North Carolina State School for the Blind - Astron Yearbook (Raleigh, NC)

 - Class of 1960

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NEY vvwx I Ax '04, Q '7 Q . 'Q za S' vp '-NNNsg Q51 Ly - ,Q flf 0 Q WAKE C' This Book Is a Gift of Rachel Rawls . . ' , ,, ,'!' , 'Yr I", ., T4 ff I Y 'f X ry' I N r 1 u u X1 o r n .s . 91 l I 4 I T voyfl au THE REFLEC TOR 001 P bl h d by THE STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION! STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIIND R 1 gh N C 5,5 I 960 FOREWORD Throughout this book are the pages representing another year filled with memories of friends, activities and places. You have gone through each day adding and building to your school .life and may this annual represent the way you can turn back time to relive your school days at the Alma Mater so dear to each of your hearts. Wherever you may journey through life may this book go with you as a symbol of the hopes, dreams and ideals you began building during your school days. l hope that as you go through this book, page by page, you capture the spirit of the school and the joy and enthusiasm of each student. Both the staff and l have tried in a memorable way to signify the real character of the school and the people in our annual. l want to take this opportunity to thank with all my heart the staff members, advisor and others who have made this annual become a successful reality. lt is a job that cannot be done alone but with cooperation, enthusiasm and hard work of many people. To everyone in con- nection with this year's annual l give my deepest gratitude and thanks. To each owner I send my best wishes and may the best of everything be yours through the coming years. Sincerely, Patricia Howard, Editor EDITOR, pamcia Howard BUSINESS MANAGER, William Gupton PHOTOGRAPHER, Jimmy Rogers STAFF Barbara Tay1Or Stella Hall Larry Atwell r . . , . r .N SPONSOR if Rachel Rawls EGBERT N. PEELER Superintendent Mrs. Mabel Rogers Dietitian A s l I Mrs. Lila Cannon is prawn wer: mu . ggi fs,?'d" CHQ 4 ,sf 7 Mrs. Jessie Felton Head House- mother ,sa A .M THE SUPERINTENDENTHS OFFICE 57 1 fur, f X U , 9' f Cf? 6 cs., E A Q 1' PW ' E s, x , SX Sf. ak 2 X , ,r,, 1 Mrs. Mary Harrington Frances Hedden, RN A" X Mrs. Rachel Rawls, Psychologist Mrs. Ada L. Yelverton, Librarian Mrs, Hazelifre Frances Mrs. Annabelle Marilyn Whitley, Massey, Creech, Tapp, Registrar Bookkeeper Stenographer Stenographer HOUSEKEEPING STAFF Nov AVAILABLE ' fx IS is . Ja., If Ai? K N Princes: ...,, I -4 ' -x r t g f W 'si' ' ,f VV Uv .1 gl H .wa VP .fa . ,... alee rf ww A "" . ' , A A i f V . 2.r is je- '-1 . l'l ' Mrs, Hattie Mrs. Maude Mrs. Berta Mrs, 1, M, Straughan Johnson Fine Powell Mfg.. Elma Mrs. Rosa Mrs. Blanche Ememrre Lucas Permenter Bridges Rice THE PRINCIPAIJS OFFICE Eugene Mrs. Anne Nelson, Smith, Recreational Stenographer Director T. E. Stough Principal 13 Eugene Anthony, Industrial Arts gy? .. l . . Y, VF A-...if D? A Lonnie Spears, Mattress Making .2 3, fa :Z iw V Martha Temple Physical Education VOCATIONAL TEACHERS 54... f 5- ,5 .1 U s Mrs. Helen White, Home Economics I fx xi" , A-"M J? ,, 5. ff. f. 4, x Herbert Stowe, Chair Caning NO PHOTO AVAILABLE I . Mrs. Josephine Starnes, Crafts , , fries ? -. . i1ff' . , ' ' ' . l W I J sir' rn - Q v iii il ., 'am ' mf fix? EQ Sp ' 15 " 1 1 E'-rr 1' Mrs. Orilla Pratt f Aqi't. f jvc' MUSIC TEACHERS 5 I lr Q' s - if X Delton Creech, Piano Tuning and Instruments W- t QQ fr 2 ' 1 3 W lk ix ,gy X 1 5 1 J 5 Mrs. Clara Brinson, Piano gomw N0 more 6 -4? A Z . 5, 4 Q4 Iv Mrs . Mildred Jackson Mary W. Davis Head, Voice Wallace Grieves, Violin Ia h 5.- 4-if 4 Mrs. Elizabeth Q A Ashcraft, fl hX " Piano Mrs. Elfreda Johnson, Piano COMMERCIAL TEACHERS I STUDENTS IN PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING COURSE 5.3, -4-asf? ?3tsf,'p'gz9s, 11fa-?,s:"- wie. as-sfliw Qffvz-'69 2 all iltqi 3 iftezffgfl 4 Q 5 ix Hx su, ggi A . iiiii Allis 552 MARY ANN BYRD, Durham "Furry-Murry, Rabbit and Byrd" PORTRAIT OF A WALLACE BRAME, Henderson "How de Blue, How 's the boy" Born: 2!25!40 Chorus, Voice, Piano, Drum, Track FAVORITE PASTIMES: Ham radio, dancing, swim- ming FAVORITE FOOD: Everything FAVORITE BOOK: A LANTERN IN HER HAND WIFE PREFERRED: Honest heart and strong character Bom: 7f8f40 Dogwood Journal Editor, Chairman, Vesper Committee, Piano FAVORITE PASTIMES: Dancing, talking, sleeping, and listening to my transister radio FAVORITE FOOD: French fried potatoes FAVORITE BOOK: NEITHER FIVE NOR THREE ' I v HUSBAND PREFERRED: Considerate, courteous, gentle, A . Q well groomed, intelligent, blue eyed, handsome A ' 'Q' WILLIAM GUPTON, Zebulon "The Yotmg Figure of Romance" Born: 10!26f39 Dogwood Journal, Reporter, Business Manager, THE REFLECTORg Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Classg Journalism Club, Piano FAVORITE PASTIMES: Radio, TV, writing and reading FAVORITE FOOD: Lemon Pie FAVORITE BOOK: MAGGIE-NOW WIFE PREFERRED: Intelligence, thoughtful, generous SENIOR CLASS PATRICIA ANN HOWARD, Wilson "Pat, Trix, Beep-Beep" Born: 2f26f41 Vice President, Student Council: Editor, THE RE- FLECTORg Chorus, Orchestra, Piano, French Horn FAVORITE PASTIMES: Dancing, reading, movies and being with friends FAVORITE FOOD: Sweet Potatoes FAVORITE BOOK: QUO VADIS HUSBAND PREFERRED: Loving, tender, considerate, good personality, and hard working BENNY KING, Asheville "Ben" Born: 9fl5f39 Eighth Grade Rep.: Sergeant-at-arms, and President, Student Council: Wrestling, track, Vesper Com.: Vice President, Wake County, Junior Red Cross FAVORITE PASTIME: Reading FAVORITE FOOD: Fish FAVORITE BOOK: THE ROBE WIFE PREFERRED: Good cook I GRIFFIN JOHNSON, Bladenboro "Sergeant and Bet." Born: 3f3f4O Sergeant-at-arms, Student Council Q2 yearsjg President Senior Class: Chorus FAVORITE PASTIME: Sleeping FAVORITE FOOD: Steak FAVORITE BOOK: I LED THREE LIVES WIFE PREFERRED: Good cook and good housekeeper 1 W. fy' . 7 - S' r ,Q BELVEIA JEAN MANOR, Charlotte "Horse, Box, and Bel" Born: llf25f4O Senior Class Rep., Student Council, President, Bible Club, Chorus, Orchestra, Flute, Organ, Piano Tuning SP, FAVORITE PASTIMES: Reading good books, visiting " with friends, eating, outdoor activities, and working with clubs FAVORITE FOOD: Hamburgers FAVORITE BOOK: THE BISHOPIS MANTLE HUSBAND PREFERRED: Tall, neat, good looking, considerate, loving, content, understanding JO ANNE PARNELL, Kenly "Little Beaver and Jo" Born: 3fl4!41 Assistant Business Manager, THE REFLECTORg Sec- retary, Student Council 56-57, Chorus, Orchestra, Violin, Piano, Mixed Quartette, Bible Club FAVORITE PASTIMES: Reading, going off campus, and going home FAVORITE FOOD: Ham FAVORITE BOOK: QUO VADIS HUSBAND PREFERRED: Ambitious, cheerful, affection- ate, good personality, easy to get along with CAROLYN COLE SCOTT, Fair Bluff "Cardy, Kitten, Carole fwith French pronunciationy' Treasurer, 10th Grade Rep., Student Council, Presi- dent, Journalism Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Senior Classy Voice, Chorus, Mixed Quartette, Piano 13, "4- ,Q 1152,-.ta ' FAVORITE PASTIMES: Reading good books and danc- I f ,a','l,zfii' C: ,,. I ing f FAVORITE FOOD: conards FAVORITE BOOK: THE soNG OF RUTH , HUSBAND PREFERRED: Rerauvery ran, clean-cut, nice looking, manly, exciting, tender, gener- ous and well liked WANDA YOUNT, Barnardsville "Horse, Donna, Nana, and Bug" Born: 2f29f40 President, Senior Class: llth Grade Rep., Student Councilg Chorus, Piano, Journalism Club FAVORITE PASTIMES: Writing stories, poems and prayers, playing piano and reading I FAVORITE FOOD: Hot dogs and french fried potatoes FAVORITE BOOK: MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION HUSBAND PREFERRED: Ambitious, courageous, will- ing, loving, understanding and religious MRS. MYRTLE DANIELS W' ' English Senior Homeroom Teacher r -4 Xi' .f"" SENIOR MASCOTS Tina and Wayne Ollenberger 'A rib! .1 Ouhmmz D9 YOU 'REI-TEILEER? 'k Fl? T M jgM5ev9nfbWl WM it ,NW 55, K w , ,,,,.f- Lp .- Q fa X ' WW 1 hmm GraJe , Wallace, lfclvlcglhltllscg ulhls., I Sd-'ily 4- fl Ufrlu VIQLQ: I l953'-1954 J gee flu: 1' fha Ir:-eg QPU' far CPBJQ, - P f zip, 7"hC C044 0-gg Mgr-7 14717, THE JUNIOR CLASS MISS LUCY GILMORE French and Social Studies Homeroom Teacher 51' LAVERNE CI-IEEK ,ff .X 4 K BARBARA TAYLOR TOMMY THOMPSON , K FOY FLOWERS JIMMY ROGERS 5 L 4 'lv N, V if I '-.',- - M. Doris uv Jody!! Bolton Dorothy Ga inous Hazel Foster Stella Hall Geraldine Stallings Larry Atwell Charles Helms Walter Lackey Ronald Millsaps Ralph Thompson Homeroom Teacher: MISS GILMORE fzf ff Wi: +L- 5-'L' ,Q A Vx ,,-,-ffm, "' Pvg 11.6.4 2' Q, . , ff M J w il' Q 459' ' . :SY 'f I sis' ' , M, .s ,, , .Y.a'5',g'i Sf ag 2 : K ki 1. if . 4 Q 4 5,544- zh: , gm .' 44 f if 4 Q1 fb 'Q' A H, A ,nv "jf A W MRS. ZELIAN HELMS Mathematics and Science Homeroom Teacher sv,- YY xi F. ff 3- 1 ' fu ' . . -if .. N , figs , r?gk!+f.'Jrv any , X ' qi V .f ,aw fiftngral Juanita Byrum Shelby Hastings Marjorie Mahaffey June Roberts Myra Yarborough Wayne Allison Donald Cook THE FRESHMAN CLASS Billy Davis William Driver Jerry Garner Robert Johnson Larry Kendrick Ma xton Kennedy Larry McCreary Steve Smith 1 , .J vel or Q. J treo after A K XFN hi x ww :Jay A U., SEVENTH GRADE Ben Covington, Teacher, Aleen Luck, Marie Morgan, Mr. Covington, Dorothy Bright, Patricia Starnes, Iva Allen, Bobby Almond, Barbara Avery, Judy Hall, Betsy Avery, Rex Spears. FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Dora Grimes, Teacher, Bonnie McIntosh, Ida Ward, Bobby Creech, Dee Frizzell, Mrs. Grimes, Dickie Lewis, Jimmie Taylor, Butch Pepper, Gene Thorne, Donnie Bickett. EIGHTI-I GRADE Thurman Perkins, Teacher: J. A. Spell, Douglas Hiatt, Rodney Wynes, Jerry Watson, Mr. Perkins, Sandra Atkins. FRONT: Steve Bean, Danny Hampton, Janice Fann, Janice Allen. SIXTH GRADE Mrs. Barrie Doyle, Teacher. FRONT: Ernest Bonner, Nathaniel Foster, Jackie Butler, Linda Johnson, Karen Nielsen, Billie Swaney. BACK: Mrs. Doyle, Ernie Winchester, Ronnie Eller, John Roebuck, Robert Williams, Mary Ann Jeffers. FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Laurie Goetze, Teacher. FRONT: Rhonda Adams, Jimmy Myers, Danny Spears, Charlie Kelly, Rose Ann Ward. BACK: Mrs. Goetze, Jerry Evans, Dale VanHorn, Billy Huffman, Randall Beshears. SPECIAL PRIMARY GRADE Randall Harley, Teacher, Ola Jane Frady, Gellia Terrill, Linda McLamb, Gail Brooks, Steve Lewis, Frankie Par- rott, Tommy Key, Junior Bunn, Susan Wood, Mr. Harley. GRADE THREE Mrs. Ethel Lewis, Teacher, Brenda Martin, Donald Whaley, Monroe Daven port, Linda Watterson, Lou Hendricks, Gary White, Cathy Jacobs, Kenneth Faucette, Mrs. Lewis, Donnie Bryant, Kathy Gunnell, Billy Reynolds, Geral- dine Spry, Tony Garrison. FOURTH GRADE Mrs. Pauline Jenkins, Teacher. FRONT: Shelby Kennedy, Harwood West, Linda Midgett, Johnny Brown, Lorna Leigh, Bill McClure. BACK: Evone Johnson, Judy Hooks, Gloria Cutler, Barbara Ashe, Billy Barnhill, Nancy Brooks, Mrs. Jenkins. ABSENT: Dorothy Tay- lor. IRREGULAR GRADE Elizabeth Lennon, Teacherg Janet Bowes Lu Mendenhall, Steve Ellis, Patrick Parker, Bill Coley, Betty Burns, Hugh Moss, Stanley Locklear, Miss Lennon. 4 .4 GRADE TWO AND THREE Gladys Curtin, Teacher, Deborah Whaley, Mary Iler, Deborah Sugg, Kim Duggins, Wanda Caudle, Diane Fann, Byron Sykes, Brenda Martin, R. D. Hall, Phillip Kelly. FIRST AND SECOND GRADE Ida Pearle Eatmon, Teacher, Keith Wiglesworth, Kathy King, Miss Eatmon, Elaine Campbell, Kinny Jacobs, Ricky Ward, Craig Barnes, Mary JO Daven- port. SEATED: Rita Simmons, Steve Francis, Becky Stallings. SECOND GRADE Mrs. Emma Sue Stuart, Teacher, Teresa Westmoreland, Tommy Stokes, Ray Clark, Donald Tucker, Neil John- son, Larry McCabe, Carolyn Fletcher, Connie Dorman, Ronnie Lackey, Ken- neth Hall, Jimmy Heath, Myrtle Hall, Mrs. Stuart. FIRST GRADE Mrs. Lucille Hunt, Teacher, Harry Dew, Martha Bell, Mike Messer, Pat Hogan, Carolyn Griffin, Vernon Cox, Mrs. Hunt, Jimmy Peters. SEATED: Betty Arnold, Jackie Craven, Rose Marie Brinson. KINDERGARTEN Mrs. Doris Holt, Teacher, Betty Wray Hobbs, Blaine Bryson, Sharon Lowder, Mrs. Holt, Linda Butler, Gladys Hall, Kathy Spruill, Faye Smith, Gary Smith, Gary Gibby, Cheri Briggs. KINDERGART EN Agnes Ellis, Teacher, Deborah Dudley, David Andrews, Alvin Martin, Tom Huskerh, Miss Ellis, Vicki Royal, Jake Roberts, Jimmy Sloan, Toy Glenn Per- mar, Aleta Moody. sf B VCA: KINDERGARTEN Mrs. Anne Harris, Teacher, Tony Webb Mike Abee, Forest Reavis, Mrs. Harris Janice Smith, John Estes, Pauline Laws On the Floor in Front: Robert Adams Dewey Roberts. OUT OF SCHOOL LIFE ON THE CAMPUS Ioanne Parnell and Mack Kennedy eating supper together - another "social" for the students. '5' Q KA Ns, Dating on Sunday Night in the Social Room at Fisher - Mary Anne Byrd, if in Dancing is an avocation of most students at the school. Ronald Millsaps, Ben King, Wanda Yount. , Wallace Brame at his Ham Radio Set. Copper, the school pony. Billy Reynolds, Donnie Bryant, Jimmy Heath and Kenneth Hall on Copper, ACTIVITIES THE STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION as- , ff , -41- I Q If -I 216 " bf -an -,. s .we , . I I I A Vice Pres Secretary Treasurer Sgt. -at-Arms Thomas Stella Maxton Ralph Pfesldem Thompson Hall Kennedy Thompson Benny King '63 '52 '60 Editor DOGWOOD JOURNAL Mary Ann Byrd M I Griffin Johnson working Foy Pres. on 3 Flowers ' BIBLE mat roll CLUB edging Belveia a Manor mattress Laverne Cheek, Myra Yarborough listening . . . , playing a v1ol1n to a Talking Book. solo. THE CUB SCOUTS rehearsing a program. xi? QM ,ff QM, pegiygnfl, :mf- . .wuz F7 I f5"' , ,W wh ww , wx affzfew. 11 wen-z1f'm my 10 mm Q' 1 wi if ' fl? 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Telephone: TE 2-8828 ABBOTT AND PIERCE SERVICE STATION and Fuel Oil "Come if You Can, Phone If You Can't. " TE 2-2075 D 8. S MOTORS Dodge Dart, Chrysler and Imperial Dealers 423 S. Wilmington St. TE 3-2505 CANTON CAFE Meet Your Friends in the Canton Cafe 408 Hillsboro Street Raleigh, N. C. m 1 I li il the sto sw m STEPHENS APPLIANCE CO. HUNT GENERAL TIRE CO., INC. 110 S. Sanders St. General Tire Kraft Maytag Washing Machines Recapping Victor Freezers TV Small Appliances 238 S. McDowell St. Raleigh, N. C. High Fidelity Sets TE 2-0571 Wholesale Retail Compliments of I WARRENS RESTAURANT 301 W. Martin St. Raleigh, N. C. TE 2-7466 0 I 'Q SUPERIOR STONE COMPANY DIVISION of AMERICAN - MARIE TTA C OMPANY K 8: SAND CO. BRYAN ROC Raleigh, N. C. SPONSORS I-IACKNEY'S, INC. 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NASH STEELE WARREN Distributors Zenith Radio and TV and High Fidelity Compliments of ATLAS SEWING MACHINE CO. 208 S. Wilmington St. Raleigh, N. C. America' s lar gest independent sewing machine and vacuum cleaner dealers We Service What We Sell -- - -.L FAMOUS BAKERIES 109 S. Wilmington St. Raleigh, N. C. Wedding and Birthday Cakes a Specialty TE 2-8333 O O O O o HUDSON BELK Eastern Carolina's Largest Store Serving the Capitol City for 42 Years 7 UP BOTTLINC1 CO. Raleigh, N. C. MONTGOMERY GREEN 424 S. McDowell St. Raleigh, N. C. We handle all the newest and latest in kitchen equipment TE 2-6617 Compliments of TIRE SALES AND SERVICE il Compliments of I PRITCHARD PAINT 8. GLASS COMPANY 112 East Davie Street, Raleigh, N. C. LOWE'S, INC. RALEIGH HARDWARE Building Supplies Plumbing Supplies Appliances Heating and Electrical Supplies VA 8-3251 KILLO EXTERMINATING COMPANY I Raleigh, North Carolina L4 - ' Belveia Manor X N at the organ. 1 G R 1 F F 1 N C O T T A G l E I to I 5: ,gif f f i? , ra ,vA, .,l,4 ,E A,,: f Tommy Thompson, Jimmy Rogers, Ronald Millsaps study. Griffin Johnson cleaning up. Benny King, Maxton Kennedy, and Charles Helms at coffee. TRACK MEET, MARYLAND SCHOOL CAMPUS LIFE AND ACTIVITY Carolyn Scott -- Dictaphone The old bell called boys and girls to class for many years. Homework at Fisher At Fisher Geraldine Stallings, Jody Bolton --leisure. Leisure Time - Ronald Millsaps, I. A. Spell - Music. William Driver, Maxton Kennedy - the Store. Sun- day Social. , 1 ,711 W, .JET- r 1 1 . 1 Zh 1 1 F1 W 1 ,, 11 1 'ra Vr ' , . '11 11 1 1 1 '.4 v' 11 1 l.l11 1,1 1' X ' 1-u , .111.4,, 1 11, V.. 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