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NINETEEN ! HUNDRED AND FIFTY -NINE: 



EDITH ANN MALLARD 
Editor -in-Chief 



GURNEY HOOD 
Business Manager 



ANNUAL PUBLICATION 
VOLUME IV 



BURGAW HIGH SCHOOL 

Burgaw/Horth Carolina 



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foreword 

"Give to the world the best you have, 
And the best will come back to you." 

"Dedication 




Because of his understanding and con- 
sideration, his unselfish attitude, his 
willingness to counsel and advise, and 
his encouragement to us, we, the staff 
of the 1959 WAGRUB, do proudly dedi- 
cate this, our fourth volume , to our 
teacher, advisor, and friend, 

MR. W. C. BLACKMORE 




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T. T. MURPHY 
County Superintendent 



E. M. THOMPSON 
Principal 



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School Moard 

David V. Harrell, P. L. Sparkman, E. T. Batson, Chairman 

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faculty 



Mrs. Margaret McCullen 
History 

Mrs. Elizabeth Futch 
Mathematics 

Mrs. Yetive Davis 
Home Economics 



Mrs. Pearl Clark 
English and French 

Miss Bobbie Edmondson 
English 

Willis J. Johnson 
Mathematics and 
Physical Education 



Miss Katherine Brown 
Commercial 

Miss Margaret Shaw 
Science 

Mrs. Grace Thompson 
Latin, History, 
Mathematics 



W. C. Blackmore 
Agriculture 

Mrs. Edith Mallard 
Glee Club, Public 
School Music, Piano 

James H. Hawley 
Grade 8 




Not Pictured: 
Richard M. Hoffman 

Band and Glee Club 
Mrs. Sarah Blake 

Grade 8 
Mrs. Eloise Ivey 

Cafeteria Manager 




faculty 



Mrs. Norma Sawyer 
Grade 7 



Mrs. Dorothy Norris 
N * Grade 7 

Mrs. Margaret Bradshaw 
Grade 6 



Mrs. Margaret Matthews 
Grade 6 

Mrs. Elizabeth Carr 
Grade 5 

Mrs. Delia Blackburn 
Grade 5 



Mrs. Edna Pullen 
Grade 5 

Mrs. Maude Booth 
Grade 4 

Mrs. Elizabeth Farrior 
Grade 4 



Mrs. Kate Rowe 
Grade 3 

Miss Ethel Baugh 
Grade 3 

Mrs. Ann Sparkman 
Grade 2 



Mrs. Margaret Lucus 
Grade 2 

Miss Mary Taylor 
Grade 1 

Miss Mary Bryan 
Grade 1 

Not Pictured: 
Miss Dollie Rhodes 
Piano 




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 be faithful, 
To you we'll always sing. 

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 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. 

Dorothy Turlington 






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Mascots 

Susan Sherman and Mike Taylor 




Class Motto 

"We have crossed the bar; 
The ocean lies before us." 



Class Colors 



Red and White 



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Seniors 






FRANCES OLENE ALLRED 
"Fran" 
Substitute Cheerleader 1,2; 4 -H Club 1,2, Song 
Leader 1; WAGRUB Staff 3,4, Club Editor 4; F. 
H.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4, V. Pres. 3, President 
4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Play Cast 3. 

SIDNEY CLARENCE BALCOMBE 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 3,4; F. FA. 1,2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; French Club 3,4. 



WILLIAM ROBERT BELL 
"Bobby" 
F.FA. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Glee Club 1; 4-H Club 
1,2,3. 

ANNETTE IRENE BLACKMORE 
Glee Club 1 ,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 3; 
Play Cast 3; 4-H Club 1 ,2,3, President 3; F.T. 
A. 4, F. H. A. 1,2,3, President 2; WAGRUB Staff 
1; Substitute Cheerleader 1,2; BEACON Staff 1, 
2,3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Basketball 
1; Class V. Pres. 2; Class Secretary 3,4; Marshall 
3,4. 




ELIZABETH WAKE BLOODWORTH 
"Bebe" 
Beta Club 3,4; BEACON Staff 3; WAGRUB Staff 
4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F. H. A. 1,2; Declamation 
Contest 2,3. 

BRENDA BARGER BOSTIC 
Glee Club 1,3,4, Secretary 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; 
F.H.A. 1,2,3; WAGRUB Staff 3,4; French Club 
3,4, Secretary 3; Red Devil 1; Homecoming 
Queen's Court 4; Class Secretary 1. 




WILBUR JACKSON BRINSON 
"Jack" 
Declamation Contest Winner 4; WAGRUB Staff 
3,4, Sports Editor 4; BEACON Staff 3; Basketball 
2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Bus Driver 3,4; Play Cast 3. 

BARBARA JEAN BURTON 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; BEACON Staff 4; 
Class Reporter 4. 




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Seniors 



ELBERT RAY CHADWICK 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 2, 
3,4; Play Cast 3; WAGRUB Staff 3; 4-H Club 1. 

SANDRA ANN CREWS 
Glee Club 1,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; BEACON Staff 4. 








GRACE CAROLYN DURNER 
Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3,4; F.H.A. 
1,2; F.T. A. 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3, Assist. Chief 
3; WAGRUB Staff 1,4; BEACON Staff 1,2,3; 
Basketball 1; Homecoming Queen 4; Glee Club 1, 
2,3,4, Accompanist 3; Play Cast 3. 

GREGORY HILL FUTCH 
"Gregg" 
Football 1,2,3,4, Tri-Captain 4; F.F.F. 1,2,3,4, 
Vice Pres. 3, President 4; Monogram Club 1,2, 
3,4; Glee Club 1,2; BEACON Staff 3; WAGRUB 
Staff 4. 



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HATTIE MAE HALL 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Monogram Club 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2 F H A 
1,2,3,4; BEACON Staff 3; WAGRUB Staff 4; Bus 
Driver 3,4; Play Cast 3. 

DETREA RAY HENDERSON 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Play Cast 3. 






ANNIE CAROL HEWETT 
BEACON Staff 3,4, Publication Manager 4; F.H. 
A. 1,2,4, Secretary 4; Class Secretary 1; Class 
Treasurer 2,4; F.T. A. 2,3,4. 

HOMER LINWOOD HEWETT 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; WAGRUB Staff 3; 
Play Cast 3. 





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Seniors 



GURNEY THOMAS HOOD 
Class President 1; Football 1,2,3,4, Tri-Catpain 
4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Glee 
Club 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Class Treasurer 2; 
WAGRUB Staff 3,4; Business Manager 4. 

HARVEL ALEXANDER HORRELL 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; WAGRUB Staff 4; 
4-H Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2. 



MILTON JENNINGS HUMPHREY, JR. 
Football 2,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 
3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; WAGRUB Staff 3,4; 4-H Club 
1,2; Play Cast 3. 

JULIAN TRACEY JAMES 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Monogram Cluo 
3,4; 4-H Club 3,4, President 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Reporter 3; WAGRUB Staff 4; Band 1,2,3; Play 
Cast 3. 



SCARLETT JANICE JOHNSON 
Beta Club 3,4; Beacon Staff Typist 4. 

THEODORE FRANCIS KARWOSKI 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; 4-H Club 1. 



WARREN PRICE LANGSTON 
"Sonny" 
French Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2; 4-H 
Club 1. 

ETHEL JANE LANIER 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Beacon Staff 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 3. 




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Seniors 





EDITH ANN MALLARD 
"Edie" 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4, Historian-Librarian 
3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2, Program Chair - 
man4; Glee Club 1.2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Band 
1; Beta Club 3,4; Beacon Staff 1,2; Monogram 
Club 3,4; WAGRUB Staff 3,4, Assist. Editor 3, 
Editor 4; Cheerleader 2,3, Chief 3; Play Cast 3; 
Marshall 3,4. 

KENNETH DAVID MOZINGO 
Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Marshall 3,4; Class 
Vice-President 1,3,4; BeaconStaff 1,2; WAGRUB 
Staff 3,4, Art Editor 4; Glee Club 1; 4-H Club 
1,2; Play Cast 3. 

JOSEPH HORACE MURRAY, JR. 
"Cooter" 
Class Reporter 1; Class President 2,3; Beta 
Club 3,4, Vice President 3; Beacon Staff 1,2; 
WAGRUB Staff 3,4, Photographer 4; F.F.A. 1, 
2, Treasurer 2; Chief Marshall 3,4; Football 3,4, 
Tri-Captain 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Play Cast 3. 

JOYACE ANN MURRAY 
BeaconStaff 2,3,4, Typist 4, Circulation Manager 
4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Play Cast 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Basketball 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3, 
Secretary 3. 



ELAINE GAYLE NEWKIRK 
WAGRUB 2,3,4, Assist. Grammar School Editor 
3, Circulation Manager 4; Beta Club 3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3; Monogram Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Vice President 3, President 4; Beacon Staff 1,2; 
Class Reporter 2, Play Cast 3; Glee Club 1,2,3, 
4; Marshall 3,4. 

LINDA KAY PALUCK 
F.H A. 1,2; Beacon Staff 3,4; Beta Club 3,4, 
Secretary 4. 



BETTY JEAN PRICE 
Beacon Staff 3,4, Typist 4; Glee Club 1,2,4; 4-H 
Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2. 

CAROLYN FAYE RAMSEY 
Beacon Staff 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. 




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Settlors 





BETTY LOU RAYNOR 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; F.H. A. 1,2,3; 
Class Reporter 3; Beacon Staff 3,4; Bus Driver 
4; 4-H Club 1; French Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. 

DORIS JEANNETTE SAUNDERS 
Beacon Staff 3,4; F.H. A. 1,2,3,4, Song Leader 
2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 3. 




LINDOLA SHERMAN 
"Linda" 
Class President 4; Beta Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; F. 
H.A. 1; Basketball 1; WAGRUB Staff 3,4, High 
School Editor 4; Beacon Staff 1,2,3; Bus Driver 
3,4; Play Cast 3. 

MARY ANTIONETTE SISSON 
"Mary Nette" 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Beacon Staff 4; 
Basketball 1,3,4; Band 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2,3. 






BARBARA HERMMEA TOKOLY 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Beacon 
Staff 1,3; WAGRUB Staff 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 
Club 1; Monogram Club 4. 

ROSS FOSTER TRAWICK, JR. 
Glee Club 1,2,3; French Club 3,4; Football 3; 
BasketbaU 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Beacon Staff 3. 





LOUISE ELIZABETH WALLACE 
Beacon Staff 3,4, Assistant Circulation Manager 
4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 4; Basketball 2,3,4; 
4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Substitute Cheer- 
leader 1. 

BENNY WILLIAM WELLS 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; 
WAGRUB Staff 4; Play Cast 3. 



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Seniors 



MILDRED IRENE WELLS 
"Mickey" 
4-H Club 1; F. H. A. 1,2; Beacon Staff 
Typist 3,4; Office Assistant 3,4. 



MILTON RAY WELLS 
4-H Club 1,2; Beacon Staff Typist 3; Bus- 
Driver 4; Wagrub Staff 3. 



NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE WELLS 

"Nat" 
Band 1,2,3,4; F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Bus 
Driver 4; Football 4; Monogram Club 
4; Wagrub Staff 3,4. 



PAULA WILLIAMS 
F. H. A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; 4-H Club 
2,3,4, Vice-President 1; Glee Club 2,3, 
4, Secretary 4; Wagrub Staff 3,4; Beacon 
Staff 1,2; Girls' State 3; Substitute 
Cheerleader 1,2, Regular 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Play Cast 3; Beauty Rep- 
resentative 1,2,3,4, County 1,3; Home- 
coming Queen's Court 4. 







MARY ANN WOLFE 
F. H. A. 1,2,3; F. T. A. 2,3,4; Glee 
Clubs 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; Sub- 
stitute Cheerleader 1, Regular 2,3; Play 
Cast 3; Wagrub Staff 2,4, Senior Editor 
4; Beacon Staff 1,2,3, Assistant Bus- 
iness Manager 2, Manager 3; Home- 
coming Queen's Court 4; 4-H Club 1. 



CAROL GENE WOOD 
Play Cast 3; Wagrub Staff 4. 



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Left to Right: First Row: Brenda Bostic, Harvel Horrell, Jennings Humphrey, Betty Lou Raynor, Mary 
Nette Sission, Carol Hewett, Ethel Jane Lanier, Mickey Wells. Second Row: Linwood Hewett, Teddy 
Karwaski, Annette Blackmore, Scarlett Johnson, Sandra Crews, Barbara Burton, Louise Wallace. Third 
Row: Detra Henderson, Linda Sherman, Carolyn Durner, Hattie Mae Hall, Linda Paluck. Fourth Row: 
Paula Williams, Mary Ann Wolfe, Barbara Tokoly, Gayle Newkirk. FifthRow: Kenneth Mozingo, Tracey 
James, Frances Allred, Carolyn Ramsey, Betty Jean Price, Horace Murray, Edith Ann Mallard. Sixth 
Row: Ross Trawick, Milton Wells, Benny Wells, Sonny Langston, Carol Gene Wood, Jeanette Saunders, 
Joyce Murray. Seventh Row: Jack Brinson, Nathaniel Wells, Gurney Hood, Gregg Futch, Sidney Bal- 
combe, Ray Chadwick. 



Md We graduate 



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Cast Will find Zest anient 



We, the Seniors of 1959, do not want to 
leave without bequeathing to you, our ad- 
mirers, a few of our most precious pos- 
sessions. 

Article I 

To the school board and faculty, we leave 
our sincere thanks and appreciation for 
sticking by us. 

Article II 

Section A: To the juniors, we leave our 
ability to stay out of trouble. 

Section B: To the sophomores, we leave 
our ability to have fun wherever we may 
be. 

Section C: To the freshmen, we leave a 
word of advice: Have fun, be merry, for 
tomorrow you may flunk. 

Section D: To the rest, we leave one bat- 
tered building, many carved desks, and 
our adorable ways. 

Article HI 

Frances Allred leaves her dignity to Ellen 
Caryl Futch. 

Annette Blackmore leaves her editor-ship 
of the BEACON to Bobbye Taylor. 
Sidney Balcombe wills his title of "Second 
-String, All Conference" to Worth Bever- 
age. 

Sonny Langston leaves his ability to get 
along with everybody to Jean Lanier. 
Teddy Karwoski leaves his cute bop step 
to Ervin Wells. 

Jack Brinson wills his ability to speak in 
public to Herman Strickland, Jr. 
Scarlett Johnson wills her love for Forest 
Hills to Janet Arnold. 
Jennings Humphrey leaves his ability to 
love one person to Charlotte Richardson. 
HarvelHorrell leaves his loud glass pacs 
to Freddy Gorsky. 

Detrea Henderson leaves his ability to 
"fall" into fishponds toBill Taylor. Bill, 
you've started out on the right foot. 
Tracey James bequeathes his football uni- 
form to David Williams. David, you'dbet- 
ter be careful. It may be jinxed. 
Kenneth Mozingo leaves his love for two- 
way radios and Wallace to Richard Brown. 
Edith Ann Mallard leaves her publishing 
company to Josette Futch. Josette, maybe 
your "board of trustees" will be more co- 
operative. 

Bobby Bell leaves his quiet ways to Gra- 
ham Carter. 
Ethel Jane Lanier leaves her cute ways to 



Martha Rowe and Linda Richardson. 
Nat Wells wills his ability to blush at the 
wrong times to David "Mac" McLendon. 
Linda Sherman leaves her job of selling 
drinks for the Beta Club to Merle Mead- 
ows. 

Mary Ann Wolfe leaves her curly locks to 
Donna Walton. 

Carol Gene Wood leaves his ability to ans- 
wer everything to Dewey Padgett. 
Jeannette Saunders gladly gives Phyllis 
Sherman at least four inches of her height. 
I, Hattie Mae Hall, leave my ability to 
drive to Barbara Hall, so that she can go 
somewhere when I'm gone. 
I, Gayle Newkirk, leave my love for writ- 
ing a sailor to Brenda Ballard. 
Gregg Futch wills his vast knowledge of 
women to John David Watkins. 
Sandra Crews bestows her short, curly 
locks to Sylvia Moore. 
Brenda Bostic leaves her ability to get a 
man before a diploma to Mary Ruth Bow- 
den. 

Elizabeth Bloodworth and Barbara Burton 
leave their excellent chemistry grades to 
Alice Groves. 

Carolyn Durner leaves to Sally James her 
ability to remain unnoticed in the corner 
of the room. 

Milton Wells leaves his quiet, retiring 
ways to Douglas Flynn. 
Micky Wells leaves to Peggy Batson her 
ability to keep one man on the string. 
Paula Williams leaves her title of Biggest 
Flirt to Judy Giddens. 
Horace Murray leaves his Beta Club av- 
erage to Aaron Croom and Chinnis McKoy . 
Joyce Murray leaves her athletic ways to 
Betty Lanier. 

Barbara Tokoly leaves her good times in 
fourth period study hall to Annette Boryk. 
Benny Wells gives his title "Best Sport" 
to Edward (Mousis) Mauney. 
Ross Trawick bequeathes his sleepiness 
in History IV to Lanny Croom, who does 
all right in History HI. 
Betty Jean Price and Carolyn Ramsey 
leave their devoted friendship to Patricia 
Tatum and Judy McKoy. 
Betty Lou Raynor wills her beauty title 
and ability to snag a man to Judy Leimone. 
Louise Wallace leaves her "carrot top" 
hair to Brenda Pear sail. Brenda, you can 
stop trying rinses now. 
Gurney Hood leaves his good looks and 
ways of handling women to Stacy Covil. 
Linwood Hevett leaves his bashful ways 
to Stuart Jones. 

Linda Paluck leaves her smile and quiet 
ways to Ann Elizabeth Jonkheer. 
Carol Hewett and Mary Nette Sisson leave 
their wonderful home economics grades to 
Thelma Saunders. 



Senior 



BEST ALL AROUND 
Gayle Newkirk and Horace Murray 




BEST SPORTS 
Barbara Tokoly and Benny Wells 



4 Superlatives 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Annette Blackmore 

and 
Kenneth Mozingo 




MOST ATHLETIC 
Hattie Mae Hall and Gurney Hood 



Senior 



BEST LOOKING 
Betty Lou Raynor and Gurney Hood 




MOST BASHFUL 
Linda Paluck and Nat Wells 



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Superlatives 



BEST DRESSED 
Annette Blackmore and Gregg Futch 




MOST POPULAR 
Carol Hewett and Horace Murray 



Class History 



Freshmen, just four years ago. So proud to be in high 
school. There were seventy-seven of us: thirty- seven boys 
and forty girls. Our officers were as follows: Gurney Hood, 
president, Kenneth Mozingo, vice president, Brenda Barger, 
secretary, and Carol Hewett, treasurer. 

The next year we were the loud sophomores of Burgaw 
High. Our class officers that year were Horace Murray, 
Carol Hewett, Annette Blackmore, Gayle Newkirk, and Gurney 
Hood. 

Fifty-five students returned for our junior year, which 
was filled with excitement. Sidney Balcombe, Gregg Futch, 
Gurney Hood, Horace Murray, and Ross Trawick represented 
our class on the football team. Gayle Newkirk, Barbara 
Tokoly, Hattie Mae Hall, Mary Nette Sisson, and Joyce Murray 
were on the basketball team. Cheerleaders were Mary Ann 
Wolfe, Paula Williams, Carolyn Durner, and Edith Ann Mal- 
lard was head cheerleader. The People versus Maxine Lowe, 
our junior play, was a big success. "Mardi Gras" was the 
theme for the Junior- Senior banquet. We all worked hard to 
make it a success and our time was not wasted. Horace 
Murray, Kenneth Mozingo, Annette Blackmore, Jeanette 
Saunders and Betty Lou Raynor were our class officers. 

Then the proud Seniors of '59. Forty- six students came 
back to enjoy our last and happiest year of high school. The 
Beta Club members from our class were Gayle Newkirk, 
Linda Sherman, Nat Wells, Edith Ann Mallard, Scarlett John- 
son, Linda Paluck, Betty Raynor, Horace Murray, Kenneth 
Mozingo, Annette Blackmore, and Elizabeth Bloodworth. Our 
Homecoming Queen was Carolyn Durner; Paula Williams, 
Brenda Barger, and Mary Ann Wolfe were her attendants. 
Senior class officers were Linda Sherman, Kenneth Mozingo, 
Annette Blackmore, Carol Hewett, and Barbara Burton. 

We have all enjoyed these four happy years together. 
They will always be remembered and cherished in our hearts. 
To you -- Burgaw High School --we give our thanks. 



Linda Paluck 



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Class Prophecy 



TIME: 1973 

PLACE: PLANET EARTH 

Purpose: Prepare for blast-off to Mars on a special mission for Mrs. McCullen 
and Mrs. Futch, looking for the lost class of '59 -- not becausethey 
are interested in finding out where it is, but because they want to 
know if any of them have died and not remembered them in their wills. 

Aboard the super-sonic rocket ship, we find two of the lost class, Linda 
Sherman and Paula Williams, who are the special investigators for the two 
teachers. Our stewardess, who is the charming Miss Sandra Crews, is taking 
her first outer space trip since becoming the ship's hostess early this spring. 
Our pilot is the very capable classmate, William Robert (Bobby) Bell, and his 
assistant is a professor who is going along on the trip because the ship is using 
the first set of glass pac mufflers that he invented. He is now known as Pro- 
fessor Froggy, but we knew him as Detrea Henderson. 

The first planet we reach is Pluto. There we find Sonny Langston, drum- 
ming away to his heart's content, while the soloist, Edith Ann Mallard, practices 
her vocal number for tonight's performance at the Miss Universe Pagant on 
Saturn. Her partner for the duets will be Gregg ("High Note") Futch. Seems 
as though this was the only place they could find to put these noise- makers. 

Across the way, we see Harvel Horrell, who says that this time he's sure 
that it isn't his imagination; he sees two moons. Also Teddy Karwoski, who 
says that the only regrets he has are that he had to be the boy to make the uni- 
verse go wild. Oh, well, it's just one of those things. Jupiter mustaffect people 
that way. We haven't time to stick around and see. 

Upon athrone sits a lovely young black- haired miss whom we knew for her 
beauty on earth. Carol Hewett has just been crowned Miss Universe for 1974. 
As she walks down the long runway to view her subjects, "High Note" and Miss 
Mallard sing the "Miss Universe Song" to her. We must agree with the judges, 
Joyce Ann Murray and Barbara Tokoly, that they couldn't have picked a more 
beautiful girl. 

The planet Mars yielded some mighty fantastic sights to us when we were 
viewing it in school through the telescope, but what about the ones who are look- 
ing at it now. Gurney (Grass) Hood, as a modern "Johnny Appleseed", is grow- 
ing his special grass, NO-END-TO- IT, all along the canals of this planet. 

Always wanting to be riding in the latest, these three cats are doing just 
that now. Louise Wallace, Barbara Burton, and Jeannette Saunders are sport- 
ing the latest planetary patrol cars, which have been painted a dashing, Mercury 
red. Hope they don't pay too much attention to the car, but try to concentrate 
on their job of keeping air traffic straight. Ohhhhh, that car just barely missed 
us. Please! Get to work, girls. 

Meanwhile, on the Planet Neptune, we find JackBrinson working with three 
loyal ladies of his church. They are none other than Bebe Bloodworth, Mary 
Nette Sisson, and Ethel Jane Lanier. These ladies are certainly taking their 
upbringing to heart and are trying to improve all the "poor lost souls" of our 
solar system. Their project for the year is WARM CLOTHES FOR PLUTO 
(THE DOG) ! 

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Class Prophecy 



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On earth, we find two young ladies in the midst of setting up housekeeping. 
Remember the diamonds and the wedding bands? They belonged to Brenda 
Barger and Betty Lou Raynor, who are now settled young ladies. The former 
is now knownas Mrs. William Eave Bostic, and the latter is now Mrs. Ned Ash. 
We wish you two all the happiness in the world. 

It couldn't be done, but it was! Horace Murray and Jennings Humphrey were 
the first ones to seethe other side of the moon. It seems only fair that two who 
have mooned over two Junior girls should be the first to do so. 

She can't even take a vacation without things running wild. We're speaking 
of the supervisor of the planetary system between Pluto and Neptune; Linda 
Paluck. Every time she leaves, her employees have a party. These girls could 
be none other than the fantastic four: Carolyn Durner, Annette Blackmore, 
Frances Allred, and Mary Ann Wolfe. Leave something standing when ya'll get 
through. 

On the sun are three geniuses who aretri-owners of the T-V station, MIL- 
RO-B. These three are using the heat from the sun to generate the power need- 
ed for a station to reach planets so far away. They are none other than Benny 
Wells, Milton Wells, and Ross Trawick. 

And who else should discover the new planet that is still un-named but 
those two who have the curosity: Gayle Newkirk and Hattie Mae Hall. They 
never did seem to be able to keep away from anything they didn't know all about. 
That curiosity is going to kill somebody yet. 

The latest news to come to us by way of short-wave radio is that of a new 
uranium mine and plant on Mercury, which is owned by one of the richest men 
in the world, Tracey James. Mr. James is ably assisted by his two secretaries, 
who have been with him since he first opened the mine. They are Scarlett 
Johnson and Mickey Wells. Since Mr. James has become so wealthy, he has 
hired a manager, Nat Wells, a former classmate of his. 

An ingenious scientist, who was known for his scientific work in high 
school, is now one of the renowned scientists who are making some very im- 
portant experiments having to do with energy from the sun. He is none other 
than Kenneth Mozingo. Carolyn Ramsey is Mr. Mozingo's very able assistant. 
Together they are giving the world some of its most important discoveries. 

Not to be forgotten is our funny man, one who was known for his sarcastic 
remarks in the classroom and who has let these remarks turn into money for 
him, Carol Gene Wood. His partner is that "straight woman," Miss Long Face, 
who is better known as Betty Jean Price. 

Well, here they are, Mrs. McCullen and Mrs. Futch. They're all living, 
so I believethat means that there isn't anything due either of you except thanks 
for helping make us so rich and important. Our trip has been most enjoyable, 
Mr. Pilot. Thanks again for the ride. Come to visit us on earth one day when 
you're around. 



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Class Of I960 

President Ervin Wells 

Vice President Dewey Padgett 

Secretary Judy Leimone 

Treasurer Ellen Caryl Futch 

Reporter Martna Rowe 







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Janet Arnold 
Judy Autry 
Brenda Ballard 



Peggy Batson 
Worth Beverage 
Annette Boryk 



Mary Ruth Bowden 
Richard Brown 
Graham Carter 



Stacey Covil 
Lanny Croom 
Douglas Flynn 



Ellen Caryl Futch 
Josette Futch 
Judy Giddens 



Fred Gorsky 
Alice Groves 
Barbara Jane Hall 



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Sallie James 
Stuart Jones 
Ann Elizabeth Jonkheer 



Betty Lanier 
Jean Lanier 
David McLendon 



Chinnis McCoy- 
Judy McCoy 
Merle Meadows 



Edward Mauney 
Sylvia Moore 
Dewey Padgett 



Brenda Pearsall 
Vera Raynor 
Charlotte Richardson 



Linda Richardson 
Martha Rowe 
Thelma Saunders 



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Phyllis Sherman 
Herman Strickland 
Patricia Tatum 



Bill Taylor 
Bobbie Taylor 
Donna Walton 



John David Watkins 
Ervin Wells 
Linda Wells 



David Williams 









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President Susan Kessler 

Vice President Louis Leimone 

Secretary Louis Sawyer 

Treasurer Needham Hall 

Reporter Frank Futch 




Sophomores 




Ray Blanchard 
Buck Bloodworth 
Betty Bowden 
Kay Bowen 



Gwen Bryant 
Wade Burton 
Kent Carter 
Samuel Casey 



Gracie Chadwick 
Becky Clark 
Linda Croom 
Marilyn Cooper 



Patsy Croom 
Pat Davis 
JoAnn Eakins 
Bonnie Haney 



Sabra Horrell 
Bobby Humphrey 
Glenda Johnson 
Eugene Jordan 



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Susan Kessler 
Johnny Kraynick 
Phoebe Lanier 
Selma Lanier 



Louis Leimone 
Bob Lewis 
Curtis Malpass 
Faye Marshburn 



Cora Lee Meadows 
Alex Meeks 
Ethel Meeks 
Patsy Meeks 



Ardrey Murray 
Martha Jean Murray 
Sandra Pope 
Robbie Powell 



Annette Powers 
Delores Ramsey 
James Rivenbark 
Beverette Saunders 



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Sophomores 




Louis Sawyer 
Twylah Smith 
Louise Sumner 
Nick Vdovich 



Stella Vdovich 
Linda Waters 
Nellie Watkins 
Bessie Wells 



Billy Wells 
Donald Wayne Wells 
Frances Wells 
Dan Wells 



Kay Whis riant 
Floyd Worrells 
Bert Yates 



Not Pictured: Bobby Bolick, J. B. Croom, Roger Flynn, Frank Futch, 
Needham Hall, Paul Kraynick, Carrol Pearsall, Edwin Pierce, Alan 
Rivenbark, Jimmy Rivenbark, Adrian Ruddell, Glenda Sellers, Dickie 
Thigpen, Karen Wooten. 



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Class Of J 962 

President Johnny Westbrook 

Vice President Mary Emma Blanchard 

Secretary Lucille Ann Balcombe 

Treasurer Mary Ann Jonkheer 

Reporter Christine Leimone 



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Jreskmen 



Lucille Ann Balcombe 
Ruth Bats on 
Mac Beasley 
Boyd Benson 
Elna Kay Best 
Betty Biggs 



Janet Blake 

Faye Blanchard 

Mary Emma Blanchard 

Alton Blizzard 

Joe Brinkley 

Betty Brown 



Katie Raye Carter 
Gene Chadwick 
Richard Collins 
Allen Ray Croom 
Patsy Deal 
Patsy Flynn 



Gary Foy 
Bonnie Fulcher 
Judy Futch 
Bill George 
Judy Faye Griffin 
Dallas Groves 



Elaine Hardison 
Carl Edward Hewett 
Hugh Highs mith 
Albert Johnson 
Bill Johnson 
Johnette Johnson 



Mary Ann Jonkheer 
Alan Jordan 
Patty Karwaski 
Paul Kraynick 
Pauline Lanier 
Christine Leimone 



Elbert Littleton 
Julia Mallard 
Anita Marshburn 
Stoney McCoy 
Wayne McLendon 
Deanna Meadows 



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Jreshmcn 



Hilda Meadows 
Cathy Moore 
Alice Mozingo 
Anita Faye Murray 
Mary B. Narron 
Joe Bryant Newkirk 



Johnny Paluck 
David Powers 
Gail Powers 
Barbara Price 
Christine Raynor 
Jenny Rhodes 



Judith Richardson 
Dewey Rivenbark 
Hilda Rivenbark 
Penny Rivenbark 
Yvonne Rivenbark 
Bradford Rowe 



Carrie Rowe 
Nita Mae Rowe 
Sherrie Sherman 
Stanley Sis son 
Jimmy Spender 
Louise Thigpen 



Joanna Thomson 
Carolyn Tokoly 
Nellie Vdovich 
Carol Walker 
Nora Walton 
Pearlie Watkins 



William Watkins 
Johnny Westbrook 
Carol Winborne 
Jerry Wooten 
Joan Wooten 
Sue Wooten 



Delores Worrells 
Marvin Worrells 
Wilma Lee Wright 
Susie Young 
Not Pictured: 
Audrey Bond 
Kay Haney 
Howard Lunsford 



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Sighth Grade 



First Row: Ann Batson, Hodges Bell, Marie Blackmore, Donnie Blanchard, Ronnie Blanckard, Nancy 
Blizzard, Connie Bolick, Carol Cantwell, Billy Carter. Second Row: Milton Chadwick, Bill Chaffin, 
Ralph Croom, Wayne Cowan, James Deal, James Dennis, Everett Durham, Harold Fields, Kenneth 
Futch. Third Row: Lawrence Grady, Anita Harrell, Ann Harrell, Lillian Ann Harrell, Pauline Harris, 
Carolyn Horrell, Clifford Horrell, Marion Lee Johnson, Linda Johnson. Fourth Row: Fred Kessler, 
Bertice Lanier, Jane Lanier, Billy Manley, Nancy Mauney, Freddy McCoy, Elwood Meadows, Kelly 
Meadows, Carl Murray. Fifth Row: Marsha Murray, Melba Murray, William Naumuk, Johnnie Powell, 
Jimmy Price, Gail Pridgen, Sandra Pridgen, Peggy Ramsey, Carolyn Rivenbark. Sixth Row: Edward 
Rivenbark, Hazel Rivenbark, James Rivenbark, Robert Rivenbark, David Sanderson, Mary Saunders, 
Billie Lou Simmons, Gary Trawick, Tim Turner. Seventh Row: Dalton Wells, Earl Wells, Lincoln 
Wells, Marylin Wells, Nancy Wells, Robert Wells, Mary Jo White, Julian Wooten, George Allen Yates. 
Not Pictured: Cheryl McNeil, Billy Watkins, Allen Wells. 



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Seventh Qrade 



First Row: Jimmy Ballard, Roy Barnhill, Murray Batson, Nancy Batson, Billy Bland, Steve Blanton, 
Mary Elizabeth Bullard, Mandy Carter. Second Row: Isabelle Casey, Ledell Casey, Barbara Chad- 
wick, Carolyn Coburn, Nancy Croom, Adell Deal, Charles Deal, Danny Deal. Third Row: Donald Deal, 
Nancy Deal, Roy Deal, Brenda English, Linda Gorsky, Dianne Griffin, Jerry Guy, Lloyd Harris. Fourth 
Row: Kay Herring, Colene Higgins, Donnie Horrell, Julie Humphrey, Gloria Krockmalny, Billy Lanier, 
Judy Massengill, Peggy Matthews. Fifth Row: Mary Jo Moore, Alma Joyce Murray, Sylvia Murray, 
Edward Peterson, Joyce Rivenbark, Larry Richardson, Thurman Rivenbark, Charles Rowe. Sixth Row: 
Roy Rowe, Rowe Sawyer, Frankie Seamster, Anita Shepherd, Nancy Sholar, Agnes Smith, Freddie Smith, 
Nancy Swain, Carolyn Taylor. Seventh Row: Kay Taylor, Harry Thomas, Albert Watkins, Bonnie Wells, 
Elsie Wells, Roger Wells, Harry Whisnant, Penny Whiteside, Linda Williams. 



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Sixth Qrade 



First Row: Wright Anderson, Harriet Baker, Mary Frances Ballard, Janice Barger, Becky Batson, 
Tommy Blake, Faye Blanton, Ross Bowden, Tommy Bradshaw. Second Row: Ann Brown, Margaret 
Brown, David Earl Bullard, Elizabeth Cain, Betty Chadwick, Eugene Chadwick, Joyce Coburn, Gary 
Covil, Mary Cowan. Third Row: Eddie Deal, Mike English, Edward Fisher, JoAnn Fulcher, Phillip 
Gould, Annette Grady, Shirley Griffin, Michael Harrell, Richard Harrell. Fourth Row: Jeraldine 
Harris, Judy Hewett, Dempsey Howard, Linda Howard, Sandra Howard, Don Johnson, Paula Jones, 
Betty Jane Kraynick, Thomas Lanier. Fifth Row: Amelia Leimone, Patty Leimone, Sue Manley, Robbie 
Moore, Stanley Murray, Linda Naumuk, Mary Ann Naumuk, Jane Peterson, Tommy Prescott. Sixth 
Row: Cary Rivenbark, Dianne Rivenbark, Susanne Rivenbark, Ronnie Rivenbark, Rachel Rowe, Joe 
Knox Taylor, Gladys Thomas, Brenda Thomson, Linda Thomson. Seventh Row: Eugene Watkins, Car- 
olyn Wells, David Wells, Ray Wells, Elaine Yates, Norman York. 




5th Grade 



Left to Right, First row: Linda Batson, Bobby Beverage, John Wright Blake, Dorothy Blizzard, Eleanor 
Burch, Linwood Bond, Clyde Burgess, Polly Cain, Ernest Carter. Second row: Louise Chadwick, David 
Clark, Bob Hugh Corbett, Johnny Cowan, Priscilla Croom, Philip Deal, Betsy Dees, Vernon Easkins, 
Thelma Fisher. Third row: Lynette Grady, Buddy Griffin, Cecily Gyetvai, Laura Hardison, Carl 
Harrell, Larry Harrell, Cheryl Hill, Cynthia Highsmith, Irvine Huff. Fourth row: Connie Johnson, 
Joe Kraynick, Rosemary Krochmalny, Linda Lane, Gene Lanier, Leverne Lanier, Maxine Lanier, Aaron 
Littleton, Alice Manley. Fifth row: Cherry Manley, Frankie McCoy, Glenda Moore, Linwood Moore, 
Helen Mozingo, Larry Murray, Phyllis Nanney, Edith Paluck, Elizabeth Parker. Sixth row: Tommy 
Pope, Kenneth Powell, Billy Prescott, James Rivenbark, Jimmy Rivenbark, Phillip Rivenbark, Sandra 
Rivenbark, Sherrol Rouse, Linda Sasser. Seventh row: Jo Sherman, Glenda Sholar, Nadine Strickland, 
Buddy Tilton, Wayne Turner, Tommy Vick, Carson Wells, Eddie Wells, Janet Wells. Eighth row: Jeff 
Wells, M. C. Waters, Phillip Wells, Phyllis Wells, Shirley Wells, Terry Wells, Vickie Wells, Gayle 
Whaley. 




4th Grade 



Left to Right, First row: Annette Anderson, Bill Baker, Eddie Blake, Nellie Blizzard, Donald Bowden, 
Jean Bowden, Julia Ann Brown, Mary Burch, Sally Carter. Second row: Ray Chadwick, Susan Chaffin, 
Cathy Croom, Kathy Croom, Judy Deal, Odessel English, Leigh Futch, Jimmy Harrell, Steve Henderson. 
Third row: Herman Huff, Kathy Humphrey, Graham Jordan, Marian Kelly, Shirley Kennedy, Jimmy 
Kraynick, Ellen Lanier, Shirleen Lanier, Mary Alice Leimone. Fourth row: Tommy Lewis, Kate 
Lockey, Evelyn Marshburn, Sherry Meeks, Linda Murray, Stanley Nakoneczny, Dick Naumuk, Don 
Norris, Garland Odom. Fifth row: Brenda Pridgen, Gary Pridgen, Charlie Pullen, Geneva Rivenbark, 
Timmy Rivenbark, Myra Rivenbark, Wayne Rivenbark, Donnie Row, Johnny Russ. Sixth row: Danny 
Sanderson, Mike Smith, Jeanne Marie Thomasson, Bobby Watkins, Archie Wells, Bonnie Wells, Jane 
Westbrook, Jerry Wheeler, Joe Lee Williams. 



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3rd Grade 



Left to Right, First row: Janet Bowen, Roger Bowden, Tim Brinson, Linda Brown, Linwood Brown 
Joseph Burch, "Chip" Davis, Charlie Casey, Nellie Chadwick. Second row: Brenda Clark, Charles 
Cochran, Alton Cottle, Nita Covil, Larry Croom, Cathy Deal, Robert Dees, Carl Fisher, Frank Fussell 
Third row: Libby Futch, Betty Garriss, Freddy Gaylor, Christine Gore, Lorraine Gould, Janice Grif- 
fin, Angelea Groves, Charlie Groves, Linda Sue Harrell. Fourth row: Ruth Harrell Esta Heath 
Janice Herring, Joseph Honeycutt, Hansford Huff, Michael Johnson, Sharon Johnston, Jimmy Lanier' 
Michael Lanier. Fifth row: Wayne Lanier, Stanley Lowe, Raymond Krockmalmy, Dianna McCoy' 
Al Murray, Hugh Overstreet, Andy Paluck, William Peedin, Joseph Prescott. Sixth row Edward 
Rivenbark, Glenn Rivenbark, Jackie Rivenbark, Jan Rivenbark, Kathy Richardson, Sherry Reade, James 
Royal, Adrian Rowe, Wilma Rye. Seventh row: Mary Lee Thomas, Richard Thomas, Ann Watkins 
Joseph Watkins, Faye Wells, Barry Whaley, Danny Whitley, Terry Worrell, Jewell Ann Wynne. Eighth 
row: Johnny Yates, Kathy Yates. 







2nd Grade 



Row one: Sherry Bakan, Vickie Bannerman, Donna Beasley, Grace Beasley, Sara Blizzard, Joyce Cain, 
Richard Cantwell, Paula Chewning, Terry Clark, Frances Cottle. Row two: Dean Cowan, Jean Cowan, 
Mary Ellen Deal, Peggy Deal, Sue Ellen Deal, Danny DeBose, Jerry Fedoronka, Margaret Fisler, Shirley 
Fisher Kenneth Fussell. Row three: Reggie Fussell, Carol Gyetvia, Cathy Harrell, Sam Harrell, 
Lineard Harris, Eddie Horrell, Eddie Huff, Sherman Huff, Debbie Lanier, Martha Mallard. Row four: 
Johnny Manley, Susan McLendon, Carlene Meeks, Patsy Mizerak, Freddie Moore, Vernie Moore, Paul 
Naumuk Patricia Parker, Genell Pridgen, Doris Price. Row five: Charlie Overstreet, Steve Ramsey, 
Bertha Ann Rivenbark, Dennis Rivenbark, Jackie Rivenbark, Janet Rivenbark, Millie Rowe, Ervin 
Saunders, Barbara Sholar, Sandra Sparkman. Row six: Kathy Stone, Bill Trawick, Mike Vick, Donald 
Wells, Donnie Sue Wells, Rochelle Whiteside, Diane Williams, Jeffrey Williams, Judy Wynne. 




1st Grade 



Row one: Sherwood Batson, Kathy Beasley, Shirley Beasley, Ouida Ellen Bell, Frances Best, Mary 
Ann Blake, Lyndon Bolic, Larry Bolick. Row two: Delia Sue Brown, Linda Burgess, Susie Camden, 
Shirley Chadwick, Marie Crews, Barry Croom, Jeanette Deal, Ronald DeBose. Row three: Fred Dees, 
Lucy Dennis, Ross Harrell, William Hill, Ronald Hubbard, Elizabeth Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Marie 
Johnson. Row four: Patsy Jones, Zeb Jordan, Katie Kennedy, Jeffrey Lanier, Theresa Lanier, Frank 
Murray, Janice Murray, Millard Murray. Row five: Glenda Odom, Audrey Pierce, Johnnie Pope, Jim 
Pyron, Carol Richardson, Ann Rivenbark, Betty Rivenbark, Libby Rivenbark. Row six: Marinar Riven- 
bark, Patricia Rivenbark, Robert Rivenbark, Becky Smith, Perrin Kaye Rouse, Jan Sherman, Joe Carr 
Stevens, Paul Stone. Row seven: Jimmy Thomason, Irene Trainer, Annette Wells, Judith Wells, Judy 
Wells, Phillip Wells, Danny Whaley, Burton Whiteside. 



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Editor-in-Chief Edith Ann Mallard 

Assistant Editor Josette Futch 

High School Editor Linda Sherman 

Assistant H. S. Editor Phyllis Sherman 

Grammar School Editor Bebe Bloodworth 

Assistant Grammar Editor Barbara Hall 

Senior Editor Mary Ann Wolfe 

Junior Editor Judy Giddens 

Club Editor Frances Allred 

Assistant Club Editor .... Charlotte Richardson 

Photographer Horace Murray 

Assistant Photographer Edward Mauney 

Sports Editor Jack Brinson 

Assistant Sports Editor David Williams 

Art Editor Kenneth Mozingo 

Assistants .... Mary Ruth Bowden, Judy Autrey 



Editorial Staff 




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Wagrub 



Business Manager Gurney Hood 

Assistant Manager Bill Taylor 

Circulation Managers Gayle Newkirk 

Sonny Langston 

Senior Manager Carolyn Durner 

Junior Manager Judy Leimone 

Sophomore Manager Bob Lewis 

Freshman Manager John Westbrook 

Assistants: 

Sidney Balcombe Harvel Horrell 

Brenda Barger Jennings Humphrey 

Brenda Ballard Tracey James 

Worth Beverage Susan Kessler 

Richard Brown Dewey Padgett 

Annette Boryk Herman Strickland 

Stacey Covil Barbara Tokoly 

Lanny Croom Benny Wells 

Patsy Deal Nat Wells 

Ellen Caryl Futch Paula Williams 

Gregg Futch Carol Wood 

Hattie Mae Hall Ray Chadwick 

business Staff 




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Zhe Beacon 




Editor-in-Chief Annette Blackmore 

Assistant Editor Bobbye Taylor 

Business Manager Sallie James 

Publication Manager Carol Hewett 

Art Editor Martha Rowe 

Sports Editor Pat Davis 

Circulation Managers Joyce Murray 

Louise Wallace 
Mimeographing Managers Louis Leimone 

Ardrey Murray 

Advisors Mrs. Futch 

Miss Brown 




Mary Emma Blanchard, Gwen Bryant, Marilyn Cooper, Nellie Watkins, Merle Meadows, Betty Raynor, 
Scarlett Johnson, Donna Walton, Jeanette Saunders, Linda Paluck, Pat Tatum, Mary Nette Sission, 
Sandra Crews, Barbara Burton, Ethel Jane Lanier, Peggy Batson, Frances Wells, Kay Whisnant, 
Annette Powers, Kay Bowen, Pheobe Lanier, Wilma Wright, Delores Ramsey, Julia Mallard, Christine 
Leimone, Becky Clark, Patsy Flynn, Kay Haynie, Sherrie Sherman, Frank Futch, Susie Young, Betty 
Price, Mary Ruth Bowden, Douglas Flynn, Jean Lanier, Judy McCoy, Betty Lanier. 



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Girls' Chorus 




Left to Right, First row: Judy McCoy, Thelma Saunders, Jeanette Saunders, Frances Allred, Patsy 
Flynn, Kay Haney, Mary Emma Blanchard, Christine Leimone, Yvonne Rivenbark, Glenda Johnson, 
Mary Ruth Bowden, Kay Bowen, Josette Futch, Sallie James, Beverette Saunders, Julia Mallard, Linda 
Waters, Twylah Smith. Second row: Gracie Chadwick, Barbara Tokoly, Gayle Newkirk, Paula Williams, 
Pat Davis, Ethel Meeks, Elaine Hardison, Judy Autry, Pat Tatum, Sue Wooten, Ruth Batson, Carol 
Walker, Elna Kay Best, Nita Fay Murray, Patricia Ludlam, Carolyn Ramsey, Sabra Harrell. Third 
row: Janet Blake, Joanna Thompson, Betty Bowden, Betty Lou Raynor, Delores Ramsey, Linda Rich- 
ardson, Louise Thigpen, Martha Murray, Selma Lanier, Kay Whisnant, Janet Arnold, Donna Walton, 
Betty Jean Price, Marilyn Cooper, Carolyn Durner, Mary Ann Wolfe, Barbara Burton, Susie Young, 
Susan Kessler, Judy Giddens. Fourth row: Mary Ann Jonkheer, Annette Boryk, Annette Blackmore, 
Patsy Meeks, Barbara Jane Hall, Hattie Mae Hall, Joanne Eakins, Delores Worrells. 




Mrs. Forrest Mallard, Director 
Brenda Bostic, Secretary 




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Mixed Chorus 




First row: Hugh Highsmith, Edward Mauney, Sylvia Moore, Annette Blackmore, Charlotte Richardson, 
Barbara Hall, Robbie Powell, Phyllis Sherman, Hazel Lanier, Brenda Bostic, Nellie Watkins, Patsy 
Croom, Allen Jordan, Allen Ray Croom, Jennings Humphrey. Second row: Albert Johnson, Hattie Mae 
Hall, Betty Lou Raynor, Barbara Tokoly, Gayle Newkirk, Patsy Meeks, Gracie Chadwick, Martha Murray, 
Linda Croom, Annette Boryk, Paula Williams, Linda Richardson, Barbara Burton, Kay Whisnant, Becky 
Clark, Judy Giddens, Johnny Westbrook, Roger Flynn. Third row: Alex Meeks, Bert Yates, Eugene 
Jordan, Joe Newkirk, Pat Davis, Pearlie Watkins, Edith Ann Mallard, Betty Jean Price, Delores Ramsey, 
Betty Blanchard, Peggy Batson, Sabre Horrell, Nite Murray, Carolyn Durner, Mary Nette Sisson, Ethel 
Lanier, Carolyn Ramsey, Stanly Sisson, Chennis McKoy. Fourth row: Frances Allred, Thelma Saunders, 
Jeanette Saunders, Ray Chadwick, Gurney Hood, Kay Bowen, Judy McKoy, Sallie James, Josette Futch, 
Janey Arnold, Ethel Meeks, Beverette Saunders, Mary Ruth Bowden, Linda Waters, Glenda Johnson, 
Gene Chadwick, Nat Wells, Louis Sawyer. 



Christmas Concert 
Spring Festival 



December 10 
April 16 



Mrs. Forrest Mallard, Director 

Richard M. Hoffman, Assistant Director 

Paula Williams, Secretary 




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First row: Frankie Seamster, Peggy Matthews, Penny Whiteside, Julie Humphrey, Mike English, Wright 
Anderson, Arron Littleton. Second row: Nat Wells, Billie Lou Simmons, Priscilla Croom, Marion 
Johnson, Marie Blackmore, Linda Gorsky, Carolyn Coburn, Bonnie Fulcher, Judy Futch, Vera Raynor, 
Third row: Anita Shephard, Mary Ann Naumuk, Carolyn Tokoly, Patsy Flynn, Curtis Malpass, Stuart 
Jones, Joe Knox Taylor, "Bro" Durham, David Sanderson, Harry Thomas. Fourth row: Jerry Guy, 
Adrian Ruddell, Sonny Langston, Audrey Murray, Johnny Westbrook, Julia Mallard. Not pictured: 
Richard M. Hoffman, Director. 




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Jutute Zeaekers Of America 




Frances AUred President 

Josette Futch Vice President 

Patsy Deal Secretary 

Ellen Caryl Futch Treasurer 

Judy Futch Reporter 

Julia Mallard Song Leader 

Sallie James Song Leader 

Mrs. Futch Advisor 




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Seated, first row: Judy Futch, Linda Sherman, Annette Blackmore, Carolyn Durner, Mary Ann Wolfe; 
second row: Carol Winbourne, Carol Hewett, Louise Wallace, Joyce Murray, Bobbie Taylor, Phyllis 
Sherman, Selma Lanier. Standing: Mrs. Futch, Advisor, Janet Blake, Susie Young, Kay Whisnant, 
Karen Wooten, Kay Bowen, Annette Boryk, Patsy Deal, Joanna Thomson, Sallie James, Edith Ann Mal- 
lard, Josette Futch, Frances Allred. 



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Left to Right, First row: David McLendon, Bobby Bell, Ervin Wells, Gregg Futch, Harvell Horrell, 
David Powers. Second row: William Watkins, Paul Kraynick, Allen Croom, Bradford Rowe, Buck 
Bloodworth, Allen Rivenbark, Johnny Kraynick, Wayne McLendon, Carl Hewett. Third row: W. C. 
Blackmore, Advisor, Pearlie Watkins, Curtis Malpass, Stuart Jones, Louis Leimone, Franklin Worrell, 
Jerry Wooten, Stanley Sission, James Rivenbark. Fourth row: Teddy Karwoski, Detrea Henderson, 
Frankie Futch, Chinnis McKoy, Joe Brinkly, Mac Beasley, Gary Foy, Ray Blanchard. Fifth row: Stacy 
Covil, Benny Wells, Tracey James, Alex Meeks, Sidney Balcombe, Howard Tungsford, Boyd Benson, 
Audrey Murray. Sixth row: Dewey Rivenbark, Graham Carter, Stony McKoy, Ray Chadwick, John 
David Watkins, Dallas Groves, Elbert Chadwick. Seventh row: Louis Sawyer, Wade Burton, Richard 
Brown, Daniel Wells, Marvin Worrell, Nat Wells. 



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future farmers Of America 




Gregg Futch President 

David McLendon . . . .Vice-President 

Bobby Bell Secretary 

Ervin Wells Treasurer 

Harvel Horrell Reporter 

David Powers Sentinel 





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Left to Right, First row: Christine Leimone, Carol Hewett, Pat Davis, Gayle Newkirk, Mary Ruth 
Bowden, Josette Futch, Sallie James, Kay Whisnant, Mrs. Davis, Advisor. Second row: Phyllis Sherman, 
Patsy Croom, Johnette Johnson, Alice Mozingo, Sandra Crews, Pheobe Lanier, Judy Giddens, Anita 
Marshburn, Judy Griffin, Bonnie Fultcher, Carolyn Tokoly. Third row: Hattie Mae Hall, Lucille Bal- 
come, Annette Powers, Stella Vdovich, Donna Walton, Barbara Jane Hall, Peggy Batson, Sherrie Sher- 
man, Louise Wallace, Judith Richardson, Gracie Chadwich. Fourth row: Marilyn Cooper, Hazel Lanier, 
Martha Murray, Susan Kessler, Carol Winborne, Susie Young, Annette Boryk, Jo Ann Eakins, Sue 
Wooten. Fifth row: Ethel Meeks, Twylah Smith, Linda Croom, Barbara Tokoly, Edith Ann Mallard, 
Barbara Price, Nita Rowe, Patsy Deal, Ethel Jane Lanier, Barbara Burton. Sixth row: Frances Wells, 
Mary Emma Blanchard, Janet Arnold, Elizabeth Batson, Kay Haney, Louise Sumner, Nellie Vdovich, 
Catherine Hewett, Mary Nette Sission. Seventh row: Louise Thigpen, Cary Rowe, Judy Futch, Linda 
Waters, Julia Mallard, Mary Ann Johnkeer, Paula Williams, Ellen Caryl Futch. Eighth row: Carol 
Walker, Yvonne Rivenbark, Linda Richardson, Joyce Murray, Elna Kay Best, Audrey Bonds, Delores 
Worrells. 



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Jutute Homemakcrs Of America 




AREAS OF 
HOMEMAKiNC 




Gayle Newkirk President 

Mary Ruth Bowden . . . Vice-President 

Carol Hewett Secretary 

Christine Leimone Treasurer 

Kay Whisnant Reporter 

Josette Futch Historian 

Pat Davis Song Leader 

Sallie James Parliamentarian 



F.H.A. CREED 

We are the Future Homemakers of America 
We face the future with warm courage, 
And high hope. 

For we have the clear consciousness of seeking 

Old and precious values, 

For we are the builders of homes, 

Homes for America's future. 

Homes where living will be the expression of everything 

That is good and fair. 

Homes where truth and love and security and faith 

Will be realities, not dreams. 

We are the Future Homemakers of America 
We face the future with warm courage 
And high hope. 






3 tench Club 




Left to Right, First row: Charlotte Richardson, Janet Arnold, Judy Giddens, Betty Lou Raynor, David 
Williams, Br'enda Bostic, Herman Strickland, Ross Trawick, Douglas Flynn, Sonny Langston. Second 
row: Frances Allred, Edith Ann Mallard, Linda Wells, Judy Leimone, Worth Beverage, Dewey Padgett, 
Bobby Humphrey, Sidney Balcombe, Fred Gorsky. 




OFFICERS 

Judy Leimone President 

Charlotte Richardson Vice-President 

Dewey Padgett Secretary 

Betty Lou Raynor Treasurer 

Mrs. Merle Clark Advisor 

Janet Arnold Reporter 



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Monogram Club 



OFFICERS 

Bill Taylor President 

Horace Murray Vice President 

Gayle Newkirk Secretary 

Carolyn Durner Treasurer 

Judy Giddens Reporter 

Mr. Johnson Advisor 







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Seated, Left to Right: Beverette Saunders, Edith Ann Mallard, Susan Kessler, Mary Ann Wolfe, Judy 
Leimone, Barbara Tokoly, Josette Futch, Joyce Murray, Mary Ruth Bowden, Judy Giddens, Phyllis 
Sherman, Horace Murray, Paula Williams, Tracey James, Worth Beverage. Standing: Bob Lewis, 
Kent Carter, Nat Wells, Eugene Jordan, Sidney Balcombe, Needham Hall, Ervin Wells, Hattie Mae Hall, 
Carolyn Durner, Gayle Newkirk, David McLendon, Edward Mauney, Samuel Casey, Louis Sawyer, 
Donald Wells, Bill Taylor, Alex Meeks, David Williams, Jennings Humphrey, Willis Johnson, Advisor, 
Gregg Futch, Herman Strickland, Bill George. 



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Opponent 


Burgaw 


Stedman 


18 


13 


Richlands 


17 


7 


Beulaville 


13 


7 


Dixon 





53 


James Kenan 


13 





North Duplin 


13 


7 


Mt. Olive 


35 





Wallace 


28 





Swansboro 


7 


7 




COACH 
Willis J. Johnson 



MANAGER 
Bill George 




TRI-CAPTAINS 
Gurney Hood, Horace Murray, Gregg Futch 



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Left to Right, First row: Kenneth Futch, Everette Durham, managers, Bill Taylor, Tracey James, 
Jennings Humphrey, Gurney Hood, Horace Murray, Gregg Futch, Sidney Balcombe, Herman Strickland. 
Second row: Willis Johnson, coach, Alex Meeks, Martin Rivenbark, David McLendon, Louis Sawyer, 
Samuel Casey, Eugene Jordan, David Williams, Bob Lewis, Donald Wells, Bill George, manager. Third 
row: Jimmy Spender, Hugh Highsmith, Wayne McLendon, Joe Newkirk, Stoney McCoy, Ardrey Murray, 
Graham Carter, Bert Yates, Byod Benson, David Powers, Needham Hall, Johnny Westbrook. 



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J 959 toys' basketball Zeam 

Kneeling: David McLendon, Stacy Covil, Dewey Padgett, Gurney Hoed, Ervin Wells, Herman Strickland, 
Bill Taylor. Standing: Willis Johnson, Coach, Edward Mauney, Louis Leimone, Frank Futch, Louis 
Sawyer, Ardrey Murray, Richard Brown, Bob Lewis, John Westbrook, Manager. 



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Opponent 


Burgaw 


James Kenan 


33 


44 


Wallace-Rose Hill 


66 


42 


Wallace-Rose Hill 


57 


47 


Chinquapin 


30 


44 


Penderlea 


31 


44 


Atkinson 


24 


52 


Topsail 


30 


28 


James Kenan 


51 


37 


Long Creek 


21 


50 


Beulaville 


68 


61 


Long Creek 


35 


70 


Atkinson 


33 


43 


Penderlea 


46 


56 


Topsail 


36 


33 



Coach and Captain 
Willis J. Johnson and Gurney Hood 



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1959 Qirls' basketball Zeam 

Left to Right, Standing: Louise Wallace, Judy Futch, Mary Ruth Bowden, Beverette Saunders, Patsy 
Flynn, Yevonne Rivenbark, Frances Wells, Christine Leimone, Mary Ann Jonkheer, SusanKessler, Ruth 
Batson, Susie Young. Kneeling: Hattie Mae Hall, Joyce Ann Murray, Barbara Tokoly. 



James Kenan 

Wallace-Rose Hill 

Wallace -Rose Hill 

Chinquapin 

Penderlea 

Atkinson 

Topsail 

James Kenan 

Long Creek 

Beulaville 

Long Creek 

Atkinson 

Penderlea 

Topsail 



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56 




78 














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64 


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Left to Right, First row: Sidney Balcombe, GeneBallard, DonBarber, *MikeBoryk, Kent Carter, *Pete 
Farrior, *Morris Herring. Second row: Jennings Humphrey, Tracey James, Bob Lewis, Edwin Pierce, 
Johnny Smith, Herman Strickland, Whrens Williams. *tri-captains. 



SEASON RECORD 

8-2 record-overall 

8-0 record- county 

3-2 vs Leland- state play-offs 

0-2 vs North Duplin-semi-finals 








Josette Futch 

Annette Powers 

Judy Leimone 

Phoebe Lanier 



Cheerleaders 



Ethel Meeks 
Paula Williams 



Phyllis Sherman 
Judy Giddens, Chief 



Kay Bowen 



FIGHT SONG 



Oh, when those Burgaw Red Devils fall in line, 
We're gonna win that game another time; 
We're gonna fight, fight, fight for victory, 
And let our names go down in football history; 
And everywhere you'll go you'll hear the name 
Of all the Burgaw High School football fame 
So come on team, let's win the game, win the game, 
Rah, Rah, Rah! 



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Snapshots 




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Homecoming Queen 



Carolyn Durner 





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Homecoming 

Court 





Brenda Bostic 



Paula Williams 



Marshals 




Left to Right: Betty Lou Raynor, Kenneth Mozingo, Annette Blackmore, Linda Paluck, Nat 
Wells, Holly Paul, Edith Ann Mallard, Horace Murray, Scarlett Johnson, Gayle Newkirk. 



Beauties 



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Seated: Janet Blake, Carol Hewette. Standing: Judy Leimone, Janet Arnold, Linda Croom. 



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7air Princesses 




Linda Gorsky, Nancy Swain, Carol Cantwell 



Mus 'Drivers 



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Ray Chadwick, Dicky Thigpen, Nat Wells, Linda Sherman, Betty Lou Raynor, 
Milton Wells, Hattie Mae Hall, Jack Brinson, John David Watkins, Linwood 
Hewett. 



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Snapshots 




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Cafeteria Staff 






Mrs. Gladys Meeks and 
Mrs. Eloise Ivey, Manager 






Elnora Bowden and 
Luberta Armstrong, Cooks 



janitors 





Abel Johnson 



Fred Hankins 



80 



Light travels 186,000 miles a second or once and two third 
as fast as gossip around B.H.S. 




What kind of Arithmetic is this? 

Doesn't exactly make sense, we'll have to admit. But 
neither do some of the present tax laws. 

For instance, a strange twist in federal law lets sev- 
eral million American people and businesses escape pay- 
ing all the taxes in their electric bills that you pay in 
yours. More than 230 out of every dollar you pay for 
electricity goes for taxes— but members of this "privi- 
leged class" pay only a small fraction of that. The reason: 
They get their electricity from federal government elec- 
tric systems that you help support. 

Most Americans think everyone should pay his fair 
share of taxes. How do you feel about it? 



(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 



Mrs. McCullen: "Who was buried in Grant's tomb? 1 
Carol Gene: "I wan't there when it was open!" 



GRADUATES 



Compliments of 



m MILLION CAROLINA 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



201 Princess Street 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



Paula: "Tracey is so original. He says things that I wouldn't 

dream of other boys saying." 
Hattie Mae: "What has he been up to now? Asking you to marry him?" 



WILMINGTON COLLEGE 



A Full Accredited Junior College 




Wilmington 



North Carolina 



FOUR COUNTY ELECTRIC 

Membership Corporation 

Our Congratulations to the Graduates 

of the Class of 1959 

Main Office - Burgaw, North Carolina 
Branch Offices - Elizabethtown & Rose Hill 



Carol: "Does that boy you had a date with last night talk 

very much?" 
Mary Nette: "I was wondering about that myself ! " 



E. 


AND B OIL COMPANY 




Jobbers Sinclair Products 




Goodyear Tires 




Douglas Batteries 




New Modern Tire Recapping Plant 




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Burgaw Phone 4430 



Wallace, Phone 2081 



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The musical award of the year goes to Mr. Johnson's private 
Glee Club which only sings to him at Christmas and New Years. 



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PENDER MOTOR SALES 



Your Friendly Ford Dealer 



[PURE 




Burgaw, North Carolina 



E.W. GODWIN'S SONS 

Manufacturers of Lumber 

and 

Dealers in Builders Supplies 
Dial RO 2-7747 




Wilmington, North Carolina 



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Bobby Bell: "Look, Mrs. Futch! it's a bird! It's a plane! 
It's one of your erasers!" 





W E C T T. V. 




NBC 


CBS 
Channel 6 

Wilmington, North Carolina 


ABC 




DEES DRUG STORE 

Fountain Service 

Prescriptions Filled By Registered Druggists Only 

Burgaw, North Carolina 




W.H. McEACHERNS SONS 

Fruits and Produce 

Dial RO 2-9626 
Wilmington, North Carolina 




CARTER 


INSECTICIDE 


AND 


CHEMICAL 


COMPANY, 


INC. 


Ag 


'ricultural 






Chemicals 




Rainway Irrigation 






Berkeley Pumps 






Wallace, North Carolina 










Linda S.: "My fiance has been telling everyone that he is going 
to marry the most beautiful girl in the world." 

Gayle N.: "What a pity. And after all this time you've been 
going together." 



RHODES INC. 

Furniture 

310 N. Front Street 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



LANES FERRY GROCERY 

R. K. Lanier, owner 
Groceries - Dry Goods 

Rocky Point, North Carolina 



SALLY FROCKS 

Dresses - Suits 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



HILTON DRIVE-IN 

Courtesy last & always 

North 4th Street 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



FARRIORS 
DEPARTMENT STORE 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



SOUTHERN AUTO SALES 

Cars to suit every 
pocket book 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



ED FLEISHMAN 
AND BROS. INC. 

Men's Wear 
223 North Front Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



PADGETT'S RADIO 
AND T.V. 

"Break it, we fix it' 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



CASEY BUILDERS SUPPLY 

Minnesota Paints 

Boilders Hardware 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



SUTTON COUNCIL 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



BELK-BEERY 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

All types of clothes 
and accessories 



Wilmington, North Carolina 




SHEPARD'S 
WHEEL ALIGNING 

Front end overhauling 

Aligning -balanc ing 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Mr. Johnson: "What is a parasite, Edwin?" 

Edwin Pierce: "It's something that you jump out of an airplane in." 




Serving New Hanover and Surrounding Counties 



MELLO ICE CREAM CO., INC 



A North Carolina Company 



Wilmington, North Carolina 






Gregg: "Do you like women who talk or the other kind?" 
Gurney: "What other kind?" 



PENDER LUMBER COMPANY 

Lumber - Moulding - Building Supplies 

Doors - Windows - Roofing - Siding 

Phone CL 9-2342 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



MARINA RESTAURANT 

Fine Seafoods 
Ideal Location 

Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina 



GET THE BEST 



GET 




Ice Cream and Milk 



SEALTEST SOUTHERN DAIRIES 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



What you don't know may not hurt you, but it certainly does amuse a lot of people. 



HARRELL'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

"Pender's Largest 
Shopping Center" 

Phone CL 9-2112 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



Z. J. CARTER AND SONS 

We Build and Furnish 
The Home 



Phone, 435-1 
Wallace, North Carolina 



TOWNSEND AUTO PARTS 

A Perfect Part 
For Every Need 



Wallace, North Carolina 



TEMPERATURE CONTROL 

Carrier Air Conditioning 
Indoor Comfort Contractors 

3440 Oleander Drive 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



WILSON'S FOODTOWN 



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Burgaw, North Carolina 



WESTBROOK'S 
5c TO $5 STORE 

GRADUATES 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



BURGAW ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Electrical & Plumbing Equip. 

Westinghouse - RCA 

Phone CL 9-4125 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



DURHAM DRUG COMPANY 

Soda Fountain Service 

Phone CL 9-2514 
Burgaw, North Carolina 






Paula: "I Wish you'd stop reaching for things at the table. 

Haven't you a tongue." 
David: "Yes, I do, but my arms are longer." 



KRAMER'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Wallace, North Carolina 



TONY'S AMOCO STATION 

Cheap Gas 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



C. W. DAVIS 
WHOLESALE CO. 

210-212 North Water St. 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



LEE'S FIVE AND DIME 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



A. C. HALL 
HARDWARE CO. 

Wallace, North Carolina 



WILMINGTON 
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 

Auto Specialist 
Oldsmobile and Cadillac 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



BLOCK-SOUTHLAND 
SPORTSWEAR 

Finest Fabrics of the South 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



GOLDINGS 5c TO $1.00 

Toys - Candies 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



N. & W. GROCERY CO. 

Wholesale Groceries 

Wallace, North Carolina 



WALLACE HARDWARE 
AND MACHINERY 

Frigidaire & Allis Chalmers 
Sales & Service 

Wallace, North Carolina 



D. E. BOSTIC 

Registered Duroc Hogs 
Guaranteed 

Atkinson, North Carolina 



YOPP PIANO CO. 

Fine Music 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



"Smartest one in our class ? How did the teacher happen to 

mention that?" asked Mom. 
"She didn't. I just noticed it — all by myself." 









All school supplies sold in 


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Burgaw High School 


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come from 


E.C. 


MOORE AND COMPANY 




notions 




paper specialists 


» 


novelties 




117 Hanover Street 




Phone RO 2-8442 




Wilmington, North Carolina 



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A big car pulled up to the curb. The little girl's heart 

skipped a beat. "Going north, Babe?" 
"Why, yes." 
"Well, give my regard to the Eskimos" — and the big 

car continued up Wright Street. 



J. P. NEWTON 
MACHINERY CO. 

301 Castle Hayne Road 
Ro 2-9591 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



WALLACE 
FARMERS EXCHANGE 

FCX Dealer Agent 
Phone 265-6, Wallace 



DAIRI-0 

"Home of good ice cream" 

Wallace, North Carolina 



THE JEWEL BOX INC. 

"The Diamond Store" 
119 N. Front Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



THE CORNER GROCERY 

D. F. Waldron 
Groceries -Meats -Hardware 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



R. H. BALCOMBE 

Groceries 

Rocky Point, North Carolina 



COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING WORKS 

Coca-Cola in Bottles 

921 Princess 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



GIDDENS' BODY SHOP 

Wrecker Service 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



KRISPY KREME 
DOUGHNUT CO. 

Serving Eastern Carolina 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



NEW CHINA RESTAURANT 

Home of Good Chinese Food 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



BURGAW RADIO 
AND T.V. SERVICE 

RCA Radio and Television 
Phone CL 9-2141 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



J. M. WEEKS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

206 Princess 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Ross: "The driver of that car ahead of us must be one of my 

teachers." 
Sonny: "Why?" 
Ross: "She is so stubborn about letting me pass." 



CASEY LUMBER COMPANY, INC 

Manufacturers of North Carolina Pine 
Air Dried - Kiln Dried - Dressed 

Rocky Point, North Carolina 

We buy Pine and Cypress Timber Lands 

WHITE OAK FARMS 

HERE FORDS 

Build your herd with registered bulls 
Contact Casey Lumber Company 




Rocky Point, North Carolina 



Miss Edmondson: "Name three collective nouns." 

Horace Murray: "Flypaper, wastebasket, and vacuum cleaner." 



HOSPITAL SODA SHOP 

Across From Hospital 

Hot Dogs - Snacks 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



SU-ANN SHOES 



Shoes For Every Occasion 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



RADIO STATION W L S E 

Music News Sports 
Wallace, North Carolina 



WILMINGTON PRINTING CO. 

221 North Second Street 

All Types of Printing 

Telephone RO 2-8139 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



WONDER SHOP 

Women's Apparel 

108 North Front 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



BOSEMAN'S 
SPORTING GOODS 

Everything For The Athlete 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



J. T. RITTER AND SONS 

Sash-Doors -Frames -Screens 

Phone RO 2-8139 
Castle Hayne, North Carolina 



J. W. MURCHISON 
WHOLESALE CO. 

Hardware 

and 

Sporting Goods 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Tracey: "Why didn't they play cards on Noah's Ark?" 
Sidney: "Because Noah sat on the deck." 




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BATSON FARMERS EXCHANGE 



F. C. X. Dealer Agent 



Feed - Seed - Fertilizer - Mixing 



Farm Supplies 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



HUMPHREY'S 



Builder's supplies, Feed, Hardware 



Fertilizers and Farm Supplies 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



Annette: "What do you do when you see an unusually 

beautiful girl?" 
Carolyn: "I look awhile; then I lay the mirror down." 



WELLS STOCKYARD 

Wallace, North Carolina 



WALLACE 
WHOLESALE COMPANY 

Groceries -Feeds 
Wallace, North Carolina 



SHER-LYNN SHOPPE 

131 North Front 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



TASTY PIG GRILL 

HOT DOGS-BAR-B-Q 

Paul Shepard, Owner 
Rocky Point, North Carolina 



SAFFO'S RESTAURANT 

249 North Front 
Place to eat and enjoy 

Wilmington, North Carolina 




HARRELL 
SINCLAIR SERVICE 

Goodyear Tires-Delco Batteries 
Phone Cl-690 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



BURGAW FLOWER 
AND GIFT SHOP 

Catering to Weddings 
Receptions and Parties 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



BURGAW MILLING CO. 

Nutrena Feeds 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



FINKLESTEIN 
MUSIC COMPANY 

Charles Finklestein and Son 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



CAROLINA MILLWORK 
COMPANY 

Sash-Doors -Blinds 

731 S. 17 Ro 3-2463 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



RAMSEUR CLOTH SHOP 

573 Castle Hayne Road 
Ro 2-6214 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



CRAWFORD'S 
FASHION CENTER 

Women's Apparel 

125 N. Front Ro 2-7422 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Mrs. Humphrey: "Be sure to wash your arms before you 

put on a clean shirt." 
Jennings: "For long or short sleeves ?" 



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LANGSTON MOTOR SALE 



Guaranteed Used Cars 

E. F. Langston, Mgr. 

More Gas For Less 

SERVICE WHEN 
YOU NEED IT 

Rocky Point, North Carolina 



| SAVINGS ] 



Compliments o/ 




FIRST CITIZENS 
BANK & TRUST CO 

Member of F. D. I. C. 
"Save Today for Your Future Tomorrow" 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



Mary Ann: "Whenever I'm down in the dumps, I get myself 

a new hat." 
Frances: "I've often wondered where you got them." 



PEARSALL'S SELF SERVICE 

Groceries - Dry Goods 

Rocky Point, North Carolina 



WESTERN AUTO SALES 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



E. BROOK'S DEPT. STORE 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



ROCHELLE 
FURNITURE CO. 

Zenith - General Electric 
Kelvinator 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



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FUTCH'S ESSO SERVICE 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



JOHNSON'S 
SUPERMARKET 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



C. F. DAVIS HARDWARE 

Farmers' Center 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



YATES ELECTRIC 
& PLUMBING CO. 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



BURGAW SHOE SERVICE 

Complete Shoe Repair Service 
Boy Scout & Army Surplus 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



MILDRED'S BEAUTY SHOP 

Revlon Beauty Aids 
Complete Beauty Service 

Burgaw, North Carolina 



WILLIAMS LUMBER COMPANY 

Buyers of Timberlands 

Phone CL 9-2573 
Burgaw, North Carolina 



Some people can remember when no lipsticks were kissproof but most girls were. 



FAIRCLOTHS OYSTER ROAST 

Delicious Seafoods Reasonable Prices 

Located at Wrightsville Sound Causeway 

Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina 



CHEVROLET 



HOLLAND MOTOR COMPANY 



Your Chevrolet Dealer 



Burgaw, North Carolina 



MACS AUTO PARTS 

Wholesale Automotive Parts 

Parts For Every Car 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



CORBETT LUMBER CORP. 

Buyers Of 

Pine, Cypress, Hardwood Logs and Standing Timber 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Bobby: "Last night I dreamed I died." 
Detrea: "And the heat woke you up." 



W.S. WOODCOCK DISTRIBUTOR 

Godwin Oil Company Products 

Tires - Batteries - Accessories 

Telephone - CL 9-4135 
Burgaw, North Carolina 




TYPEWRITER INSPECTION CO. 

Serving The Carolinas For Over 30 Years 

R.C. Allen Business Machines 

- Convenient Terms - 

5TH & Gre^.Jield Sts. 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



ORRELL FARM EQUIPMENT CO. 

Ford Tractors 

Serving The Farmer 

816 North Third Street 

Phone RO 2-0491, Wilmington, North Carolina 



CROSS SEED COMPANY 



Quality Seeds - Garden and Lawn Tools 



Dial RO 2-6868 



Wilmington, North Carolina 



"I told you not to worry about your son eating mud pies," 

said the psychiatrist. 
"I'm not convinced. And neither is his wife." 



BURGAW MEAT 


PACKING COMPANY 


Hogs butchered-Storage space 
Fresh sausage-Liver pudding 


Merle Clark - owner 


Burgaw, 


North Carolina 



OUR BOOSTERS 
DAVID JACOBI SUPPLY COMPANY-WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

GURR JEWELERS-WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY-WALLACE 



BEST WISHES 



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