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THE WAGRUB 



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Pender County Libra r 
Burgaw, R C. 2842b 



THE UlflGBUB 



Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Six 



Carolyn Brown 
Editor-in-Chief 



Volume 1 



Sally Swam 
Business Manager 



ANNUAL PUBLICATION 



BURGAW HIGH SCHOOL 
Burgaw, North Carolina 




foreword 



Lives of great men all remind us 

We should make our lives sublime, 

And, departing, leave behind us 

Footprints in the sands of time. 

** Longfellow 



Dedication 




. . .Because her kindness, 
patience and understand- 
ing for us has been unlim- 
ited, 

. . .Because she has spared 
neither time nor effort in 
her attempt to make bet- 
ter citizens of us , 

. . . Because she will always 
live in our hearts as a 
wonderful example of un- 
selfishness and inspira- 
tion, 

And, finally, because she has 
been a great help and 
source of encouragement 
to us in our efforts to 
publish this, our school's 
first annual , 



WE, the staff of the 1956 WAGRUB, do hereby dedicate this annual 
to our teacher, advisor and friend, 



MRS. MARGARET McCULLEN 



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School ftoard 

E, T. Batson, Jr., David V. riarrell, Dr. W. H. Young 




T . T . Murphey 
County Superintendent 



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faculty 



E. M. THOMPSON 
Principal 



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Mrs. Margaret McCullen 
English and History 

Mrs. Irene Clark 
French and English 

Miss Margaret Hill 
Home Economics 



Mrs. Betty Futch 
Mathematics and English 

Miss Katherine Brown 
Commercial 

Andy Hewlett 
Mathematics and Physical Ed. 



Miss Pat Burgess 
English and History 

Miss Margaret Shaw 
Science and Driving 

W. C. Blackmore 
Agriculture 



Mrs. Edith Mallard 
Glee Club and Piano 

Miss Dollie Rhodes 
Piano 

Mrs. Grace Thompson 
Latin and Grade 8 




Mrs . Sarah Blake 
Grade 8 

Mrs. Dorothy Norris 
Grade 7 

Mrs. Raeford Bowen 
Grade 7 



Miss Margaret Purcell 
Grade 6 

Mrs. Margaret Matthews 
Grade 6 




Mrs. Margaret Lucas 
Grade 2 

Mrs. William Sparkman 
Grade 2 



Miss Mary Bryan 
Grade 1 

Miss Mary Taylor 
Grs-' 1 

Mrs. Trudy Futch 
Grade 1 

Mrs. Eloise Ivey 
Lunchroom Manager 



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Senior Class Officers 

Carolyn Brown President 

Pat Wooten Secretary 

Catherine Haynes . . Vice President 
Sally Swain Treasurer 




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Seniors 



MARY ANNA BLOSSOM 
4-H Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. 



LAURA JEAN BOWLING 
Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4 ; 
Paper Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Beta 
Club 3, 4; Marshall 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 
4, Reporter 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Song 
Leader 1 . 





RICHARD FLEMING BRICKHOUSE 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 
Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Football 4. 



CAROLYN FAYE BROWN 
Class President 4; Class Reporter 1, 2, 3; 
Paper Staff 1 , 2, 3, 4, A r t Editor 4; Beta 
Club 3,4, Historian 3; Chief Marshall 3,4; 
Glee Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4; F . H. A . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 
Reporter 2, Parliamentarian 3; Play Cast 
3; Recitation Contestant 1; Annual Editor- 
in-Chief 4. 





MARTHA MARLENE BURTON 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; 



FARRELL WALKER CASEY 
Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2. 





MARY ANN DIXON 
Beta Club 3, 4; Marshall 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 
2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; 4-H Clubl; Annual 
Staff 4; Paper Staff 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4. 



JOHN AUGUSTUS DURNER III 
Football 1,2,3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball 
1,2,3, 4, Captain 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Vice President 3; Monogram Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Play Cast 3; 
4-H Club 1, 2; Paper Staff 1,2. 




Seniors 




KATHERINE PEDRICK FARRIOR 
Glee Club 1,2,4; F.H.A.1,2; Class 
President 2; 4-H Club 1,2,4; Cheerlead- 
er 1,4, Co-Captain 4; Paper Staff 4. 



BETTY LEE FLAKE 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A.1,2,3,4; 
Annual Staff 4, Assistant Senior Editor 4; 
Play Cast 3. 



GLORIA FLYNN 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; An- 
nual Staff 4; 4-H Club 1,2. 



JOHN ROBERT GUY 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4. 



HOMER HENRY HALL 
Paper Staff 2, 3,4; Bus Driver 4; 4-H Club 
1,2. 




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EDWARD GLENN HARDING 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1 , 2 , 3 . 




PEGGY JOYCE HARDISON 
Beta Club 3, 4; Marshall 3, 4; F. H.A.I, 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; Play Cast 3; 
Paper Staff 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Assis- 
tant Bus Driver 3, 4. 



CATHERINE PADDISON HAYNES 
Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Paper Staff 1, 2, 3; 
Cheerleader 2; Class Vice President 4; 
Assistant Senior Editor of Annual 4. 





Seniors 



SAMUEL LOVE HIGHSMITH, JR. 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Watch 
Dog 4; 4-H Club 1 , 2; Football 1 , 2; Base- 
ball 1,2. 



FLORENCE ANN HOOD 
Beta Club 3,4; Marshall 3,4; Play Cast 3; 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; 
Paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Club Editor 
4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
President 3; Basketball 2. 





ROSE MARIE HORRELL 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; 
Paper Staff 4. 



HERMINEA CATHERINE JASPER 
F. H. A. 1 , 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 2; Glee 
Club 1,2,3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4, Re- 
porter 3, Secretary 4; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Paper Staff 3,4; Class Reporter 2, 4; An- 
nual Staff 4. 






LOUISE GRADY JOHNSON 
Paper Staff 1,2, 3,4, Editor 4; F. H. A. 
1 ,2, 3,4, Secretary 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Beta Club 3, 4, Reporter 3, Secretary 4; 
Marshall 3 , 4; Play Cast 3; Cheerleader 
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2; Class 
Reporter 1,2; Annual Art Editor 4; Girl's 
State 3; Winner of Recitation Contest 3. 



WILLIAM PETER JONKHEER 
Football 4; Play Cast 3. 






CARLTON LEVERNE LANIER 
F. F. A. 1 , 2, 3, 4, President 4; Glee Club 
1,2,3; 4-H Club 1 , 2, 3; Reporter of F . F . 
A. Federation 4; Paper Staff 4; Bus Driver 
3, 4; Winner of Declamation Contest 2. 



JOYCE MARIE MASSENGILL 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Paper Staff 4; Play Cast 3; 4-H Club 3. 





Settlors 



TIM JEFFERSON McKOY 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 1,2,3,4; 
Play Cast 3; Glee Club 3. 



DAVID MARSHALL MOORE 
Football 1; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; 4-H Club 
1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3; Paper Staff 2,4; 
Athletic Statistician 2, 3, 4. 






FLETCHER McCLURE MURRAY 
MonogramClub 1 , 2 , 3 , 4; F . F . A . 1 
3, 4; Football 1,2,3. 



HAZEL YVONNE PRIDGEN 
Glee Club 2, 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; F. H. A. 
1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Monogram 2, 3, 
4. 







MILDRED ANNICE RICHARDSON 
F. H.A.I, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1 , 2; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 4; Basketball 4; Bus 
Driver 4. 



EDGAR THOMAS RIVENBARK 
F. F.A.I, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 1; Football 
1, 2; Glee Club 1 . 





BETTY JAYNE RIVENBARK 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; 
Cast 3; F. H. A. 2, 3. 



Play 



SAMUEL IRVING RIVENBARK 
F. F. A. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Play Cast 3; Football 4; Annual Staff 4; Bus 
Driver 3,4. 





Seniors 



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GLENN DANIEL SELLERS 
Class Vice President l;Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Play Cast 3; Monogram Club 1, 2. 3,4; 
Football 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1,2. 



ROBERT JOYCE SUMNER 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2. 




SHELBY THOMAS SUTTON 
Glee Club 3; F. F.A.I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 
4; Baseball 3,4. 



SARAH AUGUSTA SWAIN 
F. H.A.I; Class Secretary 1; Reporter on 
Paper Staff 2,3,4; Annual Business Mana- 
ger 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Substitute Marshall 3, 4. 



BETTY THOMPSON 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3 4- 
Pape-r Staff 1,2,3,4, Business Manager 
4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief 3, 4; High 
School Editor of Annual; Monogram Club 
3, 4; Play Cast 3; Winner of Recitation 
Contest 2; Girl's State 3; Substitute Mar- 
shall 3, 4. 



ISABELLE MARIE TOKOLY 
F.H.A.1,2,3,4, Reporter 3; Glee Club 
1.2,3, 4; Paper Staff 3; Annual Staff 4- 
Basketball 2. 



JAMES BARDEN WELLS 
Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Monogram 
Club 1 ,2, 3,4, Vice President 3, President 
4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, 
Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1, 

2, 3, 4; Marshall 3, 4; Class President 2, 

3, Vice President 1; Annual Staff 4; Play 
Cast 3. 



ELEANOR GREY WELLS 
Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 
4-H Club 1, 2; Paper Staff 3, 4. 






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SAMUEL HUDSON WELLS 
F. F. A. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Bus Driv- 
er 4 . 



OTHO SYLVESTER WELLS 
F. F. A. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Bus Driv- 
er 4. 



PATRICIA AMELIA WOOTEN 
Class President 1; Class Sec- 
retary 2,3,4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 
3,4, Secretary 2; 4-H Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 2, 
President 1 , 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Paper Staff 2,3,4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Beta 
Club 3, 4, Vice President 3; 
Girl's State 3; Marshall 3, 4. 



JOE JASPER, JR. 



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Warren Young President 

Linda Son Vice President 

Elizabeth Rich Secretary 

Myra Lee Newkirk .... Treasurer 



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juniors 



Lucille Allred 
Betty Mae Blanchard 
Lynda Blossom 
Joe Casey 



Rosemary Casha 
Kenneth Cowan 
Lawatha Crews 
Ronnie Davis 



Bill Davis 
Sara Durham 
Joe Evonovich 
Faye Fields 



Jimmy Hall 
Shirley Hanchey 
Frances Hardson 
Pat Ives 



Bill Jackson 
Junny James 
Johnny Johnson 
Elaine Jonkeer 



Glenda Jordan 
Julia Langston 
Gene Lanier 
Robert Leimone 



juniors 



Russell Lewis 
Bill Malpass 
Dan Malpass 
Marshall Mauney 



Milton Murray 
Evander MeLendon 
Myra Lee Newkirk 
Bernice Pierce 



Larry Pridgen 
Carolyn Powers 
Mary Elna Ramsey 
Elizabeth Rich 



Pink Rowe 
Jimmey Saunders 
Alfred Sidbury 
Linda Son 



Billy Spender 
John Leslie Taylor 
Carlene Wells 



Warren Young 





Sophomore Class Officers , w 

Mary Jane Strickland President 

Virginia Williams . . . Vice President 

Shelia Lanier Secretary 

Mary Hazel Moore Treasurer 





Sophomores 



Donny Augustine 
Gene Ballard 
Don Barber 
Ann Batson 
Julian Blackburn 



Ramona Blake 
Mike Boryk 
Joyce Brinkley 
Judy Bryant 
Bradford Campbell 



Jane Chadwick 
Mamie Chadwick 
Carolyn Cooper 
Mildred Crews 
Patsy Croom 



Sally Davis 
Judy Dawson 
Pete Ferrior 
Eddie Federonka 
Sharon Harrell 



Morris Herring 
Linwood Hewett 
Annie Lee Horrell 
Tommy Horskey 
Bob White Johnson 



Margie Justice 
Andrew Katalinic 
Tommy Karwaski 



Mary Ann Kraynick 
Ellen Lanier 




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Sophomores 



Shelia Lanier 
Barden Lanier 
John Leimone 
David Marshburn 



Bedie McKoy 
Mary Hazel Moore 
Philip Moore 
Vernon Murray 



Bev Paul 
Elsie Powell 
Betty Lou Powers 
Betty Richardson 



Jo Ann Riggs 
Floyd Rivenbark 
Julia Rivenbark 
John Rowe 



Cecil Sasser 
Ralph Smith 
Mary Jane Strickland 
Julia Thigpen 



Evelyn Wallace 
Eugene Wells 
Whrens Williams 
Virginia Williams 



Kathryn Woodcock 
Ronald Wooten 
Phyliss Wooten 
Judy Wooten 




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Jreskman Class Officers 

Brenda Barger Secretary 

Gurney Hood ......... President 

Kenneth Mozingo . . . Vice President 
Carol Hewett Treasurer 




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Frances Allred 
Sidney Balcombe 
Brenda Barger 
Bobby Bell 
Annette Blackmore 



Harry Blizzard 
Elizabeth Bloodworth 
Buddy Blossom 
Marvin Bowden 
Jackie Brinson 



Barbara Burton 
Julia Carr 
Ray Chadwick 
Byron Croom 
Sara Devane 



Carolyn Durner 
Carl Flake 
Gregg Futch 
Hattie Mae Hall 
Detrea Henderson 



Carol Hewett 
Gurney Hood 
Billy Horrell 
Harvel Horrell 
Emily Horrell 



Jennings Humphrey 
Tracy James 
Louie Johnson 
Scarlett Johnson 
Frances J ustice 



Teddy Karwoski 
Sonny Langston 
Douglas Lanier 
David Lanier 
Julian Lanier 



Jreskmen 



Ethel Jane Lanier 
Edith Ann Mallard 
Judy Meadows 
Alex Mecks 
Kenneth Mozingo 



Horace Murray- 
Joyce Ann Murray 
Gale Newkirk 
Linda Paluck 
Holly Paul 



Betty Jean Price 
Betty Pridgen 
Joyce Ramsey 
Carolyn Ramsey 
Betty Lou Raynor 



Betty Riggs 
Jerry Rivenbark 
Allene Rowe 
Charles Ruddell 
Jeanette Saunders 



Linda Sherman 
Mary Nette Sisson 
Bill Smith 

Christine Summerline 
Barbara Tokoly 



Ross Trawick 
Louise Wallace 
Micky Wells 
Milton Wells 
Nathaniel Wells 



Pearline Wells 
Gene Wells 
Paula Williams 
Mary Ann Wolfe 
Carol Gene Wood 




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Janet Arnold, Judy Autry, Peggy Batson, Jacob Beasley, Worth Beverage, Ray Blanchard, Velma 
B Ian ton, Annette Boryk, Mary Ruth Bowden, Richard Brown, Graham Carter, Aaron Croom , 
Vera Croom , Larry Col v in , Stacy Covin, Dionne Cowan, Le'anard Deal, Thomas Deal, Edwin 
Debois, Jean England, Steve Evonovich, Pat Flood, Ellen Caryl Futch, Josette Futch, Judy Gid- 
dens , Freddy Gorsky, Barbara Hall, Sallie James , Stuart Jones , Raymond Jorden, Betty Lanier, 
Jean Lanier, Judy Leimone, Graham Littleton, Edward Mauney, Chinnis McKoy, Judy McKoy, 
David McLendon, Merle Medows , Christy Murray, Dewey Padgett, Jenny Rhodes, Audrey Riv- 
enbark, Linda Richardson, Penelope Rivenbark, Martha Rowe, Thelma Saunders, Phyliss Sher- 
man, Herman Strickland, Graham Sumner, Patricia Tatum , Bill Taylor, Bobby Taylor, David 
Thigpen, Dickie Thigpen, Donna Walton, John David Watkins , Ervin Wells, Linda Wells , P. H. 
Wells, David Williams. Not Pictured - Donald Ball. 




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Grade 7 




MacBeasley, Fay Blancha rd , Bobby Eolick, Audr iy Bond, Betty Bowden, Kay Bowen, Joe Brink- 



ley, Wade Burton, Katie Carter, Kent Carte 



Davis, Linda Deal, Joa 



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Patsy Croom, J. B. Croom, Pat 



n Eakins, Roger Flynn, Bonnie Fulcher , Frank Futch , Needham Hall , 



Robert Harris, Glenda Johnson , Eugene Jordan, Clara Justice, Johnny Kraynick, Paul Kra 



Hazel Lanier , S e 1 



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uis Leimone, Ruth Lewis, Bob Lewis, Curtis Malpass, Carol 



Ann McDamel, Stonie McKoy, Ethel Meeks , Ardrey Murray, Anita Fay Murray, Faith Murra 



Sandra Pope, Robbie Powell, Delores Ra 



enbark, Jimmy Rivenbark, Martin Rivenbark, Ad 



msey, Allen Rivenbark, Dewey Rivenbark, J 



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Glenda Sellars , Stanley Siss 



Vdovich, Linda Warters , Nellie Watki 
Frances Wells, Franklin Worrell, Mar\ 



on, Twylah Smith, Susan Sc 



rian Ruddell, Brevet Saunders, Louis Sawver, 



Louise Sumner, Nick Vdc 



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Bessie Wells, Billy Wells, Daniel Wells, Donald Wells, 
in Worrell, Bert Yates. 



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Jimrme Albertson, Mary Ann Batson , Hodges Bell , Mane Blackmore , Donnie Blanchard, Ronnie 
r^~ ar T'HH a nT t^l C %l nle B ° liCk ' Sandra BrOWn " Sue Campbell, Carol Cantwell, Billy 

Adllin Jl rt V ey 'Jf ° nChadwick ' Bi11 Chaffin, Wayne Cowan, Ralph Croom, Rose Coon, 
Adell Deal, Charles Deal, James Deal, Eddie Devane, Hazel Dubose. Everett Durham, Loui 
Evanovich. Harold Fields. Kenneth Futch, Dianne Griffin, Jerry Guy, Ann Harrell, Lillian Ann 
R a ,T\^ ? m 6 C S ' Carol y n Horrell, Marion Lee Johnson, Dorothy Lewis, J 1 mmy Lew.s, 

Billy Manley, Nancy Mauney, Cheryl McNeill, Freddie McKoy, Brenda Fay Murray .Marsha 
Murray, Melba Murray, William Naumuk, Johnny Powell, Jimmy Price . Sandra Pndgln Pe 
Ramsey Larry Richardson, Carolyn Rivenbark, Edward Rivenbark, Hazel Rivenbark, Thurman 
Rivenbark David Sanderson, Mary Saunders, Nancy Sholar.BUlie Lou Simmons, David Summer- 
Ln.Gary Trawick T.rr .Turner, Lincoln Wells. Nancy Wells , Robert Wells , Mary Jo White , 
George A. Yates. Not Pictured - Mandy Carter . ' ' 



Grade 4 




Billy Albertson, Elizabeth Bakalar, Roy Barnhill, Nancy Batson, Murray Batson, Delmar Beas- 
ley, Billy Bland, Linda Bland, Faye Blanton, Steve Blanton, Isabella Casey , Barbara Chadwick, 
Carolyn Coburn, Nancy Croom .Donnie Dale, Dona Id Deal, Nancy Deal , Ray Deal, Clarence Eaton , 
Brenda English, Linda Gorsky, Geraldine Harris, Lloyd Harris, Kay Herring, Arlene Higgins , 
Carl Higgins , Donnie Horrell, Julia Humphery , Don Johnson, Melva Johnson, Gloria Krockmalny, 
Billy Lanier, Judy Massengill, Peggy Matthews, Mary Joe Moore, Shirley Mozingo, Alma Joyce 
Murray, Sylvia Murray , Edwa rd Peterson , Tommy Robbins , Charles Rowe, Roy Rowe.Jr., Joyce 
Rivenbark, Rowe Sawyer, Frankie Seamster , Anita Shepard , Patty Simpson , Agnes Smith, Nancy 
Swain, Carolyn Taylor, Kay Taylor, Harry Thomas , Albert Watkins , Eugene Watkins , Penny 
Whiteside, Bonnie Wells, Elsie Wells, Roger Wells, Linda Williams. 



Grade 3 




Wright Anderson, Herriet Baker, Janice Barger, James Barnhill, Becky Batson, Tommy Blake, 
Lmwood Bond, Ross Bowden, Thomas Bradshaw, Louise Brown, Earnest Carter, Betty Chadwick, 
Eugene Chadwick, Joyce Coburn, Robert Colvin.Gary Covil, Gerald Croom, Mary Croom, Eddie' 
Deal, Jimmy Dean, Mary Ann DuBose, Jo Ann Fulcher, Annetta Grady, Shirley Griffin, Dianne 
Hardison, Richard Harrell, Judy Hewet, Lois Higgins, Linda Howard, Sandra Howard, Paula 
Jones, Betty Jane Kraynick, Joan La viski, Amelia Leimone, Patricia Leimone, Aaron Littleton, 
Sue Manley.Glenda Moore, Stanley Murray , Linda Naumak, Mary Ann Naumak, Elizabeth Park- 
er , Jane Peterson, Thomas Prescott, Cary Rivenbark, Diane Rivenbark, Jimmy Rivenbark, 
Ronnie Rivenbark, Suzanne Rivenbark, Sherrol Rouse, Rachel Rowe, Glenda Sholar, Ronald Sum- 
merlin, Joe Knox Taylor , Gladys Thomas .Brenda Thomson, Linda Thomson, Carolyn We lis , David 
Wells, Susan Wiley, Elaine Yates. Not Pictured - Mickael English, Dempsey Howard. 



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Kay Barnhill, Linda Batson, Glenda Beasley, Bobby Beverage, John Wright Blake, Dorothy Bliz- 
zard, Nellie Blizzard, Donald Bowden , Clyde Burgess, Louise Chadwick, David Clark, Bob Hugh 
Corbett, Johnny Cowan, Larry Croom , Lynn Croom, Priscilla Oroom , Phillip Deal, Betsy Dees, 
Vernon Eakins , Glenda Fussell , Lynette Grady, Buddy Griffin, Cecily Gyetvai, Brenda Hardison, 
Laura Hardison, Carl Harrell, Cynthia Highsmith, Graham Jorden, Cynthia Justice, Joe Kray- 
nick, Rosemary Krockmalny, Donnie Lane, Linda Lane, Laverne Lanier, Maxine Lanier, Stevie 
Malpass, Alice Manley, Sherry Manley, Dennis Massengill, Frankie McCoy, Sherry Meeks, 
Patsy Mozingo, Fred Murray, Larry Murray, George Norris, Edith Paluck, Roy Paul, Tommy 
Pope, Kenneth Powell, Billy Prescott , Gary Pridgen, James Rivenbark, Phillip Rivenbark, San- 
dra Rivenbark, Teresia Rivenbark, Linda Sasser, Jo Sherman, Linda Simpson, Wayne Turner, 
Tommy Vick, M.C. Warters, Bobby Watkins, Eddie Wells , Janet Wells, Jeff Wells, Johnnie 
Wells, Philip Wells, Phyllis Wells, Shirley Wells, Vickie Wells. 



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Annetta Anderson, Bill Baker, Eddie Blake, Gloria Jean Bowden, Jul.a Ann Brown, Linwood 
Brown, Sally Carter, Linda Kay Chad wick, Susan Lynn Chaffin, Danny Colvin, Kathy Croom, 
Julia Ann Deal, Laurie Elmer Debose, Odessa English, Ray Evanovich, Leigh Futch, Charlie 
Grover, Jimmy Harrell, Steve Henderson, Sharon Higgins, Irene Hulbert, Marion Kelly, Shirley 
Kennedy, Jimmy Kraynick, Kenny Lane, Sherleen Lanier, Tommy Lewis, Mary Alice Leimone, 
Kate Lockey, Linda Gale Manley, Jo Lynn Martin, Evelyn Marshburn, Billy Moore, Vance Mc - 
Daniel, Evelyn Mozingo, Linda Murray, Stanley Nakoneczny, Dick Naumak, Donny Norris, Gar- 
land Odoms, Bill Peedin, Brenda Sue Pridgen, Charlie Pullen, Celia James Ramsey, Johnny 
Rhem, Edward Rivenbark, Geneva Rivenbark, Glenn Rivenbark, Myra Rivenbark, Nora Wray 
Rivenbark, Roger Rivenbark, Timmy Rivenbark, Wayne Rivenbark, Linda Robbins, Grady Roupe, 
James Leon Royal, Johnny Russ, Danny Sanderson, Lee Simpson, Nona Lee Summerlin, Anne 
Watkins, Joseph Watkins, Archie Ray Wells, Bonnie Wells, Jane Westbrook, Jerry Wheeler, 
Joseph Lee Williams, Terry Worrell. 



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Editor-in-Chief . . Carolyn Brown 
Business Manager . . . Sally Swain 



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Planning and editing our first WAGRUB 
has been one of the happiest experiences 
of our four years in high school. We have 
worked to make it an accurate record, a 
treasure chest of memories and a year- 
book that will be a great credit to our 
class of 1956. 



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During its eight years of existence the 
Beacon has striven to uphold the standards 
of our school, to offer pleasing reading 
material for students and friends, and to 
extend an opportunity to those in high 
school who wish to gain newspaper know- 
ledge. 








First Row, left to right: Mary Ann Dixon, Carolyn Brown, Pat Ives, Barden Wells, Lou John- 
son, Warren Young, Laura Jean Bowling. Second Row: Pat Wooten, Linda Son, Myra New- 
kirk, John Taylor, Jimmy Saunders, Peggy Hardison, Florence Hood, Carolyn Powers. 



neta Club 




OFFICERS 

President Barden Wells 

Secretary. . .^. . . . Lou Johnson 
Vice-President . . Warren Young 
Treasurer Pat Ives 




future Homemakers Of America 



OFFICERS 

Song Leader . . Mildred Richardson 
Treasurer .... .Mary Arm Dixon 
Vice-President .... Pat Wooten 
President . . . Myra Lee Newkirk 
Secretary . . . Virginia Williams 

Historian Lou Johnson 

Reporter . . . Laura Jean Bowling 
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future farmers 




OFFICERS 



Carlton Lanier 
Gene Lanier . . 
Bill Davis . . . 
Shelby Sutton 
Buddy Blossom 
Sam Highsmith 
W. C. Blackmore 



. . President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Reporter 
Sentinel 
Advisor 



The Future Farmers of America is a national organi- 
zation by and for boys studying vocational agriculture in 
public high schools. The F. F. A. was founded in 1928, and 
active local chapters are found in every state, North Caro- 
lina having about 500. The official colors of the F. F. A. 
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Samuel Wells Tim McKoy, Carlton Lanier, Junny James, Sam Highsmith, Sam Rivenbark, Jim- 
my Powers Kenneth Cowan, Carlton Wells, Buddy Blossom, Bill Jackson, Bill Malpass, Evander 

S7en n de°r' n"n n** n' ^"i™ B ° wden ' David Eakins - M *^™ Murray, Robert Leimone, Billy 
Spender Bill Davis, Dan Malpass, Andrew Katalinic, Barden Lanier, Jerry Rivenbark Morris 

"!"T g ' E T n * Z SlU l? my S° rreU " ° OUglaS Lanier ' Ronald W °° ten ' Gene Ballard, DonnTe Au 
gustine , David Marshburn, Vernon Murray, Linwood Hewitt, Floyd Rivenbark, Sonny Langston, 

Flake' BflU'-ft S""* r ' Ha "y Blizzard - H ° ra " Murray, David Lanier, Julian Lanierfcarl 
* lake. Bill Smith Byron Croom, Teddy Korwoski, Horvell Horrell, Nathaniel Wells, Greee Futch 

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First Row, left to right: Annette Blackmore, Brenda Barger, Sandra Crews, Joyce Brinkley, Judy 
Meadows, Marjorie Justice, Barbara Jean Burton, Isabelle Tokley, Carolyn Powers, Mamie Chad- 
wick, Elizabeth Bloodworth. Second Row: Alene Rowe, Betty Lou Raynor, Hattie Mae Hall, Bar- 
bara Tokley, Julia Thigpen, Romona Blake, Emily Horrell, Herminea Jasper, Virginia Williams, 
Catherine Haynes, Joyce Ramsey, Betty Richardson. Third Row: Laura Jean Bowling, Sally Swain, 
Gale Newkirk, Evelyn Wallace, Patsy Croom, Katherine Woodcock, Louise Wallace, Betty Lou 
Powers, Mary Hazel Moore, Lynda Blossom, Patricia Ives, Jane Chadwick, Ethel Lanier. Fourth 
Row: Be mice Pierce, Glenda Faye Jordan, Elaine Jonkheer, Betty Jean Price, Florence Hood, 
Rosemary Casha, Mary Anne Wolfe, Sharon Harrell, Lucille Allred, Carolyn Durner, Mary Ann 
Kraynick. Fifth Row: Mildred Richardson, Shirley Hanchey, Edith Ann Mallard, Marynette Ses- 
soms, Judy Wooten, Linda Son, Mary Ann Dixon, Frances Hardison,* Carolyn Brown, Pat Wooten. 
Sixth Row: Phyllis Wooten, Betty Lee Flake, Julia Carr, Sara Devane, Betty Pridgen, Hazel Prid- 
gen, Eleanor Wells, Joyce Massengill, Lou Johnson. Seventh Row: Rose Horrell, Carlene Wells, 
Mary Jane Strickland, Carolyn Cooper, Mildred Crews, Myra Newkirk, Carolyn Ramsey, Mary 
Elna Ramsey, Judy Bryant. Eighth Row: Marlene Burton, Peggy Hardison, Elsie Powell, Frances 
Allred, Jeanette Saunders, Betty Blanchard, Kay Farrior, Betty Thompson, Gloria Flynn, Elizabeth 
Rich, Mrs. Forest Mallard - Director. 



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First Row, left to right: Michael Boryk, Whrens Williams, Marshall Mauney, David Moore, Samuel 
Rivenbark. Second Row: Andrew Katalinic, Beverly Paul, Dan Sellars, David Eakins, John Lei- 
mone, Julian Blackburn, Douglas Lanier. Third Row: Russell Lewis, Pete Farrior, Tommy Hors- 
ky, Jimmy Saunders, Billy Spender, Buddy Blossom, Ray Chadwick. Fourth Row: Richard Brick- 
house, John Robert Guy, Larry Pridgen, Barden Wells, Gene Lanier, Tim McKoy, Farrell Casey, 
Bill Smith. Not pictured: Harvel Horrell, Teddy Karwoski, Charles Ruddell, Detrea Henderson, 
Jennings Humphrey, Ross Trawick, Bobby Bell, Gurney Hood, Jerry Rivenbark, Bob Johnson, Don 
Augustine. 




OFFICERS 

President ...... Barden Wells 

Vice-President .... Gene Lanier 

Secretary Myra Newkirk 

Treasurer . . . Herminea Jasper 



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The Burgaw football team, scoring 163 points for their opponent's 77, hung up a 4-3-1 record 
by utilizing the split T and winged T but usually using the single wing. Only four senior lettermen 
are graduating: John Durner, Barden Wells, Dan Sellers, and Bill Jonkheer. If next year's play- 
ers improve as they should, Burgaw will have a powerhouse for sure. 



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September 23 
September 30 
October 7 
October 14 
October 21 
November 4 
November 11 



Smithfield 

LaGrange 

Mt. Olive 

Beulaville 

Warsaw 

Southport 

Richlands 

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Co -captains 

Barden Wells 
Dan Sellers 
John Durner 



Manager 
Don Barber 




Pete Farrior 

End 

Warren Young 
Back 



Gene Lanier 
Tackle 

Tommy Karwoski 
Back 



Joe Casey 
Guard 

Mike Boryk 
Back 



Barden Wells 
Center 

John Durner 
Back 



Dan Sellers 
Guard 

Russell Lewis 
Back 



Bill Jonkheer 
End 

Evander McLendon 
End 

Bill Davis 
Back 



Jimmy Saunders 
Guard 

Larry Pridgen 
End 

Bill Malpass 
End 









Uaseball 




First Row, left to right: Barden Wells, Carlton Carr, Ronnie Davis, Mike Boryk, Russell Lewis, 
Larry Sasser, John Durner . Second Row: Joe Casey, Pete Farrior, Coach Hewlett, Manager 
Bev Paul, Statistician Whrens Williams, James Tokoly, Morris Herring, Thomas Merritt, Don 
Barber. 

The Burgaw baseball team made an average showing during the spring season of 1955, winning 
five games and losing five. Three member s of the team graduated with the class of '55: Carlton 
Carr, pitcher; James Tokoly, outfielder; Larry Sasser, outfielder. Two members of the team are 
in the present graduating class: John Durner, pitcher, first baseman; Barden Wells, third base- 
man. 

The '56 season should be most successful for the Burgaw team because of the fine talent avail- 
able and the coaching which the boys will receive. 




Keys' basketball Zeam 



Co-captains 

Jimmy Hall 

Robert Leimone 




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This year the Burgaw Basketball Team 
consists of sixteen boys, nine of whom play reg- 
ularly: Mike B o r y k , John Durner, Pete Far - 
rior, Jimmy Hall, Morris Herring, Gurney Hood, 
Gene Lanier, Robert Leimone, and Warren 
Young. Remembering last year's losses through 
the season and then the surprise of winning the 
county tournament, the team wishes to have a 
successful ending in both phases this year. 



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Herminea Jasper . . . Co -Captain 









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Betty Thompson, chief; Mary Jane Strickland, Kay Farrior, Lou John- 
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Elizabeth Rich, Virginia Williams. 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Barden Wells 

Sally Swain 



BEST LOOKING 

John Durner 

Mary Anna Blossom 



FRIENDLIEST 

Shelby Sutton 

Laura Jean Bowling 



Superlatives 



BEST ALL AROUND 

Barden Wells 

Pat Wooten 



MOST ATHLETIC 

John Durner 
Hazel Pridgen 



WITTIEST 
Farrell Casey 
Carolyn Brown 





CUTEST 

Shelby Sutton 

Catherine Hayne: 



MOST TALENTED 
David Moore 
Lou Johnson 



BEST DANCERS 

John Durner 
Betty Thompson 



Superlatives 



BEST PERSONALITY 

Barden Wells 

Betty Thompson 



UNIQUE 

Dan Sellers 

Catherine Haynes 



MOST DIGNIFIED 

Homer Hall 

Laura Jean Bowling 





MOST POPULAR 

John Durner 
Mary Anna Blossom 



MOST STUDIOUS 

Barden Wells 
Peggy Hardison 



BEST DRESSED 

Homer Hall 
Lou Johnson 



Superlatives 



MOST AMBITIOUS 

Barden Wells 

Sally Swain 



MOST CO-OPERATIVE 

Homer Hall 

Mary Anne Dixon 



BEST SPORTS 

John Durner 
Hazel Pridgen 




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Lou Johnson 



Eleanor Wells 




Carolyn Brown 




Mary Anne Dixon 



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Sam Highsmilh 





Joyce Massengill 



Herminea Jasper 





Sally Swain 





Mildred Richardson 



Florence Hood 







Betty Thompson 



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Betty Lee Flake 



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Shelby Sutton 



Marlene Burton 




Samuel Wells 




David Moore 




Gloria Flynn 



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John Burner 




Barden Wells 




Otho Wells 




Marianna Blossom 




Laura Jean Bowling 




Bobby Sumner 




Pat Wooten 



Marshals 




Seniors H Caps find Qowns 




Snapshots 




fteauty 




County Beauty Contestants, left to right: Paula Williams; Linda Son; Linda Bio. 
som, winner; Lou Johnson; and Shirley Hanchey. 



Betty Thompson 
HOMECOMING QUEEN 




Class Reporters 




Bus Drivers 




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Cunch Koom Staff 



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Above, left to right: Theresa Moore, Bessie 
M. Respus, Wandra M. White, Eleanor Bowden, 
and Luberta Armstrong. 




A. B. Johnson 
Head Janitor 



janitors 



George Pew, Jr. 
Assistant 




Snapshots 






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"FIRST 
EDITION" TIME IN BURGAW ! 



With this first edition of The Wagrub, congratulations 
are in order. 

Spell Wagrub backward or forward and it still spells 
progress of the finest kind. It reveals the same spirit of 
initiative and enterprise that has marked the accomplishments 
of Burgaw citizens in the Finer Carolina Program. What 
makes it even more heartening is that this spirit is so much 
in evidence among Burgaw's younger folks. 

So congratulations to all of you at Burgaw High on this 
First Edition of your Annual, The Wagrub. May your Annual 
andeachofyou meet with continued success in the years that 
lie ahead. 



HELPING TO BUILD 



(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY) 




The upper crust is just a bunch of crumbs stuck together by 
their own dough. 



"Say It With Flowers" 
from 

WILL REHDER FLORIST 

Dial 9649 
Wilmington North Carolina 



In Jacksonville It's 



ADLERS For Values 



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AVENAUGH 
HEVROLET 
OMPANY 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



WOOTEN TURKEY FARM 
AND HATCHERY 

Breeders of Broad Breast 
Bronze Turkeys 

Phone 4833 
Maple Hill North Carolina 



ALLEN'S FARM SUPPLY 
Purina Chows 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



BOOMTOWN FURNITURE 



Jacksonville 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 

KRAMER'S DEPT. STORE 

Wallace North Carolina 




.17.V. DEE5 kt*. UHLUCS 



Jacksonville 



North Carolina 



LANIER'S GROCERIES 

Feeds Seeds Meats 
General Merchandise 



Maple Hill 



North Carolina 



BLANC HARD 
PONTIAC COMPANY INC. 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



HENRY'S SUPER MARKET 

Open 7 Days A Week 
Meat and Groceries 

Railroad Street 
Jacksonville North Carolina 



HUSSY WAREHOUSE 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



Women's faults are many, 
Men have only two, 

Everything they say, 

And everything they do. 



Homer H.: How do you keep eating in the cafeteria? 

Pete F.: Oh, I just take a tablespoon of Drano three times a day. 



Trucks Cars Tractors 



PENDER MOTOR SALES 



50>rd< 



Your Friendly Ford Dealer 

Phone 27 
Burgaw North Carolina 



WESTBROOK'S 


FIVE &TEN CENTS STORE 


Burgaw North Carolina 



FARRIOR'S 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



Burgaw 



FUTCH'S 

(Esso) 

SERVICE 

Phone 32 

North Carolina 




DURHAM DRUG COMPANY 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 







TASTY 


PIG 


GRILL 








Hot Dogs 


and 


Bar BQ 








Paul Shepard 


Owner 




Roc 


:ky 


Point 




North C. 


arolina 







R. L. 


WRIGHT 






PHILCO 


TELEVISION 
and 






APPLIANCES 


Ro< 


:ky 


Point 


North Carolina 



PEARSALL'S 

SELF-SERVICE GROCERY 
Rocky Point North Carolina 



John D.: Life is like a deck of cards. 

Lou: How? 

John: When you are in love it is hearts. Whey you are engaged it is 

diamonds. When you marry it is clubs. When you die it is spades. 



Old Lady: Digging out holes? 

Laborer: No, Ma'am, I'm digging out dirt and leaving the holes. 



THE NEW RIVER 
MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 



Extends Its Sincere Congratulations 
to You the Graduate 




Jacksonville, North Carolina 



SEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY 



NEW RIVER PHARMACY 



DAUGHTRY'S ESSO STATION 



NEW RIVER BARBER SHOP 



BOY LAN PEARCE 



ROSE'S 5 AND 10 



NEW RIVER MANAGEMENT 



WATSON'S MENS SHOP 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



COLONIAL STORE 



NEW RIVER CLEANERS 



GLAMOR SHOP 



NEW RIVER BEAUTY SHOP 



THOM McAN 



RENN'S TOYVILLE 



NEW RIVER SHOP REPAIR 



Friendly Merchants Serving A Friendly Community 



Farrell C: Did you hear the joke about the little moron that went 

around saying "uh uh" all the time? 
Bobby Sumner: Uh uh. 



Doctor: How's the boy who swallowed the half-dollar? 
Nurse: No change yet, doctor. 



RADIO STATION WGNI 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Chinquapin 



M.L. LANIER STORE 



PHILCO 



R. C. A. 



MAYTAG 



Demming Water Pumps 
American Standard Plumbing 



North Carolina 



E.W. GODWINS SONS 

MANUFACTURERS OF LUMBER 

AND 

DEALERS IN BUILDERS SUPPLIES 

Everything to Build the House 



Wilmington 



Dial 7747 



P. O. Box 1806 



North Carolina 



Mr. Hewlett: For this job we want a responsible man. 

Gregg F.: I'm the guy you're looking for. Everywhere I've worked when 
something went wrong they told me I was responsible. 



Gene L.: I don't want to scare you, Mrs. Futch, but my father said if I 
don't get better grades, someone is due for a licking. 



HAYNES 


FLOWERS 


Pho 


ne 148 


Burgaw 




North Carolina 


BURGAW RADIO & 


TV SERVICE 


Box 562 




Phone 229 


"We Sell 


the 


Best & 


Service 


the 


Rest" 


Burgaw 




North Carolina 



DAVID'S SANDWICH SHOP 

For That After -School Snack 
Burgaw North Carolina 



GEORGE'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 

For 
Your 
Car's 
Care 



mrgaw 



North Carolina 



PIGGLY WIGGLY STORE 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



WESTERN AUTO 



lurgaw 



North Carolina 



BURGAW DEPARTMENT STORE 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



ROCHELLE FURNITURE COMPANY 



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urgaw 



North Carolina 



PULLEN 
THE JEWELER 




lurgaw 



North Carolina 



MARGARET DAVIS' 
BEAUTY NOOK 



lurgaw 



North Carolina 



McDANIEL MILLING CO. 

Feed Seed Fertilizer 
Farm Supplies 

Phone 2-2630 
Burgaw North Carolina 



WORSLEY OIL COMPANY 



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Burgaw 



North Carolina 



Hazel: Is your sister spoiled? 

Dan: No, that's just the perfume she's wearing. 



Mrs. McCullen: Tell me something about the men who signed the 

Declaration of Independence. 
Larry P.: They're all dead. 



Life Begins 
With A New Hair -Do 



THE ELEANOR BEAUTY SHOP 

Phone 147 
Burgaw North Carolina 



Compliments of 



SHEFFIELD BROS. STOCKYARD 
and SHEFFIELD'S WAREHOUSE 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



FOY ROE b COMPANY 



Dependable Merchandise 



9 North Front Street 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



TRUAX VENEER COMPANY 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



Z. J. CARTER & SON 

We build and furnish 
the home 

Telephone 435-1 
Wallace North Carolina 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 





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Wallace 




North Carolina 



BLOCK SOUTHLAND 
SPORTSWEAR 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Neighbor: They tell me your son is on the high school football team. 

Do you know what position he plays ? 
Mrs. Durner: I'm not sure, but I think he is one of the drawbacks. 



Rose Horrell (in the school cafeteria): "Mrs. Ivey, what do you call this 

stuff-coffee or tea?" She sneered, "It tastes like kerosene." 
Mrs. Ivey: If it tastes like kerosene, it must be coffee. The tea tastes like 
turpentine. 



All School Supplies 
Sold in Burgaw High School 

Come from 



E.C. MOORE AND COMPANY 



117 Hanover Street 



Notions 

Paper Specialist 

Novelties 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Carolyn B.: You think you're romantic ? Why I've forgotten about more men 

than you'll ever know. 
Joyce M.: Oh you have, huh? 
Carolyn B.: Yeah, and I sure wish I could remember some of it. 



Drunk: Ho! Lady, you got two ver' beautiful legs. 
Betty T.: (snapping): How 'would you know? 
Drunk (brightly): I counted 'em. 



Quality Seeds 

For 

Farm Garden 
Lawn 

CROSS SEED 

COMPANY, 

INCORPORATED 

Certified Seeds 
A Speciality 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



BEVERLY PAUL'S 
PLACE 



Famous Hot Dogs 

and 

Milk Shakes 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



FIRST CITIZENS 

BANK & TRUST 

COMPANY 



Complete Banking Service 
Since 1898 



Member FDIC 



Jacksonville 



North Carolina 



Mac 


MILLIAN 


BUICK 


COMPANY 


108 Nort 


h Second Street 


Telephone 


9574 and 2-2847 


Wilmington 


North Carolina 



Carlton L.: Her niece sure is pretty. 

Sam W.: Don't say knees is, say knees are. 



Bardie's nose is the biggest thing in the world that the Russians 
haven't tried to get. 



OUR 
BOOSTERS 



ROSES 5 AND 10 



JEAN'S 5 AND 10 



BILLIE BRINKLEY 



WALLACE CLEANERS 



DR. H. W. COLWELL 



S. A. LANIER'S STORE 



J. B. TURNER WATCH REPAIR 



BLANC HARD AND FARRIOR WAREHOUSE 



DR. JOHN DEES AND DR. HAROLD PEEDIN 



LOUISE COX AND L. E. RUSSELL OF AMBASSODOR STUDIO 



The epitaph on an atheist grave: Here lies a man--all dressed up 
and no where to go. 



Miss Brown: You can't go to sleep in my class! 
David M.: I could if you'd talk a little softer. 



LANGSTON MOTOR SALES 



Quality Used Cars 



E. F. Langston, Proprietor 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



CASEY LUMBER COMPANY, 

INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF NORTH CAROLINA PINE 

Air Dried Dressed 

Kiln Dried Resawn 

Phone: Burgaw Exchange 3420 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



Old Man: So you've met my son at high school? 

Edgar R.: Sure, we slept in the same English class together. 



The Duke of Windsor: The thing that impressed me most about America is 
the way the parents obey their children.- -Readers Digest. 



HOLLAND MOTOR COMPANY 




CHEVROLET 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



JOHN E. TAYLOR 

Wholesale Distributor 
Planters Peanuts and Candy 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



BURGAW AMOCO SERVICE 
and 



TONY'S PELICAN GRILL 


Phone 226-11 


Burgaw North Carolina 


Complim e nts of 


WALLACE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 


PEN -LIN DRIVE-IN THEATRE 


Wallace - North Carolina 



Shop With Confidence 

at 

LEDER BROTHERS 

and 

Wear With Pride 

Jacksonville 



North Carolina 



Congratulations 

DR. B. P. CURTIS 
Optometrist 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



AUTO EXCHANGE 

W. B. Teachey, Jr. 
R. E. Smith 

East of Post Office 
Dial 3265 
Jacksonville North Carolina 



THE JEWEL BOX INC. 

Wilmington's Largest 
Credit Jewelers 

119 North Front Street 
Wilmington North Carolina 



Compliments of 



FASHION CENTER 



For style and quality 
at low prices 
Wilmington North Carolina 



WALLACE FARMERS EXCHANGE 



Dealer /M Agent 




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Wallace 



North Carolina 



JOHNSON DRUG CO. 

Prescription REXALL Druggists 

Phone 3370 
Jacksonville North Carolina 



ANDY BULLARD MOTOR SALES 




Wallace 



SERVICE 

North Carolina 



Russel Lewis in Class: 

Now I lay me down to sleep 
The lecture's dry, the subjects deep; 
If he should quit before I wake, 
Give me a poke for goodness sake! 



Billy S.: Every time I kiss you it makes me a better man. 
Herminea: Well, you don't have to try to get to heaven in one night. 



WHITE 

ICE CREAM AND MILK 

COMPANY 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Mrs. Futch: Operator, give me eleven times thirty -one minus six 
divided by five, add to it twice the original number, and make it snappy. 



Confucius say (to senior girls): Wash face in morning; neck at night. 



BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY 



Jacksonville 



North Carolina 



X DEPARTMENT STORE 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Patronize 

those who have made 

Our Annual 

a reality. 



BLANCHARD AND FARRIOR 
WAREHOUSE 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 



Jacksonville 



North Carolina 




Junior (selling magazines): I would like to see the lady of the house. 
Maid: Lawsy, Ah specs you would. She's taking a bath! 



Glenda Jordan: Do you know that Jerry tried to put his arms around 

me three times last night? 
Carlene: Gee, what long arms! 



Compliments of 

PENDER 
LUMBER COMPANY 

Building Supplies 
Lumber 

Phone 8722 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



FOUR COUNTY 
ELECTRIC 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



DEES 


© 


DRUG STORE 


Prescriptions Filled By 


Registered Druggist Only. 


Burgaw North Carolina 



HARRELL'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 



Pender County's 
Largest Shopping Center 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



John M.: Honey, while we're sitting out here in the moonlight, I want 

to ask you a question. 
Carolyn B.: Yes, my darling? 
John M.: Could we move over a little? I'm sitting on a nail. 



Judy B. (coyly): They say that the length of a man's arm is equal to the 

circumference of a girl's waist. 
Gene L.: Really? Let's get a tape measure and see. 



Compliments of 



FIRST CITIZENS 
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 



mrgaw 



CINDERELLA BOOTERIE 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Sports Sports 

All Kinds 

SEH9fflQI 



114 Market Street 
Wilmington North Carolina 



North Carolina 



Fashion Firsts 
At 




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108 North Front Street 
Wilmington North Carolina 



Wilmington's Leading Jewelers 

KINGOFF'S 

"If It's from Kingoff's 
It's Guaranteed" 

Dial 5219 
10 North Front Street 

Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Wilmington 



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The Most Completely Modern 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

In The Eastern Carolinas 

BELK - BEERY CO., INC. 

More Than 500 National Brands 

Completely Air Conditioned 

Automatic Elevator, Escalators 

Central Package Delivery 



North Carolina 



ary Elna R.. Do you know why they buried the pigeon-toed, cross-eyed 

c a ~ . n ' on the left hand 8id e of the road? 

Sara Anne D.: 'Cause he was dead. 



Did you hear about the honey bee that got mad at the bumble bee 'cause he 
took his honey and nectar? 



E AND B OIL COMPANY 


JOBBERS SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 


Goodyear Tires 


Douglas Batteries 


NEW MODERN 

« 


TIRE RECAPPING PLANT 


Burgaw "Wallace 


Phone 4430 Phone 2081 



Father: Son, it's time we had a little talk about women. 
Jimmy S.: O.K. Pop, what do you want to know? 



Autographs 



Autographs