Northampton County High School - Lighthouse Yearbook (Machipongo, VA)

 - Class of 1968

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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1968 volume:

T -rr r This issue of the ’’Lighthouse " is humbly dedicated as a memorial to Major Willie T. Brickhouse, a graduate of the 1953 class of Nort¬ hampton County High School. Major Brickhouse lost his life December 26 in a helicopter crash in South Vietnam. While in Vietnam he received an Army Commenda¬ tion Metal for outstanding work as G-2 assistant to the chief of the 8th Infantry Division in Germany. These lines from Henry Long¬ fellow truly describe Major Brick- house’s life--’’Lives of great men all remind us we can make our lives sublime, and, departing, leave be¬ hind us footprints on the sand of time--Footprints, that perhaps another. Sailing o’er life ' s solemn main, a forlorn and ship wrecked brother, seeing, shall take heart again " . Class of 1968 PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Each of you is to be congratulated on the step that you have now taken in becoming one of many millions of high school graduates. Your lot has not been an easy one be¬ cause you were born in a chaotic world: your life has been marred by periods of war--hot and cold. The world has become even more confused; each day, changes have been made that would make that which is modern one year, ob¬ solete the next. As you well know, your completion of high school is one step in the many that you must take if you are going to keep up with the pace that is set for living today. You have reached a crossroad, and at this point, you must make this decision: whether to make sacrifice and progress or whether to take the easy road and decay. The decision is yours! What will it be? You have made it this far. But the future belongs to those who take advantage of ALL opportunities. What will you do? The school and staff, your parents and guardians, your community, your state and nation wish you much success. Will this world be better because of you? The decision is yours! Sincerely, L. D. Draper, Principal 2 ADMINISTRATION MR. C. L. BRICKHOUSE Asst. Principal MRS. A. BRICKHOUSE Clerk OFFICE STAFF Left to right: Thomasine Jacobs, Ruth James, Geraldine Fisher, Chester Morries, Bonnie Major, Mary Wilson Edna Bannister and Pauline Mapp. FACULTY C. N. WILLIAMS Agriculture Va. State Univ. of Conn. A. W. SMITH Guidance Johnson C. Smith Univ. of Pitt. J. G. COLLINS Science Math. Virginia Union I. J. WILLIAMS Home Economics Hampton Cornell M. B. COLLINS Mathematics Va. State E, BUSCH, JR. Music Va. State Fisk University E, S. McCULLER English Maryland State J. B. COOK Science Virginia Union Howard A. B. BROWN English Virginia Union M. S. CHRISTIAN Business St. Paul W. T. SISCO Social Studies Va. State Norfolk Division S. D. PHIFER English Johnson C. Smith Longwood College 4 FACULTY C. O. WILLIAMS Physical Ed. N. C, College V, S. DENT Social Science Maryland State J. A. DENT Industrial Arts Maryland State T. J. THOMPSON Mathematics Benedict College J. NOTTINGHAM Science Virginia Union MARGARET HELM Business Education Va. State N, FULLER History Va. State T. DANIELS Government Shaw D. UPSHUR Business Edu. Va. State T. J. LITTLE Physical Education Elizabeth City B. TALLEY English Va. State C. S. BELL Biology Va. Union FACULTY D. MEADOR Physical Ed. Benedict S. PARHAM Physical Ed. Va. State Norfolk Division T. STRATTON Music Ed. Maryland State E. CRAYTON English Shaw C. UPSHER English Va. State A. NICHOLS History Barber-Scotia L. WARREN Science St. Augustine ' H. ROWLEY Mathematics Va. State J. JOYNER Business Ed. Va. State Norfolk Division R. WARD Fine Arts Ed. Norfolk State 6 B. TURNER Substitute T eacher M. STEVENS Substitute T eacher GUIDANCE COMMITTEE The Guidance Committee STANDING: Mr. C, L. Brickhouse, Assistant Principal, Mr. J. A. Dent, Mrs. T. J. Thompson, and Mr. J. G. Collins. SEATED: Miss M. K. Helm, Mrs. A, W. Smith, Counselor, and Mrs. A. B. Brown. Youth continually face problems in understanding themselves and making deci¬ sions . On every side they are faced with increasingly complex social and economic patterns and widening occupational opportunities. 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 each 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 oc¬ cupations so that he may intelligently plan and prepare for a career; in learning about educational opportunities available to him; and in discovering and developing creative and leisure interest. For a successful guidance program, we ask for the continued co-operation from the home, the community, and the student. 7 SENIORS CORA LEE AMES Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " That Girl " Ambition: Business Secretary Hobby: Typing LARRY MARION AMES Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Big A " Ambition: Working on Cars Hobby: Playing Sports HARRY CLEVELAND ATKINS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Pumpkin " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Basketball CAROLYN ANN BAILEY Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Shorty " Ambition: IBM Operator Hobby: Dancing EDNA ETHEL BANISTER Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Eddy " Ambition: Social Worker Hobby: Reading CECIL BATTS Jamesville, Virginia Nickname: " Batman " Ambition: Business Administrator Hobby: Listening to the Radio ELWOOD CHRISTAIN BEACH Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Superman " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Playing Sports FRANKLIN SYLVESTER BAINES Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Frankie " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Hobby: Drag Racing 9 MAUREEN BLAKE Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Keen " Ambition: IBM Operator Hobby: Dancing VICKKY LOUISE BRICKHOUSE RED Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Vic " Ambition: Fashion Model Hobby: Dancing MARY CATHERINE BRISCO Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Tabby " Ambition: Airline Ticket Agent Hobby: Listening to Records JOYCE ANN BROKENBOROUGH Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Brock " Ambition: IBM Operator Hobby: Writing CLARENCE BAVES BROOKS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Woodpecker " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Playing Baseball RONALD LEE BROWN RED Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Pete " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Driving Cars SARGENT CHRISTAIN III Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Bootsie " Ambition: Mathematician Hobby: Playing Sports CORINE CHURCH Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Red " Ambition: Kindergarten Teacher Hobby: Traveling 10 DELORES ANN CHURCH Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: " Ace " Ambition: Taxi Driver Hobby: Shooting Pool LILLIE ROSA CHURCH Franktown, Virginia Nickname: " Lill " Ambition: Switchboard Operator Hobby: Listening to Music MILDRED ANN COSTON Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Dee Dee " Ambition: Social Worker Hobby: Traveling COST ELLA DEAN Weirwood, Virginia Nickname: " Stel " Ambition: Social Worker Hobby: Dancing JOY LAURETTA DOWENS Eastville Station, Virginia Nickname: " Judy " Ambition: Writer Hobby; Writing JAMES WILLIAM ELLIOTT Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Jimmy " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Listening to Music DONALD RODNEY DILLARD Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Donnie " Ambition: Professional Athlete Hobby: Playing Sports ELISHA LEE DIXON Fairview, Virginia Nickname: " Alfro " Ambition: Barber Hobby: Playing Football 11 MICHONE RUTH ELLIOTT Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Missy " Ambition: Sociologist Hobby: Reading GERALDINE ADELL FISHER Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Jerrie " Ambition: IBM Operator Hobby: Dancing LARRY DAVID FISHER Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Fish " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Listening to Records SHERYLE EVETT FISHER Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " That Girl " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Dancing FURGESTINE GIDDENS Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Jestine " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Listening to Records GLADYS LOUISE GIDDENS Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: " Peach " Ambition: Fashion Model Hobby: Listening to Radio ELWOOD FITCHETT Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " The Lover " Ambition: Typist Hobby: Playing Football MARSHELIA JULIA GALLAWAY Eastville Station, Virginia Nickname: " Chica Baby " Ambition: Typist Hobby: Reading and Dancing 12 JOHNSON GIDDENS Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Boots " Ambition: Business Teacher Hobby: Singing ARTHUR BENJAMIN GRIFFIN Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " B. G. " Ambition: Cook Hobby: Eating AUTHOR TYRONE HARMON Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Micky " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Working with Electricity JAMES NIMROD FL4RMON, JR. Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Junior " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Playing Basketball OHETTA MAE HARMON Wardtown, Virginia Nickname: " O ' Jet " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Listening to Records HEZEKIAH HENDERSON Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Cousin Heze " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Sports THOMASINE CHERYL JACOBS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Cat " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Singing RUTH VIRGINIA JAMES Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Jestine " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Typing 13 DEBORAH EUGENIA JOHNSON Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname:. " Eugene " Ambition: Sociologist Hobby: Listening to Music GEORGE EDDIE JOHNSON 613 Madison Ave., Gape Charles, Va. Nickname: " Shorty " Ambition: Professional Basketball Hobby: Playing Basketball and Listening to Records RAY EDWARD JONES Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname: " Flip " Ambition: Aquanaut Hobby: Swimming EDWARD LEE KATES, JR. Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Porky " Ambition: Pro Football Player Hobby: Football ARTHUR LEE KELLAM Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname: " Kuncher " Ambition: Artist Hobby: Painting BONNIE MAE MAJOR Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Bonny " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: T yping MARGARET MANUEL Franktown, Virginia Nickname: " Cookie " Ambition: Fashion Designer Hobby: Dancing CHARLES LEE MAPP P.O. Box 6, Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Mapp " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Football and Basketball 14 PAULINE JENETTA MAPP Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Twiggy " Ambition: Computer Programmer Hobby: Listening to Records CARLOS ANTONIO MENDOZA Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Doze " Ambition: Electrician Hobby: Playing Basketball LILLIAN MARIE MILLER Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Lil " Ambition: Beautician Hobby: Listening to Records ANNIE LUCILLE MITCHELL Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Gig " Ambition: I.B.M, Operator Hobby: Singing B Dancing CHESTER WALLACE MORRIS Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Professor " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Reading B Writing ROBERT FORD MORRIS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Robbie " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Hobby: Playing Basketball WILLIAM MYRICK Seaview, Virginia Nickname: " Mr. Smooth " Ambition: Carpenter Hobby: Playing Sports CARRIE ELAINE NORMAN Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Angel " Ambition: Professional Secretary Hobby: Typing 15 SHIRLEY ELIZABETH NOTTINGHAM Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Shirl " Ambition: Private Secretary- Hobby: Typing CHRISTOPHER TYRONE PEACE Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Chris " Ambition: Electronic Engineer Hobby: Repairing THOMAS ROWLEY REID Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Monk Reid " Ambition: Pro Baseball Player Hobby: Playing Sports JAMES WILLIAM ROBINSON Seaview, Virginia Nickname: " Boy " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Listening to Music SANDRA MAXINE ROUNDTREE Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Sandy " Ambition: Legal Secretary Hobby: Listen to Records HARRY RONNIE ROWLEY Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Dusty " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Hobby: Drag Racing OZELLE ROBINSON Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Hobo " Ambition: Baseball Player Hobby: Playing Sports POSHER ELIZABETH ROGERS Birdsent, Virginia Nickname: " T-wiggy " Ambition: IBM Operator Hobby: Dancing 16 FLOYD RUFFIN JR. Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Bo-weat " Ambition: Pro Football Player Hobby: Playing Football ANNIE LUCILLE SAMPLE Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Ann " Ambition: Fashion Designer Hobby: Driving OLIVER AUGUSTUS SAMPLE Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " I-Boone " Ambition: Mechanic Hobby: Driving ARMOUR ROBERT SAVAGE Weirwood, Virginia Nickname: BoBo " Ambition: Interior Decorator Hobby: Playing Football JAMES ORA SHARPE Bayview, Virginia Nickname: " Pop " Ambition: Arc Welder Hobby: Motorcycle Traveling ERNEST MILTON SHEPPARD Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " Shep " Ambition: Business T eacher Hobby: Playing Sports JOYCE MARIE SMAW Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Sweetie " Ambition: Nurse Hobby: Dating and Cooking LARRY DONELL SMAW Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Pop " Ambition: Mathemetician Hobby: Playing Sports 17 MARY HELEN SMAW Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Tinnie " Ambition: Beautician Hobby: Singing CALVIN COOLIDGE SMITH Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Cooly " Ambition: Commercial Artist Hobby: Shooting Pool CURTIS SMITH Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Curt " Ambition: Pro Football Player Hobby: Playing Sports FREDDIE DONNELL SMITH Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Cilia " Ambition: Pro Football Player Hobby: Playing Basketball ISAAC JAMES SMITH, JR. Eastville Station, Virginia Nickname: " Juimie " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Hobby: Driving MAGNOLIA LEE SMITH Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Maggie " Ambition: Elementary Teacher Hobby: Reading PENSEY MAE SMITH Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Pense " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Typing RETTIA MAE SMITH Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Fruitcake " Ambition: Elementary Teacher Hobby: Dancing 18 JANNIE SPADY Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Shorty " Ambition: Singer Hobby: Singing WILBERT DAVID SPADY, JR. Townsend, Virginia Nickname: " Convertible " Ambition: Art Teacher Hobby: Playing Baseball LARRY ALBERT STEVENS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Steve " Ambition: Pro Football Player Hobby: Playing Football PENELOPE NAOMI STEVENS Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Penny " Ambition: Fashion Designer Hobby: Shopping ERVING GRAVES STRATTON Gape Gharles, Virginia Nickname: " Gandy " Ambition: Professional Athlete Hobby: Playing Football RAYMOND ALFONZA STRATTON Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Scratch " Ambition: Armed Force Hobby: Playing Sports CHARLES WILLIAM TAYLOR Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Charlie " Ambition: Singing Hobby: Singing MARIA DELOIS TROWER Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Mona Lisa " Ambition: Interior Decorator Hobby: Listening to Records 19 ANNA LOUISE UPSHUR Franktown, Virginia Nickname: " Kitten " Ambition: Model Hobby: Listening to Jazz BETTY UPSPIUR Weirwood, Virginia Nickname: " Pam " Ambition: Modeling Hobby: Singing EDWARD DENVER TURNER Eastville Station, Virginia Nickname: " Skip " Ambition: Artist Hobby: Playing Sports LYNWOOD ALBERT TURNER, JR. Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Junie " Ambition: Teacher Hobby: Playing Basketball HELEN LILLIAN UPSHUR Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Pumpkin " Ambition: Fashion Designer Hobby: Drawing LEROY WALDO Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Gino " Ambition: Sports Hobby: Listening to Records KENNETH WATSON Machipongo, Virginia Nickname: " Cool-Breeze " Ambition: Social Worker Hobby: Playing Basketball CYNTHIA PAULETTE WEEKS Capeville, Virginia Nickname: " Cymp " Ambition: Nursing Hobby: Dancing 20 DOROTHY MAE WHITE Franktown, Virginia Nickname: " Che-Che " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Dancing BARBARA ANN WIDGEON Eastville Station, Virginia Nickname: " Barbie " Ambition: Executive Secretary Hobby: Reading DOROTHY ELOIS WEEKS Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Sug " Ambition: Secretary Hobby: Singing CHARLIE EDWARD WHITE Exmore, Virginia Nickname: " T. White " Ambition: Armed Forces Hobby: Playing Basketball DELANDO ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS Birdsnest, Virginia Nickname: " Sceet " Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Hobby: Playing Billiard DIANE WILLIAMS Cheriton, Virginia Nickname: " Ann " Ambition: File-Keeper Hobby: Listening to Records JOYCE ANN WILLIS Nassawadox, Virginia Nickname: " Joy " Ambition: Business Secretary Hobby: Dancing MARY ANN WILSON Cape Charles, Virginia Nickname: " Wilson " Ambition: IBM Operator Hobby: Listening to the Radio 21 DONAL LEE WIMBER Eastville, Virginia Nickname: " Duck " Ambition: Auto Mechanic Hobby: Driving Cars SENIOR CLASS PRAYER O ' Merciful Father who hast brought us to the commencing part of our lives, we have been blessed with your graciousness and love. We are most grateful for our Principal, Teachers, Parents, and Friends, who have given us courage and inspiration throughout the years. As we leave this institution of learning, help us to seek knowledge, love, and most of all understanding which will help us to meet the chal¬ lenges in this world of unrest and confusion so that we will be better leaders of tomorrow. Have mercy upon us and grant us Thy Peace. Amen. SENIOR CLASS SONG Tune: Auld Lang Syne I The time has come for us to part And journey on our way. The things we ' ve learned we ' ll ne ' er forget, As we launch out on our way. Refrain Dear N.C.H., Dear N.C.H., we ' ll keep your Standards high. Our training all we owe to you. So now we say good-bye. II Our Principal, our teachers dear. We bid you all adieu. Our classmates and our friends so true. We ' ll not forget you. Refrain DearN.C.H., Dear N.C.H. We ' ll keep your standards high. The time has come for us to part So now we say good-bye. Thomasine Jacobs Ruth James 22 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES MOST ATTRACTIVE MOST STUDIOUS BEST COUPLE Gladys Giddens Harry Rowley Mary Wilson Larry Smaw Dorothy Weeks Oliver Sample MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST TALKATIVE NEATEST Bonnie Major Cecil Batts Costella Dean Thomas Reid Lillie Church Harry Rowley SHORTEST MOST CONGENIAL QUIETEST Carolyn Bailey Maureen Blake Mary Wilson Denver Turner Carlos Mendoza Larry Fisher 23 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES MOST COOPERATIVE SMALLEST KINDEST Thomasine Jacobs Leroy Waldo Posher Rogers James Smith Mary Wilson Calvin Smith FIGURE PHYSIQUE BEST SPEAKERS MOST POPULAR Gladys Giddens Larry Stevens Magnolia Smith Chester Morris Joyce Smaw Sargent Christian BEST LOOKING BEST DRESSED MOST BUSINESS-LIKE Dorothy White Pauline Mapp Ruth James Carlos Mendoza Johnson Giddens Ghester Morris 24 LIGHTHOUSE YEARBOOK STAFF 1967-68 Sargent Christian Editor in Chief C. N. Williams Advisor Chester Morris Business Manager Christopher Peace Yearbook Sales Mgr. Joy Downes Social Editor Joyce Smaw Photography Editor Ruth James Advertising Mgr, Bonnie Major Class Editor Carrie Norman Literary Editor Larry Smaw Sports Editor Deborah Johnson Art Editor 25 JUNIOR JUNIOR “A” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Milton Ames Milton Dunton Cynthia Jacobs Colitha Moody JUNIOR A CLASS CHAPLAIN Norman Robinson We, the members of 11 A class entered this school year under the supervision of Miss E. Crayton with great intention of accom - plishing very much. To the graduating class of " 68 " , we offer these words of advice: " Work while it is called today, for you know not how much you may be hindered tomorrow. " TREASURER Jacqueline Johnson 27 JUNIOR “B ’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT James Johnson VICE PRESIDENT Frederick Sample SECRETARY V Cynthia Darden ASST. SECT. Betty Brickhouse TREASURER BUSINESS MANAGER Entering into N.C.H.S. for the fourth con¬ secutive year, we the Junior B section were placed under the guidance of Miss A. Nicho- lis. As a farewell salute to the outgoing sen¬ iors we wish for you to remember these lines: " Look not mournfully into the past, It comes not again. Much success in the fu¬ ture . ' ' Shirley Watson JUNIOR B CLASS Deborah Downes 28 JUNIOR ‘‘C’’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY ASST. SECR. Anthony Allen Barbara Bannister Anna Pitt Doretha Reid TREASURER SGT. -AT-ARMS The members of the IIC section entered Northampton in August with willing minds and determination, under the guidance of Mrs. V. S. Dent. To the graduating class of 1968, we hope you will count with pride the doors of oppor¬ tunity that are open for you and use the keys you have won through the years to open the way to success. Joyce Wynder JUNIOR C CLASS Marvin Satchell 29 JUNIOR “D ’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Wallane Cabell VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Corrine Mapp ASST. SECT. Shirley Twyford Linda Addison CHAPLAIN TREASURER During the years of 1968-69 we hope to walk in your footsteps --down the aisle to ful¬ fill a cherished dream. Remember the words of Kahlilgiluan from THE PROPHET, " But let there be no scales to weigh your unknown treasure; Seek not the depths of your knowl¬ edge with staff or sounding line. ” Virginia Powell JUNIOR D CLASS Delores Young 30 SOPHOMORE SOPHOMORE ‘‘A ’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECR. Linda Stevens Shirley Allen Annie Collins Glenn Stratton CHAPLAIN The 10 A homeroom entered Northampton County High School on September 5, 1967, We entered Northampton with opened minds and the determination to enrichen our knowledge in order to prepare ourselves for the chal¬ lenging world of tomorrow. To the graduating seniors of 1968 we would like to leave this thought: " Strive for the best " . TREASURER Shirley Bailey SOPHOMORE A CLASS Deborah Francis [ 1 f. ' V ] [ 1 1 ■| i Bf »••• 1 ••••il I ■ ' ■ 1 ’ ••iMi i • •« j|t4 1 I 32 I SOPHOMORE “B” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Lionel Collins Janice Johnson SECRETARY Annie Mitchell ASST. SECR. James Braxton TREASURER SGT. -AT-ARMS We, the members of 10 B homeroom en¬ tered Northampton County High School on September 5, 1967, with Mrs. Phifer as our homeroom teacher. To the seniors we would like for you to re¬ member; Learn while you’re young and not when you ' re old, for learning is better than silver and gold. Silver and gold will vanish away but a good education will never decay. Shelia Stanley SOPHOMORE B CLASS Claude Treheme 33 SOPHOMORE “C’’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Vera Sharpe VICE PRESIDENT Sarah Giddens Cynthia Brovra Dianne Scarborough SECRETARY ASST. SECR. CHAPLAIN TREASURER We the members of the 10-C homeroom section entered this school term of 1967-68 under the supervision of Mrs. M. S. Chris¬ tian, For the graduating student of 1967-68 we contemplate this message, " You have reached one step of the ladder to success, continue and strive to reach to top. " Ronnie Giddens SOPHOMORE C CLASS Delorce Davis 34 SOPHOMORE “O’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Gregory Spady VICE PRESIDENT Deborah Smaw SECRETARY Heremine Collins ASST. SECR. Emma Smith CHAPLAIN Dianna Bannister TREASURER We, the members of 10 D entered our Sophomore year September 5, 1967, under the leadership of Miss D. M. Upshur. To the graduating class of 1968, we leave this message, " Life is what you make it, " May you strive for the best in life. SOPHOMORE D CLASS Mary Johnson 35 SOPHOMORE “E ’ CLASS OEEICERS CHAPLAIN TREASURER We the class of lOE entered N.C.H.S. on September 5, 1967, under the supervision of Miss D. Meador as homeroom teacher. We are striving to nourish our souls with the ed¬ ucation we are finding in the hollow walls of Northampton County High. Thought of Life-- " An intelligent class can scare ever be as a class, vicious, and never, as a class indolent. " Vivian Wiggins SOPHOMORE E CLASS Dorine Weeks 36 FRESHMEN FRESHMAN ‘A’’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Irvin Brisco VICE-PRESIDENT Anthony Brickhouse SECRETARY ASST. SECRETARY Sharon Smith Brenda Powell CHAPLAIN TREASURER We the members of 9A under the supervi¬ sion of Mrs. A. B. Brown, returned to North¬ ampton County High School on September 5, 1967, full of anticipation and determination, striving for June 1972. We wish to say to the graduating class, ’’Strive for the best, for the best will be yours.” Alfreda Sample FRESHMAN A CLASS Laversa Christian 38 FRESHMAN “B” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Clarence Church Calvin Morris SECRETARY Cora Hickman ASST. SECR. Samuel Smith TREASURER SGT. -AT-ARMS We the members of 9-B under the guidance of Mrs. M. B. Collins entered Northampton County High School on September 5, 1967. With opened minds and high hopes to reach our goal of success. To the graduating class of 1968. Drop the seeds of your success. Let them grow among the best. Jeanetta Hickman FRESHMEN B CLASS Clifton Baily 39 FRESHMAN ‘‘C’’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Joyce Upshur Florine Moody SECRETARY ASST. SECR. Dorothy Reid B. Custis SGT. AT ARMS CHAPLAIN We 1967-68 " C " section of the grade con¬ tinues to progress under the guidance of their teacher Mr. Fuller. Their attempts of their achievement have been encouraging, and there has been considerable enthusiasm in partici¬ pating in other homeroom activities. George Tyford FRESHMEN C CLASS Linda Scarborough 40 FRESHMAN “D ” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Nelson Perkins VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Elbert Weeks Violet Smith TREASURER Betty Ruffin BUSINESS MANAGERS CHAPLAIN The members of 9-D homeroom would like to express sincere wishes for success and happiness to the Graduating class of 1968. We hope that you will keep alive the intellectual fires which have been kindled within you here at N.C.H.S. May your exemplified endeavors of the future instill within us motivation to strive for worthy goals. Georgia Lyons FRESHMEN D CLASS Barbara Smith 41 FRESHMAN “E” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Clarence Sample James Bailey ASST. SECT. I Carolyn Square Anthony Snead CHAPLAIN On September 5, 1967, we embarked on another voyage in the sea of knowledge. We were anticipating greater success through much harder work than last year. Our ulti¬ mate aim was to have some measure of suc¬ cess in order that we might be better prepared to meet the vast challenge ahead. We were under the guidance of Mr. C. S. Bell. To the seniors: May the guidance and knowledge received here serve as anchors in the seas of success. TREASURER L. Carter FRESHMAN E CLASS Joyce Mapp 42 FRESHMAN ‘‘F’’ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Melvin Bailey Lawrence Sample SECRETARY Elbert Collins TREASURER Lola Thomas SERGEANT -AT - ARMS CHAPLAIN We, the members of the 9F Class, under the supervision of Miss S. M. Parham will strive to do our very best. To the Senior Class of 1968, we hope for each of you a life of service and success. Samuel Gaskins FRESHMEN F CLASS Barbara Collins 43 EIGHTH GRADE EIGHT “A ” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY ASST. SECRETARY Lawrence House Joette Trower Dorothy Ames Myra Morris TREASURER CHAPLAIN We, the members of 8A homeroom section entered Northampton County High School on Septembers, 1967, with much determination. Under the supervision of Miss C. Upshur, we plan to reach many goals this year. To the graduate class of 1968 we extend the best wishes for success in the future. Louis Bell EIGHT A CLASS James Ames 45 EIGHT “B ” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. Audrey Bailey T eresa Hallis SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Micheal Townsend Anthony Collins TREASURER 4 Theopa Gray We the members of section 8 B entered NCHS with determinations and great expecta¬ tion in our struggle for quality education. Under the guidance of our homeroom teacher, Mr. J. W. Nottingham, Jr., we will build a firm foundation during our first year here. To the Graduating Class of 1967-68, we say " Go forth and plant worthwhile footsteps in the sand of time " . CHAPLAIN EIGHT B GLASS Alvin Allen 46 EIGHT “C ” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Henry Sisco Phyllis Picott SECRETARY ASST. SECRETARY Julia Stanley Elizabeth Bannister TREASURER SGT. -AT-ARMS We came from all over the county to be¬ come a part of N. C. H. S. Septembers, 1967, was a milestone for us, for we were entering high school. Our homeroom was Room 7, Sec¬ tion 8C, Mr. J. B. Cook our advisor. To the graduating class of 1968, we extend our best wishes and hope to follow you in 1972. Mae Vennie EIGHT C CLASS Clarence Harmonson 47 EIGHT “D ” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Elizabeth Bannister Shirley Rogers SECRETARY Dedra Fitchett ASST. SECT. Arline Pitt REPORTER TREASURER We, the members of 8-D, entered North¬ ampton County High School on September 5, 1967, under the supervision of Miss L. War¬ ren, our homeroom teacher. With opened minds to further strive toward our educational goals. To the graduating class of 1968, we wish you much happiness and success in the future. Thomas Weeks EIGHT D CLASS Nathaniel Holley 48 EIGHT “E” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Len Smaw VICE-PRESIDENT Bernard Finney SECRETARY Clarisa Townsend ASST. SECT. Pearl Smith TREASURER Barbara Lee SGT. AT ARMS On Tuesday, Septembers, 1967, 8-E was welcomed to N.C.H.S. by the faculty and staff. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Daniels, the class was organized and its officers elected. We, the class of 8-E wish the very best for the graduating class of 1968. EIGHT E CLASS Michael Reid 49 EIGHT ‘‘F” CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Thomas Satchell James Gallaway SECRETARY ASST. SECT. Amelia Mapp farm ■ i Emma Starchia As we embark upon a new level of experi¬ ences in our educational endeavors, we find ourselves full of anxiety and eager to explore further this rich opportunity. Through the un¬ stinted guidance of our homeroom teacher-- Mrs. Helen H. Rowley--along with that of our principal, counselor and subject teachers, we are gradually realizing the value of high as¬ pirations and outstanding accomplishments. It is our sincere hope that someday we may become citizens of whom these persons as well as others will be proud. EIGHT F CLASS CHAPLAIN Donald Bynum TREASURER Ethel Wilkins 50 ORGANIZATION N.C.H.S. CHORUS The Northampton County High School Choms, under the splendid supervision of Mr, Edward Busch, Jr., has had a wonderful year thus far, bringing the art of fine music to our school and community. Our officers are as follows: President: Sargent Christian, Vice-President: Tomasine Jacobs, Secretary: Ruth James, Assistant Secre¬ tary: Cora Ames, Business Manager: Christopher Peace, Chaplain: Bonnie Major, Parliamentarian: Johnson Gid- dens, Librarian: Deborah Johnson, and Geraldine Fisher, The Chorus wishes to relate this thought to the graduating class, " Life is what you make it, so make a suc¬ cess of yours, " N.C.H.S. BAND The N.C.H.S, Band has shown signs of progress this year. The band has participated in several school activi¬ ties including the Homecoming Parade, Next year we hope to have an increase in membership and become a more functional organization. To the class of " 68 " much success in your future endeavors. Director: Mr, Timothy Stratton, Jr,, Student Di¬ rector: Milton Ames. 52 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Northampton County High School Honor Society is under the supervision of Mrs. Alice B, Brown, Its members consists of those who have maintained a constant average of 3.0 or above. Our purpose is to encourage the student body to take more interest in their studies. Our aim for the year is to attend the State Conference. T o the graduating class of 1968, " No man can ever rise above that which he aims. " LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle Francais is a foreign language organization composed of all students enrolled in French Two and selected French One students. It was established for the promotion of a greater interest in and appreciation of the French language, culture, and civilization through the provision of co-curricular activities. This organization is lander the direction of Mrs. Helen Rowley. 53 NORTHAMPTON FFA CHAPTER OFFICERS Larry Fisher, Assistant Secretary; Elmer Collins, Sentinel; Kenneth Watson, Vice-President; Clarence Brooks, Reporter; Isaac Smith, Historian; Ray Jones, President; George Johnson, Secretary; Harry Rowley, Chaplain. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The FFA is a national organization for students studying vocational agric ulture in the public secondary schools under the provision of the National Vocational Education Act. The members of Northampton County FFA Chapter are very proud of the members of the Graduation Class who have served as officers, chairmen of committees and as representatives for the FFA Chapter at various Our chapter has progressed because each of you placed your " Rocket " into Orbit with its transmitters giving forth new ideas and suggestions for a better chapter. To the members of the 1968 Graduating Class, we extend our best wishes for success. As you go through life, may you hitch your determination to a more distant star, remember that; " You are becoming now what you are to become, " 54 PUBLICATION STAFF The F.B.L.A. Publication Staff ' s aim is to publish two editions of the " Lighthouse " newspaper during the school year. Publication Staff: Editor-in-Chief, Ruth James; Associate Editor, Bonnie Major; Make-up Editors, Carrie Nor¬ man and Jackqueline Johnson; Exchange Editor, Sonja Copes; Secretary, Joy Downes, Sponsor: Mrs, M, Christian, THE LIBRARY-READER’S CLUB The Library-Reader ' s Club was organized mainly to promote the growth and development of our library and to encourage our student body to do more reading. To the graduating class of 1968, we extend our best wishes for a successful future. The officers of the Library-Reader ' s Club are as follows: Michone Elliott, President; Barbara Bannister, Vice-President; Ruth Man¬ uel, Secretary; Barbara Collins, Assistant Secretary; Cora Ames, Treasurer; Penelope Stevens, Chaplain; Delois Custis, Sergeant-at-arms. 55 FINE ARTS CLUB This year, the Fine Arts Club is under the fine sponsorship of Mr. E, Busch, Jr. and Mr. R. Ward. To the sen¬ ior class, we would like to leave the following quotation: " The least change in our point of view gives the whole world a pictorial air. " The officers are: Pres.--Edward Turner; Vice-Pres.--Richard Pres; Sect.--Althea Satchell; Business Manager --Carlos Mendoza; Chaplain--Harry Coston; Parliamentarian--Deborah Johnson; Treasurer--Thomasine Jacobs. That which takes effect by chance is not an art. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, under the fine supervision of Mr. W. Sisco and Mrs. H. Rowley, began this school year with great determination to impress upon the student body the importance of government in their everyday life. The officers for the 1967-68 are: Sargent Christian--President; Chester Morris--Vice-President; Joyce Smaw --Business Manager; Jacqueline Johnson--Secretary; Christopher Peace--Treasurer; Margaret Baines--Chaplain. To the 1968 graduates, " Continue to strive for the best. " 56 F.H.A. CHAPTER OFFICERS The officers of the Future Homemakers of America are from left to right: Virginia Powell, Dianna Smith, Shirley Watson, Magnolia Smith, Maggie Reid, Mary Baker, Zelma Darden, Cynthia Darden, Doll Mapp, and Joyce Smaw. F.H.A. ORGANIZATION I, mi; 1 i i B . The Future Homemakers of America is the local chapter of girls studying homemaking in Northampton County High School. It is a part of one of the world ' s largest youth organizations. As an integral part of the home economics program, FHA provides opportunities for students to have additional experiences in planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking. The over-all goal of the organization is to help individuals improve personal, family and community living, now and in the future. Our motto is " Toward New Horizons. " We face the future with warm courage and high hope. We congratulate the graduating class on your achievements. We wish for you continued success and happiness in your efforts. The director is Mrs, Ida J. Williams. 57 rtwwati FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America under the supervision of Mrs. E. McCuller is underway with practically all new members trying to help them become aspirant and interested persons of the teaching professions. The officers for the year are: Edna Bannister, President; Richard Press, Vice-President; Deborah Johnson, Secretary; Chester Morris, Treasurer; Larry Smaw, Business Manager. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA The Northampton County High School chapter of the F.B.L.A. is under the sponsorship of Mrs. M. Christian, Miss M. Helm, and Miss D. Upshur. The chapter consists of students who are enrolled in at least one business subject. Its aim is to develop business leadership potential through participation in activities of a business na¬ ture. The officers are: President, Ruth James; Vice-President, Bonnie Major; Secretary, Peggy Brickhouse; Asst. Secretary, Cora Ames; Treasurer, Betty Brickhouse; Business Manager, Cynthia Jacobs; Chaplain, Carolyn Bailey. To the graduating class of 1968, we wish you much success in life. 58 GLEE CLUB The Male Glee under the direction of Mr. E. Busch, Jr. is a newly formed organization. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate more interest to the male students in the field of choral music. We are sure that the Male Glee Glub will have little trouble in gaining success throughout the years ahead. To the outgoing Seniors of " 68 " : " May all of your fondest hopes, dreams, and wishes be expressed in your future prospects. ACAPELLA CHOIR The Acapella Ghoir, under the direction of Mr. E. Busch, Jr. has had tion was organized during the school year of 1967 to enhance the cultural school and the community. To the Seniors of " 67-68 " , " Strive hard to achieve your most difficult a most successful year. This organiza- appreciation of choral music in the goals. " 59 SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB The Social Studies Club continued its activities this year with increased membership and increased partici¬ pation and vigor on the parts of its members. Under the leadership of its sponsor, Mr. N. J. Fuller, Jr., it is gradually succeeding in achieving its main goal, which is to develop high cultural standards within its members and within the student body. Currently, the Social Studies Club is spear-heading an effort to organize a Greek letter Society. The first line is slated to go over in the spring of ' 68. SCIENCE-MATH CLUB The Science-Math Club is sponsored by Mrs. T. Thompson and Mr. Bell. The main objective to the club is to assist students in developing and applying their abilities to Mathematical and scientific situations. The officers are Christopher Peace, President, Chester Morris, Vice-President, Edna Banister, Secretary, Shelia Stanley, Asst. Secretary, Joan Morris, Treasurer, Sargent Christian, Business Manager. We hope that the graduating class of 1968 will proceed to conquer any obstacles which lie in their pathway to success. 60 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Northampton County High School Honor Society is under the supervision of Mrs. A, B, Brown. Its mem¬ bers consist of those students who have maintained a constant average of 3.0 or above. Our purpose is to en¬ courage the student body to take more interest in their studies. Our aim for the year is to attend the State Con¬ ference. To the Graduating Class of 1968, " No man can ever rise above that which he aims " . ENGLISH CLUB The fundamental objectives of the English Club is to foster a more useful understanding of our English gram¬ mar and literature. The members of the English Club and our sponsor, Miss C. Upshur extend their wishes to the seniors of ' 68 ' . " Education is controlling grace to young, consolation to the old, wealth to the poor, and ornament to the rich. " --Diogenes. 61 SAFETY PATROL CLUB is ■bw The 1967-68 chapter of the Northampton County Safety Patrol Club, under the direction of Mr. Cook and Mr. Nottingham, will strive to encourage just as its name implies, " SAFETY " . We help our school during sur¬ prise fire drills or in 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 traffic; we watch and listen at rail¬ road 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 The N.C.H.S. Bus Drivers help promote the safe carrying of students to and from school. The 1967-68 bus drivers ' staff consists of Mr. Ollie Kates, Mr. Isaac Mapp, Mr. David Bailey, Mr. Patrick Bannister, Mr. James Spady, Mr. Charles Wescott, Mr. Jerome Stanford, Mr. Edward Wynder, Mr. Bennie Satchell, Mr. Fred Jordan, Mr. Percy Johnson, Mr. William Weeks, Mr. Robert Lindsey, and Mr. Reginald Collins. 62 CAFETERIA STATE The N.C.H.S. Cafeteria Staff consists of Mrs. Thelma Warren, Miss Flora Burrows, Mrs. Mamie Morris, Mrs. Mertie Collins who work diligently to supply our students with the basic needs for the Type A Lunch Program. JANITORIAL STAFF The Northampton County High School Janitorial Staff consists of Mr. David Satchell and Mr. James Simms (not shown). 63 ATHLETI(3S ■BIIWhKS 3 ■ 0lM8KnUWIRifc5i si ' , ' •, V r«« V - •,. _ V V — VARSITY ‘ N” CLUB The Varsity " N " Club represents students that have earned letters in sports at Northampton County High School. This club is sponsored by Mr. C. O. Williams, Mr. T. J. Little and Mr. J. A. Dent. Left to right: Printice Chriatain, Freddie Smith, Larry Collins, Daniel Rossell, George Johnson, Theodore Peed, James Outlaw, Milton Dunton, Robert Dunton, Thomas Reid, Freddie Sample, Larry Church, James John¬ son, George Floyd, Armour Savage, and Larry Stevens. BASKETBALL Left to right: Richard Press, Trainer, Larry Smaw, Harry Atkins, Larry Stevens, Freddie Smith, Larry Smith, Wilbert Spady, Carlos Mendoza, Donald Dillard, Thomas Reid, George Johnson, and Milton Ames. 65 FOOTBALL TEAM STANDING: Richard Press, Trainer, George Tyford, Calvin Jarvis, Booker Murfrey, Ralph Davis, Ferdinand Reid, Samuel Giddens, Thomas Reid, Clifton Boone, Percy Johnson, Donald Dillard, James Harmon, Ulysses Smith, Larry Smaw, Theodore Peed, Willie Copes, Curtis Smith, Charles Mapp, Armour Savage, Freddie Sam¬ ple, George Floyd, Freddie Smith, and Mr. T. J, Little, Coach. KNEELING: Ashby Joynes, Leroy Waldo, Milton Ehanton, Raymond Stratton, Sargent Christain, Larry Stevens, James Outlaw, James Johnson, Ernest Sheppard, and Berkley Einney. BASEBALL TEAM STANDING: Mr. T. J. Little, Coach, Berkley Finney, James Johnson, George Johnson, Ralph Davis, George Floyd, Freddie Smith, Daniel Rossell, Larry Smaw Collins, and Mr. J. A. Dent, Coach. KNEELING: Larry Church, James Outlaw, Robert Dunton, Sargent Christain, Thomas Reid, and Frederick Sample. 66 67 CHEERING SQUAD We, the cheerleaders of the Northampton County High School, under the supervision of Miss S, M. Parham would like to leave with the senior class this thought, " Self trust is the first secret of success. " We ' ll still be cheering for your success when you ' ve gone. The members of the cheering squad are: Mary Smaw, Sharon Smith, Deborah Downes, Geraldine Brickhouse, Virginia Harmon, Pen- sey Smith, co-captain, Annie Collins, co¬ captain, and Joyce Smaw, captain. DRILL TEAM The Northampton County Drill Team of 1967-68 is under the supervision of Miss D. Meador, We are striving hard to fulfill our ultimate goals here at Northampton. Our thought to leave with you is, " The wisest man may always learn something from the humblest peasant. " The officers are: President--Ruth James; Secretary--Bonnie Major. 68 ADVERTISING Compliments HORNE - STAUFFER, INC. 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