Southern Wayne High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Dudley, NC)

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You would measure time the measureless and immeasurable. You would adjust your conduct and even direct the course of your spirit according to hours and seasons. Of time you would make a stream upon whose banks you would sit and watch its flowing. Yet the timeless in you is aware of life ' s timelessness And knows that yesterday is but today ' s memory and tomorrow is today ' s dream. And is not time even as love is, undivided and paceless? But if in your thoughts you must measure time into seasons, let each season encircle all other seasons, And let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing. Gibran Valhalla Nineteen hundred sixty-nine Volume IV Southern Wayne High School Dudley, North Carolina Autumn . . page fourteen Winter . . . page fifty-six Spring . . . page one hundred and thirty To everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven. 2 3 a time to laugh . . . 4 6 ■•Baa ..... a time to embrace . . . 8 Wr. iffi a time to refrain from embracing . . . 9 10 Policy Cl r-_ r a V - uvw , ( Wv; Aririu ' ’ , " lW ’ » C s-Alglis . V N - V ' --- ,,P " ' 8 . ' ' Vk • - . • ' ■ ,- ree U.S. Helicopti Downed By Communik mayjicnu. orn mivt £nemy Shells Saigon, " Towns And Bases . e Has New Troubles 111 9mm. C 9mm ' ?.$ • ?••• • ♦ + t t %• Scott To Lower Boom k% •. i En r!L , 4 . ' V. ; . .. v- o. ( W ' On Campus Violence .—..., T ..... 1 , a time to hate . . . ii Autumn . . . I saw the starry tree Eternity put forth the blossom time —Buchannan Opening day at the school finds the class of ' 72 trying to look suave instead of bewildered. Questions, blunders, discoveries — " I ' m sorry, but you ' re in the wrong line, " and so they learned to mold their fingers to the panic button. " Where do I find . . .? Hurry up and wait. HELP! Anxious eyes peering over a stack of new books. " Do not fold, spindle, or mutilate . . . " Opening day of school . . SOUTHER 16 AYNE HIGH SCHOOL ELCOME OPENS AUG 27 ‘ GOLDSBORO 30 These key men, though rarely seen, are strongly felt in this establishment called a school. Superintendents and Advisory Council, individuals of various skills and professions, have a single goal of helping the school become a dominating influence on the people of Southern Wayne. Dr. Gerald D. James: Superintendent Lacy Rogers: Assistant Mark Herring: Assistant Darron Flowers: Assistant 18 Clay Brown Dale, Chairman Dr. R. H. Shackelford,Secretary Leslie Casey John L. Tart, Sr. W. E. Durham, Sr. J. C. Stephenson, Jr. 19 Principal Jimmy Williams in his fourth year at Southern Wayne not only fulfilled the basic requirements for the job of principal but also added a personal element in his dignity, sense of humor, and genuine desire to help the students and faculty in any way that he possibly could. The growth of the career of Mr. Jimmy Williams exemplifies strength. While Southern Wayne graduated its first class of four-year students, she watched a leader graduate to higher degrees of accomplishment. During the four-year history of Southern Wayne High School, Mr. Williams has grown from classroom teacher to assistant principal to principal. 20 Assistant Principal Russ Cotton is a prime example of the character trait “understanding. ' ' As he approaches each day, he faces the tasks awaiting him with the other fellow ' s benefits in mind. Mr. Cotton has that inert ability to fit into all walks of school life. During the year, he won the respect and admiration of students and faculty. He could feel their problems and react to them in a mature, adult manner. 21 Miss Katherine Thompson: Secretary Mrs. Martha King: Bookkeepi Preparing the daily bulletins, keeping custody of school organizations ' funds, filling out purchase orders, typing, filing, answering phone calls, greeting guests; these are but a few of the many and diverse duties of our Office Staff. ASSISTANTS: Row 1: Beth Whitesell, Dixie Whitman, Sharon Strickland, Judy Ingram, Margaret Blanton, Vicki Rackley, Joy Denning. Row 2: Barbara Lambert, Debra Hollowell, Billie Thornton, Carolyn Effler, Kay Brown, Kaye Herring, Barbara Parker, Candace Howell. 22 Planning schedules, administering tests, and aiding students in solving their problems were only a few of the many tasks the Guidance Counselors confronted. But even though the job involved so much work, the counselors received rewarding feelings from knowing they had helped people to discover the course of action which would lead to personal success. Miss Ruth Gardner: Counselor ASSISTANTS: Row 1: Gail Massey, Gail Tyndall, Kathy Summerlin. Row 2: Linda King, Phyllis Mauldin, Kathy Kornegay. Roger Holloman: Counselor 23 Doris Gurley: Wayne County NCEA President; Jean Hollowell: Wayne County NCEA Secretary. Edna Wilson: Participant in Pinecrest Laboratory Project Arzie Mason: Area Business Teachers Secretary; Sandra Bunn: Eastern District NCEA Business Teachers Secretary, Liaison Committee Secretary. 24 Raeford Daughtry: Wayne County Vocational Agricultur; Teachers Public Relations Committee; R. K. Jernigan: Wayn County Vocational Agricultural Teachers Chairman, Distrit III Vice President. BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES: Roger Holloman, Chairman; Alice Swann, R. K. Jernigan, Gaye Adams. Interest is the best word to describe the faCUlty- interest in the student and his endeavors. This interest was displayed through actions as club and class advisors, tutors, and leaders. Even as leaders, they strove to improve themselves— accepting various offices, attending workshops, seminars, etc. Indeed, the faculty of Southern Wayne should be honored, because they have helped so many students adjust to life. Harry Cannaday: North Carolina Auto Mechanics and Internal Combustion Engine Instructors Chairman; Sophia Potts: North Carolina Association of School Librarian Bulletin Editor; C. B. Price: Eastern District NCEA Math Teachers Vice President. Dale Gainey: Wayne County CTA Resolutions Com¬ mittee Chairman, North Carolina CTA Planning Com¬ mittee. 25 Adams, Gaye, Business Education, B.S., Atlantic Christian College Adams, Jimmy, Physical Education, B.S., Atlantic Christian College Aycock, Elton, Jr., Driver ' s Education, B.S., East Tennessee State University Aycock, Yancey, Jr., Science, B.S., Atlantic Christian College Barwick, Bernice, Social Studies, A.B., Atlantic Christian College Bird, Fay, Social Studies, B.A., University of Delaware Blanchard, Connie, Social Studies, B.A., Arizona State University Boyette, John, Vocational Agriculture, B.S., North Carolina State University Brewer, Gene, Health and Physical Education, A.B., Elon College Bunn, Sandra, Vocational Business Education, B.S., Atlantic Christian College Burnette, Jane, Social Studies, B.A., Winthrop College Cannaday, Harry, Vocational Trades and Industries Clark, Norman, Football, B.S., East Carolina University Crumpler, Nina, Science, B.S., Wake Forest University Dail, Kathleen, French, A.B., East Carolina University 26 “No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asieep in the dawning of your knowledge . . . a teacher can only lead you to the threshold of your own mind. " Gibran Dale, Jelaine, Math, B.S., East Carolina University Daughtry, Raeford, Vocational Agriculture, B.S., North Carolina State University DeGrechie, Robert, Sgt., ROTC, University of Omaha Edwards, Henry, Vocational Trades and Industries, B.S., North Carolina State University Evans, Thomas, Science, B.S., Atlantic Christian College Ferrell, Goldie, Social Studies, B.S., East Carolina University Fox, Rachel, Vocational Home Economics, B.S., A T State Univer¬ sity Gainey, Dale, Vocational Trades and Industries, A.B., Atlantic Christian College Gardner, Ruth, Guidance, M.A., East Carolina University Grant, Phyllis, Special Education, A.A., San Bernadine Valley College Gurley, Doris, English, M.A., East Carolina University Hasty, Joe, Vocational Trades and Industries, University of Virginia Holloman, Roger, Guidance, M.A., East Carolina University Hollowell, Jean, Business Education, B.S., East Carolina University Howard, H. E., Col., ROTC, B.S., University of Maryland 27 Jackson, Carol, English, B.S., East Carolina University Jernigan, R. K., Vocational Agricultur e, B.S., North Carolina State University Jones, Doris, English, A.B., Atlantic Christian College Jones, Evadeane, Vocational Home Economics, B.S., University of North Carolina at Greensboro Joyner, Lena, Vocational Home Economics, B.S., East Carolina Univer¬ sity Kornegay, Evelyn, English, A.B., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Lancaster, Brenda, Science, B.S., East Carolina University Lane, Phyllis, Health and Physical Education, B.S., East Carolina University Mason, Arzie, Business Education, B.S., Elizabeth City State College Mason, E. L., Music, B.M., West Virginia State College McPherson, Terry, Distributive Education, B.A., Methodist College at Fayetteville Merritt, Johnny, Science, B.S., Atlantic Christian College Miles, Sherman, Science, B.S., Shaw University Morgan, Mary, English, A.B., Guilford College Morris, Elizabeth, English, M.A., East Carolina University j l i Si Narron, Vileigh, Math, A.B., East Carolina University Nunn, Katrina, ESEA Aid Oates, Mary Ann, English, B.S., East Carolina University Potts, Sophia, Librarian, M.A., East Carolina University Powell, Vera, Music, B.A., Livingstone College Price, C. B., Jr., Math, B.S., North Carolina State University 28 Su Cc ! S I Ul ! Nil Those who educate children well are more to be honored than even their parents, for those only give them life, those give the art of living well. Aristotle Prince, Sharon, English, B.A., Oklahoma State University Rice, Carol, Art, B.S., Western Michigan University Sanderson, Doris, Audio-Visual, A.B., Guilford College Sasser, Lois, French, B.S., East Carolina University Scott, Diane, English, A.B., Atlantic Christian College Siler, Sandy, Math, B.S., East Carolina University Smith, Rosalie, Vocational Home Economics, A.B., East Carolina University Smith, W. F., Jr., Science, B.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Stevens, Walter, Jr., Driver ' s Education, A.B., Atlantic Christian College Summerlin, Eva Nan, Business Education, B.S., Atlantic Christian College Swann, Alice, Vocational Home Economics, B.S., University of North Carolina at Greensboro Thompson, Leslie, Vocational Trades and Industries Ward, Ann, English, B.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro Warren, Blonnie, English, A.B., College of William and Mary Wilson, Edna, Social Studies, M.A., East Carolina University School Personnel This group of dedicated people could best be described as unsung heroes. They included the nurses, the cafeterial assistants, the custodians, and the bus drivers. Through their efforts, Southern Wayne was able to keep functioning smoothly. CUSTODIANS: David Armstrong, Katherine Ward, and Robert Ezzell (Head). RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS: Row 1: Lee Grady (Chairman), Edna Wise Hinson, Ellen Davis, Helen Byrd, Fannie Jackson. Row 2: Kay Marks, Mary Gwin Cox, Rebecca Troutman, Helen Kornegay, Frances Cameron, Verna Scott. 30 CAFETERIAL STAFF: Row 1: Fannie Rose (Manager), Mildred Smith, Janet Williamson, Verdie Cox, Row 2: Stella Porter, Sudie Taylor, Helen Mozingo, Lydia Sutton, Rachel Cox. Louise Weeks. IUS DRIVERS: Row 1: Glinda Garris, Dixie Whitman, Scott Sutton, Kent King, Jimmy Scott, George Kornegay, Linwood Kornegay, J. M. Massey, l ' hil Jernigan, Chris Thompson, Dale Jackson. Row 2: Yvonne Casey, Kaye Brogden, Bill Sutton, Ruby Parks, Joan Price, Lindsey Raiford, Annette iiose, Linda Jones, Paula Williford, Janice Flowers, Sylvia Strickland, Sallie Stevens. Row 3: Barbara Draughon, Kathy Sanderson, Danny Barwick, immy Sasser, Mike Overman, Carolyn Effler, Peggy Malpass, Diane Kornegay, Rose Blackman, Debbie Ledbetter. Row 4: Mike Brogden, Mike jfoodard, Mike Snyder, Ellis Holland, Jesse Paul Holloman, Ray Watkins, Jimmy Jones, Steve Edwards, Mike Jones, Harold Kornegay. 31 Under the leadership of President Macon Massey, the Student Council sought not only to work for the student body, but also to work through, and thereby to speak for, all areas of the school. Steps were taken to increase and maintain student interest and participation in Student Council activities. Evidence of this interest was seen through the success of the magazine drive, homecoming, and the candy sale for the AFS program. Macon Massey: President Curtis Davis: Vice President Frank Massey: Sergeant at Arms Mrs. Evadeane Jones: Advisor 32 Thesia Garner: Secretary Betty Benton: Typisi Wendy Crumpler: Treasurer C. B. Price: Advisor 33 OFFICERS: Wendy Crumpler, President; Valerie Olliver, Secretary-Treasurer; Jeff Lee, Vice President; Mrs. Carol Rice, Advisor. Under the direction of its advisor, the Art Club strove to explore the many different facets of art and observed the work of professionals. Demonstrations by local artists presented the Art Club with a glimpse of art ' s rewards. Creations of our own amateur artists were displayed in a spring exhibition. 34 Enter the Southern Wayne Art Unit let your soul embark on a journey into the kaleidoscope of color. Behold the images of man ' s mind as he learns to express his innermost feelings. Following the examples of the Old Masters, he strives to perfect different outlets of expression . . . mosaics, sculptures, etchings, painting, ceramics. 35 ' Pn. - fr ' 7 ' Flight A Flight B F •pi “ " J: 1 ■ 1 Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps served as preparation for a future as an Air Force officer for many of our male students. Although the Air Force ROTC program stressed academics, it also placed great importance on physical conditioning. With the installment of the second year of the three-year program, emphasis was placed on the individual cadet. He was enabled to excel in academic and military leadership — the type of leadership needed to protect this nation. I . 37 LEADERS: M-Sgt. Robert DeGrechie (NCO and drill sergeant). Major Tim Dale (squadron com¬ mander), Captain Kent Sasser (squadron executive officer), Lt. Col. Harold Howard (head of program). The Cadet Courier, a potpourri of news, activities, and projects of the AF-ROTC unit, was first published this year. In crisp uniforms, and spit-shined shoes, the second-year cadets marched in the Veterans ' Day Parade in Mount Olive and the Goldsboro Christmas Parade. .Flight C Flight D 1 . 1 L ■: 1 r ■ . jk I f fco v- M , ii_i i - -iBfT rrrTrrj -• IS! -£?Wlit$5W M» k Jili ...:. . ri ; __:; ' i-JH MKraHHi 40 A stunning new look, a vibrant new sound of the Southern Wayne Band under the leadership of its new director, Edward L. Mason, and Band Boosters ' President, Dr. Burkette Raper, seemed to have a completely new and unique style and personality this year. This new change was evident in the half times, pep rallies, and parade performances. School concerts and a spring concert tour featured a wide variety of selections from pops to classical music. Majorettes, who sparkled their way through routines, led the band. A little changed, a little improved, they added a look of quality to a growing school. " 1-2-3-4 ROCKET!” The swinging sounds of the Pep Band aided the cheerleaders in boosting the spirit of the spectators at the basketball games. 41 Football A rugged sport designed for men; every game a grueling struggle as victory, that illusive bird, took flight and defeat, its scorn descended. Cowards cringe before the scorn; only men stand to fight. In some, courage is hard to find, for the star of victory slipped out of sight. For a team that wins and attains the throne, then glory speeds their journey. For a team that loses, there is no throne — only nerve can keep them going. They get no awards, for some say they deserve nothing. They have lost and shall reap their due, but one thing can be said of them, “They had guts and raw courage. " VARSITY: Row 1: Tim Goodson, Devoux Olliver, Ray Watkins, Ricky Jackson, Carl Thompson, Frankie Harrell, Gene Hughes, Jimmy Tillman, Venable, Neal Hines, Charlie Marks, Roy Whitfield, David Francis, Tim Reeves, C. L. Sutton. Row 3: Lafayette Greenfield, Wiley Mozingo, Carl Fox, Wilson, Ted Dale, Assistant Coach Gene Brewer, Coach Norman Clark. 44 rr-new ■ l. ........... -€ , ' t Harold Sasser. Row 2: Gene Davis, Charles Jim Jackson, Tommy Lamb, Hain Ficken, Worth Scores OPP. sw Goldsboro 32 7 East Duplin 7 0 James Kenan 7 13 Jones Central 7 0 Clinton 27 6 South Lenoir 14 14 Burgaw 12 13 Richlands 6 61 Charles B. Aycock 35 12 Wallace-Rose Hill 39 13 Even meeting increased competition under a rough schedule and facing a strong challenge, the team gave their best and played their hardest. All Conference Worth Wilson, Jim Jackson, and Honorable Mention Wiley Mozingo and Allen Redmon will be missed next year, but All Con ference Gene Hughes ■hi . , -——- will be back, and head coach Norman Clark looks to the new season. 45 The ’Baby Vikings” began their season in fine fashion by shutting out James Kenan 25-0. A stout defense stunned the opponents as the Southern Wayne " Baby Vikes " offensive unit tallied the necessary victory margin in their first formal appearance. The Junior Varsity, led by Coach Jimmy Adams, finished with the admirable records of 5-2-1. Scores OPP. sw James Kenan 0 25 Greenwood 6 26 Wallace-Rose Hill 0 20 Dunn 33 12 Goldsboro 13 13 Wallace-Rose Hill 0 26 Greenwood 0 26 Clinton 28 14 JUSLl JUNIOR VARSITY Jackson, Ricky Gr Donnie Herrin, Rid Bizzell, Haywood W Assistant Coach Rus 46 :ow 1: Alfred Forbes, Douglas Bass, Jerry Britt, Blair Jordan, Frank Massey, Jimmy Herring, Dallas Smith, Douglas Manuel, Mike Wilson, Allen am. Row 2: Napoleon Matthews, Ray Peterson, Donald Peacock, Jeffrey Davis, David Benbow, Richard Kuretsch, Sammy Stewart, David Wilson, -d Odom, Billy Wilkins. Row 3: Billy Effler, Thad Ficken, Greg Meacham, Jim Dickson, Jimmy Ball, Charlie McClenny, Mark Lownes, Robert ams, Eugene Smith. Row 4: Coach Jimmy Adams, Karl Frederick, John Cox, Whit Porter, Dennis Anderson, Clay Best, Grey Cox, Larry Oliver, otton. Bonfire, rally and skits got support and bleary-eyed students were up all night building mountains of wood, paper napkins and chicken wire to put on a good show for their classes. The week of Homecoming is the break before the novelty wears off and the disillusionment sets in. Southern Wayne won the football game and the crowd went wild with ecstasy. Homecoming Queen, Sandra Hartley, stood smiling in the drizzling rain, with her court of ROTC cadets and band standing proudly behind her. 48 I € 50 Friday was the night of pretending J5?. t ° nd u a V would never come. It was staying up late and maybe being a little high, and cheering your hardest at the football game. There you huddled close with blankets and umbrellas to keep the icy rain from dampening your own spirit. People stood for the kick-off. Cheerleaders waved blue and white pom-poms and kept the spirit soaring. Just as your hands went numb, the game was over. Students rushed to the gymnasium, refusing to believe that their week of frenzied excitement was fast coming to a close. There they were entertained by the music of the Expressions until midnight. After Sunday, to recuperate, Southern Wayne ' s students turned back to the books and tossed wilted white mums into the wastebasket. Belinda Durham: Freshman Attendant Jenny Howell: Junior Attendant Thesia Garner: Sophomore Attendant 52 Sandra Hartley: Homecoming Queen 53 54 Winter . . . The light died in the low clouds. Falling snow drank in the dust. Shrouded in silence, the branches wrapped me in their peace. When the boundaries were erased, once again the wonder: That I exist. Hammarskjold In an office too small there is material too plentiful, pictures too many, and help not enough — liberally interspersed with rulers, cameras, pencils, and typewriters. Layout — cropping — copy — photos and a theme of artistic intent, trying to say with too little space that this is the way it is. Carol Mangum Editor Davor Robbins Assistant Editor Tim Reeves Business Manager Miss Eva Nan Summerlin Advisor Carol Jennette Glinda Garris Donald Stephenson Elizabeth Grimes Martin Sutton Phyllis Garris Preston Parker Jackie Turner SWORD SHIELD STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .Kennon Weeks MANAGING EDITOR .LaVeta Hinson NEWS EDITOR.Carol Holmes ACTIVITY EDITOR.Wilma Holland FEATURE EDITOR.Linda Riley SPORTS EDITOR .Steve Edwards CARTOONIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER .Linwood Thompson REPORTERS .Janice Head, Cassandra Wiggins Linda Jones, Pam Davis, Susan Riley Steve Herring, Ray Howard, Rita Basden Vicki Perkins, Gale Hines, Debbie Best Barbara Britt, Valeria Olliver, Suzanne Lewis ADVISOR .Mrs. Doris Gurley Row 1: Steve Edwards, Wilma Holland, Linda Riley, LaVeta Hinson, Kennon Weeks, Carol Holmes, Linwood Thompson, Mrs. Doris Gurley. Row 2: Pam Davis, Suzanne Lewis, Vicki Perkins, Susan Riley, Rita Basden, Barbara Britt, Linda Jones, Gale Hines, Steve Herring, Valeria Olliver, Cassandra Wiggins, Janice Head, Ray Howard, Debbie Best. 60 I If you want newspaper experience, work on a newspaper— a real one with real problems. The Sword Shield has deadlines, editorials and nasty remarks to the editor. Not everyone reads it and those that do, don ' t always agree with what ' s said, but everyone gets upset if its not delivered on time. Carol Holmes: News Observer ' s Most Valuable Staffer Award. Bright lights on Broadway fascinated sixteen of the Southern Wayne journalism students as they made their way through the crowded streets of New York City. Many rode the subways for the first time traveling to and from their classes at Columbia University. Before and after classes, the students attended such events as an all-daV tour of the city, a Broadway play, the NIT at Madison Square Garden, and the Easter program at Radio City Music Hall. The conference ended with a Luncheon at the exquisite Waldorf-Astoria. 62 Sponsored by Mrs. Doris Gurley and Miss Eva Nan Summerlin, the Quill and Scroll is an honorary organization for high school journalists. This year, the main project of the society was the broadcasting of a I weekly radio program on station WDJS in Mount Olive. The highlight of the year was the annual spring banquet. The speech by Mr. Eugene Price, Managing Editor of the Goldsboro News-Argus, was entertaining and enjoyed by all. FFICERS: Mrs. Doris Gurley, Miss Eva Nan Summerlin, Advisors; Kennon Weeks, President; Donald :ephenson. Vice President; Glinda Garris, Secretary; Carol Holmes, Treasurer. 63 " Here is your answer sheet. Now take out fifteen sheets to do your work. " What ' s going on? The advanced math students are doing their daily work. " How many triangles do you see in this figure? " The student replies cautiously, " Forty-six? " " Correct! " The teacher heartily approves. For the first time in three years of geometry He has answered one right! Next door the human adding machines are busily at work. Across the hall the class is in a heated argument over what " x " is. Here in the Math Department students are acquiring knowledge which will greatly aid them in the future. The Math Club is designed to further interest in mathematics and to reveal career opportunities in the field of math. Projects of this year ' s group included making bulletin boards for the Math Club advisors and devising multiplication tables for the special education students. They also made a polar graph for the math department. Student teachers at Southern Wayne lectured to the group on math courses in college. FICERS: Sandy Siler, Mrs. Jelaine Dale, Advisors; Wilma Holland, President; Brent Allen, Vice President; Olivia King, Secretary; Billy ams, Treasurer. 65 The Modern Music Masters are honorary students enrolled in the music department of Southern Wayne. They must excel in both music and academic subjects. The club furthers music appreciation in the school and community. Members enjoyed various types of musical entertainment throughout the year. Equally enjoyable was the lecture on the music at Cherry Hospital. WTi ' C L ■ ' , 1 p . .. y } OFFICERS: Edward Mason, Advisor; Sharon Strickland, President; Barbara Sauls, Vice President; Debbie Ledbetter, Secretary; Rose Edwards, Treasurer; Mary Jo Carson, Historian. Concerts at Christmas and in the spring were only a part of the full job of the Music Department. Under the leadership of two new directors, Mrs. Vera Powell and Mr. Edward Mason, the programs ranged from modern music to jazz. Those who participated discovered that plenty of practice accompanies a good performance. 67 Upon entering the 300-wing of the building, one is greeted by the buzz of saws, the pounding of hammers, the roar of engines, and the pungent odor of sawdust. Here in the Trades and Industries Department industrial workers of the future are busy perfecting skills which will aid them in achieving success in their chosen vocations. 68 I |r” ' “ RS: Leslie Th ° m PF " . H » " » Cannaday, Henry Edwards, Advisors; David Turner. President; LaVeta Hinson, Secretary; Frank Grantham, VICA The purpose of the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America is to aid individuals in preparing for roles in industry and community life. The club sponsored a road rally this year. Those who participated benefited by gaining a more thorough knowledge of safe driving. Two club members, Sallie Stevens and LaVeta Hinson, captured district and state honors in competition. The Business Education Department is responsible for training the typists, secretaries, and accountants of tomorrow. The department has an office preparatory course which is made up of students who are referred to as " Poo Secretaries. " These students have a chance to apply what they have learned by assisting the faculty and administration as secretaries throughout the year. Besides being responsible for teaching courses strictly on the business level, other courses such as personal typing and consumer math are taught. The department was very fortunate in that the installation of electrical outlets in conjunction with the additional electrical typewriters aided in stressing the importance of business education. W 9 Vi ' v 5 j V p As i V ' Jk ' v i POO SECRETARIES: Row 1: Sandra Kornegay, Maggie Ezzell, Linda King, Kathy Summerlin, Ruby Parks, Kaye Brogden. Row 2: Miss Sandra Bunn (Instructor), Geraldine Hall, Kaye Herring, Barbara Summerlin, Debbie Godwin, Dean Gregory, Donna Faulk. Row 3: Susan Wiggins, Judy Denning, Sandra Hartley, Janice Russell, Sharon Strickland, Darlene Britt, Bette Creech. 70 The Future Business Leaders of America had a busy year as students learned first-hand how business life really is. The members published the Student Directory, attended the FBLA Convention in Durham, distributed fruit baskets to the elderly, and went Christmas caroling at rest homes in Goldsboro. Gifts were presented to senior club members and bu siness teachers at a cook-out at the end of the year. 1FFICERS: Miss Sandra Bunn, Mrs. Jean Hollowell, Advisors; Ruby Parks, President; Kathy Summerlin, Vice President; Linda King, Secretary, •ebra Hollowell, Treasurer; Maggie Ezzell, Historian; Sandra Kornegay, Reporter. OFFICERS: Terry McPherson, Advisor; Glenn Howard, President; Johnny Mac Smith, Vice President; Joan Price, Secretary; Polly Price, Treasurer- Charlotte Rouse, Historian; Rhonda Bennett, Parliamentarian. Future business leaders of tomorrow get their starts while still in high school through Distributive Education Clubs of America. The members promoted their interest in distribution through an exhibit at the Wayne County Fair, a float for the Goldsboro and Mount Olive Christmas parades, and an evaluation of retail sales personnel in Mount Olive. The club secured first place for the best non-professional float in the Goldsboro Christmas parade, and was the first place winner of the District Creative Marketing Award. 72 Participants in the Distributive Education program at Southern Wayne received practical instruction in job training in the classes of Mr. Terry McPherson. Supplementing these courses which took place every morning was the actual experience those members gained by holding jobs in the community. They discovered that this experience would later become increasingly important in attaining and maintaining future jobs. 73 ass on sports and physical ivity is in high regard south ern Wayne. Jay the value of Physical Education rses is tremendous, dents have learned how to exert effort possible, I how to show self-control an losing and quiet dignity when ining. a to the efforts department head Jimmy Adams ;nth-grade sical education course ; established, dents found that PE ild be rewarding and oyable. 74 (OFFICERS: Yancey Aycock, Advisor; Rose Blackman, President; Barbara Britt, Vice President; Virginia Greenfield, Secretary-Treasurer. To meet with the rapid advances of the various fields of medicine, the Health Careers Club strove to meet the challenge by investigating and discussing the various available careers. The discussions were accompanied by films and guest speakers, among them the school nurse, Mrs. Ester Markham, who spoke on the history of nursing. One of the most interesting programs was presented by the student nurses from Lenoir Memorial Hospital including graduates from Southern Wayne. 75 Special Education students, under the direction of Mrs. Phyllis Grant, showed their creativity through the various handicrafts they made this year. During the Christmas season, they sold colorful decorations which they made from IBM cards. They also held an auction sale at which they sold other articles that they had made. Don t hit that cow!” ’ Slow down for this curve ff " Let ' s take a left up here. " These are typical of the remarks made daily by Mr. Elton Aycock and Mr. Walter Stevens, Driver ' s Education instructors. Each day they valiantly risk their lives in an effort to teach students safe and correct driving practices. And are they rewarded? Yes! How? By such headlines as " Southern Wayne student arrested for doing 90 in a 60 m.p.h. zone. " 77 " Repondez a ma question en Francais.” 3 Close your mind to English and enter a new world — the world of France and its eloquent language. The goal — international understanding. The means — films, projects, and class participation. The rewards — a deeper understanding of a different language, people, and culture; and through such, a more complete comprehension of our own cultural background. 78 OFFICERS: Mrs. Lois Sasser, Miss Kathleen Dail, Advisors; Janice Head President ' C Secretary; Roxie Massengill, Treasurer. ' ' ' L. Sutton, Vice President; Valeria Olliver, Though the words were foreign, the tunes were unmistakable as shut-ins listen to the joyful voices of the French Club proclaiming the glory and rapture of the Christmas season. These students promoted enjoyment of the French language. Projects done by French students were displayed in the school lobby to further interest in the language. 79 OFFICERS: Gene Brewer, Jimmy Adams, Advisors; Hain Ficken, President; Tommy Lamb, Vice President; Brenda Mitchell, Secretary; Jenny Howell, Treasurer. The Monogram Club promoted good sportsmanship and developed a proper school spirit among all the students, while it recognized cheerleaders and athletes who have lettered in a major or minor sport. This year its functions were to park cars at football games, usher at basketball games, and sell tickets to all athletic events. Bill Ficken, honorary member, faithfully watched his fellow members in action through the year. so Blue and white buttons, signs down every hall, warm mittens, heavy overcoats, smiles at a winning game, silence at a losing game, all are familiar sights that become a traditional part of the Pep Club. New activities and responsibilities are added to the calendar as an all-out spirit drive was begun. Aided by the Pep Band, the club strove to keep spirit high at all the games. FFICERS: William Smith, Miss Bernice Barwick, Advisors; Steve Edwards, President; Tim Reeves, Vice President; Vickie Best, Secretary; Brenda I itchell. Treasurer. Led by Captain Worth Wilson, all conference and all east honorable mention, and Bobby Brimmage, all conference honorable mention, the Varsity Basketball team had a season that was marked with tremendous performances and bitter disappointments. No excuses are given- just sheer effort— though all the breaks went the other way. So people called it a building year and look forward to the new season. 83 Scores Opp. SW Opp. SW Clinton 64 51 76 58 Charles B. Aycock 68 56 45 38 Goldsboro 55 36 75 51 James Kenan 53 82 54 70 Jones Central 69 58 68 61 Burgaw 75 73 64 60 Wallace-Rose Hill 72 57 64 53 Richlands 48 37 70 62 East Duplin 61 64 65 67 South Lenoir 53 42 72 61 Jones Central 49 50(Tournament) Wallace-Rose Hill 69 68(Tournament) 84 VARSITY: Row 1: Russ Taylor, Bobby Brimmage, Coach Jimmy Adams, Worth Wilson. Row 2: Charlie Marks, Frankie Harrell, Jimmy White, Preston Parker, Tim Dale, Tommy Lamb, Dwight Durham, Michael Hudson, Steve Smith, Neal Hines, Willie Durham, Manager Pete Kornegay. 85 The Junior Varsity showed great promise this year with their overall record of 14-6. The experience gained during these games should be useful in attaining victory for the varsity teams in the years to come. Scores Opp. SW Opp. SW Clinton 31 43 28 40 Charles B. Aycock 42 47 55 39 Goldsboro 76 35 81 34 James Kenan 39 45 43 59 Jones Central 31 59 45 55 Burgaw 43 46 33 63 Wallace-Rose Hill 15 49 25 64 Richlands 33 45 42 37 East Duplin 46 60 54 57 South Lenoir 44 42 62 60 JUNIOR VARSITY: Row 1: Devoux Olliver, Alan Jackson, Donnie Herrin, Mike Benbow, Mike Wilson, Reid Marks. Row 2: Coach Gene Brewer, Ricky Herring, David Bryan, Daniel Darden, Welch Smith, Carl Fox, Karl Frederick. 86 Lacking key men. The Freshman Team didn ' t fare as well as the varsity and junior varsity. Under the instruction of Coach Sgt. Robert DeGrechie, the real enthusiasm of the team was shown by the boys in their diligent hours of practice to learn the game. FRESHMEN: Row 1: Clay Best, Terry Budd, Jerry Oates, Prince Cousins, Danny Gurganus, Bobby Durant. Row 2: Ricky Graham, Mark Lownes, William Bryan, Harry Bowers, Jimmy Ball, Horace Battle, Napoleon Matthews. Scores Opp. SW Roseboro-Salemburg 71 53 Greenwood 77 49 Richlands 64 46 Greenwood 49 26 Trexler 29 30 Trexler 53 46 South Lenoir 73 39 North Duplin 54 45 South Lenoir 65 49 Roseboro-Salemburg 67 39 Amid the yells, noise, excitement, and vibrating pom-poms, the Cheerleaders may be seen in early fall on the football field, patio, or in the gymnasium. With their yelling, clapping, cartwheeling and moving to rhythm — who needs new legs? These lively girls, headed by all conference Nancy Kornegay, added color and enthusiasm to Southern Wayne sports. SOUTHERN WAYNE HIGH SCHOI VARSITY: Nancy Kornegay, LaGray Johnson, Linda Walker, Bette Creech, Regenia Sykes, Thesia Garner, Sandra Grantham, Pat Martin, Dean Gregory. Dean Gregory: Co-Captain gfftt ■ ■ . m ' Nancy Kornegay: Captain JUNIOR VARSITY: Row 1: Debbie Hatch, Shirley Stenquist, Betty Tripp, Beverly Teague. Row 2 Sophia Raynor, Kaye Hudson, Connie Turner, Faye Hudson, Ethel Faison. 89 HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Row 1: Sue Williams, Jackie Kelly, Susan Brock, Peggy Scott, Connie Turner, Betty Lane, Kay Hudson. Row 2: Shirley Stenquist, Robin Crurnpler, Belinda Durham, Eddie Ginn, Angela Barwick, Mary Louise Pope, Vicki Outlaw. Linda Smith: Treasurer Gail Shackelford: Secretary Allen Jackson: Vice President 90 Freshmen Jimmy Ball: President !J ? 1 1 j • V’ 1 ! ii " Look at all the Freshmen!” was the bewildered cry of the upperclassmen on the first day of school. The freshmen, with over four hundred class members, became the largest class ever at Southern Wayne. ADVISORS: Row 1: Mrs. Goldie Ferrell and Mrs. Vileigh Narron (Co-Chairmen), Mrs. Mary Morgan, Miss Bernice Barwick, Mrs. Elaine Moss, Mrs. Edna Wilson. Row 2: Mrs. Carol Jackson, Miss Ann Ward, Sherman Miles, Thomas Evans, Joe Hasty, William Smith, Mrs. Arzie Mason, Miss Alice Swann. Gail Adams Consuelo Aldridge Donnie Allen Craig Anderson Tony Anderson Jerry Armstrong Terry Armstrong Mary D. Artis Debbie Askew Israel Atkins Dedra Autry Sharon Autry Kathy Baker Jimmy Ball Betty Barnes Randy Barton Winfred Barton Angela Barwick Rebecca Barwick Douglas Bass Horace Bass 92 Larry Beamon Lucie Beamon Terri Beavers Lynn Bell David Benbow Albert Bennett Jack Bennett Jeff Bennetts Barbara Best Benny Best Clay Best Tyrone Best Charlotte Bishop Annette Bizzell Dorothy Bizzell Billie Blackmore Calvin Bowden Lynette Bowden Roger Bowden Gary Bowen Rodney Bowen Tommy Bowers Terry Brickhouse Ronald Brinson Douglas Britt Susan Brock Pat Brogden Johnny Mack Brown Robert Brown 93 Dolly Bryan Mark Bryan Terry Budd Dale Cambridge Yvonne Cannon Connie Capps Peggy Capps Peggy Carraway Walter Carson Dave Casey David Casey Kim Caulder Isabell Cherry Regina Cherry Doug Coker Nicky Columbus David Cottle Prince Cousins Debbie Cowan Grey Cox John Cox Bambi Creech Marvin Creech 94 Shelton Creech Robin Crumpler Linwood Darden Jeffrey Davis Shirley Denning Paul Dexter Jim Dickson Annie Dove Bobby Durant Belinda Durham Donald Durham Jimmy Durham Albert Edwards Dennis Edwards Jane Edwards Jo Ann Edwards Billy Effler Julius Elliott Steve Ellis Donald Epperson Audrey Faison Ethel Faison Cathy Faulk 95 Thad Ficken Alfred Forbes Betty Foss Greg Gardner Aneica Garner J. E. Garner Betsy Garrison Ginger Gautier George Grady Ricky Graham Denise Grant Tommy Grantham Juanita Green Jayne Grimes Danny Gurganus Liz Gurley Emma Jean Guy John Hair Betty Hall Irma Hamm Phil Hardin Janice Harper J. B. Harrell Debbie Hatch John Hayes Larry Henderson 96 Jimmy Herring Kaye Herring Becky Hill Gary Hill Kathy Hill Katie Hill Kaye Hill Linda Hill Patricia Hill Danny Hines Henry Hines Tommy Holliday Milton Holloman Janet Hollowell Frances Holmes James Holmes Janet Holmes Linda Hood Ronald Hood Sue Hood Irene Hopman Danny Howard Gene Hudgins Faye Hudson Kaye Hudson Judy Ingram 97 Alan Jackson Deborah Jackson Linda Jackson Sue Jackson Barbara James Billy Jennette Doug Jernigan Sharon Johnson Brenda Jones Dolly Jones Mary Jones Maxine Jones Phil Jones Sam Jones Shirley Jones Delma Joyner Nancy Joyner Brenda Justis Benny Kaine Larry Kearnes Jackie Kelly 98 Kathy Kelly Larry Kelly Brenda King Dexter King Norbert King Joe Kornegay Perry Kornegay Richard Kuretach Betty Lane Garry Lane Samuel Langston Linda Lattner Carolyn Lawhorn Van Laws Brent Lee Cornelius Lee Daniel Lee Dennis Lee Elton Lee James Lewis ■I Kermit Loftin Mark Lownes Janice Martin Carolyn Mason Sue Massengill Napoleon Matthews Gary McArthur Frank McIntyre Nora McKnight Greg Meacham I Liffy Merritt Connie Miller Ivie Miller Phil Miller Willie Miller Donald Mitchell Sheila Mobley Karen Moody Larry Moody Janet Morton Margaret Neustedter Jackie Newkirk Dickie Newsome Chenita Newton Bertha Oates Donald Oates Jerry Oates Martha O ' Berry Larry Oliver Precious Olliver Annie Bell Outlaw Vicki Outlaw Mark Overman David Overton Jeff Parker Winfred Parker John Parks Ann Pate Carolyn Pate Joyce Pearce Catherine Pearsall 100 Debra Pearsall Cary Pelt Barbara Perkins Carl Perkins Ray Peterson Mary Louise Pope Terry Potter Mary Frances Powell Brenda Price Brent Price Craig Price Debbie Price Elaine Price Gayle Price Gaynelle Price Kathy Price Margaret Price Pauline Price Susan Quinn Bruce Radford Diane Radford Randy Randolph Kristie Raper Katrina Raynor Sophia Raynor Richard Reaves 101 Kay Roberts Dwight Robinson James Robinson Lynette Robinson Patricia Robinson Eddie Rouse Magalene Royal Edna Royall Larry Royall Debbie Sager Bruce Sasser Alice Sawyer Peggy Scott Cynthia Jo Sellars Phillip Sexton Gail Shackelford Harold Sherard Doris Simmons Patricia Sloan John Slocumb Perry Slocumb Angela Smith Chris Smith Dallas Smith Diane Smith Eugene Smith Kay Smith Linda Smith Neil Smith Ray Smith Brenda Spence Bobby Stevens Ellis Stokes Geraldine Stokes Glenda Stokes Wanda Stokes Carl Strickland Larry Strickland Dennis Stringfield Ronnie Summerlin Jimmy Sutton Scott Sutton Shelton Sutton Patty Swain Janey Swinson Toni Sykes 103 Mary Ellen Talton Leroy Tarlton Ronnie Tarlton Leslie Teachey Louis Teachey Beverly Teague Grace Thigpen Jean Thompson Margaret Thompson Dean Thornton Keith Thornton Stanley Thornton Leland Tolar Betty Tripp Ernest Tucker Bruce Turnage Connie Turner Kathy Tyndall Vivian Vann Ann Walker Peggy Watts Rebecca Watts Rose Weaver Timmy Weeks Carolyn Wells Franklin Wells 104 Nancy Wells Gabriel Whitfield Jerry Whitfield Joseph Whitfield Mark Whitfield Gregory Whitley Bernard Williams Bryce Williams Catherine Williams Cathy Williams Danny Williams Haywood Williams Jackie Williams Randall Williams Sue Williams Jack Williamson Margie Williamson David Wilson Kay Wilson Donna Wood Angelo Wooten Alice Wynn Bobby Wynn William Young Phyllis Garris: Treasurer HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Row 1: Elaine Casey, Debbie McLamb, Verlie Davis, Beth Jernigan, Jennifer Thornton, Ann Anderson. Row 2: Billy Joe Holliday, Roy Whitfield, Preston Parker, Olivia Raper. 106 Kathy Bell: Secretary w t ■j . ; s ' ? ■ -- ' J i V, 1 ' -A, I f1 Suzanne Lewis: Vice President ' Martin Sutton: President Sophomores Hurrah! No longer are they " dumb freshmen " ; now, they beck to the title " Sophomores " . The highlight of the year for most of the class was taking part in the homecoming activities. Some class members worked as waiters and waitresses in the Junior-Senior prom. XDVISORS- Row 1: Miss Kathleen Dail and Mrs. Jean Hollowell (Co-Chairmen), Mrs Naomi SSS 1 ° Brenda Lancaster. Mrs. Lois Sasser. Miss Sandra Bonn. Rov, 2: Harry Cannadv, r ' ancey Aycock, John Boyette, Dale Gainey, Raeford Daughtry. 107 Glenda Aldridge Johnny Allen Ronnie Allen Sonja Anderson Steve Anderson Gloria Andrews Martha Arthur Teresa Askew Peggy Ballree Ray Barnes Bernice Barwick Danny Barwick Marlene Barwick Neta Barwick Rose Barwick Ricky Basden Kathy Bell Mike Benbow Gordon Bennett Jimmy Bennett Ken Best John Bishop Robby Bizzell Vickie Blackman Sandra Blanton Barbara Blevins 108 Patricia Bowden Marion Bradford Jerry Britt Phil Britt Katherine Brock Marty Brogden Ray Brogden Joanie Bruce David Bryan John Paul Bryan Carl Bynum Recka Byrd Connie Capps Frances Capps Pat Capps Mary Carraway Elaine Casey Billie Carole Cobb Janice Coley Sonny Cottle Kaye Crowe Wendy Crumpler Connie Daniels Daniel Darden Verlie Davis Faye Deal Phil Deal Joy Denning Valerie Duncan Bess Edwards Harold Edwards Mark Edwards Douglas Emmanuel Tina Ettesen Lex Faulk Brenda Foss Carl Fox Nita Gardner Thesia Garner Phyllis Garris Brent Godwin Harry Goff Cathy Goodrich Cathy Grady Cathy Grantham LaVerne Greenfield Luther Greenfield Diane Grimes Rachel Gurley Brenda Hall David Hall Debra Harrell Diane Harrell Frankie Harrell Patsie Hasty Joe Hatch Julia Ann Hatcher Joy Head Howard Herring Ricky Herring Becky Hill Bonnie Hill James Hines IMeal Hines Kim Hinson Alice Hobbs Billy Jo Holliday Sandy Hollingsworth Ellen Holloman Wilhemina Holloman Doug Hood Judy Hood Diane Horrell Janice Howell Joy Hudson Dorothy Humphrey Willie Humphrey 111 Don Jackson Robin Jackson Donald Jennette Beth Jernigan Reynold Jernigan Ted Jernigan LaGray Johnson Debbie Johnston Edward Jones Sammy Jones Samuel Jones Susan Jones Wanda Jones Blair Jordon Rusty Kearns Nancy Kelly Sonny Kilpatrick Bradley King Sue King George Kornegay Pete Kornegay Bobby Lambert Evelyn Lane Sue Landreth Jimmy Lawhorn Jeff Lee Steve Lewis Suzanne Lewis Vicky Littleton Tom McClenahan Charlie McClenny Teddy McFatter Mac McKenzie Carl McKinzey Debbie McLamb Moyra McLaurin Kent McLawhorn Pat Mai pass Charlie Marks Reid Marks Luby Martin Ruby Martin Frank Massey Chester Melvin Jerry Mills B. G. Mitchell Brenda Mitchell Bill Montague Iris Moore Angela Morris Rodney Mozingo Joyce Murray Kathy Myers Glenda Newcomb Pam Nunn Roland Oates Richard Odom Brenda Outlaw Barbara Parker Betty Jo Parker Preston Parker Smithey Parker Annette Parks Dorothy Parks Pat Pate Cora Pearsall Joyce Peele 114 Jackie Pendergraft M. A. Pennington Calvin Perkins Harold Person Whit Porter James Powell Beverly Price David John Price Hubert Price Karen Price Neil Price Susan Price Vicki Rackley Jo Ann Rainer Kathy Rains Jose Ramos Olivia Raper Charlotte Ricks Desi Robbins Worth Roberts Carolyn Russell Gail Scott Craig Smith C. W. Smith Donald Smith Doug Smith Jannie Smith 115 Jeannie Smith Junior Smith Temus Smith Welch Smith John Southerland Charles Stevens Henry Steve ns Margaret Stevens Andy Strickland Arthur Strickland Caffie Strickland Danny Strickland Ronnie Strickland Donnie Summerlin Dolly Sutton Johnny Sutton Martin Sutton Oglatha Sutton Judy Taylor Miriam Thigpen Donald Thompson Polly Thompson Curtis Thornton Jennifer Thornton Kenneth Thornton Lee Ann Thornton Stanley Thornton Danny Tolar Daryle Turner Jimmy Van Roekel Sue Vinson Joe Dan Waller Rhonda Watkins Sandra Weaver Debbie Wellington Rose Westbrook Beverly Whitesell Janice Whitfield Mickey Whitfield Roy Whitfield Stevie Dan Wiggins Wayne Wiggins Billy Wilkins Charles Williams James Williams Luvie Williams Mike Wilson Ronald Wise Kathy Womble Jerry Woodall HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Row 1: Linda Walker, Vickie Best. Row 2: Laveita Merritt, ADVISORS: Row 1: Mrs. Elizabeth Lindsey Raiford, Ted Dale, Brenda Jackson. Blonnie Warren. Row 2: Mrs. Doris Russ Taylor: Vice President Davor Robbins: Secretary 118 Morris and Mrs. Doris Jones (Co-Chairmen), Mrs. Gurley, Mrs. Evelyn Kornegay, Mrs. Diane Scott. Rose Edwards: Treasurer Juniors This year the Junior Class was the smallest class at Southern Wayne. This, however, did not stop them from winning first place in Homecoming competition and the magazine drive. They worked hard on the Junior-Senior Prom and their efforts were rewarded. The Juniors proved that determination counts more than size. Tim Reeves: President 119 Joyce Blakely Sandra Bowden Bobby Brimmage Gary Britt Jennie Britt Phil Britt Danny Brock Delma Brock Brenda Brogden Kay Brown Venice Brown Debbie Bryan Mary Jo Bundy Pat Carter Mollie Coker Barbara Cox Bonnie Cox Faye Creech Gene Davis Pam Davis Brenda Draughon Dwight Durham Eve Durham Rose Edwards Carol Faircloth Linda Ferrell Lillie Fields Arnold Flowers Judy Fulghum Phyllis Garner Debbie Glidewell Glenn Grady Tony Grady George Grantham Lin Griffin Olivia Griffin Elizabeth Grimes Gail Grimes Wanda Harrell Ralph Harris Ross Head Donnie Heath 122 Ronnie Herrin Steven Herring Ronnie Hill Debra Hollowell Grover Hood Ray Howard Candace Howell Jenny Howell John Howell Gene Hughes Elma Mae Jernigan Randy Jernigan Grover Johnson Brenda Jones 123 i Cindy Jones Donna Jean Jones Jerry Jones Terry Jones Ellen Keene Bertha Kelly Sheila Kilpatrick Rose King Kathy Kornegay Tommy Lamb Vickie Lambert Kathy Lamb John Lane Mencie Lassiter Pat Lawhorn Larry Loftin Dominque Lovelace Phyllis Manuel Marvin Martin Pat Martin 124 Carl Outlaw Michael Parker Benny Pearsall Leonard Pearsall Tim Perkins Vicki Perkins Ruby Peten Stotler Porter Deborah Price Lynette Price Vickie Radford Lindsey Raiford Tim Reeves Susan Riley Jerry Rivenbark Davor Robbins Sue Roberts Faye Rose Brenda Sasser Connie Sasser Ronnie Sasser Buster Smith Shirley Smith William Smith Mike Stallings William Stewart 126 V Margaret Sutton Rhonda Sutton Regenia Sykes Joyce Tadlock Peggy Talton John Tart Russ Taylor Pam Teague Carl Thompson Dennis Thompson William Thompson Dillon Thornton Jimmy Tillman Pat Tripp Paul Tripp Jackie Turner Judy Walker Linda Walker Tony Ward Mary White Charlie Whitley Rita Williamson Paula Williford 127 . . . ivory snowflakes dancing to the music of the North Wind. The unbearable promise of spring . . . Communication and understanding are the keys to human survival. Southern Wayne ' s English Department was dedicated not only to teaching the students the basic essentials of this fundamental principle, but also to expanding and searching into the background and meaning of language and literature. The department radiated so much enthusiasm and understanding, that the students were inspired to do further reading and writing on their own. 132 loi jtyii The Hobbit, Walden, The Ugly American were read and discussed by the Literary Club. Sponsored by Mrs. Evelyn Kornegay, Miss Ann Ward, and Mrs. Mary Morgan, the club was more active this year than ever before. They studied techniques on understanding literature, and enjoyed the poems and music of Rod McKuen. FFICERS: Miss Arm Ward, Mrs. Mary Morgan, Mrs. Evelyn Kornegay, Advisors; C. L. Sutton, President; Jane Shackelford, Vice President; Katrina iggins, Secretary-Treasurer. « 1 i ’ i I " m r J “ 0£jm J 1 OFFICERS: Miss Ann Ward, Mrs. Sharon Prince, Advisors; Dwight Grady, President; Valeria Olliver, Vice President; Wendy Crumpler, Secretary; Carolyn Swinson, Treasurer. Though unable to present a play, the Epidaurian Players worked enthusiastically throughout the year. The club was divided into three groups to provide for more individual participation. Each group presented skits at the meetings. Some members visited various workshops throughout the state. Many members of the Drama Club were fortunate enough to attend the presentation of " Summertree ' ' at East Carolina University. 134 I promise to do my best y y This is required of each cand idate running for office. His best. These people, if elected, will have the responsibility of governing the school. The victors emerge proudly awaiting their tasks; the losers know they have fought a good battle. SEX Nom ' Hied J_ hauc t oar q fte nt on Vote . ' Due Williams f». Set re iaf l 135 OFFICERS: Mrs. Edna Wilson, Advisor; Carol Holmes, President; Ruby Parks, Vice President; Wilma Holland, Secretary; Bill Sutton, Treasurer; Steve Smith, Parliamentarian; Cassandra Wiggins, Historian; Mrs. Carol Jackson, Advisor. The Future Teachers of America received instruction and experience that aided them in developing readiness for college programs of teacher education. With the assistance of their advisors, FTA performed many services for teachers such as the tea, a skit presented to the faculty, and observing and teaching classes. FTA members had the opportunity to talk with student teachers at Southern Wayne and learned of their teaching experiences. The Social Studies Department aided students in recognizing their responsibilities in our municipal, state, and federal governments, and therefore, in world affairs. World history teachers promoted the study of other cultures. Geography was the study of lands and populations. Sociology and Civics students were geared to the discovery of society ' s structure. United States history courses taught students the background, form, and problems of our country. Movies such as “Fail Safe” and “1984 " gave students glimpses of our possible future. s ✓ V 1 . -r OFFICERS: Mrs. Elaine Moss, Mrs. Blonnie Warren, Advisors; Janice Head, Secretary-Treasurer; Tim Dale, President; Dwight Grady, Vice President. Serving as a unifying and governing body for clubs, the Inter-Club Council was composed of the presidents from each of Southern Wayne ' s clubs. The body acted as a “clearing house” for club activities and projects. It provided a meeting ground for the presidents to discuss any problems the clubs might be having and maybe find helpful solutions. { ft l W r iil ' ' 1 ■ Candy... headaches, toothaches, stomach aches. AFS COMMITTEE: E. J. Bundy, Jane Shackelford, Mrs. Bersha Lewis, Principal Jimmy Williams, Mrs. Kay Marks Mrs Edna Wilson Mrs Maraaret Walker. ' ' 3 The candy sale had two purposes; the first, raising the necessary funds for our chapter of American Field Service to sponsor a foreign exchange student here at Southern Wayne; the second, to assist in financing the yearbook. The sale, a complete success. fulfilled both its purposes. The Science Department took pride in presenting advanced material that would be profound in some colleges. Devoted instructors stimulated the students to find pleasure through curiosity and confusion. Courses such as QPS, physical science, biology, chemistry, physics, and advanced biology which was offered for the first time, were all based largely upon laboratory work. This made concepts more important to the individual. 140 Scientific interest, developed and promoted through active participation, was the goal of the Science Club. The club sponsored the largest Science Fair in the history of Southern Wayne. Over three hundred projects were displayed. Winners went to the District Science Fair at East Carolina University. OFFICERS: Sherman Miles, Mrs. Nina Crumpler, Advisors; Tim Dale, President; Brent Allen, Vice President; Susan Montague, Secretary; Olivia King, Treasurer. 141 ’ Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready, and writing an exact man.” The beginning of a full man can begin in the Library. Its vast collection of over 15,000 books is kept immaculate by librarians Mrs. Sophia Potts, Mrs. Doris Sanderson, Mrs. Katrina Nunn, and the library assistants. 142 Among the most active of SW ' s clubs is the Library Club. Their programs have consisted of trips to the Mount Olive College Library and to the Wayne County Diagnostic Center, a film, and a speaker, Miss Susan Boden, from the Wayne County Public Library. Projects have included displays and bulletin boards, lists of recommended books for college-bound students, and a coffee hour for the teachers during National Library Week. m i OFFICERS: Mrs. Sophia Potts, Mrs. Doris Sanderson, Advisors; Deborah Britt, President; Mike Overman, Vice President; Neta Barwick, Secretary- Treasurer. 143 Davor Robbins President Valeria Olliver Secretary Janice Head Treasurer Miss Mary Ann Oates Advisor Tim Dale Curtis Davis Rose Edwards Janice Flowers Glinda Garris Dwight Grady Harry Hall LeVeta Hinson Wilma Holland Carol Holmes Debbie Holmes Carol Jennette 0WH A White Christmas for twenty needy families, a tea for the teachers, a monthly freshmen involvement program, and Christmas cards to patients in Cherry and O ' Berry hospitals were projects sponsored by the National Honor Society. The NHS is an organization composed of juniors and seniors, who have attained an overall scholastic average of ninety, excel in leadership, render service to the school, and display good character. Olivia King Carol Mangum Roxie Massengill Susan Riley Julia Semaske Kent Sasser Barbara Sauls Jane Shackelford Donald Stephenson C. L. Sutton Chris Thompson Jackie Turner Charles Venable Martha Westbrook Pat Wilson Worth Wilson The most successful Talent Show of Southern Wayne. Impersonations. Singing. Bands. Comedy. Teachers doing the hula. The crowning of Little Egypt. 146 Anyone visiting our school during our annual Twirp Week would find it apparent that something quite extraordinary was going on. Weird shoes, fantastic hats, and mismatched clothes were I only a few of the oddities seen. At the end of the week, “Miss Stephanie Edwards " was crowned “Twirp Queen of 1969 " by Little Egypt, Sgt. DeGrechie. ' ul ' l ' lIUUl Moonlight and Roses ■ ' «s ftinmv ui M[ V, 11 ife it Ml 1 1 ,; i • Mi ; - $ ' ' M ' M ni riilTlii " ' ' ■ ' Close your eyes and walk softly into the night. A night filled with the fragrance of roses and the soft strains of music. Now open your eyes. It wasn ' t a dream at all. The night is real. And so are all the happy people. And you ' re happy too. Because tonight is the night of the Junior-Senior Prom. Home Economics Outstanding accomplishments of the Home Economics Department included being chosen by the State Department as a model to interpret home economics education within the state of North Carolina. The department gave students experience, appreciation, and mastery of all the homemaking skills, which included clothing and textiles, food and nutrition, housing and management, and health and home safety. Students generally discovered that homemaking was not quite as easy as they had thought, but they enjoyed experimenting in sewing and cooking, and experienced a feeling of accomplishment after completing a worthwhile project. ■q; ' . J H| 1 j i i j i i. • I lURi ! I WmSjrmr • OFFICERS: Mrs. Lena Joyner, Advisor; Glinda Garris, President; Kaye Brogden, Secretary; Phyllis Garris, Historian; Wilma Holland, Reporter; 1 Verlie Davis, Parliamentarian; Jennifer Thornton, Recreation Leader; Mrs. Evadeane Jones, Advisor; Lindsey Raiford, Vice President; Olivia Raper, Treasurer. Encouraging development of home economics, the Future Homemakers of America participated actively in activities of the state organization and sponsored numerous projects at school. The fair exhibit, " Love That Freezer, " captured first place honors at the Wayne County Fair. In December, one hundred dolls from the Salvation Army were dressed by interested FHA ' ers for needy children. The Christmas Door Decorations contest was again sponsored by the FHA, with prizes awarded for the most original and decorative. The State FHA Rally brought honors to two of SW ' s FHA members, Roxie Massengill and Phyllis Garner, who were awarded their State Homemaker ' s Degrees. 151 152 ....... V. ' Jimmy Sasser FHA Beau Jenny Howell FFA Sweetheart 153 A Job Well Done! The Southern Wayne Agricultural Department and Future Farmers of America deserve unlimited praise for their outstanding accomplishments this year. Buster Smith received the Outstanding Camper of the Week Award at the summer forestry camp. Under the leadership of President Chris Thompson and Advisors Raeford Daughtry, John Boyette, and R. K. Jernigan, the FFA received the Federation Banner for the fourth consecutive year, and state and national recognition. Livestock Team: Second in District, Within Top Ten in State 154 Awards Day Tool Identification Team: Third in District Cooperative Activities: First in State State Convention Phil Jernigan. . . Home Improvement First Place Danny Mitchell Natural Resource Development • First Place Manfred Hood. Second Place , Leigh Cox. One of the Top Three Livestock Team. . . . Placed in Top Ten Forestry Team. . . . Placed in Top Ten National Chapter . . . . Cooperative Activities . Crop Production . . . . AWARD WINNERS: Row 1: J. M. Massey, Soil Water Management; Phil Jernigan, Farm Home Improvement; C. W. Smith, Poultry Farming; Principal Jimmy Williams, Honorary Membership; Miss Sandra Bunn, Secretarial Assistance; Vance Kornegay, Livestock Farming; Billy Conley, Agriculture Production; Bobby Outlaw, Supervised Practices, Farm Mechanics, Foundation Medal. Row 2: Danny Mitchell, Natural Resources Development; John Tart, Foundation Medal; Grayson Britt, Foundation Medal; Jimmy Wolfe, Crop Farming; Leigh Cox, Ornamental Horticulture, Star Farmer; James Raynor, Star Green Hand; Manfred Hood, Dairy Production; Danny Price, Farm Electrification. Row 3: Dean Thornton, Foundation Medal; Harold Edwards, Foundation Medal; Billy Smith, Agri-Business; Wayne Mills, Forestry; Harry Hall, Public Speaking; R. K. Jernigan, John Boyette, Raeford Daughtry, Chapter Appreciation. State Farmer Degrees Gary Britt Danny Mitchell J. M. Massey Donald Faircloth Dale Jackson Macon Massey Manfred Hood John Tart Jimmy Wolfe Phil Jernigan Forestry Team: First in District, Within Top Ten in State Written Contest Winners OFFICERS: Raeford Daughtry, Advisor; Chris Thompson, President; Harry Hall, Vice President; Grayson Britt, Secretary; Leigh Cox, Treasurer; John Tart, Reporter; Macon Massey, Sentinel; John Boyette, Advisor. Baseball demands more teamwork than most spring sports. The individual judgment of each player must coincide with that of his teammates. As in all sports, baseball has its outstanding athletes. This year Bruce Sasser was the only freshman named all conference. The team ended the year with a 7-7 conference record. 3ow 1: Gene Hutchkins, Napoleon Matthews, Richard Kuretsch, Bruce Sasser, Needham Beasley, Eugene Smith, Keith Westbrook. Row 2: Harold asser, George Grantham, Clay Best, Russ Taylor, Eggbert Wise, Ray Watkins. Row 3: Scorekeeper Eddie Herring, Grover Hood, Roy Whitfield, v lanfred Hood, Doug Weaver, Assistant Coach Sgt. Robert DeGrechie, Coach Russ Cotton. 159 — Track The individual efforts of an athlete can best be measured in track and field events. That extra drive and ability is evident when he surges ahead in the final yards of the 100 yard dash or hurls the discus that extra few feet. This drive and ability was best exemplified by Wiley Mozingo, who received all conference and all east honors, and Neal Hines, who received all conference and all east second team honors. The team placed first in three of their six track meets. - v, ■» Row 1: Jesse Faison, Dennis Stringfield, Thad Ficken, J. B. Harrell, Johnny Wiley, Robert Bizzell, Alan Jackson. Row 2: Manager Pete Kornegay [ Jeff Davis, Ricky Graham, Karl Frederick, Carl Thompson, Mike Wilson, Charlie Marks, Neal Hines, Devoux Olliver. Row 3: Jimmy Tillman, Ray Peterson, Wiley Mozingo, David Wilson, Grey Cox, Tommy Lamb, Whit Porter, Worth Wilson, John Cox, Coach Gene Brewer. Golf is a game of precise movements and often tests the nerves as well as the skill of the athlete. The well-placed drives and the accurate putting of Tom Semaske enabled him to have the best score in conference play. The team finished second three times and third once. Reid Marks, Jim Venable, Tom Semaske, David Bryan, Charlie Whitley, Tommy Holliday, Tom McClenahan, Coach Jimmy Adams. 163 Tennis began its second year with good potential and high hopes. Coached by Norman Clark, the girls finished with a 3-2 record while the boys ended with 1-4. Graduates Jane Shackelford and Milton Nowell will be missed next year, but there are strong players returning to replace them. Row 1: Ann Walker, Jane Shackelford, Rose King. Row 2: Kathy Hill, Gail Shackelford, Vicki Best, Mary Jo Bundy. Row 1: Martin Sutton, Milton Nowell, Phil Miller. Row 2: Ricky Jackson Michael Parker, Warren Crumpler. OFFICERS: Advisors Jimmy Adams and Russ Cotton; Hain Ficken, President; Tommy Lamb, Vice President; Roy Whitfield, Secretary; Mark Lownes, Treasurer. Added to the variety of Southern Wayne ' s clubs is the newly-formed Fellowship of Christian Athletes. With the aid of Mr. Johnny Clements, district representative, the club was able to hold its first meeting in April. The club members have worked diligently striving to bring the athlete in a more direct association with God. They have already completed one project, a car wash to help them raise money. 166 Tennis GIRLS James Kenan Charles B. Aycock Wallace-Rose Hill James Kenan Wallace-Rose Hill Opp. 2 0 5 2 5 SW. 3 6 0 3 1 Tennis BOYS Charles B. Aycock James Kenan James Kenan Wallace-Rose Hill Wallace-Rose Hill Opp. 0 5 6 7 5 SW: 6 0 3 2 4 Baseball Bowman Hamlet Goldsboro Burgaw James Kenan R ichlands Jones Central East Duplin South Lenoir Wallace-Rose Hil Opp. SW. Opp. SW. 12 0 James Kenan Wallace-Rose Hill East Duplin James Kenan Wallace-Rose Hill East Duplin James Kenan Wallace-Rose Hill East Duplin James Kenan Wallace-Rose Hill East Duplin Charles B. Aycock Jones Central Goldsboro Burgaw South Lenoir James Kenan East Duplin Penderlea Wallace-Rose Hill Goldsboro James Kenan Wallace-Rose Hill East Duplin Opp. SW. 304 327 327 427 407 418 426 509 421 450 401 536 421 419 415 524 Opp. SW. 33 67 37 81 43 21 81 71 47 28 93 16 24 94 27 70 47 3 514 13714 38 Golf Track MOST IMPROVED: Lin Griffin, Baseball; Jim Jackson, Football; Allen Redmon, MOST VALUABLE: Gene Hughes, Football; Vicki Best Football. Wilson, Basketball; Bruce Sasser, Baseball; Alan Jackson Glenn Bass, professional football player for the Houston Oilers, spoke to the Southern Wayne athletes and guests at the Athletic Banquet His speech concerning the Fellowship of Christian Athletes was enjoyed by the large number present. Southern Wayne athletes received certificates and letters of merit for their outstanding performances in sports. 170 Students escaped the ordinary hum-drum of their daily schedules by attending the many and varied assemblies that were held. The Air Force ROTC from East Carolina University, including its Angel Flight, presented drill team exhibitions. The band from Shaw Air Force Base provided musical entertainment for all. A National Honor Society tapping, concerts, pep rallies, awards assemblies, and others added enjoyment to school life. 171 Curtis Davis, Governor ' s School Olivia King, Henderson Scholarship Kennon Weeks, Four-Year Veterans Scholarship Jane Shackelford, DAR Good Citizenship Award Russ Taylor, Boys ' State Student Achievements Tim Reeves, Boys ' State Glinda Garris, Katherine Smith Reynolds Scholarship Nominee C.L. Sutton, Morehead Scholarship District Alternate Worth Wilson, Morehead Scholarship Nominee Chris Thompson, FFA State Vice President 1969-70 Charles Venable, West Point Appointee 172 Leaders are more than persons with fancy titles; they are individuals who use their talents, abilities, efforts and hearts to enhance their influential positions for the betterment of mankind. Leaders have that inborn desire to undertake more challenging positions as time goes on. Thus are the personalities of Assistant Principal Russ Cotton and Guidance Counselor Ruth Gardner, who have accepted new roles outside the halls of Southern Wayne. These leaders have consciously and unconsciously contributed much to Southern Wayne ' s total program of growth. 173 tm Jackie Turner, Social Studies Donald Stephenson, Science Fair First Place Charles Venable, Science Fair First Place Rose Westbrook, Science Fair First Place C. L. Sutton, Science Fair First Place, French, " I Dare You " Kathy Baker, QPS Chris Thompson, Physics, Math Carol Holmes, FTA, English Roxie Massengill, Betty Crocker Janice Head, French, " I Dare You " Wilma Holland, Math Club Susan Montague, Drafting Mike Woodard, Drafting Terry Strickland, Trouble Shooting Contest Arnold Flowers, Trouble Shooting Contest LaVeta Hinson, VICA 174 Awards Day is a day for departments and clubs to recognize individuals who have excelled in various fields during the year. A check was presented to VALHALLA Business Manager Tim Reeves from the student council ' s candy fund. Kaye Brogden, Best All-Around Business Student Darlene Britt, Most Improved Business Student Garry Pennington, Band Debbie Ledbetter, Band Jimmy White, Band Sharon Strickland, Modern Music Masters Wendy Crumpler, Pep Club Ray Howard, Pep Club Reginald Spence, Twelve Years Perfect Attendance Deborah Britt, Libra ry Esther Ward, Library Tim Dale, ROTC Outstanding Cadet Benny Pearsall, ROTC Outstanding Staff Officer Carl Fox, ROTC Outstanding Flight Commander Venice Brown, ROTC Outstanding First-Year Cadet Marvin Martin, ROTC Outstanding First-Year Cadet Seniors The unique and varied activities devised by the Senior Class left every senior with happy memories of capricious and solemn moments that were experienced this year. Southern Wayne ' s largest senior class was also the first to have its graduation outside. Through their efforts, the school received partitions for the halls. When the time came for Southern Wayne ' s first freshman class to depart, the class left with feelings of joy, hope, and regret. Worth Wilson: President HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Row 1: Wilma Holland, Betsy Lee, Pat Wilson, Betty Smith, Jane Shackelford. Row 2: Tim Dale, Dwight Grady, Barbara Britt. 176 Glinda Garris: Secretary Donald Stephenson: Treasurer , J6 Y h n . fnrr . . rmyiw MHMttlM? ' l f{ % iDVISORS: Row 1: Sandy Siler and Mrs. Nina Crumpler (Co-Chairmen), Mrs. Lena Joyner, Johnny Merritt. Row 2: Mrs. Gaye Adams, Mrs. Carol Slice, Mrs. Connie Blanchard, Mrs. Rosalie Smith. 177 Billy Adams Veronica Aldridge Brent Allen Cynthia Anderson Melvin Anderson Debra Ashford Janet Beavers Clark Bennett Rhonda Bennett Debbie Best Jimmie Best Johnnie Best Deborah Blackman Rose Blackman Margaret Blanton Howard Bradshaw Barbara Britt Darlene Britt Deborah Britt Grayson Britt Tommy Britt ► PROPRIETOR Danny Brock Kaye Brogden Mike Brogden James Brunson Phyllis Bryan Sheila Burris Becky Cameron Patricia Capps Mary Jo Carson Susan Casey Yvonne Casey Billy Conely Leigh Cox Mary Wooten Cox Connie Creech Bette Creech Pat Crumpler 180 Eddie Davis Elaine Davis Judy Denning Barbara Draughon Patsy Duggins Willie Durham Steve Edwards Carolyn Effler Maggie Ezzell Donald Faircloth Mary Faircloth 181 Janice Flowers Glinda Garris Debbie Godwin Dwight Grady Lynette Grady Frank Grantham Sandra Grantham Lafayette Greenfield Virginia Greenfield Dean Gregory Eddie Gurganus Shelia Hagans 182 Vance Harrell Sandra Hartley Janice Head Gary Henderson Eddie Herring Diane Herring Kaye Herring Debbie Hines Gale Hines Gordon Hinson Laveta Hinson Jesse Hollamon 183 Ellis Holland Wilma Holland Carol Holmes Debbie Holmes Lois Holmes Jerry Hood Manfred Hood HU Glenn Howard Michael Hudson Marie Hyatt Dale Jackson Jim Jackson Carol Jennette 184 Kirby Jernigan Phil Jernigan Bobby Jones Jimmie Jones Linda Jones Mike Jones Debbie Keen David Kellam Sandra Kelly Buddy King Kenneth King Kent King Linda King Olivia King Diane Kornegay Harold Kornegay Nancy Kornegay Sandra Kornegay Vance Kornegay Barbara Lambert • Debbie Ledbetter Betsy Lee Jimmy Lynch Peggy Malpass Carol Mangum Sharon Martin Andy Massengill Roxie Massengill J. M. Massey Macon Massey Rita McFatter LaRue Mitchell Susan Montague Ben Moye Larry Mozingo Wiley Mozingo Robert Neel Milton Nowell Bobby Outlaw Mike Overman Joe Parker Ruby Parks Pat Pearce 187 Vickie Price Cathy Pruitt Wayne Radford Thomas Reaves Allen Redmon Linda Riley Phil Roberts Annette Rose Garry Pennington Brenda Pierce Danny Price Dean Price Mike Price Polly Price 188 Charlotte Rouse Janice Russell Donna Sanderock Eugene Sasser Harold Sasser Jimmy Sasser Kent Sasser Vernon Scott Jane Shackelford Betty Smith Billy Smith Johnny Mac Smith Steve Smith Mike Snyder Reginald Spence Ronnie Stenquist Donald Stephenson Carolyn Stevens Maria Stevens Sallie Stevens Sharon Strickland Sylvia Strickland Terry Strickland 190 Al Sullivan Barbara Summerlin Kathy Summerlin Bill Sutton C. L. Sutton Henry Sutton Carolyn Swinson 191 Chris Thompson Linwood Thompson Lois Thompson Billie Rose Thornton Becky Troutman Gail Tyndall Mike Tyndall Charles Venable Doug Weaver Kennon Weeks Gary Westbrook Martha Westbrook Sandra Westbrook Jimmy White Beth Whitesell Linda Whitley Vickie Whitley Chester Whitman Dixie Whitman Cassandra Wiggins Katrina Wiggins Susan Wiggins Grace Williamson Joan Wilson Pat Wilson Wiley Wilson Worth Wilson Jimmy Wolfe Mike Woodard Anthony Wynn 193 s u P e r I a t i v e s ,4 U IWa mimm MSF. - ybp9 Ja £ lfK jfeA iLr? 7- jy|M ggL SuSiSl iSR BEST ALL-AROUND: Glinda Garris MOST ATTRACTIVE: Milton Nowell and Sandra Hartley 194 WITTIEST: George Stutts and Vickie Price MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: Steve Edwards and Bonnie Davis MOST ATHLETIC: Betsy Lee and Worth Wilson i IOST ORIGINAL: LeVeta Hinson and Reginald Spence MOST TALENTED: Kaye Brogden and Jimmy Sasser ■yJ i 199 Curtis Davis Chief Jackie Turner Davor Robbins Susan Riley Barbara Sauls Julie Semaske The pride in being a Marshal is accomplished by a feeling of satisfaction in that it represents hours of study and hard work. Recognition on a school-wide basis is well worth the effort and application put forth by each student achieving such an honor. It was their duty to usher at the commencemeat exercises. Mark Edwards Debra Harrell Beth Jernigan Betty Tripp Susan Brock Mark Lownes 200 Hi " Make your bed long enough to sleep on, and your cover wide enough to wrap in. " These words, addressed primarily to the graduating senior class, rang through the gymnasium at the Baccalaureate Sermon. Reverend James White, pastor of the Mount Olive Methodist Church delivered an impressive and inspiring sermon. NO SMO 201 AWARDS: Jimmy White, Hatch Athletic Award; Ruby Parks, Leder Scholarship; Wilma Holland, Laura Lenoir Wilson Award; Janice Head, Wingate College Trustees ' Scholarship. 202 HONOR GRADUATES: Row 1: Carol Jennette, Glinda Garris, Janice Flowers, Carol Holmes, Olivia King, Wilma Holland, Roxie Massengill, Debbie Holmes. Row 2: Chris Thompson, Martha Westbrook, Janice Head, Valeria Olliver, Carol Mangum, LaVeta Hinson, Jane Shackelford, Pat Wilson, C. L. Sutton. Row 3: Kent Sasser, Dwight Grady, Harry Hall, Donald Stephenson, Macon Massey, Kennon Weeks, Worth Wilson, Tim Dale, Charles Venable. Graduation is the end of four years yc to (maybe more) that may have been — good — bad — mediocre but they ' re over. You may never appreciate these " best years " ..jut you ' ll relive them in the time to come. For the price of endless months and many dollars you ' ve bought your ticket the Real World, nd you ' re leaving (beneath mass of caps and gowns nd threatening weather) his little closed community. i Vhile listening to the words of Superintendent Shades Yelverton, our former orincipal, you try to sit quietly and not notice the F riendly faces, the stormy veather, the grass on the ootball field—sights you nay never see again. 203 fa -ifab «• i ' |P ' IW ffejr; ■ -jr CT ganiL f ■■ iHf «JE|y £ jw : U; I 111eIBK - JI » X Ip U Bplljr 3 1 ra i4Hl9 y •to |p|f§j$s!■ ■ ,: Mr W . ■ R ju - mr ' • K| , igfj U t] fi- ( ‘ fiism IB. A | Sffipil fXy « |hl ' mr V-jjjjp 1 ' • ’ Ibt Spl || Southern Wayne’s First 204 205 206 The softening greening warming smiling spring ... 207 Scanning phone books, folding letters, licking hundreds of stamps, making phone calls, follow-ups— Advertising Yearbook advertising is a sound proposition. Newspapers are read and thrown away, but yearbooks retain their value. This " first " for the staff was made possible by our principal, Mr. Jimmy Williams, to whom we extend our thanks. S’ . ” - " I " The Pickle Capital of the South " PICKLE COMPANY, INC P.O. Box 390 Mount Olive, North Carolina Telephone 658-2537 Pickles Make the Meal Complete - Eat Mount Olive Pickles, They ' re Better! l M r, lA ♦i’ r or f t nr TH ¥W SMITH BROTHERS STORE Ife- T exoCI DRUGS GLENN MARTIN DRUG STORE FARM MACHINERY AUCTION SALE First Tuesday — Each Month New and Used Farm Machinery WAYNE IMPLEMENT INC. Route 6 Goldsboro, North Carolina Phone 734-4234 HUGH PATE MACK SASSER, JR. Representative Compliments of CENTER BEAUTY SHOP OPERATORS Julia Wells Louise Turner WESTERN VETO ASSOCIATE STORE TV Phone 658-2786 104 East James Mount Olive, N. C. H. J. MORRIS, Proprietor Mount Olive, N. C. COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN BANK TRUST COMPANY Compliments of Sears 703 North Berkeley Blvd. Phone 736-0200 Goldsboro, N. C. " ACRES OF FREE NO TIME LIMIT PARKING " MOUNT OLIVE LIVESTOCK MARKET Daily Hog Buyers - Auction Sale Mondays DRAUGHON and SYKES, OWNERS and OPERATORS Phone 658-3134 Night Phone 658-2929 or 658-4182 MOUNT OLIVE, N. C. KORNEGAY’S GAS SERVICE U.S. 117 Bus. North Mt. Olive, N. C. Phone 658-3239 Day 658-2679 Night Call Collect 24 Hour Wrecker Service Radio Dispatched Your Call Starts Our Wreckers Moving Light and Heavy Duty Towing EVANS ABATTOIR Custom Slaughtering and Wholesale Meats Telephone 658-4192 Mount Olive, North Carolina WOOTEN OIL AND FUEL CO. 723 South George Street GOLDSBORO, N. C. Telephone 734-1357 " Fuel Oil Specialists " OIL BURNER CLEANING AND REPAIR SERVICE MOUNT OLIVE FLORAL CO. " Mignonett ' s Personal Touch " YOUNG MENS SHOP Phone 658-2217 Goldsboro Mount Olive, North Carolina North Carolina SUTTON ELECTRIC CO. R. E. SUTTON, Proprietor Electrical Contractors for Electric Motors and Controls Phone 658-4944 Mount Olive North Carolina McBride herring SPORTING GOOD COMPANY, INC. 1713 East Ash Street CLINIC DRUG COMPANY " A Good Drug Store " Phone 658-2239 Mount Olive North Carolina SAM JERNIGAN AND SONS FURNITURE COMPANY Goldsboro, North Carolina North Carolina Goldsboro CALYPSO PLYWOOD COMPANY RETAIL LUMBER YARD Dial 658-2542 " Large Enough to Serve You — Not Too Large to Know You. " ETHEL’S SHOPPE Best Wishes From The Ladies ' and Children ' s Shop TYNDALL FUNERAL HOME Mount Olive — 658-3118 Phone 658-2303 Warsaw — 621 Mount Olive, N. C. When You Need Repairs to Your Car Visit SASSER BODY SHOP 1013 South George Center Street Mount Olive, North Carolina Goldsboro ' . fi - Pi. v ' ?‘ J _______ ' f . J rT ' ii liL 1 I MEN’S APPAREL SHOP 117 South Center Street Mount Olive, N. C. National Known Brand Men ' s Wear G. GLANTON BARWICK GENERAL INSURANCE 113 South Center Street Phone 658-3281 MICKEY’S PASTRY SHOP Mount Olive, North Carolina Goldsboro North Carolina SCOTT AND JONES, INC. Complete Mill and Storage Design and Installation P.O. Box 551 Phone 658-3874 Mount Olive, North Carolina New Office Under Construction in Calypso Authorized Dealer For Shasta Travel Trailers, Starcraft Camping Trailers Truck Covers, Supplies Accessories SASSER’S CAMPING CENTER 2012 N. William St. Goldsboro, N. C. 27530 Phone 734-4616 LESLIE G. SASSER, OWNER BASDEN BUILDING SUPPLY CAROLINA TRACTORS, INC. Storm Windows and Doors — Hardware Window Units — Moulding and Millwork 809 South George Street Sales and Service Phone 735-2344 Goldsboro, N. C. Dial 734-0781 Goldsboro, N. C. Manager: G. D. JOYNER Credit Manager: J. P. LETCHWORTH Phone 735-3544 123 E. Walnut Street GOLDSBORO, N. C. Mens — Ladies — Children CLOTHING Appliances T.V. ' s Furniture Jewelry MURRAY SUPPLY CO. W. P. MARTIN STORE Custom Grinding — Mixing Buyers of Corn, Small Grain and Soybeans North Center Street Dial 658-2529 Mount Olive, North Carolina Mount Olive, North Carolina WILKINS’ EGGS " The Egg With The High IQ " (Interior Quality) BUDDY’S JEWELRY Mount Olive North Carolina Expert Watch Repairs Diamonds — Watches — Diamond Setting 110 North Center Street Mount Olive WD JS 1430 on Your Radio Dial General Manager J. H. MAYO 1000 Watts Owners J. H. MAYO MRS. LOTTIE S. WELDON " The Best in Listening Pleasure " Serving Wayne, Duplin, Johnston, and Sampson Counties i MOUNT OLIVE FCX SERVICE Telephone 658-2421 BELL-STUART FURNITURE CO., IN COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS P.O. Box 693 Goldsboro, N. C. Installment Sale Security Agreement 124 E. Mulberry St. Phone 734-1524 M Wholesale Distributors MOUNT OLIVE AUTO PARTS Auto — Truck and Tractor Parts 148 East Main Street Dial 658-2359 Mount Olive, N. C. BtaMuvt I • auJiAwt rT- v 1 J " DUMAS GIDDENS OIL COMPANY “Be Sure With Pure " C. W. FLOWERS STORE Groceries — Hardware — Fertilizer Farm Supplies Goldsboro, North Carolina M.C.S. CHERRY SON general Jxsurance Phone 689-2181 Four Oaks North Carolina ALBERT P. (PERRY) GRADY GRADY’S ELECTRIC SALES SERVICE 77 Years of Continuous Service Insurance of All Kinds I 117 North Center Street • Mount Olive, N. C. Mid-Towne Mall • Goldsboro, N. C. Telephone 658-4126 Telephone 734-8600 Electrical Plumbing Supplies Water Pump Sales Service Phone 658-2713 Mt. Olive, N. C. CALL OR COME IN TO THE SCHOOL OF STRINGS And Ask Simon Quinn About Musical Instruments and Lessons 117 East Main Street Telephone 658-4064 Mount Olive WORLEY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE BRACK’S DODGE AUTO SALES SERVICE 156 S. Center Street P. 0. Box 946 Phone RE 4-0845 Goldsboro, N. C. BELL MOTORS, INC. Telephone 658-2554 Mount Olive North Carolina Chrysler Plymouth Valiant IS OUR FIRST THOUGHT WILBER’S BARBECUE " The Latest Concept of Dining Pleasure " Open 7 Days a Week - 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. Dial 735-8415 Kinston Hwy. Owner, Wilber Shirley " You Can Not Beat Electric Heat " WITHERINGTON-THOMPSON WOMACK ELECTRIC INSURANCE AGENCY SUPPLY P. 0. Box 408 P. 0. Box 1637 110 West James Street 805 South George Street Goldsboro, North Carolina Dial 658-3871 Mount Olive CONSULT GODWIN REALTY MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE Telephone 658-2112 or 658-3311 Mount Olive North Carolina BUILDERS SUPPLIES COMPANY FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION, REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE • Concrete Ready-Mixed • Screens — Windows • Doors — Builders ' Tools • Insulation Materials • Paint — Roofing — Lumber • Wallboards — Hardware COMPLETE PLANNING SERVICE Mount Olive Phone 658-4321 Goldsboro Phone 734-4321 Highway 55 Center Vine . a _ l GARRIS FUNERAL HOME, INC. The " Home " Of Sympathetic Service, Giving Personal Attention To All Details Rev. W. R. Wallace, Robert W. Brimmage, and Walter Barfield, Jr. Owners and Operators Licensed Morticians and Funeral Directors Phone Day: 658-2186 Night: 658-2186, 658-2001, or 658-2237 Mount Olive, N. C. BIRD OIL COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS CAROLE’S FLORIST GIFTS TELEFLORA v o »io ' 4ai6 ' v ' Oe Gasoline, Kerosene, Motor Oils, and Coal Mount Olive, North Carolina Flowers for All Occasions Funeral Designs, Weddings, Hospital Arrangements, Party Arrangements, Permanent Arrangements “Serving You for Thirty-Six Years " Mount Olive North Carolina FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, MILL SUPPLIES METAL BUILDING SUPPLIES - STEEL FABRICATORS Telephone No. 734-3411 Goldsboro, N. C. 27530 BRYAN AUTO SALVAGE, INC. ARMY SURPLUS STORE “Where Customers Send Their Friends " Highway 117 South Phone 735-1456 Mount Olive, North Carolina Member Of Carolina Used Auto Parts Network Phone 658-2092 Leon A. Bryan, Owner ALBRITTON’S JEWELRY Sterling Silver — China — Crystal Engraving Watch and Jewelry Repairing Dial 658-2344 Mount Olive, N. C. " The Place To Get The Gifts That Last " CHAMPIONSHIP lU on Official Distributors For The ComDlete Line Of i;iC OTv if) HfXTIU ELLIS MOTOR SALES i " The Place to Buy Them Mount Olive LOWE’S North Carolina DAVIS MILLS, INC. Complete Kitchen Remodeling Service ROLLINS APPLIANCE CENTER Custom Grinding and Mixing Quality Blue Ribbon Corn Meal Phone LOcust 9-3251 Sylvania Westinghouse Sales and Service Center and Chestnut Streets Dial 734-6282 Route 1; Seven Springs, North Carolina Goldsboro, N. C. CITY MOTOR SALES 912 North William Street HOME OF DEPENDABLE NEW AND USED CARS Goldsboro, N. C. Owners: Bus. Phone 734-7068 Facie Weeks Res. Phone 735-3595 James H. Weeks David Weeks I -? _ Compliments of NEWTON GROVE INSURANCE AGENCY D.O. Bryan,Jr. Office 594-4321 Newton Grove Home 689-2172 North Carolina " Prescription Specialists " LEWIS DRUG CO. Mount Olive, North Carolina Telephone 658-2467 REAVES RESTAURANT Mount Olive THOMPSON-FRANCIS FREEMAN AUTO SUPPLY Mount Olive DISCOUNT STORE 119 East Main Mount Olive SUMMERLIN ELECTRIC SERVICE GENERAL |ELECTRIC Mount Olive North Carolina MOUNT OLIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS DIRECTORS Paul C. Garrison, Jr. President Shelton B. Taylor Phone Vice President 658-4129 M. S. Porter, Jr. Exec. Secretary-Treasurer W. M. Nowell Attorney Paul C. Garrison Shelton B. Taylor L. G. Geddie Organized E.J.Pope, Sr. 1919 A. C. Hatch Clayton Summerlin E. A. Southerland W. M. Nowell G. V. McKee, Jr. " LET ' S BUILD " Post Office Box 111 Center-Main Streets MOUNT OLIVE, NORTH CAROLINA SEE RUEL JONES FOR YOUR FERTILIZER, SEEDS, AND INSECTICIDES 3374 MUSIC AND SPORTS " IT PAYS TO PLAY " Pianos — Organs — Stereos — Sheet Music Musical Instruments — Radios Color TV ' s — Sporting Goods Goldsboro, North Carolina GARRIS JEWELERS 108 N. Center Street Goldsboro North Carolina BILL PATTERSON FURNITURE COMPANY FURNITURE FOR BETTER LIVING 114 East Main Street Dial 658-2322 Mount Olive, North Carolina EVANS ABATTOIR Custom Slaughtering and Wholesale Meats Telephone 658-3825 Mount Olive, North Carolina MARY’S DRESS SHOP YOUNG SQUIRE INCORPORATED Mount Olive North Carolina ANDERSON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Dial 658-3353 Mount Olive, N. C. DAVIS SERVICE 125 West James Street Phone 658-3963 Mount Olive North Carolina ASH STREET PHARMACY " Your Neighborhood Drug Store " FREDERICKS OF GOLDSBORO 814 E. Ash Street Phone RE 5-1827 Goldsboro, N. C. HOUSE OF MUSIC 208 E. Walnut St. Goldsboro, N. C. HASTY PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning Lennox and Carrier Equipment Phones: 658-2548 and 658-2416 Goldsboro Highway Mount Olive, North Carolina HATCHER-SMITH MOTOR COMPANY Compliments of CHEVROLET Since 1927 JOANNE, PHIL, AND MARK LOWNES Clyde A. Williams and W. F. Harper — Sales Phone 658-2398 Mount Olive BEST USED CARS Best Deals In Town 202 Park Avenue Telephone 658-4841 Mount Olive SMITH-DOUGLAS COMPANY, INC Currie Smith, Manager SUTTON’S RADIO AND TV SERVICE Phone 735-4218 North William Street Ellsworth Sutton, Owner Phone 658-2837 Route 4 Mount Olive Goldsboro CASH FARM SUPPLY Goldsboro, North Carolina GOLDSBORO J. S. JORDAN AND SON " ANYTHING FOR THE FARM AND HOME " ' Shop With Confidence Wear With Pride " Compliments of fioge . Route 3, Mount Olive, North Carolina Phone 658-3222 Phone RE 4-3277 109 South Center Street GOLDSBORO, N. C. JOHN R. SMITH Phone 658-2238 Mount Olive, N. C. HOME FURNITURE COMPANY 104 South Center Street 118 East Main Street Mount Olive North Carolina SCOTTIE ' S Flowers Gifts " Weddings Our Specialty " Anna M. Scott Grady, Owner Telephone 658-2182 Mount Olive North Carolina Mount Olive North Carolina IGA FOODLINER Mount Olive North Carolina OIL COMPANY Phone 658-3162 Mount Olive North Carolina 5 POINTS BEAUTY SALON Edna Thornton, Owner Sylvia Hughes, Operator Complete Beauty Care For You, Your Wigs and Wiglets Highway 13 Phone 735-6500 Goldsboro JEFFREYS SEED BRYAN MOTOR COMPANY T COMPANY Superior Seeds For Planting JplP ' 2d 315 South George Street WHOLESALE Telephone 734-1501 Goldsboro, N. C. Highway 117 South Telephone 734-2985 Goldsboro, N. C. GARNER BROTHERS Complete Building Supplies Roofing, Siding, Cement, Insulation, Sheetrock, Paint, and Finish Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service Telephone 658-2530 220 North Center Street Mount Olive COMPLETE MENU SEVEN DAYS A WEEK WAYNE ELECTRIC CO. 504 North George Street Dial 735-1847 Phone 734-5022 For Delivery Service 1905 North Williams Street Goldsboro, N. C. Goldsboro North Carolina CARRAWAY’S STORE JAMES T. DICKSON LIFE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTAT Mount Olive 112 North Center Street Phone 658-4762 Mount Olive SMITTY’S DRIVE-IN AND TASTEE FREEZE " For the friendliest personality and best food in town! " Highway 11 7 Mount Olive, N. C. JOHNSON COTTON COMPANY MOTOR PARTS AND MACHINE SERVICE Specializing In Hard To Get Parts 132 E. Walnut Street Goldsboro, North Carolina Complete Stock Of Replacement Parts For Cars — Trucks — Tractors All Types Automotive Paints Supplies KELLY’S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE COMPLETE CAR SERVICE Minor Repairs Minor Tune-Ups ROAD SERVICE 503 North Breazeale Avenue Telephone 658-3638 Mount Olive KRAFT’S STUDIO Fine Portraits a Specialty ALL TYPES OF COMMERCIAL WORK Wedding Portraits Candids Dial 658-2576 Ni 9 ht 658-2682 W. James Street Mt. Olive, North Carolina 735-8211 SEEGARS FENCE COMPANY Industrial — Highway — Residential Chain Link — Steel — Wood Neal W. Seegars 1400 S. Geo., P.O. Box 1756 President Goldsboro, N. C. 27530 VAN ROEKEL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL - INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS - ADDITIONS - REMODELING - ESTIMATES Telephone 734-1978 Old Grantham Road Goldsboro, North Carolina BALL PARK SERVICE STATION SHOP AND SAVE AT CATO’S Washing — Waxing — Polishing — Greasing Corner Of Jefferson Ash Streets Telephone 735-5755 Goldsboro Center Street Mount Olive, N. C. Congratulations, Seniors! CLYDE REAVES SEEDS V-C FERTILIZERS Dial OL 8-2548 Mount Olive, North Carolina _ NU-LIFE BATTERY AND PARTS CO. ROSE FURNITURE 2524 East Ash Street I Telephone 734-6466 Goldsboro Snow Hill Highway Goldsboro North Carolina HARRELL’S WELL BORING SERVICE EXPERIENCED AND DEPENDABLE Fast Service Day or Night Highway 13 South Phone 735-1770 Goldsboro MARTHA’S BEAUTY SHOP WEEKS’ LITTLE RESTAURANT " For All Your Beauty Needs " Telephone 569-3226 Seven Springs North Carolina 130 South Center Street Telephone 735-5616 Goldsboro MRS. GERALDINE WELLS AUTOMOTIVE WHOLESALERS COMPANY 119 East Mulberry Street Car Stereo Tape Players Cartridges Route 1 Mount Olive, N. C. Phone 735-3238 Goldsboro CAROLINA CLEANERS HUDSON RADIO TV SERVICE " COLOR SPECIALISTS " 119 West James Street Telephone 658-4826 Mount Olive Bill Lee, Owner RICHARDS JEWELERS Telephone 658-2441 Mount Olive R. Leo Daughtry, Manager GRIFFIN’S BAR-BE-QUE Pig, Chicken, Steaks and Seafood " WE SERVE PARTIES ANYWHERE " 806 South George Street Phone 735-4242 Goldsboro North Carolina Phone 734-4274 Goldsboro ALLEN D. BROCK REALTY COMPANY, INC. 1206 South George Street ISAACS KAHN FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. " The Big Furniture Store on Center Street " Goldsboro, North Carolina Phone 734-5229 Goldsboro, N. C. MARY LOU’S BEAUTY SHOPPE i COMPLETE BEAUTY CARE Hair Tinting, Frosting, Cutting, Styling, Permanents Wig Sales Servicing Telephone 658-2194 801 North Church Street Mount Olive, N. C. Sell Your Tobacco At BIG BRICK WAREHOUSE Robert Musgrave — Bob Musgrave 512 North John Street Phone 734-5044 Goldsboro, N. C. COX BROTHERS WHOLESALE Telephone 658-2346 120 East Main Street Mount Olive, North Carolina A K MOTORS TELEPHONE 658-3239 Or 658-4672 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ADOLPH KORNEGAY OWNER GOLDSBORO HIGHWAY MOUNT OLIVE NORTH CAROLINA It Pays To Read the MOUNT OLIVE TRIBUNE Tuesday and Friday of Each Week The Home Newspaper Since 1904 COMMERCIAL PRINTING OF ALL KINDS Letterpress and Offset W. R. JENNETTE FURNITURE COMPANY 113 South Center Street " Quality Furniture Since 1917 " Mount Olive, North Carolina W. P. ROSE SUPPLY CO., INC. Dealers in Building Materials P.O.Box 1022 Dial 734-1601 Goldsboro North Carolina JOHN PATTERSON FURNITURE COMPANY R. H. OIL COMPANY Full-O-Pep Gasoline Kerosene Fuel Oils Phone 735-3718 Highway 117 South Goldsboro North Carolina THIGPEN-FICKEN INSURANCE AGENCY Your Independent Insurance Agent Telephone 658-2088 104 East Main Street Mount Olive, North Carolina BURGER HOUSE Home Of The World ' s Greatest Hamburger! North Breazeale Avenue Mount Olive, North Carolina Goldsboro Savings and Loan Association W. A. Dees President W. T. Winslow Exec. Vice Pres.. South John At Chestnut P.jO. Drawer G Goldsboro, N. C. 27530 Hi meric a s L. eac ma 7hrowsfe r MADISON THROWING CO., INC. f Textured Yarns ■ " America ' s Leading Throwster " Plants In: Madison, North Carolina Milledgeville, Georgia Goldsboro, North Carolina Isabella, Puerto Rico BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES MOUNT OLIVE, NORTH CAROLINA CENTER STREET ESSO SERVICE MONTGOMERY WARD 205 West Walnut Street Telephone 734-5113 Goldsboro 131 South Center Street Mount Olive ADVANCED COMPOSITION AND SPEECH CLASS SENIORS OF 1969 DRIVE A mERCURY FROM CENTRAL SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY 115 East Ash Street Goldsboro Goldsboro North Carolina An outstand¬ ing bank is made up of out¬ standing people. ■ That’s why First National is an out¬ standing bank! V OF EASTERN J NORTH CAROLINA ' Twenty-six offices from Boone to Wilmington L. A Senior Credits BILLY ALBERT ADAMS Student Council 2; French Club 4; Math Club 2, 4, Treasurer 4; Football 3; Track 2; Basketball 1,2, 3. VERONICA VICTORIA ALDRIDGE French Club 3, 4; Art Club 3; FHA 3, 4; Literary Club 4. CHARLES BRENT ALLEN Band 1, 2; Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Math Club 4, Vice President 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Drafting Contest Award 3. CYNTHIA MARIE ANDERSON Art Club 3; FHA 1, 2; Dramatics Club 4; Literary Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. MARC DONATHAN ANDERSON MELVIN ANDERSON DECA 3, 4; FFA 1,2, 4; VICA 2; ROTC 3, 4. DEBORAH JANE ASHFORD French Club 3, 4; Art Club 3; FHA 1; Chorus 1; Dramatics Club 3; Literary Club 4. JOHN PERRY BARNES MARVIN JOSEPH BEAMON, JR. JANET LAVERNE BEAVERS FBLA 4; FHA 1,2, 3,4; Health Careers 4; Pep Club 3. CLARK HOOD BENNETT FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; VICA 3; Pep Club 3. RHONDA WHITLEY BENNETT DECA 4, Parliamentarian 4; FHA 1, 2; Pep Club 3; Junior-Senior Waitress; Homecoming Attendant 1. DEBORAH KAYE BEST Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FBLA 3; FHA 1, 2; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 4; Guidance Assistant 2, 3. JIMMIE EDWARD BEST FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHNNIE EARL BEST FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. DEBRA GRAY BLACKMAN FHA 1; Pep Club 3, 4. EMILY ROSE BLACKMAN Student Council 3; Inter-Club Council 3, 4; FHA 1,2, 3; Math Club 1; Science Club 1; Health Careers 3, 4, President 4. MARGARET ANN BLANTON FHA 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 4; Pep Club 1, 2; FBLA 4. JOSEPH HOWARD BRADSHAW FFA 1. BARBARA ANNE BRITT Student Council 1, 2, 4, Secretary 2, Elections Committee Chairman 4; French Club 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; FHA 1, 2, 3; Math Club 1; Sciem Club 1; Library Club 3; Health Careers 3, 4, Vice President 3, SWORD SHIELD STAFF 4. DEBORAH LYNN BRITT Inter-Club Council 4; FHA 1,2, 3, 4, State Degree 3; Library Club 3, President 4; FTA 4; Most Valuable Librarian Assistant Award 4. DONALD GRAYSON BRITT FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Farm Mechanics Foundation Award 3, Sc; Judging Team 2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 3, 4. THOMAS CLEON BRITT French Club 4; Art Club 1,2; Math Club 4; Science Club 1,2; SWOR SHIELD STAFF 1; Art Show Second Place 3; National Defen Student Loan from North Carolina State University. VIVIAN DARLENE BRITT Art Club 2; FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1; POO Secretary 4; Pep Club 2, 3, Junior-Senior Waitress; Most Improved Business Student Award 4. i DANIEL FIELDS BROCK DECA 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3. BARBARA KAYE BROGDEN Student Council 1, 2; Class Secretary 2; FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Library Club 1; POO Secretary 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; FTA Treasurer 3; Health Careers 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Junior-Senior Waitresi Talent Show First Place 1; Most Outstanding Business Student Awaij 4. NORWOOD MICHAEL BROGDEN FFA 4; Bus Driver 4; ROTC Staff Officer 4. JAMES HENRY BRUNSON, JR. PHYLLIS LEONA BRYAN Band 1; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. ANDREW RAY BRYANT SHELIA FAYE BURRIS FHA 1. CHARLES EMMERSON BYRD REBECCA PEARL CAMERON Student Council 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Welcome Wagon Committi ' Chairman 3; FHA 3; Math Club 1,2, 3; Science Club 1; Literary Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN CAPPS Art Club 2, 3; FHA 1; Pep Club 2, 3. RONALD BRUCE CARMACK MARY JO CARSON French Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2, 3; Modern Music Masters 1, 2, 3. FRANCES YVONNE CASEY FHA 1; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Assistant 1; Agricultur Assistant 1. SUSAN LYNN CASEY FBLA 4; FHA 4; Health Careers 4; Pep Club 4. WILLIAM HERMAN CONLEY FFA 1; Audio-Visual Assistant 2; ROTC 3, 4, Squadron Leader 3. CHARLES LEIGH COX, JR. Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 3; FFA 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, St! Farmer Award 4. MARY WOOTEN COX Art Club 1; FHA 1; Dramatics Club 4; Math Club 2, 3, Vice President Science Club 1, 2, 3; Library Club 1; Office Assistant 3; FTA Literary Club 3, 4; Health Careers 2; Science Assistant 3; Memori Scholarship to North Carolina Wesleyan College. CONNIE ROSE CREECH DECA 3, 4. LIZABETH ANN CREECH FBLA 1; Dramatics Club 4; POO Secretary 4; Literary Club 4; Pep Cli 3, 4; Cheerleader 4. PATRICIA IRENE CRUMPLER Art Club 1; Math Club 4; Science Club 4; Literary Club 3; Pep Club 2 . TIMOTHY CLAY DALE Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee Chairman Inter-Club Council 4, President 4; NHS 4; French Club 2; Science Cli 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; ROTC 3, 4, Flight Command 3, Squadron Commander 4, Executive Squadron Commander 3; J nior-Senior Waiter; Basketball 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2; Most Outstandir ROTC Cadet Award 4; Honor Graduate. BONNIE CAROL DAVIS Student Council 3; FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1, 2; Dramatics Club 4; Heal Careers 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3; Superlative. EDWARD J. DAVIS, JR. Senior Credits Dramatics Club 4; Health Careers 4; Pep Club 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4. JEAN ELAINE DAVIS Art Club 2; FHA 2; Dramatics Club 4; Literary Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2; Most School Spirit Award 2. JUDY CAROL DENNING Art Club 2; FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; POO Secretary 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN DRAUGHON FBLA 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3; Dramatics Club 3; Library Club 1; Pep Club 3; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 2; Bus Driver 3, 4. PATSY ANN DUGGINS Art Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Music Masters 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIE EDWARD DURHAM Basketball 4. PRESTON ALLEN EDWARDS French Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2, 3; Baseball 2, 3. STEPHEN EDISON EDWARDS Student Council 2, Health and Safety Committee Chairman 2; Class Vice President 2; Band 1, 2, 3, Most Valuable Award 2, Captain 3; Dramatics Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 4; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 4, Sports Editor 4; Track 2; Monogram Club 3; Inter-Club Council 4; French Club 3; Most School Spiri t Award 3; Superlative. CAROLYN JANICE EFFLER FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Bus Driver 4; Health Careers 3, Secretary 3; Pep Club 1. MAGGIE GARDNER EZZELL FBLA 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; FHA 1; Math Club 1; Office Assistant 4; POO Secretary 4; FTA 4; Pep Club 3. DONALD WAYNE FAIRCLOTH FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 4. 1 MARY ELIZABETH FAIRCLOTH DECA 4; Pep Club 3. DONNA KAYE FAULK FBLA 3, 4; POO Secretary 4; Health Careers 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BRYCE HAIN FICKEN, JR. ;Inter-Club Council 4; Pep Club 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4, Flight Commander 4; Junior-Senior Waiter; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Sportsmanship Award 4; Track 1, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4, President 4; Optimist Club Youth in Sports Award 4; Superlative. JANICE ELIZABETH FLOWERS iNHS 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; Math Club 1,2; ;Science Club 1, 2; VALHALLA STAFF 3; Quill Scroll 3, 4; Bus | Driver 3, 4; Honor Graduate. iPATRICK EDWARD GALYON Art Club 2; FFA 1; Chorus 4; VICA 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; ROTC 4; Track 2, Manager 3. GLINDA ANN GARRIS Student Council 1, 4, Health Safety Committee Chairman 1; Inter-Club Council 4; Class Secretary 4; NHS 3, 4; FBLA 3; FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Math Club 1; VALHALLA STAFF 3, 4; Quill Scroll 4, Secretary 4; Bus Driver 4; FTA 3; Homecoming Attendant 4; Marshal 3; Kathryn Smith Reynolds Scholarship Nominee 4; Superlative; Honor Graduate. HARRY ROBERT GAUTIER JUDY DEBORAH GODWIN FHA 1, 2; Math Club 1; POO Secretary 4; Health Careers 3; Pep Club 3, 4, RICHARD DWIGHT GRADY [Student Council 1,2, 3, 4, Building Grounds Committee Chairman 4, ' .Student-Administration Advisory Council 4; Inter-Club Council 4, Vice President 4; Band 1, 2; NHS 4; French Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Science Club 1; Math Club 1; Literary Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Marshal 1,2; Honor Graduate. SUSAN LYNETTE GRADY DECA 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Basketball 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Most Valuable Award 3. FRANK MICHAEL GRANTHAM VICA 4, Treasurer 4. JOHN PHILLIP GRANTHAM SANDRA FAYE GRANTHAM FHA 1,2; Pep Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; IVIonogram Club 4. LAFAYETTE MASTEEN GREENFIELD Science Club 3; ROTC 3, 4; Football 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4. VIRGINIA GREENFIELD FBLA 1; Chorus 1, 2; Modern Music Masters 1; Science Club 1; Health Careers 1, Secretary 1; FHA 1. BEVERLY DEAN GREGORY Student Council 3; Class Secretary 3; FBLA 2, 3, Treasurer 3; FHA 1; POO Secretary 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Monogram Club 4. EDWARD DWIGHT GURGANUS Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Football 1; Baseball 1. SHELIA EVON HAGANS FBLA 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Modern Music Masters 3, 4. GERALDINE NEWSOME HALL FHA 3; POO Secretary 4. HARRY PROBERT HALL NHS 3, 4; FFA 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 2, 3, Vice President 4; Math Club 3; Science Club 1; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Pulp Paper Technology Scholarship 4; 1968 Wayne County Teenage Businessman; Honor Graduate. MICHAEL KENT HARRELL ZEBULON VANCE HARRELL VICA 1. SANDRA KAYE HARTLEY FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1, 2; POO Secretary 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Health Careers 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Superlative. JANICE SELENA HEAD Student Council 2, 3; Inter-Club Council 4, Secretary 4; NHS 3, 4, Treasurer 4; French Club 3, 4, President 4; Math Club 1,2, 3, Secretary 2, 3; Literary Club 4; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 4; Marshal 2, 3; Danforth Award 4; French III Award 4; Wingate College Scholarship; Superlative; Honor Graduate. GARY DE ' VON HENDERSON French Club 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Literary Club 4; Student-Administration Advisory Council 4; Grand Prize Winner SWORD SHIELD Talent Show 4. EDDIE ALLEN HERRING Chorus 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Modern Music Masters 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4; Baseball Scorekeeper 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2. HOPE DIANE HERRING FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, First Place Flower Arranging Contest 4. LUNA KAYE HERRING FBLA 2, 3, 4; FHA 1; Office Assistant 4; POO Secretary 4. DEBORAH JO HINES Art Club 3; DECA 4; FHA 1; Library Club 4; Pep Club 1. Senior Credits PATRICIA GALE HINES French Club 3, 4; FBLA 4; FHA 1; Dramatics Club 3; Math Club 4; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 4. LAVETA HINSON NHS 4; French Club 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Dramatics Club 3; Quill Scroll 3, 4; Literary Club 4; VICA 4, Secretary 4, District State Safety Award 4; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 4; Superlative; Honor Graduate; Belk-Tyler Scholarship. MAJOR GORDON HINSON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. JESSE PAUL HOLLAMON FFA 1; VICA 1; Bus Driver 3, 4; Basketball 1,2. ELLIS RAY HOLLAND FBLA 3; DECA 1; Audio-Visual Assistant 3; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 3, 4, Vice President 3; Football 1; Track 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3. WILMA LOUISE HOLLAND Student Council 4; Inter-Club Council 4; NHS 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, State Degree 3; Math Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Science Club 1; Library Club 1; Quill Scroll 3, 4; FTA 4, Secretary 4; Literary Club 3; Pep Club 3; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 3, 4; Math Club Award 4; Superlative; Honor Graduate; Laura Lenoir Wilson Award. ANNIE LOIS HOLMES BESSIE CAROL HOLMES Student Council 1; NHS 3, 4; Inter-Club Council 4; Art Club 2; Math Club 1, 2; Quill Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 4; FTA 3, 4, President 4; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 3, 4, News Editor 4, Most Valuable Staffer Award 4; FTA Award 4; English Award 4; Honor Graduate. DEBORAH CAROL HOLMES NHS 4; Math Club 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; FTA 4; Pep Club 3; Honor Graduate. JERRY WAYNE HOOD FFA 1. MANFRED JENNINGS HOOD, JR. FFA 1, 3, 4, Dairy Farming Award 4. RALPH GLENN HOWARD HOWARD LEE HOWELL FFA 1, 2, 4. MICHAEL DWIGHT HUDSON Student Council 1; Science Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4. MYRA MARIE HYATT FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1; Pep Club 2, 3. JAMES ALLEN JACKSON Dramatics Club 4; PE Assistant 2; Health Careers 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4, All Conference 4, All East Honorable Mention 4, Mot Improved Award 4; Track 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Fellowship c; Christian Athletes 4. RONALD DALE JACKSON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 4. EDNA CAROL JENNETTE Student Council 4; NHS 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 2, 3; Math Club 1, 2; Science Club 2; Library Club Historian 1; VALHALLA STAFF 3, 4; Quill Scroll 3, 4; Literar Club 4; Honor Graduate. PHILLIP WAYNE JERNIGAN FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Improvement Award 4; Bus Driver 3, 4. RANSOM KIRBY JERNIGAN FFA 4; Library Club 4; Audio-Visual Assistant 4; VICA 1, 3. BOBBY DWIGHT JONES FFA 1; VICA 4. JIMMIE GRAHAM JONES FFA 1; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 4; Football 3. LINDA ROSE JONES French Club 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; Math Club 3, 4; Library Club 1; Bi Driver 3, 4; Pep Club 1; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 3, 4. MICHAEL CORBIN JONES VICA 3, 4. DEBORAH GAIL KEEN Student Council 3; French Club 3, 4; Math Club 2, 4; Basketball 3. CHARLES EDSEL KEENE ROBERT DAVID KELLAM SANDRA JEAN KELLY FBLA 3, 4; FHA 2, 3, 4; Library Club 4; Pep Club 1. KENNETH ALLEN KING FFA 1, 2, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4. LINDA KAY KING FBLA 3, 4, Secretary 4; FHA 2, 3; POO Secretary 4; Pep Club Guidance Assistant 4; Superlative. MARTHA OLIVIA KING NHS 3, 4; French Club 4; Math Club 4, Secretary 4; Science Club 1, . 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 3; Henderson Scholarship; Honor Graduat RICHARD KENT KING Math Club 1, 2, 3; Library Club 4; Audio-Visual Assistant 4; Bus Drive 4; Science Fair Second Place 4. WILLIAM ARTHUR KING VICA 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Baseball 3; Monogram Club 4; Fellowsh of Christian Athletes 4. DAVID LINDSEY KORNEGAY DIANE JEANETTE KORNEGAY Student Council 3; French Club 3; FHA 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Model Music Masters 3; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 2, 3. KENNETH HAROLD KORNEGAY VICA 1. MILFORD LINWOOD KORNEGAY NANCY ROSE KORNEGAY Student Council 3, 4; Art Club 3; FHA 1,2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, Science Club 1, 2; Literary Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Guidani Assistant 3; Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Captain 4, All Conference 4, Boy Home Bowl Game at Greenville 4; FBLA 3; Optimist Club Spor Award 4. SANDRA JANE KORNEGAY FBLA 3, 4, Reporter 4; Office Assistant 3; POO Secretary 4. VANCE EUGENE KORNEGAY FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Livestock Judging Team Federation First Place 2, Livestock Farming Award 3, Ag Production Award 4, Greenhar Award 1, Chapter Award 2, State Farmer Award 3, Chairman Tract ' Driving Contest 3, Chairman Earning Saving 3; FHA Mothe Daughter Banquet Waiter 3. JAY DEAN KRUEGER ROTC 4. BARBARA KAY LAMBERT FBLA 3, 4; FHA 3; Office Assistant 4. DEBRA MARIE LEDBETTER Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Improved Award 2, Outstanding Musician Awar 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; French Club 4; Modern Mus Senior Credits Masters 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Math Club 2; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. BETSY MOODY LEE Student Council 2, 4, Lost Found Committee Chairman 2; FHA 1,2, i 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2; Guidance Assistant 3; Junior-Senior Waitress; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, All Conference Honorable Mention 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3; Superlative. JIMMY PATRICK LYNCH Art Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Math Club 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2; Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. RITA ANN MCFATTER FBLA 1; FHA 3; Chorus 1; Office Assistant 1; Home Economics Assistant 1. PEGGY LEE MALPASS FHA 1; Chorus 4; Library Club 1, 2; Bus Driver 4; Health Careers 3. MARTHA CAROL MANGUM Student Council 2, 4; NHS 3, 4, Secretary 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; VALHALLA STAFF 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Quill Scroll 3, 4; Literary Club 4; Junior-Senior Waitress; | Homecoming Attendant 2, 3, 4; Art Show Second Place; SWORD SHIELD Christmas Poetry Contest First Place; Honor Graduate. SHARON ANN MARTIN Pep Club 1. ANDREW MARVIN MASSENGILL, JR. Band 1, 2; Modern Music Masters 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4, Staff Officer 3. ROXIE ELIZABETH MASSENGILL Student Council 4, Hospitality Committee Chairman 4; French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; FHA 1,2,3, 4, State Degree 4; Math Club 1, 2; Science Club 1,2; Literary Club 4; Meredith College Scholarship; Betty Crocker Award 4; Honor Graduate. JAMES MILLARD MASSEY FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4. LLOYD MACON MASSEY Student Council 3, 4, Constitution Committee Chairman 3, Sergeant- at-Arms 3, President 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Sentinel 4, Dairy Judging Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Soil Judging Team 2, Tool Identification Team; Bus Driver 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Weight Lifting 2; Honor Graduate. DANNY B. MITCHELL JANICE LARUE MITCHELL JUSAN BRYAN MONTAGUE -HA 1; Dramatics Club 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Library plub 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; First Year Drafting Award 4. j ALLACE LEE MORROW, II JDECA 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Art Club 4. [JEN CAREY MOYE Chorus 2; Band 3, 4, Drum Major 3; Modern Music Masters 3; Track lanager 1; Monogram Club 2. .ARRY PATRICK MOZINGO ’ep Club 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4. VILEY SEBASTINE MOZINGO ootball 1, 2, 3, All Conference Honorable Mention 3, All East Jonorable Mention 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Improved Award 3, Most Valuable Award 4; Monogram Club 2; Fellowship of Christian Athletes IOBERT HANNIBAL NEEL, JR. rench Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4. JILLIAM MILTON NOWELL, JR. ' ramatics Club 4; Science Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; lonogram Club 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; Superlative. ALERIA LOREE OLLIVER tudent Council 2; NHS 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant ecretary 1, Secretary 4; Art Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; FHA 3; Chorus , Secretary 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; SWORD HIELD STAFF 4. OBBY RAY OUTLAW FA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Supervised Practice 4, Livestock Farming foundation Award 4, Crop Farming Foundation Award 4, Star Farmer oundation Award 4, State Farmer Degree 3. ARY MITCHAEL OVERMAN FA 2, 3, 4; Library Club 4, Vice President 4; Audio-Visual Assistant 4; js Driver 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH GRANTHAM PARKER FFA 1,2, 3, 4. RUBY IRENE PARKS Inter-Club Council 4; FBLA 3, 4, President 4; FHA 1; POO Secretary 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; FTA 4, Vice President 4; Guidance Assistant 3; Leder Scholarship. PATRICIA ELIZABETH PEARCE FHA 2; Science Club 1; Pep Club 2. DANIEL RAY PEARSALL GARRY WAYNE PENNINGTON Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Best Musician Award 3, Outstanding Musician Award 4; Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Pep Club 2 . BRENDA CAROL PIERCE DECA 4; FHA 1, 2; Pep Club 3. MARJORIE ROSE POWELL DANIEL GLENN PRICE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Farm Home Electrification Award 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL LOUIS PRICE DECA 3; VICA 3; Pep Club 4. POLLY AMELIA PRICE DECA 4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 3. ROGER DEAN PRICE DECA 3; FFA 1, 4; Pep Club 4. VICKIE LYNN PRICE Art Club 1; Dramatics Club 4; Health Careers 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Superlative. CATHERINE SUE PRUITT ROBERT WAYNE RADFORD Band 4. LLOYD THOMAS REAVES Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 3. ALLEN FRANKLIN REDMON Student Council 1; Pep Club 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4, Flight Commander 3, Staff Officer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All Conference Honorable Mention 4, Most Improved Award 4; Track 3; Basketball 1,2, 3; Monogram Club 3, 4. LINDA JANE RILEY FHA 1; Quill Scroll 3, 4; Literary Club 4; Health Careers 3; Pep Club 3; SWORD SHIELD STAFF 3, 4, Feature Editor 4; Superlative. RONNIE MACK RIVENBARK PHILLIP WADE ROBERTS ROTC 3, 4; Football 1. Senior Credits MARY ANNETTE ROSE FBLA 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Bus Driver 4; Library Club 4. CHARLOTTE GAIL ROUSE FBLA 2; DECA 4, Historian 4; FHA 1; Pep Club 3. JANICE LOUISE RUSSELL French Club 2; POO Secretary 4. DONNA JEAN SANDEROCK Art Club 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Literary Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4, Reporter 4; Most School Spirit Award 3; Junior-Senior Waitress. EVERETTE EUGENE SASSER DECA 3, 4; FFA 2, 4; VICA 2, 3, 4. HAROLD GLENN SASSER Library Club 3, 4; Audio-Visual Assistant 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Football 2, 3, 4, All East Honorable Mention 3; Track 2; Basketball 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4. JAMES BYRON SASSER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Superlative. MARION KENT SASSER Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Point System Committee Chairman 4; Inter-Club Council 4; Class Vice President 1, President 3; NHS 3, 4; Math Club 2, 4; Science Club 1; Pep Club 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4, Flight Commander 3, Staff Officer 4; Junior-Senior Waiter; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Honor Graduate. VERNON EDWARD SCOTT French Club 3; FFA 4, Second Place County Tractor Driving Contest; VICA 2, 3. WALTER FERRELL SCOTT, JR. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS WILLIAM SEMASKE Golf 4, Most Valuable Award 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4. JANE HOLDEN SHACKELFORD Student Council 1,3, 4, AFS Committee Chairman 3, 4; NHS 4; French Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, Head Majorette 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4, Math Club 1; Science Club 1, 2; VALHALLA STAFF 1; Literary Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; Basketball 2; Tennis 3, 4; Girls ' State 3, Superlative; Honor Graduate. DOUGLAS LEE SLOAN Science Club 4; Pep Club 4. JOHNNY MCENNIS SMITH DECA 4, Vice President 4; Art Club 4; FFA 1, 2, 3; Dramatics Club 4[ Pep Club 3, 4; Health Careers 4; Junior-Senior Waiter; Football Manage. 2 . RUTH ELIZABETH SMITH Student Council 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Art Show First Place 2; Frencj Club 3, 4; FHA 1, 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2; Science Clu 1,2; Literary Club 4. SHERMAN SMITH, JR. All Star Greenhand Farmer. SHIRLEY THERESA SMITH Library Assistant 3, 4. STEPHEN WAYNE SMITH FTA 4, Parliamentarian 4; Monogram Club 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4. WILLIAM HARDY SMITH FFA 3, 4; VICA 3, Vice President 3; Pep Club 4. MICHAEL ROBERT SNYDER FFA 1; Bus Driver 3, 4; Track 1. JAMES REGINALD SPENCE Chorus 4; Superlative; Perfect Attendance Award. RONALD EDWARD STENQUIST Band 2, 3, 4; Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4. DONALD CLYDE STEPHENSON Student Council 3, 4; Class Vice President 3, Treasurer 4; NHS 3, 4| Science Club 2, 3, Treasurer 2; VALHALLA STAFF 2, 3, 4; Quill Scroll 3, 4, Vice President 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Football 1, 21 Science Fair Winner 2, 4; Honor Graduate; Superlative; University oj North Carolina Scholarship. CAROLYN MARIE STEVENS Art Club 2; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1,2; Literary Club 3, 4. MARIA JENNETTE STEVENS French Club 3; Art Club 1, 2; FHA 1, 2; Dramatics Club 2;Sciencj Club 1; Library Club 2, Historian 2; Literary Club 4. SALLIE EVERETTE STEVENS FBLA 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; VICA 4, Second Place Distritj Parliamentary Procedure. SHARON ROSE STRICKLAND Inter-Club Council 4; FBLA 3, 4; Chorus 4, President 4; Band 2, 2j Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Pep Club 2, 3| Office Assistant 4; POO Secretary 4; FTA 4; Modern Music Master Award 4. SYLVIA ANN STRICKLAND Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 3, 4. TERRY LEWIS STRICKLAND FFA 2; VICA 3, 4, Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest 4. GEORGE GILBERT STUTTS FFA 1, 3; Superlative. WADE ALLISON SULLIVAN FFA 1,2, 4; Science Club 1; Pep Club 4. BARBARA ANN SUMMERLIN FBLA 3, 4; FHA 1,4; POO Secretary 4. KATHY ELAINE SUMMERLIN FBLA 3, 4, Vice President 4; Chorus 3; FHA 1; POO Secretary 4 Guidance Assistant 4. CRAVEN LAVALLE SUTTON, JR. Student Council 3, 4, Committee Chairman 3, 4; Inter-Club Council 4j NHS 3, 4, Vice President 3; French Club 4, Vice President 4; Sciencij Club 1, Science Fair First Place 4; Bus Driver 4; Literary Club 3, 4 President 4; VICA 2, Treasurer 2; Pep Club 3; Football 2, 4; Weigh Lifting 2; Social Studies Award 3; Boys ' State 3; Morehead Scholarship District First Alternate; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; Marshal 3t Danforth Award 4; French II Award 4; Honor Graduate; Superlative; Elks Scholarship; University of North Carolina Scholarship. HENRY DALLAS SUTTON Dramatics Club 4; VICA 3, Secretary 3; Pep Club 4; Football 1. JOHNNY WILLIAM SUTTON FTA 4, Treasurer 4. CAROLYN YVONNE SWINSON Student Council 1, 4, Committee Chairman 4; Class Secretary 1; Frencl Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, State Degree 3; Dramatic; Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Math Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Literary Club 4 Senior Credits North Carolina Prospective Teachers Scholarship. DONALD CHRIS THOMPSON Student Council 1, 2, Committee Chairman 2; Inter-Club Council 4; Class Treasurer 1; NHS 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, President 4, Vice President of Federation 4, Public Speaking Trophy, Pulp Paper Foundation Scholarship, State Vice President for 1969-70; Math Club 1, 2; Bus Driver 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2, 3, Chief 3; Educational Grant from North Carolina State University; Math Award 3, 4; Social Studies Award 3; Honor Graduate; Physics Award 4; Superlative; Elks Local National Scholarship. LINWOOD EARLE THOMPSON SWORD SHIELD STAFF 3, 4; Art Show Winner 2, 3, 4. LOIS ARLENE THOMPSON FHA 1, 2, 3; Math Club 3; Pep Club 3; Vocational Agricultural Department Secretary 4; Trade Industries Office Secretary 4. BILLIE ROSE THORNTON FHA 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3. BRENDA KAYE THORNTON REBECCA ANN TROUTMAN Student Council 1, Lost Found Committee Chairman 1; French Club 3; FHA 1, 2, 4; Science Club 2; Literary Club 4; Pep Club 4; Cheerleader 1. BARBARA GAIL TYNDALL French Club 3, 4; FHA 1, 2; Chorus 2; Band Flagbearer 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Guidance Assistant 4. MICHAEL STANLEY TYNDALL CHARLES JOSEPH VENABLE i NHS 4; Football 4; Science Fair Winner 4; West Point Nominee 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; Superlative; Honor Graduate. ESTHER MAE WARD French Club 4; Library Club 4; Library Award 4. SHERMAN RUDOLPH WARD EARL RAY WATKINS FFA 3, 4; VICA 2; Pep Club 4; ROTC 3; Bus Driver 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Sportsmanship Award 4; Fellowship of i Christian Athletes 4. DOUGLAS JAMES WEAVER p FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4. KENNON CHARLES WEEKS ! Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Club Council 4; Science Club 1, 2; | Duill Scroll 3, 4, President 4; Literary Club 3, 4; SWORD SHIE LD STAFF 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4, Most Valuable Staffer 3; Honor Graduate; Veterans Four-Year Scholarship. GARY BRITT WESTBROOK FFA 1; VICA 1; Pep Club 2; ROTC 3; Football 1. I MARTHA LYNN WESTBROOK i Student Council 1, 2; NHS 3, 4; French Club2,3;ArtClub3;FHA 1, 2 , 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Math Club 1, 2; Science Club 2; VALHALLA STAFF 2, 3, Business Manager 3; Quill Scroll 3, 4; Pep I Club 4; Marshal 2; Honor Graduate. SANDRA LANCASTER WESTBROOK 4rt Club 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3; PE Assistant 2; Health Careers 2, 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3. IAMES GRAHAM WHITE III Sand 4; Modern Music Masters 4; Audio-Visual Assistant 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; Outstanding Musician ward 4; Hatch Athletic Award 4. MARY BETH WHITESELL ; BLA 1; FHA 2; Library Club 1; Office Assistant 4; POO Secretary 4; ’ep Club 2; Basketball 1. JNDA LOIS WHITLEY ICKIE JONES WHITLEY CHESTER RAY WHITMAN : FA 1, 2, 3, 4. [J1XIE MARIE WHITMAN rt Club 3; FBLA 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, State Degree 3; Office Assistant 2, ji, 4; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 2, 3. ' ' ARY CASSANDRA WIGGINS : HA 1, 2, 3, 4, State Degree 3; Math Club 1; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; FTA ■, Historian 4; Literary Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3; SWORD SHIE LD ITAFF 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 3; Co-Chairman of Talent Show. ' AULA KATRINA WIGGINS : HA 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3; Cheerleader 1. SUSAN KAY WIGGINS POO Secretary 1. ALMA GRACE WILLIAMSON Chorus 1; Office Assistant 4. JAMES WORTH WILSON Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Committee Chairman 3, 4; Class President 2, 4; NHS 4; French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Science Club 2; Pep Club 4; Junior-Senior Waiter; Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; All Conference 3, 4, All East Honorable Mention 4; Track 2, 3, 4, State Competition 3, Most Valuable Award 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Co-Captain 3, All Conference 4, All East Second Team 4, Most Valuable Award 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; Morehead Scholarship Nominee; Best All-Around Athlete Award 3; Superlative; Honor Graduate. PATRICIA STEELE WILSON Student Council 1, 4, Lost Found Committee Chairman 1; NHS 4; French Club 3, 4; Art Club 3; FHA 1; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Math Club 1; Science Club 1; Literary Club 4; Cheerleader 1; Meredith Scholar¬ ship; Honor Graduate. SLYVIA JOAN WILSON DECA 4, Secretary 4, First Place Creative Marketing District Contest 4; FHA 1, 2; Bus Driver 4; Pep Club 3. WILEY NORWOOD WILSON FBLA 3; VICA 1; Football 2. JAMES THOMAS WOLFE FFA 3, 4, Crop Production 4; Band 3, 4; Modern Music Masters 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Science Club 4; PE Assistant 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Golf 3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Monogram Club 4. JAMES KENNETH WOMBLE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Talent Show Second Place 2. ROY MICHAEL WOODARD Math Club 4; Science Club 3, 4, Science Fair Second Place 4; Bus Driver 4; Second Year Drafting Award 4. ANTHONY DELMAWYNN FFA 1, 2; PE Assistant 3, 4; VICA 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. i Advertising, 208 American Field Service, 139 Art Club, 34 Art Department, 35 Assemblies, 170 Assistant Principal, 21 Athletic Banquet, 168 Awards Day, 174 Baccalaureate Sermon, 201 Band, 40 Baseball, 158 Basketball, 82 Bus Drivers, 31 Business Education Department, 70 Cheerleaders, 88 Custodians, 30 Distributive Education Club, 72 Distributive Education Department, 73 Drama Club, 134 Driver ' s Education, 77 Elections, 135 English Department, 132 Faculty, 24 Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 166 Football, 42 French Club, 79 French Department, 78 Freshmen, 90 Future Business Leaders, 71 Future Farmers, 154 Future Homemakers, 151 Future Teachers, 136 Golf, 162 Graduation, 202 Guidance, 23 Health Careers, 75 Home Economics Department, 150 Homecoming, 48 Homecoming Attendants, 52 Homecoming Queen, 53 Honor Graduates, 203 Inter-Club Council, 138 Juniors, 118 Junior-Senior Prom, 148 Library Club, 143 Library Department, 142 Literary Club, 133 Lunchroom Staff, 31 Marshals, 200 Math Club, 65 Math Department, 64 Modern Music Masters, 66 Monogram Club, 80 Music Department, 67 National Honor Society, 144 Office Staff, 22 Pep Club, 81 Physical Education Department, 74 Principal, 20 Quill and Scroll, 63 Red Cross Volunteers, 30 ROTC, 36 School Board, 19 Seniors, 176 Senior Class Picture, 204 Senior Credits, 244 Science Club, 141 Science Department, 140 Social Studies Department, 137 Sophomores, 106 Special Education Department, 76 Special Recognition, 173 Student Achievements, 172 Student Council, 32 Superintendents, 18 Superlatives, 194 SWORD SHIELD, 60 Talent Show, 146 Tennis, 164 Track, 160 Trades and Industries Department, 68 Twirp Week, 147 VALHALLA, 58 Vocational Industrial Club, 69 Thoughtful Thoughts Of Things And Friends Not To Be Forgotten 251 Autographs 252 ' FOR REFERENCE ONLY Not to be taken from this room COUWTV PUUC wt« gH im —i WJWWO, «C fT8®» Wayne County Public Library


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