Northampton County High School - Lighthouse Yearbook (Machipongo, VA)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1966 volume:
V - DEDICATION This issue of the " Lighthouse " is dedicated as a memorial to Ellen Rowley, a former mem¬ ber of our senior class. Due to an untimely death Ellen will not be able to graduate with us. As we embark on the seas of life and set our sails for challenging un¬ known harbors, we are sorry that Ellen will not be able to join us. PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE GREETINGS TO THE GLASS OF ”66 " My future citizens of America and the world, as we look at you in 1966 and envision what the life ahead has in store for you, we are pleased to have had a share in your development. We have faced and conquered many challenges together during the past five years; and now, with these behind us, there will be new and more difficult ones to face. Realizing that intelligent people welcome challenges, it will be ours to face up to them as they present themselves. It is going to be yours and mine from this time on to see that every American boy and girl has the opportunity to develop to his or her fullest. If we can do this for your generation and generations to come, America will still be the land of the free and the home of the brave. Therefore, my young friends, it is essential that you make your way through the uncertainties of the next decade, and that you keep your eyes on your main goal which is the continuation of progress and progress in abundance as you leave Northampton Gounty High School. We trust that you will not forget that it wa here that you were able to help yourselves in order to help others reach their desired goals. May you ever have a keen interest in your Alma Mater ' s welfare, and may you always have a warm feeling in your hearts for the work that will be carried on here in the years to come. Best wishes for you and future generations of this your Alma Mater. Your Principal, W. H. Smith 2 ADMINISTRATION FACULTY MR. C. N. WILLIAMS AGRICULTURE MRS. I. J. WILLIAMS HOME ECONOMICS MR. C. L. BRICKHOUSE ASST. PRINCIPAL Va. State College University of Conn. Hampton Institute Cornell University University of Conn. Va. State College MRS. M. B. COLLINS MATHEMATICS MR. E. BUSCH, JR. MUSIC MRS. A. W. SMITH GUIDANCE Va. State College Va. State College Fish University Columbia University Johnson C. Smith Univ. of Pittsburgh Hampton Institute 4 MRS. E. S. McCULLER SOCIAL STUDIES MR. J. B. COOK SCIENCE MRS. A. B. BROWN ENGLISH HISTORY Maryland State Va. Union University Howard University Va. Union University MR. F. W. FISHER HISTORY GEOGRAPHY MRS. M. D. GHERRY ENGLISH MR. J. G. COLLINS SCIENCE MATHEMATICS A. G T. College St. Paul ' s College Va. Union Universit) ' MRS. M. S. CHRISTAIN BUSINESS MR. W. T. SISCO SOCIAL STUDIES MRS. S. D. PHIFER ENGLISH St. Paul ' s College Va. State College Norfolk Division Johnson C. Smith Longwood College MISS T. R. JAMISON MATHEMATICS MR. C. O. WILLIAMS MISS F. J. BISHOP PHYSICAL EDUCATION ENGLISH Benedict College N. C. College Va. State College Norfolk Division MR. JACK JOHNSON ART MRS. V. S. DENT SOCIAL SCIENCE MR. JOHN NOTTINGHAM SCIENCE N. C. College Hampton Institute Maryland State Va. Union University MR. M. OVERTON MUSIC MISS D. J. BACHUS BIOLOGY MR. J. DENT INDUSTRIAL ARTS A. C T. College Maryland State Benedict College 7 MR. N. FULLER HISTORY MISS M. HELM BUSINESS EDUCATION MR. T. DANIELS GOVERNMENT HISTORY Va. State College Va. State College Shaw University MISS D. UPSHUR MR. L. ALEXANDER MISS M. L. MAGWOOD BUSINESS EDUCATION HISTORY SCIENCE FRENCH Va. State College Johnson C. Smith Johnson C. Smith T emple University 8 MISS C. ECHOLS LIBRARIAN MR. T. J. LITTLE PHYSICAL EDUCATION MISS B. TALLEY ENGLISH S.C. State Elizabeth City State Va. State College Norfolk Division MISS S. PARHAM PHYSICAL EDUCATION MISS D. MEADOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION MRS. A. BRICKHOUSE CLERK Va. State College Benedict College Cortez Peter ' s Norfolk Division Business College 9 Miss E. Crayton ENGLISH Shaw University GUIDANCE COMMITTEE Youth continually face problems in understanding themselves and making decisions. On every side they are faced with increasingly complex social and economic patterns and widening occupational opportunities. With these changes have come greater em¬ phasis on individual differences and the development of programs which see to give systematic aid to all students. Therefore we are trying to provide a program which aid all students to make wise decisions and good adjustments. Through the Guidance Committee and staff members the following services are available to all students; Individual Inventory, Informational, Counseling, Placement, and Follow-up. These services should assist student in knowing himself if as an individual and as a member of society; in making the most of his strengths and in correcting or compensating for his weakness that interfere with his progress; in learning about occupations so that he may intelligently plan and prepare for a career; in learning about educational opportunities available to h im; and in discovering and developing creative and leisure interests. For a successful guidance program, we ask for the continued co-operation from the home, the community, and the student. The Committee STANDING: Mrs. Alice Smith, Mrs. Alice Brown, Mr. W. H. Smith, Miss C. Echols, and Mr. C. Brickhouse. SEATED; Miss T. Jamison, Miss F. Bishop and Miss Margaret Helm. 10 : r ., t .. ♦ ' • ♦ • It ’.. ♦♦•♦ 12 fe|2$ tttr.tX‘r.tir.2Ju :2 ll anutHg l ’ ttt • ' ♦♦♦ • • •» • ttt ♦ ♦ • %$uutti;ttr.tt ..“t:nt ' •‘ 4t it tt . ' tl. ! I R " tt:, ■■ JOSEPH FRED AMES Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Joe Boy " Ambition: Lawyer Hobby: Playing Baseball Song: " You ' ve Been Cheatin ' ' LEROY AMES Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Leecha " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Driving Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " CONSTANCE REATRICE ANDREWS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Connie " Ambition: Accountant Hobby: Reading Song: " Look What You ' re Doing " CAREY DONALD ATKINS Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Dick " Ambition: Mechanical Engineer Hobby: Repairing Cars Song: " I Stand Accused " JACQUELINE KAYE ALLEN Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Jackie " Ambition: Accountant Hobby: Reading Song: " Unchained Melody " CLEMENTINE MADORA AMES Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Clem " Ambition: Biology Teacher Hobby: Reading Song: " Unchained Melody " MARION VICTORIA AMES Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Vicky " Ambition: Musician Hobby: Playing the Piano Song: " Since I lost My Baby " RUTH EDITH AMES Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " T. J. " Ambition: Private Secretary Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " 12 ROLAND PRENTICE BAILEY Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: " Hurt " Ambition: Auto Designer Hobby: Hot Rods Song: " I ' m A Lonely Stranger " SHIRLEY ANNE BAILEY Franktown, Virginia Nickname: " Shirl " Ambition: Seamstress Hobby: Sewing Song: " Old Man Trouble " HAZEL GENEVA BAINES Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " H.B. " Ambition: Artist Hobby: Reading Song: " I Can ' t Take It " PAUL DAVID BAINES Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Dave " Ambition: Engineer Hobby: Dancing Song: " Look What You ' re Doing " SAUNDRA LORAINE ATKINS Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " San " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Singing Song: " I ' m So Thankful " CLIFTON VERNON BAILEY Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Shorty Shine " Ambition: Armed Forces Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " I Feel Good " WILLIE BAILEY Bridgetown, Virginia Nickname: " Bill " Ambition: Research Biologist Hobby: Drawing Song: " Try Her Right " GARNET LEE BAINES Jamesville, Virginia Nickname: " Cool " Ambition: Space Technician Hobby: Dancing Song: " I Feel Good " 13 ANNIE LUCILLE BECKETT Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Toots " Ambition: Registered Nurse Hobby: Sewing Song: " For Your Love " MARGARET SARAH BELL Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Margie " Ambition: Artist Hobby: Drawing Song: " I Hear A Symphony " CLAUDETTE OLIVIA BRICKHOUSE Exmore, Virg inia Nickname: " Tootsie " Ambition: Accountant Hobby: Driving Song: " I Hear A Symphony " VANN NIMROD BRICKHOUSE Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Mohair " Ambition: Statistician Hobby: Playing Pool Song: " I Feel Good " WILLIAM BROWN Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Bomber " Ambition: Tailor Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " Soul Heaven " RUSSELL DEAN CAREY Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Dean " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " I Feel Good " GOLDIE MAE CHURCH Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: " Duke " Ambition: Foreign Service Hobby: Reading Song: " Rescue Me " ROBERT LEE CHURCH Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Church " Ambition: Photographer Hobby: Playing Baseball Song: " I Peel Good " 14 BARBARA ANN COLLINS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Barb " Ambition: Psychologist Hobby: Observing Others Song: " I Hear A Symphony " DELLA ZENOBIA COLLINS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Zee " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Typing Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " VELVET DIANE COPES Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Vel Dee " Ambition: Registered Nurse Hobby: Knitting Song: " Unchained Melody " GLORIS ANN DEAN Weirwood, Virginia Nickname: " Glo " Ambition: File Clerk Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " Rescue Me " LAVERNE OLIVIA DOGGETT Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Sissy " Ambition: I.B.M. Operator Hobby: Driving Song: " Peace Be Still " KENDALL PRISCILLA DOWNES Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Ken " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Analyzing People Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " JOHNELLA ONLEY EDMONDS Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Rocket " Ambition: Private Secretary Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " I ' m A Lonely Stranger " CAROLYN MILDRED FIELDS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Carol " Ambition: I.B.M. Operator Hobby: Driving Song: " For Your Love " 15 THURMAN MAURICE FIGGS Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Sooke " Ambition: Armed Services Hobby: Playing Basketball Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " CHARLES LEE FISHER Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Fish " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Hobby: Listening to Jazz Song: " Something About You " DORETHA FRAZIER Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Retha " Ambition: LB.M. Operator Hobby: Dancing Song: " I Hear A Symphony " BARBARA ANN GIDDENS Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Barbie " Ambition: Practical Nurse Hobby: Dancing Song: " I ' m So Thankful " CLEO GIDDENS Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Cle " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Playing Records Song: " Cleo ' s Back " HELEN MARIE GOFFIGON Seaview, Virginia Nickname: " Cake " Ambition: Registered Nurse Hobby: Sewing Song: " Soul Heaven " FRED GUNTER Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Herkin " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Singing Song: " I Can ' t Stand It " ROLAND GUNTER Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Clutch " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Playing Baseball Song: " I ' m Not Tired " 16 ASHBY HARMON Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Ale " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Dancing Song: " I Want To Hold You " BERNICE STELLA HARMON Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Snookie " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Dancing Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " EUGENE LANKFORD HARMON Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Mr. Pitiful " Ambition: Mortician Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " I Feel Good " ELLA MAE HENDERSON Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Ray " Ambition: Typist Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " GEORGE ALEXANDER HENDERSON Townse nd, Virginia Nickname: " Munk " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Talking Song: " I ' ll Always Love You " EVERETT LEE HICKMON Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Kill " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Basketball Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " GERALDINE HOUSE Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Geral " Ambition: Psychiatrist Hobby: Reading Song: " Tonight ' s The Night " LARRY THOMAS HOUSE Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Mouse " Ambition: Mechanical Engineer Hobby: Hunting Song: " Soul Heaven " 17 BETTY LOU JACOBS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Bee " Ambition: I.B.M. Operator Hobby: Dancing Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " LEROY JAMES Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Crow " Ambition: Armed Services Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " For Your Love " ELEZINE LOUVENIA JOHNSON Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Kitten " Ambition: Practical Nurse Hobby: Dancing Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " NELSON JOHNSON Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Skeeter " Ambition: Armed Services Hobby: Reading Song: " Just Another Day " REBECCA ANN JOHNSON Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Bonnie " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Reading Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " BEVERLY LORAINE JONES Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Bev " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Sewing Song: " Rainbow 65 " DOROTHY JEAN JONES Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Dot " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " BRENDA DELORIS KELLAM Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Bren " Ambition: File Clerk Hobby: Dancing Song: " I ' ll Always Love You " 18 HERBERT MAPP Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Herbie " Ambition: Aerospace Technician Hobby: Playing Pool Song: " Rescue Me " ANNIE LUCILLE MARTIN Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Lu " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " I ' m Not Tired " CHARLES LAKEWOOD MASON Weirwood, Virginia Nickname: " Sug " Ambition: Business Manager Hobby: Driving Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " JOHNNIE MAE MITCHELL Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Peanut " Ambition: Practical Nurse Hobby: Dancing Song: " You Gonna Make Me Cry " LENORA MITCHELL Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Sweets " Ambition: Social Worker Hobby: Traveling Song: " Unchained Melody " SALLY LOTTIE MOOREFIELD Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " De Ve " Ambition: File Clerk Hobby: Dancing Song: " I Hear A Symphony " CAROLYN ANNE MORRIS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Rabbit " Ambition: Accountant Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " Since I lost My Baby " GLYNDA CHEYENNE MORRIS Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Glen " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Dancing Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " 19 CLIFTON DELAINE MOSES, JR. Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Pouchie " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " Soul Heaven " KENNETH QUINTON NOCK Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Nocky " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " Rescue Me " PRESTON CLEVELAND POWELL Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Pip " Ambition: Armed Services Hobby: Hunting Song: " I Feel Good " VALENCIA POWELL Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Val " Ambition: Receptionist Hobby: Sewing Song: " Try Me " LELIA ELAINE MORRIS Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Elaine " Ambition: Lab. Technician Hobby: Writing Letters Song: " Tracks of My Tears " RAYMOND LLOYD MORRIS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Junior " Ambition: Agri. Instructor Hobby: Dancing Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " HENRY POZELL POWELL Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Cat " Ambition: Singer Hobby: Dancing Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " LURAY REGINA POWELL Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Lu Lu " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Analyzing People Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " 20 THEODORE THOMAS REID Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Teddy " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Playing Basketball Song: " I ' m Not Tired " ALFRED MONTANO ROBINSON Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Tammy " Ambition: Electronic Engineer Hobby: E)rawing Song: " Try Me " ANN PATRICIA ROBINSON Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Giggly " Ambition: Practical Nurse Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " Rescue Me " JEANETTE NAOMI ROGERS Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Jean " Ambition: File Clerk Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " MAURICE WENDELL ROGERS, JR. Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Rese " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " Lover ' s Concerto " SUSIE MAE ROGERS Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Mickey " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " I Stand Accused " ALBERTA DELORIS ROSELLE Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Berta " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " Tracks of My Tears " ELLEN CONVELLA ROWLEY Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Vel " Ambition: Beautician Hobby: Sewing Song: " How Great Thou Art " 21 PEARLIE LOUISE ROWLEY Cheapside, Virginia Nickname; " Pearl " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Driving Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " LILLIE MAE RUFEIN Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname; " Hitty " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Playing Basketball Song: " Peace Be Still " CARLTON ROMEO SAMPLE Franktown, Virginia Nickname; " Red " Ambition: Recording Artist Hobby: Singing Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " TOMMY SANDERS Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Tom " Ambition: Armed Services Hobby: Playing Baseball Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " ALVIN LLOYD SATCHELL Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Sat " Ambition: Commercial Artist Hobby: Drawing Song: " Rescue Me " SHELIA ELIZABETH SATCHELL Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Shelly " Ambition: Receptionist Hobby: Driving Song: " What Now " DEBORAH JOYCE SAVAGE Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname: " Debbie " Ambition: Lab. Technician Hobby: Playing Pool Song: " Unchained Melody " BRENDA LUCILLE SESSOMS Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Bren " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Writing Song: " I Need Love " 22 PATRICIA ANN SMITH Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Diddy " Ambition: Registered Nurse Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " VERA MARIE SMITH Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Vee " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " How Do You Quit " ALICE REBECCA SMITH Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Al " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Singing Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " MARY CARLENE SMITH Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Smitty " Ambition: P.E. Teacher Hobby: Driving Song: " Rainbow 65 " BETTY ANN SPADY Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Micey " Ambition: Historian Hobby: Looking at Television Song: " I Hear A Symphony " GLORIA FAYE SPADY Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Faye " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Dancing Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " WILDA LOUISE STEVENS Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Shorty " Ambition: Social Worker Hobby: Dancing Song: " I Hear A Symphony " WILLIAM CHARLES STEVENS Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Bootsie " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Guitar Song: " I Feel Good " 23 ALTHEA YVONNE STEWART Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: " Snookie " Ambition: File Clerk Hobby: Dancing Song: " I Hear A Symphony " JOYCE JULINE TANKARD Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: " Tank " Ambition: Private Secretary Hobby: Singing Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " CALVIN LEROY TAYLOR Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Cal " Ambition: Trumpet Player Hobby: Singing Song: " Since I lost My Baby " LARRY LINWOOD TAYLOR Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname: " Nip " Ambition: Business Manager Hobby: Playing Pool Song: " I Feel Good " JOYCE LOUISE TOWNSEND Cheapside, Virginia Nickname: " Dee Dee " Ambition: Beautician Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " You Gonna Make Me Cry " ROBERT DONNA TOWNSEND Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Town Boy " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Working on Cars Song: " Rescue Me " EVELYN VIRGINIA THOMAS Bridgetown, Virginia Nickname: " Jenny " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Driving Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " JAMES CARL THOMPSON, JR. Chesapeake, Virginia Nickname: " Bean Shooter " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " 24 FAIRE DELOIS TWYFORD Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Dee Dee " Ambition: Practical Nurse Hobby: Reading Song: " I ' m So Thankful " JOHN EDWARD UPSHUR Bridgetown, Virginia Nickname: " Bobby " Ambition: Armed Forces Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " I Feel Good " PAULETTE UPSHUR Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Poodie " Ambition: Biology Teacher Hobby: Singing Song: " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " RUTH ANN UPSHUR Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname: " Sweets " Ambition: Song Writer Hobby: Dancing Song: " How Do You Quit " DOROTHY MAE VENNIE Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Dot " Ambition: Prof. Secretary Hobby: Typing Song: " Rescue Me " EDWARD CLINTON WARREN Treherneville, Virginia Nickname: " Red " Ambition: Taxi Cab Driver Hobby: Playing Basketball Song: " A hover ' s Concerto " GERALDINE WASHINGTON Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Gerl " Ambition: Practical Nurse Hobby: Typing Song: " Rescue Me " JULIAN WASHINGTON Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Bootie " Ambition: Engineer Hobby: Playing Sports Song: " Rescue Me " 25 ROBERT CHARLES WATSON Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Bobby " Ambition: Baseball Player Hobby: Driving Song: " You Better Watch Out " THEODORE ROOSEVELT WATSON, TR. Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Sommie " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Basketball Song: " Rescue Me " EDDIE DEAN WEEKS Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Weeks " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Playing Football Song: " I Feel Good " KATIE MOCILE WHITE Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " First Lady " Ambition: Telephone Operator Hobby: Talking Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " PEARLIE DYNE WHITE Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Dee " Ambition: Commercial Artist Hobby: Listening to Records Song: " A Lover ' s Concerto " STEPHANIE PRINCESS WIDCEON Eastville Station, Virginia Nickname: " Johnny " Ambition: Business Teacher Hobby: Reading Song: " See the Real Me " PHILLIP LEE WILLIAMS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Phil " Ambition: Choral Director Hobby: Listening to Music Song: " I ' m Not Tired " VELMA LOUISE WILLIAMS Cape Cliarles, Virginia Nickname: " Vee Vee " Ambition: Practical Nurse Hobby: Dancing Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " 26 ELEANOR WILSON Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Tubby " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Singing Song: " Thanks To You " REGINA ALMA WRIGHT Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Geanie " Ambition: Business Education Hobby: E)riving Song: " Let ' s Do It Over " MARGARET LOUISE WYNDER Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Lou " Ambition: Accountant Hobby: Driving Song: " Rainbow 65 " MARGARET SUE WYNDER Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Sue " Ambition: Pediatric Nurse Hobby: Writing Song: " A Fork In The Road " SENIOR CLASS PRAYER Almighty God, it is approaching the time of the year again when another class departs from Northampton County High School. We pray that Thou will help us to understand and appreciate the teachings of our parents, our principal and our teachers in order that we might profit in conquering the mysteries of this perplex world. Oh God, be with us in all our future endeavors and guide us to the path of righteousness. Amen 27 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY We, the class of 1966 entered Northampton County High School in Septem¬ ber of 1961. Our homeroom teachers were: Mr. Sisco, Mrs. Hastings, Mrs. Cherry, Mr. Adair, Miss Brown and Mr. Collins. Ours was a year of hustle and bustle. We were extremely excited and eager to learn. Della Z. Collins was " Miss Eighth Grade " in the Homecoming Activity. Katie M. White repre¬ sented us beautifully in the May Day Activities. That was a year to remember; it was our beginning. In September of 1962, we entered as jolly freshmen; ready to begin another year’s work. Our homeroom teachers were; Mr. Polk, Mr. C. Brickhouse, Mrs. M. Collins, Mr. Collins and Mr. Adair. Garnet Baines was the first person to win second place in the Science Conference on the state level in the history of our school. Claudette Brickhouse won third place in algebra in the District Conference. We achieved greatly academic wise that year. September of 1963, we let the summer dust out of our hair, put away our picnic baskets, and settled back for another year ' s achievement. As sopho¬ mores our teachers were: Mrs. Christain, Mrs. McCuller, Mrs. Upshur, Mr. Cook and Mr. Adair. Margaret F. Wynder was " Miss Tenth Grade " and Shelia Satchell represented us on May Day. Geraldine House won the spelling bee and Claudette Brickhouse won in the oratorical contest for her original speech. We were happily united again in the September of 1964, as Juniors, full of enthusiasm for the coming events. Our homeroom teachers were Miss Jami¬ son, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Adair, Miss Crayton and Mr. Sisco. Our theme for the prom was " Evening in Hawaii " . It was quite a success. Vann Brickhouse and Garnet Baines won fourth place in geometry at the Distict Conference. Carolyn Morris won the Eibrary Conference award. Velvet Copes won first place in the Art Show held at school. Eugene Harmon ended the academic year by winning the annual spelling bee. Betty Jacobs was our representative in the Homecoming Activities and Brenda Sessoms was our May Day representative. We are finally Seniors. Our homeroom teachers are Mr. Busch, Mr. Daniels, Mr. Sisco, and Mrs. Phifer. This year will forever stand out in our memory and our high school days, for our mission will soon be accomplished. Eleanor Wilson was " Miss Homecoming " this year. Maurice Rogers and Kenneth Nocks were captains of our football team. This year also marks the end of a part of a happy time in our lives and we are somewhat reluctant to say farewell. We go, with the thought that only the first pages of our history book has been c ompleted and we face the future with plans to write glorious more pages of history. SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY 1976 Welcome to the first class reunion of the Senior Class of 1966. Everyone looks healthy as usually. They look like well respective people in their re¬ spective fields. Let us take a peep and find out what each and everyone has been doing over the past ten (10) years. Velvet Copes is a doctor; not a medical but a psychologist. Her main interest is patients with love problems because this was her largest problem in high school and still is. Her regular patients are Cleo Giddens, Beverly Jones, Sallie Moorefield, Marion Ames, Shirley Bailey, and Ann Robinson. Wilda Stevens is the President of the Lonely Hearts Club. Vice President is Goldie Church, Secretary is Geraldine Washington Treasurer is Pearlie White, and Chaplain Ella Henderson. The Watchman is Valencia Powell because she is tall enough to see over all the eligible lonely bachelors thus giving the Lonely Heart ' s Club the first chance at them. Brenda Sessoms own the Ladies Shop in Paris. For the best in the latest fashions of the year, shop at Sessoms Ladies Shop. After nine years of romance, Mocile White and Roland Gunter were joined together in holy matrimony by Rev. Robert Townsend. The maid of honor was Constance Andrews, best man Charles Mason, bridesmaids Stella Harmon, Doretha Frazier and Margaret F. Wynder. Rev. Herbert Mapp performed his first marriage ceremony July 10, 1965, Dorothy Vennie and Fred Gunter. Maid of honor was Luray Powell, best man Willie Bailey, bridemaids Shelia Satchell, Rebecca Johnson, Regina Wright, LaVerne Doggett and Brenda Kellam. Deborah Savage was the first woman astronaut to land on the moon. The female Martians are crazy about Henry Powell, Leroy Ames, Joseph Ames, and Leroy Ames. While the male martians just dig those earthling fe¬ males Annie Beckett, Eleanor Wilson and Elezine Johnson. Pilot Clifton Bailey and co-pilot Clifton Moses and crew men Larry Taylor, Abron Ayers, Charles Fisher and Tommy Sanders were on a secret mission for the Air Force when their Space Craft went out of control and they became lost in space. Geraldine House is teaching French on the moon. C ' est la vie! (That is the Life). The only barbers on Jupiter are Theodore Watson and James Thompson. Their regular customers drop by once a month. They are Larry House, Theo- droe Reid, James Sample, Eddie Weeks, Ashby Harmon and George Henderson. Phillip Williams is the leader of the hottest group out. They have the number one record in town entitled " Help Me " , (I ' m A Flop). His group consist of 29 Perlie Rowley, Paulette Upshur, Carlton Sample, Alvin Satchell, Dorothy Jones and Alfred Robinson. Professional baseball players from the class of 66; Alfred Gunter is bat boy for the New York Mets, Nelson Johnson catcher for the Los Angeles Angels, Robert Church shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Eugene Harmon pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies. The Pennisula Neptunes have a fine team in scrimmage. The first string con¬ sist of players like Vann Brickhouse, Garnet Baines, Roland Bailey, Maurice Rogers and Julian Washington. The Clowns of the National Basketball League have finally won a game. The players are Kenneth Nocks, Raymond Morris, Preston Powell, Williams Stevens and Russell Carey. Betty Jacobs and Paul Baines have opened a dance school because they thought that they could dance. They have the following students, Farie Twyford, Lillie Ruffin, Gloris Dean, Claudette Brickhouse, Carey Atkins, Everett Hickman and Ruth Upshur. Carolyn Morris, Lenora Mitchell, Je anette Rogers and Althea Stewart are now Certified Public Accountants. Saundra Atkins is a typist typing 283 words per minute while Glynda Morris is trying to catch up with 250 per minute. Zenobia Collins is now a secretary in District Attorney ' s Thurman Figgs office. Joyce Tankard has stopped talking long enough to become a well know Ste¬ nographer . The largest wig shop is owned by Gloria Spady and Carolyn Fields. The name of it is the Bisfisbac. They have sold wings to Hazel Baines, Evelyn Thomas, Johnnie Mitchell, Annie Martian and Velma Williams. Susie Rogers, Alberta Roselle and Patricia Smith have opened a school to teach people to smile and show their beautiful dimples. The number one fashion designer is Kendall Downes. Her assistants are Johnella Edmonds and Helen Goffigon. The latest news tips from F-L-O-P. They have just added new additions to their show so they changed their names to H-E-L-P. News reporter -- Margaret Bell, weather reporter, Joyce Townsend, sports reporter Vera Smith and disc jockeys Lelia Morris and Ellen Rowley. The Band is playing " A Lover ' s Concerto " . It consists of Jacqueline Allen, Geraldine House and Calvin Taylor. Leading soloist is Stephanie Widgeon. Soon she will be leading us in the singing of our Alma Mater once again as she did on graduation. The clock on the wall says that it is time to go. Well, 1 must be seeing you. So long until we meet again. 30 SENIOR CLASS POEM Dear Old Northampton to you we would like to say, Thank you for your guidance, your wisdom and your play; Your friendly halls, your classrooms, a place to work and grow. For all this we are thankful and will keep you dear wherever we go. We are indebted to our principal whose time in our behalf was spent; Our teachers who toiled deligently that we may find the way. To make our paths in life to live from day to day; For these faithful educators we are deeply thankful. Now, to you dear schoolmates, whom we leave behind; We have a thought for you that you must keep in mind; " The heights of great men were not achieved by sudden flight; For while their companions slept-they were toiling upward through the night. " Now the time has come for us to part. But we shall always remember you deep within our hearts. These last words we say with a sorrowful sigh; We ' ll forever cherish you. Dear Old Northampton High. 31 SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1966, having but a few more joyful days before we graduate, being of sound mind, of healthy bodies and about to leave this institu¬ tion in a hurry, do publish and declare this document our Last Will and Testa¬ ment . To Mr. Smith, our principal, we leave our admiration and gratitude for his genuine interest in us and guidance in all our activities. To Mrs. Phifer, Mr. Daniels, Mr. Busch, and Mr. Sisco, our beloved spon¬ sors, we leave our love and heartfelt thanks for everything. To our teachers, we leave classes just like us, intelligent, brilliant, digni¬ fied, and bursting with the will and determination to learn and to leave hurriedly. To the Juniors, we leave our front row seats in the auditorium. To the underclassmen, we leave our brains, because they definitely need them. The following individuals bequeth their most valuable possessions; Geraldine Washington wills her ability to be quiet to anyone who desires it. Robert Townsend wills his ability to make friends to the Junior Class. John Upshur wills Jo-Ann Bailey to Raymond Smith because he has his eye on someone else. Herbert Mapp wills all his love to Yvonne Northan. Claudette Brickhouse wills a newly published book, " How to Absorb Geometry in Ten Easy Lessons, " to the Junior Class, especially Martha Collins. To Edna Lyons, Evelyn Thomas wills her friendly ways. Margaret S. Wynder wills her half of Raymond Thomas to Gail Sample, so she can now have all of him. Della Collins wills her smooth techniques in borrowing lunch money to Prentice Christian, hoping that he will use it to his advantage and not starve. Alfred Robinson wills his height to Irving Stratton. Pearlie Rowley wills her petite waist line to Martha Smith, who needs it very badly. Preston Powell wills his Government book to anyone who needs one. Garnet Baines will his cool personality to Bur¬ leigh Savage, because he is so square. Velvet Copes wills her 20 inch waist to India Trov er. Roland Gunter wills his jalopy and his ability to play baseball to Bobby Reid. Annie Beckett wills her no-solution problems to Linda Griffin. Vann Brickhouse wills his neat Afro hair style to Prentice Christian, because his head is so bare. Jeanette Rogers wills her hairy legs and ability to understand Robert to Joyce Willis. Rebecca Johnson wills her ability to act with dignity and intelligence at all times, to Sedonia Weeks. Betty Jacobs wills her exotic dance 32 steps to any non-dancing person in the Junior Class. Betty Spady wills her ability to disagree to Lonnie Brisco. Jacqueline Allen wills her long, shinning tresses and winning smile to Dianna Brickhouse. Clementine Ames wills her " swinging” flute to Merida Smith, hoping that she will play it better than she plays the bells. Charles Mason wills Burleigh Savage, his ability to dress quickly, and neatly in the morning. Althea Stewart wills her smooth walk to Hattie Henderson. Shirley Bailey wills her typing ability to Linda and Arthur Griffin. James Thompson wills his jolly disposition to William Perry, so he can keep them (the teachers), rockin’ and rollin ' with laughter. Margaret Bell wills her beautiful gams to Dorothy Satchell. Ellen Rowley wills her petite figure to any person who needs it, and her class books to her sister, Paulette. Beverly Jones wills her weight to Grace Nottingham. Geraldine House wills her dreamy eyes to Rachel Ames. Roland Bailey wills his head to Prentice Chris¬ tian, because his is shaped like an egg shell. Glynda Morris wills her ability to get Shorthand and Bookkeeping to Sedonia Weeks, in hope that she will use it wisely. Gloris Dean wills all h er love to Leon Collins. Eugene Harmon wills his dancing ability to Earnest Sheppard. Alice Smith wills her knack of match¬ ing colors to Mary Goodwyn. Henry Powell wills his smooth ability to get along with the girls to Thomas Wynder because he needs something to get him started. William Brown wills his walk and bowlegs to Willie James. Eleanor Wilson wills her ability to get along with others to anyone in the Junior Class who wants it. Carey Atkins wills his ability to get his lessons to Bobby Reid, because he is a perfect vacuum. Deborah Savage wills her ability to get along with others to her sister, Dorinda, hoping she ' ll use it wisely and often. Joseph Ames wills his Government book to Joyce Smith. Barbara Gollins wills her pleasant smile and pleasing personality to Brenda Mapp. Theodore Watson wills his charming way with the girls to Jennis Collins, hoping he will make good use of it. Lenora Mitchell wills her suave manner of speaking to Burleigh Savage, so he ' ll stop embarassing himself in public. Leroy James wills all his love to Mary Brisco. Vera Smith wills her legs to Barbara Nottingham. Goldie Church wills her patience to Brenda White. Carlton Sample wills his singing ability to the Junior Class, so next year ' s seniors will have some talent. Shelia Satchell wills her driving ability to Glynda Smith. Luray Powell wills her pleas¬ ing personality and winning smile to every girl in the Junior Class. To the Art class of ' 67, Alvin Satchell wills his artistic ability. Carolyn Fields wills her legs to Grace Nottingham, and her shortness to Brenda Morris. Elezine John¬ son wills her model-like walk to Sedonia Weeks. Ashby Harmon wills his danc- 33 ing ability to Charles White and Shirley Young. Johnnie Mitchell wills her petite figure to Martha Collins. Eddie Weeks wills his friendship to Joyce Smith. Saundra Atkins wills her ability to accomplish Shorthand to Yulanda Bell. Paul Baines wills his Fred Astaire dance steps to Bobby Reid. Joyce Townsend wills her ability to get along with others to Stella Burton. Joyce Tankard wills her 60 words a minute talking machine (her mouth) to Phyllis Nottingham, because she’s so quiet. Fred Gunter wills his pool stick to Earnest Sheppard. Regina Wright wills her French II book, with all the answers to James Johnson, know¬ ing he will use it well. Alberta Roselle wills her dimples to Brenda Morris. Phillip Williams wills his ability to get along with girls to Calvin Mitchell. Patricia Smith wills her long wooden earrings and her quiet ways, to a friend always, Gail. Stella Harmon wills her shapely figure to Grace Nottingham. Clifton Bailey is so glad to get away that he wills everything he has to anyone who wants it. Marion Ames wills her hair to anyone who has the patience to style it. Margaret F. Wynder wills her knack to achieve and get along with others to Gail Sample. Brenda Sessoms wills her shape and personality to all Junior girls who need it. Leroy Ames wills his love to Janie McKnight. Paulette Upshur wills her singing ability to Jacqueline Stanley. George Henderson wills his secret formula for growing a mustache to Larry Rowley, because he has been trying so hard to grow one without success. Brenda Kellam wills her neatness to Mildred Brickhouse. Annie Martin wills her pretty cocoa-cola shaped legs to Brenda Mapp and Dorothy Lyons. Everett Hickman, " trying to hold on to something he ' s sure to lose " , wills all his love to Dianne Beech. Constance Andrews wills her fabulous hair styles to Hazel Bland in hope that she will use them soon, very soon. Thurman Figgs wills all his love to Veron¬ ica Blake. Dorothy Jones wills her neat legs £o Mary Smaw and Ann Square. Johnella Edmonds wills her dancing ability to Jacqueline Stanley, and her ability to drive to Mallie Treherne. To Clarence Sample and William Perry on the road to popularity, Maurice Rogers wills them his dynamic personality. Velma Williams wills her cute smile to Vera Jordan. Ann Robinson wills her petite figure to Stella Carpenter. Willie Bailey wills interest in science to anyone who needs it. Barbara Giddens wills all her love to Rodney Johnson. Valencia Powell wills her speaking ability to Veronica Blake, which was willed to her by Georgia Goodwyn. Robert Watson wills all his love to Grace Nottingham. Ruth Ames wills her ability to make A ' s in government to Celestine Nottingham. Lelia Mor¬ ris wills her short stature and petiteness to Stella Carpenter and Brenda Morris, Raymond Morris wills his dancing ability and sexy voice to Thomas Wynder, 34 who seems to try so hard but just can ' t make the grade. Carolyn Morris wills her unit in Trig to Brenda Mapp because she will never obtain it by herself. Rob¬ ert Church wills his ability to play baseball to Raymond Smith and Jennis Col¬ lins . Ruth Upshur wills her ability to get along with people to Burley James. Larry House wills his ability to get along with others to Joseph Press. Carlene Smith wills her American Girl figure to Grace Nottingham. William Stevens wills her ability to play basketball to Jennis Collins. Kendall Downes wills her front seat in government class to Rodney Johnson. Wilda Stevens wills her shortness to Brenda Morris. Sallie Moorefield wills her shortness to Barbara Savage. To Burley James, Gloria Spady, wills all her love. Cleo Giddens wills her figure to Dorothy Lyons. Susie Rogers wills her neatness and posture to Brenda Morris. To Yulanda Bell, Doretha Frazier leaves her personality, and her shorthand grades. Dorothy Vennie wills her petite figure to Brenda Morris. Julian Washington wills his ability to act cool and calm in any situation to Gecil Lofland. Mocile White wills her half of the ' 53 Chevy to her sister, Brenda and to her friend Gail Sample, because they can ' t afford a G.T.O. Ella Henderson wills her ability to get along with others to anyone who needs it. Larry Taylor wills his singing ability to Cornell Dozier. Farie Twyford wills all her love to Barry Stevens. Lillie Ruffin wills her cute smile to anyone who needs it. Russell Carey wills all his love to Grace Nottingham. Alfred Gunter wills his quietness to Gail Sample. Hazel Baines wills her ability to make and keep friends to Hattie Henderson. Nelson Johnson wills his sweet ways to Herbert James. LaVerne Doggett wills her ability to think intelligently to all the slow- thinking Juniors. Clifton Moses wills his ability to stay out of trouble to Dallas Manuel. Charles Fisher wills his studious look to Anthony Arnold. Theodore Reid wills his husky voice to the boy that needs it most. Stephanie Widgeon wills her beautiful eyes to anyone who desires them. James Sample wills his skills to anyone that can use them. Tommy Saunders wills his ability to play sports to Larry Trower. Helen Goffigon wills her exotic coiffures to Jacqueline Stanley. Abron Ayers wills his shyness to Glaude Rowley. Kenneth Nock wills his position as " star " of the football team to Bobby Reid. Larry Smith wills his glasses to all the blind Juniors. Galvin Taylor wills his artistic ability to the Stevens twin that can ' t draw. Edward Warren wills his English book to the Ju¬ nior who can ' t afford to buy one. 35 SENIOR CLASS VICE PRESIDENT PRESIDENT OFFICERS SECRETARY Garnet Baines ASST. SECRETARY Roland Bailey Barbara Collins TREASURER BUSINESS MGR. PARLIAMENTARIAN Regina Wright Alvin Satchell Margaret Wynder Maurice Rogers CHAPLAIN HISTORIAN REPORTER SERGEANT AT ARMS Carlton Sample Eleanor Wilson Eugene Harmon Kenneth Nock SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BEST ATHLETE BEST CITIZENS MOST COOPERATIVE Betty Jacobs Kenneth Nock Eleanor Wilson Carey Atkins Carolyn Morris Alvin Satchell KINDEST BEST SINGERS BEST DRESSED Betty Spady Henry Powell Paulette Upshur Carlton Sample Brenda Sessoms Charles Mason BEST COUPLE BEST LOOKING SMALLEST Mocile White Roland Gunter Zenobia Collins Russell Carey Geraldine House Nelson Johnson 37 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BEST ARTIST QUIETEST SHORTEST Barbara Collins Alvin Satchell Geraldine Washington Willie Bailey Wilda Stevens Clifton Bailey MOST SERIOUS MOST TALKATIVE TALLEST Goldie Church Carey Atkins Joyce Tankard Phillip Williams Valencia Powell Alfred Robinson MOST TALENTED BEST SPEAKERS BEST DANCERS Betty Jacobs Maurice Rogers Claudette Brickhouse Alvin Satchell Betty Jacobs Eugene Hannon 38 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES MOST LIKELY SWEETEST MOST POPULAR TO SUCCEED Joyce Tankard Margaret Wynder Claudette Brickhouse Alvin Satchell Maurice Rogers Alvin Satchell 1966 LIGHTHOUSE STAFF STANDING: Regina Wright, Social Editor; Jacqueline Allen, Social Editor; Carlene Smith, Yearbook Sales Manager; Roland Bailey, Editor In Chief; Alvin Satchell, Art Editor; Johnella Edmonds, Advertising Sales Manager; Paulette Upshur, Class Editor; Lelia Morris, Class Editor; Maurice Rogers, Photographic Editor; Eugene Harmon, Sports Editor; Claudette Brickhouse, Business Manager. SEATED: Carolyn Morris, Business Manager; Mocile White, Advertising Sales Manager; Eleanor Wilson, Literary Editor; Margaret Wynder, Literary Editor. We, the staff of the 1966 " Lighthouse " set out several months before this publica¬ tion to preserve many memories of this and other school years. We have tried to in¬ crease the number of pictures of students, teachers, teams, organizations, and activities of Northampton County High School. It would be impossible to put all these memories into words and pictures, but we have tried to include most of the big things and some of the small things that happened from day to day. May this " 1966 " Lighthouse serve to refresh your diminishing mem¬ ories of our high school days as you scan these pages. 39 JUNIORS JUNIOR A CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Larry Trower VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Hazel Bland Jacqueline Stanley Mallie Treherne CHAPLAIN TREASURER The members of llA and Miss F. J. Bishop, our homeroom teacher, extend-our best wishes to the seniors for a future that is happy and successful. Barbara Custis Gloria Morris JUNIOR A CLASS 41 JUNIOR B CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Ralph Smith Doris Bull 4 Portia Carey Arzalia Spady TREASURER CHAPLAIN To our graduating class of 1966, we extend our best wishes for a successful future. We trust you will continue your education. " Choose what you like, but let it be the best! " Brenda Mapp Barbara Nottingham JUNIOR B CLASS 42 JUNIOR C CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Edna Lyons VICE PRESIDENT 0 Dianne Davis SECRETARY Stella Carpenter ASST, SECT. Celestine Upshur TREASURER Under the guidance of our homeroom teacher, Miss M. L. Magwood, we the mem¬ bers of 11 C homeroom are striving to reach our goals. To the graduating class of 1966, we wish to leave the following: " The success of tomorrow depends on the preparation of today. " CEIA PLAIN Seth Giddens Hattie Henderson JUNIOR C CLASS 43 JUNIOR D CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Thomas Banister Melvin Press Curtis Gunter Bernard Collins TREASURER CHAPLAIN Our class, IID, entered Northampton County High School, August 30, 1965, under the guidance of Mr. L. Alexander. Our major objective is to develop diversified leadership potentialities, academically, socially, and religiously. To the seniors, we truly hope that you have learned to utilize your abilities to the highest in this new age. Rodney Beckett JUNIOR D CLASS Jennis Collins 44 JUNIOR E CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Cornal Dozier Raymond Smith Joyce Willis ASST. SECT. Stella Burton CHAPLAIN We, the members of Junior ”E” Class, under the supervision of Mrs. Christain entered Northampton County High School for the fourth year on August 30, 1965, with great hopes for a prosperous and successful year. To the seniors we say, Good, Better, Best, never let it rest. Until your Good is Better and the Better is the Best. BUSINESS MGR. Charlie White Donald Williams JUNIOR E CLASS 45 SOPHOMORES e-lV SOPHOMORE A CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Cecil Batts TREASURER VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Cassandra Greene Mary Addison Edna Bannister We the members of lOA entered North¬ ampton County High School, August 30, 1965 under the supervision of Mrs . E . S. Mc- Culler. We as a class have striven to do our best and we will continue to strive for the best. All of us have but one goal and that is for The Road to Success. To the Seniors, " Strive to be leaders, and we shall be good Fol¬ lowers . " ASST. SECT. Pensey Smith CHAPLAIN Deborah Johnson SOPHOMORE A CLASS 47 SOPHOMORE B CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Olivier Jcynes Jo Ann Barett Larry Smaw TREASURER Alien Reid The members of Sophomore B class entered Northampton County High School for the third time on August 30, 1965, under the super¬ vision of Mr. N. Fuller. We are determined to achieve more than we did in the two pre¬ vious years. To the seniors we give you this thought, " From contemplation one may become wise but knowledge comes only through study¬ ing. " ASST. SECT. Geraldine Fislrer CHAPLAIN RutJr James SOPHOMORE B CLASS 48 SOPHOMORE C CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Cynthia Weeks Juanita Baines Lillie Church TREASURER On August 30, 1965, we the members of 10 " C” section entered Northampton County High School under the guidance of our home¬ room teacher, Miss D. Bachus. We are striving with much determination to achieve the highest goals obtainable. To the graduating class of " 66 " , we ex¬ tend the best wishes for much success and happiness in the future. Joyce Smaw CHAPLAIN Robert Morris Samuel Robinson SOPHOMORE C CLASS 49 SOPHOMORE D CLASS OFFICERS PRESroENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Virginia Upshirr Earnest Sheppard Kenneth Watson Ann Upshur TREASURER CHAPLAIN We extend to our Senior Class best wishes and congratulations. May you continue to achieve worthwhile goals as you have done thus far. Sophomores are reputed to be " wise " ; yet we, like you, have just begun. Food for thought: Aldous Huxley once said, " We don ' t know because we don ' t want to know. ' ' Issac Smith Freddy Smith SOPHOMORE D CLASS 50 SOPHOMORE E CLASS OEEICERS PRESIDENT Cuitis Smith VICE PRESIDENT Betty Upshttr SECRETARY Mary Smaw ASST. SECT. » Mildred Coston TREASURER CHAPLAIN Ann Square We the members of the Sophomore E sec¬ tion came to this school on the 31st. day of August to further create our skills and under¬ standings. Under the supervision of Miss D. M. Upshur, we are striving toward a profit¬ able school year. We wish the members of the graduating class much success in their undertakings, and as they move toward their goals, may they leave a light for us to follow. Larry Ames SOPHOMORE E CLASS 51 FRESHMEN FRESHMAN A CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Maxine Trower VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Jacqueline Johnson Audrey Henderson Joan Morris TREASURER Thomas Smaw CHAPLAIN We, the members of 9A class under the supervision of Miss E . Crayton entered Northampton County High School on August 31, 1965. We entered this year with an even greater desire to achieve the great opportunities of¬ fered to us. To the graduating class of " 66 " , we wish to encourage you to strive on, on, and on. Norman Robinson FRESHMAN A CLASS 53 FRESHMAN B CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Fletcher Richardson TREASURER Jean Greene Betty Brickhouse We, the members of 9B class, entered school this year under the supervision of Mrs. Collins, with great anticipation for a prosperous and enlightening year. To the " Seniors of 66 " , we are extending our best wishes, hoping that you have much success and happiness in all your endeavors. Margaret Baines ASST. SECT. Effie Doggett CHAPLAIN Mildred Foeman FRESHMAN B CLASS 54 FRESHMAN C CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT, Percell Widgeon James Johnson Joyce Ames Larry Church TREASURER CHAPLAIN We, the members of Freshman ”C " class, under the supervision of Mr. F. Fisher would like to express our desire to accomplish the things offered to us. We hope with great anticipation for a prosperous year. To the graduating class of " 66” " Reach for higher goals. " Marvin Satchell Fredrick Sample FRESHMAN C CLASS 55 FRESHMAN D CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Terry Ames Joyce Wynder Shirley Twyford ASST. SECT. Roland Palmer TREASURER CHAPLAIN We the members of Freshman D Class, under the supervision of our homeroom teacher, Mr. C. L. Brickhouse entered Northampton County High School on August 30, 1965. We are striving co-operatively and diligently to achieve higher educational goals . To the graduating class of " 66” we leave the following; " The future lies ahead look to it with determination. Vincent Stanley Barbara Bannister FRESHMAN D CLASS 56 FRESHMAN E CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Larry Scarborough Annie Thomas Wallane Cabell Linda Addison TREASURER Frank Williams We, the members of 9E entered North¬ ampton County High School on August 30, 1965, under the supervision of Mr. J. Col¬ lins . We hope to achieve the things we desire to have in the future. To the class of " 66 " we hope you achieve the knowledge you were supposed to gain and may you have success in the future. CEIAPLAIN Larry Jones FRESHMAN E CLASS 57 FRESHMEN F CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Evangelia Gray VICE PRESIDENT Charles Williams SECRETARY Sandra Burton TREASURER Deloris Garrison ASST. SECT. Rita Powell We, the members of 9F class, under the supervision of our homeroom teacher, Miss B. Tally wish to express our gratitude and happi¬ ness for being a part of Northampton County High School ' s large and prosperous family. In 1969 we hope to occupy with honor, the place the seniors are now filling. To the graduating class of " 66 " ; " Reach for the Stars. " CHAPLAIN ,1 James Wynder FRESHMAN F CLASS 58 MHiv PRESIDED Deborah Bibbins EIGHT A CLASS OFFICERS VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Deborah Frances Linda Stevens TREASURER Frank Williams CHAPLAIN Glenn Stratton On August 30, 1965, we, the members of 8A Class, enrolled as students at Northampton County High School where we will complete the second plateau of our educational career. We entered high school with the realization of the importance of gaining quality education which will prepare us to meet today ' s high standards of excellence. To the graduating class of 1966, we wish to extend the following thought, " Don ' t let escape the opportunity of the present, it will not re¬ turn . " EIGHT A CLASS ASST. SECT. Joyce Thomas 60 EIGHT B CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Gene Kenney Angela Ames Nancy Trower Shirley Bull TREASURER Leon Spady We the members of 8B Class entered North¬ ampton County High with the determination to meet the challenges of the next five years. With the help and guidance of our homeroom teacher, Mrs. V. Dent and subject teachers, this aim should be fulfilled. To the graduating class; Education is a continuous process. Never feel you know all there is to be learned because we cease to exist when that occurs. EIGHT B CLASS SGT. AT ARMS Ghoncie Reid 61 EIGHT C CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Loretta Bailey TREASURER VICE PRESIDENT James Widgeon SECRETARY Annie Mitchell ASST. SECT. Shirley Savage CHAPLAIN We, the members of 8C, under the guidance of Mr. J. Nottingham, Jr., entered North¬ ampton County High on August 30, 1965. We entered with great anticipation of five prosperous years. We are striving to attain higher goals. As a farewell salute to the outstanding Se¬ niors, " Life is a picture, so paint it well! " Eugene Johnson Diane Scarborough EIGHT C CLASS 62 PRESIDENT Carolyn Robinson EIGHT D CLASS OFFICERS VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Bonnie Giddens JoAnn Johnson Thomas Henry CHAPLAIN Hermine Collins We, the members of 8D Class, entered Northampton County High School on August 30, 1965, with the strong desire to succeed. We were put under the leadership of Mr. J. Dent, with whom we are diligently working to achieve our aim. To the senior class of 1966, we salute you as a door opening for our tomorrow. Strive to reach the apex of life. EIGHT D CLASS SGT. AT ARMS Otis Whittey 63 EIGHT E CLASS OEFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Gregory Spady Willie Davis Margie James Carolyn James TREASURER CHAPLAIN Maddine Giddens We, the members of 8E eagerly entered Northampton County High on August 30, 1965, and was assigned room 7, with Mrs. A. Brown as our homeroom teacher . We enterd with great determination and sin¬ cerity to make the best use of all opportunities offered to us. To the graduating class we extend our sin¬ cere prayer for a very successful, happy life in all your endeavors . Elmer Collins EIGHT E CLASS 64 EIGHT F CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Vera Sharpe Paul Williams Charles Townsend Ikf W ‘ . Patricia Fitchett CHAPLAIN Ruth Johnson We, the members of 8F Class entered Northampton County High School on August 30, 1965, under the supervision of Miss D. Meador, our homeroom teacher. We are striving to complete the highest form of education here. To the graduating class, we wish you much success in all your endeavors. Strive not to equal but to excel, because a winner never loses and a loser never wins. TREASURER Larry Figgs EIGHT F CLASS 65 EIGHT G GLASS OFFIGERS PRESIDENT Janice Smith VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Caffie Collins Margaret Morris ASST. SECT. Deborah Smaw TREASURER Deloris Williams We, the members of 8G Class entered Northampton County High School on August 30, 1965, under the guidance of our teacher. Miss T. Jamison. With the aim to excel in all we undertake, we are looking forward to a successful year. To the graduating class of 1966, we would like to leave this thought with you. " To know that we know what we know and that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowl¬ edge . ” CHAPLAIN Paul Johnson EIGHT G GLASS 66 ORGANIZATIONS N.C.H.S. CHORUS The N.C.H.S. Chorus under the able direction of Mr. Edward Busch, Jr. has been successful thus far, and hopes to continue the drive of culture through music in our school and community. To the graduating class of 1966, " Whatever you strive to be, be the best. " Our officers are as follows: Mocile White, President; Maurice Rogers, Vice- President; Gial Sample, Secretary; Zenobia Collins, Assistant Secretary; Margaret S. Wynder, Business Manager; Betty Jacobs and Barbara Custis, Librarian. N.C.H.S. BAND The Northampton County High School Band under the direction of Mr. M. Overton, has been making rapid progress this year. For the first time in many years the N. C.H.S..Band led the Homecoming Parade. We were all very proud of the success of the band. The officers are: Milton Ames, President; Cynthia Collins, Vice-President; Betty Brickhouse, Secretary; Peggy Brickhouse, Business Manager. The members of the band wish to extend this thought to the graduating seniors, " Use the talents you possess, for the woods would be very silent if no birds sang except the best. " 68 PUBLICATION STAFF The Future Business Leaders of America publication staff main objective is to publish two editions of the ’’Lighthouse” newspaper during each school year. Officers are: Editor in Chief; Regina Wright, Assoc. Editor; Brenda Mapp, Ex¬ change Editor; Brenda Sessoms, Make-Up-Editors; Dorinda Savage, Constance Adnrews, Typists; Charles Mason, Brenda Mapp, William Perry, Walter Baines, Diane Davis, Associates; Pauline Mapp, Ruth James, Bonnie Major, JoAnn Bailey, Joyce Ames. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA The Northampton County High School Chapter of the F .B. L. A. is sponsored l)y; Mrs. M. S. Christian, Miss M. K. Helm, and Miss D. Upshur. The Chapter consists of students who are enrolled in one or more business subjects. The Chapter’s main objective is to emphasize the need of more people in the business world. To the Graduating Class. ’’Remember PROGRESS is your most important PRODUCT. The officers are: Regina Wright, President; Cynthia Peace, Vice President; Brenda Sessoms, Secretary, Brenda Mapp, Asst. Secretary; Shelia Satchell, Treasurer; Prentis Christian, Business Manager; Constance Andrews, Cliaplain. 69 HONOR SOCIETY As members of the Honor Society here at Northampton County High School, it gives us great pleasure as well as an honor to attain and maintain a scholastic average of 3.0 or better. We are an organized body, under the supervision of Mrs. A. B. Brown, that is trying to bring more success to our school as well as to ourselves. Club officers are; President, Claudette Brickhouse; Vice-President, Larry Trower; Secretary, Shelia Satchell; Assistant Secretary, Jacqueline Stanley; Business Manager, William Perry; Chaplain, Beatrice Smaw. To the graduating seniors we wish to designate " He who ' s not the first to win, doesn’t give up, just try again. " COLLEGE BOUND CLUB The College Bound Club under the guidance of Mrs. A. Smith and Mr. C. Brick- house has as its aim to ease the difficult transition from high school to college like and prepare its members to adjust to what is to come. The officers for the year are: Garnet Bainesk, President; Lenora Mitchell, Vice- President; Betty Jacobs, Secretary; Margaret S. Wynder, Assistant Secretary; Deborah Savage, Treasurer; Paulette Upshur, Chaplain. 70 NORTHAMPTON CHAPTER OFFICERS Assistant Secretary, Larry Fisher; Parliamentarian, Kenneth Watson; Chaplain, Roy Jones; Advisor, Mr. C. N. Williams; Historian, Melvin Press; Treasurer, Issac Smith; Reporter, Clifton Bailey. Not shown in the picture are; President, Henry Powell; Vice-President, Eugene Harmon; and Secretary, Raymond Morris. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America is a national organization for boys studying voca¬ tional agriculture in public secondary schools under the provisions of the National Vocational Education Acts. The Northampton F.F.A. Chapter was organized in 1965. We the members and officers of the Northampton F.F.A. Chapter wish to con¬ gratulate the graduating class of 1966 for a job well done and leave this thought: " There is no right way to do a wrong thing. " 71 SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB The Social Studies Club under the fine supervision of Mr. N. Fuller and Mr. F. Fisher has one main objective in mind, and that is to encourage the students to learn the values of social studies. The club officers are Margaret S. Wynder, President; Susie Rogers, Vice- President; Betty Jacobs, Secretary; Lelia Morris, Asst. Secretary; Zenobia Collins, Treasurer; Paulette Upshur, Chaplain; Velvet Copes, Business Manager; Carolyn Morris, Sgt. At Arms. To the graduating class of ' 66, " Forget the past and what lies behind you and press on forward to the future that lies in front of you. " STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, under the fine supervision of Mr. W. Sisco, began this school year with great determination to impress upon the student body the importance of government in their everyday life. The officers for 1965-66 are: Burleigh Savage, President; Alvin Satchell, Vice- President; Joyce Tankard, Secretary; Margaret S. Wynder, Treasurer; Sargent Christian, Business Manager; and Betty Jacobs, Chaplain. To the 1966 graduates, " Strive for the better things in life; always reach for the stars. " 72 FINE ARTS CLUB The Fine Arts Club under the supervision of Mr. Jack Johnson and Mr. Edward Busch, Jr. would like to leave this quotation to the graduating class of 1966 -- " Fine Arts is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his per¬ sonality to the world he lives in. " The officers this year are; Joyce Tankard, President; Betty Jacobs, Vice-President; Barbara Collins, Secretary; Paulette Upshur, Assistant Secretary; Johnella Edmonds, Treasurer; Velvet Copes, Business Manager; Carlton Sample, Chaplain. EXPLORERS The Explorers under the direction of Mr. W. Sisco and Mr. J. Collins started the year 1965-66 with the hopes of accomplishing most of our goals. We extend to the graduating class of 1966 our wishes that you will realize the prob¬ lems you will have to face, and have prepared yourselves to meet them. The club officers are: Larry Trower, President; Warren Church, Vice-President; Sargent Christian, Secretary. 73 F.H.A. CHAPTER OFFICERS The Northampton F.H.A. Chapter Officers are: Doris Bull, Secretary, Elezine Johnson, Asst. Secretary; Stella Harmon, Historian; M artha Collins, Vice President; Jacqueline Stanley, President; Ella Henderson, Treasurer; Dorothy Satchell, Asst. Treasurer; LaVern Doggett, Reporter; Johnnie Mitchell. Asst. Reporter. F.H.A. ORGANIZATION The Future Homemakers of America under the supervision of Mrs. I. J. Williams began its first year with much enthusiasm. Its objectives are; (1) To be able to estab¬ lish and practice high standards in performing homemaking responsibilities. (2) To develop an understanding of the F.H.A. program. (3) To gain an understanding of occupational opportunities for youth in our community and elsewhere. To the graduating class we leave this thought, " A comfortable home is a great source of happiness. It ranks immediately after health and a clear conscience. " Best wishes in all your efforts. 74 THE LIBRARY-READERS CLUB OFFICERS STANDING: Luray Powell, Reporter; Dorothy Vennie, Secretary; Cynthia Jacobs, Assistant Sec.: Dorothy Church, Chaplain.. SEATED: Lenora Mitchell; President; Velvet Copes, Business Manager; Carolyn Morris, Vice President; Sponsor, Miss C. Echols. THE LIBRARY-READERS CLUB The Library-Readers Club was organized mainly to promote the growth and develop¬ ment of our library and to create within our student body and interest in reading and selecting good books and other printed goods . This year the Library-Readers Club was very fortunate to have a new sponsor. Miss C. Echols . To the graduating class of 1966 we leave you with this thought " Great Scholars never graduate in a hurry, they do it in degrees. " 75 FRENCH CLUB We, the members of Le Cercle Francais first wish to extend our best wishes to all the graduating seniors . Our organized group has been an organization of great determination this year. Under our new sponsor, Mademoiselle Mary Magwood we have accomplished many new and interesting ideas. We wish to leave these words to the seniors, " Votre vie est que vous fait il. " Bon Chance. Officers are: President, Carolyn Morris; Vice President, Martha Collins; Secre¬ tary, Shelia Satchell; Asst. Sec. Geraldine House; Treasurer, Barbara Collins; Chaplain, Constance Andrews; Sgt. at Arms, Regina Wright; Business Manager, Margaret Wynder. ENGLISH CLUB The Members of the English Club, under the guidance of Mrs. M. D. Cherry and Miss B. Talley, have as their main objective to promote in the minds of students a deeper appreciation for literature and a better understanding of the correct usage of grammar. dTe officers are: President, Betty Jacobs; Vice President, Beverly Graves; Secre¬ tary, Zenobia Collins; Treasurer, Stella Harmon, Chaplain, Paulette Upshur. To the 1966 Graduates, we extend best wishes for a most successful future. 76 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America under the supervision of Mrs. E. McCuller is under way this year with new members trying to develop their interest in becoming successful teachers of tomorrow, To the graduating class we leave this thought; " Strive on and you will always find a better day. " The officers are: Paulette Upshur, President; Gloria Morris, Vice President; Barbara Collins, Secretary; Cassandra Greene, Asst. Sec. Shelia Satchell, Business Manager; Carolyn Morris, Parliamentarian; Clementine Ames, Sgt. At Arms. SCIENCE-MATH CLUB The Science-Math Club under the guidance of Miss Bachus, Miss Jamison, Mr. Alexander and Mr. C. Brickhouse has as its main objective to assist students in de¬ veloping and applying their abilities to mathematical and scientific situations. The officers are: Jacqueline Stanley, President; Walter Baines, Vice President; Betty Jacobs, Sec. Gloria Morris, Asst. Sec. Dorinda Savage, Treasurer; Phyllis Scarborough, Chaplain, Garnet Baines, Bus. Manager. To the 1966 graduating class, we leave the thought -- " Every man is a stepping- stone for another, let it be so that you are doing the stepping, and not the stone that must be stepped upon. " 77 DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatics Club is under the new supervision of Miss E. Crayton and Miss F, Bishop. We would like to leave this quotation to the graduates: " Small minds discuss Persons, Average minds discuss Events, Great minds discuss Ideas. " The officers are: President; Betty Jacobs, Vice President; Jacqueline Stanley, Sec¬ retary; Barbara Collins, Asst. Secretary Phyllis Bell; Treasurer, Vera Jordan; Bus. Manager; Carolyn Morris. INDUSTRIAL CLUB We, the members of the Industrial Club, realize the demand for excellence in our chosen field. To this end we strive. To the graduating class of 1966, the present is a time of great social and tech¬ nological change, the future can be greater, but you must make it so. 78 SAFETY PATROL CLUB The 1965-66 chapter of the Northampton County Safety Patrol Club, under the direction of Mr. Cook and Mr. Nottingham, will strive to encourage just as it ' s name implies, safety. We help our school during suprise fire drills or in a real emergency by helping our teachers to evacuate the buildings in an orderly manner; we assist the bus drivers in transit and while loading or unloading by stopping traf¬ fic; we watch and listen at railroad crossings; we are willing to help in any emergency. To the seniors; " Strive for a better education and be safe. " N.C.H.S. BUS DRIVERS STANDING: Mr. Edward Wynder, Mr. Reginald Collins, Mr. Bennie Satchell, Mr. Jacob Burton, Mr. Fred Jordan, Mr. Robert Lindsey, Mr. Jerome Stanford, and Mr. Henry Purnell. KNEELING: Mr. Patrick Bannister, Mr. Charles Wescott, Mr. Willie Weeks, Mr. James Spady, Mr. Robert Rowley, Mr. Ollie Kates and Mr. David Bailey. 79 CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Thelma Warren, Miss Flora Burrows, Mrs. Mirtie Collins and Mrs. Betty Giddens, Manager. Mr. David Satchell and Mr James Brickhouse. Not shown, Mr. James Sims. JANITORIAL STAFF 80 MAY QUEEN CROWNING Miss May Queen, Queen Mary Spady, was crowned by our Principal, Mr. W. H. Smith, as a cheering crowd watched, A cheering crowd of students, alumni, visitors, and friends watched as Queen Mary was escorted to her throne by Felton Sessoms. The days activities were high¬ lighted by many activities presented by the Physical Education Department of North¬ ampton County High School. HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES Miss Homecoming of 1965, Miss Eleanor Wilson, was crowned by our principal, Mr. W. H. Smith, before a cheering crowd of spectators. Miss Wilson was escorted by Carey Atkins, Miss Eighth Grade: Deborah Francis; Miss Freshman, Betty Brickliouse; Miss Sophomore, Lillie Church; and Miss Junior, Doris Bull. Escorts: Robert Church and Eugene Harmon. 01 ATHLETICS ilftawifriinriiiirtilf .— Zjijy . .. iii,.,i, .:Ji . FOOTBALL JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL The 1965-66 Junior Varsity: FRONT ROW: Freddie Smith, Gerry Ames, James Johnson, Oliver Joynes, Ulysess Smith. SECOND ROW: Prentis Christian, Trainer; Wilbert Spady, Larry Smaw, Thomas Smaw, Lorenzo Savage, Norman Robinson, Larry Trower, Statistician; Mr. T. Daniels, Coach. NOT SFIOWN: Harry Coston, Captain; Donald Dillard, Co-Captain; Barry Stevens, Co-Captain. The football team under the tutelage of Mr. C. O. Williams, Head Coach and Mr. T. Little. FRONT ROW: Clarence Vaughn, Trainer; Larry Trower, Statistician; Freddie Sample, Donald Dillard, Raymond Smith, Lonnie Wiggins. SECOND ROW: Milton Dunton, Trainer; Sargent Christian, James Johnson, Prentis Christian, Anthony Arnold, Rodney Johnson, William Perry, Reporter. THIRD ROW: Clifton Bailey, William Walker, Burleigh Savage, Seth Giddens, Garnet Baines, Vann Brickhouse. FOURTH ROW: Mr. C. O. Williams, Roland Bailey, Maurice Rogers, Co-Captain; Kenneth Nocks, Captain; Bobby Reid, Barry Stevens, Mr. T. Little. 83 VARSITY “N’’ CLUB Maurice Rogers, Vice President; Roland Gunter, Garnet Baines, Business Manager; Kenneth Nock, Treasurer; Burleigh Savage, Vann Brickliouse, Secretary; Prentis Ghristian, Roland Bailey, President. VARSITY BASKETBALL The 1965-66 Varsity: FRONT ROW: Anthony Arnold, Leon Gollins, George Johnson, Go-Gaptain; Garlos Men¬ doza, Bobby Reid, Walter James. SEGOND ROW: Mr. G. O. Williams, Goach; Larry Trower, Statistician; Willie James, William Perry, Alfred Robinson, Gaptain; Herbert James, Barry Stevens, Prentis Ghristian, Trainer; Glarence Vaughn, Trainer; Mr. T. Daniels, Goach. 84 BASEBALL TEAM S FRONT ROW: Thomas Reid, Burleigh Savage, Robert Church, Kenneth Nock, Bobby Reid, Clifton Bailey, John Upshur, Roland Gunter. SECOND ROW: Barry Stevens, Trainer- Leon Collins, Willie James, Prentis Christian, Sargent Christian, Larry Trower, William Perry, Statistician: and Clarence Vaughn. ’ GIRLS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS 85 DRILL TEAM The Drill Team under the leadership of Miss D. Meador and Miss S. Parham plays an active part in the social activities of this school by serving as an extra curricular activity. To the outgoing Seniors, we give these words of cheer -- " Go forth, onward, upward, but never backward. " The officers: Margaret Wynder, President; Regina Wright, Vice President, Paulette Upshur, Secretary; and Gloria Morris, Business Manager. CHEERLEADERS The Gheering Squad is under the new supervision of Miss D. Meador and Miss S. Parham for the year 1965-66. The cheerleaders have been successful in upholding tire school spirit of N. G. H, S. May we all unite in helping the cheerleaders to cheer the Golden Bulls on to victory. To tire Seniors we would like to leave this slogan: " Tire End Is The Beginning. " SEATED: Carlene Smith, Captain; Dorotlry Satchell, Co-captain. STANDING: Joyce Smaw, Pensey Smith, Geraldine Smith and Mallic Treherne. 86 VARSITY AND CHEERLEADERS MODERN DANCE GROUP The Modern Dance Group under tire supervision of Miss Shirley Parham, has been working Irard to promote more to our sciiool and its extracurricular activities. To die Graduating Class of ' 66, " Yesterday is gone, tiiink of it; tomorrow is coming, tiiink about it; today is liere, think witli it. " Pictured above is: Betty Jacobs, Brenda Kellam, Cassandra Greene and SjxDiisor, Miss S. Parliam. 87 ADVERTISING T .:a W 1 1 ' jI i| W 11 ' f ! 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