, 411 Twirp Dance C.omm1ttee5 junior-Senior Prom Committee iC.li.1irm.1n of Nlukiem NANCY CATHERINE KELLY "-iiill iI'i tilltlfllliilg flmllrr-" Band 1. 3: Tliespians 3, 4: Seribblers' Club 2, 35 FI3I.A 3, 45 Goiernrnent Club 41 Twirp Ilanee Committee 4IJeeoration15 junior-Senior Prom Com- mittee ilaiorxr: IJeb.itintg C luli 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. ISI are training GEORGE FREDERICK KENNEDY Orin' a geziflezizafl, aluajs a gmllleuzari. BOBBY DEAN KING A moilrxf man ufzvr lallzs of binmlf. EVA KING Mmlvxly'-a rare zirlne. PATRICIA ELLA KING ,Tis easy enough io he jzlvarafzt wbmz life flows along Iilzv a song. Girls' Glee Club 23 FBLA 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. SYLVIA ANN KING Sl!IL'Ul'll'J aml q11ir'fm'x.v alzow all. FBLA 3, 4. SYLVIA JOYCE KING O11 xporlszliallsbip, sbt xlalzex ber jzriile. Girls' Glee Club 23 Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4, GAA 3, 4 lVice- President 4. KENNETH ALEXANDER KIRBY, JR. Now his serious, he works his way. ROTC 2, 35 Sergeant's Club 3, DE 3, 4 fEastern District Associate Presi- dent 3, Assistant 4jg FBLA 4. BETTY KIRKMAN Inlelligenl, ilrpvmlalvlv, aml all Ihr resf. JOHN BRADLEY KNIGHT Laziglvlrr ix goml, xubolvxofrif' humor ix bellrr, bu! lo be f'i'e1z-fenzjnwuil ix limi. Golf Team 2, 35 Dance Band 2, 33 NHHS Band 2, 33 ROTC 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 4, Government Club 4. SARAH ELIZABETH KOPP Ax merry ax Ihr' ilay ix long. Twirp Dance Committee 2 fDecorationsjg Library Assistant Zg Book Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 45 FBLA 3, 4 CSecretary 42, Thespians 3, 4, Scribblers, Club 3, 4g Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 Qlnvitationsjg Government Club 43 Debating Club 4. RALPH BURTON KORNEGAY He applies himself uwll fo each of bis Iasks. ROTC 2, 3, -tg Sergeant's Club 3, Band 2, 3, 4 QAssistant Property Officer 31, fBnnd Manager 455 Judicial Marshal 3, Latin Club 2, 3. MARTHA MACON LAND QMARTYJ Like ll bm' ibrfll alziqayx l11i::g busy aml friz'mll3' in all rbi' ilorx. House of Representatives 25 Mixed Chorus 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4 Cljroduction Staff 3, Secretary 4, Productions 2, 4, Student Director Zjg Junior Play' 3: Orange and Black Handbook 2, 3 LChairman Hg Government Club 4, FTA 4 qHistorinnQg Telephone Directory -lg Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fChnir- man of Doorjg PSTA Class Representative 3, 4, NCSCC CCo-Chairman of Favors Committeej. 152 . 'wht ,- ,Q-, ga-,,, ,., fini' 1 a U. ', f " .. c V 1 J A' -,,f'.-'i'...21 . ..,,1,,- v . 0 W' 'f ' V gn no ' ,, February brings Saint Vnlentine's Day. For this occasion, the Executive Council presents us Ll dance. Pictured above are Charles Cook and Lynne Ligon, our King and Queen of Hearts, who reign at this event. for iobs. VIRGINIA GAIL LASHLEY Willnzg In 1tlN'k ii Nb ti fr'ii'mll,i mzile. FBLA 3. 4 fSeeret.1ry tu Teacher 3, Bulletin Bond Committee -Hg Govern- ment Cllub 4. JACK BENNY LAXVSON fl HLIVHI lllklff tl7lLll!7t'4'l"fIll Xfflllf. Latin C.lub Z, 35 4-H Club Z, 5, 4 LSCCFCIJYY-'I-FC.lSUfCf 2. 3: Senior Health King 2: County Garden Cbanipion 2, 32. SYLVIA LEE NIARCIARRT CORN I-QLIA I.IiliUXX'I2NISURG Sfn' Li wfn i'zir'iur1i' lilnggfrnzq. Iwirp lhnee C.inn:nit1ee 2 lllecoruiniisig Xhy Ihnee C,nn1mi1tee 3 Iliefreslv nientsig .IuninrfSenmr Dance Cnnimiltee 3 rlpuorsiz Spanisli Llub 31 IHA 3. 4 : I'I'.'X 'l1'ldlILJSPl.lIIS 4. ,IIZRRY I.AXY'RIiNC,Ii IIQITCQH ROTC, I 3 4' Cape It-,ir liilles 2' NC O Club 3' Urlieeris Club 4' ROTK lS,ill l'L1l7l1e1l5 Clmirnian, Reiresliinent c.l1.lll'II1.llI'1 lS.1:i,1ln,n SLJII S-2. DANIEL I-Q. LENXON ,Xu 1rll11.f 1- lfmwiigfifx 1Li'flm'Q,1r11Li,f ffm! Ii .fi 'li In uf III .1 ii ilu' of IVHIIIOV. RUIK 2. -. 4: Sereeanu' C lub 3. 41liO'lf lS,ill Cmniniutu 4. --9 1 T-4 K we choose JEROLD VVHEELER LEWIS He has a disposition that acrepls the ierms of life. ROTC 2, 35 DO Trade and Industry Club 4. EUGEN IA LYNN LIGON In youlh and beauiy, wisdom is rare. Girls' Glee Club 23 Latin Club 25 Senator 2, 4 fSocial Chairman 4, President Pro Tempore 455 Twirp Dance 2 CDecorations Committeejg Social Marshal 35 Hanoverian Staff 3, 4 CClass SectionJ5 May Court Attendant 35 Junior-Senior Prom QTheme Committee 395 Valentine Attendant 35 Orienation Day Com- mittee 35 Orange and Black Handbook Committee 2, 35 May Dance Commit- tee 35 NCSCC 4 QCo-Chairman of Favors Committeej. PERRY DANIEL LOCKAMY Thoughlful, considerate, helll always shine. ROTC 2, 3, 45 Cape Fear Rifles 25 Sergeants' Club 35 Oflicer's Club 45 Spanish Club 3. CLIFTON LEO LONG Sincere, energefie, capable, and well-liked. ROTC 2, 3, 4. LEONARD HARRIED LONG Merrily, merrily, shall I live down. KATHLEEN FRANCES LOUD The reason firm, the lemperale will, endurance, foresight, slrength, and skill. Wellsboro, Pennsylvania: Dramatics 25 Cheerleader 25 Glee Club 25 Gym Club 2. NHHS: FBLA 3, 4 fReporter 435 Cooperative Training Oiiice Practiceg Homeroom Chairman 4. SALLY LUDLUM Few ihings are impossible lo diligence and skill. Latin Club 2 CTreasurerJ5 School Store Assistant 2, 3, 45 Judicial Marshal 3, 45 Library Assistant 3, 45 Book Club 3, 4 QPresident 415 Government Club 35 Bible Club 3, 4 fProjects Chairman 3, President 455 Wildcat Staff 3, 4 lCirculationJ5 Junior Play Committee 3 fPropertics, Scenery, LightingJ5 National Honor Society 3, 45 FBLA 45 Handbook Committee 35 Telephone Directry Committee 4 CChairmanJ, JERRY LUDWIG Doubf whom you will but nerer yourself. HARRIET AMELIA LUMSDEN Her fare shows rharacler, that we admire. Cooperative Training Office Practice. THOMAS ADRIAN MACCALLUM Nothing becomes him ill that he does well. Government Club 35 Homeroom Representative 25 "I Speak for Dcmocracyn Contest 35 Spanish Club 35 Usher at Baccalaureate Service 3. BARBARA ANN MCABEE QBARBJ Be sure you are right, lhen go ahead. W'ildcat Staff 3 1Feature W'riterJ5 Scribblers' Club 2, 3 fReporter 335 Arts and Crafts 2, 3 CReporter 315 Latin Club 2, 35 Thespians 2, 35 FBLA 3 CTeacher's Sccretaryj5 GAA 2, 35 Volleyball Team 2, 35 Basketball Team 2, 35 Representative of State Play Day 2, 35 judicial Marshal 35 National Honor Society 45 Cooperative Office Training Practice 45 "I Speak for Dem- ocracy' Contest 4 Q2nd Placejg Twirp Dance Committee 2 fDecorationsj. BILLY JO MCCLELLAN She halh a hear! as souml as a llell. 154 1431,-w - I-ft l I H46 vc? 6 706, qv-v W Y QA., 'Q sud 'IT-'I calling cards ALEXANDER OLDHAM McCARLEY A Nlfffj life, u iflv ins and nmxbinr. Latin Club 25 Twirp Danee 2 lDeeorationsj5 ROTC 2, 35 Sergeant? Club 35 Ritle Team 25 NCO Club 35 junior-Senior Prom 3 fliecorationsjg Swimming Team 3, 45 Government Club 45 Senator 4 tStudent Union CommitteeJ5 NCSCC 4 1Transportationj. GEORGE JOSEPH MQCLELLAND Ht' lbal u 1-Il lvix uork lwgirzrleib, iz hflter tml be xball winurllr. School Store Z: Christmas Float 35 Spanish Club 3. 45 Audio-Visual Aid 45 Student Union Assistant 45 Government Club 4. HAROLD EDWARD McDANIEL Minh' ii fbi' unit wriul lairgifagt- of murrkiml. lvergreen High Sehool: Band 25 Band Award 2: FHA 25 Bass High School, Atlanta, Georgia: Band 35 Science Club 35 NHHS: Band 45 Government 45 ROTC 4. HUGH ALEXANDER MCEACHERN T0 tlo a grml rigbf, do a lilllf' umng. Nluseum Club Z5 Spanish Club 35 ROTC 2, 35 Swimming Team 2, 3, 4: junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 CDccorationsJ5 NCSCC 4 CTransportationj JAMES VANCE MCGINNIS You bare K1 grwl 111ug11t'iix rn. Sanford Central High School: Glee Club 25 Landscape Club 2 CPresiclentj5 NHHS: Bible Club 3, 45 Hanover Singers 45 Baseball 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Operetta 45 Senior Superlative 4. SYBIL JON MCGINNIS lufnilv rittlnux in it liltlf' room. Latin Club 35 GAA's 35 Thespians 4 lSceneryJ5 Government Club 4. BETTY JO MCGOXVAN lit rr rlwurwiug, ri er urn: Twirp Dance Committee 25 Library Club 35 Library Assistant 35 "Selling as a Career" Essay Contest 35 FBLA 3, 4 CTeacher's Secretary 395 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 flnvitationsjg DF Club 4 4Historianj. WCILLIABT STANLEY MCKOY A jolly gootl fellow. BETTY LOU MCLENDON A pfilitlml aml shining slur-tl tksnzlml of lmilifj. Cirls Cylee Club 25 House of Representatives 2. 3, 4 fCoordinating Commit- tee 495 Government Club 45 Vfilclcat Staff 45 Office Assistant 4. PATRICIA ANNE MCPHERSON Sileurr ix .tut'fler Ibau spfurla. FHA 25 Scribblers' Club 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Government Club 3: Hanover Singers 3, 45 Operetta 3, 4. BARBARA SHANNON McSWAIN Slzft llrigbl, tbz"t tt ills, tlri"i lalkalit v, lun. VHA 25 LTA 2: Twirp Dance Committee Z: Dramaties Club 2: Scribblers' Club Z, 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 School Store Assistant 3: ,Iunior-Senior Prom Committee 5: Debating Club 35 Hantlboolt Committee 35 FBLA 3. -4 fSecre- tary for Teacher 415 Government Club 45 Office Assistant 4. SPIRO JAMES MACRIS CSPEEDYJ To kfmtt tmil not In ilu is .tmallg be lumtu, br tlufi, be sbunifw ns all. ,luelge 25 Chairman of Twirp Dance 25 Football 2. 3, 4: Basketball 25 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Government Club 35 Senator 35 Boys' State 35 Light Bulb Sale Steering Committee 3: lunior-Senior Prom 3 iDecorationsu5 Presi- tlent of Stuelent Body 4: llanoxerian Stafl 4 'Sports I-ditorig Delegate to Xi Eff 3: Superlative. "Best All Around" 4, ISS and measure SANDRA KAY IVIALLARIJ The brigbl t'0HI.SIlHItlft' flourr. MICHAEL EDWARD MALLORY True us xleel. Swimming 2, 45 ROTC 2, 3. 45 ROTC Rifle Team 3, 45 ROTC Sergeants' Club 4 QPresidentj. SARA ELIZABETH MALPASS For soflnrss sbt' bas and sweel affruffiw graft. Girls' Glee Club 2, Hanover Singers 3, 4, Operetta 35 May Court 25 FBLA 35 ROTC Band 23 Maiorette 2, 3, 4 fAssistant Head 43, Social Marshal 4. NOEL MANNING Loyalty ix ber u'afz'bu'oril. Scribblers' Club 2g FBLA 3, Spanish Club 3g Infirmary Assistant 3, Thes- pians 4. NINA LOUISE MARABLE Anil .xlill Ibn' u'om1'vr grrzv, lbul one xlnull bein! voulil furry all sbc knew. Band 2, 3, 4 Qljublicity OHieer and Historian 3, Personnel Oiiicer 415 French Club 3, 4 CVice-President 41, judicial Marshal 3, VC'ildcat Staff 3 fBand Reporterjg Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fllecorationsjg Government Club 45 FBLA 4g Telephone Directory Committee 43 Lab Assistant 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. GERALD MA LONE MAREADY He thinks lo come I0 srbool would be rowing to xvbool numb foo won. Mixed Chorus 2g Hanover Singers 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 3: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 NCSCC CRegistrationl. TOMMY MARSI-IBURN From the frown of his lwail fu lbz' mfr of bix feel, ln' ix all nlirlll. Band 2, 3, 45 ROTC 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4g Radio Club 2g Spanish Club 3g Sergeants' Club 3, Thespians 4g Swimming Team 4. ROBERT GLENN MATTHEWS A zvifling mind, u bear! of golif. Arts and Crafts Club Zg French Club 2, Government Club 3, Usher at Baccalaureate Service 35 Secretary of Student Union 4g 4-H Club 2, 3 QPresi- dent 2, ijg Christmas Float Committee fCo-Chairmanjq junior-Senior Prom lDecorationsj. GLORIA FAYE MAULTSBY Whose Iilllf boil-5' lodged u migbly minil. Twirp Dance Committee 2 fllecorationsjq Seribblers' Club 2, 3g Bible Club 3: GAA's 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 FBLA 35 Commencement Exercises. JOYCE RITA MAY For beanfy lim uilb ltimlnrsx. Twirp Dance Committee 2 fdecorationsbg Thespians 25 FHA 3, 4 CHistorian 33, Spanish Club 3, 4 CReporter 43, May Dance Committee 3 CDeeorationsjg Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 Cllecorationsyg Nursery School Assistant 3, 4: Government Club 43 FTA 2, 3, 4 lTreasurer 2g Vice-President 3, President 43. ELIZABETH ODELL INIARKS Her zirlzzes nluny, ber ftmllx funn Girls' Chorus 7, 3: 4-H Club 2, J. EMILY ANN MERRITT 1YYl'l'Hl'lIf things are rare. Latin Club 2, 35 Library Assistant 2, 3, Library Club 2, 33 FBLA 45 Thes- pians 4 lSceneryJ: Government Club 4: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 fDecorationsjg Bible Club 3. 156 at it 'Sw 5 XV' ?"7 v E7 for cops and gowns, PATRICIA ANN MERRITT A tlanrnzg xlmfw, an image gaj. Social Nlarslial 23 Scribblers' Club Z, 3, 4 lVlCC'PfC9ld3"Il Us Il'l1U3Pl-U15 2, 3, 43 Nlajorette Z, 3, 43 -Iunior Play3 FBLA 3, 4 ilieporter for W'ilde.1t 3, Corresponding Secretary and Advisory Counsel Committee 453 Government Club 43 Vice-President of junior Classg Co-Chairman of .luniorfSenior Promg Student Union Assistant 43 Twirp Dance Committee Z3 Telephone Directory Committee 4. MARIAN JANET MILLAR W'bl'll lm 4' um lozfliesf. Scribblers' Club 23 FBLA 3, 4 CSecretary to Teacher 3, 453 Student Union Assistant 43 Football Finals Dance 4 lDecorationsJ. ALTON EARL MILLIS A goml bvurfx rrorfb galil. ROTC 2, 33 DE 43 FBLA 43 Cafeteria Assistant 2. 3: "Selling as a Career" Essay Contest 3. AUGUSTA LAVERNE MILLIS Small, buf bon' :leur I0 115. MARIAN DIANNE MILLIS Still and quid as u closed flourr. DE Club 43 FHA Club 43 "Selling as a Career" Essay Contest 3. ALYCE YXIONNE MILLS N0 lrgary is xo rivb ax bmivsly. Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 FBLA 3 fStudent Secretaryjg Scribblers' Club Z, 3, 43 Bible Club 4. ARNOLD PRIDE MINTZ Music in bit bones. Football 2, 5, 43 Basketball 33 Baseball 3. CYNTHIA ELIZABETH MOHR A 1l1arL'z'l of bloom aml grace. Nursery Assistant 23 Homcroom Chairman 2: Twirp Dance 2 LIJCCUYJIIOIISJQ FHA 23 Scribblers' Club 23 Cliairman for Business Day W'ork Project 33 GAA 33 FBLA 3, 43 House of Representatives 33 Cooperative Training onset Practice 4. EDYTHE ANNELL IVIOHR Heart lo l'fHlt't'il F, flue IH1I1't'l'XfL1lIL1'llIg to tlirrrl, mm' for lmml Io 1'.xm'1lIl'. FHA Z LRCPCJFICFJQ Scribblers' Club 23 Tlfiespians 2, 3, 4 fProduetions 3, 413 FBLA 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 23 Hanover Singers 3, 43 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 lCl1airman of Refresl1mentsJ3 Operetta 3, 43 Telephone Directory 43 House of Representatives 4 CChaplain, Chairman of Premises Committeej. ELLA GAYLE MONROE I.a14,qb-srnlzrwlf iufn ililfflff. CIAA 3: I-BLA 4 fliulletin Board Committee: Secretary for Teaelier -H. EDXVARD DAVIDSON MONTGOMERY fjR.j I lbiuk. IlJi'ri'fnrI' lam. Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Debating Club 3 iViee-Presidentl: junior Play lixeeutive Council 4 1Secretary of Club Aetivitiesl. CAROL ANN KIOORE .-I im ml flllllf, u lm mg bear! flw lui. Bible C lub 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2: Scribblers' Club 2, 33 fi.-XA's 23 Latin Club 23 Operetta 3, 4 fI'roperties Committee 493 Hanover Singers 1. 43 Government Club 43 lnbrmary Assistant 43 .luniorfSenior Prom 3 iliefresli' INCH! Conimitteel. 157 always CHESTER WAYNE MOORE He can he smart and earnest or foolish with playg he's sinrere uhore all things, whether serious or gay. ROTC 2, 3, 4g Sergeants' Club 3g OECCFS, Club 45 ROTC Ball Committee 3 fChairman of Decorationsj Spanish Club 3. JULIUS RAYMOND MOORE A man of courage is also full of faith. DO Trade and Industry Club: Football 2, 3, 4. JUNE CAROL MOORE The noblest mind the best contentment has. Arts and Crafts Club 2g FHA 2g Debating Club 33 Government Club 34 FBLA 2, 35 Bible Club 2. MANLY MOORE Manly is serious, purposeful, toog he's sineere and genuine, loyal all through. MARGARET OLA MOORE Faith is the force of life. Girls' Glee Club 2g FBLA 3, 4. ROGER BYRON MOORE A man's action is only a picture book of his creed. NHHS Band 2, ROTC Band 25 Dance Band 25 Creative Writing Contest 2, Homeroom Chairman 33 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 flkefreshmentsjg Government Club 3g French Club 3, 45 Thespians 35 Debating Club 43 Swim- ming Team 4g Hanoverian staff 4 fActivitiesJ. HERMAN MARTIN MORRIS, JR. Suit your manner to the man. GEORGE MALCOLM MORSE A merry heart goes all the day. NHHS Band 2, 3, 43 ROTC Band 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3 tPresident 31: Swimming Team 2, 3. BERTHA GWENDOLYN MORTON To know her is to love hers to name her but to praise. Homeroom Chairman 2: Scribblers' Club 25 Twirp Dance Committee 25 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 Hanoverian 3, 4 QActivities Editorj. MARTHA ANN MOTE She's our rose with dimpled fare. Girls' Glee Club 2, Latin Club 2, Twirp Dance Committee 2 QEntertain- mentjz FBLA 3, 4 fSecretary for Teacherjg Homeroom Chairman 39 Scribblersl Club 3, 4 fTreasurcr 3,5 Thcspians 2, 3, Junior Class Play 35 Government Club 49 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 tChairman of Invita- tionsjg Wildcat Staff 4 fExchangc Editor.J ROBERT RAE MUNROE Possessing a uit that lou-ii to play. GILBERT EUGENE MURRAY For they can ronqurr who heliez v they fan. ROTC 2, 3, 4 C-Band Commander -U, ROTC Ball fChairman Entertainment Committeejg Othcers' Club QProgram Chairmanjg Latin Club 2, 3 fTreas- urer Zjg Junior Class Play 3g Band 2, 3, 4, Government Club 3 fSergeant- at-Armsjg Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. 158 keeping HORACE DANIEL MURRAY As 11 frirml ami lwrlprr, br is iiusurfwaswil. Carpentry 2, 3. JO-ANNE MURRAY Kirm'm'ss git rs birlb io kimlmss Library Club Z5 Library Assistant 25 FBLA 5, 4: Government Club 4. DORA MARIE IXIEVILI.. Simplirily of fbarafirr is ibn' nulnral V'l'Xlllf of fvrofolinii' fbrmgbt. GAA's 2 QPing Pong Contestj. JOHN ERNEST NEWTON To br honest, as Ibis world goes, is lo be one man pirlzml ou! of lrn Ibnnsuml. ROTC 2, 3. DAISY NOBLES COI1L'F7'Sdli0ll t'r1r'it'brs mnlrrsfarzililzg, buf soliilzilr is ilu' school Of genius. FBLA 3, 45 Scribblers, Club 2, 3, 45 FHA 25 Government Club 45 Thespians 45 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 Clintertainmentjg DAR Drcssmakerls Award. ROBERT EGAN NORTHROP W'br'n lou' uml skill unrlz logrlber, f'x'fn'4'l a 111uslr1'f1iz'z'r. Ilramatics Club 3 CArt Direetorjg Arts and Crafts Clubg Float Committee. PATRICIA MAE NUNALEE Your Iifc is an uriiz 0 ami frriiliz i' ww. Spanish Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 35 junior-Senior Committee 3 CDecora- tionsjg Bible Club 3, 45 judicial Marshal 35 Thcspiansg Scribblers' Club 3, 45 Operetta. RICHARD OLIVER Au imlizizluul zvifb shining l1HJlifil'Q uilifiu. CHARLES ANGUS OLMSTEAD Wit is fbc' salt of rmzzersatiorz. ROTC 2, 35 Sergeants' Club 25 Cape Fear Rifle Club 2. MARGARET ALICE OLSEN Thou' ubuul ber shall reall from ber lin' pfrfvft uajs of bormr. 4-H Club 2 1'County Council Presidentjg FHA 2, 3, 4 Cl7resiclent 3, state Chairman of Recreation 325 CAA's 2, 3, 4 fPoint Recorder 3, Secretary 495 FBLA 45 Homeroom Chairman 25 Volleyball 2, 3. 4 tCaptain -U5 Basket- ball 2, 3, 4 lllepsi-Cola Team 5, -H5 Gym Assistant 4. RALPH EDGAR OLSEN My lwurl iv like is singing lwirtl. ROTC Z, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2: Hanoxer Singers 3, 4: junior Class Play 3. CHARLES KENNETH O'QUlNN Ht' bulb u blur! u ill: roam: for l'l1Vij joy latin Llub 25 Operetta 45 Hanover Singers 4. 159 In mlncl DALLAS ORRELL True un' xv Aulure Io alll anfnge dressed JOHN E ORRELL and bring Ibn' jfs! and gollztj ROTC 7 3 Spanish Club J KELLY A ORRELL TM beufs of 111411111111 uml NIH! lt 0 gentle H1171 une bolbertd bg Ibn man I 1:1 surf' Homeroom Chrurman 4 DUANE OTEY A frm rzmm' IY former I1 Vlfflll ROTC 2 3 4 SAMUEL EUGENE PACE Hr' lnbnzrx bmml uuclx Ill all nay House of Representatncs 2 3 fPrLs1dtnt Pro Tum 33 Gtlf Team 2 3 4 Student Union Commxttee 2 4 Lntm Club " Nlatnonal Honor Society 4 RICHARD BRYAN PADRICK Grcal men fur mrlmu llcslgqlvd 10 burn Ibn! lbe mrlh maj be llghfcd Senencc Club 2 Latm Club 2 ROTC 2 3 4 Sergeants Club 3 Officers Club 4 Rxfle Team 3 4 ROTC Ball Commlttee 4 B Company Com mander 4 Government Club 4 JOHNNIIE COUNCIL PARKER III B1 bold Ibr' ronqnmmq bero romvs Iatm Club " Football 2 3 4 Spnmsh Club 3 4 Government Club 4 PEGGY JOYCE PARKER Look III lby bear! null u rm Latm Club 7 GAA 2 5 Cvollcyball Captain 33 Sellxng as il Career Essay Contest 3 DE Club 4 CEd1tor and Promotron Nlanagerj Creat1ve Wrrtrng Contest 2 3 12nd place sbort story 55 I Speak for Democracy Essay Contest 4 W1th Sprmg comes student goxernment day VRYIOUS stu dents are elected to responslble mumcxpal and county pos1t1ons Here Lu Anne Howell Ellen Tucker .md XY mston Futch bold 1 court sessnon 160 O I . - - Y fr 1 - - - , n Q -v G ' A. , L. - , K. -In fi , , , , .h , 1 1 - ' 1 ' ' ' S 7 1 1 s ' , Q EQI 1 . . .- ,', 1 ' ' . ' . . ' . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , - . - I U 11 1 1 1 s ' , . T A L + -1 1 v S 1 S ' ' - ' 1 - 1'1 A D - ' 11 X- n -1 1 1 a 1 1 -- Y . Q1 11 1 1 v r - K . ' s , , V' that clay VIVIAN GERALDINE PARKER Ami warm' at Iigbl us I1 fralbrr. Seribblers' Club 21 Cjooperative Otliee Trmining Practice 4. LOIS ELAINE PARNELL Su uelx fo lin' su WI. Ci.-XA 2. 4 1St.ite I'l.iytl.1v in Greensboro, N. CI: Seribblers' Club 2: Ihxket- lull 2. 3: Volleyball 3. BILLY PARRISI-I A runzruilr full uf rm'rrirm'ul. -IACQUELINE PASTIS Q-IACKIEJ A xlnliirunz in u uil1lf'r'x ifuy. Seribblers' Club 2, 3, 4 fProgram Cliairman Hg Dramaties Club 2. 3, 43 FBLA 3, 4: House of Representatives Ig Government Club 4g Debating Club 45 Wildcat Staff 3 CAdvertisingJg junior Play ffvlakeuphg Operettas fN'lake- uplg Twirp Dance Committee 2 fDeeorationsQq -Iunior-Senior Prom 3 Cllnter- tainmentlg FHA 2. ELIZABETH HOWARD PATERSON With Uri so Jeep ami blur and honor HCI er failing. Latin Club 23 Twirp Dance Committee 2 fDecorationsjg Tliespians 2, 3, 4 QCo-Chairman of Scenery 5g Student Director 35 Productions 455 District and State Dramatic Festival CCast Hg junior Play Cast 3: Creative Vfriting Content 2, 3 4Finals 2, Sb: Iireneb Club 3, 4, Scribblers' Club 3, 4: junior- Senior Prom 3 Cflmvorxlg Government Club 43 Debating Club 45 Homeruom Cluirmnn 4, H:4noveri.in Stuff 4 fSubseriptionsjg National Honor Society 4. IDONALD MEDFORD PATTERSON W'lml jon ilu .ilill lu'Hi'r.i wha! is ilurir. Ihsketbnll Z5 Ifootball 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM FRANCIS PEARSON Mr lfzinks the uvnrlil uui :mule for fun. DO Trade and Industry Club 4 QVice-Presidentjg IS.1sItetb.1ll 25 I'I5I.A 4g DO 4. CURTIS ROSALIND PETERSON, JR. Thr' mirror of all rourlcsj. Mixed Chorus 2, Hanover Singers 3, 43 Opercttzi 2, 3, 41 Swimming Team 2, 3: ROTC 2, 3. 4: NCO Club 3. JACK EUGENE PETERSON In ffiotfmll be ii rcvmu mul, Juv to his agiiilyg in bis vinilirv, M07 br nftru tzilrnunix us brrauw of bis abiliij. Government Club 4g Football 2, 3, 4. KAY FRANCES PETERSON Tfn' fuircxl uf vlars. Mixed C liurus i. VIRGINIA FRANCES PETERSON To tbf pun' all fbingt are pure. CAA 2: ,lunior-Senior Committee 3 rlnvitationspg IZISLA 4 1Seeretari for Texeber I. XVILLIAM SHERXVOOD PHILLIPS Nez rr It UVVj.!1t'Il'Y'l'dYt'. !i1izrilri1i5,if3rui Jun-. Iiimtbmll 2. I6I of days- NIARY ELIZABETH PIERCE Hrr1"x a :Loman like u Jun' zlrop, xbe's purer llmu loc purexl. FBI..-X 3, 45 Bible Club 4. MARION XVESLEY PINER Mun of polih' Ieurllirzg will a 1il1t'ml i'ilm'.1lion. ROTC 4, Band 4. JEROME GARRIE PITTMAN Ilvlz' Iifr. Football 3, 45 junior-Senior Dance Committee 3 1RefreshmentsJ. JULIA PAYE PORTER II'x !Iil'f'10 be mllural when J0ll,l'l' Ilalfllldlllj Hin. GAA 2, 35 FBLA 3, 4 fChairman of XX'ork Projects 35 Vice-President 4j5 National Honor Society 4. BESS PEARL POVVELL RFvfIIIl'II1Cllf rrvalex bvaulj U1 era zL'berr. Latin Club 25 Homeroom Chairman 25 Thespians 25 Twirp Dance Commit- tee 2 CDecorationsj5 Senator 35 Operetta 2, 3 1Publicity 3j5 French Club 35 District High School Piano Contest 2, 35 State High School Piano Contest 3, 45 Girls' State 3 fAlternateJ5 Telephone Directory Committee 35 Social Marshal 45 Orientation Day 4 QChairmanj5 May Dance Committee 3, 45 Housing Committee NCSCC 4 fCo-Chairmanb5 W'ildcat Staff 4 CNews Editorjg ROTC Battalion Sponsor 45 ROTC Ball Committee 4 fDecora- tionsjg National Honor Society 3, 4 CTreasurer 49. CAROLYN ANNE PRETLOW A quam! paflzagr lL'fAlf7f7l'lI' wilb gltuuor will rbarm. Thespians 2, 35 Arts and Crafts 25 Twirp Dance 2 fDecorationsb5 Manger Scene 35 "Teachers' Guide" Cover 35 May Dance 3 QDecorationsj5 Junior- Senior Dance 3 CDecorationsj5 House of Representatives 2, 45 NCSCC Com- mittee fHospitality and Decorationsj5 FBLA 45 Christmas Float 4. BARBARA ANN PREVATTE Au imfuslrioux helper and a simvrr frirmf. GAA 2, 3, 4 fReporter 435 W'ildcat Reporter 2, 45 Thespians 35 House of Representatives 35 FBLA 3, 45 Scribblers' Club 45 Government Club 45 Bible Club 4. IRIS JEAN PRIDGEN My nature is low and Iigbl. DE Club 4 fSecretaryJ5 FBLA 3, 45 GAA 2, 3 QVolleyba1l Captain 3, Basketball Captain 33. PEGGY ANN PRIDGEN A vherrful look makes a dish u fcntl. Seribblers' Club 2, 3, 45 Thespians 2, 35 Government Club 4. TERRY GRAY PRIDGEN Iul1'1ligrm'r, inilinlire, and leadership Jislinguixb you. Hanover Singers 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2. 3, 45 Twirp Dance Committee 1 ILJOOFIQ junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 QDec0rationsJ5 Spanish Club 3, 4: Govern- ment Club 45 Senate 3, 4 fPresident 415 Coordinating Committee 35 Execu- tive Council 45 Telephone Directory Committee 45 Superlative 4. MARY ELIZABETH PRIEST My bear! is an open book. Spanish Club 2, 35 French Club 35 Government Club 35 FHA 35 Scribblers' VIRGINIA MAY RAINES Her hair ix no xuunier lbau ber beurl. Club 3. Homeroom Chairman 25 Latin Club 2, 3 1Treasurer 335 Scribblers' Club 35 judicial Marshal 35 Thespians 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Prom Committee 1Deeora- tions and InvitationsJ5 junior Class Play Committee 3 fPropertyl5 Senator 45 Coordinating Committee 45 ROTC Sponsor 45 May Court 4 QMaid of Honorjg Government Club 45 Superlative, "Most Attractive" 4. 162 'uv snap' graduation DONALD ELLIOTT RANISEUR l w happy abou! fbf u bolt lbmg Xiixtd Chorus Optrttta 7 3 4 Hanoxer Smg.,trs 3 4 CLAUDE MCDON ALD RAN DOLPH Llml brrcs a hand 1111 lrutlg Tlflltl ROTC " 3 Band 2 SYLVIA DIAINE RAPER Mmlcsfj IX H11 1 mm umm of fbf bolt I tnelx Club I FBLA 3 4 fSeertt.xrx to a Ttaelmej ludieial Nlarsia Cooptratnt Training Ofhee Practice 4 National Honor Society 4 BETTY RUTH RAY You Sllllll and lbs' angels Slllg Spanish Club 7 3 Cooperative Oiiict Training Practice 4 FBLA 3 FRANKIE EVELYIN REAVES Gee but 3011 ve suell Bible Club 4 PRISCILLA HALE REAVES Lllllc' lady Make Billet f' House of Representatives 2 Girls Glct Club 2 Mixed Chorus 3 FBLA 3 4 Setrttars 4j Football Finals Dance Committee fDteorationsQ ANN CLIFF REDMAYNE l flwrf' vwr was a hrurl in Ihr rigbl plan' if 5 yours. Twirp Dance Committee 2' Operetta Z fMake-up Committeey' unior Class Pay I CPropertiesj' French Club 3' junior-Senior Prom 3 CInvitations Committeej' Thespians 2 3 4 QCU-Chairman Property Committee 3' P O- ductions -. 4J' Homcroom Chairman 4' Judicial Marshal 4' Government Club 4' Telephone Directory Committee 4 CCoverj' Handbook Committee 4 fCoverD. ERIC COLON REEVES Calm quiet and wry likable. ROTC 2 3. AIN IN E ELIZABETH REGISTER Your Allllll' makes fbz' flouzlx mul ilu' xbtuloui 077 high luke 1L'l7lgS. FBLA I: Tl espians 2 3' Government Club 33 Twirp Dance Committee 2 fllecorationsj' junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 CMusicJ' Homcroom Chair- man 3' House of Representatives 4' Ofhce Assistant 4' XVildcat Staff 4 As- sistant Sports Ifditorj. KEWIN ETH REGISTER The gnrj 0 rm, fupuciozu miuil. Basketball 23 DO 45 DO Trade and Industry Club 4 Cllresidentp. MARY JO REGISTER A llfflv uurmtb, 4 lililv ligbl of lulfi beslouiug. FBLA 4. ROBERT GLEN REGISTER A golilrn mimi Hoops not in ilu' shun' of Jmis. DO Trade and Industry Club 4 INominee for State Committeej. I 163 u willie sees many MONA ERLINE REID A iluugbler of fbi' gails, iliz iurly fall and most :liz incly fair. Vice-President of Sophomore Class 2: Latin Club 2: Twirp Dance 2 lCo- Chairman of Publicityj: Senator 3 lW'elfare Committee, Chairmanj: Dele- gate to FDNCSCC 3: May Dance 3 lDecorationsj: junior Play 3 qBusiness Managerj: FBLA 3: Lightbulb Sale Steering Committee 3: Social Marshal 4: Junior-Senior Prom 3 CDecorations: Co-Chairman of Chaperonesjg Float Committee 4: NCSCC 4 fDecorationsJ. BARBARA REID RIVENBARK A u iffy u'omun is u Irrusure: a uilij bftlllfj' is a power. Thespians 2: Spanish Club 2: Twirp Dance Committee 2: Essay Contest 2: Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: junior Play 3 lProperty Committee 33: FBLA 4: Office Practice Class: Christmas Float Committee: National Honor Society 3, 4 fScrapbook 41. ELMA AUBREY RIVENBARK, JR. spi-wb is .iili er, silwzvr is galil. Government Club 3: ROTC 2, 3, 4: Sergeants' Club 3: Oflicers' Club 4: ROTC Ball 4 CChaperone Committeeb. DON LEIGHTON ROBBINS His spiril slugs s bigb u ben ours goes ilouu, PATRICIA ANN ROBBINS Mnsii' is urll saiil lo lu' fbi' spewb of angels. Latin Club 2: Girls' Glee Club 2: Seribblers' Club 2. 3 fSecretary SJ: FBLA 3 lSerapboolt Committeej: Mixed Chorus 3: Hanover Singers 4: Operetta 3, 4: Bible Club 3, 4: Thespians 2, 3, 4 CProgram Committee 4j: Junior Play 3: Twirp Dance Committee 2 flfntertainmentj: Government Club 4 fPro- gram Chairmanj: W'ildcat Business Manager 4: Vfildcat Staff 2, 3 QRe- porterb: FTA 4. KATIE RAYE ROBINSON Shi' bus lln' krmrlc of making friefnls. Transfer, Rocky Mount . . . NI-IHS: Government Club 3: Scribblers' Club 3: Bible Club 3. SHEILA ELAINE ROBINSON The fmrsnif of flu' fverferl is ilu' fmrsuit nf su'ei'fui'ss illlil ligfrl. Latin Club 2: FBLA 3: junior-Senior Prom 3 flnvitationsj: Twirp Dance Committee 2 CDecorationsJ . ANNIE EVELYN ROOKS The sfviril' is irliliwl uilliug. Girls' Glee Club 2: FHA 2, 3 fSong Leader SJ: judicial Marshal 3: FBLA 3, 4: Cooperative Training Office Practice 4: "I Speak for Democracy" Con- test 3. NANCY CAROL ROOKS A goorl laugh is sunsbim' in a house. VVILLIAM MALVYN ROOKS He's funny al limes, be rb11i'kli'.s izml shakes: be jusf loufs illlflljff no sjveeilirrg and brulzes. ROTC Z, 3: Cape Fear Rifles 2: NCO Club 3. ROBERT EUGENE ROSENSTEEL Au bones! mim's flu' nobles! uork of Gail. Latin Club 2, 3 1Vice-President 2: Secretary U: ROTC 2, 3, 4: Outstand- ing lst Year Cadet 2: Sergeants' Club 3: Officers' Club 4 4PresidentB: ROTC Ball Committee 4: Distinguished Military Student 2, 3, 4: Battalion Ifxecutive Oflicer 4: National Honor Society 4. EVELINE CLARK ROSSON CEVEJ pls lmre as il pearl illlil in fn'rfi'i'l: il lrnli rmlrli' tmil imzuui nf girl. House of Representatives 1 lStudent Union Committeej: Latin Club 2 lI'resident5: 3rd Prize. Garden Club Poster Contest Z: Twirp Dance Ciommil- tee 2 illeeorationsj: Social Marshal 3: Homeroom Chairman 3: Goxernment Club 33 ,lunior-Senior Prom Committee :Co-Chairman of Decorations 35: Girls' State 3: Delegate to Southern Interseholastic Press Association C'onferA ence 3: Manager Scene 3: 3rd Year Art Award 3: Book Club 41 NCISCC' 1Co-Chairman of Decorations 45: Christmas Float Committee 4: Ifditor-in- Chief of Hanoverian 4: National Honor Society 3, 4. I64 in 3- 11" My receive KIMBALL KIVETT ROYAL AIt'1'1'iVNl'!lf tfivfrelr glunnz. Band Z, DII 4, job-Application Contest, Durham. ELNEDA RAY RUSS 1li'r1ift'ixf11H of ualm bfdllfj- Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, ITBLA 3, 4, Operetta 3, Student Union Assistant 2, 3, 4. ELSIE PAYE RUSS Nothing ruilurrx lm! jverxorml qualifies. Government Club 4, Latin Club Z, Library Assistant li I-ibfklfy Tea Com- mittee 2, FBLA 3. .IA MES VICTOR SANDERLIN Ax ufzrigbl ax a fvcfur. ROTC 2, 3, 4, Cape Fear RitIes 2, 3, Honorary Member Cape Fear Rifles 4, Sergeants' Club 3, Officers' Club 4, ROTC Ball Committee 4 fDecorati0nsj. BETTY GAYLE SANDERS Quick and Iitwlty, happy and gay. GAA 4 CGym Assistantj. MAURINE HAMPTON SCOTT Her swift' ix Ihr' xu't't'les! thu! cz rr um, Iireneh Club 2, 3, Twirp Dance Committee 2, junior-Senior Dance Commit- tee 3, W'ildcat Staff 4, Government Club 3, Homeroom Chairman 2. EMMA JOYCE SESSIONS Yfllliff' net er gloomy, 1101 er blur. Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, FBLA 4. EMILY RUTH SESSOMS Tun 1n11.iit'al bimilx aml i'ye.i lo hike fbi' vurlbfv ILUPILIFI' uillr ufrprixe. Girls' Glee Club 2 fAccompanistj, Mixed Chorus 2 fAccompanistb, Hanover Singers 2, 3, 4 CAccompanist 2, 3, 45, Latin Club 2, Thespians 2, 3, 41 Operetta Accompanist 2, 3, Twirp Dance Committee 2 fDoorJg Junior Class Play Pianist 3, Book Club 3, 4 fVice-President 41, Junior-Senior Dance Com- mittee 3 CCo-Chairman Musicj, Operetta 4 fStudent Directorj, Government Club 4 CParliamentarianj, Thespian Play 4 fSound Committeejg Telephone Directory Committee 4, NCSCC 4 lRegistrationJ: National Honor Society 4. BARBARA ELLEN SHAW' Trufb ir migbly and u ill pre: ail. Girls' Glee Club 2, Bible Club 4, FBLA 4, Government Club 4, Scribblers' Club 4. ANNE MARIE SHELTON Charm strikes fbi' xigbf, bu! meril uint the mul. Girls' Glee Club 2, Hanover Singers 3: GAA 2: FBLA 3, junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Thespians 3, Latin Club 3, Government Club 4, Operetta 3, Operetta Publicity Committee 4, Twirp Dance Committee Z. GLORIA PAYE SHEPARD Mtulrwri-Ibn'fir1ular1tffu'rft't'l flnurr nf nublt' t'btln1z'It'r. Library Assistant Z, Library Club 2, W'ildcat SMH 2 fCirculationj, Scribblers' Club 3, Orliee Assistant 3, FBLA 3, 4, Cooperative Training Office Practice 4. EVALYN INIONTREYS SIMPSON The pink of f7f'fft'flinn. Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee Club 2: FBLA -+1 Thespians 3, Vfildcat Busimss Staff 4 1.-Xdvertising Manageri: Arts and Crafts 3: ,IuniorASenior Dance Com mittee I rllecorationslg May Dance Committee 3 flieeorationsjg Governmtnt Club 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Scribblers' Club Z, Operetta 3. 165 awards CORA ANNE SKIPPER A qziiei aml hcurilifiil uiiml. FBLA 35 DE Club 4 QTreasurerj5 "Selling as a Careeri' ES935' COUICSY 3- EDITH LAURIE SLADE QLAURAQ Sweet aml friemlly ihis peiiir- Iiffle miss, Arts and Crafts Club 2. ANDREW ALEXANDER SLOAN The joyflllflrxx of u man 1'u'0l0ugi'lh hi.: iltijx. ROTC 2, 35 Baseball 35 Football 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Operetta 45 Junior- Senior Prom Committee 35 FBLA 3. CONSTANCE LOUISE SMITH Thou hast Ihr' xu'evli'x! face Vw ez er loolzfil iijmri. GRACE SNEEDEN The qziivl miml is rii'h1'rlhul1 ii r'r'0u'u. Library Club 25 Library Assistant 25 Bible Club 2, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4: Government Club 45 FTA 4. ARTHUR LEROY SNOW S0 nourhalurzt aml ziiify. Cape Fear Rifles 2, 3 lPresident 355 Tennis Team 5, 45 ROTC 2, 3, 45 Of- ficers' Club 45 Sergeants, Club 35 Cape Fear Rifles Drill Team. CARLTON SOOTS He lows lo ialk, fo laugh, lo play. SAMUEL DENNIS SOUTHERLAND, JR. Young in years, in jmlgnzcril old. CHARLES HERBERT SPENCER He's something wholesome, sincere, and fine. ROTC 2, 35 FBLA 45 Cooperative Training and Office Practice 4. MARIE STALVEY She that has patience, has what ere shi- uill. LINDA ALYCE STANLAND Alivuyx us nm! as iz pin. FBLA 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Scribblcrs' Club 3, 45 Thespinns 25 Governm nt Club 45 FHA 25 Junior-Senior Prom 5 Clnvitationsb. HUBERT CURRIE STANLEY Give him a luxk uml ii will he dime. French Club 2, 45 Arts and Crafts Club 25 Government Club 45 Junior Senior Prom 3 QDecorationsj. 166 on honor clay. HELEN DEINIETRIOS STEFANADIS Grn1.l-11.1l1m'Jurzilgmlllu. uell lilzutl If-x bvr'ult1i.i. Girls' Glee Club Z: Thespians 2, Seribblcrs' Club 2, 3: FBLA 3. 4 4.Treas- urer -U: Cooperative Trianing Oniee Practice 4. TERRY XVALTER STEPHENSON Ifx niet' lo luke life as il comes. Spanish Club 3. CAROL ANN STEXVART If ii :uri ltilrul In rnlzwul my flmugbli. FBLA 3, 4g Bible Club 4g Government Club 4. CHARLES MELVIN STOUDENMIRE A u illingrwsx Io Jo bit jmrl. ROTC 1. JAMES TOBERT STOUT W'nrfz well dom'-glory u'nl1. ROTC 2, 3, 43 NCO 3g Sergeants' Club 3g Latin Club 2, . JOANNE MARY STRAHLER I pnlzfvif my farurl inlo a song. Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Hanover Singers 43 Opcretta 2, 39 FBLA 2, 5. TINY LOUISE SUGGS Gentle' of apf'1't'b, l1i'ui'fia'ii'r1l of mimi. Charles I.. Coon High School: Class Officer 2, 3 fSeeretary 2, President 315 Band 2, 3: Hall Monitor 3: Sophomore Prom Committee 2, junior-Senior Prom Committee 3: New Hanover High School: FBLA 4g Government Club 45 Teaeher's Secretary 4. VICTOR THADDEUS SULLIVAN I Jan' ilu ull lbu! mtg IIUVIHIIE' u man. ROTC 2, 3, 4 CPlatoon Leader 4j, Spanish Club 35 Officers' Club 4, Bible Club 2g Sergcants' Club 39 FBLA 39 Government Club 3. ALIDA DANIE SWART Defzlb uuil laeaulg pain! a jmrlruii of lozelirzifit. Twirp Dance Committee 2 fChairman of Decorationsjg Homeroom Chair- man 3, 45 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 CDeCorationsjg Spanish Club 3 fViee-Presidentjg Thespians 33 Government Club 44 National Honor Society 45 Slay Court 45 ROTC Sponsor 4 fCompany CQ: Christmas Float 4 fCo- Chairmanjg Hanoverian Staff 4: Secretary of Treasury 4, judicial Marshal 33 junior Play 3 rI'ropertiesl: NCSCC fCo-Chairman of Decorationsjg Tele- phone Direetory Committee 4: ROTC Ball 4 flleeorationsj. CHARLES EDGAR SWART Rrflri ting jury in rirrvx uni. ERNST MICHAEL SVVART F1111 of fun will misrlaief loo, MARY ANN SVVART Noble tI'i'r'ilK t'rn1i'i'uleilun' mm! vvti'rnn'tl. I.atin Club Ig Seribblers' Club 2: Arts and Crafts 3, 4: Thespians 3, Debat- ing Club 3: Spanish Club 3, 41 Slay Dance Committee 3 Kljeeorationsjz ,lunior'Senior Prom Committee 3 llleeorationsjg I'I.1I1dbo1ik Committee 3: Tele- phone llireetory Committee 45 Homeroom Representative 3 fChairman of Grounds Committeepg ,Iudieial Marshal 4, Government Club 41 National Honor Soeietv -bg Operetta 4 rI'ublieityJ, 167 1-.np -mdk' ,K N vm 'COW' 'PPD SOOI1 ROSEMARY KERR SXVISHER 111115 amf t'AIVl'fft't', COIIIF u buf 111113: .vbe laughs il offffbtzfs juxf bw' 14113. Band Z, 3, 4, Hanover Singers 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Government Club 4, Theepians 2, 5: Book Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4. RICHARD TAGLIERI KlIfIM'l0t1,2F is fmzvvr. ROTC 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Audio-Visual Club. DAVID RAY TARTT A 111igbly fini' tl1xf1r1xifi1111. T and I Club 4, Homeroom Chairman 4, DO Club 3, 4. SI-IELTON RAY TATE Ht' Inn .wurlv 1111 Ilflfilflhfit' ll1lfllV'I'. ROTC 2, 3, 4, Sergeants' Club 3, Otlieers' Club 4, I'l5I.A 3, ROTC Ball Committee 41 Government Club 4. WILLIE ANNE TAUNT Slvvef 111111 f1'i1'111llAv ix 5612 Cooperative Training and Ofiice Practice 4. JEANETTE GRACIE TAYLOR Sure! 11x ilrzc' .vbnl 111 11 lilfs g1111f1'11 rtzre. Thespians 2, 3, 4 QPresident 43, Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 2, Presi- dent SJ, Latin Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Iunior- Senior Prom 3 CFavors Committcej, judicial Marshal 3, Winiaer of "I Speak for Democracy" Contest 4, State Drama Festival 2, 3, Thespian Play Casts 2, 4, Debating Club 4, FBLA 4, Government Club 4. JUDITH ANNETTE TAYLOR A l11'u11fif11l fave ix LI silrlzl 1'r11111111111J. Thespians 2, 3, 4, Scribblers' Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Government Club 4, FBLA 4, Debating Club 4 fVice-Presidentj, Latin Club 2, 3 ,Reporter 33, Homeroom Chairman 3, W'ildcat Reporter 2, 3, Nursery Assistant 4, State Drama Ifextival 2, 3, Thespian Production 3. LUTHER HILL TAYLOR, JR. QBILLYJ A frieml, a ,2l'llfI!3l!lt1ll, 1111111 111011' um you 1113? ROTC 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4, Sergeants' Club 3, Government Club 4. COSTAS BILL TCHOUROS AY0l1l'h1IILll1f 11111, i111fij'e1'1'11l-1111! bon' be pulx if 01 r'r.' Latin Club 2, Homeroom Chairman 3, Government Club 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Debating Club 4, Twirp Dance Committee 2, junior-Senior Prom 3 ,Decorating Committeej. GERALD XVEISS TEACHEY QGERRYJ Pep, p1111vb, LIIIII p1'1,x0111111l-3. GAA 2, 3, 4 fPresident 43, FHA 2, FBLA 3, 4 QTeacher's Secretary 3, 43, Volleyball 2. 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Superlative, "Most Athletic" 4. LENORE ELAINE TEACHEY Sfrfll be 1111'1'1'j, xf11"ll lu' five. Norview High School, Norfolk, Virginia: Creative YY'riting Club I, Norxitu Plays Club 2. 3, Senior Play 3 flight Teehnicianh Dramatics Club Play 2, lIIII'AlIIlI.lr.1l Basketball I, 2, NHHS: GAA 4, Thespiani 4. ERLE NWHITEI-IEAD THOMAS .fl 111.111 ll 1111 1111111Vv f1'11'111li, Latin Club 21 House of Representatives Z, ROTC 2. 3, 4, Sergeant! Club 3 :Sergeant-at-Arnisb, Officers' Club 4: ROTC Ball Committee 4, ROTC Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. 168 ' w i 3 ',,a'f,l5 2 Mya , Millions of sparkling stars, a stairway to the heavens, blue tinted water in a silver pool, and the formal attire of the honorees, all characterized a most memorable umor Senior Prom. each senior JANE SHEPARD THOMPSON Bmulg it fbi' 7IIL17'k Gulf idx mx iirlzmzzx. Homeroom Representative 2g FBLA 3, 43 Cooperative Training Oflice Practice, MARY PATRICIA THOMPSON The lmml Ilia! fmlb nmilz' jun fair balfz nmilv you gnoil. Girls' Glee Club 23 Latin Club 25 Seribblers' Club lg FBLA 3: Mixed Chorus 35 Operetta 3 fNIake-up Committeej. PAUL EDNWARD THOMPSON If I .sfmol uf fbi' mu, I mug bi! tl sfur. Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School: Homerrmm Chairman lg Audio-Visual Club 2, 3: NHHS: Swimming Team -lg Hi-Y 4. SYLVIA JUNE THOMPSON .fl runny SIlIf1t',L'llll'I'TII,Q rmuzwy gum! ffzlffl. Senator 23 Seribblers' Club 2, 3. 43 Thespians 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 4 1Tre.1s- urer -H3 llomeroum RCPFCSCITIJITXC 33 FBLA 3, Twirp Dante flleeurauuns Commirzeepg junior-Senior Prom 3 fl.nrerr.uinment Commirteelz birls' Cilee Club 2: Cmvernment Klub 33 Wiileleat Reporter 2: Nlay Dance Committee 5. VICTOR AARON THOMPSON rl gum! fwfr! li Hu' rn flu! uf gljli. IVHLA -4: Trade .intl lndustry Club 43 DO 4. DORIS JEAN THORNTON xl ifnfmilliulz Q. ulfi' tml .1 fjmul in fuir. I-TA 3, 4: Bible C lub 33 Twirp lhnee vPublieit5' C ummirtee lj: Spanish Club 4: Crm ernment Club -8: Tliespianx' Play 1l'rninpier f, 169 'gp' .sw 'sv' W? --sp ...uve 'Jie' "Cf" f '19-I I "?' YQ.-I .,-1. will complete LINDA KAY TIENKEN Wifb slvp as ligla! as summer air. Girls' Glee Club 2, Thespians 2, 3, 4g Hanover Singers 3, 4, FTA 4, Govern ment Club -lg Operetta 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Ollice Assistant 4g Junior- Senior Prom 3 Qlnvitations Committecjg Twirp Dance 2 QDecorating Com- mitteebz Museum Club 3 QVice-Presidentj. CYNTHIA ANN TILDEN Genius is only great palierzrc. Latin Club 2, Thespians 3, 4, Creative Writing Contest 3, Junior Class Play Committee 3 fliusiness, Propertiesjg Arts and Crafts Club 4, Government Club 45 Student Union Assistant 4, Telephone Directory Committee 4g judicial Marshal 3, 43 National Honor Society 4. THEODORE WILSON TILGHMAN QTEDJ No! only our of our finest ullJli'lz'.t, lull' om' of our lruett friends. Basketball 2, 3, 4. GILBERT TILLITT A t'l1'1't'r lull in fiery way. Band 2, ROTC Band 23 ROTC 35 Sergeants' Club 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4 fI'lay 3, 435 junior Class Play 3, State Dramatics Festival 35 Junior-Senior Prom 3 fDeeorationsD: Government Club 45 ROTC Ball Committee 3 fClean- upj. CECILE LEONA TODD Hou' bouyunt is thy bearl. Girls' Glee Club 25 FBLA 4, Cooperative Training Office Program 4. MARY KATHRYN TOMPKINS A tirzcerf' Iifian haired brauly. Museum Club 2, 3, FTA 2g Latin Club 2, Thespians 3, Twirp Dance Com- mittee 29 junior-Senior Prom Committee 3g ROTC Sponsor 4 QCompany "AUD, Girls' Glee Club 2, Hanover Singers 3, 4, District Music Contest 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANNE TOOMER Ifuilb-ful in u'b41lxo'z'r her 6111141 jimlrlb Io 410. Spanish Club 3, 4g Government Club 35 Hanoverian Staff 3, 4, Twirp Dance 2 CDecorating Committeejg Junior-Senior Prom 3 QDecorationsjg FTA 4: Decorating Committee for NCSCC Convention 45 "I Speak for Democracy" Contest 3. PEGGIE ALICE UNDERWOOD Of quit! arlislir Iaxfz' 111111 HIAIIHIFVS mild. Music Festival Dances 23 Scribblers' Club 2g FHA 3. CLIFTON BENIAMIN VANN Infelligeure zllixfwl wilb mirlb. Government Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 25 Hanover Singers 4: Operetta 2, 4. NANCY WORTHINGTON VAUGHN I11lf'lligf'm'e 1'uriz'b:'x zzmlerslrunlirzg. Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Debating Club 3, 43 Laboratory Assistant 43 Handbook Committee 3, National Honor Society 4, junior-Senior Favors Com- mittee 3: Secretary of Elections 4. BENKIAMIN WILLIAM VOGELS Slrrmg ix be lbul umxfrrs bit 111111 spiril. ROTC 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4 fSecretary-Treasurerjq Sergeants' Club 3: Rifle Team 5, 4, American Legion Medal 3: Sharpshooter and Expert Medal 2, 31 Medal for 4th Place in National Matches 3. BOB JACKSON VOGELS Worth makes lb? man. ROTC 2, 3, 4: ROTC Ball 4 CClean-up Committeel: Medal for 4th Place in National Nlatcliesg Officers' Club 4g Sergeants' Club 3. 170 . .. ,,,,.,,,,,:2,.. , - . JE :ef V. 5. 1' 1 2 4 1, gig Q nt 'll . -eq 5 Qi 'E' Nt 'RG' ""? 4-1 Q 1 fffiwrf ff ,U this chapter LUTHER PAUL VON CANNON, JR. lrliflftfviulft null XYIIIIIH' url' fvix I lffffvlrlg, I.1t1n C lub 1. LINDA ELAINE VOSS Xu! mm fr lillkfrz ,Uri.ll ull ill tilt um. l..itin C lub 2: Ciirls' Cilcu Club 21 'llicspiins 3: l'BI..'X 9 ISC-crut.ir5 fur .1 Tcnclwcryz Nlixcd Cilinrus 53 ,luniurfSv:niur llrtmm 3 llicfrt-slinicut Ciuniniittculi ll.inm'ur Singcrs 4: Ciuvurnmcnt C lub 4: kludiuial Xl.1rsl1.il 43 Clpcrutta 4. SHELIA LYNN XVAHL .Sfvfw irlifrjvrllifi ul. Sfn' fcrmut fu 1' millrf. sim 1IIIl'flI tl IIIIHIHII null fnlrif In jzmf. Nillltllldl lltvnur Sucicty 4: Ciirls' Cylcu C lub 21 latin Club Zg Twirp llizirt Cinnimitlcc 2: Scribblurs' Club 2, 3, 4: 'lilicspinns 3, 4 fNl.ilcc-up Cummittct' Sly lBl,:X 3, 4 CTc.iul1cr's Suurutnry 431 Opcrctm 3, 4 l'Axsisttiut St.igc Nl.in- .igcr 3, Lt-.ld 4, Publicity Cllinirmnn 47: llmuvcr Sintgt-rs 3. 4: .luniur Cl.iss l'l.iy 35 liuuk Cllub 4, Stats l7r.im.iiics Iiuwtivnl Play Cfnst 5: District IJr.im.i- tics lcstiml I'l.iy Clrist 3, Orlicc Assistant 3: ,ludiuinl Nlnrslml 3, 4: State Music Fuxtixxil 43 Kluscum Club 2, 3 l'Yicc-Ilrcsitlcrit 33: Scicncc Club 4: Stutlcnt lfniun Asxist.u1t 41 ,IuniorfSu1iiur Prum Cummittcc 3 llnvitntionsl: XY'iltlc.it Reporter 3: Vfildcgit Stall' 4, "I Speak for IJcnwcr.icy" Cfuntcst 4. LINDSEY RUSSELL XIVALKER Iullrx fm! rm! lungt1j+,qnrnf wrzw. lull :ml hm xllltlionx. lJr.im.itics 4, ROTC 2, 33 Band Z, 3, 4 fStutlcnt Director 433 NCO Club 3. XVILLIAM MANLEY XVALTERS, JR. Om' flmlfw wzzvililv, ,qrmll-lzizllrrztf. will ulzurw fair nilfi olbww. I..uin Club lg ROTC 2, 5. 4, Orliccrs' Club 3. LYNDAL NACE WARREN W"ilfj, 4'11m'rgf'lit', ami full nf amlrilion. Tlicspians 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Band lg Vfildcat Circulation Staff 3. 43 Ciuvcrnnicnt Club 4 CTrcasurcr 491 .lunior-Senior Prom Cummittcc 3 tlnvif tationsjg judicial Marshal 3. SHELBY FLORENCE WASHBURN Quia! lvnl xml irllf. Biblu Club 23 FBLA 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, Arts and Crafts Club 35 Cooperative Training and Office Practice 4. DALE ALEASE WATTS A Iigbl brurl lizrs long. Twirp Dance Committee 23 Scribblcrs' Club 2, 3: Music Festival 25 FBLA 33 DE Club 43 "Selling as 3 Career" Essay Contest 3. CHRIS WELLS Yuuffr 1'mm'w Im! rnicv. .to 1,111 m1j05ir1g mini. Girls' Cilt-c C.lub 2: Nlixcd Clwrus 3, Hanoxcr Singers 4: Scribblcrs' Club 2. LILLIE ELIZABETH XVELLS SM' fwrnfilv mmf It bn tvrz :ix brvl. Typist fur XX'1ltlg.it 3, Sccrctary fur Nursery 3. SANDRA TYLER VVELLS A ifitflmilirm xurrl dllll fmiuil. Ill Club 4: "Selling .is .1 Career" Contest 3. BARBARA LEE XVENBERC3 pl furwllizfzly In lfviuklilrq at Ifwu in Nu' Kuuligfvl. l..1tiu Club 2 :St-crularyr: llmncrmun Cll.llTI1I.1I'l 2: Scuatur 2: Twirp Dance rlbcc-ir.iutms Zn: Sctrulary of tluni-rr Cl.1sx 1: lunufr-St-niur Prum 3 rliccura- tiunsfg Ciirls' SIAIC 1?-.ltcrniw 31: Cliicf ,lutltgu 4: Nlay C-iurt .'XllC'I'll.l.lI1l 4: Clwurlumlur 2, 3, 4 1.-Xssistmnt Hand Clit'vrlc.itlt'r 1 ll,1n-n'uri.in 45 Wliltltat Rcpimrtcr 2: luutbqll linals Ihncu 2, W, 4 IC l1.i1rm.in uf Iluuurati-Ins 41. 171 in his JAMES ADRIAN WESSELL Lurgz' in slullrre. lfig in mimi: bfs as jim' in prim-iplr rn jun will fifnl. Swimming Team 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, 4: Sergeants' Club 3: Ofliccrs' Club 4 fVice-Presidentyg Cape Fear Rifles 2. CLYDE WILLIAM WHITE Reliable in all his attempts. ROTC 2. 3, 4: Officers' Club 4. JULIA PAYE XWHITE She aluelb little kifnl'm'ssf's u'lJi1'b most leur z' izmlwnt Girls' Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3: FBLA 3, 4. PHILLIP EAKINS XVHITE Wfvlrz' all fnroml Io lzuou' him. Scrgeants' Club 3: OH'icers' Club 4: Drnmaties Club 2. 31 ROTC 2, 3. 4. VIRGINIA WIARD QJUDYI The world' is her stage. Dramanics Club 2: FHA 2. EDGAR XVILLIAMS E1 vrg lbing ronzvs if Ll IIILIII will only uuil. Band 2, 3. 4: ROTC 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team 2. 3, 4: Dance 15.11141 Z, 3, 4, Science Club 2: junior Play 3. LIQMUEL EDWARD WILLIAMS, JR. QEDDIEJ Qualify, fmt Iflldllflf-Y, is my r11I'Inlm'. Spanish Club 3, 4: Sergeants' Club 3: ROTC Z, 3: Seribblers' Club 3: ROTC Ball Cummittee 3 fDecorationsj. LINDA LEE WILLIAMS Sbc' has a smile for all sbe meets. Latin Club 2: GAA 2, 3: FBLA 3, 4: Government Club 4. MARY CALDWELLL WILLIAMS Siurvrily was in ber bear! as 1u'r'f11u11' in Ihr flux: cr. Latin Club 2: French Club 3, 4: Government Club 4: Twirp Dance Commit- tee 2 1'Decor:utionsj: Junior-Senior Prom 3 Qlnvitarions and Decorationslg I'IonIeroorn Cl'I:1irman 2: House of Representatives 4: Essay Contest 3: State Student Congress Convention 4. WILLIE THEODORE WILLIAMS QBILLYJ His is fbi' 4Lft'IIt'l'0llX spirit. Iiuutbnll 2: Baseball 2: Hunlerouin Representative 2, 3. EARL BERNARD WILSON Ilnlmt is !7I'L'IH7lllI4Q in lu'l1I11im' is fvrzrlomllflv, uml Il lm! is lmlmrmllrli' is lwflzllzillg. lslllkl 2. 31 ll.Innver Singers -I: ROTC Iigind 2, 3: Sergeants' Club F. GXVEINIDOLYN ALEASE XVILSON Si11u'ril-I m'I'r1fllf1li.vln's ,qnull f!JlII,QC. VHA 2: ll5l.A 4: Cimperuive Training Otliee Practice 4. 172 IT ,eu gf' .lv ""fP ca 'fr 'IS' high school career. JAMES PRESTON WILSON A man ix buf ubul be knows. Latin Club 2: ,IV Football 25 judicial Marshal 35 junior Play 35 junior-Senior Prom fRefrcsl1ment Committee 335 Manager of Football Team 3. 45 National Honor Society 3, 4: Laboratory Assistant 45 Thespian Play 4: Government Club 45 Debating Club 45 Boys' State 3. CECIL B. WOOD Take limi' for all fbingx. BETTE CANNON WOODBURY She is frrelly lo walk uilb, will-3' In lalk iiillv, ami firrtl-5 In lfmiulc nu, hw. Girls' Glce Club 25 Twirp Dance Committee 25 Tliespian Club 1, 3. 4 CThespian Play 335 Spanish Club 35 Hanoverian Staff 3, 4 CFeaturc Ifditor 435 junior Play 35 Junior-Senior Prom 3 QChairman of Entertainment Com- mittee35 Government Club 45 ROTC Sponsor 45 ROTC Ball LDecorations Committee 435 National Honor Society 45 Wildcat Staff 4 fAssistant Feature Editor3. EUGENE BERRY WOODBURY Mixrllivi our .m1iu'lin1e.v, i1'igr1ifiz'i1' ollwrx, fmpnlur 41114 urn. Latin Club 25 Mixed Chorus 25 ROTC 2, 3, 4 fSecretary-Treasurer of Ser- geants, Club 35 Parliamcntarian of Oflicers' Club 45 French Club 3, 4 fPresi- dent 435 NHHS Swimming Team 2, 35 Junior-Senior Prom CClcanfup Com- mittee 335 Student Court 3 fChief Judge35 Executive Council 45 House of Representatives 4 QSpeaker35 Vice-President of Student Body 4. KATIE FAITH XVOODCOCK BIIX-3' auifiuil1r.ilr'ir111i in ,ill ilu' Jriiw. judicial Marshal 35 Latin Club 3, 45 Science Club 45 Scribblers' Club 45 Government Club 4. JANE w"ORSLEY Sfmt' triril flu' luxury of ilning gmail. ELEANOR SANDRA XVRIGHT Talent is IIllV'flH'l'l, in ,voli!11ili'5 isliuravlvr is 'fUY'HIt'il in fbi' xiorwy billoux of fbi' unrlil. Latin Club 25 French Club 35 junior-Senior Prom 3 flintertainment Com- mittce35 -Iunior Play 35 House of Representatives 4 1Chairman of Club's Comn1ittee35 Book Club 3, 4 fSecretary 435 Thespians 3, 4 fPublicity Com- mittee 4, Production 435 W'ildcat Staff 4 fChief Headliner and Copyrenderl: Debating Club 3, 4. JANE IREDELL WRIGHT 'Tir hvulzlj fllfllilml uilb jmivf' :mil libilflll. Latin Club 25 French Club 35 Government Club 35 Twirp Dance fEntertain- ment Committee 235 May Dance fChairman of Decorations 335 .lunior-Senior Prom rllecorations 335 National Honor Society 45 Social Nlarshal W, 4 KChief Nlarslial 43: Secretary of Social Activities 4. VIRGINIA BOXVERS XVSZALEK Sjlll'L'l'IfY3 tmil friilb are NN' hmm of l'll'V'3 iirlliv. RICHARD HENRY YOUNGBLOOD, -IR. 'lin ln' fmmffli' ii fini ion im' fmmi il ii il 4Ql't'df uml run' :lff.lllIIlli'llf. Latin C lub 2: Social Xlarslial 35 llonieroom C liairman 91 ROTC. 2, 35 Cioxern- inent C lub 4 ll'residcnl35 .'Xssist.1nt Chief ,ludicial Nlarslinl 4: Debating C lub 4. TOXYA NA FA YE YOXX' Qiiiilmwi, li'r1ifur11ui+Ifn'sf im' fwfr truili: if ui' fun mii it ui. sfn"ll ,gel ull ,quail 1'1n'u!1i. latin f lub 3, 45 lliblc C lub 4. SARAH LOL' ZIMNIERMAN QSALLIE3 Rrllllvft' u w14cr!bm1i'l, if lbvn' i'1i'r u as wie. Homeroom Chairman 35 Scribblers' Club 4: Arts and Crafts Club 45 I.ibr,irx Assistant 3: FII.-X 45 -Iunior-Senior Prom tllecorating Committee M. 173 Mm! 011511161 EVE Rossow GAYLI HA X1 Mom D wlllle meets our Fr IC'1IdIIC'Sf Gxx kN Hfw LEY jlxixn MCGINNIIS top seniors, the ones we Mos! Affldlflll VIRGINIA RAKES Toxnn BULLA 3 like To think of Most Inicllf 4 tual JLDY GULLEGI: TERRY PRIDGEN as the cream GERRX FIYALHFX XX INSFON I U11 ll of the crop, Mm! Dc ju 1141411214 Aunm Sxx ART R V FULK Mos! Afbfviic' 'I , . V I - . . 176 these represent Bu! All Arouml LOUISE FLOYD SPEFDY MACRIS our best Mos! Srlmnf Sfnirif lS,xlua,xlm XVI-NISIRI C,H,xlu.1 s C1k.xH,xx1 CAMERA SHY SENIORS ROY CLAUDELL BRANCH VIRGIL THERMAS BROTHERS LINDA LOU BRYTON DAVID HARRISON CLARK MAURICE COSTON PHYLLIS ANN DAVIS DONALD RAY GENES JESSE FREDERICK HARKER WILLIAM DONALD HICKMAN CECIL RAY HINES ALBERT EDGAR HOBBS MARY SUZZANNE GLADYES HORN Our Student Union, where friends are made, foud is eaten, and entertainment is enjoyed. "" ' I H o I. . eff! 22 il' IS n-- nah '-I-I Ill I.. I-- !!! ll! ll! ...A lvl Ill fl- Il RAYMOND LEE MANNING SAMUEL MARVIN MILLER EDITH PEARL MOBLEY DURLAND PARRISH EVANDER PAUL PENDER WILLIAM LEE ROBERT ROCKY DEAMES ROYAL JAMES KIMMON SHEPHERD III JAMES ALLEN STRICKLAND DUANE RICHARD TARDUGNO JAMES MORRIS THOMPSON Taking part in Government Day activities is the Honorable R. V. Fulk M Z5 Admmlstratxon Ads ertlsements Arts and Crafts C ub Audno Vlsual Band Baseball Basketball Blble Club Book Club Cheerleaders Coaches Co operatne Ofhce Trammg Practnce Debatmg Club Dedlcatxon Dnstrlbutlve Educatnon Du ersxfied Occupatxons Faculty Football Foreword French Club Future Busmess Leaders of Amernca Future Farmers of Amernca Future Homemakers of Amerxca Future Teachers of Amer1ca Gxrls Athletlc ASSOCIHIIOD Gnrls Glee Club Go f Government Club Hanover Smgers Hanover1an Staff Jumor Class ,Iumor Class Officers Latxn Club L1brary Asslstants May Court Mlxed Chorus lNat1onal Honor Socxety ROTC Band Battalxon Staff Cape Fear Rnfles IN DEX 11 Color Guard Companxes Instructors Non Commxssxoned Officers Ofhcers Club Rnfle Team Snapshots Sponsors Sclence Club Scrlbblers Club Semor Class Semor Class Officers Semor Superlatnves Snapshots Act1v1t1es Snapshots Club Snapshots General Snapshots Socnal Sophomore Class Sophomore Class Officers Spanxsh Club Staff Co ordmatmg Commxttee EXCCUCIVC Councll Handbook Commlttee Homeroom Chaxrmen House of Representatlves udges udlcxal Marshals Officers Senate Snapshots Socral Marshals Telephone Dnrectory Commxttee Swlmmmg Table of Contents Tenms Thespnans Txtle Page Varsnty Sweetheart Wnldcat Staff 4 7 4 ' ' ' SSSSS .,,,, S SSSS 98 1 , S, S.. ,..SSS,,, 62 v ' S S S -wvfrrrr ISU ' SS SS SS S,,SSSS SSSSSSSSS, 66 l S SSSSS ..,,,a SS.3S S S ,,S SSS ,,,,,,S,2, , 62 ' 'S S SOOO SS S ss - ' ' SS ss S SSSSS S 60 S' S , , 64 . . 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U '. r m ' 0 '.- 's 1 1 ' " IIIHUEITIOIEELLE L -CJ 1 0 LINGERIE BRIDAL TROSSEAU The Most Completely Modern g DRESSES DEPARTMENT STORE ' SPQRTS WEAR In the Eastern Carolmas 0 EVENING WEAR Completely Arr COnd1llOned O SUITS Automatrc Elevator Escalator NEW REMODELED DIAL 9584 mem W 22 N FRONT STREET 'WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA QUALITY PORTRAITS BELK BEERY STUDIO IT WAS A PLEASURE PHOTOGRAPHING THE CLASS OE 57 aw ma aomgs 9 can ssccaafcon 201 PRINCESS sr PHONE 28536 ' The I f7 0 T T O . . . . . . o Q ' Central Package Delivery nu ' Mg. ' C3 l' Q ' .C G -' ' FOX ROYAL BAKERY O Sum 'Leda PATRICIA ANN SUPER MARKET Cht WILMINGTON N C SUNSHINE LAUNDRY SAUNDERS COSMETICS FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND CANDY SUNDRIES DRY CLEANERS RAPERS Let a Luttle FRIENDLY SERVICE Sunshlne un BARREL CLEANERS fr HATTERS 401 es nut Street Wilmingtorfs Original Cut-Rate Drug Store I ll ' ' ' ll ll The Famuly Department Store 4 Ways to Shop 0 Cash 0 Budget Charge O Layaway 972 NORTH FRONT STREET PHONE sssl Compleie Insur am cf HAROLD II II EI LS 8. SON 226 PRINCESS ST WILMINGTON N C MacMILLAN BUICK CO Bluff lcllf 17111111 fbvm 108 NORTH 2 CI STREET NORTH SMITH COAL C0 BUILDING SUPPLIES FUEL OIL Our RFp1lfllfl01l Your Guaranfve mm. 4496 606 610 NORTH 6th STREET WMFD AM TV OURTEOUS RADIO SERVICE PHONE 3 4666 CHANNEL 6 TV WILMINGTON N C , I , . I 6 I7 I v J 7 gf' I of ff, . . . 5 FIWOUII fivffcz' Cars arf' flllilf T1 6l'I7'Z6UZ 5 REGISTERED IEWELERS SIILVIERSMIIITH S SIFATIIONIER S 1 uzrtr or NHHS FRONT AND MARKET STREETS PHONE 2 B241 WILMINGTON N C VARSITY GRILL DRLGS HOT DOGS SDNDRIFS SANDNI ICHES MAC' AZINFS KODAK PILNIS AND DILVFLOPING BABY FOODS 12th and Prlnces Sts HARBOR ISLAND AMOCO SERVICE STATION G C BRIDGES 6- SON PHONE 24 2145 HARBOR ISLAND CAPE FEAR WELDING F: FABRICATING CO BOILER REPAIRS and MARINE WORK PHONE 2 seas WATER STREET LONG LEAF HOMES INC WILMINGTON FERTILIZER CO BOY 700 N 5 - -5 is Hvzzlq 4 4' S f I ' Q jewelry 1 -. - Y A I A l I A - - . 1 L 1 ' ss . . 1 I HARRIS LIGON REALTOR REAL ESTATE 0 LOANS O INSURANCE Phone 7018 216 PRINCESS STREET 72m 7 bpgjjzlwaf Ja vow df!!! 1-SEMW 'K 70 lVnglnav6lfSolnJ ,y Aftfefifrggfud o GOOD FOOD I EXCELLENT SERVICE I FINE ATMOSPHERE MERRITT S SPRINGER DUAL 81 UIL CU DRIVE IN ard AND DAWSON STS Iron Fzreman FINEST IN On. HEAT 1810 DAWSON ST I - . ' 7' 1 A vw L! 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TAYLOR S GROCERY O1 alifg Meafs azd Groceries CASTLE HAYNE ROAD MILL 6' CONTRACTORS SUPPLY COMPANY CONTRACTORS SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT WILMINGTON N C WAHLS DEPT STORE 3 8111 214 NORTH FRONT FERGUS ARK SEAFOOD RESTAURANT O I Th C p F 5I,EL , IrWtl ml FROM gnefL73i'I0pPE WILI REHDER N h Florzst N 1 I . 1 ' ' ' . I 1 Q Phone - " RKEI " On e a e Fear Moored at the oo! ol Prlnc S . "Sa' f i 1 Flowers" 4 9 A I 1 'R 131 ort Front St. I WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA Dial 9649 Wilmington, N C BLOCKS SPORTSWEAR DRESS AND SPORT SHIRTS SOUTHLAND MANU FACTURI NG CO VIILMINGTON N C S WILLIAMS CLEANERS AND SH I RT LAU NDRY DIAL z 1357 17th St WASH DRY MATIC Self Servzce Laundry 100 Ch 1 :st DIAL em WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA ,X X! ndel' X 1- v s " IU8 NORTH FRONT ST WILMINGTON N C TELEVISION CORPORATION WILMINGTON DIAL 3 3297 STANDARD PAINT HARDWARE CO PHONE 9581 21 MARKET STREET SEASHORE DRUGS P 1 2603 SOUTH FRONT ST PHONE 6278 WAN ET S SAUSAGE COMPANY QUALITY MEATS 437 CASTLE HAYNE ROAD 7 , . . 808 . . Wilmington, N - -I . 'E' 2 es nu . I 0 L 6' OF 21 South Sixteenth St. I " rescri :tion Service Is Our Business ATLANTIC XIOTORS HC YOUR DeSOTO PLYMOUTH DEALER I HONE 2 110 I LLVFNTH AND PRINCESS STS I-Ani 'I NORTH FRONT STREET REEDS FOR DIAMONDS ALLEN S FARM SUPPLY PURINA CHOWS mm. 5397 511 NORTH 3rd STREET THE CINDERELLA BOOTERIE DIAL 3 3202 CAPEZIO DFB BUSKENS COVER GIRL DFLMANFTTF Alums P1111 t Oualztw C PENXEX CO N F WILMINCTON N C FOY ROE 6' COMPANY H1111 o I-nu 111411111111 h F .WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA GOODYEAR LJEE ORRELL AND smm-1 PLUMBING AND HEATING CO PLUMBING C0 33811 1107 PRINCESS ST A s I . ' f r , in 3' ' I' 1 - 5 ll I ll Q 'I , . I I-'01' All Allfllltll and P011lt1"1' Fcvzls ' . . 4 Q 0 . 1 A A I 1. is x 1 Ill f c' f I' '1 c"' l'SL' J 1 1 f 0 0 4. L u 9 Nor! ron! Sireel 243 . ront St. T J , . . ' . xx lf O Phone - COASTAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO PHONE 3 3555 North I7th Shoppmq Center WILMINGTON N C ED FLEISHMAN Cv BROS MEN S WEAR PHONE mz 223 North Front SI wnmmgxon North cQ.O1.m CAPE FEAR ELECTRIC CO ELECTRICAI CONTRACTORS 0 Industnal 0 Commercml 0 Household PHONE z ssso 1103 PRINCESS ST WOODBURY PLUMBING COMPANY CONTRACTING REPAIRS NEW INSTALLATIONS All Ufork C uarantud Dial 34324 2339 SHIRLEY RD XX HOTEL CAPE FEAR fy X 2nd CS. Chestnut Sts CODHGCIIHQ Fxreprooi QM j ,HHI HB1 Garage K ,,.-e"fR Q SIDNEYI RIVENBARK M Q In Stock FORMAL WEAR RENTAL SERVICE The H0usL 0 Name limmls PAYNES MEN SHOP WILMINGTON N C Ea M086 IO9 CHESTNUT STREET In IIODI 011ClotIzu ls IIIL Starlmv on Szlur PHO MOHR S ESSO SERVICE FAST ROAD SERVICE MECHANICAL REPAIRS NE 9261 II22 MARKET ST . I . I . . - - . . ... .. W I. 1 - . I i.. if ' q w . MI Ins, 'X-- X 'ff 'ik w. I' 'QQ- f ff' xv' " :-. X- ,f. 1,5 .,, N ' lg, X ly . .1 'F Qu . N-J' af. 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QSf'Qx"'s-U, unc: er I ' - I A 4. , V.. .:,.I. ..', CUMBER MOORE CO PLUMBING HEAT AND AIR-CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS PHONE 7117 204 CASTLE HAYNE RD GODWIN OIL CO KLEER KLEEN noon 1-'URNACES Phono 2-0312 CASTLE HAYNE ROAD PRINCESS GROCERY GROCERIES FANCY FRUITS MEATS VEGETABLES 91 fl zu That I laasu 10th AND PRINCESS STREETS MORTON S SERVICE DRUG STORE IVl14r4 Saruu 6 Qualzty An Iaramozuzt Phone 7739 CORNER 8th AND MARKET STS NISBET S 220 North Front S1 Phone 4825 WILMINGTON N C WINTER PARK AMOCO SERVICE STATION ROAD SERVICE WASHING WAXING LUBRICATING Phone 7087 4513 OLEANDER DRIVE WRIGHTSVILLE GULF TERMINAL Seruung Boats Ev Can GAS G OII.S FISHING TACKLE Pho Q 24 zass WRIGHTSVILLE ROAD CITY OPTICAL CO Phone 33321 257 N FRONT ST ' 0 o I i I' , I I V I 7. ' I , ' r .. I J rr u I 7. v I J I i , 'rr W. A. CBILLJ MORTON, PI'1C!rmC!CiSI I Q ' y' .' . h Q. n - ' - ONLY THE BEST FOR OUR GUESTS MANOR THEATRE "IVil1ui11gt0n's Dmrn Tmrlz Slum' P1114 IOHNNIE MERCER FISHING PIER WRICHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C. THE IEWEL BOX 119 FRONT ST. "The Diamond Store" IDEAL FURNITURE CO. AXLER'S MARKET G. STEIN FURNITURE CO. 605 N. FRONT ST. SOLLEE EQUIPMENT CO MERRITT HOLLAND WELDING SUPPLY O 'ZOIOICIIS GIZGMZQS, 4 BRANCI-IES TO SERVE YOU 1710 D WILMINGTON N C S PORTS ALL KINDS SPORTS BARBOUR CADILLAC BOATS MERCURY MOTORS SPIIHI EIITEH 0R05 CANA BICYCLES AND REPAIRS INSURANCE SINCE 1865 UAEVQTA YL XUPINSURANCC P THE X DEPT STORE WILMINGTON N C O O , I G gnc. ' c.""""':f owson St. ' U n 114 MARKET STREET -o "'1-QTTZQTFO ' ' ' MILLER-MOTTE BUSINESS COLLEGE H. W. MILLER, President lstalzlzilzui Sznu 1916 WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA A. H. YOPP PIANO CO. B E NWAY'S Gifts and Novelties CAROLINA BEACH, N. C, GEORGES SUPER MARKET 925 N 4th sr FANCY MEATS AND GROCERIES AIR CQNDITIQNED NATHAN S CREDIT CLOTHIERS S WILMINGTON N C J M WEEKS OFFICE 5. SCHOOL SUPPLIES 9905 18 P s Sl WILMINGTON N C STANDARD PHARMACY WE DELIVER 22443 WILMINGTOIN N C MOORE S INSURANCE AGENCY C wnplctn IIISIHIHILL lmtactzrm CI-IAS I ELAKE Mg Ph 28588 104 N 2nd SI 1 . W. I E I 1 22 0. Front St. Dial rinces I l'lIl'SCflHl"l'lON SI'lfCfIAl,IS'l'S ' , , . . ,, J. ,,- I . . , I. Phone - one - CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES' 6 H C L Manufacturers o New Hanox er Hlgh School Rmgs extends to each 0 you their very hest wzslaes or a happy and prosperous uture May your class rzng reflect the joy o your high school days throughout the years J IENKINS SONS CO Inc 2601 W LEXINGTON ST BALTIMORE 23 MD ALBERT RHODES WATCH SERVICE 203 NORTH 2nd ST I FENNELL s Phxlhps 66 Service Stcrhon 402 NORTH 5th St P1-lon: avasz WHITMAN CITIES SERVICE 224 NORTH 3rd ST COLEY S PHARMACY 615 GREENPIELD ST I-I 6 W CAFETERIA 118 PRINCESS ST HONNET 1867 GURR IEWELERS 264 NORTH FRONT ST FOY MOSS Your Young Mens Clothmg Store 121 N FRONT ST , 7 A ' f f . N . . J, . had law gyufr fwf rm vm 1 lf tlwwiw f J M 1 4 ' glut A f'Nf0faJfL'1J,.Q3 'ufw4'7XxQt,L.1I'Vl"lffl'?VVXLffff ' 5 A CVS! LQ: ' L.-IU H Lf 471 f"fiQ' LQ ffccfczzi WPNMHY Uf M0474 C7 .Q '-5 ff - f ff! McGH TSI-gi xglsi ANY 1926 Q FRONT ST SALLY FROCKS SAFFO S 141 N FRONT IU! 949 N FRONT H G LATIMER 6. 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