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WAGRUB EDITORS 



Left to right 
First row 

High School Editor John Leimone 

Staff Member Ellen Lanier 

Staff Adviser. . . . Mrs. Payne 

Business Manager Whrens Williams 

Photography Co -Editor Eddie Fedoronko 

Second row 

Staff Member Judy Ruddell 

Art Editor Jane Chadwick 

Grammar School Editor Sharon Harrell 

Third row 

Boys' Sports Editor Don Barber 

Senior Editor Sheila Lanier 

Editor-in-Chief Mary Hazel Moore 

Club Editor Phyllis Wooten 

Photography Co-Editor Gene Ballard 



THE SENIORS 

PRESENT 



ALMA MATER 






A song, a song of gladness, 
A song of praise and cheer, 
We sing with hearts rejoicing 
To our Alma Mater dear. 
With hearts so true and loyal, 
Our highest tributes bring; 
To you we'll e'er ue faithful, 
To you we'll always sing. 

Chorus: 

Alma Mater, we love thee; 

Our hearts are sincere and true. 

Alma Mater, we love thee 

With a love, a love that is ever new. 

Your ideals that we cherish, 

Inspire us to heights unknown, 

Alma Mater, we love thee, 

We go on and on and on. 

Oh, may our Alma Mater ever, 
In Culture, Pow'r, and might, 
Move on in ev'ry feature, 
Of the honor we know right. 
And may the love that binds us 
Protect what e'er we do, 
While thoughts always noble 
Inspire and keep us true. 

Chorus: 

Alma Mater, we iove thee; 

Our hearts are sincere and true. 

Alma Mater, we love thee 

With a love, a love that is ever new. 

Your ideals that we cherish, 

Inspire us to heights unknown, 

Alma Mater, we love thee, 

We go on and on and on. 

Dorothy Turlington 



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THE WAGRUB OF 1958 



MARY HAZEL MOORE 
Editor-in-Chief 



WHRENS WILLIAMS 
Business Manager 



ANNUAL PUBLICATION 
VOLUME III 

BURGAW HIGH SCHOOL 
BURGAW, NORTH CAROLINA 



FOREWORD 



". . .The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who 
will have sought out and found how to serve." 

--Albert Schweitzer 



DEDICATION 




Because of his devotion to Burgaw High School, his unselfish 
attitude, his willingness to counsel and advise, his nobility of character, 
his acceptance of any task, large or small, WE, the staff of the 1958 
WAGRUB, proudly dedicate this volume of our annual to Mr. E. M. 
Thompson, friend of all, whose efforts and interest in our behalf have 
made better citizens of all of us. 





T. T. MURPHY 
County Superintendent 



E. M. THOMPSON 
Principal 



SCHOOL BOARD 



P. L. SPARKMAN, E. T. BATSON. Absent for picture, DAVID V. HARRELL 

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FACULTY 



Mrs. Rosalie Payne 
English and French 

Mrs. Elizabeth Futch 
Mathematics 

Mrs. Margaret McCullen 
History 



Mrs. Yetive Davis 
Home Economics 

Miss Katherine Brown 
Commercial 

Willis Johnson 

Mathematics and 

Physical Education 



Miss Margaret Shaw 
Science and Driving 

Mrs. Pearl Clark 
English 

W. C. Blackmore 
Agriculture 



Mrs. Grace Thompson 
Latin and Grade 8 

Mrs. Edith Mallard 
Glee Club and Piano 

Not Pictured: 

Miss Dollie Rhodes 

Piano 



FACULTY 



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 

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 

C. A. Payne 
Music Director 



Mrs. Eloise Ivey 
Lunchroom Manager 

Not Pictured: 

Mrs. Sarah Blake 
Grade 8 




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"It matters not how strait the gate, 

How charged with punishments the scroll, 
I am the master of my fate: 

I am the captain of my soul." 

From "Invictus" by William E. Henley 




CLASS MOTTO 



CLASS COLORS 



'Shadows fall behind as we 
walk toward the light." 



Navy blue and white 



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OFFICERS 
Left to right: 

Vice-President Whrens Williams 

Reporter Sheila Lanier 

Secretary Judy Ruddell 

Treasurer Virginia Williams 

President John Leimone 

Mascots Fred Dees, Kathy Beasley 



SENIORS 



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SENIORS 



WALTER DON AUGUSTINE 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Football 2; Play 
Cast 3; 4-H Club 1. 



GENE EDWARD BALLARD 

4-H Club 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer; Glee Club 
1,4; Play Cast 3; Baseball 2,4; Annual Staff 4- 
Co -Editor of Photography. 



DONALD IRVIN BARBER 

Football 1; Manager 2; Baseball 1,2,3; Monogram 
Club 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4, Sports Editor 4; 
Class Vice-President 3; Basketball 2. 



ELIZABETH ANNE BATSON 

4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Beacon Staff 3, 
4; Basketball 4. 



JOHN MICHAEL BORYK 

Football 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 
3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; 
Glee Club 1,3. 



JOYCE ANN BRINKLEY 
Glee Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1 ,2, 3,4; 4-H Club 4. 



BARBARA JANE CHADWICK 

GleeClub 1,2,3,4;4-H Club l;Basketball 3; Paper 
Staff 2,3; Annual Staff 4; Art Editor 4; F.H.A. 
1,2,3,4; Program Chairman 4; Play Cast 3. 



MAMIE RECA CHADWICK 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4. 



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SENIORS 



MILDRED GERTRUDE CREWS 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. 

PATSY LEE CROOM 

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



CAROLYN ANNE COOPER 

Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Basketball 2,3,4; All- 
County Guard 3; Monogram Club 3,4, Reporter 4; 
Paper Staff 2,3,4, Art Editor 4; Annual Staff 3; 
Play Cast 3; Bus Driver 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Glee 
Club 2,3; 4-H Club 2,3,4; Substitute Cheerleader 
2,3. 

EDWARD MILTON FARRIOR, JR. 

Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 
4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 2; 
Glee Club 1,2; Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Treasurer 4; 
Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; 



EDWARD JOSEPH FEDORONKO 

Paper Staff 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor of 
Photography 4; Play Cast 3; Glee Club 1,2,3. 



EDITH SHARON HARRELL 

Paper Staff 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4, Grammar 
School Editor 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1. 



JOHN MORRIS HERRING 

Football 2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 
4, Co-Captain 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 
3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4. 



HOMER LINWOOD HEWETT 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3; Annual Staff 4; 
Play Cast 3. 




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SENIORS 



TOMMY HORSKY 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Monogram Club 
1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Annual Staff 4. 



ROBERT WHITE JOHNSON 

Football 1,2,3,4; President of Class 1,3; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4, Co -Treasurer 4; 
Baseball 3; Glee Club 1,2,3. 



THOMAS STANLEY KARWOSKI 
Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. 

ANDREW PAUL KATALINIC 

Glee Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Annu al Staff 4; 
Play Cast 3. 



MARY ANN KRAYNICK 

Paper Staff 1,2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4; F.H.A. 1; 
Monogram Club 4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Recitation-Declamation 3,4. 



BRUSTER BARDEN LANIER 

Glee Club 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Bus 
Driver 4. 



ELLEN GERTRUDE LANIER 
Beta Club 4; Annual Staff 4. 

SHEILA NADINE LANIER 

PaperStaff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3, 4, Senior Editor 
4; F.T.A. 3; Class Secretary 2; Class Reporter 
4; Basketball 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3. 



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SENIORS 



JOHN EDWARD LEIMONE 

Football 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Paper Staff 1,2, 
3; Annual Staff 4, High School Editor; Beta Club 
3,4, President 4; Class President 4; Monogram 
Club 3,4. 



BEDIE MAE McKOY 
F. H. A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4. 



MARY HAZEL MOORE 

Paper Staff 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4, Editor-in- 
Chief 4; F.T.A. 3,4, President 3,4; Glee Club 1, 
2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Captain 3; 4-H 
Club 1; Girls' State 3. 



PHILIP MORRIS MOORE 
F. F. A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1. 



RODNEY WAYNE MOORE 
F. F. A. 1,3,4; Bus Driver 4; Glee Club 4. 

RICHARD VERNON MURRAY 
F. F. A. 1,2,3,4. 



BETTY LOU POWERS 

4-H Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,4; 
Paper Staff 3; Annual Staff 4. 



JIMMIE KINCHEN POWERS 
F. F. A. 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4. 




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SENIORS 

BETTY LOU RICHARDSON 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3; Paper Staff 2 .,3; 
Annual Staff 4; Play Cast 3,4; Recitation -Decla- 
mation 4. 



JOA1STN RIGGS 
F. H. A. 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4. 



FLOYD L. RIVENBARK 
Glee Club 1; F. F. A. 1,2, 3,4. 

JULIA MAE RIVENBARK 
Bus Driver 3,4; Paper Staff 4. 



JUDY DAWSON RUDDELL 

rla „ secretary 1,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Paper Staff 
2,3,4, Art Editor 2; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 
3; Annual Staff 4. 



JOHNNY LEWIS SMITH 

r„lf 1 2 CaDtain 2; Football 1,3; Baseball 1,4; 
SiU&U STcia.. Treasurer 2; Monogram 
Club 4. 



DARISON EUGENE WELLS 
F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. 

VIRGINIA ALICE WILLIAMS 

F H A 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 4; Cheer- 
leader 1,2,3, Chief 3; Paper Staff 1,2,3; Annual 
Staff 3 4 4-H Club 1,3,4; Basketball 2; Glee Club 
2 3 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Class 
Vice-President 2; Class Treasurer 1,4. 



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SENIORS 



WHRENS CASEY WILLIAMS 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,4; Baseball 1,2,3, 
4; Glee Club 1,2; Paper Staff 1,2,3; Annual Staff 
3,4; Business Manager 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Class Reporter 1,2; Class Vice-President 4. 



KATHRYN ANNE WOODCOCK 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Paper Staff 2,3; 
Annual Staff 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4. 



JUDY MERLE WOOTEN 
4-H Club 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. 

PHYLLIS MAUDE WOOTEN 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1 ,4; F.H.A. 1 ,2,3; 
Office Assistant 2,4; Annual Staff 2,4, ClubEditor 
4; Paper Staff 3. 



RONALD CLIFFORD WOOTEN 

Glee Club 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Sentinel 4; Annual 
Staff 4. 



Not Pictured 
DAVID MARSHBURN 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. 





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First row, left to right: JoAnn Riggs, Joyce Brinkly, Betty Richardson, Virginia Williams, 
Linwood Hewett, Don Augustine, Whrens Williams, Mike Boryk, Mary Hazel Moore, Ellen Lanier, 
Mamie Chadwick. Second row: Jane Chadwick, Anne Batson, Mary Ann Kraynick, Judy Ruddell, 
Philip Moore, Tommy Karwaski, John Leimone, Betty Powers, Patsy Croom, Katherine Woodcock. 
Third row: Phyllis Wooten, Ronald Wooten, Vernon Murray, Barden Lanier, Andrew Katalinic, 
Morris Herring, Judy Pierce, Julia Rivenbark, Sharon Harrell. Fourth row: Mildred Crews, 
Judy Meadows, Judy Wooten, Sheila Lanier, Rodney Moore, Gene Ballard, David Marshburn, 
Eddie Fedoronko, Floyd Rivenbark. Fifth row: Bedie McCoy, Bob Johnson, Carolyn Cooper, 
Jimmy Powers, Clara Cumbee, Pete Farrior, Tommy Horsky, Don Barber, Johnny Smith, Eugene 
Wells. 



SENIORS IN CAPS AND GOWNS 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



We, the graduating class of 1958, having spent 
twelve long years of our young lives educating 
ourselves, do not wish to depart and take leave 
forever without first bequeathing a few of our 
most cherished possessions to the members of 
the Senior Class of 1959. 

Article I 

Section A: To Mr. Thompson we leave our love 
and admiration. 

Section B: To the faculty we leave our appreci- 
ation for their patience and long suffering in 
these last four years. 

Article II 

Section A: To the Juniors we leave our worn out 

books, carved desks, and the ability to have a 

good time at a reasonable sum. 

Section B: To the Sophomores, we leave our 

poise and good looks. 

Section C: To the Freshmen, we leave our 

ability to keep the school going right. 

Section D: To the rest, we leave the remains of 

"ole" B.H.S. 

Article III 

To the building we leave our apologies for all the 
damage we have done. 

Article IV 

Morris "Shad" Herring leaves his football uni- 
form to Tracy James, but requests that he take 
good care of it. Best of luck, Tracy, in football 
next year. 

Katharine Woodcock wills her ability to "hook" 
a man to Carol Hewett and hopes she will put 
it to use soon. 

Bob Johnson leaves his book on How To Skip 
School In Ten Easy Lessons to Ross Traywick 
with the hope that Ross will have better luck than 
he did. 

Joyce Brinkley leaves her deep thoughts to 
Scarlett Johnson. 

Eddie FeJoronKo leaves his cool car take offs 
to Carol Gene Wood and Jerry Rivenbark. They 
have a mean one of their own now. 
To Barbara Burton and Ethel Jane Lanier, Mamie 
Chadwick, Bedie McKoy, and Mildred Crews will 
their devoted friendship. 

To Carolyn Durner, Jane Chadwick bestows her 
quiet ways and unspoken words. 
To Detrea Henderson and Milton Wells, Jimmy 
Powers wills his ability to get a diploma with 
the least effort. 

Don Barber bequeaths his ability to love one 
person to Mickey Wells. 

Ronald "Slick" Wooten wills his ability to bother 
good looking girls and scientific ability of doing 
Trig to Harvel Horrell. 

Jo Ann Riggs surrenders at least four inches of 
her height to Jeanette Saunders. 
John L e i m o n e leaves his class leadership to 
Horace Murray, who seems to be doing pretty 
well on his own. 

Mary Ann K r ayni ck leaves her praise and 
headaches concerning the "Beacon" to Annette 



Blackmore. 

Tommy Karwoski leaves his brotherly love to 
Teddy Karwoski. 

Tommy Horsky bestows his vast knowledge of 
handling women to Gregg Futch. "Go cat Go!" 
Pete Farrior leaves his fascinating personality 
to Sonny Langston. 

To Edith Ann Mallard, Andrew Katalinic leaves 
his ability to have an answer to everything . 
Philip Moore wills his desire to sleep in History 
IV class to Benny Wells. 

Betty Richardson wills her ability to do the wrong 
things at the right times to Betty Jean Price. 
Mary Hazel Moore bequeaths her ability to get 
along with others to Frances Allred. 
Don (Married) Augustine wills his good looks 
and charming ways toGurney Hood in hopes that 
he will have the success he has had. 
Whrens Williams bestows one half of his 
handsome features to be divided between Kenneth 
Mozingo and Jennings Humphrey. 
To Holly Paul and Sandra Crews, Flo yd Rivenbark 
and Eugene Wells leave their private seats in the 
library during homeroom period, 
BardenLanier leaves his ability to drive a school 
bus during his senior year, without an accident, 
to Hattie Mae Hall. 

To Linda Poluck, Ellen Lanier bestows her pint- 
size height and giant brains. 

Julia Rivenbark bestows upon Lois Rivenbark her 
quietness and big brown eyes. 

To Bobby Bell, Mike Boryk leaves his ability to 
stay up late Sunday nights and keep awake on 
Monday mornings. 

Sharon Harrell bequeaths to Nathaniel Wells her 
love for English and all her book reports so he 
won't have to spend his senior year reading. 
Vernon Murray leaves his shyness to Ray 
Chadwick so he may benefit the rising senior 
class by being less noisy. 

Gene Ballard leaves his privilege of going up 
town for Mrs. Payne to Sidney Balcombe. 
To Joyce Murray and Barbara Tokely, Anne 
Batson and Patsy Croom leave their ability to 
capture hearts of tall men. 

Johnny Smith wills his love for arguing to Jack 
Brinson. 

David Marshburn and Lindwood Hewett will to 
MiltonWells their way of understanding women. 
Judy Wooten bequeaths to Louise Wallace her 
" sputnick jet black hair." 

Carolyn Cooper leaves her fourth year of basket- 
ball to Betty Pridgen in the hope that she can 
use it next year. 

Betty Lou Powers bequeaths her cute ways to 
Elizabeth Bloodworth and Carolyn Ramsey who 
really have some outstanding ones of their own. 
Judy Ruddell wills her Beta Club leadership to 
Betty Lou Raynor. 

I, Sheila Lanier will my ability to get a "MRS" 
degree before a diploma to Gayle Newkirk. 
I, Virginia Williams will all of my good times 
at B.H.S. to Brenda Barger, Paula Williams, 
and Mary Ann Wolfe. 

Signed: Sheila Lanier 

Virginia Williams 
Witnesses: Mrs. Payne 

Mrs. McCullen 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Judy Ruddell - John Leimone 



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BEST LOOKING 
Virginia Williams - Whrens Williams 



SENIOR 




MOST CO-OPERATIVE 
Whrens Williams - Judy Ruddell 




SUPERLATIVES 




MOST UNIQUE 
Mike Boryk - Betty Richardson 



BEST ALL AROUND 
Judy Ruddell - Pete Farrior 




MOST ATHLETIC 
Carolyn Cooper - Morris Herring 



CUTEST 
Mike Boryk - Betty Powers 




WITTIEST 
Phyllis Wooten - Ronald Wooten 



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CLASS HISTORY 



Was it really four years ago that we were Freshmen? It is 
hard to believe that it has been four years since we entered the 
ninth grade. There were eighty-five members in our Freshman 
class. Our class officers were Bob Johnson, Pete Farrior, Judy 
Ruddell, and Virginia Williams. The trip that our Civics class 
made to Raleigh was one of the most outstanding events of the year. 

After a brief vacation we began our Sophomore year. When 
we entered the Sophomore year, sixty was our total enrollment. 
The class officers in the tenth grade were Virginia Williams, 
Sheila Lanier, and Mary Hazel Moore. Carolyn Cooper and Mary 
Ann Kraynick representedour class on the girls' basketball team. 

Fifty-three students returned for our Junior year, which was 
filled with many happy events. Morris Herring, PeteFarrior, 
Mike Boryk, Whrens Williams, Johnny Smith, Bob Johnson, John 
Leimone, Tommy Horsky, Tommy Karwaski, Gene Ballard, and 
Don Barber represented our class on the football, basketball, and 
baseball teams. Cheerleaders from our class who supported the 
teams were Virginia Williams, Mary Hazel Moore, and Carolyn 
Cooper. Our Junior play, Magnificent Obsession , was a big success. 
We worked very hard on the Junior-Senior Banquet, which was the 
highlight of the year. The theme was the "Stork Club," and it was 
so pretty that it was worth all the work and effort that we had put 
into it. Bob Johnson, Don Barber, and Judy Ruddell were our class 
officers. 

Then we were Seniors! It hardly seemed possible that so 
much time had passed since we first entered high school. Forty- 
six students were back to enjoy ourlast andmost meaningful year. 
Beta Club members from our class were John, Leimone, Judy 
Ruddell, Carolyn Cooper, and Ellen Lanier. Virginia Williams 
reigned as Home Coming Queen; Sheika Lanier, Mary Hazel Moore, 
and Sharon Harrell were her attendants. Senior class officers 
were John Leimone, Whrens Williams, Judy Ruddell, Virginia 
Williams, and Sheila Lanier. We were very proud and excited 
when we received our class rings. 

These four years have been short, but they have also been 
very happy and will. remain a part of us forever. We are grateful 
to you--BURGAW HIGH SCHOOL--fo.r giving us four very happy 
and memorable years. 

Judy Ruddell and Patsy Croom 
Historians 



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PROPHECY OF THE CLASS OF '58 



The Time: 



196E 



The City: Washington 



Our job: 



Cops 



The story: 

Miss Mary Hazel Moore, one of the richest women in 
the United States, has called us in to search for her 
missing jewels. We believe them to be anywhere in 
the vicinity of the United States or Alaska. We are 
going to start by contacting some of her closest friends. 
Our search will take us all around the country. We 
shall begin right here in Washington, where she is 
presently staying. Then we intend to go to her home 
town, where quite a number of her friends are living. 

Since the President is a good friend of hers, we shall 
see him first. As we are talking to the President, who 
is Mr. John Leimone,his charming wife comes in. We 
discover she, the former Kathryn Woodcock, is also a 
friend of Miss Moore. 

We go on to a large hospital in Washington to see Dr. 
Gene Ballard, one of the world's greatest baby doctors. 
We meet his assistant*, Miss Joyce Brinkley, who is 
working to complete the examination of one of his 
patients. 

We then talk to a scientist who is really coming up in 
the world. We find him, Professor EdwardFedoronko, 
giving a statement to the press: "After a long and 
tedious struggle, I have finally sentup the UnitedStates' 
first successful around -the -world satellite." 

Before going on to Burgaw, we see Miss Moore's 
lawyer, Mr. Bob White Johnson. Discovering that he 
hasn't found out any information leading to the missing 
jewels, we decide to leave. 

Uponarriving in Burgaw, we visit Burgaw HighSchool. 
As we enter the door, we see Mr. Johnny Smith sitting 
in the office behind the desk. His name is on the door 
as principal. He tells us that Mr. Thompson, the well- 
lovedprincipal before him,has now retired. While we 
are talking to him, Miss Julia Rivenbark comes in. She 
is now the secretary and commercial teacher of this 
school. 

As we leave the school, we see some one we recognize, 
Miss Sharon Harrell, now a famous Metropolitan Opera 
star, who with some friends are home on a visit. 



While in Burgaw, we see Mr. Whrens Williams who has 
become sole owner of the many lumber companies in 
the United States. 

We take a drive in the country and find that Pete Farrior 
and Mike Boryk have one of the leading trucking 
businesses in the world. We also have an opportunity 
to talk to their secretary, Miss Mildred Crews. 

We alsohave an opportunity to talk with another one of 
Miss Moore's friends, the former Miss Judy Wooten. 
She has married one of her hometown sweethearts and 
has opened a nursery for children in her home. 

Rocky Point has become one of the leading cities in 
North Carolina, and its main drug center is owned and 
run by Dr. Linwood Hewett, a noted pharmacist. 

One the other side of Burgaw, in Maple Hill, we visit 
Jimmy Powers, District Attorney, who has just broken 
up a ring of burglars working the state of North 
Carolina. 

We discover that two of Miss Moore's friends are now 
living in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mr. Tommy 
Karwoski and Mr. Tommy Hor sky have opened a dance 
studio and are now giving lessons on a new Elvis 
Presley Sambo. By the way, that dance step has 
overrulled the old-fashioned bop steps. 
In Durham, we visit Professor Andrew Katalinic, who 
teaches Biology at Duke University. 

While we are in Chapel Hill we decide to see the 
Reverend Barden Lanier, to get his opinion on the 
missing jewels, only to find him performing a marriage 
ceremony of two of Miss Moore's old and dear friends. 
Their story is a simple one. Right after graduating 
from high school Sheila Lanier went to work for the 
News and Observer and worked her way up to star 
reporter. Morris "Shad" Herring went to Carolina, 
became an all-star player on the basketball team and 
later came back to coach at his Alma Mater. One of 
Sheila's jobs was to interview him, and their romance 
took spark again. Now we see them in front of the 
altar taking the marriage vows. 



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CLASS PROPHECY 



In Wilmington we learn that Floyd Rivenbark has taken 
over the Comedy Hour on Channel 6. Two of his main 
comedians are Phyllis Wooten and Ronald Wooten. 

Now we'll go to Florida and make one quick stop in 
Tampa to visit Miss Mamie Chadwick, who has started 
a chain of stores all around the world, Mamie's 5 and 
10. 

Our next stop is California. In many stores we see 
advertised a new formula for a lipstick that cannot be 
removed without a special cream. This lipstick was 
invented by Miss LaVonne, the former Miss Bedie 
McKoy. 

Also, we visit Miss Antoinette, the former Miss Jo Ann 
Riggs, who is now a hair stylist working for Metro 
Goldwyn Mayer. 

While we are in the wild and woolly West, we call on 
Mrs. Judy Ruddell, who together with her husband, 
owns a large ranch where they raise riding ponies. 
Their ranch is located in Oklahoma. 

We are going to travel to Alaska to visit another close 
friend of Miss Moore's, Miss Ann Bat son, who has been 
sent by the President on a special mission to Alaska. 
While Miss Batson is there, she will visit a dear friend 
whom she hasn't seen since she was about seventeen 
years old. 

Now back in the states, we stop in Chicago and see 
Miss Ellen Lanier, who has become one of the most 
noted social workers in the United States. 

After our little chat with Miss Lanier , we notice crowds 
rushing to a large fire. We see the Chief of the Fire 
Department, Eugene Wells, rushing to and fro. 

Nothing anyone has had to say has added any clues to 
the case of the missing jewels. 

We shall travel on to New York to see if our luck is 
any better. Our first stop will be at a very exclusive 
night club, "The Silver Cane." We find out that the 
owners are Philip Moore and Don Augustine. 



We rush to have a talk with Mr. David Marshburn and 
Mr. Vernon Murray, who have kindly consented to 
spare us a few minutes of their time before leaving on 
another wild game hunt in Africa. 

Well, up to this point.no one has helped us very much. 
In fact, we have no information to add at all. While we 
are resting, we decide to turn on television and watch 
a quiet program. The program is none other than 
Matinee Theater, of which the producer is Don Barber. 
The play now showing on the theater is "Murder in the 
Night," which has been revised many times for many 
different theaters by the great writer, Miss Mary Ann 
Kraynick. Two of the leading members in the cast are 
Miss Oola La, the former Miss Patsy Croom, and Miss 
Bright Star, the former Miss Betty Lou Richardson, 
both of whom gave such superb performances in the 
Junior play while in high school. 

After the play is over, we switch stations in time to 
catch the last few minutes of the crowning of "Miss 
Universe." The title goes to our own lovely Miss 
Virginia Williams. 

We would give up hope here, but there is another stop, 
so we won't be discouraged until the very end. 

At the last stop, we enter the office of the world-famous 
fashion designer, Madame Betty Lou Powers. We see two 
gracious models, Carolyn Cooper and Jane Chadwick, 
standing on a platform modeling lovely evening gowns. 
As we come closer, we discover that they are wearing 
the stolen jewels. Of all the people we have seen and 
had planned to visit, the very ones who were mixed up 
in the stealing of the jewels, were the last ones on our 
list of her friends. 

Bat now, this case is closed and sealed and is never to 
be opened again by Miss Mary Hazel Moore. 



Signed: 

Sergeant Friday and Officer Smith 
(Alias: Carolyn Cooper and Jane Chadwick) 



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OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

Treasurer Jeanette Saunders 

Secretary Annette Blackmore 

Vice-President Kenneth Mozingo 

President Horace Murray 

Reporter Betty Lou Raynor 



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Frances Allred 
Sidney Balcombe 
Brenda Barger 



Bobby Bell 
Annette Blackmore 
Elizabeth Bloodworth 



Jack Brinson 
Barbara Burton 
Sandra Crews 



Carolyn Durner 
Gregg Futch 
Hattie Mae Hall 



Detrea Henderson 
Carol Hewett 
Gurney Hood 



Harvel Horrell 
Jennings Humphrey 
Tracey James 



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JUNIORS 

Scarlett Johnson 
Teddy Karwoski 
Sonny Langston 



Ethel Jane Lanier 
Edith Ann Mallard 
Kenneth Mozingo 



Horace Murray 
Joyce Murray 
Gayle Newkirk 



Linda Paluck 
Holly Paul 
Betty Jean Price 



Betty Pridgen 
Carolyn Ramsey 
Betty Lou Raynor 



Jerry Rivenbark 
Lois Rivenbark 
Jeanette Saunders 




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JUNIORS 

Linda Sherman 
Mary Nette Sisson 
Barbara Tokoly 



Ross Trawick 
Louise Wallace 
Benny Wells 



Mickey Wells 
Milton Wells 
Nathaniel Wells 



Paula Williams 
Mary Ann Wolfe 
Carol Gene Wood 



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OFFICERS: 



Left to right: Stacy Covil, Vice-President; Judy 
Leimone, Secretary; Ellen Caryl Futch, Re- 
porter; Bill Taylor, Treasurer; Herman Strick- 
land, President. 



SOPHOMORES 



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SOPHOMORES 



Janet Arnold 
Judy Autry 
Brenda Ballard 
Peggy Batson 



Worth Beverage 
Annette Boryk 
Mary Ruth Bowden 
Richard Brown 



Graham Carter 
Stacy Covil 
Aaron Croom 
Vera Croom 



Douglas Flynn 
Ellen Caryl Futch 
Josette Futch 
Judy Giddens 



Freddy Gorsky 
Alice Groves 
Barbara Hall 
Sally James 



SOPHOMORES 



Stuart Jones 

Ann Elizabeth Jonkheer 

Betty Lanier 

Jean Lanier 



Judy Leimone 
Edward Mauney 
David McClendon 
Chinnis McKoy 



Judy McKoy 
Merle Meadows 
Sylvia Moore 
Dewey Padgett 



Brenda Pearsall 
Charlotte Richardson 
Linda Richardson 
Betty Riggs 



Audrey Rivenbark 
Martha Rowe 
Thelma Saunders 
Phyllis Sherman 





SOPHOMORES 



Herman Strickland 
Graham Sumner 
Patricia Tatum 
Bill Taylor 



Bobbie Taylor 
Donna Walton 
John David Watkins 
Ervin Wells 



Linda Wells 
Pearlene Wells 
David Williams 




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OFFICERS 

Left to right: Twylah Smith, President; Annette 
Powers, Reporter; Samuel Casey, Treasurer; 
Gwen Bryant, Secretary; Gail Ward, Vice- 
President. 



FRESHMEN 



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FRESHMEN 

Betty Biggs 
Faye Blanchard 
Ray Blanchard 
Buck Bloodworth 
Bobby Bolick 



Betty Bowden 
Kay Bowen 
Gwen Bryant 
Wade Burton 
Katie Carter 



Kent Carter 
Samuel Casey 
Gracie Chadwick 
Marilyn Cooper 
J. B. Croom 



Linda Croom 
Patsy Croom 
Pat Davis 
Joann Eakins 
Roger Flynn 



Bonnie Fulcher 
Frank Futch 
Needham Hall 
Catnerine Hewett 
Bill Horrell 



Freddy Horrell 
Sabrah Horrell 
Glenda Johnson 
Eugene Jordan 
Raymond Jordon 



Susan Kessler 
Johnny Kraynick 
Paul Kraynick 
Hazel Lanier 
Phoebe Lanier 



Selma Lanier 
Louis Leimone 
Bob Lewis 
Ruth Lewis 
Graham Littleton 



Curtis s Malpass 
Faye Marshburn 
Cora Lee Meadows 
Alex Meeks 
Ethel Meeks 



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FRESHMEN 



Patsy Meeks 
Anita Fay Murray 
Ardrey Murray 
Faith Murray 
Carol Pearsall 



Edwin Pierce 
Sandra Pope 
Robbie Powell 
Annette Powers 
Gail Powers 



Delores Ramsey 
Jenny Rhodes 
Allen Rivenbark 
Dewey Rivenbark 
James Rivenbark 



Jimmy Rivenbark 
Penny Rivenbark 
Adrian Ruddell 
Bevret Saunders 
Louis Sawyer 



Glenda Sellars 
Pat Smith 
Twylah Smith 
Susan Son 
Louise Sumner 



Dicky Thigpen 
Stella Vdovich 
Nick Vdovich 
Gail Ward 
Linda Waters 



Nellie Watkins 
Bessie Wells 
Billy Wells 
Daniel Wells 
Donald Wells 



Frances Wells 
Kay Whisnant 
Jerry Wooten 
Karen Wooten 
Floyd Worrells 



Bert Yates 




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EIGHTH GRADE 



First Row: Ruth Batson, Mac Beasley, Elna Best, Janet Blake, Mary Blanchard, Alton Blizzard, 
Audrey Bond, Joe Brinkley, Betty Brown. Second Row: Gene Chadwick, Richard Collins, Allen 
Croom, Linda Deal, Patsy Deal, Gary Foy, Judy Futch, Bill George, Elaine Hardison. Third 
Row Annie Harris, Hugh Highsmith, Jonnette Johnson, Alan Jordan, Patty Karwo ski, Pauline 
Lanier, Christine Leimone, Elbert Littleton, Julia Mallard. Forth Row: Anita Marshburn, 
Stony McKoy, Wayne McLendon, Deanna Meadows, Hilda Meadows, Kathy Moore, Alice Mozingo, 
Mary Narron, Joe Newkirk. Fifth Row: Johnny Paluck, Kenneth Paul, David Powers, Barbara 
Price, Judith Richardson, Hilda Rivenbark, Yvonne Rivenbark, Bradford Rowe, Carrie Rowe. 
Sixth Row Nita Rowe, Sherrie Sherman, Stanley Sisson, Jimmy Spender, Louise Thigpen, 
Joanna Thompson, Carolyn Tokoly, Nellie Vdovich, Nora Walton. Seventh Row: Pearlie Wat- 
kins, John Westbrook, Carol Winborne, Doloris Worrell, Marvin Worrell, Joan Wooten, Sue 
Wooten, Susie Young. Not Pictured Duncan Cowan and Patsy Flynn. 




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SEVENTH GRADE 



First Row: Ann Batson, Hodges Bell, Marie Blackmore, Donnie Blanchard, Nancy Blizzard, 
Connie Bolick, Mary Burgess, Carol Cantwell, Billy Carter. Second Row: Milton Chadwick, 
Wayne Cowan, Ralph Croom, Rose Croom, Charles Deal, James Deal, Everett Durham, Harold 
Field, Kenneth Futch. Third Row: Lawrence Grady, Ann Harrell, Anita Harrell, Lillian Harrell, 
Pauline Harris, Carolyn Horrell, Linda Jordan, M ar ion Johnson, Dorothy Lewis. Forth Row: 
Billy Manley, Nancy Mauney, Freddy McKoy, Cheryl McNeil, Carl Murray, Marsha Murray 
Melba Murray, William Naumuk, Johnnie Powell. Fifth Row: Jimmy Price, Gail Pridgen, 
Sandra Pridgen, Peggy Ramsey, Carolyn Rivenbark, Edward Rivenbark, Hazel Rivenbark, 
James Rivenbark, Robert Rivenbark. Sixth Row: Thurman Rivenbark, David Sanderson, Mary 
Saunders, Billie Lou Simmons, Donald Summerlin, Gary Trawick, Tim Turner, Billy Watkins, 
Allen Wells. Seventh Row: Dalton Wells, E a r 1 W e 1 1 s .Lincoln Wells, Marilyn Wells, Nancy 
Wells, Robert W e 1 1 s , Mary Jo White, George Yates. Not Pictured: Ronnie Blanchard, Bill 
Chaffin, Fred Kessler. 




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SIXTH GRADE 



First Row: Jimmy Ballard, Roy Barnhill, Murray Batson, Nancy Batson, Billy Bland, Linda 
Bland, Steve Blanton, Mary Bullard, Frankie Burch. Second Row: Mandy Carter, Isabella 
Casey, Ledell Casey, Barbara Chadwick, Carolyn Coburn, Nancy Croom, Adell Deal, Donald 
Deal, Nancy Deal. Third Row: Ray Deal, Brenda English, Freelan Fraley, Linda Gorsky, Hazel 
Gore, Dianne Griffin, Jerry Guy, M i c h a e 1 Harrell, Geraldine Harris. Fourth Row: Lloyd 
Harris, Kay Herring, Arlene Higgins, Judy Hill, Donnie Horrell, Julie Humphrey, Don Johnson, 
Gloria Krockmalny, Billy Lanier. Fifth Row: Jimmy Lewis, Judy Massengill, Peggy Matthews, 
Alma Murray, Sylvia Murray, Larry Richardson, Joyce Rivenbark, Tommy Robbins, Charles 
Eowe. Sixth Row: Roy Rowe, Rowe Sawyer, Frankie Seamster, Anita Shepard, Patty Simpson, 
Agnes Smith, Freddy Smith, Nancy Swain, Carolyn Taylor. Seventh Row: Kay Taylor, Harry 
Thomas, Albert Watkins, Eugene Watkins, Bonnie Wells, Elsie Wells, Roger Wells, Harry 
Whisnant, Penny Whiteside, Linda Williams. 




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FIFTH GRADE 

First Row: Wright Anderson, Harriet Baker, Janice Barger, Becky Batson, Tommy Blake, 
Faye Blanton, Ross Bowden, Tommy Bradshaw, Ann Brown. Second Row: Margaret Brown, 
David Bullard, Elizabeth Cain, Betty Chadwick, Eugene Chadwick, Joyce Co burn, Gary Covil, 
Mary Cowan, Gerald Croom. Third Row: Eddie Deal, Mike English, Edward Fisher, Jo Ann 
Fulcher, Philip Gould, Annette Grady, Shirley Griffin, Diane Hardison, Richard Harrell. Fourth 
Row: Judy Hewitt, Lois Higgins, Dempsey Howard, Sandra Howard, Paula Jones, Betty Jane 
Kraynick, Thomas Lanier, Amelia Leimone, Patricia Leimone. Fifth Row: Aaron Littleton, 
Sue Manley, Robbie Moore, Stanley Murray, Linda Naumuk, Mary Ann Naumuk, Tommy Pres- 
cott, Diane Rivenbark, Cary Rivenbark. Sixth Row: Suzanne Rivenbark, Rachel Rowe, Bonnie 
Rye, Ronald Summerlin, Joe Knox Taylor, Gladys Thomas, Brenda Thomson, Linda Thomson, 
Carolyn Wells. Seventh Row: David Wells, Ray Wells, Terry Wells, Elaine Yates, Norman 
York. Not Pictured: Mary Frances Ballard, Linda Howard, Ronnie Rivenbark. 




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FOURTH GRADE 



First Row; James Barnhill, Linda Batson, Bobby Beverage, John Blake, Dorothy Blizzard, 
Linwood Bond, Eleanor Burch, Clyde Burgess, Polly Cain, Ernest Carter. Second Row: Louise 
Chadwick, David Clark, Bob Corbett, Johnny Cowan, Lynn Croom, Priscilla Croom, PhiJ lip Deal, 
Betsy Dees, Vernon Eakins, Thelma Fisher. Third Row: Lynette Grady, Buddy Griffin, Cecily 
Gyetvai, Brenda Hardison, Laura Hardison, Carl Harrell, LauyHarrell, Cynthia Highsmith, 
Cheryl Hill, Connie Johnson. Fourth Row: Joe Kraynick, Rose Mary KrockmaLney, Linda Lane, 
Laverne Lanier, Gene Lanier, Maxine Lanier, Alice Manley, Sherry Manley, Frank McKoy, 
Glenda Moore. Fifth Row: Helen Mozingo, Larry Murray, Phyllis Nanney, Edith Paluck, Eliza- 
beth Parker, Tommy Pope, Kenneth Powell, Billy Prescott, James Rivenbark, Jimmy Rivenbark. 
Sixth Row: Sandra Rivenbark, Sherrol Rouse, Linda Sasser, Jo Sherman, Linda Simpson, 
Nadine Strickland, Wayne Turner, Johnny Umstead, M. C. Warter, Eddie Wells. Seventh Row: 
Janet Wells, Jeff Wells, Johnny Wells, Philip Wells, Phyllis Wells, Shirley Wells, Vickie Wells, 
Gail Whaley, Mackie Whaley. Not Pictured: Glenda Fussell, Phillip Rivenbark, Tommy Vick. 



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THIRD GRADE 



First Row: Annette Anderson, Bill Baker, Eddie Blake, Nellie Blizzard, Donald Bowden, Jean 
Bowden, Julia Brown, Mary Burch, Sally Carter, Kay Chadwick. Second Row: Susan Chaffin, 
Larry Croom, Kathy Croom, Judy Deal, Odyssel English, Bertha Mae Fisher, Leigh Futch, 
Christine Gore, Lorraine Gould, James Harrell. Third Row: Sharon Higgins, Graham Jordan, 
Marian Kelly, Shirley Kennedy, Linwood Kibby, Jimmy Kraynick, Donnie Lane, Ellen Lanier, 
Shirleen Lanier, Mary Leimone. Fourth Row: Tommy Lewis, Kate Lockey, Steve Malpass, 
Gail Manley, Evelyn Mar shburn, Sherry Meeks, Rocky Moore, Fred Murray, Linda Murray, 
Stanley Nakoneczny. Fifth Row: Steve Narron, Dick Naumuk, Don Norris, Garland Odum, Ray 
Paul, Brenda Pridgen, Gary Pridgen, Charlie Pullen, Celia Ramsey, John Rhem. Sixth Row: 
Edward Rivenbark, Geneva Rivenbark, Jimmy Rivenbark, Myra Rivenbark, Nora Wray Rivenbark, 
Roger Rivenbark, Wayne Rivenbark, Linda Robbins, Grady Roupe, Donnie Rowe. Seventh Row: 
James Lee Royal, Johnny Russ, Danny Sanderson, Lee Simpson, Norma Summerlin, Ann Watkins, 
Bobby Watkins, Archie Ray Wells, Bonnie Wells, Jane Westbrook. Eighth Row: Jackson Whaley, 
Prentice Whaley, Jerry Lee Wheeler, Joe Lee Williams. 



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SECOND GRADE 



First Row. Roger Bowden, Janet Bowen, Tim Brinson, Linda Brown, Linwood Brown, Joseph 
Burch, Joyce Cain, Charlie Casey, Nellie Chadwick. Second Row: Charles Cochran, Alton Cottle, 
Nita Covil, Cliff Davis, Jr., Cathy Deal, Bob Dees, Carl Fisher Frank Fu s s e 1 1 Llbby Futch. 
Third Row: Betty Jane Garris, Freddy Gaylor, Janice Griffin, Angelea Groves, Charlie Groves 
Linda Sue Harrell, Ruth Harrell, Lineard Harris, Janice Herring. Fourth Row: Joe Honey cutt 
Irene Hulbert, Joseph Hulbert, Raymond Krockomalny, Michael Lanier, Jimmy Lamer, Wayne 
Lanier, Stanley Lowe, Diane McCoy. Fifth Row: Al Murray, George Norris, Hugh Overstreet. 
BUI Peedin, Andy Poluck, Joe Prescott, Sherry Reade, Kathy Richardson, Glenn Rivenbark. 
S xth Row: Jakie Rivenbark, Adrian Rowe, Wilma Lee Rye, Kitsy Thomas, Richard Thomas 
Marie Thomasson, Joe Watkins, Faye Wells, Barry Whaley. Seventh Row Terry Worrell, 
Jewell Ann Wynn, Johnny Yates, Kathy Yates. Not Pictured: Hansford Huff and Kathy Garner. 




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FIRST GRADE 




First Row: Sherry Bakan, Vicky Bannerman, Betty Barnhill, Judy Barnhill, Donna Beasley, Sara 
Blizzard, Richard Cantwell, Paula Chewning, Terry Clark, Francis Collins. Second Row: Dean 
Cowan, JeanCowan, Barry Croom, Mary Ellen Deal, Peggy Deal, Sue Ellen Deal, Donald DeBose, 
Jerry Fedoronko, Margaret Fisher , Shirley Fisher. Third Row: Michael Fraley, Kenneth Fussell, 
Reggie Fussell, Larry Garner, Carol Gyetvia, Cathy Harrell, Sam Harrell, Eddie Horrell, Ronnie 
Hubbard, Zeb Jordan. Fourth Row: Clifton Kennedy, Debbie Lanier, Martha Mallard, Susan 
McLendon, Johnny Manley, Carlene Meeks, Roy Milford, Hugh Moore, Jimmy Moore, Lawrence 
Moore. Fifth Row: Paul Naumuk, Charlie Overstreet, Patricia Parker, Kay Powell, Doris 
Price, Genell Pridgen, Steve Ramsey, Bertha AnnRivenbark, Dennis Rivenbark, Jackie Rivenbark. 
Sixth Row: Janet Rivenbark, Millie Rowe, Ervin Saunders, Sandra Sparkman, Steve Summerlin, 
Bill Trawick, Mike Vick, Donald "Wells, Donnie Sue Wells, Lova Jean Whaley. Seventh Row: 
Diane Williams, Jeffrey Williams, Judy Wynn. 



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Editor-in-Chief Mary Hazel Moore 

Assistant Editor Edith Anne Mallard 

High School Editor John Leimone 

Assistant High School Editor . . . Linda Sherman 

Grammar School Editor Sharon Harrell 

Assistant Grammar School Editor . .Gail Newkirk 

Senior Editor Sheila Lanier 

Photography Co-Editors Gene Ballard 

Eddie Fedoronko 
Assistant Photography Editor . .Horace Murray 

Boys' Sports Editor Don Barber 

Assistant Boys' Sports Editor . .Jackie Brinson 

Club Editor Phyllis Wooten 

Assistant Club Editor Frances Allred 

Art Editor Jane Chadwick 

Assistant Art Editor Kenneth Mozingo 

Brenda Barger. . .Ellen Lanier. . . Judy Ruddell 



Editor-in-Chief 
MARY HAZEL MOORE 

Assistant Editor 
EDITH ANNE MALLARD 




STAFF CONVEYS 



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BUSINESS STAFF 



Business Manager Whrens Williams 

Assistant Business Manager .... Gurney Hood 

Treasurer Pete Farrior 

Assistant Treasurer Bob Johnson 

Mike Boryk 
Ray Chad-wick 
Tommy Horsky 
Jennings Humphrey 
Andrew Katalinic 
Betty Powers 
Betty Richardson 
Jerry Rivenbark 
Nathaniel Wells 
Virginia Williams 
Katherine Woodcock 
Ronald Wooten 
Paula Williams 




Business Manager 
WHRENS WILLIAMS 

Assistant Business Manager 
GURNEY HOOD 



SENIOR SPIRIT 




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THE BEACON 




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Left to right: Kay Bowen, Carol Hewett, Dona Walton, Annette Powers, Ellen Caryl Futch, Judy 
Giddens, Susan Kessler, Holly Paul, Joyce Murray, Betty Jean Price, Louise Wallace, Susan 
Son, Pat Davis, Freddie Gorsky, Edward Mauney, Mary Ann Wolfe, Mrs. Futch, sponsor, Annette 
Blackmore, Carolyn Cooper, Judy McCoy, Mary Ann Kraynick, Josette Futch, Anne Batson, 
Ethel Meeks.Mary Ruth Bowden, Miss Brown, sponsor, Gwen Bryant, David Williams, Barbara 
Tokoly, Hattie Mae Hall, Ross Traywick, Patsy Croom, Carolyn Durner, Martha Rowe, Jeanette 
Saunders, Gregg Futch, Mickey Wells, Judy Autrey. 



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OFFICERS 

Editor-in-Chief 
MARY ANN KRAYNICK 

Assistant Editor 
ANNETTE BLACKMORE 



RECORDS LIFE AT B.H.S. 



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John Leimone 
President 





Horace Murray 
V-President 



Carolyn Cooper 
Secretary 



BETA CLUB 




Annette Blackmore 
Treasurer 



Left to right, First row: Kenneth Mozingo, Betty Lou Raynor, Gurney Hood, Ellen Lanier, 
Elizabeth Bloodworth, Edith Ann Mallard. Second row: Linda Poluck, Gayle Newkirk, Judy 
Ruddell, Carolyn Cooper, John Leimone, Annette Blackmore, Scarlet Johnson, Horace Murray. 

ACHIEVEMENT, CHARACTER, LEADERSHIP 




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GIRLS' CHORUS 



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First row, Left to right: Mrs. Forrest Mallard, Director , Faye Marshburn, Annette Blackmore, 
Pe ggy Batson, Robbie Powell, Barbara Hall, Linda Croom, Sharon Harrell, Mary Hazel Moore, 
Charlotte Richardson, Joann Eakins, Phyllis Sherman, Patsy Croom, Brenda Barger. Second 
row: Hattie Mae Hall, Patsy Meeks, Paula Williams, Holly Paul, Barbara Burton, Linda Wells, 
Kay Whisnant, Dona Walton, Phoebe Lanier, Sandra Pope, Betty Richardson, Nellie Watkins, 
Elizabeth Bloodworth, Mamie Chadwick. Third row: Annette Boryk, Betty Lou Raynor, Linda 
Richardson, Betty Jean Bowden, Delores Ramsey, Gracie Chadwick, Selma Lanier, Susan Son, 
Vera Croom, Glenda Johnson, Bedie McCoy, Stella Vdovich, SusanKessler, Judy Giddens, Virginia 
Williams. Fourth row: Barbara Tokoly, Gayle Newkirk r Phyllis Wooten, Betty Pridgen, Kattie 
Carter, Faith Murray, Janet Arnold, Katherine Woodcock, Edith Ann Mallard, Clara Cumbee, 
Louise Sumner, Mary Ann Wolfe, Jane Chadwick, Ethel Jane Lanier, Gayle Ward. Fifth row: 
Pat Davis, Judy McCoy, Thelma Saunders, Jeannette Saunders, Frances Allred, Alice Groves, 
Mary Ruth Bowden, Kay Bowen, Mary Elizabeth Jonkeer, Ethel Meeks, Bevret Saunders, Linda 
Waters, Carolyn Ramsey, Mildred Crews, Anne Batson, Carolyn Durner. 



MUSIC APPRECIATION AND ENTERTAINMENT 



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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 

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First row, Left to right: Judy Giddens, Josette Futch, Frances Allred, Mary Hazel Moore, 
Ellen Caryl Futch, Edith Ann Mallard. Second row: Mary Ann Wolfe, Annette Boryk, Annette 
Powers, Patsy Croom, Caryl Hewett, Kay Bowen, Selma Lanier. Third row: Carolyn Durner, 
Linda Sherman, Bobby Taylor, Joyce Ann Murray, Kay Whistnant, Mrs. Futch, Sponsor. 







OFFICERS 



Left to right: 

Secretary Josette Futch 

Vice President, 

Song Leader Frances Allred 

President Mary Hazel Moore 

Librarian(not pictured) . . . Edith Ann Mallard 
Treasurer Ellen Caryl Futch 



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First Row, Left to right: Bob Hugh Corbett, Vernon Easkins, Tommy Vick, Robert Beverage, Mike 
English, Nancy Croom, Janis Barger, Linda Gorsky, Carolyn Colburn, Julia Humphrey. Second 
Row: Mr. Payne, Director, Aaron Littleton, Frankie McCoy, Carlton Harrell, Tommy Robbins, 
Mary Ann Naumuk, Peggy Matthews, Marie Blackmore, Marian Johnson, Gloria Krockmalny. Third 
Row: Harry Thomas, Roy Rowe, Penny Whiteside, Joe Knox Taylor, William Naumuk, Jimmy 
Rivenbark, Wayne Cowan, Everett Durham, Tommy Blake, Johnnie Poluck, Joe Bryant Newkirk. 
Fourth Row: Dolores Worrells, Mary Jo White, Bonnie Fulcher, Judy Giddens, Jimmy Ballard, 
Gary Traywick, Duncan Cowan, Bobby Bollick, Jimmy Spender. Fifth Row: Linda Croom, Anita 
Shepard, Elaine Hardison, David Saunderson, Johnny Westbrook, Joe Brinkiey, Freddie Gorsky, 
Stuart Jones, Bill George. Sixth Row: Jimmy Ballard, Susan Son, Selma Lanier, Billie Lou Simmons, 
Julia Mallard, Susie Young, Pat Davis, Don Wells, Curtiss Malpass.Rowe Sawyer, Richard Collins. 
Sixth Row: Tracy James, Nathaniel Wells, Audrey Murray, Louis Sawyer, Sonny Langston, Graham 
Littleton, Daniel Wells. 



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OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

Marian Johnson Vice-President 

Julia Mallard Secretary-Treasurer 

Johnny Westbrook President 

Marie Blackmore Reporter 



MAJORETTES 

Left to right: 

Peggy Matthews 
Linda Gorskey 
Pat Davis 
Mary Jo White 
Billie Lou Simmons 
Nancy Croom 
Bonnie Fulcher 



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First row, left to right: Teddy Karwoski, Harvel Horrell, Paul Kraynick, Wade Burton, Bobby 
Bolick, J. B. Croom, Buck Bloodworth, Allen Rivenbark, Carroll Pearsall, Louis Leimone, 
Johnny Kraynick, Stuart Jones. Secondrow: Ray Blanchard, Bill Horrell, Ruby Bonham, Frankie 
Futch, Samuel Casey, Ronald Wooten, David McLendon, Raymond Jordan, Dewey Rivenbark, 
Curtiss Malpass, Donald Wells. Third row: James Rivenbark, Billy Wells, Jerry Wooten, 
John David Watkins, Chinnis McKoy, Bobby Bell, Detrea Henderson, Rodney Moore. Fourth row: 
Ardrey Murray, Benny Wells, Graham Carter, Don Augustine, David Marshburn, Vernon Murray, 
Julian Lanier, Alex Meeks. Fifth row: Carl Flake, Stacy Covil, Linwood Hewett, Barden 
Lanier, Morris Herring, Jerry Rivenbark, AaronCroom, Tracy James. Sixth row: Daniel Wells, 
Martin Rivenbark, Floyd Rivenbark, Andrew Katalinic, Richard Brown, Bill Smith, Ray Chadwick. 
Seventh row: Louis Sawyer, Ervin Wells, Dicky Thigpen, Gregg Futch, Gene Ballard, Sidney 
Balcombe, Nathaniel Wells, Eugene Wells. 



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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 





OFFICERS 

First row, left to right: 

Barden Lanier Treasurer 

Gene Ballard Secretary 

Tracy James Reporter 

Second row, left to right: 

Gregg Futch . Vice-President 

Morris Herring President 

Mr. W. C. Blackmore Advisor 

Ronald Wooten Sentinel 




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First row, left to right: Mrs. Davis, Advisor, Paula Williams, Pat Davis, Gayle Newkirk, 
Virginia Williams, Carolyn Cooper, Patsy Croom. Second row: Nellie Watkins, Barbara Hall, 
Sandra Crews, Maryland Cooper, Joyce Brinkley, Hazel Lanier, Patsy Croom, Betty Jean Bowden, 
Bebe Bloodworth, Stella Vdovich, Phyllis Sherman, Phoebe Lanier. Third row: Joann Eaki.iS, 
Linda Waters, Twylah Smith, Phyllis Wooten, Edith Ann Mallard, Annette Blackmore, Annette 
Boryk, Judy Wooten, Elizabeth Ann Jonkheer, Ruth Lewis. Fourth row: Anita Murray, Kay 
Whisnant, Frances Wells, Frances Allred, Kay Bowen, Thelma Saunders, Mary Ruth Bowden, 
Ellen Caryl Futch, Ethel Meeks, Susan Son, Linda Wells, Hattie Mae Hall, Betty Biggs, Peggy 
Batson. 




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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 



OFFICERS 

First row, left to right: 

Carolyn Cooper .... Committeeman 

Jane Chadwick .... Committeeman 

Patsy Croom Committeeman 

Second row, left to right: 

Judy Giddens Secretary 

Judy Leimone Reporter 

Virginia Williams President 

Pat Davis Song Leader 

Gayle Newkirk . . . .Vice-President 
Paula Williams Treasurer 




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eft to right: Freddy Gor sky, Douglas Flynn, Dewey Padgett, Sonny Langston, Worth 
ivid Williams . Second row: Ross Traywick, Sidney Balcombe, Louie Johnson, Linda 



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Wells, Mrs. Payne, Advisor. Third row: Herman Strickland, Janet Arnold, Judy Leimone, Betty 
Lou Raynor, Charlotte Richardson, Judy Giddens. Fourth row: Frances Allred, Edith Ann 
Mallard. Brenda Barger. 




OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

Worth Beverage Treasurer 

Judy Giddens Reporter 

Herman Strickland President 

Brenda Barger Secretary 

Judy Leimone Vice-President 



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MONOGRAM CLUB 




First row, left to right: Whrens Williams, Mary Ruth Bowden, Mike Boryk. Second r o w : 
Edward Mauney, John Leimone, Edith Ann Mallard, Betty Pridgen, Johnny Smith, Jennings 
Humphrey, David Williams, Virginia Williams, Carolyn Cooper, Mary Ann Kraynick, Carolyn 
Durner, Hattie Mae Hall. Third row: Worth Beverage, Jerry Rivenbark, Tracy James, Herman 
Strickland, Tommy Karwaski, Bob Johnson, Mr. Johnson, Tommy Horsky, Gurney Hood, Gregg 
Futch, Don Barber. Bill Taylor, Pete Farrior, Morris Herring. 




OFFICERS 

Left to right: 

Virginia Williams Treasurer 

Pete Farrior President 

Carolyn Durner Secretary 

Not Pictured 

Morris Herring Vice-President 

Don Barber Reporter 



PROMOTES SPORTSMANSHIP 



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FOOTBALL LETTERMEN 






Left to right, 


across and down: 


Sidney Balcombe 
End 


John Leimone 
Guard 


Mike Boryk 
Back 


Horace Murray 
End 


Pete Farrior 
Back 


Herman Strickland 
Back 


Gregg Futch 
End 


Bill Taylor 
Tackle 


Gurney Hood 
End 


Dickie Thigpen 
Tackle 


Tommy Horsky 
Guard 


Whrens Williams 
Center 


Bob Johnson 
Tackle 


Not Pictured 


Tommy Karwoski 
Back 


Morris Herring 
Back 



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First row, left to right: Bill Taylor, Gregg Futch, Gurney Hood, John Leimone, Whrens Williams, 
Pete Fa rrior, Andrew Katalinic, Morris Herring, Bob Johnson, Tommy Kar wo ski, Tommy Ho r sky, 
Mike Boryk. Second row, left to right: Willis Johnson, Coach, Jimmy Rivenbark, Curtis Malpass, 
Herman Strickland, Dickie Thigpen, Sidney Balcombe, Samuel Casey, Ross Trawick, Horace 
Murray, Needham Hall, David McClendon, David Williams, Manager. Third row, left to right: 
Carol Pearsal, Bobby Bolick, Burt Yates, Gene Jordan, Kent Carter, Martin Rivenbark, Donald 
Wayne Wells. 




Co -Captains 

MORRIS HERRING 

PETE FARRIOR 




RED DEVILS 

Coach 
WILLIS JOHNSON 




Managers 
DAVID WILLIAMS 
EDWARD MAUNEY 



1957 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



PROVE 

POWERFUL 



Stedman 

Wilmington JV's 

Smithfield 

Wallace 

Richlands 

Warsaw 

Mt. Olive 

Beaulaville 

La Grange 



Opponents 



7 
32 
26 

7 
14 
12 
12 
12 



Burgaw 


24 

7 


13 
13 
13 
25 

2 




First row, left to right: Bill Taylor, Whrens Williams, Pete Farrior, Morris Herring, Mike 
Boryk, Johnny Smith. Second row: Bob Lewis, Manager, Edward Mauney, Stacy Covil, Dewey 
Padgett, David McLendon, David Williams, Mr. Johnson, Coach. Third row: Richard Brown, 
Gurney Hood, Ervin Wells, Herman Strickland. 



BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM 




1957-58 SCHEDULE 





Opponents 


Wallace 


53 


Wallace 


75 


Penderlea 


32 


Topsail 


37 


Atkinson 


33 


Long Creek 


43 


Topsail 


35 


Penderlea 


41 


James Kenan 


43 


Long Creek 


36 


Atkinson 


38 


James Kenan 


40 


Long Creek 


45 


Atkinson 


29 


Topsail 


27 


Penderlea 


40 



Championship Game in the Tournament 
Topsail 30 



Burgaw 

34 
53 
54 
38 
42 
52 
52 
60 
34 
62 
69 
53 
54 
70 
42 
58 

42 



Left to right: 

Co-Captain PETE FARRIOR 

Coach MR. JOHNSON 

Co -Captain. . . .MORRIS HERRING 



WINS COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP 



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First row, left to right: Maryland Cooper, Gayle Newkirk, Barbara Tokoly, Hattie Mae Hall, 
SusanKessler. Second row: Betty Pridgen, Mary Nette Sisson, Alice Groves, Bevret Saunders, 
Mary Ruth Bowden, Carolyn Cooper, Joyce Ann Murray, Elizabeth Ann Jonkheer, Mary Ann 
Kraynick. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM 




1957-58 SCHEDULE 





Opponents 


Burg 


Wallace 


57 


44 


Wallace 


69 


54 


Penderlea 


63 


60 


Topsail 


48 


59 


Atkinson 


56 


57 


Long Creek 


88 


73 


Topsail 


29 


51 


Penderlea 


71 


56 


James Kenan 


56 


42 


Long Creek 


56 


52 


Atkinson 


64 


67 


James Kenan 


52 


47 


Long Creek 


86 


82 


Atkinson 


43 


56 


Topsail 


41 


60 


Penderlea 


82 


68 



Left to right: 
Co-Captain. . .CAROLYN COOPER 

Coach MRS. THOMPSON 

Co-Captain. . . . BETTY PRIDGEN 



SCORED VICTORIES 



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Front row, left to right: Herman Strickland, Kenneth Cowan, Morris Herring, Mike Boryk, 
Tracy James, Whrens Williams, Beverly Paul. Back row, left to right: Mr. Johnson, Coach, 
Pete Farrior, Don Barber, Russell Lewis, Bill Smith, Marlon Hancock, Sidney Balcombe, 
Ronnie Da.vis, Worth Beverage. 



BASEBALL TEAM 



SPARKLES ON DIAMOND 




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CHEERLEADERS 



Center Front, counter clock-wise: Judy Giddens, Paula Williams, Judy Leimone, Josette Futch, 
Mary Ann Wolfe, Carolyn Durner, Mary Hazel Moore, Phyllis Sherman; Center: Edith Ann 
Mallard, Chief. 



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SNAPSHOTS 




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MARSHALS 



Judy Ruddell 
John Leimone 




BUS DRIVERS 




Left to right: 
Betty Pridgen 
Eugene Wells 
Carolyn Cooper 
Linda Sherman 
Ray Chadwick 
Barden Lanier 
Hattie Mae Hall 
John David Watkins 
Jack Brinson 

Not Pictured: 
Julia Rivenbark 



COURTESY AND DEPENDABILITY 



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HOMECOMING QUEEN 
Virginia Williams 




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BEAUTIES 



County Beauty Contestants, left to right, Linda Croom, Judy Leimone, Betty Powers, Mary Ann 
Kraynick, Paula Williams. 




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CAFETERIA 



WHERE WE MEET 

AND EAT 




Sitting: 

MRS. ELOISE IVEY, Manager 



Standing: 

MRS. GLADYS MEEKS 



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CAFETERIA COOKS 





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



JANITORS 



Abel Johnson 



Fred Hankins 





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_B_Jet us develop the resources of 
our land, call forth its powers, build 
up its institutions, promote all its 
great interests and see whether we 
also in our day and generation may 
not pericrm something worthy to be 

remembered. 

Daniel Webster 




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Your Finer Carolina Committee is answering 
Daniel Websters challenge in many ways. 
Civic improvements such as pools, parks, play- 
grounds, improved health facilities and more 
prosperous and attractive communities are the 
". . . something worthy to be remembered" of 
this generation. 

If you are not now a member of the Finer Caro- 
lina Committee in your town, offer your services 
today. Future generation will thank you. 



(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY^ 



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Mrs. Payne, in making a sales talk for Senior class pictures, said: "Just think, 
twenty years from now you can look back and say: ' There's Bob, he's married; 
there's Phyllis, she's on a diet." 1 Then a small voice from the back of the room 
said: "And there's teacher, she's dead!" 



GET THE BEST - GET 






MaMtMl 






ICE CREAM 


WHITE ICE CREAM AND MILK 


COMPANY 




Wilmington 


North Carolina 



Comments on "Canterbury Tales.": "What is a 'friar 1 ? 1 
Answer: "A chicken ready for the frying pan." 



DEES DRUG STORE 



Fountain Service 



Prescriptions Filled By 
Registered Druggists Only. 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



NACO 



MERCO 



Fertilizers 
Insecticides 



Fertilizers 



DAVISON 
CHEMICAL COMPANY 



Phone RO 2-6621 
P.O. Box 180 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



ROBBINS NURSERY, INC 



Wholesale & Retail 
Landscaping 

Penderlea - Willard, North Carolina 



Phone Wallace 
AT 5-2702 



WECT T.Y 



NBC 
CBS 
ABC 



Channel 6 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 






Mrs, Clark: "Give three sources of reference to be found in the library. 
Students: "Dictionary, encyclopedia, and Mrs. Futch." 



WOOTEN TURKEY FARM AND HATCHERY 



Breeders of Broad Breast Bronze Turkeys 



Phone 4833 



Maple Hill 



WILLIAMS LUMBER COMPANY 



Buyers of Timberlands 
Phone 98 or 184 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



MILDRED'S 


BEAUTY SHOP 


Revlon 


B ea uty 


Aids 


Complete 


Beauty 


Service 


Phone 275-J 


-1 or 2 


Burgaw 



BURGAW RADIO & TV SERVICE 



RCA RADIO & TELEVISION 



Phone 22 9 



Burgaw 



BURGAW MILLING COMPANY 
Nutrena Feeds 



Hiway 117 South 



Burgaw 



WALLACE FARMERS EXCHANGE 

FCX Dealer Agent 
Phone 265-6 Wallace 



R.P. Clark, Rep. 



JEFFERSON STD. LIFE INS. CO. 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



DR. H.W. COLWELL 



Optometrist 



Phone AT 5-2054 



Wallace 



WALLACE WHOLESALE COMPANY 



Groceries-Tobaccos-Feeds 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



Mrs. Payne: "What is meant by 'imply'?" 

Morris H.: "When you send out an 'implication' to go to college." 



LANGSTON MOTOR SALES 



Guaranteed Used Cars 



E.F. Langston, Mgr. 



Phone 2 3-Z2 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



BATSON 


FARMERS 

F.C.X. Dealer Agent 


EXCHANGE 




Feed - Seed - Fertilizer - Mixing 




- Farm Supplies - 






Box 698 






Phone 207-W 




Burgaw 




North Carolina 



The Three Immortal Painters of B.H.S.: 

Tommy Horsky, Bob Johnson, and Pete Farrior achieved immortality because 
they were the first to scrub their masterpeice (see photo!) 



Your Friendly Ford Dealer 




PENDER MOTOR SALES 



Phone 27 



Burgaw 



Carolina 



BURGAW FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP 
Catering To Weddings 
Receptions and Parties 
Phone 69-7 Burgaw 



HOLLAND MOTOR COMPANY 
Your CHEVROLET Dealer 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



TASTY PIG GRILL 

Hot Dogs and Bar B-Q 

Paul Shepard, Owner 

Rocky Point, North Carolina 



WILMINGTON PRINTING COMPANY 
221 North Second Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 

Telephone RO 2-6631 

ALL TYPES OF PRINTING 



THE JEWEL BOX, INC. 



"The Diamond Store 1 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



GURR JEWELERS 



212 N. Front 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



MR. Thompson apprehensively: Could this noise and tremor mean another earth- 
quake ? 
Sheila placidly: No sir, that was one of Miss Shaw's experiments "backfiring." 



PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 



We call for and deliver 
Prescriptions 

922 Grace 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



J. F. RIVENBARK 



General Contractor 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



PAUL'S PLACE 



Try our famous hot dogs 



Rocky Point, North Carolina 



LEWIS RESTAURANT 



419 Greenfj'ld 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, 
INC. 

Drink 

Coca-Cola in bottles 

921 Princess 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



J. 


T. 


RITTER AND SONS 


Sas 


i - 


Doors - Frames - Screens 
Cabinets 

Phone RO 2-8139 


Castle 


Hayne North Carolina 



QUINN'S ESSO 



Auto Repairs Our Specialty 



Rocky Point, North Carolina 



KRISPY KREME DOUGHNUT CO. 



"Serving Eastern Carolina" 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



This Tops Them All! 

Mrs. Futch . . . and her class forgot to go to lunch. 



WILSON'S FOODTOWN 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



S & G CONCRETE COMPANY 



Phone RO 25237 



2814 Monroe Street 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



BLOCK SOUTHLAND 



Sportswear 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



SHER-LYNN SHOPPE 


131 North Front 


Wilmington North Carolina 



PICKARDS SPORTING GOODS 

"Everything for the Sportsman" 
1 North Third Street 

Phone RO 2-4472 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



J. W. MURCHISON WHOLESALE 
COMPANY 

Hardware 

and 

Sporting Goods 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



WONDER SHOP 




Women's Apparel 




10(5 North Front 




Wilmington North Car 


olina 



BOSEMAN'S SPORTING GOODS 




1201 Princess 


Wilmington 


North Carolina 



Big Business: Boys in the Junior Class buying eggs and onions! 



TOM CHEWNING'S 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

The Agency of Dependable Ser. 

Auto Fire Life 

Wolfe Building 
Phone 232 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



W.H. McEACHERN'S 
SONS 

Fruits and Produce 



Dial 
RO 2-9626 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



CROSS SEED COMPANY 



Quality Seeds 



Garden & Lawn Tools 



Dial 



RO 2-6868 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



E.N. Small, Mgr. 


TYPEWRITER 


INSPECTION CO. 


Serving the Carolinas for over 


30 years 


R.C. Allen Business Mach. 


Typewriters -Adding Machines 


Cash Registers 


All Makes of New Portables 


-Convenient Terms - 


5th fr Greenfield Sts. 


Wilmington, North Carolina 



Question: "What's the card catalogue?" 

Reply: "The person who keeps books straight in the library. 1 



WRIGHT BROTHERS 

Used Cars 

Philco & RCA Television 
and 



Appliances 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



PAUL T. MARSHBURN 

519 Chestnut Street 

Telephone RO 2-8010 

Musical Instruments 

Rentals and Sales 

Wilmington North Carolina 



HARRELL'S DEPARTMENT STORE 

"Pender's Largest 
Shopping Center" 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



HORACE MURRAY 
GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



VARSITY DRUG STORE 
Drugs -Fountain-Grill 



1123 Princess Street 
Wilmington 



HUMPHREY'S 



Builders' supplies, Feed, Hardware, Fertilizers 

and 

Farm Supplies 



Phone 2 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



Mr. Thompson: "What is a dry measure used for' 
Bob Johnson: "To measure dry goods." 



TRUAX VENEER COMPANY 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



Burgaw 



DURHAM DRUG COMPANY 

Drugs at Reasonable Prices 

Soda Fountain Service 

Phone 110 



North Carolina 



RADIO STATION WLSE 



Music - News - Sports 



Wallace, North Carolina 



FUTCH'S ESSO SERVICE 



Phone 32 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



BURGAW ELECTRIC CO. 



Electrical and Plumbing 

Contracting 

Westinghouse - Philco - RCA 

Phone 120 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



BURGAW DEPARTMENT STORE 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '58! 




WESTBROOK'S 5* TO $5 STORE 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



R.S. 


SMITH & SONS 




Floor Sanding and Finishing 




Asphalt and Rubber Tile 




Vinyl and Ceramic Tile 




2401 Market Street 


Wilmington 


North Carolina 



CASEY 


LUMBER COMPANY, INC. 




Manufacturers of North Carolina Pine 




Air Dried - Kiln Dried - Dressed - Resawn 


Re 


>cky Point - North Carolina 




We buy Pine and Cypress Timber and Timber Lands 




WHITE OAK FARM 




Herefords 




Build your herd with registered bulls 




Casey Lumber Company 




Phone: Burgaw Exchange 3420 


Rocky Point 


North Carolina 



While watching Jack Brinson at play practice vainly searching for a lost nickel, 
Jennings Humphrey said: "My! my! bud, he's tighter than I am!" 







CONGRATULATIONS 


TO 


THE 


SENIORS 










from 












E. 


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W.J. 


Johnson 




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Ethel Baugh 








Mrs 


Margaret 


Lucas 


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Delia Blackburn 








Mrs. 


Margaret 


McCul 


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C. 


Blackmore 








Mrs. 


Edith Mallard 



Mrs. Sarah Blake 



Mrs. Maude Booth 



Mrs. Marion Bowen 



Miss Katherine Brown 



Miss Mary Bryan 



Mrs. Elizabeth Carr 



Mrs. Pearl Clark 



Mrs. Yetive Davis 



Mrs. Elizabeth Farrior 



Mrs. Elizabeth Futch 



Mrs. Margaret Matthews 



C.A. Payne 



Mrs. Rosalie Payne 



Mrs. Edna Pullen 



Miss Margaret Pur cell 



Mrs. Kate Rowe 



Miss Margaret Shaw 



Mrs. Ann Sparkman 



Miss Mary Taylor 



Mrs. Grace Thompson 



All School Supplies Sold In 



BURGAW HIGH SCHOOL 



Come From 



E.C. MOORE AND COMPANY 



Notions 



Paper Specialists 



Novelties 



117 Hanover Street 



Phone RO 2-8442 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



WILMINGTON COLLEGE 



A Full Accredited Junior College 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



THREATT MOTORS INC. 



Lincoln - Mercury 

310 North Second Street 
Wilmington North Carolina 



R. H. BALCOMBE 



Groceries 



Rocky Point 



North Carolina 



THE CORNER GROCERY 
D.F. Waldron 
Groceries -Meats -Feeds -Hardware 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



CAPE FEAR ELECTRIC CO. 
Indus trial -Commercial -Home 



RO 2-8830 
Wilmington 



1103 Princess 

North Carolina 



COASTAL STEEL AND IRON CO. 
P.O. Box 1807 RO 3-7375 

U.S. 17, North of Wilmington 
Wilmington North Carolina 



BRADSHAW'S SELF SERVICE 

Groceries 

RO 3-2361 

Castle Hayne, North Carolina 



OUR 


BOOSTERS 


Dr. 


John Dees 


Dr. 


Hare 


Id Peedin 


Dr. 


W 


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Taylor 


Dr. 


N. 


C. 


Wolfe 


Dr. 


W 


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Young 



WE, THE SENIORS OF 1958, 



WISH TO EXPRESS OUR HEARTFELT GRATITUDE 



TO THE FACULTY OF BURGAW SCHOOL 



FOR THEIR ENDLESS EFFORTS 



AND PAINSTAKING SERVICES IN OUR BEHALF. 



OUR BOOSTERS 



Mrs. Mildred Allred 

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Boryk 

Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Chadwick 

Mr. and Mrs. W.I. Chadwick 

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Crews 

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Croom 

Mr. W.M. Dawson 

Mr. and Mrs. J.A, Durner 

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Flynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hewitt 

Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Horsky 

Mrs. Louise Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kraynick 

Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Lanier 



Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Leimone 
Mr. and Mrs. S.J. McKoy 
Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Mallard 
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. F.N. Richardson 
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Riggs 
Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Rivenbark 
Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Sherman 
Mrs. W.D. Thompson 
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Wells 
Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Williams 
Mrs. Velma Williams 
Dr. and Mrs. N.C. Wolfe 
Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Woodcock 



WILLIAMS 


LUMBER 


COMPANY 




Serving Southeastern North 

Carolina with quality lumber 

and building materials 


Jacksonville 


Phone 3276 


North Carolina 



FREEMAN SHOE COMPANY 
"Shoes that Satisfy" 

24 North Front Street 
Wilmington North Carolina 



CRAWFORD'S FASHION CENTER 

Women's Apparel 

125 N. Front RO 2-7422 

Wilmington North Carolina 



CINDERELLA BOOTERIE 
127 N. Front 

Wilmington North Carolina 



FINKELSTEIN MUSIC COMPANY 
Charles Finkelstein and Son 

6 South Front RO 2-5662 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



RAMSEUR CLOTH SHOP 
573 Castle Hayne Road 

RO 2-6214 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



CAROLINA MILLWORK COMPANY 

Sash - Doors - Blinds 

731 S. 17 RO 3-2463 

Wilmington North Carolina 



E.W. GODWIN'S SONS 



Wilmington 



Manufacturers of Lumber 

and 

Dealers in Builders Supplies 

Everything to Build the House 

Dial RO 2-7747 
P. O. Box 1806 



North Carolina 



SAVINGS AT 3% 




FIRST CITIZENS 
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 




SERVING NEW HANOVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES 



MELLO ICE CREAM CO., INC 



A NORTH CAROLINA COMPANY 



Wilmington 



North Carolina 



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Contest of the year: Largest collection of "Zorroes." (O's) 
Winner: Bobby Bell. 



J. P. NEWTON MACHINERY CO. 
301 Castle Hayne Road 

RO 2-9591 
Wilmington North Carolina 



BALDWIN SUPER MARKET 
Phone RO 3-5895 

Castle Hayne North Carolina 



GIDDENS BODY SHOP 

AND 

WRECKER SERVICE 

Phone 207-J1 



Burgaw 



North Carolina 



P. h O. MOTOR COURT 




Tile Baths - Air Conditioned 




U. S. 117 Atwater 5-2500 




Wallace North Carolina 




C. F. DAVIS 




The Farmers Trading Center 




Burgaw North Carolina 




ROCHELLE FURNITURE CO. 




Zenith - General Electric 




Kelvinator 




Burgaw North Carolina 





BLANCHARD PONTIAC CO., INC. 

Pontiac - G. M. C. Trucks 

Telephone 416-6 

Wallace North Carolina 



Z. J. CARTER & SON 

We Build and Furnish the Home 

Phone 43 5-1 

Wallace North Carolina 



KATZ DEPARTMENT STORE 



Pay Less Get More' 



Wallace 



North Carolina 



KRAMER'S DEPARTMENT STORE 


Wallace North Carolina 


WORSLEY OIL COMPANY 


Burgaw North Carolina 


WELLS STOCKYARD 


Wallace North Carolina 



Ray Chadwick: "Skunks just don't make agreeable passengers on a school bus. 



E AND B OIL COMPANY 



Jobbers Sinclair Products 



Goodyear Tires 



Douglas Batteries 



NEW MODERN 



TIRE RECAPPING PLANT 



Burga w 
Phone 4430 



Wallace 



Phone 2081 



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