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Wagrub Editors 



Left to right 
First row 

Grammar School Editor Carolyn Powers 

Girls' Sports Editor Lucille Allred 

High School Editor Pat Ives 

Second row 

Snapshot Editor Shirley Hanchey 

Senior Editor Sara Durham 

Art Editor Marshall Mauney 

Club Editor Frances Hardison 

Third row 

Boys' Sports Editor Warren Young 

Business Manager Alfred Sidbury 

Editor-in-Chief John Leslie Taylor 



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THE WAGRUB OF 1957 



ohn L. Taylor 
ditor- in- Chief 



Alfred Sidbury 
Business Manager 



Annual Publication 
Volume II 



BURGAW HIGH SCHOOL 

Burgaw, North Carolina 







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foreword 



The secret of success is constancy to purpose 

--Disraeli 



Dedication 




WE, the staff of the 1957 WAGRUB, do hereby dedicate 

this annual to our teacher, advisor, and friend, 

MRS. IRENE CLARK 



. . . Because her kindness, 
understanding, patience, 
and consideration has had 
no end, 

. . . Because she has been 
an excellent example of un- 
selfishness and inspiration 
to us, has tried to prepare 
us for college, and has been 
so persistent in her teach- 
ing, 

And, finally, because by her 
everlasting help and advice 
she has been largely re- 
sponsible for the publica- 
tion of this year's and last 
year 's annuals and has been 
very active in extra-cur- 
ricular activities, 





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T. T. Murphy 
County Superintendent 



E. M. Thompson 
Principal 



School Board 



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





faculty 



Mrs. Irene Clark 
English and French 

Mrs. Elizabeth Futch 
Mathematics 

Mrs. Margaret 

McCullen 

History 



Mrs. Yetive Davis 
Home Economics 

Mrs. Katherine Brown 
Commercial 

Andy Hewlett 

Mathematics and 

Physical Education 



Miss Margaret Shaw 
Science and Driving 

Mrs. Margaret Grill 
English and History 

W. C. Blackmore 
Agriculture 



Mrs. E. M. Thompson 
Latin and Grade 8 

Not Pictured 
Mrs. Edith Mallard 
Glee Club and Piano 



Miss Dollie Rhodes 
Piano 



faculty 

Mrs. Sarah Blake 
Grade 8 



Mrs. Dorothy Norris 
Grade 7 

Mrs. Marion Bowen 
Grade 7 

Miss Margaret Purcell 
Grade 6 



Mrs. Margaret Matthews 
Grade 6 

Mrs. Edna Pullen 
Grade 5 

Mrs. Delia Blackburn 
Grade 5 

Mrs. Elizabeth Farrior 
Grade 4 



Mrs. Maude Booth 
Grade 4 

Mrs. Elizabeth Carr 
Grade 3 

Miss Ethel Baugh 
Grade 3 N 

Mrs. Kate Rowe 
Grade 3 



Mrs. Ann Sparkman 
Grade 2 

Mrs. Margaret Lucas 
Grade 2 

Miss Mary Taylor 
Grade 1 ■ 

Miss Mary Bryan 
Grade 1 



Mrs. Eloise Ivey 
Lunchroom Manager 

Mr. Marvin McLean 
Music Director 




Seniors 



If you can keep your head when all about you 

Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; 
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, 

But make allowance for their doubting, too; 
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting; 

Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies; 
Or being hated, don't give way to hating; 

And yet don't look too good, not talk too wise; 

If you can dream--and not make dreams your master; 

If you can think- -and not make thoughts your aim; 
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster, 

And treat these two impostors just the same; 
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken 

Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools; 
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, 

And strong and build them up with worn-out tools; 

If you can make one heap of all your winnings 

And risk it on the turn of pitch-and-toss, 
And lose, and start again at your beginning, 

And never breathe a word about your loss; 
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew 

To serve your turn long after they are gone, 
And so hold on when there is nothing in you 

Except the will which says to them: "Hold on"; 

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, 

Or walk with kings --nor lose the common touch; 
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you; 

If all men count with you, but none too much; 
If you can fill the unforgiving minute 

With sixty seconds' worth of distance run, 
YOURS is the Earth and everything that's in it, 

And--which is more--you'll be a Man, my son. 

--Rudyard Kipling 




Seniors 



WILLIE LUCILLE ALLRED 
Paper Staff 1,4; Business Manager 4; Annual 
Staff 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Social Chairman 1; 
Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3; 
Cheerleader 2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Basketball 
3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Reporter 1. 

BETTY MAE BLANCHARD 
Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 3; 4-H Club 1,2; 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 4. 



LYNDA MARGUERITE BLOSSOM 
Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Senior Editor 4; 4-H 
Club 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; French 
Club, Vice-President 4. 

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. 



JOSEPH RICHARD CASEY, III 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Monogram Club 
1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2. 

ROSEMARY CASHA 
Paper Staff 4; Assistant Art Editor 4; Play 
Cast 3; Substitute Cheerleader 3,4; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4. 



MARGARET ANNE CARTER 
F.H.A. 1,2; Future Business Leaders of 
America 3; Scribbler 's Club 3; Annual Typist 
4. 

KENNETH TAYLOR COWAN 
Baseball 3,4; Glee Club 4; Monogram Club 3, 
4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3. 





Seniors 



LAWTHA CREWS 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 1,2,3,4. 

RONALD NEWKIRK DAVIS 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 3,4; 
Glee Club4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Play Cast 
3; French Club 4. 



WILLIAM FARRIOR DAVIS 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Secretary2, 3; Monogram Club 
1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Bas- 
ketball 2,3. 

SARA ANNE DURHAM 
Annual Staff 3,4; Senior Editor 4; Basketball 
1,2,3; Play Cast 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; F. 
H.A. 1,2; Reporter French Club 4. 



JOSEPH EVANOVICH, JR. 
Paper Staff 1,2; Play Cast 3; Glee Club 1; 
French Club 4; President 4. 

FAYE FIELDS 
Paper Staff 3,4. 



JAMES MALCOM HALL, JR. 
F. F. A. 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Basketball, Co- 
Captain 3,4; Play Cast 3; French Club 4. 

SHIRLEY PHARISE HANCHEY 
Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; F. H.A. 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 
4; Snapshot Editor 4; Paper Staff 4; Class 
Treasurer 1,2; Secretary 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 
Play Cast 3. 



Seniors 



MARLON THOMAS HANCOCK 
F.F.A. 1; Class Vice-President 3; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 4. 

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



FRANCES ANN HARDISON 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 
3,4; Club Editor 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Play 
Prompter 3; Class Vice-President 4. 

PATRICIA ANNE IVES 
Marshall 3,4; Beta Club 3,1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 
4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Paper 
Staff 2,3,4; Class Reporter 2; Annual Staff 3, 
4; Girls State 3; Play Cast 3; Song Leader, 
French Club 4; Class Treasurer 4. 



JOHN WILLIAM JAMES, JR. 
Bus Driver 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1, 
2,3,4; Football 1,2,3. 

JOHNNIE LEE JOHNSON 

Football Assistant Manager 3; Junior Play 
Stage Manager 3; French Club 4. 



ELAINE DOROTHY JONKHEER 
4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 
1,2,3,4; Substitute Cheerleader 3,4. 

JULIA ALICIA LANGSTON 
4-H Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 
4. 





Seniors 



GENE BURON LANIER 
Football 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2, 
3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; 
Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 
2,3. 

ROBERT JUISTO LEIMONE 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Reporter 4; 
Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Monogram 
Club 2,3,4; 1st Place Winner of Magazine Sales 
3. 



TALMADGE RUSSELL LEWIS 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3; Monogram 
Club 1,2,3,4. 

WILLIAM TALMADGE MALPASS 
Football 2, 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 
3,4. 



DANIEL DEAN MALPASS 
Football 1; Glee Club 1,4; Basketball 2,3; F. 
F.A. 1,2,3,4. 

JAMES MARSHALL MAUNEY 
Band 1; Music Club 1; Glee Club 2, 3; Baseball 
1; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Art Editor 
4; Play Cast 3; 1st Place Winner Magazine 
Sales 4; 3rd Place Winner Magazine Sales 3. 



MILTON LEE MURRAY 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. 

EVANDER McLENDON 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4. 



Seniors 



DONALD RAY NANNEY 
Paper Staff ; Assistant Sports Editor 1; 
ball 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3. 



Foot- 



MYRA LEE NEWKIRK 
Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Marshall 3,4; Pa- 
per Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4. 



MYRTLE BERNICE PIERCE 
Glee Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 3,4. 

LAMAR BRENDEL PRIDGEN 
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 2,3. 



MARY CAROLYN POWERS 
GleeClub2,3,4;4-H Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 
3,4; Paper Staff 1,2,3,4; Class Reporter 1. 

MARY ELNA RAMSEY 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Paper 
Staff 3,4; Art Editor 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; 4-H 
Club 1,2,3,4; Program Chairman 4; F.H.A. 
1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3 ; Class Reporter 3,4. 



ELIZABETH PARKER RICH 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 
3,4; Paper Staff 2,3,4; Editor 4; Basketball 1, 
2,3,4; Secretary of Class 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 
Secretary 4; Cheerleader 3,4. 

JAMES ALTON SAUNDERS 
Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Glee 
Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Marshall 3,4; Play 
Cast 3; Annual Staff 4; Declamation Contest 
3; Football 1,2,3. 





Seniors 



ALFRED SPARKMAN SIDBURY 
F.F.A. 1,2; Football 1,2 ; Baseball 3; 4-H Club 
1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Business Manager 
3,4; Class President 4; Paper Staff. 

LINDA GAY SON 
Glee Club 1,2,4; Play Cast 3; Monogram Club 
3,4;4-HClub 1,2,4; President 1; Class Vice- 
President 3; Marshall 3,4; Beta Club 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Paper Staff 
1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4. 



WILLIAM EDWARD SPENDER 
F.F.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2, 
3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; French Club 4. 

JOHN LESLIE TAYLOR 
Football 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Paper Staff 
3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Boys 1 
State 3; Declamation Contest 3; Marshall 3,4; 
Play Cast 3; Beta Club 3,4. 



ROSA CARLENE WELLS 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 
1,2,3,4. 



WARREN HOYLE YOUNG 
Football 2,3,4; Basketball 3; Monogram Club 
2, 3,4; Declamation Contest 3; Class President 
1,3; Play Cast 3; Chief Marshall 3; Annual 
Staff 3,4; Boys' State 3; Beta Club 3,4. 




Mascots 

David Van Harrell, Jr. 
Rochelle Whiteside 



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'junior Class Off ken 

Left to right 

Bob Johnson President 

Mary Jane Strickland . Treasurer 

Judy Dawson Secretary 

Don Barber .... Vice-President 
John Leimone Reporter 



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juniors 



Don Augustine 
Don Barber 
Ann Bats on 



Julian Blackburn 
Buddy Blossom 
Mike Boryk 



Joyce Brinkley 
Judy Bryant 
Jane Chadwick 



Mamie Chadwick 
Carolyn Cooper 
Mildred Crews 



Patsy Croom 
Judy Dawson 
Pete Farrior 



Eddie Federonko 
Sharon Harrell 
Morris Herring 





juniors 



Linwood Hewett 
Tommy Horsky 
Bob Johnson 



Tommy Karwaski 
Andrew Katalinic 
Mary Ann Kraynick 



Ellen Lanier 
Barden Lanier 
Sheila Lanier 



John Leimone 
Bedie McCoy 
Judy Meadows 



Mary Hazel Moore 
Beverly Paul 
Betty Powers 



Betty Richardson 
Jo Ann Riggs 
Julia Rivenbark 



juniors 



Johnny Smith 

Mary Jane Strickland 

Julia Thigpen 



Carlton Wells 
Eugene Wells 
Virginia Williams 



Whrens Williams 
Kathryn Woodcock 
Judy Wooten 



Phyllis Wooten 
Ronald Wooten 




Not Pictured: 

Gene Ballard, David Marshburn, Philip Moore, 

Vernon Murray, and Floyd Rivenbark. 



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Sophomore Class Officers 

Left to right 

Horace Murray President 

Carol Hewett Secretary 

Annette Blackmore Vice-President 

Gayle Newkirk Reporter 

Gurney Hood Treasurer 



Sophomores 



Frances Allred 
Sidney Balcombe 
Brenda Barger 
Bobby Bell 




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Annette Blackmore 
Jackie Brinson 
Barbara Burton 
Julia Carr 





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Ray Chadwick 
Sandra Crews 
Byron Croom 
Carolyn Durner 



Gregg Futch 
Hattie Mae Hall 
Detrea Henderson 
Carol Hewett 



Gurney Hood 
Billy Horrell 
Harvel Horrell 
Emily Horrell 










Sophomores 



Jennings Humphrey 
Tracy James 
Louie Johnson 
Scarlett Johnson 



Teddy Karwoski 
Sonny Langston 
Ethel Jane Lanier 
Edith Ann Mallard 



Kenneth Mozingo 
Horace Murray 
Joyce Ann Murray 
Gale Newkirk 



Linda Poluck 
Jimmie Powers 
Betty Jean Price 
Betty Pridgen 



Joyce Ramsey 
Carolyn Ramsey 
Betty Lou Raynor 
Betty Riggs 



Sophomores 



Jerry Rivenbark 
Charles Ruddell 
Jeanette Saunders 
Linda Sherman 



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Mary Nette Sissom 
Bill Smith 

Christine Summerlin 
Barbara Tokoly 



Ross Trawick 
Evelyn Wallace 
Louise Wallace 
Mildred Irene Wells 



Milton Wells 
Nathaniel Wells 
Gene Wells 
Paula Williams 



Mary Ann Wolfe 
Carol Gene Wood 





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Jreshman Class Officers 

Left to right: 

Dewey Padgett President 

Phyllis Sherman Vice President 

Thelma Saunders Secretary 

Annette Boryk Treasurer 

Janet Arnold Co-Reporter 

Josette Futch Co-Reporter 



"Jreskmen 



Janet Arnold 
Judy Autry 
Peggy Batson 
Worth Beverage 
Betty Biggs 



Ray Blanchard 
Mary Ruth Bowden 
Annette Boryk 
Richard Brown 
Graham Carter 



Stacy Covil 

Diane Cowan 

Aaron Croom 

Vera Croom 

Mary Elizabeth Dukes 



Carl Flake 
Douglas Flynn 
Betty Pearl Futch 
Ellen Caryl Futch 
Josette Futch 



Judy Giddens" 
Freddy Gorsky 
Alice Groves 
Barbara Hall 
Bill Horrell 



Freddie Lee Horrell 
Sally James 
Stuart Jones 
Elizabeth Ann Jonkheer 
Raymond Jordan 



Betty Lanier 
David Lanier 
Julian Lanier 
Judy Leimone 
Edward Mauney 





Jreskmen 

Merle Meadows 
Alex Meeks 
Chinnis McKoy 
Judy McKoy 
David McLendon 



Dewey Padgett 
Brenda Pearsall 
Charlotte Richardson 
Linda Richardson 
Audrey Rivenbark 



Allene Rowe 
Martha Rowe 
Thelma Saunders 
Phyllis Sherman 
Josephine Smith 



Don Stevens 
Herman Strickland 
Graham Sumner 
Patricia Tatum 
Bill Taylor 



Bobbye Taylor 
David Thigpen 
Dicky Thigpen 
Donna Walton 
John David Watkins 



Ervin Wells 
Linda Wells 
P. H. Wells 



David Williams 

Not Pictured: 
Steve Evanovich 
Jean Lanier 



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Sigktk Grade 




First Row: Mac Beasley, Faye Blanchard, Bobby Bolick, Audrey Bond, Kay Bowen, Betty Jean 
Bowden, Joe Brinkley, Wade Burton, Kent Carter, Katie Carter. Second Row: Gracie Chadwick, 
Linda Croom, Patsy Croom, J. B. Croom, Pat Davis, Linda Deal, Joann Eakins, Roger Flynn, 
Bonnie Fulcher, Frankie Futch. Third Row: Needham Hall, Glenda Johnson, Eugene Jordon, 
Paul Kraynick, Johnny Kraynick, Hazel Lanier, Selma Lanier, Phoebe Lanier, Louis Leimone, 
Bob Lewis. Fourth Row: Ruth Lewis, Graham Littleton, Curtis Malpass, Faye Marshburn, 
Carol Ann McDaniel, Stoney McKoy, Cora Lee Meadows, Ethel Meeks, Ardrey Murray, Faith 
Murray. Fifth Row: Anita Murray, Sandra Pope. Robbie Powell, David Powers, Annette Powers, 
Gail Powers, Delores Ramsey, Jenny Rhodes, Allen Rivenbark, Penny Rivenbark. Sixth Row: 
Dewey Rivenbark, James Rivenbark, Jimmy Rivenbark, Martin Rivenbark, Adrain Ruddell, 
Bevret S a u nd e r s , Louis Sawyer, Glenda Sellers , Stanly Sisson, Twyl ah Smith. Seventh Row: 
Susan Son, Louise Sumner, Stella Vdovich, Nick Vdovich, Linda Waters, Nellie Watkins, Frances 
Wells, Billy Wells, Donald W e 1 1 s, Daniel Wells . Eighth Row: Bessie Wells, Kay Whisnant, 
Jerry Wooten, Karen Wooten, Marvin Worrell, Franklin Worrell, Bert Yates. 



Seventh Grade 




First Row: Ruth Batson, Elna Kay Best, Janet Blake, Mary Emma Blanchard, Alton Blizzard, 
Harvey Bond, Betty Brown, Mary Burgess, Gene Chadwick. Second Row: Richard Collins, Dun- 
can Cowan, Allen Ray Croom, Patsy Deal, Judy Futch, Bill George, Elaine Hardison, Annie 
Ruth Harris, Hugh Highsmith. Third Row: Jonnette Johnson, Allan Jordon, Christine Leimone, 
Elbert Littleton, Julia Mallard, Wayne McLendon, Alice Mozingo, Carl Murray, Mary B. Nar- 
ron. Fourth Row: Joe Bryant Newkirk, Johnny Paluck, Kenneth Paul, Barbara Price, Judith 
Richardson, Hilda Rivenbark, James Rivenbark, Robert Rivenbark, Yvonne Rivenbark. Fifth 
Row: Bradford Rowe, Carrie B. Rowe, Nita Rowe, Sherrie Sherman, Billy Ray Sholar, Carolyn 
Sholar, Jimmy Spender , AnnStevens, Nancy Taylor. Sixth Row: Louise Thigpen, Joanna Thomp- 
son, Carolyn Tokoly, Nellie Vdovich, Billy Watkins, Pearlie Watkins, Dalton Wells, Earl Wells, 
Marilyn Wells. Seventh Row: John Westbrook, Carol Winborne, Dolores Worrell, Susie Young. 



Sixth Grade 




First Row: Mary Anne Batson, Duane Hodges Bell, Marie Blackmore, Ronnie Blanchard, Nancy 
Blizzard, Constance Bolick, Carol Cantwell, Billy Carter, Mandy Carter. Second Row: Leddell 
Casey, Milton Chadwick, Billy Chaffin, Wayne Cowan, Ralph Croom, Rose Croom, Charles Hur- 
bert Deal, Jr., James Deal, Hazel DeBose. Third Row: Everett Durham, Jr., Harold Fields, 
Kenneth Futch, Jr., Lawerence Grady, Dianne Griffin, Jerry Guy, Ann Harrell, Lillian Ann 
Harrell, Pauline Harris. FourthRow: Marion Lee Johnson, Linda Joyce Jordan, Dorothy Lewis, 
William Ray Manley, Nancy Mauney, Freddy McKay, Cheryl McNeil, Marsha Murray, Melba 
Murray. Fifth Row: William Naumuk, Johnnie Powell, Jimmy Price, Sandra Pridgen, Peggy 
Ramsey, Larry Richardson, Carolyn Rivenbark, Edward Rivenbark, Hazel May Rivenbark. 
Sixth Row: Thurman Rivenbark, Richard David Sanderson, Mary Saunders, Nancy Sholar, Billie 
Lou Simmons, Freddy Smith, Donald Summerlin, Gary Evans Trawick, Timothy Turner. Seventh 
Row: Lincoln Wells, Nancy Carolyn Wells, Robert Edward Wells, Mary Jo White, George Allen 
Yates. Not Pictured: Donnie Blanchard, Carolyn Horrell. 



Tifth Grade 




First Row: Roy Barnhill, Murray Batson, Delmar Beasley, Billy Bland, Linda Bland, Faye Blan- 
ton, Steve Blanton, Sue Campbell, Isabella Casey. Second Row: Barbara Chadwick, Carolyn 
Coburn, Nancy Croom, Donnie Dale, Donald Deal, Nancy Jo Deal, Adell Deal, Brenda English, 
Bonnie Frasier. Third Row: Linda Gorsky, Geraldine Harris, Lloyd Harris, Kay Herring, Ar- 
lene Higgins, Donnie Horrell, Julia Humphrey, Don Johnson, Melba Johnson. Fourth Row: 
Gloria Krochmalny, Billy Lanier, Jimmy Lewis, Judy Massengill, Peggy Matthews, Alma Joyce 
Murray , S y 1 v i a Murray, Edward Peterson, Joyce Rivenbark. Fifth Row: Tommy Robbins, 
Charles Rowe , Rowe Sawyer, Frankie Seamster, Anita Shepard, Patty Simpson, Agnes Smith, 
Helen Stevens, Nancy Swain. Sixth Row. Carolyn Taylor, Kay Taylor, Harry Thomas, Albert 
Watkins, Eugene Watkins, Bonnie Wells, Elsie Wells. Seventh Row: Roger Wells, Harry Whis- 
nant, Penny Whiteside, Linda Williams. Not Pictured: Nancy Batson, Betty Burney, Brenda 
Copley, Roy Rowe, Jr. 



Jourth Grade 




First Row: Wright Anderson, Harriet Baker, Janis Barger, Becky Batson, Tommy Blake, Ross 
Bowden, Thomas Bradshaw, Ann Brown, Louise Brown. Second Row: Ray Bunney, Elizabeth 
Cain, Betty Chadwick, Eugene Chadwick, Joyce Ann Coburn, Gary Covil, Mary Cowan, Gerald 
Croom, Mary Ann DeBose. Third Row: Mike English, Jo Ann Fulcher, Annette Grady, Shirley 
Griffin, Dianne Hardison, Richard Harrell, Judy Hewett, Lois Higgins, Demsey Howard. Fourth 
Row: Linda Howard, Sandra Howard, Paula Jones, Betty Jane Kraynick, Amelia Leimone, Pa- 
tricia Leimone, Aaron Littleton, Sue Manley, Stanley Murray. Fifth Row: Linda Naumuk, Mary 
Nuamuk, Jane Peterson, Thomas Prescott, Cary Rivenbark, Diane Rivenbark, Ronnie Rivenbark, 
Suzanne Rivenbark, Rachel Rowe. Sixth Row: Ronald Summerlin, Joe Knox Taylor, Gladys 
Thomas, Brenda Thompson, Linda Thompson, Carolyn Wells, David Wells, Elaine Yates. Not 
Pictured: Edward Fisher, Susan Wiley. 



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First Row: James Barnhill, Linda Batson, Glenda Beasley, Robert Beverage, John Wright Blake, 
Dorothy Blizzard, Nellie Blizzard, Linwood Bond, Cleveland Bowden, Clyde Burgess. Second 
Row: Polly Cain, Ernest Carter, Louise Chadwick, David Clark, Linda Cook, Bob Hugh Cor- 
bett, Johnny Cowan, Lynn Croom, Priscilla Croom, Betsy Dees. Third Row: Vernon Eakins, 
Thelma Fisher, Bertie Fisher, Glenda Fussell, Lynette Grady, Joseph Griffin, Cecily Gyetvai, 
Laura Hardison, Brenda Hardison, Carlton Harrell. Fourth Row: Cynthia Highsmith, Sue Hor- 
rell, Connie Fay Johnson, Graham Jordan, Joe Kraynick, Rosemary Krochmalny, Linda Lane, 
Maxine Lanier, Stevie Malpass, Alice Manley. Fifth Row: Sherry Manley, Frankie McCoy, 
Glenda Moore, Helen Mozingo, Fred Murray, Larry Murray, Phyllis Nanney, Edith Poluck, 
Elizbeth Parker, Poy Paul. Sixth Row: Tommy Pope, Kenneth Powell, William Prescott, Gary 
Pridgen, Sandra Rivenbark, James Rivenbark, Jimmy Rivenbark, Philip Rivenbark, Sherrol 
Rouse, Linda Sasser. SeventhRow: Jo Sherman, Glenda Sholar, Linda Simpson, Wayne Turner, 
Johnny Umstead, Tommy Vick, W. C. Warters, Janet Wells, Jeff Wells, Vickie Wells. Eighth 
Row: Eddie Wells, Johnny Wells, Shirley Wells, Philip Wells, Phyllis Wells, Gail Whaley. Not 
Pictured: Linwood Kibbey, Laverne Lanier. 



Second Grade 




First Row: Annetta Anderson, Bill Baker, Gloria Jean Bowden, Donald Bowden, Julia Ann 
Brown, Sally Carter, Kay Chadwick, Susan Chaffin, Kathy Croom, Larry Croom. Second Row: 
Judy Deal, Elmer Debose, Odessee English, Carl Fisher, Leigh Futch, Charlie Groves, Jimmy 
Harrell, Sharon Higgins, Marian Kelly, Shirley Kennedy. Third Row: Jimmy Kraynick, Donnie 
Lane, Shirleen Lanier, Mary Alice Leimone, Tommy Lewis, Kate Lockey, Gail Manley, Evelyn 
Marshburn, Jolynn Martin, Sherry Meeks. Fourth Row: Linda Murray, Stanley Nakoneczny, 
Steve Narron, Dick Naumuk, Donnie Norris, George Norris, Garland Odom, Brenda Sue Prid- 
gen, Charlie Pullen, Celia Ramsey. Fifth Row: Johnny Rhem, Edward Rivenbark, Myra Riven- 
bark, Roger Rivenbark, Wayne Rivenbark, Geneva Rivenbark, Nora Wray Rivenbark, Timmy 
RivenbarK, Eddie Blake, Linda R o b b i n s . Sixth Row: Grady Roupe, Donnie Rowe, James 
Lynn Royal, Johnny Russ, Danny Sanderson, Lee Simpson, Mike Smith, Nora Lee Summerlin, 
Bobby Watkins, Ann Watkins. Seventh Row: Archie Ray Wells, Bonnie Wells, Jane Westbrook, 
Jerry Wheeler, Joe Lee Williams. Not Pictured: Eddie Blake, Carol Bucci, Vance McDaniels. 



Jirst Grade 









First Row: Roger Bowden, Janet Bowen, Linda Brown, Roy Brown, Marie Burney, Joyce Cain, 
Charles Casey, Nellie Chadwick, Terry Clark. Second Row: Charles Cochran, Alton Cottle, 
Nita Covil, Dean Cowan, Jean Cowan, Jimmy Dale, Chip Davis, Kathy Deal, Bob Dees. 
Third Row: Shirley Fisher, Lester Fussell, Ester Futch, Betty Garris, Freddie Gaylor, Janice 
Griffin, Angelea Groves, Ruth Harrell, Leonard Harris. Fourth Row: Janice Herring, Joe 
Honeycutt, Irene Hulbert, Joseph Hulbert, Raymond Krochmalny, Wayne Lanier, Jimmy Lanier, 
Michael Lanier, Dianne McKoy. Fifth Row: LeRoy Milford, Jimmy Moore, Al Murray, Hugh 
Overstreet, Andy Poluck, Bill Peedin, Joe Prescott, Sherry Reade, Eva Richardson. Sixth Row: 
Jakie Rivenbark, Glenn Rivenbark, Adrian Rowe, Barbara Sholar, Margorie Stephens, Steve 
Summerlin, Kitsy Thomas, Richard Thomas, Joe Watkins. Seventh Row: Barry Whaley, Terry 
Worrell, Jewell Wynne, Kathy Yates, Johnny Yates. 



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Left to right, First row: Carolyn Powers, Lynda Blossom, Mary Hazel Moore, Marshall Mauney, 
John Taylor. Second row: Sharon Harrell, Gene Lanier, Shirley Hanchey, Virginia Williams, 
Lucille Allred, Pat Ives, Gayle Newkirk, Sheila Lanier, Mary Ann Wolfe, Frances Hardison. 




editorial Staff 

OFFICERS 

John Leslie Taylor 

Editor-in-Chief 



Mary Hazel Moore 
Assistant Editor 



We, the staff of the 1957 WAGRUB.have work- 
ed to make this second edition of the WAGRUB a 
yearbook of yearbooks. We have tried to make it 

an attractive symbol of our school a symbol 

of achievement. It is an accurate record of ac- 
tivities, persons, and features of Burgaw High 
School. 



Wagrub 




Left to right, First row: Mike Boryk, Don Barber, Jimmy Saunders, Alfred Sidbury, Myra New- 
kirk, Whrens Williams, Carolyn Cooper, Elizabeth Rich, Second row: Jimmy Hall, Robert 
Leimone. 



Business Staff 

OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

Whrens Williams 

Assistant 



Alfred Sidbury 
Business Manager 




The business staff has been very successful 
this year. It has worked very hard, and we are 
pleased with the advertisement sales. We have 
enjoyed working with the '57 WAGRUB. 




Zke fteacoH 




Left to right, First row: Myra Newkirk, Sheila Lanier, Lucille Allred, Elizabeth Rich, Mary Jane 
Strickland, Mary Elna Ramsey, Linda Sherman, Whrens Williams. Second row: Carolyn Powers, 
Ann Batson, Carolyn Cooper, Rosemary Casha, Kathryn Woodcock, Shirley Hanchey, Annette 
Blackmore, Gene Lanier. Third row: Horace Murray, Pat Ives, Ellen Caryl Futch, Martha Rowe, 
Bernice Pierce, Frances Hardison, Faye Fields, Sharon Harrell. Fourth row: Josette Futch, 
Phyllis Sherman, Judy Leimone, Joyce Ann Murray, Julia Langston, Judy Bryant, Virginia Will- 
iams, Mary Hazel Moore. Fifth row: Gayle Newkirk, John Leimone, Marshall Mauney, Alfred 
Sidbury, Robert Leimone, Paula Williams, Mary Ann Wolfe, Edith Ann Mallard. Sixth row: Mrs. 
Futch, Advisor, Miss Brown, Advisor, Lynda Blossom, Carolyn Durner. 




During its nine years of existence the BEACON has 
striven to uphold the standard 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 knowl- 
edge. 



OFFICERS 

Elizabeth Rich 

Editor-in-Chief 



Mary Jane Strickland 
Assistant Editor 



Keta Club 




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Left to right, First row: Carolyn Cooper, Judy Bryant, Pat Ives, Carolyn Powers, Myra Newkirk, 
Judy Ruddell. Second row: Mary Jane Strickland, Warren Young, John Taylor, Jimmy Saunders, 
John Leimone. 



The Beta Club is a bright, glowing symbol of 
achievement, character, and leadership. It's 
members are bound by a sacred pledge to uphold 
these standards with their utmost ability. Our 
Beta Club was organized approximately ten years 
ago and has been a very active part of our school. 



OFFICERS 
Left to right: 

Myra Newkirk Secretary 

Warren Young President 

Mary Jane Strickland Vice-President 

Judy Ruddell „ . .Treasurer 



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Left to right, First row: Betty Lou Raynor, Donna Walton, Paula Williams, Annette Blackmore, 
Annette Boryk, Mamie Chadwick, Elizabeth Bloodworth, Joyce Ramsey. Second Row: Mrs. Edith 
Mallard, Director, Jean Lanier, Peggy Batson, Barbara Burton, Rosemary Casha, Kathryn Wood- 
cock, Lucille Allred, Janet Arnold, Louise Wallace, Carolyn Powers, Ethel Jane Lanier. Third 
row: Barbara Tokoly, Audrey Rivenbark, Bernice Pierce, Betty Price, Julia Thigpen, Mary 
Hazel Moore, Carolyn Durner, Mary Ann Wolfe, Sharon Harrell, Jane Chadwick, Pat Ives, Judy 
Meadows. Fourth row: Hattie Mae Hall, Gayle Newkirk, Betty Pridgen, Thelma Saunders, Alice 
Groves, Evelyn Wallace, Virginia Williams, Edith Ann Mallard, Betty Lou Powers, Ann Batson, 
Joyce Brinkley, Elizabeth Rich, Mary Elna Ramsey. Fifth row: Sally James, Elaine Jonkheer, 
Frances Allred, Jeanette Saunders , Betty Blanchard, Mary Ruth Bowden, Carlene Wells, Shirley 
Hanchey, Judy Wooten, Phyllis Wooten, Carolyn Ramsey, Frances Hardison, Myra Newkirk, 
Mildred Crews, Carolyn Cooper. 




Moys' Chorus 




Left to right, First row: Jennings Humphrey, Jimmy Saunders, Bev Paul. Second row: Julian 
Blackburn, Richard Brickhouse, Ray Chad wick. Third row: Larry Pridgen, Glenn Harding, 
Russell Lewis . 





Barbara Hall, Judy Giddens, Linda Croom, Susan Son, Carol Ann McDaniel, Elaine Hardison, 
Janet Blake, Delores Worrell, Carolyn Tokoly. Fifth row: Johnnie Poluck, Alan Jordon, Jimmy 
Spender, Bonnie Fulcher , Stuart Jones, Curtis Malpass, Need ham Hall, Rowe Sawyer, Joe Brinkley, 
Jerry Guy. Sixth row: Joe Bryant Newkirk, Don Wells, Jimmy Rivenbark, Wayne Cowan, Audrey 
Murray, Hugh Highsmith, Roy Rowe, Harry Thomas, Gary Traywick. Seventh row: Nathaniel 
Wells, Louis Sawyer, Tracy James, Graham Littleton, Daniel Wells, Allen Rivenbark, Bill George. 





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The Burgaw High School Band was organized 
in March of 1956. Its members total approxi- 
mately sixty- seven. The Parent-Teachers Asso- 
ciation instigated the idea of a band and later 
raised money to make it a reality. Students in 
the grades from the fourth through the twelfth 
may be members of the band. The band has had two 
concerts, has played at football games, and also 
appeared in the Christmas parade. 




Left to right, First row: Harvel Horrell, Teddy Karwaski, Detrea Henderson, Carl Flake, John 
David Watkins, Richard Brown, Aaron Croom, Stacy Covil, Graham Carter, Dewey Padgett, Don 
Stevens, Stuart Jones, Sonny Langston, David McLendon. Second row: Mr. Blackmore, Advisor 
Tracy James, Horace Murray, Linwood Hewett, Don Augustine, Ronald Wooten, Morris Herring, 
Barden Lanier, Billy Horrell, Jerry Rivenbark, Bill Davis, Kenneth Cowan, David Marshburn, 
Byron Croom, Gene Wells, Raymond Jordon, Alexander Meeks, Sidney Balcombe, Bobby Bell. 
Third row: Julian Lanier, Andrew Katalinic , Floyd Rivenbark, Dicky Thigpen, Nathaniel Wells, 
Ervin Wells, Bill Smith, Jimmy Powers, Robert Leimone, Gene Lanier, Gregg Futch, Evander 
McLendon, Milton Murray, Vernon Murray, Eugene Wells, Ray Chadwick, David Lanier. 








CLASS OFFICERS 

First Row ! 

Gene Lanier President 

Morris Herring Vice-President 

Kenneth Cowan Secretary 

Second Row : 

Buddy Blossom Sentinel 

Mr. W. C. Blackmore Advisor 

Robert Leimone Reporter 

Not Pictured: Horace Murray Treasurer 



future Jar wets Of America 



The Future Farmers of America is a national organization 
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 Carolina having about 
500. The official colors of the F. F. A. are gold and national 
blue . 



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Left to right, First row: Elaine Jonkheer, Myra Newkirk, Betty Pridgen, Lucille Allred, Annette 
Blackmore, Mary Jane Strickland, Jenette Saunders, Pat Ives, Julia Langston. Second row: Mrs. 
Yetive Davis, Advisor, Alice Groves, Brenda Barger, Paula Williams, Sandra Crews, Elizabeth 
Bloodworth, Carol Hewett, Louise Wallace, Ethel Jane Lanier, Carolyn Powers, Mamie Chad- 
wick. Third row: Allene Rowe, Judy Giddens, Barbara Hall, Kathryn Woodcock, Rosemary Casha, 
Shirley Hanchey, Judy Autry, Joyce Ann Murray, Donna Walton, Bedie McCoy, Virginia Williams. 
Fourth row: Merle Meadows, Jean Lanier, Phyllis Sherman, Hattie Mae Hall, Joyce Brinkley, 
Patsy Croom, Carlene Wells, Peggy Batson, Linda Poluck, Carolyn Durner. Fifth row: Thelma 
Saunders, Barbara Tokoly, Betty Lou Raynor, Elizabeth Rich, Jose tte Futch, Martha Rowe . Mary 
Elna Ramsey, Mickey Wells. Sixth row: Judy McCoy, Judy Wooten, Gayle Newkirk, Mary Ann 
Wolfe, Annette Boryk, Christine Summerlin, Betty Price, Bernice Pierce. Seventh row: Frances 
Allred, Edith Ann Mallard, Sally James, Jane Chadwick, Barbara Burton. Eighth row: Janet 
Arnold, Betty Biggs , Anna Elise Jonkheer, Betty Blanc hard, Carolyn Cooper, Mildred Crews, 
Ellen Caryl Futch, Judy Leimone. Ninth row: Betty Pearl Futch, Bobbye Frances Taylor, Mary 
Ruth Bowden, Linda Richardson, Audrey Rivenbark. 




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OFFICERS 
Seated: 

Annette Blackmore President 

Elaine Jonkheer Secretary 

Standing, left to right: 

Julia Langston Photographer 

Myra Newkirk Historian 

Jeanette Saunders _ Song Leader 

Mary Jane Strickland Vice-President 

Pat Ives Parliamentarian 

Lucille Allred Treasurer 

Betty Pridgen Reporter 



Of America 



The Future Homemakers of America Club is com- 
posed of high school girls who want to someday become 
homemakers. The purpose of this organization is to 
train these giris toward this goal. 

The motto of this club is "Toward New Horizons." 
Its colors are red and white, and the flower of the 
club is the red rose. 




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Left to right, First row: Carolyn Powers, Ellen Caryl Futch.Myra Newkirk, Mary Hazel Moore, 
Lucille Allred, Frances Allred, Shirley Hanchey. Second row: Bobbye Taylor , Rosemary Casha, 
Carolyn Durner, Mary Ann Wolfe, Edith Ann Mallard, Carol Hewett, Josette Futch, Judy Bryant, 
Mrs, Futch, Advisor. 



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The F.T.A.Club is composed of young people 
who are considering the possibility of becoming 
teachers. Hoping to find out during high school 
days whether this profession is "right" for them, 
they observe classroom teachers at work and 
sometimes act as student teachers. 

There were fifteen charter members when the 
Club was organized in November, 1956. 



OFFICERS 
Standing, left to right: Carolyn Powers, Histo- 
rian; Frances Allred, Song Leader; Shirley Han- 
chey, Librarian; Ellen Caryl Futch, Treasurer; 
and Myra Newkirk, Secretary. Seated, left to 
right: Mary Hazel Moore, President; and Lucille 
Allred, Vice-President. 



Jrench Club 




Left to right, First row: Lynda Blossom, Pat Ives, Carolyn Powers, Mrs. Clark. Second row: 
Billy Spender, Joe Evanovich, Jimmy Hall, Ronnie Davis, Johnnie Johnson. 



Organized only this year by the second year 
French students, the French Club provides an 
interesting and yet educational means by which 
the students can practice their skills in speaking 
French. Once the meeting has come to order, 
English is discarded in favor of the adopted lan- 
guage; and most students, while having trouble 
with the unaccustomed tongue, have gained val- 
uable experience with the language. 



OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

Joe Evonovich President 

Lynda Blossom Vice-President 

Carolyn Powers Secretary-Treasurer 

Sara Durham Reporter 

Pat Ives Song Leader 




Monogram Club 




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Left to right, First row: Mike Boryk, Hattie Mae Hall, Jimmy Saunders. Second row: Whrens 
Williams, Carolyn Durner, Virginia Williams, Morris Herring. Third row: Bill Malpass, Betty 
Pridgen, Pat Ives, Jerry Rivenbark. Fourth row: Joe Casey, Carolyn Cooper, Myra Newkirk, 
Warren Young. Fifth row: Gene Lanier, Elizabeth Rich, Mary Jane Strickland, Byron Croom. 
Sixth row: Gregg Futch, Larry Pridgen, Bev Paul, Kenneth Cowan. Seventh row: Junny James, 
Billy Spender, Don Barber, Tommy Horsky. Eighth row: Tommy Karwaski, Russell Lewis, 
Ronnie Davis, Gurney Hood. Ninth row: Robert Leimone, Evander McLendon, Jimmy Hall. 
Tenth row: John Taylor, Mr. Hewlett. 




The Monogram Club i s composed of students 
who have earned a varsity letter. The purpose 
of the Monogram Club is to promote a greater 
interest in interscholastic athletics on a varsity 
level, to make a varsity letter a more respected 
award to be worn by only those who are authorized 
to wear them, and to promote a feeling of fellow- 
ship and a competitive spirit both on and off the 
field. 

Members of the club wear a red "B " on black 
or white sweaters. 

The club was organized in Burgaw High School 
in 1936. 

OFFICERS 
Left to right: 

Gene Lanier President 

Mary Jane Strickland Vice-President 

Myra Newkirk Secretary 

Linda Son Reporter 










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Left to right, First row: Russell Lewis, Joe Casey, Warren 
Young, Don Nanney, Evander McLendon, Gene Lanier, Bill 
Davis, Billy Spender , Bill Malpass, Larry Pridgen, John 
Taylor, Pete Farrior. Second row: Andy Hewlett; Coach, 




Coach 

Andy Hewlett 



The 1956 Burgaw Red Devil football team, scoring 146 
points to its opponents' 53 points, ended its season with a 
5-3-0 record. Last years record was a 4-3-1 record. 

The team used the short punt with the split-T and also in- 
cluded the tight-T formation. 

The 1956 team was the best that Burgaw has had in about 
eightyears. We will be happy if next year 's team does as well. 

The team will lose eleven seniors. They are; Bill Davis, 
Gene Lanier, John Taylor, Joe Casey, Don Nanney, Larry 
Pridgen, Evander McLendon, Bill Malpass, Russell Lewis, 
Warren Young, and Billy Spender. 





Herman Strickland, Bill Taylor, Jennings Humphrey, Gregg 
Futch, Gurney Hood, John Leimone, Tommy Karwaski, 
Johnny Smith, Whrens Williams, Morris Herring, Bob 
Johnson, Tommy Horsky. 



Co-captains 

Bill Davis 

Gene Lanier 



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Manager 
Edward Mauney 



September 21 
September 28 



1956 Football Schedule 

Opponent 



October 

October 

October 

October 

November 

November 



5 

12 

19 

26 

2 

9 



Smithfield 
Wallace 
Richlands 
Warsaw 
Mt. Olive 
Beulaville 
La Grange 
North Duplin 



7 
7 
6 
21 
12 






Burgaw 

6 


32 

7 
34 
35 
32 
32 








Cettermen 



Top to bottom; left to right: 



Gene Lanier 
Tackle 

Bill Davis 
Back 

Morris Herring 
Back 

John Taylor 
Tackle 

Larry Pridgen 
Tackle 

Bill Spender 
Back 

Russell Lewis 
Back 

Warren Young 
Back 



Tommy Karwaski 
Back 

Gurney Hood 
Center 

Don Nanney 
Guard 

Joe Casey 
Guard 

Pete Farrior 
Back 

Evander McLendon 
End 

Tommy Horsky 
Guard 

Not Pictured 

Bill Mai pass 

End 




football Snapshots 















Left to right, First row: Mike Boryk, Edward Mauney, David McLendon, Dewey Padgett, Stacy 
Covil, David Williams, Manager, Johnny Smith. Second row: Ronnie Davis, Robert Leimone, 
Gurmey Hood, Jimmy Hall, Morris Herring, Pete Farrior, Warren Young, Jackie Brinson. 



Moys' basketball Zeam 




Boys' basketball has been very progressive in 
the last two years at Burgaw. Last year we had 
a good team and won the county championship. 
We also won the championship this year. Our 
team consists of ten men. The following are sen- 
iors this year: Jimmy Hall, Robert Leimone, 
Warren Young. 



Left to right: Jimmy Hall, Co-Captain, Mr. W. 
C.Blackmore, Coach, Morris Herring, Co- 
Captain. 




Left to right, First row: Linda Sherman, Jane Chadwick, Gayle Newkirk, Myra Newkirk, Rena 
Smith, Barbara Tokoly, Hattie Mae Hall. Second row: Elizabeth Jonkheer, Betty Pridgen, Linda 
Son, Joyce Murray, Audrey Rivenbark, Mary Ruth Bowden, Carolyn Cooper, Mary Ann Kraynick, 
Evelyn Wallace. 



Girls' basketball Zeam 



The 1956 Girls' Basketball team spirit is ex- 
ceedingly great. Because the girls are more 
experienced and there is more and better mate- 
rial, the team won seven games to last year's 
none . 

The following girls are seniors: Myra Newkirk 
and Linda Son. 



Leftto right: Mrs. E. M. Thompson, Coach, Myra 
Newkirk, Captain. 




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baseball Zeam 




Left to right, First row: Shelby Sutton, Morris Herring, Pete Farrior, Ronnie Davis, Russell 
Lewis, Gene Lanier, Mike Boryk. Second row: Coach Andy Hewlett, Joe Casey, Evander Mc- 
Lendon, Barden Wells, John Durner, Sidney Balcombe, Byron Croom, Bill Davis, Gene Ballard. 



The 1956 baseball team won all their games and also the 1956 county championship. This was 
because the team was experienced, and the spirit was very good. 

Morris Herring and Pete Farrior were the co-captains of the 1956 team. Morris Herring is 
captain-elect of the 1957 team. 

The following graduated in the class of 1956: Shelby S u 1 1 o n , Barden Wells, John Durner. 
Graduating in the class of 1957 are the following: Ronnie Davis, Russell Lewis, Gene Lanier, 
Joe Casey, Evander McLendon, Bill Davis. The team has great possibilities for the future. 






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Cheerleaders 



Elizabeth Rich 

Mary Ann Wolfe 
Carolyn Durner 

Mary Hazel Moore 



Mary Jane Strickland 
Edith Ann Mallard 
Lucille Allred 
Virginia Williams, Chief 




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Superlatives 



MOST SCHOOL-SPIRITED 

Elizabeth Rich 

John Leslie Taylor 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Linda Son 

Warren Young 






Superlatives 



BEST LOOKING 

Junny James 

Pat Ives 



BEST ALL AROUND 

Gene Lanier 

Myra Newkirk 




Superlatives 



FRIENDLIEST 

Lucille Allred 

Don Nanney 




WITTIEST 

Carolyn Powers 

Larry Pridgen 







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Superlatives 



MOST ORIGINAL 
Sara Durham 
Alfred Sidbury 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Myra Newkirk 

Gene Lanier 







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Myra Lee Newkirk 



Warren Young 



Rosemary Casha 






Gene Lanier 



Carlene Wells 



Alfred Sidbury 






Elizabeth Rich 



Richard Brickhouse 



Carolyn Powers 









Joseph Evonovich 



Elaine Jonkheer 



Bill Davis 



Senior Baby Pictures 






Pat Ives 



Marshall Manuey 



Margaret Carter 






Evander McLendon 



Bernice Pierce 



Milton Murray- 




Mary Elna Ramsey 






Betty Mae Blanchard 




Robert Leimone 



Russell Lewis 



Ronnie Davis 



Senior Maby Pictures 






Sara Durham 



Junny James 



Frances Hardison 



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Don Nanney 



Shirley Hanchey 




Larry Pridgen 




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Jimmy Saunders 



Lucille Allred 





Glenn Harding 



Julia Langston 



Jimmy Hall 



Cast Will A^d Zest a went 



WE, the senior class of 1957, being of 
sound mind and body, do bequeath our earth- 
ly possessions as follows: 

To Burgaw High School what remains of 
the building and the teachers after we grad- 
uate. 

To the Junior Class our exceptional con- 
duct grades. 

To the Sophomore Class our patience. 

To the Freshman Class we leave super- 
lative dignity. 

To Mrs. Clark, senior advisor, we leave 
peace and quiet. 

To Mrs. Futch, senior advisor, we leave 
our failing math grades. 

The individual senior students distribute 
their particular talents as follows: 

Richard Brickhouse leaves his brain to 
poor, dumb John Leimone. 

Joe Casey leaves Carolyn Durner in 

care of Whrens Williams just to keep it 

in the family. 

Bill Malpass leaves his fluency to An- 
drew Katalinic. 

Gene Lanier leaves his "Elvis Presley" 
haircut to Linwood Hewett. 

Robert Leimone leaves all his girl 
friends to Barden Lanier. 

Bill Davis leaves his captaincy of the 
football team to Tommy Horsky. Tommy, 
now you can tell all those Wilmington girls 
the truth. 

Margaret Carter leaves her glasses to 
Bedie McKoy. 

Bernice Pierce leaves her red hair and 
a few freckles to Julia Thigpen. She really 
needs them. 

Elizabeth Rich leaves her long blonde 
hair to Kathryn Woodcock, who has let hers 
grow for quite a while now. 

Alfred Sidbury leaves his quiet laugh to 
Gene Ballard, who gives all the teachers such 
a hard time. 

Sara Durham leaves her title of "Most 
Conceited" to Virginia Williams. We hope by 
next year she won't need it. 

Junny James leaves his good looks to 
Pete Farrior, who really doesn't need it. 

Jimmy Hall leaves his height to Mike 
B o r y k in the hope that he can get a "Long 
Tall Sally." 

Billy Spender leaves his aggressiveness 
to Buddy Blossom. Poor Buddy is so shy. 

Elaine Jonkheer leaves her figure to 
Carolyn (Marilyn Monroe) Cooper. 

Russell Lewis leaves his book on How to 
Win Friends and Influence People to Bob 
Johnson, who will probably use it to start 
bonfires. 

Don Nanney leaves his physique to David 
Marshburn. If that doesn't work, try Charles 
Atlas' Beauty Course. 

Glenn Harding le a ve s his cigarettes to 
Cecil Sasser. 

Larry Pridgen leaves his dignity to 



Ronald Wooten. 

Lucille Allred leaves her clothes to 
Patsy Croom. They have Home Ec. in com- 
mon. 

Kenneth Cowan leaves his car to Don 
Augustine, who hopes it will get him a girl 
too. 

Lynda Blossom leaves her title of "Miss 
Pender County, 1955" to Judy Bryant, who 
has tried so hard. Good luck next year, Judy. 

Carolyn Powers leaves her ability to 
dance to Mary Hazel Moore. Mary Hazel 
does a pretty mean "bop" herself. 

Linda Son leaves her title of "Most Pop- 
ular" to Mary Jane Strickland. If she stays 
as sweet as she is now, she'll get it. 

Rosemary Casha leaves her ability to go 
steady to Joyce Brinkley. 

Betty Blanchard leaves her height to 
Betty Richardson so people can see her. 

Myra Lee Newkirk leaves her athletic 
ability to Mary Ann Kraynick, who is pretty 
good herself. 

John Taylor leaves his ambition to Carl- 
ton Wells. 

Julia Langston leaves her good personal- 
ity to Judy Wooten. 

Frances Hardison leaves all her lipstick 
to Sharon Harrell. 

Pat Ives leaves her hair to Mildred 
Crews. 

Marshall Mauney leaves his ability to 
flirt to Jane Chadwick, who does pretty well 
herself. 

Shirley Hanchey leaves. her study hall 
conduct grades to Rena Smith. 

Mary Elna Ramsey leaves her "quiet" 
ways to Jo Ann Riggs. 

Faye Fields leaves her figure to Anne 
Batson. 

Dan Malpass leaves his switchblade to 
Philip Moore. 

Jimmy Saunders leaves his desire to 
argue to Eddie Federonko, who has one of 
his own. 

Marlon H a nc o c k leaves his letters in 
basketball to Johnny Smith and Morris Herr- 
ing. 

Carlene Wells leaves her structure to 
Ellen Lanier. 

Warren Young leaves his good humor to 
Judy Ruddell She will need it while Billy is 
gone. 

Ronnie Davis leaves his curly hair to 
Julian "Crew Cut" Blackburn. 

Lawtha Crews leaves his physique to 
Floyd Rivenbark and Vernon Murray. 

Joe Evanovich leaves his brain to Mamie 
Chadwick. It won't do much good, but she can 
have it. 

Evander McLendon and Milton Murray 
leave their big mouths to Sheila Lanier and 
Judy Meadows. 

Johnnie Johnson leaves his ability to 
drive to Julia Rivenbark. 

We, the authors of this Last Will and 
Testament, leave the country. 



Lynda Blossom 
Linda Son 



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'junior-Senior banquet Snapshots 








flea titles 



HOMECOMING QUEEN 
Shirley Hanchey 




County Beauty Contestants, left to 
right: Lucille Allred, Donna Walton, 
Judy Leimone, Carol Hewett, Betty 
Lou Powers, Third Place Winner. 




Marshals 




Bus Drivers 




Cunck Koom Staff 




Left to right: Elnora Bowden, Blanche Lamb, Wandra White, Luberta Armstrong. 




'janitors 



Left to right: Abel Johnson, 
Fred Hankins 






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Lynda B. to Sara: He not only lied to me about the size of 
his yacht, but he made me do the rowing. 




A Pitch for Recreation 



It's spring again' It's time for birds, bees, and little boys on baseball 
diamonds again. Boys need a place to play. 

Come to bat for your town Help it acquire the parks, pools, and play- 
grounds it needs. You'll enjoy camping and picnic areas, golf courses, and 
tennis" courts it should have. Libraries, museums, and auditoriums are 

needed too' 

Recreational facilities will be an important factor to industry considering 
vour,town for a possible site. Recreation is a partner in good health. It's 
a social force that checks juvenile delinquency. It molds good character. 

Don't let your town strike out in its drive for a better recreational 
program Your Finer Carolina Committee needs your help in making your 
town a finer place to work and play. 



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Hattie Mae-- "And are you an uncle or an aunt." 



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114 Market Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Wilmington's Leading Jewelers 

KINGOFF'S 

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

Phone 5219 

10 North Front Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



WESTB ROOK'S 5 & 10c STORE 



Self - Service Store 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



J. W. MURCHISON 

WHOLESALE COMPANY 



Hardware 

and 

Sporting Goods 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



BELK-BEERY CO., INC. 

Most Modern 

Department Store 

In Eastern Carolinas 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



J. T. RITTER & SON 

MILLWORK 
Phone 2-8139 

Castle Hayne , North Carolina 



WILSON'S FOODTOWN 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



E. BROOKS DEPT. STORE 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



Mrs. Mac.-- "What is manners, Jimmy?" 

Jimmy Hall-- "Manners is the noise you don't make when you're 
eating soup." 



Three deaf ladies were traveling on top of an open bus. 
"Windy, isn't it?" said one. 



HARRELL'S 

DEPARTMENT STORE, 

INC. 

"Pender's Largest 
Shopping Center" 



Since 1907 



Burgaw Beulaville 

North Carolina 



PENDER 
LUMBER COMPANY 



Building Supplies 



Lumber 



Phone 8722 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



BEVERLY PAUL'S 
PLACE 

Famous Hot Dogs 

and 

Milk Shakes 



Rocky Point, North Carolina 



W.S. WOODCOCK 

DISTRIBUTOR 
SOCONY MOBILOIL PRODUCTS 

for 
Godwin Oil Company 

Tires -Batteries -Accessories 

Heating Tanks For The Home 

Highway 1 1 7 

Phone 8012 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



"No, it isn't Wednesday, it's Thursday," said the second 
'Yes, I'm thirsty too. Let's all get off and have some- 
thing to drink." 



Juvenile delinquency, our dad says, is the 
trying to train children without starting a 


result of parents 
t the bottom. 




All School Supplies Sold In 




BURGAW HIGH SCHOOL 


j 




Come From 




E.C. 


MOORE AND 

Notions 

Paper Specialist 

Novelties 

117 Hanover Street 
Phone 2-8442 


COMPANY 


Wilmington 




North Carolina 



First Kangaroo- -"I'm so irritated with Junior." 

Second Kangaroo--"Why, dearie, I thought he was such a good 

child." 

First Kangaroo-- "Yes, but he will eat crackers in bed." 



Mrs. Shaw-- "Now, David, tell me where elephants are found." 
David W. -- "Elephants are such large animals they hardly ever 
get lost." 



BURGAW ELECTRIC CO. 

Electrical and Plumbing 

Contracting 

Westinghouse - Philco - RCA 

Phone 120 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



RUSS BODY SHOP & WRECKER 
SERVICE 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



TONY'S AMOCO SERVICE 

and 
QUALITY USED CARS 
Phone 226-11 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



FUTCH'S ESSO SERVICE 



Phone 32 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



LEE'S STORE 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



ROCHELLE FURNITURE CO. 

Zenith - General Electric 
Kelvinator 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



RADIO STATION WMFD AM-TV 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



FARRIOR'S 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



Spectator (to juvenile hero)-- "Tell us how you were brave enough 

to risk your life to save your friend." 
Jennings-- "I had to. He had my shoes on." 



Librarian--"Now here's one I know you'll like--"The Boogie- 

Woogie Murders." 
Bill Malpass- -"Would you please look up my card and see if I've 

read it?" 



WILLIAMS 
LUMBER COMPANY 



Serving Southeastern North 

Carolina with quality lumber 

and building materials 



Phone 3276 



Jacksonville 



North Carolina 



WILLIAMS 
LUMBER COMPANY 



Buyers of Timberlands 



Phone 98 or 184 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



Gene Lanier-- "I'm going away to study singing." 
Bill Davis-- "Good! How far away?" 



Pete - "Mamma, I've seen a man who makes horses ! " 

Mrs. F.-- "Are you sure?" 

Pete-- "Yes. He had a horse nearly finished when I saw him. He 

was just nailing on the back feet." 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



TASTY PIG GRILL 

Hot Dogs and Bar B-Q 

Paul Shepard, Owner 
Rocky Point, North Carolina 



FOY ROE & COMPANY 



Dependable Merchandise 



9 North Front Street 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



RADIO STATION WLSE 



Music News Sports 



Wallace, North Carolina 



BAYSDEN FURNITURE and 
APPLIANCE CO. 



Phone 7559 



Jacksonville, North Carolina 



Trucks Cars Tractors 

PENDER MOTOR SALES 

Your Friendly Ford Dealer 

Phone 27 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



BLOCK SOUTHLAND 
SPORTSWEAR 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



HOLLAND MOTOR COMPANY 



Your CHEVROLET Dealer 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



Mrs. Grill-- "How do you spell 'inconsequentially'?' 
Bob White-- "Wrong." 






Mary Elna - "Aren't ants funny little things? They work and work, and never play." 
Don - "Oh, I don't know about that. Every time Igotoapicnic they are all there. 



C. F. DAVIS 



The Farmers Trading Center 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



WALLACE MOTOR 

and 

IMPLEMENT COMPANY 



Your International Dealer 
Wallace North Carolina 





THREATT 


MOTORS INC. 






Lincoln 


- Mercury 






310 North Second Street 




Wilmington 


North 


Carolina 




WRIGHT 


BROTHERS 






Use 


d Cars 






Philco Dealer 




Rocky 


Point 


North 


Carolina 





GRIFFIN MOTORS 




Dodge - Plymouth 


Jacksonv 


ille North Carolina 


BURGAW FLOWER & GIFT SHOP 




Catering To Weddings 




Receptions and Parties 


Burgaw 


North Carolina 



READE'S 



Grocerie s 



Meats 



General Merchandise 
"Hot Dogs" 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



J. W. AYCOCK & SON 
MILLING COMPANY 

Custom Grinding and Mixing 
Wallace North Carolina 





WALLACE 


WHOLESALE 


COMPANY 




Groceries - Tobaccos 


- Feeds 






Phone 265-6 




Wallace 




North Carolina 




WALLAC 


E FARMERS EXCHANGE 




F 


C X Dealer Ag 
Phone 6886 


ent 


Wallace 




North Ca rolina 





DR. 


H. W. COLWELL 










Optometrist 












Phone 2051 








Wallace 






North 


Car 


olina 






JOSTEN'S 








"Your class ring is your 
Most Treasured Possession 


" 




Representative: R. V 


. Watson 




Clinton 






North 


Car 


olina 



Taxi Driver - "I thought that I heard somebody tell me to stop.' 
Passenger - "Drive on; she wasn't talking to you." 



Carolyn - "Joe, I want to ask you a question." 

Joe - "Yes?" 

Carolyn - "Tell me, if you had never met me would you have loved me just the same ' 



OUR 



BOOSTERS 



Mr. John Best 



Gurr Jewele rs 



Mr. Wyatt Blake 



Dr. N. C. Wolfe 



Dr. W. H. Young 



Mr. F. C. Paschall 



Wallace Dry Cleaners 



Dr. W. I. Taylor, Jr. 



Dr. John Dees and Dr. Harold Peedin 



"Sweetheart, if I'd known that tunnel was so long, I'd have given you a kiss." 
"Gracious, wasn't that you 7 " 



"Do you realize that your wife is telling everybody that you can' t keep her in clothes ?' 
"That's not the half of it. 1 bought her a home, and I can't keep her in that, either.' 



E.W 


. GODWIN'S SONS 




Manufacturers of Lumber 




and 


D 


ealers in Builders Supplies 


Everything to Build the House 




Dial 7747 




P. O. Box 1806 


Wilmin 


gton North Carolina 



FIRST 


CITIZENS 


BANK 


& TRUST 


COMPANY 


Complete 


Banking Service 


Since 1898 


Member FD1C 


Burgaw 


North Carolina 



Quality Seeds 

For 

Farm Garden 

Lawn 

CROSS SEED 

COMPANY, 

INCORPORATED 

Certified Seeds 
A Speciality 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



DEES 
DRUG STORE 

Prescriptions Filled By 
Registered Druggist Only. 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



He - "I'm going to kiss you." 

She - "(Screaming) Ow-wow-o 1 " 

He - "Great Scott! What was that for? I haven't kissed you yet. 

She - "But I thought I'd have that part of it over and done with." 



Senior - "What did you do with my shirt?" 

Friend - "Sent it to the laundry." 

Senior - "Ye gods ! The whole history of England was on the cuffs." 







WOOTEN TURKEY FARM 








AND HATCHERY 








Breeders of Broad Breast 








Bronze Turkeys 




Maple 


Hill North C 


arolina 






BLANCHARD 








FONTIAC COMPANY INC. 




W 


illace North C 


arolina 





HUSSY 


WAREHOUSE 


Wallace 






North Carolina 




WORSLEY 


OIL 


COMPANY 


Burgaw 






North Carolina 





WESTERN AUTO 


Burgaw 


North Carolina 




McDANIEL MILLING CO. 




Feed - Seed - Fertilizer 




Farm Supplies 


Burgaw 


North Carolina 



ttk 






PIGGLY WIGGLY STORE 


Burgaw 


North Carolina 




MARGARET DAVIS' 




BEAUTY NOOK 


Burgaw 


North Carolina 



Burgaw 


PULLEN 
THE JEWELER 

North Carolina 


Wallace 


WEATERN AUTO 

North Carolina 







BURGAW 


DEPARTM 


lNT STORE 


Burg 


aw 








North 


Carolina 








Z. J 


. CARTER 


&t 


SON 








We 


Build 


and Furnis 


h 


the Home 










Phone 435 


-1 






Wa 


11 


ace 








North 


Ca rolina 



Visitor to B.H.S. - "Are they very strict here?" 

B.H.S. Student - "Strict? One day a student died in class, and they propped him up 
until the lecture ended." 



Paula (to Gregg eating an apple) - "Look out for the worms, Gregg." 
Gregg - "When 1 eat an apple, the worms have to look out for themselves. 



WILMINGTON COLLEGE 



A Fully Accredited Junior College 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



KRISPY KREME DOUGHNUT CO. 



"SERVING EASTERN CAROLINA" 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



MILLER-MOTTE 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 



Insurance Building 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



GEORGE'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 



'For Your Car's Care" 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



Mrs. C. - "Why are you late?" 

Horace M. - "Class started before I got here. 



Mrs. Mac - "In 1767, Andrew Jackson wa s born. Nov/, who remembers what happened 

in 1776?" 
Robert - "Oh, I know! Andrew Jackson was nine years old." 



Burgaw 



DURHAM DRUG COMPANY 



North Carolina 



Wilmington 



RADIO STATION W G N I 



North Carolina 



Burgaw 



TRUAX VENEER COMPANY 



North Carolina 





FOUR COUNTY ELECTRIC 






MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION 






Serving Rural Areas in Bladen, Sampson, 






Duplin, and Pender Counties 




Burgaw 




North Carolina 



Biology Student (finding a snake on a field trip) - "Hey, come here quick 1 Here's a 
tail wagging without any dog." 



Some people have tact, and others tell the truth. 



LANIER'S GROCERIES 


Feeds Seeds Meats 


General Merchandise 


Maple Hill North Carolina 


SHEFFIELD BROS. STOCKYARD 


AND 


SHEFFIELD'S WAREHOUSE 


Wallace North Carolina 



GORE'S GIFT & JEWELERY 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



Wallace 



WELLS STOCKYARD 



North Carolina 



WALLACE 


DRIVE 


- IN 


THEATRE 


PEN - LIN 


DRIVE 


- IN 


THEATRE 


Wallace 






North Carolina 


JOHNSON DRUG COMPANY 


Prescript! 


on REXALL 


Druggists 




Phone 


J370 




Jacksonville 






North Carolina 



FIRST CITIZENS 

BANK & TRUST 

COMPANY 



Member FDIC 



Jacksonville 



North Carolina 



HUMPHREY'S 



Hardware -Paint-Fe rtilizer-Seed 



BURGAW 



NORTH CAROLINA 



THE JEWEL BOX INC. 



"The Diamond Store" 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



BLANCHARD AND FARRIOR 



WAREHOUSE 



Wallace 



North Carolina 









FARMER'S 














SEED & FEED 












COMPANY 








Walla 


ce 






No 


rth Cai 


olina 








DARIO 










"We 


Specialize in Ice 


Cream" 




Walla 


ce 






No 


rth Cai 


olina 



Love - The feeling that makes a woman make a man make a fool of himself. 



Hug - A roundabout way of expressing affection. 



FARMER'S CAFE 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



KRAMER'S DEPARTMENT STORE 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



1 


CRAWFORD'S 




FASHION CENTER 




For style and quality 




at low prices 


Wallace 


North Carolina 




PENDER GROCERY 




SELF -- SERVICE 


Burgaw 


North Carolina 



COLLIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 



Clothes for the Whole Family 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



KATZ DEPARTMENT STORE 



'Pay Less -- Get More" 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



TOM 


CHEWNING INSURANCE AGENCY 


Insurance is Your Best Protection 


Burgaw 




North Carolina 




PENDER 


THEATRE 


Burgaw 




North Carolina 



GIDDENS BODY SHOP 
AND 
WRECKER SERVICE 



Phone 207-J1 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



PEARSALL'S 



SELF - SERVICE GROCERY 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 





BURGAW JEWELERS 




Burgaw 


North Carolina 




WALLACE HARDWARE 






AND 






MACHINE COMPANY, INC. 




Wallace 


North Ca 


rolina 



Kiss - A noun, though often used as a conjunction; it is never declined; it is more 
common than proper and is used in the plural and agrees with all genders. 



Bore - One who insi 
self. 


sts upon talking about himself when you want to talk about your- 


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WaMtMA 






ICE CREAM 


WHITE ICE CREAM AND MILK 


COMPANY 


Wilmington North Carolina 



He - "Dearest, am I good enough for you?" 

She - "No, but you're too good for any other girl." 



As Jimmy started out in the family car for a Saturday night date, Mrs. Saunders 
gave him the usual caution about the dangers of week-end traffic . Don' t worry, 
Mom," Jimmy said reassuringly, "We'll park." 



CASEY 
LUMBER COMPANY, INC 

Manufacturers of North Carolina Pine 
Air Dried Dressed 

Kiln Dried Re sawn 

Phone: Burgaw Exchange 3420 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



LANGSTON MOTOR SALES 



Quality Used Cars 



E. F. Langston, Proprietor 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



Mr. Sidbury - "Well, Alfred, how did you get along in the examination in English 

grammar today?" 
Alfred - "Oh, I done fine, Pop. I only made one mistake and I seen that as soon 

a s I done it." 



Football coach to player a s shapely b 1 o n d e walks past bench: "There goes the 
school's leading pass receiver!" 



E AND B OIL COMPANY 



JOBBERS SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 



Goodyear Tires 



Douglas Batteries 



NEW MODERN 



TIRE RECAPPING PLANT 



Burgaw 
Phone 4430 



Wallace 
Phone 2081 



Mrs. Clark's French Lecture: Something that can make you feel numb on one end 
and dumb on the other. 



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