Tarboro High School - Tar Bo Rah Yearbook (Tarboro, NC)

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' -« t w . , s y %m » WLC A , ' t y-, ! ■ i And you take hold of a handle by one hand or the other by the better or worse hand and you never know maybe till long afterward which was the better hand. 4 5 The annual staff of the 1969 TAR-BORAH wishes to recognize the man who is the hub of all activity at our high school. This hard-working individual is faced with the complex job of co-ordinating the efforts of the school board with those of the faculty. Students and teachers encountering any type of problem immediately seek help or advice from this man whom they well know to be the top authority. In addition to all the paper work and records that keep him busy in his office, this man is relied upon to perform innumerable other services when the needs arise. His sense of loyalty to our school and to his work has many times taken him extremely beyond the call of duty. His authority and guiding influence daily reach every student and faculty member at this school. Therefore, for his indispensable service and for the benefit and progress of Tarboro High School, we, the annual staff, respectfully dedicate our 1969 TAR-BO-RAH to our principal, Mr. O. H. Forrest. 6 1 GIFTS He gives nothing but worthless gold Who gives from a sense of duty; But he who gives but a slender mite, And gives to that which is out of sight, That thread of the all-sustaining Beauty Which runs through all and doth all unite, -- The hand cannot grasp the whole of his alms, The heart outstretches its eager palms, For a god goes with it and makes it store To the soul that was starving in darkness before. James Russell Lowell 7 Sports . 12 Clubs . 40 Faculty and Curriculum . 66 s And sports, how a muff in the seventh lost yesterday ' s game and now they are learning to hit Dazzy ' s Fadeaway ball and did you hear how Foozly plowed through that line for a touchdown this afternoon? m ' a §P» 14 What is bitter to stand against today may be sweet to remember tomorrow. 5 Coaches; Doug Alexander, Richard Scott. Co-Captains; Alex Hargrove, Bo Robinson. Varsity Football L to R; 1st; P. Creech, B. Hussey, A. Barnhill, D. Palmer, P. Warren, R. Cook, D. Messer, A. Hargrove, R. Hughes. 2nd; L. Ridgeway, T. Bryant, B. Robinson, S. Perry, G. King, S. Keene, M. Servais, D. Check, A. Johnson. 3rd; M. Thomas, M. Lilley, B. Caldwell, D. Andersen, B. Fout, R. Robbins, D. Harrison, G. Hudson. 4th; J. Keel, R. Dixon, G. Newsome, B. Wood, B. Mears, M. Woodruff, D. Stalls, M. Kent. Managers; J. Check, E. Kittinger. 16 1968 Football A Championship football team is made up of many things. The ingredients are hard work, determination, teamwork, size, speed, and good coaching. Tarboro had 21 returning lettermen which included 11 seniors. The team had a lot of depth with at least 3 players at each position. The Tigers were bigger physically and had better overall speed than any other team in the history of the school. The Tigers blended an explosive offense with a crushing defense. The team averaged 29 points a game while their opponents averaged just 10. A school record was established in one game when Tarboro scored 78 points. Ironically no person on the Tarboro squad scored more than once in that game. In winning the Championship this season, the Tigers did something no other team has been able to do. They won the Northeastern Conference Championship 3 of the last 4 years ! Marion Kent scores easily. Victory! It ' s well worth the price. 17 Marion Kent bulls for extra yardage. Tigers Roll Gang tackling was the key to Tiger defense Tigers Prove Themselves — at West Carteret TARBORO 20 WEST CARTERET 13 The stone wall defensive line and the smooth, overwhelming offense proved to be too much for the 10 point favored Patriots. A T.D. in every period gave Tarboro a well-earned 27-20 victory to carry home. TARBORO 36 HERTFORD 0 The Tigers launched their grid season with an impressive 36-0 shellacking of non-conference foe Hertford. It was the second straight season-opening victory for Tarboro over the Hertford Indians. The Tigers, though coach Alexander said they played raggedly at times, ran up 246 yards on offense and 48 on defense! Yes, the Ti-ga-tors held Hertford to - 48 yards rushing! Tarboro capitalized on nearly every opportunity to score and even collected a safety. The Tigers proved themselves a formidable opponent with the initial game of their 1968 grid r iron campaign. Randy Hughes battles a defender for a pass. Tarboro Beats Archrivals TARBORO 14 GREENVILLE 13 A one point scoreboard advantage doesn ' t tell the whole story about Tarboro’s victory over arch¬ rival, Greenville. The penalty-ridden Tigers rolled up 4 more first downs and twice as many yards rushing as the Phantoms. Greenville scored its second T.D. late in the game but the Ti-ga- tors blocked the crucial extra point to prevent a tie which climaxed the ball-control victory! 18 Tarboro Explodes Past New Bern TARBORO 41 NEW BERN 6 Leading only 13-6 at half-time, the Tigers charged back and exploded with 21 points in the third quarter. Tarboro unleashed a devastating ground game, racking up 388 yards while New Bern could only muster a meager 48 yards rushing against a stout defense. The entire defensive team turned out a brilliant game. The offensive line did a su¬ perb job opening huge holes for the Tiger backs. Tigers Overwhelm Rams TARBORO 78 HAVELOCK 0 The Tigers proved that they were not over-con¬ fident as they completely demolished Havelock by the score of 78-0. It was just one of those nights where Tarboro could do no wrong. A total of 12 different players scored for the visitors. Tarboro amassed 330 yards on the ground. The Tiger de¬ fense rushed for 32 as they pushed back the Rams. The defense scored 4 touchdowns and set up sever¬ al more. Need we say more? Mama will be proud of me! Tarboro Upset By Roanoke Rapids TARBORO 20 ROANOKE RAPIDS 21 A fired-up Roanoke Rapids team handed Tarboro its only setback of the season. The Tigers were put in a hole to start with as the Jack¬ ets used a great kicking game to an advantage. Roanoke Rapids struck quickly, but the Tigers fought back to pull within one point at half-time. The extra point was declared no good by the referees. In the sec¬ ond half Tarboro had a 98 yard kick-off return called back on a penalty. The final score of 20-21 was a poor scale to grade the game be¬ cause Tarboro had more first downs, yards rushing, and yards passing. This game left a bitter taste in the Tiger ' s mouth for the rest of the season. Pursuit and tackle ... great truth 1047. 19 Tarboro Bounces Back TARBORO 42 EAST CARTERET 6 The Tigers came back with a de¬ cisive victory over the Mariners after a heart-breaking loss to Roanoke Rap¬ ids. A 28-0 first half proved to put the game on ice as Tarboro showed it was still number 1. Opponent: " UNLEASH ME FROM THESE TIGERS. " Tarboro Raps Washington TARBORO 33 WASHINGTON 7 Tarboro put its powerful offense into high gear as the Tigers spoiled the Pam Pack ' s homecoming festivities. It was one of the team ' s best perform¬ ances as the hard driving backs and the lightning quick linemen teamed up for touchdowns. The Tigers rode a 19-0 intermission lead into the third quarter when they added the frosting to the cake. A tight defense kept Washington backed up for most of the game. The Pack ' s lone score came late in the fourth quarter. Jimmie Keel and Bill Hussey team up on a receiver. 20 Tigers Pick Up Big Homecoming Win Over Kinston Tiger Victory Insures Play-Off Berth TARBORO 20 ELIZABETH CITY 13 It was " the " game of the season for the Tigers. Tarboro had to have a win over Elizabeth City if they were to represent the NE-3A in the state play-offs. Tarboro struck first blood in the first quarter, but E.C. bounced back quickly. The game then settled down to a hardhitting contest. The Tigers held on to a 13-6 half-time margin until they tallied again in the fourth quarter. The " Jackets " roared back with another score as time ran out on them. TARBORO 9 KINSTON 7 A defensive battle fought down to the wire-that ' s what the fans in Municipal Stadium saw the night of Tarboro’s homecoming. However, the statistics add a little flavor to Tarboro s argument. The Tigers had 166 yards rushing to the Devils 91 and 12 first downs to their 7. The defense really held down a top offensive threat. This victory kept Tarboro in the running for the Conference Chair. Tigers Lose In Play-Off TIGERS 7 NORTHERN DURHAM 12 The Tarboro Tigers fought valiant¬ ly, but a blocked punt on their first possession proved to be their downfall. The Tigers drove to the 30, 36, 25, and 12 yardlines in the first half but could not put points on the board. The second half was the same story for the Tigers. Late in the fourth quarter, Tarboro finally went ahead 7-6. The Blue Knights came back quickly and took the lead for good. 21 LEWIS RIDGEWAY Center TOMMY BRYANT Guard DANNY WORRELLS Back 22 STEVE PERRY Guard RANDY HUGHES - Back All - Conference BO ROBINSON - End All - Conference PAUL CREECH End 23 Jr. Varsity Football ROW 1; T. Dew, B. Bullock, G. Whitehurst, S. Armstrong, R. Webb, M. Stroup. ROW 2; S. Hoard, C. West, M. Evans, V. Anderson, S. Hicks. ROW 3: M. Ward, D. Price, S. Lewis, R. Stanley, R. Parrisher, S. Smith, B. Lewis. ROW 4; K. Simp¬ son, J. Woodruff, R. Crisp, A. Leonard, M. Allsbrook, A. Lynn, L. Hull. ROW 5; S. Strickland, M. Simpson, B. Brown, A. Webb. NOT PICTURED; L. Holland, S. Anderson, R. Little, C. Spain, Manager K. Harrison. Number 31 runs away realizing the futility of trying to bring down a Tiger Cub. 24 Roger finds those pile-ups very uninviting. WIPE - OUT Tommy Dew throws a good block as Roger Stanley rushes up for the catch. 25 ACROSS: Manager, G. Newsome, F. Martin, D. Harrison, J. Keel, Coach Brett, B. Robinson, R. Hale, M. Lilley, S. Keene. DOWN: M. Kent, P. Creech, B. Bobbitt, W. Benton, A. Hargrove, R. Raskin, B. Hussey. 26 ALEX HARGROVE Forward BO ROBINSON Forward RAY HALE Guard PAUL CREECH Guard 27 Ray Hale does a behind-the-head push-shot. Bill Hussey pulls down another hard-fought re¬ bound. Let ' s hope Paul ' s passing instead of shooting. 28 Nippy finds it hard to get his shot off. Farrar moves in for the kill! Nippy shoots! Bo Robinson does a rain dance as the rest of the team plays. Leg transplants. i 29 BHnaMmH 30 Up, up, up it goes and where it stops .,. Nippy knows. Farrar shoots while the fight for rebounding position goes on. Robinson lets go a long one while Hussey waits for the result. Caldwell lays up two. Jr. Varsity Basketball A Greenville man holds back his own player be¬ cause he knows there ' s no defense against Bruce Caldwell. Mason Lilly demonstrates his perfected jump shot. 32 STANDING L to R; Manager, M. Callaway, R. Crisp, G. Anderson, M. Allsbrook, R. Stanley, J. Check, B, Fout, B. Peters, M. Caldwell, K. Simpson, S. Strickland, B. Bullock. KNEELING: Co-Captains, A. Leonard, G. Hudson, Coach R. Scott. Cotten Hudson storms in for rebound. The supreme effort. Lilly puts in two under harsh condi tions. 33 Baseball Third baseman Mason Lilley is on the attack! Those baseball managers really deserve a lot of credit! ? 34 Seniors Bo Robinson and David Check. Where’s that umpire now that we need him? Robinson displays the form that has made him a fine pitcher. Baseball is one of the more popular sports at T.H.S. Fierce determination is the key to successful pitching. mm L; -...SSL A fine swing, but the fans say the catcher ' s got the ball! 35 Track TRACK TEAM: 1st ROW (1. tor.): R. Calvert, L. Davenport, A. Lynn, R. Robbins, V. Anderson, D. Price, P. Stroup, J. Woodruff, M. Simpson, R. Little. 2nd ROW; S. Fecho, M. Hoard, B. Bobbitt, A. West, G. Batchelor, S. Anderson, G. Whitehurst, M. Thomas, G. Newsome, G. Ward. 3rd ROW: Coach B. Howell, L. Wickham, M. Serrais, B. Fout, B. Hussey, R. Hughes, B. Wood, R. Hale, E. Kittenger, W. Leggett. 4th ROW; S. Letchworth, S. Keene, J. Whitehurst, D. Guill, S. Perry, T. Bryant, D. An- 36 derson, J. Newberry, G. Hudson. J. Newberry watches with amazement as the wind blows J. Anderson away. The pack seems to be on the It ' s a bird! It’s a plane! ... It’s Randy and his shades! 37 38 Ray Price Sammy Hicks Jack Wynn Doug Harrison Bo Edwards Mike Hodge Mike Burnette Steve Fussel 39 | j ||: 1? flR Jr 1 MX v ■ ' " T -1 I | 1 4 . t [3 , a ' ■» i l " Me too, count me in. I want to belong. I do what ' s regular. I’ll sign up. A trial package can ' t hurt me. Here ' s my name and dues. I ' ll try anything once. " Organizations 41 Student Council The purposes of the Student Council are to pro¬ mote student participation in the organization and management of our school, develop leadership qualities, improve school spirit, aid in developing good student-faculty relationships, and execute duties assigned by the principal. Student Council president Jeff Boyd discusses future projects with advisor Mrs. Morse, Vice-President Kathy Roberson, Secretary Kaye Jackson, and Treasurer Randy Raskin. Jeff Boyd presides as Student Council members B. Pittman, D. Stroup, B. Bras¬ well, K. Jackson, A. Hargrove, D. Check, K. Cobb, B. Bobbitt, M. Woodruff, S. Hussey, N. Smith, M. Newell, M. C. Harrell, J. Forrest, R. Raskin, M. Lilley, B. Brown, G. Whitehurst, L. Holland, A. Batchelor, B. Walden, M. Futrell, D. Bushman, B. Peters, and D. Strickland concentrate on the serious business of student government. Alex Hargrove, Barbara Brown, Brooks Peters, Jeff Boyd, Kathy Roberson, Kay Cobb, and Randy Raskin are the members of the Committee on Student Affairs. The Student Coun¬ cil sponsored Kim Ellrod as their Home¬ coming Candidate. 42 1st ROW: J. Boyd, T. Manning, K. Brock, D. Pollard, J. Gregory, J. Bryant, K. Roberson, S. Ellrod, S. Hussey, N. Smith, K. Pridgen, L. Tharrington. 2nd ROW: S. Hall, S. Fleming, R. Braswell, D. Williams, S. Bridgers, J. Wooten, P. Cone, L. Hudson, B. O ' Day, T. Hurwitz, B. Bass, 3rd ROW: P. Holland, L. Knox, A. Mayo, A. Armstrong, T. Bradley, C. Pistollis, P. Taylor, S. Conyers, B. Walden, P. Stroud, J. Wynn, Y. Cherry. 4th ROW: M. Kitrell, S. Boyd, J. Jones, M. Sykes, A. Knight, L. Kinzinger, R. Cashwell, D. Vick, Z. Gilbert. 5th ROW: J. Barnhill, MC. Harrell, L. Horton, N. Miller, J. Harrell, D. Johnson, B. Robinson, C. Griffin. 6th ROW: J, Bobbitt, J. Stroud, M. Dail, C. Hale, M. Ellis, A. Matthews, S. Weeks, B. Armstrong, D. Bridges, D. Robinson. 7th ROW: K. Cobb, C. Forrest, D. Hin- nant, D. Millard, R. Bryant. ECJMHA officers are Betsy Bass, project chairman: Kathy Brock, president; Kathy Roberson, treasurer; Kaye Pridgen, sec¬ retary; and Jean Stroud, vice-president. Edgecombe County Junior Mental Health Association The Junior Mental Health Association helps teen¬ agers realize the responsibilities of caring for the mentally ill, and offers opportunities for the members to work with mental patients, in hopes of developing a generation of young adults with an understanding and compassion for those who are mentally ill. 43 1st ROW: P. Taylor, B. Robinson, S. Boyd, J. Barnhill, D. Millard, M. Ellis, A. Livesay, K. Pridgen. 2nd ROW: L. Smith, L. Horton, L. Kinzinger, D. Dempsey, L. Tharrington, T. Hurwitz, K. Roberson, N. Smith, M. Sexton, T. Manning, C. Cooper. BACK: A. Hargrove, D. Hinnant, J. Wynn, B. Wood, B. Bobbitt, S. Fecho, L. Taylor, M. Freshour, D. Mizell, L. Ridgeway. Le Cercle Francjiis The French Club sponsored Laura Kin¬ zinger as their Home¬ coming Candidate. French Club president Martha Sexton seems a bit con¬ fused about that French tape, but vice-president Kaye Pridgen and treasurer Danny Mizell obviously find it amusing. Is secretary, Lisa Horton, skipping again? 44 VIC A Officers Left - Wayne Taylor, President; Hope McKeel, Secre¬ tary; Bertram Dew, second Vice-President; Mrs. White¬ hurst, Advisor. RIGHT - Tony White, first Vice-Presi¬ dent; Gene Roundtree, Editor; Julie Dixon, Treasurer; Mr. Worsley, Advisor. Hope McKeel repre¬ sented VIC A as Homecoming candi¬ date. Youths quest for knowledge i tech¬ nology through research and the develop¬ ment of modern industrial skills. Vocational and Industrial Clubs of America 1st ROW: J. Boyd, J. Dixon, M. Braddy, S. Lewis, C. Whitaker, G. Rountree, H. McKeel, D. Stroup, W. Burnett, W. Johnson. 2nd ROW: D. Godwin, R. Sanderson, C. Jarrett, R. Calvert, G. Ward, P. Stroup, S. Edmonson, F. Webb, M. Dew, P. Skinner, C. Clark, D. Walston. 3rd ROW: K. Burke, D. Dupree, D. Purvis, W. Burgess, T. White, W. Taylor, B. Dew, L. Boone, B. Gooden. 45 Science Club President, George Howard; Vice-President, Phyllis Taylor; Secretary, Susan Conyers test their formula for a Smart Potion. Science and Photography Club The objective of the Science Club is to incite scientific minds and to introduce its members to voca¬ tional fields involving science. FIRST ROW: G. Howard, P. Taylor, S. Conyers, D. Mizell, L. Ridgeway, M. Freshour, J. Wynn, L. Smith, D. Rosenkoetter, G. Tostoe, J. Boyd, B. Wilson, S. Fleming. SECOND ROW: M. Sexton, L. Kinzinger, S. Pulley, D. Smith, C. Pistolis, T. Hurwitz, J. Bryant, L. Price, A. Livesay, M. Holland, S. Barthelomew, D. Crumpler. THIRD ROW: S. Fecho, V. Bryant, J. Sugg, J. Forrest, J. Barnhill, D. Walters, T. Pigg, B. Eagles, T. Andrews, M. Woodruff, G. Pistolis, M. Lilley. FOURTH ROW: C. Cooper, J. Tostoe, R. Sanderson, G. Batchelor, R. Calvert, L. Wickham, H. Wolfe, P. Stroup, K. Ridge¬ way, D. Dawson. FIFTH ROW: K. Braddy, D. Shirley, L. Davenport, J. Check, C. Hyman, R. Franks, B. Lawrence, B. Hussey, B. Wood, L. Tharrington. SIXTH ROW: A. Meeks, J. Keel, W. Benton, B. Bob¬ bitt, M. Servais, R. Howard. SEVENTH ROW: B. Wood, R. Koehler, W. Worsley, D. Riley, S. Keene , B. Stroud, B. Barnhart, J. Whitehurst, D. Dempsey. EIGHTH ROW: B. Bonner, P. Creech, D. Guill, D. 5talls, J. Woodruff, A. Hale, C. Whitehurst, C. Ph- 46 ! ' .. 1 ' ' 1 f ' ■ - . i k r t „ .| 1st ROW: L. Knox, B. J. Wells, D. May, A. Stevenson, P. Lynn, Advisor, Mrs. Phelan. 2nd ROW: C. Andrews, G. Radford, D. Wainwright, C. West. 3rd ROW: G. Wooten, B. Davis, B. Stroud, S. Walston. Library Club Composed of students with an interest in library work, the library club members func¬ tion both as members of the library science classes and as library assistants. Members work at the circulation desk and files, and decorate the bulletin boards to promote read¬ ing. President Lossie Knox and Vice-President Butch Stroud give Secretary-Treasurer Ginger Radford and Reporter Dianne May a hand with the book wagon. The Library Club sponsored Becky Davis as their Homecoming Candidate. 47 The Pep Club spon¬ sored Kathy Bradley as their Homecom¬ ing Candidate. The Pep Club is by far the largest club at THS. The Pep Club strives to encourage school spirit, to produce pep, and build sports manship at ball games. Pep Club 48 Pep Club Officers: Kathy Bradley, President: Debbie Millard, V. Presi¬ dent; Kay Cobb, Secretary; Beverly Rollins, Treasurer; Kaye Pridgen, Chairman of Appointments, travel far and wide to support the mighty Tigers. 49 5th ROW: S. Fecho, T. Hoard, R. Walston, C. Gooch, B. Brown, D. Hinson, J. Webb. 4th ROW: N. Gooch, S. Letchworth, W. Leggett, W. Bryant, B. Bass. 3rd ROW: G. Johnson, M. Stanley, V. Bryant, L. Richardson, D. Harrell, B. Bryant, T. Rohrer, B. Roberson, M. Clark, J. Bryant, G. Young. 2nd ROW: S. Fleming, L. Tharrington, S. Shaw, J. Brazeal, M. Brazeal, M. Holland, B. Hyman, L. Price, D. Vick, S. Logue. 1st ROW: N. Sexton, D. Joyner, J. Wilson, G. Ward, A. Ballard, L. Batchelor, S. Dixon, E. Carpenter, D. Alford, and R. Bryant (not pictured). THS Band and Color Guard Senior members are L. Price, V. Bry¬ ant, T. Hoard, M. Holland. 2nd ROW: S. Fecho, J. Brazeal, G. Ward, and M. Brazeal. 1st ROW: S. Fleming, Color-Guard Co- Chief; J. Brazeal, Sergeant; G. Ward, Drum Major; L. Price, Corporal; D. Vick, Freshman Representative; J. Wilson, Color-Guard Chief. 2nd ROW: T. Rohrer, Assistant Librarian; B. Robinson, Librarian; V. Bryant, Vice President; L. Richardson, Sophomore Representative; D. Bass, Jun¬ ior Representative. 3rd ROW: S. Fecho, President, T. Hoard, Senior Representa¬ tive; D. Hinson, Crew Chief; W. Bryant, Private. 50 The color guard practices diligently to perfect its perform¬ ance. Members of the color guard are D. Alford, S. Fleming, B. Wilson, E. Carpenter, S. Dixon, D. Joyner, L. Batchelor, A. Ballard, S. Logue, and N. Sexton. 51 The Key Club spon¬ sored Lucinda Smith as their Homecom¬ ing Candidate. Key Club Key Club Officers are Doug Harrison, President; Arnold Worsley, Junior Director; Leslie Wickham, Vice- President; Billy Wood, Senior Direct¬ or; Steve Perry, Secretary-Treasurer. LEFT: S. Fussel, G. Roundtree, T. Andrews, D. Anderson, C. Hy¬ man, G. Batchelor, G. Howard, P. Creech, B. Teal, D. Harrison, D. Stalls, S. Keene. RIGHT: A. Worsley, L. Wickham, B. Bob¬ bitt, S. Perry, A. Hargrove, R. Koehler, D. Stroup, B. Wood, D. Riley, J. Keel, A. Barnhill. The Key Club is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. A service organization, its purpose is to develop initiative, leadership, and citizenship. ’ ' ■■ Bmp - ' £ % 52 JV Chief Barbara Brown and Co-Chief Debbie Crumpler exemplify the spirit and enthusiasm of the great JV squad. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders produce the noise and atmosphere of sportsmanship at football and basket¬ ball games that is so important to the kind of game the boys play. JV cheerleaders Brenda Eagles, Karen Ridgeway, Debbie Bushman, Becky Wood, Sandra Forrest, Gail Turn- age, Barbara Brown, Tiger Dee Creech, Debbie Crumpler, Jean Forrest, Shelley Beach, and Debbie Rosen- koetter. 53 Senior Cheerleaders !ali8c ; iS LUCINDA SMITH In Action 54 It’s hard to keep your feet on the ground when you ' re cheering the great Tiger team! Varsity Cheerleaders The Varsity cheer¬ leaders sponsored Phyllis Taylor as their Homecoming Candidate. 55 FRONT: L. Ridgeway, D. Vick, P. Creech, M. Servais, J. Whitehurst, D. Guill, R. Calvert, B. Bobbitt, G. King, T. Andrews, D. Andersen, D. Palmer, F. Pace, G. Whitehurst, P. Owens. BACK: W. Taylor, P. Creech, J. Keel, B. Hussey, F. Martin, A. Hargrove, H. Wolfe, B. Mears, W. Benton, P. Warren, A. Barnhill, B. Robinson, M. Lilley, C. Jarrett, M. Kent, G. Howard, R. Sanderson, B. Bonner. John W. Cotton Chapter of the Order of Demolay Senior Counselor Bo Robinson, Scribe Brad Bob¬ bitt, Junior Counselor, Paul Creech and Master Counselor Alex Hargrove exemplify the high ideals of the Demolay. The Order of Demolay helps boys to be better sons and citizens. It teaches love of parents, reverence, courtesy, comradeship, fidelity, clean¬ liness, and patriotism. It sets up high moral stand¬ ards and helps Demolays live up to them. The Demolay spon¬ sored Kaye Jackson as their Homecom¬ ing Candidate. 56 President, Sandra Belch; V. President, Della Smith; Secretary, Ann Armstrong; Reporter, Debbie Taylor; Treasury, Mona New ell; Historian, Debra Williams. The FHA sponsored Sandra Belch as their Homecoming Candi¬ date. Future Homemakers of America The FHA promotes a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking, encourages de¬ mocracy in home and community life, and promotes international goodwill. 1st ROW: M. Fussell, D. Jackson, A. Miller, D. Taylor, D. Williams, S. Griffin, A. Armstrong, D. Smith, S. Taylor, M. Newell, S. Belch. 2nd ROW: J. Edwards, K. Robinson, W. Parrisher, C. Griffin, J. Hopkins, C. Dozier, B. Worrells, S. Herring, P. Stanley, D. Hoard, B. J. Wells. 3rd ROW: B. Arm¬ strong, S. Weeks, G. Webb, K. Holloman, D. Dew, C. Dilda, J. Tostoe, G. Bradley, P. Cale, V. Brad- dy. 4th ROW: M. Sykes, J. Paschall, G. Radford, B. Davis, R. Watson, T. Thompson, D. Dawson, D. Manz, C. Thomas. 5th ROW; G. Wooten, J. Moody, P. Umphlet, P. Furllough, A. Cherry, D. Green, L. Flanagan, D. Cherry, J. Davis, D. Little. 6th ROW: T. Hale, J. Stroud, M. Dail, A. Mayo, C. Hale, J. Elrod, S. Williams, A. Matthews, D. Wells, P. Hux. 57 1st ROW: W. Crisp, A. Cale, D. Long, P, Holland. 2nd ROW: B. Phillips, M. Mewborn, A. Allsbrook, D. Lynn, G. Knight, D. West. 3rd ROW: K. Tillery, B. Spain, J. Skinner, B. Burgess, L. Jones, R. Turner, A. Hamiliton. BACK: K. Moore, G. Boseman, M. Smith, Miss Smith, R. Watson, B. Pittman, G. Robbins, S. Morgan, J. Harrington, A. Baker, S. Baker, T. Thompson, S. Armstrong, W. Holland. Distributive Education Clubs of America DEC A Officers: Jerry Skinner, Associate President; Wayne Crisp, President; Allen Cale, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Brenda Pittman, Secretary; and Gail Robbins, Treasurer, practice the art of good salesmanship. The Tarboro Chapter of the Distribu¬ tive Education Clubs of America form¬ ulates personal career objectives and directs activities which relate the member to his position both as a DE student in school and as an employee in his job. The DEC A sponsored Rosa Watson as their Homecoming Candi¬ date . 58 Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service are the ideals by which the members of the NHS are guided. Only Juniors and Seniors meeting its high standards of academic and personal excellence who are recommended by the faculty are awarded the honor of membership into this society. Estelle B. Jenkins Chapter of the National Honor Society The NHS sponsored Catherine Cooper as their Homecoming Candidate. 59 Advisor, Mrs. Guard; Editor, Laura Kinzinger, and Co-Editor, Kaye Pridgen discuss the assignments for the next deadline. Tar-Hi-Tattler Sports Editors Scott Fecho and Jack Wynn analyze the brilliant plays of the Tigator ' s last game. The newspaper staff sponsored Becky Eagles as their Home¬ coming Candidate. 60 Working along with Creativity Edi¬ tor Andrea Knight are Writers Brenda Walden, Patsy Stroud, Roberta Cash- well, Becky Vick, and Zelle Gilbert. mgggm News Editor Jean Bryant proudly points out the merits of the finished product to staff members Stellyne Boyd, Penny Purvis, Donna Webb, Beth Williamson, Elizabeth Stocks, and Martha Bond Kittrell. Comparing notes on newspaper layouts are Feature Edi¬ tor, Susan Conyers, Business Manager, Clifton Hyman, Art Editor, Kenny Byrd, and Writers Mark Simpson, Carolyn Griffin, and Debra Bridgers. 61 Assistant Business Manager - Brad Bobbitt, Asst. Editor - Kathy Brock, Editor - Catherine Cooper, Advisor - Mrs. Ball, Business Manager - Martha Sexton find it hard to reach a unanimous de¬ cision. Photographers Stan Burris, Bob Bonner, Parker Creech, and Don¬ ald Shirley wonder who ' s taking this picture. 1969 Tar-Bo-Rah Staff Homecoming Candi¬ date. Connie Kittinger represented the An nual Staff as their 62 Student Life Editor, Lucinda Smith; Faculty and Ad¬ ministration Editor, Melissa Freshour; Curriculum Edi¬ tor, Beverly Rollins; and Organization Editor, Betsy Bass decide what not to put in this year ' s annual. David Check, Bo Robinson, and Jim Keel, Sports Editors, are happy to record the win¬ ning season of the great Tigers. The deadline’s this afternoon? You ' re kid¬ ding ! Class Editors, Tommy Andrews, Connie Kittinger, Pam Hendler, and Danny Mizell gather ideas for their layouts. Art Editor, Kay Cobb; Circulation Editor, Steve Perry; Ad Editor, Kathy Roberson; and Assistant Ad Editor, Jeff Boyd plan another great layout. Typists Sandra Belch and Brenda Pittman are essential members of the Annual Staff, vital factors in meeting those ever-present dead¬ lines . 63 1st ROW: D. Messer, T. Bryant, D. Worrells, D. Harrison, A. Hargrove, D. Check, B. Hussey, L. Ridge¬ way, R. Cook, J. Keels, B. Wood. 2nd ROW: S. Fecho, D. Riley, R. Hughes, B. Robinson, D. Palmer, P. Warren, S. Keene, B. Fout, J. Wynn, G. King, S. Perry, B. Mears, M. Lilley, G. Whitehurst, R. Price, D. Stalls, A. Allsbrook, B. Edwards. 3rd ROW: C. Kittinger, K. Ellrod, L. Taylor, B. Eagles, G. Tostoe, A. Livesay, P. Hendler, P. Taylor, M. Freshour, E. Guill, L. Smith. The Monogram Club sponsored Gail Tostoe as their Homecoming Candi¬ date. Monogram Club Monogram officers are Tommy Bryant - Vice-Pres. , Kim Ellrod - Treasurer, Lucinda Smith - Secretary, Randy Hughes - Presi¬ dent. 64 Thelma Morse Chapter of the Future Teachers of America 1st ROW: D. Johnson, L. Kinzinger, J. Tostoe, A. Armstrong, J. Barnhill, B. Eagles, M. Kitrell, T. Pigg, K. Bradley, D. Walters, B. Eagles, P. Cone, L. Smith, D. Rosenkoetter, B. Wood, P. Taylor, A. Livesay, S. Conyers, C. Cooper. 2nd ROW: D. Roberson, B. Robinson, J. Bryant, N. Coker, S. Livesay, D. Demp¬ sey, L. Hudson, J. Gregory, C. Robbins, C. Forrest, T. Hurwitz, M. Holland, R. Calvert, J. Hall, N. Smith, S. Hussey, G. Whitehurst, J. Forrest, P. Hendler, K. Ridgeway, L. Tharrington, J. Whitehurst, D. Armstrong. 3rd ROW: B. Cobb, A. Pittman, D. Williams, K. Ellrod, D. Taylor, B. Rollins, D. Smith, D. Pollard, S. Kornegay, D. Brown, L. Taylor, D. Millard, K. Pridgen, C. Kittinger, D. Pigg, F. Martin, M. Sexton, K. Roberson, B. Brown, K. Jackson, M. Freshour, T. Manning, R. Howard. 4th ROW: J. Sugg, S. Boyd, S. Hall, G. Whitfield, N. Miller, G. Pistolis, D. Webb, C. Pistolis, K. Cobb, P. Purvis, S. Wil¬ son, B. O ' Day, G. Tostoe, D. Hinnant, B. Williamson, M. C. Harrell, G. Howard, B. Robinson, B. Law¬ rence, D. Mizell, M. Woodruff, M. Lilley, J. Woodruff, L. Ridgeway, D. Crumpler. 5th ROW: D. Stalls, S. Keene, S. Pulley, D. Guill, R. Koehler, L. Davenport, E. Jones, R. Raskin, R. Sanderson, J. Check, A. Hale. The FTA sponsored Debra Walters as their Homecoming Candidate. FTA Officers, President, Deborah Walters; Vice President, Kay Cobb; Treasurer, Teala Pigg; Historian, Martha Kittrell learn that teaching isn’t as easy as it looks. 65 " 2 ■ ■ - . ' J ell him time as a stull can he w listed Tell him to he a fool every so of¬ ten . .. i ell him to he alone often and get at himself .. . Tell him to he diiferent from oili¬ er people ii it comes natural and easy being dillerent Let him seek deep lor where he is a horn natural. tie will he lonely enough to have time for the work lie knows as his own. m Faculty, Administration, And Curriculum maw... • " jr n V- Mrs. Julia Hammonds; Dr. Howard Hussey; Mr. Tom Grainger, chairman; Dail Holderness; and Polly Brown (not pictured) constitute the members of our school board whose persistent and diligent work results in edu¬ cational improvements to our school. Mr. Tom Grainger, chairman of the lo¬ cal school board, serves to expertly con¬ duct the administration in its neverending duties. Credit for our excellent school system goes to Mr. Martin, its hard-working superin¬ tendent. MR. O. H. FORREST, Principal. Those cartwheels have got to go! " MARTHA CREECH and GRACE WHITEHURST, Guidance Counselors. " Another year, another annual! " SUE COOKE, Secretary. " Now who is that order for? Rosemary ' s Baby?!? " 69 Columbus Tarboro High School salutes COLUMBUS BRYANT for his unending devotion towards the maintenance of the school and grounds for over forty years. The students especial¬ ly express their loving appreciation to Col¬ umbus for his care and " looking after them " during the four years of their education. COLUMBUS: " This sure beats lifting weights to get big muscles. " While taking a break, Columbus leans weari¬ ly against one of the trees that he energeti¬ cally planted many years ago. 70 Mrs. Wilson, the dietician, spends hours planning balanced lunches and with the help of the cooks, (front row - left to right) Tillie Williams, Martha Pettaway, Ruby Wooten, and Eva Jones, prepares delicious and nourishing meals. The T.H.S. bus drivers, (1. side from left to right) Larry Boone, Donnie Skinner, Earl Hinsley, Robert Smith, Ernest Rawls, (r. side from left to right) Mike Dew, Freddie Webb, Garland West, James Pad¬ gett, Larry Edmundson, and Gordon Parks have the responsibility of transporting boisterous students to and from school ev¬ ery day. The maids and janitors (from 1. to r.) Blanche Andrews, Charlie Pearson, Co¬ lumbus Bryant, Jimmy Knight, Curtis Sanders, and Francis Pettaway cooperate with each other to keep our school neat, clean, and attractive. 71 English MARGARET RUFFIN U.N.C.-G.; A. B. REBECCA BALL E. C. U. ; B. S. VIRGINIA PERRY F. Me. D. ; B. S. E.C.U. ; M. A. LORETTA GUARD E. C. U. ; B. S. " If I NEVER see another note card it will be too soon! " Mrs. Ruffin sometimes wonders if her students are accelerated or DEcelerated. 72 Even ENGLISH teachers get thirsty once and awhile. 73 EDNA MEEKS E.C.U.; A.B. French " And right here is where I plan to retire. JANE HIGHSMITH U.N.C. - G. E.C. U.; A.B. French THELMA MORSE U.N.C.-G.; A.B. Latin " I see the light! I see the light! " 74 " They don’t have French girls like that in our TEXTBOOK! " 75 Social Studies JOHN GUARD U.N.C. - C. ; A. B. JIM BRETT A.C.C. ; B.S. ROLAND TOLLEY E.C.U. ; B.S. [s’ v he db Avt Ite, nuC hi (f ,s y he Jtd aJj- c U e CiLve htSUe - n ' HaJw«jj rrvJy- yrr JO t0 (AtO ji ) A il During his years as a teacher at T.H.S., Mr. Guard has hpcomp. q f ygritp. wirh rl students of all classe: me_ a favor ite., wit h. the M • ' f ' ' A o e 5 To Ay- ■ M IfrvUult b-iAcT C ,- vd-o ' T dl ' 6 A e J u CA - ln KU , QlJ ™ Zj ’Today we will discuss the Civil War which be¬ gan in the year ... uh ... in t e year ... " ( ¥■? SAitfb q 6 ' f 4 v 3d -M d , uTC( Ar jg; 1 — A ; a fs A c -y ‘Qrq+ZiMf, y (P d f 76 These Juniors will even bear first period " sub-zero " temperatures to learn more of their nation’s history. Little does Mrs. Meeks know that the hunchback lurks in the class. " Are you going to take that test or NOT!! ' —d? Math CHARLOTTE FORREST E.C.U. ; M. A. DELORES HARRIS E.C.U. ; B.S. ELIZABETH SEAGLE E.C.U. ; B.S. " Those of you who do not want an algebra test tomorrow please raise your hands. " When it comes to advanced algebra, some seniors wish they were freshmen again. 78 This just goes to show that Dickie’s REAL talent is decorating blackboards. Mrs. Seagle: " I wish they had put the proof for THIS one in my book. " Mrs. Forrest proudly displays her latest geomet¬ ric creation. W»«P .4.,.. fr w wy w. ii -rr— - r » T 1 ' y. j j 79 " I kept telling myself to get a P. H. D. ! " " Hey! I think my planaria ' s expecting! " 80 He should know better than to give seniors a test on Friday. Who knows? These two might invent a cure for the common cold! 81 WALLACE WORSELEY SHELTON WHITEHURST A. T.U. ;B.S. E.C.U.; B.S. Industrial Arts Danny, your sins will seek you out. 82 Work! Work! Work! 83 JACQUELINE DEAN E.C.U. ; B.S. % DIXIE LEE N.C.C. at CAROL REGISTER E.C.U.; B.S. DURHAM; B.S. " You don’t say! " 84 Now students we must try to concentrate on our work - even though it is Friday. Physical Education DOUG ALEXANDER E.C.U.; B.A. ; M. A. ROSALIND GARDNER ST. AUGUSTINE; B.A. RICHARD SCOTT E.C.U.; B.S. " Boy! I ' ll think twice before I ever say that nobody can MAKE me do push-ups! ! " I kiiss Gardner seems to doubt that Yvonne will EVER achieve the art of sommersaulting. Cfrei-z ?} 86 Home Economics MARJORIE SPENCER E.C.U.; B.S. VELMA EAT MON E.C.U.; B.S. Miss Eatmon seems to really be enjoy¬ ing her task of grading papers. These girls are fast learning that a woman’s work is never done. 87 " Now what is Micky Mouse - fiction or non¬ fiction? " 88 Art and Choral Music MRS. DIANA DALTON (E.C.U.; A. B.) teaches arttoT.H.S. stu¬ dents everyday at sixth period. Creativity at work 89 ii iJLUws " Why did the children put beans in their ears when the one thing we told the children they must not do was put beans in their ears? " 91 Freshmen Class Officers As president, Mike Futrell, considers the future of the freshman class secretary, Debbie Bushman, prepares take notes while vice-president, Ricky Bryant, and treasurer, Sandy Forrest, look on. 9? Bill Bass Ann Batchelor Bo Batts Johnny Adams Charles Ainsley Ronald Alford Henry Allen Albert Anderson George Anderson Douglas Andrews Paul Andrews Joyce Archer Marshall Armstrong Debbie Baggett Gil Baker Dennis Barnes Julia Anna Barnhill Teresa Barnhill Pete Bobbit Linda Boseman Gwen Bradley Sandra Britt Brenda Brown Jesse Brown Lela Brown Sandra Brown Bill Brown Bo Brown Betty Bryant Jimmy Bryant Ricky Bryant Butch Bryant Bruce Bullock Dennis Burk Debbie Bushman Pam Cale Kathy Campbell Dennis Carlisle Ronnie Crisp Dennis Dail Terry Davenport Ray Parrisher, a fine example of the typical freshman, is even a little confused when it comes to sports. 94 Helen Davis Janice Davis John Davis Mike Denton Shirley Dew Will Dew Jo Ann Doughtie Johnny Doughtie Connie Dozier Debra Drake Mary Jane Draughn Mack Edmondson Dorothy Ellrod Jackie Ellrod Carolyn Everette Freshman princess, Debbie Bushman; royalty in repose 95 Linda Flanagan jkenda Flint William Foreman Sandy Forrest Joyce Fowler Mia Fussell Mike Futrell Zel Gilbert Lavender Glass Carolyn Gooch Norman Gooch George Grayiel Debbie Green Pete Hagans Donald Harrell Juana Harrell J. E. Harrell Norman Harrell Theresa Harrell Danny Harrell Barbara Harrelson Alonza Harris Cathy Harrison Kenneth Harrison Sandra Herring The class of ' 72 did a marvelous job on their first of four floats for homecoming. Betty Hinton Steve Hoard Lee Hoggard Mitchell Holland Larry Holland Larry Hull Bill Hunter Charlie Hussey Phyllis Hux George Johnson Jo Ann Johnson Mildred Johnson Steve Lassiter Glenn Howell Wayne Latham Gloria Latham Debbie Lewis Joe Lewis Roy Lewis Donald Keel Gene Hyman Doris Jackson Glenn James Alice Jones Jane Jones Sidney Lewis Donna Little Curtis Long Wayne Lynch Addie Lynn 97 Wilma McCarver Ann Manning Dory Manz Guy Martel Joan Miller Gene Muse Carolyn Norville Allen Oakley Annette Owens Lee Ownes jy- ' ' - ' Ray Parrisher David Perry Brooks Peters Rosa Pettaway Bennie Phillips ' Deanna McKinsey Jeannie Pigg Charlie Pistolis Francis Pistolis William Plummer Carolyn Robbins Terry Roberson Theresa Rohrer Bradford Rowe Marilyn Shaw Shirleeta Shaw Kenny Simpson Charles Spain David Spain David Stallings Bobbie Stalls Morris Stanley Peggy Stanley Dianne Strickland Stan Strickland Paysy Stroud 98 Billy Summerlin Kenneth Taylor Martha Taylor Mary Louise Tharrington Christie Thomas George Tillery Linda Tillery Gail Turnage Pam Varnell Brenda Walden James Webb Ronnie Webb Sheila Weeks Brenda Whitehead Marsha Wickham Richard Williams Shirley Williams Robert Wilson Bonnie Worrell Joan Wynn James Stallings Becky Vick Robbie Walston Calm down girls! Seniors aren ' t that tuff! 99 Class Officers Debbie Rosenkoetter - Secretary Becky Wood - Treasurer Bill Hussey - Vice President Randy Raskin - President 100 David Adams Donna Alford Mike Alsbrook Stan Anderson Van Anderson Steve Armstrong Dickie Armstrong Jean Ayers Jesse Baker Anne Ballard Jane Barnhill Sid Bartholomew Loraine Batchelor Jenny Bobbitt Barbara Boseman Oh! The pressures of leadership! 101 Mike Burnette Wanda Bryant Kathy Brown Barbara Brown Susie Boykin David Brooks Sharon Bridgers Rhonda Braswell Teresa Bradley Gloria Brady Robert Carlisle Ellen Carpenter Bruce Caldwell Michael Callaway Stan Burris Kelly Burk These two highly intelligent sophomores are always eager to get in some studying. 102 Lee Davenport Debbie Dempsey Debra Dew Joy Cartledge Johnny Check Priscillia Cherry Dianne Christenberry Greg Clark Naomi Coker Debbie Crumpler Madeline Daniels Linda Edmondson Joan Edwards Mitch Evans Vernon Everette Myra Fisher Sally Flemming Jean Forrest Billy Fout Ray Franks Ellen Fulcher Ray Gay 103 Kenneth Goff Curtis Gooch Ashley Hale Teresa Hale Susan Hall David Harrell Jennie Harrell Mary C. Harrell William Harrell Janice Harrellson Susan Harris William Harris Harry Herring Sammy Hicks Ann Hill David Hinson Mike Hodge Polly Holland Kay Holloman Jenise Hopkins Richard Howard Susan Howard Sherry Hoyle " Will you help me with my homework Mr. Gwaltney? " 104 Glenn Hudson Bill Hussey Bobby Frances Hyman Jackson Clifton Donna Hyman Johnson Earl Jones Janet Jones Willie Jones Debbie Joyner Ronnie Joyner Barbara Kell Mavis Keen David Kinnin Martha B. Kitrell Susan Kornegay Bill Lawrence Walter Leggett A1 Leonard Stanley Letchworth Bo Lewis Mason Lilley Ray Little Sharon Logue A1 Lynn Terry Manning Farrar Martin A1 Meeks 105 Nancy Miller Carol Mitchell Katherine Moore Linda Myers Connie Myers Gary Newsome Tommy Norris Irvin Norris Sharon Owens Wanda Parisher Connie Pistolis Billy Price Dean Price Penny Purvis Randy Raskin Ruby Rawls Billy Raynor 106 Lee Richardson Karen Ridgeway Ray Robbins James Robertson Kay Robinson Debbie Rosenkoetter Elizabeth Ruffin Marsha Savage Dorothea Shaw Deborah Shirley Mark Simpson Gayle Smith Roger Stanley Elizabeth Stocks Marlin Stroup Milton Sykes Leon Taylor 107 Mike Thomas Chuck Wainwright A1 Webb Lynette Webb Glenda Webb Robbie Webb Donna Webb ESCAPE! 108 Stephen Smith Charlie West Cecil Whitaker Grace Whitfield George Whitehurst Gwendoline Williams Debbie Williams Debra Wilson Joy Wilson Sandra Winchester Becky Wood Jeff Woodruff Sophomore Beauties?? 109 .Sfc ' ' Juniors turned v n,) - T if ? C7 kf Class Officers Pres. - Lfeslie Wickham, Vice Pres. - Brad Bobbitt. Sec. - Susan Hussey. Treas. - Debbie Millard. Evelyn Alford David Anderson Lucinda Anderson Tommy Andrews Brenda Armstrong Pam Armstrong Ann Armstrong Sue Armstrong Bobby Bame Allen Barnhill Addie Barrett Betsy Bass Reynolds is surround¬ ed by his prizes for being the top maga¬ zine salesman. I I I The crowds that gather when pictures are being made! Don Bass Gary Batchelor John Baum Walter Benton Melvin Braddy Cathu Braxton Kathy Brock Dottie Brown Brad Bobbitt Ricky Boseman Stelyne Boyd Kenneth Braddy 112 |£fSH With salesmen like these, no wonder the Junior class sold more magazines than ever. Patricia Brown Janice Bryant Jean Bryant Steve Bryant James Buck Jimmy Bunn William Burgess Wayne Burnette 113 Kay Cobb Sandra Cobb Debra Cole Paula Cone Mary Dail Ronnie Dickson Carol Dilda Speedy Dixon Steve Edmondson Larry Edmondson Bo Edwards Mary Ellis Susan Elrod Gene Everett Connie Forrest Lee Fox Melissa Freshour Danny Godwin Jackie Gregory I 14 Sharon Griffin William Grimes Edith Guill Connie Hale Alan Hamilton Billy Harrel l Billy Harris Margie Harris Austin Heath Pam Hendler Danny Herring Gene wonders if Brooks will blow up the school. 115 Ricky Hucks Barry Hudson Lois Hudson Pamela Hughes Diane Hinnant Deanna Hoard Bill Hodge David Holloman Tobie Hurwitz Susan Hussey Clifton Hyman Clifton Hyman Magalene James Clint James Chuck Jarrett Tony Johnson Wayne Johnson Jimmy Keel Steve Keene Marion Kent 116 I 17 This year ' s freshman girls get along very well with their upper classmen. 118 Could anyone refuse to buy a magazine from Gwen? i . ff fc 1 ' ft ' - , • ■ ,s ' V- ' " .« aSWlSffi ■- 119 Mr. Owens receives a warm welcome from the Juniors. Ernest Rawls Delores Roberson Kathy Roberson Faye Pridgen David Purvis Kaye Pridgen ' Bonnie Robinson Margret Roebuck Beverly Rollins Gene Rountree Peggy Sherick Charley Sherrod Donald Shirley Barbara Smith Della Smith Norma Smith Robert Smith David Stalls Brenda Strickland Jean Stroud Sue Sugg Jane Sugg 121 r Betty Sutton Lucille Taylor Sheila Taylor Wayne Taylor Brooks Teal Linda Tharnngton Carolyn Thompson Jo Tostoe Patsy Umphlet Danny Vick Debbie Wainwright Dallas Walston Alice Watson Paul Warren Janice Webb Freddie Webb Betty Wells Dede Wells Linda Wells Beverly White 122 The product of much work. Jimmy Whitehurst Leslie Wickham Beth Williamson Kenneth Williamson Herefort Wolfe Mike Woodruff June Wooten Arnold Worsley Weeks Worsley Ann Pittman Sandra Walston Steve Potter 123 Seniors 4 W Wkyn t 1 l. MpI w ft „ ? J Ik A iff! CAass Officers Paul Creech - Vice Pres. , Kenny Byrd - Pres. , Cathy Bradley - Treas. , Sandra Belch - Sec. 124 J - ALTON R. ALLSBROOK AUDREY M. ANDREWS M. CHRISTINE ANDREWS MICHEAL A. ARCHER ANNE. BAKER ROBERT C. BARNHART JOANNE M. BARRIS MARK C. BASS SANDRA E. BELCH ROBERT H. BONNER LARRY D. BOONE GORDON BOSEMAN, JR. 125 5v- v BARBARA M. BOSWELL Quarterback Jack stands ready to receive as Catherine calls the play. JEFFREY W. BOYD MICHAEL D. BOYKIN J hTvi VICTORIA BRADDY E. KATHYRN BRADLEY 126 Six weeks of agony while the golden shoe waits. DEBRA D. BRIDGERS CAROLYN F. BRITT CLARENCE R. BRYANT VICKIE L. BRYANT R. BRUCE BURGESS KENNETH W. BYRD T. ALLEN CALE M. DIANE CASPER DAVID G. CHECK 127 CHARLES W. COKER 9i ‘ T H . GENE COKER SUSAN O. CONYERS THERINE L. COOPER C. PARKER CREECH PAUL P. CREECH WAYNE T. CRISP REBECCA L. DAVIS P. DARLENE DAWSON PEGGY J. DEW BERTRAM O. DEW, JR. MICHEAL A. DEW 128 JOHN T. DIXON M. JULIE DIXON GERRY E. DOZIER W. DEMPSEY DUPREE III j S. REBECCA EAGLES KIMBERLY F. ELLROD SCOTT D. FECHO J SUSAN G. FISHER 129 S. RAY HALE ALEX B. HARGROVE DOUGLAS M. HARRISON M. DIANNE HARRISON PATSY A. HAWKINS ROSE M. HAWKINS K. EARL HINSLEY J. THOMAS HOARD SIXTH PERIOD GOVERNMENT! 130 i PATSY R. HODGES H. MORRIS HOLLAND, JR. MARGARET E. HOLLAND PHILLIP V. HOLLAND A. ELISE HORTON GEORGE HOWARD RANDELL HUGES B. KAYE JACKSON The final pep rally-one to never forget 131 RICHARD L. JACKSON SUSAN K. JACKSON LENWARD W. JONES, JR. M. FAYE KEEL — J- Ai ' l , DONNA R. KEEN 0 LAURA L. KINZINGER CONSTANCE R. KITTINGER ANDREA E. KNIGHT LOSSIE D. KNOX RICHARD W. KOEHLER nLICE F. LEWIS AVA W. LIVESAY 132 DONALD R. LONG DONALD J. LYNN M. DIANNE MAY MICHAEL S. MEWBORN J. FAYE MOORE KENNETH W. MOORE LARRY W. MORRIS P. HOPE McKEEL FRANK L. PACE ALICE F. PARKER GORDON E. PARKS J. STEVENSON PERRY 133 TONIGHT, TONIGHT, I ' ll see my love tonight . . . BOBBY G. PHILLIPS TEALA D. PIGG BRENDA J. PITTMAN LAURA L. PRICE M. RAY PRICE SUSIE J. PRINCE SHARON R. PULLEY GINGER R. RADFORD 134 Typical Senior class meeting! B. KAY RAYNOR CATHY J. ROBBINS LEWIS W. RIDGEWAY DAIN A. RILEY GAIL L. ROBBINS MELVINS. ROBINSON, JR. MARTHA A. SEXTON DONNIE SKINNER 135 LUCINDA G. SMITH MARVIN M. SMITH BERTRAM E. SPAIN BRENDA J. STALLINGS PATRICIA A. STANLEY G. ANN STEVENSON JAMES G. STROUD, JR. M. DOUGLAS STROUP 136 W. GAIL TOSTOE Seniors take time out(?) LORNA M. THIGPEN FREDERICK I. TURNER BARBARA J. WALTERS ROBERT E. SYKES, JR. KENNETH G. TILLERY DEBORAH G. WALTERS PHYLLIS L. TAYLOR TERESA A. THOMPSON 137 ROSA L. WALSTON THURMAN L. WEBB, JR. ALVIS G. WEST DAVID A. WEST GARLAND WEST, JR. J. CAROLYN WEST 138 — 7 GEORGE A. WHITE ' BEVERLY J. WHITEST WILSON R. WILLIAMS SUSAN H. WILSON 139 PRISON Messer CKST R pHL tK 3388 1 lifts ALLS ILLEy RSON HIMIIIIillMIKI w mmwam mm mmm 140 The Junior-Senior A Night Of Enchantment In Hawaiian Paradise Kathy Brock, one of the lovely island girls as sophomore class waitresses, holds up her favorite skirt that has become a little too small for her. Alex Hargrove, Jr. Class President, sur veys the many couples during the Inter mission Party. 142 r Hungry students help themselves to the luscious foods prepared by the Junior parents. 1 1 jB H 1 V T 1 m X J The Senior Class mascots, Cindy Proctor and Lynn Lewis, step from the " paradise hut " as Tom Long escorts Miss Edith Guill. Tom, last year’s president of the Student Council, and Edith were the first student couple of 100 or more to be introduced. One of Mr. Forrest ' s more exciting moments came Junior-Senior Night as he had the pleasure of formally introducing the couples. Brad Bobbitt and Jimmy Keel seem to be having lots of fun being sailors. Sea sick¬ ness any one! 143 The all-conference boys from THS : David Check, Alex Hargrove, Paul Warren, Randy Hughes, Bo Robinson. Senior mascot try-out day was hectic but fun. The winner is Jennifer Painter, the fifth little girl from the left. 144 The young gentleman chosen as boy mascot was Maxie Coker, the first boy on the left. Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? Hummm! 145 [ORTHt AbTESN COHTERENCE CHAMP1QH3 •HEASTEf rrasSSs [AMPIONS Pep rallys are great fun for the actors and hams of the J. V. team. One of Coach Alexander’s strategies is to confuse the opponent. If everyone is No. 68, it’s bound to work. 146 ■ i a , 1 ' ■ % - Two Bits Four Bits ... Playing bob-jacks is a favorite Senior pastime. Brenda Braswell finds that you can earn a little money on the side that way, too! ■■■■■Km Kathy Bradley looks like she can’t decide whether to shoot the balls or tell them who ' s boss. 147 Senior Most Likely To Succeed 148 STEVE PERRY LAURA KINZINGER Most Talkative Superlatives AVA LIVESAY RAY HALE I i | ' ( I Wittiest LUCINDA SMITH i DANNY WORRELLS Senior Most Athletic BO ROBINSON Most School Spirited CONNIE KITTINGER Most Talented CATHERINE COOPER KENNY BYRD 150 Superlatives Best All Round KAYE JACKSON ALEX HARGROVE Most Cooperative KATHY BRADLEY JEFF BOYD These lucky boys being initiated into the Key Club certainly feel that initiations are a wonderful part of high school activities. Some of the Varsity football STARS had a great time hiding from the coaches during Home¬ coming. Students have just as much marina down floats as putting them together. The girls initiated into the Monogram Club agree with the Key Club boys. The girls never intended to major in marble rolling at THS. Flying lessons or swimming lessons ??? Duh - who me? 153 Freshman Princess - DEBBIE BUSHMAN Sophomore Princess - DEBBIE ROSENKOETTER Junior Princess - EDITH GUILL. Kaye Jackson is crowned by Miss Gail Flemming, the 1967 Queen. President Jeff Boyd holds the red velvet robe for the Queen. THE QUEEN AND HER COURT; BACK ROW LEFT to RIGHT; Vicki Braddy, Rosa Watson, Hope McKeel, Kim Ellrod, Lucinda Smith, Phyllis Taylor, Catherine Cooper, Sandra Belch, Laura Kinzinger, Gail Tos- toe, Debra Bridgers, Queen Kaye Jackson, Deborah Walters, Sharon Pulley, Becky Eagles, Susan Wilson, Connie Kittinger, Teala Pigg, Margaret Holland, Ava Livesay, Kathy Bradley, Vickie Bryant. CENTER FRONT; Debbie Rosenkoetter, Debbie Bushman, Edith Quill. 155 On behalf of the band Gerald Ward and Scott Fecho accept a 5th place trophy the band won in a con¬ test in Rocky Mount. The J.V. Cheerleaders wave as they ride in the home¬ coming parade. Mrs. Gurganus and Mrs. White enjoy their milk and cookies while their kiddies nap. 156 Mrs. Dean is wondering how Danny Worrells got to be a homecoming queen candidate. Somebody must have slipped up! The Annual Staff Homecoming float. 157 The annual staff study hall produces a little of everything but work. Mr. Forest plots how to find out who sets off the firecrackers behind the building. 158 Laura Kinzinger was chosen from Tarboro High School to attend Governor’s School. For Seniors, College Day is serious business. Bob, Parker, and Danny consult with a college representative. Ed Kittinger finds out from a college that he needs 2 more units of Calpulus to enter " Conetoe Tech. " Catherine Cooper was given the Good Citizen Award by the Daughters of the American Revolution. hv m hi it in n nr ' -t 181 ' !! hi ii t There ' s going to be a meeting here tomorrow night. 159 m r 1968 Marshals Chief Marshal - LAURA KINZINGER THE MARSHALS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Belch, Laura Kinzinger, Ave Livesay, Martha Sexton, Brenda Braswell, Andrea Knight, Kim Ellrod, Catherine Cooper. 160 Boys’ State ALEX HARGROVE BO ROBINSON GEORGE HOWARD BILLY WOOD Girls ’ State AVA LIVESAY CATHERINE COOPER LUCINDA SMITH 161 Members of the West Tarboro Youth Council led by Advisor Brent Braswell: TOP ROW: Kathy Roberson, Brenda Eagles, Danny Mizell, Betsy Bass. BOTTOM ROW: Jack Wynn, Deanie Pigg, Dottie Brown, Joan Hall, Pam Hendler, Edith Guill, and Kathy Bradley. Jack Wynn learns a few " pro " shots at the Recreational Center. West Tarboro Youth Council Miss Sylvia Baker tries to read to a few of kids but the plot of CINDERELLA is too funny for all of them. 162 Alex Blow Hargrove Athletic abilities, organizational leader¬ ship, and respectable character justify Alex ' s being named " best all round " by his class¬ mates. His abundant enthusiasm and energy just naturally draw him to participate in the various activities at school. Susan Rebecca Eagles Becky Eagles is characterized by a deter¬ mination to do her very best, a sincere person¬ ality, an inclination to work whole heartedly. Her vivacious spirit led fo her being chosen as Varsity Tiger. Her modest manner and glow¬ ing friendliness make Becky one of the most delightful girls in the senior class. Outstanding Seniors 163 Laura Lee Kinzinger Jeffrey Wayne Boyd Laura ' s quiet composure and mature outlook distinguish her from others at Tarboro High. Piloted by determination, intelligence, and genuine sincerity, Laura ' s leadership is promi¬ nent as the editor of The Tar-Hi-Tattler. This year Jeff served as President of the stu¬ dent body, one of the most demanding jobs in the school. Despite all the pressures Jeff faced, he still remained thoughtful and considerate to the faculty and students. Jeff ' s co-operative nature was reflected in the many organizations of which he was a member. Outstanding Seniors 164 Kimberly Faye Ellrod A combination of good sense, fine taste, and friendly nature have contributed to Kim ' s con¬ genial personality. Her ability to lead as well as her willingness to follow distinguish her as an important participant in school, religious, and civic activities. Martha Anne Sexton Cleverness and originality unite to make Martha an Outstanding Senior. In addition to her high intelligence, Martha deserves the consideration which her fellow students show towards her. Outstanding Seniors 165 Melvin Smith Robinson Bo’s frequent smiles and friendly greetings are responsible for his pleasant individuality. His belief of high standards in sports and all phases of life contributes to the great respect with which other students regard him. Ava Woody Live say Cheering on the Varsity Squad has enabled Ava to display her interests in high school activities. A wit of her own to answer every- thing she hears identifies her as strictly an in¬ dividual. Her responsible nature allows Ava to perform her many tasks efficiently. Outstanding Seniors 166 Catherine Lane Cooper Catherine has earned the title of a diligent, patient worker as the editor of the 1969 Tar- Bo-Rah. In addition to her high scholastic achievements, she is known for her musical talents and principled character as shown by her D.A.R. Good Citizens Award. Barbara Kaye Jackson Kaye has served her school through her suc¬ cessful and untiring efforts in promoting school spirit. Her versatile personality accounts for her many friends and various activities at Tar- boro High. Outstanding Seniors 167 GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES. Jeff Boyd must have read the title to the 1967 Junior class play and decided to find out. Kathy Bradley seems Just think ' our P la y g ot ten Academy to be the one. awards. 168 The cast of WAS THIS MURDER does some last minute work on the script. Ava Livesay and Deborah each light a candle during the National Honor Society Induction of new members. It is a highly impressive ceremony. This year Mrs. Zelle McNair was inducted as an honorary member of the Estelle B. Jenkins Chapter of the N.H.S. President of the N.H.S., Kim Ellrod escorts her to the stage. Mrs. McNair has served the chapter many years as advisor. Really she ' s making Frankenstein ' s twin. Jeff Boyd, President of the Student Council, speaks seriously with the students at assem¬ bly. 169 170 171 ANACONDA CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1969 AND WISHES YOU GOOD HEALTH, SUC¬ CESS, AND PROSPERITY IN YOUR FU¬ TURE EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER PURSUITS . . . 172 173 HlxU £ Jjujs AjxA »— -• yo ' Js . J A am - 4 o 6 MyJ ' - ' ryu ctxjLyxo g: Ljjtfr ' s(m - tc£c o j A. ■ ( iyJ , . sy ri ' WE HOPE YOU WILL CONTINUE%OUR EDUCATION There are Rewarding Opportunitie . j (fatolitta ‘leCefrAoae for Both High School and College Graduates HOLLYWOOD DRIVE-IN Pizza, Pizzaburger, Steak Sandwich - Our Specialty; Plate Lunches Also (fynaCctuz 7eCefi6 Me 174 Congratulations Seniors F rom BRILL ' S DEPT. STORE 205 Main St. CUT-RATE GROCERY 22 1 Main St. Buy More for Less COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP " If Your Hair is Not Becoming to You, You Should Be Coming to Me " Compliments of SUBURBAN ESSO DRIVE-IN 7 _ Compliments of WHITEHURST PEELE Compliments of The New COLONIAL THEATER Compliments of TASTY BAKERY Compliments of NOBLE ' S BARBER SHOP LLOYD’S RESTAURANT 176 to the GOOD LUCK Graduating Class Bottled Under Authority of the Coca-Cola Company by THE TARBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY INC. 1406 Main Street Tarboro, North Carolina 177 TYPING BOOKKEEPING Gene ral Office Service Typing of Theme s A Spec ialty TARBORO OFFICE SERVICE v s } - v)A. ' VO-O Cv ho U ' ei Hv utaxD im QlJC V.| uhijv. ‘oC l IvCt-V. i Vw UJ-ilXjL (Xi ' vCCU, Gt ' v UNU V $l (jCVCrvo Convex vicJXkj VCrCvCitn LOxVx MvCVcl Tii I? CAROLINA ENTERPRISES KvjYXSgD O CXVJooCu_ Q CXQACVjJL LXV ' v Cu " i_T hio r nCi , TOY MANUFACTURERS Daniel Street Extension I ' Tarboro, N. C. I X Pi S VH ' C ' v kUJL CONSTANTINE OIL CO. INC. Howard Avenue For Your Home Heating and Tobacco Curing Needs BOBBY ANDERSON - Owner Phone TA 3-4212 Tarboro, N. C. 178 120 Main St. Tarboro, N. C, _ G. H. FOUNTAIN INC. BRUCE FOUNTAIN WHITFIELD FOUNTAIN Harrell Building Tarboro " Education Today Insures Progress T omorrow " QBERTS TARBORO S -r -5T f f Registered Jeweler American Gem Society Phone: 823-2149 179 180 SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS ly Owned and Operated y°p " Y J. C. PATE DISTRIBUTORS OF SEALTEST PRODUCTS Phone TA 3-4225 1615 St. Andrews Street Tarboro, N. C. 181 RUNNYMEDE MILLS INC. T arboro ' s Large st DEPARTMENT STORE W. S. CLARK SONS INC. ESTABLISHED 1899 103 First St. Tarboro, N. C. DEPARTMENT STORE 409 Main St. TA 3-2141 HARDWARE AND FARM SUPPLY STORE 495 W. St. James St. TA 3-4136 182 ICE CREAM MILK COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS t Creating With Milk V RUPERT ALFORD Branch Manager Tarboro, N. C. SULLIVAN’S TIRE CENTER Motorola TV K elvinator Appliance s Seat Covers Batteries T ire s One Day Recapping Se rvice 1419 N. 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Main St. 187 NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Nationwide Mutual Life Insurance Co. LESLIE O. WICKHAM - Representative BEASLEY LUMBER PRODUCTS Manufacturers of Quality K ilnlumber-Dr ied " We buy standing Timber " Scotland Neck, N. C. Compliments of J. E. SIMMONS FURNITURE CO. " THE HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE " Tarboro, North Carolina F. S. ROYSTER MERCANTILE CO. INC. W. R. ROYSTER FERTILIZERS 823-2607 MARTIN Anhydrous Ammonia - Seeds - Insecticides Manager WE BUY CORN AND SOYBEANS Insurance Re ntal Real Estate C. E. PUTNAM AGENCY INC. D ial TA 3-2411 Tarboro, N. C. 188 EDGECOMBE BEAUTY SHOP Dial 823-4646 for " THE MOST " Electrologist: BARBARA VENTERS By Appointment Only MOORE’S PHARMACY " Professional Prescriptions Service With a Personal Touch " Compliments of STATE LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE CO. Tarboro, N. C, G. W. CHRYSLER- PLYMOUTH-DODGE INC. " WHERE THE BEAT GOES ON " TA 3-3163 Tarboro, N. C, PARGAS MIZELL’S INC. BOTTLE - BULK - METERED Phone: 823-2730 STORE FOR THE LADY AND THE YOUNG LADY £$$, 401 Main St. SAWYER’S TA 3-4385 801 W. St. James St. for Tarboro, N. C. Fine Groceries Tarboro, N. C, 189 PILGRAM LAUNDRY CLEANERS TA 3-3141 W. Walnut Street Tarboro, N. C. NATIONAL SODA SHOP Hamburgers 20 £ Hot Dogs 20£ Gt. Hamburger 35£ Gt. Burger Deluxe 45£ 805 W. St. James St. Tarboro, N. C. TA 3-2227 BARNHART AGENCY INC. General Insurance - Realtors T elephone: 823-3117 MOORE LUMBER CO. TA 3-3985 Tarboro, N. C. NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK 190 TARBORO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Savings Insured to " Sew and Save " THE REMNANT SHOP Highway 64 West at Englewood Rocky Mount, N. C. $15,000.00 4 1 4 Paid Earnings Tarboro, N. C. EARL W. SASSER Representative HOUSE OF TREATS NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Life - Fire - Auto - Hail 2117 North Main Street TA 3-4554 Best Wishes F r om “TEDCO” The Organization Dedicated to the Economic Growth of Edgecombe County Tarboro - Edgecombe DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 32 Flavors of Ice Cream Variety of Sandwiches 2002 Main St. Tarboro, N. C. Tarboro, N. C. Greenville, N. C. Rocky Mount, N C. Wilson, N. C. 191 a warm person is a happy person. tor happy penon Monsin ' tc 192 HENDERSON LUMBER CO. Compliments of ELECTRIC SERVICE INC. Congratulations Seniors SMOOT WHOLESALE CO., INC. The Rest of You Keep on Coming on. 312 Main 193 EDGECOMBE BANK OaK ity C ndfS untain) rToujULocd4 Friendly Bank 0 MEMBER F. D. I. C. Congratulations to the SENIORS of ' 69 From THE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Tarboro, N. C, Professional Styling Wig and Hair Goods Complete Line of Cosmetics " For the smartest look in town " JACQUELINE’S BEAUTY-RAMA FIRESTONE Your Headquarters for High Performance T ire s and Mag Wheels VIDEO TV APPLIANCE CENTER IS OUR FIRST THOUGHT Compliments of S J CASH GROCERY Highway 64 East Tarboro PAUL SHIRLEY C ongratulations to the Senior Clas s Compliments of ALICE’S BEAUTY SHOP PATRON JX1A uy MARY E. W. J,. BATEMAN AGENCY ’-SARA ' S FLOWERS FUERST W.C 1 ' i (l - u R - t GOODYEAR TIRE RUBBEFLCO. SERVICE STORES Senior ALTON RAY ALLSBROOK " A lton " Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4; DECA 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Football Manager 1,2; Base¬ ball Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 2. AUDREY ANDREW " Audrey " FHA 2, 3; Choral Music 4. MICHAEL ASHLEY ARCHER " Michael " Jr. Play Actor; Band 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,4; Talent Show 1, 2, 3; Industrial Art 2. ROBERT CARROLL BARNHART " Bob " Science Club 3,4; Pep Club 4. MARK CHARLES BASS " Mark " J.V. Basketball 2. SANDRA ELIZABETH BELCH " Sandy " FHA 1,2, 3, 4; Historian 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; NHS 3,4; Pep Club ' 4; Annu¬ al Staff 4; Student Council 2; Alternate 3; Class Secretary 4; Homecoming Candidate; Marshal; NEDT Award 2; Jr. -Sr. Planning Committee; FHA Junior Degree 1; Home Ec. Award 2; Typing Contest 3; Gold Cer¬ tificate for 10-Key Adding Machine 4. ROBERT HARRISON BONNER " Bob " Annual Staff 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sci¬ ence Photography Club 2,3,4; Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Demolay 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3. LARRY DIXON BOONE " Larry " VICA Club; Bus Driver. Directory GORDON BOSEMAN, JR. " Gordon " Distributive Education 3,4; DECA Club 3,4. BARBARA MARIE BOSWELL " Barbara " FHA 1; Glee Club 4; Gold Certificate for 10-Key Adding Machine 4. JEFFREY WAYNE BOYD " Jeff " Student Council 4; Science Photography Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; Chess Club 2, 3; Junior Mental Health Association 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; VICA 4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4. MICHAEL DUANE BOYKIN " Mike " Distributive Education 3; Glee Club 4; DE¬ CA 3. JUNE VICTORIA BRADDY " Vicki " Band 1; Majorette 1; Jr. -Sr. Planning Com¬ mittee; FHA 4; Pep Club 4; Homecoming Candidate; Student Council Alternate 4. ELANDER KATHRYN BRADLEY " Kathy " Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Reporter 3, President 4; FTA 2,3,4; Class Secretary 1,2; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play Actress; Homecoming Candidate; Youth Council 3,4; Reporter 3, President 4; Senior Play; Most Cooperative. JOYCE VICTORIA BRADLEY " Joyce " Band 1,2,3; Assistant Secretary of Band 3; Talent Show 3; FHA 4; Debutante 4. 196 SARA ELIZABETH BRADY " Sara " FHA 2; DECA 4. BRENDA NORRIS BRASWELL " Brenda " NHS 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Jr. -Sr. Waitress; Silver Certificate for 10-Key Add¬ ing Machine; Marshal. JOSEPH ALBERT BRAZEAL, JR. " Joe " Band 1,2,3,4;J.V. Football; J. V. Basket¬ ball; Track. MARION LEE BRAZEAL " Marion " Monogram Club 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1. DEBRA DARLENE BRIDGERS " Deb " Pep Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Jr. Play Director; Junior Mental Health 4; Home¬ coming Candidate; Gold Certificate for 10- Key Adding Machine 4; Jr. -Sr. Invitation Committee. CLARENCE RAYMOND BRYANT, JR. " Tommy " Football 1,2, 3, 4; Captain 2; Track 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Vice- President 4; Science Club 2; Chess Club 2, 3. VICKIE LANE BRYANT " Vickie " Pep Club 4; Homecoming Candidate; Glee Club 4; Science Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President of Band; Band Award for Outstanding Student; Library Club 3; Presi¬ dent 3; Chess Club Vice-President. CAROLYN FAYE BRITT " Carolyn " Silver Certificate for 10-Key Adding Ma¬ chine. ROBERT BRUCE BURGESS " Bruce " DECA 3,4. KENNETH WAYNE BYRD " Kenny " Vice President of Drafting Club; Class President 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Local Trophy for Machine Design in Drafting; State Tro¬ phy for Machine Design in Drafting Contest. THOMAS ALLEN CALE " Allen " Distributive Education Clubs of America 3, 4; Vice President; Baseball 1. MIRIAM DIANE CASPER " Diane " FHA 1; Gold Certificate for 10-Key Adding Machine. DAVID GLENN CHECK " David " Football 1,2, 3, 4, All-Conference; Golf 1, 2; Baseball 3,4, All-Conference; Mono¬ gram Club 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. - Sr. ' Waiter; NEDT Award 2; FTA 3,4; Chess Club 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; West Point nominee. CHARLES WASBURN COKER " Charles " Pep Club 1,2,3; Monogram 3,4; Football 1, 2,3; IIE Club 3. HERMAN GENE COKER " Gene " Bus Driver 3,4; Industrial and Technical Club. SUSAN ORENDA CONYERS " Susan " Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 2, 3,4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; French Club 2,3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Feature Editor 4; Jun¬ ior Mental Health 3,4; Student Council 4. CATHERINE LANE COOPER " Catherine " Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer; French Club 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; FTA 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Student Council 3; Secretary; Newspaper 2; Annual Staff 3, 4; Editor 4; Marshal; Jr. -Sr. Waitress 2; Outstanding Freshman; D.A.R. Good Citizen; Girl’s State 3; Most Talent¬ ed; Jr. Play; Outstanding Senior; NEDT Award 2; NHS Convention 3; Homecoming Candidate; Reynolds Scholarship Nominee. CHARLES PARKER CREECH " Parker " Annual Staff 3,4; Photographer 3,4; Jr. Play; Science Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Jr. -Sr. Planning Committee; Demolay, Senior Deacon. PAUL PARKER CREECH " Brutus " Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 4; Golf 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Vice-President 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Sci¬ ence Club 1,2; Demolay 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Class Vice-President 1,2,4; Jr. Play Actor; Senior Play. WAYNE THOMAS CRISP " Wayne " Distributive Education Club; President 4. REBECCA LYNN DAVIS " Becky " FHA 1,4; Library Club 4; Homecoming Candidate. PATRICIA DARLENE DAWSON " Darlene " Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4; FHA 4. BERTRAM ODIES DEW, Jr. " Bertram " Second Vice-President of VICA 4; Co-chair man of Jr. -Sr. Bandstand Committee. MICHAEL ALFONZO DEW " Mike " Bus Driver 2, 3,4; VICA Club 4; Industrial and Technical Club 3. PEGGY JOYCE DEW " Peggy " JOHN THOMAS DIXON " J. T. " VICA 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4. MARTHA JULIA DIXON " Julie " Pep Club 1,2, 3; FTA 2, 3; Jr. Play; VICA Secretary-Treasurer 3,4. GERRY EUGENE DOZIER " Gerry " VICA 4. WILLIAM DEMPSEY DUPREE, III " Dempsey " Pep Club; VICA. SUSAN REBECCA EAGLES " Becky " Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; FTA 2,3,4; President 3; Monogram Club 3,4; Jr. Play Property Chairman; NEDT Award 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3; Varsity Tiger 4; Typical Youth 4; Outstanding Senior; News¬ paper Staff 4; Homecoming Candidate; Senior Play. 198 KIMBERLY FAYE ELLROD " Kim " Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3; FTA 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; NHS 3,4; Treasurer 3, Presi¬ dent 4; Class Reporter 2; Class Secretary 3; NEDT Award 2; Latin Award 2; Marshal; Cheerleader 2,4; Tiger 3; Jr. Play Director; Outstanding Senior; Jr. -Sr. Waitress; News¬ paper Staff 3,4; Senior Play; Jr. -Sr. En¬ trance Committee; Homecoming Candidate. SCOTT DAVID FECHO " Scott " Lakeshore High School-Photography Club 1; THS-Science Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; French Club 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; President 4; Track 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Chess Club 2, 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Monogram Club 4; Jr.-Sr. Theme Committee. POLLIE ANN FURLOUGH " Pollie " FHA 1,4; FTA 1; Silver Certificate for 10- Key Adding Machine. STEVEN LINDSEY FUSSELL " Steve " Key Club 4; Tennis Team 3,4; Jr. -Sr. Waiter. CAROLYN SUE GRIFFING " Carolyn " Pep Club 1,2; FHA 3,4; Junior Mental Health 3, 4; NHS 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Jr. Play Committee; Jr. -Sr. Invitation Com¬ mittee; Gold Certificate for 10-Key Adding Machine. ERVIN DIXON GUILL " Dickie " Chess Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; J. V. Football 1,2; Track 3, 4; FTA 4; Science Club 4; Jr. -Sr. Entrance Committee; Demolay 2, 3, 4. SPENCER RAY HALE " Ray " Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Football 1,2; Track 3,4; Chess Club 1,2, 3; Mono¬ gram Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Most Talkative; Science Club 1,2; Jr. -Sr. En¬ trance Committee. ALEX BLOW HARGROVE " Alex " Student Council Convention 1; Student Council 1,2, 3, 4; Committee on Student Affairs 4; Class President 3; Football 1,2,3, 4; Captain 3,4; Basketball 1,4; French Club 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; NEDT Award 2; All- Conference Football; Golf 1,2, 3, 4; Demo¬ lay 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor 2; Senior Counselor 3; Master Counselor 4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Jr. -Sr. Waiter; Outstanding Senior; Nominee for Morehead Award; Best All Round Boy; Boy ' s State. DOUGLAS MCDONALD HARRISON " Doug " Football 1,2,3, 4; Tennis 2,3,4; Basketball 4; Science Club 1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Key Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; News¬ paper Staff 3; Key Club President; Jr. Play; Senior Play. MILDRED DIANNE HARRISON " Dianne " Band 1,2; Choral Music 4. KENNETH EARL HINSLEY " Earl " Glee Club 1,2,3; Ensemble 2,3; Bus Driver 3,4; Photography Club 3. ROSE WEBB HAWKINS " Rose " Glee Club 4. JOHN THOMAS HOARD, JR. " Tommy " Band 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3. SUSAN GALE FISHER " Susan " FHA 1,2,3; Glee Club 4; Gold Certificate for 10-Key Adding Machine. 199 HAYWOOD MORRIS HOLLAND, JR. " Morris " Track 1; Band 4. MARGARET ELIZABETH HOLLAND " Margaret " Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; FTA 2,3,4; Science and Photography Club 3,4; Junior Mental Health Association 3; Jr. Play Committee; Jr. Play Ticket Committee Chairman; Dramatics Club 2; Homecoming Candidate; Senior Play. ANNA ELISE HORTON " Lisa " French Club 1,2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3; Science Club 1,2, 3; Jr. Play, FTA 2,3; Jr. -Sr. Theme Committee; Certifi¬ cate for Outstanding Magazine Salesman. GEORGE HOWARD " George " Band 1; Science Club 1,2, 3,4; President 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Demolay 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; Boy’s State 3; Chairman ot Jr. -Sr. Band Committee; Chairman of Jr. -Sr. Entrance Committee; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. RANpELL HUGHES " Randy " Football 1,2 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; President 4; NEDT Award 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Football All-Conference. BARBARA KAY JACKSON " Kaye " Student Council 1,2,3, 4; Vice-President 3; Secretary 4; Delegate to Convention 3; Committee on Student Affairs 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 1,2, 3, 4; Co-Chief 3; Chief 2, 4; Youth Council 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3,4; NHS 3,4; Science Club 1; FTA 3,4; Jr. Princess; Homecom¬ ing Queen; Best All Round Girl; Outstand¬ ing Senior; Jr. Play Actress. RICHARD LEWIS JACKSON " Richard " Student Council 2; Glee Club 4. KATHLEEN SUSAN JACKSON " Susan " Library Science 4; Choral Music 2. LENWARD WESLEY JONES, Jr. " Lenward " ITEC Club; DECA. MATTIE FAYE KEEL " Faye " DONNA REA KEEN " Donna " LAURA LEE KINZINGER " Laura " Science Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Jun¬ ior Mental Health 3,4; Vice-President 3; FTA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Student Council 2; Newspaper 2, 3, 4; Feature Editor 3; Edi- tor-in-Chief 4; American Newspaper Pub¬ lishers Award 3; NHS 3,4; Chief Marshal; Governor’s School 1968; Most Likely to Succeed; French Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Candidate; Outstanding Senior; N. C. Eng¬ lish Teacher Magazine 2; National Council of Teachers of English Nominee 3; Ameri¬ can History Award 3. CONSTANCE RAYE KITTINGER " Connie " Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Fresh¬ man Princess; Class Treasurer 1; FTA 2,3,4; Science Club 2; Annual Staff 3,4; Jr. -Sr. Planning Committee Chairman; Monogram Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Demolay Sweet¬ heart; Homecoming Candidate; Most-School Spirited; Governor ' s School Candidate. ANDREA ELIZABETH KNIGHT " Andrea " Band 1,2,3; Junior Mental Health 4; NHS 3, 4; Marshal; Newspaper 4. 200 LOSSIE DEE KNOX MARTHA ANDREWS MESSER " Lossie " " Chris " FHA 1; Pep Club 1,2,4; Junior Mental Health 3,4; Jr. Play Actress; Library Sci¬ ence Club President 4; Gold Certificate for 10-Key Adding Machine. FHA 1; Junior Mental Health Association 3, 4; Glee Club President 4; Library Science Club 4. RICHARD WILLIAM KOEHLER " Rick " MICHAEL SHELTON MEWBORN " Mike " Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Cross Coun¬ try 2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Science Club 1,4; Spanish Club 1,2; FTA 4. DECA 3,4. JEANNETTE FAYE MOORE " Faye " ALICE FAYE LEWIS " Faye " KENNETH W AYNE MOORE " Kenneth " Dramatic Club 1; FHA 1; Basketball 1; Pep Club 1; Library Science Club 1; Choral Music 4. ITEC 3; DECA 4. PATRICIA HOPE McKEEL AVA WOODY LIVESAY " Ava " " Hope " FHA 1; VICA 4; Secretary 4; Choral Music Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; FTA 2, 3,4; Science and Photography Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; NHS 3,4; Most Talkative; Outstanding Senior; NEDT Award 2; Marshal; Girls State 3; NHS State Convention 3; Homecoming Candidate; Newspaper Staff 3,4; French Club 4; Junior Mental Health Association 3, 4; Treasurer 3. 1,4; Homecoming Candidate. FRANK LYNN PACE " Frank " Demolay 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Student Council 3. GORDON EDWARD PARKS " Gordon " DONALD RAY LONG " Donald " ITEC 3. DECA I and II; Student Council Alternate 4. PATSY HAWKINS PARRISH " Patsy " DONALD JOSEPH LYNN " Donald " Jr. -Sr. Band Committee; Silver Certificate for 10-Key Adding Machine. DECA I and II 4. JACK STEVENSON PERRY " Steve " PATSY HODGES MANNING " Patsy " Football 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Secretary- Treasurer 4; Monogram Club; Pep Club; Annual Staff Circulation Manager; Typical FHA 2,3; Treasurer 3; Silver Certificate for 10-Key Adding Machine. Youth; Jr. -Sr. Waiter; Track 3; Jr. -Sr. Committee; Senior Play. MARGARET DIANNE MAY " Dianne " BOBBY GENE PHILLIPS " Bobby " Pep Club 1; FHA 3; Library Club Reporter 4. DECA I 3; DECA II 4. 201 TEALA DAVIS PIGG " Teala " Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; FTA 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 2; Class Treasurer 2; Student Council 1, 3; Committee on Student Affairs 3; Jr. Play; Science Club 4; Homecoming Candidate; Sr. Play. BRENDA JOYCE PITTMAN " Brenda " NHS 3,4; Student Council 4; Annual Staff 4; Typing Contest 3; DECA 4; Secretary 4; DECA Student of the Year Award. LAURA LYNN PRICE " Laura " Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; FNA 1,2,3; Science Club 4; FTA 4; French Club 2; JAA 1 . MILTON RAY PRICE " Ray " Basketball 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 3.4. SHARON ROSE PULLEY " Sharon " Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; FTA 2,4; Science Club 4; Homecoming Candidate. GINGER REBECCA RADFORD " Ginger " FHA 2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Library Club 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4. LEWIS WEBB RIDGEWAY " Lewis " Football 1,2, 3, 4; Golf 1,2, 3,4; Demolay 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Photogra¬ phy Committee Jr. -Sr. ; Monogram 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3,4; Jr. Play; Jr. -Sr. Band Committee; Jr. -Sr. Building Committee; Sr. Play. DAIN ALAN RILEY " Dain " Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. -Sr. Waiter; Chess Club 2, 3; Monogram Club 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 3; Jr. -Sr. Com¬ mittee; Key Club 2, 3,4. CATHY JO ROBBINS " Cathy " Recreational Club 3,4; Senior Play; Jr. Play Actress; Jr. Play Make-up Committee Chairman; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Student Council 1; FTA 3,4; Cheerlead¬ er 3,4; Homecoming Candidate; Mono¬ gram Club 3, 4. GAIL LEE ROBBINS " Gail " DECA Club Treasurer; Sophomore Princess. MELVIN SMITH ROBINSON, JR. " Bo " J.V. Football 1; J. V. Basketball 1; Var¬ sity Football 2,3,4; All-Conference 4; Sec¬ ond Team All-East 4; Honorable Mention All-East 3; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; All-Confer¬ ence 3; Honorable Mention All-East 3; Baseball Award 3; Athlete of the Year 1968; Most Athle tic Senior; FTA 2,3,4; Vice- President 3; Class President 1,2; Student Council 2; Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Demolay 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3,4; Boy ' s State Delegate 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Outstanding Senior; Most Outstanding Undergraduate Athlete. MARTHA ANNE SEXTON " Martha " FTA 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Annual Staff 3,4; Business Manager 4; World His¬ tory Award 2; NHS 3,4; Marshal; Jr. -Sr. Band Committee; Jr.-Sr. Waitress; Jr. Play Stage Manager; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Governor ' s School Nomi¬ nee; NEDT Award 2; Outstanding Senior; Junior Mental Health Association 2,3; Most Studious. 202 DONNIE SKINNER " Donnie " Student Council 3; Bus Driver 3, 4; VICA 4. JERRY WAYNE SKINNER " Jerry " DECA 3,4; Associate President 4. LUCINDA GOLD SMITH " Lucinda " Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; FTA 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram 3,4; Secretary 4; Science Club 3,4; French Club 4; Chess Club 2; NHS 3,4; Vice-President 4; Girls State 3; Class Vice-President 3; Student Council 1; Jr. -Sr. Theme and Decorating Committee; NEDT Award 2; Jr. Play Ac¬ tress; Annual Staff 3,4; Newspaper 1,2; Wittiest. MARVIN MARSHALL SMITH " Marvin " DECA I 3; DECA II 4. BERTRAM EDWARD SPAIN " Bert " Technical Drafting Club 3; DECA I and II 4. PATRICIA ANNE STANLEY " Patricia " FHA 1; Glee Club 4. GWENDAL ANN STEVENSON " Ann " Pep Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 2,3; Glee Club 4; Library Science Club 4. MELVIN DOUGLAS STROUP " Doug " Varsity Basketball 3; J.V. Football 1,2; J.V. Basketball 2; Baseball 1,2; NHS 3,4; Jr. -Sr. Waiter; Key Club 2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Monogram Club 2,3; VICA Club 4; Student Council 1,4. PHYLLIS LORRAINE TAYLOR " Phyllis " Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; FTA 4; Jr. Play Actress; Student Council; Cheerleader 2,4; Mono¬ gram Club 4; Junior Mental Health 3, 4. LORNA MOORE THIGPEN " Lorna " Pep Club a, ±. TERESA ANN THOMPSON " Teresa " FHA 2,4; D.E. I and II 4. WANDA GAIL TOSTOE " Gail " Cheerleader 1 (co-chief); 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Homecoming Candidate; NEDT Award 2; FTA 2,3,4; Sci¬ ence Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; Jr. Play Actress; Jr. -Sr. Planning Committee. BARBARA JEAN WALTERS " Barbara " Jr. -Sr. Committee. DEBORAH GAY WALTERS " Deborah " FTA 2, 3, 4; President 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; NHS 3,4; Homecoming Candidate; Jr. Play; Sr. Play. GERALD DOUGLAS WARD " Gerald " J.V. Football 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 1,2, 3,4; Track 2, 3,4; Pep Club 3; Technical Club 3; VICA 4. ROSA LEE WATSON " Rosa " North Lenoir - Band 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3; Treasurer 2; THS - FHA 4; DECA 4. 203 THURMAN LEE WEBB, JR. " Thurman " Track 1; Bus Driver 3,4. ALVIS GARLAND WEST " Alvis " Pep Club 1,2; Track 3,4. DAVID ALBERT WEST " David " DECA 3,4; Jr. -Sr. Theme Committee. GARLAND WEST, JR. " Garland " Club 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 3; Annual Staff 1; Assistant Photographer; Band 1. GWENDOLYN ' GAIL WOOTEN " Gail " FHA 1,2,4; Parliamentarian 2; Pep Club 1; Cheerleader Alternate 1; Library Science Club 4; Glee Club 4. DANNY LEWIS WORRELLS " Danny " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Base¬ ball 2,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Monogram Club 3,4; Track 1; Demolay 1; Wittiest. Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. RALPH BALOU WYNN, JR. " Jack " JANE CAROLYN WEST " Carolyn " Library Science Club. GEORGE ANTHONY WHITE " Tony " ITEC 2; VICA Vice-President 4. BEVERLY JOYCE WHITEST " Beverly " FHA; Science Library Association; Drama¬ tics Club; Glee Club; Pep Club. WILSON RAY WILLIAMS " Wilson " SUSAN HAGANS WILSON " Susan " FT A 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Homecom¬ ing Candidate; Jr. Play Actress; Sr. Play. WILLIAM STUART WOOD " Billy " Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; FTA 2,3; Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Drama¬ tics 2, 3; French Club 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Youth Council 2, 3,4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 1,2, 3, 4; Most out¬ standing Varsity Tennis Player 1968. ON GOLF COURSE ANYWHERE ANY TIME 204 Time it was, Paul Simon and what a time it was. It was ... a time of innocence. a time of Qo i fTicL confidences. Ciuh Jtuund drujp cajJdL Amd. Long ago ... q) vmvsu txuAdjdSd-SU C kvs. it must be I have a photographs Preserve your memories; They’re all ? ' ?JT that ' s left you. fU o Trff ' Sit tfc t ' Zo ' L v J 7 ?i r -L t ( -rr t 7 f«y t t K V 11 Ac c- ss -A ? A o A fa -- - V M « ' yT j ■‘T tYW V V , - Cl V - Km, , ,—. W o ' rN ' c V ' Js NiN 4 S ' fc " ' r NSrX ' Vj r v -—-A - •pffJ ' ffC ft f f ' 1 a p ■? ' Gi? -TO (J ' - " r Le . 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