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The Seniors of the Walstonburg High School proudly present the 1960 edition of THE TALISMAN. We dedicate its pages to our parents, who through the years have loved us, taught us the beauty of shared happiness, the victory of retrieving a mistake, the importance of imagination tempered by reason. 3 principal Dear Seniors: As you leave your Alma Mater, face the golden opportunities which you. Face them realistically and objectively. Use your initiative, and wisdom to claim them. During the past years, the time and effort, you, your parents and given constitutes the foundation for you to strive to become a better church and community worker. Prepare yourself, be ready— your time will come. Respectively yours. Harry J. Archer School = Boa.rd Left to right: Albert Bundy, Sam V. Tugwell, Harold Bailey, William Bynum, Harry J. Archer. bounty Superintendent bounty Supervisor GERALD D. JAMES MRS. LELA T. STEVENS MRS. SUE H. GAY East Carolina College, A.B. 1st Grade MRS. JANIE G. STARLING East Carolina College, A.B. 1st and 2nd Grade MISS DELORES FORD East Carolina College, B. S. 2nd Grade MRS. LOUISE B. THOMAS East Carolina College, A.B. 3rd Grade MRS. RUTH M. WALSTON East Carolina College, A.B. 4th Grade MRS. A. J. CRAFT University of Georgia 5th Grade MRS. SUDIE K. GALLOWAY Atlantic Christian College 6th Grade MRS. ELMA C. HOLLOMAN High Point College, B.A. Alabama Polytechnic Institute, M.S. 7th Grade MRS. MARY J. SHIRLEY Atlantic Christian College 8th Grade MRS. HORTENSE G. BEAMON Office Secretary MR. HARRY J. ARCHER, JR. Principal East Carolina College, B.S. East Carolina College, M.A. University of Richmond We, the Senior Class of 1960, in conclusion to our departure, do hereby declare and publish our Last Will and Testament. ARTICLE I To the faculty we leave our desires for them to give future students more encouragement. ARTICLE II To Mrs. Britt, our senior sponsor, we leave our sincere appreciation and respect for the cooperation she has given to us throughout our Senior year. ARTICLE III To the Juniors we leave our title as " Seniors. " ARTICLE IV To the Sophomores we leave our love for dancing. ARTICLE V To the Freshmen we leave in hope that they will learn to conduct themselves properly. ARTICLE VI MELVIN BASS leaves his courteous ability not " fresh " with girls to L. D. West. A. V. BATTEN leaves his courteous manners to " Nub " Craft. BILLY BOYKIN leaves his loudness to anyone who can use it. JANIE BURRESS leaves her love for boys to Linda Evans. CECIL CLAYBORNE leaves his " love " for Sociology to Bobby Galloway. RALPH CLAYBORNE leaves nothing, he ' ll need it all in the future. JULIA COX leaves her flattering smile to Linda Parker. RUBY DENTON leaves happily. TENY GAYE leaves her ability to catch the boy to Faye Jones. SKIPPER HALL leaves his talkative ways to Alton Wells. RAY HARDISON leaves five inches of his height to Kenneth Sutton. PAT HARRELL leaves her green eyes to all the " cool cats. " DOT HART leaves her sweet disposition to Belle Roberson even though she doesn ' t need it. PEGGY HOLLOMAN leaves her bright red blush to Joyce Garris. JAMES HUMPHREY leaves to the freshmen his knowledge he has received in high school. BILLY JENKINS leaves his sweet personality to Billy Walston. ROY JONES leaves his scoring ability to anyone who can play the position. DOUGLAS KEARNEY leaves his romantic ways to Raymond Wooten, (who needs them. ) RUSSELL MERCER leaves his good looks to all boys who can use them. ANDY MEWBORN leaves his ability to type to anyone who needs it. MARILENE MEWBORN leaves her position as chief cheerleader to Nancy Adams. HELEN MOORE leaves her kindness to her sisters; Ruby and Geraldine Moore. JIMMY MOORING leaves his aggravating ability to Bobby Walston. HILDA PADGETT leaves her quiet and calm manners to Daris Minshew. CONNIE PARKER leaves her natural curly hair to Jean Norville. ROBERT ROBERSON leaves his good school spirit to Alex Mewbom. JERRY SMITH leaves his dependability to Kenneth Jones. CHARLES TYSON leaves his neatness to Charles Harrell. DENNY TYSON leaves his bashfulness to Kenneth Craft. AUSTIN VICK leaves Shakespeare ' s play " Macbeth " to all the Juniors. A.J. WALSTON leaves nothing. KENNETH WINDERS leaves his quietness to all the Freshman boys. In witness whereof, we the Senior Class of 1960, do set seal on this, the twentieth day of May, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Sixty. RUBY DENTON Testatrix Witnessed by: Mrs. Bruton Taylor Mr. Jimmy William e« t c All cAround JESSIE ANDREW MEWBORN MARILENE MEWBORN Whether it ' s at the piano or kitchen stove or speechmaking in the classroom, Marilene is equally at ease. Andy ' s cooperation and good personality won him the title. JAMES STUART HUMPHREY MARILENE MEWBORN All through school Marilene and James had com- mendable character and combined with this fine leadership enabled them to receive this honor. The year was Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Six when we first undertook the task of becoming Freshmen. Thirty six in number, we took everything in the least of worry. We had joys and sorrows of our own without worrying about the rest of the high school. Our sponsor was Mr. Ben Wethington, loved by all. He was a happy carefree teacher who didn ' t like to study or stay indoors, so none of us argued or put up any resistance. We also had a very athletic class. We had two boys to make the varsity basketball team, Roy Jones and Jerry Smith. We also had some good baseball players, Jimmy Harrell, Andy Mewbom, Douglas Kearney. Finally our greenhand year came to an end and we were about to take another step in life. Now we were Sophomores and a little more grown up. Our number had decreased by six. Six friends were out of school to take on life alone. We also gained two new members. Our sponsor this year was Mrs. Jane Anthony, a fine teacher and a sweet person. Under her motherly guidance we undertook to making money for our many needs. We did several different things to obtain that " scarcity " money. We sold candy, had sweetsales, and a few others. This year was one of our most prosperous years. Two years had passed now and once again it was time to take another broad step in our school life. " Juniors, " how good that word sounded. We were no longer underdogs but we were next to being big dogs. The year began with Mrs. Ernestine Godfrey as our homeroom teacher. This year had the promise of being our big year. We had to plan for our semi-annual Junior-Senior Banquet and this began right away. We appointed committee after committee, and we all worked triumphantly to get together our Banquet. The theme of our Banquet was " Evening in Paris. " We had an excellent reception and everyone seemed to be well pleased. We also had our Junior supper and our play. Both were very successful, especially our play, " Aaron Slick From Pumpkin Crick. " Our cast seemed to be very talented, espe- cially Pat Harrell. This year was one of the happiest of our career. We enjoyed working and struggling to make things successful. At last we approached the Senior door staring life squarely in the face. Now the moment had finally come; we were a bit uncertain, but there was little time for that after we had plunged into the first few days of school. There the year was like a panorama passing before our eyes. There was our Annual Staff suffering vigorously to get our annual published. James Humphrey our president, presided over our meetings. Mrs. Rosalind P. Britt, our sweet homeroom teacher, guided us with the utmost care, and never led us astray. She never gave us too little of her time, and we do thank her. Times of happiness, times of disappointment; faces happy as only youth can be. We are pulling the curtain on our high school years, holding in our hearts bright dreams for the future. WILLIAM GERALD SMITH Historian I ' . ' rxmi- BILLY RAY JENKINS CONNIE RUTH PARKER There was always more fun than a barrel of mon- keys when Connie and Billy were around. They were always gay, friendly and willing to listen. ROBERT LEE ROBERSON MARILENE MEWBORN Marilene ' s determination to major in Home Eco- nomics never wavered during her high school career, reflecting her constancy of purpose. Robert ' s knowledge always impressed his classmates. tke future. c o Have you ever had a dream that was so real you just lived the whole thing? Last night I attended a banquet that took place in the days of old Scotland. This was a time in which there was color, bravery and valor in which the upper class of people and the favorites of the land carried on a life of carefree enjoyment. Gradually the scene changed as I saw my fellow classmates in Mrs. Taylor ' s English class and heard her reciting: God, God forgive us all! Look after her; Remove from her the means of all annoyance And still keep eyes upon her. So, good night; My mind she has mated, and amazed my sight. I think but dare not speak. .And as I looked at each of my friends I saw them change before my eyes. First I recognize A.V. BATTEN and realize that he has achieved his ambition of being a highway patrolman, he al- ways did want the fastest Ford around. As I begin talking with him I find there have been many changes since our high school days. ROBERT ROBERSON has graduated from the military academy at Denver Colorado and now is one of the most promising scientists in the air force. MARILENE MEWBORN has become the teacher she looked forward to so long. I find ROY JONES has won the State Agriculture award for the most progressive farmer in Greene County and that he and TENY GAY have a family now. When I begin to ask questions about the rapid growth in Walstonburg I am very proud to hear that DENNY TYSON owns the new Super Market. RAY HARDISON is manager of the Buick Sales and Service for this district. A. J. WALSTON has opened his long hall speed shop and keeps the cars in shape for BILLY BOYKIN, a successful race driver. KENNETH WINDERS has become a successful newspaper reporter and has written several magazine articles and a book. Now I am approached by five U.S. soldiers, CECIL C LA YBORNE, RUSSELL MERCER, CHARLES TYSON, MELVIN BASS and SKIPPER HALL, all of whom are now serving their first four years. Now I find that PEGGY HOLLOMAN, RUBY DENTON, HILDA PADGETT and DOROTHY HART have made a career of nursing. My next conversation is with DOUGLAS KEARNEY and ANDY MEWBORN. Douglas has become a high school coach at a newly opened school for boys, while Andy is the agriculture teacher there. AUSTIN VICK, one of the younger classmates has become a basketball player, professionally. As I continue talking I find that JANIE BURRESS has married and begun raising a family and HELEN MOORE has become a private secretary. PAT HARRELL is now a secretary for Perry Mason making loads of money. Now I recognize a most elegantly dressed man, JERRY SMITH, who owns his own men ' s clothing store. Next I hear the voice of a man I have heard quite often in the past years, JIMMY MOORING, an announcer at the local television station. Then I see JULIA COX and CONNIE PARKER who have become beauty operators and RALPH CIA YBORNE, a barber. Then JAMES HUMPHREY, now a preacher gets up to introduce me, but now I realize it wasn ' t James but mother calling me to get up and go to school. If we could only harvest the fruits of ones dreams. BILLY RAY JENKINS Prophet c tkletic ROY SMITH JONES PATRICIA ANN HARRELL Pat many times led the team in scoring and most of the time when Pat shot for the goal, she rung it.. Also, her ability to get past guards helped her to re- ceive this honor. Roy with his jump shot in which he hardly ever missed and his ability to go through guards enabled him to get this honor. 0ute 5t JIMMY THOMAS MOORING HILDA GRAY PADGETT Dainty in dress, quiet and full of fun is Hilda ' s and Jimmy ' s motto. Casual, novel in ideas and they ' re just plain cute. Uank Aee i£ord We thank thee, Lord for a country such as ours for conscientuous leaders for the right of free expression for our community. We thank thee, Lord for school buildings that house our seat of learning for teachers who guide our learning for administrators who seek to improve our educational opportunities. We thank thee, Lord for parents who see our mistakes and help us to correct them for parents who love us even when we are not always lovable for parents who give and then forget the gift for parents But most of all We thank thee, Lord, for Thee. 16 ittieat BILLY RAY BOYKIN PATRICIA ANN HARRELL There is never a dull moment with Pat and Billy, gay, carefree, and always ready to pep you up to pre- vent a dull outlook on everything. 7 leateAt JULIA ETTA COX JAMES MELVIN BASS Whether it was school or church, Julia and Melvin always were distinctively dressed. ROY SMITH JONES Advertising Manager MARY ELIZABETH GAY Business Manager UP Left. to Tight: Marilene Mewbom, Wayne Dail, A. V. Batten, Cecil Claybome, Melvin Bass, A.J. Walston, Roy Jones. Front row, left to right: Douglas Kearney, Stuart Tugwell, Donald Owens, Douglas Hardison, Roy Smith Jones, Andy Mewbome, Jerry Smith. Second row: W.A. Shirley, Paul Wooten, Johnny Garris, Kennith Sutton, Richard Stallings, Ben Fields, Bobby Walston, Wayne Winders, James Stancil, Billy McKeel, Allen Moore. Third row: Cecil Claybome, Ben Beamon, Jimmy Mercer, Hardy Moore, Kenneth Jones, Neil Craft, Herbert Gay, L. D. West. Fourth row: James Johnson, Leslie Hardison. : { £1 ■ " rTTM j ■ - t r| i ' . 0 $ _vi %■ - I f B IfJw 1 ML : • w g rafflr " MG §! JMFif v §5 fljggi T JH Mi ' it B IMuWttE a ID j , ftlaraUcila ALEX MEWBORN This is a scholastic honor DIANNE BEAMON MARILENE MEWBORN ROBERT ROBERSON Chief ■ TENY GAY Co-Captain Guard PAT HARRELL Co-Captain Forward adketba.ll LINDA PARKER Guard CHARLOTTE AYCOCK Forward JO ANN CORBETT Guard FAYE JONES Guard BEVERLY LANG Forward AUSTIN VICK Forward Top row, left to right: Russell Harrell, Speight Aycock, Kenneth Jones, Austin Vick, Andy Mewborn, Ralph Heath, Neil Craft, Jerry Smith, Bottom r ow: N ub Craft, JERRY SMITH Guard SKIPPER HALL Co-Captain Scorekeeper; Carroll Heath, Alex Mewbom, Skipper Hall, Roy Jones, Donald Owens, Douglas Hardison, Wayne Windows, Manager. ANDY MEWBORN Forward MR. JIMMY WILLIAMS Coach marilene mewborn Chief KATHRYN CRAFT Badebcill Bottom row, left to right: Nick Hardison, Randy Tyson, Jimmy Mooring, Russell Mercer, Gerald Gay, Nub Craft Kenneth Sutton, Charles Harrell, Donald Owens, Carroll Humphrey, Ben Beamon. Top row: Billy Jenkins, Jerry Smith Roy Jones, Ralph Claybome, Andy Mewbom, Skipper Hall, Austin Vick, Douglas Kearney, Denny Tyson. NOTE OF APPRECIATION I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to all of you students who have taken part in our athletic program this year. You have all been very co-operative and have responded with an all out effort on every occasion. Working with students of your caliber has been a joy for me. To the Seniors, I say " thank you " for your interest and leadership. May the best of everything be yours in the future. Best wishes, Mr. Jimmy Williams High School Coach mi mum immiiimi fj. i jgjjJjlPg ' u i?TfSTJWi f r»7‘ L iT i rf-rTT HRMpIM iHMMH IHHBmSh ALVONZA BATTEN, JR. (A . V . ) " The best you can do is not half good enough. " Baseball 1; F. F.A. 1,2,3; Swine and cattle judging contest 3; Junior Play 3; Bus Driver 4. JAMES MELVIN BASS (Buggie) " A bachelor ' s life is the only happy life. " Bus Driver 1; Glee Club 2; Agriculture 3; 4-H 2; Basketball 1. BILLY RAY BOYKIN (Slick) " You can ' t let women interfere with your work, and you can ' t let work interfere with your women. " Agriculture 1,2; 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4; Superlative 4; Baseball 1. JANIE LA VON BURRESS " Whoever lives true life will love true love. " F. H.A. 1, 2,3; Junior Degree 1; Chapter Degree 2; Librarian 4. CECIL CLAYBORNE, JR. (Big Boy) " All under 70 is nothing and all over 70 is a waste of time. Baseball 1; Agriculture 1, 2, 3; Bus Driver 3,4. JULIA ETTA COX (Julia) " Turn your heart toward God ' s sunshine and the dark shadows will fall behind. " Glee Club 1,2; 4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Junior and Chapter Degree; Junior Play 3; Tobacco Court 1; Beta Club 1, 2; Super- lative 4; Librarian 1, 3. RUBY MAE DENTON (Ruby) " Marriage is the wonderful cure for love ' s intoxication. " F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior and Chapter De- grees; Cheerleader 4; Librarian 4; Beta Club 1, 2; Testatrix 4. RALPH DOUGLAS CLAYBORNE (Bear) " I never let studying interfere with my education. F.F.A. 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3. 46 DOROTHY JEAN HART (Dot) " Success does not come in great riches, but in doing things well. " F. H. A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1,4; Office 1; Dramatic 3. PEGGY GRAY HOLLOMAN (Peggy) " I was gratified to be able to answer promptly, and I did. I said I didn ' t know. " F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court 2. - BILLY RAY JENKINS (Bill) " Whoso neglects learning in his youth is lost in the past and dead in the future. " F. F. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 1,2,4; Baseball 2, 3; Marshal 1,2; Class President 2,3; Beta Club Vice President 3; May Court 1; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Super- lative 4. JAMES STUART HUMPHREY (Hump) " Life is worth living, so live it up man: " Class Officer 3, 4; F.F.A. 1,2; Beta Club 2,3,4, Officer 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Junior Play, 3. 48 DOROTHY JEAN HART (Dot) " Success does not come in great riches, but in doing things well. " F. H. A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1,4; Office 1; Dramatic 3. PEGGY GRAY HOLLOMAN (Peggy) " I was gratified to be able to answer promptly, and I did. I said I didn ' t know. " F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court 2. - BILLY RAY JENKINS (Bill) " Whoso neglects learning in his youth is lost in the past and dead in the future. " F. F. A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 1,2,4; Baseball 2, 3; Marshal 1,2; Class President 2,3; Beta Club Vice President 3; May Court 1; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Super- lative 4. JAMES STUART HUMPHREY (Hump) " Life is worth living, so live it up man: " Class Officer 3, 4; F.F.A. 1,2; Beta Club 2,3,4, Officer 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Junior Play, 3. 48 ml J8P " f -_ j r v | ■5|g9£§E| hbh£HhSh| WH T Z ' .$LA it: £9 MARILENE MEWBORN (Marilene) " My ovvn self at my very best all the time. " FCX Essay Contest Winner-Medal 3; World Peace Speech Contest Winner-Medal 3; Home Economics Award-Medal 2; Marshal 1,2, Chief 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Chief 3, 4; Librarian 1,2,3; Beta Club 1,2, 3, 4 ' , Officer 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 4, Officer 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 1; Class Play 3; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Officer 2; Junior, Chapter, State Degrees, By County and District 11, Officer 3; Music Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1; Bus Driver 4; Dairy Princess; Super- lative 4. HELEN BRUCE MOORE (Helen) " She who plants kindness, gathers love. " F. H.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Junior Degree 1; Chapter Degree 2; State Degree 3; Beta Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 3. JIMMY THOMAS MOORING (Worm) " All great men are dying; I feel bad my- self. " F. F.A. 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1, 2; Superlative 4. HILDA GRAY PADGETT (Hilda) " Her quiet ways only adds to her charms. " F. H.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Glee Club 4; 4-H 1,4; Class Officer 1; Class Super- lative 4; Junior Degree 1; Chapter Degree 2; May Court 1; Tobacco Court 2; Class Play 3; Music Club 2. 50 ROBERT LEE ROBERSON (Pete) " Knowledge is great, but acknowledgment by your fellowman is greater. " F. F. A. 1, 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; Class Officer 2; Science Award 3; Marshal 3; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4. WILLIAM GERALD SMITH (Jerry) " Whatever ye soweth, that shall you also reap. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; B aseb all 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,4; 4-H 1,2, 3,4. CONNIE RUTH PARKER (Connie) " To have failed is to have striven, to have striven is to have grown. " Class Officer 1,2, 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, Officer 3,4; Beta Club 1,2, Officer 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4, Officer 3, 4; Pack of News Staff 3; Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4; May Court 3; To- bacco Court 3; Scorekeeper 2; Cheer- leader 3, 4; Dramatics 3; F. H. A. Junior Degree 1; F.H.A. Chapter Degree 2. CHARLES STUART TYSON (Charles) I never let school interfere with my education. F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. 51 jver achieved. " 2,3,4. AUSTIN RAY VICK (Austin) " If silence were gold, I would be a millionaire. " F. F.A. 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ALONZA JESSIE WALSTON (A. J. ) " Life has a value only when it has some- thing valuable as its object. " Agriculture 1, 2; Bus Driver 4. KENNETH WOODROW WINDERS (Kenny) " Do as I should do, not as I do. " Agriculture 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 1; Physical Education 1 52 1 ! - ■ I • s ' ' H NANCY ADAMS CHARLOTTE AYCOCK JOYCE COX EDWARD CRAFT JANICE CRAFT STEVE CRAFT WAYNE DAIL LINDA EVANS GERALD GAY RALPH HEATH LINDA HUBER FAYE JONES JAMES HENRY JOHNSON BEVERLY LANG MARGARET McKEEI ALEX MEWBORN JEAN NORVILLE STUART TUGWELL RANDY TYSON BECKY WINSTEAD RAYMOND WOOTEN JIMMY EDWARDS ►«$ KJfficer DOUGLAS HARDISON KATHLEEN MERCER. . MAC McKEEL LINDA PARKER BELLE ROBERSON MARGARET SUMRELL, CHARLES HARRELL. . President Treasurer .Reporters . Vice President Secretary Parliamentarian O ic era President ANN LETCHWORTH. Vice President BILLY WALSTON, CAROL F A TH. . ' Mr!? if ' ; S S; .i ' ;: ,- ’ SPEIGHT AYCOCK LINDA BAILEY BEN BEAMAN JAY BEAMAN JONANNA CRAFT KATHRYN CRAFT NEIL CRAFT BEN FIELDS JOYCE GARRIS JOHNNY GARRIS HERBERT GAY BOBBY HARDISON LINDA HARDISON ELLEN HARRELL BARBARA HART CAROL HEATH LINDA HONEYCUTT KENNETH JONES ANN LETCHWORTH JIMMY MERCER WINDY MILES DORIS MINSHEW ALLEN MOORE BARBARA MOORE GERALDINE MOORE HARDY MOORE, JR. JAMES PADGETT W.A. SHIRLEY RICHARD STALLINGS BILLY WALSTON BOBBY WALSTON KAY WOOTEN L.D. WEST PAUL WOOTEN, JR. PAT BEAMAN € iefUtU §rade EUGENE BEAMAN ADDIE BURRESS STANLEY CRAFT JEAN CLAYBORNE JAMES DUNN BUDDY FALLS BRENDA HARRELL LINDA HEDGEPETH BONNIE HOLLOMAN GENE JENKINS HARRY MAYO DAVID McKEEL GEORGE MOORE JEWEL MOORE GAIL MILES GLORIA PADGETT RUBY PARKER BILLY SERMONS MARY H. SHIRLEY JO CAROL TYSON BOB WALSTON CAROL WELLS 60 iSeventU tirade RONNIE AVERY BILLY BARNHILL PATRICIA BEAMAN LINDA BEAMAN SANDRA BUNDY CAROLYN COBB JUDY COBB DIANNE COBB WILLIAM CRAFT JEANIE ELLIS PATSY GRAVES CONNIE HAYES BRENDA HARDISON EDWARD HEATH BECKY HOLLOMAN MALA IN E JONES MARTHA JO JONES STEVE LETCHWORTH DIANNE McKEEL CAROL McKEEL STANLEY MERCER ANN MOORE LINDA MOORE JEANETTE ARMOND GWEN ROGERS GAIL SHIRLEY ONDRA SHIRLEY BOBBY SMITH GAIL TAILOR BECKY WALSTON JIMMY WOOTEN PAT WOOTEN AUDREY WINDHAM 61 ip f x i fK ' »?« 0 iSixtU Oracle BARBARA ADAMS JUDY BEAMON STEVE BEAMON BEN BOWDEN JANIE BOWDEN WILBERT BOWDEN TRUDY BRITT RAY BROCK JAMES CATES TOMMY DAVIS BILLY GINN CARLOS HARDISON ERNEST HARRELL SIMMY HOBBS ARTHUR HOLLOMAN LORRAINE LEHMAN GLENN LETCHWORTH RICKY McKEEL NANCY MEWBORN DAVID MOORE ROBERT MOORE SANDRA MOORE LINDA ORMOND CONNIE REASON DONNIE REASON MARJORIE SAWREY FAYE MOORE FAYE SUMRELL MICHAEL SUTTON ANN WHITLEY BARBARA WINDERS ELLEN WOOTEN KENNETH V OOTEN JERRY YELVERTON MICKEY MILES 62 §rade JAMES ALRIDGE STEVEN AVERY witf HLON AYCOCK PAULINE BAILEY LEONARD BEAMON WAYNE BEAMON BRENDA BROCK HARVEY BUTTS WILLIAM BUTTS GAIL CORBETT JARVIS COX DAVID CRAFT DAVID DILDY JANE ELLIS SARAVEEN FIELDS MICKEY GAY WILLIAM HALL WILLIAM HARDISON SHELBY HARRELL EDWARD HEATH, JR. JANICE MINSHEW PEGGY MOORE ALLEN MOORE CLAUDIA MOORE MARVIN MOORE BRENDA MORGAN EDWARD PADGETT KEITH PARKER ALVONZA SHIRLEY RICHARD SHIRLEY MARY ELLEN SPEIGHT KAY TAYLOR FAYE WALSTON LOU WALSTON KATHRYN WOOTEN JOYCE WOOTEN 63 fourth tirade SHIRLEY AVERY TONY BEAMON LINWOOD BOWDEN AL BRITT GILBERT COBB HAZEL COBB MARSHALL DILDY WILLIAM DUNN RUSSELL GAY ANN ELLIS CATHY HARRELL JANICE HAYES CAROLYN HAYES ROGER HEATH MARIE HEATH MARY HUMPHREY BOBBY JOHNSON TOMMY JONES ROGER JONES ROGER LETCHWORTH ROBERT MAY GAIL McCULLEN vE ' flENDA MEWBORN GENE MOORE ELLEN MOORE HARVEY MOORE RAY MOORE MARVIN MOORE RONNIE MOYE PEGGY MURPHY ANN SERMONS GLORIA SHACKELFORD RAY SHIRLEY GLENN SHIRLEY VICKY SHIRLEY JUDY SMITH BILLY SUTTON DONNIE TAYLOR BOOTS TAYLOR ROD TUGWELL GERALD VICK JAMES WALSTON JERRY WOOTEN 64 Uird (§rade J.C. BEAMON MARY ESTER CLAYBORNE JANE CRAFT JEAN CRAFT MARYE. FIELDS JOAN HARDISON PANSY HEATH RONNIE HEATH GARY LANGSTON CHARLES LEHMAN DEBORAH MAYO LARRY MERCER LINDA MOORE DWIGHT MOORE MARTIN PARKER EVELYN SMITH RICKY SPEIGHT AL SUGGS CARSON SUTTON CLENT SUTTON KEN TAYLOR JASON TYSON LYMAN TYSON JEWELL TUGWELL WAYNE WAINWRIGHT JIMMY WHITLEY GENE WOOTEN NO PHOTO AVAILABLE 65 Second Oracle LINDA ALDRIDGE GEORGE BAILEY DIANNE BAILEY JESSIE BEAMAN STANLEY BEAMAN CATHY BOWDEN VICKEY CORBETT CHARLES DILDY BARBARA DUNN DONALD R. ELLIS VICKY ELLIS LOU GARDNER SAMMY GAY RONNIE HARDISON GLENDA HAYES LORRAINE HEATH SUE HOLLOMAN DONNIE HARRELL GAIL HARRELL FREDA HOLLOMAN KENNETH JOHNSON MARY SUSAN McKEEL DIANE MERCER LARRY MEWBORN BRENDA MOORE LUCILLE MOORE ALBERT LEE MOORE JOHNNY OWENS MARVIN PADGETT LINDA PROCTOR CAROL L. RUSSELL CAROLYN SAWYER JEFFREY SHIRLEY BEVERLY SMITH KAYE SPEIGHT DAVID SHACKELFORD RONNIE SHIRLEY BENNETT TYSON DOROTHY WAINWRIGHT DENNIS WALSTON DIANE WELLS JUDY WALSTON WAYNE WHITLEY MARY LOU WHEELER LARRY WILLIFORD JOAN WOOTEN p r s ■ ' V ft t A ' fEU wm ft ft ft ft h ' Omm f 1 ft - 1 A , 1 i ! ITi A A f A . v A is w 1%. SM ft ft ft ft ft HIH ft ft " i Mm ft ft ft d r PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE V r y 4 V f v 4 t 66 irat (§rade DORIS ANN BAILEY WILL BYNUM JESSE COBB PEGGY COBB TIM CORBETT ROBERT DILDY JOHN R. DILDY STEPHEN GALLOWAY MARSHALL GAY RICKY GAY GWEN GAY AUDREY GRAVES BILLY RAY HARDISON DAVID HARDISON JOAN HARRELL PATRICIA HART SUSAN JONES EMMA JOAN KEEL DANA LANGSTON CECIL MOORE JOANNE MOORE BILLY RAY MOORE JOYCE ANN MOORE SAMMY NEWELL GAIL PROCTOR SAMMY WARREN CHARLES SAWREY JERRY REASON CATHY SHIRLEY JUDY SPEIGHT THOMAS TYSON EDITH TYSON STANLEY VICK DIANNE WAINWRIGHT PATRICIA WAINWRIGHT DEBORAH OWENS 67


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